Nampa High School - Sage Yearbook (Nampa, ID)

 - Class of 1928

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As .AMX Fx g fffgkx rfgab .' uf h K I J K Ulm ,gage XVH I 0 Nanmya Stfjnul Nampa Zclabu Vdumc ' vzawff 1923 , 1 ,', fy 7 M Wifi aff , , , , V, KZQQQEQQQZMWWQ ' ifw 2 2 4, 'Q M QZQZQZQEQ ZEKEKXKEK iii EEE QEQEQZQEEQEQQQEQZQZQZQ CQQQ to the fhgge W 3 Why it was put here, no one oan tellg V XB BX It hinders us greatly, befrlonds us as well, we M In meluory everlastnng, though far we may roam, M W It's among the old "Sage Brush" we remember W M 0111 M ' ' home. QQQZQZQEQE W M W M W M L W M W M W M W M W EM ees M W M W M W M W M W M W M W LQ MEKEKEKEKE QM M W M M M M M M if M K N 53 YT! M we M we M me 53 KK Q2 if . xi. W W W M v xii M W ' W gt ' M 3 PE QZQEQZQQZQZQQQZQZQ KEEKEKXKEKEKEZEZEK hx VY u we M l0AMmyrHQk M ff if :Q vvllllfll wv studied and suvcccdcd Vid M As the four short years flow by. X55 by Thom are bigger' schools-but better? X15 No, not better-No! And why: M M High School brings to us the meiuories W Of our pals and youthful dl'02iII1S, We 574 VVl1en we first began our studies M SSX And our first suvcessful bozuus W3 F72 Uf light, now lead us 011 to l'0E11I1, M W But we'll always have a smile tll2lt,S bright Vi! QZQZQZQZQ W M W M W M W M b-4 W 1 W 2 W Q M E W S Wi E W e QW 5 ...hx LT: 24 S M W M. M W M W M W M W M W M W MEKEZEKEK MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMME M M M M M M M MM X3 V MM MM yx NM M 633 M M M M M M PQ MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM F OREWORD M As the time draws near when Nampa High X3 BX shall once more part with a group of 11ew PM 574 citizens, the class of "QS" publishes the one M hx last record of their High School life-the Sage. Qi gi The bright and sunny side of our last year XB pf -that side we all love and wish to remember Kg W -the record of our active life in our Senior X53 W year-the little original things by which we W 574 will always remember our High School life X3 5 and classmates-the spirit of N. H. S. and if Bulldogs- ? 'llhis is the Annual that we, the Senior Class Q by of '28, shall add to the rest of our treasures Mg if for the years of our lives to come. X3 SMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM M M M M M M M M MM HM MM PM QM HM QM ,M -M fm nw HM nw PM QM PM MM fx MM PM sw PM aw Qt MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM ZQEQZQZQZQZQZQZQZQEQE W M W M W M W S? Q? SE M W M N M W CZ EKEZEKEKEZEKEZEKEKEZM Dedication M To our principal, J. E. Viialsli, we dedivate Q W , Q , , , . . M this book as a small token of our appieciation M pd and love for the man who is a friend to all and M by a friend of all. He is "The Favorite" in Nampa X13 PM High, who always works for the benefit of X55 BX our interests. He Wins and holds the respect Vi K and love of allg we know of no greater tribute. 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M Future: "A soap-box m a BPM Moon EZ M vvorator ?e'l1 bg, h 15?:lldIgihg9rf:h?lSf1IllldoSg' W BX IHTQE ameg P095 ' Athletic Club 45 Pep an Ou e Conn ree' B a nd 43 Business M Manager of Fee hx Clubs 4. I We "A, dignified minister 'tis if said he'11 be. XR CQueerer things h a v e W happened-b u t f e W- wg ah me!J" PK HOLLIS M. ALLEN ka N "Kind and quiet in her wg ways, she'll be loved M through all her days." XB Cascade I-25 Masque- W raders 3-43 Chorus 35 M Girls' Club 3. M "She'll d e s i g n Paris NIARSHALII 0. W gfmwns, so chic and ANDERSON M W c ever, ,,,, , . The-y'll truly be the lh-G Swede Yvlth the M the smartest ever ,. Irish temperament. ' Masqueraders 3-45 hx Track 3-4. ks "His ambition soars so BX high,- wg He plans to sail up in M M the sky." SM MARGARET fd ARMATAGE M "If you don't like the ka way I do, you know ., , , by what you can do... Monnr,LL BALXER' 2113 M Glee Qlub 3-4: Spiz 2- Workin sda habit thats M 3-42 "O ' In Bl 1 Very 13- Z ax Moon" I5Ee"P02ahogE Workinsl Sin habit I've We ras" 4, never a . M "At the Drug Store foun- Fcxtsiltit?-i:l4dbBgll5lzg M tain she will flirt ' ' , 'Q' ' hx While the sodas sherll ef- Tgerggantxlgllgfl fl if yd ficiently squirt." .u Og e U' 91" 4, Track 2-31 Assist- Xa M ant Track Coach 4: W Masqueraders 4. Wd - "To be the next Red M Grange of football M For him will be no task ax at au." Vg EKEKEKEKEKEK E201 M QEiZiZQEQZQEiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiZQZQZQZQZQZQZQZQ M2 maximizing NINA RAMFORD "For she is jes' the quiet kind Whose natures never vary." Home Evonoinics club 21 Girls' 4-lub 2. "She'll be a stenog and typist too, And find her work a pleasure to do." lGRNl+1S'l' RAITMAN "Fm going to Holly- wood to double for Harold Lloyd." Football 2-3-43 Basket- ball l-2-43 Track 1-33 Bulldog Athletic club I-2-Il-43 Counvil' Rep- resentative 1: C l a s s Secretary - Treasurer 23 Class President 33 Secretary of Student Council 4: .I u n i o r liotarian 4: "Billy's 'l'on1bstones" 4. Alforeign diplomat he'll ve, And Sail to Iilllfllftlld, or Ill'I'llilllS 'l'urkee." IGVAN RLAFKRURN "Man is not measured by his size." Orchestra 1: Chorus 2- 3: Latin club 2: Good Games club 23 Com- mercial Grading team 3-4: Science club 33 Track 4. "He'll own a scientific farm, And make things grown as though by charm." Wyl 2 f 2 mmwzf Wm 2 gf an EQZQEQZKBOE WWW IU ' i M VERA MAY BARKER Q "She's such a sweet, precise, little body." M Spiz 3-43 Masqueraders 3-4. yd "'l'he greatest beauty of all Broadway, M YVill he Nampa High Sehool's Vera May." yd KYFHA M. BENNETT "With golden hair and W a bright and cheery M smile." Glee club 23 Icebreakers yd 2: Girls' Rifle club 2. "She'll have a. little curio M store, And there she'll sell an- fd tlques galore." M KERN BLAKESLEE W "A man need not he a M lady's man to be a xnanf' zgd Melba 1-2-35 Minstrel Show lg Literary club M 1-21 Joke Editor Mel- ba Annual 23 "VVhat Happened to Bragg:-1" 25 "Daughters of Mo- M hammed" 25 Melba. Class secretary-treas- W urer 3: Wrestling 3. "At last Kern will find a Xu treasure trove, W In his California orange grove." W EKEKEKEKEKEKEKEZEKEKEKEKEKEXEKEKEKK E211 Ez QQ Q QQ 2 QQ 1 QQ 2 E3 Q2 E 51 Q M QR N ligdq' Z A feuisr W M Swfnil B hx Tdgljrlde' I 113555 s,S ZA by 1:5sggOi!5E 2 Z! M .I Sgifggblrlih 3 by 0 03111 C L 4 W M ,,'?,I elb gn 54103313 W I N , Orf t le d , FQI Y oeael ae Z, 3 EEIEEELHBR y 5511. 312 Url S ngg??1e12aSg:E hx 5M 32321334 1? li? .l'IigU eiigrdl f I ti iff WMM h ga ' Z6 M Q I,islhG 1.3011 '4 Hx aria'-EJ U e'?'Ce Q52 :Q 522' ,rs M nqLei?lC Q i1r?y1leQ3S0N 1 6 2 , I1 3.','3, telli it Ez boa Z 5 2 K l Z gzi 5 we K Qwfsfs B M l?E?EZ'EVn' Q 5 W K 5.552 QE M .Q ng WR M 5 QQ SE 5 we l:.tYl!' all' IP n, W 5 25',:,:CFfzHB we K Ji 6 Q E ,K K QR 1,gfeMi.ZZ:r y ? 2215 QEFQB lelligslzlgliuiilllgin K - ,Q Lx, 500512 c' I' fjfe y' u wg fa Q E Q82 ulglli fain ka P5 S1 Vie ysa 2 :Ilia e M E STLIZLCBSS W Z '54 22 E Sz., W it K gif' 53 5 W3 ,Y K 53 E E 4 vi 4 .Kg Q M2i2i2i2iff7W QZQZQZQZQZQZQZQEQZQZQZQ212iQZQZQEQEQZQZQZQZQZQEQZQ K2 WW 7 W MARIE CAVIN "Too low they build who build beneath the stars." Chorus 2-35 Spiz 2-35 Girl Reserves 2-35 Masqueraders 3-45 Radio 4. "In a kindergarten she'lI teach little totsg She'll like her work and teach them lots." ICMICR COREY "Just the word and l'm your man." lNIasqneraders 35 Rod and Gun club 2. "He'lI be a professor, so sober and stern, IIe'lI teach the students ALL they should learn" AVA A. COVICRT "A Portia for a judge- both just and wise." Gi rl Reserves5 2-3-45 Latin club 2: Girls' L-lub 35 Second Place Lineoln essay von- test 4. "She'lI be the head of an 0rphan's Home, And bring' joy and sun- shine to every room." Qwbh ff pq WX? ff, I 'MU ,- V A 0 0 4, Ay,-1,5 g f 1 fy y f Z -W U, 2,1 of mf WAYNI-1 CHAPMAN "Never troubles trouble till trouble troubles him." Good Games club 25 Chess and Checker club 2. "An arm-hiteut of fair re- nown, He'll beautify each and every town." .4-, ARNOLD V. t'OVICR'I"" "Nothing stands so firm as I-save pos- sibly Gibraltar." Glee club 45 "Pocahon- tas" 45 Basketball 45 N a in p a Represent- atives in Idaho State contest for Sesqui- Eentennial Exposition "He plans to be :L forest ranger, Nvarning the people of fire danger." GERALD CRAIG "I say-wait a minute -I almost had an idea." 'Praekg Footballg Bull- dog Athletic club: "l':V6I'llIlE In-ess In- dispensable" 4. "He'll marry a Duchess and sail o'er the sea, Since he won't have to work, he'll be happy as can be." KM M W M W M W M N M W M W M W M 2 M W M W M W M W M W M W M W if MSEEKS?E4EKEKEKEK545354EKEXE?KEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEZWKEKE W 2 2 f W2 f ff f :cf QEQZQEQ f ZQZQEQZQBOQ 39752 Q, xii QX ivicy A. DENTON Mg M "Thy mind's a very M opalg it's so change- hx able." wg Masqueraders 3-515 ax- pression club 5 C' ee -, at club 2-45 Chorus lr-35 PIEARL 'J' DIKE, W npocahoutas.. 4. The fewer desires, the xg Marvh of the Words" m9l'9 D63-f'9-" pm il: Girl Reserves 1. Gly RESQYVFE 3-45 106- M "She'll happy be in her rea ers 5 Chorus gx little white home, U 25 Kodak Club 2' 5 fd Frnni which she never Shell UWU, ffm' 3-Whl16D if will very far I'Uil.lll.n an exclusive hat Sholh ka Which she'll leave when W she'll marry IL young W M pnliee nop." S I W ic. I.. DINWIDDIE we "I don't need a curling M iron-my hair's natur- M ally curly." Bd Nappy Valley l-25 Mas- M queraders 3-45 "Bil- , , SX lY'S 'l'ombstones" 4. 'UYER1' DOBBSU YQ "Bulldogs, collies, Shep- I ,havent Said iiiuvhi M herds, he NI Th busyNthmk1ng." will -er -h f r the city of Of West azarene W lkriihc-.S 0 Academy 1- wa "The interests of science M M will claim his name, W By discovering new bugs, we M he will rise to fame." Xa M EMILY E. DORALIUS ka "Laughing cheerfulness W throws sunlight on all yd the paths of life." M Library C l u bb 1-2-35 Xa P 1' L' W Q-lIi?IEHEintSavc:ir rFaai1r?e, VICTOR G- DUSPIVA fd 25 Chorus 39 Girls' "There is a great abil- if club 2. ity in knowing hqw M hx "She win keep books in P0 'SPHCQHI Ones abil- Wg a large store, R dity' . ,' PM Each year she'i1 like her H 1? 0111? 3-4, B110 xg work more and more." Cub 1' Agflcullure club 45 Masqueraders Wd BX 45 U. P. Agricultural M Scholarship 4. M "He'll be the owner of a. BX poultry ranch, mg 'Way down in California., perchance." M BGEZQ Wi 234 WZ SN PM SN PM 224 P22 SN Fife :N WZ iii! WZ :N WZ SN PM SN M hi! F74 W P14 W M W M W M SN 3344 MEX I-I N -A i.: M M W M W M W M W QM iiiZQEQZQZQZQZQEQZQEQZQZQQZQZQZQZQEQZQZQZQZQEQZQ Zi ULICO EASTMAN "A student as well as an athlete." tilee club 2-3-43 Foot- ball 2-3-4: Masque- rauls-rs 3-4, Minstrel show 4: Boxing 3-43 NVrestling 3-43 "Poca- hontas" 4. "Ile will train wrestlers and aerohats, 'l'o aio somtrsanlts and skin-the-eats." TIIGLICN S. EITRANKS "Her frowns are sweet- er far 'Phan smiles of most maids are." Spiz 2-3-4: Masquera- 'lers 3-43 Glee elulr 2-Il-4: Student Poun- eil Representative 13 "Um-e ln a Blue Moon" 33 "'l'he 'l'l'ys- ting Place" 3: "Po- cahontas" 4: "Billy's 'l'ombstones" 4. "She'll win much fame upon the stage Anal still he popular there in her old age." LORIN RUSSELL FOGG "1 like most girls, and l'm in love with three or four." Masqueraders 33 Band 3-45 Orchestra 3-4. "He'll travel over the ll. S. and foreign lands, As drummer in many r-irc-us hands." I mewfdwkewfmw . , ., Z f., W5 fyf Wi hr 4 W? W 4. Z z,zWM ge? ef f Q mwdyf ef Lzsjl . NVILLIAM ICNNIS "1 never care for the frivolons things of life-unless they have curly hair." Business Manager '28 Sage 4: Class Presi- dent 1: Student Coun- cil R e p r e sentative 2-33 .lunior Rotarian 33 Athletic Manager 3: Bulldog Athletic' Clulm 4: "Six Who Pass" 3: "'I'he 'l'ryst- ing Place" 31 "Nerves" 33 "Rilly's 'l'ombstones" 4. He will win muf-h fame and get honor due By making, for stamps, a vhom-olaxte flztvoretl glue," tx MARY FEICHT "Generally speaking, she is not generally speaking." lilasqueraders lg Home Evonomies 21 Camp- fire lg Savoir Faire 2. "She'll be a nurse in a uniform white, And help sick people to get all right." HELEN MARIE FORGY "The Spearmint girl with the Wrigley eyes." Mount Saint Scholasti- ca Academy 11 Glee rllub 25 Chorus 1-2-3- "She'll own a nifty Beau- ty Parlor: 'Hair cuts, fifty cents: marvels, one dollar'." NAKX X gt N ff? YY? Qs N3 WE M W X5 W M W X EKEKEZEKEKEKEZEZEZEKEK ZZ EKEZEKEZEKEZE KEKEZEKFKE M M W M W M N M W M W M W M W M 2? M W M W M W M W M BN PK hX PK SN Z4 Eff? eos M le M we M we M we ZQZQZQZQEQZQZQEQEQZQZQEQEQQZQZQZQZQZQQQEQZQZQZQZQ Zi ESE MARGUERITE FOX "Look into her eyes and you'll see a little I ange , Look a little longer and and you'll see a lit- tle imp." Lewiston 1-2: Latin Club 1-25 Library 25 Basketball 2. "A clever tea room she 'll ake W1 In 'Phat will be known far for its Chinese cake." ew. 470-We BERNICE C. FRY "VVhen Cupid shot he didn't 'Miss' her." Masqueraders 15 Chor- us 2-35 Girl Reserves 3. "She's married, but for pin money she'11 make A stand where she'll sell ice-cream and cake." XVALLACE GARRITY "He's I r i s h, that's enough." Twin Falls 15 Student Council 25 Class Vice- President 3: C l a s s President 45 Football 2-3-45 Basketball 2-35 Baseball 2-35 Bulldog Athletic Club. "A large department store he'll run, And coach the 'scrub team' just fol fun." mb Wil? f we ,f Q!,m!,,.. ff 7, 7 .. , W. Q ZQEQZQZQ Q W WW WWW 4' mf ERNEST L. FREITAG M "The women fall for W my curly hair-but I have no use for wo- M men." Wrestling 3-4: Track W 3-4. "Come on fellas--bet your M money, "Here'l1 be the future W Gene Tunney." M MAURINE FUHRIMAN W "So sweet the blush of bashfulness." M Kuna 15 Basketball 15 Savoir Faire 25 Chor- W us: Glee Club5 "Po- cahontas" 4. M "In high school she'll teach girls' basketball, Wg And make the team the best of all." M HARVEY W. GIBBENS We "Love makes the world M go round-I'm dizzy." Caldwell 1-25 Basket- Kg ball 15 Glee Club 3-4: Chorus 35 "Once In A M Blue Moon" 3: "Poca- hontas" 43 Masquera- W ders 45 "Billy's Tombstones" 4. M "'Step into my Beauty wg Parlor,' he will say. 'I'll make you look years M younger in a day.' " W EKEFKEKEKEKSEEKS?EKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKBCS , ,WWWZWW aeszazazsza AGE zazaaiziaoz if Z A .5 M QS? M of M W ICDNA GOODALE yd if "Keep a stiff upper lip, M but don't let it inter- W N fere with your smil- ing." M BK Caldwell 1-2: Masque- hx faders 41 Gregg Sfgj HAROLD GROSVENOR yd Qngraphy Medal ' "'I'he girls all envy him pd hruwl staff 4. his dimples. kg "As secretary to Sena- Debate 2-3-4: Student W tm' I""- Financial Manager 4: W She'll write his speeches Silver N Club 4. M M on denmcracx "He'll be the noted Sena- tor from Idaho, W SN Then his state will begin M to prosper and grow." W VIRGINIA R. GREGORY M "Here she comes-there M she goes." by manor - in - Chief '28 Vg Sage 43 Glee Club 1- px 2-:1-4: "Once In A Xi Blue Moon" 33 "'l'he M Pennant" 15 Spiz 2- M V 3-4: Chorus 1-3 Savior , W Faire 2: Expression HQMPJR R' GRIPFITTS W Club 25 "The Ghost 'With all his faults he M M Story" 45 "Pocahon- is an admirable man." gas" 4, Masqueraders 45 Chorus W W Hlgrom city to city to and HA Zgtaker f th H S M I-4, o e ou e M All over lfurope she Il a- Ana whatnge'Hib6.Hr t we 1 spe s e a hx Uwe mg go Xvashington, D. C." Ng 236 gg FK NADINE GRIMES X4 W "Sorta small, sorta. M dark, sorta ready for M sua lark", 1 1 2 VEB . ater, 'vlissour - -"3 HX fziglsgllgthieric Clin "I?fIufJi,?EliI:Eunlesq M 1- C ' I CI b 1-'. f M .. I 17g you want to kiss the As an educator in for- whole famuyy Wd W align lanfis . Hailey 1-2: Class Pres- Shell try to enlighten ident Haile 1. S iz M M Nomadic bands." 4. Band 1-gba. 81, W chestra 3-4: Cla s s W Poet 4. M M "In opening your paper ' in the morn, W HX You'll see her column for M the 'Love-lorn'." M NIKE?E455EKEKEZEKEEEKEKEKEKEKXKEKEKN LiliZiiiiiZi?iiiiiiikiiiiiiiliiiikiEiiiiiEQZQEQZQ Ei M f soeaaaaaaaa f GORDON V. HADDEN "His studies n e v e r bother him, for he never bothers them." Football 1-2: Track '2- 3-4g Bulldog lAthletic Club 3-4. "In a monstrous ship, he will sail the sea And discover some is- landsvthat is-maybe." MARGARET HAMILTON "She has looked for the best in others and given them the best she had." Photograph Editor '28 Sage 43 Glee Club 2-3-45 Pres. of Glee Club 41 "Once In A Blue Moon" 3: "Po- cahontas" 43 Spiz 3- 4: "The Ghost Story" 4: Chorus 1-21 Savoir faire 25 Girl Reserves "In after years 'when she's out of school, As -t music instructor she ll probably rule." RUTH BETTS "Wooed, W 0 n, a n d gone." "Sweet and happy will be h l'f er 18 As a thrifty, homey, du- tiful wife." 1 Wmwww, ww, ff W, , f , do Q ww, img f AAA Z fc! 1, ,Z W fa- Z Zz 7 f X mix rf W 1 2 ,ma , .' f , f f 4 4 ,f,2gjw, 1 f 4 f , vga W? Via? WM .Qavi My aff -W, -if Wf ARLO L. HAGLER "One person can't do do everything, but some people make a good bluff at it." Band 1-2-33 Orchestra 1-2-33 Track 1-23 Ra- dio Club 1-2: Sales Club 1-25 Masquera- ders 15 Pep Band 2-4. "On a spirited horse you will see him ride In grand parades: he-'ll have guards by his side." HELEN HAND "Life without laughing is a dreary blank." Boise 13 Spiz 2-3: Mas- queraders 43 Girl Re- serves 2-3. "As a beauty specialist she'11 compound A cream, to prevent sun- burn the whole year round." WILFRED A. HERGERT "Nothing daunts him but women," "A Dentist he'1l be, with methods new For filling teeth, and pulling them, too." 3 x Q XX S X 9 has 'E fs M W M W M W M W K EKEKEKEKEKEKEKEZEKEZEK 51555553EKEKEZEKEZEKEKEKEZE M W M W M W W W M W M W M W M if PK hx M 23 M HN M SN PX HN PM HN PK SN PK W. IK EQEQZQZQZQZQZQZQZQZiEiZQZZQZQEQEQZQZQZQZQZQZQZQEQEQEQE W W ag M W W M M SN Vid WZ M IN W M , HN M si W ,xi 9714 ss W wa M Q XXXQX i W by M A S154 Wi R5 BX V4 PM M W Xie! M M W V4 K 52 BOE BOE X Z ft M VICIIMA IIIIILYARD "A eheerfnl person and M I1 right good stu- wg dent." , I , Y Glee Plub 23 Girls' club 1 LAIYK F' HI Lf' M 33 Librarian 4. "Mueh may be said on .The Presidents secre- both sides, I'II argue A tary she'lI be either WHY-" And enjoy he, Work im, mga Club 25 cm-gs and X3 nwnsely-H them-ker Llub 2, His- toru-ztl I'af.rezu1try 25 'l'ruvel Club 2. "NVith present politieal M theories he'll disagree, And be the he-:Ld of a new WH party-why, certainly." ka Am':l,lNl+: I.. IMIEERG M "Her conduct regular, W her mirth refined, Civil to. stran ers to I"-OIiItI'1S'l' S. IRWIN N3 hm' llslghbf dzn "His erowning' glorv is Girl lim-serves ,vlni his hah., ' we hrary tub ' Glrls Althoufxh his Voice is Club ' thought quite retro." Xa "This I round-lh9- Assistant I4 n s i n 0 s s worl Mzunugrer '28 Satire 4: yd NVill ak all records HPUIII 1-2-31 Orches- and set them higher." tra I-2-3-45 President M Orchestra 43 Pep we Band 2-4: Glee Club 2-33 lklasqueruders 1- we 3-4. "F, Irwin, Lawyer, of M course you know, 'Twill be at name oft W heard throughout Ida.