Absarokee High School - Huskie Yearbook (Absarokee, MT)

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59 HLISKIE Presented by THE SENIOR CLASS of ABSAROKEE HIGH SCHOOL ABSAROKEE, MONTANA Dedication We the class of 1959 dedrcate thrs yearbook to the ranchers and farmers who have contnbuted much to further the growth of our commun1ty It seems only appropnate that we express our gratttude system rn order that we may all beneftt from a better edu canon In recognluon of the1r many accomphshments we hereby respectfully dedrcate thrs yearbook 2 Q O to them for their continuous efforts to improve our school . . . . I do Wilbur Holmes William Kelley S. F. Murray Chairman Boa rd of Education The Board of Education is elected by popular vote for a period of three years. It is their job as representatives of the people to prescribe and en- force rules as prescribed by law. They receive no compensation for their work, except that they are able to realize that the school is attaining its objectives. We would like to congratulate each of the board members for their efforts in helping to provide our community with an excellent school system. Mrs. Walter Chitwood, Sr. Francis Lannen Clerk Not Pictured: George Miller Sponsored By CAMPBELLS GROCERY rm KX 19 'Q 4 ,Ev 2-gl Q .,-:me 'M f' . . mv, '4- 3 ,af '35-51 1 A 'If,,g,g ,. , ,-M? if 4541.5 s 4 V I vw, ,mm 1+ I H. JN-M-, M it . -s'--L... il -. gn .QW 5 I -Jw... "'bE.. . I Si n L' 4 f ,mf A? A f Hg., Q. 5' A in ,mg , my W .Y r ,,,f?5, '1 JAYQ' Q ep 14, 3 fa! Huskie Princess of I9 9 Miss Jud Brott The 1959 l-luskie Princess was chosen on the basis of her personality. school spirit, and popularity. Four girls from the Junior and Senior classes were nominated as candidates. Judy Brott was selected for this honor. The Huskie Staff wishes to congratulate Miss Brott for being the first Huskie Princess. Coronation Head Librarian 5 ,f-"""" +1l.,,,.. X I fi? "" lift ,.,,4r"' :niff 4fHi' -fl: ffa'1r fm fr M 'sq 419' 23km sf'f',,,.-rv?" 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' ,..y . . . i N ' 1 !, '75 -Y "Qt l y X4 'A Z' Qx X x xg K X , x X-. fir, ,,' 'Ax -. '..' i ,- -y , :"l1 Q 1' tj I ' ' , f I I f'?a"l X C7-gf H' fi X -f 3' R ,.' X X X 'jd Af," 41 4. X '. X 'i. X K . Congratulations seniors on your accomplishment. You have arrived at a point in your life whereby you can branch off into many ways. Some lead up and some lead down, some look easier than others, and some more attractive. Which way are you going? Do you have a place, an ideal, a goal? lf you do the top will not be too difficult to attain. Or too long a journey. Have faith in yourself, your fellow man, and in God, and you will achieve your goal and enjoy much happiness. Robert C. Graham Superintendent Administration what do you expect from life? The time has come when you must analyze the past and plan accurately for the future. Having spent the past twelve years in preparation, you must now put into valuable use the education you have gained. Success will depend upon your wise use of the materials provided you by your community and parents. Establish your goal--you can no longer aim at many, there must be one main goal with all your efforts directed toward it. Whatever your goal may be, the best answer to success is diligent and intelli- gent endeavor. If you recognize that "you get from life only what you put into it," and work hard, success will be yours. Congratulations and good luck, Graduates. Kenneth J. Roth, Principal --Sponsored by-- SCOTT'S CLEANERS Laurel, Mont. Robert C. Graham, Superintendent Kenneth J. Roth Principal Q 1 . gl," ' f. ' Mn 0 4 . . '...f"..l K: ii I :O 4 . :.,..'