Twin Falls High School - Coyote Yearbook (Twin Falls, ID)
- Class of 1938
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N this annual is the history of the ideals,
achievements, and the school life of 197-
38 . . . Its theme is trees . . . May the
memories of school days, which We hope
it will help to keep alive, be as refreshing
and as beautiful as its theme.
THE COYOTE STAFF
The Students of
Twin Falls High School
Twin Falls, Idaho
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if -- U Dedication
At different stages in our lives enter certain people who
will always remain in our memories as outstanding examples
of true friendship and helpfulness. We have had in our midst
one of those unusual men, whose every move-small or large-
is for the interest of us, Who have been fortunate to have him
as a leader. And so in dedicating this annual these thoughts
enter the mind, and it is with sincere appreciation that we
dedicate this annual to our true friend-H. D. Hechtner.
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Trees, I bow my head to you
As the rain-wet flowers do.
Here I stand in verdant grass
Where the tender breezes pass,
Witness of your majesty
While the sun is warm on me.
I am standingg you have stood
Ages, ever staunch and sureg
I am always insecure.
In your arms the tired birds nestg
I can find no place to rest.
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MYRIAM SIEBER 3
HOWARD D. HECHTNER
Princiyau-1, B. S.
ROSE M. NORTH
Decm of Girlsg B. A., M. A.
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R. V. JONES
Couchg Ilflrmual Arts
Supt. of Schools X
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JAGLQ4 T. BAINBRIDGE
LOYn E. THOMPSON
W. J. KENN
B. A., M. . '
PEARL L. ISIKEAN
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VE'LVA . WATT
N3Sk?j:l'etary to Principal
DOROTHY C. CALL
JOHN D. FLATT
FLORENCE M. REES
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J. V. BRIGGS
MARY C. GILLESPIE
JAMES E. TOMLIN
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MERCEDES J. PAUL
4 EVA M. DUNAGAN
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, HENRY C. POWERS
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DALE J. WAKEM
B. A., M. S.
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Everyone knows the purpose, aims, and accomplish-
ments of the Student Council, the legislative branch of the
school. We do wish to say, however, that the group who
ruled the school this year are probably as good a bunch of
legislators as ever walked any legislative halls.
Advised by Mr. Hechtner and presided over by Ed
Benoit, the Council this year took care of eligibility, wel-
fare, and the Student Activity fund very competently,
besides working out many projects for the benefit of the
LeRoy Hughes as central banker and Dale Wakern as
faculty manager of athletics should be given much credit
for the efficient way in which they handled the school funds.
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H. D. HECHTNER RAY MILLS VIRGINIA KERLIN
Adviser Senior President Senior Secretary
DOROTHY M. SMITH
J nnior President
MARY FRANCES BATES
HELEN MINIER RAY MILLS i GERALD WALLACE
Adviser Plresident Adviser
Am' TRANMER VIRGINIA KERLIN FRANK CARPENTER
Rcprese11.ta.tive Secretary Rep1'esentat'i've
The class of '38 entered high school with a record to live up to. The
preceding bearers of the colors of purple and white were outstanding.
In the freshman year the class started on its career with Roland
Hutchinson as president. That year they startled the school by tying With
the seniors for first place in a pep stunt. Unusual representation was had
by this class in debate and dramatics. The athletic ability was beginning
to show itself also. I
Roland Hutchinson was elected president the sophomore year. Again
we won first place in a pep stunt. The class had two of the yell leaders,
two basketball lettermen, and one track letterman. The debating and
dramatic ability was strengthened, and the class was second only to the
seniors for the citizenship cup.
Ed Benoit was elected junior president. That year We had a large
number of football players, and completely monopolized the basketball
and debate teams. The same year we Won both of the pep stunts besides
interclass basketball, softball, debate, and track.
The president for the senior year was Ray Mills. We again find in
the football, basketball, and debate teams a majority of the class. We
won inter-class debate and the only pep stunt of the year, making a total
of five victories out of seven stunts. The class led in scholarship for the
year, and members were outstanding in the dramatic field. The year was
climaxed by the winning of the citizenship cup.
The class of '38, the last ever to don the famed colors of purple and
white has thus left tothe school an outstanding record of achievement.
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WILLIS HELMS "Willie"
Slide Rule club 3
VIRGINIA WADDELL "Jinny"
G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4: Home EC. Club 2, 3, 4
ROBERT WILSON "Bob"
French Club 3, 4: Slide Rule Club 3
Beta Sigma 3: "New Fires"
G. R. l, 2: Spanish Club 2: Glee Club
2: Thespian 3, 4: "Road to Yesterday"
Bruin Staff 2, 3, 4: Coyote Staff 3, 4:
Quill and Scroll 3, 4
OLETA DAVIS "Dopey"
Boise 1, 2
PAUL WRIGIIT "Wimpy"
Grand Rapids, Mich., 1, 2: Music Club
3: Debate 3, 4
ELNORA HELMS "Jack"
Commercial Club 2, 3, 4: Music Club
3, 4: G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4.
CARMEN DEWITT "Corky"
G. R. 3, 4: Music Club 3: Orchestra
Albion, Nebraska 1, 2
Thespian 3, 4: G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin
Club 2: Commercial Club 3, 4: "New
Fires," "Death Takes a Hcliday": Quill
and Scroll 4: Beta Sigma 4
ERNEST OSTROM "Red"
Science Club 1, 2: Latin 2: Boise 3: Quill and Scroll 4
JULIA SHEPERD "Judy"
Spanish Club 1, 2, 3: Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4:
Operetta 4: G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4: Bruin
RONALD MULLINS "Romney"
Spanish Club 2, 3: Orchestra 4
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G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2: ta
Sigma. 3: "New Fires": Bruin aff
3: Quill and Scroll 3, 4
M. L. LEWIS JR. "Bud"
Commercial Club 4
ARGIE WEAVER "ToOts"
' Casper, Wyoming 1, 2: Glee Club 2:
J G. R. 4: Home Economics 4
0 A BARNETT "Barni'e"
Hastings, Neb. 1: Latin Club 2: Com.
Club 3: Slide Rule Club 3
RUTH REED "Pinkie"
G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: G. R. 3, 4: Com.