- ho." ARTHIIR NV. JACKSON we "We lnust have reason for speevh: we need M none for silence." lNlARflAlil'l'l' .IAINIISON 'l'el1nis 2-3-4. "I know nothing of ws "A governor of Idaho Wlllf, hlli I QU likv U' M hevll be' he m arms. - Enforcing all laws im- Mf1Sfluf'rafIf'rS 7243 Sllfz W partiallytn 2-.I-43 hlee Klub I-2- 3-45 "Bells of Beau- M jolais" Ig "Once In A Iilue Moon" 3: "l'o- wg L'2LhOlltH,SH 43 Chorus 1-2: "Billy's 'Ponxbstom-S" M 4. "A Prima Dolinu. in 'Gui wg Part-e,' She'll win many hearts M with her sweet mel- We ody." ,u IIIW WB ' I-: Mr. f W 4 Q W W2 Eekaazszsas ,, hx HOWARD B. JENSEN M "I'm awfully bashfulf' W Art Editor '28 Sage 45 Assistant Art Editor M '27 Sage 35 Orchestra 1-2-3-45 Band 1-2-3- W 45 Poster Prize Win- ner 25 Football 1-25 M Track 1-2. h "At cartooning he will W win his fame5 qBut he'll stay a bachelor M just the sa.me.J" GLYDA JOHNSON "She likes dancing, M boys, and other fool- ish things." M Driggs 15 Masqueraders 3-45 Vice President W Home Economics Club 2. M "She'll teach a class in Sunday school, W And tell the little chil- M dren the Golden Rule." M, BX RU,'l'l-I JOHNSON "You'd be surprised if BY! they put me in here l without mentioning W Chauncyf' M Kodak Club 25 Chorus W "An eloquent orator-ess she'll be M And win for women the W Presidency." W ali 7 f Q f? 6 ff .va off Y 5 f WW 1 few! of ZQZQZQE 'ff ' if f fm 2wif?4b!mZ 'Z f , f. f J. ELBERT JOHNSON "Much wisdom often goes with few words." Hand 1-2-3-45 Orches- tra. 3-45 Chorus 25 Glee Club 2. "ln Colorado he'll own six gold mines From which he'll get ores of many kinds." MILDltI+1D JOHNSON "I like a little pleasure now and then." Girl 'Reserves 1-2-35 Glee Club 45 "Poca- hontas" 4. "She'll own a hotel large d f' an ine, In a town on the Oregon Short Line." TRUMAN .IOINER "Known as a good man who's willing to work." Jerome 1-2-35 Re- searcher 15 S. A. K. 2-35 Jerome Student Body Treasurer 25 "Live Wire" 2-35 "Tiger" 25 Assistant Editor "Tiger" 35 Lincoln Essay Medal 35 Busi- ness Manager "The Grow1" 4. "As a reporter he'1l gath- r n w e e s, Of marriages and murder clues." 555553EKEKEKEKEZEKEKEK555552555EZEKEKEZEKEKEKEKEKEKBSS BOC PM W M HN M W Wi HN WZ SN M 2-N M SX M W 3511 2234 PM BAS M SN PM SPX PM HN W4 SN M SN M BN PM W 306 aeezszszsm 'WW Manassas: 2 1 M pr Lf' X Q f am gwf W , 3 M fi uamfe Mm Q BK LEE .IORDAN M "I study merely for dl- W version." h W M' . d . 33 ' - M ',f3'12frgai,':,ZS Cfhbegz ANl'l'A ll. JOSEPH M N Radifl Club 1: Chess "l've got a mind of my me and Checker Club 2. own and it takes M "He'll he the principal in mme ih?UI,3- man to M a large high school, ,Cham-T9 ft- l W And strictly enforce each Gllll H 6 S- fjlv 9 S 1-2. we M and every rule." glgoills 1, lennls club M "As a lawyer at Rellc N she'll argue strong, W And grant divorces the M whole day long." M W. THEODORE KEITH W M "A beloved leader tried M and true," W Always advancing thc we red and blue." Student Body Presl- v f w 1 I M dent 4: Student Body AEfZ?NA .kLOLPbPR. M W V 1 1- Hrlxsllsgg' W me M lggvegxzingtz ikgaggggr Onward through school M moral-ian 4g Baseball ,Phe S965-,,, ' A. , by :lg Bulldog Athletic l'flm.0Uf,. PIWE1 35 511' fd M muh 3-4. vnlasquera, voir Ilalre Z. Lhorus dew 4' 4 8, Masqueraders 1-3- M ' "H 'll h P ' ' A 0? lhebilngrfd slgilgem "On her film? hi Alaska' W3 BN And make great changes foxes 5'he,u lame- yd in the tariff mtesy This interesting occupa- M cfiglgls ,she ll enjoy many M M IJOROTHY KNOWLTON M W "Ilim1lle in the chin-- yd roguishness within." M Class Secretary 45 As- M by Slsianf Photograph llollls lc. l.As'l'lsn Editor '28 Sage 4, ,Sh ,l 4 .h ruin yd PA mee Club 1-2-43 Mas- 6? fl 2 lfelfy 'v queraders 3-43 Spiz 43 svrghe suns me M HX Chorus 1'2' 'Chorus 1-25 .Girl Re- My "In a large com-ern she'll Serves 1-2-39 G16 e an be C0ll9Ct0I' of debts, Club 3,4- Travel Club M And collect money owed 25 109131-eakers 2- W on radio sets." --,Once In A mug W M Moon" 35 "Pocahon- M tas" 4. W "Roses and daffodils and W pinks she'll grow, M lll her hothouse garden M ! in 'Sunny 1daho'." W MEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEZEZK QQEQZQEQZQZQZikiiziZQQQQZQZQZQQZQEQZQEQEQEQZQZQZQQQZQ BLANCHE B. Ll'l'TLE "It's the little things in life that count." Savoir Faire Club 23 Girls' Club 3: Ice- breakers 23 First Aid Club 2. "F or material, she'll search the lands of the sage, Then write a book of the pioneer age." RUTH McCliAlN "None knew her but to love her, None named her but to praise." Waldport, Oregon 1-23 Homedale 33 basket- ball 13 Honor Roll Z-33 Masqueraders 4. "Africans will listen with due attention, NVhen she, as a mission- ary, good-will will men- tion." HELEN MUARTHUR "Let's hope that her hair and :L jug of gasoline never get to- getherf' Melba 1'2Q Masquera- ders 3-4. "To foreign countries she'1l never roam, But instead she'll be the shining light of a hap- py home." 5 M Riagg! if f 4,,f,'4w, f 1 4 1 4 f f W ' iff , f if E321 ROBERT VV. M ARC UM "As carefree as the day is long Nor is he sad at night" M e 1 b a 1-23 Minstrel Show 1: Literary club 1-23 "Daughters of Mohammed" 23 "Po- cahontas" 2: Traci: 3-43 VVrestling 4: Ser- geant-at-arms 2. "ln parades as chauffeur he'll be grand Driving the car that car- ries the band." JIMMIE MCCAM PHE LL "My hobby is playing with static." Nampa High R a d i 0 Club 3-43 Secretary- Treasurer Radio club 4. "He'll make our radio ob- solete By inventing one that'll be more complete." U H A HLO'l"l'E IWCLAUGHLIN "This rushing life is too much for nie." Glenns Ferry 12 Spiz 2-3. "She-'ll peck away with vim and speed, And be Champion Typist, yes, indeed." 2 is N X S X 5 sx N3 W PS3 V4 PS3 Vid X55 Vid 395 555555 5Z5K5K5K5K5K5K5K55545545i5K5K5K5Z5K5Z5K5K5K5K BSE M HN PM BN M W M W W4 BN Pak 254 PM SN WZ 294 Hari wif PM 254 PM W M 234 PM SN PM HN PM W M 294 M SN BOC M MAlUlIlERl'I'I'l N Mi-MAHAN "A pear-h of a pal and M a peppy pianist." Feature Editor '28 Sail-- W 43 Glee Club 1-23 Or' chestra Il: Spiz 2-33- M 43 Masqueraders 1-3- 41 Student Council W Representative 4: Class Seeretary- M Treasurer 33 Music W Contest 33 "Evening D r e s s Indispensable" PM 43 "B i lly ' s Tomb- stone-s" 4. W "For more music training she-'ll study abroad, M By her mystic' playing great crowds will be N awed." M U'I"l'Il'I B. MILLS N "My hiushf-s are Still in good working or- Bvz derf' Treasurer of Girl Re- M serves 43 Masquera- ders 33 Chorus 2-32 W leebreakers 23 Girls' Club 3. M "When next we see her W in despair she'll be 'Frying to teavh children M A, B, C." W MARICI. NORTON M "Deep blue eyes run- ning over with mis- W 4-hier." 'I'ied for second honors M in class of '283 Glee Club 2-3-43 Spiz 43 W Masqueraders 3-43 Associate Editor '28 M Sage 43 "Once In A Blue Moon" 33 "Poca- gx hontas" 43 Chorus 1- 23 Kodak Club 23 Ex- am pression Club 23 Sec- ax :ie-tary Girl Reserves M "She'll write poetry that's different and newg hx fShe may write a novel M or so, to0."J W W M' if Q: Hmmm THE. ...MGE W E331 CIILUIC MILLICII "Facility of a e t i o n r-omes by habit." Missouri 1-2-33 Class . Viee President Mis- souri 13 Basketball l-23 Spiz 43 Glee club 43 Masqueraders 4. "Chloe Miller of high school fame. In Zigfield Follies will win her name." CUIl'l'lS 'l'. MURSIC "We grow weary when we're idle." Melba 1-2-:QQ Radio club 4. "Ile'll own a big railroad line 'Phat will net him as much as a gold mine." VVlI,l4lCli'l' NAl"Zl11l'1li "l can capture any- thing but women- doggone 'em!" Fisher, Illinois 13 Filer 2: Fisher Class Pres- ident 13 "Bah" 23 "Pocahontas" 43 Masqueraders Il-43 Track 23 Glee Club 1- 43 Minstrel Show 4: ll'Billy's 'l'onibstones" "Throughout his life an actor he'll be, A second B ymore or ecyJ." greater tit oph- 5555535555555555155535354555555535K5K5K5K5ZK 5454545 M M W M W M W M W M W M W W W W W M W M W M W M W M W PM BN M SN PK BX PM BN IM mm., Q 4 BGSZ-QEQZQEQ fe f J X iiiisikikifiiZQZQZQZQEQEZQZQZQZQZQZiiiiiiiiiiiiifziii B062 we DORIS A. NYDEGGER "Oh, this learning, what a bother it is." President of Expression Club 2: Glee Club 2: Chorus 2-31 S a v 0 i r Faire 2: Class His- torian 4. "As a gypsy dancer in a 'vodvil' show She'll win many hearts wherever she'll go " FRANK E. -OSVVAIXI' "At arguing the parson owned his skill, For e'en though van- quished he would ar- t'11 " gue s 1 . Rod and Gun Club 23 Boxing. "He'l1 be a lawyer bold and clever, Juries will convict his clients never." BEERE PALMER "A chapter of acci- dents." Latin Club 21 Girl Ro- serves 3-4. "The famous manicurist She'll be Known the world over as Mlle. Heeref' , A W agua, f g 4 f W, 5 aff. DORIS ALENFI OEDER "Modesty was never regretted by anyone." Chorus 33 Kodak Club 23 Girls Club 2. "Things clever, and dain- ty, and useful, and r tt D 9 Y, She'll sell in her Art Shop in New York City." OLIVE J. OWEN "She has a fruity name and fruitful pros- pects." Spiz 2-3-43 Tennis 4: Masqueraders 1 - 3 - 4: Chorus 4. "The leading lady of a W'ild West Show, She'll work awfully hard and not get much dough." J G SIIG J. PARSONS 'It's easy enough to be pleasant." Chorus 1-2-3, Glee club 2: Home Eco- nomies Club 23 Girl Reserves 1-2-3-43 Girls' Club 33 Mas- queraders 1. "Down in Africa she'll hunt big game And soon come home with a husband to tame." W Wx NF N X V .N A ss 'afar FifiEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEZEZEKEKKEKEKEKEKEKEZEKEKEZEZEK PM 254 M H315 PM hi! WZ SHN fri W WK SN WZ W WZ hi! W2 W Pri B24 PM hi! W4 W Fil BN WZ H94 PM HN W4 SN PM W BCE 'f "' Q, gl7z,g,5445 gf, fa f , 7 ' aeemmmm -,H gf W mg Magazines avi , A AW 2:2 24WZ g,g? 222 wwf A W llllilllilill M. l'UNVlCI.Ii : PM "fit-'llll0lll1'll ll r 0 f 0 r Xa lulondm-S." HN Masqueraders 1: Chorus wg I-2-3: Savoir Faire- 2: M LQ! Hx :itz ?l"1'4' th r Amin' Ill. l'Il0l7'l'OR J, ',"'9? 'mug 'J "ses Hllathvr Rash in ht-r yd l":rPeJhc-EET be a florist 'minionsy M M dmlit you we H ' Organizations lflditor '28 ' ' Sage 4: tllee club 3- we W 4: Spiz 2-3-4: "Once ln A Blue Moon" 33 M M "Pom-ahontas" 4. W "ln Nalnpa High she yd learn:-fl to write-, PM So she-'ll he a lite-rary M star so bright." BSS JlllAliS lc. ILXSII 223 "There ought to ln- a M an lot of good work in him, none- of it evvr W W same out." Basketball 2-3-43 Foot- M M hall 4:1131-lst-lmall 2-3: Pocate-l o :lg Bulldog , , , , , , if Mhlm. muh 2-3-43 xiwmix umsoi. fd W Seq-reta2'y-'l'r-ensure-r "Quito like- tht- famous M Bulldog Athletic club little' tlrw-bllSy vvery pg 4, nnnu e." "lle'll he famous for his .gc Gln Re' M by 'vfdvil' skit, ' " " XVhc3rever he-'ll go he'll "She-'ll be a lady con- M mg.1,ke glhig hit." iluotor of a railroad yd ram: W Hut this unusual position MH will not make her M vain." M HUNVARID RICYNOLDS Md gg "Eat, drink, and be . ., , ,,, M mc-rry, for tomorrow IH4'iUN" hukhsu I t M we may have a quiz." " ,ova ma os io war by llomedale 13 Football lfghlt, but the iw-rlvr Mg 1-2-3-45 li' .' l' ll 1-25 car ." M Track 2-4.459111 Class President 2: M 1 . - 4 7' . . ' "On the uhingle above his gldspogtggll Pi W 'p1?:.mrSi::lxLkle E Rey, B,ase-hall 1-2-3g Bas- pd nom M bu ' kethall 2-43 Band 1- XE " ' ' 2-33 Bulldog Athletic BX Club 1-2-ss-45 Athletic Vg Editor '28 Sage 45 M Student Body Repro- M ss-ntative 4. W "A football coach of great renown M M Will he Deane Ricks of W Nampa town." W 326555553EK555155EKEKEKEKEKEKEKZSZEKEKBOE E351 WMWWZ WK Zyywwlnwmmwwh .Mi fi., Q f I ff 4 XZ!!! yx WW X fi, fn f Mya -Q fy 7 f, 7? 4, Z Z X 4 if , 1 w f KEQZQZQEQW WW Z Z Q4 ff 3331, My Zu! Xa 294 Vis 25 ELIZA I. ROBINSON wg M "Silence n e V e r be- kd trayed anyone." hx Chorus 33 Kodak Club wg M 23 Girls' Club 2. Xa "As telephone girl she'll , ., , , give you the Wrong .IOIUN 0. R051 SEK number, "Coolidge d0esn't talk M If you call for a lawyer much either." M you may get a plumb- Science Club 23 Radio hx er." Club 2. yd "A paper he'll edit that M will publish the news, M But in it he'll omit all hx political views." xg pd FRED F. RUEGG xg "It is the part of wo- W men to moan and Wd groan, M VVhen such ones as Fred M are yet alone." MARIAN RUMMEL M hx VVrestling 43 Agricul- "Curly locks, curly M ture Club 4, Rod and locks, wilt thou be yd Gun Club 2, Debat- mine?" W ing Club 2. Clarkston, Wn., 1-2-31 M A-H 'I . . Pres. of Campfire club PM efclreligua prophet and :lag Latin Club 2-35 W If we'll have a sunny or fjlee 12-31 Ulfl Rc' W rainy spell." bervm 1'2' M "As an interior decorator BX she'll beautify homes, gd By creating charm in all M of the rooms." M W CLARENCE SAP1' we "Never idle a moment M yet always willing to M I lend a. hand." A Current Event Club 2, wg Debating' Club 3' Glee . 1 . 4 , ', IVA DELL SABIIN M Qlub 4' Mmbtrel show "A bonny lass we will M ax U ' , confess WR A great evangelist he'1l IS pleasing to the eye," M be . Masqueraders 3-45 Ko- M Caffymg the 42,0 S 11 el dak Club 2, Chorus 1. W across the Sea- "In swimming she'll hold yd a championship, M ln the Atlantic- each M morning she will take gy a dip." Wg 512525252525 254 M bil M W W4 HN M W Wi 2-54 WZ 234 Sv? W P12 SN WK' BX WZ 254 M W WZ W WZ W PM W WZ W it 3055555555555 rv Kal G3 A-I M70 ? V gee ,t YZ Qi,67Zny, 2? j?'f QWW Zz 5zw'7W W ' M zszszszsm W MILDRED E. SANDERS W M "She may lose her head M but not her heart- W somebody's got it." W Orchestra 1-2-3-43 Glee M Club 2-3: aecompan- Xa ist of Boys' Glee Club W 3-4: accompanist of W Boys' Quartette 3-43 M Masqueraders 3-43 H M Girl Reserves 1-2.3, MARoA1m'r A. SAVAGE W "Bi1ly's Tonibstonesn "She's a friend to ev- W M '4. eryonef' "Each month she'll com- SIHZ 39 Girls Rifle M W pose a jazzy Song' Club 3: Girls Club 3. W And be hapliy with her "She will collect spiders M musie the whole :lay and insects and bugs M NHS And meme Uwniin Ng W earthen jugs." fd if PARKER N. SAVAGE xg "Gone, fled, l have lost W it forever, Wd My splendid original FK joke." XB Football 2-3-4: Base- M ball 3: Bulldog Ath- i kg hx lam Cmb4. PQYEIRENEY yd "He'll run a peanut and SfTiWASI1iIGhR M p0p-c0,-n stand Her smiles have won M And have, with ir, a big her lots Of friends- W brass band." Lone Tree 1: Chorus 3-45 Savolr Faire Z. M "ln future years she'll M sell many books, W Her shop will be the voz- W M lest of nooks." M N HARRIET ELLEN we if sci-IWASINGER Xi W "Her reputation is com- plete W M And fair without 21 flaw," FLOYD W. SCOTT M W Lone Tree 1: Ch0I'US 33 "Laugh and the world W Glee Club 4, Poca- laughs with you." M h0I1t2l-S" 43 S a V i o r Werner, North Dakota, M Faire 2- 1-2: Basketball 2: N "ln a large high school 45005 Games Cl'-lb 31 wg M she'll teach girls to "Thr Nfiturgllizfgglvnlj M sew, jour " : " e ea- Along this line she'll COYYS SDOU-Gd C3-lf" hx teach them all they 33 "BillY'S T0mb- wg should know." stones' 4. M "I-le'll be a. great mathe- M matlcian, but he'll lose W his hair, ya M Trying' to make the cir- W cle square." M W W NEZEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEZEKEKEKEKEKEKM E371 aozxasasases f iiiiiiiiiiiiZQEQZQZQZQZQZQEQQZQZQZQZQZQZQZQZQEQZQZQ fe, 2 INA L. SCOTT "A friendly little Miss: sweet, dainty and clever." Werner, North Dakota, 13 Secretary Girl Re- serves3 Current Events Club 2. "As a Remington agent she will travel And the mysteries of speed to the students unravel. DEMA SHARE "The beautiful is never plentiful." Masqueraders 1-4Q Spiz 2-3-42 Girl Reserves 2. "As manager's wife, in a Department Store, She'll help select articles galore." BERTHA SHELDON "A keen pal, a good sport, and lots of fun." Spiz 2-3-41 Spiz Yell Leader33 Student Council Representa- tive 43 Masqueraders 3-43 Secretary Mas- queraders 43 Girls' Rifle Club 23 Savoir Faire 23 Chorus 1-2. "By her pep and vigor shell receive great ame, By winning contests in the Olympic game." y, 4 , 1 fo, . , . i , f V M I 5 4' f Z Q 297 40? ff? , Q! W1 H I HARRY A. SEALEY "When a wise man gives thee b e t t e r counsel, give me mine again." Chorus 