Buhl High School - Wakapa Yearbook (Buhl, ID)

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J I f .1 A. 'M' tx ,fl 1 ff kil'fv4' ' !Lo L-gif Q 'Cav' lfluhf, flcfaho HW EWU MR. FLOYD BOWERS Dedication Mr. Floyd Bowers . . . a man of in- telligence and responsibility . . . Does his work without fayoritism or prejudice . . . Teacher of American History . . . Strong partisan of American liberty and neu- trality . . . Football coach in Buhl for past scyen years . . . First year as principal oi' the high school . . . Received l!achelor's degree from Washington State college . . . Attended the Cheney State Normal School tor three years . . . Following four sum- mer's work, Mr. Bowers obtained his Master's degree in Education from Uni- versity of Idaho . . . Basketball refereeing his hobby . . . Likes to read a variety of books . . . Very fond of athletics . . . Farm worker as well as city dweller . . . Enjoys teaching history . . . To Mr. Bow- ers . . . who has given us much training in citizenship . . . we respectfully dedicate this yearbook . . . THE VVAKAPA . . . 1940. The Board of Education Chairman W. R. HATFIELD Clerk . . R. C. MORSE Treasurer . . C. C. VOELLER Instruction . . GEORGE L- WATT Building and Grounds R. E. HOPKINS Transpoitation . , . GAIL SAMUEL Bookkeeper MABEL SANDGREN Vocller. Morse. Hopkins. Samuel. Watt. Hatfield Loyal supporters of all school activities . . . Recent accomplishments have been refunding 850,000 bond . . . reducing the annual interest rate from 5"? to 2115 . . . Established Vocational Agricultural Department for boys five years ago . . . Introduced popular Homemaking Department recently . . . For past two vears they have worked to improve the athletic field . . . seeded it . . . put in sprinkling system . . . built a fine cinder track . . . Thev are considering building bleachers . . . Have built cement ap- proaches on both sides of the high school building . . . Students appreciate their continuous effort and help. 31 -be J-5 MR. GEORGE M. LIKENESS Cwln. Qeonqe 'WL fikenaaa, .Supanlntendlsnvt Born in Gardner, Illinois . . . Received Bachelor of Arts degree at Hanover, Indiana . . . Obtained Master of Arts degree from University of Kansas . . . At one time worked in railroad station . . . Was a history teacher at Soda Springs . . . Later became principal and superintendent . . Was at one time a basketball coach . . . Took his place very effectively in Buhl . . . Has been here for three years . . . President of Department of Superintendents last season . . . Sponsor of National Honor Society . . . Director of educational and social activities . . . Great friend of teacheis and students . . . Man of very few words . . . Ardent basketball fan . . . llobbies-baseball and fishing ..., A ble counselor to students . . . Capable manager of activities, winning respect and admiration of toxvn's people . . Has added several new courses to school curriculum . . . During his administration in Buhl, the high school's scholastic standing has remained high. Buhfs Versatile Faculty Mr. Floyd Bowers . . . Principal and Dean of Boys . . , American history' and civics teacher , . . Enjoys lecturing on corrupt politics . . . Gets the most out of I.-:rch paragraph in the history text . . . and makes his studs-nts learn it . . , Has made a great succe of his first year as principal. Miss Maurina Alde-coa . , . Has unusual talent for teaching Spanish , . . Teaches Spanish I and II . . . Also te-aches Louis XIV. Napoleon and Trojan wars , . , in other words. Early European history to Freshman. Miss Coaina Amstutz . . . Divides her time be-:wee-n freshman and junior Eng- lish . , . Also the girls' basketball coach . . . Coache-el successful girls' basketball teazns for several years . . . Capable advisor of girls' "B" Club. , ww Kendall VN ilson Bow ers Amstutz Aldecoa Olsen Nliss Lois Kendill ers atrle senior Eneli h te IC W 1 Xlcikes tunioi 'md scnior English classes interestinv eache eme t 1 e rch it Journalism in Sociology Help the braye students who h ixe struggled through Latin to learn all about Caesar Spe nds her spare timf in upe ix isrng publication of the Totem lVIrs Ruth Olsen Has a yy ay of making fieshn in English classe xery inter esting . , . Makes Early European history se-em re-'il for the freshmen . . . Substitutes for other tsichers whene ver necessary . . . Prefers substltuting in science department. 'VIrs. Rose J. Wilson . . . Sophomore English te-'tcher . . . Has '1 great talent for drama . . , Tewche-s the students of her speech cl'1,': to dr'im'iti:p-. pantomime. speak distinctly. 'md many other helpful things . . . Alpo -if eh'irer of de-cl'1m'ati . . . Has helped many stude nts to win honors in dr'1m'1tie.'. The Vocational Teachers and the Librarian Mr. Xvlllldlll Shively , . , Instructor in typing and shorthand , . . Has prepared many students for well-paying Jobs which th: V now hold . . , Dil.-cts 'ill plays given by the high school . . . Sponsors the Buhl Chapter of the National Tllt'SD1Z'1I'l Dramatic Society. Mr, Carl Curtis . . . Instructor of Bookkeeping. Business Principals and Early European history . . . Has been responsible for many excellent bookksepers who have graduated from Buhl High School . . . Keeps the books for all student body' activitits . . , Directs ticket sellers for all games. Miss Francis Annis . . . Instructor of Homemaking . . . Teaches the girls to be expert housekeeptrs . . . Instructs them in cooking. sewing. and budgeting . . . Capable new sponsor of the Junior-senior Girl Reserves. Mr, Carter Luther . . . Teacher ol' Agriculture .... - Xdvisor of Buhl Future Farm- trs ol' America , . . Has helped many boys to win honors in judging and raising prize stock . . . Miss Annis and Mr. Luther changed classes for several days . . . seemingly the rtsults were quite satisfactory. Mr. Gene Cooper . . . Instructor in Business Training . , . Teaches how to .let and how to work in the business world after graduation from high school , . . Assisted in coaching freshmin and sophomore football and basketball teams. Miss Mabel Sandgren . , . Mr. Likentss' capable secretary and librarian , . . Bookkeeper for Board of Education . . . Has a great variety if duties . . . Performs all of them in a most efficient manner '..4 Friend of the students . , . Supports school activities. Sandgrcn Shively Cooper Annis Luther Curtis 9-' X -s il jj Rudy, LL4ft Hc111'11i5c11 WIHOU P1L'I'CC The .1lllflll2l1lllfil'S,. Scimu-v. and .Uusir Telwhers Mar 111'1l'Il H1 111'1ks1-11 . . . 