Twin Falls High School - Coyote Yearbook (Twin Falls, ID)

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Y Sformance of the less spectacular, sometimes routine, but so G ix Y 'necessary activities make our varied high school life complete. l R 'fx They are the ones who just don't make the "first string," who 3 -Q ehind the scenes, hidden from recognition by their more XA X 5 U , somehow miss the glamor of receiving a coveted "Oscar," who -lv l, Nanever hear the acclaim granted executive ability. Without them YK X our cheering lines would be silent, our halls bereft of familiar m 5: A et commonplace sounds, our classrooms strangely empty. To EF' Q. ., them, the great mass of our student body, so essential and so Ni 3 '3 3 f if Q Q often overlooked, we dedicate this 1948 Coyote. we N QF if 1 is frifsew fig ' 4 WW' fi 'ff 1 MEZZ? WWW we 'fi DP X5 E xwi X' XE iii? X iii NWUUS Wg!! O0 Administration A. VV. MORGAN Superintendent of Schools At the present time the peoples of the world are stricken with thc fear of insecurity. This feeling is the cause of many of our current ills. Your security depends, to a great extent, on the educational foundation you obtain now. Pursue your education wisely and diligently. A. VV. MORGAN, Superintendent of Schools EDNA M. MILLER Secretary to the Superintendent BOARD OF TRUSTEES A. XV. Morgan, Edgar H. Olmstead, Glynn E. Smith, Ernest E. jellison, Rev. Donald B. Black- Stonv, Frank L. Stephan, Edna M. Miller. JOHN D. FLATT High School Principal 1 The higher the tree the deeper the roots. A tall tree with surface roots is easily blown down. So it is in education. If your ideals, your segments of knowledge and your elements of wisdom run deep, you will exhibit stability against all the vicissitudes of life. VVliile in high school, dig deep. Use your minutes and days to construct a formidable personality. Then you will pierce all clouds of misunderstanding, and see the world as a hopeful place in which to live. JOHN D. FLATT. VELMA BRANDT Secretary to the Principal V ARTHUR M. KLEINKOPF Curriculum Director KENNETH E. KAIL Vive Principal-Derm of Boys Congratulations to the students of T. F. H. S. upon the completion of another successful year. I sincerely hope that every student may look back on 1947-48 with a feeling of pride in a task well done and just a touch of regret that so many pleasant associations have now become memories. KENNETH E. KAIL 4 ROSE M. NORTH Coordinator of English-Dean of Girls It is particularly important in times of shifting values that education should help the student to discover worthy goals of effort. Twin Falls High School endeavors to offer oppor- tunity for experiences which will help every student give purposeful direction to his life. The educated person realizes that knowledge is not enough. Such qualities as initiative, responsibility, self-discipline, industry, and service to the common good all go into construc- tive citizenship. In our high school we have a high percentage of worthy citizens. They are preparing to he the men and women of tomorrow which the world needs. ROSE MURRAY NORTH Faculty A7 , A A A .f f? f ' . 1 I 2 M. W ' "' ,. ' ' f XM J ff, P 5 l... x if Q f 'XSQ5 fW,f,.,L,f,. J,aM ....,.a,..,fj, pffsfwwg "3 iiwgw if 3' ' pix. x.,-fwff-1-"'I ' 1 ' 1 iQoM'W1Jd! 'yy xi LJC- --'k' f Q5+:,-c,qvfC.Tf.fL-'s'5.x.M'1f0"x 5 i R If Facult Faculty 'k,L, X W3 f 5 ftf 5 s Kmxx i LA CT' L! . J I , . .f fri, C' , ' X, - X N THFQT ,.,,., f- V VT . gy A ,vitgqh 5 Q L lp WV-s-J-f X, 45-17 4, Q gl-Y 'S . fx .X -W- m Q if STUDENT BODY OFFICERS President-jerry Kleinkopf Vice President-Bill VVatts Secretary-June Carr '1'rcusu1'er-Ida May Smith SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Pres.-Max Kirkland Sec,-Trcas.-Virginia Higgins Rep.-Hubert Hendrix Rep.-Kenneth Smith IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Pres.-Bob Stansbury SBC.-TfClIS.-LOUISE Hill Rep.-Thcda Hull SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Pres.-jack Cross Sea-Trans.-VerNalda Strong Rep.-Bill DeXVald O tudent Councll STUDENT COUNCIL EXECUTIVF COMMIVIEE Eligibility-Joyce Swurtley Citizenship-Betty johnson Social-Joyce Yvliitoheud Assemblies-Dave Gray Boys, Afhlefim-'1'oxn Bncklin GIRLS' LEAGUE PRESIDENT Evclyn Dean BOY'S CLUB PRESIDENT Bob Long PEP CLUB PRESIDENT Doris W'eaver ADVISORS john D. Flzltt-Principal Kenneth E. Kail-Dean of Boys Rose M. North-Dean of Girls A. Ray Fike-Central Banker Student Body Officers Pr! Yi 10111 - - - Jerry Klcinkopf V1ce Prcsidcrzf - - - Bill NV.1tts S r t 1 ----- 11 Cz LL 1, a ll 1 ne lrr T easurc - - Ida May Sn th P1 11111 - - john D. Fl ltt The First Student Colu't Gf Twin Falls High School 'S' XXX YK fa X96 Cox' Classes , . M.. A, Senior Class "And now is the hour when we must say good-byef, Yes, here we are at the crossroads. Our happy days in high school are over, and the great unknown lies before us. Our achievements this past year have been worthwhile. Both stunt assemblies were won by the seniors, and We also produced a very entertaining assembly. Members of our class have been prominent in the activities of the Girls, League and the Boys' Club. As presidents of those organizations, Evelyn Dean and Bob Long have been capable executives. We are justly proud of the records made by jerry Kleinkopf, Student Body Presidentg Bill lvatts, Student Court Chief justice, and Max Kirkland, Senior Class Presidnt. Through the years we shall recall with continuing happiness our high school days. Officers President ---------- Max Kirkland Secretary-Treasurer - - Virginia Higgins Representative - - - Hubert Hendrix Representative - - - - - Kenneth Smith Sponsors - - - Miss Bernice Babcock Miss Helen Minier DEAN ALBEE Transfer frnm Caledonia, Minnesota F.F.A. 4 Ambition-Farmer. BONNE LAYOINNE ALLEE "Bminie,' Coyote Staff 45 Girls' League Standing Chainnan 45 Bruin Staff 45 Orchestra 2-3-45 Thespiuns 3-45 Pep Club 45 Ski Club 45 Quill and Scroll 45 "A Highland Fling" 25 "Berkeley Square" S5 "Blitbe Spirit" 35 "Cnme Over to Our House" 35 "Dun't Take My Penny" 45 "Little VVOmen" 4. Ambition-To Teach. CHESTER HARRY ALLEN "Chet" Transfer fmm Helena. Montana. Amhitimi-Artist, HOWVARD ALLSOP "Little XVuiuen" 4. BETTY AMOS "Fish" Transfer from Port Orr.-lmrcl, xvllSl1ll'ljIl0ll Thuspian 4: Pep Club 4: National Forensic League :31 "Berkeley Square" 35 "Blithe Spiritn 35 "Come Over tu Our House" 35 "Dnn't Take My Penny" 4: "Little NVQ- -IHPITH 4. Ambition-X-ray Technician BETTY ANDERSON "Bc'i.9,' A Cappella Choir 2. AmIrilinn-Bacteriuluizist. BARBARA ANDREXVS "Andis" F.H.A. -2-35 "Little XVnmen" 4. Amlnron-Equestrienne and Dranmtist. DONALD CHARLES ARRINCTON "Donnie l7.F.A. Class x'll't'-Pl'l'Slill'lll 25 F.l".A. 2-3-45 Football 2-S-4. Ambition-Farmer. RICHARD H. BAILEY "Dick" Bruin Club 3-45 Ski Club 3-45 Ski Club President 35 Manager Football 2-35 Basket- lxnll 2: Track 2. AIYIIJIIIIPYI-1-Il Manufacture Skis. l YI MARY VIRGINIA BAILEY Transfer from Hollister, Idaho. "Ginic" Pep Club 45 "Don't Take My Penny" 4. A111IJlfl0llYAL'K'0lIl1fllllf i S 5 'E '5- Y J! iw nf' IRL BARTLETT jr. "Halliburton" Ambition -Carpenter. ROBERT BENOIT Basketball 35 Ski Club 4. .KBOIJU rr . ,, Jackie Pep Club 2-3-45 Ski Club 45 Coyote Staff 2-3-45 Girls' League Standing Chaimxan 35 Thespian 3-45 The-spian President 45 '4Berkeley Square" 35 "Blithe Spirit" 35 "Come Over to Our House" 35 "Little IACQUELINE BEYMER VVun1en" 4. JOYCE A. BILLINCTON -4101, A Cappella Choir 2-3-45 F.H.A. 45 Pep Club 4. Ambitizm-Nurse. KENNETH RAYMOND BISHOP "Ken" Rifle Club 4 . Amhilion-lklechanical Engineer. BILLIE JANE BOCKWITZ "Bil" Ski Club 35 Pep Club 45 Tbespian 45 "Berkeley Square" 35 "Blithe Spirit" 35 "Come Over to Our House" 35 "Little XNomen" 45 "Don't Take My Penny" 4. Ambition-Designer. ELXVIN BOGAR Music 25 Pep Club 2-3. Ambition-Pharmacist. EVELYN GENEVIEVE BOHRN "Ebby Eoien F.ll.A. 2-3-4. Am Izitimi-Seeretawy. LEONA RUTH CAMPBELL 'KLUUU F.H.A. 2-3-4. K AmI1iIion-Houscwitu. ARNOLD CARLSON "Arnie,' Band 25 Pop Band 25 Pepsi-Cola Suliolar- ship Finalist 4. Ambition-Clu-mical Rvscarcli. JUNE CARR Band 2-53-45 O1'c'lu'st1'a 3-45 Pep Club 45 Girls' L4-'agua' Standing Chairman 3: Stu- dent Body Sc'i're'tary 45 Student Council -15 Music Lvttvr Ambition-Musician. COLLEEN CARTER Pop Club 3-45 Ski Club 3-45 Tlwspian 3-4: Vim--Pre-sidvnt Tlwspiaus 45 "Bc'rkvl0y Squarif' 3: "Come Over to Our Huusci' 35 "Don,t Tnki- My Penny" 45 "Littlv XVOHI- vu" 45 "Oscar" for "Little VVonu-n." Ambition-Radio Script Vllriter. MARVIN G. CENTERS "Marv" Baud 3-4: F.F.A. 2-3-45 Vice-Prvsidvnt F.F.A. -15 F.F,A. Basketball 35 State VVin- ner F.F.A. Public Spi-aking Coutvst 35 "Little NVolue-n" 4. Ambition -Veterinarian . CEORGINE CIIAMPLIN "George Band 2-S--lg Pup Club 45 Girls' League Standing Chairman 3. Aml:i!ion-Si-an-tar5'. TED N. CHENEY Band 2-3. Ambitirmv-Business ltlanzulifr. DARLEEN BETH CHRISTIAN IKClll'lS',, F.H.A. 3-45 Sccwtzlry F.H.A. 4. BETTY IEANINE CHRISTOPHERSON Transfer from Cooding, ldabo. A Cappella Choir :3. Ambition-Typist. DARLENE JUNE BORAH "Darrel" F.H.A. 2-3-45 Girls' Chorus 2. Ambition-Swsretary. MAURINE BOREN "Mor0n,' Pep Club 45 A Cappella Choir 2-3-45 Girls' Lcaguf- Standing Chairman 2-45 "Come Uvcr to Ou House" 3. Ambition-Music Teacher. CHARLES BOWYER, jr. "junior" Pep Club 25 Bmin Club 45 Football 25 Baskvtball Manager 2-3-4. MARGARET BROCKETT SHIRL JAMES BROVVN "jim" Varsity Ski Team 4. Ambition-Skivr. PAULINE LILY BROWN "Polly, A Cappella Cboir 2-3-45 Music Lotter 35 "Como Over to Our House 3. Ambition-Musician. THOMAS CULYER BUCRLIN T. C. Football 2-3-45 Track 2-3-45 Basketball 25 Baskm-tball Manager 3-45 Bruin Club 2-3-45 P1't'SlLlt'l'lf of Bruin Club 45 Student Council Executive Committee 4. Aiubition-Football Coach. STANLEY BURCNIAN "Shin" l".F.A. 2-3-4. Amlzifion-Meclianiu. ELAINE CALLEN HCIIUGHH Pop Club -15 Ski Club 3: C.A.A. 2-3-45 G.A.A. Li-ttm' -lg Girls, League Standing Chainnan 53. .