1-2-32 Tennis 1- 2-3-43 Track 4. "He'1l be a manufacturer of new, harmless cough d rops, C'1'is said 'he-'ll make them out of hopS.J" REUBEN SHAWHAN "1've heard that worry turns the hair gray." Radio Club 33 Mas- queraders 3-4g Agri- culture Club 43 Glee Club 4. "He will work in a New York bankg 'Phe position he'll hold will be of high rank." BENNIE SHIMANEK "It's safer being meek than fierce." Kuna 1-2. "He will be a traffic cop, And tell the cars when to stop." is S lx get N gs? M W M W M W M W M EKEKEKEKEZEKEKEKEKEZPKEZEKEKKEKEZEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEK M M W M W M W M W M W M W M W W 3? M W M W M HN M HN M BN FK BN PK SN Z6 IM Manassas MEQZQEQZQZQEQZQEQEQZQEQEiEikiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii RONALD SHUMATE "l'hem 4-urly hail'-that brown eyes." Radio Club 3: Mas- queraders 4: Tennis 4: Track 4. " "Vis quite probable that an inventor he'll be, VVe don't know what he'll make, hut just wait and see." l'AlI.IilNl'I SLUSSER "Pretty to talk with, nice to walk with, and refreshing to look upon." lllasqueraders 3-4: SS21- voir Faire 25 Latin Club 25 Girls' Rifle Club 2. "In her bakery shop she'll sell pie and cake, And many other good things that she'll bake" ICLOISE SMITH "Charm wins the sight and merit wins the soul." Spiz 2-3-4: Masquera- ders 3-45 Girl Re- serves 13 Savoir Faire 2. "She'll go to China and teach shorthand, And enjoy her work in this foreign land." WW W 1-,W fffffffff f f W7 0 iw f42'fWZf Ky? 2 aaa gag 2Q4yQ4QZf 522 aa? aW,,f af Z?fW ff ,,,,,,,,WW,,,,,W, W ff ff " 14 WW Wa W ww? ff, Ziiiiiii E391 MARGARET A. SITES "I melancholy! I am not melancholy!" Spiz 2-3-43 Savoir Faire 23 Masquera- ders 15 .lunlor Cham- ber of Commerce 2: Glee Club 13 Chorus Ig "'l'he Pennant" I: Girls' Rifle Club 2. "ln a department store she'll make many sales By selling all things- from straw hats to pails." ELLA ANN SMITH "All true ambition and aspirations are with- out comparisons." President Girl Reserves 2-33 Masqueraders 1- 3-4: Secretary Home ldconomios Club 2: Glee Club 2-3-43 "Once In A Blue Moon" 33 Chorus 1-2-33 Sa- voir Faire 23 "Poca- hontas" 4, "As a national leader of the Girl Scout Band She'll increase the mem- bership on every hand" IGRVINIC M. SNELI. "Why so quiet in this gay world?" Spiz 2-3-4g Masquera- ders 1-3-43 Chorus 1- 2: Home Economics Club 2. "In her work of art she will excel By painting dishes beau- tifully and well." EKEKEKEZEZEZEKEKEZEKEZM M W M W M N M W M W M W M W M 3? M W M W M W M W M W M W M W 56 KEKEKEKEZEKEZEKEKEZEKEKEKEKEK Eekzizszsm Mzszszsii SN V14 PK M HN VAR M M W Vid PV! M hx ARTHUR sPAUoY we "I may be taller than t h e average, b ll t M :Q theng, so was Lm- wg Friggull 2-3-45 Foot- ka M 532: HELEN WMM aid ki-tba.ll Captain 45 "Her mind iS like 21 W3 Baseball 2-3: Class 3 mQ0n,. ,theI'e'S 8. M V ic e President 4: man 'Il lt- M Junior Rotarian 43 D95 M0ll'l9S, Iowa 1-21 we W Bulldog Athletic club SDiZ 3-43 fM2-SQUGF3-' 2-3-45 Vice President diffs 3-4: Debatte 32 M sf Bulldog Athletic club C5106 Club 1-2-3. Mu- bx 3: "Billy's 'P om b - Sic 'Honor Society 1- We 4' 52,1251 W4 'AH115511112m:s1e,:::: Hi Y M , ' a . W Hisslfggyzsttxyill Win in "Shell he someone's lov- xg M whatever they do." Angg ngvilili-2 lhim, the in- M W terest of her life." we M M ,, , . Wd ii "Til-'ji1S2T,iE?Si a Shy M pm Rirgfiiid ig Icebreak- NE ers 23 Chorus 2-33 hx Girl Reserves. Md "As a champion bicyciisn ERNEST STEWART xg M Hg: E525 vlxllfoglnknbwn "Earnest and sincere." ' HN in every town." HV1-eiriilulture Club 4. yd M bigetolersrgggr feet are M Stewart's shoes will fir Wg W ' one and all." 34 53 af VIOLA sT1'rH 'Mi gl Qi W iizmizgsvalioin ist M .an unkind thought." M 'Pied for second honors we W in class of '283 "The Naturalization court" M M 3':.E:fpress1on Cluli 25 W 511515. First Aid Llub GEORGE VSTIBUREK yd "With book and pencil HH I vyasnw so basil' M M pen and rule, , fill Id make Q mt hx shell spend her life at H WWF me ladies-. wg teaching school," In his well equipped M M Olgiallgciils into new he'll W camouflage." W Zi? 53 R5 R if 87,4 XE W VH PK M 'SZ iff W Vid 305551445555155545553QEEKEKEKEKREKIKQFKIKBUE ff' Wy, V fy Mm I fgffwa, X, Z 4, aeezizszsaa A iiiiiiiifi ag 'Mew M hx lmonls TAYLOR Mg PM "Her moods are alsvayi ka Q21"QZaQfif,ge Qfygfl RANDALL THOMPSON E W Masqueraders 4: Kodak "Continued eloquence ' M Editor '28 gagexmilz weariesf' 2 4 l4il'll Fluh 3 " e Joke Editor ' 8 Sage 3 W Dean-oll's Spotted Bulldog Athletic club wg I':llf" 3, 3-4: Assistant Base- M "hh:-'s writing novels, ball manager 2: Base- kg . . . . hall manager 3: Foot- short .md Slldlllly, ' W Ulln blllllllflfhl always are ball Manager 4' De' W ,U lmllm.-,H hate 2-3j4Q Masque- M ' raders 4: Silver N M Club 41 Chorus 1-2: SX "Billy's Tombstone" Vg 4. M "As a real estate agent M much land he'1l sell yd BX lst-cause of his ability to M talk so well." M W JAY R. 'PHITESON W pd 'Al 4-ould enjoy life if l R5 4lillll't have to study" pf Fitltlwtlll lg 2 Magllbil, NE . 'l 'f 'z 3 1' .- hx f,:l',Hgf,lQ'4' "rm STELLA C. TIDWELL Mg -- hi V- A h -11 "lt's wiser being good M lst tl igulpfnles e Wl than bady M His fwttllres known both Helllef. Utah 1: -Green wg W m U. and fm.--l River, Utah 2: Salt Lake City, Utah 33 M PM Glee Club 24 hx "ln a little farm she will wa raise honey bees, M And live a. happy life of M W ease Md W l'llARI,lCS VAN NAME we if Hi-Q there with liia M big llaw! Haw!" W hx llwlbrliall 2-3-41 Baseball tl, Track 3-4: Band H 1 M I!-4: Orchestra 4. AIIYCE LEONE WARD M N "A Slllflflllf-Z' sailor he will "Men may 007716 and W M., men'may go, M And ll'll.Xll2lD Calltaill, Bur 1,21 talk on for' M 4-va lllll lllv." ever- Greenwood, Oklahoma W hx lj Gage, Oklahoma 23 BK Basketball 1. "Speedily a Yellow Cab BX Taxi she will drive, WE And go between seventy M and seventy-five." M BOEQEKEFKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEFKZEKEKEFKBUZ y WMM scezszszizs Q Magazine W , 4 it W gif! Qmffwfyyjf Q WW A 2.4! ,mag Z 4 db awww ,lj M M W We PM M W V4 Pak M W W PM 'M W HARLEY WlL1iIAMS W BK "X?f,1QfQycafQh2n lglewglflfg, CHARLES L. WILSON NH W day and nightff "The sweetest hours W M Tennis 2-35 Radxo. that e'er I spent, "I-le'll be the owner of a Wlgfszeipegguygmong the M SX Azlfiwgglli like the Rgqh1a?21,H0r?g051 rl-get W3 M famous queens wore. president Rfcillgnd Y M W gi'iilS6S?Ii12:.lII3??eb?1lg e215 W M fgubB5fly4.aeQ+'f:.fas.f: so s ones ' . Q ESTHER T. VVILSON "PIllcatg1ggsng1i'Al,e2gint for Q "Oh to be- in Moscow in . .' , W 1n'?3eSSf,L'25g,1-y Ofh3T33n5221iS'1'F or V38 PM Mosqow 1-25 Girls Ath- NH letlc Club 1-25 Glr1S W 1ffh1esf1'fsafv2-s,:if W PM ?Y??1d Roief lin DOROTHY VVINSCHELL M Illggxgge gilsrgigg "lfEgagyayt,o work, ready M W taisenflz tlirl Reserves Riglifi, Siehigggmwhatg wg 1-2-3. ' M Chorus 1-2-3. Pocatello 1-23 Class 30 M if Sfvmystflfi QQ ,X Aigziofauhnai'ffmihiul we ture lies." U i , ,' ' M In hex little studio clev- M el' and splffy, l She'll take your picture m HM a jiffy." W PM LLOYD YOUNG Nl W "Do thy best, Cupidg I W will not love." . WZ M?.?2lH?E?'Z?i? i'ifi4SH'Q'Z22 X55 W itat Qwar Vi M 3f?52C::.i.eSleenl.5ef M W HI ball lvlanager 4. wg n foreign countrles he M will roam, M W Aragczruzgnrigorts to send W Q4 if M Q2 2 Q3 M X N FK M 'V Q W BGSEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEZHEKEPKEKEKEKEKEKEKBOE aozzzsaazaas 5555 zsasaszscses lk :Q fi " .1 if M M 52 FLOWER- COLORS- Q N Narcissus Blue and White. we K MOTTO: Q M "B sharp, natural, but never B flat." M W W M OFFICERS M W President ................................................ Wallace Garrity yd M Vice-President .,.... ................................ A rthur Spaugy M Secretary ..,.,..... ............,...... D orothy Knowlton N Treasurer ...... ................,................. C hauncy Abbott W M Sponsors . ....,.......,.,,... Miss Lebkicher, Mr. Coker M W ...-. W M M W W K The Class qf Twemy-ezght Q: M Oh, the class of twenty-eight, M PM These four years have been so great. W M We came to high in twenty-four, M M Classmates, we'll be here no more. M - Irv the shrine of our soul, W We are striving for 1ife's goal. W M We are climbing by degree, M W By what road we cannot see. W M "B Sharp" the first part of our creed, M W For sharpness we may sometimes need. W M "B Natural" is the second part, M Classmates, take these words to heart. W Last of all, "but never B Flat", W M There's a world of thought in that. M W Let us bear this creed in mind, W M And golden deeds we may entwine. M hx Our flower is Narcissus so white, W M White for purity and for the right. M W Seniors, to the "Bulldog" spirit be true, W For Nampa High colors red and blue. M The symbols of courage, loyalty, fight. M W As for Senior colors of blue and white, W M When we go out into the world, M W We'll see that these standards shall ne'er be furled. M We have passed one milestone by, M W Greater things ahead may lie. we Golden years are still to come, M And our dreams as yet are young. M W If we fail to reach our goal, M Keep on trying heart and soul. M Then perhaps some future time, W Others in our steps may climb. W -JENNIE GUTHRIE '28 M W M W MTKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEEEKEKEKEKEKEKEXEKX MHMMM EQEQZQZQBOE M M W we M M W mf M A M 55 iff ski lf was ws 1 vi M M ws We pf Lfoh' Crlv-ls! M hx Gr-and OPCYQ I we ii EK iii KE? Q " 9 Y 5 ink IF! A V' 4- 22 Zi M M. M A W Kiki Fifi M Y M Q5 4 W M if N ' M M Billy xg QEQQQE 55655 Q2 EK? gkiiiiiiii W M W M W M W M W M W M W M W M W M W M W M W M W M HN M HN SQ M MEKEKEKEK SENUQYRRS , 'Q 3662iZQZQZQZQZiZQZQZQZQZQZZQZQZQZQZQZQZQZQZQZQZQZQZQZQRBGE Q ii 32 Zi as as as Q.. 34 E QQ sf PM . as fy 5 as ss. if Q4 as sg P' by C53 ,M ss iii sf ii Zi PX its iii 93 PK X5 W Vid 33654555555555653555555555EXE?EZEZEKEKEZEKEKEKEZEKEKEZBOE I-1 -ll UI s.: Sembr C an firing! About twelve years ago a group of frightened children entered Kenwood School for the first time. How many amusing incidents of that day may be recalled! We shall always remember Richard Philpott with his whole tie in his mouth, flying around the room as we played "birds" seeking our nests. We shall also remember Marguerite McMahan, who placed herself resolutely on the teacher's desk and re- fused to be seated elsewhere. 'Then there was Virginia Gregory who truly thought herself the worst abused child in the room. Of that group we find Ernest Bauman, Lloyd Young, Dema Share, Ronald Shumate, Margaret Sites, Doris Nydegger, Mar- garet Hamilton, and Billy Ennis among the dignified Seniors of '28, who have spent the twelve years in Nampa Schools. Four years ago a number of graduates from the "grades," entered Nampa High. As the spring welcomes her green and tender plants, the school welcomed us, and we blended beautifully with the grass and leaves. White and green, were chosen as our class colors, and after much consideration we chose our officers: William Ennis, presidentg Deane Ricks, vice-president, Howard Langley, secretary- treasurer. With the spring comes house-cleaning, and the entire school took us to a real one by endeavoring to teach us to "grow up". Class day was the greatest event of our Freshmen career. We shall never forget Billy Ennis as the desperate pirate threatening whomever he met with a treacherous butcher-knife. By careful guid- ance of our worthy sponsors we made that year a successful one. We entered high school for the second time with renewed hopes as Sopho- mores. Summer brings the warm weather, and we did our share in making it "hot" for our under-classmen. We started the term by electing Deane Ricks, presi- dent: Howard Langley, vice-president, Ernest Bauman, secretary-treasurer. Our colors were changed to blue and white. Our "Baby Show" at the Student Body party gave us much notoriety. On the beautiful moonlight night of January 15th, we donned caps and sweaters, threw our skates over our shoulders, and hied us away to Sugar Beet Lake where a glorious time was enjoyed by all. Indeed that year was one of pep and fun. We may compare our Junior year to Autumn, for when we entered High for the third time it was with a gay and glorious spirit. Our motto, "B sharp, B natural, but never B flat," took on a new meaning, and we plunged into our work "Bound to Win." Ernest Bauman was elected presidentg Wallace Garrity, vice- president, and Marguerite McMahan, secretary-treasurer. Many of our men had become famous in athletics, the future looked bright. With the autumn come the festivals-we changed the usual custom of pre- senting a Junior Play and gave a carnival which proved a huge success. Then came the Junior-Senior Prom given at the Elks' Temple. Needless to say, it couldn't have bee11 lovelier. We may look back on our .lunior year as one of the most suc- cessful and lively years spent in Nampa High. As the cold winter winds sweep from the North announcing the arrival of winter we faced our fourth year. Vim, vigor, pep and snap were in evidence. Our Senior year proved our busiest year, for who could study Shakespeare or Caesar with interest on styles and all the coming events?. The first event of the year was the Sophomore-Senior party given at the Elks' Temple, the hall being decorated in green and shamrocks. Next came the Sneak, which as usual couldn't have been better. Then followed the breakfast, Junior- Senior Prom, Baccalaureate and Commencement. Looking back over the years spent in N. H. S., we feel no regret, instead we recall the good times had there. As we look to the future, we find we must start upon some new quest, and though our high school career is ended, there is yet a goal to be obtained--for some, there will no doubt be the change from Seniors to mere Freshmen in College, while for others, there will be the task of starting out in the business world, but for all-learning, pleasure, work and play--the foundation of our future obtained in the Nampa High School. -D. NYDEGGER. QM M W M W M W Q3 iss ksxgse 3 N5 QNX .QW SWS fp SN iii rs! Cy' M W M W M ii W KM Zi2i2i2i2i2ikiiiiiiiiiQZQZQEQEQZQZQZQZQEQZQQ EZEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEZEZKEKEKEKEZEZSEEKS?F5515 Sembr Clan PW!! We, the Senior Class of nineteen hundred and twenty-eight A. D. of the Nampa High School, in the State of Idaho, being of sound and deposing mind and memory, do hereby make, publish and declare the following as our last will and testament, making all former documents of this sort null and void. To the school board, faculty and parents, we leave our unpayable debt of gratitude for their cooperation shown in the many favors they have conferred upon us during our years in Nampa High School. To the Juniors we will the right to have self-government in A. M. history, if said privilege is not overdone. We also leave Judy Rash and Einar Campbell. To the Sophomores we leave the right to put their class numbers on the school house chimney when they become Seniors. To the Freshmen we leave the motherly care and protection of Miss Bird to help them during their remaining years in Nampa High School. Individually we bequeath the following: Chauncy Abbott wills his "gingerbread" smile and his graceful stage poise to Max LaLande. George Allen leaves Mae O'Keefe to any Freshman meeting the requirements. John Bradley bequeaths his girlish giggle to Bill Godman, providing that the beneficiary does not have any more serious attacks than John has had. Joe Baker leaves his solemn attitude and ability to entertain Miss Bird to Bill Robb. Cleo Eastman wills his wrestling ability to Don Pierce. Dean Ricks and Helen Stamm bequeath their marriage license to Louis Luque and Virginia Hillier. Virginia Gregory wills Ed Tiegs to whoever wants him, fcome early and avoid the rush.J Arlo Hagler leaves his bashfulness around the women to Smoke Campbell. Ted Keith wills his job as President of the Student Body to Russell Sapp. Chloe Miller leaves many broken hearts among the shieks of the Nampa High School. Dorothy Knowlton doesn't leave anythingg she takes Emer Cory along with her. Arthur Spaugy wills his height to Delaus Mecham. Marguerite McMahan bequeaths her flaming locks to Thelma Oatman. Hildred Powell leaves her dimples to Dorothy Lindsey. Ernest Bauman leaves his "sparking" ability to his brother .Iack. Harold Grosvenor wills a set of well thumbed text books to Ralph Miller, pro- viding he can find as many mistakes in the books as Harold has. Floyd Scott leaves his black hair and winning ways to Richard Alcorn. Jim McCampbell leaves his picture to the school as an advertisement of Mel- lon's Baby Food for growth. Ernest Freitag bequeaths and leaves his permanent wave to Twitty Adams. Bernice Fry Collins wills her matrimonial experience to Betty Jane Spear. Jennie Guthrie leaves her alluring smile to Shirley Skinner. Mabel Morton bequeaths her privilege of being late every morning to Turk Eastman. Doris Oeder leaves "that tired feeling" to Joy Kerby. Charles Van Name wills his privilege of being Miss Bird's pet to Rusty Orr. Elizabeth Proctor bequeaths the right to sleep in classes to Barbara Bever. We are happy to say that Wallace Garrity and Dema Share leave together. We, the Senior Class of twenty-eight, hereby nominate, constitute, and ap- point the Senior Class of 1929 A. D. the executor of this, our last will and testa- ment. In Witness whereof, we have hereunto attached our hand and seal at Nampa, M idaho, this 24th day of May, 1928. M by csealedy THE SENIOR oLAss OF 1928. W By: WILBERT NAFZIGER, Witnesses: FRANK E. OSWALT FRED RUEGG. ROBERT MARCUM. iiii EXE? M M W M W M W M W M W W W M SX PM E2 Pd W W W M BN M SN M SN PM HN PM QW PM SN IK 5224252525 252545444 iiiiiiiiiiiii B Q K Q5 KEKEKEKEKEKEZ 24242424242 Q E l Q 54545454545 Sembr Calendar in Class Play ............ ............. ll lay ll' and 18 Qi PK Baocalaurea'r0 ......... .................... ll lay 20 M R Class Day ......A.............. ,.....,... M ay 22 Q M Class Breakfast ........... .......... lk lay 23 M 3 COITIIIIQIICCIIIGIITL ............ ...........l... 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Next year we shall be Seniors And have reached the mountain top, But we shall not cease to labor, For the Juniors do not stop! Class Pink and white are Junior colors Springtime blossoms-flowers Growing midst the rugged boulders As we clamber up the way. So ever striving upward Over rocks and cliffs so steep Let us hasten, for we're proud Conquering what we can not Hz'st0ry of May of leap. The students in the class of '29 entered the halls of N. H. S. as Frosh with weak knees but they soon snapped out of it. Ed Caron, the president, started the class out with a bang. We Freshmen started to be noticed when we pulled our clever stunts. The following year the students no longer had weak kneesg they walked with their heads high in the air. The Seniors were quite surprised when the Sophs threw a big party for them. The operetta was full of young Sophomore actors and actresses also. This is the big year for this class, Juniors! Oh, just think of it. Those who were once poor little green Frosh are now upper classmen. The Juniors featured in the operetta and their play was a "knock-out." Talk about your keen proms! The class of '29 has proved to be an outstanding one in the history of our dear old Nampa High! PAH E l+'ll"'l'Y-'l'H REE- Adams Becker Am.ck Beeson isaitazor Beail Barker Lenner V. Basey Bermensolo W. Basey Bernethy Bauman Bever Baumgartner 1::0l'll1 PAC E FlF'I'Y-FOUR- Hulse Keith Huntley Kellogg Jacobs lfllhl' James Krave Jennings Lalande B. Johnson Lee P. Johnson Leslie .lunker Lindsey PAGE FIFTY-FIVE- Sapp Selby Savage Shaver Saxton Shaver Schey Siders Scroggins Sheffield Bowers Bradley Bradbury Brandt Brauner Brians D. Brown O. Brown J. Luque Lynch MrrAbee McCain McCain McConnell McCurdy McFarland Skinner Schwasinger Smith Sparks G. 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Om s....m- m,1mmf-:O :s Piss :ss si U W -1 vows" mm '1 and :s m 2 " V1 "W ... .. 54 95' 54 e jjge 3131314 massage f4 comm 223932 rbfvswb Sgfiggmcuil 55302 WWII4 :sw-1 Z Hsvuagga- f-+ erm ?,.F'5'm SVI 321435:-m 532-C3 Mori 'f TH? as ss M B S' 2 p'g H-' 97 il BOE M W M W M W M HN M W M HN M W M SN EK M if M W M W M W M W M SN M HN Cfass Hz'st0rfy DEAR CLASSMATESZ After much searching, I have at last found the history of our first year in Nampa High. It reads: At our first meeting we elected our sponsors, Miss McMasters and Mr. Coker, the traditional "green and white" as colors, and chose as our motto "United we standg divided we fall." In order to not be shown up by the upper-classmen, we gave a stunt at the Student Body Party which carried out the idea of "dumbness" that is usually thought of the "freshies." At the end of the year we walked out of school with a look of knowledge and superiority on our bright and sunshiny faces. This year we started our Sophomore career with a bang! We elected Miss Rleasants and Mr. Epler as sponsors, and blue and gold for our colors, "Stop re- hearsing, act!" was chosen for our motto. One of the outstanding events of the year was the party given in honor of the Seniors, at the Elks' Temple, March 16. The hall was decorated to bring out the idea of St. Patrick's Day. We are also proud to say that two of our Sophomores, Don Baker and Troy Richmond, have earned letters in football, not to mention other honors won by our boys in wrestling and boxing. PAGE Fl F'l'Y-NINE- Cfass Roll Carter, V Crotts Cavin Cupp Chandler Curtis Chapman Davies Colburn Day Colton DeCoursey Corey Delo Cornelles Denniston La Velle Mendiguren Lloyd Miller Malone Moffatt Means Morse Masingill McClellan L Marr McClellan V Maher McFadden Manning McGuire Stark Tiegs Terwilliger VanDuyn E Thueson VanDuyn U Dinwiddie Dreher Dunn Duspiva Dye Eastman Eby Evans McKay McNees Morgan Nofziger Neil Newman Newland Nichols Van Houten Waltman Wallis ALDYTHE CURTIS '30. Faris Farner Frost Fuhriman Gabica Garrett Gibson, A. Gibson. C Overton O'Keefe Parsons Patterson Pedracini Pfaff Pfieffer Pittman Ward Wilson Woolery Gowen Grant C. Grass V. Grass Grayblll Grim Glass Grigg Pierce Pope Purdum Purves Rice Rising Reeves Reynolds Yamada Young Robinson Gross Hackney Hamilton Hansen Harris, R. Harris, V. Hart Hartman Rupert Russell Shawhan Sheffield Shryack Silver Skillings Skinner Grass, L Evans 305 X53 W M W M W Xi! V8 MN is S. Q3 . 5 M W Xia Vid Xi? Vid M Fd BOE 5555555555FifiEKEKEZEKEZEKEKKEKEZEKEK535555535353 M MQMQQQM HHHHPW M W2 M WMWWQZWMM QQ Q2 Q SPX M Q3 KE M BX "Tb his M '.. M 25 Kg W N MV ' W M M W iigif 2 W M f g M M hx ygvg? J Q We 1 :'i W- . xg M We 1 . K ff14,, .A V -,,L -L-f fir' L-,, ' W QT . Q 'i Izix W sw 'M W M W zzg , f N3 M i Xa M -W keg ax M M Yi M ff Zlii E EZ if F' X rf , M 1 M 5 inf-Q L6H Wqw Wg M M 5 m?' MM Ex Tf : M ? gp S if M M M M BX MMM M Q me W M M - .2 7 M' 'Aff M 52 A M M QE Zi? EEE REQ M W M W M W M W M N M W M W M 3? 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Nona Rudge Sponsors .,,,..,,,.,,,,,, Miss Keizur, Mr. Miller The The Freshmen are we As green as the sea But for all, all of that We don't care a bee. We started things fine And began then to shine When LaLande was elected Our president fine. Freslnmen FLOYVER-PANSY MOTTO--"B Square." There are others I could mention But 'twould cause sad tension Of your highly strung nerves To so long claim attention. For the' Freshmen are we As green as the sea But for all, all of that We don't care a bee. Ruth Neely. Class Hz'st0rv The history of the class of '31 began when we started school at the advanced age of six. But the most interesting part of our history began last fall when this class entered high school as "green little Freshiesf' We were a bit tremulous at first but gradually grew braver. We now number 264. We have the distinction of being the largest Freshman Class that has ever entered Nampa High School. We organized with Max LaLande, presidentg Myra Lea Adams, vice-president: and Nona Rudge as secretary-treasurer. Green and white were selected as colors, the Bachelor Button the class flower, and "B Square" for a motto: sponsors, Miss Keizur and Mr. Miller. It is our ambition to make our influence felt in all school activities in a way which will be creditable to the class of 1931 as well as to the Nampa High M School. HFRESHIESJ' "ij Cfass R011 M PAGE SIX'l'Y-FlVli- Adams Bennett Burkholder Clay Dimick Field Giles liankins W Allen Biggs Cain Clement Dinwiddie Flisher Goodman Harris Anderson Blanchard Calzacorta Covert Disney Freeman Goodwin Hansen M Ashby Bothwell Carey Crowther Dobbs Frew Graves Heithecker Babcock Bow Carson Dnkmw Dunnuck Garn Gross Hendry, E, W Backer Bowen Casey Dalton, D. Eastman Gealy Gundersen Hendry, R. Basom Brand Castagneto Dalton, D. Elliot Geise Hackney Hillier M Bell Brown Chapman Dike Ervin Gibson Haltom Holland 5 PAGE SIXTY-SIX! ' Hoskins Johnson Krottinger Le Reice Marcum McLaughlin Miles Owen gf Hoofnagle Jones Kunzler, Lilliard Martin McMillin Moore Pethtel ' - Hostetler Jordan Kunzler, Lingo Matthies McPhie Mossman Phillips W Howton Karcher La Lande, I.Lopez McAbee Means Mossman Pilcher Hussey Kent La Lande, Mhudwigs, C McClung Mendiguren Neely, N. Pixley if Irwin King Landrum Ludwigs, J McFarland Mercer Neely, R. Powell lucker Korn Largent Maffit McGill Michener Nelson Prater W Jacobson Kropp Laster Malmberg McKee Miller Orcutt Purdum PAGE SIX'l'Y-SEVEN- M Ragains Roe Storey, D. Shawhan Rogers Talley Von Aix Wilcox I Renstrom Sloan Storey, E. Sharp Rost Terwilliger Ward Wilcox A Reynolds, L.Slusser Strait Serrott Roulet Titus Ward, D. Wilkening Reynolds, G.Snowberg Susewind Scroggins Ruegg Thompson Wakefield Witherspoon M Rising Stanton Smith Scott Rudge Trask Walchli Woodland Robertson Stephenson Simonson Sabin Rupert Trottrnan Waller Yoder W Richmond Storey, A. 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A prominent member of the Senior class is elected every mouth by the Student. Q K HN Council to attend the Rotary meetings. as a Junior ltotarian. 'Fed Keith, Deane W M Ricks, Ernest Bauman, and Arthur Spaugy have been so honored this year. M Altogether, the Student Body has had a successful year. BX Following are the members of the Student Council: W M President , , , , 'Fheotlore Keith M SX Nut President , H , , , , . , ,l ill Robb A NtlYt'llI'X Ire Lk-llI'tI lrmst Hlllllllll PM Iit'l1I'tS44!lIl.IlXt tt lug.: lie me links M Senior Itepresent ttixes I crthl Sheldon Xl up.,ue rite Nic M th lll hx Junior Represent ttlus XX illut llll NIHIIP Huntlex wg Sophouiore Iiepreselitatlxez- X lol.: lltllt, l lyssts ll.tt,kut3 M l"!'t'Slllll21ll ltepresentzitive Miltlrerl King, Keith 'Pulley M QEQZQZQZQZQZQ ZEKEKEKEKEKEK W i W W i g M W Lry l W Mi! M N , M W M W M W M W M W M W W 2? 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The playlet is one which is enjoyed by young and old. The finished work and the professional manner of the young actors showed that much time had been spent on the play. THE CAST-Alice Waybury laged 381 Marguerite McMahang Sheila Waybury Caged 212 Dorothy Lindseyg George Connaught faged 403 Ed Caron: Geoffrey Chandler taged 251 Gerald Craig: Giles Qthe butlery 'wayne Ward. Gerald Craig as Geoffrey Chandler was exceptionally good in his part as a young Englishman. His dialect was very good. "Finesse" was the noticeable thing in the work of Dorothy Lindsey as Sheila Waybury. She gave a very careful interpretation of her part as a girl with a "Russian soul." The very difficult role of an elderly lady was taken by Marguerite McMahan. She blossomed out miraculously in teach- ing her daughter a lesson in vivacity. Her beauty at the finish was quite dazzling compared to her dowdy appearance in the beginning. Ed Caron quite lived up to the Caron reputation for acting. His rage as an irate young bachelor was dashingly realistic. The entire interpretation was excellent. The second part of the Student Body Show was a minstrel, "High Brown Breach of Promise Suit," put on by the Boys' Glee Club. The twenty-two boys, full of pep and enthusiasm, kept the audience in gales of laughter with their jokes and retorts. The boys in the show were obviously having as much fun as the audience. Especially commendable was the harmony of the boys' voices. It was a real treat to hear them singing negro melodies one minute and putting across songs of more difficult harmony the next. Solos by Merle Huntley, Gerald Craig and Einar Campbell were very nicely sung. Wallace Orr was irresistibly funny as Buzzer, the janitor. Gerald Craig, the mis- understood bud of beauty, had the sympathy of the audience throughout the play. Einar Campbell, as "Aunty Louder," was an important witness. John Vvilliams and Cleo Eastman, the lawyers, Snip and Snap, upheld their re- spective sides to the best of their ability. Ed Caron was the stern judge and Myron Comin, the efficient sheriff. D011 Lloyd, as ltastus Jones, was the cause of the breach of promise suit. This cast of principals was very ably assisted by the jury, who fairly and to the best of their ability, tried the important case. junior Play When an actor is in demand, find a Junior. "The Haunted House" was success- fully presented on the nineteenth and twentieth of April. A matinee was held for the grade school students on the afternoon of the nineteenth. The plot is concerning two young people who were spending their honeymoon in a house that the bride's father thought was haunted. Yes, there was a murder and everything. At the end of the second act the mystery was solved and the murdered victim was found to be a cow. All through the play therewas humor, but there was also much chance for dramatic work. The cast, a very well selected one, was: Duncan ..,............... ............ M artin Brauner Helen, his wife .... ....... G eraldine Harbert Jack .............................. ................... E d Caron A Emily, his wife .,.,,,,,,..,.. ...... I llarice Hamilton Thomas, the chauffeur .... ..... P erry Johnson Ed, the milkman ........... ..... W ayne Ward Evans ............................ .............. B ill Robb Grogan, the detective ........ John Williams Isabel, the vamp ,......... ........ D 0I'0thy Menzies Morgan. the tramp ....... ......... L ouie Luque Ezra, the policeman .... ...... M erle Huntley Wmwna ,MW WM W X af , , WW, QWWW 2 W affvffwf ff Wg Q, , f f, f wvaw -V we ff f f , , W , aeeaszsasas zsasasasaee M W Z7 ZZ! W , affmfafj M 524 May Fete ij hx The crowning event of the year, in the music departments of the school in this W M city, was the May Fete given on May tenth at Lakeview Park. This was the closing M W feature of Nampa's first Music Week. , W M The Fete started with a band concert, after which the May Queen, chosen from M among the girls in Nampa High was crowned. The May Queen was followed by six ski attendants, high school girls, six flower girls, chosen from the grade schools, two W M pages from Kenwood, a11d a herald from the high school. Following the crowning M of the May Queen, there were folk dancing by Roosevelt pupils, accompanied by hx the Roosevelt Juvenile orchestra, May Pole dances by Kenwood girls, and aesthetic W M dancing by high school girls. M hx The cantata, "The Mound Builders," by Bliss, was given by the combined Glee W M clubs, choruses and orchestra of the high school. Five hundred children from M ax Lakeview school staged a lantern parade headed by Kenwood's Junior High Band. W 34 "Billy" S N Billy Hargrave, a young football hero, gets his front teeth kicked out in a. foot- M W ball game. He is very sensitive about his teeth and so keeps to his room, pleading mg M illness. M After his false teeth arrive, he goes on an ocean trip to Havana to get used to W hx them. His mother, thinking that he is not able to care for himself, sends his sister M to keep him out of mischief. On board ship he finds Beatrice Sloane, with whom M W he is madly in love. In trying to tell her about his accident, he is hit in the W back by a swinging door and loses his teeth. After a night of excitement and M misery on Billy's and Alice's part, they succeed in getting his precious "Tomb- M BX stones" back. W M The cast: M W Billy Hargrave .................. ..................... B illy Ennis W M Alice Hargrave, his sister ..... Marguerite McMahan M John I-Iargrave, his father ...., ...... E llsworth Dinwiddie W Mrs. Hargrave, his mother ..Margaret Jamison W M Mrs. Sloane ,,,...,.,.,..,............ ....... M ildred Sanders M Sam Eustace ...............,...... ....... W ilbert Nafzigel' hx Beatrice Sloane .... ....... H elen Euballks W M Captain ,.,,...,....,,, ..... E rnest Bauman M Doctor ,,,,,,,,.,,, ......... C harles Wilson W Boastwain ..... ...,........... L loyd Young W M Sailor .......... Randall Thompson M Steward ....... ............. F l0yd SCOtt W Stewardess ,,,, ...... D orothy Winschell BOEEKEKEKEKEKEKEKIKHIKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKBUE E741 WWmWM f,f7vWWh if QM M W M W M W M W Qliks XSQN QS wiwigxsr s X f i si iss sl S153 SME MM M W M W M W M W KM iii EK? if "Pocahontas" N' M The operetta "Pocahontas" was presented by the combined Glee clubs, under M N the direction of Professor Winther, on March 19 and 20. The orchestra assisted W M the singers and also played between acts. M W The plot of, the play is centered around the old historical story of Pocahontas W M saving the life of John Smith. M N Pocahontas iMargaret Jamisonj is a princess ill the tribe of Chuckdollah In- W dians. Powhaton, lMyron Cominj her father, is the chief of the tribe. Ah-Meek M lRegna Campbelll is the terrible mother-in-law, and Ah-Hum fEd Caronl, the M W medicine man. John Rolfe flilanch Harrisj comes to look for his friend, Joh11 W Smith fWal1ace Orrj. He is found by a group of Indian girls for whom Way-way- M ta-see iMae O'KeefeJ is spokesman. M W To save Rolfe from Powhaton, the indian girls disguise him as a clown, Enoes- W M it-an iMolly Ann Adamsl. I M N The clown, who is also a prophet, prophesies that Pocahontas will marry Rolfe W M and Ah-Meek and Ah-Hum will marry. Ah-Meek wants to marry Smith. M W Powhaton decides to take the Indians to England to visit Queen Anne, to see W M if Rolfe is of sufficient importance to marry his daughter, and to obtain some M N white man's guns. We Arriving in England, they go to see Queen Anne fViola Popel. The great M M Chancellor of the Exchequer sends his prophecy, which is proclaimed by an usher M fPerry Johnson.J Ah-Hum must wed Ah-Meek or they both will die. Pocahontas M N and Rolfe wed, and John Smith is left free. W M The solos and choruses were exceptionally good. The gavotte, danced by eighth M hx grade school girls, added much to the play. we iiiii Ziff? ,N Concert vs K The Boys' and Girls' Glee clubs and the orchestra, under the direction of Profes- W sor Winther, gave a very pleasing concert on the evening of February 10. It was M one of the best musical programs ever given by High School students and showed M W much work and training. W M The program was for the purpose of sending the winners in the local music M W contest to compete in the state music contest. W M The following program was given: XB W Prologue-"I am Music" ................... ................. L anier Haltom VE Overture-Determination," Hayes ...... ,... ......... High School Orchestra M M "Morning Invitation," Veagil ................................................................ 