Absarokee High School - Huskie Yearbook (Absarokee, MT)
- Class of 1952
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IN APPRECIATION OF THEIR KINDNESS
AND PERSONAL INTEREST AND UNTIR
ING EFFORTS IN MAKING THIS OUR
FINAL YEAR IN ABSAROKEE HIGH
SCHOOL BOTH INTERESTING AND EN
LIGHTENING WE THE CLASS OF 1952
DEDICATE THIS ANNUAL TO THE HIGH
SCHOOL FACULTY AND TO OUR SU
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ur apable Administration
Iwould like to quote, this year, from Charles Sumner:
"To this great work fof bringing peacej let me summon you.
That future which filled the lofty visions of the sages and
bards of Greece and Rome, which was foretold by the prophets
and heralded by the evangelists when a man in happy isles or'
in a new paradise shall confess the loveliness of peace, may
be secured by your care, if not foryourselves, at least for your
children. Believe that you can do it and you can do it, The
High school graduates of the year 1952 will go forth into
a society organlzed for war Iwo one could have known at the
beginning of his high school ed ucatlon what he would face at
its end With an education designed to prepare you to be a
useful member of a peaceful society you must now expect
intensive training to be a part of a nation of arms As high
school graduates we know that you have a good foundation on
which to build More than ever our hopes and prayers go with
you as you go forth to accept your tasks and responsiblitities
I congratulate the high school graduates of 1952 on the
successful completion of their school course
I-I J Spraycar
Ass t l-l S Principal
true golden age is before you, not behind you."
E, R, Hunton
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Commercial Aeonra Advisor Yearbook
Advisor Student Council Advisor Pusher
To the senior class of 52
I am grateful to have this opportunity to express my cordial
congratulations to you on the completion of one of the most
Your future problems will be diffrcultand many during the
period ofthese crucial world affairs You must face these
problems with unbounded courage of a true American
I can say the destiny of our country seems bright with so
many American students such as you the senior class of 52
carrying the torch to preserve the American heritage
H M Galahan
Grade School Principal
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HISIOIY SOCIHI Studles PhyS1C31 Educa
t1on Athleucs Semor Sponsor
Mrs LOUISC Humon
Engllsh Bxology Llbrarv Dramaucs
MISS Betty Lang Mr R, C Stenehjem
Home Economlcs F H A Sponsor Fresh Vocatxonal Aguculture 7th and 8th
man Class Sponsor 7th and Bth Grade Manual Trarnrng Chemlstry F F A
Mr J V Orrlno 181155 Veromca Kreuel
Bands Glee Clubs Junror Class Sponsor Mathemaucs General Suence PepC1ub
Dramaucs and Grade Art Sponsor Sophomore Class Sponsor and
Mrs Lulu Frsher Mrs Mane Srkora
Prrmary Grades Thrrd 81 Fourth Grades
Mrs Dorothy Johnson
Fxfth Sc Sxxth Grades
On Farm Trarnrng Instructor
Mr 8a Mrs Chrrs Carstens Art Welkel
Lunch Supervrsors Custodian
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Students boardmg the school buses to be transported to therr varlous homes
Bus Drxvers Ray Judd Warren Rathbun Wllhs Porter Byron Vxolett Gabe L1en Jr
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The Senior Administration consists of: Morris Blakeley, Presidentg Margie Staudt, Vice Presidentg Doris
Miller, Secretaryg Henry Parsons, Treasurer: K. J. Roth, Class Sponsor,
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Commercxal Course Twuler 2 3 4
Glee Club 2 Class Play 2 4 HUSRIC
4 Aeoman 4
General Course Glee Club l 2
Band 234 FH A 2 PepC1ub34
Aeoman 4 l-Iuskle 4 Pep Band 3 4
Play 3 VICE presldenr 1
ARTHUN MARY ANN
Commercxal Course VICE presldent
3 Glee Club 2 3 4 Band 3 4 Drum
Majorette 2 3 4 Class Play 2 3 4
Aeoman 3 4 Huskle 4 Llttle
Theatre Festival 3 F H A 2 Pep
Club 3 4 Pep Band 3 4 Pusher Club
4 Octette 3 Sepette 4
Vo Ag Course Pres1dent4 Basket
ball l 2 3 4 Basketball Captam 4
Football 3 4 Co Captam 3 Class
Plays 2 4 Glee Club 1 Baseball 2
FFA 34 Band234 V
presldent Band 3 Marching Corps
Vo Ag Course Football 2 3 4
Husk1e4 F F A 34 Play 4 March
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General Course Vxce presrdent 2
Student Councrl 3 4 Pep Club 3 4