... "" ,. nn, 0 - . A-.fm -,' ' "."".'x, x un,- - . ,. gym 4 I,-if 17-X yy ' N,, IIllYlIl .W if i .lf-' 'nfw rv ' 1 vlatfr ,F V, . ,,,, , 5,W,": Qi' -. ,bf LL?,3ff.r ' -1 ' - "',-. " awe' ' I ,,1'ggi,:,r.1 v K ., 4.1 .XL gwi' 1' 1 fx as ff-9 D 9 " 'E . ""T!!'l' 5 , i Z X L , . Q Cqqgt 1 U -.. .' 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A11 0 4 f-cfx -1:57 '17' ,wr 43, . if f 5 QQ C I 5 H - 4 CEBRUN GAUSTAD Class of Student Council 1,35 President 45 Boys' State Dele- gate 35 Dramatics 35 A Club 1,2,3,45 President 35 Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Baseball 25 Track 2,3. PETE EVERINCHAM Chorus 1,2,3,45 Band 1,25 Operetta 25 Dramatics 3,45 A Club 3,45 Football 3,45 Track 3. SHIRLEY HOLMES BU RKLAND FHA 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,35 Aeonian 45 Chorus l,2. MICKEY FLANAGAN FFA 1,25 Class Officer 45 Basketball 35 Football 2,3,45 Dramatics 4. NANCY HAGUE Transferred from Meeteetse Wyo. 25 Class Officer 15 Aeonian 35 Editor 45 Girls' State 35 FHA 1,2,35 Pep Club 1,3,45 Secretary 3. --Sponsored By-- HESTER'S STUDIO Billings, Montana 49" fig '4'4.-2" I959 BERNARD SCHAFF FFA 1,2,3,45 Vice President 45 Dramatics 35 Annual 45 Band 1,2,45 Pep Band 45 Football 45 Basketball 2,35 Track 3,4. ARLISS BRIDGES Chorus 1,2,3,45 Accompanist 3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Pep Band 45 Pep Club 3,45 Dramatics 3,45 Class Officer 45 Annual 45 Aeonian 4. GARY OLSEN Annual 45 Band 1,25 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Operetta 25 Dramatics 35 Class Officer 35 Baseball 2. BETTY YATES Chorus 1,25 Band 1,25 FHA 3,45 Pep Club 25 Aeonian 45 Dramatics 4. ROBERT HERRONEN Chorus 35 Track 3,4. --Sponsored By-- I-IESTERS STUDIO Billings, Montana fv 4'N ' fha, .V 4, k,,,5 4' a U6 1- -45 555, 5. ,. . f ffilfl fi. 'B 149 15? , F ,, n I Class of CLARENCE STROBEL Class Officer 1,35 Annual 45 Operetta 25 Dramatics 35 Aeonian 45 A Club l,2,3,45Bal1d 1,2,45 Chorus 1,25 Football 1,25 Basketball 1,2,3,4. BILLY MCKINNEY Class Officer 1,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Chorus 45 Dramatics 3,45 Track 2,3,45 A Club 3,45 Football 4. DARLENF OTT B Cheerleader 35 Annual 45 Aeonian 45 FHA 1,2, 3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Twirler 1,2,3,45 Dramatics 4. RICHARD ARTHUN Chorus 1,2,3,45 Operetta 25 Band 1,2,3,45 A Club 2,3,45 Annual Editor 45 Octet 25 Student Council 45 Dramatics 45 Pep Band 3,45 FFA 1,25 Football 25 Football Mgr. 3,45 Track Mgr. 3. CAROL MARTIN Class Officer 1,35 Operetta 25 Dramatics 3,45 Annual 45 Aeonian 45 Band 1,25 Chorus l,2,35 FHA 35 Pep Club 1,2,3. --Sponsored By- Dr. A. WHELER I959 KEITH ALLINGTON Chorus 3,45 Dramatics 45 A Club 3,45 Football 3,45 Track 2,3. NONA MCKELVEY Twirling 1,2,3,45 Majorette 45 Chorus 35 FHA 1,2, 3,45 President 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Aeonian 3,45 Dra- matics 3,45 Ass't Annual Editor 4. RICHARD MICHAEL Class Officer 3,45 Annual 45 Aeonian 45 A Club 2,3, Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Baseball 2. JEAN RICE Pep Club 1,2,3,45 FHA 1,2,3,45 Officer 45 Band 1,25 chorus 1,25 B Cheerleader rs, Annual 4, Aeonian 3,45 ilill I FFA Sweetheart 45 Operetta 2. STEVE CARTER FFA 1,2,3,45 Officer 3,45 Football 45 