Nampa High School - Sage Yearbook (Nampa, ID)

 - Class of 1940

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The taxpayers and patrons of this community and of the State of Idaho have made a real financial investment in you. They have made this investment cheer- fully and willingly. They know that you will shortly assume the responsibilities of adult citizenship. The Class of 1940 before long will have to take its place in the civic, social, and economic pattern of the body politic. This class will be called upon to help maintain the American dream of democracy, freedom, and justice. For the reasons stated above, the citizens have paid the expenses for your public school education in the sincere hope that you will be qualified to preserve the heritage of our American civilization. They realize that a high school diploma is not the end but the commencement. You are only freshmen in the University of Life and the really difficult lessons are yet to come. Some of the lessons will seem almost insurmountable, and of hard knocks there will be plenty. Your high school experience has simply been a preliminary training, very inadequate in many respects, but better, we hope, than no training at all. In closing, permit me on the behalf of the Trustees of Independent School District No. 37 and the teaching staif of the Nampa Public Schools to wish you success and good luck throughout your entire life. Goodbye. JOHN E. WALSH, Superintendent C. C. COWIN, Principal ff' 'Meuaqe just suppose that we make the future homes of our present students the setting for our thought this year. On some winter evening as we sit around the fireplace or in the warmth of our homes and take down "The Sage" from our bookshelves, we shall think of our school and of our friends. Pictures remind us of our athletic teams, our Student Body officers, our musical organizations, our clubs, our social gatherings, our assemblies, our school work, and many other activities. The years will have strengthened our pleasure and appreciation for the sincere and wholesome friendship developed during our high school attendance. These have been happy days! Sincerely, C. C. COWIN, Principal FACULTY Annie Laurie Bird Earl D. Bonham Raymond A. Brown Welwster L. Caldwell Tracy Coker W, Dean Davidson Glennie Day Evelyn Hagelin Robert Howard E. Eloise Kennedy lames Keyes Iohn P. Kuster, Ir, VVinilred La lfond Mary A. Lucas Paul L, Ludlow Edna Minden Lucy B. Morton Iosephinc Payer K. Boyd Remley Elmer C. Roberts bl 0' 90 lfred Ruiz Ronald O. Smith Rosa L. Smith Lyle M. Stanford Vivian Stone Leona Taylor Alhert Tompkins O. VV. VVagncr Blanche VVaterman Vic VVetzel Harold White J. A. VVinther :sas -1 , MIss ANNIE LAURIE BIRD 5 P U 7-, American History: Adviser of: Spiz Club, As- sembly Committee. College of Idaho. B. A.: Columbia University, M. A.: Reed College: University of Washington: University of Sou- thern California. MR. EARL D. BONI-IAM Economic Geography: Physics: Business Arith- metic: Boys' Tennis Coach. University of Oklahoma, B. A.: University of Washington: University of Idaho. MR. RAYMOND A. BROWN World History: Adviser of: Blu-N: Boys' Attendance, Assistant Athletic Coach, Baseball Coalch. College of Idaho, B. A.: University of Ida 0. MR. WEBSTER L. CALDWELL Algebra: Solid Geometry: Plane Geometry: Trigonometry: Adviser of: Junior Class, Stu- dent Employment Assistant, Bulldoggerettes' Basketball Coach. College of Idaho. B. A. MR. TRACY COKER Debate and Public Speaking: Short Stories: Economics: Sociology: Adviser of: Ride Club. Curia Club, Silver N, Debate. Wabash College, B. A.: University of Washington, M. A.: Stan- ford University. MR. W. D. DAVIDSON Algebra: Geometry: Adviser of: Senior Class. Rifle Club. College of Idaho, B. A.: University of Idaho. Miss GLENNIE DAY Short Stories: Modern Drama: Declamation: Plays: Adviser of: Girl Reserves, Thespians. Dakota Wesleyan University, B. A.: University of Washington. Miss EVELYN HAGELIN English II: Girls' Physical Education: Adviser of: Girls' Athletic Association, Girls' Tennis, Girl Reserve Publicity Committee. Wellesly College, B. A.: University of California, M. A. MR. ROBERT HOWARD World History: Sophomore Basketball Coach. Washington State College: University of Idaho: Northwest Nazarene College. Mlss E. ELOISE KENNEDY lg Vocabulary Building: Journalism I. 5 II: Remedial English II: Advisors of. Growl, National Honor Society, Quill Scroll. Linfield College, B. A. : University of lifornia: Lewiston State Normal: University of Wash- ington, M. A. MR. IAMES KEYES Agriculture: Adviser of: Agriculture Club, Boxing and Wrestling. University of Idaho, B.S. MR. JOHN P. KUSTER, IR. Bookkeeping I 6 II: Typing I: Explorer Scout Committeeman: Marching Director: Band Bus- iness Manager: Faculty Assistant. Linfeld College, B. S.: Univesity of Idaho: Kinman Business University. Mrss WINIPRED LA FOND French I E II: World History: Adviser of: French Club, Quill and Scroll. Sage. University of Idaho, B. A.: Alliance Francaise, Paris: College of Idaho. Miss MARY A. LucAs Librarian: Oral English: English Literature: Adviser of: Honor Society. University of Min- nesota, B. A.: University of Washington, B. M. MR. PAUL L. LUDLOW Chemistry: Adviser of: Radio Club, Camera Club, Science Club. Linfield College, B. A.: University of Washington: University of Cali- fornia: Utah State College: College of Idaho. MISS EDNA MINDEN Remedial English II: Contemporary Novel: Adviser of: Girl Reserves, Girls' Attendance. Whitman College: Lewiston Normal: University of Idaho, B. S.: Mills College. MRS. LUCY B. MORTON Biology. Adviser of: N. Y. A. and Girls' Employment. Albion Normal: College of Idaho. B. A.: University of Idaho. MISS IOSEPHINE PAYER Plane Geometry: Commercial Law: Adviser of : Science Club, Honor Society. Northwest Uni- versity, B. S.: University of Idaho. M. S. MR. K. BOYD REMLEY German I 8: II: Glee Clubs: Choral: Adviser of: German Club, A Cappella Choir. College of Idaho, B. A.: Colorado State Teachers' College. MR. ELMER C. ROBERTS Typing I 5 II: Steno. I 8: II: Faculty Manager of Student Activities: Student Council. Barnes School of Commerce: Denver University: Colo- rado State College of Education, A. B., M. A. MR. FRED RUIZ Spanish I 6 II: American Literature: Adviser of: Silver N. New Mexico State College, B. S.: giniversity of Notre Dame, J. D.: University of aho. MR. RONALD O. SMITI-I American History: World History: Adviser of: Sophomore Class. Curia Club. College nf Idaho, B. A.: University of Washington. Miss ROSA L. SMITH I atin I 8: II: Adviser of: S. P. Q. R., National Honor Society. I1ewiston.State Normal: Chicago iFE:'7i2fA'1"'i"eaE"f:f'?u'i'2lt:esPa.tp.. MR. LYLE M. STANFORD Biology I 6 II: Adviser of: Explorer Club. Sage Business Sponsor. College of Idaho, B. A.: University of Washington, M. S. MIss VIW'lAN STONE Art. University of Idaho: The Art Institute of Chicago, B. A. Miss LEONA TAYLOR Typing I: Business Principles: Adviser of: Sophomore Class, Girl Reserves. Linfield Coliege: University of Washington: Armstrong College. MR. ALBERT I. TOMPKINS Orchestra. Hahn-Sechwer: Cornell University: University of California. MR. O. W. WAGNER Beginning Manual Training: Advanced Manual Training: Mechanical Drawing: Sophomore Football. College of Idaho, B. A.: University of Washgon. 5 S I MISS BLANCHE ATERMAN Sewing I 6 II : Cooking I 6 II : Adviser of: Home Ec. Club, Girl Reserves. College of Idaho, A. B.: University of Wisconsin: Oregon State College. MR. VIC WETZEL Remedial English II: Boys' Physical Education: Track Coach: Assistant Athletic Coach. Univer- sity of Oregon. B. A.: University of Idaho: Columbia University, M. A.: University of Washington. MR. HAROLD WI-IITE Head Athletic Coach: Boys' Physical Education. Norghwestern University: University of Utah, B. . MR. I. A, WINTI-IER Band: Director of Music in Nampa Public Schools. Institute of Arts: Northwestern Con- servatory: McPhail School of Music, B. M.: Augsburg College. 1 I s 1 1 N N STUDENT COUNCW Fieltlimf Abbott, Student Holly lllfilllillll, The Student Council, student governing body of Nlmv H' l K 1 in igi School, consists of representatives elected by the student body ticket holders in each home room. To appoint an assembly committee is one of the duties of the council each year. Charles Robbins was selected as chairman, and Darlene Hickey, Frank Murphy and Carl Frahm, assistants of the assembly planning group. liach month, a senior boy is elected by the Student Council members to represent the high school at the Rotar Cl b. " ' ' y u This appointment enables the boy to hear interesting talks and to learn something of the workings of a modern service club. The followin S , Eu-rl! . ucxylu wi Jani! . 1 -xl Nm' -'dem vl hludu Vin-0-V""5l Qet'l'0l'ary - . 'nth ' L1lii'l4l"w John students were elected as Student Rotarians: W'ally Howard, Don Anderson, Carl Frahm, Fielding Abbott, Bob Simmons, Bill Mangum, Fred jordan and Charles Robbins. The most important variation the council instituted this year was spring election of student body officers. This constitutional change affords an opportunity for the officers to be elected in the spring and begin their official duties as soon as school convenes the next fall. Another obligation that these students have assumed for the past five years is the selection of yell duke and duchess. Those elected are representatives of the junior class and will serve in the offices of yell king and queen the following year. Stuart Heyser and Carol Vincent were chosen. The selections made by Miss Kennedy for Growl Staff positions and Miss La Fond and Mr. Stanford for Sage Staff positions are also subject to the approval of the council each year. Cleaning up the trophy case and keeping students off the lawn were among the projects sponsored in an effort to improve the appearance of Nampa High. An exclusive Student Council party was given at the suggestion of Fielding Abbott, president. The gala affair was held at the home of a fellow member, Frank Murphy. The party proved such a success that in the spring the governing body planned another social which was held at Lake Lowell. To show their appreciation of the help and cooperation received from Mr. Cowin, the council presented him with a lovely gift. The completion of these varied activities concluded a busy year for the Student Council members. f , 1 L K' 1 V! ff at ca fold. 'si 4- . -. . Q9 ,, Kwai 1? Top Row: C. Minden, W. Schey, V. Vogel, W. Howard, B. Simmons, R. Kilmer, W. Wittenberizer, E. DeCuursey, M. Boston, K. Squires. T. Gibson. Second Row: Mr. Cowin. R. Moore, D. Gray, J. Lalaande. J. Kuyama. E. Shaver. F. Abbott, J. Everly, S. Davis, T. Gladson, D. Day, J. Wilkerson. Bottom Row: H. Sites, F. Murphy. D. Hickey. R. Hussey, C. Fx-ahm, R. Yamamoto, L. Nakamura, C. lbpenhaver, C. Robbins. G. Keim, D. Lyons. SCHOOL BOARD The School Board has completed another year of accomplishments for the benefit of the Nampa School System. The following are the Nampa business men who! have done so much to improve the educational system in Nampa: W. S. Anderson, Chairman L. I. Hamilton B. G. Davies, Vin'-chairman H. E. Meyer W. H. Keim Edson Deal Among the changes in curriculum this year was the instituting of an agricultural course in Junior and Senior High School. A new bus system was also introduced by the school board this fall which has proved most efficient. 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'11 Nlgva . 4:v1ii?b:.l,X-.l:1. , q.!u,g,,lflv,'N f!':v..mtuM ix Nz: ,A 1: .V X - f - 4 Nj ff, x fg'w,,v.Em1, 2 A . -, ' , ', - .. M, , +. - -,i.f1"f-,,1,v.11f,.y , . .,.4-'wg-, g 'p 1' 'V 'i-1 3 .3 X Ve, fx., 1 ' W J ' ' k Q U EL5 .5 , , ., fl, ,W ,. L.. A ,. J., N , ,V , . Y A X . ,, - I M3 1 ,V . ,, , , .. . lk? ,., , Mg -M f, ., .f ..f,,. 4 M. , f -, ..,... w:,..4 if-2'-,4.:w-Z-2-:ffz. 