Fergus County High School - Fergus Yearbook (Lewistown, MT)

 - Class of 1950

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M Q5 X 4 ' 'ON L If ' . x ffl. , ai, I ,D ,X ' ku 5 1 " ' 1 4 -Q 9 , ,NXJQ Und F- IJ qx ey ANNUAL STAFF Front Row A Fowler Pings G Trask M Milburn C Hassler Second Row C Williams D Ferris B Stoddard A Stoddard W Mee Back Row Olson Mr Stablein Miss ODea Mrs Stickney The senior class ot 1950 decided by yote to publish an annual With the help of the senior class officers the class advisors and annual adyisors a Fergus County High School annual staff was chosen With Miss O Dea Mrs Stickney and Mr Stablcin as adyisors the staff was organ ized Marilyn Milburn and George Trask were appointed editors Mr Stablein gave counsel on the artistic yalues in the book Mrs Stickney helped organize the work andy made suggestions A large adyertising campaign was set into operation by Anne Fowler and Warren Mee With the cooperation of the local businessmen they secured many adyertisements Donna Ferris and Margy Stromnes wrestled with art projects through the book They designed sketches to add a little yariety to the annual The roundup of sport pictures taken during the year was Charles Williams Ioycc Olson had thc amusing job ot drawing up the senior class will and prophecy She also wrote up the clrss pages Colleen Hasslcr introduced in this year s annual the actiye girls athletics organized in school She was also in charge ot thc snap shot pages o Pings gathered thc material on the yarious organizations connected with Fergus High Betty Stoddard made out thc budget and took care of all financial troubles Anne Iowler md Alice Stoddard as proof readers checked copy and corrected errors This tells you a little about our annual staff but it is impossible to record the pleasure it brought all of us to work on this book We only hope this annual your annual brings you the enyoyment it has brought all of us 1 . ' , ' , . , . i , . . z . , . , . , . , . . : ' , . , , . . T I T a T T I 1 Vi 1 I V .cc ' ji , ci. F A 1 ' A 7 1 c A' I .T 1 V.. .17 . 'V .T I ' i . ' A i 7' i ' i i. . i Y . T I , 7 7 I . job. Charlie also wrangled the write-ups accompanying these pictures. , - , 5 , , N-' , ' ' , ,' , V ' - , - - ,' . - 1. as ix' 4 V ' x i I' 'A 'S ' A f - I ra yi " A 'K' 7 . A . 'rf ' ' V T X 7 A ' c ' ' 7 C. .7 V 4 V 4 ' - . , , y . - . . .S i 1 Y ADMINISTRATION As tnme passes by memorles of experx ences at Fergus wrll become more dear to you This book wxll help you recall many happy events We hope your short sojourn at Fergus has helped to prepare you for your lrfe experlences to come Remember your school can serve you at all times D W Glthens P11nc1pal MR D W GITHENS Prmrzpal MR ERNEST ROBINSON MR JOHN BROWN Vice Prmc1pal0 zce Vrre Pr1nr1palG'u1danre MISS GLADYS TRIMMER MRS MAXINE FRY Serrelary Offfre Amrfant 'ky y N X 2, . . . . - ff. . I . . - . N is 3 SCHCDOL BCARD Mrss Gladys Trrmmer Clerlc Mrs Elrzabeth Barsness County Superrntendent Mr Howard Drssly Mr G R Mllburn Charrman Mr D W Grthens Prrncrpal Mr ohn Qurckenden Mr Earl Morrtz Mr Marlon Burke Secretary Mr McK1nley ones Vrce Charrrnan not prctured FACULTY Front Row Ed Buell Assrstant Coach Soc1alStud1es ames Schultz Agrrculture Nma Thompson Lrbrarran D W Grthens Prmcrpal Frances Parlccr Home Economrcs Second Row Don Cass Manual Trarnmf., Charles Stableln Art Helen Ogden Com mercral Margaret aclcson Hrstory Mrs Florence Strcl-.ncy Englrsh Earl Strclcney Commerclal journalrsm Dora Dykrns Grrls Athletucs Back Row Wxlbur Funk Musrc Robert Beers Musnc Mrs Mary Flanagan Languages Dramatxcs Helen ODea Mathematrcs Hrstory Ernest Robrnson Scrence Grace Pennock Plano Merle Swan Englrsh U , 'L - ' , ' g . ' h 1 - - - , g . . . ', 5 , J Q I , . , E f , H ft . Q J , 3 , ' I E , 'V I -'L J ' , A' 1 h , X ' Q - - y l Q ' F Q ' ' ' , ' ' El john Brown, Guldanceg H. Bruce Early, Mathematics. ,- ,. . ' ' Y. , , ' . , A . , , - , . k , Q , J -, v . ,Q .. . , , -, , ,Y 5- 2 -. a ,Y Q v Q l , 1 ' i V y l 'Q J , '-El 1- ' V y v Nl , ' y 1 y N Q E v Q s - CLASSES SENIORS OFFICERS George Trask Vue Prenzdenr jim Name Preuderzl Margy Stromnes Serfefary SPONSORS Mr Stlckney Miss Parker Mr Schultz S , K 3 S R r 4 15- M S , X ,X kk ' V . M il W . ELIZABETH ALLISON-BETTY "Geniu: if the faparity for evading hard work." Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 25 First Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Sextette 35 Girls' Glee Club5 Masque and Gavel 4. HAROLD ANDERSON-ANDY "Human nature reverses the law of gravity- it ir muah earier to pirk up a girl than it ix to drop her." Alpha Gamma 2, 3. L+ CHARLES APPLE-C H UCK ers he keeps." Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Choir 1, 2. 3 if' EVELYN AWBERY "She lover to curl up in the torn- er with a good rherkboohf' Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 President of . Pep Club 35 "B" Squad Cheerleader 25 "A" Squad Cheerleader 3, 45 Secretary of Freshmen Class5 Mas- ix quers 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2. "S. x 1 1 BETTY BACHMAN-LO UD-Mo UT1-1 "Radio har a lot of first-grade romedy in it. Trouble ir, mort of the audienre haf gone beyond the firrt grade." Pep Club 15 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Masquers 1, 2, 3, 45 Alpha Gamma 1, 2, 35 First Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 45 Choralaires 45 Sextette 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club5 Orchestra 45 All State Choir 35 "Mur- der, at Random"5 "Miss jimmy"5 "Aaron Slick". RONALD BARBEE-Soxm' "The trouble with a man rrho haf an open mind ir that he doeJn't umally keep a closed mouth." Pep Club 15 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Choir 15 Football 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 35 "F" Club 1, 2, 3, Masquers 2, 35 Alpha Gamma 2, 35 "Murder at Random". "A driver is known by the fend- GEORGE! BIRDXVIZLL "A little learning if a dnngerozu thing," LOYIJ BOWEN-Rlilj "You don't hare lo he crazy 10 he a mlzriciafl hlzlvit help.r."' Spanish Cluh 25 First Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 All State Choir 3g Soloist at State Festival 3, 4g Boys' Glee Clubg Choralaires 4, Quartet 3, 4. M SYLVIA BARTA "lVomen are ulxer than men Lemme Ihey hnou' lem and ln1a'er.rtnn1l more." MARGY BIEHL+MllJGli "Indoor .fporli are all right if they go home al 11 refzmfmhle hom-." F. H. A. lg Pep Club 1, Z, 3: G. A. A. 2, 34 First Choir 1, 2, 3, 4g Choralaires 4, Girls' Glee Club, Sextette 3, 43 Spanish Club 23 Masquers 3, 43 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 43 Flag Swingers 3, 4g All State Choir 35 Soloist at State Festival 3, 43 "Miss jimmyng "Aaron Slick"g "Fergus" Staff 4. LEROY BROWN-H15f11e1vB1z1fAKER "You ran? kin Il girl unexpeetedly-only Joan- er zhun ,fhe though! you would." F. F. A. l, 2, Alpha Gamma 2, 3, -ig President of Alpha Gamma -ig Vice President of junior Classg "Fergus" Staff Circulating Manager 4. RALPH BURNHAM-P1515 Dfw "A litlle nomeme nou' and then ir felirhed hy the hen of men." Basketball 2, 35 "F" Club 3, 43 President of jun- ior Classg "Fergus" Staff Circulating Manager 4. DALE BUSSEY-BUZZ "Even a fool, when be boldt peace, it count- ed wife." F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, State F. F. A. Band 3, State F. F. A. Convention 1, District Cattle Judge 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Dance Band 4. GLEN BUTLER "It'J difficult to become d leader of men after you bave been a follower of women so long." First Choir 3, 4, Choralaires 4, Football 1. DORIS CARNELL-YDOIJIE "All the thing! the doef are either f illegal or fattening." Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2FHA1GAA2"B" , . . . , . . . , Squad Cheerleader 3, Masquers 4, Flag Swinger 3, 4, "Fergus" Staff Editor 4, First Choir 2, 3, 4, Choral- aires 4, Sextette 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club. NINA CHANCELLOR "Nature loaf given woman .ro much power that the law rannot nf- ford to give ber more." G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, President of G.A.A. 3, All State Choir 3: First Choir 3, 4, Choralaires 4, Sextette 3, 4, Girls' State 3, Girls' Glee Club. NADA COLEMAN "Fifty percent 'of the world .are women, but they alwnyf .feem a novelty." F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian and Historian of F. H. A., G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2. NLTA COLEMAN "No woman who had to eat her own wordf ever died of undernozrriflamentf' F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President of F. H. A. 3: Student Council, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, D. A. R. Award in F. H. A. 3. ' "I JERRY COOPERAGOOH' "Life gen Ieejlu. don't it?" R Spanish Club 25 "Fergus" Staff Sports Editor 5 C RALPH DEVITOHBUU "Bm if loefr ronlenf with zz litfle. enough if af good of 11 fea.f1." Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 First Choir 3, 4. ROBERTA ERICKSON "lf .rilenre if golden. fb!!! nlzrnys be rirlvf' JIEANNIZ EVANS "Slw'.r been on more laps than n napkin." Pep Club 1, Z, 3, 45 First Choir Z, 3, 45 Masquers 3, 45 Masque and Gavel 45 "Fer- gus" Staff Editor 45 "Miss jimmy" 4. DoxNA Fiskars-Do.x'.x5u. "Ari lie: in roncenlirzg 11rt."' F. H. A. 15 Alpha Gamma 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Annual Staff 4. BETTE FIEYKAFAKE "Pretly nr fl picture-nice frame." Alpha Gamma 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Masquers 45 Thespians 45 "Fergus" Staff Editor 4. CHARLES FOWLER "Study if 41 parlime-bu! zwhy overdo it?" ESTHER FULLER "I!'.r greafer to be .small and rhine Than ro he large and cart a .fhadou'." Fergus" Staff Editor 4. PATRICIA FLANAGAN-PAT "IVit ir the salt of eomferration, not the food." F. H. A. 1, Student Council 1, 2, 35 Secretary of Student Council 4, Masquers 2, 3, 43 Presi- dent of Masquers 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 5, 4, Secre- tary of Pep Club 3, Latin Club 2, Secretary of Latin Club 23 First Choir 3, 4g Twirler 2, 3, "Miss jimmy", "Aaron Slick"g Girls' Glee Club. EARL FLANIGAN "Work, what ir work?" F. F. A. 1, 2. CLIFFORD FOREMAN-CLIFF "Happy am I, from fare I'm free, Why arerft they all conlent like me?" F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, District, State, and Na- tional F. F. A. Judgeg Chapter Reporter for F. F. A. 4, "Fe-rgusl' Staff 4. ANNE FOWLER-A NNIE "She never flanked and never lied, I reckon rhe never ever tried." Latin Club 2, First Choir 1, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4g Masquers 4, Sextette 3, "Fergus" Staff Editor 4. is HARRY GIFFEN-BL'IPIJlE "Some drirerr .reem to lhink that a, train u'lvi.rIle.r at rr0,r,ring.r just to keep up il.r roumgef' DOLORES GILSKEY-TINY "Slve'.f a melody lo cure the blIl8.f.u First Choir l, 2, 3, 43 Choralaires 43 Girls' Glee Clubg Sextette 43 All State Choir 33 Soloist at State Music Festival 3, 43 Alpha Gamma 1, 2, 33 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 F. H. A. Vice Presdient 33 Masquers 2, 3, 43 "Aaron Slick" 4. BETTY GRISIENSLATIE-B00 "A girl zrlm libel to more and play, but play uim ou! mort everyday." G. A. A. 1, 23 Band lg Orchestra 23 Latin Club 2. BERNARD GRIQMAUX-FR1fix'cHY "A garlaboni erentfmlly lenrm that he emit ermpe from himself." First Choir 3, 43 Boys' State 33 Boys' Glce Clubg F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Gold Award for State Stock judgingg National F. F. A. Conventions at Iowa and Kansas3 Presi- dent of F. F. A. 4. Col.r.raraN HASSl.lfR-KOl.l,X "lVl2er1 ll zrommz malorirt boldr out ber' bfllld. it meanr one thing-the zrimlou' if open." F. H. A. l, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 13 Student Council 43 Annual Staff 43 "Fergus" Staff Editor 4. VERA HENRY "Her bear! did laugh, ber wire rang free, A clever girl for one to ree." Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2. F. A WILLIAM JAEGER-BILL "Nothin im rozet a man'.f driving more than . 3 P. ' . a polite car behind him." F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F. F. A. Vice President 45 District and State F. F. A. Conventions 1, 2, 35 F. F. A. Basketball 2, 3. IRIS JIMMERSON "Little Jaid, but a lot done." H. A. 1, 2. RUSSELL HOLECEK-RUSS "An ounce of judgment ir worth more than a ton of encyelopedia.r." Masquers 2, 3, 45 Vice President of Masquers 45 Science Club 2, 3, 45 President of Science Club 35 Student Council 45 Masque and Gavel 45 "Aaron Slick". JOAN HOYER-1 0 "A Jtenographer if a girl you pay to learn to spell while Jhe'J looking for a husband." G. A. A. 1, 25 Orchestra 15 Band 3, 4. FRANK HRUSKA-PA UNCHO "Trouble knocked at the door, but hear- ing laughter, hurried away." Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 25 Mas- quers 45 Science Club 45 First Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Choralaires 45 Boys' Glee Club5 Quar- tet 1, 3. DONALD IRISH-DON "He'5 got lot: of horre-5en5e." F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 First Choir 45 Choralaires 45 Boys' Glee Club. DICK JOHNSON-ROUGHLOCK "Better a witty fool than a foolish wit." "F" Club 2, 33 President of "F" Club 43 Basket- ball l, 2, 35 Track 1, 23 Football l, 2, 35 Masquers 2, 3, 43 "Fergus" Staff Circulating Manager 4. JOHN KELLER "He um n gentleman from sole to ff'0ll'fI.n MARIE LAMBEFF "There if n time of ,fpenking and a iime of being Hill." "Fergus" Staff 4. JARL LANDHEIM-FAT "Wine, women, and song, My whole life u'r'ong." First Choir 2, 3, 43 Boys' Glee Clubg All State Choir 33 Soloist at State Music Fes- tivalg "Fergus" Staff 4. ' ik BERNARD LEHMANN-BERNY "He Jtoopf to nothing but the door." F. F. A. 2, 3, -ig National Convention in Kansas City 3. DELLA LEISTIKO-Dlil. "Wher1 a young girl uunlx to herome an art- ren, i1'.f not her family tree that rountr. 1t'r her limhrf' Great Falls lg Anaconda 23 Spanish Club 5: Pep Club 3, 4g "Fergus" Staff Editor 43 Masquers 45 First Choir 43 Girls' Glee Club. F. H. A. 1. LARRY MARTINEC "A .song ir more larting lhan the rirher of the world." Spanish Club 2, Pep Club 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, All State Band 3, 4g Trumpet Trio 3, 41 "Fergus" Staff 4. En MAX'-CLUISHISAD "lVhen a boy doe.fn't eren look ai girly, he'5 beginning to notice them," Pep Club 2g Boys' State 3, First Choir 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club. HELEN LODE-RUSTY "She was never' born, :he jun grew," Pep Club 15 Latin Club 2, F. H. A. 15 "Fergus" Staff Editor 4. MARGARET LONGLIAN-MAG "She lover to talk, .May Ialking u'in her fame." DONALD MAHANAA-DOiN' "Hit Jtndier nefer inlerfered with hir education," Neihart 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, "Fer- gusl' Staff 4. ROLAND MARTIN-ROLLY "What if that .rlrange power I have over woman." Carson City, Nevada 2, 3g Basketball 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 4, First Choir 4, Boys' Glee Club. cheek," Manager 4. MARII.X'N MILBLIRN-lllII.LI1i "People zrlm f11'e11't fzfnzirl in pull up their .rleez'e.r ,reldom lore flaeir' ,rl1irt.r." F. H. A. lg Pep Club l, 2, 5, -ig Latin Club 2g G. A. A. 2, 3, -lg G. A. A. Secretary 21 President -lg junior Class Secretaryg Science Club 2, 3, fig Science Club Secretary -lg Masquers 45 Annual Staff 4. ELVIRA MOBIQRi.15YfB1.u.x'1n111 "The nirest f1e11ro11.f IIVL' 11,r1111lly c'11pr11'11t- ea' by II .fl'I7,fL' of Ilneir 01111 11111111pf11'l1111z-e." G. A. A. 2. NORA lVlONKl2I.IN HlXlL'1't'I' pn! flu' rqnuvze 011 11 mp: all Jfllllll 'QU in tricky l111111l.f." Pep Club 1, 2, 3g F, H. A. lg Alpha Gamma 2, 3. -lg First Choir 3, 45 Masquers 43 "Miss jimmy." jfxmiis BIORGAN-CRIP "If only one could fall 111111 11 11011111113 1111111 lllfb0ll1 falling 11110 ber l111mlw." First Choir 2, 3, 43 Boys' Glee Clubg All State Choir 35 Quartet 35 "F" Club 3, 15: Football 3. 43 Football Captain fig Basketball 3, -lg Track 5. -ig Freshmen Class Presidentg Student Council 2, 5, 43 Boys' State 35 Masquers -lg "Fergus" Staff Editor 4. ALLIQN FAIQAIBORS-C.'I7' "Let 7I0f 11om1111'.r 11'e11po11f 1111111 1115 mmly Alpha Gamma 1, 2, 3, -ig "Fergus" Sta WARRIQN Mlili-Pli.fi Blmlx "A 11'r1111an1.f the only thing I nm I1 111111 0 11111 I knou' Il'0ll'f buff me." Annual Staff 4g "Fergus" Staff Circulating., K JAMES NANCE-BOB0 "Some people may not he magirianr, hut they ran turn anything into an argument." Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball Manager 33 Band 1, 2, Spanish Club 23 Science Club 2, 5, 4, "F" Club 3, 4, Masquers Z, 45 "Aaron Slick"g Senior Class President. BETTY NI2W'LIN-BL'7'CH "1 can't think of two thingy at onre-.ro I jurt think of him." Pep Club 1, 2, 3: G. A. A. 2. 0 , 17 550 fame, JOYCE OLsON "ThoJe u'ho play the piano hy ear would probably do much hetter ming their fin- err." F, H. A. 1, Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, Secretary of Spanish Club Zg Orchestra 2, 34 Dance Band 2g First Choir 2, 3, 4, Sextette'3, 45 Girls' Glee Club, Annual Staff 4g Masquers 4. RONALD OSTERHOLh'I1Ol.E "When a little shot gelr half thot. he imagine! he is a hig thot." Sophomore Class President, Masquers 2, "Fergus" Staff Editor 4. RAE PACE-5.x'.i1L "She heliez'e.f in the Izzo-party .system-one on Saturday and one on Sunday." Pep Club 1, 2, 3, -ig F. H. A. lg G. A. A. Zg Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2g Twirler 3, 43 "Fer- gus" Staff -1. TOM PAR.-KCfBL'CK "I tell you they new! more men like me." Basketball 1, Z, 5, 43 Basketball Captain 4, Track 1, 2, 3, -15 Football 2, 5, -ig "F" Club 2, 3. 