Club 3: Spanish Club 2, 3
BILL WILSON "Willy"
Slide Rule Club: Orchestra
PRISCILLA PRUNTY "Pat"
Elko, Nev. 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3:
Band 1, 2, 3: G. R. 1, 2, 3
Commercial 2, 3
PRISCILLA GIPSON "Pussy"
Beta Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4: Thespian 3, 4:
French Club 3: Latin Club 2: G. R. 3:
Commercial Club 3: "New Fires"
WILLIAM TAYLOR "Bill"
Latin Club 2 Pep Band 3
Home Economics 4: Spanish Club 2
D1-:E AINSWORTH "Weaselpuss
Spanish Club 2: Wrestling 3
MILDRLD KINDER "Millie"
A 41 G. R. 2, isuslmbali
Commercial Club 4: Pep Band 2, 3
MARY LOU KIRKMAN
Home Economics 4: Beta Sigma 9
ALMA BRINKPRHOFF A
Slidc Rule. Club 3: Comme:-rcinl Club 4 Q ! RJIW
MYRIAM SEIBER UVM'
Dakota, Illinois I . GosheQI Indiana 3
JIMMIE FENWICK "Fen"
Caldwell 1 2
l 1 2 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4:
Mu'-in. Club 3 4: Thcspinn 2, 3: "The
Road to Yo-itcrdny," "The Nautical
Ln Junta, Colo. 1, 2: Quill and Scroll
5 4: Bruin Stuff ,K
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RDELLA MCCLAIN "Della
French Club 2, 3: Music Club
Commercial Club 4: G. R. 1 2 3
JEANNE LYNES "JG21I1le,'
ench Club 2, 3: G. R. 1. 2, 3, 4:
Commcrmal Club 4 : Beta Sigma 2
NORMAN LYDA "Norm"
NAOMI KIRKMAN "Na"
Beta Sigma 2, 3, 4: Commercial Club
3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3
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Pep Band 3 4: Slide Rule Club 3
ARDITH FLINN "Poe"
G. R. 1, 2, 4: Latin Club
BERT TOLBERT "Prof"
Thcspian 4: French Club 2 3 Lacm
Club 2: Beta Sigma 2, 3 4 Suencc
Club 3, 4: Dcbufe 1, 2, 3 4 Cus
Stuff 3, 4: "Death Takes a Holidiy
Quill and Scroll 4
R 4 : Bruin Stuff 4 : Beta
ixrmn Latin Club 2, B: Quill and
'Fhespian 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: Com
merciul Club 4: Stage Mana:-:er 4
Science Club 2, 3: "Gypsy Rover,'
"Death Takes a Holiday"
MARGARET GEE "Gee"
Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Commercial Club
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Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4
LEWIS C GUTTERY
HIY 4 Commercial Club 3, 4
CLARADELE CALDWELL "Jake"
Wheaton, Illinois 1: Reno, Nevada 2
Irluho Falls, lduho 3
WORDEN C. MILLS "Ward
Bliss 1: Commercial Club 3 4 HiY
4: Bruin Club 4: Basketball 3
Football 3, 4
RICHARD HARDER "Dick"
LUCILLE TINKER "Tmky"
R. 1. 2, 3, 4: Beta Sigma 2, 3, 4:
French Club 3, 4: Latin Club 2:
Science Club 4: Commercial Club 3, 4:
Coyote Staff 4: "New Fires"
Student Council 1, 2, 3: Beta Sigma
2, 3, 4: Thespian 2, 3, 4: Slide Rule
Club 3: Latin Club 2: Debate 2, 3:
"Officer GGG," "Road to Yesterday,"
"New Fires," "Embryolop:y"
THEORA BELLE BURNS "Pepper"
G. R. 1. 2, 3. 4: Latin Club 2: French
Club 3, 4: Beta Sigma 2, 3, 4: Cum-
mercial Club 3
Burley 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4:
MAE PARKER "Parker"
Buhl 1, 2: G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4: Commercial
Club 3, 4: Home Economics
BOB SUTCLIFF "But"
Latin Club 2: Slide Rule Club 32
Commercial Club 3, 4: Hi-Y
Music Club 4: Basketball 1: Girls'
Sextette 2, 3
RICHARD E. MORRIS "Dick"
Pep Band 3, 4: Spanish Club 2:
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3
DOROTHY STRAIN "Dot"
G. R. 1, 2. 3. 4: Bruin Staff 3, 4:
ARMOUR ANDERSON "Army"
Latin Club 2: Science Club 1, 2:
Student Council 4: Commercial Club
2, 3: Thespian 3: Hi-Y 3, 4: Beta
Sigma 4: Slide Rule Club 3: Debate
3, 4: "New Fires," "Taming: of the
Shrew," "Road to Yesterday," "Death
Takes a Holiday"
MARJORIE HALPIN "Marj"
Beta Sigma 2, 3: French Club 2, 3:
G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4
RAYMOND MILLS HRELYH
Latin Club 2, 3: Thespian 3, 4: Bruin Club 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4:
Football 3, 4: Student Council 4: "New Fires," "Death Takes a
Beta Sigma 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2: French Club 3, 4: Com-
mercial Club 3, 4: G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: B. B.
1, 2, 3: Coyote Staff 4
Thespian 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Debate 4: Beta Sigma 3, 4:
Commercial Club 4: Bruin Editor 4: "New Fires," "Taming
of the Shrew": Quill and Scroll 4: Coyote 4: Boxing! 3
BILLY MAE WHITE
Coyote Staff 4: French Club 2, 3, 4:
Thespian 3, 4: Com. Club 3: Science
Club 3: G. R. 1, 2. 3. 4: "New Fires,"
"Death Takes a Holiday"
""l"'l"!l"'4"l BILL ADAMS
MARGARET LowE "Margie"
Commercial 3, 4: G. R.
DONALD HARDER "Don"
Beta Sigma 3: Commercial Club 4
GRACE WELLS "Gracie"
G. R. 2, 3: Commercial 3, 4
JAMES PRIEBE "Tim"
Slide Rule Club 3: Beta Sigma 1, 3, 4:
Commercial 4: Latin 2
LILLIAN ROBERTS "Bunny"
Hazelbon 1: G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4: 'Thespian
3, 4: Beta Sigma 4: Home Ee. 41
"New Fires," "The Critic"
A' N MARVIN MAYO "Slick"
'QT' -1 Spanish Club 2, 3
, 5 BETTY EMERICK
X X G. R, 1: Beta Sigma 4: Spanish Club 3
Spanish Club 2: Quill and Scroll 4:
Music Club 3, 4: Bruin Staff: "Gypsy
Rover," "Nautical Knot"
G. R. 2: Commercial Club 3
BOB MAGEL "Robin"
French 1, 2, 3: Commercial Club 4
Beta Sigma 2. 3, 4: G. R. 1, 2, 3. 4:
Cummerciul Club 3, 4: Spanish Club
2, 8, 4
VVAYNE TURNER "Spike"
Bruin Club 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y
4: Cum. Club 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4:
Spanish Club 2, 3: Boxing 3
Com. Club 3, 4: G. R. 1: G. A. A. 3, 4:
"New Fires," "Death Takes a Holiday"
KENNETH KEIM Kenny" ,
Home lac. 4, Beta Sigma 4, Elgin,
North Dakota 1, 2. 3
DOROTHY EBERHARDT .
WAYNE ANNIS "Hon"
Com. Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3:
Beta Sigma 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3. 4:
Bruin Club: Debate 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y
ROSEMARY SINCLAIR Rose"
Com. Club 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4:
Beta Sigma: Student Council: G. R.
EDWARD L. BENOIT "Ed"
Student Council 2, 3, 4: Yell Leader
2, 3, 4: Beta Sigma 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4:
Latin Club 2: Thespinn 3, 4: Debate
1, 2, 3, 4: "New Fires," "Death Takes
a Holiday," "Taming: of the Shrew"
Thuxian 3 4' G R 1 2 4' Com.