Class Play 2 3 Band 2 3 4 Class
Offrcer 2 Aeonran 3 4 F H A 2 3
4 I-luskre 4 Pep Band 8 4 Glee
Club 2 4
ommerc1al Course Band 3 4 Pep
Band 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Huskre 4
Cheer Leader 3 Octette 3 Qeptette
4 Class Play 3 4 Pep Club 3 4
Aeonran 3 4 Lrttle Theater Fesuval
3 Pusher Club 4
DANFORTH, BOB GEORGE, ARNOLD GEORGE HOWARD
Vo Ag C urse F F A P 3 4 as Vo AQ Course Basketball 1 2 3 4 Scrence Course Pep Band 2 3 4
ketball 4 Marchrng Corps 3 4 Class Football 3 4 F F A 2 3 4 Class Class Play 4 Huskre 4 Marchrng
Play 3 Huskle 4 Play 2 3 4 Glee Cluo 1 Student Corps 3 4
Coancrl 4 Baseball 4 Marchrng
Corps 3 4
HARNDEN VANNA HEIGIS MARY LOU HUNTON MARILYN
General Course Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Scrence Course Glee Club 1 2 3 4 General Course Class Pla 1 2 3 4
F H A 2 4 Aeoman 3 4 Huskle 4 Class Play 3 Physlcal Ed 1 2 Band 2 3 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 F H A
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Commercral Course Glee Club 4 Commerclal Course F H A 2
Band 2 3 Class Play 2 3 Aeoman Treasurer 3 Huskre 4
Huskle 4 FHA 234
Club 3 Pep Band 2 .3
2 3 Pep Club 1 3 4 Aeoman 3 4
Vo Ag Course Class Play 2 34
F F A 2 3 4 Marchmg Corps 3 4
MILLER DORIS MITCHELL, DARLENE
General Course Presrdent 1 Sec Commerclal Course Glee Club 2
retary 3 4 F H A 3 4 Glee Club 1 3 4 Aeonran 3 4 Pusher Club 4
Aeonlan 3 l-luskre 4 Class Play 2 Physrcal Ed 2 Class Play 2 3
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Football 2 3 4 Band 2 3 4 F F A
3 4 Class Play 2 4 Student Councrl
3 Marching Corps 3 4 Secretary 1
PAPPAS DOUGLAS PARKER BOB
Genera1Course5 Track 1, General Courseg Class Play 3,45
Marching Corps 3,45 Football 45
Baseball 3,45 Student Council 4,
GeneralCourse5 F,F,A, 15Glee Club
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POWERS BERNARD RITZDORF BOB
Vo Ag Course F F A 34 Football Vo Ag Course F F A 2 34 Foot
3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 ball 3 4 Class Plav 2 Marchrng
Glee Club 1 Corps 4
ROSS, JACK STAUDT MARGIE STIMPSON MARETTA
Vo Ag Course F F A 2 34 Foot General Course Vlce pres1dent4 Commercial Secretary 2 President
ball 2 Glee Club 1 Class Play 2 3 Aeonran 3 4 Huskre 4 Class Play 3 S udent Counc1l2 4 Pep Club 3
Basketball Mgr 3 lxlarchlng Corps 2 3 F H A 4 Cheer Leader 2 3 4 4 Class Play 2 34 Band 2 4
Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Band 2 3 4 Pep Aeonlan 4 Pep Band 3 4 Huskre 4
Band 3 4 Sextette 4 Pep Club 3 4 Perfect Attendance 1 2 Pusher Club
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We the Senrors of the Absarokee Hrgh School of l952 recognrze the fact that we have acqurred great
wealth and lnnumberable possessrons durrng our four years here so berng of sound mrnd and memory we
now do hereby make publrsh and declare the followrng to be our last wrll and testament and rn rt we
make these bequests to our frrends the lower classmen who are named rn the followrng
Dauna Le Mond wrlls her chubby frgure to Lors Lren
Arnold George wrlls hrs strength to Cork Hedrrck so he won t be gettrng hurt all the trme
The brg tall herght of Morrrs Blakeley rs left to Teddy Mrller
Clarrs Arnold wrlls her slrm frgure to Marrlyn Krrch
Dorrs Mrller leaves to Pat Marcus her artrstrc abrlrty and hopes she makes use of rt next year for the
Aarah Arney wrlls her dramond rrng to Stanley so he can grve rt to Barbara
Mary Lou Hergrs wrlls to Helen Werkel her abrlrty to get along wrth the teachers
The excess energy of Maretta Strmpson rs wrlled to Drxre Hertzler
George Campbell wrlls hrs unopened books to Shrrley Broadwater and hopes she doesn t break hrs rec
ord by openrng them
Mary Ann Arthun wrlls to Clarrce Arthun her abrlrty to srng and hopes she makes use of rt
The quret charm and shvness of Darlene Mrtchell rs left to Mae Rathbun
Mary Jane Krrch leaves her freckles to Peter Gaustad
Marrlyn Hunton leaves her studrous abrlrty to Brll Lytle
Henry Parsons wrlls hrs valedrctorran honor to Howard Smrth
Jerry Ostrum wrlls hrs way wrth women to Kenneth Garoutte
The wavy harr of Bob Danforth rs left to Johnny Orr
Bob Parker wrlls hrs red harr to Charlre Skrllen as rf he needs any more
Doug Pappas leaves hrs famous profrle to Shrrley Hedrrck
Bob Rrtzdorf leaves hrs cowboy structure to Thelma Hoover
