Murtaugh High School - Murtonian Yearbook (Murtaugh, ID)
- Class of 1946
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The Associated Student Body
lmrtaugh High School
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we the students of Murtaugh.IEgh School wish
to dedicate this annual to our new superintendent,
E. H. Ragland, who though handicapped by joining
us in midterm, has given his unceasing efforts for
the betterment of our school. He has been espe-
cially helpful tq the editors of this publication,
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
This page is devoted to the worthy cause of making
favorable comment on and about our board of education.
It is against our schoolboy instincts to do so,
however the most valued praise is often grudsingly given.
These gentlemen have been chosen to protect the
taxpayers' pocketbooks and keep an eye on the mental
growth Cif anyb of the students. A matter of dollars
and sense no less.
But the Student Body is most grateful to our present
board for their every effort in our behalf and we say to
members of the board at the present time include:
F. V. Morrison---Clerk
Glenn A. Bessire Shirley L. Pickett
David G. Moyes Hubert A. Syverson
One rather unusual characteristic of our faculty this vear was
variety. All teachers of the High School and Junior High School were
either not employed at the start of the year or were forced to miss
school by illness or some other reason, Csuch as Mr. Walker's potato
cropl. The teaching staff includes:
SUPT. E. H. RAGLAND: M . Ragland attended Albion State Normal,
graduated from Southwest Mo. State Teachers' College, Springfield, Mo.,
and has extension work from the University of Idaho. He replaced
M . C. G. Busby who resigned Jan. 7 th. In addition to administrative
duties, he taught B ology, Sth. History, and Physics for a time.
M . G. H. GALLOWAY: Taught Algebra I and II, Gen. Science, Trigon-
ometry, Physics and World Geography. He received his education at
Albion State Normal and Utah State Agricultural College. He had been
recently discharged from the Army Air Force when he was engaged soon
after the opening of the school term.
MISS VIVIAN BARTON: Miss Barton was educated at Brigham Young
University and the University of Utah, also attended McCune School of
Music at Ogden. She taught last year at Lava. She has quite a heavy
teaching schedule. Rvervday she wades through English I, II, and III,
U. S. History, Speech, Band and Art.
MRS. ESTER BLEI: Yrs. Blei attended Albion State Normal and Twin
Falls Business University. She is also an experienced scretary. She
commenced teaching in the high school at the be inning of the second
semester. She replaced Miss Nancy Pilchard who resigned to continue her
education. She teaches Typing I and II, bookkeeping, and shorthand.
MR. MERRIL GALKER: Mr. Walker is another Albion Normal graduate.
Mr. Walker taught part-time last year in our Junior High. This year
he handles the eighth grade and High School boys' athletics.
MRS. MFRRIL WALKER: M s. Walker also taught in our Junior High last
year. This year she teaches both the fifth and sixth grades. She is a
graduate of Albion State Normal.
MRS. MAXINE BREWINGTON: Mrs. Brewinfton taught in Lava last year.
She has the seventh grade and also coaches the high school girl's
athletics. She deserves special mention in the latter in as much as she
had made a very creditable showing with a IOOM inexperienced group.
She is a graduate of Albion State Normal
Mr . Ragland
Mr . Galloway
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STUDENT COUNCIL I
Front Row L to R
Back Row L to R
This year our student councils for both semesters were very suc-
cessful. Platforms for both parties were carried out as far as pos-
sible. we believe our greatest achievement has been the purchase of
Bell and Howe sound projector. with this projector much can be done
toward m re and better assemblies.
The High School Student Councils for 197.15 and 'h6 were as follows
Burl Egber President----Jack Fuller
Russell Blackburn-----Vice Pres.----Aileen Barkes
Leota Willhite---- ----- Secretary1----Nancy Halbert
June Peterson--------Treesurer-----Frances Hill
Phil Johnson-------Adv. Man.--Cecil Adamson
Nike Stastny--------Senior Pres.---Kenneth Briggs
Veeta Ward-----------Junior Pres.---Dick Tblman
Mary Lee Barton------Sophomore Pres.-Arlene Hoffman
Clifford Perkins------Freshman Pres.--Norma Hill
Kenneth B iggs-------M-Clu Dick Tblman
Barabara Littlefield-----Pep Club-----Frances Hill
Seniors 1 1 s 1 1 M . Galloway
Juniors 11 1 1 --11 1111- 11 111--1111s1 Miss Barton
Sophomores 1 1 111 1 1 1 1 Mrs. Blei
Freshmen 11 - 11 11111111 1 1 111 1 1M . Ragland
During th year the Student Council has sponsored two very suc-
cessful parties, one on Halloween and the other on the last day of
school. Most of the High School attended both parties and a good
time was had by all.
The student body officers directed the school assembly program.
We think the annual staff this year was one of the best the
Vurtonian has had for years. However we may be a little predjudice.
Here we go bragging about ourselves, but, if you don't believe
us Just read on and see who did make up this great staff.
