Buhl High School - Wakapa Yearbook (Buhl, ID)

 - Class of 1941

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A activities and in adding interrsl- mil eoursis to school CUllI'lCUiLlIll . . . Is ri-soeetecl and aclinirvd h. 1-u-rx'om- in the communitv. . 72M fi Wa. Qcwew Mr. Floyd Bowers . . , Princioal and Dean of Boys . . , Teaches ' 'Q' American history . . . Develops 9 Q ideal of good citizenship ..,. A ll forms of athletics are his hobby . Initiated all-student noon UIUC ,games . . . Encourages every activity. . . , , , , cm!! .fke Una Um Soienikbh Luft Henriksen Rudy Leth Miss Helen Henriksn . . Algebra - Advanced Math - Typing - History Mr. Leonard Leth . ..... . . Physics - Algebra Mr, Floyd Luft . . . Chemistry - Biology - Gen'-ral Science Miss Lois J, Rudv . . ...., Geometry - Dean of Girls Chemistry and physics labs particularly interesting . , , Poor soi:l1: inores clraxx' squares. circles. and triangles in their sleep . . , Freshmen iust knoxx' they won't pass algebra , . , Juniors manage to get through physics . , . Seniors sigh in reliet when they are safely through chemistry . . . No one ends with same lah equipment as ht- started , . . Fullest student cooperation in sharing lab equipment and getting right answer to an experiment . . . Annual geometry protect getting many clever entries from sophomores. v +1 li 5 A-3 4 A11151u1z Aldccoa W1151111 S2lI1C1Lf1'L'11 Ku11d1111 O151-11 ffaqfwh yf44fZQ0lCZLCVZ4 6146! .ff 31155 1111111111111 A111111-1111 . . , . 15115111511 - H151111'x' - 81111111511 M155 C111111111 11.1115111111 . . . . 1111211511 - G11'15' 1'11y51c'111 1211111-11111111 111158 111115 15211111111 . 1111211111 - .I111111111115111 - S11c111111gx' - 14211111 3115. 1111111 0151111 . 11111111511 A C111111111-1'c111l Law - 1201111111111-5 3115, R1151f 'W1151111 . , .... . . . 1211211511 - S1311-Q11 P11155 3111111 S1111dg1'1'11 ......, . 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"That budget is due and I'm not half finished!" Auditorium filled with music most of the day . . , music students practicing fox annual music festival . . . "Have you got your shorthand letters?" . . . Ag bow really showing some competition at county fair . . . Homemakerg gt experience ii the art of managing a home . . . Ag boys and Home EC. girls get together for fur and lood . . . Business students learn whys and wherefores of keeping books Vocations are worthwhile and fun. Pierce Cooper Young Curtis Jackson Shivelv X v 'Bry- N fy x' 'ls 5555 1 Q sv 'TQ .1 v X S 1 ,I I 'Q ff? HH EU-MS 105 r J K 4 r ,u K 1 Hy' M 1 ,I QLUMT Nh Tlawxnf ' - .Af ' -, :sf 'i" '-.-.Ax -.- -4-1--, -' . 4 , - , ,,. -..,. '-' . .. . -H Q I -. gg , -5- A . --1 f A . K .436 3, - Lf- ,-.. .- -4' A. . -1 , 4 , M : . , -,.. ,... . . , , , . " gi- '- 1 ' ' K," '. 4,0 ' ' 'V f H,-' . - , -0- .. 'J' ,-. -ff, .. ' ,-,, - " 4'-Q U-'A ' , ' u' ' 1' , 11- r - ' - , - " -Q.. 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Bristow FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS Class of 152-ll . . . regretfully leaving Buhl High School after four years of having fun at learning and making friends . . . Plenty of knowledge left untouched for undcrclassnrn , . . Strong. handsome male members of class won notoriety in all-conference football and basketball teams . . . More theatrical minded members participated in plays . . . "Oh, Professor," "Rival Masqueradersf' "The Great Ben Allah." "StephLn Foster." and "Smilin' Through" . . . Represented in Thespian Society . . . A few outstanding in Declamation . , . won highest in state contests . . . Class also ciaimid the three perm' cheer leaders . . . A good percentage of the more "book-minded" in the National Honor Societv . . . Sponsored only school dance during Junior year . . . Many talented musicians in hands and glee clubs going to National Regional . . . First semester class officers . . . Forrest Bristow. president . Betty Ring. vice-president . . . Howell Johnson. secretary . . . Rosie Mendini. treasurer. . . Guided through second semester by Betty Ring. president , . . Marvin Jagels, vice-president . , , Betty Qualls. seeretarv . . . Lloyd Spilmann, treasurer , . . Senior breakfast and senior flax' April 18 . . , beautiful dav . . . seniors celeb1'at.d in all tlarts of state . . . The fiilal falewell given on the night ol' May 16th with graduation exercises for 97 students . . VVith many happy thoughts of their high school vezirs these seniors of '-ll prepare to face the world. SECOND SI'lMESTER OFFICERS Jagels. Spiglntann. Qualls. Ring I IINIILY AIIAM Flux, Sw-rf-lnry 2. 'l'r4-:inure-r 21: 'l'4m-in Stuff 4: Girl ll--N-rw l-245: lin-kvtlmll lf!-Zi: Arli- Io-liv IIPIIIVI' 4: "lZ' 1'lnlv I-2-Il' 4: Lihrairy II-flgur 4: I'rmll1v- lion Stuff "Sniilin' 'I'lnrun:h" 4 lil-INXl'I'l'll IIIIIGHS Xu!--s to-nts-r lil. Mm-5 4.-nu-r. Kllllsils I-2: l'unnril 41 NW- gn-:ull-nt-Arins 4: xililllllili Ilun Ill' Sm'i4'Iy 4. 