Nampa High School - Sage Yearbook (Nampa, ID)

 - Class of 1926

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QU Ice-Breakers Club Savior Faire Club Girl's Club "Gentle, merciful, and just." HELEN ALDRICH Boise Ill Chorus Glee Club Vice-president Poultry Club Orchestra "She has the quiet reserve, but behind it all she is the imlrersonation of jollity." ELVA F. A LLEN Glee Club Chorus Girl Reserves Expression Club "To have wfsrlom is to be happy. HIGLEN M. ANDERSON Girl Reserves Spiz Club Masqueraders duc-k's back." MYRTLE SYLVIA ANDERSEN Star, idaho CD C25 Savior Faire Travel Club Glee Club "Gently to hear, kindly to judge." "Care falls from me like waiter nfl' .1 . . . TH . - MARTHA MARIE ANDERTON Masqueraders Ice-Breakers Glee Club "Captain Crossbonesu "The Pennant" "We'll keep a cozy corner in our hearts for her." FRANCIS RAE BAMFORD Girl Scouts Kodak Club Savior Faire "A light heart lives long." CHARLES HOWARD BASEY Edgar Nebr. 115 121 Glee Club Junior Chamber of Commerce Vlce-President of Libraian's Club "Stop Thief." "A Woman Ta mer ?" JANIS ANNE BELKNAP Prairie City, Ore 113 127 C37 .gunlor Chamber of Commerce pz "Kind of heart, full of fun, never r till her duty's done." M AHEI. ANNA BELL Chorus Glee Club Sec'y-'l'reas. of Savoir Faire "The Bells of Beaujolaisu "The Pennant" "Life is not life at all without fun." MABLE ELIZABETH BEVERLIN Chorus Glee Club Treas. of Librarians Girl Reserves "Never said an unkind word." GSI Page Twenty-three 1 -f I' 30 l-'age 'l'we-nty-Four LOIS EVELYN BIGGS Lone Star 117 Chorus Glee Club Girl Reserves Vice-President of Home Economics Club "Captain Crossbonc-s" "The Bells of Beaujolaisn "Sweetest hours e'er I spent were with?" ADELINE MARY BOHAC Librarians Club Vice-President of Poster Club Treas. of Gi-rl Scouts "Quiet, unruffled-always the same." JUNIOR R. BOYD Radio Club Chorus "Worry and l have never met." MILDRED BOYD Parma 411 123 137 Spiz Chorus Glrls Rifle Club "She goes about her work determined to succeed." FRED BRA DBURY Ontario, Ore. KD Q21 Basketball C31 141 Theory nf Games Blu N. Klub Track 431 443 Football Q43 Chorus Masquerade-rs. "Smile awhile." VVILLIAM J. BRANDT Vice-.President of Radio Club Football HJ Sales Club Masqueraders. "I look bashful but-" I' I . THE. QW I , . . CJ' LEONA MAY BROOKHART Pocatello Idaho ily Q25 Q33 Chorus Girl Reserves "She's little, but oh my!" VICTOR HAROLD BUDELL Vice-President of Librarians Q47 Junior Chamber of Commerce Debate "Brains and bulk don't go together." LENORE G. BURDG Chorus Glee Club "Captain Crossbonesh "The Pennant" "The Bells of Beaujolaisu "The Gypsy Mother" Yell Lender of Spiz 145 President of First Aid Club C41 "A sweet voice that you scarce could better it." H ARVEY E. UARON Football C45 Wrestling 145 Glee Club Chorus Junior Chamber of Commerce Track C45 "Seventeen" "All-of-a-Sudden Peggy" Advertlsinfr Mgr. l92fi Sage Student Council 135 "Yours received. XVe are out of halos in your size. St. Peter." DOROTHY FLORENCE CASADA Baker Ore. 111 Boise, Idaho C21 McCall, Idaho 137 "She has the gift of good English and the wit to use lt." IRICNE PATRICIA CASEY Vice-President of Los Pan Ameri- canos 625 Masqueraders Spiz "All-of-a.-Sudden-Peggyn Junior Chamber of Commerce Sec'y 147 "The Pennant" "Captain Crossbonesn Glee Club "Which of her dimples we love best we do not know." lx 5 age Twenty-five A I , ?W,7W , V . W aifgffl SAGE . ' . Page Twenty-six EDNA MAY CASLER Topeka, Kan C11 Masqueraders Girl Reserves Press Club News Editor "Suppressed Desires" Lincoln Essay "Of all those arts ln which the wise excel, Nature's chief masterpiece ls writing well." A JOE ALVIN CERVA Band Class Basketball OD 121 Class Baseball 429 Masqueraders Radio Club Sales Club "Aw! Whatfs the use of living." HOLLAN CHITWOOD Baseball f3l C45 Basketball 133 141 Captain basketball team C43 "A blush is beautiful but often lawful? inconvenient." ' LEWIS CRAIG President of Class 135 C41 Yell Leader C49 Masqueraders "Captain Crosshones" "The Pennant" ' "Bells of Beaujolais' "Stop Thief" "Seventeen" Band Orchestra "I have kept one secret in the course ' of my life-I am a bashful man." LEONA ALICE DIEFFENBACH Pulaski Iowa CU 123 Chorus Glee Club "The Pennant" "The Bells of Beaujolalsn Secretary of Latin Club Q43 Vice-President First Aid Club Q47 "You'd know her by the trail of smiles". ELIZABETH GAY DIMICK Masqueraders Chorus Press Club 'ter" "Bells of Beaujola.is" Vice-President G. R'. "Few things are impossible to dllllgence" Club Editor of "Nampa News Let- .. . . has ELVA AFTON DRAKE Victor, Idaho C11 Q23 Q35 Splz Glee Club Girl Reserves "Always in for a good time." MARY VVINIFRED DYE Girl Reserves President of Girl's Rifle Club Q41 Glee Club Chorus, Recreational Chorus Librarians "Just a little smile will drlve away big shadow." C LARABELLE FEICI-IT Masqueraders Glee Club Savoir Faire Ice Breakers "Quiet and self-composed, what s thinks, nobody knows." VIRGINIA FINLEY Masquera ders Chorus Glee Club Splz l EL he "Silence is more eloquent than words." CH RISTINA DORIS FLEMING Eagle, Idaho ill 127 Meridian, Idaho 433 lc-e Breakers Girl Reserves Chorus "A soft answer turneth away wrath. CHARLES JULIUS GAIISSION Asst. Student Body Mgr. C43 Band Glee Club Orehestra "Seventeen" "All-of-a-Sudden-Peggy" Vice-President Sales Club Masqueraders "ln high gear every minute." vv pa, Page Twenty-seven wr gA SAGE . . . Page Twenty-eight EVELYN MAE GIPSON President of Girl Scouts Q23 Vice-President of Girl Reserves C41 Glee Club Chorus Valedlctorian Editor-in-chief of "The Nampa News Letter" Cubs Masqueraders "One thing is forever good, and that one thing is success." WALTER JAMES GUINN , President of Librarians 641 Junior Chamber of Commerce "Like the pyramids-Unchanglng?" HELEN E. HALLCRAFT Glee Club Chorus French Club Masqueraders Splz Junior Chamber of Commerce "Bells of Beaujola.ls" "Is ever ready to help! , LGA A. HANSEN Club Chorus Band "Captain Crossbonesn "Bells of Beaujolalsu "The Pennant" M asqueraders Splz Junior Chamber of Commerce French Club "She is brimming with sunshine." GEORGE JOSEPH HA RTMAN Masqueraders Rod and Gun Club Junior Chamber of Commerce "I don't believe ln studying, but lt's at good way to use up spare time. JOHN L. HASLEY Scarsboro, Iowa 117 429 C31 Current Events Debating Chorus "A four-square player in any game he plays." - l . . , C THE g,' , sAoE. , . JOSEPHINE BERTHA HEINE Asst. Editor of 1926 "Sage" Cubs Corner Spiz Glee Club Masqueraders Asso. Editor of "The Kick-off 147 Junior Chamber of Commerce Chorus Salutatorian "Tho' she doth tease the young and old, The worth of her is solid gold." CLIFFORD HENDERSON Glee Club "Seventeen" Masqueraders Basketball 627 C47 Junior Chamber of Commerce Vice-President of Ice Breakers "What ls love without another?" HAROLD FRED HERGERT Librarians Theory of Games Club "Nothing ls impossible to a willing mind." r FRANCIS JOSEPH HERMAN Junior Chamber of Commerce Radio Club "Brevity ls the soul of wit." HOVVARD H. HESTON Glee Club "Seeking after knowledge". ALIS MAYO HICKEY Masqueraders Junior Chamber of Commerce Spiz "All-of-a.-Sudden Peggy" "Little I ask: my wants are few." Page Twenty-nine N 'iZM Vff7 ' ' .. WZZVQQZ? I? MK I 4 a . Page Thirty BERTI-IA ALVINA HILL Story Teller's Club Ice-Breakers "No wedding bells for me.' BLAINE C. HOALST Debate President of Radio Club C41 Track C33 Q43 Track Club Wrestling C43 Football 133 "I ain't no bug, but 1 like radio." H ERBERT HOLSINGER Lone Tree QD Basketball C3l C47 Theory of Games Club Chorus Glee Club "Bells of Beaujolalsu "I-Ie's a, combination student and athlete" DOROTHY E. JEPSON Secretary Class L25 Cub's Corner Art Editor of 1926 "Sage" Librarians Junlor Chamber of Commerce Tennis Masqueraders "She ls a friend, therefore she has friends. CLIFFORD JOHNSON Rod and Gun Club Masqueraders Poster Club "Mrs. Pat and the Law" "Midsummer Nlght's Dream" "As carefree as the day ls long." ESTHER V. KAUFFMAN Fremont High School, Los Angeles Q33 Glee Club Chorus Travel Club "Her happiness ls happiness around." found in passing . . . TW S G - NAOMI T. KAUFFMAN Manual Arts High School, Los Angeles 125 V Fremont High School, Los Angeles 133 Chorus Glee Club President of Home Economics Club 145 "In lit'e's small things be resolute and great." RUTH ELIZABETH KAUFFMAN Fremonth High School Los Angeles 433 Glee Club Chorus "What ls finer than a good girl?" EARL D. KENT Rand Orchestra Glee Club "Music washes away from the soul tho dust of every-day life." D MAURINE LUCILE KERBY K Masqueraders Junior Chamber of Commerce Glen? Club "Not one tear for all she loaves be- hind." LIONEL B. KLOPIPFER Masqueraders President of Librarians Q43 "Spreading the News" Baseball HJ "No, my hair is just naturally curly." ROY ED. LAVELLE Football 145 Radio Club "Stout muscles and a slnewy heart A hardy frame, a hardier snlritf' A A, Page Thirty-one M42 T' 1 J'fem4Q4'fg , . ',.:aW,wiz:.. ggzmziffyj G Q Q . . l Page Thirty-two 'l six X 1 , . I CCSRA IKI LAWSON Chorus Spanish Club District Commercial Contest 631 State Commercial Contest 135 Sec.-Treas. of Press Club Q43 Girl Reserves Business and Circulating Manager "The Nampa News-Letter" "Never idle a moment, but thrifty and thoughtful of others. BERNEICE FAYELLES MAY Lone Star OJ Librarians Girl Reserves Chorus "A faithful and conscientious student." HAROLD F. MCCLUNG Harper, Kansas 611 121 QD Glee Club Chorus Debating Track Club "He's one of our own." J . CHARLOTTE MCHOSE Sec.-Treas. Student Body 14D Calendar Editor of 1926 "Sage" President Girl Reserves Q33 Glee Club Winger of State Typing Contest 19 5 "The Pennant" "The best tribute we know, an all- around girl." DOROTHY MUMAHAN Sec. Girl Reserves Q37 Masqueraders Junior Chamber of Commerce Glee Club Chorus Ass't Kodak Editor 1923 "Sage" "Pep is her nature, Pep should be her middle name." J. DOUGLAS McNEIL Caldwell, Idaho C17 Q27 Emmett, Idaho C37 Football 141 Blu N. Klub "A good-natured fellow who has for his rule. 'Why Worry?"' X I , THE I 7 SME We O J o O O l ' 9 0 l BERTHA E. MERCER Spiz Junior Chamber of Commerce Treas. Q43 Masqueraders Chorus Student Council C33 C41 Girl Reserves Glee Club Dramatic Editor 1926 "Sage" Editor-in-Chief of "The Kick-Off" "Good to look at, better to know." G EORGETTA MILLER Chorus Glee Club Spiz Masqueraders French Club "Seventeen" Junior Chamber of Commerce "Splender loveline-Ss may be created only by nature." G LA DYS IONE MILLER Masqueraders Splz Junior Chamber of Commerce "One of the Younger Generation." WILLIAM REED MUIR Gray's Lake High School fl? Q21 Glee Club Chorus Orchestra 'Praek Q33 Debating s "Seventeen" "A prompt decisive man." LENA MARC ARET MILLER Girl Reserves Chorus Home Economics Club Glee Club "Of quiet ways, A student of old books and days." MARGARET LOUISE MITCHELL Lone Star UD Vice-President of Savoir Faire 147 Chorus Home Economics Club "She does little klndnesses which most leave undone or despise." I Page Thirty-three 5, - . . . f A . . Page Thirty-four CECELIA DUVAL MOORE Berkeley, Calif. 13? Masqueraders Glee Club Splz Junior Chamber of Commerce "The worlkl isn't such a bad place after all." WILLARD H. MORTON Glee Club Captain of Plymouth" "Captain Crossbones" Student Council 133 Q47 Student Body Business Mgr. 133 C43 President of Sales Club K0 Band Blu N. Klub Orchestra Masquerade-rs Basketball 441 Athletic Editor of 1926 "Sage' '.'I don't smlle-lt hurts my face." BARBARA MAZELL NEVE Montpelier, Idaho 111 Splz Masqueraders President of Savolr Faire Club UD Junior Chamber of Commerce "Charm School" "All-of-a-Sudden Peggy" "Like most small parcels, she is pre- clous." LENA NEWLAND Masqueraders Glee Club Historical Pageant Club Sec. of Librarians "We live ln deeds not years." WALTER VERNE NUSBAUM Joke Editor of 1926 "Sage" Masqueraders "All-of-a-Sudden Peggy" Tennis 43? 449 Glee Club Chorus Captain Crossbonesn "The Pennant" "Bells of Beaujola.ls" "Napoleon was small, too." WILLIAM T. PATTERSON JR. Dietrich, Idaho ID Q21 Q37 "I may appear innocent but looks are deceiving." . . . THE- gif SAGEWZWMJ CHARLES A. PITTMAN Football Manager 441 Blu N. Klub C41 Masqueraders Junior Chamber of Commerce "I love to argue but I really haven't time." WILMA S. RANDOLPH Masqueraders Home Economics Club Junior Chamber of Commerce Savoir Faire "Don't bother your books and they won't bother you." EARL ELBERT REED Glee Club Student Council C11 Q21 Vice-President of Student Body C31 President of Student Body 447 "Captain Crossbonesn "Bells of Reaujolalsn "The Pennant" "Charm School" "Seventeen" Debate "All-of-a-Sudden Peggy" President of Cub's Corner 135 President of Blu N Klub C47 Football 143 Exchange Editor of "Hi-Life" CU "He does his part in every useful toil and art." LAURA JEAN RENSTROM Splz Glee Club Girl Reserves Librarians French Club Masqneraders "'l'he mind that shows in every grace, and chiefly in her roguish face." Cub's Corner 1pV GRACIA ANNE R-OBINSON Student Council 113 Treasurer Girl Reserves C31 Winner of Poster Contest 123 President Travel Club 41 Orchestra Glee Club ' "The Pennant" "Bells of Bea.ujolais" ff" -X "Sulpp1ressed Desires" ,' j "f -o -a-Sudden Peggyn " Glass Sec. C41 Jfxvyfl Music Editor 1926 "Sage" V "Spreading The News" l "She is herself-a collection of the best things." VIRGINIA MAY ROSE Glee Club "Captain Joe" Girl Reserves Famous Five Club Chorus "One of our standbysf' - . . TH? SAGE . . Page Thirty-six FLOYD HARMON RUSSELL Business Mgr. of 1926 "Sage" Debate C43 Glee Club Chorus Radio Club "He is a leader not a leanerg a winner not a Bunker." KATHERINE JOSEPI-IINE SCHEY Lone Tree Q13 Librarians Club President Savior Faire, Division II "To their own merits modest people are dumb." , MILDRED M. SHROEDER I ock River O3 Jaramle, Wy. 123 Docatello, Idaho 133 G rl Reserves ' odak Club "To do easily what is difficult for others, ls a mark of talent." G RACE J. SCHVVASINGER Lone Tree KU Savolr Faire. "The soul's calm sunshine and the heartfelt joy." LEONARD SELBY Band Radio Club Track Club "Ha.nged if I don't believe 1'm in love." ELLEN ARLENE SEWELL - Masqueraders Glee Club French Club Chorus Spiz Vice-President Girl Reserves 14? "Captain Crossbonesu "The Pennant" "Bells of 'Beaujolalsn Society Editor 1926 "Sage" "A graceful maiden with a gentle brow." . . . THE- SAGE . . - EMMA IRENE SHORTEN Glee Club Masqueraders Junior Chamber of Commerce "The Pennant" President of Icebreakers Q47 "She flnds joy in work." TED H. SHOVVALTER Sec.-Treas. Raldo Club Q47 Track C31 Q45 Sales Club Track Club "For T have read, that too much strain may cause some damage to the brain." MARIANNA SMITH Glee Club "Seventeen" Sec. Librarians CBJ Vice Pres. Cub's Corner Q37 Sec. Class C35 President Girl Reserves C43 Pres. Splz Q43 Vice-Pres. Class 143 Club Editor 1926 "Sage" "'I'is better to be small and shine than to be great and cast a shadow." MERTON P. SMITH Breckendirge, Minn. Q13 Q27 Band Orchestra Masqueraders Sales Club First Aid Club Track Q43 Snap Editor of 1926 "Sage" "'A bungalow for two is high enough for any ma.n's ideal." H ARRIET SMITH Treas. Class 447 Treas. Girl Reserves Q41 Treas. Librarians C41 Student Council Q31 Masqueraders Glee Club Class Editor of 1926 "Sage" "Nothing is more simple than greatness, indeed to be simple is to be great." IRENE SMITH Savoir Faire Masqueraders Splz Junior Chamber of Commerce "Seventeen" "Spreading the News" "She is a good sport." r Page Thirty-seven !!M,,7W,W ,fw,wWaa,,,3z:Wf1? A-M""""""" M f V A V ff f M f 4 54 ,4 i ' J ' v f. , f . f ,I f f f , . -Z ffffff M 27 Maggy Q7 4' 4 0 MW-f-JN F F 1 THEODORE N. SMITH Glee Club Track C47 Track Club Ass't Art Editor of 1926 "Sage" x "The prestige of a. great name." EVELINE R. SPEAR Vvalla Walla, Wash. C15 Glee Club "The Pennant" Masqueraders Secretary of Librarians C43 Vice-President Historical Pageantry club C49 Girl Reserves Chorus French Club "Her logic is convincing" J HELEN STICKLER Chorus Glee Club ' Spiz Junior Chamber of Commerce "The Pennant" Commercial Contest Cub's Corner Masqueraders "Her sunny disposition is revealed only by her hair." HELEN SITES Glee Club Junior Chamber of Commerce Photograph Editor 1926 "Sage" "Good nature and good sense combined." CALANTHE A. STEENSLAND Caldwell, Idaho flh Canton, S. D. t2J 137 Glee Club Tennis Club Junior Chamber of Commerce Chorus "Has ambitions as high as her stature." OLIVE ESTHER STUMBAUGH Girl Scouts Ice-Breakers President of Historical Pageantry Club C43 "Just confidence, and native righteous-- X ' ness and honor." 1 w 3 Page Thirty-eight V2 - . . T E 6' C a SAG - RIC H ARD TAGG ART French Club Track I-H Theory of Games Club n "Good grades :L specialty. ESTHER CRONE TEFFT Glee Club Chorus Girl Reserves Librarians "ls a. good worker in the class." MARY GERTRUDE TURNER Vice President of Class 623 Masqueraders Girl Reserves Spiz Junior Chamber of Commerce Glee Club "She will make some one a. nifty steno- grapherf' HERBERT W. VANSLYKE Rod and Gun Club Junior Chamber of Commerce Recreational Chorus "'I'rue as the dial to the sun." DORIS NAOMIA XVEAVER Lone 'Free 113 Library Club Savoir Faire Girl Reserves Glrl's Club Cregg Medal for Stenography C33 "Calm and Serene as a summer day. IRENE CHA RL-O'I"l'E WERNER Glee Club Girl Reserves Chorus Pres. Home Economics Club 141 "Common sense is not a common thing. ,. 