Janet Curry wrlls her smrles to Anna Frey rn hopes she makes use of them
The smooth glrdrng dance of Mary Lou Carstens rs left to Grlbert Dallas
Margre Staudt wrlls her atheletrc abrlrty to Gayna Garton
Howard George leaves hrs scholastrc records rn Chemrstry to Barbara Edmonds he knows she wrll ap
Jack Ross leaves to Jack Shortrrdge hrs admrt slrps
Vanna Harnden leaves when she gets her drploma
Harvey Madrson leaves hrs posrtron rn F F A to any one boy rn the Junror Class
Bernard Powers wrlls to Peter Gaustad hrs mannerrsm
We the class of 52 leave to Mr Roth our class sponsor unfathomable memory of the past year
The class of 52 wrlls Mr Hunton our faculty sponsor to be our sole executor wrthout bond
Done thrs l4th day of February l952
Good bye Good Luck
And may the Good Lord
Take a lrk rn to you all
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On the frrst day of school rn September 1949 twenty seven lrttle Freshmen embarked upon a new
adventure tn lrfe that of obtarmnga hrgh school educatron The enthusrastrc starters were D Mrller
presrdent C Arnold vrce presrdent M St1mpson secretary J Ostrum treasurer A Arney S Boylan
M L Carstens V Harnden M J Krrch D Mrtchell V Mock G Mrerlot J Shaff M Staudt C Stokke
J Taborsky C Hoover M Blakeley I Cook R Coryell A George H Madxson K Martln I Ostrum
O G Parker B Powers I Ross and D Shaff Our leader through thrs year was Mr Carmrcheal who
was assrsted by Mr Servert Mr Wescom M1ss Grllrn and Mrs Ruey A Peterson who was our class spon
sor The brg events that year were the 1n1t1at1on the freshman return party parntmg the A and the
prcnrc at Emerald Lake
Dauna Le Mond and B Rrtzdorf jorned our group at the semester and K Martrn dropped out so our
number was twenty erght as we passed to our sophomore year
We felt QUIIC at home rn hrgh school by the tlme we were sophomores and at the begrnnrng of that
year we found we had lost S Boylan J Shaff J Taborsky and D Shaff But we garned M A Arthun
H George F Hill M Hunton and H Yates makrng our sophomore enrollment total thrrty the largest
rn the school
A complete change was made rn the faculty Wllh the exceptron of Mr Servert Our new gurdes were
Mr Hunton superrntendent Mrs Hunton Mrss Harlan MISS Srmmons Mrss Bolmerer and Mr Steen
our class sponsor Two new subJects band and vo ag were made avarlable to us thrs year
Our classpres1dent wasj Ostrum M L Carstens was vrce presrdent O G Parker wassecretary treas
urer and M Blakeley served as reporter
Thrs was the year we got to 1n1t1ate the new rnnocent freshmen The other brg event was our three
one act plays ent1tled B1lly s Frrst Date Where s That Report Card? and Luncheon For Srx
We took rnventory at the openrng of our Junror year and found that we had lostj Cook I- Hrll C
Hoover H Yates and O G Parker However J Curry D Pappas B Parker and B Smrth jorned our
class makrng our enrollment twenty nrne Our offrcers were M Stxmpson presxdent M A Arthun vrce
presrdent D Mrller secretary and D Le Mond treasurer The school s leader was agarn Mr Hunton
assrsted by Mr Servert Mrs Hunton and Mtss Harlan contrnued from last year and four new teachers
jorned our progressrve faculty They were Mrss Krertel Mrss Lang Mr Stenehjem and Mr Spraycar
The frrst event of our rumor year was our Thanksgrvmg barn dance Everyone was excrted and pleased
when we recelved our class rmgs rn January The next act1v1ty was our class play Janey s One Track
Mrnd Mr Spraycar was our rndustrrous sponsor and w1th hrs help we put on the banquet and prom
The colors were blue and srlver and our theme was Stalrway To The Stars
Now we have come to our semor year rn hrgh school Our roll call rs almost the same as last year
w1th B Sm1th leavxng the class and M L Hergls Jo1n1ng us G Mrerlot left at the semester leavrng us
a total of twenty SIX proud semors M Blakeley has the xmportant Job of class presrdent thrs year M
Staudt rs the veep D Mrller keeps the books and H Parsons takes care of the money
Mr Orrmon and Mr Roth our class sponsor and advrsor replaced Mrss Harlan and Mr Servert on the
Thrs year has been fullof actrvrtres the frrst berng our class play Mrdnrght Then came our ptcture
day rn Brllrngs onjanuary 14 followed by our senror dance on March 29 Our sneak day consrsted of tour
mg the State PIISOU and Insane Asylum Our four busy years ln hlgh school were berng drawn to a grand