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'JI Joe Vera Mae Ambrose Harry Caglc Maxine Brabb ,225 First Semester SHELDON HALDEMAN WILMA HUTCHINSON LESTER GARRISON JEAN HARDING Wm 7wm flfmz' Juniors OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Second Semester MARY JANE HAWLEY LEONARD LYTLE ESTHER RANGEN BILLY HOPPLE They're pretty fancy, these juniors . . . Not the largest class in school. but the very best , . . Just ask any junior . . . Peppy and smart . . . Ready to take senior places next year . . . Have representatives everywhere . . . football team . . . basketball squad . . . pingpong . . . tennis . . . track . . . plays . . . bands . . . glee clubs Know how to mix "book-learning" with good times . . . Well rapresented in National Honor Society . . . Both boys and girls hold offices . . . All live wires , . . Eagerly awaiting their social function of the year, class picnic . . . Next year it's their turn . . . Watch them go! Adam Vernon Baxter Bob Chandler Billie Amos John Brannen Elaine Bergquist Barbara Brannon Ronald Clough Cecil Cobb Nae Dene Carlson Dean Cox Norma Jean Daiss Jackie Davis Lestcfr Garrison Lois Dey Sheldon Haldeman Lorraine Fisher Pat Hamilton Bill Hicks Ruth Harding Dale Hobson Alma Hu'f'hinson Wilma Hutchinson Gerald Jensen Carl Kerpa Fred Klein Pauline Kelly Katherine Orendorff Cornell Lehman Nadine Potts Esther Rangen Dwane 'flachacek La Verna Rodig jl -,5 Mabel Miller Jack Nelson Alice Molesworth Irene Rutherford Ernest Roland Lois Schaefer Lenora Stepper Harvey Tate Marjorie Walker Rae Wright Jack Wesling Bettv Zbinden 'O 5 jWh W like Sf FirSt Semester Bob Pence Beitv Graham Foster Sorensen Jackie Wilson OFFICERS President ice--Presideni SUCIlL't2il'Y Ti easurer Second Semester Ruth Howard Eugen. Bledsoe Juno Stith Cecil Hanran Almoulst Archibald Atvv ood Barton Baker Brow ning Brabb Fuller Calhoun Gee Hookins Dc Neal G Hovi ard R Hoviard E istm in J s Guire JoLnQ Juke r Hannan Beach Bledsoe Brandon Bover Brannc ii Capron Giles Graham Dana Honcik hmerv C Hunt N Hunt Formt l i i 2 V Z HUEII Us 05.1 1 i King Hays Kirkbride E. Kodesh L, Kodesh A. Laoray M Lanra ' - S Jesser W. Lapray Leveke Littrell Lee Masters Lindsey Meierhoff Olsen Merriman Petersen Miracle Prilucik Samels Severa Norris Sherbine B. Parker N. Herzinger O. Kodesh Hurst Kucera Hustead Keeney B. Leitch Law L. Leitch Joyce Merrill Mac Kay Mitchell Norris McNabb Probasco Molesworth Rector Montgomery Rodig Skinner Smalley D. Parker O. Smith Pember 12, Soeters Pc nee Sorenson Stallings Pielstiek Walcott Watkins Sorensen Watts Stewart J. Wilson Tavlor Winegar Ward Wri2ht S L JG- -C ,6- 46- p-tts, SZ Juniors Harold Brandon Kenneth Johnson Gene Jones Irvin!! Kaealek Robert Lenz Paul Masters Johnnie MeFarlin Ever. It Mittzner Frank Niooer Lvle Novak Merle Parker Howard Pattan Elba Pit-lstiek VVax'ne Rodt-nbaugli Dean Sisson Latha Cartee Lvddie Belle Clark Jean Harding Anna Jewett Carolvn Kaufman Jeane Tillev Ruth von Lindern ...-0" gf' -ff :sf- gf Wffmde pzofmed Za flfcei zqppeafz Sophomores Melvin Beeghley Bill Bertsehy Bert Bordewiek Virl Brown John Connor Dale Corbin Gene Davis Jimmie Davis Gene Foresberg Ernest GrI'lJL'1' Dee Jensen Bill Lamnnrs Ronald Reese Donald Rowburg Johnnie Ruvts Fred Smallev Wavne Tate Janies Todd Bettv Brickell Doris Jones Mattie' Jean Rambo Doris Hamsax' Estellene Schmid' Deluores Studley Freshmen Albert Forest Stanley Forest Darrell Moore Jim Nibper Norman Novak Norman Roberts Virgil Worcester Paulin: Bowman Bette Cooper Ruth De We-It Jrsenhine Gurwell Edith Hunt Hazel Jewett Alice Johnson Adrienne Masters Cleda Roberts Stith Saulie Studlev Summers Sncderlv Weaver Stoddard Williams G. Wilson Sturtevant Wood Woodruff First Sempster OFFICERS Second Semester Gordon Carlson President Phyllis Bristow Vivian Zucal Vice-Presidem Jorl Nejezchleba Carl Cazile Secretary Shirley Weaver MUD' Lou Wegener Treasurer Buddy Probasco Adams Allen Allred B. Ambrose Baughman Bcrenter Carlson Bristow Childs Brarnen Dey Cammack Diers Cjeka Dostal Fransen Goff Glodowski Gubler Hahn Hire Jagles Holmes B. Johnson Howerton Briggs V. Ambrose C. Cagle Baxter K. Cagle K. Cramer W. Cramer Brooks Cunningham Burgener Fastman Dennis Faux Evans Finke Harding Hamilton Herzinger Hines Hardy 1 I Kean J. Hunt Lowe E. Johnson Lyth- Nejezchlcba Niichel O'Brien Novacek Pence Ring Probasco Stokesberry Randall Stroud Sisson Weaver Slaughter D. Smith Webber H. VVonenbe Svancara Woodruff Thomvtz Worlev IIA FH 'lf' fi nl? O In -9 46- Q59 3, fn. -:ff 36 -d 4-19 II, , 4 f CF ,itc- Gi ,af 4 McCallister Maxwell Moss Miracle Mueller Oopliger Peterson Parks Pratt Pretl Severa Taylor Shadduck Wall Shelton P. Smith Wegener Stith E. Wonenbc FE L. Stokesberrv Vovller Zueal Williams w H U ', i phi .feqwfalcvzd Stud.nt Council H, . , Rules school activities , . . Progressive and lfnited Students tangled in snappy campaign . . . cigars. gum, mud, posters. campaign promises everywhere . . . political speeches exhibited much oraturic abilitv . . . First semester officers . . . Jim Hamilton. president . . . Pat Hamilton. vice-presidint . . . Ruth Leth secretary . , . Second semester . . . Norman Legr. president . . . Pat Hamilton. vice-prf-'i- Cent . . . Marion Wilson. secretary . . . Frank Summers. Chancellor of the Exchequer during whole year . . . Council visited Jerome. Twin Falls. Burley . . . De- veloped