Editor fee - 1-a-s 1W -
a-Kenneth Briggs CSeniorJ
Assistant Edito -- ---- ---Aileen Barkes CSeniorl
Sports Editorzs--ssii-S-:ss-1-see-ia-Frank Morrison CJuniorJ
Assistant Sport Editor----------Arlene Hoffman CSophomoreD
Art Editorisaa ages-fi---+ Cecil Adamson CFreshmanj
Assistant Business Manager
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-------Bob Daniels CJuniorj
Snap Shot Editor---------------
Burl Egbert CSeniorj
sss -Mary Lou Turner CJuniorJ
Staff Typistzaf---fa-af -----1 s--L--'eFrances Hill CJuniorj
Senior Editor------------- ---- --Anonymous QSeniorD
Junior Editor"a1:-s - ----
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Sophomore Editor-------- ---- ----
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Oril Tblman CSophomorej
Barabara Baker CFreshmanj
Hal Walker CJuniorJ
Phil Johnson Cvreshman
Mrs. Blei and Mr. Ragland
Special Mention must be made of our business managers who's fine
work enabled us to finance a better type annual.
The editor did not write this page. He had a stool pidgeon do it
In a Spirit of Sincere
cflppreciation and 'Pride
in the Schools and School Systems
and Activities of our Famous
South Central Idaho
Wishing the S
Class of '46 '-
A Happy Future
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HISTORY OF YE SENIOR CLASS
In the month of September in The Year of our Lord, Nineteen hund-
red and forty two, the annual crop of freshmen entered Murtaugh High
School. This class was much like all other Freshmen classes in as much
as they gained the reputation of being the stupidest and wildest on
record. The upper classmen even accused them of intemperate habits.
The boys all surprised themselves by surviving the football season.
Some doubts had been aroused when Burl opened his mouth and someone
put their foot in it. Thats how dentists make their living.
The freshmen ran the funhouse at the carnival. we didn't make much
money but boy did we have fun.
Our class presidents for the two semesters were Pauline Walker and
Burl Egbert. we started with 23 members, during the year we lost Betty
Earl, 'Ihea Egbert and Cremporarlyj Lloyd Davis Jr. June Peterson join-
At the start of the Sophomore year we were depleted to fifteen in
number. Delbert Thompson, Art Kockerhans, Truman Blie and Russell Buker
had either moved or been driven away. Painful memories of our own in-
itiation were eased by the delight of turning tormentor. 'me main
pastime that year was anoying our English teacher M ss Hart. we learned
a good deal about aeronautics, inventing about six new types of paper
aircraft during English class. Junior Davis, back for a short stay,
sometimes mystefied our teacher and part of the class by blowing smoke
rings out of the inkwell in his desk.
New members arriving that year were Barbara Littlefield and Helen
Whitaker. Lulu Reed dropped school and Lou Ann Lincoln moved back to
Texas. The boys didn't m ss Lou Ann so much. They finely agreed that
there was no object in committing mass suicide. Class presidents were
lhrk Arstein and Jim Perkins.
we walked into our Junior year with the swager allowed that class
though there were but ten survivors. Over the vacation Rosemary Rees
and Helen Whitaker had transferred to Twin Falls and Burl Egbert to
Burley. we had acquired two new members, Frances Cole and Norma Lee
we reigned supreme over the carnival securing for our-selves t e
rich loot of the Bingo concession. With generous amounts of blood,
sweat and tears we blew our earnings on our Junior Prom. Presidents
that year were Frances Cole and Barbara Littlefield.
Another vacation and at last emerged the majestic senior class.
There were but nine. Jim Perkins was in Twin Falls, Frances Cole in
Kansas, and Bill Snow in the Navy. Burl Egbert was back from Burley.
Our new member was Aileen Barkes from Longview Washington.
we set about to put the polish to our education and to impress the
unimpressed Juniors. we were destracted by the loss in quick succession
of Berna Egbert, June Peterson, and Norma Lee Taylor. They left us
for California, Jerome, and matrinony respectively. Barbara Little-
field completed her work and did not attend school the last semester.
But the valient six carried on. Carnival, Senior Play, Pie Social and
Senior Ball were but trifules to them as they stood on the threshold of
graduation and the selective service. Presidents for the final year
were Mike Stastny and Kenneth Briggs.
SENIOR ROGUES GALLARY
Be it here by recorded the official deeds of the members of the
Senior Class, Murtaugh High School, A.D. l9h6.
ARSTEIN, MARK--Class president23 Basketball l,2,3,h. Football l,2,3.
Baseball 2,3. 'Ihat Crazy Smith Family hi Class Vice President hi ll Club
hg "Drums of Death" h, Band l,2,3,h.
BARKS, AILEEN--Attended R.A. Long High School, Longview, Washington,
l,2,33 Board of Control 2,3. Assistant Editor Murtonian hs Senior Class
Secretary h. Pep Club Secretary h, Student Body Vice President h,
"Drums of Death" h.
