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OUR BELOVED C L A S S M A TE WHOSE
MEMORY WILL ALWAYS BE DEAR TO
THOSE XVI-IO KNEW HIM, WE DEDICATE
THE 1939 SAGE.
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EACH SEASON USHERS IN A SUCCES-
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Many of our wise public commentators feel
that the youth graduating from high school at the
present time will be called upon to solve many
serious problems in the next few years.
They predict amazing changes in the field of
y economics and society throughout the next two
decades. Many people of course fear these changesg
they fear them because great periods of social and
economic changes have also brought danger, un-
stable and insecure conditions for most people.
If these prophets of change are correct, then every one of you will need all
the training that you can possibly obtain to help solve the problems that you face.
To youth there should be some satisfaction in the thought that periods of
danger also bring great adventure and excitement. As one great man has remarked:
"Such times may not be as good as in the past, but they are more interesting and
XVe public school people can only hope that your training may be of some value
and help in solving the problems of the future.
Goodbye and Good Luck!
J. E. WALSH, Superintendent
J. E. WALSH, Superintendent.
YVe are all justly proud of our Nampa
High School and the varied achievements
of former graduates. May the Class of
1939 contribute its full share to those
willing to do their best in whatever line
of endeavor they may follow, that the
world may be a better and happier place
in which to live.
I GERTRUDE MILLER.
Miss GERTRUDE MILLER
Treasurer and Clerk of School District No.
On behalf of the Faculty I wish to congratu-
late the Student Body on the publication of such
a fine year book as we have in "The Sage."
The theme of the portrayal of the seasons of
the year in the arrangement of this year's annual
suggests to me that we have been doing some very
fine "planting of seed" in the past several years.
Our newly completed telescope is worthy of con-
siderable commendation. Our Band has been
equipped with some of the finest uniforms in the
Northwest. Our vocal groups have made a very fine showing with their new
A Capella gowns and have also contributed generously to entertainment and cultural
value of the community. Our radio and our Journalism instruction coupled with
the fine equipment which has been acquired through the activity of their group
and that of the Student Body has enabled a number of students to find employment
after finishing school. Other progress in the fields of history, science and mathe-
matics could be cited. All of this broadens our outlook and our possibilities. Let
us continue to plant. My best personal regards to a fine bunch of high school
C. C. COWIN, Principal.
Public school work and con-
tacts with young people in educa-
tional endeavor is most enjoyable.
It is a pleasant and interesting
experience to be so closely asso-
ciated with the educating of
MISS LAURA FRAHM MISS MILDRED REAY
Registrar and Secretary Attendance Clerk
to Mr. Cowin
C. C. COWIN, Principal
MISS ANNIE LAURIE BIRD:
College of Idaho. B.A.: Columbia
University, M.A.: Adviser of:
Spiz, Assembly Committee.
MISS EVELYN HAGELIN:
Wellesley College, B.A.: Univer-
sity of California, M.A.: Adviser
of: Senior Class, Girl Reserves,
Girls' Athletic Association, Girls'
MISS E. ELOISE KENNEDY:
Linfield College, B.A.: Univer-
sity of Washington, M.A.: Ad-
viser of: Growl, Honor Society,
Quill and Scroll.
MR . KEITH LEATHERWOOD:
University of Idaho, B.S.: Uni-
versity of Washington: College
of Idaho: Faculty Assistant at
MISS GLENNIE DAY:
Dakota VVesleyan University,
B.A. : University of Washington:
Adviser of: Girl Reserves.
MR. ROBERT J. HOWARD:
Northwest Nazarene College.
B.A.: Sophomore Basketball
Coach : Assistant Football Coach.
MR. JOHN KUSTER, JR.:
Linfield, B.S.: Kinman Business
University: University of Idaho:
Faculty Assistant for Evening
Games and Programs: Marching
MR. FRED P. LIVESAY:
College of Idaho, B.A.: Curia
Club : Sophomore Adviser : Facul-
ty Assistant at. Night Games:
Annie Laurie Bird
E. Eloise Kennedy
Robert J. Howard
John Kuster, Jr.
Fred P. Livesay
Mary A. Lucas
MISS GRACE GORTON:
McPhail University, Bachelor of
Music: University of Washing-
ton, B.A.: Adviser of: D1'amat-
ics, Girl Reserves, Assembly
MR. JAMES JOHNSON:
B.Y.U., B.A. : University of Chi-
cago: Adviser of: Junior Class.
MISS WINIFRED LAFOND :
University of Idaho. B.A.: Ad-
viser of: Sage, French Club,
Quill and Scroll.
MISS MARY A LUCAS:
University of Minnesota, B.A.:
University of Washington, B.M. :
Adviser of Honor Society: Li-
L,,, J ,,
Elmer C. Roberts
Rosa L. Smith
Lucy B. Morton S
Kay Boyd Remley Q
Ronald O. Smith N
MR. PAUL LUDLOW:
Linfield College, B.A.: Faculty
Assistant for Games.
MISS JOSEPHINE PAYER:
University of Idaho, M.S. :North-
western University, B.S.: Ad-
viser of: Science Club, Honol'
MR. ELMER C. ROBERTS:
Barnes School of Commerce : Den-
ver University: Colorado State
College of Education, A.B., M.A.:
Faculty Manager of Student Ac-
tivities: Student Council.
MISS ROSA L. SMITH:
Lewiston State Normal School:
Linfield College, B.A.: Univer-
sity of Washington, M.A.: Ad-
viselg of: Honor Society: S. P.
MISS EDNA MINDEN:
Mills College: Whitman College:
Lewiston State Normal: Univer-
sity of Idaho. B.S.: Adviser of
MR. ROGER RAY:
College of Idaho, B.S. : University
of California: Adviser of: Curia
Club, Radio Club. Science Club.
MR. FRED RUIZ:
New Mexico State College, B.S.:
University of Notre Dame, J.D. :
Adviser of Silver N: Faculty As-
MR. LYLE STANFORD:
College of Idaho, B.A., M.A.:
University of Washington, M.S. 1
Adviser of: Explorer Scouts:
Sage Finance: Faculty Assistant
for Night Games.
MRS. LUCY B. MORTON:
College of Idaho, A.B.: Univer-
sity of Idaho.
MR. KAY BOYD REMLEY:
College of Idaho, B.A.: Colorado
State Teachers' College: Adviser
of: German Club. Glee Clubs.
MR. RONALD O. SMITH:
Colleixe -of Idaho, B.A.: Univer-
sity of Washington: Faculty As-
sistant for Night Games: Boxing
and Wrestling Coach.
MISS VIVIAN STONE :
University of Idaho: The Art In-
stitute of Chicano, B.A. : Adviser
of Sophomore Class.
MISS MELBA TODD:
University of Idaho, B.S.: Ad-
viser of Junior Class.
MR. OTTO W. WAGNER:
College of Idaho. B.A.: Unive1'-
sity of Washington : Time Keeper
for Games: Sophomore Football.
MR. VICTOR WETZEL:
University of Oregon, B.A.: Co-
lumbia University, M.A.g Facul-
ty Assistant for Night Games:
MR. J. A. WINTHER:
Augsburg College: Northwestern
Conservatory of Music: McPhail
MISS BLANCHE WATERMAN:
College of Idaho, A.B.: Univer-
sity of Wisconsin, Oregon State
College: Adviser of: Home Eco-
nomics Club, Girl Reserves.
MR. ALBERT J. TOMPKINS:
Hahn-Sechwer: Cornell Univer-
sity : University of California.
MR. HAROLD VVHITE :
Northwestern University: Uni-
versity of Utah, B.S.
J. A. Winther
Albert J. Tompkins
Long hours of hard work for which they received little thanks were spent
by the Nampa School Board this year solving questions and working for the better-
ment of education. Their activities included the landscaping of the block across
from the high school and general improvements on buildings and grounds.
W. S. Anderson was elected chairman of the Board this year. Mr. Anderson,
who is manager of the Mountain States Telephone Company, has been a member
of the Board for five years.
Vice-Chairman B. G. Davies has been a member of the Board since 1934. He
is the owner of the Davies Hardware Company.
Edson Deal was elected last year to serve on the Board. Mr. Deal is manager
of the Farmers Auto Inter-Insurance Exchange Agency.
Lester Hamilton was appointed this year to fill the vacancy left by Elmer I.
W. H. Keim has worked in the interest of the Nampa Schools System for
H. E. Myers, manager of the Boise Valley Grain Growers Associations, has
worked on the School Board for six years.
These Nampa business men have given much time to the management of
school affairs and through their eiiicient guidance Nampa High School has been
kept on the up and coming list.
A Adm. V-5'
Top Row: J. Jausoro, J. Harris, E. DeCoursey, M. Crane, M. J. Petty, J. Yoder, C. Grimes, R. McColm
W. Garrity, E. Sullivan, F. Abbott. I
Second Row: W. Gopenhaver, J. Cliff, B. Mar-cusen, J. Christensen, W. Howard, K. Wmther, L. Rob
erts, D. Taylor, B. Parker.
Third Row: R. Hanson, N. Aldous, L. Frost, J. Schuler, R. Hackney, B- Hussey, D- AHd9l'S0H
L. Williams, B. Keim, C. Robbins.
C. C. COWIN E. C. ROBERTS
We, the students of the Nampa High School, in order to cooperate with
the Faculty in the management of the student affairs, and to better prepare
ourselves for American citizenship, do ordain and establish the constitution
for the Associated Student Body of Nampa High School.
Sponsored debate, football, and basketball teams, promoted entertain-
ment such as lyceum numbers, appointed assembly committees, chose student
rotarian, suggested changes in constitution for student vote, gave permission
for new organizations.
U55 aging of
Within the walls of old Nampa High,
A room of great renown doth lie:
And in this room of glory old,
A book is annually made and sold.
Upon entering this remote domain,
Where peace and order always reign.
One is impressed by its spacious air,
And by the Staff members' vacant stare.
No doubt its name you've already guessed,
The Sage Ofhce-noted haven of rest:
Where guileless Iuniors, with ideals fine,
Come and learn to waste their time.
If a sixth period visit you wish to make,
Into your hands your life you take.
For some unknown reason, the way it lies,
You become the object of all that flies.
First, upon entering, you will observe
A lad who has a lot of nerve.
Unlike the average Sage Staff run,
He studies despite laughter and pun,
Beside this member, another reclines,
He spends his time in making signs
To paste where they'll hang from every rafter
And cause the greatest amount of laughter.
Next comes our most stately boss,
The one who is not so very cross.
All the corny jokes she knows!
And for her picture she must twice pose.
Another member, known as Scoop,
Usually enters wtih a great big swoop.
All the latest news is hers,
But before she leaves, it will be yours.
Our Feature Editor, my such a wit!
Through her ancient poems you'll have to sit
And laugh at the end as a matter of course,
Wondering who the dope was at its source.
This jovial sixth period will no doubt endure.
Till the month of March is gone for sure.
Then Miss LaFond will check up and look,
And notice the unfinished state of our book,
Then long delayed deadlines will be set,
And agreements with engravers and publishers met
Midnight oil will burn to determine its worth,
But without the usual laughter and mirth.
And now as the end of my poem draws nigh,
And you take a deep breath and heave a sigh,
To publish a Sage it goes without seeing
ls hard on any human being.
If this poem is like any you've read,
And some of the statements have before been said
I will pay their author absolutely no rental,
For the likeness between them is purely coincidental
Miss Hagelin Mr. Smith B. Parker F, Timm
E. Aschenbrennei' B. M. Hill
Studies, dances, athletics, fun, gaity, and pathos have made the last three years
eventful for the Senior Class of 1939.