ftnal wlth the lovely banquet and prom the Junrors gave rn our honor The day for whrch we were wart
1ng and workrng flnally arrrved on May 21 our graduatron ntght
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As I started out of school lrfe rnto ltfe s school I was moseyrng down the long crooked road when all
at once ll occurred to me that maybe I would meet some of the class of 52 So wrth my flngers crossed
and a hopeful heart I kept trodxng along
My wrsh was soon fulftlled for I saw Douglas Pappas on a soap box on the corner rn Chtcago blabber
1ng away To my surprtse he was telllng the people to vote for Henry Parsons for the next Prestdent I
heard an atrplane go over and Douglas stopped campalgmng long enough to tell me that Margre Staudt
was the A1rl1ne stewardess One quallfrcatron was to be unmarrred
One mght I decrded to go to the Stork Club I was very much surprrsed to see Mary ,lane Ktrch dorng
a hula dance I dectded to wart and see her perform once then guess who came to sell me some crgar
ettes but Marllyn Hunton She told me that she and Bob Rttzdorf were gomg to start a radro program He
was to be a second KOOK Ranger I wlshed them luck and left
The next day I walked down the street and saw a b1ll board that sard If your speech ts bad come to
Mary Lou Carstens Publ1cSpeak1ng School I went ID and talked to Mary Lou and she Sald that she had
seen Darlene M1tchell the day before She was a major 1n the Wacs and was a b1g wheel 1n the war de
George Campbell came rn to see Mary Lou wh1le I was there I wondered why Mary Lou acted so
funny but I guess rt was because George had become the Reverend George Campbell
That day for dmner I went to the Waldorf Astorta There I saw a very famtlxar face Jack Ross
mam chef Jack served me adel1c1ous drnner Jack sa1d he Just happened to have two extra opera uckets
and hoped I would Jotn h1m When we arrlved Bob Danforth who was usher found us two of the best
seats As the curta1n rose I was astomshed to see Maretta Sttmpson and Bernard Powers domg the new
verston ofthe Sabre Dance They currently had been dotng therr dance and song for T V Later we found
Maretta and Bernard had won the1r fame through the splendld teachtngs of Jerry Ostrum He was operatmg
a branch of the Arthur Murry Dance Studros and was also g1v1ng vocal lessons
Wh1le shopplng rn one of the more promment stores my eye was taken anew by the beautxful weddtng
gown belng modeled by Vanna I-Iamden When I commented on the beauty of the gown she was overjoyed
to tell me that If was deslgned by the famous Harvey Madtson destgner of weddxng gowns Harvey told
me that he l1ved ln the suburbs of New York across the street from the former Mary Ann Arthun who ran
a m1nk farm Harvey sa1d that Mary Ann had marrxed a soldter and had settled down to rarse her mxnks
My plane rrde home was very emoyable The p1lot Moms Blakeley let me r1de up front w1th htm
AtSt Lours Mo we had to waxt over 24 hours and I decrded to go to the Barnum and Batley clrcus where
Janet Curry was a bronc buster and Dauna Le Mond the worlds famous Lady Wrestler
After arr1v1ng1n B1ll1ngs I saw posters that sa1d vote for Arnold George for Governor I drdn t watt to
see 1f Arnold got the job but I heard he was marrred and had a pretty good chance for the offlce
Iharled a tax1 and started for the Northern Hotel when pollce srrens started blowmg The parade was
lead by the Chref of Polrce Dons Mlller I was very bewrldered to frnd her clearrng the road for actress
Clarts Arnold Clarrs was dr1v1ng a yellow convert1ble w1th leopard sk1n seat covers and had just arrrved
S1tt1ng rn the lobby of the Northern I heard a person hollerrng Shoe shrne 5:2 Who was rt but Bob
Parker Bob told me he was trytng to work hrs way through college
I gourneyed to Absarokee and started to go home As I sat at the drug store fountam and drank my
coke I read the Absarokee news I saw the famtlrar name of Aarah Arney who currently gave advrce for
the love lorn column
Howard George the soda Jerk told me he had Just accepted a new posmon at Smg Slng Cas Warden
I asked htm about Mary Lou Hergts He replted that she had been to hrs house recently trytng to sell
I was then ready to go home and stay as I had seen all of the class of 52
