Flathead High School - Flathead Yearbook (Kalispell, MT)
- Class of 1949
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Table of Contents
AxdlllilliSt1'ilti011 . . . 5
Seniors ..... .. 13
Class llistory . . . . 35
Juniors ..... .. 37
SUDIIOIIIUVOS .. .. 47
L'I'GSi'l11ll'll .. .. 53
Athletics .... . 59
OI'QillliZ2ltilll1S . . . . . 77
Music and Ish-1111111 . . . . 99
Sponsors . . . . 114
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F o r e w o r d
"The Future" is a fitting theme for the 1949 Flathead.
not only ill respect to school, but also in regard to the great
valley which is our home.
With the development of the Hungry Horse Dam, residents
of the Flathead are anticipating tar reaching beneficial agrie
cultural. industrial, and eeonomie developments.
NVith the authorization of the building program by the
bond issue last November. Flathead students are assured ever
wider educational opportunities. The Annex and the Industrial
Arts Building will give Flathead the physical facilities for a
varied and enriched program which should appeal to every
young person ot' high school age in the valley.
The annex will include a gymnasium seating 4,000 specta-
torsg a eat'eteria seating 6503 and music rooms for both vocal,
and instrumental music instruction.
As seen in the sketch the annex 'will adjoin t.he present
auditorium to the south.
The Industrial Arts Building to be located on Fifth Avenue
across from the present gym will enable the school to off'e1'
mechanically and vocationally minded students a varied prac-
To the taxpayers at Flathead
County tor their assumption ot
the responsibiiity tor the educa-
tion needs ot ali youth within this
area as evidenced by their whole-
hearted support ot the pond issue
to provide adequate tcicilities tor
a well - rounded and integrated
program ot academic, vocational,
ond extra - curricular activities.
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SEATED: ELMER BEEMAN, MARSHALL MURRAY, CONRAD GILBERTSON, MRS. C. O. MILLER, MISS LULU BARNARD, LOU SCHIMPF, DR. FRED SUNDELIUS,
STANDING: M. R. WOOD, CLERK: KENNETH A. RAWSON, PRINCIPAL.
Flathead County High School Board
Members of tho Flathead County High School board have given niuch time and energy
to the oonsidorzition of problems pertinent to thc well being of the school.
It was largely through the efforts of those public spirited citizens that tho successful
bond issueto provide tho now units to the school was inziuguratod. Sincv tho passage ot the
bond issue. members of the school board lmvo met wvokly with Mr. Rawson and otften with
tho Citizens' Connnittoo to discuss plans for the new buildings. They envision an education
plant. adequate not. only for thi- presvnt, but also for futuro noeds.
The officors of tho board :irc Dr. Fred Sundolius, prosidontg Mairslizill Murray, vioo
pro:-sidentg Miss liulu lien-naird, secretary.
Elmer Bceinan is ClIilil'lIlElll of the auditinwf oonnnittoog Miss liulu Barnard. tho trans-
01'ii1.tlOll cominitteez Mrs. C. O. Miller. insurance oommittoog Marslmll Murray, building and
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KENNETH A. RAVVSON, Principal,
FIJATHEAD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
Senior Class of 1949
lt is customary in a message to a high school graduating elass to make predictions for
the future and express good wishes. '
l eau say sincerely that 111y good wishes for you and your future are as sincere as
any could be. As for predictions, we are now living in unpredictable times. If as a high
school graduate you are trained TO THliNK for yourself. you will be well fortified against
the many unpredictable problems you are certain to face. No matter what the future, you
will face problems with confidence and courage.
I wish to congratulate you upon your graduation and your opportunity for service now
in a troubled world. May it be your lot to help rebuild a better way of' life for yourself and
KENNETH A. RANVSON.
THE RAAXVSONS AT HOME
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VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE: SPONSOR, MANUAL ARTS VOCATIOHAL AGRICULTURE: SPONSOR,
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VERNON DAY, B. A.
ERTEL SIIATWELL. B. A. MATHEMATICS: MECHANICAL DRAWING: AGNES FIELD, B. A.
LANGUAGE: SPONSOR. SPANISH CLUB: SPONSOR, STUDENT COUNCIL MATHEMATICS: SPONSOR, SENIOR CLASS
EDWARD BECKSTRAND, B. A. JANICE HORTON, B. A.
VIRGINIA LILLIE. A. B., M. A. INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC VOCAL MUSIC: ENGLISH: SPONSOR, SOPHO-
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OTTO GILBERTSONI B. A. FRANK LITTLE. B. S.
SOCIAL STUDIES: ASSISTANT COACH ATHLETIC COACH F. E. WILSON, B. A.
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LATE ARRIVALS TO FLATHEAD
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ROBERT B. ABBOTT
Boys' Octette 4: Quill 6. Scroll 4: Home Room
Officer 2: Journalism Meet 4: Annual 4: Arrow
3, 4, sports editor 4: Broadcasts 2, 3, 4: Prom 3:
Ball 4: Arrow Ball 3: Senior Play 4: Assemblies
l, 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 3, 4: Football varsity 2, 3, 4:
Baseball 2, 3, 4: lntermural Sports 1, 2, 3' "F"
Club 3, 4: Rotary Representative 4: Teen Town
Executive Committee 4: Key Club 4: Great Falls,
Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 1. 2, 3, 4: Con-
cert Band l, 2, 3, 4: Music Festival l, Z, 3, 4:
Home Room Officer 4: Football reserves 3:
Baseball 3: lntermural Sports l, 2, 3.
Home Room Officer 3, 4: Student Store 3, 4: Study
Hall Monitor 3: Co-Op 4: Ball 4,
CAROL ANN ANDERSON
Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Assemblies 3: Prom 3:
Ball 4: Arrow 3: Annual 4: Study Hall Moni-
tor 4: Home Room Officer 4: Student Coun-
cil 2: Student Store 4: Poison High School,
Polson, Montana l.
DOROTHY 1. ANDERSON
Chorus 2: Music Festival 2: Student Store 4:
Band 1, 2: Music Festival l: Home Room
Officer 2: Student Store 4: Annual 4: Debate
4: N. F. L. 4: Broadcasts 4: Prom 3: As-
semblies 3, 4: Marionettes l: G. A. A. l:
Inland Empire Radio Conference 4.
Boys' Quartette l, 2, 3: Home Room Officer 1:
Youth Fair l, 2, 3: N. F. L. 3, 4: Broadcasts
2, 3, 4: Assemblies 4: Intermural Sports l, 2, 3:
Inland Empire Radio Conference 4.
DONALD E. ARNOUX
lntermural Basketball l: Football l.
Glacier Realty Company-Cornell Cabins
Dickey Glass Shop-Kalispell Cate
Youth Fair 3: Broadcasts 3: Ball 4: Senior Pl:1y 4:
Assemblies 3, 4: Science Club 3, 4, vice-president
3, 4: College Club 4.
Home Room Officer 4: Student Store 4:
Study Hall Monitor 2: Co-Op 4: Youth Fair
1: Annual 4: Arrow 4, bookkeeper 4.
BARBARA IEAN BEEMAN
Music Festival 2: Student Council Secretary 4:
Girls' State 3: Office 4: Study Hall Monitor 3:
Teacher's Assistant 4: Youth Fair 2, 3: Queen
candidate l: Arrow typist 4: Prom 3: Eall 4:
Senior Play 4: Assemblies l, 3, 4: Quiver 3:
Scribblers 1: Masque G Dagger 3: F. H. A. 3, 4,
treasurer 4: Appinokwis 4: College Club 4:
Annual, senior editor 4.
lntermural Basketball 2, 3: Whitefish High
School, Whitefish, Montana l.
Iunior-Senior Sextette 3: Triple Trio 4: Chorus
l, 2, 3: Choir 4: Music Festival l, 2, 3, 4: Broad-
Chorus 1, 2: Music Festival l, 2: Student
Council l, 3: Class Vice-president 4: Home
Room Officer 2, 3, 4: Youth Fair 3: Annual
4: Pep Club 4: Prom 3: Ball 4: Science
Club 3, 4, president 4: Ouiver 3: Marion-
ettes 1: Masque G Dagger 3: G. A. A. 2, 3.
Band 4: Music Festival 4: Student Store 4: Study
Hall Monitor 1: Co-Op 4: Senior Play 4: As-
semblies 2: Ski Club l, 2: Football reserves 3:
lntermural Sports 2, 3. 4
Youth Fair l, 2, 3: F. H. A. l.
Blue and White Auto Court
Student Council vice-president 4: Broadcasts 4:
F. P. A. 3, 4: lntermural Sports 3: Track 3, 4:
Whitefish High School 1, 2.
DONALD E. BREIMO
Boys' Quartette 3: Boys' Octette 4: Choir
1, 2, 3, 4, vice president 3, president 4:
Music Festival 2, 3, 4: Appinokwis 3, 4,
president 3: High School Week 3: Quill 6.
Scroll 3, 4, president 3, 4: Student Council
2, 4: Student Council President 4: Home
Room Officer l, 2: Iournalism Meet 3, 4:
Youth Fair l, 2, 3: Annual 4: Arrow 2, 3,
4, news editor 3, editor-in-chief 4: Smoke
Signals editor 4: Pep Club 3, 4, vice presi-
dent 4: Broadcasts 3, 4: Prom 3: Ball 4:
Arrow Ball 3: Senior Play 4: Assemblies
I, 2, 3, 4: Quiver 2, associate editor 2:
Scribblers 2: Marionettes 2: College Club 4.
Youth Fair 2, 3: Annual 4.
Home Room Officer 4: Assemblies l: F. F. A.
1: Football reserves 3, varsity 4: Baseball
3: lntermural Sports 2, 3: Track 4: "F"
HARRY A. BURNELL
Home Room Officer 3, 4: Boys' State 3: Annual
4: Pep Club 4: Debate 4: Prom 3: Senior Play 4:
Assemblies 2, 3, 4: Science Club 3: Quiver 2, 3,
publicity manager 3: Marionettes 1: Key Club 4.
Chorus l, 2: Choir 3: Music Festival l, 2, 3:
Home Room Officer 4: Library 3: Study
Hall Monitor 4: Annual 4: Pep Club 4:
Assemblies 1, 3, 4: Science Club 2, 3:
Marionettes 1, 2: G. A. A. l, 2.
Student Store 4: Co-Op 4.
Home Room Officer 4: Study Hall Monitor
2: Youth Fair 1, 2, 3: Senior Play 4: As-
semblies l, 3: Masque 6. Dagger 3: College
Club 4: F. H. A. 1.
I. C. Penney Co.
LOUISE MARIE CASADY
Student Store 45 Study Hall Monitor 3, Co-Op 4:
Arrow bookkeeper 4.
Home Room Officer 3: Broadcasts 4, Ball 43
Assemblies lp P. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 41 Baseball
37 Softball 1, 2, 3, 45 Intex-mural Sports
1, 2, 3, 4: Key Club 4.
Study Hall Monitor 2, Senior Play 4.
Chorus 1, 2, Science Club 2, 3.
Study Hall Monitor 3: Assemblies 4.
Girls' Glee Club lg Choir 4, Music Festival
1, 4: Youth Fair l, 2, 37 Assemblies 1, 47
F. H. A. 1.
CLARA ELLEN COLLINS
Triple Trio 4, Chorus 35 Band 4, secretary 4: Pep
Band 2, 3, 4: concert Band 2, 37 Orchestra 2. 3,
4, secretary 3: Music Festival 2, 3, 45 Girls' State
37 Annual 45 Assemblies 2, 3, 45 Ouiver 2, 3,
sales manager 2, editor 3: F. H. A. 45 Appinok-
wis 41 College Club 4: Roundup, Montana 1.
Home Room Otticer 1, 2: Ball 4, Ski Club 3,
Softball 3, Intermural Sports 2.
Chorus 2: Music Festival 2: Student Council l, 2:
Home Room Officer 1, 2: Office 4: Study Hall
Monitor 2, 4: Annual 4: Youth Fair 2, 3: Pep
Club 4: Prom 3: Ball 4: Senior Play. 4: As-
semblies 1, 3: Marionettes 1. 2: Masque G Dagger
3: Ski Club 3, 4, secretary 4: P.H.A. 3: G.A.A. 3.
TIM A. CRAIL
Chorus 1: Choir 3, 4: Home Room Officer
1, 2: Arrow reporter 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3:
Debate 2, 3, 4: N. F. L., president 4: Smoke
Signals 1, 2, 3, 4: Arrow Ball 2, 3: All-
School Play 1: Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 47 Quiver
1, 2, assistant editor 1, editor 2: Scribblers
1, 2, vice-president 1, 2: Marionettes 1, 2,
president 2: Masque G Dagger 3: Youth
Fair 1, 2, 3: Speech Meet 3, 4: Drama Meet
1: Key Club 4. V
DEAN L. CROSKREY
Choir 1, 2, 4, vice-president 4: Music Festival
1, 2, 4: Student Council 4: Youth Fair 1, 2, 3:
Annual 4: Broadcasts 1, 2, 3, 4: Prom 3: Ball 4:
All-School Play 1, 4: Senior Play 4: Assemblies
1, 2, 3, 4: Science Club 1, 2: Ouiver 2: Mario-
nettes 1, 2: Intermural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4.
Office 4: Annual 4: F. H. A. 1, 4: Youth
WILLIAM M. DUKLETH
Assemblies 2, 3: F. F. A. 1, 2, 3: Intermural Soft-
ball 2, 3, 4: lntermural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4: Track
Triple Trio 1: Chorus 1, 2: Music Festival
1, 2: Appinokwis 3, 4: Student Council
l, 2, 3: Student Council Treasurer 4: Office
3: Annual 4: Prom 3: Ball 4: Senior Play 4:
Assemblies 1, 3: Marionettes 1, 2: Youth
Fair 1, 2, 3.
Choir 4: Quill 6: Scroll 4: Class Secretary 4:
Home Room Officer 3, 4: Iournalism Meet 3, 4:
Office 4: Annual 4: Arrow 3, 4, business manager
4: Pep Club 4: Ball 4: Arrow Ball 3: Science
Club 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Play Day 3: Ap-
pinokwis 4: College Club 4: Youth Fair 2, 3.
Chorus 1, 2: Music Festival 2: Office 3:
Youth Fair 1, 2, 3: Annual 4: Arrow typist
4: Prom 3: Senior Play 4: Assemblies 1, 3,
4: Science Club 2, 3: Ouiver 2, 3: Mario-
nettes 1: Masque 6. Dagger 3: G. A. A. 1,
Play Day 3.
Johns' Hardware-Laltayne Beauty Shop and
Peterson's Tourist Court
MARGERY IEAN FOOT
High School Week 2.
LESLIE D. FOY
Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 2, 3: Concert Band
1, 2, 3, 4: Band Soloists 1, 2, 3, 4: Band
Ensembles 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4:
Orchestra Soloist 1: Music Festival 1, 2, 3:
4: Student Council 1: Home Room Officer 1:
Ball 4: Senior Play 4: Assemblies l, 2, 3, 4:
Ski Club 3, 4, vice president 3, 4: Inter-
mural Sports I, 2, 3: Track 3, 4: "F" Club
3, 4: National Ski Races 4.
Triple Trio 4: Chorus 1, 2: Choir 3, 4: Student
Store 4: Co-Op 4: Senior Play 4: Assemblies 1.