BRIGGS, KENNETH--Student Body Treasurer 2, Football 2,3,h3 Basketball
2,3,h3 Student Body President 33 Murtonian Sports Editor 33 Murtonian
Editor hg "let Me Out of I-Iere"' hg Baseball 3,h3 "M Club" officer h3
Class President hg Band l,2,3,h5 Valedictorian.
EGBERT,BURLr-Class president3 Class Vice President 33 Basketball l,2,
3,h3 Attended Burley H. S. 33 Football l,2,h3 Band l,2,h3 "M Club"
officer hs Student Body President h.
LITTLEFIELD, BARBARA--Attended Pocatello H. S. z Class President 3-
nlet M Out of Here' 33 Murtonian art editor 33 Pep Club President h3
"That Crazy Smith Family" h.
PERKINS BOB--Football3 Chorusg Athletic Manager 3, Class Sec. and
Treas. hg Uihat Crazy Smith Familym h.
STASTNY, MIKE--Football 2,3,h3 Basketball 2,3,h5 Class Vice President
33 Baseball 3,h3 Class President hi Murtonian Business Manager h. HM
W Blub hs HThat Crazy Smith Famdlyug WDrums of Deathn h. Salutatorian.
I just finished a trip around the world and guess who I have seen.
I met the now famous lawyer, Mr. Kenneth B iggs, from Glendale. He is
known all over the world for loosing the majority of his cases.
I also met M . Mark Arstein, the famous farmer. He grows a bigger
and better crop of weeds than anyone.
Can you guess where I found Mr. Burl Egbert? Well, he isteaching
music, he teaches all the disccrds.
I saw Mike Stastny teaching Judo to the Japs. Bob Perkins is quite
the ladies man now. He is the general Manager of Harolds Place,Reno,
Nevada. Barbara Igttlefield has become a great artist and handles adver-
tising for Earl Carrol's Vanities. CEditors notej The author of the
above, the former Aileen Barkes has settled down on a farm to raise
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Joyce Carlson-No matter hon' many times life knocks her
down shelll always EQ back up.
Bob Daniels-He's a happy lad always re-Joyce-ing.
Vaughn Demer-A large and quiet young man who plans to
settle down in Oakley.
.lick Fuller-The "Sage Brush Kid"-our choice for senator
Nancy Halbert-Very active in sports. Her favorite? Berling
Ruthe Herbert-Deceases. She entered the grave of Matrimony.
Frances Hill-A delicate little girl with a yen for men.
Orville Knighton-Immigrant from Hazelton, holder of the
royal order of the skunks.
Frank Morrison-Quiet, quick tempered, in fact every night
he sees Red.
Utahna Taylor-Immigrant from Oakley, rough and tuff and
all that stuff.
lhry Lou Turner-Can always be depended on for anything.
Hal Walker- Hels always going Eid teaching.
Vesta Ward-"Who said something about Arkansas! "
Betty Wright-A gift with a Q2-my future.
Dick 'Dolman-'Ihe Bible refers to a wolf in the fold. Well?
Any resemblance to people living or dead is an
SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY
The Sophomore class started this year with Mary Lee as President
Arlene as Vice President and Larry as Sec. and Treas.
we started with twelve members. Dick Barkes was the only new
member. He transferred from Longview, Washington.
we initiated the Freshmen the second week of school. we gave
then an initiation party the following Friday. It wascpite successful
and every one had a good time.
The Sophomores had the food and the fish pond at the school
carnivalg we cleared thirty dollars.
The Sophomore assembly was extra good in fact we think that it
was the best. we had some good numbers on it and we found out that
the Sophomore boys all have very good voices. COf course we lou1dn't
be prejudiced any.
we all moaned and groaned when the semester exams came along but
most of the class came out on top, Cor rather in the middlej.
Second Semester we started out with Arleen as President, Oril
as Vice President and Barbara as Sec. and Treas.
we lost Betty Jo Reese at the end of the semester as she moved
to Twin Falls.
One member of our class, Arlene Hoffman, represented the school
at the district speech contest in the original oratory division.
we had a class party the second week in April at the river.
The whole class turned out and had a good time. we also went to
Banbury's the last week in April . we had a wonderful time.
we have enjoyed our Sophomore year very much and are looking
forward to being Juniors.
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FRESHMEN CLASS HISTORY
On the first day of school, August 214, 19145, there
were seventeen members of the Freshman Class.
About two weeks later, we underwent the punishment
of initiation. 'Ihe girls had to come to school with no
makeup and straight hair. They wore logger boots, short
skirts, blouses wrong-side out, and they had to bow to
each Sophomore they met.
That night when the initiation party was held, each
Freshman was required to perform a consequence. When
the party was over, the Freshmen had to do the dishes.
Our class officers of the first semester were elect-
ed as followsg President, Clifford Perkins, Vice-pres.,
Leota Willhiteg Secretary, Norma Hill. For the second
semester we elected President, Norma Hillg Vice-pres.,
Madolynne Christensen and Barbara Baker as Secretary.
