Flathead High School - Flathead Yearbook (Kalispell, MT)

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,,'Z. 1950 , " 'v'f The Flathead Flathead County Hlgh School Kallspell Montana Publlshed by the Semor Class Volume XLIV TABLE OF CONTENTS N X 1 ffl V t f .1 A f QV' Q 5 .xy ' 3:3 iff: '." arg Q W:?i'QfiQDEi:T , if Q N Xj"re:73i2g: , C 1 X11 f ' fx 'SFP-gEi.'E5r,123rr V A -4 t g..,,,,Z.V ,, X s ttf xi . J . , s,w:3f,'sii ' Y". '1 ':.fv24.'f5'1: A X R l K V C ' 'Fl X sy , ' 1 ." if ' ..5, fi'- ,-is 13" ,W X ., NW , ,,w FLATHEAD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL rn An n e 1 b uai q LW ziafgj Cf.,-n FOREWORD Mvx -Days of chivalry was chosen as the Flathead because the ideals associated fvith thi l nod in history are still living ideals in l950 p ith high moral consciousness tenacity of purpo vision a sense ot the mystery and challenge of lite an 'appreciation ot the beauty and significance of nature in the life oiman We face the tuture X Too often we feel the twentieth century offers no opportunity venture. Perhaps no knight charged with the emotional fire o seeking the "Holy Grail" had halt the challenge which faces youth today to reconcile conflicting ideologies to tree men l 'andwomen everywhere ot the portent of destruction. - Q., - ., x -J ,ff X if :Wi S Es M! T. 14 ,,f-- H. 029' 4- - .a- . ' ' ' Q-ity 3- R. "'Sv.'i:.. if " Q .5-'ZCAQV .f V ' N,--'zzz see A mfiftv ilggg MM MEM? wvffff Wa "" 'M ., 'V 'ffg-44 liill Ill!! Ill Ill Ill I AERIAL VIEW OF FLATHEAD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL TO THE CLASS OF 1950 As you grgdugte from l-ligh School you tgke With you our sincere best Wishes tor g successful lite. Throughout your school yegrs, you hgve been more or less guided gnd protected trorn the rougher side ot lite. Now gs you hgve to tgce lite with its vgried opportunities grid hgrdships, we hope your trgining will stgnd by you. l-lenry Ford hgs sgid, "lt there is gny secret to success, it lies in the gbility to get the other person's point ot View gnd see things trom his gngle gs well gs your own." Along with this, g willingness gnd the gbility to gssume responsibility is one ot the prereguisites ot success. Never tret becguse someone else hgs done better. lt you try to do the best you cgn, gnd gchieyc the sincere feeling thgt you gre doing the best you gre cgpgble ot, you hgve gttgined gs much success gs gny mgn cgn. Remember-nothing is worth doing unless it is Worth doing Well. lt you tollow this thought you will do better thgn most ot your tellows. Kenneth A. Rgwson Pq4 ,..us Z- Zffgftf f ICQ '44 lflfg GN f J: 11445 N ff ' 'ki f Wal!!! 'N W A XX 'lf F N r 1-4. 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YYY toietolabe persona tnterest in our problems, anf' H f ur aLgHtQ,f bolfb shes, o . , r t J ' . debatable auestron. Your trreieass egorts haveltbte giigd make Plat nl bead a better school. Your -etfo' eration LTRYITI-Age' have fried to 1 , do has meant muon to us. You not only sqjboori Senool aotrvrttes X , you take an aotrve part rn tnerrifrort n ve oeen an gngprranon tor the class ot 1950 to tottovx. Z 2 , Leit io right Kenneth Rawson, Conrad Gilbertson, Mrs. C O. Miller, Miss Lulu Barnard, Marshall Murray, Dr. Fred Sundelius, Matt Himsl, M. R. Wood, Elmer Beemcxn FLATHEAD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL BOARD ,K4, Y'-VH :gf 4 .i1'7K1fH. PN , 1. rf Hu- Lifll if . 11. mflz' .' 8' 141'Jf' ' 1. ':,'t:'11 lIl1T',' 1:1 1 H H111 I'Qw.I.'f "1k,lf- riavzitfieci 11, gp. Qfiwxi uf ::fer','1'r- Q. L4'11lJUi wit. - Ellljflffiii Iyg V- f :i:1111.1s1rf1I1nm .1:1 AH- fX5:1-ra " L'f'?1if'Jl lmlrfi, in g !Y41ff1l'IT, TM, 112' E,1r:nff:,.f,...- My I-lfzixulrf. Thx- Ewa-,gt tfflzhf in-r ?wf1'i CQrx:z",' H1521 Sfff100l Ei, zrii. These men 1IL'1 vzlfslblr 3 riff?-ii '.'fxThi1'1 ily, fxrvigs f1vf111c1Hf'1. wcgrvev qvw zmrch Mme fmfi If.D',lQIN 'O furthex iizf- . 1 , - , 1 Tc ffzfrilitizfe Qff-Qcuve f1,r'zC"ir11m1 the boar: T221 fmeress Flathead. . , , " 'lflldgfl mig 'z xurnber OI corumzve-es. These izr THIS 111151 YQUT HCS been 1Ar1'1Su11Nv dvliwrli- zrqdmm cgznrmrree, Cfmmd Gi1b9YfSOH, Mmm Hms ITV! one wrh HS Qxtemslve nuilfzxreff ?fYOfJrc1rr1. Urs. C. O. T-TLHQYI 1T"TI'lSYOfVYTiCIT Tommmoa, TAI? . LAI: f3f1"i'1r'1, Qomfxd Gilbsfiscm E1'I'1f?T Bif-r11':f TW- If if Sha- Mwzrfx ':rf- f'-1-4: Y'7f9i'ff:f1 ir. ,Q , I N 1 If D I' lil y TI1.f1w1:fH1':f f'ZfI!ffl1'TfffY, Mm. O. rfltlller, Mm? Lnl fr J' 1 f Hifi: ' 1. rw . 1. ' Q 111:-3 fp ' r' '11 - , - - E EN 25 M. U H '71 I 5 H ' lu 'H 1 b'1!11f1rfl, IA'1f:EY!'1H Mwrrfzfy I, Lllfnrlq f:CJrm'1'1.'1ef ' Y lf? V ffl. '1 J O I M IILSIHIH M.rrf:',',E1111f,fr Been ., f,0:1V1ClG1lbi3r15Q: 'N--, 'z cw,-zzxkffnf .r F1'iffr4'f1',i Lf' .rr Qi: Fr' 'i F .wif-1. Flfmhf-f1'i 11115, is flhfxjrffzf Page 8 OFFICE STAFF A. D. ABBOTT, B. A.. M. A, RUTH MACDONALD DELLA VE CARR. B. A., M. A. 1. H, CROWE, B. A., M. E. VERNON DAY, B. S, IRI-INE DUKLETH H Page 9 T rs ..-. , 5 I M gf v X .MIP-. "ff DAVID ANDERSON, B. A. RAY BAKER, B. S. EDWARD BECKSTRAND. B. A. ' 1. 'fzr' .:' '-. ':"z ':13 291: : . W FJ . , -.1 VIOLA BENNETT, B, A, C. WINSTON BQRGEN. B. S. IOHN CHEEK' B. A. H KENNETH CHRISTISON, B. S. - ' - AGNES FIELD, B. A. OTTO GILBERTSON, B. A. Page 10 xx mv-...,. wg Q X ILA GRACE I-IAGIE, B. A. I. H. HUGHES. B. S. FLORENCE IOHNSON, B. A. LONITA KURTZ, B. S. N U V . C. I. KUSLER, B. S., M. A. FLORENCE LAMBERT, B. A. OLIVE LEWIS, B. A. FRANK LITTLE, B. S. 1 , ' VIRGINIA LILLIE, A. B.. M. A. '- - Page 1 .JN , , Moog ,WW W zmz, Mu wi 1 g'E'I :Sb 3 521 4 1811 D900 15041 I fx -s .H QM RUSSELL MERRITT, B. A. ETHEL MILLER, B. S. TOM RICHARDSON, B. A. a AB ROBERT OLSON' B' S' ' . HENRY ROBINSON, B. S. DOROTHY ROGERS, B, A., M. A. Page I2 ANITA SAGEN, B, M. DOROTHY SCHOKNECHT, A,B., M. S. awww.. W.. I.-n. ,. ,nr ,....., 5 EDWARD SCHROETEH. B. S., L. L. B. HILDA SHANAHAN, B. S. ERTEL SHATWELL, B. A. EDWARD w, sounsa, B, M. M. M. L- F' WUT'G5RTN'3R' B- A' MARCIA RAE WELLS. B. A F. E. 1RIPJ WILSON. B. S. WALTER YLINEN, B. S. ,, r Q ""! 5 ,. .1 yur Q R 1 kv.-nf Page 13 s F J if 3 I GQ 5 mv.. 41:5 n CUSTODIANS AND BUS DRIVERS CHARLES GASSERT SAM HENDEE IOHN IOHNSON LYNN LULL BERT MELLICK TED ROSS E. GEORGE THOMAS Row 1: ED FOSTER, BEN BRUYER, NORMAN EORGEN, FRED ANDERSON. Row 2: OSCAR WENDT, R. D. CLARK, TOM YENNE, GLENN WALTERS, ALVA ULRICH. Page 15 wn...k sq, wr qwVmEZ2l7, f , f 'ffl 4 Nw XXX Fw 7 'K V XX A 'Ex Cxwabpf-.iii Z :B 'W if UM kW'f"' ff? X 'Q' 5532 Q ,399 I .2 K I .5591 J W 0 XRUMQYQ X f X A f ff Wievm f , Y' -2-5 ffl? 9-wr If N tigsi 'Q x f 5 N v ff' ' A .X if X I li' , "' S . 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A. l, 3 N F L l 2- S eech Trl l 3' Chrustmcxs Ccmtfxt . ..,, p p ,l .. . l, 4: Ball 4' Prorn 3: Home Room Ofttcer 1, 2, 3 Gtrls' State 3- Assemblzes 3- Youth Fmr l, 2, 4 Study Hull l-lelper 3: Apptnskwts 4. SIDNEY ARONSON "Sid" Baseball 3: Intramural Spmts l, 2: F Club 3, 4 lnterscholostlc Meet 3, 4: Student Counrtl l, 4 Key Club 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band I N. F. l.. 3, 4: Speech Trmp 2, 3, 47 Orchestra Q Nlustc Festlvdl l, 2, 3, 4: Home Room Officer l SCUIOI Play 4- Assemblzes l, 3, 3, 4. FLORENCE N. BARON "Lorrie" Annual 4: Spitntsh Club 4: Dc-butt' 3: A Cdyg--ill' Cholr 3: Senior Chotr 4: Must- Festtvixl 3, 4 Chr-stmas Cantata 3, 4: Operctto 4: Ball 4 Assembhes 3, 4: IOHN FRANCIS BECKWITH ulacku Reserves 2' Intramural Sports l, 3, 3- K--y Cl-.nh 3, 4: Ball 4: Home Rfvcrn Offl.-et l, 4- Buys' Stat' 3' Youth F111 l, 2, 4. HELEN LORRAINE BERNER up I H Annual 4- Arr:'.-J 3, 4- Y-'l'f- ns 3, 4 S-that-r Cl-.F 3- lfldrlcnettes l, C- Ydufli F11 Stuzly' H1-lger l, Q, 3 Montgomery Ward 6 Company Waggener 6 Campbell Funeral Home Page 19 X 1 6 GX by 1 'W' 'gy CAROLYN ANN BEST "Bunny" 13111111 4' Student 931111611 3, 4' Yf'14-F3115 J, 4' : wtf- Club 3' fclkge C1111: 4' T.f'11'.,z1Qt1e5 Q' 'I 1' I.. 3: F. T. A. 4' Sfcefh T231 1 Ornhpstrcx . ? 4' All-Stzrf fQ1'r1-?f'tr: 3' M 111' F-3s1.vw1 -1 ff11:1str111s CGM zt1 f F, 4' Oy-'1"'1 4' B211 " 11. 7' Afurf-17.1.1 -1 Y '1'11 1"1L1 , 4' .. . 4 MARILYN BIRD "Punkie" H ,V 113111 ST1'l'1 H4111 1, .13 .fs DELLA BLACK 4' YT,-1-111 rfvflexii -1 F 1'1ff1"h1 1711! 1 ' ,' ' flgfr11cr'11.' 1 311111: RUSSELL BLANCHET HRUISSH '11 T1111 S11:'x 117115113 'Z " 1 1 S'1Yvfv1 1I'.'.'1'J 1:1?11v1r1tf:13. IOYCE LOUISE BLISS ff 1111161195 1' A ff1:'f111 Chau' 4 1,111.1 Q F 111.2 14 V 3fffS,de:1t-3 '.f'1i: 'Z 115111175 fj'::1' 1'1 -1 fDg'f'1'ett1 4' H 'x" '- r : 4' 53.145111 Alas-911113111-:S -1 '11 I Y"n.t'. 1 111 ' flt11fi',' 111 11' .5 . 'w ,V CAROL JEAN BOBERG ' 1. 4 Sixth ' ' ' '. .1 Y71'-V 1, " Fog' 1 1J1C1r1t11if-11'-. . 1 11.1-16-tf11y v 1 A , :af-'1f2I:1" ' :': 1' Hull ' 1' '. " Hfvzu 11 ' ' 1 Hu 1-1511 1 1- ,"1:':1'1:11151:r1'1 ' Y 'IH 1 Off11'1- 3 l3I11f1',' H 111 1-1111111-1 -3 13.51111 KENNETH BONDURANT "Kenny" 1 1'-t'1hf11 1 1 HARRY BROWN "Sonny" Sykes-Erickson Page 20 Bros. 1sS111" 1 4 S1111 ,I ffm-1 V111 f1kw1 1 1 ' '1 'Lf DAROLD BRYAN Rad: Q 3 Sreeeh Tug 3: Youth Faxr l, f, 4 STZQYICG Club Q, 3- Annual 4- Pfzssina Parade- I Fllusx: Festival Q- Key Club 3, 4- Trask 2- lntrzr :mural 'Sports Q: Skl Club 4- A Cappella Char: Z, 3 lee Carnlval 4- Martonettes 3. ROBERT O. BULL "Bob" Basketball 3, 4- Baseball 4: Softball l, 2, 3, 4- Reserves Intramural Sports 3, 4: Home Room Offtrer l, C, 3- Youth Falr 4: Pro1eCtion.st 4. LUANNE M. BURCH Annual 4: Arrow 2, 3, 4: Student Counctl Q- Y-Teens 3, 4, secretary 3: SC1enCe Club 3: College Club 4- Marionette-s l, 2: Sk1 Club 3, 4: G. A. A. l, 2, 3: Play Day 2, 3: Ball 4: Prom 3: Home Room Otircer 3: Semor Play 4: Backstage 4: Assemblies Z, 3, 4- Youth I-'au' 1, 2, 4: Study Hall Helper 3, 4- Srnoke Siqnals 2: Applnolcwis 4. DUANE CALBICK Debate l, 2, 3, 4: Glrls' Chorus 2, 3: Se-n1or Chotr 4: N, F. L, 1, 2, 3, 4: Speech Trip 2: Ltbrary 4- Student Store 4, STEVEN I. CARLISLE "Steve" Track l, 2: Intramural Sports 3: Student COL1l'1'll 3: Key Club 3, presldent 4: Colleqe Club 4- Pey- Club 2' Ball 4: Class Offlcer 4: Home Room Oliver 2- Assemblles 4: Youth Fair 2, 4- Honorable Mentxon Westxnqhouse Srtonrn Talent Searf-h 4- Apftnokwxs 4. CHARLES CARTER "Chuck" COHCQIL Band 3, 4: Pep Band 4- Orfhestra 4 Muslc Festxval 3: Christmas Cantata 4: Ooerefta 4- Youth Farr 4: Columbla Falls l-hah School, Columbla Falls, Montana l, 2. ROBERT CARTWRIGHT nBobu Peg! Club 4- A Cappella Char 4: Operefta -1 Home Raotti Offiser 3: Youth Farr l, 2, 4. ICANN CHRISTENSEN NIO., Sf-rizblfrs E- fizrls Char-xr' f Sf-n1'r 53:1 lllklfil' l"esY1':':Q f- Ogezotta 4 l'-lame Rini. Cffx' 3' E1'Kf'!'1'gf 4- Cu-kg, 4 l,1hr':Iy 3 Sita' :.i S Winklers-Woodwcrds Page 21 W' Y in Q' Q. 0 it 4. 5 PHYLLIS CLARK Student Counfil 4: Gzrls Chorus 1: Semor Chotr 4: F. I-I. A. 3: Christmas Cantata lg Operetta 4: Home Room Officer 3, 4: All-School Play 3' Backstage 35 Assemblxes 2, 3, 4: Youth Fair 1: Co-Op 4: Student Stare 4: Library 4. CLIFFORD COLLINS Softball l, 2: Intramural Sports l, QL, 3, Annual 4' Key Club 3, 4, :secreyxry 4: Cornwt Tr1o 3, 4: Piftnrl Szltxst 3, 4 Q'::. f-rt Bard l, Q., 3, 4' fifg Fund 3 3 4- All frtatf- Bfzrtd 3' A il rg g f-lla Cho r 3, 4, greszdent 4 Boys' Cstet 3, 4: lflusf Festrval l, Li, 3, 4' Chnsttnrrzw tirntata 3, 4- Qgtfretta 4 Home Room Ottlvf-r 4 Bays' Sttrtf- Bfxvkstafgsi 3, 4 Assernbltes 4: Ymtth Farr l, 7, 4 A515-frnolcwxs 4 IRMA COOK F. H. A. 3: Wrnlcwk Hlflll School, Wrnlfwk, Wasl' xnqton l, 2. HAZEL IEAN CRI-IMER ..Iemmy,. N. F. I.. 2, 3, 4: F. I-I. A. 4' SpeeCh Tr1p,Z: Twlrlers l, fl: Youth I-"nr l: Co-op 4: Student Stare 4. ROBERT DEIST nBobu Intramural Sports l, 4: CO-op 4: Student Store 4. RALPH DELANGE Truck Z: Intramural Sports l, 2, 3: Peg: Club l, Q 3, 4: Cheerleader 3' Mdrtonettes 2 Home Rcarr. Offtfier 2: Assernbltes l, Z, 3: Youth Farr l, 2, 4. RICHARD DELANGE "Dick" Football l, 3, 4: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Baseball l, 2: Track 3, 4: Softball I, 2, 3: Reserves l, 2: F Club 3, 4, LETA DICKINSON Y'l'f-mls 3- Pep Club 7, 3, 4: M xrronottes l: Sk. Club 3: A firrfgfflllfr Chalr 2, 3' Allfstfxte Choir 'i- Ckrls' Chorus l' Triple T119 3, 4' Fresh-soph I1-xtf-t l, f. G, A, A ffl Play Day I lfluzst' Fc-stxval 3 Tu-Lzlexs 3' Ball 4 Pram 3: Horne Room Otfrcrc-r l, 3, 4 Assfrnblw-1: Yftuth I"x1r 3, 4 Study Hull llsely-f-r 4. Keim's Business Supply Page 22 DON A. DOYLE Hnad.. Plpfbxll ., 5, 4 Siitball I, . .ntz :mural Sgicrts ' I' F Club Q, 3, 4' S1'JCler1fC2urtf1l 4,pres:dent4' Peg Club 1 Teen 'l':'.-In Ciztzmzttee 3' F. F. A. l, f, 3, 4, g'res1dent 4 '.'.:e-preszdent 3' Ball 4' Prort. 3' Class Offtfer 3 Boys Stzte 3' Assernblles l 3, 4' Youth l"a.r l, 2, 4 PAYE MARLENE DUNHAM Student Ccunttl Z' Peg' Club l, Z' Ushers 2, 3, 4' Teen Town 3' A Cappella Cho1r 4: Girls' Chorus 1, 2- F. H. A, l, 2, 3- Mus: Festtval 1, 2' Chrzstrnas Citntata 3' Opzeretta 4' Horne Room Officer 1, Q' Assemblzes 2, 3: CO-Cp 4' Study Hall Helper 3: Student Store 4. LEONARD DYBING Sftence Club l, Z, 3' Youth Farr 4: Protecttomst 4' Apptnokwts 4. NORMA L. ECKELBERRY "Pinto" Annual 4: Y-Teens 4: Home Room Offxcer lr Youth Falr 4: Study Hill Helper 3: Student Store 4. BRUCE ELLARD Football l, 3, 4: Track 3: lrttersrholastzc Meet 4: Student Counctl Home Room Oftfer 2, 4: Assetnblles 3. IOHN ENGEBRETSON lnterswltolastzo Meet 3, 4' Anntxa. 