Nampa Christian High School - Aurora Yearbook (Nampa, ID)
- Class of 1961
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The A lj I K I K A
for Nineteen Hundred and Sixty-one
Editor...EveIyn Sanner The Associated Student-body
Ass't Editor...Sue Hoffman of Nampa Christian High School
Bus. Man. ...Jeanne Kratzer Nampa, Idaho
The school year 1960-1961 has certainly been a period of
growth for Nampa Christian High School -- both scholasti-
cally and spiritually.
The spreading tree at the right represents our school and
all of its functions -- or branches and leaves.
"As we grow", we branch out. Each part of our school is
represented by a cluster of leaves and as you turn through
the following pages you will see these branches -- our school
life, the administration, the classes, the organizations, and
The acorns are the seeds which will grow in the future --
these are protected by the leaves. This could be applied to
the growth of our spiritual leaves. We feel that through the
past year the most important thing has growng this is our re-
alization of the preciousness of what we have in our hands --
our Christian beliefs, that at all costs must be protected for
the future, so they will grow as the acorns, into great spread
Evelyn Sanner, Editor
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To you "Pop," for your loving devotion over the years, You who have guided,
befriended us all--we give this heartfelt tribute to you. Your knowledge in the
classroom has helped many of us open our minds to truth and wisdom. The very
existence of our school stands as a monument to your labor.
For faith unceasing and prayers unrelenting, we dedicate this 1961 edition of
the "Aurora" to you, James B. Frazier.
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In the following pages we have hoped to
capture a few glimpses of the high-lights
of our "School Life".
With registration came many new things:
new faculty, new administration, and
new rules: NO GUM!
As soon as everyone was settled, the
first chapel meeting was called and
following this. . .
. . .the first Senior Class meeting.
That first vseek was really a busy one,
and on Friday night we all got to know
Get Acquainted Party
NAMPA FLOOR COVERING
1116 2nd St South
each other a lot better at the All-School-
KAMPUS KORN ER
Entertainment for the party was provided by all
the classes. Although a Senior girls trio won
first prize, Mortician McNaught created quite
a stir with his corpses.
A lot of school spirit was created by the
football games in the fall. This picture
was taken at one of our home games.
At right our cheerleaders are shown in
Fall not only brought football games,
ed Halloween parties. A good ex-
ample of this was the Senior "Spook"
party, one l'm sure will never be for
but also some long-to-be-remember
1308 2nd. Sf. South
Each noon a common place to find most
of the kids is in the lunchroom. It ap-
pears this day Rev. Stowe acted as chief
At the close of the football season the
traditional party was given by the TGA
to honor the team-members. The team
worked so hard it seems they had to go
back for seconds!
At right Judie is being crowned and pre-
sented with her beautiful bouquet of roses.
The high-light of the year was the
Homecoming at which one of the
three senior princesses was crown
A basket. . . will it make it or not?
PEACOCK BEAUTY COLLEGE
216 'l31'l1 Ave. South
fAbovej A time of excitement for the
Sophomores is always the Sweetheart
Banquet. This year Joan Sporeleder
and Steve Fletcher reigned as king and
As winter brought the cold, it also
brought basketball--a good time to let
off the enthusiasm that had been build-
ing up all year.
One of the most exciting times of the
season was when the team fplus a
fewll went to Cottonwood to battle
with the Panthers over the State
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A Word from Our Principal...
Education is a privilege. Christian education is a sacred privilege. The purpose of this
school is to provide a high academic education in a truly Christian atmosphere.
All over America kindred institutions are springing up. Parents, teachers, and others are
sacrificing that this kind of education might be perpetuated in this and succeeding generations.
Why should this be ?
The answer is rather obvious. Fundamental Christians universally realize that the most
critical years of our youth are those which we commonly refer to as from childhood to adult-
hood. It is during this journey through "no man's land" that our young people most need a
warm spiritual climate in which to become established in Christian experience.
Such a climate does not just "happen" to exist, it is caused. The causes are manyg we
suggest but a few. There are devoted, praying parents and friends, godly pastors, and a
consecrated Christian faculty, and a strong nucleus of students who are "examples of the
To one or more of these groups every member of our constituency can belong --- yes,
must belong, if Nampa Christian High School is to enjoy the blessings of Almighty God --
blessings which are, in essence, the source of a healthful, spiritual atmosphere.