In February of l9h6 the Freshmen gave an assembely.
Some of the numbers were: a skit by Philip Johnson, a
song by the Sophomore boysg a solo by Oril Tblmang a duet
by Jerry Ellsworth and Barbara Bakery and numerous other
At the school carnival Norma Hill was elected queen
for the Freshman class.
we have been very happy in our first year of High
School and we hope to have many new members in the years
JUNIOR HIGH SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
The eighth grade has not done much toward a social
life this year. So far only three events have taken
Pla ce e
During the first six weeks of school the eighth
grade had a party. They played games and ate refresh-
ments in the lunchroom of our school. The second party
was a skating party at the Murtaugh Lake. They had
hot dogs and cocoa. M s. Walker and Mrs. Moyes did the
The third party was a farewell party for Lloyd
Thornton who moved to Eden. M . Walker supervised all
of the parties.
On May 3rd. the eighth grade is planning a trip to
Boise. They will take the school bus, leave the after-
noon of the third and come back the night of the fourth
They plan to visit the penitentiary, park, Historical
exhibit, museum, Children's Home, and Gowen Field.
The seventh grade had a valentine party and served
refreshments lice cream, cake and sandwichesl. we playh
ed games in the room.
we had a party for Mrs. Brewington March 27th. we
bought a set of book-ends and a picture and presented
them to her.
we had an Easter Party for the eighth graders April
for selling the most magazines. We played games and had
an egg hunt. we played softball and had races. Prizes
were given for finding the most eggs and wining races.
A booby prize was given for the one for not finding many
eggs. Faculty members attending were Mr. and Mrs. Walker
and Mrs. Brewington.
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JUNIOR HIGH SPORTS
The boys and girls had teams in both basketball and
softball. Basketball was first. The teams were picked
out of the seventh and eighth grade. George Blackburn
was the boys' captain. The players for the boys were
Norman, George, lewis, Bill, Blaine, Jack, Bud, Monte
and Stewart. T
The boys' first game was at Eden. There the boys
beat Russell Lane the first night and Eden and Hazelton
the second night. Eden and Hazelton had vanquished
Greenwood and Dickson the night before. Our team had
a doubly hard time because they had to play two games
in succession. The ohter boys' games were at the invita-
tional tournament. The first night Murtaugh beat Filer,
Kimberly beat Hansen and Eden beat Russell Lane.
The second night Murtaugh beat Eden and while the
boys rested the girls played their only games with Kimberly
and won the trophy.
Christine Wiedenman was captain for the girls. The
players for the girls were Emma, Wynne, Barbara, Kay,
Frieda, Arleen, Christine and say Lue.
In softball the boys chose as manager, Georgeg for
the captain, Lewis. The girls elected Wynne Fuller as
manager. They elected two captains once a week. These
captains chose their team each time before they practic-
ed. The boys and girls hope to play other towns in soft
19116 'h6 Season
With seven lettermen returning from last year, this was
a fairly successful season for the Red Devils and Coach Walker.
we defeated Hollister, Albion, Richfield, and Wendell.
Close defeats included, Rockland, 1 point, and Eden 2 points in
the second overtime with 6 Murtaugh players fouled out.
There are very good prospects for a much improved team
next year as there are only three graduating lettermen. They
are Burl Egbert, Mike Stastny and Mark Arstein.
There can also be much credit given to the second string
for winning more than fifty percent of their games. Many of
these players were Freshmen.
The first string line-up was as follows:
Mark Arstein----RF----Leo Turner
Russell B1ackburn--LF-----Bob Daniels
Vaughn Demer-----C----Larry Olsen
Bu l Egbert-----IB-----Dick Tblman
Hal Walke RG----Mike Stastny
Dick Barkes was chosen as an alternate to go to the Sub-
During the Sub-District Tournament we were defeated by
Castleford and Hazelton.
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With the co-operation of the boys and the work
of Coach Walker, the Red. Devils came up from the bot-
tom this year to gain three victories. We defeated
Eden, Albion, and Richfield. We can all be proud of
the way our team fought. Some of the teams that do-
feated us were Paul, Hazelton, Dietrich and Heyburn,
all top-notch ball clubs. Heyburn played the champ-
ionship game of the Potato Bowl and the others were
among the strongest contenders in this district.
The line up was as follows:
Vaughn Demer--Left End-----B111 Wilson
Dick Berkes---Right lmd------Sonnv Lee
Dick Tolmn Center -r e s Leo Turner
Mike Stastny--Quarter Back--Hal Walker
Russell Blackburn-Half Bac Bob Daniels
Burl RUBTV-1'-'lhlll Bac Larry Olsen
'lhe lettermen that are leaving this year are
Burl Egbert and Mike Stastny.
Under the coaching of Mrs. Brewington, the girls
Went into competitive sports this year for the first
time since 1936. In the fall we participated in
softball. The teams we played against were Kimberly,
Albion, Eden and Dietrich. we defeated Kimberly and
tied with Eden.
