Nampa High School - Sage Yearbook (Nampa, ID)

 - Class of 1950

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To him, Mr. Conrad Winter, our very trusted custo- dian, in appreciation of his many services to our high school, we proudly dedicate the Sage of 1950. aumoi ln the fall of 1949, over eight hundred students entered Nampa lligh School to start upon another term of school. 'l'he halls were again packed with boys and girls hurrying to and fro from class to class, stopping long enough to exchange the latest gossip and news. Proving that school is not all work., we enjoyed many outstanding assemblies, lyeeums, and rallies. Athletics thrilled us and gave us a chance to cheer our teams on to victory. After the games, we hopped in cars and headed for the student dances or stopped to have a coke at a local drive-in. With the closing of the school term, we look back on this year's achievements and fun, and remember our mutual bond . . . NAMPA HIGH SCHOOL. x . , xv " if fi If X fl I 1-'lf 1 1 S' Q 5 I nlmwwvvws i f-QSQEX L ig- 2:3-,P R' Q -,.. 3f"'Ii::' yn' H hw nw if X Q xxfz f m' f , , Q 25 2' iii-if ,, K2 , N" X A, ,L The Up and Cmnin,-that we are lfii is i V Grades and standards up to par. f --E - V ,. Attitude af "do or dief, 1335 -V---tx Thais the students of Nampa Hi. 'L-QQ, .,-.A 'Me Zyacmd ull' me-A 4 Hu' Lum Tun HAl.l.BERlQ HvEm'N BURM-KN l'rP.w1df'ril l' i ev- Presi Jen! Serrvlmjv Xllss limo and Mn. l.lvm.ovw, Svniur lfluss ltlriwors I We present the class of 1950-wa wide-awake class. whose greatest love seems to be knocking PF 97 EP 5 77 the t off eau t. ln the year of 1947. we walked into Nampa lligh as lowly sophomores. determined to make our presenee felt. We supported winning football and basketball teams. and were the first class to eleet sophomore yell leaders. hold a football party, and erown a queen. ln our Junior year we walked off with the awards for the noise rally and red sweater section. We became the dominating elass on the football, basketball and baseball teams. Honoring the Senior class, we presented the Junior-Senior Prom with the glittering theme "Stardust.,' ln 1949 we elected a Senior Council to help deeide our aetivities. We roared through an undefeated football season, captured both the Big Six and State titles in basketball, and did our part in winning the sportsmanship award. Of musie, speech, and scholastie honors we have had our share. Now as we step forward, let us always look back, not with regret. but with fond memories of the Class of ,50. 8 l,ll2l'2 K. Ani: lil-nu-I. l'Ixl-lnunuv liclilnr. llirvulalinn lialiiur. N1-un Iialilur, Moll. lillilnr, l"1-ulurv lfulilnr, l'f1lilor-in-Cllivfg Y-Trolls. l'uInlivily Clmirlnnn. View--l'r1-vial:-Ill. llinlric-I 'l'r4-nnuwr: 'l'lumpinm1: Quill uml Svrull, l'rc-niula-nl: ll.A.A., lluullril: ll4'lml4- lllulrz Spit: llonor Sm-ivly: N.l".l..g Girl of llu- W4-vkg Hlmln-nl flmnu-il: Suplmlnnn- Claim S1-rrrlury. lltlllllall huns Spuninll lillllu, Hu In nun la. An.: in lu-rum High Srlmolg 51-rxirr lilulx. mini U. MJ.:-.'w lhninu. llnplniu. llinlri:-I Illlulnpiuuz Svniur Clam-1 Kluunril: Ilnp n' Ulm- fllnln, 51-rrvtnry-'l'r4'nr4ur4-r. Yin--l'rn-uiwln-ill: llln-VN. .linux Null-:swan lun: l' nllv- lhuh51-lun-IgLlnmrglnrlrs 1.I1-1-l.lnh. llu,l-n I.. 'Kunu-:iw ll:-YL lleun hl1'rl,lulrg lllllv' Lluln. nsxx Nauru H,N.A.1 Spit: Y-'l'a-n-nn: I".II.A.g Us-lxulr lilulvg N.l".l..1 Hpnuinll lllulrz Slum. l.l'1l.ANIl 12. Iluim'r'r llunlinnluu llvm-ll lininn lligll Birllmalg llnnll: 'l'rxu'lx: Ulu-N, lm I.mu's Iluuuw Klan-llininl Kllulr. HLIUIIII-, llxl Mix ll.fl.N.: l".ll.A.: Y-'l'w'lln: Spulllnll lflull, S'l'l-:ul,l'vl. Illlzu. I-' I-' x .lr:ssNl'.1"ri-. lrzum lhszl-1 Spit: Y-'l'1-vnu: 'l'lu-npiulln: Suplmuloru- Null lmaulvrg l'rnm llnnnnilln-1-L !'3pnninlu Clulrg Nupw. m-'rx Inn llnrr 1 -'l'1'1-In-1: l".ll,'1.: lilmirp l.allin lllulng llirIn'1Pl4'e'lIlulx. Jun.:-. lh.n U-:Ne4'l'u'r Y-'l'4-n-nn. lllun Iwalnln-rg 51-nirr lllulr. S4-rr:-lnryg Hrvlll-nlral. lnluralrlnll: llunnr Sm-in-ly: Spanish Clulp, Wu Nl-, Iiurzluun Ih.lrm'nNsTu'l-' hlmhful Ummm-il: lairnily Famllxullg llainlu-llrull. liupluinz In-nun: llmwlmll: Slmlvul llualy Vicl'-Prcninlmllz llnnm Sm-is-ly: Quill nml Srrull: lllu-N: Slullvnl l'luturi:ln: Hx- plun-rn lflulvz l'rmn llunnnillz-1-L Allilcu- nf llu- Molllll:Sup11'. Mod. Hlmrln liulilnr. Sports lirlilur. nun, Ill.Hl.Ill',ll Uflivl- Mnuilor: Y -'l'1'1'lln. Svnior lllun l,1-mlur: l"rvnm'll lllulr, Svrrvlzlry. 'l'r1-nnnrrr: llull Mnnilnrg l".ll.A.: Crulrl, Ri-- ymrlvr. ll NI-1 lH4:'rn lim: 4.n Y -'l'v1-lun: ILNN.: l",Il..'l.: llunur Sm-in-ly, S1-4-rvluryg Uflirc 'Hmnilurz Lulin Club. M.nl-LM1' Ilan.:-an ling rf Ulm- Clulug Iluuling. 43 'G X 'W' 'J I Gmworv Bon-r Varsity Football, Manager: Blu-N: Machinist Club. Presi- dent. Dolus ALLETTA Bowuas Y-Teens: F.H.A.: Choir. Cum: HRAIHIURN Boxing. ,low Mmm BluNn1' Spiz: C.A.A.: Y-Teens: llonor Society: l,atin Club: Debate Club. Secretary-Treasurer: N.l".L., President: Orchestra: Girls' Clee Club: Girls' State Representative: Merit Board: Girl of the Week: Office Monitor. Itonrzwra J. BKANKUVIIIH Y-Teens: F.H.A. wlI.I.lkM J. BKAITNIGII Debate Club. Vive-l'resideut. President: N.l".l..: Srient-c Club: Track: Chemistry l.ab Assistant: llowliug Club: "Elizabeth the Queen." l,l+10N l.tll7lSl'I l'huMuu,l. Spiz: C.A.A.: Y-Teena: Spaniel: Club: A Cappella Choir: Student Counvil: Senior Class Counril: Umve Monitor: Student Day Attendance Clerk. Grzoluprz RoNu.n Baoous Sopb-Fronh Football. CL mx Bnovt N ,loslavu l'll'GENl'1 Buun tum l'll.lZAllI'ITH Mum-1 Bunn:-ar Y-Teens: F.H.A. JmNNl-1 Buru,n.r: Y-Teens: G.A.A.: Debate Club: N.F.l.., Sergeant-at-Arms: Frenvh Club, Serretary: Spin: Uirln' Glee Club: Mixed Choir. lflvl-:m'N C. BUNMAN C.A.A., Secretary-Treasurer: Spiz: Senior Clams Secretary: Y-Teens: Science Club: Tennis. Cuuuaas Rolu-:wr BURNS Snph-Frosh Football, Manager: Soph Basketball, Manager: Ili-Y: Key Club. Vice-President. Board of Directors: Track: Blu-Ng Spanish Club: Growl, Asst. Business Manager, Ex- change Editor, Asst. Sports Editor. Sports Editor: Quill and Scroll: Prom Committee. LAVON BONNIE BURNS C.A.A.g F.ll.A.: Y-Teens. SHIKI.:-:Y .low CAIN Y-Teens: Latin Club: French Club: Then-vpians: "Date with Judy": "Elizabeth the Queen." Ctm. Jrzltonn-1 Cl-:mslis'rnoM Debate Club: Machinist Club, Secretary: Key Club. Mtumm-1 Hmwmr: IJHAIDWICK F.ll.A.: Y-Teens: C.A.A.: Mixed Choir: Girls' Glo.-e Club. ,UN 1i0lIN S1'irlu'n Chula. Sl'rgvnul-nl-Arllln: Ili-X. Jian A l,ll L. Cum Num.:-ns Soph- l"rnnh Fuollmllz Junior Vurnily Fuullmll: Y nrnily Foul- hulll Hoxilllll Hlu-N: Kry Cluhl lhnnlg llanvr Hnlnl: Pep Q lluml: Sum-, l'lmluuruplu'r. Ill '1'n lI.l.l-,NIH Corsa-zu H1-ll Iligh Fa-lnmlg l",ll.'l. llc'r'rv .Iam-: llmmu GAA' FHA' 'l'u . . .. lnlnling: 1-'l'4-1-un: Min-1l Chuir: I'.l'I. Hrlprr. hom Mu: Hmm: Y-Trrnn: Spin Urvlu-nlra. 51'1'n'lury-Trmnnurrrl Mixed Chu- run. Ar:-mnpnninl: Spaninh Club: Slflllll l'lllNI'llllDll'. Arrmn- puninl. Jcuw Al-'Yl'2!1liHAWI'I Y-'l'4'mun1 l2.A.A.g Ullia-1' Mnuilur. MNNA M n:11nl1'1'l-zmwzw Caldwell High S4-hamlg l+'.II.A.g Y-'l'rc'ln4: Girls' lllrar Clulng Mix!-al Churun. Ml-:swam I.. l1nlT11f:Nln-:rs Krln u High Svlmolg Cnlflwufll High Sa-Imulz F.l".'k. lux l,kVl?4 Hun' Du Kum- Nrw Ply nmulh High Sa-Imul: Howling Chill: Muvllininl Cluln. Ilrzw in Hnlul: Hnwlinl Chula, JIVANITA .luwzm l,lNl'Zl. lllss rlmnpinnn. Sa-rrulury. 'l'r1-unurf-r: Spiz: Y -'l'ccur-, Puinl Km-por: l"n-ru-h Club: Stud:-nl llny 'l'f-um-lu-r: N.l".l..: l'rum Cumnlillrr Chairman: "Univ with .lullpuz nlilizalra-Ill thi- lllnrrllui "'l'ipu-r lluur-r." lumnn Dunn Cluh: Mixml Chorus: Hrrmerlun Iliph Svlnml: Huy rs' Ill:-1' Hi-Y. l.0vH:l.l. Uurvmm Chivo High S1-liuulg Nualiu Clulv. Gvzmmvz I-I. llnssr:'r1' l'rom Cuulnlillrr: Arl Cluh. len Iluu-vnu 'l'l-nniu: l".l".fK. Hl"I'll l,l1l'l"lN Spin: G.A.A.: Y -'l'1-1-nn: H4-lnulv Cluhg l'rmu Cmnllliltru-. Wwun lirws Shit: l".H.A.: ll.'LN.L Y-'l's-1-nn: Soplnunorc Fcmlln-Ill Hrnlu-n Huurl: Ilnll Munilur: llirlu' GI:-v Cluh. l'r1rsiul4-nt: Sluflrul llny Hirla' lloulm-lor: Howling Chula: lmlluvf- Howl Queen. Q., w'll,MINA l'luw.ums llvl.A ELLIS Marsing High Srhuol. I.vNN l'll.W'00Il Boxing. Wuxrzn B. Idol-'I-' Supl:-l"rush Football: Snplmlnnrc Han-ekellrall: llulne llunln Representative: Varsity Football. All-Big Six Tcaln, All- ilxflleylgvallz Varsity Basketball: Travk: Student Cnnnvil: u- . Www: lflsm-mmm l".F.L. Secretary: Travk: Key Club: Ili-Xp Ulu-N. Bun EVANS l,l'1I.MI'1lK l"uu4n Cnlulu-1 Fmuausnw llunnr Sor'iely1.l"renr-ll Club: Girls' Glen- Club. l.ibrarian: l -Teens: Chennntry Lab Assistant. Eumawr: Flm.ns llllzuu-1n1' l'll'Vllll Mvnuw l"lNxnlcl'w:n N.N.C. lligh School: Varsity Basketball: Mixed Cllornra. Dxnufzxl-1 FUIKTIN Y-Teens: l".ll.A. llmunl-1s Fus'rr:k Y-'l'eenrl: Choir: Girlr4'GleeClub1 llunor Sm-icky . Scrrvlary. l'reui4lenl. linw mn F0l's'r 'll uuow Fox Ilall Munilor: Stuflnnt Conncilq l".ll.A.: Y-Teens: Ski Club. KEITH Gnwzel H . Spanish Club. Publit-ily Chairman. xll'C-Pftllllllfllll lfrcnrb Clubg Explorers Club. l.I'IOTA l:ll.MElIT Latin Club: llouur Sm-icly: l".ll.K.: UAA, lg' Jnuzn-1 Glu. :vu 'Nlulll ilnsu-.lc lla an Inmn. Nalllmml1.olullnlll-1-lllnn: llnlv vulll ,ln1lx": "l'fli7.l- l..-n. n..- Q...-.-..". "'l'au.-.- lm...-." llnmlinu Llnln: l'.l',. ll:-lpn-r: ln-nm-. an INN II xl.: ku-x llluln: S1-ni'-4' tllulng Il:-nur Sewin-lx: Quill and Hvrnll. l'r4'ni1l1-nl: llnlm' llnmnl llrprw-4-lllanlin-1 lloy r-' l"1'4ln'r:lIiun. jnninr 504-rrlury: Nfl illull, l'n'r1iml4'lll. Y i1'l'4l'r4'v4i1ll'lll: Nugv iuplmlnnri- Spurlv- lfnlilur. NMI. Nr! l'l4lilor, 'Krl lhlilorl Npuninll llluh. Win-1--l'r1'nisla'lxl. l'r4-niulz-ull: Huy of Ilu- V1-1-L. nl an llurmn lla.-.-In-ll1 llnxiuu. Nlulluurr. 'nun lx l.xsN Il xxn n llrnanlmnla-r lliull 51-lnml: S1'i4-:wr lllulrz 'l'lu-f-piull-4. IMMINIK 'bm Ilunus 1 -'l':-run: Spuniuh llluluz Girl-' Ulm- illulnz Chair: lfuollralll ll X fI'n-rm-1" 4- plum-3 Spin: Hpnni-In lllulr, Se-rm-annul-ul4 Krm-2 l'.ll. N.. Sl-:slr lllmirllmn of l'nlnlit-ily lla-lu-Iiolu auul l'ulvli4':l- Ju 9, llluvl lluml. lim--l'rv-ill:-nl1 Ura-lu-f-tru. K-pl. Ylnnngvr: Nliu-nl Ulu-ir. h,n.wl'. I- u Claus SPH Irv Klllllri Y -'l'1'l'llr-1 'l'lu'rqnlulln: 51'i1-lu'l- lllulnz Kr! Kllulug S'-iz: lluuur Suvivlxz I'rum limnlllillm-2 Suyv. Urgmnizulimn lhulllur: Hlliw- Nlunilnn: Spzulilll lflnlng Hllalle- Milli fully." lun N unxn-, Hun l..A.'X.. l'rvni:lvllt: Spit. 51'rgv.ull-ul-Krluv-: Y -'l'4-4-ur-2 I".II. L: 'ln-ln-rs fllulu. l'r4-Minh-nl: Tnlnlalinu 'I':-sun. lfuplninz lhxlu lun uv l.uuu-, jnwkxs ll u I, l".ll.-K.. lim--I'rw+i1lruI. l'rw-isle-ul: llirlv-' Glu-r Clulvg Spam- inll1llulr: X v'I'v4-m-1 "W lml Xl hu" ilmnnlilln-1-: llaru-sl Hull Om-vnu. Ixnxn-.s'l' I lnmlmnl-. Il u.: nmu. llnm-lmll: Ynrnitx llunlu-llnull: Suplmumn- llunlu-Ilmll: lil". N.: l'.xplnrvrMl1lllll, Wim'-l'r1-sirla-Ill:51-lliorlflu-1 Y irv-l'r1--L ulvnl: lllu-N: llmmr Soviu-ly: Ili-X. lla sm IIu.l.unx 'X.N.lI. Sullllnvr Su-In-nl: Sopllmllnri' 14-ll lmnula-r: l".ll.l.: 11.-LK.: Suplunnnrz- lfuullmll Om-a-n 'Kiln-mlunl: Howling lflulu. Fm-rvlurx: llnmo- Hman: lla-pr:-M1-rllnliu-1 1-'l'4-1-n-. ll umm x 'Xxx Il ni in-rxivr Club: S1-in-In-v lllulug Nliu-ul llhoru-1 1 -'l'I'l'lIr-1 Spiz: ona.-.- xl....n..r. x m:1.,.,..-ll.. m:l..,ir. Jxmrm ll xnllrrus llilll- lllulnz Nluvlliniwl illnln: I".l1'. X. Sssx I.nl wr. Ilumm 1, l".ll.-K.: 1 -'I'a-1-un 'Sl umm-.Nl-. Il mms Spiz: Y -'l'n-rn-: l".ll..K.: Slmuiv-ln Iiluluz 1l.K,K.: llirls' Ula-1' lflullz lliuu lfolnnllllvr. m'1'n lllvlulallll lll.n ll url'l'v.w Nlnvhlni-l lllulu. lll.H.lu x Ilu 4.r 1 1 " .I s.. it lil xx is W A . Q?