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Club 3: "The Road to Yesterday"
Spanish Club 1, 2, 3: Commercial 4
JANE WYLIE "Speed"
G. A. A. 3, 4: lietu Sigma 3: Home
Ec. 4: Cum. Club 3, 4: G. R. 2, 3, 4
Football 2, 3, 4: Bruin Club 3, 4
Commercial Club 3, 4: Boxing 4
Thespiun 3, 4: French Club 1, 2. 3, 4:
Music Club 3: Com. Club 3: G. R. 1, 2,
3: "New Fires," "Death Takes a
LEE O'MALLEY "Leo"
French Club 4: Science Club 3, 4:
Music Club 4: "Gypsy Rover," "Naut-
MAXINE Doss "Max"
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3
4: Student Council 3, 4: Com. Club 3
4: G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4: Alpha Chapter 3
4: Coyote Staff 3
ALICE IRISH "Ginger-ale"
Music Club 1, 2: G. R. 1, 2: Beta
Sigma 4: "Taming of the Shrew"
French Club 3: Slide Rule Club 3
Senior Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4
VIRGINIA KERLIN "Ginger"
Beta Sixrmu 2. 3, 4: Latin Club 2:
G. A. A. 3, 4: G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4: Music
Club 3, 4: Thespinn 3. 4: Student
Council 1, 2, 3, 4: Com. Club 4: "Gypsy
Rover," "New Fires," "Nautical Knot,"
"Taming of the Shrew"
Thcspiun 3, 4: G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4: Com
Club 3, 4: Latin Club 2: "New Fires'
BERNIS MORSE "Bernie"
Commercial Club 3, 4: Pep Band
MARJORIE SPENCER "Mar-j"
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Boys' Glee Club 1, 2: Mixed Chorus 1,
2: Beta Sigma 3, 4: Hi-Y 2
G. R. 1. 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3: Beta
Siszma 2: Commercial 4
ART FRANTZ "Frenchy"
Bruin Club 4: French Club 2, 3: Pep
Band 2, 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Music Club
4: "The Critic," "Taming of the
G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4: Com. Club 3, 4:
French Club 3
Science Club 4
Com. Club 3: G. A. A. 3, 4: Home
Ee. 2, 3, 4
JAMES GRIFFITH "Jim"
ENID RICHARDS "En1e"
Thespian 3, 4: Bruin Staff 4: Com.
Club 3, 4: French Club 1, 2, 3. 4: G. R.
1, 2: Girls' Glee Club 2: "Road to
Yesterday," "Death Takes a Holiday"
JEANNE DEVERE ROBINSON
Yell Leader 2, 3, 4: G. R. Student
Council 3, 4: French Club 1, 2, 3:
Com. Club 3, 4: "Taming of the
Shrew," "Road to Yesterday," "Gypsy
Rover": Music Club: Debate 3: Bruin
Staff 4: Thespian Club 3, 4: Quill and
Mariposa, Calif. 1: Boise, Idaho 2:
Merced, Calif. 3
TERESA GREENE "Terry"
G. R. I
GEORGE HONSTEIN "Baron"
LEOTA LIERMAN .f '
Hazelton 1: Home Ee. 4 1' 1
LELAND PERRY "Perry"f ,Lf -
j Chapman, Kansas 1: S016 ce Club 4 5
A 'FRANCIS M. LANG UFFRHU
-f ' G. R. 1: Beta Sigma 2: Quill and
JXP Scroll 3, 4
GILBERT MCRILL HGH?"
Bruin Club 4: Wrestling 3: Football 1,
MARIE SEARS "Seal-sie"
G. R. 3: Commercial Club 3, 4
WILLIS HAMILTON "Dodge Kid"
Commercial Club 4
JOHN WATERS ':Johnny"
Chorus 3: French Club 2, 3: Beta
Sigma 2: Basketball 3, 4: Football
Latin Club 2: G. R. 4: Science Club
4: Home Ec. 3, 4
Bow Sisrmu 2, 3. -1: Slide Rule Club
3: Commercinl Club -l: Sciemre Club .1
LADEAN HARRIS -
Hume Ee. 3,
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Idaho 1. 2: Ilurley'3:
4 G R 3 4
Slide Rule Club 3: Spanish Club 3
LOREAN HAIN1-ss "Reine
G. R. 1, 2
, 3, 4: Pep Band 2
REX ORcII'1"r "Re-Pete"
BARBARA MINNICK "Imp"
Spunish Club 1. 2, 3: Beta Silzlna 2:
G. R. 1, 2,
3, 4: Alpha Chapter 3, 4:
:r": Cum. Club 3: "New
RUSSELL ORcU'r'r "Rusty"
Home Ee. 3
I I A I 3 4
CAROL ROBERTSON "Jerry"
G. R. 1. 2, 3, fi
LLOYD F. KUYKENDALL "Kyke" X ,
Pep Band 2. 3. 4: Spanish Club 2, 3:
In I'. A. I, 2, 3, 4
HELEN MOFFETT "Penny"
Cum. Club 3, 4: Music Club 3: Spanish
Club 3: "Gypsy Rover", Enterprise.
Orelzon 1, 2
LEE RUE HOLLMAN "R
WILSON ANDERSON "Stuck-up"
Latin club 2, 3: Pep Band 3, 4
DORIS MCDONALD "Do1-ie"
TOM ALLEN "Elmer"
Wrestling 2, 3, 4
G. R. 1, 3, 4: French Club 1, 2, 3:
Commercial Club 3
NOIiA KRAGER "Mickey"
French Club 2. 3: G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4:
Hume' Eu. 3
Betn Sigma 1: French Club 1: Hi-Y
4: Slide Rule Club 3
HAZEL MAIIONE "Mickey"
HAROLD READ "Shorty"
Spanish 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4
G. R. 1. 2. 4: Home Ee. 1: Spanish 2. 3
ANGELINE PEAVEY "Ann"
Orchestra 1, 2: G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Science
Club 4: Commercial Club 3, 4: Bruin Staff 1, 3. 4: Coyote
Staff 4: Alpha Chapter 3, 4: Thespian 3, 4: Quill and Scroll
3. 4: Beta Sigma 2, 3, 4: Music Club 3: "New Fires"
ASHER B. WILSON
Beta Sigma 2, 3 4: Thespian 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Debate
Student Council 3, 4: Pep Band: "Big Hearted Herbert,"
Road to Yesterday," "The Taming of the Shrew"
G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: G. R. 1, 4: Commercial Club 3, 4: Latin Club 2
FRANK CARPENTER "Carp"
Hi-Y 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Commercial
Club 3, 4: Bruin Club 2, 3, 4: French Club 4: Thespiun 3, 4:
Student Council 4: "New Fires," "Death Takes a Holiday"
ALICE REED "Pug"
G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4: Commercial Club 3, 4: Home Ec.
