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To the memory of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who lived and died for the
spirit of peace and freedom, we proudly dedicate this annual.
A natural born leader and worldly known humanitarian, Mr. Roosevelt
inspired millions with his unbreakable determination to elevate world
progress. Let us never forget his immortal words, "The only thing we
need fear is fear itself."
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' CLASS OF 1945:
' I wish to compliment the teachers and stu-
? dents responsible for the publication of this high
school annual. It is an even greater accomplish-
W. E. GILLAM , K 1 ment when the odds that present themselves today
I are considered.
Never in the history of America do we owe so much to the splendid spirit in our
youth. The fine spirit of adventure in our young people has carried our very war effort
to the gates of Berlin and Tokyo. The secret of success in any field seems to be the spirit
of adventure. No matter what new'work one wants to take up, from book selling to
whale fishing, one cannot make the most of one's opportunities if one keeps too many
shore lines. Had Christopher Columbus tried to look after his banana stand during the
day time and devoted only his evenings to searching for continents he would never have
discovered America. i
W. E. GILLAM, Superintendent.
The Class of 1945 have our best wishes for a future
filled with new opportunities to help rebuild the war-
torn world. Your success will depend upon your ability
to give your best for the service ofiothers.
CLASS OF 1945:
To you this commencement is a significant
occasion-one which marks the end of one period
of life and the beginning of another. It means, of
course, the end of your instruction under local ILLMORTH ,
supervision. Indeed, it means the end of formal
schooling for many of you, and it means the end of many Hne associations in
Nampa Senior High School. , ,g 1
But more important, it marks the beginning of a sense of greater responsibility on
your part. Some parental coercion frequently accompanies one through high school, but ? fd
it seldom extends beyond that point. From this time on much depends upon you as all-"""'Z2:-a 41641
individualg from now on you will be largely "on your own," making your own decisionsui ,
enjoying the fruits of your own endeavor, and suffering the consequences of your own 7 ' N
mistakes. 'A' 74"-I
On behalf of the entire faculty, I want to congratulate you upon your accomplish-f,,,,,,f 75454,
ment in having completed the requirements for graduation from high school. It was no ., .
mean achievement, it required diligence and exertion. May you be rewarded amply for '
your effort. And know you, one and all, that whatever joy and success may come to you Z9 .1
in the future will make us glad. L15 ary-.-C4
H. F. WILLMORTH, Print'ipal.ZL, 4,
Mus. ILISTINA CORT:
Transcriber. Registrar, and Secretary to
Principal Harold Willmorth.
Miss Rosie BA1-1RYcHuK:
Attendance clerk, Receptionist, and Secre-
tary to Principal Harold Willmorth.
.Tustina Cort R. Bahrychuk
MRs. NCRMA BECHTEL: World History and English IV. Redlands
University, B. A.: Columbia University, M. A.: University of
Miss ANNIE LAuR1E B1RD: United States History and Government.
Adviser of: Spiz Club and Senior Class. College of Idaho, B. A.:
Columbia University, M. A.: Reed College: University of Wash-
ington: University of Southern California.
MR. WEBSTER L. CALDWELL: Advanced Algebra, Aeronautics, Trigo-
nometry. Physics. Adviser of: Explorer Club. Organizer and
Adviser of,Service Club. College of Idaho, B. A.: University of
Miss MINA CONRAD: Bookeeping I, II: Business Arithmetic. and Com-
mercial Law. Adviser of: Girl Reserves. College of Idaho: Uni-
versity of Idaho: Armstrong Business College, B. A.. M. S.
MRS. GERALDINE CRusE: Biology. College of Idaho.
MR. WM. CUNNINGHAM: Boys' P. E. Lewiston Normal: Albany
College: Summer School at Northwest Nazarene College.
MR. GERALD DELLINGER: Director of Physical Education, Head
Athletic Coach. Adviser of: Blu-N Club. University of Idaho,
B. A.: Creighton University, M. A.
MRS. KARLEEN DELLINGER: Shorthand and Typing. University of
Idaho Southern Branch: University of Idaho: University of Ore-
gon, B. A.: University of Utah: Colorado State College of Edu-
MRS. MARGARET DUNBAR: Spanish I, II and Iournalism. Adviser of:
Growl, Sage, Quill 8 Scroll, and Spanish Club. College of Idaho:
University of Idaho. B. A.
Miss MIRIAM EASTLY: English III, Economics. Yakima Valley Ir.
College: Northwest Nazarene College.
MRs. FERN FREEMAN: School Nurse.
MR. GROVE M. I-IADDOCK: American History, Sociology, Economics.
Adviser of: Boys and Iunior Class. Brigham Young University.
A. B.: University of Ida .
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Miss EVELYN HAGELIN: English II. Wellesley College, B. A.: Uni-
versity of California, M. S.
MR. C. N. I'IARRlSI Kansas State Teachers College. Western Wash-
ington State, Lewiston Normal, University of Idaho, B. S., Uni-
versity of Washington.
MR. HOWARD A. I-IARTMAN: Band and Mixed Chorus. College of
Idaho: University of Idaho.
MISS ANN HYSLOP: Girls' P. E. Adviser of: G. A. A. College of
Idaho, B. A.: University of Washington.
MR, PAUL A. JONES! World History and Biology I. Adviser of:
Sophomore Class. Coe College: University of Idaho, B. S. tEdl.
Miss FRANCIS LARSEN: Homemaking. Adviser of: Sophomore Class
and Home Economics Club. University of Idaho, B. S. '
Miss MARY A. LucAs: Librarian and English IV. University of
Minnesota, A. B.: University of Washington, . A.
MR. PAUL L. LUDLOWZ Biology I, II, Ilhemistry. Adviser of: Science
Club. Lindfield College, B. A.: University of Washington: Uni-
versity of California: Utah State College: College of Idaho.
MR. LA VERNE L. MARTIN: Radio. Adviser of: Senior Class, Radio
Club, McPherson College, B. S.: University of Idaho, S. B.: Uni-
versity of Chicago: University of Southern California, M. A. in
MR. LEO MATI-usws: World History, Latin. Adviser oi: Debate.
Iunior Varsity Basketball, Latin Club. Lewiston and Albion
Normal: College of Idaho, Q B.: University of Idah , M. A.
Miss IOSEPHINE PAYER: Plane Geometry, Solid Geometry, and Busi-
ness Arithmetic. Advisor of: Honor Society. Northwest Uni-
versity, M. S.: University of Idaho, B. S.
MR. I. C. QUINLY: Machine Shop. Adviser of: Machinist Club.
Sweeny Vocational School in Kansas City, Missouri.
MR. IOHN A. RuPaRT: Industrial Arts Wood Shop, Algebra, Mechan-
ical Drawing. Adviser of: Rifle Club. Nazarene College: Uni-
versity of Idaho: Oregon State College.
MISS DILLA TUCKER: En lish, and Drama. Adviser of: Silver N,
Thespians. Pasadena College, B. A.: College of Idaho: Univers-
ity of Washington: University of Oregon, Northwestern.
MRS. Lois WENNSTROM: Typing I, II. Adviser of: Girl Reserves.
Willamette University, B. A.: State College of Washington, M. A.
MR. VAucHN Hmrza: Vocational Agriculture.
Miss VIVIAN STONE.: Art. University of Idaho: Art Institute of Chica-
go, B. A.: Chouinard Art Institute of Los Angeles.
MRS. EDNA WILKENING: English II. Adviser of: Girls and junior
Clags. gggiitmanz Lewiston Normal: University of Idaho, Mills,
B, . Q .
Top Row: D. Dunn, P. Little, B. Wilkerson. D. Comstock, L. Cheney, D. Tiegs. G. Stuart, J. George, A. Mallea
J. McNeil. Middle Row: F. Hershberger, P. Busby, R. Brubaker, G. Harmon, C. Wittenberger, L. B1-assay, S
Booth, R. Schneider, G. Guentz. Bottom Row: D. Wittenberger, J. Rehm, G. Cushman, D. Massey, B. Fuller. B
Rodwell. A. Hooker, M. Cook, L. Essington, L. Florey, P. I-Iankins.
L. Liechty, Pres.
D. Massey, Vice Pres.
A. Hooker, Scc'y
Led by their versatile president, Leroy Liechty, the Student Council composed of student
body oflicers, class presidents and home-room representatives promoted many worthwhile projects
during the school year.
Among the things accomplished was the establishing of the school cafeteria, the securing of
ai service man's honor roll, the formation of the Recreation Center, the adopting of a new consti-
tution, and the V-E Day assembly. -
To promote XVar Bond and Stamp sales, Boise invited Nampa and Caldwell to participate in a
contest which started in November. Nampa carried away the victory and was awarded a gold
trophy by Boise, the Challengers.
The various duties of the organization included: approving the budget, promoting better
sportsmanship, approving publication heads, and electing student Rotarians for each month. The
Rotarians elected were Leroy Liechty, Rex Bixby, Don Keim, Fred Hershberger, Gerald Guentz
and Bob Fuller.
A Student Council party was given in the latter part of the year. Gerald Guentz, Don Tiegs,
Bonnie Rodwell, Marie Cook, and Ruby Schniecler formed the committee in charge of it.
Edson Deal, serving as chairman of the school board this year, was assisted by Lester Hamilton,
vice-chairman, B. G. Davies, E. G. Chaffer, C. M. Corlett, and Mrs. Grace Keim.
The major project caried out by the board was the remodeling of the new homemaking depart-
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The Senior Class of "45" fondly recalls its three industrious
happy years at H. S.
As Sophomores they chose the motto "Today we launch,
where do we anchor?" Blue and white were selected as class
colors and the red rose for the flower.