-tmlmilfon-Own zu Dress Shop. LUCINDA LOIS COLYER "Cindy" Girls' Chorus 25 Secretary-Treasurer Girls' Chorus 2. Ambition-Housewife. JAMES CONDIE "jim" Band 2-3-45 Orchestra 2-3-45 Pep Band 2-3-45 Pep Club 2. GAY DELORES CONNER "Gay Dee" Orchestra 2-3-4. Ambition -Celloist. EUGENE COOPER "Coop" Football 2-45 Basketball 2-I3-45 Track 2-35 Bniin Club 2-3-45 Vice-President Bmin Club 45 All-State Big Six Fuutbal Team 4. Ambition-College. AINNETTE COUBERLY "Collin" Pep Club 2-3-45 Coyote Staff 35 Ski Club 3-45 Treasurer Ski Club 45 Secretary- Treasurer Junior Class 35 Student Council 35 Girls' League Standing Chairman 4. Ambition-Fashion Illustrator. BEVERLY CROVVLEY "Bee" Pep Club 3-45 Viee-President Pep Club 35 Cheerleader 45 G.A.A. 2-35 Ski Club 3-45 Girls' League Standing Chainnan 35 Thes- pian 45 "Come Over to Our House" 35 "Don't Take My Penny" 45 "Little Wo- men" 45 "Oscars" for "Come Over to Our House" and "Little VVomen." Ambition-Bacteriology. JACK CUBIT "jackson" Basketball 3-45 Baseball 3-4. Ambition-Fish and Wildlife Service. BARBARA LEE CYPHER "Robin" Girls' League Standing Chairman 2. Ambition-Good Skier. VIRGINIA M. DAHLQUIST "Ginger" Pep Club 3-45 "Come Over to Our House" :35 Girls' League Standing Chainnan 2. Ambition-Geology or Photography. l JACK DALTON Ainbitiun-Professional Skier. JAMES RUSSELL DANNER "Jun" Bniin Club 2-3-45 Track Manager 2-3-45 Football 2-3-45 A Cappella Choir 2-3-45 "Come Over to Our House" 35 "Little VVomen" 4. Ambition-Auto Mechanic. JAMES DAVIS THOMAS PHILIP DAY "Tom" Football 2-3-45 Baseball 3-45 Bruin Club :3-45 A Cappella Choir 2-35 Junior Class Representative 35 Secretary Senior Unit Boys' Club 4. EVELYN MARIE DEAN 'Teddie' A Cappella Choir 25 Thespian 45 "Come Over to Our House" 35 "Little VVomen" 45 Girls' League Standing Chairman 25 Presi- dent Junior Unit Girls' League 35 President Girls' League 45 Student Council 45 D.A.R. Representative 45 "Oscar" for "Come Over to Our House" 3. Amlzitirm-Business Administrator. TED DEAN F.F.A. 2-3-4. Am bition-Fann er. MAURINE DELORES DENVITT "Deen Orchestra 25 A Cappella Choir 3-45 Pep Club 45 F.H.A. 4. MARGUERITE DOMOGALLA"Margie ' G.A.A. 25 A Cappella Choir 25 Ski Club 35 Coyote Staff 2-35 "Little YVonien" 4. Amlzifirm-Radio Script Writer. ROBERT DREXLER "Dref, Rifle Club 3-45 President Rifle Club 3-45 Student Court 4. Ambition - Automotive or Electrical En- gineer. JACKIE IRENE FRENCH "Frenchie" F.H.A. 2-:3-4. Amliiliun-Bcautician. HENRY J. CANDIACA nllunkn Ski Club 3-45 Ski Tvam 4: Bruin Club :3-45 Football 2-3-45 llaskotball 2-3-4: Track 2-35 "Comv Ovvr to Our llnusc-" I35 Vico-Prvsi- zlvnt Boys' Club 4. Anilliiion-To Own a Cattlv Rauch. MARC-UERITE RUTH CANDIAGA 'bllrlggfizfn Rep Club 2-3-45 l".ll..-X. -lg Ski Club 3-45 'll'l'iISlll'l'l' ot Ski Club 23: Svrviu- Chairman 45 Cbvvr l.0advr fl-4. Anilzitinn-Nui-sc. EBBERT M. CEPNER "EliI1" A Cappf-lla Choir S-45 Rand 2-I3-45 Shura' Manager 4. Ambition-Salvsmau. JOHN J. CHAN "Ben Gunn" Senior Band 2-3-4: Pep Rand 45 Bowling 4. Anihitimi-lVorld Travvler. FRANK D. CIKIU ' "I,iifIp Gign Bruin Club 4: Football 2: Baskm-tball 45 Track 2-3-4. Ambition- A Sucvvss. DAVE CRAY "BonCs', Transfcx' from Oiuaba, Ni-braska. Cboir 2-Il--lg Pvp Club 2-35 Tbvspian 4: Bruin Club 2-3-45 "D0n't Takv My Pfllllfu 4: "Li!tlv VVmm'n" 4: Exvuulivc Couunit- tvv Shlrlvnt Council 4. Anibifirm-Raulin. 'HIURNIA CRECORY BARBARA IIAFER 08111180 Band 2-I3-4: F.H.A. 2: Musiu L1-th-r. Amliirinn-Sta-nugraplu-r and Musician. ROBERT C. DRIPS "Bob" Bruin Club 3-45 Sergeant-at-Anus Bruin Club 45 Fontball 2-3-45 Track 2-3-4. NORABELLE JEAN EBERHARDT "Nibs,' Anibilion-NVorld Trnvvler. KENNETH EISENHAUER "Ruff, LOISANN ELLEN ERICKSON "Lean Coyote Stall 45 G.A.A. 2-3-45 Bowling Train 3-45 Ski Club 45 Pep Club 3-45 Tlu-spian 45 "Berkeley Square" 35 "Come Ovvr to Our House" 3: "Don't Take My Pzaniy" 45 "Little NVomen" 45 Designer of School Flag 4: "0Sl'ar" for "Little W0- mcn" 4. Amlzitinn-Cuminercial Artist. ERMA LOU FAUSETT "Erin" Pep Club 45 "Little XVouu-n" 4. Ambition-Big Cattle Rancher. JOYCE FISHER "Fishy" LE Transfer from Kimberly, Idaho. Pep Club 3-45 Svcretary Pep Club 45 A Cappella Choir S3-45 Girls, League Stand- ing Chainnan 4. Ainbiiinn-lklusician. ROY DALE FLATT "Soon-yn A Cappella Choir 2-3-45 Band 2-35 Foot- ball 2.-3--lg Basketball 2-3-45 Baseball 3-45 Ski Team 45 Ski Club 3-45 Prvsiclent Ski Club 4. Ambition-Vocalist. VVAYNE FORD "Alberta" A Cap:-lla Cnir 2-3-45 Band 2-3-45 Foot- ball 3-45 Basketball 4: Track 2-3-45 Bruin Club 3-4. Anibition-Coach or Baud Lvadvr. HOB FOSTER "Al" A Capella Choir 2-S-4. AmIiition-Vocalist. 1 E LADONNA HANKINS "Donnie" F.H.A. 3-44 Secretary F.H.A. 44 "Berkeley Square" 34 "Don't Take My Penny" 4. Ambition-Housewife. DAVID HANSINC "Dqve" F.F.A. 2-3-44 Track 24 Basketball 34 Boot- ball 2-3-44 Bruin Club 4. Ambition-Fanner. MARIORIE EILEEN HARP "Marge" Transfer frmn Kimberly, Idaho. "Little XVOYIIPIIU 4. Ambition-Newspaper Reporter. JERRY HARPER OY IIASSLER BETTY J Transfer from Kimberly. ltlalio. G.A.A. 2. Am lzition-Teacher. HUBERT HENDRIX l A Cap ella Choir 2-3-44 Bruin Club 2-3-44 Football 2-3-44 Basketball 2-3-44 Baseball 2-3-44 "Don't Take My Penny" 44 Secre- tary-Treasurer Sophomore Class 24 Student Council Executive Committee 34 Senior Class Representative 4. Amhition-Musician. DONNA HEXVLETT "Dani" F.H.A. 2-3-4. RALPH HIGGINS "Red" VIRGINIA HIGGINS "Higv "Cowboy" Pep Club 2-8-44 Treasurer Pep Club 44 Ski Club S-44 Girls' League Standing Chainmm 24 Secretary-Treasurer Senior Class 44 Yell Leader 4. Ambition-Dental Assistant or Stenogrnpher. KENNETH HOEHN "Kenny" Ambition-Army Air Fnrve. ROBERT HOLLOVVAY "Bob" Ski Club 44 F.F.A. 2-3-4, Chapter Reporter - 3. District President 4, State Reporter 44 State Farmer Degree 84 Thespifm 3-44 Treasurer Thespiuns 44 "Berkeley Square" 34 "Come Over to Our House" 34 "Don't Take My Penny" 44 "Little WVOmen" 44 "Oscar" for "Don't Take My Penny" 4. Ambition-Dairy Famier. JENNY HOOPS Pep Club 44 Ski Club 3-44 Vice-President Senior Unit Girls' League 4. Ambition-School and Dancing Teacher. THIRZA HULL Pep Club 44 Ski Club 3'4Q G.A.A. Bowling League 3-44 Girls' League Standing Chair- man 24 Vice-President Girls' League 3. Ambition-Social VVorker. DARXVIN YVAYNE HULLER "Speedy" F.F.A. 3-4. MARIAN HILNTER Orchestra 2-B-4: Bruin Staff 44 Quill and Scroll 44 Ski Club 44 "Little VVomen" 4. Ambition-Astronomy. MARIAN C. JENKINS "Miken Transfer from Filer, Idaho. Ambition-Axiatrix. CHRIS JENSEN "Lighming" Transfer from Seattle. xwvilfilllllgtllfl. Pep Club 3-44 Thespian 44 Baseball Mam- uger 3-44 '4Come Over to Our House" 3. BARBARA JOHNSON Pep Club 44 Coyote Staff 44 Editor Coyote 4. Avnbilioll-Social Vlforker or Teacher. xf NORMA BERNICE LEE "Norm7' President Soplioinore Unit Girls, League 23 Girls' League Standing Cbamnan 4. Ambition-Seeretary. BARBARA JOANNE LELAND"B0bbie,, Band 2-S-43 Tliespian 43 Pep Club 43 "Little lVonien." 43 Girls' League Standing Chairman 4. Amhifiun-College. BARBARA LEIIMAN J. JOHN LIVELY nftlllllllllh Basketball 2. Ambition-Business Mau. BOB LONG "Huw" Bruin Club 2-3-43 Baseball 2-8-43 Basket- ball 3-43 Football I3-43 President Boys' Club Junior Unit 33 President Boys' Club 4. AmIzition-Professional Baseball Player. MARY ANNE LULLOFF "Annie Pep Club 3-43 A Cappella Choir 2-3-43 Seeretary Girls' League, 4. Ambition-Happiness JOLINE LYONS ufo' Pep Club 2-3-43 Yiee-President Pep Club 43 Senior Band 2-3-43 Senior Oreliestra 43 Ski Club 3-43 Girls' League Co-Chairman 2-SQ ltlusie Emblem: G.A.A. Letter: G..