Library 3: Annual 4: Assemblies 1, 2: F.F.A.
1, 2: lntermural Sports 3.
Center High School, Center, North Dakota 1, 2, 3.
BETTY ZANE GINGERY
Youth Fair 1.
BETTE R. GONSIOR
Home Room Officer 4: Library 3, 4: Student
Store 4: Youth Fair 1, 2, 3: All-School Play 3, 4:
Senior Play 4: Assemblies 3: Science Club 3:
G. A. A. 1. 2, 3: Play Day 2, 3.
Student Store 4.
Emerson's Oval E Service
Broadcasts 4: Assemblies 2, 4: F. F. A. 3, 4,
president 4:' Football 3, 4, reserves 3: Softball
2, 3, 4: Intermural Sports 2, 3, 4: "F" Club 4.
Home Room Officer l, 4: Football 1, 3, 4:
Football reserves 1: Intermural Basketball
2, 3: "F" Club 3, 4.
Student Council 3: Boys' State 3: Annual 4:
Arrow 4: Prom 3: Senior Play 4: Assemblies 4:
Football reserves 3: Softball 2: Intermural Sports
2, 3: Track 4: Missoula, Montana 1.
Triple Trio 4: Choir 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2:
Music Festival l, 2, 3, 4: Home Room
Officer 1: Student Council 3: lournalism
Meet 4: Annual 4: Arrow 2, 3, 4, circula-
tion manaqer 4: Twirlers 2, 3, 4: .Head
Majorette 4: Pep Club 3, 4: N. F. L. 2, 3:
Prom 3: Ball 4: Arrow Ball 3: Senior Play
4: Assemblies 2, 3, 4: "Passing Parade" 2:
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Play Day 3, 4, Youth
Fair l, 2, 3.
Assemblies 1, 2, 3, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3.
Appinokwis 3, 4: High School Week 3:
Quill 5 Scroll 4: Student Council l, 3: Stu-
dent Council President 4: Class Secretary
1, 3: Home Room Officer 2, 3: Iournalism
Meet 4: Girls' State 3: Library 3: Study
Hall Monitor 3: Youth Fair 1, 2, 3: Annual
4: Arrow 3, 4, feature editor 4: Prom 3:
Ball 4: Senior Play 4: Assemblies 1, 4:
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Play Day 4.
DELPHINE ANN HAN SON
Chorus 1, 2: Music Festival 2: High School Week
3: Quill 6: Scroll 4: Student Council 3: Home
Room Officer 4: lournalism Meet 4: Office 4:
Study Hall Monitor 4: Teacher's Assistant 2, 3, 4:
Youth Fair 1, 2, 3: Annual 4: Arrow 3, 4: Prom
3: Ball 4: "Passing Parade" 2: Senior Play 4:
Assemblies 1, 4: Science Club 3: Quiver 3: Mario-
nettes 1: Masque 5. Dagger 3: G. A. A. 3.
Science Club 3: Intermural Sports 3.
Beaman's Photo Shop
Student Store 47 Assemblies 37 F. H. A. 37 Science
Club 47 Hoqeland, Montana 1, 2.
Palouse High, Palouse, Washington 1.
LENORE HERRON '
Home Room Officer 1, 2, 37 Student Store 3:
Study Hall Monitor 47 Co-Op 37 Queen candidate
37 Annual 47 Ushers 2, 3, 4, secretary 2, presi-
dent 47 Flag Twirlers 47 Pep Club 2, 3, 47 Prom
37 Ball 47 Senior Play 47 Assemblies 2, 3, 47 Ski
Club 47 G. A. A. 1, 2.
MARY ELLEN HESSE
Student Store 47 Study Hall Monitor 47 Co-
Op 4. -
Student Council 47 Home Room Officer 37 Library
47 Student Store 37 Pep Club 47 Appinokwis 4.
LEE LAVERN HILL
Student Store 47 Co-Op 47 Assemblies 3, 47
Ski Club 3, 47 Choir 3, 47 Music Festival
3, 47 Brigham City, Utah 1, 2.
Orchestra 47 Library 27 F. H. A. 47 Columbia
Falls High School, Columbia Falls, Montana l.
Pep Band 27 Band 1, 27 Concert Band l, Z7
Student Store 47 Co-Op 47 Annual 47 All-
School Play 17 Assemblies 27 Marionettes
l, 27 Ski Club 4.
Woodland Flower Shop
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Room Officer 2, 3: Annual, art editor 4:
Prom 3: Ball 4: Assemblies l, 3: Ski Club
3, 4: Football reserves 1, varsity 2, 3, 4:
Softball 2: lntermural Sports l, 2: Track
l, 2, 3, 4: "F" Club 1, 2, 3, 4, president 3, 4.
ALICE LEE ISOM
Senior Play 4: Clover Park High, Tacoma, Wash-
ington 1, 2, 3.
Student Council 4: Home Room Officer 2:
Study Hall Monitor 3: Assemblies 1: Scrib-
blers 1: G. A. A. 1.
Home Room Officer 4: Arrow reporter 4: Broad-
casts 4: Assemblies l, 2, 4: Science Club 3:
F. F. A. reporter 1, 2, 3. 4: Football, varsity 4:
reserves 3: Softball 1, 2, 3: Intermural Sports
l, 2, 3: Track 3, 4: "F" Club 4.
DAVID E. JOHNSON
EDITH I OHNSTON
Chorus 1, 2: Music Festival 1, 2: Appinokwis
3, 4, secretary 4: High School Week 2, 3: Quill
6 Scroll 4: Student Council Secretary 4: Home
Room Officer 1: Iournalism Meet 3, 4: Youth
Fair 2, 3: Annual, associate editor 4: Arrow 3,
4, feature editor 4, associate editor 4: Prom 3:
Ball 4: Science Club 3. 4, president 3, secretary
4: Ouiver 3: Masque 6. Dagger 3: F. H. A. 1:
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, president 4, Play Day 4:
College Club 4.
Choir 2, 3, 4: Music Festival 2, 3, 4: Home
Room Officer l, 4: Senior Play 4: Intermural
Sports 1, 2, 3.
Quill G Scroll 4: Class Vice-president 3: Home
Room Officer 3, 4: Journalism Meet 3, 4: Boys'
State 3: Annual sports editor 4: Arrow 2, 3, 4,
sports editor 3, news editor 4, editor-in-chief 4:
Pep Club 2: Prom 3: Ball 4: Appinokwis 4: Senior
Play 4: Assemblies 3, 4: College Club 4: Basket-
ball reserves 2, varsity 3, 4: Football reserves 3:
Baseball 2, 3, 4: Intermural Sports 2: "F" Club
3, 4: Teen Town president 4: Missoula High, Mis-
soula, Montana 1.
Home Room Officer 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3:
Prom 3: Assemblies 3: Baseball 3: Inter-
mural Sports 1, 2, 3.
Student Store 3, 4: Co-Op 4.
Triple Trio 4: Chorus 3, 4: Choir 2: Class
Treasurer 3: Home Room Officer 3: Youth
Fair 1, 2, 3: Annual 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4:
Ball 4: G. A. A. 1, 2.
RCBERT L. KIRK
Student Council Vice-president 4: Class' Vice-
president 1, Class President 2, 3: Home Room
Officer l, 2, 3: Boys' State 3: Arrow reporter
2, 3, 4: Prom 3: Senior Play 4: Assemblies l, 3:
Basketball reserves 2, 3: Football reserves 1, 2,
varsity 3, 4: lntermural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4: Track
l, 2, 3, 4: "F" Club 3, 4, secretary 3, 4: Teen
Town vice-president 4.
Broadcasts 2: Assemblies l, Z, 3: F. F. A.
1, 2, 3.
ROBERT C. LARSON
Student Store 4: Co-Op 4: Football reserves 2:
Track 3. ,
Assemblies 2, 3: F. F. A. 1, Z, 3, 4.
G. A. A. 4: Winnebago, Minnesota 1: Whitefish,
I OYCE LOGAN
Appinokwis 3, 4, vice president 3: Hiqh
School Week 3: Home Room Officer 1, 2, 3:
Journalism Meet 4: Office 3: Library 4:
Study Hall Monitor 1, 3: Youth Fair 1, 2, 3:
Annual business manager 4: Prom 3: Ball 4:
Senior Play 4: Assemblies l. 3, 4: Masque
6 Dagger 3: F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, district
secretary 3, reporter 4.
RONALD LYF ORD
Boys' Octette 4: Choir 4: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Pep
Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4: Band
Ensembles 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2: Music Festival
1, 2, 3, 4: Home Room Officer 3, 4: Youth Fair
l, 2, 3: Prom 3: Ball 4: Assemblies 3, 4: Foot-
ball reserves l, 2 lntermurcrl Sports l, 2, 3.
PATRICIA M. McDONNELL
Home Room Officer 4: Library 3: Youth Fair
3: Annual 4: Arrow typist 3: Assemblies
l, 3: Science Club 3, secretary 3: College
Club 4: F. H. A. 3.
Baseball 3, 4: Intermural Sports 3: Warren,
Michigan l, 2.
HELEN MARTIN SON
Chorus 2: Music Festival 2: Library 3, 4:
Ouiver 3: Scribblers 2, 3.
Library 4: Study Hall Monitor 3: Assemblies 3:
Masque 6. Dagger 3.
High School Week 2: Home Room Officer l,
2, 4: Boys' State 3: Annual 4: Arrow re-
porter 4: Pep Club 4: Prom 3: Ball 4: Senior
Play 4: Assemblies l, 3, 4: Ski Club 3:
Basketball reserves 2: Football reserves I,
2: Intermural Sports l, 2, 3: Softball l, 2, 3:
Track l, 2: Key Club 4.
Greig's Lakeside Dairy
F RED MILLER
Assemblies 3: Class Vice-president 2: Student
Council 1: Home Room Officer l, 2: Prom 3:
Intermural Softball 1, 2, 3: Football reserves 1, 2.
varsity 3, 4: Basketball reserves 1, 2, varsity 3.
IOHN A. MITTON
F. P. A. 1, 2. s, 4.
IO ANNE MOLLER
Assemblies 2, 3, 4: Ball 4: Annual 4: Youth Fair
2, 3: Music Festival 2, 3, 4: Band Ensembles 3:
Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Pep Band
2, 3. 4: Cut Bank, Montana 1.
Student Store 4: Co-Op 4.
Choir 3: Marionettes l.
WILLIAM E. NOBLE
Student Council 4: Class President 4: Home
Room Officer 4: Youth Fair 3: Annual 4:
Pep Club 4: Prom 3: Ball 4: Senior Play 4:
Assemblies 4: Ski Club 3, 4, president 3, 4:
Intermural Sports 3: Track 3, 4: National
Ski Races 4: Mt. Vernon High School, Mt.
Vernon, Washington l, 2.
Home Room Officer 3: Student Store 4: Co-Op 4.
Appinokwis 3, 4: High School Week 2, 3:
Quill 61 Scroll 4: Student Council 2: Home
Room Officer l, 2, 4: Journalism Meet 3, 4:
Girls' State 3: Office 3: Youth Fair 2, 3:
Annual editor-in-chief 4: Arrow 2, 3, 4, re-
porter 2, 3, 4, associate editor 4: Smoke
Siqnals 4: Prom 3: Ball 4: Assemblies l, 3, 4:
Science Club 3, vice president 3: Spanish
Club 3, 4, secretary 3, president 4: Senior
Play 4: College Club 4.
Boys' Quartette 3: Boys' Octette 4, Choir 3: Music
Festival 3, Home Room Officer 2, 4, Boys' State
3, Basketball 1: Football l, 2, 3, 4: Football re-
serves l: Baseball 1, 3, Intermural Sports 1, 2, 3:
Track 1, 2, "F" Club 2, 3, 4.
Library 2, 3, Intermural Sports 2, 37 Track
Student Council 3: Pep Club 4: Intermural Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3: Football reserves 3: Intermural
Softball 1, 2, 37 Track 2.
Medicine Lake, Montana 1, 2.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 2, Concert Band 1, 2,
3, 4, Orchestra 45 Music Festival l, 2, 3, 47 As-
semblies 3p Marionettes lg Basketball 3, 4, re-
serves 3, varsity 4: Intermural Sports 1, 2: Track
1, 2, 3, 4: "F" Club 3, 4.
HORTON ALLEN PECKENPAUGH
Band l, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band l, 2, 3, 47 Concert
Band 1, 2, 3, 47 Band Ensembles l, 2, Music
Festival l 2, 3, 47 Home Room Officer 1, 4,
Boys' State 37 Broadcasts 4: Assemblies l,
2, 3, 4: Marionettes 1, 2: Softball 2, Inter-
mural Sports 1, 2: Key Club 4.
Student Council 4, Class Secretary 2: Basketball
reserves 25 Intermural Sports 1, 2, 3.
MARIORIE ANN PEDERSON
Choir 3: Music Festival 3: Annual 4, Quiver
3, 4: Masque 61 Dagger 3: F. H. A. 47 G. A. A.
1, 2, 3, 4, Play Day 2, 37 Appinokwis 4.
Peck's Texaco Service-Pay 'N Save
Quill G Scroll 4: Student Council 1, 2: Home
Room Officer 1, 2, 3, 4: Office 3: Library 4:
Annual 4: Arrow 3, 4: Prom 3: Ball 4: Assemblies
3, 4: Science Club 3: Spanish Club 3, 4, secretazy
3, 4: Appinokwis 4: College Club 4.
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Band 3, 4: G. A. A. 4: Music Festival 3, 4:
Ball 4: Prom 3: Home Room Officer 3: Pep
Band 3, 4: Youth Fair 3: Triple Trio 4:
Glasgow, Montana 1, 2.
ALBERT L. PIERCE
Student Council l, 3, 4: Home Room Oificer 2:
Prom 3: Assemblies 3: Basketball 3: Football
2, 3, 4: Basketball reserves 2: Baseball 2: Inter-
mural Softball 3: "F" Club 2, 3, 4.
Hoquiam High School, Hoquiam, Washing-
ton 1, 2.
Student Council 2: Football reserves 3: Softball
l, Z, 3: Intermural Sports 2, 3.
Student Store 4: Study Hall Monitor 2: Co
Op 4: Annual 4.
I UNE POUND
Assemblies 2: F. F. A. 4: Intermural Sports l.
Kalispell Grocery Company
Study Hall Monitor 2, 4: Assemblies 2.,
Student Store 4: Co-Op 4: Football reserves
GERALD C. ROBOCKER
Boys' Octette 4: Annual 4: N. F. L. 2: Broadcasts
2: All-School Play 1: Assemblies 2, 3: Mario-
nettes l, 2: Football reserves 2, varsity 2, 3: ln-
termural Sports 3: Track 1.
INEZ B. ROGNLIE
Girls' Glee Club 1: Music Festival l: Quill
G Scroll 4: Home Room Officer 4: Iournalism
Meet 4: Library 4: Youth Fair 3: Annual 4:
Arrow 3, 4, exchange editor 4: Science Club
3: Quiver 3, art editor 3: Scribblers 3.