- "Hilfe Qu--16 sb- M un' l'11.olsl4 ll twolrru Sugv, liditor-in-Chief. Aunt. lidilor. Sopholnorc Clams liditorg Spiz: Y.'I'eumo, Sm-rf-tary. Treasurer: Thespianug Footliall Queen Attendant: Girl ofthe W'eek: Senior Clans Council: Honor Society: Quill and Scroll, Secretary, Vice-President: Prom Co-Chairman: Student Council: "Date with Judy." Wuml: llr:Nm-zusow Gb-nlu-1 l"1-rrp lligh School: W1-int-r lligh School: Varsity lhmketlrull. c,:tll.l.l'll'1N llll,l.lr:n Y -Teens: Mixed Chorus. lltlltlnt lo Ilool-1NMll.l.l-:n Office Monitor: Spiz: U.A.A.: Spanixh Club: Prom Coln- nlittce: Student Day Librarian. Al.l.r:N JAMES H0l.l,l-lwul-:mg lixplorens Club: Science Club: llonor Hand: Pep Hand: Con- cert Band: Student Day Teacher. NMI. ll0I.l.l'1NHl'ltIK Latin Club: Home Kooln Representative: Senior Class Council. W tx Nic llol.l,ow U tl un' ll00l'ICS Hlu-N: Boxing, 'l'mum.1, LYNN ll0lKTON Spanixh Club: Crawl. lleporti-r: Y-Teens: l".ll.A.: llall Monitor: Cirln' Clem- Club. Ilutomr lll'l2Ill'lS 'l'rzu'k Dum: lull-tNKI.lN lluss Blu-N: Soph-Fronh Football: Sophomore lim-xketball: Track: Student Body Vice-President: Student Lion: Varsity Fool- ball. All-Big Six Teanl. Captain: Varsity Basketball: Ath- lctae of the Month: Moat Valuable Ha:-ldield Mun of UM-8. DrLl.0ur1s llu'r1'oN Caldwell lligh School: Latin Club: l".ll.A.. President. llistrict Chairman: C.A.'L PATRICIA ANN Inu Service Club: l".Il.A.: Latin Club. 'I'r4-anurer: Uflive Monitor. Awwx Mn' lrvmc WVKYNIC A. .IENKIYS Logan lligh School: 'l'hev-qniumnz Madrigal Choir: Pep Hand: Bova' Clee Club: Science Club: Key Club. Secretary: Hx- plorors Club: "l'1lizabclh the Que:-n": "Tig:-r House." Hon um Jrzwslsw Sopll-Froall lfoolball. Rout-:wr L. .lonrxsow Ort-lxeutra: llonor Band: French Club: Crawl. lixchallge Editor. Circulation Editor. Organization Editor: Science Club: Honor Society: Quill and Scroll: Explorers Club, Sec- rotary-Treasurer. tl un' JOHNSON Student Council: Junior Clam l're-nidenl: Student llody President: Varsity lianlxctball: Hoy of the Month: Student lloturian: Blu-N: lixploreru Club. Sergcunt-at-Arnie: Unne- bzill: 'I'l'lll'lRZ F.ll.A.: llarvcst llall King. l'.I'l'll ,Inns-uw limnuu Jnll'w'l'u-w Fnulluull Quvvu: l.uurll Ilmuu lh-prf-rwlululin-1 Uflivn- Mun ilor: .luniur Clmm Slnlliuln llup Qurun: Stull:-nl lluy Regin- lrnr: Prom Cu-Chnirlmlu: Spiz. S4-1-rc-lury: Spanish Club' H.A.A.g l".H.'K.: Y-'l'n-run: llowliupz Clulu. Srrrvlnrsz 'K Cuppa-lln Clmir. Hum: xl..l0Nl'1r4 Ihulin Cluln. 51'1'rvlalrx. 5 il-4'vl'r1'v4ill4'ul. nl I-1 jo-ms lhmxx Jonlux l",lI.A.. Hrvrvlury: Sl-lliur Chinn Cmnlril: Yliuwl Cllurun. Ilrzunnrz hm1u.n Kvzm Vurnily Fnulllullq Supl!-Frm-ln l"nollmlI: Munl Y uluulnlu Linc- umu uf l'M'i: Alhll-lr uf ilu- Nloulll: Blu-N: l".l".A.. Pre-ni ulrnl: Key Club: lluyn' Ulm- Club. Yivr-I'r1'ni4ln-Ill: liuyn' l"a-:IQ-rnliml. l'ro-nielz-ul: Sluala-ul Day lllnn'Cuullna'l0r1 Ili-X . R as ., xg '4lHll'l'lii kmun-Ll. Nui! llip1llS:'lluol: Y -'l'1'1-lm: l".ll.-L1 llrlulla- Clull. Ihrnum11l.xnrpNc:o-2 Kim. Wurnily Fuulhull: Ynrnily llunlu-llnull: 'l'ru1'lx: Ilan-4-hull: haph- Fror-ln Yuuvlluxull: 'Xll-lliu Six Fmnllmll 'l'1'nlu. Nmnuw Ku,r:'w: Klwwm lurnily lfmnllnull: lllu-N: l'1xplnrvrn Club: Prom Cululnllle-r: llnniuu: Supl:-l"rm-ll Vrmllnnll: 'Kll-lily Six l"1mllmll 'l'rulu. llI,l'.ND'. Knu.r.n lhuv. k mn-.nl,r.u ll0llU'I'lli Jrzvv Knnw ll-'l'n-1-lun: C,N..-K-1 Slmuinh Clulr: l".ll.-K.: l'rnlu Cfuuullllr-e': llouu- limnu lh-prvnn-ulnliu-1 Uflive- Wlouilor: lluunr Su- riu-ly: Spiz. hnuzwn-. lu n.u.r:n llll.I. l.xwnl-wsu-3 Ihuulg Gulf: Hsu 1-' Glo-1' Cluh. Cumm'1 ,llwrt l.Awlu-:amz l".ll.A.: Choir: Cirln' CIN- Clull: 1 -'l'n-4-un. llIlI.l'1Nl'1 A ww Lrwz Urvlu-nlrn. ":I.I.A Ihr: I.lm.n'rx Spit: Y -'l'o-run: l".ll.A.: ll.nK.A.. 'l'r4-unurer: Hirln' Ulm- Cluln N.l".l..: U1-lmlv Clulr: Honor Choir: Prom Colllluillvl-1 Slu- wlvnl Cmulril. N Annu l,l'LI.Il.II'l' Ll wsu-. 'I'f-unix. if ,aw Iluuu Nl, l4l'I"l'I,l'2 lrzlvk. Mxlnauzu-rg lllu-N. Ihmi-:lrr l.lrlam-zwurx lllu-N: Supl!-l"rm4ll Fllollraill. lin-Calplain: l airuily l"mrllmll. Ml-Big Six 'l'n-am: 'l'rau-la: Snplmnmru- Claw Y ir:--l'r4'uialn-nl. ll KI'l'i Lulu lllu-N. Sei-rL-lury: lfxplurf-rs Cluln: Supluulmru- llnslu-llxnllg Varsity liaise-lxallg Snpllolnure- lllusre l'r4-Niall-nl: S1-niur illum- l'r1rr4inlc'nl: filmlvnl llolzlriallz Slunlf-nl Cfulllwil: llunor Sn- viely: Ili-W. l,l-:rrrx Nl ul: Lx 1.141 Hpringliu-l1l lligll S1-luml: Spunif-All lilulu. ,I I-iv Ns l.l-tr: l1X'l'I.l'I l,..fK.'L: X -lv:-nr-1 fnrls 1.1--1-Lluln: l'.ll. L ilnwwllc Jlaxw M umm Yvll Dm-ln-sn: Slmlt-nl lla, 'l'4-uvln-r: l.1'llu1'1' lhml 1-lm-1-n -KH:-mlanl: Sluelenl llmuwilz lllmir: lllu-N: Girl! lfvwlvrzn- lion. Sn-1-rm-lury: l".ll. L Nona: xx Nl XIU'IIllK'Nlx5 lalrsily l"noIluill: l".l".,K. l'iI,0lSl1. IC. M KIKSIIKLI. Spiz: Spanish Cluln: Howling llluln: l".ll.-X.: ll..'L-K.: Y- 'l'Pf-na: Prom lfmlnnilim-ef: Slmln-nl Dany 'l'u-an-ln-r: Sinu- l".ll,A. lim-lvgnlv. l,0'NKI.lb Ii. M 'l'l'Ill'IDH llrmrl. lla-porler. Am'-I, llirm-ululimu lfirlilor. Urgnnizulimla lielilnr. NL-ws lislilnr. Ansm-lull' l'i4lilur: Quill and 54-rull: llnnur Suvivly. l'r0rai4ll'lll: lkvy Clnln: Buys' Pilzllm' llrprr- se-nluliwv:ll0lmuI1'Clull: Huy of ilu- V1-1-lx: Slmla-nl Conn:-il: liunzl. Yin-1--l'rn--Aixlf-nl. Drum Nlujmg l'1-In liuml. llirz-4-lor: llnnur Hanll: N.I".l... lim'-l'r1':-i1l4-Ill: lzlrsily lM'lmI1'1 Ulflizulwlll llwl-lm-1-n." I"iuw1:l41s Aezwrz-a M K'I'llISIfIN 1 . Spiz. lrvsiulenl: llonor Suwin-ly: liuml lfilizvnnllip lilgrim: Girls' Stun- llvprvsclllaliu-: Nliu-ll lllmrufz l".ll, K.: H.-Suk: I.ulin Clulr: Y -'l'1'1-uv-: Prom lfmnluilla-4-. l,l'I4lI.I.l M vl"rox 'ilu-ri-llamliuing lilulm. l'xm,ni-1 M un M vrusu Sl. 'll1'r1'nu'H .Mwult-lily: llulmr Snvii-ly. 'lirvan-1ill'1-r: 1 -'l'w-ll-4: ll.A.-N.: l.:llin Clnlr: Nanupu lligli N:-xmrnulu-r, QIIICIIA K K'I'IIl.I-Il'I'V M n HIQXIKX lfrzllllxlill lligll Hvlluol. Www!-1 NIIIFAIKIVKNII Supl:-l"rouli Fuollrall: lim-4-lmll: lluxing. Ninn.-x Mn 'Nlxzflnlfzn Girls' lil:-1' lilllll: I4'.II. K, lll4IIl'l'R L me NICK N lGll'l' llunnr Sue-icly: Girls' Gle-0 lllulu. Ijlnrariun: l".ll. K. Ilnmmrz Ll-Ji-: Mf:M mv. Spiz: Hpaniuli Clulr: l'rum iionlniillvn-: .Nauru 'l'y pin. NN n wr: xl12NI1'IIUI.tH L0 Us rm u Huw Mmnl.l.1u's I' I" A lNlCl,NllN lhm. Nlll,l,l-:lc ls-uivv lli ll Sa-luml: lfxplurn-ru liluln. Vim--l'r1-uicla-lil: llouu- ll llumu lla-pr:-nu-ululiu-: Ynrnilp l"uullmll. All-liig Six 'l'1-nm llunurulnli- Mvuliuu: 'l'rn1'lx: Nliu-nl lilmirz Ulflizallnf-Ill llu Quin-ll." :num Juv lxlII,l,I'IN llumlg l'1-p lluml: llnuur llaluel: Urvlwnlru: Hpzluir-ll Clulvl liA.A. Jnxcv lllvzuwiluwll. Mrrl ul4.:.l. Supiv, lllnnn lillilurz 'l'ln-npiuun. l'ra-sill:-ul: I".ll.A.: UJXA. N.l".l..: Slnuls-ul lluy 'l'a-an-lu-r: Sm-uiur Claim lluum-il: Spiz: "W lnu'n W lun" liuunuillc-v: llunnr Sm-in-ly: Girl uf Ilu- Wm-k: l.nIiu lilulu l'ruru llmuulilla-4-L Ullivn- Nluuilur: ullull- mill: Junly "3 "l'1lizuln-Ill Ilu-Quu-1-n." l'1'l'lll-.L Nlrr'l'l.l-As'l'r:u'l' fimu-I. lhunilxmm Muunpvr. Mlxcrliuiuy: Mnlmgu-r. l'Iu'llaulp:e- lfrlilnrg Quill null Svrull. S4-vrn-lury-'l'rn'usur4-rg UJLA.: Y- 'l'4-:-un: l"r4-ua-lu lilulu: Spizz l'ruuu liumluillvv. mumw Mun-4 12.A.fX.: Y -'l'1-umm: l".ll.'K,: 1iirln'llln-0 lllnln. Ymu.x Mumuc Y -'l'4-4-nu: l".ll.N.: l.nliu Clulu. I-'man 'I'uuMxs NILIIIDI. Supl:-l"runli lfuullmll: Yurnily l"nmllmll: lllu-N: l".l".L: lli-1 . Slnll- lluuu-nliull: 'l'rm'ls. in-u ku-,ww-:ru Nu mn, Supl:-l"rm4ll l"uullxull: lurnily l"uuIlmll. -Kll-llig Six 'l'1'uul. llumurulrlu- M4-uliuu: 'l'ru4'k: linxiuu: lLlv4e-lmll: lli-Y: lllu-N: l".l".A.: lloy n' 'l'umlrliug 'l'4-nm. X A-:Lu x Noir:-ox Y -'l'1'4'llnL l".ll.-L1 Xln-rvllznnli-millg lflula, l"iiI'1ll,l'.NIullS mm xx N-'I'c-4-un. Sa-1-rs-lun: 'l'lnvnpinlu-: N.l".l... l'uiut Km-4-pa-rg "ln...- wan. .l...l,"i uni.-P xl.,..n..r. lmuu NNN:-. l'x'l"n-.usux l'lu'vqniuun: Spaluinll lfluln: 1-'l'4-vm-: l'roun liuluulills-v. Luis Inu-.m s l'l':u.inNl-:r l".ll.-K.: Y -'l'a-1-nn: Girln' lil:-1' liluln. W ll,I,I iM l'Iw l',lIIa'I"l' I'l-znnlws l'1-p llnunl: llnurn' lluml: llznml: Urrlu-nlrsl. l'rn-ni4l1'ul: Spau- ir-ln lllullz lllu-FN: llnm-lmll. Nlnunuu-r. an I'l-,'rlf,ueu4.s I1'.I-'A . Invu Yuwwi. l'u4.n:mw .Slum-5 Spiz: 12.A.A.: Art lllulr. H4-4-ra-lury. llvpnrlvr: llirll-' lil:-r Kiluln: Nlixml Clmir: Tuullrliug 'l'a':nu: Si-uior llvnuly l.hu'4'll. jun NIANTIIA l'IN'I'III'IN llnlul. Lillruriun: Spiz. Vive'-l'r1'v-ielrllll llulmte' Clulr: N.l". l... Svrri-lury -'l'rvnnurl-r: Ulliw- Muuilurg Y -'l'4-1-ns. Kiulriua-I: ll.A.A.: 'l'ulululiug 'l'a'nlu: l"rvum'll Kflull: l'rnm Iluulmillc-4-: l".ll,N.: Sllulf-ul Huy 'l'u-alvlwrg Yalrnily lM'lnll1'. M , yi:-' iw, I 'S In A Wuxrl-:lt l". l,0'l"l'IilK l". F. A . lhtmum JEAN l'lu4:l1: G.A,A.: Y-Teens: Girls' Glee Club: A Cappella Choir. Librarian: Rifle Club, l'rt-nidenl: llowlinu Club: l'roln Coln- lnittce: Tennis: Debate Club. lloN.u.n D. Prurzrz Soph-lfronh Football: Varsity l"ootball: 'l'ennir4: Hand. Pren- ialent: Band:-unan of the Year: Pep llantl: Dance Hand: llonor Hand: Blu N: Key Club, l'reHident, Seeretary: Hx- plurers Club: lli-Y: Senior Clam-1 Couneil. .l. Rolucm' Qu1Nl.Y Travk: Debate Club. Yi:-e-Preaitlellt: llonor liand: Pep Band. Manager: Student Day Music- llireetor: liille Club: lland. Sei-retary-'l'rcar-murcr. l'reni1It-nt: lN.l".l,. Ilr:l.l-:N SHIlll.I'Ii lhnsm Spiz: St-ienee Club: Y-'I'uunHg Uflive Monitor: Choir: l"rent'h Club. l'i4:u4:x Lott lhwmlws Student Council: Sage. Av-ssl. llttaillcns Manager. lilneilienn Vlanager: Spit: llonor Som-iety: Mixed Chorus: Quill and St-roll: ltalin Club: G.A.A.: l".ll.A.: Y-'l'ecnn: Bowling Club: Student Day 'l'eat-her: Madrigal Choir: l'roln Connnittee. R.tMnN.i Jaw lh-LINHKH llonor Sueietp: Girls' Federation. Vive-Preuinlellt: Spiz: G.A.A.. Viee-Presitlenl: Y-'l'eenn: Tennis: 'l'unlblinpz Tealn: ftrehery Club. Seeretary: l.utin Club: llillv Club: Ski Club. Pwsi lhznlml. Rl'1l'lINt2l'1K Y-'I'eenn: GJLA.: l".ll.A.: Mixed Chorus. lion li. RIIIEYICR Deer Park lligh School: llebale Club. President: Senior Clam-1 Council: Boxing: Key Club: Bowling Club: 'l'raek: lllu-N: N.l".L.: Student of the Week: lloyn' State llepre- sentative: Varsity Debate. I.ivolw Iiouux X -'l'eenr4: l".ll.A. llufiwic Ilonmws Varsity Basketball: Sophomore Basketball: Golf, State Mt-daliulg Blu-N: Student Count-il: Quill and Serollg Spanish Club: .lnnior Class Vive-l'rer4idcnt: Crm:-I. l'iditor-in-Chief. Sports Editor. Asst. Sports lidilor: Proln Committee. LINDA lionlNsoN r Kodiak lligh School: Spanish Club: Grmvl. Cireulalion lfiditur: Quill and S4-roll: Y-'l'ef-nn. lion Rumi:-11.1. Soph-l"roah lfoolballg Sophomore llahltt-tball: Varsity l"oot- ball: lla:-ueball: lllu-N, President. Ntmzx' Lm-1 Rolrr G.A.A.: Spiz: Girls' tllee Club: Mixed Chorus: Prnln Coni- nlittee: Debate Club: Student Counvil: Uanee Hand Yoeal- ist: Howling Club: Y-Teena. lfluwfztzs Loulslf: Russ Y-Teens: Dt-hateClul1: N.l".I.: Latin Llnlni l.onl9N ltn1'lu:nll.n llurr Oak lligh St-hool: Boys' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: 'l'raek: Radio Club. Mumlr: JUNE ltunmcx G.A.A.: Archery Club: 'l'ulnbling 'l'ealu: 1 -'l't-ella: l".ll.A.: Student Day Tearlier. RICHARD ll. liUMI'l-IL Spanish Club: Mat-hinist Club: A Cappella Choir: Varsity llaneball, Manager. I-.NNI I'lI 5iIlI I Il Nun uw II. 5l,lll.II'l x IIumI. l'n xv r-.-4 Shawn x N All ll-Ln II,-LK.: I,nlin IIIuIv1 I-'.ll.L: 'K Lalgnpe-Ilan l1Iluir: 'I'4-nm ll INI.IaP4 KY WIINII 5I'1III,KI,I'IK Ynrnilx IIu-1-IHIII: I".I".K.: SIIHII-nl Ilany 'I'1-an-Ilvr: IIa-1Iu'lInuII. Ilusun W u.l.nM Sn:-.lxrux IIIHVNL Iinyn' Ill:-r IIInIn: Supl:-I"runIl I'xnolImII. Nlallmga-r: Snplmlnuru' IIamIu'tImII. 'Ilmmpn-r: Iuruilx IIawIu-lImII. Wan- uua-rz Ili-I 1 film:-I. II1-porn-r. Ihunuu .Ilan slll lI'I'I.II'0" 1l.'X.-K.: I 4'I'4-rn-1: I".II. K. nu SI'VII'.II IIIu-N: Supl:-I"rnuIl Im.-ulmllq I nrsilx I"4mlInnII: S1-ninr Ulm-- I1mlll1'iI. Ilmus Sulaunln. Smln Sprinun IIip1InS1-luml, I-Zv I-1lll'Z'l"I' 5'VII'I II Mm Nl. Smrru Ihnrpin Iliull Svlmnlg Nliu-nl Illmru-1: YI:u'Ilini-I lfluln. I,l-.0 Smrrn Supl:-I"ru-Ah I"unlImII1 Ihmlinuz LS, Num XI un. SVIITII Ifal1IIu IIIIIII, I'r1'nIaI1-ull 'I'--uni-1 51'i4'ln'1' IIIuIn. IIN-- I'ra'r-ilIl'nI. I'r1'nilIl'lll. ,Lx I.ll,l.u'w Sul rlll.v I - I 1-vn-g hlrln I.I4-1- l.InIx. S'ItWI,l'J NI Srmun IInIIy mmnl HighS1-lmulgSuplmnmro Hunk:-lIruII: Supl:-I"rm4h I"uolImII: Slmlu-nl Klmuwilz Ilunnr IIumI: Ilunva- IIAIIHI1 I'1-p IIuluI: llumw-rl Ilnnslg Ili-I 3 Huplnunmre' In-II I,4-mln-r. I-IMM x Ihuu-1 Svxuns I".II.L: I -'I'l-1-nn: 1511.3 Girl:-' Ulm- Illnh. nlnSl-l-,su1.l: I". I-'. A. Lune NI nur, S'rnm un' I -'I'1'vm4g Il.A.'L: Sci:-:Irv llluhz 'I'umIuIing 'I'u-um: In-In-ry l1IllIlL Hirln' ISIN- IfIuIn: I".II.N.1Spiz. IIIIKIILI-I'NI'I S'l'lI,I.IIl1II,I, Spin: Il.N.'L. lIonn1'II: I".II,fI.: I-'I'n-1-lm: 'I'n-main: I"ra-In Iilulr. I'ru--ialvlll: Su-if-nvv IIInIm: Ski Ifluh. I'r4'ni1I4'nI. NTVKNLYS l':l.