4' Key Club 3, 4, sf-t'rct'r:y 3, treasurer 4' Student Counrrtl 2, 3, 4 FAWFIOIIFTTGS l, 2: Skt Club 4: Debate 4: Concert Band 1, 3, 4: Pep Bond l, 3, 4: N. F. l.. 3, 4, gtrestdent 4: Speech Txtgf 3, 4' Orebestra 2: Mustc Fest.val l, 2, 3, 4: Christmas Cantata 3' Operetta Prom 3: Home Room Officer Z: Senlor Play 4' Backstage 1, 3, 4: Assernblges 2, 3, 4: Youth Four l, 2, 4: Smoke Stqnals 3, 4' Rodto 3, 4: College Club 4. v LAN NIE ERICKSON Basketball l, lntrarnural Sports l, 2, 4' Arrow 4' Martcnettes l, 2' Ball 4' Pron. 3' Class Otttfer 2' Herne Roffx' Oitrer l 4' Y""n For l 3 4 -.. , o.. ee , . oat.. u. ,.., . BETTE A. FELSMAN A11 'fa E Stud'-r.t 25.11. l fl' If-2 Clgb l' QS A A 1,i. Prtzz. 3 Yigtz. Fl: ,f'Ofi1'L'itE Qtufiy Hall H-ilger Walt's Auto Repair Page 23 PATRICIA IEANNE FELSMAN ,,Pat,, fu Student Counil 3 APPIHOKWHS 3, 4- Y-Teens 3 xjollrqe Club 4- Sgvmish Club 2- Peg: Club 2, 3, 4 gzresldent 4: Cheerleader 4: Ushers 3, 4: A Cuppellcx Cho.: 4: G. A. A. l, 2- Mustc Festxvo 4- Chrtstmcs Cintutu 4: Operettcx 4: Prom 3 Class Ottlcer 3, 4- Gtrls' State 3: Youth Fixx' l, 2 Study Hull Helge: 4- Assemblxes Z, 3, DOROTHY LOU FENTON "Doity" Axtftw li, 4, .1 'w1.-xttfm :tlurmqf-r 4 Studvnt Cfuutxt 1l l 1, txt- 1:11141 -9 S'1fZ1"'. Clut . 'l'w:.'l'vr1.'t. . I-J l' l,. I,. l-l-',r:,t Rao: Oftt Pt I . 3 Asssmx. :JL-S 3 Yclttf, F111 l 4' ltb1'1:j.' ' f3t'x1'ly H'1l HJ:-1 l WILLIAM EDWARD FINE "Fuzzy" F'-1-th-'xll T, 4- l3'1skf-thnll fl, 3 4 Fffthfxll l Reserves l' lrttrfjmuvil Sports l- F Club 3, 4 preszdent 4' Student Counftl 4, -111--ofrt-pstds-ht 4 Key Cluh 4: Crm:-ert Band l, Y, 3, 4: M msn- Festt vfxl l, 2, 3, 4: Class Otfwer 2- Hmm- Hmmm Otttf- l, If fl: Hfwys Stfxt' 3: Youth Fitz l " FRANK FOOT T"1'-k 3' lhtrzrtiurfll Sports l, Q, 3 Amxufxl 4- , : Kev Club 3, 4: A Cappella Chou 4- F. F. A. l, 2, 3,4 l Chzastmus Czmtctu 4: Operettc 4 Assemhhes , 3: Youth I-'cur l, 2, 4: DOROTHY FRANZ It! IIDOV. Au'-'xfxl 4: A111-.w 3, 4, YTtf'1z..: 1 lf 11 4 tt B-1 l, 3, 3, 4 Peg Band 2, 3, 4' O! 'hfstz 1 3, 4- Mus li it 'Jul l, C 3 4 Hfmv- Room. Ott: Y 4 KENNETH FRASER lrxxersf-lmolfxsttv Meet 3, 45 Amtucxl 4- Studeu Cnum-xl 4: Key Club 3, 4: Debate 4: Conf-ert Bu n 2: N. F, l.. 3, 4: Speech Tnp 2, 3, 4- Musu' Festavrz Tl- Ogveretti 4' Ball 4: Prom 3- Home Hamm Offir-cr 4- Semor Plfxy 4: Bflckstcxqe 4: Assembhes 3, 4 Youth Fmr 2, 4: Smoke S1qrmls 3, 4: Rudlo 3, 4 Skt Club 3, 4' Colleqe Club 4: Ag 3 mekwlst 4. ROGER FREDENBURG ,IROQH Attmlrxl 4, Peg Qluh 3, 4: A Clgfgfvllz Choir 4 O: f-ffxllfl 4' H'-:I f R'1f'r1tOfi1"erI- AFSfW!Tll7llf'S 3. BEVERLY GEDDES ,.Bev,. Armufxl 4- Arrew 3, 4- Srudfrit COL1I:'ll 3, 4 sr-'-retqry 4- Y-Teens 3, 4: Pe: Club fl, 3, 4 ?!l'1t1w1'1:-tt:-fr l, 2' Ski Club C, 3, 4 G A, A l fl F. l. 7, 3, se'-retfzry 3' Sgee'-E. TTI? 3- Bd! 4 P771 3 Hvttf Rfftm Offifez f, 3 Ff-mm Plfly 4 Allifhfzel Play 3- Assemhlxes Q., 3- Youth Pm 1, 4 Study H':ll Helper F Pr kr 3 f1r.f:ifs 3 QW " '1:.': ff -4 Greiq's Lakeside Dairy Page 24 CHARLES GESTRING "Charlie" Softball Z, 3: Intramural Syorts 2: Annual 4 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4: Appinokwis 3, 4. president 4: Key Club 3, 4: Pep Club 4: F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4, treasurer 2, 3, National Convention 3: Class Officer 2: Boys' State 3: Assemblies 1, 3, 4 Youth Fair l, 2, 4, PATRICIA GILDER HPGY, Scribblers 2: G. A. A. 1, 2: N. F. L. 2: Youth Fair l, 2: Office 2, 3: VIOLA V. GLAZIER nvin Y-Teens 3, 4: Senior Choir 4: Cv. A. A. 3, 4: Play Day 3: Christmas Cantata 4: Operetta 4: Prom 3: Home Room Officer 3: Passing Parade 1: Youth Fair l, Z, 4: Study Hall Helper 3: Student Store 4. MARY ELLEN GOHN "WINNIE" Annual 4: Arrow 3: Y-Teens 3: Spanish Club 3: A Cappella Choir 3, 4: Music Festival 3, 4: Chrstmas Cantata 3, 4: Oueretta 4: Home Room Officer 3: Ball 4: Prom 3: Cleveland Hiqh School, Seattle, Washington 1, 2: DONNA IEAN GRAINGER Y-Teens 4: Study Hall Monitor 4: Glasgow Hiqh School, Glasgow, Montana 1, 2, 3. DONNA GUY Co-op 4: Student Store 4. FRED HAGEL nf-ritz.. Track l, 2: Softball l, Z: Intramural Sports l, 2' Youth Fair 1: Ca-op 4: Student Store 4. DONNA HAINES Science Club 2, 3: G. A. A. l, Play Day l, 2' F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, president 3, Secretary 2: Harmf- Hooiiz Off:cer l, 4- Assemblies 3: Passinq Paiad-' 1: Youth Fair l, 2' Study Hall Helper 3, 4. Men's Shop--Montgomery Blacksmith Shop Page 25 EVA HALLAM Annual 47 Arrow 3, 4, head copyreacler 3, feature edltor 4, assocxatc editor 47 Y-Teens 47 Scrlbblels, secretary 47 F, T. A., secretary 47 Senior Play 47 Assemblles 47 Office 37 Applnokwls 47 Quill and Stroll 47 Dodson Hlah Sehool, Dodson, Montana l' Blllll'1QS Senxor Hlqh Srhool, Blllmnqs, Montana Z. BETTY LEE HAMILTON SHYIEEILTS Qantflta 3' 'Study Hall Helpet 4: feffer- HAZEL HARTMAN Sfwonvo Club 7, 37 Pep tllull 3, 47 Ushers Q, 3, 4, presldent 47 Town Tuwn Clmzurxlzttee 3, 47 Ball 4: Flon. 37 lnlmnl- Hrmllx Qtlllvlx l, 47 Asseilnblzwfs 'S Youll Fmr l, 4, lmhruxy .i, 5, Study Hall Helper l, 3, 4 RACHEL LOUISE HARTSOCK Axzlux. 4 llxom 3, Otlxa- Student Sure A IAMES F ULLERTON HARTSON nli-rn., Track 27 F Club 3, 47 Skt Club 1, 2, 3, 4, presldent 47 Teen Town Comnuttee 4, vlce-presldent 47 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 47 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 47 Dance Band 3, 47 Allstate Band 37 Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, preslclent 3, 47 Muslc Festival l, 2, 3, 47 Chrlstmcxs Cantata l, 2, 3, 47 Operetta 47 Home Room Ofllcer 47 Boys' State 37 Assemblles 2, 37 Youth Fan' l, 2' Pissmq Parade l. DALE HARVEY "Mickey" Annual 47 A Cagfyclfx illzor l, Q, 3, 4' Boys Octet 4- Musw' Festlvwl l, 3, 4- Christmas: Cantata l, 2, 3, 4: Operetti 47 Ball 4- Home Rccru Cffgrer 4- All-srluool Play 3- Assemblzes l, 2, 3 4- P'1SSlIl'I Parzde l7 Youth Fir l, 4. HELEN RUTH HAYTON "Elena" lY1lF'TSf'llOl'ISl1iY Mr-et 3, 47 Annual 47 Arrow 3, 4, l:us1uess ulanfxqer 47 Clullefge Club 47 Sgffxnlsll Club 3, 4: Sl'I'lbl'7l6-'IS 37 lflarmnettfes l' A Cflg pella Chou 2, 3, 47 G. A. A. 17 Play Day 1, Il, F, l.. 2, 3, 47 Speevh Tug, 2, 47 Muslc Festlvtl 3, 47 Chxlstmas Cfxntfxtrx 3, 47 Operetta 4' Ball 47 Prom 37 Home Room Off1'QI l7 Assemblies 3, 4: Youth Fair 1, 47 Srncke Slqrtais 3' Ag 3 lY1OlK'-fllfi 4' Qlllll and 3 'zull 4. IOYCE HEGGEN A::'.'.-7' 3' S'1f,nf'fXtll11h ff, '17 Tw n Tm-in 4' G A A. l, f, 3' Play llfly l, ff, '17 F li. A., sf-'rft':r',' f Pzzrz, Qi Home Room fgftzwr fi- Asseznlzlgf-fs " Yiutl Ffm 27 Cfaffg 4' Ftudy H':IQ H513 fi Ftudl Stor ' Page 2 Pay 'n Ry xchange LA DONNA HIEB "Donna" An'tuc1l4- Azrww 4: A5 gtinolcwis 3, 4: S.-rtbblers l, 3, sales :nfxnaaer 3- Ushers l, 3, 4, secretary- trefrsurer 3, 4- A Cappella Choir 3: Girls' Chorus l, 3 Semor Choir 4- Music Fe-st.val l, 2, 3' Chrtst- :nas Cantata 3: Op-eretta 4: Prezrt 3: Assemblies 3- Youth Fair l, 4: Study Hall Helper 4- College Club 4. LEE LAVERNE HILL Tr-ral: 4- Ski Club 3, 4: Conte-rt Band 2, 4: A Cappella Choir 3, 4- Boys' Oatet 4- Music Festival 3, 4: Christmas Cantata 3, 4 Ogreretta 4- Assernblzes T, 3, 4: Youth Fa.r 4- Coby: 4- Student Store 4. ED HORSTMAN Football l, Basketball l, T Reserves l, 2 Track 1, 2. PBULINE ANNE HOVEY "Pene" Spanish Club 3: A Cappella Chair 3, 4- Girls' Chorus 2: F H, A. 2, 3, 4, historian 4: Music Festival 2, 3, 4: Christmas Cantata 3, 4: Operetta 4: Assembltes 3, 4: Passinq Parade l: Study Hall Helper 4. WILLIAM M. I-IUGGINS "Bill" Home Room Ottmar 4: Youth Fair 4: Biqiork Hzqh School, Brqtark Montana l, 3. EILEEN IACOBSON Serzbblers l, 2: Youth Fair l. SHIRLEY IAMES A Cappella Choir 3 Gzrls' Chorus l, Q Senicr Choir 4: F. H. A. l, 2, 3, 4: Musii Festival l, 2, 3. 4- Christmas Cantata Z, 3: Operetta 4: Tv-rirlers l, Q- Assemblies 2, 3, 4- Youth Far l, 2- C:-op 4- Student Store 4. ROBERT I. IASKEN HBob,, Annual 4- Student Czunf-tl 4- Key Club 3, 4- Colleqe Club 4: S-g,irn.sh Club 4- Pep Club 4- Tl. F. l.. 3, 4- Sgfeesh Trip 3, 4: Bali 4: Horne Roon- OIITQI 3: Senior Play 4: Barkstaqe 3, 4- Youth Farr, student ehairrnan 4- Smoke Sianals 3- Radio 3, 4, ASSVIIAIUIIFS 3, 4. Easier Park Studio Page 27 W' BETTY IOHNSON Az: ' 1 ffzitzi- i 1 'I I' 3 P. , .. , A : , .., F 1 . P MYRON IOHNSON "Swede" RUDOLPH H. KAEDING "Rudy" NANCY KAUS 1 .V , A 4 T, , , Aiullfl-fi 'A ,riff Al ii RONALD KIRKPATRICK DUANE KITTELSON "Kit" STANLEY KOHL "Lightning" MARION G. KROKUM Hole., , , 1 LL. 4 ., 1 Gambles Sto Page 28 ANGELINE KUNDA KRUCKENBERG .,Anqie.. Girls' Chorus l: Choir 2, 3: G. A. A. l, 2, 3: Play Day l, 2: F. H. A. 1, 2: Music Festival l, 2: Christmas Cantata l, 2: Youth Fair l, 2. BLANCHE LARSON Annual 4: Student Councxl 1, 2: Pep Club 4: Ouiver 2, 3, assistant editor 2, editor 3: Ski Club 4: N. F. I.. 2: F. H. A. 2: Prom 3: Class Officer 3: Home Room Officer 2, 3: Youth Fair 2, 4: Library 4: Office 3. LAURA ELAINE LAVALLEY Student Council 4: Y-Teen, vicefpresident 3: Cheerleader 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4, secretary 4: G. A. A. 3: Ball 4: Prom 3: Home Room Officer 3: Assemblies 3: Co-op 4: Study Hall Helper 3: Smoke Signals 4: Ioplin High School, Ioplin, Montana 1. ARLETA LEACH Annual 4, business manager 4: Student Council 3: Scribblers 2: Girls' Chorus 2: N. F. L. 2, 3, vice-president 3: Speech Trip 2: Music Festival 2: Ball 4: Home Room Officer 2: Student Store 4: Appinokwis 4. FRED LEHMAN Football 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Reserves Z: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 4: F Club 3, 4: Interscholastic Meet 3, 4: Student Council 4. ALVENA M. LEUBNER "Mickey" Y-Teens 3, 4: Girls' Chorus 4: Co-op 4: Study Hall Helper 2, 3. STARLING LEE LINDSEY Reserve Football 2: lntrarnural Basketball l, 2: Pep Club 3: Home Room Officer 3. ANDRE LIPPENS ,.Lip., Annual 4: Marionettes 1, 2' Debate 3: A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3, 4: Music Festxval 2, 3, 4: Christmas Cantata 2: Operetta 4: Prom 3: Backstage l, 2' Assemblies l, 2, 3, 4: Youth Fair 2, 4: Co-op 4- Student Store 4. Stoops Garage, Chrysler-Plymouth Page 29 MARILYN MCCONNELL "Mar1ie" :'x:.11v1zl 4 A111.'f: J, -1, 1 1 -1 SING'-Ill ' 1.11'1l f 11 YTP-ff.: 3, '11 1151? Mes! 4- Lifwilf-my Club 4- Sk1 F11 4 A C1ffCHCI .1111,11 .f, 3, 4, T113 .Q T110 -3 yi, ij 'te-1, cfcrnf ,w111::st 4: M11:21f' FQSUVUF 1, fx, 7, 4' C1111SY111':5 f,f111Tf1t'1 3, 4: Qfwlrettd 4 11 1: 3' BCH 4: P1f1111 'S' Homo Room Off1"f1 3 ii-211141 P1111 4' Arzs.-111rv11v-51 3 Youth F1112 ., -1 S' .dy Hdlf Helygm -1 1512111111111 Huh E,zH::.::, Lizgrxzcxnc 1, GHACE I. MCDONALD ,,MaC,. .:,l Tl I ' . ' 1 111, -1 1 ' A1111-111l,1v1' ' Y '1 ,"'.fi--1.t P ' N111 V11 1 IOYCE MCKELLER "Poochie" 1 .-V1.1 -1 A-1 - 15 g eh: .1 1 , 1, ,' P4 H, A 13,4 'Y' I' 'i- "T 'zfvzfif 4 f1'x:f,1 F'1::t1vf1l f, 4' f1',,11',. if ' 11121 Y, 4 V53-H11-V111 -1' ASSe9II1b1lv?S 7, 'J' Y'1v1'?1 17111 4 BEVERLEE MCNAMARA ..Bev.. 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Shop Page 30 LAUREL MARIANNA MERRITT lnterscholastrc Meet 3, 4: Annual 4, Arrow 3, 4, news editor 3, editor-in-chief 4, Smoke Signals editor 4: Student Council 4: Appinokwis 3, 4, secvet'1ry 4: Ou'll Ind Scroll 3, 4' Colleqe Club 4: Sp1n1sh Club 2, 3, 4, treasurer 2, vice-president 3' Scrrbblers l, P' Teen Town Committee 4' A Cappella Choir, 'rccomparust 3, 4' Girls' Chorus 1' N. F. l.. 2, 3, 4: Speech Trip 2: Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4 Music Festival 1, Z, 3, 4: Christmas Cantata l 2, 3, 4: Operetta, accompanist 4: Home Room Officer Z, 3: Senior Play 4: Backstage 4: Assemblies 2, 3, 4: Youth Farr l, 2, 4: Smoke Signals 2, 4: lournalism Meet 3, 4. NETTIE MILLER Y-Teens 3, 4: Concert Band 3, 4: Pep Band 3, 4: G. A. A, 3: Music Festival 3: Youth Fair 4: Ca-op 4: Office 3. CHARLES MILLSPAUGH "Chas" Track l, 2, 3, 4: F Club 3, 4: lnterscholastrc Meet 3, 4' Co-op 4: Student Store 4: Smoke Siqnals l. BONNIE MINTHORN Annual 4: Arrow 3, 4: Science Club 2: Spanish Club 3, 4, president 4: A Cappella Choir 3, 4' Girls' Chorus 1, 2: Frosh-soph Sextet, accompanist 3: Music Festival l, 2, 3, 4: Christmas Cantata 4: Operetta 4: Horne Room Oifrcer 4: Assemblies 3: Youth Farr l, 4. LOIS MARIE MITTON mropsyn Girls' Chorus l, 2: Senior Choir 4: F. H. A. 3: All-state Orchestra 3: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Music Festival 3: Backstaae 3: Passing Parade l: Youth Farr 2. ROBERT MOORE "Bob" Track l, 2, 3, 4: F Club 3, 4: lritezsholastic Meet 3, 4: Annual 4: Student Council l, 4: Apprrr- okwrs 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4, vzce-president 4' Orchestra 2, 3: Ball 4: Prom 3: Backstage l, 2, 3: Assemblies 3: Youth Fair l, 2, 4. ROLENE MORGENSTERN "Reno" Annual 4: Science Club 3: Anflror Hiqh School, Anchorage, Alaska l, WAYNE GERALD MUMMERT Basebwll 4: Truck l. fl Ball 4: Yduih Fur 2, Kalispell Bowling Alley Page 31 r ' fb 71 11" 1 MARSHALL MURRAY "Marsh" P'1:1thf11l L, 11, fi, 4 B:1skfe11.,11. 1, 1. 'If I 1: 1, 11, Rwfswvflrw T, 1' CHE 3, 4, .ff'11-Y11y11f13'.11E1 Intwxsf-hmlwstlh Mccf 3' A11:111'1l 4' Arruw 3, Sf!1d4'Ylf CQf1u11v'1l 1, f, 3, 4, 11-'S f:'11t 4 A1 pltwkv 3 4' Kr y F5111 7 4 H131 f, fi-'rut 7 T H112 TH' f111.::1i111f F, 4 f. ff f. ? -1 551,-1 F1 T115 Qi, H-111 -3 H'111.1 H' " 'JH 1: I H 11111, .-'1 :.-1-1.11: '1' .': fk:.1 ' kr 171 '.:I:' 1 GARY NAETHE "Mick" F Y: ' '.71: 1 H fs' 11 f r V 11- A L' 11 I . 5 . i 111. 11.1111 1-I 1Ill1l11.: WEJLI, -511 Z :1.t::1::' '::.t1f'1 1 W: I1 . IZ. 11 fi A:-:sy :: '1' 1 E' :1 -1 'vN'1.. 1 IEAN NAUMANN Vw 1 ' 11 :11' R"'fY1llfIl'1I ':' 1.13, F: 1-'AY NEAS ' -3 'Y"Y"f1.. V1 A 1g5'..1 ' If H A -1 M1111 T L' " ' '1'4" 1 -1' 'lpvvt' 4 -1 Simi' ' wmv 1' DONNA RAE NORVELL A1111:1 ' 4 A11c1'.f.' f Sf'1Q11" flux: IWH11- C. 1 f.' '--M' ss 1 .N A C1111 1 ' 'Z A I E I f :x 3 : 1 Yw 1 1 1 A MARY LOU OTALLON Y' T- V :,fQ 'Z P'-fy Q.'.lD I, f', T -1 Q4'v1fi- :.' f.'111'.'11 Wulf: f'E."1'1:1 W f F. H. A 1, .' M .f1' Ff1St"J 1 'I 54111115 f'fi1r1Tr11t11 1 " Tw.1f -1- 1, 7, 1111.1 1 11'1111 'S H ::.e- Rc :: 11111 1-1 I ' Alas, twhw' . Y w1t?. F111 E, I' 1 f'1v1f1'."i1.H1 Lf' GERALD E. OLSON "Gerry" 1'fwt1.:.. 