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Absarokee High School points with pride to next year's senior
class. Judging by their projects of past years, we feel sure that
the next class of sc .riors to reign over the school will be as out-
standing a class as any before in the history of Absarokee High
The class is known for its many successes in all of its n
deavors They the future seniors point with pride to
The verysuccessful Gay Nineties' dancewhich
has come to be known as the class "money
The three act comedy play "Just Ducky' whic
was presented and delighted the above capacity
The very lovely prom "ln a Chinese Temple
Garden" which speaks for itself
Along with the dramatics and originality ability claimed by this
class they boast memberships in the band glee clubs sports
Two of the three school cheerleaders are credited to the class
Last but not least they boast a fair percentage of the students as
regular listments of the honor roll
Our best wishes for your final year in Absarokee High School
Edmonds Guldos Class
Barbara Edmonds President Shlrley Hedrrck Vice President Clance Arthun Sccr ran and
Patricia Marcus Treasurer
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The sophomores began the1r second year of hlgh school by 1n1t1
at1ng the freshmen and g1v1ng them a Welcome to A H S Party
Dur1ng the second semester we presented three one act plays
"C1ty Sllcker and Our Nell' "Grandmother N1c " and Wh
A large percent of the class of '54 part1c1pated 1n F H A and
F F A also band glee club athletlcs and pep club An average
of one th1Tf'l of the class atta1ned the honor roll throughout the year
Four Sophomores Gwen
Clarence Wahl was elected pres1dent of the sophomore class
w1th h1s helpers be1ng Margaret Marcus V1ce Presldent Coral
Jean Ostrurn Secretary and Buzz St1mpson Treasurer
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For the f1rst few weeks of school all upper classmen concen
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h1gh school the freshmen They tr1ed the1r best to help each fresh
man to become acqualnted w1th the new rules and rooms of the
Durmg the f1rst few weeks of school the sophomores 1n1t1ated
the new students and gave them a party
Freshmen after becom1ng accustomed to the school are very
enthus1ast1c part1c1pants 1n all phases of school lrfe Therr ab1l1t1es
are many and var1ed and they make good use of them
Members of th1s class have represented the school 1n athletlcs
w1th four boys playlng football and two boys play1ng on the vars1ty
Band and chorus were well representedw1th f1rst year members
At concerts and at games everyone was consc1ous of the presence of
freshmen Each freshman played an 1mportant part 1n the funct1ons
put on by the band and chorus
The freshmen can be proud of the1r scholastlc record as lt top
ped some of the classes
Hanson Pllots Class of 55
The class of '55 1s p1loted by Pres1dent Roger Hanson V1ce
Presldent Cl1ffordEspeland Secretary Marv1s Ostrum Treas
urer Barbara Holman
succes sful year
O O I O O
Vlfith this leadershlp the class of '55 has been able to have a
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ABSAROKEE HIGH SCHOOL BAND
FIRST ROW S Broadwater M Rathbun C Xug Bur land J Cook G Garton T Homer Haul
Werkel SECOND ROW M Marcus N1 Qtaudr C Hufford ,I l1Ln J Orr N1 L Carsuns THIRD ROW
L Lrcn R Humon B Davrs M A Arthurr P Manu FOLRTH ROW P Caustad D Harndm B Yau
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BACK ROW C Espland H Obtrum S George V Taxlor L Rrtadorf
FIRST ROW: D. Link, M. Arthun, I. Campbell, A, Lee, B. Schaff, G, Miller, B. Udenburg, M. Ostrurn, J
Marcus. SECOND ROW: M, Marcus, S, Hunton, C, George, B, Simons, J, Wcikel, THIRD ROW: D, Mc-
Bride, T. Lemp, L. Miller, G, Borland. FOURTH ROW: G. Olsen, R. Michael, B. Cook, B. Blakeley, J
French, G. Hanson, R, Crockett,
Barr I Cimpbell J Michael F Hinton D llermler S llcdrick A Fey
FRONT TO BACK: E, Olsen, M. A. Arthun, N. Ostrum, F, Rathbun, A. Arney, B. Holman, D. Link, V
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Provide School pirit
Margaru Marcus Ca11Ga1.xhan bhxrlev Hgdrxck C lancg Art11u1
I-IRST ROW I Arthun L J Oitrum M Klrch C Wrl ht Il Cnorog IiQ1L11We1ke1 A Madxson Hand Wukcl
J Look C Carton F Arnold N Oltro go M btlmpbonj OQtru111 J Currv I IILII MQQONID ROW G Hufford