Basketball 4. --Sponsored By-- THE YELLOWSTONE BANK Laurel and Columbus N X 'WM 'Fa 'ri' I X N ,v I - 'ans' A 'ilu-1 V Class of I9 9 ROBERT GAHAGAN Dramatics 3,45 A Club 1,2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Track 3,4. BETTY ROBBINS B Cheerleader 35 Annual 45 Aeonian 45 Dramatics 3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Officer 45 Class Officer 45 Twirler 1,253,45 Student Council 3. DALE EGGEN Boys' State Delegate 35 FFA l,2,3,45 Annual 45 Dramatics 45 A Club 3,45 Band 1,25 Football Mgr. 3,45 Basketball Mgr. 35 Track Mgr. 2,3. SALLY HOLTEN Chorus 1,25 Pep Club l,2,35 Class Officer 1,35 FHA 35 Aeonian 45 Ass't Editor 45 Dramatics 3,45 Student Council 2,45 Vice-Pres. 45 Twirling 1,25 Annual 45 Girls' State Delegate 3. ERVIN HANKS FFA 1,2,3,45 President 4. --Sponsored By-- HESTERS STUDIO Billings, Mont. ef-9' Class Histor In September 1955 thtrty two freshmen took therr frrst step to hrgher educatron rn a new h school burldtng They were Btll McKtnney Pres Clarence Strobel V Pres Carol Marttn Sec Lowell Hrllyard Treas Sallv Holten Rep Kerth Allrngton Drck Arthun Arllss Brrdges Steve Carter Dale Eggen Pete Evertngham Bob Farmstead Robert Gahagan Cebrun Gaustad Ervrn Hanks Bob Herronen Shtrley Holmes Burkland Donald Matttllra Garv Olsen Robert Amos Mrckey Flanagan Rtchard Mtchael Jean Rrce Nona McKe1vey Betty Robbtns Bernard Schaff Douglas Van Valkenburgh Jac Elm Van Valkenburgh Darlene Ott Pat Rosen thal John Woods and Betty Yates The teachers who asststed us through the year were Mr R C Graham Supertntendent Kenneth Roth Prtncrpal Mrs Rome Groswold Mrs Vera Faxon Mr Ralph Stenehjem Mrs Laura Anderson Mr Harold Ehert and Mr Rtchard Boggto our adv rsor Hrghllghts of the year were the tmttatron by the Sophomore cla.ss the return partv for the Sophomores and tn the sprrng the patntmg of the A ln September 1956 we started our sophomore year wtth thtrty two members we had lost John Woods but gatned Nancy Hague New members of the faculty helprng Us clrmb the foot hrlls were Mr Brubaker Mr Parzch Mr Gualtrert and Mr Hall our adwtsor Leadrng us thrs year were Cebrun Gaustad Pres Lowell Hrllyard V Pres and Pat Rosenthal Sec trea.s Hlghltghts of the year were the tnrtratron of the Freshmen and the Freshman party ln September 1957 we were well on our Journey as our Juntor year began Helptng us reach the foothtlls were Mr Rvce Mr Pttman and Mr Comwell We lost Lowell Htllyard Pat new members Holdmg the gavel thts year was Clarence Strobel Pres Rtchard Mtchael V Pres Carol Martrn Sec Sally Holten Treas and Gary Olsen Rep Our play For Heaven Sake was presented under the dtrectton of Mr Gregory Gualtrerel our class sponsor The Juntor Senror Banquet was held rn the studv hall and the Prom wtth the theme Satl Along Srlvery Moon was held tn the gvm Gettrng our class rrngs was a brg at tractron of the year Boy and Gtrl Delegates were also chosen from the class On September 2 1958 we started to reach the top of the foothrlls Lookmg across valleys new faculty members wrth us were Rrchard Boggro Mrs Vera Plant Jack Alles George kleprch and Mrss Helen Wtlltams Class offtcers were Mtckey Flanagan Pres Brll Mcktnnex V Pres Arlrss Brrdges Sec Betty Robbrns Treas and Rtchard Mtchael Rep Maln actrw rttes of thts year were Sentor Ptcture Dav the Sentor plat Me Myself and I and Sneak Day Cltmaxtng the year were the Prom and the Banquet Our class motto was We hate reached the foothrlls the mountatns