Gooding High School - Toponis Yearbook (Gooding, IN)

 - Class of 1959

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' 165555552533S3S5E5555553555525S5S5E?E5E5E5E?' ? .xg 4.4Q2:2:2:2:2:f:5:5:f:5:5:5:2:2:f:f:?:!:1:1:!:' ? . ' 55:22:212:2:f:2:2:f:2:f:2:2:2:5:f25E2S2?2?' I ' , L ' J - 1 K f QU QW X " ' 2' um. ...R FOREWORD The year of 1958 1959 wlll leave each of us many memorles Your Annual Staff hopes that these rnemorles w1ll be bnghter and last longer wlth the help of IhlS book G H S stands for sportsmanslup sp1r1t courteousness and scholasuc acluevements We know that 11115 year has been an outstandmg one 1n all these thmgs To capture all of the fun and laughter of a school year 1n one small book IS 1mposs1ble but we hope that every page w1l1 hold somethmg spe c1a1 for you , '- 4 A A . ,. , , " " , lv" A ' ' f l . . I -' ' 1 . . ' ' - ,, , ,,, - xi . ' . A .-- ' l D . , fi' X , -'A . H ,, A' A . 4 Z ' a - ,. - A . . x N K' M042 y I H4-if 'fr-'f DEDICATION Thls edmon of the Topoms IS ded1cated to Mr Dee Keller We feel that every student ln G H S looks up to Mr Keller both as asuperm tendent and a frlend HIS cheerful smlle and fnendly way w1l1 be another cherlshed memory to all who know him. AD MINIS MR. ELMER D. EDDINGTON Principal MRS, DORIS GIBBONS Secretary to Principal TRATION ' MR DEE KELLER Supermtendent FRANCIS GUINN D1str1ct Clerk MRS, CAMILLE BLEAZARD Degree: B. A. Hobby: Sewing, Cooking Subjects: Math, General Science MR, LESTER DIEHL Degree: B. S . Hobby: Sports Subjects: Agriculture MR. DEL BLEAZARD Degree: B,A. Hobby: Hunting, Fishing Subjects: Bookkeeping, General Business FAC MR. DON HALL Degree: M. Ed. Hobby: Golf, Hunting Subjects: Band, Music Science 'Ni , N U1 . g 1. J A q x ,. Q A '-f ft A I . 1 , I, by A -f A I if 'ilu f r I by r f a' ,f 1 - . U fr 1 , Hff' iw! H b' M 7 'Y R pw S qty, KQLJ ' A U N A 'L rf, flora? 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Hobby: Golf, Gardening Subjects: Shop, Algebra, World History, World Physics MRS, ELMINA MORRIS Geography MISS YVONNE STROUP N' xr' ' 9' 'as 'sf 52 ff -is rf 3 3 x,...v Degree: B.S. Degree: A.B. - 4,,,,,r Hibby: Music, Sports Subjects: General Math, Biology Hobby: Birdwatching Subjects: Library, Spanish MRS, JEAN STUART Degree: B.S. Hobby: Golf, Swimming Subjects: English, Senator "l STUDENT COUNCIL Kay Quane Gerald Loomis Margie Martin Gary Hill Marilyn Myers Dennis Maughan Linda Kay Osborne Larry Simonton Terry Hopkins Annie Lou Graves Shirley Lewis Samme Savage Ray Gibbons Vern France Leland Gibbons Nick Buak Jim Moyer 1 Q JF X ' o SENIORS SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to Rlght V1ce President Gene Fredrrckson Presldent Ray Grbbons Treasurer Helen Ruegge Sec retary Mary Fern Patterson SCOTT M ANDERSON S cotty w atly Football 1 3 Boys State F A Presrdent 4 F State Conventron 2 3 F F A Judgmg 2 3 4 JUDY BEERLY Jude Pep Club 1 4 Twtrlmg 1 2 3 4 Exchange Assembhes 3 4 Busmess Club 3 Drs U'1CI Festrval 1 2 4 Grrls League Trl State 3 4 Tal ent Show 3 4 Secretary Treasurer 1 Vrce Presrdent 2 Grrls League V1ce Presr dent 3 Presldent 4 CONRAD BECKER Comme Chorus 1 R1fle Club Secretary Treasurer 4 GARY BEHUN IN Lucky Rrdmg Club 1 Camera Club 2 Skt Club 3 Football 3 MARILYN BRAGA "Coffee" Chorus 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 3g District Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4. GAYLA CARRICO "Gay-Gay" Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Ski Club 2 4 Secretary 4 Drill Master 4 ROMA LYNN CRANNEY Wyma Band 1 State Festival 