During the winter we played basketball. Out of
the fourteen scheduled games we defeated Kimberly and
Hollister and tied with Eden.
Some of the other teams we played were Hazelton,
Paul, and Dietrich who were all strong contenders in
the District Tburnament.
By defeating Kimberly in the sub-district play off
we were able to compete in the District Tournament,
only to be defeated by Hagerman and Carey.
With so many now experienced underclassmen we feel
confident in predicting an outstanding season next year
All of our players will be back but Aileen Barkes.
Much of the credit can be given to Mrs. Brewington
for the splendid work that she has done all through the
T " S 4 U A U
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Triple "P" Brand
Service . . . 'Plus finality
We Pack We Pe k
And Ship All Donna Mi P rf t
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Dependable and Prompt
S. 'Steve' Perkins
Wire or Phone: Gffice No. 1 - Res. No. 2
Although there Was a hundred percent turnout,, the
baseball squad did not quite live up to expectations this
season. As We go to press, no games have been Won as
yet, but there are two more scheduled games this season.
So far we have been defeated by Eden, Kimberly,
Acequia and Hazlelton.
'The positions played were as follows:
Russell Blackburn Catcher .......... Dick Tolman
Vaughn Demer .... Pitcher .,.......... Alfred Lee
Leo 'Turner ............ lst Base
Bob Daniels ........ 2nd Base -
Mikie Stastny ........ 3rd Base
Frank Morrison Short Stop, Cliff and Dick Perkins
Larry Olsen ........ Right Field -- Cecil Adamson
Hal Walker ...... Center Field ...... Dick Barkes
Dick Tolman ...... Left Field ........ -- Bill Wilson
We are rather disappointed inasmuch as this is the
only sport in which We did not improve our record. Last
yeawr baseball season Was our most successful.
Foul Weather interfered with game and practice ses-
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ALL SCHOOL CARNIVAL
Our all school carnival was a big success as far as
financial progress and fun was concerned.
553471.70 net was taken in, of which 101 was given to
the student body.
The Junior Class had the largest returns with S180
The play room was the location of the event. Booths,
strea.ers, confetti and people were all over the place.
Bingo, roulette, baseball, shooting galleries and
fish pond, beauty-traps, fun-house and cafe were all
given a very busy time. An estimated 250 people attend-
ed, spending about 32.00 apiece.
Concession most liked by the children was the fun-
house, and for the adults there were bingo and the base-
The hilarity went on until almost one o'clock. The
food was naturally enjoyed by all.
The queen contest at a penny a vote was won by Miss
Betty Wright. She was crowned by Miss Barton.
The recreation room was the scene of the fun fest
and was by far the best decorated to date. Bigger and
better carnivals are anticipated in the future.
wa wish to thank everyone who attended for their
active and beneficial co-operation.
Our speech class this year was definitely a success. The
three plays presented were enormously entertaining.
The first NThat Crazy Smith Familyn was presented at both
Murtaugh and Eden. The proceeds of this production was used to
completely redecorate the stage. Paint and Kalsomine were every
where in evidence.
Number two UDrums of Deathn was also a success. The proceeds
went to the Senior Class Sponsors.
nLittle Womenu is yet to be produced. Proceeds are to be used
for new stage curtains.
In the District Declamation contest three Mhrtaugh representa-
tives won the right to go to the state contest. They were:
Kenneth B iggs, Original Essayg Frank Morrison, Humorous reading,
Dick Tblman, Extemporaneous speaking.
Others who competed were Mark Arstein, Dramatic Reading,
Arlene Hoffman, Original Oratoryg Jack Fuller, After dinner speechg
Burl Egbert, Poetry.
A debate team las formed though no competition was entered it
had gratifying results.
The entire speech class wishes to express its gratitude
to the entire student body for there helpful co-operation and
especially to Miss Vivian Barton whose constructive sarcasm and
CCatch your breathl able hands guided our classes toward per-
fection in the lines of Oral communication and appreciation of the
JUNIOR PROM k SENIOR BALL
The Annual Junior Prom was by far the most beautiful Promenade
every beheld in Ye Old Murtaugh High.
The extravagant decorations done in blue, greens and pinks conr
plete with mermaids and King Neptune captured the eyes of the very
large crowd who attended.
In the center of the floor a huge castle dominated the scene.
Queen Joyce Carlson, reigned over the evening.
The Grand March which included all members of the high school was
a colorful spectacle.
Ernie fieed and his orchestra furnished the dovmbeat and the couples
glided 'neath the waves.
nUnderseaN being the theme, everyone was overwhelmed with the
The eighth grade girls took charge of the refreshments.
Two weeks' preparations were necessary, and a great deal of work
The Junior Class offers it's profound gratitude to the faculty and
all others who co-operated in this effort.
Two weeks later the Seniors staged their Annual Senior Ball. The
Junior Prom decorations were again used.