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Elizzibetli l'l'o1'l,oI' M Librarian ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .......... I revue Iillllllldfl Hx Pianist ,,,,,,i, ,,,, ,i...... H e lon Disney VIR MEQEQEQ M W M W M W M W M W M W M W M W QM JW M W M W M W M W M W M W M W M W MEZEKEK ww R Q N X N N be fc 5 is w ,X ies X xx N S5555 N X S N2 WS QQQQQQQZQEQ K5K5K5Z5K5KK5K5K5K5i5K55555555555 . E s 3 s Boys' Glee Club W The twenty-two hoys chosen l'or the Boys' Glee clnh this year have been much Q M interested i11 their workg consequently, they have accomplished a great deal. W Besides taking a prominent part in the operetta, "Pocahontas," and the cantata, W M "The Mound Builders," they have sung i11 the concert given February 10. and for M W many smaller affairs. The boys' qnartettex chosen from the. Glee club, has heen W M very popular and has sung for many meetings of various kinds. M SX President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, l,,,,,,,,,. ,,.,,,,,.... Ed Caron W M Business Manager ,,,,, .....,.... C l90l'g6 Allen M W' Advertising Manager ........,,,, Wallace OYI' XE gd Librarian .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,.,,, I i0lJ6I't Bradbllry keg BX Pianist, ,,,,,,,,w, W ,,.,,... Mildred Sanders W KQQEQZQ M W M W W W M W M W M W M W M W Pwr? W M W M W W W M W W W M W M W M W 5555555 r-v NI N l.l mk2fZ!4Z?Zfz ZWWWMWMMM MEQZQEQEQ Egigigiixi BK ' M W W M M W W M M il it W W 33? ME M M W W M M W W it li M M W W M M il Zi W Q Orchestra M W W M The orchestra this year is one of the largest in the history of the Nampa High M BX School. There are twenty-one members all of whom are much interested in music, W BNA and possess musical talent. M W Professor Winther has done much to find and develop their musical ability. W B95 The orchestra has played for Masqueraders' programs, The Musical Concert, the W M Operetta, and the May Fete, besides appearing in outside performances. M BX The orchestra personnel is: Q M VIOLINS CORNET 5 yella qinclair Howard Jensen Q 1 ' '. , Elh t J h .- W JESS 32313255 Berilice gohhtsgii W M Vivienne Hicks DIllIMS M Q gjjilfesciiglebfgoiirsey Russell Fngg Q Aileen Stanton C1115 llINE'l' W Mary Pufdllm Ralph Bordner W M 1 w Charles Van Name M by IELLO sAXAvHoNm ya M Wkllwv Off Elmo freight M W FLUTE TROMBONE We M Forrest Irwin M MaxweH Becker N Lucille Stevenson PIANO wg M Venna Giles Kathleen McFarland M W W M M W W M M W W WEEE?555455555555EKEEEKEKEKEKEKEZEKM E791 WWWfffffwW,,,n,WU fy Wnwwwwvnwwwm f Ml fi Q7 X f 40 V 7 ffy , , ,W , Wm Z Z fa? i ' I ,Q A y ., . , , 2 , Q X X N STX 'X gs si its QZQQQZQZQEQQQZQZQEQEQZQZQ 2555535555555553535355555 Band BM Although the band has IIOI been as conspicuous as in past years, the members W M have been working hard. Because the members are nearly all beginners they have M been practicing with the eighth grade band from Kenwood. These combined bands SX have played on several occasions. we M A pep band organized early in the year was active during the football and M W basketball season. The boys, with their attractive costumes and abundance of en- W 871, thusiasm, added much to the enjoyment of both games and assemblies. M 9-'-3 LI' QFD QE v-v"1 frm ,Di r-4.1-' :E 'C ag . KD wi Us GE ,H 3: ,Z :ra :. - 21: 535 22 :- :so E 'Um 3 35 O- O 25" f-1.1 :S gm 4156 r-gP'11 O 4-v-I ITCD IS' 515 If! OD- E55 CLD- horus al y- g : . e c 0 o ssor , e has made good progress and appeared on May 10 in the Cantata, "The Mound Builders." 252 EK Biz Three-eighths of a credit is given each semester for chorus work. M W The officers for this year are: md BK President . ............................... ....... .......... R oberta McKee Xia hx Secretary-Treasurer ........................................... Lola Mendiguren W Librarian ...... .................................................a...... P earl Trask ka Pd Pianist ...... ......... Lola Mendiguren, Kathleen McFarland W 396121 W4 255 M 214 W4 XM Wi 254 WZ SN Fil W PM 254 WZ 2455 WZ H24 P272 254 WZ W W4 BN PM 254 WZ W W4 BN PM HN W4 B54 ESSEX 1-1 W O L.: EQK M W M W M W M W -is ii ss sis Fi its sn M W M W M W M W M QEQEQEQQZQZQEQZQZQZQQQZiiiii EK555553EKEZEZEKEKEKEKEKEKXK The Growl W Last December the Stude11t Council, at the suggestion of Mr. Walsh, initiated M M the idea of beginning a high school paper. They elected Chauncy Ahhott as the W W editor and Miss E. Eloise Kennedy as faculty adviser. These t.wo appointed others M M and proceeded to mimeograph a weekly paper called the "G-rowl." A regular Journalism class was organized the second semester primarily for the W hx purpose of editing a real high school paper. Through the untiring efforts, es- M M pecially of the adviser and the business manager, Truman Joiner, as well as W others in the high school, the "Growl" is a success, and an established asset to hx Nampa High School financially and otherwise. M M The Editorial Staff consists of: W W Editor-in-Chief ..............................,.,,,,,,..............,. Chauncey Abbott Assistant Editor ....................................... ............ H elen Nichols M M Editorials ,.,....,.....,.,..,,,,,i,., .... ,.,........ D orothy Menzies W hx Humor .............. .......... I lwendolyn Gazer M Sports .,.,......,...,... .,............. D ick Philpott M Literary .........,........ .......... K atherine Muter W W Exchange Editor ,.,. ............ E dna Goodale ka Make-up .,.........,..,.,,.,,,,,,, ........... ..........,., E v elyn Olson M Typist .,...,,....,......,,..,,..,,. ........... ......,,,,,, J c mhn Bradley W by Reporters ...,....................... ..,..,.,.tt..,,i,..i......,.... J ournalism Class M The Business Staff consists of: M Business Manager ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,......,.,........ 'l 'ruman Joiner W N Advertising Staff ,,,.,,.... ...........,.,...,, E d Hall, Eugene Crotts M Circulation .............. ........, B lanch Harris, .Iune Chandler PM Faculty Adviser . .,,,....,i...,i Miss E. Eloise Kennedy X25 REQ? M W M W M W W W if W W W M W fd ax M W PK BN FK BX M BN PM BN PM BN BK HX PM MN PK HN KEEP? f-1 UI .A l.: Mlfmfpwwfffww f,f, , UM f 0 1, hww U 4 0 52Q2Q2Q2Q,m' 1f yj5zMQ6Q2Q2i2Q2ig W W M M A W ZQEZQZQEQEQQQZQZQZQZQZQQQZQ EEEKEZEKKEZEKEKEKEKEZEKEKEK M . . . M W Bulldog Athletlc Association is W 'l'h11 Iiulldug Athletiv z1ssso1'iz1tio11 is 1'1111111osc-d of the Z2 lettm' 1111111 111 the W BK svlluol, 01'gz111iz111l this y0ill', the l'llIl1 is 21 SIICCGSSOI' to the Blu N Klub. Tho p1'o111o- M W tion of he-tier 111,hl1e1i1-s and s110rts111z111sl1ip i11 the High Scllcml is their aim. W M 11 was lllI'0l1gl1 the work of the Bulldog Athletic z1ss0c'iati011 that il spmwiul ll'illll M was 1'l1z11'le1'eci 111 E111111e-it for the NZLIIIIFRL-Elllllltltl, hasketbzxll 231110. The 11111111h1+1's W BAS of the vluh see l,l12l,l students keep off the lawn Elllll punish those who do walk 011 il. an flll lll211't'l1 li thv llllllflOI3QS e-111v1't,z1i11e1l their lady t'1'i1s11ds 111, illl i111'o1'111z1l 111111111 M BX lll the High Siillllill 11111li1o1'i11111. W M The office1's me M W l,l'9Slfl6lll .1 .,,..,.,,, ,.,,.,,,, A Yllllll' Spzllliiy V11-e-Presi11e11t ,,,,1, ,,,,,,,, I leorge 'l'l1o11111s1111 M M Sec-ret111'y-'l'1'm1s11111 .........Y,,,, Julius Rash W Sr'l'f3fE21lll'ill-2ll'l1lS ,,,,,,,,,, MU1'1'6ll Baker W M Spousm' ,,,,,,,,,1 ........,.., IN T12 111111011 X3 MEQZQQ M W M W M W M W M W W W W W M W EW 2W W W M W M W M W M W M W W W W W MFKEZE renwawe . aizzszgagzg W iz agzgzgzgaos M l'ep is the keynote of the Spiz club. Organized with the purpose of increasing pep W hx and school spirit, it has become one of the best and most popular girls' clubs in the M M school. The membership of the club is restricted to sixty girls, who are chosen on W N a competitive basis by the old members. M Pep assemblies are occasions when the Spiz give their stunts and do their share if in arousing pep in the rest of the school. At all athletic games the Spiz are present W W "en masse", cheering the boys on to victory. M M The girls are beginning to practice 11ow for track, This is the only sport in W which the girls are able to participate this year. W After the Pocatello-Nampa game, the girls entertained the two football teams M M at a barn dance. On February 13, they entertained themselves by a Valentine party. W W The executive staff for the year is: M M First Semester Second Semester W W President .,.,.,...... Marguerite McMahau President ,,,,........ Marguerite Mfflvidilklll M M Vice-President .............. Regna Campbell Vice-President .............. Dorothy Lindsey W Secretary ,....................... Barbara Bever Secretary ....,.,.........,......A.. Bernice Corey W Treasurer ....,,t,...,,,.t...... Virginia Hillier Treasurer ...................... Virginia Hillier M M First Semester Second Semester W W Yell Leaders-Mae O'Keefe, Molly Ann Yell Leadersfllegna Campbell, Verna M if Adams Sparks. W W Sponsors-Miss Bird, Miss Lebkicker MEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKQ EZEKEKEZEKEKEKEKN XM ,,mmWM,wWZf Wwmmw'mW4 f ZZ! 72 W ' Z av 4 4 am gay W! wiv af ,mai Z aww! if Masqueraders Organized for the purpose of furthering dramatics, the Masqueraders has ac- complished many things. Having the largest membership of any club in school, it has added much to the interest and variety of our school life. The first Monday in every month, a public: program is given, for which a small admittance fee is charged. The club buys expression material for the library with the money taken in. The special feature of the monthly program is a one-act play. The plays pre- sented this year are: "Columbine," "Spoofendykes' Theatricalsf' "The Twelve- Pound-Look," and "The Ghost Story." Besides the plays there are music, readings, and vaudeville stunts on the program. The officers are: President ,,,,,,,, ,, ....... Dorothy Lindsey Vice-President .,,,,.. ..... ............. E d win Caron Secretary ,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Bertha Sheldon Graybill M' r Treasurer ....... ......,.............. Sponsor, First Semester ............... iss Numbe S Sponsor, Second Semester .,.. ............... M iss Bignell iEi7,5iEi?K?KlIzgiEKE?EZ?K5555565555553 ,,00 f' seewzezwe X zwfrixpesfsa I f M X' M f 1 QZQZQZQEQQEQEQZKZQZQZQQQEQZQZQEQ ZEKEZEKEZ irl Reserves Q The only clnb in the High school that is a member of nn international organizn- Q tion is the Girl Reserves. The work of the G. li.'s is well known among the sin- W dents, as it is one of the oldest organizations in school. W M With the purpose "To find and give the best," the girls are making rapid prog- M W ress. Their slogan is, "Fare Life Squarelyf' me M On April first the girls presented a pre-Easter Pageant at the Vnited Presby- M W terian church. A Father-Daughter banquet was given 011 March 20, W BK Twenty girls represented the club at the district G. li. meeting in Emmett: thir- XB W teen girls were sent to represent the club at the Hi-Y meeting i11 Boise. W M The officers are: M W President .......,.. ,,,,.,,. l Kathleen lN1m-Farlziinl W M Vice-President ,...,, ..,,,l,,,,,,,.,.,... I 'earl Nelson M W Secretary ......,.... ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,.,.,,,. I na Sf-ott Vs Treasurer ..,.., .l,,.....,,,,........,...,...,, C Jttie Mills M Sponsors , l,.,,,, Miss Keixnr, Miss Gill:-t M W W MEQZQ M W M W M W M W M W M W M W M 335 W M W M W M W M W M W M W M W M W M5555 v-1 Q U1 l.: SN My S X X X xx ss Mwwd S by N . ww QW Q QZQZQEQZQEQEQQQQEQZQZQQQQQEQEQZQQQZXZ KEKFifiEKFifiEKKEKEKEZZEKEKEKEKEKEZEKX .H. R. C. Nampa High School Radio Club Owning and operating amateur station nu7HK W The. N. H. R. C., the oldest existing organization of this school, this year has far W outdone the work of former years. It now owns and operates station 7HK, one of M M the best known amateur school stations on the West coast. Regular schedules have W been held with stations in coast cities, and consistent communication has been fd maintained, enabling this station to rank high in the Northwest as a reliable relay M station. The transmitter is of the fifteen-watt, self-rectifying type, operating on a wave- V18 length of forty meters, and was constructed by members of the club. A new and M M more efficient receiver has been built, enabling .reception on all amateur wave- W lengths. No attempt has been made at DX communication, because all work is done W during the day-time. X3 M Mr. C. C. Cowin is the club sponsor, James L. Young, presidentg Jim McCampbell, Q W secretary-treasurer, and other members are Marie Cavin. Victor Duspiva, Lloyd Mc- X18 Cain, Elson Basom, Ronald Shumate, and Richard Alcorn. M M With an aim of furthering the understanding of the radio art, this station is W dedicated to the future radio organizations of this school. W 306255 Wi :N M :N M W PM BN W4 ak! WZ PX M W M 3? WZ 2314 W4 PX WZ W PM W PM RN Pri W W4 W M W IEEE 1-1 N 02 I.: 'wa 0 'Wm ,fm f V Nw, WW" " iffy 'wif 'WWWWMW ff ,,,,,,f ,. I, , 4 WW ,W , ,W WM "5 x.1 ,, 'f'4fw,ff, faffwfzffzfff X -- i QZQEQZQZQiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiii KEKEKEZEZKEKEKEKEKEZEKEKEKEZ DEBATE by Debate has not held a very prominent place in Student Body activities previous W to this year, but it is rapidly becoming one of the most advantageous and enjoyable M of the extra-curricular activities. Une credit a semester is given for this work. M 5 The teams are ably selected and coached by Mr. Tracy Coker. Q 1 The question, Resolved: That Idaho should adopt the Nebraska Bank Guarantee W gk Law has been debated with the following schools: Nazarene Academy, Fruitland, 57,4 Meridian, Boise, Caldwell, and Boise. M QEQZQEQZQZQEQZ W M W M W M N M W M N M W M 3? M W M W M W M W M W M W M W it MEKEZEKEKEZEZE r-1 D N i.: The negative team is: Lester McCain. Ruth Johnson, Bertha Colburn, Aaron Harris, and Randall Thompson. The affirmative team is: Blanch Harris, Harold Grosvenor, Gwendolyn Cazer. Truman Joiner, and Wallace Orr. 5 QNX X as NS. NX 5 X N Ns S Xt Q N3 QEQZQEQEQQQQZQQQZQZQZQZQZQEQZQE 45555565155K5K5K5K5K5Z5i5K5K5K5 Silver C' " Club W The newest club i11 the high school is that made up of students who have won W PM a silver N by participating ill forensic contests against outside schools. X3 BN The purpose of this club is to promote interest in debate, declamatory, and ora- Vg if torical work. RB W The Silver N club promises to become one of the prominent clubs in school and X15 M to arouse more interest in forensic events. M W The charter members are-Shirley Skinner, Aaron Harris, Truman Joiner, Ber- W M tha Colburn, Uhauncy Abbott, Lester McCain, Randall Thompson, Gwendolyn Cazer M 3 The officers for this years are: Q W President ,,ll,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ..,,,,,,, S l iirley Skinner W pm Vice President ...l.,., ,.tY,,,,,ii., A aron Harris M Secretary .....,...,.. ,,....... T ruman Joiner hx Treasurer ..,.,,t, ...,.,,,, B ertha Folburn W MZQZQZQ W W M W M W M W M W M W M W M 2? M W M W M W M W M W W W M BN M W 5555555 !VWl1fW0ffvfffw,4vf.Mfw0,,WZf W,W "f WW 'V f dw 1 , W-0 1, zeezszszsas assesses :sq ef f ' QQ 7 e - M l M me.f B53 A A A M . . 