1 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Riding Club 2 3 4 Vice President 3 Pep Club Secretary 3 Business Club 2 3 4 G Club Oueen2 Girls League Re itsentative 2 4 Drill Mas ter 2 DONNA DANIEL Kady Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Business Club 3 4 Rldlnff Club 2 3 4 President 4 Drill Leader 3 4 Chorus 1 MARVEL EDHOLM Merv PcpClub 1 2 3 1 Business Club 3 Riding Club 3 4 Vice President 3 Presi dent 4 Harvest Ball Oueen 3 Band 1 2 State Festival 1 District Festiv 11 1 2 lr are DON ITA BURTON "Button" Cheerleader 1, 2, 4g Band 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3, 4g District Festival 1, 2, 3, 43 State Festival 1,33 Bus- iness Club 3. HAROLD G, CHOATE "Beard" AllSchool Play 2,45 Junior Play 3- Rifle Club 1- Chor- us 1 2 3 State Festival Clinic 2 Riding Club 3 Drama Club 3 G Club 3 4 Sports Manager 2 3 LA VON CUNNINGHAM Von F F A 1 2 3 4 Treasurer 4 State Farmer Transferr ed from Burley 1 Riding Club 3 4 MARGARET DUNHAM M gg e Band 1 2 3 4 Clinic Band 1 2 3 4 Music Festival 1 24 FHA 1 Rifle lub 1 2 3 4 Secretary3 State Band 3 Pep Club 1 GENE EGELER E88 Band 1 Rifle Club 2 3 4 MARILYN EICHELBERG 'Tiny Senator Staff 4g Pep Club 1-4- Spanish Club 2' Chor- us 1 3 4- Twirung 1 2- Pep Club 1-41 Girls Lea- gue Treasurer 2- State Fes- tival 1- Tri-State Con. 2- Drrll Master 3 4 MIKE GARDNER Mlke Basketball 1 2 Baseball 1 2 All School Play 4 F F A 1 2 Transferred from Hagerman ANNIE LOU GRAVES Cotton Student Councll Band 1 4 Student Body Secretary 4 Band Secretary 1 4 State Fest1val 1 3 Glrls League Secretary 3 Rldmg Club 2 3 Grrls State 3 Busmess Club 2 Best Foot Forward 4 SHERMAN HIGLEY Re Chorusl F F A 1 4 Foot ball 1 Basketball 1 IUANITA HOAG GENE FRE DERICKSEN Fredie' Basketball l-4- Track 1-4- Club 2-4- F.F.A. - Secretary 25 State Con, 1- 4- National F,F,,A. Conn Drama Club 4- All School Play4- Boys State 3 Vice- Presldent 4 RAY GIBBONS Glbb Band 1 4 Basketball Football 1 4 G Club 2 Boys State 3 State and D1str1ct Muslc Festrval MUSIC Cltnlc 3 4 ALTA HENRY Punkln Chorus 1 2 Musrc Festrval 1 2 Trl State 3 Talent Show 3 4 Busmess Club 3 4 Pep Club 1 4 RONALD HILL Ron Basketball 1 4 Track 1 4 Football 1 4 Class Presl dent3 G Club Presrdent 4 G Club 2 4 Student Coun c CAROL l-IOODENPYLE Kayo Pep Club 1 3 4 Busrness Club Treasurer 3 Presrdent 4 FHA 123Span1sh Club 2 Jumor Prom 3 Chorus 1 STEVE HOWARD Stevie Band4 Chorus 1 Ski Club 2 Junior Class Play Clin ic Music Festival 2 NEWELL JONES Buck A 2 MARY ANN LEHMA NN Inky Pe Club 1 2 3 4 Busi ness Club 3 4 F Senator 4. WALTER LOCKE Walt Class Treasurer lg All School Play 2,4g Junior Play 3g Chorus 1, 2, 3, Dra- ma Club 3, State Choir 3, Boys' State 3, Rifle Club 2, Ski Club 3, 4, Annual Editor 4, MONA LUTHER JUDY IERREAD Jude Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Drill Master 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Music Festival 1 2 3 4 Junior Class Play Business Club 4 Clinic Choir JOE LEGUINECHE 'OC A 2 SHIRLEY JOY LEWIS Squirrely C orus 1 F H A 1 2 3 Business Club 2 3 4 Jun ior Class Treasurer- S.B. Treasurer 4. GERALD LOOMIS JANET LOW "Hi Low" Twirling 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3,4g Girls' League Repre- sentative lg State Festival 3g Business Club 3, Home- coming Queen 4. DARLENE MAE MARQUARDT "Brownie" F,H.A. 1-45 Chorus 15 F, H, A. Secretary 35 Spanish 35 Business Club 3,45 Jun- ior Class Play 35 Spanish Club 2. MARTHA MICHALS "Marty" Chorus 15 Business Club 3 4g Junior Class Play 3, LOLA A MITCHELL Little Lulu ChoruS14 FHA 