friendly relationship . . . Learned their ways of goxfcr4nin,Q . . . Mr. Bowers. advisor. cooperated witlx council in a most successful year. J. Hamilton - Leth P. Hamilton - VVilson Front Row: Qualls. Leth, Pickrell. Wilson. Hyde. Dana. Almouist. Petersen. Skinner. Second Row: Mr. Bowers. Kodesh. Howard. Bristow Zucal. Onpligtr. Sherbine. Wegener. Leer. Third Row: Hines. Cox. Taylor. Summers. Kyle-s. Thometz. Parker. Hobson, Fourth Row: Haldeman. Davis. Boyer. P. Hamilton J. Hamilton. Briggs. Probasco. Cagle. .jg A- We Umm! Wm Back 1941 Wakapa staff . . . dedicating annual to student body . , . shows activities in and after school hours . . . Miss Rudy. genial advisor. acting as assistant photographer. hand director and everybody's helper , . . Marion Wilson tditing all Writeups and sprinkling in more participles . . . Assistant editor. Norman Leer. wanting to make the Wakapa a record of his political achievements . . . business manager. Kenra Briggs. champion annual salesman and layout man . . . Assistant Business Manager. Ceil Dennis. the boy everywhere at once. cheerfullx' helping everyone . . . Howell Johnson being bribed to keep his candid camera out of sight . . . Buhl High'5 ace typist. Miriam Cunningham. keeping busy getting material together , . .Marvin Jagels Johnson Leer Cunningham Jagels Stroud M1 Rudv Wilson Nelson Briggs Kaercher Qualls ilouslx guarding thc space given to the athletic department H len Stroucn nding hti sxxttt wax to tht music dtpartm nt Wilmi Kaeichcr checking tht lit lest and achitxtments of tht almightv eniors Jack Nelson keeping on his totg ind taxing his memory regarding important dates and utnts during tht school x t 11 Btttx Qu i'ls offering eltxer xaiittx under org inifations So htit it is the entut staft haxiig collaboiatld to gut you this thc 1941 Vvakapa anime PM gain Kapfpm Front Row: Ring, Davis, Leer, Hawley. Mr. Likeness. Cunningham, Venter, Rowe. Nelson, Leth Back Row: Dennis. Kaercher, Summers, Lapray, Briggs, Qualls, Howard Johnson. Wilson, Luntey, Jagels You've got the wrong idea, friends . . . They aren't bespectacled-sticks-in-thL- mud . . . Lay off that bookworm stuff. too . . . Why not change those impression 3? . . , High scholarships . . . good activities . . . high social standards . . . must be from upper third of junior and senior classes . . , That's what it takes . . . The faculty chose them . . . They like the honor . . . 15 seniors. 5 juniors . . . One of the first chapters in Idaho . . . CSomething to work for, under-classmenq From mirth to tears . . . horrors to joy . . . professional pans that can and do register any emotion . . . First an actor . . . then a person . . . The show must go on . . . Thespian Troupe No. 394 organized in 1939 . . . Curtain calls for Mr. Shivelv for encouragement and sponsorship . . . One of the most active school organizations . . . Bouquets for their exchange programs with other schools . . . Eligibility determined by activity. production, or number of speaking lines . . . Noted for thorough initiations . . . fun-fest meetings . . . serious work and study of the art of acting , . . We'll say we knew them when . . . Broadway . . , Hollywood , . . radio . . . here they comix Www Uldawidlq 6046 Front Row: Dennis. Slee, Davis. Joyce. Johnson, Hopkins. Back Row: Mr. Shively, Pickrell. Hawley, Wilson, Graham, Almquist, McBroom. 'B 9 1-Qw ilfw El GXRL BESEYN ES Mewrlmy OVW xwmlm Him Row: Cameos. Mmcwksx. YXcY'1.XxK11-sr. 3. YNXXSMX. xkkog. XX. Sxmud. Cvomogkuxm. Bi zmdoo. Daiss. Bcrcmcv. Sccorgd Row 1 Cammacxa. Poms. X-Lexus. Yxccwf. Ghcs. D. XN YXQLXKX. NX. Rme.. Ykobvrxs. Ywwc. aww. 'Ymfd Ymx-cg X'Xz1fdXxxg. Bcfgquiex. TXXXQS. NXOXQSW QYXYX. Suctcfs. ben-kc. WXXXXu.m5. 'SYXL-Xum. YK. YNYXQXXX. Heaton. Ywfm Raw. Oxeon. Novus. Sum. Nhrrkmmx. G. XNXXsou. Brooks. Evans. YT. NWOYOSC. B. Pmxbvos XNAXX. "im Row. W mums. NMA-:XXev. Y. Sxmud. Yraoscn. Pmxbrosc. L. Weaver. Woodmii - ud. Parks. W ugencr. Moss. D. Yhog., Y x :Xiu u QM: Yrmu wx-41 Daw. Hwxskkxwe. xludveh. WRX- Svxx. OUMX4 Xixxcaw Lokh, NC '. 'MPL 'xXvurXXf14vu. RouXwXqwX1., Gm- 'XXN' ?1'5mwxxXuQ. Btuuumx. Qkmmv. Graham. Panda Rx my Km-ra vrxnxyuva. XXHXNX Y- 'Wss Young. .' NIP Mr I XV Frmlt Ifwu . Lvlh . Jufl. x Cond 0412 Bovs' "B" Club . Spivlmamn. Haldvman, Boyor, Caghl, J Hamillnn, Mr, CMJ,-,-1 Row: Canfm-. Lvtlf-. Pf-mber. Howard, KVA-S. Hnbnlv. Jz1,g'fAls. Rub'-rl , Briggs. ac-If Row: P, Hamillfm Bristmv. Gffmcs. Sa vc-P, Vf nic-P. M::c'1mc'c'k. .xv Klvin, T511 - . -QZQ UQ7 he 1. DUVIX 044925262 QZQ 1 Gu-Is' "B" Club ' dff'?7-9 Hf'lJ1f1'f7S. Clzzrlf. IJ1'!'l-Il' .'l H 'V SIYIUUI I1 Lffh, G1'll'IIf'l', 4111',x'hl -Qfyytilzxg? flaw Jai Cf? Www front Row: Ring. Wilson. Cunningham. Miss Kendall. Canine. Rowe. Grimes. Tilley, Hannan. Pretl. Back Row: Gee. Nipper, Svancara. Howard. Glodowski. Gartin. Charlton. Adams. Overbaugh, Molesworth. Roubinek, Totem Staff . , . Flash! . , . Winchells and Thonisons "dish the dirt" . . . They tven dahbled in politics , . . to say nothing of scandal . . . Plays mad, headlines . . i Buy . . . sell . . . or trade column afforded laughs . . . and profits . . . Bill Overbaugh. tditor , . . Who could have written those political arguments? . , . Subscription :fates offered for school year . . . Miss Kendall. advisor. knows her n,wspaper fundamen- tals . . . Efficiency the key note . . . Work turned in earlv . . . typed , . . next. slash- ing and trimming of scandal . . . 