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Well, here it is again, the end of another school year. Nothing's really changed.
Iive watched the same thing for years and years. The faces change but things seem
to happen about the same every year.
Years ago when Nampa built the first high school, the students picked me for
their mascot and named their athletic teams after me. I'm a part of the school
and I've watched it grow through the years. The new campus seems like home to
me now, although it was difficult to adjust to it after all the years at the old high
school on Caldwell Boulevard. l remember when the high school classes were held
in Kenwood. That was a long time ago, and things have changed a great deal since
those days. Our new campus was first used in 1956, although it wasn't completely
finished that year and the students were really crowded. Classes were held in every
nook and cranny available, but we have plenty of room now. After- the addition
of the second classroom building, the Ag building, and the Gym, our campus has
filled out to its present size. The students seem to take a great deal of pride in the
new school. Itis nothing really fancy, but itis worth being proud of..
I think I'll take a stroll around the campus and see what's going on. Maybe I'll
look in on everyone in the Ad Building. Here in the Administration Building most
of the Work of running the school is carried on. Offices of the principal, counselors,
Student Body Manager and Student Body President, are all here in the Ad Building.
Here, also, are the lunchroom and library. I kind of feel sorry for all the kids in
study hall. I'l1 bet they really envy me as I walk freely around. Every noon there
is a mad rush, as the buildings burst open and their occupants pour out eagerito
eat lunch. lt's not too safe for a stranger to be out in the open when the bell rings
for one of the two lunch hours.
Classroom Building 9951 is the giant of the campus. It has two floors devoted almost
entirely to classrooms. Courses from Spanish to Homemaking are all held in this
building. Most of the Senior and Junior courses are held in Classroom Building 7451,
while the Sophomores are the rulers in Classroom Building 9692. Over in the Sophomore
building are courses in Algebra., Biology, Drama and English.
The Little Theater, in the Music Building, is a high school and community center.
Throughout the years it has served and will serve as a setting for concerts, plays and
all types of public activities.
The Gym is another building that serves' the public as well as the students. This
is only the second year that it has been used, and everyone seems to take pride in
it. The gym floor can be used for two complete basketball courts, or as one large
court. Due to the efforts of the students last year, the school was able to place glass
backboards in the Gym. The pull-out bleachers, which can be placed out of the way
when not in use, will seat 3,000 people.
Well, the year is almost finished, and soon a new group of faces will fill the halls
and corridors of Nampa High. But to the class that is leaving and to all those who
will yet depart from the campus of this high school, I have this to say. Remember
always that the high school is yours, but in another sense you also belong to it. Even
as it has become a part of you, you have become a part of it. Your actions and your
achievements have become embedded in the history of the school. As the years roll
by, and you recall your experiences at Nampa High, remember the fun and the friends
that you had there, for these things will be your treasures of tomorrow.
Overruling the order of Mr. .Hodgson that a Nampa High Sage never he dedicated
to the Sage advisor, we feel justified in breaking tradition by dedicating this, the
1959 Sage to a man most deserving of this honor, our Sage advisor, Mr. Robert
Hodgson. The dedication action taken by the Sage staff, under the approval of Mr.
Steck, is completely unknown to Mr. Hodgson.
The college education of Mr. Hodgson began at the C of I in Caldwell. California
State College in Fresno also claimed a part of his college life. The first seven years
of his teaching career were spent in Haily, Idaho. Bellview was also one of the
towns in which Mr. Hodgson taught. ln 1950 Mr. Hodgson joined Nampa High's
teaching staff in the capacity of Sage advisor and English teacher.
English and writing occupy the main interests of Mr. Hodgson. He enjoys spending
his summers in the mountains and forests of Oregon.
To a man dedicated to his work we give our grateful thanks and appreciation.
To you, Mr. Hodgson, we offer our wishes for the best of all the good things in the
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On behalf of the Board of Education, the
patrons of the community and the Office of
Administration, I wish to extend congratula-
tions on your achievements during your ca-
reer in the Nampa Public Schools.
You have achieved a goal of academic and
social accomplishments that should help you
in your future educational and vocational ex-
periences. The ability to be successful in any
field depends upon your intelligence, industry
Some of you will be leaders. Many of you
will be followers. It is important to you as
an individual to be a good follower as well
as a good leader. In being 'a good follower,
always choose a good leader, be alert, ask
questions, and seek the truth. The world
needs those who can follow wisely.
In accepting the challenge of the future,
strive to be that leader in any situation in
which you may find yourself. If leadership
qualities are not yours, accept the role of a
follower but do it as efficiently and with as
much dignity as that of a leader. There is
an important place in this community for
you. The future of Nampa depends on our
Two busy members ofthe faculty are Miss Clara-
bell Casler. secretary to the board, and Mrs. Gladys
Uzzel, secretary to Mr. Mills.
Miss Casler's duties are many. She not only pays
the teachers and other employees but she also or-
ders all supplies, keeps the books, and performs
all the secretarial work for the school board.
Mrs. Uzzel's duties are equally important. She
sends out Mr. Mills, correspondence, monthly re-
ports on the activities of the school system, and
helps him to discharge the routine duties of his
The school year nineteen fifty-eight-fifty-
nine has been an outstanding one. Each of
you has given emphasis to your individual
academic progress. We realize that knowledge
must be coupled with a sense of humility and
an appreciation of humanity and that each one
of us has the responsibility of using the sum
total of our experiences to express a creative
individuality that will promise that the world
of the future will be a better, more peaceful
All of us are encouraged to exemplify our
own Nampa High Honor Code and are en-
couraged to do our part in accepting respon-
sibility for our own actions and the actions
of those who might infringe on our rights.
Congratulations, seniors, and best wishes to
all members of the student body as you con-
tinue your search for knowledge in order that
you may be the most effective citizen of your
community, state, and nation.
Mrs. Roberta Showalter and Mrs. Leah Scott are
two of the busiest and most important people on
Mrs. Showalter collects all fees, records all neces-
sary information about the students, helps Mr.
Steck with secretarial jobs, and also arranges the
students, schedules at the beginning of the year.
Mrs. Scott's job is equally important. She passes
out important information to the students and fac-
ulty, operates the duplicating machine, helps super-
vise the student monitors, and is in charge of
Senior English, Journalism, Quill and Scroll
Advisor, Growl Advisor, Practical English
English II, Journalism, Sage Advisor, Camera
English III, Y-Teens Advisor
English III, Spiz Advisor, Upward Climb
Typing I, English IV, Class Publications
Typing I and II, DECA Advisor, Distributive
Bookkeeping I, Basic Business, Business
Arithmetic, Honor Society Advisor
Shorthand I and II, Clerical Office Practice,
Agriculture I and II and III, Vocational Ac
tivities, F.F.A. Advisor
Architectural Drawing, Mechanical Drawing
General Drawing, Model Club
Machine Shop, Machinist Club Advisor
Woodshop I and II, General Shop, Shop
Orchestra, Training Band, Music Survey, HA,"
MB" and MC" Choir, Music Activities
"A" Band, Training Band, Music Survey,
U. S. History, Geometry
U. S. History, Government, Senior Class
EDNA K. JARVIS
Ui S. History, Government, Psychology, Sen-
ior Problems, F.T.A. Advisor
U.S. History, World History, Geography,
U. S. History, Athletic Activities, Explorers
Geometry, Algebra, Athletic Activities
Advanced Algebra, Trigonometry, F.N.A.
Algebra, Senior Science, Physics, Key Club
Advisor, ,Future Engineers Advisor
Practical English, Geometry
LOIS EWART g
Study Library, Library Activities
Elementary Psychology, Girls' Counselor
Debate, Debate Club Advisor, Boys, Counselor
Latin I and II, French I and II, F.L.S.
Spanish I and II, Junior Class Advisor
ing 1, F.H.A.
ing H, F.H.A.
Patiently and completely, Mrs. Mercer explains the intricacies of a par-
ticularly rough problem to her 5th period geometry group. '4No, Noreen, A2
+ B2 d0esn't necessarily equal C2."
Chemistry, Science"Club Advisor
Biology, Service Club, Advisor, Student Body
Manager, Golf Club Coach
Biology, Health, Sophomore Class Advisor
Biology, Athletic Activities
LOIS KREHBIEL ,
Art l, ll and IH, Art Activities
Speech, Drama, Play Production, Dramatic
Activities, Thespians Advisor
Girls, P. E., Gym Activities, G. A. A. Advisor
Girls' Tennis Coach
Boys' P. E., Gym Activities, Athletic Activities
English I, Health, Green Years Advisor, Spiz
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Mrs. Mowery, right, pauses in her second period class after answer-
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mg ae Russel's question, "Is the progressive form of the sub-
junctive mood ever used when a cognate object follows an infinitive
whose subject lacks a definite antecedent?" Oh, sure, we all know
what that is.
Carlyle Dean, pictured at the left, presents a firm front to his
3rd period Biology class: "That's right, Scott, note books are
due this Thursday, not after Christmas!"
Surprise! Members of,Mr. Brandt's 6th period comprehensive
chemistry class show their appreciation by acknowledging Mr.
Brandt's birthday. Congratulations!
Custoclians and Cooks
Rub-a-dub-dub, we have four panitors in our school. They rub and they scrub ,til
things look real cool. George Beer, Leonard Forrey, Alice Tiser and Harold Jackson
are these four ambitious senior high school janitors. Mr. Beer works chiefly in class-
room buildings 1 and 2 while Mr. Forrey is the custodian of the gym. Mr. Jackson
and Mrs. Tiser may be seen anywhere at anytime with a broom and a dust pan, trying
to keep the grounds and buildings presentable.
"Hunger pangs will soon be soothedf' the bell says to the students each noon. Then
comes the dash to the lunchroom and food. Our lunches have been prepared by our
six hard-working cooks: Eloise McMilling Margaret Schvaneveldtg Ann Pollock, head
cookg Flora Mae Orr: Loretta McMilling and Mildred Skinner. Their jobs take the
better part of each day, five days a Week.
To the cooks, the Sage extends a big THANKS for a job well done.
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tudent Bod Officers
Student body officers for the past year were Elias Alvarado, Presidentg Buzz
McMillan, Vice Presidentg and lnez Gabica, Secretary. Each was elected by the
student body for leadership ability. They presided at student council meetings and
have served on several special committees.
As a result of their efforts to promote sportsmanship and the honor code, the
student body officers headed a committee to organize the Associated Men and
Women Students' clubs at Nampa High School.
Elias was chairman of a committee to write a constitution for the District Student
Council of which he was elected President. Nampa Highfs student body officers have
also worked with officers from schools throughout the state to organize a state student
The three classes of Nampa High were represented on the student council this year
by Bruce Garrison, Sophomore Class Presidentg Bill Cunningham, Junior Class
Presidentg and Jim Wecker, Senior Class President. lt was the duty of these three
to keep the student body united and in high spirits.
Linda Dawson. with the help of Associate Editor ,lim Metcalf, edited the bi-Weekly
school paper, the! Crowl, an up-to-date paper relating the happenings of Nampa High.
Linda Jacobsen was editor of the school yearbook. the Sage. She organized the
annual staff into a group that has published a book holding many treasured memories
of the school year.
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Now that spring is here, and we, the graduating class of '59, are standing on the
threshold of opportunity we can barely visualize that this is the final scene of a seem-
ingly short but wonderful experience. We have prepared long and hard for our
journey into the future. Busy - yes everyone of us in the class of '59 has been busy
from the beginning to make our class the most successful in Nampa High history. Our
beginning was a bit dubious as we wandered around our new campus-type school.
To us upstairs was downstairs, and teachers seemed to never be in the right rooms or
else the wrong rooms were associated with the right teachers. We never could figure
out why biology didn't come before lunch. At times we faltered, but spring brought
the realization that we had weathered the storm and were ready for a step up the
social ladder to Juniors. As Juniors we moved into our own. We were ready to throw
off the shackles that bound us. Bursting forth we won noise rallies with such a fervor
that the other classes were set aside by our rush. We bombarded clubs and school
. activities as we began to prove our worthiness of social distinction. We let our class
motto, '6Build your character on the firm foundation of truthw guide us through
trials and tribulations. Our class project, the wishing well, was destroyed by vandalism
just before its completion. Our Senior Recognition Day was highlighted by a scene of
festive fun and was brightened up with our class colors, Flamingo and Silver, and our
class flower, the Pink Carnation. Three years have passed by swiftly. From that first
beginning of the first grade we rose until we were able to assume our position and
responsibilities as senior high school students. We are justly proud of our achievements
in high school. Much of the credit can be laid at the feet of our capable leaders, past
and present. Officers during our Sophomore year were: Elias Alvarado, Buzz McMillan,
and Melissa Egbert, Junior year: Elias Alvarado, Buzz McMillan. and Christine Lynch, and during our Senior year
the officers were: James Wecker, President, Jerry Purcell, Vice President, and Christine Lynch, Secretary. Although we
shall leave a little saddened because of the joyful and wisening experiences we have had, we shall say good-bye to our
friends, our teachers, and our alma mater. With the realization that what we have learned, what we have accomplished,
and what we know will always be with us we can venture forth with a sense of security, belonging, and social maturity.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Steve Treasure, lncz Gabica, Christine Lynch, Jim Wecker, Jerry Purcell, Linda Pfeiffer, Gayle Nihart. SECOND
ROW: Eddy Hilty, Linda Jacobsen, Linda Dawson, Paula Flisher, Melissa Egbert, Carol Lee Fobes, Mike Thompson. THIRD ROW: Janet
Decker, Betty Clegg, Roberta Givens, Elias Alvarado, Georgia Turrittin, Mary Hicks, Sandee Ford, Harold Lupton. TOP ROW: Armand
Roberts, Brian Croft, Dennis Alldredge, Deanna Duffy, Don Johnson, Corder Campbell, Ron Dike, Buzzy McMillan, Bill Mansur.
