Flathead High School - Flathead Yearbook (Kalispell, MT)
- Class of 1953
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PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF FLATHEAD COUNTY
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Within the confines of the following pages, we, the annual staff have endeavored
to make this not merely another annual, but a book of memories .... a book
that will call to mind and memory the many happy activities of school days at
"the Home of the Braves."
lt is our hope that each of you will cherish and preserve this memory book
so that in years to come you can re-live your high school days with a sense of
pleasure and satisfaction.
However, your annual staff could not have arrived at any degree of success
without the guiding help of Miss Dorothy Schoknecht and Mr. Richard Nelson,
whose efforts were untiring.
ln closing l would like to leave a thought with each of you: seniors, as you
go out into the world and underclassmen as you finish your high school career.
l would like to quote from the works of Edgar Guest.
"Life is a gift that the humblest may boast of
And one that the humlolest may well make the most of.
Get out and live it each hour of the day,
Wear it and use it as much as you may:
Don't keep it in niches and corners and grooves,
You'll find that in service its beauty improves."
Betty Millhouse, Editor-in-chief
KENNETH A. RAWSON, PRINCIPAL FLATHEAD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
TO THE CLASS OF 1953
There are so rnany avenues of life open to all of us that it is easy, when the
going gets tough iand it always doesl, to quitffand go another way. You have
not quit in your struggle to obtain for yourself a high school diploma.
Therefore to you l extend the heartiest of congratulations upon your present
achievement. May it be only the first in many of lite's successes in store for you.
You now have a good start in developing your ability to do things. However,
it is only a start. Remember the world judges you and pays you not for what
you decide to do but for what you actually do. Dreams don't count until they begin
to work themselves into reality.
Don't expect something lor nothing. Work for what you want. No amount of
talent or no amount of influence will carry you very far unless you work. An
accident may put you into a responsible position, but nothing but fitness and work
will hold you there.
May the best of liie be yours.
Kenneth A. Rawson
To those Whom We love best and to Whom We owe most
Our Parents ...... we dedicate the 1953 Flathead.
Father, our strength, protection and care.
Mother, our comforter, counsellor and guide.
They have always been our fortress in need and they have
been considerate and forgiving in our mistakes.
God bless them.
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SEATED: MR. IAMES MURPHY, MH. ELMER BEEMAN, MRS. C. 0. MILLER. MISS LULU BARNARD,
MR. OWEN SOWERWINE, MR. CONRAD GILBEHTSON
STANDING: MR. KENNETH RAWSON, MR. M. R. WOOD, MR. MATT HIMSL
School Board Aims to Maintain High Standards of
Education at Flathead
Behind the scenes at Flathead worlcinq to maintain
a modern physical plant, and above all to develop
nn educational institution to serve the needs of the
younq people ol the area, are the members oi the
school board. Since Flathead is a county hiqh
school, board members are appointed by the coun-
ty commissioners instead of beinq elected by the
taxpayers. The men and women ol the board qive
many hours of their time in public service. They
work with Mr. Bawson to formulate the policies
which will best serve the students and patrons of
Mrs. C. O. Miller is chairmanp Mr. Matt Himsl,
vice chairman, Miss Lulu Barnard, county super-
intendent, secretaryg Mr. M, B. Wood, clerk.
Dr. Fred Sundelius was a member ot the Flat-
head County Hiqh School Board for eleven years.
For nine ot these years he was chairman. Dr. Fred,
as he was affectionately called, was deeply con-
cerned and interested in everythinq that pertains
to Flathead High.
As a token of appreciation ot his deep interest
in the weliare of this school, members of the board
and faculty members have placed a bronze mem-
orial tablet in the Annex-Gym. lt was at the dedi-
cation of the Annex-Gymnasium that Dr. Sundelius
made his last public appearance.
THE LATE DR. FRED SUNDELIUS PRESIDING AT ANNEX-GYMNASIUM DEDICATION
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LIVELY VOLLEYBALL GAME ENTERTAINS OPEN HOUSE CROWD
The Annex, a tunctional building including the
cafeteria, music department, classrooms, and the
large gymnasium, was dedicated March l0, with
a program by the music department and demon-
strations by the students in physical education.
Following the program "open house" was held in
all departments of the school. The Annex is a most
valuable addition to the Flathead plant making pos-
sible a much wider curricular and community pro-
The foresightedness ot the taxpayers voting a
bond issue in 1948 made possible this 3520000
building, boasting one ot the finest gymnasiurns in
OPEN HOUSE FEATURES ANNEX DEDICHTION
VISITORS INSPECT PROJECTION EQUIPMENT STUDENTS TEST PARENTS' REACTION TIME
HOWARD AND TOM DEMONSTRATE PROPERTIES OF HY-
DROGEN AND OXYGEN
BOYS GYM CLASS TUMBLES I-'OR PARENTS
MR. SOUDER DIRECTS A CAPPELLA CHOIR
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SERVICE wmi A SMILE BRINKMAN 'rw1s'rs ARM AS cnoox COLLECTS
Around the Clock with Flathead Students
VLASAK AND MEBUST HAVE AN ROBINSON SLAVING AWAY IN THE ARROW OFFICE
ANGEL HAIR PULLING CONTEST
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MR. FRANK C. MCELWAIN: B. A.-Teaches gen- MRS. RUTH MacDONALD: Registrar for F.C.H.S.
eral math: Director of Guidance Department:
favorite hobby is sports.
Guidance Program Prepares Students
MISS DELLA VE CARR: M. A.-Teaches psychol-
oqy and Montana history: sponsors senior class.
Bible Club and is girls' advisor. Favorite hobby
is music and fishing.
STUDENTS PLAN FUTURE BY STUDY-
ING GUIDANCE BULLETINS
MR. VERNON DAY: B. S.-Teaches gen-
eral math and advanced algebra: Dean
of boys and is assistant principal.
Favorite hobby is hunting and fishing.
MR. LARRY W. WEINGARTNER: B. A.
MR. MITCHO PAPPAS: M. A.-Teaches -Teaches history and Americcmism:
American history, Montana History, and sponsors model Airplane club, hockey
Spanish: sponsors sophomore class and and golf: favorite hobby is hunting
N.F.L.: favorite hobby is fishing.
Social Studies Build Attitudes for Citizenship
STUDENTS PRACTICE VOTING PRIVILEGES IN MOCK ELECTION
MR. STUART E. FITSCHEN: B. A.: M. E.-Teaches
sociology, economics and social studies: spon-
sors Pep club, freshman class. and is assistant
director of guidance: Favorite hobby is travel.
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MISS LELA SCHROLUCKE: B. A.-Teaches Amer-
ican qovernment, psychology and remedial Enq-
lish: sponsors Y Teens. Favorite hobby is hat
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MH I G HUGHES B 5 Teaches commercial MR RUSSELL MERHITT B A Teaches book-
course sponsors dxstnbuhve education favorxie keepxng and general busmess sponsors Studen!
hobby ms square dancmq Councxl and Key club Favonte hobby xs iishinq.
IVERA TOLLEFSON AND MARCELLA
MATHIASON LOOK AT STATE DIS-
MR KENNETH CHRISTISON B S Teaches typ MRS IEBNNE PHLAIN B S Teaches commer-
mg sponsors the Student Council IS fxnancxal cxal and socxal sclences Iavonie hobby is land-
MR. DAVID T. ANDERSON: B. A.-Teaches Eng- MISS DOROTHY ROGERS: B. A.: M. A.-Teaches
lish and iourncxlism: sponsors the Arrow: iavor- freshman English: favorite hobby is going io
ite hobby is interior decorating. her cabin at the lake.
DRAMA STUDENTS PRACTICE APPLI-
CATION OF ARTISTIC MAKE-UP
English Department Strives to Enrich Living
MISS H-A GRACE HAGIE3 B- A--TGGCHGS iunior MR. PETER PRLAIN: M. A.-Teaches English
English: sponsors Quiver club: favorite hobby and drama: sponsors h-eshmcm class und Cam-
is the farm. era club: favorite hobby is "hot rods."
MR. TOM RICHARDSON: B. A.-Teaches speech.
radio and literature: Sponsors N.F.l... Key club
and the public relations broadcast: favorite hobby
STUDENTS PRACTICE RULES OF ETIQUETTE
MRS. CLARA YOUNG: A. B.-Teaches English:
SPonsors Y Teens, sophomore class and Future
Teachers club: tavorito hobby is travel.
Through Effective Communication of Ideas
MR. AI. I. GEHSTENBEBGER: B. A-Teaches Enq-
lish and Latin: favorite hobby is hunting and
MISS LONITA KUBTZ: B. A.: B. S. L. S.-Librarian:
sponsors Appinokwis: favorite hobby is textile
MISS AGNES FIELD: B. A.--Teaches mathematics: IRENE NELSON AND IEAN ANNE CHESTER FIND
sponsors Ushers club: favorite hobby is spend- THE NORMALITY OF AN ACID
ing summers at the lake.
"I'M SPYING ON YOU, LITTLE ATOM-
Aim of Science-Math Department is to Develop
MR. LEONARD LUST: B. A.-Teaches algebra.
geometry. solid geometry and trigonometry: spon-
sors senior cluss: Favorite hobby is church act-
ivities. "IS IT ALL ON THE LEVEL. BOYS?"
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MR. WALTER YLINEN: B. A.-Teaches biology MISS DOR0 Y SCHOKNECH ' A. B.:
and qeneral math: sponsors visual education M. SL-te c s chemistry biology:
and Proiectionists club: favorite hobby is bugs sponso e Annual: rite hobby
and craytilh. is "c inggafd en."A!,-
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Understanding and Scientific Thinking
MR. RICHARD M. NELSON: B. A.-Teaches chem-
istry, physics and algebra: sponsors Ski club,
Annual, senior class and coaches the ski team. THE FULBHIGI-ITS MAKE "DOUBLE TROUBLE" IN
Favorite hobby is skiing and photography. PHYSICS
MR. EDWARD BECKSTHAND: B. M.-Teaches CLARINET ENSEMBLE "TUNING UP" FOR CHRISTMAS PROGRAM
band: sponsors the dance hand and ensemble
groups: favorite hobby is golf.
A CAPPELLA CHOIR ROBING FOR CHRISTMAS CONCERT SOUDER GETS "IN THE MOOD" FOR CHRISTMAS CAROLS
Music Department Aim is the Development
of Musical Talent and Appreciation
MR. EDWARD L. SOUDER: B. M.: M. M.-Teaches
MRS. SANDERS: A. B.-Teaches stringed vocal music and chorus: favorite hobby is house
GERRY KRAUSE DRAWS A MOVIE STAR MR. EDWARD BAILEY B A Teaches art und
social studies sponsors the Ari club and lumor
class: favorite hobby is photography and paint
GIRLS MAKE NEW OUTFITS YOUNG GENIUSES DABBLE IN OILS
Home and Fine Arts Prepare for Gracious Living
MISS CATHERINE SWEENEY:
B. A.gTeaches home eco-
nomics: sponsors F. H. A.,
cmd junior class: iavoriie
hobby is music.
MR. HENRY ROBINSON: M. S.-Teaches agri- MRS. IRENE DUKLETH: Vo-Ag secretary: Favorite
culture cmd sho : s F.F.A'. I 't h bb '
p ponsors , avone o y hobby is housework.
Vo-Ag Aims for Skill in Scientific Farming
CLEANLINESS IS OUR MOTTO WATTERS MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP
MR. LUTHER LALUM: B. S.-Teaches vocational
agriculture: sponsors l-'.F.A. ond Young Farms MR. R. A. OLSON: B. S.-Teaches agriculture and
ers' club: icxvorite hobby is hunting and fishing. shop: sponsors F.F.A.: favorite hobby is iishing.
MISS OLIVE LEWIS: B. A.-Teaches physi- THIS MIGHT BE REAL COMPETITION FOR THE VARSITY!
cal education and biology: sponsors G.
A. A. Favorite hobbies are fishing and
BOYS CLASS PERFORMS CALISTHENICS DRILL FOR OPEN HOUSE
Physical Education Develops Skill for Leisure Time
MRS. MARIORIE ANDERSON: B. A.-Teaches
physical education and commercial course: spone
sors tumbling and Pep club: favorite hobby is
RICH MAN. POOR MAN, BEGGAR MAN. THIEF sewing.
PAPPAS GIVES MCELWAIN A HALF-NELSON NELSON DOUBLES FOR TRAPEZE ARTIST
IT'S A SAD, SAD STORY, GIRLS WORKING THEIR WAY THROUGH SCHOOL SLINGING HASH
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TEACHERS WORK. FOR ONCE! BOTTOM: PRESIDENT CHRIS. "YOU'VE HAD ENOUGH!
MR C I KUSLER B S M A Teaches ad MR. W. E. McCULLOCH: B. S.-Teaches auto
vonced and general shop Favorite hobby ll mechanics: sponsors Model Airplane club: favor-
wood turning ite hobby il fishing.
Skill and Technique
MR. LLOYD W. WILSON: M. A.-Teaches printing
and drafting: sponsors Model Airplane club: fav-
orite hobby is hunting and fishing.
MR. F. E. lRipJ WILSON: B. S.-Teaches MR. FRANK LITTLE: B. S.-Varsity football and
physical education and driver's training: basketball coach: sponsors F club: favorite hobby
sponsors Square Dance club and Ski is fishing.
club: favorite hobby is fishing.
Physical Education Promotes Health and Good Living
"TIP IT IN THERE, BOYS!"
MR. RALPH BERGSTROM: B. A.-Teaches Ameri-
can history and algebra, and is assistant var- MR. SPENCER E. KOPPANG: B. S.-Teaches phys-
sity football and basketball coach: sponsors the ical education and health, and is freshman coach:
F club: favorite hobby is golf and fishing. sponsors Pep club: favorite hobby is golf.
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lntmMurrrl Sports 3: Bfmd 3, 4: All School
l'lf1y 3: llmmx Rmsru Otltvor, Secretnry fl, Vtre
l'r1-rrrlvrtt fl, Pu-fttdorrt 4: FFA l, fl, 3, 4: Speech
tittntwfzt il, Il, 4: Svmor Bull 4: Iumor Prom 3:
Ytvuth l':r1r l, 7, 3, 4.
NORMA IEAN ALBRITTON
Mufut- f'v:'ttvf1l l, fl, 3: A Cfrppellcx Chou' 4: Girls
tihtmtfz fi: Elf-nor Chou 3: Freshman Chorus l:
'l'rt1tlf' 'Frm 3: Asscfmhly El: Student Council 4:
filer:-an Ollw -"- v, Trorrstttm 4: Home Room Ofircer
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Tw-rt Cvntm 4: Pop Club 2, 3, 4: Merit Point
Kr-wpffr 4: Sqttfxrv ID:1ut'e2 Club 2: Se-ntor Bull 4:
lumm Prom 3: Prom Queen 3: Youth Fair l,
ZZ, 3: Iumrxr Clrxss Murshfrll 3.
llnmv- Rrwwm Ollrwrl, Pts-Stdvfrtt 4: FPA l, 2, 3, 4,
l,olmmttu-f- f,llt1lIlllUIl 3: Youth Frm l, fl, 3, 4.
SHIRLEY L. AMDAM
l'f-5- llfxurl fi, 3: Mrrrlrmtrl Llhotr 3, 4: Llorrfott
lltuwl l, 23, 3, 4: lumcl l, 2, 3, 4: l,rhrtrry 4:
Y 'l'm-ttf: 4: llthlor Clulv 3, 4.
Intro-Mural Sports 1, Zi, 3, 4: Squurv Duuco Club
3: Arrow 4: Feature Reporter 4.
All-State Band 3, 4: Convort Bond 1, CZ, 3, 4:
Pop Band l, 2, 3, 4: Bond l, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra
l, 2, 3, 4: Music' Festival l, fl, 3, 4: Christmas
Ccrrrtztvr IZ: Wultz llrocrrn l: llosert Souq 2: Sonior
Plnv 4: Assfombltes 4: Souior Ball 4: Iuuior Prom
3: Youth Farr l, fl: Arrow 3, 4: Woodwind Quin-
tet 1, 2: All-Girl Dance Band l, 4.
GAA 2, 3, 4 ,Plny Duy IT: Otvlwstru 3: Musto
Foshvol fl: Y Toons 2: luntor Prom 3: Blblo
Club 4: Futrliold High School, Futrltvld l.
Proioctionists 2: lw'lodr-l Alrpltmv Club 4,
Howard I. Poston, Contractor: Inter Luke
0. K. Rubber Welders: Dr. Curry
HOWARD I. BEAR
Football, Freshman l, Reserve 3, lntra-Mural
Sports 1, 2, 4, Ski Team 3, 4, State Tournament
3, 4, F Club 3, 4, Band 4, Music Festival 1, 2,
A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, Vice President 3,
Boy's Octet 3, Christmas Cantata 1, Z, 3, Waltz
Dream 1, Desert Song 2, Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4,
Student Council 3, 4, Home Room Officer 4,
Key Club 4, High School Week 3, Spanish Club
l, 2, 3, Vice President 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Vice President 3, Square Dance Club 2, Senior
Ball 4, lunior Prom 3, Youth Fair 4, Ski Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Appinokwis 4,
lunior Class Marshall 3,
BEN IAMIN LEE BENNER
Student Store 4, Co-op 4, Deca Club 4, FFA 4,
Billings Senior High, Billings 1, 2, 3.
DONNA LOUISE BENNER
Student Store 4, Coeop 4, Deca Club 4, Billings
Senior High, Billings l, 2, 3.
KENNETH D. BIERY
Football, Freshman 1, Reserve 2, 3, Varsity 4,
Track 2, lntra-Mural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Inter-
scholastic Meet 2, Band 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2,
FFA 1, Youth Fair 1, 2, 3, 4.
Anderson Theatre Co.: Cummings Standard Station
Blue 6 White Auto Court: I-'erqusson Shoe Co.
SHIRLEY ANN BAIN
Ouiver 3, 4, lunior Prom 3, Annual 4.
MARTIN PAUL BAKER
Music Festival l, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3,
Section Leader 3, All-State Choir 3, Christmas
Cantata 1, 2, 3, Waltz Dream 1, Desert Song 2,
Student Store 4, Senior Ball 4, lunior Prom 3.
Football Reserve 3, Basketball Reserve 3, Var-
sity Basketball Manager 4, lunior Prom 3, Great
Falls High School, Great Falls 1, 2.
PHYLLIS DARLENE BATTLESON
Senior Play 4, Backstage 4, Assemblies 4, Home
Room Officer 3, Teen Center 4, Senior Ball 4,
Iunior Prom 3, Annual 4, Kintla Girl Scouts
2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Art Club 3, 4, Scobey
High School, Scobey 1, 2.
Student Store 45 Arrow 45 Deva Club 45 Bible
Club 3, 4.
Muzzit' Fr-sztivnl l, 7, 35 A Cappella Choir 35
Girls Chorus l, 25 Freshman Chorus lg Christmas
Cantata 35 Desert Sonq 25 Study Hall Helper 45
Y Teens l, 2, 35 Square Dance Club 2, 3, 45 NFL
l, 24, 35 FHA l5 Senior Ball 45 Iunior Prom 35
Youth Fair l, fl, 35 Annual 45 Skl Club 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT MORRIS BLAKE
Fzmtbfxll, Fit-st-rvv 2, 3, Varsity 45 F Club 45
Mrxdiiqrxl Chou 45 I-Itmm Room Otllcer, SeCref
t-ny 4' Pop Club 4.
IACK L. BRINKMAN
Tm-'k 35 lntmfMural Sports 25 Concert Band l,
12, 3, 4, President 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Band l,
IZ, 3, 4, President 4: Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4:
Asst-mbltf-S l, 7, 3, 45 Student Council 3, 4, Presif
dent 45 Home Ronin Otttrer 2, 35 Key Club 3, 4,
Tic-txsiimi 4, Deleqate National Convention 35 Teen
th-ntr-i 35 Buys State 3, Clerk of Supreme Court5
Pep Club Ilxecutive Board 45 Square Dance Club
T15 Sr-mor Ball 45 Youth Fair l, Z, 3, 45 Annual
4, Mnsir Editor 45 State Solo and Ensemble Meet
Il, 3, 45 German Rand 2, 3, 4, Leader 3, 45 Grad'
nation Cftviinnittm- Chairman 35 Northern Division
'lkiiiinrrmviit Planmnq Committee 4 5Appinokwis 4.
RONALD A. BRONSON
Student Store 45 FFA 1, 2, 35 lunior Prom 35
Youth Fair 2, 35 Co-op 45 Deva Club 4.
FFA 1, 2, 3, 4.
EARL W. BROWN
Orchestra I, 2.
Home Room Oftirer, Secretary 45 Student Store
45 FHA 45 Co-op 45 Deca Club 4.
Alton Pearce Drug Company
Flathead Electric Cooperative. Incorporated
Music Festival 2, Girls Chorus 2: Assemblies lg
Student Store 45 Y Teens ly Co-op 4, Deca Club
4: Bible Club 3, 4.
