Flathead High School - Flathead Yearbook (Kalispell, MT)

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M. 1. .Ik 1 ...A I I 'e l E 1 gsm!! ???-26ff7?,M3 Qjlfijfl ffiwf C7-0' Om jjfil, cf 55 ai lx 3.5 F Q E I Q3 R . iii V , W,,,,,,,,,.,v5-VlW"""" -x - J Q LZ! . Kyiv!-l.fV'7" " 5 6' 1' H 71' ' M F x N sf f a E 1 1 ,4 w S E 5 .f I 3 E ? s E X F E ! E I i i THE FLATHEAD PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF FLATHEAD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL. KALISPELL. MONTANA. 1 9 5 2 Volume XLVI WINTER SNOWS FORM THE SETTING FOR THE NEW FCI-IS ANNEX TABLE OI' CONTENTS INTRODUCTORY FACULTY SENIORS IUNIORS , SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN SPORTS MUSIC AND DRAMA ,, , ORGANIZATIONS SPONSORSHIPS , MISCELLANY 120, I42 COMING DOWN THE MAIN RAMP INSIDE THE ANNEX FOREWORD This is the formal presentation of the l952 FLATI-IEAD to you' students and faculty of FCI-IS. In this book we have put down words and pictures. Words of win- ning two State championships: of an outstanding FFA prograrng of brilliant work done in music and art. Pictures, too, are here. Pictures of seniors as they approach the final step of graduation, freshmen as they begin life anew in high school, football and basketball games which brought both joy and sorrow: organizations which bind everyone closer together. It is up to you to remember the rest. I wish to give my deepest appreciation and most sincere thanks to Miss Dorothy Schoknecht and Mr. Richard Nelson for their generous time, work, and effort. The staff is also to be thanked for the hard work they did in preparing this year's annual. All we can give you are the words and the pictures, but there is something missing which only you can supply-that intangible spirit of memories of everyday life at Flathead. Sarah Ann Smith, Editor 1952 FLATHEAD I i l l KENNETH A. RAWSON, PRINCIPAL, F LATHEAD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL TO THE SENIORS OF 19521 My first year at F. C. H. S. was your first year too. You were freshmen. I feel now as if I were a senior with you. Regardless of how we feel-these past four years have been marked years at Flathead. We have all worked together for the expansion program of two new buildingsfnew departments and what has been referred to as the "Golden Era" at Flathead. As the years pass after your graduation you will realize more and more what wonderful years of your life they have beenfyears of achievement for you which I hope are only symbolical of the remaining years of your life. It has been said that "We can't have men and women of vision and achievement unless we have youth who are in the HABIT OF SEEING THINGS AND DOING THINGS." I feel that as you have earned your high school diploma you have acquired this most useful habit-of seeing things to do and then doing them. My hope and wish for you is that you will continue throughout life to see things to do and then will go ahead and do them. Such will mean happiness and success for you. mwffff ff SCHOOL BOARD Left to riqht: Mr, Elmer Beemcxn, Mr Iim Murphy. Dr. Fred Sundelius, Chairman: Mr. Mat! Himsl, Mr. M. R. Wood, clerk: Mrs. C. O. Miller, Mr. Conrad Gilberlson, Miss Lulu Barnard, secretary: Mr. Kenneth Rawson, principal. SCHOOL BOARD REPRESENTS TAXPAYERS lvlf'1r1lwrgzH1H11-:1f'l1fff,fllwxrflvxrf-fxyqwlrnlwfl li-,' lllw wfmnty Vflllllllliliillvlll'lil was lPl'lU:'lUI1lllf New Annex Scenes GET YOUR POP HERE law-ar HI Ilwi tum '1'f"liT, 'l'l1'-lr:-1 IS tlw culvlmmtlczll lHZ?lll1f'lVl!T" tlw- Im:-cpf1','+fr:' llvllllllllflflllti mvcfsat- H1--H1 W lvllll'llllllI1j wfwlllmrtwtf1xf11wl::rlos114 ll'll"'l ffm "'lll'illlClllf Nw lll'lllllfllll fiflvzwxtlmxcxl 1:lfrz1'lf1xll:"1l'1 lwlll I-wil. 'l'l1f- mlm 1llt'l lN+Dfll"ll 'lm ilu- gzftllcwl llillllfl '!1'J1' H11 Il :mv 'lllll 1-rm'-IWW' Vxfllllwlll wfw111pr-1u- .1'lli'Pll, 'l'l1'i H11'1x1lwr:1 ful llw sc'l1fa0l lmqufl, Tu 'll'll1"l Vdllll Mr, llfl'.Vi3f'Il, ll1IVU l'fl'lIl lKll'lWlY 1f-::yfm:11lfI-- Im l1M'+rw::1111l1 tlw lfillllllllllllly il: f 5rwv1fl1z1'1 iTllf'i'll4rI e-fl11w'r1l1ruI1Il plum lflC'lllllCH '1q'fiv1'lw1-"L-fl lr," llw.-ru wfxmwxrmfl vfvrlrilwmrl lnlllfllrm. LOWER LEFT: CAFETERIA LUNCH SCENE LOWER RIGHT: ON YOUR MARK, GET SET . . Page 5 IOHN H. CHOWE, Head ol Department oi Social Studies. Director of Guidance. Mr. Crowe, during his ten years at Flathead, developed a guidance and testing program which greatly helped seniors in deciding on a career or vocation. He died on Thursday Ianuary 31 1952 alter a brief lllnul. MR. CROWE. EDUCATOR To one who always did his part, Whose heart was here, and not apart, A tribute. Friend and guide and gentleman, His lite was built about a plan And led by faith and real regard For others, every one. He knew and lived by culture, Past and present, Brought it up to date, A key tor us, today. No one can take his place But all can go ahead Remembering him, his helping hand, His kindly philosophy, his smile, his way That gave a heart to scholarship And make him always understand And build on truth instead ot sand. 'Grace Davidson Baldwin QI" u , Q g Fi T-1 - 5 1 Rig ,W 35 , ,E ii :Qi ME "'. , 101 M 33 . is ,Q ' H 4 v-1 gf 52 , A L31 A 1. A - .- .J 165 fl Mx 'X 5 5 4,41 r 4 I 1 . E 4 K rf ft Q ,. Q.. sift sf 0 J' fy get uf Y if 4 6 P . ...,,,.. 0 lg A J is gl R ss Sf W MR. KENNETH CHRISTISON, graduated from Mon- tana State College with a B. S., teaches typing l, Z, 3, 4 and utility typing, and sponsors the Student Council. MR. RUSSELL MERRITT, graduated lrom the Uni- versity oi Montana with a B, A., teaches com- mercial law and bookkeeping l, 2, 3, 4, and sponsors the freshman class, the Student Coun- cil and the Key Club. GIRLS TRAIN FOR COMMERCIAL CAREER IN MACHINE BOOKKEEP- ING. Distributive Education--On the Iob Training Page 7 MISS CARLENE NELSON, graduated from Con- cordia Colleqe with a B. A. teaches shorthand 3, 4, business English, iunior business and typing, and is the senior class sponsor. MR. IACK HUGHES, graduated from Oregon State College with a B. S., teaches distributive edu- cntion and shorthand l, 2, and sponsors the soph- :more class and goll cluh. -...., MISS ERTEL SHATWELL, graduated from Iowa State Teachers College with a B. A., teaches Latin 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish l, 2, 3, 4, and spon- sors the Ushers. MRS. IDABEL IORDAN, graduated from the Uni- versity ot Southern California with an M. E., teaches English 3, 4, and sponsors Y Teens, and is on the B lunch cafeteria committee. DRAMA CLASS LEARNS THE ART OF MAKE-UP English Courses Aim to Interpret Life Situations MISS DELLA V. CARR, qraduated from the Uni- MR. TOM RICHARDSON, qraduated from Wash- versity of Montana with an M. A., teaches Enq- inqton State College with a B. A., teaches Eng- lish l, 2, is Girls' Advisor, and sponsors the lish 3, 4, and sponsors N. F. L. and the Key Club. iunior class. Page 8 IIWIW FCI-IS MR. DAVID ANDERSON, graduated lrom the Uni- MISS ILA GRACE HAGIE, graduated trom Iowa versity ol Montana with a B. A., teaches English Wesleyan College with a B. A., teaches English 5, 6, drama, and iournalism, and sponsors the 5, 6, and sponsors the Quiver. Arrow, assembly programs and publicity. Broadcasts Unite School and Community T. R. SUPERVISES BROADCAST PUBLIC RELATIONS PROGRAM. MR. JAMES COFFEY, graduated lrom Montana State College with a B. S.. teaches English 7, 8, American history, supervises a study hall, and sponsors the Tomahawks. MISS DOROTHY ROGERS, graduated from the Uni- versity ol Iowa with an M. A., teaches English l, 2, and sponsors the senior class. Page 9 Qg'vXK:'ifgv lag.. ,AML f 125 lf 5. an-an .Au . .guy 'NN'-N., X. OF MR. LLOYD WILSON, graduated from Colorado MR. HENRY ROBINSON, graduated from Montana State -College with an A. M., teaches drafting. State College with a B. S., teaches Vo-ag 5, 6, graphic arts and metal shop. and is on the A 7, 8, shop 1, 2. and sponsors FFA. lunch cafeteria committee. l e. MR. CALVIN KUSLER, graduated from University MR. EDWARD BAILEY, graduated from University ot Montana with an M. A., teaches advanced ot Montana with a B. A., teaches English l, 2, shop, and shop, and is on the B lunch cafeteria and art 1, 2, 3, 4, and sponsors the sophomore committee. class and the art club. MR. WALLACE MCCULLOCH. graduated irom Be- MR. ROBERT OLSON, graduated trom Montana midii, Minnesota with a B. S., teaches auto mech- State College with a B. S., teaches vo-ag 1, 2, anics, and is on the A lunch cafeteria committee. 3, 4, and sponsors FFA Page 10 tl I 55 'Lx ll - ' :' lzrl. Q "": ,Y 5 if if? My Xx K , 7 254 5 sf ww '1 Q 5' .NWWMA , K, f , N iffy E '5'g3? xv f W. ,ww 2 1, 4 Vx., ,X V -rugs- - r W 2 S f Q X' .Y , f ' L 'NM ' EN ' v :NNN L X X - nw. ax X J' , 4 PQ' . E 19? ,- Qqw yvlf. g ' Q A vffwqk 'A 2. 'kg 1' 2 NW ,QM X. x f I Y ill W 1 2 ME, ' . L : A ' 55-"2 E 1iqi-:::EEiEs:s::: . - KW, wa 5' Z- x , i k V 1 1? V W ,sf 53, 2 "Qs 1 A MR. RICHARD NELSON versity of Denver with algebra, chemistry, general math and sponsors the iunior class, Annual and coaches the Skl team. MB. VERNON DAY, Asslstant Principal gradu MR WALTER YLINEN graduated from Billmqs ated from Washington State College with a B Polytech with a B S teaches biology und ad S., teaches geometry and advanced algebra and vanced biology and sponsors the semor class is the boys' Advisor. and the Proyectxonists Club NEVER LISTEN TO A WOMAN LETS go plsslolq 'NJ M-www FIVE FIENDS FIDDLE WITH A FELINEfIN OTHER WORDS, LEAVE THAT CAT ALONE! Page 13 Well-Rounded Science-Math Program cz Necessity for a Technological Age NOW LISTEN CAREFULLY, BECAUSE I WON'T GO OVER IT AGAIN. BIOLOGY CLASS LEARNS THE ART OF CARVING ,gov MR. EDWARD SOUDER, graduated from Minne- MR. EDWARD BECKSTRAND, graduated from Mac' sota College of Music with an M. A., teaches alaster College with a B. A., teaches band and choir, chorus, twirling, and madrigal choir. sponsors the Pep club. PEP BAND IN ACTION AT THE FACULTY ASSEMBLY. Page 14 Music is the One Fine I-iris Course that Every Individual Can Enjoy MISS NANCY CRITELLI, graduated from the Uni- versity ot Montana with a B. M., teaches eco- nomic geography, economics and orchestra A-B. -an GUITAR AND UKELELE PLAYING ARE FEAT URED IN 4TH PERIOD RECREATIONAL CLASS New a ' , gn ff-- MHS. ETHEI. MILLER, graduated from Montana MISS CATHERINE SWEENEY, graduated from the State College with a B. S., teaches home eco- University of Montana with a B. A.. teaches home nomics l, 2, 3, and is on the A lunch Cafeteria economics I, 4, boys' home economics and spon- committoo. son the Future Homemakorl. I 5 1 WHAT EASE, WHAT GRACE-WHAT? HOME EC GIRLS MODEL THEIR NEW OUTFITS - - - Home Arts Courses Prepare for Harmomous Lwmg Page 15 MISS CECIL BROOKS, graduated from Dickinson State Teachers College with a B. S., teaches MISS OLIVE LEWIS, graduated from the Univer- physical education, iunior business, algebra, and sity oi Montana with a B. A., teaches physical sponsors the freshman class. education, biology, and sponsors GAA. K ,an si il .nd MRS. RUTH MacDONALD, registrar for FCHS. MR. IOHN CROWE, graduated from the University of Montana with an M. E., taught psychology and American government and was vocational guid- ance counlellor. MR. IERRY EFFING, graduated from the Univer- sity of Montana with a B. A. and an M. A., in education, teaches American government and psychology and is a mixer sponsor. Driver Training Courses Promote Good Citizenship MR. F. E. tRipJ WILSON, graduated from Mon- MR. OTTO GILBERTSON, graduated from Cone tana State College with a B. S., teaches general cordia College with a B. A., teaches driver math. driver training, social studies and spon- training and social studies and is on the A sors the square dance and ski clubs. lunch cafeteria committee. Nj A 1 ...l S... .,,. H Rf .' , MR. IOHN CHEEK, graduated from the University MR. FRANK LITTLE, graduated from Oregon State ol Montana with a B.. A., teaches world history, College with a B. S., is director of physical edu- and physical education, is varsity basketball cation, varsity tootball coach and sponsors the coach and sponsors tho F club. F club. MISS LONITA KURTZ, graduated from Iamestown College with a B. S., is librarian and sponsors MRS. IRENE DUKLETH, vocational agriculture Appinokwis. E. gg:-fii f -.M 51 . amzsax 'X X" ss, wwf. secretary. Page 17 MR. MITCHO PAPPAS, graduated from the Uni- MR. LARRY WEINGARTNEH, graduated trom the versity of Montana with an M. A.. teaches Am- University ot Montana with a B. A.. teaches so erican history, and American government. and cial studies Aand study hall and is on the B sponsors the treshman class and NFL. lunch cafeteria committee. its sr , M3 ft 5,41 T. R. GIVES HIS VERSION OF THE NAUGHTY FRENCH CAN-CAN IN FACULTY PEP ASSEMBLY UNACCUSTOMED AS I AM TO PUBLIC SPEAKING." MAESTRO LUST LEADS "FLAT" HARMONIC ORCHESTRA Page 18 REST FOR THE HOW NR. 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J., 'Elf -ai' LILA AABERGE Sk: Club 3, 45 Glee Club l, 25 Youth Fair 35 Art Club 45 Y Teens l, 2, IAMES ABBOTT 1-Iirnu Class Olfivvr 2, 4, President5 Home Room Officer l, 35 Student Counril l, 2, 3, 45 Arrow 45 F Club 2, 3, 45 Square Dance Club 35 Key Club 2, 3, 4, President 45 Ski Club l, 2, 3, 45 A Cap- pella Choir 2, 3, 4, President 45 Operettas Desert Sona 35 Waltz Dream 25 Senior Play 45 All School Play 35 lunior Prom Committee 35 Senior Ball Committee 45 Teen Town Committee 2: Boys' State 3, Sevietary of State5 Music Festival 2, 3, 45 Christmas Cantata 2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports 45 Reserve Football l5 Varsity Football 2, 3, 45 State Champion Football Game 3, 4: Freshman Baskrtball l, Reserve Basketball 2, 35 All State Football 45 Trark 1, 2, 3, 45 Appinokwis 45 Annual 4. ROSEMARY AKER ..Rosey., Class Otfit-er 1, SeCz'otaryf'Treasurer5 Home Room Oltivf-r l, 2, 35 Student Counril 15 Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Square Dance Club 35 Y-Teens 2, 35 Usher Club 3, 4, SecretaryATreasui-er 4: lunior Prom Committee 35 Senior Ball Committee 45 Assemblies 2, 3, 45 Youth Fair l, 35 Mari- on:-ttr'-s l5 Study Hall Helper 2, 35 Teen Town Committee 3, Sevretary-Treasurer. DARREL ALBERT Student Counrfil 2, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 7, 3, 45 Danre Band 45 Sym- phomf' Band 3, 45 Senior Ball Committee 4: Music Festival l, 2, 45 State Solo and Ensemble Festival 7, 3, 45 Intramural Sports 3, 45 Ski Team 3, 45 Raskvtball ly Football l, 25 Hofkey 4. DAVID ANDERSON Home Room Officer 25 Square Dante Club 35 Mad- riqal Choir 45 Youth Fair 35 lntramural Sports 3. LEWIS ANDERSON npop.. Home Room Officer l, 25 Student Counril 15 Pep Club l5 F Club l, 2, 3, 4, President 45 Iunior Prom Committee 35 Assemblies 3, 45 Youth Fair 35 Student Store 45 Co-op 45 Reserve Football l, Varsity Football 2, 3, 45 State Championship Foot- ball Game 3, 45 Reserve Basketball 15 Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 45 State Championship Basket- ball Game 35 Divisional Tournament 2, 3, 45 Stlte Tournament 35 All State Football 2, 3, 45 Track l, 2, 3, 45 lntorscholastic Meet 3: Baseball 1. RAY ARNO FFA l, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 45 Assemblies 15 Youth Fair l, 2, 3, 4. NOEL ARONSON Home Room Offirer 1, 35 Student Council 2, 45 Pop Club 45 Square Dance Club 2, 35 Key Club l, 2, 3, 45 NFL 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4: Band l, 2, 3, 45 Orvhestra 1,25 A Cappella Choir 2, 35 Mad- rqal Choir 4, President: Operettas Desert Sonq 35 Waltz Dream 25 Iunior Prom Committee 35 Sen- ior Ball Committee 45 Assemblies 3, 45 Youth Fair l, fl, 3, 45 Marionettes 1: Teen Town Committee 25 Teen Center Committee 45 Music Festival 2, 3, 45 State Solo and Ensemble Festival 2, 3, 45 Reserve Basketball 2, 35 Christmas Cantata 3, 45 Aker's Grocery Page 19 DELORES BELLMORE "Pat" Fl-IA 3, 45 Library 35 Student Store 4. VIRGINIA BERTRAND Home Room Officer 45 Arrow 45 Student Store 45 Co-op 45 Pasco I-liqh School, Pasco, Washington l, 2, 3. IOY BEST Arrow l, 25 GAA 15 Y Teens 15 Student Store 4: Co-op 4. BARBARA BLISS Home Room Officer 35 Student Council 45 Annual 45 Spanish Club 1, 2, Vice President 25 A Cap- pella Choir 3, 45 Glee Club l, President l5 Assem- blies l, 2, 35 Youth Fair 2, 35 Music Festival I, 3, 45 Christmas Cantata 35 Appinokwis 4. Hall Motors Page 20 FRANCES ASBRIDGE Home Room Officer l, 25 FHA l, 2, 3, 45 Y Teens 2, 35 Youth Fair 2, 35 Student Store 45 Christmas Cantata 3. GARY BADEN FFA 2, 35 Band l5 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 45 Operettas-Desert Song 35 Waltz Dream 25 Youth Fair 1, Z, 3, 45 Music Festival 2, 3, 45 Christmas Cantata 2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4. RONALD BARTLETT uRonu Home Room Officer 2, F Club 45 Intramural Sports 45 Reserve Football I, 25 Varsity Football 3, 45 Reserve Basketball 25 Track l5 Independence, Missouri l, 2, 3. ROBERT BEKKEDAHL Home Room Otticer 45 F Club 3, 45 Intramural Sports 3, 45 Reserve Football 1, 25 Varsity Foot- ball 3, 45 State Championship Football Game 3, 45 All State Football 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4. DONALD BLASDEL "Don" l'l'A 1, 2, 3, 4, Vivo Pxesidvnt 47 Oivliestra 4: 7 4 Youtli Tall l '7 3 4 Asus:-iiiblivsi I., 7 , LARRY BLUMER FFA l, 7, 3, 4, Clifiirnian Co ndurt ot Meetings 4: Sub Cfliaiiinfin :il Mmilinqs 37 Chapter Librarian 7, 3, COLLEEN BODING Aimw 37 CIAA l, Il: Playdriy F7 'Youth Fair 37 Student Stare 47 Ca-ap 4: QUIVPF C1115 1, 7, WILLIAM BRLNKMAN . . "Bl1l' Annual 47 Square llanve Club 3, 4: Spanish 1 2 tjluli 17 Ijtmrfl 7, 3, 47 Pr-It Band 47 Ge-ixxiciii Han: Musia Festival 7 3 4 ' 45 Symphoiuv Band 137 as ww-'maui-Q.. DE WAYNE BRUCE Co-op 4. IOSEPHINE BRUYER ..Io,. Class Officer 2, Secrelary7 Student Counril 4, TrecIsurer7 Pep Club 3, 4: Square Dance Club 37 Y Teens 2, 37 Ushers Club 3, 4, President 47 lun- ior Pram Committee 37 Senior Ball Coinniittee 47 Student Store 47 Appinokwis 4. PHYLLIS BUCK FHA 1, 2: GAA 1: Y Teens 27 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 47 Glee Club 17 Operettas -Desert Song 37 Waltz Dream 25 Study Hall Helper 47 Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Christmas Cantatas 2, 3. LYLE BURNS FFA 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Bi-Rite Drug Page 21 MYRON CHASE Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 47 Track 1, 2, 3, 47 lnterscholasttc Meet 4. SHIRLEY CHRISINGER Home Room Officer 37 Annual 47 GAA 1, 27 Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 47 Orchestra 27 A Cappella Chou 3, 47 Glee Club l, 27 Operetta Desert Song 37 Youth Fair 2, 3: Music Festival 1, 3, 47 State Solo and Ensemble Festival 3, 47 Christmas Can- tata 3, 47 Freshman Triple Trio 17 Triple Trio 4, CHARLES CLAPPER Home Room Officer 37 FFA 1, 2, 3, 47 Assemblies 1, 27 Youth Fan 1, 2, 3, 4, GERENE CLARK Home Room Officer 37 Arrow 37 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 47 Y-Teens 27 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Cheer Queen 47 Twirlers 17 lunior Prom Committee 37 Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 47 Youth Fair 27 Study Hall Helper 1, 2, 37 'Teen Town Committee 3, President. Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Page 22 DIANE CALBICK ncorky., Home Room Officer l, 2, 47 Student Council 47 Appinokwis 3, 47 Arrow 1, 2, 3, 4, News Editor 4: Annual 4, Assistant Editor7 Square Dance Club 37 Y Teens 2, 37 NFL 1, 27 Senior Play 47 lunior Prom Committee 37 Senior Ball Committee 47 Assemblies 1, 37 Youth Fair 1, 2, 37 Marionettes 17 Girls' State 37 Iournalism Pow Wow 37 MIEA 47 Office Helper 37 Quill and Scroll. DONALD CARIE "Don" Square Dance Club 37 Intramural Sports 2, 37 Track 1, 2, 3, ICE CARLISLE Home Room Officer 1, 2, 3, 47 Student Council 2, 37 Arrow 3, Photographer Annual 3, Photog- raphor7 Key Club Z, 3, 47 Assemblies 1, 27 ln- trainural Sports 4, DELORES CARROLL Transferred to Kingston, Idaho. PATRICIA CLARK upatn Arrow 3, 4, C1rt'ulc1tmn Mnmxcgor 47 Anuuol 4, Hufatnr-:tsl AsS1:stc1nt7 Y Toons l, 2, 37 NFL fl, 37 A tjrxptpt-llu Chotr 37 Cl:-0 Club 27 Mudrxqnl Chou 47 lurum Prom Comnuttoe 37 Assomblms 3, 47 Youth Fun l, 3, 4: Study Hull Helper 27 Student fimro 47 Mustc' Fffsttvfxl 37 Christmas Cnutotu It, 37 Quxvm Club 3. DONALD CRAIL nDonu Arrow 2, 3, 47 Annual 47 OIIIVOY Club l, 2, 37 NFI. 2, 3, 47 Glow Club 37 Operottu Dvirnrt Som 37 S:-mol Play 47 Assvrnblws 37 Youth Ffxu l, fl, 3, 47 Mrxrtonnttvs 17 Bflrkstclqf- 3, 47 Muslr' l'f-zztlvrxl 3, Cjhrtstmrxs Kfontutfx Zi, 37 lutmsc'l.otu:s lll' Ms-txt ll, 3, 4. FRED CROUSE llrxnd 2, 3, Urluvt- lltiud Ll' Assmublms 3: Bnvk- :Ltnrqv 37 Mustf- Fw-fztlvfll 37 Rwsmvfx Football ll, 3. WILLIAM CYR "Bill" Bfturl l, It, 3, 47 Pt-gt Bond 3, 47 Dtiuvv Bond 3, 47 Syntpfltontr' llcxncl 3, 47 OI4'lllf1SlItI l, fl, 37 OVOT' 1-ttm: IJ.-:sr-rt Sonq 37 Woltz Ilmmu It, Stum- Cfyt-w7 Youth Frm 37 Mustr' Fostlvrxl l, 4: Stott- Solo and Ensomblo Festival 2, 4: Clutstrnfxs ffrmt-lttx fl, l'ro7t't-ttouxswts Club CZ, 3, 47 Spfotllqht Hr-vuv fl7 K:-y Cllub fl, 4. LEO DAHLKE Home Room Olhrer 37 Student Couuml 3, 47 Pep Club 47 Key Club 3, 4, l.1outonrmt Govornor Dxs- lI'lL'l A Montuno 47 Bond l, 2, 3, 4, Prostdent 47 Pep Band 3, 47 Symphomr Bond 3, 47 All School Ploy 37 lumor Prom Committee 37 Sonmr Boll Couunitteo 47 Assmublxes fl, 3, 47 Music' Fostlvnl 3, 47 Christmas Ccmtoto 3. LESTER DE LANGE nsunn Student Counvtl 47 Youth Fun' l, 3, 47 Intru- murol Sports 1, 2, 3, 47 Rosorvo Football 37 Ro- sorvo Buskotboll 37 Truck l, 2, 3. WILLIAM A. DICKINSON ..Biu.. Homo Room Othvm 37 Pup Lflub 1, ll, 3, 47 Square Dance Club 37 Skt Club l, FT, 37 Bond l, 3, 3, 47 Pep Bond 1, 47 Symphonu' Band 3, 47 A Comte-llc: Llhotr 37 Gloo Club 37 Opf-19-ttu Dosoxt Sonq 37 Sonmor Bull Committvv 47 Assam' bhos I, 2, 3, 47 Youth Fair 37 Musit' Fostuvul 3, 47 Stuto Solo und Ensemble Fosttvnl 47 Chrlstmns Contutrx 2, 37 lntrmuurol Sports 37 Rosemvo Foot- ball 2, Resorvo Basketball Z, 37 Vmsxty Footboll 37 Goli 2, 3, 4. LOUISE DONALDSON "Weesy" Art Club 3, 47 Homo Room Otttvvr 47 Aunuul 47 Squuro Dnncm- Club 47 FHA l, fl, 3, -17 Y Toons gi Otgvor Club 47 NFl. 37 Sptuush Club 37 Youth cur . B 6 B Food Mart Page 23 ANN DYGERT Glee Club l, 2. MARGARET DZIVI .,Marg., GAA 1, 27 Y Teens 17 Twirlers 37 lunior Prom Committee 3: Assemblies 2: Youtli Fair ly Stu- dent Store 4: Co-op 4. HELEN EDLAND GAA 1, 27 Y Teens 1, 27 NFL 1, 2, 37 Twirlers l, 2, 3, 4, Co-Maiarette 3, Head Malarette 47 lunior Prom Committee 37 Senior Ball Committee 47 Assemblies 37 Youth Fair 1, 2, 3, 47 Marionettes 1: Study Hall Helper 27 Student Store 47 Co-oy 47 State Solo and Ensemble Festival 3, 4. DARLENE ENGER GAA 17 A Cappella Clioir 3, 47 Glee Club 1: Music Festival 3, 47 Christmas Cantata 3. Pear-1's Beauty Nook Page 24 IRENE DONNER Home Room Officer 17 FHA 1, 27 Y Teens 2, 37 NFL 2, 37 Twirlers 17 Student Store 47 Co-op 4 CAROL DUNHAM FHA 1, 277 Y Teens 1, 27 A Cappella Choir 27 Glee Club 17 Operetta-Waltz Dream 27 Assem- blies 1, 2, 37 Youth Fair 27 Music Festival 27 Christmas Cantata 2. INA DYE GAA 1, 27 Y Teens 1, 27 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 37 Operetta-Waltz Dream 27 Senior Play 47 Senior Ball Committee 47 Student Store 47 Music Festival 1, 2, 37 Christmas Cantata 1, 2. SHIRLEY DYER "Shir1" Home Room Officer 1, 2, 37 Student Council 37 Pep Club l, 2, 3, GAA l, 27 Y Teens lg Glee Club 47 Iunior Prom Committee 37 Assemblies 2, 37 Youth Fair 2, 37 Student Store 4: Co-op 4. BEVERLY ERICKSON 9 l'llA l, Li, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Strrte Conventton ut Htlhnt 1: Ii: Y Tor-ns 2, 3: Youth Fon' 2, 3: Mor- ton- -1: 5 .' try Hull Helper 2, 3, 4: Student 3 I 1 ttf l Stli Stun' 4: Coop 4: Chrrsattnds Ccxntctn DONALD FAGERLAND nnonu llrtlnv Homin Olllwu l, 2: YOUIIT lfllf lt fl: Stu- finm Store: 4: Coop 4: lntrotnurol Sports 1, Il: Il:-:an-tvw Frwtbfxll fl. CARRIE ANN FERGUSON MAA l, X: NII. .l, 3, SYDNE FERREE lflmm- Ronin Othwvr 1, 3, 4: Student Counvij 2: Y 'l't-r-ns l: Outvm Club 2, 3: luntor Prom Lom- mlttw- Il: l,1lurxry ji, II: Youth Fmr l, 2: Study 4 ll'1Il llfrhff-I 4: Stutlvnt Stow 4: Coop 4 90' f lil, V1 PATRICIA FICKEN Home Room Ottiver 3: Arrow 3: Annual 4: Square Dcxnvo Club 3: Y Tvens 3: Gloo Club 2: Sontor Plny 4: Library 4: Apprnokwts 4. ORIN FORD FFA 1, 2, 3, 4: Assernbhos 4: Youth Farr 1, 2, 3, 4. WALLACE IOHN FOWLER .,wauY.. Homo Room Olhcor Ll, 3, 4: Arrow il, 3, 4, Assrstont Sports Edttor 4: Annual 4: luntor Prom Conuruttee 3: SCIIIOI' Boll Conunrttov 4: Youth Fair 4: Intrmnurol Sports 3, 4: MIEA 4: Bond Puqounts 4: Tvnnrs Club fl: Hockey Club 2, 4. RUTH F RAN Z Class Officer, Sevrc-tory 4: Home Room Oiflcor 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Counvil 4, Sevretcrryr Arrow 4: Annuul 4: Pop Club 4: GAA 1, 2: Y Teens l, Z: NFL il: Bond l, 2, 3, 4: Pop Bond l, ll, 3, 4: Sym' phonic' Bond 3, 4: Spntor Plny, Advortlstnq ond Txvlcot Solos Cornnuttoo 4: lumor Prom Commit! tree 3: Senior Boll Cornnutteer 4: Assernbhes 4: Youth Foil 1, 3, 3: Mortoncttos 1: Musru Fosh- vnl 1, 3, 4: Square Donvv Club 3: Sonior An- nounvonxent Crwtntnittoe 4: Apprnokwts 4: Qutll and Srroll 4. Wul!'s Auto Repair Shop Page 25 MATTHIAS GARDING .,Mait., Oulver Club 2: A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 47 Glee Club 27 Study Hall Helper 37 Co-op 47 Mus.C Fest- rval 37 Reserve Football 2, 37 Student Store 4. YVONNE GEDDES "Red" Home Hoon: Otlrcor l, 27 Arrow 3, 4, Business Manager' 47 Annual 4, Co-Business Manager 47 Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Point Keeper 47 Y Teens l, 27 Ushers Club 2, 3, 47 Senior Play 47 lunror Prom Comnntteo 3, Senior B-.Ill Committee 47 Assem- blies l, 2, 3, 4: Youth Farr 1, 2, 37 Marionettes l7 Study Hall Helper 37 Student Store 47 Co-op 47 Caps and Gowns Committee 47 Quill and Scroll 4. GERALDINE G. GILBERTSON "Gerry" l'l'lA l, fi, 37 GAA l, QT, 3, 47 Y Teens l, Z7 Glee Club 3, 47 Senior Ball Committee 47 Youth Fair l, fl, 37 Study Hall Helper 47 Student Store 4, Co-up 4. HAROLD GILLET Student Council 47 Pep Club ZZ, 3, 4, President 47 Band l, fl, 3, 4, Manager 3, 47 Pep Band 2, 3, 47 Symphonic Band 3, 47 Orchestra 2, 3, Man- ager 37 Operettas Desert Sona 37 Waltz Dream Q7 lunror Prom Committee 37 Senior Ball Com- nrrttee 47 Assemblies 3, 47 Youth Farr l, 2, 3, 47 Student Store 47 Co-op 47 Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 47 State Solo and Ensemble Festival 2, 3, 47 Christmas Cantata 2, 37 lntramural Sports 37 Spotliqht Revue 3, 4. Adams Druq-Valley Realty Agency-Army Goods Store-Anderson Theatre Co. Page 26 LEE ANN FRANZEN FHA 37 Youth Fair lp Student Store 47 Co-op 4 ORIN FREDENBERG FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Sentinel 3, 47 Assemblies l, 2 3, 47 Youth Fair 1, 2, 3, 4. NAOMI GAF F ANEY Horne Room Officer 17 Student Counfrl 3, Square Dance Club 3, 47 GAA 1, 27 Y Teens 2: Band 37 Symphonic Band 3yGlee Club 27 Junior Prom Com' mittee 37 Senior Ball Committee 47 Youth Farr l, 2, 37 Student Store 47 Music' Festival 37 Senior Dinner Cornmittee 4. LEON GARDING F Club 2, 3, 47 Square Dance Club 37 Senior Ball Cornrnittee 47 Youth Fair 37 lntranrural Sports l, 2, 3, 47 Reserve Football l7 Varsity Football 2, 3, 47 State Championship Football Game 3, 47 All State Football 3, 47 Track l, 2, 3. GRACE GOODWIN 't t 37 iituc timmy 4. ' Hmm' lifwtn Ottiva-r 47 GAA 3: Y Tnons 37 Youth 111 ly Hall 17711 lmi 1 1 t 4 -I -' 2.7 Stuff-n Store 2 IACQUELINE GOULD "Iacque Annual 4: ll:-p tfluli fl, 3, 4, Srvvix-tary Saguaro ltrmw- tflutu 37 Y Trfmira fl, 37 11511015 Club 1 fl, 'l 4 Vim' Pwsiftwrit 3, 47 C1100 Club 3, 47Iun1ar Pram tfrniiinttmt 37 Sffnicvr Ball Committoo 47 Asfsmunlmluttsz If, 3, 47 Yrtntli l'au 1, 2 3, 47 Mat'- ifnwttf-J: 17 fitnrty Hall 1-ltvlp-fr 17 Musir' Festival ' ll, 47 Lfluisztmris Cantata 3, GENE GRAFFT Mtyiytqtil lflnui 4, l'ir':z1d-'nt 47 Smiuu' Ball 4:0111 .xp 7 .'f ff Solo fmfl flnsvrnblf' unttftt- 4, Arafat-mblt s 4 'Ht it lbrztlvvil 47 Sauk Hriiticls, Miliiwsnta 1, Il, 3. LARRY GRAHAM 1' llluln 3, Squriiw ltaiivu Llulv 47 11A 1 D, 3, 4 7 is 7 ssvriilllios 3, 47 Youth flofvit-titty 47 Orch: tm 4 A lanl I ' 4 lnti 7 fmuirfil Sports fl. 37 Rosorvo ltttittwitl .17 V'u:s1ty 1'f1ttt1ut111 37 Statv Clitttltpwii 1:11111 lnottt-ill tnum- 3. LAURA GRECO GAA 1, IZ, 37 Y Teens H7 Glue Club 1, 37 A Cap- pella Clxoir 37 Ops-re-tta Desert Sona 37 Student Store 47 Co-op 47 Music Festival 3: Christmas Cantata 3. KEITH GUSTIN nGusn Home Room Otttror 1 fl, 37 Student Caunvtl 37 F Club 2, 3, 47 lunioi' Prom Camnuttoe 3: Sonioi' Ball Committoc' 47 Assemblies 3, 47 Youth Fair 37 Varsity Football 47 State Cliampionslnp Football Game 47 Reserve Basketball 37 Varsity Bas- kotball 3, 47 Divisional Tournament 47 lnterschol- astic Meet 1, 2, 3, 47 Baseball 1: Statw Champion- ship Basketball Game 4: State Touinamvnt 4. BLAIR HAGERMAN FFA 1 2, 37 Trark 37 Football 1, ll, 3: Wadvna Minnesota 1, 37 Football 4: Travk 4. ELIZABETH IOSEPHINE HANSES "Betty Io" Class Otticoi, Traasuror 3: Homo Room Oltiuvr 27 Studc-nt Counvil 4, Sovretary 47 Appmokwis 3, 47 Quill and Svroll 3, 47 Arrow Il 3, 4, Hand Typist and Associate Editor 4: Annual 4, Busmoss Stalk Y Teens 1, 2, 3, Secretary 37 NF1. 37 A Cappnlla Chou' 37 Senior Ball Connnittoo 4: Assomblios 2, 37 Youth Fair 2, 3: Student Store 4: Coop 47 Girls' Stato 37 Music Fostival 3: Christmas Can' tata 37 MIEA 47 Glow Club 1l7 OpQrPtta llesoit Song 37 lunmr Prom Comnuttwe 3. HOLLAND I-'UHNACE CO. Page 27 HELEN HEIKENS Home Room Officer 37 Annual 47 FHA 47 Glee Club 37 Madriqal Choir 47 Music Festival 3, 4. DONALD HELLMAN Square Dance Club 47 Ski Club 2, 3, 47 Youlh Fair 17 Intramural Sports l, 2. DAVID HENNESSY Home Room Officer fl, Ski Club 1, 2, 47 Ski Team 4. IOAN HERBOLD Chorus 27 Glee Club 37 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. First National Bunk Page 28 MARGARET HARRAH nlvlqrgen Glee Club 1, 2, 37 Charlo High School 1. STANLEY HARRISON ustan.. Home Room Officer 3, 47 Arrow 47 Senior Play 4: Selah High School, Selah, Washinqton l, 2, 37 Iunior Play 37 Intramural Sports 17 Track 3. KOTA HARTSOCH Home Room Officer 47 GAA 37 Y Teens 37 Library 47 Student Store 47 Covop 4. VIRGINIA HAYEN Annual 37 Pep Club 3, FHA l, 2, 37 GAA 27 Gleo Club l, 27 Youth Fair 1 27 Biqtork Hiqh School 1, 2, 3. SHIRLEY HIEBERT w nmokwlfs 3, : . Q., 1, 4, Vwo Proside : SIIOIIIJ r-5 7 .I wrt!! 1 ll Htl' 7 ll . State Altmncxtf- 3: Crxtvtwrirx 4: Sgvvpvii Trips 3 4: "I Sm-'ik tfu llviimvi't1r'y" l'ust Plum: in l.o.'cil Cont:-st, 'Fluid Pluve in Strxte 4: lritmscliolrxstic' Mupy 47 Ciuriifstm Hugh Stghool l. RONALD HOILAND nRon., Homo Room Otfiuer 4: Football Ftffsvrvo l, fl 0 Bcxslcr-tbfxll Resolves l, 3: TliCIl'lC l, 3, 4. MYRON HOUSTON "Mike" Km-y Clul: IC, 3 4, 'l'r4:ci::t1rwr 3: lntlcxmuxnl Sports 4 DON HOWARD ITA l, IJ if li -6152 DENNIS HUGGINS "The Menace" Amiuul 4: Pop Club 4: Squcro Duurw Club 3, 47 Senior Ploy 4: Iumor Prom Committoe 3: Senior Boll Committr-G 4: lntrnmurol Sports 3. DON HUGGINS 1.HoaqY11 Home Room Oitirm' 2, 3: Studcnt Council 4: Ar- row 4, Artist: Pop Club 4: Koy Club 4: Bond 3, 4: Pop Bund Ll, 3 4: Gornmn Band 4: Iunior Prom Commute-0 3: Senior Boll Committoe 4: ASSLNItll'7llOS 4: Youth Fuir 3, 4: Bockstnqo 3: Musu' Frvstivcxl 3, 4: State Solo and Ensemble Festival 4: Intruxnurol Sports 2, 3, 4: Track 1, Ll: Btqtork High School l: Student Store 4: Cofop 4: Art Club 4: Senior Assembly Committvo 4: Symphonic Fund 4. DOROTHY IVERSON "Dody" Holm- Room Otttrm l: Arrow 3, 4, Assistant News ilditor: Annunl, CofASsistcmt lfditui 4: GAA l, 3, 3, 4: A Cuppollu Choir 3, 4: Glow Lflub l, ff: Youth l"Cnr l, 2 4: Mcxrionottus l: Musiv Fostivnl l, 3, 4: Christmas Cantata 3, 4: MIEA 4: Plcly Day fl, 3: A171WlY'lOkWlS 4: Oporettu Dc-sort Sonq 3: Y Tm-ns l, 2, 3: Quill and Scroll 4. IEAN IACKSON "Red" Student Counvil 3: Annual 4: Square lbuuro Club 3: GAA l: NFL Il: Ski Club 3, ft: Spanish Club l Z: Bond l, 3, 3, 4: Pup Bond 3, 4: Oporottn livsvrt Soni: 3: SOIIIOI' Plcxy 4: Assomblies l, 2, 3: Youth Fair 3, 4: Music' Festival 3: Christmas tfuntutu 3, 4: Spotliqht Reevuf' 3. Buttreys Page 29 DIANA IOHNSON ulonni.. GAA 2, 3, 47 Quiver Club 37 Glee Club 3 47 Senior Boll Committee 47 Youth Pair 37 Backstage 3: Art Club 4. GERALD IOHNSON nlerryu Pep Club l, 27 Band l, 2, 37 Assemblies 27 Marv ionettes 17 Student Store 47 Co-op 47 Christmas Cantata 1, 27 Intramural Sports 3, 4. PEGGY IOHNSON Chorus 2 37 Covop 47 Transferred to Libby 4. RODNEY JOHNSON "Rod" Pep Club 27 Square Dance Club 37 Key Club 2, 3, 47 A Cappella Choir 37 Glee Club 27 Track l, 2. G1-eig's Lakeside Dairy Page 30 BEVERLY IACOBSON "Bessie" Home Room Officer 27 Arrow 4, Adman7 Annual 47 Pep Club 47 Y Teens 2, 37 Senior Play 47 Senior Ball Committee 47 Assemblies 47 Youth Fair 2, 37 Marionettes 17 Study Hall Helper 47 Student Store 47 Co-op 47 Teen Town Commit- tee 4. IANICE I AMES H1-qnieu Student Council 17 GAA l 27 Y Teens 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 47 Senior Play 47 Senior Ball Commit- tee 47 Marionettes 17 Study Hall Helper 4, IAMES IENSEN Square Dance Club 3, 4. RONALD IOHNS uRonu Home Room Officer 1, 2, 37 Student Council 3, 47 Quill and Scroll 3, 47 Arrow l, 2 3, 4, Sports Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 47 Annual 4, Sports Ed- itor7 Pep Club 3, 47 Key Club, Director 2, 3, 47 A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Treasurer7 Glee Club 27 OperettafDesert Sonq 37 Senior Play 47 All School Play 37 lunior Prom Committee 37 Senior Ball Committee 47 Youth Fair 3, 47 Music Fest' ival 3, 47 Christmas Cantata 37 Intramural Sports l, 47 Appinokwis 47 Square Dance Club 37 Assemblies 2, 3, 4, YVONNE E. IOHNSON Arrow 3, Reporter, Square Danre Club 3, 4: FHA 1: GAA l: Y Teens 2 37 Glee Club 2: Madriqal Chair 4. MARIORIE IOHNSTON .,Mari., Home Room Officer 4, Secretaryg Student Council 2, Arrow 3, 4, News Reporter: Annual 4g GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Y Teens l, 2 3: Twirlers l, 2, 3: Senior Ball Committee 4: Youth Fair 2, 37 Mar- ionettos lg Office Helper 47 GAA Play Day 2, 37 MlEA 45 Appinokwis 4g Ouill and Scroll 4, BONNIE IONES Pep Club 45 A Cappella Choir 4: Gleo Club 3: Youth Fair 2: Backstage 3: Student Store 4, Co' up 4, Music Festival 3, 4. RAY IONES Home Room Oifirer 2, President: Student Council 35 l'l"A l, 2, 3, 45 Assemblies l, 47 Youth Fall' l, 2, 3, 4: Track l 2. GARY IYSTAD "Bones" Class Officer 17 Home Room Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council l, 3 45 Student Counril Presi' dent 4: Appinokwis 4, President: F Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4: Key Club 2, 3, 4: A Cappella Choir 2 3, 4, President 3, Section Leader 2, Operettas- Desert Song 3: Waltz Dream 27 lun- ior Prom Committee 3: Senior Ball Committee 47 Youth Fair l, 3: Teen Town Committee 4, Presi- dent, Boys' State 3: Music Festival 2. 