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Petersen FIRST SEMESTER CFFICERS Ffh:-: .Stanton CQQAA With many a happy thought about leaving school after four long years, and :t great many more dismal thoughts about leaving friends behind. the senior class of 1940 reminisces-They recall happy timers together . . . times when Chemistry Lab, was infested with those making-up experiments . . . Farther back. when Algebra was navigated with the study hall assistance of Miss Rudy. The Senior Class of 1940 entered high school in 1936 with Charley Wilson as president . . . During their freshman year they had one person on the debate team. one person representing them in yell-leading-three of the girls on basketball squad . . . Three in all-school play , . . John Rutherford and Alice Marie Taylor guided them through their second year , . . That same vear, members of the class participated in declamation. debate, football. and basketball . . . In their junior year they were led by Lillie Kodesh and Don Kroth . . . Presented as their class play, 'tHobgoblin House . . . Active in all clubs . , . Entered senior year as leaders of school . . . Elected Bill Babcock and James Juker as presidents . . . Activities. directed by Miss Rudy . . . Worked faithfully under Mr. Shively to produce the senior play "June Mad" . . . Outstanding in dramatics . . , Formed the Thespian Club . . . Presented the school with a Pep Band Show . . . Thirteen seniors on the National Honor Society roll . . . Upon graduating they left an empty spot in the hearts of their friends at school. Plans for the fuure show students choosing a variety of schools . . . University of ldaho . . . Lillie Kodesh. Doris Lewton. Bill Babcock. Lee Beager. Warren Berry. Sim Churchfield. Virgil Fransen. Glen Hart. Donald Hicks. Ralph Howard. Harold McFarlin. Hans Niichel. Denny Patrick. Ted Saulie. Ward Sizemore. Robert Wall. Robert Waud and Charley Wilson. Albion . . . Maxine Baxter. Ruth Meyer. Joyce Carson. Virginia Cox. Maxine Harvey. Ruth Palisch. Dorothy Petersen. Katherine Scott, Louise Starkey. Claribelle Walcott. Cleo Pharis. and Mildred Houk. Business College . . . Edna Merle Brabb. Ethel Davis. Edna Johnson. Dona Killian. Agnes Smith. Dorothy Stoddard. Howard Carson and Vera Garrison. University of Montana . . . Dorothy Allen. Southern Branch , . . Effie Davis. Marie Kerpa. John Rutherford. Merrill Skinner. Don Smith. Marvin Winn. Jack Bishop. Emil Dameron. Eugene Hobson. Don Kroth and Jane Gibb. Colorado Womens College . . . Harriet Holmes and Billie Lou Van Riper. St, Lukes . . .' Lila Radford Rozalle Todd, Southern Methodist University .,.' Inez Rogers. Brigham 'Young University . . . Doris Venter. Jr, College . . . Alice Marie Taylor. Pasadena Playhouse . . . Paul Kliss SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS Rogers. Lewton. Mason. Juker BILL BABCOCK-Council 4: Class President -1: Treasurer 2: Band 1-2-3-4: Pep Band 2-3-4: National Honor Society 4: Totem Staff 4: "B" Club 3-4: Football 3-4. DOROTHY J. ALLEN-Glee Club 1-2-3-4: Na- tional Honor Society 4: Thespians 4: Girl Reserve 1-2-3-4: Wakapa Staff 4: Totem Staff 4: "Oh! Professor" 2: "Stephen Fosterv 4: Production Staff "Huckleberry Finn" 1: "Pickles" 2: "Purple Towers" 1: "June Madl' 4. MAXINE BAXTER-Girl Reserve 1-2: Produc- tion Staff "Hobgoblin House" 3: Production Staff "June Mad" 4. LEE BEAGER-F.F.A. l-2-3-4: Vice President 3-4 WARREN BERRY- -Student Association Presi- dent 4: Sargeant-at-arms 3: Class Secretary 3-4: Business Manager "Wakapa" 4: Totem Staff 4: UB" Club 2-3-4: President 4: Football 2-3-41 "Hobgoblin House" 3: Production Staff "Stephen Foster" 4. EDNA MERLE BRABB-Girl Reserve 3: Li- brary Helper 3-4. Q? 'T 'Tr' QI' T? 5,163 'Q '5.i4 JOYCE CARSON-Glee Club 1-3-4: Girl Reserve 1-23 Library Helper 3: Declamation contest 4. JOE E. BRUFFEY-Park High School. Livingston. Montana 1: Totem Staff 4. HOWARD CARSON-Totem Staff 4. ROBERTA CLARK-Girl Reserve I 2 'E 4 VIRGINIA COX-Girl Reserve 1-2- 3-41 Cabinet 1-2-3-4: Tumbling Team 1: Yell Leader 4: Library Helper 4: "Huckleberry Finn' l: "Oh! Professor" 2: "Stephen Fos- ter" 4: Production Staff "Hob- goblin House" 3: "Purple Tow- ers" 1: "Pickles" 2: Glee Club 1-2-3-4. SIM CHURCHFIELD BILLIE FAIT-Orchestra 1-2: Girl Reserve 11 "B" Club 2-3-43 Secre- tary-Treasurer 4: Basketball 2, GLEN HART-F'.F.A. 1-2-3-4. MARVIN HERZINGER - l".F.A. 1-2--4. ROSA LEE FRANSEN-Girl Re- serve Zi: Library Helper 3-4: Tum- bling Team 1. VERA GARRISOX---Girl Refervt- 4: Library Helper Z3-41 Profiuetiou Stuff "Stephen Fosteru 4: Produc- tion Stuff "June Mud" 4. DONALD HICKS--Student CllliIlL'll -ll F.F.A. l-2-3-41 SL'CI'L'lill'X -i4i Dtelzimution 4. VIRGIL FRANSEN-F.F.A. 1-2-3-4: Treasurer 4: "B" Club 4: Football 4. EFFIE DAVIS--Burley High School. Burlgy lcluho 1-2: Class Secretary 3: Thespians 4: Fen-1'a'tzi1'Y 4: Gill Reserve 3-4: Cabinet 4: Wakagta Stuff 4: Totem Staff 3: Basketball Trainer 4: Library Helper 4: Production Staff "Hobgoblin House" 3: "B" Club 4. ETIIEL DAVIS--Murphy High School. Murphy. North Carolina 11 Class Vice President 3: Girl Reserves 2-4. BILL GLASGOW ARVIL HANSHEW-Kimberly High School. Kimberly, Idaho 1-23 F.F.A. 3-43 "B" Club 41 Football 4. VIOLET DENNEY-Glee Club 1: Girl Reserve 11 Library Helper 3-4g Production Staff "Hob- goblin House" 3: Tumbling Team 1. af 1 .Q 0- f-:.-r '96- EUGENE HOBSON-Student Council -1: Class Vice President 2: Glee Club 3-4: Band 1-2-4: Wakapa Staff 4: Totem Staff 4: "B" Club 3-4: Football 4: Track 3: Production Staff "Hobgoblin Housev 3. JANE GIBB-Glcc Club 1-2-3: National Hon- or Society 4: Girl Reserve 1-2: Wakapa Staff -1: Declamation 4: Office Helper 3-4: "Pickles" 2: Production Staff "June Mad"-1. BARBARA R. GREEN-Glie Club 1-2: Girl Reserve 1: "Pickles" RALPH G. HOWARD BEN JONES-Scquiin High School. Scquiin. Washington 2-3. MAXINE HARVEY-Glee Club 1-2-3-4: Girl Reserve 1-2-3: Totem Staff 43 Library Helper 3-43 "Pickles" 2: Dlclamation 4. .gs bib 1 gf 17? 36 QF i ,ag 99 ""' at HARRIETTE HOLMES Student Council 4 Glcc Club 12 3 Or c estra 12 Band 1234 ep Band 2 54 National Honor So cietv 4 Thespians 4 Girl Reserves 3 4 Vice President 4 Wakapa Statf 3 4 Editor 4 Tottm Staff 4 Production Staff Huckleberry inn St phen Foster Pickles 2 Production Staff Pickles 2 Declamat1on3 June Ma 4 JAMES JUKER Ma on City High School Mason City Nebraska l Class Prcsidcnt 4 B Club 4 Football 4 JOSEPH 'VI KALISEK Hoxulls High School Hovxclls Nebraska 12 3 Glu Club 4 Orchestra 4 Band 4 IILDRED HOUK-Girl Reserve 1-2, ROZENA HUTCHINSON - Glee Club 1: Production Staff "Hob- goblin House" 3: "Stephen Foster" 4. H. PAUL KLISS-Orchestra 2-3: Band 1-2-3-4: Pep Band 2-3-4: Student Conductor 4: National Honor Society 4: National Forensic League 1-2-3-4: Thespians 4: Presi- dent 4: Declamation 1-2-3: "Huck- leberry Finn" 1: "Oh! Professor" 2: "Hobgoblin House" 3: "Stephen Foster" 4: Production Staff "Ben Allah" 4: "June Mad" 4. LILLIE KODESHfStudcnt Council 2: Class Prcsidcnt 3: Girl Rtscrvc l-2-4: Treasurer 2: Cabinct 2-4: "Juno Mad" 4. HARRY LEITCH--F.F.A. 3-4. Yhllli MASON--Class Sccrctaiy 4: Gln-Q Club 41 "B" Club 3--1: Sccrc- taiv 4: Football 3-4. DORIS LEWTON4Class Yict- Prusi- civiit -11 Svrgvant-at-Arms 31 Glcc Club l-2: Band 1-2-Ii: Ptp Band 3: Girl Rcst'l'x'u l-2-Zi: Wakapa Staff 4: Totum Staff 41 Tumbling TL-am lg I..llJl'1iI'X' Ht'lfJ4'l' Il: "Oli Profcs- .. 