We are deeply grateful unto our God for all who
have, in the past, contributed to Nampa Christian
High School in this manner, and for those who will,
in the years to come, belong to this select group.
DIXIE ICE CREAM SHOP
1308 2nd St. So.
The Student Body fully appreciates
the interest and Christian-leader
ship of the faculty. While teaching
in Christian High, they have showed
a truely dedicated spirit, which will
always act as a fine example of
Christianity for the students to
pattern their lives after.
GENEVA BITTLESTON OLIVE BRIGGS
CUSTOM SHOE REPAIR
JAMES B. FRAZIER
Health, P. E.
COLLEGE CHURCH of the NAZARENE
504 Dewey Ave.
104 Holly Si. 4
Home Economics , Health ,
PAULINE MC NAUGHT
Junior High, Bookkeeping
Typing, Shorthand, English
BOARD MEMBERS: Calvin Emerson, Enoch Ogstad, Russell Stanley, Olen Doane, Mel Bergstrom
Lawence Lancaster, Gerald Wesche, Wilson Dillabaugh.
The board of directors of NCHS has been very active in the affairs of
the school this year. Chairman Olen Doane and his members met with
Mr. Brown regularly throughout the year, making decisions which affect-
ed us all.
The other board members are Enoch Ogstad, Russell Stanley, Mel
Bergstrom, Calvin Emerson, Lawence Lancaster, Wilson Dillabaugh,
and Dr. Gerald Wesche.
We wish to thank these wonderful Christian men for their time spent
as directors of NCHS.
22 NORTHWEST NAZARENE COLLEGE
Mrs. Brown has served as our very gracious
receptionist throughout the year. The job of
keeping school records up-to-date requires
many hours of labor but Mrs. Brown always
found time for a friendly smile and a few min-
utes of chatting.
Mrs. Cramer and Mrs. Dyer prepared
our meals from day to day. One day
each month a special meal was prepared
in honor of student birthdays celebrated
that month. We felt especially privi-
leged to have home-made bread and rolls
which our cooks served with our lunches.
A special thanks goes to parents
and friends who came each day
on a voluntary basis to aid the
cooks in serving our lunches.
THE NORTHSIDE CHURCH
of the NAZARENE
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FROM LEFT: W. Johnson, sponsorg D. Miller, seventhg P. Sanner, eighth, D. Mark, eleventhg B. Holtry,
Vice-President: K. Bergstrom, Presidentg J. Roberts, Secretary: C. Younger, Treasurer, V. Gibson,
twelfth, D. Stowe, tenthg L. Martinson, ninth.
- Carolyn Younger
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The Student Council, the
governing "link" of our stu-
dent body is made up of the
class presidents of grades
7 through 11. Activities of
the council this year have
varied from planning chapel
services, to "twirp" week
and "dress-up day".
CQUNGSY of Courtesy of
TERRY FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE NAFZIGER MEN'S STORE
112 13 Ave. So. "Finest in Men's Wear" 25
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The graduates of "61" have progressed another
year together. Under the capable sponsorship of
Ed Manley, the class has had another year of
Among the events was the mascarade Halloween
party in a deserted barn and during which all
participated in a Spook-walk followed by games and
refreshments of sandwiches, cider and candied
In December the class was caught up in the
Christmas spirit as they went around to the nurs-
ing homes and to the hospital and caroled. Re-
freshments were served afterward.
The Senior trip was a time that will not soon be
forgotten. The class felt that it was a time of
spiritual awakening as well as physical fun.
The spring brought the Jr. -Sr. Banquet, a
high-light of the year and all the .activities that
graduation brings. I
We, the graduates, are leaving N. C. H. S. with
assurance of "heights unknown with God beside
MAR LEN E BORAH
JOANN FAY A
I EARL FAIRBANKS
LAURA MC NAUGHT
EVE LYN SANNE R
113 14 Ave. So.