12 SHIRLEY MAE MONSON Munse Transferred from Blackfoot Pep Club 3 JIM MOYER Satchel Class President 1 F F A Treasurer 2 Student Body Body President 4 F F A Club 3 4 Riding Clu 2 4 Ski Club 3 4 District Music Festival 1 2 State Festival 1 Talent Show 2 4 All School Play 2 4 Boys State 3 Basket ball 1 4 Football 1 MARY MARTIN ..Marty.. Chorus 1-45 Band 45 Rifle Club 15 Pep Club 2-45 Girls' State 35 Talent Show 1-45 State Music Festival 1-45 District Festival 1, 2. MARCIA MILLER "Marcia" Transferred from Glenns Ferry5 F.H. A, 45 Business Club Vice-President 4. LULA J MITCHELL Lulu FHA 14 Chorus14 RONALD MORRIS Ron Football 1 4 Basketball Managerl 3 G Club 2 4 Chorus 1 F F A Secre tary 3 State Music Festr val 1 G Club Vice Presr dent 4 JIM MC GH EE Handsome Football 2 4 Basketball 2 Track 1 4 Junior Class Play 3 ski Club 3 4 ski Club Pres1dent4 Rifle Club 2 3 Drama Club 3 Band : ' - '- lv u 8 Vice-President 35 Student 1,25 G . J ' ' - .' 1 ' b - 1 ' . : 5 . ' . - ' 5 5 1. GARY MC LAUGHLIN Mac Band 1 4 Chorus 1 4 Skr Club 3 4 Band Pres1dent 4 DISITICI Festlval 1 State Fesuval 1 4 F H A LOAH NELSON Mart Pep Club 1 2 Buslness Club 2 4 Chorus 1 4 All School Play 4 Chorus 1 n1c 1 3 Spamsh Club 1 3 Drama Club 2 DAVID NOURSE E Skt Club Track Transferr ed from Helper Utah MARY FERN PATTERSON Frown Pep Club 1 4 Junlor Class V1ce Pres1dent3 Twrrlmg S 1 C ub 3 4 School Play 4 Jumor Class Play 3 Bus1ness Club 3 4 Senlor Class Secretary 4 D1str1ct Festlval 4 Student Councrl CAROLYN PHILLIPS Reddy Transferred from Farrfleld Idaho Pep Club 3 4 F H A 2 3 BUSINESS Club 4 Chorus 2 JERALDINE NELSON efl Pep Club l 4 Senator Staff 4 Talent Show 4 Buslness Club 3 4 Band l 2 LYNDA NEILSON L Pep Club 1 3 4 Thesprans 1 Drama Club 2 Sp8.Il1Sh Club 2 3 Busrness Club 3 R1d1ng Club 2 4 Chorus 1 State Muslc Festrval 1 Rldmg Club Secretary Trea surer 3 All School Play 4 Senator Annual4 RONALD N PARKER Curly PHYLLIS PATTERSON Phl Chorus 2 3 Class Presldent 3 Class Secretary 3 Paper Annual Staffs 3 Cheerlea der 1 Gxrls Stater3 un ror Play3 Transferred from Carey Idaho MAX PETERSON Pete Football 2 Rldrng Club 2 Skl Club 4 Band 1 3 DENNIS PIKE "Denny" Football 1, 2, 3,45 Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, F,F,A, 1,2, 3,4. GENE REED Blue' . . . , , - State Farmer 3- Vice-President 4- Riding Club 3- Math Club 3. BEVERLY ROYSE CV Pep Club 1 2 Chorus JANICE SASS ER Sasserfrass Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Presl nt 4 Band 1 2 Vice President 3 4 Busi ness Club Secretary 3 All School Play 4 Junior Play 3 Music Festivals 1 2 4 SAMME ANN SAVAGE Sam Chorus 1 2 3 4 Pep Club l Z 3 4 V1ce President 3 State Choir 3 Music Festival 1 2 3 4 Student Council 4 Senator Editor 4 +0 'W KAY QUANE HK.. Class Vice-President 1, Student Council 1,45 Transferred from Minico 3, G Club Queen 3, Annual Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Editor 4g Pep Club 3,4, Pep Club Representative 35 Drama Club 3, DONNA REYNOLDS 'Blondie Band 1-4- Pep Club 4- Pep 3: F H.A. 1-4 H. A. Secretary 2. HELEN RUEGGE Rugsey Pep Club 1 2 4 Band 1 BUSIHSSS Club 3 4 V1ce President 3 Class Trea surer 4 ROBERT S ARTOR Skip Football l 2 3 Track 3 Rifle Club 1 Camera Club 2 G Club 3 4 O12 ANN SEVERA NCE Ann Choms 1 Band 1 2 Dis trict Music Festival 1 2 Business Club 3 4 Spanish Club 2 3 Vice President VERA SHELDON " Contrary Kid" Chorus 1-45 Pep Club 35 Transferred from Shoshone Idaho. DOROTHY STEPHENS Dot Senator 4 Chorus 1 Busi ness Club 4 RAY WEAVER Luck F F A 2 3 Riding Club 2 3 Rifle Club 1 Skl Club NADINE