EDWIN C. WOODS "Bunny"
Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Beta Sigma 2: Music Club 2, 3: Coyote
Staff 4: Commercial Club 3, 4
RUTH SCHWENDIMAN "Swendy"
G. R. 1, 2: French Club 1, 2: Beta Sigma 3: Coyote Staff 3, 4
CHARLES LARSEN "Chuck"
Latin Club 2: French Club 3. 4: Thespian 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4:
Footabll 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4: "New Fires," "Death Takes
GLORIA MAE WEST
G. R. 1, 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Thespian 3,
4: Beta Sigma 3: "New Fires": Marlborough School 2
Pep Band 2, 3, 4: Beta Sigma 2, 3, 4:
Latin Club 2: Slide Rule Club 3
G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4: Com. 2, 3, 4: Music
2, 3, 4: Beta Sigma 3
LAVAIN BARNETT "Vain"
French Club 1, 2: Beta Sigma 1, 2, 4:
Commercial Club 3
School Electrician: Thespian 4: Stage
RUTHE ROBERTS "Ruthie"
Spanish 2: Pep Band 3, 4: Wrestling 2
MELVINA MCNEELY "Vina"
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4
HALBERT MILLER "Hal"
Beta Sigma 3, 4: Slide Rule Club 3:
Spanish 3, 4: "Death Takes a Holiday"
LEONARD FIELDS "Prof"
Bruin Staff 3, 4: Coyote Staff 4:
Spanish Club 2
LESTER HINTZ "Les"
French Club 3
DOUGLAS NELSON "Willy"
Beta Sigma 2: Slide Rule Club 3
EDWIN BECK "Ed"
Alberta, Canada 1, 2, 3: Beta Sigma 4
ART TRANMER "Butch"
Student Council 4: Bruin Club 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4:
Football 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Hi-Y 4: Commercial Club 3:
NELLIE MAE MCBRIDE "Nell"
G. R. 1, 2: Music Club 3: Commercial Club 3: Thespian 3. 4:
Snunish Club 2: "Fire Prince," "The Road to Yesterday," "New
Fires," "Death Takes a Holiday"
lletn Sigma 3, 4: Slide Rule Club 3: Thespian 3, 4: Commercial
Cfub 3. 4: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3: Debate 4: "New Fires," "The
Tnmimr of the Shrew," "Death Takes a Holiday"
MAR.l0llIE RAYL "Marj"
Home Ee. 2' G. R
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KENNE'PH.RAYBURN "Kenny" QV
Commercial Club 3
WANDA EATON "Lonnie"
G. R. 1. 2. 3, 4: Alpha Chapter 3:
Home Ec. 3: Music Club 3
DUANE MORRisON "Wayne"
ELINOR ALLDRITT "Peanuts"
Spearfish, South Dakota 1, 2, 3
RAY PUTZXER "Putz"
Bruin 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Student
Council 1: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basket-
ball 1. 2: Commercial Club 3
Slide Rule Club: Latin Club
PAUL W. LEIGHTON "Paully"
Theupinn 3. 4: Slide Rule Club 2: Beta
Sigma 2: Latin Club 2: Football 3:
Truck 1, 2. 3, 4: "The Taming of ihe
Shrew," "New Fires," "The Road to
Yesterday," "Death Takes a Holiday"
Salmon, Idaho 1, 2, 3
Seniors Whose Pictures Do Not Appear
WARREN ADAMSON "Corp"
Great Falls. Montana 1, 2
WENDELL ALMQUIST "Swede"
Com. Club 3, 4: 'Bruin Club
Football 2, 3: Basketball 3, 4
SI-IERWOOD NICEWONGER "NiCG"
Reeder, N. Dak. 1, 2: Bruin Club 3, 4:
Hi-Y 3, 4: Football 3, 4: Basketball 3
DORIS ANDREWS "Baby Face"
G. A. A. 2. 3. 4: Thespian 3, 4: Com.
Club 8, 4: Spanish Club'2: "New Fires"
PATRICIA RILE "Pat"
Home Ee. 2, 3: Music Club 2: Spanish
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Slide Rule Club 3: Beta Sigma 2:
Bruin Staff 4: "Big Hearted Herbert,"
CHARLES BREWER "Chick"
RICHARD REYNOLDS "Dick"
Hi-Y 3, 4: Com. Club 3, 4: Thesnian
3, 4: French Club 3: "The Critic,"
"Death Takes a Holiday"
WILEURT ROY "Bud"
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RUTH GIBSON "Amy"
KATHERINE HOOVER "Kitty"
G. R. 1, 2, 3: French Club 2, 3
Bruin Club 3, 4: Football 1, 2,
Boxing 1, 2
SADIE HUETHER "Sade',
BLAINE HYDE "Rusty"
Home Ec. 4
LOWELL KUYKENDALL "Kyke"
Bruin Club 3, 4: Football 3, 4:
1, 2, 3, 4: Commercial Club 3: At
Manager 3, 4
VIRGINIA KE RLIN-
Five hundred students can't be
wrong "' brunette, vocalist, out-
standing leader in all school activ-
ities if Studious, has highest schol-
astic standing in senior class and
possesses a quiet but charming
personality 'B Her dignity and
grace remind us of a queen 1'
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This blond, brown-eyed, versatile
debater, yell king, and student-
body president has a leadership
ability rarely seen in a high school
student 9' Has twinkliest eyes in
school 'I' Likes chop-suey and danc-
ing K' Full of fun and wit yet seri-
ous enough to be a consistent all A
student and is an all around swell
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RAY MILLS-Typical Boy
School's champion hello'er if can
say hello to more people going
down one hall than any six
people "' Vocalist 'f Two years let-
terman in football 'F also senior
class president and active in all
school activities il' Likes milkshakes
and has an affinity for Anne it
Five-feet six inches of man-but
more than that-a gentleman it
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Brunette, vivacious, three years
a yell queen if Active in all school
events and has a finger in every
pie gt Dramatist, journalist, and
musician 'l' Talented in poetry-
both reading and writing 'k Her
enchanting smile and personality,
her manners and activities stamp
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JAMES HAWLEY DOROTHY M. SMITH DEAN BROWN
President Secretary Representative
KATHLEEN PovEY THELMA TOLLEFSON
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In the fall of 1936 we were launched on our high school career with
Dean Brown at the helm. We had very smooth sailing the first year.
After capturing honors, not only in curricular activities but in scholar-
ship, we sailed on into the next great sea.
In our sophomore year we distinguished ourselves as athletes, having
two players on the varsity football team and winning the interclass
basketball. Jim Hawley took command of this year and sailed on to new
and greater achievements.
Sailing through the gates we approach these new achievements. An
outstanding performance was reached in the junior class play, "A Mystery
In The Library." With two juniors, Loretta Belle Lopez and Virgil Tel-
ford, taking the leading roles in the contest play, "Ile," we proved our-
selves dramatists by ranking first in the State Declamation contest.
We sailed on with flying colors in athletics, placing a junior on the
all state football team, one on the all state basketball second team and
winning the interclass baseball and basketball. Dean Brown was a yell
leader, lending distinction to the class in this respect. With Jim Hawley
still at the helm, we sail on to our last year to carry out the plans of all
REBA FERN HARTLEY
BETTY JEAN WAIJLS
EDNA JEAN SHUMAKE
J ACK MADLAND
DOROTHY MARGARET SMITH
LORETTA BELLE LOPEZ
RITA MAE SALMON
BERT SWEET ,Q-QBMAFQ +55
JOYCE PIERGE.. 'ff-if
MARY JANE WRIGHT
EUGENIA ELDER -
BETTY LOU PAINTER
VIRGINIA ANN CHASE
ESTI-IER. ROM METVEDT
WALTER CON NER
BETTY JEAN HAFER
MARY JANE WRIGHT
Juniors Whose Pictures Do Not Appear
BETTY LOU CARDWELL
J IMMIE DAVIS
MARY E. WRIGHT
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CORA JENSEN HERBERT LARSEN MARY FRANCES BATES GEORGE DAvIsoN
Adwiscv' President Secretary Representatwe
We members of the sophomore class have thrown off our
green coats of last year and have come through with a very
successful year. We have taken an active part in all the school
affairs and have achieved high honors in scholarship, citizen-
ship, and athletics. We are proud to be acknowledged as sopho-
mores and feel safe to say that our record for the coming year
will be even better than our present.
