Flathead High School - Flathead Yearbook (Kalispell, MT)

 - Class of 1936

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XIIUNX N11 SIL DRI ,NI,Xl'lL7S FEA TURES WHEQEW III I Th1S the twent olu e The Ikgthead has beeh ed1te a L21 t pr ent an mterestlng 52,41 'md novel memolr 0 omg the pages oi tkus book We re a Show some of ! t e color an b autgf f e I nd1.-an m hm natural Qettmg 5 he Sta hopes l ff t e ed1t1011 1 of Flathead Cou ! Wmphdo W1sh that due conslderatlon an f s w, ?gLVE11"?i:J 'those members of the faculty and I de Ulbo ,Who have helped o VV fll t AI, l f 'Ky N . ,V A ' - ff I J . A , J o ' 3, f ' '. fx I ' ' 4 1 I., 'ff' NX Q 4 , I . s 3!!wU' haf . V A - o ' o w ut ' ' 3, , 9' If 4 1 K 1 A Aq4 T,'ff ,J , ' . "A v no Q - Q X XXV Y , ' ' . 'T 'X 'ii -- f 2. ef I -N 1 . ff - ge ' , 1 6 79' ,lie W he I I ' R-.J I, if D 1 f o f h - r Fl t ' ' '- ' :P rr th f U 'lf if' bl hld th 'd 1 wor Y o com Xe q W .48 4 e 1 ea S X la !! 1' tfllfjvxi It 1 N l . . 6 flf . A f 2 . 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'I Hu,"v11' 5' 'IK' ll'l TXT' SI .I prix: .' , . , . , , , ,I ,I ., .. ., THE 1936 FLATHEAD 7 THE l936 FLATHEAD "-' 1,-"".T""' af-fm III gl Oldlllllllv lt ls lmposslblt to say lllythlng dllluent by way of gleetlng Thls lllllk llowevel l cm speak wlth all emphasls whlch IS somewhat dlffelent be cause thls IS as you know my last 'seal at Flathead and my last EXIJISSSIOH of stntlment IH the Annual It 18 not easy llol pleasant to leaxe an lnstltutlon whele one has 11VEd hls llie lol twelve yeals Flathead Countx Hlgll School has got lnto my blood and I plobablv nevel wlll be able to get lt out No othel lnstltutlon IS nearly so dear to me Thls Lan haldly be an unblased statement natulally but lt does seem to me that the lnstltutlon has made pl ogress dullng the last few years The fact of the new bulldlng ls 0bV10llS and a new bulldlng should ln fact It must mean a new school rl new oppolturlltv new 1Ct0lTlDllShlYlPl'ltS F1118 next Ytdl wlll see a new ldlllllllstlatlon Let us hope that thls wlll brlng some deslrable changes ln admlnlstratlon and supervlslon I am expect mg too that the student body and the faculty wlll QIVE thelr utmost by way of Looperatlon There IS no other way ot maklng and keeplng Flathead at the top ' sd- k Y 'nu fl- - 1 I PL! 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Q v THE 1936 FLATHEAD S PR1lNC1lPA1L PAYN113 '1l'1EMlP'1L1ETON M1 Penne lunpleton took UX61 the 111e11111,1111e11t ot th1N sLl100l twelve yea1N ago He sta1ted w1th cl g1eat deal less than we now heme and th1ough hand W01k has bllllt a good educat1o11a1 cente1 and 1 communttx 1111de H1s reputatlon tl'1lOLl1:,l'lOLll the stxte 15 th'1t ot cl Gentleman 111cl 1 stholn He h1N pe11o1med 1114111 llld 1 111Ld f11t1x1t11N 111 111N LJlOlLbN10l'1 beN1des the 1n1r1.1gement ot Olll school 'V11 T11n1111ton tounded the St1t1 Musm Meat 11111011 s smpc buornp t lt 1 NU N11xLc 1N P11N1d111t 111 lllt Mont 1111 c Q 1 l0I1 ASSOLIL-111011 111e111b11 111 1141111 111 Ctllllllll 111 9 1 11111 Inland Empue Te1che1s ANSOL1llltJ11 Plbsldilil. ot 1111 Mo11t1n1 bouetw f0l thc, Study ot Educ1t1on 1nd C,l1I11I'1ld11 111 the No1t11w1Nt Ac11Ld1t1n AsNo111t1on fOl ont111f1 H 1cLe1xLd hls 'Xl11Nte1 N d1.,1e1 1x11s1 x o C1111.,11 Clllll 16 bLlIHI116I ot 1932 lllllb th1 N1111111111 lI1OI1T.ll's IL 11N 1 Q11 tc Ill 11151 Classes 1t the UDlVC1Slty ot Mont 1111 gently 1 1 s been e1t 1 fltle to Wash1ngtoh D C to make 11l111s 1111 1 N1t1o1111 Yout11 Sutxu lnt, and Larnplng, t11ps ot the tacultx so 111 111111111111 ltll K. 111f1xe1 M1 Templetons svmpdthetu u11de1st1nd111g, ot young, people and than D10lJ lems has won hun a place 1n the hea1ts ot 111 who came 111 Contact vuth 111111 No matte1 xxhethe1 one consultmc, Vxllh M1 Templeton was 1xo111ed 1111411111 dI1gG1Qd O1 detendmg YHlbCOIldLlCf he met the some 1111111 sagdmous llld L1lldt'1 standmg DGISOYI who made txoubles seem t11x111 IS 11 1t'bL1ll ot l'11S u111te1e-1111 He contlnuully 1nsp11ed hls teachus to do bettu wo1k 1nd to 1dx 1IlLt t11e111s11x1N D1OfLSSlOI'1dllW He stood betunen hls pL11J1lb O1 t1 1Lhe1N 11161 1111 11111111 L1lllLlS11l that they oLL1s1on1llv 11111 j2,lXtI'l 1111111 OLll.SlClt bux tll e 11 1111 11 IL es eem 01 tht 1111111 QUlY11'1ll1I1llN th1t lxlll l 11111111111 lV1 Templeton 1 IK st1u1t1d 111 1111 good 1 1d 111 111 llllt 1 N Pl ool IH the twtlxe w1'11N 111 1 d 11 11111 1 lt 1 N lCt11 N 1 tuulty ot F1e1the1d County H1,11 SL1111111 10111 111 w1N11111 1 11 L11sN 111 N new lOC8tlO1'1 IS Nu11e11ntende11t ot 1111 He1e111 N11111111N W 11111 successful the-1e as 111 has bet I1 111 1111 N111 1111 . . of f 1 CN ' 1' of ' 1 . .t .v. , '1, 1 , . , 1. 2 jf, ' 'S S. ,x ,L, 1 . 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T111 311 1- tp lllfl li - ' ' ' z 1' 'ff . - Q ' ' ' LQ 111 1-1'1-1'-1' s11"1.',' ' 111: 1 ' 1 5 1 -' ' 1 1 2 ." 1- 1 1- 111- will 111' :ns F' QW www? THE 1936 FLATHEAD af W3 ww A GRACE BALDWIN Few thlngs are 1mposs1b1e to d111g6I1C6 and w111 Uf11X76TS1ty of Montana M A B Enghsh Stage Claft Art UNA BARBER Montana State College B S Home Economlcs Blology IRILNE. BERC Who L molds all Ldlb took cap xvt Wlllamette Unlx elslty B A UNIX L ISIIQ ot Montana M A Enghsh LI' OR A BRADSHAW Eltgant as szmph 1ty and vtarm as ecstacy UHIXVGISIIX ot Montana B A Unlxersltv oi Southern Cal M S OJBUE And what he gleatly thought he noblv daxed UH1XGlS1ty ot Montana B A Enghsh Journahsm MILDRED DORSEY Shes pretty to walk Wlth and Wltty to talk Wlth UH1VBYS1ty of Montana B A Glrls Phys1ca1 Educatlon ,W ?j"f1"'f'f"'1.4 H , . . . ,, in 1 ' ,X f a ' - S' . ,. -A t.t. . Wa A 5 A S o o M The first thought IS often best ftgwfotm A H 1 , N . N 1 ,vb ' f , .., ,A 5.5 f a i, ,... ,. ,. -A . Y, t. X.- , . fvff"- E A 'H' ' ' ' ' . . Sit 51' ' ' .. , . , . . C. , . . ,N . Y' . Y 1. A , ' I . 1 45 A. . . , - A . M gs . X ' , , ' . ' I 'B QX, ' . . 3 , I . GK 7 ' ' ' va 5 I , A u . . .MWQLV . M lf' THE 1936 FLATHEAD AGNES FIELD Never 1dle a moment but thufty and thoughtful of others St Olaf College B A UH1VClSlty of Callfornla Mathematlcs GIFIS Co op EDWARD A FLOTTMAN Attaxn the unattaxnable Kansas State Teachers College Asst Pr1nc1pal Sc1ence EDITH GECK Facts are stubborn thlngs Unlverslty of Idaho M S B Ill1no1s State Normal Hlstory GUSSIE GILLILAND Syllables govern the World UHIVCTSIIY of Montana B A Engllsh CHESTER GOOD Man of pol1te learnlng and edu catlon Montana State College B S Manual Trammg Mathematlcs MILDRED GRAXVE We turned oe1 many books gether UD1VGFSlty ot Montana B A I 1brar1an ll flzf f'7 U - ,- ' , sv V7 ' ' 7 I f , 5 A , v ' ' ' ? ', ' 4 t . 1 , if ., , sz - - vw u A b f ' I A 1 if ' 3' ,' A A A I A 1 I 4 rl . , H I A I ' M 1 , A I KL ' ' - , I ' u M ' , u v . . to- ' ' V I v J ' ' ,' ,' A " , fm' '- , 1 ' V11 ' 11 ' THE 1936 FLATHEAD aww J 5 302 nm. 'Q J. AWWA K The glory of a firm CBDBCIOLIS mmd Umverslty of Wash1ngton Washmgton State Oregon State Colorado Teachers College Cheney Normal Shorthand Typmg HARRY KAUFFMAN My own thoughts are my com pan1ons Wntenburg College B A Umxerslty of Chlcago Agr1culture Boys Co op FRED KELSER MUSIC IS the unlwerbal language of mankmd lntexmountam UDIOH College B A Otterbme Un1xers1ty B M Musxc IRENL LEALH Hel volce was ever soft gentle and low Montana State College B S Home Econom1cs MARGARET MCGEE Fox all her luxury was domg good Welleeley College B A Un1xers1ty ot M1Ch1g3H M A SCIGHCG Engllsh STEPHEN MATTESON 'Who was our gulde, phllosopher, and tr1end', Unlverslty of W1SCOHSlH B S B1010gy, Soclology I V r. y I N WWE I '. ,,-I, A V. ,-' ,J 4 ftiikxllaikfffllf I " VV r 1, ,Vg 'CM :U H NJM,iL?,Mvg fJ - , ' V " - 'iff-M-1 7 " I V' V all 'V 'I 7 - LT .fm ?v'1 3' -4: if . I V . 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U , 1 17 J "Y , THE 1936 FLATHEAD RUSSELL MERRITT One thlng 1S forever good that one thlng lS Success Umverslty of Montana B A Bookkeepmg Commercxal Law MARY MILLER Gentle of speech benencent of mmd Unlversxty of Montana Potts Busmess College Admmlstratlon ANN MOSER W1th a manner calm and heart smcere Umverslty of Montana B H1story Debate TOM RICHARDSON He knows what IS what Speech Enghsh ERTEL SHATWELL Magnus fortunam magnus an1 mus decet Iowa State Teachers College B A Un1vers1ty of Cahfornua Forelgn Languages C H SCHERF No man was ever wxse chance Baldwm Un1vers1ty B S Un1vers1ty of Chxcago M Socxal Studles 13 KK ' ' a I' ' ' . A. Washington state Co11ege.B. A. C5 ' Q ' I ' ' 1 s. THE 1936 FLATHEAD fy 3 5: it J ,ww A fm as 'V EVA SYRE 'And but herself admlts parallel UYl1X6lS1tj ot Nolth Dakota M A B S H1stors DONALD TRELOAR Wlt now and then struck smart ly shows a Spalk Intexrnountam College B A Commerclal J G VAN AMBURGH The world laughs and I frown Washlngton State College B A Mathernatlcs Orchestra SIGURD B WENAAS Hovx much folly there IS ln hu man afTa1rs Montana State College B S Muslc Band Math FRANCIS WILSON A man full of coulage also fu of falth Montana State College B S Un1vers1ty of Southern Callf Athletlcs Physlcal Educatxon fff 04-P' W I ' ' ' - A T10 A . ' V v1 - ' , . ' . ' . V - at - . . ff A A ' 'A A 'jfsfi ,-xg A ., Vs. l ' , ' Q flffff,f1 M , . ' , , 1 v ' p ' ,, 'ff 'f -:gf 1 ' ,V 4: A f A A W A I 1' -,Li ,L ' Y .- , ' v . V H v . . - I ' midi , , A V, V . : U 1 Q ' 1 , V ' 5 . , ,, V! . ,, , ' A 1 -if ' ' - ' ' Si' 4 - . . ' f wx, , , Q .tty-5, , e V 2 , I , ,wt 5 4,42w,, 7 f VU5L, f . - ' ' 655' W J wf . V' , V - , Q'-jig V M I A , ' , , JA zzg 9 'V ' , I Q1 ', ' :M 3 1 V ' , 445' I ,A 'A A gf' A w ' - V , , A H 'A -1- 2 ff. , ,',:'l,5' ,,gs Ai .. :ii , Y yi if A A X PZ-A f f 7.5 ,lf , .LV ,ive . -,i ,.,, f .i x ,fl ,A . fI14af.e. 'f A w' ?"""",f,g1f' ' " , , - -.11 g. 3- ,gg f f... , X H f xii? 1' , ,ff '4 'ffZ'.'-? v.' X , -, ' ff' ,f ' " , 'ft -ff' ' . it A f" N. " - . 1 , . , ' w 1 14 ' THE 1936 FLATHEAD I 3 X J ,wwf Fx NA7"""Z'M, -P' 0-041 D 4 Wim, 1 'B 3 9 ,f AUS- ,Nav 15 is , iff? 3 ,-. 1-if-',"1r-QM' Wwwg, I ' fm' W HP' b?immm 2 ! 5 1 . 53 gf! 1 I, x.. ' , ' ' ffi A 'ix A , H Q A 91+ ig: ' Y E W 5" V ' ' K f i ' ,.,gm qQQg 5? 1 V 1 ' ' " yggggfg xx ' ' ' ,W :-' A 2 Q' fl A 1 .-.v s .M 4 Aw - fm. X t ve A ,gui f ijff n f .,', -2'.' 4 5 f w.w11:z222wf5?'9'? - "ii f - I , 5 --..,. ,Q if ' f ,-." - '--fA-Lgffjk' -. ,. .. 'x , ,fig "-: , ,. ,gy ' E .,.,.,., Lx ,,.,:.- 'gf ' 4 ,ifxivjl Q . , .:, : '- . . . 4 .1,, ., -If R 9' Ti, 2 3 . af , wif: ,: a ' !.Q f '- V f .- . Q, age". . I ,- - -. Q QV-V'V-1-, L 'sg , '- l, f '," P EIMS UH? BE PRESIDENT C' EORGI' WOOD tlVIe1tl The world was not complete until I came l-lathead Stall 3 4 Masque and Dag z., 3 GIOWIHQ Palns 3 Toma hawks Z 3 4 Debate 4 Basketball Mgx 4 Student Counul 3 VICE Ples Class 3 SFCRETARY FRANCES PRICE tPmkeyl Drmk to her that each loves best ADDIHOKWIS 3 4 See Mauonette Club Sec Treas Class l 2 Flath a Stati 4 Glrls Glce Club 1 Z Hunk lebeuy Fmn 3 Clowmg Palns 3 Applesauce 4 ll VICE PRESIDENT IILIVIAN IARSON KTLLIIIGJ Infmlte rxches ln a little room Spolts Ed1to1 1936 Flathead 4 Stu dent Counml 3 4 App1nokw1s4 Hon oraly F Club l Ples Math Clubl Football I 2 3 Basketball I 2 3 S C ond IH Gonmal Sclence ln State Scholarslnp Contest l TREASURER DOROTHY GORTON lDotJ li vou would be loved love and be lovable Home EL Club 3 4 P165 Hom EC Club 4 I . I A .. - .. 1. . . " .. . . - mel. .4 , A. .' " 1 , . , --- , , 'I lj' , ,, .. . . . ,, . - -Q V - --' --, Q- . H .A . 5 TJ wx V A7 .I - vv Z, .- . , -, ed ' ' ' 1 -' U 1- . , -, I . . nc' , . . .. u V - 1, Q l ZKHFAD RICHARD BAILEY So much one man can do that does both act and know Ag Club 12 3 4 Pres Ag Club 3 Sent1nel 4 3rd Place D1str1ct Stock Judgmg Contest 2 Football 1 2 Track 4 Ag Club Basketball 3 SYLVIA BAKER Who greets all with a smlle Rock Falls Townshlp Hlgh School Illmoxs l 2 3 ADELINE BARRY My eyes make day dreams when they are shut Commerclal Club 3 GLENYCE BERGMAN To be slmple IS to be great Gxrls Athletlc Club 12 3 4 G1rls Basketball 3 4 DOROTHY BERGT 4Dotb The dlmple that thy chln contalns has beauty ln lts round Masque and Dagger 3 4 MOVIE Club 4 G1rls League 2 3 Flathead Staff 4 W1nner of State Busmess Womens Poster Contest 4 BETTY BERNARD Gentle of speech benlficent of mind Masque and Dagger 3 Home Ec Club Student Counc1l 4 Flathead Arrow 3 4 Declamatlon 2 Debate 3 4 DEAN BERRY CEdy He was ever precxse ln promlse keepmg Masque and Dagger 3 Camera Club 2 3 Flathead Arrow 3 Tra k 2 3 4 Class Basketball 2 3 4 Growmg Pams 3 Her Name Montana 4 ELLEN BLAIR Wont someone do something 6XCltlI1g'7 Masque and Dagger 3 4 Hom Ec Club 4 MOVIE Club 4 HOWARD BLAKENBERG 1HowardJ A comrade nelther ,loom nor merry Ag Club Report r 4 Hom Room Pres 2 LORRAINE BOND fLa1ryb Ard when once the young heart of a maiden lS stolen the m lden her self w1ll steal after lt Marlonette Club 2 Masque and Dag ger 3 4 Home Room Pres 3 Home Room Sec 4 G1rls Glee Club 2 3 l 5 N T E 9 F I Ki 9 S! . ' ' ' , . . , . , , - -3-4. I ll ' ' S9 . , ' ' . Sl !! Gi ' ' Y! - , - - , - - - v ,, . . . . . ,, . , I- , 7 - I 7 - - , GE ' ' S! , 7 . ' . 4, Pres. of Senate 3, AppxnokW1s 4, Y - Y ! - ' ,, . . . ' !! , , 0 - - y , V , H ' - - I ' VY LL 1? , . li I ' . . . ,, - , ' e . f , v' . U - A -1. ss O Q . , , - GK . , . . 9. - , .. ' - rs . 7 N- - 7 ' 7 . , I THE 1936 FLATHEAD INEZ BRAATEN CSwedeJ 'Our thoughts and our conduct are our own Commerc1al Club 3 Masque and Dag ger 3 Home EC Club 1 2 BARRY BRAUNBERGER CProfD Almost to all thlngs could he turn hls hand Derbv Club 2 Masque and Dagger 4 Band 2 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 Football 3 4 Tlack 23 4 Class Basketball 3 4 Moue Club 4 FRED BROEDER Ill never stop tll I get to the top the best Teton Countv Hlgh School l 2 3 Extemp Speakxng 4 BETTY BRUCKHAUSER 4B1ll1e7 We were learnmg whle we lau,hed Mauonettes 2 Masqu and Daggel 3 4 G11 ls League l Arrow Staff 4 Glu. Club l 2 3 A Cappella 4 Jumol Plom Commlttee 3 Semor Ball Com lT11t19C 4 MARGARET BUCK Merrnlw merrllg shall I llve now Home EL Club 2 3 4 Masque ard DIQQQI 3 WERNLR BULK CAbu Ben Adamj Fxervthmg he does he does well and he does evervthlng Busmess M221 1936 Flathead 4 Class Plts 3 Ples of Tomahawks 4 Pres ol S nate 4 F Club 3 4 Flathead Debate Z 3 4 Athletlcs l 2 3 4 Tom lhaxx ks 2 3 4 WARD BLCKINGHAM CPeteJ None but himself can be his parallel Pxcs Student Councll 4 V1ce Pres Studtnt COUHCI1 3 Student Cour1c1l R p 1 Z F Club 3 4 Appmokwls 3 4 Tomabavuks 24 Football 12 DORA BURTON The mirror of all courtesy Home Room Pres 3 4 Fathead Ar low 2 3 A Cappella 2 3 CFRTRUDE BUSCH Wlth a manner ca m and a h art sincere Home Ec Club l 2 3 4 MUS1C Club 1 G11ls Glee Club l 2 CHARLES BYERS CChu kb Not In the roll of common m n lVIa11on tte Club 2 F Club 4 Sec Treas of Class 3 Student Coun 1l Rep 2 Sports Ed1to1 Flath ad A low 4 Football Mgr 3 4 Basketbal 1 2 3 4 Growmg Palns 3 S Y! , - , . - . 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A THE 1936 FLATHEAD DOROTHY CALTA CDotJ As merry as the day IS long Polson Hlgh School 1 2 BEE CARR fBuzzJ Charms strlke the slght but ment wms the soul Tomahawks 2 3 Lyceum Bureau 3 Seruor Glee Club 4 MUSIC Club 2 Glrls Glee Club l RU'lH LOUISA CARR A llves may know her gentleness and grace Home Ec Club 4 MILDRED CAVERLY CB1ond1e7 She IS friendly and slncere Somers Hlgh l 2 3 GERHARD CHRISTENSEN fGayJ I hve for fun its fun to hve Somers Hlgh School l 2 3 FRED CUSICK steal through life In my own quiet way Future Faxmers 2 3 THELMA DENNY Frowned blushed and then was married 3 4 Masque and Dagger 3 GEORGE DE YOUNG A llttle mlschlef by the way Is fun to spice each day Ag Club 2 3 4 MOVIE Club 4 F F A Convent1on Delegate 3 4 GAYLE DRAPER And stlll they gazed and slll their wonder grew That one small head cou d carrv all she knew ApplI1OkW1S 4 Masque and Dagger 3 4 Scrlbblers Club 3 4 ASSI tant Edxtor of Flathead Arrow 4 Carbon County H1gh School 1 2 DOLORIS DUFOUR So sweet a face such angel grace MOVIE Club 4 Lyceum Bureau 4 Somers Hxgh School 12 3 ll - U! 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Club 1-2- . - , . xx ' ' ' , ' ll - - 7 A v ' ' ,, . ,. . , 4 - U . . . , X - v '- ' va ' 1 U A , ll 7, , . 