'v Hwsfc. C131 1, 7 T11 I-1 2 Eqfwb ' ?Sw1r11f1.1 fi, 1..1r'1::1u1'1. ilgwfllc, . 1 A111111 Q V 1. H 1' Rfnvi 1 ff Y, 4 fn-1 Hfzrfi l Q' ri f 1:1111 Ii md 3 O1 1:11:11 1 1 Mus. IU-fa' - 2 H111-Q EX:f1::. '- 1'- H 1 fff 1.,:.'2 1.11 .Y '11 BETTY PATTERSON Mxller Ford Company Page 32 CLYDE A. PEDERSON Student Council 4: Key Club 4: F. F, A. l, 3, 4, vice-president 4: Assemblies l, 3: Youth Fair l 4: F. F, A. State Farmer 3, 4: F. F. A. National Convention 3: Appinokwis 4. EUGENE PETERSON nGeneu Basketball l, 2, 3: Track l, Z, 3, 4: Reserves 2: Intramural Sports 4: F Club 3, 4: lnterschol- astic Meet 2, 3, 4: Appinokwis 4: Annual 4: Student Council 4: Key Club 3, 4, president 4: Concert Band 3, 4: Pep Band 3, 4: Orchestra 4: Music Festival 3, 4: Christmas Cantata 3: Home Room Officer 3: Assemblies 3, 4: Youth Fair 3, 4. CHARLES PHILLIPS "Charlie" Football l, 2, 3, 4: Basketball I, 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3: Reserves I, 2: F Club 3, 4: Student Council vice-president 4: Home Room Officer 3 4: Assem- blies 3. NANCY D. PIERSON "Pierie" Annual 4: Arrow 3, 4: Colleqe Club 4: Scribblers l, 2: Marionettes l, 2, secretary 2: Debate 2: A Cappella Choir 3, 4: Girls' Chorus l, 2: N. F, L. 2, 3: Speech Trip 2, 3: Music Festival l, 2, 3, 4: Christmas Cantata l, 2, 3, 4: Operetta 4: Ball 4: Prom 3: Home Room Officer 3, 4: Senior Play 4: Assemblies 2, 3, 4: Passing Parade lg Youth Fair l, 2, 4: Library 4: Smoke Signals 3. DELORES PILON HDD., Co-op 4: Student Store 4. MARTIN RADABAH nshortyu F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Assemblies l: Youth Fair l, 2, 4. PATRICIA REDFIELD "Pat" Annual 4: Student Council, secretary 4: Aypin- okwis 3, 4: Science Club 2: Pep Club 4: Scribblers 2, 3: G. A. A. 2: Play Day 2: F. H. A. l, 2, 3, 4, president 3, secretary 4: F. T. A., president 4: Ball 4: Prom 3: Home Room Officer 4: Girls' State 3: Assemblies 2, 3: Youth Fair l, 2, 4: Office 3: College Club 4: Study Hall Helper 2, 3. FRANCES MAY REDMAN HF: 1 ieu Concert Band l, 2- Pegg Band l: G. A. A. l' F. H. A. l, 2, 3: Music Festzval l, 2: Home Room Off wi-r l Assemblies 1, 7: Youth Fair l, 4: CC-25 4 Study Hall Helper 3: Student Ston- 4. Blue 6 White Auto Court Page 33 BILL REDMOND Football 3, 4: Basketball lf' Baseball 2, 3, 4: Softball 2, 3: Reserves Intramural Sports l, 3, 4: F Club 2, 3, 4: Arrow 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Skt Club 2, 3, 4: Teen Town Comrruttee 3: Concert Band l, 2: Pep Band l, 2: Musto Festival 2: Ball 45 Prom 3: Home Room Officer Z, 3: Backstage 2: Assemblies 3: Passing Parade ly Youth Farr 3, GARY REESE uxlngn F '-tbfrll IT, 3, -1 R151-1: 1 ll' .4 s .. F f'iul i, 4: lritvrfvlrolcrstt lflwt 1 4 A:1:1'irrl 4 Arrow I, 4, sports wdrtor 3, rw-vxf fait tr 4, vdztorrrn vlrmt 4, Student Cfwttrrril .' Agp1:.fwl-w.',1s J 4 Qu,li and S'roll 3, 4' Key Club 3 'rrxis:. Lflub f': A Cfrpipella Clrorr 2, 4: B1:yf:'O tet .l, 3, 4 F. T. A. 4 Musto Festival 3 4 kffirlstrrirs Qf'rrrtrrttr 7. 3, 4: Operetta 4' Bai. 4 l'l:3rr1+j Rodrr. Ollz-:er fl' Boys' State 3: Assemblies f', 3, 4: Teen Town Committee 3, 4: Mtssotzla Cpurtty Hal: Ssliool, Missoula, Montana l. CHARLES REMICK "Chuck" basketball 1: Sottbwli l, 3 lrrtr rrzruz il Si arts QI' P-'Hg Club 3, 4: Horne Room Uttr v-r 4 Swrirfwr Play 4: Cofort 3: Student Store 4. MARGARET E. RICE ,,Mugqs,, Arrow 3, 4, qirls' sports editor 4: Senior Chou: 47 G. A. A. 1, 2: Ball 47 Home Room Officer 2: Youth Fair 1, 2, 4: Co-op 47 Student Store 4. MARY IACQUELINE RICE "Rickie" Srtrrrivrr Club 7: Homw Rofrrr: Utirf-wr .V Youtlt Fair l, 7 Co up 4: Study H rlf llffgrf-r 3 E1'uCl 'rtt Storft 4, VIRGINIA RICHMOND "Ginny" Home Room Officer l Y uri. Fx.: librwry 3. DUANE ROBERTS F, F. A. 3 Studi-r1t:1Stwrf' . l:.tt 1:1111 I Sport.: l RONALD ROGERS "Red" Football, varsity manager f, 3, 4' Rfrsl-tetbfxll, mxnaqer l, 2, 3, 4: Track, :Lanaqer 2, 3, 4- F Club 2, 3, 4, vice-president 4: Arrow 3, 4, sports editor 4q Student Counfil 3, 4- Key Club, vine' president 4: A Cappella Clio.r, vrcefrtresiderit 4: Musif' Festival 47 Christrrzas Cfrritrtfr 4: Oiorffttfr 4, Ball 4: Hottie Room Ottivf-r 3, 4: Boys' Statf 3: Assemblies 4: Youth Fair 4- Smfukft Szfyrrfrls 4: Cfullcfgw Club 4. Conrad National Bank Page 34 . '.'1f'Q-:if-2:,1d?:it , ,1,1-. .. JM.: LA DONNA ROGNLIE .,Ging-ie,, .5111:.'.1'11gfiifgfzliff 1 .. 1, -1' AHS' gbf: 1, f 3, -1' QQLQQ :rid Skill E, ' L f- A Qzygfli CEN: 4 5.115 :iff 1 '.f1s1 Fr-stvil 1 f, 4 C:?11'1FfZT.f1S Qt Ayr-rc-:f'1 4- E111 4' Frizz. 3- H1119 R221 ASSA'IX,If1f? A 5 Y"1t"1 P11111 .X -Z 1 1 'I-"1 2, 4 BARBARA ROLL .5-.r:rg1111 4- YfTGGr1s 2 -1 C911f-gf Qixxb 4- -2 Br111 -1- PTTZYI 2 Hizmf Rfmstz. Off' E1-1c1:t'114 4 Yfwtix F111 -1 1,1111IIQ' E -2 KEITH RUNDQUIST "Sonny" 'f1'1t111Ff1'1 1 111111111 1 91111: ' HORACE SANDERS 11'11rf1111u1r11 Sports 1: F. F. A. 3, 4, sci 1 J 4 ASsm11b11QS 1, Yc11111 1-'I11 1, 2, 4. ROY SATHER H H Scxm 1t1t1c111111ro1 Syons 3, 4- Rosorvw Baskfftb 11011112 131110111 Offrfr Q, 3, 4- F1c1:'1cfst1zc1 Q 1 ASSF11111'Jl1f':s 3. IOHN SCHUTT Q F. A. 1, 2, 3, 11 s1,111vff111 1, gi, 11- 1' 2:0115 1, 131111 4' Ai15sf:111111f':1 1, I., f - Y 111 1111 1, 11. PHYLLIS SEEK 1.1.23 L11'1111S1,. T, 151, A 1 1,11.A 1 1 A rl 1 1 111 111 -1 . 115201111 'PS ., 1 -- Jr Q' f11,f F3111c11w1:1 STU!-' -1 SHARIE DIAN NE SEEKINS .-'1.:.:.':'11, ' 'dit 111, '. ff -4 A11 1"-1 '1::::'w 1 TI t ' 11 .5111 1:- 1 Q11 11 '1r1f1 S 'Y , 7 1' "ff'1"' f-:1r T Agg 71211:-:gr 4 13135. Qui I 1 . ' , ' Sitibblrs 1, Q '1. "'1.'1"f1'1AS " "" Wi1f'.lS .4 I vu, -. .1 r. T. A. Sgsetk .... ., Crmmsfrf .,--,pf-wi,v1....'-,. 1 f ...T-,.':s.,e..1 . .....:.. 1-S,1v'1. 1, ., : 15 Cihtztz 7 ' 1,521-erm 4 ?:::'. 11: 4' E'1"1cS':':- .': firm' 11. 4 VXI" f '1::.: Hummer's Page 35 in GLENMAR SIEVERS ki. A. A Prom 3: FERN C. SKIFTUN "Skippy" 923 Club 1, LT' Ushers 3, 4 A115111-' 531.1 317112 Chfzzxxs 1 7, :Lf-::1df-:Lt f Try- 'fx - f.f'.Ls.' FPSIUJI1 1, f 5.1155 Qif. --I 1 HC1:.f- R' 1: Offlifr 1 Q- Pczssmg Pwrfxdf- T Y':-1111 711: 1, Q 5 F':f1','H1'H'1:-'11 f'.i:'f 1 MARION SMITH "Smitty" iE:Sebc11 1, F, 3' 1mrcm111s1 53 1 Y'-V11 .- Haztie Room 0111:-ex 3. DARLENE STAHLBERG Y'-1x'1t P' :1: f" Cffufvg '1' 111'r'1:y 11 I 4 A,,g1nr,1:'r.'1fa 4. IOHN C. STOCKWELL "Sticks" Bdsketbili, Iumox Varsuy 3, Trfwk 1 Iutrfzmvun Sggoxts 1, 25 Skm Club 3, 47 Convert Band 1, fi, 3, 4 Peg? Ecmd 1, 2, 3, 47 Musu' Fesuvul 1 ,, 1, 4 C"-1:3 4' STudunt Stmf- 4, MELBA STORIE Arirxxgcxl 4' Y-Teer1ss4p G. A. A. 1, 1 P, H A. ' . 4A Plug Twxrlers 3' Prom 3' ASsL::1h11ff:: I Ymltft 1'-CIT 1, 4. REVA LOUISE STRATTON "Rover" Ffr nzlwrs I. Yuutlr 1"1r 1, 1 1 .'t'1t1-r Shwrr- 4. FLORINE SUNDELIUS Ag g1:1G1c'1.'15 4' 1:11MS"2x"1 Lv! Dfw-I 3 A71 z fi Frtixkf- g1'jI.'I1S HC'11I'Nr 4 Ovxjf rrri 11-1 E'1L1'1,"F C1115 Z: C115 Clxwrxls 1' fl P, 1. 'i' sg Tilt f', .fHI.5i::.:S 'f'.:rz1'1Z'1 1 AsSf1:.b.f-L 'r'3u1r. Fei: 1, C903 4- Study H111 Help-: 5 Strike S1f'Q!.f11S 3, 4- Ar:.rr1"'::i ff-fqlori Ori" "Qwest seffmd gif: ':. l. C. Penney Company Page 36 IAMES N. SUTTON "Ross" fx. Cfltm ASU- 1 DAISY MAE THOMAS 1::t0rsrh51'1St1' 5.1921 3- A1111-.1:. A -+.:r'-.-.' 3, Sy czmsh C1111-2 frssxdszti 4- 1.11: '-:1ft"S xr---Std'-' ' Q- Debite 2, 3, 4- CCH.-at Birid 4 .51 Czggril. Chou 3, 4- Gxls' Chorus 1, f T-J. F. Q. f 3, Speech Trip Q, 3, 4- M-.1516 FQSTJJZ1 Q 3 Chrlstzzicts Cantata Q, 3 4- Cyst-Pitt 4- SQI1 Play 4' Asserxblzes 3, 4- Pisslrig Pztzdf 1- Y:-:" Fiir 1, 2, 4- l.l1.'DfCfV 4- F. T. A, 4, EUGENE FRANKLIN THOMPSON "Gene" Sft1f1EfI11QiOl1I'n'11 1- Cmtt-vxt Btmd 1 4 Pt-gtliwxzr-1 4 Must" Ffhstvfil f, 3, 4, Htt:1.1 R ::. Oftzw-1 Youth Fmr 1, 4- QQ:-og, 4- Sturt' :xt Surf- 4. HELEN THOMPSON "Totie" Student COUHCX1 1, Sftencc Club 3- Peg-f Club 2- G. A. A. 1, 2: P1r1y Day 1- Pmm 3 Hornet Rcorzi OfflCG11 2, 3: ASsemb11es Youth F111 1, 2, Co- 4- Study H311 HG1PE1' Student Starr 4. K. PHYLLIS TREWEEK "Phyl" U? A:1r1uu1 4' Arran-.' 3, 4- Stud-1:1 1' -zz, ,' Agg i1c'N1S 4, w'..'e2-55412 dc'-:xt 4: YT--:.:1 3, 4 Pr-- C1ub 3, 4- STIITDOPEYS 15 Mm: up tif-.1 1 film Club Ushms 3, 4, vtfelpresldmtt 4- T: -'-- 1. Try.-Jtt 3, sf-cretfiry 4- E311 43 Prom 3 Qfzfs Oftt fi-r Home Room Offxfar 2, 4: Bfxgl-451213-1 4- Youth FJ. 2, 4, Queen CGHOZOUYG 2- LLTJYTTY f 3- Qujl :md SCIO11 4. JOHN E. VAN 1ntrcm1ur'11 Spotts 1, T- C-nut-tt 111.51 I, l', Il, P613 Bfznd 1, 2, 3, 4' A11-stain Rfirm 7- A Cixi-514-.. Chou 4: Mus? F6-S11V'I1 l, ., 'Z 4 4l1x11strx.'-' Ccmtctv 3, 4- Ogeretto 4- H-tm' Rwzu Offl -"' " ff- Youth You 1, f. Cf:-of 4- St-:ti :.t Ft tx- 4. MARY ELLEN VEVERKA "Menom" Qin'-:It Bind 4- Qzrpg 1 Q: 1- -:-0:1 Hxqh 535921, P- --'- "V Q-zl.-.t ARTHUR WEAVER HAH., 131-Jtlvill T It... .1 II. -1 1 :'z.t,nf1 bi .3-.Sit .1',s 1, Z ' 1: 1 Al's Food Shop-Dickinson's Music Center Page 37 'Fr P' 3 5 QQ' Qs K ' 5 ,nf f 4 W- ms B DELPHINE B. WEIGUM ..Del,, F, H, A. 1, LZ, 3, 4: Assembltes 2, 3: Youth Fax 1, 2: Co-op 4: Student Store 4. PEARL IRENE WELTY Qulver 2: Culs' Qlmxus fx Musa: Festxval J.: Chou 3: Youth Fan fl: Co-og 4- Student Store 4. IRVIN L. WELTY ...rigeru Intramural Sports 1, 7: F Ciub 2, 3, 4: Student Councxl 1, 2: Home Room Othcer 1: Co-op 4: Student Store 4: Natlonal Athletxc Scholarshzp Associauon 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, ELGIN WHEELER A Cfxyfpis-lla Chou' 3, 4- F, F. A 1, 3, 3, 4- Mustf Fe-stlval 3, 4: Chrxsstmas Cantata 3, 4: Operettv 4: Backstaqn 4: Assernbltes 1, 3, 4' Youth Fan 1, 4. IOHN WHEELER npecku Track 1: Spamsh Club 2, 3: Scubblers 3: A Cappella Chmr 1, 2, 4, student dtrecott 4' Boys' Ovtet 4: Musrr Frtsttval 1, 4: Chrtstmas Cantata 1: Oporvtta 1: Assmnblxes 1, 2, 3: Youth Pau 1. VERNON T. WHITE. IR. nvernu Prolefrtlon Club 4, prasldent 4: Operetta 4: Ball 4: Assexnbltes 3: Youth Fan 4' Cut Bank Htqh Sf-hool, Cut Bank, Montana 1. STANLEY WILMES nstanu Track 1, 2: Sottbcxll l, fl, 3' Reserves 1, 2- 1ntt'1- nxural Sports 1, 2: Arrow 3, 4- Prom 3: Home Room Officer 1. KENNETH WILSON "Lasses" lntrarnurrzl Basketball fl: Kay Club 4: Holm, Room Otlmwfu 4: CO-op 3, 4. Lloyd's Radiator Shop-Del's Studio Kalispell Service-Vere Brummund Photo Shop Page 38 NANCY LUCIA WILSON Appinokwis 4: lnterscholcxstic Meet 4: Annual, co-editor-in-chief 45 Arrow 4: Student Council 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, treasurer 3: Teen Town Committee 3, 4, treosurer 4: Senior Choir 4: N. F. L. 2, 3, 4, vzce-president 4: Speech Trip 2, 3, 4: Inlcmd Empire Rodio Conference 3: Music Festie vol 4, Operetto 4: Bull 4: Prom 37 Home Room Officer 2, 3, 4: Girls' State 37 Girls' Notion 3: Assemblies 3, 4: Youth Fair 4: Library 4: Office 3: Smoke Siqnols 35 Iourndlism Meet 4: Brocxd- ccsts 3, 4: Northside Iunior Hiqh, Reno, Nevcdo l. MARGARET WITTLAKE npeggy Ion Annual 4: Arrow, city editor 4: F. H. A. 47 Youth Fair 2, 4: Student Store 4. ROBERT WOLFE nBob., F. F, A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Assemblies 1, 3: Youth Foir 1, 2. CAROL MAURER Bclckstcxqe 4: Youth Fcnr 4: Study Hull Helper 4, 'Whitefish High School, Whitefish, Montana 1, 2, 3. SENIORS NOT PICTURED DOROTHY ANDERSON DAVID COOPER FRANK CHRISTENSEN LOUISE DAWSON BILL ERICKSON IAY GOODWIN THELMA LAW MARVIN PALMER DON STEINMETZER Engebretson Construction Company-01son's Barber Shop--Iackson's Machine Shop Page 39 I IQ: umslnnwl 45' hw GRAND MARCH SENIOR BALL "D5f1"-"I!li'k' was ilw rffwne oi thc' Somor Eflll, ':Yxcwy1,1,Hmgq:, 'fgv11tu1.'Q:f:f11-51 um I1 j 111 ml 1 Li ff A '-M ' T7 'z' if 1 11551 91:11 '1 T15 J if V " 2: 1 :ZA U ' ' ' ' ' " " Y : V T, I, , t. 1 J 1 .Alf-' Q T' ,rl r if 1 :gh i. 1 1! 2 1 'f.J'.l!'i'L1" '.4, V ' A wg "iw .',. . v Q :TA J I If ' af! I1 .' 1' 1, Al . 1 ' r Q Q NW. , .Im ,1,,.,w, Page 40 "WALTZ ME AROUND AGAIN, IlMMY" LONDON BRIDGE 'nl xx 'vw 45,15 1 CHAIRMAN FRASER TAKES A HIGH PERCH TYPE OF BACKING THAT MAKES FLATHEAD CHAMPIONS FROSH, MAKE WAY MIGHTY SENIORS APPROACHING CLASS OFFICERS RONALD KIRKPATRICK, CHARLES GESTRING, MR. CHRISTISON, VRS. LILLIE, STEVE CARLISLE, PAT FEI.SMAN A PENCIL FOR YOUR PROGRAM LETTING THE COMMUNITY KNOW WHICH ANNOUNCEMENT DO YOU WANT. Page 41 JI li . xrmrg pw 'Q Z S y Mi Q ff I X f N M R ,Ar V Q I N fx e' E J I lg? x . 5 Q: ' X R , - Q 34- sf ' Y dugg U'.2i.Qi1 SADIE AMUNDSON EARL ARMSTRONG FERNE ARNOLD GLENNA BEAR KATHRYN BIERY DOROTHY BLOOM HARRIET BOLME MAYNARD HOLSTER PAYE BOOTHE OYSTEIN BOVENG DOROTHY BOYD IOYCE BROOKS LA VERN BRUYER FRANCES BUCK VERNA BUCK REX BURNS CATHERINE CARRUTHERS LEE CHAPIN LAURA CHRISTENSEN MARGENE CHRISTOPHER RITA CLARK SHIRLEY CLOUD HARVEY CLOUSE MARVIN COMES Page 45 4 ,QQ 'RK F ..-1, W f ' 'W' f Y Xb v fs! , ,fy my A . '34 2 an A -'fb' 4 mmf, 5' f I-.-'.-ff 'ww :ww-vfdf. I '. A 'W' 1 F LNff'ff'215"PY'14"-!'5!X'M',,f:-,, 5 f?" 56 in M. L- Q, :I 4-Q25 'm 5 new Ax K 6 ,fx X X I CHUCK COOK IIM COOMBE LOUISE COOPER LELAND CORKRON BONNIE COX IIM CRONKHITE MARGARET DEGLOW IAMES DURADO MARILYN EAYRS KATHRYN ERICKSON DELORES FARRIS MAHLON FEI-ILBERG HENRY FICKEN DONNA FLYNN THERESA FRANZ ELLIS FRENCH GLORIA FULTON PAUL GARDNER BRAD GESTRING ALTONA GIESE DALE GILBERTSON HAROLD GILBERTSON DOUGLAS GILCHRIST IOAN GONSIOR Page 46 ROGER GORDON DELMAR GRANMO DONNA GROSSWILER FRANK I-IAGEI. IOANN HANSON LEROY I-IANSON DELORES HARDING EMERAL I-IAUG BEVERLY HAUGE ELEANOR I-IAWKINS BERNADINE HEALY HELEN I-IELLMAN PHILLIP HELLMAN DONALD HENKEL IACK HERRON KAY HERRON DONALD HILL DELORES I-IISSONG CORINNE HODGSON DICK HODGSON ROBBIN I-IOUGH IONA HUGGINS BARBARA IACKSON ELAINE IACOBSON Page 47 'X' N "G" :I i ,A:A: QR 0 3 f ,SRA V I W Q Q 1 La , V.N. fr ff nm DI D I-4?