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Mary Frances Bates
Lou Ella Cobb
Phoebe Jane Frantz
Betty Jane Glantz
Shirley Mae Hartruft
Della Mae Horejs
Betty Rae Harvey
Betty J aynes
Virgil Jean Knight
Jo Billy Moorehouse
Margaret Van Engelen
Bette June Wells
Page Forty one
J. C. Smith
J. C. Williams
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JACK THRELKELD HAROLD FISHER ALBERT BENOIT DONALD TOOLSON
Representative Adviser Secretary President
The freshman class, bewildered and confused, entered the
halls of senior high school in September. In May we look back
over a successful year and feel far wiser, anticipating three
more years of outstanding endeavor in T. F. H. S.
The freshmen have been well represented in all activities
open to them. There has been a high percentage of represent-
atives in track, football, basketball, soft-ball, honor rolls, band,
and orchestra. Several times the freshmen led the list of
honor roll students. The class prepared a stunt which, al-
though it did not win, showed the audience that there really
was a freshman class.
Miss Jean Sweeley and Mr. Harold Fisher deserve much
credit for their able sponsorship.
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Jo Anne Ankeny
Violet Mae Bell
Alice Mae Bertie
Verna Lou Bowman
Adda Mae Bracken
Dora Gene Durbin
Mary Lou Gilb
Anna Ruth Goodding
Betty Jane Hennefer
Leona Rae Hughes
Mary Lou Diffendarfer Judy Jones
Nelda Mary Lawson
Betty Ruth Luke
Alice Mae Murray
Laura Ann Seaton
Mary Sue Secord
Mary Jean Shipman
Betty Louise Smith
Clara Louise Smith
J. C. Holste
Joe Bill Robertson
Page Forty four
Ofzganizafions ana acfivifies
Page Forty-se n
T. W. I. N. football and basketball teams Hit 'ern high and
hit 'em low as was urged by the student body cheers, led by
Ed Benoit, yell king, and his dukes, Jeanne Robinson, Dean
Brown, and Harry Benoit. Blue White really did fight under
this tonic and ended up with a record that shouldn't cause any
Bruin Growls. In cooperation with the pep band, songs and
stunts were introduced which livened the games greatly-so,
as a close for a most lively year, let's give 15 for the yell squad!
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BACK Row, left to right-Dewey Gibb, guardg Charles Larsen, tackleg Bob Hamp-
ton, halfbackg Don Anderson, tackle, Don Cryder, centerg Bill Folsom, center, Lowell
Kuykendall, end, Lloyd Hardesty, tackle, Bob Patton, fullback, Charles Thomas,
halfbackg John Waters, manager.
I CENTER-Max Croft, halfbackg Clayton Toler, guard, Wayne Smith, end, Emmett
Gibb, end, Wayne Turner, center, Worden Mills, endg Gilbert McRill, guard.
FRONT-Ira Cartney, end, Myron Dossett, quarterbackg Ray Mills, guardg Cap-
tain Frank Carpenter, halfbackg Art Tranmer, quarterback, Bob Goodnight, tackle,
Hank Powers, coach.
The Bruin football team had a very successful year, winning five games, tying
one, and losing one. It opened the season with a 6-0 victory over Gooding, then re-
ceive dits only setback of the year at the hands of the Boise Braves, who won 19 to 6.
The Bruins came back to crush a fighting Jerome team 19-13 and the next week took
Buhl into camp with a score of 7-0. They then went to Caldwell where, led by Art
Tranmer, they came back with another 7 to 0 victory. A strong band of Oakley
Hornets the next week held them to an 0-0 tie, but the Bruins, paced by Captain
Frank Carpenter, redeemed themselves by handing a 32-0 defeat to Filer. The team
played the last game with Idaho Falls, but it did not count, as Idaho Falls was de-
The work of this year's line was the most outstanding seen in this school for
many years, and two linemen, Emmett Gibb and Bob Goodnight, were named on the
This bunch of huskies
Front 'row-Eldon Biggerstaff,
guardg Clyde House, centerg Char-
les Thomas, halfbackg H. Malone,
halfbackg Warren Wiley, guard,
Herbert Larsen, endg C. Malone,
Second 'row - Jim Molyneux,
endg Bob Peck, tackleg Douglas
Smith, tackle, Rex Wells, end.
Third 'row-Brice Evans, half-
backg Mac Johnston, guard, Ken-
neth Ballantyne, end, John Baisch,
tackle, Gordon Gardner, fullbackg
George Davison, quarterback, Don
Anderson, tackle, Dewey Gibb,
Not in the picture are Bill Fol-
som, centerg Dale Waite, fullback,
Bob Hampton, halfbackg and Jack
CUB FOOTBALL TEAM
makes the outlook for future Bruin football teams very
By much cheek puffing, lung expansion, and work, this
Senior Band tooted, pounded, and blew their way into first
place in the Burley Music Festival. At first we were doubtful
about the musical talent of some. However, "Doctor" Bain-
bridge soon cured the ills and ailments of all the instruments,
turning their heart rendering groans and screeches into "swell
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Left to right, standing-Bill Peters, John Waters, Don Cryder, Dale Waite, Ray Wells, Ira Cartney.
Sztting-Coach Jones, Wendell Almquist,Wayne Turner, Art Tranmer, Maurice Hartruft,Bill Folsom.
With five lettermen, Art Tranmer, Wendell Almquist, John Waters, Wayne Turner, and Maurice
Hartruft returning, the outlook for a winning team was bright. Under the tutorship of R. V. Jones
the team was built up until at the time of the district tournament they were one of the favorites. In
the tournament the Bruins came out as co-champions, with Maurice Hartruft on the first all-tourna-
ment team and Art Tranmer on the second.
At the State Tournament the team ggflwgll
got to the finals in the consolation Twin pans Caldxell
bracket. Even though they were de- Twin Falls Oakley
feated, they gained a name as a group 3552511
of clean, sportsmanllke fellows, and Twin Falls pile, ,
Maurlce Hartruft was named on the Twin Falls Rupert
second All-State team. The excellent ganna'
showing for the season is found by Twin Falls Jerome
looking at the following scores: TWU' Falls Wendell
Twin Falls Burley
Twin Falls Rupert
v Twin Falls Jerome
Twin Falls Buhl .
Twin Falls Oakley
Twin Falls Gooding
Twin Falls Filer .
Twin Falls Gooding
Total . Total
With their record showing fifteen
wins to only one loss, these young
basketball stars proved themselves to
be the best freshman-sophomore
team in Southern Idaho. We expect
great things from them the next two
Left to right, front 'row-Herbert
Larsen, Brice Evans, George Davi-
son, Douglas Smith, Garth Bates,
John Flatt, coach.
Second row-Milo Pearson, Bob
Jenkins, Don Toolson, Pat Wallace,
Third 'row-Ellis Stettler, Richard
Randall, J. C. Holste.