In their junior year they honored the Seniors by the Junior-
Senior Prom. "Suddenly It's Spring" was the theme with gay
flowers and frolicking lambs carrying out the motif.
Energetic Bob Fuller was chosen as Senior Class presidentg
Bob Fuller' president Jim Walls, vice president, who moved to Oregon and was later
replaced by Fred Hershbergerg and Barbara Willmorth, secretary.
Serving as advisers were Miss Annie Laurie Bird and Mr. LaVerne Martin.
Dances were sponsored following two football games with the familiar 'ijuke box"
providing the music.
The tradition of former years was again carried out with the annual Sneak Day
' held March 30. Not even rain could dampen the holiday spirit.
Early in the year, caps and gowns were unanimously chosen for Baccalaureate and
One of the final touches of the high school life was the Senior Luncheon held May
14. Gerald Guentz, Helen Thomas, Fred Hershberger, and Duane Thueson comprised
the committee. Q
Baccalaureate Exercises held on May 13, contained a serious note this year. The
Rev. I. J. Brame was the main speaker for the occasion. On the following Thursday,
Commencement was held thus completing the high school term.
Fred 1'I9I'Sl'llJC1'L1'Cl', vice president
Barbara Willmorth, secretary
NORNIA IEAN ANDERSON! Mixed Choir: Girl Reserves.
NIEVES ARANO: Home Ec. Secretary-Treasurer: Girl Re-
serves: G. A. A.: Spiz: Rifle Club: Basketball.
PHYLLIS ARMSTRONG! Northwest Nazarene College.
BERNICE MYRTLE ATI-IERTON: Girl Reserves: Home Ec,
I. WILLIAM BAER: U. S. Navy.
EVELYN MAXINE BALTAzoR: G. A. A., President: Volley
Ball: Basketball: Softball.
FERN BATEMAN: G. A. A.: Softball: Volleyball.
MARY MELBA Io BELL: Girls' Glee Club.
EILEEN BENNETT: Latin Club.
PATRICIA ANN BENNETT: Choir: Sage Collector: Home
Ee: Spanish Club: Spiz Club: Victory Corps.
SHIRLEY JEAN BooTI-1: Spiz: Girl Reserves, Vice Presi-
dent: Choir, President: Latin Club: Sage Collector:
DONALD R. BOWER: Science Club: Spanish Club: Radio
Club, Vice President: Sage. Feature Editor: Honor
BARBARA IEAN BDWER: Spanish Club: G. A. A.: Basket-
ball. Sheridan, Oregon: Sister, Oregon.
FLORENCE L. BOYLES: Pocatello Senior High School.
AuDRAE LA VoN BRASSEY: Sophomore Service Club:
French Club, President: Honor Society, Secretary:
Quill and Scroll, Vice President: Spiz: Student Coun-
cil: Debate: Growl, News Editor. Assistant Editor.
FRANK M. BRONVNZ Rifle Club: Machinists' Club.
NORMA JEAN BRoW.I: Girls' Glee Club: Choir: Girl Re-
serves. Kuna High School: Star High School.
GEORGE RICHARD BROWN! Sophomore Basketball: Sopho-
Inore Football: Choir: Latin Club: Blu N Club: Vars-
GlLBER'FA Ru'rH BRUEAKER: Band: Majorette: Silver N:
Victory Corps: Student Council: Blu N: Spiz: Yell
Leader: Sage, Reporter, Ass't. Organization Editor.
Organization Editor: Mixed Choir: Quill and Scroll.
PHYLLIS MARIE BusBY: Spiz: Service Club: Sage, Report-
er, Feature Editor, Assistant Editor, Editor-in-Chief:
Sophomore Class Treasurer: Victory Corps: Student
Council: Planning Board: Quill and Scroll: Student
P. T. A. Council.
PHYLLIS ARLENE CHILDS: Home Ec: Dramatics: Silver
N: G. A. A.: Radio Plays: Thespians.
CHESTER CLEMMENS: Armed Forces.
MoNA RAE CLEMENT: Sage Collector: Mixed Choir: Spiz:
Home EC: Spanish Club, Secretary.
BONNIE DELL CoMs'rocK: Home Ee: Girl Reserves: G. A.
A.: Silver N: Glee Club.
CLAUDE B. CODY: Sophomore Football: Sophomore Bas-
ketball: l-li-Y, Chaplain: Varsity Baseball, Manager:
Radio Club: Iunior Varsity Basketball.
LucILLE V. CoPEs: Mixed Choir: Spanish Club: Home
Ec: Girl Reserves,
RICHARD EARL CRILL: Baseball: Hi-Y: Rifle Club: Radio
Club: F. F. A.
CAROLYN CUTLER: G. A. A.
WILLIAM IACKSON DAVIS: Sophomore Baseball: Varsity
Football: Varsity Baseball: Blu N, President.
GLENN DECKER! Armed Forces.
EILENE DILLON: Mixed Choir. Hastings, Nebraska: Burr
IOHN D. DONAT: Varsity Basketball: Hi-Y, Treasurer:
Growl: Golf: Tennis: Quill and Scroll.
KEITH A. DRAKE! Dance Band: Band: Explorer Club,
GRACE DUNN: G. A. A.
MARJORIE DuRsToN: U. S. Cadet Nurse Corps.
NORMA IEAN DLISPIVA: Sophomore Service Club, Secre-
tary: Student Council: G. A. A., Treasurer: Latin
Club: Girl Reserves, Secretary: Service Club, Secre-
tary: Honor Society: Thespian: Science Club, Presi-
dent: Growl, Girls' Sports Reporter: Quill and Scroll.
AGNES CATHERINE DvoRAK: G. A. A.: Girl Reserves:
CHARLES LEE DYER: LI. S. Armed Forces.
LYLE L. ELWOOD: Varsity Football: Varsity Baseball:
Machinist Club: U. S. Marine Corps. Cozad,
LOVETRA EDDLEMON: Mixed Choir: Spiz.
ELDON FARM! U. S. Armed Forces.
COLLEEN Io FEAGINS: G. A. A., President: Honor Society:
Girl Reserves: Basketball. Meridian High School.
IRIS VINEAI. FINCH: Girl Reserves: Latin Club: G. A. A.:
Glee Club, Secretary: Office Monitor.
COLLEEN P. FLANERY:
EILEEN I. FOLKERTS: G. A. A.
KENNETH D, FRONSDAHLZ
ROBERT L. FuI.LER: Student Council: Sage Collector:
Blu N Club: Secretary of Blu N: Sophomore Basket-
ball: Sophomore Football: Varsity Baseball: Varsity
Basketball: Senior Class President: Planning Board:
Victory Corps: Student Coach QFootballj: Latin
Club. Coeur d'Alene High School: San Diego, Cali-
LORRAINE FUNDEREURG: G. A. A., President: Basket-
ball: Softball: Home Ee.
MARCELLA IEAN GROSS: Student Council: Majorette: G.
A. A.: Girl Reserves: Sextet. Burley High School.
GERALD GUENTZ: Radio Club: Rifle Club: Mixed Choir:
Band, Vice President: Student Council: Dance Band:
Baseball: Varsity Football: Sage Collector: Sage
Staff, Music, Grganizations: Golf: F. F. A.: Sopho-
BLOUNT HALL: Creston High School, Creston, Iowa.
Shenandoah High School, Shenandoah, Iowa.
lVlll.DRED KATHERINE HANNONC Band, Secretary: Silver
N: Girl Reserves, President: Sophomore Service Club:
Student Council: Science Club: G. A. A.: Orchestra:
MARJORIE N. HASTINGS:
FRED HERSHBERGERZ Senior Class Vice President: Vars-
ity Football: Blu N: Baseball: Student Rotarian: Ra-
dio Club: Rifle Club.
T. J agger
ANITA ROSE l-looKEia: Spizg Tennis: Victory Corps:
Sophomore Service Club: Student Council: Secre-
tary of Student Body: Sage Typist: Honor Society:
Home Ec: Merit Board.
DAWNA NADYENE HOOVER2 y
Lois INGRAM: Student Council: Sophomore Service Club:
Rilie Club: Quill and Scroll, President: Victory Corps.
Honor Society: Service Club: Growl, Exchange Ed-
itor, Feature Editor. News Editor, Assistant Editor,
Editor: Planning Board: Student P. T. A. Council.
TWLYA VERLE IAGGER: Spanish Club. Northwest Naz-
RODNEY C. IoHNsoN: Rifle Club: Machinist Club.
WILDA M. IoHNsoN: Home Ec: Glee Club: Spanish Club.
IANICE E. IoNEs: Growl: Softball.
MARIORIE IANE IORDAN: Sage Collector: Silver N: Spiz:
Honor Society: Sage. Typist: Oflice Monitor.
EONALD STANLEY KEIM: F. F. A., Secretary. President:
Hi-Y, President, Chaplain: Radio Club: Explorer
Club: Student Council: Student Rotarian.
IAN KEIM: Thespian Club, President. Vice President.
Secretary: F-l Club: Silver N, Vice President.
BETTY M. KELLY: Girl Reserves: Growl, Departments,
Exchanges, Feature Editor, Page Editor, Assistant
Editor. Managing Editor: Quill and Scroll, Secretary.
Hollister High School. Walla Walla High School.
FRED RICHARD K11.zER: F. F. A., Treasurer.
SHIRLEY KINDALL: Sage Collector: Spiz. Meridian High
LORRAINE BARBARA KLAS: Band: Mixed Chorus: Girl Re-
Erves: Honor Society: Play: Debate. Colome, South
JAMES E. KLING: Rifle Club: Machinist Club, Sergeantf
At-Arms: Hi-Y: Sophomore Basketball,
LAVERNA MAE Korxo: Kuna High School.