3, 4, Crist- mas Cantata 2, 3: Varsity Football 3, 4: State Championship Football Game 3, 4: Reserve Bas- ketball lp State Championship Basketball Game 37 Varsity Basketball 2 3, 4, Divisional Tourna- ment 2, 3, 43 State Tournament 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4, Assemblies 4. GEORGE KAI-IN Christmas Cantata l, 2: Reserve Football l, 2, 37 Track l, 2. GLEN KAO Key Club 4, Band 4, Pep Band 4: German Band 4: Assemblies 41 Youth Fair 4: Music Festival 45 State Solo and Ensemble Festival 4: Forest City High School, Forest City, Iowa l, 2, 3. IAY KILPATRICK Home Room Officer 4: Student Council 47 Square Dance Club 3, 47 FFA l 2, 3, 4, Orrhestra 4: Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4: Youth Fair l, 2, 3 47 Intra- mural Sports 2, 3, Baseball lp FFA Basketball l 2, 3, 4. Guest Photo Art Shop Page 31 RICHARD KNOX 1.Dick,1 Home Room Officer 2, Student Council 3, 4, F Club 3, 4, Square Dance Club 3, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, OperettafDesert Sona 3, Christmas Cantata 3, Intramural Sports 3, 4, Reserve Football 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, State Championship Football Game 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, lnterscholastic Meet 3, 4. PAUL KRAF T Home Room Officer 1, 2, Student Council 4, Key Club 2, 4, Concordia Academy, Portland, Ore. 3. FLOYD KRAUSE FFA 3, 4, Iuruor Prom Committee 3: Assemblies 2, 3, Library 3, Student Store 3, Track 2, Wash- burn, North Dakota l, 2, 3. ZELDA KRUEGER Y Teens 2, 3, 4, Youth Fair l, 2, 3, Study Hall Helper l, 2, 3, 4, Krntlas l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer l, Secretary 2, Vice President 3, Reporter 4, Kintla Play 4. Kalispell Glass and Paint Co. Page 32 ANONA KIMES "Nonnie" Study Hall Helper 2, 3, Student Store 4, Co-op 4 RUTH KINNIBURGH Chorus 2, Glee Club 3. ARLENE KINSHELLA Co-op 4. BETTY KIOS Home Room Officer 1, Square Dance Club 3, GAA l, 2, 3, Y Teens 2 3, Youth Fair 3, Marion- ettes 1, Student Store 4, Co-op 4, Appinokwis 4. FRED LEACH Square Dance Club 4: Youth Fair l 2, 3: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3: Track 3: Madriqal Choir 4. MARVIN LEE nureddyu A Cappella Choir 4: Reserve Football 1, 3: Track 2. LOLA LEVITT Spanish Club 2: Orchestra 2: A Cappella Choir 4: Operetta Desert Song 3: Youth Fair 4: Music Festival 3, 4: Glee Club 3. IRA LEWIS Square Dance Club 3: FFA 1, 2, 2: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: German Band 4: Youth Fair 1, 2, 3, 4. fi x 1 i MARGARET LOVEALL umuqgieu Home Room Officer 1: Arrow 4: Annual 4: Square Dance Club 3: Y Teens 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 2, 3, 4: Symphonic Band 3, 4: Iunior Prom Committee 3: Senior Ball Committee 4: Assemblies 2, 3: Youth Fair 1, 2, 3, 4: Marionettes 1: Music Festival 1, 3, 4: Appinokwis 4. CAROL LUKE FHA 4: Youth Fair 3: Study Hall Helper 2: Student Store 4: Co-op 4. HELEN LUNDE Student Store 4: Co-op 4. CONNIE MCCOWN Home Room Otticer 1, 2, 3, 4: Arrow 3, 4: Annual 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Square Dance Club 3: Y Teens 2, 3: Ushers Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice President 3: Cheerleader 4: Glee Club 1, 4, Vice President 4: lunior Prom Committee 3: Iunior Prom Queen 3: Senior Ball Committee 4: Assem- blies 1, 2, 3, 4: Library 3, 4: Youth Fair 1, 2, 3, 4: Marionettes 1: Study Hall Helper 1, 2: Music Festival 4. Kalispell Lumber Co. Page 33 -1-A-ee RAY MANAGHAN Square Dance Club 37 FFA l, 2, 3, 47 Orchestra 47 Assemblies 27 Youth Fair l, 2, 3, 47 Intramural Sports 3. WILSON MANAGHAN Home Room Officer 47 Square Dance Club 3: FFA 1, 2, 3, 47 Band l, 2, 3, 47 Pep Band 2, 3, 47 Assem- blies 2, 47 Youth Fair l, 2, 3, 47 Backstage 17 Music Festival 3, 47 Intramural Sports 47 FFA Basket- ball l, 2, 3, 4. MARLENE MANNING Square Dance Club 47 Y Teens 3, 47 Library 37 Christmas Cantata 37 Office Helper 47 Appinok- wts 4. IOANNE MARTINSON NIO.. Annual 47 FHA 2, 3, 47 Treasurer 47 GAA 1, 27 Glee Club 2, 37 Youth Fair 2, 37 Music Festival 37 Office Helper 3. Manions Page 34 BARBARA MCCULLOCH Youth Fair 37 Student Store 47 Co-op 4, LES MCKEAN Youth Fair l7 Intramural Sports l, 2, 37 Track l ROGER MCPHEETERS "Lover" Band 17 Square Dance Club 3. RICHARD MALONE "Dick" Intramural Sports Z, 4. LABERTA MAY ,Benn llrwiin Room Oltivei 3, 4: Student Council l: FHA 4: Youth l'riii 3, 4: Study Hall Helper l: Student Starr- 4: Coop 4. ELEANOR MELLEM YHA fi, 3, 4: Y Toons 2, 3: Glee Club 3, 4: Slud- 4-nt Storm 4. IO ANNE MILLER ,.Io,, Aiiiuiiil 4, tin liiisaiiivss Maiiaqc-r: Y Toons 2: Iunior llmiii Cforiiriiittm- 3: Sr-mor Ball Committee 4: Stu- flw-nt Stun- 4: Coop 4: Ouill and Scroll 4. KENNETH MILLER uKenn lluiiir- Room Ottivoi' 4: Key Club 4: Band 3, 4: lv-It Briricl 3, 4: Gorman Band 4: Symphonic Band 3, 4: Asssi-iiililivs 3: Music Festival 3, 4: State Solo limi lltisaviiililf- Fesztiviil 3, 4: Chiistiiiris Clflllltllll 3. ,xx 'Ht' ""xw RW A ff SN NETA MIN THORN "Pettie" Home Room Officer 4: GAA 4: Spanish Club l, 2: A Cappella Choir 3, 4: Glee Club 1: Operettan- Desert Sona 3: Assemblies 1, Z: Youth Fair 2: Music Festival 1, 3, 4: Christmas Cantata 3. GENE MORGAN Home Room Officer 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 2, 3, 4: Dance Band 2, 3: Symphonic Band 3, 4: Youth Fair 3: Music Festival 1, 2, 4: State Solo and Ensemble Festival 2, 3, 4: Christmas Cantata 3: Intramural Sports 3: Track l, 2, 3. ELEANOR MORIN GAA l, 3: Glee Club 2: Madrigal Choir 4: Youth Fair 3. LOYAL MURER FFA l, 27 Band I: A Cappella Choir 4: Madriqal Choir 4: Assemblies 1 2, Mercury Cleaners Page 35 Q 4, Nei DAVID OURSLAND Band 3: A Cappella Choir 3, 4: Operetta Desert Sona 3: Youth Fair 4: Music Festival 3: Christ- mas Cantata 3: Track 2. RONALD OVERBY uRonn Class Officer 4, Vice President: Home Room Officer 3: Student Council 4, Vice President: Appinokwis 3, 4: Vtse President 4: P Club 3, 4, Secretary 4: Key Club 3, 4: Iunior Prom Committee 3: Assem- blies 4: Study Hall Helper 3: Boys' State 3: Re- serve Basketball 3: Varsity Basketball 3, 4: State Championship Basketball Game 3, 4: Divisional Tournament 3, 4: State Tournament 3, 4: Track 3, GILBERT PASSMORE "Gi1" Square Damze Club 3, 4: Assemblies 1, 4: Youth Fair l, 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Appmokwis 4: FFA l, fl, 3, 4: Protectiomsts 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4. DON PETERS FFA l, 2, 3, 4: Youth Fair l, 2: Backstage l. Montana Hotel Page 36 ELIZABETH NAUMANN Square Dance Club 3, 4. RUSSELL NELSON Home Room Officer 3: Freshman Football l. ARDEN OLSON Square Dance Club 4: FFA l, 2, 3, 4: NFL l, 2: Orchestra 4: Assemblies l, 4: Youth Fair l, 2, 3, 4: Backstage l: Interscholastic Meet 2: Debate 1, 2: Projectionist Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, DARLEN E OLSON "O1s" Arrow 4: Square Dance Club 3: FHA l, 2, 3: Y Teens Z, 3: Glee Club 2: Assemblies 2: Youth Fair 1, 2: Student Store 4: Co-op 4. we ,,, Q IEAN PICKENS llfvniw Raimi Officer 4: Appinokwis 3, 4: Annual 4: Square Dance Club 3, 4: Y Teens 2, 3: Span- i::h Club 7, 3: A Cappella Choir 4: Glee Club l, Ii: Senior Play 4: Assemblies 2, 3, 4: Youth Frm Ii: Music' Festival 1, 4: D. A. R. Award 4: Quivey Club 2, 4, President 4. DOREEN POUND Chorus 2: Llloe Club 3: Co op 4. ALBERT PRESTRUDE HAI.. Homrr Room Ottiver 12: Key Club 3, 4: Reserve llumtluall IZ: Appiriokwis 4. IEANNETTE PRICE l'llA l, ZZ, 3: A Cappella Choir 3, 4: Student Chit: 4 . 1 - . DOROTHY REDFIELD FHA l, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3: State Convention at Billings 3: GAA 1, Z Y Teens QT, 3: All Srhool Play l: Assemblies l, 3: Library 3: Youth Fair 3, 4: Study Hall Helper 4: Student Store 4: Christmas Cantata 3, IEANETTE REDMAN Home Room Oflicor 1, 4: Student Counvil l: CAA 1, 2, 3: Y Teens 2: Band 1, 2: Assemblies 2: Youth Fair l, 2: Student Store 4: Co-op 4: Music Festival 1, 2. HARLEY REMINGTON Class Officer 3, Vife President: Home Room Olli- cer 3: Varsity Football 3, 4: State Charnpionsliip Game 3, 4: All State Football 3, 4: Track 3: ln- torscholastic 3, ARNOLD RIEBE "Arnie" Class Olliver 3, President: Home Room Otliver l, 23 F Club 3, 3, 4: Band l, 3: lumor Prom Com- mittee 3: Sc-mor Hall Committee 4: Assemblies 3, 4: Youth Fair 2, 3: Music Festival 1: Reserve Football l, 2: Varsity Football 3, 4: Reserve Basketball 1, 3: Varsity Basketball 3: State Championship Football Game 3, 4: Divisional Basketball Tournament 3: State Basketball Tour- nament 3: All State Football 3, 4: Track 1, 3, 3, 4: lnterscholastiv Meet l, il, 3, 4: Student Counvil 4: State Championship Basketball Game 3. O. A. lccobson, Insurance and T. M. Pickens, Real Estate-Glacier Dairy Page 37 HARRY SANFORD Glee Club 3. MARGARET SCHMITZ "Marnie" Class Officer 3, Secretary5 Home Room Officer 2, 3, 45 Student Council 25 Appinokwis 3, 45 Arrow 3, 45 Annual 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Square Dance Club 35 Y Teens 2, 35 NFL 25 Band 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Sen- ior Play 45 Iunior Prom Committee 35 Senior Ball Committee 45 Assemblies 2, 3, 45 Youth Fair 2, 3, 45 Music Festival 2, 3, 45 State Solo and En- semble Festival 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, Secretary- Treasurer 35 Helena l-liqh School l. SANDRA SCHUMACHER Pep Club lr Fl-IA 15 Twtrlers 2, 45 Library 2, 35 Student Store 45 Co-op 45 Music Festival 2, State Solo and Ensemble Festival 25 Conrad 15 Poison 2: Grand Coulee, Washington 3. GERALDINE SHAW uleriu Home Room Officer l, 2, 3, 45 Student Council l: Arrow 3, 4, Ad Manaqer 45 Annual 45 Y Teens 2, 35 NFL 25 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Symphonic Band 3, 45 Senior Play 45 lunior Prom Committee 35 Senior Ball Committee 45 Assem- blies 45 Youth Fair l, 25 Marionettes l5 Music Festival 1, 3, 45 State Solo and Ensemble Fest- ival 4: Quill and Scroll 4, Dr. Orser, Dentist Page 38 MAUREEN RILEY Y Teens 25 Glee Club 35 Youth Fair 15 Student Store 3, 45 Co-op 45 Music Festival 35 Christmas Cantata l, 2. GORDON ROGNLIEN Arrow 2, 3, 45 Square Dance Club 3, 4, Presie dent 45 NFL 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 25 Operetta Desert Song 35 All School Play 35 Assemblies l, 2, 3, 45 Youth Fair 35 Backstage 3, 45 Christmas Cantata 2, 35 lnterscholastic Meet 2, 35 Quiver Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Secretary 4, VIOLET ROLL Annual 45 Square Dance Club 3, 45 GAA l, 2, 3, 45 Y Teens 3, 45 Ouiver Club 45 Spanish Club l, 25 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Operettas-Desert Sona 35 Waltz Dream 25 Senior Play 45 Assemblies 15 Library 45 Youth Fair 35 Study Hall Helper l, 25 Music Festival 2, 3, 4. MARIORIE ROWE Glee Club l, 45 Student Store 45 Co-op 45 Y Teens 2. NEILS SLITEB uloen Homo Room Officer l, 2, 4: Annual 4: Pep Club 4: Key Club 4: Spanish Club 2: Senior Ball Com- mittee 4: Teen Town Committee 4: Teen Center Committee 4, President: Reserve Basketball 2: Track 2: Intramural Sports 4: Concordia Acad- omy, Portland, Oregon 3. SARAH SMITH Home Room Officer 3, 4: Arrow 4: Annual 4, Editor: FHA 3: Ouivor Club 4: Youth Fair 3: Girls' State 3: Teen Town Committee 4: Teen Center Committee 4: Appinokwis 4: MIEA 4: Iournalism Pow Wow 4: Quill and Scroll 4: In- dependence Iunior High School I: William Chris- man Hiqh School, Independence, Missouri 2. GENEVA SONSTELIE Hamm Room Officer 3, 4: FHA l, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club I, 3: Madriqal Choir 4: Iunior Prom 3: Study Hall Helper 4: Music Festival l, 3, 4. IEANNETTE SPEER Annual 4: GAA 2: Y Teens I, 2: Band 2, 3: Mad- riqal Choir 4: Senior Play 4: All School Play 3: Somor Ball Committee 4: Assemblies 3: Youth Fair 2, 3: Student Store 4: Co-op 4: Music: Fest- ival 3. t MICHAEL STOCKTON Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4: Square Dance Club 3, 4: Ski Club l, 2: Backstage 3, 4: Track l, 2: Quiver Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4. PATRICIA STOCKWELL upatu FHA 1: GAA 1, 2: Y Teens 2: Assemblies I, 2: Youth Fair l: Student Store 4: Co-op 4: Fresh- man Girls' Chorus. DUAN E STOKES FFA 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 4: Assemblies 1: Youth Fair I, 2. DALE M. STORAASLI nskin., Home Room Officer 2, 4: Student Council 4: Annual 4: Glee Club 3: Madriqal Choir 4: Operettas Desert Song 3: Waltz Dream 2: All School Play 2, 3: Iunior Prom Committee 3: Assemblies 2, 3, 4: Youth Fair 1, 3, 4: Music Festival 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4: Reserve Football 2: Track 1, 2: Interscholastic Meet 2, 3, 4: Hockey Club I, 2, 3, 4: Arrow 3. I. C. Penney Co. Page 39 KENNETH SUTHERLAND 11Ken.: Class Officer l, 2, Home Room Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council l, 4, Appinokwis 3, 4, F Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Key Club 4, A Cappella Choir 2, Operettaf Waltz Dream 2, lunior Prom Committee 3, Senior Ball Committee 4, Assem- blies 3, 4, Boys' State 3, Music Festival 2, Re- serve Football l, 2, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, State Championship Football Game 3, 4, Reserve Basketball l, 2, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, State Championship Basketball Game 3, 4, Divisional Tournament 2, 3, 4, State Tournament 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. BONNIE SWANBERG "Swanie" Youth Fair 3, Study Hall Helper 3, Art Club 4. MARCELLA THIBERT "Marcie" Home Room Officer l, Arrow 3, 4, Square Dance Club 2, 3, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 3, 4, Y Teens 2, 3, Glee Club l, 2, Study Hall Helper 4. CHRISTINE THOMPSON "Chris" Youth Fair l, 2, Home Room Officer 1, Student Council l, 2, 4, Appinokwis 41 GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4. Conrad National Bank Page 40 I AMES STRODTBECK fllimlf Home Room Officer 2, F Club 2, 3, 4, Iunior Prozn Committee 3, Senior Ball Committee 4, Assem- blies 2, 3, 4, lntramural Sports 4, Reserve Foot- ball 1, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, State Champion- ship Football Game 3, 4, Reserve Basketball 2, 3, All State Football 4: Track l, 2, 3, 4, Inter- scholastic Meet 2, 3, 4. YVONN E STRUBLE Home Room Officer 4, GAA l, 2, 3, Y Teens l, 2, Ouiver Club l, 2, 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Assemblies l, 2, Study Hall Helper 4, Ushers Club 2, 3, 4, President 4. LONA SUNDBY "Sambo" Arrow l, 4, GAA 1, 2: Y Teens 2, Assemblies 2, Library 2, Youth Fair 3, Marionettes l. WALTER SUNDELIUS "Cactus" Square Dance Club 3, Key Club 4, Band 4, Music Fiestival 4, Track 3, Madriqal Choir 4, Vice Pres- i ent. GALE THOMPSON Home Room Officer 1, 47 Student Council 3: Key Club 47 Study Hall Helper 27 Intramural Sports 3, 47 Reserve Basketball 27 Track 37 Hockey Club l, 47 Appinokwis 4. DONNA TORBERT Home Room Officer 37 Student Council 47 Arrow 47 Annual 47 GAA 1, 27 Y Teens 2, 3: Twirlers 1, ,2 3, 47 Senior Ball Committee 47 Assemblies 27 Youth Fair l, 2, 37 Marionettes 1: Study Hall Helptfr 4, SYLVIA TOTH Home Room Officer 47 Annual 4: Y Teens 2, 37 A Cappella Choir 3, 47 Glee Club 27 Operettaff' Desert Sonq 37 Senior Ball Committee 47 Study Hall Helper 1, 47 Student Store 47 Co-op 47 Music Festival 3, 47 Christmas Cantata 3. PATSY UFFORD GAA l, 2, 3, 47 Y Teens 3, 47 Orchestra 2, 37 A Cappella Choir 3, 47 Glee Club 1, Z7 Operetta ll:-seit Sanq 37 Christmas Cantata 3, 4, PAT VAUGHN Square Dance Club 47 GAA 3, 47 Glee Club 3, 47 Music Festival 37 Great Falls High School, Great Falls, Montana 1, 2. MARVIN WANG Youth Fair 17 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 37 Track l, 2. DELORES WESTERBERG uDeeu Band 2, 3, 47 Pep Band 3, 47 A Cappella Choir 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 37 Music Festival 3: Glasgow, Montana 17 Canclo, North Dakota 2, 3. LOUISE WILHELM FHA l, 2, 3, 4, Historian 47 Glee Club l, 2, 37 Madriqal Choir 4: Assemblies 17 Music Festival 3. Dr. I. D. Roche. Dentist Page 41 RICHARD WILSON ,.Dick,, Home Room Officer l, 37 Student Council 1, 2, 37 Appinokwis 3, 47 Annual 47 F Club 1, 2, 3, 47 Square Dance Club 37 Key Club 3, 4, Vice Presi- dent 47 Junior Prom Committee 37 Senior Ball Com- mittee 47 Teen Town Committee 37 Boys' State 37 Reserve Football l7 Varsity Football 2, 3, 47 State Championship Football Game 3, 47 Varsity Basketball l, 2, 3, 47 State Championship Bas- ketball Game 3, 47 Divisional Tournament l, 2, 3, 47 State Toirnarnent 1, 2, 3, 47 All State Foot- ball 3, 47 All State Basketball 3, 47 Track 2, 3, 47 lnterscholastic Meet 2, 3, 4, MARTHA WILSON Class Officer 4, Treasurer7 Home Room Officer 3, 47 Appinokwis 3, 4, Secretary 47 FHA 3, 4, President 47 GAA 37 Y Teens 37 Glee Club 37 All School Play 37 Library 47 Student Store 47 Coeop 47 Girls' State Alternate 37 Music Fest- ival 3, EDNA WINDIATE Home Room Officer 2, 47 Twirlers 27 Glee Club 37 Youth Fair 27 Student Store 3, 47 Co-op 4. IAMES LOUIS WRIGHT ulirnu Appinokwis 3, 47 Square Dance Club 37 FFA 1, 7, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 47 Projectionists Club Z, 3, 4, Secreary 47 Student Council Pres- ident 4. Tobias Portrait Shop Page 42 LUCILLE WILHELM FHA l, 2, 3, 47 Glee Club 1, 2, 37 Madriqal Choir 47 Assemblies 17 Music Festival 3. ELAINE WILKE Arrow 37 Annual 47 Square Dance Club 37 GAA 1, 27 Y Teens 27 Orchestra 27 37 Glee Club 27 L1- brary 47 Study Hall Helper 47 Music Festival 37 Appinokwis 4. PATSY WILLIAMS upai., Home Room Officer 47 Annual 47 Senior Play 47 Assemblies 27 Library 37 Youth Fair 37 Backstaqo 37 Art Club 4, Vice President Appinokwis 4, I ON E WILLIS Arrow l, 2, 3, Art Editor7 Y Teens 2, 37 Orchesf tra 37 A Cappella Choir 3, 47 Glee Club l, 2, Secretary 27 Operetta-Desert Sonq 37 Senior Ball Committee 47 Youth Fair 1, 27 Marionettes I7 Study Hall Helper 47 Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 47 State Solo and Ensemble Festival 3, 47 Christmas Can- tata l, 37 GAA 1, 27 Assemblies l, 2, 3, 47 En- semble 4. MARY IANE WRIGHT nlqnieu GAA l, 2, 3: Y Teens 27 Glee Club 25 Senior Ball Commlitee 47 Teen Town Commltlee l, 2. DOROTHY WUNDERLICH Home Room Officer 3: Student Councrl 2: Square Dance Club 3: FHA 1, 21 A Cappella Choir Il: Glee Club l: Operelta Desert Sonq 3: Youth Fair 3g Student Store 47 Co-op 4. Late Entries K ,.. - . iw sn-2 LEO De WINTER DELORES HISSONG BALDAUF GLEN HAYEN Not Pictured: STANLEY GRONLEY DONALD SUND SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS VICE PRESIDENT. RON OVERBY: SECRETARY. RUTH FRANZ: TREASURER, MARTHA WILSON: PRESIDENT, IIM ABBOTT. Blue and While Auto Court-Conrad Agency Page 43 I ,L ,S wr 5 W YOU TELL 'EM, HARRY FLATI'IEAD'S MIGHTY I-IUNTERS RETURN WITH PRIZE BICYCLE BUILT FOR THREE IUST A LITTLE SOMETHING WE COOKED UP Cummings Standard Ser- vice-Dr. Curry, Dentist Page 44 SENIOR MEASUREMENTS-HEIGHT 6' 8" HEAD SIZE 101X2" - Q ' ' ' ,-1 ' ' .'.1a- f ' ' ' w- L -1 'Ai' , -1,11-1? uqflzq-, ,FW 1 1.-. ,, U u O 1 P ag 4+ 2 5 1 1 ,tl Yu ji. . . -A, .H-. f3J'wSM1'f' ,,,, . 'I I A .4, .J , F .' .T UNIORS I 15752 -1-. sr Y. .' , . .f"," x' .-" ." H" 'L' . ' " .W-N' .V ' - ,-. .: 1.1 .f Q: J, N rf . 4- ...,.--gf '......-Q ...uf 4.-ff f A x . . .7 ,KE .,-.. 51.95 71 Af. aj-' ,gg . Mal ,-gk, , 1 y 'wwfi ,A flax' . v , L s- -. 5, ... x ,U .1 74 Y , N1 '44 . A.-ill? - -A '31 Y Af: .-li vf. ,L-J ,IS , 4' M -2 ,,,-M54 . fi'-L1 ' m. 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'X I LARRY MEYERS ARVIN MILLER IACK MILLER IERRY MILLER MARVIN MILLER BETTY MILLHOUSE IOYCE MILNER DONALD MITCHELL Kalispell Plumbing 6 Heating Main Street Furniture Page 51 DICK MOCKBEE ELIZABETH MOORE MARILYN MOORE CHARLOTTE MORRISON MARY ESTER MUNRO ARLENE MURER ROSE NELSON ROBERT NORDQUIST SHIRLEY OESCH IOANNE OLSON DORA LEE OSTROM ALLEN OVERTON Three Iunior Boys on Varsity Basketball Squad HOWARD PAULLIN SHIRLEY PERRY VERNE PETERSON ROSAINNE POOR MIKE POSTON WILLIAM PRITCHETT EDWARD PROEFROCK IIM REYNOLDS Montgomery Ward 6 Payne :S Bolton Page 52 CHARLES RHODES PAT RICKETT BILL ROATH CARL ROBBE SANDRA ROBBIN REXANN ROCKWOOD ARLEN ROLL ROBERT ROSS HOWARD RUBY HARVEY RUEGSEGGER SHIRLEY SAND DICK SAVAGE Iunior Boys Participate in Boys State IOE SCHUMACHER ELAINE SHOBERG IERRY SIDERIUS ALOUISE SMITH MARY SMITH ROBERTA SMITH VERDA SOMMERS DALE SONSTELIE Propane Company Smitly's Triple XXX ' Page 53 LAURA STENBERG ALICE STORAASLI SID STOREY CHANNING SULLIVAN IACK SZYMANOWSKI LOUISE TENNANT FRANCES THIBERT IVERA TOLLEFSON TOM TRELOAR AUDREY TREWEEK SHARON TRI VAVA VAN DE MARK Thirteen Iuniors Attend High School Week KENNETH VEIGEL VERNON VLASAK VERA WALTERS GENEVIEVE WARKINS IACK WARNER GENE WATTERS EARL WEED KENNETH WEED Flathead Electric Cooperative. Inc. AI's Food Shop Page 54 IIM WEHR RICHARD WEHR AUSTIN WEIKERT DEAN WHEELER IOY WILLIAMS MARGARET WUNDERLICH IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS TREASURER. BOB FRASER: SECRETARY, MARY SMITH: PRESIDENT, IERRY SIDERIUS: VICE PRESIDENT, IIM MEBUST. Braunbergeri Jewelry-California Station No. l City Transfer-Croskrey Motors Page 55 GUY NELSON MODELS THE NEW ATOM- IC CHAPEAU ISUPPORTED BY DICK ROATI-Il WHICH WILL BE THE FEATURE OF THE Zlst CENTURY. Y Jig! SIDERIUS GIVES THEM THE WORD HOME ROOMS IN ACTION Page I MY DEAR, IT'S LOVELY AW-COME ON AND SMILE THESE KIDS KVOVV HOW TO DO IT pn CHECK RO OM S... ' ' 't?w.f7", Lg. ':-Sh' X ju" 'H'Ij"i5Wimv7f-' 'n'1rj'1".L .ff - 4 ,ul - vm., -E U, .. , 'g ' ' f ' o 1 3 1 , ' ' 1 1 V , 'ff' f' 5:7 V ' ,:1' ,A ' , y di--,f.p,. I 'X .f -f 1 5 f 1 f , r . . 4,1 b -f-ff .gf Q r M. 3 5 img .5 4 ,. - ' .' ,-' I -KJ!-v 1, ll ic? 'A. , . . fm, 43, 1, ' 3" ,A v-gp , ' .59 .. 1 ., -...G . k v 5. A N ,J ,, ' , - . . -W, , U f -I I-lvf 'N' JK . 