WILKINS Dene Chorusl2 FHA 14 Riding Club3 4 A1lSchool Play 4 JUDY WYLIE Willy Chorus 1 4 Rifle Club 1 2 Pep Club 1 3 Trans ferred from Wendell Ida ho WAYNE SKIDMORE "Skid" Band 1-45 Chorus 3,45 Ri fle Club lg District Festi val 1,39 State Festival 1 3. KAREN WAYMENT Karen Pep Club 1 Chorus 2 Busl ness Club Secretary 4 JERRY WESTENDORF er Football 1 2 3 4 Basket 1 2 3 Track 1 Class Secretary Treasurer A Secretary 4 State Far mer 3 All School Play 4 LENORA WRIGHT 131116 F H A 1 4 PepClub1 2 Spanlsh Club 3 Busr ness Club 3 4 Girls Lea gue Representative EUGENE HOOD Tom Ban 14 G Club 34 Football 1 4 Rifle Club 1 4 District Music Festi val 1 4 RAY ROGERS CLARENCE MINK "Ray- "Tyke" Football 1-45 F,F. A. 1-4 Basketball 25 Track 23 F F,A. State Con. 3, F.F E.F.A. 1-45 Riding Club 3-45 F.F.A. Treasurer 3g Chorus lg Boys' State 3, ed from Shoshone, Idaho 1 No thrs rsn r reform school Just the class of 59 rn therr younger days A. Treasurer 45 Transferr- IUNIORS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS, Left to Right: President, Vern Franceg Treasurer, Rauna Andersong Vice -President, Jeanne Hanseng Secretary, Dennie Colter. Ronnie Brooks LeRoy Brown John Byran Ronnie Byram Judy Carrico Bob Celaya A . Connie Deahl Cecilia Dean Hyrum Diile Kay Dille Selma Emerson Vern France Rauna Anderson Frank Astorquia Joan Astorquia Diane Baldwin Barbara Barton Preston Bell A . .. m f of V: '7 , . ' . is z Q ' fig 'M :J Q :D x rm J aan fs. ' Jim Cheney Francis Chigbrow Ruanne Church Jim Cobble Denny Colter Danny Dains fr Floyd Hammons Deloref Hansen Jenenne Hansen Tom Hart Eva May Hayes Ray Helderman K Karyl Lambeth Pat Leese Bob Lehman Karen Lemke Carmen Maestas Dlck Maestas Joe Morgan Howard Nelson Pat Prather Sherral Ourggle Carol Renner Elame Severe Kay Gavrn Don Gay Norma Gentry Kathleen Gorcoechea Gary Gold Charles Hammer '1 Rena Helderman Drck Henry Gary H111 Terry Hopkrns Shrrley Hoskrns Garl Jones Margre Marun Janet Maude Roger Maxwell Karen Mclntyre Nellre Montgomery Albert Moody Roberta Story Deanna Trosper Barbara Tyler DIXIE Wells LeAnn Woodbury John Ybarguen Nancy S1m1s Dlck Srmonton Janre Shman Georgia Sommerville V1ck1 Stanley hm Strege SOP!-IOMORES SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right President, Leland Gibbous Secretarx Ardirh Frees Treasurer Gayle Neilsong Vice- President Roy Dixon - , Q -i .L Joyce Adams Bessie Arriaga Susie Astorquia Jim Berry Sharon Blackmer Dale Blackburn Bill Bolton Bonnie Bomstead Marilyn Brooks Lyndell Carrico Rex Cheney Sharon Choate Reed Condie Phillip Cranny Jeanne Critchley Kathy Day Barbara Davis Kay Deahl Sharon Dedrick Roy Dixon Ruth Dwyer Cory Eddington Ardith Frees Lyle Gessford Leland Gibbons Nancy Hale Jan Hansen Ann Hardrng Valleta Hardman Doug Hrggrns Vera Hoag Bonnxe Hoskrns Kent Humphnes Ray Lush John Jenluns Dave Kaneaster Doran Khnger Karen Lambeth Joy ce Lane Sandra Laughhn Barb ara Leeper Laurre Lee Robert Lemke Lourse Locke Gary Loom1s Dale Lord Laveta Luther Kathy Lyon Guy Maestas Glorla Masonholder Sandra Massey Dennrs Maughan Betty Mclntyre Marjoue M1ller Jack Morrrs Judy Murray Kerth Myers Marllyn Myers Gayle Nrelson Carmen Leguineche No C' lispsofs l Mary Newman Marilyn Neilson Phyllis Novis Ramona Olague Jeanette Pace Duane Peterson Kenneth Pike Bonnie Reisinger John Renner Edgar Robertson Gaylene Rodden Marie Sliman Donna Smith Valerie Smith Marilyn Walston Linda Warren Joanna Warrington Eunice White Elsie Wright ,,,..