-.2-if gi I . ' Q, X lf Q 1 -fum K- ' ,gf-IX, , Sgi , 55553 s -I 4 fs iii, 'M 6- 'E- fx, GLADYCE MQCMILLAN PAULA MGCMILLAN Q I I Bon Mcnsr: ARLENE MCCARTNEY ? GORDON MCCARTNEY CLEONA MCCLELLAND RETA MCCONNELI. RUTH MCCONNELL 1 r I PATRICIA MCCULLOCH 5 BUD MCCULLY NANCY MCGLENN NANCY MCLAUGHLIN JOYCE MCNEII. HARRIET MACDONALD VIOLET MAIER MONA MARQUARDT ANN MARTINSON WINSTON MEBUST MILDRED MENDEL LEWIS MICHELSON DONALD MILLHOUSE SHIRLEY MOELLER PATRICIA MORTON BARBARA MOTICHKE Page 49 T' ,ilgafg-,,T,.11 K ff 1' Y ww sn' 3 .......,. ww ag ....1'.-. ,:,::,:: ,V Z. vw- ' AWWA A 555 .7 . 71: J W CAROL MURRAY ELSIE RAE MUSSELMAN IEANINE MYERS MARILYN NORDQUIST ARTHUR OLSON BERNICE OLSON LILLIAN OLSON TOM O'NEIL PEARL OPALKA IESSXE PASSMORE EARL PATTERSON VIRGIL PAULLIN BETTY PEEBLER GLADYS PERSON DON PETERS IACKLYN PETERSON LORA PETERSON ARLENE POULSON ALTA PRESTBYE M, GARY QUALLS PENNY REMINGTON RALPH RIDDLE GLENN RIDGEWAY RICHARD ROATH Page 50 ROBERT ROBBIN ELLEN ROGNLIE ELLEN ROOT IOYCE ROSS J ROSEMARY ROWSEY GENE RUBY HENRY RUHNKE CLAUDIA SANDS BETTY SANDERS GLORIA SCHLEGEL GEORGE SCHRADE FRANKLIN SCHROETER PAT SCHUMACHER KARLA SEARLE IAMES SEEK KENNETH SIDERIUS MARIANNA SIEGEL PAULINE SMITH YVONNE STAHLBERG LILA STAUDACHER AGNES STENBERG CAROL STENBERG GLEN STEVENS BOB STORAASLI Page 51 ' an 1 IQ fA?2'f":' p 4 ,4f',x, T' ,xx Q 1 'Y I 41 mf f' S ,fr xg, 'UL' I I If 1 W an Zi' ng ,1,,. V R we-fin if Q 15-f Q' 9 an E ' , I D 1 f pct, Q A if g ' E Q 'hd aff? Im, lv ROBIN STREET ROSALIE SULLIVAN LEON SYTH ADELAIDE SZYMANOWSKI DONALD TOLLEY PATSY THOMAS ANN THOMSON TOMMY THORESON EDGAR TRIPPET LONNIE URBAN BARBARA VAN ALSTINE DANIEL WACHSMUTI-I CHARLES WARD BOB WAUGH EUNICE WEIGUM DEAN WEIKERT FRED WILKEN VIVIAN WILKEN EDNA WILSON GEORGE WILSON MARIAN WISE DONNA WOOLRIDGE VELMA WOOLRIDGE IOHN ZAUNER Page 52 VP 4: 'D DQ 4: 5 Q: 'Ti ha U9 wx . ' w I , , Y mf, E uw I 11.34-' - IM K Q. M 2 2 gif M 4 Uh QA S4531 '-C"'.Xp2' - ' .N - W .pk 'V ,, , f:.f1 m1:.g wi- 4 " .. V PM . Nqplixxhxjgf GQ5Wi-Y , jf, fx 5 Q K W N JE! ' HQ "xg ' xx 1 "Sf, -QVC' ,L :l:1'f,I A J' XELQQ , I - -' "W 'Kfw-.1 X 1 'fl ---,""-'X-e'f"' wi . ri: Ft E ffg 'I Xin- ,x . Q, 5fyrj.w.2:xf'X-yes ty: 6- ,. 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'Sy if if: !?A -S W If H i' .TN il 19:2-ak xg P N Lila Aaberqe, Iames Abboti. Shirley Adams, Rosemary Aker, Darrell Albert, Ted Allum David Anderson, Lewis Anderson, Ha chel Anderson, Noel Aronson, Fran- cis Asbridqe, Delores Bellmore Ioy Besi, Don Blasdel, Barbara Bliss, Larry Blumer, Colleen Boding, Mildred Booth Donna Brown, De Wayne Bruce, Geral- dine Bruno, Josephine Bruyer, Phyllis Buck, Lucille Bumell Lyle Burns, Lois Byrne, Diana Calbick, Donald Carie, Ioe Carlisle, Kenneth Cave Myron Chase, Shirley Chrisinger, Charles Clapper, Thallis Clare, Gerene Clark, Patricia Clark Delores Cole, Shirley Coiier, Don Crail, lim Cross, Fred Crouse. Bill Cyr Leo Dahlke. Bill Dickinson, Louise Donaldson, Irene Donner, Evelyn Drake, Carol Dunham lna Dye, Iohn Dyer, Shirley Dyer, Ann Dyqeri, Margaret Dzivi, Helen Edland Douglas Egan, Beverly Erickson, Don Faqerland, Carrie Ferguson, Sydne Ferree, Patricia Ficken Coca Cola Company Kalispell Cale Page 57 1. ,Q ns. fir, K lr r Q 53 fi E'i4 NX 'K .5-, 1 if fix Az ll' 1 6 J "" sl .. .M ,., ,ini . X af 1 :ra-:.. or-fly -.:.:.,:.N...:-:-:L -. 1 ..,... , ' Q .' W1 ,H . W 1 Kay" if , .EE 1. fine? K Wg, V' 2' " '.,,lQ::A Z: ' f A -11. 9 ,K EE: lx tiki ,t MQERQQ MBR. s.- Plesk? L. Fl fu. , ff?" KR- ru! D 'll 5' L ,gf iff s, C, if W ,fl ' , ff m, Z 1 ., im J .. 3QQ ,... .,,. Q U X 1l 'e M Hfffiw ,". 1 ' lv V. N in .fl f 1 , r.,,:.A -lll Y f N A ,,M E gk J? x pe SN. fs 4: "M , 4 C2 l',z 5 A - '3 I .QL .aw , i.Q 4 , 1 f f , r -uw 'Z -2 .. .... . . 1 4 lb Virgil Kirkland, Betty Kios, lane Kios, Richard Knox. Paul Kraft, Zelda Krueger Frederick Leach, Marietta Lee, Marvin Lee, Lola Levitt, Ira Lewis. Nadine Little Margaret Loveall, Carol Luke, Connie McCown, Barbara McCu1lock, Bev- erly McDonald. Kay McGIenn Lester McKean, Richard Malone, Ray Managhan, Wilson Managhan, Marlene Manning, Virgil Manning Ioanne Martinson, Loberta May, Vir- ginia Meeks, Lawrence Melby, Eleanor Mellem, Patty Melton Dick Metzer, Betty Michels, IoAnne Miller, Neta Minthorn, Gene Morgan, Loyal Murer Elizabeth Naumann, Arden Olson, Dar- lene Olson, Ronald Overby, David Oursland, Gaylon Owens Fem Paine, Ierry Panerio, Gilbert Pass- more, lean Pickens, Doreen Pound, Ieanette Price Dorothy Redfield, Ieanette Redman, Helen Rhodes, Arnold Riebe, War- ren Rietz, Maureen Riley Gordon Rognlien, Gloria Roll, Violet Roll, Iay Rowe, Mariorie Rowe, Darold Rundquist Eagle Shoe Company Dillon Hotel Page 59 Margaret Schmitz, Shirley Schlenz. Kirk Seekins. Ieri Shaw Ioe Sliter, Geneva Sonstelie, Barbara Spailord, Ieanette Speer, Marion Stanton. Ioan Stein Michael Stockton, Patricia Stockwell, Duane Stokei, Dale Storaasli, Yvonne Struble. Helen Sund Lona Sundby, Walter Sundelius. Ken- neth Sutherland, Bonnie Swanberg, Marcella Thibert, Gale Thompson Donald Torbert, Donna Torbert, Sylvia Toth. Patsy Ufford, Iimmy Ulrich Marvin Wang Shirley Wheeler. Louise Wilhelm, Lu- cille Wilhelm, Elaine Wilke, Patsy Williams, Ioan Willis H' Bruce Wison, Dick Wilson, Martha Wilson, Edna Windiate, Ilene Woodbridge, lames Wright Dorothy Wunderlich, Madeline Young age 60 O. K. Rubber Welders - Surplus Sales -- Kroger Noble Lumber Co. - Larson Implement Co. Elva Rundquist, Rosemary Schikora, gi, I is W ,Q f is? A x , , If W ,,f" fda' SOPHOMORE OFFICERS: G. IYSTAD, MR, YLINEN, CLASS MASCOT I, BRUYER, K. SUTI-IERLAND, MISS SAGEN, I ABBOTT, MISS ROGERS PEP PARADE ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION BIOLOGY DEPARTMENTS LATEST THRILL SELLING CANDY AI' GAME Page E1 jprrsltmrn YM XX Y N x i. u X 11 X sf X xl X ,4 g F ' 'K I f " v"' A X l I X L fix, LA ' 1,5 ' 7, " jfs, GMI! ' , ' , .Ang XSJI My Gary Aklestad. Norma lean Albritton, Shirley Amdam, Floyd Arnold Marie Arnold, Eugene Bain Shirley Bain. Martin Baker. Holaer! Bauer, Howard Bear, Kenneth Biery, Donnadell Bird Darlene Bitney, Delores Black. Ronald Bronson. Dale Brown, Earl Brown, Virginia Bruch Lawrence Brunner, lack Burr, Betty Io Busch, lla Butler, Shirley Cabbage, Lorraine Caudill Iimmy Chapel, lean Ann Chesler, Patty Chrisinger, Marilyn Claridge, Gary Collier, Magt Corrrnertori . ,J 1.1, 5 I, 5' g I , f I ' I 1 If ,! Charles Conrad, Cherie Conrad, Ernie Cooper. Don Correll. Shirley Cramer, Boh Crook Dale Croskrey, Wayne Croslrrey, Don Crosswhile, Bill Dawson, Dirk Decker, George Dennison Wayne Dennison, Ardella Dickson, Nancy Donner, Gene Doly, Donna Douglas, lack Dowell Richard Doyle, Iohn Durado. Kathleen Eayrs. Garth Ellard, Mavis Engebreison, Marilyn English Beriha Erickson, Lois Erickson, Erna Mae Everett, Leslie Ferguson, Peggy Ferree, Wayne Field Page 65 as 'Yn- un- Aims 'S 1 v.i"4 MSDS 'Egg' 5 N A 6 , V25 ,Q QI' Dorothy Koeniq, Geraldine Koenig, Marilyn Korb, Reinhold Kraft, Frank Landon, Violet Leighty Raymond Linrude, Sue Little, lean Lowman, loanne Lynch, Dorothy Lynn, Doris Ann McBride Marlene McDonald, Patsy McGuire, Theresa McKinley, Margaret McC1ean Donna McPheeters, Beverly Mahon Shirley Main, Laurabelle Marquardt, Iohn Marshall, Marcella Mathiason Louise Meeks, Anita Melby Darlene Melby, Shirley Mellem, Iohn Melton, Lois Merritt, Arvin Miller, Iaclr Miller Betty Millhouse, Ioyce Milner, Donald Mitchell, Charlotte Moerison, Elizabeth Moore, Marilyn Moore Mary Esther Munro, Arlene Murer, Iacqueline Myers, Guy Nelson, Iohn Nelson, Rose Nelson Robert Nordquist, Ellen Nuttinq, Shirley Oesch, loknne Olson, Dora Lee Ostrom, Howard Paullin Shirley Perry, Michael Poston, Edward Proetroclr, Larry Proetel, Elaine Baskin, Richard Rasmusson Iimmy Reynolds, LaVerne Rhine. Charles Rhodes, Pat Hickett, Betty Riddle. William Roath Page 67 'X 1 s. 3' K W 6 Ye 5 .5 'J E .. .,... .,-,:,:,, :rf e ,. ,,.,.Q, -W:--Q s N is ' ar ,ff , I 1'- vs. me lx 4 Civ WX s.. sy 1 A -ts asf' - fi 1 L TL cf in 'x-x Q Rexann Rockwood, Susan Rodda, Arlen Roll, Howard Ruby, Harvey Hueqseqqer, Shirley Ann Sand Richard Savaqe, Bonnie Schleqel. Marlen Schoeninq, Barry Schumacher, .,--fi Ioe Schumacher. Robert Shirtliii M' Elaine Shoberq, Ierry Siderius, Roberta Smith, Verda Sommers, Dale Sonsiellie, Charles Spindler Laura Slenberq, Donna Stillman, Alice Sloraasli, Sid Siorey, Channing Sullivan, Iackie Szymanowski R x. Louise Tennant, Francis Thibert, Donna Tinney, Ivera Tolleison, Tom Treloar, Audrey Treweek Sharon Tri, Lillian Uhde. Vava Van de Y., Mark. Teddy Vanden Bos, Vernon Vlasak, Donna Wagner 2 f Vera Walters, Genevieve Warkins, lack Warner, Gene Walters, Pat Weaver, Kennelh Weed lim Wehr. Richard Wehr. Iames Weikert. Ioyce Wells, Nancyann Wheeler, Ioy Williams Patricia Williams, Marqarel Wunderlich, Kenneth Zabel Page 68 Tip Top Cafe -- G 6 E Grocery - I-limsl-Wohlwend Motors - Propane Gas Co. 3. :ff .5 Ml 45+ Jwafwf P MISS CARR. MISS IOHNSON, DICK HADER, BUSY LITTLE HOMEMAKERS MR. NELSGN, SUE LITTLE, ILA BUTLER WE PAINT THE "F" MOST INTELLIGENT FRESHMAN DISTANCE IUDGEMENT TEST FIELD OF VISION AND STEADINESS TESTS BIFRMQ Drug Page 69 ff, XPUYTS I 2-U 'ich l wyx J' if 50 5 E X Ni E Qi: is 4 f 43 ff E fff4, Q u uuyl ua I ' '5'A! L Wfgk ff 'P' f,T,' 3, V 5 QM 5 i A'-31 fl ily! 'W X We X ,J i 1 f 4 ft " 4 " 5 -te sz' J: 'Z' """ ' filfggagl '42 'S -'Y' ?--:-1- A -'hr' Y- 1 L-N-. ii 'YTUS A 'Q . i ' YQ W4 A f 3, U ttf. , v ff fl'1If'. f - I ,K f 1 a J' -2- u - . '11-2 0 ' Z' iv- 5' I f 1 - -'N ,,'. ,HQ 3, ,'4aA 'WMM' ,I ,eq 3 --, -. - ,V 1 ,, X ., .... 49. , I . - . . l-qw , 5-.hr -6 ,. - S f. 'ff :W ' . - 141,3- ' 'X ' u ' H MW 7 'k71""1f.-c ' . -"'5 ' 1 , A U , , , 1 . 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WILSON, G. SCHHADE, I. O'NEIL. 1. ABBOTT, L. GAHDING, E. TRIPPET. G. REESE, K. SUTHERLAND. SUMMARY 1949 FOOTBALL SEASON Flathead started out the l949iootbf1ll season red-hot, taking their lirst three non-conference home games. Beating Sandpoint and North Central tSpokaneD by large margins, they Just saueaked past Butte Central. 7-2. The Braves lost their first two conference games to Great Falls and Billings. But the Braves couldnt be stopped as they came back, the tirst time in l2 years to beat Missoula, and then beat Helena at Helena They lost two more home games to Butte Public and Gonzaga tSpol-zanel to wind up a good season with tive wins and four losses. FOOTBALL RESULTS Flathead , 25 Sandpoint Flathead 32 North Central Flathead 7 Butte Central Flathead O Great Falls , 41 Flathead U Billings 13 Flathead ,, , 33 Missoula Flathead , .. 20 Helena Flathead . 25 Butte 33 Flathead 20 Gonzaga 27 MONTANA BIG SIX FOOTBALL STANDINGS lst Butte High Bulldogs 3rd Missoula Spartans Zndf Great Falls Bisoiis Blllmlllg BIOHCS Kahsrell Braves flth Helwnfi BUlitjfll5 First National Bank Page 73 'A 50242 ,, N mv, T a E '10 nm.,f,Quv.n-w M09-'A --45 Q mm W' Y 5.-Q... av, J. LANDON, F. M. MURRAY, C. G. MOORE, G BILLINGS T. LITTLE. L.H. F LFTHMAN. T E. FINE, IE. Page 74 Mcun Street Furniture BIG CHIEFS CHEEK, LITTLE, AND RICHARDSON LITTLE THRU' MISSOULA FLATHEAD'S COACHES Flathead's football coaching staff deserves great applause for producing two good football squads at Flathead. Head Coach Frank Little with his assistants Iohn Cheek and Tom Richardson made Flathead proud ot their athletic teams. Although handicapped with small turnouts, their superb coaching over-came this difficulty and produced winning teams. Flathead is indeed proud of its coaching staff. PRE-CONFERENCE GAMES The braves won their first three non-conference home games to start off the season. The Braves plowed through the Sandpoint Bulldogs in a driving snow storm to the tune of 25-O. They then took the second one from North Central CSpokanel 32-U. The Braves met with tougher competition when they played Butte Central, but won by a slim margin, 7-2. TOUCHDOWN? Hacienda-Kalispell Hotel Page 75 1 WM.. A Za M., bww fig: Q, , 1 '52 v WWQ WW rf Ak ' 412, gap gr. I. MILLER. I.. H. RED ROGERS, MGR. D. DOYLE. H. H. BUTTE CENTRAL D- WU-SON. E. CAPTS F. LEHMAN 6 SPRAGUE A. RIEBE. R. H. PGQ9 75 Monson Service Gcrczqe BRAVES DEFEATED The Braves met disaster in their first con- ference game as the powerful Great Falls Bisons rolled over them for 6 touchdowns. Flathead, with 5 regulars on the bench couldn't penetrate the big, fast Bisons. BILLINGS BEATS FLATHEAD Flathead lost their second conference game to a superior Billings eleven. The Braves fought hard all the way but succumbed finally as the Broncs ran over two touchdowns. FLATHEAD TRIMS MISSOULA The Braves trounced the Missoula Spar- tans for the first time in l2 years. At the half the score was tied 7-7 but Flathead came back in the second half with 4 touchdowns. Doyle and Little made some spectacular runs to leave the score at 33-7. couvnnsrou HELENA IS WHIPPED Flathead won their first conference game away from home in five years when they dumped the Ben- gals 20-U in the capitol city. This win made Flathead once again a leading contender for the league title. BRAVES BOW TO BULLDOGS The Butte Bulldogs beat the Braves 33-26 to take the Big 6 football title. The half time score was 206 but the Braves rallied in the closing minutes only to fall short one touchdown. GONZAGA WINS The mighty Flathead Braves, playing their last football game lor the l949 season fought hard to be edged by the Gonzaga Bulldogs 27-20. This Armisticellay game was one of the hardest, toughest games Flathead played all season and undoubtedly left the Flathead fans pleased with their football team. City Transfer-Kalispell Transportation Co.-Landstx-um's Agency-California Station No. 1 Page 77 "ON, OH, FLAT!