Student body president 4g "N" Club 2,3312 Foot-
ball 1, 2g Baseball 1,2, 3,43 JV basketball 1, 2g
V. basketball 3,43 Student Rotarian 4g Band 2,33
Choir 3,4Q Journalism 3,43 Yearbook staff 3,43
Radio Club 23 Saddle club 1,23 Play 3.
Wilder 13 Nampa High School 2, 33 Band 4, treas.
Choir 43 Library club 43 Brass trio 4g Pep band 4.
Wilder 13 Nampa High School 2,33 Band 4, V.
pres. 3 Pep band 43 Choir 43 Brass trio 4.
JO ANN FAY
Albion High School 1, 2, 3g Spanish club 4, V.
Class president 23 Band 2,4, Pres. 43 Choir 3,43
"N" Club 3,4Q Class v. pres. 43 Football 3,4Q
Journalism club 43 Pep band 43 Brass trio 4.
Prospect, Oregon 1,2,3Q Football 43 Basketball
"N" Club 2,3,43 Class vice pres. 3, pres. 4g
Choir 1,2,3,4Q Play 3g Student Rotarian 43 Year-
book staff 4g Trojan Echo staff 33 Journalism 3, 43
JV Basketball 1, 23 V basketball 3,43 Band 1, 2,3,
4g Football mgr. 2.
Class pres. 13 Spanish club 1,4, president 43
Band 1,2,3,43 Fair Lawn Senior High School 2,33
Class secretary 43 TGA 43 Choir 4.
Del Norte Rio High School 1, 23 TGA 4.
TGA 2,3,4, treasurer 4g Class treasurer 23
Class secretary 33 Choir 3,43 Play 3g Trojan
Echo editor 33 Yearbook staff 3,4, Bus. mgr. 43
Spanish Club 1, 2 , 3 , 4.
JV Cheerleader 2,33 TGA 2,3,4, Secretary 43
Yearbook staff 4g Journalism 3,43 Choir 1,3,-43
Play 33 Saddle 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2, 3g Senior
JV Cheerleader 33 Varsity cheerleader 43 TGA
2,3,4Q Homecoming 43 Journalism 33 Choir 1, 3,
43 Yearbook staff 43 Play 33 Trojan Echo staff 3.
Class V. pres. lg TGA 2,3,4Q Journalism 43
Spanish club 2, 3g Play 1, 2.
TGA 3, 4, President 43 Spanish Club 2, 3,43 Choir
43 Play 3g Saddle 2,32 Trojan Echo 3.
Nampa High School 1,23 "N" Club 3,43 Football
3,43 Basketball 33 Baseball 3,4Q Choir 3,43
"N" Club 23 Radio Club 2g Saddle Club 1, 2.
TGA 2, 3,43 Choir 2,3Q Library club 3.
TGA 2, 3,4, selling chairman 43 Spanish club 4g
Class treasurer 13 Play 1,2.
Student body secretary 43 Homecoming 2, 3,4Q
Choir 1,2, 3,42 Student council 1,23 Spanish Club
2,3,4, Play 3, Prayer Si Fasting pres. 33 Year-
book staff 4.
DARRE LL RUTHERF ORD
TGA 2, 3,41 Homecoming 43 Choir l,2,3,4, Sec-
retary 23 Yearbook assistant editor 33 Yearbook
editor 43 Play 33 Senior Trio 4.
SYLVIA SEAMAN '
Canadian Nazarene College High School 1, 2, 33
TGA 43 Senior trio 4.
Sandpoint, Idaho 13 TGA 4g Choir 3,4, Secretary
4g Spanish Club 2,3,4, Secretary 33 Class treas.
43 Yearbook staff 3, 4. V
Radio club 3, 4g Journalism clubg Spanish 2g
Choir 2g Trojan Echo.
Weiser Hi 1, 2,32 Football 43 Radio club 4,
PE GGY TROWBRIDGE
ASB treas. 43 Choir 2,3Q Class sec. 23 Class
treas. 33 Girls' state 33 TGA 2,3,4, Sec. 3,
V. pres. 43 Yearbook staff 3,43 Lit. ed. 4g
Spanish club 2,3,4.