lre ahead Our class colors were laxender and srlver and our flower red rose Bac alaureate servrces were held on May 24 We reached the top of the foothtlls on Max la when graduatron exercrses were held for the class of 1959 As me look across the valleys we realtze the great cllmb up the foothrlls was onlx the begtnnmg of our educatton and the mountarns lte ahead of us for further educatron 17 igh ' ' . ' ' , '.g , . .3 ' , . . . , ' . Mr. Rosenthal, Jac Elin and Douglas Van Valkenburgh, Don Matlllia, Bob Farmstead and gained no , , ' . ' " the Class Wrll We the Senror Class of 59 berng of sound mrnd and body hereby declare thrs to be our last wrll and testament and rn thrs wrll we hope our frrends the Junrors profrt by the followrng statements Kerth A wrlls hrs unopened books to Gary Carter rn hopes that he wrll make better use of them than he drd Drck A wrlls hrs srngrng abrlrty to Don Waldo rn hopes that he wrll become a famous srnger Arlrss B wrlls her abrlrty to play the prano for Mr Cornwell to Joan Bley Steve C wrlls hrs way wrth the Mrne grrls to Toby Drnsclale Dale E leaves hrs studrous abrlrty to Eddre Kraft Pete E leaves hrs towerrng herght to Betty Frye Mrckey F wrlls hrs werght and abrlrty to play football to Don Abney Bob G wrlls hrs actrng abrlrty to Pat Burbee rn hopes that she may star rn the senror play Cebrun G leaves hrs physrque to John Thompson hoprng that he wrll become Mr Amerrca Nancy H wrlls her problems and headaches to Brll Cowee Ervrn H wrlls hrs sense of humor to Ray Oltrogge and hrs Volkswagen to Carolyn Aadland rn hopes that she wrll make rt to school rn trme Bob H leaves to Dolly Barr hrs books on aeronautrcs hoprng they wrll help her see a certarn o more often Gary O wrlls to Ed Holmes hrs abrlrty to drsrupt the Englrsh IV class and hrs razor to Lyle Mrtchum Jean R leaves to Olga Arthun her wardrobe rn hopes rt wrll frt and leaves to Dale Arthun her G I harr cut Shrrley B wrlls her dramond to Pat Huck Sally H wrlls her abrlrty to get on the honor role to Alan Berry Carol M wrlls her typrng speed to Ronald Howland rn hopes that he wrll burld up hrs speed Betty R wrlls her strarght harr to Theresa Schaff and then leaves when she gets her drploma Betty Y leaves her quret ways to Sherry McKrnnon Nona M leaves to Marlynn Fryer her snobbrsh ways and her posrtron as majorette Rrchard M wrlls hrs latest book How to get Women Wrthout Dancrng to Mrke Lesnrck and hrs way wrth women to Fred Lamoreaux not that he needs rt Brlly M wrlls hrs trny feet to J O Mrller and hrs blue Mercury to Jrm Hoover rn hopes that he wrll always be able to make rt rn from the hrlls Darlene O wrlls to Jerry Cook her art of tellrng Jokes when rn trouble and her long harr to Judy Brott Bernard S wrlls to Frank Planrchech hrs wave set and hrs farm chores to Gary Gerhardt Clarence S wrlls to Betty Jakkola hrs man about town ways the Senror Class wrll to the Faculty a bottle of asprrrn to relreve them of all the headaches we have caused them rn A H S e the Senror Class wrll to Mr Kraft and Charlre Brant all our messes so they wrll have a Job next year e the Senror Class leave the Junrors all our books rn hopes they wrll be of some value to graduate them next year e the Senror Class wrsh to leave to Mr Roth and the school a pleasant memory of the class of 59 Sponsored by The U S Natronal Bank Red Lodge 18 i . . . . .by We, . I. .. . W' . I, . . . . W, . . . . . W. ' .' . Class Prophecy We have