-LA. 2- Cl--13 President G.A.A. 4. Ambition-Business Career. DON MCBRIDE "Albert Bruin Club 2-3-43 Ski Club 3-43 Student Council 23 Football 2-3-43 Basketball 2-3-43 Traek 2-3-43 President Senior Unit Boys' Club 43 Sophomore Representative 2. Ambition-Coaeh. ROBERT D. MCMILLAN udlickcgf' Pep Club 3-4: Oreliestra 2-3-43 'tLittle VVonien" 43 Football -L L BEIIITY JANE JOHNSON "Betts', ep Club 43 G.A.A. 2-33 Bmin Stull' 43 Rand 2-Il--t3 Drum Major 43 Quill and heroll 43 Coyote Staff 43 Executive Com- mittee Student Council 4. Ambition-journalist. MARTHA LEE JOHNSON "Marty" lrausfer from Pueblo, Colorado. l7.H.A. 43 Girls' Chorus 23 F.H.A. Re- porter 4. Anihition-Career Girl. L1-:ROY JONES "lWlifey" Ambition-Mechanic. MAY KANETA "Maisie" Transfer from Bakersfield. California. Pep Club 43 F.H.A. 43 G.A.A. 4. Ambition-Nurse. BARBARA lxELSO "SliortiCD Pep Club 43 F.ll.A. 2-43 F.H.A. Vice- President 2. Ambition-Coin Collector. ' 'MAX RAY KIRKLAND "Moxie" Tliespian 3-43 Pep Club 2-3-43 Choir 3-43 7 Band 3-43 Bruin Club 2-3-43 Basketball 2-3-43 Baseball 2-3-43 "Come Over to Our House" 33 Vice-President Junior nit Boys' Club 3: Viee-President Choir 43 President 'Senior Class -1: "0sear,' for "Colne Over to Our Housef l-VESLEY KITE "lfVes" Rifle Club 43 Track 23 Bowling 4. Ambition-Civil Engineer. JERRY KLEINKOPF "Klinker', Bniin Club 2-3-43 Ski Club 3-43 Student Couneil 2-43 Football 3-43 Basketball 3-43 Track 2-3-43 "Come Over to Our House" 33 Sophomore Class President 23 Student Body President 4- All Big Six Football Team 4. Aniliition-Coach. VELMA KOEPPLIN "Keppie" Pep Club 43 F.H.A. 2-33 Girls' Chorus 2. Ambition-VVorld Traveler. ROSALIE EVELYN MACK F.H.A. 2-3--4. ' Ambition -Bookk1-eper-typlst. ulxlacn ROBERT MARTIN "Bohn F.F.A. 25 Bruin Club 2-8-45 Bruin Club Secretary-Treasurer 45 Band 25 Baseball 2- 3-45 Football 45 Basketball 3-45 IKCOITIC' Over To Our House" 35 Prognun Chair- man Boys' Club 3-4. Ambition-College. DALE E. MESSNER F. F. A. 2-3-45 Reporter F'.F.A. 45 F.F.A. Basketball 4. Ambition-Farmer. LOUISE MICHAEL "Miken F.H.A. 4. Ambition-Nurse MERLIN DEAN MILLER "Mert,' Ambition-Radio Technician. YVANDA LOU MILLER Bruin Staff 2-3-4. Ambition-Interior Decorator. BETTY ANN MILNER "Mill" Pep Club 2-3-45 Ski Club 8-45 Student Council 35 Coyote Staff 35 Bruin Staff 35 F.H.A. 4. Ambitiml-Nurse. HARLAN EUGENE MINK "Harlow Band 2-3-45 Pep Band 2-3-4. Am bition-Fanner. PATRICIA ANN MODLIN "Path Twirler 45 F.H.A. 3-45 G.A.A. 2. Ambition -Semnstress. l 1 1 BERNICE MONDRACON "Bernie', Girls, Cboms 2. Amlnitirm-Secretary. MARLENE MONROE uillarleyv I-'.H.A. 4. Amlzition-Si'eretnry in it Foreiyrn Embassy. MAURINE BEE MORGAN HBGQZETH Tbespiou 45 G.A.A. 2-35 "Come Over To Our Iloue-ze 35 "Don't Take My Penny" 45 "Little VVomen" 45 Girls' League Stand- ing Cbaimizin 2.5 Secretary Junior Unit of Girls' League 23: "Oscars" for "Don,t Take My Penny" :md "Little VVomen." Amlziiion-Housewife. MARVA DEASTA MORGAN 2. F.H.A. Ambition-Stcuogmplu-r. JAMES RAYMOND MUNN "jim" Senior Bond 2-3-45 Pep Band 3-45 F.F.A. 25 Oreliestm 3-45 Vice President Sopho- more Unit of Boys' Club 25 Vice President Rifle Club S-4. AmInition-Agrieulturist. EUGENE NEI' F Transfer from Payette, Idaho. Choir 45 "IJon't Take My Penny" 45 "Lit- tle VVonu-nl' 4. Ambition-Clwinivnl or Pliysical Engineer. CAROL ANN NELSON "Tex,' Pep Club 45 Ski Club 3-45 Coyote Staff 35 Quill and Scroll 45 Bruin Stuff 2-35 4'Come Over To Our House" 3. Ambition-Swimming Instructor. EMMA NISIIIZAKI "Nish" F. H. A. 3-45 F.H.A. Treasurer 45 Bniin Stuff 23-45 Pep Club 45 Coyote Staff 35 President of Quill and Scroll 45 Thespian Club 45 "Come Over To Our House" 35 "Little VVomeu" 4. Ambition-Nurse. DICK NOH "Dick" Mminger Cub Baseball 25 DoNut League 2. Amlnilion-Rnneber. MAX ELLIOTT PIPPITT Transfer from San Francisco, California. MARGARET IEAN PLASTINO "Plasty' Band 3-45 Orchestra 3-45 Pep Club 3-45 G.A.A. 4. Ambition-A Success. PHYLLIS ANN POPPIE "Deadeye" Orchestra 2-35 Pep Cluh 45 Thespians S-45 "Come Over To Our House" 35 "Little YVnmen" 45 "Berkley Square" 3. Ambition-Nurse. DONNA LEE PRIEST F.H.A. 2-3-4. MURIEL PUGLIANO "Pugv ghoir 2-35 Standing Chairman Girls' League Ambition-Musician. V EE RADFORD PHYLLIS M. REDDISH "PhylD Transfer from Montebello, California. Amlzitinn-Muclel. BETTY Jo REES "Red" Thespians 45 Pep Club 53-45 Debate 35 Na- tional Forensic League 3-45 K'Come Over To Our House" 35 "Don,t Trike My Penny", 45 "Little VVomen" 45 Treasurer of Girls' League 45 Oscars for "Don't Take My Penny" and "Little VVomen." AmIzition-Dramaties and Speech in College. ,IOIIN REQUA "SqrmIf' F.F.A. 2-3-45 F.F.A. Office-l'5 F.F.A. Ba-'ketl'all 45 "Little VVomen" 4. Ambition-Farmer. n HERB L. NUSSGEN Senior Baud 2-35 Rifle Club 3-45 Basket- ball 2-3. Ambition-Forest Service. DONALD M. OLIASON "Don" Transfer from Boise, Idaho5 Rifle Club 3-45 Ski Club 4. Ambition-Geologist. BETTY OVVNBEY Pep Cluh 3-45 Quill and Scholl 45 Secre- tary-Trensurer of Quill and Scholl 45 Coy- ote Staff 3-45 Bmiu Staff 3-45 Thespian 45 F.H.A, 35 "Come Over To Our House" 35 "Little VVomen" 4. Ambition-To visit New York City. BARBARA PALISCH HBGIJSU Transfer from Filer. ldahog "Little VVOmen" -15 "Duu't Take My Penny" 4. ArnIzition-Receptionist. ELAINE LEVVESE PACE "La-nniev F.H.A. 3. Ambition -H ousewife. MARINE AHLENE PARIS "Mai, The-spion 45 Choir 3-45 G.A.A. 2-3-4: "Come Over To Our House" 45 G.A.A. Letter. Amlzifion--College. ROBERT S. PARISH "Bob" Pep Club 25 Pep Band 2-3-45 Rifle Club 3-45 Bniin Club 3-45 Basketball 2-3-45 Track 2-3-45 Vice President of Senior Unit Boys, Club 45 Secretary Rifle Club 3-4. AmIzifion-College. ILA MAE PETERS "Pete" Standing Chairman Girls, League 2-4. Ambition-Secretary. A. EUGENE PICKETT "Gene', F.F.A. 25 Ski Club 3-4. PEGGY ILENE RINGVVOOD "Peg Pep Club 2-3-45 G.A.A. 2-3-45 Vicv-Prcsi- dent G.A.A. -15 Ski Club 3-45 Treasurer Ski Club 35 The-spiam 2-3-45 "junio" 25 Secretary Senior Unit Girls' Lvagiw 45 Studcnt Council 2. AmIrition-Ste-wurdvss. LEWIS DEAN ROBBINS Transfer from Shelley, Idaho. Pop Club 2-35 Junior Class Prvsidfrnt 3. Ambition-Accountant. JO ANN ROBERG "Ion Transfer from Sult Lulu' City. Utah. G.A.A. Bowling LL-aguc 4. MARY LOU ROBERTS "Loaf G.A.A. Bowling League 4. Ambition-Arclu-nlogist. BETTY JEAN ROBINSON "Lex', Pep Club 4: F.H.A, 25 Tliespinn 45 Bvrkv- Aley Squarci' 535 "Blitlu- Spirit" 35 "Comm- Ovc-r to Our House" 35 K'Little XVomeu" 4. GEORGE VV. ROSE "BilI,' Transfer from Murtaugh, Idaho. Ambition-Electrical Enginvvr. MAXINE ROSE "Macy G.A.A. 25 F.H.A. 2-3-45 Trvasurm' F.I'I.A, 35 President F.H.A. 45 Girls' League Standing Chairman 3. Ambition-Housewife. BETTY RUSSELL Russ Pep Club 45 "BerkeI1-y Square" 35 "Blithf' Spirit" 35 "Comv Over to Our House" 3. Ambition-Nurse. LYLE RUSSELL "Russ" Ambition-S nlvsman . RANDALL E. RUSSELL "Randy" Band 25 A Cappella Choir 2-3-45 Football 2-35 Basketball 25 Baseball 2-3-45 Presi- dent Sophomore- Unit Boys' Club 2. Ambition-Basvlmll Player. RAE LOUISE SALISBURY "SalsD Pep Club 45 Coyote- Staff 3-45 C-.A.A. 2-3- 45 Secretary G.A.A. 4. Amlmition-College. VVILMA IEAN SEARS "Willi6,' Ambition-Sz-cretary. AKI SEMBA , "oxen" Pep Club 45 G.A.A. 45 "Little VVomen" 4. Ambition-Cosuu-tologist. GEORGE SHELDON "Bud," Transfer from Paolo, Kansas. F.F,A. 2. Ambition-Auto Racc Driver. VVAYNE SHIRCK Rifle Club 3-45 Choir. Ambition-College. IDA MAY SMITH Pop Club 4: Student Body 'l'rcnsurL-r 4. Ambition-Sn-hool Teachcr. DONALD SMITH "Don" Band 2-3-4. Ambition-Refrigeration Svrviu- Mun. KENNETH SMITH "Kenny Baud 2-3-45 Pep Band 25 Orchestra 2-3-45 Riflu Club 45 Treasurer Rifle Club 45 Sec- retary-Trvnsurer Boys' Club 25 Senior Class Rs-pres:-ntativv 4. Ambition-Engineer. JOAN 'l'l.'RNEli 'l'runsfi-r from Launzir, Missouri JUNE TURNER usflllln 'lxl'illlSfl'l' from l.aunau'. lNllShUllll I".H.A. Ambition--llousvwifu. IIERMAN VOSS "lily" Ailllllflllllfl'llll'llll'l' or Saxlvsinoll. BEVERLY MAXINE NVARD "Bro" G.A.A. 2-Ii-45 C,A.A. 'l'l'm-aisurcl' 4g Pop Club -lg Ski Club -4g "Don't Taikv My Penny" Q31 "Ionic" fig "LitKli- XXYOIIIUIIN -lg Standing Clmirmun Girls' Lvnpluc :Z-4. Amlzition-Dm-sigm-r. DELLA WATLINS "Sr1uUuks 'l'ransfur from Soda Springs. Idaho. Pep Club 2-3: Band 2-T35 Chorus 2-3. AmI1ifiml--BQ-muy Operator. BILL XI A'l Tb "II-'illivn Ski Club -I: "Conn' Oxon' To Our Houwu 31 Chivf justice' Student Courk 45 Vim- Prvsiclvnl Slmlvnt Body 3--lg Legion Oro- loricul Conti-st 2-S3--tg 'flumpiain 4. DORIS ANN NVEAVER "lI"crlv Tlu-spinn -lg Pop Club 2-25--lg l'n'1i Club I'i'vSulm-lit -lg Ski Club 53--1: Studi-nt Coun- cil 41 "Como Ovcr To Our Ilousv" :Ig "Liltlv Vllnnu-n" -lg Oscau' for "Comb Ovcr to Our llousm-" 53. Ambilion - -lluppim-ss. DOlX E. NYELCII "IxiNc'1"' Ski Club 3. Ambition-Cair Sails-snuui. BARBARA FATE XYIIITE "H11l1.s"' Trnnsfur from VVm-mlvll, lmlnho. Tlu-spiun I3--lg Pop Club -lg Ski Club -lg llaincl 8-:lg "Como Ou-r To Our Housvi' Sq gllonit Tnkc My Pm-mn"' 44 "Little XRIDIYIUIIH ,-ImIzifion--S4-s'i'vt:ii'y. PAULA RAE SVVAN "Puulie" Orclwstm 2-F3-45 Bruin Stuff 3-4: Quill and Scroll 45 Vice-President Quill and Scroll 44 Music Lettvr 3. Amlzifion-,lounmlist. TOMEO TAKEMOTO "Tomy Secrvtnry-Treasurer junior Unit Boys' Club. Ambition-To Mako Mom-y. EILEEN TERRY "Lcffy ' A Capella Choir 2-3-4g Shulcnt Court 4: Girls' Lvugiu' Standing Clminnnn 35 Presi- ilvnt Svnim' Unit Girls' Lvogm' 4. Ambition-To bv happy. GERALD S. TEXVS F.F.A. 2-3-4g President F.F.A. 4g F.F.A. Baiketlmll 43 "Little VVonu'n" 4. Alnhition-Funner. ALVIN THOMPSON "Tommy" Ambition-Skier. INA MAE TRUE "Tinyn F.H.A. 2-85 Girls' Chorus 2. Ambition-Florist. KATHERINE TSCHANNEN "KufllyD Transfer from Filer, Idaho. A Cappn-lla Choir 2-L3--lg Pep Club -1: Girls' League Standing: Clminnan 4. Amhifion-Marriage. DELMAR TUCKER "Sparky" Band 3--lg Pop Bond 4. DELLORA MAE TURNBAUCII "Dolly" Transfer fmlu Exu:lvwoocl. Colorado. F. H. A. 3-4: Band 2-3-4g Twirle-r 4. Ambition-Artist. JOYCE WHITEHEAD "Little VVnmen" 45 League Officc-r 25 Girls' League Standing Chainnan 33 Studvnt Council Executive Committee 44 State- Pepsi-Coln Scholarship Finalist 4g Oscnr for "Little VVon1en" 4. Afnbitian-Teaclwr or Psychologist. COLEEN VVICKHORST Ambition-Stenographer. MARTIN MCKINLEY WVILKINSON "Flash', 2-3-4g Bruin Cluh 3-45 Bust-hall Azlllllllllllfplltlt. MARGARET VVILLS "WiIIie', Transfer from Gooding, Idaho. Band 3-4. Ambition-Pianist. BETTY VVILSON F.H.A. 3. Ambition-House-wifv. ESTHER LOUISE XVINKLER "lVinIiiC, Pep Clnh 2-4g Band 2-4g Thvspian 43 "Bc'rkelL'y Square" 25 "Come Over To Our Ilouseu 34 "Don't Take My Pennyl' 4g "Little YVOnwn" 4. Ambition-S4-crm-tary. JOAN VVULLSCHLEGEH njozlrlieu "Little VVonu-n" 4. Amlzitinn-Lnhomtnry T4-L-lmician RONALD LEE YEAMAN "Rennie" Orchestra 2-3-4. Arnbition-Secret Service Agunt. RAY A. YOUNG "Ruin F.F.A. 2-35 Live-stock Judging Team 2-3g i'C01nc-' ZOVG-r To Our Housvu 35 F.F.A. ste-r - Lt 3. AmIzitinn-Mechanic or Dry Farmer. 