Football, Freshman l, Reserve 25 Track I, 27
lntra-Mural Sports l, 2, 3, Home Room Officer,
Secretary 35 Square Dance Club 3.
IEAN ANN CHESTER
FTA Historian 4, Annual 4.
PATRICIA I O CHRISINGER
Music Festival l, 2, A Cappella Choir 35 Girls
Chorus 2, Madriqal Choir 4, Freshman Chorus
ly Desert Song 2: Assemblies 45 Y Teens 1, 27
Square Dance Club 2, 3, Iunior Prom 3: Annual 4,
Dona1dson's Men's Wear: G 6 E Grocery
Assemblies l, 3, 4, Student Store 4: FFA l, 2,
3, 4, Chairman of Earnings and Savings and
Safety Comrnitteesg Co-op 4: Deca Club 4.
Orchestra 35 Music Festival 27 Girls Chorus 2, 35
Backstage 41 Assemblies 2, 4: Y Teens 2, 47
FHA 2, 3, 4, Youth Fair 2: Bible Club 4.
Football, Freshman 1, Reserve 2, Varsity 3, 4,
State Championship Game 3, Basketball, Fresh-
man lp Track l, 25 intra-Mural Sports 3, 41 F
Club 3, 4, Assemblies l, 2, 3, 4, Iunior Prom 35
Youth Fair 3, Annual 45 All-State Football 4.
BETTY IO BUSCH
GAA ly Music Festival 2, 37 A Cappella Choir
3, Girls Chorus 2, Freshman Chorus lp Senior
Play 4, Assemblies l, 2, 3: Home Room Officer,
Vice President 27 Y Teens l, 2, 3, 45 Hiqh School
Week 37 Square Dance Club 2, 3, 4, NFL 27 lun-
iot Prom 3, Youth Fair 2, 3, Annual 47 Arrow 2.
lntxaMuml Sports 3.
Clnnt-r-il Band l, 2, 3: Band l, 2, 37 Student
Stole 4: Square Danve Club 4: Debate l, 2, 3:
NFI. l, 2, 3, 4: Smoke Slqnals 2, 3: Speech Trip
I, 2, 3: lntozsrholastic Meet 2, 3: Senior Ball 4:
lunior Prom 3: Youth Fair l, 2, 3, 4: Co-op 4:
Deco Club 4.
Football, Freshman 1: Music' Festival l, 2: A
Cappellri Choir 1, 2, 4: Madriqal Choir 3: Waltz
lin-run l: Assemblies l, 2, 3, 4: Deca Club 4:
Coop 4: Student Storv 4: lntraAMural Sports l,
A Cappella Choir 4: Girls Chorus 3: Assemblies
37 Student Store: Y Teens 1, 2: Ouiver 3: Square
llfIYl4'P' Club 2: Youth Fair l: Coeop 4: Deva
ROBERT A. CROOK
Intro-Mural Sports 2, 3: Assemblies l, 2, 3, 4:
Student Council l, 2: Home Room Oftirer, Piesif
dent, Vice President 4: Key Club 2, 3, 4, Exerv
utive Board 4: Teen Center 3, 4: Pep Club 4:
Square Dance Club 2, 3: Senior Ball 4: lumor
Prom 3: Youth Fair l, 2, 3, 4: Annual 4: Ski
Club 3, 4,
Concert Baud 1, Z, 3, 4: Pep Band 2, 3, 4: Band
1, 3, 4: Dance Band 1, 3: Music Festival
2: A Cappella Choir 1, TZ: All-State Choir 3:
Mndixqal Cho.r 3 :Boys Ortet 3: Christmas Can'
tata 2: Waltz Dream 1: Senior Play 4: Bavkstaqe
2: Assemblies 3, 4: Student Store 4: Square Dante
Club 2: FTA 4: Co-op 2: Dena Club 4.
Assemblies 45 Student Store 4: Coop 4: Deva
WILLIAM T. DAWSON
Football, Reserve QT: Convert Band l, 2, 3, 4:
Band l, 2, 3, 4: Music Festival 4: Student Coun-
cil ly Homo Room Oilirer, Set-rotfiry l, Presi-
dent 3, Vice President 4: Youth Fair l, 2, 3, 4.
Croskrey Motors: Adams Drug: Wheeler Iewelry
DONNA LOU DOUGLAS
GAA 1, 2, Assemblies 4, Home Room Officer, 1,
2, 3, 4, Vice President 1, 2, 3, President 4, Li-
brary 3, Hiqh School Week 3, Quiver 1, 2,
Youth Fair 2, Annual 4, Appinokwis 4, West
Valley High School, Spokane, Washington 3.
Football, Freshman 1, Reserve 2, Varsity 3, 4,
State Championship Game 3, Basketball, Fresh-
man 1, Reserve 2, Varsity 3, 4, divisional tour-
nament 3, 4, State Tournament 3, 4, Track 1,
Z, 3, F Club 3, 4, Student Council 1, Home Room
Officer 2, 4, Senior Ball 4, Annual 4.
A Cappella Choir 4, Girls Chorus 2, Madriqal
Choir 3, Freshman Chorus 1, Student Store 4,
Y Teens l, Z, FHA l, 2, Co-op 4, Deca Club 4.
IOHN B. EBERHARD
lntra-Mural Sports 2, Assemblies 1, FFA 1.
Eagle Shoe Company: Flathead Motor Sales
EARL W. DENNISON
Football, Freshman 1, Varsity 3, 4, State Champ-
ionship Game 3, Track 2, lntra-Mural Sports 1
2, 3, 4, F Club 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 1, 3, 4,
Waltz Dream 1.
Football, Reserve 2, Varsity 3, 4, State Champ-
ionship Game 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Intra-Mural Sports
1, 2, 3, 4, F Club 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4, A
Cappella Choir 4, Madriqal Choir 3, Assemblies
1, 4, Student Council 2, 4, Home Room Officer
1, 2, Key Club 4, FFA 1.
ANN LOUISE DENZER
Assemblies 4, Senior Pla Student Direc r 4-
' Y, to .
Senior Ball 4, FHA 4, Twirlers 4, Pomeroy Sen-
ior Hi h ch 1 P '
q S oo, omeroy, Washington, 1, 2, 3.
Backstage 3, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Youth Fair 2, 3, 4.
MARILYN IOYCE ENGLISH
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EDWARD F UNK
Intra-Mural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4: Assemblies l: Stu-
dent Store 4, FFA l, 2.
ROBERT CHARLES GASSERT
AllfState Band 1, 2, 3, Concert Band l 2 3-
Band l, 2, 3, Square Dance Club 2, 3, 4 ,,Columl
bia Falls High School, Columbia Falls l.
BETTY I O GIBNEY
GAA l, 2, Play Day 2, Music Festival 2, Girls
Chorus 2, Senior Play 4: Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4:
Home Room Officer, Vice President 1, Office 4,
Y Teens 1, 2, Square Dance Club 2, 3, 4, NFL 2,
Iunior Prom 3, Youth Fair 2, 3, Annual, Co-B:s-
iness Manager 4, Quill and Scroll 4,
NANCY IEAN GILCHRIST
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Play Day 1, 2, Music Festival
I, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Freshman
Chorus l, Triple Trio 3, Christmas Cantata 1,
2, 3, 4, Desert Sonq 2: Senior Play 4, Backstage
2, 4, Assemblies 2, Student Council 4: Home
Room Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, Study Hall Helper 4,
Office 4, Y Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club
2, 3, 4: NFL l, Senior Ball 4: Youth Fair 1 2,
3, 4, Iunior Prom 3, Annual 4.
Nash-Finch Company: Saverud Paint Shop
Montana Sport Shop: Hutcheson Cleaners
Study Hall Helper 4.
CHARLES RAY FORDHAM
Intra-Mural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council
2, 4, Home Room Officer 3.
SHIRLEY MARIE FOURNIER
All-School Plays 3, 4: Senior Play 4, Assemblies
1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 1, Y Teens 1, Flaq
Twirlers 2, 3, Senior Ball 4, Iunior Prom 3: Youth
Fair l, Ski Club 3, 4, Art Club, President 4.
ROBERT A. FRASER
Class Officer, Secretary 3: Home Room Officer,
Vice President, President: Student Council 3 4,
Teen Town l, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Presi-
dent 4, Senior Ball 4, Iunior Prom 3: Cheer-
Fnotbstll, Rosorvo fl, Vctrstty 37 Brxskotbnll, Froslx-
nxcxn 17 Reserve il, 37 Trcxvk 1, LT, 3, 47 lntvr-
svholrxstir Mcwt 3, 47 F Club 2, 3, 47 A Cup-
Volln Choir 47 Student Counvtl 47 Hmno Room
Otflvor 3, 47 FFA 1, 2, 3, 47 Knnsns Ctty Trip fl.
LE. ROY GUNDERSON
Football, Fxoslunun l7 Cmtvvrt Band l, fl, 37
Pvp l-land Il, 37 Bnnd 1, fl, 37 llmtvo Fwnnd 3.
Assmublms 17 Homv Flofun Ottivor, Vxvo Pmsl
df-nt l7 Student Storc 4: FFA 17 Youth Fun' 1, 3,
Co op 47 l'lm'r1 Club 4.
RICHARD E. HADER
Footlvctll, Frm-slxnmn l, Rusmsvo T7 Buskotbcxll
F'IkF'SlUllflH l, Rvservn il, State Tmxrnurnmtt l, fl
A Cmwpollu Chou 47 Boy's Outut 37 Class Otli
rm, Vivo Pte-sidwnt I.
B 6. B Food Mart
I OAN HERBOLD
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Study Hall
Helper 4, Ouiver Club 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, Home
Room Officer, Vice President 3, Marionettes 1,
Glee Club 1, 2, Chorus 3, Music Festival 1, 3,
Youth Fair 3, 4.
I OAN NE HERRON
Assemblies l, Home Room Officer, Vice Presi-
dent 4, Study Hall Helper 4, Spanish Club 1,
2, 3, President, Square Dance Club 2, 4, Iunior
Prom 3, Youth Fair l, 2, 3, Art Club 4, FTA 4.
IOAN N M. HOHMAN
Home Room Officer 1, 2, 3, Office 3, Student
Store 4, Twirlers l, 2, Youth Fair 1, Co-op 4,
Deca Club 4.
Home Room Officer, Secretary 4, Student Store
4, Y Teens 1, 4, Square Dance Club 3, Iunior
Prom 3, Co-op 4, Deca Club 4.
SHIRLEY ANN HALSETH
GAA 1, Music Festival 2, Girls Chorus 2, 3,
Assemblies 1, Student Council 3, Home Room
Officer 2, 3, 4, Y Teens 1, 2, FTA 4.
Girls Chorus 1, 2, Assemblies 1, 2, Home Room
Officer, President 2, Secretary 3, 4, Library 1,
Office 3, Student Store 4, Y Teens l, 2, Ushers
2, 3, 4, President 4, Square Dance Club 2, 3, 4,
lunior Prom 3, Youth Fair l, 2, 3, Coeop 4, Deca
Club, President 4, Appinokwis 4.
Orchestra 3, Backstage 3, Assemblies 1, 2, FFA
l, 2, 3, 4, Sentinel 4, Youth Fair l, 2, 3, 4.
Music Festival 3, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Girls
Chorus 2, Freshman Chorus l, Ensemble Group
3, Assemblies l, Study Hall Helper 4, Y Teens 1.
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Study Hall Helper 3, 47 Student Store 47 Y Teens
2, 37 Teen Center 47 FHA 2, 37 FTA 47 Senior
Ball 47 Iuntor Prom 37 Co-op 47 Deca Club 47
Biqfork Hiqh School, Biqfork, 1.
GAA 1, 27 Music' Festival 2, 3: Girls Chorus 2,
Sm'retary7 Madriqal Choir 47 Freshman Chorus
17 Ensemble 37 Home Room Officer 1: Library
37 Student Store 47 Y Teens 1, 2, 37 Square Dance
Club 3, 47 lunior Prom 37 Youth Fair 1, 2, 37
IJer'a Club 4.
Hmm- Room Officer, President 37 Teen Town 37
luntoi Prom 3.
Football, Freshman Manager 1, Reserve 3, Var-
sity Nlfinfiqei 2, 4, State Championship Game,
Manager 27 Basketball, Freshman Manager 17
Reserve Manager 3, Varsity Manager 4, Div-
isional Tournament Manaqer 47 IntraAMural Sports
37 Tmr-k 2, 37 Band 1, 2, 3, 47 Home Room Officer
1, 2, 47 F Club 2, 3, 4,
infill xx L1 I .ir
Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 47 Pep Band 2, 3, 47 Band
1, 2, 3, 47 Dance Band 2, 3, 4: Music Festival 27
Student Council 2, 47 Home Room Officer, Vice
President 1, 47 Key Club 2, 3, 47 Boys State 37
1-liqh School Week 37 Youth Fair 1, 2, 3, 4:
Arrow 1, 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 27 Appinokwis 47
Quill and Scroll 4.
Football, Freshman 1, Reserve 2, 3: Orchestra
37 Assemblies l, 2, 37 Library 27 Proiectiontsts 17
Ouiver 1, 27 FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Renorter 4: Senior
Ball 47 lunior Prom 37 Youth Fair 1, 2, 3, 4,
BEVERLEY MARIE IENSEN
Student Counvtl 37 Home Room Officer, Secretary
2, President 47 Study Hall Helper 4: Student
Store 47 Y Teens 17 Pep Club 3, 47 Square Dance
Club 2, 47 Youth Fair 37 Co-op 47 Deca Club 47
lunior Class Marshall 3.
SHIRLEY LOUISE IERROW
GAA 1, 47 Library 27 Student Store 4: Y Teens
1, 2, 37 Square Dance Club 1, 3, 4: Senior Ball
47 Iunior Prom 37 Youth Fair 1, 2, 37 Co-op 47
Deca Club 4.
The Conrad National Bank
Intro-Mural Sports, 1, 2, 3, Cc-op 45 Deco Club 4
Track 25 Intro-Murcxl Sports ly Assemblies 25
FFA 1, 2, Youth Fair 1, 2.
InfrcxAMurcl Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Home Room Offi-
cer lp Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 47 Iunior Prom 3, Youth
Fair l, 25 Cheerleader 4.
MARION M. KLISIS
Assemblies l, 45 Home Room Officer 45 Office 35
Y Teens 1, 27 Hrqh School Week 31 FHA 45
Annual, Co-Business Mcmoqer 41 Appinokwis 4.
Quill ond Scroll 4.
Elks Dining Room and Hennessy's
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DOROTHY IANE KOENIG
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lSf1111111- 131111111 Club il, 37 ILIDIOI' Prom 37 Senior
Rall 47 Youth Fmr 1, 2, 3, 47 Annual 47 Co-op 47
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REINHOLD KRAF T
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FRANK R. LANDON
Football, Frc-shrnan 1, V1II'SllY 3, 4, Stain
QIIIFIIIIPIOIISIIIIJ Game 2, 37 Basketball, Fresh-
111an 17 Rosmvo 2, Varstty 2, 3, 4, Dwlsional
Tou1'na111ent 7, 3, 4, State TOUI'IlCIIIlPIIl 3, 4:
Track 1, Z, 3, 47 F Club, P1'es1dent 47 A Cap-
pella Choir 47 Madriqal Choir 37 Backstage 47
Student Counril 37 Home Room O111Ce-1' 3, 4: Sen-
ior Ball 47 All-State Football 3, 47 All-State Bas-
RAYMOND GLENE LINRUDE
IIllIKI-IVILIIG1 Sports 1, Home Room O1111'u1', Vwv
Pres1dont 27 Student Storo 47 FFA l, 37 Youth
Fon' 17 Coeop 47 Dora Club 4.
Square Dante Club 27 FFA 37 Youth Fatr fl:
I-hah Srhool, Spokano, Waslnnaton and l.ibl1y,
GAA 17 All-Srhool Plays l, 11: Sonior Play 47
Assornbhes 1, 2, 3, 47 Class Oiticor, P1'Ps1dont 17
Horne Room Ottiror 17 Y Toons 17 Pep Club 2,
3, 47 FI-IA 17 Se-11101 Ball 47 IIIHIOI' P10111 37 Youth
Fan' 1, 2, 37 Cl1QE?I'19IIdOI' fl, 3, 4, Choor Queen 47
Annual 4: Arrow 1, 4.
Guest Photo Art Shop
DONNA M. MCPHEETERS
Y Teens l, 25 FHA l, 25 FTA 45 Iunior Prom 35
Youth Fair 15 Annual 4.
All-School Play 45 Senior Play 45 Home Room
Officer, Secretary 25 Guidance Office 45 Student
Store 45 Ushers 2, 3, 4, Secretary 45 Square Dance
Club 2, 3, Secretary 35 Twirlers 25 Co-op 45 Deca
Club 45 Bible Club 35 Appinokwis 4,
GAA 1, 25 All-Northwest Choir 45 Music Festival
2, 35 A Cappella Choir 45 A11-State Choir 35
Girls Chorus 25 Madriqal Choir 35 Freshman Cho-
rus 15 Ensemble 35 Library 45 Student Store 45
Y Teens l, 2, 35 Square Dance Club 3, 45 Iunior
Prom 35 Youth Fair 1, 2, 35 Co-op 45 Deca Club 4,
CHARLES L. MARVIN
lntra-Mural Sports l, 25 Youth Fair l, 2, 3.
Equity Supply Company
LINDA IEAN LOWMAN
All-School Play 25 Senior Play 45 Assemblies 2
45 Study Hall Helper 45 Y Teens 15 Ouiver 1:
FHA lg FTA 45 Senior Ball 45 Iunior Prom 35
Youth Fair 1, 2, 35 Annual 45 Arrow 2, 3, 4.
I OANNE LYNCH
Music Festival 25 A Cappella Choir 25 All-State
Choir 35 Madrigal Choir, Secretary 35 Fresh-
man Chorus l5 Christmas Cantata 25 Desert Sonq
25 Backstage 45 Assembles 1, 45 Library 25 Oifice
45 Y Teens 1, 2, 35 Junior Prom 35 Youth Fair 3.
45 Annual 45 Arrow 3, 45 Bible Club 3, 45 Ap-
Band 1, 25 Music Festival 1, 25 Assemblies 2, 35
Student Council, Secretary 45 Class Officer, Vice
President 25 Home Room Officer 1, 2, 3. 45
Office 3, 45 Y Teens l, 25 Teen Town 2, 35 Teen
Center 3, 45 Girls State 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer 45 Square Dance Club 25 Senior Ball
45 lunior Prom 35 Youth Fair l, 2, 35 Annual 45
Arrow 3, 45 Appinokwis 4.
MARLENE MARRIAM MCDONALD
Music Festival 35 Assemblies 45 Study Hall
Helper 45 Student Store 45 Y Teens 15 Twirlers
2, 3, 45 Iunior Prom 35 Youth Fair 1, 25 Co-op 45
Deca Club 4.
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CLARA MARCELLA MATHIASON
CIAA 2, 3, 47 Play Day 2g Study Hall Helper 4,
Y Toons 1, 2, 33 FHA 3, 4, Vice President 4:
Twirlr-is l, 12, 4, Btblo Club 3, 4, Vice President
Conn-rt Band I, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Music
Festival 2, Y Teens 3, 4, Youth Fair 1, 2, 3.
I AMES ROBERT MEBUST
Football, Reserve l, Varsity 7, 3, 4, CofCaptam
4, State Championship Game 2, 3: Basketball,
l'i1-shxnan 1, Res:-rve 2, 3, Track l, 21 Intra-Mural
Sports: 47 F Club Il, 3, 4, Treasurer 77 All-Srhofil
Play 37 Assomblms 2, 3, 45 Student Council l,
3, 4: Class Ottivr-r, President 2, Vibe Prest-
cir-nt 3, Home Room Otficer 3, 47 Key Club 2,
3, 4, Sorrt-tary 3: Appinokwis 3, 4, Vice Presi-
df-nt 4, Omll and Scfroll 3, 4, President 4: Boys
State 35 Hiqh Srhool Week 35 Senior Ball 45
Iuntor Pram 37 Youth Fair 3: Annual 4, Arrow
l, 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 4: Ski Club 4: Tournament
GAA 7, 3, Play Day ily Assemblies l, 4: Student
Clmttiwtl l, Zig Library 2, 35 Study Hall Helper 43
Studf-nt Starr- 4: Y Towns l, 2, 3, Youth Fair YZ,
Cosop 45 Decu Club 4, Bible Club 3.
ANITA KAY MELBY
Music Festival 17 A Cappella Choir fl, Madriqal
Chou' 3, Christmas Cantata 2: Desert Sona 2:
All-School Play 35 Assemblies 1, fl, 3, 47 Student
Council ly Student Store 45 Y Toons lg Ushers
3, 47 Secretary 47 Pep Club 1, Q, 3, 47 NFl.