1-I K THE 1936 FLATHEAD GORDON DUKLETH fDukeJ Everyone IS the son of hls own work Masque and Dagger 3 WALT DUNN CTugglesJ 'Rich ln the grace that all men des Strong m the power all Women adore Pres Class 2 Student Councll Rep 4 Tomahawks 2 3 4 F Club Masque and Dagger 3 4 Football Basketball I 2 3 4 GRACE EDWARDS QGFHCIGD The grass stoops not she treads on It so hghtly Tw1n Blldgeb Hlgh School 1 2 LEONE EMERY lscretlon of speech IS greater than eloquence Masque and Dagger 3 4 A Cappella 2 3 Cxowlng Palns 3 Huck Fmn 3 Hel Name Montana 4 MARX EMMERT fPatD For she was Jes the qulet klnd Whose nature never varles Flathead Stafl 4 Camera Club 2 Home EC Club 3 Glrls Athletlc Club I am charmed by your neatness of person Pres of Home Room 4 G1rls Glee Club l ERNESTINE FLANERY Those smlllng Irxsh eyes Fo1t Benton H1gh 4 SILVIO FOPP CGu1ssepp1J Tls good to be merry and wlse Somers Hlgh S hool 1 2 Home Room Pres 4 Student Councll Rep 4 Class Basketball 3 4 Sclence Club 3 FRED FRY qPh1lbertJ There may have been greater men than I but I doubt It F Club 3 4 Tomahawks 12 3 4 Home Room Pres 1 3 A Cappella 1 Football 12 3 Her Name ontana 4 Flathead Axrow 4 RUTH GARDINER fRuth1eJ Who makes herself loved by her sweet modesty Marxonette Club 2 Masque and Dag ger 3 4 App1DOkW1S 3 4 Sec Treas ofApp1nokw1s 4 Flathead Staff 4 1rls Glee Club 1 2 A Capp lla 3 Huckleberrv Flrn 3 Al it v ' ' 37 ' ' ' ire, . ,,, - y . . 1-3- y , - - y .1 ., 3-4, - . 3-4, - - - . , . it " , ' D! HD' ' ' , Y! ' - 7 n AK 1 ' ' H SA ' 'V ' v I 1 A6 ' I ' ' . ' I! . , 2. BERNICE FITZGERALD .. 09 . y I , . CI ' ' ' Q! ll! ' ' 97 l I1 - t r , '. , . , . . , v A ll ' Y! as Sv , l - 5 - - - 7 - ' , ' 2-4, - - -4, A' M ' , ' . i . 66 Y! Y - ' l ' y ." . G- , . - G . it A - vu Q 5 ' , . . fl f 1 ,4.,J-e, J Ajvff .ff f I I f IL-L XT. ,Ji ,y fk1?fE,l.,Ab"s THE 1936 FLATHEAD ,GJ I HELEN GIBB fPee weep Llttle but oh my' Mus1c Club 1 2 Mar1on tte Club 2 3 Masque and Dagger 3 4 Huckleberry F1nn 3 Growlng Palns 3 Her Name Montana 4 HERMAN GRAUMAN fHermJ Masque and Dagger 3 4 Flathead Arrow 3 Her Name Montana 4 Glee Club 1 4 A Cappella 4 PAUL GROSSWILER CPaJ Absent ln body but present m splrlt Ag Club 1 2 Football 2 3 4 WILLIAM E GUST CB111yJ Young Lochmvar has come out of the west Of all the brave gallants this kmght was the best Mar1onettes 2 Arrow Staff 3 Band 4 Football 2 3 HAZEL GUY Where love and dutv clash let duty go to smash Glrls Athletlc Club 3 4 V1ce Ples Glrls Athletlc Club 4 Home Ee Club 1 2 3 4 Flathead Arrow 3 L11l6S of the F1eld 2 Somers H1gh School 1 FLAVIA A HALPIN fF1uf'fJ Thus world was made for fun and frollc Fergus County H1gh School 12 3 F1rst All State Band Flute Sololst 4 Drum Major Band 4 Orchestra 4 Leader of G1rls Dr11l Team 4 Chalr man of Senlor Ball ORVILLE HALVERSON am sure cares are enemies of llfe Huckleberry Fmn 3 LAURENE HANS True wlt IS nature to advantage dressed Home Ec Club 1 2 3 4 Vice Pres ot Home Fc Club 3 4 Comme1c1al Club 12 3 4 Home Room Sec 2 3 G1 ls Glee Club 1 2 3 A Cappella 2 3 Al MA HANSON fAlb Good nature and good sense must ever Jom Masque and Dagger 3 Musl Club 1 Home Ee Club 1 Home Room Sec 4 Growmg PHIHS 3 Movle Club 4 RUTH HARDAWAY "It IS tranquil people who accompllsh work " Glrls' Glee Club 1 2, Mus1c Club 1, G1rls' Athletlc Club 2 3, Pres Glrls' Athletlc Club 3, GIFISY League 1, Gxrls' Basketball 3 4 21 I 4- 1 1 fl!! I I , , 1 : " ,111 ' A " ' 1. -f' - ' rl, l nfl, -!. I . . , F - Q ' , f- 1 I, . ..,- , I4 , 5 ,-,, L1 f..-, , je-, ., . L . . i. , , 1 I , I I , J ,f ' -4 ' -- ' - 4 ,, ,' " ' ' ' ' L' J- - :V - - N.. -4 H' - ' ' -' , --2 -fine ,I 1 , I KK ' !! - , l ' y 9 ' , - it , - U .1 - - H .. , , 3 KK 57 Men of few words are often the best. ' 1 .. H , , - y , ,, . . . . ,, - , - - A IK l ' , , ' Y! , , , if . , !! . , . . 1 - , 1 , . - - - A6 . U "' 1 Y . ,, . , . IK ' ' 99 - - 1 ' 1 , , . , , . , III ' ' !I , . LK ' 77 u ' ' U - - - , . ,I 4 . ' , ' ' . Y - - - , . - , 1 - - V - I 1 J Li ' ' sv ' 'fi 9 t' 3 it ' ' av ' , L . - THE 1936 FLATHEAD ROBERT HARRINGTON fChokerJ When humanity begms to thmk lt stops havmg fun Derby Club 12 Home Room Vlce Pres 4 Student Councxl Rep 4 Foot ball 2 RENA HATTON Deeds not words Flathead Arrow 4 Glrls Basketball 3 MINNIE HEDSTROM And even her f3llll'lgS to vlrtue leaned Home EC Club 1 2 3 Marlonettes 2 Masque and Dagger 3 RUTH HERZOG QRedJ Vlvaclty IS her greatest charm Home Room Vxce Pres 3 Gxrls Bas ketball 3 4 Mmot Hlgh School 1 2 DUNCAN HILTON fDuncJ Agreed to dltfer Football Basketball Track l 2 3 4 Home Room Pres l 2 3 Vlce Pres Math Club l Flathead Photographer 3 4 AC1X6I11SlIlg and BUSINESS Mgl Allow 3 4 Sen1o1 Play 4 Pres Cam era Club 3 KIWHHIS Cup 3 Marlon ettes 2 GEORGE T HODSON CGregJ But a merrler man I never chanced to talk wlth HILMA HOVE Speech IS great but sllence IS better Mar1on ttes 2 Masque and Dagger 3 4 Chrlstmas at Slovskys 3 Vlce Pxes Home Room 3 VERNON HUCK CSancl Monkey! Art thou not he whom men cal llght of love" Flathead Arrow 3 F Club 4 Foot ball 12 3 4 Track 3 4 Class Bas ketball l 2 3 4 Huckleb rry F1nn 3 Growlng Pa1ns 3 Her Name Montana 4 ROBERTA HUME CBertb She left a path of g ory on her way to the altar A st Edltor of Flathead 4 Debate 3 Senate 3 Home Ec 1 2 Gle Club 2 Honorary F Club 2 DOLORES HUSO fK1d Husoj Merrlly l1ve and long Masque and Dagger 3 Gle Club 3 Shelby Hlgh 1 2 Home Room Offl Cer 4 H . . . , l ' 71 ' s . , - w ' If I! , . ' 1 , , H ' ' ' if ' - - ! 9 A6 v 1 . 11 . , ' - ' - I il ' !! ' 1 1 - - - 7 . ' - , . 7 . - , . . , . .. - , . , I , 5 7 - li ' ' , ' I! Camera Club 2-3, Home Room Pres. 4. 56 ' ' ' !9 ' 0 " 3 44 ' 5 75 ' - Q V , u I ' - 17 .. H - , . - - - , - y .. - - - 1. ,J H , e Ai ' ' vw tl ' 1 Y LK ' D! C . - . , , . - Q , - , 2 , .1 H OK ' ' il a 9 "' Y' - , - THE 1936 FLATHEAD HARRY ISCH My thoughts and I are of another world Band l 2 3 4 Orchestra l M LOUISE ISCH A manner ca m and a heart smcere Home Ec Club 13 4 Glrls Glee Club 2 CHARLES JEFFRIES Not that I love studv less but I love fun more Derby Club 1 2 Masque and Dagger 3 ELEANOR JESSUP Its nlce to be natural when you re naturally mee Glrls Glee Club 2 Mauonett s 2 Home Econorm s Club 3 HELEN JORGENSEN Sllence IS wisdom I am sllent then Marxonettes 2 Masque and Dagger 3 4 Home Ec Club 4 Llbrary Assls tant 2 3 4 MOV19 Club 4 Glrls Glee Club 1 MYRNA KELLY I muse on Joy that w1'l not cease 12 Glrls Gle Club l SUZEE KING fB11ght Eyes! Hall to thee bllthe splrlt' Art Edltor of Flathead 4 Cheuy Fcs t1val PPIHCGSS 3 Major Produ tlons 123 4 VICE Pres Applrokwls 4 Student Councll Rep 4 Engl1shSchol arshlp Contest l Cheer Leader 4 Masque and Dagger 3 4 EILEEN KIRKELIE Sweet and stately and with all the grace of womanhood Marlonettes 2 Masque and Dagger 3 LESLIE KJGS fCa hoo? Ambition has no rest Class Basketball 2 Football 3 AGNES KNUTSON A good name IS rather to be chosen than great riches Home hconomlcs 4 Masque and Dag ger 4 It i7 - - - , l u I 3 - - an - , - - ' ' s . 4 ll CK 9 ' ! ' I! . , -. C , - , . 'C . 66 ' ' ' n ' !! , . , - , l v - . . , - - 7 Y KI ' I ' !! Commercial Club 3, Home Ec. Club - , ' e . IK ' ' ' ' Il , . . Y .tv Y Q , Q ' ' ' y . A A , . , . - , , I6 ' U! , . c if ' . H , q ' nl ' ' !! Y - 23 THE 1936 FLATHEAD BERNICE KOEGLER That halr more black than ash buds m the front of March Home EC Club 1 2 3 4 Masque and Dagger 3 4 MARGARET LAIRD fPeggyJ As merry as the day IS long Department Edltor of 1936 Flathead 4 Masque and Dagger 3 4 Huckle berry Flnn 3 Her Name Montana 4 Downmgtown Pennsylvama Hlgh School 2 NORMAN LAURICH fAnnabelleJ He has everything bralns happmess and ablllty what else does one need" Edltor Flathead 4 Pres of Appxnok wxs 4 Home Room Pres 4 Student Councxl Rep 4 F Club 3 4 Flat head Arrow 3 Football 12 3 4 GFOWIHQ Palns 3 ANNA LEE Alwavs quiet but smllmg Home EC Club 2 3 4 Masque and BLANCHE LEE fWestl Farr sllm and sunny Masque and Dagger 3 ROGER LEE fMan Mountalnj I am never less alone than by myse f Home Room Sec 3 A Cappella 3 4 Chr1stmas at Slovskys Why Grandma 3 BEVA LESTER A merry heart doeth good like medlclne GlFlS Glee Club 12 Glrls Athletlc Club 1 HAROLD LOUDEN Everv man should measure himself by his own standards Clrculatlon Manager of Flathead Ar row 3 4 Boys Glee Club 1 Harmon lca Band 1 BEATRICE MADSON Whose bright eyes ram lnfluence Glrls Athletlc Club 2 Masque and Dagger 3 4 Wenatchee Washmgton H1gh School 1 KENNETH MADSEN CKennyJ I am a part of all that I have met Derby Club 1 VICE Pres Home Room 4 Class Basketball 2 24 KI ' 1 ' H ' - - - 1 if ' 71 L6 7 - 7 - ' H L6 Y7 . Q . . ,, . . . 5 ! ' ' T if . ' ' - 7 ' 7 ' 64 77 ' 7 - 1 - 7 - - - 9 H ' ' Y! Cl ' ' ' !! . t ' " , Dagger 4, Glrls' Glee Club 1-2. IK ' ' !! , , . K6 I IP ' 7 - 1 ll ' 7 77 H 3, 1 ll ' ' ' sn . , . , . - , A ii ' - ' li Y - Y y - 66 ' ' ' Q! , Y A - 7 7 1 R il !l , . , . THE 1936 FLATHEAD MARGARET MANAGHAN CMagg1eJ The ways that wm the arts that please Marlonette Club 2 Masque and Dag ger 3 Glrls Glee Club 1 2 Huckle berry Flnn 3 DORIS MARKEN fDodyJ I leave thy pralses unexpressed Marlonette Club 2 Vlce Pres Masque and Dagger 3 ADDIHOKWIS 4 Student Councll Rep 1 3 4 Home Room Pres 4 Queen of Cherry Festwal 3 A Cap pella 2 3 4 Glrls Glee Club 1 2 O D MARTIN A comrade who makes all happy Polson Hlgh 12 3 Band 4 Class Basketball4 Arrow Staff4 Footbal14 GERTRUDE METCALF fGert1eJ Be wlse today tlS madness to defer Home Ec Club 1 2 3 4 Pres Home Fc Club 4 G1rls Glee Club 1 ROGER METCALF Truest friend and noblest foe GERALDINE A MEYER A llfe that moves to gracious ends Marionette Club 2 Masqu and Dag ger 3 Harmomca Band 1 Growmg PHIHS 3 Huckleberry Flnn 3 OPAL MILLER CSoapyb Thy modestys a candle to the merit Home Ec Club 3 4 Glrls Glee Club 1 HELEN MILLS Oh your sweet eyes your soft rep leS Masque and Dagger 3 4 Hom E Club 2 Camera 2 Commerclal Club 2 1936 Flathead ALICE MONTGOMERY l'he world IS brlght whlle you remain Commerc1al Club 3 Mar1on ttes 2 Masque and Dagger 3 ROBERT MOOERS CBobJ What should a man do but be m rry" Masque and Dagger 3 4 Huckleberry Fmn 3 Her Name Montana 4 9 wwf? If ' , !l . y - ' 7 ll 7 - Y - - U KK ' Y! , . , , . ' ' , . 7 Y Y - - - - Y - , . :K ' !! I - - Y 1 , , - if ' . ! ' ,Y , - . - ' - , . Cy - , 1 ' 1 - , r 1 M . I I , 1 f I vt W oh! . u ' n I' f MA ' 1. lf. ' ,n I Future Farmers 2-3-4. I V ' fl Q 1, J lvl' 1 . X M I X u - - un ,l , qw' - Q - A., , - . H . l 1 7 ' 57 IL ' I7 , . C6 7 ' ,Y ' r . ' , . gg " ll I Y A ' - , . e c. , Y ... - - -A - U . , 0 X , v . ss 9. .99 - Li . , . THE 1936 FLATHEAD DORIS MUNTER Sllence lS more eloquent than words GIFIS Glee Club 1 A Capella 4 ORVILLE NASH Llve while you re voung and youll never grow old Whltetall Hxgh School 1 2 3 Ag Club 4 FLORENCE NEAS She cherlshed no petty resentments Home Ec Club 2 LE ROY NEIGH Better not be at all than not he noble Commerclal Club 3 ANNA NELSON I thought It most amusing Home EC Club 2 3 4 G1rls Glee Club 2 DOROTHY NELSON fDotJ Tls easy enough to be pleasant Home Ec Club 12 Girls Athletlc Club 2 3 Flathead Arrow 2 3 4 A Cappella 2 3 G1rls Glee Club 12 JEAN NESS Each mmd has lts own method Staft 4 EDITH NICHOLSON Worked wlth patience whlch seemed almost power Masque and Dagger 3 4 Scrlbblers 4 Senate 4 G1rls Basketball 3 4 Huckleberry Flnn 3 Polson Hlgh School l 2 ALFRED ODEGARD He was the mlldest mannered man Future Farmers 2 3 THOMAS PERRY CTepeeJ As became a graclous knlght was graclous to all ladles V1ce Pres Mar1onette Club 2 Toma hawks 12 3 4 VICE Pres Class 2 Student Councll Rep 2 3 4 Football 12 Track 12 Growmg Pams 3 Huckleberry Fmn 3 ft cc ' ' U - y , . 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' - 1 - V - - 1 . - ' Y - rs ' ' n Chester High School 1-2-3, Arrow ss ' ' ' !! . , - ' 5 Y - Y 11 , - H - , 1 as ' n as . . , ' ' n 1 ' , ' , - 1 ' ' ' 3 ' ' ' - - 7 KK ' ' S! - 7 - 5 ' fl - H THE 1936 FLATHEAD DOROTHY PETERSEN CDodesJ Oer the keys her fingers played Llke a breeze oer a, qulet lake MUSIC Club 1 2 3 XVICG Pres and Pres MUSIC Club 3 Home Room Sec 4 Orchestra 1 2 Lyceum Bureau 1 2 3 4 Applesauce 4 MARGARET E PICHA Not steppmg over the bonds of modesty Student Counc1l Rep 3 Home Ec Club 1 2 4 G1rls Athlet1c Club 1 2 Llbrary Asslstant 2 3 4 MAURICE QUESNEL Men of few words are the best men Aclvertlslng and Busmess Mgr A row 3 4 Track 2 Delbv Club 2 THELMA READ Beautv and worth allke ln her contended Muslc Club l Home EC Club 2 Dramatlc Club 2 Home Room PICS 4 G1rs Glee Club 12 G1 Sextet 2 DONALD REDPATH gDon5 Llfe IS a Jest and all thlngs show It I thought so once and now I know It DON RICHARDSON Sigh no more ladies Slgh no more Sta e Mana er Aud1to11um Theatre g S 4 Masque and Dagger 3 FLOYD RIDENOUR I learn and loaf at mv ease Math Club 1 JEAN ROBISCHON fShOXVE1S, Laugh and the world laughs with you Treas Marlonette Club 2 Sec Masque and Dagger 3 4 Tomahawks 4 Gnls League 2 3 Student Councll Rep 4 A Cappella 2 4 Hucklebeuy Fmn 3 Jun1or Prom Commlttee 3 RICHARD ROSE fR1Ch1Sl My superlor feelings twlce cover my size Football l 2 3 4 Basketball 1 Z 3 4 rackl234 Cu EARL KENNETH ROUSH Speak to hlm ladies see lf vou can move hlm Commerclal C ub 2 3 Ci 1 ' ! 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' U ,V THE 1936 FLATHEAD ALICE RUESCHELLE Devlse Wlt' Wrlte pen' Flathead Stafl 4 App1UOkW1S 4 Ly ceum 12 3 4 Declam 2 3 Movle Club 4 Masque and Dagger 3 Grow mg Pams 3 Her Name Montana 4 DE LOS SAVAGE CJack Pmeb matters not how long we llve but how Commermal Club 3 Masque and Dag ger 3 4 Flathead Arrow 3 4 A Cap pella 2 Grow1ng Palns 3 ChTlSt mas at Slovskys 3 Why Grandma 3 Huckleberry Flnn 3 BELLE SEARLE A companion that lS cheerful Cardston Alberta 1 2 G1rls Glee Club 3 A Cappella 3 Mus1c Club 3 Commerual Club 3 JUANITA SEXTON 4N1taJ A very merry laughing dancing glrl Marlonettes 2 Masque and Dagger 3 D11l1 Corps 4 Usher 4 Glee Club 1 Hel Name Montana 4 JOHN SHERMAN I mvself must mlx wlth action Masque and Dagger 3 Class Basket ball 1 2 3 Derby Club 1 2 GFORGE C SHOEMAKER lGregoryJ Wlt and wlsdom are born wlthaman A Cappella 2 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 LELA BELLA STAAB Unceasmg effort will wln out Masque and Dagger 3 RICHARD STEBBINS QStubbyJ How far that llttle candle throws his beam Mauonette Club 2 Masqu and Dag ge1 3 4 Asst Bus Mgr Flathead 4 Declam 1 2 3 4 Extemp Speak1ng4 PERRY STENSON fStensJ 0 Romeo Romeo' Wherefore art thou Romeoo I' Club 3 4 Masque and Dagger 31 Pres Hom Room 3 4 Stulent Louncll Rep 3 4 Football 3 4 Track 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Co1umb11a Falls High School 1 2 CLIFFORD STENSWICK CSwede7 Whatever IS worth doing IS worth domg well Somers Hxgh School 1 2 3 ca ' ' ' sy' x ' 1 - - 1 s ' - - - , . - , ca v 9 ' ' rv 44 vs , . 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' 1 " 1 - y - y 1 U , - . . 9 ' sy THE 1936 FLATHILAD MARGARET STREIT CTootsJ Be merry lf you are wlse Home Ec Club 4 Glrls Glee Club 1 A Cappella 3 THOMAS STROM CTomJ Hls friends there are many HIS foes are there any" Somers Hlgh School 12 3 Flathead Staff 4 Class Basketball 4 VERA SULLIVAN Howe re lt be lt seems to me Tls only noble to be good DANIEL SWANK CDanJ The slmple silent selfless man Is worth a world of tonguesters FERN SWITZER fFermeJ A bubblmg fountam of humor and of wlt Muslc Club 1 2 Lyceum Bureau 1 Mar1onette Club 2 Masque and Dag ger 3 4 Glrls Glee Club 1 2 Movle IRENE TAFT As fleeting and elusive as our dreams L1ma CMontJ Hlgh School 12 3 ELAINE TAYLOR A hght heart and a lovesome mem Masque and Dagger 3 4 Home Room Sec 1 MUSIC Club l GIFIS Gle Club 1 Dr1ll Team 4 FAYE THOMPSON QTommyJ Her looks a sprxghtly mmd dlsclose Great Falls Hlgh 1 Home Ec Club 2 3 Masque and Dagger 3 Gxrls Athlet1c Club 3 MARGARET THOMPSON CMarg7 Her vlolln will dlscours most elegant muslc Debate Club 4 Glrls Glee Club 4 A Cappella 4 Sprmg Brook fNorth Dakota? Hlgh School l 2 3 WAYNE THOMPSON Just a good looking good natured boy Future Farmers 3 Masque and Dag ger 3 '29 1 Ki ' ' !! , . - , ' 3 1 As ' ' D l ' Q! , . - - 7 , . if 3 ' ' ! 7 Q ' Y! IK ' ' , , 99 ll ' ' ' !9 ' r a . , Y .- , , Club 4, "Huckleberry Fmn" 4. CK ' ' !l H ' ' ,P ' u . . , A . 