1 it -., is I .JILEON YRAQUI ' 'mls 'Ainlzition-Enginvvr - w K qt x Winners Bill NN-Kitts, Regional Winner American Lvgion Oratorical Contest, "The Constitution in at Changing VVorld." Ioycv WVl1itt-head and Arnold Carlson winners of fifth and sixth places 1'csp0ctix'0ly, in State Popsi-Cola Scholarship Contest. 1 Junior Class The Class of '49, led by its capable officers and guided by the wise counseling of its sponsors, has made notable progress. Each year more members of the class are participating cooperatively in activities of the school, and their increasing endeavors have brought them marked recognition. As the memories of this year are recalled, there are some we shall never forget-the two stunt assemblies, the junior assembly, "The High School Mysteryf, and our tribute to the seniors, the junior Prom. XVith eager anticipation we await our senior year. Officers President --------- Bob Stansbury Secretary-Treasurer - - - - Louise Hall Representative - -4 - ----- Theda Hull Sponsors - - - - Mrs. Josephine Albertson Mr. Arnold DePaul Alexander, Berry Allen. john Allred, Bob Ashby, Mabel Bagley, Donna Riu- Baisch, Lloyd Beasley, Betty Beecher, Ruth Boll, Don Bloomer, Dick Bloxlmm, LaVar Bnclenstnh, Elnine Buckendorf, Wayne Burden, Gladys Byingtnn, lie Ver! Carroll, Don Chafin, Tom Clmmplin, Vixuxl Amos, Grace Baldwin, jean Bell, Duane Brvde, Bill Czxlclwvll, Naomi Christian, Don Anderson, Mary J. Barlow, Earl Bellini, Tffnla Brewer, Marian Call, juy Church, Dick Arrington, Ralph Barth. Stun Blanchard, Barbara Briggs, Hr-rbert Carlton, Bob Conant, Catherine NN -i , V N Conway, Clmrlvs Crum. Clnm Dxwis, Conv Driwull. Pnl lislingor, lluth Fllll'0llL'l', ,luhn Cnwlmm, Hvrlu-rt Craig, Garvin Craig, jim Crandall, Maureen Crossley, K1-ith Crnwsnn, Harold Cummins, Bill Custer. Donna Dvnglv, Mary Jvan lJiffL'llllill'ft'll', Jane Dillon, Mary In Donnugnlln, Pauline Dnncain, Bolo Enshinni, Pnnl Elkins, Doyle' Eldrodgc, Mary Evvrlon. Donald Fnirlmnlcs. Edith Fallvr, Kl'l1Il1'lll lfclton. Marlin Flynn. Put Ford, Deon Fulmcr, Nunnn Gilchrist, Arlene Crcvd. Iim Dunner, Tom Dunes, Bob Ellsworth. Roy Fisher, Ir-an Gillespie, Jane! Cillett, Marvin Crinsted, Marie Hnlpin, George Hickman, Howard Holmes, Bill Jnkwny, George Goodyear, Shirley Croff, Inmie Hansen, Vemon Hightower, Jim Holmes, Connie Iaynes, Melvin Gmlwrt, Lona Grow. Shirley Hansen. Niildrecl Hills, Raymond Hostvtler, Glenna Johansen, Beth Green. Eldon Hadley. Calla Hawes, Inn Hiskvy, Marion Hovey, Gwen johnson, Betty Green, Marilyn Hull. Louise Hazard, Don Holcomb, Mary Huff, Virginia Johnson, Camm Lou Griggs, Howard Hall:-y, George Hewlett, Bonnie Holloway, Robert Hull, Thedn Johnson, Grace Johnston, Bnlihii- Kirkmun, Lawn-nee Lnlloff, Bruce Mn-Cnslin, Clifford Millcr, LHRM' Morrison, Al1l1l'ffil , .Q N 'X' 9 2 4 x 'NV gferg fs. NX E if J ig q Q-,M ,pg-P - Q' ii Jonas, Bula Klinv, Him-liaril Lyda. Clifford ML-Ewvn, Hvlvn Mingo, Clialrlvs Morse. Norton Kauffman, Gene Knaxnss, Vvrlc' Lycia, Ida Mnilvl, Nancy Minslww, Nnlai Mortvnsc-n, Marlene Kvvnn, Edith Langdon, Lucille Lytlv. Jerry Martyn, Virginia Muck, NYt"l'1li1 Mnrri, Darlene' King, Buhby Lnnwny, Donna Mr.-Bn-th, Kenneth Mem.-k, Melvin Mundranznn, Helen Newman, Tom Kinney, Mildred Lowe, Pauline McCuhe, Noln Miller, Howard Arrington, Gilda Nielsen, Dale Orchard, Bill Orwick, Dorothy Parker, Boyd Parrt-tt, Patricia Penwell, Marianna Pepperdine, VVarren Pierce, Skip Pitchfortl, Nonna Powell, Bill Price, Patricia Pudcly. L. V, Pyrun, Bill Resa, Betty Riaclx, Bill Roberts, Shirley Roberts, Tommy Schaefer, Bob Sclirank, Duane Scott. lack Seam, Jeannine Skinner, Eddie Smith, Clarence Smith, Howard Snapp, Billy Patrick, jack Porter, Bill Read, jim Roseberry, Arclie Shipley, Nancy Soper, Lois Pcnnuck. Marjorie Portcr, Patsio Re-eve, Alhertis Rudolph, Marjorie Skinner, Bill Soran, Tom Survnson, Bob Speody, Tommy Stzmslmry, llulm Stuynor. Merry Stun-klmmp, Barlsurn Stroud. Myra Swurtley. joycr 'l':1ylor, Bill Tivknur. David Tillvy. Murivl Timmuns, Collovn Tnlnmam. LuDnwn VV:mn1au1. Fwd l1Vutkins. joyv.-c ll'ntson. Ban-lmru W1-nvvr. Rlargnrct lllcilwl, ,lzulicv lfVllito, Yiulax Wlfllitc, Viulvl Xllillialns, l1l'vslvy lfl'ulh'r, Allvn Vlfnxulloy, IXl'lll0llll lVurst, B1-tty Yvammn, Donald Stevens, Hnmld 'l'vague, Nora VV:llL'oH. Bob XVvlmh, Lloyd Vlfirsvhing, jo Young, Bill May anna Stvvc-ns, Lnnnhvllv Thomas, Bn-nt VVnllis. Donald Wvgnvr, Frank lfVohllnib, Ken Yraqui, Boni Sophomore Class Can it be true? Is it possible that our sophomore year is over and we are about to become juniors? It seems as if it were only yesterday that we were wandering aimlessly about the halls, looking for the study hall, the quickest way to the dome, or the deans' offices. To the seniors, juniors and faculty members who have overlooked our many faults and mistakes, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. As upper- classmen, we hope that we may have the admiration and the respect of the lower-classmen, as you who have been our "guiding stars" have ours. May we live up to what is expected of us and be worthy members of the Twin Falls High School student body. Our ultimate aim is to have the class of '50 placed on the records of history as one of the most outstanding classes ever to raduate from the Twin Falls High School. To these dreams and ambitions, we Eledicate ourselves and promise to strive toward the standards which have been set by the classes before us. Officers President ----------- Jack Cross Secretary-Treasurer - - - VerNalda Strong Representative - - ---- Bill DeNVald Sponsor - - - - Miss Elfriede Reinsdorf Ahl, Herb:-rt Atkinson, Pnl Benivy. Virgil Brow, B1-tty Chudd, Darlene Connelly, Mary Ah.:vr. Bi-verly Bnglvy. Nlorwin Billingsley. Max Browne, Deane Chaunhm-rs, Jim Cooper, Patsy Alger, Elvcrtn Barnard, Vcrnv Bishop. Io Alta Campbell, Lila Clmney, Luurulie Cope, Anna Allrvd. Imnvs Bam-s, Allcn Bishop, Johnny Carlson. Boyd Chcvailivr, johnny Cowles, Marvin Anderson, Joyce Bvckwitli. Joy lilakley. Nonna Ivan Carter. Ronald Clark, Carolyn Cox, Bailie Annis, Mona Bc-ngochea, Lnana Bottoms, Dnzuxe Cates, Joann Condie, Lillie Ida Craig, A1-vid -MK SQ' Craig, Lauren Daigh, Larry Dv.-Wald, Bill Eastman, Bob Farris, Lyman Forsling, Jerry Crawford, Richard Cronenberger, Bette Cross, Jack Crowson, Doris Dean, Betty Lou Dean, Rosemary Denny, Nadine Detton, Ted DeWitt, Shirley Downs, Beverly Dumas, Don Dunn, Colleen Emery, Wanda Erwin, Patricia Eriksvn, Patricia Fnrenholz, Arlene Fields, Nancy Flynn, Phyllis Flynn, Robert Fonley, Elaine French, Archie Frey, Hiram Fuller, DeVem Fulmc-r, James Cypher, Joe Detweiler, Bud Enstep, Carmen Falnsh, Tom Ford, Nolan Gumbrel, I-Inrlene Gumbrel, Hurley Gillespie. Incl: Grout, Dvliln linnkins. Val Hvaxton, Lnnriln' Hull, junnihi Gnnlm-r. Ruth Gardner. Iounn Hnlv. Roz:-lm Hansen. Kenneth Huinricll. Naomi Iloffinan, Fayc 'N Gascoigne, ,lo Ann Clans, Ronald Ilnll. Rodney Hnnsing, Boll Herron, Naomi Ilulnws, Maury janv 3' Z in Gnsser, jvanniinc Crm-n. Garland Engl-ls. Helen In-nn Hunnison. Kenneth llivb. Mnrls-no Horejs, john Ce-pner, Donna Grist. Virginia Hamm. Shirley Hannon. Nomm Hill. He-lvn Howard, Merlin Gillvltv, Grunt Groom, Billy Hnnnnvl. Ronald Hvuton. Laura Hill, Howard Hudson, Cary Hue-ther, Patty Johnson, Gene Kossmxxn, Io Ann Leopold, Fred McVvy, Patty Maxwell, Pntricin Halburt, Norman Innes, Mildred Kukn, Lloyd Lincoln. Marilyn Madron, Phyllis Mayes, Virginia Hull, Chard lorclan, Sara Kunklo. Richard Loclvr, Hohert Malbr-rg, Bnlm Mills, Gene Hutchinson, Stanley Innmn, Margaret Koch, Ben Larson, Conrad McCaslin, Glen Martin, Sterling Mink, Harold Km-ppc-n. Pearl Larson, Kay McClc-llnn, Phyllis lklartinclzilv. Dcnzcl Mort, Charles Jacobs, Donna Koontz, lack Leland. Dixie McFarlane, Phyllis Martinez, Stella Moore. Harry Mourv. jim Niulscn, Curul Parsons, Dnlv l'n't0rxL'n, Norma Powvll, Russ-nmry llulwrts, Dick Morton. Shirley Nic-lsun, Hvlcn Paxton, Marjorie l'vttygrovv, Iack Pmnty, Hurulcl Rubinson, Bm-mettn - E Moss. Lois Moss, Me-llm 0'llullomn. Barbara O'Hurrow, Colleen PllX'll0, Phyllis Pvnnuck, Boll l'cttygrox'v, Marian Pfvifle. Floyd lludfonl, Gerald Rf.