-UNI-I S'rlNr1Mn1'z F.ll.A.: Y -Teens: Girls' Clem- Club: Mix:-tl Chorus Iloswft M. Swveusom College lligh Svbool: Girls' Ulu-1: Club: Mixed Chorus. ENID B. STHANG Fill.A., Historian: G.A.A.: Bowling, Treasurer: Girls' Glee C ub. CAROL STRAUHIIAR Spiz: ll,A.A.. Couuril: Girls' Glee Club: Y-Teens: Ski Club, Sergeant-at-Arms: Tennis Club: Tumbling: Team: l"renm:h Club: Art Club: l".ll.A.: Senior Class Count-il. Rtmunu Wsxfrrzn SUMMERS Spanish Club: Explorers Club: Thespians: llonor Choir: Quar- tette' Bovs' flee Club' "l"li7'lbeth the Que:-u"' "Romeo l . - , . , . .. , , . ant .luliet ." 'I'wu.A ,li-:AN Sumnums Spiz: G.A.A.. Set-retary: Honor Sou-iety: Tennis Team: Junior Class Secretary: Y-Teens. Program Chairman: Stu- dent Council: F.H.A.: Thespians: Prom Committee. REX SW'lNDI'1l.I. Soph-Frosh Football: Baseball: Varsity Football: Blu-N. I.uel.m BLANCIIIC Ttu'rl-in Art Club. JxN 1lAYI.0ll Spiz: G.A.A.: l".ll.A.: Y-Teens: llonor Choir: Mixed Cho- rus: Madrigal Choir. RALPH E. Tnowns Varsity Baseball: Home Room Representative: l".l9.A.2 Blu- N: Hi-Y: Explorers Club: Yell King. BARR-tn-x Tll0MPSllN Spiz: Spanish Club: Service Club, Vive-President: Tumbling.: Team: G.A.A.: l".ll.A.. Vice-President: Orchestra. Sevre- tary: Art Club. Vive-President: Y -Teens: Ski Club. lfumx' Tutvrzsox lflI.l. 'l'l.tu:l-:K Key Club: Art Club: lli-Y: Grmvl, Reporter, Cirvulatiou Editor. Advertising Manager. Asst. Business Manager: Quill and St-roll, Yire-President: Frenvh Club. XVILLIAM VALERY Toon Band: Sophomore Yell Leader: Key Club: Student Council: Latin Club. .lEtNm"rl-1 Tovm' Spiz: Blu-N: Thespians, Treasurer: G.A.A.: Tumbling Team: Office Monitor: Sophomore Yell Leader: Sophomore Football Queen Broken Heart: Bowling Club, President: F.H.A.: Student Council: Sage: Yell Duchess: Yell Queen: Girl of the Month: Home Room Representative: N.F.L.: Lelture Bowl Queen Attendant: Prom Committee. lJfuu.tNn N. Towmn' G.A.A.: Spiz: Bowling Club: Y-Teens: Arvberv Club: Tumbling Team: Girls' Glee Club: Rifle Club: Swfeetbeart Ball Queen. Dounuss ANN Tvcz Service Club, President: Merit Board. Chairman: Honor Society: Spiz: "Who's Who" Columittee: Prom Committee: G.A.A.: Y-Teens: Latin Club: Tennis Team: Tumbling Team: F.H.A. Frumua RUTH Vourr G.A.A.: Y-Teens: Archery Club: F.ll.A. Inu lf. Inlay! I". I". A . Jenn W. W mucus N.I".I... Viv:--I'r4-nidvul: Ile-Inns' lllulu. 54-rgrzln!-all-Arllm: K1-y l1IuIv. I'n-sialvnlz Ili-I. fIImpIuill: I".I".'I.. 'I'r1'unurvr: v IIIUAN: 'I'rzu'IA: "I'1Iiz:lIu-III IIN' Qu:-1-n": Smale-nl Iluy 'I':-an-Iu-r. Ilwln I.. W uw Ilaulio KIInIn. lnmslu W K'II4.IlM xx lhunuu I., wvl4.lII'Il Kulninll IIigIl h:'InmI: Uirl-1' CIN- l1IuIn: 4l.N.K.: Slnnlvnl llmmvil. Iiuum II, W I-.I-.ks I-'.I". K. uns x NI XNII-L IK lII'Ilz Y vim-r IIiuIl Svlmul: Ihuul. 'I'mirI1-r: I".II. L: I -'I'n-vu-1. Calvi- nu-I: U.fLN.g I"ri1-nslnllip 1.3m-rn. W Klllildi W u.u.u 1-. W urrr: Ihuliu Ill'-ln. Iluueuu I.m'nu': WILIII-.N Nr! lIIuIu. Ih-porn-rg I"r4-nr-Il llluh. Iim--I'rn-wiulvlllz IIIII Monitor. mms I.:-:lc Warm I I I 5 I I'.II.fI.2l..N.N.: I.nunl.Inl1: Ilmmr Nu-wly. I u-v-I'ro-1-nh-nl: I'-'I'l'v-nn, S1-rg:-'ml-all-,-Krnl:-. Yi:-4'-I'ru-sill:-Ill: Uflim- 'Ilnnilurz UIrIu' CIN- KIIIIIU. Ilvzmmrr H. Wann-:umm Ynrv-ily I-'mnlmllz Supl:-I"rm-In I"emlIuuII: SnpIunlmra- IIau-Iu-l- ImII: Iurnilx Ilnnlu-lImII: Iium-ImII: 'I'r:u'Ix: IIIu-N: IIi'I. Inu. Iiuvlw Wlmus Hrrln-wlral: Slrinu Ifllm-llnInI:'. 'mrrx I.:-.NI u X! uw. Spin I -'I'4-4-m-. fllxm I.:-ualvr. I'rugrnm lllmirlnnn. Ilulnilu-l: I1'.II.A.:15. LK.. Ilnunrilz 'I'mnInIinu 'I'1'alnl: Iluml. I.iI:ruriam: I'a-p Ihllul. I.lInrur1un: UrvIu-ulral. Irs-auun-r: Ilmmr Ihmfl, h.nl-:u'r W lu1.u'r Mnvhininl lfluln. .lmfw zil"I' A I H A H H 4 'x 1.IuIn1 III-I: Ilowllllgz I4-nllln Ivzllll: 51-:nor than In Cmuu-il: I'rnm Ilnnlmillu-1-1 'I'r:u-Im. mm I.nl lsr. Zum.:-.n I.nu'nln Illylv Svlmulz hxrla- lrlrr l.luIv. Nh :mu mmmnn -..,,NNxW' . . SA inn' ll AWORTII Brains and beautv combined, Sammy was chosen to reign as one ofthe Football lJllt'0Il.5 attendants: she oflieiated as Sage editor and Science Club prexy. This busy girl also took time out to participate in Spiz, Thespians, Y-Teens, and lonor Society. Liao ll,u.i. l,co exhibited a remarkable capability for leadership in holding the presidency of three clubs and guiding the pen as ,lunior secretary of Boys' Federation. This clever Art l'fditor of the Huge also displayed excellent scholastic ability. Muze Ai-is Outstanding in many lields, Alice edited The flrowl, wielded the gavel in Y-Teens and Quill and Scroll. She held membership in llonor Society, Thespians, Debate Club, N.l".L., and G.A.A. W XYNE B1.lr:kENs'r-wi' Well known not only in Nampa lligll for athletic prowess, but over all of Idaho, "Brains and Brawnn Blick has also stayed at the top of the honor roll. Writing is another of his many accomplishments, and most of the sports stories in The Sage are his works. I EA x mrrle 'I'ov in Dt FR Vivaeious Jeanette, reigning Queen of the yell leaders, served also as Lettuce Bowl Queen attendant. Besides having membership in Spiz, G.A.A., N.F.L., and F.H.A., she still found time for bowling and tumbling. nv Palme Fascinating lion capably guided the Key Club through its second semester activities. lie showed ability in all lields, including music, scholarship and athletics. .mms lklATIll5I'lN After representing Nampa at Girls' State, Fran returned to school to win IJ.A.R. honors and to be elected to head the "Spizzers." A few of her other activities were Service Club, llonor Society, and C.A.A. 22 ous hrII'l'tIlIEl.I. Mitch's great interest in dramatics netted her, among other speech honors, a trophy from the Pacific Northwest Speech Tourney. Included in this "Spizzer's roster was 'I'hcs Dian vrcsidenc '. Ilonor Societv, N.I".I... l.atin tflulr, and Su v. Class l'lditor. I I Y . Iwvv l.vn t llap attended to class duties in lrotll his Sophomore and Senior years, twice capturing the pyesidency. Rounding out his full schedule, he was a memher of Ilonor Society, Iiln- . and was at Varsity lraselrall player. UA N lin A rs or ,loun's membership in dclralc and the prcsidcncv of N.I".I.. proved her excellent speak- ing allility. ller other interests were in Ilonor Society. Orchestra, and working on the Merit Board. v fun' JonNsoN Upon leading the .lunior class through a prosperous year, Gary advanced to Student llody president. Ile showed skill in Inaselrall, haskcthall and track. Ile was also elected King of thc Ilarvest Ball. hmmm Rmm-:sn lied-haired Ramona, an outstanding scholar, displayed athletic aptitude on the tennis and tnmlnling teams and in G.A.A. Archery Clulr and the newly-formed Ski Clnlv lnoth claimed her as u memher. Denon I-:s 'l'vcz Petite "Dee" elliciently managed the Merit Board and the Service Clulr, She still found time for memhership in Spiz, Ilonor Society, and to participate in tennis. Dow M ATIIEWS Music und speech activities have heen Ilon's main interests while in high school. Direct- ing the I'ep Hand was one of his Iniggest responsibilities. Being very active in dehate und public speaking, he earned membership in N.F.l,., llelnate Cluh. Ile was also prexy of Ilonor Society. Joann Lei-1 Wn.m' I.ikeaI1lc Norma l.ce was vice-prcxy of Y-Teens and Ilonor Society. I".ll.A., U.A.A., Iiatin filnln. and Girls' Glen Cluh were a few of her many other activities. livery day during sixth period, she could he found working as an oflice monitor. l:----- Wag X mga... lr . g......w-U as-QL..- . ,f 1 23 i 4 ft , ,, ' , as 1- ., W 'K tests-'?xi'Sats:4-sazjast, Jn' DPIAN JANE lliizxmuw Cum: Pirrmxsow l'rexilll'l1l S1'r'r1'llll1v I ire-l'resill1'rlI adm We, the Junior class, with the motto "Success depends on backbone, not Wishbone," have been predominant in many activities since we first entered Nampa High. At each grading period we have eopped first place in attaining the most students on the honor roll. At, the first ofthe year we elected three versatile pepsters to lead our class: .lay Dean, president: Curg Peterson, vice-presidentg and ,lane Dickman, secretary. Chosen to head the biggest event of the year were Mary llelene Thompson and Curg Peterson, co-chairmen for the Junior-Senior Prom. Through their efforts the Prom was hailed as a sparkling success. Wfe cheered our ,lunior Varsity Basketball team at every home gameg they linished tht season with eight wins and seven losses. Ably advised by Mrs. York and Mr. Bittleston, we can always remember this year as one of our most enjoyable times in high school. Now as we step forward as uppcrclassmen, is e look to the future with great enthusiasm. 24 1 Alrlmtl, Richard Adams, Bethel Adock, Shirley Ag:-nlrroad, Larry Allen, Shirley Allvr, NN aynl' Baker, ,lanicv Harham, Caroline Harm-tl, Loliitu Barney, .lamivc Bassc-ll. llulnml Bvlllllllll, l'ilVon Hvltz, l.uVl-rnv Bvnnvtt, l-lurlmrzi Brits. Yvonnv Hriggs. Bolnlny Brown, Phyllis Buck, W1-mlvll Hullock, Rosie Burlilc. ,lim Cairn-, Czirlm-n lfalnlwvll, Sylvia CIllapn1an,Cnrl lillrisliailwy, .loan Clancy, Lawrance Lluy. liarl Clvlnvnha, Marge' Coates, Duane Cnffman. Vvlda fltlllflllilll, Dnnnu Collins, Shirlvnv lfmnvan, ,lvrolnv Culnvr. .Mirr- lironin, Paul llurrnw, Ray Day', Ardella Day, Herbie Dean, Jay Dickman, .lane Dillavou, Marilyn Dominick, M ary A lill Doner, Jeanne Dowdle, Rita Dubois, Arlene Dukeman, Delores l'inberg, Gerry lfarnworth, Shirley Ann Fisher, Dean Fisher, Harold Fleming. Donna l'll'3IlCf'S, Betty Francone, Barbara French, .loknn Ilchrke. Carol Gibbs, Sylvia Uiffnrcl, lieu Gilbert, Franklin Goto, Sam Grove, llelen Gunther, Anita lluentz, Norma Lee llahn, Richard llayes. .lack llenrickson, Mary L Herrick, Pat llershberger, Miriam Higgins, Elsa llngenmiller, Dean flolmes, Mary ,lo lloppins, Ilene C llufl'alu'r, Margaret Ann lluling, Marvin lluas, Mac llyslop, Margaret JSICOIDSOII, Elaine ,l ohnson, Beth Johnson, Wilma Johnston, Mary lillen .lones, Gayle Jones, Georgie .l ones, ,lorry jones, Reginald Jones. Wilma Jordan., Dnrla Junginger, Gene Kelley, llorothy Kihler, Connie Kirkland, Shirley Kirwr, .loyce Kleiner, lingerie Lacey, Ncita Lantzer, Gwendolyn Leishman, Calvin Long, Wilma Loosli, hlarllln Lovaaa, Darryl Love, Burnice Lovejoy, Sharon Lovejoy, Vcrlene Ludlow. Willis Luster, Betty Mahe, Lester Mays, lnez Mclllung, Ronald Mcllullough. ,lune Mcllinnis, Doris Mcflrew, Barbara McNees, Joyce Mills, Colleen M iner, Devona Miyalu-, llolcn M ooreliousc, Donna Morris, l,CllH'l3lN' M urray., Peggy Myers, Billy Nelson, Barbara Nvttlolon, Marilyn Newman, Bcity Nichols, ,lljlllllly Nuncnkamp, M Nylamlcr, .lim Olson, Ralph Palecek, llarlcnv Panclleri, ,loan Park, Milclrcml Park, Sally Poulsen, Carol Pvarson, Margarvl Perry, Hay Peterson, Curg l'cterscn, llalc Petcrsoll, Shirley Pcwitt, Evelyn Plinc, Paul Pooley, Rolrcrl Post, M clvin l'ow4'll, Marilyn Price, Ann l'ritclu'll, Lallenc Pywell, Roma HX Rawlins, Lynn Rawlins. Sm- liviningvr, Mick:-y Rr-lk. Winnie' llvnfrow, :xl"1ll'llil Hiilnvr. Jn Roarlx, Wvaynv Rollv, Billy Sump. ,loan Sc-lnfelv. Manila l.1'v Sc-he-ll, Normun Sllilllllllll, Richard Scott. .loan Simmons, Eleanor Shannon. Bill Sims. Gloria Skognberg, Duane Smith, Mary Lou Sommcrn, Nxancla Sontlmnl, Olrla Spangle-r, Sally Spitznoglv, Helly Stallings. Arlene' Slunlvy. Welton Stewart. lris Stvwarl. Norma Sticluley, llarolrl Trickett, Blanche' Targus. Le-Anna 'l'uylor. Barbara Taylor, Marian Thomas. Shirley 'l'hompson, Mary llelenv Tlnorm-, Louise 'l'i4lwr-ll. Carl Tolnler, l,ec 'l'l'asle, Ronalnl Tuel, Doris Turek, Emma Jean Turner., Carol Ulrich, Janice Urizar. Louise Urwin, Vernon Wall, Velma Washburn, George Wayman, Edith Wayment, Allen Welsh, Joan Wertenherger, Carol White, Billie White, Jerry Wilher, Wvilma Winans, Jeanne Wolfe, Lois Vioosley, John Worsham, Byna Wroten, .June Yamamoto, May Yates, Darlene Yeager, Elsie Yost, Pal Young, Joe Zellner, John Holloway, Betty lshihara, Seiichi Eastman, Duane Maravilla, John Pierce, Vaud Weaver, Leslie A NWYWIZM 1,0- -4? S M . I0 .' w JVHLIS :Z mf' fi" .1 I bw ,KW bv --- L' 4' mm . . 