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Howard Shoe Shine Parlor lordan's Cale Kalispell Motor Supply in Page 51 Sharon Ecklund, Lorna Everett, Iames Farrington, Pat Farris, IoAnne Fenske, James Fleming George Popp, Carol Frach, Don Franklin, Marlin French, Arnold Fulbright, Donald Fulbright Margaret Gassert, Carol Gehle, Patrick Gibney, Roberta Gibson, Alice Giesey, lim Gilbertson Ann Gordon, Hazel Gordon, Paul Goss. Darlene Grcnley, Ruth Grosswilor, Gayle Halseth Two Sophomores on Varsity Football Squad Wayne Halverson, Margaret Hanes, Rose Marie Hanses, Luann Hanson, Ava Harder, Worden Hardy Nancy Harmon. Fay Harris, Myrna Hastings. Larry Hauq. Denise Hauqe, Gene Hawk Chris Hayen, Shirley Hegqen. Robert Heitziq, Shirley Henkel, Wilma Herbold. Frank Herron al .V F 'ff Rl of Q? fb? if .ga 3 wi 1 Q' 452: if Q, 4 'fb QQ f 5 Rena Hissong, Iim Hosford, Ethel Houston, Richard Howell, Ronald Hoye, Shirley Hummel lames Hunt, Carol Hurdle, Herbert 3 Iverson, Beatrice Iackson. Kathryn Iasken, Avis Iohnson Kelly Furniture T. S. Landry, Distributor Larson Implement Co. O. K. Rubber Welders Page 58 ws MX vi 5' K 'Ka ,XXX Roger lohnson, Amber Karstetter. Ray- mond Kauffman, Sanford Kauffman Gary Keierlebar. Ioyce Keiorleber Velma Kelley. Leonard Kent. Enid Kessner, Iohn Kinniburqh. Barbara Kinshella, Patsy Kinshella Mearl Kirkland. Aldona Klisis. Carl Knutson. Bessie Kocar. Dick Koford, Betty Lou Kramer Alice Krause. Bonnie Krueger. lim Lanktree, l.aVon La Valley. Gay- beth Learn. Patricia Le Duc Sophomore Dance is Big Success it i 6 of Iohn Leib. Cecil Leitch, Dennis Lenon. Daryl Levitt. Iames Levitt. Naomi Lewis Samuel Lewis, Iohn Lovewell. Beverly Loy. Arlis Luckow. Clifford Luke. Shirley Lynn Doris Lyonais, Iohn MacMillan. Bill McLean, Carol Mcl.outh, Carol McNeil. Robert Mack Eddie Malstrom, Elaine Manning, Robert Managhan. Eddy Marquette. Della Martinson, Marion Mathiason Sharon Meacham. ilyn Meldrum. Lucille Mero. Leland Mebust, Mar- Brice Mercord. Marie Mero Hansen's Cleaners Enqebretson Gravel Page 59 Roger Michels, Donald Micken, Eugene Miller. Marlene Miller, Adrienne Mills, Ioseph Milner Daniel Mitchell, Marva Mitton, Ieanne Monk, Carol Morrison, Elmo Mower, Charlene Mudd Richard Naethe. Dean Naylor, Fay Nelson. Georgia Nelson. Irene Nelson, Billie Iean Olson Darryl Olson, Norman Olson, lack Overlay, Carol Overton. Edna Parker. Anna Patterson Fresh-Sophomore Party Well Attended Mike Pearce, Carl Pearson, Eva Phillips, Shirley Phillips, Pat Pomeroy. Eileen Prestrude Delores Price, Eunice Price, Kathleen Price, Clyde Praye. Betty Ramen, Sharon Rasmussen Hay Remington, Carl Rhodes, Joseph ine Riley, Sharon Bobbin. Lu- cille Robbins, Keith Robinson Peggy Boll, Carol Ruegsegqer, Bur- dette Huggles, Sally Salinq, Louis Sandwick, Ioan Scammahorn Clifford Schoening. Shirley Schonen- berger, George Schulze, Lorraine Sheridan. Virgie Shoemaker, Maxine Siderius Saverud Paint Shop Service Cleaners Meridian Dairy Page 60 ,:.,,s 'W 1 YS X , is Donald Sievers, Ray Simpson, Shirley Smiih, lerry Sommers, Glen Stalford, Arlen Sleubs Iris Stokes, lean Sirodtbeck, Edwin Strom, Ardella Sirylcer. Gynel Stubbs. Marlin Sundberq Connie Sunde, Reimon Tallada, lack Therrien. Donald Thompson, Doug- las Thompson, Pa! Tinney Fred Torberqson, Allen Tromp. Shirley Turner, Doris Tulvedl, Eileen Ueland. Connie Valison Five Sophomores on Twirling Squad Laura Van Alsiine, Beverly Van Rin- sum, Arlene Webster, Don Weaver William Weaver, Mildred Weikerl Georgia Wendi, Perry Wiqle, Delbert Wilken, Clyde Wilson, Richard Wilson, Charles Winiers Bonnie Wise, Shirley Wisherd. lames Willlake, Elizabeth Wollan, Io Ann Wolfe, Nedra Wright David Zauner Page 61 SOPHOMORES VIEW PAINTING BY BOB I-IUCK, FORMER FLAT- MY DEAR, I DON'T LISTEN TO CATTY GOSSIP HEAD STUDENT. 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Carlyle Croisettier, Rob- ert Cummings, Ieanne Cusick, Virginia Cyr, Frances Dern Mota Dudley. Eleanor Dygert. Francis Egan, Kenneth Elwood, Leonard Ferguson, Chuck Ferree Page 63 Ginger Ferree, Gary Fischer, Margie Fleming. Susan Flottman, Vir- ginia Ford. Eugene Fordham Victor Forsness, Vernon Evert Freder- icks. Rodney Freeman, LeRoy Funk, Maureen Gaffaney, Charlotte Gates Lucille Gibson. Elmer Ray Giesey Delores Gilbertson, Iames Gilbertson Leroy Gilbertson, Avis Ginqery Larry Ginnaty, Ronald Graham, Harold Grainger, Connie Green, Larry Gregg, Ioyce Greve Twenty-Five Boys on Freshman Football Squad Virgil Griepp. Eugene Griffin, Lois Grimsrud, Dorothy Hader, Lynn Oscar Hadley. William Hagerman Dale Hall, lim Handtord, Grace Hanes. Lona Hansen, Carol Hanson Don Hanson Robert L. Hanson, Stanley Hanson. Richard Harder, Darlene Hartsoch '18 Qf Elva Mae Haven, Iudy Heaton is . Bill Hegg. Gordon Heindel, Ioanne Hellman. Shirley Heuscher. Colene Hilden, Kaye Hinman Kay Hodgson, William Hoiland. Iames Hollopeter, Gerald Holombo. Della Holst. Gary House Page 54 W . Donna Houseman. limmy Huqqini. , 'er Nancy Hughes, Iune Hutchins, X Marcene Iverlon, lmadell Iames ,N I Q X it X L xi X Robert lellison, Deanna Iensen, Larry 'X X ,ex V B n lohns Loris 'im' ' se Ierrow, e e , f Q jf f lohnson, Marilyn Iohnson Q A Tom lohnaon, Floyd lanes, Shir1eY loner, David Iorqensen, Karol Kaus, Georgia Kelso Gene Kilpatrick, Betty lean Kinniburgh. 'Y' Joyce Kinshella, lleia Kirkland. A lean Kirkland. Arlene Kraft W Twenty Out for Freshman Basketball Team Gerry Krause, Kenneth Krueger. Karol Krueger, Linda Landry, Sandra Lasater, Kay Lelfevre Laura Leiqhty, Allan Lemon. Donald Q' Lindbam. Lee Little. lean Livinqllon, Ronald Lockhart Larry Loehr. George Lund, Carol Y, Lykins, Billy Lynch, Gail Lyonais, Robert McClintick 1 . X ' . ' -:sag-2- , . 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Alfred Ostroot Fresh Consistently Rank High on Honor Roll Teddy Page, George Paine, Theora Paola, Betty Parker, Gloria Parker, Donald Pearson Wayne Pederson, Lois Peterson, Gail Piohl. Beverly Phillips, Dennis Phillips, Peggy Platts Hazel Prestrude, Mary Radabah, Syd- ney Reynolds, Charlotte Rickett, Phil Rognlien, Mary Ellen Rosecrans Norma Ross, Clarence Rydeen, Io Ann Ryder, Andy Sampson. Thomas Sandwick, Delbert Sanford Mary Ann Schad, Ionny Schumacher, Larry Scovel, Ierry Sexton, Dale Shawhan, Donna Siblerud Page 66 V Q, -555555 ,,.,.. 1 S . , Q' S P X, ul 'L 2 iii' 4 Q Pat Siderius, Robert Skaqqs, Mary Margaret Slack, Dorothy Smelser, Dorothy Smith, Shirley Smith Ruth Soderstrom, Anna Sommers, Bob Sparlinq, Helen Speare, Clinton Spindler, Ruth Staab Clark Stahlberq. Wayne Stahlberq, Carol Stanqeland, Ardith Stearns Delores Stenberq, I-Du Ahh 5101-lbs Russel Straley, Ioyce Strassburq, Bur- nell Strom, lim Stubbs. Helen Sundby, Stuart Swenson t-xi -ve' is-BQ, .nl N. W. 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Barbara Wilson, Dennis Wilson Page 67 s Larry Wilson, Lavoy Wilson, Duane Worth, Io Ann Wright, Ioan Zabel, Iean Zimmerman Little Fresh Beast Nineteen Pep Club Members 3 UW'w izffiil Q 7'-,f -'i' ,2a ' if ' f I , f ,f sg , , . -V fwmm I-'RESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS VICE PRESIDENT, DALE HALL: SECRETARY- TREASURER, BARBARA WILSON: PRESIDENT, LEONARD FERGUSON. Page 68 LOWLY FROSH PAINT "F" IN TRA DITIONAL TRUDGE UP "OLD BALDY' NOW THIS WON'T HURT A BIT " . . AND WE'LI. ALL MEET DOWN BY THAT BIG TREE" ,df OH-NOOOOOOOOI Page 69 FHESHMEN VOTE FOR SECOND SEMESTER COUNCIL OFFICERS FRESHMAN PEP- PEP? Page 70 WHAT ARE FROSH GOOD FOR? WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! THE AYES HAVE IT SORRY BOYS, I ALREADY HAVE A DATE .1 1 , ur wr- , vw: .,, ,. MA IINI ' . sPoRTs ,M .. 1 " :.g..L.:.:xm-un-+.,-.v..f. A Jr-H... ' 2 - 1 y .A 1 in, nfl , '-ff ,- . f nm ,A n NM 'FFA-' 23:57 .1. 1 .1.2 1' ff w. ' 'i75E"?55?xm-A .1 V 114 -N, 1 .W-.- .,......:w-,A , FV..-fr-'. -.,.. ,',,-:,:,.L3.4-- 1,- ,AJ X., - .W,,,,. 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'61, 1, 1 -751 -' 5 -1+' 1 M 1 '11 15, 1 4 1,,, 'N 1 '11 'I 1.1 ,,.1 1 , 5.111 4 W: ' 1 1i1!,'lF1!f"ff 11-1 'A .i1,. 1 11 Braves Battle Butte in Championship Game . . . . f-ITA -f-sim, H 54. Ii CO-CAPTAINS STRODTBECK AND REMINGTON, SHURTZ AND RENZ, FLIP COIN TO BEGIN KICKOFF IN CHAMPIONSHIP GAME . . . . UUTBALL 19 l Braves Win Big Six Conference Championship and Tie Butte 7-7 to Defend State Title Successfully .... ALL-STATERS -- ANDERSON, ABBOTT. WILSON. REMINGTON. BEKKEDAHL. Bottom Row - ROATH, STRODTBECK. LANDON, GARDING AND RIEBE. COACH FRANK I.I'1"I'I.E CO-CAPTAINS PRESENT TROPHY AND FOOTBALL TO STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT, IIM WRIGHT. EE C me ,-. vu .-Y 3.2 Q GJ 2 .E -E U -SE ,... -5: mm X u U -. sf GI o .2 e: c 0 Q d EE I-I-I P1 .. f. ua A ar M U .-. O 'U .C U n-I :E .ae mr: u .Du Ola LD l .11 -: E 2:1 ID E 3 O ar: o-c "'0 ,. 0.- mill E 0 22 'S 'U E: ,,,-c -liz' 3 iq. U,-I o C Q 3 'ai 5-E -6 c rx-2 .. 0 ui 5 ': aa IE rn D- n. n- 0 v-. 'U C U E ..E 2: ,930 BI 4: -uf: ""w Sac M If .E SE in 80 C 23 ,gn-I U E . 2 .JJ gn I-1: 35 ,x . 25 QE- In "E J: 90 LGI 2 :JT- .2 U III 35 21: QE 05 I-Q ri xi o .'!.' s: I aw Q fu U' I1 0 aa U 'U C U .C U 'U GJ .1 ,M 0 Q -Q 0 Q P-S 00 I .. u an E :J z: o rx: Kalispell Mercantile Company Page 72 I Q rf, .K N I ga - - we 'M f 'W Q f, ww X K A 5 ., .,.. 6 I A-5 X K ,.. Q Sum ,A as . ,f 'f - Q5 'nf H in "WF f , g as AKXX' 5 NW ..,.?., ,, gk S, Q ii Xi ESX SJ ,, fx ,sim 358 M W? E Y x 2 .gig lyiffi' X1 . E2 x X 'Q QR, Q1 WARRIORS CLOBBER BULLDOGS Next on tho Brave War pelt was tho Butte Public Bulldoqs. Coach Swede Dahlbernfs "point mad" Bull- doas had been ridina over all oppo- sition by huae margins so far that season rind :aorne experts predicted the Braves to bow before the miqhty onslaufilit ot the Butte eleven. The Braves' home field had a iam-packed crowd that evc-nina, and the old sta- dturn was burstinq at the seams. But what tho crowd saw that eveninq will be remembered for a lona time to rfonio by everyone who attended. Coach Littlos warriors turned sav- ciriia rind rivonqod last year's 19-18 conference de- tnrit by the Bulldogs. From the openinq kickoff there never was any doubt in anyone's mind who was tioinrg to oniorqo the victor l:'lathead's Braves. The Brave powerhouse piled up 26 points before Butte was able to figure out what hit them, and when STRODTBECK REELS OFF YARDAGE AGAINST BUTTE they did it was too late to do anything about it. At that point Coach Little took out his startinq eleven and substituted his capable reserves. With the re- serves in the fray Butte managed to score two touch- downs, but when the final qun sounded the Braves were carried off the field a 26-13 victor. Braves Wallop Butte's Bulldogs to Gain Revenge for Last Year's Big Six Defeat .... BUTTE QUARTEBBACK, BOB RENZ, IS STOPPED BY ANDERSON AND STRODTBECK Page 75 EARL DENNISON-RG KEITH GUs'rrN-LG . ,W . X -i, n -Y .WWW - lil Ai.. -ll. " ' tl 'Ti A4 5 ?irdlh.3'v I M lf' it 1-'C IE' 'wus-,. . ,. A .,,. :iv S F L. fejigiz A- 4 ,. . " P N A 'gb mn., '- ' i f it -'TRI .- . w. 'mg ff .9 Ef f. . Q 3. H IIM ABBOTT-C RIEBE RAMBLES AGAINST BUTTE CENTRAL IAKE MILLER-FB FCHS vs. BUTTE CENTRAL After the Braves' astounding 26-13 victory over the Butte Bulldogs, there was no stopping the Flathead boys as they crushed Butte's Maroons 38-6 the following weekend. The Brave powerhouse unleashed its devastating attacks, combined with REMINGTON REVERSES HIS FIELD a "stone Wall" defense to completely rout the Min- ended that Butte was able to score a TD, against ing City eleven. Coach Litt1e's reserves, who had entered the game lt wasn't until seven seconds before the game in the final quarter. FCHS POINT MAKERS IN TOTAL SEASON PLAY TD's EP's TP's Anderson-RE 3 U 18 Remington-FB 10 U 60 Knoxil-1B 3 O 16 Biebe-HB 6 0 36 Landonel-1B 2 O 12 Wilson-LE 3 18 36 Miller-FB 1 O 6 Strodtbeclc-HB 5 U 30 Grosswiler-E 1 O 6 Suther1andfQB 3 U 18 Durado--C 1 U 6 Totals 38 18 246 Flathead outscored their opponents in total seasons play 246 points to 38. Page 76 Doncx1dson's Men's Wear-F1oyd's Super Service Braves Hit Slump--They Battle Thundering Herd to 6-6 Tie in Great Falls .... BISON GETS BUFFALOED BY COACH I.ITTLE'S BHAVES DEAD LOCKED 6-6 l"ollrrwirr1g the Braves' convincing 38-6 rout over Butte Central, Coach Little's charqes traveled to the Electric City the next weekend to tanqle with Bill Swrrrthoitts "weak" Bisons. Thu Braves invaded the Thundering Herd's satrrrrrrtcvflirrri qrotinds and almost qot stamped riqht out at the Electric City. For the Bisons rose to tiqht one of those unpredictable games and battled the mighty Braves to an ernbarrassinq 6-6 tie. lt was a see-saw battle all the way which saw several Flathead scoring opportunities vanish into thin air. And as the score board clock ticked ott the final second there was gloom in Kalispell for the Miqhty Braves had just been stopped. KEN SUTHEHLAND-QB ARNIE BIEBE-LH RIEBE RAMBLE5 AROUND THE BISON FLANK POSITION Page 77 ns... N S-LE NK LANDON IS HEMMI-ID IN BY BILLIN -6 11'- c ,lf 4' ngfg -xv' Yfigi' ,Mgr A 14' Q A QR da GFS A ,.,L A K f A if , x Q Fw ws i , Qi f 8 A E 3 8 x W vi . , 1 as 'vl' x m l m K A 5 X 4 Q I ,. , Q 2 I fa ,XM K .. gm-N, if ,QV K Q ww A i. 'S Muff 35 I Braves Blast Missoula to Win First Big Six Championship in FCHS History . . . . I -. ,M Q Q v ,,, 'W . WILSON HITS PAYDIHT AGAINST BRAVES SLAP MISSOULA 24-0 When tho Missoula Spartans invaded the Brave Scrilping grounds for the last regular game ot the season, for both teams, they had just one thought in mind "dump the Braves." Fans tiled into Kalispell's old, rickety stadium that night until it was about to bust at the seams. Playing on ci snow covered field and with their ssitilits set on Turkey Day, Flathead's defending state GEORGE DENNISON-RT tm Q-Xe S . N'- , , . , . . A SPARTANS ON SNOW COVERED FIELD champions got their grid machine in high gear to steam roller to a decisive 24-U victory. Flatheads all-staters, Remington, Wilson, Strodt- beck and Sutherland each hit paydirt for the Brave cause. This victory marked two great accomplish- ments for the Brave elevenfethe Big 6 championship and the right to play against Butte Public on Thanks- giving Day in the State Class AA Championship Game. Page 79 DICK MOCKBEE-LT DICK WILSON-LE 1. If fr - " ., T it ' 1 'tz " ii ' ' is I yr .Jw :V..:, V 'Q 51 . I! nw' ,W 1 I , , .. DICK KNOX-LH IIM MEBUST-RI-I Remington Churns Snow Against Missoula . . . . ug. so BRAVE'S REGULAR SEASON RECORD Flathead 26 Anaconda Cent. U Flathead 53 Whitefish U Flathead 34 Helena 7 Flathead 26 Butte l8 Flathead 38 Butte Central 6 Flathead 6 Great Falls 6 Flathead 20 Billings 0 Flathead 24 Missoula U Flathead l9 Alumni 6 Flathead 7 Butte 7 FRANK LANDON-QB lchainplonshipl STATISTICS FCHS POINT MAKERS IN BIG SIX PLAY TD's EP's T.Pts. Wilson-WLE 3 8 26 Remington-FB 4 U 24 Ftiebe-fHB 3 O l8 StrodtbeclcfHB 3 O l 8 Anderson--RE 2 U 12 Landon-HB l U 6 Sutherland-QB l U 6 l7 8 llU Flathead scored llO points in Conference play to their oppo- nent's 24. Billinqs and Missoula were held scoreless. Braves Dump Alumni 19-6 in Preparation For Championship Game Against Butte Public .... STRODTBECK SCORES AGAINST ALUMNI LITTLEMEN TEACH ALUMNI PIGSKIN LESSON With the long delay between the Missoula game and the Champion- ship game, Flathead tackled FCHS alumni in a contest to get in shape for the big game. The grads maybe thought before the game they could teach the younger kids a lesson. But afterwards they thought differ- ently for the Braves added another scalp to their war belt as they ran up a l946 victory. ,, , vga IIM STRODTBECK RECEIVES MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARD FROM DOWNTOWN COACHES PRESIDENT, PHIL PETERSON BOB BEKKEDAHL-RT JACK Bunn-LG RAY m:MrNc1'oN-nr: Page Bl BRAVE TIE BUTTE 7-7 I TITLE GA E . ANDERSON SNAGS A PASS IN CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Flathead's defending state champion Braves, playing before 5,000 cheering fans on Thanksgiving Day in Kalis- pell, clashed head on with the Butte Public Bulldogs in the "battle of the Titans." And the game proved just that, as the two teams battled each other for four quarers, with the score ending Flathead 7, Butte 7. Both teams scored in the "explosive" second period and throughout the rest of the game neither team was able to hit paydirt. Flathead scored first on a Landon to Anderson aerial. Then Butte retaliated right away and scored on a Benz to Iankovich pass. Coach Little's defending state champions fought hard throughout the game and statistics proved the Braves were the better of the two teams on the field that cold, frosty, sunshiny day. They outgained Butte l42 yards to 59 on the ground and ll0 to 79 through the air. In total yardage FCI-IS topped Butte 252 yards to l38. Flathead threatened five time in the last half but were unable to supply that extra punch to push the ball over the goal line. As a result of the 7-7 tie between Flathead and Butte, we were declared Co-Champions, and Flathead success- fully defended their title which they won a year ago at Butte. Page 82 RON BARTLETT-LG LEON GARDING-LT IIM STRODTBECK-RH ..,.:...A 'Whit vmwulf is L W 3' Y' HALFBACK RIEBE DRIVES AROUND RIGHT END X' "" " JOHN DURADO-C BOB BLAKE-RT REMINGTON UCARRIES THE MAIL" FOR FLAT!-IEAD Page 83 V x J. , . A . il Top row, left to right: E. Dennison, I .Hand!ord, I. Hunt, B. Turner. R. Iohnson, K. Biery, B. Angel, H. Ruby. P. Gibney, I. MacMillan, R. Remington, I. Casey, I. Nelson, M. Wheeler, A. Jacobson, L. Mebust, D. Mitchell, D. Micken, and E. Mower. Bottom row, left to right: H. Bear, C. Leitch. 