-7 :F FRESHMAN FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS Left to Rlght Secretary Patty Astorqura Presrdent Nick Buak Vice Presrdent Chuck SU'1Ck11l'1g Lyrene Adams Stan Anderson Patty Astorqura Carol Bartlome Joy Barton Jack Bauges Marcella Becker John Becker Westford Becker Davrd Bersner Davrd Bennett Leroy Brrd Pat Blackburn Drama Blamrres D1ane Bodenhofer Edd1eBoger ggi Irene Bolten B111 Boyer Nlck Buak Gary Byrrm NH' X 41" 3 1 Edwin Carrlco Lynda Cheney Arlyn Chrlstopherson Boyd Coddington Sharon Condre Linda Culver Lloyd D1l1e Donna Denney Glenda Esterbrook Robbie Fisher Judy Flick Georgia Gonzales Duane Gorcoechea Gene Hanson Kent Hansen Gary Holland Gary Hoyt Doug Jensen Bruce Johnson Frank Johnson 'ff"? XX Joyce Junkert Jack Lane Shara Lawson Benny Leavell Gerry Linely Chrissie Marquardt Mary Lou Marquardt Douglas Maude Carol McKinney Mary Mink Leona Moody Kay Morrison Randy Nelson Mary Osa Linda Diane Osborne Linda Kay Osborne Donna Patterson Jimmy Patterson Barbara Reay Angela Philhps Karen Reynolds Judrth Reynolds Larry Rldley John Ruegge Chrrstrne Savage Alrce Scanlon .hm Sears Robert Severance Mary Severe Gary Shaw sv 'T -Ti 7 'G 'S y-'v tl 'Q So Q "7 X ull' I I K Betty Shlpley Anna Short Larry Slmonton Sue Sorelle Audrey Spaude Mrckey Stanfreld Jewel Story Kay Strtckland Larry Strrckland Chuck Strrckling Don Taylor Anna Mae Torson Joy Torson Douglas Van Houton Saundra Walton Chuck Winnett Terry Woodhead Lester Woods Shlrley Wrtght PERSONALITY M19 if . OUTSTANDING STUDENTS 1 QV ROYALTY Homecoming Queenlanet Low is surrounded by her attendants Donita Burton, and Kay Quane Harvest Ball Queen Mary Fern Patterson grins happily at her attendants Margie Martin, Marilyn Walston, and Patty Astor- guia. G Club Queen Judy Beerly stands with her attendants Barbara Reay, Deanna Trosper, and Gayle Nielson. CLUBS hk', f 8 f? 25-A 'Si 1, gl, r ' 1 1 X553 ff:4,ig,1 A 9, 3 657 'L f f i, W 41 if 1, 'if ss Ki "2 .Aw-W' L' K am., ' v A 3 fif4iavf?f"" '51"'?f'f nk nu! S- JR x +V. if fb if ins G DELORES HANSON Exchange Editor GARY HILL Business Manager LYNDA NEILSON Art Editor SENATOR STAFF ' ' ,sr 3 Sept .Z P- E 5 l -A-:Y x I s SAMME SAVAGE Editor DICK HENRY Assistant Editor MARY ANN LEHMAN Typist TERRY HOPKINS Sports Writer JOE MORGAN Ass't Business Manager NORMA GENTRY Reporter Ph, -Q ,A If v 5' x.-ff, 'fe S ., Q hun, I 'C' Q -QQ' N , ,.. "Ng, Oi - NNN' IERI NELSON DOROTHY S TEPH ENS Feature Writer Reporter 13' 1, MARILYN EICHELBURG Feature Writer ANN SEVERANCE Typist s My , --,tn ng?-I. , f-M f .321 ,, ' WALT ER LOCKE Editor ROBERTA STORY CODY Editor ANNUAL STAFF LYNDA NEILSON RON HILL Business Manager Sports Editor , 'ff pw'-' .. favs 'atm-JOY V A' ia KAY QUANE Assistant Editor HAROLD CHOATE Activity Editor JIM MC GI-IEE DOUG HIGGINS Business Manager Art Editor JAC' MUSIC BAND OFFICERS, Left to Right: Annie Lou Graves, Louise Locke. S ECOND ROW: Jim Berry, Dick Simonton, Gary McLaugh- lin. I This year's Band has been exceptionally good and has won several honors with their playing. DEPARTMENT The Dance Band under the direction of Don Hall is exceptionally fine, And have play- ed for many events during the school year. This year's Chorus is very outstanding and has sung for many fine concerts and festivals 'FYQ 5 5 L E! E NVA. i .KA X . .V Q 2 - 'Q 5 W A L- y, , ,' xl 4 x. X. ' . fx ska k , . ,H-xv , : bv-f' X ' f' ,.. WY, f-.: mlm. al. 1 Sw fb ' ff , W n lxgrg , x X , . c... . F I 'H' . W , 1, J jf, ? S e nf .. my -s ,il gf! CLUB CARNIVAL The G Club Carnxval was a money raxslng proJect for the G Club members It proved to be a great deal of fun for everyone and a good money makmg project too PEP CLUB PEP CLUB OFFICERS: Joan Astorquia Judy Ierread, Jan Sasser, Marilyn Eichel- berg, Sharon Blackmer. SECOND ROW Nancy Slmis, Alice Scanlon, Alta Henry Vicki Stanley, Shara Lawson, and Norma Gentry, The Pep Club adds much spirit to all sports during the school year. 5-rf - Q V. rf w . 