4g All State Basketball 3, Masquers 23 "Fergus" Staff Sports Editor 4. Burn: PENTECOST "People :rho throu' kifser are mighty near hopelefrly Iazyf' St. Leo's 1, 24 Band 3, 45 Twirling 5, 45 First Choir 5, 45 Alpha Gamma 5L Girls' Glee Clubg "Fergus" Staff 4. jo ANN PINGS-f0 But they rant compare uith high school mghli Conrad 1, Zg Band 1, 2, 5, 4g Pep Club 1, 2, 3g B "High School day! have lheii' delight, J 1 H ' ' A Zi Y ' LOUELLA POVILAITIS-PINKY "Her heart uanderf hut never get! loft," Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Alpha Gamma 1, G. A. A. 2, 5, 4. 2: DONALD RYDEEN-DON "Men of feu' u'ord.r are the hex! men." Spanish Club 4g "Fergus" Staff 4. DONALD SAMUEL-5u"15u1f "And the loud laugh that rpohe mimi." Spanish Club 25 "Fergus" Staff 4. HENRY SANIJERSON-HA.X' "lf man um' mean! to Jmoke, he would hare a Jmoke Jtafle on him." "Fergus" Staff 4. ' Orchestra' Science Club 43 Annual Staff 4g Mas- Z ue gel 43 Masquers 4. I' f. gi 4 the vacant K thing." F. H. A. 1. I ALICE STODDARD-AL "A good fare if a letter of recommendation of a good heart is I1 letter of fredii." Pep Club 15 Spanish Club 25 G. A. A. 2, 3, 43 Science Club 3, 45 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F. H. A. District Convention 2, 45 Annual Staff 4. EL1zABizTH Srolmlmab-Blfni' "Not afraid to work. but not in .l'J'l7If1!1lh7J' with it " F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Treasurer of F. H. A. 2, 35 President of F. H. A. 45 State F. H. A. Convention 3g District F. H. A. Convention 2, 45 Latin Club 25 Science Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 15 G. A. A. 2, 3, 45 Secretary of G. A. A. 35 Annual Staff 4. VERLIE SCHENCK "She'J good, hut not too good to he lolf of fun." F. H. A. 15 Latin Club 25 Pep Club 2. VIRGINIA SHAMMEL-VIRGIE "Who lizfef eontent uith little posfenef every- jamis SHERMAN-jim "Men who kit: and tell are not half at had ar thote who kin and exaggerate." Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 35 Dance Band 3, 45 Spanish Club 25 Boys' State 35 Stu- dent Council 45 Masquers 45 "Miss Jirnmyng "Fergus,' Staff Associate Editor 4. KATHLEEN SPARLING-KASS "The came of much miyehief, hut I didn't do it." Club 1, 2, 35 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. GEORGE TRASK-So.x'.x's' "Azl0le.fcez1fe ir when they begin to quer- non an.ru'erf." F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4g State F.F.A. Convention 1, 3, 43 Natoinal F. F. A. Convention in Iowag Spanish Club 23 Student Council 1, 2, 43 Senior Class Vice Presiclent3 Annual Staff 43 First Choir I, 2, 3, 43 All State Choir 33 Choralaires 43 Boys' Glee Club. ANTHONY VALACHf74,'1.X.X'Il: "The :ray to fight a zraman ir with your hal. Grab il and run." First Choir l, 2, 3, 43 All State choir 3: Boys' Glee Club, Quartet 43 Student Coune cil 1, 2. RAMONA VON LINUIQRN-Mo.x.4 "She if llgh7f-h7L'l!l!6'llf-.fI7E'lI a blonde." G. A. A. 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 1. EMILY XX!lal.c.HME.u "Generally rpeaking. .theft generally rjzeakingf' F. H .A. 13 Pep Club lg Latin Club I, 2. Mancini STROMNIQS--M.-um "A u'am'ir1g rhape. an image gay. To haunt. Io .ffarfle and zraylayf' Orchestra l, 2, 33 Pep Club l, 2, 33 Latin Club 23 Student Council 33 G.A.A. 23 All State Orchestra 33 Girls' Glee Clubg Alpha Gamma 3, 43 First Choir -13 Band -13 Flag Swinging 3, 43 Masquers 43 Senior Class Secretary. JANET SWANSQN "And still they gazed and .ftill lhe uomler' greu' thai one mlall head could rarry all fhe knew." Pep Club 13 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, '13 G.A.A. 2, 3, -l. RWM sf? gig? by LORAYNE YOUNGREN "Love ir only chatter, Friend! are all that matter." Cloquet, Minnesota 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 4, Al- pha Gamma 4g Student Council 4, "Fergus" Staff 4. JOHN ZAckER-ZED "That romantic Romeo hai nothing on me." Football 1, 2, 3, 44 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g First Choir 5. SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY May 10, 1980 Dear Diary, What a day this has been! It was great fun to see the class of 1950 at their work and play all over the world. My alarm clock was late this morning. It barely dress- ed me and handed me my coffee before I0 o'clock. I hopped into my automatically driven rocket and started my day's work, collecting material for that old class of 1950. I got to Moscow in three minutes, where Evelyn Awbery has her offices as President of the Midland Pinsetters' Association. Sonny Barbee is bookkeeper in the National Bank there. Dale Bussey made the head- lines overnight when he beat on his drums and woke up the neighbors. Bette Feyk is doing very nicely as a mother RONALD WENDT-DUTCH "Grow up as soon ar you ran. It pay: CHARLES WILLIAMS-CHARLIE "Many great men die. Napoleonk dead, Lin eoln'r deadg and I feel Jirk myrelff Latin Club 2, Science Club 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 4g Basketball 2, 3g Student Council 45 Teen Can President 4. Good L 'NUT Zed and housewife. Bernard Lehmann is a very lonesome married man. Glen Butler is serving as an atomic scien tist. jerry Cooper is still suing for divorce, while Frank Hruska is still with that girl who is crosser than anyone else. Harold Anderson is computing his father-in-law's money. Tom Parac is still off on that record athletic run faround the worldj. Henry Sanderson is serving in the White House as Hank the Electrician. Singers, Loyd Bowen and George Trask, after a long run on Broadway, have finally been caught. Anne Fowler, ren- owned horticulturist, was devoured while trying to feed her new carnivorous plant. QContinued on next pagej C ASS PROPHECY Esther Fuller rs wrrtrng an eprtaph for her place rn the authors corner of the cemetery Dolores Grlslcey rs the rose of the Ozarks hrllbrlly songs are her specralrty Irrs rmmerson rs personal adxrsor to True Confessrons wrth Helen Lode as her assrstant Brll aeger rs the test drrver for Nash wrth other models tested on Sunday Nrna Chancellor rs runnrng a smoochrng school wrth reasonable rates Betty Newlrn rs a socrety hrt wrth all of Scherdts jewels Allen Meadors rs a mrnrster rn dear old Afrrca Don Mahana rs lrxrng wrth hrs relrtrxes Donald Samuel rs a brg dogcatcher at Roy The famous physreran rm Nance has deyeloped a non calorrc food capsule Hrs able assrstant Ralph Burnham drstrrbutes them free to hard worlcrng hrgh school students Ralph DeVrto has settled down to a peaceful lrfe teaehrng economrcs rn place of the retrred Edward R Buell eanne Exans resrdes rn Alaska as chref male grrl for Uncle Sam ohn Keller and Charles Fowler famed antr que dealers haye just purchased a new relrc from world famous explorer rm Morgan Drck ohnson rs the new Fergus prrncrpal He rntends to deal harshly wrth all who yrolate school rules Warren Mee has accepted hrs nomrnatrons as mayor of Hrlger wrth these few words delrghtcd srmply delrghted arl Lanclherm rs sole owner of the Babe Ruth candy bar company Rollnd Mrr trn and LeRoy Brown head a company spccrrlrzrng rn drsposrng of old razor blades Rumor srys that they eat em Ed May rs strll srttrng rn hrs adyanced algebra class shots Donald Rydeen and Ronald Wendt meet tonrght rn a contest for the heaxywerght wrestlrng champron shrp Author Ronald Osterholm has wrrtten another best seller entrtled How to Roast Wrennres Emrly Welch has moyed to Moore and rs now coachrng the loc rl basl-cetball team Zed Zacl-cer has recently won the Presrdency of the Unrted States due to hrs superror debatrng abrlrty Betty Bachman torehsrnger rn a nrght club created a few laughs the other nrght when her false eyelashes fell off Earl Flanrgan was frned S5 for not harrng a job Ramona Von Lrndern agreed to a reconerlratron wrth her husband Betty Allrson and Lor rync Youngren are teachrng Spanrsh to the Spanrarcls Sylxrr Bartr and Louellr Poyrlartrs passed a brll for the srlc of popcorn rn ladres ready to wear deprrtments Ccorge Brrdwcll showrng hrs wrfe the hazards of therr rope frre escape suffered a broken frngernrrl when he fell three storres Charles Apple operates a charn of Sprc n Span stores rn Indra Roberta Errclc son and Verlre Schencl-c nursed Nora Monlcclrn whose husband threw her brscurts at her Russell Holecelc and Alrce' Stoddard blew up a burldrng whrle demonstratrng atomrc power Vera Henry sued her lrttle nreees rock rng horse for 3600 when she fell and broke her toe Margy Brehl owns the combrnatron super hotel and restaurant the Calvert Larry Martrnec was last seen blowrng hrs horn on Prke s Peak Marrlyn Mrlburn and Betty Stoddard after the schools cerlrng fell rn sue ceeded rn gettrng a bond rssue for school reparrs Marre Lambeff receryed abdomrnal laceratrons caused from playrng Twelfth Street Rag on her accordron Rae Pace rs rentrng lrxrng rooms for payama partres oan Hoyer and Margaret Longman were admrtted to the hos prtal after malcrng an atomrc cake Dorrs Carnell and Della Lerstrlco Hollywood play wrrght actresses are wrrtrng a new