'Q-3 Page Thirgy-nine We Mya V V 27 Z , ' ' ' ff jf Z ?'i Za J W4 z V- , ' ' 4 f A , . f ' f f , n 15-wwffiffg aw I 4 I W 'mwifffff iff 0 4 ur o -. P 4 f Page Forty s e TWYLAH WHITE Caldwell, Idaho Q13 Q21 131 "Came in late but found her place in the Senior Class." LAVON WILCOX Ass't Business Mgr. 1926 "Sage" Glee Club Chorus Basketball C13 Masqueraders Junior Chamber of Commerce "Captain of Plymouth" "Captain Crossbonesn , "The Pennant" "Bells of Beaujolaisn "Seventeen" "All-of-a-Sudden Peggy" "The only real proof of success is ability to hang on to it." tho ELMA ALDENE VVILSON Editor-in-Chief of 1926 "Sage" Student Council 111 121 C47 ' Class Treas. C37 Glee Club "Seventeen" "The Pennant" "Captain Crossbones" "The Bells of Beaujolaisn Girl Reserves "A vest pocket edition, small but cum- plete, 'She's altogether hard to beat.' " GEORGE VV, VVILSON See,-Treas. Blu N Klub C41 Baseball 129 13? C47 Track 131 141 Glee Club "A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men." MILDRED .1-OSEPHINE WlSSl'll. Lone Star fly Ice-Breakers Junior Chamber of Commercje "The glory of a tlrm uapacious mind." .1US'l'INA A. VVOODRUFF Glee Club Chorus Junior Chamber of Commerce Spiz Girl Reserves Masqueraders "Because she doesn't say much is no sign she has nothing to say." . . . THE s" a -SAGE . YQ: EDNA STELLA YOUNG Glee Club Girl Reserves N Kodak Club Chofrus "A gentleness that grows of teady faith." 4 ANNA LILLIAN YOUNG Glee Club Librarians Girl Reserves "A maiden never bold." -Page Forty-one no L L me ' SAGE ' u , ,V Afj' 6 6 , , 'l ki, 'fl CLASS Morro CLASS COLORS "Labor conquers all" Purple and Gold CLASS FLOWER, Chrysanthemum Senior Class Ofiicers LEWIS CRAIG MARIANNA SMITH President Vice-President GRACIA ROBINSON HARRIFYI' SMITH Secretary Treasurer S g Class Poem We, are the Claes of twenty- six For four short years with others we have mixed In Nampa High. A We 've had some triumphs and glory too Q Discouragements and failures have often made us blue But again we try. 3 We are the class of purple and gold, - The color of kings and 'Sagas of old Who knew the best. ,, "Stick to it" is our motto, and we ,will try 5' To keep the "bulldog spiritg" whether " to do or die" i VVe'll stand the test. 5 Then give a hurrah for the class, that will win The honors and medals, that are by the world given To those who achieve , We will stand bs our colors through thick and thin i Be honest and steadfast and someday We will win The fight-We befhewe - GAY DIMICK 1 . l . lb , , U l be I' ' 7 . wi Q. i 75 f ilffll r T7 S. Zi 1-' lgzji c-:sei J Page. Forty-two - . . THE Senior Class Histor In September of the year 1922 about one hundred ninety primary students entered the halls of the old Nampa High School. Although they were "green" they watched and copied the ways ot the Sophomores and even the Seniors until in June of the fol- lowing Spring. They were successfully steared through the ocean of knowledge with Tollie Massingale as President of the class that had started with such a puff and bang. Again in September the intermediate sections numbering about one hundred fifty entered the bright and happy surroundings which were to shape them for their fu- ture places in the history of the High School. Orsen Kelly-President proved to be a very efficient leader in a time of storm and need. In the Spring the Sophomores felt that they were truly on the road to wisdom. The Junior division entered its third year with a skip and jump. When counted there were about one hundred thirty members. Lewis Craig was elected President and with the aid of Miss Loomer and Miss Numbers they completed the year just as they had begun it. "Seventeen" was one of the greatest dramatic events of the entire school year. Thanks to the artistic ability of the class and the advisors, the Junior- Senior Prom was the best yet. This, our last year began with an enrollment of about one hundred twenty wide- awake Seniors. Lewis Craig was again elected President with Miss Loomer and Mr. Elliot as sponsors. Our trip to Swan Falls on Sneak Day will for ever be remembered by all. "All-of-a-Sudden Peggy" was a decided to be one of the greatest social functions So as we finish our last year here we sincerely believe that the Class of '26 has tinue So." success and our Class Breakfast was voted of the year. sorrow to leave our old N. H. S. but we brought honor to her name--"May we Con- ESTHER TEFFT. -Page Forty-three . J fji??i5f f A . ' Senior Class Prophecy A sudden swish through a snatch of night and space and whirling stars into a dark breath of nothingnessg then a gradually increasing glow, and Mars was before us! "Now for our carnival," Irene exclaimed. I looked at my watch to calm my nerves, for the idea of a carnival in Mars, to which all America had been invited, was quite exciting. The watch itself was quite remarkable. It was the invention of Charles Pittman, and a profit to George Wilson, who acted as jeweler and salesman. The watch had a weather guage which recorded on a new type of paper discovered by George Hartman in his adventures on Bulldog Islands, the conditions of the stars and planets. Irene, meanwhile, regarded our Mars- boat. "It's a wonderful invention," she observed, "Merton Smith is quite an inventor." I nodded, then gasped as a figure like a delicate moth danced toward us in the en- trance to the carnival garden. "You here?" Georgetta Miller asked. "I guess you'l1 see lots of the kids tonight. You'd better hurry to the garden temple. Lenore Burdg is going to sing. Martha-" and the moth danced away with an unmothlike giggle. As we entered the temple a man appeared on the stage. Irene volunteered infor- mation. "Verne Nusbaum. He's chairman of the musical program for tonight. He's a band leader, also originated the Olympus Orchestra, you know." "Miss Lenore Burdg, prima donna, has consented to sing for us this evening," Verne announced. "Miss Burdg will sing "Twilight," a song composed by Miss Gracia Robinson. Miss Robinson will accompany Miss Burdg on the harp." After the song the moth appeared and whispered that an opera company was play- ing below, adding that Lois Biggs had the leading role. I made a sudden resolution. t'I'm going to take notes tonight for mybook on "Reminiscences," You may get some ideas for your cover designs." The Opera was almost over when we entered. As we rose to go Irene tugged at my angular elbow, and pulled me to the row ahead. At Irene's "hello" Aldene Wilson and Floyd Russell looked up. "We were just discussing our magazines. You see, we are rival editors," Aldene laughed. At the door Victor Buddell met us with a leafy pamphlet and flowery talk. "And if I'm elected state representative, you can count on me-? "But do they serve free lunches at the conventions?" "I say so. Say, if you see Joe don't tell him you've seen me." :iWhy?vv "Mr. Joe Cerva is sheriff, and he caught me speeding up here!" We next entered a building in which we found Marie Anderton, Katherine Schey, Martha Adams, Cecelia Moore, Dorothy Casada, Mary Dye, and Janis Belknap in a dis- cussion of the best method of handling kindergarteners. At the opposite end of the room' Charles Basey was airing his views on the chief difficulties of being principal of a Junior high school for the benefit of Mable Beverlin, who was replying in like kind. Lena Miller, Bernice May, and Olive Stumbaugh were earnestly recounting to each other the faults they found in sixth grade citizens. Irene and I stayed on long enough to answer some twenty questions, then almost ran away. The discussions were at the boiling points as we reached the door again, and Irene muttered something about "Schoolm1'ams and their deadly convictions." Lillian Young met us just outside the door with a breathless "can you tell me where Doris Weaver is? Francis Herman has a very important letter to be taken." "Do it yourself." "Can't. Sinse l've been working as a librarian in the Congressional Library I've lost practice. Irene had left us, so Lillian and I searched for Doris. We found her taking dicta- tion from Francis as fast as her fingers could wiggle. She typed the letter on a kodak- size typewriter which was marked "McHose," which we concluded to be the invention of Charlotte, who was equally interested in music and typing. 1' noted the letter head- "Herman Oil Investment Co." During the typing Lillian told me that Bertha Mercer was secretary to Ford, and Cora Lawson was the champion typist of Idaho. "Where is Julius Gaussoin?" Francis asked when the letter was finished. Julius came from the corner. "Take this to the U. S. as fast as you can. It goes to John -Page Forty-four ms ease ' .V . f " V " U O . . 9 'vmgfyw 'V . F . . Le Hasley. He's doing government work in Washington. You're quite well known as a racer, so make it snappy." Three minutes later as we neared the parking grounds we heard an excited voice. "For gosh's sake, Walter, Julius has an important letter to deliver from Francis, and Joe's after him for speeding. Tell him what's what! You're a lawyer and can hand it to him. Go on. Aw, go on." A Mars-boat hummed, and we guessed that Walter Guinn had lost. We found Irene with Dorothy Jepson, who 'was drawing one of her "Martha and Georgette" cartoons for the "Fifteen Minutes," a paper edited by Josephine Heine. The editor herself appeared, and told us she had seen Evelyn Gipson, who was directing an Idaho State Glee Club. "Do you know that Harvey Caron and Dorothy M9CM13l10H are starting a new pic- ture? It's that new book of Wilma Randolph's-"Star World." Marianna Smith is going to act in it, too. By the way, Edna,I want you to come with me to see Justina Woodruff and La Von Wilcox They're dancers in "The King's Co." We left the others talking of the paper. While waiting for the entertainment Irene spied Mildred Wissel and Margaret Mitchel. Mildred told us that her short stories were being called for as fast as she could write them, while Margaret added that her text book on Scotch literature kept her busy. The entertainment was varied. Consequently, I added three more names to my list. Alis Hickey and Maurine Kerby were capable guitar players, while Roy La Velle per- formed some sleight of hand tricks. As the curtain descended a cheer arose from outside the tentg we hurried outside to find Lewis Craig, dignified head of the business Men's Association of Idaho, lead- ing the crowd in yells, and saw Lester Moorhouse, Douglas McNeil, Ted Schowalter, Rulon Ricks, and Holland Chitwood shoot down into space in their Mars-boat. "I guess they're getting back to rest for their big world Series tomorrow." "Right," Lionel Kloepfer said. "I sold over a million tickets for it." "Some salesman," we gasped. ' Ted Bradburry sold almost as many. More shouts arose, and we Saw Earl Reed descend from a Mars-boat. "It's the SOVGTDOI' of Idaho. Hone he makes a speech about capital punishment. I need quotations for my interstate debate." It was Harold McClung speaking. and Wil- liam Patterson answered that he hoped so, too, that a governor's speech ,made excel- lent copy. "Are you reporter on the "Fifteen Minutes"? Iasked. "Sure. Listen, will you, while I get this down"? After the speech Irene and I entered a latticed arbor where we found Barbara Neve diSCl1SSil1S the PGHBOIIS f0l' the DOD111arity of her famous teas. Emma Shorten was giving hints for the success of the readings she gave at these teas. We found Vir- ginia Rose. Mildred Schroeder, Mabel Bell. and Helen Haleruft discussing the import- ance of nurses, while Myrtle Anderson and Irene Werner were insisting on the rivalry of good cooks. In yet another part of the arbor Eveline Spear and Lena Newland were protesting and arguing. "I get tired of answering those love letters," Lena was saying. "We agreed to do it," Eveline insisted. "Say," Irene pounced upon them, "Are you kids the authors of that " 'Cracked Heart' " column?" "I'll say we are," shouted Eveline, dragging Lena with her. Mary Turner and Gladys Miller hailed us as we entered a hall. "What are you doing here?" Irene asked. "Getting away from our beauty parlor," they chorused. "Beauty parlor?" we echoed. "Yes. William Brandt and June Boyd are our advertising agents." "We gasped, but they had gone." We turned toward a group of people who were in earnest conversation. We caught such bits of the conversation as to guess that this was evidently a storekeeper's delega- tion. Theodore Smith, and Leonard Selby were of the group. Blane Hoalst joined them beginning to discuss the promising condition of farmers. During this tirade Helen Anderson and Elva Drake came up to spring some views on scientific farming. "My stars." I exclaimed. "Can you imagine those two scientific farmers?" My remark reached Helen's ears. "We're not farmers by any means, but we're gathering and distributing valuable information on scientific farming." - A cackling laugh broke into our own laughter, and Esther Kauffman tumbled into our group. She was dressed in clown fashion. "Have you been acting tonight?" "Only acting the fool-in some of Shakespeare's plays. I'm traveling with a -Page Forty-five ' , . ., gn ?' .Y1f3f?7' W 3' 1 2 656233, - . , 2 . .aw " fa . ' ,., 23 M.,4jZf'f' Ji f . . . shakespearean company. Olga Hansen plays for us. Laura Rentrom is acting the part of Hamlet in our company." "Naomi?" we asked. "Oh, she's a. helper of Calanthe Steinsland in designing new styles for the Prince of Wales." "What's Ruth doing ?" "She's writing ads for about sixty-three various products," and the shakesperian suit tumbled out of our group. "Sixty-three!" She must mean those new rugs Ernest Morgan is asking the public to approve." I nodded, and we walked away. Just ahead we could see Helen Aldrich and Mil- dred Boyd. "Wine-deep wine," Helen was saying, then explained to us that Mildred was giv- ing her library to the English Literature Club which she had organized. Helen, we knew, was an interior decorator of no small repute. A few minutes later we met Esther Teft and May Brookhart. Esther was inter- state secretary of the Girl Reserves, while May was one of the main figures in the campfire girls' movement. They talked of Irene Smith's strawberry ranchg also of the work of Clara Felcht and Bertha Hill as her assistants. Apart from the carnival we found Ellen Sewell, Helen Sites, and Adeline Bohac. Adeline was displaying a butterfly. Irene informed me that Adeline was quite noted for her butterfly collection. Helen, meanwhile, was asking us to come into her studio soon to have our pictures taken-Ellen would tint them. "Let me faint," Irene pleaded. "Do," said Clihord Henderson. "And I'll take you to my new hospital when Ralph Splinter gets it done. He's the quickest contractor moving." About four mintes later Irene bumped into Willa Adams. I touched the rose at Willa's waist. "It's one of my loveliest," she said. I have a small hot house and florist shop. I promised to meet Edna Young and Francis Bamford. They have a dressmaking establishment in Albany. Helen Stickler has a hat shop next door. Howard Heston has charge of an Indian reservation," she called. While you have that book open, write these facts," Irene advised. "Grace Schwa- singer drives a Mars-boat taxi, Twylah White has a bakery, and Herbert Holsinger is a poet. I saw Richard Taggart and Herbert Van Slyke. They're in the army-just got back from the Philippines. I saw Virginia Finley, the originator of those handi- palnted dresses, and Leona Dieienbach, thepoetessf' Suddenly we were aware that the carnival seemed moving toward the large hall. As we followed I explained that a great telescope which was to show us the people of our world was to be tried." "Some time ago there was one invented," Irene protested. "But it made no allowance for the time required for light to travel, and showed us our earth seventy-flve years ago. This one brings it to the present." Earl Kent was playing in the national band before the hall, and to our surprise Willard Morton was the inventor of the telescope. The invention was a successg the earth's inhabitants became visible. "Come one, Gay," a voice suddenly called, and we faced Elva Allen. "I've got to get back sometime to teach those typists, and you'll be a fine expression teacher tomorrow, Gay Dimickf' , Gay allowed herself to be dragged away. I called Irene, and we started to our Mars- boat. On the way she told me Christina Fleming was writing book reviews for a ma- gazine. We met Harriet Smith, who called "Halt!" and there said she had just return- ed from an extensive study of English literature abroad, and was now busy again with her historical novel writing. Our Mars-boat refused to start, and Irene and I were despairing of getting to earth that night when Harold Hergert appeared. Soon the