3, 4, Speech Trip 2, 3, interscholastic Ms-ot
3: Senior Ball 45 lunior Prom 3: Youth Fair l, 177
Animal 4, Co-op 4, Deva Club 4, Skt Club
GAA l, 2, Play Day 73 Music Festival 3: A Cap-
pella Choir 3, 4 Girls Chorus 27 Senior Choir
4, Freshman Chorus lg Desert Sonq fl: Ensemble
Group 3, Asseniblios 17 Y Toons lp Co-op 4:
Deca Club 4.
GAA lf Girls Chorus 27 Freshman Chorus l:
Madriqal Choir 3, 45 Student Store 4, Y Teens
ly FHA 35 Deva Club 47 Youth Fau' ll: Co-op 47
Music Festival Il.
LOIS MARY MERRITT
All-Northwest Choir 45 Consort Band l, 3, fl:
Pep Band 2, 4: Band 1, fl, 3, 45 Mustr Festival
2, 3, 4, All-State Chou 3: Madriqal Choir 3, 4:
Triple Trio 35 All-Srhool Plays ll, 3, 47 Quill and
Srrall 3, 43 Girls State 35 Qutver fly NFL ll, 3:
Speech Trip 2, Senior Ball 47 lutuor Prom 3:
Youth Farr l, 2, 3: Arrow fl, 3, 4, Co-Editor 43
Solo and Ensemble- Mont Il, 3, 4: Symphontt
Band 2, 3, 4: Appinokwis 4.
Clam 6. Muble's Cate: Woolwor-th's
BETTY RUTH MILLHOUSE
Music Festival 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 2, 3,
4, Secretary 3, 4, Section Leader 3, 4, All-State
Choir 3, Freshman Chorus 1, President l, Christ-
mas Cantata 2, 3, Desert Song 2, Assemblies 1,
2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Secretary 4, Home
Room Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, Y Teens 1, 2, Ushers 2,
3, 4, Vice President 3, Appinokwis 3, 4, Sec-
retary 4, Girls State 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec-
retary 4, Square Dance Club 2, 3, Secretary 3,
NFL 2, 3, Secretary 3, Speech Trip 2, Senior
Ball 4, Iunior Prom 3, Youth Fair 1, 2, 3, An-
nual 4, Editor 4, MIEA 4, Journalists Pow Wow
4, DAR Good Citizenship Award 4, Quill and
DONA LD MITCHELL
Football, Freshman I, Reserve 3, Track 1, All-
Northwest Choir 4, Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4,
A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, All-State Choir 3,
4, Boys Octet 1, Christmas Cantata 1, 2, 3, 4,
Waltz Dream 1, Desert Song 2, Student Council
4, Home Room Officer, Vice President 2.
FFA 1, 2, 3, 4.
Football, Reserve 1, Varsity 2, 3, State Champion-
ship Game 2, 3, F Club 2, 3, Home Room Offi-
cer, President 1, 2, 4, Annual 4.
Payne 6 Bolton: The Shanty
lntra-Mural Sports 2, 3, Backstage 2, 3, Assem-
blies 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Home Room
Officer, President, Vice President, Secretary, l,
2, 3, 4, Teen Town 4, Pep Club 4, Square Dance
Club 2, 3, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Senior
Ball 4, lunior Prom 3, Youth Fair 1, 2, 3, 4,
State FFA Officers Training School 4, FFA Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 4.
Football, Freshman 1, Reserve 2, Basketball,
Freshman 1, lntra-Mural Sports 3, 4, Concert
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Dance Band 3, Music Festival 3, 4, Home Room
Officer 1, 2, 3, 4.
All-State Band 3, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep
Band 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 2,
3, 4, Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Room
Officer, President 3, Key Club 2, Youth Fair 1,
2, 3, 4, Appinokwis 4.
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 1, Home Room
Officer, Vice President 3, Deca Club 4.
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DONALD EUGENE PETERSON
FFA 1, 2, 3, 47 Youth Fair l, 2, 3, 4.
ROSAINNE WANDA POOR
Orchestra 2, 37 Music Festival 2, 37 A Cap-
pella Choir 3, 47 Girls Chorus 27 Freshman Cho-
rus l7 Triple Trio 37 Student Council 37 FHA 47
Youth Fair 27 Bible Club 2, 4.
Football, Reserve Manager 2, Varsity Manager
3, State Championship Game Manager, 37 Bas-
ketball, Reserve Manager 2, Varsity Manager
2, 3, 2, 3, Divisional Tournament Manager 2, 3,
State Tournament Manager 2, 37 Track Manager
2, 37 Interscholastic Meet Manager 2, 37 Orches-
tra 27 Assemblies l, 2, 3, 47 Student Council 47
Home Room Oificer 47 Key Club 3, 47 Pro-
jectionists 2, 37 High School Week 37 Square
Dance Club 2, 37 Iunior Prom 37 Youth Fair l,
2, 3, 47 Annual 47 Arrow 2, 37 Appinokwis 47
FTA Vice President 4.
lntra-Mural Sports 4.
DORA LEE OSTROM
GAA l, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Vice President 37
Concert Band l, 2, 3, 47 Pep Band 2, 3, 47
Band l, 2, 3, 47 Backstage 47 Assemblies 47
Stugy Hall Helper 47 Youth Fair 2, 37 Ski Club
2, , 4.
Freshman Football l, Reserve Basketball Man-
ager 37 lntraAMural Sports 2, 47 Square Dance
Club l, 2, 3, 4.
lntra-Mural Sports l, 2, 37 Concert Band 3, 47
Pep Band 47 Band 3, 47 Youth Fair 4.
GAA l7 Student Store 47 Y Teens l7 Co-op 47
Assemblies 47 Deca Club 4,
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'lhxlrlllxznnflll 1. Ilrux-1lr1::5 Hugh School, Brlltlmoto,
Mluyllulml l, ll, fl.
WILLIAM W. ROATH
Vu ulmll, Rv-:sv-rvw l, Vvxxslty 2', li, 4, F-into Chluup-
nmrzlllpl Civxmr- lf, 3: 'l'rm'k l, ll: Y' Club IT, 3, 4:
All Nfulhwr-:sl kfhol 4: A Cfxppwlln Cholr 2, 3, 4:
f'lul::tum:: lfvuuntn Sl, Il, 45 Desert Sonq IZ: Buck-
zzlvmf- I', 4 Aasfvr-xuhllr-5 l, 'l, 3, 4: Student Coune
l'1l l, Lf, 3, llrvuv Rr-mu Ofhvor 1, 2, 3: Kvy
Lfluh il, fl, 4: S+-vxolfxry 4: Prolochonists 2, 3, 4,
llrvfsurlwul "l, Ayqfxmfkwlsa ll, 4: Hugh Svhorvl Week
'43 l'l'A lg fir-xuur Bull 4: huuox Pmul 3 :Youth
lhlll l, .', Axuuml 45 AIINW 4.
Square Dcmce Club 3, 4: FFA 3, 4,
Guls Chorus 1: Assomblios 3, -lg Sludvut Cmun
ml 2, 4, Vice pIlPSldC'Nf 4: Olhvu 4: Study H-:ll
Helper 2, 3: Y Toons l, 4, pl'K'SldPIll 4: Amuu-
okwrs 3, 4: G1rls Stain 3: Glrls Nntaml 3: Hxqh
School We-wk 3: Oulvc-1' 'l'rvc1surOr: llobute fl:
NFI. 3, 4, Vive Prosldmu LZ, Prvsrdout 3, Sec-
retary 4: Symovln Trrp fl, 3, 4: lrmtorsvllolustu'
MOM Il, 3, 4, Third Plnvv Ornhon 3: FTA 4:
Youth Fm! fl: Arrow 2, 3, 4: l4lS!I'lVl Spovvlx Mm-I
fl, 3, 4, Fust Place Orcuiou 3: Cilhllflllilll Mock
Frvsluunu Chorus 1: All Svlwml llllrya 3, ll' Afzzuuu
blms 1, Q, 4: Homo Room Olhvm, S-wwtnxw' l,
2, 3: Oflivv 3: Y TOONS l, 3: Tvvu Cmxlox f',
3: Appinokwis 3, 4: Grrls Stulv Alu-xunto 3' Pup
Club 4: Square Dunco Club ll, 3, 4, Vxvv Prvsv'
dvul 3, Pxesldent 4: Sc-mor Bull 4: huuor Prom 3-
Youlh Full' 1, Q, 3, 4: Aruuml, Assoxmlu lJfl1lO!'
4: Ska Club l, 3, 47 lVllHA -1: Qulll and
Football, Freshxuuu l: Bnskothnll, l'rv::lum1u lp
Illllflllvlllfill Sports 1, fl, 3: All-Nrullmw--:al Chou
fl: Pep Bxmd 1: Bciurl 1' Muslv Fwshvlll l, ll, 3:
A Cru-polln Choir 1, LT: Mcldruml Chou 3: Boys
Oclel l: CllYlSfIllf1S Cuutulu l, T, 3: Wullz llrwmu
l: llosmt Sonny 2: Sl-rum Play 4: Hnvkslnqo l,
fl, 3, 4: Assmublms l, fl, 3, 4 Squruu llnmwx
Club 9, 3, 4: lumor Prom 3: Yuulh IH111 l, l', 3, 4.
Rockwood 6 Sykes: Seven Up Co.: Temple Service
Wheu1on's Cycle 6. Toy Shop
Football, Reieive 3, lntra-Mural Sports 2, Ski
Team 1, 2, 3, 4. All-State 1, 2, 3, 4, State Tour-
nament 1, 2, 3, 4, F Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Room
Officer 1, 2, 3: Teen Town 4, lunior Prom 3,
Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 1, 2, Presi-
dent 3, 4, Iunior National Ski Meet 3,
Football, Freshman 1, lntraAMural Sports 1, 2,
3, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4,
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 3, 4, Vice President 4,
THEODORE I. SCOVEL
St. loseph High School, Dunlap, Iowa, 1, 2, West
High School, Waterloo, Iowa, 3.
ELAINE S. SHOBERG
Backstage 2, Y Teens 1, FHA 1, Co-op 4, Art
Club 3, 4.
The Spot: Robbin 6. Bobbin
Football, Freshman 1, Basketball, Freshman 1,
Bible Club 3, 4: lntra-Mural Sports l, 2.
Football, Freshman l, Reserve 2, 3, Varsity 4,
Track 1, 2, 3, 4, lntra-Mural Sports 1, 2, F
Club, Vice President 4, A Cappella Choir 4,
Madriqal Choir 3, Student Council 4, Class Otfi-
cer, Vice President 4, Home Room Officer, Presi-
dent 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Annual 4.
Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, Music Festival 1,
2, 3, Appinokwis 4.
GAA 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, Co-op 4, Student
Store 4, Deco Club 4, Y Teens l, 2.
2 isiffvwsmf asmwmmerwanwwn
IEROME D. SIDERIUS
Frmthfxll, Fu-sl'uuan l, Rc-serve 2, Varsity 3, 4,
Stun- Chanuuonship Game 37 Basketball, Fresh-
man 1, Rose-rvv 2, Varsity 3, 4, Divisional Tour-
uauu-ut 3, 4, State Tournament 3, 47 Track 1, 2:
F Club 3, 47 A Cappella Chou 3, 4, President 47
Student f:0llI1K"ll 2, 3, 4, Vice President 47 Class
Oltefui, Vivo President 2, President 37 Home
Ronin Ottivor 2, 37 Key Club 3, 4, President 47
Ar-iunol-cwis 3, 47 Boys State 37 lunior Prom 37
Annual 47 luniot Class Marshall 3.
MARY MILDRED SMITH
Assvnthlios 47 Student Council 47 Class Officer,
St-wx:-tary 37 Home Room Otttcer 2, 3, President
3, Svwxotaty 27 Tr-on Centor, Vive President 47
Ayfpunrskwts 3, 47 Hugh School Week 37 Fl-IA 27
FTA, Presidf-nt 47 Senior Ball 47 lunlor Prom 37
Youth Fair 2, 37 Annual 47 Arrow 3, 4, News
Ifclltor 47 MIIIA 47 Quill and Scroll 47 Independ-
4-nfw-, Mussmtttl, l.
ROBERTA IO SMITH
Musu- Vmativrxl 27 A Cappella Choir 27 Freshman
Chorus 17 Christmas Cantata 27 Desert Sonq 27
Aszsmublu-s l, 2, 3, 47 Home Room Ottiver, Vive
President 47 Library 37 Study Hall Helper 47
Stuclnnt Stow 47 Y Teens 1, 27 Ushers 2, 3, 47
NPI, 37 St-niot Ball 47 lunior Prom 37 Youth Fair
I, 27 Annual 47 Coop 47 Deco Club 47 Ski
Cltllu ll, 3, 4.
VERDA MARIE SOMMERS
Sauuto Donut- Club 2, 3.
Intro-Mural Sports 1, 27 Assemblies 1, 37 Home
Room Ottxcer I7 FFA 1, 3, 3, 47 Appinokwis 4.
Student Store 47 Prolevtionists 37 Square Dance
Club 3, 47 Coop 47 Deco Club 4.
LAURA LEE STENBERG
Musu' Festival l, 27 Girls Chorus CT, 37 Fwslx-
rnon Chorus 1, Se-cretary7 Assemblies 27 Y Tom-1:
l, 2, 37 luuior Prom 37 Youth Fan' 1, 37 Annual
47 Co-op 47 Camera Club, Serretary 47 Deva
Club, Vive President 47 Ski Club l, 3, 3, 4.
GAA 1, 27 Girls Chorus 17 Madrtaal Chou 37
Christmas Cantata 2, All-Svhool Play 47 Back-
staqo7 Assemblies 2, 37 Y Tee-ns l, 27 Quiver 47
Square Danre Club luniot Prom 37 Youth Fair
I, 2, 37 Annual 47 Art Club 47 FTA 4.
Hall Motors, Incorporated
Music Festival 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 3, 4,
Girls Chorus 2, Freshman Chorus l, Christmas
Cantata 3, 4, Home Room Officer 3, 4, Study
Hall Helper 4, Square Dance Club 2, Youth
Fair 3, Co-op 4, Deca Club 4.
DONALD THOMAS TRELOAR
Football, Freshman l, Reserve 2, 3, Varsity 4,
lntra-Mural Sports 1, 2, 4: Ski Team 2, 3, 4,
State Tournament 3, 4, F Club 3, 4, Secretary 4,
Music Festival 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4,
Senior Choir 4, Boys Octet 3, Christmas Can-
tata l, 2, 3, 4, Waltz Dream l, Desert Song 2,
Senior Play 4, Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4, Student
Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Room Officer 2, Key
Club 4, Teen Center 3, 4, Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4,
Senior Ball 4, luriior Prom 3, Youth Fair 1, 2, 3,
Annual 4, Arrow 4, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, All-
State Football 4, Appinokwis 4.
Music Festival 3, A Cappella Choir 2, 4, Treasf
urer 4, Assemblies l, 2, 3, Student Council 2, 3,
Home Room Officer 1, 2, 3, Library 3, Study Hall
Helper l, Y Teens 1: Ushers 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary
3, Vice President 4, Teen Town, Secreary 3,
Girls State 3, Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4, Quiver, Ed-
itor 4, Square Dance Club 2, Senior Ball 4, lunior
Prom 3, Youth Fair l, 2, Annual 4, Arrow 4,
Ski Club l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3, Appinok-
SHARON I. TRI
Music Festival l, 2, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4,
All-State Choir 3, Girls Chorus 1, Triple Trio 1,
Senior Play 4, Library 3, 4, Study Hall Helper
4, Y Teens 1, 2, Teen Center 4, Ouiver 3, Senior
Ball 4, lunior Prom 3, Youth Fair l, 2, Annual 4.
KGEZ-1000 W: 800 kc.-Don Treloar
Music Festival 2, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4,
Madriqal Choir 1, Christmas Cantata 2, 3, Desert
Song 2, Junior Prom 3, Arrow l, Model Air-
pane Club, President 4.
lntra-Mural Sports 1, 2, Boys Glee Club 2, Mad-
riqal Choir 3, 4, President 4, Home Room Officer,
greiident 4, Student Store 4, Co-op 4, Deca
E. LOUISE TENNANT
A Cappella Choir 2, Madrigal Choir 3, Student
Store 4, Y Teens 3, FHA 1, 2, 3, Co-op 4, Deca
FRANCIS A. THIBERT
Band 1, Senior Play 4, Projectionists 2, 3, 4,
Boys State Alternate 3, Square Dance Club 2,
3, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Youth Fair l,
2, 3, 4, Assemblies l, 3, 4.
VAVA VAN DE MARK
lbrrnvn Hand 3: Music' Festival l, 2, 3, 4: A Cap-
ri:-lltr Choir fi, 3, 4, Sertion Leader 3, 4: Fresh-
Illflll Chorus l: Triple Trio 1, 2, 3: Christrnas Can-
tvrtrr 3: Desert Sonq 2: Barkstaqe 2, 3: Assemblies
l, 2, 3, 4: Honra Room Ottic-or, Vice President 2:
Library 4: Y Toens l, 2: Ouiver 4: Senior Ball
4: Iunior Prom 3: Youth Fair l, 2: Annual 4:
liiblrr Club 3, 4, Sovretary 4: Appinokwis 4.
Stud:-nt Connvil 3: Home Rofnn Othvor, Vice Pres'
irlr-nt 7: FFA l, ii, 3, 4, Cornnnttec Chairman 4:
Youth Fair Z, 3, 4.:
VERNON A. VLASAK
Footlsrrll, Frwslunan l, Reserve 3, Varsity 4: F
fflulv 4: Sf-nzor Play 4: Student Counvll, President
4: llorno Room Oll1t'r'r l, 2: Key Club 3, 4, Vice
l'rf-sidont: Proir-rtionrsts 2, 3, 4, President 4: Ap-
punokwis 3, 4, President 4: Hlqh Svhool Week 3:
lloys Statr- 3: Sonior Ball 4: lunior Proin 3: Youth
Fair 2: Annual 4.
VERA MARION WALTERS
Fr--:alnnfrn Vhoius l: Horne Room Oltirer, Vive
GENEVIEVE LOUISE WARKINS
Music' Festival l, 2: A Cappella Choir 3, 4: All-
State Choir 3: Senior Choir 2: Freshman Chorus
l: Desert Sonq 2: Ensemble 3: Student Council,
Treasurer 4: Youth Fair 2.
Track 2: Intra'Mural Sports l, 4: Senior Play 4:
Assemblies l, 3, 4: Student Counml 4: Key Club
4: Teen Center 3, 4: Vice Presrdent 3, President
4: Boys State 3: l-Iiqh School Week 3: Pep
Club 3, 4, President 4: Senior Ball 4: lumor Prom
3: Youth Fair 2, 3: Annual 4: Arrow 1: MIEA 4:
Tournament Planning Committee 4,
Football, Freshman 1: Basketball, Freshman l:
lntra-Mural Sports 3, 4: Assemblies 3, 4: Stu-
dent Council 3: Home Room Oltifer 3: Square
Dance Club 2, 3, 4: FFA l, 3, 4: Youth
Fair 2, 3: FFA Basketball l, 2, 3, 4.
EARL E. WEED
Football, Freshman l, Trark l, fl: Intra-Mural
Sports 1, 3, 4.
Al's Food Shop
DNOVAN DEAN WHEELER
ntball, Reserve 3, lntra-Mural Sports 3, 4,
semblies 3, Square Dance Club 3, Froid High
iool, Froid, Montana, 1, 2.
sic Festival 2, A Cappella Choir 2, Section
der, All-State Choir 3, Madriqal Choir 3, 4,
rsurer 3, Freshman Chorus 1, Triple Trio 2,
ne Room Officer, President 3, Library 2, 3,
1 2, lunior Prom 3, Youth Fair 1, 2.
ILLA MARIE WILSON
emblies 4, Library 4, Y Teens 4, Girls State
Square Dance Club 4, Senior Ball 4, Annual
Whitefish High School, Whitefish, 1, 2, 3.
emblies 4, Study Hall Helper 3, Student Store
Iovop 4, Deca Club 4.
T. I. Landry, Distributor
KENNETH L. WEED
Football, Freshman 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, Intra
Mural Sports l, 2, 3, 4, Home Room Officer, Vice
President 3, Secretary 4, Ski Club 3.
IAMES AUSTIN WEIKERT
'Track 1, 2, 4, A1lvNorthwest Choir 4, A Cappella
Choir 3, 4, Square Dance Club 2, 3, 4, FFA
1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I.