'V ' 1 Mahi ,ifmjm nfs '10..,,,M"L- .Fa ,'+.Ef5??amw . wr Bw 'L' r f X 1 I i ' SENIOR CLASS llev Gray, Senior Class President, Graduation time for the Class of 1940 has arrived. Three years in Nampa High School have swiftly passed but each one has left a record of many successful accomplish- ments. Following the usual routine, the Sophomore Class held a meeting early in the fall of 1937 and selected crimson and gold as the class colors. During the same year a successful party was given, which replaced the customary dance. The junior year was not without its share of worthwhile activities. The class held three all-school dances on january 27, February 3 and March 24. In order to raise funds for the junior-Senior Prom, the Deanna Durbin picture, "Three Smart Girls Grow Up", was sponsored by the group. This project was under the A breiixleul of Sunni X ii , . Vive- ' i ' 'Ol f Bob MUM' leadership of Dee Gray, president, and was so successful that an exceptional prom was assured. This affair was held at the Masonic Temple, May 4, 1939, in an attractive Hawaiian setting, gay with beach umbrellas, tropical flowers, palms and modernistic lighting effects. Dee Gray was elected class president for 1939-40, having served in that same othce during his Junior year, Other oihcers chosen were: Bob Metzger, vice-president, Rina Yamamoto, secretaryg VC'ally Howard, treasurer, and Carl Minden, Senior representative. Ably assisting the group were Miss Edna Minden and Mr. Dean Davidson, advisers. Early in the year the decision was made to wear caps and gowns at the Baccalaureate and Commencement exercises. Living up to their motto, "Forward Alwaysn, many of the seniors interested them- selves in the various school activities by taking prominent places on the football, basket- ball, baseball and track teams as well as working on publications and music contests. The Senior Luncheon, one of the outstanding social functions of the year, was held May 21. A clever theme was carried out in decorations, favors and programs. Vance Vogel served as general chairman for this occasion. Working with him were O. Young, decorationsg Flora Bastida, program, Frances Togstad, menu, Willis johnson, finance: and Roberta Ord, place. This event together with the Prom, Baccalaureate and Commencement exercises concluded a busy spring and rounded out a well filled year. fl. 1...-if-f' Upper Left: Bob Simmons, chairman of the llm'kwa1'd llanee, with his est-ort, lVlilili'1-il Pzirkinson. Center: W'att-li the birdie or should we say Willis? Ulmer Right: An inl'in'm:4l shot of M2ll'Lf2ll'Ql Vail, Growl lililitor. l.oxver ln,-ft: Senior Luncheon discussion under the ilil'vt'llon of Vallee Vogiel, t-h:iil'm:ln. l,oxvei' Right: Kathleen Rionlzin zinil June Heilrich rest up he-lxvi-eil i-lzissi-s STOXVELL FIELDING ABBOTT Student Body Pres.: Soph. Class Pres.: Student Body Vice-Pres. : Student Council : Student Rotarian : German Club. Pres.: Mixed Chorus: Boys' Glee Club: Blu-N: Soph. Football: Varsity Football. Capt.: Soph. Basket- ball: Varsity Baskctball: Tennis: Sage Collector. MARVIN CECIL ADAMSON Radio Club: Rifle Club: Track: Caldwell High School. Cl,ll:'lfORD JAMES AGENBROAD Mixed Chorus: Boys' Glee Club: Band: llramatics: Soph. Football: Boxing and Wrestling. ROBERT JESS ALBER Latin Club: Track: Baseball: Caldwell High School. BETTY JANE ALCORN G. A. A. JACK FRANKLIN Al.l.l'QN French Club. DON CLYDE ANDERSON Student Council: German Club. Vice-Pres.: Blu N. Pres.: Sage. Sports Editor: Mixed Chorus: Boys' Glee Club: Soph. Basketball: Soph. Football: Varsity Foot- ball 2 Tennis. PILAR MARIE ANSOTEGUI Home Ee Club: Girls Reserves, TI-cas. MARGARET MAUGHAN ASHTON Spiz Club: Home Ec Club: Girl Reserves: Alhambra High School. BETTY BERDEEN BACKER Girl Reserves. Publicity Chairman: Girls' Glee Club. JACK BALDWIN Track: Golf. MAIKY ELIZABETH BAPTIST Growl, Girls' Sports Editor: Girl Reserves: Home Er Club, Pres. : French Club: Spiz Club: Tennis: G. A. A.. Trens. Quill!! Sgv-all HELEN MAIKIE BARNHART G. A. A.: Girl Reserves: Home Ee Club: Girls' Glee Club. FLORA VERONIA BASTIDA Student Council: Junior Class, Vice-Pres.: Spiz Club, Pres.: Home Ee Club: Girls' Glee Club. REGINA ANN BASTIDA G. A. A.: Home Ec Club: Girl Reserves: Girls' Glee Club: St. Teresa's Academy. FAYE MARY BEATY Declamationg llramatics: Orchestra: Tennis: Monroe High School. RUTH MAE BENNETT Camera Club: Curia Club: Silver N: Girl Reserves: Tennis: Dramatics: Debate: Declamation. JAMES WESLEY BETTS Explorer Club. OPAL LEE BETTS Girls' Glee Club: Girl Reserves: Latin Club. . 1,1 QALA- 'fy'-.'1.-.J - LEATRICE GERALDINE BLAIR Honor Society: Growl, Typist: Quill and Scroll. Vice- Pres.: Spiz Club: Girl Reserves, Treas.. Pres.: German Club: Dramatics: Thespians: Tennis: Home Ec Club: Debate. FRAN R BLECHA Frenf-h Club: Blu-N: AL: Club, Vice-Pres.: Varsity Football: Soph. Football: Track: Boxing and W1'est- ling. VERN EDWARD BOOTH Ag Club. DORA ALBERTA BRADBURN BIiSS'lli ALICE BRADY JUNE BROCRUS Girl Reserves. Service Committee Chairman: Latin Club: G. A. A.: Declamation. WILLIAM BROWN CATHERINE CALLEN Girl Reserves: Home Ee Club: Madison High School. XVILBIJR WESLEY CALLEN Madison High School. G. A. A.: Latin Club: ye... MARY ALICE CARLOW Silver N, Secy.-Treas.: Girl Reserves: G. A. A.: Der- lamation : Debate : Draniaties : STENA A. CARLSON Thespians. Sage Collector: G. A. A.: Red Oak High School. DORA CARTER Home Ee Club: Orchestra: Band, Secy.-Treas. ROLLIN LAVERN CHASE Sage Collector: Ileela-Imation: Debate: Ilraniatics: Thespians. VERNON G. COCHRANE Growl, Copy Editor: Latin Club: Boys' Glee Club. DONNA MAURINE COGDILL Alliance Hisrh School. MARIANN CRANE Student Cuncil: Junior Class. Glee Club: Spiz Club: Sane Home Ec Club: Girl Reserves KATHERINE ELSIE DAY Girl Reserves: Hammett High EMIJI' DL1COURS1iY Student Council: Blu-N: Latin ball: Baseball. WlLLliNl'. LAVERNE DICCKER Silver N: Girls' Glue Club. WAIQREN DICK ANITA LAURINE DOOLEY Honor Society: French Club: Secy.: Curia Club: Girls' Collector: Latin Club , Financial Chairman. School. I Club: Football: Basket- Girl Reserves: Girls' Glet Club: G. A. A.: lleclamation. VERLA LORRAINE ELLIOTT CHARLES ERENO Honor Society. ETHEL ROSE FIEDLER Latin Club: Spiz Club: Girls' Glee Club. ROBERT JOHN FISHER Science Club, Sgt.-at-Arms: French Club: Twin Fallu High School. HELEN FISK Silver N: Curia Club, Sgt-at-Arms: Thesywizms: Dec- lamatin : Band, Lilrarian : Orchestra: Pep Band: Dane: Orchestra, Secy.-Treas.: Sage, Mrsic Editor. CARL E. FRAHM Student Council: Student Rolarism: Blue-N: Band' Mixed Chorus: Football, Basketball, and Boxing and Wrestling, Manager. CHARLES FRONSDAHL Woodburn High School. WESLEY CARLYLE FRONSDAHL Radio Club: Woodburn High School. FRANCES Fox Home Ec Club: Girls' Glee Club. AARON DARREL FULCHER Curia Club: Ag Club, Pres.: Track. ALICE ELIZABETH GALLOWAY Girls' Glee Club: Idaho Falls High School. KEITH LESTER GEISLER Science Club: Band: Track. ELMER CURTIS GOODMAN Boys' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Soph. Football : Boxing and Wrestling. VIRGINIA MAE GRANT Girl Reserves: Home Ec Club. ELMER DEE GRAY ' Senior Class Pres.: Junior Class Pres.: Studcnt Coun- cil: Yell King: Sage Collector: Blu-N, Treas.: French Club. MILDRED ELSA GROSENBACK Mascot Consolidated High School. Student Council: Growl: Honor Society: Girl Reserves: STIQRL Vlc'l'oR GROW Student Counvil: Sago Coll0t't.or: Boys' Cleo Club! Mixed Chorus: Boxing and Wrestling. LADYS THILDA G NDY Honor Society: Quill and Scroll' rowl, Page Editor: Curia Club. Liaom MUliI1il.HADSAl.L ' Slviz Club: Latin Club: Girls' Glue Club: GQQGA. Q A 3 l 'l lfR1-pn ,l AMll.'l'ON n, 1 7 li f I PHYL1,is RUTH HAlilJlili G. A. A. ANNA MAE HARRELL Gorman Club: Girl Rescrvcs: Sayre, Typist, G11RAi.mNr4IuN1aHARRis Tennis: French Club, Trcas. : Stuclcnl Council: Splz Club: Los Angeles High School : Lum: Be:-ich High Svhool. Q , 1 - K -Ps LIQVHA LILLIAN HAR'fMAN ' Girl Reserves : Home Er' Club : Camera Club: Orchestra : X Girls' Glee Club: Band: Dance Orchestra, Manager. CYRI1. HATIflEl,D Wrestling. RICHARD HENRY HAYs Souh. Football: Varsity Football: Jr. Varsity Baskct- ball: Track: Air Club. MlililllliNE WILDA HAZl:lN KIUNIQ CATHERINE HHJRIQH Girl Reserves: French Club, Pres.: Sliiz Club: Girls' Cleo Club: Tennis: llrainatics: Thespians. SRTH HENDRY Mixed Chorus: Band. HAZEL VERLINE HENR1cRsoN Girl Reserves, Social Connnittee Chairman: Home Ev Club. Financial Chairman: Latin Club: Debate: Curia Club. FLOYD MARVIN HENRY Latin Club. MELVIN JAY HIGRS Radio Club: Science Club: Silver N. JEAN ELEANOR HINDES Girl Reserves. NAOMI M. HOBZA Growl, Page Editor: Quill and Scroll: Spiz Club Dramatics: Girls' Glee Club: Girl Reserves: Washimrl ton High School. BERNARD KYLE HOOVER Radio Club, Secy.: Bartley High School. ETHYLYNE A. HOSKINS Latin Club, Praetor: Silver N: Girl Reserves: G. A. A WALLACE EDWARD HOWARD Senior Class Treas.: Student Council: Student Rotar- ian: Blu-N: French Club. Vice-Pres.: Tennis: Solxh ball, Capt. ELAINE HOWELL X Debate: Girls' Glee Club. EVA ISABELLE HUPE Girls' Glee Club. VIVIENNE MAXINE HURST Silver N: Sage, Typist: G. A. A. LOGAN DOUGLAS HYSLOP, JR. Growl, Business Manager: Curia Club. Supreme Court Justice. GEORGE THOMAS IRGENS Track: Wrestling: Dramatics: Middleton High School. CARL ORVILLE IRISH Science Club: Curia Club, Pres.: Track. DAVID VALLOW ISGRIGG French Club. Football: Baseball: Soph. Basketball: Varsity Basketl ff 0 x. X l . ELMER WESLEY ISGRIGG Ag Club. HEYWARD W. JACK Blu-N: Varsity Football : Track: Baseball : French Club. JAMES A. JACOBSEN Mixed Chorus: Boys' Glee Club: Boys' Quartet: Double Mixed Quartet. KENNETH H. JENKINS Jr. Varsity Basketball: Varsity Football: Payette High School. EDWARD H. JOHN Growl. Sports Editor: Quill and Scroll: Band: Orches- tra: Sage Collector: Curia Club: Latin Club: Natoma High School. NOLAN JOHNSON Explorer Club. Vice-Pres.: Science Club: Tennis. WILLIS BRACE JOHNSON French Club. Program Chairman: Sage Collector: Sage Photographer: Double Mixed Quartet: Boys' Quartet: Mixed Chorus: Boys' Glee Club: Camera Club: Clayton High School. FRED J. JORDAN Sophomore Class Vice-Pres.: Student Rotarian: Soph. Football: Football Manager: Tennis: Blu-N: Boys' Glee Club: French Club. HELEN LOUISE JORGENSON Girl Reserves: G. A. A. HAROLD BRUCE KEIM Student Council: Sage Collector: Camera Club: Science Club, Vice-Pres.: Explorer Club: German Club. MARJORIE JOSEPHINE KEMP Girls' Glee Club: Sage, Typist : Band, Accountant: Sage, Collector. LAURENEF. B. KIMBROUGH LAURINE BERNICE KIMBROUGH Girls' Glee Club: Girl Reserves, Social Publicity Com- mittee. OSCAR R. KLEMENS Honor Society: Curia Club, Sgt.-at-Arms: German Club: Science Club. JOHN A. KNUTSON ANNA LILLIAN KOZACEK Honor Society: Sage, Typist: Girls' Glee Club. GEORGE EDWIN KRUEGER Golf. CHARLES Q. LAMM Boys' Glee Club. FRANK W. LEWIS Honor Society: Dance Orchestra. DONETA MAXINE LIVINGSTON Growl, Art: Spiz Club: Quill and Scroll: Latin Club Girl Reserves: Home Ec. MELVIN BALLARD LOVELAND Montpelier High School. ROSABELLE LUPTON Girls' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus. DALE C. LYONS Student Council: Blu-N: Boys' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Boxing and Wrestling: Baseball. REVA LYONS G. A. A. CHESTER MAIJSEN LUIS N. MALLITA WILLIAM FARRELL MANGUM Student Rotarian: French Club: Blu-N: Boys' Glee Club: Golf: Baseball: Soph. Football: Varsity Football, Soph. Basketball: Varsity Basketball. BETTY JEAN MARSH Girl Reserves! Home Ee: Spiz Club. ESTI-IER MARlI2 MARTENS Honor Society: Growl, Copy Editor. ILA MAE MARTIN Home Ec Club: G. A A RITA CLARINDA MARTINEAU Home Ee Club: G. A. A.: Girls' Glee Club. ORIJELLA LOUISE MQCARTY G. A. A. VIRGINIA LOUISE MCCLASKEY Honor Society: Sayre, Organization Editor: Growl. Make-up Editor: Caldwell High School. FLOYD W. MCCLINTICK Caldwell High School. RALPH CAR'l'ER MCCOLM Student Council: Honor Society: Silver N, Pres.: llramatics: Debate: lleclamation: Thespians: National Forensic League. JAMES MCINDOO Latin Club: Cowles High School. Ross R. MCKEETH Band: Football: Boxing: llramatics: King Hill High School. ELMI-:R CYRUS METzoER Estancia High School. ROBERT JAMES METZGER Senior Class, Vice-Pres.: Blu-N: Varsity Football: Baseball: Happy Valley High School. STEWARII NIIETZGER Varsity Football. BIe'I'TI' ELIZABETH MILLS Girl Reserves: Home Ec Club: Latin Club: Mixed Chorus: Girls' Glee Club. EDITH GRACE MILLS Chico High School. CARL S. MINDEN Student Council: Sayre Editor, Assistant Editor: Sage Collector: Honor Society, Pres. : Quill and Scroll. Secy. : Explorer Club. Vice-Pres.: Science Club: Latin Club. Senator: Orchestra, Treas.: Band, Pres., Vice-Pres.. Corporal: Sophomore Basketball: Senior Class Rep- resentative. VAN NELSON MOAD Student Council : Sage Collector : Band, Pres., Corporal : Rifle Club, Treas.: Baseball: Kokoma High School. EDWARD T. MONTE Track. ASTERA AUGUST MORGAN Girl Reserves: Home Ec Club: French Club: Spiz Club: Dramatics: Orchestra: Tennis Z Golf : Debate : Sage Collector: National Forensic League: Thespians. MAX LON MORROW Boxing and Wrestling: Ag Club: Bonanza High School. MAXINE FAYE MYERS G. A. A.: Home Ec Club. MASA NAKAMURA Honor Society, Secy.: Science Club, Vice-Pres.: Blu-N: iaseball. RUTI-I MERLIN NELSON G. A. A. JEAN ANN NEWLANDS Girls' Glee Club. PAUL C. NOLTE Sage Collector: Latin Club: Nazarene Academy. MAX J. NORQUIST Latin club. EMILY EDITH NYDEGGER German Club: Girl Reserves: Girls' Glcc Club. JOSEPH M. OBERST Sayre Collector: Camera Club: German Club: Sciencc Club: Explorer Club. ILA MARIE ODLE Growl, Production: Quill and Scroll: Girl Reserves: Home Ec Club: G. A. A.: Spiz Club: Girls' Glee Club. LJLI KIYOSHI OKUMOTO Ag Club. ROBER'fA PRISCILLA ORD Honor Society: French Club. Secy.: Thespians. Secy.: Silver N. LEAH L. OSTERMILLER German Club: G. A. A. Girls' Glee Club. 1 .ORENCE ROSE-TERESA OSTYN Latin Club: Declamation: G. A. A. BETTY LOUISE PARKER Student Council: Sophomore Class Vice-Pres.: Senior Class Sery.: Sage Collector: Spiz Club: Accompanist for Boys' Glee Club, Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus. Dance Orchestra, Boys' Quartet. Girls' Sextette: Home Ee Club. VIVIEN GENEVIEVE PASCOE Girl Reserves: G. A. A.: Rifle Club. VERNON GUY PATRICK Sage. Photographer: German Club: Band: Dance Orchestra: Caldwell High School RICHARD L. PENDLETON GEORGE ALLEN PERRY Blu-N: Soph. Basketball: Varsity Basketball: Track. PEGGY JANE PERRY G. A. A. MARY JANE PETTY Honor Society: Student Council: Sophomore Secy.: Junior Treas.: Yell Queen: Spiz Club, Vice-Pres.: Blu- N: Latin Club: Dramatics: Declamation: Home Ee Club: Girl Reserves: Girls' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Tennis: Golf. BETTY FRANK PIERsAI.I. Girl Reserves: Home Ec Club: Girls' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Girls' Sextette: Mixed Quartet: Caldwell High School. LUCILE MADLYN PORTER Girls' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus. GILBERT HONOR PROHASKA Band : Declamation. ORLAND REYNOLDS Explorer Club, Secy.