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BILL BINGHAM Silence is deep as eternity
speech is shallow as time. FFAg Machinists Club.
BARBARA BIRKET Silence may be golden., but I'rn
no miser. Sageg Spizg Spizf-ttesg Y-Teensg Green
Yearsg CAA: Quill and Scrollg FLSQ Upward Climbg
Summitg Honor Society, Vice Pri-side-ntg "A" Choirg
MARCIE BISHOP Her friendliness includes every-
one. CAAQ "A" Chnirg Librarian.
JOHN BISHOP He lives in a cycle of 'afyclesfi Hi-YQ
Blue-Ng NFLg De-baleg Boys' Staley Varsity Footballg
Trackg Football Managerg Tumbling.
JACK BRESHEARS Give me time and I will get it
FRANCIS BRISBIN Energy and initiative ran build
its own environment. FBLA.
LLOYD BARROW When trouble comes my way -
I take another path. DECA.
DEROY BASSET A true lover of life.
VERN BATY Never do today what you can put off
FRANK BAUM Greater men may have lived but
I doubt it. FFA.
LARRY BAUM They do well who do their duty.
RON BEAN Gabriel, blow your horn. FFA, treasurerg
Training Bandg "A" Bandg HA" Orchestra.
LEIGHTON BENJAMIN Wanna' drag?
CARL BERNER Effort properly applied pays rich
rewards. Honor Societyg Sophomore Basketball, Base-
hallg JV Basketballg Varsity Basehallg Varsity Bas-
ROBERT BEVERLIN Quietness can be heard a long
GERRY BROWN Well, we'll only live once.
PAT BROWN We laughed and laughed - more fun.
GAAg Y-Teensg Camera Clubg FBLA, Spizg Sopho-
more Cheerleaderg Student Councilg Upward Climbg
Prom Committeeg Sageg DECA.
SHIRLEY BROWN Let your own soul guide your
mind and body. FBLAQ GAA.
FLORENCE BRANDT Gifted with the power of
words. Debateg NFLg Sageg Upward Climb, Chess
Clubg Y-Teens, Librariang Prom Committeeg Thes-
piansg Historiang FTAQ Idaho State Debate Champg
"Lady Precious Stream," "Tiger on His Toes," '6lVIrs.
McThingg" NFL Congress.
KAREN GRANDT A Gal with a Guy. Spizg Spizettes,
Music Directorg Y-Teensg FNAQ Sage Queen Attend-
antg HA" Bandg Growlg Green Yearsg Prom Com-
BOB BRUCKS In the 20th Century a man must push
or be pushed. FFA.
ZONA BRYANT Success is the reward of diligence.
BILL BUDELL We must proceed with full sails while
the wind is fair.
CORDER CAMPBELL 1've got brains I hauen't even
used yet. Key Club, Presidentg FLSQ Future Engineers,
Vice Presidentg Science Clubg Honor Societyg Green
Yearsg Upward Climb, Co-Editorg Orchestrag Sage,
Statistics Editorg Debateg Boys' State.
CLARETTA CASH The same wherever you meet her
- always gay. FHAg GAAg Green Yearsg "A"
Bandg Librariang Y-Teens, Presidentg Spizg Spizettesg
FBLAQ Upward Climbg Student Council.
JUDY CHANDLUND She has a smile that fits her
face and she wears it everyday. FHA, FBLA, Store
Supervisorg FNAg Lab Assistant.
DONNA CLAYTON Laugh and be merry. GAAQ
BETTY CLEGG Her face is an index to a loving
heart. Y-Teens, Spiz, Presidentg Spizettesg GAA, rep-
resentative: Homecoming Queen Attendantg Student
JOYCE CLUTE Her standards are liiglz and uhif'
FTAg Spizg Spizettesg FBLAg Y-Teens, Historiang
Green Yearsg Summitg Prom Committeeg Honor So-
TOM COATES An index of business conditions,
monkey business. "AU Choir.
ELIZABETH CUNNINCHAIVI Your hearts, desires
be yours. Honor Societyg Librariang Thespiansg Up-
ward Climhg Spizg Honor Society.
BRIAN CROFT Men of View words are the best men.
Hi-Yg Sophomore Football, Basketball. Trackg Varsity
Football: Student Council.
DOROTHY DAVENPORT Charity is a virtue of the
PAT COMSTOCK One can always get along better
without enemies than with them. Y-Teensg FHAg
GAAg FLSQ Spizg Office Monitor.
RUTH COMSTOCK A friend to everyone, everyone
a friend to her. GAAg FHAg NA" Choir.
NANCY COPPLE Hands off, boys, she's spoken for.
FBLAg Librariang Honor Society.
JOHN COVERT No legacy so rich as honesty. Ex-
plorers, Presidenlg The-spiansg Key Club.
VERNON COX Watch out for his hidden talents.
FFAQ Machinists Clubg Hi-Yg "A" Band.
YVONNE BREWER CROFT Love makes the world
RICHARD DAVIDSON School is the least of my
troubles. "A" Bandg Audio Visual Aid.
LINDA DAWSON An eye for gaiety and a special
love for printers inlf. C-rowl, Editor-in-Chief, Business
Manager, Fashion Editorg Spizg Quill and Scroll,
Presidentg Y-Teensg FHAQ GAAQ FTAQ Journalism
Conference: Student Press Clinic.
JAMES DECIME An easy minded soul. UA" Bandg
JANET DECKER Dark Eyes. GAAg Y-Teensg FTA,
Presidentg Spizg Student Councilg Green Yearsg "A"
Band, Assistant Librarian.
NORIVIA DENNIE Dizzy baton. GAAg FTAg Y-Teens,
Treasurerg UA" Band: Pep Bandg Majoretteg Drum
VERN DEWEY If ladies interfere with your work
quit work. DECAg Glenns Ferry High School, Glenns
DWANE DIBBEN Ready, Steady, sturdy, and sure.
Sophomore Basketball, JV Basketball, FFA.
RON DIKE He plays ball like he talks - fast. Blu-
N, President, Quill and Scroll, Science Club, Sum-
mit, Business Manager, Prom Committee, Sage, Sports
Co-Editor, Student Council, Sage King Attendant,
Scholastic Achievement Award, Varsity Football, Co-
Captain, Basketball, Co-Captain, Baseball, Track,
All-Star SIC Football, KFXD Big SIC Award, 12th
Annual All-American Prep School Football Team,
JIM DOBBS Footloose and fancy free. Key Club,
DECA, Student Council, Varsity Yell King, Training
Band, "A" Band, Pep Band, Dance Band.
EDDY DOORN Michief twinlfles in his eyes. Hi-Y,
DECA, Explorers, Vice President, Varsity Yell Duke,
Sophomore Football Manager, Basketball, Baseball,
JV Basketball, "A" Band, National Anthology Award.
BARBARA DOSS Beauty seen is never lost. GAA:
FLS, FNA, Spiz, FHA, Office Monitor, HB" Choir.
NANCY DOTY Her laughter lingers on.
JOYCE DUNN Success is the reward for diligence.
LARRY EDGERTON There is nothing impossible for
one who tries. FLS, FTA, Librarian, Quill and
MELISSA EGBERT Sweetness with a touch of Pixie.
FHA, Y-Teens, Sage, Green Years, Spiz, Service
Club, Debate Club, NFL, President, Sophomore Class
Secretary, Prom Co-Chairman, Student Council, Honor
ROGER ELLIS Did you say farming? FFA,
RON ELLIS Chiualrous - always ready with a help-
ing hand. DECA.
SHARON ELLIS She's small but has a big heart.
F1353 FHA: GAA, Sage, Green Years, Upward
Climb, Prom Committee.
JOHN DRINKALL I want arl1'enture. DECA, "A"
Band, Pep Band, Dance Band.
DEANNA DUFFY I got rhytlzm. GAA, Quill and
Scroll, Y-Teens, Secretary, FTA, Spit: Spizettes,
Student Council, Prom Committee, Ring Committee,
Girls' State: Homecoming Attendant, Green Years,
Upward Climli, HA" Band, All-State Band, Pep
Band, Leader, Dance Band, Orchestra, "C" Choir,
Accompanist, Tennis, Office Monitor, Honor Society,
GENE DUNN Rare compounrl of fun and frolic. Ex-
plorers, Secretary-Treasurer, Hi-Y: DECA, Sopho-
MERLE ENSIGN Why study when there's so much
to learnl DECA.
MARIE EVANS Life's race well won, life's work
well done. FBLAQ Teen Times.
BOB FERGUSON With little cares and many thoughts
of fun. FFA, Secretaryg Sophomore Footballg Tumbling
CLYDE FILLMORE He's not as bashful as he looks.
FFA, Treasurerg "A" Choir.
PAULA FLISHER She leaves a record that will not
rust. GAA, FLS, Presidentg Service Clubg Quill and
Scrollg FNAQ Student Councilg Upward Climbg Honor
CAROL LEE FOBES A popular girl in fine trim.
Y-Teensg GAA, Quill and Scroll, Secretaryg FLA,
Secretaryg Spiz, Historiang Student Councilg Growl,
Business Manager, Page Editorg Honor Society.
GLENDA FOOTE A pretty girl is like a melody.
FHA, Spizg Football Queen Attendantg Homecoming
Queen Princessg Honor Society.
SANDEE FORD Her faults would make dim shadows.
Y-Teens, Secretaryg Spiz, Secretaryg GAAg Spizettesg
Green Years, Upward Climbg Librariang Prom Com-
mittee: Student Councilg Honor Societyg Secretary,
Youth Legislatureg Sage Organization, Junior, Sopho-
LARRY FORTIN Ideas won't work unless we do.
"A" Bandg Sophomore Footballg Baseball.
DARRELL FOUST Why should I worry and work
myself gray. Pm in no hurry for judgement day. Melba
High School, Melba, Idaho.
LARRY FOWBLE Life is so merry. Hi-Yg Sophomore
Football, Varsity Football.
LOUISE FRANCIS Common Sense will carry you
anywhere. Y-Teensg FBLAQ Spizg Green Years.
INEZ GABICA She lets her light shine without
throwing a spotlight on herself. FLSg GAA, FHA:
Service Club, Spizg Student Body Secretary: Home-
coming Queeng Football Queeng FFA Sweetheart
Attendantg Prom Committeeg Upward Climb, Co-
Business Manager, Speech Festivalg District, Re-
gional: Senior Announcement Committeeg Journalism
GARY WAYNE GARRISON Hurry! Hurry! I'm get-
ting away. DECAg Hi-Y, Student Councilg Meridian
High School, Meridian, Idaho.
MARTIN GERRITSEN She .keeps a lot of people
guessing. GAAg FHAg Quill and Scroll, Camera
Club: Y-Teensg Homecoming Attendantg Green Yearsg
Sage, Photographerg Upward Climbg Joumalism Con-
JEANNE GIRARDI She found that smiles are to be
worn. FHA, FLS, FTA, Parliamentarian, GAA.
ROBERTA GIVENS Blessed with charm. FLS, Y-
Teens, FHA, Historian, Vice President, Spiz, Treas-
urer, Green Years, FNA, Harvest Ball Attendant,
Student Council, Office Monitor.
KEITH GLOVER 0h - I get along.
MARLENE GODFREY Silence is golden. Y-Teens,
Growl, Circulation Manager, FHA, FBLA, Quill and
ROBERT GOTIER Well, then there's now.
LLOYD GOULD Well, I came here to learn, didn't I?
Hi-Y, Sergeant-at-Arms, Basketball Manager, Sopho-
more, Varsity, HA" Choir.
EARLDEAN GRANT There's sunshine in the heart
of me. Spiz, FHA, GAA, Y-Teens, DECA, His-
LlNDA GRANT She is loved for her quiet friendliness.
Y-Teens, GAA, FBLA, Sage, Green Years, Upward
Climb, Honor Society.
CHARLES GREGG Quietness has its own happiness.
EDDIE GUNDERSON Something between a hindrance
and a help. FFA.
JIMMY HAIN Youth comes but once in a lifetime.
FRED HALLBERC Hapy go lucky.
CARL HAMILTON It takes a tall person to know
what's going on in the world. NFL, Key Club, Vice
President, Debate Club, Quill and Scroll, Thespians,
Student Council, Boys' State, Sophomore Football,
Basketball, Varsity Basketball, JV Basketball, Speech
Festival, District, Regional, "Lady Precious Stream,"
"Mrs, McThing," District Drama Festival, "Three
on a Benchf'
GARY HANSEN A good sport in every sense of the
RON HANSON Truth is the highest thing that man
may keep. Future Engineers, FLS, Science Club,
Green Years, "A" Band, Pep Band, Orchestra,
ANSON HANWAY Why study when thereis so much
to do? DECA.
ROSALIE HARN A penny for your thoughts. FLAQ
GAAg Spizg FBLA.
ROBERT HARRELL You'll find us rough, sir, but
y0u'll find us ready. Hi-Yg "A" Band.