As Sophomores they rapidly learned the ways of Nampa High School. Their
first activity after entering the portals of N. H. S. was the sponsorship of a dance
in the fall of 1936.
As juniors the class of '39 entertained the Seniors at the annual Junior-Senior
Prom. An old fashioned flower garden was the theme of this dance, and no
efforts were spared by the committees to make it realistic.
Early this year the decision was made by class members to follow the tradition
set last year of wearing caps and gowns for baccalaureate and commencement.
To football, basketball, baseball, track, and other sports this class has made
large contributions during the past three years.
Debate, declamation, music, and other all-school activities have also claimed
many members of the graduating class.
The Seniors sponsored a dance April 28 and concluded their activities in high
school with the Senior luncheon which was held May 12.
Helping to pilot this group through both calm and troubled waters were Fred
Timm, Ray Skinner, and Buddy Ptacek, class presidents, and Miss Evelyn Hagelin,
Odie Pederson, and Ronald Smith, class advisers.
Lavender and silver were chosen as the colors for this class.
"Today we launch, where will we anchor?', was the motto picked at the begin-
ning of their Sophomore year.
HELEN JOYCE AGENBROAD
Girls' Glee Club.
Radio Club: German Club: Blu-N: Varsity Football: Boxing.
EARL RUDOLPH ANDERSEN
Growl. Ass't. Ed.: Declamation: Quill and Scroll: French
Club, Vice-Pres.: Student Council: Sage Collector: Band:
Curia Club, Sgt.-at-Arms: Junior Class, Treas.
EDWARD JOSEPH ASCHENBRENNER
German Club, Pres.: Junior Class, Vice-Pres.: Senior Class,
Vice-Pres. : Basketball.
Honor Society : Growl, Typist : Quill and Scroll : Girl Reserves,
Pres.: Home Ec. : Spiz.
Girl Reserves: Latin Club: Orchestra: String Quartet.
WILMA EVELYN BEAUCHAMP
German Club: Girls' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus.
ARNOLD TAYLOR BEEBE
Boys' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: East High School, Salt Lake
KENNETH ROLAND BELKNAP
Explorer Club: Curia Club: Varsity Football: Golf.
BETTY WINIFRED BENNETT
Silver N: Girl Reserves: Caldwell High School : Wendell High
BETTE JEANNE BEUS
Home Ec.: Student Council: Girls' Glee Club: G. A. A.
Blu-N: Boys' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Varsity Football:
Soph. Football: Soph. Basketball: Varsity Basketball.
F. XVESLEY BLACK, JR.
Football: Soph. Basketball: Boxing and Wrestling: Tennis:
Declamation: Boys' Glee Club: Radio Club: Spanish Club:
Curia Club: Science Club: Radio Club, Vice-Pres.: Debate:
Boxing and Wrestling.
MARCINE ELMA BORG
Home Ec.: Girls' Glee Club.
BOB LEE BOWMAN
Blu-N: Boys' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Varsity Football:
Soph. Football: Sophomore Class, Treas.: Baseball.
DALE LEON BRIGHT
Boys' Glee Club : Mixed Chorus.
FLORA MAY BRocKUs
Girl Reserves: Latin Club: Dramatics: Home Ec. : G. A. A. :
Girls' Glee Club.
ALLAN DALE BROWN
Boxing: Eagle Rock High School, Los Angeles, Calif.: Boise
KATHLEEN MAE BRUBAKER
Girl Reserves: Dramatics: Orchestra.
WARD H. BURROWS
Sage: French Club: Sage Collector: Dramatics: Camera Club:
University City High Sch-ool.
CARROL RAY BURTON
BUDDY A. BUSHNELL
Boys' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Track: Tennis.
ELAINE MILDRED CADOW
VIRGINIA MILDRED CAMPBELL
Girl Reserves: G. A. A.
KENNETH L. CARTER
Blu-N: Soph. Basketball: Track: Varsity Basketball.
Boys' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Baseball: Blu-N: Varsity
Football : Track: Caldwell High School.
FRED LEROY CASE
Boys' Glee Club: Golf.
Valedictorian: Honor Society: Growl: Quill and Scroll: Girl
Reserves, Vice-Pres.: Science Club: Home Ec., Sec.-Treas.:
CLARENCE E. CHITTENIJEN
Latin Club: Chess Club.
JOHN WILLIAM CLIFF
Student Council: Science Club, Sec.-Treas.
EASIL ROYCE COCHRANE
Sage Collector: Band.
ANNA MARJORIE CHRISTENSEN
Girls' Glee Club.
WINSTON WAYNE COFFEY
Varsity Basketball: Notus High School.
NONA FERN COFFMAN
Silver N, Pres., Vice-Pres.: Girl Reserves: French Club:
Declamation: Debate: Curia Club, Sec.-Treas.
ARDENE JOYCE COLLINS
DON WAYNE COLTON
XVINIFRED AMELIA COPENHAVER
Srience Club: Home Ee. : Curia Club: Girls' Glee Club: Spiz:
Student Council, Sec.-Treas.: Klamath Falls High School:
Riverside Polytechnic High.
VERNA MAXINE CORDER
Girls' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Nebraska School of Agricul-
ture, Curtis. Nebraska, Cambridge, Nebraska.
RAYMOND E. COTNER
Chess Club: Spanish Club.
STEVE J. COTTRELL
German Club, Vice-Pres.: Band: Mixed Chorus: Boys' Glee
Club: Boys' Quartet: Soph. Football: Sage Collector.
PHILLII1 DONALD CRILL
Science Club: Radio Club, Sec.-Treas.: Latin Club: Track.
DOROTHY BELL CRILL
G. A. A.
STELLA JANE DAKAN
Girl Reserves: Dramatics: Girls' Glee Club.
HENRY H. DAY
Latin Club: Rifle Club, Pres. : Track.
CLANCY DEAN DAVIS
Gr-awl: Quill and Scroll: Silver N: Latin Club: Girls' Glee
Club: Twin Falls High School. V
EDNA FLORENCE DENNIS
Girls' Basketball: Bristow High School.
GEORGE HERBERT DODGE
Radio Club, Pres., Vice-Pres., Sec.
DOROTHY GRACE DOMINICR
Girl Reserves: Home Ec.: French Club: Curia Club: Tennis:
JOHN WALLIS DORMAN
Sage, Sports Ed.: Silver N: Explorer Club, Photographer:
Latin Club: Declamation: Debate: Dramatics: Curia Club,
JUANITA RODNEY DUNN
Silver N: Growl, Feature Ed.: Quill and Scroll, Sec.-Treas.:
Curia Club, Sec.-Treas.: Dramatics: Declamation: Orchestra:
MILDRED D. DUSPIVA
JAMES G. EPLEY
Happy Valley High School.
ROBERT JOHN ERTZ
Blu-N: Yell King: Track: Mixed Chorus: Sage Collector.
FRANK BEHLE ESTABROOK
Honor Society, Sec.: Silver N: Science Club, Pres.: Latin
Club, Praetor: Debate: Curia Club, Chief Justice: Camera
Club: Chess Club, Pres.: National Forensic League.
BETH ELLEN EVANS
Home Ec.: Orchestra? G. A A.
JACK F ARLEY
WARREN DERALD FEWKES
Boys' Glee Club.
MARY ELAINE FISHER
Growl: Quill and Scroll: Girl Reserves: Science Club: Home
Ec.: Orchestra: Band: Dance Orchestra, Pres.: Twin Falls
HELEN LORRAINE FISK
Band, Librarian: Orchestra: Dance Orchestra, Sec.-Treas.:
Curia Club, Sgt.-at-Arms: Silver N: Thespians: Sage, Music
Ed.: Dramatics: "George and Ma,rgaret": West Seattle High
PHYLLIS GERTRUDE FLORA
Girl Reserves, Social Committee: Home Ec., Vice-Pres.:
French Club, Pres.: Student Council: Sage Collector: Spiz,
Pres.: Girls' Glee Club: Tennis, Asst. Capt.: Golf: D. A. R.
CECELIA MARGARET FLOWERS
G. A. A.
EUNICE BETHANY FOWLER
Home Ec.: French Club, Sec.: Orchestra, Vice-Pres.: Band,
Radio Club, TI-eas.
MARTHA CONNIE FROST
Honor Society, Pres.
ORREN DUANE FROST
Boys' Glee Club.
MARVIN EUGENE FULCHER
Blu-N: Boys' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Varsity Football:
Soph. Football: Track.
HENIKY ELTON GIBSON
Chess Club: Orchestra: Boys' Glee Club: Spanish Club: Soph.
Basketball: Track: Paxton High School.
MAY LOUISE GIFFORD
Student Council: Westward High School.
G. A. A.: Girls' Glee Club.
KATHRIN GOTT -
Science Club: G. A. A., Sec.: French Club, Treas.: Slliz:
Lois EMMA GRAY
Tiffin High School.
Girl Reserves: Home Ec.: G. A. A.: Sviz: Girls' Glee Club:
Mixed Chorus: Tennis: Golf: Double Scxtette.
Sage Collector: Orchestra: Science Club, Vice-Pres.: Honor
Society, Pres.: Silver N: Radio Club, Treas.: French Club:
Student Council: Curia Club, Pres., Sgt.-at-Arms: National
Forensic League: Debate: Happy Valley High School.
DELLA ROSE GROESBECK
Home Ec.: Girl Reserves: Girls' Glee Club.
CLARE MABEL GUNDY
Silver N: Growl, Exchange Ed. : Quill and Scroll: Dramatirs:
Girls' Glee Club: Cu1'ia Club, Executive officer.
Honor Society: Girl Reserves: Home Ec., Pres.: Latin Club,
Censor: Girls' Glee Club.
Boxing' and Wrestling: Boise High School.
Home Ec., Program Committee: Girl Reserves: German
Club: Dramatics: Girls' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Sextcttc.
MARION T. HAMILTON
WANDA WONONA HAMNER
Girl Reserves: Home Ec.: Spiz: Girls' Glee Club: Mixed
G. ROBERT HANSON
Explorer Club, Patrol Leader: Radio Club: German Club:
Student Council, Pres.: Sage Collector: Band: Varsity Foot-
ball: Soph. Basketball: Jr. Varsity.
WESLEY DAVID HARPHAM
History Club: Elm Creek High School.
FRANK GERALD HART
GI-owl, Sports Ed. : Sage, Sports Ed.: Golf.
NONA FAYE HASSELBRING
Spiz: Girls' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus.
ARNOLD HERBERT HELWEGE
Radio Club: German Club.
KATHERINE THERESA HERFURTH
Silver N: Girl Reserves: Home Ec.: Girls' Glee Club: Mixed
Chorus: Dramatics: German Club: Curia Club: Declamation:
Woodburn High School.
NIRA C. HERRICK
Girls' Glee Club.
DOROTHY ANNE HICKMAN
HELEN S. HIEMSTRA
Girl Reserves: Home Ec. : G. A. A. : French Club: Girls' Glee
BONNIE MAY HILL
Silver N, Sec.-Treas.: Declamation: Debate, Manager: Girls'
Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Curia Club: Sextette: Senior Class,
ROSE MARIE HILL
G. A. A. : French Club.
HELEN MARIE HONSTEAD
Sage, Ed.-in-Chief: Growl: Quill and Scroll, Vice-Pres.: Sci-
ence Club: Student Council: Latin Club, Quaestor: Sage Col-
lector : Spiz: Girls' Clee Club.