Ball 4: Fergus County High, Lewistown, Mon-
LA VERNA SCHLEGEL
Chorus l, 2: Choir 3: Music Festival 2:
Home Room Officer 1, 2, 4: Office 4: Youth
Fair l, 2, 3: Annual 4: Arrow 3, 4: Twirlers
2, 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Prom 3: Ball 4: Arrow
Ball 3: Senior Play 4: Assemblies 1, 3, 4:
Marionettes l, 2: Ski Club 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2.
Assemblies l, 2, 4: F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: lntermural
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Softball l, 2, 3, 4.
Intermural Sports 3, 4.
Glacier Park Studio Cfobiasl
Student Council 3: Home Room Otticer 2: Student
Store 4g Co-Op 4, Youth Fair 2, 37 C. A. P. 1, 2, 3,
4: Football reserves 2.
Band 1, 2, 37 Pep Band 1, 2, 35 Concert
Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 35 Student Council
45 Boys' State 31 Pep Club 43 Assemblies 4,
Intermural Sports 1, 2, 3,
F. H. A. lp Mosque G Dagger 3.
LOIS IEAN SMITH
Student Store 4, Study Hall Monitor 41 Co-
Op 4: Youth Fair 1, 2, 3: Assemblies 1:
Mcrrionettes 1: F. H. A. 1, 2.
Home Room Officer 1, 2: Student Store 4, Study
Hall Monitor 2, 37 Youth Fair 1, 2: Assemblies 1:
Marionettes lg F. H. A. 1.
CAROL RAE SODERSTROM
Student Store 45 Co-Op 4: Youth Fair 2, 3:
Marionettes 1: F. H. A. 1, 2.
Bond l, 2, 3, 4, president 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 4,
vice-president 3, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 47 Band
Ensembles 35 Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 2,
3, 4, Teacher's Assistant 45 Intermural Sports 1,
2: Appinokwis 4.
HUGH E. SPEER
Boys' Quartette 3: Band 1, 2, 3, 47 Pep Band
2, 3, 4: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Solo-
ists 3, 4, Band Ensembles 2, 3, 47 Orchestra
2, 3, 4, Orchestra Soloists 3, 4, Music Festi-
val 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Play 4, Assemblies 3:
lntermural Sports 3.
Super Foods-Anderson Theatre Co.
IOYCE DE ETTA STANG
Home Room Oiiicer 2, 3, 4: Student Store 47 Study
Hall Monitor 4: Co-Op 4: Federal Way High
School, Rendondo, Vtlashinqton l.
CAROL I . STEINMETZER
Bremerton High School, Bremerton, Wash-
ington 1, 2.
Sub--sonic Club 47 Bellingham, Washington 1.
Ronan, Montana 1, 25 F. F. A. 3, 41 Youth
Fair 1, 2, Band 3.
Chorus 1, 2, president 1, 2: Choir 3, 4, secretary
3, 45 Music Festival 2, 3: Home Room Otiicer 1,
2: Student Store 4: Annual 45 Ushers 2, 3, 4,
president 47 Flaq Twirlers 4, secretary 4, Pep
Club 2, 3, 41 Prom 3: Senior Play 41 Assemblies
1, 3, Marionettes 1: G. A. A. 1.
Home Room Oiiicer 4: Boys' State 3, All-
School Play 3, Assemblies 4, Ski Club 3, 41
Football reserves 35 Softball 1, Z: Inter-
mural Sports l, 2, 3, Track 1, 4, Key Club 4.
Triple Trio 3, 4: Chorus l, 2: Choir 3, 45 Music
Festival l, 2, 3, 4: Student Store 4, Youth Fair 41
Assemblies 3: Science Club 35 F. H. A. l, 2, 31
G. A. A. 1, 2. 3.
Student Store 3, 45 Co-Op 4: Youth Fair 37
Prom 3: G. A. A. 2.
G. A. A. 4: Pontiac, Michigan 1: Hill City Min-
nesota 2, 3.
Chorus 2: Music Festival 2: Student Council
2, 3: Home Room Officer I, 3, 4: Youth Fair
1, 2, 3: Annual 4: Arrow reporter 3, 4: Pep
Club 3, 4: Ball 4: Assemblies 3, 4: Science
Club 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, vice-president
3, 4, Play Day 3, 4.
EILEEN D. TOOLEY
Choir 3: Student Council l: Home Room Officer 3:
Student Store 4: Study Hall Monitor 4: Youth
Fair l, 2, 3: Annual 4: Arrow 3, 4: Flaq Twirlers
4, head twirler, president 4: Pep Club 3, 4, secre-
tary 4: Prom 3: Ball 4: Arrow Ball 2, 3: Senior
Play 4: Assesmblies 1, 3: Marionettes 1, 2: G. A.
A. 1, 2, 4.
Student Store 4: Co-Op 4: "Passing Parade"
2: Intermural Sports 2.
PAUL R. TUTVEDT
Student Council 4: Home Room Officer 2: Broad-
casts 1, 3, 4: Assemblies 1, 2, 4: Ski Club 3, 4:
P. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, secretary 4: Intermural Sports
1, 2, 3, 4: Softball 1, 2, 3, 4: Kansas City F. P. A.
trip 4: Key Club 4.
I AMES VANDEN BOS
Assemblies 1: Baseball l.
QUENTIN VITT W
Broadcasts 4: Assemblies l, 2: F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
DOROTHY VERDEEN WAGNER
Cardston, Alberta, Canada 1, 2: Columbia
Falls, Montana 3.
Kalispell Lumber Co.
Boys' State 3: Pep Club 4: Football reserves 3:
Intermural Sports 2, 3: Softball 1, 2, 3: Track
U. S. Army 1948 49.
Student Store 4: Co-Op 4: Softball 3: lntermural
Sports 1, 2: Track l. . ,
Concert Band 3: Orchestra 3, 4: Music Pesti-
val 3, 4: Library 3: Annual 4: Science Club
3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Masque 6: Dag-
FI.OYD WELTY .
Student Store 4: lntermural Sports 3.
Choir 3, 4: Music Festival 3, 4: Class Treas-
urer 4: Home Room Officer 2, 3, 4: Ball 4:
Senior Play 4: Science Club l, 2, 3: F.l-LA. 4.
Student Council 4: Office 4: Student Store 3, 4:
Co'Op 4: Youth Fair 3: Assemblies 3: F. H. A. 3.
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History of Class of '49
lf this book had been published four years
ago and predictions for the success of future
classes had bee11 made, no o11e could possibly
have foreseen all the distinctions which have
been garnered by the students of the class of
I11 September of 1945, a newrflock of Flat-
headites were admitted to the fold.
They chose Joe Bekkedal, president, Jim
Hutcheson, vice president, and Beryl Hand-
ford, secretary. After these officers were in-
stalled, plans were immediately formulated for
the Youth Fair which was held October 5.
Barbara Beeman was chosen' as the Fresh
candidate for queen, and although she didn't
win, she was not very far behind.
Joe Bekkedal was forced to leave school due
to illness and Jim Hutcheson replaced him at
this helm and proceeded to lead the class to
Dramatic talents of the class were presented
in their assembly which was given April 12,
1946. I11 the stella.r roles were Carol Fry, Ger-
ald Robocker, Don Breimo, Gerry Sund, Mildred
Vick, Horton Peckenpaugh, and Beryl Hand-
The high honor roll was not ever complete
without a long list of Freshmen scholars. Some
of those who were there for most of the year
were: Roger Casterlinc, Edwin Galloway, Edith
Johnston, Alice Opalka, Robert Sweeney. Lois
Smith, Edith Ewing, Donna Calbick, Sue Eber-
hard, Carol Flottman, Margery Foot, Delphine
Hanson, Doris Heuscher, Jeannine Phillips, and
They returned on September 9 of 1946, and
more steadily they advanced on the second step
of their journey. To lead them, they elected
Bob Kirk, president, Fred Miller, vice presi-
dent, and Virgil Pettinato. secretary.
Few sophomores ever attended High School
Vlleek which was held at Bozeman, but in 1947
that class was well represented by Alice Opalka.
Edith Ewing, Margery Foot, Charles Mereord.
and Edith Johnston.
XVith September, came the opening of school
and the beginning ofthe junior year. They were
upperclassmen now, and their step was firm
as they made their presence felt throughout the
third step of their journey. Exercising their
right to choose their officers, the juniors picked
Bob Kirk for president, Lewis Keim as vice
president. Beryl Handford as secretary, and
Norma Jean Kinshella as treasurer. Lenore
Herron represented the class as candidate for
In November, Don Breimo was chosen as t.he
only junior member of Quill and Scroll for his
February 19, 1948, brought. one of the high
spots of the year in the assembly presented by
the Juniors. It was a minstrel show and the
stars were Bob Abbott, Ronny Lyford, Lewis
Keim, Al Pierce, Fred Miller, Charles Mercord,
.Bob Kirk, Jim Hutcheson, a11d Gerald Robocker
who were ably assisted by renditions of various
musical numbers by others of the class.
Bozeman was again the site of High School
NVeek, a.nd once more the 49'ers left their mark.
Those who attended were Don Breimo, Joyce
Logan, Mary Lou Nickels, Edith Johnston,
Alice Opalka, and Beryl Handford.
The National Honor Society made their bid
in May for the top students of the class, and
they initiated Don Breimo, Joyce Logan, Edith
Jolmston, Alice Opalka, Sue Eberhard, alld
Sports at last began to be crashed by the
juniors, and many outstanding records were
made. Jim Hutcheson, who was a. trackster in
his sophomore year, tied for first at the State
Track Meet in the high jump. Many junior
boys also were mainstays on basketball, foot-
ball, and baseball squads.
Although school was dismissed in May as
usual, the ambitious juniors XV0l1t into the
sunnner gaining further honors. At Girls' State,
Barbara Beeman, Clara Ellen Collins, Beryl
Handford, Alice Opalka, and Mildred Vick
represented the class. Not to be outdone, the
boys went- to Boys' State. They were Verel
Overton, Charles Mercord, Bob Sweeney, Jim
XValter, Lewis Keim, Bob Kirk, Lauren Gran-
mo, Horton Peckcnpaugh, and Charles Siderius.
After thus busily spending the summer, the
class returned to school to take. with bold
strides, the final step of their high school jour-
ney. This was really the class of 49's year, and
they made the best of it. First off, they chose
their officers. Bill Noble was president, Patti
Bergmann, vice president, Audrey Engstrom.
secretary, and Marie Vtfiddowson, treasurer.
First on the agenda was the Senior play. A
rollicking comedy, "Abie's Irish Rose" was
chosen. It was presented on November 20 with
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History oi Class oi '49
Bill Noble and Sully Conklin in the lending
The high school career of the class of '49 is
now drawing to a close. The eliniax will come
with the advent of Senior Week and its feastfnl
Appinokwis initiation was held and Bai-bam
Beeman, Lewis Keiin, Clara Ellen Collins,
Student Store 4: Co-Op 3.
Libby, Montana 1, 2, 3.
Boys' Octette 4: Choir 3, 4, Student Store 4, Cc-Op 4, Pep Club
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Andrey l'lngst1'o111, Doris Heuscher, Marjorie
Pederson, Evan Speer, and Jeannine Phillips
Vtlith a, mixture of feelings, this class will
leave, but looking into the future they can be
seen striding' firmly on the paths they may
choose and maintaining their abilities to gain
Home Room Officer 1, 47 Basketball reserves 2, 3: Football 2, 37
Intermural Basketball lg Track 2.
Youth Fair 11 Softball 3.
Assemblies 1: F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
HAROLD VAN RIPER
Basketball varsity 2, 3, 47 Football varsity 4: Softball 1, 2:
Intermural Sports 1.
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Ancient Foes Lose Scalp
XYith two straight sealps hanging from the Braves' warbelts. they met their aneient
areh-rivals, the Whitefish Bulldogs, in the northern eity October 23. After a slow start,
the Braves gradually found the pay dirt and proved too mueh offensively and defensively.
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Braves Win Thriller
After sealping the Copperheads and Bulldogs. the Bravestsharpened their t0Ill21ll2lXVliS
for the Bengals from llelena. The invading Bengals met the determined warparty of Braves
on the Flathead gridiron Oetoher 29, and found the Braves in a scalping mood. The Braves
lifted the Bengals' pelts in a thrilling last quarter drive, 13-12. Deception, in the form of
trieliy warfare, gave the llraves a hard earned victory.
Breaks Give Spartans Decision
liady liuek played a disastrous role November 5 at Missoula when the determined
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their liking as they constantly reeled off yardage on deceptive plays but the Spartans held
the tricks up their sleeves and pulled them at opportune moments to steal the ball tsviee
from the Braves and raee for pay dirt. Braves found the range and seored in the third
period and threatened throughout. Missoula seored once more on a pass in the final period
to give them a 21-7 deeision.
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Ancient Foes Lose Scalp
XVith two straight sealps hanging from the Braves' warbelts, t.hey met their ancient
areh-rivals, the Whitefish Bulldogs. in the northern city October 23. After a slow start,
the Braves gradually found the pay dirt and proved too niueh offensively and defensively.
The Whitefish crew was scalped 31-0.
Braves Win Thriller
After sealping the Copperheads and Bulldogs. the Braves sharpened their toinahawks
for the Bengals from Helena. The invading Bengals inet the determined warparty of Braves
o11 the Flathead gridiron October 29, and found the Braves in a scalping mood. The Braves
lifted the Bengals' pelts in a thrilling last quarter drive, 13-12. Deception, in the f'orn1 of
tricky warfare, gave the Braves a hard earned victory.
Breaks Give Spartans Decision
liady Luck played a disastrous role November 5 at Missoula when the determined
Braves ran up against the Spartans and the breaks. The Braves found Dornblaser field to
their liking as they constantly reeled oft yardage on deceptive plays hut the Spartans held
the tricks up their sleeves and pulled them at opportune moments to steal the ball twice
from the Braves and race for pay dirt. Braves found the range and scored in the third
period and threatened th1'oughout. Missoula scored once more on a pass in the final period
to give thein a 21-T decision.
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"WHERE THE TEAM IS MADE - PRACTICE"
HBRAVES ON THE WARPATH'
Rogers' Tigers Claw Braves
Coming back after a slow first half the Flathead Braves crossed the goal stripe thrice
in the last half, but their efforts fell short of the desired goal as the visiting John Rogers
prepsters from Spokane, Washington had demonstrated a superior attack from the "T" to
roll up a four touchdown lead before the Braves could score. The final score of the Braves'
closing game played on t.he Flathead gridiron Armistice Day was 20-26 in a touchdown
Looking Back at A Successful Season
Coach Frank Litt'le's Braves came from nothing to perhaps not the top in percentage
records, but in the minds of those at Flathead, the Braxes came a long way. Their record
indicates a strong determined Brave pigskin squad that fought to the limit to gain success.
Coach l1ittle's capable tutelage paid off in three sealps and some outstanding ball games.
The Great Falls, Missoula, and John Rogers games could well have gone in the Braves' favor
if they had another chance. Little molded a great team which had some outstanding
players. Al Pierce, versatile quarterback, Tom liittle, powerful fullback, Vern Bunyea,
aggressive tackle, and Fred Lehman, rugged center, gained high all-state positions 011 the
mythical all-state squads. IrvinlNVelty, Jim I-Iuteheson, Bob Adams. Marshall Murray, and
Francis Graham, received honorable mention in all-state polling. '
All in all this year's rugged Braves climbed to a contending position on the rungs of
Montana 's football ladder.