'wal Mmm-:x Dian. Pr:-eizlffnlr Nl tumor: ill.:-:vii-zvrs. I if-1--l'r1-.xi1Ir'nl: ,li-:lun Zlmwlmuvuw. .Nm-1-1'r:u-y "Either Weill find a way or wcill make one" was the slogan chosen hy the Sophomore Class ol'1950. White for purity and red for valor were the favorite colors of our class. To start the year out right. the students elected Mickey Dean as class president. To assist Mickey we chose Maurice Clements, vice-president, and Jerry Zimmerman, secretary. Our winning sophomore football and haskethall teams came through their seasons victori- ously. To lend support to the hoys. Carol Allen, Margy llooker, Hill Cowen, and Bill Weeks led the cheering section in peppy yells and songs. We not only supported our sophomore teams, but we were always present at the varsity games. We took first prize in the red sweater section at the haskethall games. To show the intellectual side of our class, we published a magazine, "The Green Years," containing stories and happenings of our first year in high school. With our sophomore year completed. we can look hack on this year with pride in our accomplishments as underclassmen. 32 1 Q 3' Unrnhnlu. Xniln XII 1'll. lialrul Ulvll. V4--:Ivy Hurry. Nluulo-x llalrlon. ,Inlul lil-4-klulul. llvlmanr Il 1-unnxa- I. ID nnuu lla-rg, 'I' enlls Hi:-pzvrl. Yann-x Hluuu a-r'. Il nnll il.: Iilwl- urn-. llnrulll Huul, lglnalllzl Ur unn- ku. K lulu lirfmn. Kwmnir- liruwn. Y:-run llnrlu-x. lla-I 1'll 41ul4lxu'll. Claris: Cl nall lwivk. Jllvhlln- huh-rmnl. ,lum- lia-vk xx ilh. lllm 1- liillivk. -hh: llmnlr. Gary llruggvlnaul. Julia llmpnmn. Mws- 0 'Yu- Mlulrc-ss:-1. lilniv U1-1-kuilll. Jvalu Ilixhy. Huh- Illnkv. Yu-rmm lhmlll. l"ranu-1-5 lirum-r. lla-rnlzl llurm-Illia-Ill. Myra- lllmpnmn. Claudia llln-nr-5. llurlmral hulrn-ws. lilln-I IM-Iknup. llurnl Hrnnmn. l"ramk llnlnlvill. livin' lh-nlwr. lflsiv lilauwlmrnl. Mill llriggs. 'Ania liurkvl. Nz-il lillillvllllvll. Rmllwy IRIS WW Illlriulialwy . llin-lx liulvumn. .limnly Crnlm-r. Luis lzila-r. Kum- l"urriln'y. llalrolnl Gilman. Ga-ralel lilvnlenlvi. Nluurivf- Collins. l'ul:45 Crugllzln. llwiglnl lilnln-r. 'l'onl l"rum-nlnv. Sllirlry Uifforrl. .luzmiia Clvlllzflllu. liulpll Col:-lon. Roy llallnn. llulu-lla linglz-hart. llnnml l"r1lns. Lallcm- llillen, Belly in in 'S' Clewvlanml. Douglas Cline. llrlz-n Conneuly . llnn Cullnlalrlc. l'llp Ilia Ilan Q-npurl. llolilry Dr- Mill. Hmmil: lhaim-. llluim- lin-rlz. Nlurgzurcl lfnml. llurlcm- Uzlilhcr, William Gulrl. Sally Cowen. Bill is fa T N ii Cloyll. Larry lfumlma. lllmpzvlll Corrler, Sara lam- Con-rl, Lois Draper. llutlliv llnlliy. llnrlo-nr l"aul1-r. llully Furry. llzlln- Guruer, l'aI llilxlm. Knllnla-1-n Gram, litlwarll Urvgll. linlln-r 3-I llnlr. llonnu lluln--4. Jnuivl- llnlla-r. Xlyrnn Hull:-5. Burn-I Ilulu-rsun. l,uur1-nv llaulllu-y. Uliu- llarrolrl. Joann llunlmnn-lx. llif-L llama-llyal1,:0r. llhuwk lla-rmun. Frank Ilsmkrr. Nluruir Horne-r. Jzuflxiv lllml. Ja-nn Ilnnlvr. l'Il4lsm Huh-r. Ynrmnn J:-nkiuw. 'Nlurun lu-rmm-. liilly J4--wr-n. lla-xc-rly ,hun-a, lhrln-rl Jcllluillgvr. llillu-rl kinu. Hvluuy kniulll. Uulnrv- krrpa. Krxinl kri1'1u'l'. Juanln' Krnlnllu'hm'h. john knklu. lin-rnnrd Lurru-u. Marilyn l.4'zH1'll. 'Nnrnm Le-an-r. Hunivu- I.:-sle'r,Hl1-n :T vu.. 35 lla :ns4r u. Un-lor:-rx llumillun. Gluri lla-rm. Ilill H1-yur. Rivllalrnl Hllllllll. Clynlz- llnlmlrum. Pan Kvrlu-L lla-Iurn-N kilulvr. llnnnu Krugvr. Jim lxugle-r. llullg 11 cn In-wis. ,loam lmwiu. Shirley Jw Lylv. Curlis Leinhman. Dale MvC0rlni1-lc. Margaret McFarlan1l, Helen Mitllestedl. Wayne Munn. llivllartl Nolrle. lillcn Ode. llnlen Patterson, Marlin Perron. Duane Pilnlan. Len Pullesen. Douglas Max-Gregor. 'Yummy Marlins. Nurenf! Mcillothlen. Juan Mihan. .lim Moore, Marilyn Muorelmlnw. Shirley Oflil. ,Iuuniln Olnmlcaul. Rulxerlan Petersen. Barbara Peterson. Marilyn Pollock. Duane Panel. Wilma 36 l'ruIl'r. Mun Suurln-1. llnpa- Sllowllllvr. fllvmln Snnnlwr. Him Sloffrr. Nnrumll Hivhnralmm. km l'ra-nrnil. ,laum--1 l'rir1-. Hurry l'ri1'1'. .lnlmng Purelulll. llivk Palm-rnnll. Dale Svlnau-fvr. l"raulu'1'1- Svllnlirll. Km-nm-lh Sm-hrilnpm'ln'r. Lnllullu Scars. Huhvrl Sin-fntnll. Shirley Shroll. Nluruurvl Shrnll. Shirlvy Skulxky. Lurrn Skillings. Hoy Slurp. Lulu Pipnrlw. limmiv Springs. linger Sprung. l,u1'lln Squirv. l"urrn'h Slcclv. Jamie' Sl:-wzlrl. li:-xl-rly Sulllx-. Uivkiv Hillllrlfy. U1-urglt Ralllmlolpll, l"rulu'0n llrylmlllu. .lnvk Hin-In-win. l':-ugir liivluvy. ,hum-s River. Jura-pllilw lfmlrk, Murjuriu lloluluiun. l'ul Sunuu-lsull. lmliuy Sheldon. Mikr Smilh. 1.1-umlrul Sligilv, llvlvn Rim-lmrzln. Lorem' llulvlxilnmn, llivk IST lhrlnimmll. lille-n Tlnnnpnzm. Sharon N zlnrlcn limi. Glenn Wurxl. llulvy Whitv. Dun Willa-lnzln. Nadine llulninnml. l, l.. 'l'onl:l. .lily Yalmlcnllns. Ly Warmer, Lcwii- w'hi!1'. lim-ls Wolf, Leon ll ll llmlcnnpie-l. Carp Trnelnloml. lfnglenc Yalnrlcrlnecr. Belly Weeks, Bill Wilde. Roger Yunlulnoto. lluanc' llmw. ll:-llu-rl 'l'nf'l. Peggzy Vurc. llurolnl Wm-ks. Vina Wilake. Kenneth Yartcr. Jim Ilona. Uh-n 'l'nrpc-n. Dnlurcs Wllgllcrr. .lollmllvc NX1:ighl. llivharml Willis-lnm, Donna Yuen. Calvin GUM. -19. .- lln-en. Murgure-I llmlrrllill. Milwlrn-ul Willis. Dnlnrma Wlu-rlm-lx. Shirley Jo Winter. livercll fahel. Sharron 'l'he-nrvr. Hn-nl Yzlil. Nlarpurm' Wluluh. .lzlnmm Whilv. lllarenrv Wilmer. loc Zilnlnernlan. Jerry L 3'-'Y , 'it 38 fi, -4 A 1? P f - xx x 1 1-,f L A4 - ,g I ,ga s " 'DG P .n-95: if 'ff f,-f Q. . 4-7 .Q5 X ,QA 68' ods' xxx. N A Q10 0 gy- ' 1 f 2 A NNY 0910 Q ly 4 0,40 , Aki Hlmse ?? Y I i S or N I 'E 1 'dpi E.'UI 6 - or 5 X :-,:3 I , a1 'f r' Club Capers sponsors frolic-andfun, Wfith Carnivals and dances for everyone. 2, Q f Thefve helped us by many means of cheer ff . W To look back on a closing, happy year. 'fbi , '1 V ug.: . ,, " 1 R , , ,- , . T6 , V , W A' . . ' , - . V' , , giixf I ' . Awful - xii? Vfir. 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Nllnwnkzunp. li. jolimson. ll. Nlrluotl, l., Ilall. Mr, liotlahl .... Wvronll Row: ll. Winans. l'. llvrrivli. l.. llolxinson. l'. lironn. ,l. M1'N4'1's. l'. llalulinu . . . Viral Hull: lf. Nlitti-lat:-all. 'L Un-. add Quill and Scroll is an honorary 1-lulr at Nampa lligh. Mcnilrcrsllip is llIlllll'tl lo junior and se-nior students of 'flu' Crawl or the Sage who have f'0Illplf'lt'll at least one sc-lilestvr of out- standing work on a puhlivation. Being an honorary vluh. it flovsnit follow an avtivf- F-t'lIt'fllIlt'. but is lilnitvfl to club lll0t'llllgS and formal initiations. 7002045 ' The llonor Societyfs lllt?lIlllt'I'S compose the upper fifteen por cunt of their class. 'l'wo initiations are- hclrl. ont' in the spring for thc junior initiates, anal the othcr in November for the seniors who llavf' mot tht- qualifications. ,M the close of the year. thv rvmaining money in thvir treas- lll'y"'f'ilI'llt'tl by selling svhool pt-llvils-'will he lurm-fl ovcr to tht- lsoothull Staflium lsllllfl. 'l'llir4l Rolf: l.. llall. ll. ,lollnNon. ll. ltyllal. W . lfli1'lu'll+Ia1l'f. ll. Nlallivurv. 'l'. llalllrvrg .... N vlvmll lfolr: ll. 'l'y4-1. l.. Gilln-rt. l'. Nl1'Kniglll. ll. Ri-inv-lu-. J. liranall. 'l'. Suvnlns-r-. N. I.. Wilt-9. I". Nlallliu-n. Nliw tlonrasl . . . l"irsl Run: l'. lhnslini. D. lxorn. l'. Xlzituwli. .l. lllouggll. li. l"4-rgn-aoll. N. Nlw. U. l"o-I1-r. .l. Nlitvlwll. S, llawortlr, -12 1 . g ' 5 "A:., . Thinl lfrnr: Nr. Sallllxwlrmvl. V . ,I1'ulxinH. .I. Zvllllvr. ll, Sulllllu-rs .... Yvfnurl lfnlr: 5. llzuuxrlh. I.. Unnlr-r. W . Wlilhur. K. Grass. J. Hirv. ll, l':lII1-rum . . . l"irwl Iffur: J. Uixvl Hin. J. Vilrln-ll, V. Luulluns, I 'l'lu-spiuns is an IIUIIUI'l'Illll1'UIlllDllSl'1lUl'lIl1'lll'lllllillil'!-H sluch-nts who llilYl'l'1ll'Ill'lI lhvir lllvllllwr- w per s ship through parlivipuliun in plays and 1Il'l'lillllLlli0ll vmlu-sts. 'I his ycar lhvy prvsvntf-11 ligc-r lI0lIHl'.w ll llll'c-1'-uv! lnyslvry vollu-nly. whivh was umlvr lhv llirvvliml uf Mr. SHIINIPISOII. This !ilN'1'l'h vlllll is upvn to any sluclvnt who has vx1'vll4'1l in villwr debate or dranlatic' spvzlkillg. Many Ill0llllH'l'!i 4-l1tm'4-fl tha- sp1-v1'h tournmnvnl al Gonzaga Univvrsity this spring anal 1'lilillll'll high honors. 'l'l:ir1llfull: I", lin-U-, ,I, Ilrnmll. Il, llruunvr. J. Waugh-r-. D. Nlullu-M-. S. l"nrmvr . , . Sr-1-null Rulr: j. Din-I Iiis-. J. l'inlh4'r. K. l'rivr ll. hhlu. J. Nlilr-hvll. li. Kish-nvr. Ur. Nlulln-nw . . . l"ir.sI Hun-: K. Hu-. J. Hurlilv. .l. Kish-nvr. .l. Ili:-kmzm. H. Liu-1'hly..l. Tun-5, I-3 'i l 'l'hir1I Row: W. Ludlow. ll. Ridener. J. Wage-rs. .l. Zellner. li. llrauncr. ll, Qninly. D. 'Vlallicws .... 9 1-mmlkuu-: C. Yuen. ll. P3 well. Il. Price. .l. Brandt. I". limes. .l. llicklnan. J. l'inlher. Mr. Mathews , . , l"ir.vl lfmr: S. Lou-joy. A. Abe. ,l. llurlile. F. llripzgz. ,l. llidcncr. L Cnlncr. .l. Y onng. Zefcwe Ha! The Debate Club sold coffee and doughnuts at all home basketball games and sponsored a Basketball ,lamboree to raise money to send the debaters to Lewiston and Spokane. They presented programs at both Cambridge and Nlidvale lligh Schools. including musical numbers and readings by members ofthe club. e U , , . . . . lhose enerffetlc students in white sweaters and red emblems. who are alwa 's seen llllSll on rs Y the job at football. basketball. and baseball games, are none other than our Service Club members. They attended a banquet at the llill House in Boise at mid-term and a picnic in May honoring new sophomore members. Sm-mul lfulc: W. Solnlncrs. ,l. Pam-hs-ri. N. Grass. J. Scott. l". Mathis:-n. I.. 'l'oblcr. Nl. Nun:-nkulnp. l.. ,Xgcnbroad , . . l"ir-sl lfmr: l'. lhli. W, lln-lk. .l. llivknlan. ll. Tlunnpsun. U. T54-z. J. Web-mln, W. Ludlow. I.. lluro. Nlr. Ilruse. 4 YL ,g?""1 l"nurlh lt'nu': Il. Stiekney. ll. liriupzs. li. Hess. Y. 'l'o:Id. W. lishellnan. C. Keiln. li. Burns . . . 'l'hir1l lfznr: C. Cederstlonl. H. Nidener J. Conn-an. C. Chupvnun. ll. Mathews, M. Clements . .. Se:-uml Hour: ll. 'l'ln:-ek. I.. Malte. J. Cornilles. ,I. Zapp. J. Kruger. J. l'riee . ldinl lfnu: lx, Jellkinr-. ll. Pri:-z'. .l. V anger-4. C. Wliner. Nl. Jenkins, Tw Most elnbs haye a faeulty member an advisor. but the Key Club has a representative from the Kiwanis Club. livery 'l'hursday the elub sends two members to the Kiwanis meeting. As the yearis projeet the elub painted the sehool bieyele racks. ln order to raise money to send a Key elubber to the International Convention in April, members sold Bulldog Deeals. Z 4 The almighty lixplorers made popeorn sales their main money-making projeet this year. selling it at all the home basketball games. 'l'o initiate the lowly new members. the elub took an exeursion trip lo Sueeor Creek Canyon. It spring trip to the Grand Tetons was planned for the early part of June. 'l'hir4l lfnlr: li, Johnson. lx. liallen. l.. Vtarner. V. skller. ll. Hiller, ll, Perry. W. Jenkins. lt. lluhn. Mr. Caldwell .... Yeeonzl Rule: ll. Lula. J. Zellner. N. Kinney. ll. l'riu-e. W. llliekenslafl. J, l'riee. Mr. Innllsm . . . I-'irsl Run-: Wlr. Kuelin. W. Ludlum. lt. Tlxonnn-. 'l'. llall- beru. J. Kruger. l'. I'line. J. llullenberk. 45 aa... Qtlaihs .- ,.. SENIOR SPIZ lflflll How! J. lliiel Iiiss. A. Grass. ll. lleillel-ae, J. llrzludt. lf. Hurulzlu. Il, llalusey. Nl. llarris. 'l'. Suluuu-rs . . . l"nurlh Kun? J. llit-4-. J. Nlilvhell. Y. Coyle. J. Hurlile. J. Taylor. li. llutlin. TN. Root. ll. 'l'hompson. C. Slrnubhar. U. 'Kshby . . . Tllirfl Rolf: li. ll. Lies-lily. ll. llogenuliller. li. MeMahan, li. Marshall. W. Dunn. I. Pierson. l.. Homer. ll. Korn. Mrs. Wray .... 9 f-1-mnlkuu-: J. 'l'ou-3. ll. llriui- llull. C. Stillwell. ll. 'l'om1'ry. l'. Rawlins. lf. 'l'y1'z. l.. Stewart. 5. lluuortll. Wliss llird. bliss U1-0 , . . ldirsl Hulr: U. Johnston. J. l'intll4-r. l". Nlatlliseu. YV. Urzly. .I UNIUR SPIZ lfnurlll Rolf: S. Thonlas. .L l'rive. J. Kiser. li. Worshaln. P. Yost. M. Clements. M. S1-lu-el:-. J. Svoll. lf. Jacobson. ll. lie-nu:-ll . . . 