CHARLES R. HUNTER
KENNETH R. HUNTER
Varsity Football: Track: Blu-N: French Club.
ANN ELIZABETH HYSLOP
Girl Reserves: Home Ec.: G. A. A., Treas.: French Club:
R. GENE INGRAM
DICK OSCAR JACKSON
ARDITH C. JACOBSEN
Girls' Glce Club: Girl Reserves.
WILLIAM LEE JAUERT
Boys' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus : Track.
DALE EUGENE JAUERT
Boys' Glee Club: Sage Collector.
JAMES J. JAUSORO
Student Council: Blu-N: Varsity Football: Soph. Football
Soph. Basketball : Track.
FAYE LOUISE JENSEN
G. A. A. : German Club 3 Englevale High School.
MILTON A. JOHNSON
WAYNE DEAN JOHNSON
Boys' Glee Clu Boys' Quartet: Mixed Quartet: Latin Club
Mixed Chorus: oys' Pep Club.
GUY ROBERT JOHNSTON
Varsity Football: Jr. Varsity Basketball.
FRANK W. JONES
Blu-N: Varsity Football: Soph. Football: Boxing and Wrcst
IVORA M. JONES
Curia Club: Home Ee. 3 Caldwell High School.
VERA RUTH JONES
Girl Reserves: Girls' Glee Club.
BARBARA ELIZABETH KING
Girls' Glee Club.
ROBERT PAUL KIRBY
Track : Football.
LoUIs JAMES KOUTNIK
Science Club: Silver N: Explorer Club, Photographer, Geolo-
gist: German Club: Camera Club: Curia Club, Pres., Vice
Pres., Supreme Court Justice: Radio Club: Debate: Band:
ELEANOR LOUISE LARSON
Honor Society: Girl Reserves: Home Ee.
LAWRENCE WILLIAM LARSON
.Honor Society: Chess Club, Sec.-Treas.
G. A. A. : Ashton High School.
Girls' Glee Club: Montpelier High School.
FRED L. LOCKEY
WINETTE WILLOWYN LOCKMAN
Girls' Glee Club.
LAWRANCE A. LOWBER c
JOSEPH JAMES LUKE
Girl Reserves: Orchestra: Curia Club: Tennis.
NORNIAN I-I. MAFFIT
Band: Orchestra: Pep Band.
DOROTHY LAURENE MANGUM
J. BERT MARCUSEN
Blu-N: French Club: Sage Collector: Curia Club: Varsity
Football: Varsity Basketball: Soph. Football.
G. ELLEN MARRON
Curia Club: Girls' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus.
LEWIS FRED MARTENS
Blu-N: Boys' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Varsity Football:
Soph. Football: Payette High School.
RAVENA LOUISE MARTIN
Girl Reserves: Home Ee.: Girls' Glee Club.
ROBERT W. MATTHEWS
Latin Club : Boys' Pep Club : Tennis : Growl : Soph. Basketball.
HELEN IRENE MAYES A
WALTER FRANK MCCARTHY
Sage, Photographer : French Club : Track : Camera Club, Pres.
EVELYN F. MCCLELLAN
Girl Reserves: Curia Club: Latin Club: Debate, Manager.
GERALD L. MCDANNEI.
Caldwell High School.
Salutatorian: Honor Society: Sage, Typist: Latin Club, Sum-
ma, Praetor: Sage Collector: Spiz, Sgt.-at-Arms: Girls' Glee
Club: Golf: Junior Class, Sec.
DOROTHY DARLENE MCKILLIP
Girl Reserves: German Club: Girls' Glee Club: Curia Club:
McCook High School.
GERALDINE LOUISE MIDDLEHURST
Spiz: Sage Collector: Latin Club: Girls' Glee Club: Mixed
Chorus: Silver N: Dramatics.
HUGH HOLLAND MH.LS
Boys' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Track.
BARBARA LOUISE MOFIPATT
French Club: Spiz: Girls' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Sage
MILDRED J. MOONEY
Girls' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Tennis: Sextette.
DANNY LEE MOORE
Richfield High School.
MARY DORIS MORGAN
Spiz: Home Ec.: Girl Reserves: French Club: Tennis: G. A.
A. : Golf: Girls' Glee Club.
ALICE MARIE MORRIS
Girl Reserves: French Club: Silver N: Declamation.
MARVIN EARL MUNYON
Boys' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Twin Falls High School:
Boise High School.
BETTY E. MURPHY
Girls' Glee Club: Girl Reserves: Home Ee., Program Com-
GLENNA VIRGINIA MYERS
Girl Reserves: G. A. A.
WILLIAM JAMES NASH
EARL BEN NEHER
Science Club: Latin Club, Consul: Band: Curia Club, Supreme
Spiz: Silver N: Student Council, Sec.-Treas.: Declamation:
Debate: Blu-N: Girls' Glee Club: Tennis: Golf: Mixed
Chorus: Yell Queen.
Science Club : Home Ec. : Latin Club, Censor : Band.
M. EARLE NO1i'l'ON
BETTY LOUISE PARKER
Home Ec. : Student Council: Sage Collector: Spiz: Girls' Glee
Club: Sophomore Class, Vice-Pres. : Senior Class, Sec. : Dance
DON G. PARKINSON
French Club: Boys' Glee Club.
GILBERT N. PARKINSON
Band: Madison High School.
PHYLLIS ELAINE PATTERSON
Sage, Feature Ed.: Growl, Copy Ed.: Quill and Scroll: Girl
Reserves : Science Club : Latin Club, Quacstor : Spiz : Golf.
JOHN A. PEEBLES
Student Council : Sage Collector: Orchestra: Band.
VIRGINIA BETH PETERSON
Orchestra: Girls' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Salmon High
HAROLD W. PFEIFFER
Football: Band, Corporal: Orchestra: Dance Orchestra, Di-
DUANE T. PILCHER
French Club: Boys' Glee Club.
LLOYD M. PINRERTON
Boys' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Orchestra, Treas.: Mixed
Double Quartet: Boys' Quartet.
GLEN A. POPPAW
Growl, Business Mgr.: Quill and Scroll: Latin Club: Boys'
RALPH ELMORE PORTEREIELD
Science Club: German Club: Curia Club: Radio Club: Tennis:
EDWARD E. PTACEK
French Club: Student Council: Sophomore Class. Pres.
Girls' Glee Club: Girl Reserves.
USTIN EDWARD RANDALL
Explorer Club: Declamation: Debate: Boxing: Fremont High
GERALD HELT RANDALL
Explorer Club: Declamation: Dramatics: Fremont High
Growl, Production: Quill and Scroll: French Club: Sage Col-
lector: Orchestra: Band: Pep Band: Golf: Camera Club,
THAIS MARGARET RICE
Honie Ec.: Silver N: Girl Rese1'ves: French Club: Growl:
Sage: Sage Collector: Tennis.
JOHN T. RIEDEL
Honor Society: Latin Club: Sage Collector: Blu-N: Orches-
tra: Band: Varsity Football: Sophomore Football: Boxing
BEN RAPHAEL RIORDAN
Honor Society, Vice-Pres.: Science Club, Sgt.-at-Arms:
French Club: Blu-N: Varsity Football: Soph. Football:
Jr. Varsity Basketball: Soph. Basketball: Track: Baseball.
Home Ec., Pres.: Girl Reserves: Spiz: Girls' Glee Club:
PEARL ELIZABETH ROBINSON
Girls' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Home Ec.: Girl Reserves.
JACK STERLING RODWELL
Blu-N: Boys' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Varsity Football:
Soph. Basketball: Track, Captain.
Girls' Glee Club: Curia Club: Girl Reserves: Home Ee.:
HAROLD STEWART ROTH
Girls' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Silver N: Girl Reserves,
Treas., Sec.: Latin Club: Declamation: Curia Club.
ANNABELLE BABE SCHAS
Silver N: Girl Reserves: Home Ec.: Curia Club: Marsing
High School: Caldwell High School.
G. A. A., Vice-Pres.: Girl Reserves, Vice-Pres. : German
Club, Sec.-Treas.: Student Council: Girls' Glee Club.
Ross MELVIN SCHWASINGER
RONALD CLAYTON SCHWASINGER
BOB WILLIAM SEIDEL
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JAMES HOWARD SHEPARD
Boys' Pep Club.
JEANNE ISABEL SILER
Curia Club: Girls' Glee Club: Girl Reserves.
VELMA DORIS SIMMONS
Girls' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus.
Blu-N, Vice-Pres.: Junior Class, Pres.: Varsity Football:
DEFORREST EDWARD SMITH
MARGARET EILEEN SMITH
BETTY VIRGINIA SNELL
Growl, Ed.-in-Chief: Quill and Scroll, Pres.: Latin Club,
Summa: Girl Reserves: Spiz.
MERLE ADEL15HA SNOXVBERGER
Honor Societ ' Silver N: Girl Reserves : Latin Club 1 Declama-
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tion: Spiz: Mixed Chorus: Girls' Glee Club.
PAUL C. SNYDER, JR.
Science Club: Radio Club.
Preston High School.
Steamboat High School.
Band : Orchestra.
VIRGINIA RUTH STANLEY
French Club: Girls' Glee Club: Silver N: Dramatics.
Debate: Curia Club, Vice-Pres.: Home Ec.: Caldwell High
JAMES EARL STEWART
Band : Football : Basketball : Baseball : Melba High School.
GORDON THADEOUS STICRNEY
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Honor Society, Vice-Pres.: Student Council: Blu-N: Soph.
Football: Varsity Football.
FLORENCE EVELYN STOVER
Girl Reserves: G. A. A.
Spiz: Sage, Typist: French Club: Monrovia High School.
Student Council: Soph. Basketball: Varsity Basketball: Soph.
Football : Blu-N.
UVAH ANN SUMMERS
Girl Reserves: Tennis: Dramatics, Bookkeeper.
Honor Society: Tennis, Mgr.: Growl: Orchestra, Librarian:
String Quartet: Student Council: Science Club, Pres., Sec.,
Treas. : Latin Club, Praetor: Quill and Scroll : Sage Collector:
G. A. A.: Spiz, Sec.-Treas.
DAVIDE ROSCOE TABOR
Radio Club: Boys' Glee Club.
Spiz: Madison High School.
Blu-N, Pres. : Varsity Football, Capt. : S-aph. Football: Varsity
gasketball: Soph. Basketball: Student Council: Senior Class,
KENNETH A. TOMER
German Club: Band: Boxing and Wrestling: Washington
High School, Firgus Falls, Minn.
MARYLEE TUCKER f
Spiz: G. A. A., Pres.: Home Ee.: Girl Reserves: French
Club: Girls' Glee Club.
BETTY JAYNE TURNER
Latin Club, Consul: French Club: Home Ee., Vice-Pres.:
Girl Reserves: Science Club: Sage Collector: Sage, Organiza-
CALLIE l VAUGHN
McCook High School.
French Club: Caldwell High School.
Valley City State Teachers College, North Dakota.
FRANCES LEE WAKEFIELD
Girls' Glee Club: Curia Club: G. A. A.
DOROTHA LUCILLE WALL
Home Ec.: Girls' Glee Club.
Soph. Football, Manager: Mixed Chorus: Boys' Glee Club
DORIS MAE XVEAVER
Girls' Glee Club: Sage Collector: Girl Reserves.
MARGARET MAE WILCOX
Home Ec.: Girls' Glee Club.
RALPH EUGENE WILSON
Blu-N: French Club: Varsity Football 1 Track.
VIRGINIA ROSE WILSON
Girls' Glee Club.
