Anaconda High School - Big Stack Yearbook (Anaconda, MT)
- Class of 1957
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Text from Pages 1 - 92 of the 1957 volume:
Anaconda High School
THE BIG STACK
Vol. XLIIITable of Contents
Organizations and Activities
Sponsored by Anaconda Company
We, the Senior Class are dedicating the 1957 Big
Stack to Our Parents. As we have journeyed through
our school years they have given us unselfish guid-
ance and attention, they have shared our troubles and
lead us through with victory, they've also shared our
happy hours with love and understanding. To them
we say a sincere "Thanks."
Pat Keenan, Mrs. Glen Einfeldt, Clyde Eccleston-chairman, John Petelin, and Charles O'Neil.
Sponsored by BUTTE, ANACONDA PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
8Mr. James Gardner
I am very happy to write this message, my first,
to the students of the Anaconda High School.
It was my privilege and pleasure to be the fac-
ulty sponsor for the Big Stack for fifteen years. They
were happy years. We were all more than busy. We
were beside ourselves with feverish activity. We
tried to enter every creative writing contest-poetry
and prose. They entered every speech contest. The
Copper Glow and Big Stack entered every contest,
state and national. It was all terrifically exciting
for me, for the students, for the school and for the
I mention this for one big reason. It is this truth
about teaching: Unless you get the students wonder-
fully excited about their subject matter and their
school activities you will do them no good.
I learned this from the students that were here
Just a few years before you: Keep busy; be active;
get genuinely concerned with something vital in
To use a modem phrase: Get deeply "Shook"
about learning and it •will shake your whole family
J. E. Gardner
Mr. Mike O’Leary
America must have a citizenry that explores more
and more the depths and breadths of past and present
knowledge to discover wisdom for the future. Man's
growth never ceases and out of his quest for deeper
and fuller understanding of himself and his neighbors
comes hope for the world.
Education should be a continuing and lifetime
process, one should never consider his education com-
May your future be a happy and prosperous one.
M. F. O'Leary
Sponsored by Washoe Amusement CompanyF. O. BROWN
Boys Physical Education
Sponsored by Anaconda Teachers' Union 502
10Sponsored by ANACONDA TEACHERS' UNION
Chemistry Geometry Assistant Coach
Quill and Scroll
Copper Glow and Big Stack
Sponsored by PRECISION ELECTRONICS
■ 3 —
WILLIAM SAG IN
F. H. A.-Pep Club
Sponsored by DALY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY
FIRST ROW: Kay Tyler, Lura Anderson.
SECOND ROW: Carl Stetzner, Larry
Johnson. NOT PICTURED: Jerome To-
BEN H. GOODMAN INSURANCE AGENCY
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
DEL'S APPLIANCE AND SERVICE
14It’s a Mighty Big Job!
Junior High Principal
Junior High Secretary
Senior High Secretary
District 10 Secretary
PARK MOTOR COMPANY
J. C. PENNEY COMPANYThey Keep Our School Clean and in Good Running Condition
LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Gladys Kelly, Engineer Edwin Ekstrom, Mrs. Celia Kantack and Mrs. Ruth
They Prepare and Serve Us Good Hot Meals
LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Mary Jacket, Director Mrs. Margaret Mogus, and Mrs. Nellie Schuch.
BLATTNER PLUMBING AND HEATING COMPANY
MONAHAN'S STAR CLEANERS
MARCHION HARDWARE COMPANY
Vice President—Richard Maxwell
STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT
The Class of ”57”
Who put the "pep" in the school this year?
Who made the teachers exhausted here?
Who were the Seniors with empty heads
Who made the teachers wish they were dead?
Why the Class of "57”.
Who were the smart intelligent ones?
Who never their homework would shun?
Who stuck together through thick and thin?
Who knew the teachers would never win?
Why the Class of "57".
Who—in spite of all our complaints—
Really didn’t want the teachers to faint
When in a test we’d get good marks.
Who will be driving gold plated cars?
Why the Class of ”57".
Who will our future presidents be?
Who will have the city key?
Who will be millionaires some day?
Who will be very proud to say
WE WERE THE CLASS OF ”57”I
by LEANNA STOHR
Torch 9; Safety Patrol 9;
Chorus 9,10,11, Pres. 12;
Senior Ensemble; "Pickles"
10; "On Top of Old Smoky"
12; FHA 9,12; Pep Club 9,
10,11,12; Quill and Scroll
12; Copper Glow 12; Big
Chorus 9; Student Council
11; Twirling 9,10,11, Head
Basketball 9; Torch 9;
Safety Patrol 9; Key Club
10; Track 10,11; Football
10,11,12; A Club 12; Stu-
dent Council Pres. 12;
Kids' Day Mayor 12.
DAR Award 9; Torch 9; Stu-
dent Council 9; Girls' Cham-
pion Basketball Team 10;
Short Hand Award 11; Mar-
gie in "Fog Island" 11;
Thespians 11, 12; Chemistry
Club 12; Sweater Club 12;
Usherette 12; GAA 9,10,11,
12; Pep Club 9,10,11,12;
Flag Twirler 9,10,11,12;
National Honor Society.
HELEN BONNER TODD
COLD ATER'S SHOE STORE
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLESEVELYN BUCHOLZ
Alternate to Girls' State
11; Jr. class sec. 11;
Senior Ensemble 12; Girls'
basketball champs 9, 10;
Cheerleader 9, 11, 12;
Chorus 9, 10, 11, publicity
mgr. 12; GAA 9, 10, 11,
point sec., 12; Student
Council 10, 12; Copper
Glow 11, editor 12; Quill
and Scroll 11, 12; Sweater
Club 11, 12. National Honor
MARY LYNN CHAMBERS
French Club 10, 11; FHA
A Club 12; Football 12;
Chorus 9, 10; Track 10, 11,
JOAN LEE FORSMAN
FHA 12; Pep Club 12.
Chorus 10; Football 11;
Basketball 11; Track 11;
"The Big Blow Up" 11;
Key Club 12; Baseball 9,10;
Student Council 9, 10; Band
10, 11, 12.
JOHN EVERETT DENTON
Chemistry Club 12; Spanish
Club 9, 10; Ski Team 11,
12; A Club 11, 12.
MARGARET ANN CLARK
French Club 10, 11; Big Stack
11, 12; Copper Glow 11, 12.
'Tog Island" 11; Chemistry
Club 12; Band 9, 10; Span-
ish Club 9,10, Sec. 11;
GAA 9, 10, 11, 12; Pep
Club 10, 11, 12; Thespians
Girls' State 11; Aerial dart
champs 11; Junior Classical
League 12; Senior Ensemble
12; Chemistry Club 12; Usher-
ette 12; Pep Club 9, 10, 11,
12; GAA 9, 10, 11, 12; Chor-
us 9, 11, 12; Student Council
10, 12. All-Northwest Chorus
12; National Honor Society.
Football 11, 12; A Club 11,
Basketball 11, 12; Track
11, 12; A Club 11, 12.
Student Council, V.P. 9;
Torch 9; Chorus 9; Pep Club
9, 10, 11, Sec. 12; GAA 10,
11, 12; Big Stack 12; Tumb-
ling 9, 10, 11; Twirling 9,
10, 11; Copper Glow 12;
ARTHUR WILLIAM HARDING
Track 9, 10, 11, 12; Foot-
ball 9, 10, Mgr. 11, 12;
Basketball 9, 10, Mgr. 11,
12; A Club 10, 11, 12.
Basketball 9; Track 9; Foot-
ball 9, 10, 11, 12; A Club
Torch, Art Ed. 9; Art Aware
11; Copper Glow 12; Big
Key Club 10, 11, 12; Pep
Club 10, 12; Chorus 11; 'Tog
Island" 11; Thespians 11, 12;
Chemistry Club 12.
Basketball 9, 10, 12.
Chess Club 11; Pep Club
11, Treas. 12; Chemistry
Basketball B squad 9, A
squad 10, state forward
11, 12; Spanish Club 10;
Track 10,11,12; A Club
Pep Club 10; Student Coun-
cil 11; FHA 11, Sec. 12;
Spanish Club 12.
Student Council Sec. 9;
''Pickles" 10; B squad
cheerleader 9; Chorus 9,
10,11, V.P. 12, accomp-
anist 12; Senior Ensemble
accompanist 12; Pep Club
9,10,11,12; Thespians 9,
11,12; Chemistry Club 12;
Award in Leadership Con-
test 12; Coppei Glow 12;
Big Stack 12. National
Chorus 9; Copper Glow 12;
Big Stack 12.
Torch 9; Student Council 9,
12, "Pickles" orchestra 9;
Pep Club 11, 12; Chemistry
Club 12; Basketball champs
10; Brass Ensemble 9, 10, 11,
12; Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12;
Band 9. 10, 11.
Jr. Sportsman Rifle Club
Pres. 9, 10; Student Coun-
cil 11, 12; Band 9, 10, 11,
Spanish Club 9, 10; Band 9,
10, 11, Sec. I9.
Twirling 9, 10, 11, 12;
French Club 10.
ORVILLE S FOOD
KELLY’S COUNTERJOYCE KENFIELD
Chorus 9, 10; Twirling 9, 10;
GAA 10, 11, 12; FHA 12; Pep
Club 9, 10, 11, 12; Spanish
Club 10, 11; Torch 9.
Chorus 9; Spanish Club 11,
12; GAA 10, 11, 12; FHA 9,
10, 11, Pres. 12; Pep Club
11, 12; Wild Life Essay Con-
test, Local Second Place,
National Honorable Mention;
Hazel in 'Tog Island" 11;
Thespians 11, 12; Student
Council 9;National Honor
Chorus 10, 11, 12; GAA 10,
11; Operetta "Pickles" 10;
Student Council 9.
Chorus 10; GAA 10,11,12;
Pep Club 9, 10, 11, 12;
Civil Defense Essay, Local
First; Operetta 'Tickles"
10; Usherette 12; Aerial
Darts Champion 12.
Football 9, 10, 1J 12; A
Club 10, 11, 12; Track 9,
10, 11, 12; Basketball 9.
JO ANN MARINKOVICH
Chorus 9, 10, "Pickles" 10;
ARLENE LUCIER Cheerleader 12; Pep Club
"Chuck" Pres. 12; GAA 10, 11, 12;
Student Council 12; Badmin-
ton Champion 11; Aerial
Darts Champion 12.
Chorus 10; Spanish Club 11,
12; GAA 10, 11, 12; Pep
Club 10, 11, Treas. 12;
Pres, of Spanish Club 12;
Student Council 9, 12;
Aerial Darts Champion 12.
Band 9,10; Spanish Club
9, 10; Pep Club 11; 12;
GAA 10,11,12; Thespian
11,12; Torch 9; Student
Council 11; Johannain
Football 10, 11, 12; A Club
9, 10, 11 V.P. 12; Track 11,
12; Band 9, 11; Torch 9; Ski
Team 9, 10, 11; Ski Club
11; Honorable Mention in
All State football 11; V.P.
of Senior Class 12; V.P. of
Student Council 12; Key-
PATRICIA Me ANDREWS
Farewell Address at Grad-
uation 9; Band 9,10;
Orchestra 10; GAA 9,10,
11; "Fog Island" 11.