0 for ..: Baslavtbzill 41 "B" Club. lll"l'll fill-QYEII Studi-nt Council l IZ-13: Glu- Club l-2-Zi-4: Thes- oians 41 Girl Rvst-i".'v l-2-Z5-4: Cab- inct l-2-T3-41 Waliapzi Staif -li 'I'ot:-in Stuff 4: D claination Zi--li 'lkiinlwlinfq T1-am l: "Ubi Prolcs- N110 2: "Purplt- TirXN't'l'rH l: "Sunli- vn F1-stir" -li "Junt' Iliad" -l. ll.rXRUl.D li. Klc'FARl.lN -- Twin Pulls Hiuli School. lxxin lmills. Isl:-ho l: OI'L'lltSlI'll 41 Band 11-3-4. CHARLES KOLLMEYER-Student Council 2 Class 'Ifrcasurcr l: Orchestra 1-2-3-4: National Forensic Lcafzuc 4: I-'.F.A, l: Dcclamatlon 3 4 "Hobgobl1n House" 3: "Stn-phcn Fostcr 4 "Junc Mad" 4. EDNA JOHNSON-Girl RL-scrvc 3: Libraxy Hvlpvr 3: 'Hobgoblin House" 3: 'Stephen Foster" 4: Production Staff "June Mad 4 MARIE KERPAHOrclustra 11 Girl Rcstr l Basketball 4: 'Bu Club 41 Production Sa "Juno Mad" 4. DON KROTH---Student Council 4: Class Prtsi dent 3: Sccrftary l: Scrgcant-at-Arms 4 Glcc Club 41 "B" Club 3-43 Football 33 Track 4 "Sta-phcn Foster" 4. HUGH LAW-F.F.A. 1-2-3: Totem Staff 4 Dcclamation 4: "Juno Mad" 4. DONA BETH KILLIAN-Glec Club l 2 3 4 Girl Rcscrve 1-2-41 Cabinet 43 "Pick es Production Staff "Juno Mad" 4. v Qs . D 'Ps 'F Q DONALD MCNELLY-F.F.A. 1-2-3-4.i OPAL OLSON-Class Secretary 2: Girl Reserve 1-2-3-4: Library Helper 4. RUTH PALISCH-Glee Club 1-2-3-4: Girl Re- serve 3-4: "Pickles" 2. HANS NIICHEL-National Honor Society 3-41 Thespians 4: Wakapa Staff 4: Totem Staff 4: "B" Club 4: Basketball Trainer 4: "Hob- goblin House" 3: Stephen Foster" 4: Decla- mation 4. fY,,Z,C,,,'1 ,kv cf-MA- .ae.ff4t.,w.,t.M-Jfv ju ..z,,7wL-4 -,nu-is-"il Lf, ov-44 UJW DENNY PATRICK-Student Council 1: Class Vice President 2: Glee Club 1-2-3-4: Totem Staff 3: "B" Club 3-4: Vice President 4: Football 3-4. DOROTHY PETERSEN-Class Treasurer 4: Glee Club 4: Orchestra 3: Girl Reserve 1-2-3-4: President 2: Treasurer 4: Cabinet 1-3: Li- brary Helper 4: "Stephen Foster" 4: Produc- tion Staff t'Huckleberry Finn" 1: Production Staff "June Mad" 4: Declamation 4. 1 ,36- 05 OG' '35-is 'Ww- 5- LILA RADFORD-Orchestra 1-2-3-4: Band l-2-3-4: Pep Band 2-3-43 Girl Reserve 2-4: Totem Staff 3: Li- brary Helper 4. CLEO PHARIS-Glce Club 3-4: "B" Club 3-4: Track 2-3: i'Stephen Foster" 4. READ REAMS-Twin Falls High School. Twin Falls. Idaho l-2: Kimberly High School. Kimberly, Idaho 3: F.F.A. 4. INEZ NORINE ROGERS - Class Treasurer 4: Glee Club l-2-3-4: Orchestra 2-3-4: Band 3: Pep Band 3: National Honor Society 3-4: Treasurer 4: Thespians 4: Girl Reserve 1-2-3-4: Cabinet l-2-3-4: 'Stephen Foster" 4. -21., :QU KATHERINE SCOTT-Filer Rural High School, Filer, Idaho 2-3: Glee Club 4: Girl Reserve 4: "Stephen Foster" 4. DELMAR REED-Glee Club 4: Football Trainer 4, ALICE MARIE TAYLOR-Student Association Secretary 4: Class President 3: Glce Club 1-21 Girl Rv:'erx'e 1-2: Vice President 2: "B" Club 2-3-4: President 4: Basketball 2-3-4: Captain 4: Yell Leader 4: "June Mad" 4. DALE E. SISSON-Denel County High School. Chappell. Nebraska 1, WARD SIZEIVIORE--Student Coun- cil 41 "B" Club 3-4: Football 4: Baisketball 4: Track 31 Production Staff "June Mad" 4. ROZl'II.Ll-I TODD---Class 'l'i'L-zisiiiwi' Ill Glu' Club Il. JUNE T.-XYLOR Gln-if Club l-2-Zi-4: Girl lit-st'i'x'e 1-2-3-41 Tuinhling Ttzun li 1.llJl'llI'X Ilvlpei' Il: "Pick- lt-s" 2. HOBIEHT SY.fXNL'.-Xlt.-Xglf.l"..-X. 1-2- Ii--l. JOHN RUTHERFORD-Class President 2: F, F. A. 1-2-3-4. AGNES SMITH-Glee Club 1: Girl Reserve l: Library Helper 4: 'tHobgoblin House" 3. LOUISE STARKEY-Student Council -1: Thes- pians 4: Girl Reserve 1-2-3-4: Secretary 1: Cabinet 1-2-3-4: 'Hobgoblin House" 3: Pro- duction Staff: "Stephen Foster" 4: "June Mad" 4. TED SAULIE-Class Sergeant-at-Arms 3: Glec Club 4: "Stephen Foster" 4: Track Manager 4. JIM R. SHADDUCK-South Sioux City High School, Sioux City. Nebraska 1: Glee Club 43 Orchestra 2-3-4: Band 2-3-4: Pep Band 2-3-4: Thespians 4: Totem Staff 4: Track 3: "Hob- goblin House" 3. DOROTHY STODDARD-Glee Club 1-2-3-4: Library Helper 3: "Stephen Foster" 4: "Pickles" 2. 06 36 DON SMITH-Glee Club 1-2-3-4: "Stephen Fos- ter" 4: "Pickles" 2. LILLIAN TVRDY-Student Council 1: Class Vice President 2: Class Treasurer 2: Produc- tion Staff "Stephen Foster" 4: Production Staff "June Mad" 4. BILLIE LOU VAN RIPER-Glee Club 1-2-3-4: Thespians 4: Girl Reserve 1-2-3-4: Cabinet 2-3-4: Wakapa Staff 4: Totem Staff 3-4: "Stephen Foster" 4: Production Staff "Huckle- berry Finn" I: "Oh! Professor" 2: "Hob- goblin House" 3: "Purple Towers" 1: "Pickles" 2. MERRILL LEON SKINNER - Class Vice President 1: Glee Club I-2-3-4: F.F.A. 1: Thespians 4: "B" Club 3-4: Treasurer 4: Football 4: Basketball 4: Track 3-41 Yell Leader 1-2: "Huckleberry Finn" 1: "Oh! Pro- fessor" 2: "Stephen Foster" 4: "Pickles" 2: "Purple Towers" I3 Declaination 4. ROBERT L. WALL-Band l-2-3-4: Pep Band 2-3-4: Totem Staff 4: "B" Club 4: Football Trainer 43 "June Mad" 4. DORIS VENTER-Class Secretary 1: Glee Club 1-2-3-4: National Honor Society 3-43 National Forensic League 1-2-3-4: Thespians 4: Girl Reserve I-2-3-4: President 4: Cabinet 2-3: Wakapa Staff 4: Debate 1-2-3: "Huckleberry Finn" 1: "Hobgoblin House" 3: Production Staff "Oh! Professor" 2: 'Purple Towersu 1: 'tickles" 2: "Stephen Foster" 4. 36- 'Ei' QF '98 it Aux.- -li- 99 ix 'si-5' CLARIBELLE WALCOTT - Glee -PO 0' i B Club 1-2-3-4: Orchestra 1-2-3-45 Thespians 4: Girl Reserve 1-2-4: Cabinet 4: Totem Staff 4: Decla- mation 3: Debate 3: Library Help- er 4: "Hobgoblin House" 3: i'Steph- en Foster" 41 "Pickles" 2. OB WAUD-Student Association Business Manager 4: Student Council 3-4: Glee Club 1: Orches- tra 3: Band 1-2-3-4: Pep Band 2-3-4: National Forensic League 3-4: F.F.A. 1-2-43 Thespians 42 Treasurer 4: Debate 3: "Huckle- berry Finn" 1: "Oh! Professor" 2 "Pur le Towers" 1 "Jun Mad" 4 D " I 'L' . CHARLEY WILSON-Student As- . R B sociation Vice President 3: Presi- dent 4: Student Council 3-43 Class President 1: National Honor So- ciety 3-4: F.F.A. 1-2-3-4: Reporter 2: Treasurer 3: President 4: Dis- triet President 4: Wakapa Staff 4: "B" Club 41 Football Trainer 4. UBY LOU WILLIAMS-Girl Re- serve 2-3-4: Secretary 4: Cabinet 41 Library Helper 4: "Stephen Fos- ter" 4. ETTY LOU WILSON-Glee Club 1-2-3-4: National Honor Society 4: Girl Reserve 4: Cabinet 4: Toteni Staff 4: Library Helper 3-4: "Here Comes Charlie" 1: Hobgoblin Hous1"' 3: Production Staff "Huck- elberry Finn" 2: 'Purple Towers' 2. MARVIN WINN - Student Associ- ation Treasurer 4: Student Coun- cil 1-2-3-4: National Honor So- ciety 3-4: President 4: F.F.A. 1: Thespians 4: "Oh! Professor" 2: "Hobgoblin House" 