1. Cox, G. Blachly, G. Anderson, B. Mercord, M. Pearce. D. Franklin, T. Trelour, C. Groal, V. Vlasak, I. Siderius, G. Keierleber. W. Halverson. Reserves Have Very Trying Season . . . . The Flathead Reserves under the leadership of Coach Iohn Cheek, went through their season une defeated. After playing scrimmage games with Polson and Columbia Falls, they started their season by beating the Libby Terriers l2M6. Next on their vic- tory list was the 7-O trouncing of the Missoula Reds, followed by outstanding Eureka 19-13. The only mar on their season's record was a 6-6 tie with Mis- soula in their last game. Outstanding in the backfield was Don Franklin and Howard Ruby more than proved himself in the line. With this wealth of material from the strong Re- serve team, future champion Braves look favorable. RESERVE END BOBBLES A PASS Page 84 IOHN MacMlI.LAN RAMBLES FOR RESERVES ,v Top Row: T. E. Born. G. Hnindol. Mr. Bottom Row: G. Fordham, Riohardson, A. Bames. G. Paine, G. Fisher. S. Swenson. P. Rognlien. P. Cook. G. Kilpatrick. Ylilgoxii DH Shawhan, L. Ferguson . I. Gilbertson, H. Blachly. I. Handlord, B. Turner, G. c u o: . B. McKinley, D. Clack. W. Hagerman, T. Iohnson. I. Nelson, R. Siraley, R. Lockhart. L. Funk, L. Scovel, E. Tylko. H. Grainger, B. Hoiland, L. Gregg, H. Adams. G. Blake. B. Spar-ling, D. Hall, N. Coleman. Freshmen Prove Future Brave Teams to be Good . . . . l in. lm... I FROSH SHOW POTENTIAL STRENGTH The freshmen under the able leader- ship of coach Tom Richardson were outstanding in this season's work. They swept throuqh the season los- inq only one qame to a hard iiqhtinq Poison team. The team rolled over their crosshtown rivals, Central, twice by lopsided scores. They then went on to trounce Libby and tied the rest of their fguf qgmes, RESERVE BACK PICKS UP YARDAGE This year's team had some outstaridinq players such as Bill Turner in the backiield, Handford at end and an outstanding de- fese man in Kirkpatrick. WHITEFISH PLAYER ABOUT TO EAT DIRT Pqgg 85 With this line talent, Braves prospects for the future look favorable. FCI-IS Skiers Cop Third in Interscholastic Meet .... f ax' 5 vp ' i V N 3 ..:. : --'1":' v M QQQAQV yi " Dick Nollon, Coach: Howard Boar, Bill McLean, Wayne Halverson, Tom Treloar, Phil Roqnlien, Darrel Alborl, Dick Savaqo, and Dava Honneuy. Eiaht skiers comprised Coach Dick Nelson's ski team this year. They competed in only one mator event this year that beina the lnterscholastic Ski Meet in which they took third place honors. Members on the team were Dick Savaqe, Dave Hennessy, Tom Treloar, Darrel Albert, Phil Roan- lien, Wayne Halvorson, Howard Bear and Bill Mc Lean. Flathead and Whitefish were hosts to the an- nual Montana Hiah School lnterscholastic Meet held on Bia Mountain February 9 and lO. For the second time in the last two years the FCI-lS skiers placed third in the state. They were behind Whitefish and Bozeman, but finished well ahead of Anaconda, Helena, Butte Public, Billinas, Missoula and Great Falls. Flathead skiers compiled lUl4.6 points to cop third. This was approximately l25 points behind the first place winners from the "Railroad City." Dick Savaae, Flathead's outstandina slat com- petitor, finished second in the slalom, fifth in the downhill, second in the cross country, twentieth in the jurnpinq events and third in the individual com- bined. This third in the individual combined enabled Dick to qualify for the Iunior National Ski Baces which were held at Winter Park, March l and 2. Dick also took third place in the slalom for Class B skiers at the Northern Rocky Mountain Division Ski Meet held on Diamond Mountain near Missoula. Page 86 Kalispell Bowling Alley .LI TOM THELOAR-DOWNHILL T s AK DICK SAVAGE-DOWNHILL S I.-F" 'Q QQ I .... X . 4 'Z A A -1 A .. ' I ' f ,. W Uh x . 1 v ' ' 1 I 4 B I ACTION snors TAKEN or Fcns If A, - fe! 1 A 1 W - I 9- ' Q 3 , 4 15 ' , t ' mx-Y A M. SKIERS IN THE ANNUAL DOUG ! ,f sM11'H imc!-:s ON BIG ,N MOUNTAIN HOWARD BEAR-SLALOM BILL MCLEAN-DOWNHILL Hutcheson Cleaners-I-Iimsl-Wohlwend Motors, Inc. Page B7 HOWARD BEAR-DOWNHILL PHIL ROGNLIEN-DOWNHILI. air' ui -...sqm X XE IAQ' Iystad, Wilson Receive Class A Championship Trophy .... BASKETBALL l95l-H552 . . . . . . Braves Win Big 16 Conference Title and Dump Helena 45-43 to Successfully Defend Class A Crown .... Page 88 Iacobson's Foods ALL STATERS - COACH IOHN CHEEK SJW e . If K' Q ,.,. 5 , My Y' ""' ' X S 5 55,6 an if sin, , -xfgfwvx Mu f f , r 2, IYSTAD AND GROAT RECOVER REBOUND AGAINST ANHCONDA CENTRAL Braves lump OH to Good Start by Scalping Missoula 53-28 . . . . DEDICATION OF 3750.000 GYMNASIUM Flathead's lonq road in defense of their state championship started Tuesday, December ll, l95l, when Coach lohnny Cheeks determined quintet played Missoula's Spartans at Kalispell in dedica- tion of Flathead's new 35750000 qym. 4000 cheering fans, jammed into the new qym, witnessed the state champions in their first game as they romped over the Garden City boys 53-28, Flathead qrabbed the lead in the second quarter and stayed ahead the entire contest. BRI-IVES LOSE TO CENTRAL VALLEY The followinq Saturday, Flathead tanaled with the highly polished quintet of the Central Valley Bears. Showinq too much class for FCHS, and, the Braves hampered by only two weeks practice, were downed 46111. The qame was close throughout the first three quarters with the score being tied six times. Then in the final period the Bears pulled ahead to win. Boundinq back from this first setback FCHS Caqers gained revenge for last year's defeat by Anaconda Central to defeat the Saints 57-33 in the new qym. During the 1951-52 season Flathead renewed its old rivalry with Whitefisli. Flathead slauahtered the Bulldogs 55-16 at Kalispell and in the return en- qaaement at Whitefish, the Bulldoas suffered a 67-32 setback from FCHS. HON OVERBY -,FORWARD DICK WILSON HOOKS IN TWO POINTS AGAINST GREAT FALLS Kolispoll Grocory Pago 89 Braves Stop Whitefish, I-lnaconda Central .... GARY IYSTAD-FORWARD BOUNCE BULLDOGS IN FIRST CONFERENCE WIN Butte l-liah Bulldoas invaded the Brave scalp- ingi aiounds for the lndians' first Bia lfi Conference aaine. And the defendinq champions from Kalis- izell took the invasion in stride by duinpinq the Min- ina City quintet 58-36. Butte jurnped off to a one point lead on a free throw but Flathead quickly came from behind to forae ahead and stayed ahead with a comfortable lead throuqhout the rest of the contest. lystad was hiqh scorer for Flathead, pouring l7 points thrauqh the hoop followed by Wilson with ll and Ron Overlay swishina 9. Andrews hit 14 lot Butte. FLYING THROUGH THE AIR TOGETHER aw' T'-'T LANDON SNAGS REBOUND INVITATIONAL TOURNEY Over the Christmas vacation Flathead was host to an invitational tourney between Kalispell, Missoula, Lewis and Clark and North Central. Lewis ond Clark Tiqers finished the two-day tourney on top with a 2-O record, Flathead had l-l, North Central l-l and Missoula O-2. Flathead soundly pasted North Central but the next niaht lost to the hiahly superior Tiqers 41-33. Flathead Motor Sales Company Page 90 KEITH GUSTINfGUARD FRANK LANDON RACKS UP TWO AS BRAVES DROP CLOSE ONE TO HELENA Flathead Scalps Bengals in Capital City. But Drop Close Contest on Home Floor to Helena . . . 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The next niaht Coach Lloyd Slcors Bengals hit Flathead with an A-hornh labeled "Beve-noe is 1 t , KEN SUTHERLAND-GUARD sweet" as they edqed the Braves quintet 54-53 for Flatheffds lirsi gonterence loss of the season, Helerias all-stale center Mac Grimes thrilled 4,000 Flathead rooters as he put on a dazzling show oi Wizardry scorchinq the net tor 26 points. The tray see-sawed hack and forth and saw Flathead ahead 29-28 at halftime. This marked the lirst Benaal win over a Cheek or Little ffoached team since these tvvo Coaches Came to FCHS. Page 92 The O'Nei1 Printers "IUICE" COUNTERS AGAIN!! WILSON OUTIUMPS HALE IYSTAD'S JUMP-PIVOT SCORES DOUG THOMPSON-FORWARD Braves Stop Thundering Herd 62-53 to Win Second Big 16 Championship .... FLATHEAD'S REGULAR SEASON RECORD the teirihlo hottie ol the Little Bio Horn os they U I X incisscicrod tho Spciituiis 7U-38 holoio 3,500 Siwiitun ll'lll"""l 'R Mlgfwlllcl 23 H tons. Fllitlioud hit on ciiiiuziiiii 440m ot their shots l,l"lll""'l 4,1 Lmllml Vmllfy 45 H find "Bill Dick" Wilson niiuhlied liiqli svoiinii hon- lliitliiiiiil fi! Ancicondu Cent. 33 H Om Wim 19 Counters- l,l'1tl"'fffl Q5 Wll1lCflSll I 15 H While down cit Missoulu, Flotlieuol took on un Ifjllsrtifq G uxhihition quiiiu with the University Cubs. The iiuine l'liitlii-itil 33 Lewis 451 Clrxrlc 4l H l lliitliiffirl 47 llvlwrifi 43 T 1 lliittif-fifl V2 Buttv Contnil 54 T lliitlii nil 59 Huvrv 33 T i'iiitlif-lift 59 Gificit lqfills 4l T l'liitliniifl 57 Hfiviu 45 H llfitliiifirl 53 Helenri 54 H llfttliff iil Sl Butte 64 T llfiilif url G7 Whitefish 36 T l Ifittifififl GU Missoulfi 52 H lliitlifwifl VU lvlissoulci 38 T l'lfitlif-ull ISU Cults Missoulci 69 T lliitliffticl 59 Butte Centrfil 39 H llwtliiififl 73 tjuhs lvlissoulci Sl H llitliiifirl KS? Gromit lfcills 53 H BULLDOGS ADD INSULT TO INJURY llltllllftflfl took to the IOfIC'l tor their noxt qonie OVERBY HITS A LONG ONE illlfl lllVfifTi'fl the honiu of the Butte Bullcloqs. The liiiivr-iz, :still linzkinti wounds lroin Helends victory, SIDERIUS Gm-5 I-'OULED BY A BISON twiiitiriiii-fl in tliuii rzlunip cis they lost to Butte 54-Sl. itiittii iiiiiiiiwl out in tront ocirly in the qcmie ond gztiiyi-fl tlii-in until tliw tinfil buzzer sounded. BRAVES RECOVER TO TRAMPLE MISSOULA TWICE - 50-52: 70-38 ltiiunflin-4 lwric'lL lioni tho Butte qonie und utter two wi-tel-zz: rest tliir dotondinq stcite cliompions iwiitiii-'l Misassoiilfi 6057 fit Kfilispell. This win lett l'lfitiif-fill with the leftist nuniher ol losses in Biq l6 i liiy, liiit :still Ol? iiorfrerituiio points out of first plocte liiiliinrl l.l'Wli1lf1','VIt fincl Hr-loiiri, hecrcxuse they had 5 luyflrl lwzs iiriiiifis tlifin the Efiqles find Benqols. lion Overlay wulliorl fiwfiy with hiqh scoring! liiinfiiaz tor thi- irviininfi liy duniiiinq in 23 points for ttiii lgliIVt5fi. ln thi- if-turn irontost ctficiinst Missoulci in the fliiiiliiii City, lqlflllltlfld rlifl little short of ropoziiinq De1's Studio-Eagle Shoe Co. Glacier Realty-Gambles Page 93 OVERBY HITS AGAINST BUTTE CENTRAL 5 ti SIDERIUS IN NORTHERN DIVISIONAL Flathead Takes Second in Northern Divisional, Loses to Helena 56-58 .... Wins Opening Games from Butte Central. Great Falls .... was nip and tuck all the way, but the home floor advantage proved too much as FCHS was downed by three points 69-66. FINAL HOME STAND Flathead's last three games were at home and on the Weekend of February l5 and 16, Butte Cen- tral Maroons and the "U" Cubs invaded the Brave hunting grounds. Friday night it took the Flathead Braves three quarters before they finally caught and dumped Butte Central 53-39. Butte Central, the last place team in the Big l6, surprised the defending champ- ins with their scrappy brand of ball for the first three periods. But Flathead finally began to hit and the win put them in first place in the conference all alone. Saturday night Coach Iohnny Cheeks Braves were host to the "U" Cubs and this time the story was different as Flathead soundly defeated the Cubs 73-61 in a free-forall high scoring contest. Bon Overby potted 21 points to lead the Brave auinf tet to victory. WIN BIG 16 TITLE lnvadirig Flathead territory for the Braves final conference game of the season and the only hurdle left for the Braves to the Big l6 championship was the Thundering Herd from the Electric City. Great Falls would have liked nothing more than to beat Page 94 IYSTAD RECEIVES SECOND PLACE TROPHY FLATHEHD WINS STATE CROWN T0 SUCCESSFULLY DEFEND TITLE .... ffis Wilson Dumps in Two Against Helena in Title Game as Flathead Wins State Championship 45-43 111111'11111,'11'111 11111111','1'1!1 11: 111g'1 111':f11111111111" 1111111 way 111111 11111U11111111111111:11111 11111111111 11111 N111 11111 11111111-1' 111 11111 H1111 1" 1.11: A '1'11.:1111111 111 11 1111'1Il 151v1:111111111'1111111111111111111 111,' 1111111111111 111111111111 111--111 1'1111:1, 13111111 113713. 1111111101111 111111111 :111111 1 11w 11111 11111 11111 1111-11--111111111111 1'111'11111 1111'11 K1111:1111-11 w11111 1111151 111111 1111111111 111 1111111111111 l111l.11. 1111.1 1 .11. 1:11 11111 11111 111 1111 11111111111 111' 5111131 5111111111 11111 1111111 17 I1l1ll1U111111lx'11l11l'1fl111'1111111111 11111111111 1111111111111111111 111v.1111111111'111 1111111111111111111111111 1111 11111 .1111111111 1111111 111151111 1: 113-43. NORTHERN DIVISIONAL LOSE NORTHERN DIVISIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP 11111111111111111111111111111111111 1111111111 11111 N1111111111 TO HELENA 1'Wf1'1"'1'11 by:'1"11'1111111'111'11"1111'I1'111311'V111111x11'1 111111111118 Qf11111:11'111 13111111111:1 11..111 1111111111 311 1 11"11"'1 f11"'1'VV 1"11 '11 '1'1"11 '11' "11111'11 mm11'11111111 11111111111 111 11111 1111111 11111111111 111 ::11.111'11 1!111 1N111111:- 1 11W"1'11""'1 111" 1'11'1" 11' '4"f'1" '11 'fl 1"5 1"1' " 111 1D1v1:11111111Lf11111111111111:11111111w11',' 1111111 11111111'111:11111 1111111 1H"1'111'- 1111111111-111 B1'11v11s, 511511. 11111 111111110 :11111 :111w1111 1111111-1 111111 1111'11 21111111111111.. DUMP GREAT FALLS IN SEMI-FINAL 111111 111 11111111s1 11111 1111111111111 111111111'1' X 1x- 111111111 11w1::111111 L1 101111 1111111 1111111 11111111.11 1: F111 F111 11141111111 1'1 111111 1'11111 '71111111' 1111 111 1'f11v1:11g 1111111 1111111111 111111 W111 1119 c11C11111,11O11s1111. Page 95 RON OVERBY TALLIES AGAINST BUTTE BULLDOGS DAN MITCHELL FORWARD Braves Slaughter Anaconda Copperheuds ln Then' Ftrst Tourney Contest . . . . State Tournament DUMP ANACONDA Bounding back from their defeat in the Northern Divisional Championship Game, Coach lohnny Cheeles detendinq champs breezed by Anacondcfs Copperheads 54- 33 to gain a Step closer in defense oi their crown. From the Second the opening buzzer sounded there was never any doubt as to what the outcome ot the qame would be. Flathead controlled the backboards and that was all they needed to cinch the win and ao into Friday niqht's qame with Butte Public, who dumped Havre Thursday. Page 96 IOHN DURHDO GUARD DON FRANKLIN FORWARD FCI-IS Quintet Breezes by Butte in Semi-Final Contest . . . BRAVES MUZZLE BULLDOGS 49-44 Flcithoricl iiciicl Biittds Bulldogs bask "iii lull" lor the rooiiior soosoii troiliiciim tho Bulldogs hoiiricd FCHS by kiioulciiiu them out ol the rtimiiuq for tho sttito cliriiiipioii ship. 6,000 cheering tous, oil highly portisoii lor Butte, watched os Flothoofl iiiiiiporl oil to cr 1515 first qilortor loud ond tlivii stretch it to 25-15 ot hotttiiiio. Flotliwtitls Ricivm: held thot tori point iiicirfiiii tliroiitilioiit thu third period cmd most ot tho lotiith. it was iii the tiiiul IItiIttllCS when FCHS was suc- cessfully stolliiiq thot Biitto iiitiiiutioci to whittto clown tho Bravo morqiii. The limit score wus 49-44. This victory vaulted Plot heocl into tho State Clioiuiiioiisliip Como oqoiiist their over dcmqerotis rivtiis, Hoi oiicfs Crimson Boriqols, Sotiiroloy iiitwht. WILSON, IANKOVICH TANGLE FRANK LANDON-GUARD BRAVE TOURNAMENT SCORES NORTHERN DIVISIONAL l'l'1tlittf1fl 48 Hiitto Cf'-iitrcrl l'lfxtli'-fifl H3 Gitwit Pulls liltxtlil-lvl 'ill llv-lwirirr Cl Jivimioiif il f:llfItIitfiOHSltlI tl STATE TOURNAMENT l'lf1tlit-'nfl 'nfl AIifIt'f3IlCifI lllfllllflflfl 40 ltiittw Plihliti l'lfitlt'w1fl ftfu lif'l4?It4I itil' xtn- fltit mit tioiisliii tl 1952 38 43 58 33 44 43 Page 97 IOHN CHEEK GIVES THE GOOD WORD? CLASS A CHA PIONS A ONS P A CH 16 IG .,,,,.,..m,. EN mm 1-W.,,,,,k 'WP' QW" .ww 1 ,.,,,,..-o-M-v U Y 'N IYSTAD. RY . DICK WILSON, GA E QQ 3:2 H4 5,-I 0:4 ZZ OE mu. QE EEZ 53 ll' to right: KEN SUT KEITH H nom row, le Bo , DAN MITCHELL, IERHY ON KLIN UI QE OE III FZ O U 35 ng :JE 5:2 xo Uz :r: io o I 98 -ui :1:E 25 oe UW E U' -: 2 .- ... .2 sf Page O u D. O I-1 BRAVE BENCH GOES WILD AS FCI-IS WINS TITLE GAME Flathead Comes from Behind to Win State Championship From Helena 45-43 JERRY SIDERIUS-WCENTER FLATHEAD BRAVES WIN STATE CROWN 1'11111111111,1:411111111111111111B111v11s,11111y111111111 11111: 7,0011 1111111111111 111115 111 B111111's C1v111 . , , f, 1 11111111111111111 1-!1111'1'11 1111111110111 11111111111 :1 5111113011 B111111111s 45-43 111 C011 11111 MO111111111 1 . . 4,111::s A I11IS1iEW1I7I'l11 1f1111111111o11511111 1111 11111 111111111111 1111111 111 11111 111s1 1W11 ye1-115. K1111s111111':1 "W1111f1111 K1c1S,1' W1111 111 111111 11131111 111 11111 -11111111 WO111 10 111111115 11i11111111, If111lU1'1 11k11 111111 1f11111111111111s1 111 1111111 QAW11111 1111111111111 1111 11111 118-511 111i1411111 11111y 511111111-111 1 111 11111 111111113 111 11111 11111111111 B111111111:: 111 1111 N11111111111 D1v1s11b11111 111 111111111. W1111 11111 :11r11111 111111 411411, 111111 11111y 411 ::111'1,11111s: 1111111111111111 111 11111 111111111, IYS11111, 151.11111 11113111111 1OTW1IIL'1, 11111111111 111 11111 W111 1111111 1111::1Q111. F111111111111 111111111111111111y 11111 11115 s1w4:311'111 111 11111 131111 111111 S111,'LfUSS11111y 3111111111 1111111 11111 1311112111 S111111111111 1'1111'111111 11111 111111111, 111111 1'11111:1111111 11111 5111111 1'111w11 1111 1111111 C11111f114':: B111 111 1'11111111111111:2. Page 99 DICK WILSON CENTER vt , Q 12 'qw """ J ,SYN Q Reserves Finish Season With Good Record ..... Top Row, Lett to Right: Ed Ilqen, Norman Olson, Iim Mebust. Ray Remington, Dick Grosswiler, Chester Barnet, Lloyd Chapin, Roger Iohnson, Iim Reynolds. Bottom Row, Lett to Right: lack Overby, Cecil Leitch, Burdette Ruqqles, Vern Tennant, Don Franklin, David Naethe, Mike Pearce. lohn MacMillan. Coach Litt1e's Quintet Winds Up Season With A Record of Seven Wins and Six Losses Frosh Quintet Piles Up 12 Victories .... Freshmen Caqers Win Twelve Games While Losing Four During First Season as Brave Hoopsters .... IN MEMORY OF DICK METZER Page lOl Top Row, Lett to Right: Lockhart, Sampson, Ostroot, Blachly, Ferguson, I-landlord, Scovel, Hall, Hoist. Bottom Row Lett, to Right: Sparlinq, Clack. lohnson, Bern, Kilpatrick, Swenson, Turner, Fordham. Row 1: D. Wilson, D. Franklin, F. Landon. D. Dzivi, D. Mercord, D. Mitchell, D. Grosswiler, M. Chase, H. Remington, A. Riebe, D. Knox. Row 2: H. Ruby, D. Ruggles, R. Remington. D. Mitchell, M. Wheeler, R. Iohnson, C. Leitch, M. Pearce, I. Overby, D. Thompson, G. Iystad. D. Huggins. Row 3: A. Barnes, L. Ferguson, D. Hall. R. Lockhart, G. Bern, H. Blachly, L. Anderson, G. Kilpatrick, R. Scovol, H. Adams. I. Cox. C O I O FCI-IS Cindermen Prepare for Annual Interscholastic . . . . . . Meet in Missoula May 16 and 17 POLSON MEET Flathead's track team made an excellent show- ing in its l952 debut. ln the Fourth Annual lnvita- tional Meet in Polson, no official score was kept, but by the newspaper point system, Flathead fin- ished second to Poison. Arnie Riebe took first in the high jump with a leap of 5'lU". Flathead made a clean sweep of the throwing events taking first in the shot, discus and javelin. FCHS took first in the 880 relay. Page 102 LEW ANDERSON4HOT PUT S z 2. QS . Q. tm.. f 5 , Coach Frank Little's track call was issued late this year because of snow and the very poor con' dition of the track. Flathead got off to a slow start because of lack of practice, but with plenty of hard work they promise to be one of the leading con- tenders in the State lnterscholastic Meet, May l6 and l7, at Missoula's Garden City. Six returning lettermen, Arnie Riebe, Dick Knox, lim Strodtbeck, Dick Wilson, Lewis Anderson, and Dick Grosswiler form the nucleus of the cindermen. REMINGTON-IAVELIN ARTIST ra.,-. Y t i ,ivy nl. .H " . ,,,v' AW F 44,6 X Q3 . 'Q :X--n'vnqg,gg,, Nw: ,..r' ' X aux, - 6 Y E A .al-Afsyg Wy. 535, was H Q N. if MQ WA f Qmfv, aa? ,f +0 vis-fx' A .. N 5 -0 ...- .. l A-Q. ' , X AX., Q V wil' N M W -1 SX K wx v GARY KEIERLEBER, GALE THOMPSON, BILL DICKINSON, COACH WEINGARTNER, IERRY DALEY . . . . ULF 1952 ,., .,,.. -,.