-Treas.: Science Club Pies Ifatm Club. MINNIE NEOLA RICHESI Girl Reserves: Home E School. N c Club: Happy Valley High KATHLEEN ROSELIE RIORDAN French Club: Girl Reserves: Thespians Tleas Dramtics: Spiz Club: Girls' Glee Club Tennis Golf Home Ec Club ' ,. , 1 ' ,f I 1 . qiffL'Cf'vC,l1'1-Q-' -f Ll-0x Cfcx, FRANCES BERNICE RITTE R German Club: Gem State Academy CHARLES G. ROBBINS Student Council: Student Rotarnan Evcploiei Club Secy.-Treas., Pres.: Sag Club: Camera Club. e. Business Manager German DONALD BLAINE ROBERTSON Sage, Photographer: Sage Collectoi Cxowl Business Manager: Quill and Scroll: Explorel Club Science Club: Curia Club: Photo Bugs, Pres AILEEN GENEVA ROBINSON Honor Society: G. A. A.. Pres. JERRY P. RODWELL Growl, Cartoonistz Soph. Football Valslty Football Soph Basketball: Varsity Basketball T1 ack Golf ROBERT J. ROTH German Club: Rifle Cl ROBERT DOYLE SALE Silver N: Dramatics: C RUDOLPH JOE SALEK Honor Society. EDWARD A. SANDERSON Blu-N: Varsity Football. NINA SANDERSON Girl Reserves: G. A. A. DONNA BELLE SHROLL ub: Varsity Football uria Club Home Ee Club: G. A. A. WALDO WALLACE SI-IADDY Blu-N: Varsity Football: Boxing: and Wrestling: 'l'l'ark: Happy Valley High Svhool. AIAMES ALBERT SILKWOOD Honor Society: Explorer Club, Pres.: Debate: Boxing and Wrestling: Track. PEGGY ELOISE SIM MONS Girl Reserves: Home E0 Club: G. A. A. : Sayre Col- lector : GiI'ls' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Spiz Club: Golf : Tennis: West Hiirh School. ROBERT JAMES SIMMONS Student Cuncil: Student Rotarian: Mixed Chorus: Blu-N: Soph. Football: Varsity Football: Sopb. Basket- ball: Varsity Basketball. CI.AUDIA GRACE SMITH Double Sextette: Girls' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Silver N: Latin Club: G. A. A. RICHARD EDISON PAGE SMITH Solrh. Basketball: TI'uI'k: Boxing: :Intl Wrestling. Lois MARVEE SNYDER Science Club: Silver N: Latin Club, Secy.: Home Ee Club: Girl Reserves: Orchestra: String: Quartet. PEARL ANN SPARKS Curia Club: Girls' Glee Club: Spiz Club: Tennis. MILIJRED L. SPENCER Latin Club: Silver N: Girls' Glee Club. RAY W. SQUIRES CARI- ELMER STEWART Jr. Varsity Basketball: Track. EUNICE IRENE STROM G. A. A.: Home Ee Club: Girl Reserves: Girls' Glee Club: Randolph High School: Honor Society. HERCYNIA D. SUSEWIND German Club: Rifle Club. BELVA ILEEN SVEDIN GiI'l Reserves. NORMAN D. TARTER Boxing and Wrestling: Kuna High School. BELVA LA VINA TAYLOR Band: Caldwell High School. DONNA JEAN TAYLOR Burns High School. ECHO THOMPSON Home Ec Club: Girls' Glee Club: G. A. A. FRANCES ZATHO TOGSTAD Camera Club: Orchestra: String: Quartet: Spiz Club: Latin Club. Pres.: Home Ea- Club: Girl Reserves: Tennis. DORIS LUCILLE TONKINSON Geneva High School BENNETT EDWIN TWITCHELL French Club: Science Club. MARGARET H. VAIL Student Council: D. A. R. representative: Growl, Editor-in-Chief: Quill and Scroll: Sniz Club, Finance Committee: Girl Reserves: Girls' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus. Secy.: Photobugs. Secy.-Treas. EARL RAYMOND VAN HOUTEN Soph. Football: Varsity Football: Track. VANCE VICTOR VOGEL Student Council: Sage Collector: Silver N: Radio Club, Secy., Pres.: German Club: Dsbatie: Boys' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Track. CHARLOTTE AMANDA WAGLE G. A. A.: Valley City State Teachers College. MARY FERN WATSON Girls' Glee Club. DENNIS R. WEAVER Science Club: Curia Club. NORMA KATHLEEN WEAVER Honor Society: Sage, Assistant Business Manager? Valedictforian. ARMENTA THELMA WESTBROOK Spiz Club: Livimrston High School. SAMMY WHITE Happy Valley High School. IDOROTHY NAOMI WILLIAMS Girl Reserves: Debate: Parma High School. Ll-QONARD WILLIAMS Student Council : Blu-N : Soph. Basketball : Varsity Basketball : Soph, Football : Varsity Football: Sage Col- lector: Tennis: Track. DOROTHA WILLIS latin Club: Soph. Basketball : Girls' Glee Club: Tribbey High School. MILIIRED L. WILSON G. A. A.: Melba High School. FRANK DAVID WITMER Dramatic:-I: Track: Explorer Club. VERNON LEEMONT Woon Explorer Club: Science Club: Soph. Football: Varsity Football: Track: French Club. EI.I,Iass GARTEN WRIGHT Latin Club: Track. RINA R. YAMAMOTO Honor Society. Vice-Pres.: Sophomore Class Pres.: Senior Class Secy.: Student. Council: Growl. Assistant Editor: Spiz Club. Secy.-Treas.: Quill and Scroll: Girl Reserves: G. A. A.: Home Ec Club. LI. O. YOUNG Growl, Make-up Editor: Thespians, Pres.: New Mea- dows High School. Mfwo W. YOUNG Mixed Chorus: Boys' Glce Club. IiSSlli MARIE ZIEGLER French Club: Girl Reserves. Service Chairman: G.A.A. VALEDICTGRIAN AND V SALUTATORIAN Norma Weaver Esther Martens DONALD EUGENE ASHCRAFT HAROLD BENJAMIN KLEIER Band: 0l'Ch9Stl'?l, Manager: Weiser High School. RUBEN PAUL ASUMENDI Mountain Home High School. DALE LAWRENCE MAURIGE DEVON BEER RUTH MARIE OLIVER Latin Club: Boxing and VVresllimr: Track. Bufley Hllfh Dchool- IJOROTHY JEAN PARKE KFNNETH CLAY BELL Latin Club: G. A. A. Radio Club: Boxing and Wresllinyrz Busc- ball: Caldwell High School. EDWARD WILLIAM SEADSCHLAG Garden County High School: Payette High DOROTHY BURKHOLDER School. Girl Reserves: Home Ee Club: Latin Club: Girls' Glee Club. DOUGLAS H. SEAL Ay.: Club: Raleigh High School. KENNETH K. CASE Track' Boxing and Wrewtlingx- Emmett High School: A ' ' MARVIN RAY SIMPSON Boxing and Wrestling. HELEN EAGLES Rupert High Sch,,,,,- XVILLIAM LEROY SQUIRES SYLVAN JEPPESEN .IAGR IJONAILD STUART Debate: Rifle Club: Monro High School : Boxing and Wrestling: Garhelsl High School. Mackay High School, Cl,AllA EVELYN TAYLOR EDITH LAVONNE KINCMD Mililani-1-in High sf-mil: callin-Y-11 High Nazarene Academy. School. Juni JUNIOR CLASS or LaLnnde, Junior Class President The responsibility for several important events rests with the Junior Class. Witli this in mind the juniors hastened to organize, elect ofiicers and formulate plans for the future. junior LaLande was selected as president, Darleene Hickey as vice-president, and Betty Hussey as secretary-treasurer. john Christenson was elected to serve as vice-president of the Student Body. Realizing enough money to put on :i successful prom is one of the main problems of the class. in order to stimulate the payment of dues a prize was offered to the home room collecting the most money before Thanksgiving. Members of Mr. Bonl'mm's room were the winners and received a large box of candy. Hu-Sgeyi . . Be'-W . . Clash' . f -W""'T . ., '-esuiem 0 . f sufe' i eng- Hickey' Vice Z-ieex'6WU'y'TieA Um' e I The next money-making venture was the sponsorship of a double-feature movie, "Congo Maisie" and "Honeymoon Deferred." In the spring the class sold chances on a gold class ring. As a result of these projects the class was able to give an attractive prom. May 10, 1940 was the date of the event, which was held at the Masonic Temple. A Dutch motif was carried out in the decorations and programs, the attractive panels depicting boys and girls in colorful traditional costumes, the carts of flowers and huge tulips. At one end of the hall a quaint garden was represented with the usual Dutch windmill. A color scheme of blue and magenta predominated. The grand march was led by Dee Gray and junior Lalsande with their respective dates. The Juniors gave one other dance December 15, 1939, at the close of a basketball game. Lewis Roberts was in charge of this affair at which a large number of students attended. Members of the class of '41 were represented in all of the major activities of the school, making a creditable showing in each department. As their final contribution of the year, the juniors took charge of the decorations for both the Baccalaureate and Commencement exercises. r 'J if at Upper Left: Just a few Juniors with nothing to do. Upper Right.: Today's the dead line! Lower Left: Don, Mcrvin, Ks-nnethn tomm'i'ow's physicists. Lower Right: Two boys, a girl and a book- -studying? Gwen Agenbroad Norma Aldous Marjorie Allen Roy Anderson Edith Antrim Boh Arensberg Leonard Aschenbrener Edna Ash Katherine Ayers Mary Alice Ayers Wzirren Baker Doris Ballaine Kathryn Barbee Barbara Barger Faye Barrett Irene Bell lack Berry Bonita Betts Larry Blakeslee Velma Blickenstaff l'1dwarCl Bonham Lela Book Nona Bradley Cecil Bridges Cladene Brown Wilbiir Brown Charlie Bunker Clair Bush Clarene Cail Alma Carlson lane Carson Alta Carter Clara Mae Carter Douglas Carter lVlargaret Carter Marie Carter liunice Cearley Iohnny Chacartegui Ruth Chapman Avis Chappell Arthur Chase Helen Chase Iohn Christenson Howard Clark Willa Cole Eva Conner Cynthia Copenhavcr Anne Cramer Eldora Crill Frances Croy Don Crull Val Cupp lack Dick Betty Dillon Ellice Dimick Phyllis Dinwiddie Colleene Dodge Bob Dominick Marcella Dostal Sylvia Dowdlc Dorothy Downey Elaine Dreher Evelyn Duncan Vera Dunn Odessa Duspiva Darlene Dyas Leland Edwards lack Elliott Hazel Engelhardt George Evans Mary Lou Farmer lean Ferguson Constance Fleming Esther Fobes Esther Foust Lou Ava Fowler Catherine Fronsdahl less Garmendia Fern Garrison Walter Garrity Lyle Geisler liileen Gibson Tommy Gibson Fairy Giese Leroy Gilbert l1ll Gillen Pauline Ginder Bob Gossett Bob Gould Betty Gowen Chester Gray Norma Greenfield Ruth Gregg Raymond Grosso Wzirrine Gundy Kenneth Gunning Richard Gunning Carl Hall Georgia Hart Alan Harvey Dorthy Hasselbring Crval Helwege Esther Henrickson Iuanita Herald Oneta Herald Stuart Heyser Darleene Hickey George Hiemstra Williain Hilty Matilda Hroza lean Hunsaker Betty Hunter Bill Hunter Betty Hussey Clifford Iolinson Rosabell Iohnson Virginia Iohnson Betty lane Iones Hazel Iories Magaret Kalausek Craig Keffer Ianet Keiser lean Kelley Betty Killion Reid Kilmer Fern King Alice Knight George Koyama Cloyd Krebs lunior La Laude George Laub Blanche Lawrence Ted Lewis Shirley Lyons Lillian Mach Barbara Manning Catherine McAnulty Don McLellan Carolyn McClure lim Miller Dick Morris Frank Murphy Mervin Nafziger Helen Nelson Rhea Nelson Morgan Newby Betty Newland Iune Newman Albert O'Brien Theo O'Dell Rose Okumoto Evona Ord Gayle Parkinson Mildred Parkinson Alfred Pattison Arlin Pendleton Bill Penzien Imogene Perry Lavona Pipher Helen Pope Bill llrater Bud Price Nlarjorie Pryor Martha Rau Doyle Rich Ioyce Riddleharger Goldie Ritter Lewis Roberts Virginia Rusky VVanda Sanderson Aileen Sasenhery Margaret Schey Eugene Seele Lavaun Seitz Edward Shaver Leo Simmons Edna Sloat Alma Smith Don Smith Donna Lee Smith liugene Smith Helen Smith VVarren Snyder Floyd Spencer lVlary Spurlock Russel Stanley Charlotte Steele Bill Stewart VValter Stewart Conrad Stickney George Stoops Iulie Swayne Duane Tarter Alineta Thiel lfdwin Thiel lVlaryin Trask Dick Tyler VVaneta Udovick lilsie lwarie Ulrich lfuqene Vance Hurbert Vauk Carol Vincent Genevieve Wakefield Vera Wakefield Glen Weaver Margaret Weaver Raymond Weaver Lois Westbrook Doyle Whitted Lee Wickham I. W. Wilkey Bill Winter Kenneth Winther Mabel Wirth Ralph Wissel Wilma Wittenberger Ellsworth Woodford Derald Wright Mae Yamamoto Iune Young SOPHOMORE CLASS Iliek llziy. Sopliomnre Class Presiilenl ln the fall of 1939 y-J ent iusiastie Sophomores entered Nampa High School. The selection of class ollicers was the first consideration of the group. A cheek of the ballots indicated that Dick Day would serve as president, Sumner Johnson as vice-president, Georgia Vogel as secretary, and Bert Alepson as treasurer. Miss Leona Taylor and Mr. Ronald Smith served as their advisers. two hundred ninet six l ' Members of this class have displayed a keen interest in all school activities, getting off to a good start during the football season. George Hillman, a member of the team, showed outstanding ability and was placed on the Varsit y squad. . Ti'eaSxxl'l'l u. . A Bert Jellw 1 -eta! Y ' Vogel. 