boat was humming, for Harold was a first-class mechanic. Irene and I paused a moment to look back over the lights and shadows dancing in the carnival garden, then shot down into the gray mist and pale stars that hang on the brink of a rose petal dawn. By EDNA CASLER ' IRENE CASEY. -Page Fourty- lx - . . THE Senior Class Will We the Senior Class of 1926 being of a sound and disposing mind and not being under duress do solemly declare this to be our last will and testament. We, the Senior Class leave to the Junior Class the exclusive and sole privilege of one C15 Sneak Day. To the Juniors we leave the custody of the traditions and customs of Nampa High School. To the Sophomores we grant the sole right to initiate the new coming Freshmen to the life of Nampa High School. For the protection of the Public the executor of this will and estate shall buy from the general fund one maxium silencer for Harry Long. Sheik LaValle gives his iirst name to the biggest student in the new coming Fresh- man Class. To Mr. Coker we leave a rabbits tail suitably embelished and encased. Miss I-luckle's English Classes leave to the Juniors one hundred and nine assorted assignments in good condition and showing no signs of use. 1 Charlottee McHose and Gracia 5Robinson leave their artistry of playing the piano to any two Freshmen who shall be designated by the Student Council after giving sat- isfactory credentials showing at least ten years preparation for that honor. Harriet Smith leaves an honorable scholastic record to any student who can flnd it by incessant study in the books recommended by the faculty. - Verne Nusbaum grants Bill Ennis and John Phillips the right to elect a new third member to the "Unholy Three." Evelyn Gipson and Josephine Heine leave next year's Validictorian and Salutator- ium a. collection of choice sketches and outlines for speeches. Dorothy Jepson leaves Regna Campbell the gum. on seat 179 in Study Hall. To the Junior Class we shall alow Miss Bird her full time in keeping them in the right school spirit. Mr. Harrington shall be permitted to make any announcements in assemblies and to tell the student body that it has lost its pep. Mr. Elliot leaves his collection of jokes and true l'?J track tales to the Junior Chamber of Commerce Club to be published as they see ilt. Eveline Spear leaves the Library to some innocent unsuspecting lower classman. Harvey Caron leaves his acting ability to Donald Pierce. To the Junior Class we grant the privledge to wear "caps and gowns" at their Commencement, To Miss Loomer and Mr. Elliot for their work as class advisors, to Miss Numbers for her work in our class plays, to the faculty and the Student Body of Nampa High School Who have made Our high school life so successful, we leave our sincerest grati- tude and best wishes. ' Signed CLASS OF '26. -Page Forty-seven wa! i ,,,, , ,,,, U M M fffh, , W , ,I X f , ,W Q ft V: W .M V I W f 9 I f f , 4' E -5 mu mf 54 my Z. M LZ ff Mm,MMfM ZWM7' wi ymmjff ' W WM W WZ! u rv. APPle sauce Yo R Fr. 5 r fjffM.,rf' 'J 1 f"Lk,.45c ' , X X E' ' 1 f ge, F figs ' 'Q Cnfoni ' if K . I r , M Lv , Yfxf V E M 'ff SD f Iam! . f ' X 5 M I 1 13,1 , I ft .1 - , ' - T" L' M iz' G21 fU,4fl! funny? bubh fact-5 5 I Of, ' jf En ' Q .gl F - n Z3 ,. fi? X fifzn .U u L Pd I:- ur C, uf - U rs uk ff? j ii S f '?"s?J 2iirrh,aL A Pow wg V 1 z Page Forty- eigh t fblq, 6 Sdn K -Y . i 'y 'Z 2 . , 1 5 1 I E V s KISSGJ ' S-1 four!! 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C LAS S FLOW ER Pansy CLASS ADVISOR Miss Numbers and Mr. Walsh unior Class Histor When the present Junior Class trooped out on the base-ball diamond there were many jeering shouts of "Freshie," "Greenie," and many other epithets generally ap- plied to Freshmen. Mary Ellen Adams as first batter, reached first base amid wild cheering and was declared safe by the Umpires, Miss Moackrud and Mr. Maroney. Our team under her able leadership, passed school career. Then after several of our players made Long knocked a two-bagger and arrived on by Miss Yoder and Miss Palmer. Almost b made, the second inning ended. As our players tripped in from the Held Jack Neve, acting as captain, knocked the ly to third base. Now the fans began to before, they had jeered so furiously. thru the most crucial year of our high outs we began our second inning. Harry second base, where he was pronounced safe fore we knew it, more outs having been and took their places tor the third inning, ball far into the out field and dashed mad- look with respect upon the players whom And, perhaps, next year in the fourth and final inning, some other member of our team will, by a spectacular home-run, carry - l us victoriously to our ultimate goal. WINNIE- NELSON '27 AURELIA ALBY '27 -Page Fifty-one V7 'l l,0'fffw0ff X , , 1, ,f I JW WWW X X " f Z W fMWf"WlW'WMW"'W W f mf ff QW' WZ! W ,ff M fy , M 1 ,WW ., ywf YW" y inf 7 " 7 fa 9' M 'Ml ff, A M W ,hr ,,,, -I MWWW M W 'WA 4 ,df QW WMM! Look! W 5 fnnklus' "one Twinu X 9 7 x X Q ER ' .fm ., T' XX. NN -x xx L lllf SNEAKU f E in -' ., er 011 your foes OV Cao f1eS'7 Fifty-twu A ,. S' g gp? I M .1 , A - f QL N us 3 2 Q N N f x x f 4 5 I f 1 K 0 I V , 0 ffm! lwvnmf us Aelvfcior pw P n s SA L Q'--s :cg ' 'V "' ' , L O Q ,m ., v ,Q , 54 E if Ex Q E? K X 'SS wx tif.. W A Q, 1 g 6 H 'ii A Q T ed. 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Q .SF f ?:fQiE . . i gggx ' 5 v..mg 'N f sflfm k LLLL if ggvff WRAf WDQAJ -3 27" g X x J . li u-'PA ., .TED --Pagv Fifty- three 'HW .wmv f' X Sw X x S Q' I fl '00y 'Wim -'f f ffw WW wWWf, f MHZ, My ll l WyWWUWWwf XWWQ f f , , . aff Q, ww W, , ,, VM ,f AV 'Way 'f ff Wg ,EXW "" Z ,V 4 - f f" MMM 0 ,Lf X W wi Q I'zl ga' l"ifl5'-f'1:ll!' - . . . T HF- e' a SAGE. . - Nl DEAN RICKS HOWARD LANGELY ERNEST BAUMAN President Vice-President Secretary-Treas. ,CLASS IVIOTTO "Be sharp, be natural, but never be flat." CLASS COLORS CLASS FLOWER Blue and White Blue and White Narcissus CLASS ADVISERS Mi s Bedke and Mr. Hoffman Sophomore Class Histor Our second year of high school is nearly over, and we are beginning to get a new insight in the life of Nampa High. In our Freshman year we were very green, and unacustomed to the ways and life of such a large school, but by the aid of our teachers, especially our class advisers, Miss Turner and Mr. Queen, we were able to pass the drst step. The efficient offic- ers, Billy Ennis, Deane Ricks, and Howard Langley helped us to safely change our col- ors of green and white to blue and white. On the moonlight night of January fifteenth, all Sophomores slung their skates over their shoulders, packed sufficient eats in a truck, and went to Sugar Beet Lake. Will we ever forget? I should say not. There were many grieved members when Miss Turner yvent away and Mr. Queen resigned. Miss Bedke and Mr. Hoffman were chosen to flll the vacancies. Their work has been greatly appreciated, especially their success in the "Baby Show," the class stunt. Soon we will be dignitled Juniors and will have out-grown our childish ideas, for we shall start our preparation for our flnal goal in real earnestness. MARGARET SITES '28 --Page Fifty-flve WM! W1 ZW ff! X V W Q , V 7 ,A 2 M' 4 ,' M Q ,, 2 ' 4 ' M , W f 'W ,-fry, ' , ' f 1 f X Z WZ' 'Q I W ff 7' 2 I , 1 f in ' 'f nf 'fyff Q 1 Vw "v 3- A' 4, . 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Q-my N ' s ,ku .Pl L X g T il MAH'-E 157' .9 ' H Q W: V , , P I S E1 Y - "5 - 1 M ' N e .gQ:fi'. N Q :K Q . 2 1 F ' " 'N DEAR- nun P if i k. vres 1 oem is N XR gk if 'ki tg H , 5 if I S' , k f s 15- X- P3 A -" Sow Au- F4160 AT PAR Got is UP BAUj F004- :, in , if AJUY lfldvf . Q A ,iw . , 'Y K 5 'fl ... Yf -'E ,' ,'. .tfk ff-E mf' ,jf Yi he x u . f f . .A Good, lj -HPagu Fifty-sewn , ,, , , 4 Wumffuffm WWW y,WWwWf,w f W 'x f f 4 NN f"WWw - ,W WW QMWWWWW Wwwwq WWW 5 ,QW:',f'f aff Q V, wy gg! W! , Q, af WM? Z www J X4 www' mf, g 'Q 0 wc, fflhuxv l"ifty-vight swung! . Q , THE SAGE. ,NI 1 GEORGE THOMPSON REGNA CAMPBELL EDWIN CAROIST Secretary-Treas. Vice-President President CLASS MOTTO "We'1l be happy." CLASS COLORS CLASS FLOWER Green and White Forget-me-not CLASS ADVISERS Miss Fisher and Mr. Freeman Freshman Class History Dear Folksz' School opened September, bright and early in the morning. All of us Freshmen wandered around the halls with blank looks on our faces wondering what it was all about. I Someone spread the rumor that we were to go to the auditorium. There we gather- ed, with many strange faces, new to all of us. People from the country and city. Each of us had some friends and figured on making a. few more. We were perhaps, as green as we looked. Later in the fall we elected our officers and student body representatives. All had a good time at the assemblies given by the different classes to show their "stuff", .The Freshman assembly was a "Howling Suc- cess." ' Our class was defeated in the Inter-Class Meet, but we will go on any way to show that in spite of our green ways we ,will someday stand the test. "Some day we"11 be Seniors" "Yes, sir, we'l1 be Seniors' U "But we're only Freshmen now." VERDENT GREEN P. S. Our Class colors are green and white. -Page Fifty-nine Q -any :QI X ' 3 m i . 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Tlllilllii He'3 in dqmrad J A ul F' Y I v a I o U xx s N62 'S Q a 8 I ig Sor- Prliric Ch.z'ckg-1,5 . lib X m F XR 4 S 2 S N I wi F. Ni .S ' 41 xi gn ., ,- " 8rUNET'rLs n Acflxg Lgkg Fresh 'V as ini ' uugix us TW5" H'f"t c svn! Rid , 77'-v.siJen?L! L ff Gv2C7U6 A mi' 1' 'Q W 5 kg , Au f fied- EMT I IN i1u1lu Pici-'YY . Q . f 'J gy . L uid t vdew-?s KH! 'INK 'J K ChuMS -Page Sixty-one M W Mfr !f'WWWWm,,,mNZ 5 WWW? , Z W1 W f My ,ff W4 " 7 vf 5' W 2 4 4 Wm fm MQ' W VM' sr MW, We mf uffffff 7 WMM WW 0 0 I W 4 W!! M! Q! Q 0 'wwf fam --, , :H -1? ,, " iraq: .. .1 r S v 6 , . ' :ri-L!-E . ,. ' .,.... - UI F! gf P -I1 we P lease- Dear head' ....... -K - .rx 1 4 gm V .AH ' 16-5 3: .iw ' Sllckeru Put-te H 0 f f C N A T . O T T' 0 T 3 Kr 3 f -A, L sixty-two ? A :Vi z ,QM xp ,Vs ! S pf 5 4 A 4 -wmv if 'W M J L GN 'K ,.. 3' :I S W9 'ILM 209' :Eli 131 L .-.'L"J '- ' . , :Ti-E' " ' "' if if S ,Q H v. O Q - . , Be Hes 71 'J,Eol ,gg I - ' N, . ' f A f.,", lQ'lQ..nn--.? Mvssnnlep 578315 53 Pe? Qf PesT A: V ,A ,JZWQK 4,3 ,I 1 K f L Y A I 'C f v TYUHY Howdj U' .b WU! - wen 5 A f :gun if 4 9 X wif M! Q5 13 I 1'H5TQv'f sr.: wil- V 141 41 -EE - . A 'K 1 Tyres 37" One me .,, Grocer-as olzsmzmons 1 Q 6 2 2 53 ,, If M le 'A E E x S' 3 . A :f J 5, S 1 u 1 K ii S 3 if Q 9 +8 5 5 i 5 X 1' 2 F aa n 2 p Q 5 si 1 sa i 2 fx e xr . F f 5, f ,, aw 5 s . , , . 'ma . . . KEITH RICKS CHARLOTTE MQHOSE EARL REED Vice-President Secretary Treasurer President STUDENT BODY After an exciting campaign the student body officers were elected and began their year's work. Earl Reed was elected president, Keith Ricks vice-president, and Char- lotte McHose secretary-Treasurer. Charles Graybill was the representative from the school at large, Mr. Cowin the faculty manager and Willard Morton student manager. The seniors chose Aldene Wilson and Bertha Mercer for their representatives, the juniors, Harry Long and Mary Ellen Adams, the sophomores, William Ennis and Wal- lace Garrity, and the freshmen, Wayne Ward and Dorothy Menzies. The list of meet- ings show what an active and important part our council plays in school life. STUDENT COUNCIL ACTIVITIES FIRST MEETING: Called October 30, 1925. Rules governing the council were read. An amendment made during the school year 1924-25 was approved, concerning the faculty business manager. The right of wearing the Blue "N" was discussed. A schedule for student activities was announced and passed on. It was decided that no by laws should be made to the Constitution this year. SECOND MEETING: Called December 1, 1925. The business concerning the school paper was taken up, and the staff proposed by the faculty was read, and passed on by the council. The selection of Juniors for a Crown Prince to act as Yell Leader next year was proposed Members of the council were to look for prospective candidates for Editor-in-Chief and Business Manager of the Sage for this year. THIRD MEETING: Called in December 1925. Taking care of the school property was the first item of discussion. It was decided that a committee should be appointed to look after this. Names of football letter men were read by Coach Harrington and passed on by the council. The election of the Editor-in-Chief and Business Manager of the Sage, was heldg Aldene Wilson being elected Editor-in-Chief and Floyd Russel, Business Man- ager. The sale of Student Body tickets was also talked of. FOURTH MEETING: Called January 11, 1926. The financing of the school paper wasialso discussed. It was decided that a subscription campaign should be carried on. It was decided that two signs reading: "KEEP ,OF THE GRA SS" should be placed on each side of the cam- pus. Violators of this act were to be punished by having to apologize before the as- sembled student body. FIFTH MEETING: Called February 23, 1926. The question of awarding letters for wrestling was taken up, also that of making it more difficult to earn a letter. Both, however, were tabled. The need of a constitutional convention was brought up for the purpose of making the constitution modern. This was also tabledon account of lack of time. SIXTH MEETING: Called February 25, 1926. The distinction of classes was brought up, and it was decided that those having seven credits should be considered Sophomoresg those hav- ing ilfteen, a Junior, and those having twenty-three, a Senior. -Page Sixty-tive If ,WMWWMW0 rv I Wfmwz J V , fff'gW4W'f WW Q gm Z 2 L5 fwiiwfiwg, .WJ 1 s W 48 MM M! ' QQ If Page Sixty-six Expenditures of The Sage Staff Excuse blanks to annual room .................................................. ....... S 11.00 Shoe repairing for trips to office after keys to annual room .... .. 20.04 Four refills for Ellen Sewell's dorine ...................................... 2.00 sweetheart bars for annual staif ........................................... 12.00 I ream of paper for Government outlines for makeup .............. 12.05 Four movie tickets to Floyd Russel on annual work excuse ..... 14.00 Fifteen note books for Charlotte McHose's Calendar data ........ ,.......... 1 3.00 Two bottles of hair dye for editor ................................................... 1 15.23 Several copies of Whiz Brangs. College Humor, Pep and Life for Verne Nusbaum from which to select original High School Jokes .... 100.16 New Caps for Harvey and La Von to leave in annual room, ................ 22.14 One thousand Blu N. pencils for copy matter ................... 200.00 Rouge and lip stick for Josephine Heine .............................,........,..... 14.13 Twelve rolls of films for Pair Tree tryout ............................,.........., 72,15 Four arm chairs 10 foot stools for leisure hours during class periods ' in annual room ..............,,.............,,,..................,,,,,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 500,00 Shares in Wood's Senior Rogue Gallery for Helen Sites ,,,.,.,.,,,,,,,. '900,00 To Marianna Smith posing for Comic Section .,,,,,..,.,, I ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2,000,00 India ink, card board and paper wasted in cartoon experimenting by Dorothy Jepson ................,.,.,..,....,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, . ,,A,,,,,,,,,,,4,,,,,.,,,,. 1 13,00 To Harriet Smith for ice cream cones while hunting Senior quota- tions ...........,.............,..,,,....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,,..,,,,,.,,,., A 16,22 Opera tickets for musical inspirations for Gracia Robinson ........,,.. 99.99 Total ............................. ...... S 4,147.11 Credit Sale of Annuals -.,-.-. 5 4-0716 Advertisements ..... ,,-.. 1 1.16 Club Pictures ..... H .02 Donations .....,.... ,.,.,,4,,., .-,, . 1 3 Total .... ................ ..... - ........ S 1 5.1815 To the students of the Nampa High School, The Staff wishes to express its thanks for the assistance it has given in paying off these debts. -Page Sixty-seven U . ,.THE.,g3af?iW'SAGE..,. - DR MATICS The enrollment in the dramatic department this year reached ninety. With each member striving to live up to their motto, "Say it with expression." Four one-act plays and one long one were presented during the year. The one-act plays wer "A Minuet" by Louis Parker: "Spreading the News", by Lady Augustus Gregory: "So This Is Paris Green" and "A Midsummer Night's Dream." "A Minuet" a dramatic play was a tremendous undertaking for high school stud- ents, but they put it across in a manner showing real work and concentration on the spirit of the play. The scene is the living room in the jailor's quarters of the Conciergerie, Paris, and the time is during the Reign of Terror in the French Revolution. John Phillips gave an excellent portrayal of the proud Marquis bravely awaiting his doom. Anna Gaus- slon carried almost to perfection her difficult role of the Marchioness who comes to die with her husband on the guillotine. Everett Mossman took very realistically his part as the vulgar jailer who taunts the "aristocrat" with his doom. Miss Numbers who coaches the plays, felt when she chose this type of play that "man's reach must exceed his grasp" or "wha.t's a Heaven for?" and the students lived up to her expectations. "Spreading the News", a sparkling Irish comedy, was a confusion of voices, noises, and Irish brogue from. beginning to end. The students gave a good illustration of how a rumor changes as it flies from lip to lip. The characters were well chosen and did excellent work. They were: Bartley Fallon ........ Wilson Firkins: Mrs. Fallon ........ Gracia Robinson: Jack Smith--Jabez Hulbert: Shawn Early ..,.,... Curtis Brady: Tim Casey ........ Dayton Stoddard: James Ryan ........ Lionel Kleopfer: Mrs. Tarpey--Irene Smith: Joe Muldoon fa policemanb ........ Melvin Poff: A Removable Magistrate ........ Ever- ett Mossman. "So This is Paris Green," a burlesque on Apache life of Paris, was one continual laugh from start to finish. This play was put on by the students of the University of Moscow, and pronounced the funniest skit ever produced there. The characters were: Mimi, an Apache girl ........ Dorothy Craig: Bobo, her husband ........Everett Mossman: Pierre, her lover........Billy Ennis. "A Midsummer Nlght's Dream" was a lamentable comedy of the cruel death of two lovers, Pyramus and Thisby. Mary Ellen Adams as Pyramus and Clifford Johnson as the fair lady with a, lisp, romped through the love scenes in a truly heroic manner. The others in the cast were: Wall ........ Aurelia Alby: Moonshine ........ Naomi Kauffman: The Lion ,....... June Hoke: Starveling ........ Lucille Mossman. Alberta Edwards, in the Prologe, convinces the audience it is to be a real play ........ and it was! QQ Senior Play All.oi'-a-Sud den Peggy Antony, Lord Crackenthorp ............ Verne Nusbaum: The Hon. Jimmy Keppel this brother? ........ Harvey Caron: Major Archie Phipps fLady Crackenthorpe's brotherl ........ Earl Reed: Jack Menzies ........ LaVon Wilcox: Parker ........ Julius Gaussion: Lucas ........ Clifford Henderson: Lady Crackenthorpe CLord Crackenthorpe's motherl ....... .Adeline Bohac: The Hon. Millicent Keppel ........ Irene Casey: The Hon. Mrs. Colquhoun ........ Alis Mayo Hickey: Mrs. O'Mara iWidow of Professor O'Mara, F. R. S. and mother of Peggy ........Gracla Robinson: Peggy O'Mara........Barbara Neve. -Page Sixty-eight . THE. SAGE. H . J' . Q . if Music DEPARTMENT - ew' T R - dr W- AQ- as - The music department has been doing splendid work this year under the direction of W. W. Nusbaum. As stated by Mr. Nusbaum: "The purpose of the department is to put into practice the fundamentals of music learned in the grade school and to create a proper atmosphere for all school -activities." The organizations are: The Band, consisting of twenty-four piecesg the Orches- tra, of twenty pieces: the girls' glee club, of sixty-five members: the boy's Glee Club, of forty members: and the chorus, of two-hundred sixty members. All of these organ- izations have improved steadily throughout the year and the credit may be given to the untiring and conscientious efforts of each individual as well as the director. The band has played for all athletic contests throughout the past year, and has no doubt been the inspiration of a great deal of "spirit" to the school "pep." . The orchestra has played for various evening occasions and at each appearance has been greeted by an appreciative audience. The boy's and girls' glee clubs have sung for the Student Body at different times during the year. The boys' glee club alsosang for the Radio Station KFAU at Boise. Many "listeners in" stated that they fully enjoyed the evening's program a-nd especially the numbers by the boys' glee club. 0 Special Productions This year, our special production was a cantata, "Lore from the Saga Eric the Red" by Paul Bliss. The work, although difficult from a harmonic standpoint, is never- theless very attractive and was greatly enjoyed. Much faithful practice was needed for its artistic rendition and the combined glee clubs are to be congratulated on their work. A clever number "In Foreign Lands" by Richard Keiserling, arranged for wo- men's voices, was given on the same night as the Cantata. We feel that the music department hasbeen one of the outstanding departments of the school, and hearty appreciation is here offered Mr. Nusbaum for his efforts in mak- ing the work a success. -Page Sixty-nine nffffwww f , , f 0 ,x V X Mein MW 3 I ', Q lf, ZW! 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X S f I - , -'A A' -Q5 - R5LA'T:vt'5 5MvLES Ji FEA" V-Diggs f'1.E.A- Ml3 LQHMEH -Page Sevvnty-three WW w4 WWW0W Zf 'f WWW W .7 2 2 2 ,,,, ' wi e W .A M f V, I '11 'A -. fr z 'Q BLUE N KLUB EARL HICICII AIDIN GARlil'l'Y 1214201111141 XVILSUN l'r,-:sirlsnt Serjxezult-at-Arlns See.-'I're:is. 1'UAf"l'l HARIllNl1'I'f1N Advisor The purpose of the Blue N Klub is to establish a higher standard of ath- letics, to promote good fellowship among the athletes and to encourage gen- uine sportsmanship in the athletics in the Nampa High School. This Club is very popular in the school, especially known by thier initia- tions in the assemblies. The club was also put well before 'the public when its members, with the aid of the Spiz club, sold their pencils bearing the name of the rlub and the schedule of the baseball games for this season. Another feature to their credit is their ball, given annually for the alumni and those outsiders receiving a special invitation by the different members. Page Sl'V4'lltY-flllll' ,, , . WWW 'f ,MW .1 . W, . ,MZ ,W71?7'W ' K. ,W 4 Q M ,ZWfffW'W"W " ff' if V 17 ' VW 1' ff ' V7 W' 151076 3 on I am W f M! f , ,. WW 1 QI, wr, 7 2 f J ff, ff V X V, , M, H4 X f X 9 4 .f y 7 I, 2 W W 0 4.44 eg 4tf,,,W,, X faf W! , 0. W! my y WW Z ay ,WW ,Www ,ofa Y' , . fa if ,gif my Q may Q WWW f 'fa SPIZ CLUB MARIANNA SMITH ANNA GAUSSOIN ALICIG CAMPBIGLI. President Vice-President Secretary IIICRNIUIC GARRITY MISS IZIRD 'l'l'0i'tSUl't'I' Sponsor This club is the "pep" organization of the school. The members are made up of practically all the "peppy" girls in school. The chief aim of the club is to support all athletics and promote enthusiasm among the students and townspeople in our games. In the football, basketball and baseball seasons the Spizzers came out in ere staged between y y everyone and they aided full force in their red and blue uniforms. Novel stunts w halves by the girls. These were always enjo ed b in putting pep in the games. Socially the club was a players and entertained the basket ba the Biglow Hall. success. It gave a banquet for the football ll and baseball boys with a dance at ---Page Seventy-five ff W w , mm W QXWMMWWW Wghmy W if gf ey ,H fu if . Q Z ,, ,' 0 A L A wwe fe , ,ff f ef f 4 mf M, V' Q ,, f M f JMZMJQ JR. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HARRY ROBB IRENE CASEY lilCR'l'HA MIGRCWIIL President Secretary 'Preasure-r MRS. HOWELL Sponsor The Jr. Chamber of Commerce is a new club in this school, and is to the school what the Sr. Chamber of Commerce is to the town. It is one of the outstanding clubs of the Nampa high school and was most successful in its enterprizes. It gave a minstrel, edited "The Kick-off" and administered a short story con- test, all of which proved an overwhelming success. In the future we know the Jr. Chamber of Commerce will overcome all the obstacles in its path, and gain for its reputation, the liveliest club in the Nampa High School. Page Seventy-six --sl E I WC 1 MWWW Z f fm I , ,Wf fffw gf I W ffmmfm ,Q gf , ff g,f guyz V "W, 2,f,1Z,Wffg:,7 V ', ' W Y 4 'vw We fw, 2 . Az My ff . ar W W new V We Wi' ' PM 4 ,T w K I . if ggi .. GIRL RESERVES MOT'l'O. "Faure life squarely: find and give the best." lGI.I.A SMI'I'lI ICLLICN Sl+1WlGl.I, EDNA HORTON l'rt-sidr-ut Vim-4--Presidt-nt Secretary IlARllll'I'l' SlVIl'l'Il SPONSORS 'l'rt-:tsurvr MISS Wl1.I.MAR'l'H MISS SUIXI' This club differs very much from the other clubs of the high school. Be- sides being a national organization, it is one of the foremost girls' clubs in Nampa. The programs carried out the symbols of the three sides of the triangle: Health, Knowledge, Spirit. A Christmas and spring pageant and the Mother and Daughter Banquet were its most successful enterprises. The membership this year was about seventy, and by the advertisement by its various activities it will surely enlarge. -Page Seventy-se-vcn Wffwmfwwhw f J ymfww fy 1 ff m.4Zf I 4,7 ZWWWWMIWMMWW WW xW M 4 fw W fewf W e Milf' fy 4 flaw pg mifawifmy QW, eiwff M Q af Wie 5 I RADIO CLUB BLAINE IIOALST XVILLIAM BRANDT IZLANCHE HARRIS President Vice-President Secretary MR. COVVIN' Sponsor The Radio Club is to teach its members about the radio in all its phases and to let them have a clear understanding ot its possibilities. Many radio sets have been built by the students this year and the club has afforded good amuse- ment as well as instruction. Page Seventy-eight 4 ' 4 'Q ff , . was , l 0 . it . N DEBATING In practically all schools debating has been one of the foremost activities, nearly as important as any athletic. However, this has not been practiced in the Nampa high school prior to this year. Debating was reorganized this year by Mr. Walsh and Mr. Coker. The purpose of this organization is to cultivate the art of public speaking, and to gain the present and future recognition in district debates. The question for this year was, Resolved: That the United States should adopt the world court plan as proposed by President Harding. This being the first year it was not a' very successful one, due to the in- experienced debaters and the fact that all work was done on the side instead of in regular class work in this line as in the majority of other schools. This has not been, by any means, a complete failure, only a stepping stone in the progress of public speaking and it is quite evident that they have deve- loped suitable representatives for our school next year. -Page Seventy-nine f , . , M Z ,f - , 1 .f fl' TM if 1 SAGE I . an Q M Q2 4 Q . PRESIDIQNT .A...............v. .,.,,..,,,..,,,,,............... R OY METCALP' VICE-PRESIDEN1' .,.. .. .,..,. .. DONALD PIERCE SEC-TREAS. ..,-. ..,,,....,....v ........... ,,......... . . . CORA IAAWSON This club is one of the foremost clubs in the school in regard to efficiency. Under the direction of Miss Lucas the "Nampa News Letter" was most suc- cessfully edited this year. Many valuable things were learned in regard to news writing and press work. By co-operating with the news writing class the Press Club put be- fore the student body the best Nampa high school paper in 'its history. The students in turn have shown a great appreciation of the "News Letter" and the future success is assured. TENNIS CLUB PRESIDENT ,...i....,.. ......,,.,......,.....,,..,...,... ,.., L L OYD YOUNG VICE- PRESIDENT l.,... .................... J ACK BAUMAN SEC-TREAS. .. Vi..................,...,................,...... EDNA HORTON The Tennis Club has enjoyed a very instructive term under the able leader- ship of its officers and advisor, Mr. Freeman. We feel that tennis has taken more hold on the students of Nampa Hi. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB PRESIDENT ......... .....,..,.. .,,.,....,,......,,. N A OMI KAUFFMAN VICE-PRESIDENT .,...... ........, G LYDA JOHNSON SEC-TREAS. ..,,.............................,.................... INEZ EATON ADVISOR ......V,,v,..i....,...................,............... MISS CHAMBERS The aim of this club is to help the girls in striving to be a girl that is recognized as one who stands for the home and its ideals. The members want co-operation and interest in things and new ideas and want to be able to find the good in all. They hope to get from their club, thoughts to keep and practice in the future that will benefit them either as stuudents, teachers, or home-makers or in any walk of life. Their great achievement of the year was the overwhelming success of their "Open House" during April and May. GIRLS CLUB This club under the able instruction of Miss Batie, has derived many benefits in hygienic lines. It is not organized as a club but is conducted as a. class. The topic most discussed this year was the care in a sick room. This every girl should know. -Page Eighty SDIKOXOQJZI HKOH H-1'IfJ H119 S'1HIfJ S 1 W, ,W,,,,ff4fff f . ' ffff ,W f V M,W,,Wff7?,f n Wfwwfm, 'Ne tn. SSLIHA l-V1.J f wi ' ' Q f, 1 X , f,,, 4 V ,y , M A , , ff 'W Wm, M Q W f 4 ......Mh.--,i 1, 1 -if Dil i ui u'l'l'l z!i!:'l uhh!! . L :I X, Y L Si V --Page Higllty-nm ,,,,?WyfW""'M'i""tcMk!f'e,.,f"',7'i'z W 2 My 4.9 gawk! 5? cf it ff . WAGE N, ' ,, , ap 9 1. .- A 0 9 GOOD GAMES CLUB PRESIDENT ..,...,..,,,...... ....,.,,............ ............ I R A PETERSON VICE-PRESIDENT ...,,,, ..,,,... A LBERT GILLESBY SEC-TREAS. ....,....,..,..A...,.,...................,,...,..,., FLOYD SCOTT ADVISOR ...,. ...,...,,,. ...........,...,...............,.............,...... M R . LANG When the clubs were put into the school, as an extra curricular at the beginning of the year, the fact was not overlooked that athletics play a very important part in the life of the school. It is by means of athletics that schools are put on the map. Playing the game is one thing and knowing how to play the game is an- other. The Good Games Club is to teach the embryo athletes how to play the game. A AGRICULTURE CLUB PRESIDENT .......,.,.. ,,,..............,,...,. ...,....,,,.. H O WARD BEAIL VICE-PRESIDENT .......... ,...... V ICTOR WHALEY SEC-TREAS. ............,.....,......,.......,........,.,. JOHN WILLIAMS The Agriculture Club, under the sponsorship of Mr. Johnson, has proven to be a very satisfactory agriculture training organization. The purpose of this club is to promote the knowledge of the foundation, principles and progress of our present day farming. Since this is the only source of agriculture study in our school it has been very beneflcial to those who have taken up its study in this club. NATURE CLUB PRESIDENT ......,....,...........,....,......... DOROTHY HAMILTON SEC-TREAS. ......, .,,,Y...,......,,,...... OLIVE' PROCTER, SPONSOR ............,Y....V,............................V,,....... MR. JOHNSON The purpose of this club is to study the various phases of nature and come in closer contact with the actual value of nature and its benefits. The members made the meetings interesting by reports on different topics and many ileld trips were enjoyed. LIBRARY CLUB PRESIDFINT ...,. .,,. .,,... I .IONEL KLOEPFER VICE-PRESIDENT ..... ,,,,,... C HARLES BASEY SECRETARY .................. ......,..........,.,... E VELINE SPEAR Q I TREASURER ....,......,,...,,.....,.....,.....,,,.. MABEL BEVERLIN Much work has been accomplished this year under the new sponsor, Miss Fisher. The meetings were spent in repairing books and the study of library work. V The qualiilcations of the new members are: A recommendation from a teacher. No "Flunks" or "Inc" and of a good librarian character, or one who is courteous. Page Eighty- two 7 if ,.. CU 'T4 U 'a 1-4 k ,-4 CC f-4 . f-. W ,- N , -... N 'I v-4 A ,-1 4 -- .w ,f , X . 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I Vg wgiffiinfg 'Es,5-V Va-1gf5V:e,Vf'1ygg:,+'f ' x f V' - FV 1 V: ,g,mgV- 3553: '.2i'Vf4i1",',!i JS V V , Vg V. ri -A 21' V211 3.3 .11 , -4,- ' WV V ,,,,,,,,..,ff,WM,W W, 4 I, WW 7 Mwwffffwmw, . 9 mf 'f Q A 4 0 ,pw 2' , f ' f ' A ff MZ ,gf E ,, , , ff Z 2 f M? M53 f ' . 0 gf WMM ' 7 ' Q Q C ll. F. HAlilllNll'I'UN Cuitch Much praise is due the coaches this year for the teams that they have produced. These teams were made from candidates with no experience, and some with no past training. Football was a wonderful success, especially for the first year after having a state championship team. All those players graduated and to train new men that took the district championship, and came close to taking state, shows that the coaching was cer- tainly excellent. Our coach H. F. Harrington, who has been here for four years, and has always in every sport, turned out a good team, deserves great credit, and since we all know and feel as we do about him it is unnecessary for us here to say any more. The assistant football coach was Mr.Hoffman, whose tireless efforts during the Year helped greatly ill making the team a success. Mr. Eliott, another assistant coach during football season did very much toward making the team, especially in training the line men. He has also done fine work in the training of track candidates. Mr. Walsh, who has taken part in everything from History teaching to acting principal, was another football coach who has probably done much for a future championship team, by his successful training of the third team. -Page Eighty-seven X!! !W ,wfw0W , W X fwfwwmwfwwjw W, , , ff' ff 1f'f'Wf Z 0 . f f We XZ, 47 6 f. f wht, Of ,W f va ffc iw, fw, ff aw? , A vwwwwmwfm Z! 