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Pat Marcus, Vice Presidentg Mary
Lou Carstens, Secretaryg Shirley
Broadwater, Presidentg Margie
FIRST ROW M Staudt M Krrch B Holman D Mltchell R Hunton B Yates R, Hanson L Arthun M
Hunton M L HCIQIS B Edmonds M Lehner F Rathbun SECOND ROW M Marcus V Harnden B
Crockett N Oltrogge C Garoutte C Wahl L Anderson B Mlller G Wrrght G Durr1nJ Cook M L
Carstens P Marcus Hazel Werkel A Madrson l Arney THIRD ROW B Davrs C Vug G Hufford
L Lren In Lahn E Rrtzdorf J Lren J Peters D Harnden S Broadwater J Marcher M J Krrch M
hggen I-OURIH ROW J Curry Helen Welkel N Ostrum C, Arnold M A Artnun
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Th1s year was the f1rst t1me ln the h1story of the Absarokee I-hgh
School that an all choral concert was presented Mr Orr1no and the
part1c1pants 1n the Chr1stmas concert deserve hlgh pra1se for the many
hours they spent 1n maklng thms program such a huge success
horal Group RECEIVES Applause
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FIRST ROW M Arthun M Marcus J Curry M Klrch B Holman D Muchell M Lehner C Vng F
Rathbun G Hufford L L1en J Marcher M Hunton S Broadwater SECOND ROW M Staudt Helen
Wexkel V Harnden G lvflghl R Hunton G Durun B Mlller L Anderson J Peters L Arthun R Han
son B Dav1s I Arney A Madrson Hazel Welkel THIRD ROW N Ostrum C Arnold N Oltrogge C
Garoutte B Crockett C Johnson C Wahl D Harnden K Lahn E Rltzdorf I Cook M Carstens B
Edmonds M Helgls M J Kxrch P Marcus ANGELS J Campbell I Kenney VIRGIN MARY D M11
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Band 1n Formatlon
CWDCKWIQF QTARTINC PROM CENTER A ,, v Ba. , hae D Lm.r,1 1 r, T 1 mer, B sarltltmd,
J Curry B Edmonds,D Hertzler, A Frey,S Broadwater, M Rathbun C V11g,D Harnden, P Gaustad L Lren,
M Marcus, M Staudt, R. Hunton,B Dav1s,G Hufford E R1tzdorf,G Garton, Hazel Welkel, E H1nton,J Camp
bell B Holman INSIDE FORMATION M Blakeley J Ostrum, B Carstens, C J Ostrum, Helen Welkel, A
Mad1son,J Orr M L Carstens,L Arthun G Wr1ght,C Sk1llen,H George, M Kuch D Hults TWIRLERS F
Rathbun M A Arthun, N Ostrum,E Olsen
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C Arthun S Hedrxck I Marcus SECOND ROW C Vug A Madxson M Staudt P N1arcus,J Ostrum,
mwnds M Stlmpson NI Oltrogge C J Ostrum NIISS Kreltel Sponsor FOURTH KDW I Cook,G Garton,
N1',AA.Al'IilUI5. THIRIS RCW: M,.Hunt6n, G, Hdffoid, B,'Da.vis, s. Brbadlvarer, r11.'L, cameras, B. Ed-
. .S. Student Council
FIRmT ROXX Xlr Humon Adxmr G Hufford S Broadmater M L Carstens X1 bumpson Mr Spraycar
Adwuor SECOND ROW A George P Gaustad B Parker, H Ostrum
Flkibl KUNN N1 btrmpson U Nntcnell M L Larstens M A Arthun J Lurry SELOND ROW R Han
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Danforth N1 Blakcley B Parker H 'xiadtmn M J Klrch D Lc Xlortd THIRD RUXX X Getrqc. J Rm
H Patrons B Rrtzdorf H Ceorgc I Oatrum
Yearbook Staff ln ACUOII
Melt D Xlttthdl Rextseri D Xlxllet ArtLd1tor SEFUND PU raymr
U Campbell Ptcture Edttorc N1 Blakelgy Preudutt Xlr Urrmo Nltsl ,, Xt Xd
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FIRST ROW D Mnchell, L L1en,C Arthun M Staudt I Currv M A Arrhun Ednor SECOND ROW
M Hunton M Strmpson M I Klrch C Arnold B Edmonds, V Harnden M L Carstens, P Marcus
THIRD ROW N1 L He1g1s J L1en,J Peters, Mr Spraycar Adv1sor H Parsons V Tay1or,J Marcher
Aeoman Staff ln Actlon
FRONT C Arnold Reporter H Parsons, Typ1st M L Carstens, Cxrculanon Manager B Edmonds, Asst
Cxrculauon Manager P Marcus Feature Edxtor M I K1ICh Busxness Manager BACK A Arney S11p
Sheeter M Sumpson, Proof Reader, V Harnden, Mlmeograph Operator D Mnchell Art Edltor I Curry,
Asst Edltor M A Arthun, Edltor M L Hexgrs, Reporter M Hunton, Proof Reader
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Margaret Marcus, H1stor1an Barbara Holman, Song Leader Coral Jean Ostrum,Secretary Barbara Edmonds
Presldent M1ss Lang,Adv1sor Mary Jane Klrch V1ce Presxdent Mary Lou Carstens, Treasurer Dor1s M111er
Parhmentarran Shlrley Hednck, Reporter
Future Homemakers of Amerlca
Davxs G Hufford M Marcus, V I-Iarnden, LLxen M L Carstens, THIRD ROW M Staudt,B Holman
N Oltrogge M Kuch M J Krrch, D M1l1er, R. Arnold M Osrrum, Mxss Lang, Advlsor
FIRST ROW: J, Ostrum, P. Marcus, B. Edmonds, C. I. Ostrum, S, Hedrick. SECOND ROWg C. Viig, B.