590 Q - , 1 . pgia the Qyophomnrfi Claw' Gm . , -dem, of ' . ViC9'P'eSl Johnhfm' Sumner When winter ushered in the basketball season the Sophomores continued to demon- strate a fine spirit. The team won the majority of its games and placed one of its number, Reid Faylor, on the Varsity hoopsters. Scholastically this class has maintained a good average quota of honor roll students. Topping this group of outstanding students were Shirley Davis and Betty Parks, each of whom has never received fewer than four Als during the entire year. Debate teams, clubs and organizations, band and orchestra, and the numerous vocal groups of the school all had a Sophomore representation. The outstanding social event of the year was a combination party and dance held at the High School, March 29. The class colors of blue and gold were effectively used in the decorations of streamers and balloons. Reid Faylor, general chairman, and his com- mittees were responsible for the succeess of the affair. Committee appointments were: Music, George Schwartz, decorations, Mary Jane Lloyd, Richard Minden, and Jacquelyne Everlyg chaperones, Georgia Vogel, clean-up, Bill Ean and Junior McCall. The flower selected by this class was the rose and the motto, "While We Live, Let Us Live." Upper Left: Duck. It's llick. Lower Left: Five little SOl7ll0lT10l'9'S and how they yrrew. Upper Right: The S0llh0lN0l'9S blossom out with a shindiiz. Lower Right: Nothing like a yroorl mir-mst-olw for the serious minded. L. Airnwt II. All:-n H. Allen W Antrim M. Aschcnhrvnvl P. Ashton C, Baker R. Barxrvr B. Boaty S. Bennett B. L. Betts I". Blaise I.. Blickonstalf V. Booth M. Boston W Brady I.. Brown Ii. Brown J. Bum-hanan It. Buvtho H. tihitwootl V. Cline IJ. Cochrane B. Coirdill W Compton T. Colnstuck E. Cook E. Cooke II. Cowin R. Cranuur A. Grill A. CllIlII!lilII1'S C, Daniel E. Ilarr Ii. Davis L. Davis 5. Davis II. Day R. Iletfoursf-y B. Dirk II. Ilonalt L. Ilossvtt F. Ihmn B. Ran M East W. Edm:-wk B. 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Ei' nw. 4.'f1'i 53? E 35 r 14 F! ,F MS. x 5 F li E. Q 51' 3, i 1 E fi u k. fi Z, X Q 6 E ,, 'fs ,. .. E Z! fi L. P5 fi w S 5' 53 2 M' 4 mm-.mm 11.1, L, M, -A 1, - -nu..--I -1. ml .1 ,mmnu-m:,L.---mama-yy.-gm. .. . mf . - V 1, F 1-v,-umm-numn 11 1, ,fm.wn.n.-ummw-W-n .. Wu-. ,, Q . . .n...mfm.-nf n-nnvnm-.ffunmnmummfw .. VARSITY FOCDTBALL On September fifth the Bulldog grid squad, under the leadership of Coach Harold White and Captain Fielding Abbott plus a nucleus of several letter men, began practice for the heaviest schedule in Nampa's football history. The home-gridders pushed the Baker Bulldogs over in the first tilt of the seasong score 32 to 0. ln this game Don Anderson was chosen by the squad as the most valuable player. Witli one win over a team which was slated to upset everything in their league, the Bulldogs met the traveling squad sent out by Hill Military Academy in the feature event of the "Nampa Trade Days." The boys came out of the battle with a score of 27 to 0. Leonard Williams was chosen the most valuable player. Because of the lack of players St. -Ioseph's Academy from Boise was forced to forfeit its game. The Bulldogs next traveled to Idaho Falls, where, in a heavy rain storm, the Tigers lcd throughout the first three periods, only to be defeated in the fourth by the Canines with a count of 6 to 2. Bob Metzger received the honor of being chosen the most valuable player. Returning from their first conference battle, the home team again took to the road, journeying to the northern part of the state to lock horns with the P: .4-all t 'ln K , fx . 1 Q' Y l YL X 14. I .X 3 obxbvx A Y Top Row: B. Metzger, J. Christe so . E. DeCoursey. B. Mamzum. B. Simmons Bottom Row: J. LaLande, B. Stem' 1, F. Abbott, D. Anderson. L. Williams. .xy f Y FI' Left: "Satchel" Van De Grift knew Boise didn't have a chance. Upper Right: A crucial moment in the Boise game with DeCoui'sey :racking the pigskin. Lower Right: Nampa Band forms the initials of dear old "Alma Mater." Bottom Row: W. Shaddy. F. Blecha. E. Sanderson, R. Moore, G. Hillman, C. Bridges. Lewiston Bengals in an intersectional meet. Here the Bulldogs tallied another victory and brought home a 31 to 0 win with Bob Simmons carrying the ribbons. Coach White's team now settled down to hard work in order to meet the powerful Pocatello Indians, the only remaining opponent in the Big Six Confer- ence. The game finished in a 0 to 0 tie with Captain Abbott as outstanding player. The Bulldogs faced their sixth skirmish with the undefeated La Grande, Oregon, eleven and placed a sixth consecutive win in the Bulldog record book. George Hillman was included on the valuable player list. The Caldwell Cougars were gunning for the Bulldogs' skins in the annual Armistice Day skirmishg however, the Nampa squad gained a 16 to 15 victory with the help of John Christenson's outstanding playing. The first defeat of the season was experienced when the home team met the Bruins at Twin Falls. Frank Blecha showed some excellent work in this fray. Still Boise Valley champs, the Bulldogs came to their last hurdle with their old foe, Boise. The usual rivalry prevailed as the two teams clashed in the I K l Yell leaulers slum'-oil' 1l,oii' slulf and their smiles. traditional "Turkey Day" classic. After being badly beaten, the Braves went back to the reservation hiding the score of 16 to 6. Bill Mangum was acclaimed best player for the day. Witli Ll successful season behind them the Bulldogs hung up their game suits, tucked seven wins, one tie, and one loss under their belts and started looking forward to the 1940 season with john Christenson, captain, to lead them on to victory. a L M . N f' 4... Top Row: Coach White. C. Frahm. W. Hunter. li. Jenkins. J. Roilwvll, A. Chase. l". Svohlak E. Thiel, F. Jordan. Mr. Brown. Mr. Wetzel. Sc-vond Row: W. Stewart, B. Penzien. G. Heinnstra. H. Jack. lf. Murpliy, R. Kilmer. L. Asehen l1l'vl1i'l', 'l'. Gibson, R. Ruth, V, Woml. W. Gnl'l'i1y, VV. Snyder. , K Third Row: ll. Rim-li, I.. Williams, J. Lallzxnile, R. Moore. ILY-F1i'n'sni1. lf. lllevlm, ll. Mmigum G. Hillman, R. Hays. li. Stewart, A. Gardner. Holton: Row: I". Abbott., R. Simmons, J. Clirislulismx. IC. lk-Cuiirsuy, ll. Melzm-r, li. Sanalerson W. Shzuldy, II. Clark, C. liridires, S. MCLZl.Z0l', C. Bunker. on ng Top Row: B. Peterson, D. Vincent, B. Tulis, B. Felts, W. Howard, T. Comstock, B. Edmark, H. Sites. C. Girdner, C. Tullis, R. Patterson, R. Brown. A. Haney, G. Barnhart Second Row: J. McCall, B. Gussey, S. Johnson, R. Faylor, K. Peterson, G. Rodwell, E. Wood, C. Flora. W. Grant. M. Johnson. V. Cupp, H. Mackey. Bottom Row: Mr. Wagner, D. Day, B. Jepson, B. Hanson, G. Keim, J. Bates, B. Hurst, R. DeCoursey, J. VVilkerson, W. Antrim, Mr. Howard. SOPI-I-FROSI-I FOOTBALL "The Bullpupsv, future Varsity players, pushed their way forward through a five game schedule. Otto Wagner and Bob Howard were on hand to help the squad develop into a winning team. The forty-five sturdy players who turned out at the beginning of the season slowly dwindled down to thirty-five capable Bullpups. After several weeks of hard work on fundamentals and scrimmage, the Bull- pups were ready to face their gridiron battle with Meridian. It was a practice game, but the home team was victorious, 13-0. The junior canines' next contest was with the Wilder Varsity, who proved an even match for them. The game nnished in a scoreless tie. The Bullpups trained intensively to meet their next opponents, the Kuna Varsity. While their efforts were not recorded in the score, they put up a game fight. Charging back from their first defeat, the Builpups played the Caldwell Kittens, battling through four quarters to a win of 13-0. In the return game, the Caldwell Kittens were more determined and held the young Bulldogs to a 6-6 tie. Boise, the old traditional gridiron enemy, was the foe for the final encounter of the year. Unlike their big brother, the Bullpups lost in a Herce battle. Boise chalked up a score of 13-O. The season was concluded with nineteen freshmen and sophomores, captained by Sumner Johnson, receiving letters. At the letter awarding assembly, the squad presented its coach, Otto Wagner, with a plaque in appreciation of his help. VARSITY BASKETBALL With a nucleus of six lettermen to start the 1940 basketball season, Coach Harold A. White pushed into his schedule with what appeared to the majority of the fans, to be an unbeatable team. The quintet started out with a losing streak, but, undaunted, the boys battled determinedly and improved as the season Went on winning three out of four games from Boise and two out of three from Caldwell. The Bulldogs displayed sportsmanship and cooperation throughout the entire season. The team took two long barnstorming trips. The first led west into Oregon where they played Vale, Baker, La Grande and Ontario. The powerful Oregon teams proved too much for the Bulldogs who suffered defeats in each of these games. The second trip was eastward where they played Mountain Home, Pocatello, Idaho Falls and Twin Falls. Prospects looked good when they defeated their first opponent, Mountain Home. This proved to be their lone success as they dropped the remaining games. Now all eyes turned to the Southwestern Idaho Class A Basketball Tournament where Nampa played Payette the First night and won. The following night they downed Weiser. The tables were turned when the Bulldogs met Boise for the third time of the year. This time it was Boise's victory. The fourth night Nampa and Caldwell tussled before a capacity crowd in the Caldwell gymnasium in an elimination contest. Both teams played excellent ball but Caldwell chalked up a win edging Nampa out of the running. In a preliminary game the final night of the tournament came Nampa's turn to even her score with Boise's Braves. During the season the Bulldogs won 14 games and lost 18. While the season closed with fewer than the desired number of victories, the team displayed a "fighting spirit" down to the final gun. Wally Howard was chosen captain for the year and was also picked by HKFXDH as the captain of the Class "A" tournament team. Those who received letters were: Wally Howard, Reid Faylor, Howard Clark, Fielding Abbott, Iohn Christenson. Allen Perry, Leonard Williams, Albert Gardner. Emet DeCoursey and Leo Simmons. Nampa 26-Ontario 35 Nampa 15-La Grande 35 Nampa 26-La Grande 3 Nampa 16-Vale 29 Nampa 22-Ontario 28 Nampa 18-Elk River 21 X Nampa 26-Baker 27 Nampa 14-Baker 16 Nampa 31-Middleton 4 ' fl' 5 ll 1 I Top Row: C. Frahm, E. DeCoursey. L. Simmons. A. Perry, L. Williams, Mr. White. Bottom Row: J. Christenson. W. Howard, H. Clark, A. Gardner. F. Abbott, R. Fnylor. Q Y 3 ', 'fa p nf 4 Sis 1 K 'iw li' QT z I .k-'kL W ll 1 I V 5 , 3 ' . -. ,, , V 5.5 it J - ,. ...Q ' 'V Tun Row Hmvalwl. L. Williams. R. Faylur, L. Simmons, J. Chrislenson Holman Row' A. Garclnor. A. Perry, E. Ik-Coursey. l". Abbott. H. Clark. Nampa Mt. Home 22 Nampa 21-Mt. Home I9 Nampa 24-Middleton 21 Nampa 15--Emmett I7 Nampa I9-Pocatello 20 Nampa Zl-Boise 18 Nampa 27--Boise 21 Nampa 24-Twin Falls 29 Nampa I6-Twin Falls 30 Nampa 23--Meridian 21 Nampa 38-Meridian 26 Nampa 23-Vale 49 Nampa 19---Pocatello 29 Nampa 20-Caldwell I8 Nampa 37iCaldwell 23 Nampa Emmett 21 Nampa 25aIdal'1o Falls 23 Ieft: Clark shoots for a basket in Twin Falls game Right: A deciding jump as the Elk River and Nampa squads tangle. F1 'W JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL With only ten positions open on the Varsity squad many of the players who turned out were placed on the Jr. Varsity basketball team. These boys played a 10 game schedule, winning three of the ten, but in most instances they ran up against varsity squads from outlying towns. There are always a few from the Jr. Varsity who make the Bulldog squad in the same year while the remaining boys must wait a whole year for their chance. The jr. Varsity team was coached bv Pat Brown, who worked hard to prepare these boys for next year's "honor" team. Nampa 17-Nazarene Academy 8 Nampa 22-Wilder 24 Nampa 29-Wilder 22 Nampa 18-Greenleaf Academy 16 Nampa 16-Caldwell 15 Nampa 18-Caldwell 19 Nampa 22-Nazarene Academy 29 Nampa 12-Boise Soph. 32 Nampa 18-Greenleaf Academy 25 Nampa 20--Boise Soph. 45 Top Row: J. Berry, W. Garrity. J. Lalaande, J. Miller, G. Koyama, Mr. Brown. Bottom Row: C. Bridges. H. Vauk. G. Hillman, C. Bunker, M. Nafziger, G. Kincaid. Top Row: E. Wood, J. Wilkerson, B. Jepson, D. Eldridge, G. Tullis, G. Keim, C. Palmer, R. Patterson, J. Koyama. Mr. Howard. Bottom Row: W. Antrim, C. Girdner. C. Fuson, H. Mackey, H. Seitz, C. Flora, D. Day, S. Johnson. SOP!