4:00 oclock and vet some linger . . . Room 24 huins with industry . , . Stencils are cut--mat.rial assembled , . . on to the mimeograph . . , The Totem goes to press. Vim. vigor. and vitality . . , Two sparkling blondes . . . One brunette . . . All seniors . . . Fast pep assemblies . . . Original yells . . . Ardent supporters of the team . . . Enthusiastic leaders of the students . . . Betty Ring elected Yell Queen . . . Phyllis Pickrell and Joy Sayer returning for their second year of yell leading . . . They never let us down. Sayer Pickrell Ring 72 Uuqmaiw Jew 4-7mm Hmmm First Row: Mr. Jackson, A. Forest, Rathbun, Hicks, Jagels, Hartl, Fransen, Maxwell. Dana. Second Row: Vaughn. Connor, Ring. Davis. Hahn. Martens. Herzinger, Third Row: Kambrich. Mietzner, Sonner, I. Nipper, Emery, Brannen, S. Forest. Lhilds, Sedivy. Fourth Row: J. Nippzr. Peterson. Gerber, Taylor. Wilson, Jensen, Molesworth. Pence. Lammers. FFA . . . Farmer lads up and coming . . . Have won many honors under guid- ance of Mr. Jackson . . . Officers for the year . . , Marvin Jagels. president . . . Bill Hicks, vice-president . . . Henry Hartl, secretary. Willard Rathbun. treasurer . . . Dcrrill Fransen, reporter . . . Charlie Wilson and Marvin Jagels elected to the State Farmzr degree, highest that can be awarded by the state . . . Derrill Fransen and Bill Hicks won the Ogden Interstate Poultry judging contest . . . Henry Hartl. .Elvin Sedivy, and Fred Kambrich won district and Ogden seed and crop judging contests . . . Hicks. Brandon, Kambrich. Fransen, and Sedivy comprised the livestock term at Ogden and placed third . . . Third consecutive year that Buhl collected highest total number of points in Ogden Interstate contests . . . Donald Martens won Chapter Public Speaking contest . . , placed third in district speech meet . , , Jagels elected state and district president . . . represented Idaho at national convention in Kansas City. Missouri . . . Boys had outstanding exhibits at local fair. The greatest career of all . . . Delicious odors floating up from ultra kitchenettes . . . Thrift and budgeting taught . , . How to sew your own and like it . . . Vitamins, A B-C . . . Cozy dinners for fortunate faculty few . . . The food they love to munch . lv-ftructions for the way to any man's heart Wmmw Place . We 7QQ9 cw flfcaim First day of school . . . A call ' male voice available in B their voices for rcsound Me! issued for tenors, basses, and any other types of uhl . . . Boyg suddenly aware that thzy must begin using something besides "Sweet Adeline" . , . Once again the auditorium s with lusty do-re-mi's. Repertoire includes all types of songs . . . "Ole Man River" and "Stout Hearted Men" among favoritzs . . . Great development of vocal technique becomes apparent . . . Quartet. first tenor. D-an Cox . . . second tenor. Eldon Wood . . . first bass. Lloyd Spielmann . . . second bass. Jack Hann . , . Festival numbers, "Hoodo Day" and "Sea Gypsyn . . Auditorium scene of the spring . . Audience rapturously silent in tribute lu this fine group of mali ' concert L singers. afff CTZAO YC A H 5 YU iid 00 ok ba tofi ml Kung NLMLC x u 3 on M k RON foni Q1 099 XC bail gf C 5 Jim Wldb x X ?Qt'w1-Od OX NX K 5 4. um yxk iw UW aim a toddar H 4. X X rs n V0 o M Q xx is mil GX R0 Y 0 Q g D 6093 vi Hal H930 ii X XL BTU 's nd Grim t Klux NN Ov XX x EUHR xi L BN to Y' AUX UQ, P1 ob Xb xxx 'X UN" XXV sv U - ,Ji ' A i A 'J' .V i ,Xf:.".Hk' in X.. rv damkftcs- Qegaiilxvhxlul so bk, ,5 , u 'YF . . '1l'5i.'Lx.S is ' Y.. 100' R ' , ,ami QM me :za JW flfaiea Girls' glee club . . . affords eighth period relaxation . . , Vocal scales trilled . . . Music passes . . . Songs rendered in three-part harmony . . . Sixty girls expend- ing energy on lyrics . . . ranging from "Stop Dat Wimperin"' to "Night and Day" . . . Gab fests held between songs . . . Breathing exercises and diaphram control studied . . . Few girls fortunate enough to make the sextet and other groups . . . Festival pieces appear with spring . . . "Robin in the Rain" . . . Work begins for the highlight of the year . . . music festival . . , Practice is the keynote from now on . . . "Dress rehearsal" of numbers presented to students in assembly . , . Mr. Pierce, director . . . Marion Wilson, accompanist. 