1, , , , . KK ' ' ' 3, , . , . ' 1 ' y ' 9 . . . . G ., ' ll - , , . , as U , . , - THE 1936 FLATHEAD RUSSELL VANDEVANTER He makes a solltude and calls lt- peace Future Farmers 3 ILYNN VICK Come west young man come west Evanston f1111no1sJ Townsh1p H1gh School 1 2 3 JOHN WATTERS LDopeJ Hall to the chlef who ln trlumph advances Sclence Club 3 Somels Hlgh 1 2 JAMES WEAVER QJ1mm1eJ The best man becomes a llttle better for bemg a llttle bad ery Club 1 Ag Club 1234 ootball 2 3 Track 3 Class Basket ball 2 Why Grandma 3 GRACE WELDON Falr wlthout faithful wlthm Home Ec Club 2 EDNA WLSTWANG She hath a wav to chase despair heal all grlef to cure all care A Capp lla 3 4 Her Name Montana 4 Lyceum Bureau 4 GEORGE WEST The heritage of a kmgly mlnd Somers Hlgh School 1 2 3 MELVIN WIK He wants an edu ation but not book learning ommerclal Club 2 3 Hom Room Pres 3 Asst Bus Mgr Flathead Ar row 4 Track 3 4 MARION WILLEY To know her IS to love her Home E Cub 2 3 4 Masqu and Dagger 3 4 1936 Flathead HAROLD WOLFF Be careful my lamb of this blg fellow Delby Club 1 2 SU at ' ' rs as n 9 1 - H . . . . n u ' - ' ss D b , . - - - , F - , , - ln v 11 H . . . . . ,, , . fs , ' . 1 - u To , . 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' , - . u ' n rv 1 , - Q - C. . , .., - ' ' U . . x 9 as THE 1936 FLATHLAD WAYNE MAHUGH The worlds my oyster Pres Ag Club 3 4 Pres Home Room 1 3 Second 1n State Da1ry Judgmg 2 LE ROY JONES CBoneyJ I have no time to date or dream Derby Club 1 Math Club 2 3 Sc1 ence Club 3 Home Room V1ce Pres 1 Football 1 2 THELMA SHEPPARD She preferred to be good rather than to seem so Harlem Hlgh 1 G1rls Ath1et1c Club ROY ROOT Every man for hlmself The devll for all of us A Club 123 F Club 34 Foot bal 12 3 4 Track 12 Basketball 1 2 F Club Inltxatlon Commlttee 4 RALPH VINJE F A 2 DALE GARLOCK iToadJ Those who can look wlse should by all means do so Wheatland CWyoJ Hlgh School 1 2 Extemp Speakmg 4 Declam 4 JAMES DALEY find his true frlendly way one does not have to go far " Ag Club 3 4 Columbia Falls Hlgh 1 HAROLD KAIR fCa1rotsD Who llves wlthout folly IS not so wlse as he thinks Sclence Club 3 Math 12 Football NTYI ES I OCKE Llfe IS as tedious as a twice told tale Whltefish H gh 1 2 .3 V1ce Pres F A l 1 if 7 !! . . ' , . - Y . K KK ' 99 r ' ' 1 .' , . ll 99 . . , . 2-3. if ' 1 , ' F! g - - LE ll l- - - , , 1 - - - , - . - li Y! ' ' ' ' "For knowledge, too, is itself a power." F. . . 1- -3-4, . -A TIF' xc ' !! "To ' ' . 6, . . . - ' in 1-2. ' - 1' - -', ' - . . F. . 4. THE 1936 FLATHEAD 'T' aww CONSTRUCTIUN THE 1936 FLATHEAD XX xx 3 . L 5 U J MX, fx' tx .J THE 1936 FLATHEAD CAL ROBINSON Presxdent El SS MHP 37 GLEN BUCK Vxce Presldent JOAN CHURMAGE Secl eta1 y wif AN NANCY ELLIOT Treasurel U Z7 ,' I U! IAKIJW, O O Z ,Y I , .Nj ' A .l,,"v THE 1936 FLATHEAD Theo Adams Ellen Andersen LOIS Ann1s June Armstrong Joyce Boorman Amalla Bullman Marybeth Burckhaxdt C11H0rd Chaffm Mur1el Chapman Helen Chrlstensen Amber Clark Vlrglnla Cook Helen Jean Cornellsen Margaret Craven Dav1d Cutler E1leen Day Bobby DeVoe Cather1ne D1er1nger Elalne Dorrah Hugh Douglas Wllfred Dufour Ethel Dyer Gladys Elsele Frances Fellx Bob Fessenden Harry Freeland Dorothy Freex W1lma G1ese Jack Gorton Lloyd Gllbertson Robert Gorton J., If 'hm-x f ' 1 A U" . , fl IA' 'U-A I. 1, I ' . fs 'L , . 1-'il Mamie Chabot K 1' 'b ' I . I 1 " 1 xf fi A . 11 L' h' S THE 1936 FLATHEAD Lloyd Chne Vera Dern Geraldme Gray Lois Halstead Norma Hanson Ernest Helseth Homer Henrlcksen Dorothy Hewltsorx Ila Hollmgsworth Vlrglma Hudson Vlctor Hundahl Brmton Jackson Luther Johnson Noel Johnson Mary Jungers L11l1an Kahle Raymond Keyser Eleanor Kmg LOIS Klrkpatrxck Arlo Kjos Dean Lockhart Thelma Logan Charles Lykms Archxe McDev1tt Patrxcla McDonald John Magnuson Ethel Mahlum Betty Mam Ramona Marcoe Joe Mast Bob Mathews 36 gx O . I y Katherine Keefe 5 l V L so I THE l9361FLATI-IEAD Dorothy M1lls Elame Moe Thelma Moe Mary Molsness Maly Janet Monroe Eleanor Munter Grace Nelson Jean Nelson Vera Norton Beatrice Olberg Ned Opp Kathleen Parrlck MQIVIH Pennoye1 Frances Peterson Donald Ph1ll1ps Alda Porteous Eleanor R1cketts Mary R1Ck6ttS Betty Rlley Margaret Robmson Lloyd Ruegsegger Donald Runsvold Betty Sahng Eddmg Schappachel Elmer Searle Elame Smlth Ruth Smlth Warren Sparlmg Mabel Sp1nk Velma Staab Verda Staab I Helen Read A JXX wks .S J SET 2 XQ- 2 YN. j i 2 Wg James Staflnbil Jurine Stearns Leonard Stebbins Margaret Stebbins Clara Summers L1111an Swore Mary Templeton Davld Thompson Gladys Toney Ellen Turns Dorretta Wagner Vyrna Waggener Lucxlle Wlcklund June W1lson Danxel Wmans Lawrence Young Ellsworth Shaw Elfrlede Zeeck Stella Zoback Ray Westby ,X Q w X .L 5 QQ S Q R X Q X 'Q I 3 A 4 2 2 X 5 SV Wjg lk 2 Q 83 Q :Q ,ff- L:- THE 1936 FLATHEAD ,Qfj Apff . 79" M" ,- VA A . , v nv. NQMMJT W www 1-Q. 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IIIf"l'f'II 'I'I1, pm, X7l'l'lIIIII W:aIIr-xx, Ka-mu-III Vzmmp SHE 1936 FLATHEA D ig' iam "+ J 4' 1 " A 4 'M , 'wg 2 'NLR 'Y 55 'SNL 5 AL 53.4. E F, ff l'L""wK K ffffvk' Iwywt 3 1 ,ujfff .fm-"W r . I, K, S , :L 1 . 1 L fy! ' X K. . V 4 ' UL Q f . ,J ka 1 fa s. A f 'Q 7 5, ,sf ff . :1W Q N fa: . , . . ., - f . I 1 . y, . ' ' 5 VT' 9 J W' .. . 'V' JIT.: g Q., , In 11.-A , f -. .ig ' . A ws, ' - . ,, f , A g , . . . 1. Sq f X ' ., - 9 Z x , ' I 4 L W ' ' QI . I gb ' - . . if . W 0 'i .. "' i ik' ' , -'- - I . ' '. " 'f'? f .Q u ' 4' ', '1 ,, ' ' ' - . - . X - . 4 , 1 aqg.. , ' , 1' x A mv A .. '4 A , 2 F' Q? ' A Q t , 4 J Y 43 7. M :h m K 7 , . J. . Q, 1. 1 In 4.4 It in . I 1244 45 ' . . I ' ei , . A A ' 7 "Y K 'gf Q5 H ' in, Q , W ,z 4, , ,, ti ' . Zvf' w .VZ " 1 . v .. f' 315 01 ' . ,rjf ' . 1 L E5-,' ' ii n ' A' ' W f Q' l G if r I ,. 1 , V V' t A"- L 7 . .. - -1' -. Q' 'H ZF9 -- A Y ' "v ,H gl'-' , 1: ,rl fgbfihf' ' A' .' . 1 . tw Elia. Qt -5 w TQ-. 5 - .. - ., .Q . 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J hu: 1 Iv mime 1:11111 lung Ulf F and Frebhmen Med and M1 Lvlenelex hd dumug the Lh6l1l6b blymg through the an' iw 1 ' H Hheuluaumm Dorbey pauseQ 4 rl I , T, K K I 'M H' r A Y M . , v Mu W 4- V f V U ,Q I 1 'Mg 1 ff L: rr 'S . ff ,D ' t 1 f ,"' A fr" ' , yy ,A M If 4,1 ' V J ,, ,ffl , 5 ' ? I 1 . C., . '1 n ",, A ' f f ' 1 A pl f , ,, , 1 , . ' ' L V f I l V v 4 v J O K ,E 1 ." 5 F . . V L ' .il ,' P- Q' gg " - " 3 '- ' ' 'l'h '- : bl ll CL- .fix ' L 'P " - Q THE 1936 FLATHEAD KLAGM! 0471 JMOW LM,1ffL1AZlM?iZl,-... ,QM-Qc. ,Q..1lLf5ai.,.,e4M.a-2. .225-s VM 7yWeZ'4,02214+f-44.57 5 if THE 1936 FLATHEAD FOOTBALL Blathead g1V9b the c1ed1t fo1 lts most successful football season to its ten de texmlned lettelmen its huge tio k of fighting ieserxes and Coach Rip Wilson who developed them 1nto one of Montanas most outstandlng teams of 1935 foie any games had been played lt could easlly be seen that Flatheads varslty would be somewhat largei and fastex than ln late years Another factor that vsent hand ln hand wlth this years successful football season was Flatheads col olful school sp111t that bxought oul boys 1nto each game carrying the SDIFI1 of Flatheads Fight Flathead opened its season in a game with the powerful alumnl who tested e merlts of the xaisxty Our boys threatened twice 1n the first quarter but e iest of' the game proxed that both teams had strong enough defense to keep e othel from scollng the game ending in a scoreless t1e The alumms appar en dlsadvantage in lack of t1a1n1ng was overcome by their great reserve strength Lettermen from as far back as tive years were again seen ln action 1n this first alumni game since 1930 Our Blaves played the first confexence game Sept 28 at Havre under flood lights Although we thleatened to score several times the winning touchdown was held back due to lack of expellence both 1n conference playlng and 1n play ing under the lights Our stxong defense held Havre in check making another scoreless tie which called fox a play ofl This looked ln Havres favor unt1l Gibbs whipped a pass to Dunn who carried it deep 1nto Havres territory g1V1l'1g Flathead a 2 0 xxctory On Octobel 5 Flathead played its best game Wlth Montanas most powerful team the Great Falls Blsons The BISOHS were a greatly favored team but Flatheads powerful and detexmlned defense built around the four charglng llne men Gorton Launch Haflelman and Stenson staved off the Great Falls power house attack to leave the held at half tlme wlth only a 6 0 score against them The Blsons scoled twice ID the second half once on pass lnterference and an other on a long lun by Walkex all state backlield ace But also durlng this half Flathead penetlated to the Great Falls 5 Vald line a feat that only one other team accompllshed all yeal against the BISOHS who had only elght points scored against them all season The Hnal 55016 was 18 0 In then thnd game the Biawts defeated the Helena Bengals 13 6 ln a thrlll mg and colorful battle fo1 the hrst time 1n thelr hlstory Perry Stenson led Flatheads ofienslve and ln the second pellod dashed 35 yards for the first tally ln the same pei 10d a few seconds before the half Rose snatched a 35 yard pass 4 ' . 1 ' - .. 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T H 1 3 li ' ' w A f f g gsis5fsga5igS 3gQii3J f - ' f . f A 1-fs W fw V X x 5fg ?v ij ...Y X kilh , 54 'A V :ff f if 7' ' xv '36 f T , ' X , 'J ' Viz A V' QE ' , L NB.. , A 'He C M Don 'R Pu 'r ack , Ewa ' """ E :E if THE 1936 FLATHEAD from Glbbs and then crossed the goal l1ne Helenas lone tally came ln the last m1nute of the game when Roberts of Helena Juggled a freak1sh pass IH h1s arms and then dashed 40 yards to score On October 20 the Braves went to Mlssoula to play the undefeated Garden C1ty eleven The great pep and enthus1asm created by over a hundred Flathead students who wxtnessed the contest was temporarlly lost when Rogers MISSOUIH back scored on the openmg k1CkOff but was two fold when Rose snatched a long pass and t1ed the score a few moments later In the second quarter Rogers aga1n scored on a w1de sweep g1v1ng Missoula a 13 7 lead at half tlme Although MISSOUIB scored four tlmes 1n the last half the game remamed colorful as Haffer man scored on a pass and two other touchdowns barely mlssed thelr marks The final score was 40 14 The next Saturday the Braves offense cllcked agam to smother Polson 27 0 Flatheads l1ne held Polsons offense to practlcally no yardage whlle St nson Hafferman and Rose countered on unexpected plays A 54 yard run by Ros was the longest play of the season for the Braves The last game of the year was played at Whltefish durlng w1nter weather The Braves first perlod drlve cllmaxed by Stensons 25 yard touchdown gallop put our team ahead 7 0 Then Taylor Whltesh end nabbed a pass that had been 1uggled by many sl1pp1ng players maklng the score 7 6 for the Braves at the half A SEFIES of l1ne bucks 1n the final quarter gate the Braves a 13 7 vlctory Although Whltefish scored 1n th1s game our defense showed very superlor ab1l lty ln holdmg Whltefishs total aggresslon to mlnus 27 yards Exactly half of thls years lettermen are 1eturn1ng fol actlon next fall DI0lT11S1Ylg Flathead another blg football season for next year The returnmg men alt Glbbs Gorton Haflerman Wetterhus Sm1th Page Lykms Cutler and Mathews As usual Flathead mourns the loss of ltS stalwart sen1ors Lettermen who leaxe us thls year are Rose Lau11ch Stenson Fry Dunn Bucklngham placement of these men by the reserve squad The reserve squad whlch prepares Flathead fox futule grld seasons worked together w1th the varslty under the keen ab1l1ty of Coach Jack Hughes They played teams of the Llttle Conference whlch IH ludes Polson Llbby Whltefish Resexxes Columbla Falls Blgfork Somels and Luleka Although the Reserves d1d not enjoy a large schedule the11 QHOIIS wele lewarded by the awardlng of numerals to the men who worked hard all season but we1e not seen 1n varslty HCUOH 5...- Flathead Flathead Flathead Flathead Flathead Dr Fred Sundellus D1 VlCt0I Sl11'ld9llllS SCHEDULE Re erx es Resel ves Rese1 x es Reset x es Resex ves 0 0 2 0 0 Whltefish Reserxes 6 Llbby 39 B1gfork 6 Polson 33 Somers 0 These tvxo doctors again offered thelr fr e s IVICC as athletic phyS1 clans and the1r mvaluable servlce IS greatly appreclated . . , - , 9 . 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'351 I , G u. a r d iff? hrwmr P36 rbb, wQr 7-: 'li f I K X 4 , 3 I wf a -1. 3 Ny.-A " mum i 1 fggkgr if A . . ,wsf 5 SCHEDULE THE 1936 FLATHEAD VARSITY RESERVES Coach W1lson Hafferman Buck Gor Wetterhus Roblnson Larson Burton ton Stenson Dunn Fry Rose James Carr Dunlap Ness Byers Rlchards BASKETBALL Interscholastlc basketball contmued 1n Flathead th1s yea1 but aga1n thele were factors that h1ndered 1tS full development When the season started thlngs looked good as far as materlal was concerned exght lettermen leturned and a large squad turned out for the vars1ty But the same trouble appeared the new h1gh school gym was not flnlshed so Coach Rlp Wllson held practxce m the Elks Temple to DICK out the vars1ty F1nally the gym was completed a tew hours befole the Lew1stown game the Hrst of the season A large crowd attended the opemng game and ded1cat1on of the gym but the game proved very slow Lewlstown w1nn1ng 16 to ll Thls started the Jlnx that tollowed Flathead through lts ent1re schedule Whltefish managed to wln foul close games and our tussles Wlth Butte Gleat Falls At the Great Falls tournament Flathead sprung a SUIDFISG when they nearly upset the greatly faVOlEd Havre Blue Ponles m the first game In the11 second tournament game they went down before Helena who placed thlrd Flathead Flathead Flathead Flathead Flathead 1' lathead Flathead Flathead Flathead Flathead Flathead Flathead Flathead Flathead Flathead Flathead L6WlSt0WH lb Gleat Falls 32 Butte 26 Cut Bank 24 Havre 36 Missoula 41 Whlteflsh 23 Polson 24 Columb1a Falls 9 Havle 42 Mlssoula 42 Whltetish 28 Whltefish Whlteflsh 33 Havre 27 Helena 39 55 Missoula, Havre and Helena did not claim a victory. f 11- '- ' ' 11- ' ' . 16- 31- . 191 . 1 f . 19, ' ., 22- ' " . f . 1 25- ' . 25- ' ' 28- ' ' 18- ' 24- ' 26 27- ' 24- 30- THE 1936 FLATHEAD RESERVE BASKETBALL The la1ge reserve squad d1rected by Coach Jack Hughes was composed ch1efly of underclassmen They pract1ced w1th the vars1ty each mght and played 1n many prel1m1r1ar1es Then' schedule mcluded games wxth Wh1teHsh Reserves Columb1a Falls Polson Eureka Somers B1gfork and St Matthews They worked through the1r schedule wlth great success and were awarded numerals at the end of the season SCHEDULE RGSGI ves Reserves Reserv es Reserves Reserves Reserves Reserves Reserves RESGI 1 es 4 Wh1tEHSh Reseu es Whltefish Reserves Wh1t6HSh RGSGIVQS Whlteflsh Reserves Eureka 16 Polson 34 Columbla Falls 32 St Matthevt s 4 Somers 10 lNTRAMlUlRAlL BASKETBALL lntexelass basketball plaged an 1lIt6lLbtlIlg part 111 rlatheads m1no1 spolts Pazlv 1n the season fixe teams vtue olganmsd by each class and the post gradu ztes and class l1X3lly was brought to 1tS h1ghest ebb Aftex a hard fought TOLIIHIITIGIII the JUHIOIS emerged X1CtOl1OUb Follow1ng the close of 1nte1scholast1c basketball e1ght teams were orgamzed mcludmg va1s1ty and 1nte1class players The teams were named after h1gh school teams 1n Montana and were captalned by the xarslty players In the resultmg toulnament the Helena Bengals captalned by R1cha1d Rose DlOX6d to be the SUDSPIOI team BASKE FBALL MANAGERS Wood Sea1 le ValS1tN Reserves Robe1tson Classes PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM Before a capac1ty house Aprll 23 Flat heads first physlcal educat1on program was staged The program wh1ch was undcl the dllectlon of Coach W1'son and MISS Dorsey plesented a great varlety of ats which showed the benefits and advantages oi gym vtolk Tumbl1ng horlzontal bar mat work g1rls basketball volley ball and danclng the enteltalnment h1ghl1ghted L - - 13- ' -f - 19 19- ' 22 v 14- ' - 16 23- ' - 20 A A 21- l6- ' V ' 30- . f' Q r I - . - ,2. 