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"FIGHTING RESERVES - EQUAL - RUGGED FUTURE BRAVES"
PLAYERS Plcruksu FROM LEFT 'ro RIGHT:
BOTTOM ROW: R. METZER. K. SUTHERLAND, W. MEBUST, J. RIENL, J. STRODTBECK, A. RIEBE. I.. GARDING, D. SUND, MANAGER.
SECOND ROW: L. ANDERSON, M. BOLSTER, E. TRIPETT. J. ABBOTT. N. MOORE.
THIRD ROW: G. OLSON, G. SPARKS. D. WILSON, R. RIDDLE, D. HODGSON.
FOURTH ROW: B. STORAASLI, J. SEEK.
Reserves Lese - Gain Experience
This year's reserve squad was made up entirely of underelass eandidates, mostly fresh-
men. The squad completed the "48" season with seven defeats and no vietories, but despite
their losses they gained the valuable factor-experience.
The scrappy Papeoses lost to Columbia Falls twice by narrow margins in hard fought
tusselsg to liibbyg Enrekag Ronang Polsong and Whitefish. Although they were on the short
end of the score these fighting underelassmen demonstrated aggressive ball playing and
in the future will make the Braves a strong war elub.
Capably eoaehing' them was John Cheek assisted by Otto Gilbertson.
Cheek feels that his Reserves came a long way and many of them will be seen on the
varsity next year.
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BISON'S VICTORY SKEIN BROKEN
Riding 11 teu-gauue win streak, the Great Falls Bisous met their match at the hands
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LITTLEMEN SCALP LOCAL I-'OES
Taking o11 the Applewny and City Transfer in ai March of Dimes benefit, the liraves
walked ou the pick of the City league 44-30. Friday. Qldebruary 11.
Felwilalry S saw the Whitefish Bulldogs take u terrific drubbiug' at the hands of the
i'il'il-VOS. This time to the tune of 65 to 26, on the VVhitefish floor. Tull Charlie 'Phillips
lead the scoring attack with 21 counters.
BRAVES CONTINUE BENGAL DOMINANCE
Journeyiug to Heloual, the Braves took :mother thriller from the Bengals G0 to 55
,l"ehr11aII'y 18. For the third time this your the Braves nzlrrowly beat the BeI1,g'a.ls.
MAROONS DOWN BRAVES
Butte Central hzludod the Braves their third AA loss at Butte, Saturday, 1lf'ebruary
19. The Braves bowed to the Nzlroons 42 to 51. This loss dropped the liruves from the cou-
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Northern Trip Brings Win - Loss
llavre was the next victim of the Brave rampage. The Blue Ponies went down
under a 47-37 assault. 1Feln-nary 25. In the season 's tinale. the Great Falls Bisons handed
the Braves a, 53-48 defeat despite Van Ripe!-'s aeeurate jump shots.
Northern Divisional Tournament
BRAVES TAKE SECOND IN TOURNEY
Northern Division Tourney opening round had the Braves playing the hometown
Great ,Falls Bisons and beat them 59 to 52 on March 3. Sfbllll-illll12llS found the Braves opposing
the llutte Central Naroons and outelassing them 60 to 40. Gaining a shot at the 'Divisional
championship for the first time, the Braves fought a nip-and-tueli battle with the Glasgow
Seotties and lost in the final seconds 44 to 45 on a game-deeiding Free throw. Fuzz Fine and
Harold Yan Riper were selected on the all-tourney team.
UBRAVES BRING HOME HONORS"
PICTURED BELOW ARE THE BRAVES AS THEY ARRIVE HOME FROM THE LONG GREAT
FALLS TRIP. GREETING THEM IS A "WELCOME HOME" GROUP OF 2,000. AFTER A RADIO
BROADCAST THE BRAVES WERE HONORED IN A CITY-WIDE PARADE.
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BRAVES GARNER THIRD PLACE HONORS
After iuakinv' an impressive showing at the Northern Divisional tourue' tha hie'
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Braves again were paired with the honle teaiu in the initial game at the State Tourninent
tim-011 17, 13, and 19. This time. however. the Braves reversed their showing and lost to
a red-hot Billings Brone quint 46-52. The hitter taste of defeat proved to be an incentive
for the Braves. however. as they sealped Livingston 54-53 in Friday Elfi2Cl'1lO011,S thriller.
New with a balance in the percentage column, the Braves decisively defeated Glasgow 56-
42. to prove they were superior. A
Despite only a few hours' rest after Saturday 1Il0l'lllllQf,S tilt with Glasgow, the Braves
rebounded in top condition and eopped third place honors in the eonsolation final Saturday
night hy downing llavre's surprising Blue Ponies 64-46.
MBRAVES RAID HABERDASHERYU
Page 70 DURING THE BUTTE TRIP THE BRAVES TOOK A LIKING TO A HAT SALE.
RONALD ROGERS DICK WILSON
This yeai-'s 11'lathea,d Braves went from rags to riches in coming all the way from
the bottom of the hoop ladder to a contending position. Coach Frank Little once again
reversed the plight. of the past to give Flathead the best team that ever seorehed the cords
wearing the orange and black of Flathead.
Improving with every win and taking their few losses on the ehin. they proved them-
selves one of Montana 's top teams.
The Braves posted 20 wins against 8 defeats, an achievement that tops the annals ol'
Flathead hoop history.
llarold Van Riper, All-State forward, time and again ealne through in the clutches and
totaled up 442 points for the season.
Fuzzy Fine, Clinch Phillips, Rich Debange. and 'Pom Little were the other members
of the first quint that throughout the season displayed superior teamwork. sportsnianship. and
the will to win.
TOP ROW: DON NENKEL. LOUIS ANDERSON. LEE CNAPIN, BEN BAILEY, KENNY SUTHERLAND, KENNY SIDERIUS. AND BOB WESTON.
BOTTOM ROW: DELMAR GRANMO. TOM THORESON. GARY JYSTAD. DICK WILSON. VIRGIL PAULLIN. AND DON LOFGREN. Page 71
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LESTER DE LANGE, CHESTER ALBERT, JIM STIIODTBECK, JIM ABBOTT, RONALD HOILAND, RONALD OVERBY, NOEL ARONSON, STANLEY
GRONLEY, AND KNEELING: DICK METZER AND KEITH GUSTIN.
- R e s e r v e s -
Keeping pace with the varsity, the Papooses won 13 and lost only one game of a
full season sehedule.
Butte R-eds. Missoula Bombers, Xklhitefish Bullpups, Libby. and the Junior Varsity
were all downed by the Papooses twice. Great Falls. Eureka, and Bigtork eontributed
single sealps to the Reserves string.
A perfect season was spoiled when they lost their final ganie to Eureka.
- I' r e s h m e n -
Coach Otto Gilbertson's freshman cage squad did their older brothers o11e better by
posting a perfect season.
Columbia Falls Kittens, Polson, and Central NVill'l'l0l'S fell before the ilfil'0Sl1 YOI1l2l,llilXVlCS.
Future prospects look bright if these ho opsters keep up the good Work.
- lunior Varsity -
Seven Juniors composed a new team at Flathead known as the Junior Varsity. This
squad played in the city league under the eoaehing of shop instructor Abbott. Although
they didn 't fare too well. they gained valuable experience.
'Phe members of this squad were: Fred llelnnan, Bill lledinond, Roy Sather, Gene
Peterson, David Cooper. Gerry Olson and John Stockwell.
COACH JOHN CHEEK COACH OTTO GILBERTSON
RESERVE COACH JOHN CHEEK
IN HIS FIRST HIGH SCHOOL TASK AS A BASKETBALL COACH,
JOHN CHEEK GAVE FLATHEAD A HUSTLING CREW OF
HOOPSTERS. HE HAS CERTAINLY BUILT UP GOOD PROS-
PECTS FOR FUTURE BRAVE QUINTS.
FROSH COACH OTTO GILBERTSON
ONCE AGAIN OTTO GILBERTSON TOOK THE TASK OF
FORMULATING BASKETBALL PLAYERS OUT OF "GREENIES."
OTTO'S MAIN JOB IS THAT OF STRESSING THE IMPORTANCE
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Page 72 Service Cleaners
-Braves Runners -Up In '48 -
By virtue of a double win over Anaconda Central, the Braves moved i11to the State
Championship play-offs in Great Falls, May 21 a11d 22.
Flathead got a. first round bye and met Forsyth i11 the semi-finals. A seventh inning
tie was broken up with back to back doubles by Overton and Abbott, se11di11g across four runs.
Rain held up proceedings and the Braves won 10 to 6.
Great Falls and Kalispell met in the first high school baseball championship held in
Montana. After a shaky first inning that cost four runs, the Braves settled down a11d played
-After a shaky first inning that cost four runs, the Braves settled down and played
good ball. Great Falls tagged Braves' pitching for 9 runs and Braves bats garnered 5.
The Braves wound up the season with 5 victories to 1 setback and copped the second
FRONT ROW: BOB KIRK. KEITH MCNEIL, BILL NOBLE, DON REYNOLDS, LEW KEIM, DON ARNOUX, MANAGER.
SECOND ROW: BILL REDMOND, AL PIERCE, ART YOUNG, BOB ABBOTT, DON STEINMETZER, VERNON BUNYEA, VEREL OVERTON, BILL PLUMMER.
BACK ROW: COACH C. WINSTON BORGEN, RONALD OVERBY. NOEL ARONSON, BOBJAMES, MARLOWE ALLERS, DICK WILSON, ARNOLD RIEBE,
LEW ANDERSON, TOM LITTLE. KEITH GUSTIN, SID ARONSON. BOB BULL, MANAGIR.
- Flathead Squad Preps For Playoffs -
With last year's impressive record to shoot at the 19-L9 edition ofthe Flathead diamond
squad took to limbering up for a. great season early in April. From a turnout of about 80
hopefuls, Coach Borgen surveyed them for two weeks then reduced his squad to twenty-four.
After it was learned that Flathead had won the League One title, due to Anaconda
and Phillipsburg decisions to forfeit, the Braves then engaged in several practice tilts.
A team composed of former Flathead ball players met the Braves Sunday, April 24 on
the local diamond and defeated the Braves 6-1. As a preliminary to this contest the Reserves
ran roughshod over a Ronan crew to the tnncof 16-0.
The Braves took their first road t.rip XVednesday, April 27. to meet a revamped Ronan
nine. After trailing in the early innings the Braves tied the Reservation squad and then in
the late innings let loose with a hit barra.ge to send across G runs. Braves won by a score
of 7-I as Steinmetzer ehueked a one-hitter with Redmond and Adams leading the hitting
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Review Q! '48 Season
Mentor McLeod took a squad of six to the '48 Interseholastic track and field meet-Jim
Hutcheson, Ken Erickson, Harold Paullin. Tom McLeod, Eugene Peterson and Hob Kirk.
Hutcheson was the only point winner for Flathead, garnering 45 points in a first place tie
for the high-jump.
In the Polson Invitational, Bigfork nosed out Flathead for first place honors.
Flathead took first plaee honors in a triangular meet between NVhitefish. Columbia. Falls
BOB MOORE, JIM LANDON, BOB KIRK, GENE PETERSON, JIM HUTCHESON, JACK HERRON, TOBY ARMSTRONG, RONALD KIRKPATRICK.
TOM LITTLE, GARY JYSTAD, DUANE KITTLESON, KENNY SUTHERLAND, ARNOLD RIEBE, RALPH RIDDLE, JIM ABBOTT, GERRY OLSON.
FRED LEHMANLMARSN MURRAY, ED TRIPPET, MYRON CHASE, DICK HODGSON, DON JOHNSON, LEE HILL, MIKE STOCKTON.
STANDING: LEW ANDERSON, JIM STRODTBECK, LESTER DE LANGE, GARY NAETHE, HAROLD GILBERTSON, LES FOY.
STANDING: DON DOYLE, HARRY HOILAND, DICK METZER, OYSTEIN BOVENG, DALE GILBERTSON, FRANK FOOT, CHARLES MILLSPAUGII,
LAUREN GRANMO, ROGER CASTERLINE, BOB STORAASLI, NORMAN JACOBSON, BOB BEKKEDAIIL, DALE STORAASLI, LEWIS MICKELSON.
Hutcheson Paces '49 Thinclads
Coach Frank liittle,s call to the cinders was answered by the largest track turnout
ever recorded at Flathead.
Returning from last year's squad are Jim Hutcheson, high jumpg Bob Kirk, sprintsg
Eugene Peterson, distanceg and Bob Moore hurdles. Hutcheson is the only lctterman returning.
At the Lake County Invitational Meet this year, Flathead took fourth place behind Pol-
son, Ronan. and Vtlhitefish. Hutcheson jumping 5 feet 8 inches to gain second place honors in
the high jump. Peterson placed second in the 440. Kirk gained a second in the century and
third in the furlong. Millspaugh finished second in the mile. Overton, liehman. Riebe, Jacob-
son, Phillips, Olson, Hill, Little. and Deliange also garnered points.
Flathead sent only one representative to the Fourth Annual J ay-Cee Relays in Helena. Jim
Hutcheson. the lone contender. did justice to F C l-I S by sailing over the bar at 5 feet 10 inches.
Favre Eaton ot' Helena also did 5 feet 10 inches to set a new Relay record.
Hutcheson is awaiting the Interscholastic with determination this year that he will again
garner high-jump honors.
COACHES LITTLE, GILBERTSON, AND CHEEK CONFER
WITH SPORTS ENTHUSIAST DR. LEITCH OVER TRACK
COLUMBIA FALLS MEETS FLATHEAD IN PRACTICE
SESSIONS AND KIRK SPRINTS FOR FIRST IN THE
CENTURY WITH WILDCATS AND METIER TRAILING
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SPRINTER KIRK AWAITS THE GUN HEIGHT OVER THE BAR
THIS PAGE IN MEMORY OF WALTER HARTSOCH BY THE "F" CLUB
ROW I MARSHALL MURRAY, JIM HUTCHESON, AL PIERCE, BOB ABBOTT, GARY REESE, VERNON BUNYEA.
ROW Il HAROLD VAN RIPER, LEWIS KEIM, FRED MILLER, BILL ERICKSON, IRVIN WELTY.
ROW III BILL REDMOND, CHARLES PHILLIPS, NORMAN -IACOBSON, JIM LANDON, BOB KIRK, VEREL OVERTON.
ROW IV FRED LEHMAN, WILLIAM IFUZZYI FINE, BILL NOBLE, FRANCIS GRAHAM, KEITH GRAHAM.
LETTERMEN NOT PICTURED ARE: DON DOYLE. LES FOY, TOM LITTLE, GLEN MOORE, HAROLD PAULLIN,
AND RED ROGERS
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Page 78 Conrad National Bunk
ROW I RAY MANAGHAN, WILSON MANAGHAN, JOHN SCHUTT, ALBERT LEWIS, LOYAL MURER, IRA LEWIS, GAYLON OWENS, GEORGE
WILSON, JACK BUCK, RAY ARNO, DUANE STOKES, LOREN HANSON.
ROW ll JAMES ARNO, ARTHUR MITTON, JAY KILPATRICK, ELGIN WHEELER, PAUL TUTVEDT, NORMAN JACOBSON, JOHN BOWDISH,
FRANCIS GRAHAM, DON DOYLE, CHARLES GESTRING, DALE GILBERTSON, CLYDE PEDERSON, BILLY RAY, HAROLD GELBERTSON,
BILL WOLFE, BILL HANSON.