Transfer from Tennessee
10; Chorus 10; GAA 10,
11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11,
12; "Pickles" 10.
Football 11, 12; A Club 11,
12; Boy's State 11; Basketball
9, 11, 12; Track 11; Chem-
istry Club 12; National Honor
GAA 10, 11; Pep Club
Torch; Student Council 9, 11
Chorus 9, 10; Spanish Club
9, 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 9, 10
11, 12; GAA 9. pt. sec. 10,
treas. 11, pres 12; Sweater
Club 12; Usherette 12; 2nd.
Place Elk's Leadership Con-
test 12; FHA 12.
Twirling 9, 10, 11; Pep
Club 9, 10, 11, 12; GAA
9, 10, 11, 12; Chorus 9, 10,
11, 12; Torch; Mrs. Williams
in 'Tog Island" 11; Thespians
11, 12; Senior Ensemble 12;
Big Stack Staff 12.
MARJORIE ANN REID
Band 9, 10; Pep Club 11,
OLAND SHOE STORE
LOG CABIN MOTEL
Chorus 9; FFA 9, 10; Band
9, 10; Football 9, 10, 11, 12;
Basketball 9, 10; Student Coun
cil 11, 12; Key Club 10, 11,
12; A. Club 11, 12.
Track 11, 12; Football Mgr.
12; A Club 12; Jr. Classical
Key Club 12; Chemistry
Safety Patrol 9, Key Club
12.ANNA JOY ROSEBOROUCH
Student Council 9; French
Club 10, 11.
Dance Band 9, 10, 11; A Club
10, 11, 12; Ski Team 10; Ski
Club 10, 11; Elk's Youth
Leadership Award 11; Mixed
GAA 9,10,11,12; Student
Council 9,10,11, Sec. 12;
Mixed Chorus 9, 11, 12;
"June" in Pickles 10; Pep
Club 10,12; Girl's State
11; Thespians 11, 12;
Aerial Dart Champions 11;
Spanish Club 12; Senior
Ensemble 12; All-North-
west Chorus 12; National
DONNA LEE SCANLON
Spanish Club 9, 10, 11, 12
GAA 9, 10, 11, 12; Pep
Club 9, 10, 11, 12; Torch
Chorus 9, 10, 11; Student
Council 11; Usherette 12;
Sweater Club 12.
Sheriff in "Fog Island" 11;
Debate Team 12; Pep Club
Basketball 9, 10; Football
10, 11, 12; Track 11, 12;
A Club 11, 12; Key Club
12; Chemistry Club 12.
DEALER'S ASSOC.EDWARD SOKOLICH
Chorus 9; Band 9,10; 11;
School dance band 9, 10,
11; All State saxophone
solo, 9, 11.
Football 9, 10.
Editor Torch 9; Pep Club 9,
10, 11, 12; Chorus 9, 10, 11,
12; Ilona in "Pickles" 10;
GAA 10, Asst, point sec. 11,
V.P. 12; Student Council 11;
Priscilla in "Fog Island" 11;
Alternate to Girls' State 11;
2nd place in Elk's Leader-
ship contest 11; 2nd place
American Legion Oratorical
11; Thespian Club 11, 12;
Head usherette 12; Sweater
Club 12; Chemistry Club
12; Aqua Team 12; Debate
Team 12; Senior Ensemble
Sue in "Dance With Our Miss
Brooks" 10, Senior Ensemble
12; "On Top of Old Smokey"
12; Copper Glow 12; Quill
and Scroll 12; Assistant ed-
itor of Big Stack 12; Chess
Club 12; GAA 9, 10; Pep
Club 9, 10; Chorus 9, 10, 11,
Torch 9; Safety Patrol
9; B squad cheerleader
9; Twirler 9,10; Pen
Club 9,10,11,12; GAA
Council 9; Ping pong
champs 11; Bowling
Club 10,11; Shorthand
award 11; Usherette 12;
Sweater Club sec. 12;
Copper Glow 12; Big
Football 10, 11, 12; Basket-
ball 9, 10, 11, 12; Track 9,
10, 11, 12; Spanish Club
10; A Club 11, Pres. 12.
Student Council Pres. 9,
10,11; Key Club 10,11,
12; Pres. Junior Class 11;
Boy's State 11; Thespians
11,12; Chemistry Club
12; National Honor So-
SUPER ICE CREAM
B Squad Cheerleader 9;
Twirling 9,10,11; Girl's
Basketball Champs 10;
Pep Club 9,10,11,12;
GAA 10,11,12; Short-
hand Awards 11.ELLEN TALBOTT
Chorus 9,10,11,12; 'Pickles
10; Pep Club 11, 12; Chess
Club 11, 12; "On Top of
Old Smokey" 12.
Football 9; Basketball 9;
Chorus 9,12; Spanish Club
" 10,11; Pep Club 12; Key
Club 10,11,12; Big Stack
Staff 12; Copper Glow Staff
12; "On Top of Old Smokey'
Band 9,10,11; Spanish
Club 9,10; Student Coun-
cil 9, Torch; GAA 9,10;
National Honor Society.
Student Council 9; Chorus
9,10,11,12; "On Top of
Old Smokey" 12.
Chorus accompanist 9,
10,11, Sec. Trcas. 12;
Big Stack Staff Business
Manager 12; GAA 9,10,
11,12; Sweater Club
Pres. 12; Copper Glow
12; Pep Club 10,11,12;
Basketball Champs 10;
Usherette 12; Torch;
Senior Ensemble 12;
Quill and Scroll 12;
"Pickles" 10; "On Top
of Old Smokey" 12.
Bowling Club Pres. 11
Tcrch; Band 9,10,11,12;
Thespians 12; Chorus 9,12;
B Squad Basketball 10; "Fog
Island" 11; Orchestra 9, 10,
11,12; Northwest Band 12;
National Honor Society.
Pep Club 12; Twirling 9,
Basketball 9, 10, 11; Foot-
ball 10; Chorus 12.
CLYDIE ANN WALTER
Twirling 9, 10, 11, 12;
GAA 10, 11, 12; Pep Club
10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 9,
10; Aerial Darts Champs
Torch 9; Chorus 10;
'Pickles" 10; National
Twirling 9; All Star Volley-
ball Team 10; Aerial Darts
Champs. 12; Pep Club 10,
11, 12; CAA 10, 11, 12;
Copper Glow 12; Big Stack
CITY DRUG STORE
D. A. R. Leadership Award
Sonja Sanne Elk’s Leadership Award,
D. A. R. History Award
Boy and Girl Staters
SEATED Left to Right: Leanna Stohr, Karen Ferkin, Sonja Sanne, Evelyn Bucholz.
STANDING: Jack Millett, Ed Swanson.
Elk’s Leadership Award, First Place
Betty Crocker Award
BECK AND FISHER
MURPHY PAINT AND GLASSFIRST ROW: Joyce Kenfield, Bonnye Jacobs, Deloria Mooney, Dorothy Huffman, Alice McCrosky, Dorothy Anderson, Delores Ulstad, Onnalee Kellegher.
SECOND ROW: Sharlene Antonich, Shirley Verlanic, Barbara Lescantz, Helen Bonner Todd, Bernice Jackson, Donna Scanlon, Gloria Harmon, Patricia Vanisko.
THIRD ROW: Mary Lynn Chambers, Margaret Ann Clark Hewitt, Ellen Oland, Evelyn Bucholz, Karen Kelly, Judy Johnson, Elva Thomas. FOURTH ROW: Mar-
garet Ann Sylvester, Joan Lee Forsman, Lorene Lieurance, Mary Kempter, Rosemary Chor, Ellen Talbott, Toby Shrauger, Karen Ferkin. FIFTH ROW: Arlene
Lucier, Elizabeth Kent, Clydie Ann Walter, Lorraine Holo, Sonja Sanne, JoAnn Marinkovich, Loretta Schoepp, Sharon Wise, Judy Verlanic. SIXTH ROW: Anna
Joy Rosenborough, Nancy Coverdale, Sharon Spraycar, Leanna Stohr, Phyllis Mostad, Myrna Ohman, Barbara Blaskovich, Barbara Matelich, Margie Reid.FIRST ROW: Dick Harris, Hairy Brenton, Pierre Tcsson, Gary Beck, Ri td eux'tls I’JZn Ed S ko hJ R eTMrner Stephen Shelby E TTimD
ROW: Art Harding, Zane Shanldin, Weaver K n Clawson, Leon Walters, Harold Silzly, Lyle Havens. FOURTH
row! m D?“ Tlbovich Gene Petetson‘ FIFTH ROW: Jack MiUet’ WallaCC BryaD’
Larry Tucker, Darold RoUman, Bob Hurley, Pat Sullivan, Duane Harris, George McDonald.Coppy and Heada Went to the Senior Reception and Grid-Iron
Seniors honor faculty and superintendent at reception
FIRST ROW: Rich Maxwell, Ed Sager, Duane
Harris, Sam Marsillo. SECOND ROW: Ken
Cadiuex, Leon Walters, Dave Phelps, Ken
Clawson singing Sixteen Tons.
Mello Tenns FIRST ROW: Evelyn Bucholz,
Karen Kelly. SECOND ROW: Leanna Stohr,
Ellen Oland, Delores Ulstad, Dorothy Anderson
sang "The House of Blue Lights," "Green
Doors," and "Noah"
Harold Silzly, Barbara Blaskovich, Miss Baier,
and Ben Tyvand crowned at the Grid-iron by
Grand March-led by Myma Ohman, Jim Walsh,
Leanna Stohr, Stanley Bosch, Evelyn Bucholz,
Ed Violet, Louise DeAngelp, Rich Maxwell.
More kids participating in the grand march.
Decorations and costumes were clever.
Sponsored by: ANACONDA OPTO METRICAL ASSOCIATION
EMIL MARANS LADIES APPAREL SHOPCoppy and Heada Watched the Students Work and Study
Genius at work.
What's cookin'They Also Played and Laughed With Them
The substitute cheerleaders did all right.
The Halloween spooks didn't scare this gang much.
The teachers in disguise.History of the Class of ’57
We entered, as freshmen 184 strong and 95 of us survived to graduate May 28, 1957 at 8:00 P.M.
We were an active class participating in many activities. With Leanna Stohr as editor, Evelyn Bucholz and
Dorothy Anderson assistant editors, we were the last class to publish a Torch for the Junior High. B Squad cheer-
leaders, Dorothy Schmidt, Sharon Spraycar, Margaret Sylvester, Karen Kelly, and Evelyn Bucholz helped urge
both the B Squad and Freshman teams to victory. Student Council officers were Ed Swanson-president, Sharon
Spraycar-vice president, and Karen Kelly-secretary. Under the leadership of Art Sorum-chief, Ed Sokolich-asst.
chief, and Evelyn Bucholz-secretary, the fifteen members of the Safety Patrol kept order in the halls and directed
traffic on the streets. Winning awards were: Barbara Blaskovich, D.A.R. history award; Patsy McAndrews, Mem-
orial Day speaker; and Patsy McAndrews-first, Gene Harris-second, and Ed Swanson-third, Labor Day essays.
During our Sophomore year we attended half-day sessions at the Junior High while the Senior High School was
being constructed. Our class officers were Larry Tucker-president, Sam Marsillo-vice-president, and Karen Kel-
ly-secretary. The big event of that year was the operetta "Pickles" in which Leanna Stohr and Sonja Sanne had
leading roles and many other class members had supporting parts.