ERVIN HARRIS You can always tell a Senior, but
you can't tell him much.
BARBARA HARRISON A Sunbeam on a rainy day.
FLAg GAAQ Y-Teensg Spizg Spizettes, President,
FBLAQ "A" Band, Secretaryg Dance Band Managerg
Pep Bandg Training Band, Librariang Prom Com-
mitteeg Summit, Co-Editorg Upward Climbg Green
Yearsg Student Councilg Office Monitorg Homecoming
Attend:-mtg Green Years Queen.
TOM HARRIS A Great Guy to those who know him,
an idol to those who don't. Thespiansg Hi-Yg Sopho-
more Baseballg Trackg "A" Band.
ELAINE HEIMBERGER A good woman is a man's
CAROLINE HENDERSON Conversation is just one
of her talents. GAA, Representativeg FBLA, Vice
President, FLSg "A" Band, HB" Bandg Spizg "Skin
Deepf' Green Yearsg Upward Climhg Summit.
ELAINE HENDERSON With curly hair and laughing
eyes. GAAg Spizg FBLA.
GARY HENDRICHS Laugh and the world laughs
MERRILYN HENDRY Happiness is speechless. FLSQ
GAAg Y-Teens, Librariang Spizg Green Years, Busi-
ness Managerg Laboratory Assistant.
BOB HENRY Better three hours too soon than a
minute late. Hi-Yg FBLAQ DECAQ Audio Visual Aidg
Science Club, President, Sergeant-at-Armsg Future
Engineersg Tennis Team.
JANET HICKMAN 1t's good to be merry and wise.
GAA, "B" Choir.
MARY HICKS Short and happy, cute and snappy.
GAAg FLSQ FHA, Upward Climbg Sageg Student
Councilg Prom Committee.
LYNN HIGGINSON Whistle while you work and
talk the rest of the time. Debateg NFLQ FTAg Stu-
dent Councilg Sophomore Track.
EDWINA HILL Always ready for a whirl. GAA,
Y-Teens, FHA, Growl, News Editor, Typist, Quill
and Scroll, Vice President, Spiz.
ED HILTY Let me pass out quietly. Student Council.
MELVIN HOCHHALTER Not very tall, but neither
was Napoleon. Hi-Y, Boys' State, Sophomore Foot-
ball, Tumbling Team, Varsity Basketball Manager.
RONNIE HODGE No evil can happen to a good man
in. his life. FFA, HB" Band: "A" Bands DECA-
DALE HOGAN Wim, wigor, witality, and women.
EVELYN HOLDERBY With red hair and a winning
smile, FTA, FBLA, Store Buyer, Honor Society.
JERRY HOLLINGSWORTH Why hurry, time won't
go any faster.
RON HOPPINS Yes an' no, an' mebbe an' not.
Service Club, Vice President, Sage, Sports Editor,
Green Years, Upward Climb, Summit, Business Man-
ager, Prom Committee, Boys' State, Audio Visual
Aid, Orchestra, Honor Society.
LEROY HORNE Tail is the sire of fame.
MARY BETH HORTON I grow old learning some-
thing new everyday. Spiz, Quill and Scroll, FTA,
FNA, FLS, Y-Teens, GAA, Girls' State, Green
Years, Upward Climb, HA" Band, Orchestra, Office
Monitor, Honor Society.
SYLVIA HOUSTON Gratitude is the sign of noble
souls. Y-Teens, FHA, FBLA.
SHARON HOWER With a song in her heart. Y-
Teens, Vice President, Honor Society, Quill and
Scroll, HA" Band, Orchestra, "Bw Band, Thespian
JACK HURREN lim too busy farrnin' to go ro-
mancinf FFA, Sophomore, Varsity Football.
CAROLYN HURST To her, life is not life at all
without delight. Y-Teens, CAA, FHA, Point Keeper,
President, FBLA, Spiz.
LINDA JACOBSEN Personality, honesty, and the will-
ingness to serve. Y-Teens, FHA, GAA, Secietary,
President, FNA, Point Keeper, Spiz, Spizettes, FTA,
Green Years, Upward Climb, Sage, Editor-in-Chief,
Quill and Scroll, Prom Committee, Honor Society,
Student Council, Typing Assistant, Journalism Con-
ference, Student Press Clinic. 25
RON JONES All that and good looking too? Key
Clubg Blu-Ng "A" Choir, Presidentg Track, Varsity
ERVIN KARST All I lrnow is what I read in Pogo.
Student Council, Trackg Junior Varsity Footballg
ANN KELLOGG Little friends may prove great
friends. Quill and Scrollg Spizg NFLQ Debateg FNA,
Vice Presidentg Service Club, Secretaryg Girls' Stateg
Prom Co-Chairmang Sageg "A" Choirg Orchestra!
A. J. KELLOGG The definition of a gentleman.
Science Clubg Key Club: Chess Clubg DECA, Presi-
MARILLYN KILLIAN Variety is the spice of life.
Spizg "A" Choirg Sage Queen Attendantg Rigby High
School. Rigby. Idaho.
GLENDA KIMBALL Action is eloquence. FBLA.
DENNIS KING Mutual love - the crown of all
our bliss. Sophomore Footballg Sophomore Basket-
ball Managerg Varsity Footballg Varsity Basketball
UNA MAY KING I like indoor sports if they go home
at a reasonable hour.
WAYNE KNOTTS An easy-minded soul.
KATHLEEN JAWORSKI Slight not what's near
though aiming at what's far. Office Monitorg Choric
DEANNA JEROME Sweet to everyone. FHAQ Spizg
Thespians, Secretary, 4'Lady Precious Streamf' "Mrs,
McThing3" "Cavalcade of Comedyf' Prom Committee.
ROBERT JOHNS Conscience, conscience, man's best
friend. Science Clubg FLSQ Service Clubg Future
Engineers, President, Key Club, Secretary, Boys'
Stateg Tennis Team.
DON JOHNSON Friendliness, Leadership, Imagination
- too bad he can't spell! FLS, Vice President, Honor
Society, President, Orcbestrag Quill and Scrollg Green
Years, Editorg Summit, Co-Editorg Upward Climb'
Sage, Art Editorg Student Councilg Prom Commit-
teeg Thespians. President, "Tiger on His Toes."
GENEAI.. JOHNSON Silence is golden and blond.
FBLAg GAA, Spizg "A" Choirg Madri Guys and
Gals: All-State Choirg Green Yearsg Honor Society.
GLENYS JOHNSTON What have you got that gets
us. Y-Teens, FHAQ Spizg Spizettes, Secretaryg "B"
Bandg "A" Bandg Green Yearsg Speech Festival.
DENNIS KNOWLTON Yaa - and l'm cute too.
Service Club, Presidentg Student Councilg Sophomore
Baseballg Junior Varsity Basketballg Varsity Baseball:
MARY ELIZABETH KOEHNE Blessed are the calm.
Y-Teensg FLAg Spizg Green Years Staff.
.IOHN KOUDELKA Life is so rnerry. Hi-Yg "A"
Bandg "B" Band, Presidentg Pep Band.
JOHN KRAUSE Silence never betrayed anyone. Hi-
Yg Sophomore Baseballg Varsity Baseballg Hi-Y Bas-
ketballg Hi-Y Bowling.
LARRY KUDEBEH I donit dare be as- funny as I
might. Machinists Club.
DAVID LANCASTER All American boy. Key Club,
Treasurerg DECA3 Hi-Yg Student Council: Green
Years' Top Fifteen.
MAX LANDON The winds and waves are always on
the side of the ablest. FFA.
ROGER LANE Me? Heck, I was just fooling around.
Science Clubg Growl Photographer.
DONAVON LANTZ Many men are killed by over-
worlcg I shall not be one of them.
PAT LARUE Entitled to life, liberty and the pursuit
of man. FBLA.
KATHY LEWIS A jolly little girl. FHAQ Y-Teensg
JEANETTE LEWIS To her, life is not life at all with-
out rlelights. GAAQ FHA: Spizg FBLAg Spizette-sg
Thespiansg g'Three on a Benchf' "B" Choir.
RON LINDE W'e're so sad you had to leave us.
Blu-Ng Upward Climb, Business Managerg Hi-Y.
HAROLD LUPTON No evil can happen to a good
man in his life. FFA, Assistant Reporter, Reporter,
Presidentg Movie Operatorg Honor Society, Vice Presi-
LORRAINE LYLE Her beauty shines from within.
FHAg Girls' Gleeg "A" Choir.
CHRISTINE LYNCH A girl who needs no intro-
duction. Y-Teensg GAAg FHAg Service Club, Honor
Societyg Quill and Scrollg Librariang Junior Class
Secretaryg Senior Class Secretaryg Homecoming Prin-
cessg Football Attendantg Girls' Stateg Student Coun-
cilg Green Yearsg Ring Committeeg Prom Committeeg
Announcement Committeeg Tennis Teamg "Mrs. Mc-
Thingf' "Lady Precious Stream."
GARY MABE Let's live a little.
BECKY MACKEY Short cut to fun. DECA.
JOANNA MAIER Deeds, not words, distinguish her.
Y-Teensg FBLA, Store Supervisorg Librarians, Presi-
dentg Honor Society, Secretary.
BILL MANSUR Donit fence me in.
SHARON MARCH Sense and Sensibility. Spizg Cas-
cade High School, Cascade, Idaho.
SHIRLEY MCKNIGHT It is no matter what you do,
if your heart be only true. Y-Teensg FLSg FBLA:
Thespiansg Weiser High School, Weiser. Idaho.
EARL MCMILLIN Does he kid us? Never! Blu-Ng
Machinist Clubg Sophomore Footballg Junior Varsity
Basketballg Varsity Traekg Sophomore Vice Presi-
dentg Junior Vice Presidentg Student Body Vice Presi-
dent: HA" Band, Vice Presidentg Prom Committeeg
Fire Chiefg Pep Band: Dance Band.
DAVE MCNEILL Why worry? Explorers.
JANICE MCNELIS Hapy go lucky. Boise South Jun-
ior High, Boise. Idaho.
ROD MEDLEY Wine, Women and song are getting
me downg l guess I'll have to give up singing. FFA.
DICK MERRITT Letls live a little.
JERRY MARTIN Beware, I may do startling things.
JOYCE MARTINEAU She's a busy little bee. Y-
Teensg GAAQ FHAg FLSg Spizg Lihrariang Student
Councilg HA" Band.
MARY ANN MARQUEZ Where did you get those
big brown eyes? FLSg GAA.
MELVIN MORRIS Oh Hapy clay, here l come. FFAg
.IACK MOSLEY Let me play basketball, but no
speeches pleasef Hi-Yg Sophomore Basketballg Varsity
SERONA MUDD Slze's small but has a big heart.
FHAQ GAAg FLSQ NFLQ Spizg Spizettesg Debate
Clubg "B" Choir Sf-cretaryg Student Councilg Prom
JIM METCALF Greetings fellow journalists. Blu-Ng
Honor Societyg Quill and Scrollg Growl, Associate
Editor, Sports Editorg Green Yearsg Upward Climb,
Co-Editorg Pep Bandg Orchestrag "A" Bandg Varsity
Football, Trackg Sophomore Footballg Boys' State.
DELMAR MEYERS Ever dependable. "B" Bandg
MARLENE MILLIGAN She's as silent as she is nice.
GAAQ FBLA, Store Supervisorg Honor Society.
KAY MYERS As you like it. UB" Bandg "A"'Band:
Orchestrag Y-Teensg FHAg Spiz.
ALVIN MILLER Rough and tough in football, other
times just wonderful to us all. Hi-Yg Blu-Ng Junior
Varsity Basketballg Varsity Football, Basketball.
LEWIS MILLER Can't get along without a car.
Hi-Yg Science Clubg Laboratory Assistant.
GARLDINE NELSON She has a smile that won't
rub off. FBLA, Presidentg Spizg GAAg FHA: Li-
brariang FNAg Sageg Honor Societyg Student Coun-
ROGER NELSON I'm a big shot in the athletic ale-
partment. Blu-N, Vice President: Varsity Football and
VONDA NEWMAN Blonde bombshell. Y-Teensg GAAQ
FTAg Spizg Librariang Spizettesg "A" Bandg Major-
RILEY NEWTON Hold the fort, I'rn coming. FFAg
CHARLES NICHOLAS I thought nights were marle
for study. Debateg Track.
GAYLE NIHART A little shy but always ready with
a cheery 'chif' Student Councilg Sage Queen.
TERRY NORDSTROM With one exception, girls mean
nothing to me. DECAg Student Councilg Sage King.
BARBARA NUTSCH Not to be forgotten. FTAQ
CAROL PARKER Blonde Bombshell. FBLA, GAA,
FHA, Y-Teens, Thespiansg "Mrs. McThingg" Variety
RON PASCOE A big strong silent man. Sophomore
Football, Basketball: Varsity Football.
GWEN PATTERSON Life is a jest. FTAg FNAg
"A" Band, "B" Bandg "A" Choir.
DOROTHY PELTZER A sure cure for the blues.
GAAQ ,lunior Representative, Senior Representativeg
FBLAg Y-Teensg PE Assistant.
JUDY PERKINS Be alive and you'll get more out
of this world. Y-Teensg FBLAg FTA, Historian.