1 - , 1 g I g THE l936 FLATHEAD O' gf-sr GIRLS ALL STAR BASKETBAIL TEAM GllRlLS' ATl-llLlETllCS Basketball volley ball baseball tennis archery and track are the sports ley ball class teams were chosen and an inter cass tournament was played oft In each sport an all star team was chosen Members of this team were the best players from each class team The players on the basketball all star team were Glenyce Bergmann Amalia Bullman Mary Jo McHenry Eleanor Ricketts Dorothy M1lls Barbara Huggins Faye Parr Zena Hogsed Josephine Barry Francile Rawlings Eloise Graves Gen va Goldxzen and Myrna Jensen The girls played two games with Bigfork Win ning both The scores were ll 14 and 16 19 A 'S- ' x . Q.. X IQ that the girls participate in after school. This year basketball, baseball and vol- THE 1936 FLATHEAD 1936 TRALK Th1S yeal Flatheads track men started the season w1th plactlcally no equlp ment The pool track that has been used fox countless years 1S belng converted mto a school campus and the ncvx lth1Lt1C held lb not yet xeady to duelop Flathead s athletes 11110 pomt Wlllllelb But yet Flathead has SEVeld1 contestants who axe work mg out undel these gleat obstacles plannmg to upset Whlteflsh m the dual and dlsll ICI meets Laptam Martam M.11ta1n who IS new at Flathead was chosen capta1n and looms as the best pros pect ln lookmg forward to the state meet Stenson Hafferman and Rose are letterrnen who ale expected to represent Flatheads best xn the comlng meets Among the stu dents who are out for track are Melvm Pen noyel W1l1 Rlchards Harhe James T1lman Larson Robert Gorton George Forsyth Nor man Laurlch Ray Smlth Robert Ness Rlch ard Bailey Chfford Stensw1ck John Watters Junlor Carr Elbert Olson Barry Braunber ger Elmer Searle Arlo Kgos Robert Mathews Werner Buck John Page Duncan Hxlton and Rlchazd Bam Q N ' .. . ' 1 ' . ' ' ' , . . . K: s . . L . ' . .. .. .. , ,,i ,' - ', , ., ,, L , v. . -Q v ' ' , - ,L , . s Y v 1 1 ' 1 s 1 " ' 1 a 1 ' , v v v r s ' a 1 1 v X. , Q y 9 1 ' . w - - THE 1936 FLATHEAD NEW ATHLETIC FIELD With the completion of the new athletic held this spung Flatheads institution will be one of the most complete in the state This five acre stadium which was started last fall w1ll resemble the State UHIVGFSIIYS Dornblasel Fleld The stadlum wh1ch IS surrounded by a high board fence is located at the south end of Second Avenue West The football plaving field which occupies the center of the Stadlum will be sown to turf as soon as possible in order to be ieady by next fall Inasmuch as water and sewer cross the land it will be an easy mattel to irrigate the field and get the tuif into first class condition Surrounding the football field IS a 440 yard cinder track which is 20 feet wide on the dash stretch and 15 feet Wlde the rest of the way iound Jumping pits axe to be so situated that they will be independent of the field and track The bleachers will extend along the entire west side of the field and Wlll seat 2 500 people Ample parking space IS pro vided along the side of the stadium It 1S planned that within a few years this stadium will be completely equipped with lights so that all interscholastic meets may be held at night The money for this field was raised by the Student Council last year with the cooperation of the students and townspeople The labor and material was fur nished by the WPA The time effort and money needed in the bulldmg of this field will be fully paid back by the advantages It offers as it will make it possible to have d1str1ct track meets held here besldes more class A football games :19 . . , . . . . A 1 4 ,' . , . I . " , . . . . , t . . , . .. . y 1 - .. v 1 ' 1 s - - - r , ... THE 1936 FLATHEAD it X-4851 s 41- it Blsons leublxe Rm Scovxls Don howls 312 lfzadg OU Hold hun' lui that alumm Block that punt' yi, ls mg xx Band on parade Almmi a wuchdwwn Hold hlm Hedvv Bmm lme Thai 5-foes them Football 01 temux III A' ,ry-f' 3 -,. uf t . ,- L t 't I Xl' f gy' K ' -Q " , ll f ..5,.. NNE. ' V 52,1 3 tn, V , ,V . A V ,.f' Q W " Sv , K Q N - f f fm . Q 5 K X ' A V ' A ' . ' .lust fm' fun 'f ' ' . . V T1-A, A ,ay ' I 1 A l 1 - 1 ' .'l 'H if I H3313 P'1.fX'l'l il'ZfXlJ ' I iv 4,34 A .av 4, 2 'H 4. Ml, 'ini ..- - x xy J 5, L '-2-V Qrff V. :V 'fx U, I, V ' I vf gm f I , ' ri?'w5 V 's, l. X, , ,f Qi .4 ' M., 96 5' .f ' AJ? W 5 S 4' VA 'xr 4 - " 4 S' I' Fil. ' 1. 'Q g Y ' . A if ':?f'5Qm3,, QS., 5'0- , . lp fg!- L, ,rg 8: W "L ' :A 3 M9 " .S-.21 .Q 1 ,Q l if wx, 4 , V 4 A, ,uc XI'-, . - b V A fi, ,yn K NXT ,. Q Y vi ,' 4 ' .' - -r V - ' 1,1 1 mow, 1414 MH? xg? ia X 'X JP H :fer H 19.36 FLA'lHh.AD Aka: THE STUDENT COUNCIL Alound the Student Counc1l IS bullt the whole school l11e oi Flathead It s the student got etnmg body vthlch tlansacts all the buslness ot the school man ages all school finances and duects all major 3CtlV1TleS Flatheads Student Councll whlch was Fnst olganlzed ln 1920 has been gnen mole powex that the counuls oi othel schools The ofllcexs a plesldent xlce plestdent secrctaly and t1easu1e1 atc chosen nach semcstel by the student body Plevlously the lLSl ot the councll had conslsted ot two lepxcsentatlx es from each a new plan has been tued and seems to have Vl.Olk6d ten satlstactouly The lout classes ale dlV1d8d 1nto sen1o1 jUI"lO1 ophomore and freshmen home rooms Each home room chooses a lepresentatlxe and these students ale that class representa tlve body ln the Student Councll To be a membel of the Student Councll IS one oi the hlghest honors gwen 1n Flathead OFFICERS Fust Scmestex Second Semester Plcsldent Waxd Buckmgham Wdld Bucklngham Vlce Plesldent DdXld Cutlu Glen Buck Seclctaxv lfxanccs PL4f.lS0Il lflances Peterson Tleasulex Eddmg, Schappachel Eddlng Schappachel Sponsox M1 Me1r1tt REPRESENTATIVES FIRST SEMESTER Semoxs Betty Bernard SllX1O Fopp Fved Fry Tllman Larson Tom Perry Jean Roblschon Junlols Theo Adams V1rg1n1a Cook Robert Gorton Kathryn Keefe Beulah Robertson Ray Slmonson Clara Summers Davld Thompson Mary beth Burckhardt June Armstrong Jeanne Hoppe Ray Jenkms Lester Isaacs Sophomores Charles Brooks Ehzabeth Hllton Vlvlenne Homme Betty Peterson Helen Taylor Lo1s Stewart Freshmen Anna Ruth Campbell Roger Larson Anna Mar1e Locke Owen Olesen Faye Steckman P G Robert Sykes SECOND SEMESTER Semors Jean Robxschon Fred Fry Suzee Klng Betty Bernard Norman Laurxch Robert Harrmgton Dor1s Maxken Walt Dunn Perry Stenson Junlors Ray Slmonson Jeanne Nelson V1rg1n1a Cook Robert Gorton Cal Rob mson Theo Adams Bob Mathews Br1nton Jackson Nancy El11ot Jean Hoppe Betty Rlley Ray Jenkms Sophomores Jumor Carr B111 Managhan Helen Taylor Ade11ne Larson El1z abeth H11tOH Charles Brooks Freshmen Owen Olesen Anna Mar1e Locke Anna Ruth Campbell Howard Church11l Roger Larson P G Robert Sykes bl ' 1 1 I 1 w ' I -Qi '4 is f 'Y E" 1 . ' ' ' ' - ' ' ' . . it . y - ' - 1 ' - - ' ' ' Q - , .Q ' u ' . . ' ' - v ' V . . f , . .' . ' . - . .' " . my . . ' . V' . ' - , 1 1 - . . . 5. . .F . , . ,. . L. 1 . . ' , s , A ' ,' ' ' . . . , . ' , - class, who were also elected each semester by their respective classes. This year , - - ,Q a ,Y S . . . . y . ' , - Y - 1 V ' 1 A 2- v 1? .18 h- . . - ' . . . ' ' - XS' i , 7' V X . ' .,x..-A'.. .,L. ,Ll-. 1... 1 - 1 . . . 1 .mm ' , f . ' , , I ' ' -1 Q 3 '4 . 1 Y 1 7 7 7 - , . , A , ' 1 Z , - 1' h K s Q 1 1 D ! ' 'i 7 Y , , ' . . .-" . I I i ' . l 5 D Y I I 7 D Y. ' J K 7 A . . i ' , 't Y D v 9 l s ' , Y l 9 v 1 . v s , - t , .1 ' 7 , 3 H - , , , L v 1 v 9 - . .i , THE 19.36 lLA'l HEAD , l J' 1 Dwi 1 l 1 NY' fl' Y!! Fl If ' - 1 ' . 3 V 1 Q I n n ." M' C - - l ' D , Q Q l A li, I . . ' ' :N 11' ,V 1 -s 1 1 o 1, , L Q 1 1 ,. .0 11 - . 5 I - , 1 V ' 1 f E . 1 rt. ' 'I X , ,. , : I ' . . , . f n ' - 2 E . - C-3 I y 1 5 E - ' 1 'A 1 1 3 I E , . I 5 ag.: . , , x by 2 ' . ' f : - . F7 ' - ' ,X ' I , 1 . MA ' Rl 1 I ' .ju ,1 . 4 1 1 E 5 , ' ' ' XF", 141, , : I 1 ' - l 1 f - - y I 1 I 1 . 4' . 'N ,5 , 424.-g ' 1: . E ' - , ' , 12" . ' ' ' . 1 E 2 3 ' - 517' W3 'k"L"'f553 A .- - ' i 2 5 1 1 1, " 1 cg A - 1 f v , - ' ' ' 4 ' L-. ' ' L 1 1 1 . f A rg' rf 1 - 1 f ' - ' fall: A xl 4. 4 , 1 5 T l f. - 1 1 4 Q ' ' 2 ' 3 1 . A N :X ,. - -1 5, ' . ' , - ' 4 if . ' 1 ' x ' 5, ' 1 1 .- V . , " " ' fa-I 1 4 . H: I , . ' 4. . C2 1' . .' I - 3 u - in an H 1 A A 1 if i 3.2 Q OO 'VV fw- THlE TOMAHAW KS In the early days of Flathead the club which buoyed up school spurt wns the Tomahawks Then tor a tew years Tomahawks was not rn exrdenre ind rt was rn 1934 that rt was agarn reorganwed to supplant the Derby Club As thr Derby Club contarned only boys rt seemed necessary to organrze a pep club whrch would con srst of both boys and grrls Servrng as an rmportant tactor rn school lrte and servrce the Fomahaxx ks stage pep rallres and pep demonstratrons of all krnds They also help sponsor assemblres mrxers and the members act as ushers on such tunctrons as Open House and Par ents Nrght The class sponsors select nfteen peppy students trorn exch class rnd the class chooses erght students to represent them OFFIQ ERS Pr Vrce Presrdent Secretary Treasurer Nancy Ellrot Sponsor esrdent Werner Buck Charles Byers Mrss Barber MFMBLRS Senrors Werner Buck, Ward Buckrngham, Charles Byers Walter Dunn, Thomas Perry, Perry Stenson, Jean Robrschon, George Wood Junrors Glen Buck, Nancy Ellrot, Frances Peterson, Calxln Robrnson Betty Rrley, Betty Salrng, Davrd Thompson, Eltrrde Zeeck Sophomores Junror' Carr, Douglas Davres, Leona Henrrcksen, B111 Managhan, Dorothy Orser, Lawrence Rrchards, Raymond Robertson, Vlrgrnra Robrnson Freshmen Irma Lee, Roger Larson, Verda Fry, Wrllram Ke-ete Brllv Denny Faye Steckman, Alene Duncan, Pearl Sterns Cheer Leaders Mary Janet Monroe, Jeanne Nelson, Dorothv Mrlls SL17P9KlHg nd THE 1936 FLATHEAD FUTURE FARMERS Ol: AMERICA Flatheads Chaptel of Futuxe Farmexs of Ameuca was mstalled IH June 1930 The a1ms of th1s club are to send boys to xocat1onal conference to promote organ 1Z9d SOCIHI act1v1t1es to promote the lnterests of the department and to support school act1v1t1es Th1S year the plogxam oi wolk lb undel nlne mam heads xxhlch are Supelvlsed P1 act1ce Cooperatlve ACtlX1tl6b Communlty and School Sexuce Leadersh1p ACt1V1t1eS Earnxngs and Savmgs Conduct of Meetmgs Scholarsh1p Rec1eat1on Publmclty MFMBERQ R1cha1d Ba1ley Howald Blackenbe1g Fred B1oede1 Goldon B1oeder James Daley Russell De1st Geoxge DeYoung James Hutchens Myles Locke Wayne Mahugh Rogel Metcalt Orvllle Nash Alfred Odegard A1v1s Taylor Russell Van devantel Kenneth Watters Wayne Thompson Dwlght Kauffman Robert Fleden berg Dale Garlock LeRoy Gray Lawrence De1st Garland Daley Harry Barnard Robert E1ckert LeRoy Gray Paul GFOSSWIIEY Fern Root Darrell R1denour Ver non Shea Ralph V1n3e Ernest Helseth Edward Krantz Byron Metcalf Earl Nutter Kenneth Rogne Arman M11le1 Ernest Blrwell Robert Aurand, Donald Beebe Ernest Bnnel Charles Foot Geolge Gxossw1ler R1chard Larson Albert Ruggles Harold Stehney George Slngleton Donald Turner Lloyd Wells Vernon Watters George Scott Afred Rufenach Andy M1115 h-4 . . y . Y - 1. - ' - ' 2' . . 7. . E 3. A 4' . . . . 5. - ' ' 6. ' . T. ' 8. ' ' 9. . . This spring the club was host to the Western Montana F. F. A. Convention, ' 1 1 1 ' V 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1, 1 1 , 1 1 . 9 l 3 5 1 ' , , , , - 1 1 1 l h s , 1 . 1 g , 1 , , , - 7 I . 1 , , , ,, v . uv . , , 1 ' , . 5 V - 7 . y l Y I 1 y 1 1 , ' ' , ' , THE 1936 PLATHEAD 1 QQx QF 90- 35 26 VARSITY lF LLU B The F Club wa p pose or tosteung athletm WOIK or the boys of Flathead To be a membex a boy must hd ve won an athletlc If nn tootbxll blsketball on track For the past two yeals the F Club has been especlally actxve ln snhool afians and IIS dances 1n1t1at1ons and pro grams are always o11g1nal and entertalnmg MP MBE hX lVI1ke Glb olton Welnel Bunk Wald Buck mgham M9lXlH Haffelman R1 h c ard Rose Norman Launch Perry Stenson Merle Wetterhus Robert Mathews Ray Smlth John Page Velnon Huck Charles Lykllli Davld Cutler Harley James Charles Byels Sponsor Mr Wllson bs Walt Dunn Bled Fry Robelt G f . 1 i - ,A , t it it ' 1 ' o u . f ,g-' , 'f - , Kr f 'Ks' 'T' V ,. 4 . , Q -' , 2. ,?J' . , , - 1- 4' - 'I LL 3, J. .za ' 6 I L . , 4 , X "1 l ' X A s organized in 1900 with the ur ' ' ' ' " ' " - f . - - . 4 4 ' 1 ' ' . 1 Q . c , c . , 1 , , ' A 1 1 - . - . u - . 4 v - 1 5 - 7 3 5 - . y. 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H. , , Y , , - 3 5 ' 3 3 t 1 ' 'U THE 1936 FLATHEAD 11304 iwml iw!-Q1 - 70 1 """ -I il uw-A l 1 i WM 1 Nw X MW Maria -Siu l 145' HOME ELON 0MllCS CLUB llu mam pulposl ol lflltheads Home ELOIIUITIILS Club lb to be ol BSINILC to te membexs to the school and to the communlty To be 1 memloel the 11 must haxe ethel one lnqh school c1ed1t one veal ot glade school wolk Ol tvlo seals oi 4 H club vol ln Home E onomlcs lVlothe1 and Daughtex banquet md ndcd m the banqults It the State DeMolay Comlau leld nn Ap11l The club has been alullalcd vnth the Siate and Natxonal Assoclatlon tol the last fOUl VQHIS Nauoral Home E pms a1e awaloled Ill th plUl1Y19 cup assembly to the thlee memhels who haxe IXGII the most xxorthxxhlle Q lxlce to the club llalklt P1Lg1dg111 C Lll1LlOlL lxl lLdll VICC Plesldznt Phyllb LOFAN gum Thelma Iogan SDUHSOI ss I Q 1 llll lVIl lf lS Doxothx Lforton l..au1e11e Hans Dozothx Hewltson lV1a1ga1etP1el1a Anna Nelson Josephme Isch Gertrude Busch Ethel Lalbmk Hllrna Hove Lucxlle Logan Mlldred Gorton Helen Jean Cornehsen Gladys Toney ITIS Hogsod Zena Hogsed Helen Iorgensen Betty Bernald Jung Isch hmma Lou Mason Amalla Bullman Thelma Denny Cuole Petexsen Dorothv Monk lVlaybel1eGo1gen Hazel Guv Shu ley W111ams Elolse Glaves Robelta Hxde SllV1B Bakel Jane McClelland En1d Ness Pearl Stearns Anna Marle Locke Peggw Harp Anna Lahl X711g11"118 Perry Anna Lee Bernlce Koeglel Vera DQU1 DO t as Q of l M ' hw I - C 7 Twig 7' aa 'Q ' M61 J ,. ,sn .4 ' Q .. jgjga. a V "ek - X M all V ' 5775 , ' 'J as , .' , Q, W v,,1 ff.Q,i,"3X ew 1 rw X , . 3, "L 4 M . '.s. '. , '. .,'. . tl . . . ' ' . a . 1 1g"!s -' Q ' Q - ' ', M"- " ,. ' ' '- 'rf' 2 '. This year the club served the teavhors. the Rotarians and other groups, the 1 ' ' ' ' 2 . 1 2' x Q ' B 5 L ' 3' ' ' 1? 1 ' " , . L. . " '. V I ' 1. 2 L ' . L K ' ' ' . . -v -5- ' A i ' L . 1 7. 1 ' Q A Q AA' . ,.. . Y V A V , ' X -2. ' ' n 4 F ' " cvs So-'-ary 1 z . f- Q A ' Mig: , -2 1-I1 V 'I -3 Ili' ' ' ' 7 7 7 1 V - 3 I A1 v -1 I 1 ' L n ' 5 ' 1 9 ' , S , . 1 . , . . ' . . . . '. 1 . '. . .. . , . , - Q X ' ' L ' ' . ' v ., v ' 1 1, -1 q - . uv V Lv' I v, 1 7 Y ' l v .V 1 ' 1 I 1 I 1 ' as ' ' . .- j t. X THE 1936 FLTATHEAD ii' IMI WSH 'Wen THE SENATE Last year the students who were mterested ln debate olganwed and that ox ganlzatlon came to be called the Senate Thls 1S a club deslgned to sponsor debate and all Helds of publlc speaklng Those members who have been 3Ct1V6 debatels th1S yeal are Betty Bernard Randall Rueschelle Werner Buck Mary Templeton V1rg1n1a Hudson Margaret Thompson George Wood and Ann Mlllel The schools debated wele Wh1teHsh Great Falls Bllllngs Lewlstown and Troy Plans are belng made Wlth the cooperatlon ot the Rotary Club to hold 1nte1 nat1onal debates wlth Canadxan schools The club also mtroduced a panel type ot debate OFFICFRQ Pres1dent Wer ne1 Buck Secretary Catherine Dlermgex Sponsor MISS M0861 IVIFMBFRS Betty Bernard Donald Ph1ll1ps Randall Rueschele Maly Templeton Pat Hume J1mm1e MCInt1F9 Donald Young Dorothy M1lls Berta Morse Rlchard Allen Cloe Marshall Ed1th N1cholson Joan S1monson Marle Molsness Thelma Denny Edwln Conrad V1rg1n1a Hudson Margaret Thompson Geoxge Wood Roberta Hyde Jumon Carr Fred Broeder Ann M1ller Anna Marle Locke Bob Mathews O lim E . .. lbs! l . K , V , Tea t ' 1 y 4 , . S V 5 ' Y T T ' 5 , , 4- Q vy... . ,ASV Q 1 Q u ' , ' Q 4 l . 2 T sv Y ' 'A H I r 'A ' . ' v 1 y , , , , V Y .' 1 . 3 Y . I 7 A 1 ' . 3 7 ' '- Vice President V...... .. .,......................,............,A.................................. Tom Perry 1 . I 3 7 - ! 