IACQUE KOVANDA: Silver N: Home Ec: Spiz: Glee Club:
Football Queen: North High, Omaha, Nebraska.
OLGA KATHERINE KOZACEK: G. A. A.
FAYE A. KREGER: Sophomore Service Club: Girl Re-
serves: Spanish Club: Honor Society.
ANNABEL LEE: Band, Drum Major. Drum Majorette: Pep
Band: Spiz: Tennis: F-1 Club: Spanish Club: Home
Ec: Sage Collector.
LUCILLE FLORENCE LENZ: Home Ec.
BONITA ANN LEWIS: Mixed Chorus: Spiz: Sage Collec-
tor: Victory Corps.
Iosepu LEROY L1EcHTv: Student Body President: junior
Class President: Varsity Football, Captain: Sage,
Cartoonist: Varsity Baseball: Blu N: Band: Track:
U. S. Navy.
LESTER G. LITTLE: F. F. A.: Rifle Club: Track.
PHYLLIS Loosu: G. A. A.
GLORIA ORLENE LovAAs: Mixed Choir: Girl Reserves:
Latin Club: Home Ec: Office Monitor.
DOROTHY MAE LYDON: Growl, Copy Desk Editor: Girl
Reserves: G. A. A.: Latin Club, Treasurer: Science
Club: Quill and Scroll: Silver N: Sophomore Service
THOMAS Bunn LYDA: Varsity Football: Varsity Baseball:
Rifle Club. President: Honor Society: Student Coun-
ARLIE LYoNs: G. A. A.: Baseball: Volleyball.
VIRGINIA MABE: Band: Silver N: Mixed Choir, Secretary.
Treasurer: Honor Society.
VAN NEss MAFEIT: Silver N: Spanish Club.
CHARLES C. MANNHALTER: Band: Varsity Football: Poca-
tello High School. Manual Art's High School, Los
Angeles, California. Montebello High School, Montef
BETTY IEAN MANNING: Spiz, President, Sergeant-of-Arms:
Sage Collector: Service Club, Vice President: Latin
Club: Victory Corps.
ARLENE MARTIN: Sophomore Class Representative: Spiz:
THERESA C. MARTiNEAu: G. A. A.
VIVIAN DARLENE MASSEY: Sophomore Class President:
Iunior Class Representative: Student Body Vice Pres-
ident: Tennis: Band: Glee Club Accompanist: Pep
Band: Orchestra: Silver N, Vice President: Sage
Staff, Feature Editor, Music Editor: Merit Board:
D. A. R.: Sophomore Service Club: Spiz, Vice Presi-
dent: Honor Society: Latin Club, Consul.
WILLIAM MITCHELL MATHISEN: Growl, Advertising Man-
.ager, Business Manager: Thespian. President, Vice
President: Service Club: Quill and Scroll, Treasurer:
Debate. Debate Manager: Dramatics: Silver N: Ra-
dio Plays: Spanish Club.
CHARLOTTE LouIsE McCoLI.uM: Camera Club, Secre-
tary: Spiz: Sage Collector: Machinists' Club: Student
Council: Spanish Club, Vice President. Long Beach
Polytechnic High School.
LENORA B. MCFADDEN: Girl's Glee Club: Girl Reserves:
Spanish Club. Treasurer.
LEATHA ROENA MCINTIRE! Home Ec: Silver N.
LAVON D. MILLER: Girls' Glee Club: G. A. A.
GLENN ADwoN MONTAGUE: Student Council: Sage Col-
lector: Blu N: Band, President, Secretary: Varsity
Football: Varsity Basketball: Sage, Assistant Sports
Editor, Sports Editor: Choir, Conductor: Dance
Band: Soph-Frosh Football: Silver N.
' C. McCollum
XNILBURTA MooRE: Home Ec.
RuLoN NELSON: LI. S. Armed Forces.
SHIRLEY NEWBY: Cv. A. A., Vice President: Rifle Club.
BERYL IANICE NEWMAN: Band: Tennis: Camera Club'
Machinist Club, Secretary-Treasurer.
RALPH LowELL ORcuTT: Rifle Club: F. F. A.: Explorers'
BETTY Io ORMSBY! G. A. A.: Spanish Club.
GILA ILENE OVERHOLSER: Sophomore Scholastic Society-
Girl Reserves: Honor Society.
PATRICIA LOIS PACKARD! Science Club: Girl Reserves-
BONITA E, PARRIS: Glee Club.
TED PENNINGTON: LI. S. Armed Forces.
Gl.ADYS LEANNA PENZIEN: G. A. A.
RENA BEA PIPKIN: Girl Reserves, Treasurer: Radio Club,
Secretary-Treasurer: Honor Society.
VIRGINIA ELAINE POWERS! G. A. A.
RONALD MILTON RAwLINs: Sage, Business Manager: Latin
Club: Track: Varsity Football: Blu N: Service Club,
President: Rifle Club: Sophomore Service Club, Vice
President: Honor Society: Student Council.
BONNY Lou RODWELL: Camera Club: Sophomore Class
Secretary: Tennis: Sophomore Service Club: Victory
Corps: Student Council: Spiz: Blu N: Yell Queen:
Home Ec: Planning Board.
DEAN RoIvIPI-I: LI. S. Armed Forces.
IEANNIE RUTHERPORD: Spiz: Mixed Choir: Home Ee.
BETH SADLER: Growl, News Editor, Sports Writer: Hon-
or Society: Quill and Scroll, Sergeant-At-Arms: Sci-
ence Club: Home Ec: Spanish Club: Girl Reserves:
Sophomore Service Club: Latin Club, Praetor.
Rum' SCHNEIDER: Spanish Club: Spiz Club: Co-Lettuce
Bowl Queen. Osborne High School, Osborne, Kan-
RUTH SCHNEIDER: Spanish Club, Treasurer: Spiz: Sage
Collector: Co-Lettuce Bowl Queen. Osborne High
School, Osborne Kansas. '
IANET LEE SHAVER: Spiz: Silver N: G. A. A.: Rifle Club:
MILDRED MARIE SI-IIIvIIvIIN: Home Ec: Girls' Glee Club.
BETTY SIMoNs: G. A. A.: Home Ec.
MARGARET IEAN SIx: Glee Club: Spiz: G. A. A., Secre-
tary. Medford High School, Medford, Oregon.
MARJORIE NADINE SNELL: Sophomore Service Club: Quill
and Scroll: Science Club: Service Club: Growl, Re-
porter, Circulator, News Editor, Assistant Editor.
IUNE B. SPENCER: Weber High School.
KATHRYN E. STEPHENS! Honor Society: Girl Reserves:
Spanish Club: Sophomore Service Club.
PHYLLIS STONE: Student Council: Band, Assistant Li-
brarian: Iunior Class Secretary: Spiz. Secretary:
Sage, Assistant Business Manager, Business Mana-
ger: Victory Corps.
GORDON W. STuART: Science Club: Spanish Club: Stu-
dent Council: Service Club: Honor Society.
PATTY GAY SWIFT! Home Ec: G. A. A., Treasurer: Rifle
glub. Secretary: Machinist Club, Vice President:
BETTE LAWANE SWINDELL:
EVELYN IANE Swoarono: Student Council: Silver N:
Majorette. Pocatello High School.
HELEN RUTH THOMAS: Latin Club. President: Science
Club: Silver N: Thespians: Spiz: Debate: Sage Col-
lector. Franklin High School.
RAY E. THo1viPsoN:
DuANE HEssE T1-iuEsoN: Explorers' Club: Student Counl
cil. Franklin High School. Caldwell High School.
DALE LENWOOD TIDWELL: Varsity Football: Band, Man-
ager: Explorers' Club, Vice President, President:
Thespian, Sergeant-At-Arms: Camera Club: Track:
Science Club: Orchestra: Growl: Silver N: Blu N:
Latin Club: Dance Band: Radio Club: Quill and
Scroll: Sophomore: Service Club.
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DARLENE TOMER: Mixed Choir: Spanish Club.
EDWARD VAN Busicmxz U. S. Armed Forces.
FERN LUCILE VAN HourEN: Band: Latin Club, Secre-
tary: Spiz: Sage, Class Editor: Victory Corps.
WAYNE VAssAR: Varsity Football: Blu N. Kuna High
MAYE VINCENT: G. A. A. Student Council.
ANNA BELLE WALKER! Latin Club.
CARROL JUNE WALLER: Girls' Glee Club: Home Ec.
IIMMY WALLS: U. S. Armed Forces.
IRENE F. WARD: Home Ec: Student Librarian.
NORMA IEAN WARD: G. A. A.: Girl Reserves. Meridian
IEAN S. WEAVER: Girl Reserves: G. A. A.: Home Ec.
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Pep and enthusiasm were actively displayed by the Junior
Class members. Ability in leadership was shown by numerous
students who will be future leaders in community, state, and
Glenn Cushman was elected president, Bill Aschenbrenner,
vice presidentg and Valeta Hershberger, secretary. Mrs. Edna
Wilkening and Mr. Grove Haddock served as advisers.
Glenn Cushman, president "Magic Is the Moonlight" set the mood for the Junior-
Senior Prom held April 20, at the Masonic Temple. The theme
was cleverly carried out with cozy park benches, shrubbery, and
a silvery moon sliining from a star-studded sky.
Aggressive Juniors won recognition inivarsity sports, while others displayed leader-
ship in music, declamation, and debate.
As an emergency measure, necessitated by the war, many Juniors invaded the Amer-
ican History Classes. A special name given them by Miss Annie Laurie Bird was "baby
seniors." This plan will enable them to graduate before the end of their senior year.
With the class motto "Not For School, But Life We Learn" reminding the juniors
of the real purpose of education,ithey are ready to face new problems and apply their
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BETTY CLAIRE WEEKS: Mixed Choir.