4 Y 0? 3. 2 GIRLS LEAGUE Girls League Council represents all the girls in school and its works in their behalf, members are: ROW ONE: Roberta Story, Janie Sliman, Mrs. Miller, Barbara Reisinger and Georgia Gonzales. ROW TWO: Judy Beerly, Eva Hayes, Roma Lynn Cranney, Deanna Trosper, Leonora Wright, and Louise Locke. The Big and Little Sister Party was enjoyed by all the girls. Fo FQAQ F, F, A, OFFICERS: Scott Anderson, LaVon Cunningham Jerry Westendorf, Denny Colter, John Bryan, and Gene Reed Junior-Senior F. F. A. members. Mechanics is one of the various projects the Agriculture members participate in during the year. Freshman-Sophomore F. F. A. F.H.A. Girls who are making a strong preparation for a bright future, Ol1ISI8Ud1Hg students mn bustness classes work together to develop th1s talent SKI CLUB Here are the participants of one of the rnost dangerous and exciting sports. An outstandrng club 15 the Rrfle Club whrch shoots for fun and ID competiuon too RIDING CLUB These are the members of the Rldlng Club one of the most acuve clubs 1n school Offxcers Wlth the advlsers Frank Grove and Glen Maughan Some members of the dull team pracucmg at the local faxr grounds my--it JE' 'W' s'a lffi wql.2...::n.,.. , , , l . . , V k .H w..,.,N, - wma., Tr: f -Wx" ' M.. , n A . .., .W...l 1 , l l-.sfr A-A, , ...:Lf.5-.z,,:- ..,,l...,N..-A "" . 'mi' 'fr ' , wma-mme...-..ns-nm .,.....,-. .....,.. l I . i f f Q gl Y gif' U 5 . Q ggi A . W 4 2ff5fZ5w1f2'T'Q': 1 'ww fi Q P 6 img ' 3,5 x f. 0 4 , is 1, Wk f fk'b."" ' 1 . Q1 A k ,av 1' -V 3" f Q' ig, fv ,m." 4 f. W 5 it Q- ws. ' .5 -s 8 l MA 1 qu? -5-an aan: YKZQ ROY Dixon Dennls Pike Jlm Cheney Ray Insh Gary Loomls Kenne h 1 lukex FOOT A-"" ff Franc1 Chlgbrow Coach Leatham Kenneth Plke Ron H111 Roger Maxwell Leland Glbbons Kent Humphrles -30 pn. tm ,, x Denny Colter 5s '3 ig? Ill' Coach Br1 an Clark 0 0 10 hm Be Hrrachm an Dennrs Maughan rry Ray Glbbons Drck Henry Terry HOPKINS Gary H1 erry Westendorf hm McGhe Ron Moms Doran Klmger MWHSMM NSA Y. -'Sf r 1 T.. f A A x N , A A r - e I I 1 a r 1 y n 3 y s y S X X' 5 ' .-5--.-,-v J 4 M' y n r' r r ,yyr X ykly h A .- 3 ' A ' e y I r ,.,, r W , Y 1 W 1 . H0 B9 r - LQ . L G: D X xv! x X f jay Scanlon Jim Moyer Gerald Loomis 'U x f X, f Doran Klinger Dennis Maughan Den y Colter 6 in 2 , .-.. zf-" 'A ' X W f W I BALI. Jim Strege Ray Gibbons Ron Hill 'gf f I 3 Coach Hirschman , 5.5 c":! .. 'Q l i ' , b , Q xl' 1 7 ' X X J I f Terry Hopkins Howard Nelson Jack Morris LV. FOOTBALL x ' A 314591 - r A A - r A 1 V BASKETBALL 3, 4 Our I V Basketball Team has worked very hard thls year Acnvmzs 5, Februar, X l3nll3l'y fx"1 ff 713 0 5 9 fk 14 15 1 20 11 13 4 25 26 2 2.0 11 1 2 1.9 3' 19 is Q69 CD fa 1 6 16 1 V "-' 1 15 4' L1 zz 13 14 II xx 1? X IZ I3 14 7 38 W 20 21 16 45, 25 26 1,7 23 28 2 9 zmx x'XX X- x D 1 64-X X, - ,Hon JK' rue , A Nm X-fi: V Q. LN.- NANY A Y V' " at X 2 3 , Wed A' ,, TTT YYF91 Az 4 5 "f ' S 'W ' ' V 6 a .u l,lb xx, 1 ' , 1 I0 11 7 uh . -, v Y ' Q 5 1 D kA ' QD 1 'if K 1 2 I X x F 22 ' V A 1 f Z6 I i hhh ,N N . A M ,M-W..Mf-'-N" ' M' h mhyya ,Mi W f 9 rg? , d Thu rl' f , 'x ff 1 'z 4 ,f 0 ,as ' 4 R ,sea 8 9 ,V9e . Y 1 , 9 4 Q! g ' Q 4 1- 49 . Q L if J Xxlx g 1 6 L. A L ' VV m X9 ,, f V I ,A I ,cf Q gs + .. 