comedy rn sprte of therr preyrous farlures Donna Ferrrs and Margy Stromnes are sculpturrng therr faces on the Rrm Roclcs at Brllrngs Clrfford Foreman rs frshrng at Warm Sprrngs Harry Grffen rs prlot for the rocket whrch trayels faster than sound Arkansas Governor Bernard Gremaux gaxe Betty Lou Greenslate department store brgwrg the honor of berng the Arkan sas Trayeler of 1980 Senator Colleen Hassler recently made a speech declarrng that rt rs rrdrculous to elect a woman presrdent because the trme rs not yet rrpe for women to asprrc to hrgher offrces Donrld Irrsh dude ranch owner has rnstalled prng pong tables rn all the brrns for some of hrs less rctrxe guests Ex model Blon drc Mobcrley rs the brrdc of Coxernor of Alrslca oyce Olson concert pranrst rs kept busy commutrng between tasks rn Montana o Prngs Presrdent of the Half Rate Drug Stores has announced a new atomrc flayor rn medrcrne Rumors say rt rs deadly Zoologrsts Vrrgrnra Shammel and Kathleen Sparlrng announced the drop rn prrces of elephants rm Sherman has been named the band leader of thc year Wrfre Bette Pentecost was last seen wrth r matched comb and brush set for men and women Tannre Valach rs malcrng a huge success wrth hrs Mrllron Kollar Monotone yorce Mayor janet Swanson has abolrshed the ordrnance lrmrtrng the length of women s hat prns Nrta and Nada Coleman no longer haxe each other to frght wrth as they are marrred and each has seyen lcrds Pat Flanagan was last seen on the stage wrth Mortrmer Sncrd Last on my lrst rs Charlre Wfrllrams who owns the new bubble house factory He reports 1 bubblrng busrness Here I am at home My house has been cleaned by my automat and my supper of frred xrtamrns rs all ready I am so trred that I can hardly lceep awake whrle my rolltasleep puts me to bed The mrdnrght rocket yust whrzzed by Its trme to go to sleep Super Sonre Roclcet Reporter I . 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D r C ASS WILL We, the most superior class of 1950, in sympathy wrth those who must remarn rn thrs rnstrtutron of learn rng do hereby lease to them the followrng saluable possessrons rm Morgan leases hrs yellow bubbles to whoes er wrll shosel them away Don Samuels leases hrs abrlrty to keep rnsurance companres broke to ohn Strunk oyce Olson wrlls her abrlrty to dent up ars to Carol Webster Brll aeger wrlls hrs abrlrty to drrse whrle sleeprng to Ted Murray Chuck Wrllrams rs leavrng hrs ball and charn far aw ay from anyone who mrght try to steal her The two Bettes QFeyk Pentecost are leasrng wrth therr rmmres Lrkewrse George Trask rs leasrng wrth Pat rm Sherrran leases hrs sax appeal to Pattr o Stephens Harold Anderson wrlls hrs lose for grrls to oe Strlson Es elyn Awbery leases her nrckname Chesty for Dee Dee Sonny Barbee and Della Lerstrko entrust therr theatre partres to those who mrght get rnsolsed arl Landherm leaves hrs manly chest for Lors Benyamrn Nada Coleman leases her abrlrty to stay awake rn Mr Brown s class to the underclassmen Mrss O Dea rs left wrth George Brrdwell s hrstory problems Loyd Bowen leases the brggest scoop shosel to Eddre Buell Helen Lode leases the quretness of 7th perrod study hall for Eddre and Henry Sanderson leases a barrel for Buell to carry hrs rnherrtances rn Earl Flanr grn leases hrs algebra genrus to Mr Early Nrta Coleman leases her prpc dream of puttrng Mrss Dykrns through her own excrcrses to the underclassmen Betty Green slate leases the school and rts wrtto pwobwems to Mr Grthens Blonelre Moberley leases her Saturday nrght her brother and what s left of the chemrstry lab Margy Brehl leases her lrttle brother to Fey Hrcks Betty Bach man lerses her prano poundrn abrlrty to oyce Bonrfa e Margaret Longman and Don Rydeen pool therr regular church attendance for Terry Martrn Betty Allrson leases her worn out brarn to the posterrty of Fergus Sylsra Barta le rscs her abrlrty to get prnk shps to the art room to lla Slack Ralph DeVrto wrlls hrs two front teeth to Mrke Housel Larry Martrnec wrlls hrs abrlrty to break wrndows to 'Iom ones ohn Keller rs keeprng eserythrng he has Roberta Errckson leases her rowdy ways to Cannonball Smrth Donna lerrrs frnally leases the art room Vcrlre Schcnck leases fr few of her rnches to Sandra Armstrong Esther Fuller leases her job to anyone who thrnks they can type Bernard Lch man leases hrs socrology book to rts next ow ner Louella Posrlartrs leases her nrce yokes to Rudy Parac Dolores Grlskey leases her deep sorce to future hog callers oan Hoyer leases her abrlrty to get home early to Erna Rae Marre Lambeff wrlls her frrendly ways wrth Mrss O Dea to the coming freshmen. Marilyn Milburn leaves her rrght eye lash to a blonde and her left one to a brun ette Nora Monkelrn leaves her abrlrty to go out wrth college krds to Opal Folda Jo Prngs leases her quret 4 a m partres to anyone who can take them Lorayne Youngren leaves her roller skates to Mary Nemec Ber nard Gremaux wrlls hrs abrlrty to wear short skrrts to Katre Stamm Colleen Hassler leaves her ways wrth Mrss Dykrns to Jeanne Meadors Anne Fowler leases her studres for the frrst trme rn 15 years Don Irrsh leases hrs strarght black harr to Phrl Fry Tannre Valach wrlls hrs model A to Bob Pace Irrs rmmerson leaves her brg feet to Brll Paulson Chuck Apple leaves hrs escaprng talent to anybody who thrnks they can get by wrth rt Dale Bussey frnally leases hrs drums Nrna Chancellor leaves her smoochrng abrlrty to anyone rf they dont use rt on Kolar Ralph Burnham and erry Cooper wrll therr feature storres to any babblrng rdrot that wants them Emrly Welch wrll have to lease some of her steady boy frrends Clrfford Foreman leases hrs prrze frsh to the suckers Dorrs Carnell leases her edrtorral abrlrty to anyone who loses yournalrsm Harry Grffen wrlls hrs flashy personalrty to Earl McCafferty Glen Butler leases hrs dancrng talent to Bernre Tuss Rolly Martrn leases all hrs basketball pornts to Ken Byerly Warren Mee frnally leases all hrs adsertrsrng Charles Fowler rs frnally leasrng the school Russell Holecek leases hrs the-atrrcal genrus to Duane Grb son Betty and Alrce Stoddard leave therr candy salesmanshrp to future candy sellers Drck ohnson leases hrs blue slrps to Babe Smrth Don Mahana rs leasrng to go steady to Esther Apple Betty Newlrn just leases to be wrth Bob B Rae Pace wrlls her payama partres to Pat Turner Ed May leases hrs basketball abrlrty to Mark Kemmer Ronald Wendt leases hrs huge form to Ramon Tresch Clara Hartman leases her cheerleadrng for Rosemary Zeller anet Swanson wrll lease some of her extra A grades to those who could use them Vrrgrnra Shammel and Vera Henry lease therr bad rnfluence on Dale Sterner LeRoy Brown leases hrs streamlrned lrmosrne to Bob Werngart Kathleen Sparlrng leases so she can spend more trme wrth her steady Ole Oster holm leases hrs church key for the fellow churchmen Margre Stromnes wrlls her bass frddle to a musculrr musrcran rm Nance wrlls hrs sweet roly poly frgure to Brll Sw ears Allen Meadors frnally leases Mr Strb lern to hrmself Frank Hrnska gracrously leases hrs hrcl den talent to anyone who can trnd rt eanne Es ans leases the boys to get along wrthout her Tom Parac wrlls hrs abrlrty to stay on a team to Bob Newlrn john Zacker leaves hrs tragrc lrfe to start on a new path Jrm Nance Senror Class Presrdent . 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V ' , ' s' 7 ' ' 1 - '- ' . r 1 ' ' 7 y - ' ' ' ,, I 5 CCDMMENCEME T WEEK SPEAKERS 1 THE REVEREND LLOXD HOLLOWAX Pa lm 0 ll: Aldfwdzl Cbznfb Commcmcmcnt Speaker THE REVEREND C W ORNER MISS MARGARET JACKSON Paftof 0 fbe P1EJbjf67lf1l1 Cbllffb Speerb lu fmflm Baccalaureate Speaker Semor Assembly Speaker MARILYN MILBURN jAMES NANCE Claw Speaker CL:-T S!7t.',ZLt?!' JUNIORS OFFICERS Rosemary Zeller Sefrelary Georgla Oertlx Tfezmner SPCNSORS M155 Swan Mr Early Miss Ogden Don Krumheur, Vive Prefidenl Bob Newlin, Prefidenl Front Row' oyce Berg Barbara Berry Pat Feeler Ricky Beck oyce Boniface Enid Duffner Christine Benes Sctond Row oy Cowan Don Ferron erry Chmelik Harold Deffinbaugoh Kenneth Cox Betty Elmore Bank Row Norman Erickson Donald foster immy Apple Robert Benes Harold Cool idge Elric Eike Duane Diekman Front Row Carlenc ohnson Esther Gremaux Helen Hayes Treasa Howell Betty Second Rovn wlllllllll Htintz Williarri Hruska Les Hartford oc cnni Don Krum heutr Mark lxcmmtr Batk Row Bruce Gremaux L,iVern Harper Albert Knapp Clarcntc Kehr Lac Hour john Could -J H , , , ,J , ., ' 3 A . 