LINDA PFEIFFER The smile on her face is but a
reflection of her heart. Sage, Business Managerg Quill
and Scrollg GAAg FBLAg Camera Clubg FHAg Y-
Teens, Debateg Spizg Student Council, Homecoming
Queen Attendantg Office Monitor, Upward Climbg
Green Yearsg Prom Committee.
SHARON PIERSOL Never change when love has
found its home.
JUDY PILANT An all-around girl who radiates her
joy, her only weakness is a blonde-headed boy. De-
bate, NFL, Varsity Debate Teamg Y-Teensg Spiz-
ettesg Spiz, Vice Presidentg Crowl, News Editor, Re-
porter, Sage, Senior Editor.
GENE PILCHER All quiet men are dying, I feel
faint. FLSQ Service Clubg Key Club, Secretary, Vice
Presidentg Chess Clubg Science Club, Secretary, Fu-
turc Engfneersg Boys' Stateg Orchestra.
DOROTHY PITMAN When in the course of human
events it becomes necessary to giggle let us giggle.
CAA, FHAQ Y-Teensg FBLAg Spizg Spizettesg Green
Yearsg Orchestra, Secretaryg Homecoming Queen At-
CLADYS POOLEY The smile that wonit come off.
CAAQ FHAQ MA" Choir.
BILL POTTER The gridiron is the meeting place
of all good men. Debateg NFL, Hi-Y, Blu-Ng Up-
ward Climbg Sophomore Football, Basketballg ,lunior
Varsity Basketballg Varsity Track, Footballg All-Star
SIC Football Team.
SONNY POWERS Ring out the old, ring in the new,
I want variety. "B" Choirg Intramuralsg Tumbling
PANSY PRICE By diligence she wins her way. GAA
WESLEY PROUTY No finer person can you know
Hi-Y, FFA, Sophomore Basketball, Football, Track,
Junior Varsity Basketball, Varsity Basketball, Foot-
JERRY PURCELL ls it only in the Spring that a
young man's fancy turns to thoughts of love? Blu-N,
Hi-Y, Sophomore Football, Track, Tumbling, Varsity
Football, Track, Senior Class Vice President.
RON PROW I be as a charmed man.
MARILYN PYWELL One way to succeed is to do
more than is required. Y-Teens, FNA, Vice Presi-
dent, Quill and Scroll, "A" Band, Dance Band,
Director, Orchestra, Variety Show.
TERRY RAFF He never turns back - always goes
forward. Student Council, Green Years.
CAROL RAU Never a dull moment. Y-Teens, FHA,
DECA, Secretary, Spiz, GAA.
ALFRED RAYNOR History will be the death of me.
PEGGY REAL Lucky in love. FBLA, "A" Band,
College High, Nampa, Idaho.
DONNA REIZENSTEIN An efficient little lass with
a sparlfler on her finger. FBLA, Y-Teens, Spiz,
FHA, GAA, Spizettes, Typing Assistant, "A" Choir.
ARMOND ROBERTS Ambition has no rest. Indus-
trial Arts Club, Hi-Y, Student Council, Industrial
DIANE ROGERS l love to live whether I smile or
grieve. Spiz, FHA, GAA, FBLA.
ROBIN RUSSELL Sir - they say you are a scholar.
Science Club, Vice President, Quill and Scroll, Honor
Society, Chess Club, Green Years, Growl, Adver-
tising Staff, Varsity Tennis, "Aw Band, Pep Band,
National Mathematics Contest Award.
DONNA RUTHERFORD Tall, blonde, and . . . ?
GAA, Y-Teens, FHA, Quill and Scroll, Upward
Climb, Green Years, Camera Club, Spiz, Sage Pho-
tographer, DECA Photographer, Joumalism Con-
SHARON SALEK Her friendship is worth having.
FNA, FHA, Librarian.
LARRY SIEBOLD The world owes me a living. In-
dustrial Arts Cluhg Shop Assistant.
BRENDA SLANSKY The hand that made thee hath
made thee good. Spizg FTA, FHAg Green Yearsg
BEVERLY SLAUCHTER She trusts everyone and
doubts no one. FHAQ UB" Choirg Boise High School,
CAROL SMITH She doesn't tall: rnueh, but what is
there to say? FBLA, Merit Point Chairmang Honor
JUNIOR SMITH Give me my boots and sarldle.
MARLENE SPIELMAN Beauty is power, a smile is
its servant. Spizg GAA: FBLA: Y-Teensg Quill and
Scrollg FLS: Spize-ttesg Sage. Feature, Faculty. Music
Etlitorg Upward Climlmg Office Monitor, National
Anthology of High School Poetry Award: Journalism
Conference: Scholastic Achievement Award.
KENNY SCHMIDT Every inch a man, not to say
feel. FFA, Treasurer, Vice President.
VIRGIE SCHMITT In a young heart, everything is
fun. GAAg FHAg FBLAg Green Yearsg HA" Choirg
Girls' Gleeg Spiz, Sergeant-at-Arms.
PATRICIA SCHOLL A package full of brains and
a heart full of sunshine. FTAQ Honor Societyg FHAQ
HAROLD SCOTT Sorry, no record available. FFAg
Adrian High School, Adrian, Oregon.
ED SCRIVIN No sooner said than done. "A" Bandg
Training Bandg Audio Visual Aidg Librarian, As-
sistantg Sophomore Football.
GARY SHARP He's a help to everyone. FBLAg
Newport High School, Newport, Oregon.
LESLIE SHEETS One who is polite to you eten
when he has no favors to ask.
,IOANN SHEFFIELD What is lovely never dies. Y-
Teensg FBLA, Store Manage-rg FLSg Honor Society,
Treasurerg Quill and Scroll.
LAVERNA SIEBER Vision for the foresight of to-
1. ,J -.tum .ff.. :ff-l si-U: it
f- ff mums,
DOROTHY STRODE Earnest in purpose. FBLAg Li-
SUSAN SWENSON And still they gazed and still
the wonder grew, how one small head could carry
all she knew. FHAg Betty Crocker Homemaker of
Tomorrow: Honor Society.
ELDON TAPP Me? Heck, I was just fooling around.
JIMMY THINNES Honor lies in honesty. Training
DALE THOMPSON He may be quiet now, but wait
until you know him. FFAg Track.
MIKE THOMPSON Handsome is as handsome does.
Hi-Yg DECAg Sophomore Yell Leaderg Student Coun-
ILLA TIBBETS 1 do betray myself by blushing.
GAA3 FBLAg Y-Teensg Sophomore Choirg "A" Choirg
CHARLENE TOLMAN Happy-go-lucky. FHAQ "An
KAREN TOOLSON With one exception, boys mean
nothing to me. GAAg FBLAQ Spizg UA" Choirg All-
JUNE TRAUERNICHT Cheerful today, tomorrow,
and everyday. Honor Society.
STEVE TREASURE Give me Liberty or give me any
other five-cent magazine.
MARY LOU TROYER You couldn't dislike her if
you tried. FLSQ FBLAg Typing Assistant.
GEORGIA TURRITTIN Combination of youth, beauty,
or wisdom. Spizg FHAQ GAAQ FTAQ Librariang Fire
Marshalg Homecoming Attendantg Student Council.
CHARLES TYLER I despise money except for what
I need today. Key Club, Treasurerg Future Engineers.
BETTY UNDERHILL She serves her purpose well.
FBLAg Office Monitor.
IVAN UZZEL The early bird catches the worm, but
who wants a worm nowadays?
GLENDA VERHEYEN With valleys of eternal good
cheer. Y-Teensg FHA: FBLAQ GAAg Lihrariang
SHERREL WALKER What she does still betters
what is done. Honor Societyg Bookkeeping Assistantg
FTAg "B" Choir.
RAY WARD I'm not alone in this.
RON WARD He never kneels to anyone. Hi-Yg Varsity
DARRYL WARWICK With one exception - girls
mean nothing to rne. DECAQ Hi-Yg Sage King At-
JIM WECKER True to his work, his word means
much to his friends. Hi-Yg Quill and Scrollg Green
Yearsg Upward Climbg Pep Bandg "A" Band, Presi-
dentg Honor Society, Presidentg Senior Class Pre-si
dentg Student Rotariang Announcement Committeeg
District 3 Student Council.
MARVIN WEIDENFIELD Let every man be master
of his time.
TERRY WESTMARK Concentration Kid. "A" Bandg
Drum Majorg Training Bandg Green Yearsg Upward
Climbg Summit, Art Editor.
GARTH WHITSON All's well that ends well.
BOB WILKERSON I care not for the fair sex -
not all the time.
LOIS WILLCUTS Be silent and safe . . . silence
never betrays you. Y-Teensg FBLA, Secretaryg FLSQ
EVELYNNE WILLIAMS Men are like street cars -
if you miss one, catch another. FBLAg FI-IAQ Spizg
Y-Teensg Harvest Ball Attendant.
MONTY WILLIAMSON l've got good intentions.
EDWIN WILSON He would help others, out of
GENE WILSON Let me pass out quickly. "A" Bandg
"A" Choirg "A" Orchestra.
JIM WILSON You'll find us rough, sir, but you'll
find us ready. FFA.
SHEILA WINSTON She has a smile that won't rub
off. FHAg Y-Teensg Spizg Camera Club, Secretaryg
Sage: Upward Climbg Prom Committeeg Office Moni-
MARILYN WOLF A flashing smile for everyone.
FHAg FBLAg Office Monitor.
VEARL WOLFE I do betray myself by blushing.
JOYCE WOOLERY Beauty is powerg a smile is its
servant. Spizg "B" Choirg "AH Choir.
FRED YATES Take good care of me, good men are
rare. DECA, Vice Presidentg Sophomore Footballg
Junior Varsity Football: Tumbling Team.
KEITH BIRD The jolly journalist. Quill and Scrollg
Growl, Sports Editorg Sophomore Football.
NOEL BLUM Silence is deep as eternity, speech is
shallow as time. Hi-Yg Science Clubg "A" Bandg
Pep Bandg Orchestra.
DIXIE LEE SHAW Personality, honesty and the will-
ingness to serve. "A" Bandg Pep Bandg Santa Fe
High School, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
RICHARD MORRIS A ready smile awaiting you
wherever you meet him. Explorers Club, Sergeant-ab
Armsg Blu-Ng Sophomore Footballg Varsity Football,
LEONARD SMITH Why study when there's so much
else to do. NFL: Science Clubg Industrial Arts Club,
Vice Presidentg Student Councilg Hi-YQ Blu-Ng Varsity
Golf, Footballg Sophomore Football.
Camera Shy Seniors
DENNIS ALDREDGE There's a joker in every deck.
Hi-Yg Debate Clubg NFL, All-Star SIC Football
Teamg Varsity Football, Track.
PRESTON BEAGLEY Yes, I'm a Senior this year,
the world lies ahead. Rosston, Oklahoma.
BRUCE BLAKE Oh, why should life all labor be?
LEONA FULLER I have a heart and room for every
JERRY GOWEN Always ready to be your friend.
RON KAISER School will be the death of me.
GALE LANE Me? Heck, I was just fooling around.
DALLAS LAWRENCE Do not delay, golden moments
RICHARD MITCHELL Oh, I get along. FBLA.
DAVE PRESCOTT lust let the clouds roll by.
ROBERFT REIF I just study to kill time.
KAREN ROBERTSON My heart is ever at your
JIM SALOIS Such a shame you didn't come here
sooner. Debateg Varsity Basketball, Bubl High School,
RICHARD SHORT Take me far from the maddening
crowd. Machinists Club.
DON STROUCHON Time is awfully hard to kill.
FRED SMITH A man after his own heart.
IONA SMITH Always there with joy and cheer.
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Wferry, you poor overworked Senior. I hope you
rezmze you are filling the cup upside downf' Terry
Nordstrom is one of the D.E.C.A. members who
serves you every noon in the Kennel. Keep it up
D.E.C.A., but remember the cups, huh?
Ulf you put this 5 by 3,
on page 27, it will balance
with 216 by 4, on page
26." So directs Linda Ja-
cobsen as she confers with
Marlene Speilman and San-
dee Ford on Sage Layout.
1---an-u-ii-l 1- -1-me
Wipe those silly grins off
your faces and get to
work! Who do you think
you are anyway-editors
and business managers ol
summit? You're right.
That's what they are. Bar-
bara Harrison and Don
Johnson are Co-Editors of
Summit and Ron Dike is
Business Manager. Missing
from the picture is Ron
Hoppins the other Business
"This is the way it should really be done," explains
Ray Ward. Mr. Quinley smiles, as if to say, "You
could be right." But by the looks on the faces
of Ivan Uzzel and Leighton Benjamin, there could
he a slight doubt in their minds.
Student Body President Elian Al-
verado is busily presiding over
the Student Council Meeting in
the lunch room during first per-
iod. Looking on are Inez Cabica,
Student Body Secretary and Buzz
McM.illin, Student Body Vice
Mr. Brandt's first period chemistry class is character-
ized by the fierce tarten-like determination shown
here by Bill Potter, in his experiment: How clean
is a really clean glass stirring rod?
My! Don't they look studious!
This is a typical picture of Mrs.
Ba.ker's Comprehensive English
class, 2nd period. Everybody is
busy listening to the assignment
all except Lloyd Could. Lloyd,
don't you know it isn't polite to
read funny books when someone
is talking. Mrs. Baker, you better
get after him.
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For the class of '60 the Junior year exists only in memory: Memories of the
dates, games, home work, final exams, and. of course. the Junior-Senior Prom.