BOB J. WOLCOTT
WAYNE O. WOOD
Student Council: Sage Collector: Blu-N3 Boys' Glee Club
Baseball: Boys' Pep Club.
BYRON W. XVRIGHT
French Club: Varsity Basketball: Soph. Basketball: Tennis
Jr. Varsity Basketball.
JANICE CAROLYN YODER
Sage, Class Ed.: Growl, Managing Ed.: Quill and Scroll
Etiigient Council: Latin Club. Consul: Sage Collector: Spiz
KATHERINE EILEEN HOOKER
Student Council: Latin Club, Censor: Spiz: Girls' Glee Club
Mixed Chorus: Sextfette: Manual AI-ts High School, Los An-
MARJORIE CHASE CARMEN KCKEE
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F. ELIZABETH ALLEN JACK C. MACHOS
G, A, A, Varsity Football 3 Soph. Football 5 Soph. Basket-
ORAL M. BORG
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CLINTON J. COTNER D if k
Chess Club : Soph. Football : Happy Valley High ac
MARY CAROLINE STOREY
RosE ARIE ILLE
M G N Dramatics: Tennis: Meridian High School.
Silver N: Girl Reserves: G. A. A.: Caldwell
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AR LETT N HILL Girls' Glee Club: Homedale High School.
Happy Valley High School. .
JAMES LONGWILL BILL TYLER
Guymon High School: Royal High School.
RAY LOOSLI JOHN WARREN WATT
Rupert High School. BOYS, Glee Club-
CHESTER D. WILLIAMS MCNEAL DALE WILKERSON
Chess Club: Latin Club: Wilder High School: Boys' Glee Club: Blu-N: Soph. Football: Var
Parma High School. sity Football.
Born June l8, I92l Died October 22, I938
Miss Todd Mr. Johnson M. J. Petty D- Gray
F. Bastida M. Crane
Pep and originality might well be the passwords of the class of 1940 which
has had more successful activities this year than ever before.
After defying tradition and holding a party in preference to the customary
dance in their Sophomore year, the Juniors made up for lost time by promoting
three all school dances on January 27, February 3, and March 24.
As a fitting climax to the other dances, this group entertained the Seniors at
the annual Prom in a setting of Hawaii in the spring. The affair was held May 4
at the Masonic Temple.
Many hours of hard labor were spent by Class President Dee Gray and his
committees in making this dance the success it was for the honored upperclassmen.
Following the grand march, which was led by Junior Class President Dee Gray
with Betty Nelson and Senior Class President Fred Timm with Grace Robinson,
dance programs suiting the theme were presented.
To raise money, early in April this class sponsored the Deanna Durbin picture,
"Three Smart Girls Grow Up."
Taking its place with che other classes in school activities, the Juniors have
placed members of their class on the athletic teams, on debate squads, on publication
staffs, in dramatic presentations, in public speaking events, and in music contests.
Living up to its motto, "We Anchor,', the Junior Class has firmly established
itself in Nampa High School.
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V. Cochrane H. Davis
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R. Hays H. Henrickson N. Hobza M. Hurst
L. Hazen J. Henry E. Hoskins J. Hyslop
M. Hazen F. Hickey W. Howard O. Irish
J. Hedrick M. Hicks E. Howell W. Isgrigg
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D. B. Shroll
I. Svedin M. Vail L. Walter
N. Tarter E. Van Houten M. Watson
E. Thompson L. Virgin D. Weaver
F. Togrstad V. Vogel N. Weaver
B. Twitchell G. Waxzle S. White
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Williams E. Wright
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Wilson R. Yamamoto
Witmer J. O. Young
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C. Vincent D. Hickey
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"To be and not to dream!" Yes, the Sophomores have lived up to this motto
during their first year in Nampa high school. This younger class had no time to
dream, and furthermore they wouldn't allow any one else to.
When the class of 1941 assembled last fall to elect officers, little did they realize
their potential influence in the affairs of our school.
During the fall, they not only built a victorious Bullpup football team, but
also placed members of their group on the varsity squad. In basketball, the Bullpups
again excelled. Defeating the Boise Frosh by two points in an over-time game
was the climax of their season. The varsity squad saw several Sophomores in action.
Baseball, track, and many minor sports received the aid of this class.
Whether taking part in the activities or merely supporting them, the Sopho-
mores always contributed pep and enthusiasm.
In honor of St. Valentine's day the infant class of N. H. S. sponsored a dance
in the gymnasium February 10. Supervised by President Walter Garrity, the hall
was attractively decorated to suit the occasion.
Red and white streamers extended from one side of the gymnasium to the
other. Red balloons completed the decorations. Punch was served the thirsty
shaggers from a booth surrounded by hearts.
By popular vote, blue and gold were chosen class colors. Rose is the class flower.
O. Ayrenbroad B,
N. Aldous L,
M. Allen V
E. Antrim N,
B. Arensberg B,
L. Aschenbrenner C,
M. A. Ayers G,
A. M. Carter
C. M. Carter
L. A. Fowler
B. J. Jones
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B. Marsh A. 0'Brien G. Ritter D. Smith J. Swayne
U. Mathias R. Okumobo B. Robbins fdeceasedj D. L. Smith
W. Matlock E. Ord L. Roberts H. Smith
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G. Mc-Killip M. Parkinson V. Rusky F. Spencer
D. McClelland A. Pattison W. Sanderson M. Spurlock
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W. Udovick V. Wakefield C. Wilson D. Wright
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Born March IO, l92I3 Died May I, N239
Back to school come all the little kiddies, with high hopes of making this the best year
ever! From the looks of things, the fairer sex seems to predominate-but no-wait! Here
comes the masculine horde bringing up the rear. My, my, what a shame that they don't know
those pretty damsels better, but just give them a little time-say an hourior so.
"We'll win, We'll win, we'll win, by golly, we'll win!" Or will we? Who knows? Anyhow,
this group of pep enthusiastic girls-Spizzers, by name-seems to be making the most of an
oncoming football game.
Wait-now don't tell me this is still detention! What! Mamas and papa's night at school?
Woe is me-a pink slip yesterday, skipped twice this week and flunked today-oooooo.
You, rah, rah, Nampa! You, rah, rah, Nampa!
And we really needed some cheering that night! It was so cold our teeth chattered and our
knees knocked so loud we couldn't hear each other yell, but then who cares-it's all in a game
'AWhere there's smoke, there's fire," so the old story goes, but here we have a scrumptious
drawing of smoke without a Hre by our Growl cartoonist, jerry Rodwell.
Do you all remember how surprised we were at that fire prevention assembly when oratorical-
minded Ralph McColm practically extracted from our bashful artist that he was not only married,
but the father of three children? Gracious me, maybe we're all doomed to be old maids and
maidesses at this rate!
We picked our president handsome and tall, this year, don't you think so, girls? This snap
was taken just after the announcement of student body president-consequently, the grin, or
would it be better to call it a fascinating smile?
What's this? A joke? Well, it might be-yes, on second thought, it is a pretty big one,
disguised as the junior class prexy, and yell duke. When this was snapped, Dee was ambitiously
selling subscriptions to the Sage.
HSnakes alive! There goes Tiny Timm, racing down the field. They've got him! I-Ie's
going down, down, down-no! It's only his pants," shouted the excited Austin Randall, Nampa
high school's amateur radio broadcaster, at the Boise-Nampa good will exchange assembly
before the fateful Thanksgiving Day clash. And boy, was he a wow! Yes sir, he really can
use the adjectives. What a man!
X marks the spot!
With fall, comes school, and with school, comes Blu-N paddles in inconvenient places for
walking on the lawn, and they really lam it on good. From the graceful pose of Buddy Ptacek's
posterior regions, Ertz must be taking pity on the poor guy-well maybe just for the picture,
anyway, eh, Bud?
What a game, what a game. Boy, is this getting good! Don't look now, but that's our yell
king and queen Bob Ertz and Betty Nelson gazing skyward. Wonder what they see? And guess
what! That's our yell duchess, little Mary jane Petty, looking just like a little girl who has been
given her first lollipop. But hold everything-what's this? It looks like Yell Duke Dee Gray has
espied a good loking blonde over in Boise's bleachers, Good luck to ya', Dee.
Freshmen? No, just everyone in general wearing the latest creation of the Spiz girls-
red and blue "beanies" I betcha we're winning, too. just look at those saucy little bills, all
Yes, kids, we did win. This was taken at that breath-taking game with Caldwell which
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F Jones, D. Anderson, B. Marcusen, B. Riordan.
F. Blecha, F. Abbott, J. Machos, R. Howard.
Around a nucleous of ten veteran lettermen, Coach Harold White shaped
from thirty new recruits, a lightning fast backfield and a formidable, hard-
charging line. With this combination of fighting Bulldogs a highly successful
Vale was the first opposition to be crushed by the Bulldog juggernaut. The
score was 19-O.
The Nampans widened their margin of wins in the next two games by
humbling the St. Joseph's Academy gridders 26-0 and the Idaho Falls Tigers 29-0.
Pocatello's Indians handed the canines their only defeat of the season when
the Bulldogs journeyed there. It was the Indian,s day to howl and the Bulldogs
were swamped 31-0.
Trekking down from the North, the Lewiston Bengals were turned back
by the small margin of a safety, 2-0. The game was played in blinding rain that
resembled the setting of the 1937 Nampa-Lewiston contest.
Koichi Koyama received injuries in the Nampa-Burley game October 21
which resulted in his death the following day. Nampa expresses a tribute of
Top Row: F. Timm, G. Martin, K. Hunter, B. Metzger, K. Koyama.
Bottom Row: C. Kelley, R. Skinner, B. Simmons, R. Wilson, J. Christensen.
respect to this fine young man. After a week's lay-off, the Bulldogs crossed into
Oregon territory and returned the victor of a hard fought fray with La Grande,
12-6. The game was played on a snow-covered field that provided numerous
thrills for the Oregon fans.
The Nampa squad was all primed for the Armistice Day clash with Cald- A .-
well, but the game was postponed until November 13 because of snow. The fy ff"
Bulldogs continued their winning streak by nosing out the Cougars, 14-12. '
Coming down the backstretch the Bulldogs had only to defeat their bitter vi 1 V f' '
rivals, the Braves, to tie them for the mythical Big Seven Conference. The Turkey x ' X H
Day classic ended in a 13-13 tie, the Bulldogs generally outplaying the Boise team. X iv-A - X W,.!,,i,.2,f
Fred Timm captained the Bulldogs in '38 and Fielding Abbott was elected ii' rf N is-Fi F
to pilot them next year.
The names of Koichi Koyama and Fred Timm were engraved on a special Q
plaque dedicated for each year,s most valuable player. ' ex. . p
Row E. Van Houten, K. Belknap, L. Walters, J. Jauszzro, L. Williams, J. LaLande, R. Johnston
E. Sanderson, C. Stinson, H. Jack, R. Hays, D. Parks, W. Shady, B. Metzger, C. Bridges
Mr. White, C. Frahm, R. Skinner, J. Machos, D. Marcusen, B. Riordan, G. Martin
F. Blecha, B. Stewart, B. Alverson, C. Kelly.
R. Howard, K. Hunter, J. Riedel, M. Fulchcr, B. Bowman,
tensan 1 Abbott B Simmons 1 Timm J
Top Row: Mr. Wagner, L. Edwards, H. Vauk, B. Dominick, L. Aschenbrenner, O. Agenbroad, L. Gil-
bert, M. Trask, R. Keim. C. Flora, B. Harbert.
Second Row: R. Gossett. R. Kilmer, W. Garrity, W. Snyder, G. Hillman, W. Prater, D. Day, R. John-
sbon, T. Gibson, G. Lamb.