3 7 ' i i AJ a r s r V Knapp. , . ' r. . I , Front Row Georgra Oertlr Bob Newlm Shrrley Perrrne Ted Murray Mary Nemec Second Row oyce Pollard Dolores Robrnson Margo Saxtorph Laura Ann Lewon Betty Martxn Marrrnavxs McCartney Back Row Cedric McCafferty Don Reese lm McCollum Alden Mrkkelsen Clarence Langford Delbert Norton Front Row Alvrn Sperry Pattx o Stephens Ramon Tresch Wrllram Thornby Dale Sterner Katherrne Stamm Pat Turner Second Row Bernard Tuss Shlrley Wallace Martha Strausbur Carol Webster Anne Stapelton Ila May Slack Rosemary Zeller Bob Werngart Back Row Dwane Smrth Rrchard Strouf joe Strlson John Stanley 1m Stesens Curtns Strausburg Robert Trller ' 1 1 1 1 - - J 1 1 1 1 , . - , , J , , , . - 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 ' - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 , . SOPHOMORES OFFICERS 25- 'Q' lm Pdf ADSIQ jkDaV SPONSORS ' Mr. Beers Miss O'Dea Front Row eanne Meadors Helen Marvln Nrrglma Mueller Twyla Martxnec Lenora Moberley Coralle Lancaster Second Row Rudy Parat Phyllls Parks Margharlte McLean Ruth Meadors Shxrley Mor1tz Carol Meadors Robert McClellan Back Row rmmy Nelson Don McNe1lly Lew1s Nexll Kerth Lew1s Lawrence Lang ford ack Noble james Lewxs Clarence Moxr Front Row erry Swan Charles Smlth Rrchard Sharpe Mike Sxmonfy oe Smlth Robert Paxlncel-t Second Rom Betty Thorwalclson Ethel Slmonfy Bonnle Slack Leona Wxllrams Ronnle Van Hee Dorothy Wagner Marlene Wfallace Mary Wmn joan Replogle Back Row Harvey Smith Paul Poulaxtls Marrlyn McCollum Delores Whlte oyce Westgaard Wrlma Watson jlm Stanley B1ll Svsears . . ,. .. . 1 1 1 1 1 , . ' a 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 x 3 s ' ,J , , - .J , , , ,I , 1-, - 1 1 1 1 . , ' a 1 1 1 1 4 v . 7... . . g - 1 a 1 1 1 a 1 ' Front Row Glenn Brehl Evelyn Desy Yvonne Blackwelder Shrrley Crosser Leah Benes Martha Crarg Lewrs Coffman Second Row Robert Armitrong Soma Claver anette Ch meellor Erna Rae Barnhart Rosemary Berg Ruth Buekentm Anna Dlxon ames Cl1ITlClllx Baele Row aele Dunlap Donald Coulter Eugene Damsehen Barron Brown Rnehard Baehman Thomas Benes Charles Buehele Ken Byerly 'Nl Iront Rovs Ellen Keller eanette ames ean Huff oann Gauer Mary Lou Erneleson Carol Hlteheoele Fey Hnelw Exelyn Keller Seeond Rows Tommy ones B1llKehr Roy Fortune Opal Folda Melun Hayea Gene Hayea oe Kles Baele Rovu Walter llenlems Duane Gibson Ronald Erxeleson Roy l1nn Claude Fowler Don Koxaereh Ronald Foeter FRESH MEN OFFICERS 21 mv "rd 11' 1..,,x Bud Vanek Prefzdent Evelyn Tadewald Sefretary Robert Lodman Vzce Prefzdent SPONSORS vdh Mr. Robinson Miss Thompson Front Row' anet Fowler Linda Best acqueline Carnell Sandra Armstrong Billie Baker Lors Benjamln Esther Apple Marjorie Anderson Second Row Phrl Fry Charles Crarg Glorra Battrlck Lydia Barry Dorothy Blame Lucrlla Alanrz Ronnie Dodge Thrrd Row ohn Flanrgan Clrnton Dnelrman Harold Baehman Hanes Bycrly Gary Coolldge Gale Brrdwell ohn Flanagan Baek Row Alma Benes Olner Davrs Elsre Beebe Glenn Benton Earlene Bowarel Luellle Feyk Front Row I.aVerne Knerr Helen ennr Norma Kay ennn Margle Halstad Fred Has sler ohn Gllpatrrek Harold Hall Dayld Housel Seeond Row Barbara Mrteft Donna Levus Ellen Hrbbert Azalea Howard lamre Hunt er Guyla Heels Loyella Hayes Shlrley Lund Myrna MLL3U5hllH Baek Row Leona Melntosh ael-. Humphrey B111 Hutehxson Russell Hartford D1 lx jrmmerson Gaylord Halyorson joseph Jost Buddy Kaurm Shrrley Mxehelson , ,J , , a a a ' I . . . . V 7 . - 1 9 a a 1 , . , , , , ' ' 4 a s ' - -a '1 v 1 v ' - v -a v -- ' , -. v,, ,.,- V . , a 1 -a 1 - . , , - M . V Y Y . . .1 X a v x y - Front Row Rosemary Reglr Darlene Nelson Lella Morr Sharon Phllllps Carol Peter son Joyce Prewett Phyllrs Reynolds Second Row Howard Schorsch rm Short Lloyd Rxxe Merle Peterson Terry Martm Robert Lodman Back Row ack Shaver Garry Peters Ollver Porter Bob Pace Brll Paulson Francis Moses Front Row oyce Welch oan Welch Evelyn Tadewalcl Emma Steele Nancy Wrede man ean Steab Carolyn Stamrn Second Row R1chard Zeller ack Wallace Bud Vanek Charles Van Metre LeRoy Van Hee Cllftord Yurll Back Row Donald Zwolle Wlllxam Webster Raymond Tlller Toby Stapleton jnm Umber ' x 1 a 1 ' 1 a - - ,J , , , , . ' ' 4 -' ' 1 1 Q 9 . a . -J aj 1 a 9 ' v a a ' - , I ,. , , , . Y- . . . , - 7 1 1 y ATHLETICS JW f? fgdizf J WMO? jf ,Clif fffwfg' W fm Jw mjQ,,f2f'7,Z,7 WSW f ,W M! :CL 5c ffw Szwwfff fjffaf fav Avmawfudmwizgpym ,MAX 4414500 YMZJW M, AZWZMQWL of Jgwfja 75 M2397 flwffwu WW I' rl V X. V 1 I-J ,,z.,Llf?4' if V I , 9 Sfxe 74- Jay-cz cz , Z 5,5 fl-ff f X - Cf, 0 JA Y X7 , , 4,41 J "6-1 fypg-77ffy0 W 6,0-v.',1J , z'-v Y ' 77 .4 , Z5 . - 4 C ,Q LJBC J' LJ-I f A 1 '7,' 3 1 J f--ag , ' 441 ' I1 1 J - ' gy N Q A ful of-cava ' L 'C' , ' c CM I A 4-4 LCQVW' 2 " .- 'v , H avr. df 'ff f ' A kW7W7Ji4JZA2 -Abd!! L .fc gl A! 'N' 7 I ' A ll l f , C' If . ... La! ,441 ' fd ffdlft 5 5,046 01411 -4?'Tx4'C-c,f2.,c.-aj, f K ' J A i 1 4 M' O o V ' R- . c A . ' ,..,-f-- , I 1 1 Q. I I L C V We - f A 4 A l A- . .'c : j 0 V '.. , g V ' X x . , X X , 1 f A .4 , 1 + 7 I' + , C 4 , ,f K I P ,- fy K 5 , 1 f l "Y OOTBALL Flrst Row C Van Metre P Fry C Vanek P Povllartxs Nelson T Murray B Pace T ones Stevens C Smlth D Smlth A Sperry O Porter Second Row Morgan Nance R Barbee Zacker D ohnson T Parac R Burnham B Newlm H Smith R Martln D Dowen Thlrd Row Coach Buell Coach Cass B Hall Flanagan G Bxehl R Tresch M Slmonfy K Byerly R Parac D Dlekman R Beck D Glbson R Van Hee N Enckson Coach Nelson Coach Bohart Last Row L Hartford B Gremaux Shayer R Hartford B Thornby B Paulson SEASON SUMMARY A game bunch of Fergus Eagles showed steady lmproyement all season and f1nal'y came through by defeatmg the Great Falls jayVees rn the last game of the year The Bozeman Hawks started off the long strmg of Eagle defeats by scormg an 18 0 wln Next came the Western Class A champs from Anaconda Fergus put up a hard fxgh but the Copperheads pulled ahead at the fmal gun 19 7 In the lnltlal conference game whlch was played at Laurel the Tralnmen came out on the long end of a trght 14 7 game That powerful eleyen from Dawson county rolled onto Fcrgus path and kep right on moymg 25 6 Thc Cowpokes from Mlles Cnty played good ball m the first half to eke out a 13 9 wm Sndney s Eagles outclawed our own Eagles for a land slide 55 7 ylctory In thc last conference game Glasgow was the vxctor nn a gamc that was closer than the score mdxcatcd Frnal count was 27 14 Things suddenly took a turn for the bctter For the flrst tlme IH scyeral years Fergus defeated an athletic team from thc Falls The boys really came to llfe and tool-. a hard played game from thc Baby Bnsons Thls last game was played vuthout the senlors We dont know nf this means anythmg but lt sure makes prospects a lot brlghter for next year s outflt Best of luck to Coach Dale Bohart and the football team of 1950' V 5 HUM MEMORIAL PARK SENIGRS HA G UP CLEATS ohn Zacker Tom Parat rm Morgan En Bank En hm Morgan was 1249 team taptaln The team suffered a permanent low mud season when ohn Zatker was lnjured Don Mahana not pntturecl jomed the team late rn the season and was a xaluable acldltlon Tom Parar was named utnllty back and Dick johnson was gnen honorable men tron on the all 5tate team EXT YEARS NUCLEUS Glenn Brehl Tom jones Dwane Smrth 1m Stevens Back Tackle Back Guard Charles Smnth Duane Dxekman Clarence Vanek Bob Newlrn ackle En Guard Bark Ramon Trcsrh Harxq Smlth Rxrlq Bulk Ted Nlurray Guard End Canter Tarlxlc THE EAGLES X., W Hmm? -QW!-.-f 'S -C..-E. W' Left to Right Glenn Blehl Don Mahana im Morgan Roland Martin Ricky Beck Iraik Hruska Terry Martin Tom Jones Ronnie Van Hee Tom Parac ohn Zarker My Bob Wcingart Dale Bohart "A" Squad Coach INDIVIDUAL SCORING AS OF FEB. 21 Tom Parac ,,..............,...................,,,,.,.......... john Zacker .............................,...,,,.,....,,.... im Morgan .................I,.........,,,.r,,,....r.,rr,,, Roland Martin ,,.,.,...,r.,YY,,.,,Y,,,,...,,....,,......,, Glenn Biehl ...,,. Frank Hruska .........rI..I,,.,,Y,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.... Ronnie Van Hee Ricky Beck .,,.,. Tom ones ..,..,.,,,,,...,..,.....,.,. .,., . ,.e,,,,,,. , , I-Iarvey Smith ,Y,, Don Mahana ...... 4 7 I it 1 s I Burk sml-es one as Eagles smk Red Desxls Parae Shootmg Fergus Eagles 5 Dawson Red Deuls 36 Martm Shootmg Manly Zed does nt igam to help drop Glendne Zucker Shootmlg, in '45, ll 'Wi ,,,,,,....,......-.---sl--vm-fn w sg In "n X . 35 'Q K .5 'L ,T GIRLS' ATH LETICS L L L H9555 L L l Front Row E Grcmaux S Perrlne C Webster P Feeler G Ocrtln 2nd Row H Haycb A Stapleton B Knapp Berg, 3rd Row C ohnson P Stephens P Turner Comm 'I' Howcll VOLLEYBALL MARCHINCJ nt R vu B 'Nlutaft Qtr I Bcnjamm 7 L B Barlunnn H Haycs NI 'vhfollum I Kmrr G xx NI Anluxon D 5l.unL Krrrr H Llll Ocrtll 'Nl Chanrallor E Stcalr R Burkcntxn E ard Row I: l.1dLvx.1ld 'NI xXlCL.lLI11.lH l Apple SIIDOUIQ A Duron Nl Mrlomn NI Mxlburn M N lx cnnl Erlrlxson S Pcrrme B Elmore 1 : ' , - . , - ' , . , . V, J 'C - ", . J, . ,J. 1 Y. '1 . . , , L7 , , I l , 4 .. Ifro o ': . l ' ' '. E. . -cle. -. 1 ' ' . ,nl . A . . . .l 'Q , -, ' , Rot.. 1 - , .l ".I.. 14, .'l'l1A. A '. r, Q' - , '. . " 4, P 'I 1. 1' " . L . V' ' ' , '. 