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Mr. Pierce, director . . , almost taken for aimy service . . . Assistant director, Fred Olds A . . Gives support to In- dians at basketball tournament in Twin . . . Later exhibition for festival in Jerome. "It's not so close-why can't we stay all night?" . . . Trumpet players . . . special knack for losing music . . . Sweat strains . . . swing strains . . . floating to all looms from auditorium . . . That first "tune up" especially appreciated , , . Thrills listeners . . . Increases excitment at games . . . Swells every Buhlitfs heart with pride over its achievements. Wkew Swag 74 Km? f 43' Violins being tuned . , . Stands being adjusted . . . Music bfing passed 7ke 8 Wad Nm and harmonious sounds from all the instruments . . . Students arriving late and Stepping all over everybody . . . Music cases in heaps upon chairs . . . Then sudden call to at- tention . . , Instruments in position . . . Downswiep of the direct0r's arms and the mastering of the melodious "Bittersweet" is under wav . . . Appearances at plays . . . Performances in the spring . . . Processionals and reeessionals at Commencement . . . Such is the orchestral panorama. WMM W Wwe Front Row: Wright, Taylor. Kaufman. Hannan. Tilley. Brooks. Second Row: Herzinger, Pickrell. Wilson. Stallings. Walcott. Atwood Mr. Pierce. Third Row: Ring. Cox. Wood. Howard. Spielmann. Lehman. Fourth Row: Weaver, Rathbun, Merriman. Todd. Johnson, Briggs. A Capello Choir . . . Sweet throated choristers in black robes make musical :iebut . . . Twelve girls . . . twelve boys . . . picked by tryouts from entire student body . . . Sing without piano accompaniment . . . Voices humming mclodious stralns of "I Am an American" . . . Rehearsals after school hours . . . Mr. Pierce giving his time and assistance. Our twirlers . . . somithing different in Buhl . . . twelve girls to lend "oomph" to the band . . ., Finga rs made nimble by hours of practice , . . Nadine Slee . . . Barbara Roberts . . . instructors . . . reveal all the tricks of the trade . . . They're almost pro- fessional . . Eye-catching costumes . . . Flashing batons . . . Prancing feet . . . They lead the band with military precision. Nelson First Row: Graham. Slee. Roberts. Second Row: Zucal. Moss. Evans. Wegner, Third Row: Hamilton. Teeter, Tate. Dunlap. 7owwfz14q Zewwhw 1 ,QQ Hedwig f44mZaf4Z4 Q Front Row: Adams. Loth. Cunningham. Rowe. Stroud. Carlson. Davis Sun-und Rim? Hawk-X. Millvr. Kaufman, Qualls. Clark. Glodcmwski. Garnor. Back Rmv: IA'l'I'. Carlsun. Kambrich. Summcrs. Tavlur. Mr. Curlis. From Rmxf Mvndini. Pi-ti-i'smi. INIcBr1m1n. Adams. Gum-m-. Garni-r. S cnmi Huw: Bi-auchaima. Brabln, Milli-r. Miss Sziricigiwii. Hansln-xv. Till: xp Ring, Back Him: Jacnlasi-ii. Kaufman. Bunar. Garlin. Sln-limi. Acianis, .-Xtlil.-lic liwlpm-ix . . . PNC'ULl1'li,!,i!iQ sc-hwwl spirit and Qtudi-ni sxiwlsiiiaiifliin pfiliu- flaniium and gymnasium 1-iiiiuiiu-5 during garni-5 and halting xxwiiiid lu "gain--ci'ariivis' '... I'i'i'iiv sali-sgirls 'ind liziricismnv l31'2iK't'4 ii lining iiicnzm- iillviifi anui at tmitliall and luaski-ibali Quini-5 . . . alsi- rmnaiiciiig with fans a Pnl in-ixui i Iialu-5, Librarians and fii'I.u nflni-rs , , Q1hk'l'I'IL1iiY uivinu 111.111 Im: ani 2in51F1l1fx in sw-ki-rr HI lvzwrilriu and lmwiw 111 hunks . . . Maziv ciuin-s km-in ininz iwufx' 1411-pn-wiv nn ssagi f . . . Q-In-cking blink- , . unincking qlnak iwiziuf . -:i1'i'x'im ziiuiiciaiiv- i-:mir . itiiagiizu In-lls . . Maki sczwul ai iiiiiix vin-1 riul xzlau in in DI'l'bl'IiL'i'. if: 5 Smw GMM "June Mad' . , . Hilarious plav bv the class of 1940 . . . Directed bv Mr. Shivelv Cieverlv advertised by play cast attending school in costume . . . Plot revolved around modern children of teen ages . . . Much laughter provoked bv wit . , . A splendid por- Lyayei of all characters . . . A fitting climax to their high school dramatic career. "Broken Dishes" , . . Case of the poor henpecked husband. Jim Joyce . . . domin- eering wife. Wilma Skinner . . Fine acting . . Lovely daughter. Bettv Graham . , Not so lovely daughters. Barbara Atwood. Barbara Soeters . , , Bob lRomeoy Baker . . . there goes Graham's heart . . . Eldon Wood. caretaker . . , Hi-ho-off to work I go . . . Dick 61 now pronounce theem Merriman. minister . . . Wavne fwho done itil Tate. ef tc-etive . . . Bob fhide the bodvl Briggs. criminal . . . Mr. Shivelv director . . , Come kids . , . On stage . . . On stage . . . On stage . , . Driss rehearsal , . . Time for I'i,1'fCC'LlUl'l . , . Minister Merriman . . , Laughed . . . Laughed , . , Laughed . . . Director 51 , . , "Is this the way the plav will be the night?" , , . Oh tragedy? . , . Aren't plays fun? " awe Maw llgwken Bam Um Umiaw Spring arrives . . . Mrs. Rose J. Wilson extends in vitations to enter contest . . . Declam students take bow . . . Broadway successes cut to ten minutes . . . Eager anticipation . . . excitement . . . Buhl festival March 211 . . . Much talent shown . . . humor . . . pathos . , . politics . . . Winners named . . . some nleased . . . others disap pointed . . . Original oratory. B-tty Qualls . . . Extem poraneous speaking. Norman Leer . . . Dramatic. Betty Ring . . . Humorous. Marion Wilson . . . Meinorized po etry, Bob Weaver . . . Extemporaneous reading of poetry Phyllis Pickrell . . . of prose. Miriam Cunningham Memorized oration. Marvin Jagels . . . Essay. George Howard . . . "Waiting", dramatic one-act play . . . Betty Qualls. Ernie Grimes, Betty McBroom. Geneva McCaleb John Kalisek . . . District festival April 7 . . . Filer More excitement . . . anxious watching of judge . . . unsteady knees . . . red faces diy mouths . . . doing best in front of audience . . . spirit