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BUZZ SAW
VVOL. IV NO. 4
December 17, 1945



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THE ROOTS
STAFF
Editor ....... Annette Gaston
Assistant Editor ....... Bob Whaley
Sports Editor ....... Frank Moss
Assistant ....... Bill Carpenter

Feature Editor, Eveline McDaniel
Assistant ....... Jimmy Oliver
Reporters ....... John Crawford, Millie Ann Woody, Margie Gard, John Henry Paulson
Circulation Mgrs ....... John Green
Pat Sharp, Donna Sharp, Bob Boyer
News Editor ....... Blanche Fishback
Business Manager ....... Melbadean McDaniel

Class Reporters:
Freshman ....... Mary Carpenter
Sophomore ....... Hazel Boehm
Junior ....... Shirley Pope
Senior ....... Darlene Darrall
Advisor ....... Mrs. Goldsmith



Editorial
Basketball season is here again and from the promising looks of the team we're off to the right start. The Student Body is held responsible or stunts between halves and the band is practicing to do their share of supporting the team. Billie and Elva are ready to lead us in the customary yells, so it's only fair that we turn out for every game and help do our share. The team and Coach White are powerless without the entire high school backing them. Get out and exercise a little more of the pep that you yell about in:

Go get 'em team, Go get 'em
Go get 'em team, Go get 'em
Go get 'em team,
Go get 'em team,
Go get 'em team, Go get 'em!!

Then we can add another prize to the trophy case. And at all games, always keep in mind our sportsmanship flag we won, for that's a stirring symbol to ever inspire the whole Student Body.

The Editor



Editorial
We - the Buzz Saw Staff - wish to dedicate this edition of our paper to our absent staff member - Darlene Darrall. This is our contribution and our best wishes for your speedy recovery, Darlene. We've built the paper's main features around topics we hope will please you. The halls and classrooms seem empty with an over whelming silence not to be overcome until you return again. So hurry back to school.

The Editor, Staff and Advisor



The Letterman Club News
The Letterman Club met Wednesday, December 5th for the first time this year. Election of officers was held. They are as follows: president, Bill Carpenter; vice-president, Bob Purcell; sec-treas., Frank Moss; Sgt. of Arms, Gene Tuttle and Jack Penrod, assistant.

It was decided to sell pop at home games again this year. The annual N. P. Club initiation was discussed. Coach White, Supt. Riddlebarger and all Seniors will be honorary members at the "Grand Reception".



SPORTS
JAMBOREE
December 6th the Pilgrims traveled to Payette to participate in the Snake River Jamboree. We drew Fruitland for the first game. With neither team doing much, New Plymouth came out victorious with a score of 10-6. Moss was high with four points.

The second game placed the Pilgrims against Payette. The faster but shorter team won 12 - 9. Moss Gilmore and Penrod tied with 3 points each.

Although Moss was high scorer for the evening, Gilmore, a newcomer to the varsity, and Penrod, center, probably were the outstanding players for New Plymouth.



PILGRIMS TRIP
NAZARENE ACADEMY
On December 10, 1945, the Pilgrims defeated a smaller but fighting Nazarene Academy five. Moss was high with 21 points. Penrod was next with 5. Penrod is the center who has so ably taken Laudermilk's center for this semester. You'll hear more of him.

The "B" squad game showed the "Baby Pilgrims" victorious with a score of 20-10. Yosh Mura-ta was high with 5; followed by "Little Brother" John with 4.

NEXT GAME AT WEISER DECEMBER 18th.



THE CHIP BASKET
HIGH SCHOOL NEWS
A National Assembly was held in the high school auditorium on Tuesday December 4, at 9:00 a.m. Mr. Galen Miller Harvey and his "Fun and Music at the Piano" was featured. He played "Down by the Old Mill Stream" and showed the students different actions they could do while they sang the song. The students enjoyed his visit very much.

Many of the high school students are absent this week with colds and flu.