As Juniors we helped initiate the new school. Class officers were Ed Swanson-president, Rich Maxwell-vice-
president, and Evelyn Bucholz-secretary. In sports competition Bob Hurley was chosen for first-string all state
basketball team and Rich Maxwell was on the second team for all state football. Evelyn Bucholz was the only
junior to be a cheerleader. Our Junior Prom whose theme was "Showboat" was a huge success and we reinstated
the traditional election of a king GarTett Wolverton and queens Carolyn Thomas and Noreen O'Leary. Ellen Oland,
Ed Swanson, Larry Tucker, and Leanna Stohr had the leads in the play "Fog Island". That spring nine juniorboys
participated in track, Art Harding, Leon Walters, Rich Maxwell, and Pat Sullivan earned their flying "A"'s. Le-
anna Stohr won the American Legion Oratorical Contest and was the only junior to participate in debate. Leanna
Stohr and Ed Sager came in second in the Elk's Leadership Contest. Representatives chosen for Girls' State were
Sonja Sanne and Karen Ferkin, alternates were Evelyn Bucholz and Leanna Stohr. Boys’ Staters were Jack Millet
and Ed Swanson. Climaxing the year for the band members was their trip to Portland for the Rose Festival.
We started our senior year off well by taking over the city government on Kids' Day. Gary Beck was mayor;
Dan Trbovich, police judge; Leanna Stohr, city clerk; Rich Maxwell, police chief; Bernice Jackson, Duane
Harris, Ken Cadieux, Steve Shelby, Dave Phelps, and Alice McCrosky, aldermen. Class officers were Leon Walt-
ters-president, Rich Maxwell-vice-president, and Karen Ferkin-secretary. Student Council officers were Gary
Beck-president, Rich Maxwell-vice -president, and Sonja Sanne-secretary. Since it was an election year we cam-
paigned for our own candidates and after the elections even made a trip to Helena to lobby the right of 18 year
olds to vote. All of our clubs were active this year. The Pep Club bought distinctive sweaters; the Key Club
helped put up street signs; FHA sponsored a most successful Nite Club Dance; GAA sponsored Gridiron and Sadie
Hawkins; Sweater Club sold Copperhead booster buttons; two new clubs, the Junior Classical League and the So-
cial Problems Club, were organized and the Quill and Scroll reactivated. On April 28 and 29 the chorus staged
the operetta "On Top of Old Smoky" with Sonja Sanne, Leanna Stohr, Dorothy Anderson, Pierre Tesson, Larry
Tucker, and Ed Sager having lead roles supported by many other seniors. Sonja Sanne, Karen Ferkin, and Larry
Tucker were chosen to be a part of the All-Northwest Chorus and Band in Boise, Idaho. Winner of the Betty Crock-
er Award was Karen Ferkin. In the Elks' Leadership Awards, Leanna Stohr had first, Rich Maxwell second, and
Myrna Ohman third. In sports Dave Phelps, Rich Maxwell, Gary Beck, Sam Marcello, Leon Walters, Ken Claw-
son, Lyle Havens, Jack Millet, Harold Silzly, Pat Sullivan, and Ken Cadieux were on the football team and the
two that got honorable mention for the all-state football team were Rich Maxwell and Ken Cadieux. Senior
members on the basketball squad were Bob Hurley, Pat Sullivan, Ken Cadieux, and Duane Harris with Bob Hurley
making the first string all-state team. Cheerleaders Evelyn Bucholz, JoAnn Marinkovich, and Lorraine Holo led
an enthusiastic student body in firing the basketball squad to survive a "sudden death" and come from behind as a
top team in the state tournament in Butte.
Throughout our high school years Mr. Bamell, Mr. Phares, Miss Papez, Miss Stoken, and Miss Durkin helped
and guided us at all our activities as one of the most energetic and busy classes to graduate from A. H. S.
Out of curiosity Coppa and Heada took a peek into the future and in 1977 found: DOROTHY
ANDERSON attending the graduation exercises of her twin sons: Delicate SHARLENE AN-
TONICH upon her toes performing for the first time as Miss Balerinia in "Swan LakeSTAN -
LEY BEAUDETTE is seen driving a very large truck or bus with many children, could it be a
school bus? GARY BECK still picking over the field but he just can't seem to find a true love;
BARBARA BLASKOVICH is seen vigorously working with a strangely shaped test tube. What
could it be that she is so excited about? Mrs. HELEN BONNER TODD is sitting back to take a
well earned rest now that all her children are grown and on their own; That cheerful personal-
ity. HARRY BRINTON, is president of Kiwanis now; WALLY BRYAN is painting a very huge
building red, could it be a "red" barn that he is painting for his million dollar live stock?
ARTIE BUCHOLZ a Sergeant, finally telling someone else what to do; EVELYN BUCHOLZ'S
future has been sparkling and happy. She is seen alongside her one and only watching the first
grandson take his first steps; KENNY CADIEUX is a coach vigorously working out his team for
another winning year; JOAN CAMPBELL LASLOVICH is finally moving into her modernistic
home of all glass (Gee. Joanie a lot of windows to wash); MARY LYNN CHAMBERS is teaching
Miss McGuire’s Social Studies class in the Junior High School; GARY CHANDLER is now a forest
ranger so he can spend all his time out of doors; ROSEMARY CHOR is making listening to others
tell their troubles pay. because she is a social worker; GARY CHRISTIE has done well because
his sparkling personality goes over well on T.V.; MARGARET ANN CLARK is seen traveling
around the country with a long, long trailer connected to her pink Cadillac; KEN CLAWSON is
seen in Atham Stadium appearing as Big Moose the famous wrestler; NANCY COVERDALE is
giving her second grade class a very difficult lesson (Nancy, they are only second graders);
JOHN DENTON is now renting boats and cabins of his own to others at his beautiful Sunset Re-
sort; KAREN FERKIN, Dean of Women at Vassar was among the top ten personalities of the year
1977; JOAN LEE FORSMAN is found in a large city among a crowd. What she is doing there is
very blurry, but we think she's taking her Civics class on a field trip; BILL GEARY is now con-
structing his own ranch style home; ART HARDING is now die manager of his own professional
team, I can't tell you what sport because it is beyond our sight; GLORIA HARMON is painting
a mural for the new hotel which has been completed in Anaconda; DUANE HARRIS is working
on the railroad all the live long night; RICHARD HARRIS is seen as foreman of zinc plant at the
smelter; As a hobby, LYLE HAVENS is seen raising prize Leghorn Chickens but he is really a
cattle rancher; DON HETHERINGTON is seen teaching a class of seniors (English Class); LOR-
RAINE HOLO is alongside Billy trying to help little Billy with his geometry; DOROTHY HUFF-
MAN is teaching a bunch of little ruffians in reform school; BOB HURLEY is playing professional
basketball for a well known team; BERNICE JACKSON is dressed in white helping the poor and
the sick; BONNYE JACOBS is teaching children in the first grade; ALEX JOHNSON is now di-
recting his own well known Jazz Razz band; Sweet and well liked JUDY JOHNSON is now
teaching grade school children; ON NOLEE KELLEGHER and Don Pierce are celebrating their
20th anniversary; KAREN KELLY is head nurse at the Memorial Hospital; Directing her own
baton corps is MARY KEMPER; Uttle JOYCE KENFIELD is a "Private" secretary for the Anacon-
da Company President; ELIZABETH KENT is a dietitian at Montana State College. (Do they
S8still complain about the meals?) BARBARA LESCANTZ is adventuring into dark, dark, Africa;
Stationed in Germany, LORENE LIEURANCE is a stenographer for the F. B. L; ARLENE LUCIER
is now married and has five children; JO ANN MARINKOV1CH is comfortably settled in New
York mansion. How and why? Cause her husband is bank president; Now running a very beau-
tiful green house is SAM MARSILLO; BARBARA MATELIGH is teaching elementary school. Gee.
it looks like she is pulling her hair;
RICHARD MAXWELL, a psychiatrist, is dressed in white and someone is lying on a couch and it
looks like ALICE McCROSKY is die one on the couch, she must still be having troubles; GEORGE
MCDONALD is plowing 2.000 acres of land while ROBERT MILLER is raising 450 Plymouth Rocks
(chickens); JACK MILLET is attending reunion day celebrations at Notre Dame; DELORIA
MOONEY is found writing Jazz-a-Razz hit songs; PHYLLIS MOSTAD is rocking the baby to
sleep to her favorite song, "Rock a Bye, Baby"; MYRNA OHMAN is modeling clothes for a New
York firm; ELLEN OLAND'S future is very hazy, she seems to have tried several different
things but likes marriage best; DAVID PETERSON is a switchman for the BAP; working in
Thrifty's, GENE PETERSON is now writing prescriptions for the ill; DAVID PHELPS is seen fit-
ting shoes in the shop he owns; JOHN POSTON is a prominent lawyer defending himself for the
crime of Peaching!; MARJORIE REID is a registered nurse at St. Ann’s Hospital; DAROLD
ROLLMAN is a game warden; ANNA JOY ROSENBOROUGH is a teacher at Montana State Col-
lege; as an engineer, DAVID SNOW takes the train to Butte every day; ED SAGER owns his
own auto parts and repair shop; SONJA SANNE is starring at the Metropolitan Opera House;
DONNA LEE SCANLON is a waitress at the Montana Hotel; LORETTA SCHOEPP has taken over
for Miss MacDonell in sophomore English; ZANE SHANKLIN is head mechanic in Ed Sager's
shop; Senator STEPHEN SHELBY is returning for his third term in Congress; HAROLD SILZLEY
has decided to make the Air Force his career; TOBY SHRAUGER is seen as a society reporter
for the Great Falls Tribune; ED SOKOLICH is riding bucking broncs as a hobby, and racing
thoroughbreds in Belmont; SHARON SPRAYCAR and Jim are living on the Marine base in Sacra-
mento, California; Who's playing vollyball with the other co-ed-physical education teachers?
Why it's LEANNA STOHR, Anaconda's girls P. E. coach; PAT SULLIVAN is assistant coach at
U.C.L.A.; ED SWANSON has been given an honorary degree from Harvard in recognition of his
work as a scientist; MARGARET SYLVESTER is watching her son play on the winning basketball
team; ELLEN TAIBOTT is teaching English in Miss MacDonell's place; Governor PIERRE TES-
SON is going to run for president; ELVA THOMAS and DANNY TRBOVICH are happily married
and living in Beverly Hills, where he is a sound engineer for R.K.O.; BILL THOMPSON is now
manager of White's Auto Association; LARRY TUCKER, senator is a successful politican; DE-
LORES ULSTAD is teaching shorthand at Butte Business College; PATSY VANISKO and her hus-
band are planning a vacation trip to Europe; JUDY VERLANIC is getting her daughter ready for
college; SHIRLEY VERLANIC is hoping her son will go on to college; ED VIOLETTE is city re-
creational director; CLYDIE ANN WALTER is still a lookin'; LEON WALTERS is manager of
Safeway; BILL WARD'S future is fuzzy, but I think he's rocking a baby to sleep; RONNIE WEA-
VER has taken Harry James place as die hottest trumpet player in New York; SHARON WISE is
happily keeping house and raising a family and she says time just seems to fly by.