'l'l1ir1l Karr: S. Nlleu. W. Guenlz. S. Rawlins. J. Halter. J. Mn'FN1-es. P. llrovin. J. llirkmau. J. llidener. li. llylrck. NV. Somlm-rs. .I. Samir . . . Svvnlnl Rule: l'. llerrivlx. J. miilunis. Nl. Tlionipsou. M. llershlwrger. l.. l'rilm-hr-lt. ll. Nliyalav. J. llouer. l'. Ylurruy. W . lin-Ik . . . Firxl Hunt Miss Hird. Urs. Wrap. I The Spizzers again completed a successful year. fulfilling their motto. "Snappy pep insures zest." These pepsters sold hot dogs to tht- hungry fans at all home football games. and spon- sored busses for the student body to out-of-town football and basketball games. Other artivities included sponsoring half-time skits. tabulating the red sweater section. and presenting a skit for the Football Jamboree. ln December. the Spiz members and team sailed along with "The Good Ship Lollypopf' at the annual football banquet. .Mnidst lrish songs and roses the all-svhool Spiz formal was held in Nlareh. A senior farewell banquet brought the year to a close. Miss ,I une Gee and NI rs. l"re-da Wray' are the advisors. with Yliss -Xnnie Laurie Bird honorary advisor, 40 Mft' sq! lfiflh Rnlr: I.. Iluru. II. Sinn-r. J. IN-un. II. IIQ-ns. ll. Ilan. I". Nivllol. Il. I'rirn-. Il Iiulu-rls, II. Ilurur-. Ii. IIin'IlarnIruul. II. Morgun . . . l"nurlll Hun: II. I'Iu-lpn. II. I.31Iu. Y. Y1u'nln.tl. Ilnrl. I.. Ilrnnkn. I.. Iilwumaul. W. IIIi1'Iu'nstulT. 5. Unto. K, Jolunmn. II. ltmlv. II. IlPl'IKIll!l. . . , Tllinl Hun: J. Satin-Ilrz, II. IIi4I1'ln'r. I.. Ilallvlnitl. II. Slmlnum. II. I'1-It-rrmn. II. I.iltI1'. Il. Vvlilkt-rrmll. Il. Sllvltnll .... 9 vrmnl Row: Mr. I.:-win. II. Ni:-Iml. J. Wngvrn. W. I'QsIn-Imam. It. NI4-tllung. tl. juhnsnn. II, I.ukt-nga. tl. IIunp1'H.J.Ilurllillvs. It. Swindvll. If. I'Iut'I'. ll. Iluss. N. Ixinnvy. Klmwln Ilramn. ti. K4-im. 1. 'I'uu-y . . . l"irxl Kun-: II. Nlawlmy. I.. Ihnwlilln. .I. Muruxillal. If. Nllrn. 'I'. Ilallllu-rg. NI. Nllllvllkulllp. Zia-W Illu-N is tht- lmys' It'IIt'l'Illt'Il 0l'QilllIZilII0ll. 'Iny hoy who has 1-urnml his hluo "N" may join Il. Whit:-. It. 'l'ln-nuns. Il. Itmlm-ll. this vluln. 'I'wu initiatiuns ure- In-ltl vavh yt-au' in thc' high st-lmul gym. 'Ilhv vlnlr sponsored tht- RIIIIIIIHI Ifcmtlmll .lunllmra-0 in tht- fall. :intl also sont hnssos to tht- flistrivt anal state Inaslwthall ItlllI'IlilIIlt'llI QIIIIIIPS. We- Z 'l'ln- Ili-Y has haul a vt-ry su4't'vssl'ul yt-ur. llIltIt'l'IilIxIllg many 1lil'forn-nt uvtivitivs. fhnong the-sv Wt'l't' sponsoring a slanvs- uftvr an haskvthall gklllltx. and ushvring for many vivit' affairs. Mr. I'lIlllt'Y Ilittlvston. vlulm utlvisur. supvrvisvs tht- lmys' avtivitivs. 'l'hir1l Hun: Nl, Snlilh. II. I.y4In. I.. Dnrn. I.. Iilnmul. ti. K4-im. I", Xin-hul. D. Sp:-m-4-r. IJ, Vilkt-rsnn .... 51'1'nrnllt'ul4': II. tihupnlun. NI. 'Nuln'nIunnp. It. Ylrlllunu. It. I'a-rrp. II. Ihny. II. Ilnrriy-mu. Ur. Ilitlln-sum . . . lfirnl Run-: 'I'. Ilzallln-rg. W. I'lsIn-Imam. .I. .Inna-s. II. 'Yin-Iml. I.. Kpzvnlnruuul. II. Ulmnl. II. 'I'I1lvrIt, 1 my li 7. 141. ,4. The l".ll.A. has sent packages to Europe for tlle World Cliristmas Festival. lleltl S4-vvral coolwtl foofl and rummage sales. and sponsored the llarvest Ball during tht- year. l'l.ll.A. week was JI'0l'l3ilIlt"tl by tliv ffovvrmn' for tllc whole statv. The Nam ia t'llZl Jler has l . tr l l two state rf-pre-Sfxntatives, Wargy Clmnvnts. statv trcasurvr: and lmnta Conwr. pulilit' rvlations. N lVl0lll8I'-lblillglllfl' tea. with tht- girls participating in a fashion slum. was In-lil in tln- spring. vw? l"iflh lx'nl4': A. llarrn-ll. J. Hill. Nl. llar- ris. I". Malllim-n. li. llirt. li. 'l'lnnnpnnn. Il. Hlraulrllar. ll, While-. W. Solnlm-ra lullz lfuu ,I M t 1-II llnnll. ll"H ld llI"l1lll. . - . . . .. ur . .. 0- ' vr. . Wan' . . . Tllirtl lfulr: N ins Q' rlllwr. . ' w ini. .. H' um". 1. oorre. l.. liowlcx. N . Stine-nu-lv. W. Q z 5. Mrs. KN- .... 9 -1-nnfl lt':u': Fi. I. Sparks. .. oar . 1. .nun-m1-. H. Cotncr. M. Moon. J. lqllc. I.. Umu- f-r. D. Korn . . . l"irxl Kung: .l. Hall. li. Slranu. ll. llullnn. Il. Jordan. I.. Gil- lu-rl. Sixlll Rnlr: D. Flclning. M. llynlup. ll. Lester. S. Adm-nt-k. N1.'l'ayInr. M. lfverlz. l. I.. Pit-rney. li. l.mr..I.Ch..uImi1-k . . . l"iflh Raw: S. Park. l.. Sl'lll'iIlllHl'l'tf'I'. D. Morris. D. Culenlan. M. Powell. S. Zalmln-. I.. Briggs. M. Clfflnentn. I.. Wlulfe, P. Murray . . . l"nllrIll lfnlr: .l. vhulersml. B. I'f-u-rsml. J. Riser. D. Mt-- llinniv-a. H. Wurshaln. J- Kim-r. I- M205- ll. Lanlzer. ll. Valet-ek. .l. Frenrh. M re-. Kr:-k . . . 'l'hir1l Run-: Misra Gardner. F. Us-tlclen. ,l. Harrold. R. Draper, .l. Mv- llloughlin. .l. Wrulen. R. Warsl, B. Tay - lnr. 1. wvelelll. l.. Tlmrln' .... 9 vlvmrl Nutr: l.. llalu-rsnn. S. Farlmworlli. H. lliggim-. B. Clnency. B. lleMiII. D. Kur- lu-l. B. Adams. li. New man. S. Spangler. j. lllrivh . . . l"irsl Rrur: B. Lawrenrr. R. Dnwulln. J. Gifford. S. Peterruun. F. Booth. S, Frallvulle. M. Roark. M. H. 'l'lmlnpt-mn. M. llernhlnerger. M. Rm-an. M. Yamamoto. S. lanm-joy. C. llalnil- ton. I. Donn-r. li. .Mnlre-ws . . . C. Mills. A. Prim-. ,IH 7. 7514. 'I'he I".I".A. has In-en very at-tive this year. sending representatives to different judging von- tei-itr-1. 'I'he nn-at identification team hrought hmne the third place banner. Ray Durrow won the third plaee individual judging medal in Dairy IJFOIIIIUIS. Three teams won seeond in poultry' judging at the Western Idaho State I"air. 'I'ed Ilallln-rg. Cleo Meeker. Buddy Mellarthy. and Wayne Iishelnian represented the ehapter in the Northwestern regional I".I".,fK. Iivcstoek judging contest. 'I'he team made the trip to I'nrtIand hy automobile with their advisor. Mr. Rush. f I-'ourlli lhur: II. Tlmnian. Il. Weeks, S liell. I.. Crittenden. W. ENIIPIIIHIII. 'I' A Ilallhrrll. II. Peterson. G. Krim. D ik, Spm-'ln'1'r. F, Nirlml. C. Sedlarek . . . 'l'liir1l Rune: ll. Peterson. 1. llnlniltun. li. .lnIlnnnn. H. Spellver. II. Draper. G. Jolmmn. I. Waiters. Ii. llurrnw, G. Washburn, K. Patterson. II. Slxognherg . . . Nafrunll Rulr: Mr. Rush, B. Ilurriunn. I.. Agenhrnud. II. Nirhnl. R. Kulxla. W1 Slunlcp. I.. Ruwlinn. C. While. M. Punt. II. Mvllurthy. J. Nylander. I.. Clam-y . . . Firsl Rnlr: N. Svllell. ll. Briggs, II. Langllitz. lrlli Huw: l'. Untrnnl. Il. Klurrnll. II. inley. II. Hi-arn. ll. lla-nn. M. I'illtl'r- I. J. Kinlu-y. N. Shaffer. Il. Mnruuu . 'l'l:ir1l lfnlr: I,. Smith. Ii. Ilnnler. I1Ilith'mIi'n. I.. lirill. If. I'inIIler. M. :lm-nln. II. Duvenpurl . . . S1-rurul tr: Mr. Hindi. II. White. ll. Connelly. Mmm. R. Ili-yer. J. Muhnn. I". llru- n. I.. Sluelrlly . . . lfirxl Ifmr: N. lmlllw. I'. Murriu. M. Waugerllinn lllyd, II. Kuklu. .jq -7een inet' The Y-Teens is at very aetive organization. They have given all-school skating parties and mixers. 'Iwo add interest to the organization, a Friendship Queen was chosen. The three girls with the most signatures reigned over the meeting. To eonelude the year. a NI other-Daughter tea. and a Senior Farewell hanquet were held. Tltfrrl Rule: Y, lioliflnun. N. I.. Wiley. 'L Xlw. I. Uierlnaln .... 9 114-01141 Hnlr: .I. Iliu-I Bias, I', Yost. K. Ili:-Imrdson. II. Yhhite. ,I. Wiine. .I. I'intIu'r . . . l"ir.s! Rolf: II. Miyake. C. HIoeI1er.,I. Ilalrrold. 'l'lliral Rulr: ll. Stillwa-II. I'. lost. C. Slrzlulrllar. hflim- lilaek .... 9 1-41u11lH1m': II. Miyake. J. Ixiser, S. Slit-I'I'slalII. CI. Nlurlineau , . . l"irsl lfnzr: II. Iii-im-ke. V. Cray. IC. Ilurmull. ID. 'I'ouf-ry. 4,-1. ,4. - 'I'he Girls' Athletic Association, one ofthe most Jo Jular elulns at Nam Ja IIi h. arran fed :Ia ' I I I if E I 3 days with other towns, where the girls participated in many different sports. Noon dances irovided fun for students durin the lunch hour. The irls are eli ible to obtain their hlue "NH I Q 3 S in this eluh. but the highest award is a red, white. and blue sports jaeket. 50 This vluh iH1'0lllp0HQ'1i of stuch-uls who lmvv give-n an livv-luinutv talk on sonu- svivntifiv suhjvvl and liuvc- hm-n initial:-il into thc- vluh. l"ie-hi trips haw- ln-vn tukvn In lhv Sugar l"zu'tory. the Colh-gv of Idaho Sl'i1'Ill'1' lahs. and tho Stan- lah. N fzirvwvll picnic for thv svuim' IIIUIIIIDCTS l'0lIl'Illli4'li lho yvzlr. Mr. liucllow is thv advisor. 'l'hir:l Ifnu-: ll. Jnhm-un. H. liruuun-r. li. lihnpluuu. ll, liuru. J, Sli-1-Iv. J. Hull:-nln-vk .... Nvwlnl Run-: M. Smilh. l'. l'Iin4-. li. Hum. l.. ilhnplmm. H. lhnnm-y. li, l'yw:-ll. Nl. I.. Smith . . . l"irsl Ifnrr: S. Huwnrlh. P. lluuway. I.. Su-mart. N. Will:-lnnn. Nlr. Luslhm. 5 4 4 , m , A gffmjff A 'l'hir1l lfnu-: 41. Nunn. U. Lluynl. li. linwrr-m-v. ll. Hivlu-x ..,. Y 1-rnnrl lfulr: Xl. S1-lu-4-In-. S. 'l'hnmpsun. NI, l"ux. 'l'. llnrlun. ,I. Wvlsh. H. Spulmla-r . .. l"i1ul lfmr: Ylr. lknvliu. l'. II:-rri:-R. C. Slilluvll. li. Slralulvhnr. IC. llurmuu. IL Tlmuipsnu. Il. 'l'nmn-rx. J. linrnilln-s. 66 'l'Iu- Ski Club is an m'wly-urguuizq-il group in Nampa High S1-howl. l'iNl'l'y Sulurmluy an hus spun sore-cl ln' tha' Y.M.C..N. has lake-u In Bogus llusiu all stueh-nts ilitvw-ste-ul in h-urninff to ski Y r- :- 'l'hv avlivilivs have' hvvn very sm'm-ssful unch-r thc IHIVISUFSIIIID of Mr. lxzu-lin. Sl Fiflh Raw: M. Scheele. W. Buck. S. Park. P. Matush. P. Yost. R. lleineke. J. Scott, B. Bennett. S. Caldwell. V. Todd. C. Chapman . . . Fourlh Raw: D. Kihler. B. Luster. V. Coffman. C. Chapman. C. Kibler. V. Moore. P. lhli. L. Gilbert. N. Wiley. N. Hollenheck . . . Third Rmr: P. Pline. W. Johnson. B. Spitznogle. M. Thompson. M. ilershberger. L. Thorne. Cain. W. Long, Mins Ilage- lin .... S evnnll Row: J. Welsh. J. French. S. Thomas. A. Cotner. J. Hidener. J. Diclunan., P. Han- way, D. Tyrz. J. Blongh. l". S1-huler . . . Firsl Row: D. liogenlniller. J. Samp. M. Yamamoto. ll. Pywell, YV. White. Fiflln Row: D. Fisher. D. Adams. C. Brown. E. Kleiner, R. Hahn. H. Stickney, L. Tobler, S. Goto. E. Clay. M. Hynlop . . . l"ourlh Rmr: L. Robinson. B. Thompson. M. Johnson. J. Panclleri. A. Grass. D. Miller. C. Wertetiherger. M. Clements. S. lshihara. B. Adams . . . Third Huw: B. Mi-- Mahan. E. Marshall. D. Hogenmiller. D. Ashby. B. Patterson. V. Harris, V. Coyle. P. llerrick. J. Willalts .... S P1'nndRnu': J. Blivltenslaff. L. Mattox, G. Johnston, l. Stewart, S. Rawlins, J. Baker. C. Ponlsen. J. lVlcNees. I. Hoppinf-1. L. Gomer, J. Hall, S. Lovejoy. M. Smith, Mrs. York . . . First Raw: L. Gifford, W. Ludlow, R. Abbott, M. Nunenkamp, G. Richardson, K. Gates. R. Phelps. Fourlln Ron-: A. Johnson. D. Lantz, K. Wilslce. C. Peterson, K. Gates . . . Third Row: T. Elder. B. Johnson, R. Brown, li. Kleiner . . . Second Row: C. Blocller, C. Slranlmhar, J. Bnrlile. J. Divel Bien. S. Cain, Miss Hngelinl. . . Firsl Rmr: C. Ferguson, C. Stillwell. H. Mittelstedt, B. Willxllr. M. M1-Corlnivlt. 52 4564 Speakers and games composed the activities of the Latin Club. Monthly meetings held in Room 22 were under the direction of Miss Hagelin. club sponsor. Before being admitted into the club, neophytes suffered through an initiation in the gym. 54441641 At the Hrst of the year El Club de Espanol voted the carnation as the official flower, red and yellow as the club colors. and "Adelante, Siempre, Adelantew as the club motto. The new members were admitted into the club at a semi-formal initiation after writing their autobiographies in Spanish. 7 Regular bi-monthly meetings consist- ing of games, song fests, and speakers composed this year's agenda of the French Club. Miss Barbara White, College of Idaho coed, who spent last summer in France. spoke of her many interesting experiences there. A picnic concluded the year. I I n the- midst of IIN- vlallvr and noisv ,fhic-Il gov:-A on in thi- mavhim- shop. In-rv arc- found an group of IlN'4'Il8llI- ully mindvd hoys who 2ll'COIlll!IISIl ,'ond1-rs undvr lhv dirvvlion of Mr. luinly. 'I'Iu-so boys 4-omprisv thc- Iuvhinisl Illuh. which holds month- y 4-vc-ning llN'l'IIIIgS. awlrlo 'In' Iiadio Cluh in-1 vomposud of stu- onli-a who lake- radio as an 4-Im-ws and rv illle-rvslc-aI in il as lhvir hohhy or rofvssion. 'I'Iu-y prvsmltvii u skit al nv of the- lnaskulhull ganna-s this win- 1-r whivh won lin- Iirsl prim-. Mr. 'IlilI1'IH'l' is IIN- advisor. ' s The sophomorv magazine. "'I'Iu- lre-rn Ye-urs," was organizvd under lu- dire-vlorship of Miss Gee and fI r. Ilodgson. Iinglisll tcavlu-rs. 'I'l14- lagazinu vonlainc-d storir-s, poems, nd gossip vonvc-rning thc- life of thc- nelcrvlassnu-n. . ww, ,,..,mL,4.,x , . X, ,,,q,'arw'W'l:?:, vw- ...mwuuum mm., vw. ., .si .fwsunfkmn ...L .wnwuuwmfia H- mmm. ...wwawwfg wa 4- wa M A shim .w-ww Q Qwavnfg an ms mrunwqlnw .,,,,,,.wAn-w anna wlunw.. J mmm? 'Q V! 1 F.. V .im-,ful fl aw - ' in i A' if 5" QW.. ...S ,ppm f - ,1 ., .wsuws x i' Sf' V 'Sf' ,ni MJ. N. gm: ,gp in Y .