3: Production Staff "Stephen Foster" 4: "June Mad" 4. Qwll-vw, Adi,-7 ZZ LOUISE WRIGHT-Student Council 3-43 Glee Club 1-2-3-43 National Honor Society 4: Girl Reserve 1-2-3-43 Cabinet 4: Totem Staff 4g Declamation 3: Library Helper 4: Production Staff "Hobgoblin House" 3: "Pickles" 2: 'Stephen Foster' 4. JACK BISHOP-Student Association Sergeant-at-Arms 4: Orchestra 1-2-3-4: F.F.A. 2-3: "B" Club 43 Football 4: Student Council 4. RAY GILMORE-Bridgeport High School. Bridgeport. Oklahoma 1-21 F.F.A. 23 "June Mad" 4. HAROLD E. GREEN-F.F.A. 1-2-3. Dear Old-timer: I know you've heard about how girls gossip . . . I heard a good example the other day . . , Alice Taylor said, "I don't see why he dates her-She's a rotten dancer. Effie Davis said, "No, she can't dance. but she can sure intermission!" . . . That reminds me . . . Said Don Kroth to Dorothy Peterson, "How about a little kiss, Dor- othy?" To which Dorothy answered, "Nope, I have scruplesf' "Oh that's said Don. "I've been vaccinated." . . , Philosophical Hugh Law says only one man in a thousand is a leader of men. The other 999 are followers of women . . . Jack Bishop told Mr. Willott that he didn't think he deserved a zero. Mr. Willott didn't either, but that was the lowest grade he was allowed to give . . . Betty Wilson has such beautiful long hair. She ought to comb it over her face, It would go over with a bang. Doris Lewton says, 'tYou can't eat your cake and have "IT" too. June Taylor re- turns that with, "Yeah. and now days a girl can live alone and lack IT." . . . For the longest time Charles Kollmeyer thought a neckerchief was the president of a girls' club . . . The other day Miss Kendall said, " 'I have went'. What's wrong with that. James?" "Bright-boy" Juker said, "Cuz you ain't went yet" . . . Using his most disgusted tone, Bill Babcock said, "Every girl wants to go with Tom. Dick, and marry" . . . A city slicker, visiting Buhl, met Wormy Wall on the street in town one day and asked him, "Are there very many big men born in this town?" Wormy very innocently replied, "No, just babies" . . . Warren Berry went to see Louise Wright. When she appeared she exclaimed. "Oh. Warren! You've asked father!" "No, dear." Warren said, "I've just been in an automobile acciednt" , . . The doctor told Ray Gilmore that fish was a brain food. He recommended that Ray start with a whale . . , After all of Bowers' good teachings Claribelle still says a mandate is an engagement with a gentlemen . . . Inez Rogers, who likes dogs. says. "The best kind of a dog is a hot dog. It never bites the hand that feeds it. It feeds the hand that bites it" . . . A guest at the Davis home remarked that he didn't often eat a meal like the one he had just eaten. Ethel popped up with, 'We don't either!" . . , Tag Rutherford and Robert Svancara were having a terrible time sleeping in study hall. Finally Robert said, "Shall I shoo the flies in here?" "Naw," said Tag. "just let them run around barefooted' . . . Lillie Kodesh told Merrill Skinner that he would make a good fireman because he always had his eye on the hose . . . At a meal after an out of town football game Verl Mason got a broken nose from eating too much. That's what is known as paying through the nose . . . Virginia Cox doesn't think man is so efficient. He can't steer a car, powder his nose, and wave at a friend all at the same time . . . When Billie Lou Van was first learning to ride a horse her dad asked her "Which kind of a saddle will you take? One with or one without a horn?" She replied. "Without, I guess. There doesn't seem to be much traffic now" . . . When'Charley Wilson was a little boy he asked his mother if he could go out and play with a certain little boy. His mother said he couldn't because she didn't like the little boy, "Well, then," said Charley, "Can I go out and fight with him?" . . . Doris Venter has found that the best way to take the chap off her lips is to slap his face . . . Shy little Opal Olsen adds her two-bits worth with . . . Confuscius say: . . "In the spring a young man's fancy turns to baseball and other forms of pitch- ing . , , woo! woo! . . .Bob Waud always tells his dates that he spells car "c-a-u-r" -having "U" in it makes all the difference in the world . . . When Ruth Palisch was learning to drive she said. "If the car gets too hot. do I cool it off by stripping it's gears?" . . . A baby bunion is still a little corn-y . . . so are these jokes so . . . I remain cornily Coh shucksfl yours , . . Ruth. and cvlow . . . A-fha junion CQGAA FIHST SEMESTER Officcr.s SEL OMJ SILNIESTER FORREST BRISTOW President TRENE GLODOWSKI MAXINE GARNER Vice President DON OWEINS HOWELL JOHNSON Secretary INADHNE SLEE EMILY ADAM Treasurer BILL MEISER MR. SHIVELY Advisor MR SHIVELH Many talented students in this class . . . Well-known for their ibility in cl isst and extra-curricular activities . . . Seven juniors among the first tvxtnty of tht foo ball squad . . . Six members of National Honor Society . . . Produced xx ith grt it Success "The Great Ben Allah" . . , Many m-embers in band. orchestra and pap band . . Active in dramatics and The-spians. Ruth Leth Marion Wilson Dorothy Conner C eil Dennis Jean Stroud Forrest Bristow Bette McBroom Jim Hamilton Alice Hyde George Howard Dolores Peterson Harold Brandon Betty Qualls Warren Barry Kathryn Tilley Jewell Woodruff Kenneth Briggs Vivian Williams Ronald Taylor Marjorie Houk Henry Hartl Mae Kusy Rosie Mendini Charlotte Heaton Eileene Lowe John Carlson Phyllis Howard 21 Qvtv '99 Qi' 26 1 D1Ck Weaver Pauline Stokesberry Nadine Slee Marjorie Ring Hovx ard Sheldon Arline Rodenbaugh Marlo Stith Barbara Roberts Phyllis Pickrcll Bill Overbaugh Betty Ring Gene Venter Ivellc Nippcr Frank Summers Marie Pretl Linton Messlcy Nancy Merriman Frank Sumner Bertha Stallings Norman beer Marine Smith Lluyd Spin-lman Frances Rcams Rob:-rt Sayer John Kalisek Elizabeth Hamilton Dun Owens Kathluen Capron Willard Rathbtin Ruth Greene Carwl Bvauchamp Eugene Jones Luolla Hardy Geraldine Baggett Ivan Nipper Irene Glodowski Luciel Clark Howell Johnson Carmen Hartwell Dick Mitchell Maxine Garner Don Kaercher Katherlne Brooks Freddie Kambrieh LaVaun Gee Mary Adams Miriam Cunningham Dale King 26 Fl' ,pt 'T Y 'Q QQ is 1' Ernest Grimes Wilma Kaercher Marvin Jagels Lorene Maag Harold Bruffey Vadis Killian lewis Canine Emily Adam Robert Ring Edith McNelly Velma Hyder l"lE, 5U63l'lOYYlOTlE FIRST SEMESTER OUICL I s HAROLD LUNTEY MARY JANE HAWLLY ROBERT KYLES MARJORIE ROUBINEK MRS WILSON Presldtnt Ice Presldent Stern tary Treasurer Adx ISOT Cllaaa Srzeoxn Suihsrhfz HELEN SKINBER SHELDON HALDEVIAIN LILLIAN ZLLAL BILLY HI KS MRS WILSON Many sophomores on the lIOIlUl roll Annual DILIIIC blg., succ ss Sopho mores helplng to pre ent Freshman Sophomore play Mans of the posltlons on the Frosh Soph football and basketball teams were lllled by sophomores LUIS Dey and Barbara Brannon on glrls tournament squad Gene Mendlnl on thu varslty football squad Sheldon Haldcman md Pat Hamllton on basketball tour nament squad LaVerna Rodxg Jack Nelson Lols Schaefer Carnell Lehman Helen Skmner Pobert Kyles Melva Messley Dale Hobson MarJor1e Walker Jack Hann Barbara Brannon Bxlly HlCkS NaeDene Carlson Sheldon Haldeman Elame Bergqulst Gene Davls Mary Jane Hawley Dwane Machacek Jackle Davxs John Grodeon Ruth Von Lmdern Ceexl Cobb Ruth I-Iardmg Duane OYBYICD Jean Goodhue Russell Flnnle Paulme Kelly Vernon Baxter Arlene Herunger Pat Hamllton Nadene Potts Harry Cagle Lola Johnson Derrlll Fransen Betty Hyde Took an aetxu p xrt ln ChLLI'll'1g eetlons and supported all HCIIXIIILS 04414, "' W w v W4 w, -7 A H . . . . l . 