S9The Class Wills To the Underclassmen.
DOROTHY ANDERSON her Big Stack problems to Bonnie Trerise; SHARLENE ANTONICH Head Majorette to
Betty Jane Carlascio; STANLEY BEAUDETTE his mature outlook on life to Glen Thurow; GARY BECK his cafe-
teria dishwashing job to Ivan DeMarois; BARBARA BLASKOVICH all the sophomore boys back to the sophomore
girls; HELEN BONNER TODD her happy days in AHS to the underclassmen; HARRY BRENTON his trick knee to
Margie Lyon; WALLACE BRYAN his English days to someone who will enjoy them; ART BUCHOLZ his curly
blond hair to Don Stuber; EVELYN BUCHOLZ her two striper to Dixie Wise; KEN CADIEUX his sweaters, shirts,
and California's steaks to Bill Smith; JOAN CAMPBELL LASLAVICH her married status to Phyllis Campbell;
MARY LYNN CHAMBERS her good nature and fun loving ways to Marlene Francisco; GARY CHANDLER all his
good test grades to Ray Tarkalson; ROSEMARY CHOR her B in first quarter Civics to her brother John; GARY
CHRISTIE his tuba-tooting ability to Woody Driver; MARGARET ANN CLARK HUETTE her man hating attitude
to Margaret Fleming; KEN CLAWSON his broken down old Dodge to Bob Ferguson; NANCY COVERDALE her
ability to break test tubes to the chemistry class of '58; JOHN DENTON his skiing worries to Milt Smith; KAREN
FERKIN her nick names to Connie McLean; JOAN LEE FORSMAN her bad habit of being late for first period
English to Richard Thomas; BILL GEARY Mr. Sagin's yard stick to whoever will destroy it; ART HARDING his
ability to run in track to Fred Van Alstyne; GLORIA HARMON all she knows about art to Jean Sturdevant;
DUANE HARRIS the English books he has at home back to Mr. Bamell; RICHARD HARRIS the Christmas vaca-
tions, Saturday, Sunday and all national assemblies to the incoming sophomores; LYLE HAVENS the parking
place on Fifth and Main to Mack Howard; DON HETHERINGTON his 10,000 word theme to his cousin Lynda;
BOB HURLEY his seat in English class to Walt Goodman; LORRAINE HOLO her locker and old notebook to Mari-
lyn Holo; DOROTHY HUFFMAN any old jokes, stale candy, and used snow balls to the future occupants of the
conference room; BERNICE JACKSON her Bunson burner in chemistry to whoever wants to get burnt; BONNYE
JACOBS her neat clean locker to neat, clean Alice Hilgers; ALEX JOHNSON his first chair in the saxes to Sig
Johnson; JUDY JOHNSON her seat in Journalism to Peggy Schofield; KAREN KELLY her 5th place in the Ameri-
can Legion Contest to Brenda Schwartz; MARY KEMPER her long hair to Mary Ellen Clark; JOYCE KENFIELD
her seat on the Pep bus to Betty Prosenick; ELIZABETH KENT her position as president of FTLA to her sister Jac-
kie; ONNOLEE KELI .EGHER to some lucky underclassmen her ability to typing and shorthand; BARBARA LES-
CANTZ all her fun during '56 and '57 to Patty Kurtz; LORENE LIEURANCE her ability to write 2,500 word pa-
pers to Dave Bisch; ARLENE LUCIER all the homework to the underclassmen; SAM MARSILLO his place as the
only boy in typing to Ronnie Hatcher; RICHARD MAXWELL his football position and honors to Darryl Eccleston;
PATSY McANDREWS her curly locks to Sandra Bates; ALICE McCROSKEY her band emblem and 3 stars to
Irene Nazer; BARBARA MATELICH her offices in Pep Club and Spanish Club to the Juniors; JO ANN MARINKO-
VICH her cheering outfit to some-up-and-coming senior girl; GEORGE McDONALD his seat in Sociology within
easy reach of Sagin's desk to Duane Keyes; ROBERT MILLER his leather jacket to Dennis McLane; JACK MILLETT
his tackling partner Guy Monaco to George Martin; DELORIA MOONEY her chair in Sociology to somebody that
likes to look out the window; PHYLUS MOSTAD her cedar chest and all her good grades to her sister Judy;
MYRNA OHMAN her GAA offices to Lorraine; ELLEN OLAND her ability of playing the field to Louise D'Angelo;
DAVID PETERSON his pleasant disposition to a lucky Junior; GENE PETERSON his speed record in track to Eddie
Davidson; DAVE PHELPS his office boy job to Ronnie Vieth; JOHN POSTON his great height to Pete Marinko-
vich; MARGIE REID all her homework to the coming seniors; DAROLD ROLLMAN all his bumps on the head
from Sociology to Jack Softich; ANNA JOY ROSENBOURGH all her senior year fun to Sandra Sabo; ED SAGER
his good looks and grades to his cousin Earl; SONJA SANNE her voice to anyone in chorus willing to perform
vocal solos; DONNA SCANLON all her No. 2 pencils to Miss Roe's Civics classes; STEVE SHELBY his debate
tactics to Larry Johnson; HAROLD SILZLY his wonderful ability to get along with teachers to Richard; DAVID
SNOW all his books to Clifford Colwell; TOBY SHRAUGER her ability to clutter up three lockers to whoever is
lucky enough to have 2 empties beside them; ED SOKOLICH his brains in English to his sister; SHARON SPRAY-
CAR her usherette outfit to Ava Lee Rooney; LEANNA STOHR her nose plugs to Charlie Kintz; LORRETTA
SCHOEPP locker 182 to Ruth Hanson; MARGARET SYLVESTER her attendance record to Meridath Rogers; ED
SWANSON to his sister Carol his ability in all subjects; ZANE SHANKLIN his wonderful English ability to some
Junior; PAT SULLIVAN his center position to Jerry Hancock; PIERRE TESSON his great big enormous feet to
Gene Lescantz; ELLEN TALBOTT her ability to keep calm during an argument to Virginia Praast, ELVA THOMAS
her comer in the hall on third floor to Kathy Morton; BILL THOMPSON his economics book to Bob Johnson; DAN
TRBOVICH his Romeo's position to Alan Cutler; LARRY TUCKER to anyone interested the use to locker No.
710 for stocking old papers, gum wrappers and his picture of Gina Lolobrigda; DELORES ULSTAD her hairdo to
Elizabeth Sanders; PATSY VANISKO to Sharon Cadieux her ability to be on time for school; SHIRLEY VERLANIC
to any Junior the good grades that she has earned in High School; JUDY VERLANIC her seat in second year
typing to Florence Monaco; ED VIOLETTE his good English grades to Pat Ryan; CLYDIE ANN WALTER her
twirling outfit to some other gal who is fortunate enough to pass the exam; LEON WALTERS his sweater and class
ring to Lynne Johnson; BILL WARD his ability to sleep to his closest competitor Charles Barker; RONNIE WEAVER
his seat in band to Ronnie Sager; SHARON WISE to Brenda Eccleston her position as assistant editor of the Copper
Glow. Sponsored by: Anaconda Parent Teacher Associations.
The King and Queens were: Garret Woverlton, Car-
olyn Thomas, and Norene O'Leary.
The theme was "Showboat"
Leading the Grand March were: Evelyn Bucholz, Bob Brockman, Jo Ann Marinkovich, Richard Maxwell, Marietta
Morse, Loren Hester, Alice McCroskey, Ed Swanson.
4 ’A 1. Rid em cowboy 2. That was a funny 3. Surprise! 4. Going to have a ball 5. Our future movie stars 6. Warm-
ing up 7. Waiting to be grabbed 8. Smile 9. Marching along 10. No! No! Not now 11. Ow!! What's that? 12.
One, two, three 13. Bringing out the marsh mellows 14. Dig them legs 15. M-mm good 16. What's so funny? 17.
No, the're not praying 18. Having a good time?FIRST ROW: Sharly Shiner, Sandy Sabo, Elizabeth Sanders, Brenda Schwartz, Jean Sturdevent, Ruth Ann Wal-
ters, Maridath Rogers. SECOND ROW: Arlene Schmitz, Bonnie Trerise, Betty Prosenick, Alta Parker, Ruth
Violette, Irene Philleo. THIRD ROW: Connie Spragia, Peggy Schofield, Virginia Wise, Patsy Patterson, Vir-
ginia Praast, Ava Lee Rooney, Sally Westgaard.
Sponsored by: AUTO MART
BROWN'S AUTO PARTS
CHRISTIE FLOWER SHOP
FIRST ROW: Marguerite Keller, Dorothy Hard, Hazel Fleming, Nora Fleming, Alice Hilgers, Frances Jense,
Caryl Nordquist, Kathy Morton. SECOND ROW: Marlene Jones, Sharon Cadieux, Marilyn Holo, Lynne John-
son, Brenda Eccleston, Betty Carlascio, Arlene Klein, Florence Monaco. THIRD ROW: Janice Ekstrom, Sandy
Bates, Gwendo Crum, Louise D'Angelo, Marilyn Cox, Marie Monroe, Edna Holland, Leola Havens, Margie
Lyons. FOURTH ROW: Sandra Leary, Darlene Moe, Judy Mostad, Alida McArdle, Karen Jessen, Sharon Hi-
genbothem, Matilda Marsillo, Ruth Hanson.FIRST ROW: Pat Ryan, Sig Johnson, Gene Lescantz, Dennis McLane, Don Stuber. SECOND ROW: Bill Stavanja,
Fred Van Alstyne , Dwane Keyes, Butch Lanes, Jack Softich, Jim Violette. THIRD ROW: Randy Whitaker, Larry
Johnson, Ronnie Johns, Ricky Thomas, Bob Johnson, Jim Opie, Ed Jessen. FOURTH ROW: Glen Thurow, Bill
Smith, Pete Marinkovich, Gerald Nielson, Bob Martin, Charles Kintz, Earl Sager.
Sponsored by: MONTANA HOTEL CAFE
DEL-KEN CONSTRUCTION CO.
FIRST ROW: Jerry Atkinson, Dennis Campbell, Alan Cutler, Bob Barkley, Brian Christie, Loren Hatlestad. SECOND
ROW: Ronnie Hughes, Cliff Colwell, Bob Ferguson, Lee Corkish, Donald Davidson, Mack Howard, Gene Chaples,
Dave Bisch. THIRD ROW: Clarence Foreman, Jerry Hancock, Ronnie Hatcher, Chuck Barker, Ed Emmett, Cliff
Davis, Chuck Arnold, Bob Allard, Merlyn Chaffin. FOURTH ROW: Trenton Clark, John Chiddix, Mike Donich,
Ivan DeMarois, Fred Blume, Bob Harris, Walt Goodman, John Chor.Sophomore Girls
FIRST ROW: Beverly Carlascio, Jane Joslyn, Gale Henderson, Carol Jones, Kathy Jackson, Fredricka Jack-
son, Arlene Curaow, Mary Ellen Chamdler. SECOND ROW: Mona Howard, Margaret Fleming, Joan Glassley,
Mary Ann Gardner, Betty Drescher, Charlotte Frankovich, Patricia Burke, Marlene Francisco, Mary Ellen
Clark, Judy Harrison. THIRD ROW: Donna Campbell, Eleanor Cowan, Sharon Holloran, Connie Gagnon,
Noreen Jesscn, Sharon Jensen, Phyllis Ehni, Marie Fredrickson, Carol Beatty. FOURTH ROW: Linda Horsfall,
Beth Beals, Marilyn Browning, Patsy Cramer, Joan DeHaan, Judy Ford, Sherry Grice, Marion Jackson, Alva
Clawson, Margie Baird.