-IEAD" .,,:.1 V- I 'W If s-an I -ff ww. s. xvx -vs ,Ns nk Wx L. ANDERSON, E. C. PHILLIPS, T. B. HEDMOND. O. B. BILLINGS R. DELANGE, E. G. SCHRADE, G. D. DOYLE, R. H. Page 78 Payne cmd Wxk Fountain 6. Grocery Bobbin 6 Robbin ? 'Hin ..- ,Q ,-fx, F I -gym 5. K-1 NR , . , X' ' fy -1,p' ts- 1 t6 4 .,. ' 3. 4 . , ,Q y Q3 2 Lg 1.Z:: UL 9, rr, x Y E-vu -v r 1, A . . Y , y -' - T -A ' 49 .. 1 'P ' J f : H is Q- E: 5- fi 0 ' v. TM. T lst row: T. Treloar, D. Hader, F. Landon. H. Ruby, A. Miller, L. Ferguson, R. Ross, A. Jacobson, K. Weed, I. Durado, E. Weed, F. Crouse. 2nd row: Manager Ed llgen, C. Conrad, L. Gunderson. D. Mitchell, D. Schumacher, V. Vlasak, D. Faqerland, A. Preslrude, M. Garding, E. McDonald, L. Graham, Coach Baker. 3rd Row: R Doyle, K. Biery, D. Albert, I. Siderious, B. Dickinson, B. Wilson, I. Burr, G. Conn, L. Melby. FROSHMORE CLUB T113 Froshzrrorw toothft11 squid rates arfrrlatrse Qarrres. the rrrsi ',w'c,:s UU 'txt-5 111-r fer' 'rrrt was 711. LJ.: 1 rr their sefxsorrs wor1-Q. They Came out ort tar wrth Froshmorvr rihth therr tool: art ther 8711 .grade yjfltltfl, 1our wms and one defeat. They r,1ayed the Po1soh ttes beatm-3 them 13-U. Thts r:1t1h was made tt" Q1 ' T Prrates "B" squad twice, defeatirrq them once 6-U and freshmen and sophomores, tmder the Coachma ot 1f1ter howmg to them at the score of 19-13. They ran Coach Baker. This was Mr. Bakers first year 11-rift. the stglohorrr Whrtet1sh "B" squad m two Close OH YEAH! ALL-STATERS TAKING OFF FOR BILLINGS ANDERSON, LEHMAN, FINE MURRAY, DOYLE, LITTLE Egan Metal Productsf Gene's Drive Inn Page 79 4 2' -fgr H + z ? ,- aww gm, '92-A 1 Q, I 5 7 I 4 nv-N l. i aff 1 My ik 3 'fhfif 'W .1 . A . ff 5 fl 4 ,eh - X Wim' ' 4153: an ' My , um, yu. .rw -,S x W ukqz w ff ,, 2 , E gwg,ZyagZ,hQ+,,,,,,fg,,' ,,,a,.,m 1. sraomuscx, Q. B. E. TRIPPET, T B. ELLARD, G. M1ssouLA GAME L. GARDING LL J. Anson C. KSUTHERIAND Q B. Pgqp 30 Sorvmv Cie-cmors Buckinqhurrfs K.. 'is 2512? ff :.,:,:, 2 A, Arif", " ' ,L . x-A 4 A-1, 3555"-f f :-z' I 5, ma- wi M pw . ' , 1 1' ff ' "' fl " ' ,411 ,' ' ZW Z2 Q 16 BASKETBALL 4 5,1 F CLUB Page 81 L Anderson Thoreson Cocuchl Chee: -. T Overby R her cmd D- U 5-Q U' IIE QU gU U1 ,- TS Hoge R r oore Mq M dnG v-J -. Sen er Snappy Serv ef! io right A-K e li q: . Little, D. Wilson, E. Fin , C. hillips, G. yslcxd, D. Delcmqe. I n i : . Grunmo, K. Sui l , . . . . . l, . ' , . cm o , . , . . . 1- 1 Page 82 Nnmwwwi Q 1, V 5 . I 'JG x ' x 11 'Q .ai'f -if-M .SY ,wpe- v was-xv' 5 fs Ev, .. ,Wa uf, A isvmewwwzfm ii ? - ,V i MANAGER "RED" ROGERS COACH IOHN CHEEK BIG 16 CONFERENCE STANDINGS INDIVIDUAL SCORING TEAM PCT. PTS. OP Pine Kalispell .917 706 512 DGLOHQG Anaconda .857 721 557 Phillips Bozeman .800 715 667 Little Livinqston .688 760 680 1 Butte oentmi .625 790 711 N532 Missoula .600 798 749 YS G Giendive .571 643 591 Lcmdon Billings .529 783 644 Thoreson Helena .500 978 986 Moore Lewistown .400 572 602 1311119 . .999 929 1049 iutheftand Havre .915 609 751 Hdefsfm Glasqow .182 429 498 GTCIUUTO Miles City .138 623 818 Overby Great Falls .111 744 999 Sidney . V --f- - 287 240 Total SEASON'S SCORES Ronan Flathead 48 Helena Flathead Ronan Flathead 61 Butte Public Flathead Lewis QS Clark Flathead 44 Deer Lodqe Flathead Lewis 6- Clark Flathead 42 Missoula Flathead Great Falls Flathead 67 Missoula Flathead Havre Flathead 53 Butte Central Flathead Gonzaaa Flathead 54 Great Falls Flathead Gonzaga Flathead 49 Helena Flathead Butte Public Flathead 52 Butte Central Flathead Havre Flathead 53 M. S. U. Cubs Flathead Page 84 Kalispell Drug-Koiord's 328 266 230 178 161 131 82 37 36 21 .. 7 4 2 1483 72 59 74 59 66 49 62 69 47 53 ,,,,...L W-M'e .,,:v 1 ,:, 5 W, Y :::,. .-AA X REBOUND SCRAMBLE VVILSON FOR TWO BRAVES PLACE FIRST IN DISTRICT The conference winnina Flathead Braves swert STATE TOURNAMENT Alter Flathead zcax first place in the Northern r the Northern Divisional Chaim I'fI1Slllf 'ft Gt'1saOt',' cfiviszatwl Charm icnsiiig at Glasaow they went to by beating Great Falls 72-39 then talcizia Helena ,nc Sztite Tctirnarnent at Anaconda, picked with 76-55, The charripicnship aarne was a bit rauaher Agmmmiq as the tearn to take first or second. But 1:1 the ii: 1' ."' s ttiwi B xtte C,TVItff'Il lNi':ieitr.s 1 if xt: " 11t, wi tif-I with 'iiszster fts bia Charlie Phillips wtiifgti nxt: QI'3V1O',lSl'3' beats: inf,-iii, by T'T1iTi:iL,i'I ' 11: LU -,LYQJ .welt-gzrilff L play and Gary lystad, an came CTIIOMXJIT to peat Butte Qle'-ntral Lvl-52. Bat Qhazlitv ' ana canixntt sopli torward, was sick with pneu- Blttllzr s giz1,'t'2d his l'1st lT'tFlI"T'Tf71ll rant, '.'.' vzi th 'N"i'T. Ther' last their tirst frame to Billinqs hy a Br 1 '.'v tteaxiix .720 'A,' V '1' ' ' 1 '1, 1' " :mi Q1-'m,1fj,zi'i twine Flathead beat ' tif ll-:nip z iwc7f111's.The third aizine the Braves f t matt iigiytity Anatgpzida who had rust lost to Butte -rt" :l. Tr. f'ag.1':iu: :ds vfeif- iaa inucit for the ti wi tis 1-ist ite ther iztternpts ta upset Page 86 FINE GETS TIP l'1 'wing at UP AND IN -an TENSE MOMENT PRACTICE BEFORE THE BIG GAME YEAR'S SUMMARY The Flathead Brf:vef:, who have cornrtletea r: journey from the hcttorn zo the tort in rwo years, conquered Montartrrs Bra lb Conference title with the record ot ll wins, 1 loss, The Braves srorled an otherwise perfect season by losrna their last confer- ence qarne to Butte Central 48-47. The Braves also defeated the Gonzaga Freshmen, MSU Freshmen, Ronan Chiefs, Lewis G Cla-K l-liqh tSr1vol:aneD, all non-conference qarnes, which makes a record total ot 18 wins, l less, one ot The best seasons records 1: team trorn Flathead cr the State of Montana has ever had. Flathead lixrxs ,iefii inf, tgyrrr 10 the lpdrsirirg point for each hern-3 fjf1f!l9 ana rrvrdly followed The tearrrs fortunes on their trir Never in the htstery' ot Flathead has Lrrteresi :rr ozslzethall hath 'rrncrrtg students and towns peer Deer: at such fever g itch. WOLLIN PRESENTS TROPHY TO FINE i:11i'1:f':r1'i or zieztlotzs fIfflITiiI"f'!T5' 'N"ilffJlTli2'i tri' .. ttrioxs B1 IYU1? on their reitrrn trerrr th-5 Ncttherrt . "f'1S1L2I'i. fzna their tiorrtest with the Sr rtrtmns. This 'v.'i:lCCII1"i iiitnonstration was frrrarraed hy the Kgrlrs' Dawn Tcwn Coaches Club, rr arour of atheleizc xtrnaed iifrgens. This arougi was also liosi at a rccr, Lgrrrapxer' honoring the Braves. The U49-SQ Braves have made arhletpc lgisrcry czi icgged, tuitxre iearns will often reg -firi. Gigli s xvlrc ritxrerieifrtrvfl the ::f.li2t.'i :is ' urge :zzrt l1ll,' refi 11 J ttgfrv. l.'N1"' jtginr lation ml ill-' Arrrwy, Plfrrtieftci is t' ' iiti T 1"1 t ' fil'1'l',' ff: f 'r' :fff'c'i1r'::,"'-ff "rf ,w n -X ,- , c ry. sr:.l season. Page 87 KALISPELL WELCOMES THE VICTORIOUS BRAVES L5 fs. as av 'Q 3 4 -v ' as xo-.f Q l 1 1 Row 1: A. Miller, D. Hader, I. Miller, F. Landon, I. Mebusl Row 2: I. Waiers, L. Ferguson R. Mockbee, I. Siderious, I. Burr, G. Colliers, Mgr. E. llqen. FRESHMEN The l1c11dfdr1'fLu',J fresilzuizi M ' COACH LITTLE record for fhemselves tlms yeixr 'is zhey eridefx ' Season with C1 lone defect effect by 6 v13'5r1Cs. Cue of the hugllllqhls of Iliff' season, g-1-rm ng 3 was when they rcmq up iz ildlbl Cemtmlt-91:11 iullxe CoL:hi','Gf':'i1' ,, Resgcmolizwfg well i3121e2Lgz:fil1:1 1 gf QQ: V' H Llztle, Ihe freshmen should ggtgxtde Vflrsity material in the Rexx gzgyl Woodland Flower Shop Page 89 Pailtlnu-an Z 6 9' """IJ'T' '?f'm ' AR OLD RIEBE, POLE VAULT BOB MOORE, HURDLES FRED LEHMAN, SHOT PUT MILLSPAUGH AND PETERSON DISTANCE RUNNERS LITTLE AND LANDON COACH LITTLE IN BACKGROUND Ff1,gri,,fX rut? ' .QIJJL J f ,fyuJ'?fAlffJ ' gf jf I 1.413 C ,41y,41Apf!Q,,'-""r13,,j ,l.',Ai1Tf,l1 1 1 , V f f- ' f H 'fb' ' "ND f' All ,L ,5,,',J ,117 IXMEK I Hindered by bad weather, Flatheads trackmen got oft to a slow start this year. With Euqene Peterson, Bob Moore, Tom Ltttle, Fred Lehman, and Charles Millspauah returninq lettermen, the Brave cinder men came out with more volume than ever before. With Coaches Frank Little, weiqhtsg lohn Cheek, sprints and jumps, and Winston Boraen, distance runners: Flathead started re-vitalizinq the thinclads ot Flathead. FLATHEAD PLACES SECOND AT POLSON Hamilton High School Broncs romped to victory at the annual Polson invitational track and field Page 90 meet, but Flathead Braves proved biq surprises to other contenders. Usually the valley weaklinqs, they swept first places in both lOU and 200 yard dashes and 440 and one-halt mile distance runs. Sparked by Lewis Anderson and Euaene Peterson, the top point qetters, the Braves missed tirst place by llz points, The Braves scored well in the field with lim Strodtbeck and Dick Wilson qettinq points in the iavelin, Lehman and Little scored in the shot put, and Arnold Biebe and Dick Del.anqe qettinq second and third in hiqh jump, and Anderson coming second in the broad jump, Other point qetters from Flathead were Duane Kittleson in 440 yard dash, lvlillspauqh in mile run, Little, Landon, Anderson, and Mitchell were the relay team who placed second. sw' ' 4A Gan ,alms-gan QPQP 15'fxCVQv"" MEN WHO REPORTED FOR TRACK TENNIS Vfith the helpinq hand of Mr. Winston Borden, many Flathead students ore grasp'- tnig the fundamentals ot the widely known sport of tennis, There never has been any qroup of this sort ot Flathead, but it is nov: possible for dll students who are interested in tennis to tdke pdrt in the sport. The first grxzctxge was under tho dir- ection ot Codet teficher Robert Roltson, who showed the stpgdents the tundornentcils of the qdme. There were CI few advanced rldyers in the qroup this yeor, but it will be d few yeors before lilotheod has d tennis team to send to the lnterscholostic Meet. Row l: Phyllis Treweek, Luanne Burch, Katherine Biery, Patty Chrisinqer, Shirley Chrisinqer, Margaret Lovecxll, Duane Calbick. Row 2:1 Howard Bear, Lannie Erickson, Darrel Albert, Sidnev Aronson, Mr. R. Rolfson, Don Johnson, Matt Gardinq, Maynard Bolster, Winston Mebust. Page 91 INSTRUCTOR ROLFSON TEACHES THE BACK-HAND HAPPY VICTOR t rf 'af ,aa -:gf .1 vtplva wifi 9 , ol' f-,q,,f...N-f , ffm -wr? IERRY MILLER DON MILLHOUSE KEITH GUSTIN MARVIN COMBS GOLF Golf has taken its place amona the many com' petitive aames at Flathead. Many Flatheadites are quickly qraspinq this sport. Golf was started last year and has been received enthusiastically hy many students. Now qirls, as well as boys, are learning this qame under the watchful eye of Mr. lack Hughes. COACH HUGHES CHECKS THE PUTTING Page 92 Lessons are also aiven by Pro. Marsh Hammond. Althouqh Flatheads entries in the lnterscholastic Meet at Missculrz did not fare too well, it is hoped they will come out on tor, this year and in future years. Of this group the most advanced are Marvin Combs, Keith Gustin, Don Millhouse, and Bill Dickinson. Row 1: Charles Ward, Don Millhouse. Keith Gustin. Row 2: Marvin Combs, Bill Dickinson, Richard Mockbee, lim Cronkhite. in 11511: ffl ,cf if ll MXXX N ffy 'bmi ll KLIVIM lr ur r-.11 J Q I Q ff 2 'H Mfff 1719 Qywgf .WRQR X 111 Aff 09 If if 4 gg! Fw EW 5 'W f ! -v , 1.-f -- , ' fffzvzl,-J..' ' - ...A -jixwiw 5 N-NMR, fvbx 'BM ,I 9. '1 , x l V 'ge filff rf ' " ' ' ' " -'1"??'f.'V5' V' . A 9, .f '.f,,.4,LfS' jj!-L 1 . ' Iyglmxfs, ' ,li Q , ' 'I ' ul - , A lnrigv - Q, 4, t , ',vl ' . 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PQUPHONIUMS I' 'IL 5- DOUBLE REEL TVPHCTOU V IX BITKSTRAND SAXOPHONF SEYIIION I-If--,fm x V' ., ---f- Hwnnosse I' -Q , , C IA' K, A 3 - .,,,.,A ? 'A 'X Q 9 ' ' O A ' In 1 at Q I Q I Q, 0 . ' " I ' 1 , f ' ' ' ,Q 4 s 4 t 'u D. Q K f 2 1 ' at Ag, at , Q ' X . m,' "" """"f . . . X asm" 1 41109 :ww www., Fa iq? H wh +- Q, E U ' C ' .ti 1' , P 9. , g5 . . ' Q . ' ,. ' X A If .yii K, I V Q, , 1 f ' K 5 V x , I ,Q ' ' X V g X f 'N 'an ,A-"Vi 1 i it Y Q fat L SOLOISTS DONNA FLYNN CARL LEVITT CONCERT BAND Vtfith one hundred thirty members taking part during the season, Flatheads band performed a series ol football paqeants at all home games. These paqeants were: Band on Rampage, Rural Paqeant, and Adventures in Nursery Land. My Homes in Montana was presented in Helena dufinq the hall of the l-lelena-Flathead qarne. Capitol c1ty fans lauded the performance. The formations and rttuslcal selechons, compli- mented by new uniforms, in these riiqeants marked the ultimate in band showmanship and musical skill. Recognition was accorded the band throughout the state. The winter months found the band busy prepar- inq for concerts and proarams. A "Thank You" con- cert was qiven for the patrons ot the school tor the fine support the people of Kalispell dave in pfocrurina the new band uniforms, Spring brouaht two teszixftls, one at Missoula and one at Kalispell. The hind has received an invitation to attend the Minnesota Aauatenngal in late lune. This is a highly' sottrrht honor and plrirtra frm attend are in the makina. Believina that their loanri is the ljmst rt' grefir nrt andthe hest mttsically, the llli'."'lk"1L'f13'l nitiftr, ririfl as individuals have as their rgcal to hecorno the best known band in the state. Student leaders are Roheri Moore, president: Edward Fine, vice-presidentp Maraene Christopher, secretary-treasurer: and Gerald Clson, rnanaqer. LoRuyrxe Beauty Shop 6 Peterson's Tourist Court - Northside Grocery 6 Market Wheatons Cycle 6 Toy Shop -e McDougall Printers Page 99 55 gi' - Lett to Right -- Gary Qualls, Ellis French, Gene Morgan, Roger Gordon, Dale Croskrey, Robert Hobbin, lim Hartson, Iim Korn DANCE BAND The dance band is one of the newest organ- izations in the music department. The twenty-some boys who make up the "Be- Boppersu are the schools recognized music makers ior school mixers and