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New Plymouth High School
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BUZZ SAW
VOL. IV., NO. 12
April 22, 1946



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THE ROOTS
FRESHMAN CLASS EDITION OF THE BUZZ SAW
Editor ....... Ronald Weed
Assistant Editor ....... Ora Barrett
Sports ....... LaVern Bartz, Ernest
Townsend Features ....... Vera Sattgast, Robert Sewell, Joyce Gaston
Reporters ....... Darryl Betts, Marjorie Bennet, Allen Cole, Louise Ward
News ....... Barbara Boggs
Gossip ....... Lucille Waldo, Mary Carpenter, Clara Belle Harris, Micheal Zahm
Grade School News ....... Juanita Munger
Birthdays ....... George Gardner, Joyce Sorenson
Biography ............ Claire German, Verna Sattgast, Martha Cooper



EDITORIAL
We have had several comments in regard of our school building. In recent years it has been considered one of the best kept school buildings in the state. The cleanliness of the building is our responsibility as well as that of the teachers and janitor. Mr. Hutton has done a splendid job in spite of the fact that he has been slightly handicapped due to his accident last summer. We should do our best to cooperate with him in any way we can.

We should keep the grounds free of papers, pick the lunch sacks from behind the bushes and keep cigarette buttes off of the sidewalks. Above all we should keep our lockers clean and in good order. With a little cooperation we can continue to hold the reputation of having one of the best kept buildings in the state.

Ora Barrett



SPORTS
TRACK
In the track meet last Saturday the New Plymouth boys placed in almost every event in which they took part.

In the 4-40 (quarter mile) Frank Moss was the only New Plymouth boy to enter, but he took first place with a margin of about thirty feet.

In the 2-20 (eight-mile) Bob Purcell took first place with Rice on his heels.

In the 100 yard dash Carpenter and Purcell entered. Purcell took third.

Wight and Townsend entered in the 8-80 (half-mile). Wight took third.

Zahm was the only New Plymouth boy to enter the mile. He managed to take 4th.

Jim Clement entered the discus, but was disqualified.

Bob Whaley and Jack Penrod entered the high-jump. Bob took second and Jack took third.

In the low hurdles Whaley and Penrod entered. Whaley took third.

No N. P. boys entered the high hurdles. Wight and Penrod entered the javelin contest, but neither placed.

New Plymouth was not represented in the pole-vault.

The shot put was by Laudermilk and Purcell. Neither placed.

The relay race closed the meet. The Plymouth boys won with about thirty or forty ft. margin. Purcell, Dillon, Carpenter and Moss ran in the closing event.

Fruitland was first with 69 points. Payette 64 and New Plymouth 29.



BASEBALL
New Plymouth started out this year's baseball season with the Nyssa game. Even for their first game they came out on top with a score of 18 to 6. Moss was high point man with five scores and Carpenter next with four. On the opposing, six men each scored one point.

Our next game of the season was with Fruitland. We also won this game with a score of 10-2. Carpenter and Murata tied with three points each. Hutchinson and White scored the two points for Fruitland.

We played Boise High School in the next game. It was a close game all the way through but Boise finally, after a hard fight, won tour to one. Moss made the score on our side and Harrington and Douglas tied for the other side with two points each.

New Plymouth played Emmett Monday the 15th. This was a good and a close game. We lost six to two. Carpenter and Purcell made the two points for the Pilgrims.

The New Plymouth team went to Payette Wednesday afternoon to play. We lost with a hard fight. The score was three to two. Moss and Platz made the scores for our side.

The Freshman Class played the eighth grade Wednesday afternoon. They didn't have enough players throughout the game but did well losing the game by one point. The score was seven to eight.



THE CHIP BASKET
Suggestions For The Initiation Of The Freshmen Next Year

Wayne D. - Take them on a party, give them skinned grapes and make them think it's cat eyes.
Frank M. - Treat them like we didn't treat the Freshmen this year.
Clara Belle Harris - Throw them all in a ditch.
Mary L. B. - Don't you hurt Joe Thomas.
Darlene - Since my brother's in the class don't do anything to them.
Darryl Betts - Wait till the time comes. Ha! Ha! Ha!
Claire G. - They're going to find out.
Yosh M. - Anything - kill 'em if you want to.
Margie G. - Hang 'em.
Pat Sharp - Make them wait on the Seniors.
Jennie C. - Do to them what you want to do to them.
Robert S. - I've still got a belt or two, haven't you?
Vera S. - Give them a swift kick.
Jack D. - Hang them up on the water tower by their feet.
Norma - Let's do something drastic.
John M. - Anything and everything.
Leota M. - Everything - and make it tough.
Marjorie P. - Dye their hair green with cake coloring.
Irene K. - Make them walk on nails barefooted.
Keith W. - Rub them with red hot ointment then run them through the spats.