-qua. Clmrlus llubinson, Richard Rodger, Lenorc Murphy, Clyde Orwick, Helen Pcrkins, Iohn Picknrd, Bill lliclmrclsun. Jimmie llovnwr, XVancla Murphy, Viola Park, Elvin l'4-tc-rsvlx, Emory Ploll. Dale Ilnlwlzins, Donald Rosonof, Bill Russell. Bob Schnitker, Darrell Sharp, Ronald Smith, Shirley Stover, Betty Terry, Adda Saathoff, Dorln Shulke, Ronald Shearer, Doris Stafford. Ioanne Strong, Ver Nalda Thomw, Zundra Snndau, Betty Scott, Glen Shiozawn, Mariyn Starns. Alma Sturgeon, Bob Thompson, Bob Snndnu, Bob Se-rpu, Duane Shumwuy. Ramon Starr, Sharron Sutterfield, Marie Thompson, Max Snnduu, Glen Sharp, Gene Skinner, Patty Stevens, Dale Sweet, Eunice Toupin, Carl Saunders, Gary Sharp, Lee Smith, Melissa Stohler, Luella Taylor, Maxine Trent. Marvin Turnvr, Anitn Udy, Carlyle Van Houtvn, lkhlrleiw Van Valkvnhurg. R. VVutkins, Jerry VVatsun, Yvonne Xvliitelwncl, Lee Yvhitehead, Ricliard XVillianis. Patty VVills. Ernie VVinterh0ler, Mary Wright, Mailon Uhlcv, Don XVulkvr, Gvno VVeawc'r, Diane VVhitc-ly, Marietta WVilson. Gary Yzxdun, Bud Uhlvr. Phyllis Vl'nlls. Chuck YVvhb, W'f-stun Nwiitney. Bn-tty NVilson, Rosumary Yocum, Dorothymnc Ulrich, Vllurlwr Vlfvlls. VV illis, VVind. Young, Ivrn' g, Bill Lucille Betty Harriet Donna 1 Yann-0. Tvd VVzu-berg. VVillethl VVert. Eurethn VVhiite-kiend, Cleo YVinkler. Paul EJ fav! W xg ,JA r we X KW kwxcius M X YXXQXN 00 Activities Coyote Staff Barbara johnson, Editor Loisann Erickson, A-rt Editor Rae Louise Salisbury Betty Johnson Betty Ownbey Jackie Beymer Bonnie AlLee janet Gillespie Lois Soper Jane Diffendarfer Betty Cronenberger Mary NVinterholer Mr. Garth Reid, Sponsor The Coyote Staff has clone its best to present within these pages an accurate and attractive summary of student activities for the past school year. Each of us feels that it has been a privilege and a great pleasure to compile the 1948 Coyote. We have enjoyed watching our ideas materialize and grow into this finished product, which we sincerely hope meets with your approval. -The Staff 1-Qi . 5 1: 2' -ff? 523- 2 E? ' -if ' - T 77- if f.kv hd G L--.ri . ,- -5- ,W Qc Ad -- ., L, - , T 5 " B Jai A 2 I.. -si L 3.-g,,,,, x ,.T.' -' -. 1 F . x Y L- -1 The Bruin has the distinction of being one of the few weekly high school publications in Idaho, VVitl1in the past two years it him developed from it mimeographed paper into an infonnative six-page sheet. The staff is composed of twenty advanced joumalism students, over 90 per cent of whom belong to Quill and Scroll. A News Bureau has added to the coverage of events in the school. The Exchange Department boasts a mailing list of over 60 schools in the United States, Hawaii. and Australia. This year two radio programs were inaugurated to bring school events to a listening audience. The broadcast over station KVMV has featured talented students and school news. The program on station KTFI included school news and interviews with club and departmental officers. Basketball programs were publised this past season under the direction of the business staff. In April the Talent Show was sponsored by the joumalism department in order to raise money to meet publishing obligations. With the organization of an active beginning joumalism class, the staff next year will be rich in basic fundamentals and ex- perience. Twin Falls High School can he proud of its school paper, for it is one of the best in the state and will continue to take honors in the field of joumalism. Th BR UIN f we 2 'e C9 u " l Lu, F Published weekly by the , qu 1' 3 Journalism Class of 219 me-41 3 Twin Falls High School 5.91394 mul' STAFF Duane Bell ,,.,......,,,., , ,,,,,,,,.,. Editor-in-Chief Emma Nishizaki ' ..,,.,, Magaging Editor Betty Ownbey ' .. ...... Make-up Editor 5 Paula Swan ' ,,... ........... P roof h Editor Joyce Swartley ,,,,.,. ..,.........,... Librarian lane Diffendarfer ..,. .,,.......,..........,. A rt Editor Helen McEwen ,.,,.. ............. F ront Page Editor Bonnie Allee ....,.. ....... E ditorial Page Editor jim Creed .,.,.,..,,, .,...,..,......... S ports Editor Betty Johnson .,.,,... .,,.,. F eature Page Editor NVanda Miller .,.... .,.,.. L iterary Page Editor Marian Hunter .,.,,,. ....,....., H eadline Editor Lucille Langdon ,....., .......... E xchange Editor Dick Church ..,...,,.. ......,,... B usiness Manager Patricia Parrett ,,,... ,..... C irculation Manager Pat Flynn. .........,..., . ,..,., Advertising Manager Margaret Weavers, Mary jean Deagle. lainie Groff ........... L. I. Schroyer .,.,.. , 9 Member of Quill K Scroll ............Radio Reporter News Bureau Director ................Photographer .,.........Faculty Advisor I 3rd Row: Margaret VVeaver, Marian Hunter, Mary jean Deagle, Jamie Croff, Duane Bell, Ioyce Swartley, Jane Diffendarfer, Betty Johnson. 2nd Row: Bonnie AlLee, Patfarrett, Helen McEwen, Carol Nelson. lst Row: Betty Ownbey, Paula Swan, Emma Nishizaki, Mr. L. I. Sch- royer. uill and Scroll The Twin Falls chapter, which was established in 1926, is called the Fourth Estate. At the beginniii of the year, only four members belonged to the or- ganization. Collecting and studying data on the late journalist, Ernie Pyle, was the project selected for this year. Various phases of his life were studied and formed the basis for articles, some of which appeared in the Bruin. During "Quill and Scroll VVQ-ek" a comedy initiation was carried out. Equip- ped with a quill and scroll, students collected odd autographs. At a candlelight ceremony gold membership pins were presented to the new members of this international journalistic society. Ufficers President --------- Emma Nishizaki V ice-President - - - - - - Paula Swan Secretary-Treasurer - - - Betty Ownbey Sponsor ----- - Mr. Louis J. Schroyer Future Homemakers of America F. H. A., reorganized this year under the direction of Mrs. Richard Smith, has had a profitable year. Early in February the girls modeled their garments for the annual Style Show presented to the Girls, League. The club was represented at the State Wool Growers' Con- vention in Boise by two of our members. Eight delegates attended the District F. H. A. Con- vention in Pocatello where they gave an excellent demonstration of parliamentary procedure. Delegates were also sent to the State F. H. A. conclave in Boise. On the service record of this organization are the preparation and the serving of food for the banquet given in honor of the football squad and numerous teas. The treasury was increased by the sale of caramel apples at the football games and "hot dogs" at the basketball games, including the District Tournament. It is the annual custom to conclude the work of each year with a picnic. Officers President - - ----- Maxine Rose Molyneux Vice-President - - - Patricia Modlin Secretary - - - LaDonna Hankins Treasurer - - - - Emma Niskizaki Parliarnentarian - - Dorothymae Yocum Sponsor - - - - Mrs. Richard Smith Wm to I lst Row: Lois Soper, Martha johnson, Emma Nishizaki, La Donna Hankins, Maxine Rose Molyneaux, Pat Modlin, Dorothy Mae Yocum, Donna Hewlett, Ida Beth Lyda, Mrs. Cecil Smith. 21111 Row: Louise Michel, Jeannine Sears, Darleen Murri, Beth Johansen, Rosalie Mack, Donna Custer, Louella Stohler, Bonnie Hewlett. 3rd Row: Marjory Paxton, Fay Hoffman, Joy Beckwith, Betty Lou Dean, Lucille VVells, Bernice Mondragon, Naomi Heinrich, Patsy Cooper, May Kaneta. iith Row: Laurine Heaton, Jackie French, Nadine Denuey, Alma Starns, Donna Gepner, Sharon Starr, Dellora Turn- vaugh. 5th Row: Delita Grout, Marian Brewer, Marlene Monroe, Evelyn Bohm, Patty Heuther, XVanda Roemer, Nancy Fields, Virginia Huff, Muriel Tilley, Betty VVurst, Darlene Christian. 