1 ' li: Q5 . Yi PX A BN H.STAMAl H.lhuuus AI HRAVNPH L MMAHN M.AnAMs M llnxnoious U1 ilorn il illllblllllllllll l xtempoi tnlons ln un ltn W The local declamation contest was held in the High School Auditorium, March if 23, and the following people were chosen to compete in the District Uontest held W in Nampa on March 30. PM Dramadc Dhdwon ,,,.... MoHy Anne Adams W Hllm0F01lS Division ,,,,,,,,,.... Helen Stamm M Oratorical Division ...,,,.l,,7 Blanch Harris W Impromptu .....l, ,,,..... M artin Branner M Extemporaneons ........,.......,..,,.... ..,,,,....,7 .,,,, I . ester McCain W Nampa took second place in the District Contest, with Emmett first. Nampa's K placement in the various divisions was as follows: M Oratorical ,,.,.. .... .........,,,,................,Y........... B l anch Harris. first W Extemporaneous ..,...,.,.,.,.,,.. Lester McCain, second: Emmett, first M Impromptu .,,.,,,, Martin Brauner and Payette tiedg Emmett, first W Dramatic ...,..,.,.... Molly An11e Adams, secondg Emmett, first M Humorous ..,,..,............,...,.. Helen Stamm, second: Caldwell, first BX Blanch Harris also took second place in his division at the State Contest at Po- M catello on April 13. E391 KK EKEKYZEZEKFKEKEZEKEZEKEKEZ? K M W M W M W M W M W M W M W M 2 M W M W M W M W M W M W M W M W fM S X X A x f 5 NS awk Xwsssi es NX X X NN wg S sag x f 5 .SE S QEQEQEQEQZ KEKEKEKEKE Nampa High School Smith-Hughes Agricultural Department 1927-1928 hx The Agriculture Department of the Nampa High School has been very suc- wg M cessful in the various contests in which it has taken part during the past year. M W In the first contest of the year the boys placed third in competition with six xg teams. This was in the L-ive Stock Judging contest held at Union, Oregon, June M S, 1927. M hx STOCK JUDG-ING TEAM In September the boys took part in W M . a similar judging contest at Filer and M BX i came out second of the six teams en- we M 1 tered. M BX O11 October 11,' the boys placed sec- W M ond in the Live Stock Judging con- M W test at Boise. On this same date the wig M commercial grading team placed sec- M W ond on onions a11d potatoes illld third M on apples. W K Early in September the Nampa M Countrymen's club offered 3515 in M prizes to the boys selecting the best W HN ten ears of corn from the fields near M W Nampa. The boys took up their offer W M and field-selected enough ears to enter M W one 100-ear, two 10-ear and two W single-ear exhibits at the Boise fair. M They won second place on the 100- M W ear exhibit and first and second on the we M single-ear exhibit. Later the two single M BX ears were exhibited at Chicago at the W M International Live Stock Exposition M and won first and second in region BX :gan one. These two ears later placed first W if R' C' Emmel J. Wmmms and second in the State Seed Show at M W R, Sapp B. Lee Malad, Wd M The Countrymen's club very generously turned the premium money over to us M W to help send the judging team to Portland. Of the 51 teams at the Pacific Inter- W national Live Stock Exposition the Nampa team placed sixteenth. M A number of the boys sent fat swine to Portland to enter the Union Stock Yards M W special feeding contest. The 24 hogs sent down won S138 in prize money Mg M in addition to selling at a premium when auctioned off at the end of the Fair. M W Our last contest for the year was held at Boise, April 11. This was part of a W state-wide contest which the State Vocational Department conducted. In the Seed if Identification contest Nampa placed second and in the Potato Grading and Seed M W judging contests Nampa placed first. W M With the past two years' experience in judging work, the boys of the Agriculture M Department should make a very good showing in the various contests of the coming year. KKK? 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M 'gg CQJF 465 f M sw we - rf f- PM 1- 45 AFNQF M -F -staff X' UN' - Riff - NNF XF fxb W Q, Q7 X We M kfaiawaislliffszhf M as V5 M Ziiii SEEK? Football M When "Sandy" Hutton called for the followers of the "pigskin," he was answered M by four teams of warriors, some of whom had played before and some of whom W were trying their first year at football. There were seven old heads at the game- W M Captain Spaugy, Eastman, Garrity, Ricks, Baker, Bauman and Richmond, all of M whom had played two or three years. Our hopes ran high. Everyone looked for- W ward to Nampa's taking the district and state titles. W M Lack of cooperation and teamwork cost us the district championship, when we M BX met the Boise Braves. During this game, lots of good individual playing was notice- W M able on the Nampa team, but because we lacked the teamwork, which our op- M W ponents had, the score, when the game ended, was 20-0 in favor of Boise. W M For the next two weeks, the Bulldogs worked hard for the coming game with M Pocatello. This hard-fought game Nampa should have won, but the breaks cost us gy the battle by a 12-7 shore. Next came the game with Caldwell, which resulted in Wg M an easy victory for Nampa. The Bulldogs next journeyed to Twin Falls to play the M last game of the season which proved to be one of the hardest. It was anybody's W victory until the final whistle blew, with a score of 7-6 in favor of Nampa. W M The Twin Falls game closed our football season with a record of 5 games out M hx of 7 won. The season's results were: W SM Nampa 12 .......... ............ K una 0 Nampa 0 ........ .............. B oise 20 yd M Nampa 6 .......... ........ G ooding 0 Nampa 6 ........ ........ P ocatello 12 M Nampa 15 ......... ................ F iler 7 Nampa 7 ........ ....... T win Falls 6 SX Nampa 34 ......... .......... C aldwell 7 W MEQZQ M W M W M W M W M W M W M W M 5? 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I IIANIJALIA 'l'llU3ll'SON-M1tl1zLg'c-I' A lot of 4-re-dit is flue "llz1nk," for lit- wzis the onv to keep tho fin-ld in slmpv, sm- that e-vt-1'ythiiig' was :ill right, zinfl hvllr run tht- ti-mn. Wi- hope- that in-xt yvzi1"s lllilllilf-101' will do :Ls well :Ls Thlllllll- . son. l K l!Al'MAN-llzllflrzu-k Iiillllllklll was tht- only triplv tlire-:Lt mam ws- hurl on tho lklillll--ht' s-onld pass, kia-k :tml run with thv hall. This is lllrnin-'s lztst year at Nzunpat High, and ho snrvly will he missed. 5 Sl'Al'liYw-Fzlptzlili :tml 1't'lllt'l' ln Slblllll-Ty, we lmvo ont- of thx- vli-:uit-sl and hzlrdvst plain-rs of tht- ganna-. At t'i'lltPl' hs- ops-11911 llllllly holt-s for the- lmcks. He was the' only nmn frmn Nzunlm , to plzu-0 on the 15027 All-Stzitv le-sun. 'I'hn- tk'2ll1l will miss Sp1t1if.:'y ne-xt yvnr, sinn- hte f.Z'l'illl1l2Llt'S in 'Z8. l+IAS'l'MANitlnztril ' l':2lSllll2lIl plays-fl tht- graiiw for what there- is in it. lla- wats one of thv lutlwlm-st tau-klvrs of the tuun: when he' tzu-klr-rl, thvy stayed down. llv played :L prreztt part in blot-king' the- olnposing tt-anis. liust- mztn nnule All-Stntv gttmrrl lust yr-ur, zlntl we'll surely miss "Nig"' nt-xt fztll. 3 ' 1 MWHWWMW! M X WW ,MW SZQZQZQZQ29s22Q29C2Q2:425zQ2i2i2Q2i 2i2Q2Q2i2Q2Q2i5zQ2i2Q2Q2i0fg 315 Zi if 1 fi Q5 ii BN Vid pa QQ fa ef Qi fa W QS Pr? Ria SN W 523 X3 SN V58 and X5 BN W Q4 Q3 3055 fi K 55555555Fifi5555FKFKEKKFKEKFKFKEKEKFKEKEK 555395 f f ,w T I-3AKERfHalfbac-k - t'.loe" was the fastest man on the ' Nampa tealn. making long gains on end runs. He had a little hard luek in getting his foot hurt and was kept out of some of the games by it. This is also Baker's last year at Nampa High. NA SH-Left 'l'ac'kle 'I'his is Nash's first year on the team, Although he was not a veteran, he played mighty good ball, breaking through the line often and throwing his , man for a loss. Nash, during the last part of the season, played fullback. RI1'7KSfT.eft End Q Publix' opinion designates Deane Rieks " as one of the best guards in the state. Deane has played with the Bulldogs three years and the members of the squad who remain to uphold the standard of Nampa High, will miss his strength and 4-harging' ability. 'l'he school expects izreftt things from Deane in college foot- Ja . TIIOMSUN, Quarter - 'I'o start out with, George had the hardest place on the team to play. He had to find the play and then use it. This was Georges first year at quarter v and he was sm-eessful, He will be back next year to fill this position again. SAVAG ill-Right Guard Savage started and ended the season with fight and determination that is hard to beat. He was always in the midst of the play, blocking a hole or opening it, whim-hever was needed, The line will miss hfm at guard next year. RICHMUNI?-Halfbac-k j ltic-hmond is one of Nanipa's fastest ' bam-ks, being' very 1-apable in running ,Q back punts and kick-offs. This is Rich- ' mond's first year on first string and he . will be back next year. Q ww 7 ', ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, M f WWW WX, Q Z W NASH- liiglit ltliitl FK 'I'limlp:,'li small, .lutly tlitl Vl'0ll4ll'l'S. lit- M wats fast 'intl at pxoutl pass t-:ttt-ht-r, 'l'his by was his first yt-:lr tit varsity fur Nzuiulzt M :mtl .lutly HIVVZIXS inlztyt-tl tht- gamut-I 2 E BA trial:-iiitifllttt-it X3 W xV2Lllill'l' 1m1'uvt-tl tty ht- it gtmrl llzilflrztvli. ht-ing' ithlt- tn fiutl htnlt-s in tht- lim- ztiitl M tu lllllkk' guntl yzu'tlz1g't-. llt- was ztlsti at M i gnutl :lt-ft-nsivv nizm. 'I'his wats XVzLllatt-t-'s W 7 first yt-:ir plttyinp: for Nampa :mtl ht- will W 5 U 2 'Q W' if 54 i-f '4 rn S9 I1 25'-Z EZ F M A 'l'llGtlS-liigrlit 'l'zit-klt- This is also 'l'it-gs' first yt-tu' with tht- M it-atm. lie iilayt-tl :L fqotitl gtunt- ut tau-klt-, M lnw-nkiiig' throuy.:'h tht- lint- timt- :Lftt-r gif limi- tu thrnw his lilvll fur ltvsst-s. 'I'it-gs will ht- lvzit-lc with tht- tt-:tm lit-xl yt-tu' K M to SII't'llf,Q'Illt'll tht- lint-. M 2522 if l.l'Ql'ltI -llatlflmt-lt Lulu- sizlrlt-tl tht- st-tismi :it qi1zti'tt-r- ax lmttk hut wats lzitt-r trzuisft-rr:-tl tn full- hut-k. llukt- wats mit nf tht- gziim- for at M month tru :lt-tw-tiiit uf :L haul lt-g' hut will NB ht- hawk ut-xt yt-ur to strt-iigtht-11 tht- I by but-kfit-ld. W iii EEK 2' 1'AAIl'l!l'Il.l,---Ilztlfhttt-lt is g l'Iiliur t-uultl piety fnothztll, ht-ing' mit- til' ya M tht- llztrtlt-st lim- llIllllALfPI'S tan tht- tt-atm X3 :mtl tant- whtn was not :ifrztitl nf gt-tting W hurt. This wats his first yt-:tr ut vttrsityg Mg BA ht- will iitmt ht- hut-k llt'Xl yt-ur, 5 M IMDNAIAD ILXKIGIQ-lliglit ltlntl M l'flllSlIll'l'lll2.Z' that this was lbmrs first wg yt-:tr nt varsity ftmtlmll, ht- tlitl mighty M wt-ll, XVllllllllf.1' fur himst-lf at plztrt- tm tht- Xl, first tt-um. lit- is at gtmtl tat-kle-r :mtl K W will ht- but-k nt-xt ye-ur tu ht-lp nut. , we W .i..... I 3062 M BN M 296 M 254 M W M W M HX M SEX M W M nk' M W M H53 M W M W M 2294 M HN M HN M W BSE? r-i KD U1 I.: SKGXXYN XXX MXN 'WE ,WFWEQ X sei: Ss X N . Ns NWN 3 5 ks Basket Ball M The basketball seaso11 started out with a big ha11dicap, there bei11g only three M hx old heads in the game: Spaugy, centerg Rash and Terry, forwards. But as Nampa wg M can always get a good team, it was not long until we had five men in tip top M shape. These were Spaugy, centerg Rash and Terry, forwards, Harris and Ricks, W guards. yd M After two weeks of hard practice we had a scrimmage with the town team which M ended with Nampa High at the long end of the score. Our first regular game was W with Meridian, which, being the first real game of the season, was an even match. yd avg When the game ended the score was Nampa 29, Meridian 19. M 1 We next journeyed to Mountain Home, and the Nampa boys tossed the ball so BX fast alld accurately that Mountain Home was lost in the rush. W M N The next two games with Meridian and Caldwell resulted in easy victories for M ampa. BN The game with Boise at Nampa d1'ew a large crowd of fans from both towns. W gd Good guarding on both teams was the outstanding feature. When the final gun M shot, Nampa was leading by a score of 20-16. The next four games with Caldwell W and Payette were only practice for the fierce Bulldogs, each resulting in an easy W M victory. !"'l M Up until the time Nampa journeyed to Emmett, she had not tasted defeat. But W there, on account of a narrow hall and a dark room, Nampa lost by one point. W M Two weeks later Emmett journeyed to Nampa. Yorgason's hall was packed with XB enthusiastic rooters who witnessed a clean, hard fought game, which was either W W one's until the final whistle blew. How Nampa shouted when the score stood 23-22 W in favor of Nampa! M The next important game was with Boise at Boise. The Bulldogs seemed be- SM wildered at the fast playing that Boise showed. The game ended in favor of Boise, if 32-17. This gave Boise the district title with Nampa second. M W Fate was against Nampa again in the tournament. She drew Boise for the first W game. Nampa didn't even get a look in at this game. Boise beat her to a tune of M 23-6. ' E She drew Parma next. This game was child's play for the Parma team, who beat W Nampa, 20-13. M This ended the basketball season for 1928. We are now looking forward to M W track and spring football. W MEX M W M W M W M W M W M W M W M W M W M W M W M W W W M W M W M W M W MEX r-1 K9 CH n..l QM M W M W M W M W its 3 QE MS gm M W M W M W M W KM QZQZQZQEQEQQEQZQEQEQEQEQZQEQZQZQZ EKEZEKEKEZEKEKEKEKEZEKEKEKEKEZEKE rack BX 'Frat-k began with a boom as the first signs of spring began to show, many can- M M didates turning: out to fill the vacant shoes left by the graduates of last year. As V3 W a result, Nampa is putting out a good team this year in spite of the handicaps of M M bad weather and lack of a suitable field. W W So far our track men have shown up very well: in the invitational meet with M Boise. April 21. Campbell won first in the pole vault and tied with Comin for M second in the high jump. 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M 18-Cast chosen for Senior Play, M hx MARCH-INFLUENZA MOON "Bil1Y-" W - -- ' " H t d M 1-Basket ball tournament in Boise. Hoilzezg saggy: ,1I::3'i1S,The ann e XB W The attendance at school ' '. .' . Mg 2-was rather uncertain In order 25-Two Jumor-Senlor assemblies' M to see the Boise game evefiy Miss French arrives for second. M W 3-one reported at 8:30 in the 27-Jfniqpscnior Prom' Hail' we W M morning and school ended at noon. the Jun org' M It was well worth the early rise. W 6-The Bulldog Athletic Club X13 M pulled their first party of the year. MAY.-FINAL MOON M The outstanding amusement of the ' M evening was Art Spaugy's attempt at 1-Everyone leaves off his coat. M W dancing. Phooey, it's hot! we 8-Mr. Walsh returned today after 2-Spizzers busy at track. Watch M being absent over a week because of 'em go! M the illness of his mother. 5-,F d y D t C ld uv W 19'20'Operetta! Operetta! Operet' Seniorsoilvlanedrcifr oveiyandl takeainwfhe is M ta! fWilbert Nafziger seems proud of Sights. W his beach-tan complexion. The usual 10wqMay Fate. Au hail the Queen. W M number of new "cases" developed.l 16-And Seniors had to take M 22"SRakeSPearean Progrffm AS' Exams. An absolute outrage. Blame it HN SeIggly'SkLTgkEeeg:e33Eng:1 1312- the most onto Miss Bird and Miss Willmorth. W - , 17-S ' B kf t. A -t - K ogdtlggnrgiek with their usual songs be-forgoffgsroccgsinias never 0 Q ' ' 17-18-Senior Play-A knockout! M 1-31-Absences! Kerchoo! Kerchoo! 18-Last day for Seniors' Free at M - last! Are4n't Seniors dignified in caps HX and gowns as they listen to Rev Cook? W M APRIL-RAINY MOON 0312TSeLnilojr rCllgaSsss Dray. Rather tire- M s e o e c me . W 6-Senior Sneak. Laughs! Giggles! 24-Commencement. At last! Sen- W M Fun! Accidents! Searching Parties! iors bid goodbye to N. H. S. Olive M W Givens' Hot Springs! Oh, ma! Oil! fAu Revoir.J W in ea ses we BOEEKEKEKEKEKEKEZEKEKFEKEKEKIEKECKEEKFEKEKBUC 51021 fl massages f fa ,A Zia f .f wilfkag iisiiiiibgi li if :Q SPIZ DANCE in their honor March 16, at the Elks' E , temple. On the night of October twenty- T - M ninth. the Spiz girls gave a dance in onjoaiid 08301: 12239 ffrtgljd dgfngiidglfge M PM the High School auditorium in honor Near the close of the art r. ' W M of the Pocatello football boys. This waltz was held Ed ,megs anyd Qaglgge feat was as huge a success as any Hansen oapturfng the prize e M ex other feat undertaken by the SPH The hall was prettily decorated with W if club. At first the boys seemed rather green shamrocks and other remind- M bashful and timid, but they soon lost ers of St Patrick',S Da W their self-consciousness, under the Punch' and wafers' were serv d Vg SK spell of the Nampa girls, and had a throughout the evening e M N good time. The auditorium was deco- ' ' rated with apples which gave one an ,, , , , W PM impression of a ripe Harvest. Punch, M dougllnuts, and candy were the re- , W freshments. The College of Idaho sup- SOCIAL FUNCTIONS OF G' R' S W M plied the music, and aside from one The Girl Reserves, as in former M hx Pocatello boy who fainted the boys Years, have had their share of good seemed to enjoy themselves. having times. First was a theatre party and VE M made many acquaintances. progressive lunch, given in honor of M M the new members. Lots of fun made ' l I ll 1 this an enjoyable occasion. M :AS Q5 W More than half the school turned Daglghter banquet- This Wes en OC' out to attend the Annual Student Body cas on full of pleasure arid will be W M Party. Both Thursday and Friday af, long remembered. At the time this is M W ternoons back-breaking decorating was Wrlffen- thef'e,f1U'e several more events in progress in the auditorium. Jack to Come off nthe Metheluneughter W M Thompson! ..Red Jaoketsu played the Tea, another party, a picnic, and the W dance program and everyone seemed Sewer Farewell- At .ell of these the to be enjoying himself thoroughly success and. good t1m6S of all the W M Plenty of ice cream, cake, pickles and former ectlvlties are eXDeCied- M W buns were served, and owing to the 'K . 