4 19 , -XA 1 x . X7 'P W, Xxxxxmq , Th" P ri 1 7 FF! 8 9 30 km, I J X fr' , 'ff : Nw! 5 R sr TB gli y x 5 Hn, 5 4 Q ,k R me M. .MSWQW I W M' T' ll 1' 'lx Wav! ba w H5 Q ?L .V',. fs Q L l '24, 8 TWIRLERS f Diane Baldwin Kathy Day 1 Judy Beerly Mary Fern Patterson Janet Low Cookie Frees Norma Gentry GIRLS' AND BOYS' STATERS v T7 Mary Martm and Anme Lou Graves were our dele gates to Grrls State rn Borse m the sprmg of 58 We were luckv to have slx boys from our school attend Boys State at BOISC Iumor College last sprmg 4 i 4 As- , 'F' K" ' v, Q . . " V I 4 gf i . CHRISTMAS PARTY The Annual Chustmas Party was enjoyed by all wlth a v1s1t from Santa Claus and the exchange of g1fIS whlch were later sent to the Ch11dren s Home 1n Bolse SENIOR BALL l w 1 Committee Heads, Donita Burton, Ray Gibbon, and Jim Moyer are shown with their dates. The Class of '59 Senior Ball was held November 14, 1958, in the gym. The theme, "End of The Rain- bow," was carried out by the decorative schemes Wayne Skeem and his orchestra played for a very successful dance. JUNIOR PROM '58 The Class of '59 Junior Prom took place on March 21, 1958, Wayne Skeern and his orchestra provided the music for a large attendance at the dance. The theme was "Stairway to the Stars." Shown are Class Officers, Ronnie Hill and Dixie Hoyt with their dates. IR.-SR. BANQUET The annual Junior-Senior Banquet was enjoyed by all the Juniors and Seniors who attended is ,, Y Q M A as ,:m.if,ak The 17 member cast of "Best Foot Forward. " 1 It tumed out a huge success as is shown by this riot scene. It was a crazy story of measle epidemics and punch- drunk fighters. ALL SCHOOL PLAY IUNIOR CLASS PLAY "Junior Prom, " in the spring of '58 starred 11 mem- bers of the Junior Class. MAINTENANCE The Co op rs a student owned and operated organrzatron and rs the center of noon trme actlvrtres The funds go rnto the student body treasury Shown are Helen Ruegge and Delores Hansen f?U 7, fl Lf cf in f C dffcfa 6 Mfg yfgavj' Mc lt, QL f C9 61 -'Vip f.?x.,C1' 1 , N ff ,,. -"- , If f W Q ,L I fx . ," f 7 f 75 I 7,1 'I 1 M., , , 1 wx ' f A fu C! ,4 ,fy VE A , , If ' F ,, 4, . f 552424-L4 L dy l4,fZ,4'f,4f'g P, -' ,,f ,A f A -- w ' 'Il f , N K f C712 51, ll.: I Ll ' ,J f 'X ' fs f zfwwfv sw N L V! ff' L l IA V , ,J ' , ' ,W .11 ff 1 Bob Bryan, our caretaker, keeps the lawns and our football in good condition year around. The cooks plan menus and cook meals for our high school and junior high students, Mr. Dickson, ourjanitor, keeps the halls and rooms in fine condition during our school year. OFFICE HELP Off1ce Help conststs of those students who asstst varlous teachers 1h routme work "!"l TTI 'T The Ltbrary Help axds students m selectmg books THESE MERCHANTS BACKED US LET'S BACK THEM' ADAMsoN's INC CARRICO G OAKLEY Publlc ACCOuHC1Hg CLARK'S Q CHUCK' T6 V G Appllance Servlce CLEMONS FEED STORE EVERGREEN MOTEL Free Radlo G Steam Heat FRED N LOCKE Insurance of all klnds GOODING ELECTRIC BAKERY GOODING LEADER GOODING PAINT G BODY SHOP 118 3rd Ave East HARBAUGH MOTOR COMPANY Sales G Servlce Dodge G Plymouth Slmca Imported Cars IDAHO POWER COMPANY A C1t1zen Wherever lt Serves IDAHO GAS COMPANY 213 Maln Street J C PAINTER COMPANY I G A FOOD STORE Fancy G Staple Grocerles LEWIS AUTO PARTS Sportlng Goods Auto Parts LINCOLN INN Good Rooms G Servlce NORBY APPLIANCE COMPANY Chore Boy Mllklng Equlpment Household Appllances O K RUBBER WELDERS PASTIME CIGAR STORE SCHOTTEGER'S WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY SAV MOR DRUG STORE School Supplles Lunches TRIANGLE HEATING G PLUMBING Everythlng ln Plumblng U S CAFE F1ne Foods G Servlce WESTERN WAREHOUSE Beans, Fert1l1zer, Coal Graln, Feed G Seed WAGNERS INC I H C Tractors, Implements, G Parts SCHMITT 5 MUFFLEY Real Estate JEROME COOPERATIVE CREAMERY S ' . 