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LEFT TO RIGHT Arnold George, Presldent Jerry Ostrum Treasurer Haney lXl3d1SOl'1 Secretary Ralph
C Stenehjem Advlsor Clarence Wahl V1ce Presldent Stanley George, Reporter B111 Hart, Senunel
Future Farmers of merlea
FIRST ROXX C Wahl E Du.rr1n E R1tzdorf,J Osrrum A George M Blakeley J Ross, H 'xladrson R
Rnzdorf S George J Orr K Garoutte SECOND ROW H OsLrum,G Campbell G Wrxght Corkl-led
rrck J Shortrrdge B Hart R Tyler C Nusche J F1anagan,B Snmpson C Sk1llen,B Powers,J Robbrns
K Gaustad R Danforth R C Stenehjem Advxsor THIRD ROW B Burklund P Srokke L Arrhun D
Harnden B Yates T Mrller B Mendenhall E Jones C Espelancl
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Arnold George Bob Parker Maretta Strmpson Aarah Arney Maulyn Hunton George Campbell Dor1s
Mrller Harvey Madrson Moms Blakeley Mary Ann Arthun Jerry Ostrum Howard George M1ss Krelrel
Jul1a Greenwood a sp1nster Manlyn Hunton comes out to the Green
wood house w1th her mald Ellen Janet Curry and her chauffeur Leon
ard George Campbell to get away from the no1se of New Year's Eve
Clalre Greenwood Mary Ann Arthunl M1ss Greenwood's mece and Cla1re'
f1ance Bob Morr1s Jerry Ostrum f1nd susp1c1ous do1ngs
paper photographer Bob Parker have come on a ghost watch to get a
story for the paper slnce the old house 1S supposed to be haunted
Samuel Hardman the lawyer Arnold George has qulte a t1me f1nd1ng
the secret door through wh1ch Joe Howard Ellen's boy fr1end Morr1s
Blakeleyj and Hugh N1cho1s a fr1end of Joe's Howard George d1sappear
Mr Sm1th a myster1ous v1s1tor Harvey Mad1son and Paula Ward
h1s compan1on Dons M1ller make th1ngs even more cornphcated wh1le
Mrs W1ck a housekeeper Aarah Arney g1ves Mr Sm1th a bad t1me
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LEFT TO RIGHT Stanley George fDel Marshal newspaper reporterj, Howard Sm1th CMI' Moore Cra1g s fatherj
Teddy Mxller CW1lbur Maxwell Sonj Kenneth Garoutte Cl-lercules Nelson Wllbur s bosom palj
LEFT TO RIGHT '-lelen Wexkel CBernad1ne Smtth Betty Lou s best frtendj D1x1e Hertzler CAunt Mary Mrs Max
well s auntj Pete Gaustad fCra1g Connle s boy fuendj Sh1rley Broadwater fBetty Lou Maxwell, fourteen year old
daughte Thelma Hoover fMrs Maxwell Head of the I-lousel Charles Sktllen fMr Maxwell Head of the Housej ,
Howard Smtth Lots L1en fM1SS Blayne edxtor of the love lorn columnj Pat Marcus fConn1e Maxwell Seventeen
year old daughterj lmmedlately beh1nd Thelma Hoover
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Carl Nltsche, Margaret Marcus, Joyce Ostrum, Leroy Anderson, D1ck Hults, Coral Jean Ostrum, Hazel VN exkel
Gerald Wrxght, Bud Carstens, Delbert Harnden
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annual sophomore one act plays on March 13 The three plays
presented were 'Grandmother Nlck Who s Afraud and The
C1ty Shcker and Our Nell These plays were presented as an Eng
llsh pro-yect and were d1rected by Mrs LOUISE Hunton
Lonv LIVE The ueen
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The Grand March
PROM QUEEN: Janet Curryg Escort, Harry Borland,
Junlor Senlor Banquet
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FIRST ROW Bob Parker Center Bernard Powers Left End Bob Ritzdorf End Moms Blakeley Rlght End SEC
OND ROW Arnold George Half Back Captam Jerry Ostrum Quarter Back
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Gaustad S George C Wahl D Hults I-I Ostrum THIRD ROW J Kenney E Rltzdorf I Wrlght C
Hedrxck B Mendenhall
The 1951 football team under the guldance of coach Kenneth Roth
opened 1tS season wmth a game agalnst Park C1ty defendmg champ1ons
The HUSk1CS played good ball but the loss of Blakeley 1n the f1rst half
proved quxte detrlmental to the team as they went down to defeat by a
score of 26 to 18
The season was cut short by the forfe1ture of games by Roberts and
Jol1et however the Huslues came back to w1nd up the season by defeat
1ng the Br1dger Scouts 6 to O on a ra1n soaked f1eld
The Absarokee team suffered several 1nJur1es throughout the season
all of wluch proved to handlcap the progress of the Huskxes
Husknes Park C1ty
Hu k1es Belfry
Huskles Lodge Grass KNC
Husk1es Roberts Forfe1ture
I-Iusk1es Jollet Forfe1ture
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Hollday Tournament Second Place
Absarokee Park Clty
Dlstrlct Tournament Thlrd Place
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Buckv Mendenhall Corky Hedrlck Bob Danforth Jlmmy Peters Pete Stokke