4 -', . I' . A . ' . A . A . ,nl .Ao- TUMBLI G Lahti B. Elmore, M. Milburn, A. Stoddard, Berg, B. Stoddard, Ni. Coleman, S. Perrine Top, Chancellor. SPEEDBALL BASKETBALL Front Row E Barnhart Replogle K Dixon Front Row Na Coleman M Milburn B Greemlate Chanrellor 7nd Row D White M Wallace B N Chancellor N1 Coleman Znd Row J Hoyer Thorwaldson C I-litcheock R Butlxentin 5rd Row A Stoddard B Stoddard L Poxilaitib 3rd Row Keller l 'Z . , V , . . ' , : . - , . i H. Marvin, ,E. 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I f 'J' L X022 sTuDENT couNclL Front Row P Flanagan j Morgan F Hruslca Sherman R Holecek C Williams M Biehl Second Row E Barnhart S Perrine E Simonty N Chancellor R Beck B Tuss R Berg E Gremaux Baclc Row L Youngren M Saxtorph S Michelson C I-lassler Miss ODea Mr Rob BX , 5 f '01 inson G Traslc C Peterson The Studcnt Council the representative body of the Associated Students ot Fergus County High School is made up of three officers two rcpresentatixcs from each class and one from each of the ten permanent clubs The purposes of the organization are To promote the welfare of the school through cooperation on part of teachers and students To control management of all matters concerning conduct ot students except To promote a spirit of responsibility in care of property To foster a high sense of personal honor and good sportsmanship in school and Community life To promote actixe participation in school actixities by the students To suggest to the principal and members of the faculty ways of improxing the sersiccs ot the students and thc community ctuities this ycar includc Traffic patrol and regulations Student Actixity Ticket Sale OI I ICERS SPONSORS jimmy Sherman Pre ldt?!If M155 O Dia Frank Hrusl-ca Vue PPEJILIKVU Ml' R0blf1SOH Pat Flanagan Serrelarg ' : . , . , . 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A ' o those reserved for jurisdiction of principal and instructors. 6. rr I 'h ' ' ' " ' 'l 7 2. . -' fl V '-., f an , ' A va I A- 'L ' , FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Front Row Mxss Parker Robrnson Hassler Buckentm Stoddard Dnxon Stoddard Coleman betond Row Mcadors Anderson Pollard Benlamm MlChClSOH Stamm McCollum Rash Stcab Phrllrps Thrrd Row MtCartney Tadewald Battrrclx Welch Carnell Knerr Swanson Coleman Sthenrlx Wclth Baller Bark Row Armstrong enm Howell Strausburg Berg Reynolds Grlslxey Gaucr Ap ple ennx Wlnn Colors red and whrte Flower rcd rose Motto Yozmrd Nea Hofzzom OFFICERS Anna Drxon Vive Preszdefzt Ruth Buclxentln Seuelmy Delores Robrnson Treamrm Nada Coleman Hzffmmfz Alrce Stoddard Pmlmfzzefztamzzz Collen Hassler Smdezzl Coznzfzl PURPOSF promote 1 growmg appretmtron of the joys and satrstartrons ot home IT'l1lxlI1g emphasrze the rmportance ot worthy home membershrp encourage demotracy rn home membershrp work for good home and famlly lrfe for all promote mternatronal good wrll toster the dexelopment ot Creatne leadershrp IH home and communrty 1 e proxrde wholesome mdnrdual and group recreatron To further rnterest rn home economrcs Z D 7 . 7 7 I 5 7 . 7 I F Q V: lf .7 4 7 7 t I 7 .N 7 7 N ' ., , , 5 H lf F 1 ' 1 rw 7 7 : ' 1 7 . .,, , . 7 , U . ' F' 'I ' El , 7 , , 7 ' ', ' H - 1 l , . . K.. . X A 1, I .. ,, Betty Stoddard, Preridefzl 1 - ' - A s- i , . , , .. ., 1 . . . . , K v . 7 . .- 7 To yy Y, Y! . . - To A ' ' ' ' Q To ' ' ' " - To , , V ' To ' ' ' - To A ' ' ' l'f . To " ' - FUTURE F RMERS OF AMERICA This year was an outstanding year for the Fergus Chapter of the F. F. A. Their program was more extensive than in former years, including one hundred and twenty-five activities to be carried on with- in the eight standing committees. These activities range from super- vised farming and community service jobs to sponsoring dances and picnics. The dairy and poultry team was requested to represent Montana in Iowa last October and returned with honors. The livestock team took first place at the Central Montana Fair and will represent Central Montana at the district meet. Last summer eleven of the boys toured Yellowstone Park. The boys saw all points of interest and returned with a better understanding of the park. XX!! The F. F. A. is one of the largest and most active organizations in our school. The group is led by Bernard Gremaux, presidentg George Trask, vice-presidentg Bernard Lehmann, secretaryg Joe Jenni, treasurerg and joe Stilson, sentinel. Front Row Murray Trask Lehmann Stilson Gremaux Jenni Irish Bussey Mr Schultz Second Row Stexens Weingart Damschen Deffinbaugh I-Ioyer Reese Stanley Strouf Benes Knapp Stanley Paxlicelt Norton Buchele Back Row Webster Umber Baehman Peters Peterson Lodman Hassler Gilpatriclt Shields Yuill Benton v: v 7 I , , ' Y I v , , v, . 7 7 AV' Third Row: Foster, Kovacich, Finn, Hayes, Fowler, Fields, Fortune, Lewis, Simonfy, . ' - r, , - 4 4' f ., , Y 1 7 A A Y , X- 1 I - ff G.A.A. Front Row C Webster B Greenslate N Chancellor M Milburn G Oertli A Stod dard E Stoddard Second Row Chancellor E Gremaux Berg C Hassler Na Coleman Swan son Back Row S Perrine E Simonty Replogle A Dixon M McLean Ni Coleman Hoyer R Bueltentin E Barnhart C Hitehcotle B Thorwaldson M Wallace M MeCollum I. Knerr L Poxilaitis B Elmore M Anderson P Reynolds Miss Dyleins J Fowler B Bachman R Von Lindern The girls play hockey baseball speedball xolleyball badminton and ping pong The purpose of these actiyities is to dexelop good sportsmanship and fair play as vsell as the skill of the game The girls are eligible to earn school letters through these sports by the xote of the officers and approx al ot their sponsor Miss Dyltins The marching group and the tumbling group sponsored by the G A A are xery aetiye and perform at the basketball games Initiation is held yearly for underclassmen and a pienit is held in the spring The officers for this year are Marilyn Milburn President Carol Webster Seeretary Nina Chancellor and Ethel Simonfy Student Council representatives ' 2 . , . . , . " , . ' , . ', . - - I S v ' v - T i -is - s - a ' Q T l' c, . V , . ' V , . ' . G. A. A. is the motivating force behind all the girls' athletic activities in school. 7- -S Y 1' 4 lv -Q v f 1 1 V Y s l s I 7' Y- . ,' Y, . - ' ' Y V V , . . ., , . 0 X F eLuB fi' This club is perhaps one of the oldest active clubs in the school. and its purpose is to promote team spirit. A boy is eligible to join when he earns his letter in either football, basketball, or track. The members of the club Vote upon those athletes recom- mended for letters by the coach. Some of the highlights of the club's activities are the annual initation and picnic. During the last two years they purchased a new scoreboard for the gymnasium. The officers for this year are: Dick johnson, presidentg jim Nance, secretaryg and Ralph Burnham, student council representative. Front Row Tom Parac ohn Zacker Second Row im Niorcan Ronald Barbee Third nard Tuss fifth Row Duane Smith im Stexcns Back Row Bob 'Nlcwlin Ricks Beck Clarence Vanek Charles Smith Tom jones Coach Mr Bohart . ,. 5, J 4 . . Y ti J' A Y, 7 -. A Row: 'lim Nance, Ralph Burnham. Fourth Row: Ramon Tresch. Harvey Smith. Ber- MASQUERS Front Row Nance B Bachman N Monkelxn P Flanagan Mrs Flanagan R Hole cek M Blehl D Grlskey M Stromnes R Barbee Setond Row A Fowler Olson B Elmore G Oertlx B Berry H Hayes B Martin P Feeler K Stamm Thlrd Row M Nemec C ohnson F Hxcks Y Blackwelder D Ferron E Awbery D Glbson D Krumheuer E Barnhart P Turner Buls. Row M Mxlburn D Lelstxko Prngs D Carnell B Newlnn L Harper E luke Morgan B Feyk S Perrrne Masquers the local chapter of the Natlonal Thespxan Soclety was ganlzed for and by students xnterested ln dramatlcs Purposes of the orgaruzatron are two fold 1 To estabhsh and adxance standards of excellence rn all phases of dramatrc arts 2 To create an actne and mtellrgent xnterest rn dramatxc arts among boys and grrls rn the hlgh school Offnters elected thrs year were Presldent Pat Flanagan Vlce Presldent Russell Holttck Setrctary Nora Monlxehn and Student Councll Repre scntltxxc Margy Bnchl Attrxntlcs for thxs year were A D116 Wfzlb adj Amon Sink 0 Pmzknz Curb On! of the Fog M1 Llmolu r Whf ken lr Crmked Ire A play for the one act play tournament 1n Brllmgs Montana sponsored by the Eastern Montana College of Educatlon , . , . , . , . . . , . . . V . 7 . . , , , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . I 4 N . - . . Y l , v Of 7 . 5 Y '- : V . . . F - 1 v v .., l-,.. -,, , , '. ' - -- - 9 w 1 1 R-,L Us , 7 . A .. . I U ,. I .w f ., I. H ., 1 ,, 4' ., I .4 - -Q H . . J . 