'fwfff' fwy 2,1 'v,,hj,Wf 41 4111! df' 9 FOOTBALL This year we had what we may term a highly successful football season. XVe started out with three letter men and about seventy green recruits. After a few weeks of practice, Coaches Harrington, Hoffman and Elliot had rounded the men into a very smooth machine, and were ready for the first game. The squads were divided and Walsh was given charge of the second squad and succeeded in getting enough games to give the squad some actual experience for next year. VVhen the first few games were over, Nampa made several changes in the line up, till it was seen that Nampa's "green team" was one of the outstanding teams in the state. It was thought by many that the Bulldogs would repeat last years performance and add another state champion- ship trophy to her collection. All hopes were quelled, though, when Nampa journeyed to Firth to play for the championship of Southern Idaho, and was defeated by the narrow margin of three points, score nine to six. GUUIJING GAME Our first game of the season was held in Nampa, Sept. 25, when the Bulldogs went up against the Gooding warriors. The game was hard fought but slow. Lack of experience showed up on Nampa's side of the "pigskin" when they would rush the ball within striking distance of the Gooding goal, only to iind that they lacked the punch to put it over. The game ended in a nothing to nothing tie, but showed the weak spots in the Nampa line up, and also showed the fans that the Bulldogs had the material for a championship team. Wllillldli GAME On Friday October Z, NVilder came to Nampa to try her skill with the husky Bull- dogs. They put up a hard tight but were unable to score during the game. This was the first conference game oi' the season and many wanted to see how Nampa stacked up against the other teams of the district. Although the boys still showed many weak lvI'I.XNI-I IIIVKS lbUl'Hl..XS 5lm'Nl'lll, 4ll4lltAl,lv Flllxltl AITIGN 1lARRl'l'Y llight tlilaird HSS lbs. llight 'l'at-klv liiti llns. la-ft limi 160 lbs. Full Hack 1118 lbs. H "lVf'i.lll'i My ' "l1oiig" ".l+-lly" "l4'ogarty" --l'ai.:e ldiglity-4-iglil M Q, ,ZW 2, ,. ,fwffwwfmw N fa, , , X ,, , , 1 ,Wx W, ZW! fy f f X QM ,WM U f ' fy! V Q f ye f, . Z 2 may C' a fa aw! 'm,,,y,,ff aff wi M Q 1 spots they were being rapidly smoothed over when they forced their way down the field for the first touchdown they showed what consistant practice and training will do for a team. A field goal added three more points to the Nampa end making the final score 10 to 0 in favor of Nampa. ONTARIO GAME Ontario came to Nampa October 16, determined to carry back the honors but when they were actually up against the team they were no match and Nampa had little trouble walking away with a 40 to 0 score. A Garrity and Richmond were the individual stars of the game, makinging long runs time and time again for the Bulldog pointers. When Nampa's score was fairly large "Zip" put in the entire second string to see what they could do in a real game. PARMA GA M lil October 23. This was one of the hardest games of the entire season as Nampa fumbles nearly cost her the game. The game was air tight most of the time but a fumble in the early part gave Parma her iirst touchdown and a seven point lead which she held till the final minute when McNeil blocked a punt, and put it over for a touchdown. The Nampa line were jubilant but it soon died down when the ball struck the cross arm of the goal and failed to go between the bars. This left Parma in the lead by a 7 to 6 score but the officials ruled that Parma men were offside and this penalty would give the extra point to Nampa ending the game in a 7 to 7 tie. On October 30 the Bulldogs fell before the hard hitting of the All-star team com- posed of former High School and College players who were then in Nampa. The fel- lows tried hard but were on the short end of a 9 to 0 score at the end of the final period. All'I'lll'R SVAUGY GIGORGE XVILKENING XVALLAPE GARRITY CLEO EASTMAN Center 160 lbs. llalf Back 152 lbs. End 164 lbs. Left Guard 149 lbs. "Art" "Wilkening" "Garrit.y" "Nig" Jpdj. JJ- -Page Eighty-nine 'JN nf 7 Z 2 2 W ,,,, . , Y ' 7 Y 1 LALDVN lmllll GAME one of the most rivals for many tory as the game started, but after the first Bulldogs had the first jump on the Badgers. doing her utmost to stop the rush of the November 6. This was well and Nampa have been season as Cald- contident of vic- that the Nampa The battle was hard fought with Caldwell well trained Nampa machine. This was the interesting games of the years. Both teams were few minutes it was seen tirst defeat for Caldwell this year and was a surprise to many Nampians. The work of the coaches had begun to show and the thought possible of the green team of a month before. The feature run of the was made by Craig when he carried the ball 110 yards for a touchdown. Another was added when Wilkening kicked goal. Caldwell's only score came in the last ter when Butlage kicked a field goal for three points ending the game 20 to 3 in Bulldogs showed strength that was not game point quar- favor of Nampa. Adin Garrity and D. Ricks also starred for Nampa. BOISE GAME November 14. This was Nampa's big game and also was the district title game. Nampa came home with the long end of a when on Saturday afternoon about half of The fight started with the iirst whistle but to show on the Braves and R. Ricks forced 121 to 7 score. Te dope seemed about even Nampa journeyed to Boise to see the battle. Nampa's headwork and hard hitting began his way 30 yards for the first touchdown of the game a11d W'ilkening succeeded in putting the ball between the posts for a total of 7 points. This seemed to put more pep i11 the Bulldogs and in a few minutes D. Ricks Nampa's stellar guard picked up a fumble for another touchdown, making the score 13 to 0 at the end of the half. The second half Boise seemed to come back strong and caught the Bulldogs off their guard till they had forced their way down the Iield for their first score of the game. Nampa saw the danger and set up an airtight defense around which the Braves were completely lost for the rest of the period end- ing the game 13 to 7 in favor of Nampa and also giving Nampa the right to play Filer tor the Southwest title. ...- -, Y Y YY-,--,,v,.,,.,.,, ..-Y . f77. -7i11 Mtllililillll HAKIGR GLENN S'l'ANXYtN1l1 IGARI1 Rlflldll Right End 152 lbs. Guard 1414 lbs Guard 155 lbs. 'zlot-" "Tarzan" 7 "'Tuhhy" lCltN1CS'1' HAITMAN IlAY'1'0N S'I'tJI5llARD Full Rack 170 lbs, tlunrd 145 lbs. "Ernie" "Trophy" Vngt- Ninety ff ffWW'W""W"'YWwf 4 V 'W we f ,f. fav! 7 , 9 f ff' Q w ff Z f W . fn ffffww 1, ,ffAff, Wye, fy 0 pf 2 2 1 wma., ,, f X WWW! if wa! a am! a "WW Wi Fl LER GAME On Nov. 20 Nampa annexed the Southwest title when after a hard journey they de- feated Filer 7 to tl. 'I'he game was fast and t-lean throughout but Nampa fumbles came near rosting the game. Filer made a touchdown on a Nampa fumble but failed to con- vert the goal for the extra point, In the final period McNeil caught a pass and went over the lille for a touchdown. VVilkening again lived up to his name and converted the extra point giving the game and title to Nampa by a 7 to 6 score. Passes were the Bulldogs best bet throughout the entire game. FI HTH November 26. Nampa seemed to be at had to take a long trip to play Firth for the hard but were unable to stand the two hard In the last hall' earh team had a touchdown GAM IG a disadvantage when the next week they Southern Idaho title. The Bulldogs played trips, and seemed to have lost their pep. but Nampa had failed to kick goal and Firth was leading T to ti. Nampa allowed them a safety for two points hoping that by doing so they might make another touchdown on forward passes and were well on their way when the final whistle blew giving Firth the Southern Idaho title by the score of 9 to 6. Dean Ricks seemed to be a universal choice of all the state teams picked by the various coaches ot' Idaho. His work as guard title. Adin Garrity and Daniels also were did much to win Nampa the Southwest outstanding stars. t'll.Xl:l.l'IS l'l'l"l'Al.XN .IAUK NIGVIC llllbwlxltlr I1ANll4II.S t't'lt'I'lS HIIAIDY Alanagn-r Quarter Ilan-k 132 lbs. Itight lflnd lIl5 lbs. llalf Hat-k 1232 lbs. "Chas" "Ripper" "Fat" "Curt" -Page Ninety-one ' M WM 1 4' .fin i ' v'V 4? V fm ' N ' . " J if Z i' s Q . ' BASKETBALL The basketball season started with a rush two weeks before Christmas. About fifty men turned out but not one experienced man was.to be found in the crowd. After a few days of training, the squad was cut down to fifteen men and they were a hard workout every night. Chitwood, Captain, and forward, was unable to start till the second semester so he was not eligible for the first two games. The first game was with Boise and the team was beginning to show some real form. The game started rather slow as both teams were nervous. Boise got the first basket and was given her first two points. Then the game began in earnest, both teams playing safe but doing some real passing. Boise managed to keep the lead through- out the entire game, but in the last quarter Nampa brought the score to 18 to 19, in a final desperate effort. Boise dropped one through the ring as the gun sounded bring- ing the score 18 to 21, in favor of Boise. The next night the New Plymouth five came to Nampa expecting to repeat Boise's performance. The game was very slow and Nampa was off her usual form. The strain of the Boise game plainly showed on the Bulldogs who had a hard time keeping ahead. In the last quarter the game began to pick up, and New Plymouth tied the final score of the game winning by one point, 19 to 20, a real fight. The next Friday Nampa went to Caldwell expecting to bring home another victory. In the first quarter Nampa ran up a big lead and kept it till the final period when with a desperate spurt Caldwell forged ahead winning by the score of 32 to 28. Nampa lost three men on fouls, making twenty-one during the game, which practically gave Caldwell The big game on the Nampa floor was the game on free throws. Saturday Caldwell came to Nampa for a stiff pace set by the Bulldogs and the half second half Caldwell came back strong and could find her stride. During the last qua? in Caldwell territory ending the game 24 eturn game but were unable to stand the ended with Nampa leading 17 to 5. The nearly overcame the big lead before Nampa ter the Bulldogs were able to keep the ball to 19 in favor of Nampa. The next game was with Meridian Feb. 5. Nampa had her own way the entire game and at the end of the half were leading 24 to 11. The Bulldogs continued her shooting streak the second half and ended Meridian fared no better the next night floor and at times seeming completely lost. but never-the-less put the game on ice the the game with a score of 56 to 25. at Nampa, being unable to stand on the Nampa had lost a good deal of her pep first half. The last quarter ended with the Bulldogs on the long end of a 36 to 15 score. Nampa played two games with Franklin and the second 28 to 11. winning the first by a score of 33 to 11, with Boise on Feb. 12. The Nampa boys were favored to win but luck seemed to favor Boise's squad. Both teams were slow getting started but befoge long both teams were playing for all they could. Boise got the start, but the Bulldogs showed their spirit by hanging on and the half ended 10 to 10. The second half was harder than the first, one minute Nampa would lead and the next Boise would put a final spurt. Boise got the jump on the Nampa team end- ing the final quarter with 22 to 24 in favor of the Braves. This game gave Boise the lead in the district race and placed Nampa down the line. However it did not seem to phase the Bulldogs much, as they won another two game series with Caldwell. This gave Nampa a. place in the district tournament held at Boise March 4, 5 and 6. -Page Ninety-two . THE. .rf SAGE - 0 o , a a U The scores of Nampa's games were as follows: Nampa .................................... 4 0 Parma .........., ,.,,, 1 6 Nampa ..... 20 Weiser .................. .,,,, . 40 Nampa ..... 31 New Plymouth .... ..... . 13 Nampa ...... .... 2 4 Weiser ............... ,.,,,, 2 1 Nampa ..... 23 Emmett ..... ..,,, , 20 Nampa .,... 29 Weiser .,..... ,,.,. , 23 Nampa won the district cup presented by the Wulff Hardware Co. of Weiser, and also won the right to represent this district in the state tournament held in Boise March 11, 12, and 13. Chitwood, Nampa captain and foward was picked as foward on the district team. The games Nampa played in the state tournament were as tol- lows: Nampa ..... ..... 4 9 Salmon ..... ...... 1 6 Nampa ..... ..... 2 9 Filer ......... ..... 2 4 Nampa ..... ..... 2 0 Lewiston ..... .... 4 0 Nampa ..... ..... 2 6 Sandpoint .... ..... 4 2 Nampa was given third place in the tournament having been defeated in the semi- finalsuby Sandpoint. In the finals Lewiston defeated Sandpoint and won the state title. Letters were awarded to the following players: Chitwood, one stripe as captain: Wllkening, Daniels, Rash, Garity, Spaugy, Bauman, Morton, Bradbury, Terwilliger, Holsinger, K. Ricks, and Phillips, as Manager. Bouman and Morton were forced to quit after the Meridian game because oi injuries. This leaves eight letter men on which to form a team for next year. ' --Page Ninety-three uf x W x x ? WXAZMZ if if , M . f y j rm a Z fx Wm , y f MW, V If ,, - v 1 wma 7? 625222 fm ff A fa f 1 f f Q mf H Wm Z' Z'n,Z:'f2f M A az qw! f M new A Pago Ninnty-four 1' ,,., N-43. I amiga: M 55.2, y - X , Y, W V, V3 , 'M 5 5 Y f.,...,.. PKK , f V5 ug, - 5 1 , f , 4- ,-5 ff . Y ' w .P K 4 Nyfwyffrf f , Q ff XMWM fm f' X f ,, '21 2 ' LCM! , y Z W ,JU zz 15. ,MQWW WWMM Z MW,,WW,,,,Wm fa, W,, f N ' f 4 f 'Www f g f 4 7 ' o 1 5 ! X E "FAT" gi ra N Qeagu. V rfKST '72-AM ING 1 :H ' x . Q , t 1 Ni F i N X 4 S RT I L , CAP T. A wwf ff 1 1 , Wjmw K 'E w ww aw, Z Qf if 7' my Z"W"m.MWfw x ' N Hofsfngbl' .1 k 'V -. w f 4 . ek' .. SPA nay, K Y!! .fs-...., X X N N yr fa ,X 'N x A x. 'Qi X X .A i . Q, , ,. 'YFXT . , ' . , gh g Y Q av Il ESE ff Yi xxGLIFF" N xl N Cll17'vYaod ' 'Ll Hay AIREFQ gplljlt' Ninvty-live N . fc I - I IV V BASEBALL The 1926 Ba eball season started with few letter men but all of the men soon showed rapid improvement. They were given a thorough workout every night under the direction of Coach Harrington. The main trouble seemed to be in the battery as no veteran pitchers were available. The recruits were showing well, though and by the last of the season ought to show some real work. Although losing our flrst game to Wilder by a score of 12-9, the school is putting their faith in coach Harrington and feel assured that he will duplicate the performance of the last two years and have an- other state championship team. Harrington has a record that few Idaho coaches can duplicate, that of having two state championships in Baseball in succession and one in Football. We are expecting another state championship in Baseball this year. The game at Wilder showed the bad spots in the teams general playing and did them msome good even though it cost the game. Nampa led the entire game till the last of the ninth when a Wilderite slammed three men ahead of him. Nampa's Bulldogs next went to Kuna for deal more trouble than they anticipated. The by the score of 13-12. The Kuna battery retired Nampa men during the entire game in getting eleven strikouts. Kuna did not turn game April 2, losing by a score ot 8-3. seem to make the bat and sphere work as On the 7th the Bulldogs took a trip to away the honors of the day and added one victories. The 9th of April, Wilder came to Nampa the ball out for a home run bringing in a practice game, although having a good boys succeded in bringing home their scalp seemed to be their mainstay, as their pitcher for a total of twenty. Nampa succeeded fare so well when they played Nampa a re- They played a good game but couldn't they thought it should. Franklin and had little trouble carrying more to our steadily increasing string of to repeat their former victory, but couldn't seem to understand the sudden improvement of the Nampans, and the Bulldogs ran up a 7 to 0 score before they knew what it was all about. They showed some improve- ment in the last few innings but were unable to stand the fast pace set by the boys at the first of the game. They succeeded in bringing in three runs for a final score of 7 to 3 in favor of Nampa. The Parma game ended 6 to 2 in favor of Nampa. O'Keefe did the pitching for Nampa and did much towards winning the game. Chitwood, Bulldog short stop also played a steller game. The report of the Buhl game at Buhl came in just as the Annual was going to press. The first game ended 16 to 17 in favor of Buhl and the second 6 to 4 in favor of Nampa. No particulars were available. -Page Ninety-six f 2 'M Q ,' f Z W? WW MTM M192 Q 2 Hn ff, ,f Q QW f ff f Q 0 7, W, 1 only fwfr W 'Hwy Q! WWWWK W! W f 4 ff f s .Ml I .