Bottom Row: H. Clark, J. DeCunrut, J. Miller, D. Crull, B. Brennan, F. Murphy, A. Gardner,
R. Moore, R. Stanley.
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Claiming five decisive wins over strong opponents and only one loss, the
Nampa Bullpups, potential varsity material, battered their way to the end of their
most successful season in years.
They dropped the opening tilt to Marsing 14 to 12, after which they displayed
the true Bulldog courage by coming back and winning the next five straight. III
these five games the Pups piled up 78 points and allowed only seven in return.
After their loss to Marsing, the underclassmen dug in and trounced the Emmett
Huskies' "little brothers" twice in a row, 7 to 0 and 19 to 0. The Emmett lads had
usually beaten the Soph-Frosh in previous years.
Coach Otto Wagner and Pat Brown drilled the Nampans hard for the two
Caldwell frays which the Pups took 13 to 7 and 33 to 0, wiping out the memories
of former defeats.
In the grand finale the Pups clashed with the Boise underclassmen whom they
had tied the year before. Executing several trick plays, the Nampa Frosh-Soph
outplayed and out-classed the Boise team 6 to 0.
Eighteen of the young gridders earned six-inch letter awards. For the entire
season the Pups had a game average of fifteen points to a three and a half point
game average for their opponents.
O. Wagner, O. Pederson, V. Wetzel, R. Howard, H. White.
Responsibility for victories won in various athletics has been due in a large
portion to the effort and ability of the coaching staff of Nampa High School.
Harold A. White piloted the Bulldogs through a high record of football games.
Mr. White played with Northwestern University where he received letters for
football and basketball. Before coming to Nampa, he coached at Salida, Colorado.
Otto Wagner led the Sophomore football squad in one of the most successful
seasons since the organizing of this activity.
Mr. Wagner graduated from the College of Idaho, where he participated in
football and wrestling. He coached nine years previous to coming to Nampa.
Robert Howard came to us from Notus where he had been coaching for two
years. He was one of thc assistant football coaches and he was coach for the Sopho-
more basketball team.
Mr. Howard attended school at Pullman, Washington, University of Idaho,
and the Northwest Nazarene College where he was active in football, basketball,
Assisting with the coaching of the Varsity football team was Vic Wetzel.
He has successfully guided the Junior Varsity football squad and the track squad
through their many games and track meets.
Mr. Wetzel graduated from the University of Oregon. He coached in Oregon
a number of years before coming to Nampa.
Odie Pederson at the beginning of the season served as assistant coach to the
Varsity football squad. In November, Mr. Pederson resigned from his position
to enter a new line of work. Not only the boys whom he coached, but the entire
student body regretted Mr. Pederson's departure.
Pardon us, if you please
Caught in the act!
A disabled McCoy.
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The candid cameraman.
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Top Row: C. Stinson. B. Ri-Jrdan. R. Burton. C. Grimes, NV. Larson. J. Riedel, F. Estabrook.
Second Row: E. Haba, A. Bahrychuk, M. Chase, R. Swayne. A. Snowberger, C. McKee, M. Frost
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Pl'C'Sft!0l1li-MARTHA FROST, CHARLES GRIMES
Vice-President-BEN RIORDAN, CHARLES STINSON
SPCFOf6ll'jl-ADELPHA SNOWBERGER, FRANK ESTABROOK
C. C. COXVIN Miss KENNEDY
Miss SMITH Miss PAYER
To create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to
render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the
development of character in the pupils of Nampa High Schooi.
Student Librarians, ushers for band concert, junior members usher
for Commencement and Baccalaureate.
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Top Row: C. Minden, C. Gundy, E. Anderson, Miss Kennedy, G. Poppaw, A. Bahrychuk, B. Reed
Bottom Row: C. Davis, R. Swayne,P. Patterson, H. Honstead, B. Snell, J. Yoder, E. Fisher, M. Chase.
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Secretary T1'E6lSZL1'81"-CLANCY DAV1s
VVINIFRED LAFOND E. ELOISE KENNEDY
To instill in students the ideal of scholarship, to advance the stand-
ard of the profession of journalism by developing better journalists.
Reports concerning various fields of journalism.
Initiation party, picnic.
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Top Row: C. Robbins, J. Yoder, H. Honstead, P. Patterson, B. Turner, C. McKee, H. Fisk, J. Dorman,
Second Rmv: M1'. Stanford, N. Weaver, V. McCIaskey, A. O'B1'ien, W. McCarthy, W. Burrows,
F. Hart, Miss I.aFond.
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Business Mrzfmgcr .,,.....,.,.,,,..,... ..... C HARLES ROBBINS
Assisirmf Busimfss Mmzagcr ....... ..,.. N ORMA WEAVER
Class Ezlifor Smzjzsbof Erlifors
JANICE YODER CARL MINIJIZN
O7'g!ll1iZlIfi!lllX NWARD BURROWS
BETTY TURNER ALBLIKT O BRIEN
VIRGINIA MCCLASREY ,
ANNA MAE HARRELL
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FRANK HART MISS WINIFRED LAFOND
JACK DORMAN MR. LYLE STANFORD
Top Row: V. McClasky, E. John, G. Gundy, D. Livingston, M. Vail, J. Rcdwell, R. Yamamoto
D. Robertson, I. Odle.
Second Row: C. Gundy, F. Hart, A. Bahrychuk, R. Swayne, B. Reed, E. Fisher, N Biadley
Bottom ROW: P. Patterson, C. Davis, E. Anderson, B. Snell, J. Yoder, G. Poppaw, M. Chase
Associate Editor ...,..
Business Manager ....., ....
MISS E. ELOISE KENNEDY
'Pop Row: E. M. Ulrich, M. Duspiva, N. Aldous, C. McClure, J. Sehuler, K. Riordan, N. Richeson
L.. Hazen, E. Hoskins, J. Carson, B. Murphy, D. R. Groesbeck, B. Backer, J. Brockus, M. A. Ayres
J. Kelly, J. Ferguson, M. Allen, V. Bliekenstaff, E. Henrickson, H. Hiemstra.
Second Row: 0. L. Betts, L. Hartman, F. Stover, A. Hyslop, E. Antrim, A. Sasenberg, E. Sloat
L. Seeger, J. Ziegler, F. M. Broekus, K. Brubaker, K. Herfurth, M. Spurlock, V. Johnson, B. J. Jones
C. Flemings, E. Larson, M. Rau, Miss Waterman, Miss Gorton
Bottom Row: A. M. I-Iarrel, N. F. Coffman, G. Sandy, E. McClellan, E. Fisher, M. Chase, E. C'adoW
A. Schas, D. Dominick, B. Bennett, D. McKillip, L. Blair, A. Bahrychuk, B. Turner, H. Henrickson
P. Ansoteirui, J. Hindes, B. Marsh, M. Tucker, S. J. Dakan.
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Miss MINDEN Miss WATERMAN
Miss GORTON Miss HAGELIN
"To face life squarely and to find and give the best."
Parents, supper, recognition service, summer conference at Ketch-
um, fall conference at Roswell, sold forget-me-nots in Nampa, regular
monthly meetings, farewell party.
R bb' s J Oberst K Winther B Keim, O. Ayzenbroad, L. s
Top Row: Mr. Cowin, W. o ins, . , . , .
Second Row: N. Johnson, A. Randall, R. Hanson, J. Betts, J. Hyslop, O. Reynolds.
Bottom Row: D. Robertson, V. Woods, Mr. Stanford, J. Silkwood, C. Robbins, C. Minden.
MR. COWIN MR. RAY
Exploring physical aspects of Idaho, vocational and civic activities,
continuance of scout work to Eagle Scout.
Trips to Cinnabar Mountain, Lizard Butte, Idaho City-Miller's
ranch on ski trip, Succor Creek-Fossils, Bruneau Canyon and sand
dunes, stag banquet, Christmas party, exploration of sea-scouting,
parents' night and review of ycar's Work,
Lake Lowell for rowing contest.
Top Row: W. Robbins, O. Reynolds, C. Minden, B. Tui'ne1'?WI Copenhaver, J. Norquist, J. Swayne
E. Fisher, G. Grimes, R. Swayne, M. Chase, K. Gott. '
Second Row: C. Robbins, D. Robertson, M. Nakamura, J. Cliff, B. Riorden, B. Neher, Miss Payer
R. Nelson, Mr. Ray.
Bottom Row: B. Keim, D. Blickfeldt, R. Porterfield, P. Snyder, L. Koutnik, C. Krebs, D. Grill
P. Patterson, F. Estabrook.
P1'f'siclv11f-RAcHE,L SXVAYNE, FRANK ESTABROOK
Vfff-PV8XiI1Ul7f-CHARI.ES ROBBINS, CHARLES GRIMES
Secretary nm! TI'L'tlSZl7'81'-JOHN CLIFF
MISS PAYER MR. RAY
The purpose of the club is to increase knowledge of and interest
Field trip to Penitentiary, radio station, P. F. E. shops, Dairymen's
Creamery, picnic, interesting talks in bi-monthly meetings, completion
of Payer-Davis telescope, telescope preview.
Top Row: M. Hicks, V. Vogel, R. Hanson, C. Grimes, D. Crill, H. Dodge, A. Helwege, D. Powell
M. Hamilton, A. O'B1'ien.
gotgone Row: M. Frandsen, R. Gott, D. Blickfeldt, B. Alverson, P. Snyder, R. Porterfield, Mr. Ray
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P1'ESiliKlZf-HERBEIKT DODGE, VANCE VOGEL
Iliff'-P1'!?Sil1ci'l'If-:DON POWELL, DELBERT BLICKFELDT
SFC1'Ufdl'j7-VANCE VOGEL, DONALD CRILL
Treasurer-CHARLES GRIMES, MARVIN FRANDSEN
To give radio-minded students an opportunity to gather knowledge
and experience of this sort.
Purchased a nine-tube Hallicrafter Sky Challenger receiver, spon-
sored a sale of candy and popcorn at basketball games, held evening
study groups, took active part in Science Department assemblies.
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Top Row: M. Chase, R. Yamamoto, I. Odle. L. Blair, M. Crane, M. Borg, B. Beus, B. Murphy, D. R.
Groesbeck, B. Marsh, P. Ansotegui, D. B, Shroll, H. Henrickson, J. Ferirusen.
Second Row: E. Haba, E. Gibbs, H. Hiemstra, J. Hunsaker, A. Knight, L. Hazen, A. Hyslop,
K. Herfurth, I. Jones, V. Johnson, B. Jones, N. Richeson.
Bottom Row: A. Schas, D. Dominick, E. Larson, D. Carter, E. Fisher, W. Copenhaver, B. Turner,
A. Bahrychuk, R. Martin, A. Fuhriman, S. Dowdle.
Secretary and TVCdS1lTCY--MARJORIE CHASE
To interest high school girls in subjects relating to Home
Co-ed Ball, club picnic, popcorn and candy sales, regular business
and social meetings.
Top Row: B.
M. Tucker, D.
Second Row: B.
R. Hill, H. Hiemstra
Bottom Row: B. Reed
W. Burrows, Miss La,Fond.
B. Riordan, C. Grimes, K. Hunter, W. Johnson
P. Flora, B. Moffatt, B. Turner, D. Dominick
E. Andersen, D. Pilcher, D. Parkinson, B. Ptacek
Through various programs to become better acquainted with the
French people, their customs, traditions, and language.