ROW III MR. ROBINSON, DICK PETERS, DON LOVELESS, PAUL RLVFF, DON LIPPER, DON DUNHAM, RAY JONES, LARRY BLUMER, LARRY
GRAHAM, ORIN FREDENBERG, JIM COOMB, FRANK FOOT, ARDEN OLSON, GARY NAETHE, DON REYNOLDS, HORACE SANDERS,
BOB WOLFE, CHARLES CLAPPER, DON HOWARD, DON BLASDEL, JAMES JACOBSON, LEE ROY VANDEBOS, OREN FORD, MR. OLSON.
EARL PATTERSON, DON PETERS, BRAD GESTRING, DON SCHLENZ, BILL EMMERT, ART WEAVER, MARTIN RADABAH, QUENTIN
VITT, HARRY MOORE, LEWIS MICHLESON, JOHN MITTON, BOB MAY, RUDOLPH KAEDING, DUANE REED, ROBBIN STREET, HENRY
FICKEN, JAMES WRIGHT, GILBERT PASSMORE.
Flathead Chapter ot Future Farmers
The Flathead Chapter of Future Farmers is
the only ehapter in the nation to win six con-
secutive gold medal awards in the National
Achievement Contests. This year twenty-four
ehapters throughout the nation plaeed in the
Gold Medal Division at the National Conven-
tion, which was held at Kansas City. November
14 through 18. Over 6.000 chapters in the
United States, Puerto Rico, and Hawaii eom-
peted in the event.
A delegation of eleven members represented
the Flathead Chapter at the National Conven-
tion. These boys were Paul Tutvedt, Francis
Graham, Clyde Pederson, Charles Gestring, Art
NVeaver. Horace Sanders, Henry Fieken. Don
Sehlenz, Don Dunham, Norman Jacobson, and
R. A. Olson, advisor.
XVhen the new Mechanical Arts building is
eompleted. elassrooms will be moved into the
new building. With these added shop and
classrooms the Flathead Chapter will have a
much better chance to keep its rating in the
Manion Motors - Alton Pearce Drug Page 79
The outstanding aetivities this year were the
Parent and Son Banquet, Parent and Hobby
Night, F. F. A. Assembly, and the joint meeting
with the F. F. A. Chapters from Polson and
F. F. I-I. Otticers
ROWI NORMAN JACOBSON, REPORTER: FRANCIS GRAHAM, PRESIDENTQ
JOHN BOWDISH, SENTINEL.
ROW II DON DOYLE, PRESIDENT-ELECT: PAUL TUTVEDT, SECREYARYQ
CHARLES GESTRING, TREASURER.
Future Homemaker-s of America
"Toward new horizons," the motto of F.l-LA.,
is the foundation for the purposes of the
organization. Its purposes are to promote a
joys and satis-
growing appreciation of the
factions of homemaking, to
importance of worthy home
encourage democracy in home and community
and family life
life, to work for good home
for all, to promote international good will,
to foster the development of creative leadership
in the home, to provide wholesome individual
and group recreation, and to further interest
in home economics.
The annual pot-luck Christmas dinner heads
the list of the year is major -activities. Another
delightful meeting was Mothers' Night at which
the club presented the "Horace Heidt" pro-
gram which had previously been presented for
an assembly. Following this, a delightful tea
was prepared for the mothers and daughters.
Flathead F. H. A. members were hostesses to
the district convention last fall. At this time
Donna Haines turned the district presidency
over to Lois Freshour of St. Ignatius. Donna
Haines, Joyce McKellar, Pat Redfield, Barbara
V an Alstine, and Miss Hartman attended the
state F. H. A. meeting at Bozeman. The events
of the year are brought to a finale in the spring
by a joint picnic with the F. F. A.
One aim of the club is to teach the members
how to knit. Each girl then turns in one square
for an afghan which is used in the sick room.
A project begun late in the year was the col-
lection of coffee lids and labels to secure a fifty
cup coffee maker for use in the school.
Officers of the organization are Pat Redfield,
presidentg Joyce Mcliellar, vice presidentg
Donna Haines, secrctaryg Barbara Beeman.
treasurerg Joyce Logan, reporter. Chairman
of the special committees are Barbara Van
Alstine, historiang Mary Swenson, parliamen-
tariang Glenna. Bear, musicg Pauline Hovey,
point system. -
Torbox-I's Variety Store-Corsair Flying Service, Inc.
ROW I EMERAL HAUG, GERALDINE BRUNO, MARILYN JORGENSON, DELPHINE VIEIGUM, LILA STAUDACNER, MISS HARTMAN, SHIRLEY MOELLER,
JANE KJOS, CAROL DUNIIAM, GLENNA BEAR, ARLENE POULSON, DONNA WOOLRIDGE, PAULINE HOVEY, IRENE DONNER, MELBA STORIE.
II PATRICIA STOCKWELL, BETTY PEEBLER, CLARISE JORGENSEN, YVONNE JOHNSON, BARBARA VAN ALSTINE, BARBARA BEEMAN, JOYCE
LOGAN, PAT REDFIELD, JOYCE MCKELLAR, MARY SWENSON, DONNA HAINES, BEVERLY ERICKSON, MARCELLA THIBERT, IRMA COOK,
RENEE NATTON, LOUISE DONALDSON, DOROTNY REDFIELD, JOAN HERBOLD.
ROW III RUTH MCCONNELL, MARIE WIDDOVISON, BARBARA SPAFFORD, VELMA LEWIS, SIIIRLEY JAMES, FRANCES REDMAN, MAXINE CALDBECK,
PHYLLIS CLARK, JESSIEBELLE PASSMORE, DORIS I. ANDERSON, ALTONA GIESE, EDNA WOLLAN, MARILYN EAYRS, JOYCE PINZ,
GLADYS MACMILLAN, PAULINE SMITH, DOROTHY WUNDERLICH, JOYCE BLISS, LOIS MITTON, ETHEL OLSON.
IV FRANCES ASBRIDGE, LUCILLE BURNELL, LOIS WILHELM, PAT SNYDER, MARJORIE PEDERSON, DONNA GROSSWILER, FAYE BAILEY, GENEVA
SONSTELIE, MONA HOILAND, BARBARA ADAMS, VIOLA MUMMERT, BETTY KELLER, CLARA ELLEN COLLINS, BETTY PATTERSON, PAT
KELLY, JOAN STEIN, ALICE CRUMLEY, BARBARA MOTICIIKA, LOUISE WILIIELM.
SCENES FROM F. H. A.
H. A. GIRLS LEARN BY DOING
BIG roun-.loves McxEu.AR. rn
REDFIELD, JOYCE LOGAN. FAYE
TIME FOR THE TASTE TEST
AWAY FROM THE KITCHEN FOR
THE ARMISTICE DAY PARADE
WHAT! STILL EATING?
Equity Supp ly Company
TAKING THE PLEDGE
TWO JOYCES BEAT UP
its final your in high school, ouch glwllllilflllg
class puts forth its best effort fo produce thu
CLARA ELLEN COLLINS, GERRY SUND, CAROL FLOTTMAN, ALICE CRUMLEY, INEZ ROGNLIEI SHIRLEY BURNELL. ELIZABETH
LEWIS KEIM, JEANNINE PHILLIPS, JOYCE LOGAN, ALICE OPALKA, EDITH JOHNSTON, LA DONNA ROGNLIE, JAMES HUTCHE-
SON, DELPHINE HANSON.
SALLY CONKLIN, DEAN CROSKREY, BARBARA BEEMAN, DON BREIMO, SUE EBERHARD, CHARLES MERCORD, PHYLLIS ANDERSON.
LAUREN GRANMO, MILLIE HUGGINS. JO ANNE MOLLER, GERALD ROBOCKER,
NORMAN JACOBSON, AUDREY ENGSTROM, DORIS HEUSCHER, HARRY BURNELL, MARJORIE PEDERSON, MISS SCHOKNECHT,
SPONSOR, BERYL HANDFORD. EDWIN GALLOWAY, NORMA JEAN KINSHELLA, LA YERNA SCHLEGEL, CAROL ANDERSON, BOB
EI lI16ll10I'l3l to its ilCl1lL'V01l1l'I1lS during
wo1'tlm'l1ilc that was attained.
MANAGER, JOYCE LOGAN USEES ALL. SNAPS ALL" CHAMPION ANNUAL SALESWOMAN1
SPONSOR. MISS SCHOKNECHT PHOTOGRAPHER, LA DONNA ROGNLIE PHYLLIS ANDERSON IN ACTION
ASSOCIATE EDITOR, EDITH JOHNSTON
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF. ALICE OPALKA
THE PAINT BRUSH IS MIGHTIER THAN
SHAPING UP THE SPORTS SECTION "OH. THOSE SENIOR ACTIVITY LISTS!" THE SWORD
SPORTS EDITOR, LEWIS KEIM SENIOR EDITOR. BARBARA BEEMAN STAFF ARTIST, JIM HUTCHESON
yearbook-a recol-d of oooh member in school
and his zlctivitios and EI symbol of 0vo1'ytl1i11H'
PARADING ON ARMISTICE DAY
AWARD FOR ESPANOL ASSEMBLY
TOTING THE COLORS
DINING OUT AT LA HACIENDA
ln the seeond year of its exlstenee. the
Spanish Club has done mueh to raise its status
to that of one of the most active organizations
The meetings and activities eenter around
the aim of the elub-to promote friendship with
the Latin-American eountries by stimulating' in-
terest in their attitudes. eustoins. and language.
Members of the elub started the season last
fall with a banquet in Spanish surroundings.
On April 13. l949, the Spanish Flub pictured
HA Day in Mexico" in their assembly. This
was held in eommemoration of Pan Ameriean
Day which is April 1-L, and an explanation ot'
the significance of friendship between eoun-
tries ot the two Americas was included.
Th officers of first semester were Aliee
Opalka. presideutg Carol Boberg. Viee presi-
dent: Jeannine Phillips. seeretaryg Naney NYil-
Second semester's offieers were Alice Opallia.
president: Marianna Merritt. viee presidentg
Carol lloberg: secretary: Jeannine Phillips.
ROW I CAROL BOBERG, ALICE OPALKA. NARIANNA
now n :uname nmurs, vnonn nou., un
snunscnzn, LA oomu nocsus, nn-
mxu auss. Nsucv wn.soN. norms:
ROW Ill NETA MINTIIORN, BARBARA WEIKERT. JEAN
JACKSON, SHARIE SEEKINS, MARJORIE
MENDEL. HELEN NAYTON. MISS SNATWELL-
Himsl-Wohlwend Motors. Inc.
Super Cream-Whecton's Page B3
MISSOULA BOUND TO ATTEND WORKING OVERTIME ON
JOURNALISM CLINIC ARROW MAKE-UI'
HOT OFF THE PRESSES APRIL FOOL'S PRODUCTION
To provide a written rm-cord of important
school cvc-nts and to reflect student opinion
arc tlic nnlin objectives of thc "l"lnt.l1oznl
Arrow. ' '
The Arrow is a ll10ll1ll0l' of tllc lntcrnaitionul
Quill 8 Scroll Association of Northwcstcrn
l'nivcrsity, Bllllllillltl Scholastic Prcss Associ-
ation. thc National Scliolzlstic Press Association.
und thc Pacific Slope School Editorial Associ-
ation. In thc fortictli All-American Newspaper
Uriticul Service conducted by the National
Scholastic Press Association for 1948-1949 thc
Arrow rcccivcd ai "1" or "first class" rating.
Faculty advisors of the Arrow arc Mr. C.
NVinston Boi-gen, editorial departnicnt, and
KCIIIIOHI Cliristison, business.
ICONTINUED ON PAGE BSI
I BOB ABBOTT, SHARIE SEEKINS, AUDREY ENGSTROM. Al-ICE OPALKA, DON BREIMO, LEWIS KEIM, EDITH JOHNSTON BERYI. HANDFORD
MARIANNA MERRITT. GARY REESE. I I
ll 10 ANN PATNEAUUE- ELAINE LAVALLEY. MARILYN MCCQNNEI-L. NANCY PIERSON, LORA PETERSON, JEANNINE PHILLIPS, CHARLENE
KEIM, BARBARA BEEMAN, ELIZABETH THOMPSON. KARLA SEARLE, LA DONNA ROGNLIE, JONE WILLIS, PHYLLIS TREWEEK, COLLEEN
OLSON, HELEN HAYTON.
MARJORIE MENDEL, HELEN BERNER. FLORINE SUNDELIUS. CAROLYN BEST. JOY BEST. BETTY JOHNSON. VERA JONES, CAROL FLOTT-
MAN. JEANNINE HACKER. EILEEN TOOLEY. LA YERNA SCHLEGEL. BEVERLY GEDDES, INEZ ROGNLIE. LONA SUNDBY. MARGENE CHRISTOPHER,
DOROTHY FENTON. GERALDINE PARKER, DOROTHY FRANZ, JO ANN HANSON.
IV MR. CHRISTISON, ADVISOR, LAUREN GRANMO, CHARLES MERCORD, ROBERT KIRK. NORMAN JACOBSON. EVA HALLAM, JOYCE HEGGEN,
BETTY FELSMAN, BONNIE MINTHORN, BONNIE COX. THERESA FRANZ, LOUISE CASSADY, MARIAN WISE, RONALD ROGERS, MARSHALL
84 MURRAY. BILL REDMOND, MR. BORGEN, ADVISOR.
ARROW EDITORIAL STAFF
Row I GARY REESE, MARIANNA MERRITT, SHARIE sesxms. ALICE OPALKA, DON BREIMO, LEWIS KEIM, EDITH JOHNSTON. AUDREY ENas'moM,
ROW II MR. BORGEN, ADVISER, INEZ ROGNLIE, JONE WILLIS, JEANNINE PHILLIPS. JEANNINE HACKER, COLLEEN OLSON. EVA HALLAM, FLOR-
INE SUNDELIUS, LA DONNA ROGNLIE, MR. CHRISTISON, ADVISOR.
Flathead Arrow Quill and Scroll
KCONUNUEN 1'lliliZll02ld,S Chapter of the Quill 8: Scroll
International Society for fltligh School journal-
llilirst semester editors were Don Breiino,
editor-in-chiefg Alice Opalka, associate editorg
liewis Keim, news editorg Edith Johnston, fea-
ture editorg and Bob Abbott, sports editor. Mpmbm-S of the Quill
Members of the basic staff the second se-
mester were Lewis Keim, editor-in-chief : fltldith
Johnston, associate editorg Sharie Seekins and
Marianna, Merrit, eo-news editorsg Beryl lland-
ford, feature editorg Gary Reese, sports editor.
Audrey Engstrom served as business manager
its, was organized to give recognition to
deserving students in the journalistic field.
and Scroll Work on
several projects during the school year. A
connnittec from the club judges assembly pro-
grams, and the organization presenting the best
one receives a plaque. A Scholastic Writing
Contest is sponsored every year for journalism
students. Near the end ot' the year the Jour-
tli e entire year. -
nalistic Banqnt is planned. At this the staff
for the following semester is announced. '
QUILL AND SCROLL
Row 1 now snsmc. JEANNINE PHILLIPS, ALICE OPALKA, LEWIS KEIM.