-IOMCDRE BASKETBALL Winning eleven games of a scheduled thirteen, the Bullpups have built up an enviable record. Twenty-seven candidates turned out to begin the season, but that number later dwindled to seventeen. Bob Howard coached this successful team and Dick Day acted as their captain. Several of the boys were outstanding enough to be considered as probable material for next year's Varsity. Harold Sites, Dick Day, Clair among this number. Each member of the team contributed his share to necessary in chalking up victories. Nampa Nampa Nampa Nampa Nampa Nampa Nampa 32-Marsing 14 21-Melba 18 17-Emmett 12 31-Meridian 20 13-Emmett l 1 34-Meridian 10 3 2-Caldwell 20 Nampa Nampa Nampa Nampa Nampa Nampa Fuson and Howard Mackey are the cooperation and team work 3 3--Star 14 49-Middleton 4 17-Boise 36 16-Nazarene High 17 32-Nampa Frosh 12 29-Caldwell 16 4 BASEBALL The revival of professional baseball in the State of Idaho has led to consider- able activity on the various high school diamonds. It is here that many profes- sional baseball players receive their first training. ' api-25 Pat Brown has been baseball coach for the last three years in Nampa and has put several winning teams in the high school competitive held. Twelve lettermen were back from last yearis baseball team to help make a 'Q' -t new championship ball club. Ol this number many will return next year, and il F' :T n XC 2. c C 'U F? C r: 2 'U n C H Q.: 2. C 5 Ya PY LT' 0 ri U- rs 5 O Q.. nu ra 'Y F7 :- O 'Fm U' as CD r: U' za I 3 r-J 2.2 F? ra 2. :L E, .gf -.- The Nampa, Boise, Caldwell and Meridian teams decided to hold a Class-A Snake River Baseball Conference. This conference was played off in a round robing each team playing every other team in the conference. Nampa won the first half of this conference by defeating every one of its opponents. Baseball is a leader among spring sports and seems to be growing more popular each year at Nampa High School. 'ff Top Row: Mr. Brown. F. Frahm, E. Wood. H. Sites. F. Mt-Clintiek. J. Kuyama, R. Roth. R. Patter- son, E. This-I, L. Wiekham. Il. Eldridge. r Seeond Row: S. Johnson. V. Mosul, M. Nzikamura. G. Koyama, ll. Day, B. Simmons. R. Kilmer. 'l'. Haltom, J. Wilkerson. Ml'. Howard. liuttom Row: W, How:u'1l, C. Hi'i1lg'vs, H. Mvtmrer, 'I'. Gibson, W. Garrity, J. l'lu'istt-nson. li. Mamrum, F. Murphy, ll. Lyons. R. Faylor, H. Ih-Cotlrsey. N. AQQA-A- A---4--A Top Row: C. Fuson, B. Jepson, R. Sanderson, R. Brown, B. Ekstein, M. Johnson, K. McClenahan, L. Airmet, J. McCall, J. Perry, H. Hoyvson, E. Fujii, T. Irgens, D. Harris. C. Palmer, G. Dettwn. Second Row: J. Berry, R. Palmer, E. Smith, H. Vauk, K. Geisler, E. Steele, R. Hays, W. Baker. W. Hilty. C. Wintrode, J. Rodwell, O. Ayxenlrozid, M. Adamson. T- Assrervbrener, G. Harltert, H. Clark. Bottom Row: Mr. Wetzel. K. Case, E. Wright, F. Hirks, G. Heimstra, D. Rich. G. Orcutt, M. Trask, V. Wood, H. Mackey, C. Flora, W. Kinne, F. Spencer. H. Fobes, A. Haney. TRACK With an exceptionally large turn-out for track the 1940 season opened with most promising prospects. Early in the season four boys had met the requirements necessary to become lettermen. They were: Richard Smith, Charles Bunker, Howard Clark and Clair Fuson. One first place in a meet or a total of six points is needed in order to earn a letter. The Hrst meet was held in Nampa, April 12, with squads from Meridian, Nampa and Melba competing. Melba carried off the honors. April 18 and 19, Caldwell's team scored a 73-54 victory in a two-day cinder meet held in Caldwell. Clair Fuson was Nampa's outstanding man, taking first place in both the pole vault and broad jump events. A tri-school meet was held on May 4, at Boise with entrants from Nampa, Boise and Caldwell. At intervals of two weeks, there followed the sub-district, district and state meets. Vic Wetzel coached the Nampa group and by the end of the season had developed several lettermen. I BOXING AND WRESTLING Starting out with a heavy schedule, the grunt and groan artists of Nampa High School tugged and poked their way through a successful season. The 24 boxers and 11 wrestlers showed great initiative and determination. The boys were coached by Mr. Keyes, who is a new coach and teacher in Nampa High School. Almost all boxing and wrestling material was new and inexperienced and combatted with many veteran opponents. In spite of this handicap, the boxers won 23 matches and scored 12 draws. There were also 20 exhibition matches. The wrestlers finished a series of 4 meets with Payette and Vale with six wins and l4 draws. Une of the boys, Dean Allen, participated in all matches held, both boxing and wrestling. They sparred with Mountain Home twice, and two times with Emmett, followed by two scheduled bouts with Homedale. The wrestling squad tussled twice with Vale and Payette. Prospects for next year are very good as many of the boys who participated this year will be back for another year on the mat and in the ring. fe,- Tup Row: Mr. Keyes, G. Laub. C. Aztenhroail, Il. Lyons, B. Gossetl, A. Pendleton. J. Stuart, Grow, V. Cupp, E. Knzi-ieek. Sv'-omi Row: ll. Allen. E. Vance, W. Grant, E. Woodford. E. Fujii. N. Tarler. G. Bell, C. H W. lfairehilil. Bottom Rnw: T. Iryzens. R. Smith. IS. Perry, IJ. Perry. R. Hays. .I. McCall. V. Mellurinan, Gunning. F. Hicks. all K 2 'YQ we 4 22152 if 2 44 ii VT.-5 Q3 .ina J, ,. QA. we Q . 15 VFX 1 ' . g fiat .. .W rv. ,nw '1 is , I Q 3. , Lis "" ve,- Top Row: C. Bush, H. Vauk, W. Garrity, A. Chase, G. Krueger, B. Prater, B. Mangum, R. Faylor, J. Rodwell. C. Girdner, J. Christenson. Second Row: D. Donat, M. J. Petty, A. Westbrook. F. Togstad. A. Morgan, B. Gowen, P. Ashton, K. Riordan, J. Hedrich, P. Gincler. R. Bastida, M. Crane. Bottom Row: J. Baldwin, J. L:-iLande, G. Vogel, R. Sale, W. Johnson, S. Heyser, R. Kilmer, B. Hunter, C. Dodge, C. Vincent, P. Simmons. V. Wakefield. GOLF Facing a large schedule, the Nampa High School Golf Team drove into a new season with many promising players. Practices were held at the Nampa Broadmoor Golf Course. Bill Mangum, Walter Garrity, Jerry Rodwell, jack Baldwin and George Krueger have qualified consistently to represent Nampa. All of these boys have had considerable experience having played for several years. Walter Garrity won the Idaho State Championship two years ago and Jerry Rodwell was runner-up. Nampa's team carried off the honors at a tournament held in Caldwell April 20. Teams from Emmett, Boise and Caldwell were also entered. The highlight of the golf year was the District Tournament held at Nampa May 18. Nearly every high school in the valley was represented. Betty Gowen, Betty Hunter, Mary Jane Petty, Dolores Donat and Frances Togstad represented the girls, but because of the scarcity of girl golfers in the district found it difficult to arrange many games. Mr. Cowin helped the golfers organize and schedule games. w " 1 v '. . xt.: rt ' lem ' ' wifi'Q-4'f'e'wz.f' 1 ft.w'a .1'f4"i1-1535? W f tri.-fi.-' 1 ' A s.' .f "r"1"ff . . ,5',7z" V- :Bm H , 1234. A 1111 1-il .Li .ef '- Yfkbf,-A 'iieegfzfifz A 1 13 . -- 5922: fi-W". ,,,,. A . .H .M M M .4 , r .. . .. . " idea.. 1" .':1i A BOYS' TENNIS With a very large turn out, the Nampa High netters went into their 1940 schedule to meet almost every high school in the valley and to match their tennis ability with the best in the state. A tennis ladder was constructed and elimination matches were played to see who would be the top-notchers. Ten men finally reached the end of the contest with either no defeats or only one defeat to their credit. These ten men represented Nampa High School and showed excellent sportsmanship, cooperation and winning ability from the first match against Boise to the State Amateur Tennis Championship meet. Nampa has always had entrants in this state meet. Those players who were awarded letters received 8-inch letters instead of the usual 6-inch letter which was awarded previous to last year. Tennis is now one of the major sports in Nampa High School. 5 V , ' u l'vl' ' , I fi 1' mx Top Row: R. Sale, H. Patterson. K. Jenkins, H. Sites. W. Kleiner, B. Hanson. W. Antrim N Johnson. Il. Wriptht. G. Keim. Seeond Row: IJ. Huinphreys. G. Evans, G. Krueger, C. Tullis, A. Gzirmlnvr. J. Miller. S. Heysr-I li. Prater. R. Kilmer, li. Marsh. Mr. Bonhaiii. linttom Row: L. Williams. W. Howard. H. Flurk. l". Jmmlzin, B. Frantz, P. Winllwr, ll, Amloi-.on J. l.al.an4le. A. Kinlvy. R. lfaylor. I l Top Row: C. Prater, P. Pipher, C. Dodge. W. Wittenberirer, B. Hunter, P. Ashton, M. East, M. J. Lloyd. B. Miller. F. Toustad, J. Everly, E. Ott. Bolton Row: IJ. Hickey, C. Vincent, L. Pipher, R. Bennett, J. Herlrieh, K. Riorrlan, M. E. liaptim, G. Voygel. M. J. Petty. A. Momrmi, S. Davis, A. Chappell. GIRLS' TENNIS To develop technique so that the player may enjoy the game more completely is the aim of Miss Evelyn I-lagelin, girls' tennis coach. A new arrangement for scheduling matches was carried out during the past year. Under this plan the various schools of Boise Valley each held four tennis meets in the different towns on Saturdays. Elimination matches were played for the purpose of determining a girls' champion in both singles and doubles. ln addition to these out of town games the girls played four home matches. In the fall most of the time was spent in learning tennis strokes and court tactics. Spring practice was delayed somewhat by rainy weather but in spite of that .1 creditable team was developed. The team representing Nampa High included Shirley Davis, Lavona Pipher, Carolyn Prater, Patty Pipher, Carol Vincent and Colleene Dodge. Tournaments were held in Weiser, Caldwell, Boise and Nampa. The State Tennis Tournament will be held in Nampa June 4. A A f ' A it COACHES "Give every boy and girl in Nampa High School the best possible training in athleticsf' was the coaching staff's motto for the 1939-40 season. Harold A. White, director of physical education for the Nampa School System, coaches Varsity football and basketball. Backfield coaching in football, -Iunior Varsity basketball and baseball occupied many hours of extra hard Work on the part of Pat Brown, assistant coach. Next in line comes the head track coach and line coach in football, Vic Wetzel, who has for many years led Nampa boys to high honor in these sports. Otto Wagner works with the younger sportsters of the school, coaching Ifrosh-Soph football, which develops possible material for a bigger and better Varsity squads in future years. Bob Howard assisted Mr. Wagner in Frosh-Soph football and also coached Sophomore basketball. The only woman coach on the entire staff is Miss Evelyn Hagelin, who has produced many winning girls' tennis and basketball teams. Boys' tennis and boxing and wrestling were coached respectively by Mr. Bonham and Mr. Keyes. This was their first year in Nampa. 375. gig? . . Jr ffiif -G Sgibgifi 1355? i Q '- Q 3 a. 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' -' A 1 ' " 'S'-f R ' - V fi Av, E. -5 ' 'ff' 1'?' p'n5:'- ' "'fi+5... .1 ggi , .xx Mfg BAND 54.41 WE' President - - - VAN Mow Vice-President - - - KENNETH XNINTFIEIQ Secretary-Treasurer - HAZEL ENGELHARDT ' Custodian Corporals RICHARD MlNl7liN CLOYD KREBS my Assistant Custodian ELAN? Mlwlll Q RAYMOND lONGA'l'lf lLNNhTH INNWR 3153? ' DoN TAYl.oR Librarian linwrnen IOIIN HAZEI. ENGliLllARlYl' VAN Mo.-mn ' t Y New instruments and an increased membership helped the band maintain a high Idaho State rating. With fall came the football season and with the football season came the ' bandls peppy marches at rallies, assemblies and games. Marching exhibitions and letter formations furnished entertainment for the home games. . . . ffiifi Appearing in full dress at the fall and spring style shows, the band played a my repertoire of widely varied selections. Besides the presentation of the latest styles, dancing and a pageant were featured on the program at the spring show. These style shows have become annual events and are sponsored jointly by the Nampa merchants and the band. is Q -. ' i l v I 'Z 4 .l . ' I ' . lfll AA i V v Top Row: L. Gilbert, ll. Taylor, li. Hanson. E. John. E Pattersorgli Winlhcr. L. R. Blic-ken stall. H. l"runlz. R. MeKeeth, S. Titlwell, W. Sr-hey, C. Krebs, B. Fisher. Second Row: C. M. Carter, li. Taylor, ll. Kahle. M. Stitzel. K. Squires, B. Finn. Il. Gould, G Mnlfil. 0. Anrr-nhrontl, J. Rapp, J. Mattson, ll. llay, H. Patterson, R. 'l'll!l1,.Q'2ll0. 'l'. Uoinstork, ll Marlin. Third Row: J. Newman, K. Winther. M. Krebs, J. Hunsaker, C. Uopenlmver, A. 0'Iirien. D Hickey, ll. Cowin, W. Edmark, 1. Howard, E. Conner, F. Murphy, L. Harlnmn. Bottom Row: Mr. Kusler, L. A. Fowler, H. Fisk, R. Minden, V. Moarl, H. Roberts, G. Schwartz. G. Prohaska, C. Richards, IP. Harris. V. Rusky, J. Buchanan. B. Winter, V. Patrick, S. Gholson H. Emzelhnrdl.. ll. Perry. Mr. Winthcr. 'lf ' x . 