-.gi was an vo 1 su-nndvfwfrwf N0 ' . ...mmf -1 . l 5- I gi ' I - Y ' i '. : 1' ' dy ., ' 'fy ff- .K 1 'Iii 1 if ' l"nurlh Row: .l. Smith. I.. Murzlvilla. .I. Ilarruu. J. Nivhnln . . , 'I'llir:l lfolr: II. Ilawlingu. IC. Ifoliul. Il, Iiumplv. N. Viriglll .... 9 1'1'nn1l lfmr: II. limirrrllrolll. I.. Mniw. IX. ,IoIlln4oll. .I. Denis. Mr. ljuinly . . . l"irxl lfnlr: I,. Iilwood. C. Ilorl. 'L Mallory. 'l'l1irrl lfulr: Mr. 'I'Imll'Iu'r. Il. ,Iom-el. I.. IIolIl1'IliId. W. Iiorlv. Il. Loi mls. M. Smith .... W rvwzlral lforr: Il. ill:-xx-lunul. Il. Ward. YI. Hmilllv. M. Ilnling. 5. I'iIIis . . . l"irsl Row: JN. Jolmsou. II. May. G. Iio-4-4. NI. IIuITalIu'r. W. Whilv. II. Iloamv. I.. Ilonoho. 'l'lnir1l Run-: 'Slime lim-. IC. NK inn-rn. II. Ifornlivy. M. Minor. II. Wilde. II. Ilailvp. Mr. Ilmlgr-mn . . . Sm-mul lfmr: I'. Harm-r. S. 'I'hom1mon. Il. Slmwalllvr. .I. Wulf-dl. I'. Conal1lInI4-, II. Love . . . l"irxl lfmr: K. llilvh-1, Il. Ilan:-on. S. llold. Il. IIuIr. J. Ilailvn. I'. Ilxlxol-son. 33 Barbara Hayes and Bud ,lones crowning lhc sweelhearts of the Sapa' Sweet- heart Ball. Darlene Towery and Jerry Cornilles. Gary ,lolmson and JoAnn Hall. llaru-sl Hall King: and Um-en. wee Za!! lieigning over the Sage-sponsored Sweetheart Ball were steadies Darlene Towery and Jerry Cornilles. Crowning the royalty were last year,s Queen and King, Barbara Hayes and Bud Jones. The dance was held after the basketball game with Twin Falls on February 4. The couples danced 'til the stroke of twelve to the rhythmic' music of "The College Men." Z Pretty JoAnn llall and handsome Gary Johnson were the reigning royalty at the Harvest Ball. Couples attired in gingham and levis danced to the theme of "Make Mine Country Stylef, The dance, held on Saturday, November 19, was spon- sored hy the F.l'l.A. and F.l".A. The reigning couple was elected by the dancers. who were given one vote per ticket. I I, Dam .J kd .Y 'tn nt 'Q' ng. kgbix .::zz.v:: Y U! 'CIN - " 1 an it K se f Q ' i 51 I I 1 ' f 5- 4 1 5 -- wav 1- r riylxl n I null uin an prim- . ,. Ilugm-H llnllvrx ul' wld N,ll.S .... l'1xpIon-r'r- ljlulfs :lnnuul fvllrll . . . l"ri4-mlnlnip Um-1-n Dmnm XX luih- I I :ml In-1 .nln-mluuuls. ,Ifmn ll.u-rulll un-I Luulx XI.nlnw.m . .. In-n xu-yu uf llu- lx.-3 Klub - Imhln f-lnm. 33 S 2' .P by 1 I QS' X FA 0v"O:xe0'-'- 41 A vo X N DRnmAT1c.S N X X X X hx Xxmxx L X 45, V ' Front and center for Grow! and Sage, . t K- 5 X vi Nlusic and drama on the stage. 4-3 X, 'E' L, They have tried in every way to please X " A d l ' ' n eave you with happy memones. 56 ang L ' W wal and in a Hancefuf gmac! .AF lm K xu'x:l'1'l""'- Nlhlln ll I li0t's give a vluvcr for the llaml! We voulflnit get along without it. Members are always present at our football games, and during the half times they perform marching formations whivh are very uniquv. llnalor thc tlircctiou of Mr. Earle Nlcliecvcr, lllf' lianrl held its annual musical, tht' "Haml- wagonf' on the 8th of lY,l?l't'IIlllt'I' at Central gym. lnclutlc-tl in the fl0llt'l'I'l Band wr-re the twirlers, who gave many outstanding p0I'f0t'lIl21lll'0S during thv year, including one at the District Basketball tournament. They were asked to givv it again at thc State tournament. The- Hand also had its wt-vkly lrroamlcast ovcr KFXD untitled "Un tht- Air," for which many varival svlvctions wvrv prvparml. ma- ,W 58 s lzx . EVRTA, . 1, ffl? ' 'f'rrirl:'rs: Xl. lloolu-r, N. I.. flnvntz. ll, W'hil1'. 5. 'Ulu-n. lf. Kllvn 'l'In- P1-In llatnal for tht- yt-ur '-I9-'50 was unalvr tht- illll1'lllf't'4'll0llOllllilll Matlu-ws. 'l'hv stutlvnts may not know it hut our l'c-p lluntl is tht' ll2l1'lxll0ll0 of our ltaskvtlmll gilllll'S. lt kt-cps us lively with snappy Illlltilth 'I'In- Illl'IlllI4'l'S tram-I1-tl out of town to gains-s ut Povatcllo :intl lrluho Falls. and pluyn-tl at tln- llistrivl anal Stull' llllIl'llillIll'lll!4. ll:-fora most of our lmslwthull and foothall gZlIllt'S, N.II.S. has hull at pm-p 2iSS1'lllllly ant thv l'4-p llantl was always tht-rv trying to kt-vp tht- kids in rhythm. This yvur tha- huntl introrlutw-el at vm-ry nniquv stunt: in tlw lllltltlll' of ai song the-y might stop :Intl rvvitt- in unison an rlvw-r Iittlv vvl':-ae' ahout our tx-uni or vouch. This kt-pt up intvrvst 30 4 'fllirll Rolf: ll. Stivknoy. li. Sears. D. lfisher .... 9 1-rvuzrl Row: .l. Burlile. .l. Grant. li. johnson. D, Tnrpcn, Nl. Larson . . . l"irsl Rnlr: .l. llollmllu-rk. M. Clvnlcnls. li. lfxans. N. llehln. ll. Miller. I-'ifrlr lfnlr: ll. l.antz. lt. tilt-nnenls. ll. Haslnnsen. D, Wool:-ry. ll. Slivknz-3. .l. llrannll. S. l"zlrln1-r . . . l"u1u-Ill lfulr: 'l'. liltlvr. ll. l'erkinr4. .l. Winning. A. Rohm. N. Dubois. lfl. Vohlm-. li. johnson . . . 'l'llirrl Row: C. Poulsen. l. lluppins. l.. l'ril4-hell. ll. llamaon. ll. Williams. ll. Miller. Nlr. Wilson .... Y vvulnl Raw: ll. Wilson. S. llaulim-, J. lialu-r. J. llutvhinnon li. Clmpman. S. Moorz'l1onm',,. l"ir.sl lt'nu': A. jollllson. ,l. llollm'nln't'k. lf. lliggins. 5. l':-lrrwon. ll. Tlmlnlmon. W. M. lioylv. ll. Li-nz. ll. Mr'l"arlun4l. C. iihaplnan. Www Epmd 'l'rvin out earlv in the vear for a seat in the llonor liantl. cifhleen Nam Ja students were . . . E I st-Im-tml. The ' were Donna Miller, llaroltl Stiekne ', Blaine Evans. Don Mathews, Holi Unlnl , 5 Y 1 Y ,lim llollenbevk, Darrell MeCrac'ken, Marvin lilickenstaff, Robert Sears. .lavk Grant, Maurive Clelnents. Nnn Rehm, Delores 'l'nrpen, lioh Johnson. Dean l'liSllC?l', ,lim liurlile. Marilyn Larson. Nrlf-ne Dnhois. Ozciema The orchestra. under the direction of Charles Wilson. gave- two concerts. .lanuary 27 and February 2-14. 'lllley kept hnsy playing for the Christmas and Easter programs. Nl asonie han- quet. and graduation. The composition, "ln the Cahn of Evening," Ivy lloh ,lohnson brought rvvognition to him and to the 0I'l'llCStl'kl. 60 M' ' fl Wane rea, Oh. nu. Arthur not you Uh. l dropped lllj' hunky." "A tiger has hrolnen loose and is tcrrorizing the country Hide" "Tiger House" is a three-act mystery play. The plot is centered around the house a girl has inherited from her aunt who was a "Swami" She had stolen a neck- lace while she was in Africa studying African tribal customs. The necklace was a very valuable one worn hy a tiger, an idol worshipped hy the trihesmen. lt was hidden in the house and the story is centered about the different characters trying to find the neck- lace-each for il different reason. The cast, included .loan Mitchell, .loyce Divel Biss. Willis Ludlow. John Zeltner, Wilma Wilbur, Wayne Jenkins, Lewis Mathews, and Myron Finkbeiner. .leanette Tovey was student director of this fast- moving thriller which had even the cast shadow- shaky. 02 "74wee OM ' ,ffcmta " "I 1-au't stand tlliw any longvrlu 1' vntirr vast of tlu- lllrn-1'-avi vonu' The play "'l'lir4'1- Uld Maid Aunts" is a three-act 1 1-omcaly 4-4-ntcrvnl around tlirvv old maid aunts who try to kt-vp tlwir nit-1-0 from marrying lu-fora' slit' is twt-nty-onv so tlu-y will inlu-rit nlon- mont-y from tln-ir dt-ad lnrotlu-r's will. 'ln uncle turns up to lu-lp lluv nit-ve-. l'atx-Ay, and tlu- old maid aunts try to get rid of llinl lay having llirn vommitte-d to an insane ilblyllllll. 'l'l1vir Ht'llt'Illt' lravkliirvs Wllvll the unvlf' 1'at1'lu-H tlu- aunts avting vrazy to discouragv l'atsy's boy frie-nd from a-wving llvr any mort-. 'l'lw nivvv finally marria-H and tlu- old maid aunts run away. 'l'll4- vast invludvcl ,lanv l,lt'liIIlilll. ,lo llitlt-11013 llvita llowdlv. Wayne Jvnkins. ,lofinn Cliatlwivlx, llill Com-n. Sam l"arnu-r. Wanda Sulnnu-rs. and Nlary l,ou Smith. Willis Ludlow was tlu- stud:-nt dire-1-tor. "Whal'u going on around livrc 63 .,-v ALICE Am: IC1-mel, NIITTICIJITEIIT Drums Ronlmrs Frlilnr Busillesx Uanapler Hllitnr Led by two capable seniors, Alice A bc, first semester, and Duane Roberts, second semes- ter, The Crawl kept the student body well informed on the happenings around school. The financial matters were capably handled by Ethel Mittelstedt both semesters. Advised by lVlr. Bodahl, a newcomer to the faculty, the paper was published every Friday with few exceptions. Reporters and editors gathered the news, which was then proof readg the unwanted material was discarded. The editor and assistant editor then re-read it for errors and sent the material to the printers. The staff held their annual banquet at the Midway Cafe, where the second semester positions were announced. Helping to promote school activity. they sponsored the Lettuce Bowl Dance featur- ing Wanda Dunn and her Royal Court. The Crawl won the State News Award at Pocatello for being an outstanding school publication. Several members of the staff journeyed to the meet. The main positions on the staff for the year were: First Semester Second Semester ALICE ABE - - . Erlilor-in-Chief - - DUANI-3 ROBERTS DoN Mfxrusws - flssismnt Erlimr - - Mix NlVNENK.AMl' ICTHEL MITTELSTEIJT - - Business Manager - ETHEI. lVllT'l'ELS'l'EDT lion JOHNSON - Urgnnizations Eflilor - PAT IIERRICK M AX NUNENKAMP - - - - I"en1urv Ellilor - ALICE ABE Bon BURNs, DUANI-3 Ronmrrs - Sports Eflimr Boa BURNS full awww K I rv GIHDXK I. S'I"KI"l4' l'l:i1:l lfuu: Ii. Xlnlmll. H. Nunn-IIKAIIII r. ll. Iiurn-. U. Mulln-un. M. Mnngulll. J. 5l1'1'l1'. li. 'l'lln'a'k. Ylr. lhulnlll. U. llulwrla .... Y vruml I nu: 'l'. Nlm'1lrvyu'. J. NvwI.nuI. l'. Broun. P. H1-rriu-k. J. llzllw--1. .l. Walsh. ll. liluvllr-r. Nl. Nam Dv llrifl. ll. Ile-um-ll. lf. lkilrle-r. . . :nl Run: ll. Ihr-un-r. U, Namtllalrd. J, wlllun-. X. Un-. lx. 'Hllll4's4l1'cll. 5. llmlllprum, l.. lfvllunlp. ll. Hulv. 'l'lu'1lluul lm-lnlu-n fxlrfing llu- pupn-r- for :Il-lin-rx lu lhn- -dull:-nlu . . . 'I'Iu-11:-un-I2-tuIT1-r-:fa-an-lim: :ll lhvir :uumall luulquvl. Daulvillyu'ull1'lulf4'nl lhv nnisl--vnu--la-r 111-nn-I lmnqllvl . . . Mr. limluhl. 'Hn' Urnu-I aulxisur. 03 wvn ll uuuvru. lfflimr Nnothvr yt-ar. and anothvr Sage' is just off thc prc-ss. In this hook art' most ol' tlu- svhool activi- ties. QIHIIIPS. 1lHIll'Q'S. and asscnlhlif-s. revorclml in worcls anal pivturvs for rt-ailing and l'0IllilllH1'lIlg. Hut it isnit l'0lIlplf'l0 without a lot of work on SOIDPOII?-S part: that work is tlonv hy the Sugv staff. ill-1'0lIl'St'.ll.S not all tlruclgery. hut it's rathvr a thankless task. The staff and advisor rt-vt-ive neither vreelits nor glory. only priflc of a4'hif-vc'- mont in a -job well flonv. ,Ns you rc-all tht- hook. try to iltlklgllll' the story behind it. 'lille-rv worn- many pivturcs to he takvn -vluhs. vlassvs, sports. fvaturf-s. blSSt'lIll3ll0H. elancvs. and pf-p NIR. lt. A. ll0lll.5tl'N. Supa' -ld:-isnr ,lunrnulisz Slujf: W. lh.u'kl-zrwsvu-'r. l,. 'IlllHl.I'1Ii. J. I,-KNIIIIICRI, Nl. Nlmou. -K. llluss. J. Nll'l'lIlIEI.I., li. kl.r:lNr:u 66 l'iIllI4'S. ,lvrry f.0l'Illll4'S was always thvrv with his vanu-ra. 'l'lu- Sllf,f1'HlillT was not only lrusy with tht puhlivatiml of the annual, but gan' a fe-w st-lmnl g'1'l-l0g0Illl'l'H. 'l'ha-y sponsorc-cl a Swvu-tlwart llall wha-rv .lu-rry Cornilla-s anul llarlvnn- 'I'um-ry re-igne-el as King anal Quvvn. 'l'ln-y also vngi- lu-erod a Carnival whim-h 4-nslwl with a lot of laughs and fun. S0 thc- N50 Saga' is pulilislu-tl. anal wo hupv it will mean as lIllll'll to you as its prvparation has meant to urs. lrl Slull: I. Pnl-znxow. I. I'xu'une, lt. CII.:-LMl1:N'l's. I.. II tu.. Nl. SVIII-II-II.I'2A ti. Wi:u'm'mr:nm-nn, J. Iinnuurps Iluxiuvxs Slull: I'. lnlurl'sun. J. liur.,1. XI1Ni-Lis. ll. K-min. Il. Nh 'VI una l'l-1n.4.i It xnl.xNs. lfuxinuu Hunan: 'aww an I l' .1 KPN ..t,... Co! Bulldogs, go! You've got that spirit trueg Finest of teams . . . we're always with you. Football, basketball, baseball . . . tops in all, Long you will live in sportsmen"s famous hall. - L if lv .- -- -ff-Y ,, Y r fxrx "fHnrDCN mrSr-Q NKYX Ev- Q hs: Q Q- 1: isugs-454 , xagf X Q HQ Qyig QT--if' G - Q- 1 .24 Til. . '. Q QQ ' 1IQ',o glqzg ii H77t' ' ,X U 1-HI ! ggi? TK N gi, N '14, '- WW 'Yi A . A f- -l ig ' ffl' V Y - ' Tiki' 15-.Ti if .-Q -.N VALQYN-4A ff:-Q 11- 7 y -iff? ' x . ,,....l V A , QD 1. 