FIRST ROW: Charlotte Smollack, Joyce Violette, Judy Shaeffer, Florence Krizan, Gloria Nelson, Helen
Veeder, Madeline Lujan. SECOND ROW: Jean Simpkins, Jackie Kent, Frances Krizan, Doris Sundquist,
Sheila Tesson, Rosemary Kalm, Roselie Martz, Joy Manning, Rawla Knight. THIRD ROW: Darlene Rowsey,
Margaret Stopplecamp, Derry Schultz, Connie McLean, Marlene Nazer, Sharon Mattson, Donna Peterson,
Patsy Kemper, Marilyn Ray, Madonna Kloker. FOURTH ROW: Ramona Lightfoot, Pat McDermott, Barbara
Mengon, Patsy Kurtz, Helen Thomas, Lynda Wensley, Georgiana Vucasovich, Patsy Leonard, Rowena Nelson,
Sponsored by: FISHER HOPWOOD CO.
46 MacINTYRE'S INC.Sophomore Boys
FIRST ROW: Stanley Glovan, Dick Bolton, Robert Johnson, Jim Holland, Clifford Galle, Dick Hamel, Bruce
Binney, Gary Goodman, Brook Gifford, Gerry Funston, Richard Kirkeby. SECOND ROW: Richard Chirstman,
Jim Conners, Russell Eicher, Larry Ferkin, Marty Heany, Fred Furaus, Richard Gates, John Driver, Kenneth
Berry, Ray Beck, Dennis Adams. THIRD ROW: Alfred Arensmeyer, Stanley Bosch, Larry Harwood, Darrel
Eccleston, Dallas Ford, Doug Conrady, Jack Garvey, Wallace Johnson, Bob Condon, Wade Farlin, Robert
Brush. FOURTH ROW: Woodrow Driver, Evert Hetland, Pat Flynn, Clancy Forward, Ed Cummings, Mike
Devich, Bill Kaparich, Ronald Duncan, Robert Johnson, Bud Hurley.
FIRST ROW: Bob Sneberger, David Summers, John Stoppler, Jack Sullivan , Richard Porritt, Sven Voll,
Charles Shipman, Robert Smith, Tom Seitzinger, Dwight Vandeventer. SECOND ROW: Tom Tiefenthaler,
John Norton, Art Schneider, Bob Logan, Mickey O'Leary, Dick McGinnis, Andy Ward, Jack McGrath. THIRD
ROW: WaL Rangitsch, Bill McCleskey, Lowell Schneider, Bill Swanson, Gary Wigert, Alex Stevens, Charles
Larson, B 11 ; ck, Ronnie Smith. FOURTH ROW: Ed Yunk, Bob Marchion, Charles Walters, Dean Staton,
Dave Norton, im Walsh, Jerry Ohman, George Martin.
Sponsored by: Ed's Radio TV Service Gamble's
Fran's Cafe Montogomery Electric ShopFIRST ROW: Onnalee Lucier, Nellie Goforth, Marliss Finnegan, Marsha Klancy, Lillian Hughes, Marilou
Burgess, Judy Kessler. SECOND ROW: Bonnie Keele, Charlene Moe, Judy Fritsch, Rosemary Mathews,
Danielle Kahm, Carol Gustafson, Sharon Laravy, Jackie Bouchard, Margie Kessler. THIRD ROW: Mary
Jean Gilbert, Penny Conrady, Carolyn Gates, Nancy Galle, Audrey Aker, Judy Martin, Myma Johnson,
Sharon Massey, Rosalie Bonner. FOURTH ROW: Arlene Blaskovich, Jean Johnston, Nancy Mahoney, Bon-
nie Beck, Lolo Mennehan, Grace Davis, Diane Clawson, Janet Glenn, Robert Bull. FIFTH ROW: Evelyn
Farrel, Elena Bamell, Barbara Hammond, Rilla Einfeldt, Marilou Dwyer, Marlene Bucholz, Delores Ek-
strom, Alva Driver, Virginia Allen. SIXTH ROW: Voreen Hungerford, Deanna Birch, Paulette Beriele,
Carol Bubash, Kathy Chor, Norma Harris, Gwen Johnson, Marilyn Morris, Karen Johnson, Patty Indendi,
Sponsored by: QUICK NEON SERVICE
SCHWARTZ'S DEPARTMENT STORE
FIRST ROW: Edwinna Rhail, Judy Murrish, Lois Soklich, Marilou Mertzig, Karen Pearon, Jean Oldhouse,
Nancy Simpkins. SECOND ROW: Louise Wagner, Sharon Moyle, Helen Verzuh, Arlene Smith, Kathryn
Parks, Marguerite McCumber, Dora Orrino, Carol Norgland. THIRD ROW: Carolyn Peterson, Pat Stephans,
Glenna Rowsey, Dorothy Terkla, Sandra Schrott, Doris Plumb, Diane Slenes, Rose Anne Kristie. FOURTH
ROW: Patricia McPhail, Ethel Talbott, Linda Wolverton, Joy MacDonald, Sharon Ulstad, Lorraine Ohman,
Carol Swanson, Kathy Stevenson.Freshmen Boys
FIRST ROW: Don Hatcher, Earl Driggs, Val Bell, Frank F.Hnnd, David Logan, Dick
Aone, Andrew Jackson, Bennie Gress, Boyd Keele. SECOND ROW: Ronnie Heman,
LeRoy Hanson, Billy Herbolich, Dennis Bailey, Danny Conklin, George Fiddler,
John Jette, David Eccieston, Eddie Davidson, Louie Menicucci. THIRD ROW:
Dick Hauck, Jim Clawson, Terry Fiest, John Flynn, Roger Kujlua, Billy Huestis,
Kenny Beck, Fred Kelly, Dale Havens. FOURTH ROW: Charles Monroe, Daris Fox,
Ray Johnson, Terry Lanes, Kenny Koenig, Keith Bates, Ronnie Hiner, Peter Day,
Chuck Hutchens, Larry Beausoliel. FIFTH ROW: Dean Hall, Gary Miller, Danny
Johnson, Robert Mount, Dallas Harmon, Carmen Garnett, Eddie Anderson, Butch
Huot, Leo McDermott.
FIRST ROW: Jim Tarkalson, Charles Smollack, Charles Thurow, Bob Walters, El-
mer Peterson, Fred Perma, Ray Parker. SECOND ROW: Tom Rice, Tom Tondo-
vich, Ronnie Sager, Larry Robertson, Mark Pearson, Monty Okken, Chuck Mitchell,
Kim McNeil. THIRD ROW: Lauren Madden, Allan Whaley, Dave Middleton,
Frank Rusinski, LarTy Peirce, Eddy Zier, Steve Smith, Charles Robertson. FOURTH
ROW: Ronald Hewitt, Charles Roth, Lester Roth, Don Nelson, Jeff Wyant, Tom
Sapp, Roger Vetter. FIFTH ROW: John Wilkenson, Jim Thompson, Jeff Wright,
Dick Volkman, Stanley Peterson, Richard Silzly, Bob Neilson, Dick Rosenleaf, Ken
SERVICE STATIONI. Ain't he cute? 2. Going steady 3. Look at that curly hair! 4. What's everybody doing out of school?? 5.
Ain't love grand? 6. Cute, huh? 7. Head majorette of 1909 8. Must be Thursday 9. What's cooking? 10. Thirsty?
II. Sleeping beauties 12. Show that "A" off. 13. Looks good 14. Surprise ! 15. Spooks 16. That was a funny
one 17. What a party! 18 What night are you thinking of? 19. Scratching her head 20. The crew 21. Day-dream-
ing 22. What's coming off 23. Guess who 24. See that muscle?Student Council
FIRST ROW: Bill Kaparich, ’.Vade Farlin, Leon Walters, Dave Phelps, Fred Van Alstyne, Chuck Barker, Robert
Johnson, Evert Heiland, Gene Lescantz. SECOND ROW: Bernice Jackson, Betty Jane Carlascio, Ava Lee Rooney,
Richard Maxwell, Sonja Santre, Dixie Wise, Jo Ann Marinkovich, Evelyn Bucholz, Linda Wensley. THIRD ROW:
Arlene Curnow, Marlene Francisco, Marguerite Keller, Pat Jackobs, Ed Cummings, Jim Walsh, Alex Johnson
Connie McLean, Judy Verlanic, Derry Schultz, Marlene Nazer. NOT PICTURED: Gary Beck, Jerry Ohman.
The Student Council is an important school organization. It sets all
dates for school activities and makes suggestion for school betterment
Many projects are backed by the Student Council such as the running
of the fountain and the special fun day for the school, "A " Day. Of-
ficers of the Student Council are: President, Gary Beck; Vice presi-
dent; Richard Maxwell, and Secretary, Sonja Sanne.
ART'S SUPER SAVE MARKET
BARBERS' UNION 575
BLUEBIRD BOOK AND GIFT SHOP
TOURIST SERVICE STATION
52Junior Classical League
FIRST ROW: Betty Prosenick, Virginia Praast, Gwendolyn Crum, Karen Ferkin, Dorothy Hard, Sponsor, Miss
Mahoney. SECOND ROW: Fredi Jackson, Onalee Lucier, Kathy Jackson, Rawla Knight, Marguerite Mc-
Cumber, Nancy Mahoney, Jean Johnston, Arlene Smith, Rilla Einfeldt. THIRD ROW: Carole Bubash, Doro-
thy Terkla, Sandy Shrout, Dorothy Johnson, Joy MacDonald, Jean Simpkins, Connie Gagnon, Elena Bamell,
Bonnie Beck. FOURTH ROW: Pat Leonard, Marie Munro, Sandy Bates, Mike Devich, Charles Walters, Char-
les Robinson, Helen Thomas, Catherine Walsh, Mona Howard. NOT PICTURED: Barbara Mengon.
The prime purpose of the Junior Classical League is to promote fluent
interest in ancient Roman and Greek Cultures, and to make us realize
how much our country has used these cultures for a basis to present
day government. We hope to have a vigorous year learning all we can
about the foundations they built for us.
FIRST ROW: Brenda Schwartz and Leanna Stohr. SECOND ROW:
Steven Shelby and Glen Thurow.
Last year the Debate Team was organized for the first time. The four
juniors and seniors on the team spent most of the year studying "Re-
solved; We Should Adopt The Basic Principles of the Brannon Plan".
The Team took numerous trips around the state this year.
Sponsored by ANACONDA COMPANY
53Copper Glow Staff
FIRST ROW: Evelyn Bucholz-editor, Sharon Wise-asst. ed., Richard Porritt. SECOND ROW: Joan Camp-
bell, Delores Ulstad, Dorothy Anderson, Brenda Eccleston, Betty Jane Carlascio, Lynne Johnson. THIRD
ROW: Judy Johnson, Toby Shrauger, Lorraine Holo, Gloria Harmon, Glen Thurow. FOURTH ROW: John
Norton, Miss Nelson-advisor, Mike Devich. NOT PICTURED: Ellen Oland.