1 . ff, Jlfjg. U . U . Inner Rurht: Yen roigiig Lou Fowler on its Court B uf . .. amend th 0 om. On the Mauue Caldwell exchange pany Another annual function of the band is the concert presented in December. The orchestra and A Cappella Choir were also on the program. The orchestra concert was held March S, and the band took part in this musical entertainment. The District Festival was held in Caldwell April 12 and 13. Under the direction of John Kuster the band worked hard to maintain its high marching mbers cooperated by holding special rehearsals in c7f'.2,JQr 1 ' . Band me 'ff l. standard of last year preparation for this contest. There were also several solos and small rou s entered in the festixa S P Ensembles of outstanding importance were the brass sextet and the reed trio. A earances at several s rin festivals throu hout the Valle concluded a bus PP P g 8 Y year for the band under the baton of "Pop,' Winther. Y PEP BAND Imagine a game without a Pep Band with its inspiring, snappy numbers mingling with the cheers of the spectators, leading the boys on! The most talented members of the Concert Band compose this organization under the direction of "Pop" W'inther. Kenneth Wiiitlier was chosen by popular vote of the members to fill the honored position of student director. Besides several out of town trips made this year, the majority of the partici- pants attended the National Contest at Pocatello in the spring of y39. Always present at rallies and games the Pep Band has been a real asset to the pep and enthusiasm of our Student Body. . w, ww..- U' P 1 v. i an 'F Els' ,, ..-1 Q S3455 5552 -1 'gi frm 4- Q .5.Y'9A s . 25+ - , E.. w 'R -r .:, ,ii ,i 5-5 ti. Wi ' .aa ie if f in "iw 65551, f iw. HP 2-My , . sq. f, i ,- . '- . . v 24. ,i f Y .1 Q Q '5'1 X .Q i i E E. 7 126 I 1, 545' A. 2354 y -.1 t Q' A f ni-1 It 'I'op Row: ll. Cowin. Ii. Edniark, M. Slilxel, ll. ldzin, IC. John. L. Gillu-rl, ll. Fislier, li. Frm C. Krm-bs. W. Sclll-y. G. l'l'ul1:xsku, ll. M2l!'flll. Hotlom limv: I,. A. l"owlm-r. K. Winlhvr, J. Multson, J, Ilul1s:ukvl', M. lin-hs, Il. Winter, li. l f Svliwsirlx, I. Winllwr, ll. llolu-Pls. X. Moxul. ll. Fisk, Ii. lVlinu'n. l if K1 "4 J i J' 1 . - 4 f ' 2' iv ' L f L 'X Rav? , t. v I It Top Row: Mr. Tompkins, B. Winther, D. Martin, R. Minden, L. Gilbert, E. John, B. Ean, C. Krebs. Set-ond Row: G. Sc-hwartz. J. Knutnik, G. Keim. M. J. Lloyd, C. Copenhaver. K. Barbee, J. Mattson. A. 0'Brien, P. Winther, A. Brown. Bottom Row: L. Nakamura, F. Togrstad, N. Bradley, A. Kinley, L. Snyder, L. Roberts. J. Christensen, M. Wirth, R. Cramer, M. Taylor, R. Gregg. ORCHESTRA President - NONA BRADLEY Vice-President - KATHRYN BARBEE Secretary-Treasurer - DICK MARTIN Manager - - - - LEROY GILBERT Assistant Manager - - GILBERT KEIM Librarian - - - - - LEWIS ROBERTS Assistant Librarian - MARY IANE LLOYD The orchestra made its first appearance at the Nampa Merchants' fall style show, sharing honors with the band. Again in February the group played for the showing of advanced spring styles. ln December the orchestra was featured during the annual band concert. Besides its formal concerts this organization has been called upon to furnish the musical background for a number of dramatic presentations held at the high school as well as participation in student assemblies. Nona Bradley, Lois Snyder, Frances Togstad and Allen Kinley comprise the string quartet which has made many local appearances during the year. April 12 and 13, the members took part in the District Music Festival in Caldwell. The outstanding event of the year was the annual spring concert under the direction of A. KI. Tompkins. The band and girls' glee club contributed several numbers. The entire program was well received by the audience. The orchestra wound up its ycarls activities by playing at the Commencement and Baccalaureate exercises. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Taking an active part in the activities of the music department, the Girls' Glce Club has "stacked up" well. The entire group presented six selections at the concert sponsored by che orchestra and, after further training under K. Boyd Remley, journeyed to Caldwell for the District Music Festival to return with a "superior" rating. Not only has the group given programs but it has served as Ll training school lor girls of the choir and smaller organizations. At the beginning of the year Mr. Remley selected his double sextet from these songsters. New girls for the mixed chorus and other vocal sections were chosen from this class. Thus the vocalizing on the girls' part has been accomplished through this group as a whole or its representatives. Top Row: W. R Van A. Smith. E. Waltman, C. Daniels A. Kozacok. H. Lupton. fese, R. Bzlslisla. M. Hzirlszlll 0. I.. Belts, li. Sc-eonzl . Quarles. Ml E. Shzulily, li. Shadcly. Rau. G. Hull? M Davis I" Morris M ll. lflkstein. Grant. D. Downey. l-5. Piersall. ll. Donal, li. Bzvker, N. Ulrich. ll. Mayes. M. Martin. R. Cramei M. Slieparll. I.. A. Te-ITI. Fuiirlli Row: I.. Piplier. M. Slit-lim-i'. A. Parte-r. M. Smirlock. Il. Co:-lwalie. F. Prater, P. Piphoi M. J. Petty, G. Vogel. J. lflverly. T. Gzilclson, V. Fisk. C. Baker, IC. ll. Cooke, li. Waigranll, C lludge, F. llustiila. P. Simmons. Bottom Row: li. l'lar1:er, M. Jones, A, lloulvy, M. Galloway, A. Galloway, W. Udoviek. E. Foust, D L. Smith, R. Gi'e1.rg', I-I. llimivk. M. Sr-hey, l.. Ostermiller, H. Rails, N. Wilson, H. Cowen, B. Hussey B. Hunter, L. Brown. Third Rom Kincaid. A. Crsiinor. F. Dunn. M. XVallaee, L. Pletrher, V. Cline, G. Piizott, M I . x 5. .I lj .1 . . Lp ,4 ' ' wi 4 x' ,, . s gi!! A ,,. Of Top Row: B. Parker, J. Everly. I. Porter, A. Cramer. B. Mills, E. Dunean, S. Heyser, J. Jacobsen Stoops, B. Nelf, S. Hendry. E. Herirert. D. Lyons, D. Anderson. W. Brown, F. Abbott, B. Simmons, D Crull, IJ. Iikstein, L. Edwards. B. Penzien, W. Johnson, L. Jones, C. Vincent, P. Simmons, P. Dinwiddie. A. Chappell, R. Lupton, E. B. Cooke. Set-ond Row: B. Hunter, li. Piersall, M. Hadsall. O. L. Betts, M. Jones, ll. Downey, L. Blakeslee, D Horton, F. Murphy, J. W. Wilkey, C. Frahm, H. Hoyson, H. Trumbull, B. Arensberg. C. Agenbroad, O Asrenbroad, S. Grow, V. Vogel, M. Allen, C. McNulty, G. Smith, M. Spurloek. Bottom Row: F. Garrison, G. Brown, D. Donat, G. Vogel, A. Westbrook, D. L. Smith, M. J. Petty, J Keiser. J. Riddlebar1.fer, B. Hussey, M. Parkinson, J. Herald. Sitting: Maurine Voohees. K. Boyd Remley, Carl Hoobing, Thelma Wells, Alvin Hultirren, Mrs. Ross W. B ,G. ales. A CAPPELLA CI-ICDII2 Fifteen members from last year's choir, which was judged one of the best in the Northwest, formed the basis to which forty-nine others have been added as the year progressed. One of their activities consisted of assisting the band with its concert. The group sang carols for the entertainment sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce at the State Colony and around the decorated trees downtown. Other appear- ances were at the Methodist and Brethren Churches. The year's high light was the presentation of the oratoria, "The Seven Last Words of Christ," given on Good Friday at the Central Gymnasium. Completing their year's performance was their concert May 21. This organization attended the District Festival at Caldwell and obtained as customary a "superior" rating. Eight members with their instructor, K. Boyd Remley, journeyed to Los Angeles for the National High School Chorus and Conference. 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Fiieutun Formed for the purpose of fostering and encouraging the four characteristics: scholarship, character, leadership and service, the Sigma Chi Lambda maintains a high scholastic standard. Eight Juniors receiving an average of 4.6 or better were admitted to the club May 9, 1939. This group comprised the nucleus for the club's '39-'40 season. At the end of the first quarter of the present year 12 more Seniors with an average of 4.3 or better received the faculty's approval and were admitted to membership. The Sigma Chi Lambda has one regular meeting the first month after the beginning of each semester. junior Honor Society members take charge of ushering at Commencement and at various other activities throughout the school year. The advisory board of faculty members headed by Miss Rosa L. Smith includes Misses lf. Eloise Kennedy, Alosephine Payer, Mary Lucas and Mr. C. C. Cowin. 'X NXQS- .i-KN.: lf EX, , l ' . ff' i ix V' k"""' . XX . 'Max Top Row: I-I. Strom, I.. Blair. A, Dooley. F. lireiin. V. MeClnskr-y. R. Salek. M. J. Petty. 0. Klemens X A. liozaeek. Ss-eoiiml Row: A. Rnhinsuii, J. Silkxxnml. G. Gunmly. R. Ord, l". Lewis, E. Martens. Iioltuiii Row: Pi. l"ivdIvi'. M. Nzlkuiiillmi. F. Minden. R. Mefolni. R. Yaiiizimutu, N. VVL':ivei'. 5 A Xb' Ulxf A . ,N Top Row: N. Bradley, H. Chase. N. Aldous, E. Fiedlcryhl Hyslovv. N. Hobza, B. Gowen. Bottom Row: D. Livingston, ll. Robertson, I. Odin, C: Minden, R. Yamamoto, L. Blair. M. Vail. E. John. G. Gundy. "'SV"' QUILI. AND SCROLL President - - - RINA YAM.1XMOTO Vice-President - LEATRICE BLAIR Secretary-Treasurer - - CARL MINIDEN The purpose of the Quill and Scroll is to instill in students the ideal of scholarship and to advance the standards of the profession of journalism through independent thinking and a higher code of ethics. To qualify for membership it is necessary to have worked two semesters for either the Growl or the Sage and to have received the adviserls recommenda- tion. Membership is also subject to the approval of the National Quill and Scroll. For initiation each candidate must either prepare a five hundred word feature story, a fifty line poem or give a five minute report. The last Friday of every month the Quill and Scroll holds a regular business meeting. journalistic reports are given by members at these sessions. A picnic at Lakeview Park was held in May to climax the year's activity. The clubs advisers are Miss Kennedy and Miss La Fond. SAGE Eclitor-in-Cfliief Assistant Editor - Business Nlanager - Assistant Business Mizn Class Editor BETTY IANIQ IONIZS Organizations IuNii Youma Hfxzri. liNiillI.llAl2lJ'l' M1l.Nfl' Editor CILARA Mfua f:AR'I'I',R Sports , ' Q Dfw ANnnRsor2'- -' Feature Editor Co:s:s'rANriia Iii.iaMiNf. a yer Vx CARI. lVllNl5liN NORMA Arnous Ci-iAR1.1is ROBBINS NORMA XNYHAVIER Photographers DoN RoisiaR'1'soN Wii.i.ls IOHNSON Al,lllil?'l' GVBRIIZN ViiRNoN l,ATRIC'K Typists lVlAXINli l'ilIRS'I' ANNA Kozmgias lVlARIORlli KEMIX Art DoN Huivimuaavs Liawis ROBERTS Distribution of the Sage on lVlay I6 brought to a close a year of hard work for the annual staff. Getting off to an early start the staff had completed a successful sales campaign, taken part of the group pictures and started on Senior portrait pictures by Christmas time. By completing as many write-ups and pictures as possible during the fall and winter months the staff was able to avoid a mid-spring rush and to keep well ahead of all deadlines. For the first time in several years a theme was omitted from the make-up of the Sage. This made it possible to concentrate more time on pictures and write-ups. The staff took time off to enioy several social functions during the year which included a party at the home of Charles Robbins and a Sage-Growl dance, May 2. The Sage has completed another successful year with Miss Laliond and Mr. Stanford as advisers. Top Huw: Miss La Fmul, W. .Iuhnson. M. Ks-inp, I.. Rolfe-rls. A. fjlBl'l0Il, Mr. Stanforsl, il. Humlm- ' revs. V, l'at!'i1'k. H. l'illLf4'llHlI'4ll. J. Young. lifiltmn Row: ll. Iinlwrisun. N. Weaver. V. M. Carter. M. Hurst, li. J. Janes, F. Minmlen, l'. Ilolilriiis. N. Aldous. 