The Seniors are also indebted to the Junior High Girls' who served
Bob Bai1y's orchestra provided the rythm.
Murtaugh's first Homecoming was a gala affair that lasted an entire
day. The morning was a busy time of preparation and people scurried
about the halls and grounds at a furious pace.
A tea started at 1:00 and lasted until h:O0. All form r members
and all present pupils' mothers were invited. Refreshments were served
and a program was presented. During the remainder of time the tradi-
tional occupation of women prevailed.
A softball game played between Eden and Murtaugh girls ended in a
tie so everyone was happy. The girls' uniforms sparked the boys in the
gridiron battle which followed.
At 2:00 a football game between Eden and Murtaugh started its slow
and muddy course where one player was indistinguishable from another
except for the color of his coat of mud. Rain poured down but failed to
hamper the enthusiasm of the cheering onlookers. Murtaugh emerged
victorious with a score of 13-0. The day had a good start.
Six o'clock rolled around and a banquet for the two teams was
presented by the Girls' Pep Club. The menu consisted of tender breaded
veal and mashed potatoes, smothered in mushroom gravy, complete with
asparagus and vegtable salad. Ice cream and cake composed the dessert.
Bicicarbonate of Soda accompanied the finger bowls.
The dance at 9:00 was also sponsored by the Pep Club. Ernie Reed
and orchestra provided the motive and our feet did the rest. The
decorations under the direction of Miss Barton were composed of huge
hill-billy scenes and comic characters reaching clear around the wall.
Miss Nancy Halbert was chosen queen.
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boosters of all school activities. Colorful torch
light snake dances and pep rallies were only a small
part of their activities.
They financed and decorated the Homecoming and
Such an organization should be continued through
the years to come.
Officers for the first semester were:
Officers for the second semester were:
The UMW Club or Letterman's Club was a well
organized group this year. TWO new members were
admitted, Dick Barkes and Bill Wilson. Initiations
were rigid but not fatal.
An WMV Club assembly presented and participated in
by all members was hilarous success. Officers included
Dick Tblman, Kenneth Briggs, Burl Egbert and Frank
This year's band was the smallest for several years.
There were twelve members at the start of the year but
the steady migration of the population to points other
than Murtaugh finally left us with only eight. Fortu-
nately we had a fairly well balanced instrumentation.
One reason for the lack of members is that for the
first time it was composed of high school students only.
All years previous Junior High Students made up a large
percentage of the band.
The band played at one football game and several
basketball games. After one Joint practice session at
Eden, the combined Eden and Murtaugh bands played at the
Sub-District basketball tournament at Kimberly. The
Murtaugh band also appeared at the Junior High tournament
held at Mnrtaugh and also at several school assemblies.
Final membership of the band is as follows,
Barbara Peterson, clarinetg Joyce Carlson, saxaphoneg
Kenneth B iggs, French horny Dick Tblman, baritone, Burl
Egbert and Frank Morrison, trumpetsg Mary Lou Turner,
snare drums, and Nancy Halbert, bass drums.
Other students not taking band but who played with
them on special occasions include: Emma Jean Halbert,
trumpet, Mark Arstein, baritone, and Bob Daniels, trombone
Much credit goes to our director, Miss Barton, who
will probably remember her stay with us as UThe Discord
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We Buy and Sell
Congratulations to the
Seniors of '46
For the Best Prices See
Phone 5 Residences P
Wishing the Seniors of '46
A Happy Future
TIRE RECAPPING BATTEIES RECHARGED
TIRE REPAIR OIL
OIL CHANGES ALL STANDARD Products
FREE AIR AND WATER
BEST WIISHES PTO THE GRADUATING CLASS of '46
Our school library this year under the able direc-
tion of M . Ragland made many improvements both in the
system and the quality of the library.
New books and up-to-date magazines and newspapers
were welcome additions.
An able staff under Betty Wright, who is the head
librarian, is making the library a quiet place of study.
This staff includes M ke Stastny, Larry Olsen, Bob
Perkins, Hal Walker and Norma Hill.
Hats off to this efficient system!
This year Lyceum entertainment was cancelled be-
cause of the anticipation of a moving picture projector.
Thus when no projector arrived we devised the system by
which we provided our own entertainment.
The assemblies were highly successful. Programs
were scheduled for every class and club and excellent
entertainment was the outcome of each attempt.
Mrs. Brewinston, M . and Mrs. Walker directed their
class assemblies and recreation was also provided by the
WMU Club and the Pep Club and a speaker from the State
Dept. of Education, Mr. Fowler, save Hvocational Guidancen
to high school pupils.
The assemblies were highly entertaining and even
with our attempt for a projector should be continued at
least in a supplementary way.
' ROAD OF LIFE
As I was on the road of life,
It branched to the left and right.
One trail ascended the highest peaks,
And the other wound out of sight.
It didn't take long for me to decide,
The trail that I would take.
The one that led down, was easier,
And not near as hard to make.