Attempting to get out a six page paper every two weeks kept the COPPER GLOW staff busy every min-
ute this year. Instead of printing the paper it was mimeographed. Membership in M.I.E.A. was renewed
and the paper and annual were submitted for rating.
Quill and Scroll
rwn Rn AP° ?y ’xT°.by hraU?er’,Evelyn BuchoLz Gloria Harmon, Brenda Eccleston.
SECOND ROW. Delored Ulstad, Mike Devich, Glen Thurow, Lynne Johnson.
Quill and Scroll is the national honorary journalistic fraternity. To be eligible a student must be in the
upper one-third of his class, and must have had at least one hundred inches of copy printed or spent
the equivalent amount of time on the paper. F
Sponsored by DEAN'S NEWS CIGAR STORE GOLDEN WEST DAIRY
EARL'S MODERN CLEANERS HERBOUCH GROCERYCoppie and Heada Meet Those Responsible for This Book
Big Stack Staff
Juniors assisting the Big
Stack Staff with the an-
Betty Jane Carlascio
LEA CLARK TOBY SHRAUGER
Sponsored by: MATT'S UNION SERVICE STATION PHILLIP'S SHEET METAL WORKS
PARK CAFE TORGERSON MOTORSSpanish Club
FIRST ROW: Sponsor Miss Masek, Carolyn Gates, Penny Conrady, Grace Davis, Vice President Sonja Sanne, Presi-
dent Barbara Matelich, Marie Fredrickson, Joy Manning, Carol Jones, Elizabeth Sanders. SECOND ROW: Carol
Gustafson, Pat Stevens, Marie Munro, Sharon Halloren, Myma Oman, Patty Kurtz, Linda Wensley, Clydie Ann Wal-
ter, Marlene Bucholz, Don Hatcher. THIRD ROW: FredBlume, Charles Barker, Dick Norton, Gene Lescantz, Jerry
Hancock, Michael Donich, Tom Tiefenthaler, Monty Okken, Ed Davidson, Peter Day, Leo McDermott. NOT PIC-
TURED: Sponsor Miss Durkin, Secretary Jo Ann Gress, Bonnie Trerise, Julia Mostad, Beverley Carlascio, Bonnie
Jacobs, Elizabeth Kent, Carolyn Marcotte, Joyce Violette.
"Los Amigos," the Spanish Club, was organized to stimulate student
interest in all phases of the life and customs of Spanish-speaking
peoples the world over.
Sponsored by the ANACONDA COMPANYKey Club
FIRST ROW: Don Hetherington, Ed Swanson, Glen Thurow, Ronnie Weaver, Pierre Tesson. SECOND ROW:
Gary Goodman, Chuck Arnold, Charles Kintz, Gary Christy, Wade Farlin, Dick McGinnis.
The Key Club, founded in 1948, is a service organization sponsored by the Kiwanis Club. One of the
club's outstanding community-betterment projects was the erection of street signs on the city's street
corners last fall.
FIRST ROW: Ellen Oland, Elizabeth Kent, Barbara Blaskovich, Sonja Sanne, Karen Kelly, Alice McCros-
key. SECOND ROW: Larry Tucker, Ed Swanson, Nancy Coverdale, Leanna Stohr, Don Hetherington,
The purpose of the club is to promote more interest in the drama of the High School. Those eligible
for the club have had speaking parts in any dramatic or choral production in the past years.
Sponsored by ANACONDA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS' ASSOCIATIONFIRST ROW: Janice Hamel, Georgians Vucasovich, Joyce Violette, Jo Ann Cress, Betty Orescher, Linda
Wensley. SECOND ROW: Myma Ohman, Dorothy Anderson, Alice Hilgers, Elizabeth Kent, Matilda Marsillo,
Bonnie Jacobs, P-Owena Neilson, Jackie Kent, Joyce Kenfield. THIRD ROW: Sponsor Miss Stokan, Ava Lee
Rooney, Marguerite Keller, Marie Fredrickson, Betty Jc Prosenick, Ramona I ightfoot, Connie Sbragia,
Lynda Hetherington, Virginia Wise, Joan Lee Forsman, Judy Harrison, Barbara Matelich, Lynn Johnson.
NOT PICTURED: Frances Jense, Janice Ekstrom, Dorothy Huffman, Louise D'Angelo, Rosemary Chor,
Marilyn Cox, Patsy Patterson.
F. H. A.
FIRST ROW: Nancy Simpkins, Barbara Hammond, Nellie Go-
forth, Myma Johnson, Janet Glenn, Marliss Finnegan. SECOND
ROW: Marilou Mertzig, Dora Orrino, Sharon Moyle, Marguerite
Me Cumber, Bonnie Keele, Judy Murrish, Ethel Talbott. THIRD
ROW: Doris Plumb, Norma Harris, Patsy McPhail, Dorothy John-
son, Delores Ekstrom, Voreen Hungerford. NOT PICTURED:
Jeanne Ouldhouse, Onalee Lucier, Nancy Galle.
The Future Homemakers of America is a homemaking club which is open to all girls enrolled in home making
classes. Its chief aims are to promote a growing appreciation of the joys and satisfactions of home making and to
further interest in Home Economics. Included in our social activites this year were the weekly faculty coffee
hour, during which we entertained both faculties, the Semi-formal Nite Club dance, the tea for mothers, Chirst-
mas party for our pre-school age brothers, sisters, and little friends, the father-daughter banquet and the annual
Sponsored by ROBERTS' JEWELRY STORE ANACONDA DRUG STORE
ANACONDA BAKERY CENTRAL MEAT MARKETChemistry Club
FIRST ROW: Richard Maxwell, John Denton, John Poston, Ed Swanson, Danny Turbovich, Larry Tucker, Leon
Walters, Jack Millett. SECOND ROW: Don Hetherington, Dorothy Huffman, Bernice Jackson, Karen Ferkin,
Leanna Stohr, Elizabeth Kent, Barbara Blaskovich, Karen Kelly, Nancy Coverdale, Harold Silzly.
FIRST ROW: Virginia Praast. Sally Westguard, Ellen Talbott, Dorothy Hard. SECOND ROW: Sig Johnson,
Mike Donich, Charlie Kintz, Glen Thurow, Steven Shelby, Mr. Phares. NOT PICTURED: Leola Havens, Alta
Parker, Gwen Crum, Toby Shrauger, Jerry Ohman, Don Hetherington, Ronald Hughes, Ed Emmett, Bob Sne-
berger, Jim Connors, Earl Sager.
59 Sponsored by: ANACONDA COMPANYChorus
FIRST ROW. Linda Horsfall, Sherry Gnce, Rowena Neilson, Sharon Jensen, Phyllis Ehni, Ruth Violette, Marguerite Keller, Rose Hendrickson Frances
dense, Alice HUgen, Dorothy Anderson, Marie Munroe, Patsy Patterson. SECOND ROW: Leanna Stohr, Louise D'Angelo, Sonja Sanne, Kar n Kelly
Evelyn Bucholz, Delores Ulstad, Beverlv Carlascio, Sharly S’ iner, Ellen Oland, Elizabeth Sanders, Mary Ann Gardner, Madeline Lujan Barbara Lescantz
Karen Ferkin, Linda Wensley, Joan Dekaan. THIRD ROW: Sheila Tesson, Arlene Klein, Phyllii Campbell, Judy Harrison, Betty
Eleanor Gowan, Patricia Crammer, Sharon Cadieux, Joyce Violette, Sandy Sabo, Irene Philleo, Ellen Talbott Tobv Shraueer Matilda MiKiiin11 ’
Westgard. FOURTH ROW: Mr' Rij: rd Merley, Director, Frank Masella, Russel Eicher, Wallace Johnson, Gene Lescantz, Bill Thompson, Mack Howard
Ronnie Hughes, Don Davidson, Fred Blume, Jerry Hancock, Jo Ann Gress, Peggy Evans, Georginana Vucasovich. NOT PICTURED: Dennis McLane ’
Pierre I esson, Larry Tucker, Barbara Mengon. »
The purpose of chorus is to train students to sing easily in choral groups. One ot the out-standing projects of
the year was the trip to Warm Springs and Galen. Birthday Calendars were sold to provide funds for the year's
activitiesOffices of the Chorus are: President, Dorothy Anderson; Vice President, Karen Kelly; Secretary,
Delores Ulstad; Librarians, Sonja Sanne and Billy Thompson; Publicity Manager, Evelyn Bucholz.
Sponsored by DAVIS JEWELRY
GIMRLE LUMBER AND FUEL COMPANYSenior Ensemble
FIRST ROW: Toby Shrauger Ellen Oland. SECOND ROW: Ellen Talbott, Karen Kelly, Barbara Lescantz,
Bucholz LeannTs’to Hendrickson- R0W: Karen Ferkin Sonja Sanne, Delores Ulstad, Evelyn
Ninth Grade Chorus
FIRST ROW: Mary Lou Dwyer, Janet Glenn, Helen Verzuh, Carol Gustafson, Sharlene Moe, Nancy Simpkins,
Danny Conklin, Boyd Keele, Ed Davidson, Judy Kessler, Catheryn Parks, Sharon Massey, Diana Clawson, Elena
Bamell. SECOND ROW: Pat Stevens, Virginia Allen, Paulette Beierle, Ethel Talbott, Marlene Bucholz, Ro-
bert Mount, David Eccleston, Ronnie Sager, Allen Whaley, Evelyn Farrell, Kay Lynn Cerino, Norma Harris.
THIRD ROW: Carol Swanson, Judy Murrish, Marcia Clancy, Ray Johnson, Peter Day, Dick Rosenleaf, Steve
Smith, Lavren Madden, Nellie Goforth, Mary Lou Mertzig, Lorraine Ohman. NOT PICTURED: Mary Lou Bur-
gess, Bonnie Beck, Karen Pearson, Dallas Harmon, Mary Lou Dalton.
Sponsored by ANACONDA COMPANYSenior High Band
FIRST ROW: Alida McArdle, Roberta Emmett, Paulette Everett, Jeanette Tescher, Alva Driver, Larry Tucker, Bernice Jackson, Elaine Meyer, Diane Hughes, John
Jette, Katherine Jackson, Mary Lou Mertzig, Jean Simpkins. SECOND ROW: Onnolee Kellegher, Clarence Foresman, Sharon Higenbotham, Paulette McCallum, Ed
Emmett, Sharon Mattson, Alva Clawson, Robert Brush, Darlere Rowsey, Sig Johnson, Sharon Jensen, Harry Brenton, Fredericks Jackson, David Meddleton, Jane
Cron, Ronald Sager, Ronnie Weaver. THIRD ROW: Margaret Stopplecamp, Arlene BlasCovich, Glenna Rowsey, Nancy Hammond, Nancy Mahoney, Alex Johnson,
Woodrow Driver, Gary Christie, JamesOpie, Allen Arensmeyer, Connie Campbell, Larry Weatherman, Shirley Bosch, Vilma Laipple, Michael Crum, David Beck.