Teen Town dances. By the playing of popular pieces these fellows receive much personal enjoyment while bringing the foot-moving rhythms to all who attend organizaf tion sponsored dances. ORCHESTRA The study ot fine classical music is the primary objective ot the students of Flathead who make ui, the orchestra. The orchestra participated in spring festivals and the annual Spring Concert of the music departe ment. Some members were chosen for the All-State Orchestra in Missoula in May. Many extra rehearsals were spent in preparing the musical background for the operetta, "A Waltz Dream." Officers are: president, Iirn Hartson: vicefpresif dent, Marnie Schmitzp and secretaryftreasurer, Karla Searle. Mr. Edward L. Souder directed the group this year. Seated: Marianna Merritt, Shirley Wheeler, Phyllis F1-ederickson. Carolyn Best, Sharie Seekins, Elaine Wilke, Marqene Christopher, Karla Searle. Theresa Franz, Arthur Mitton, Lois Marie Mitton, Mary Esther Munro, Iacqueline Myers, Kay McGlenn. Standing: Icyce Ross. Marnie Schmitz, Harold Gillette, Billy Cvr, Noel Aronson, Marie Arnold, Dorothy omas Pat Uliord im Kom Gu Nelson, Charles Carter. Ellis French, Mr. Sauder, lim Franz, Pat Th . . I , Y Hartson, Don Hill, Harvey Clouse, Gene Peterson. Page 100 Row 1: Donna Flynn, Karla Searle, Marqene Christopher, Don Hill, Harvey Rueqseqqer, Guy Nelson, Leon Sythe, Iohn Stockwell, Iames Korn, Gary Qucxlls, Marnie Schmitz. Row 2: Bill Cyr, Howard Paullin, Marie Arnold, Marion Wise. Ruth Franz, Margaret Loveall, Geri Shaw, llow 3: Charles Carter, Gene Morgan, Iim Hartson, Roger Gordon, Iohn Enqebretson, Don Tolley, Bob Rrtbbin, Harvey Clouse, Clifford Collins, Eugene Peterson. Bgw 4: Eugene Thompson, Robert Moore, Carl Levitt, Gerry Olson. PEP BAND FlCllllPK!C,liS port lvtmci lt rut 1 vwrioty nt writvitfziii- W1'5: ryc1fU:s11r1.1 ru: lllV'lY mlrm otn1f-t'i',fri- Ili? Q imvrtl tfi wir limiter lsfiskwtlmfxll 'jfllllF'i3, f1s:4f'iiiiJlzv1srxrifi rifmfi rifzs fifvrif- w- ll my lllllflfllllll il:-H 'l'F'i'1l"l g z Egg, pglligg, and Snag 'xt fF5f'1fl'OllS and 'EIO-Tllllj for tlif- tifirn ima The ITlfPllll5f'lF. are timwrfflfxzsflviricvrl, with iiriflffr- sxrroriiritt yells fmfi ssrmfgsi fmt 1I'1Yll"S mari otha "l'ISi'3lFl'.f'lE riririi 'iiwsffwi on llw 1' '1i:ilil',"1I1fl xii'-of M111-g',i1 1.-. Pqge 102 Iohnson's Funeral Home 7 Iohns Hardware NURSERY RHYME PAGEANT DONNA NORVELL PEP BAND PERFORMANCE AT BASKETBALL GAME GET A HORSE! es... ""'1 FLAG TWIRLERS 91 ,I .JK '34--e91 3+ 31 , : My 1 .54 ,...k BATON TWIRLERS Ploxlieode llczq and lmlon corp odded color ond verve IO holl-time enlerldpnzneni at both football ond lodslcemboll qfzmes. The qirls under the direcfzon of Row 1: IoAnn Hanson, Pat Schumacher, Catherine Carruthers, Bonnie Cox, Ann Thomson, Donna Grosswiler, Paula MacMillan, Arlene McCartney, Lorcr Peterson. Row 2: Pearl Opalka, Gloria Fulton, Marjorie Johnston, Nancy McGlenn. lwfl1SS Anno Sozgen have cr vmfle regeriolre ol drllls 'ind formations whzeh qreotly pleased the Crowds '11 'ne mnleliff ooniests. Page 103 Helen Edland Phyllis Taylor, Patty Melton, Marcella Mathiason, Madeline Young, Ioyce Brooks, Palsy McGuire, Ioann Hohmcm, Lucille Burnell, Donna Norvell, Bernice Olson, Edna Windiale, Donna Torbert, Gerry Bruno, Pai Morton. .,. fe Ze W ,mf if Y ' .1 ,x 4X 'f?!f'7'h'f4l9l U Row 1: La Verne Bruyer, Delores Farris, Nadine Little, Iecnnine Meyers, Laura Christiansen, Ferne Arnold, Faye Neas, Cleona McClellan, IoAnn Hanson, Paula MacMillan, Mr. Souder, Helen Hayton, Carol Stenberq, Daisy Mae Thomas, Kay Herron, Ioyce McKellar, Marilyn McConnell, Nancy Pierson, Mary Keith, Elaine Jacobson, Marjorie Mendel. Row 2: Dean Weikert, Ann Martinson, Glenna Bear, Pat Felsman, Faye Dunham, Winnie Gohn, Bonnie Cox, lna Dve, LaDonna Rognlie, Marianna Merritt, Iona Huggins, Rita Clark, Ioyce Bliss, Pauline Hovey, Nancy Kaus, Bonnie Minthorn, lean Storm, Betty Ross. Row 3: Frank Foot, Dale Harvey, Gary Naethe, Henry Ficken, Bob Waugh, Earl Dennison, Tom Little, Bob Cartwright, Ken Sutherland, Glen Ridgeway, Lonnie Urban, Iol-in Wheeler, Dick Metzer, Howard Bear, Gary Badin, Iim Cooper, Carol Dunham, Dorothy Wunderlich, Corinne Hodgson. Row 4: Elgin Wheeler, Clifford Collins, Don Mitchell, Dick Roath, Lee Hill, Ronald Rogers, Arlen Roll, Gary Iystad, Iim Coombe, Martin Baker, Roger Fredenberg, lim Abbott, lim Korn, Andre Lippens, Charles Garvin, E on, Tom Treloar, lim Chapel, Gary Reese. The cziiir this year, llllfiflf 'lie Clirectioii of Nr Edward L. Sou A CAPPELLA CHCIR der was composed ol exghty members. virisic' les2i1'.":l Ln Missoiila Ai til 77. Tlifise wimlveiw were all ol College level. 'Phe Clow , feqgmed G ,,,,Hf.Q,N m Th? 3,11 V , ew aark blue robes, reoeiveo at the lirsr ol rho . A.-. .,. s , ,V W ,, . , ' f. .ws , Q - , V , 4 - , 1 ,, F V lam Grist fir: oreamst from byolcrure. Other wf1T WCW -N311 by ilie xnemloers rt eafli yerorri lormimcres ll Christmas gizigearzt music cle: at WUC94 merit :1sse'i1nl',' radio broadcasts aria lionce-its ,Wo MS' 3-lily-4 f-1Hp,,y-yt ggr rlqs lijflff flillerrw' 1'TflZT'illOYlS ol the ""','. 1 ,,sf,1,- Amee lite A QIEEG-lla Clioii jfxgsv- Lv' use rself7'1 , Qllifvrs ,i ill" "lim: , - Qlrllwiil t,ff,ili1,: 't Sie' Wherfi C'.,.rii:1f1ea Dgirkriess FV! I'fiSlflQIli' E141 li Rangers, president, Mtirlipe 'i ' if- lofzrrilus iw 'inf fvifissefl fl lvi-ifl"lf'il '1l1'l Ari: I tarzigsoia, iiefzsm Page 104 SECTIONAL LEADERS First row: Mr. Sauder, Marilyn McConnell, Daisy Mae Thomas, OFFICERS fna Dye, Ieannine Meyers. Second row: Clifford Collins, Tom Little, Lonnie Urban, Gary Ann Martinson, Clifford Collins, Mariorie Mendel, Reese. Ronald Rogers, Mr. Souder. Row 1: Louise Wilke, Geneva Sonstelie, Pat Ficken, Ianice Iames, Gloria Roll, Thalis Clare, Shirley Chrisinqer, Patsy Thomas, Ruth Kinniburgh, Eleanor Morin, Ann Dyqert, Iane Kios, Naomi Gaflne Pat C1 k M ' ' Pickens. Y, ar , ary lane Wright, Ioann Martinson, Iean Row 2: Rene Hatton, Sylvia Toth. Lucille Wilhelm, Patricia Utlord, Margaret Harrah, Betty Patterson, lean Naumann, Arleen Larson, Laura Greco, Rita Halseth, lone Willis, Iune Heuscher. Row 3: Yvonne Iohnson, Geri Gilbertson, Dorothy Iverson. Delores Foss, Helen Rhodes, loan Herbold, Darlene Olson, Marcella B 1 M D ' Thibert, ever y c onald, Doreen Pound, Thelma Law, Alvena Leubner, Lila Aaberq. Row 4: Charles Stillman, Bruce Wilson, Austin Weikert, Ron Iohns, Matt Garding, Dale Gilbertson, Dick Knox, Donald Millhouse, Rodney Iohnson, Robert House, Guy Nelson, Sidney Storey. GLEE CLUB The Glee Club was newly organized the second semester with Mr. Edward L. Souder as director. The sixty members selected Don Millhouse, president: Betty Patterson, vice-presidenty Bruce Wilson, sec- retary: and Ronald lohns, treasurer. Donna Brown accompanied the group. A number of concerts were given for civic and fraternal orginizations. The purpose of this organize ation is to train students for future work in the A Cappella Choir. FRESHMEN GIRLS CHORUS The Freshmen Girls' Chorus, composed of forty- five members, was directed this year by Miss Anita Sagen. This vocal group sang at the Armistice pro- gram, Christmas program, and other various civic and fraternal organizations. Officers this year were: Betty Millhouse, president: Carolyn Hanses, vice- presidentg and Laura Stenberg, secretary. Betty Mill- house accompanies the group. Page 105 Row l: Betty Millhouse, accompanist, Miss Anita Sagen, director, Row Z: Norma Albritton, Vera Walters, Roberta Smith, Arlene Kelly, Nancy Gilchrist, Ivera Tollefson, Darlene Melby, Ioanne Lynch, Mariorie Hoyem, Roseanne Poor, Sharon Tri, Mavis Engebretson, Maridonna Fisher. Row 3: Marilyn Hummel, Elizabeth Moore, Peggy House, Rexann Rockwood, Vivian Hill, Darlene Ehret, Shirley Mellem, Laura Stenherg, Darlene Bitney, Leona Hogan, Genevieve Warlcins Vava Van de Mark, Mary Ellen Herbert, Carolyn Hansen. Row 4: Ioy Williams, Theresa McKinley, Betty Io Busch, Sandra Robbin, Kathleen Eayrs, Lola Hedin, Lillian Uhde. Alice Storaasli Betty Riddle, Iackie Myers, Marlene lohnson, Kay Hatton, Patty Chrisinger, Erna Mae Everett, Doroth Koeni Y 9- I Raw l: Lois Mitton, Betty Keller, Glenmar Sievers, Lillian Olson, Lila Staudacher, Shirley Cloud, Arlene Poulson, Miss Sagen, Donna Woolridqe, Florence Baron, Ellen Root, Ardith Linrude, Ellen Rognlie, Ruth McConnell, Betty Io Hanses. Row 2: Viola Glazier, Eleanor Holmquist, Bernadine Healy, Agnes Stenberg, Lo1Donna Hieb, Phyllis Clark, Altona Giese, Ioann Christisen, Shirley James, Kathryn Erickson, Delores Hissong, Mariie Kemna, Emeral Hauge, Margaret Rice. Duane Calbick, Nancy Wilson. u SENIOR GIRLS' CHOIR Tl. Sit: 1 Cl1:111 wus lifillixfl llfflll se111o1 ond ll1ll1Ol xlilli 111111 QI s1e1:1c1l1zeo 131o1111. lll the 01 erotto "Wc1lt2 DTQVIIIIII this 111o11g wos Chosen os the special 1l 1IlClllej g:1o11.s which held the i1111,ort:111t spot 111 Act ll, T111s LJIOLIQ, 1obeo 111 the school robes with 1-71 ':1ll111f1f1'1S g s1i11t11l CI 1"1l117f' lfllllf 11s 11 :'01to1111e1j lOl' 111:11 i111,11:1 s. T111-1 15111111 illlnlllllfll State Closs A 11111s11t teshvol Ill A1 11l. ltfhss A111111 Smyexz 1s The ii11-53" zrzfl Bev: Houses IS the stpjehi i1CCOlTli,CIDiSf. GIRLS TRIPLE TRIO Under ll19 di1ect1on of Miss A111111 Sagem, the Ilill'l9 111o liY9l1CTTQd Cl 1111111be1 of selections which they 1 e1fo1t11e1l for IllClll',' o111i1111z11t1o11s lllClLldlllLl the l.O111o11 Aillilllflfy, l11111o1 Cl1c1mbe1 ol COllllHQTCO, cmd P111e11t Teachers ASSOClGIlOll. They also o1ppeo1ed 111 school assemblies. BOYS' T111 Boys Qctet 1e1f3111'1eC1 Cl 1111:1'1l1e1 of llTl'lE'S lor dilfererit 1'l11bs of the Filly' ond County. They olso 5f11ti1111 'ned ll! VI 1111111be: ol 1od1o b1o11d1'f1s1s, Dxrirzg the ye111 1110 3'fl5l 1 1e11c11ed '1 r111111be1 of :"1 r1e1l A1111 11' toll: so1111s, f1111l Nemo s111it11f1ls. Alllillli 71"f1' '.1.'o1f12 "Go l,D"1'Nl' lxlosesl Been Page 106 Dale Gilbertson, Lee Hill, Skip Stillman. Mr. Souder, Dale Harvey. Clifford Collins, Gary Reese, Iohn Wheeler, Bob Waugh at Piano. They 1,1ep111eol both Cl1T1ssic:1l and se1111-Gloss l selections, AmOllfl these were "To1111t11tio11s," P ty Gul 1s l,.z21-1 '1 lVlf?lOfl'1' ':11"l '1 111z111b'1r kQllllSllllClS 1g111ols. OCTET l.'f:'1'r-:L134 1,11 ll'l1f- l3i':1lrff1fi,' 'l l9':'i 1 D145-11t11 D" 'B111111 the WKICIQES Home lOllIl, and Stout He1111 lMfer1." lvlOSl '11 their sele"'1',11s were Q'R'f1'llTll'l'l fl 1 v .11 llf1. Tl11111111e1 'lllflllflftfl the 5111111 lVl11s1f' lT1'1st1v11l 111 1'1111 .r.. lna Dye, Laura Rae Christensen, Vava de Mark, IoAnn Hanson, Lora Peterson, Dickinson, Nancy Kaus, Marilyn McConnell, Miss Sagen, accompanist. Van Leta and vw E uaiififgv, Y 1 1 1 1- g H 1 41 18 'IERAH ENTIRE CAST or "WALTZ DREAM" "WALTZ DREAM" -v LJOIINJIIHIILVJ srarlslinq h1L:11or and a lo1 of love S1gzsm'1r1a, lohri Vfhee-leri 1:ft: lillil-DTE: '1 llfile111, and llllflljllil, Flathead H1qh Schools presehrarroh of SlQ1SH'1LlHQl, lfl 114111, iuoks 'F-fl 51114 S1111 5 110111 111111 the or eretla "A Waltz Dream" was a huge success, and Nrlcr off to lfloscow. Thfv 'i1.'f1rc:o:11e :E1v 111111, Under the Cl!YOCl1C'I1 ol Edward Sauder and A111151 however, and rei1,1111 to S','l'Jf111:'1, '.Vl1ffIYT '.'U"!!lS 111111 SFIKIUII, 11111s11: ?NSlIl1fflOIgS, over IOU Students 111 the a 11.1111 for the lvetwr. R111 0:1 llll Fffllii Mf1:11111:l1':11 1l1':l 11 C1114 Ulla C'l1C11T and Senior 1111l'S Cl101I look ICIYI 111 he C711 1rot11r1f 1 lo4:11 fm: Q l 111 1l l1'1'.'.f1ll 111111111 H113 Xyalu ove11l Wllllfll was pfresenled lamgary 25. him To marry l'lole11e. Th1s 1el1Fr1s13s1 N111 l1z1111 llli' fn - ,, '1nA, ,Q - , ,wr-1 ,Max11111l1ar1 X Kmq of Sylvanra, iDale Harvey? X ltdile Ami AE live 0 Alllm l Km fx11o1111 ls lo marry l'11s dauqhter, l-lelerre, 1Ar1r1 Mar- Qrher :r1e111loers of the f"1Q' '-'4 ' X'--1 l51.:1:'- :uf lvl:- lllllffllll to l.1??l1lOIlflY1l N1l:1 ol the A1.1STr1ar1 Hussare ltlda, F1 SIFTQT IO 11112 211:15 Nw 'fl-Q111' la .11 i111 ' lcilflf Reesfvl, 111 order To secure a lO'IV1 for l1lS alrrioft lAC7Y1fSCll1, of 1111 Syl'ff:111q1:'1 '1f'!.'v' A11-r' P'-'f l,'l1I2' l1'111li111g1l ::o11111r',1. N1l:1 l1I1dS HelfDr1e d'1ll and loorina, a dwfjhess, L:1'11': Q11rLS1v:1Sf '1' i1. li .'1 1--" flllfl, 1711! 111sf1:11v11l 111 Sylvarua. falls 111 love wrth TTY! A't1er1i'a:1 eIf1C1er1:',' iff' er' B 1 A 1. :M , ., A:11er11:'111 Cafe s1r1i1er, Kay Rohmson flI'1CT Dyel. Niki Sigxsrrmzna, of the ,ir ffl'-" :fl11 S o111 or 1: aczrdeh Cafe to see Ka',',h111he13 cadqhr Nxholas, of S','lv:11i1f1 e rt Gg:r',' Nm Flll hy the K111fi1 and his forg 15h courlrer, Lorhar, fl-loward a Smaer. Bormie l1AIf'1fl'LfY! 1'1 A211-, 'l, 5,11 fr ', gil, Nik: frililifi rg" R51 ,ti 'DF' Roatlil and :'ElCIf-S Faris, . l Jvljfff I .1 . 'L ' 'rl I n - 1- ' N- ! I 'f , , f - ' J7 Vid , 1 1 1 J ' 1 lf f ,.'