3 I ' L n xi. J t ', 7-K 7 H ,- 'Q 0 P "' X 4 L , .., fix'-' adn 'Jw i gi v . x L , 14 Q .,,- 1 -' - - - ' 1 . - - "Q ?,J1w "...,ms. x u 1 4 , v v ,. nt' WY' lt:70"v5 51 ,"' de-'ff N 'Q 'N' -' 'wrllva 4 Y' C 1, Q, xx 'Q' Qs-s 1-'Q 33, ,I l 3 fii 1-'Q' iff mr? N .5 N :wr W1 -ND' mags cv Bowl' Q ' X.xf.1'rk ' 0554460 ,lemma ie .ma C""" eauemle Tfitiiiaanls visual", he' 'Vw Queen Mafkey' This year petite Wanda Dunn was crowned Lettuce Bowl Queen, with Jeanette Tovey and Connie Mackey acting as her two attendants. Chosen by popular vote of the student body, Queen Wanda and her attendants reigned over the Lettuce Bowl game and the dance given in their honor. Highlighting the evening was the crowning of the Queen and the introduction ' l ls in the local valley. of her princesses from sc 100 70 if V. IS ll' 5 'f 3 Q Q I 4 l 2 1 i X 1 l 5 l F00 TQAL L 0 UQEN Cm H I4 JOHNSTO N O ueenlsllnrll l lr:-is hfjsfler In au, end, my 'I tn . Ha ,,0r2hV:runi. P tt Gloria Johnston was selected by the football boys to reign as their Queen. At the annual re y Blu-N-sponsored Football Jamboree, Queen Gloria was crowned by Coach "Babe" Brown. ' was sealed with a kiss by Dale Huss., football captain. Sharing the spotlight The coronation with Queen Gloria were Virginia Harris and Sammy Haworth, her two charming attendants. 71 ., , . . . ,.- hmlng me. ilaclzlx. with a boogie ht-in. lhe yell lezlslers. asslstell by llllle ,Ioe . . . Our peppy vlu-1-rln I I Z ZZ .feowlefza Not only has Nampa received triumphs in athletics and speech. but sportsmanship has also taken its place among the laurels belonging to Nampa lligh Sehool. For the seeond time in three years. the Sportsmanship Flag has been awarded to Nampa High. Much credit goes to Nampa's wonderful yell leaders. ,leanette Tovey, lke Thomas, Connie Wlaekey and Bill Rieharflson have done a phenomenal job in building sehool spirit. By helping spur the learn to vivtory and winning the sportsmanship award, they have established a preeedent in making sportsmanship synonymous with Nampa. Congratulations, Jeanette, Ike. Connie and Bill! T2 N , N v'9 X393 Nz' fl . , 'f if-ff " I R, . 1 HL 1 QS, H if Busnan Hon' Dum Kim: Bon Ronwsu. Rxufn Nuzmn. Fulllmrlr Ounrlr-rblu-lr Cen lrr I I ul f hurl: 4 ? The hot afternoon of August 20 found about 75 potential football players beginning to develop into ldahois top team of 1949 under the coaching of J. A. "Babe,' Brown and Dean Lewis. The work often became tedious but it paid off as the Bulldogs rang up nine straight wins over opponents from Idaho, Montana, Nevada., and Oregon. ' The new football stadium, aptly called "Bulldog Bowl," must also have provided some inspiration as the Canines knocked over all conference foes to give themselves the only clear- cut Big Six Championship in the schoolis history. Statistics show that the Nampans were definitely superior in all fields as they piled up 2706 yards in total offense to their opponents' 1220. Under the accurate arm of Dale liuss, they completed 36 of 91 attempted passes for a 4-0 per cent completion average. ln the department that counts most the Bulldogs scored an amazing 285 points to 47 for the opposition. Dick King led the Nampa scoring with 62 points, followed closely by Dale Huss with 61. Huss tallied 40 points in Bix Six play to King's 38. ,lay Dean, right end, and Bill Shannon, right halfback, were elected co-captains for next year's battles. Third Row: Coach Lewis. B. Luekenga. G. Keim. D. Clark, C. Tidwell, B. Sinner. D. Iluss. B. Eoff. B. Miller, J. Dean, W. Blickenstalf. .l. Nichols, B. Rodwell, F. Nichol. G. Burt, Coach Brown . . . Second Razr: H. Day. L. Maravilla. V. Urwin, C. Bort, N. Kinney, li. Clay, D. Wilkerson. D. Price. B. Morgan. D. James. N. Marchbanlua, P. Cronin. L. Agenbroad. R. Phelps . . . First Raw: B. White, D. King, N. Miuldlebrook. S. Goto, R. Swindell. L. Hrnska, R. Nichol. B. Shannon. R. Olson. J. Cornilles, D. Dodd, J. Jones, B. Harrison. J. Osborn. 74 Blu. Snuwom Kiwrum Dum: lluss lion IAIYICKHNHA lIulfhu1'L' llulflmrlr Cen lcr nally removing the jinx of arriving at co-championships for two straight ars, the Nampa Bulldogs emerged from their lf?-1-9 campaigns as undis- ted champs of the Big Six Conference. Although the Bulldogs were tagged as pre-season winners, with Twin lls closely following., the conference crown wasn't just handed to them. It long hours of work under the excellent tutelage of Babe Brown accom- shcd astounding results. Nam ra o rened the conference season a ainst a veteran-loaded team I l nm Twin Falls. Sparked hy .lack Cross. the Bruin team was termed the ly major stumhling block in Nampa's path. On the first play of the second quarter Dale lluss fired a hullet pass to erh Day, right end. for the initial score. lluss converted the extra point. Dick King plunged over for the second score in the third period and to kicked the extra point. Midway in the fourth period Bus Eoff waded through the center and ook off would-he tacklers as he sprinted 58 yards for Nampa's final tally. ng again converted. With only a minute remaining Cross romped 14 yards for Twin's only J, and Merlin lloward kicked the extra point. which posted a final score 21-7. The dedication of the new Bulldog Bowl brought 4,000 fans to view e Nampa-Pocatello hattle. R0lllt'llllll'2iI100 of two previous ties for conference champsiand last ar's disastrous defeat hy the lndians hrought about a 27-0 Nampa lead half-time. A rejuvenated Poky team scored three TD's to the Bulldogs' one in c second half hut they were still not enough to top the 34-20 final score. The cellar-dwelling ldaho Falls Tigers provided only an afternoonis rimmage, heing routed 40-0. Armistice Day hrought the invading Caldwell Cougars to Nampa. A 'gc crowd saw the flanines power to a 26-0 victory. Boise was the site of the annual Turkey-Day hattle and the Bulldogs ere ready to chew a hig hunk out of the Braves' prestige. The graduating niors left a good impression on many a Boise hoy as they romped over em in a 41-13 massacre. This was the second worst defeat Boise has ever ffered at Nampa's hands and it. closed out a perfect season for Bahe 'own's battling boys. 75 Nomvuw Kmwm' Www: Blmclu-:Ns1',tFr Ju' IJEAN Hmmv Du' Tm-lrlr ,.l'fI Emi Riuhl Enrl lmfl End I 6 I I Although the statc of ldaho doesn't provide for a state championship in football, the Nampa Bulldogs laid a claim, that was generally agreed upon by everyone, to the mythical title. llaving played all their conference games except the traditional Boise game, the Canines were slated to meet the unbeaten Kellogg eleven. The Northerners, having defeated everyone in that part of the state, were termed as a power house, with a 200-pound line average and a speedy backfield. Pre-game publicity didn't mean much to the Bulldogs as they literally mopped up the field with Kellogg, almost scoring at will to post a terrific 34-0 final score. llonors came thick and heavy as the team from N.H.S. was rated one of ldabo's all-time greats. Louie Nlaravilla, Dale Huss, Buster Hoff, and Wayne Blickenstaff were unanimous choices for the Big Six first team, accompanied by George Keim and Bob Luekenga, who also rated first team berths. Jay Dean, Dick King, and Norman Kinney were selected to the second squad, and llerb Day, Bill Miller, and Ralph Nichol were given honorable mention. Bus Eoff gained an additional honor when selected on the All-American football team. This distinction earns him the right to play in the annual national all-star football game, which will probably be played in Memphis, Tennessee, next August. llerb Day catches a pass and heads for Caldwell's goal. Buster drives for that extra yard against Boise. 76 3 0 D SW .XF Mx fwfr, X 3 ,,,vp5A4 , 5, X w . N Qwis-M,-Q .m.,?,".Q,f '.M. -N"" M "' 'flu' nnnnnl 'l'urk1-w Ilan vlan-ll with Iluim- . , . Thr- -Nrlllislivv Huy galllv ugniusl llululuvllz Uulv llnsw UNH. alml lmuia' Ylnranillal LOU . . , TIN' In-Ilnyy lill. with Nulllpu ninlliuu fil-0 , . . Un Krlllinlirm- Huy. lllu- liulllvsvll lfuugalrr- urn' lrulnu'1'ul In llu' lilllhlogxr-. 20-0 . . . Krlni- nliva- Ilan fuuml lh1'lIuu1.:.ur-frullullulnlu:-llillunlingumr Ihml .. ,flunrll "Balm-" Hruun gix ing im-lrm-lions lo Don illurk :mul Hill Will:-r, -- IA M '04 1 ZQ.-6 S1'1'nllrlRou': N. Stephens. XX. Bliekt-nstalT. J. Dean. ll. Day. B. l'1ofI'. IJ. lluss . . . l"irxl Rnlr: Cont-ll Brown. 'l'. llallllrerg. Nl. Finkln-iner. D. Rola- ert-. ll. Jollnson. V . llendereon. madly gd-42655456 Starting the season with nine veterans from the previous year. Coach Babe Brown moulded the 1950 Bulldogs into one of the greatest prep basketball teams the state of ldaho has ever known. -in undefeated season in basketball is almost unheard of. hut the will to win prevailed as the Bulldogs racked up 29 straight wins. Xlong with these victories eame the Big Six Championship and its trophy, eoupled with the Dis- triet and State Championship trophies. The addition of 6-foot-three .lay Dean. transfer from N.N.A.. definitely strengthened the Canines as the start- ing lineup averaged six-feet-plus in height. The season began at Ontario, where Nampa started its winning streak hy a 46-33 margin. Yietory became a regu- larity as the Bulldogs waded through the Big Six Confer- enee with a big zero in the loss eolumn. winning all games hy at least l0 points and some as high as the 63-25 defeat of Caldwell and Boise's Sl-20 trouneing. -X three-day trip through the M agie Valley highlighted the end of the regularly seheduled season. The Canines won handily from .lerome and Twin Falls. hut many fans in that area felt that Rupert would whip the highly touted Bulldogs on the third night. llowever the tired Nampans played relentlessly as they eked out a 1-1-30 vietory. 78 'lil MP PQ? g yt vtM,0 s !Q5xM'Ovil 28 Ima Wil' if fs 25 H51 'N , K llllv 5. . . 2 Uur friendly. oulr-tzmsling 4-om-ll. "Butt-Zi' Brion N .ku honorarw team member. lJlt.L KIM. Next on thc agenda came the District 'l'ournament with the llulldogs as defending champions for the two previous years. Nampa was tagged as pre-tourney champs and they lived up to the prediction with these victories: Nampa 65. Parma 32: Nampa -IZ. Caldwell 19: Nampa 30, Boise 30g Nampa 51. Weiser 243 and Nampa 48. Caldwell 30. 'l'he final night win over Caldwell paved the way for both learns to represent District 'l'hree in the State Tournament held in Boise. lluster lCoff. .lay Dean, Neil Stephens. and Wayne Blickenstaff were given first-team berths on the All-liig Six 'l'eam. Dale lluss was rated a high position on the second squad. Winning the coveted honor of being state champions is the height of dreams of any basketball player. and the N50 Bulldogs brought back to Nampa its first and only State Championship. I"irst round of play saw the Canines whipping a good Preston team 58-39. The second night was termed beforehand to be the "battle of the year" with Nampa pitted against the powerful and only once defeated Vikings from Coeur d'Alene. The big Northerners piled up a quick first quarter lead, but ,lay Dean pumped four straight shots through the hoop at the start of the second period and the Bulldogs were never again behind. 'l'he final outcome of the ordeal was a 42-35 defeat of the once-vaunted Vikings and a tighter grip on the big trophy for Nampa. Lewiston gained entrance to the finals by defeating Caldwell. The Canines were ready to go as they chewed a big 52-34 victory and the state championship out of the lowly Bengals. Nampa dominated the All-State team with Neil Stephens. Bus fioff, and Wayne Blickeu- staff being selected on the first team. Wayne lllickenstaff added another laurel to his collection when he was chosen to play ill the National All-Star game to be held .lune lfl. in Murray. Kentucky. flu.:-1 Ili--ss W u wr. lli.i1,r.l4:'ws'i'ni- .I n Di-:xx Iirs lfiorr Nl-1II.S'I'l-Ll'lll-INS Huurll flmirfl f'enlw lwrrrcural Fnrn-ul-al gp.M,o y PXMIQ1 BMD, s M I 9 1 4 Y Q-lt 'gf I 27 70 f 22 l,l'ANl'Z Noni-:wrs Tran lIu,i,ur:iu. Gun Joiwsos Ili-:um Du Mxmw l'lINKHl'IINlull l"uru'urul lluural I' urn-nrfl ffeuler Uuurul 70 Nlthough the- Supl:-lfrosh lfoothall lt'2llll got ofl' to a hail start. they pvrlu-il up quivkly a Ilaving a sniwt-ssfiil st-ason. tho sophomore-s linisht-al tlwir svlivsluli-tl gi'lllll'S with lift:-on ysi 5044- 71444 74454466 we-rv ahh- to 4-ntl tht- sea:-ion with two wins to thrvf- losses. Losing Ihre-0 tinn-s to thc- lloisv sqnatl. tht- lt'2llll slwtrcssfnlly hrolw tht- jinx against 1ll0lll hy tronnring thc' lloisa- hoys I4-I2 in a rvturn game. The closing tilt playt-tl against Caltlwc mls-nl with the- linal sm-orc fr-0 in favor of Nampa. 