RICHARD A. WEHR
Pep Club 4, Senior Play 4, Assemblies 2, 3, 4,
Home Room Officer, Secretary 3: Square Dance
Club 2, 3, 4, NFL 2, Speech Trip 2, Senior Ball
4, Iunior Prom 3, Youth Fair 3, Annual 4, Ski
I OYCE A. WELLS
GAA 1, Assemblies 1, Student Store 4, Y Teens
1, Youth Fair 1, Co-op 4, Deca Club 4, Colum-
bia Falls High School, Columbia Falls, 2, 3,
SENIORS FILL OUT ACTIVITY LISTS
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LATE ENTRIES-Seated: Shirley Wheeler Hug-
qins, Sarah Newman. Siandingc Robert Gon-
sior. Iamel Wagner, Bill Grunner
Many Activities Make Senior Year the Most Enioyable
YELLING THEIR HEARTS OUT FOR THE PEP IUG
THEY GET BIGGER EVERY YEAR
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS TRY ON CAPS AND GOWNS: Ioanne
Olson, secretary: Norma Albritton, lreasurer: Howard Ruby,
vice president: Zip Rhoades, president.
CHEERLEADER RHOADES IN ACTION
Soit lights, sweet music, and winter decora-
tions combined to make the Senior Ball a night
to remember. Music was furnished by Rozzie
Young and his orchestra. Committee chairmen
were Sue Little, planning, lean Lowman, buy-
ing: loAnn Olson, invitations, Shirley Fournier
and Phyllis Battleson, decorations.
Entertainment was provided by Harry Koch
and Lois Merritt: lack Miller: and a girls' quar-
tet consisting ot Anita Melby, Roberta Smith,
Betty Millhouse and Vava Van de Mark.
"THE WALTZ YOU SAVED FOR ME"
AUDIENCE APPLAUDS AS LOIS MERHITT AND HARRY KOCH SING "I'LL BET YOU SAY THAT TO ALL THE GIRLS"
"Winter Wonderland" Theme of Senior Ball
THE GRAND MARCH IN FULL SWING SENIOR CLASS PRESIDENT AND DATE LEAD OFF
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Noise Parade is Tied by Iuniors and Seniors
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LIV ANNE BOVENG
First Naiionul Bank
Six Iunior Girls Nurses Aids at Local Hospital
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Iunior FFA Members Assume Leadership Responsibilities
Iohns Buick. Inc.
ROSE MARIE HANSES
Ten Iuniors on Varsity Football Squad
Gurey Motor Company
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Three Iumors Selected for Girls State
Flowers by Hansen
Two Iunior Boys Gain Editorships on Arrow
Valley Realty Agency
Electrik Maid Bakery
Iordei Clothing Siore
Kalispell Motor Supply
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I-Ienricksen Molors. Inc.
Smitly's Triple XXX
Iuniors Entertain Seniors at Traditional Prom
BILLIE IEAN OLSON
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juniors Tapped by National Honor Society
Kalispell Grocery Co
Four Iuniors on Arrow Sta!! Attend MIEA
SHIRLEY RAE SMITH
Kalispell Lumber Co.
Iuniors Manage Pom-pom Concession at Tournament
LAURA Van ALSTINE
BEVERLY Van RINSUM
Robinson Radiator Shop
Pay G Save Marks!
I'Icxd's Union Service
Pacific Fruit and
IO ANNE WOLFE
Four Iuniors on Varsity Basketball Squad
JUNIOR OFFICERS TAKE TIME OUT T0 RELAX
MAXINE SIDERIUS , ,,,,, SECRETARY
BRICE MERCORD ,. PRESIDENT
DOUG THOMPSON, VICE PRESIDENT
The O'NeiI Printer!
Mountain State Power
Dick Adams, Hugh Adams, Charles
Alter, Barbara Anderson, Dick
Arnold, Regina Arthur
Iimmy Barker, Anson Barnes. Delilah
Barnett, Warner Bartleson. Stanley
Benner, Betty Biegler
Claire Bieqler. La Roy Bell, Marlene
Birnel, Howard Blachly, Ted
Bowers, Iohn Bruyer
Berl Buck, Marie Buck, Donna Burns.
Eugene Burn. Thomas Carter.
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Iohn Chase, David Clack, Ioyce Clark.
Albert Clarke. Ralph Clolze,
Noel Coleman, Phil Cook, Patsy Cork.
Robert Cornell, Carlyle Croilettier,
Virginia Cyr, Faye Davis, Frances
Dern, Eleanor Dygert, Kenneth
Elwood. Phil Farr
Pat Farris, Chuck Ferree. Virginia
Ferree, Gary Fischer, Marge
Fleming. Susan Flottman
Virginia Ford, Gene Fordham, Marshall
Frazier. Vernon Fredricks, Rod-
ney Freeman, Leroy Funk
The Propane Co., Inc.
Monarch Lumber Co.
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fi 1 Maureen Gallaney, Charlolte Gates,
Q. Lucille Gibson, Elmer Giesey, Dele
ores Gilbertson, lames Gilbertson
ald Graham, Harold Grainger,
- Connie Green, Ioyce Greve
i 5 'S' ff' 2 Leroy Gilbertson, Avis Gingery. Hon-
Virgil Griepp, Lois Grimsrud, Dorothy
., Hader, Lynn Hadley, William
Hagerman, Dale Hall
Grace Hanes. lim Handford. Lorraine
Hannon, Carol Hanson, Lona
Hansen, Stanley Hanson
Frosh-Sophomore Party Said to be Best Yet
Darlene Hartsoch, Elva Haven, Iudy
Heaton, Bill Hegg, Gordon
Heindel, Ioanne Hellman
Shirley Heuscher, Aliean Higgins, Co-
lene Hilden, Kaye Hinman. Kay
Hodgson, Billy Hoiland
lerry Holombo. Dallas Holsl, Gary
House, lim Huggins, Nancy
Hughes, Iune Hulchins
Marcene Iverson, Imadell Iames, Bruce
lellison, Deanna Iensen, Larry
Ierrow, Bette Iohns
Iean Iohnson, Loris Iohnson, Shirley
Iones, Clare Ioy, Karol
Kaus, Georgia Kelso
MacMillan Drug Co.
Kirkpatrick Kourl R
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Dorothy Kemp. Gene Kilpairick, Betiy
Kinniburgh, Ioyce Kinshella Iean
Kirkland, Mearl Kirkland
Arlene Kraii, Kenneth Krueger. Karol
Krueger, Gerry Krauss, Linda
Landry. Dick Lang
Sandra Lasater, Sue Laiterel, Kay Le
Fevre, Laura Leighty, Allan
Lemon, Donald Lindbom
lean Livingston, Ronald Lockhart, Ruth
Lovring, George Lund, Carol
Lykins, Bill Lynch
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Gail Lyonais, Dick McDevill, Arlene
McElroy, Gerald McFarlane, Bonnie
McKellar, Bennie McKinley
Robert McClin!ick, Beverly McPhee!ers,
Kay Mahlum. Ruth Managhan, Betty
Mallheisen, Rebecca Meeks
Dick Miller, Alla Minihorn, Pai Murphy,
Ray Murphy, Duane Naylor
Sharon Nichol, Larry Nolan, Darlene
Nordquist, Donald Oesch, Lureiia
Oman, Donald Osirooi
Teddy Page, Theora Paola, Gloria
Parker, Don Pearson, Levaughn
Peterson, Lois Peterson
Kalispell Realty, Inc.
Kelly Furniture Co.
Wayne Pedersen, Gail Ptohl. Beverly
Phillips, Donnis Phillips, Peggy
Platts, Hazel Prestrude
Patsy Pronovost. Mary Hadabah, Doris
Reid, Phil Rognlien, Mary Ellen
Rosecrans, Norma Ross
Clarence Rydeen, Io Ann Ryder, Andy
Sampson, Thomas Sandwick, Mary
Ann Schad, Joni Schumacher
Larry Scovel, Ierry Sexton, Dale Shaw-
han, Donna Siblerud, Pat Siderius,
Varsity Basketball Team has Three Sophomores
Mary Margaret Slack, Dorothy Smith,
Shirley Smith. Ruth Soderstrorn,
Anna Sommers, Bob Sparling
Clinton Spindler, Ruth Staab. Carol
Stangeland, Delores Stenberg, Lou
Ann Stuehs, Lee Ann Stone
Ioyce Strassburg, Burnell Strom. Helen
Sundby, Stewart Swenson. Ianet
Szymanawski, Ioan Taylor
Vernon Tennant, Franklin Thomas,
Gonelle Thompson, Rosemary Thomp-
son, Maryle Tracht, Yvonne Treat
Bill Turner, Eddie Tysko, lean Van
Blstine, Betsy Vlasak, Patricia
Wagner, Virginia Wagner
Glacier War Surplus
Main Street Texaco Service
The Spudnut Shop
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Ronald Wachsmulh, Dick Wanq, Ro
berta Weller, Iudy Wells, Vergene
Welton, Gordon Wilcox
Marioan Wilken, Shirley Willette, Al-
elha Willis. Barbara Wilson, Dennis
Wilson, Larry Wilson,
Iudy Wood, Duane Worth, loan
Zahla, Ioan Zimmerman
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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
vxcz PRESIDENT, VERN TENNANT: sscm-:'rAnY, 1.1-:nor GILBER'I'SONi
PRESIDENT, RON LOCKHART
SOPHS ENTERTAIN FROSH AT FROLIC
SOPHOMORES AMASS FORTUNE SELLING ICE CREAM
RANDY LEADS FROSH IN NOISE PARADE UNDERCLASSMEN EXERCISE VOTING PHIVILEGE
Tobias Portruii Studio
FROSH LINE UP FOR VERDICT "OH, DO I LOOK LIKE THAT?"
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Donna Aaberge. Marlene Allen. Virgil
Allen, Iudy Ames, Rene
Amundson, Dale Anderson
Darrell Andrews. Marianne Rune,
Bonnie Baker, Laura Ballenger,
Betty Barnes, Loneta Bartlett
Willis Battleson, Ioyce Bauska, Ion-
athen Beaier. Ray Bear, Carl
Benner, Margaret Berger
Laurence Bern. Ruth Best, Katherine
Betcher, Robert Bird, Phyllis
Bostic. Lester Brown
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Buck, Don Buckingham, Donald
Bunker, Mark Bunker
Earlene Burcher, Gene Burke, Paula
Bustard, Brit Catron, Torn
Caudill, Bob Clapper
Eugene Clark. lanice Clark, Tippy
Clark, Kenneth Cleqq, Sharon
Cody. Thomas Coher
Lyle Connor, Iune Creighton, Bill
Croisettier, Roger Dahlke, Adele
Davenport, Carol Davis
Herbert Deglow, Charlotte Deitrich,
Bob Dickinson, lorry Di Giovanni,
Edwin Donaldson. Lyle Doty
B. O. Waller. General Agent
Western Life Insurance Co.
Argol Drollinqer, Dick Dukleth, Jerry
Duncan, Linda Duncan, Joanne
Dzivi, Jean Egan
Carol Elgin, Sylvia Elleison, Don Ellis,
Leland Everett, Barbara Fatherree,
Judy Ferguson, Harold Ferris, Char-
lotte Flanigan, Sylvia Fordick,
Frank Freeman, Garry French
Ray Fritz, Charles Funk, Webb Garey,
Russell Garvin, Sandra Gibson,
Many Freshmen Placed on Flathead Honor Roll
Shirley Good, Lowell Goodman, Don-
ald Granger, Carol Grant, Robert
Greenland, Wayne Gryde
Mike Guest, Marshall Guile, Lenora
Guy, Wilma Hake, Andrew
Hall, Kathleen Hanses
Jim Hanson, Mary Hansen, Frank
Harbin, James Harmon, Harold
Haven. Judy Hendrickson,
Jack Herbold, Karen Holand, Kay
Hrabik, Laura Hummel, Robert
Iverson, Roger Jacobson
Jackie James, Darlene Johnson, Janice
Johnson, Milo Johnson, Doris
Jones, Ray Jones
Iacklon's Machine Shop
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Terry Iones, Anita Kair. Laura Kelly,
Shirley Keller. Ioe Ann Kinder,
Kent Kinniburg, Carol Kinshella, Dor-
othy Kinshella, Laura Kipp, Eddie
Kolstad Lornee Krueger Pearl
George Klisis, Donald Koiord, Iimmy , 5 ,gig
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Georgia La France, Don Lanktree.
Mildred Larson, Idell Larson,
Martha Larson, Pete Larson
Y Teens Club Beasts Thirty Freshman Members
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La Vonne Lauteret, Lonora Lauman,
Marlene Laws, Laura Leib, Anna
Lou Little, Roger Livdahl
Carole Logan. Gerald Longacre, Patty
Lyonais, lack McClarty, Larry
McCubban. George McDonald
Ginger McDonald, Charles McWhorter,
Faye Managhan, Carrie Main,
Frances Main, Ervin Madsen
Harold Mallo, Annette Malstrom, Mar-
iorie Marsh, Connie Meacham.
Donald Mero, Beaneita Meuli
Dick Michele, Terry Milaney. Bob
Miller, Wendy Miller, Sheila
Mitsch, Darrell Moller
Iosten Manuiacturinq Co.
Main Street Furniture Co.
Diane Moore, Bernard Morin, Harriet
Morgan, Carol Morton, Roberta
Motichka, Frances Mullins
Freda Mumbower, Barbara Murphy,
Mary Lou Murray, Terry Nauman,
Betty Nelson, Nita Nelson
Carol Nordtome, lack Novak, Kenneth
Nyquist, Lorraine O'Boyle, Larry
O'Connell, Harold Oitedahl
Everett 0'Hare, Delbert Olds, Frances
Olson. Hank Olson, Wayne
Olson, Marie Ostroot
Sixty Fresh Go Out for Basketball and Football
Neil Overby, Shirley Paola, Donald
Parker, Robert Passey, Joyce
Pauli, Larry Peebler
Allan Peterson, Marilyn Peterson, Mel-
vin Peterson, Leonard Plohl,
Darrell Price, Gerald Price
Raymond Rasmussen, Claudia Rawson,
Iohn Reimer, Charmain Rein, La
Von Rexford, Ella Mae Rhodes
Donna Richards, Ronald Richards, lean
Richardson, Lois Richmond, Carley
Ridenour, Patricia Roatch
Rand Robbin, Donna Roberts, David
Robertson, Delores Rohrer, Dan
Roviq. Bruce Ruby
Dr. C. M. Anzion, Optometrist
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Maxine Ruqqles, Wallace Rundhauq,
Karen Rydberqf lack Sanders. Mur-
iel Savage, Everett Sawyer
lane Schroeder, IoAnne Schroeder, Iohn
Shoemaker, Verda Sheiferd, Kay
Shoberq, Minta Shryock
lim Slack, Iohn Slack, Everit Sliter,
Eleanor Spencer, Andrew Spindler,
Bill Spurzem, Robert Stahlberq, Iohn
Stein, Donna Stokes. Charles
Stone, lim Steneback
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Sullivan, Don Sundt, Donald
Sutherland, Cliiiord Swallow
Wesley Swallow, Iohn Taylor, Blll
Tennant, Ronald Thibert, Bob
Thompson, Pat Thompson
Ro-:ie Thompson, Dawn Titterud, Rol-
alie Tollefson, Ted Tolley, Lloyd
Tracht, Iacque Tunnicliff
Ronald Turnacliil, Calvin Tulcher. Si-
mon Tvedten, Charlotte Ueland,
Sharon Vick, Marilyn Walter
Lyle Watters. Richard Watts. Dick
Wedel, Karen Weed, Barbara
Weqan, Archie Weiqum
Gary Weingartner, lane! Weller, Le
Roy Wells, lim Werre, Luann
Westerhaus, Isabella Wheeler
Leroy White, Yvonne White, Gerry
Williams, Bobbie Lou Wilson, Mar-
lene Wilson. Gene Wohlschlcger
Deanna Yerkes, Marilyn Young, Wes-
ley Young. George Zcmon, Dick
Zeismer, Greta Zinke
F" IS Pamted in Fine Style by Class of '56
"BUCKETS AND BROOMS"
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Row 1: Audrey Treweek, Doris McBride, Mary Smith Marilyn Moore Betty Millhouse Rexann Rockwood
Marian Klisis, Betty Io Gibney, Elizabeth Moore, Ioanne Flynn Sharon Trx
Row 2: Nancy Gilchrist, Roberta Smith, Laura Stenberq Willa Marie Wilson Donna Douglas Betty Io
Busch, Vava Van de Mark, Pat Chrisinger, Alice Storaaslr Dorothy Koenig
Row 3: Miss Schoknecht, Phyllis Battleson, Shirley Bain Marcella Mathiason Sue Little lean
Lowman, loanno Lynch, Marilyn English.
Row 4: lack Warner, Vernon Vlasak, Mike Poston Howard Ruby lack Brinkman Irm Mebust Bob
Crook, Bill Roath, Dick Mockbee, Ierry Siderius, Tom Treloar Dick Wehr Mr Nelson
Annual Sta!! Edits The Flathead
Tradition at Flathead is that the senior class
publish the yearbook. The statt has aimed to record
the hiahliqhts as well as the every day events ot
the 195253 school year. The pictures which appear
in the 1953 FLATHEAD have been culled from some
900 shots taken durinq the year by Mr. Nelson.
Since THE FLATHEAD has its own photoqraphic
equipment, many "on the scene" shots are possible.
The statf is headed by Betty Millhouse assisted
by Rexann Rockwood and Marilyn Moore. Seniors
who have assisted with mounting pictures and
write ups are Pat Chrisinqer, Charlotte Morrison,
Donna McPlieeters, Audrey Treweek, Alice Storaasli,
Vernon Vlasak, Mary Smith and Willa Marie Wilson.
The sports staff is headed by lim Mebust with
Tom Treloar, Howard Ruby, Dick Moclcbee and Ierry
Sidorius as assistants.
lack Brinkman and lo Anne Flynn worked on
the music section.
Betty Io Gibney, Elizabeth Moore and Marian
Klisis kept the books and did the typing.
ln all, about titty seniors worked on the bookg
many working on sales and sponsorships.
Tho laculty sponsors are Mr. Nelson, photog-
raphy und Miss Dorothy Schoknecht, production.
TRELOAR, RUBY, MEBUST, BRINKMAN AND MOCKBEE CHECK PIC
TUBES FOR MUSIC AND SPORTS SECTIONS
Row 1: Jim Iverson, Charlene Mudd, Leland Mebust, Mary Smith, lim Mebust, Lois Merritt, Keith
Robinson, Sue Curry, Ioanne Flynn, Beverly Loy.
Row 2: Pat Schenck, Doris McBride, Floyd Arnold, Doris Lyonais, Marilyn Moore, Ioanne Lynch,
Lona Hanson, Mildred Weikert, Mary Slack, Mr. Anderson.
Row 3: Kay Le Fevre, Tom Treloar, Teddy Page. Bill Roath Susan Flottman, Wayne Halverson Lind
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Landry, Marcene Iverson, Dorothy Smith, Iudy Wood.
Row 4: Beverly Phillips, Iohn Lovewell, Beverly Nelson, Liv Anne Bovenq, Ruth Soderstrom, Amber
Karstetter, Audrey Treweek, Shirley Smith, Laura Van Alstine, Donna Christopher.
How 5: lean Lowman, Sue Little, Sue Webster. Mary Esther Munro, Ioyce Grove, Iudy Wells, Donna
Siblerud, Connie Green, Sharon Nichol, Marilyn Peterson, Lois Grimsrud.
Arrow Sta!! Publishes School Paper
THE ARROW, Flathead's bi-weekly publication,
published since l9l3, is headed this year by co-
editors Lois Merritt and lim Mebust, News editor is
Mary Smith, assisted by Charlene Mudd. Heading
the feature staff are Keith Robinson and Sue Curry.
Taking care of the sports pages are Leland Mebust
and lim Iverson. Beverly Loy is circulation manager:
loanne Flynn, ad manager, and Dolores Aadsen is
the bookkeeper for the ARROW. Mr. David Anderson
and Mr. Kenneth Christison are the advisers.
The aims of the ARROW are to report the school
news, to further high school lournalism and to en-
large upon the knowledge of school activities.
ARROW EDITORIAL STAFF
Seated: Iim Iverson, Leland Mebust, Keith Robinson, lim Mebust, Mary Smith, Charlene M
Standing: Beverly Loy, Ioanne Flynn.
This year the paper sent six delegates to
MlEA, held in Missoula last fall. MIEA is a state-
wide iournalism meet held at the University of
Montana. Students from publications staffs around
the state meet for round table discussions and to
receive ratings for their school papers and annuals.
This year, the ARROW received a superior rating.
Students who work on the ARROW for two
years receive their ARROW Outstanding mem-
bers of the staff have an opportunity for member-
ship in Ouill and Scroll, journalism honorary.
udd, Sue Curry.
Summit Lumber Co..
IOURNAUSM CLASS FOLDS PAPERS
co-Emron Mmmrrr conrrzns wmi nooxxnsvsn
35,3225 AADSEN AND AD MANAGER rommr:
PHYLLIS BUCK. MARCELLA MATHIASON, AND AMBER LOIS AND MARY WATCH LINOTYPE OPERATOR SET ARROW COPY
Usher Club Gives Many Hours of Service to School
Usher Club is rin old trcidition in Flotheod
County Hicih School. The rittroctive orcmqe ond block
iinitornis, which were new in 1952, qive cr trim, pro-
lessioncil cippefircince to the qirls os they perform
their countless duties for the school.