just come back from a long trrp rn whrch we covered qurte a lot of terrrtory Our Journey began one nrght after a vrsrt from the Head Screntrst of the SPACE COMMERCIAL ROCKET LINES As the head Screntrst who desrgned and made thrs specral rocket was SALLY HOLTEN from the 1959 graduatron class from Absarokee we thought rt would be nrce to go wrth her on a trrp to outerspace As our rocket shrp was startrng out we drscovered that we weren t the only ones gorng on an outerspace excursron for comrng strarght at us was a flyrng purple people eater Oh no' rt couldn t be' but yes rt was BILLY MCKINNEY oh well we always knew he was srlly As we reached the moon we were welcomed by the presrdent NANCY HAGUE She rnformed us that some entertarnment was planned for our stay on t moon so off we went As we walked along marn street on our way to the fooball game we saw what we Instantly recognrzed as Mr ROTH drrvrng hrs Burck to work at the cheese mrne Well we frnally arrrved at the Green Cheese Bowl to watch a game between the Lrttle Green Mars Men who were coached and managed by an Absarokee alumnr Mr DALE EGGEN and the Cheesettes who were lead out on the freld by that football hero ERVIN HANKS After we had left the game and were Just outsrde the arena we met two Medrcrne men sellrng tonrc to reduce the srze of legs so you would be able to get rnto rocket shrps Of course these two were prrme examples PETE EVERINGHAM and BOB HERRONEN After all thrs excrtement we were hungry and trred so we went to the Creator Cafe whrch was owned and managed by SHIRLEY HOLMES BURKLAND There was a brg attractron that nrght ELVIS MOON PRESLEY and when he came out he was better known to us as DICK ARTHUN wrth hrs pranrst MICKEY FLANAGAN They sang and played a selectron wrrtten bv that well known wrrter RICHARD MICHAEL We all enjoyed therr songs rn fact so much we felt lrke dancrng We got our wrsh for Band Leader CEB GAUSTAD gave us some real good musrc After drnner we were taken for a rrde on JEAN RICES ponres these were specral for thev had snow shoe feet so they wouldn t srnk rn the cheese As we got out rn the country we saw BERNARD SCHAFF tryrng to mrlk the cow that jumped over the moon He told us hrs motto was you ll never get away from rt there are cows to be mrlked everywhere yougo As we went deeper rnto the country we drs cox ered a Robot factory wrth GARY OLSEN as head Robot Machanrc and who should be truckrng them out but CLARENCE STROBEL rn hrs trusty lrttle Chevy truck As we drove we arrrved at the Creator Wrestlrng arena where the champronshrp frght between BETTY YATES and CAROL MARTIN was scheduled Whrle there we were grven a talk on the rll ef fects of moonshrne by Reverend STEVE CARTER Now rt was trme to return to earth As our rocket went pass a cloud we looked out and saw Opera srnger ARLISS BRIDGES She was accompanred by ROBERT GAHAGAN and KEITH ALLINGTON on the harp As we contrnued on our return trrp we stopped at Mercury whrch had been changed rnto a Bop and Slop Shop for refreshments The two grrl Rocket Hops that warted on us looked famrlrar We saw the floor show and then we knew them to be BETTY ROBBINS and DARLENE OTT As we left the shop we saw not frfr but NONA MCKELVEY walkrng the Pluto not the planet but rt s Mascot As we returned home we had a long talk about our trrp and decrded that the SENIOR CLASS of 1959 had really clrmbed hrgh 19 I 1 . . , . . 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