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',",.' 1 g 1 I , L . 3 Irene Rutherford Calvin Hahn Fred Olds Howard Hansen Lenora Stepper Dean Cox Marjorie Roubinek John Brannon Earlene Webb Joe Adam Elizabeth Webber Bob Vv'eaver Dean Sisson Donald Lapray Betty Zbinden Allen Heaton Rae Wright Fred Smalley Billie Amos William Hopple Lillian Zucal Harvey Tate Kathryn Orendorff Harold Luntey Maxine Brabb Otto Svancara Vera Mae Ambrose Barton Sonner Marjorie Estes Alma Hutchinson Ella Dana Ernest Roland Alice Molesworth Johnny McFarlin Lorraine Fisher Elba Pielstick Nadine Emery Donald Wilson Magdelene Kalisek Gerald Jensen Grace Meier Carl Kerpa Esther Rangen Eugene Mendini Carolyn Kauffman Jean Radford 'The qneahman Clam FIRST SEMESTER O,r'f1'c-er-.s SECOND SEMESTER HAROLD HUSTEAD President DOROTHY WRIGHT BERNADINE HOPKINS Vice President CYRUS TAYLOR JERRY HAYES Secretary JERRY DELL WILMA SKINNER Treasurer BOB PENCE MISS AMSTUTZ Advisor MISS AMSTUTZ Enid Almquist Jn-an Atwood Bob Baker Emmaline Berry Bill Bcrtschy Bvtr' m Bordtwick Xll ut Boyu IX Q Ldzly DLNLJI Tad Eastman Edith Favyccttn M'1r1f1n Fuller oth Gut Batty Gilts Batty Graham Delom Haslam J 11V Hays Robert Heaton Btinddint Hopkins Ruth Howard Harold Hustaad Lela Joens Butyl Jtss Jamtb Jovtt Doris Jonas Wnnitrtd Juku I-ytlyn King., Ellen Kod sh Libby Kodtsh Olga Kodt h Ly dia Kucua Ruth Leyeke Ftrn Littrell Eya M1 chtll Robert Montgomei Connit Olsen hstliu Pttusen Ll arict Probdsco ilyt P1 udik 'NI ittn R imbo lostlli S nnt S LJ int Snul L Xl nxin Schick Xuult Sulinin Xxlillll Skinnq kloyd Snod ily IN bltllx I ll St ti 'X nthn Sunnnti IU Tax Llfiun Wood Billy Vkooditff J ink Zbindtn l -. .1 ' T 4-' h -' Jvr D -ll x. r 4 1 I V 1 X K A' I Il' ' H x 7 I u Q , . . 1 T .x. . ' , ' - , , . ' B X' L-S v 1' 1 X Q, '- v if Iy. -SS v ' X. E , v 1' x X "I A x 'X liolqt-rt Pence 1. ,. , ws., qi - i 1 fu Ja " ' ' T z - 2 'I 1 Sz -1' 'Ii 'z il A 2 . si . .f Fl g 1-1' S " yon ui ' I 1 l .IV 1 "S Cx" S lfitll' - V . . y -1 L uv - x I Siifiw Wliiu' :md Si-vvii Dwzirfs, You pick 1'Jwpi:y . . . 2. .5-.iii't Him' pui'ty'f . . . 35. i lish striry lhis time. :NI2iCilZiCli'i , . . 4. Stuclious Hmmm' EQ-1-rs , . . 5. xvllixlill ririm. ii'l9.' . . . ii. Frziiik Buck VVzill . . . T, Gvncrul Cy Tziylrii' . , , 8. Many I pru-s4-nt Misf Skimivi' Ihni c-ldc-r'Y , . . 9. Miss Skimicr, ihv yfiungur. and swim' wi in-i' plziyiiizitvs , . . . VVrii'k1rig yfiui' way thru Hume EC ..i. 11. Gut zi hrirsm-Y "Tri-iii gzisriliitz- buggivs 1111.1 D1'ZlCliC2l1u , . . 12.Whzildri1hcy gm to Library for? Suu-ly mit tw Sully. .IJ F? .. fi ,av if X 1 .yin Qtmontlaa per' 'iff- J L' -' AUIWI E Wilson Berry Taylor OFFICERS ,.Zu '1 ,Wa Leth 3 C A Government Of, By, and For Student Council . , . Made an active effort to promote cooperation. good times and school spirit . . . Kept up the old Buhl pep , , . Provided self-government for the Student Association . , , Programs for Association meetings went from the ridiculous to the sublime . . , Made a new consitution for the Association . . , En- forced traffic laws for students passing in the halls between classes . . . Financed athletics. Regular meetings every two weeks in Room 27 with Mr. Bowers' booming voice . . . Second semester president VVarren Berry sayingi "VVell. fellows" . . , Pat Ham- ilton arguing to have seats saved for the Girls' Basketball team . . . Marvin Winn checking and double checking the books , . . Louise VVright giving high pressure argument to get G, R. candv-sellers into basketball games free . . VVild hunt every Tuesday for secretary's book, NNork of the council was carried on through committees .,.. A thletic-consisted ot' coaches. one member from each team and two members not participating in athletics . . . approved all athletic awards . . . Auditing -audited books of treasurer twice during the year . A , Finance-worked with the treasurer and assisted him in promoting all financial enterprises . . . School spirit-made cheers and yells into that worthwhile thing called school spirit .,.. A ssisted yell-leaders in pep assemblies . . . Press-consisted of seniors who advertised school affairs . . . Program-prepared programs for Association meetings , , , Social-promoted and assisted in all social activities. An Annual Event The 1940 VVakapa Staff . , . Has succeeded in putting out a distinctly different type of yearbook than has been attempted by Buhl High School for many years . . Writing of material was ably handled by these staff members: Editor. Har- iittte Holmes . . . Assistant Editor. Charles Wilson .... it ssistant Business lxlanager. Eugene Hobson . . . Organizations. Dorothy Allen . . . Music Editor. Doris Venter . . . Humor Editor. Ruth Meyer . . . Boys' Athletics. Hans Niichel . , Girls' Athletics. Doris Lewton . . . Familiar sights , , . Howell Johnson and his candid camera . . . Billie Lou Van Riper. making drawngs for school cal- endar . . . Business Manager Berry in charge ot' high finances . . . also assisting Photographer Coad taking group pictures . . , Jane Gibb. typist. wearing down her fingernails . . . Effie Davis. Senior Reporter. running down pmspt-etive interviewees . , . Miss Lois Rudy. advisor. and Editor Harriette Holmes losing weight and sleep over the 'tdummyu and the "layout," They Kc-ep tho Torch Burning Lambda Chaptcr of thc National Honor Socicty . . . Organized in Buhl in 1925! Ont- of tht- first chaptcrs in Idaho Purpost- to give- re-cognition for outstanding it-adcrship. scholarship. scrvicc. charactcr . . . lVl-cinhe,-rs choscn from thc uppcr onc-third of thc junior and scnior classes , . . tlcctcd by faculty , . . lklc-inbcrship consists of thirtccn scniors and six juniors . , . Mr. Likcncss. Faculty Advisor. T114-re's Some-thing About a Farmer Boy . . . Futurt- Farincrs of Amt-rica , , , All boys cnrollcd in Vocational Agriculture arc cligihlt- for membership . . . Onc of niost activc and progrcssivc organizations in school . . . Judging tcam placcd fifth in State