Headed by Marolane Yellen. the Prom was the biggest class event of the year. This
dance was the result of much work by many committees headed by: Decorations, Karen
Allen, Programs and lnvitations, Donna Fletcher: Clean-Up, Leland Benner, Publicity,
Eugenie Newton, Photography and Lighting. Jerry Simonseng Chaperones, Jerilyn
Burlingame, Refreshments, Peggy Roperg and Music and Floor Show, Bonnie Tiegs.
Leading the class of '60 were Bill Cunningham, President, LaVonne Tiegs. Vice
President: Bob Rogers, Secretary, Kay Masingill. Yell Queen, and Judy Masingill,
Yell Duchess. Mrs. Helen York served as faculty advisor.
The Upward Climb, under the supervision of Co-Editors Vickie Luekenga and Janis
Chase, and Co-Business Managers Donna Fletcher and Arnold Wallace, has completed
its second year providing a literary outlet for members of the Junior Class.
Selected as the class motto was 'Took for the silver liningf, the class colors were
pink, green, and silver, and the class flower was the carnation.
Ahead looms the final year, but behind are many experiences and memories that
will be long cherished by the class of 1960.
Junior tudent Council
FIRST ROW, left to right: Kay Masingill, LaVonne Tiegs, Bill Cunningham, Bob Rogers, and Judy Masingill. SECOND ROW: Karen
Jacobsen, Shirley Jamison, Marilyn Benson, Sherry Lynn Buell, and Linda Ishihara. THIRD ROW: Dale Russell, Don Knudsen, Bruce
Keithly, Dave Hill, Phil Davies, and Jerry Korn.
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Carol Lcwvllen Karen Liljenquist
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Camera Shy Juniors
.l erry Solois
"Boy what a problem." Ron Sturdivant and Jeff
Tollifson attempt to find the differential of the
difference of the negative cuberoot of the mass of
ball A as opposed to ball B in physics.-"And
don't ask me which is ball A."
Books in, opposed to books out. Oh well
they balance this morning. Sula Moore,
one of the student librarians, is balanc-
ing the book records for another day.
"Quid habet, Comelius?" Here is a first
year Latin class studying the language
of the ancient Romans. Their able in-
structor, .of course, is Miss Haglin, Nam-
pa High's French and Latin teacher.
One more green year has passed for another green class. After the first few
Weeks of confusion. this year7s 'ggreenw sophomores dug in and have taken an active
part in student affairs. The class officers were Bruce Garrison, President: Stanley
Tarter, Vice Presidentg and Kathy Hostetler. Secretary. Faculty advisor was Carlyle
The cheerleaders, Caryn Snyder. Barlmara Dick. Julie Ann Harper, and Connie
Luekenga, have done a fine job in getting the Sophoniores out to support their teams.
We were all proud when the sophomore football team won the Tri-City League Cham-
Green Years editor was Beverly Labruni and Business Manager was Ruth Adams.
They and their staff worked hard to puhlish the hook under the supervision of their
advisor Miss Ardis Minna.
ophomore tuclent Council
FIRST ROW, left to right: Caryn Snyder, Barbara Dick, Kathie Hostetler, Bruce Garrison, Stanley Tarter, Julie Ann Harper, and Connie
Luekenga. SECOND ROW: Georgia Cutler, Judy Wentworth, Denna Alvarado, Barbara Farmer, Dawn Mills, Wanda Lee Miller, and Bill
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Hart. THIRD ROW: Germain Tarrant, Blake Harris, Dennis Brock, Buzz King, Jun Furishiro, John Hayec, and aw.
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meets y,', explains Mr. McNich0ls, as ,lim Fur-
shiro tries to make it look like what's in the
With his collar high and the "enemy', fGer-
main Tarrantl close behind, Loren Benner
heads for cover. Scores of students were en-
gaged in snow hall fights on the football field
after the first real snow of the year provided
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English? Daryl Sallaz seems to he in some
doubt as to the proper procedure, Lee Dodson
has figured it out by simply diagraming on
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, , immediately below, look on while Mr. Steck addresses the
council on student behavior. The student council is the governing body on the campus. It discusses matters affecting
the entire student body and passes on acceptable practice.
'LWill the student council come to order, so we can adjourn?" Pictured at the bottom of the page is the second council
meeting of the year held in the latter part of September.
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have just finished changing the
display in the show case. This
week the library is featuring books
of all kinds.
The librarians of Nampa High are busy little gals. They distribute library notices
for overdue books, put up the bulletin boards and campus news, set up display cases
in the lobby of the administration building, and, of course, check out books. Indeed,
they learn by doing.
Brenda Bruck, student librar-
ian, is sitting at the table
diligently doing her geome-
try against a backdrop of
some very interesting maga-
zines. How can she stand it?
g'Jingle hells, jingle bells . . ."
A spontaneous glee club composed
of Marillyn Killian, Shirley Jami-
son, Karen Allen, and Betty
Hatch with Mrs. Bacon at the
piano sing Christmas Carols dur-
ing the first lunch hour. Bobby
Nielson observes all quietly.
"Now boys, don't look at me in
that tone of voice! I'm just a
shutter bug who wants your pic-
ture." The football field once
again became active last January
as snow fiend plotted against
"Don't undress me here!
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Furiama, a woe-begone soph-
omore during the "mug-
shooting' for the Sage. Linda
Jacobsen, editor of the Sage,
assures Jim it's a perfect fit.
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The Thespian Variety Show, one of the highlights of the year,
is produced annually by Mrs. Reidis play production class. The
Variety Show for 1959 was held on Feb. 19, 20, 21 and because
of complete sell-outs on each night it was again cast on February 23.
Elinor Cooke, mistress of ceremonies, and
Pam Burchard made sure there was never
a dull moment during the Thcspian Variety
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Darrel Franke and the Clemens' brothers
take part in '6Blue Hawaii" by playing
"Coc0anut Grove" on their guitars. One
of the Clemens' brothers is not pictured.
"1 want to he evil" says Chris Lynch
fpictured at the left? as she pantomimes
Eartha Kitts' record H1 Want To Be Evil."
Vickie Luekenga, Marilyn Killian, and Con-
nie Luekenga, dresscd in sailor suits, added
a nautical air to the Variety Show.
Against the background of Diamond Head,
a beach party is in progress. Everyone seems
to be dreaming except Cookie, At least
she's on the ball.
Norma Dennis took her part in the Variety
Show by doing a twirling routine with
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intermission at the, Sweetheart Ball. We give them
a Htipi' and A'hatl0" for their routine.
The big moment has arrived! This was the crowning
of the Alumni Queen during the half time activities
of the Nampa-Borah game February 13. The honored
Queen, Miss Annie Laurie Bird, was presented with
a bouquet of roses after she was escorted onto the
floor by Barbara Harrison and Maralane Yellen. Miss
Bird, a former teacher at Nampa High devoted 35
years of .her teaching career to Nampa schools. Miss
Bird was honored as Alumni Queen after an inspiring
pep talk given at the pep assembly February 6.
'LDid Grandma really look like that?" asked little
George, as Linda Pfieffe, Carol Rau. Earldean Grant,
and Donna Fletcher modeled styles of the past at
the Spiz Style Show.
Linda Pfeiffer is presenting the Sage Queen, Gail
Nihart with a bouquet of roses at the annual Sage
dance held October 4 in the NHS gym, while the
King, Terry Nordstrom looks on.
At the February meeting for Quill and Scroll, the
club discussed pins available to students of joumalism.
Here, Linda Dawson, president, points out various
Sweetheart King, Mike Thompson, and Queen, Carol
Lee Fobes stand before the huge heart which decorated
the stage at the dance which was held on February
7 in Lincoln Gym, right after the Twin Falls-Nampa
A blond, a brunette,
and a redhead! With
three eharmers such as
these to choose from,
the NHS Student body
was hard put to it to
Choose a homecoming
queen last October 10.
These three are just a
Nampa High Play Production elass was lucky to get these people ttpiatm-.1
bclowl to take part in their spring play, "The Han Called Peter." Standing
from left to right are Mr. and Mrs. David Albright who played Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Marshall. Mr. Albright is pastor of the Brethren Chureh. Standing
next to them is Mr. J. WV. Richardson. principal of Roosevelt, who played
Senator Knox. The Camera shy boys Standing in front are from right to left
Stephen Bringhurst and Delbert Jueobson. They both played Peter John.
The play took plaec in the little Theater. April 30, and May l and 2.
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to vie for the home-
coming crown. Pictured
are Inez Cabica. home-
coming queen, Martina
ilerritsen and Linda
lnez was erowned at
the homecoming dance
held October 10 in the
Georgia Turritin and Bob Ferguson, tpictured abovel
were Crowned queen and king of the Harvest Ball held
in Lincoln Gym on November 21. Here they are shown
dancing together right after the Coronation.
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The Spizettes are shown here drilling at one of the pep assemblies. These girls, under the advisorship of Miss Mina, performed
at our basketball games during half-times. On February 17 the Spizettes traveled to Emmett where they performed at half-time
at the Emmet-Nampa game.
After coming back from their crayfish excursion, early last January, Mr. Cruse's comprehensive biology
exhibits for the Sage camera.
class displayed a few
ROGER NELSON RON DIKE RON ROBERTSON
Dean Lewis, Nampais head mentor, led Nampa
to a third place in the newly formed Southern
Idaho conference, which has been rated as one
of the toughest High School leagues in the
Dean started his college education at Albion
Normal. After two years, he enrolled at the
-f . U. of I., where he was a standout in athletics
DENNIS ALLDREDGE his last two Years'
In college, Dean was Senior Football captain
and on the basketball squad. It was in track
that Dean shone the brightest, as he set inter-
mountain and regional shot-put records and re-
ceived the Dingle Trophy as the University's
Somehow Dean worked into his schedule 31
months, from March '43 to October '45, in the Pacific Theater.
Around school Dean coaches football and track, and teaches health and P.E.
This will be Dean's last year as Nampa's head coach. He has moved into 'the newly
formed office of P.E. co-ordinator for the Nampa School System.
JIM METCALF TOM IRWIN FRED BERGAMAN TED SERRATOS
ERVIN KARST ALVIN MILLER JERRY PURCELL
One of the more jolly type persons on cam-
pus is Roy Robertson, who has these past two
years moved up to the Nampa varsity squad to
take over the job of head line coach.
Fitting into his new assignment comes easy to
Roy as he had taught basically the same funda-
mentals in grade school and in high school,
when he was Sophomore and .lunior Varsity 1
Roy's future possibilities became quite ap- BILL POTTER
parent when he was picked from Payette's squad
to be on the All-Star Football Team of 194-7.
From sports in Payette Roy ventured on to
Albion Normal for his first two years of formal
education. Roy then went to C. of l. where he
received his sheepskin.
If it isn't drills on the gridiron it's books and exams for Roy as he has five periods
of history every day. One of Roy's favorite expressions is, "If that is the only thing we
do, it will be done right."
JERRY CARLSON MIKE SPRATT LEONARD SMITH LELAND BENNER
Great Falls Blanks Nampa 12-0
After a grueling 16 hour bus trip to Great Falls on Sept. 5, the Bulldogs were set
aside by lVIontana's '57 and 358 State Champions, Great Falls. The game was a hard
fought contest and the Bison Crew was undoubtedly the best team the Bulldogs faced
Nampa's ground offense was generally stymied except for two long punt returns by Ron
Robertson, that were nullified by penalties.
The Bulldog line was exceptionally spirited and backs Loren Stratton and Roger Nel-
son did their alma mater proud.
As members of the newly formed Southern Idaho Conference, the Nampa, Borah, and
Caldwell High Schools held their first football jamboree Sept. 19. The jamboree in-
cluded a three-half game with each team participating in two halves. Caldwell and Borah
opposed each other in the first halfg Borah met Nampa in the second half, and the third
half brought Nampa against Caldwell.
Caldwell won the hotly contested first half with a slim margin of 7-6. In the 'second
half Nampa tidily defeated Borah I3-6. The first quarter of this match was fairly even.
Nampa's first touchdown was by Roger Nelson on a 25-yard run up the middle. The
second quarter was split wide open when Ron Robertson made a spectacular 82-yard kick-
off return for Nampa's second touchdown. Minutes later, Ervin Karst plowed over on a
three-yard drive bringing the score to I3-0. Borah suddenly sparking to life, made the final
touchdown of the game, and came in on the short end of the I8-6 score.
The third and final half of the jamboree was scoreless with Nampa pitted against Cald-
Pictured to the left is John
Bishop and Layne Dike
who had the jobs of var-
sity managers. They had
a two-fold job of helping
Dean and keeping the
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O'Very and Phil Davies who were
the other half of the varsity man-
agers and helped in the issuing
of suits and care of equipment.
Nampa Troances Twin Falls Nampa Holds Idaho Falls Scoreless
ln an Octolwer 3 tilt at Bulldog Bowl the
Nampa Bulldogs used passes to out score
the Twin Falls Bruins ISI-7.
Twin Falls managed to he ahead at the
end of the first quarter with a score of
Twin Falls T. Nampa 6: hut the rest of
the ganna- was Nillllllilk. Touchdowns. made
ifn the first half by Nampais Fred Berge-
lnan, Roger Nelson. and Dennis Alldredge,
moved the score at the half to 20-7. Ron
Dike added two more in the second half to
olmtain the final score of Nampa Sl and
Twin Falls T.