-1. W.. Y. - Page 104 IOYCE KEIERLEBEH AND PAT VAUGHN OVEHBY, SPARLING AND GUSTIN Flathead golfers took to the links early in April as spring fever hit may Flatheadites. Larry Weingartner was appointed as Golf Coach this year, succeeding lack Hughes who was coach for the past two years. Keith Gustin, Ron Overby and Bill Dickinson are the only boys returning from last year's squad. Gary Keierleber, Ierry Daley, Gale Thomp- son, Bob Sparling and Dick Miller are new boys reporting for the tearn. Pat Vaughn and loyce Keierleber are the only two FCHS girls turning out. Golf matches are planned between White- fish and Polson with the "big one" at the lnterf scholastic in Missoula May l6-17. The two top golfers on the team will be picked to represent FCI-IS at Missoula. , X :QQ BON OVERBY DRIVES Ji' 1' V' I' T'3ffr7""l1l"lY" " "Ti ' 'i."I!':2 'r4f!5"'g: ' ".v" ,' -3 ' 'WW' 'iff P "!r'fw1i:'6:w L:wQf.7:'4'ivpwm+':r1 N I T A fqsvf rsf1r::fH'w-.,ggf1al,v1-E, 'I-.,-.uh-ii.,-5,55 , n MUSIC and DRAMA fin A fi. in xx , I ll Ie .. m '- J' X k I an I1 ' 1. f r r 'I X 5 f Z 5 H 1? 5 FQ 1 5 A :J Q . is si , ,,,. L my . 9 -V, -3-.1 We 1 2, X,-,Gr ,f 1 V 3 . 5 H .7-as .v 1.- 5 ,TI X XX L' 1 N v I.. j li 'f-A 'W ..-1. K- . 1. -4, ' 1 I .,... v ,A 'lat 'W , Ja A I f J X fn' J, 5. '4 A f R f 'Q A , Y? Q- IJTEE f f If X, JA- ' n 1 - P V Q 'Q 'W "fe ""I r' H' f A , ' 555 ' f, - ' - w . . f i: f ff ip 6 .4' 4. ' , W . WJ" ' " ' V , f' ,X , ' 3 iz - , wx., 4 Q? A q M 1 A4 ang ' 'wa rl ML wx ' 4 I: K. 1 1' Av' f -. ,"Q'1fg - 4"'1 ' f' - , .. ' 5' ,i W? 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F ogppg 'unqhnnnpq uoslgm :y mag 1gbxgA 'uoufmq mg 'iolbbng auspxng 'Aopq Auaf 'uebn 13.101 'xoqdog 'uoinqof auooxnyq 'luqof snag 'UOIIBAI ngapung :enum wlog lnunq 'uoluoxy pon 'uagubog 'bxeqxauom ssxolaq 'xanpoxg ayuq '1 auAnM 'uosugqog :max 'uoneped' 'xamw ugunpq 'uosuoqng -sgxqg nuuoq 21.43 mnmgm 'IOWPIN I :gun DN 'IOIH Lun1 US 3 Anal '1oAo SD 'Aa xabog '-IOI gg :pol 'uosu IU Ilfld 'WDW UH M :I 1 'wx new qc 'uwvu UH 'D 'zunxg UN 'nnenoq yaxnbx eugplmag WIS 'I'M :go qunx-.1 'SDIIIOQ-L UH 'VID a!-I 00 qanf 'pnxu H 'WHEN A0 A Ape UD pnxnq Ax.m1 'umsugg .mqg 'o U0 BAND SOLOISTS DON HUGGINS, sousauphone EUGENE MORGAN. baritone saxophone KENNETH MILLER, comet WILLIAM DICKINSON, sousaphone DARREL ALBERT. snare drum RAY BLANC!-IARD, trumpei WILLIAM CYR, oboe IACK BRINKMAN, baritone MARVIN MILLER, E-Ilut clarinel GUY NELSON, hombone HAROLD GILLET, snare drum Page 106 Mclnlolh Music Houn-MacMillan Drug and tympcmi f ! BAN D SOLOISTS I A - MARGARET SHMITZ xylophone and vibruharp IOANNE FLYNN corne! LOIS MERRITT xylophone and vibrahcxrp DENNIS WILSON. come! HARVEY RUEGSEGGEH, trombone GLEN KAO, clurinei IACK MILLER, alto saxophone ARVIN MILLER, trombone WAYNE HALVORSON, clarine! DALE CROSKREY NOEL ARONSON. bassoon tenor acxxophons Pago 107 BAND ENSEMBLES iw ,425 X,-ss SNARE DRUM DUET BRASS SEXTET CLARINET TRIO FRESHMAN COHNET DUET THOMBONE THIO SAXOPHONE SEXTET NEW GYM FLOOR MAKES A FINE PRACTICE FIELD FOR THE BAND AND TWIRLERS Page 108 Y , ew xi: X X X f-,fx .i x. R x 1 Ya I ,MQ I A ' ' fffwi . Si? Mg Q 1 v - Q Q N, N sf . 15 Q 3 ,,,,,, Q Q, . Q f Q' i , f" ""'4 "-N Qs V 14.4 ,. f ' X N" 4 . - N if 3 ' 1 1 P Q .Q . 5 . - S f m- . 45 ,fx Q ff " M ,XXX , X S X X N W W . Y M il- M Q ix A -.-1:Q . Q ski! Yxx, W ,x SX -'-' b x. xiii. ,y 'L X ' Q X M my 'na MQW F 'Sn if M O , . X Page 109 EAT FALLS. A A 3,6 x Q QQ 3 4 .Aa 1: ,f ?0ma f,,5"' 9401 uf- x .,,n,Yx 44 . A if H' Jah! 9""..' MNC A A ' 1 , b .xg ' :"'Kf x' ' 'K-'. '5x?igLgi, Q i . 5 I an I .S is .5 8 h'w S ! 45 at ,Av 5 .. 4 DANCE BAND Row l: Gene Morgan, Bill Cyr, Larry Durado, Dale Croskrey, lack Miller. Row 2: Wayne Halvorson, Darrel Albert, Arvin Miller, Guy Nelson, loo Schumacher, Ray Blanchard, Don Franklin, lim Ivorlon. The Concert Band The Coriifrzrt Band, boastinq a membership of one hundred students, is one of the most active or- aanizations in Flathead. lt beqan the year by play- ina for the Youth Fair. lt was throuqh the efforts of the band under the direction of Mr, Edward Beckstrand, that the paq- eants were presented at every football game. The pfaaeant "Little Red Hiding Hood" was presented in Great Falls at halftime of the FlatheadeGreat Falls dame. Thfv band took part in the Christmas program and had its annual Mid-winter Concert that was anjoyod by many. Selections from this concert in- cluded: Ballot Eayptian, Badinaqe for Brasses, Bolero and Auditorium Session. Later in the year a semi- classical and popular concert was presented to the student body. The band has received its share of honors this year. The Kalispell Chamber of Commerce pre- sented a Service Award to the band for beinq out- standinq in participation in community activities. This was the only youth orqanizaton to receive an honor of that kind this year. They also received an invitation to the Annual Lilac Festival in Spo- kane. Members from this qroup went to the Solo-En semble Contest in Missoula and made a very qood showing. Officers for this year are: president, Leo Dahlkeg vice president, Darrel Albert: secretary, Margaret Schmitz: and manager, Harold Gillet. Page lll "BEER BARREL" FROM THE PAGEANT PRESENTED DURING HALFTIME AT THE GREAT FALLS GAME BAND PERFORMS IN GREAT FALLS BEFORE A CRUCIAL GAME German Band L. to R. Ira Lewis, lack Brinkman, Guy Nelson, Iim Iverson, Virgil Griepp and Ken Miller. Morrison Economy Foods Page 112 Row 1: Bill Cyr, Bill Brinkman, Glen Kao, Harold Gillet, Darrel Albert, Leo Dahlke, Keith Rob- inson. Marcene Iverson. Row 2: Wayne Halvorson, Char- lotte Morrison, Shirley Amdam, Margaret Gasseri, Ieri Shaw, Margaret Loveall, Ruth Franz, lean Jackson, Beverly Loy, Sue Curry. Row 3: Iim Iverson. Delores Westerberg, Dale Croskrey. lack Miller, Gene Morgan, Franklin Thomas, Mildred Weikeri. Row 4: Ioe Schumacher, Virgil Griepp, Wilson Manaqhan. Ken Miller, Marvin Miller, Ray Blanchard, Ioanne Flynn, Dora Lee Ostrom, Loris Iohnson, Bette Iohns. Row 5: Tom Fatheree, Guy Nel- son, Reinhold Krall, Don Hug- gins. Bill Dickinson, Kenneth Biery, lack Brinkman, Marnie Schmitz. Pep Band Always pleasing the audience with their peppy music and hilar- ious costumes are the members ot the German Band. This qroup ot boys is chosen by Mr. Beckstrand and is always in demand to play for school and civic activities. This year the German Band took an active part in the campaign tor second semester Student Council president. Row I: Dorothy Koenig, Genevieve Warkins, Lola Hedine, Rosainne Poor, Vava Van de Mark, Arlene Webster, Darlene Enqer, Darlene Bitney, Sharon Tri, Mr. Souder, Carol Gehle, Betty Millhouse, Nancy Gilchrist, lvera Tolleison, Gladys Kauliman, Sylvia Toth. Darlene Melby. Nedra Wright. Row 2: Dorothy Iverson, Patty Chrisinger, Shirley Chrisinger, Gynel Stubbs, Pat Uliord, Betty Busch. Elaine Manning, Shirley Phillips, Shirley Smith, lone Willis, lean Pickens, Neta Minthorn, Lola Levitt, Virginia Schumacher, Barbara Bliss, Phyllis Buck, Sharon Robbin. Row 3: Don Mitchell, Teddy Lee, Carl Knutson, Mike Pearce, lack Thierieri, Ron Iohns, Gene Hawk, Larry David, Leland Mebust, Larry Nolan, Denny Lenon, Bill Roath, Sidney Storie, Dick McDevitt, Herbert Iverson, Robert Cummings. loan Scammahorn. Row 4: David Oursland, Matt Garding, Loyal Murer, Ron Lockhart, Dick Roath, Iim Abbott, Martin Baker, Dan Mitchell, Gary Iystad, Earl Dennison, Harold Archibald, Ierry Siderius, Marlin French, Dean Naylor, Howard Bear, Tom Treloar, Gary Baden. A Cappella Choir St-vtinty students lrom all tour hiqh school t t wi: t-aiiiitiiim thc A Cappella choir this year un t -i tht- tltittvlioii at Mi. lfttward Sauder. Woitzinfi wholly lltlfltfCOllll'C1lllOCl to develop the 1 f hurt tai gait'-vt i ttwh and true intonrition, the Choir hu itrtiiffirwfl VI lull vaiifiort ol tour groups including ning nszitioiiis in l.fitin, Gvrniaii and Enalish. Durina Ili' ttitl tl1f",' ..f tty in 1,1 -fiifiiifv 1:1 tm the Flathoad Shrine Club and a hfwtt ivlllllllllltlll fixtrwiiiltly. Vlalltlll half-hour Christ- iiiri ttiitfe lttf'ftlfllll'l si oiiiaoit-rl by a local bank was iiitfl tin f,hii::tnia:: t-vw. Siirinri eiiaaaomoiits in- uflf- ci fftiiwwrt lifitoit' tht- Creston Grande, annual iiinti wtiitwtit, ti stutlwnt fisst-nibly, and fl trip and f llfttltlti wftiifwfrt tit llnlsoii on April lb. A naw qrouit at Flathead this year is tha Mad riual Choir Composed ot students who, lor various reasons, Could not be abcommodatod in other aroups. Doina four or eight part mixed numbers this group has specialized in folk sonqs and music from lifiht opera and current shows such as "Oklahoma" and "Sweethearts" This Choir cut three braodcast tapes durinq the year, sanq for the Feed and Seed Show, participated in the Music Festival and Easter Sunrise service. init tor liotfiry und Kiwanis followed Numbering only titty, it has provided solo work tor a larqor number of talented students. ' Ihr' vhftu twiivlttclt-fl its ytwirs activities in the lfltlill'ttIfll in inner tty sintunii lui the Senior Bac- lttllttftlft flirt-iiioiiy. Mliftu wltiwtizz first itrtisirltfiit, lun Abbott: Vice v .tflf'Ill, llrm ii tiiiuifir, ltftufilfl vvfiitl lt'-arg :shi-it-tary, Botty Millhouseg lalius, Row l: Luanne Hanson, Kathleen Eayrs, Pat Pomeray, loanne Lynch, Helen Heikens, Pat Clark, Roberta Neumann, Lois Merritt, Lucille Wilhelm, Louise Tennant, Dorothy Bruyer, Io Anne Wolle, Mr. Sauder. Row Z: Hazel Richmond, Delores Baldaui, Geneva Sonstelie, Arlis Luckow, Louise Wilhelm, Arlene Kelly, Shirley Buck, Avis Iohnson, Shirley Mellem, Laura Marquardt. Row 3: Duane Naylor, Ernest Cooper, Howard Ruby, Fred Leach, Frank Landon, Gene Griffith, Harry Koch, Roger Michels, Charles Aker, Anita Melby. Row 4: Gene Graitt, Walter Sundelius, Bob Blake, Loyal Murer, Leonard Ferguson. Al Ostroot, Richard Malone, George Dennison, Dean Croskrey, Les Ferguson, Shirley Amdam. Page ll3 Row l: Sharon Meacham, Mr. Souder, Dolores Aadsen, Marie Mero, Shirley Halseth, Carol Morrison, Della Martinson, Shirley Cramer, Charlene Mudd, Betty Ramesy, Denise Hauge, Gayle Halseth, Pat Vaughn. Row 2: Peggy Roll, Ieanne Monk, Ruth Grosswiler, Charlotte Morrison, Marilyn Hummel, Eleanor Mellem, Pat Kinshella, Mariorie Rowe, Marilyn Korb, Sharon Rasmussen. Row 3: Helen Edland, Betty Kramer, Gaybeth Learn, Caroline Dudley, Shirley Hummel, Nadine Bunker. Norma Albritton, Yvonne Strublo, Connie McCown, Jacque Gould. I I l I I Girls Mixed Chorus Girls' Mixed Chorus is limited to upper class qirls who have one or more years experience. This chorus has sunq for several of the schools public relations broadcasts aired over KGEZ. From this qroup came the selected voices who represented the school and sanq for the Turkey Day banquet at the Temple Tea Room following the Championship Football Game. The chorus also sanq in the Pre- Festival concert in April and for Easter. Their repertoire has run from classical works by Handel to arranqements from liqht operettas. Page 114 Freshmen Girls Chorus The Freshman Chorus is made up of thirty-four qirls from the freshman class. They have been heard in their tape recordings at Christmas and Easter. They were also heard in a public performance at the Pre-Festival Concert in April in which they sanq numbers from Mendelssohn, Ge-rtchoninoff and Richs "Down by the Station." Row l: Linda Landry, Kay Lelfevre, Iudy Heaton, LuAnne Stubbs, Susan Flottman, Delores Stenberg, Karol Kaus, Arlene Kraft, Sidney Reynolds, Alta Minthorn, Beverly Phillips, Teddy Page, Mr. Souder. Row 2: Kay Hodgson, Mary Ellen Rosecrans, Ioyce Kinshella, Kay Nelson, Ruth Staab, Gail Lyonais, Betty Matthieson, Roberta Weller, Lona Hanson, Carol Hanson. How 3: Virginia Wagner, Marcene Iverson, Dorothy Smith, Shirley Willet, Nancy Hughes, lean Living- ston, Mary Margaret Slack, Shirley Niles, Bonnie McKeller, Ella Haven. GIRLS' TRIPLE TRIO Lelt to right: Luanne Hanson, Rosainne Poor, Helen Edlund, Caroline Dudley, Neta Minthorn, Sharon Rasmussen. Hazel Richmond, Norma Albritton, Doris Lyonais, Phyllis Buck. Gladys Kaullman. Row l: Mr. Souder, Ar- len Steubbs, Sharon Mea- cham, Robert Cummings, Genevieve Watkins, Lola Hedin, Darlene Melby, Pat Ullord. lone Willis, lvera Tollelson, Laura Marquardt, Marilyn Hummel. Row 2: David Oursland. Larry David, Gene Graflt, Michael Stockton, Martin Baker, Bob Blake, Teddy I.ee, Gary Baden, Tom Treloar, Dean Naylor. ENSEMBLE GROUP QURRTET Leit to right: Sharon Meacham, Ros- ainne Poor, Les Ferguson, Ernest Cooper, Gladys Kauffman. BOYS' OCTET Herbert Iverson, Gene Grallt, Walter Sundelius, Duane Naylor, Virgil Griepp Dean Naylor, Dale Croskrey, Dick Mc Devitt, Robert Cummings. Page 115 Seated, lett to right: Herbert Iverson, Imadell Iames, Carol McNeil, Dennis Wilson, Bill McLean. Harvey Rueqsegqer, Lois Grimsrud, Bill Cyr, Violet Roll, Marie Arnold, Edna Parker, Glen Kao, Marcene Iverson, Mary Esther Munro, Wayne Halverson, Gladys Kauffman, Ioyce Greve, Hosainne Poor, Earl Brown, Eileen Bailey, Iudy Wells, Don Fulbright, lean Van Alstine. Standing: Bob Sparling, Ray Arno, Earl Dennison, Darrel Albert, Miss Critelli. Orchestra To interpret and study great works of music is the aim of the students in the orchestra under the direction of Miss Critelli. Their studies have included Corelli's Concerto Grosso No. Vlll, Holiday for Strings by David Rose, and a number of lighter pieces by Leroy Anderson. Orchestra members have been sight reading many kinds of songs from Shu- bert's Unfinished Symphony to Dance Macabre by Saint Saens. The orchestra has been working with a civic music group and appeared for the M. l. A. Festival. Members have been trying their hands at com- posing music for original poems submitted by the English Department. A group from the orchestra went to the State Solo and Ensemble Festival at Missoula in May and made a fine showing, The officers are: president, Mary Esther Munrop vice president, Wayne Halvorsong secretary-treas- urer, Gladys Kauffman: manager, Bill McLean: and librarian, Herbert Iverson. Violin Quartet Mary Esther Munro, Lois Grimsrud, Edna Parker, Carol McNeil, A more individual type of playing with each person's part equally important to the final result is quartet playing. This takes a greater degree of accuracy. Because of the fewer number of people in the group the ensemble is easily assembled for various programs. String Trio Vava Van de Mark, Violet Roll, Wayne Halverson. This group is the basic unit of the orchestra. The history of string quartet music extends back to the time of Haydn and Mozart. This particular group obtains a great deal of pleasure studying Mozart's string quartets. They play compositions by many other composers when they perform as background music at receptions, dinners and various other functions. String Quartet Wayne Halvorson, Ioyce Greve, Bill McNeil, Violet Roll. The string trio has always been a favorite form of chamber music. The addition of the violin and cello greatly enrich the tonal quality of the piano besides adding much in individual musical lines. Page 115 I MR. SOUDER AND HIS GIRLS ENTERTAIN THE STATE LUNCHEON. ALL STATE CHOIR DELEGATES Row l: Helen Edlund, lone Willis, Dorothy Koenig, Ioanna Lynch, Belly Millhouse, Gladys Kauffman, Lellie Ferguson. Row 2: Ioy Williams, Sharon Tri. Charlolle Morrison Shirley Chrisinger, Dick Roath. Gary Baden. Row 3: Dale Croskrey, Marlin Baker. Teddy Lee, Don Milcholl, David Oursland. I CHAMPIONS AT A DOWNTOWN INSTRUCTION IN THE FINE ART OF PLAYING A VIOLIN. MR. BECKSTRAND DIRECTS THE BAND AT THE ANNUAL MUSIC CONCERT HELD IN THE NEW GYM. THE TWIRL- ERS ALSO PRESENTED SEV- ER AL FORMATIONS. Page ll7 THE BAND RELAXES BACKSTAGE AFTER A HECTIC DAY OI" MARCHING "CAN'T YOU IUST HEAR THE WHIR OF THAT AIRPLANE MOTOR?" Senior Play "Our Miss Brooks" a three act comedy by Perry Clark, was the class of '52's choice for their senior play. lt was presented December 6 and 7 to very appreciative audiences, under the capable direction of Mr. David Anderson. lt is based on the hilarious incidents in the life of everyone's favorite English teacher. The cast included Yvonne Geddes as the likable Miss Brooks, Don Crail as the principal, Bon lohns as the coach, lim Abbott as Ted Wilder, Bessie lacobson as lane, and Marnie Schmitz as Rhonda. Qther members of the cast were Violet Boll, leri Shaw, leanette Spear, Dennis Huqqins, lean lack- Puqe 118 son, Pat Williams, lanice lames, lna Dye, Stan Harrison, Pat Ficken and lean Pickens. Miss Brooks is faced with the problem of di- rectina the class play "Lost Horizons." She finds herself in trouble with the principal and the school board for not qivinq Rhonda Allen, dauqhter of the school board president, the lead in the play. She is in trouble with the coach because she qives his star basketball player the lead role. She is in trouble with the music teacher because the teacher feels she took the play away from her. The development and outcome of these situa- tions in the third act qave the audience a deliahtful and enjoyable eveninq of entertainment. SPEER AND SCHMITZ BATTLE IT OUT t All-School Play call includes. seated: Shirley Fournier, Iim Mehust, Anita Melby. Guy Nelson: standing: Keith Robinson, Rexann Rockwood, Gordon Rognlien, Shirley Main and Clarence Rydoen. All-School Play "Adams Eveninq" a three-act comedy by Kathe orine Kavanauqh was selected for the all-school play by Mr. David Anderson, play director, and pre- sented April 22 in the FCHS auditorium. Major roles of Adam Adams and his wife Anna, went to lim Mebust and Shirley Fournier. Other char- acter roles included Mrs. Bean, Adam's motherein- law, Lois Merritt: Dr. and Rosiia Fraqoni, a very jealous couple, Guy Nelson and Anita Melby: and Gortio and Casper, two Neqro servants played by Clarence Rydeen and Shirley Main. Keith Robinson and Roxanne Rockwood took the roles of Mr. and Mrs. Cokes with Gordon Roqnlien as Elmer, a crazy taxi driver. The play centers around Adam, who tries to slip quietly into his home at tour o'clock in the morning. He qives his excuse for be-inq late as a terrible auto accident in which he killed a man named William Cokes. When the real William Cokes turned up at Adam's home, the trouble poor Adam found himself in made a very enjoyable play. This annual production, the AllfSchool play, qives everyone in FCHS an opportunity to display his actinq ability. Page 119 FIRST Wl-IEK'S RI-ZHEARSALS ARE ALWAYS TRYING 'S 53 me 1 I 5+ "' W 35 Q. , . . , WJ ln ? 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W . ag' gwggm 1' .J-ff. -DJ 3' 'fi ami-r :L , . 