Since the Usher Club is ci service orqonizotion,
the rnoinhvrs have rneny duties ond responsibili-
ties. Seine of these cire usherinq in the ouditorium
und fiyinrirrsium for school ossemblies, public en-
tertcxinments, hcisketbell qornes ond the other veri-
ous cictivities sponsored in or by the hiqh school.
Uno yo:1r's service in the club merits the oword
ol ci pin, rind qrfidiicrtiriq seniors ore replaced edch
sprint: hy underclnssmen. Officers of the club dur-
infi the first semester were lo Ann Olson, presi-
dent' Andre Treweelc, vice president: ond Anita
Molhy, socretrrry-trerrsurer. Durinq the second sem-
cwstor, Ccirolyn Hcinses was president: Audrey Tre-
woelc, vice presideritg find Shirley Mein, secretory-
Miss Annes Field is the fociilty sponsor.
Row 1: Shirley Main
Row 2: Roberta Smith, Anita Melby. Doris
Bow 3: Rose Marie Hcrnses, Dorothy Bruyer.
Beverly Phillips. Betty Millhouse
Row 4: Liv Anne Bovenq, Charlene Mudd, Bar
burn Wilson. Audrey Treweek, Carolyn Hunses
Row 1: Iim Mebust, Ierry Siderius. Vernon Vlasak, lack B
Row 2: Thomas Falherree, Mike Pearce, Don Franklin,
Dennis Lenon. "Zip" Rhoades.
Row 3: Tom Treloar. Howard Bear, Iames Farrington,
How 4: Larry Durocher. Howard Blachly, Cecil Leitch,
Iim Iverson, Larry David, lack Warner.
rinkman, Bob Crook, Bill Roaih. Howard Ruby.
Leland Mebusi, Keith Robinson, Mike Poston,
Dennis Wilson. Bruce Iellison. Dick Adams.
Brice Mercord, lack Overby, Virgil Griepp,
Key Club Aids Downtown Coaches Membership Drive
Flathead Key Club, sponsored by the Kalis-
pell Kiwanis Club, is an active organization for outs
standing sophomores, juniors and seniors who are
in the upper third of their class.
KEY CLUB MIXER DRAWS LARGE CROWD
The primary cbiect of the Key Club
is service to the school and community.
Projects have been many and varied. Per-
haps the most extensive one was the
drive ior Downtown Coaches Club mem-
berships. Others were selling programs
at basketball games, a mixer after the
Great Falls football game, and assisting
the FFA in landscaping the campus.
During last summer two members were
able to go to Key Club International con-
vention in Chicago. They were lack
Brinkman and lim lverson. This year
Brice Mercord and Cecil Leitch were
chosen to represent Flathead at the l953
convention in Los Angeles.
Officers for the i952-53 term have
been lerry Siderius, president: Vernon
Vlasak, vice president: Bill Roath, sec-
retary, and lack Brinkman, treasurer.
Row 1: Helen Sundby, Bette Iohns, Iudy Heaton, Shirley Buck, Virgie Shoemaker, Karen Rydberg,
Frances Main, Doris Lyonais, Sharon Robbin, Phyllis Sullivan, Marlene Allen, Marilyn Young, Mary
Ann Schod, Ardella Stryker, Dorothy Smeltzer, Mae Coverdell.
Row 2: Mrs. Youg, Ioyce Pauli, Iacque Iames, Delores Rohrer, Shirley Main, Ruth Staab, Sandra
Robbin, lmadel Iames, Gloria Parker, Claudia Rawson, Ruth Loverinq, Miss Schrolucke.
Row 3: Mariorie Boyd, lean Strodtbeck, Eileen Ueland, Betty Kramer, Shirley Paola, Arlene Bailey,
Shirley Devitt, Avis Iohnson, Charlotte Ueland, Pat LeDuc, Charlotte Gates, Bonnie Baker, Janet Weller.
Marcene Iverson, Doris McBride, Delores Stenberq, Beverly Phillips, Susan Flottman, Carol Strassburg,
Donna Douglas, Donna Houseman, Iean Kirkland, Theora Paola, Gail Lyonais, Mary Ellen Rosecrans,
Pat Siderius, Betty Ramesz, Roberta Gibson, Sharon Nichol, Ianice Mauer, Nancy Hughes, Connie
Green, Shirley Amdam, Dorothy Hader, Linda Landry, Carol Overton, Irene Nelson.
Row 4: Teddy Page, Kaxol Kaus, Eleanor Spencer, Sandy Gibson, PGCIQY Roll. Darlene Hartsoch,
lean Zimmerman, Elizabeth Moore, Nancy Gilchrist, Colene Hilden, Alma Hoyt, Betty Kuhn, Lgnenq
Bartlett, Mary Hansen, Patty Lyonais, Kathleen I-Ianses, Carrie Main, Alta Minthorn,
Row 5: Iudy Wood, Dorothy Smith, Barbara Collier, Kay Le Fevre, Barbara Wilson, Genelle Thompson
Aliean Higgins, Willa Marie Wilson, Frances Dern, Betty Busch, Kay Malum, Darlene Nordquist'
Carlyle Croisettier, Barbara Anderson, Ioyce Greve, Iudy Wells, Donna Siblerud, Lois Grimsrud'
Lois Peterson, Marilyn Peteson, Bevely Nelson, Mary Margaret Slack, Lee Ann Stone, Nadine Bunkeri
Rebecca Meeks, Maryle Tracht.
Y-Teens Sponsor Annual White Christmas
YTEENS PACK CLOTHING FOR SAVE THE CHILDREN AGILE AMAZONS QFLATHEADI ANNII-IILATE COWER
FEDERATION ING FFA TEAM II-IELENAJ IN PEP ASSEMBLY
LOIS TAKES AN OVERALL VIEW
SANDRA PRESENTS WHITE CHRISTMAS GIFTS T0 WELFARE DEPARTMENT OF Y-TEEN MIXER DECORA
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FIRST SEMESTER ST
Row 1: Mr. Merritt, Gene Kilpatrick, Minta Shryock,
Genevieve Warkins, Doris McBride, Mariean Wilken,
Vernon Vlasak, Betty Millhouse, Ierry Siderius,
Ruth Grosswiler, Iackie James.
Row 2: Howard Bear, Ronnie Lockhart, Vernon Tennant, lim Mebust Naomi Lewis, Loneta Bartlett,
Mr. Christison f
Row 3: Virginia Cyr, lim Iverson, Howard Ruby, Burnell Strom, Claudia Rawson, Ioyce Bauska,
Wendy Miller, Ioyce Keierleber
Row 4: Gayle I-Ialseth, Mary Smith. Chuck Fordham, Dale Hall, Dennis Wilson, Bob Sparling, Melvin
Peterson, Donald Graham, Dick Arnold, Dick Dzivi, Gary Blachly, Sue Webster, Tom Treloar, Sandra
Student Government Organization Puts
The Student Council, composed of one repre-
sentative from each home room and one from each
class, is a student organization to assure the stu-
dents a democratic form of government. The Stu-
dent Council officers are elected from the upper
classes and are nominated by student petitions. Of
the four officers elected, all serve a term of one
semester with the exception of the treasurer who
serves for the year.
Campaign fever hits a high pitch as the signs
are put up in the halls and candidates make speech-
es before the election. The first semester council
led by Vernon Vlasak, president: Ierry Siderius,
vice president: Betty Millhouse, secretary: and Gen-
evieve Warkins, treasurer, supervised the election
of cheer leaders and awarded concessions and
mixers for the football and basketball games. It also
appointed a committee to revise and amend the
CONSTITUTION HEVISION COMMITTEE
Some amendments that were proposed were: Cll
qualifications of student officersg C27 extra-curricular
loadp C33 election of cheer leaders: and C47 student
The first major task of the second semester
Student Council was a discussion of these amend-
ments. With the exception of one, these amend-
ments were passed. Occupying much of the officers
time was the Northern Divisional Basketball Tour-
nament. The officers, Iack Brinkman, president:
Sandra Bobbin, vice president: Doris McBride, sec-
retary: and Genevieve Warkins, treasurer: spent
many hours after school in the preparation of and
planning for Flathead's first divisional tourney.
To achieve better conditions at Flathead, the
council officers have set up numerous committees
composed of student council representatives. A few
of these committees are the senior privileges, build-
ing and grounds, hall receptionists, constitution re-
vision, and student assembly com-
mittees. Becommendations and
motions from these committees are
forwarded to the council. Every
student has an opportunity to vote
on these recommendations in his
home room. Each representative
then votes the home room choice.
SECOND SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL
Row l: Bob Miller, lack Warner, Tom Treloar, Mary Ann Schad, Mary Smith, lack Brinkman, Genevieve
Warkins, Sandra Bobbin, Marilyn Miller, Frances Main, Loneta Bartlett.
Row Z: Mr. Merritt: Ron Lockhart, Bob Fraser, Iim Mebust, Liv Anne Bovenq, Lois Grimsrud, Ioyce
Baulka, Ianet Weller, Nancy Gilchrist, Sylvia Ellefson, Mr. Christison.
Row 3: Iim Iverson, Mike Poston, Larry Wilson, Iim Carey, Norma Albritton, Maxine Siderius, Minta
Shryoclc, Ianice Iohnson, Beverly Loy, Virgil Griepp.
Row 4: Ierry Daley, Clinton Spindler, Red Mitchell, George Dennison, Iim Handiord, Ronald Thiberl,
Henry Olson, Rand Robbin, Gene Burns, Frank Tetrault, Leland Mebust.
Democratic Ideals Into Practice
C'MON GALS, IT ISN'T AS BAD AS ALL THAT! Page Bl
FIRST AND SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS: lack Brinkman, Vernon Vlasak. Betty Millhouse, Genevieve
Warkins, Ierry Siderius, Sandra Bobbin and Doris McBride.
Seated: Shirley Buck, Carol McLouth, Arlis Luckow, Kathleen Price, Ioanne Hellman, Betty Kinniburqh
Willa Marie Wilson, Vava Van de Mark, Adrienne Mills.
Standing: Avis Johnson, Dorothy Hader, May Ccverdell, Charlotte Gates, Betsy Vlasak, Virqie Shoemaker
Library and Office Assistants Receive
Valuable Training for Future Careers
Row 1: Shirley Main, Ioanne Lynch, Iosephine Riley. Denise Hauqe, Nancy Harmon, Nancy Gilchrist,
Doris McBride, Patsy Kinshella, Rose Marie Hanses, Betty Io Gihney, Carolyn Hanses.
Row 2: Ruth Grosswiler, Sharon Meacham, Ioyce Keierleber, Shirley Phillips, Liv Anne Boveng,
Quiver Club Publishes School Magazine
Lett to right: Carol Gehle, Alice Storaasli, Lona Hansen, Alta Minthorn, Gynel Stubbs,
Page 82 Miss Hagie, Pat Tinney, Luann Hanson.
Row I: Tom Richardson, Mike Pearce, Leland Mebust, Keith Robinson, Sandra Bobbin, Cherie
Conrad. Mildred Weikert, Barbara Collier.
Row Z: Shirley Phillips, Mary Ellen Rosecrans, lean Livingston, Verqene Weston. Gerry Krause.
Dolores Gilhertson. Arlene Kraft, Ioyce Clark, Le Vaughn Peterson.
Row 3: Bette Iohns, Lois Grimsrud, Marcene Iverson, Lona Hansen, Nancy Hughes, Gloria Parker,
Betty Parker, Virginia Ferree.
Row 4: Delilah Barnett, Ioanne Hellman, Beverly Nelson, Karol Kaus, Kay Le Fevre, Delores Stenberq,
Clara Ioy, Elva Haven, Yvonne Treat. Dorothy Smeltzer.
N. F. L. Strives to Promote Effective Public Speaking
Herbert Iverson, Mike Pearce. Tom Richardson, sponsor: Phillip Farr,
Keith Robinson, Leland Mobust.
NFL helps an individual to speak effect-
ively and teaches him the correct use of
the English language,
This club is open to any student interested
in public speaking with the only require-
ment that of maintaining a three average
or above in his studies.
Officers for this year are Leland Mebusi,
president: Keith Robinson, vice president:
and Sandra Bobbin, secretary.
Debate is also a branch of NFL. The topic
debated this year was, That the Atlantic
Pact Nations Should Form a Federal Union.
The members of the debate team visited
various schools and also went to the inter-
Officers ior this year are Leland Mebust,
president and Mike Pearce, vice president.
LELAND MEBUST WAS WINNER OF
THIS YEAR'S DISTRICT AMERICAN
LEGION CONTEST WITH KEITH ROB-
INSON WINNING SECOND PLACE
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The Vocational Buildinq, completed in l94l, has graphic arts, and metal shop, as well as vocational
made possible an expanded industrial program at agriculture.
Flathead. Classes are offered in auto mechanics,
Industrial Program Develops Vocational Skills
FRESHMAN BOYS LEARN RUDIMENTS OF METAL SHOP TRADES AND INDUSTRY PROGRAM PREPARES BOYS FOR
FUTURE ARCHITECTS DEVELOP SKILLS IN DRAFTING FFA BOYS HARVESTING BROM GRASS
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Row 1: Ronald Thibert, Donald Bunker, Dick Grosswiler, Kenneth Clegg, Lyle Connor, Frank Harbin,
Leland Everett, Ted Gibbs, Robert Bird, Iames Hosiord, Iames Wittlake, Lyle Birkey.
Row 2: Ronald Richards, Gene Wahlschlager, Pat Thompson, LeRoy Bunyea, Ted Tolley, Wesley
Swallow, LeRoy Wells, George Klisis, Lyle Doty, Larry Loher, Eugene Clark, Roy Iones, Kenneth
Nyquist, Richard Watts.
Row 3: Kenney Elliot, George Schultz, David Ballenger, Charles Clark, Kenneth Veigel, Iimmie
Eayrs, Larry Meyers, Donald Graham, Francis Thibert, Allen Iacobson, Iimmie Hanson, Don Iones,
Sanford Kaufman, Gene Millet, Donald Sievers.
Row 4: Mr. Robinson, Mr. Lalum, Duane Worth, Austin Weikert, Mickey Guest, lohnny Bruyer,
Billie Hoiland, LeRoy Gilbertson, Don Oesch, Dale Sonstelie, Gary Aklestad, Ronald Graham, Gene
Watters, Lawrence Brunner, Gene Kilpatrick, Willis Battleson, Warden Hardy. Darryl Olson, Melvin
Oftedahl, Robert Iverson, Cliltord Swallow, Mr. Olson, Dr. Leo Knuti.
Row 5: Mark Bunker, Mearl Kirkland, Clinton Spindler, Warner Bartleson, Lee Little, Don Buck,
George Lund. Gary Keierleber, Carl Rhodes, Norman Olson, Lester Brown, Donald Fulbright, Iohn
Taylor, Ora Norvell, Arnold Fulbright. Ronald Longacre, Larry Peebler, Gerald Longacre, Ierry
Duncan, Darrell Andrews, Bob Mack, Francis Egan.
Row B: Bennie McKinley, Kenneth Krueger, Donald Peterson, Elmer Allers, Dale Brown, David
Fleming, Charles Little, Bruce Iellison, Floyd Mitton, Bennie Benner, Larry O'Connel1, Ronald I-loye,
Carl Rebbe, Rand Robbin, Ed Kirk, Dick Lang, Harold Farris, Andrew Spindler, Art Farris, Charles
McWhorter, Stanley Benner, Russell Gardis, Ronald Buck, Vernon Mullins, Edwin Donaldson,
A. Members Display Prize Winning Projects
LEE LITTLE PREPARES FOR
FFA MEMBERS PREPAR-
ING LIVESTOCK EXHIBITS
RAND ROBBIN EXHIBITS IUNIOR
YOUTH FAIR FLOAT GRAND CHAMPION HEREFORD BULL
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DON GRAHAM RECEIVES GOLD EMBLEM AWARD
LOCAL FFA MEMBERS EXAMINE WORKBOOKS FROM OTHER
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MR. ROBINSON AROUSING l?j ALLAN IACOBSON
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F. F. A. Wins Tenth Consecutive Gold Emblem Award
Flathead Chapter of the FFA has the distinction
of being the top-ranking chapter in the United States,
having been awarded the gold emblem for na-
tional achievement for ten consecutive years. The
tenth award was made at the annual FFA conven-
tion in Kansas City this year which was attended
by 20 Flathead members.
Upon their return from the convention, the FFA
members gave an assembly in which the officers
and committee chairmen gave talks explaining the
aims and objects of FFA. The officers are Donald
Graham, president: lames Eayrs, vice presidenty
Francis Thibert, secretaryy Larry Meyers, treasurer,
Allen lacobson, reporterg lim Hanson, sentinel. Mr.
Henry Robinson is chapter sponsor.
The past year the chapter entertained the dis-
trict meet, sponsored a parent-son banquet, and
participated in the annual seed show held in the
For recreation, the members of the local chap-
ter play basketball. At times, they challenge other
chapters in the state.
As a practical project to give members actual
experience in farming, the local chapter has leased
96 acres from the county. Here the members grow
certified Lincoln Brom grass.
The local chapter of FFA was organized in l93U
with its goals development of agricultural leader-
ship, cooperation, and citizenship. These are still
the aims today. To help the boys attain these goals,
the membership is divided into committees, each
with a definite objective and responsibility. The
various committees are supervised practice, coop-
erative activities, community service, earnings and
savings, conduct of meetings, scholarship, recrea-
tion, safety and citizenship.
By working on these committees, younger FFA
members gradually learn to assume responsibility
and develop qualities of leadership.
Each FFA member has his own farm project
about which he must keep careful records, thus
training him for a future vocation.
Row 1: Francis Thibert, Larry Meyers, lim Hanson, Don
Graham. Iim Eayrs, Gene Waiters.
Row 2: Arnold Fulbright, Ronald Hctye, Gary Keierleber,
How l: Ierry Siderius, Tom Trelour, lim Mebusl, Frank Landon, Earl Dennison, George Dennison,
Iohn Durado, Don Franklin.
How 2: Ed llgen, Bill Roath, Gene Anderson, Cecil Leitch, Vernon Vlasak, Howard Bear. Mike Poston,
Row 3: Dick Grosswiler, Douq Thompson, Mike Pearce, Vern Tennant, Dan Mitchell, Eugene Fordham,
Row 4: lim Handiord, Dick Dzivi, Iohn MacMillan, Ray Remington, Brice Mercord, Gary Blachly,
Bill McLean. Bob Blake.
F Club Men Assist Athletic Program Through Purchase
ol Whirlpool Bath and Other Needed Equipment
Mon carnina letters in basketball, football, track,
slziinfr and qolf are members of the F Club. The
rthint objective of the club is to further the athletic
rtrofrrarn at Flathead.
The F Club had the soft drink concession at
basketball frames and the Northern Divisional Tour-
namcrnt. Profits from this venture are used to finance
F CLUB HANDLES POP CONCESSION
the whirlpool bath which the club purchased for
the athletic department.
Officers are Frank Landon, president: Howard
Ruby, vice president, Tom Treloar, secretary: lim
Mebust, treasurer. Coaches Little and Bergstrom are
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Row l: Mr. Fitschen, Dorothy Smith, Elaine Manning, Norma Albritton, Doris McBride, Bob Fraser,
lack Warner, Betty Millhouse, Sue Little, Mrs. Anderson.
Row 2: Kay Le Fevre, Karol Kaus, Beverly Phillips, Doris Lyonais, Maxine Siderius, Billlie lean
Olson, Ruth Grosswiler, Teddy Page, Arlene Kraft, Helen Sundby, Mariean Wilken.
Row 3: Tom Treloar, Howard Bear, Bob Crook, lack Brinkman, Rexann Rockwood, Dick Wehr, Dorothy
Bruyer, Audrey Treweek, Anita Melby, Beverly Iensen.
Row 4: Arlyss Maze, Arlen Steubs, Dick Arnold, Bob Blake, Larry Meyers, Leland Mehust, Carl
Knutsen, Larry David, Dick Wilson.
Pep Club Encourages Good Sportsmanship
Pep Club is the service organization for ath-
letics. The club has three main objectives. The first
D is to improve the sportsmanship of spectators at
games, the second is to promote a better Flathead
cheering section, and the third is to act as ushers
at athletic games.
To promote better sportmanship among the
crowds at games, the club members met with the
Downtown Coaches to formulate a code. This was
much publicized through the press and radio. The
well mannered crowds at the Northern Divisional
were evidence of the effectiveness of this venture.
The cheerleaders together with Pep Club mem-
bers plan new yells and routines for games. Mem-
bers of the club act as a nucleus to get the students
"into the swing."