Heavy penalties were sustained by hoth
teams. Nampa had 6 that totaled 60 yards,
and Twin Falls also had 6, for a total of
The tough Nampa Bulldogs held the
Idaho Falls Tigers scoreless. 27-0, in
Nampais first SIC game at Nampa on
Leland Benner converted Nampals only
completed pass into a tl-l-yard touchdown
for the Bulldogfs first score. The second
quarter was scoreless but after the half-
time Nampa clicked three times. Ron
Rohertson ran 23 yards for the second
Nampa TD. Ervin Karst ran l2 yards for
the third. and Ron Dike added another 6
points with a 9-yard run into paydirt.
All three PAT tries were good. Idaho
Falls presented quite a threat in the last
quarter when they intercepted three Nampa
During the game Nampa racked up l2
first downs and 5 penalties. totaling 35
yards compared to Idaho Falls' 7 first
downs and -lt penalties for 50 yards.
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Nampa Bulldogs practicing pass
protection drill with a little les-
son in leap-frog thrown in for
good measure by Brian Croft.
Nampa Set Aside by Lewiston 20-12
A long trip had little effect on a determined Lewiston
eleven that invaded the Bulldogs' pawing ground last
October 11. Lewiston got off to a slow start and finished
behind a fired-up Nampa team at the end of the first
The first half found both teams very evenly matched
with Nampa on top 6-0, by virtue of Ron Rohertson's
30-yard touchdown ramble.
Play in the second half rapidly progressed as Lewiston
pushed across two touchdowns. Nampa gamely came
hack as Roger Nelson scored Nampa's second touchdown.
The Bulldog eleven momentarily seemed to spark alive
after the first plays following the second score, but the
determination of the scrappy little team from up North
could not be denied and the last Bulldog drive was
stopped deep in Bengal territory.
When the game was over the statistics column showed
that the Bulldog eleven had out rushed the Lewiston
team 278 yards to 72. In the first down department the
Bulldogs were ahead 13 to 5.
Football Schedule - 1958
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Oct. 3 Nampa .....,,. 34 Twin Falls, ,,,. .,,.. 7
Oct. 10 Nampa ......,. 12 Lewiston ,,,, .. c.,,. 20
Oct 17 Nampa ......., 0 Boise ,.,,,.,.,,,, ...., 2 6
Oct 24 Nampa ,...,,,, 14 Pocatello ,.,,,, ..,.. 2 0
Oct 31 Nampa ,....... 12 Borah ,,.,........ ..... 2 0
Nov. 11 Nampa ........ ,....... ' 14 Caldwell c,,c.... 21
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PAUL KAYE JON COX DAVID DAYTON
, Nampa Opponents
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Fizrst downs 32 for 270 yds' 28 for 270 yds'
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Boise Rocks Nampa 26-0
Boise's powerful line and Teen Magazine
star, Dawn Fannin, led a relentless Boise
Brave crew to a 26-0 victory over a stubborn
Nampa Bulldog eleven Friday, October 17, in
The first half ended with Boise ahead by a
score of 6-0 on the efforts of Fannin's 80-yard
The second half began to show on the
Nampa forward wall as it gave way to gaping
holes for the Boise backs.
Boise's last three touchdowns came quite
rapidly on runs by Fannin and Kozak and a
touchdown pass by Larry Jefferies. Work-
horse of the Boise crew was Fanning with
216 yards rushing.
Nampa had little to cheer about except for
some fine runs by Dike and punt returns by
Robertson. Even Nampais passing attack fal-
tered as in the last minutes of play Bulldog
pass receivers couldnit hold onto the elusive
Final tatlies showed that miscues on Bull-
dog defense was the deciding factor rather
than the power of the Boise ground game
as Nampa out rushed the Boise squad.
If these Borah Lions have their way and the referees are on their side, Roger
Nelson's run seems at an end.
By the look on Ron Dike's face he knows all will soon come to an end.
Pocatello beats Nampa 19-14
A couple of bad breaks in the last quarter let Pocatello Indians slip past Nampa
and into a three-way tie for first place in S.I.C. Nampa moved down to share second
place with Caldwell.
The first score of the game for Pocatello and the first in the game was scored by
Kay Barber in the second quarter.
After the half the Bulldog offense finally began to click. Bon Dike chalked up
the first six pointer with a two-yard plunge and Mike Spratt followed a short time
later with a five-yard run around left end. Ron Dike added both extra points with
dives of two yards each. At the end of the third quarter the score stood at 14-6 in
favor of Nampa. This left Pocky with the near impossible task of scoring twice on
the Bulldog defense in one quarter. This the Indians proceeded to do. The first
touchdown came quickly on an intercepted pass. The situation still looked hopeless
for the Indians until a fumbled punt by Ron Robertson on the Nampa 37 moved
Poky into Nampa territory. Poky was bogged down until an automatic first down
by a penalty was awarded the Poky squad. This was quickly converted into a Poky
score by Ray Anderson on a twenty-yard jaunt around right end making the final
score 19-lil' in favor of the Pocatello Indians.
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definite plans for Ron Robertson.
Barak Hexes Nampa in
Halloween T ilt.
Fighting for a chance at the conference
title, the Borah Lions slipped past the
Nampa Bulldogs 20-111-.
Bill Shaw scored Nampals first touch-
down in the first half and Wanek Stein
grabbed a pass and ran across for Borah's
only first half tally. However Nampals
conversion was good and the Bulldogs led
at the half 7-6. ln the second half Stein
and John Ahlin added 1-1 more points to
Borah's score. Roger Nelson added the
Bulldogs' final tally to make the final score
Borah 20 to Nampais lfl.
Caldwell bests Nampa in Armistice Game 21-7
The spirit of 576 was lacking in the Nampa team on Armistice Day as they were
subdued by a spirited Caldwell eleven. The victory moved Caldwell into a three-way
tie for second place in the newly formed S.l.C.
Doom struck early in the game for the Bulldogs as Caldwell's Dick Darling inter-
cepted a pass on the Nampa ll and carried it to the one. Bicandi scored and Neil
Caldwell's second touchdown was set up by a recovered fumble on the Nampa 23.
Eight plays later Darling punched over from the four. The half ended with Nampa
Both teams started slow in the third quarter but Nampa, taking to the air on
passes from Dike to Alldredge, Karst, and Nelson took the ball to the Caldwell three
where Nelson went over for the score.
The fourth quarter started quickly for Nampa as the Bulldogs kept the passing game
going but Dike's 15 completions out of 22 attempts was to no avail as fate and
the time plagued Nampa. Nampa's last hopes were smashed late in the final minutes
by a Caldwell pass interception.
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The regular season ended for the Bulldogs February 17 as Nampa beat the Emmett
Huskies on the Huskies home floor 54-49. Nampa's first season win was also against
Emmett as George Keil and crew beat Emmett December 5, 73-45. This final win
resulted in a 12-7 season record f.632D and a 8-4 S.l.C. conference total. The
8-4 conference record placed Nampa second in the league behind Pocatello.
The Bulldogs, in seasons play, were only beaten twice by one team as Idaho
Falls romped past the Nampa crew with two hard fought victories. Other S.l.C.
teams found rougher going against Keil's quintet. Pocatello, who annually beats
all comers on their floor shellacked Nampa by 31 points, at home, only to be
trimmed 44-42 on their journey into Bulldog land. Pocatello and Caldwell were
two teams with impressive records who received their first loss from the Bulldogs.
Jerome on its home court at one time led Nampa 19-1 and eventually took the game
47-383 but the Tigers found the going at Nampa not so easy as they were polished
Nampa's only overtime game was the battle with Boise, when Boise was over-
turned 55-49 at the end of the first regulation overtime. Nampa wasn't always
so lucky, however, in the last seconds. ln the final minutes, Baker, Blue Mountain
Champions, squeezed past Nampa 47-46 after trailing the Nampa five for all but
the last two minutes of the game.
BILL CUNNINGHAM JACK MOSLEY
Varsity Schedule '58-'59
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17-ldaho Falls .,,,,, .,,,,,, , . 43 Nampa
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Robertson .3723 Hamilton .3643 Harrell .351
Nelson 653 Mosley 363 Harrell 34.
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Hamilton .7773 Miller .7503 Harrell .739.
Nelson 1533 Mosley 1423 Cunningham 140.
Robertson 1953 Nelson 1453 Dike 82.
Point Average per Game:
Dike 8.33 Nelson 8.13 Mosley 7.5.
Pictured below is Ron Robertson as he battles for the ball in the last seconds
of the heated Jerome game. Nampa won 30-29.
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Kingg Kay Masingill, Yell Queeng Judy Nlasingill, Yell Duchessg and Eddie Doorn,
Yell Dukeg lead the student body in yells to increase the school spirit.
Their efforts and the results they produce are greatly appreciated by the teams
and the student body in general. There will be a place in our memories for the
Varsity Cheerleaders of 159.
Chosen by the Sophomore Class to lead them
in team support and class enthusiasm are the
Sophomore Cheerleaders, left to right: Connie
Luekenga, Julie Harper, Barbara Dick, and Caryn
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Music from strings. This music floating from tht- Little 'l'ht-atre cmnes to us with plvasant
lIlf'lllUl'lt'F of a variety of progrzllns. invlutling pm'f0l'liiz1iic'Ps at the Orchestra Concert. Haricalaurvatc
anfl llfflfltlfllltbll Svrvif-0. llnrlvr thv lvarlr-rsliip of flirm-tor Wlinfic-lrl Kirc'hPr. the group attvmlvcl
thtf llislrivt Nlusiv Festival wvll prr-pa1'c-tl. Assisting Mr. Kirf-her were offiversz Connie Kirklnan.
I'rz-sitlc-nt: Katliclvvn Nlrfrrismi. Vive l'i'0sirlelit: and Kay lillpvrt. Svvretary. lVlPl1llWf'I'S of this string
1-nst-inlvlv. pie-tim-fl ahqve. prvsvntml a fmitnrt- nnnilwr at thc- annual nrt-lwstra r-rmvert last January,
The- Illlllllwl' present:-tl hy Ihis gmiip was only nnv- lK'illIlI'K' uf the 1'mif'f-rt hut it was an essential
part ul thai wlmlt-.
This String Quartet was featured in the
annual Orchestra concert, P.T.A., and the
Athletic Banquet. The group practices once
every week. Pictured here are Kathleen Mor-
rison. Lee Seitz. Barbara Pipkin, and Connie
The purpose of "B" Choir is to train students for the UA" Choir 'md to meet the needs of those who do not wish
to he in performance. Members learn the fundamentals of I'C3lllI1glllUQlC and of xoice production These are the thirty
four members of 'gB,' Choir. Their pianist is Carmond Witteiiiaii. The instructor is Winfield Klrcher
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Under the leadership of Wilifield Kircher. the "An Choir is one of our most
important organizations. This group participated in the District and State Music
Festivals and in the annual choir concert. The group also participated in the Thanks-
giving and Christmas assemblies. This yearis officers were Ron Jones. President:
Fred Atkins, Vice Presidentg Gerri Schmitt, Secretary: and Joyce Vlfoolery, Robe
Pictured at the left is the Sophomore Choir,
organized in order to train students for the
'cA', and NB" choirs. These 23 sophomore
students were accompanied by the only senior
member, Deanna Duffy. Members performed
at the annual Spring Concert, held May 15,
at Nampa. Mr. Kircher is the group's director.
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Music and rhythm! Ernanating from the music room every morning is the best
music the band has to offer. Under the baton of Earle McKeever the "An Band
has shown great spirit and enthusiasm playing for all home football games and
performing at half-times. One of the bandas major appearances during the year was
the annual HSwing,' Concert, presented in December. Although the band members
worked hard for the various performances, their major efforts were devoted to pre-
paring themselves for the District and State Music festivals. Band members chose
Jim Wecker as their President and bestowed the honor of Drum Major on Terry
of Manager, .loy Baumgartner.
An '4On the Ballw Pep Band thrilled us
with their appearance and performances at all
our hometown games and pep assemblies
These twenty-nine musicians also provided
music for the Spizettes drill team. Deanna
Duffy directed the pep band with the help
Developing inexperienced people who are musically inclined and giving those who
are capable and deserving a Cl'l8IlCE to participate in 'CAN Band. are the lllfllll purposes
of this music organization. Smne students who attend "B" Band d0n't care to perform
anywhere except in class. hut they still want to learn appreciation of grand music.
Earl lVlcKeever is the director of training hand. pictured below.
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LINDA J ACOBSEN
Our year begins with a lot of yack,
But, manl We hafta pick up slack,
Hodge sits back and silently knows,
That soon welll be up on. our toes.
Donna and Martina scurry to and fro,
With cameras clicking and bulbs aglowg
But editor lake has really a job,
It's almost as bad as getting rid of the blob.
I really flon,t know how we put up with Dike,
But then his section, I'm sure, we shall like,
And .ludy in the corner looking quite fine,
Most certainly won.'t when it's her deadline.
Sandee observes a Sophomore lad,
But the .lunior she sees isn't quite that bad
Cordefs statistics are having a blast,
And he certainly hopes it wonlt last and last.
Don is our artist to whom we give credit
All the neat posters that get rid of our debit.
Linda,s importance keeps the books in check
But once in a while she sure catches heck.
Hoppins, our trustworthy man named Friday,
Sometimes acts like he came from Mt. ldeyg
But then. after the shipment has lost our yen
We simply start all over again.