5' , 'N , E 0 T? 2? .re AQ! :gr r lm +,V'f.i', 1 1:1 qi.: 1 - ,V , V .W :. - -fru- .fm -A . sr 'ff AW "1'Q:', - 1-arfikgn g 5116" Q' .nqS dmrred E E E I 4 1 E F ff I 5 1 5 :sf-vrrirz to be rrronnd whenever crnyone wants something :lowCl:l.B1r. Merrill, Ron Ovorby. Ken Sutherland, Dick Wilson, lim Abbott, Leo Dahlke, lim Mebult, oe urls e. Row 2: Noel Aronson, Dick Roath. Mike Poslon, Ken Miller, Glen Kao. Bill Heath, Leland Mebust, Keith Robinson. Row 3: Gary Blachly, Brice Mercord, Ioe Sliter, Ron Iohns, Bill Cyr, Gale Thompson, Howard Ruby, Don Huggins, Gary lyslad. How 4: Vernon Vlasak, lerry Siderius, Paul Kraft, Larry David, Al Prestrude, lim Iverson, Iack Brink- man. Mike Houston, Walt Sundelius Key Club Sfirvivr: isa the motto ot this boys' orqonizotion which KEY CLUB PARTICIPATES IN YOUTH FAIR PARADE FINISHING TOUCHES ON TI-IE LITTLE THEATER rlonr-, This: your hrrs boon rx busy one tor the Key club in thv trnishrnfr ot srvverrrl mrijor projects ond the corryinq out of srnnllrrr ones. The yeor storted with the oppointinq of !fOIIlIl'llllf?CS for the tinol work on the trofiic islonds in tront ot tho rrrrrririrrs. These islonds helped olleviote the rtrrrttinrg riroblorns rit Flcrtherxd ond cut down some of the rvrflclwsfa drivinrg cgrrused by the wide street. Anothur rncuor protect was the furnishing oi the little lltt'fllf'I in tho crnnex. The club purchased the screen, help- ud tho contrrrctor set up the seots, ond put in the opercr- tor':s booth. Other crctivitros included helping with the loodinq oi thrv Bri lvionntfiiri Sl-ci bus, stdckinq wood in Mr. Crowes hraarirrir nt clnrinq his illness, the cleoninq of lockers dur- mrr thu :second sornester, cmd the covering ot the snock iirrr in tht- new ryyrnncrsium. The club cilso won the White Christrnrrs contest by contributinq the qreotest ornount ral ftittsz tor noody children. The Key club is led this ye-or by lim Abbott, presi' riwntg Dick Wilsori, vice president: lim Mebust, secretory, rrnrt loo Carlisle, treasurer. Leo Dohlke now holds the rrout ot rlistrir-t Lieutenant Governor for Montdno. Key club is ri notionol orqonizotion sponsored by KlWflIllS lritorrirrtioriol. Faculty members who crre on the Krrlissrtwll Kiwrrnis committee tor Key club ore Mr. Merritt rtnrl Mr. liirrhcirdson. Orr ri ncrtionril busts the Key club is becorninq more of f.n honorrrry or-ionization requiring o scholostic stcrnd- infg in tho upper third of the closs ond cr hiqh deqree ot tntrvrrfszt in tho scrvico cmd betterment of the school. Everil Sliter. Lumber, Fuel and General Merchandise Page 123 Service Groups LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Row 1: Betty Kauffman, Audrey Treweek, Norma Albritton, Roberta Smith, Martha Wil- son, Louise Meeks. Row 2: May Coverdell, Carol Frach, Beatrice Iackson, Shirley Hiebert, Kota Hartsoch, Elaine Wilke, Ioy Williams, Lona Sundby, Violet Roll. Marilyn Hummel. OFFICE ASSISTANTS Row 1: Ioanne Hohman, Car- olyn Hanses, Marlene Man- ning. Row 2: Rexann Rockwood. Doris McBride, Magel Com- merford, lla Butler, Rose Nelson, Shirley Oesch, Mar- iorie Iohnslon, Marion Kli- sis, Elizabeth Moore. PROIECTIONISTS Row 1: Noel Coleman, Bill Cyr. Iim Wright, Bill Roath, lim Far- rington, Wayne Halverson. Row 2: Francis Thibert, Vernon Vlasak, Harold Archibald, Bob Cummings, Mike Poston, Charles Spindler. Row 3: Gilbert Passmore, Larry Wilson, Franklin Thomas, Ice Mil- ner, Arden Olsen, Stanley Hanson. Row 4: Mr. Ylinen. USHERS How 1: Betty Millhouse, Shirley Main, Audrey Treweek. Row 2: Yvonne Struble, Roberta Smith, Anita Melby. Row 3: Dorothy Bruyer, Iosephine Bruyer, Rosemary Aker, Doris Lyonais. Row 4: Connie McCown, IoAnne Olson, Iacque Gould, Carolyn Hanses, Yvonne Geddes. Page 124 Row 1: Bob Cummings, Ray Jones. Shirley Ierrow, Dorothy Koenig, Carol Lykins, George Schulze, Charles Aker. Row 2: Mr. Wilson, Rose Marie Hanses, Magel Commeriord, Arlen Roll, Marilyn Hummel, Mike Stock- ton, Gilbert Passmore, Roberta Weller, Gordon Rognlien, Rexann Rockwood, Barbara Anderson. lim Farrington, Pat LeDuc, Harold Archibald, Dorothy Smith, Ioanne Hellman, Yvonne Iohnxon, Arden Olsen, Ieanne Monk. Row 3: Theora Paola, Iim Gilbertson. Betty Io Gibney, Austin Weikert, Carolyn Hanses. Marlin French, Ierry Sommers, IoAnne Wolfe, Elmo Mower, Louise Tennant, lim Gilbertson, Gloria Parker, Franklin Thomas, Louise Amundson. Dixie Abell, Virgie Shoemaker, Barbara Kinshella, Dick Malone, Row 4: Sharon Meacham, Larry Graham, Shirley Phillips, Don Blasdel. Verda Sommers, Don Micken, Ioyce Keierteber, Dennis Huggins, Marilyn Moore, Ken Cave, Bob Gassert. Nancy Gilchrist, lean Livingston, lean Van Alltine, Evart Norvell, Roberta Gibson, Margaret Gassert. Ed Malstrom, Frank Herron, Shirley Hummel. Row 5: Charles Little, Lee Little, Fay Baden. Lona Hanson, Gerry Holombo, Connie Green, Bill Brinkman. Marlene Manning, Phil Rognlien, Alma Hoyt, Frank Tetrault, Larry Durocher, Bob Mack, Nancy Harmon, Arlene McElroy, Fred Leach. Square Dance Club The Square Dance club is among the newest and largest clubs at Flathead. lt was started last year, to provide a new means of entertainment, and to encourage square dancing in and around Kal- ispell. The club has a record membership of l7U stitrlents, Mootinas are held on Thursday nights in the girls' gym. Dancing is to recorded music and calls: however, there is some "line calling" during the meetings. Membership cards are titty cents and are good lor all the dances during the year. SWING YOUR PARTNER! One of the outstanding activities of the year was the exhibition of square dancing put on by the club at halt-time of the Great Falls-Flathead basket- ball game. Leading the organization this year were Gordon Rognlien, president: and Rexann Rockwood, vice president. Betty Millhouse was secretary-treasurer the first semester with Shirley Main taking over the second semester. Mr. F. E. "Rip" Wilson is the sponsor. Page ALAMANDE LEFT -1 125 Row 1: Berl Buck, Edly Moon, George Paine, Duane Worth, Lee Little, Leroy Gilbertson, Billy Hoiland, grul::eGIellisorQ, Larry Bailey, Clinton Spindler, Roger Charhonneau, Donald Oesch, Channing Sullivan, ic rouwx er. Row 2: Lyle Birky, Gene Kilpatrick, Francis Egan, Melvin Oitedahl, Arnold Fulbright, Iames Wright, Larry Graham, Don Graham, Iay Kilpatrick, Warner Bartleson, Ronald Graham, Iohnny Bruyer, Gene Watters, Gary Aklestad, Carl Rebbe. Row 3: Mr. Robinson, Ray Arno. Charles Clapper, Duane Stokes, Reimon Tallada, Carl Rhodes, Law- rence Brunner, Gene Doty, Eugene Miller, George Schulze, Robert Monaghan, Ronald Hoye, Iames Hosford. John Nelson, George Lund, Charles Clark, Ray Iones, Orin Ford. Wilson Managhan, Don Peters, Mr. Olson. Row 4: Darryl Olson, Clifford Luke, Francis Thibert, Larry Loehr, Norman Olson, lim Hanson, Dale Son- stelie, Donald Fulbright, Kenneth Veigel, Iimmie Eayrs, Kenneth Bunker, Dave Ballenger. Row 5: Floyd Krause, Ray Linrude, Ronald Bronson, Don Peterson, Ben McKinley, Elmer Allers, Worden Hardy, Gary Keierleber, Larry Meyers, Chuck Little, Floyd Mitten, Don Sievers, Dave Fleming, Don Jones, Sanford Kauffman, Dale Brown, Iames Wittlake, Gilbert Passmore, Arden Olsen. Future Farmers of America Future Farmers of America, or "F. F. A." as it is commonly known, is the national organization of, by, and for boys studying vocational agriculture in public secondary schools under the provisions of the National Vocational Education Acts. The aims of the organization are to help boys become estab- lished in farming and give them experience in ex- pressing their views in front of people. Any boy studying vocational agriculture with the capabilities and facilities for a project program is eligible for membership. Flathead Chapter of FFA was organized in Flat- head County High School in 1930 and has functioned ever since. lt is recognized nationally as holding the record of nine consecutive gold emblem awards for chapter achievement, The chapter has rented farms in the past and at present has a lO year lease on the County Farm. Here experiments in irrigation, fertilizers, and brorne grass seed crop are helping to give the boys experience in becoming successful farmers. To show the people of the valley the benefits and disadvantages of sprinkler irrigation, the chap- ter sponsored an irrigation day last Iune. This year the chapter organized a citizenship committee, led by Arden Olsen, as a basis for a state citizenship committee. Other outstanding activities of the year Equity Supply Co. Page 126 included a Parent and Son banquet, a joint meeting with Poison FFA, and a hobby and talent night. Leading the Flathead Chapter of FFA this year are lames Wright, president: Don Blasdel, vice pres- identp Larry Graham, secretary: lay Kilpatrick, treas- urer, Don Graham, reporter: and Orin Fredenberg, sentinel. Mr. Robinson and Mr. Olson are advisors. PAST SECRETARY, DALE GILBERTSON, TURNS FFA RECORDS TO THIS YEAR'S PRESIDENT, IAMES WRIGHT. smfsvmm ,cv OVER 3 wx-ncu 'rwm HAS THE Tom? HOW DID HE GET IN THERE? FFA Members Display Prize Winning Projects FFA BOY WITH HIS SWEEPSTAKES CALF V " ' rv 5: if M, X- .... 1 1 ,ig uw A, , -5- ,f ' '-"- I I :.. f I T :fha . fgs1.'SfQ2V 'ff I 5335 ' 'QEE :.i -25. - 4 Z f i -. Q 1-4 . ' ' ' 4 1 , 1 ' I 5 I - .... A . 1. V 6 ::,.,, 1. , , h .bl ..,. .., I " ' ' .,,. Q I X 8 . . ,.:: ' : 1:,:, ,,., N BUSY ON ANOTHER PROIECT "N, ,,.,. .p:: , , wwe.. ..:.:. ,..,,,m MW,,.. , ,L :gases AG BOYS SPREADING OUT GRAIN TO DRY IN THE VO-AG BUILDING TO SAL- VAGE CROP DESPITE FALL RAINS. HOT DOG CONCESSION IN FULL SWING AT TI-IE CHAMPIONSHIP FOOTBALL GAME Page 127 Row l: Alta Minthorn, Lucille Wilhelm, Loris Iohnson, Marva Mitton. Doreen Pound, Pat Tinney, Laura Van Alstine. Louise Wilhelm, Ioanne Martinson, Geneva Sonstelie, Louise Donaldson, Maqel Commer- ford. Donna Mae Burns, Carlyle Croisettier, Gail Pfohl. Helen Heikens. Row 2: Carol Lykins, Ruth Staab, Sydney Reynolds, Shirley Hummel, Ioan Taylor, Peggy Platts. Betty Mattheisen, Roberta Weller, Shirley Mellem. Lucille Mero, Margaret Gassert, Marcella Mathiason, Betty Parker, Alice Krause, Nadine Bunker, Bonnie McKellar. Lona Hansen, Dorothy Smith. Helen Sundby. Avis Ginqery, Irene Nelson, Delores Bellmore. Nedra Wright. Row 3: Miss Sweeney, Lois Grimsrud. Iune Hutchins, Kay Hodgson. Helen Speare, Deanna Iensen, Carol Hanson, Dorothy Hader, Naomi Lewis, Anna Patterson, Genelle Thompson. loAnn Ryder, Barbara Wilson, Mary Ann Schad, Mary Ellen Rosecrans, Ioan Van Alstine, Imadell Iames, Arlene McElroy, Patsy Kinshella. Future I-Iomemakers of America To promote a growing appreciation of the joys and satisfaction ot homemaking is the aim of the Flathead Chapter oi Future Hornemakers of America. Each year this active orqanization has a worthwhile service project. Dressing of dolls for the White Christmas was the project chosen this year, The main chapter activities this year included: annual Christmas potluck dinner, a scavenger hunt for new members, FHA and FFA picnic, and Mothers Day tea. An impressive initiation ceremony for new members is held in the fall. l-lere the girls gave a hat review. Future l-lomemalcers are led this year by Martha Wilson, president: IoAnn Martinson, vice president: Beverly Erickson, secretary: Magel Commerford, music chairman: lrene Nelson, reporter: Laura Van Alstine, parlamentarian, and Miss Sweeney, spon- sor. FHA Offers Varied Activities for Girls Page 128 FHA OFFICERS AND SPONSORS ARE. FROM LEFT TO RIGHT, IOANNE MARTIN- SON, TREASURER: MRS. MILLER. SPON- SOR: MARTHA WILSON, PRESIDENT: MISS SWEENEY, SPONSOR: DOREEN POUND, VICE PRESIDENT: MRS. ERICKSON, CHAP- TER MOTHER: AND BEVERLY ERICKSON, SECRETARY. DRESS REVIEW IN FULL SWING AS GIRLS MODEL THEIR "ROUND THE CLOCK WEAR. THEY ARE BARBARA WILSON, VERA WALTERS, BONNIE IONES, MARY ELLEN ROSECRANS, CONNIE MCCOWN. LAURA STENBERG AND LOIS GRIMSRUD - :II lllll, llll.l Row l: Roberta Smith. Shirley Fournier, Harold Archibald. Bob Heitzig, Phil Rognlien, Dick Savage, lim Abbott, Wayne Halvorson. Gary House, Ben McKinley. Row 2: Mr. Nelson. Maridonna Fisher. Barbara Wilson, Sally Salinq, Luann Hanson, Maxine Siderius, l.ivAnne Boveq, Charles Aker, Bob Cummigs, Tom Treloar, Howard Bear. How 3: Nancy Hughes, Dorothy Koenig, Darlene Bitney, Laura Stenberg, lean Iackson. Lila Auberge, Gerry Holombo, Gene Kilpartick. Dora Lee Ostrom. Sltzmarkers Because ot the areater interest and participa- An annual event sponsored by the Sitzmarkers tion in skiinq, Sitzmarkers has become one of the is the Bill Barnum Memorial Ski Races held at Biq major orqariizations at Flathead. Any student who Mountain. This year the Kalispell and Whitefish is interested in sl-:tina may become a member ot Ski clubs also sponsored the Hiqh School Meet at this qroup. BK! lVlOL1T1tCIir1. Officers ot the Sitzmarkers are: Dick Savaae, presidentp Howard Bear, vice president, and Audrey Treweek, sec' retary. Sponsors are Mr. Richard Nel- son and Mr. F. E, "Rip" Wilson. GIRL SCOUT TROOP NO. 10 Row I: Mrs. Tetrault, Ioyce Strassburg, Arlene McElroy, Gail Lyonais, Miss Sweeney. How 2: Barbara Wilson. Barbara Anderson, Judith Wells. Linda Landry. KINTLAS Row l: Gloria Parker, Ruth Staab, Gail Ptohl, Colene Hilden. To promote scoutinq at FCHS, two troops of Row 2, Phyllis gqm,,,,,,, -1-eddy page, Liv. Senior Girl Scouts have been orqanized. Any high BMO Bowne- Zelda Krueger. Dvrothir Smith. school fjirl is elicjible to have her name put on a ROW 3: Darlene Nofdqunl' KW fLeFe"fe Y s bl . waiting list to belonq to these troops. New members mme tm e are chosen as vacancies occur. "The Kintlasu put on a 3-act comedy, "My Sol- dier Girls" in March, as their major project ol the year. This troop is also planning a camping trip to the West Coast in Auaust. Officers of "Kintlas" are Yvonne Struble, president: LivAnne Bovenq, vice presidentp Phyllis Battleson, secretaryetreasurerg and Zelda Krueger, reporter. Troop No. 10, which is composed mostly ot ireshrnari cjirls, has completed the rnakinq ol a quilt for ri project. Officers ot this troop are Barbara Wilson, president, Arlene McElroy, vice president, Loris johnson, secretary: Iudy Wells, treasurer: and Lorirx Hansen, scribe. Page 129 l . , it Q f' t it "" ig FIRST SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL Row l: Bette Iohns, Kay Lal-'evre, losefahine Bruyer, Ken Sutherland, Gary Iystad, Betty Io Hanses, Donna Torbert, Susan Flottman, Nancy Harmon. Row 2: Darlene Nordquist, Carol Frach, Doris Lyonais, Iohn MacMillan, Mike Pearce, Mariean Wilken, Arnie Riebe, lim Abbott, Phil Rognlien. Row 3: Mr. Christison, Doris Tutvedt, Audrey Treweek, lla Butler, Shirley Hegqen, Harold Gillet, Mr. Merritt. Row 4: lay Kilpatrick, Gene Watters, Larry David, Ben McKinley, Eugene Bern, Darrel Albert, Frank Landon, lack Overby. Row 5: Bill Heath, lack Brinkman, Leo Dahlke, Noel Aronson, Tom Treloar, Don Huggins, Leonard Ferguson, lorry Siderius, Dan Mitchell Ron Johns, lim Mebust. Student Council To assure Flathead students a voice in their own gov- ernment is the purpose of the Student Council. Through this body the students legislate and govern the activ- COUNCIL MEMBERS DECCIIIVIE CHRISTMAS TIIES IN ities at Flathead. The Student Council is composed of one representa- - - tive elected by each home room, plus the class representa- tives at large. Council officers, who must be upperclass- men, are elected every semester by the entire student body after vigorous campaigning of the candidates. Students belonging to the Council gain valuable experience in government by closely following parlia- mentary procedure. Granting of school mixers and concessions to vari- ous groups, promoting more student assemblies, enforc- ing senior privileges, electing a cheer queen, and helping with the Thanksgiving Day game were some of the pro- jects of the l95l-52 Student Council. First semester Student Council officers were: Gary lystad, president: Ken Sutherland, vice presidenty Betty lo I-lanses, secretary. ln a very close and hotly contested election, lames Wright was elected president for the sec- ond semester. lcle was assisted by Ron Overby, vice- president, and Ruth Franz, secretary. losephine Bruyer held the office of treasurer for the entire year. Mr. Merritt and Mr. Christison are the sponsors. MAIN HALL. Page 130 SECOND SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL Row 1: Larry David, LaVon LaValley, Hon Overby, losephine Bruyer, Iim Wright, Ruth Franz, Rosiunne Poor, Betty Millhouse, Shirley Halseth. Dick Miller. Row 2: Guy Nelson, Carol Frach. Marilyn Moore, Kathryn Iasken, Chris Thompson, Diane Calbick. Della Martinson, Sharon Robbin. Beverly Iensen, Arlene Krall. Row 3: Mr. Christison, Ronald Lockhart, Iay Kilpatrick, Dick McDevitt, Leonard Ferguson. Dorothy Smith. Barbara Wilson, Lois Peterson, Harold Gillet. Row 4: Dan Mitchell, Leo Dahlke. Tom Treloar, Ierry Siderius, Ken Sutherland, Arnie Riebe, Ron Iohns, Larry Myers, Paul Kraft. Bglfifgl CAMPAIGNING IN FULL FORCE FOR SECOND SEMESTER COUNCIL OFFICERS Page 131 - L Q 4. . ,.. ARROW STAFF Row I: Sue Curry, Pat Clark, Dorothy Iverson, Ieri Shaw, Ron Iohns, Betty Io Hanses, Diane Calbick, Lois Merritt. Yvonne Geddes, Iim Mebust. Row 2: Karol Kaus, Mr. Christison, Marie Arnold, Beverly Loy. Shirley Smith, Ruth Franz, Marnie Schmitz, Margaret Loveall, Gordon Roqnlien, Don Crail, Mary Smith, Wally Fowler, Don Huggins, Iim Abbott, IoAnn Flynn, Mr. Anderson. Row 3: Donna Christopher, Nancy Harmon, Charlene Mudd, Mary Margaret Slack, Mariorie lohnston. Magel Commerford, Sarah Smith, Beverly Iacobson, Iim Iverson, Keith Robinson, Leland Mehust. Row 4: lean Lowman, Sue Little, Doris McBride, Marcella Thibert, IoAnn Lynch, Marilyn Moore, Sandra Bobbin, Darlene Olson, Lona Sundby, Donna Torbert, Virginia Bertrand. Arrow Sta!! Aiming at another All-State rating is Flatheads Montana to exchange ideas and suggestions. school publication, the Flathead Arrow. Of the last eleven ratings received by the Arrow, nine have been All-State. The Arrow staff this year was the same both semesters. Ron lohns was editor-in-chief. Those work- ing under him were Betty lo l-lanses, associate edif I EXDQHQHCG in HGWS Writing' mtgrvlewmq' solicit- tory Diane Calbiclc, news editorp Lois Merritt, feature mg' business management' cmd makeup 15 gamed editor, and lames Mebust, sports editor. Assistants ' ' ure: an a ow er, s orts. usiness mana er Tlw Arrow is fl member Of lhfee lOUmUllSllC was Yvonne Gseddes and djdvertising manager vgas societiesg lnternational Quill and Scroll Association jen Sndwl Mn David Andsfsdn is sdnondl ddvisor of Northwestern University, Montana Scholastic Press Und Mn Ksnnsfn Cnnsnsdn is business ddvison Association, and the National Press Association. This year for the first time the Arrow is a R ' t t' es of the Arrow staff went to the ekjresen G W Sscolurnn tabloid size with six pages, The paper now annuall MIEA meet in October where they met with school paper representatives from all over comes out regularly every two weeks. Page 132 GBE wi-Hz: CAN'T MAKE-UP EVER FIT? BUSY FOLDING THE SCANDAI- SHEET . ,. Lgssigsglss Row 1: Betty Io Hanses, IoAnn Miller. Yvonne Geddes, Dorothy Iverson, Sarah Smith. Diane Calbick, Shirley Chrisinger. Mariorie Iohnston, Ioan Pickens. Row 2: Miss Schoknecht. Gary Iystad, Dick Wilson, Rosemary Aker, Margaret Loveall, Ieri Shaw, Elaine Wilke, Pat Ficken, Beverly lacobson. Donna Torbert, Sylvia Toth, Mr. Nelson. Row 3: Wally Fowler, Ioe Carlisle. Ioe Sliter. lim Abbott, Ron Iohns, Dennis Huggins, Bill Brinkman. Pat Clark. Row 4: Barbara Bliss, Iean Iackson, Patsy Williams, Connie McCown, Iacque Gould, Ruth Franz, Marnie Schmitz, Gerene Clark. Louise Donaldson IQIIW ai llif- soiiiar: iiiost honored traditions in that ol 1-flititiii tlii- Flatlioad yoarboolc as a vgaiiizcatioiis ftlwltlllfll if-ifoifl ol tho yvriils ovoiits. Annual Sta!! mari aditors Marnie Schmitz and leri Shaw. Or- lvlarjorio lohrisiori. Art Patsy Williaiiis. Miisit: loan Iaclfsoii arid Barbara Bliss. Sports lfioii lolms, loo Sliior arid liiii Abbott. Business Maria- 'l'wrf lilfllfl fitlilwtif' vliaiiiriioriships, FFAVS ria tional iiwoiiiiiliciti llJl llltlllllllllf'IJllSOQ,'llllVl? lllIlO,fiI1d l'lf1tl1.tf1fl'11 tml- iiiiigzif-al affliiovoiiiorits hiqhliqht tho I'l'ifZ l'I.A'l'llllAlJ. 