LOIS WELLS: Girl Reserves: Growl, Copy Desk: Honor
Society, Vice President: Sophomore Service Club:
Spanish Club: Salutatorian.
FRED WARREN WHEELER: Student Council: Track: Ra-
dio Club: Honor Society.
ELLA MAE WHITE: Mixed Choir: Home Ec.
ELIZABETH WHITTIG: Girls' Glee Club: Girl Reserves:
Cv. A. A.: Volleyball.
BARBARA WILLMORTH: Mixed Choir: Sextet: Latin Club:
Sophomore Service Club: Rifle Club: Girl Reserves:
Student Council: Honor Society, Secretary: Senior
HERALD L. WILLs:
LLOYD ALLEN YOWELL: Sophomore Football: Track: Hi-
Y: Blu N.
MAXINE ELAINE,ZIIvI1vIERIvIAN: Girl Reserves: G. A. A.
Girls' Glee Club, Secretary.
B. Weeks L. Wells F. Wheeler
E. White E. Whittix B. Willmorth
H. Wills I.. Yowell M. Zil11l'llQl'Il"l8ll
Seniors Nui Pictured
CARL E. BABCOCK: Spanish Club. Caldwell High School.
REX BIXBY: LI. S. Navy.
ROBERT BowLEs: Valedictorian. U. S. Navy.
LOUIS E. CHENEY: Student Council. Iackson High School,
MARY IEAN SELL CLARK:
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ROBERT F. GWILLIAM: Silver N: F-1 Club: Thespian Club:
Growl: Explorers' Club: Choir.
DOI.ORES L. HALE:
NORMA LEE HANSEN: U. S. Cadet Nurse Corps.
DALE I-IENDRY: LI. S, Armed Forces.
BETTY Lou IORDAN: Mixed Choir: Spiz. Davis High
MERRILL NETH: Radio Club.
BLAINE WALLAcE: Varsity Football. Adrian High
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"The elevator to success is not running, take the stairs,"
was the snappy motto chosen by the class of "47" as they began
their high school career. The syringa was voted the class flower
and blue and gold the colors.
Efficient officers were elected with Bob Wilkerson as presi-
f-.. dent, Dee Taylor, vice president, and Norma Tiller, secretary.
Bob Wilk erso n, president Sophomore advisers were Miss Francis Larsen and Mr. Paul jones.
A gala event of the year was the election of Patty Hankins
and Bill Waldon as "cupid's ideal couple." They were crowned
by Mr. Harold Willmorth at a Valentine party.
The first dance given by the Sophomores was on March 23. Chairman of the affair
was Dale Faylor with Myrna Knipe, Barbara McCall, Dean Labrum, Philip Burns, Dick
Stroud, and Duane Martindale assisting.
Dues collectors were Bob Myers, jim McNeil, Lila Essington, Pat Robb, Loma Lou
Buck, Bill Wallace, Tom Edmark, and Romona Rouse.
With the exception of several boys who are joining the Navy this summer, most of
the class of "47" will return next fall to further the work they have begun.
Dee Taylor, vice president
Norma Tiller, secretary
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J. Simmons C. Smith D. Snyder S.
M. Swindell E. Sykes C. Taylor J.
B. Tiller D. Towery L. Tullis J.
R. Wakefield B. Wallace B. Ware B.
T. Williams J. Wilson B. Wisely M.
B. Sims G. Smyth D. Stephens
L. Swindle W. Tackett D. Taylor
N. Tiller J. Trimble E. Ulrich
J. Walker R. Waltiiian D. Weible
E. Wilson J. Wilson B. Wohlgamuth
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Cutler, M. Taylor. R. Bixby, 1 Wolfe, D.
Nampa's 1944 eleven, upholding the Bulldog's fighting tradition, emerged Thanks-
giving day taking second place honors in the Big Six Conference with three wins and
five losses. Q
With only five returning lettermen among the S5 gridiron aspirants, the Bulldogs
were hampered from the beginning with inexperience and the youngest team in Nampzfs
Coach Jerry Dellinger worked up a spunky crew in two weeks practice, that
trounced Kunrfs giant team 27-0.
Fighting all the way the Canines went down to a heavier and more experienced
Caldwell team 7-0.
As a result of their first conference title, the Bulldogs broke the Bruin jinx by trim-
ming the Twin Falls eleven 13-6.
Before a capacity crowd, the Nampa crew played a powerful and heavier Coeur
d'Alene team for the annual Lettuce Bowl classic. In a thrill-packed game, the Bulldogs
were beaten by the Northern Idaho Champs 13-7.
On their trip to Pocatello the Canines found the Indians on the war path. After
coming out of ax mid-season slump their tomnlmwk was wielded victoriously for n tally
Varsilq Football---Continued Jia
Determined to gain 21 victory the spunky Bulldogs hit the aGrande ' n ith
ferocity that surprised the Oregon State Champs. In a drizzle that persisted throughout
the game, the hometown team was taken for a 13-0 loss. In this as in nearly every game,
our boys rolled up much more yardage than their opponents.
Seeking revenge for the early loss to Caldwell, our fighting crew met the Codgars
for the Armistice day game. Early in the first quarter big Dale Tidwell, Canine tackle,
hooked a blocked punt and galloped 60 yards for a touchdown. Our second counter
came when Captain Leroy Liechty, came through with a touchdown on a quarterback
sneak. The Cougars came back in the second and fourth to make a final score of 13-12.
Luck was against the Bulldogs in the anticipated Thanksgiving day fracas. The game
belonged to the unbeaten Braves all the way giving a iinal score 26-0.
Those obtaining births on the all-conference team were veterans Leroy Liechty,
halfback, and Bill Davis, tackle. On the second team were Rich Brown and Eldon Farm,
guard and fullback respectively.
Leroy Liechty and Bill Davis were voted most valuable players of the 1944 season.
Lamont Cutler and Bill Aschenbrenner will pilot the squad next season.
Liechty Davis Cutler Farm Aschenbrenner Tidwell
Hayes Cushman Brown Hershberger Moore Richines
lol Row Mr. Dellinirer, D. Schwalbe, G. Cushman, J. Colvin. J. Donal., M. Taylor. Middle Row: H. Wolfe. B. Ful-
lu P Little, M. Hayes. G. Montague. Bottom Row: G. Bodle. P. Brubaker.
With only three returning lettermen and several inexperienced juniors the outlook
for Nampa's cagemen was rather dim.
Playing Coast Dellinger's traditional type of slow break ball the Bulldogs spent
most of the season gaining experience, working hard on fundamentals, and perfecting
their very effective man-to-man defense.
Although looking rather inconsistent during the season, Dellinger's boys displayed
exceptional ability in handing the highly touted Idaho Falls Tigers their only defeat in
conference play. .
In the district tournament the Bulldogs came from the underdog spot to beat Boise
and Meridian. Then before a packed house at Central gymnasium they downed the
favored Emmett Huskies by a score of 31-30, making it Emmett's second defeat of the
year. A loss to Caldwell and Emmett put Nampa in the runner-up spot which made the
Bulldogs a contender for the state trophy at Twin Falls.
After dropping their opener to the veteran Pocatello Indians, the Nampa boys
eliminated Gooding and Preston which gave them the state consolation prize.
During his three years at Nampa, Coach Dellinger has established an enviable basket-
ball record. His teams have won a state championship, state consolation, it Big-Five Con-
ference, a district title and a district runner-up.
The athletic department regrets his leaving and wishes him the best of luck.
Top Row: Coach Cunningham, G. Guentz. B. Cudd, Z. Pierson. D. Carton, G. Clark. Middle Row: R. Kilzer, P.
Austin, D. Crill. B. Fiet. D. Tiegs. B. Fuller. P. Robb. J. McNeil. Bottom Row: R. Newton, R. Grimm. L. Lapp, D
Bybee. G. Faylor, D. Comstock. M. Woodard, D1 Wittenberger, T. White.
The arrival of spring found the Bulldogs working out with only three returning
lcttermen, although 32 hopefuls were on hand and four days later were given a try against
The B team was organized with John Rupert as coach, while Bill Cunningham
piloted the Varsity whose schedule for the season included games with Roswell, Kuna,
Marsing, Payette, Caldwell, Ivlericlian, and Boise.
Answering the summons of Coach Paul Jones 22 eager track enthusiasts reported
for spring training. With only five lettermen the ucinder beaters" consisted mostly of
inexperienced, though plucky material.
With the district and state meets highlighting the season, Nampa successfully com-
peted in at least five other contests.
Top Row: L. Yowell, B. Antrim. S. Trimble, G. Glopier. J. Walker, Mr. Jones. Middle Row: A. Foster, A. Lund-
quisl., L. Trimble. D. Hiner, J. Ragsdale, J. Horton, G. Irgens. W. Tnckett. T. Thompson. Bottom Row: J. Spink
T. Richardson. E. Bradburn. F. Gunther. L. Cutler, R. Rawlins, B. Cooper, D. Fm-linger. B. Myers.
Top Row: A. Mallea, T. Thompson, D. Schwalbe, P. Burns. D. Fai-linger, M. Ftonsdahl. R. Patterson, Mr. Haddock.
Middle Row: Miss Hyslop, B. Bowers, E. Shefstal, L. Tullis, E. Bowers, D. Pritchett., S, Powers. Bottom Row: V.
Hershberger, H. Crofton, P. Junginger, M. Evans, A. Lee, B. Rodwell, A. Hooker, Di'Massey, C. Wittenberger.
Twelve racket wielding cocds, guided by capable Ann Hyslop, carried Nampais
tennis burden through eight scheduled matches. Though each girl had had previous
experience only four were letter winners.