SONG DEDICATIONS
N.P.H.S. - I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas
Pat and Frank - It's love, love, love
Grant Mc. - I had a Little Ford
Margie Gard - That Soldier of Mine
Gene Tackett - My Dream is Getting Better All the Time
Phyllis M. - Bell Bottom Trousers
Bessie K. - Home Sweet Home
Mary L. Baker - That's what I Like About the South
John C. - I was born about 4,000 years ago
Gene Tuttle - Oh Ma-Ma
Darlene D. - There'll be Some Changes Made
Alex C. - She Two Timed Me One Time Too Many
Jimmy O. - I Got Rhythm
Helen C. - I Did It All Over Again
Claire and Wanda G. - My Sister And I
Mrs. Goldsmith - Blue English
Jimmy G. - No Can Do
Harold White - Take It Easy
Gloria H. - Did You Ever Get
That Feeling In The Moonlight?
Jennie B. - Waiting For The Train To Come In
Laura D. - I Don't Want To Walk Without You
Bob Purcell - Here I Go Again
Shirley Pope - Jim Never Brings Me Pretty Flowers
Keith W. - Tell Me Mary How To Woo Thee
Imogene R. - More and More
Oran H. - Peg Leg Pete
Mr. Riddlebarger - Cannibal King
Mrs. Purkhiser - Zoola Maid
Bob Platz and Elva - A Kiss
Goodnight Bill Carpenter - Big Bad Bill
Mr. Good - Oh, Those Wild, Wild Women
Billie C - In A Little Town Nearby
Wayne D. - I'm An Old Cow Hand
Kenneth C. - Louise
Winnie G. - Bye Bye Blues
Donna - I'm Saving Myself For Bill
Typing I - Flying Fingers
Kenny L. - Little Brown Jug
Marjorie P. - Sophisticated Lady
John G. - Three Blind Mice
James C. - Somebody Else Has Taken My Place
Mr. Hopper - They're Driving Me Crazy
Jack Penrod - If I Only Had A Brain
Jeanette - It Will Be A Long Long Time



WHAT DO YOU WANT SANTA TO BRING YOU FOR CHRISTMAS
Mr. White - A phonograph (and a woman to dance with)
James C. - 3 passing grades
Alex C - '46 Buick
Ruby K. - Kiddy car
LaVena J. - Little dolly
Lucill H. - A pair of nylons
Bob Boyer - A Majorette doll ($8.95)
Pat S. - A big fluffy Teddy Bear
Elva W. - A man!!
Margie G. - Eldon to come home
Annette G. - Carmen Cavallero and a white baby grand piano
Marvin M. - Piper Cub airplane
Frank M. - A little dolly
Jennie B. - A big, big, big box of chocolates
Virginia B. - A teddy bear
Jeanette - Logan to get home
Wanda Lee G. - A typewriter
Orpha M. - A pink elephant
Jim Oliver - A gorgeous blond on a 3 wheel tricycle
Mrs. Goldsmith - Another Ford and some nylons
Bob Platz - A pre-war girdle
Bob Whaley - '46 convertable Buick with a blond chauffeur
Albert B. - '46 Harley Davidson motorcycle
Phyllis M. - A certain sailor would be fine under a tree
Hazel B. - A little rubber dolly
Alma Adell - Loads and loads of candy
Irene K. - Paint set
Joyce G. - A Roman chariot with a fluid drive
Juanita F. - Color book
Mr. Hopper- - Good American History students



CAN YOU IMAGINE
1. Mrs. Goldsmith saying "Take all the time you want - I don't care when you hand in your book reports."
2. The library empty for one whole period?
3. Jennie B. not taking roll.
4. N. P. not winning a ball game.
5. Kenny L. at school five days a week.
6. Wayne Dillon without cowboy boots.
7. Everyone pleased with the paper.
8. Margie getting less than 10 letters a week from Eldon?
9. Bob Platz learning a poem in Public Speaking?
10. Anyone actually liking Latin.
11. Annette actually playing some popular music in glee club.
12. Gene Tackett playing softer than the rest of the band?
13. The Juniors not cheating in a Bookkeeping Test.
14. Phyllis Moore without a boy friend?
15. The building being warm enough to please the "public in general".
16. Bob Purcell able to go out for sports.
17. A boy for every girl at a dance.
18. Being in a study hall and Purcell not walking in?
19. Everyone on time for classes?
20. Crawford without his camera.
21. Billie not telling about last night's date.
22. Marvin Moore having less than twelve in his car at noon.
23. Yosh Murata not grinning?
24. No encyclopediatics.
25. A quiet typing study hall.



WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO CHRISTMAS EVE?
Mary C. - It's hard tellin'
John C. - Knit my stocking
Paul C. - Shake my presents
Jimmie G. - Dye my hair
Mr. Good - Just call me roving casanova
Bob Platz - Not speakable
John Paulson - Celebrate my birthday
Elva W. - Start reducing (on Christmas eve??)
Gene Tackett - Who me??
Faye G. - That's for me to know and you to read about in the Buzz Saw
James C. - Portland, here I come (by freight)
La Vena - Sleep, sleep, sleep!
Barbara A. - Sleep!
Bob Whaley - (One big smile)
Mr. Hopper - Go to the coast (I hope)
Margie G. - Go to Korea (could Eldon be there?)
Ruth Fishback - Prepare to eat Bill C - None of your - - - business
John Murata - fool around (and oh, that smile)
Mrs. Goldsmith - Enjoy my family (I hope)
Mr. Hutton - Wash windows
Marvin Moore - Hard to tell
Vera S. - Golly, I don't know
Juanita M. - Probably go to Weiser
Don Hendrickson - Study Geometry Ha! Ha!
Bob Boyer - Try and get me a girl
Bob Purcell - Get my first pin for the shaft club
Yosh Murata - Undecided
Nadine D. - Forget Latin
Jack Naylor - Read my Civics for a change
Jennie B. - I don't have any idea
Annette G. - Try to heckle a date out of Santa Claus
Shirley W. - Oh cow!



YOUNG TIMBER
GRADE SCHOOL NEWS
Many of the grade school students have been absent the last two weeks with the flu and colds. Approximately 150 students were absent both Tuesday and Wednesday.

Mrs. Gorton, teacher of the third grade, has been ill and Mrs. Tuttle has taken her place. Roland Gross, a student in the eighth grade, has left for Boise.



BRANCHES
Eleanor Fisher was born October 27, 1928 in New Plymouth. She started to school here and hopes to graduate from N.P.H.S. next spring. Eleanor has taken an active part in the Girls Glee Club during her four years of high school and she was a member of the Girls Sexette in her Junior year. Her favorite subject is Geometry!!!, and her favorite sport is basketball.

Eleanor played Em Hoskins in the Senior play, The Calamity Kids. Van Johnson (of course) and Ginger Rogers are her favorite motion picture stars.

Eleanor is as yet undecided as to what she wants to do after she graduates.



KNOT HOLES
WANT ADS
WANTED:
More school dances with all the boys dancing - N.P.H.S.
A fair deal for would-be Typing II students - Seniors
1946 Cadillac - Bob Purcell
Refund on watch which doesn't run - Jack Moss
Telegram stating "Discharge completed. Be home soon. Love, Art." - Jennie Benjamin
Someone to be victim of my very talented jitterbugging - Jimmie Oliver
A few more girls to chaperone us to all Jamboree's - Some certain Freshmen boys
More frankness among the Freshmen - Mr. Riddlebarger
More good luck for the coming basketball games - N.P.H.S.
A little bit more co-operation, and less "horse play" among the students - The Faculty



FOR SALE:
English IV class. Cheap. Considering giving it away - Mr. Hopper



TRADE:
A gym shoe for one that will stay on - Imogene Russell
Red hair for light pink - Norma Fowler



LOST:
One very attractive girl friend, Shirley Stein. (Too bad boys) Purcell and Clement
A heel off my "new" spectators - Marjorie Penrod



FOUND:
Two new words - "Goo" and "ick" - La Vena and Ruby



Too many of the students and faculty have been absent to really have any worthwhile news this time.

Everybody has the flu and brother, you haven't any pep with that!

Bob Platz with Public Speaking readings overdue 12 weeks.

Be careful Laura D. in this school we don't go for breaking up happy couples. You'll be treading on safer ground if you leave Dean M. to Barbara A.

Bob P. and Helen C. romance isn't running so smoothly, but with one of them sick, how can it be helped?

How does Mary Carpenter rate? Two men in one week. Ronald and Keithie - and both are so serious!!!

