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Page 14 text:
I. E. WALSH, Superintendent
Miss Gertrude Miller, treasurer and clerk
chool D t t No. 37, greatest felicitations
due for her unceasing and patient main-
t ce of Nampa High School as an accredited
h ol and as a real prerogative to the com-
To the Seniors
Your Sage Stai has certainly
presented the high school with an
ambitious motto for 1937-prog-
Progress is an appropriate
theme for high schools and for
youth. The accomplishments ex-
emplified by television are incli-
cative of the progress made by
our great country in the past and
prophetic of the future.
High school education should
be a means toward the progres-
sive life. We hope that the class
of 1937 Will make advancement
of civilization their life motto
and Will attempt to keep alight
the torch that guides the World
to better and happier levels.
Good luck, and goodbye.
J. E. WALSH,
Page 13 text:
"Bigger and better school facilities" seems to have
been the motto of the Nampa School Board for this year.
More buildings have been planned, and more construc-
tion has been completed than for many years.
Many special meetings have been called, and the
members have very efliciently done their best to keep
Nampa High School on the up and coming list.
W. H. Keim, chairman of the Board, has been work-
ing in the interest of the Nampa schools for seven years.
Vice-chairman H. E. Meyer, manager of the Boise
Valley Grain Growers Association, has been a member of
the School Board for live years.
W. S. Anderson, appointed to fill a vacancy in 1934
and later elected to the position, is the manager of the
Mountain States Telephone Company in Nampa.
B. H. Davies, owner of the Davies Hardware Com-
pany, began his service as a member of the Board in 1934.
E. W. Rising has been on the Board for two years.
Mr. Rising is in the insurance business.
Elmer I. Eastman, salesman for the Idaho Power
Company, is the latest member to join the school super-
visorsg he was elected in 1936.
These Nampa business men have given much time
to the management of the finances and to planning for
the betterment of Nampa High School.
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Page 15 text:
To the Class
The members of the class of
1937 are to be congratulated on
the forward outlook in the Sage.
The theme of television is one of
particular interest to those who
look forward to the progress of
Your educational planning
may also bring benefits tomor-
row in enjoyment of greater hap-
piness resulting from a more
complete living. The study of
science, especially Physics and
Chemistry, helps us to study and
enjoy the marvels of present day
inventions. This study may also
help some student of today in the
solution of some of the difficul-
ties now found in perfecting
modern inventions. While it is
possible today to see as well as to
hear entertainers on broadcast
programs, it is still too expensive
for the average home to enjoy.
Some member of our high school
Science Club may later bring
television within the reach of the
I also wish that the lives of
all our high scl mol students may
be enriched with happiness that
may unfold before them after
leaving Nampa High School.
C. C. COWIN,
C. C. COWIN, Principal
Miss Laura Frahm, secretary to th cl
9 3 Illlfl-
t tion and registrar, and Miss Mllclred Reay,
tt Ci A ' " '
a en ance clerk, preside with great
th Hi d th h f l cl ll
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