FOURTH ROW: Katherine Chor, Kenneth Beck, Arlie Montogomery, Delores Rutherford, Rosalee Bonner, Jenet Ritschel, Vandelyn Kirkeby, Gayle Sailer, Shela
Van Ness, Sylvia McKinley, John Driver, Alfred Arensmeyer, Tom Tiefenthaler. STANDING: Susan McKinley, Tom Arensmeyer, Ralph Schmidt, Richard McAn-
drews, Ronald Heman, Leann Sbragia, Dan Leary, Sandra Leary, Mr. Burchak, Instructor. NOT PICTURED ARE: Charles Kintz, Dorothy Terkla, Raymond Parker.
Sponsored by: WASHOE MARKETBand Notes
The marching band made its first appearance at the Anaconda-Livingston game and
presented a novelty "Droodle Show." For the remaining games the pageants. "Kiddie
Kapers", "Your Hig Parade" and "Election Year-1956” were featured. The twirlers
were featured in each show and added much color.
In February the Annual Winter Concert was presented and featured combined band and
chorus in the 'Testival Finale.”
Mid-April brought the Annual Spring Concert which featured not only the band but the
twirling revue. "Through The Years." A highlight of the concert was the presentation
of the John Phillip Sousa Award to the most outstanding band member.
Following die concert the band members, soloists and ensemble members participated
in the District Music Festival in Dillon and came away with high ratings.
In May. members of the band participated in the State Music Festival in Missoula and
with the Memorial Day Parade another year of band activities were completed.
1957 marks the 30th year of the formation of the Soldiers Memorial Band of Anaconda
Sponsored by: JACKSON STUDIO
PARK UNION SERVICE STATION
63 SOFTY'S MARKETDance Band
FIRST ROW: Larry Tucker, Ronald Heman, Charles Kintz, Tom Tiefenthaler, Alex Johnson, John Driver,
Clarence Forsman, Ronald Sager. NOT PICTURED: Ronnie Weaver, Sig Johnson.
Elaine Meyer, Lar-
ry Tucker, Diane
Hughes, John Jet-
Ronald Sager, Ja-
ne Cron, Larry
Jackson, Jim Opie,
Sponsored by MAIN STREET GROCERY
64 YEOMAN'S INSURANCE AGENCY
YOUNG MOTOR COMPANYPep Club
FIRST ROW: Barbara Mateiich, Dixie Wise, JoAnn Marinkovich, Evelyn Bucholz, Lorraine Holo, Marilyn Cox,
Marie Munroe. SECOND ROW: Nora Fleming, Marilyn Holo, Patsy Vanisko, Sharon Cadieux, Kathy Morton,
Brenda Eccleston, Brenda Schwartz, Lynne Johnson, Betty Carlascio, Sharly Shiner, Alice Hilgers, Frances
Jense, Caryl Nordquist, Deloria Mooney, Florence Monaco. THIRD ROW: Delores Ulstad, SaUy Westgard,
Ava Lee Rooney, Joan Forsman, Gwen Crum, Arlene Schmitz, Bonnie Trerise, Karen Ferkin, Karen Kelly,
Clydie Ann Walter, Sonia Sanne, Elizabeth Sanders, Dorothy Anderson, Hazel Fleming, Ruth Walters. FOUR-
TH ROW: Connie Sbragia, Judy Verlanic, Barbara Blaskovich, Margie Reed, Judy Most ad, Sharon Spraycar,
Sharon Wise, Elizabeth Kent, Leanna Stohr, Sandy Bates, Uuise D'Angelo, Margaret Ann Sylvestor, Ruth
Violette, EUen Talbott, Lorene Lieurance. FIFTH ROW: Darlene Moe, Myma Ohman, Gene UseanU, Mike
Donich, Pierre Tesson, Don Davidson, Glen Thurow, John Chiddix, Don Hetherington, Steve Shelby, Frank
MarseUo, Dennis McUne, Lynda Hetherington, Patsy Patterson, Virginia Praast.
The main purpose of the Pep Club is to promote better school spirit at games and school functions. We feel
that it is the duty of the student body to stand behind our teams. The Pep Club is trying to interest everyone
in cheering our teams to victory.
FIRST ROW: Carol Jones, Gloria Nelson, Madeline Lujan, Joyce Violette, Charlotte Smollack, Helen Veeder.
SECOND ROW: Margie Baird, Betty Drescher, Phyllis Ehni, Marilyn Ray, Judy Harrison, Marie Fredrickson,
Joy Manning, Mary Ann Gardner, Jacky Kent, Rosemary Kahm, Janice Hamel. THIRD ROW: Joan DeHaan,
Linda Wensley, Georgiana Vucasovich, Pat Jacobs, Sharon Holloran, Mona Howard, Connie Gagnon, Derry
Schultz, Connie McLean, Norine Jessen, Marlene Nazer, Beverly Carlascio. FOURTH ROW: Bobby Logan,
Ronald Duncan, Linda Horsfall, Marilyn Browning, Pat McDermott, Barbara Mengon, P:itsy Kuitz, Patsy L on.
ard, Helen Thomas, Carolyn Marcotte, Madonna Kloker, Mike Devich, Dick McGinnis. NOT PICTURED:
Joyce Kenfield, Ellen Oland, Gary Chandler, JoAnn Gress, Alice McCroskey, Darlene Moe, Margaret Stop-
plecamp, Nancy Coverdale, Joan Campbell, Sharon Jensen.
Sponsored by: WASHOE MARKET"A” Squad
Dixie Wise, Evelyn Bucholz, Marilyn Holo,cheer queen, JoAnn Marinkovich, Lorraine Holo.
Sponsored by LAKE FINANCE
EIDE REAL ESTATE
JOHNSON'S STANDARD SERVICE
R. A. KELLY
Marilyn Morris, Charlene Moe, Marlene Bucholz, cheer queen, Carol Swanson, Lorraine Ohman.FIRST ROW: Lorraine Holo, Joyce Kenfield, Deloria Mooney, Myma Oh man, Leanna Stohr, Evelyn Bucholz,
Louise D'Angelo, Brenda Eccleston, Frances Jense. SECOND ROW: Clydie Ann Walter, Barbara Matelich, Jo
Ann Marinkovich, Barbara Blaskovich, Sharon Spraycar, Lorene Lieurance, Donna Scanlon, Karen Ferkin,
Delores Ulstad, Ellen Oland, Elizabeth Sanders, Lynne Johnson, Sharly Shiner. THIRD ROW: Alice Hilgers,
Sharon Wise, Elizabeth Kent, Sonja Sanne, Margaret Ann Sylvester, Bonnie Trerise, Arlene Schmitz. FOURTH
ROW: Darlene Moe, Connie Sbragia, Marilyn Cox, Ruth Violette, Sharon Cadieux, Brenda Schwartz, Caryl
Nordquist, Kathy Morton, Marilyn Holo. FIFTH ROW: Lynda Hetherington, Judy Mostad, Patsy Patterson,
Marie Munroe, Virginia Praast, Gwen Crum, Sally Westgard, Sandy Bates, Betty Carlascio, Ava Lee Rooney,
G. A. A.
Sponsored by: BUTTE BUSINESS COLLEGE
FIRST ROW: Irene Nazer, Mary Ann Gardner, Carol Jones, Marie Fredrickson, Joy Manning, Madeline Lujan,
Helen Veeder. SECOND ROW: Jackie Kent, Betty Drescher, Joyce Violette, Joan Glassley, Beverly Carlas-
cio, Connie McLean. THIRD ROW: Judy Harrison, Marilyn Browning, Patsy Kurtz, Georgiana Vucasovich,
Donna Campbell, Marlene Nazer, Charlotte Smollack, Norine Jessen. FOURTH ROW: Madonna Kloker,
Carolyn Marcotte, Helen Thomas, Patsy Leonard, Derry Schultz, Connie Gagnon, Linda Horsfall.Usherettes
LEFT to RIGHT: Delores Ulstad, Karen Ferkin, Sharon Spraycar, Leanna
Stohr, Myma Ohman, Barbara Blaskovich, Lorene Lieurancc, Donna Scan-
Usherettes was organized for the purpose of escorting the athletic spectators to their seats. The girls see
that reserved sections are saved for those persons who have reserved seats, and that order is maintained
in the student body section. The eight seniors having the highest number of GAA points are chosen as us-
hers. Uniforms made by the girls were navy blue jumpers with navy blue and white striped blouses.
LEFT to RIGHT: Myma Ohman, Leanna Stohr, Sharon Spraycar, Evelyn Bucholz, Delores Ulstad.
Sweater Club is an organization composed of girls who have completed the first semester of their junior
year and earned 1200 points or more by participating in sports activities through GAA. Projects included
selling school souvenirs, making of a mascot, parties and other activities.
Sponsored by: ANACONDA SERVICE STATION
HEPPLER'S CLOTHINGA Club
FIRST ROW: Pat Sullivan, Art Harding, Duane Harris, Ken Cadieux, Richard Maxwell, Sam Maisillo, Gary Beck, Leon Walters, Dave Phelps, Ed Sager, Lyle
Havens, John Denton. SECOND ROW: Gene Peterson, Jack Softich, Robert Johnson, Walt Goodman, Bob Harris, Bill Smith, Ron Hatcher, Fred Van Alstyne,
Ed Cummings, Jim Walsh, Stan Bosch, Brock Gifford. THIRD ROW: Bob Ferguson, Milton Smith, Ivan DeMarois, Guy Monaco, Trenton Clark, George Martin,
Gerald Neilson. NOT PICTURED: Harold Silzly, Ken Clawson, Bill Geary, Bob Hurley, Jack Millett, Bob Barclay.
A Club was founded in 1927. Members of the A Club are athletes who have won major awards in track, football, basketball, and skiing.
The purpose of the A Club is to foster interest in athletics and encourage co-operation with all other groups in raising the standards of Anaconda High
A Club has a Paddle Club for the purpose of keeping order at the basketball games. The club has the concession stand at the basketball games tc fin-
ance its projects.
Officers of the A Club are: Pat Sullivan president; Richard Maxwell, vice-president; Leon Walters, secretary.Twirlers
Sharlene Antonich, Head Majorette, LEFT to RIGHT: Barbara Blaskovich, Donna Campbell, Marlene Nazer,
Helen Veeder, Connie Gagnon, Mary Kemper, Clydie Ann Walter.
LEFT to RIGHT: Norene Jessen, Derry Schultz, Connie Gagnon, Marlene Bucholz, Helen Veeder, Marlene
Nazer, Gwen Johnson, Janice Hamel, Bonnie Beck.
Tumblers Sponsored bv: PEOPLE'S FINANCE
SURROUNDING CIRCLE, LEFT to RIGHT: Carol Swanson, Lorraine Ohman, Carol Jones, Joan D'Haan,
Leola Havens, Marilyn Morse, Center, Charlene Moe."A” Squad Football Team
FIRST ROW: Art Harding-manager, Lyle Havens, Ken Clawson, Pat Sullivan, Gary Beck, Richard Maxwell, Leon Walters, Ken Cadieux, Harold Silzly, Sam
Marsillo, Dave Phelps, Jack Millett. SECOND ROW: Ivan DeMarois-manager, Gerald Neilson, Ronnie Hatcher, Robert Johnson, Fred VanAlstyne, Bill Smith,
Guy Monaco, Rich Thomas, Jack Softich, Bob Harris, Larry Johnson, Ben Tyvand-coach. THIRD ROW: John Cheek-assistant coach, Ed Cummings, Tommy
Harding, Fred Furaus, Wade Farlin, Jim Walsh, Jerry Hancock, Jerry Ohman, George Martin, Pat Ryan, Trenton Clark, Bob Ferguson.