3 9 Gifts, 5 Prescriptions . . , - - - ADVERTISEMENTS - - - , GUUUI U D' X117 'fm- 'Ns is Doug Jensen, Keith Morrison, and Stan Anderson are buying gas for Doug's car at the GOODING SUP- PLY COMPANY. Roy Dixon, Gary McLaughlin, and Kent Humphries are examining ski equipment at the GOODING HARDWARE. .45 ' i f' , , '5- Susie Sorrelle, Georgia Gonzales, and Jewel Story are trying to find some shoes for Jewel at the GOODING MERCANTILE, ,,,....a--" i 5 A24 Barry Thompson, Phillip Cranney, and John Renner look over the 1959 Ford at VAN HOUTEN MOTOR COMPANY. - AK' Lu-1" .4 . gl, A 1 - an f rw X x. Xie- X X Al? X 51601 X I'p ' 'sim , H35 if ' 5 . I 142' 4 .. '-u 4 K - . ' , I fs 'is .x. 4 . ,' Lv f , 1 X' -rv. . HI a v I X . 5 1 J Q...- . -Qi- I '-bn , , ag.. ' 'l I I I 'C . 2 J -ffm, W""?"4-r-s JM' I 'r A, I' , v. Lew- A , ,X 14,1 Dorothy Stephens and Maryann Lehman give Marilyn Eichelberg their opinions of the dress she picked out at TINGWALLS. x Louise Locke is getting an impromptu lesson in hair-cutting at the WEST END BEAUTY SALON. Having her hair cut is Marie Sliman, an E : fvr f WT' This is an example of the beautiful furniture at THOMPSONS FURNITURE STORE. Sas Noon hour IS a busy time at the DAIRY-N. 40 vj"'1 Donna Daniel Mlke Gardener and Scott Anderson are looking at watches at PRINCE JEWELRY n i ,H An outstanding insurance agency is the CHRISTY CHRISTIANSEN AGENCY. ia, .N A Robert Lemke is looking at insecticide while Guy inspects the tag on a sack of seed at the GOODING SEED COMPANY. In the background, looking at the selection of garden seeds, is Kent Thompson. At the GOODING TOGGERY, Mr. I-Iendricksen is showing a sport jacket to Don Gay and Leland Gibbons. 1---H... . IV7 1,15 J ---'gb al' "' x Q , as J -J ' 3 aff. Q V 8 X 1 .fW 1 -v-.... 21" ,f Q... sm Q R -w-, I H-.... 4 ' --.- 5 theV A THOMPSON TRUCKING COMPANY 9 1 V Our basketball team is shown boarding a bus from ai X ,,4""'A'Hw f-Qwwvw' 1, .W Doug Higgins fcentery is showing some shirts and . Larry Simonton and Duane Goicoechea Eire checking sweaters to Skip Sartor and Benny Leavell at the lllmbef D1'iCSS at the HOME LUMBER AND COAL IDAHO DEPARTMENT STORE. N COMPANY. L CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '59 From the Following Twin Falls Merchants: ANDERSON LUM ER CO. CLAUDE BROWN MUSIC G FURNITURE CO H.F. BLAKE MOBIL DISTRIBUTOR BOONE LAND TITLE CO. CHRIS-LINE ORIGINALS CITY DRUG COLONIAL MOTEL D 6 W SALES DIAMOND HARDWARE DOSS' CLEANERS ELECTRIC PUMP G EQUIPMENT CO. FACTORY RADIO TV CENTER FIRESTONE STORES GLOBE SEED G FEED CO. HAYES FURNITURE HOOSIER FURNITURE HUDSON'S SHOE STORE IDAHO DEPARTMENT STORE IDAHO HIDE G TALLOW CO. KTFI DEAN KENDRICK OIL, INC. KINGSBURY PHARMACY KRENGEL'S MACHINE SHOP JAY MERRIL FARM R'S INSURANCE J. J. NEWBERRY CO. NORTHWEST LIVESTOCK SUPPLY RELIANCE CREDIT CORP. REESE MOTOR CO. RISER-CAIN'S ROPER'S RUNNING'S, INC. JOE SALISBURY'S INSURANCE AGENCY SCOTT'S CAFE SEARS SIMTLOT SOILBUILDERS SUM ER SAND G GRAVEL CO. SWEETBRIAR SHOP SWEET'S FURNITURE SWIFT G CO. STEIN-MC MURRAY-ANDERSON, INC. STREVELL-PATTERSON FINANCE TIM S NEWS TWIN FALLS CLINIC TWIN FALLS TITLE G TRUST CO. TWIN FALLS AUTO PARTS, INC. 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