Livt-stock Judging Contest at Boisc . . .Won sccd contcst at Ogdcn . . . Rcccivcd loving cup for showing at County Fair . , . Took st-cond placc in poultry judging at Ogdsn . . . First in district seed contest . . Don Hicks carncd State- Farnicr Award . . . VVon cup for first place in swine judging at Ogdc-n . . A Avvardt-cl loving cup for best judging at Ogdcn .... -X tvardcd loving cup for bt-st judging tcain at Jcroinc County Fair, 50 Keep Your Eyes on These Lads und Lussies Boys' "B" Club . . . Membership consists of athletes who have earned letters and managers . . . Purpose-to stimulate interest in athletics . . . develop friendship and unity among lettermen . . . to promote school spirit , . , Duties included check- ing tickets for programs and assemblies . . . One of tlie highlights of the year was the initiation of new members after football season . . . Sponsors were Mr, Floyd Luft. Mr. George Willott. and Mr, Gene Cooper. Y' Girls' "B" Club-Honorary girls' organization . . . girls earning letters ii basketball are eligible for membership . . . Only activity in Buhl High presenting an award to girls . . . Purpose-to promote girls' spring athletics , . . to develop better sportsmanship among students and athletes . . . Elected Alice Marie Taylor, president . , , Luciel Clark. vice pre-siclent . . . Billie Fait. secretary-treasurer . . . Other two-year members-Phyllis Pickrell. Irene Glodowski, Emily Adam. and Ruth Leth . , . New members--Wilma Skinner. Bernaclino Hopkins. Lois Diy. Barbara Brannon. Maxine Garner. Doris Lewton. Marie Kerpa. and Effie Davis. manager . . . Advisor. Miss Amstutz, girls' basketball coach. Kliss Mrs. Wilson Kollmeyey Venter Waud Hou' to Win Prizes and Influence Audiences National Forensic League . . . Organized for purpose of promoting interest in speaking and debating in high schools . . . Membership based on points gained by participating in inter-school debates and declamation and debate tournaments . Q . Buhl chapter is one of the oldest in Idaho . , . Present members have taken active part in speech work . . . competed in several state and national contests- one in Wooster. Ohio. and one in Beverly Hills. California . . . Members at present are Doris Venter, Bob Waud. Paul Kliss. Charles Kollmeyer. and Mrs. Rose J. Wilson. Declamation . . . Local contest. March 27 . , . District festival at Kimberly. April 5 and 6 . . . State festival at Burley, April 19 and 20 . . . All readings were cuttings from play . . . In Elks' original oratorical contest held in Twin Falls Jane Gibb placed first . . . Representatives in all departments in local festival --Original oratory-Charles Kollmeyer . . . Memorized oration-Jan-e Gibb. Mar- vin Jagels. and Hans Niichel . , . Dramatic-Ruth Meyer. Merrill Skinner. Pearl Noland. and Joyce Carson . . . Humorous-Betty Ring. Dorothy Petersen, Maxine Harvey. and Marjorie Ring . . . Extemporaneous-George Howard and Fred Olds . , . Winners were Jane Gibb. Merrill Skinner. and Betty Ring . . . Mrs, Wilson was in charge of all work in declamation. Future Clark Gables and Myrna Loys Troupe Number 394. Thespian Society . . . organized in Buhl in December, 151239 . . , Mr. Shively. sponsor ..,A -X im is to foster plays and add interest to dramatics . . , Named for Thespis. Greek actor. who usLd the first mask in a play . . . Thespian members active in 'Stephen Foster" and "The Great Ben Allah" . . . Presented "The Thespian Hour." radio program for Association meeting . . . Thirteen charter ntembirs . . . Ruth Meyer. Louise Starkey. Doris Venter. Dorothy Allen Marion Wilson. Mary Jane Hawley. Effie Davis. Claribelle Walcott, Paul Kliss. Hans Niichel. Bob Waud. Marvin Winn . . . Other members: Billie Lou Van Riper, Jackie Davis. Phyllis Pickrell. Harriette Holmes. Enid Almquist. Earlene Webb. Bernadine Hopkins. Inez Rogers. Jim Joyce. Merrill Skinner. and Nadine Slee. 36 I3 News, Views, and Sport Reviews Miss Kendall's Journalism class edited Totem . . . Feature writers-Louise Wright. Warren Berry. Hans Niichel. Maxine Harvey. Hueh Law, Doris Lewton, Lloyd Spielman. Claribelle Walcott. Bill Babcock. Betty Lou Wilson. Robert Wall. Dorothy Allen . . . Class members served as editor. manager. and sports editor . , Noticed in and around Room 25 . . , Excellent art work by Billie Lou Van Riper. Fern Jones. and Jim Shadduck . . . Harriette Holmes. as Tattle-Tale Gray. dishing out the scandal . . . Ruth Meyer, ably handling the joke page. 'L Uur Prima Dons and Donnas Buys' Glu' Club . . , Cmupnsvd uf llIlI'lN'-flX'L' mvmln.-rs , . . Intunsivcly SlLlCllL'll X Calpvllzl singmg this yn-zu' . . . Szmg A Cappn-lla numlwr 'Gypsy Life" at ilu- -slivul at Twin Falls ..,, A s za rvsult uf porsuusimm amd l7l'L'SSllI'i'. thvy szmg on vvvrznl zissnmbly DI'Uj.1l'ilIllS A , . CQLl2il'll'lfDl'III1B' P2ill'll'l'i. Mvrrill Skinnvr. Robvrt Kdyl-1. :md Lloyd Spivlmzm. snug "Hn Jolly Jvnklrf' 'al l'l'SllYlll . . . PL'I'fUIlIDZiDC1'S rn' ilu- flff-Tlllli' Trm :md ilu- Bzlrllmshup Quzwtvt. Glrls' Glu- Club , . . Mm mln-rslllp wt' :mv lxundrvcl 11 ll fll'Sl. sm-Im-ste-r . . . Rcducvd v SIXIQ'-l'lX't' uftvr Cl1l'lSllNllS , . . Sluclu-d hz11'mun1z1n,Q. Slgllll-l'l'2iCl1Ilf.l. attack amd 11-ll-usa-. lPl4t'lill'llllj.1. amd lfmvs , , , Szmg lm Buhl ,lzlmlwmw-v . . . Prwwiclvcl muslc rm 11 W.'I1Nl11'l'1wf prfwgmms ut sclmwl , , . livlpm-cl m prmluc'11m1 uf "Su-plmn Fustm-r" amd Pvp Iizmrl Slum '... Svxlm muludl-d l.4fu1sm' xvlllfllll, X'll'1JlIll2l Cwx. Drrrrrthy Studdzird. Ruth IXlln'11 Phyllls P1Clil'l'll. amd Illuwllu' Allvn . . , Oc-11-I was dittu. plus Bm-tty lflu Vl'1lr1v!l amd Lum Rulx-rtsfm . . . OL-ivt. sm-xlvl. amd glvv club szmg ut Muslc lmsllwul , , . Acc-rnupzmlsl, lJ4'I'1S X'l'Illl'Il. T' Rogers Herzinger Venter i lccom punists They Play Rippling Rhythms Orchestra . . . Composed of about twenty members . . . Directed by Mr. Pierce . . . Showed very definite and marked improvement over last year . . . Several new pieces recently , , . Intensive study and practice on perfection of notes. time. and tones . . . New music. both classical and popular . . . Furnished music for plays and several programs . . . Did not enter competition at music festival as a whole. but several of the musicians in the orchestra played in- strumental solos . . . Cooperated with rest of music department in putting on P521 Band Show . , . Recording swing orchestra played "My Prayer" and " 0-ee", Temporary romances flourished in the violin section . . . Claribelle and -lack. Charles and Emmaline . . . The bull-fiddler who wowed all the girls, none other than that Reticent Romeo, Herzinger . . . The two hardy horn-honkers. the Radfoid-Goodhue team . . . The mighty percussion palpitator, Jim Shadduck . . Harold McFarlin arousing the Irish in Nasty Rogers by forever putting his horn on the piano strings , . . Mental uplift lectures by Bishop and Kollmeyer. Inc.. on the latest speedline model of mermaid. manufactured from their secret process . . . Norma Jeanne always too busy talking to be bothered with the mere execution of music . . . Son-of-a-Rotarian Howard hitting a few sour ones at the Junior class play, probably due to the effect of having M. Ring Watching . . t'Miss America" Watkins never bowing with the other violinists-just to be different . . . Lucky Kenny Miracle, with two such pulchritudinous maidens as Betty Zbinden and Marjorie Walker. one on each side of him . , , Gerald Jensen. the model student. But when they did get down to business. they played a sweet 4-arful :if harmony. Hats Ufff The Band Is .Uurehing By! Band . . . Increased in size and number of members since last year . . . Showed considerable improvement in development of technique and harmony . . Profited greatly from having had Mr. Pierce as director . . . Learned how to give interesting interpretations ot' different kinds of music . . . "Niobe" was required number for Music Festival . . . Selected number was "Overture Hongrose" . . . Warm-up march. "Michigan on Parade" . . . Helped with Pep Band Show-played several popular and classical selections. one of which was "March of the Steel Men" . . . Also played several Victor Herbert numbers . . Band practiced marching both fall and spring . . . Entered competition at Festival in Twin Falls. April. 1940 . . . Occurrences in band: Freshmen trifling with Algebra . . . Sophomores trifling with Geometry and Caesar . . . Juniors just trifling . . . Seniors trifling with why underclassmen trifle with anything other than Seniors . . . "Hobby" getting a flashing. sparkling. shiny. new horn for graduation . . . Little Charlotte Heaton struggling with the snare-drum to and from home each night and morning . , . Certain dignified citizens wondering why bandsters have to practice at home, thus driving out man and beastg and then complaining when they sound out of practice . . . Pandemonium reigning as horns, music, and stands are assembled each a. m .,.. Drum-majors spending oand period doing nothing all year until festival time . . . Music fanning the spark divine-as in the cases of Babcock and Ring. Nelson and Wilson. Kliss and Holmes. McNabb and Goodhue. Joyce and Kucera . . . Flat feet and fallen armpits resulting from marching . . . Slee's black eyegcausing rash of dark glasses to break out in band . . , Mr. Pierce. calling down certain "inflated" members of group-then. in next breath. giving an amusing comment or anecdote . , . When not taking time out for such pleasures as these. all members doing excellent work in music. A --JR' 5 ' 65 String Your Way to Pep Pep Band . . . presented one of the most successful events of the school year., Pep Band Show . . . Band played ensemble numbers. classical and popular music . . . Specialties were trumpet trio. swing orchestra. military tap dance. baton-twirling. piano solo with band accompaniment. vocal solos and chorus . . Introduced new Alma Mater song. with words by Mrs. Elinor Van Houten and musical arrangement by Mr, Pierce . . . Creatid pep and enthusiasm by playing at football and basketball games . . . Exerted much energy and emitted much halmony at boys' hoop tournament at Twin Falls . , . Members also struck up a few interesting acquaintancfs while at Twin . . . Purchased classy sweaters tpart of intended outfitsl which. although very good-looking. dicin't quite cover the subject . . . Players had a little difficulty with their music on windy days at football games . . . You should hear Jack Nelson giving out on a solo part sans music , . . Champion tongue-wiggler. Howell Johnson . . . Musical notes: Trumpet trio, Howard. Johnson. and Babcock. getting sit-in at free meals for pouring forth harmony . . , Amil-bad medicine for girls with weak hearts . . Local sheet making highly insulting cracks in regard to the sound of the pep band. with similes about tin pans . . . The drums taking a beating when VVesling and Shadduek produce rhythm . . . Such small lads beneath such large horns . . . Bob. always so business-like. even when emitting air into that wound- up metal devices- the sousaphone , . . Those trumpets really pouring it on when warmed up . . . H. Paul Kliss, the old meastro , . . Oyerbaugh playing a hot trombone-making Barbaras heart beat faster and interfering only a little with hcr baton-twirling . , . McBroom attempting to chew gum and to play at the same time . . . Harriette having the cutest posture . . . Such is the life of thc Pep Band. main promulgator of school spirit during the year. adding pep and life to many an otherwise dull occasion. vi'-rw l , ROS: JDM' They Serve. With Fun in Reserve Junior-Senior Girl Reserves . . . High School Y.W.C,A, organization . . . Active in school affairs A . . Regular meetings in new Homemaking Room . . . Varied social activities . , . Carnival dance . . . Benefit card party . . . Leap Year party , . . Formal banquet . . , Taffy pull for cabinet , . . Several girls eligible tor summer camp . , . Earned money in various ways . . . Sold pencils on which basketball schedule was printed . , . Advisor, Miss Annis. F1eshman-Sophomore Girl Rest-i'yes . , . Called Towaanka group . . . En- tertaintd by talks on charm and grooming . . . Ever present scavenger hunt . . Benefit card party , . . Colorful Gypsy Patterns .,.. A ssisted in all-girl assembly , . , Several girls plan to go to summer camp at Payette Lakes . . . Advisor. Miss Henriksen. 4-A Have You Ever Had . . . 'Mountain Mumps"-Presented by the freshman and sophomore classes . . . Three-act comedy . . . Directed by Mr. William Shively . . . Mary Jane Hawley. mother of the 'tMad Chiltons"-Betty Graham. Jackie Davis. James Joyce , . . Russell Finne, Terry Regan . . . Harold Luntev. as Terry's father. Timothy Regan . . . Enid Almquist. Peg Sothern. alias Patsy Holmby . . . Jack Hann. as Link Forrester. jvoung inventor . . . Earline Webb portrayed Mrs. "Bebe" Shotts . . , Imagine--at night rehearsal . . . Harold Luntey spending his time on the sofa. learning how to clinch properly . . . Mary Jane blushing and blushing . . . False cases of "mountain mumps" adding hilarious complications. Why Down Upon the Swanee River "The Life of Stephan Foster" . . . four-act musical play . . . Co-directors. Mr. Pierce and Mr. Shively . , . Covered two years of the famous composlrs life . , . Stephan Collins Foster portrayed by Paul Kliss . . . Fosters somewhat frivolous sweetheart, Susan Pentland, Inez Rogers . . . The composers devoted wife. "Jeanie" McDowell, Phyllis Pickrell . . , William Foster. Sr.. Charles Kollmever . . . His xvifc. Eliza. Miriam Cunningham . . . Singing club members from Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs . . . Costumes of the late 1850's lent desired atniosphere . . . Behind :ec-nes . . . Scramble by leads for hoops and petticoats . . , Phyllis :incl Dennev in .1 :lark corner. Un the Stage . . . And Behind Scenes The Junior Play . . . "The Great Ben Allah" . . . Directed by Mr. William Shively . . . Presenttd February 29, 1940 , . . Brought many laughs . . . Mrs. Aldrich, Bette MeBroom, was interested in spiritualism . . . refused to let her daughter Ruth, Marion Wilson. see a certain Ben Allen, Howell Johnson . . . Ben didn't know he was for- bidden . . . Made plans to pay Ruth a visit . . . Brought his friend, Ed Weston, Warren Barry. who is interested in Ruth's friend. Helen Johnson, Elizabeth Hamilton , . . Ruth's Aunt Roberta was eager to help the young people . . . Helped iormulate a plan enabling the boys to stay with Mrs. Aldrieh's consent . . . Ben disguised as "The Great Ben Allah." Hindu spiritualist . . , Ed posed as his assistant . . . Mrs. Aldrich was pleased to have a spiritualist in her home . . , Her friend. Mrs. Schyler Van Schuler. Barbara Roberts. was sure "Ben Allah" was a fake . . . Hawkins, the butler, Bill Overbaugh. and Dorothy, the maid, Arline Rodenbaugh promised silence . . . The plans went well until a seanee was attempted . . . The results as a whole put Mrs, Aldrich in a terrible state of mind . . . Randolph Hawlings. 3 psychologist. Don Owens. arrived in time to help the young people find a solution to their prob- lems . , , He renewed a love affair with Roberta Houston . . . The failure of the seance caused Mrs. Aldrich to lose interest in spiritualism . , . She finally sanctioned Ruth's interest in Ben. Wakapa Goes to a Play "June Mad" . . , Presented by senior class April 15. 1940 . . . Directed by Mr. Shively . . , Plot concerned the trouble of fifteen-year-old Penny Wood, Alice Taylor , . . Chuck Harris. Charles Kollmeyer . . . Penny was a tomboy until her Uncle Mervyn Roberts, Marvin Winn. came home from college accompanied by his friend Roger Van Vleck. Bob Waud . . . Mervyn was continually pursued by Milly Lou, the neighborhood pest. Ruth Meyer . . . This disgusted him because ne was in love with Julie Harris. Louise Starkey . . . Roger was attracted by Julie . . . caused Penny to try io act more grown up . . . Mrs. Wood, Penny's mother. Dorothy Allen. gave a party , . . Penny tried to borrow money from her father, Dr. Wood. Paul Kliss . . . to buy a shimmering red. backless evening gown for the party . . . Being unsuc- cessful with her father she asked Elmer Tuttle, a neighbor, Ray Gilmore . . . He had to come io see Effie. the Woods' maid, Harriette Holmes . . . Penny finally bor- rowed money from Chuck . . . Made him promise he wouldn't go up in his glider against the wishes of his father, Bob Wall , . . Shirley and Ralph Wentworth, Liillie Kodesh and Hugh Law, were special guests at the party . , . Penny dressed in the red evening gown for the party . . . Everyone laughed at her . . . 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Uut for Girls, Scalps Girls' Basketball . , . Had an on and off season . . Won ont game tied four . , Came up in the tournament with a blaze of glory . . Runners up lost game to Champion Glenns Ferry team. score. 30-15 . . . Unexpectedly won oxer Wendell in first game . . . Went on to swamp Acequia . . . Lost in final game Last game foi three seniors-Alice Marie Taylor. Captain: Doris Lewton and Marie Kcrpa Started the season with five letter girls , . . Dressing room snatches Effie Daxis trainer. not keeping in training. and worrying about getting her letter The All American girl Comb. being used by all girls . , . In scrimmage Alice M tif yelling, "BettLr beware. 'cause here I come." jumping feet first at opponent Luciels :'Watchout. Watchoutu , . . Coach Amstutz hurting her finger at practice Top row: Davis. Kerpa. Brannon. Adam. Dey. Hopkins Lawton Miss Amstutz Lower Row: beth. Clark. Glodowksi. Skinner. Garner. Tax lor Buhl Buhl Buhl Buhl Buhl Buhl Buhl Bulil Buhl Buhl 17 Glenns Ferry 21 17 Hagerman , , ,,,,,, .24 1.5 Wendell 2-5 26 Act-oula 22 18 Shosliono 18 20 Castleford 20 21 Shcrshwlle M27 11 Glenns Ferry , M27 "T VVL-nciell , .,., 27 1 Castleford ,,..... 27 Bases F ull-Batter Up Revived interest in organized baseball in 1940 . . . Buhl High School. always pro- gressive. first class A school to promote baseball as major sports activity . . , Pros- pects of forming a league with neighboring schools . . . Enthusiasm high 'is nearly fifty boys turned out regularly . . . Improvement in play and fine spirit of cooperation during the season gratified both coach Luft and school authorities . . , Games played with Dietrich. Filer. Hagerman. Shoshone. Bliss. Burle . . , Senior bo s who furn Y Y ' . 'hed a fine nucleus. will be missed. since their playing was very steady ,..' Fheir positions were .lack Bishop- catcher and captain . . . Don Hicks-pitcher . . , lames Jukerkfirst base . . , Charles Wilson-third base and right field . . . Robert Svancara-second base . . , Other boys who earned letters and showed up well were Ed Bittner-short stop . . . Eugene Bledsoe-pitcher and third base . . . Ray Brandon-right field . . Forrest Bristow-center field , , . Herbert Pember-left field , , . Duane Machacek- pitcher and outfield . . . Eugene Mendini-pitcher and outfield . . . Harold Brandon and Ralph Howard handled very capably and efficiently the managerial duties . . . Mr. Floyd Luft coached the sport . , , Mr. Gene Cooper assisting Mr, Luft in coaching. Scores At Dietrich-13 Buhl-4 At Filer-14 Buhl-12 Dietrich-4 At Buhl-7 Filer--7 At Buhl-6 Time Flies-But S0 Do They Track , . . 1939 team had successful season . . . Mr. Ormand Thomas, coach . . .880 relay tzam was especially outstanding . . . Also placed in sprints and nalf-m.le at the district meet . . . 15140 Track Team coached by Mr. Willott . . . Trained on Bowers' field-one of the finest in Southern Idaho . . . Cinder path for running events has just been completed . . , Returning lettermen are Sayer, Skinner, King. Hobson, and Cagle . . . Dale King shows promise of making all state honors . . , Boys who will earn letters are Boyer, Cobb, Davis, Grimes, Howard, Kroth, Fransen, Klein and Venter . . . Many entrants in district track meet at Twin . . . Grimes and Boyer in sprints . . . Skinner in the 440 and low hurdles . . , Cobb in discus and javelin . . . Kroth in shot put . . . King and Sayer in half-mile . . . Rodenbaugh and Venter in mile . . . Sayer, Boyer, Cobb, and Grimes in sprint relay. 'S 'X V fy N 'Ni F 1. Miss Kr-ndzilll-nt Sun Yamila-5' . . , 2. A dog. a gun. and a car-the young mun'5 cirt-tain . . . 3, Fivtt goiwtotis gals--pluitning Phi Dvlta Formal .. . 4. Mr. Bowers. tht- principul, is irznnt-df . . . 5. 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