The biggest job of the club was ushering for
Northern Divisional. Several thousand people had
to be shown seats, many of these reserved.
Through the sale of Brave hats and programs
at games, the club was able to send the cheer-
leaders to the State Tournament.
The officers are lack Warner, president, Bob
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SENIORS SHOW SCHOOL SPIRIT HEAP BIG Cl-IIEFS MAKE-UM PLANS FOR IUNIORS
Lelt to right: Ierry Price, Marilyn Moore, Darrell Andrews
, Billie lean Olson, Elmo Mower. Ianice
johnson, Sharon Robbin, Kenneth Clegg, Ruth Loverinq, Harry Koch, Iudy Wood, Everett Sawyer.
Tumblers Present Half Time Shows
MRS. ANDERSON HELPS IUDY AND ELMO DOUBLE FLIP FLOPS
WITH POSE POSE: FINISHED PRODUCT
WHAT GOES UP MUST COME DOWN!
l'lutheud's nowost "town,"
the turnhlors, wds orounized
this your under tho diroction
of Mrs. Mciriorio Anderson.
Tryouts wore hold in the foil
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The tennis first public on
iiodrcnico was ut tho EPIQIRXIS
Hull for the Edqlos Auxiliury.
Since then they hdvo pro-
svntod hulfftiine shows at
Pio Helena qdnio und tho
Northern Divisional tournd-
inont, Hiqhliqht ot the year
wus their trip to Missoula to
tunihlo ut tho qoino there.
Row I: Pat Tinney, Charlene Mudd, Mary Smith, lean Ann Chester, Mrs. Young.
Row 2: Mike Poston, Sandra Bobbin, lean Lowman,
Alice Storaasli, Alta Minthorn, Colene Hilden, Shirley Halseth, Ronald Wachsmuth.
F. T. A. Promotes Interest in Teaching Profession
The Flathead chapter of the Future Teachers
reorganized after a year of inactivity.
The purpose of the club is to give any students
interested in the teaching profession a chance to
get acquainted in this field.
Officers elected at the beginning of the sem-
ester were Mary Smith, presidenty Milce Poston, vice
Bible Club Wins Float
Row 1: Marilyn Walters. Ioanne Flynn, Virgil Griepp. Marcella
Mathiason, Ioanne Lynch.
How 2: Doris Iones, Donna Lee Richards. La Vonne Lautaret, Betty
How 3: Pat Schenk, Mildred Weikert, Gail Ptohl, Elva Mae Haven,
Row 4: Eileen Bailey, Edna Parker, Carol McNeil. Kathleen Price,
Patty Bolton. La Vonne Rextord.
Row 5: Hazel Prestrude, Wallace Donaldson, Miss Carr, Edwin
Donaldson, Vernon Mullins.
president: Charlene Mudd, secretaryg Pat Tinney,
treasurer: and lean Ann Chester, historian.
The club presented an assembly for the student
body. The program included reports by members
on noted educators and several talks by local teach-
ers on teaching as a profession.
The Bible Club started out the year by
winning first prize on their float in the Youth
Fair Parade. They also sponsored a school
assembly. The quiz team defeated the Miss-
oula quiz team twice,
Two formal banquets were held during
the year, one at Christmas and one during
the spring. Several informal parties were also
The purpose of the club is to help the
Christian young people to realize their re-
sponsibility of living a Christian life every day.
Officers are Ron Lockhart, presidentp Mar
cella Matthiason, vice president: loanne Flynn,
secretary, Miss Carr is the faculty sponsor.
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Row l: Larry Wilson, Katherine laslcen, Laura Stenberq, Dale Shawhan, lon Schumacher, jimmy
Huggins, Mickey Guest.
Row 2: Roger Livdahl, Wallace Rundhaug, Edward Tyslco, Iohn Chase, Larry Nolan, Wayne Peterson.
MEMBERS CHECK COATS AT TOURNAMENT
Camera Club Plans to
Camera Club was oraanized at Flathead this
year to qive the flash bulb enthusiasts an oppor-
tunity to exchange ideas and to learn steps in devel-
opinq and printinq pictures. The officers are Larry
Wilson, president: Dan Roviq, vice president. Mr.
Peter Prlain is the faculty sponsor,
To earn the necessary funds to furnish a dark
tnoin below the auditorium staqe, the club ran a
t-oat crheckina concession durinq the basketball
To stimulate interest in photoqraphy amonq the
students, the club held a contest with cash and mer-
vhandise given as prizes. ,Y
Proiectionists Operate Varied Visual Equipment
Row l: Francis Thibert, Dick Freeman, Larry Wilson, Vernon Vlasak.
Row 2: Bill Heath, Bob Cummings, Robert Coleman, Roger Livduhl.
How 3: Gary Weingartner. Lloyd Chapin, Stanley Hanson, Chris Hayen, Bob
Heitzig, Mr. Ylinen.
f'lathead's varied protection
equipment includes two l6 mm.
mound projectors as well as sev-
eral film strip and slide projectors.
Boys interested in learninq to
operate this equipment may join
the Projectors sponsored by Mr.
During their unassigned peri-
orls, the members of Projectionists
'issist teachers by operating this
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Row 1: Diane Moore, Doris Reed, Imadel Iames, Iodie Kinder, Frances Main, Marion Mathesion, Billie
Iean Olson, Iean Monk, Shirley Phillips, Rexann Rockwood, Marilyn Moore, Willa Marie Wilson,
Darlene Bitney, Ioyce Keierleber, Harold Archibald, Wayne Halvorson.
Row 2: Kathleen Hanses, Lee Little, Ianet Weller, Larry McCubbins, Bonnie Baker, Karen Rydberg,
Dale Streit, Betty Io Gibney, Shirley Good, Everit Sawyer, Sylvia Elletson, Allan Overton, Rose Marie
Hanses, Carolyn Hanses, Bennie McKinley, Betty Io Busch.
Row 3: Gene Kilpatrick, Phil Rognlien, Sharon Vick, Marilyn Young, Phyllis Sullivan, Mary Gonsior,
Carrie Main, Phyllis Bostic, Barbara Anderson, Lona Hansen, Mary Ellen Rosecrans, Shirley Paola,
Greta Zinke, Theora Paola, Berl Buck.
Row 4: Iim Farrington, Gloria Parker, Arlene McElroy, Ruth Loverinq, Donna Aaberge, Iackie James,
Katherine Betcher, Iean Livingston, Muriel Savage, Russell Garvin, Ronald Thibert, Ioanne Herron,
Don Mero, Dorothy Kinshella, Henry Olson.
Row 5: Virgie Shoemaker, Shirley Buck, Karen Weed, Mary Hansen, Patty Lyonais, Mary Margaret Slack,
Bobbie Lou Wilson, Kay Shoberg, Ioanne Hellman, Marianne Aune, Sandra Gibson, lean Richardson,
lack Therrien, Bob Cummings, Chuck Aker.
Row 6: Marilyn Hummel, Laura Hummel, Pearl Kunda, Dorothea Gohn, Wilma Hake, Brit Catron, Wally
Rundhaug, Ierry Holombo, Barbara Fatherree, Raymond Murphy, Eddie Malstrom, Frank Herron,
Elmo Mower, Austin Weikert.
Row 7: Wayne Pederson, Le Roy Bell, Dick Wehr, Bob Gassert, Ierry Di Giovanni, Carl Robbe, Arlen
Roll, Marlin French, Gary French, Linda Landry, Susan Flottman, Marcene Iverson, Irvin Madsen,
Row 8: Barbara Cole, Anna Lou Little, Carol Elgin, Don Ellis, Franklin Thomas, Burnell Strom, Roberta
Gibson, Dolores Rohrer, Carlyle Croisettier, Gene Walchli, Roger Koiord, Francis Thibert, Leroy Gilbertson.
Square Dancing Promotes Good Fellowship and Fun
For the 'third consecutive year the Flathead
Square Dance Club has played an active part in
Flatheads extracurricular activities.
The officers for 1952-1953 are president, Rexann
Ptoclcwoodp secretary-treasurer, Marilyn Moore, and
a planning committee consisting of Willa Marie Wil-
son, Shirley Phillips, lim Farrington, Gail Lyonais,
lim Gilbertson, Harold Archibald, Darlene Bitney,
and Ioyce Keierleber.
The club meets on Thursday every two weeks
at 7:30 p. m. the doors are closed at 8:00 and
SHE'S REALLY UP IN THE AIR ABOUT HIM
square dancing continues until 9: 30.
This year the members worked hard and faith-
fully to put on an excellent exhibition at the Square
Dance Festival held on March 14.
However, the club would not have been the
success it now is if it hadn't been for our sponsor,
Mr. Rip Wilson. lt is through his interest and effort
that the club has continued to function.
This club offers fun and good fellowship to
all those who participate.
AWAY THEY GO IN THE TEXAS STAR
Row l: Peggy Roll, Eileen Bailey, Nancy Gilchrist. Dora Lee Ostrom, Carol Stangeland. Marcella
Mathiason, Ioan Sager. Muriel Savage, Martha Larson.
Row 2: Min Lewil, Carley Hidenour, Claudia Hawson. Carol Ilgen, Minta Shryock, Betty Mattheisen,
Dorothy Klnlhella. Shirley Paola, Rebecca Meeks, Dawn Titterud, Mrs. Anderson.
Row 3: Io Ann Kinder, Mildred Larson. Iudy Wood, Darlene Nordquilt, Barbara Wilson, Kay Hodgson,
Marilyn Peterson, Mary Margaret Slack, Ruth Lovorlng.
G.A.A. Oilers Varied Sports Program
GAA was organized on a recreation basis
to stimulate an interest in sports for girls. Playdays
are sponsored, rather than interscholastic competition
to develop a wholesome spirit of sportsmanship.
its chief objective is the promotion of team and in-
dividual sports as an extracurricular activity for
girls. The present officers are Dora Lee Ostrom,
presidenty Eileen Bailey, vice president: and Carol
Stangeland, secretary. loan Herbold was vice presi-
dent during the first semester. Regular meetings are
held Monday and Tuesday nights from 3:15 to 3:45.
The highlight of the year is the annual Play Day,
sponsored by the Women's Athletic Association of
Montana State University, held in Missoula each
spring. Letters, stars and chevrons are issued for
achievement in a point basis. Activities included are
volley ball, basketball, badminton, softball, ping
pong and shuffleboard. '
Kintlas Promote Senior Scouting
Kintla Girl Scout Troop was created
tour years ago, becoming a high school
organization in 1951. Senior Girl Scouts
is a world-wide organization, acting to
promote international friendship and in-
terest in the out-of-doors.
During this school year, the Scouts
took a 10-day, l,8O0 mile excursion to
the West Coast, visiting Victoria, B. C.
ln December they held a rummage sale
and have conducted several outings.
Two Kintla girls were honored during
President Truman's dedication of Hungry
Horse Dam as they presented a bouquet
of roses, on behalf of Flathead County,
to Miss Margaret Truman.
Liv Anne Boveng, club president, was
sent to a regional conference in Seattle,
Washington. The other officers of Kintla
Senior Girl Scout Troop are Phyllis Bat-
tleson, vice presidenty Shirley Rae Smith,
secretary-treasurer and Kay Le Fevre,
Row l: Theora Paola. Claudia Rawson, Bonnie Baker. Georgia Parker,
Ruth Staab, Miss Sweeney.
Row 2: Miss Schrolucke. Colene Hilden, Imadel Iames, Ioyce Sh-qu.
burg, Charlotte Gates. Shirley Smith.
Row 3. Darlene Nordquist, Marilyn Peterson, Ioanne Hillman, Barbara
Wilson, Barbara Anderson, Phyllis Battleson, Marilyn English.
Row 4: Diane Moore, Kay Malum, Kay Le Fevre, Liv Anne Boveng.
Row 1: lim Mebust, Betty Millhouse, Vernon Vlasak, Miss Kurtz.
Row 2: Doris McBride, Carolyn Hanses, Ioanne Lynch, Shirley Main.
Row 3: Mary Smith, Marilyn Moore, Donna Douglas, Rexann Rockwood,
Vava Van de Mark, Sandra Robbin.
Row 4: Elizabeth Moore, Ioanno Flynn, Audrey Treweek, Rose Nelson
Row 5: Harvey Rueqsegger, lim Iverson, Don Graham, Iack Brinkman
Row 6: Mike Poston, lack Miller, Howard Bear, Tom Treloar, Ierry Siderius
Appinokwis, from a Kootenai lndian word
meaning "in the morning," is the name giv-
en to the Flathead Chapter of the National
Honor Society organized in l928.
The Society was established with the in-
tention of stimulating scholarship and to
counteract a growing tendency to place too
much emphasis on athletic and social ac-
Two assemblies are presented annually
in which new members are tapped and in-
itiated in an impressive candlelight cere-
mony. Those eligible are juniors and seniors
in the upper third of their class who have
been approved by the faculty.
The Society has as its emblem the key-
stone and flaming torch. Letters at the base
of the keystone represent Character, Schol-
arship, Leadership and Service as the four
principles of the organization. Pins bearing
this emblem are worn by all members.
The officers this year are Vernon Vlasak,
president: lim Mebust, vice president, and
Betty Millhouse, secretary. The Flathead
chapter is sponsored by Miss Lonita Kurtz.
MEMBERS TAPPED IN IUNIOR YEAR INITIATE 17 MEMBERS IN FIRST ASSEMBLY. Left to right: Jerry
Siderius, Ioanne Flynn, Iim Mebust, Rexann Rockwood, Marilyn Moore, Betty Millhouse, Mary Smith,
Vernon Vlasak, Don Graham, Sandra Robbin, Bill Roath.
Outstanding Students Tapped for Honor Societies
Row 1: Keith Robinson, Leland Mebust, lim Iverson.
Row 2: Betty Millhouse, lim Mebust, Lois Merritt, Rexann
Row 3: Miss Schoknecht, Sue Curry, Mary Smith, Charlene
Mudd, Marian Klisis, Betty Io Gibney, Mr. Anderson, Joanne
Flynn, Marilyn Moore.
Not pictured: Elizabeth Moore.
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The National journalistic Honorary Society was
established at Flathead in 1930.
lt has been the goal for all Flathead students
interested in journalism to gain admittance into
this society. Members are chosen from the upper
third of the junior and senior classes.
Members elected during their junior year
were jim Mebust and Lois Merritt. The remaining
twelve were elected this spring.
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Row 1: lack Szymanowski, Rose Nelson, Laura Stenberq. Bert Guy. Dale Croskrey, Ray Linrude. Don
Iones, Ioann Hohman. Carolyn Hanses, Bob Goldizen, Iimmy Hellen.
Row 2: Ronald Bronson, Beverly Iensen, Lois Erickson, Anita Melby, Roberta Smith, Darlene Melby,
Shirley Cramer, Margaret Wunderlich, Marilyn Hummel, Marlene McDonald, Marvin Miller, Wayne
Row 3: Martin Baker, Shirley Mellem, Louise Meeks, Laura Marquardt, Shirley Perry, Virginia
Bruch,Donnadell Bird, Louise Tennant, Shirley Ierrow, Maridonna Fisher, Alma Hoyt.
Row 4: lvera Tolleison, Shirley Main, Marcella Mathiason, Carol Huqgns, Elaine Shoberq, Bennie
Benner, Lawrence Brunner, Charles Spindlor.
Deca Club Offers Retailing Experience
Through Part-Time Employment
the onrployors. These reports ore studied with the
crtrn of irnprovinq the porsonolity of the student, os
woll as his value to the employer.
1 I Members ol Deco Club fixed the bockqround
tilt ttrrvo port lllllfx' work which correlates mud Grmnqcd mg trophies in mg Spgcml trophy
room in the foyer ol the Annex. Members also op-
erate tho two student stores.
rrvr-1:. 'Vlrw 11rfrn:'or, Mr. llnqlros, gets reports from
ANITA. BERT AND CHERIE ARRANGE TROPHIES
Row 1: Donna Siblerud, Barbara Anderson, Theora Paolo, Lona Hansen. Shirley Smith, Liv Anne
Boveng, Billie lean Olson, Pat Bolton, Dora Ostrom, Phyllis Battleson.
How 2: Colene Hilden, Lois Peterson, Marcene Iverson, Lois Grimsrud, Nancy Hughes, Bette Iohns,
Virginia Ferree. Luann Hanson, Kay Shoberq, Elaine Manning.
Row 3: Iirn Mehust, Tom Treloar, Maridonna Fisher, Darlene Bitney, Roberta Smith, Rexcnn Rockwood,
Dick Wehr, Audrey Treweek, Barbara Wilson.
Row 4: Dick Lang, Webb Garey, Ed Spring, Howard Bear, Bob Crook, Phil Rognlien, Dick Savage,
Bob Cummings, Chuck Akor, Bob Holtlig.
Skiing Furnishes a Healthiul, I-lctive Sport
for All Those Who Participate
Skiing is one of the major activities at Flathead.
Any student interested in skiing is eligible for
membership. A ski bus, driven by one oi the spon-
sors, Mr. Dick Nelson, Mr. Peter Prlain, or Mr. "Rip"
Wilson, goes up nearly every Saturday, leaving the
school at 8:30 a. m. and returning at 4:30 p. m., thus
giving a full day ot enjoyment.
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An annual event oi the Ski Club is the Bill
Barnum Memorial Ski Races held at Big Mountain.
Oiticers ot the Ski Club this year are president,
Dick Savage, and secretary, Liv Anne Boveng.
Anyone in the Ski Club has a winter full of
tun at Big Mountain.
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Row l, seated: Eddie Marquette, Ioanno Herron, Marilyn Moore, Shirley Fournier, Ioe Schumacher.
Row 2: Dennis Lenon, Robert Gonsior, Shirley Halseth, Suo Little, Phyllis Batllolon, Shirley Huggins,
Patricia Cork, Gerry Krause, Carol McNeill, Eileen Prellrudo.
Art Club Buys Equipment
for Ceramics Lab
Students of the advanced art class make up the
FCHS Art Club membership. Officers for the 52-53
season were Shirley Fournier, president: Ioe Schu-
macher, vice president: and Marilyn Moore, sec-
This club has several activities in which they
participate 'each year, including the Youth Fair,
painting stage backdrops, and buying new equip-
ment for the Art Department.
This year the Art Club float in the Youth Fair
parade was a large mobile sculpture representing
"A Well-Rounded Personality Through Education."
Later in the year the Art Club raised money by
holding a mixer after the Helena basketball game.
With this money they bought equipment for the
new ceramics laboratory.
Flathead Airplane Fans
Build Scale Models
A familiar "whir" on the front campus usually
means a member of the Flathead Flying Students
is trying out his latest model.
The Flathead Flying Students was first organ-
ized as the Model Airplane Club, but is now affili-
ated with the national organization sponsored by
the Plymouth Corporation. The purpose oi the club
is to develop an interest in model aviation.
The members meet every two weeks in the
Vocational building to work on their models and to
exchange ideas on model aviation.
The officers are Sid Storey, president: Ed Proe-
lrock, secretary. Larry Weingartner, Lloyd Wilson,
and Wallace McCulloch are faculty advisers.
Seated: Don Ellis, Raymond Rasmussen, Gary Weinqartner, Darrell Price, Lloyd Chapin.
Standing: Richard Zeismer, Mr. Weingartner, Addison Bain, Larry 0'Conner, Marshall Guile, Ed
Proeirock, Sid Storey, Larry Ierrow, Bill Croisettier, Mr. McCulloch, Allen Peterson.
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Row 1: Miss Sweeney, Pat Tinney, Irene Nelson, lmadel Iames, Lee Ann Stone, Laura Van Alstine,
Marcella Mathiason, Mary Ann Schad, Helen Sundby, Ruth Staab, Dorothy Hader.
Row 2: Eva Phillips, Arlis Luckow, Faye Managhan, Anna Lou Little, Roberta Motichka, Carlyle
Croisettier, Mary Ellen Rosecrans, Karol Krueger, Marian Klisis, May Coverdell, Pat Cork.
Row 3: Arlene McElroy, lean Van Alstine, Frances Dem, Laura Hummel, Iane Schroeder, Marva Milton,
Nadine Bunker, Rosainne Poor, Betty Mattheisen, Kay Hodgson, Ioanne Penske.
Row 4: Iocmne Ryder, Ioe Arm Kinder, Shirley Paola, Roxanne Thompson, 'Phyllis Herbkersman,
Rosemary Gonsior, Margaret Berger, Martha Larson, Carole Logan, Aldona Klisis, Eugenie Egan.
How 5: Anne Denzer, Shirley Crumley, Anna Patterson, Laura Kipp, Mildred Larson, Katherine
Betcher, Darlene Iohnlon, Lorraine 0'BoyIe, Isabella Wheeler, Shirley Keller.
F. H. A. Girls Carry Out Ideals of National Organization
"Forward, New Horizons" is the motto of the
Future Homemakers of America. To promote dem-
ocracy, happier family life, international good will,
leadership, and wholesome recreation are all im-
portant objectives in the study of home economics.