1 r . ' 1 1 5 y 9 1 5 5 1 1 v Y 7 i h 9 9 Q THE 1936 FLATHEAD 1 lil U We H49 All - ir! 1.7 N - kwifihz 'H LYCEUM BUREAU The Lyceum Buneau lb the e11te1ta111ment senxme UlgdIllLdt1Ull ot Flathead school and to those prog1arns and entertamrnents ln Wl'l1Ch lt has part1c1pated ln the cornmunlty The puxpose ot th1s buleau 1 to g1V6 the 1nembe1s expeuenee lIl pelformmg before audlences and to a1d all communlty and school O1 gan1zat1ons 1n g1v1ng pro grams Any student may Jo1n who can gne credltable performance e1ther mstru mentally vocally by dancmg O1 1n declamatory work MILMBEKS PIANISTS E1S1e Corb1n Dolor1s Dufour Nancy El11Ot Gertrude Fenby Leona Henrlcksen Frank1e H1ll1s Jean Hoppe Harr1et Hoyt J1mrn1e MCIHt1fe Dorothy Petersen Mary Templeton Nona Velten VOCALISTS LOUISE Anderson Jean Cas well Catherme D1er1nger Agnes Haug Frankle H1ll1s Brmton Jackson LOIS Reash Al1ce Rueschelle Randall Rueschelle Betty Sahng READERS Theo Adams Eleanor Engberg Ella Mae Hew1tson Margaret Lalrd Alberta Mallow OBOIST Brlnton Jackson ACCORDION D1ck Allen Joe Stanley Ognov1c TAP DANCE Rae Mane Casey Jean Hoppe Mary Janet Monroe LOIS Reash Beulah Robertson MANDO LIN LOIS Reash VIOLINISTS W1ll1am Denny Ella Mae Hew1tson Ethel M1tchell Dorothy Nelson Ferne Parr Ruth Pengelly Helen Taylor CELLIST Eleanor Kmg FLUTIST Fluff Halpm VIOLIST Helen Taylor BARITONIST V11aS AuCla1re CLARINETIST D1ck Allen HORN Calvm Roblnson CORNETISTS John Evans O D Martm Norman Torgerson HARMONICA Clyde Keehng Ph1l Ramsay Lo1s Reash GUITAR D3V1d Cutler LOIS Reash Warren Sparlmg ANNOUNCER Werner Buck hi V ? S H 5 ,Emi Q lv- !! A 1 vol 1--'Bl L 'tx' , L, - , X k I . riff Started in 1926 by Mr. Van Amburgh it has since given great service both to the s ' ' 4 w . ' .1 -' 1 ' . ' ' . . . I . i . . - 5 5 , ' Q ' ! 7 9 7 I l 1 , 1 - 5 ' , ' 1 7 Y . 7 7 1 , 1 , - I . 2 , ' . : ' 1 I Q . 1 - ' : . : ' . ' , , 7 o ' , , , . . . I ' - : ' ' . : , ' ' 1 . I . , , THE 1936 FLATHEAD GIRLS ATI-IIJETIC ASSOCIATION The G A A 15 an ozgan1zat1on lOl guls mtelested ln athletlcs Fhxs yea1 they have adopted a const1tut1on and worked out a pomt system tor dWaldS The scrlpt letter F lS to be awarded to any glrl earmng 800 po1nts The polnt corn m1ttee IS composed of Mary Jo McHenry Glenyce Bergman and Zena Hogsed One of the major projects of thls years Work was Play Day held May 2nd Ten schools were 1nv1ted w1th approX1mately 200 g1rls part1c1pat1ng Other projects were the 9Xl'11blt1Ol1 and an assembly program OFFICERS Pres1dent Eleanol R1cketts Sponsors MISS Dorsey MISS Shatwell MEMBERS LaVon Sheppa1d Leona Sethney B1OSld Wh1te Dorothy M1lls Glenyce Be1g man Faye Dahl Fern Dahl I1ene Halverson Shuley Armstrong Els1e Jane Bon durant Mary Jungers Mary Jane Petram Berta Morse Zena Hogsed Beulah Rob ertson AVIS Ann Perry Faye Parr Flor1ne Fuller MQFIOH Westbye Thelma New come Inez Johnson E1o1se Graves Helen Taylor, Gudrun Woldtvet Ruth Feyhl Eleanor R1cketts Molly Bullman Ruth Kraft Mary Jo McHenry Franc1leRawl1ngs Geneva Gold1zen Catherme Kell MSIISSH Chadbourne Helen Cornellson Inez Olrn stead Opal Walter Loretta Ka1r Rosetta Everett Dolor1s Dufour Carol Bonde Sarah Hodson Eva Bergt Cleo Marshall Alene Duncan U39 I , 7 , ,, 1 A w 1 - 1- A 4 A ' 1 -' 1 1 ' - . ' . ' 1 - ' J Q . . , . Secretary ..1....................,...,....v..VV,,VVV,...,,,V,,,1,, 1....1.........1....... A malia Bullman , v , , u '. ' , - ' , . - , Y , Q , . ' , . A , , , , y - y . , , . g . y - 7 7 . 3 ! 9 . y , y , . . y . , . , , , . , - 7 ! l 7 J l y ! , , , . THE 1936 BLATHEAD SCRIBBLERS lhe Sulbblus ls the onlx ueatlxe wutlng elub IH klathead Anyone who le-els that he has a good 1TNdglIldtl0!'l and some Wllilflg talent may belong The Held of Vklltlhg has no llmltatxons md some ot the wol ks of alt WhlCh flfm from the pens ol the pnospectlxe authols and authousses ale txuly btdlfllflg ln older to pxomote lntelesl xn cleatlxe vnmng and to help the student correct his own faults each membel ISddS what he has xxutten and constluctlve crltlclsms .ale then. ofleled The UIOLID meets lniolmallx exelx tvxo Meeks MFMBLRS Robelt Glendennmg Allee Rueschelle Randall Rueschelle Edlson Spllggs Vn U C k mla oo Gayle Dlapel Bllnton Jackson Maly Templeton Edlth Nxcholson Hazel Searle Maxjone Moos Vllglflld Hudson Dorothw Mllls . , l . sq . ' fi . V. , Q' lf :Q . 5:3 . ,X t L 1 'W , '..' ,N '. . 'A .V-. 'rx ' - ' "- 1- V 1 x ' .uk- - 1 - 1 ' 4 ' . ' 1 1' I 1 ,.' ' e , . ' ' . ' .y L , ' x . ' . f , . ' , . . .',, .sz . .Km 5. . ., . Y ,. ' I . ,- . ' MA. 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'. .' -i '.- b 1 fy 1 A 1 Q THE 1936 FLATHEAD J Dlvapvbuw lm TlldllE lFlLA'll'HlEAD ARROW 3 The Flathead Arlow IS a newspaper 1n evely sense ol the word lt lb 1 nu ber of the Qulll and Scroll a nat1ona1 honor soclety for school pubhcatlons and thls year It recexved pralse from the Montana Hlgh School Ed1tOI the paper publlshed by the Montana Interscholast1c Edltoual Assoc1at1on The Arrow proxldes a real oppoxtumty for those who ale journahstxcally IH cllned To be a member of the staff one must show abllxty and wlllmgness to woxk Ed1tor 1n Chlef Asslstant Edltor Exchange Ed1tor Sports Edltor Staff Artlst Edltorlal Advlser Buslness Manager Buslness Asslstant Advertlslng Manager Clrculatlon Manager EDITORIAL STAFF BUSINFSS STAFF Vuglma Cook Betty Bernaxd Elame Moe Charles Byers Mr Buc MdL1l1LC Quesnel Mclxln Wlk Duncan Hllton Harold Louden Asslstant C1rcu1at1on Managers Leonard Stebbms Clarence Byels Ad Sol1c1tors Ila Holhngsworth Ray S1monson Patrlcla Whltvx ell Elalne Moe Buslness Advlser Mlss Berg REPORTERS June Axmstrong Eazl Boyd Betty Bruckhausez Bobble DeVoe Goxdon Duk leth Fred Fry Donald Rae Hatton Rena Hatton Dorothy Hew1tson George Hodson Noel Johnson Arlo KJos Floyd Martam Mary Janet Monroe Archle McDev1tt Jean Ness Pearl Nutter Frances Peterson Donald Phmney Edlson Sprxggs Tom Strom Gladys Toney Chester Thomas Bermce Koegler COLUMNS Noel Johnson Ila Hollmgsworth Jean Ness Earl Boyd 11 . Mali. ., ' A 4 J 4 T' ,S JT Y Qt A w ?f . 4 J S , , 4 - . . . ' . . -. l v - v 1 L alu- , , ,' . ' . , - ' . ' ' ' - . Noel Johnson . 4 . . . --F U I F V F - -A V Y M In-M A A V V Z I' v' mx v 1 l ' AMA A. V U A V , x IA A l Q . ,.., .... .... . . ..,.. ..1 .....-. . , ' ' Y . -------s , . . . , y ., V . - , , , , , , , , , , , Y 7 Y Y 1 I , , , . THE 1936 FLATHEAD 1 APPIINOKWIS To be elected to the Natlonal Hono1 Soc1ety for Secondary Schools IS one of the greatest honors that can be conferred upon an upperclassman Before 1928 only glrls were adm1tted but late1 the local chapter was reorgan xzed to elect both boys and gn ls The chapter was Httmgly chustened App1nokw1s a Kootenax Indlan word meamng ln the early dawnmg The ch1ef purpose of the soc1ety lS to render serv1ce but lt also alms to create enthusxasm for scholarsh1p leadershxp and the development of fine character 1n the h1gh school students Members are elected each yeal bv a faculty counc11 on the basls of scholarsh1p serv1ce leadersh1p and character OI' FICERS Pres1dent Noxman Laur1ch Ruth Gardlner Secretary Treasurer Mrs Grawe Sponsor MEMBERS Betty Bernard Ward Buckmgham Gayle Draper Ruth Gardmer Suzee Kmg T11man Larson Norman Laur1ch Dor1s Marken Frances Pr1ce Ahce Rueschelle 'IZ . r 5 1 , F l ,, 4 'Q - ,ae FJ vie :fa x 4 JL ' F - f. A ' ' ' 1 ' .,' 66 ' ' 17 . . . H. . ,, 3 , A , . , , , . Vice President ................................ ,,,.... ..............,..... ..,..,.......,....,.. S u z ee King 7 . 7 3 . 9 I S 3 Y 3 l ' THE 1936 FLATHEAD ' rr :sf Q y we up H1 FD ' , f ff. . gd I 4 ' E, l- . .5 h ' . . , I. i sf - ln' I C : . . X , I . S 5 I ' " 4- ' N 5 5 ' N' ' X' ' 5 - ' . ' , . y , : E 5 fly, x ' E 2 1 " V ' ' F E E E Q 'V rf 'Y - . E E g ' ' Q u -. 5 . ,lv Q E 5 E ' 3 v--Y - 2 5 5 ' - . 5 w . ' -G R ft , 1,3 . , ' 3, . 2 . , , U il .- , ,.... . I3 . K UC. 1 , . , , u' I . rl nag mann 1 'TAG MUVIUE CLUB A new experlment 1n clubs at Flathead was the organlzatlon ol the MOVIL Club Th1s club IS open to any upperclassmen who are lnterested 1n dramatlcs ot any sort especlally ln the field ot screen work The club has formed a MOVIE Intelhgence Buleau and keeps a bulletln board where all advance 1nforrnat1on on worth whlle shows appearlng at the local the aters 1S posted At regular meetmgs every two weeks reports ale made on all the new movles and speclal artlcles are read by members of the club on d1Fle1 en phases of the screen bus1ness Later the club hopes to become afllllated w1th the national o1gan1zat1on OFFICERS V1ce Pres1dent Norman Laur1ch Secretary Bee Carr MEMBERS Jean Ness Helen Jorgensen Gayle Draper Al1ce Rueschelle T1lman Larson Alma Hanson B111 Gust Frances Pr1ce Ruth Gard1ner Vernon Huck Duncan Hllton Fern Sw1tzer S1lV1O Fopp Robert Harrmgton Dolorls Dufour Dorothy Bergt George de Young Ruby Watters AIICE Montgomery Ila Holllngsworth Dean Berry Brmton Jackson Barry Braunberger 73 bud THE 1936 FLATHEAD MARIONETTES llu MillOXlLlltH lx l-latheads dlamatlc club open to unclexclassmen who au rnteusted III :ll phasu oi dfilllg and stagecraft Any undutlassman who is lntelested IH any phase of dxamatlcs may Jom Resealeh and xxork on actm dlI9Ct1I1g scenery hghtlng costummg and make up glxe the membels plactlcal LXDEIIQHCG Thls year extenslve work 1S belng done on one act plaw One oi the chlet purposes ot the club 1S to prepare the member for entrance lnto the uppelclass d1amat1c O1g3l'l1Z3tlOI1 Masque and Dagger UB I- Kinks P1 esldent Exponent EdlI0l Sec: etal v T1 easur 91 Dolothy Ols 1 Ellzab th H1 ton Lo1s Falkner QDOIISOI Mlss Barbel IVIEIVIBERS Estelle Vlck Inez Johnson Carole Petelsen Jean Caswell Cormne Bruck hausex Gertrude Fenby V1rg1n1a Robmson Dorothy Null V1v1enne Homme Ieona Henmcksen Adel1ne Larson John Llndsay John Evans Pat Hume Clyde Keelmg J1mmy Sykes Earl Mmklel Douglas Davles Patr1c1a Wh1twell Faye Steckman Shxrley W11l1ams Eleanor Engberg Loxs Stewart Gwen Berglnd Lo1s Falkner Helen Sundahl Faye Pan Nona Velten Ferne Parr Carol Bonde Rob ext Pierce Sarah Hodson Ida Thorstenson Dorothy Orser Ehzabeth H11t0D I r 'L K I , ' I ' s ' I , 1 I -. dr AV, , . fl- ,f - I Efllgffrhk' fra h K ' ' 1 Y H ' . . ., . , fu x Q . , ,x. h .... , J ,,l. , Z ls,-. . . . . 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'IHE 19.30 BLAIHILAD MASQUIE AND DAGGER The Masque and Daggel IS open to uppe1 classmen who a1e 1nte1ested pa1 t1cularly 1n dramat1cs The pu1pose of the club IS to further dramat1c act1v1tv and apprec1at1on 1n Flathead Th1s year the club sponsored an assembly on May 13 It also helped IH stage WOIk 1n maJo1 p1oduct1on Group work th1s year was concent1ated pr1nc1pally on make up actlng play wr1t1ng and 11ght1ng MP MBERS Anna Lee Agnes Knudsen Vernon Huck Ray Keyser T1lmar1 Lalson Cal ROb1HSOn Helen M1lls Margaret Lalrd Glenyce Bergman Vlfglnla Hudson Suzee Kmg V1rg1n1a Cook Duncan H11tOH MUF191 Chapman DeLos Savage Catherme D1er1nger Helen Walter Barry Braunberer Katherme Keete Frances Fellx Thelma E Newcome Ed1th N1cholson Leone Emery FlaV1a Halpm Maxy Janet Momoe Earl Boyd L1ll1ar1 Swore Ruth Lee Lo1s Knkpatuck A1lCt Mont gomery Vy1r1a Waggener Do1othy Belgt Fern Sw1tzer Helen Jorgensen Theo Adams Marybeth Burkhardt Beat1'1ce Olberg Robelt Mooers Joan Chuzmage 1 - - 1 r 1 1 I 1 I is I 1 1 1 'o g a ,f By 1 5 A .J . - .f Q 4 5 -at A -:J .1 I 3, , ,ZX L I I 1 1 2 N ' l 1 ' ,, 1 1 H , , 5 1, , ,,, ,. A4 ,., - 1' 1, N K . X f r - 9 C ' 1 1 1 A 1 . 1 ' . ., 1, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ', Y Y 1 0 q Y ' ' 7 5 Y 1 ' ' i . . x . , I Q. . .- Y 1 Y Y ' ! E 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 ' - THE 1936 FLATHEAD GIRLS DRILL TEAM 'lhe gnls dx 1ll team clad 1n black boots and breeches with Whlte shlrts and orange tles made then flI'St appearance at Flathead h1gh school th1S year The team drllled at all outstandlng home basketball games during the season and provlded good entextalnment between halves It IS planned ultlmately to 'VIEMBER9 Dolothy Petersen F1ances Pr1ce Betty R1ley Elame Moe Nancy E111ot Dorls Marken Catherme D1er1nge1 Lucllle W1Ck1uUd Adellne Larson Leona Henrlck sen V1v1enne Homme Mabel Spmk Sh1rley W11hams Betty Sahng Beulah Rob ertson Betty Bruckhauser Ellen Andersen Jean Casey Kather1ne Keefe Beatrlce Olberg LOIS Stewart Gwen Bergland Dolores Huso Thelma Moe Joan Churmage Jean R0b1SChOU V1rg1n1a Cook Drum Majol Flax 13 Halpln lb , X f Q . , 1 1 s 5 G 9 w ' , 1 .' ' . . 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THE 1936 FLATHEAD 'fl 7 THE 1936 FLATHEAD wlf 5 bmg the pldlbtf or Pldtkmedd Hlgh behuol Jommg all ID each endeaxox Each day our purpose renevx Courage exer shovung Strength 15 ever growmg On to uct ry gomg Flghi for Flathead Smg the pramse of Flathead Hxgh School To her we 11 ever be true 'C Fred Kelsel 3 L mm UNE THE 1936 FLATHEAD MIXED CHORUS Two years ago Flatheads musrc department added to rts membershrp the mlxed chorus wh1ch has been found to be a valuable addrtron to hrgh school choral srngrng The modern high school rs concerned wrth the educatron ot the masses and as such musrc departments seem to be tallrng rn lme wrth mass edu catron prrncrples It has been sard that choral smgrng rs the most elemental mass musrcal educatron that can be drscovered The selectron of members rn Flatheads mrxed chorus rs based on the students srngrng abrllty Rehearsals take place rn a regular class room The arms are 1 To strmulate a desrre on the part of members to do their best tor the good of the group 2 To Stab1l1Z6 therr abrlrty to srng well rn parts wrthout the ard ot an rn strument MEMBERS June Armstrong Betty Bruckhauser Gwen Bergland Joyce Boorrnarr l-tae Marre Casey Catherme Drerrnger Nancy Ellrot Eleanor Engberg Florrne Fuller Carlme Fehlberg Frankle Hrllrs Flaxra Halprn Leona Henrrcksen Agnes Haug Harrret Hoyt Lors Halstead Florence Johnson Jean Hoppe Margaret Keller Nona Lou Krrkpatrrck Laverne McGee Ethel Mongan Eleanor Munter Dorrs Munter Dorothy Nelson Dorothy Orser Ruth Prestbyc Dorothy Petersen Helen Papen drck Beulah Robertson Jean Robrschon Mary Shoemaker Faye Steckman lors Stewart Alyce Saylor Betty Salrng Mary Templeton Margaret Thompson Helen Taylor Shrrley Wrllrams Edna Westwang Earl Boyd Junror Carr Fred Fry Her man Grauman Homer I-Ienrrcksen Brrnton Jackson Wrdsteen Johnson Clyde Keelrng O D Martrn Earl Mrnkler Joe Mast Donald Phrnney Don Phrllrps J0hI1 Robbrn George Shoemaker Harold Hansman Gordon lee Mary Janet MonrO6 3 vm. 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Y Y 9 1 J ' 1 1 1 r r U 7 H y y V - v s 1 y Q f - n v 1 , 1 1 v . 4 , - THE 1936 FLATHEAD FLATHEAD SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA The Flathead Symphony Orchestra IS composed of selected members of the band and of strmg mstruments The mam purpose of the organxzatlon IS to pro v1de a chance for students to play and hear mus1c by the masters Each spung the orchestra presents a program of the class1cs Thls year the orchestra sponsored Professor Goodsell well known v1ol1n1st accompanled by Mrs Goodsell ln an excellent concert MEMBERS Helen Taylor Ferne Parr B1lly Denny Ethel M1tchel1 Dorothy Nelson Ella Evans G1lford Martln O D Martln Jack Orser Calvln Roblnson Robert Man n1ng Gordon Manmng Mary Templeton Marjorxe Templeton Ruth Pengelly Mabel Obl1nger Joe Obhnger Bob Huck Ruth Whlte Yvonne Thompson Barry Braunberger Carl Houl1ston Els1e Corb1n Franlue H11l1s Eleanor Klng lla Holhngsworth Norman Mxley SU X l Mae Hewitson, Dorothy Mils, Brinton Jackson, John Bear, Kathleen Cody, John THE 1936 FLATHEAD haha, lFlLA'l'lHllEAD BAND Steppmg out 111 Sllldll new oxan L and blatl UIIIIOIIHS the Flathead band spent a busy season th1s year playlng at all tootball and b sketball games as we 3044 QAIL' as at all student rallles The band also made good use ol Flathead s new stage and plt ln the audit M Q '44, by g1V1Hg concerts durlng assemblles and evemng programs Q The band was under the d11ect1on ot Mr Wenaas a newcomel to the t lx IVILMBI' RS PICCOLO Dorothy Mllls FLUTE Flavla Halp1n OBOE Brmton J son CLARINETS Dlck Allen Harry Bear Jack Gorton Mabel Pengelly omas Sweeney Kathleen Cody Elwood Foy BObb16 Burns Rogel Sherman Lowell Deseve Allen Aggson Graeme Bakel Kenneth FGIIX Betty Opp Jeannette Ran k1n SAXOPHONES Lynn Frashler B111 Gust Jake Nelson Don Phllllps June Baldwln CORNETS Norman Asbrldge Roger Bryant Douglas DdVl8S Robert Elckkert John Evans S1d Gorton Eugene Havens Ruth Hunt Haxry Isch O D Mart1n Jack Orser Junlor Re1neme1 Norman Torgerson Mouell Thompson G11 ford Mart1n Harry Anderson Harold AuCla1re Robert Hunslngex HORNS Stan ley Cloth1er Wendell Johnson Forest Loverlng Norman M11ey TROMBONES John Wendt Owen Wrlght Jack Anderson Robert Deseve Bob Robertson Drew ard D1ck1nson BARITONES V1las AuCla1re, LaVon Gllbertson, Grover Kauffman, J1m Mclntlre, B1rdeen SCh1bSt6d, Elmer Searle, BASSES Ray Magnuson, Robert Mannlng, Gordon Mannmg, Joe Mast DRUMS Barry Braunberger, Fred Broeder, Ivan Hanson, Howard LEWIS, Cal Robmson, DRUM MAJOR Flav1a Halpln 54 . 