Coaching his first year at Nampa High, Grove M. Haddock found eleven aspiring
tennis athletes eager to prove their ability. After early workouts the team successfully
met their schedule which was brought to a climax by the district match at Boise.
Nampa's enterprising squad built around five returning lettermen, Glenn Cushman,
Gale Fnylor, Dale Faylor, Bill Allen and Bob Wilkerson, showed a very promising year,
Among the 29 golfers, which is the greatest number Nampa has had on a golf ICQIIU,
were some steady sophomores and a group of first year eager freshmen.
With flying colors the boys came through the four scheduled matches with Cald-
well and Boise, and then the team trouped to the Big Six golf meet at Twin Falls where
we were defending State Golf Champs, Nampa having won in '42.
Top. Row: Mr. Dellinger, T. Edmark, S. Trimble, F. Cushman. D. Bader, J. Allen, L. Blickensiali. ljottoin Row: K.
Brown. J. Colvin, J. Donut, N. Sower, G. Cushman, G. Faylor. D. Faylor. G. Harbaugh.
Back Row: W. Wilde, L. Bennett. D. Bybee, P. Robb. B, Myers, B. Wilkerson, J, McNeil, E. Bradburn, D. Stroud. Z.
Pierson. Front Row: D. Bader, D. Tiegs, M. Swindell, B. Keim, J. Schaeffer, K. Brown, R. Luekenga, D. Dunn.
Kneeling: Mr. Cunningham.
The 1945 Bullpups pushed their way through a successful season with six wins,
two ties and one loss.
In September, forty gridiron hopefuls answered Coach Bill Cunningham's call.
Schedule of games: Nampa 26, Middleton Og Nampa 0, Melba 03 Nampa 12, Melba
123 Nampa 19, Homedale 05 Nampa 0, Boise 135 Nampa 26, Boise 63 Nampa 6, Caldwell
Og Nampa 7, Caldwell 05 Nampa 38, Meridian 0.
Under the skillful tutelage of Coach Bill Cunningham the Nampa Bullpups made
an impressive record of winning 24 games and losing 4 during their current season.
Playing S1 fast running, free shooting brand of ball, the underclassmen were usually too
much for their opponents, which often included Class B High Schools.
To complete an already successful season the Bullpups triumphed in a District
Sophomore Tournament held at Meridian.
Top Row: G. Faylor, D. Taylor, B. Myers. J. McNeil, D. Montague. Middle Row: P. Robb, D. Stroud, K. Brown, D
Faylor. Front Row: B. VVilkerson, Mr. Cunningham.
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Left to Right: J. Rohm, B. Rodwell, R. Brubaker, G. Harmon.
Nampa's "yelling four" consisting of: Bonny Rodwell, Yell Queeng Jack Rehm, Yell
Kingg Ruthie Brubaker, Duchess, and George Harmon, Duke, have never before been
surpassed. Always dressed uniformly and neatly, and promoting school spirit at games
by new yells and songs, in pep assemblies, the cheer leaders deserve sincere compliments
With unflagging energy the coaches of Nampa High again succeeded in training
winning teams in all field endeavors.
Gerald Dellinger: Varsity football and basketball.
Bill Cunningham: Sophomore football, basketball, and varsity baseball.
Paul Jones: Assistant Sophomore football and track. .
Grove Haddock: Assistant varsity football and boys' tennis.
Leo Matthews: Junior varsity basketball.
Left to Right.: P. Jones. VV. Cunningham, L. Matthews, G. Haddock, G. Dellimrer.
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T011 ROW: H. Antrim. D. Snyder. R- PRtte1'S0H. R. Berry, D. Stroud, E. Hannon, H. Bar-tels, Mr. Hartman, A. Flow-
ers. E. Brown. G. Montague, W. Harrison, D. Finch. Third Row: L. Nelson, H. Manson, R. Fothergill, J. Colvin, T.
Edmark, D. Cudd. G. Guentz, E. Wagner, P. Hankins, A. Foster. Second Row: M. Hannon, R. Radford, L. Klas. M.
MacGilliv1-ay. B. White, V. Wolfe. E. Bradburn, K. Casper. R. Newton, P. Junging-er, J. Walker, A. Halberg, J. Rehm.
Bottom Row: L. Tullis, A. Martin, K. King, E. Swofiord, S. Stine, C. Scroll, W. Martin, L. Patrick, A. Lee, M. Gross,
Directed by Howard Hartman. the band more than filled its role in the drama of school affairs
Ten high-stepping twirlers led the Band which
football games, but also all home basketball games.
The Band-Mixed Chorus Concert, on February
high spots of a crowded second semester.
turned out in full force, not only to attend the fall
28. and the Music Evaluation Program were the
The oflicers of this year's organization were Glenn Montague, president: Gerald Guentz, vice pres-
ident: Mildred Hannon, secretary: Dorothy Cudd and Alice Halberg, librarians: David Montague and
Tommy Edmark, managers: and Donna lean Snyder and Helen Antrim, custodians.
Growing from the string choir of last year the
orchestra in years to come. Orchestra was held as
The first public appearance of this organization
opening numbers for the December Music lamboree
Ioined by the Glee Club for the main concert of
orchestra's goal is to promote a large symphony
an eight o'clock period with Charles Wilson as
was at the Silver N Pageant. Contributing the
was another first semester activity.
the year, the orchestra contributed "Themes from
Tschaikowsky's Piano Concerto No. I," a violin selection, "The Rain." and other numbers including
solos by Mary Lou Evans. Lois Bailey. Barbara Humpherys, Iune Waterhouse, Helen Antrim, and Eve-
Top Row: M. Keim, H. Antrim, D. Snyder, E. Wagner, E. Hannon. R. Radford. R. Fothergill, Mr. Wilson. Middle
Row: B. Crooks. M. Evans, B. Humpherys, J. VVate1'house, L. Bailey, H. Antrim, M. Hannon. Bottom Row: R.
Rouse. D. Cudd, J. Rehm, F. Sasenbery, C. Rapp.
Top Nehen M Gross, R Rouse, N Brown, V Mabe, J. Booth, D. R. Ol-
Third Row: C. Rapp. E. White. B. Weeks, J. Snyder. J.
E. Ai-ant. D. Tonner, E. Dillon. F. Martin, F. Sasenbery.
M. Abbott, L. Lapp, H. Mansen, R. Dowdle, M. Keim,
Bottom Row: B. Vilisely. E. Cramer. J. Eshelman, G.
e, E. Thomas, B. Jordan.
For the Hrst time in Nampa l-Iigh's history a music jamboree was presented with the help of the
choirdunder the leadership of Howard Hartman who introduced the idea with the hope of making it
a tra ition.
The choir made special appearances at the P. T. A. Milk Fund Iamboree and the annual Kiwanis
banquet. On February 28, the band and choir gave a special concert and at Christmas time presented
a pageant. "Nativity Story." '
An Evaluation Program was held on April 26 and 27, with Iohn Stehn, instrumentalist, from the
University of Oregon, and Carl Meland, vocalist, from the Colorado State College of Education as
distinguished guest judges and directors.
Girls' Glee Club
Small but mighty is the fitting description of the Girls' Glee Club under the direction of C. N.
Harris, new Nampa High music instructor.
A vigorous program was carried out by the girls' schedule of performances at the Music Iamboree,
annual Kiwanis banquet, and a special concert in February with the orchestra. Members also partici-
pated in the Nampa Evaluation Program.
Early in the spring the combined vocal departments of the school sponsored a brilliant recital
by an all-girl singing orchestra from the University of Idaho conducted by A. A. Beecher.
Girls' Glee Club otlicers were: First semester: Mary Lou Winans, president: Bonita Paris, vice
president: Maxine Zimmerman, secretary: Mary Lou Jacobson, librariang Clarabelle Wood, assistant
librarian. Second Semester: Lorraine Alexander, president: Carole Chanbus, vice president: Maxine
Zimmerman. secretary: Clarabelle Wood, librarian: Pearl Sanderson, assistant librarian.
Top Row: M. Keim. M. Ellis, M. Zimmerman, M. Shimmin, P. Jacobsen. P. Sanderson, L. Alexander. A. Lovaas.
Bottom Row: Mr. Harris, C. Wood, L. Nicodemus. M. Sedlacek, C. Chambers. D. Metzger, M. Jacobson, D. Gramer,
M. Neil, B. Parris.
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Top Row: D. Montague. E. Wagner. D. Stroud. J. Varnadoe. Bottom Row: B. White, R. Newton, D. Cudd, R. Rad-
ford. J. Rehm.
Swingin', swayin' and beatin' out jive, the Dance Band, composed of nine regular
members, made its initial appearance after the Twin Falls-Nampa basketball game.
The first school swingsters since Rollin Peebles' band three year ago, these musicians
played such hits as "All othing at All," "Blue Rain," "Fuzzy zzy," "In the
Mood," and many other the Sophomore Hpp, the Band weethe dance, and some
matinee frolics. ' '
Overcoming t e aQri ' cul X' I an isa omt nts i rga ' ing a dance band,
the nine did get a y go sta n th 'ay a r lar o anization.