ROW ll LA DONNA ROGNLIE, DELPHINE HANSON. EDITH JOHNSTON, BERYL HANDFORD, INEZ ROGNLIE,
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FIRST SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL
I JIM KORN. RONALD KIRKPATRICK, AL PIERCE, BILL NOBLE, KENNETH BONDURANT. MARSHALL MURRAY, DON BREIMO.
ROW II JANICE JAMES, LORA PETERSON, SALLY KIRKPATRICK, EDITH JOHNSTON, BERYL HANDFORD, SUE EBERHARD, DELPHINE HANSON, FAYE
Row III Mn. MERRITT, svonson, BEVERLEE MCNAMARA. DORIS IIEuscIIEIz, CHARLES SIDERIUS, JOHN ENGEBRETSON, JOHN BOWDISH, non
STORAASLI, GARY JYSTAD, MILLIE HUGGINS, DONNA GROSSWILER, NIR. nn, svouson.
now IV JENETTE REDMAN, CHRISTINE THOMPSON. 'roar ARMSTRONG, vmcn. PETTINATO, CHARLES GESTRING, FRANK HAGEL, EUGENE MURPHY,
:Ames aaao'r'r. KENNETH SUTHERLAND, CORNELIUS RILEY, nokovnv JACOBSON, PAT FELSMAN.
NOT PICTURED-J ERI SHAW.
"Democracy iI1 action" is a fitting descrip-
tion of Flathead's Student Council, which legis-
lates and governs the activities of Flathead
students. The offices of the Student Council,
which must be filled by upperclassmen in the
top third of their class, are those of president,
vice president, secretary, and treasurer. These
are elected by the student body at large after
spirited and highly competitive elections. Repre-
sentatives are elected from the home rooms.
This group learns parliamentary procedure
through actual practice and government func-
tions by putting into effect the Wishes and
reconnnendations of the home rooms.
The council acted as the motivating force in
planning the two effective student parades to
advertise the successful bond issue and to assist
veterans' organizations in commemorating
Armistice Day. '
Other activities of the council included re-
writing the outdated council constitution.
Added to the constitution were.amendments
condemning hazing at school, and setting the
time for election of cheerleaders. The clause
which ruled that the student council must
approve all names submitted for F's by thc
coach was revised so that it is not necessary.
The council also took a stand against the wear-
ing of other school emblems in Flathead High.
Students belonging to t.he council gain valu-
able practice in government and also learn how
to judge carefully what is right and wrong.
Although there are faculty sponsors, Mr. Day
and Mr. Merritt, decisions are left up to the
students and a truly democratic organization
is the result.
First semester officers were Beryl Handford.
presidentg John Bowdish, vice presidentq Edith
Johnston, serctaryg and Sue Eberhard, treas-
urer. Second semester officers were Don
Breiino, presidentg Bob Kirk, vice prcsidentg
Barbara Reeman, secretaryg and Sue Eberhard,
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STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS
ROW I EDITH JOHNSTON, BERYL HANDFORD, SUE EBERHARD. BARBARA BEEMAN.
ROW II JOHN BOWDISH, DON BREIMO, BOB KIRK.
SECOND SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL
ROW I MR. DAY, SPONSOR, SUE EBERHARD, BOB KIRK, DON BREIMO, BARBARA BEEMAN. MR. MERRITT, SPONSOR.
ROW II TOMMY LITTLE, GERENE CLARK, ARLETA LEACH, EUNICE PECKENPAUGH, LAWRENCE MELBY, LORA PETERSON. DELMAR GRANMO, LO-
BERTA MAY, DEAN CROSKREY, KATHRYN ERICKSON, BEVERLY MCNAMARA.
ROW III NOEL ARONSON, CHARLES GESTRING, LOUIS ANDERSON, DON DUNHAM, RUTH JOHNSTON, CHARLES SIDERIUS, PAUL TUTVEDT, GARY
QUALLS, MARSHALL MURRAY, LOIS BYRNE, DORIS HEUSCHER, PAT FELSMAN, AVIS WOLLAN, STEVE CARLISLE.
SPONSOR, MR. SCHROETER, TIM CRAIL, DUANE CALBICK, PATSY THOMAS, DAISY MAE THOMAS, BETTY JOHNSON,
BARBARA OWEN, ANDRE LIPPENS, FLORENCE BARON, ARDEN OLSON
XVell-known throughout the school, com-
munity, and the northwest is the group that
makes up the F. C. H. S. chapter of the Na-
tional Forensic League, under the leadership
of Tom Richardson. liast October a great
honor was bestowed on the local league by
being chosen to entertain the Northwestern
Educational Association which includes Wash-
ington, Idaho, Oregon, and Montana at Spo-
kane, Washington, during their convention.
The two student radio demonstrations called
"Interview Vtlith the Past" and "The Worst
Boy in School" were highly received and many
compliments were given to the group. Those
who participated were John lflngebretson,
Robert Robbin, Ellis French, Ronny Anderson,
Tim Crail, Nancy Wilson, Kenneth Fraser, and
The beneficial results of the league are the
poise and experience which the young people
derive from public speaking tllld the C1lt8l'tHll1-
ment which the community is given.
"Revision of the United Nations Organiza-
tion into a XVorld Government" is the timely
topic for this year's debaters. This group does
all ot its research tllld practice work out of
school. and it is rewarded for its efforts by
debate trips to surrounding towns. Participa-
tion in the annual district and state meets each
spring also occurs on the debaters' agenda.
Into the 1949 graduates' hall of fame will
go the name of Timothy Grail for his ont-
standing specch work. In the American Legion
Oratorical Uontest Tim was awarded first place
tor the presentation of his original oration.
"Our Constitution, NVorth Having, Xhlorth De-
fending." I-le then Cwith the same orationl
took top honors in the district meet, and he
received a well deserved third place at the
state meet in Missoula. Montana.
ROW I KENNETH FRASER, MARIANNA MERRITT, ARLETA LEACH, TIMOTHY CRAIL, BEVERLY GEDDES, PHYLLIS ANDERSON, JOHN ENGEBRETSON.
II TOM RICHARDSON, SPONSOR, ROBBIN HOUGH, CARLA GARRARD, LAURA RAE CHRISTENSEN, DUANE CALBICK, DOLLY AYERS, NANCY
PIERSON, DONNA FLYNN, DAISY MAE THOMAS, JEANINE JENSEN, NANCY WILSON, ARDITH LINRUDE, PATRICIA JENNINGS.
ROW III SIDNEY ARONSON. ROBERT JASVEN. CAROLYN BEST, FLORINE SUNDELIUS, HELEN CRAMER, HELEN HAYTON, SALLY KIRKPATRICK, SHARIE
SEEKINS, RITA CLARK, NANCY KAUS, YIOLET MAIER, BARBARA JACKSON, ED SCHROETER. SPONSOR.
ROW IV MARSHALL MURRAY, AGNES STENBERG, GLENNA BEAR, CAROL STENBERG, CLAUDIA SAND, EVA HALLAM, GLENN RIDGEWAY, RICHARD
HODGSON, DONALD HILL, ELEANOR HAWKINS, ALTA PRESTBYE, RUTH JOHNSTON, ELAINE JACOBSON, CORINNE HODGSON, PEARL OPALKA,
ANN THOMSON .
CRAIL WINS LEGION CONTEST
MR. WINTERS OF THE AMERICAN LEGION CONGRATULATES
TIMOTHY CRAIL. ON THE RIGHT IS MR. TOM RICHARDSON.
INTERVIEW WITH THE PAST
BEVERLY GEDDES, FLORINE SUNDELIUS, ROBERT ROBBIN,
JOHN ENGEBRETSON, ELLIS FRENCH. PHYLLIS ANDERSON
RACHEL I'IARTSOCH,' AVIS WOLLAN, SHARIE SEEKINS. NANCY WILSON, BARBARA BEEMAN, PAT REDFIELD, NETTIE MILLER,
BOBERG, AUDREY ENGSTROM
ROW I HELEN MARTINSON, DORIS HEUSCHER, BETTY PATTERSON, PAT REDFIELD, JOANNE PATNEAUDE, JOYCE LOGAN.
ROW II CATHARINE CARRUTHERS. MILDRED MENDEL. CARO
ROW III CAROL MTRRAY. BEYERLEE MACNAMARA, COLLEEN
LYN BEST, SALLY KIRKPATRICK, ALTA PRESTBYE, OPAL MARTINSON.
OLSON, BARBARA ROLL, JEANINE JENSON, PNYLLIS TREWEEK, JOAN CHRISTENSON.
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GIRLS' STATE DELEGATES
PAT REDFIELD, BEVERLEE MCNAMARA,
NANCY WILSON, PAT FELSMAN,
DORIS J. ANDERSON.
BelI's Incorporaied-Coccr Colcx Company
ROW I BARBARA SPAFFORD, PAT NORDTOME, JANICE LYONAIS, GLENNA BEAR, JOAN GONSIOR, MARY SISTOK, YVONNE GEDDES.
ROW II JERRY JOHNSON, FLORENCE DIGIOVANI, KAY HERRON, ANN THOMSON, DONALD CRAIL, JONE WILLIS, SHIRLEY WHEELER, DONNA
TORBERT, ADELAIDE SZYMANOWSKI, JANICE JAMES, MARGARET LOVEALL, DIANNE CALBICK, JACQUELINE GOULD.
ROW III LONA SUNDBY, NAOMI GAFFANEY, AGNES STENBERG, PEARL OPALKA, CAROL MURRAY, DOROTHY IVERSON, YVONNE JONES, EMERAL
HAUG, MARCELLA THIBERT, FRANCES BUCK, ELLEN ROGNLIE, JERI SHAW, DONNA FLYNN, RITA CLARK, BEVERLY JACOBSON, BEVERLY
ROW IV MISS CARR, SPONSOR, JANE KJOS, BETTY KJOS, LOIS BYRNE, GARY QUALLS, MARJORIE JOHNSTON, CATHERINE VALISON, MILDRED
MENDEL, RUTH JOHNSTON, CORINNE HODGSON, ELAINE JACOBSON, CAROL STENBERG, CLAUDIA SAND, RUTH FRANZ, CATHARINE CAR-
RUTHERS, MARILYN NORDQUIST, JEROME SAND, NOEL ARONSON,
Open to freshmen and sophomores interested
in dramatics, the Marionettes boast a member-
ship of forty stude11ts.
This organization took care of the pageantry
in the Christmas program and sponsored an
April l+'ool's dance as their activities for the
518- '49 year.
Officers of Narionettes are Glenna Lee Bear.
presidentg Patricia Nordtome, vice president:
and Janice liyonais. secretary. Miss Della Ve
Carr is the faculty sponsor.
Jerry Johnson and Don Crail took part in
the Christmas pageant with Janice Lyonais.
Florence Di Giovanni, Marilyn Nordquist, and
Barbara Spatford on the make up and property
Joan Willis, Bob Storaasli, Joan Gonsior. and
Vivian Wilken made the attractive posters seen
around the halls for the April Fool's Dance.
Other committees for the dance were: decora-
tions. Janice James. Kay Herron. Pat N0l'dl0lIl0,
Florence Di Giovanni, Rosemary Aker, Dorothy
Iverson, Mary Anne Sistok, Jackie Gould. and
Ruth Johnstong entertaininent, Marilyn Nord-
quistg food committee. Janice Lyonais. Lois
Byrne. Marcella Thibert, and Florence Di
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To increase his knowledge of seienee is the
aim of each member of In-La-Sci, science club.
To accomplish this end, every active member
has during the past year given a comprehensive
talk on some scientific subject. These talks
included everything from reactions of pingpong
balls to treatment for cancer.
Time was also devoted to demonstrations in
chemistry in order that properties of various
elements and compounds might be observed.
Patti Bergman is presidentg Howard Austin,
vice presidentg Edith Johnston. secretary-
treasurer. Mr. Ylinen. head of the science de-
partment, is faculty advisor.
ROW I HELEN BERNER, EDITH JOHNSTON, PATTI BERGMAN, HOWARD AUSTIN
ROW II DONNA NORVELL, CAROLYN BEST, ROLENE MORGENSTREN, FLORINE
SUNDELIUS, ELIZABETH THOMPSON.
ROW III NANCY KAUS, HAZEL HARTMAN, BARBARA WEIKERT, MILDRED MENDEL
ROW IV PAUL BRANUM, MR. VLINEN, SPONSOR, LEONARD DYBING.
SUND, CAROL ANDERSON.
CONNIE MCCOWN, PAT FELSMAN, RUTH MCCONNELL, ELAINE LAVALLEY, RETA MCCONNELL, EILEEN TOOLEY, GERALDINE
GERENE CLARK, SHIRLEY BURNELL, MARY O'FALLON, NANCY KAUS. ELIZABETH THOMPSON, AUDREY EIQGSTROM, CHARLENE
KEIM, SALLY CONKLIN, SHIRLEY DYER, GERRY JOHNSON. MARY ANNE SISTOK.
ROW Ill PHYLLIS TREWEEK, LENORE HERRON, DORIS HEUSCHER, FHYLLIS FREDRICKSON, DORIS ANDERSON. CAROL BOBERG, LETA
DICKINSON, JEANNINE HACKER, BEVERLY GEDDES, PATTI BERGMANN, YVONNE GEDDES, PAT MORTON, PAULA MACMILLAN,
DUANE HANSON, PHYLLIS ANDERSON.
ROW IV MISS HARTMAN, SPONSOR: DON BREIMO, OYSTEIN BOVENG, HARRY BURNELL, SIDNEY ARONSON, CHARLES REMICK. LEE
LINDSEY. NORMA KINSHELLA, JO ANN HANSON, ROGER FREDENBERG, JAMES WALTERS, EARL ARMSTRONG, CHARLES MERCORD,
CHARLES SIDERIUS, MISS LAMBERT, SPONSOR.
Wearing their white sweaters with orange
and black emblems, ineinbers of Tomaliawlis
rendered their main service this year by usher-
ing at the crowded basketball games and selling'
The sponsors of this club, Miss Lambert and
Miss llartinan, along with club officers Pat
Felsinan, Don Breimo, and Eileen Tooley, have
worked to make this organization outstanding.
A project started by the Club this year, was
a " Basketball Banquet " for varsity players and
Other services earried on by the club were
sponsoring the eheer leaders and planning pep
A new constitution for re-organization was
also drawn up.
ROW I RUTH MCCONNELL, ELAINE LA VALLEY.
ROW II SIDNEY ARONSON, RETA MCCONNELL, RALPH DE LANGE.
lt is the privilege of the eheerleaders
to lead yells at sports events and pep
assembliesg it is their duty to bring out
all the pep from the crowd. Five cheer-
leaders are elected annually. In addition
to their cheering! at ball games they find
new yells, praetiee yell routines, and
teach the eaudidates for election how
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G. A. A.
ROW PATRICIA KELLEY, RUTH KINNIBURG. YYONNE JOHNSON, LEE ANN FRANZEN, JOANNE STIEN, JERI SHAW. JANICE JAMES. PAT MORTON,
AGNES STENBERG, ALTA PRESTBYE. SHIRLEY DYER.