of good fellowship present . . , new acquaintances made . . . Everyone willing to praise . . . May the best man win . . . One-act play bringing down the house and giving Buhl the lead in ratings . . Shouts of joy after judge's decision at one a. m .... Excellent ratings awarded . . . Marion Wilson, Betty Qualls, Norman Leer. Miriam Cunningham, George How ard . . . Superior ratings . . . Betty Ring, Bob Weaver, Marvin Jagels, Phyllis Pick rell . . . We're very proud . . . Final splash at Boise Junior College-April 18-19 'Capitol City, here we come-thirteen strong!" First Row: Hamilton, Wilson. Spielmann. Sumner. Jagels. Second Row: Mrs, Wilson, Kucera, B. Ring. Sayer. Petersen. Slee. M, Ring Third Row: Killian, Wright, Kaereher, Cunningham. Qualls. Fourth Row: Gilmore, Rathbun. Kambrich. Bruftey. Fifth Row: Greene. P. Howard. G. Howard. Leer. Weaver. 149 'Q I lx: Sept, 3 6 8 18 25 27 Oct. 2 4 4 8 10 16 18 20 26 28 30 Nov. 1 8 9 13 15 22 27 Dec. 13 14 2U 20 23 7ke New. . School opens with girls' physical educa- tion .taking the place of competitive athletics. Football boys limbering up . . . tough schedule ahead. Grunt . . . settl's down . . . spring sur- prise . . . bride. First Student Association Program . . . Wavnc Skeem and his Melody Skeom- ers . . . Art Rose almost falling oft band stand . . . gives students musical uplift, Annual staff begins sales drive. Tangle with Glenns Ferry at Ferry . . . Manv rooters and band give support . . . Score 0-0. Girl Reserxrs present second program assembly . . . lots of fems. Muriel Goodspeed . . . America's most talented girl . . . Doc Leer being em- barassed. Oakley hire . . . run ragged passes . . . line plunges . . . end runs . . . Buhi victory . . . 19-0. Rupert journeys here . . . exciting game ...tie 12-12. Annual drive for SSSS . . . many students don't dig. Jerome Student Council visiting . . . program by high school band. Phi Delta formal . , . 'gOver the Rain- bowf, Draft takes no teachers yet . . . heck. Shoshone brings squad hire . . . third tie . . . field wet and rainy . . . Tate intercepts pass saves day 0-0. Junior play cast begins rehearsals. Speech class presents program . . Georg? Howard and his alarm clocks steal show. Encounter Bobcats at Burley . . . pound- ing tires as students and band go . . . frequent passes . . . our victory 12-0. Jerome at Jerome . . . dark day for Buhl rooters . . . play good ball last Quarter . . . their game . . . 26-14. Home Ee. girls put their knowledge to use . . . sweet aromas in B. H, S. Separate Boys and Girls assemblies . . . Dr. Wurster for girls . . . Father Ver- hoeven for bovs. Home game with Filer . . . rough and tumble . . . play rapid. Junior Class play . . . big success . . . future Thespians these. Thespian program . . . humorous Dlay. Ceil Dennis about to be a human mop as Miss Henriksen gets ready to clsan up class. Noon games show lots of interest . . new to Buhl High school. Jr. High presents Christmas assembly . . . well done. School out for Christmas . . . 10 days thanks Santa Bowers. Pep Club formal at Legion Hall , . Southern Gard.n Party. Dec. Ili 1 31 Jan. 2 'D -J 1 K J 13 17 21 21 2-1 21 1 30 31 Feb. 1 1 1 2 11 l-l 15 19 2'l 21 Feb. 22 24 25 26 28 28 Mar. 6 8 11 12 19 21 25 Apr. 4 9 ll 16 18 22 26-2 May 3 ,- I r- I ll 16 . . . rqncf 056604 Grite. gripe. i.vl1'.' c' me back for thise two days? Totem staff to put out Totem every month . . . first on Dec. 2. More gripes. ive wanted outf Tanglc with Shoshone here . . . win . . . 40-33. Shoshone at Shoshone . . . we got took . . . 31-16. Buhl travels to J.rome . . . we win 26-17. Students and football bovs as well as towns- reoplc ,loin in last tribute to Coach Wheeler in high school auditorium. Gooding here . . . fast furious game . . . runs into rv.r times . . . win 29-23. Liquid Air dtmonstration . . . a hot time with a cold substance. Rupert here . . . lots of fouls . . . we win 22-16. Filer here . . . rough and tumble . . . we win 17-11. Jaunt to Burlev to get skinned . . . 33-15. Freshman-Sophf.mor' plav . . . "Broken Dishes" . . . a success . . . Yea Frosh! Glenns Ferry there . , . we lose 28-25. Lots of ties and suits in B. H. S ..,. annual pic- tures . . . betcha. Play Jerome her. . . . win 48-31. Lots of fun at rartv out-of-town after game . . . 'tis them thar Juniors again. Afjain to Cafsin County to get trounccd . . . Rurert . . . 33-19. Still in that streak . . . Oaklev here . . . we l0se 38-28. lots ef things haprening at local theater . . . H. Johnson winning S5 . . . Nae Dene Carlson looking for her shoes. In there pitching but lose to Burley here . . . 31-15. Ceil Dennis rccomn'end d to F. H. Buhl School. Ah! we win at Gooding . . . 31-22. Both boys and girls enjoy their athletics. Hands'-me park ranger gives talk and movies of Yellowstone Park . . . verv intertaining. We are skunked at Filer . . . boys off . . . 23-10. Kirnberlv Thespians give assembly for Buhl students . . . solos . . . readings . . . good lookcrs too. Oakley at Oakley . . . took again . . . last game of schedule . . . 