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J AM Mfbf THE 1936 FLATHEAD UUR OLD HIGH Once agam here our schoolmates assemble We fam would hft our hearts Ln song To our Hlgh School our dear alma mater Let gladness the moments prolong We are proud of our lads and our lasses Of honors won m days gone by So heres a cheer for our old High School For our old Hlgh School our Flathead Hlgh Soon for us vull our school days be ended And dreams of youth that fade so fast But we knovn that our hearts oft wlll ponder In memory of days that are past There are Joys that wzll long be remembered And fnendslups too that ne er can dxe So here s a cheer for our old Hlgh School I-or our old I-hgh School our Flathead Hlgh Lhorus Here s Here s Here s Here s our classes our lasses the lads they adore the Semors so mlghty Jumors so ilxghtv Fresh1e and Sophomol e Let m1rth and gladness bamsh And as the years roll bv Youll find us ready and steady Boosting for Flathead High 32 a sadness , , , . , , , Y, Y . , . . , . , . 1 - - ' X. ,to ., . "IO ' ' ' to ' 'to ' ' , H, ' ' ll Q y l THE 1936 FLATHEAD K 105' 5:1 3 X fa f Wm +3 3 3 P V-1 -X W vwb- an --E 4: . f.. ' Z It Jfke a . t 3 it, 'Z I A A , gf x ,ig Ffh? X ifie XX ,A 2 1: fiefif? 5 A V 91 Tl' if ff. keg li 5 gg R, iv lg X..W QQ IL 19.36 PLXTHB, USHERS Yaxds and yalds ot black and olange matellal unlulled Lostumes lox the ushers was the cly Shall we be Spamsh or RUSSIHH' Boots the fad of the clay was the style detelmmer and RUSSIHD guls ushexed the people to then' places at the xalled programs ln the Audltoxlum The bught orange sllk blouses wlth then tull sleexes hlgh neck and large black and orange sashes were morn w1th black velxeteen sklrts and rxdlng boots Shlrley Ernster worked very hard 1n gwmg the glrls thexr first 1nstruct1ons and practlce ln ushermg Jeanne Nelson was then chosen head vuth the followmg helpers Doris Marken Blanche Lee Maly Janet Monroe Joan Churmage Juanlta Sexton Thelma Moe Fllen Andelsen f N 'QQ 'th I xi! 51 , 1 1 . l -, V , I 1 H .P A D ,,,, ,.,. ' .. -. , .' '. l '. Y,.'. , ' V . - . U ., V ' . . .Q N h , 4 , , , .' . ' ' .' . . . , V . v . Y V Y ' . , l . . . 'A , - . Z - Q ' . Y , - 1 y 4 ' . lr A, 1 ,fp 21 .J 1' M' ifl' 513 lx I 1, Xu. 1 .I THE 1936 FLATHEAD MERLHANDISE 1 VU lxlTT HER NAME MONTANA Her Name Montana' a romance of the Flathead Valley rn dralogue and ong wrrtten by Fred Kelser and Grace Davrdson Baldwrn of the hrgh school faculty was presented at the Flathead Audrtorrum March 12 13 The story IS of three generatrons rn the Flathead of John Merrrtts decrsron to send hrs daughter Montana the dream grrl of her people back east to school of hopes and dreams and what happens to her and her people of so called prog ress real progress and finally of great love to match the shrnrng mountains the love of proneers' The trtle role of Montana was well played by Agnes Haug as were all the rest of the characters The other players were Grandmother Merrrtt Margaret Larrd Martha Mather Catherrne Drerrnger Jake Merrrtt Raymond Keyser Grandfather Merrrtt Brrnton Jackson Sally Arleen Duncan Beth Hazel Searle Pat Gwen Bergland Peggy Jaunrta Sexton Al Douglas Harold Pullram S1 Smrth Jrmmre Sykes Sam Wendel Herman Grauman Jay Gordon Brllre Denny Jrm Barrett Douglas Daxres Joe McKenL1e Vrlas AuC'la1r'e Steve McKay John Lmd say John Merrrtt Vernon Huck Pendleton Werr Edrson Sprrggs Rrley Severn Clyde Keelrng Pete Groxer Kauffman Shorty Howard Churchrll Slrm Law rence Young Guy Harold Hansman Brllre Drck Allen The Ranger Earl Mrnkler Dan McDavey Lawrence Young The Sherrft Bruce Guy Dancrng Grrl Shrrley Proneer Preacher Dean Berrx A mrxed chorus turnrshed the background tor solo work The productron staff IS to be grxen great credrt for the strlkrng scenery and lrghtrng Those on the stall vxere Stage manager and head carpenter Don Rrch ardson assrstant stage manager Eugene Hall burldrng crew Mead McMannamy Robert Mooers Earl Mlnkler Elbert Olson George West Thomas Strom Ned Opp Jake Nelson George Forsyth parnt crew Helen Read Barrv Braunberger Mead McMannamy Carle ONe1l Edrth Nrcholson scene desrgners Helen Read Margaret Larrd Glenyce Bergman Barry Braunberger costume deslgners Glen yce Bergman Barry Braunberger Margaret Larrd Ruth Hardawav make up Alrce Rueschelle Theola Meulr Edrth Nrcholson costumers Edna Westwang Audrene Sheppard Joan Churmage stage dressers Adora Bates Helen Grbb Lors Krrkpatrrck Marjorre Harrrs Mrldred Shrdrler gauze drop crew Iors Stewart Mabel Pengelly Helen Sundahl lrght crew Donald Phmney Ray Srmonson Helen Westwang Walter Lors Krrkpatrrck Paul Jordan Lawrence Young sound effects Edrson Sprrggs Lawrence Young propertres Helen Westwang Walter asslstant-. to the drrectors Leone Emerv Karl Houlrston busrness manager Josephrne Barrv 4 I , ,t . . 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' y- . . .. .. , ' - 1 . 1 1 ' THE 1936 FLATHEAD ALL ALONE IN THE COUNTRY WILL O THE WISP GRIZZLY BAND CONCERT APPLESAUCE PLAY CAST THREE ONE ACT PLAYS Thiee one act plays wcie presented Fuday M ich 27 the h1gh school auditoiium undei the duectlon ot M1 Richardson The fiist play was a tantasy Downs Makei ot Dreams with thlee graduate students taking the paxts Agnes Haug took the part of Pieriette in love with the singei Periiot played by Franz Robischon The part ot the Makei of Dreams who shows PBIIIOT that he loxes Peluette was poitrayed by Marion Dixon An lush tiagedy Willothe WISD was plesented by members ot the speech class Mabel Spmk took the part of the old woman keeper of the house to whlch the poets wite poitrayed by Virginia Cook comes with hei I11sh maid the poets wife ovel the Lliil to hu death The thud play wis .1 comedy All Alone in the Csountiy The pait ol Aunt Polly who visits hex old home in the countly alter many yeais and expects it to be quite countilhed and pumitive vias taken by Fein Switzer Susan hei niece poltrayed by Suzee King plays up to hu and is assisted in this by Peuy Stenson who takes the Ddll oi Dick Van Deuten an artist and friend oi Susans and who because ot his odd costume and l1dlC'L1l0LlQ actlons is mistaken by Aunt Polly fol an escaped lunatic Bt F , -, . . ,,. .' . Q a-. S Y in ' , I. I x ,, . - - - - , . , 1 l 1 V Y . X played by Catherine Dieringer. Billie Sykes was the Will-0-the-Wisp who lured '1 " - i ' I I 5' 5' ' . Z . . . X . .i ' ,A v , -1- X . i . ' .' ' , .' ' ' ,, . ' . . ' ,, . . - , . . . . ' ' . , x , 1 ' ' ' , v y , F 2 . ' ', THE 1930 r LA1 HEAD APPUESAUCJE On May seventh and erghth the last major productron of the year was pre sented at the Flathead audrtorrum under the drrectron of Mr Rrchardson Orrg rnally the annual senror play rt was opened to the whole school and sponsored by the senror class Applesauce was a hrlarrous comedy dealrng wrth the trrals of average Amer rcan parents and then bewrlderrng offsprrng Ma Robrnson played by Margaret Thompson and Pa Robrnson played by Robert Sykes were the dazed parents who really had a genurne aflectron for each other beneath therr hard shelled ex terror Therr daughter Hazel played by Frances Prrce was rn the mrdst rt love aflarr wrth two young men Brll McAll1ster played by George Wood and Rollo Jenkrns played by Cal Robrnson Her romance and marrrage to Brll were almost broken bv the rnterference of Brlls uncle Matt McAll1ster played by Randal Rueschelle and the gossrp ot Jennre Baldwrn played by Fern Swrtzer Exentually however everythrng was cleared up and they all lrved happrlv for ever atter The produetron staft consrsted ot the tollowrng Drreetor Tom Rrchardsorr producer Mrss Baldwrn publrcrty and busrness sponsors M Merrrtt and Mr Treloar busrness manager Werner Buck bookkeeper Thelma Logan stage man ager Don Rrchardson assrstant stage manager Eugene Hall Floorman Mead Mt Mannamy propertres Leone Emery Helen Westwang Walter Audrene Shepard lrghtrng Donald Phrnney Edrson Sprrggs costumes Edrth Nrcholson Marjorre man Helen Read Robert Mooers Edna Westwang and Rav Srrnonson fd' Wx X GRIZZLY BAND CONCERT The Unrversrty of Montana Grrzzly Band under the drrectron ot btanley feel rppeared rn a line concert rn the audrtorrum on Aprrl 3 The program contarned both classrcal and popular numbers ASS1StaHt Drrector Lester Smrth rntroduced a group of numbers whrch he had arranged The hrghlrght of the concert was the mass band selectrons whrch was composed of the Flathead Band and the Grrzzlles and was drrected by Srg Wenaas S n l '1 1 66 99 , ' .' . 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I ,JS f xl I Q 1 QS 1 L7 " , ' H cj 1111111111111 1932 33 beptember 6 School 1.61111 opens oi 1111ally Gettmg 1n wrong room at 111unt5 lOl that foohsh 100k 011 the 11115 ot 1ne1nbe15 of the Llass ot 36 T111 11.155 elects Velma JeL11k P1651 11111t MH1X'lll Dodson xtce presldent 111d I-1a11115 P1111 5e111ta1y t1ea5u1e1 l'h1 1la55 5130115015 a11 M155 C11a5 and 'NI155 Stua1t Sllldtlll C0u1111l 1epre 51ntat1x15 a11 D11115 Ma1ke11 and Fred F11 September 10 W111 50 abu5ed W1 X1 o Jam XL bu 1t loo 5 111ttg. ddlll 11111 xx 1111 lls fllllsht 111 110 5115 511 11ut5elx1s september Z1 Th1 11e5l1n1e11 115e 1111111 the 110nt seats III tl11 assembly to Nlllg Once Agaln He1e Ou1 School 1111105 Assembk 1111 th1 7114 stage beptember F1c5hn1an g11l5 elected to the Gnls League are Ruth Hatda xx 15 Betty B1u1khau5e1 and Suzee Klllg The league 5po11501cd the GlY'1S M11111 J C, Van !XIHbLllg',l1 Olg8I11ZQb the tl1111 tteshmcn amonb tts membe15 Velma J1711k playmg tl11 1ell0 Harrx ISL11 tl11 1o1net 11111 Dotothw Pete150n 1111 lVl111x 111511111111 10111 tl11 GI11 Llubs 11111 tl11 lVlu511 L lub otganlzed Ulldel tl11 5po115015l11p ot M155 P1 delson October 141111113711 IN 11111 unde1 v1a5 1 1 115 Xklll tl1111 lllsl hve games tl11 11111 ot tl11 school band a 1 11111 p1p 11ll1es h1lp111 t e HdIlW 15111 11111 VQIIIOII Hu1k me111be1s 1 1 5 1 db play co111ets1n lt band ll LS dl 5 a 111151115 on tl11 tootball plavels November 71 1 ju11015 at hosts to th1 1la55 01 36 at the annual Jun1o1 P105h palty and shovx them C1 1111111111 wood lllTl6' The I'1ge15 lose to Hele11a and Gteat Falls December 1 Tl1e 11151 IHdj01 pro 1111011 ot tl11 xea1 15 p1151ntcd L 1 1 e1tN 1eat11 11 a T011hbea1115 and 15 dl16LlQd b M155 Cole and M155 Stuart One 1111111 bet 01 the Lldbx 01 36 tal1e5 pa1t SL1711 img ls J1nnx tl11 111a1d Januarw 2 Back to th1 old glllld dftel Ch115tma5 xa1at10n What d1d Santa Claus bung xou FlLShlC Walt Du1111 a11d Pete Bu1k1111, ham a1e elected to th1 Student C0un11l The Detbg Club g,1x15 a bow SOLldl a11d dance on the txxclith Ttlman La15011 and Duncan H1lt011 are p1cs1de111 and 1111 p1es1dent specttxelx 01 the Math Club Februars The 116511111611 put o then assembly and ate qulte success tul Betty B1uckhauscr Tom Perxy Jean Robtschon Btll Rhodes and Wet ne1 Buck take Ddllb 1n Thank You Doctot Ill1ElSLl101dbl1L ba5k1tball lb 115um1d 1111111 5u1ce55ful The f115hm111 1051 out lll 1nt1'1mu1a1 basketball arch 'Pl Spug, lb h111 511111 D111 xx1athe1 V1111 haug., Aprll 1 Goof Dav 15111 GC0lf,L Wood Ju5t too b11 00 t11ul and T1lr11111 lat son l011k5 so sweet IH th051 1011113115 Wlaw bChO1d1bh1D 111nt15t5 1 th tl11e1 11e5l11n1n competmg 1t B071man 111 111 1.a1s011 ums 5 0n'1 1n ,, 1111 1l SLI 1111 and tl111d IH algebta Robetta Home places 1n H151 xeal h0n1 11011 1,1115 and Suzee Kmg 10111pctes 1n 111st xea1 Enghsh F atnead 0515 th d 5 ll 1 11a k me t 111 Wh11c'15'1 bx on pomt We dont 511011 50 wcll 111 the state meet 'Vlav 27 SCHOOLS OUT . - , . 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K ISPELL GARAGE BUICK CH EVROLET CADILLAC The Best ln Each Class ALWAYS OPEN Sermce Statlon ln Connectlon Flathead Motor Sales Co THE 1936 FLATHEAD SlENl0R LOG fCOHtlUuCCl, 1933 34 September 5 School takes up The sophomoles get It back on the class of 37 A18 those flosh green' Walt Dunn wlll lead the class of 36 Frances Prlce IS secretary and tleas urer and Tommy Perly 1S NICE presl dent Replesentatlyes ln the Student Councll are Tllman Larson and Chuck Byers September 9 Llsten tleshle see that you do that F up rlght and dont spale the xx hltevtash September 20 Its pretty hald to dlag out soph o more when the llLbl1ITl6I'l slng the school song ln as sembly The A Cappella Qlllbll has been added to Flatheads muslt dcpaltlnent and IS lttcpted wlth ellthuslaslll Bee Qdll lb SCLI6ldlW ot tht lVlO1dll llrltlblt Club Bally Braullbelgel ls a dlullllnel ll the lflathead Band lfallllly Jane Plottol sccletaly tlcasulel ot the. btllbblels Llub lVl Matteson sponsols a CdIll61d Llub They elect Suzee Klng secle lily tleasulel Robelta Hume ls xlct pIt'Sld6l1l ol the Holne EL Club Mlss Butk DDOUSUIS tht lNld11OIl6ll6b WSIHGI Buck IS plebldfilll Fled Fly xlce presldent Ruth Galdlllel secle taly and Jean Roblschon tleasurel lllmall LAISOD and Robelta Hume are IT16I'l1bElS ot the Honolaly F Club A pep club to alouse school Spllll has been O1gHI'l1L9Cl ulldel the name ot lolnahawks SODllUlllOlL Tornahawks ale WGIHQI Buck Pete Bucklngharn Bee Lall Walt Dunn Fled Fly Tom 611V llllldll ladlSUll and Geore Wood Nollllall ladlllllll llllndll Ld1bUIl WLIIILI Buck and lJOl3 Burton ale AIIOVS XGDOIIGIS October Notcmlur lf la hea l xvllls loul tootbal alnes losts two and tles t, ley deteal Cl at F l's o tht nlst tllne ln hlstoly December The hoopstels have be bull plattlte Walt Dunn makes the xalslty squad Thelma Read Ruth Gardlner Frances PFICS Robelta Hume Dorothy Peter sen and Sui KING form a sophomole sextette January Happy New Yeal' Yes' Get down to work Geolge Wood and Pete Bucklng ham 819 Student Councll replesenta tlxes second semestel February The basketball team de teats the Haxre qulnt at the tourna nent IH Gleat Falls The lntramural toulnament IS won by none other than the class of 36 The players are John Shelman Velnon Huck Wernel Buck lrled Fly Geolge Wood Chuck B els Kenny Madsen Halley James and Slut RUWldIl lllt Student Loullcll plesellts l'le lllles ot the Flcld the second f1'1aJ01 ploduttloll ot the Nt.dl Agaln one of tu tlls tl 36 ls lcplesented e lllllltll lblt Xl0lllLd Fldlt a SOC1GlV lady lx poltlaytd bv Suzee Klllg Nlarch The SODHOIHOISS glVB thell illlltldl assembly a comedy entltled tlllbldlldlllg assembly programs of the Niall lNldllOTl Wllley Werner Buck llld Suzee Klng take the parts of Ger llldllb tlonl the old country yah Helen xlllls and Geolge Wood are the sup poltlllg, cast Wlarch 30 Goot Day lb lllrllti dgalll xxlth ex GIVOHG a wee blt tetched Aprll Suzee Klng dlrects the Mar lonettc play The Teapot on the Ro ks Lollalne Bond Nlta Sexton 'lcd Fly Tllman Larson and Fern 'Wvxltzcl take the parts It IS one of the outstandlng assemblles May Allce Rueschelle places second lll the school IH declamatlon 'Iwo ot OU1 tlack team placed ln the state lneet at Mlssoula May 15 Annual day and the usual YOUIG sule a keen kld wlsh I knew you better scrawled ln your Flathead May 2 last dav ol s hoo' Alnt that lest too bad . , .. 1 ' ' A 7 I ' A Q -1 ' , i , ' - 1 . .ee ' D ' 1 ' 1 ' v l A 1 ' 55 51 1 LL '! 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" "5:i5'I'1":l:1:4:1:':.,.,.., .. - 1:21 ' 2 S2212E23122?3?..s:n1:-In-.-1-:-:-.,.51+.-.',f'f N"'1g29s5x52:5sg5:1:1:111151351515:5:3151315:I.2.1.1.,,515:5:3535E3:5:5:g:g:5:,:g-1,1 . . 1 : . 1, ., i 'r a ' , on an O O n O Q ' - -V All 1- 5 f . . ix I . 