1 a ,' l W' I . M l Qiiri N.. as' at ,-- Top Row: H. Jones. B. l-'rantz, li. Gowen. L. Roberts. N. Bradley, H. Chase, C. Johnson, J. Newman. R. Okumoto. J. Swayne. ' Seeonil Row: V. Mc'Claskey. J. Rodwell, E. Fiedler, N. Howza, Miss Kennedy, L. Blair, D. Robertson. M. E. Baptist. - Bottom Row: IJ, Livingrston. I. Oille, J. Hyslop. M. Vail, R. Yanianioto, lil. John. E. Martens, G. Gunily. GRGWI. , . .. ff L2-c, Editor-in-Chief - - - MAIQOARETT vAII Associate Editor ---- RINA YAIVIAMOTOQ Sports Editors - - EQIJWARD IOIQI, Bois FRANT2 .T Page Editors - NAOMI HOEZA, VIRGINIA MCCLASKEYI Proof Reader Art NONA BRADLEY Copy ESTHER MARTENS LEATRICE BLAIR BETTY GowEN LEWIS ROBERTs ROSE OKUMOTO DONETA LIVINGSTON ETHEL FIEDLER Caffoonisf GI.Al7X'S GLINDX' IERRY RoIawEI.I. HAZEI. IONES B , M . l!blVlC5S 'Ilia Cf Production K g ILA OIJLE IUIKCQLSI-ILYKS'-OP CLIFFORD IOHNSON Exghangg News MARX ELIZABEIILI BAPTIST HELEN CIIASE IUNE NEwIvIAN Living up to their policy: To print all the news for all the students and to build up the honor and good name of Nampa High School, the Growl staff has helped "carry on" through another school year, With Margarett Vail and Rina Yamamoto supervising the "news hounds," the students have been well posted on the local happenings of the year. The staff, accompanied by Miss Kennedy as adviser, visited the Boise High Lights in March, vthere they were cordially welcomed and promised a return visit the following year. While in Boise they visited the Boise Capital News to obtain an idea of some of the problems faced by the professional journalist. Every month the Growl has a social to help create a closer friendship among the members. Ar the close of the quarters and semester, special banquets were held, Press awards were made at that lime. To climax the social activities si joint Crowl and I ', Sante "Ink-slin ers Ball" was given for all members, . H . .I Q , t K' s - r X -f , ' he f. l'-'H 'N -rw--sf" '- ' "- , ' 'y"w---x t-. . - s ..' - E- -+1 I ' Iefftis- -JQy,,I 'xHLJ N...,lL, yvfle I ,rig-XXI ,K 1 -I I- .1-Ii., N, .4Lyg:1fq.' ',.M":,l.'rl'ls mfs, wi T., "Lir,i:ll:yi'vf'f4,,..1! lfklvksgli'-ff-jol'l'x' I 'L..:"'w., BJ-'f.r Q. IIE A I I -..M-Eff 1.r-mir-' " ' f1wfwrrIf ' I I' fx GIRL RESERVES President - - - LEATRICE BLAIR Vice-President - - - NORMA ALDous Secretary - - VELMA BLICKENSTAFF Treasurer - - - - PILAR ANSOTEGUI The Girl Reserves are divided into Five distinct committeesg program, pub- licity. finance, service and social. The program group, withstne help of Miss Day, provided some worthwhile entertainment for each meeting. Mrs. Hoerst gave an excellent talk on speech correction and Mrs. William Schnabel from Caldwell related some of her experiences while a resident of Alaska. Miss Hagelin, adviser, assisted by Betty Backer, chairman, and ten active members have edited three issues of Girl Reserve News as their activity on the publicity committee. The finance committee with Miss Waterman as director makes and takes care of money for the club. Most of the money was earned through candy sales. A home-made candy and doughnut sale was held down-town in April and ice cream was sold at the May Fete. Miss Taylor advised the service group with the help of June Brockus, chair- man. One of the projects sponsored by this committee was the redecorating and refurnishing of the faculty room. During the Holiday Season gifts were collected and a box was packed for the Children's Home in Boise. A large box was also delivered to the Old People's Home in Nampa. The last is the social committee, whose purpose is to plan all social activities of the year. A skating party at the rink in the fall, a caroling party in Boise at Christmas and a bicycle breakfast were among the social affairs of this organiza- tion. . N 1 Top Row: G. Parkinson, C. McClure, C. Baker. H. Jones. N. Greenfield, M. Martin, B. Betts. M. Grunt. ll. Downey, C. Doclife. L. Piphor, M. Allen, C. Cogienhxveil K. Riordan, J. Hetlrieh, B. Dick, Q R. Johnson. J. Kelly, L. Hartman. X X C, Flemimr. li. J. Jones. V. . son, A. Chappell, C. Cail. M. P.4Sh0lVHI'4l. M. E. Baptist, F. 'I'oi:sm1l. A. Morizan. Tlvird Row: Miss Minden, C. Callen. J. Feriruson. E. Henriekson. E. M. Ulrieh. R. Bastida, i i Iruler. I. Pinher, R. Bennett. N. Hobzu, E. B. Choke. A. Dooley, E. Antrim. A. Sasenberry. G. Iirown, K. Ilziy. R. Okumoto. Miss Waterman. liulvun Row: Misslllny, I.. Kimbrough. Ii. Mills, M. A. Ayers. J. liroekus, B. Backer. E. Slo l'. AllNflll'1flll, Ii. lilsur. N. Aldous, V. Blur-kenslull. H. Hi-url:-ksrin, M. Crane, M. J. Polly, G. Vogel 0. lbusliivn. M. Mi-Ce-Ilan. Miss Hiurelin. Second Row: H. Barnhax' M. Slizel. L. A. Tetfl.. E. Waltmaa. E. Crill. D. Ekstein. Hindes. Ashton. i R' on -Q 'lop Row D Robertson, B. Ean, R. Minden, B. Hanson. P. W'inther. Mr. Stanford, Mr. Cowin. W. Hunter. 'I Comstock K Winther, 0. Agenbroad, C. Minden. Bottom Row C Robbins. B. Keim. 0. Reynolds, J. Oberst. V. Wood, J. Silkwood. J. Betts, W. Schey. N Johnson G Maffitt. EXPLORER CLUB President - IIMMY SILKWOOD Vice-President - - NOLAN IOHNSON Secretary-Treasurer - ORLAND REYNOLDS Three years ago the Explorer Club was organized to enable Senior Scouts to continue in scouting. x The Explorer Scouts' highlight of each year is the four-day pack trip. Last year they ventured to the Sawtooth Mountains where they indulged in keeping camp, ubatchingi' and all that goes with a "stag" hike. The overnight hikes consisted of a trip to Leslie Canyon and a ski jaunt above Idaho City. Movie pictures were taken on both these excursions. Later they journeyed to Nevada where they explored the jarbridge Mountains for a day and camped over night. Included on the "social calendar" of the Explorers was the annual stag- banquet, a hayride party with games and refreshments at the Legion Chateau afterward, and in early spring the scouts journeyed to Boise for an annual swim at the Y. M. C. A. ' I Selling candy and popcorn at basketball games was the method of raising money used to help carry on activities. Mr. Stanford advises this group. Q 'F -ilu. v 4. "U sa 1 --fwacif aaa it r. fi ,, 2,6 lx SPIZ CLUB President - - FLORA BAs'1'mA Vice-President - CAROL V1Nt:raN'r Secretairy-Treusnrt-r RINA YAMAMO'1'o Promoting pep and good sportsmanship, these forty-five girls live up to their motto, "Snappy pep insures zest." Boosting school activities and fostering good will is the main duty of this club. The Spizzers first activity of the year was to sponsor a stage show on "high school nightl' at the Majestic theater after the Nampa-Hill Military football game. To climax the "gridiron', season the Spiz Club gave their annual football banquet in honor of the football boys and coaches. Following a week of initiation the new pledges were treated at Cheesbrough's by the old members. The local pep clubs of Boise and Nampa set aside the competitive spirit when the two rivals got together for their second annual tea. To highlight the year of activities the Sophomore and junior Spiz members gave a Senior farewell banquet in honor of graduating Spizzers. Following the banquet the girls and their dates were entertained at a dance. Running a hot-dog stand during harvest festival, selling candy at home football games, canvassing the business district of Nampa with season basketball tickets and selling pep caps were the methods of raising, money for club activities during the year. The Spiz Club is advised by Miss Bird. new My . as . ,E 1,5 3 .111 3 s, ga ,5 .245 get . . it is V . . , ' - . 1 . wifi, t 'ii it 1.-15 its 1-ga. . .qs . J wif' .. . it J 63 it LS ,-.-. 9353 t-53.2 .vm Top How: J. Swuynv. l. A. l"owIei'. H. Hussey. ll. Hickey, 's-holy I. Otlle. l.ivinp:ston, 'l'. Glxtlson, S. Davis, M. J. Llnytl, IP. Ilnnnt. Svvolnl Row: N. St-tilt-i', VV. W'itlelilis-run-l', U. lintluu, N. lirzullty 1 J. Young, I.. W'eslln'uok, lf. l'm-lir:xlu'. J. livi-rly, li, Gmvt-ii. 'I'hil'4l Row: M. Ashton. li. Marsh. A. Wesllirook. K. Riordim. J. llc-tlrim-li, Miss liiril, N. Hulmzl. J. llnrris. li, l':n'kt-r, M. lil. Ha vlist. M. Ilailssill. - Iinltoln Huw: l'. Sp:il"s, 2. 'l1'1llt'l'. M. Vuil, l". 'l'ot:'sl:l1l, 1', Vines-nl. l". lhisliilzi, ll. Y:un:ilnoln, A. Mnl'i":lli. M. J. I'vilv. M. l'i':unm-. I.. lil:iil'. son, J. K4-isel' , 1. .taht any tis?" wifi' i-1"'. Riff 35.9- em, TEA." JW' . f 1 Top Row: D. Gray, G. Koyama, J. Berry, L. Simmons. W. Stewart. M. Nakamura, B. Stewart, T. Gibson. J. Christenson. A. Perry, H. Jack, S. Heyser, C. Bridges. Second Row: B. Metzger, E. DeCou1'sey, W. Garrity, A. Gardner, L. Williams, W. Howard. F. Jordan. C. Fuson, H. Patterson, R. Faylor, D. Lyons. Mr. White. Bottom Row: Mr. Brown, C. Frahm. J. LaLande, B. Mamzum, D. Anderson, C. Vincent, M. J. Petty. li. Simmons. G. Hillman. H. Clark, F. Murphy, Mr. Wetzel. - P fx President - DON ANDERSON Vice-President - - - Boa SIMMONS Secretary-Treasurer - - DEE GRAY The purpose of the Blu-N is to promote the best possible sportsmanship in every athletic combat in which the members participate. Cnly those boys who have earned their eight inch letters in either football, basketball, baseball, track or tennis are eligible. Foremost among the year's activity of the lettermen's club was the annual Spiz-Blu-N party. To raise money the club sponsored dances following the home football games and sold tickets to the Roosevelt Minstrel Show. By promoting the sale of season baseball tickets, the lettermen made it possible for the baseball team to buy new suits. Keeping forgetful students from walking on the school lawn and sponsoring the Nampa-Emmett faculty basketball game ended the Blu-N calendar. Coach Harold White and Pat Brown advised the club's many activities. HCDME EC. President - - MARY ELIZABETH BAPTIST Vice-President - - - - RINA YAMAMoTo Secretary-Treasurer - - - ILA ODLE The Home Ee club has been an active organization in Nampa High School for six years. To help girls develop socially, work more erhciently in committees, take charge of meetings and interest and train them in things pertaining to home making is the purpose of the club. The most important social function was the annual Co-ed Ball held in the gymnasium April 12. An under-sea theme was cleverly carried out with color- ful fish, snails, sea weed and balloons for decorations. Prizes were classified under three heads: most original, most humorous and best all-around design. Couples winning prizes were Mabel Wirth, Gayle Parkinsong Mary Elizabeth Baptist, Genevieve Wakeheldg Jean Hunsaker, Hazel Engelhardt. Regular business and program meetings under the direction of Miss Water- man as adviser were held the first and third Wednesday of each month. Every year the club purchases a gift and presents it to the Home Economics department. A successful year was completed when the girls entertained their mothers at a picnic in Lakeview Park. 1 . NX 'ar 2 C Lixx s,,N Top Row: D Livingston. M. J. Petty, L. Blair. F. M. Ashton, G. Brown. A. Chappell 0. Iluspiva, V. Blickenstaff. IJ. Rumpel, S. Bennett, J. Second Row: M. Rau. J. Newman. S. Dowdle, F. Kims, E. M. Ulrieh. FI. Henrieksnn K. Callen, 1. M. Martin, B. Mills, H. Barnhart. Third Row: Miss Waterman, C. Gail, H. Henriekson Wakefield, B. Iliek, A. Sasenbery, E Antrim. L. Hawtnmn, L. Nakamura. D. Evans, M. McClellan: liotwm Row: V. Johnson. B. J. Jones, C. Fleming. M. lu. Baptist, I. Odle. R. Yamamoto, B Burger, R. Bastida. P. Ginder, E. llreher, H. Smith. X i 4, 5 i n- sf X 4 fi, uf . L i .CSCH O Top Row: R. Fisher. W. Johnson. F. Jordan, H. Jack, J. Ziegler, Miss La Fond, B. J. Jones. M. E. Baitist, A. Dooley, K. Riordan, B. Twitchell. ottom Row: V. Woods, J. Allen, F. Bleeha, W. Howard. J. Hedrieli, R. Ord, J. Harris, A. Moriran. W. Mamiuni. FRENCH CLUB President - - - IUNE HEDRICH Vice-President - WALLY HOWARD Secretary - ROBERTA ORD Treasurer - - ROBERT FISHER Members of La Societe Francaise forget about verb conjugations and trans- lations for one class period each month when French Club is in session. All regularly enrolled second year French students are eligible for member- ship. The purpose of this club is to promote an interest in the cultural and historical background of France as well as to develop a sympathetic attitude toward understanding the problems of her people today. The programs are planned to reflect interesting customs of the people through games, reports and songs. An annual Christmas party, to which all French students are invited, is one of the outstanding social events of the club. Pere Noel distributes gifts and candy favors and the program reflects the Christmas beliefs and customs of the French people. ln the spring an annual banquet is held at the Cheesbrough Cafe. This year the decorations were cleverly carried out in peasant motif. A picnic at Lakeview Park closed the club's activities. Miss La Fond is adviser for this group. E . GERMAN CLUB President - FIELLMNG ABBOTT Vice-President DON ANDERSON Secretary - VERNON PATRICK Study and analysis of the life, customs and economic conditions of the German people were the reasons for forming the German Club. Every two weeks the members meet in a Combined business and program session. For each meeting discussions and reports have been prepared of either a cultural or political nature. Various outstanding speakers, who are acquainted with the conditions in Germany and its background have spoken to the club. The social activities included a Christmas party, where club members exchanged gifts and observed the occasion in the traditional German style, and a chili feed at the home of the adviser, K. Boyd Remley. As their contribution to the foreign language program at P. T. A., the German Club presented Bud Saunders, who sang several very beautiful German numbers. .X -I' 'X' OL Top Row: li. Cornell, E. Nydeyrizer, B. Keim. L. Blair, IJ. Anderson. H. Susewind, I". Abbott. Holton: Row: V. Vogel. I". Ritter, Mr. R4-mlvy. A. M. Hurrcl. V. Putriek, W. Gululy, C. Robbins 4 Top Row: M. Hadsall. D. Burkholder. E. Wright. J. Parke. B. Killion, J. Henry, G. Smith, J. Brockus. ll. V. Beer. 0. L. Betts. C. Bush. Second Row: F. Croy. V. Cochrane. K. Mt-Ginley, M. Spencer. P. Nolte, E. Sloat. R. Chapman, M. Norquist, D. Livingston. B. Mills, F. Ostyn. Bottom Row: Miss Smith. E. DeCoursey, V. Bliekenstall, L. Synder. F. Togstad. N. Aldous. W. Witten- herger, E. Fiedler. H. Chase. C. Minden. LATIN CLUB Camilla Gcns Excelsior Gens Consul NORMA Awous FRANCES TOGSTAD Censor WILMA WITTENBERGHR Lois SNYDER Senators HELEN CHASE CLAIR BUSH ETHEL FIEDLER CARL MINDEN EMET DECOURSEY Quaestor ------ VELMA BLICKENSTAFF S. P. R. or "Senatus Populuque Romanusn which means "The Romain Senate and People" is the name of the Nampa High School Latin Club. The club this year was divided into the Camilla Gens and the Excelsior Gens meeting on the last Monday of each school month during the regular second year class period. In charge of each gens was a Consul, Censor, Quaestor and two Senators who comprised the S. P. R. council. Miss Smith acted as adviser. The programs consisted chiefly of reports on the various phases of Roman life and their contributions to present day living. The high light of the year was the Roman banquet held on the Ides of March. the date of Julius Caesar's assassination nineteen hundred eighty four years ago. Clair Bush as Mmagister biberdi", toastmaster, introduced the program which included typical Roman amusements from a gladiatorial combat to a dramatiza- tion of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. The "toga clad race" feasted on ancient foods "ab ova ad moluir", from eggs to apples", in true Roman style. SAGE COLLECTGIQS Starting the fall campaign with a greater number of Sages to sell than ever before, the Sage collectors sold enough Sages to permit the publication of the annual. The campaign was exceptionally successful with subscriptions sold by the Sage collectors totalling more than the advanced sales through the Student Body. A new system by which the spring campaign was entirely eliminated was instituted this year. With the knowledge of the exact amount of funds available, the staff was able to start the planning much earlier than usual. Outstanding salesmanship was displayed by Sterl Grow, who sold the most subscriptions. Mr. Remley's room was awarded a prize for 100 per cent subscrip- tion. However, many rooms nearly met this mark. Shortly after Christmas vacation, the collectors handled the selling of portrait tickets for all three classes. Second payments, which were due shortly after the beginning of the second semester, were collected by the Sage officers. Assisting the staff on the fateful distribution day concluded the work of the Sage collectors. F,-, , .