If you want to get rich quick - follow two certain Senior boy's methods. The Gay Way slot machines always pay off. Where did you get the twine string boys?

Gene Tuttle had just as bad a cold as Lloyd and John Henry - so why be so stingy with the cough drops, Bob P.?

This is just too funny to keep!! Elva Worthington screaming because a black cat walked in front of her. Then she turned right around and walked under a ladder!!!

Faye Gardener hasn't mentioned Fred for some time yet that doesn't mean that he doesn't mention her - (Faye you are slip-pnig! It's a woman's privilege to chase a man now). Leap year coming up!!

Louise Ward finally got tired of Wayne Dillon - or else Kenny C. suddenly assembled enough nerve to ask for a date - in either case - Louise is seen frequently in "Red's" presence.

Have you gotten anymore of those dreamy mushy typed letters so characteristic of "a certain Junior Girl", Henry? Or have you kept the typing 1 class so busy with Budgets that "she" hasn't had time.

Phyllis M.'s motto "All out for the Navy" was slightly altered when she received a long distance phone call from Pvt. Bob Slott of Fort Douglas. Phyllis, how do you do it?

Alex that's a very charming pin you're wearing over your heart. What does it say, "skeen" or "skin"?

Kids I think we're going to lose Jennie soon. Has he got a brother or can we have a chance for "Him"?

For heaven sakes! Make up your mind - Louise R. Is it Keith, George or Robert? The man shortage isn't over you know.

Have you ever ridden with any of those Soph, boys? We thought I the highways were bad enough i but when it came to tearing down the Noble Ditch-Brother that's bad!

What's this about Frank M. wantin more company 7th period | than the library books? Now maybe you should have taken Sociology, Frank.

John Crawford with his flashbulb camera frequently stopping Shall pacing couples with "watch the birdie" 'cause "I'm Alabamy Bound".



JOKES
Customer: "Do you have brown sugar?"
Billie Castle: "No ma'm. When it gets that dirty we throw it out."
Peebles: - "What becomes of a baseball player when his eyes go bad?"
Jeebles: - "Don't forget, pal, all umpires were once players."
Bride: - "Darling, will you still love me if I grow fat?"
Groom: - "Heck no - I promised for better or worse, not through thick and thin."
Minister: - "Well, Mose, How is your better half this morning?"
Mose: - "She am done bettah, suh, but pahson yo' is sho' careless wif yo' fractions."
Teacher: - "Jimmy, name five things that contain milk."
Jimmy: - 'Butter, ice cream, cheese, and two cows."



Conrad's Pharmacy
THE REXALL STORE
Phone 1
DRUG SUNDRIES
DRUGS
TOILETRIES


Nicholson Equipment Company
CASE FARM IMPLEMENTS
GENERAL ELECTRIC
APPLIANCES


White Hardware and Implement Co.
POWER FARM EQUIPMENT
INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS
FARM SUPPLIES
PHONE 18


Payette Valley Cooperative, Inc.
PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
AND
FARM SUPPLIES
PHONE 100-W


Glenn's Shoe Repair Shop
HALF SOLING - REPAIRING - DYEING
PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT


Mil-Ray Cafe
"It's a Good Place to Eat"
REGULAR MEALS
SHORT ORDERS
FOUNTAIN SERVICE
SANDWICHES


Wherry Hardware
HARDWARE - PLUMBING - PAINTS
SPORTING GOODS - ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
PHONE 21-R


New Plymouth Mercantile Co.
PHONES 40 and 41
GROCERIES - MEATS - VEGETABLES
DRYGOODS


New Plymouth Groceteria
R.J. Sullivan, Owner
PHONE 17
QUALITY GROCERIES - FRESH MEATS
Mary's Beauty Shoppe
FOR A PERMANENT WAVE
Shampoo and Wave
Beauty Necessities
PHONE 71-J


Hatfield Feed and Fuel
CUSTOM GRINDING AND RECLEANING
FARM SUPPLIES
PHONE 32
RES. 83


Idaho Power Company
"A Citizen Wherever It Serves"
WE STRIVE TO PLEASE YOU
REDY-KILOWAT IS ALWAYS READY




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