0 C ,,,-- THE 1936 FLATHEAD SlENlOR LOG CCont1nuedJ 1934 35 September 4 Back to school' but as upperclassmen th1s t1me Cthereforc the COYICSITD The freshmen are a 111 tle greene1 eve1y year Ou1 tall iran Werne1 Buck lS ou1 class p1es1dent You cant 1n1ss h1m Geo1ge Wood IS nu p1es1dent and Chuck Bve1s 11111 1cco1d class meet mgs and take nut ot the pennles September 8 Yeah the F ls K atte1 the fl0Sh whltevxash t september l9 H IL s to tht UN IORQ so tl1g,htx september Rtpltsuxtatlxts 1 tht udnnt C ULIIILII Walt Dunn Do ll lVl llktll and P6113 Sttnson Pe 1 Bllllilllghdlll ls 1 111 p1es1du1t ol tht Studi nt Cthlllllll All sl hool IlllXL 1 lht Honu Room Longuss coxnpustd ol homr 1OlT1 DlLSldLIl1S to dfiltxlllllllt. ILlll1OIb Duncan Hllton Tommy PLIIV Fxances PULL Dola Blllttjll HObGlld Hume Peuv Stenson and Suns Klllg XVCIIILI Btck 1s chosen uct pltsl dent ol tht Tomahmks Othus ltcted axe Bee Lan Walt Dunn I'1ed Fu Ceoxge Wood Tllman Lalson Chuck B3e1s and Thomas Perry NLJ1lTldll I lL1l1Lll ls spoxts edltox 1 the A11ow Duncan Hllton adveltlsmg managet ani Hfnold loudtn cntula 1.1011 manage1 Thc1e atc seven 110111.18 hom the Jumox class on the statl MALIIICP Quesnel busmess manaem Phe Futuu l'a1mc1s ot AIT1e!lCd elttt Rlchfnd Banu p1es1dent ot the Ag Club Rogel Metcall vlce pres1dent and Wayne Mahugh the11 1eporte1 Lament Hans 15 VICE presldent oi the Home EL Club and Pe8gV Cu1 us IQ secmtary and treasurex Ruth Ha1daxxay IS presldent ol thu. Gnls Athlet1c Club Ha7el Guv ts wee p1es1dent Do1othy Pete1sen 1S v1ce p1es1dent ot the 1VIOZ8lt MUSIC Club DOIIS Malken lb chosen use DIES 1dent ol the Masque and Dagger Club and Jean Rob1schon sec1etary October 30 Masque and Daggel Balll Dance November In lootball the major 1ty oi ITILYUDQIS ot the nrst team are 1lOll'l the 11111101 class They are Walt Stens F1cd Pete Nolman and Steve Roxxlxn The season IS fa1rly success tul Flu Ulllbldlldlllg game of the yca1 ls wlth Haut whom we defeat 1 to tl Wh1ttI1sh beat Us by one pomt Cutsns Oul tootball players JOIH the X ilslly P C' 1b Nlovember Pb lht mst ITldjOl play lJlOCiL1 11011 GIUXRIIIE Palns ULllS1iIldlIlg stlcktss Wo wonder Wlth Lxtlllfak. Wood Chuck Bvers and Iwancts Putt takmg pa1ts and the DlOdLlCll0Il stall composed la1gel3 of ILIIIIUIS November 30 I Wlsh I hadnt eaten so much ox GI Thd1lkSg1X,lIlg' December Basketball season IS here December 2:1 lVlL11y Ch11stmas January School agam w1th Fry Buck Dunn James and Stenson on the h1st tcam IH basketball Not so sutusstul lh1S veal l-,xams Dont botl1e1 me' lm Clam mmg Fehruarv Mom basketball' Nlarch 1 Anothe1 all school m1xe1 March 6 8 Ou1 team IS deteaated 1t thr Gxeat Falls tou1nament April 5 Goot Day on a new plan -X dance 111 the evenmg Aprll 10 The Masque and Dagge1 Club presents Huckleberry Fmn JUUIOIS taklng pa1ts ale FIHDCGS Pr1 e Patsy T1aynor Fe1n SW1tZ6l Su ee Klng Jean ROblSChOU Geraldme Meve1 and VGIDOH Huck The produ tlon stall IS made up almost entlrely ot lLlI'l101S . I . . . ' ' ' ' 5 . . - '- y' - - , - , . . '. , . . D ' b' - ' v I V . . - ' 7 ' - ' s . f 'C v' -A 1 ' A ' ' 1. w sv .. ,' . , . Q 1 F A' I ' - ' ' - ' . . 1 -L V 1 ' 1 ' -1-- V -' I N 'Q ' 1 ' ' . 1 ,, y , 1. M U' 4 - v , A , - . A -. I. ' .. L. i A ' 1 ' U -1 vi ' , L. . , - I .. G .41 . X J - V f x , , - . ' K b. ' ,- ll" xv V . ',. ' . V , XY v , 1 8 A V X: x I , Y is .u i '-' 4 ' 3 ' . J. . ' ' . . N .. 1 ., ,v , ' . V ' ' bt 1 ' ' ure- ' . V- . ,, 7. , 1 lv,-Qld I, l-yv -- d , Q - 1 - - L . Q IL . 1 , . -1 A" . ' 1 ' . I . . , . , . ' ' ' ll ' 1 .1 . 'N A 1' ' ' 3 X K f ' - ' c ' . " ' " " " '," is an B' U 1 1 V- ,. i ' L. . . ,ssh A . ' K' 1 ' D 1 I '1 X x 1 . , .S . .' . A Y - ' 1 -f ' ' 1 - -up-' 1 ,- H ' . I I ' school policies. is graced by such V . H i' ' v. nv A Q -v ' V , . . -. . J , x v. . A ' , ' ' 7 1 , , . . 1 . ' 7 ' f ' Y' . T J 1 - ' . n I , 1 A X ' 1 ' ' sc- . , . . r ' 5- L - s 1 1 '- ' - 4 y ' - . i i y , . , , WMV. I ' 1 , ' xi , , ' .. 31 ' . . . 12 ,V V. .S , . -. ' , 1, - 1 A!! . H I , i .- .. 1 ' 7 . . : e V ' . . . , f .- J J -1 . - ' ' ' ' v, . . ' .2 V ' ' -1 J re- ' - 1 1: '- ' ' - 1 . -L, I h u ' - 1 , ' -. z L 1 L A -1 - . ' 4 - 1 'f - 1 - 1 ' " ' .1 . . t , ' -. ' . if '21, U ' ' 1 ' I . , v 4 ', Q . - . W 4 , ' ' '. 11 A ,, ' ' H ' ' ' A ' ' ' . . ' . . . 'C 5 , , 11 1- v- V i v. v 7 S A V - . 4 v '- ' ' A ' ' s a .. ' ' ' ' ' ' 1 ' . ' . C' :fl THE 1936 FLATHEAD GREAT WESTERN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION MEMBER FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK Authorlzed Capxtal S3 OOO OOO Subscribed Capltal S1 500 OOO OWN YOUR OWN HOME Rooms 1 and 2 Buffalo Block Kahspell Montana HOLLINGSWORTH DEPARTMENT STORE COMPANY Congratulatzom I93 6 N y th y b FOR clurng l936 37 EVERYTHING d App r ELECTRICAL g' ' . 1 Q . , Y , . . . . ' K. K. A ' I.CA.PENNEY conrmvv, luxe. 5 To the Faculty and Student Body for your achievements in 5 - 3 la e e even gr t r i . Allow us to express our lhanlcs an reciation fo the many courtesies shown us durin he past year THE 1936 FLATHEAD SENIOR LOG CContmued1 Aprll 22 Whx s all the dnt flung Dont tell 110 Let me guess T119 haxent leallw stalted VV0lk on the new blllldlflg Bettx Be1n111d 1s chosen Dlf6SlC1Cllt of the Sen 1te debate club Maw 4 The class ol 36 gues tl1e 1nnual promenade 111 honox ol the 11du1t1nb e11ss T e theme lN 111 1nes t 1 101111 1nd ls 1 bn., success llls Mnlxen eleeted queen lL C 1e11x Bossom Fest1x 11 S e 1ttended bx PllllLeSs 13111110 DlC1xlllNOl1 lllfl P1lllLLSN Sulee Klllh lVl1nx students tt nd the st te ll 11 meet 1t l11lSsOLl1l Allee Ruesehelle '36 p11ees seeond 111 the school deelamatlon contest lxlflll DOVtCl to xou A11ce Tl1e Glee elubs mlxed C1lOlllS 1nd otl1e1 rnuslc o1gan171t1ons t1ke pnt 111 Ruth Ga1d1ne1 Fxanecs PIICL Pete B1lLk1l'lghHlTl Tllman Lnson No1ma11 Launch Robe1ta Hume and Su7ee Klllg IGCGIXC pxetty blue lettels te1l1ng ot tl1e11 electlon to n1embe1sh1p 11'l Ap Dll101iVvlS tl1e Nd1l0ll81 HOl1Ol SOCIETY Se111o1 Week How we enxx those SLIHOIS f1oat1n,g HIOUIIC1 tl1e l1alls lNexe1 xou l'Ull1C1 You xe only Olle 111019 xeal and xou 11111 do the same Willlel Buck 1s aw nded the publlc speakme, eup at the 11st 1ssemb1x f the seal And so il1Ol1lel sehool NL"il ends and all st 11t ofi fo1 the ol Svlllflllllll l1oe Be seem vou next tall 1933 36 September 9 He1es to the ll1lg1l1N s 11018 Out ot 1X 1 1 11081 Exen 110 SClllOlS lools. 1 llttle gleen xx 1511 then f1nd themselxes Ill the XNlOI'lg pen Ol ln the B'1pt1st ehuleh ll1S1Ldd ol tl1e P1esbxte11an C1lL1lL11 go ng IS a lmle new to .1 lot ol students Geo1ge Wood IS p1es1dent 1 t1 88.11101 el1ss T1l1111n lalson xlee p1es 1 ent 1 1llC,LS llLL see1et11x 111 1JOlO11lX C 11111111 1lLdSUlOl September 12 Fnst assembly ot tl1e xear takes place 1n the P1esbxte111n church T11e1e lb a fme attendance lll sp e of the tact th1t thu de nt t1lse 10 September 18 He1e s to the SEV lOlb so nnghtx September Pete Buek1ng11a111 presldent ol the student bodv Sm ll1OlS 111 the Student Connell 11e Je 111 Rob 1se 1011 S X10 Fopp 111111 IFSOI1 DOIIS M ll1xLll Tllllilllle PKIIW PLllX Stenson NOlllldll L11111e11 Bettx Be1 Illld Robelt Hdlllllglllll 111d Sufee Klhb September 28 F st lootb111 ,,1n1e ol tl1e season T e B1 IX es dete 1x1e blue Pon1es P 0 Chuels B311s 1s the tootb1ll n11nage1 d the te1 lb composed ol Ste nso11 I lllllell Buck ll1f.,1ldlTl Du11n P11 Huck Innes and thlee ox fou1 110111 the otl1e1 el1sses athead lll he1 hght 101 st 1te Cllll'1 131011511113 Sco1e 19 0 October 10 Sen1o1s 1n tl1e Tom1 hawks a1e Pete Walt F1ed Jean Rob lschon Stens Tom Pens Chuck and Suzee Klng WEIHGI IQ p1es1dent oi tl1e o1gan1zat1on Oc ober 11 F u1 g s ale e11 s as chee1 leade1s Suzee Kmg leplf sents tl1e SGIIIOIS October 12 The B1axes sealp the Helena Bengals 13 F October 19 Fl.1the1d loses to 1111s soula 40 14 A sehool bus takes a number ot stu dents dovtn 101 tl1e game The e11ee1 leadels lead then1 1n vells October 22 IL mst SIX nee s elades Hold mx hand 1 need suppmt October 27 The B1axes dete 11 Pol s n 21 0 Fu1 Halp1n xxlns 1llS1 111 tle all state band on t11e f111te November 4 The B1axes g the walpath 111 a 11011111151 bllflald 111d send tl1e Wl11t 11811 Bulldogs Xlpplllg e seole vxas 13 . ' 7', ' . v' 'J H ' -1 1 -- X v A ,y . X I t K 3 V B, , ' . ,L E, , JZ L , , ' . , . . . . v I - A - - ' s 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' 11 it ' 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 , , . - - ' ' ll. b 1 - . , l . , . , . A s -- 1 - CB- 1 L - , , . ' N ' J" , . I -1,5 . U . Q , . - 1 ' 4 , -- 1 1" . ' . is QQ '2 L ' ff ' 11 - e"- 1 ' - 5 1 . 1 ' plz It is given in l1e Elks' 11111 ' 1 1 ' " 1 '1 52 - 1 1 1 1 '1 5 Q 'l . 11" . T11 z Le 5 . D1 z"1 is 1- ot' I' tl- T1 1 ' 'z. 111 is 1 5 - ' ' " 1 1 I '- z -' : 1 Q a 0 1 : ll 1 'ac ' ' ' 11'-' 2 I "1 ' ,, . -.. . . '.' . 11 1 'e ' 1 -at the , v - W ' . K ' s Y 1 . . -Q. 111 1 --. 1, - , . . . ' . 5. V . , I: ' e z ' 1' an - -1 lll , . . ' , " , ' 1 : . 11 " ' , "- . , - , tl1e music festival at VV11itefls11. October 5. Great Falls 1l'OITl1JS on .f . ' .l ., , xp. V' 1- Fl. ' v ' ' . L- 2 X I 2 - . . ' . A k sk. Q 1 1 I I . N ' x - ' . U ' v , . k 4 I V I l - ' 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 - . - ' ' . , ' . . ' L . A I ' , . l v . . 7 V A , , , t . o ' 11',' ' ' osen ' ' , ' 1 1 - - 1 1 ' 1 - 1 - 1, , Q 5 1 . v 'L . E 1 A T - . . ' , . . , Z: LS. A. 0 , , H " '15 Q-' 1 1 v f 1- ' 1' Q. -1, 5 e 1 ' '1 We ' 1 : ' . ' lk ' . 'Q- we : 1 ' ' ' 1 ' . " ' ' 5 . - . lx. X L- s, ' ' ,4v 'f A t . J 1 - L. . ' 5, - , ' ' ' xl x ' '1 l ' .Cl 'cf n j ve y. ' :l I 11 1 Q1 ' z 1 1 11 1 ' 1- . 1 1- , . 1 "1. '11 - - ' . K . -- ' 5 1. - , so . '- . 1 ' ' ' .' 1 .i. . . 1 ' 1 ' " 0' 10 -. 1 " o on N. , ' V 1 ann.: ' Q J. .S Q .' , E , Xiu- . . . ' . , ' V , 2 Ad1 3 Fu 5 " 1 1 d pe 'el . 5 ' . - 3 1 - , .1 - -, T11 -- :-7, ith THE 1936 FLA THEAD Compllments of Flathead C ommerclal Co A Home Owned Instltutlon Nat Covers for the 1936 Flathead BECKTOLD COMPANY StLu 'Pe BLUE LANTERN r ume a dfBeaulp Shop I ermcmenl C1913 W E h FOUNTAIN d LUNCHEON O I if mf !' ,y ,ff f " Sa 3 .. WT Q2 fx .Q H H Q 90,9' 19'0P+ '. '+A ' 009 Q10 ,W e ? UQ '93 af' 4-Qu JVC ID XX! 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THE 1936 FLATHEAD SENIOR LOG CCont1nued1 So ends the lootball season with Stenson on the second all state team and Lau11ch haxtng honorable men t1on Noxember 21 W6IllG1 Buck elected DIGXN of Sen'1te Tom PQIIY 18 xice piesldent Nm ember 28 Ill take a thnd help mg of tuikey pleise No the sawmill isnt staiting up lm eating some eel eiy Ieaxe iooni lOl the pumpkin pn Dcember9 Ooh Aaah ee 1snt ll puity Sehool isnt so bad aftei 111 when you hue 1 sxxell nevx school go December 20 lht tnst basketball llllt lll the new gy1nnas1u1n We ost 1U1lVNlS1OVV!1 SLIIIOI pl1ye1s ne Stens litek Rose FIV 1nd Captains Dun11 llld James Qnoige Wood is rnanagel Deeember Ll Tle elass ot Sb pu -.ents the annual sen1o1 ball in the new hyni IJlLUIdtlOIlS ale plohibited but LXLINUIIQ lb hwing, sueh a good tnnt he doesnt notiee December 27 Otn hoopsteis lose to Januarv l 111115, out the old IIA, in the I1 Ring, happy bells ae1oss the snow lhe yeai is go ng, e 11111 do ig out the e the January 10 l-line deleats Flathead January 1 1 im d eats 111 Bank 1 January l11lf,,N not-1 CI11Ol's K1 tl WOUI Januarv 17 Flathead loses to Whitt HN11 by one bis el January 22 Fnst issembly in the neu 1ud1to11um SLDIOIS haye ehoiee seats 111 the m1ddle section Theies a beautiful simplicity about the audi toxlum January 23 24 lsxnns The des tiny ot many semois hangs ID the bal ance January 4 Foiget WOUI exam grades and Join us at the hlst ll school mixer of the yeai January 25 We play Missoula and ose January 21 Seeond semestei iegis t1at1on and ieport caids I feel faint February The school band in uni toirn the gnls d1111 team organized by Sig Wenaas and led by Fluff Halpin and the cheei leadeis do the11 utmost to help out the local hoopste1s Polson yyins the d1st11ct basketball lOU1DdIYlLIll held heie 101 the elass B IOS-lms March The t rn leaxes lox the 'Xlo1thvtest basketball tou1nament at Gieat Falls Suzee King goes along SUDIJOII on 1IlXll.c1t101l 110111 e leat Falls ehee1 leafleis S e shovtn a rlght loyal good tnne Dblllll and James ale lIl1l0dLlLLd lll the Gieat Falls assembly and Suzee leids then student body in 1 eouple ol yells Gayle D1ape1 and Betty Beinaid ale ass1stant Aiioxy editois Chuck Byeis poits editoi Mau11ce Quesnel lS business managei and 1Vlelx1n Wik IS old Iouden ale adxeitising and CIICU lation I1ldIldg9lS iespeetixelv Theie d1E about ten sen1o1 iepoiteis The Appinokvtians ale 1n1t1ated Allce Ruesehelle DOIIS lVla1ken and Gayle Diapei aie added making, a to tal oi ten 1ne1nbe1s Noiman Lauileh IS piesident ot the o1gan1zat1on Suzee King xiee p1es1dent and Ruth Gard 11191 secietaiy tieasuiel The Moxie Club 15 0IgdIl1LGd spon 5OIGd by Miss Gilliland Suz e King, piesldent Noiman Laurlch yice p1es1dent and Bee Ca11 SQCl6l8lN neasuiei He1 Name Montana piesented by the Student Council is a success Sen 1013 taking parts ai Peggy Land lxlld Sexton Herman G1auman Velnon Huek Geoige Shoeinakel a11d Dean I5e11y Many othei SGDIOIS take pait 111 the choius and a1e on the DlOdUC t1on stall Q N , 1 W . . . 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X - . .V I 'J' ' ,V V V V V, V - V . 2 g . . , I , - V. - Tl' THE 1936 FLATHEAD Congratulations Class of '36 You have completed a splendld general education We now mvlte you to specsaluze ln an lntensuve busmess course un one of the largest busmess colleges In the entlro Northwest Our average dauly attendance IS above 500 our annual enrollment exceeds I2OO Choose from the followmg courses SECRETARIAL SI-IORTHAND TYPEWRITING BOOKKEEPING ACCOUNTING SALESMANSI-IIP CALCULATIN6 MACHINE WORK The leading educators of the State heartily endorse our methods of nnstruc tnon and scholastlc attannments Over I2 000 graduates recommend at Every department fully accredited Write for Illustrated Folder dig RICE Cv SCOTT Proprletors In contmuous Butte sesslon smce IBQO Montana ' oto rap Photo 'Zh Expert Fmlshmg ' i I Servue ma. I LIVE RE ASONA BLE PRICES RAINBOW STUDIO OVER JORDAN S CAFE ,. Chestefs Books Statlonery Office Supplies, Gift Shop Merehandlse We Speclallze an Standard School Supplies A The Most of the Best for the Money www Rental Lzbrary 217 Mum Street Phone 307 99 Q u ' u . . , . 1 , I I ., 5 - K 2 'vi . 5 is -' e Q - i gh , 'I I I w - ' 2 , I 5- 3 . S , , L. X I . .' s n, t X X Y sed X , 5 T ' . ' . x ! ! 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IJ: ' us hmk 1 ' -- 111 llll' to glnlzi 12119, .Mzwnng I rm- 1liiIllZ'LlfTQ'i gy- q -1g my du ' U tl X YCLII' zum-3 Hhhn-1'Iz1 1 hh--. Hu ' llilfillll, TQCIIINXH1 Iihu-:h. I'h -hwm K -II 'Y , ' bg Q I nl it mA mf Ill UQ IHC! HHNMXHV 5111 mm ,.,,1XC 5 jtlll- IM ll , b Il V Q 1l'1 j'llLl Vw 1" 'ng 1' ' .d '1 A IA1I'1" 1111, Po 1 xxx" nw .1 dmm mi. Ilmlm. k 1 WL.. .il 1. V . ull . 1 Ma 'U.'1'1t PvI'lI1'l-'ihllll xx'11l:h's, ill-1'2lfJ1 vu: 1,41 , 'ml his Mn I-Dil ', K, 11 Ml F . .md Inn-to dllx. I 1 li IN.,l1 Hmly :Um L 1 K. , I mg Hi!- -illS1 :as wvll mul rliull nw lm. all Am 1:11 IX15 Y1 Lhnfi l'I1nxx hmx .Xllf Nm - dx lhur 01' H- 51 gl -'- INLIVII XX'Ul'li thu Ahhuul is until Xwllhll' ,ml YQ. in 111, MVC: of the Cl. of em thc' :l'11', Did you W 1' 511 p hm Ljgfji 1110 '--1 C . 1 9. , -, ,I thi lg I hwcl in writ' this up aft:-1' 'hug x Y ' ' A za d ' hh ' ' L ' 7 'I'h'1 il l1'lI'l. to be. ,g f ov X '. 11 xd. , .1 X- W ' A A . . AN VL Q .UQ Q " . ' ,rd ani ' ' ' A A , i 211 lust hs-re it is" 1 . , V V , , , 'l'hc- pl'--' fp .' 'ld by thl .'f1i,1' '14 .Ibn 5 A . V ' Q A d. ' ji '. j . THE 1936 FLATHEAD RAWLING'S Athletlc Equlpment DISTRIBUTED BY A M Holter Hardware Co HELENA MONTANA Fred A Brinkman, A A I ARCHITECT WHIDPS BLOCK KALISPELL MONTANA G IQIDQ IGI' QU? y th F I Phone 588 Alb D So t Drmks he Cream Lunches cl T b g T 120 M Kalxspell Montana For Graduatzon 'X Q EAGLE SHOE CO Frrh F f Q 0 0 0 , . . . ' . . . N7 l , QSC 39 , X .N X is X V V' fffx X X ' f we - I Sa it wi owers but--Say it with 0 james Jorgen Crt reesse 1:3 , . A A W I M M 73333 EL H .T A f . , i , 1 . Candies, Cigarettes an 0 accos , ff Budweiser, Fishin ackle 5515-ghil, ain Street 1 . -F , We i e eet 101 THE 1936 FLATHEAD The Most of the Best for the Least HOILAND S Grocery and Market Phones 222 223 SERVICE Plus Quality Merehancllse Rapson Serfvlce Statlon The Dally Inter Lake Glves the News Whlle It ls News leased wne SGIVICG ot the ASSOClHtGCl PIGSS C, M ORSER Over IVIacIVI1IIan Drug Phone 574 Bus Depot News bland Transfer and Coal J P Hebelt TAXI Mam Street Telephone 267 F1tch Drug Co Students Alwavs Welcome 205 Mam Street Kallspell W i U35 F-QQ mem ue s Grocery Headquarters for School Supplus OWL BARBER SHOP WHERE VI UDENTS MFEI bo to Cum Transfe1 and Coal Lo AND F KNER MAIN ST Ask for Orlgmul Owl Creek Coal yS II L I T In N Il AI S fy I Ill g PHILCO RADIOS AUTOMATIC VVASHERS CASEY SL HALLEY Modern Home Appliances 7 rhlld St E Phone 138 'k North Star Dalry Phe Best lll PASTEURILED PRODUCTS Cash Buyers of Eggs Cream Mllk Phone 63:1 130 2nd St West DR R A THON Dentist ECONOMY GROCERY AND MARKET Staple and Fancy CJFOCBFICS and Meats PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT the temple Ira rnnm Mrs P N Bernard Mgr ELKS TEMPLE BUILDING Kaluspell s Best for Your Specializes FRANK VVHEATON BICYCLES AND KEYS Phone 63 1 Adams Block 224 First Ave W Kallspell Mont , l - . Q 1 s Y e . . I N I B ' 111 ' , ' je- , 0 I ' ' ' ' A smn-1 LI. NO, 1 M V The e oxnlill a e 00111 I izel H ,Yr Use it once md you will always use il Ve i e uh No Clinkers and Holds fire over ni ht I LU ' " . . I , , , - 1 . . . , . ' 1 4 . . ' 5 - 1 ' - 1 , 5 . I I A II I N . . , . I ll .' THE l936 FLATHEAD RECIPROCITY QUICKENS 'rv-is Business Lure OF EVERY COMMUNITY- SPEND vouR Mower AT HOME 40: fgawmw E R'S Where Good Furniture COSTS LESS Suggestions Lasting Gifts or Your Boy or Girl Graduate 99 9 B 01.1 zldp h MILLER FORD ELECTRIC CO Electrlcal Serfvtce MONTANA HOTEL lllZ?uli'Z.m HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL MEN Eeythg dUDtoD D Opt D ignpigsoy - 7 I Q l CCC Q Lu a e - ed Room Furniture - Pendleton Blankets Chairs - Lane Cedar Chests - Desks - Pictures - Lamps The es n e endent Furniture Dealer in Nort west Montana Main Street Phone I59 Kalispell . F , U 5 . 