-L 4 , f J . ' n- . ' ' ' Q ' ' f . ' . ' 'J !LV l r, 4 I . x , . V . I . ff ', 1 f , 1 I J I N jf' lf f,-' 4 1 Manly Owen Betlsk 4 ,f V fl I Page 107 MAXIMI AN SOOTHE8L1..OTHAR WITH BUDGETTS PELLETS-"A 'X .I V' I H LOVE" 1l'k hlizzlil x 1 'x CAST Standing: Beverlee McNamara, Sidney Aronson, Daisy Mae Thomas, Beverly Geddes, Chuck Remick, Marianna Merritt, Eva Hallam, lohn Enqebretson Seated: Kenneth Fraser, Robert Iasken. SENIOR PLAY "Professor, How Could You" by Anne Coulter Morten wds the choice of the drdmd ClGfiGflHl6'Ilf for the senior play. The production was in Chdrqe of Mr. David Anderson. Evening performances were qiven November l7 ond l8 dnd d motinee for the hiqh school was dlso qiven November 18. Deliqhtf frilly different describes this threeoct comedy. Men tistitzlly thought Viclcys CBeverl',1 Geddes! trunks were Cute, brit Professor Perry 'Bob lcislzent fwxrtly ordered Vtrtliy to fifrll rind CIlOlO2JlZQ or rirog luv Nurse: Vrriilly siilliily obeyed. At the Perry lrorrif str- 'vverii-'foto 1 tzit of qossrr: Proiessor Perry Ei if offered fn '1'l'llli:?llll ...if he con get fi wife. H19 Schmearinq a Schmoo friend lonn Ari,r,,leby Kenneth FTCISOTJ ond his fGfYlll'1' rolly round to help. lohn offers his secretory, Priscilld Morley ilVlCIllC1IHl11 Merritt? who Cdn't spell . . . dn ideol wife! Grondmfr fDdisy Moe Thomas? suqqests that someone take Tootsie Bean tEvo Hdlldml, d bit plump, but C1 mdsterhdnd with lemon chiffon pie which is Bodqins tlohn Enqebretsonl the butler's fdvoritfi. Botzgiiris enters Tootsie in thc' wife derbv, Vieky, lfvzirzinti for revenuge, groriosfrs fi friend, Valerie, fbeverly lVlClXlCIlUCIl'CIl xi Southern fthrrrrnez who ttriizes fl foul out of every' rnrin she meets. Grcizidg i Sicirit-5' Afonsonl 1-:writ :ell the nfzme of his i'::r5'l'itfx lf,:,,I.'J'ilSlIli',I Fffhllfili follow: Tootsn' Dress Rehearsal Page 110 Anderson Theatre Co.vAnderson Style Shop ,PRR Aftermath Briefing SENIOR PLAY tcontinuedl appears with a pie for the Professor. Her puqilrst brother, Butcher Boy Bean, tChuck Remickl sees to it that he eats it. The three candidates come to dinner and wheedle and flatter the embarrassed Professor. Grandpa makes each think the professor has pro- posed an elopement, and they all appear ready for the dash to matrirnonyl There is r lenty of comedy as the irate qirls face each other. Tootsie and Boqqins discover they are interested in each other and leave for a honeymoon at Niagara Falls. Likewise Priscilla decides lohn is the only man for her and lohn considers himself lucky as they also liave fora honeymoon at Niaqara Falls, Valerie returns to chase college boys again, which makes her happy. ln a whirlwind finish, Grandpas ccrndif date wins, and the Professor finds a wife in the little spitfire Vicky. Committees workinq on the production of the play were stage rnanaqer, Hoy Sather: properties, Sharie Seekinsp make up, loanne Christiansen, Ioyce Bliss, Phyllis Treweek, costumes, Marilyn McCon- nell, Nancy Pierson, Steve Carlisle: publicity and business, Ronald Kirkpatrick, Marshall Murrayp and rehearsal prornpters, Carol Boberq and Luanne Burch. "How dare you sit on my Honey Lamb's lap." X. Xgg in Page Ill i ,Mmm if 4:5 ML T 'N '1-:---if 15.13. ,lf Sreqwyg K f -. x -fn -r 1 Q, 3 .J 5 Q4 ., T,.......,.... 1?iL5x Qzygfgv W E- . A -J,x XA. , -U W-,Qi , ,.,.: 'ii' ,,,..-f is J ' 0: M1 v. .F ' .Dm DECORATING BOOTH YVTEENS 151 PLACE FUTURE FARMERS KEY CLUB sm PLACE MIGHTY SENIORS MORE DECORATIONS AFTER DISBANDING TUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IUNIOR FLOAT BUSY, BUSY, SENIORS PAGE 112 r frm flI'IU1I5 7.0 KK ! ,fl X T S ,. , 5 N l -5 Z ? 41 gf-1 4 Q AL. X :aw X ima"-" Six X gf N 335 fi' ww X x. f- X SJW Q r 'I fisuwx Wm M gf! if Q1 E wa- QW fx 1 XM 'XR if I ,f r 72 :af uf,-'--'ii' 1 f I4 2 -11.6, fig' Q Fl il k X, in Q W N XX 1 -R' X :QE137 ?x"T- -- f' ' - Q Kxfw' +1 ' , 7 Q- V f ' wk md. 9 X 'jg + ,QR rua- fb I-I-2' :A 145 'f 1- h i ffl N iii U if 1. .Nl ' gi- '41 1 ,X . Q. I ,fi v . J ,K Sf' ' H Q g' 1' -F V, L - --, A4 -' -T g , M 1 A 1 'ef' I A V A T Jai ? 'M' lx st E, - -. h... E Mwkl AM." Y'- , -ff, A , . 2 ' 4+ ...Ji Q 'A' -K 5- A 4? 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" A , f ra - ., f ' ' - V D Sznricx Y xx ' - I f A 5-7 f' I- 4 i Z f Q ? Ah S163 J: '-"::i'5""?"iX , .. ' f ' - Q72 "- 1: '7 ii --- ' 4- T-T-. -" Xi: x VY K g . if ' fig' 1 ,.. :X f-1 J ' - A ." ?'fi'4i-23" A Q- if- W '-L":'-' '- ' .1 -, - Aff: ' - -' "Qu 'A V' u , ' M ' ' -' 'Y 1.4 -E,... Q - Scif? an K 5 w . 9 . . 'Q Row 1: Steve Carlisle, Ronald Johns, Iohn Enqebretson, Clifford Collins, Eugene Peterson, Robert Moore Matshall Murray, Ronald Kirkpatrick, Mr. Merritt. Row 2: Gary Qualls, Darold Bryan, Iim Cronkhite, Kenneth Fraser, Winston Mebust, Robert Robbin, Dick Hodgson, Franklin Schroeter, Lee Chapin, Robert Iasken. Row 3: Iames Korn, Gary Iystad, Tom Little, LeRoy Hanson, Edward Fine, Ronald Rogers, Kenneth Bondurant, Kenneth Wilson. Row 4: Delmar Granmo, Bruce Wilson, Paul Kraft, Iames Abbott, Myron Houston, Ioe Carlisle, William Ibenthal, Dick Roath, Lewis Michelson. , :,..tf. .sg :1: , 1- F 1 l' :I ',.llli Ill 1 I,'4I1'1 1131. 5111 121-1 ,H M li l l P PifZ1lf'1f1S :'1 'ev f '1"' We 3 if TTT? , ne. 1 - f V ,K V, 1 . , ,. 1. , ' :,:1. ' zlljx, lj 111. F Ml 'W l W Iii If I1K"f'l if ' "T '11, " .. . .. Zi. , K, 15- '- RC .. -, :I-1'1i'r1 I .11.,.A,:, I ,f31l1:.:' . It '11r',': .111 l11.r1 L' .1111 Tf'2'?'tl , 1. Sf-' Q1 S1 "1fTS'5f -,.?fS 'e Sirffl :tif O 'N .HS ?J T3-V -V Pi N , 1 1 'I 11 1 11. 11 ",':1Q ,, , Pd, Alton Pearce Drug Y- Economy Foods Page ll5 OFFICERS PLAN MEETING Robert Moore, Clifford Collins, Iohn Enqebretson, Eugene Peterson Z , i 5 1 1 3 , X ef "'-by-.. Melby 2 FIRST SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL Row l: Ieanine Iensen, Reta McConnell, Ronald Kirkpatrick, Eugene Peterson, Dorothy Fenton, Beverly Geddes. Marshall Murray, Charles Phillips, Edward Fine, Bob Moore, Tom Little, Delmar Granmo. Row 2 Ardith Row 3: :Mr. Merritt, sponsor, Margaret Schmitz, Violet Maier, Mary Keith, Donna Flynn, Louise Meeks. Linrude, Robert Iasken, Robert Storaasli, lames Abbott, Mr. Crowe, sponsor. Dorothy Wunderlich, Shirley Fournier, lla Butler, Rosemary Aker, Christine Thompson, Ani'a Marilyn Moore, Theresa Franz, Geraldine Koenig, Mary Ellen Herbert, Mariorie Iohnston, Sydne Ferree. Row 4' Kenneth Fraser, Charles Gestrinq, Mr. Day, sponsor, Iohn Engebretson, Leo Dahlke, Billy Dawson, Dick Wilson. STUDENT COUNCH Q Tl, 1 fi! l'l"l1' fjffwlix-'Ll 1:1 'rw lf3'.'f'llllllYl body nl This your lll4'f'Ullll1'll lfvrm l i X t xl E'l:mVl1 z. l' 1.1 1l'll',' 1 leliilf ,.'.,:LjraiV:41Vl 1:1 ugtvm, the Sfilwol rmxoriz. Owe- 'il 'll'l'21" ' V .l Vl1lll'.,.il. ",' Lili-V2'I' ill" s'1deP1iTi1 ':,1?1Vf'l1V-: llfulwlixrlq be '1 lflllfffllllflll f1' 'ill iiitf v V f'l'1'2iV' :fi 'llt '.'.' Eleiiorz of cQ'Lt1i:1l ifJll1i,fOlS is one d1Sl1,Lrbf1x1f:Qs tlifia :might '1. P Visit. , " as ::i:3ti4,:11' evexiis iii Flzizixefzj :mil lively' book wiis 'ixistlifr g Yfilfwm' ' '4+fiL1,iT"i ' Q 7 ftzrriea 311. All the staaeriis ICIKG giirri VVVCIYS Cl 1:z1p,ro'.'Lt1-A If . 'lg . .. e D -1 . gig. 3159111 QQ..:g51Q 's-gresVQ:it1zt1'.'es Tlfii CQSSQC. A S11 xizrf- 11: , Vl --'4 'V , 'Pm Eizgrzti rcytis si '1.,:i 'ill rtiifghf have T1 COllC1bOrC1i1Cn with Toon .5 af., .io " ig z' V- F1.Cl?Il1 ljC'.'9fIfIf Qui. Thi- Ezririe rfzcrns, ill? l1OYT1-F fflllil-9 ill ' r V"- g T9S?'ITlflT1','?F iii 'o suujzosticrzs 'md SUDJQCI. ,,.,, if qv, -rp ff, fy Vs,,,..,,,., T-, ,Q X rl,..,1,.,II.e te., nl. x..l.l . ..,,, ul MI, ,. This .U,m,.2l ,i,m,:,Nl Agzxmrl l S r11V1r1ltfirl:1V l, uw: ' Pr., 'O so1iClQ:f'lwlf1::twf4 xr' my 5' ll .1 Wof-Li. MURRAY PRESENTS Dorm: wm-1 GAVI-:L Pmlmlmlml' 5 H W"Y'i 5 !"'l"' "'.' W1 l I the Council fit the llO4Jl1l'lT meetlrvgs 'tri 'z Cifiiiii ' STUDENT COUNCIL OFHCERS form of QO'.'OTYllTlE7fll pri:-'.V'f:1ls, Marshall Murray, Mr. Day, Rat Redfield, Charles Phillips, EF N 6 Q W A K r Q in ,, I Beverly Geddes, Edward Fine, Mr. Merritt, Don Doyle. A 1-Sl 05-XTUQSTCV Cllfff' f' 1. TY-slilrr , gresifie-rift Chfirlfwci Pllillirg' '- E, Geddes, seoretfiry' 'nfl Df2r"t'Ep1 F-ir':"1. of Seftcmfi sV1:igf5s:V'-1 ,itgf'V 'V Edward P1710 ':f1'1V :J A :' Pi-inf 'md D0rfw't1','F11r1'f,1 R:- 'irzfi Mr. Q!G'.f,'Vv 'IIV1 1 PCQ9 115 Buttrey's E 1 l x K Q A ,,,,: 5 y if 3 'Q Q ' SECOND SEMESTER STUDENT coUNc11. Row l: Ron Johns, Ronald Rogers, Edward Fine, Don Doyle, Pat Redfield, Tommy Little, Georgiann Hoiland. Row 2: Dick Wilson, Louise Meeks, Lois Byrne, Frank Hagel, Karla Searle, Marilyn McConnell, Delmar Granmo, Betty Millhouse. Row 3: George Dennison, Adelaide Szymanowski, Clyde Pederson, Franklin Schroeter, Don Millhouse, Ianice Lyonais, Winston Mebust, Gary Reese, Lucille Burnell. Row 4: Bob Cartwright, Sidney Aronson, Charles Gestring, Nancy Vifilscn, Ioe Carlisle, Bill Ibenthal, Ann Thomson, Reinholt Kraft, Iohn Durado. PRCIECTION CLUB " ' VllI.1:' . ..Q1 li" . 1 "' 1 :"1"1,: sv ' 'V " ' 'zrialg j 'Keri MP' Mais iiie .S nite: 'n-3,1 Lazio :fix D',':Q1i:4 s ' E R' azgii Eiig .lffflf vin, 1:' 9 thi? 1 K 2 1 3 Ll holds il 2 'itil 'se it S l ll ni' lllfl f, JH". ill? SI lf Corsair Flying Service - Crsskrey Carlson Company Page 117 Row l: Bob Bull, Leonard Dybing, Gilbert Passmore, Arden Olson, Mr. Ylinen, Vernon White, Iames Wrighi, Dick Wilson, Dick Hodgson, Bob Robbgn. 0"- .D .fi ,l - 7, 9, 5-Q. my M,,,,,pM F.F.A OFFICERS AT SEED SHOW: CHARLES INITIATION SPATS GESTRING, ART WEAVER, DON DOYLE. HENRY FICKEN, HORACE SANDERS, CLYDE PEDERSON. HOT DOGS FOR SALE CLASS STUDIES GRAIN CHAPTER PRESIDENTS MEET DOYLE LETS 'EM HAVE IT Page 118 Bel1's Incorporated Mcmion Motors JO-mini? 110 wmzzuzfrl m :oc -ec, 'X F LATHEAD CHAPTER The Flathead Chapter of Future Farmers is now the leading Chapter in the United States, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico with seven consecutive Gold Em- blems in the National Achievement Contests. This is an all time record for a chapter. With the absence ofa shop for the last two years everyone is looking forward to the time when full scale classes will be hold in the new Vocational Building. This new structure has meant a good deal to the Chapter and great things will come oi it. The Chapter is now financing an irrigation pro- ject for the County Farm. They have a ten year lease on this project, and it will cost approximately fB9,00U. Since this project is handled by the students, OF FUTURE FARMERS the Chapter has tiled incorporation papers with the Secretary of State as a non-profit organization. The F.F.A. assembly was outstanding this year A court scene featuring a negro chicken stealing case was presented, a lively squarefdance was held western music was played, and last but not least a skit entitled "The Villain Still Pursued Her" was presented. The Chapter has lO7 active members this year who have worked under the capable leadership oi Don Doyle, president: Clyde Pederson, vice-presi dent: l-lorace Sanders, secretary, Charles Gestring treasurer: Art Weaver, sentinel: and Henry Ficken reporter. !"LA1'KlIAD CHAPTER KALISPELL. HUNTAKA How 1: Ray Linrude, Bill Roath, Ernest Cooper, Buck Eberhard, Burt Guy, Ronald Bronson, lim Hanson, Ray Managhan, Gilbert Passmore, Floyd Mitton, Dave Fleming. Row Z: Horace Wright, Gene Doty. Row 3: Hanson H. E. Robinson, sponsor, Tom McKeown, R. A. Olson, sponsor, Ray Iones, Don Blasdel, Bob Wolfe. Sanders, Clyde Pederson, Don Doyle, Henry Ficken, Charles Gestring, Art Weaver, Bill Wolfe, Lewis Orin Fredenberq, Kenneth Bunker. Gene Watters, Frank Foot, Francis Thibert, Iohn Schutt, Bill Gary Naethe Don Howard Don Crosswhite Ira Lewis Iim Coombe Dale Gilbertson l ham . , . . , , . Al en Gra , Brad Gestring, Bob Bauer, lay Kilpatrick, Larry Graham, Oren Ford, Duane Stokes, Ray Amo. Row 4: Earl Patterson, Lonnie Urban, Harold Gilbertson, Donald Graham, Lyle Bums, Don Iones, Don Pederson, lames Kinniburgh, Dick Grosswiler, Lawrence Brunner, Dale Sonstellie, Don Galloway, Austin Wiekert, Arthur Mitton, Don Peters, Larry Blumer, Dale Brown, Donald Poor, Row 5: Kenneth Zabel, Channing Sullivan, Gary Aklestad, Arden Olson, Elmer Allers, Allen Iacobson, Kenneth Simmons, Gary Baden, Loyal Maurer, Larry Meyers Paul Gardner, Charles Clapper. Robin Street, Bob May, George Wilson. Row 6: Eddie Funk, Elgin Wheeler, Harry Moore, Lewis Mickelson, Martin Radabah, George Dennison, Leroy Vanden Boa. Equity Supply Company Page 119 AYTQ V :Inst 'Q Q, ww Wi bi? '--Quran 4 fy , ailing TWO EDITORS CONFER MEET YOUR DEADLINE WHICH ONE IS THE DUMMY SMOKE SIGNALS ON THE AIR "VI 1:5 I AH, ,. ,,,,. X FLATHEAD ARROW I 1 . F ,, ww, ., ,.,.Y .. ... . .. .. .UDV ' fl f.ff' Llbfff T11 IVE I 'H I' .'11I'7" , , . ., , -.I.. . .. . ,A . . .. 1,1C'1 S, .1 z.. I Iwv wi-I If QW-f I 'S M -N1 U -If IU1 I wi Bit 4153" 1 ...-.E,.1 .J ., I.-r . ., . L .. GTI. Il'.'9f,'lf',' . CTI yiflxflgiur 7, ,, I-Q V.,--1 VV gm. . In .,,.,Q,1 N,,1,f,,1,,: g,.L.A:,,. .. UI.. ,MII I, ..,.I.-. .sf f..w. I, IMQILI. ......,. - , f-. E y li ,T . , . -I 'I .- FHM ,.. . r- . PW :-':' AF: 'Z 1' r. 1' '1 43111 PVITIIIC blip- bfi' Il'11ffJrx'1I Asa, FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Ivf'1"'wr.: ' ' TS iff Rb'-gs' bfrzf.-' XM gil H':II'::t 'J1", 'Y - Monarch Lumber Company-fIosten's Page 121 gy b-,... ,.-:-.22 Row 1: Ann Thomson, Mildred Mendel, Pearl Opalka, Theresa Franz, Lora Peterson, Alta Prestbye, Beverlee McNamara, Patricia Morton, Yvonne Strubhle, Viola Glazier Ellen Root, Bernice Olson, Agnes Stenberq. Ianice Iames, Dorothy Redfield, Ioan Herbert. Raw 2: Mary Ellen Herbert, Ieanette Redmond, Christine Thcmpson, Betty Kjos, Violet Roll, Ioan Willis, Yvonne Iohnson. Naomi Gaflney, Beta McConnell, Claudia Sand, Miss Lewis, sponsor, Ianice Lyonais, Donna Norvell, Sally Kirkpatrick, Catherine Carruthers, Ruth Iohnston, Carol Stenberg, Patricia Nordtome. Row 3: Patricia Ficken, Elaine Wilke, Laura Greco, Geraldine Gilbertson, Geraldine Bruno, Patricia Stockwell, Ioan Martinson, Dora Ostrom, Donna Stillman, Shirley Wheeler, Marjorie Iohnston, Dorothy Iverson, Iane Kios, Shirley Perry, Danna Torbert, Helen Edland. Rfvrr 4: Lois Erickson, Betty Riddle. Ieannine lensen, Marqene Christopher, Carol Murray, Edna Wollan, Barbara Adams, IoAnn Olson, Delores Foss, Ina Dye, Barbara Spaitord, Patsy Uitord. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Flatheads Girls' Athletic Association otters an opportunity to all athletically inclined qirls to par- ticipate in various sports. This oraanization promotes lellowship, sportsmanship, and teamwork. By par' ticipatinq in sport activities, members can earn "Ps," stars, and chevrons on the point system. Every year Flathead sponsors a play day tc which the sttrrotindino schools are invited. Basketball is played until noon and then an hour and a half is taken lor lunch and a program. This year the ails carried out a Western ranch theme. Each team had a name and a brand. Yodelinq and Western soncjs were featured in the proqram. During the atternocn each team selected their best tvxo g'i:r','ers and these Kalispell G: OFFICERS Alta Prestbye, Beverlee McNamara. Pat Mc-rt:n. Q t ' ff ll t airls formed tvvc teams 'wxhich rlayed the linal ganie ot the day. Play Day is an enioyable and much looked-forward-to day at Flathead. G. A. A. also sends qirls to the University Play Day at Missoula every year. There the qirls are placed in toains and play various aames. The Uni- versity troshtncn act as team captains. A splash party iF hold in the University rool to comrletc ct day ol . Ln. This cv-int is sg onsoted by the VVo:nen':1 Athlexc Association oi the University. The cilxcers are Beverlee McNamara, pre-sicleniy Pat Mcfon, vice-g1:es1dent: and Alta Prestbye, sec- Teffiry-ttq-fzstzrer. lklss Clive l.e':.'1s is the sponsor. ocery Company Page 123 Play Day Olficials Information ,I wr BOSS' BUNKHOUSE 5,f We -. 'P i 3-an YA .gif ' ':--': A S. " 552-'. N K if I ,.,,:, A ,, www M ' we 1. ' ' , Xa ff Uni f Wag K Wm mx 'Ng x gg , nada 'wk we MISS IOHNSON GETS A LESSON FROM SAVAGE HE FLIES THROUGH THE AIR WITH THE AND THOL. GREATEST OF EASE. TRELOAR AND HENNESSY GO FOR ANOTHER GENE GILLIS TELLS 'EM HOW. TRY. I"LATHEAD'S DELEGATION AT THE HELENA SAVAGE TAKES THE SLALOM GATES. MEET. SWOOSH! 0 Coast To Cons!-Dickey Glass Shop--Harry Hoilund Aqencyglucobsorfs Food Page 125 , V 'Q BUSINESS MANAGER AT WORK PASTING SENIOR PICTURES BUY YOUR ANNUAL HERE CLICK' TENSE MOMENT AT IOURNALISM MEET FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Flcitlieird has the horror of lioldma the first P. T. A ctifzrter gn the state. The Club was orqariized tln your to stirrrilcite interest in the teaching protessrczi The members hae lirzrisllinai children when they toox over the noon liotir ditty with the first :nd second .graders whe some rivfticrl rwrfrctirr it Row Row Row Row ,CITCX JCCT, SEC fi 'TTY vlrri fx Cl 'i "1fi.II.Qf9SLflV.", Illffi " .. Her, ., ,VZ . , ft . .0 ,ci Tiff' TU: tollomzrg l,I..-,., . .. .. . 'wi TTS-Flfliflj . .T Q. r. ' T ' ' . 71.11 Y.Q,1Sl TC.. Eva Hallam, Nancy Kinshella, Pat Redfield, Belly Peebler. Frances Buck, Carol Boberg, Sharie Seekins. Iecmnine Meyers, Alta Prestbye, Daisy Mae Thomas. Gary Reese, Mr. Anderson. Hollingsworth Electric Page 127 GP 5 -in or 'wr' , ..-. , Y .ft wt ego 9 Row l: Reta McConnell, Gerene Clark, Elaine LaValley, lla Butler, Pat Felsman. Row 2: Tom Treloar, Shirley Dyer, Rosemary Aker, Carol Boberg, Paula MacMillan, LaVern Bruyer, Mary Lou O'I-'allon, Doris lean Anderson, Oystein Boveng, Beverly Geddes. Yvonne Geddes, Betty Millhouse, Pat Morton, Audrey Treweek. Row-3: Miss Carr. Mike Stockton, Phyllis Fredrickson, Charlene Keim, James Durado, Phyllis Treweek, Leta Dickinson, Toby Armstrong, Joyce Kirk, Ruth McConnell, JoAnne Olson, Doris McBride, Winston Mebust, Anita Melby, Miss Saqen. Row 4: Mr. Beckstrand, Fred Kirkpatrick, Bill Dickinson, JoAnn Hanson, Bob Cartwright, Bob Fraser, Duane Hanson, Jacqueline Gould. Connie McGown, Roger Fredenberq, Pat Redfield, Howard Bear, Glenna Bear, Carol Murray, Blanche Larson, Mr. Anderson. Row 5: Don Steinmetzer, Charles Gestring. Peggy Ferree, Nancy Kaus, Ralph DeLanqe, James Lyonais, Bob Jasken, Jim Aker, Don Johnson, Rodney Johnson. tl TOMAHAWKS .'l TU V15 l l ll A fm To 'ievelop school Spirit is The mam obyectve and must lzfzve 3 ul 111 'mo your ol ser' " the Temr1hC1'vvl4s. lm lllrill' mfwv, bllqlll orrmae Pet Tivo lxrezz I wrzwltl-wus: lltz' mr- lf ."'.'lJfV1lfD"5f the members 'xsherofl fmt the lootbfxll 'wifi TOlllf1llfIlNlll'Dl illv lust ilmly :' 111111, lllr' EefzslzethillqameS,Ea1:li toll, as fi Piwlcoll to the loft- for 'ie f1f""fEfl llm' 'A,' gomls :ni li, : fll sewsen the Clrllo Sp onsors fi Snake dfmfe 'xiii 'f'liI" 'lflCl1'Q.Il1l ll: 5 g'i.:1i:'. Tll-ee ' grlixrf. 1' also Carnes on the llflCllllOll if l'L,Ill'1I.'1 'ei lf: 17:1 fa: Try P'-eg V f9fCYGfi?lv'llSSC'.1l77lOOibGll slfllllfl. '.'1:-3g1g'::1Q3:'.i'1 zrj: :ns .s ' 1" . . , wlieri ruezmgers fue 'lxosezl Tifepguopgi ine your tiierubi-rs glam 5,-gg, -zsserpf .ASQ :1i,.,,.Mh, ,SEMI :mes 11:13 periorrn between lwlves iii biskeilozzll N l 'ru-fe. The otlfstartdmq even' however is 'hi , M . Q V ZfIl1'1VIi banquet wlucli the f'l11l1 sgoztsofsi :xx llCl1CT , limi.: bl I 'zw zsfzetrzrzll Tefirzt. ' 'l 4 li" ' H' :VY v,J,l,, I , If , :- Tlx? Lillcors oi the glnrg,must1,'f5tl:11or.for ,s"1l..,1 Page 128 PEP CLUB OFFICERS T. Armstrong, D. Anderson, 0. Bovenq. E. LaValley. I Wheeler's Jewelry Store BACKING THE TEAM -.511 I l yt At XJ? Kaffe left to right: Gerene Clark, Reta McConnell, lla Butler, Elaine LaValley, Pat Felsman. CHEERLEADERS The Cheerleaders Ln their perry new, white plonnino :md Cfiffyllllj out reg' rrsserzihlies. These sweaters cmd bridht ordnqe sxxrts ndve done or won- ive dirls were commended for their CllG9llE?f'ldlllLl derful job ot leddinq STUCYSNT CTISGTS Gfld H1 bfmqinq CII the Stdte Tourndment ffll A.llClCOflClfl this yedr. out school spirit. They dlso took ITU crctive fort in QUIVER dt Fldthedd High is the beqinninq ds d literdry proiect is the publicdtion ot the credtive writinqs The oldest OYQC1lllZClllOll Quiver Club which hdd its society. At present its yedrly of the Quiver, d collection of dll hiqh school students. To be eliqible for membership in the Quiver Club, one must submit d short poem or prose writinq to the chdrter members tor their ClIfJDfOVCll. This yefrr the club sponsored the showinq ot fl lilrn, "The Tdle ot Two Cities," to the student body in order to rdiso tiinfls for their fmniirrl zrmfgrixirie. Row Row How Row Ruhnke, Nancy McLaughlin. 13 l: Collene Bodinq, Michael Stockton, Don Crail, L Mrs, Grdce Trethewfiy, cm Iriterlirke iedture writer, cmd Mr. H. C. Sheri, d former Fldthedd tedcher, wdre quest spedkers this yedr. In their tdllcs, they odvised the club members on thinqs to be considered in writinq cmd sellinq stories cmd poems. Helpful discussions were held between the members cmd tho quest spedlcers dtter the tdlks. The officers dre Sdlly Kirlcpdtricts, president. Louise Coor-ter, viceer resident. Evo Hdlldni, secretory, ond Cdtheririe Carruthers rmd Pfrtsy McCulloch, co- lTfX'lSllTOV1:?. Mrs. Mrircifr Rnd We2lls is the srforisor. Page 129 onnie Urban, Yvonne Strubhle. 2: Louise Cooper, Sally Kirkpatrick, Catherine Carruthers, Eva Hallam, Mrs. Wells, sponsor. 3: Frances Buck, Adelaide Szymanowski, Beverly Hauge, Sydne Ferree, lean Lowman, Carol Murray. 4: Ruth Iohnston, Patsy McCulloch, Leon Gardinq, Iennine Myers, Corinne Hodgson, Gordon Raqnlien, Henry Y-TEENS i1I. '1 T .71 '.., 1. '11 1 11' E f' L' ' 'cfm 11' 1li91"I'f'fl 'Flag :ILP :iv-1-11','. T'-1, A ' L . 1:1 : l. 1 f E: .212 111: 1 '.'.'- if' 1' 111.1 211113, Il . 1. 1 -' 1' limit' M1111 1'1v'1ilL'1:f 'lllfl ' "md, 1.11 1' 1f1l,y,v-ww' 1 .7- 1 1 ., if, 1 1. V, 1 ' l.3'lQl Tri Slixiiulcile mis-rest in the fiwlslorus 'IIIKI l"1 The Sy '11 -.fltze 1:ssePml5ly was Yield 'Jil P111 ,ZXLCIIJEP of the Latin American coimtries is :lic Ill Atzieiiccm D151 1:11 1 :mera out Q Scuxh A:i1Qr1c:111 .,lfll"f'i1'JP1 111 the Sy Criish Club SIf1YWli3ll 111'r'x :Lf-1 f-11:1 1 if 1. ll-'l'1fll'f7l Mufti .-ffzff 'Emir H13 1:1117 1-11i+f11i.1.11'.9i3i 55- if 'gif so 11? " ' A' A E-V: l'5'lY"ll3 lf: T, V., ' ,-., ...N:, ,. "1Il'l',' II.'l Page 130 Row l: Lola Levitt, Florence Baron, Bonnie Minthorn, Marilyn Moore, Barbara Bliss, Marianna Merritt. Row 2: Nancy McLaughlin, Ioe Sliier, Nita Minlhorn, lean Iackson, Guy Nelson. Howard Bear, Corinne Hodgson, Marlorie Mendel, Helen Hayton, LaDonna Roqnlie, Sharie Seel-:ins Nancy Wilson, Daisy Mae Thomas. 'NNY1 T l gag lg .l M1 - f, 1 -3,551 s '33 IX ap' X xx X 5 'l!z!'P Y-TEEN OFFICERS PLAN VVHITE CHRISTMAS WHITE CHRISTMAS SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS TALK OVER YOUTH FAIR PINATA BEFORE IT IS BROKEN AT SPANISH CLUB CHRISTMAS PARTY ESPANOL CLUB SHOW PAN-AMERICAN SHIELDTJ Y-TEEN CAROLERS Y-TEENERS DECORATE PRIZE 'NINNING FLOAT Iorduxfs Cule Kfxllspell Laundry 6 Dry CIPCJIICIS Kalispell Molor Supply Kal spoll N0'J1'S Iufjc l ' 5 Z Q ,I Row l: Mr. Richardson, Betty Io Hanses, Janice Lyonais, Kenneth Fraser, Nancy Wilson. Sharie Seekins. Mr. Schroeter. Row 2: Catherine Carruthers, Carol Murray, Lora Peterson, Alta Prestbye, Sally Kirkpatrick, Ann Thomson, Helen Hayton. Carrie Ferguson, Nancy McLaughlin, Violet Maier, Patricia Clark. Row 3: Ieanne Iackson. Grace McDonald, Duane Calbick, Lois Byrne, Hazel Cramer, Donna Flynn, Margaret Schmitz. Diana Calbick, Beverly lacobson. Ruth Franz, Ieri Shaw, Daisy Mae Thomas, Marianna Merritt. Row 4: Robert Iasken, Bruce Wilson, Marshall Murray, Sidney Aronson, Don Crail. Robbin Hough, Shirley Hiebert, Glenn Ridgeway. NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE To develop better speech habits and to improve public speaking are the objectives of the members oi the National Forensic League. Annual events are the speech tournaments, the lnterscholastic Meet at Missoula, and the Oratorical Contest sponsored by the American Leqion. Speak- inq at local service clubs also provides valuable experience. Letters are awarded to active members. The officers are Iohn Enqebretson, president: Nancy Wilson, vice-presidentg Ianice Lyonais, sec- retary: and Kenneth Fraser, treasurer. Mr. Tom Richardson is the sponsor. ,.. . 5 ,- K. FRASER, T. R. RICHARDSON, N. WILSON. I. ENGEBRETSON. I. LYONAIS, N. F. l.. OFFICERS PRACTICE FOR MEET K. G. E. Z. Page 133 H Q , O I I 1 . 5 I , 1 f l 5 ' 1 E 5 t 0 3 '1 5 Y Q 1 1 l j O Left to right: Pct Morton, Doris Ieun Anderson, Iczcquvline Gould, l.uDonnu Hieb, Fern Skxttun, Mary Kexth. Pat Felsmcn, Connie McCown, HczelHa1'tmc1n, Nancy Kuue, Ardith Linrude, Carol Boberq, Phyllis Treweek. DEBATE USHERS The 1111 1:1 1 '1,,11','11.11 1:1 11:1 11- 111'-1 r.111ic:11 L 11 Villllli '1I1l II 1,11-1111: 11.1 ' l 1111.1 2" 1:1:'l1 L Il' '11 1'f1'i'11 sf? " ' lv" ' ' 'l ' , .1-l 'V . 1 ,Q 111- 1 1 Page 134 Chfwrw Conrad, Dmsy Mae Thomas, Don Crull, Arden Olson, Iohn Enqebxetson, Mr. Schroeter, Kenneth Fraser, Sidney Aronson, Betty Iohnson, Duane Cclblclz. sv tr S.. Frances Buck, Louise Cooper, Iessie Passmore, Pearl Opalka, Violet Maier, Carol Murray, Ann Thomson. Alta Prestbye, Jeannine lensen. OFFICE HELPERS Tlietxirls wno work in tlie office nitist be depend- sienercrl oitige '.-Jtzzli. Tiiffgr '-11 'rw not recoq rilvle find firxitirrite. Tliey gfertorrri various services nized os ure tliose of the clubs, but tnerr work is sticli os tiling, :gfitnerinq attendance slips, ond doinq very iriir orront to both students .g1r.d tecieliers. QUILL AND SCROLL Ptetiiemifs Deon Stone Chapter ot Quill ond rhe Executive Secrezazry of tire Soitery. Scroll is rin lnternotionai Honor Society for hiqh This orqonizdrion sponsors the Arrow tfinqtiet school journalists. every spring, find presents rx 5 ltzfmo orirn yew: to ttifr Qtifiliticicifions tor irierxiruersliirf demorid thot the club Qivirig tlie besz :isse'iilzl','. lf VI njltili rotgeivosl student be cz jtinior or senior in tlie ripper tlfiird of this rlriqtie for tliree S'.1ifxfUSSlV'E 'fairs it liorfoznfvfs liis Gloss in sfrliolcislic stfindiriq. He mtist represent the rverrrrurient goseessor ol :lie g liilllit. trio scliool nr nvsr fitter, yearbook, rrioqozine or lionde Quill rind Scroll otiers tire JO'.lll'li.SIll stwidelnts book stritlsg riitist liove done superior workin writinq, Cr qool to work for 'ind it Lrisg tres 'ireiii to rio their oditinq, or business management, ond must be best work tri tli1s field oi sir,id','. recommended loy the stig,ervisor and approved by Saverud Paint Shop--Glacier Dairy Page l35 Row 1: Beverlee McNamara, Phyllis Treweek, LaDonncx Roqnlie, Violet Maier, Marianna Merritt. Row 2: Mr. Chrislison, Beverly Geddes, Sharie Seekins, Eva Hallam, Gary Reese, Mariorie Mendel, Florine Sundelius, Helen Hayton, Mr. Borgen. li 'N-em A .,.,.7 C' s f J N' I Row 1: Marshall Murray. Daisy Mae Thomas, Phyllis Treweek, Charles Gestrinq, Marianna Merritt, Gary Reese, Beverly Geddes. Row 2: Arleta Leach, Doris Anderson, Pat Redfield, Pat Felsman, Sharie Seel-cins. Row 3: Eugene Peterson, LaDonna Hieb, LuAnn Burch, Carol Boberq, Robert Moore. Row 4: Leonard Dybinq, Florine Sundelius, Darlene Stahlberq, Eva Hallem, Mariorie Mendel, Helen Hayton, Nancy Wilson. Row 5: Clifford Collins, Steve Carlisle, Kenneth Fraser, APPINOKWIS Arturoxwis, 'Pie National Horror Society was New members are rrixmrxea .11 'tri uiigressrv fvrifzrrrzfafi lDGCCI'rl?'?-SfTilOiflTSi1ll w'1sr'rcsr receiving its Q"Tllf1i4--llillll '1sserrir:i','. Pins Qzrw vzrvrr by iixierrrrnwr Flvllllllll Htrir rrizsis f1lll'Lllfj the socrftl ixrrd rrflilolif' Cf the sryciefy. iViQlTli'YWlS rrrusi be Jrrrrifirrs and Senior ftcfivrlws if Arnerirfrtrr liiczli sCr1C:Ols. YVllOfIl01ll the ripper tlrrri of ilietr f'if1SS, 41r1Clfl1Gy ctr Ar: ','litl5.7.'f'1r fr: 1306 :1'Erfrl':r: 3, rt 'zwxrr .fiflV'i lwy 'Emir "l1f:r:'1": 9"lI'Wi'1':7l.lf I-r':fi-'rrsllrg ' lt l' .3"f'. 'i'4 ' "'Jf1i. Ii'Vfl 'fi 5' l"ll4 'l "fl '- ,' .rl '-'r. r :Q1f-rs' y r .111 QZZ. 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