7 .. K .. - s 1 From left to right: B. Elmore, G. Oertli, H. Coolidge, A. Valach, B. Tuss, E. Barnhart, Y. Blackwelder, R. Barbee, D. Bussey, P. Flanagan, D. Gibson, Nance, D. Gilskey, M. Biehl, R. Holecek, B. Bachman, T. Parac, W. Funk, L. Bowen, N. Monkelin, G. Trask, S. Perrine, P. Feeler. "A Dafa ll"Zfl1f11dv1"' bd' Aleen Leslie A COMEDY of TEENAGERS Presented by the Junior Class November 18, 1949 PLAYS "Az17'0lI Slim? of Pllflkflli Creek ' ' Beale Cormack A COMEDY of RURAL and CITY SLICKERS THE GAY NINETIES Presented by the Masquers for Farm and Home Week From left to right: D. Ferron, A. Stapleton, K. Stamm, H. Hayes, D. Sterner, R. Beck, B. Newlin, B. Elmore, D. Krumheuer, P. Turner, B. Martin, S. Wallace, M. Saxtorph, Gould, S. Perrine. 6 J. ,A- H... . Tm- Sify' .nwfwh 0 5. gzff li 'nv . , ,, , A .., 43, 'r A . 'EV A , Q i kg, ' ff?-v--. ..4-- " I . , 4 .exif Ji, . A A5 ,J - i 'Y- S F5 t .. C .1'n 'JH-2 ' ,mipahik .1 K. LPHA GAMMA Front Row H Anderson L Brown C Webster L Youneren A Mrkkelsen A Mead ors Second Row H Hayes N Monlxelm B leyk D lerrls l Sl lx Baele Row M Stromnes L H1rper Mr Stableln B Humphrey C Meadors Alpha Gamma IS an organlzatron for students rn terested IH addltnonal artlstle work The purposes of thrs elub are to leeomplxsh an mdrxxdual project to promote an Interest ln 1rt and learn more of the Aetmtles for the school year are social actrutles during, the year sueh 18 pnemc 'and parties one or more proleets to be completed during, the school year prrtxelpuxon III sthool earnuals bulldlng sets for sehool pl qs and mxknne posters for other actn xltles Otfleers for this yur are LeRoy Broun Presldent Alden Mlleleelson Vlee Presldent and Carol Webster Seeretary 1 - . ' . 1 1 , ' . , , , - . . . , . , ,. . , . , . . , . ' : . f'.', . " , .V ', .W '.', .Suez C - , k -- l ' 1' , 4 . , A 7 artistic' values of our surroundlngs. ' y . Y., - - L- ' - ' t ' Q - ss v A, , . ' ' ,. - ,, J, 5- l L. J 1 4 4 ' Y 3 a - ,', I- F- v,k f 1: v ' , g' 4 9 A ...Q t 1 ., . 3 , E , MASQUE A D GAVEL Betty Martin-Prexidenf Georgia Oertli-Vive Prexiden! Shirley Perrine-Secr'e!m'y PURPOSES: To recognize and promote achievement of speech in high school classrooms and outside activities. To assist the student in raising standards of speech. To sponsor a joint feeling of co-operation between the community and high school, by organizing activities and programs with com- munity groups ACTIVITIES Radio broadcast for National Education Week Assembly program Panel discussion on juxenrle delinquency Debate and speech tournament in Great Falls PLANS FOR THE YEAR Program of Americanism in the American Legion Auxiliary American Oratorical Contest Speech tournament in Lewistown Montana Speech League ew ents at district and state contests Front Row B Elmore H Hayes G Ocrtli B Martin S Perrine P Feder K Stamm P Turner Pings Back Row C johnson B Berry D Icrron Miss aclxson C Kchr B Allison V Muelle LA GUAGE CLUB Front Row B Thorwalclson Replogle A Drxon Mrs Flanagan E Slmonfy L W1ll13H1S Back Row T ones M McLean M Saxtorph C Smrth Y Blackwelder D Ferns R Sharpe SPANISH CLUB Front Row S MOFIL7 P Stephens Noble D Glbson Mrs Flanagan R Zeller R Berk L Youngren P POX1lZlltlS Claxer C Lanraster C Van Metre Thlrd Row N Wldeman D Nelson R Van Hee Hunter M McLaughlm B BLOIILZ C Stamm M Anderson A Welch Flamgan Bank Row E Bovvard J Shaxer B Brown Flanagan B Baker J M Welch M Dcmers G Coolldge R Fortune H Byerly E Steele ' - : . , , . l , . , . 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If'i1'1f "1 11111 A SQUAD CHEERLEADERS Rosemary Zeller Exelyn Awbery Pat Turner Kan Stamm Opal Folcla B SQUAD FRESHMAN l' 1aui-uL-..- Exelyn Desy Shlrley Crosser Janette Chancellor Sharon Phillips and Lois Bcnyamnn l , 'W , W' . If fb V4 , ,. M I , . , A yi, I ,II 1 I V K I f ,. v Vw: ,Y Aj H S ,Q BATON TWIRLERS THE PRESENT Rae Pace, Bette Pentecost Darlene Nelson L THE FUTURE MUSIC BAND 'N P A 1 fin' - l A A Tvnrlers Pentecost Nelson Pace Frrst Row Humphrey Hareharrk Anderson Wallace Second Row Lewon Noble Hoyer Reese Swan Edwards Mason Barbee Mr Beers Royal Goke Turck Replogle Deffrnbaugh Short Thlrd Row Ferelmancl Mueller Robertson Brooks Martrnec Peterson Feyk Sherman Pxngs Hoyer Grlpatrxck fourth Rom Van Hee Erleltson Sterner Martlnee Vanele Harper Stamm Lrttle Gxthens lufrh Row Rydeen Lxttle Harrington ODell Wmllnams Torbcrr Apple- Coolldge Sixth Row Stexens Kennedy Could Smxth Baehman Stromnes CHOIR Iront Row Hrelrs Exams Keller Nlelean Alllson fhmcellor Replogle Penteeost lLl5lIlNO Stephens Nlueller 'I urner Crem lux Bom! ree Thlr l Row Crosser Xl,1l'NlIl 6 rrnell Benjamrn Blxrlexxelder ljrehl lxeller Nlornz lowle Ol or Elmore lourrh Row lllllligdll Stromnes C lslxey Hrusln 'lraslt Gremxux 'Nl 'y Hrusltr Nlartm Lmdhexm Butler Nfarunee Bark Row Nlef atterry lxrumheuer foo :dee DeVuo Irrsh Hartford Murray Morgan fuss Bom en ' 3 , , - 5 , , , - ' 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 Y ' 7 V 7 7 '7 7 7 ' I 7 3 A 7 r 7 7 7 3 1 J 7 Y 7 7 ' 1 V: I I 1 S S. 1 a Sa ps r 1 1 ' 4. : V IA 1 A7 Y 1 I a 1 Q 1 - liaelmman. liarnhart, Mr. Punk. Second Row: XX'.1ll.1tc. Chancellor, Parks. Prewetr, DIXOII. ." l' . 1 ' ' .l ' ', A '. 1 ' . J, '. li 'L - '. . 'A . 'Q fr ' ' , -, Ji ' ' '. - . . r . ' ' . ' , , . , ,, ' - .. , , , , , - GLEE CLUB is -'W U' nt OD sv ml Front Row H Coolldge Landhenm G Trask Olson accompamst L Bowen Mr Funk Second Row B Hrusltl T Murray R Martln L Martlncc A Valach Back Row D Krumhcutr D Irish E May L Hartford j Morgan Front Rovs l Hunks H BIJYXIFI I Fx ns Prcvwctt A DIXOII D LClStllxO D Gllslxey I Rtploglc B lzlmorc P Turntr Bonxtatc Mr lunlt becond Ron, -I. c,l1t1llLLllOf. D, Q.1rncll P. Parlw E, Kcllcr M. McLean M, Blchl B. Alligon. P. Stcphcnf. V. Nlucllcr, L, Benjamin X. Blfutkwcldcr, S. Moritz E. Grcmaux. Back Row: S. XX"1ll'1cc S. Cirosscr Nl. Stromncs l. Flanagan B. Pentecost N. Chancellor, ul. Olson, A. lfowlcr, B. Bathman, E. Keller, E. Bdrnhart. BOYS' QUARTETTIE no """'."J A. Valach, L. Bowen, H. Coolidge, I.. Hartford, I. Boniface. accompanist. GIRLS' SEXTETTE P Turmr M Bichl D Gilskey D Carncll N Chancellor B Bulinmn Olson unoinpanist CHORALAIRI S Front Rovs D C.1rnf.ll A Dixon M Bichl N Cluncallor P 'Iurncr B Baihman I Olson Mr Iunlx Lond Row I H ilxs H Lin 1 D ixkq s BL I. Bows 1 Grcmaux I Bonitalc Bank Row W' Hrublxa H Coolidge D Ixrumhcucr D Irish I Harttord I Hrubka I Landhcim I fav .u .,j. f-.vo sf l -Q 1 ii -. . ix vii, . G1 G. in k, G. nm. , fi. E TEEN CAN if iifll TEEN CAN TALENT The prrmary purpose of the Teen Can IS to proylde a place of recreatron for the teenagers of Lewrstown It was set xnto motlon early this fall as a result of rdeas and drseussrons by clisses students and members of the faculty Offleer of the organrzatron were elected by the students of Fergus Hrgh School and St Leos They are Charles Wllll3IlT3 and Mary Kottas eo chalrmen Frank Hruska benror representltlye Don Krumhcuer unror representatne Glenn Brehl Soph more reywresentatlxe and Bud Vanek Freshmen representatne Advrsors from the Faculty rrc Mr Buell and Mr Iunk and from the busrness men are Mr Byerly and Mr Musson The prlmiry committees ire tlname ind entertarnment The Teen Cm has sponsored weekly dances managed and fmanced by the students eontmuxng nnterest and to operatron rn the orgamzatron has made xt a success U W FRIDAY NIGHT FUN , I I 0 ,, A. . I 1 .- My ,V ze - . 4 A . Y . 7. . mr, V. I. . . . .' . , . . l . 4 , , . A- I . A va: ' Y . N- f- A - I a ' r r ' ' J, f4-.- s T ' 'r- A - ' w a 1 a 4 A' 'V' ' 4 ' A .7 . s Y - - L YF Aft TAL A . - 1 ., , - - , , ,Y - DOWN ON THE OLD PLANTATION umor Semor Prom Sponsored by Class of 1950 Serztznzental our 116,11 Bruyb Tlvoie Tear! Dom You: Eyej A Nm... "" ' The Una!! You Saud fm Mc J - . K , u , ' ' X. g . 5 4 S , ,ff V' "Q L M ,ff ,y ' ,V X ,vim ff ' I , H ' ,yA lf. ,..m.n-in W 1 ff . 4 . I l V., xg: A i vs . V '.,!L v' ' A 7 1 N DIVIIRSIFIIYD COOPERATIVE TRAINING Diyersitiecl cooperative training is a form of vocational education that provides high school students with the opportunity to alternate regular instructional classes in school with school supervised "on the job" training. The system makes it possible for students to select. prepare for. enter upon, and make progress in an occupation of their choice. The school supervises the training in the interest of the students, offers instructional material related to the occupation. and helps the student interpret and evaluate his work experience. Besides making the school more life-like for the students, the plan provides a means of bridging the gap between the school and the community. The facilities and personnel of the whole community assist the school in training the young workers for their future jobs. The program this year included forty students and business firms. Some of them are pictured below. sv' X ' XL i'-f - . Qi., N. Dm, l cn Don lli'tlt,t.i1. Pu tl A, . miq' UQUW 0 M. ?fE?lff" -L 3' ,Q W .f A, W lf e ,, ar' 'SM f-nn ' , ' ' - 'n-1,-, f QI-Us T if 'f r nv, nn, ll:- if H 3 , ,a 'E ,gg A' ff 21' 1 1' I -111341450 l '9 N QQ: a 1 -uv I fi U I O i ADVERTISING 1 , r ,f . f 6 1. K fa L Q '44 fd f ,f-11,11 "Liv-A, 'V Lf' 4- lil 1.4fz :LLL E --1 1,111 7k .ii L, zf ,yy S -ff Q L Q. 