-.... - W5 .,, 1, I bw Top Row: C. Robbins, V. Mmirl. W. Hunter. J. Miller, F. Murphy, L. Pipher, W. Gnrrity, M Crane, C. Vineent, C. Bush. Second Row: D. Gray, W. Johnson. T. Cunistoek. J. Silkwoml, R. Kilmer, J. Eve-rly, E. Slim ' . . A 1 Y - Q ' M. bmium, M. J. Lloyd. Ii. laik.. l'.. Ott. lloltoni Row: V. Vogel, S. Grow, G. Vnirel. J. l4HI1H.llllQ'. G. KL-ini, G. Schwartz, L. Airmet, Il Robertson, R. Chaplnan. Q, H 4 it Q Top Row: A. Pattison. ll. Seal, F. Stevens, E. Perry, IJ. Morris, K. Bell. E. Booth, R. Wissel, P. Korn, A, Pendleton. Second Row: 0. Clemens, C. Stickney, E. Kozacek, T. Lewis, C. Gray, C. Hatfield, V. Mcllorman, K. Okumoto, E. Fujii, B. Speer. Bottom Row: D. Allen, D. Rich, R. Hays. F. Blecha, Mr. Keyes, A. Fuleher, W. Stewart, C. Keffer M. Morrow . AG CLUB President - - - FRANK BLECHA Vice-President - - EARL PERRY Secretary - KIYOSHI OKUMOTO Treasurer - - EDSON FUJI! A new organization has been admitted to the Student Body of Nampa High School known as the Ag Club. To develop leadership, improve the knowledge of parliamentary procedure and increase the boys' ability to make farming more enjoyable and worthwhile financially is the purpose of this club. Mr. Keyes, a new instructor this year, has assisted the group in carrying out its various projects. A pest control contest in the fall ended with the losing team giving the winning side an ice-skating party and Weiner roast at Dry Lake. Debates on farm problems were held throughout the year to further the knowledge of agricultural developments. Organizing a soft ball team, helping with the 4-H show at the May Fete, putting on part of a student assembly and a swimming party at the park completed a busy season for the boys. G. A. A. President - RITA IVIARTINEALI Vice-President - - - IRAN KELLY Secretary - MARY ELIZABETH BAPTIST Treasurer - - - ALviNA MARTINHAI1 The Girls' Athletic Association was organized three years ago to give girls an opportunity to earn a school letter by taking part in athletics. The girl who wears the G. A. A. letter has shown herself a skilled player of basketball, volley- ball and softball and an eager participant in tumbling, hiking, table tennis, skating and square dancing. Tournaments between classes drew much interest. The most outstanding was the table tennis contest between Ione Cummins and Ursula Mathias. Ione was the victor. Other functions of the club included two partiesg one a get-acquainted evening of play, the other an initiation of new members. A play-day at Boise in March and another at the College of Idaho in April were enjoyed by the represen- tatives elected from the group. Miss I-Iagelin, adviser, accompanied the group on these two trips. Preparation of a tumbling alCt and a square dance for the May Fete concluded the year's activities. 1. . f 1' -I r .Y ."- N1 - - l .4 -I L - Top Row: H. Porter. V. Mattox. I.. Tiser. l.. Irrrens, M. East, P. Ashton, J. McCall, I. Lockwood H. Pascoe. U. Mathias. D. I-Iasselb1'ing', R. Lyons. A. Smith. H. Engelhardl. B. Barrier. Second Row: I. Howard, H. Barnhnrt, IS. Lawrenee, I. Cummins, I.. Il. Grow, I. J. Jackson, M. A Ayers, H. Alcorn, I-I. Thompson, ld. Pulse, V. Past-oe. C. Tullis, M. Pryor. ll. Evans. Hotunn Row: Miss Hauelin, A. Hynek, C. Wagle, K. Fronsilahl, E. Sve-din, R. Martineau. J. Kelly A. Martint-au, M. E. Ba mtist, li. Newland. M. Wilson. D. Ii. Sehrnll, IG Cenrley, J. Carson. Y I' Ax! Top Row' M. Dostal, G. Prohaska, E. Woodford, J. Rau", M. Parkinson, H. Tislf. ' M k H P it 1 P. Bennett. Bottom Row: S. Dowdle, F. Austin. 14. Beaty, Miss Day. J. M. Broc us, . 0' e'. t DECLAMATIGN To learn to speak distinctly, to interpret with ease and ability, and to bring entertainment and joy to the community in which they live is the purpose of the students who take declamation under the direction of Miss Glennie Day. Many readings were given before down-town clubs and organizations during the year. Each student cut his own reading from the work of an acceptable author in accordance with state rules. These were given first for the elimination contest between the High School and Junior High School. At the district N. F. L. conference, Ralph McColm placed first in original oratory and in dramatic declamation. Georgia Hart received third in the dramatic division, and Mildred Parkinson was rated second in humorous readings. Ralph received excellent in dramatic declamation at the District Festival in Meridian and excellent at the State Meet in Burley. TI-IESPIANS AND PLAY PFQGDUCTION President - - I. O. Youwo Vice-President - FRANK WITMER Secretary - - - ROBERTA ORD Treasurer - KATHLEEN R1oRoAN The Thespians were organized to enable the dramatic students to get better acquainted and to learn more about the art of speech and acting. Most of the members of the Play Production Class are also members of this group. Its meetings are held every second and fourth Thursday of each month. As a part of their program, club members put on several student-directed plays which were repeated at the request of other organizations. May 7, the Thespians held a combination party and dance at which time the next year's ofhcers were introduced. The Play Production Class is composed of students who are interested in the study of drama and in acquiring valuable experience through an opportunity to appear in plays. To be eligible for enrollment each student must appear in a try-out and receive the approval of Miss Day, dramatics instructor. For its annual Student Body play, the class selected "Wings of the Morning," a combination of fantasy, drama and comedy. The contest play this year was a fantasy, "The Wonder Hat." At the Dis- trict Contest at Meridian, the play was given a superior rating. f 4 I 1 .n'5""' Top Row: F. Lewis. R. MeColni. M. Crane, C. Airenbroad. M. J. Petty. R. Sale, B. Hussey, J Hunuaker. N. Greenfield. Sr-cond Row: R. Chase, B. Keiin. lb. Eshelman, N. Hobza. M. Hostal, R. Nelson, R. Bennett. V liliekenstuill J. Swayne. Bottom Row: H. Fisk, L. Blair, A. Morgan, R. Ord. F. Wilmer, J. O. Young. K. Riordan J. Hedrieh, H. Henrickson. Miss Day. A .an la. .. .ui-is. in Top Row: V. Vogel, C. Krebs, L. Gilbert, R. Chase, M. John, B. Edmark, L. McMichael, S. Jeppesen E. Duncan, A. Cramer, J. Newman. O. Klemens, 0. Irish, A. Fulcher. Second Row: F. Hicks, G. Hiemstra, Mr. Smith, G. Schwartz, J. Hyslop, E. John. W. Gundy, G. Gundy. H. Henrickson, F. Giese, G. Hart, R. Bennett. Bottom Row: C. M. Carter, R. Johnson, E. B. Cooke. J. Koutnik, B. Dick, J. Swayne, J. Hunsaker, H. Engelhardt, A. Morgan. L. Blair, H. Fisk, A. Spencer, Mr. Coker. CURIA CLUB, DEBATE AND N. F. L. First Semester Second Semester President ORVILLE IRisH Iumon I-lYsLoP Vice President HELEN Fisk IEAN I-luNsAKER S ecrefar y- Treasurer IUNE NEWMAN OSCAR KLEMEN5 An opportunity for students to voice their views on current problems was offered by a debating society called the Curia Club. Round table discussions and mock trials were held at the regular meetings under the guidance of Mr. Smith and Mr. Coker, advisers. Attendance at a District Court session in Caldwell March 30, disclosed many interesting facts about court procedure. The Liar,s Convention, with jack Dick carrying off top honors, and a dinner dance completed the program for the year. Nampa's N. F. I.. chapter had the honor this year of being host to the Western District Meeting of the League. This verbal conclave drew nearly sixty students from Hve states. Under the able guidance of Mr. Ruiz, adviser of the local chapter, the meeting proved very successful. Debate teams were direcetd by Tracy Coker this year. Matches with sur- rounding schools :md tournaments offered competitive experience for debaters. Velma Blickenstaff and Ralph McColm have achieved the "Degree of Dis- tinction". an honor conferred by the N. F. L. Ofiicers are chosen every month by the different divisions of the club. SCIENCE CLUB First Semester Officers Second Semester Officers President , 0RI.ANlJ Rievuoums MAsA NAKAMURA Z., Vice-President " MAsA NAKAMURA ORLANIJ Rievwows - t Secretary-Treasurer 3 Iurm SWAYNIA: Iuuzx SVVAYNIZ Sergeant-fit-Arms ROlHiR'I' lfisiusie EDWARD BONIIAM The outstanding undertaking of the Science Club for the present year was the completion of the Payer-Davis telescope and observatory. Considerable inter- est was displayed in this project by both students and outsidersg many taking advantage of this opportunity to view the stars. Another activity sponsored during the year of '39 and '40 was an all-school carnival February 9, under the direction of the scientists. Edward Bonham, -lean - .. Hunsaker, Cloyd Krebs, -Iulia Swayne and Stewart Tidwell served on the com- 4. mittees that planned this event. As their portion of the Science assembly May 9, the group presented a series of skits showing some of the devices used by police in making scientiflc detection of criminals. The spring picnic varied from other years in that the "test tubersu journeyed to Arrowrock Dam. May 28, and returned to Julia Davis Park for L1 hamburger fry. F Science Club advisers are Miss Payer and Mr. Ludlow. 1 . ,1 si -,, 1 Top Ron: J. Obersl, N. Johnson. H. lionhaui. li. Txviiehvll, R. Fisher, V. VVootls. A. 0'Brie-n, W. 'A KI:-ilwlx M. Him-ks. 0. Clemens. Fc-eoml limi: S. 'l'iilwt-II, M. lxrelrs, .I. Ilunsnks-r, ll. Nelson, M. Hostal, V. lilii-ks-listall, H. Clmse. I.. Snyqlt-V. F. Krebs, 0. Irish. Ilutlnm Raw: IP. VVi-nver. M. Nnkaimura, Mr, Ludlow, 0. Reynolds, Misa- Payer. J. Swayne. ll. Robertson. . i, Top Row : F. D. Knipe. Bottom Row: Spenger, B. Ean. R. Gott, J. Altizer, G. Krueger, G. Evans, D. Wright, W. Fronsdahl, Mr. Cowin. C. Bush, M. Adamson. V. Vogel, B. Hoover. A. O'Brien. Mr. Ludlow. RADIO CLUB To promote an interest in radio, both as a hobby and as a profession, is the purpose of the Radio Club. Many of its members are keenly interested in con- tacting new "hams" and spend all their spare moments trying to bring in unfam- iliar stations. Vance Vogel is the only licensed operator with the call W7GQG, but several of the boys are looking forward to this achievement. The most important activity of the year was the installation of the Public Address System in the high school auditorium. This system makes it possible for the Sophomores seated in the back of the room to hear the programs during the assemblies. An elaborate set-up was arranged for the Student Body play, "Wings of the Morningn, allowing a good reception in all parts of the auditorium. Candy selling at the basketball games provided the necessary funds for improvement on equipment. An annual spring picnic for the group, accompanied by their sponsor, Mr. Ludlow, completed the activities for another year. oX,i K' l limn-1' lm-H: 'l'i'v VVinm'1'! lholisllliws ut G. A. A. inilialiun. lim:-1' Right: Tin 1ul'l'crl waxy in xxilik il' yuu il5lVC'll'l is'al'lif'li. limu-r L1-fl Vvlltm-i': l'l'i4im4 on tink foutixsxll buys but not in vic'iul'y. Imwa-1' L1-I'! f'i'll14'l'Z lfuul' grins iirvvt lin' r:m1vl':1 un thu l'iX11lm'1'l"s 5-:lin hay riflv. 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