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Another class activity, was the trip to Bogas Basin during
which all were thoroughly soaked but nevertheless, all had
fun whizzing down the slopes on sleds and innertubes. An
occasional spill or ending up in a snow drift merely added
to the fun.
A chili feed and a Halloween party highlighted other class
Class committees spent many noon-hours and meetings
deciding on arrangements for the traditional banquet given
by the Juniors for the Seniors. The banquet, held at the
Stardust Dining Room in Boise, will certainly be remem-
bered by all.
Looking forward to the time when they will be the Seniors
at NCHS, the Junior class is looking into the future with a
hope of growing spiritually and mentally.
WESTERN BLOCK, INC. Courtesy of
224 First Street South THE BETHEL CHURCH of the NAZARENE 35
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FIRST CHURCH ofthe NAZARENE
604 15th Ave. So.
The Freshman class this year has been sponsored by Mrs. Carol Shields
Louise O'Nei1l. Gary Tippitt
Their activities have varied from a combined hayride and R011 WhitfiHSf0H
Weiner-roast beneath a harvest moon, to presenting a special
chapel service dedicated to our principal, Mr. Henry Brown.
In December, along with the regular activity of Christmas,
the class held a home-made candy sale for a special fund
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Marilyn Garlie Larry Martinson Dennis Patterson Donnie Shepherd
Mary Dyer Pamela Hills Linda McNaught Marianne Pilcher 5
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D. Borah A. Fairbanks S. Gibson L. Kenneda G. Midby P. Sanner
D. Brown L. Garmire R. Huling P. Meyer L. Parsons L. Reel
CLASS OFFICERS: Patsi Sanner, Sharon Gibson, Linda Parsons
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CLASS OFFICERS: Judy Garlie, Dianna Vail, David Miller, Gale Whittington
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SEATED from left: P. Mangum, K. Huntington, E. Sanner, C. Younger, R. Petet, J. Roberts, S. Hoff-
man, R. Jackson, J. Kratzer, M. Ax. STANDING: Sponsor, Mrs. W. Johnson, L. McNaught, L. Jenkins
K. Johnson, L. Martin, S. Sporleder, N. Michaelis.
SEATED from left: V. Pres. C. Younger, Treas.
J. Kratzer, Pres. N. Michaelis. STANDING:
Under the leadership of President
Sponsor, Mrs. W. Johnson, Sec. L. McNaught.
Nancy Michaelis, the TGA fformerly
g "Pep" cluby did their best to increase
the school spirit for the year 1960-61.
The main project of the TGA is
sponsoring the Homecoming. The girls
traditionally decide the theme from
suggestions handed in by the Student
body. This year the theme "Rhapsody
in Blue" was carried out beautifully in
silver and blue. Some other Home-
coming activities are a tea which is
given to honor the Homecoming court
and a Reception following the Home-
Throughout the year, various parties
are given honoring the teams of the
WESCHE 8i WESCHE CLINIC
312 'I4 Ave. So.
STANDING from left: R. Cook, M. Hessling, K. Bergstrom, J. Roberts, S. Fletcher, P. Sauer, L.
McNaught, J. Dyer. SECOND ROW: M. Stout, V. Gibson, R. Doane, E. Fairbanks, B. Harris, L.
Lancaster, D. Mark, D. Warn. THIRD ROW: Sponsor, Mr. P. Youngerg B. Whitmarsh, B. Holtry, D.
Rutherford, B. Mitchell, R. Minor.
The purpose of the 'N' Club is to STANDING from left: E. Fairbanks, treas., P.
foster interest in all High School athlet- Younger, sponsorg D. Mark, v. pres. SEATED:
ics, encourage good Sportsmanship B. HOlt1'y, PFSS. NOT PICTURED: J. Belisle, SBC.
among the students and encourage good
conduct on the campus and at all school
'N' Club membership is made up of
all the boys who have earned varsity
letter awards. Annually, the 'N' Club
selects an inspirational player of the
year. This year, to raise money for
the club project, they held an initiate
slave auction which was very success-
IDAHO DEPARTMENT STORE
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JGURNALISM CLUB SAMAR'IC.NDf.C3'flA'1TlIYNZ'.?.ff'M
SEATED from left: K. Bergstrom, S. Hoffman, assistant editor, B. Jackson,
editorg A. Kreps, advisor. SECOND ROW: K. Johnson, L. Higgins, D. Buffing-
ton, L. Martin, J. Garlie, M. Mangum, A. Wesche, K. Huntington, P. Belisle,
B. Holtry, sports editor, E. Fairbanks, M. Ax, L. McNaught, K. Close, J.
Hanson, P. Stanley, S. Fletcher, V. Gibson.