ROW JEANNE THOE, CAROL STENBERG, PEARL OPALKA. LOUISE DAWSON. BEYERLEE MACNAMARA, CATHARINE CARRUTHERS, RUTH JOHNS-
TON, RETA MCCONNELL, ADELE PIDWERBECKI. SALLY KIRKPATRICK, NAOMI GAFFANEY, MARY ANNE SISTOK. JEANINE JENSEN, CARRIE
FERGUSON. ANN THOMSON. GLORIA LOGAN. -
MARJORIE PEDERSON, HELEN EDLAND, MARGARET DZIVI, ELEANOR MORIN. DARLENE EHRET, MARGARET JOHNSON. PAT UFFORD, VIOLET
ROLL. MARGARET RICE, BARBARA SPAFFORD, LAURA GRECO. PAT STOCKWELL. EDITH JOHNSTON, ELIZABETH THOMPSON. MILLIE HUG-
GINS. ELAINE WILKE, MARILYN JORGENSON, JONE WILLIS, MARJORIE JOHNSTON, JEANNINE HACKER, BERYL HANDFORD.
CLAUDIA SAND, BARBARA ADAMS, MILDRED MENDEL. CLEONA MCCLELLAND, EDNA WOLLAN, HARRIET MACDONALD, PAT NORDTOME.
BARBARA JACKSON, AUDREY ENGSTROM. JANICE LYONAIS. FLORENCE DIGIOVANI, ELYA RUNDQUIST, YYONNE STRUBLE. JENETTE RED-
MAN. CHRISTINE THOMPSON. SHIRLEY WHEELER. DOROTHY IVERSON, BETTY KJOS. LONA LEE SUNDBY, GERALDINE GILBERTSON. NETTIE
MILLER, MARGENE CHRISTOPHER. DONNA HAINES, JOYCE HEGGEN. CAROL MURRAY, DONNA NORYELL, GERALDINE BRUNO. DONNA
TORBERT, MISS LEWIS, SPONSOR.
G. H. Il.
For girls who find pleasure i11 sports there
is an ideal organization. Girls' Athletic Associ-
ation. The activities of this club included in
the school program are team games of volley-
ball, basketball, badniitton, and baseball. Credit
is given for participation by a IIICIHIJOI' in any
individual sport. Stripes, chevrons. stars. and
"Tins" are awarded for consistent partieipation
in athletics in or out of school.
Ten upper class girls traveled to the Uni-
versity of Montana for a. play day on April 30.
This annual affair includes many sports and
is sponsored by the vIT0ll1011,S Athletic Associ-
ation of the University.
G. A. A. boasts a nielnbership of eighty girls.
At the initial meeting Edith Johnston was
elected president. Elizabeth Thompson. vice
president, and Millie Huggins, secretary- treas-
urer. Miss Olive Lewis is the sponsor.
G. A. A. svonrs on
WINNING TEAM or '
sronrs- on TOURNAMENT
TIME AND SCORE KEEPERS:
GLORIA LOGAN, EDITH JOHNSTON
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ROW I ALICE OPALKA, JOYCE LOGAN, DON BREIMO, EDITH JOHNSTON, CLARA ELLEN COLLINS.
ROW II JEANNINE PHILLIPS, BARBARA BEEMAN, LEWIS KEIM, SUE EBERHARD, BERYL IIANDFORD,
ROW III MISS KURT2, SPONSOR, AUDREY ENGSTROM, EVAN SPEER, DORIS HEUSCHER, MARJORIE
A p pinokwis
The National Honor Society has for its prin-
ciples: cliaracter, scholarship, leadership, and
service. To be eligible for membership in t.his
national organization, one must rank in the
upper fourth of his class and be approved by
The present membership consists of fourteen
seniors, six of whom were chosen in their
junior year and the remaining eight in their
Officers of the group are Donald Breimo,
presidentg Joyce Logan, vice presidentg and
Edith Johnston, secretary. Miss Kurtz is the
Y-Teens. an international organization under
the Y. NY. C. A., has as its purpose to make
better future citizens, to help others in all ways.
and to bc of strong moral character.
Their first activity was the NVhite Christmas.
The whole student body cooperated whole-
heartedly so that many gifts were presented to
Major Broad of the Salvation Army. A Hobo
Hop, lf'eb1'uary 11, gave the club a beginning
for its treasury and proved novel entertainment
for the students.
The officers are Della Black, presidentg
Elaine lla Valley, vice presidentg La Verne
Bruyer, treasurcrg Luanne Burch, secretary.
" Y - T E E N S
ELAINE LA VALLEY. LA VERNE BRUYER, DELLA BLACK, DORIS J. ANDERSON, PAT FELSMAN, MISS CARR, SPONSOR, LETA DICKINSON, LUANNE
BURCII, BEVERLY GEDDES. CAROL BOBERG, PHYLLIS TREWEEK
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ROW I EUNICE PECKENPAUGH, FRANK HAGEL, JOHN TIIOL, CORINNE IIODGSON, BLANCNE LARSON. ADELAIDE SZYMANOWSKI, COLLEEN BODING,
DEAN CROSKREY, YVONNE STRUBLE.
ROW II PAT KELLY, MARJORIE PEDERSON, PAT REDFIELD, HELEN HAYTON, LOUISE COOPER, NANCY MCLAUGHLIN, ELAINE JACOBSON, MRS.
WELLS, SPONSOR, CLAUDIA SAND, SALLY KIRKPATRICK, DONNA DAVIS, JOANN CHRISTIANSON, LA DONNA IIIEB, JANICE LYONAIS, BERNICE
The Quiver is edited by the Scribbler's Club,
a group of energetic students who are interested
in creative writing and who are also interested
in giving others the opportunity of being able
to have their original stories, poems, and essays
put into a literary magazine which can be read
by all the students.
This year the club published one magazine.
It contained original writings from all of the
worthy young authors of Flathead and it gave
others the opportunity to read and enjoy these
NVith the precision of Rockettes, Flat-
head's ushers. in their snappy orange and
black uniforms. seat the crowds at all
public and school entertainments held in
The ushers function as a club in that
they sponsor mixers and school parties.
The club also presents service pins to its
members at the close of each year.
Each spring, the club votes in freshmen
and sophomore girls to replace graduating'
First semester officers were president.
lienore Herrong vice president. Carol Bo-
bergg secretary-treasurer. lla Donna llieb.
Second semester officers were president,
Gerry Sundg vice president, Nancy Kaus:
secretaryvitreasnrer. l-lazel llartman. Miss
Ertel Shatwell is club sponsor.
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Dean Croskrey, John Thol, and Frank l'l.a.gel
made the linoleum block' prints to illustrate the
selections. These were all. original designs.
The cover was designed by Frank Hagel.
The editorial staff is composed of editor-in-
chief, Blanche Idarsong assistant editor, Sally
Kirkpatrickg sales and publicity manager, La
Donna Heibg assistants La. Vern Nelson and
Bernice Olsong art editors Nancy Mcliaughlin,
Frank Hagel, and Pat Nelson.
I PHYLLIS TREWEEK, DORIS J. ANDERSON, FAYE BAILEY, GERRY SUND
IIAZEL HARTMAN, PAT MORTON, CHARLENE KEIM.
II PAT FELSMAN, NANCY KAUS, FERN SKIFTUN.
III CAROL BOBERG, ARDITII LINRUDE, LENORE HERRON, LA DONNA HIEB
LA VERNA SCHLEGEL
ROW I BILL DICKINSON, DAVID HENNESSEY, JAMES SUTTON, JAMES HARTSON, CHESTER
HOWARD, JAMES AKER, LENORE HERRON, BOB MCLEAN, LESLIE FOV, BOB ABBOTT,
ROW II GORDON ROGNLIEN, BRUCE WILSON, SALLY CONKLIN, JO ANN IIANSON, CAROL
BOBERG, BEVERLY GEDDES, RONALD BAUSKA.
ROW Ill WILLIAM IBENTIIAL, WINSTON MEBUST, JAMES CRONKIIITE, JAMES KORN, PAULINE
SMITH, LEE HILL, DOUGLAS EGAN, LAVERNA SCHLEGEL.
ROW IV MR. WILSON, SPONSOR, PAUL TUTVEDT, JOHN STOCKWELL, OVSTEIN BOVENG,
JAMES HUTCHESON, EDGAR TRIPPET, ROBERT SWEENEY.
To ini-rease interest in skiing among young people and
t.o make skiing a major sport aetivity in Flathead is the
objective of the Ski Club.
Bill Noble is presidentg Sally Conklin, secretary-treas
urerg and "Rip" Wilson, sponsor, of the organization.
Bill Noble, lies Foy, James Hartson, Oystein Boveug,
Bob lllellean, and La Verna Sehlegel comprised Flathead 'S
ski team, The team attended the State meet at Bozeman.
ln the Doug Smith Memorial Races at Big Mountain, the
,l'1l21lll02lll team placed third. Les Foy was second in the
downhill race in whit-h professionals competed. Foy also
raced in the National Ski Races held at Big Mountain.
llavingg entered the contest for ski queen as Flathead
Ski Club's candidate. lla. Verna Sehlegel eame out vie-
torious-Queen of the 1949 National Ski Meet.
FLATHEAIJ sKl TEAM
JAMES HARTSON, BOB MCLEAN, LESLIE FOV, BILL NOBLE, OYSTEIN BOVENG
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ROW I MISS HORTON, DONNA NORVELL, DAISY MAE THOMAS, FLORENCE BARON, MARIE WIDDOWSON, MARIANNA MERRITT, WINNIE GOHN,
HELEN HAYTON, MARILYN MCCONNELL, AUDREY ENGSTROM. JOYCE MCKELLAR, CAROL FRY.
ROW II DUANE CALBICK, NORMA JEAN KINSHELLA, JEANNINE HACKER, LA DONNA HIEB, BARBARA BOSTIC, EDNA SYKES, CATHERINE CLARK,
BONNIE MINTHORN, PAULINE HOVEY, BARBARA BERGMANN, MARJORIE MENDEL, ETHEL OLSON, NANCY PIERSON.
ROW III BOB WAUGH, TIM CRAIL, LEE HILL, ELGIN WHEELER, DALE HARVEY, HERB KASSNER, DON BREIMO, CLIFFORD COLLINS, RONALD
LYFORD, DICK ROTH, TOM LITTLE, BOB JAMES, DEAN CROSKREY, CHARLES CLAPPER, ANDRE LIPPENS.
A Cappella Choir
The choir this year under the direction of
Miss Janice Horton had fifty members, primar-
ily upperclassmen. Underclassmen were ad-
mitted upo11 audition.
The choir presented a concert for the
businessmen in November, and an a cappella
Christmas pageant, several radio broadcasts.
both recorded and live, and a spring concert.
As their last public performance, a massed
choir was used for baccalaureate and com-
mencement. Participating in the class A
festival in Kalispell April 23, the massed choir
used the following selections: "Set Down Ser-
vant," a negro spiritualg "Lost in the Night,"
and Hlilallelujah Amen," from "Judas Mae-
eabaeus" both sacred numbers.
From the vocal music department, repre-
sentatives were chosen for the all state chorus
held in Great Falls May 6-7 during the state
music contest. They were: Edna Sykes, Norma.
Jean Kinshella, Clara Ellen Collins, Leta
Dickinson, Jeannine Hacker, Barbara Berg-
mann, Carol Fry, Fern Skiftun, Nancy Kaus,
Lora Peterson, and Don Breimo.
Officers of the choir were Don Breimo,
presidentg Dean Croskrey, vice presidentg
Jeannine Hacker, secretary-treasurer5 and Bob
Don Breimo, senior bass soloist, at-
tended the state music festival in
Missoula last year and received a,
superior rating. He sang "I VVa.lked
Today Where Jesus NValked" and
"Bells of the Sea."
This year he attended the state music
festival in Great Falls. He chose to
sing "Le Carr" in French and "Caro
Mio Ben" in Italian.
I-le performed for many civic or-
ganizations, school assemblies, radio
broadcasts, and formal concerts.
Manley Owen Betts
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DELORES FARRIS, SHIRLEY MOELLER, PATSY THOMAS, BARBARA OWEN, PAT KELLY, FERN ARNOLD, LORA JUNE PETERSON, DOROTHY
BLOOM, BEVERLY HAUGE, PAT JENNINGS, KAY HERRON.
MISS HORTON, LA VERNE BRUYER, RUTH MCCONNELL, ANN MARTINSON, LILLIAN OLSON, BERNADINE HEALY, MARJORIE KEMNA,
LAURA CHRISTENSEN, DELORES HISSONG, ELLEN ROGNLIE, FAY NEAS. ARLENE MCCARTNEY, PAT MORTON, FRANCES BUCK.
HARRIET BOLME, ARDITH LINRUDE, DONNA GROSSWILER, EMERAL HAUG, EDNA WOLLAN, RITA CLARK, ROSELLA KAUFFMAN, JO ANN
HANSON, DONNA DAVIS, PEARL OPALKA, ANN THOMSON, HARRIET MACDONALD, MARALYN EAYRS, JESSIEBELLE PASSMORE, JEAN
GLENNA LEE BEAR, PAULA MACMILLAN, AGNES STENBERG, CAROL STENBERG, VIOLET MAIER, ROBERTA JONES, JEANINE MYERS, PAT
SCHUMACHER, BONNIE COX, GLORIA SCHLEGEL, ELEANOR HOLMQUIST, ELAINE JACOBSON, ELEANOR HAWKINS, CORINNE HODGSON,
BETTY ANN ROSS, JOYCE MCNEIL, PAULINE LINDGREN.
The sophomore chorus, under the direction
of Miss Janice l'l.orton, has sixty-cight 1110111-
bcrs and a two year 1l1Cl11ll8I'Slllp. "The l1ord's
PI-ayer" and "Snow Legend" were prcpared,
illld radio broadcasts and a florinal conccrt
were presented for thc public. The nicinbcrs
of this cl1orI1s coinpriscd the basic persoucll for
the 1l11lSiC festival in Kalispell April 23.
Officers arc Jo Ann llanson. prcsidcntg La
Verne Bruyer, vice prcsidcntg Mary licith.
secretary-trcasurcrg aI1d l"raucis Buck, libarian.
The frcslunau chorus, 2111 all girl organization
of thirty-five ll10ll'1bEfl'S,. is under the direction
of Miss Janicc Horton. The chorus participated
in radio broadcasts and a spri11g concert.
Members of this group were selected to aug-
mcnt the sophomore chorus at the music
festival iI1 Kalispell, April 23.
Officers arc: Barbara Bliss, presidcntg Lois
Byrne, vice prcsidcntg Jone NVillis. secretary-
treasurerg and Marcella Thibert, librarian.
now I GERALDINE skurlo, LOUISE WILHELM, I.ucII.I.s WILHELM, MARJORIE Rows. MARCELLA THIBERT, PATRICIA STOCKWELL, DONNA BROWN,
GENEVA SONSTELIE, BARBARA SPAFFORD, BARBARA BLISS. HELEN RHODES, JONE WILLIS, SHIRLEY CHRISINGER, DARLENE
MARVEL BUCK, MARY ANNE SISTOK, MISS HORTON.