WHAT'S NEW IN N. P. H. S.
Up-sweep hairdo's
Oxfords (for a change)
New Junior class rings
"Just married" written on Alex C.'s car.
Boys rings worn around girls necks on chains with basketballs.
"Pin-up boys" on the back of "Sportsman Pilot".



FAVORITE PASTIME
Mrs. Goldsmith - reading
Bob Platz - chasing Juniors
Verna Sattgast - listening to Keith mumble
Keith Remington - we're to dumb to understand
George Hopper - sleeping
Elva Worthington - reading letters
Mary Louise "Arky" - talking
Bill Carpenter - wine, women and song
James Clement - drinking Grant McDaniels - sleeping and day dreaming
Bob Purcell - sleeping
Darryl Betts - looking (Hmm!)
Lloyd Bartz - looking at?????
Jack Penrod - no work, sleep
Charlene C. - breathing
Wayne D. - They wouldn't print it
Melbadene Mc. - car riding
Donna Sharp - just sitting and dreaming (I wonder of who)
Annette G. - riding in the Mercury with U-no-who!
Gene Randall - chasing women and typing
What Do You Want The Easter Bunny To Bring You?
Wayne D. - A "new blonde"!
Annette G. - "Lots of egg-beaters
and butterflies." Gene R. - Just an old hard boiled egg.
Joyce G. - A chance to go to Wei-ser's skating rink again.
Mary B. - Tube of "Bright Forecast" lipstick.
Helen C. - A pair of nylons.
Florence S. - Another thumbnail.
Eula W. - Some more post cards.
Elva W. - A letter!!
Laura D. - A pussy cat.
Ruth F. - Luck in the future.
Mr. Hutton - Less headaches than I have.
Mr. White - Nine rabbits that can play baseball.
Mrs. Purkhiser - A spring vacation.
Darryl B- - Curling iron to curl Margie B. hair in Global Geography.
Jack D. - A new cigarette lighter.
Ernest T. - Dentine gum.
Albert B. - Nuthin'.
Millie Ann - A new Cadillac.
Mr. Riddlebarger - A lucky egg for the relay races Saturday.
Jenny C. - Box of chocolates and a pair of nylons.



EINSTEINS?
Three brilliant students of the Physics class got together and made an electric motor last week under the able supervision of Professor Harold White. The students, John Paulsen, Gene Randall and Frank Moss, perfected this experiment with the aid of the following articles: a knitting needle, two corks, a coil of wire and a magnet. The high school will deeply grieve the departure of these atom-minded scientists.



SAWDUST
JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET
Great plans and secret meetings portend the Junior-Senior banquet which has been set for Tuesday night, April 23. The date was set up so that departing Senior boys might enjoy the banquet. The banquet will be held in the Walter Burke Hall. Mrs. Frances Purkhiser, advisor, Bill Carpenter class president, and committees are working hard to make this annual affair a real success.



SPRING PROGRAM
The music department under the direction of Harold White and the public speaking class under the leadership of Mrs. Claire Goldsmith will present an evening of entertainment to the commuity free of charge Wednesday night, April 24, at the high school auditorium at 8:15 o'clock. Music will consist of band selections, group singing and solos. Two one-act comedy plays will be presented, "Are We Dressing," which will be directed by Marjory Gard and 'The Pest Guest," directed by Darlene Darrall. All who are interested are invited to attend this evening program. Children who attend are requested to be accompanied by their parents and sit with them during the entertainment.



BUZZ SAW RECEIVES AWARD
The Buzz Saw received the only award in the state of Idaho in the National Anti-T. B. Association contest of school papers. Irene Carlson, a field worker for the National Association, was enroute to New Plymouth Wednesday, with the state Anti-T. B. field nurse, Miss Violett Gilbreth, to present the award. Car trouble made it impossible for them to reach New Plymouth. The citation will be presented to the Buzz Saw staff at an assembly Tuesday. This is the second time the New Plymouth school paper has received this award.

Safety Davis will be in New Plymouth, Tuesday 23. There will be an assembly at grade school at 1:30 and he will be at the high school at 2:30. At 3:15 he will sneak to the safety patrol and at 4:00 he will inspect the bus loading and the downtown, traffic. There will be a dinner for the safety patrol at 7:30 and it will be followed by pictures on safety to be shown in the high school auditorium.



ATTEND CONFERENCE
The paper editor, Annette Gaston, and the annual editor, Donna Sharp, attended the Journalism Conference in Boise Thursday at Boise Junior College. After registration the girls attended an open discussion on Editorials and Year Books. Personnel from school papers represented exchanged ideas and completely worked out a dummy copy of a school newspaper.

Some of the represented schools were Gooding, Melba, Wilder, Franklin, E m m e 11, Blackfoot, Caldwell and Nampa. In the evening a banquet and dance was given for the students. A dramatics contest of one-act plays completed the evening.



SENIOR NEWS
Alex Conger, Frank Moss and Bob Purcell will leave for the Navy on the morning of Saturday, April 27. The three boys played basketball last year and are out for baseball this spring. We all wish them good luck and happy landings after they leave. I'm sure that we will miss these boys of New Plymouth high school very much.