B" squad basketball has proven 1tS worth here at Absarokee 1n as
much as the boys playmg B" basketball real1ze the necess1ty of therr
1mprov1ng sufflclently to be a member of the Vars1ty 1n the years to fol
low Each boy exh1b1ted the qual1f1cat1ons necessary to play basketball
then' deslre to w1n 1S proven by the followmg record of games
B Squad ln Actlon
ABSAROKEE 30 COLUMBUS 41 LIGHT UNIFORMS LEFT TO RIGHT Jlmmy Peters Corky Heduck Bud
Carstens R1Iey Hunton B111 Hart Uumpmgj
LIGHT UINIFORMS Rlley Humon N 11 CorkvIIedr1ck No 9 IxarlCaustad Ixo 6 Bud Lar ten No 4
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coach S George B Mendenhall C Ixrtschc P Gaustad B Parker lx Garoutte R Hunton
The 1952 baseball season came to an end on Sunday May ll when
the Absarokee Husk1es defeated the Belfry Bats 12 to 13 1n a hard
fought hard played game
A11 the boys who turned out for baseball and remamed out are to
be compl1mented s1nce baseball 15 qulte d1fferent from other sports
Seldom do substrtutes get a chance to get 1nto a game but 1t 1S nec
essary 1f the team IS gomg to be a good team to have these sub
st1tutes 1n the event they are needed The Husk1es had several of
these boys and they are as much of the team as those who play the
Although no troph1es were won th1s season proved to be a suc
cess w1th the Husk1es w1nn1ng 3 of 5 games, one be1ng a non con
Not only was the wmmng column above the 1oos1ng column, but
the boys learned lots of baseball wh1ch w111 make them one of the
lead1ng teams 1n the years to come.
Followmg 1S a summary of the 1952 baseball season
Absarokee 15 Columbus 5
Absarokee 4 Park C1ty ll
Absarokee 9 Br1dger 14
3'-Absarokee 20 Blg T1mber 13
Absarokee 13 Belfry 12
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FIRST ROW: B. Carstens, A. George, J, Lien, C. Hedrick, M. Blakeley, D. Hults. SECOND ROW: Mr. K Roth
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Absarokee 18 Brg Txmber 13 Pete Gausrad batung Glenn Brant umplre
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Corky Hedrxck catcher Bud Carsrens pltcher Arnold George rhlrd base Nlorrl Blakeley horr stop Johm y lien
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OUTSIDE M Ostrurn B Holman C Vxrg, B Davls J Cook R Arnold C Garoutte G Hufford M
CENTER J Stanley M Eugen J Ostrum
Charlre George Stanley Hunton Gary Ostrum B1l1y Blakeley Tommy Flanagan Mr Roth coach Johnny
Marcus Bobby Hart Jerry French Bucky Cook Gary Borland
Marcus, Oltrogge, 'Ostrum, Madiion, .B, Crockelt, F. Ryathlnun, N. Cstrurn, M, Lelhnenr, H. Welkell
Grade School Cheer Leaders
Georgette M11ler Janette Mlchael Beverly Slmons
rade Basketball Summar
Grade school basketball under the d1rect1on of coach Ken Roth began
w1th twenty e1ght boys report1ng for practlce The schedule conslsted
of e1ght conference games Wlth the tournament at B1g T1mber cl1max1ng
the season Although lackmg 1n he1ght the boys showed they had the cal1
ber to compensate through speed and ab1l1ty to play the game The team
was v1ctor1ous f1VC out of the e1ght seasonal games At the B1g T1mber
tournament the Absarokee graders ga1ned fourth place
Followmg 15 the season record
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SEC TREAS SEC TREAS
F HIHIOU G Borland
F1fth and Slxth Grades
FIRST ROW C Oltroszsze -X Brrdge M Arthun E Carstens A Lee N4 Marcus A Moore I Kenm J
R Mrchael R Amos C Olson R Crockett THIRD ROW L Mxller R Ostrum G Han on G Osrrum
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Carsten L Reed C Galahan J fook R Oltrome N Kenyon B Amos W Schaff
FIRST ROW J Judd E Rowland P Reed L Mlller P Hults E Johnson SECOIND ROW A Br'dQ,es B
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Hlnton D Peterson B Rexner R DeGroot L Pedersen D Parker B Sm1th J Flanagan T Georee K
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Good Luck Good Friends
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Through Every Future Year
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A complete line SENIQRSQ
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STILLYVATER GAS C0-UP
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Expen Repairing Guernsey Dairy Farm
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Every Hour Every Day DI' Don R Bill'-len
DE N TISTS
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THE LINE DRUG
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