29-22: Buhl students on their wav to Oakley. Students ready for tournament. Win 3 games. lose 2 . . . fourth place in tourna- ment. Bowers on rampage aftir the tournament. Good turn-out for baseball and track . . . Luft and Cooper. respectively. Filer Thespians give program for B. H. S .... one-act plav . . . lots of corn likker. Annual staff in uproar . . . got to have Writeups in. NOW! Mrs. Wilson administering aid to Frank Sum- nzr's sweater. Speech class gives program. Hawaiian Singers in Buhl . . . What. no grass skirtsff Lincoln Building gives operetta for high school. Senior Class Play . . . "Smilin' Through." Glec Clubs' assembly for students. I Sznior Breakfast and Senior Day . . .do we miss 'emi' Hanlev Marionettes here . . . really good. Music Festival in Jerome . . . the one great fling of the vear. Speech class ass.mblv . . . More alarm clocks? Baccalaureate. Commencement. MHLHIEE WE UNH EUMQUIHUN Ep 1' .9 Q. w 7kww. . We Jill fm ham Bright, soft, sunshiny days . . , Crack of bull colliding with wood . . . Cracked bats . . , New mitts . , . Smack of leather and ball . . . Cries ot "throw me the pill" . . . Dust flying . . . Coach Luft shouting instructions . . . Umpires bawling . . . Managers chas- ing foul balls . . . Pitchers warming up in the bull pen . . . Spring of 1941 . . , Eight tentative games . , . Opponents . . . Jerome. Filer, Shoshone. Hagerman, Burley . . . Pember. Bristow. Bledsoe, Machacek. only returning lettermen . . , Promising lads Guire, Hurst. Lytle, DeNeal. Cox. Canine, Hamilton, Hustead . . . Spring of 1940 . . . baseball added to Buhl High athletics . . , Good season . . . won seven games . . . oropped three. I Soothing spring breezes . , . Shots from starting gun . . . Cries for time . . . Gasp- ing runners . . . Spikes grinding into cinders . . . 1941 season . . . Eight returning let- termen . . . Prospects. Boyer, Cagle, Grimes . . . sprints. Cobb. Howard. Harm . . . discus. Venter, Cobb . . . javelin. Spielmann . . . high hurdles. Venter. MacKay . . . 880, Weaver . . . mile, Klein , . , 440. Davis . . . polevault, Brown. Nelson . . . Spring of 1940 . . . Tate and King, 880 . . . Jagels, mile . . . Davis. Tate. polevault . . . Hanshew, Grimes. highjump . . , King. javelin . . . Sielmann. high hurdles . . . Sayer, Cagle, Klein. Howard. medley relay . . . Grimes. Cobb. Spielmann. Boyer. spring relay . . . Kroth, shotput . . . Skinner. low hurdles and 440 . . . Cagle, Boyer. Howard. Grimes, sprints . . . Grimps. broadjump. also high point man of season., Wee! Speecf 25 1 .S .-I 4 .. 71 if X., 701 UZQQQ 7eQm4 We x -A .1 V Melvern Wheeler. new coach . . . Gene Cooper. as- , 5 s V f. sistant . . . Only five returning l ttermen . . . experienced U, Q- . -w baekfield . . . one experienced lineman . , . Not very 's large turnout for snort . . . Prospects unpredictable . . . 21DYll11Hg COuld haDDen . . , Grimes and Hamilton elected l co-captains . . . Tied three games . , . won three and lost N I one , . . ranked second in conference . . . Canine and Briggs sel.cted all caintt-renee fullback and end respec- tively . . . Grimes and livtle elected to second all con- , - - Y- -7 7 ference Quarterback and euard respectively . . . Hamilton Mr. Melvern Wheeler received honorabl. mention as center. Glenns Ferry. 0 - Buhl. 0 September 27 . . , journeyed to Glenns Ferry . . . Ferry punt blocked on our 35- yard line during second quarter . . . Canine ran 30 yards . . . Grimgs carried the ball to the 16 , . . Canine attempted a field goal on fourth down . . . failed to place it . . . Just before halftimeGrimes sprinted 32 yards . . , tackled on Ferry's 23 . . . Canin: to Haldeman pass good for 8 yards . . . Canine packed pigskin to 4 yards from goal . . . Whistle halted touchdown drive . . . Indians attempted field goal in third frame . , . Missed. Oakley, 0 - Buhl, 19 October 4 , . . Home game . . . Canine galloped 32 yards to Oakley's 13 in second quarter . . . Pass to Haldeman earned another 5 vards . . . Grimes scampered around end for touchdown . . . Canine's drop kick good for another point . . . Three minutes before halftime . . . Canine intercepted pass . . . sprinted 25 yards to paydirt . . . Indians recovered . . . Oakley fumble on kick-off on own nine-yard line . . . Sus- tained drive down field . . . Canine crashed through remaining eight yards for final score . . . Briggs. Tate, Cagle, and Lytle outstanding in line, First Row: Eastman, Stewart, DeNeal. Roxburg. Davis, Boyer. Hardwick. Second Row: Cagle, Sonner, Hustead, Stoddard, J. Nipper. Norris. Lvtle. Third Row: Mr. Wheeler. Mr, Cooper. Jagels, Venter. Pcmber. Kyles, Hopple. Tate. Robertson, Canine, Mr. Luft. Fourth Row: J. Hamilton, Haldeman, Bledsoe, I. Nipper. Speilmann, Grimes, Cobb. Briggs. 3 Em November 15 . . . Home game . . . Traditional rivals Filer scored in first Quarter . . . Grimes and Cagle iltcinattlv carried ball from our 20 . . . Grimes scored ind plowed through center for extra point . . . Canine kicked field goal from Filer 24 . . . Grimes raced across goal from midfield . . . Ball called back to thirtv . . . Spiclmann gallftped to 14 , , . Gain nullifed by 15-yard penalty . . . Indians hammered goalward . . . Canine ripped line for remaining two yards . . . Filer cut loose with 60-yard touchdown run . . . Canine returned kick- off -10 vards . . . Scored from 15 a few plays later , . , Canine intercepted for "an almost" touchdown . . . Fell on 10-yard line when gun sounded. 