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L" ' --If 4 - . . - .-1, . .L-'.'..1LL:.i I Q-D1-ini A -.:...f TI-IE HLJE e PSIMTBNG Congratulations X AA Wd' THE CLASS OF xx: 9 BEST WISHES fo SUCCESS SEAF2 LE SEED CCD QUALITY SEED MART! NSON 5, JOHNSON House PLUMBING CO M 3 5+hA s Congratulatlons To The Class of if WTO ffwffycf ii o Y Y C1 ' U - 12 TO 5" as-be Xl I 5 o r from MONTANA'S , Lewisfown, onfana 06 ve. o. Lewisfown, Mont '50 I 07 MEET OUR BEST SALESMAN TAKE THE WHEEL OF THE 50 FORD 'SEE THE DIFFERENCE 'FEEL THE DIFFERENCE Q HEAR THE DIFFERENCE INC FORD RCU Its Better Wlth Butter R xf JUDITH GCLD BUTTER M Ik Ch I C PHONE 363 Fzrqus Countq Crzamzrq INC I ' I I M E R Y ll I ' ll ,gi Lflig- R36 Qtr,-F , R1 ff! ' :"!'!fgff,Is0L ' I RJSEFQFIPM Raj-r i EE eese E, ce ream I Congratulations! Fergus Class l950 Charles Drstmctrve Furmture - Alexander Smlth Rugs Armstrong and Congoleum Linoleum Philco Radlos HOTPOINT APPLIANCES Expect the finest turst from HOTPOINT and enloy HOTPOINT QUALITY for the pruce of ordrnary appluances L'EVVI STOVVN 'EXC HANG-E Phone 468 We buy used household furmshmgs and guarantee everythrng we se 5556 Congratulations 4 R R 59-tl . 'J TO YOU THE CLASS OF I950 4' If E From ZEN Nw wmwofmmmggom 207 W Janeaux Lewrstown Montana REAL VALUES IN REAL ESTATE JOHN GILSKEY Proprietor I20 E Mann Sl' See Us For Ranches Q Farms Cnty Property 3- "C253.'s?9 H '73 and Insurance Congratulations TO THE CLASS OF I950 MOWQZCZL ,lumf-efz Co. BUILD AND OWN A MONARCH HOME J- A PM 1,,, , I pt gl ' " "U Q-:lf , O. K. Real Estate, A eric . lx I. 9 u Ll :i:j:?lfg:L -F - i iiffiig I-LH ' . 1 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS We Qufefvzfi FARM SERVICE fr SUPPLY CO INC CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF HEATING 5. PLUMBING I ., . 406 Firsf Avenue SouI'h Lewis+own, MonI'a '50 Prescruptlons Fnlled 591,06-ymjpfvug C25 YOUR FRIENDLY REXALL STORE PHONE FOR QUALITY APPAREL wM To The Class of 50 UWUC Tl-I E MERC CO E 2 TNI WISHES THE CLASS OF so A VERY PROSPEROUS T 3 Nl FUTURE Gem Cafe JUST A BETTER PLACE TO EAT FINEST STEAKS FAMOUS COFFEE Accurafely and Prom pfly 0 I 20 I 0 . ff Lk f l, , IRL ,, ""fL,L.l fzlh I xll ,U x I 1 Q Sf I ' I ' I 1' ,j H Ai L?-',,,. Besf Wishes To The Class of I950 A N N A B O L E S ELECTRICITY TODAYS BEST BARGAIN TI-IE 'monfcznoz POWER CCD CONGRATULATIONS THE CLASS OF JON ES MOTOR CO Y O U R BUICK PONTIAC DEALER M I a we Zambia Vg, ca me jewelry Q-1 Best Wishes Class of 50 W 9 E H ROGERS TZQQQQQDKT-F LEwlsTowN MONTANA Aff TO ' 'so Lewisfown, on an 0 ' xx, 0 F. . rx ,I W Q 1 if f 4? f' . 1 N-f I A- .- X i X Best Wishes From NASH-FINCH COMPANY WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS LEWISTOWN, MONTANA CONGRATULATIONS ON A STEP FORWARD BEST Class Swea'I'ers Award Sweaiers And All Afhlehc Equlpmenf From Your Local Spalding DlsI'rlbu'I'or E JAY S A I I-ILETIC GOODS INC RM zos 1 Juom-I TH BLDG PHONE 7l5J ffsfofiig Gwen Recommended By DUNCAN HINES WISHES THE BEST OI' FERGUS HIGH When You Tlnnlc Of Flowers Tlnnlc Of LQ 0wwwQ, GARDEN FLORAL K-Z PHONE 54 7Zamew R E M E M B E R Today Is Someone s Blrfhday Annlversary or Happy iq Wwe Occasuon THE IN ,,. - +- F I ,ii Make You The World A BII' BeI"I'er And More Beauhful Because You Have Lived In I+ EDWARD w Box BEST WISHES FOR THE SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS OF THE CLASS OF 50 wf'?A K 9 +P INSURER REALTOR JUDITH THEATRE BUILDING LEWISTOWN MONTANA DODGE AND PLYMOUTH CARS DODGE JOB RATED TRUCKS POWER WAGONS SALES and SERVICE A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE SPECIALIZING IN WHEEL ALIGNMENT Wuellcz 7'l4oL'o'z Co I I I O U I I O . I IIUIII llm,,. MXH ASSE V, I O 1 I nun-unuu. fb S f A Auacmnnu lusumucl . 2 RW-TURS mm ,I Mizz:-,'.J'1, QQ -arg. " ,sf Esnfe I I I I I 0 LYNN L. RICKER LEWISTOWN. MONTANA WE WISH YOU EACH MEMBER OF THE CLASS OF 50 THE BEST OF SUCCESS IN YOUR LIFES WORK zckefza 'Dfzuqi Qnothei zcozt OPPORTUNITY uvesroclc susmfss Wonderful Montana NBAR RANCH G Ra g 'V ,FK ' I Open To You Seniors Is The In Our - - rass n Comphments of Qhc: Yfmc TQZMEL CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 50 BEST WISHES FOR SUCCESS Wlvnay IIIQII 0 'Img' M4-f'35-74 or PRESCRIPTIONS ECK'S PHARMACY CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 50 Lzwls'fouun Hardware, Co THE BEST IN HARDWARE I I 4 U Hosiery - Accessories - Purses - Gloves I o Progress Thru Constant Improvement Uowen 'motoz CO bfh AVE and BROADWAY LEWISTOWN MONTANA PHONE 525 OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC G M C TRUCKS Q l TO THE CLASS OF so X MAY success BE YOURS 4514! RY FINE CLOTHES JC PENNEY CO H' Pays To Shop And Save A+ PENNEY S .92 M0 ..., ' CONGRATULATIONS Y .I FOR FINE JEWELRY VISIT aion ufmefz. ew-elfz CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 50 CLASS OF 50 LET THE FRIENDLY BANK HELP YOU ON THE ROAD TO SUCCESS BY OPENING A SAVINGS ACCOUNT WITH US AY TO succESS BY W 'I' XNQSTER TSASK hff MEMBER F DIC I I I Jil . 'f xx Q og he ' 6 ' - ,f -- 5 ' f r . A T lr A 0 t -- , XX.. ,-'-I 'QFQ E ,Y N 235:11 1 , YQLQLE I Lg rf-1 -f,ff CONGRATULATIONS An BEST WISHES THE CLASS OF I95O From COOPER OIL COMPANY JACOBS STORE WE CLOTHE THE FAMILY Congratulations to the Graduates of the Class ot 50 Prom Dresses and Wearing Apparel at Popular Prices Thanlc The Senior Class For Their P A T R O N A G E May This Annual For I950 Be A Success We Are Happy To Have Played A Small Part ln lts Malung As You Go Along Lltes Highway May You Thmlz Ot Us Whatever Your Needs Photographlcally May Be Skznnefz 4 d To I We Wish To Take This Opportunity To ' I Congratulations To The Class Of '50 JOE C. KING JUDITH THEATRE BUILDING LEWISTOWN, MONTANA BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF I950 v,aZa61C7Zc0wwv1 CECIL FIELD JOHN TOGNETTI 4I0 EAST MAIN LEWISTOWN MONTANA BEST OF LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 50 FROM NEUMAN N NASH MOTORS Congratulatnons To Class of 50 FARMERS ELEVATOR COMPANY PHONE 34 ESTABLISHED I9I0 9 I I I - ' I "Your Purina Dealer" CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 50 From 'lfmqfm Ugflgwfvcfc C6 THRU SCHOOL AND THRU LIFE MAKE VAUGHNS YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR THESE NATIONALLY ADVERTISED LINES AND MANY OTHERS' Friendly Spori' Shoes Bosroman Jogs Carol Kung Dresses Days Cords Gorham Gold Sirlpe Hoslery Wmg Spor+ 81 Dress Slurrs BeH'y Jean Coars Wembley 8: Holly Vogue Tues ST National FILLS YOUR WWW WM Central Montanas Largest Bank MEMBER F D I C AFFILIATED WITH FIRST BANK STOCK CORPORATION I H-C WesI'ern Sporfswear Clippercrafl' SuiI's I Congratulations Seniors Gift! Bizziaacfi Congratulations To The Class of 50 SIBYL 81 LUTE MUSSON CULVER STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHER 2 2 Ffth A N LEWISTOWN ELECTRIC SUPPLY CONXPANY J F SONGER 508 W MAIN LEWISTOWN MONT TELEPHONE 366 TWO 6 WI PEM au S' as PHONE LEWISTOWN PHONE aa Congratulations To The Class of 50 I I i ve. orth ' 43- ' rd Y Located ln Bourne Implement Building ' I EVERYTHING EOR THE HOME F U R N ITU RE 5l6 Wesf Mann Si' Phone H55 Give Your Car Longer Lufe' THE HOME OF Q Q Bulova Waliham G0omfYEAR Jules Jorgersen Hamrlron TIRES Omega 8: Elgun Walclnes Have H Semced A+ ALSO CENTRAL MOTOR SALES Keepsake Cardinal Tlnurd Avenue and Janeaux Bonded Dlamond Rmgg Cenfral Monfanas Mos? ALSO Modern and Complefe Experf Wafch Repanrmg an Lewrsfown Monfa na Repair Shop .LCLI JEWELE RS LEWISTOWN MONTANA Wmfa Qzocwy Congratulations to the Class of '50 ll ll X 4 , AX - - Service Sfafion . d 0 ' Q il- K ' . 7 o L 1 SCHOOL SUPPLIES Congratulatlons rf C Class of 50 44 GO L D EN 'Gx. Congratulations to the Class of 50 L Fon QUALITY MEN s WEAR VISIT THE C. O 56196 KWMWY Congratulations and Best Wishes INXPLENNENT To The Class of l950 From jZufzkcL,Uni'zy . ' gd ' Q O x Wm-N SAY N From e O-We 'IA- Cong ratulatlons G RE E N HO US ES THE CLASS OF 1950 Cuf Flowers Planfs Corsages on' co Lewlsfown Monfana Wholesale Agenf Phone 87 G R OERTLI uv w NTXV5 Q3 Th 0 O TO I ' ' R' K3 X DW L. v ' ,vf S MN A J i xl A ,XA of.-K ww W , I fy'-V' . 1 WJ,-.V B f,U"8N CAS 4 ,- XJ? , VIA ,rw ' '-'25, - I X"Vx ' -5 'wfvb If . ' ' if Q' A I 1 1 Q" 'E . ki I I df! - SCHOOL ANNUALS 1 Uayloz puma., a,..,..., Q . n I n l u , u iii I , a h ... k"' V -'---" V Ll, U' i , V V V A SKILLED CRAFTSMEN - MODERN EQUIPMENT and 35,000 SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA are combined io produce FINE SCHOOL ANNUALS for I400 schools in iweniy-ilfiree siaies E IZ A 111. 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Fergus County High School - Fergus Yearbook (Lewistown, MT) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 1

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