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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ........ .,...,...,....,................, P HYLLIS BUSBY
ASSISTANT EDITOR ,..,. ...........................,...., B ARBARA GOWEN
BUSINESS MANAGERS ...... -. ........ PHYLLIS STONE, RONALD RAWLINS
ASSISTANT ................................... . ...........................,,.........,.....,........,.. BILL ALLEN
ORGANIZATION EDITOR ...............,.....,,..,...,.,,.... ,.,.,L.,,..,...... ,. RUTHIE BRUBAKER
ASSISTANTS ................ DARYL WITTENBERGER, MYRNA KNIPE, GERALD GUENTZ
MUSIC EDITOR ..... ........................,,.....................,...................., D ARLENE MAssEY
ASSISTANT ....... .,... R ALI-I-I FOTHERGILL
SPORTS EDITOR ...... ...... G LENN MONTAGUE
ASSISTANT ....... .... L LL- DICK COMSTOCK
CLASS EDITOR ...... ...,. F ERN VAN HOUTEN
ASSISTANT .......... .............. K AY KING
FEATURE EDITOR ......... ....,,,. D ON BOWER
ASSISTANT ...............,.... ...... R UTHIE LLOYD
CARTOONIST EDITOR ......, ............. , ...........,,..................,.,.........,..., L EROY LIECHTY
ART EDITOR ................... .........................................................,.......,,.,, L OUISE NEHER
PHOTOGRAPHERS ,.... ...... H AROLD WILLMORTH, JACK STROUD, ANGEL MALLEA
TYPISTS . ..,,..........,...... ..,..,.....................,... M ARJORIE JORDAN, ANITA HOOKER
ADVISERS ,.,..... ..,..... M ISS DOROTHY ROBBINS, MRS. MARGARET DUNBAR
FEATURE EDITOR . .,.,,E
LoIs INGRAIVI, LAVON BRASSEY
. . BILL MATHISEN
DALE TIDWELL, CONOVER TAYLQR, DARRO ANN BARNES
SPORTS EDITOR ....., I .IE.,.. ,..S..,.,............7...,,..,....,.,..,...............E,.I..,.,... G LENN CUSHMAN
ASSISTANT SPORTS I,7.,S.S ,...,......... NORMA JEAN DUSPIVA, JACK DONAT'
COPY DESK ...,..,......,...... ,,...........,..,.,....,.,. D OROTHY LYDON, JAN JONES, LOIS WELLS
COLUMNS ...,.,,...... ..,.., B OB GWILLIAM, MAR CK,. DARRQ ANN BARNES
CIRCULATION ..,,,. ,...,..,...................,..... Q ......,w..,I.,.......,..... B ARBARA LESSINGER
ADVERTISING .,...., .,.....,....,,......,.,.,.... B ILL BAER, ANGEL MALLEA, JACK REHM,
BARBARA LESSINGER, XVILMA MARTIN, VIRGINIA SALLEE
EXCHANGES I..,... .......,..,......,......L.,..,.,..,..,... V IRGINIA SALLEE, HELEN ANTRIM
REPORTERS ..,.., .,.,,,., P HYLLIS NENVLAND, JERRY THORNE, ALICE I-IUMPHERYS
' ADVISERS ....L. L,,.,.IL. M Iss DOROTHY ROBBINS, MRS. MARGARET DUNBAR
T011 Row: J. Rehm, D. Tidwell, J. Jones. N. Duspiva, D. Lydon. L. Wells, H. Antrim, V. Sallee, J. Thorne, B GWII
liam. Middle Row: C. Taylor, A. Humphreys, P. Newland, W. Martin, D. Barnes, B. Lessinger, P. I-Iilty, B S1011
cer, "' ck. Bottom Row: A. Mallea, G. Cushman, L. Brgssey, B. Mathisen, L. Ingram, B. Kelley, B Sadler
Mrs. DIIIIbsI1'. -.L
LAVON BRASSEY, MA INI1CK-
Top Row: G. Stuart, R. Pipkin, C. Feagins, L. Ingram. L. Klaus, G. Overholser. B. Willmorth. Miss Payer. Middle
Row: D. Bower, R. Rawlins. L. Brassey, M. Duspiva, K. Stephens, L. Wells, F. Kreger, Miss Easily. Bottom Row:
F. Wheeler. B. Lyda, A. Hooker, D. Massey, V. Mabe. B. Sadler.
Honor Snciehj OFFICERS
President ............. .......... R obert Bowles. Gordon Stuart
Vice President ....... ............. I. ois Wells, Budd Lyda
Secretary-Treasurer .............. Lavon Brassey. Barbara Willmorth
PURPOSE: To encourage scholarship, character, leadership and service.
ACTIVITIES: Ushered parents through school after Silver N play, "Mine Eyes Have
Seen the Glory."
and Scroll OFFICERS
President ........ ........................... L ois Ingram
Vice President ..... .......... - -- LaVon Brassey
Secretary ....... ............ B etty Kelley
Treasurer ..,..... ...., ....... B i ll Mathisen
Sergeant-at-arms ............... ................-. B eth Sadler
PURPOSE: Advance the standards of the profession of journalism.
ACTIVITIES: Initiation October 25.
Top Row: J. Donat, R. Rawlins, D. Barnes, V. Sallee, B. Spencer. P. Hilty, . , B. Lessinger, H. Antrim,
N. Dusniva. Bottom Row: D. Tidwell. G. Cushman, J. Rehm R Kpllpv T. 1-.mmm T, Tnm-Q... n asain.. D n....1....
yxYi'f.i5i l- 5
Top Row: M. Fx-onsdahl, B. Cudd, D. Farlinger. T. Row: B. Brown. D. Faylor. R. Raw
lins, P. Brubaker. B. Allen, G. Faylor. P. Luke, Mr. Row: F. G. Bodle. D. Comstock
D. Tid.we1l.,M. Taylor, P. Little. B. Richins, B. Fuller
snnlli. Sglagkiih G. Cushman, B. Rodwell, L. Cutler, R.
ner, D. ayfmr.
B. Wilkerson. W. Vas
Wolfe. B. Aschenbren
President .......... .............. - -- Bill Davis
Vice President ...... ......... .... ............. R e x Bixby
Secretary- Treasurer ..............................,..... Bob Fuller
PURPOSE: To promote good sportsmanshipg further school spiritg create friendship
between students. ,
ACTIVITIES: Joined with the Spiz to present football jamboree November 3. Annual
football banquet. Sponsored dance September 15.
S ' OFFICERS
President .......... ............... - .... B etty Manning
Vice President ....... .................. D arlene Massey
Secretary-Treasurer --- --- --- ................. Phyllis Stone
Sergeant-at-arms .................................... Ruthie Lloyd
PURPOSE: To promote sportsmanship and good will among studentsg to boost school
MOTTO: Snappy pep insures zest.
ACTIVITIES: Joined with Blu-N to present the football jamboree November 3. Ex-
change assembly at Boise. Annual football banquet. Farewell banquet for senior
E. Thomas, L. Buck. E. McNees, N. Tiller, D. Snyder, P. Hnnkins, E. Shef
C. Sehomburg, M. Knipe, B. McCall. Third Row: B. White. M. Zarbnisky, G
Cook, J. Hamilton, L. Russell, B. Lessinger. R. Myers, B. Spencer. B. Gowen
Second Row: H. Thomas. R. Schneider. R. Schneider. B. Lewis, Miss Bird
Jordan, M. Gross, N. Arnno, J. Kovando. Bottom Row: R. Brubaker, P
R. Lloyd, A. Hooker, A. Martin. A. Lee. B. Rodwell. P. Bennett. M. Clem
Top Row: R. Rawlins. W. Blanksma, D. Labrum, B. McCall, B. Bastide, M. Kniue, T. Rosenlof. Middle Row: D.
Whittenbergei-, B. Allen, D. Hiner. J. George. M. Zarbnisky, J. Hamilton, B. Manning. Bottom Row: Mr. Cald-
well, L. Ingram, P. Busby, B. Gowen, L. Neher, M. Snell, N. Duspiva, B. Mathisen. G. Stuart.
President ....- .... .... ....................... R o n ald Rawlins
Vice President ....... ...............,.. B etty Manning
Secretary-Treasurer -- .......... .......... N orma jean Duspiva
Sergeant-at-arms ................................... Iustus George
PURPOSE: To relieve teachers at basketball games and football gamesg to give students
who are capable a chance to do the work.
ACTIVITIES: Sold school pep caps and bulldog stickersg banquet-initiation parties.
Sold tickets and ushered at football and basketball gamesg ushered at concerts and
SllVEI' N OFFICERS
President .,.....,..., ............. M yrtle Zarbnisky, Betty Spencer
Vice President ...................... Betty Spencer, Lorene Marshall
Secretary-Treasurer ................... Lorene Marshall, Lois Bailey
Sergeant-at-arms - ............. ............ I ack Rehm. Bud Mabe
Radio Director ..................... Elaine Hanks. Myrtle Zarbnisky
PURPOSE: To promote speech activities in Nampa High School.
ACTIVITIES: Presented pantomime, "Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory," November 8
and 9. School play "Spring Fever" February 13. Skit "The Trial of Fire," given for
Fire Prevention week. Chili was sold to earn money for new curtains for stage.
. Junginger, C. Mueller, P. Ha kins, L. '1X1llis, M. MacGillivray, B
Crawford. L. Lssington. A XH 1 iel' ys. Third Row: W. Tackett, L
J. Booth. B. brooks, G. el hite, E. Hannon, B. King, K
Hilty. P. Alverson . e, V. Maffit., D. Barnes, C. Rapp, U
R. Dowdle. pencer, M. Zm-bnisky, L. Bailey. J. Keim, L.
Cook, L. Rig , R. Williams, V. Hershberger, C. Rempp.
Second Row: B. Allen. i s cker. E. Childs, G. Harmon, R. Bru-
Top Row: J. Rehm. Miss Tucker, P. Childs, R. Myers, B. S,.ence1', M. McClintick, H. Thomas, E. Hanks. Bottom Row
B. Allen, R. Dowdle, G. Harmon, J. Keim. P. Hilty, M. Zarbnisky, B. Gwilliam.
President ......... ................. a in eim, laine.Han.ka
Vicc President .... ................ i senl, lan Keira
Secretary ......... .... M yrtle Zarbnisky, Pau me ity
Sergeant-at-arms ........ ..................... D ale Tidwell
Sponsor ....................................... Miss Dilla Tucker
PURPOSE: To create a spirit of active and intelligent interest in dramatics among boys
and girls of our secondary schools.