I slipped onto the low road,
And was fully unaware
Of the sorrow and the misery
That were waiting for me there!
When I found my self a sli ping
From the bounds of His great lbve,
I turned to retrace my foot stepsg
But, there was no trail above.
The path I had left behind me
Would be a lone, hard train to win,
But I'd have to scale this barrier
To escape the wrath of Sinl
I struggled for a hand hold,
And fought within the night,
To save from utter destruction
A living soul, still white.
Now that I've gained a footing,
I have a better view
Of the hell I'd have had to endure
If I'd followed the last road through
Again, I stand at the cross roads,
Roads on the left and right,
But now Ifll strive for the high road
And a journey within His light.
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IT'S THE SERVICE 'THAT COUNTS
Twin Falls Idaho
After the Dance
L. P. Ukelberry 01. Theater
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OILS, AUTO ACCESSORIES Sandwiches
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AUTO REPAIR for
BATTERIES WELDING Quality
Tommy Rutledge, prop.
Phone 39 Murt-augh, Idaho
Tri'State For Good Quality
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'We Sem All p Newberry Co.
Twin Falls, Idaho
Twin Falls, Idaho
Baish Motor Company
305 Shoshone Sft. South lTe1ephon-e 298
Twin Falls, Idaho
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Body and Fender Repairing Complete Repair Service
WIRECKER-24 HOUR SERVICE
CONTINUED SUCCESS 'TO THE FUTURE
LEADERS FROM MURTAUGH
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POTAFTOES and oN1oNs
Phone 230 Phone 643
Ralph Bacon, Owner
Purveyors of Fine Foods
DAIRY and POUDTRY PRODUCTS
Magic Valley Area
We have the best available market for
MILK - CREAM - POULTRY - EGGS
Baby Chick and Poultry Hatchery
Operated Under Idaho Poultry Improvement Plan
Swift SL Company
264 4th Ave. So. Twin Falls, Idaho
Field, Carden and Flower Seeds
Buyers and Cleaners
CLOVER BEANS SEEDS
Dingle SL Smith
Twin Falls, Idaho
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Bggk Stgre 2100 Kimbgny Road
EooKS, STATIONERY A Good Place to Eat
OFFICE SUPPLIES, GIFTS
Twin FallS, Idaho SNACKS
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202 2nd Ave. SO.
Falls Twin Falls
Floral Co. Phone 948-W
Motor CO' A Washburn-Wfilson
Twin Falls, Idaho
AND GRONVERS OF
PEA and BEAN SEED
BEST WIS,HES TO
THE CLASS OF '46
140 Main Ave. North
Specialized Rfecord Service
Selmer, Buescher, Olds
PIANOS SHEET MUSIC
New Central Market
Twin Falls' Finest Food Store
Complete- Selection of
S'TAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
Fresh and Cured Meats Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Fish and Poultry Free Delivery Service
COLD STORAGE LOCKERS, WITH QUICK FREEZE
IJ43 Shoshone Street North
Magic Vall'ey's Leading
RADIO REPAIR SERVICE
Home and Auto Radios
717 Main W. Twin Falls
Cleaners and Dyers
CLEANING. - PRES SING
Fur Storage and Cleaning
All Garments Fully Insured
While in Our Care
Twin Falls Buhl
A few score minutemen, brave and true
CTired of the heel of King George's shoe,
Stood fast 'gainst the redcoates, and eighteen
In 1812 "Old Hickory's "men'
fBrought back from their country's wooded glenj
One hundred and fifty Texans fought alone,
At the Alamo in old San Antone
QTill three thousand Mexicans killed every one,
One hundred and fifty Texans fought alone,
When we had to fight for our great Southwest,
KAt the time of Tay1or's Mexican conquestj
Some of our men gave their ultimate best,
When Lincoln set the nigger boys free,
CAnd Southern states didn't quite agreej
Hundreds died at Gettysburg, with Grant and Lee,
In a harbor off Cuba the battleship "main",
CProtecting our Southern shipping lanej
Explode, and two hundred and sixty were slain,
In World War I, in a muddy trench,
CSick with death and the dead men's stenchj
Pershing's men died to save the French,
Now, 'Neath an Egyptian stray plam strand,
CMarked by a white cross stuck in the sandj
An American lies dead for his native land
THE MURIAUGH INSTITUTION
I SAID IT AND I'M GLAD
As I entered the Murtaugh Institution for the Frightening of Little
Children, I found it was UFullerH than usual because they had plenty of
NJackN to run the joint.
In the torture chambers below we saw a man with a very UBlackburnH
and we had to HRussellH to escape his screams. Then a woman whose
clothes looked Iike she canefrom HRaglandH and her shoes showed she was
a "Walker" came "Barks-int" down HFTEII3 she thought she was a dog.
We almost decided we Hvaughn-tedn to go home, when we heard a roar
that sounded like NLeoN the Lion, But it wasn't. It was a man who
wanted to "Mary LouTT"FIe knew this was impossible, so we decided we
Hwilhiten, Her in the attic, but it was too conspicious, so we hid her
behind the nHillN.