Home Economics education workers met in
Chicago in March, 1944 and drew up plans for a
national FHA. In Iune, l945, delegates met to com-
plete the provisional constitution.
The Flathead FHA holds regular metings the
third Tuesday of each month. Special meetings are
held to hear professional speakers tell about voca-
tions in home economics.
ln October, a scavenger hunt was held as a
"get acquainted" party for new members. At Christ-
mas time, a pot luck party was given.
The entire club attended a sub-district meeting
at Bigfork. May Coverdell was elected district song
leader at this meeting.
This year, Flathead installed the Whitefish FHA
officers. Four members also attended the State Con-
vention at Havre.
The officers are Laura Van Alstine, president:
Marcella Mathiason, vice president: Lee Ann Stone,
secretary: Mary Ann Schad, treasurer: Helen Sund-
by, reporter: lrene Nelson, parliamentarian: Dorothy
Hader, historian: Ruth Staab and lmadell Iames,
The sponsor is Miss Katherine Sweeney.
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Bette Iohns. Marcene
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Bob Sparling, Ronald Hehn. Lloyd
Catron, Carol Morton, Tom Fatherree. Sid Shrauger, Harvey Ruegsegger, Iames Gilbertson,
Sides: Patty Bolton, Director Ed Beckstrand.
lim Wehr. Gary Weinqurtner.
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Dennis Wilson, Virgil Griepp, Iim Iverson, Keith Robinson,
lack Brinkman, Harvey Ruoqlogqor, James Gilbortson, Lloyd
German Band Combines
Music with I-Iorseplay
The German Band, Flathead's most colorful
musical organization, performs many times
during the school year in school sponsored
events and parades. The band with its collec-
tion of German polkas and waltzes receives
many invitations to play for local service
groups. lts antics while on parade, entering
stores, snarling traffic and an occasional Ger-
man oath add much to the hilarity of the
Band Re-Enacts Year's Events in Colorful Pageants
The concert band composed of lO5 members under
the direction of Ed Beckstrand, started the year with
four field shows for the football games. The pageants
written by Mr. Beckstrand included School Days,
'which the band put on during the University of
Montana and Utah State College football game in
Wissoula, an Election Review, and Thanks for the
Memories Show, thanking the public for the trip
A highlight in the lives of most members of the
band was to play before President Truman and re-
ceive compliments from him.
In May the band traveled to Spokane to take
part in the Lilac Festival.
The band was featured at the Rose Festival in
Portland last spring. In Multnomah Stadium, the
band put on a show, My Home is in Montana,
which was broadcast and televised.
The band gave three formal concerts during the
year and took part in the Music Festival held in
Kalispell April 25. Their part of the program was
to give a concert and variety show for the parti-
Officers were lack Brinkman, president: Marvin
Miller, vice president, Ioanne Flynn, secretary-treas-
urerg and Bill Dawson, manager.
Pep Band Adds Zest for Student Cheering
Row l: Iim Iverson, Wayne Halvorscn. Beverly Loy, Sue Curry,
garet Gassert, Marie Arnold, Keith Robinson.
Row 2: Mildred Weikert, Ronald Wachsmuth, Bob Dickinson, lack
Betts Iohns, Loris Ichnson.
Row 3: Virqil GriePP. Dennis Wilson, Ioe Schumacher, Ioanne
Row 4: Carol Ruegsegger, Reinhold Kraft, Harvey Ruegseqger,
Gilbertson, Howard Bear, Ierry Sexton, Howard Paullln, Mary
Beverly Nelson, Lois Peterson, Mar-
Miller, Dale Croskrey, Larry Durado,
Flynn, Dora Ostrom, Roger Iohnson,
Arvin Miller, Tom Fatherree, Iames
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IIM IVERSON, clarinei: IACK BRINKMAN, bcxriione: JACK MILLER, saxophone
PIANO FORMATION FROM THE ELECTION DAYS PAGEANT-PRESIDENT TRUMAN PLAYS PIANO IN
THE WHITE HOUSE FOR THE LAST TIME
LOIS MERRITT, marimbu: PATTY BOLTON, marimba: DALE CROSKREY, saxophone
IL GRIEPP IAMES GILBERTSON. S ROGER IOHNSON, buriione
IOANNE FLYNN, VIRG .
ARRY DURADO, DALE CROSKREY, BEVE
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Dance Band Members Offer Toe Tackling
Rhythms for Student Mixers
PEP BAND LIVENS UP STUDENT ASSEMBLY DANCE BAND HOLDS IAM SESSION
Orchestra Oilers Training in String Instruments
Tho orohestra Composed of hfteen students, made Ofhcers were Mary Esther Munro pre-sldeht and
thexr IITSI pubhc. appearance of the year by play- Wayne Halvorson vlce I7fGS1dGI'1l
mq for the one act plays durmq open house. They
also took part m the Musto Festlval held in Kalis-
Ed Spnnq Shlrley Paola, Ioyce Greve Lors Gnmsrud Imadel Iames Wendy Muller Ruth Best
Martha Larson LeVaughn Peterson, Dorothy Smelser Ed Brodmack Mary Esther Munro Wayne
Row 1: Billie lean Olson, Marlene McDonald, Barbara Cole, Barbara Wimer, Mariorie Marsh, Shirley
Deviit, Shirley Braaten, Doiiie Andrews.
Row 2: Amber Karstetter, Ann Denzer, Marcella Mathiason, Barbara Wilson, Connie Green, Barbara
Anderson, Laurel Ladd, Ioedy Kinder, Karon Holand, Anita Kair.
Twirlers Perform Authentic Indian Dances
IAPANESE DANCE AT NORTHERN DIVISIONAL INDIAN HOOP DANCE
BAND IN DRESS PARADE IUST A FEW SOUR NOTES
BAND MOTHERS SERVE EATS "SILENT NIGHT"
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Row l: Shirley Cramer, Rosanne Poor, Vava Van de Mark. Susan Flottman, Genevieve Warkins, Gynel
Stubbs, Della Martinson, Roberta Weller, Carol Gehle. Shirley Phillips, Kay Le Fevre, Sharon Tri, Nancy
Gilchrist, Ruth Grosswiler, Ivera Tollefson, Nancy Harmon, Virqie Shoemaker, Mary Margaret Slack,
Ioan Scammahorn, Mr. Souder.
Row 2: Carol Morrison, Bonnie McKellar, Patty Pronovost, lean Monk, Sharon Meacham, Arlis Luckow, Elaine
Manning, Lou Ann Steubs, Luann Hanson, Charlotte Morrison, Betty Millhouse, Karol Kaus, Nancy
Hughes, Linda Landry, Alta Minthorn, Teddy Page, Norma Iean Albritton, Laura Marguardt.
Row 3: Karl Knutsen, Mike Pearce, Don Mitchell, Duane Naylor, Gene Anderson, Larry David, Larry
Nolan, Arlen Steubs, Dennis Lenon, Howard Ruby, Ben McKinley, Herbert Iverson, Frank Landon.
Dan Mitchell, Sharon Robbin, Phyllis Buck, Audrey Treweek.
Row 4: Gary FiSCh9r. ROD I-OCkhdl'i. Leland Mebust, George Dennison, Dick Grosswiler, Alfred Ostroot,
Sidney Storey, lack Therrien, Dick McDevitt, Earl Dennison, Marlin French, Ierry Siderius, Bill Roath,
Tom Treloar. Dean Naylor, Dick Hader, Elva Haven, Darlene Melby.
A Cappella and Madrigal Choirs
lhrv A Uippelifi Choir, under the direction of Mr.
llfiwairl l... Sauder, is composed of eiqhty members.
At apart house the choir made their iirst public
fipprvarancfe of the year. They also sanq for the
Thanksciivina Assembly and the Chamber of Com'
iiifeicii Banaiiet. The choir recorded a thirty minute
ytroiirani at Christmas time. May l, the choir trav-
filiifl to Missoula for an exchange concert. They
also l!lOl'1 part in the Music Festival April 25. The
rrlioir ended their busy year by sinqinq at the
Senior Baccalaureate Service.
Seated: Marilyn Peterson, Minta Shryock.
The Madriqal Choir is made up of sixty-five stu'
dents from all four classes. The choir provided the
Christmas Assembly for the school. They also made
recordings of Carmen and Christmas music which
were played over the local radio station. A Kiwanis
luncheon and the Soil Conservation Banquet were
some of the many thinqs for which the choir per-
formed. They also took part in the Music Festival
held in Kalispell, April 25.
Row l: Mary Ellen Rosecrans, Shirley Smith, May Coverdell, Sue Webster, Pat Chrisinqer, Pat Tinney,
Gayle Halseth, Arlene Kraft, ludy Heaton, Iudy Wood. Peggy Roll. Lillie Arno, Carol Overton, Shirley
Martens, Peggy Ferree, Joy Williams, Lona Hansen. Charlene Mudd, Mr. Souder.
Row 2: Lois Merritt, lean Sager, Delores Stenberg. Clara loy, Gail Lyonais, Betty Kramer, Helen Weaver,
Carol Hanson, Arlyss Maze, Doris Lyonais, Mariean Wilken, Avis Johnson, La Von Law. Ioanne
Wolfe, Marie Mero.
Row 3: Karl Knutsen, Don Mitchell, Don Buckingham, Bob Blake, Harold Archibald, Ed Proefrock,
Tippy Clark. Don Mero, Bob Clapper, Arlene Kelly, Shirley Mellem, Shirley Hummel, Ann Gordon.
Row 4: Fred Mumbower, Harold Haven, Sanford Kauffman, Eugene Miller, Tom Futherree, Reinhold
Kraft. Roy Nelson, Roger Michels, lack Szymanowski, Dale Streit, Everei Sawyer, lack Sanders, Henry
Olson, Bob Cummings, Frank Gano, Leonard Pfohl. Dick Michels,
FBESHMAN GIRLS CHORUS
Seated: Karen Rydberg.
Row 1: Genie Egan, Mary Hansen, Laura Ballenger, Nita Nelson, Marie Ostroot, Kathleen Hanses.
Mary Lou Murray. Carol Logan, Iudy Ferguson, Patty Lyonais, Doris Iones,Mary1e Tracht, Rosalee
Tollelson, Annette Malstrom, Mildred Larsen, Mr. Souder.
Row 2: Luann Hanson, Pearl Kunda, Sylvia Elletson. Isabella Wheeler, loyce Bauska. Paula Bustard
Jacqueline Tunnicliif, Donna Auberge. Darlene Iohnson, Earleen Burcham, Loneta Bartlett, Margaret
Berger, Sharon Vick, ldell Larson, Marva Mitten, Freda Mumbower, Pat Wagner.
Choral Groups Give Musical Relaxation
lim Iverson, Dean Naylor, Robert Cummings, Dennis
Lenon, Keith Robinson, Larry David, Harold Archibald,
Wayne Halverson, Leland Mebust, Mike Pearce, Harvey
Ruegsegger, Dick McDevitt. Bob Crook, Mr. Souder.
Seated: Herbert Iverson.
Standing: Mr. Souder, Dick Grosswiler, Dean
Naylor, Linda Landry. Maryle Tracht, Betty
Ramesz, Avis Iohnson, Phyllis Buck, Paula Bus-
tard, Duane Naylor, Arlen Steubs, Larry David.
Third Hour Voice Class
Seated: Ruth Grosswiler.
Standing: Arlen Steubs, Arlyss Maze, Dick McDevitt, Mari-
lyn Peterson, Lona Hansen, Don Mitchell, Arlene Kraft,
Dennis Lenon, Iudy Heaton, Marlin French, Ann Gordon,
Leonard Pfohl, Mr. Souder.
Seated: Arlon Roll. Shirley Fournier, Dick Wehr. Sue Little, Phyllis Battleson, Maridona Fisher. Dale
Standing: Vernon Vlasak. Elizabeth Moore. Ioan Lowman. Tom Treloar, Francis Thibert, lack Warner.
Sharon Tri, Zip Rhoadol.
Mystery Comedy "Finders Creepers" Presented by
With a novel setting, rooms in a mortuary, and
a star cast, "Finders Creepers," a thrilling mystery
comedy, was one of the best senior plays ever
presented at Flathead.
The story revolves around two teenoqe boys who
travel to an uncle's house for a short visit. The
boys are unaware that the uncle's new job is that
of undertaker. .
lt is not lonq until thinqs start happening in
ways that would put brave men to lliqht. For one
thinq, Mr. Quiqley, supposedly awaiting burial,
climbs into bed with the boys who are mortally
But--Mr. Quigley isn't really dead. No doubt he
had a qood plan but he failed to reckon with Wilbur
Maxwell and Hercules Nelson. They set out to
solve the case and thinqs went from bad to worse
This hilarious comedy was directed by Mr. Peter
Prlain. Student director was Ann Denzer.
GRANDMA WANTS TO MARRY
SHE'S NOT HERE Tl-IE "DEAD" MR. QUIGLEY WATCH OUT DAPHNE
WILBUR AND HERCULES
FACE GRIM REALITY CAST RELAXES AT REHEARSAL
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THE HERO AND HIS HORSE
STAGE CREW BUILDS SCENERY
Hal!-Time Skits Entertain Basketball Crowds
HERE COMES THE CAVALRY THE LITTLE WHITE CLOUDS THAT CRY
Two One-Act Plays Presented tor Open House
"Take a Letter," is a comedy about a young
author in search ot a secretary. Although he inter-
views many applicants, they are all either too dumb,
too beautiful, or have some other glaring "tault."
Larry Wilson takes the part of the harassed
author. Would-be secretaries are: Beverly Nelson,
Sue Curry, Shirley Fournier, Alice Storaasli, Avonne
Bahner, and Phyllis Battleson.
The second play, "The White Lawn," is a dramatic
fantasy which brings a young wife and her soldier
husband together in dreamland. Lois Merritt plays
the young wife, Loneta Bartlett, her motherp Arlen
Roll, her husband lohng and Franklin Thomas, Dr.
The stage manager for the two plays was Dennis
Lenon. Larry Nolan acted as crew chief and lohn
Chase supervised the lighting.
TAKE A LETTER SCENES FROM THE "WHITE LAWN"
Ioanne Lynch, Mildred Weikert, Shirley Fournier, Bessie Flansborg, Larry Nolan, Connie Valison,
Eunice Price, Shirley Henkle, Hazel Gordon, Kathy Iasken, Marilyn Miller, Nadine Bunker, Shirley
Wisherd, Phyllis Balileson.
On the bus: Roger Livdahl
, Wayne Pederson, Franklin Thomas, Dallas 1-Iolsl, Dennis Lenon.
' Childrens Theatre Stages "Aladdin and His Lamp"
As Aladdin rubbed his lamp and brought wonders io his friend so
ihe drama class has rubbed its maqic lamp and brought new things
Throuqh a class project the class wrote and produced a childrens
ENTER THE WICKED MAGICIAN
ACTORS PAUSE FOR GAB SESSION
play, "Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp."
Mr. Peier Prlain was director and Avonne Bahner was the Student
BEHIND THE SCENES ALADDIN ASKS SULTAN FOR HAND OF
CAST POSES FOR CURTAIN CALL
THE MILLER'S DAUGHTER CAN SPIN STRAW INTO THE KlNG'S SON DEFENDS HIMSELF IN A DUEL
"Rumplestiltskin," Second Drama Class Production
"Three times backward, round my pot
And I shall be where l am not.
And nobody knows from whence I came
Or that Rumplestiltskin is my name."
This is the song chanted by Sue Little as Rumple-
stiltskin in the play ot that name. This was the second
play produced by Flathead's new Childrens Theatre,
I directed by Mr. Peter Prlain.
The only traveling children's theatre of high school
students in the United States, the group is composed of
students from the regular drama class. Students alternate
in the role of actors, makeup artists, crew members and
stage managers to produce the plays. They have given
the plays for the school children oi the Kalispell city and
rural schools and have traveled to Whitefish and Colum-
WHAT WILL YOU GIVE ME FOR THE GOLD?
All School and lnterscholastic Plays Feature "Murder
in Rehearsal" and "Sorry, Wrong Number"
Page 114 MEMBERS OF "SORRY, WRONG NUMBER" CAST LOOK
ALL SCHOOL PLAY REHEARSAL OVER THE SCRIPT
GETTING READY TO BOARD SHIP
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DECORATING COMMITTEE HANGS LANTEHNS DANCERS THIHSTY? WANTEE PUNCHEE?
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THE "BEVY OF BEAUTlES," B. ROATH, G. DENNISON, H. RUBY, I. SIDERIUS, T. CLARK, F. LANDON
AND D. NAYLOR PRESENT A BALLET
Spotlight Revue Provides Hilarious Entertainment for
District Music Festival
DIANE AND MARILYN MOORE REGRESS TO THE l920'S GEORGE AND EARL DENNISON SHOW MONTANA
SPIRIT WITH WESTERN TUNES
Page 116 GIRLS DANCE BAND
IACK MUSCLEBOUND, R. KRAFT, STAGGERS Lois Peterson, Marie Arnold, Carol Morton, Barbara Fatherree, Colene Hilden
UNDER ONE THOUSAND POUNDS Sharon Nichol, Karen Weed, Beverly Van Rinsum.
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BRAVES WIND UP SEASON WITH 2 WINS 3 LOSSES IN BIG SIX CONFERENCE
FLATHEAD HITS IVIISSOULA SPARTANS IN CONFERENCE OPENER
Braves Chosen 011 All IN MEMORY or IACK Bunn
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Braves football Tohru, lost his lifu iii QI imiiiv
riccideni on the day ho received rioliiicuiioir
of this honor. Iovk wus cm oiitstuiidiuq mom-
ber of ihv ciuss of '53 und wiis viiciily iiiioi-
ested in sports.
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hell, Brice Mercord, Ray
Middle row: Ron
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FRANKLIN GAINS YARDAGE IN OPENING GAME
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DON FRANKLIN, hallhnck: DICK GROSSWILER, end: IIM MEBUST. quarterback.
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lIM HANDFORD, tackle: MIKE PEARCE, fullback
DURADO SMASHES ONE OF THE SPARTAN THREE HORSEMEN
ED ILGEN, manager: RON LOCKHART. halfbaek
Page 122 Kalispell Drug: Manions
Braves Take Fnrst Scalp of Season--Swamp Kellogg l8-2
co-champs gave sports
fans their first chance
to see them in action
as they crushed Kel-
logg, Idaho, 18-2 in a
on the Brave's home
Frank Landon hit pay
dirt three times for the
Braves, behind a strong
playing forward wall,
from the 15, 23 and 12
The Braves started
moving when lack Burr
intercepted a Kellogg
pass. Howard Ruby
and Vern Tennant ad-
vanced the ball to a
scoring position and
the first TD was scored.
The Braves scored 6
more points before the
LANDON GALLOPS FOR TEN AS SIDERIUS HELPS OUT
Flathead Plows Under Old Rivals
BY ALL sv HIMSEI-F mms In Annual Football Fracas
ln the seasons second
fracas, the Braves scalped
the Whitefish Bulldogs at
Whitefish 26-U, in a warm-
up battle before hitting the
Ruby scored twice, Mac-
Millan and Franklin once
each. Landon converted
SPARTAN END RUN ATTEMPT PLOWED UNDER BY DURADO
MISSOULA DUMPS FLATI-IEAD 34-6 IN
FIRST CONFERENCE TILT
On September l9, the Braves traveled to
the Garden City for their first conference
game of the season. The Braves had four
bad breaks which the Spartans quickly cap--
italized on, and then went on to win 34-6.
Halfback Landon made the Braves' only
touchdown with a few minutes left in the
fourth quarter. Landon took the ball on his
own 47, charged through the line and on to
paydirt. The try for point failed.
Spartan Back Bobby Powell was the
first to score for Missoula. Taking advane
tage of a Flathead punt that fell short in
Brave territory the Spartans quickly moved
the ball to the Flathead 3 where Powell
took it over for the tally.
BRAVES SHOW IMPROVEMENT AT BUTTE
BIG BUCK SNAGS ONE IN THE
DURADO RETURNS KICKOPF 60 YARDS, OTHER BRAVES SHOWN ARE
TENNANT AND MEBUST
Braves Fall Beiore Butte Iuggernaut 39-19
Seven plays after the opening kickoff, the Butte
Bulldogs pranced over the goal for six points. Tak-
ing the return kickoff, lohn Durado raced 50 yards
to the Bulldog l8. Three plays later Howard Ruby
scored from the six yard line and the game was
tied up at one touchdown apiece. The scoring set-
tled down to a less furious pace with Frank Landon
scoring twice and adding an extra point. The Braves
were quite an improved ball club from the previous
Friday. Added to this the Braves threatened late in
the first half and were only stopped on the seven
yard line when time ran out.
While the Braves were racking up their three
touchdowns the Bulldogs, co-holders with the Braves,
of the State championship, were tallying six touch-
downs for 39 points to the Braves' l9.