Christmas party honoring the first year French class, spring ban-
quet at Cheesbrough's, picnic, Dr. Belknap with a travel talk of France,
French Guignol plays made and produced by club members, regular
monthly meetings with interesting French programs.
Top Row:D. Colton, O. Clemens, B. Alverson, E. Beauchamp, K. Herfurth, H. Barnhart, S. Cottrell,
R. Roth, E. Hergert.
Second Row: Mr. Remley, A. Helwege, R. Hansen, E. Aschenbrenner, I. Hamilton, J. Schuler, L. Kont-
nik, K. Tamer, R. Porterfield.
MR. K. BOYD REMLEY
To further the knowledge of the German people and the German
Bi-monthly meetings, speakers, party at Mr. Remley's.
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Top Row: D. Crill, Miss Smith, H. Day, E. Sloat, L. Bargrcr, J. Dorman, E. Fiedler, H. Henrickson
F. Estabrook, M. Crane, E. John.
Bottom Row: R. Chapman, D. Livingston, H. Chase, V. Blickenstaff, R. Swayne, J. Norquist, C. Mc-
Kee, B. Turner, E. Hoskins, J. Brockus, F. M. Brockus, O. Betts.
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To acquaint the students with the life of the Romans.
S. P. R. Patricians picnic, S. P. R. Senators' banquet.
Top Row: B. Marcusen, B. Turner, C. Grimes, D. Gray, W. Burrows, H. Englehart, C. Dodge
Second Row: B. Reed, E. John, D. Jauert, J. Riedel, B. Keim, J. Oberst, R. Chase.
Bottom Row: C. McKee, U. Mathias, F. Abbott, J. Swayne, B. Hussey, K. Winther, W. Robbms
To put over n succ
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essful campaign so that
Sold portrait tickets,
Helped distribute Sages.
the Sage may be assured
Top Row: A. Randall, D. Blickfeldt, J. Dorman, C. Grimes, M. Steel, F. Estabrook.
Bottom Row: V. Vogel, L. Koutnik, R. McColm, V. Blickenstalf, E. McClellan, Mr. Livesay
To hold up the reputation of Nampa High School in public speak-
ing with other schools and to further reasoning power.
Interclass tournament, series of practice debates between schools,
practice barnstorming trip through the southwestern parts of the state.
first place in A division and second place in B division at District Tourna-
ment in Boise, fourth place in State Tournament at Pocatello, N. F. L.
Contest at Lewiston.
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Top Row: D. Hickey, U. Mathias, M. Crane, J. Harris, J. Swayne, K. Riordan, G. Middlehurst
B. Gowen, C. Vincent, C. Dodge, B. Snell, M. Vail, R. Yamamoto, A. Bahrychuk, B. Parker, K. Gott
Second Row: F. Bastida, B. Nelson, W. Copenhaver, P. Sparks, J. Hedrick, J. Yoder, H. Honstead
P. Patterson, M. Morgan, W. Hamner, R. Gray, J. Stuart, A. Snowberger, J. Schuler, M. Tucker
Bottom Row: L. Pipher, W. Wittenberger, J. Keiser, E. Fiedler, R. Swayne, C. McKee, P. Flora
M. J. Petty, F. Togstad, K. Barbee, B. Moffatt, M. H. Anson, A. Morgan, Miss Bird.
Vice-Presiclwzt-MARY JANE PETTY
Snappy pep insures zest.
To boost all school activities and arouse school pep.
Decorated goal posts, sold candy at football games, sponsored sale
of season football tickets and pep caps, held initiation followed by enter-
tainment at Cheesbrough's, assisted in exchange assembly with Boise,
gave football banquet, entertained with Valentine tea for Scarlet Skirts
of Boise, attended Boise Scarlet Skirts return tea, honored Seniors with
farewell party, guests at Blu-N party.
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Pop Row: D. Lyons, K. Carter, R. Wilson. B. Bowman, C. Stinson, B. Ertz, B. Nelson, M. J. Petty
D Gray. B. Riordan, B. Metzger. M. Schwasinger, J. Rodwell, B. Bever, Mr. White.
Second Row: E. Sullivan, W. Howard, W. Garrity, K. Hunter, R. Howard, W. Wood, D. Andelson
B Mangum, F. Blecha, C. Frahm, B. Alverson, H. Clark, G. Martin, A. Perry.
Bottom Row: F. Timm, R. Skinner, D. Wilkerson, B. Marcusen, C. Kelly, J. Jausoro, B. Simmons
I' Abbott, F. Jones. J. Riedel, R. Schwasinger, J. Christenson.
To advance and create school spirit, to uphold and protect the
school, to stimulate and create better feeling and friendship between
students, to help foster and promote athletics, to be of service to Nampa
High School in other ways, such as, oiliciating at track meets, guarding
Sponsored faculty Boise-Nampa game, Kid Dance, and Spiz Party.
F. Witmer, G. Randall, H. Fisk, K. Herfurth, B. Sales, R. Ord, J, O. Young, K. Riordan.
To hasten ability in public speaking and to teach students to stand
on their own feet and think for themselves.
Student body play-"George and Margaret," Festival play, numer-
ous 0116-ACE plays, organization of Thespian Club-Honor Society for
Top Row: R. Bennett, R. Ord, M. Sloruy, J. Hedrick, F. M. Brockus, K. Brubaker, K. Hcrfurth,
L. Blair, A. Morgan. .
Second Row: H. Fisk, M. A. Carlow, J. O. Youngs, J. Dunn, J. Donman, R. Chase, K. Riordan.
Bottom Row: F. Witmer, G. Randall, Miss Gorton, B. Sale, R. McColm,'.gI'. Irgens.
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Top Row: C. Grimes. N. F.
A. Fulcher, B. Marcnsen, O.
Second Row: F. Estabvook
haver, E. Mackey, F. Wakefield,
Bottom Row: D. Robertson, D.
M. Steele, K. Belknap, I. Jones,
B Neher, M. Crane, E. Marron. E. McClellan, J. Siler,
Gott, R. Porterfield, J. Newman, W. Copen-
Fisk, D. Dominick, A. Schas, D. McKillip,
President-Louis KOUTNIK, CHARLES GRIMES
Vifd-PTCSid611'f-MAURINE STEELE, Louis KOUTNIK
Secretary and TTUWSMTKY-NONA FERN COFFMAN, JUANITA DUNN
Purliamentariu-n-B. ROGER RAY
Sergeant-at-Arms-CHARLES GRIMES, HELEN Fisk
IROGER RAY FRED LIVESAY
To share knowledge through intelligent discussion, to gain a bet-
ter understanding of current problems, to practice parliamentary law,
to improve speech abilities.
Problem discussions, visits to the legislature and to the district
court, annual banquet and dance, biggest fish story contest.
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Top Row: Harder, E. Thompson, W. Sanderson, F. Flick, H. Englehart, L. Hazen, W. Cole
E. Hoskins, B. Newland, D. B. Shroll, P. Perry, H. Smith, I. Perry, S. Lyons, M. Kalousek, E. Crill
J. Ferguson, I. M. Martin, M. A. Carlow, A. Hyslop, K. Gott.
Second Row: E. Dreher, C. McClure, B. Barger, G. Myers, R. Hill, R. Lyons, C. Young, J. Ziegler
M. E. Baptist, I. Svedin, C. Callen, M. Weaver, B. Lawrence, C. Gail, F. Stover, F. Ostyn, J. Swayne
C. Bicandi, J. Schuler.
Bottom Row: R. Martineau, A. Bastida, E. Allen. F. Jensen, U. Mathias, M. A. Booth, A. Spencer
L. Mackey, V. Elliott, D. Crill, B. Alcorn, B. Backer, J. Br-ockus, M. A. Ay1'es, M. Lenz, M. Hurst
J. Kelly, Miss Hagelin.
Q. 04. 04.
To offer girls who are interested in athletics an opportunity to
earn a school letter.
A fall play day to which representatives from fifteen schools
came, tournaments in basketball, volley-ball, softball, and table tennis.
1. At least we know its not
2. A future mouthwash.
3. Innocence foh yeahlj
4. Typing I.
5. Deep concentration-or
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6. Brains, personality, looks,
7. Oh, I say-this simply
8. Quite a joke-ha, ha.
10. Bob's trip to California.
1 1. Bewildered sophomore.
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"The Gem of the Valley!"
Here reposes our dear old "alma mater" on a beautiful sunny Sunday morning, minus the
laughter and shouts of the students. She is probably as glad that you are gone for a day as you,
"Exploring the science of food!" Or could it have been the "taste of food?" Anyhow,
members of the banqueting Explorers Club seem to have devoured an enormous quantity of
tasty edibles. I-Iow do you suppose they felt the morning after that night before? Oh--ooo!
The first all school dance, and boy did those kids have fun, trucking and jitterbugging! It
seemed good to turn their muscles loose for awhile-we won't say how they felt as an after-
effect,-From the turnout-could it have been because it was free of charge?-it looked quite
probable that there would be more school dances to come.
The mad magician! Believe it or not, my friends. this is none other than that gruesome
old scientist, Ralph Porterlield, who has turned himself into a negro, My, my, what these
scientitionists can't do!
Alas 'tis semester exam time again! With all your pencils, paper, and notebooks, which
you undoubtedly hadn't used before or haven't used since, you couldn't possibly have been
cramming, or-well-a-er-a-exchanging answers could you, my little sophies?
And what do we have here? The first student dance orchestra ever to be organized in the his-
tory of our high school. Those kids really can swing it, too, no fooling, and they surely did cut
down on the cost of the school dances. More power to you, Swingsters: we hope you are as
successful next year as you have been these past nine months.
Basketball comes but once a year: yet the thrills that come with it remain with us for quite
a while. lust where this picture was snapped, we're not sure, but we at least know that our
faithful five were doing their best to sink the ball through the bucket.
Oh me, oh my-these pretty little girlies. But don't be mislead, boys, and wonder where
you have been all year,-or have you been there?-for these fair ladiesf??l are Scarlet Skirts
from Boise. The occasion-the Spiz-Scarlet Skirt tea. iThey had cake, too, didn't they, boys?l
The sophomores grew up-yes, they can dance and everything-well, most everything,
anyway. The balloons and what-have-you, scattered-decorated, we mean ipardon usl around
the room signified the grand sophomore dance and incidentally the only elaborated ball held this
year in the gym.
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Nampa's battling basketeers ended the 1938-39 schedule with ten victories
and twelve losses. Under Coach Harold Whiteis experienced hand, the Bulldogs
showed form, fighting spirit, and tenacity from their first fray with Parma
on December 17 to the first tournament game with the Emmett Huskies.
They began the season with twenty-five candidates for squad positions, only
two of which, Howard and Sullivan, were lettermen. They emerged victorious
from their Hrst battle with Parma, to the tune of 21-13. On January 18 they
departed southward on a barnstorming tour, playing Mountain Home, Buhl,
Rupert, and Twin Falls. After several more practice games they went into the
district tournament. After defeating Caldwell, and then in turn being defeated
by Meridian and Emmett, they were eliminated. Wally Howard, Nampa, was
chosen as all-district guard. High point man of the season was Winston Coffey
who chalked up one hundred twenty-seven points, but because of injuries was
unable to play in the District Tourney. Close behind with one hundred fifteen
points was Howard. Those receiving letters were Wally Howard, Bill Bever,
Winston Coffey, Eugene Sullivan, John Christenson, Howard Clark, Bert Marcu-
sen, Fielding Abbott, Leonard Williams, Bill Mangum, Allan Perry, Kenneth
Carter, and Byron Wright. Coffey, Bever, Sullivan, Marcusen, Carter, and
Wright are graduating Seniors.