ACTIVITIES: Debate and Declamntion tournament. High School Play. Parties and
Phyllis Stone Ronald Rawlins
PURPOSE: To help the business managers sell and distribute Sages to the student body.
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Top Row: G. Stuart, B. Allen, B. Hendry, R. Patterson. Mr. Ludlow, J. Walker. J. Spink, R. Radford. Middle Row
J. George. D. Bower. M. Hannon, P. Packard. H. Thomas, E. Hannon. B. McCall, B. Ware, H. Lutz. Bottom Row: H
Hogan, D. Labrum, G. Stuart, N. Duspiva, B. Sadler, R. Lloyd, J. Hamilton, L. Neher.
President .......... ...... I ustus George, Norma lean Duspiva
Vice President ....... ............. G lenn Decker, Bill Allen
Secretary-Treasurer ....... ....... R uthie Lloyd, Louise Neher
Bouncer .............................. Robert Patterson, Iohn Spink
PURPOSE: To promote further education in all fields of science.
ACTIVITIES: Partiesg initiationg showing of science pictures, field tripsg photography,
biology, chemistry, astronomy, physics.
Consul ....... Bill Allen, Helen Thomas, Darlene Massey. Ruthie Lloyd
Qualster ...................... Barbara Willmorth. Fern Van Houten
Ccnsor -, ......................... Dorothy Lydon, Barbara Waigancl
PURPOSE: Those interested in the customs and habits of the Romans.
ACTIVITIES: Thanksgiving party and Christmas party.
m N .- m.. .. v .. f. . f. ... ..- v- 1 -1 .- .-. .. 1. -. . N H .. .1 -..... .. .. .. .
Top Row: B. Dossett, D. Martindale, G. Sparks, Visitor, B. Duffin, H. Wolfe, R. Orcutt, D. Bower, P. Alverson, P.
Maucher. Middle Row: E. Miyoshi, D. Grill, C. Cody, G. Guentz, F. Hershberger, B. Myers, D. Hiner, Mr. Martin.
Bottom Row: M. Neth, D. Tidwell, K. Marcus, F. Wheeler, R. Pipkin, T. Gibbs, B. Mabe.
President ......... ............ M errill Neth, Fred Wheeler
Vice President ...... -- Glenn Decker, Don Bower
Secretary-Treasurer ................. ............. R ena Pipkin
PURPOSE: To promote more interest in raclio.
ACTIVITIES: Initiation, Dance.
President ....... .............. K eith Drake, Dale Tidwell
Vice-President -- -- Dale Tidwcll, Arden Drake
Treasurer .... --- ........... Ronald Rawlins
Secretary ,........................,......... ..... B ill Allen
PURPOSE: To promote more scouting for older boys.
ACTIVITIES: Sold popcorn at basketballg spring hike trip, trip to Snake river, annual .
Top Row: A. Drake, G. Sparks, B. Allen, Mr. Ludlow, A. Tidw . Mr. Caldwell. Bottom Row: B. Gwilliam, D. Tid
well, R. Rawlins, D. Thucson, J. Relxm, T. Gibl s.
Ton Row: P. Packard, A. Halberg, N. Peck, J. Lacey, M. T1-ebilcoek, M. Martin, D. Snyder, H. Antrim, M. Mc-
Clintick. E. Pascoe. Third Row: L. Martin, L. McFadden, L. C-opes, 1. Keating, R. Rouse, D. Lydon, D. Weaver,
D. Weaver, B. Heyer, M. Miyake, C. Rapp. Second Row: A Lovaas, B. Jones, C. Remph, E. Whittig, M. Zimmer-
man, P. Alverson, G. Lovaas, B. Brown, L. Klas, A. Dvorak. M. Ellis, J. Weaver. Bottom Row: Miss Conrad, B.
VVilImorth, L. Bailey, J. Miller, M. Anketell, R. Pipkin, M. Hannon, S. Booth. N. Duspiva, E. Ewing, D. Oherst, C.
Feagins, I. Finch, G. Overholser.
President ............ Mildred Hannon Secretary ....... .Norma lean Duspiva
Vice President .......... Shirley Booth Treasurer ............... Rena Pipkin
PURPOSE: As a Girl Reserve, I will try to face life squarely and to find and give the
ACTIVITIES: Sold tickets to Silver N playg contributed S5 to Service Men's Christ-
mas gift, gave gifts to Children's Home. Cleaned the school trophies.
HDIHB Ec OFFICERS
President ................................ ....... B ernice Atherton
Vice President ..................................... Delores Oberst
Secretary-Treasurer ................................. Nieves Arano
PURPOSE: To try to encourage participation in activities which will improve personal,
home and community living.
ACTIVITIES: Coed ball, Valentine party and danceg Halloween partyg Christmas
party, vegetable soup saleg chili sale, membership drive, sold pies and cakes, chili,
hot dogs, coffee at carnivalg initiation.
Top Row: P. Swift, J. Ulrich, M. Sedlacek, V. Wallace, C. Chambers, D. Metzger, P. Ellis, D. Grosenbach, L. Mar-
tin, I. Ward, H. McGlothlen, C. Faust., A. Flowers. Fourth Row: J. Fritshle, B. Jones, B. Comstock, V. Salle, E.
Moore, L. Copes, B. Simms, M. Betts, S. Funderberg, D. Weaver, D. Weaver, M. Miyake, R. Loosli. Third Row: J.
Miller, J. Weaver, J. Kovanda. J. Harley, A. Nichols, N. Peck. M'. Harper, M. Ellis, M. Martin, M. Trebilcock, G.
Lovaas, B. Brown, J. Hampson. Second Row: L. Nelson, K. Barrett, M. Roth, A. Ulrich, O. Ord, E. Porter, E.
Arant, L. Patrick, C. Wittenberger, E. Baldwin, G. Welch, R. Williams, R. Myers, D. Otto, F. Larson. Bottom
Row: D. Brown, L. Mclntire, E. Thomas, P. Bennett, A. Hooker, N. Arano, M. Clement, B. Atherton, C. Schroll,
D. Oberst. R. Lloyd, J. Jones, P. Miller, L. Russell, V. Hersltberger, M. Cook, L. Coons, J. Hamilton,
G- A- A- OFFICERS
President ........ .... C olleen Feagins, Lorraine Funderburg
Vice President --- ....... Shirley Newby. Evelyn Baltazor
Secretary ...... ............. H elen Schuler, lean Six
Treasurer ......................... Sonna Good, Valeta l-lershberger
Sergeant-at-arms ....................... Eileen Snyder, Ionee Harley
PURPOSE: To promote organized girls' athletics. f
ACTIVITIES: Monthly meeting the second Tuesday of each month. Special parties
such as skating, bowling, and bicycle hikes.
President ................. Don Keim Secretary ....... ,. Daryl Wittenbergcr
Vice President .......... Lloyd Yowell Treasurer ................ lack Donat
PURPOSE: To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community
.high standards of Christian character.
ACTIVITIES: Popcorn sales at many of the games and discussions of service to the
school at their meetings each Wednesday.
T011 Row: J. Horton, D. Tiegs, D. Wittenberirer, D, Crill, B. Duffin. B. Keim. Bottom Row: C. Cody, T. Wolfe, B
Allen, L. Cutler, G. Harmon. J. Donat, B. Weldon.
Fronsdeihl, Z.. L. Pearsoni B. Gott, B. Foltz, J. Ladd., I I H l I I I ' I F I - I
President ....... ................ .... B u dd Lycia
Vice President .... ............ .... G e rry Irgens
Secretary .............................................. Pat Swift
Sponsor ............................................. Iohn Rupert
PURPOSE: To educate members in marksmanshipg to encourage marksmanship through-
out the United States, both as a sport and for the purpose of qualifying as finished
marksmen those individuals who may be called upon to serve in time of war.
ACTIVITIES: Practice shooting .
President ....... .......... C hester Clemens, Larry Trimble
Vice President .... ............. L arty Trimble, lack Iackson
Secretary ........ -- - ............. Beryl Newman
Scrgcant-af-arms ..................................... Iames Kling
Sponsor ............................................. Mr. Quinly
PURPOSE: To learn phases of mechanics and machines. V
ACTIVITIES: A hayride and picnic topped off by a banquet at Boise at the end of
the school year.
Top Row: . ullivan, B. Newman, C. McCollum, T. Thompson. Bottom Row: L. Trimble. J. Quinly, P. Luke, B
Brown, F. Freeman. '
Top Row: E. Hollenbeck, E. Wilson, L. Bowman. C. Leavitt, J. Hayes, L. Dyas. V. Hintze. Middle Row: 0. Tarter
G. Hayes. B. Keim, D. Reed, B. Spencer, G. Zieman, G. Lyons, J. Hayes. Bottom Row: C. Peterson, B. Fiet, F
Gunther, D. Crill, D. Keim, R. Kilzer, C. Arnold. D. Hasselbrimz. G. Aldous.
F- F- A- OFFICERS
President .............. Don Keim Treasurer ....... .--.. Richard Kilzer
Vice President .... Don Hasselbring Reporter ........ . ....... Dick Crill
Secretary ....... - .... Glen Aldous Sentinal -........ ..... C arl Arnold
PURPOSE: It is a national organization of, by and for boys. To further their study
of vocational agriculture.
ACTIVITIES: Initiation party: established point system for earning awards: Basket-
ball Jamboree, and Hayride.