'I'lu- squad was nnila-r the- flirt-ction of lion Whitt-. to the-ir vre-clit. anal si-vc-n lossvs against thmn. Coat-ln-tl hy Don Whitv. tha- lim-up int'ln4lc'1l: Ronald Sears. Mit-kt-y lit-an. .lavlx l"litton awk lit-ynolsls, Gvorgv lianise-y. Konnvth Wilslw, Mt-lhurn Markus. Bill Ili-ss. .lim Yartv llolu-rt Sam-In-z. .lohnny llarton. l.ynn Vantlvnhos. aml lJt'lllliil' llvvktoltl. N4-xl yn-ar many ol the-so hoys arc' hoping to plan- on tht' varsity. ,Nwoml lion: Com-h Xlhilv. ll. Iianm-3. lx. Wilskv. ll. Hi-1-I-tlolnl. li. Ilm-f-. tl. Ilulvlnill . . . l"irxl Run: J. I"lilton. J. lla-ynolnls. It.Saiwlu-1. Nl. Mnrlinn. li. 51-urs. M. llvan. Ill nfl lls LK al Q ,K , , A .AQ 5, , .Ag . . V I AA if 5, -, , fri, -E f E' it ',,2 .5 Aoki y, ,,..e..,, TE if! .2 tw fi -:mi Third Run-: Coach White, H. Forshey. J. Neuman. .l. Dean. W. Blickenstaff, N. Stephens. W. McFarland, B. Perkins . . . Second Row: B. Rode. D. Howard. L. Crill. M. Finkheiner, ,l. Flitton. L. Connor. M. Nunenkamp. M. Dean, B. Rndwell . . . Firsl Row: N. Donahue, ll. Slunmon. G. Johnson, B. Evans, D. King, R. Thomas. T. Hallberg, ll. Lylla. Anil there goes the pit:-h Running in for a double play Z Backed hy twelve returning lettermen, the baseball team of Nampa High School is looking forward to a top-notch season. Defense of the district title won last year will be a highlight, with the tourney being held at Payette, May 10-13. To date the Nampans have chalked up eight straight wins, including a conference slaughter over Caldwell 19-1. Previous victories were against Wilder, Emmett twice, Ontario, Nyssa twice, and Payette. Wayne Blickenstaff and Cary Johnson were outstanding in that each pitched a no-hit, no-run game in successive games over Emmett, 3-0, and Payette, 5-0. With their goal set high, the Canines hope to reach again the Regional Tournament held at Pocatello and then move to the state tourney in late May. Seven games are scheduled to be under the lights at Rodeo Park, the first being with Ontario. 82 Colnpclcnlly coachctl hy llcan Lt-mis. this ycar's track tcam has lnccn molclctl into onc of which thc school can lac proud. In April. thc lracksters took lirst placc in a tri-city meet with Emmett and Weiser. An outstanding clucl lrctwcen Ron Chadwick of EYIIIIICII and Lloyd Markus of Nampa for high- jump honors spicctl up thc mcct. llowevcr. Chadwick took first. ln a rclay mccl al ltupcrl, with morc than scvcnty schools participating, the llullclog cimlcr accs placctl fifth. 'l'hcrc wcrc only four Nampa cnlrics. Twenty-two Nampa track mcn rc-prcsvntccl the high school in thc Big Six track mcct at Pocatcllo. Nip mul luck ull thc may Bill lirauncr making his laps QQQQQQQWQQ Q TRACK TEAM lfnurlli lfmr: Couch Lcwin. H. Kcim. YY. Allrr. C. lfalllzitl. li. Hoff. B. lilnlwlluril. D. Mnnnllallvr. U. Rose-. W. Rose. D. Julllcn. ll. Miller. I.. lloneln. C. Titlwcell. G. Luster, ll. Scars. C. Leinlinmn. J. Wapzcrs. ll. Fory. C. Pelcruon. N. Mitlillclrrook. L. Mnrinillu . . . Tllir1lRmc: .l- Nicholls. l.. lilwooul. C. liorl. li. Clay, I.. Markus, I.. llalxhilt, ll. .Illl'lKlllKEl'. C.lilculnoc,I..Vuml1-nBon.B. Morgan .... '4 n-nml Rau-: F. Sli-wnrl, R. Ulnon, A. Bucck. ll. llenmvll. K. Johnnnn, ll. Iiichariluon. YV. linhcllllali. B. Burma. .l. Kcllcy. K. Mills . . . l"irsI Razr: W. Allrn, ll. llixlly. C. Lyle-, ll. Yululcllllun. U. Whilv. J. Halton. S. Colo. U. Wllilv. l'I. l'lre'e4ln-urs. ll. Holncr. 8 3 'Sli . 5:5 MS, llrfi-ritz' ,lim lxzillvy lxrvulis up llill llivllzirilr-loll :lull illl ull- iih-iililie-el lroxvr from l'url1111 . . . lloln liimlrnr-r niiufs il up wilh an lion-r from Nlvrixliuu. 'l'llil'1lK1nr: l,. Nlz1ranilln.,l. liornilln-ri. YK. 'll1'l":1rl111nl. ll. Nlorgzun. N, Ylixlf lllvlvroolx. C. Allvli, llouvll l.1-Mis ..., Y 1'1'unrll1'nu': li. lnla-. ll. l'u'l4'rs4-ll. li, Kng1-l.j. M11r11vill:1.,l. lu-lly.J.S11m4l11-z... l"iml Ron: Il.Smi1h. IC. Boxing- lon. ll. VM-ight. l.. lluisliu-. ll. l'n-11-mon. gazing Under the able flirvvtion ol' l,02ill L4-mis aml liouis Nlaravilla, sliulvnt IIIEIIIZIQIPT., thc- Nillllllil boxing squzul turiwcl in il good S4-zison. 'Xflcr l'0lIlIJlf'llIlg the-ir I'l'QlllLll' se-uson. tha- hoxvrs wvul to ilu: llislrivl 'l'ourm-y. won it, ami lll'0llglll hai-li ZlIl0lllf'l' lrophy for N.ll.S. Louis Muravillu. llll1llxlll'21ll'll in lhv first hall' of lhv season, haul lo vivo lll ilu- smorl uhm-n his 1-liffilaililx 1: I 1- . expired. Rather than givv up tlw sport milirvly. hc' stayccl on to help Coach 'lwwis train lhv boys. llunncr- up in Lhv 1948 District 'll0lll'll2llll0lll., muvli ol' lhv :fredii for the lmxing toanfs 5111101-ss goes lo him. 81 Vu I 1 3 , f S 2 J p -...V Q3 ,.-5 4 in 'J 1 vw 'P Qi' sf- x 6044 Nanipafs dvfending state t'lliillllJl0Il linksters. weakvned hy last ye-ar's graduation losses. had thrc-6 returning lt'll0I'lllt?ll and nine- othvr aspirants. 'l'hos0 who earned lcttf-rs last yvar wc-rv Duane Rohvrts. Nlvrle Murphy. and Bill Lawrence. The Nampa divot-diggers. voavlivd hy Lt-nn Cruse. played sevvral tri-city nleets with Boise and Caldwell. They also competed in tht- Big Six lIll'l'l at Pocatello and the district meet at Nampa. Svrfuul lfnu: Nlr. Crum-. J. U-horn. S. bonu-r. J. .lonv-. ll. liolu-ru. Il. llodiu-ll . . . l"irxl lt'nu': .l. Sli-1-ln-. Il. l.anr1m'n-. ll. N11-fllunu. Xl. Murphy. Tllirrl Hair: M. Smith. ll. Urapfr, lf. Klvinvr. R. Pvrry. J. Zapp. D. Prim' .... 9 vrurill Rnlr: T. Sulnnlers. R. Rvinvkr-, l.. Capps. U. llus-. U. llirllalrllson. li. Trxlwlu. Xlr. Kzlvlin . . . lfirsl lfnlr: Wi. Gray. l, lloppinri. ll. Tyvz. fi. Slilliu-ll. I.. Pritvlll-tl. P. H4-rrivlt. emzia Tha- Caninv raclwt-wivlders cnjoycd a Slll'l't'SSflll season with a turnout of thirty-two girls and twenty-one boys. coavhed hy Robert liaelin. Returning lvttermen included Twila SIIIIIIIIPFS. Leola Capps, Delores Tycz. Wanda Cray. Ramona Reinclw. ,lo Hidcncr, llt-no lloppins, .lane l,iCliIlILll1. Ann l,l'il'0. and filliifltfllf' Stillwvll. leadinff thv fvirls' team, and ,lohn Za 1 i, 'Nlarlt r- r- I l Smith. Don Prim-, Ray Perry and Roy Drapvr for tho hoys. 86 'l'hc 'l'umhling team, comprised of seven lettermen and fourteen new recruits, gained new experience this year under the direction of Miss Black. physical education teacher. Their varied program began with an appearance at the Milk Fund Jamboree, in a novelty clown act. Next on their list came a performance at the local P.l".E. Christmas program. The basket- ball season found these feminine tumhlers performing for half-time entertainment. 'llheir active season came to a close when they appeared hefore a capacity crowd during the District Tourna- ment in lioise. S4'4'nlul lfnlv: Minn lllm-lx, J. Kiner. ll. 'l'4mery, II. Strzlulrllur. V . Gray. ll. livin:-ke. A. Price. ll. Tluunprum. J. Sump. ll. lloueh . . . l"irsl Rule: A. Chupluull. ll. linrk. I". llonlh. N. Mm-kan. 5. I.:-wiv. W. Jones. l. Mays. S. Lovejoy, ,l. Clancy. i . - sa l Svrnlul Huw: Nlr. While. ll. Mnnnhuller, J. Daniels. ll. Slickney, lt. llahn, lf. Clay . . . First Rmr: l.aVerne Heltz, l.. Ilocek. li. Shannon, ll, Tru-lk. .l- Jon:--4. ll. Dodd. ' Wmdtq? 'l'hc ,IV's had a good season, winning 8 out of 15 games. They opened the season at Donnelly winning hy only one point. 'l'hey played such towns as Marsing, Kuna, Emmett, Boise, and Cambridge. After closing the regular season, the ,lV's were invited to play in the tournament at the Northwest Nazarene Academy in Nampa. They won the tourney hy taking Greenleaf fl-3-32, and then whipped N.N..N. -146-39. They were ahly coached hy Don Wliitce. 87 yan' f X XOV, S Z V3 QQ' f KB ,io S XX F Y behind the throng, A137 A',iQJ'1 The Nlainsprings-power K Hilwavs right, rwvvr wrong. Teachers that guide us through the years Give a sigh as graduation nears. h Q, h I XX V A, I. V15 ,:hV Q- g nw fgffgxxzj' xx ' -2 ' - if 2 '15 EJT o gb XXX K K wk' .r f. L V, n .+ ,X if X Q if 1 'VIH . FU l.1'0N G A l.r: Superin len flenl U I Ns the term 1949-50 draws to a close., llarry C. Mills, Concluding three and one-half years as Superintend- dent of the Nampa school district. Mr. Cale says that he is genuinely proud of thc student hotly and thinks Nampa has a very fine school system. lle is very grateful for this community's spirit of coopera- tion and interest in school matters. Mr. Gale further states that he takes great pride in the achievements made hy Nampa lligh School this year. for four years principal of Nampa Senior High School. extends his heartiest congratulations to one of the very finest senior classes in the history ofthe school. lle earnestly wills them the success in the future that they have so brilliantly launched during their high school careers. Mr. Mills, who attended Nampa schools himself. is well aware of the students' prolrlems, and as prin- cipal assists them in solving these difficulties. 90 Mn. Hum! C. Mums Principal ,x :ww .v--..., n, Ziff Ksxll l,xl ull, linen mnruvl- l'.l wllu lhrrl I,-lun i- lx ping 'IU-an-ln-r uf girl-' pln-ivnl mln- hlximnrufllun' nm-xv pu u nl Xlnvris-:ul lln-lnrx .nul i- -1-ninr in-lruvlur mul aulxi-ur nf lli-X 1-Mimi. lu-ullll. mul all-u aulxiaur nuuliull. 'Illia' flrmrl :ml l up. - vlan- mlx iv-ur. .mul pnniur 4-In--. 1vfll.K.LisllU'NN x I.:-:rg lim: I.. n-:mln-r i- N1 n n XII K Ihmx .l, K. 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Sxwl I-,man gixing out Nh: to llu- -Imlrnls ills' hr-al dup of Q4-lu l'rinlinu ilu' uluilv aunmmu-4-- llonr N1 I"nuwrl-,N i- in-lruvlm nu-nln null nnlrlxing nv:-r thu- uflpiuluux mul -nplunumw vlan-- wluml snull .1rrllu-joln-url'llll- .nlxi-ur. lflm n, nl-lnml ru-gi'-lr.u-. 7 llvigning nu qllcl-n ox cr the Dclxulz'-spolmori-ml llzmkcllralll .lulnlmrvc wan Miss Jlwla Gmc. lnnlrnrling Aim-rim-an lliulory. sociology. anil Pm-ononiivs is ll0lH'IR'I' Kuamw. senior 1-laws zulvinor. llfluiln' vozwll. g4nvrllllu'nl in- slrnvlor. anml lroys' vonmwlor 4-onlprisc Ilu- rurrivnlnnl of l,l-Lu M vrnmis. joll of Gniflingz girls' nnxl lioy ri' llonlo- lnzlking: and advising l".ll.A. is Ii-ar-ln-r NIYRTLIQ Klcmi lnr4lrn1'Iillg1lluvlligli-.1liool- 1-on:-i-rl unil In-p lmmlw is lln- l'ltllI. Mi:Kl':l-:vin llunlclnaking: is llic vonrnc laugh! lap liowrzlvi llfinlrlawlclx. is ho also serv:-ri as l".ll.A. zul- xisor. l"rvn4'll nn4l l.nlin urn' unlvjca-ls lulorwl hy lflvi-:mn lluai-:1.w. who also nilw incn lllvir rcspcvlix 1: vlulnf. Univ Incnis is uorlsl hislory lou:-licr, llln-N uilviy-lor zinnl an- sislanl varsity foollxzlll voavli. Arl ini-alrns-lor nnil Ari Illnln vonim-lor is lllluurzw l'oi'vr. ,lnrwz Um: in lflnglinh insirni-mr unil Spiz Clnlm lnvnlor. Supa' anlviraor und inslrnrlor of noplionmrc lhigllsll is ll. A. llonusow. l'fXl'I, l,lrnl,uw is 1-lu-lliinlry unll slriving inrzlrnvlor. an well um Sviellvc Clnln unil H4-nior 1-lan-is zulvixor. lhrm-1-lor of unix:-al 1-liolr unil glvcvlnlnislDu,r.xs1.luu:n. who nlno uvrnllgzvs sn-llool lnnuir pro- grains. V I nib :lv Q, Ei. , ,, A if5E1w A 1 Alf 4'P"", L41 ,gd K Q! 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M-lnnol lmolv-. lln- prim-ipnl. lluwlio nual -Alullx hull In-an-lu-I' i- N -'l'v1'naulrinol':lmljullior ling- World history null -opluoulorv f:IlXlll.l-.S Y ll.i0N ir- ilu- un-lu-s Nl-,Ill 'I'nxr1nln. nl'-o liaulio li-llin-4lru1'lol'i-lllll.x'l'l1lu,N. annul junior x nrsily nllnlvlin- lru -Iirm-lor mul all'r:lllgo-1-all llu llluln nnlxinur. ron:-lx 1-uluprinv Urn NN III'I'I'1.S on-ln-nlru 1-onw-rls. -1-ln-llul--. hm-rirnu you-ruluvul iunlruv- lll-,I LN Y mln. in-lruvlh Spaniel: 'I'n-an-ln-r ol' gvonn-lry is llon Kllll lor null Spiv aulsinor i-1 I-'lcmu nnfl vonmu-ln lln- Spnnislu Kllulu Kun. nlno noplnoluora-1-ln-4-1 .ul- Vuu. nn-l junior 1-lam-. si-lor. 03 lfiflh Huw: C. 'l'idwell. B. Miller. .l. Dean. W. Hlickclwlall. L. Elwood. N. llollenlncvk. D. Rnlverls , . . l"nurlh Rrnr: M. Dean. S. Goto. Nl. Fox. D. l"len1ing. li. Winters . . . 'l'llir1l Rnzr: B. Harrison. H. Lyda. Wh Snnlnlers. ,I. Clladmirk. l.. llall. .l. Prive. .l. Wilmer . . . Sw-mul Razr: S. llaworth. S. Spangler. G. 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