Pop Row: R. Howard, B. Mangum, B. Marcusen, L. Williams, W. Wyatt, F. Abbott, K. Carter,
B Wright. Mr. White.
Botto w' W. Howard, H. Clark, W. Coffey, E. Sullivan, J. Christenson, B. Bever, A. Perry.
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Nampa 46, Mt. Home 21
Nampa 18, Buhl 22
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To give junior members of the second team a chance to get experience
was the purpose of the Junior Varsity under the guiding hand of Coach Vic
Wetzel. The underclassmen suffered only four defeats out of ten games and
throughout the season showed the s irit and drive that marks them as potential
Bulldogs. The lettermen on the squad are Wyatt, Stewart,
Jenkins, and Hayes. The scores of the season's games
Nampa 21, Boise 20
Marsin g 16 I
Top Row: Mr. Wetzel, R. Hays, J. Rodwell, K. Jenkens, C. Stewart.
Bottom Row: E. Sanderson, W. Wyatt, E. DeCoursey, C. Frahm.
Top Row: C. Frahm, B. Frantz, W. Garrity, B. Hilty, L. Simmons, C. Wilson, H. Vauk, Mr. Howard
Second Row: R. Kilmer, M. Nafsiyrer, C. Bridges, J. LaLande, G. Kuyama, L. Aschenbrenner.
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Ten Sophomores constituted the fighting Bullpup squad with Robert How-
ard as coach. The Bullpups recorded twelve victories out of eighteen games
which shows them to be true future Bulldogs. The lettermen are Gardner, Kil-
mcr, LaLande, Vauk, Garrity, Koyama, Simmons, Wilson, Aschenbrenner, and
Bridges. The schedule of games was:
Nampa 20 Weiser 16 Nampa Emmett 23
Nampa 8 Caldwell 12 Nampa Mt. Home 6
Nampa 28 Boise 27 Nampa Parma 10
Nampa 23, Emmett 16 Nampa Parma 19
Nampa 27 Payette S Nampa Caldwell 21
Nampa 11 Boise 34 Nampa Parma 19
Nampa 13, Weiser 16 Nampa Caldwell 21
Nampa 19 Payette 10 Nampa Meridian 10
Nampa 22 Mt. Home Nampa Marsing 14
Nampa 9, Meridian 5 Nampa Marsing 11
Top Row: R. Smith, D. Bliekfeldt. C. Williams. Mr. Smith, F. Jones, V. Cupp, F. Smith.
Bottom Row: F. Svehlak, C. Hatfield, J. Riedel, F. Bleeha, F. Hallberpc, K. Tomer.
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With Ronald Smith as coach and John Riedel and Guy Serean as student
coaches, Nampa's boxing and wrestling squad enjoyed a successful season. The
team spent their practice sessions perfecting their technique and developing their
stamina. Throughout their matches they showed the gameness and fighting
spirit that is characteristic of all true Bulldog athletes. The team engaged in
two matches with the Vale, Oregon squad, losing one and fighting the other
to a draw. The wrestling squad is composed of Riedel, Black, Smith, Blecha,
Jones, and Hatfield.
The boxing squad journeyed to Pocatello to compete in the state tourna-
ment. Delbert Blickfeldt was runner-up in his weight division. The boxing
squad consisted of Blickfeldt, Tomer, Hallberg, Laub, Alverson, and Riedel.
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Top Row: J. Norquist, H. Kleier, D. Taylo1', B. Reed, K. Tomer, A. O'Brien, C. Minden, B. Pfieifer,
F. Murphy, 0. Agenbroad, V. Moad. G. Prohaska, B. Frantz.
Second Row: D. Carter, E. John, J. Newman, J. Riedel, B. Winther, D. Crull. S. Cottrel, L. Gilbert,
N. Maffit, E. Sower, C. Krebbs, E. Fisher, Mr. Winther.
Botbom Row: H. Patterson, C. M. Carter, L. Fowler, K. Winther, H. Splinter, C. Copenhaver, J. Hun-
saker, E. Conner, D. Hickey, B. Fowler, H. Fisk, V. Rusky.
President-CARL MINDEN Drum Major-Lou AVA FOWLER
Vice-President-KENNETH WINTHER Corporals-IRWIN SOWER
Secretary-Treasurer-DORA CARTER BILL PFEIFFER
Librarian-HELEN FISK CARL MINDEN
Uniform-Custodian-IOHN RIEDEL ED JOHN
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Energy and enthusiasm was the keynote of the band this year. An average of a
performance every two weeks, in addition to marching drill, candy and rummage sales,
and ticket drives, kept the band members continually busy.
During the football season this group began its activity when the marching band,
under the direction of Mr. Iohn Kuster, made letter formations at all the home games.
An ambition of many years was fulfilled when the concert, December 8, netted the
band enough money to purchase new uniforms. The snappy red jackets and royal blue
trousers were worn for the first time at the Nampa-Boise basketball game Ianuary 27.
The thirty-six piece band presented numerous outside programs, besides making
several out-of-town trips.
An entirely new and different kind of concert was given by the band, March 23. A
style show, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce, featuring styles from four local
stores, and the pupils of two Nampa dance instructors shared the program with the
band. This entertainment proved to be such a great success that plans are being made
to make it an annual affair.
In order to meet instrumentation requirements for the district and regional contests,
Hfteen Iunior High School players were added to the band in the spring. The proceeds
from the March concert were used to purchase new uniforms for these students.
Eight o'clock marching drills and evening rehearsals played a prominent part in
preparing for the district contest in Boise on April 21 and 22. In order to be eligible for
the regional contest in Pocatello the band had to make a 95 per cent rating at Boise.
Left to Right: F. Topxsiaead, E. Gibson, F. Spencer, H. Kleer, B. Evans, C. Copenhaver, L. Snyder,
K. Barbee. N. Bradley, E. Mackey. L. Roberts, L. Fowler, Mr. Tompkins, H. Patterson, H. Fisk.
B. Fowler, B. Pfeiffer, L. Burger, R, Swayne, E. Fisher, M. Johnson, I. Sewer, M. Worth. I.. Hzumman,
A. Morgan. L. Pinkerlfnn.
President-NONA BRADLEY Treasuner-LLOYD PINKERTON
Vice-President-KATHRYN BARBEE Librarian-RACHEL SWAYNE
Secretary-Liawis ROBERTS Manager-HAROLD KLEIER
Although a somewhat smaller organization than usual the orchestra had a highly
successful year terminating in its appearance at the state contest in Boise April 21.
Election of oflicers resulted in the position of both president and vice-president being
filled by sophomores.
Several entertaining programs were presented by the twenty-one piece orchestra
during the winter months. A concert was given in Ianuary for a Countryman's Club dinner
and music between acts was furnished by the group both nights of the student body play.
The orchestra also played for the Merchants' Style Show March 23.
The annual orchestra concert was presented on March 7 at the Central Auditorium.
Introducing a novel arrangement, Mr. Tompkins combined the Iunior and Senior High
School orchestras for the final six numbers of the program. The boys' glee club under
the direction of Mr. Remley, shared the spotlight during this event. and presented several
One of the outstanding small ensemble musical groups in the high school was the
violin quartet consisting of Nona Bradley, Evelyn Mackey, Rachel Swayne, and Louemma
Barger with Lloyd Pinkerton as accompanist. This group practiced during the year with
the state contest in Boise for their incentive.
In addition to thc regular members of the orchestra, Mr. Tompkins revealed that
there were several outside students who practiced occasionally with the group and played
at the different programs. A much larger orchestra is expected next year when the
present members of the lunior High School orchestra enter as sophomores.
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Top Row: V. R. Jones, N. Herrick, C. Davis, J. Swayne, B. Nelson, G. Middlehurst, B. Gowen,
F. Bastida, W. Hamner, R. Gray, A. Snowberger, B. M. Hill, M. Mooney, I. Hamilton, P. Robinson.
E. Marron, M. Spur-lock, G. Wakefield, P. Dinwiddie.
Second Row: B. Hunter, M. Wilcox, B. Mills, D. McKillip, V. Stanley, H. Agenbroad, R. Hackney,
L. Kimbrough, E. Beauchamp, B. Piersall, D. Downey, O. Betts, F. Wakefield, D. R. Groeslueck,
B. Murphy, A. Jacobsen, Mr. Remley.
Bottom Row: B. Beus, J. Turner, R. Lupton, V. Simmons, M. H. Anson, B. Moffatt, C. McKee,
B. Hussey, K. Herfurth, L. Roper, G. Robinson, G. Sandy, B. Letler, R. Gregg, M. Vail, B. Parker.
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Such a large group of girls enrolled for glee club this year that it was necessary to
form two classes to accommodate them.
Many outside programs were presented by the combined girls' glee clubs, in addition
to their participation in various school concerts. The group sang at the band concert
December 8, and assisted the chorus in both their Christmas programs and spring concert.
The most outstanding small ensemble group in school was the girls' sextette formed
by Evelyn Beauchamp, Betty Piersall, Adelpha Snowberger, Mildred Mooney, Bonnie
May Hill and Isabel Hamilton, all members of the glee clubs. This group was one of
fifteen selected to sing at the All Northwest Music Conference in Tacoma. It was estimated
by Mr. Remley, vocal director, that the sextette sang at more than sixty dilierent programs
during the year.
Along with the other music department classes of the school, the goal reached by the
girls' glee club was the taking part in the district contest in Boise.
Top Row: M. J. Turner, B. Beus, G. Hanson, M. Watson, K. Riordan, J. Hedrick, B. Hussey,
B. Hunter, L. , C. Dodge, C. Vincent, M. Tucker, M. Allen, M. Hadsall, L. Stanley, E. Wright,
J. Udovick, B. .
Second R-ow: J H. Agenbroad, R. Hackney, P. Sparks, M. Spencer,
V- R. Jones, J. Dakan, F. Giese, H. Hiemstra, F. Garrison,
E. Howell, A.
Bottom Row: L L. Hartman, A. Christenson, R. Gray, W. Hamner,
J. Newman, G. Schey, N. Elliott, M. Rau, F. Barrett, L. Virgin,
G. Ritter, B. Gowen, B.
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Top Row: B. Jauert, J. Jacobsen, W. Johnson, R. Tabor, L. Jones, W. Johnson, W. Isgrigg, R. Chase,
R. Gunning, J. Watt, D. Lyons, C. Agenbroad, S. Cottrell.
Second Row: L. Watson, L. Pinkerton, D. Wilkerson, B. Rainer, W. lVood, J. Trottman, S. Gr-ow,
R. Grosso, B. Simmons, D. Bright, W. Brown. B. Penzien, R. Carter.
Third Row: D. Carter. D. Jauert, B. Bushnell, B. Bever, D. Anderson, M. Munyon, F. Abbott, L. Oster-
miller, B. Gould, W. Fewkes, G. Stoops.
Bottom Row: K. Harman, M. Fulchcr, B. Bowman, G. Martin, F. Hickey, V. Wilson, F. Case,
M. Young, H. Mills, B. Neff.
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Nampa High School had one of the outstanding choruses in Southern Idaho this
year. Under the direction of Kay Boyd Remley, the forty-eight members of the group
gave numerous programs.
They sang at Boise for Idaho Teachers' Conventions and presented several programs
for different churches around Nampa.
An all-time record was set for Nampa High School, when thirty-four chorus members
journeyed to Tacoma for the All Northwest Music Conference, March 29 to April l.
The climax of the year's activities was reached during the last two weeks of April.