2 v r in New an - - ate E 5-if Combinations Sam le Rooms - iff' EZ'-' .:' ,- Location p osi e Kalispell Mercantile Co. " . W "' r . Kahs ell -:- Montana ' A ,S " e omeo e erS oes" GN THE WAR PATH CMany are after reading this? By H Walter Bmchell With splashes of mud for exeryone' Lets go to press from here and there and exerywhere FLASH Professor Francis E Wrl son announced his discovery of a new use for Boraxo The Prof came upon this drscoxery that Boraxo could be used for dancing wax by accident the night of the Grizzly Band mrxcr It seems that he got hold of the wrong, can and caused quite a soapy trmr. FLASH' FLASH Dots and dashes and plenty of flashes from border to border and coast to coast Perry Stenson well known heart breaker has the tables turned on him the gals of Great Falls retuse to sign his basketball tournament pro gram FLASH' Your correspondent has just found out that the bOllCl in tht turnace room furnishes only part f the heat for this school FLASH' FLASH Your news com mentator while looking through past issues of this years Arrow came across the headline Math Classes Coyer Ground We wonder what decimal point spilled them all i X-r dkxtof ff i Eg XF. Z , QQ, da FLASH ' Flathead Team at Practice IU FLASH Orchids to The mighty Seniors who haxe these past nine months done much to show the other classes how to do many things They will leaxe mighty big, footsteps for others to follow in so are having orchid paint sent to them to make their own orchids FLASH Robert Har rrngton has crded to forget Flatheads girls rush junior high gals Why rob tc cradle Robert and D FLASH Oddities rn the Ntws ln the following pages t On ie Warpath you will find some ot it recent oddities ot thc news back in a flash with a flash' I Wonder If You Wonder Whv the leaves begin to turn ie night before examso Why Richard Rose knows he rs so- good? Why Boney and Pete do not step out when on the trips" Why Lester Isaacs IS always hurry' Why some students always want to mark the new bullding Why .Iurme Stearns and Dolores Huso like to skrp it IS going down but the price of pens penclls and school supplies re mam stationary Why there was only one freshman out for track" Why leap year comes only exery four years Ask fourteen of our gals Why upperclassmen do not like to pay dues" Why students go to sleep rn class rooms? Why Duncan Hilton looks stud1ous" Why you te been crazy enough t read all this" ' Y . Y ' Z v ' ' v r 1 ' ' 1 A -N ' - ' ' ' v ' v ' r '- ' y 1 v 1 - ' . ' V . V ' , ' " J ' 1 ' - ' , de- A Y I ' w ' ' - v ' ' ' 5 . . ' ' ' . .V , . tl 1 1 V - I Y ' ' ' X K I ' ' - ' 1 1- 0' H tl , V - .. . . . U x , U u . ' ' 5 ' x ru rw as ' - . ' ,- . 1 T , , . , , O V Y ' - -11 T- V . ' . nl , , . . - - r in a y ' ' 7 ly ' ' f? ti About the price of sugar and milk it fgiff- . . . . , 'xy Q75 W u fl, D , Q - 1' A I ' x t , . ' N 2 X ' VX ' 4, 4-Li ruff 'Q - like WW" ' , 1 fr, A . . :W E ' ' iff! ' , . ' D , , . 0 4 THE 1936 FLATHEAD Complzments Cap 6? Gown Co of Callforma 948 Santee Street L05 Ang les Callfornl 1 Oligfdfll Clf7OVls LIIDQIA Lnf' lne SL NIOA CLA SS eauty N ar er a on Extend our oppreclatuon For the patronage glven us the past school year Q Wlshung you all Success Aszoreffbrulbmen' Mrs C C Brmtnall Prop 5 4 D S I3 Lv L, sz H . . web ' 'D THE T036 FLATHEAD Re Prrnt from the Teachers Handbook How to Become a Successful Teacher m Ten Easy Lessons Get a Job as a teacher Wear spectacles Smoke a prpe Walk vyrth a svyagger Learn to rrde a brcycle l A Tx hr ff' Cultrvate an authorrtatrye speak mg vorce and practrce explan atory gestures before a mrrror Learn by heart three Jokes Tell to classes ey ery day Read one book Coy errng the course you are teachrng ff X GNN 41,1 l gffk t 14" If Learn to gestrculate wrth arms and head and keep the harr out of your eves Wrlte your own text book drsa greerng vsrth all recognued au thorrtres How to Get Cooperatron from Your Puplls Grye no home vyork Make all assrgrrments optronrl Furnrsh Morrrs chaus rn the clfrss roms Serye punch and waters durrng dc tentron Arrange darly assernblres t hctrr Al Pearce and hrs gang Replace such fossrls as the Atlantre Monthly vyrth Truc Storv and Pho toplay Glye lots oi consrderatron for the non school rnterests of students Gradrng Qurzzes rn Nothmg Flat Run through qurzzes and automat really flunk eyery tenth paper Throw papers rn an Any larrdrng, on edge may be consrdered he ryy enough to rate a 1 Feed remarnrng papers to atrarned bear Any he wont eat mark 2 Frnd number ot students rn class Subtract number ot boys from number of grrls or yrce versa Take an ayerage Dryrde bv 2 and add the number of teeth your grand mother had vy hen she dred Corrrputt Curye Make all grades mt on curye 3 Mark remarnrng papers 4 Chuck QUIYZES rn yxaste paper basket and leaye tor home Noyy voull get out ot thrs subreet exactly what you put rnto rt Thrs may seem lrke a long assrgn ment but rts yery easv readrng I hope to hare the tests corrected by next trme We wrll take a short test today Move on to class The warnrrrg bell has rung Hells Bells what s the matter wrth. your thrnkrng" You may have the honor ot spend mg ten mmutes ln the detentron hall tonrght Youll have to go to the oflrce and get an excuse Grades never count rt rs Just yy hat you get out ot the subject 100 ' 9 f 1, ' 1 2. ' . ' z . 2, ' M 3. ' 4 ' ' ' ' A Q.. 3. ' . ' . 4, f K r . 4. -' Y ' , -' -- 5. C . 1' 4 ' 1 , U 4 l Kxtx 5. " ' .' l J O H " if ' . 1 , r . N G. . ' . V X . .r r ' x -N -, tv' 'Q N T' . Y ', . t . . , ki X - h ' v .. If 1. ' . - X 2. -A VA Q' - , ff lk A - . ,. X , - 1 . W! 2 ' ' ' Q My 3. Q . . , 1 . 6. ' - - . 8' . vu V ' ' ' . V K .l r X, 1 X Xl ' . Y 5 K 5 K rf X f' ' ' " ' Polite Sayings for Teachers. X 4. X W, 1 ' .. , . . -x - U59 Y- ty ' l I ' - ,es , Mt -A H Y ,- .- -- yy ' 1 v xll ar v . Q fl 'XTX H " ff fr' I wir. ' .H """"" ' 4 "s,, 1,- " LY I " ' 7 'L 1 ' ro. ' V f U , ' - K THE 1936 FLATHEAD Qui' Sincere Cong rafu airons "ini Graduates of I936 CAPS d6OWNS dDIPLOMAS J 9 Old Fl th cl U Lth p pt P Congratulations l Success and Happiness l Ifa lSf7Ql!MQlCG77fl e Company DUNSIRE S . , X 'V adq Hummmg Bard Pure Silk Hose P d Hut the M k of H gh Ente tal m t 96 QSC LIBERTY ROXY S1 00 ORPHEUM 395150 RDMCDH1 aEAd GRGCERIE C1tYSCFV1CC Co Q---'D THAT ARE 401 Fu-st Ave E Phone 171 l FRESH AND AT Kallspell Montana D REASONABLE PRICES ALWAYS Ryclers Food Store Meats Groceries Vegetables 302 304 Mafn St Distributors of Texaco Products 10 an an 'N ' Frien ly Faces not soon for otton. Joy fx 'N o e 1 . . . 0 0 and sadness mtermmgle as you bid fare- U well to a ea High. X 'I e ap iness reign, for graduation 1 but marks the successful com le ion ol an alotted task, a step ing stone to greater achievements. fy . .! e , A I He uarters for n 6 i Vi v H f A o n 4 X X . '-"' "ll ' ll rlce --- .- . W . 4 - . 7 ' s ar i r 'n en I ' . . aie Crl . nerson tg Q o o ' - -"fs:,:-qf . . U ei THE 1936 FLATHEAD PROVIDE POR the FUY URE WHAT does the I: ture l-'lold7 That IS the Q est onl No one really lcnows but e eryo e lcno s that MONEY can sol e most proble s The Dollars you can save now wnll prowde for Your Future If you Save them Start Sovlng Regularly Now I We elcome yo bank gb s ess ll-ll: LQNRAD NA llQNfXL BANK or lxAl ISPU L MII. mg-rf BUTTER CHEESE 'IJ I Glacier Dairy 'fUS wmcgg TK ,'N 'N DIAMOND RINGS JEWELRY OSCAR H KOFORD Watchmalcer and Jeweler 5 18 W z S r selgva 'Q WONIUIEIRFUI. F0 D AG you Luke It LISTLH' C xl' ll Open Day and Nught QRIIIKS gl l fl Qaw ss gg L22-L-.2 WSE flap? ALTON PEARCE DRUG CO DISPEN SERS OF SERVICE UIC At M B -v V 1 u . u i . -:- -:- -:- -:- v n w V m -:' -:- -:- -:- w ur in u in , ,xv X 4 lxxA XX D ,I J XX , There 's no Substitute for Safely X -vc . or I u l Too: ' uc i :xx fs C, K MII-K - . ICE CREAM -1-ff bf-ff B--' ff -f Q I ': 1 ' 5 4 ' 5 L' e . 6 .1 '. I - - . O I O 'Repairing fha! Gives alisfaclion es econd S ree! f , issfsl f Q K, H " , xii in -. I A ' ' ' 1' C '- N 1 1 1 . 1 1 A - i omes from I on's I! us! e Good us -......... ,W vs ,VK L li! 9 'Yu K t f ' M A' - 4.4--.531 I li X 3? ,Bu- ,ff 7' f THE 1936 FLATHEAD NEW EEDERAL ORGANIZATIONS C W A Cuckoo Women Assoclatlon Feelrng the need of a Get Y0ur Man organrzatron rn the school group of those dear sweet thmgs who alvxavs mrss the boat formed the or ganrzatron therr Weekly meetmg the Cozy Corner Chat They charmrngly term Officers Prexy Bettv Bruckhauser Vrce Drtto Secretary Members are Mary Janet Monroe Ila Holllngsworth Betty Rrlex Fern Svxrtzer Suzee Kmg Jean Robrschon Catherrne Drerrnger I R Northern Inland Razzberrv Assn Organrzed rn an effort to preserxe that fine old Amerrcan rnstrtutron the Razzberry or Bronx Cheer All mem bers are experrenced razzers Presrdent Harley James Vrce Presldent Marxm Hafferman Bronx Cheer Leader James Weaxer Charter members are Elbert Olson Ray Srmonson Warren Sparlrng Raw mond Smrth Harold Kan C Crazx Crystals Club All members of thrs noble organrza tron xx ere once near the pornt of death Crazy Crystals came to therr rescue and rn an eflort to repay therr bene factor the Crazy Crxstals club was formed Presrdent Joyce Ross VICE Presrdent Paul Page Secretary Jurme Stearns Members are Bernard Stender El len Andersen Brll Gust Bernrce Koeg ler Vyrna Waggener H Flathead Housewives Assoclatxon Thls assocratron xx as formed early last wmter for the purpose of acquamt mg all Flathead grrls who recerved the degree of Mrs wrth th art of modern home lrfe and how to make old fash roned burnt b1SCU1tS The member shrp has rncreased to fourteen durrng the last five months Prexy Roberta Hume Vrce Prexy Rena Hatton Bookkeeper Thelma Denny Other H W s LaVerne Kmd Ruth Smrth Inez Braaten Helen Westvxang Erleen Krrkelre Natalre Somers Grace Lennon Helen Wolte Gladys Toney Gayle Martm and Elame Herzog A F OF L Amalgamated Federation of Lame brams Founded on the supposrtron that brrds ot a feather should flo k together thrs organrzatron IS domg mexpressrble thrngs toward spreadrng good wrll and sunshrne through the corudors of Flat head Hrgh Presrdent Calx rn S Robrnson Vrce Presrdent Cal Robmson Secretary C S Robrnson Ex presrdents are Robmson Robm son Robmson Robrnson Members are Prtheous Robmson E R Flatheads Eiflclent Resters Assn Thrs club was organrzed to secure more effrcrent and better restrng condr trons for the students of FCHS They haxe accomplrshed much durrng the past year as most Flathead students are now backrng then program Chref Rester Melvrn Wrk Junror Rester Donald Phrnney Wrrtmg Rester Melxm Pennoyer Other resters Gordon Dukleth John Brady Marge Mahlum Stanley Whrte Paul Grosswrler R F C Rltzy Fashlons Club Addrcts of yellovx tres spats purple shuts and peg topped pants haxe banded together tormrng the Rrtzy Fashrons Club Members are crrculat mg a petrtron to brmg the clothes on Lmcolns statue up to date Presrdent Perry Stenson Vrce Presrdent Fred Fry Secretary Jrmmre Mclrrtrre Members are John Robbm Hemv Prmce Jack Burg Ward Buckrngham ' LG Y , ,,r,,, A,,,,,,.., ,,,,,.,.,,... . 1 .. . - . v 3 ,,,,,,,t,,,,,,, ,, v ' Y -------------'--"-- 7 V ' , '- I - 'V I v . . . v , Q f Q D V 65 I I l l 1 I 9 fe , . ,U . 7 - - : 1 7 l . . 5 vw vv' - . 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Q Y D -kgr n QYVVVA . . . - - Z y 'y . . - , 1 , , , ' l 1115 THE 1936 FLATHEAD B EAMAN S Studlo MODERN IN EVERY WAY Fllms Frames FlI1lSh1Ilg Portralts Enlarglng Copymg PRIX TIXCI FOR SCHOOL BUSINFSS AND SOCIAI LIFF ug F fy W 105 THE O NEIL PIXINIINC1 SHOP b H d I B LL2 323M KALISDELL MONTANA O 7 7 7 1 N 7 f " N , T L L g. , 1 -4 l 'W 7 X 4 -4 E E A " E T155 V - A x . , I 'Wm --,f ,E ii ,ffi5ii4 f Q 2 A?2ff 2 I X X 3 ff? f N I VVV, , ,ZX ff" ' ix 'N , 'V ,ff , ' . hiv! mm-M 7 D E F 1 1 xl I , Esta lis e Q08 ox aim Street phone l8Q 7 1 THE 1936 FLATHEAD RFE CRY STDRE: Western Auto Supply Co. 36 Main Street DETLOR Sz. GILBERTSON Q ctornesasnq- KALISPELL KING 8a ROGNLIEN Attorneys at Law A D Comad Blk Phone 350 Mrs V Gundt rfon 119 2nd St West Halr Cuttmg for All Students c Man Attendant on Sattndax Ben Franklm Store YOUR HOME OWNED STORE Dickinson G' Kao REAL ESTATE Insurance Surety Bonds Rentals MacM1llan Drug IFORMERLY J NES onus co Prescrlptlon Drugglsts KALISPELL 'VIONTANA F W Woolworth SILVER GRILL CAFE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 17 Second Street West W C RICHARDS Alr Condltlonmg Furnaces Sheet Metal Work Roofing of All Kmds PHONE 251 Storage Certlfied Lubrlcatmn 24 Hour Servlce Montana Motor Sales HUDSON TERRAPLANF INTERNATIONAI TRUCKS 38 Mann St Phone 13 CANNON CLOTHING COMPANY Q m A-Siij AGENCY KAIAISPELL MONTANA FUUNTAHN 9 YETX ECE All Varleues of Candx . . ' .- - l ' l 25 ' ' t N , ' ' i H, N KUSSOFFF 1:1 Q. Pho:-e 35 . . - -' r 3' "'Jil.f-if QS figs N31-1 nm Ye Q 5 ffilig 'Q Pxuf' rd", 1 if 1 .,,...'--' X' c Q gf W! 18' - -A A V t qylq - ,.,4...,,,., , I A I A 4 , , . . 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THE 1936 FI ATHEAD V? 0 56015 you need fzof gues 5 0 mr?znf611n 017404 f qugvmpnf dnddn fa Mfavflvnfed mf find 1710c60f21f0f5ic2 0 Zlbdll 0111 lvafmng nvvdk 0110 72I7Zll6IlIQ fo 615521206 THE SDUIQANE AMEIAUCAN ENGQAVING CQMIJANY Established 1904 , ' J , I xx lu . :" 4, ,f 1 L, x . ' f' .. x . f x W I I X J I , J I X in Q X ,lf X , , Y, J 1? 4 f f A fx ' W2 ' i.. 9 'f 9' ' " H ' -5 o ' . V' C il , 4 V , X , , f n-..., ,fAf-ll' Iv y?2.. ! 1 I J 41 , J I S7 f' f f ' ' Y I M, . gy ' I 1 THE 1936 FLATHEAD Mountain Skates Power Co Electncal Applzances For the Home THE PERFECT SERVANTS Western Ammumtlon, Guns, FlShlIlg Tackle Candy, Drmks, Tobaccos 2 M Tam EVALACI SERVICE CLEANERS le 1fY W tGOODOd I Cl b p WEDOTHAT H I CI as MISSION MOTOR INN PONTIAC MOTOR CARS INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS F r A WOMENS DISTINCTIVE FASHIONS LISPELL SHEET METAL WORKS HUNDAHL G- CO :Wt :Mc W fAllK P 35? LATEST AIR CONDITIONING UNITS 15 0 O O 0 u ,, Q33 2 8 ain Stre t 3 , ! I Phone 84 I ou an or ess eaning at Reasona le rices, a s eaned an locked Glacier Park photo 21 West Second St. Phone 782 Y CompIete Automotive Service 402 irs ve. East Phone 46 , To OKIAOO OIOOO I E I me EEO O OW E Mm . First Sn-ee es Shee e al orks o inds hone 1 THE 1936 FLATHELXD SEPTEMBER If 3 A-A Q 3 Il 'ef X EDJ-u fresh e f BOW 2 NW With Ewa 'F r Seo NOVEMBER Vis z GHQQQSS WH 7457. L 5 Cheers ox the Braves T DECEMBER IV I1 11' I JANUARY 7 ff 'S mulmn x. CPE JW e Ho ecom ng I K 'fx Th S Exams 5 e-Ls AF I MARCH ani HER UBS G0 DAY 3 n M CN F0 M RFLATNERU I YEBRUARY 'U 17- NV xm m TUNLC APRIL MA +A fi! Ill All Yun fullll WUI Qlll ln lu! 5' 6 Q6 limi q conclave lfiooabqc Hauwcacx 16 X f f ' 1 BB . 7 j, ,gg3 a S 'f ,L 'Ifig' y A 1 n g ', X ' R I lm-C3'JfQf K . E G. 5 7 kfA L X Ng, 9 I . T' 4,4 ' Xia' - " .:L.f,g, 8. 4 ' I l t I A 'X ., . , ir I Ip 5, H Q 1.1 ' Q is Q . if 1 . 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