-.Q M an gf-Q -Page Ninety-seven , ffl, 7 WWW -fa 0,4,,,Qf ! w M, W W! af A 0 o 1 f 1 h Q' V ' 3 34 I . 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The class meet is the only one that was flnished when the "Sage went to press so results of others can not be reported. Thompson won the javelin throw, with Hat- field second: other winners are as follows: Sprints .... ....... B aker Mile ,.... ....... M ossman Discus ..... .......... C raig 4 v. --Quarter ...... .... A nderson Shot .............. .... G arrity High Jump ..... ..... C raig Pole Vault ..... ..... N eve Hurdles ........ ..... H oltz The track meets for the rest of the year are as follows: April 17 Triangular meet at Boise. We also have a dual meet with Caldwell and the district meet will also be held at Caldwell. The winners of the District go to Moscow for the State meet. - Page One Hundred W 'mr WWW,,,W f My , WW 'f ff? ,, 7 ' 542 Z f 4 'Z ff wi! X X , X W,WWffrWw0 W4,?W,,, f W, fwa M , 4' M' nv ff W. ff f f 4 2, fi V ,, f f f ngj ff Q QWW W WW W W Pug' fx fs' lhHA6 H .V 7uAA.1' W 1 Bw!! '55 as , .,.- " L, ' Wi . H 1 7 Z Sfs. 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V j: .fgi'iV9g.'?5ffu' 'VV:54'f- V , li, -V., V. .V 1 i yn -iw, :W yi W J, VV,.,,5,i.1 .- , .N , Erin y Nz-A., i, :j.g W5VQ4,,?44Sf V?:R.?+VV?', ' Vf 1 W V .V QV ' j Q15 JV K I V 'V 'V 'V V1' 'arf rig '+V . . VN... Milyiif bl . ,xVgVj.,V?W, ,XV ,V 11.313 ,VQGJV V "V A .VV' N VL if ,QV V -Vt, pq VVV4 , .5 J, V. a1jgV.VV,V Vi: V-VEQsV4Vj,.V Y V 1 V ly' V gt n y ' x 1 ' 'B' EV! V , O we ,v p Suggested Creed for Nampa liiliiglh Selhoell I believe in Nampa High School and the things for which it stands. I will strive to the utmost of my ability to uphold those traditions of sportsmanship and honesty which in the past have wo11 the respect of all. I do solemnly swear that I will not boast nor quit nor cheat nor sulk nor alibi neither in school nor out, neither in study nor play, nor life. Night Land o'sage and a. low-swung star, Alld twilight crcepin' o'er the rim O'er the purple world where the fairies are: And a. coyote breakin' the heart o' him. VVispy We bit of a new-blown moon, How many nights have you shown down so, Chasfn' the yesterdays over the doons, into the land of the long' ago. WILMA RANDOLPH -Page One Hundred Five f ...if fr A f 0 'V wg Wx ' ' ,f rf it QQZQQE W?q Z Z Z M 232 my iw a 0 o ' NNX5Fb x -- 1 V W... ' G q --.-ah- .,baot ,Al- MW CALENDAR Station N. H. S. is now broadcasting for the benefit of all students of the Nam- pa High School and any persons who care to pay attention thereto, the report of the activities carried on under the name of said school during the year 1925-26. SEPTEMBER Tues. Sept. 8: The building was filled with the happy chatter of new students and old. They were introduced to Mr. Clinton, of Popular Bluffs, Missouri, their new Principal: Miss Fisher, of Wyoming: Miss Sult, who hailed from Idaho. Miss Howells, a product of the one and only state that could support itself if cut off from all contact with the world: Miss Chambers, who made them think more of Oregon: Mr. Eliott, fresh from Wash- ington: Mr. Walsh, from their own sunny Idaho: Miss Cole, the new Expression Teacher: Mr. Coker, who deserted the Middle West, to add to our list of new teachers. ' Thurs. Sept 10: Candidates for foot- ball hold Council. ' OCTOBER Thurs. Oct. 22: Result of the Student Body Election was formally announced at Assembly in the morning. Earl Reed succeeded "Tubby" Thompson as His Highness, the Mokey-Moke. Fri. Oct. 23: The School discovered it had in its midst an orator when Mr. Coker spoke at Assembly. Friday. Oct. 30: The first meeting of the Student Council: quite lengthy. NOVEMBER Fri. Nov. 6: We trounced Caldwell. Sat. Nov. 7: The Spiz girls did their part in rewarding the "Footballers" for their happy record so far. Such a Banquet. Sat. Nov. 14: This afternoon, the -Page One Hundred Six Nam.pa-Boise game left the poor old Braves all bitten by the Bull dogs. This evening the members of the Jun- ior Chamber of Commerce furthered their acquaintance in town at a banquet given by them for representatives of Nampafs business clubs. Coach Harrington found himself glad- dened by the entrance of a-young heiress Cot the Harrington estate! into his house- hold. Fri. Nov. 20: At assembly today, the second year Expression class presented a one act play, "Supressed Desires." How could classes be a success when all hearts were in Filer at the football game there? AH! We win!! Tues. Nov. 24: The Seniors opened the first of a series of four class Assemb- lies. Wed. Nov. 25: The only thing that makes this day worthy to be remembered is that tonight school is disbanded for the Thanksgiving Vacation. Thurs. Nov. 26: Nampa played Firth at Firth. At the end of the game Firth was thankful for three points which gave them the game. Score, 9-6. DECEMBER Thurs. Dec. 3. The Junior class held the stage at Assembly in the morning. They entertained those present by mak- ing sport of the poor little Freshmen, and presented the skit "Wild Nell." Mon. Dec. 7: Blue N Assembly: in- itiation of football boys who won their letters. Tues. Dec. 8: On this morning, it was the pleasure of the Sophomores to ad- journ the assembly to the athletic field, where they staged an amateur exhibition of socker football, tug o'war, and various stunts. .'..Tl-IE Aos,.,,N,,. Thurs. Dec. 10: The Fershmen con- cluded the class assemblies. Remember- ed most, is their tuneful wail: "Why do they all Pick on Freshie?" Wed. Dec. 16: Girl Reserve Pageant entitled, "Women of the Bible." Fri. Dec. 18: Nobody looked blue on this Friday: it was the last day of "grind" to be born for two precious weeks. Junior Chamber of Commerce with Min- trel show gladdened the evening. Mon. Dec. 28: Most of the faculty went to Boise to take part in Idaho State Teachers Association. JANUARY Fri. Jan. 1: Well, if every one fulfilled his brave resolutions, we'd soon have an ideal world, maybe. Fri. Jan. 15: The men Ceighteen of theml who had earned their football awards received their letters and stripes at assembly. Mon. Jan. 18: The iirst issue of News Letter that had spread acknowledge of high school Current Events for four months, came to edify all readers. Wed. Jan. 20. The members of the Student Body enjoyed the entertainment furnished by a quartet, and soloist given by ,students from the College of Idaho. Fri. Jan. 22: The Librarians, in a sarcastic little skit elucidated to the stud- ents the trouble they gave the Librarians. ASat. Jan. 23: The Basket-ball Quintet played New Plymouth. The score 20-19 stood in our favor. Mon. Jan. 25: And now, the second semester began. Miss Payer, because of ill health resigned, and was succeeded by Mr. Epler. Miss Cole, resigned, was suc- ceeded by Miss Numbers. Thurs. Jan. 28: Miss Turner deserted her Nampa classes for some in a Seattle High School. Miss Waddell arrived to make plain the mysterious paths of Eng- lish and French. Fri. Jan. 29: The Caldwell Basket- ball score stood, 32-28: favor of Cald- well. Fri. Jan. 30: On the home floor the five defeated Caldwell. Tune: 24-17. Mon. Jan. 31: The Annual Staff was formally introduced at Assembly. FEBRUARY Feb. 1-5 Monday N. H. S. awakes to American Speech week. Tues. Feb. 9: The Older Spiz had their "inititees" dressed in kid style all day. Fri. Feb. 12: Lincoln's birthday prov- ed an appropriate time to close the Lin- coln Essay contest. Edan Casler was an- nounced as the worthy winner of the Bronze Medal award. We should have won the basket ball game against Boise played at Yorgason's. The facts stood: Boise, 26 Nampa, 24. Sat. Feb. 13: For the first time in the history of Nampa High School the Boy's Glee Club broadcasted over the radio. Fri. Feb. 26: The Second Annual Stud- ent Body party came off in the auditor- ium. It was another happy hard-time affair. MARCH Fri. March 5: At eight o'clock P. M. the high school auditorium. fllled with people. They had come to see the two one act plays presented by the Expres- sion Department. Mon. March 8: Happy are we! on ac- count of being District Basketball Cham- pions. Weiser was the final unlucky vic- tim of our Bull-dogs. Tues. the 19th: The other three class- es were lonesome because the Seniors had Sneaked from Nampa to Swan Falls. March 11-13 Idaho State Basketball Tournament was held at Boise. Nampa won two games. Quoth the fates: This score, and no more. Thursday afternoon, March 24: at as- sembly Dorothy Craig, Everett Mossman, and Billy Ennis played in the one-act pro- duction, "Paris Green." What a Scream! The first base-ball game between Nam- pa and Wilder was unsuccessful. Wed. March 31: The Librarians en- tertained themselves at a party. APRIL Fri. April 2: Kuna's baseball score: 9-6 in our favor. Tues. April 6: Blu N starts its pencil sale: Spiz girls are salesmen. Mr. Coker lays his speech "Times Have Changed!" out for inspection, at assembly. Fri. April 9: Seniors elected their Bac- calaureate speaker this morning. The winners of Short Story corgest were given their awards before the ass mbled students The Baseball team won another game: Wilder, this time. Tues. Apr. 13: Girl Reserves present- ed their Pageant. Fri. April 29: Glee Club's and Expres- sion department Cantata and play given in auditorium. MAY Wed. May 5: School adjourned to the P. F. E. grounds for the celebration. Sat. May 15: A very successful Junior- Senior Prom. Fri. May 21: "All-of-a Sudden Peggy" presented by Senior class. Station N. H. S. is now signing off: this ends the report for the year begin- ning September 1925, and ending May 27, 1926. Goodbye. -Page One Hundred Seven V in 'A'f,,, ,, IMNQQ xgMd52Z5?Zgd g5f SAGE . .. ' SOCHETY SPIZ CLUB ENTERTAINS FOOTBALL TEAM The Spiz club started the Society ball rolling by entertaining with a banquet on Monday, November 7. The guests of this affair were the first and second football teams and the coaches, also Mr. Clinton and Mr. Stephenson, the latter acting as toastmaster. The auditorium and table were very prettily decorated in the Spiz colors of red and blue. Red and blue shaded lights made an attractive coloring. The balcony was draped with crepe paper which was attached to prettily decorated trellises on each side of the table. The girls, under the direction of Miss Chambers, prepared the three course ban- quet. G. R. CO-ED PARTY At the first of the year the old members of the Girl Reserves entertained the new members at a co-ed party. The old mem- bers were dressed as boys and acted as their masculine ideal. The lunch, which was furnished by the old members, was eaten at Lakeview Park after which the new members were es- corted to the Liberty. Everyone report- ed a good time and the new girls felt much better acquainted. ELKS ENTERTAIN FOR FOOTBALL TEAMS The Elks club gave a dance in honor of the football boys at the Elks Home on Nov. 12. Speaking, m.usical numbers, and dancing furnished the entertainment for the evening. The Star Novelty orchestra furnished the music. At a late hour light refreshments were served. JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BANQUET The members of the Junior Chamber of Commerce and sponsor, Mrs. Howell, entertained at a banquet November 14, 1925, in the High School Auditorium. Representatives of the different Business and Civic clubs of Nampa were guests of the affair. The club colors of yellow and white were carried out in the decora- tions of the table and room. Elmer Hickox served as toastmaster and several students gave interesting talks telling of the club purpose, and what the club expected to do in the fu- ture. There were responses by some of the guests. -Page One Hundred Eight The delicious three course dinner was prepared and served by several girls of the cooking class. KODAK CLUB ENTERTAINS MISS PAYER The members of the Kodak Club gave a party on January 25 in the High School Auditorium in honor of their advisor, Miss Payer. Miss Payer has a leave of absence until next September when she will re- sume her teaching. A delightful program of readings and musical numbers was presented after which refreshments were served. Every one expressed themselves as having had an enjoyable time. JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HAVE A DANCE The members of the Junior Chamber of Commerce decided that they needed a little recreation and voted to give a danc- ing party. It was held at the Parish house on the evening of February 12. To insure a good crowd, each member was given the priviledge of inviting one person, either Ln the club or an outsider, to accompany im. The party started immediately after the Boise basketball game. A good-sized jolly crowd was there and everyone spent an enjoyable evening. The music was furnished by the Black and White orches- tra. Punch and wafers were served all dur- ing the evening. LIBRARIANS ENTERTAIN The Librarians and sponsor seemed tc have grown tired of being grown up and so decided to have a "kiddie party." It was held Saturday evening, February 13, at the home of Eveline Spear. The mem- bers were dressed as little children. Esther Tefft, who was dressed in a romper suit and bonnet, took flrst prize. Children's games were played during the evening. They drew names before the party and had a valentine box. Partners were chosen for supper, by means of hearts bearing the girls' names. The boys shot at the person who bore his name. Refreshments of valentine cookies and brick ice cream were served. FRENCH CLASS ENTERTAINS In honor of Miss Turner, who went to Seattle to teach, the second year French class gave a handkerchief and peanut ..,,THst1fifsAoE,,,g,. shower. During the last part of the per- iod Miss Turner opened her packages and we all ate peanuts. Are we sorry she went? iAsk Mr. Queen.J STUDENT BODY PARTY The Student Body "hard time"' party was one of the biggest affairs of the year. About two hundred students were present dressed in the worst and oldest things they could find. The auditorium was transformed into an old-fashioned country dance hall with harness, clothes lines and all the other accessories. A prize was offered for the best dress- ed, or perhaps we should say, the worst dressed boy and girl. Edward Daniels won flrst prize for the boys. He was dressed as a Jew with a red shirt, vest, levies and a black derby hat. Willa Adams won for the girls in a gunney- sack dress make elaborate with much fringe. The different classes gave stunts dur- ing the first part of the evening. The Senior stunt consisted of a medical opera- tion and the insertion of knowledge into a Freshman's head. The Juniors had an orchestra which was in tune most of the time. The Sophomores, very true to life, held a baby show and babies from all the large cities, Kuna, Melba, Ustick and others were presented. The Freshmen pantomined an angry man and two lovers, which is another kind of a triangle. The latter part of the evening was spent in dancing. The Oriole Entertainers furnished the music. At a late hour sup- per was served and all grabbed for them- selves that which was put up in a paper sack. All reported a good time. SENIOR SNEAK DAY At last the long looked for day had arrived, we were going to Swan Falls for our Sneak Day. We were all supposed to meet at 7:30 ibut it was nearer 8:30J. Those who had cars started. The rest were awaiting when lo and behold who should come along but Mr. Nusbaum driving his new Sedan. He stopped and talked while Miss Loomer secured permission for him to go and take some of us. Finally we all started. After driving several what seem- ed hours, we flnally arrived at the top of the "wonderful hill." Most of us walked down the hill and when we reached the power plant we were certainly ready for the "eats" fand the way we ate proved it.J After getting our fill we spent the rest of our time wandering over rocks, riding in boats and on the ferry, fnot getting very wetj and climbing the cliffs. Most of us started home about 4:30, but we didn't all get there till later. All reported a wonderful time even if several were too stiff to come to school the next day. ' RADIO DANCE The Librarians were entertained at a Radio Dance at the home of Beatrice Stevenson, Wednesday night, March 31. The evening was spent in dancing and playing games. 