'l'lii:: yt-ai':: :stall is lioadod by Sarah Ami ilriiitli, Nfilllll iiifliiiil, with Dorothy lvoisori arid Di' mfr t,,alliir'l: aaa arszlifstaiit aditors. 'l'lii' :stall f'oii:sisl:1ril: Saiiior oditors RiithPrar1z, tliiiiiii- lflf'f:IiWl1flllf'l Sliirloy Cflirisir'i'lPV- lL1UiOV Cdl' twin ltiit l'iwl:i-ii arid Elaiiia Wilke. Sophomoro i-flitfiizz ltli'flll1'Lit,illlfl arid Mamarot Lovoall. Fresh- days to bo ANNUAL BUSINESS STAFF, IOANN MILLER, BEVERLY IACOBSON AND YVONNE GEDDES PREPARE COPY. irors loAmi Miller, Yvonne Goddos, Beverly Iacobf 5011, Pal Clark and Sylvia Toth, Other than the iiriiiiodiato stall are about twenty- livo seiriiors who sold sponsorships and helped with stiidoiit sales. Faculty advisors are Miss Dorothy Scholaiecht, piiblicatioiis, arid Mr. Richard Nelson, photography arid business. lt is tho aim ol the stall to iiialco this '52 FLATHEAD a picliiro moiiiory bool-L of high school troasiired iii tho yoars lo Como. Page 133 MARIORIE IOHNSTON AND RUTH FRANZ APPROVE PAT WILLIAMS' ART WORK. Kwai FEATURE STAFF OF THE ARROW INCLUDES: SEATED, MARI- LYN MOORE, LOIS MERRITT, EDITOR: MARIE ARNOLD, BOBBY NEWMAN, SUE CURRY. STANDING: KEITH ROBINSON, IO- ANNE LYNCH, SANDRA ROBBIN, MAGEL COMMERFORD AND IEANNE LOWMAN. NEWS OF THE SCHOOL IS COMPILED FOR THE ARROW BY THE NEWS STAFF CONSISTING OF MARIORIE IOHNSTON, DOROTHY IVERSON, DIANE CALBICK, EDITOR: CHARLENE MUDD, SEATED. STANDING ARE RUTH FRANZ, IIM ABBOTT, GORDON ROGNLIEN, SARAH SMITH, AND MARY SMITH. ,,....-'M 3 THE IMPORTANT IOB OF RECORDING THE SCHOOL'S ATHLETIC PROGRAM IS THE WORK OF THE SPORTS STAFF COMPOSED OF BEVERLY LOY, DORIS MCBRIDE, KEITH ROB- INSON, IIM ABBOTT, WALLY FOWLER. LE- LAND MEBUST, IIM MEBUST, EDITOR: AND IIM IVERSON. Flathead Publication Staffs THE "FLATHEAD" EDITORS, DIANE CAL- BICK, DOROTHY IVERSON AND SARAH SMITH SEEM ALL WRAPPED UP IN THEIR WORK AS THEY SORT OUT CLASS PIC- TURES EOR THIS YEAR'S ANNUAL. Page 134 FX 84" t Jfjfimlr 'I as fra " X it v wwe .r - f .4 so-., . is LK" .B M Nu GETTING READY FOR THE ART CLUB BALI. Row l: Adrienne Mills, Barbara McCulloch, lean Iackson, Patsy Williams. Art Club 'l-llf' Art fvluli itIlfl4'l the direction of Edward iitiiitty, wax: oitianized this year to arouse the in- tf,-it-:zt of tho students ol ECHS in art and to promote and gttiiviiasu now equipment for the art department it 1:1 marie up of they advanced art students. Thf- Art ffluh entered the prize winninq float in tht- Youth Fair ymrafity this year. They also sponsored tht- Artists Hall that was enjoyed by inany. Qllitwrrs aio: pro::irim1t, loan laclfcson, vice presi- titint, llatfsy Williainxsp secretary, Adrienne Mills. Row 2: Louise Donaldson. Elaine Shoberq, Cyril Baker, Ioe Schumacher. Lila Aaherge, Margaret Harrah, Bonnie Swanberg. Quiver Club The Quiver club is a literary orqanization which has as its purpose the encouraqinq of better writinq from those interested in this field. Anyone interested in writinq is eliqible for membership. Every year this club publishes THE QUIVER, a maaazine of the writinqs ot Flathead students. lt also sponsors a movie with STANLEY AND LIV- INGSTONE beina chosen in 1952. Olticers are: president, lean Pickens: vice presi- dent, Michael Stockton: secretary, Gordon Roqnlien: and treasurer, Shirley Sand. The club is sponsored by Miss lla Grace Haqie. Page 135 Standing. left to right: LuAnn Hanson, Mary Margaret Slack, loAnne Olson, Sharon Tri, Paul Goss. lean Pickens, Gordon Rognlien. Shirley Sand, Michael Stockton, Louise Donaldson, Shirley Cramer Sitting: Miss Haqie. O. K. THEN, DON'T YELL GET YOUR PROGRAMS HERE! ! AH, YOUR FODDER'S MUSTACHE THE ONLY WHY T0 WIN F CHS CHEERLEADERS SUE LITTLE GERENE CLARK CONNIE MCCOWN ILA BUTLER Standard Motors Page 136 Row 1: Sue Little. Yvonne Geddes, Connie McCown, Rosemary Aker, Gerene Clark, Iacque Gould. lla Butler, Harold Gillel. Row 2: Arlen Steubs, Fred Kirkpatrick, Dennis Huggins, Doris McBride, Norma Albritton, Anita Melby. Audrey Treweek, IoAnne Olson, Beverly Iensen, Beverly Iacobson, Mr. Coffey. How 3: Kay Lelfevre, Teddy Page, Dorothy Smith, Mariean Wilken, Helen Sundby, Beverly Phillips, Betty Millhouse, Doris Lyonais, Dorothy Bruyer, Arlene Kraft, Elaine Manning. Row 4: Dick Arnold, Dick Wilson, Tom Treloar, Larry David, Leo Dahlke, Billie lean Olson, Marnie Schmitz, Ruth Franz, Iosephine Bruyer. Row 5: Leland Mebust, Howard Bear, Ron Iohns, Ioe Sliter, Don Huggins, Michael Stockton, Ioe Carlisle, lack Warner, Noel Aronson. Row 6: Bill Dickinson, Bob Franr. Pep Club To load cheering and create more pep and szcliool spirit at football and basketball games is the inain obicctive of Flatheads Pep club. Wearing their bright orange sweaters, members of this organi- zation sit as fl cheering section, usher, and sell pro- granis at all QUIIICS. Sponsoring a bus to Missoula for the Flathead- lT'S IUST GOTTA GO IN! Missoula game, selling seat cushions, sending the cheerleaders to both tournaments, helping out at the Teen Center, and putting on Pep assemblies are some of the many things that keep the Pep club members busy. An outstanding event of the year was the annual banquet for all athletic teams. To raise money the group sold advertisements for basketball posters. This year the Pep club is under the leadership of Harold Gillet, presidenty Howard Bear, vice pres- ident: lacque Gould, secretary, Rosemary Aker, treasurer: Yvonne Geddes, merit point keeper, and Connie McCown and Dennis Hug- gins, sergeants-at-arms. Mr. Coffey and Mr. Beckstrand are sponsors. The Cheerleaders in their new orange outfits have done a wonder- lul job of leading student cheers and bringing out school spirit. They have taken an active part in plan- ning and carrying out pep assem- blies. At both tournaments they led the FCHS cheering delegation. Page l37 Row 1: Dorothy Hader, Nancy Gilchrist, Violet Roll, Chris Thompson, Dora Lee Ostrom, Ian Crosswhite, Joan Herbold, Arlene Kraft, Sydney Reynolds, Marcene Iverson. Row 2: Miss Brooks, Mariorie Iohnston, Pat Ufiord, Ioyce Milner, Marcella Mathiason, Shirley Sand, Pat LeDuc, Lois Peterson, Marian Mathiason, Miss Lewis. Row 3: Donna Mae Burns, Carol Stangeland, Susan Flottman, Shirley Niles, Pat Vaughn, Lois Grimsrud, Eileen Bailey, Eleanor Dygert, Dorothy Smith, Peggy Roll. Girls Athletic Association GAA is Flatheads sports organization for girls. With the construction of the new gymnasium this year, the girls now have the old gym to themselves. Because of this there is a wider variety of activities for the girls to participate in. These include basket- ball, badminton, shufflelooard, darts and volleyball. By participating in these activities a girl can earn her star, and chevrons on the basis of the point system. To benefit the loan l-lerbold fund the members of GAA challenged the members of the F club to an exhibition volleyball game. The game devel- Page 138 YOU TELL 'EM, OLIVE oped into a hilarious farce with F club members frantically clutching at their shifting costumes. The high point of the year is the annual Play Day sponsored by the Womens Athletic Associf ation of Montana State University. Ten girls are chosen to go to this function and they are placed on separate teams so they can get acquainted with girls from the various schools represented. The officers of GAA are Christine Thompson, president, Dora Lee Ostrom, vice presidentp and lan Crosswhite, secretary-treasurer. Miss Olive Lewis and Miss Cecil Brooks are sponsors. COME ON, FRANK. GIVE THEM THE WORD 111-11111111111 111 11111111111' 1111111111::. 1111111 1i11S1 111 11111 l31I11l W111 111111111111111 .f1f1111l. A1 11111 1 1111111111 1111111 111111 1311111 11.13 55511111 w1111'11 '111' 111 1111111111 1111- 111'111f1v1111111111f: 111 111.11 1111' 11Q1.v A 111111 111 1111111111111 111111117 1111111 11171111111 11111 P11111 lf? 111111 51111:-111 111 1111111111111 W1111 11f1'Jv 111111111111 11111 V1I1S11Y 3111111111: 111 111111111111, 111:111111111111, 1111111 Vlllfl ?11Zl1I111, flllfl 1111v-1 vv1i11 1-.HX 1: 1 ll Iv! lull Row l: Bob Bekkedahl, Ron Overby, Ken Sutherland, Lew Anderson. Gary Iystud, Arnie Riebe, Leon Gardinq How Z: Dick Savage, jerry Siderius, Mike Poston, Dick Wilson, lim Abbott, Bill Roath, lim Mebust, Keith Gustin, Dick Knox Row 3: Frank Landon. Dick Mockbee, Harley Remington, Dick Grosswiler, Eddie llqen, Earl Dennison, lim Slrodtbeck. Ron Bartlett Row 4: George Dennison, Bob Blake, Iohn Durcdo, lack Burr, Ierry Miller. F Club 1111- 1111111111 1111 111 11111 11 .'ll111 1l4lV,' 1'1J11'11'11111 111 1111111111 1111 11 VJ1I111111111 lJfl11I 11111 W111 111111111-11111F11111111111 111 111 THE 'BUS' WENT SOUTH SHORT IOES IN LONG IOHNS 1v11NN1.M1NN1 HA HA HA Row l: Pat Williams, Marnie Schmitz, Diane Calbick, Ron OverbY, Gary Iystad, Martha Wilson, Pat Ficken, Betty Io Hanses, Ruth Franz. Row Z: Ron Johns, Al Prestrude, Iosephine Bruyer, Chris Thompson, Margaret Loveall, Shirley Hiebert, Elaine Wilke, Barbara Bliss. Miss Kurtz. Row 3: Gale Thompson, Dick Wilson, Ken Sutherland, Iim Wright, Dick Roath, Dorothy Iverson, Betty Kjos, Marlene Manning. How 4: Gilbert Passmore, Sarah Smith, lean Pickens, Mariorie Iohnston. Appinokwls The National Honor Society was established to stimulate scholarship and to counteract a tendency in high school to place too much emphasis on ath- letic and social events. The emblem of this Society is the keystone and flaming torch. The keystone bears at its base let- ters representing the four principles of the organiza- tion-Character, Scholarship, Leadership and Ser- vice. Pins bearing this emblem are worn by all members of the society. Flathead chapter of the National Honor Society is Appinokwis, a Kootenai Indian word meaning "in the morning." juniors and seniors in the upper third of their class and who are approved by the faculty, are eligible for Appinokwts. New members are tapped in a dignified candlelight ceremony. Officers of Appinokwis this year are Gary Iystad, president: Ron Overby, vice president: and Martha Wilson, secretary-treasurer. Quill and Scroll A goal tor journalism students to work for is Quill and Scroll, an international honor society for high school journalists. To be eligible for membership in this society, a student must be a junior or a senior ranking schol- astically in the upper third of his class. He must have done superior work in writing, editing or business management for the school newspaper or yearbook and be recommended by its supervisor. Flathead Chapter of Quill and Scroll is known as the Dean Stone Chapter. l95l-52 officers are Ron johns, president: and Betty lo Hanses, secretary- treasurer. Mr. Anderson and Miss Schoknecht are sponsors of the group. Standing: Ron Iohns, Iirn Mebust, Betty Io Hanses, Miss Schoknecht, Sarah Smith, Diane Calbick, Lois Merritt, Dorothy Iverson, Marjorie lohnston. Page 140 Kneeling: Yvonne Geddes, IoAnn Miller, Ieri Shaw, Ruth Franz, Mr. Anderson. . ,W 2 Neff' Row 5: Jexgita Melby, Shirley Hiebert. Sandra Bobbin. Arlene Webster, Betty Millhouse How : erie Conrad, Maridonna Fisher, Roberta Smith, Laura Stenberg, Barbara dollier. 3: L ' ' ' ' ' Row oil Merritt, Elizabeth Moore, Lrvlnne Bovenq, Charlene Mudd, Mr. Richardson. Row 4: Gordon Hoqnlien, Don Crail, Leland Mebust. Noel Bronson. National Forensic League To frain poise and experience in public speak- irra are the aims of the National Forensic Leaque at Flathead. 'This oraanization rs open to all students who are rrrtrrrested in public sr-eakinq and are willinq to work hard, The only requirement is that the student main- tain a three average or above in school grades. l,,ettt-rs are awarded active members. Valuable experience is qained when members rrartitfipate in the main annual events which are the "l Speak for Democracy" contest, the oratorical wontr-st sponsored by the American Leqion, the lntersfrholastic meet at Missoula, and various other trips. The offirfurs ol the 1951-52 Chapter of NFL are Sandra flobbin, president: Shirley Hiebert, vice rrresideritg Betty Mrllhouse, secretary: and Arlene Webster, treasurer. Mr. Torn Richardson and Mr. Mitcho Pappas are sponsors. Debate Debate is one place where one can really let fly with the words. Debate is a major part of the NFL. There were approximately fifteen people who turned out and the sponsors then cut the squad to four, two on each team, one affirmative and one neoative on each team. Debate qives one a chance to show his speak- inq ability. The debator learns how to arque, to take criticism, and to think on his feet. The Debate team went to Polson, Whitefish, Libby, Ronan, Butte, Missoula, and Great Falls. They competed in the District and State Speech Meet which is held in Missoula every sprinq. The topic this year was: Resolved, that every American citizen be conscripted in time of war. FLATHEAD DEBATE TEAM X Leland Mebust ,,. Mr. Pappas Noel Aronson Mike Pearce ' K G E Z Page 141 vw A' "SO WHAT IF IT DOES LOOK SILLY, I WANT THEM LEAVE IT TO A WOMAN- DOWN ON YOUR FOREHEADJ' JUNIOR GIRLS WHO WILL REP- RESENT I-'CHS AT GIRLS' STATE THIS SUMMER ARE BETTY MILL- H O U S E, AUDREY TREWEEK, DORIS MCBRIDE, AND SANDRA ROBBIN. Page 142 THESE STUDENTS WERE CHOSEN AS CANDIDATES FOR SENIOR SPEAKERS. THEY ARE IIM ABBOTT. SHIRLEY HIEBERT, IEAN PICKENS, RUTH FRANZ, IIM WRIGHT, KEN SUTHERLAND, AND RON IOHNS COME NOW, BOYS, YOU CAN'T BE THAT HUNGRY! EAGER STUDENTS RUSHING TO CLASSES ,gn- M km? "NOW MR. CHEEK. CLAD IN NIGHTCAP AND GOWN. CLIPCLOPPED INTO THE ROOM, SAW THE BOX AND SAT DOWN." Scenes from Pep Assembhes FACULTY CHORINES SHOW THE GIRLS HOW IT'S DONE HEAP BIG SCHMOOS Page 143 BIG ROMANCE-FLAT!-IEAD STYLE POSTON GIVES PILLS TO PEP UP THE PLAYERS The 1952 FLATHEAD staff wishes to express its appreciation to the business and professional firms who have sponsored pages ONE-PAGE SPONSORS Aker's Grocery ............,..... 19 B 6- B Food Mart Y............,, 23 Bi-Rite Drug ...-. .. ,,,7 ....21 Buttrey's ..........,................... 29 Conrad National Bank .,,, 40 Dickinson Music Stores... 105 Dr. Orser, Dentist ...Y,Y7,V,7, 38 Dr. Roche, Dentist ttt.,...,,,t 41 Equity Supply Co. ...c..tt.,tt 126 First National Bank .......,.. 28 Flathead Coca-Cola Bottling Co. ,,..........,.e.,.ee. . 22 . Flathead Motor Sales ....t 90 Greiq's Lakeside Dairy .... 30 Hall Motors ....Vc,,,.tt.,t.t...ii.. 20 Holland Furnace Co. ....... 27 Hummer's ,,,,.,.,...,....,...,... 121 Iacobson Foods ,........,...,, 88 I. C. Penney Co. t,tt.,t,,,,,t 39 Iohns Buick, Inc. ,t,,i..i..... .73 Kalispell Bowling Alley 86 Kalispell Glass 61 Paint 32 Kalispell Grocery .....,...,, 89 Kalispell Lumber Co. 33 Kalispell Mercantile ,l,,, ,. 72 ' ' 34 Mamon s .,,t,,tt,ttt,ti,,,,....,..,... Mercury Cleaners V,tt.V,.,t,i 35 Montana Hotel ,,,.,t,,,t,tt,t.tt,, 36 Morrison Economy Foods 112 O'Neil Printers ..V.,,te,,ttt.,,e.,, 92 Pearl's Beauty Nook ,,..... .24 Sliter, Everit ...,...,.,...:...... 123 Tobias Portrait Studio ...,. 42 Walt's Auto Repair ......... 25 Standard Motors ...,......... 136 Page 144 HALF-PAGE SPONSORS Al's Food Shop .,........... 54 Alton Pearce Drug ,,ccccc, 91 Blue 6: White Auto Court 43 Conrad Aqency ...,...,..,..,. 43 Cumminq's Standard Ser. 44 Dr. Curry, Dentist ..,.. ...., 4 4 Donaldson Men's Wear 76 Enqebretson Gravel . ,,1.t 59 Flathead Electric Co-op ..54 Floyd's Super Service ..,, 76 G 5: E Grocery ,,,,,,,,777.,,,, 46 Glacier Dairy ..,.,,,Y..111,11,,.... 37 Guest's Photo Art Shop ..3l Hansen Cleaners ..........., 59 Hansen Florists ,.......,v,.1Y,V1 47 Himsl-Wohlwend Motors 87 Hoover Transfer .,,..,........1 45 Hut, The ,.rv.,.,,r,,,,,,r, ,,.r.,, 4 7 Hutcheson Cleaners ,,c,.,, 87 Inter Lake ..,,,,,,...,,, ,,,,,,, 4 8 Iohns Hardware .,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 48 Kalispell Accounting , 49 Kalispell Drug ,,,,,,,,,,rr......, .49 Kalispell Furniture . r,,rr, 50 Kalispell Hotel ,rrrr, 50 Kalispell Plumbing and Heating ,r,,r,,i,.,,,i..,,rr,,.,,,. 5 1 KGEZ .,r.,r,.r.,,.,rc,.,,.,,...i.,.,,.. 141 MacMillan Druq ....,.,,.,,,,, 106 Main Street Furniture ,lr,, .51 Mclntosh Music House l06 Montgomery Ward ........c.V, 52 O. A. Iacobson, Insurance T. M. Pickens Real Estate ,,,.,.,,,.,.,.,..r,.,,.i..,.... 37 Payne G Bolton ...... .,....... 5 2 THE O NEIL PRINTERS, KALISPELL MONTANA fir Propane Company ..,....,..i 53 Robbin 6: Robbin ,rrr,,,r.rr,. .91 Smitty's Triple XXX .,...rr 53 Woodland Flower Shop 122 Woodward's ,......,................ 45 Woolworth's ,.,c,. ,..... 4 6 QUARTER-PAGE SPONSORS Adams Druq ...,......,,....,..,. 26 Anderson Theatre Co. .... 26 Army Goods Store i,,.,..,.... 26 Braunberqer's ....r,.., .,....,.... 5 5 California Sta. No. l ,......, 55 City Transfer ...r................ 55 Croskrey Motors ...,. ,,r.., 5 5 Del's Studio .,.... ..,... . 93 Eagle Shoe Co. ..,............r., 93 Ferqusson Shoe Co. ....... 57 Garnbles .. .. ,,11 93 Glacier Realty 2 ,,,,,,,,.....,..... 93 l-loward's Shine Parlor 57 lordan's Cafe ,,,,...,...,,....... 57 Kalispell Motor Supply 57 Kelly Furniture ...L .ii,.,....,. .58 Landry, Distributors ,,,,,,,, 58 Larson Implement Co. 58 Meridian Dairy .......,. .. 60 O. K. Rubber Welders ..... 58 Saverud Paint Shop ............ 60 Service Cleaners .............. 60 Valley Realty Aqency .... 26 fwfr 'f 'F' S JN U , 1 of Cl TL ' . 'S ' A' X 75 as f , f , lb ' I ' R117 ix 'fl xv .,-' 'V 'I X I LV! 1, Y K ,fix ,J f .3 J '.. -f ' 1 ,JA jk -. y V K 1 Lfk A X 1 I 44 K . 1 I 1 4 Y' , Q A-.A f x. 5 I . .J " Q 1 S x ,, ,xi , . 7-J., -ww, ' I 1 ' l'- ,' li! lf- 1 MT: I N. I ., .Q w K su 15- , w N I f 1,41 we xaffxii. 1 1, Ei .-rg fi A w . 5 , I f 1 f 1 r X . Q., r W x 5 , Vg' f , . 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