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Left to right, standing -
Bernard Martyn, Orville
Tetz, Francis Sloan.
Sitting, front row - Ray
Putzier, Bob Goodnight.
Back 'row-Lewis Guttery,
Glass CZ Do-'nut feague champions
After a winter of romping up and down the old gymnasium every week
night making the bask-O-lites flash with some very strange and miraculous
shots, after the last whistle was blown and the last floorburn tenderly
cared for, it was announced that the Gang Busters were the champions of
the upper bracket of the Do-nut league.
Glass K Glzampions
Equally as rough and tough were the Basketeers who came out on
the top in the class B scramible. The man who braved many a tirade from
losing basketballers to come down each night to see that no one was
seriously hurt and to whom should go credit for the way in which the
Do-nut league was run is Bernard Martyn.
tler, George Ioset.
ertson, Ed Personette.
Sitting, 'right - Bobby
Blandford, Alton Sept.
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Bernard Martyn, J. C.
Holste, Gene Hull, Ellis Stet-
Sitting, left-Joe Bill Rob-
MARGARET GEE . .
MAXINE Doss . .
Lois HAYDEN .
BETTY BRINEGAR . .
HELEN GEE . .
Q. Q. a.
"Will you ankle home with me tonight?" asks Bud, the
boy-friend. "Not on your life-it's G. A. A. meeting at 3 :15 1"
In spite of being called "down" while selling candy at
basketball games, these girls have really Won our hearts by
their "extra-special peanuts and candy." Then, too, they
always furnish a lot of fun during initiation.
One of their most worth-while achievements was the spon-
sorship of a "Big Play Day" to which eleven schools sent
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A bunch of tooters and drummers swing into peppy harmony when
Harley B. Smith shakes his stick at them. Led by Hugh Joslyn and drum
majored by Bert Sweet, they exhibited new marches and set toes to twitch-
ing with "Swing" pieces such as Tiger Rag, China Boy, and Darktown
Proudly displaying dark blue outfits, the Pep band entertained Junior-
Senior P. T. A., radio audiences, put new pep into basketball games, and
proved themselves one of the best pep-bands in the state-a real credit to
MARGARET GEE .... Lois HAYDEN
MAXINE Doss . . . MARGARET L0wE
MILDICED KINDER MELVINA MCNEELY
ALICE REED ...... JANE WILEY
DALE WAKEM ........ Coach:
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MERCICDES J. PAUL RUTH SCHWENDIMAN BERT TOLBERT FAYE SLUYTER.
Spovzsm' Editor Business Zllcmage-r Ass-istcm-it Editor
Beginning a new year with a new sponsor and facing a
lagging student-body it looked to the Coyote staff as if there
would be no annual this year. However, under the high pres-
sure salesmanship of salesmen led by Paul Henson, a Coyote
was soon made possible.
To the local business men who so willingly contributed to
itg to the new sponsor, Mrs. Paulg to Bert Tolbert for his ef-
ficient business rnanagershipg and to those others who stayed
long after regular school work was done each night to work on
it, goes the credit for the success of this annual.
Assistant Photo Editor
BILLY MAE WHITE
Assistant Snapshot Editor
Assistant Art Editor
Assistant Art Editor
LORETTA BELLE LOPEZ
MARY FRANCES BATES
LEONA RAE HUGHES
Boys' Athletic Reporter
Girls' Athletic Reporter
MARY E. WRIGHT
ANN PEAVEY LUCILLE TINKER
FRANCES LANG I CAROLINE DUDLEY
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the Bruin staff doggedly
other Bruin together. -
Hear the music UQ ringing through the halls? That's just
but gayly going around the semi-circular table putting an-
year put out eighteen papers just this way, winning an ALL
the highest honor that can be given to a high school paper,
besides proving themselves to be the most talented group in school by their singing,
big appling, contemporary art work, and their dramatizing.
The staff during the
American Honor Rating,
Jean Harvey , . .
Ann Peavey . . .
Mary E. Wright .
Jean Jones . . .
Jeanne Robinson .
Jean Jones . . .
Frances Lang .
Harry Smith . .
Howard Phibba . .
Caroline Dudley .
Leonard Fields . .
Merle Orchard .
Verne Bunn . .
Enid Richards .
Virginia Chase .
Dorothy Strain .
Carl Dnssett . . .
Mary Buekmaster .
Doug Brown . .
Mercedes J. Paul .
. Editor-in-Chief .
. Associate Editor .
. Managing Editor
. . . Humor
. . Features .
. Literary Editor
. . Frosh Editor
. Exchange Editor .
. . Boys' Sports . .
. Girls' Sports .
. . Headlines
. . Make-Up
. Business Manager
. . Assistant . .
. . Assistant . .
. . Mimeograph . .
. Art Editor .
. . Typists . .
. Reporters .
. Adviser .
. . Merle Orchard
. Mary E. Wright
. . Jean Jones
. . Verne Bunn
. . Billy Peters
. Jean McGavin
. . Leonard Fields
. Harley Barnhart
. . Dorothy Strain
. . Larry Ellis
. . . Carl Dossett
. Jeanne Robinson
. Harley Barnhart
. Mercedes J. Paul
Left to.Right, Standing-Asher Wilson, Bert Tolbert, Irvin Ehlers, Harry
Benoit, Wayne Annls, Theron Knight, Brice Evans, Harley Barnhart.
Sitting-Merle Orchard, Armour Anderson, Gerald Wallace, Paul Wright,
Debating on the question, "Resolved: that the several
states should adopt a unicameral system of legislation," Twin
Falls debaters had a very successful season. At mid-winter
twelve boys were chosen from the try-outs for the debate
class, any one of which by the end of the season under the
tutelage of Gerald Wallace could talk a tiger out of arraw
beefsteak or the star boarder out of the last pork chop.
The teams participated in over ninety debates with
neighboring schools, and the final negative team composed of
Merle Orchard and Armour Anderson and the affirmative
team of Ed Benoit and Paul Wright Won the district meet at
Albion by a Wide margin. They then with Mr. Wallace and
an alternate, Wayne Annis, traveled to Moscow for the state
meet Where they Won six out of ten to place third.
Throughout the year they became known for the fine
spirit in which they both won and lost.
LUCILLE TINKER ............. President
GLORIA WEST ............ Vice-President
THEORA BELLE BURNS . . . Sem'-etcwy-T1-easiwei'
MARGARET SEETHOFF ............ Sponsor
Parlez-vous francais? If you don't, you're out with le cercle francais.
Not only can they pronounce such words as hors d'oeuvre and pate de fois gras
fat least we hope they can-they should after a year of Frenchj, but they gave a
dinner at the Idaho Power Auditorium to vie with that of the best of French chefs.
Clowns and cowboys! Punch and confetti! That was the Mardi Gras, the social
highlight of the year given by the French and Spanish Clubs.