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'CT' E Sf 'C IQUSSQN 9196 siauodag uqof - 'JU cu D C m 1211311495 GFPPH S zauupl .zamsnall IIOSUSIOS QOH - mmamag aoumolg uqo 1' guapgsald - asm uyxrew smquag aid - - - guapgs Prvlafm 3.1. SM 9910 S19 Future Farmers of America RW ' NW A . Y muwfx W AAN,-ww si- X R' Q. 0 A 'S Q X AQ :Q w is .Q X ,V x ,rf wx Calyx HQYNS mf! Boys, Club Each year Boys' Club activities begin with an annual assembly to promote the Big and Little Brother project to help new students get acquainted with other students and our school. The members assisted with such worthwhile projects as the Junior Red Cross membership drive and the purchase of a hospital bed for the county Red Cross chapter. Clothing and food were sent to the children of an elementary school in Boskoop ,Hollandg and a box of school supplies, soap, towels, and first aid articles was prepared and sent abroad through the Red Cross. Boys, Club has also assisted at all athletic contests including the District Basketball Tournament. "Happy Holidayv was the theme of the annual Christmas formal dance. Interesting programs were planned and arranged for Boys' Club and for the entire student body. Boys' Club Officers President ----------- Bob Long Vice-President - - Henry Gandiaga Secretary-Treasurer - - - - Bill Riach Dean of Boys - - - Kenneth E. Kail SENIOR UNIT JUNIOR UNIT President ------- Don McBride President ------ Ralph Arrington Vice-President - - - Bob Parish Vice-President - ----- Bob King Secretary-Treasurer - - Tommy Day Secretary-Treasurer - - Brent Thomas Facuhy Sponsor - - L. M. VVinters Faculty Sponsor - - Arnold DePaul SOPHOMORE UNIT President ------- Duane Serpu Vice-Prendent ------ Chad Hull Secretary-Trea.s'ure1' - - Ronald Carter Faculty Sponsor - - - Rex L. Olson T Girls' League "Flying High with Girls' League" was the 1947-48 theme for one of Twin Falls High Scliool's most important and active or- gmlifmigm, llndpr the capable leadership of Evelyn Dean, the League has met the major objectives for which it was organized-deinm cratic emnradeship and opportunities for the 400 girls in high school. New projects were inaugurated this year, such as selling candy at noon in the halls and at the football and basketball games. The treasurer, Betty Rees. reports that the treasury has increased from S30 to over S500. ln the field of service. Girls' League helped Filer High School to initiate a similar cluh this past year. An exchange meeting with the Shoshone Girls' League proved interesting and informative. At Christmas time the group decorated miniature Christmas trees to place on patients' trays at the County Hospital. Gifts for each child in the Orphans' Home at Boise were provided. In conjunction with the Boys' Cluh. the League liought a hospital hed and presented it to the Red Cross rooms, During the local Red Cross cam- paign menu covers were distrihuted to all the eating places in town. Starting with the Big-Little Sister Rally in the park, the calendar hrimmed over with good times. At midnight the senior girls haunted the halls of the school during the Senior Sleeper, "Sleepy-time Gal." Mothers of the senior girls were honored at a tea in Octoher. ln November the gym was transfomied hy "jungle Magic" into a tropical paradise with cannihals, explorers, and all sorts of wild animals. Jackie Beymer's and Barbara Le-hman's costumes were judged the funniest. Colleen Carter and Billie Boekwitz took honors for the most original costumes, and Harlene Gamhrel's costume was selected as the most beautiful, Faculty members were honored at a tea given hy the Senior Unit in Fehruary. In March the Mother-Daughter Banquet was held. Sophomores were in charge of the program bookletsg juniors, decorations: seniors. program. Biggest event of the year was the fourth annual Sweetheart Ball. Carrying out the Valentine theme, the senior girls converted the gym into a dreainland of red and white decorations. An impressive conmatiou was earried out hy the Junior Unit. who presented Maggie Gaudiaga as the "Girl of Our Dreams" and her Court of Honor: june Carr, senior princessg Donna Rae Bagley and Helen Mc- Ewen, junior princesses: Shirley Smith. sophomore princess. Three past queens were in attendance to make the ceremony complete. Sophomore girls wrote invitations to the patrons and patronesses of the dance. This has truly heen the hest year that Girls' League has had. Their motto, "In Unity There ls Strength," really works. 1 Girls' League Standing Chairmen N Lf SENIOR UNIT JUNIOR UNIT First Semester Second Semester First Semester Second Semester Bonnie AlLee Program Maurine Boren Shirley Goodyear Program Janet Gillespie Maggie Gandiaga Social Ila Mae Peters La Dawn Tolman Social Nola Minshew Katherine Tschannen Service Norma Lee Nora May Teague Service Clara Crom Joyce Fisher Music Beverly VVard Gwen Hovey Music Jean Fisher Annette Couberly Publicity Barbara Leland Pauline Lowe Publicity Maurine Crandall SOPHOMORE UNIT First Semester Second Semester Dianne VVeaver Program Jo Alta Bishop Harlene Gamhrel Social Beverly Alger Doris Shearer Service Patsie Cooper Rosemary Wilson Music Adda Terry Anna Cope Puhlieity Zandra Thomas Girls, League Officers President ------------ Evelyn Dean Treasurer - - - - - Betty Rees Secretary - - Mary Anne Lulloff Sponsor - - Mrs. Rose M. North SENIOR UNIT JUNIOR UNIT President ------- Eileen Terry President ----- Donna Rae Bagley Vice-President - - - - Jenny Hoops Vice-President - - - Carina Lou Johnson Secretary-Treasurer - - Peggy Ringwood Secretory-Treasurer - - - Calla Hadley Sponsor ---- - Miss Elsie Lindgren Sponsor - - - - Miss jgrmy Siggins SOPHOMORE UNIT President ----- Bette Cronenberger Vice-President - ---- Phyllis Payne Secretary-Treasurer - - - Mary Connelley Sponsor ---- Miss Patricia Rydberg inter-club tournament and slloulder-to-shoulder matches with other clubs have added interest -A f First Row: George Halley, Bob Parish, Bob Drexler, jim Munn, Kenneth Smith. Second Row: Dick Roberts, Bill Powell, Howard Miller, Lloyd Baiseh, XVesley Kite, Cene Kaufman, Kenneth Bishop. Third gow: Jack Koontz, Bob Russell, Richard Crawford. Bill Skinner, Don Oliason, Max ippett. Fourth Row: Larry Kirkman. David Ticknor, Mr. Rail, Ramon Shumway. Bob Schaeffer, Paul Eastman. 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Jim Craig Dave Gray Ebbert Cepner Bob Foster NVayne Ford Ronald Carter ALTOS Joyce Vtfatkins Barbara Cypher Barbara Blanchard Mary Holcomb Launa Seholes " Gwen Hovey Verna Mock Myra Stroud jo Ann Caseoigne Arlene Gilchrist Mary Ann Lulloff Joyce Fisher, Librarian Calla Hadley, Secretary Betty Cronenberger Muriel Tilley Pauline Brown, Librarian Katherine Tschannen Nora Mae Teague Carmen Eastep BASSES Bill Porter, President Gene Neff Gerald Everton Bill DeYVald LeRoy Flatt Roy Ellsworth Charles NValls Hubert Hendrix Bob Malberg NVayne Shirck, 2nd Semester ' First Semester BOYS' QUARTET D0n't Take My Penny 66 9 99 Don t Take My Penny All School Play OCTOBER 23-24, 1947 Director, Shirley Pope CAST Sally .,...,.,,.,,,,,,, ................. ........ C a lla Hadley Norman Porter ....... Hubert Hendrix Penny ,,,,,,,,,,...,4. .......... B ee Morgan Gram ,A,,,, .................. S ara Jordan Caleb ,,,,, ........ W arren Pepperdine filgrk ,,,,,, ........... V ernon Hansen Alanis .,,,, ........ L oisann Erickson Lydia ,e.,. ....... Z andra Thomas Joanna ,,.,.,, ....... A nita Turner Kerry ,,,,. ............ D ave Gray Greg ,,,,,,, ......... B ob Holloway Henri ,,,,,. ......... K enneth F aler Claire ..... .................... B etty Amos Elsie ,..,,,. .......... C arma Lou johnson Lucile ............... ............... E dith Kevan Delivery Boy ........ ........ G eorge Iakway Harrison Day ...... ........ C hris Jensen EXECUTIVE STAFF Assistant to the Director ......... ............................................. ............... B e tty Rees Prompter ........................... ........ L ucille Langdon Business Manager .......................,.........................,..............,......................................... Bonnie AlLee Advertising Manager .................................................................................................. Esther Winkler Joyce Swartley, Virginia Martyn, Mary Virginia Bailey, Grace Amos Property Managers ............. . ..................................................,..................................... Colleen Carter Bob Cook, Barbara Palisch, Rita Munier, Beverly Crowley, Tom Doyle, LaDouna Hankins Costume Managers ...................................................................................................... Launa Scholes Shirley Goodyear, Harleen Cambrel, Elaine Bodenstab Make-up .......................................................................,............................................., Barbara White Caroline Clark, Betty Stover, Billie Bockwitz, Nora May Teague, Laurelie Chaney, Joanne Stafford House Chairman ....... .......................................................... ............. D o nna Custer Programs ............. ......... M ary Jean Deagle Tickets ................. ............................................................................................... N ancy Shipley Stage Managers .................................................................................. Tom Doyle, Herbert Cowharn LaDonna Hankins, Eugene Neff, Bud Yaden Eleviriviarw ...... ..-..-........................................... ........... ......,........ E b b ert Gepner, Verl Knauss Little Women Little Women Senior Class Play JANUARY 29-30, 1948 Director, Shirley Pope C A S T Meg, the eldest ........ ..................-- Joe, the playwright ....,... Beth, the housekeeper ....... Amy, the artist ..................... Mrs. March, their mother ......., Mr. March, their father .......