'r' -1' Ruperi. 12 - Buhl, 12 October 18 . . . Home game. . . Indians recovered fumble on visitors' 45 . . . drove to 10 . . . forced to punt . . . Rupert endeavored to kick out of danger . , . Grimes re- turned ball within scoring distance , . . Punched ball across line in four successive plays . . . Hasty punt from Rupert wobbled out on 15 . . . Pass from Grimes to Hu- stead good for 14 yds ..., Canine crashed over standing up . . . Rupert scored in the second quarter . . . An intercepted lateral and a reverse gave them final score in the third quarter. ' Shoshone, 0 - Buhl, 0 October 24 . . . Home game . . . Field soggy from rain . . . Shoshone experienced and capable line . . . Grimes returned Shoshone punt 55 yards to Shoshone 5 . . . Sho- shone held for downs . . . Shoshone drove to our 5-yard line . . . Indian line tightened up and repelled them . . , Tate intercepted pass in fourth period . . . Started drive to visitors' 8-yard stripe . . . Attempt for field goal missed. Burley, 0 - Buhl, 12 November 1 . . . Traveled to Burley . . . Pass from Canine to Briggs in end zone scored in opening quarter . . . Grimes crossed pay stripe on an end run in second period . . . Grimes carried ball 15 yards for touchdown in third quarter . . . called back . . . Penalty for offside . . . Long pass from Canine to Briggs in third frame com- pleted . . . Briggs was tackled on 5-yard stripe . . . Bobcats halted scoring drive . . . Burley threatened in fourth quarter . . . Indians held for downs . . . Two yards from goal . . . Venter outstanding man in the line. Jerome. 25 - Buhl, 14 November 8 . . . Battled Jerome on their field . . . Tigers chalked up thirteen points by half time . . . Canine to Spirlmann pass in third period carried ball to 8- yard line . . . Canine drove through tackle for touchdown . . . Canine to Briggs good for extra point . . . Jerome recovered fumble and scored . . . Grimes recovered . , . Jerome fumbled . . . Canine converted . . . Briggs and Canine outstanding Indian players. Filer. 12 - Buhl, zz M,-, G L Wwe Sim. .Wwe Mem. Basketball Smash of ball against bare hands . . . Stacatto of run- ning feet . . . Basketballs thudding against backboard , . . Cries of "nice one" as a basket is scored . . . Coach Luft's advice ringing out across gymnasium . , . Familial aroma of disinfectant and tape . . . Trainer Jzigels trying to apnease whims of squad . . . AnothLr basketball sea- Mr- Floyd Luft son is underway. ' Prospects good for a successful season . . . Seven lettermen back . . , Seniors won interclass tournament Squad comprised of six seniors, five juniors, ong sophomore , , . Grimes and Briggs. honorary captains . . . First game with Glenns Ferry at Buhl . . . Victory! . . . Next gamt against Shoshone . . . Shoshonies tough. but not invincible . . , At Shoshone. our lads vanquished . . , Buhl annexed game at Jerome . . . Gooding put up tough fight on our floor . . . two overtime periods . . . we won! . . . Rupert fell before Indians . . . Filer, tradi- tional enemies . . , low score, but Wildcats were squelched . . . We bowed to Burley on their floor . . . Went into an overtime period . . . Were defeated Played better type of game for next few tilts . . . Then Burlty played here . . . Bobcats seemed to have Jinx on Indians . . , couldn't accomplish anything . . . First 5 oxclill ,Q ,N L zxiill Cawuc QE GYKUWS Here Glenns Ferrv . Shoshone Gooding Rupert Filer Jerome Oakley Burley uae mon We 30 40 29 22 17 48 28 15 They 24 38 23 lti ll Stl 33 31 ,Bt XSXO vi 5'-fs.. . Mew Wadi. . Wake glean deft-gt on hrime floor . , . Oakley boys good shots . . . Very fast and clever . . . Second loss for Indians in op' own gvm . . . Sotght revenge against Gooding . . . Played good game . . . Filer met Indians on tzielr fl'J'JI' . . . Aveng.d previous defeat by our lads . . . Played Oakley there . . . Came out with short end of score . . . Entered tcurnament the following week 4 . . First opponent. Burlev . . . One of the hardest and fastest games of the meet , . . Bobcats won 4 . . Jerome fought hard battle but couldn't overcome home team . . . Took Gooding the Iiext day . . . Clashed with Oakley Saturday morning . . . Put away suits until another year . . 4 Grimes selected for second all tournament team . . . Seniors playing last game for Buhl. Briggs. Canine. Bristow. and Spielinaiin. Coach Coopers Indian Cubs had varied season . 4 . Close scoring games . . . Overtime periods their specialty . . . Won six gamLs . . . Lost seven . . 4 Improved ax season advanced . . . Good material for next vear's var- sity , . . Boys playing most . 4 , DeNeal. Corbin. Sisson. Pence, Hustead. Stewart. Luntey. Johnson. Brown. Cagle. Eastman. Bri 335 MQCi7aCc1k Tgte 191. There we They Cdsoe Jerome 4 H26 17 Shoshone ..... ..... 1 6 31 Burley . ...... 4 ..l5 33 Glenns Ferrv ..... .... . . 25 28 Rupert 4 ...... 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