By MARLENE SPIELMAN
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The major qualities needed for '
success in Growl membership are:
a demonstrated interest in newspaper
work, good writing ability, ability
to write correctly without mechanical
errors, and an enthusiasm for the
Every two weeks Growl members demonstrate anew their possession of these
qualities as they work very hard to provide the best possible newspaper coverage
for Nampa High School.
The Growl has been organized since 1938 and copies of the Growl dating back to then are still on file. The publishing staff
this year was Editor-in-Chief, Linda Dawsong Assistant Editor, Jim Metcalfg and Business Manager, Carol Lee Fobes.
Advisor of the Growl is Mrs. Bessie Baker.
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Edwina Hill, is receiving some hack
seat advice from Marlene Godfrey, Cir-
culation Manager, prior to meeting a
Al1en's typing error has struck the
hone of Crowl members Judie Har-
and Keith Bird. Keith is Sports
on the Crowl staff and Judy and
are Advertising Managers.
Above, Jim Metcalf is searching through the hack
files of the Crowl closet in Mrs. Baker's classroom.
Jim serves as Linda Dawson's right-hand-man in his
capacity as Associate Crowl Editor.
"That's due tomorrow, and no later!" Linda Dawson,
Editor of the Crawl, reminds her Crawl staff of an
Quill and Scroll
A long time ago Quill and Scroll was active at N.H.S. Then something happened and it re-
mained inactive for many years. Three years ago, however, it was again organized under the chapter
name, NM. A. Bodahl Chapter." To become a member of this international society a student must
be either a junior or seniorg have written at least 200 inches of material which has been published
in a newspaper, have served a year on the yearbook staff or business staff of the newspaper,
or a publications staff. Each year Quill and Scroll gives creative writing awards to students in
all classes who deserve recognition for outstanding work.
Mrs. Grace Jordon, author of Home Below Hollis Canyon, and Mrs. Edna Joll, well-known
Idaho poet, were speakers at the banquet initiation held December 2. Other social events were
held during the year. This year's
l officers were President. Linda Daw-
song Vice President. Edwina Hillg and
Secretary-Treasurer, Carol Lee Fobes.
' The club is advised by Bessie Baker.
The senior publication, The Summit
has just finished its third year. The
Summit was organized from the two
comprehensive English IV classes to
publish a collection of the best literary
works of the senior class. Any crea-
tive writer in the senior class might
contribute material to this magazine.
However the editorial staff and the
business managers were elected from
the comprehensive classes. Funds for
the magazine were raised by after
game dances and subscription sales.
A pot-luck dinner was held in January
for discussion of material by the
staff. This year's staff were: Editors,
Don ,lohnson and Barbara Harrison,
Business Managers, Ron Dike and
Ron Hoppinsg Art Editor, Terry West-
markg and Typists, Joyce Clute and
Marilyn Pywell. Club advisor is Bessie
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The debate club under the direction of Mr. Mathews, studies the pro's and con's of important
issues. Melissa Egbert, Karen Liljenquist, Karen Allen and Carol Shaver, head the club as
President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer, r6Sp6CtiVely.
This year Nampals debaters participated in many tournaments, winning 2nd place at the
tournament at Rexburg and 2nd place at College of Idaho. ln the girls' Senior division at
BJC, Nampa girl debaters took lst 'plaga At the world7s largest Invitational Debate Tourn-
ament at Weber College in Ogden, Utah, the Nampa girls' team, Melissa Egbert and Karen
Liljenquist took 2nd place.
N .F .L.
The National Forensic League is a national honor society of debate students and those who
excel in dramatic speaking. Members join the club on a basis of earned points determined
by the number of wins and losses in debate tournaments and placing in oratorical and
This year members took part in tournaments at College of Idaho in Caldwell, Idaho, Idaho
State College in Pocatello, and Weber College in Ogden, Utah. Officers for 759 are Presi-
dent, Melissa Egbertg Vice President, Karen Liljenquistg Secretary, Karen Alleng Treasurer,
Carol Shaverg and advisor, Mr. Leo Mathews.
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One of the high honors a student at Nampa High can receive is to be accepted into Service Club. Only sopho-
mores who have good grades and have shown the qualities of dependability and the ability to do assigned work
are chosen hy the club advisors, Mr. and Mrs. Cruse. Each year the members' duties take them to the school
games and other school functions where they sell and collect tickets and perform other jobs as necessary.
A banquet was held January 28 and in the late spring the club went on an outing into the hills.
Officers are: President, Dennis Knowltong Vice President, Ron Hoppinsg and Secretary, Ann Kellogg.
Another of the highest honors that a student of Nampa High School can receive is to be accepted into Honor
Society Students are accepted into this organization upon the basis of scholarship, leadership, character, and
service to the school
lhcse students are selected only during the junior and senior years in high school. Only the top 1578 of each
clas IN chosen the top five per cent during the last of the junior year and the remaining 10729 at the beginning
of tha senior year A highlight of each club year is the initiation of new members.
The club officers first sennster were President, Jim Weckerg Vice President, Barbara Birketg Secretary, Joanna
Maur Treasurer JoAnn 9heff1eld qccond semester officers were: President, Don Johnsong Vice President, Harold
Lupton Stcrrtary Sandra ford, Treasurer, Sherrel Walker, and Manager of the coat check stand, Robin Rus-
tll The advisor is Miss Mina Conrad
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Brandishing initiation paddles high the 'cexalted Blu-N membersv began the season of activities at the expense of the
'clowly initiatesfi The Blu-N holds two initiations annually which generally lets in some 15 to 20 members at each initiation.
The club was organized in 1903 back in the misty beginnings of "Old Nampa High." Since that time. the club has been
affiliated with the other schools in the conference. Today Blu-N is closely controlled by a code of standards set down by
the SIC conference. ,
High points of the year are the initiations and a traditional members quail feed and pheasant feed banquet. These are
set off periodically by parties for members and guests and by an annual football jamboree. Chief engineers of the
activities are Bon Bike. President: Roger Nelson. Vice Presidentg and Bill Potter. Secretary-Treasurer.
Requirements for membership are a letter in any school sport and energy to get through the initiation.
Due to the fine efforts of the Spizettes, Nampa High enjoyed a variety of marches during half time entertainment
at basketball games during the past season. For the most part, the girls Worked out their own routines. Much credit
is due the members of this group for the many hours they spent in practicing routines early in the mornings, from
7:30 until school convened. previous to a performance.
The eye catching outfits of the Spizettes are black corduroy with long sleeves, and short circular skirts accented with
full red net crinolines. red pixie. soft soled slippers, and red gloves.
Leading the group were Barbara Harrison, Presidentg Dottie Pitman, Vice Presidentg Glenys Johnston. Secretaryg
Karen Brandt. Music Director: and Ardis Minna, Advisor.
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An International Cirlsl organization open to all girls in Nampa lligh is Y-Teens.
sponsored hy the Aflult organization Y.W'.C.A. The Clulfs purpose is for memln-rs
to grow in Christian fellowship.
ln the way of aetivities. Y-Teens sponsor:-rl a liig sister clay in lhe fall. to help ilu-
sophomore girls hecome better acquaintefl at Nalnpa High. Cluli mf-mlwrs also helrl
a Senior Farewell Banquet in the spring. and cleeoratefl a Christmas tree at Christmas
Many of the girls attenflecl the Mifl-Wiiitf-1' Conference at the C. of I. in ,lanuarv fil.
The cluh is lecl hy President, Claretta Cash: Vice President. Sharon l-lower: Treas-
urer, Norma Dennic: Secretary. Samlee Ford: Historian. ,lerilyn Burlingname: and
Sergeant-at-Arms. Lavonne Tiegs. The eluli aflvisor is lVlrs. Mowery.
Creating and promoting high standards of Christian character in the home and community
is the active concern of the Hi-Y. Organized as an auxiliary of the Y.lVl.C.A., the Hi-Y co-sponsors
the liaster and Thanksgiving assemblies and donates Christmas trees to the school. Filling the
positions of club officers are: President. Tom Zechmang Vice President, Milton Browng and Sec-
retary. Armond Roherts. lVlr. Tan Pederson acts as cluh advisor.
The Explorers Cluh at Nampa Senior High School is limited to twenty members. The new
memliers pop and sell popcorn at all sports events at NHS. By contributing part of their carn-
ings to the student liody and by supporting the athletic events, the hoys, during the past year,
upheld the clulfs purpose uto better the school, both financially and spirituallyf' The remainder of
the clubs earnings paid for a spring hanquel. and several trips including one to ldaho City to
gather Christmas trees.
The climax of the year will he the proposed five day outing to take place as soon as school
The Explorer Cluh activities have lieen headed lly J0l1I1 COVCYI. PreSidellt1 Eddy Doom, Vice
President: and Gene Dunn. Secretary-Treasuren MT. R0y R0lJ6rISOn is faculty advisor.
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To ls-urn aluvut ilu- OItll4lI'llll'IlllPS in lr-zivliiiigx. to i'lllliVill1' tlu- qiiulitiv- e-ff:-nlizil fur gumrl tc-au'lu-rs. tw study
ziri- tlu' gmals of ilu- Futura T1-zulu-rs
au- iiitm-iw-su-ml in ts-au-liing and who
an lllwliillilllftll of affix-f-rs, visits ln
of his or he-r Clumics- fur lialf Ll day
anywllvrf- -in tlu- Nampa Public' Srluml Systr-in. Offil-1-rs this yi-ai' we-uf P1'f'ilClt'I1l. Jam-t D434-km-rg Vice- Preeialt-m,
ROM- Warn- Walilstruni: S1-r-rt-taiy, Kathy Crc-f-ng Trmfuu-i', Judy Birkc-tg lilirarian. Larry Edgc-runi: :md His-
Tlu- Nznnpa fllmptf-r of l'Til,A is llIl4lPl' tlu- SI54tIlh4tTFlIlI1 ul NFA. Fllllltitl llusino-ss I.:-rule-rs of Ainf-rival waS
0l""ill1llt'll fuur yi-aw ago. The- clulr strivf-9 tn ill-vc-lop liusiiu-sg li-adm-rsliip and fnfti-r f-0-mpc-ratimi in llu- luvnu-
Tlu- FBLA l'llll'2 llu- evlioul Stuff- in ClHQ4l'0fIl1l Building Nm, l us at part nf tlu- liufinf-ss training uf its nu-nilu-rs.
This yr-ar ilu- prucc-cfli of un ziftr-i'-ganu- dzuuw- HIt1lIlrfII'l'1l liy tlu- Vlulr we-rv clmiate-rl to tlu- pulilic-alums. Pulwlisli-
ing tlu- sr-luifvl tvlciplimu- iliri-4-tm'y was anutllf-r srrviw- nf tlu- l'llllUl'1' llusiiu-ss I.:-Lulf-i's of ,AtNi'Ti4'2l.
Tlu- Annual Spring Ranqul-t liigliligliu-fl tlu- fun ui-tivitiv-N ul tlu- Qfttlllt, Offifw-rs of tht- vluli arm- lJI'l'Sllll'lll,
Uarldinu N4-lwiig Vim- Pre-fidt-nt. fluruliiu- H4-nde-isnn: 91-vu-tary. lnif Vliilli-nts: :ind Tru-asiirt-r. xvillllil Adkins.
To foster and promote the study of a foreign language and an interest in the country of that
language. is the purpose of the Foreign Language Society. 'livery first and third Tuesday eaeh
month the group listened to speakers who had trax eled in foreign countries.
Avtivitit-s this yt-ar included an initiation. a lnanquet. and an Zllnlbl'-gillllt' dance. 'lliis yearis
offir-ers were President. Paula Flisherg Vice President. l,aVonne Tiegs: Seeretary. Carol Lee Folios:
Treasurer. Eugenie Newton: Sergeant-at-Arms. Alan Bevington: Exeeutive Counvil: Fl'Sllf'll. Janet
Morris and Bonnie Tiegs: Latin. Sandy Bell and Marolane Yellen: Spanish. Judy Fuller and
Sheila Moon. Advisor is Miss lfyelyn Hagelin.
To aequaint girls. who are interested in the nursing profession, is the purpose of the Future
Nurses Assoeiation. This organization was started last year and is part of a National program
sponsored hy the lVledi1'al Auxiliary. Activities for this year included an initiation and installation
of officers. The lll9ltllTf'I'S must work at least two hours every week in the hospital. They wear
spevially made aprons during their work. Officers this year were President. Ann Kellog: Viee
President. Marilyn Pywellq Seeretary, Shirley Jamison: and Point Keeper. Sharon Bosley. The
advisor is Mrs. Helen Langworthy.
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The purposes of FHA are: to promote a growing appreciation of the joys and satisfaction
of homemaking. to promote international good will and to further interest in home economics.
Outstanding activities of the chapter this year included a picnie and recognition serviee for
the new memhers. a car wash and candy sale. Harvest Ball. and a senior hanquet. The cluh
made favors for the patients at the Mercy and Samaritan Hospitals on Valentines and St.
Palrickls Day, For memljership in the Qluli a girl lllllSl have IHCCII ellrolletl in home eColl01tliCS
at least one semester.
The girls can earn various degrees. which include the Junior Uegree. Chapter Degree. and
the State Degree. The chapter helongs to the District. State, and National organizations.
This year Peggy Roper was elected President and Vicki Fuekenga was elected Secretary
of the District lll convention held at Emmett.