----. ----------------- Aunt March, Mr. March's elderly sister ....... Hannah Mullet, the cook ...................... Mr. Laurence, a wealthy neighbor ..,,.. Laurie, his grandson .....,................. Iohn Brooke, Laurie's teacher .......,., Professor Bhaer, a German teacher ...... First Girl ..................v......................... Second Girl ....... Third Girl ...... Fourth Girl ...... ...................................... EXECUTIVE STAFF Assistant to the Director ....... ...................................,............ .......joyce Whitehead ,.............Betty Rees ........Beverly Crowley ........Colleen Carter .......Esther Winkler .........Bob Holloway .......Loisann Erickson ..-Barbara Leland .........Ja1nes Danner ..............Dave Cray ..........Marvin Centers ........Robert McMillan .....,..Phyllis Poppie ......,.Barbara White ..........Er1na Fausett ........Marjorie Harp ,.........Barbara Palisch Business Manager .......... ......... B etty Amos Advertising Manager ...,.... ........ B ee Morgan Property Mistress ...................................................................................... ............. B onnie AlLee Assistants .............................................................................................................. Doris Ann Weaver LeRoy Flatt, Don Arrington, Marvin Centers Costume Mistress ...............................................................................,...... .............. B illie Bockwitz Assistants ................. ........................ ...................................... ........ Wilma Sears, Emma Nishizaki Makeup ............. .......................................................... House Chairman ...... Programs ........... Tickets .................. Stage Manager ........ Electrician .... ....... . Betty Jean Robinson ........Barbara White ....,..Barbara Andrews Jacqueline Beymer ..........Evelyn Dean .......Ebbert Cepner ............Gene Neff The High School Mystery The High School Mystery Junior Class Play MARCH 18-19, 1948 Directed by Shirley Pope C A S T Miss Fielding, the drama coach ...... ..............,,. Laura Crowder, the heroine ...........,.. Dorothy Russell, the comedy maid ........ Mary Lee, the character lady ............ Miss Jefferies, the assistant director ...,.. Mrs. Reed, Victor's mother .... ......... Earl Sayles, the hero ...,....., Victor Reed, Villain ...................,.. Raul Butler, the character man ..,.... Joe, the stage manager ............ ..... Jack Howard, the author ....... Jason Shaw, the sheriff ........ EXECUTIVE STAFF r Assistant lo the Director ....... .,....,.....,.v.............,.............,......,.. . Prompter ............................. Business Manager ....... .,,,...Helen McEwen ......,.Lona Grabert .......Editl1 Kevan .......Merry Staynor ..Mary Jean Deagle .,......Joyce Swartley .......Vernon Hansen Don Carroll Warren Pepperdine ...,....,...........Ioe Hawes ..,....Lloyd Webb .......Bob Stansbury . .....,... George Ialcway ..Marianna Penwell ...........Louise Hall Advertising Manager ...........,..................Y.....................................................,..... .... ...... B e tty Beasley Property Managers ..........................................v............,........................................................ Pat Price Glenna Hostetler, Lonabelle Stevens, Verle Knauss, Don Hazard Costume Managers .......................................................................... , .......... ........... E l aine Bodenstab Helen Stammerjohn, Annetta Morrison, Betty Wurst Makeup .................................................. ...................... .......................... D 0 nna Custer, Jeanne Sears Grace Amos, Donna Lanway, Mary lean Deagle, Virginia Martyn House Chairman ...................................,....,...............,......,..,............................. Carma Lou johnson Programs ............ .... ....,......... .......... ......... N a n c y Shipley, Nancy Magel, Janet Gillespie Tickets ...,.............................................. .... .............................,....,................... Eloise Arden Roseberry janet Gillespie, Margaret Weaver, Nancy Magel Stage Managers .... ................,..,.................,......,......................................... B ill Porter, V'erle Knauss Electrician ..,...... ..............,............ B ill Taylor Sound Effects ........ ........ C harles Conway Thespian The Thespian Troupe has greatly increased its membership in the past year. It has spon- sored an after-game dance and has entertained with several parties. In putting on dramatic activities, the Troupe has devoted itself to attaining a high standard of skill in all its productions and to setting a goal for all Twin Falls students inter- ested in advancing appreciation of the fine art of acting. Our new dramatic coach, Miss Shirley Pope, has pleased both casts and audiences with her wise selection of plays and fine directing ability. 0ff1C6PS President ---------- - jackie Beymer Vice-President - - - - Colleen Carter Secretary-Treasurer - - Margaret Weaver Historian ---- - - Bob Holloway Sponsor ---- - Miss Shirley Pope First Row: Betty Robinson, Esther VVinkler, Bonnie AlLee, jackie Beymer, Robert Holloway, Colleen Carter, Margaret Weaver, Miss Shirley Pope, Peggy Ringwood, Barbara White. Second Row: Sarah jordan, Billie Bockwitz, Barbara Leland, Betty Owenby, Maxine Paris, Donna Custer, Doris VVeaver, Beverly Crowley. Third Row: Mary lean Deagle, Nancy Shipley, Emma Nishizaki, Edith Kevan, Loisann Erick- son, Betty Rees, Evelyn Dean, Bee Morgan. Fourth Row: VVarren Pepperdine, joe Rile, Lauren Craig, Bill Watts, Chris Jensen, Marvin Centers, Vernon Hansen, Max Kirkland, Dave Gray. 'S 46 XNXlNi fl- wjlla 7-JJ. Wm 'f ykffw wife X' f x.5'13-32,6 Sports 4, eg. Funds to finance the groupis activities are provided by the sale of "hot dogs" at the Dis- Girls' Athletic Association The Girls' Athletic Association is an organization whose purpose is to provide wholesome physical recreation for girls. Included on the program of sports are softball, volley ball, bowl- ing, and badminton. Last spring forty members attended a Play Day on the campus of the Southern Idaho College of Education. Five were delegates to a similar festival sponsored by Boise High School. It is planned to send representatives of the Association to such meetings this spring. triet Basketball Tournament. President - Vice-President Secretary - 'Treasurer - Sponsor - Officers - - Ioline Lyons - Peggy Ringwood Rae Louise Salisbury - - Beverly VVard Miss Mary Andersen First Row: joline Lyons, Dean F ord, Rae Salisbury, Beverly Ward, Peggy Ringwood, Miss Andersen. Second Row: Calla Hadley, Patricia Parrett, Maxine Paris, Nancy Magel, Jane Diffendarfer, Marjorie Pennock. Norma F ulmer, Cleo VVhittekiend, Anita Turner, Joyce WVatkins, Donna Lanway. Third Row: Loisann Erickson, Marianna Penwell, Theda Hull, Erma Cowham, Bertine Lang- don. Patsie Cooper, Donna Gepner. May Kaneta, Zandra Thomas. Fourth How: Marilyn Green, janet Gillespie, Rtmemary VVilson, Lucille Langdon, Ruth Eslinger, Vernalda Strong, Betty XVurst, Emma Nishizaki, Grace johnson. F ifllz lime: Shirley Goodyear. Connie Holmes, Catherine Conant, Helen McEwen, Nola Min- shew. Aki Semba, JoAnn Gascoigne, Bee Morgan, Joyce Swartley. Bruin lub The Bruin Club is comprised of boys who have earned letters in at least one of the major sports-football, basketball, track. or baseball. Its purpose is to further athletic activity and to promote good sportsmanship and school pep. Members have assisted with all athletic events. The club sponsored the annual District Tournament Dance, Color XVcek. Bruin Dance. and sold con- cessions at the athletic contests. Officers President - - - - Tom Bucklin Vice-President - - - Cene Cooper SCCVCHITU-TTCllSllfl'f - - Bob Martyn Sergeant-at-arms - - Bob Drips First Row: Bob Parish, Le-Roy Flatt, Bob Drips, Toni Bucklin, Bob Martyn, Don ML-Bride, Bill DeVVald. Second Row: jerry Kleinkopf, Vtfayne Ford. Duane Bell, Bob Long, Jay Call, Bob Stans- Ralph Arrington. Third Row: Max Kirkland, Kenneth McBeth, Dick Church. Bill Riach, Dale Neilson. Merlin Howard, Duane Serpa. Fourth How: Junior Bowyer. Carl Toupin, Dave Cray, Frank Cikiu, Hank Candiaga, Cone Cooper, Dick Bailey. Fifth Row: jirn Danner, Hubert Hendrix, Norton Morse, Bob Duncan, David Hansing, Jack Cross, Tommy Day. Sixth Row: Coach Halliday, Martin YVilkinson, Fred Leopold, Randall Russell, Bohhy King. Coach Powers. Ski Club A street corner or a snow-covered mountain slope? The Ski Club helps to provide clean, healthful recreation by stimulating the interest in skiing. Nearly every Saturday bus transportation to Magic Mountain was arranged for high school devotees of this winter sport. An added attraction was a week-end trip to Sun Valley. To the Ski Club goes the honor of initiating the Talent Show which will probably become an annual attraction. S O Officers President - ----- - - LeRoy Flatt Vice-President - - Bill Taylor