HALBERT MILLER .......... President
LORETTA BELLE LOPEZ . . . Vice-President
EARLINE MADDY . ......... Secretary
VIRGINIA ANN CHASE . . . . . Treasurer
MAXINE Doss ........ . . Reporter
KATHLEEN POVEY .......... Sponsor
No spikka English? But nevertheless they are good American citizens, these
members of the Spanish Club, for they are following the example of President Roose-
velt's good neighbor policy. That is, they are interested in the "enlightenment of
themselves concerning the civilization of Latin America," which is the aim of the
Pan-American Student League, a national organization.to which the Spanish Club
Proving that someone erred when he said Latin's a dead
language, the Latin club is keeping Caesar's land and words
alive by prying into the private lives of ancient Romans,
building themselves an ideal house of two thousand years
ago, and hobnobbing with the Olympic gods themselves at
their annual banquet.
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MARY FRANCES BATES ..... President
NELDA WAGNER ..... . . . Vice-President
JOYCE MILLER ..... ...... S ecretafry
ARLENE SMITH . . . ........ Treasurer
JOHN MILLS . . . Sergeant-at-Arms
EVA DUNAGAN . .
. . . . . Sponsor
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A fantastical and beautiful picture of "Death" was brought to the
minds of the audience during the presentation of Death Takes a Holiday
on December 9-10, by the senior class of "38."
Theron Knight, carrying the part of Death, was excellent, and Nellie
McBride and Enid Richards, co-starring in the portrayal of Grazia, con-
tributed to the beautiful production of the play. The acting, combined
with the fine directing of lVIiss Florence Rees, made it the outstanding
production of the year.
Enid Richards .
Halbert Miller .
Betty Wegener .
Paul Leighton .
Lois Hayden . .
Ray Mills . . .
Billy May White
Jean Jones . .
Bill Warner . .
Ed Benoit . . .
Nellie McBride .
Theron Knight .
Bert Tolbert . .
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CAST OF CHARACTERS
. . Cora . .
. Fedele .
. . Alta . .
. Duchess Stephanie
. Princess .
. Rhoda Fenton
. Eric Fenton
. Corrado .
. . Grazw .
. Prince Sfirki
. Nellie McBride
. Halbert Miller
. Betty Wegener
. Charles Larsen
. . Lois Hayden
. Dick Reynolds
Billy May White
. . Jean Jones
. Enid Richards
. Theron Knight
. Bert Tolbert
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Shakespearian characters were brought to life in true professional style when
the cluttered group above laughed at the public's opinion of what high school drama-
tists can do and under the expert directing of Miss Florence Rees put on a polished
production of The Taming of the Shrew.
The leads, Petruchio and Katherine, were played one night by Asher Wilson and
Jeanne Robinson and the next night by Bert Sweet and Virginia Kerlin. Those with
supporting major roles were Merle Orchard and Armour Anderson, Lucentiog Jo
Billy Morehouse, Bianca, and Virgil Telford, Babtista. Others in the cast were Ed
Benoit, Art Frantz, Paul Leighton, Cecil Jones, Faye Sluyter, Dean Brown, Theron
Knight, Alice Irish, James Priebe, Ernest Cooke, Harry Benoit, Marjorie Salisbury,
Marilyn Brizee, Loretta Belle Lopez, Gordon Garlock, Gerald McBride, Bob Wilson,
Lee O'Malley, and Bob Stradley.
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The Junior class play, Mystery in the L'ib1'a'ry, was presented by a double cast,
February 16 and 17. The play, by Helen Hines, was meant to be a thriller, and
judging from the screams of the audience, it fulfilled its purpose. It was directed by
Miss Florence Rees, assisted by Theron Knight.
Cecil Jones, Dee Heppler, Dudley Driscoll, Donis Peterson, Gerald McBride,
Imogene Davis, Anne Perrine, Margaret Bacon, Virgil Telford, Don Thometz, Bill
Goertzen, Bill Moon, Gene White, Bert Sweet, Val Toolson, Bob Stradley, and Jack
Those in the cast who are not in the picture include Irvin Ehlers, Gladys McKee,
Joe Ryan, Dean Brown, Jeanne Schwendiman, Betty Painter, Phil Thornburg, Ralph
Smith, Bob Goodnight, and Harley Barnhart.
FRANK CARPENTER . . Po-cs.
NELLIE MCBRIDE . Vice-Po-es.
RAY MILLS .... Secretary " A' T," rl Q' 1
Miss FLORENCE REBS Sponsor W X i A gb-
All the Garbos, Hepburns, Taylors, and Gables of the school, assembled under
the name of Thespians, attended a theatre party of "Snow White and the Seven
Dwarfs." They concluded the evening with a dinner at Wray's Cafe. The Thespians
also completely arranged and handled the State Speech Festival held here April 15-16.
So spontaneous is their acting that we think they really believe that "All the world's
a stage, and all the men and women merely players."
The Southern Idaho speech festival was held April 15-16. Twin Falls was repre-
sented in all events, with ratings of excellent being given to Paul Leighton, senior,
original oratoryg and Bert Sweet, junior, humorous. Harry Benoit was rated superior
in memorized oratory, while Lorean Haines in dramatics and Bert Tolbert in extem-
poraneous were rated good. The one-act play Ile under the direction of Miss Florence
Rees won first place rating for the state. Manager for the affair was Gerald Wallace,
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ki '-f, iff' From left to rights Grade school? 'F Flirting with Death W Cos-
xgl . WON tumes 4' A worker 'K Guess who 'k Looking for a man? 'f Found one "'
i yi Some sport 'F Oops-Paul, you'11 get your neck wrung it Bashful.
Wearing their fingers to the bone literally, members of the Com-
mercial club prepared to cope with the busy business world. Special
speakers were secured during the year's program to give them inside
pointers on the outside that awaits them.
WORDEN MILLS ........... President
WAYNE ANNIS . . . . Vice-President
TH1-:RON KNIGHT . . . . . Secretary
ROSEMARY SINCLAIR . . . . Tfreasurev-
MISS WILMA KEEL . . . . Sponsor
"Soft lights and sweet music" seemed to be the theme of the Hi-Y's
this year as they invited the student body to waltz' and hop with them
at their several dances. Their ushering saved many of us from embar-
rassingly getting into the Wrong seat at games, plays, and tourneys. The
crowning achievement of their busy year was the Southeastern Idaho
Older Boys' Conference, which was held here April 29-30-May 1.
DALE WAKEM AND GERALD WALLACE . . . Sponsors
FRANK CARPENTER ............. President
Bos SUTCLIFF ............. Vice-President
ED BENOIT . . ........ . . Secretary
Front row, left to 'right-Dale Wakem, Bob Suctliff, Frank Carpenter, Ed Benoit,
Second row-Wayne Annis, Armour Anderson, Graham Browne, Dick Reynolds,
Wayne Turner, Ray Putzier, Lewis Guttery, Worden Mills.
Third row-Charles Larsen, John Mills, Dudley Driscoll, Harry Benoit, Jack Pierce,
James Hawley, Bill Folsom.
Fourth row-Gene Harrington, Bob Hampton, Don Cryder, Ira Cartney, Bob Strad-
ley, Dean Brown, Joe Ryan, Herbert Larsen, Mac Johnston.
Fifth row-Bob Sahlberg, Jim Kinney, Bob Goodnight, George Davison, Art Tran-
mer, Ray Mills, Ernie Cook.
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"Jacks of all trades" are the F. F. A. boys Who can judge poultry
and livestock as well as play basketball, pitch horseshoes, and debate.