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Student Body activities of ti 10 H ff::::::::::::::::::::::::::::T ri:::::::::::::-:::::::::--::-T U I II i H li li il ,I H. P. ROSS ,I ,I HORACE P. BELKNAP ,I Ii PHYSICIAN AND FURGEON if II PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ii Ia B. B. Bldg. Office Phone 108 ll 4+ u fl 323 12th Ave. Se. Res. Phone 400 1: 11 107 12th Ave. SO. Phone 300 If Ia In lb tl U:::::::::::::::o:::::::::oo::ql Hoo::::oQo:::::::::::::::::o::j In In II ll Ia II nn na ,I J. H. MURRAY ,I ,I THos. E. MANGUM ,I :i PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ll Office Phone 40 tl nu nu 1: Old Nat'l Bldg. Res. Phone 56 :Q 1: B. B. Bldg- Phone 85W II u mu tl 1+ b::oo::::::::o::::::::::::::::1 b:::::::::::::oo::::::::::::::i 'I:::::::::::::::it2:::3:ttC1QQ-tg ft:::::::::::::::::13:::::::rt ll tl 0 X ii U 0 ii I GEO. R. PROCTOR ,I ,I SAMUEL A. SWAYNE ,I if PHYSICIAN AND SURCECN fi if PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON ii U li 4I ll :Q Lloyd Bldg. Phone 69w Nampa D. Bldg. Phone 90 1, In IP tl u.::::::::::::::::::::::::::-::A thee::csc:-::--:::::::::::,:::A U 4 ti I ,I G. E. SHAWHAN gg II GEO. A. KELLOGG ,I I if EYE' EAgf,g3SAI?jIS'F5T THROAT 5: PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON :Q Smallwood Bldg. Phone 251W Nampa D. Bldg. Phone 90 U N 0 H u:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::4 4.::-::::::::::::::::::::::32:94 pc1:1::::9.::::::c:::c::::::::1 p:::::::::::::::::::::::::::--, ll mv ma Il ll U 0 II QQ v. c. BELKNAP ,I ,I H. c. RoBINs.oN I if PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Il n H 107-12th Ave. So. Phone 300 1317 4th St. So. Phone 38 U li lb II u--:::::::::::::::::::::::::f:A u:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::4 if::::::::::::::::::::::::::--q F:Q::::::::::::-:::::o:::::-o-q 0 U U :I T. C. Senior: "What is cold boiled 3 II ll han-lov II U 0 ll ' :I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Frosh: "Oh, thaL'S ham boiled in :I Old Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 132 cold water, iSn't lt?" 20::::f:::222:I12f2:II:2::::::l LiQ:::::::::::za--0:::::::::::::l -Page One Hundred Thirteen I 1 Z 'i" Oc Q? I If :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::q p4:::::::::::::::::::p4::::::::: u wa A BEAUTY AID FOR EVERY NEED ll It was proposed to establish the A a lirinor system in a large thigh school nn ll e ma er was pu to t e students " themselves, it being figured that they would know better than anyone 1: else whhetherbltheylcould play the . am . t t t Approved Marinello Shop invite gggia Wy was pu 0 a Marcelling Scalp Treatment Il "Hey, Mu1ey," said one tough citi- . t .. - , Fam' if fE2h.?,.JLnZ5'QfJ.1.?'f"d ye' me for 1310 First St. So. Phone 535W 1, "You betcher life, kid, four ex,tex::,::x:::,,:::::::::l' times-" 4 A teacher: "So you admit that rt ll you wrotelonuths blaclirboard that . ma oo. e,at east,Iam Hemstltching, Button Making 1: glad that you are tmthfulhn Dressmaking and -- Pleatin nu FFOSIII "Sir, it's rainin' out- g in doors." 1: Mr. Clinton: "Well, my boy, just M LEOTA IR I " 'et it , Frosh: "I was goin' to, slr." wa 1 0 "Chick" Hatfield: "How lon Over Hostetlefs Nampa' will I have to wait for a shave?"g Grocery Idaho- ,, Barber: "Oh, about two years." H 2 :::::::e::e::::::::::::eeeeee, gg::::::::::::,,,::::::::,:: HOW T0 DANCE Be bold. Dancing is a matter of 0 confidence. Go up to the best danc- WHEN DOWN TOWN GIVE er. Right up and ask her. Be con- fident. After she has refused you, US A TRIAL keep on asking until you get a dance. When the music starts, ad- U vance. With the right arm encircle 'I the young lady in the vicinity of the 11 Q waist. With the other, clinch her 0 right hand. Shove off. Keep confi- dent. Pilot her in a circular route U about the hall. When you bump U anyone glare. He will apologize. When you step on her feet, be court- 4+ eous. Pardon her. Blame it on the ' ' ' music or the floor. Keep confident. n Show her your critical ability. Find fault with the orchestra. Say the ,, E floor is not smooth enough or is too 0 slippery. Carry on a conversation to ease her agony. When you nu stumble, tell her you rare trying a new step. Even offer to teach it 0 to her. When the music stops, ap- 4' Q plaud loudly and support her to her seat. After she has thanked you, ll . look for another victim. Be bold Dancing is a matter of confidence. ll 1 tCourtesy College Humor. 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SIMS 5: hlropractor 1: I 4: H 0 :I 1: Does All Kinds of : Electrothapeautlcs ll ll ll : 1 1 Y - ' J CORNER , " Q: H"MbT'TUff3ST0f1L" ' Now LooATEn IN THE DR. 3 1: 0 U UURNNVELL OFFICE. 1: ll Room 4 Nampa D. Bldg- 2 ll ll : Phone 243 W Nampa Idaho 2 Il Room 19 Nampa'D. Bldg. ,, ll ' ' ' Q ll ll ll O ll " ll-::-:::::::::--::::.c:::::::::.i Dr. DeLay treats all diseases that 1: the human body is hell' 10- 2 ' I I on soooooooooo.-as q ll 1: If you see him in time he Wiill SHV9 4: ll ll you many needless ODGFIIUOIIS- 2 4 ll :I . E Yours for Better Health 2 4 ll 1: 4: ll ll 'I 1: - at me 1: 1: nn. nn LAX 1, I l STAR 1: 1: . 11 EE Room 14 Nampa D. Bldg. Phone 22 : . : ' 5 Mrs: DeLay assists the Doctor ln 1: 12th Ave. so. 1: 1: hls Work- 1: I: 4: ll ll X, ,- .... -:,,::--::::::::::::1 4'------::::::::::-:::::::----,:4 -l'ago One Hundred Fifteen ::::-::::::::::o:::::::,,:: 1 f 5 f'7 f!f4 fffiwf fiawwmeee 2 , 'f I 1' 4 f: ff ' get y 4,11 Q -, f I Q V W7j2 Y ZW! Wf Z, . 4 ff , 4 X 0 ' ' 1, f K f Mi I ff' f , 2 W W f f W W 4 MY, Qc KKK J MMM W 2,1 www Q! wp! fa mf W Wwe M --A----AA-oo-- ----- --ooo----Q Howery Plumbing Sz Heating Co. Our Motto: "WE DU IT RIGHT" All VVork Guaranteed and Price Right Phone 110 1118 Second St. So. :::::::::o::::::::::::::oQ:: WAREHOUSE LONG DISTANCE HAULING ORR TRANSFER Chas. Crr, Manager Office 301 Warehouse 81 IYleaning-Pressing-Alterations Huntley 8z Givens Pressery Opposite Nampa D. N zunpa, Idaho. Phone 360 Free Delivery SHOWALTER CHEVROLET CO. Sales and Service Nampa, Idaho. ,.- ..... -------- .... ------ --A-------A----AA-----A--QQ- SHAW 8: RUDGE PLUMBING AND HEATING SHEET METAL VVORK Pars0n's Shoe Shop Shoes Repzlired VVl1ilo Phone 317 You VVait 11th Ave, Between lst. 85 Front St. 21 Wall Street Nampa. A BON TON Elmer Sharp CANDY KITCHEN AND - for F BAKERY HARNESS AND SADDLES UILING A SPECIALTY 124 13th Ave. So. Nampa, Ida. LUNCHES-ALL HOURS Oscar Bklllllliflll, Prop. Established 1907 1217 lst. st. PHE One Hundred S t P gif . , ' ::::::::::: ""' ::::"'::""1 FI:-22:22:22:-c:-::::::::::---, tl tl tl CIGARS eieuuurms lg EE Bulk suuu Poultry gf tl and Dairy Supplies ll tl lp I ll II 0 lp Macks Pool Hall- 55 5: Nampa Seed sl Gfalll :: ' it EE if C0mPanY FE 1 0 ti POOL SOFT DRINKS Il II 119 13th Ave. so. PHONE 662 1: tl ll 0 ll ll 0 ':::3:2:::::CC::::22:::::::::l B::::::::::::990:::C:22222022Ci LADIES AND GENTS 1: Mus Huckle: I-wueu .uu Milton U F1 f u 1 ' 't "P d' L r." I1AIRLlUTFINcI Wrl3:ck rag: slit: 0ii'When his wife home from her summer va- tl t ll Einar Campbell: "I just bought H . 0 0 a new suit with two pairs of pants." ll Ulll' P11005 Puff? FCHSOIIHNG, 11 - Jonuqisradley: "wen, how do you 11 glvc us a tual' . l hkgiriiar: "Fine, only it's too hot Next door to Library Q: 1: wearing two pairS.'7 :Q ::::':::::::0::::::::2::::::j 2'-oo::::::::::::::::::::::::-22:12 C:21:2::::::ooo:::::::::::4.-q--::::::::::::::::::: ::::::q li STANDARD FOUR YEAR COLLEGE COURSE EI GRANTING B. A. AND B. S. DEGREES ll li tl tl io ege o a o 55 ll f Id h l II Caldwell, Idaho nu ll tb Member American Association of Colleges, Northwest Association of Secondary H and Higher Schools. 1: Il Il Fully Accredited. 1: ll Write for Catalog. .:.... ..........l.. - -Page One Hundred Seventeen U WAWWWW7 6 Mb If Wwwwmmmw . W ff X! 17 W2 622 M We af 1 awww ' mag' 1, if 5 f ff 1 f - 4 Q wM',,. ff I Za? Q? A Amr ' J M 1 4' v fv- F--v ------------ -------v v---- '----------- --'----v--v - - v 11 1 lr f D If a student stumbled over a 12 Ru us . oore geology mpr' ll --- 'V Voice over Phone: "Is Mike II ccountant Howe meter, ll At the other end of Wire: "What 1: do you think this is-the stock- ll , yards?" 4' Dewey-Scales Bldg. ..- IC . Gladys Miller fReading in Eng- " Nampa., IdHl1O lish Classy "Shelly's "Adenoids" 1: belongs to this class of poetry." ll Mr. Coker says his native town 1,1:::::::::::::::::::::::--:::: was so Small they had to Stand the rhubarb on end to keep it within f::::::::::::::::::::::::::---- the City limits, ll -- II We can train you in any part Harry Robb. "Maw, that dentist? ll - you sent me to that was advertise 1: of the commercial field. as painless waSn,t.,, ,, , Mrs. Robb: "He wasn't?" ll Harry: "No, I bit his finger, and H he yelled just like any other den- I HSL" 1 College H. 1, Just because the girls laugh at 11 A ,1 your remarks is no proof that you're 1: ' The School of Successful Training Witty' Perhaps they have pretty 1: 16-Eleventh Ave. So. Nampa, Idaho. teeth' 11 Hv,::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: -2::::::1:::22::::::::::::cc- g:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::- f:::::::::::::::::::::::::::: II s. W. Miner C. L. Gregg 1' Phones If tal' Day 131 Night 648m ll o U 1: 1 ervlce tatlon Nampa Transfer Sz ll II TEXACO GAS AND our 1301-age C0, 11 ll Ca,rS Nvaghed and Gfgasgd PIANO 85 FURNITURE MOVING A 1: T., N d T b 1 SPECIALTY 1, U05 dn u C5 Prompt Service, Reasonable Rates E ll 1 I D 14th. A g S l Satisfaction Guaranteed 1: Corner St St ve 0 Your Business Solicited. ll I-.-::::::::::::::::::::::::::::A -::::::::::::::::::::::::::: V:::::::::::::::::::::-:::::- p-1:::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ll ll ll 0 I' IIIOIISCII C 1: 1 NAPPY ERVI E ll . ll Delicatessen M for M ll fl TAMALES CHILI H I P. D .lks ' - tri 1 l if .1 - L' 1: fllll 7llI'z.,LI'b ILS Ill ll and Iiunches ll WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF jj LUNCHES FOR OUTINGS AND 1, PARTIES Across from Skaggs Store fl 14th Ave. First st. so. ll ' Hr AA---- -- -------- -AA-A----A--- f :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Page One Hundred Eighteen l l Avgiyfvj , -:,s.MfwwmW,? ' W Q MM MW 6 My Zagat , , " .17 ' 1 Z ii ?w Q W,,Q,j'Q af ,, Af fe ' , sr f " 03 ' ef 9200? f M W mZw aj WI Gwinn! ::::::::::::::::::----:::::-.-,q f:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-1 H . U :: on hm shoesuings and Hed knotsin H ,, his macaroni, but how about the tel- g ,, low who twisted the baby's ear and nu The next best thing after an educa- ,, then Walkedu the floor With the tion is to own a piece of land for a ,, Dh0n08l'aDh? ,, future home. 'P ? ll 'I A M 11 1: 'Yguave 111 heard of the absent- 1: nr ,, mln e pro essor who poured catsup ll ' ' 0 'P Charles Graybillr "I h I' Has bargains in lots, houses and idea." ave an farms- " wr Martha Adams: "Be good to it.' 0 Office in Free Press Bldg. Nampa It'S in a Strange Place." -c--- AAA--------AAAAA- J Lives of football men remind ug "' """"""""' ,, That we too can push and shove Alllll ,u And departing leave behind us lv ::::::::::::::::::::--v-..-:.-U Hoof prints on anothelds mug. an ,, Mr. Clinton: "What is your ll 1' ll name, please?" ll B 0 Y Student: "Tom". STUDY OSTEOPATHY yolllfll. Sfrxrou mean Thomas. And And Be An Second Student: "Jack: haw, , n USTEOPATHIC SURGEON , It haw- II U ll Ask . c1alZIsr.laE3iotu27t,oh Freshman entering 0 ,, ,, - en were you born? ' ,, Dr, , R, ,, ll Freshman: "On the second of 1, o N "D" Il " April-" " ver ampa ,, Mr. Elliot: "Late again." ll 4, A ,, ::::::::::::::::::::::::1-:::j b::bc::2::::::::::::::::g:::::1J ::::::::,.4:::,.4::::::::::p..--,-y pe::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-1 "I'll never get over this," said the chicken as she ambled up to the Ph0ne 345 fl ostrich egg." ,, ,, ...i wr ,u ' ,, Norma McHaley: "How far are you in UEcononMcs?H U 0 . , Earnest Pftatf: "In the last stages 4: " of "Consumption," ,, I, , ..... U U BRING IN YOUR OLD BILLS u Edgar Daniels: "What's your WE'LL COLLECT THEM idea of the tightest man in school?" 4, ,, D , Aden Garrity: "The guy who ll ewey Scales Bldg' 1: won't take a shower because they ,, Rooms 14-16 Nampa, Idaho soak you too much." ,L nr --::e:::,::::::e:::::e:,:::e.4 Idtde George had been sunmmoned 8 to appear before the head of the U f::::::::::::::-Qa:::::::::::::q high school. He was receiving a ll severe lecture. 4+ ,, "Do you know the great principle Q ll of education?" said the frowning ,, M W " ma... , :: Dr. . . Faylor 1: "Sure. You are," replied George 1+ in a tone of confidential iiattery. :n ,, George was dismissed without ' ll ll further trouble. DENTIST -1 " ll ,, Tramp: "Will you give me a dime ll for a cup of coffee?" ll ,, Ph , Mr. Walsh: "I don't drink cot- 1' ll one 611 Hickey Bldg- ll fee." .I ,Q ,Q :::::f:::::::f:::::::::::::23 5 -Page One Hundred Ninte ::::::::::::::::::::::::q:::..4 611 :::::::::::::::oooo:::::::::O--1 ::::::::::::::::::::o::::::o Ei . . . . 0 Billy Ennis fburstlng mto rooml 0 "Hey, there's a bulletin up town Dr M A 1: that says the world's coming to an ' ' ' I, end at midnight." u John Phillips: "Ah! I've already DENTIST worked tomorrow's algebra." 0 11 Waitress: "Order please." lb Edgar Manning: "Whazzamatter? Nampa- D- Bldg- I ain't makin' any noise." nu --- :: To a girl every question has just ------2,---::---:--------I tW0 Sides-her first Opinion and the one when she changed her mind. -A AAA----AAAA AA AAAAA---AAA ---A Mr. owin: "What can you tell """"""""""""" ll me about nitrates! U "Bus" Wilcox: "Well-er-they're a Q U lot cheaper than day rates." ll -- 11 The professor had asked time and . na again for the students to put more GARAGPl"lNfIACH1NE WORIQ personal touch in their themes, so AND VVELDING U one of the papers which he received 0 ended thus: 11 "Well, professor, how are the Best equipped shop in Nampa. H Wife and kiddies: and, by the way, 1: before I forget it, could you lend Phone 451-w 1416-1st. St. So. U me five dollars?" ll ' ll :2fc::::::::--::::::::::::-::Qg :::::::::--:::::::::::::::: 't0t::::::::::::o::::::::::::o-TI :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ll u Dr J C La " C C -- - Y 55 .R.HI KEY General Insurance CHIROPRACTIC nu U Suretv Bonds NO MEDICINE NU KNIFE U -A ' 1: Realtor lb Lloyd Block NAMPA, IDAHO il 2:::::::::::::::::,:,::::::::3 .--:::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::-:::::::::::..1 :::::::::::::::-::-:::::::-:: II mu E. R. Brace 1: ll . ,, ax Lalande REAL ESTATE AND LOANS if Bakery 0 , FIRE INSURANCE :I CSueeessor to B3k0I'ltC, 11 Phone 83 1220 First St. Nampa, Idaho. Next door to Western Union T? 9:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::I ,----- AAA--............. ----- Page One Hundred Twenty ' II I I: : II , AA 5 WW" . X W I ..: I 1 GE , , ' T 4 I A M' Q7 W " 15.1.-I+5':S-.J-1 I: 1' . . ' S H E L L I' :E Twlford Slgn Co. 1: GAS AND mens : I: :I U 4: p TEIiI.lIiI-IIE wo WITH -3 1 For those who Discriminate I: ,ff 42" II Quality :I I , I' I : NAMPA FILLING STATION I: I I :: II Wm. Twiford H. B. Twiford II ::::::::::::::::::::::::::iif I: I: 'Fry The 1: If Bulletins, VValls and Commer- 2 II I: I I: I ' Y' I ,: , cial blgll 4 Nampa Barber Shop 5: 5 Haircut 350 I: I: II 1: U 19 Wan street Phone 42w jf II Nampa, Idaho. : Shave 150 I 1: 1: : L : ::::::::::::: ::::---:: .. --::::::::::-:: .,,, :::::::: J :x::::x::::xf::x::::'-I v::::::f::: -'-- ----Q'----Q1 : : : I: I: Nampa Investment : 4 Economy Grocery I Q 4: II II Corporation I ffwunnn QUALITY AND I I: II I 4: I: SERVICE COMBINE" 4.:Al'I'l'Al, II525I:,I:I:I:.0I: E Phone 740-J : O EE 121: 14111, Ave. N. Nampa I REAL ESTATE-LOANS- 2.---.--::-:x:---:,x::::::,, I INS U RANGE NI :TARY PUBLIC I: Il y..-----...,-...------........-- I I 4- I I: 4: II I - G0 to - I' I: 'I II q 9 . 4 :: PURTILL S Seo us for all klncls of I: I: 1 t t I: II For your Graduation Hats llXLb IIILH S 5, gglxbove I :I ': THE RIGHT HAT" I 1412 m. sr. so. Phone 747 :I If Gifts for graduation. -A E II :I I' I -Page One Hundred Twentif On 9 I I: I I II I I I II II I I I 1 I: I: I: II :nd 6 W ,wlfwwwwmww ' 4 WMM ,ga H ZW!! A ' f ny M Z .2 fam Zvi aj. hairs, is J' adv-.....,wfQ4 1 ez W aaa! M ef za 1-.I O Q p4::::::::::::::::::::::::::::- ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.- R J h Lloyd Young: "Let's play some o 0 0 tennis." Ernie Bauman: "Can't the net's D. D. . broken-'Y DENTIST Room 13 B. and B. Bldg. "':::::::::f:x:::::::::f:'TI A. L. Anderson ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Munhall-Bldg. Nampa, Idaho. ' ::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::: :L -oo Lloyd: "Fine. The net's always in the way when I play." Dorothy McMahon: "Why do you have so many wrinkles in your fore- head?" Willie Firkins: "I used to drink out of a saucer when I was a baby." Recent Nampa High School grad- uate has 3,000 men under him. N. B.-He is an office boy on the twenty-se.venth floor of the Wool- worth building. Mr. Cowin: "What is a vacuum?" Cece Ennis: "I have it in my head, but I can't think of it just now." Jeannette Kinney: "Bob, dear, you haven't told me you loved me tonight." Bob: "S'funny, I told somebody." Bill Robb: If a Baker goes crazy, does that make his doughnuts?" Miss Hucklez "Use the right verb in this sentence: 'The toast was drank in silence.' " Bertha Mercer: "The toast was ate in silence." Chas. Graybill fto Miss Bird, who is giving an outlinel "Miss Bird, this outline reminds me of this class." Miss Bird: "Why is that Charles?" Chas: "Because there are so many big heads in it, Miss Bird, haw, haw, haw." Miss Numbers: "So you have broken off a tooth, have you? How did you do it?" Billy Ennis: "Oh shifting gears on a lollipopf' In Hoboken, N. J., a young fellow shot and killed two professors, and then burned down the school house. Boys will be boys. ---------------------------f--4 The City Dye Works FOR FIRST CLASS CLEANING, PRESSING Sc DYEING Geo. G. Morris, Manager. Phone 572 114-12th Ave. So. :::q:::1:::::::::::::::sooo1::::: F::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Myers 8 McCarthy Gem tate ervice tation GOODYEAR TIRES at TUBES cms, oins, ACCESSORIES Corner 12th Avenue, 3rd St. So. ll lb.