Treasurer - Annette Couberly Secretary - - Betty Beasley Sponsor - Mr. John D. Flatt Twin Falls High Scl1ool's First Ski Team VARSITY SKI TEAM Bud Detweiler, jim Brown, Dick Bailey, Don Carroll, Bob Duncan, Duane Bell, Roy Ellsworth. LeRoy Flatt, Bob Stansbury, Hank Gaudiaga, Coach Flatt OFFICERS AND UNIT CHAIRMEN Firs! Row: Virginia Higgins, Helen ML-Ewen. Doris Vlleaver, Joyce Fisher, Joline Lyons. Second Row: Betty Rees, Loisann Erickson, Ruth Beecher, Esther VVinkler, Deon Ford. Tliira' Row: Erma Faueett, Betty Ownby, Calla Hadley, Carina Lou johnson, Nancy Shipley. Pep Club The membership of the Pep Club, which now numbers 120, is evidence of its popularity. This year, for the first time. any interested student could be admitted. A new system of dividing the club into units gives each boy and girl an opportunity to participate in some activity. There are 12 units with 10 members each. The objectives of this organization are to promote pep, to usher at games. to build friendships between Twin Falls High School and competing schools, and to inspire all students with the ideals of good sportsmanship. Offlcers President - - - ----- - Doris WVeaver Vice-President - - - Ioline Lyons Recording Secretary - - - Joyce Fisher Corresponding Secretary - - Helen McEwen Treasurer ----- - - Virginia Higgins Sponsor - - Mr. Chester Hansen Twirlers Left In Right: Shirley Hamm, Ioan Fisher, Betty Stover, Pat Erwin, Pat Mocllin, joAlta1 Bishop, Ruth Eslinger, Phyllis F lynn, Dclloru Tllfllllilllgll, Grace Amos. Yell Leaders Don Bell Virginia Higgins Bob Sl'1ll1SlJlll'j" Maggie Gancliaga Aloycc Moen' Bev. Crowley Donna Young 4? 'S' gil 'D' 40 . " Q' N fb? GQ 455 3 QQ? OOO 4? Q Qu QP O' fx Cv iv Creed Ellsworth B. Porter Taylor Gene Cooper All Big Six End 1947 Martyn Duncan Hansen Church Halley McBride E. Sclmftner B. McMillan J. Klcinkopf VV. Ford B. Riach I. Danncr I. Cross T. Day H. Griggs II. Candiagu R. Arrington L. Flatt Q Oo -4' b 0 S' 5 5 -55 1? si Q' Q' 25' 6' 15" Q' Q' O' Q7 41 1 F ootball Scores Twin Falls-27 Twin Falls- Twin Falls Twin Falls- Twin F ails-- Twin Falls- Twin Falls- Twin Falls-6 Twin F alls-9 Coach Powers Oakley- 14 .................................Caldwell-0 .......Nampa-14 .,..........Burley-13 Idaho Falls-7 ...,.......,.....,...............Pocatello-31 .........VVest High, Salt Lake-20 ..,...............,....................B0ise-20 ....,,.-...Wliite Pine, Ely, Nev.-12 Jerry Kleinkopf All Big Six Back 1 947 VAR ITY I'X'iBvsde. Flair Kleanikopfr Cough- F Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Falls Falls Falls Falls Falls Falls Falls Falls Falls Falls Bunklun 38 .,.... -4:2 25 27 39 30 ..,... 30 ...... 45 ...,, 36 .,,.,. 26 .,,,. Oakley- Gooding- Rupert Pocatello- . Idaho Falls- Caldwell- Gooding- Boise Ioromv- Boise- Twin F alls-4 8 Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Twin Falls-36 Falls-30 Falls-32 F alls-43 Falls-31 F alls-32 Falls-41 Falls-38 Falls-31 Falls-38 Fil er-36 Pocatello Burley Bulil Idaho Falls Caldwell .... Nampa- Oakley Filer Nampa Bulil ASKETBALL Wu Ykfana ,xi Fo rd X sin g ":": S 1 . . - x . , Nielson , A CQLBW DISTRICT CLASS A TOURNAMENT REGIONAL CLASS A TOURNAMENT Twin Falls-27 ..................,................... Burley- AT BOISE Twin Falls-81 ..... .......... F iler- Twin Falls-24 ....................,......... ..... N ampa-37 Twin Falls-23 ........ ....... G ooding- Twin F alls-39 ......... . ...... ........ B oise-42 Twin F alls-44 ,..................................... Rupert- Twin Falls-38 ...................................... Burley- Burley Champion - Twin Falls Runner-up thletic Coaches Kermit Perrins-Cub Football, F reshman Basketball, Assistant Track "Monk" Halliday-Basketball, Baseball, Assistant Football "Hz1nk'l Powers-Football, Track "Mamie" Roth-Frcslzman Football, Cub Basketball Athletic anagers Harley Cambrcl-Cub Baskvtboll jim Danner-Track, '47 Tom Bucklin-Assistant Basketball Kenneth McBeth-Jr. Varsity Basketball Junior Bowyer-Basketball Chris Jensen-Baseball Big Six Champions-1947 Back How: Bill Porter, Robert Parish, King Block, Tom Bucklin, Bob Drips, Ronald McCracken, james Schutt, Kenneth McBetl1, Harold Prunty, Bill DeWVald, VVayne Buckendorf, Verl Knauss, Norton Morse. Middle Row: jim Donner, VVayne Ford, Frank Cikiu, Bob Stansbury, Jay Call, Gene Caldwell. Herbert Deagle, Don McBride, Ralph Arrington, VVayne Pickett, Frank Sato, Coach Powers. Front Row: Coach Kermit Perrins, Harry Turner, Jack Cross, John Rogers, joe Hine, Byron Snyder, Hank Gandiaga, Gene Cooper, Jerry Kleinkopf, Duane Bell, Drexel Livingston. BIG SIX MEET Twin Falls ........ ..... 4 2 1-5 Pocatello .............,..,. 39 1-2 Boise ..... ...... 3 9 1-5 BIG SIX RECORDS VVinner VVest End Meet at Rogers-100-yard dash. Snyder-220-yard dash Buhl 880-yard relay-Rogers, Deagle-220-yard low Winner Hank Powers' Re- Snyder, Deagle, Cross hurdles 5 lay Carnival District Champions-1947 Buck Row: Dick Wright, Merlin Howard, Gary Wilson, Fred Leopold, Donald Garrison, Bob Duncan, Martin XVilkerson, Chris Jensen. Middle Row: Bob Maryn, Lentz Crandall, Dave Gray, Carl Toupin, Bob Long, Max Kirkland, Dale Neilson, LeRoy Flatt, Tommy Houston, Coach Halliday. Front Row: Phil Burkhart, Ronald McCracken, Cecil Stanger, King Block, Bud Howard, Hubert Hendrix, Randall Russell, Wayne Murphy. Varsity Baseball Boise- 8 Gooding- 0 Boise- 8 Boise- 8 Twin Falls 12 ...... ....... F iler- 4 Twin Falls- Twin Falls 9 .,.... ....... B uhl- 3 Twin Falls- Twin Falls 8 ............,... Jerome- 1 Twin Falls Twin Falls 11 ,..,.......... Gooding- 2 Twin Falls Twin Falls 2 ....... .......... B oise- 6 Twin Falls Twin Falls- 2 ...,... ...... B oise-14 Twin Falls DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Twin Falls- 3 ............................,..... Shoshone- 4 Twin Falls-17 ........,........................, Castleford- 1 Twin Falls- 8 ...................................... Jerome- 3 Twin Falls District Champions Boise- 9 Twin Falls- 1 ....... ......... B uhl Twin Falls-10 ....... ..... J erome Twin Falls Second Team- 0 .....,...,.. Jerome Second Team- 2 ............ Jerome Boise-12 Second Team- 4 Filer STATE TOURNAMENT-LEWISTON, IDAHO Twin Falls- 2 ...............................,........ Boise- 6 Twin Falls- 9 ..... ....... K amiah- 1 Twin Falls- 1 ..... ...,. P ocatello- 3 Cub Football First Row: Fred Leopold, John Chevalier, Bill DeWald, Merlin Howard, Arvid Craig, Chad Hull, Howard Hill, Duane Serpa. Second How: Dean Brown, Ronald Carter, Gene Mills, Duane Bottoms, Kay Larsen, Tom F alash, Chuck Walls, Robert Flynn, Nolan Ford, Harold Prunty, Coach Kermit Perrins. Third Bow: Denzel Martindale, Garland Green, Bill Warberg, Ioe Rile, John Perkins, Sterling Martin, Kenneth Hansen. Fourth Row: Marvin Trent, Neil Morrison, Verne Barnard, Carl Toupin, Bob Mingo, James Priest, Dale Parsons. Junior Varsity Basketball First Row: Ralph Arrington, Grant F reeman, Marion Hiskey, Jack Cross, Dick Bloomer, Duane Bell, Don Hazard, Bill DeVVald. Second Row: Coach Kermit Perrins, Harold Prunty, Bill Taylor, Bill Riach, Skip Pierce, Tom Falush, Merlin Howard, Coach Halliday. uh Basketball Third Row: Harley Gambrel, Archie French, Max Thompson, Carl Toupin, Larry Daigh, Bob Thompson, Chad Hull. Second Row: Coach, Roth, Marlow Rovig, Ramon Shiunway, Nolan Ford, Dale Parsons, Bob Flynn, Duane Serpa, Conrad Larson. First Row: Bobby Falash, Bill DeVVald, Merlin Howard, jack Cross, Harold Prunty, Tom Falash. Freshman Football 'St - l . . . . First Row: Grant Freeman, Neil Morrison, james Priest, George Avant, john Merrill, Bob Mingo, Loyal Perry, Billy Munger Second Row: Coach Morris Roth, Edward Dean, Alvin Morgan, Davey Devereaux, Stanley Richardson, Dick F uendeling, Fred Butterworth, Jack Eastman, Manager Paul Block. Freshman Basketball First Row: Kenneth Davis, Richard Ensley, Marlo Rovig, George Avant. Duane Madron, Stanley Richardson, Loyal Perry, Buddy Hightower. Second Row: Morell Tennant, Neal VVirsching, Leon Lowe, john Merrill, Maynard Campbell. Billy Manger, Ronald Cook, Davey Devereaux, Carroll Carr, Coach Kermit Perrins. .!4CLI'l0l,UA6!?l'l'lel'lt to the Coyote StaPf for their cooperation and for many hours of work while compiling this annual, to Mr. Garth Reid, our sponsor, without whose advice, understanding, and patience this book could never have been produced, to the Dudley Studio for the marvelous photographs of classes and or- ganizations. to Jamie Groil? and Howard Miller, for assisting with photography, to the Sterling Photo for pictures, to the faculty for their helpfulness in aiding the staff to gather information and for their cooperation while student pictures were being taken. to both the students and the faculty for subscribing to this annual, to theTimes-News for printing and engravings, to the Mountain States Bindery for covers and binding. to all these and many more I sincerely say, "Thanks a Millionf' BARBARA IOHNSON, Editor ,ef L f. l . f i . ! 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