Sponsored by: TREASURE STATE SPORTING GOODSI st String Backfield
Robert Johnson, Ronnie Hatcher, Ken Cadieux, Dave Phelps, Gary Beck
Leon Walters, Harold Silzly, Lyle Havens, Bob Ferguson
Jerry Ohman, Gerry Neilson, Pat Sullivan, Bill Smith, Jim Walsh, Trenton Clark
Sponsored by: STAGG'S FURNITURE STORE BERRY INSURANCE
SCHMIDT'S PLUMBING ANACONDA TIN SHOP
Gu£Monaco, Richard Maxwell, Sam Marsillo, Kenny Clawson, Jack Millett.
4 p 4 iU' (r % . In L -
Bob Harris, Pat Ryan, Fred VanALstyne, Jerry Hancock, Larry Johnson, Rick Thomas, Jack Softich. .
2nd String Backfield
Wade Farlin, Tommy Harding, Ceorge Martin, Fred Furaus, Ed Cummings,
3rd String Backfield
"B” Squad Football Team
FIRST ROW: David Summers, Art Schnider, Larry Harwood, Darrel Eccleston, Marty Heany, Dave Beck, Ray Tarkelson, Jack Sponsored by:
Sullivan. SECOND ROW: Bob Congdon, Bill Swanson, Lewell Schnider, Dave Bisch, Gene Chapels, Wallace Johnson, Bill FINNEGAN COMPANY
Sneiberger. THIRD ROW: Sig Johnson, Richard Cale, Bill McKlusky, Ronnie Smith, Mickey 0 Leary, Gary Goodman. FOURTH
ROW: Jack McGrath, Dennis Adams.Basketball A Squad
FIRST ROW: Guy Monaco, Jerry HancocK: bill Smith, Walt Ooodman, Pat Sullivau-co-captain, Bob Hurley-co-captain, Ken Cadieux, Ron Hatcher. SE-
COND ROW: John Cheek-coach, Ed Cummings, Milt Smith. Pete Marinkovich, Jim Walsh, Ron Vieth, Duane Harris, Art Harding-manager.
Sponsored by: ANACONDA MINE, r.JLL SMELTERMEN'S UNION NO. 117Basketball B Squad
FIRST ROW: Marty Heany, Charles Walter, Fred Furaus, Mike Devich, George Martin, Jerry Ohman, Wade Farlin, Stanley Bosch, Micky O’Leary. SECOND
ROW: A1 Murray-coach, Russel Eicher, Bill McCleskey, Art Schneider, Darryl Eccleston, Lowell Schneider, Jack Garvey, Ivan DeMarois.
Sponsored by: ANACONDA MINE MD.1. SMELTERMEN' S UNION NO. 117 Football
September 7 Anaconda
September 14 Anaconda
September 21 Anaconda
September 28 Anaconda
October 5 Anaconda
October 13 Anaconda
October 20 Anaconda
October 26 Anaconda
November 2 Anaconda
0 Missoula 46
13 Livingston 13
0 Great Falls 20
7 Butte 31
31 Bozeman 20
19 Helena 50
14 Butte Central 53
24 Kalispell 48
6 Livingston 6
December 14 Anaconda 50 Livingston 56
December 15 Anaconda 50 Kalispell 44
December 19 Anaconda 39 Butte 40
January 4 Anaconda 43 Billings 76
January 5 Anaconda 52 Bozeman 46
January 11 Anaconda 51 Great Falls 48
January 17 Anaconda 62 Butte Central 52
January 19 Anaconda 59 Helena 66
January 25 Anaconda 44 Missoula 67
January 26 Anaconda 34 Kalispell 37
February 1 Anaconda 60 Bozeman 54 v
February 2 Anaconda 55 Billings 60
Febraruy 8 Anaconda 54 Helena 58 J
February 14 Anaconda 53 Butte Central 63
February February 16 20 Anaconda 61 Anaconda 62 Livingston Anaconda Central 50 60-0
February 22 Anaconda 49 Butte 42
March 1 Anaconda 62 Missoula 56
March 2 Anaconda 42 Great Falls 48
Bob Hurley. . . .
BiU Smith. . . .
Jim Walsh. . . .
Pat Sullivan. . .
Ken Cadieux .
Milt Smith . . .
Ed Cummings .
Jerry Hancock .
Guy Monaco . .
Points Anaconda 61 Livingston 56
336 Anaconda 56 Billings 54
, 185 Anaconda 65 Great Falls 76
,156 Anaconda 50 Butte Central 62
. 86 Player Points
. 76 Bob Hurley...........................72
, . 65 Bill Smith...........................52
. 37 Jim Walsh............................43
.4 Walt Goodman.........................23
. 4 Milt Smith...........................19
. 3 Pat Sullivan......................... 7
Guy Monoco.......................... 5
Jerry Hancock....................... 3
Bob Hurley made all state for two years,
both junior and senior.
Played only part of seasonJohn Cheek
Assistant Football Coach
Assistant Track Coach
Frosh Basketball Coach
Frosh Football Coach
"B" Squad Football Coach
B" Squad Basketball Coach
FIRST ROW: Lynne Johnson,Betty
Carlascio, Brenda Eccleston,Brenda
Schwartz. SECOND ROW: Louise
D'Angelo, Dixie Wise, Lynda Heth-
erington, Judy Mostad, Marilyn
Spring Sports Champions
Sharon Spraycar, Sandy Bates,
Louise D'Angelo, JoAnn Marin-
MONTANA SHOE REPAIR
FIRST ROW: Lynne Johnson,
Betty Carlascio, Lynda Hether-
ington, Brenda Eccleston, Brenda
Schwartz. SECOND ROW: Eliz-
abeth Sanders, Sandy Bates,
Louise D'Angelo, Dixie Wise,
Judy Mostad, Ava Lee Rooney,
Sharly Shiner, Marilyn HoloAqua Team
FIRST ROW: Brenda Schwartz, Kathy Morton, Joan DeHaan, Sharon Jensen, Mary Lou Burgess, Karen Pear-
son, Helen Veeder, Derry Schultz, Mary Ann Gardner, Penny Conrady, Joy MacDonald, Sally Westgard. SEC-
OND ROW: Brenda Eccleston, Lynne Johnson, Marilyn Holo, Ava Lee Rooney, Pat Stephens, Leanna Stohr,
Virginia Praast, Marilyn Ray, Noreen Jessen, Connie McLean, Marlene Nazer, Jean Simpkins.
Back-Dive by Jean Simpkins
Swan-Dive by Marilyn Holo
ANACONDA DENTAL ASSOCIATION:
DR. S.W. SMOLLACK
DR. W.L. BEAL
DR. M.L. DEVICH
DR. B. HAGEMAN
DR. B. J. GREANYSocial Studies Club
The Social Studies Club, sponsored by Mr. Sagin, was one of the most active
groups, campaigning for their chosen candidates, attending a session of the
state legislature, and speaking in favor of granting the franchise to eighteen
SEATED Left to Right: Karen Kelly, Ellen Oland,BarbaraBlaskovich, Brenda
Schwartz, Jo Ann Marinkovich, Alice McCroskey, Bonnye Jacobs, Dorothy Huff-
man. STANDING: John Poston, Sonja Sanne, Leanna Stohr, Pierre Tesson,
Glen Thurow, Nancy Coverdale, Karen Ferkin, Mary Lynn Chambers.
DR. T.D. CALLAN
DR. G.M. DONICH
DR. L.G. DUNLAP
DR. W.E. LONG
DR. J.J. MALEE
DR. D.R. REED
DR. G.E. TROBOUGH
DR. S.L WALKER
HAVING FUN AT THE KEY CLUB BALL
Brenda Schwartz and Glen Thurow
leading the Grand March.
83Is is only through the cooperation and help of the many Anaconda
merchants that we are able to give you this annual. We hope you will
show your appreciation by patronizing them.
4 FULL PAGES
2 FULL PAGES
Anaconda Mill Smelterman's Union .
Anaconda Teacher's Union 502 ......
Intermountain Transportation Company
1 FULL PAGE
Anaconda Auto Dealers..............
Anaconda Dental Association........
Anaconda Service Dealers' Association
Butte, Anaconda, Pacific Railway. . . .
Butte Business College.............
Daly Bank Trust Company..........
Denton's Boat Shop.................
Duval-Wallace Hardware Co..........
Montana Power Company..............
Orville's Food Kelly's Counter. ....
Thrifty's Drug Store...............
Treasure State Sporting Goods......
Washoe Amusement Co................
1 2 PAGE
Anaconda Optometric Association . . .
Anaconda Service Station...........
Beck Fisher Funeral Chapel..........
Coldwater's Shoe Store.............
Davis Jewelry Store................
Del-Ken Construction Co............
Emil Maran's Shop..................
Fisher Hop wood Co.................
Fraternal Order of Eagles..........
Heppler's Clothing Store...........
Matt J. Kelly Insurance Agency.....
Murphy Paint Glass Store.........
J. C. Penney Co....................
Quick Neon Service.................
Rosenberg's Furniture Store........
Schwartz's Dept. Store.............
1 4 PAGE
Anaconda Drug Store................
Anaconda Florist Gift Shop.......
Anaconda Tin Shop..................
Anode Tailors Cleaners...........
Art's Super Save Market............
Barber's Union 575 ................
Ben H. Goodman Insurance Agency. . .
Berry's Insurance Agency...........
Bert's Friendly Service Station....
Blattncr's Plumbing Heating Co. . .
Bluebird Book Gift Shop...........
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Brown's Auto Parts...............
Central Meat Market..............
Central Meat Market..............
Christie's Flower Shop...........
City Drug Store..................
City Transfer Storage Co.......
Copper City Bowling Center . . . .
Dean's News Cigar Store........
Del's Appliances Services . . . . .
Earl's Modern Cleaner's..........
Ed's Radio TV Shop.............
Eide Real Estate Agency..........
Golden West Dairy................
Herbolich Grocery Store..........
Hotti's Grocery Store............
Hoyal's Jewelry Store............
Ivankovich Grocery Store.........
Johnson's Standard Service Station
Lake Finance Co....................
Log Cabin Cafe...................
Main Street Grocery..............
Marchion Hardware Co.............
Marcille's Grocery Store.........
Matt's Union Service Station . . .
McConnell Electric Shop..........
Monahan's Star Cleaner's.........
Montgomery Electric Shop.........
Montana Shoe Repair..............
O.K. Rubber Welders..............
Oland's Shoe Store...............
Park Bar Cafe..................
Park Union Service Station.......
Parkway Conoco Service Station. .
Parkway Grocery Store............
Phillips' Sheet Metals Works . . . .
Purity Dairy Products Co.........
R.A. Kelly Co....................
Robert's Jewelry Store...........
Schmidt Plumbing Heating Co. .
Smelter City Shoe Shop...........
• Stagg's Furniture Store.........
Super Ice-Cream Store............
Torgerson Motor Co...............
Tourist Service Station..........
F.W. Wool worth's................
Yeoman Insurance Agency..........
Young Motor Co...................
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