1 It M good judgment of the refreshment W committee there was just a sufficient W amount to feed everyone. The end of FRENCH PARTY 52 M 5 perfect evening' A delightful and unique party was s s -if -u held in the high school auditorium on M W March 14 when the two French class- W M BULLDOG'S DANCE es held their annual party. During the M f' t t f h ' F I W On Tuesday evening, March 6, the Sliiorkogv gui ixgngggort rzgghaggnsi W M lagiy friends ol, the ve1'iouS,NamDa- doped as the students realized how High "Bl1lld0ES were enteffemed at difficult it is to translate "modern" M W a little informal in the High.School English into pronoh- The program ooo- W M auditorium. .To all Orthophonlc Vic- Sisted of French songs, games. poems trola. the dlffeflellt 00119195 dlsllleyed and jokes, and was followed by light M N their ability to do their stuff. Loti refreshments. D W M of fun, plenty of eats. More such, M Blllld0gB. gl 4 g gl W 1 u 1- 4 md M SENIOR SNEAK M SOPHOMORE-SENIOR PARTY W . On April 7, the Seniors actually sllr- W M This Year the S0Dh0m0Y'es look lt prised t?J the rest of the classes by M 119211 themsellfee to Show the Sel1.l0l's not appearing in school: Ill the wee :Z 3 good time. so a dance was glvell hours of a new day the Seniors W M 535353EKEKEKEKEZEKXKEKEKEKEKEKEKXKM , Wmeaf WWMMMMWWWWM f W 7 , J., giiiiiiii Z f EQEQEQZQE QQ soC1ETY---mfmmf 1 V, W steathily made their way to Roose- JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM W velt school. At 8:00 o'clock two trucks U M M and fourteen cars, loaded with happy Th1'1llS? Olhhye? Beagty? WSU, 1 W Senior nd f' ha ' ta hers, should say! T e unior- enior rom, W startec? fgr Junfpyecreelgpfgteresgveral which was given in honor of the Sen- M M detoursy jumping Off find OH trucks, ior class, was held at the Masonic W Wd C'0SSr9ad g?the?mgS- they af' Temple on April 27. W rived at their destlnatlon. The day was M M SDC-Bllt ill the HSHHI 9-I11L1S9fI191lt of Wallace Orr planned some very at- W Clambofing 0V?Y' Ph? ffjlscfnating Ylqgesf tractive decorations for the hall. At Wd M aslicglrrif ling lsstfnffgggtlnof? one end of the ballroom was an arch, X5 W the fats! The, three gianit ice-creani which had in ifrg larie N' V232 W containers seemed to attract some of 28 ,under lf' e c0,0r SC e e . M M the Sneakers all afternoon. Givens' carried out 111 the Senior colors, white W Hot Springs drew some of the Sneak- and blue- md K glgloglyayuggovrn 5?1iuE2g3yond0ag,t5ggi insight? Zelirleislhgments were served dur- E nervous.J ' M thglxgh rfligftigulg nggoliise tglizir S553 The Plantation orchestra furnished he to the xrsfsgfgybfrssifngozsffxxrilssssisr W Helga-Iiiniyto the Senior Sneakers of '29: Serpemines and Conffgtti were given W if Keep an eye on all wandering Sen- out to the crowd during the last few M W iors, alone or in pairs.J dances. W M .nest M X? X , 30 fd Www? , 869407, .. 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Phone 90 W lIIIIIIIIIIZIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillllIIllllIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilll1Hllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllll 'lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllmmllllllllllullHllqllllllllllllllllllllglllllllllllllllgllmlllllllmlllylllllqlmllllllfllll',lllP',,ln K J- H- MURRAY SAMUEL A. SWAYNB gg PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON M PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON M W Old National Bank Bldg. Zig M Office Phone 40 Res. Phone 50 Nampa D. Bldg. Phone 90 M PM yllll AllmlllmmnnlllillllllilillllilllillllllllllllllllNilllillllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllHllHHllllllllllllIIIIIlllllIllllIIIIIIIIIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHII M W4 G- E- SHAWHAN H. o. ROBINSON N' W M EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT M SPECIALIST PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON W gi Slnallwood Bldg. Phone 251W 1317 Fourth St. So. ' Phone 38 Q lllIIIIlIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!iIlIlIllIlIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllhll ,M-311IIIIIIIIlIIIIlIIII4IIIIlIIII1I5IIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIl5III5IIgIgIIIHllplllllllllll,lllllll Q4 ono. B. lJBooToB U Tnos. ln. MANoUlxl kg M PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON M SX Lloyd Bldg. ollioo Phone 69W B, B, Bldg. Phone 35W X13 if 219, 15th Avo. so. Phone 69J Res. Phone ssl ki lllllllIllllil!WilllilllllllIIIllllIlllllIllllllllllIllllllllIllllllllllIllllllllllIllllllllllllllll'llWWlllllWllillllllllllllllllllllllllli lllluxlllullIllullluullllllllllllllmllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllnllnnnlllnlll: M M T. o. noBToN BELKNAP n BBLKNAP M 3 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS Q Q Old National Bank Bldg. Ph0119 132 107, 12th Ave. So. Phone 300 Q W llllllilllllillllilllllllilllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllll1llllllllllllllllilllllllilllllllNIHllllllIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIllIIlllilllilllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllillllllllllllHHHIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllilllllllllllillllllllllllllllllHlllllllllllllllllllllll we M Mr. Cowin:-What is the formula for Wilber N:-fIn history classJ-Teach- M W water? er's pet! Teacher's pet! M Dorothy K:-Oh, do they? M W Joe Ba.ker:EH IJ K L M N O. W M Mr. Cowin:-Why where did you get M W that? Miss Willmorth:-Un a spell downl- W Joe Baker:-You told us only yester- Handsome. M day that it was Hzo. vlotor Duspiva:-Me???? X53 EOEEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKIKEKEKEEKEKEKEKEKBOE UOBI sausages S zsesesesaoz if Q2 Z ZM :vi D Gas and loo Per Cent 93 ,sq PURE PENNSYLVANIA OILS M QQ The Hlgfl Scbooflv Dz'.s'crz'mz'natz'0n Q2 M Nampa Filling Station Star Service Station M W Tenth Ave. at First St. So. Fourteenth Ave. at First St. So. we HHIllllIIIIIlIIllIIIlIIIIIIIIIHlIVlHHIIWIH1HIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIKHIHUHIHIIIllIIWNHHIHIIHII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIVIIIIVIHHHHH!!! IIWIIllIIHllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIKHIWH IIIIIIIIIIIHHMHHIWIIWHHIIIIIIIIIIIIHIINHHNHIIWNIHIIIWWWHIHIIHHIIIIII llllllllllll' M WHY DID MISS WILLMORTH BLUSH? In Physics class, during a discussion M W of hydraulic ram. W The Senior English classes were study- Aaron Harris.-Whatys that-3 PM ing the use of "who" and "whom." On D Br .-O th't, wh r the ge' M hx that day Miss Willmorth kept hiding a 't im lown' ' 'L S e S y ' W portion of her left hand. 5 ee woo' M M Miss Willmorth:-Seniors, today you W are to think only about WHO and "Are you laughing at me?" demanded W M WHOM, Lang, sternly of his class. M W Spaugy Seems inattentive. "Oh, no, sir!" came the reply in W 33,4 Miss Wnlmorth- - Arthur are you Choirs' k d th f M . . ' ' " en," as e ro essor. even more W thmkmg about WHO and WHOM? grimly. "what else eisp there in the room Wg M Spaugy:-I am thinking-WHO? to laugh at?" M W IHH4HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWHIHHIWWHHIllWllIWWWilHllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIKIIHIHIHIKIHHHHMWHWllWWINIHlllllIIIIIIIKKHIIIHWIIIIHIWHlllllllllllllllllllllllIIHlllllIHlI'lIllIHlHHHWHIUWHllW'HUIH11HllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIWIHHIHHHH!lllllIlllllllllllllllllllill yd Rt A QE 35 Parsons' Shoe Boise-Payette gg gg Shop Lumber Co. gg aw 1nAntmLUinnu: We QQ Shoes Repairecl F0 1' N Q: 1 IDAHO IIUMIMS M VVh1le You X53 hx Wziit . ' I we Q4 Blllldlllg' lxI2ltCl'lillS Q2 pm of all kinds kd K Tenth Ave and Third St, Phone 32 is by I Nampa, Idaho ylg M 21 Wall Street Nampa - M W W 3965355EKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEZEKEZEKM H091 ! wMvWW,,W 'A WI W V f Www ff 7 !"zWf5!',U'f2, WMWW Beiisasisis Massszswe ,ig ' M: gg Dr. I. CD. Van De Grlft ggi Wg OSteOpathIC Physician W 814 Dewey-Davis Bldg. Xia HX lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilillillllllllllillllllllmllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ll llllllllllllllll lllllllll lllllllll llll'illllNillllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllfllllflllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllill Il lllllllllllllllllll lll M W ODE T0 MILLER How to Keep from Flunking a Final M , , , Exam. in HistoryQBy a Senior. if MIIIQTYS acquiring a mustache Y h W W 'Neath his partician beakg 1- D011t take h1St0FY. M Getting it on the installment planf 2. Get a teacher who doesn't believe if A little down each week. ill final exams. My by i 3. Drop the course at the end of the M PX Mr. Cowin: Why are summer days f1I'Sf SIX Weeks. W longer than winter days? 4. Have somebody else take exam. hx Marshall Anderso11: The heat expands He'll flunk it for you. X3 M them- 5. Forget the day the exam comes fd W -- on and stay at home. ka Lloyd Young says he did11't pick his 6. Skip the first three questions and M teeths-that they were his by birth. guess at the others. It's easy! M M 1llllllllllllllllHillllllllllllllll"lIII'IIIIIIIl1llll'IHlIIIlliillHlllHHlllllHWllilllilllllilllillllllllllllllllllllllllllHllllllllllllllill llIHillllllllllllllllllllllllWHlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllI llllIllIllllll'Hll lllllllllllllllllllllllllHillIllllllllllllllllllllll M Q C ' l l I O . M M lllleotric' Cooking is the vleanest, safest and the keg BX most convenient niethod of cooking. And it is Q Q4 surprising how little it vosts to cook the elevtric W 3972 waxy. Come in and let us deinonstrate the ativan- X5 Q5 'Lagos of this niollern way of cookery. if W E L E C I R I C H 0 P W as VH W W BGQEKEKEEEKFKEKEKEZBQEEEKEZEKEKEKEKEKEKM H101 iff' QW Zwwfwmwmmma ixgiiiiiiii EQEQZQZQE PK Hur U-xmlim-Q -:rv Dulicimls M ,N 1 A 1 WILLARD V, QQ Folllltzlill Scrvico Q Q4 MMU 1w1,s'1'm1f: RADIUS M M L I B R T Y c:mNl+:1:A1. 'FIHIGS Z5 ,ij J j NAMPA ELECTRIC Z5 W SWEET SHOP SERVICE STATION vi Zi 1314 First St. So. Phone 346 Q M WWW W 1' " vw HW'W'i11'Wiii 'WWW ' 1 'MNNWWWWVW M WM H:H.'UH w'11 WHWHHWNWHHIHMINHHMHHN:WiwVH!IHHiMWHHIUH'MMWWiiN'1'uHN'!!l'ClMIIHHHNH M if mmli slclclw, 1'm'1,'1'l:Y ANU l S HAVV 81 RUDGE is px mlm' sl'v1'1,1ms me af x l'1,lfM1a1Nu AND lll+lA'l'lNG Xa 95 sll1+1l+1'1' M l+1'1'AI, NW DKK Via is Nampa Seed 81 A1ssm,lf'l'l+1 l+1l+'14'lcf11+:Nm' Q3 SQA Grain Cgmpany l'l1011e :m M B54 V41 if 119, liilh Avu. Su. Phone 45152 Z 14th Ave. Between First and S0l'0lld St M um '- , ,, N !,q, Mn: ,,m,n,w u ,1 'w,1, ,N1'Uww,umw'm,ww, ' , Y xMumwwummuum'H"um1wMwmummwmwn'ulmnmuumx1mxmuummmumu umu4:um1,:uux P H O N E is T A X I 41 and 301 , me M Clty Dye VV orks ga iii? Zigi? i'I,If1ANHIiS, DY HRS, lIA'l'Tl41IiS, l'I,l41A'1'lNU 3962 M W Wi :X M hi! Wi W WZ 255 M W M SSX M PM M W WZ W WZ H55 W4 254 M SN PM HN M SN FK W FPR W 35525 rv .n .1 .n ga BX 'che-t Uoorgm- Do I1 Y" wld M ,V GEO. L. MORRIS M by NVAREHOUSE ON TRAUK 5 2115 BK 'FRANSFER PACKING ST01iAGh: 114, 12th Ave. So. Plmne 512 " vw www ww ww' 1 ' M Mx H www "' ' Nw' N w N N N - N V M NW W W' 'N H " M ' 1' "W H 1WHUU-1WWW'H'1 11 WWW !1ww11w 1 H!NHJHMHHMHx'HHHH Hn'HH11M1WuwWmuumuwmmumr'x1XuxxwxxHxxanxxWxmxmu'uumwmmumll mv by L - A - N - D VVIIIGN IN NAMPA, IIJAIIU We avi l V bl 1 H Al kg 33X For BEll'g'illI1S Ill My QQ mlms or m'1'1'Y 1'1:o1,m1: '1'Y Dewey 'Pa-15-Ce Q2 QQ Sw Hotel Q3 ' f 4 1"' 'ui UI: ss C213 ,l QQ Llgfband CO' HSUor1lguu1io11L H if INEIIIIPEI, Idaho E HMAKE IT FROM NAMPAH X3 WW' U ' , VW' " ff ff ,f fffwfwwwvwn WWW , Wy Av ,My !Q,Wwf mm ff, WW? ,Zyl KW ,y ,WWM aoewzzszizs Hasegawa 3, I --- Zi gg Tell the Stow Q2 B54 EVERY l4lVl+lNT IN Sllllllilll llllf'l4l IS NVUli'l'll A I'll0'l'UGliA1'lI M am ' V ' YW 1 1 1 1 1 ' V W 1 Y Y mg gig XUU WILL lHluAbUl-ilu 'llllukl IN llnAlib '10 COMF, RH The C'l1llil1'Cll will not be little lOIl0"4ll10Y are h A Z5 . 574 C'l12lIlQ.L'lllg' every day. But then' pl1o1og1'z1plls X13 W HCV91' g'l'0VV Hp. ka Q4 Special l'11l1lIJl110lll for lillilllg' Clllltll'l'l1,S por- M W4 traits. had QE PHONE T63-.I FUR APPUlNTMl4lN'l' if PX , . sw 34 Young S tu IO is 0 Biz G 0 fu rw ' '1 XSS xx 000 llnrteentli Avenue bouth W - illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH,lllllllll:lllI.lllllllllhilllilll l l l .ll lrllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllll1lllllllllllllllllll1llll1llll1lllllllll1llllillllllllllllll1llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll gg W n1aNT1sT Q iff Zi g ATTUHNHYATLAW' yd 1 . Y . i I hx liuuni l, bllldlllllllltl Bldg. Ummm 'MMM-SWIG Bmw.. Vid M i ' h M hx 1410110 496 Nampa, Idaho Q l,lllliwl'lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllvlllllllilllllilxlilllllllillllillllill,llllllllllllllllllll ll''llllllllllllll'll,',llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllillllllllllllllllll1lllllllll1lllllllll-llllllllllllllllllllllwillllllllllllll.llllllll,llllli!, lll I Ill llll W THE AD MAN "No Pyrene can quench the fire, W . . Nor Aspirin can still the heartacheg M By the shore ot Cl1t1CllI'ZL Oh, my Prestolite desire, M W By the sparkling Pluto Water Let us marry, little Djer-Kiss." M Lived the prophylatic Chiclet-f-- --Excha.ng6- M Danderine, fair Buick's daughter. -M W W She was loved by Instant Postuin. Iiiud Qld Ladyjg-fWh0 has just given if S011 Of SU11'KiSt ffllld Vifftfolaz at freshie some candylfe nd now, my lit- M hx Heil' 2111113-Telli to the Mazda tle man, what do you say? fd M the ltrige 0510033-30131 L H Freshie:fGot any more? M ' irougi e 'ire e lea ley wan- kg dered4 W 'tL0vely little Wrigley Chicletf' 'eqgq 1112 ILIIOA '11 W M Were the fairy words of Postum, pneg 01 ,xzmo siqq 11.1111 O1 emaq Uiuoyg Q :XX 3555451EiEiSEEKS?EEEZEKEKEKEKEKEKEKM H121 SS ig Nwxx NN 5 S ig , I SX NS QS I S W ii if l MYERS N MVCARTHY Ladies' und G0nl'S II2liI'i'lliI-lllg B524 I W QQ STATION Barber Shop 22 SQ VIWHQNS AND TUBES Oul' l'1'ic'0S Are RVZISOIIRIIJIU Q2 E UAS, o1LS AND ACCESSORIES i Gini Us El 'pl-ml Q M Corner 12th Ave and Third Street South Next Door to Library Nzunpa M W llllllllllll' 'll"lll'lll""'l'lll'W' ll'lll'lllllllllllllllllllllll"ll"""l 'llllllllllll'lllllll'llll'lll' E lullIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllilllllllllullllllllllll' ,,,. miuuuiinmlmiiiiiiiiluiiiiiiiiiiiiiimuiiiimmiiimli W Rial VS M En.PaI1'VJeEdSS gfl.PL.hDkH1SCH1 M iz ' ' ' n. n. S. if ,X DENTIST yi, fr D t' t M by llowoy-Scales Bldg. en IS W E Phone 113 Q pm Iiooni I3 B K B Bldg. xg W mlmllllll l lllllllllllllllllnlllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'llllNllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'l A Wi I I ii I X3 BN . W iz A. L. Anderson Cfjlffdl 16685 Coal Co. ig W Knights Spring' Canyon and W BK ATT1 DHNPIY-A'I'-IIANY Ili Heat Coal Na Free Delivery the Year Round W Watch for Nvhite Trucks W SQ Munliull Bldg. 11110110 155 Q 3 FOR ICE, COAL AND WOOD in Nznnpa Idaho H. YOUNG, Prop. M M IilliiiluulmnuunummiiiiIiiIiII1iiimumulllllzma1.rwi:1'Il11liii11iiiiiiiii1iii1liiiiiiiimmiiiiiiliwulun:minimal 5 WHWX,HWX,WW,W,,WW,WW,WWMMMWWWW WW M 3 S. W. Miller C. L. Gregg Q Phones: Day 131-Night 576 2 . ij Nampa Transfer American Bakery is if CQ CO. i Service, Quality, Uloznnlinoss if 35 PIANO AN? MOVING thu. luotto 'V 2322254u5iFa533?2l3eJ3mS and N-L-KINNICYIl'1'011- Vi W4 , V Y . M W Lratlng and Storage We 5 112, 13th Avenue South YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED 3 BSSEKFZEKEKEKEKEKEKEEEKEKQTEKEZEKXKEZEKICS Zi EEK WIWWWWWMQ ,,6,,,0, Z 2 Z ywwewfwfam aoezszszsas asasasassoe g 4 2 A A we gee ZWJQW ie? W QW fm fi gag QM ee ee me X53 K Dick Philpott:-May I marry your Oren Richmond, who belongs to the M daughter? National Guard, and just begun the sum- M Mr. Menzies:-Are you able to support mer encampment at Boise, and walking W W a family? down one of the paths he met a commis- M Dick:-Well-er-er I didn't want the sioned officer. Oren failed to salute. M whole family, I only wanted Dorothy. The officer stopped him and Said: W hx M, B,rd. U Tt Y 1 3 what "Say buddie, do you see those leggings'?" M M wGfME55w5E53V- sSHEHiZW23WQ?STi W B54 Piiggm McCampbell:-Little Wonder Liver the darned things they gave me-,, E W George Allen:-Hello. How's the Milk , , M Maid? Mr. Walsh:-Are you taking anything W af Doris Laster:-Milk's not made, you for that Cough? W dumbellg cows give it. Max LaLande:-Lots of advice. M llllIIIIIlllllllIIIIIIlIIIIHIIIIIIIIHIIIIIKIHIH!HHHNIHHillIHHHHiHNNMHHNHNNNNMNNHWiNHiiNNHWNHHH1111!HIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIHli IiWIHilIllllIIIIIIIKIIIIllIIIKIIIIHIIIHIIIVIIIIWIHHIIIIHIIIHIHWIIEHHHNHHNNH!HHNHHNHHNHHHHNiiIHHHNNHllilil!!Iliiililiillliillllllll ii f- W we ev emgoe Berber , af avi I2 Your Chiropractor his am P NU MED1ClNE NU KNIFE is M Haircut, 35 eents 5 XE hx Shave, 15 cents E Lloyd Block Mg SX HlilmlllilIIIIIIIIIKIIIIIIIIIIIIIlillllillllilllllllllilUWWUWYWVHWWWHWHWWHWHHIHlllN1III1IIII1IIIIillllllllillllillliliiiiIII!IiIlHiliililVII1IIII1IIIIlIIIIIIIIllllilllllilllllllliliklPiIIIiiIIIllllllllllillliiilillilliUUiNNHNNNHNNWUNNNUNHHHWWNWWWNNNNNHWHWIIHHIIHIIVHI 5 124, 12th Ave. so. Phone 209 3 C f Q gf 2 H 1224 Main Street yd 2 ROY MERCER,Pnm. X5 BA E Phone 44-M W Q92 Bakery Cezneb 3 M Q42 Kzteben Q Q 95 Full Line of Bakery Goods Always We ,Cater tot, puvagel fhulfclzicgl' if M Orders for Special Cakes or 2 dfmclnfg PM wha uit' QM Bakery Goods promptly 2 gatherings or card pal ics . . . . M if Executed N W Just call and tell us what you want xg :YQ Lunclwa at H11 HUUW' 2 We will do the rest : : : : : : : X24 PM Candies of Our Own Manufacture e M ,sg 2 1 We W Remember Our New Location SERVICE UUR BIUTTO W if O11 Second Street and Twelfth Avenue Y M W W MEKEKEKEZEKEKEKEififiifififififififilbi 51141 j,ypmwmw,.,,,Mmm I A 2 www V, Z l seszszszsas asaaasasaoz M iw f rwawfw it Q2 Q QQ Garage and Machine Shop kg K We have the best equipped shop in Nunipzx for auto- Q and motive repairing, lll2iClllTl0 work and welmling: Expert ka SN men in cliarge ot' every clepartinent. Call our service W WZ 1 car VVll01l in need ot' our service : : : : : : : xg H 9 and ll Thirteeiith Ave. So. Phone 96-J-Nzuiipa, Idaho Q A IllIIIIIIlIl"IllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllillllllllllllllllllllIllllIlllllllllllilllllltlllllllHHllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIlI'IllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllll'lllllllllllllllitlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli we M HANDY DICTIONARY OF FOOTBALL always make wrong decisions whe11 the M . , h t ' 1 ' g. W Ba.llWAn oval shaped. thing 1nflated.w1th Refgriggtiian 2353211 of the game who W M alrffwd always bemg brutally kicked cannot be popular with all tl1e people M or a en upon. anytime' W Cleats-Handy attachments on the sole Scrimmage-When opposing players try W M of football shoes with which opposing to play football between arguments. M players walk upon each other's faces. Side Lines-A place from where any ex- hx Defense-sEleven men trying to keep you cited student dares the referee to fd from winning your 50 cents which you come. M bet 011 the home team. Tackling-A playful way opposing play- M hx Eleven-Nickname for some football ers have of trying to break the l16Ck of W gf teams. a player running with the ball. lx'-Q Forward Pass-A play which causes Touchdown-The ability of 0116 player to spectators to whoop or groan. have tell of his team mates knock W Gridiron-A field where the Ollly person eleven other men out of tl1e way so he fd real sure of making money every time can put the football in a certain spot M M is the referee. for the spectators to get excited about. hx Interference-When some excited spec- Victory-An intangible thing which stud- W M tator crushes your hat over your eyes. 6l1lS use as all excuse to celebrate in M Officials of the Game-Dumb men who different methods. g lllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllIIIIIIllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllIlllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll B Q4 Standard Four Year College Course, Gfillltlllg' B. A. and B. S. Degrees Q get COLLEGE OF ID HO .. 