They can also identify Shelley and Caesar as well as the asclepiadaceae
and apacynaceae weeds. And they do get around! Numerous field trips
certify to that. From these field trips they learn to be better Future
MAURICE CAPPS ..... President
DEAN SANNER . . . Vice-President
IRVIN EHLERS ...... Secretary
ALLEN EDWARDS .... Treasurer
KENNETH POE ...... Reporter
ROBERT SLACK .... Watch Dog
J. V. BRIGGS . . . . . . Adviser
F. F. A. POULTRY JUDGING
Irvin Ehlers Byron Ruegseggar
CROPS AND SEEDS JUDGING
Maurice Capps Dean Sanner
F. F. A. BASKETBALL
Maurice Capps ....
Allen Edwards ....
Byron Ruegseggar . .
Dean Sanner ....
Bob Slack . . .
Gerald McBride . .
Darrel Van Tilburg .
Gerald Taylor . . .
Irvin Ehlers .....
J. V. Briggs .
MAXINE DOSS ..... President
VIRGINIA BRosE . . . V'ice-President
THEORA BELLE BURNS . . . Sccretaa-y
VIRGINIA KERLIN .... To'easzn-er
Miss BERNICE BABCOCK . . . Sponsor
Junior class Blue Trianglers proceeded to "put on the dog" for their
co-clubbers, the seniors, at a senior farewell breakfast given April 30.
The ytripped the "light fantastic" at the Co-ed dance and annual Story-
Book ball and entertained their mothers at the annual Mother-Daughter
Cries of ''Forget-me-nots-for-get-me-nots for sale" were heard as
the J. O. Y.'s sold flowers for the World War veterans. Participating in
Founders' Day, dressing dolls, and packing Christmas baskets kept them
in a constant state of joyful preparation. Little Miss Muffet, Cinderella,
Old Mother Hubbard, and Topsy were just a few of the Girl Reserves'
guests who stepped from the pages of their story books to do a graceful
waltz or some lively ,graceful truckin' at the annual Story-Book ball. For
their Mother-Daughter banquet the G. R.'s and their mothers returned
for an evening to the "Little Red School House," which was the banquet
BARBARA SUTCLIFF . . . President
SHIRLEY HUTCHINSON Vice-President
PHOEBE JANE FRANTZ . . . Secretary
MARGARET VANENGELEN . Treasurer
MISS VIOLET ADAMS . . . Sponsor'
ANNPEAVEY ...... Presideozt
Lo1zE'r'rA BELLE LOPEZ . . . Vice-Pres.
VALERIE H1-:EEE ..... Sec'y.-To-eas.
MAXINE Doss ..... Reporter
MRS. PEARL L. MCKEAN . . . Sponsor
A tea for their mothers, a swimming picnic for new members, a 4L
club for business girls-these were the projects of the Alpha Chapter
which is composed of high school girls and high school girl graduates
who have earned their Girl Reserve rings.
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The explanation, "It's just the gypsy in me," might account for the
Vagabond Day which the Frosh G. R.'s so enthusiastically sponsored in
May. At the fall conference in Burley they "went to town" by presenting
the play Mrs. Tompkins Goes to Market." At the fall All-Girls' Party
and the Co-ed dance, some of them spread their wings on the dance floor
for the first time, and with the helping hand of the J. O. Y.'s and the'
Blue Trianglers they didn't do so badly!
LOREEN FULLER .... President
BETTY BABCOCK .... Vice-Pfresidefnt
VERNA LoU BOWMAN . . Secretary
PAT SMITH ...... Treasurer
ROSE M. NORTH . . . . Sponsor
VIRGINIA WADDELL . . . President
MARY KAWAI .... Secretary
ESTHER ROMMETVEDT . . . Secretary
JANE WYLIE ..... Treasurer
Miss J UANITA SUTCLIFF . . . Sponsor
That loud explosion was not the Japanese bombing Twin Falls. It
was merely the curious Science club members finding out "what little
chemicals are made of." There is no group Cbarring the journalistsl who
are quite as curious as these scientific gadabouts who go on frequent
jaunts exploring every nook and cranny in and surrounding Twin Falls.
Sniff, sniff and yum, yum! No Wonder the Home Ec girls are so
popular-especially on the days that they make cookies and cream puffs.
Even the faculty members reserve a large spot in their hearts CID for
these girls who are so handy with the measuring cup and cooky cutters.
Because of this reputation, much of the club money is earned by cooking
and serving at banquets and dinners. It might be added that these girls
are no less handy with the needle than with the mixing bowl.
BERT TOLBERT .... President
ED BECK ..... Vice P1 eszdent
MARY KAWAI ..... T1 easurev
LORETTA BELLE LOPEZ . . Setretary
JAMES E. TOMLIN . . . Sponsor
Leaders, scholars, gentlemen falso ladiesl, and workers
constitute the membership of the honorary, Beta Sigma, prov-
ing that their four aims-leadership, scholarship, courtesy,
and service-are carried out. After a year of constructive
vocational meetings the intelligensia of the high school flung
studies to the wind and had a gala day of pleasure at Sun
GERALD WALLACE ....... Sponsor
THERON KNIGHT . . . . . President
ARMOUR ANDERSON .... Vice-President
DOROTHY M. SMITH . . . . Secretary
BERT TOLBERT . . . . Treaszcrev'
From left to rights Not Donald Budge Just a couple of suckers 'k Those oral
themes 9' Shoving off 'F And everywhere that Bert went it Quite a Strain on thin ice.
"Mi-mi-mi-mi!" chant these musical minded members of the Music club as they
attempt to "scale" to the top of the ladder of sharps and Hats. Dealing with group
activity as well as theory, they presented a Christmas assembly, gave several radio
programs, and sponsored the Pocatello a capella concert April 28. Besides this, they
just naturally "let music fiow wherever they go!"
MARY E. WRIGHT .... President
VIRGINIA KERLIN . . Vice-President
EARLINE MADDY ..... Secretary
LEE O'MALLEY ..... Treasurer
BIRDELLA MGCLAIN . Radio Chairman
HARRY SMITH . . Progrwm, Chairman
LOYD THOMPSON . . Faculty Adviser
We Wish to thank these merchants, Who, through
their cooperation, have made this
HOOSIER FURNITURE CO.
Kingsbury Drug Co.
CLOS BOOK STORE
Twin Falls Business University
Alexander Men's Clothing
F. W. WOOLWORTH
Thornetz Top and Body Works
Twin Falls Floral Co.
BURKHOLDER FURNITURE CO.
Co0k's Drive Inn
ROYAL CLEANERS AND TAILORS
O. P. Skaggs
CONSOLIDATED WAGON 8a MACH. CO.
Specialty Beauty Salon and School
PRICE HARDWARE CO.
Mountuain States Implement Co.
WILEY DRUG CO.
Dingel and Smith Seed Co.
Kinney Wholesale Co.
Twin Falls Feed and Ice
Photography of distinction-Bisbee Studio
TWIN FALLS TIMES AND NEWS
Idaho Power Co.
ROWLES MACK CO.
ID-AHO DEPARTMENT STORE
Sweet's Furniture Store
J ohnston's Jewelry Store
C. C. Anderson Co.
Covers-David J. Molloy Plant
Engraving-The Art Craft Engraving
and Electrotype Co.
Printing-Twin Falls Times and News
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