And then we found a WTaylorH, who told us to NReedN a book on good
clothes. We asked him what Ee was doing here? He said he was nJohnsonH
and was put in this Hwardw, and Nmorrisonn, was put in the NLittIeIiejdU
where the HSonnyHweatEer was.
I then found a character standing on my footg I said aet HHoffmanH,
but he said, UI'm HPetersonH and I don't have to.H When I asked his
first name he told me, HNapoleon,H I asked him, NHow much iron in the ,
bars?H He declared, NAbout a HBartonH.
A pretty girl came along and sat on my uStastnyH and said over and
over HAhl that wonderful HBrisgsU. I put her Hack in her cage and went
on. I then found another man who was an H01-sen-ern and wasn't worth
"Knightin" so we "'Dolman" to throw him out. I was so mad I played my
" e" and sin'E'7'ffTn dying of going the "Galloway" and drank about
fton" of beer, and re-"Joyce"-ed abou't'1KEHole thing.
Then I felt the HLois-tn. I had felt all dav and went to HBleiH
a new hat, then I rea1'iT5'E'v7erything w sn't "'fIrifzht" and decidedin
is well with HEllsworthH and went and jumped oyer a HCliffN dedicated
to NPerkins Bros.U
Sales and Service
Twin Falls, Idaho
Feed and lce Co
A. M, Sande, proprietor
P. 0 Box 903
Twin Falls, Idaho
PLUMBING 8: APPLIANCE Company
Farm Pumping Systems
Water Softeners GOOD CLOTHES
Oil Heating EDI.
Twin Falls Gooding
MEN AND BO-YS
Twin Falls, Idaho
Band and Orchestra
Conn Band Instruments
Twin Falls, Idalho
232 2nd St. East
Twin Falls, Idaho
Fairbanks Morse Pumps
210-220 2nd Ave. S.
Twin Falls, Idaho
H. C. LITTLE FURNACES
Where Oil Heating is a Spec-
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Robert E. Lee
420-26 Main S., Twin Falls
Richard A. Ramme
118 Main Avenue North f - - Twin Falls, Idaho
We Specialize In . . .
Farm, Industrial, School
and Convention Pictures
We want no man's money
without his Good Will!
The Home of Good Furniture
Elks Building f - Phone 151
Twin Falls, Idaho
COMPLIMENTS L. I-Jangd0n
Twin Falls ES
F. E. Hatch, manager
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Murtaugh ON 'THE ROAD
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WELDING AND Sales Company
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
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Twin Falls, Idaho CIHICKEN
Hamilton Silverware SPUDS
Elgin Diamonds Truck Lane
Gruen Keep Sakes
Twin Falls, Idaho
G A G S
In the first place the author should he
wearing them instead of telling them!
Girls, when they went out to swim,
Once dressed like Mother Hubbard,
But now they have a different whim,
They dress more like her supboard,
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DICK BARKES SAYS-
Stealing a. kiss may be petty larceny, but "Oh
Sometimes It's Grand."
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MR. GALLOWAY: Now. pupils. every morn-
ing you should take a cold bath. That will
make you feel rosy all over.
Any Questions ?
MARK ARSTEIN: Yeah, teacher. tell us more
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JERRY: The next best thing to being
loved is loving.
All work and no play makes Jack,
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Heaven ,protects the working girl,
But heaven, I fear, is shirkingg
For who protects, I'd like to know,
The fellow she is working?
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HINTS TO YOUNG MEN: Remember, the
stork is the bird with the biggest billg The
only two that can live as cheaply as one are a
dog and his fleag Love makes the world go
round, but then so 'does a. good swallow of to-
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The gal who thinks no boy is left good
enough for her may be right, but she is
more likely to 'be left.
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Whatever trouble Adam had,
No man could make him sore,
By shouting, when he told a. joke:
"I've heard that one before!"
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NANUY: You'd better watch your arm!
BURL: Don't lworry, it knows its way around.
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It's hard to part with those we love
When our hearts are full of hope.
But its harder still to find a towel,
When our eyes are full of scalp.
McCormick Delering Farm
Sales and Service
Phone 17 7 Twin Falls, Idaho
You'll find your Favorites at
our Large and Modern Record
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The BUICKSALES AND
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BRQWNING AUTO CO.
Twin Falls, Idaho
Twin Falls, Idaho
Prompt and Courteous Service
Twin Falls Bank and Trust Co.
Member F. D. l. C.
Egbert Seed CSL Supply Co.
Phosphate Feeds Seeds Coal
BEANS GRAIN SEEDS
CANDY ond GUM
For Better Service f- Try Us!
Mrs. S. J. Perkins, prop. Phone 23
EVERYTHING T0 MAKE THE HOME
G. E. Appliances
Phone 809 Twin Falls, Idaho
'The Class of '46
SERVICE Thank the Advertisers
Twin Falls, Idaho
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