ROW II ANA DYGERT, RITA HALSETH, DOROTHY WUNDERLICH, THALLIS CLARE, DELORES FOSS, INA DYE, JANE KJOS, JEAN PICKENS, DONNA
PILON. DOLORES BEAVER, DOROTHY IVERSON, NETA MINTHORN, LILA AABERGE, CAROL DUNHAM, PATRICIA UFFORD, LOIS BYRNE,
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JUNIOR-SENIOR TRIPLE TRIO
CLARA ELLEN COLLINS, JEANNINE HACKER, NORMA JEAN KINSHELLA, ADELE FIDWERBECKI,
EDNA SYKES. BARBARA BERGMANN, LETA DICKINSON, FERN SKIFTUN, CAROL FRY,
NANCY KAUS, LORA JUNE PETERSON, ACCOMPANIST
Boys selected for their
ability and voice blend coin-
prise the boys octctte. This
group perfornied for various
city organizations such as the
Rotary, Shriners, and church
organizations. It also par-
ticipated in radio broadcasts
and pertorincd between acts
for the senior play.
The boys prepared sacred
numbers, Negro spirituals,
folk songs. and light nuin-
bers. Among these were
"Beautiful Savior," "Deep
River," "Gospel Train,"
Cool Water, " 'S Kentucky
Babe," "Toy Drum," and
l'nder the direction of Miss
Janice llorton the junior-senior
triple trio performed for many
ness and Professional XVOIHEII,
Rotary, P. T. A., and Naval
Reserve Officers. The group
also participated in radio broad-
casts. May 6-7 the triple trio
attended the State Music festi-
val in Great Falls. Preparing
both a cappella and accompa-
nied selections, the triple trio
performed such numbers as
"Robin in the Rain," "Snow
Legend." and "The Teakettle
Lou JUN: Persnsos, Acconnmsr, nossm HOUGH, nos JAMES. GARY Reese, RoNNY urokn,
VEARI. OVERTON, CLIFFORD COLLINS, DON BREIMO. NOT PICTURED-BOB ABBOTT
FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE TRIPLE TRIO
R W I SHIRLEY CHRISINGER, BARBARA BLISS, BARBARA OWEN, LORA JUNE PETERSON.
ROW II JO ANN HANSON. DONNA DAVIS, JEANINE MYERS. LOIS BYRNE.
ROW III NETA MINTHORN, ELEANOR HAWKINS, ELAINE JACOBSON, MARJORIE KEMNA, BONNIE
Organized priniarily for
the purpose of preparing the
nieinbers for the senior or-
ganization. the freshman-
sophoinorc triple trio, under
the direction of Miss Janice
llorton, performed for sev-
eral service clubs in town.
Its meinbers are used as
substitutes in the senior
triple trio when necessary.
SIIARIE SEEKINS, FRANCES GOHN, CLARA ELLEN COLLINS, CAROLYN BEST, KARLA SEARLE, THERESA FRAN1, SHIRLEY WHEELER, PHYLLIS
FREDRICKSON, ARTHUR MITTON, LOIS MITTON. MONA HOILAND. MARIANNA MERRITT, JOYCE ROSS, EVAN SPEER, DONALD HILL, DOROTHY
FRAN1, JAMES HARTSON, BILLY CYR, DEAN WEIKERT, JAMES KORN, BARBARA WEIKERT, HUGH SPEER, LES FOY,
ELLIS FRENCH, BOB MOORE, MR, BECKSTRAND, DIRECTOR.
School plays, assemblies, radio broadcasts,
and a variety show were activities in which
the orchestra performed. It also assisted the
choir in presenting a Christmas pageant.
The purpose of the orchestra. is to study
great works of music and attempt to interpret
them correctly. '
Attending the district music festival held in
Kalispell, April 23, the orchestra. chose for
its contest selections "Danse Macabre,"
"Angelus," and "Overture to the Bohemian
The orchestra. plays the processional and
recessional at the commencement services for
eaeh graduating class. Q
Eight delegates were sent to Great Falls for
the all state orchestra meet. They were Bar-
bara lVeikert, bassg Evan Speer, clarinetg
Carolyn Best, Phyllis lflredriclcson, Mona,
Hoiland, Clara Ellen Collins, Shirley Wheeler
and liois Mitton, violins. Evan received the
first chair in the second clarinet section, Phyllis
the first chair in the second violin section, and
Clara Ellen the second chair in the first violin
Officers of the orchestra are James Hartson,
presidentg James Korn, vice presidentg Karla
Searle, secretary-treasurer4 and l-lugh Speer.
All State Orchestra
Students from many Montana. towns composed the All-State orchestra at Great Falls.
CONCERT BAND MEMBERS
ROBERT ADAMS, DARREL ALBERT, NOEL ARONSON, SIDNEY ARONSON, JOHN BIERY, KATHYRN BIERY, MERVIN BRUNNER, CHARLES CARTER,
MARGENE CHRISTOPHER, HARVEY CLOUSE, CLIFFORD COLLINS, WILLIAM CYR, WILLIAM DICKINSON, JOHN ENGEBRETSON, WILLIAM FINE,
DONNA FLYNN, LESLIE FOY, DOROTHY FRANZ, RUTH FRANZ, THERESA FRANZ, ELLIS FRENCH, HAROLD GILLETTE, ROGER GORDON, JAMES
HARTSON, DONALD HILL, ROBBIN HOUGH, JOYCE KIRK, JAMES KORN, CARL LEVITT, MARGARET LOVEALL, RONALD LYFORD, MARILYN MAURER,
MARJORIE MAURER, RITA MAURER, FRANCIS MEELROY, NANCY MCGLENN, ROGER MCPHEETERS, NETTIE MILLER, JOANNE MOLLER, ROBERT
MOORE, GENE MORGAN, GERALD OLSON, HAROLD PAULLIN, VIRGIL PAULLIN, HORTON PECKENPAUGH, GENE PETERSON, ADELE PIDWERBECKI,
GERALD QUALLS, JEANNETTE REDMAN, ARNOLD RIEBE, ROBERT ROBBIN, KARLA SEARLE, GERALDINE SHAW, PAULINE SMITH, EVAN SPEER,
HUGH SPEER, JOHN STOCKWELL, LEON SYTHE, JOHN THOL, GENE THOMPSON, JOHN VAN, DEAN
WEIKERT, MARIAN WISE, BARBARA WEIKERT
Concert Band W
The eoneert band ot? 1948-1949 is eoinposed
of seventy 1l10ll1ll0l'S under the direction of
Edward Beekstrand. '
Performing for assemblies. radio broadcasts.
and 3111 exchange coneert with Central Junior
High, the eoneert band highlighted its season
with its annual winter and spring coneerts.
They played sueh selections as "lla Reine de
Saba" by Gounadg "First Movement of
Symphony No. Il in B Minoru by Horoding
"March of the Steel Men" which featured the
Cornet and trombone sections by llelstringg
FLAG TWIRLE RS
'Broadcast from Brazil" by Bennett: "Mexi-
can Hat Dance" by Bennett, and "An1parito
Raeo " by Texidor.
The full band performed at all ot? the borne
football games and entertained the appreciative
sport fans with half-time shows, one of these
being 4'The Gay Ninety Review." In Missoula
the band performed "Uncle Sain Review," a
fireworks extravaganza whieh was enthusi-
astically received by the fans of our sister
LEFT-GERRY SUND, DONNA GROSSWILER, IRENE DONNER. GLORIA SCHLEGEL.
CENTER-EILEEN TOOLEY, PAT SCHUMACHER, MELBA STORIE, BONNIE COX.
RIGHT--PAULA MACMILLAN, LENORE HERRON, ETHEL OLSON, JO ANN HANSON.
Vtlith their gay orange and
black costumes, the twelve
girls who eonipose the flag
twirlers eau bring out the
feeling of festivity in any
crowd. They furnish enter-
tainment dnring halt'-time
periods of both football and
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Marching in parades and
working out clever routines
for Qllt-G1't3,l1111'18l1IZ between
halves of games are the main
duties of the baton twirlers.
Girls from all grades of high
school are included in this
lively organization. Major-
ette Jeannine Haekev leads
this group of girls.
ROW I GERALDINE BRUNO, DONNA TORBERT, LUCILLE BURNELL.
ROW II GLORIA FULTON, MARY ANNE SISTOK, GERENE CLARK, ANN THOMSON.
ROW III MARILYN MCCONNELL, DONNA FLYNN, DONNA NORVELL.
V MARY O'FALLON, PAT MORTON.
VI JEANNINE HACKER.
IV MARJORIE JOHNSTON, HELEN EDLAND, PEARL OPALKA, LETA DICKINSON.
The 1948-49 pep band had a meinhel-ship of
approximately 35 students. This band is
selected by the director to play for basketball
games and other events of a rally nature. lt
is eolnposed pI'ill12Il'iIy of' juniors and seniors
'fl'0ll1 the eoneert band although ll11d8l'QIil,SSl1'lGl1
needed to round out the ll1St1'l11l16I1t2I,IZl0ll are
ROBERT ADAMS, HARVEY CLOUSE, CLIFFORD COLLINS, CLARA ELLEN COLLINS. WILLIAM DICKINSON, JOHN ENGEBRETSON, LESLIE FOV, DOROTHY
FRANZ, RUTH FRANZ, THERESA FRANZ, ELLIS FRENCH, ROGER GORDON, JAMES HARTSON, DONALD HILL, JOYCE KIRK, JAMES KORN, CARL LEVITT,
NANCY MCGLENN, NETTIE MILLER, JOANNE MOLLER, ROBERT MOORE, GERALD OLSON, HORTON PECKENPAUGH, GENE PETERSON, ADELE PIDWER-
BECKI, GERALD QUALLS, ROBERT ROBBIN, KARLA SEARLE, PAULINE SMITH, EVAN SPEER, HUGH SPEER, JOHN STOCKWELL,
LEON SVTHE, JOHN THOL, JOHN VAN, DEAN WEIKERT, MARIAN WISE
. CAST OF ALL-SCHOOL PLAY
BEVERLY GEDDES, BOB MCLEAN, JANICE LYONAIS, MARILYN NORDQUIST, EUNICE PECKENPAUGH, PAUL BRANUM, ROBBIN HOUGH, DOROTHY
REDFIELD, DALE HARVEY, CAROL MURRAY
All School Play
Jay Tobias' "A Ready-Made Family" was
ehosen by the drama elass and the director, Mr.
Anderson, as the all-school play for 1949.
This three act farce was presented success-
fully three times. Its humorous plot moralizes
the results of a, marriage with a "ready-made
Agnes Martyn fBeverly Geddesj, a widow.
surprises her children Bob fPaul Branninnj,
Marilee CEuniee Peekenpaughl, and Gracie
CDorothy Redfieldj by coming home from a
vacation married to Henry Turner fBob Me-
Leani a widower, who has a son Stlllllllle
QR-obbin Houghj and a daughter Dorisf Janice
Lyonaisb. The offspring of both parties are
greatly grieved at the happenings. They go
to great lengths to half ruin the marriage-
and almost succeed.
Agnes and Henry Turner, however, pull a
few trieks out of the bag and ill the end every-
one is satisfied with the arrangement. Marilyn
Nordquist portrayed Miss Lydia, Agnes' sister-
in-lawg and Dale Harvey and Carol Murray
were Nieodemus and Begonia, the Martyns'
SCENE FROM ALL-SCHOOL PLAY
BEVERLY GEDDES, MARILYN NORDQUIST, CAROL MURRAY, JANICE LYONAIS, ROBBIN HOUGH
Monarch Lumber Co.
SENIOR PLAY CAST-ABIE'S IRISH ROSE
SEATED: LEWIS KEIM, SOLOMON LEVYQ CHARLES MERCORD, PATRICK MURPHY.
STANDING: DON BREIMO. RABBI nk. sAMutLsg LA VERNA SCHLEGEL, MRS. ISAAC COHENQ CAROL FRY, BRIDESMAIDQ CAROL FLOTTMAN. sRmEsMAlDg BILL
NOBLE, ABRAHAM LEVV5 SALLY CONKLIN, ROSEMARV MURPHY LEVY1 DELLA CALBICK. BRIDESMAIDQ BARBARA BEEMAN. BRIDESMAIDQ HUGH
SPEER, lsAAc CONENQ LAUREN GRANMO, FATHER WNALIN.
Abie's Irish Rose. a hilarious but yet thought
provoking' eoinedy, was presented by the senior
elass 011 November 18 and 19.
The eonfliet in the play centers about the
hereditary antipathy of the Irish for the Jews.
To the thoughtful person. the amiable solution
of the problem of prejudice as presented in the
play would be applicable to all problems of
raeial intolerance which exist today. lt is only
through understanding of others as individuals
that the nations of the world ean hope to main-
tain peaee and happiness.
The play was well reeeived by both students
and patrons of the sehool. The production was
under the direction of Mr. David Anderson of
the English department. The east was in
eharaeter throughout so that the audience lived
every turbulent inoinent in the lives of the
Levys and Murphys.
The east included Abie, Bill Noble: Rose
Mary. Sally Conkling Patrick Murphy, Charles
Mereord: Solomon Levy, Lewis Keiing Father
Whalen. Lauren Granniog Dr. Jacob Samuels,
'Donald Ilreiinog Mrs. Isaae Cohen. La Verna
Sehlegtelg Mr. Fohen. Ilugh Speer.
The stage and inalie up crew included Bob
Abbott. Howard Austin, Della Calbielz, Dean
Uroskrey, Betty Gonsior, Lenore Herron, Aliee
lsoni. Gerry Sund, and 'Eileen Tooley.
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CROSKREY CARLSON CO.
DICKINSON'S MUSIC CENTER
EAGLE SHOE CO.
FLOWERS BY HANSON
F. W. WOOLWORTH CO.
GAREY MOTOR CO.
GENE'S DRIVE IN
GLACIER NESBITT BOTTLING CO.
HARRY HOILAND AGENCY
HOWARD'S SHOE SHINE
JOHNSON'S FUNERAL HOME
KALISPELL SHEET METAL WORKS
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PETERSON'S TOURIST COURT
MONARCH LUMBER CO.
MONTGOMERY BLACKSMITH SHOP
MONTGOMERY WARD G CO.
MORRISON SERVICE GARAGE
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PAY 'N SAVE
PECK'S TEXACO SERVICE
ROBBIN G ROBBIN
RYDER'S FURNITURE EXCHANGE
SANDY'S SALES SERVICE
SAVERUD PAINT SHOP
TOBERT'S VARIETY STORE
WAGGENER Er CAMPBELL
WHEELER'S JEWELRY STORE
AL'S FOOD SHOP
BELLER-COLLINS REAL ESTATE
DICKEY GLASS SHOP
ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION Cr
ELECTRIK MAID BAKERY
FERGUSON SHOE STORE
FISHER C1 FOY, INC.
FLATHEAD GIFT SHOP
GLACIER WAR SURPLUS
GLACIER REALTY CO.
JACKSON'S MACHINE SHOP
HIMSL-WOHLWEND MOTORS, INC.
KALISPELL LAUNDRY Cr
KALISPELL MOTOR SUPPLY
KALISPELL WRECKING CO.
LLOYD'S RADIATOR SHOP
NORTH SIDE GROCERY Cr
OK RUBBER WELDERS
PROPANE GAS CO.
STEWART'S STANDARD SERVICE
SUPER CREAM G ICE CREAM
FOUNTAIN Cr LUNCH
TIP TOP CAFE
WALT WOODS INSURANCE
WHEATON'S CYCLE C1 TOY SHOP
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