The officers this year are Carolyn Hurst. President: Roherta Civens. Vice President: Peggy
Roper. Secretaryg Judy lVIasingill. Treasurer: Vicki Fuekenga. Historian: and Kay Masingill.
Parliamentarian. Mrs. Wlrytle Keck and Mrs. Ann Hunt are chapter advisors.
Nampa Chapter of the Future Farmers of America. founded in 1930, holds the distinction
of being the fourth chapter to he chartered in the state of Idaho. FFA eo-sponsors the anmlal
Harvest Ball and holds an annual hanquet. The cluh liuilt the fireplace and planted trees on
the high school campus.
Members of FFA strive to develop aggressive rural and agricultural leadership and to cre-
ate inlcrest in litlfllllllfl. Cluh officers are: Harold Lupton. Presidentg Kenny Schmitt. Vice
President: Roh Ferguson. Secretaryg and Clyde Fillmore, Treasurer. Chapter advisor is Seth
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The Girls Athletic Association is for sports minded girls in Nampa High. This club gives
girls a chance to participate in games, learn sportsmanship. and develop physical and mental
On the evening of the second Tuesday of every month the members participate in a play
night in the PE. building. On February 111. the Nampa club was host to an invitational
volleyball tournament here in Nampa. Money earned by the club throughout the year is do-
nated to some worthy cause on campus. Officers of CAA were: President, Linda ,lacobseng
Vice President, Marolane Yelleng and Secretary. LaVonne Tiegs. Club advisor is Miss Barbara
The advancement of standards of excellence in dramatic arts is one of the high goals which
Tliespians strive to attain. This club is open to all students interested in drama and play
production and who are enrolled in those classes.
Members of the club are chosen through their participation in the Dramatic Arts.
During the course of the year Thespians sponsor one or two full length plays and the annual
Thespian Variety Show. The play this year was HA Man Called Peter" presented in the Springg
the theme of the Variety show was Blue Hawaii.
Thespians are encouraged to enroll in the play production class and many of the club's
activities are carried out in this class. Club officers are President. Don Johnsong Vice Presi-
dent, Eleanor Cooke: Treasurer, Judy Masingillg and Historian, Florence Brandt. Faculty ad-
visor is -Mrs. Elva Reid.
Decorating the bulletin boards, serving students with a smile, and arranging the
display in the lobby show case. are only a few of the duties of Nampa High's Li-
brarians. This active group of girls is also responsible for library services such as
checking out books. registering fines. and repairing damaged books. Joanna Maier
serves the club as president this year. The annual librarian banquet was held February
16, at the Round-Up-Room of the Harmony Cafe. Miss Flossie Stark, head librarian, was
the honored guest at the banquet.
M ovie Operators
The Annual banquet in February
highlights the yearls activities of the
Members of the Audio-Visual-Aids
class. under the direction of Miss Flossie
Stark. learn to operate movie projects,
tape recorders and film strip projectors.
One credit is given 'for the services per-
formed during the year.
The hobby group, this year, is perhaps one of the most unusual organizations in
senior high. It has a membership of seventy-two with thirty-five different hobbies re-
corded. The main purpose of the group is to have each member help other members
in his particular hobby every time the opportunity arises.
The hobby club slogan is, 6'l'll help you and you help men and many have given
as well as received help this year. The club has many enthusiastic hobbiests. This
group has grown out of the drawing classes and Mr. lVIcNichols is the sponsor.
This group of students, the fire mar-
shals, is in charge of all the fire drills
at Nampa High, and the marshals see
to it that the school has at least one
required fire drill a month.
One of the jobs of the Student Body
Vice President of Nampa High is presid-
ing as President of the Student Fire
Marshals. Buzz McMillan has filled this
office for the past year. Secretary of the
fire marshals, Georgia Turritin, was
elected by the rest of the members, Paul
Kaye, Caryn Snyder, Bill Hart, and Bob
Each year a contest is held among the
Nampa schools in fire drill procedure.
A prize is given for the winning school.
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To promote Industrial art in Nampa High the Industrial Arts Club was first organized in
1057. Leading the group this year are: Gene Davenport, President: Robert Smith, Vice Presidentg
Arnold Wallace, Secretaryg and Floyd Kuhn, Treasurer. Assisting these officers is the club ad-
visor, Mr. Rupert.
The final Thursday of every month meetings are held at which members can be found Work-
ing on their projects in the shop building. Industrial Arts Club is open to all students interested
in the various phases of wood plastics, and metal working.
Have you seen the reserved parking signs here at Nampa High? Well, here is the club re-
sponsible for them. In addition to these signs, this year the machinists club made plaques for
the Kiwanis Club and a bronze Nampa High School sign for the campus. Working with these
various projects, the machinists learned more about how a machinist works with special tools.
Only boys in machine shop can belong to this club. The leaders this year are: President, Larry
Kudebehg Vice President, Verle Wolfe, and Secretary, Bill Mansur. The club advisor is Mr.
l rispin-il is-1 ' . L.
Future Engineers ee! To promote added interest for the application
dents in the matters of guidance and choosing of
Engineers Club of Nampa High.
This club was organized in the fall of 1956
the state or national level. Any junior or senior
At each regular meeting a speaker is brought in, a field trip is taken. or a film is shown.
One out of town trip is planned each year. The professional advisor is Mr. Sumner Johnson, head
of the engineering department of the city, and faculty advisor is Mr. Lubiens. Officers are'
President. Robert Johnsg Vice President, Corder Campbell: and Secretary-Treasurer, Bruce
of science and mathematics and to help stu-
their lifels work is the purpose of the Future
on a local basis. It is not affiliated on either
enrolled in science or mathematics is eligible
With big plans for the future, the Science Club of NHS is fast becoming one of the most
active clubs on Campus. Field trips, experiments. and special projects highlight the activities of
Dr. Ford of NNC was one of the special speakers this year.
Goals of the club are to increase skill and understanding of students in the fields of science.
Officers of Science Club are President, Bob Henryg Vice President, Robin Russelg and Secre-
tary-Treasurer, Gene Pilcher. Mr. Brandt serves as advisor for this club.
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organized in 1957. To be a member of this club one must be a member of the distributive edu-
cation class, have some aspect of business as his career objective. and have a job in a retail
Deca students spend only a part of the day in school. The remainder is spent on-the-job. The
main duty of the DECA students is to run the Kennel. All proceeds from Kennel sales go into
the student body fund.
The main social activities are in the fall: the installation of officers, to which the employers
and parents are invitedg a Christmas party after Working hours, and an employer-employee ban-
quet which is the highlight of the year.
The officers of this year,s Deca are President, A. J. Kelloggg Vice President, Fred Yates,
Secretary-Treasurer, Carol Raug Photographer, Donna Rutherford: and Historian, Earlden Grant.
Club advisor is Elmer Bittleston,
Under the able direction of Mr. Lyle Lubiens the Key Club develops citizenship and service
to the school and community. The regular meetings were highlighted by visits from outstanding
members of the community. Also the members were regularly invited to attend Kiwanis meet-
ings. Among the projects carried out were mounting the black movie curtains, care of the
trophies. and designing the school flag. The officers this year were President, Corder Campbellg
Vice President, Gene Pilcherg Secretary, Robert Johns, and Treasurer, Charles Tyler.
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Gzrls and Boys State
At Boise last January l5, the Amer-
ican Legion's Girls' and Boys, State
committee gave selected Idaho students
a chance to promote leadership and
government organizations. Students
who went to the convention were
chosen because of their high scholas-
tic and personal achievements.
Gem Boys' State was held on the
Boise Junior College campus, and
Syringa Girls, State was held in Cald-
well at the College of Idaho. Both
sessions were held the full week of
June 8 to 14-.
Men students who attended for
Nampa were Mel Hochhalter, Corder
Campbell, Jim Metcalf, John Bishop,
Gene Pilcher, Bob Johns, Elias Alvar-
ado, Carl Hamilton, and Ron Hoppins.
Attending Girls' State were Chris-
tine Lynch, Deanna Duffy, Ann Kel-
logg, and Mary Beth Horton.
Men and Women
One of the more popular and practical
student organizations which has swept the
country is the formation of Associated
Menls and Women's Student Bodies. The
new concept, coming down from college
level, is the formation of leagues which
would serve as pep clubs in whichhfevery-
one could enjoy membership. The federa-
tion would then be a society of students
who would support the school in such
activities as football, basketball, drama,
Here in Nampa this year, the association
elected Representatives who sat in student
council as an advisory, or committee, sta-
tus. Rather than take time in the student
council on such matters as game conduct
or student honesty, the council turned
these matters over to the association
Membership in this association was M'
placed on an automatic membership basis.
The charter members under the guidance of Mr. Steck and Mrs. Cruse were sure that the association did not
detract from standing clubs or the governing functions of the student council.
The association's objectives are twofold: 1. To sponsor school sportsmanship and to encourage students to
attend such school activities as basketball, football, plays, and concerts. 2. Each student should place himself on
an honor code. The honor code lets each student guide his own actions. If he should infringe on others it
is the duty of those around him or her to remind them of their school obligation.
Meetings are arranged on the basis of need. To head the planning over these meetings in both menls and
women's leagues were officers chosen by their class. Presidents from each class were to act as the organization
leaders when the entire men's or womerfs
f .-i.i V- -V - league meet. Heading the womenis league
are: President, Deanna Duffy: Senior
Representatives, Linda Grant and Melissa
Egbertq Vice President, Donna Fletcher:
Junior Representatives, Jerelyn Burlingame
and Marolane Yelleng Secretary, Kay Ru-
pert, Sophomore Representatives. lean
Terry and Lynn Pate. The leaders of
the men's league are: President, Bill Man-
surg Senior Representatives, Steve Treas-
urer and Dennis Aldredgeg Vice President,
Dale Russellg Junior Representatives, Dale
Nordstrom and Fred Bergemang and Sec-
retary, Jim Furushiro: Sophomore Repre-
sentatives, Bill Shaw and John Hayes.
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This yearls basketball team has honored the two girls pictured above as attendants to the first Basketball Queen
crowned at Nampa High School. They were crowned at the Basketball Jamboree held March 10, 1959, by Ron Dike
and Roger Nelson, co-captains of the basketball team.
Homecoming and Football Royalty
Pictured at the top of the opposite page, left to right, are Christine Lynch and Glenda Foote. Both girls were elected
as Homecoming and Football Princesses when Inez Gabica was elected Homecoming Queen and Football Queen. They
were crowned at the Homecoming Dance held October 10, at Lincoln Gymnasium, and at the Football Jamboree held
September 30, at the Pix Theater. Homecoming Attendants pictured at the bottom of the opposite page are, seated:
Georgia Turrittin, Barbara Harrison, Linda Pfeiffer, Martina Gerritsen, and Betty Clegg. Standing: Deanna Duffy and
The annual Sweetheart Ball was held February 7, at Lincoln Gymnasium. Mike Thompson and Carol Lee Fobes were
crowned Sweetheart King and Queen. Karen Brandt and Darryl Warwick f below, leftl and Judy Pilant and Dennis
Aldredge fbelow, rightl were crowned as attendants.
Pictured above are Roberta Givens and Harold Lupton. Roberta
is Vice President of FHA, and Harold is President of FFA.
Reigning as attendants at the annual Harvest Ball sponsored by
the FHA and FFA were Carolyn Hurst and Clyde Fillmore, Evelyn
Williams and Roger Ellis, and Roberta Givens and Harold Lupton.
The dance was held November 21 in the Lincoln gym. The theme
was "Autumn Leaves," with cornstalks and pumpkins sewing as
Linda Burchfield sang the theme song, Marolane Yellen and Bonnie
Tiegs did a dance routine, and Carol Sue Carson played a piano
solo for the floor show. Dance music was furnished by Skeets
Peebles and his orchestra.
Carolyn Hurst, FHA President, and Clyde Fillmore, FFA Treasurer,
are pictured above as Harvest Ball Attendants.
At the left we have Evelyn Williams and Roger Ellis. Evelyn was
chairman of the Harvest Ball, and Roger is an active member of
The Sage dance was held October 3, 1958, in the
gymnasium after the Nampa-Twin Falls football game.
Sage brush, a trellis, and an old wooden wheel provided
Gayle Nihart and Terry Nordstrom were crowned
King and Queen by Linda Pfeiffer and Linda Jacobsen.
Gayle was also presented with a bouquet of red roses.
Attendants were Ron Dike, Marilyn Killian, Karen Brandt
and Darryl Warwick.
Skeets Peebles and his orchestra provided the dance
Pictured at the right are Sage Attendants Ron Dike and Marilyn
Killian. Ron was a co-captain of this year's football and basketball
teams and Marilyn was an active member of "A" Choir and Spiz.
Green Years Attendants
Many sophomores, their dates and special guests
danced to the music of Skeets Peebles and his orchestra
at the annual Green Years Dance held April 11, at the
gymnasium. John Hayes arid Connie Luekenga were
crowned Green Years King and' Queen. Attendants
crowned were ,lean Terry, Bill Shaw, Kathie Hostetler,
and Bruce Garrison.
At the left are Green Years Attendants Kathie Hostetler and Bruce
Garrison. Kathie is Sophomore Class Secretary and Bruce is
Sophomore Class President.
Bill Shaw and Jean Terry are pictured below as Green Years
Attendants. Bill and Jean are both officers of the Associated Men
and Women Students.
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