FROM LEFT: P. Stanley, B. Harris, D. Persoon, D. Brown, B. Whitmarsh,
R. Minor, L. Kenneda. SECOND ROW: P. Belisle, D. Warn, M. Bender, J.
Bromegen, C. Alexander, M. Hessling, M. Stout, E. Manley, advisor.
The publishing of
the school paper,
"Trojan Echo" is the
main activity of the
The club is under
the direction of Mr.
The main project
of the club is keep-
ing their weekly
columns in the city
newspaper full of
The Radio Club
under the direction
of Mr. Manley is
operators. In the
fall the group took
part in the mock
Under the capable lead-
ership of Mrs. West
the Spanish Club has
met monthly at the Col-
lege Church Fellowship
Hall for Spanish songs,
games, and films. The
club members have pre-
sented special programs
for Chapel and various
The choir under the di-
rection of Mr. Johnson,
has become a vital and
important group in our
school. Singing in the
churches and in the lo-
cal nursing homes were
a part of the ehoir's
agenda. In the spring
the choir presented a
concert and represent-
ed NCHS at the festi-
vals around Idaho.
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Mitchell, R. Minor. TOP ROW- STANDING: E. Manley, Coach, D. Rutherford, Managerg D. Mark,
M. Stout, E. Fairbanks, S. Fletcher, D. Stowe, R. Doane, J. Roberts, L. Lancaster, M. Hessling, W.
Johnson, Assistant Coach.
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FROM LEFT KNEELING: P. Belisle, P. Sauer, L. Martinson, L. Barrot, R. Fleming, W. Broomfield,
M. Bender. STANDING: D. Shephard, J. Dyer, P. McConnell, R. Doane, D. Cartwright, J. Bromegem
Coach Ernie McNaught,
The '60-61 season was a successful one with a record of
nine wins and seven losses.
Two of the Season's highlights were the Greenleaf and St.
Teresa. They were defeated by Greenleaf in the first game
but came back for a smashing victory in the second clash.
The game with St. Teresa was the last game before the
tournament games and they were really out to win. They
started off with a big bang and kept an eight to twelve point
lead all the way.
Along with their coach, Ernie McNaught, the boys com-
mented that they felt they had finished a very successful sea-
son and that they profited greatly from their experience.
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Hueling, Lonnie Kenneda.
The Junior High basketball team, though com
ing out short on their final season record, show-
ed great improvement in working as a team and
also on fundamentals.
The final season record was 2 wins and 7
losses with both wins coming from Midway.
The top scorer for the team was Ron
Bergstrom with an eleven point average.
Coach Kreps commented that the team was
at a when it came to height, but made up for it
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KNEELING Patti Meyer Linda Pai sons
Bud Kinzler, Beryl Holtry, Dan Holtry
Kuna and Greenleaf participated.
Trojans took second place in both
The track team also traveled to
invitational. Twenty-four schools
The Trojans hosted two invitational track meets in which
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competed in the Boise
meet in which NCHS placed twelfth.
EVENT TIME 1 HOLDER
100 yd. 110. 5 B. Kinzier
Mile 5:40 D. Wilson
440 Relay :48. 2 B.
880 Relay 1:43. 5 B.
440 yd. :5'7. 5 B. Holtry
220 yd. :22. 6 B. Kinzler
Mile Relay 4:11. 6 J. Bromagem,
180 L. hurdles :22.0 B. Holtry
12.0 H. hurdles :20. 8 D. Holtry
Shot 35' D. Rutherford
Broad jump 19' 1 1f4" B. Kinzler
High jump 5' 6" B. Holtry
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