-:::::::::pc:::vooo Page One Hundred Twenty Two II U U U U U 0 U II U wa , 3 Y , . -4. WQZ 9551162 ' rf:::::::::::::::::::::::f:::"' r:::::::::::::::::::::::::::---II I II See me for your Graduation NASH AND AJ AX CAILS :I Suits U I P. E. Fugellle Jacobs Garage II Tailor ACCESSORIES I If CLEANING PRESSING VELTEX OILS, GREASES 1: ALTERIN G REPAIRING Cars Washed, and Greased. U U -:::--::::1:: :::::::::::L:i r-- ----v v ---- --v v---- -v------ I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I U U B -A----------A------- ----QQ. Nampa Electric Supply Co. H DO IT ELEOTRIOALLYH Everything in Radio J, M. PRICE, Jr. 119-12 Ave. So. Phone 201 - - --v---vv--v ----v--v.-- v.N.-3d v-f- - --------- -A---- A -- -'+I Nuo ....vv...vvv.....-.v......v i F U U I I I I I I I I I I I F I I I I I I OANDIES, SOFT DRINKS Liberty Sweet Shop Next Door to Liberty Theatre I -:::--:::::::::4:::::: -::::: II II II U I --AA-- ----A---- - - --- 'I U I I I I I I I U U U U I I I U U I I I I I - call - Hyland Meat 8z Grocery FOR EATS AND MEATS John L. Ptacek, Prop. Phone 765-J 11th Ave. 6th St. N. U I 0 Sales Yard I I Vegetable Mkt. II Potatoes, Fruits and Vegetables 'I See Me for Special Prices for U Picnics and Parties :I o. o. IJACKI WILSON Il "Customers Come Back to Jack" 2222222222222 '-::3 22222222322 Nampa Floral Co. I Chester C. Minden, Prop. U Out Flowers Sa Designs 1, Bedding Sz Potted Plants I U Greenhouses- Store- 'I 411 9th Ave. N. 115 12th Ave. S. II 2222222222 22222222322 liig ---A::::::::: :::I-I I LAND II BARGAINS IN FARM AND II OITY PROPERTY :I - see - II IVALLING LAND OO. LTD. II U Nampa, Idaho. , U U 0::::::1::::::::::::::::::::::::::::1 -Page One Hundred Twenty, Th e 6 vw, 1 I I : ,a . r'-"-O-"--' --------"'--' 22:-1 rf2:21:22:::::::::::::::::::- I: I' 1: ll U 1: 1' " " VVl1en in Nam a Idaho 1 Nam aShoe Sho -1 1+ , pf 1 p p 11 11 btop at ll 1 lb 11 Highest Grade Shoe Repairing Dewey Palace Hotel 11 At Popular Prices. 11 11 FIRST CLASS CAFE IN 11 11 11 CONNECTION 11 Candido Meridiguren, Prop. 1 NCW11, Renovated 11 13th Avenue So. Nampa, Idaho. 1 Hmllke 11 fronl Naulpa ,, ll 1 l A ' ' lb U tl B.-::::::::::::-:::::::::::::::j B::Q::-:::::::::::::::::::::: 1 Geo. A, Megan 11 11 Superior Shine 1 c 1: 1: Parlor gg Y , Y v N177 1 1 ll 4 J 11 Real Estate and Insurance 11 11 11 11 11 Quality and Quick Service 11 Dewey Palace Bldg. 11 11 -Ladies a Specialty- .................r.. - ..r. ---i ...................r rf::::::::::::::--:::::::::-:cm lf:1-::::::::--::::::::::-:::- 1 Th R ' b 1' 1 ' 1 C 21111 0W 1 1: Pullman Cigar Store 11 coNFEc'r1oNERY st 11 . 11 RIGSTALTRANT 11 11 8z Confectionery ll N Y ll 11 11 Wm. Grice, Proprietor 11 Meals and lrunclies phone 35 II II 1 U-ooooooooooooooa ooooo ooooooooql Uo:::::::::o:::::::::::::::o: r::::::::::---::-:::-::::::::-1 r:::::::::::::-:c::::::::::-1- ll U I1 I1 U ll 1 L k b 1 Cl h h fi II ' 00 your 3236 it est at 1 11 Nampa Co-operative 1: Nampa Dry Cleaning 1: 1: Creamery Co. 11 Manufacturers of I 11 Art Dunnuck, Prop, 1 1 BUTTER--ICE--ICE CREAM 11 Phone 292 1 Each a Quality Product 11 VVe Klcan Klothes Klcan 11 11 Phone 233 11 ll ll -Page One Hundred Twenty-four i P P I wff. I "f"Wwa,ZZ f A""m-MW WWW, W f , f g My I , y , WM A are-ff ' f .. iw.:-...J-. -::::::::::::::::::::::::::oen 3::::::::::::::::::::::::::4an U C ' R C The only thing you can tell by the y 0: ,I Study Hall clock is what time it H isn't. ,, Real Estate Bonds Loans ll D Mr: iluc-zen: "Where do bugs go :L U In in win er. llmulflllcc Jelly Craig: "Search me." Agent for 'l 'P IDAHO FIRE INS, CO, ll Marguerite McMahon: "I'm offer- . 1-, , 4' ing a prize for the laziest man in lb Auto ' 14 110 hlsulaucc High School and I think you'll win SUPPORT YOUR HOME COMPANY II 't' jf ::-:::e::,:::::::::::::::::::l' F0I'reSt Irwinr "AW right: roll II me over and put it in my back ll ::::::::,::::,,::,,:,,::::---. pocket." gg " ---- ll 1: Fred Bradbury: "Hey, Art, you b h If got your socks on wrong side out." ' ' L' Art Spaugy: "Yeah, my dogs got hot so I turned the hose on 'em." UNION SHOP 0 --- li :I Merton Smith: "I always kiss I' an the stamps on your letters because .I f I know your lips have touched In , -' I, them." " 'IUC M0157 Prop- ll Aldene Wilson: "Oh, dear! And f: to think I dampen them on Fido's 1' Across from Dinpatchers Office. I, nose." 1: I H w-.q::::::::::::::::::::::::ggi ..::::::::::::::1:::::1s-c::::::4 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::I :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-ny nl H tl Chas. Pittman: "Waiter, there's H 1 1+ a fly in my ice cream." C"B Waiter: "Let him freeze and U teach him a. lesson, the. little rascal 0 When better gasoline and mot- was in the soup last night. II .1 H . .I ..., I: or O1 s are re ned, We will :I "He heard the toot, but tried to I sell them, I, scoot. 1 And beat the choo-Choo to it. , The poor galoot now twangs a lute- ll Earl B' Crooks' Mgr' Take heed and don't. you do it." Phones 404--73j ..T. nu I Laura Renstrom: "All geniuses -::::::::::::::::::::::::::::X are conceitedf' I Jack Neve: "Oh, I dont know. ll F::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::-I I'm not." I ll II Harry Terwilleser: "What do yOu 1: 0. K. Noodle House Il think of the floor?" ll ll Mary Ellen Adams: "Rather n'ce. Try it h are t'red of .Sy feet." W en you 1 I RESTAURANT :: nr - I lr Harry Stoddard frunning to over- 1 NOODLES CHOP SUEY take Dayton on way to school! : Ir "Say, Dayton, Mama said to blow , your nose before you got to schoo1." : S- Sakay, Prop. ll 0 I ll -Page One Hundred Twenty Fi V6 V W !,,,,,,,,,Mm..W,mM7! 1, Mwwwwfama, ggi! I , Z XZ W Q04 Z7Wf7?7"f mifal A ' q ff 4 A aww iw , Q 0 aj 'QJ WMM ' C 0 O :::::oo::::::oo1:::::::::::oo- ::::::::::::::::':::::::::::qo-q 1 Barber: "Well, my little man, 11 and how do you want your hair cut?" Wayne Nusbaum: "Just like 41 1,Twe1th Avg. So, papa's and don't forget the little hole at the top where the head 1+ , ' , comes through." II SOFT DRINKS CANDY i :I CIGARS WHY-the ink never runs out of ll the old Waterman till you shake it " FRUIT ICE CREAM over your neighbor's lap. -l v Lauson Aki, Prop. A few days after a farmer had placed his two children in school a 1+ A--AAA- -AA-A--- --------- book agent called on him and said, "" ""' ""' "" """""' ' 'Now that your children go to school 1+ -fA--A-AAAA--- AAAAAAAAAAAA-- yogi ought to buy them an encyclo- ' """"""' ' """""" pe ia." ,, . . "B y them an encyclopedia? ll Day 3I1dN1S'ht Service Hangled if I do," was the reply. Cl d C T , "Let them walk, like I did." Il ose ar ax! Which bringgus to that old Ger- " man cradle son, "All the Sausages were bad, but Wienie was the T. F. WILSON WllI'St-" :1 -L I St2lg0 to IIIl1I'pIly VIH IIICIIJ3. Miss Loomer: "Is that your fa- 7:00 A' BI. ther's signature?" 11 8 Dean Ricks: "As near as I could Phone 41 get it." 11 ll :::::::::---:::::::::::::f::3 .-:::::::::::---::::::::::::::4 ::t::::1::::::3:::::::::::Ztttti2232222232:::::::::::::t:i::3:+1 I1 The VALUE of a II I1 COMPLETE BUSINESS TRAINING I1 ll 11 1+ I I 7 B U S I N E S S I ll I 1 C O L L E G E ' ll 0 1+ AND SECRETARIAL SCHOOL Il . I' CANNOT BE QUESTIONED gg HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES ESPECIALLY should give attention to this statement. 1+ LINK'S TRAINING will serve as a connecting link between your High 2 School or Public School Experience and your Real Life Problems. 4, LINK'S TRAINING can be used to assist you through college-in fact a ll 11 TIIORO COMMERCIAL TRAINING 1: in a school like LINK'S is the very best kind of an investment of Time, Effort and Money one can make and it pays dividends for life. 1+ 11 Sl'MMI1lR SCHOOL DURING THE MONTHS OF JUNE, JULY and AUGUST Send for Free Catalog B. C. Beetham, Manager ll 3:3:::::::::::::::::::,.,,,,,:::::-::::::::::::: ---A AA----- - -Aa Page One Hundred Twenty-six W I, '. ' I W"""0m0?f ff f ffmWW'W"'W"f W Q,. WW - My Z WZ W 2 ,Z 71, , ::::::::::::::--:::-::::q::Q4-41 :::::::::::::::-:::::::::-::- 11 Y Tl ll ll R ll Miss Willmorth: "Now, give me 4+ y 4, a sentence containing the word de- tl lp ficiencyf' lb Pupil: "The next time you go n 4, fishing pick up deficiency 'em 4, 1: 41 wiggle." nu REAL ESTATE-LOANS 4, If G. . Il v 1V me v1c or o 1ve m AND INSURANCE 4, 2 am 6 Y T g e an It g nu 'I 'i' 0 Phone 450 s. B. McCrosky ll l Miss Yodefl "Julius did Your E' 4, 5 father write this essay?" g U tl "Judy" Rash: "No, Ma'am. He ll n::::::::::,:----::::::::::::i Started but mother had to do 4, all over again." 44 --vttivfr v,.. it--v-1- --.-.v- in . . u ll fFair visitor, to Earl Reed in the I "If 1tS a Slgll, We make ltu 4, Leader-Herald office! "And so you l tl 4, work in the composing room! Isn't I :I 2 that fine! Won't you sing some- f E B R I E S S E R ,, 4, thing you've composed?" 9 0 0 ll -1 1, 0 H w ll Miss Huckle: "Do you under- U 4, stand the difference between liking tl 4, and loving?" 1: ' ll Julius Gaussoin: "Yes, Ma'am: ' Established 756 W I like my father and mother, but I 14th Ave. So. 0119 - love pied, 1' in ll ::::::::::1:::::::::::::::::j M-::::::::::o::::::::::::::::::A ::::e:::e::::::::::Z1:::::---::::::::::--::::::::::::::::::::,W :P u ll 3: I ll , Y K Y . ll ext to doing a Job Wltllili XOURSELF, is there any pleasure 11 greater than employing' someone else to do a job for you, and jj having HIM D0 IT NVELL? 11 4 ,C H In nu ll 0 ll ll l HE W OOD l UDIO " 0 tr nu nu 1-I I ll ll A M A 'l 1, U 1 ,I ll wr II ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::---::::::::::::::::::1:::::::::4 -Page One Hundred Twenty-seven M4 .C Gay slals-,me WQR' was P ' A 1 -V f f :MVN ,ga-g'7 x,j? gwgfsg , X. xx-A f-N -N x W J ff f ff WQIT X N T X1 if -f JA 1- xen, w 1 " 'rw Tv W3 ' Aww W 3. I N ,C 1-W W X 2'7" y, 2 - 1 X' ' Najaf, f V , 5, if 01,5 f , .. raawgyyv 'I P x ik 1 Gm W ' AW IIN CKJQ' QNX c ' . LGQSQJQ A Q f Wg-. m1'r , ,, T . .K!4":TQ!55. W Tiwf f b QQMSTMFZ ' -D 1 1!447'3!7-fix THE BETTER YEARBOOKS OF THE NORTHWEST show the fine artistry and craftsmanship of the, "western Engraving 8eCo1ortype Company Schools that demand the best, year aker year know that ""LUestern Service " insures 0. Better dlnnual. Secure the help of experts for your next book by Writing us at once. 1. WESTERN ENGRAVING 8: COLORIYPE CO. 2030 Wfthafvenue, Seattlefwashinqton. Iago Ono Hundred Twenty-eight I U X77 QfwfwwwWW"W"W"'f4y4ffQ'f?mef7 V.VV ' 4, .fm 'I 27 ' ' h 64,1 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::-'V f::zzz:::::::::::::::::::::::oe U II X " nu 0 A W Student fbeing arrestedjz But, Q e 0 officer, I'm a student! H Officer: Ignorance is no excuse. REALTOR I T' -- " II Fair Stranger: "I bet you are on 1 Il the toot-ball team. 1+ LOANS INSURANCE, 1: I dBiIlhRobb: CD1'0l1d1yJ "Well, yesg w ' tl o t e aerial work." ia REAL ESTATIQ I: 2 F. S. Uwhat is thaw, 1: nr 1, Bill: "I blow up the footballsf' ,, Phone 144 B. Sz B. Bldg. ll jg -4 jg H ,, So you remember way back to the in -A --AAt-A A-AA--AA- AA--g H Revolution, do you?" 1+ "'::""' """"' " """" "Yassa. De Revolution and Gin'l --A-A A- A--AA W in Washington an' all them." U :::::::::::: -"" ""' """ 'U "Perhaps you were a witness of nv U the fall of Rome?" ,, bv ti "Nossa, Ah didn' exackly see it, 0 K, U but A11 recallect hearin' somethin' 3 " nr dI'0D-" 0 ll H . U Y Mr. Freeman: "There are no FUNERAL ,, more enterprising young men. Why, , ll ,, I remember when it was a common ll DIRECTOR' u thing for a young man to start out as iv clerk and in a few years own the IC If buggnfgs-Q, .. . if NAMPA, IDAHO ,, U u en .. Yes, but cash registers U I: ,, have been invented since." 4, mi nu ::::::::::::::::::::.::::::::i 4, -:::::::::::::::::::::::::1:.l :::::::::::::::::::::::::::c-TI 'T:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-K 1 , ji gg SERVICE :uns :: I Crook sBros. Garage .. gg QQ " u NI .. Il OUR SPECIALTY H ff A E TI J: U 0 1: Mason Tires. Tubes 85 Accessories 4, f, 0 If I II . . II Wclcllilg and Machine Work 1: If If I 1+ II fl Phone 404 9 11th Avenue. If j: :T 0 -xxx::,x:,::::x,,::,:, gg ' gg tu lr mu mi :ooooc::l:::i:::::::::c:::::::::-.Z I: ir nn Cr stal Ice Sz I 11 'I Y Il 11 Fonn :, c IC -+ ' . I I Ga 0' ff 5' FoRosoN I Free Delivery the year round H U U 4 - I VVatch for White Trucks :Q 1: ll 4 Phone 165 fy ll ll I For Ice and Coal 1: I, ll H. Young, Prop. ' ACCESSORIES GAS I' il wb n -Qoc::bo1:::boc::rc::l::::::::::::::i K0::::::::::::::::::::::::::::Lg -Page One Hundred Twenty Ni 118 f :::::::::::::::-::::::::::::o-q Q::::::::::::::oaa:::::::::::q H Q ll H ' ll In ' H. E. Martm :: I F. A. Hagehn Agent 11 I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW INSURANCE REAL ESTATE II ll ' N-CTARY .PUBLIC 11 1: U ll Phones 2 Office in Dewe Scales Bldg Office 208 W Greystone : y ' R . 122J Bldg. es 11 NAMPA, - - - IDAHO ll -Q-::::::::::::::::::::::::::::i Hv.::::::::::::::::::::::::::: '::::::::::::::s::::::::::1-04-q f:::::::::::-:::::::::::::o: 1: :: , Chas. Merritt E fhl Pull Tractors - Tllresllers ,, , Hullers II U Service Station li E gg -I Nampa Tractor Co. GAS, OIL, ACCESSORIES 2 :g I ll g ll "Top of the Hill" 11 Ave. N. ll II 113-11th Ave. North. 3 II I -p:::::::::::--:::::::::::::::,i iv .-:::::::-::1. o:::::::::::: -v----------Cctv---------v------v,-.-0--v-oo--v-v--v-v---- The Kina' gf Pm'ntz'ng you want-- The W ay you want z't--- W hen you want z't--- The Idaho Free Press Commercial Printing Department This Annual Printed By Us Let Us Hehv You With Your Printing Problem .9 4:,,:l:---1----------1- -v-- -- -v-- -------v- ------v- ---------v--- -Page One Hundred Thirty FHE W SAE . 0 0 do o . -Az------o9o------o--AA--AA--'AA--O"A'''A-'A-'A-'A-A-A----A Elmer Hickox: "I sure had a hot time last night." Harvey Caron: "Yeh?" Elmer: "Stuck the lighted end of a cigarette in my mouth." Mary Turner: "How come, Louie, I thought you were a woman-hater and I saw you out with one last night?" Louie Craig: "Sure, I hate 'em so much, I always have to hang around 'em to keep myself mad." THE SWISS FISHERMAN The boy stood on the burning deck. The breaking waves dashed h'gh: Should auld acqzintance be forgot Comin' through the rye? Just a song at twilight When the lights are low Under the spreading chestnut tree Where th corn and 'tatoes grow. I've been workin on de railroad All de livelong day: Oh, what fun it is to ride In a one-horse open sleigh! Smile the while You kiss me sad adieu, 'Tis three o'cIock in the morn xg Because they all love you. Breathes there a man with soul so dead Who never to himself hath said: Shoot if you must this old gray head, 'But give us this day our daily bread! When you and I were young, Maggie- When knighthood was in flower, Hardly a man is now alive Who remembers that famous hour. Like a mighty army Going on before, I have a little shadow- Quoth the raven: "Nevermore." Somewhere a voice is calling Everywhere I roam: Eversince the day Sally went away There's no place like home. Mr. Lang:-"Can you prove that the square of the hypothenuse of a right triangle is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides." Parker Savage: "I don't have to prove it. I admit it." Miss Loomer: "Are you comfort- able in your new apartment?" Mr. Queen: "Well, not quite. I just can't manage to turn the bath- tub faucets with my toes." -:bo---::--:b4:-::----- ---- A-A- "That's a darn' clever dog you have, isn't it?" "Yes, it is. I call it, saying, 'Are you coming, or aren't you?' And the dog either comes, or he doesn't." From a High School Student's History paper.-"About this time Columbus was cursing around among the West Indies." A Freshman rises to inquire why when a. man who is out for sprints is called a sprinter, a man out for track isn't called a tractor. . We deeply sympathize with the absent-minded professor who clean- ed the cat's teeth one night, and then kicked himuelf out the back door. Not long ago, Willie Firkins in- formed his father that he was going to be a garbage man when he grad- uated. "Why, my son?" inquired Mr. Firkins. "They get S200 a week", said Wilson. "Who told you so?" "The garbage man." Wallace Garrity: "I should have more credit on this question. I wrote six pages." Miss Yoder: "We don't weight the papers." Visitor: "Why u e such a high crib for your baby?" Mr. Harrington: "So we can hear her when she falls out." Frosh fto genial gentleman with whom he has walked up the hilljz What are you? "I'm a professor of economics." "Professor, eh? Ever walk with one foot in the gutter?" UNO... "Ever make Il mistake and hang yourself on a hook?" UNO!! "Ever throw yourself down a clothes chute?" 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