At the vocal department concert April 18, the members of the chorus wore their new
blue choir robes for the first time. April 21 and 22 the group went to Boise for the State
The Boys' Glee Club sang at the April concert, and assisted the orchestra in their
annual concert March 7.
One of the most popular ensembles in high school was the boys' quartet composed
of four boys from the glee club, Willis lohnson, Steve Cottrell, Lloyd Pinkerton, and
: B. Hunter, C. Smith, G. Martin. B. t. K. Harman, D. Bright, L. Jones, S. Cottrell,
B. Penzein, H. Mills. G. Stoons, Agenbroad, B. Bowman, B. Peterson, G. Sandy,
W. ohnson, M. Munyon, J. Jacobsen, B. Bushnell,
l. Beyer, L. Ostermiller, M. Fulcher, M. Vail,
Beauchamp, B. Piersall, M. Mooney, R. Lupton,
E. Marron, I. Hamilton, G. Middlehurst,
Left to Right: B. Parker. L. Hartman, E. Fisher, B. Pfieffer, D. Crull, D. Hickey, F. Murphy,
V. Patrick, H. Fisk.
Managers-BILL PFEIFFER, BETTY PARKER
The music department introduced a new organization this year when a dance
band was formed by high school students. Starting originally as an all girls' orchestra,
it became necessary to admit boys to complete the instrumentation of the group.
The "Nampa High Swingstersn made their first public appearance December
8 when they played several numbers at the band concert. The all school free dance
held on January 12 was the next performance given by the group. During the
remainder of the year the band played for nearly a dozen dances given by school
organizations. i- '
During the winter months the dance band met three times a week at 8 o'clock,
and one or two evenings' every week for lengthy rehearsals.
In addition to playing for these dances the group entertained at programs for
the Spiz tea and an assembly at Kuna High School.
White dinner jackets together with decorated band stands will be used to
improve the appearance of next year's band.
Bill Pfeiffer, student manager, and Betty Parker, assistant manager and libra-
rian, aided Mr. Cowin and Mr. Winther in planning a much larger and better group
for next year. All of the original members, except two, are returning and will form
the mainstay of next year's band.
1 Mob scene.
Sweet sixteen and-
The javelin hurler.
just a nice friendly fight
Tribute to Koichi.
Sock 'em, Abbott!
in Bushnell's car.
9 Femmeb on parade.
10 Band drill.
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d. Curtis Kelley and Roy Howard, football managers and post graduate students, under the
irection of Steve Vaudry, plant one of the twenty various kinds of cherry trees, dedicated to
Nampa Hi h School b G ' ' ' '
Q y eorge S. Koyama as a tribute to his son, Koichi.
Now, ain't they cute? Oh me, you really can't appreciate that masterful Iim jausoro until
he gets all dolled up, now can you? That's Flora Basticla, enchanting junior, accepting first prize
for the girls at the Blu-N St. Patrick's Day costume hop. "With bows on her curls and bows on
her toes, she shall have beaus wherever she goes."
HGosh, what a smack! When you get hit so hard it makes your hair stand on end that's
rea y sumpin! With a wince and a forceful smile, "Blondie" Howard Clark seems to have to
grin and bear it, while the younger Stewart brother chortles with glee and pounds it on with
vigor. He had his in the fall. just wait, Clarkieg you can take revenge on the sophies, next year.
i'See the birdie? Now smile pretty There now hold it"' Ah m what a b t'f l ' l
. , . , y eau 1 u picture.
Of course the background of a picture really means a great deal more than the foreground, but
then it is ne h ff ' ' ' '
h I f cessary to s ow o once in awhile. Mr. Wright of the Wright Studio has just finished
he ast o the group pictures for the Sage and pauses for a moment to be snapped by us, for a
With a Hash, we bring to you the news of the most hilarious shindig on record-the Blu N-
Spiz party. In the fall of each year, the Spizzers make it a practice to treat the football boys to
a grand feast, so in return, the boys put their minds l??j together and concocted the splendid
idea of a dancing party which was held at the American Legion Chateau.
Femmes galore, portraying everything from bunnies to gold diggers or anything you
might chance to ask for, had a rip-snortin' time at the co-ed ball-possibly the absence of the
masculine sex helped a great deal.-Pictured herc are some of the first and second prize winners
of the affair. '
What a day to be out doors! The sweet-smelling spring air plus lots of sunshine, soft,
green grass, and shady trees, seems to have hit the soft spot in little Irish jimmy O'Brien Taking
the day off, jimmy is enjoying the weather Kas well as might be expectedj in spite of thetstudious
chemistry class behind him.
With minds as pure as the air and clouds around them, are two brain waves of Nampa high
school. On the left is Miss Marjorie Chase, valedictorian of our alma mater: on the right is
Miss Carmen McKee, salutatorian. This typical picture of "Two Smart Girls' gives a good
view of their winning personalities. We hope you will always be as successful as you have
been this year, girls.
Here we go! But where? School is out, and three hot months of summer stretch ahead
before we again resume our studies in N. H. S. You may be glad to go, but you'll be just as
glad to come back next fall with wild stories of summer vacations. Adieu, to you, students.
we hope you have a glorious vacation!
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Top Row: G. Hatfield, W. Stewart, D. Rich, E. Wright, K. Harmon, E. Seele, J. Baldwin, W. Wyatt,
K. Giesler, A. Fuleher, L. Geisler, R. Albers, W. McCarthy, G. Detton. E. Sanderson, Mr. Wetzel.
Third Row: H. Mills, F. Blecha, F. Spencer, W, Snyder, F. Smith, V. Vogel, L. Aschenbrenner,
C. Stewart, H. Vauk, J. Berry, D. Beer, H. Day, D. Grill, K. Belknap, A. Perry.
Second Row: E. Monte, F. Svehlak, R. Hays, P. Kidder, M. Fulcher, R. Wilson, W. Watson,
W. Shaddy, V. Wood, W. Hilty, R. Smith, W. Baker, D. Rasmussen, B. Gould, R. Howard.
Bottom row: T. Irixens, B. Hunter, J. Silkwood, J. Rodwell, H. Jack, L. Watson, J. Rodwell, M. Adam-
ion, R. Johnston, B. Ertz, K. Hunter, J. Jausoro, L. Williams, H. Clark, M. Nafziger, E. Woodford
Over fifty hearty aspirants answered the spring call for track men when the
Nampa High field season was opened the first week in April. Skill and determina-
tion were the keynotes that served to build a strong squad.
The first event, held on April 7, was an inter-class meet which the seniors won
by a comfortable margin. From this meet Coach Vic Wetzel was able to classify
his men and conscientious practice was started.
The Bulldogs won their first inter-school match by upsetting the Meridian
spikesters April 13, with a 101 to 62 count. On April 18 and 19 a two-day meet
was held at Caldwell. The Cougars outpointed the Bulldogs to claim 96 points,
leaving only 57 for Nampa. Again the canines placed last when they entered a
triangle meet April 22 at Boise.
The final tournaments were held in Boise: the sub-district, April 29, district,
May 65 and regional, May 13.
The only last year's lettermen on the squad were Rodwell, sprint and weight
man, and Sanderson, distance winner. Other top men were Wilson, Bunker, Ertz
and Jausoro. The rest of the main squad is composed of Brown, Fusen, Day, Williams,
Hunter, Stewart, LaLande, Crill and Mills.
Top Row: L. Williams, B. Marsh, H. Patterson, B. Wright, F. Jordan, M. E. Baptist, L. Blair,
L. Pipher, P. Flora, C. Vincent, B. Matthews, R. Porterfield.
Second Row: R. Skinner, E. Sullivan, E. McClellan, J. Siler, B. Hunter, B. Nelson, C. Dodge,
D. Hickey, W. Howard, R. Bennett.
Bottom Row: N. Johnson, F. Oberst, G. Hahn, M. Mooney, M. Storey, K. Gott, A. Hyslop, J. Swayne,
F. Abbott, D. Anderson.
More tennis trophies were awarded to Idaho high schools this year than in
any previous year as a result of the abandonment of the single state tourney.
Instead, three regional meets were conducted and trophies awarded at each. Boise,
Moscow, and Pocatello were the scenes of the three tourneys.
Nampa entered boys' and girls' singles and doubles teams in the regional
tournament held at Boise on May 13.
Fall matches were arranged for the girls' team with Parma and Meridian,
and these feminine Bulldog stars, coached by Miss Evelyn Hagelin, revealed the
ability that is the making of a championship team.
Early in the spring, the girls, and boys' teams commenced serious practice in
preparation for the regional meet at Boise.
Matches were scheduled with Boise, Parma, Caldwell, Meridian, Mt. Home,
and other schools in the district. The Bulldogs garnered numerous victories and
were rated as a strong team.
Katherin Gott, Rachel Swayne, and Phyllis Flora were the mainstays of the girls'
squad, all having won letters before. Mary Storey, formerly of Meridian, was an
outstanding player, and Ann Hyslop and Mary Elizabeth Baptist were the new
members of the team.
The boys, coached by Bill Cunningham, were paced by Bob Matthews, Wally
Howard, and Byron Wright, lettermen who are back from last year's squad. Fred
jordan and Hoyt Patterson completed the main squad.
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Top Row: C. Frahrn, L. Walters, V. Moad, E. DeCbursey, G. Koyama, W. Wood, R. Kilmer, D. Lyons,
W. Wilkerson, C. Bridges, Mr. Brown.
Bottom Row: R. Seidel, R. Schwasinger, M. Nakamura., B. Riordan, J. Christenson, B. Manyrum,
W. Garrity, R. Faylor, F. Murphy.
Coach Pat Brown turned out from forty-five eager baseball aspirants, a strong
nine worthy of the Bulldog name.
Lyons, Metzgar, and DeCoursey formed the pitching staff while Murphy and
Walters held down the catcher's spot.
Nampa will lose only one man of the first team this year when graduation
thins the squad. Riordan, who plays right Held, will graduate.
Although only three lettermen from last year returned, the Bulldogs won
more games this year than last. Their schedule included games with Marsing, Kuna,
Melba, Meridian, Franklin, and Wilder.
Tentative plans are that next year Boise and Caldwell will produce baseball
teams, these two with Nampa and Meridian, will make up the Class A league.
The completion of the first squad line-up is as follows: Mangum, first base,
Christensen, second base, Gibson, short stopg Garrity, third base, Bridges, left
field, Moad and Nakamura, center field, and Riordan, right field.
Games were played each Tuesday and Friday afternoon with practice at the
Rodeo park on the other days.
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Top Row: F. Hart, L. Pipher, P. Flora, B. Nelson, F. Abbott, B. Hunter, D. Anderson, P'. Patterson,
C. McKee, J. Yoder.
Bottom Row: G. Krueger, F. Case. K. Belknap. W. Burrows, B. Reed, G. Rodwell, B. Sales.
Golf as a high school sport retained its popularity in many Idaho schoolsg
among these, Nampa.
Besides eight boys, four talented girls practiced diligently. The girls strove
to schedule matches with numerous schools, but the response they received was
Four inter-school matches and one major tournament high-lighted this season's
golf activities in Southwestern Idaho. The tournament was a district tourney and
was held at Boise on the Plantation golf course on May 13. Four-man teams from
schools in this district competed for top honors. Nampa's golfers displayed out-
standing ability at this meet.
Six veterans from previous years returned to make the squad a strong one.
Five of the eight who turned out will graduate, leaving only three to form the
nucleous of next year's team.
Matches were scheduled with Boise, Caldwell, Emmett, and other schools in
the district, with the Bulldogs claiming the lion's share of the victories.
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