'K oALDumHJi1nAHo Q: ini M 5 Meinber of the Alll0l'lC2lIl Association of if W Colleges, Northwest Association of Second- at ary and High Schools. M BK WRITIG FOR CATALOG. li'lll1I1Y AOOREDITED R59 5545553EKEKEKEKEKEKEKEZEZEZEKEZEKEKX Wfmwwmem y ywew A , aeeeezeeezee eeeeeezeses ez . , 13 is sei . Rolvmyolz I er eyrz we W4 Dr.R.E.Bl1ckenstaH' S - - M an e ervlce Stat1on yd M DENTIST Run oRoWN GASOLINE M W ZEROLENE fi K oms W . NVholes-Ile and Retfxil K ienckey Bldg. ' ' FQ M Seventh Ave. and First St. So. M gigs Tqillllllil, Iclzlllcm has M umlwmimmlymillmmi1lmlmlllll,lll,ullim ml llmp,,llpyhml1ly,lylmmmiimmmmllllliiillmlillllllllllll llllllllllllllll .llllllllllllWllilllllllIllllH111llUillllilHilllllllHHMWlilllHWllilllillillllllillllllllllllllilllil llllllllllll ke 34 Showalter Chevrolet Mlller Cigar Store uf 34 Company W M Serfvice M Q 1 ami Q . . C9 . 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W W H a r v e y Gibbens:-Mrs. Sanders, I PM have courted your daughter for two M years, Mr. Emmelz-Now that we have dis- W W Mrs. Sanders:-Well what do you cussed the entire feathered kingdom 1 BA want? wish you would tell me which one of all M W Harvey:-To marry her. these birds you consider the most im- W Mrs. Sanders:-Oh! That's all right. portant to the welfare of the human race. M I thought perhaps you wanted a pension, Reuben Shawhan:-Stork. M 366555451Fifi555456EZEKEKEKEKEZEKEKEKBOE N161 Mwmmeefwmmewwww We X 5 5 ix XS A YQ , , QQP' Qs Q- Q5 XX we, A I X xxx N SNR S sf: 5 Q2 55 252 RN CB S R Q bl Cb Q CE 5 C4 was ZQEQZQ 555555 NAMPAIS DAILY NEWSPAPER RI Hzglz Clay! Commereiezl Przeztzhg 93 9714 Xia Ziiiiiiisii 55.5 5555555 PRINTERS OF THIS ANNUAL P 7"Z.7ZlZ'71g is the inseparable eompambn gf acldezvement pf mxwuuwm NUIIIIIIIIIIIIIII uwww1w'lHv4 um1fIIIrIx1:iux:,wmw wxmummmwu1Iu-uxnrllmlwluIIMIIHII,HI1u1m11Hw'w"u1wwMswIIImIuwIMIIImIIHIHIImuml'411vI::vuvm IIIIIIIIIIIwIIIIIIII1IIII'II!IIW'IIN M W Your friend-H Q QQ Superzor Shzne X ,I X. V, wa Iv ff: we W Parlor Af I 2 5 rf K EIVQN X 2 Q 0 - , M Hats Cleaned im N' ,IL M W Shoes Sbinerz' and E A -6 -95435 739 3136- Vi' M W "WE FEEL FRIENDLY TOVVARDS YOUR ka W A6063 Dbyefll CLOTHES-LIET b FRESHEN UP YOUR W Y INILTEI AI I EAR. NI F' YSAYS KAI'- E I'AIN KI EAN QS M ' VW ' ' U ' 1 W 3 v V 1 -1 XB W Q1IAl,l1x mm QI Iirlx Sluldfll I+, N D Cl , W M CUTIPCI fy Ganlng X3 W A W orks PM Lndivs A Spoviultyy ART DUNNUUK, P!'opriPt,m' PM Vi 1015 Second St. South Phong- 250 M BX ,414 31555555555555555554555555555555555555 x 3 2 X X ENE X X S N 5 S 3 s iliiiiiii 555555555 ff W , Q f , 7 , . Q gig FCEEQEQEQEQ 5 5 f 2 W of 21 Wy USE THAT Gt It JD Dr. M. W. Faylor C-B Gasoline Dentist Vico and Pennzoil Motor Oils gif Hickey Building . Mg 574 C-B O11 Company yin Phone Gll Q A Home Company is W llllllllllillllHHlHlllllllllllllllllllllllllllHMWHHillHillHillHllllllllllllllHHHHlltllllllllllllllilllillllillllllllllIllllMHHillllllllllllHlllllllllllvllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllMH!WiWil'WiWllHiHillW!HRW!!!MWHillilllHllHlliVllll!llUIIl we M Chloe:-That guy sure looks down in Interested Neighborzfwe just moved M W the mouth. in yesterday. Isn't your little Wallace W Bob:--Whassa matter with him? taking saxaphone lessons? RE M Chloe:-Nothing at all, he's a dentist. Mrs. Orr:-Yes, isnvt he Wonderful? BX -- . Everyone on this street thinks he ought W M Helen Stamm:-I took the recipe for to go to Europe' M this cake out of the cook book. 1-. we Deane RiCkS:"fSamp1ing the soggy Mr. Cowinzfflixplaining magnetism to PM thmg54Y0u dld pertectly. rlght' 'lt classj-How many natural magnets are M W never should have been put in. known of-3 W M Lloyd:-I just burned up a five dollar DOC Reynoldszirrwo Sir' M bill- Cowin:-Name them. M Jack:-You must be a millionaire. Doc:-Blondes and brunettes. M W Lloyd:-AWell, it seemed easier to burn mg we M it than to pay it. A fish gets caught when he bites. M W lll,llll,Hll1llillllllllllllllllllU1llWllHlNHIHHHNHHHIIIHIIINIIIIII II IIlHitHHHlllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllll lHHHHiHH!lIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllkllllllllIIIlHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII yd M C R H ' A 53 gi SATISFACTION - - IC Gy gmc!! M QM Is Om' Motto ' Vid Q Q Q z m as cw T' P-4 2 U2 f: :U be 2 O m 5 as SURETY BONDS is 35 Modern Amerzcan REALTOR yy, WZ Sh M 06 op 2 Nampa Idaho W 2 ' ' W at . W SM WWWNllNitlWWWWWWWNllNWWWWWWWHiNWWWWWWWIIHIIIHHIIIIIIIIIlllnflnlllltlllWWNNWWWWWWU we M Quickly, Neatly and Substantially Rebuilt 5 Clfialltllg, Pl'CSSll1g, AttCl'E1tl0I1S E SN With the Best of Materials. Z M M M Huntley 65' Givens QE W Pressery is W Gino. nAV1osoN, Prop. ' , W FREE DELIVERY 318 M 108 12th Avenue South M W Next Door to Strand Theatre Phone 360 Wd M Opposite Nampa D.- Nampa Idaho Xa 36612 W4 SN M :X WZ 255 M SN W4 254 WZ SX W4 234 W4 2 WZ HN M SPX W2 W WZ 2524 Fw? W W4 W PM W WZ W BGE5 I-1 .- 4 N n.: aafofimm W' 'W 412 iff' , iiaszsmzi i 5.152 Q? Wgwg Hawaii? W f WE PAY FOR ASI-IES W M ' IF YOU ARE INSURED WITH US M 35 Study Osfcopafhy And Sell Dirt Cheap is W And Bc A FOR WE KNOXV REAL ESTATE we M Am M gg MCHQHH-RlS1Dg Inc. gg W Meredlth Nampa, Idaho W PK Over Nznnpa D. Bldg. OF COURSE X55 W Insurance - Bonds - Loans - Real Estate W M """'W' ll ll H'WH"'H"""""W"'WWlWWlW'WW'U''H"""""f'i""""""W'W IllUHllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllHHlIIHllHlllllllllll1HHllHHWIIHIIIIIIINIIIHIllllIIIHHHlHlllllllllllllllllllllllll M SQ .4SdJ'11f Wyfg, Fg,,,we,,v CANDY - IIUNCIIFIS Q3 QQ B School, SUPPLIES Q82 femme Flora! M M S-ff Company M M umumux u mm wmmmmmummum umumum I , W unch 312 L Q23 W Nampa Shoe Shop M W M Iliglu-st Grzule Shoe Repairing -- E hx At Popular Prices X3 M AHHI 4-r- 1 W 35 UANDHXJ Mvmuuouunu fMWetWfU0m Umllw xi nhsll W git! 13th Avenue So. Nampa, Idaho I6 1 K L mo M IllIIIHIlllllllllllllllllllWlIllll3lllllHHlllWl1lllllH'1llllllhll llllllllllllllIlllllllHIWl'HIIVIll'lIlllllllllllWWWHHWN N ClUllllllWllllllllllllWINHllillllll'IIIH1VWllllllllllllWlllllllllfWHlllllllllllllllll1IllllWlll1llIlIlllllllll"4llltzulllllllllllll ? M , , , , What is that never gets caught unless A farmer's'boy.w1tl1 a Swlllglllg pall, it bites? VR W T0W5H2rfa2l3Liff355'115it'lf"f1Tet1Q5i1f.?1f tau, AIPSWQPEOI' Page 118 if You CMH fig- M M On sweet red clover did regaleg ure It out for yourselt' WR W A bumblebee did gaily sail, -- M BX Topalhefisrtggebggtgvigdtsgaggwyywgalfeihe Mr.' Lang:f1ToN smart freshmanlflf W W brindle tail. you had SIX apples and I asked you qtor M The bee lit on the c0w's left ear, LhIEe'.1h10WS.m3'ny would you have left' an Her heels flew up through the atmos- ul '- lx' W SX And h the leaves of the chestnut -- M if A tree g Mr. Bauman:-I got a note from your W ,, ' . , . teacher toda - W lo boy soared Into etelmty' Ernest:-Tyhat's all right dad, I'll keep M PM --From Literary Dept. of N. H. S. it quiet. Wg W M BOSEKEEEKEKEKEKEKEKEZEKEKEKEZEKFKEKEKBOE 51191 W . WW f Www H QWWWMIMI fwxffff, f f f W ww ifmwwzzfwt w,ff 2 KEQEQZQEQZ ffm Z Z Wm fm Wfifhwwy 555 M W W A1111 SAGES GO TU hx w . I 1 YN 1 A ' 1 pf 11011 Snuplyy Sill-xvlfltl Ili his Dl'llg'S, i,l'CSl'l'lIJtl0llS and 14113141 INSURANCE M Fnxe C2111dlCS I Q lflilfllfl IJELIVIGRY U20 First St. Nzuiipu, Idaho BX! 11111111111111'11111111111111111111111111111'1111111111111111111'111111w11111'111:1iwwlrwiwl-11:1111111111111111i111111111111111111111111111 1 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111:111111111111111iiiiiiilliiiiiiiim1 K HIGH SCHOOL TERMS DEFINED Seniorities-An incurable disease belong- , , , ing to the genius, Swellio-of-the-Gere Assembly+A demonstration 111 sardme brum M packing. ' W Books---Miscellaneous periodicals neces- M sary for the scholastic appearance of Miss Birdjkwho was in Command gf the iH1T1at9S- the English at New York during the HX Drinking Fountains-Parking places for ReV0lL1tiOl1'? gum. Gordon Hadden:-How? K Excuses-Notable examples of forgery. IVUSS BiI'd1fC0I'I'6Ci. M Freshman-Small specimens of humanity Ai usually found in droves. U , V W Sophonlores-Hard Working, long wind- xvigofiilggggqsblgaiz' grgeigyigggiuggsgil ed, hap-hazardous personages. I ' PM .Tuniors---No reason known for existence Mrs. Terry:-I'll go and tell him. lt W 0f this Species, Will Chef,-I' him up. M 4 'Illini'WM11'Il1l11llll,lll11l1lllllllfllllll'lUlllllllHllll1l11hlilriilrhlIV!llllIlllllflllllllhllllll4l1lllllllllillllllliliwll11llllllIIIRIli!llII!l!iKiI!llIl'llllllllllllmllllllllllllli.11lllllllllllll1IllllllllllllWlllllttlllllllllllllIllllllllIllIlllllilllllllllllllllllllllli jj F or A Fme Clean I1me-- W al la ' P I B In W --- a 0 J cz m ear QQ Swimming N5 K 1 Water I f Q XV . BK A Great Aid X X' As Clear and W To ' Pure as QQ Health the gif and K VVater YOU if Beautv Drink W - lx ' Syl God 's f"' Changed 9331, Greatest Gift 12 TiH10S 1 fl W L , -Y, Y A K 3. Wt Y To gli? 'ffl BX bportsdoni O: ,fy Week gg BOISE, IDAHO EK?KE M M W M W M W W W M W W W M W M W W W M W M W M W M W W W W W W W M W M PPA Ml' ' Q 1 f M , W ,nj 4 40,7 I 4, fl M W W M "I4lYlCRY'l'llING l+ll1l+lC'l'RlUAL" XE gi I dtex NAMPA ELECTRIC ii bf! PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Vid M ,NM W gs 4, SUPPLY COMPANY M ,U in C 1 .lllsiaction H 'gif ,FRY THEM J. M. PRI! 1+,, JR, ylg 5274 A 11:1 12th Ave. sn. P55 W Phone 201 W M M W W B-A "l+lVl4lRY'l'lIING IN RADHV' keg M , 1 li. , -Ll :ilu xl .., M my llllllllil'l'l4l"l'lIlIllWlllllllHilllNHlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'Vlll'"l"lllllllllllllllll1llllH"llIlIlIllllllllllllllllllllll we W W Q4 UUIllIDllIl10IltS Ol' Q3 M 5 . M 524 NUTOR 00' Fred K. Robmson Q Q5 For Mow Them Twenty Yours Q pm Id2lh0 Service St3tl0l1 In Nmupu keg BM Directly Avross from the W M High School M 'l1'llIlHlHllllllllll'llll!ll!'1,l"'ll 'Q' ' l'l"llllllllllllllllllll1lllllllllllhllllllllllll''Wl1lllllllllh1ll'lllllllilllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllEUlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHlfll.llHlll'lllilllllllll1llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llilllll' 5 Al4"l'l+lR GRAIJUATING FROM HIGH SUIIUUI1, CUMIG TU- Vi! M W Q 19 xo W S 1 I 'A E W T' Business Colle el VP M M K, . 9 sw ,xg all Secretarlal School W PM Boise, Idaho. M W I W M H0017 'l'IIUliUUliII UUMMHHUIAIA TRAINING X3 BN 'l'hOsC who glildllilli' 1.111111 Our X33 872 UHBll'l,l+1'l'lfl I-SUSINIGSS 'FRAINAING COURSE Q AVC Always Assurvd OI' is by A GUUID POSITION AT A GUUIJ SALARY af Hur f1Ulll'Sl'S Ara-s Q S'l'l4ll'I'lNG STONES TU SUUUIGSS Q hx SUMMER SCHOOL DURINIJ THE MONTHS OF JUNE, .JULY .AND .AUc:i1s'r Send For Full Informzitioix M School and Office 1015 Idalm Strczot IS. C. ISEETHAM, Mgr. ,REE W M 35515555EiXiEPKEKEKEKEKEKEEK5355515553324 11211 !4,wW"WMna.,M4eQ, Y lywwmmw 3222222222 2222222222 M if eaawfw Wfrw X 35 , XVHEN IN TOWN VISIT QQ M Fuller S Cyclery THE M M VVQ Spegialize In T I M es 1 . , . . W W 5 Light Lunches we S4 W ' W M BIQYUJLS TRY OUR PARROT SUNDAE and M I OUR FAMOUS MALTED MILK xg 3 USED BICYCLES TAKEN IN TRADE 2 W G P XB m. 'rice, roprietor W llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHlllllllllllllllIlIlllIIllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllHlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlililIII!IIlIllllllllllllllllllIllHillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll QQ 'M. R. ADAMS 2 Dr. A. Gould W PM FURNITURE and HARDVVARE 2 Xa W Complete House Furnishings E Dentist Q an Complete Line of Dishes W lax HEATERS, RANGES, LINOLEUM, RUGS 5 FK , 5 . Nampa D. Bldg kia W Stove Repairs for All Stoves E H I M gn Phone 547-R NAMPA, IDAHO 2 24.3 llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!!!lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlillllllllllllllllllHHllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll HMW1yNHmlmummumuuHIHMWWIMIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIII,INmmuMmmummummlm'WIImmnmllllllllllll QQ ampu Harnefy Co. W 5 Harness and Saddlery '.UZ060.I!1StdIZddI'MWOflVdll10l QE ' . . . . FLYING CLOUD - WOLVERINE W Luggage dull E SPEED NVAGON W K Fine Leather Goods OAKLAND ' PONTIAC Q3 :eq EXPERT REPAIRING-OILING McKeeth 8z Sons Motor Co. M by 3 11 11th Ave south Nampa, Idaho W lllllllllllltllll'llllalllldlll'll41'llllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllll3llllllllllllll'lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllfllllillllflllllllllllllllllilillllllllllllllllllilIlllllllllllll'NNllllllllllll1I1IllllllllllllllVlllllllllIllllllllllllllfllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll A FEW STATISTICS If every one stayed out of school at the M If all the prohibition jokes told during same time, there wouldn't be 'any school. M px the year 1927 were laid end to end, less If you have laughed at- thls nonsense 225 than one half of one per Cent would be you are undoubtedly the kind of a moron M M original. that a first-class alienist could prove you rv- O C' CD I-. H: '4 O S: N "3 CD f-va O "5 I-v C 5 99 I-0- CU Q 5 O 5 UQ U' rv O 5' 95 4 CD I-I Ha U2 O E CD O r-ve rv- 'J' CD I-if O N' KD In m S: U' E I-. 1-r rv- ED Q- 1-f O I-v II' FD M Sage were printed, it would be no laugh- Eledamgunt Of. mfnley it takes to hire their XE ing matter. In O an a 1en1s . , W W If all the Ford cars in the state of 1 if Idaho were placed in a straight line, the Nurse: Well, Billy, do you want to M W driver of the car at the head of the pro- see the new brother the stork brought? we cession would stall his engine. Billy:-Naw! I wanna see the stork. PM If the names of all the millionaire mur- -1 M by derers who have paid the death penalty Suggested epitaph for Miss Bird's W for their crimes, were written in a blank third period history class: M book it would still remain a blank book. "Not dead, but sleeping." M 3965555555451555551EEEKEKEKEKEEEKEKEZBGE "fw,.,2, 4? zizizizizizazizixiiizzizizizizizizizizizggixiiiHQ - MMM Mifff M vi AQ Kixw Q QF MXQUw,Ew9ff' Y if 255 A - , ax IN M v 5 M J M , K 5 M Y XX if 4 . Q Ek- Vg is S 5 A , R A-Ex E w PM X 5 SH 5, 3 T. Efflg Sm 5' X 3: lux'-4 JWX lf GQ Q 9 , if 'Wx ' X Q X QP 255 '1 Q Q Q- fb Xu lg, g 'gd E gb? 5Cn,'xX5i X Qx X E' z -Q Y fxfxr',f C93 A M i ' W M ff X' M S-Ex: A SQ TQ' ff iff Q xi H X , W N I ' Mf va fzfafzfafzfzrdzfzivgz zHzf?rzHHHHmExEzfzfKfzM f ' :D J L I Z m I s' , ' 9 MZ! M W M HN M HN M W M PX M SN M W M Es? M HN M W M SN M W M W M W M W M W 30653 r W f I VV WWWWW MW f X W4 7 ww ta Z WW f f W 'WM Kiiiiiiiiaf f W A mf Z My f gf wifawwf f Z f 4 ff MQW 6 f 7 f gg WM Q it if M M W W M M 9 gf Please Don t F orget--- ig if That, one's best is all he can do. QE ggi That, a picture in the snap section means some distinction in W M High School. by That, everyone doesn't like the sarne things. 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