LANDON FACES BENGAL HORDE BY HIMSELP
BRAVES THROTTLE FLYING FOOT-
BALLS AS BENGALS TAKE TO AIR
In a wide open game with few scores,
the Flathead Braves edqed by the Helena
Benqals 12-U. Scorinq once in each of
the second and third quarters, the Braves
fouqht a defensive qarne to protect their
score for the entire fourth quarter. Hel-
ena, in a final bid to wrest the laurels
frorn the Braves' hands filled the air with
last minute passes and three times the
Braves held inside their own ten yard
Flathead Wins First Conference Game: Deleats Helena 12 0
BRAVES LINE UP T0 PLAY FOLLOW THE LEAD-
ER AS RUBY TACKLES HEI.ENA'S CAPTAIN
CLASSY A TEAM FALLS BEFORE BRAVE ATTACK
Picking up every break that came their way and
usina it, the Braves stacked up a 26-13 victory over
the Butte Central Maroons October ll, at the FCI-IS
Srgoriritr fell strictly into Flatheads hands durinq the
first half with Franklin carrying one over in the first
quarter and Vern Tennant and Franklin each addinq
one to the score in the second period. That, with the
hr-lit of Lcrndons extra point after the second touch-
down added uri to a substantial l9f0 lead as the qun
Ctlflfxfl the first halt.
The srrtrirpy Maroons staaed a comeback in the
firnt of the tliirrl quarter with Boches score. The try for
roint was aood rnrrkina the score l9-7 with 5 minutes
rnruuiriirirr in the third period.
Bofrlin scored aaairi for Butte leavinq the final score
ut 7513. The brrll exchanqed hands several times
rluriur the rrirnarninfr rninutes with Butte tryinq again
rrncl urrfriri to rrornrrlete passes.
Msiausr Bixcxiuc UP rr-is um: s'roPs comm: onn, Mrssoum
LANDON AGAIN WITH A LITTLE HELP THIS TIME
Braves Deieat Butte
COME TO BUCKIE LITTLE PIGSKIN. WHOOPS!!!
Flathead Humbles Bisons 7-0 on Brave Reservation
PERCENTAGE RAISED TO .500 IN BIG 6
Flathead Braves chalked up their second
conference win to even up their conference
record at 2 wins and 2 losses. The Braves
tacked up the tanned Bison hide with a
7-0 score. The onlookers in the jam-packed
stadium came to life in the third quarter
when the Flathead eleven pushed across
the only score of the game. Frankie Landon
started off the scoring drive with an inter-
ception of a Bison pass and then capped
it off by driving over from the four yard
The favored Bisons tried to even the score
by flinging last minute passes but they ran
out of downs on the Brave l0 and then
looked on helplessly as the Braves ran out
the remaining time,
BRAVE CO-CAPTAINS FRANK LANDON AND IIM MEBUST
SHOW OFF THE SCORE OF FLATHEAD-GREAT FALLS GAME
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IT'S A FUMBLE AND HERE COMES BUTTE!
BRAVES BUMPED OUT OF TITLE CONTEST BY 19-13
LOSS AT BILLINGS
Fighting hack after the Billings Broncs scored three
quick touchdowns in the first half, the Flathead Braves
almost won the right to playoff for the State champion-
ship for the third year in a row. A fumlole in the fourth
quarter stopped a drive by the Braves after they had
marched 40 yards to reach the Broncs' 30. With a min-
ute and a half remaining on the clock the Braves got
hold of the ball again and took to the air in a desperate
attempt to gain a final touchdown. But the clock running
out still found the Braves on the lower end of the score
in their final conference game.
BRAVES SWAMP WALLACE BY SIX
TOUCHDOWNS. WIND UP SEASON
WITH NON-CONFERENCE WIN
Putting a smashing climax to the
l952 football season, the Flathead Braves
rolled to a 37-0 win over the Miners from
Wallace, Idaho. The Flathead regulars
scored four touchdowns and the Reserves
added two more for what proved to be
an easy win.
Frank Landon tallied four touchdowns
for the Braves and Vern Tennant and ,
Don Franklin each added another one.
Most spectacular run of the game was
the kickoff Frank Landon returned for a
touchdovm in the second half.
Landon returned a punt for a touch-
down also, only to have it called back by
LANDON RECEIVES A MINER PUNT AND TAKES OFF FOR THE GOAL LINE
Braves Hold Six Win. Three Loss. Season Record
Winding up their season with a 37 point win over
the Wallace Miners, the Flathead Braves copped
two-thirds of their season's games losing only three
and winning six. Eleven lettermen were lost to the
team by graduation in the spring. They include
George and Earl Dennison, lim Mebust, Frank Lan-
don, Ierry Siderius, lack Burr, Iohn Durado, Vern
Vlasak, Howard Ruby, Tom Treloar, and Bill Pioath.
Three year lettermen are lim Mebust, Frank Landon
and Bill Roath. Two year lettermen are George and
Earl Dennison, Ierry Siderius, lack Burr and Iohn
Up until the end of their last conference game
the Braves were in contention for the state title, but
they came out on the short end of a 19-13 score.
SEASON'S GAMES AND SCORES
Flathead 18 Kelloqq
Flathead 26 Whitefish
Flathead 6 Missoula
Flathead 12 Helena
Flathead 19 Butte Public
Flathead 26 Butte Central
Flathead 7 Great Falls
Flathead 13 Billings '
Flathead 37 Wallace, Idaho
In the five conference games the Braves won two
and lost three to place fifth in the Big Six but had
the distinction of beating the fourth place team,
Great Falls, 7-U, at Kalispell. The four non-confer-
ence games all wound up with Flathead on the
big end of the score. On the all-state teams the
Braves had seven players mentioned, and had the
distinction of having the leading scorer in the Big
Six, Frankie Landon. When the coaches voted for
all-state players Frank was unanimously chosen
on the first string.
COACH LITTLE LAYING DOWN THE LAW AT THE
WHITEFISH GAME HALFTIME
LYNN BENSON RACES TWO LIBBY TERRIERS TO THE GOAL LINE
OVER THE BOMBERS' HEADS AND INTO
Future Braves Train for Varsity Duties
Under the direction ot the new reserve coach,
Ralph Bergstrom, former head coach at Columbia
Falls, the Flathead "B" squad turned out a highly
successful football season. Several of the reserves
moved up to the varsity during the middle of the
season after receiving valuable experience on the
reserve squad. A big part of the reserve's job was
to learn the plays oi the teams opposing the varsity
and to use them in scrimmage against the bigger
team in practice. lohn MacMillan, junior quarter-
back had the distinction ot making a touchdown
against Flathead's old rival, Whitefish, in a regu-
lar season game.
ln their two games against reserve squads of
Big Six schools the Flathead reserves beat the Mis-
soula Bombers once and lost once to the same team.
1952 FLATHEAD RESERVE FOOTBALL TEAM
Back row: Stukie Swenson. David Nuethe, Ierry Casey, Howard Blachly, Al Ostrooi. Roger Iohnson.
Dale Hall. Dale Shawhcm.
Front row: Bob Sparling, Brice Mercord, Harold Grainger, Lynn Benson. Phil Roqnlien, Bill Lynch
Gene Fordham. Bill Turner.
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FRESHMEN ATTEMPT A PASS IN SCRIMMAGE
F ROSI-I HOLD ROUSING
A biq Dart of the football season
for the Freshman team is the scrim-
maqe held every niqht after school
to Clive the boys valuable experi-
ence and to shake the squad down
to a workable size that can be
more easily handled in qivinq in-
structions. No Freshman that wants
to play football is excluded or
dropped from the squad.
No sophomores are included on
the freshman squad and the fresh-
men who continue football move
up to the reserve squad in their
1952 Freshman Football Squad
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Back row: Pete Larsen, Evy Sliier, Don Mero, Ed Kirk, George Zannon, Harold Haven, lorry DiGiovanni,
Chuck Funk, Andrew Spindler, Ron Buck, Don Sutherland.
Front row: lim Slack, Harold Mallo, Delbert Olds, Mel Peterson, lol-in Taylor, Bruce Ruby, Dan
Hovig, Gordon Mero, Ron Richards, Iohn Slack.
FRESHMEN GAIN VALUABLE EXPERIENCE
Playina tearns from Central Iunior Hiqh School, reserve squads from
Class B schools around the valley and the freshman football team
from Missoula, the Flathead Papooses or freshman football team had
a very successful season. They capped their season against other
toarns by scorina a 31 to 7 triumph over the Missoula frosh. Bill
Turner, Eddie Kirk and Don Mero ranq up the 3l points for the frosh
with Turner rnakinq the extra point. Twenty boys made the trip
to the Garden City.
FRESHMEN MOVE TI-IE BALL AROUND END
BILL MCLEAN. Downhill
Bill McLean, 21st in combined
results in State Ski Meet traced in
3 eventsb, lst lvIen's Class C Rocky
Mountain giant slalom.
HOWARD BEAR, Slalom
Howard Bear, l2th in combined results
in State Ski Meet, llth in Rocky Mountain
giant slalom Men's Class C.
Tom Treloar, 13th in com-
bined results in State Ski
Meet, 7th in giant slalom
Men's Class C.
DICK SAVAGE, Downhill
Phil Rognlien, l8tl'1 in combined re-
sults in State Ski Meet, 5th in Bill
Barnum Memorial Race.
Dick Savage, 8th in combined re-
sults in State Ski Meet, 7th in Men's
Class A giant slalom.
TOM TRELOAR, Slalom
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Loft to righi: MCLEAN, BEAR, SAVAGE, TRELOBH, ROGNLIEN
FLHTHEAD SKIERS COP FOURTH PLACE
IN INTERSCHOLHSTIC SKI MEET
Alter holdinfi down third plfice in the interscholfistic ski
tnfvf-t lor two years, the Flcithecid Connty Ski Teom dropped to
lonrth plficre, yieldinq to Missoulci by 9 tenths ol Ci point.
The rrieriil'irvr':: ot this yecir's ski team were, Bill Mcldeon, ri junior
who will return next year: Phil Roqnlien, CI sophomore, who will
filso return next yecirg three seniors, l-loword Beer, Dick Sovciqe,
rind Torn Trelocir. The teom members competed in opproximotely
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iritorsfrliolristir: meet in which they took fourth ploce.
Whitrwlissh won the meet, ond was closely followed h B
Vlfitlir'-rid find Whitefish were hosts to the meet which wcis held
fit Bifi Moiintrriri Fehrtiriry l4 cmd l5, 1953.
Bill lVlcl.efin, one ol Flotheride top skiers took t l'
, , , wo irsts rind
two fil'CCJIlflS thronqhoiit the season which wos qood enouqh lor
liiin to rio to the Iiinior Nnxtionuls. Dick Scivcifie, ctnother top-lliqht
:sl-:tor from Flrithecid qrecrtly ciided the Flotheod teom in points in
the :shite meet, Scorinq conntinq points in every event. Howard
Burn :scored 317.9 points cmd Phil Roqnlien scored 2709, Tom Tre-
lfzrir f1t'CIf?l 3028 ' ' '
i c points und Bill McLean, who rcrced in fill events
lint the cross country, scored 253.6 points.
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THOMPSON TRIES A IUMP SHOT AGAINST HOWARD
HANDFORD TIPS OUT TO DURADO
Braves End Season With ll-3 Record
42 Butte Central
37 Great Falls
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MANAGER ILGEN WITH WHIRLPOOL BATH
The Flathead Braves, who took third place in the
State Tournament at Butte, did just about the same in
season play, winninq ll and losinq only 3. lerry
Siderius, Douq Thompson, Zip Rhoades, Frank Lan-
don, Don Franklin and Dan Mitchell composed the
first strinq for the Braves this season. Rhoades, who
set some new hiqh school records, came to Flat-
head lrom Baltimore, Maryland, at the beqinninq
ot the school year, but could not compete in sports
until the second semester ol school.
The Braves beat Missoula once and lost to them
once. They beat Butte twice, both times by two
points. The Braves beat l-lelena once in conference
play but lost to them two other times.
MANAGER HOLDS IMPORTANT IOB
Ed llqen, varsity manager, has many
important jobs which he must do every
niqht. Washing towels is his main duty,
and takes up most ol his time. Durinq foot'
ball season Ed is always there with the
tape, medicine or anything else that is
needed to help the boys. Durinq basketball
season he is either tendina the whirlpool
bath or washinq more towels. When track
rolls around Ed is relieved ot his duties
and takes it easy. Managers, indeed, have
important duties and are essential to every
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LANDON GOES IN FOR A LAYUP AGAINST MISSOULA
DOUG SETS AND SHOOTS TWO-HANDED OVER JIM POWELL
l.anclo11, Dona 'l'ho1nr'son and Dan Mitchell
all hart thoir qood nights in the tournament.
Tho frhoorloadcrs are to bo congratulated
1111 tlif-ir -rood work durinq the tournament
111 ptroniotinfr school spirit and pep.
Iinnny Powoll, a sophomore from Mis-
soula, almost niatcthed Rhoades' scorinq
fiflort i11 their aarno by dromwinq 35 points
tl11o1111l1 tho nets.
Ontr of tho tliinqs notiood at tho Stato
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in tho Northorn Divisional tournament
rtlayvfl in tho final two qarnos and took
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FRANKLIN SCORES AGAINST HELENA
TOURNAMENT GAMES PLAYED
79 Butte Central
'77 Great Falls
63 Great Falls
56 Butte Central
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Reserves Complete Season with Successful Record
LEITCH LAYS IT UP
Top row: Nuethe, Blcxchly, Chapin, Ostroot and Sparlinq
Bottom row: Ruby, Overby, Leitch, Swenson Hall and Gilbertson
Fldthec1d's reserves hud cr succosslul season despite CI
lew losses. They showed lots ol rvromisirm mutericrl for future
use on Fldthedd tedms. Cecil Leitch dud Howdrd Bluchly, two
reserves, moved to the versity fIl3Olll mid-sedsou.
The Missoula Bombers, the old loo ol tho reserves, bout
them in cm overtime fil Missoula 52 to 463. They ulso deledted
the reserves here. The reserves heel the Butte Reds lu Butte
by CI slim rudrqlu but lost to them when they come here. They
olso played El1TQliCI cmd Libby.
Top row: Harbin, Tennant, Funk, Larson, Garey, Zannon Buckmgham
Bottom row: Clark, Iim Slack, John Slack, DuPuy, Waggener Sutherland
The freshmen, who got off to a fast start by
beating Central, were a very capable and willing
team. They were coached by Spence Koppang,
who last year coached at Bigfork. Mr. Koppang
also coached the freshman football team this
ln two of their games the freshman defeated
the DeMolay and ski team basketball teams by
a good margin.
The freshmen have some good material for
the reserves. Gary Waggener moved up to the
reserves about mid-season. Webb Garey, Pete
Larson, George Zannon, Don Sutherland, Eddie
Kirk and Don Mero are all likely prospects for
the reserves next year.
I-AHSON GRHBS THE REBOUND VIRGIL ALLEN TRIES TO HIT THE BUCKET
Bottom row: Biery, Hall, Mitchell, Sommers, Leitch, Landon.
MITCHELL LEADS PACK IN FINAL TURN OF MILE
Mlddlo row: Grainger. Tennant, Blachly, Lockhart, Ilgen. l-landlord.
Top row: Marquette, Ovorby, I-Iollt, Hader, Chapin, Bustard.
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Bottom row: Mero, Taylor, Slack. Miller, Ruby, Sutherland
Mddle row: Allen. Garey, Buckingham, Zannon, Funk. Spindle:
Top row: Kotord, Peterson, Farris, Sliter, DuPuy, Slack.
FRANKLIN RUNNING THE 440
LEITCH SPILLS IN MEET
Bob Spcxx-ling, Dick Miller. Shirley Chrisinger, Dick Mockbee,
Wally Rundhuug. lack Miller. Britt Cutron, Dave Robertson
Bob Dickinson, Charlotte Morrison, Coach Spencer Koppang,
On April 16, ll candidates answered the call of
Coach Spence Koppanq for the qoli team ot FCHS.
On May 8 and 9 the student tournament was held
at the local qolt course to determine the qolfers
that would represent Flathead at the lnterscholastic
IUST A BUNCH OF AMATEURS
DICKINSON TEES OFF ON NO. 1
in Missoula. A number of golfers this year have
been playing the links for quite some time. This is
the first year that a number of girls have tried out
for the qolt team.
GOLF INSTRUCTOR MILLER
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The 1953 FLATHEAD stait wishes to express its appreciation to
the business and professional firms who have sponsored pages
ONE PAGE SPONSORS
A Friend ............................ 140
A1's Food Shop ............7... 47
B 6- B Food Mart ................ 33
Bi-Rite Drug .....s.. ........ 3 4
Conrad Bank ...................... 35
Dickinson's Music Store .... 101
Elks Dining Room
and Hennessy's ............ 36
Equity Supply Co. ,vs.....,... 38
First National Bank .,..,.,... 51
Bottling Co. .................... 52
Greig's Dairy ............,....... 42
Guest Photo Art Shop .... 37
Hall Motors, Inc. ............ 45
I-lummer's ...- .......... -- ..... -119
I. Neils Lumber Co.
Libby, Montana ............ 134
Iohns Buick, Inc. ............,. 53
Kalispell Grocery Co. i.,s 59
Kalispell Lumber Co. .... 60
Kalispell Mercantile Co. 135
T. I. Landry, Distributor. 48
Mercury Cleaners ,......... 67
Tobias Studio .......,,.,...,..... 68
R. O. Waller, Gen'l Agt.
Western Life Ins. Co ..... 69
Woodland Flower Shop 115
Alton Pearce Drug ......cc 27
Clara G Mable's Cafe ,,.... 39
Donaldson's Men's Wear 28
Dr. C. M. Anzyon ....,......... 72
Eagle Shoe Co. .............. 30
Cooperative, lnc. .......,.. 27
Flathead Motor Sales .... 30
Flowers by Hansen ........ 55
G G E Grocery ................ 28
Garey Motor Company ..., 54
Glacier Dairy V.......,.,....... 55
The Hacienda ......,........... 54
Hansen's Cleaners ............ 76
Henricksen Motor Co. 57
Motors, Inc. .................. 58
Hollingsworth Electric 70
Iackson's Machine Shop 70
Iohns Hardware ................ 58
losten Mfg. Co. .............. 7l
Kalispell Drug .,.............. 122
Kalispell Realty, Inc.
Kelly Furniture Co. ....... .
KGEZ, Don Treloar ........ 46
Kirkpatrick Kourt .....,...... 64
MacMillan Drug Co. ........ 64
Main Street Fumiture 71
Manions .,..,....,,................ 122
Milam Floral ...,.....,.......... 46
Monarch Lumber Co. 63
Garage .,...,.....,,......,...,.. 41
Mountain State Power
Company ......... - ............. 62
North Side Grocery .......... 41
O'Neil Printers ................,.,. 62
Payne 6: Bolton Fountain
61 Lunch ......,.....,.......,,.... 40
I. C. Penney Co. ..,,.......,.,,. 31
The Propane Co. ,........... 63
Bobbin 61 Robbin ....,..... . 44
The Shanty ........................ 40
Smitty's Triple XXX
Drive In ........,..........v....., 57
The Spot ......,...................., 44
Summit Lumber Co., Col-
umbia Falls ....,..........,.. 76
Tip Top Drive In , . ........ ..
THE O'NEtL PRINTERS. KALISPELL ONT
Woodward's ...... ......... 7 2
Woo1worth's .,.. ......... 3 9
Adams Drug .................... 29
Anderson Theatre Co. .... 26
Blue 61 White Auto Court 26
Croskrey Motors ....,........... 29
Service ............................ 26
Dr. Curry .......,,.,......,,....... 25
Electrik Maid Bakery ...... 56
Fergusson Shoe Co. ........ 26
Glacier War Surplus ,..... 66
Had's Union Service ...... 61
Hi1lstead's ............... .........- 29
Howard I. Poston,
Contractor ........ ---... ..... .- 25
Hutcheson Cleaners ......., 32
Inter Lake ...............,....,....... 25
Iordet Clothing Store .... 56
Kalispell Motor Supply --- 56
Main St. Texaco Serv. .... 66
Meridian Gro. 61 Dairy.-..130
Miller-Ford Electric ........ .. 66
Montana Sport Shop ...... 32
Nash Finch Co. .,.............. 32
O. K. Rubber Welders ...... 25
Pacific Fruit 61 Produce... 61
Pay 61 Save Market ..,..... 61
Robinson's Radiator Shop 61
Rockwood 61 Sykes ...,......., 43
Saverud Paint Shop ...... 32
Seven Up Company .1.... E 43
Spudnut Shop ..................,. 66
Temple Service ,......,........ 43
Valley Realty Agency ,... 56
Wheaton's Cycle G Toy .... 43
Wheeler's Iewelry .......... 29
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