JUNIOR NEWS
How did you feel before the play?
Laura D. - Like something I'm not.
John G. - My mustache tickles!!
Charlene C - Oh! Perfect - Ouch!
Bob B. - I feel fine, all but my stomach.
Shirley P. - With my hands.
Pat S. - Oh, I feel awful.
Ruth F. - Like an old maid of 50.
Bessie K. - I'm not sure.
Wayne D. - Words will never express it. Bill C - I'm still here. Mrs. Purkhiser - Perky:!

On Friday evening, April 12, a very enjoyable evening was had by all who attended the Junior play, "Too Many Mothers " $218 was taken in. This money will be used for the Junior-Senior banquet. Weldon Wight suffered a torn ligament in his foot when he jumped off of a fence Sunday afternoon. He returned to school Thursday.



SOPHOMORE NEWS
Billie Castles, daughter of Mrs. Veva Castles, and Clifford Wolfe of Nyssa were united in marriage at the St. Aloysius Catholic Church in New Plymouth Saturday, April 14. Billie was a popular member of her class. She served as yell leader two years. She has been employed after school hours at the Groceteria. Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe will be at home on his farm near Nyssa.



YOUNG TIMBER
First Grade
Mrs. Odoms

High honors - Emmijean Johnson, Robert Keith Richards, Stanley Nelson.
Honorable mention - Eveland Parton, Eugene Russell, Haggery Gordon, Abslile Abshire.
Twelve are out with the measles.



First Grade
Mrs. Joyce

There are twelve absent with the measles.
Patty Anna Weed, Keith Bobbs and Harold Ray are back from the measles.
Easter party Friday afternoon.
New pupils are Robert Copeland, Arthur Peterson, Helen Peterson, Ernest Van Matre and Patricia Hopkins.
Thomas Crawford is back in school after a trip to Burns, Ore.



Second Grade
Mrs. James

A number out with the measles.



Third Grade
Mrs. Gorton

Six absent with measles.
High honor - Jim Nakamura.
Honorable mention - Carl Tyler, LaVeryl Gerlach, Lois Shurts, Steven Myers.



Third Grade
Mrs. Fishback

A number out with measles.
Fifth Grade Mrs. Burns Delores Nelson has the measles.
Marion Wayne left school.

Sixth Grade
Mrs. Betts

New pupils are Mary Malson and Madge Horton.
Honorable mention - Dorothy Bohm, Jim Kocker, Barbara Pritzl.
Eighth Grade Mr. Heighten Many are out with the measles.
High honors - Barbara Bean, Loraine Paulsen, Betty Morell.



LEAVES
SENIOR BIOGRAPHIES
On August 31, 1927, at the home of Martin Platz, a baby boy was brought into the world. He was named Bob. He has attended grade school and high school in New Plymouth and plans to graduate this spring.

He has joined most of the sports with four years of footbali, basketball and two years of baseball. He has no favorite actor or actress, says he likes them all. After he graduates he plans to go into the armed forces.

One cold December day about seventeen years ago a little boy arrived at the Purcell home in Payette, Idaho. His parents named him Bob. Bob has gone to grade school and high school in New Plymouth and plans to graduate this spring with the class of "46". He has joined into the sports of N. P. H. S. with four years of baseball and football, three years of basketball and one year track.

He has sung in the boys quartet three years. His favorite actor is Walter Pidgeon and actress is Greer Garson. In the Junior play he had the lead as "Professor How Could You?" and Brad Rivers in the Senior play "Calamity Kids."



BRANCHES
We wish to extend "Birthday Greetings" to the following students whose birthdays are in April.

Leota Munger .............................. 3
Wanda Lee German .................... 6
Wayne Dillon .............................. 18
Gene Robinson ............................ 21
Don Hendrickson ........................ 24



KNOT HOLES
Margie B. what is the matter with "The Little Boy in Blue" from Weiser Sunday night? Couldn't he skate, or did you have your eyes on some other boy?

Darlene D. was seen being escorted by a friend of her Navy friend.

Donna S. and Bob P. seems to have patched up their old quarrel. Anyhow they were seen after the Junior play Friday night along with prominent couples such as Helen Capps and Alex C. and Frank M. and Pat S.



Royston Hot Springs seems to be the subject of discussion among a lot of N.P.H.S. students. I wonder if they really go for the swim or the ride?

Who said Freshman were slow? Barbara B. seems to be doing nicely. How do you rate a teacher like Eddie Benjamin, Barbara?

Speaking of slowness Bob B. finally came out of the bachelors den and got enough courage to ask Virginia B. for a date. Nice going anyhow Bob.

Three surrounding towns are quite well represented by three Freshmen.

Ora B. vs. Emmett
Joyce G. vs. Payette
Margie B. vs. Weiser Well they can dream can't they?
Looks like Alex C. is really getting places. Have you noticed the "Just Married" written on his car? (I wonder what it means)



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