President ........................... Elmer Gossett, Lorraine Russell
Vice President .................... Charlotte McCollum, Marie Cook
Secretary ............-....... Mona Rae Clements, Ramona Williaxns
Treasurer ....................... Ruby Schneider, Lenora McFadden
Program Chairman ,.................... Barbara Gowen. Don Bower
Sponsor .......,...............- Dorothy Robbins, Margaret Dunbar
PURPOSE: To better acquaint students with the Spanish language, nation, and customs.
ACTIVITIES: Valentine party, skating party, and hayride. Lecture was given by il
native Mexican in Spanish about the customs and country. '
Top Row: K. Marcus, D. Hiner. T. Gibbs. A. Lee, M. Clement. G. Sparks, C. Wiuenberger. J. Jones, P. Hilty
Third Row: P. Newland, B. Sadler, B. McCall, R. Graffe. M. Anketell, B. Bower, D. Bower. C. McCollum, J. Rosen-
lof. Second Row: L. McFadden. B. Ox-msby, L. Capes, F. Kroger, K. Stephens, R. Grimm. B. Mathisen. G. Stuart
M. Miyake, C. Struthers, P. Packard. Bottom Row: Mrs. Dunbar, WV. Johnson. L.!,Bailey, B. Gowen, R. Crooks
M. Evans. L. Russell, M. Cook. R. Williams, R. Schneider. R. Schneider. 7:1
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LETTUCE Bowl. DU-QUEENS
RUTH SBHNEIDBR 1 RUBY SCHNEIDER
ninr Class Will '45
Jack Donat and Keith Drake leave all their blond troubles to Mike Hayes, while
Mona Rae Clement's man problems are passed down to Barbara Lessinger.
Bobby Fuller's famous line is left to be tossed about by LaMont Cutler and Anita
Hooker and Annabel Lee just leave warnings about same.
Dorothy Lydon, Colleen Feagins, and Kathryn Stephens leave their one averages to
anyone who em, while Claude Cody and Wayne Vassa rades to
Justus George and Barbara Gowen.
Shirley Booth leaves her golden voiceg Charles Mannhalter, his dramatic abilityg
Norma jean Duspiva, her vitality and endless supply of brainstormsg and Richard Crill
donates his farming achievements to the Ag. department.
Eldon Farm's tall tale telling goes to G. Harmong Colleen Flanneryis ability to sleep
through class is willed to any wide-awake Junior, Billy Baer and Chuck Dyer's captivating
manners are left as memoriesg and Lorraine Funderberg's pep and athletic abilities are
given to Sonna Goodg while Ruthie Brubaker's demureness, LaVon Brassey's fairness and
journalistic achievements, Wilda Johnson's sweet disposition, and Janice jones' petite-
ness are willed as virtues for posterity.
Phyllis Busby and Van Ness Maflit are willing their wardrobes to Lorene Marshall
and Ruthie Lloydg Lenora McFaclden's successful piano practice is left to Barbara White.
Jacque Kovanda leaves her smile to next year's football crown winnerg Gloria Lovaas'
Latin translations are left for Con to burng the Schneider Twins leave many broken hearts,
and Pat Swift refuses to leave Ace Lundquist to anyone.
Gordan Stuart and Helen Thomas' silent love affair is left to anyone, Beryl Newman
and Charlotte McCollum's deep friendship is left tg Roberta Myers and Tommy Thomps-
song Bonnie Lewis and Leroy Liechty leave together, and jan Keim leaves her luck wit
the Army to any Junior girl who needs luck. "'-'- Y
Eileen Bennet and Grace Dunn lea e their good times i Boiseg Lovetra Eddlemon be-
queaths her blonde hair and blue eyes t lVale Nieves Arano's laugh is left
for the whole school to use often.
Richard Brown leaves space for ot s an trucks around schoolg Carolyn Cut-
ler's neatness is given to Barbara Waigandg and Glenn Decker and Fred Wheeler leave the
chem lab still standing.
Carl Babcock's Varga models are left for john Maxwell's collectiong Evelyn Balta-
zor's adventures in Caldwell are left to Phil Burns, Fern Bateman wills her dancing
achievements to Donna Pritchettg while Frank Brown leaves his motorcycle to any ad-
venture-loving character strong enough to take it.
Bonny Rodwell and Jean Rutherford leave lenn Cushman f Darro A ,
Dean Romplfs exciting car rides are given Jack Re , o i a arris bequeat s her beauti-
ful low voice to June Waterhouseg and Bill Davis' football space is filled by Pat Bru-
Don Keim leaves the innocent expression in his eyes to be used by anyone who needs
it as much as Don did.
Betty Manning sincerely wanted to leave her nickname "Stubby," but the class
unanimously voted for her to keep it. l
Bowles, Bowers, and Rawlins leave Einstein's Theory to be carefully studied by
David Hiner and Richard Radford.
Florence Boylq, Betty Kelly, Virginia Mabe, and Mary Jean Sell leave happy house-
hold tasks to the Home Ec department. .-
Guentz and Hershberger leave the right to furnish Miss Bird with ducks next year
to Farlinger and Cudd.
Walls and Wills leave classy wardrobes to any lucky junior. '
Bob Gwilliam wills his soap box to some aspiring Junior.
Marcella Gross and Arlene Martin and Evelyn Swoiford leave their band trip experi-
ences to Patty Hankins and Lora Tullis.
Doris Acree, Bernice Atherton. Shirley Kindall, Hilda Marxt, Phyllis Childs, Lois
Wells, Irene Ward leave engaged.
Mildred Hannon, Lorraine Klaas, and Glenn Montague leave sour notes to anyone
who can stand them.
Dale Hendry and Rulon Nelson's car cruising crusades are hereby willed to any B
book holder. '
Bill Mathisen's modeling talent is left to Alice Gabica.
Marjorie Durston and Norma Lee Hansen leave the road open for other future cadet
Shirley Newby and Carrol Waller's man-hating dispositions are left to Elaine Arant.
Budd Lyda wills his school socks back to the athletic department as his will now be
supplied by the Boston Red Socks.
Marjorie Jordan leaves Bill Vfeldon.
Pat Packard leaves her feminine position in trig to a coming mathematical wizard
of the '46 class.
Norma Jean Brown, Lucille Copes, Agnes Dvorack, Marjorie Hastings, Dawna
Hoover, Laverna Koho, Olga Kozacek, Arlie Lyons, Wilberta Moore, Gladys Penzien leave
peace and quiet to ever-gracious teachers.
Rena Pipkin and Elva Kuhlman's experiences in radio class are gladly left behind
and Betty Swindell's Kuna and Meridian interests are to be carried on by Glenna Lee
Richards. Betty Weeks' and Darlene Tomer's horsemanship is left for outdoors loving
Norma Jean Anderson's obedience of traflic laws is held in fond memoryg Melba Jo
Bell and Twyla Jagger's compositions are left for Mrs. Bechtel. Rex Bixby's physique goes
to Louie Larrinagag typing success is left b rbara Bowerg Chester Clemens and Ralph
Orcutt will their motorcycle ride . y boy in school.
Leatha Mclntyre and Bonnie Comstock's willingness to help a good cause is given
to any industrious junior, Echo Dell Cox's eyes are bestowed to Betty Spencer, Iris Finch
leaves her sense of humor to Dorothy Cudd.
These virtues are willed to lucky juniors: Dolores Hale-sweetnessg Eileen Dillon-
intriguing speech, Betty Lou Jordan-piano playing, jean Six-singingg Faye Kreger--
scholastic urgeg Phyllis Loosli-blonde hairy Theresa Martineau and Janet Shaver-facial
Richard Kilzer, James Kling, Lester Little, Ray Thompson, Lloyd Yowell, leave those
detentions to Don Farlinger.
Maxine Zimmerman, Barbara Willmorth, Elizabeth Whittig refuse to leave the fond
memories of their slumber parties.
Duane Thueson's little jaunts to Salt Lake City shall be left to Bud Mabe.
Fern Van Houten flatly refuses to leave her sailor to any junior.
Beth Sadler leaves all her club pins to Elaine Hanks.
jean Weaver, Norma Ward, June Spencer, and Mildred Shimmin's history grades
all go to Jim Horton.
Betty Simons, Ella Mae White leave their soldiers to some lonehr person.
Pat Bennett and Phyllis Stone will their sweaters to Beverly Baer and Betty Foster.
1-gSext,et. 2-Jerry. 3-No more detentions. 4-Proposed 6th period. 5-General? Admiral? Nope, just Cudd. 6-I'll
take 25. 7-Just two wolves. 88-Light isn't it? 9-Behind closed doors. 10-Could that be Ruthie 11-Someone leaving?
12-Idaho Sunshine. 13iTrophies ton the tablel. 13-Big John. 15-What. we work for. 16-Passing Parade.
1-Learning fast! 2-He's in the Navy now. 3-Raffle. 4-Free Tickets. 5-Luke into the sun. 6-The score is 2 to 3.
7-Curbstone Cut-ie. 8-Meat, Shortage. 9-Any one see a man? 10-I dream of you ltiresj. 11-Justina. 12-Sweet and
Lovely. 13--Eyes Right. 14--Rest Period. 15fDon't Fence Me In. 16iWell she's happy. 17-Parkfedj. 18-Gruesome
Grid-iron Gang. 19-Leg' Art. 20-The Younger Edition.
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le-Senior's friend. 2--Tall and lanky threesome. 3-Is that Stub in the middle? -1-King Neptune. 5-LaConga Cudd. 6
Sore feet., Wills? 'I-Radio room. 8-One Meatball. 9-Six sweet. smiles. 10-Be gay, be happy, 11--Dynamite! 12
Thatfs where the trouble begins. 13-Jilted? 14wMust be the Navy. 15-Cream of the crop.
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