Flathead High School - Flathead Yearbook (Kalispell, MT)

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Zaman PRINCIPAL OF FLATHEAD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL uf , . .. ., r3??51'f Vfavgf' J fm' ' raskg. M L5 975 To the Seniors of 1956: I wish I could emphasize, with a hand clasp, my sincere congratulations to each of you in achieving a high school diploma. This is no small accomplishment, neither should it be considered an end in itself-your education is only beginning. Those of us who have had the opportunity to work with you over the past iour years hope that our efforts have not been in vain and that we have con- tributed toward your future success and happiness. As you go your various ways in this life, I would hope that you will at all times carry the banner of Flathead County High School high. My wishes are for the best of everything for you. KENNETH A. RAWSGN 41 1. I ae, --Q Q, 1 if Y Q 5 7 4 5 wsiii U ills ug 'ai L . 'I A D 1' 3 ,154 57 + Q f-we xi - M t . 3 ,X4 , 4 , 1, gm., 'S , ' n t I t Y -df , S .f..,., FRANK MCELWAIN, B. A.-The man behind the eight ball, namely Mr. McElwain, is Flat- head's lively guidance director. Aside from solving all our problems, he also teaches general math and coaches freshman football and basketball. incidentally, he thinks that his general math classes are the Flathead claim to fame. RICHARD MATTSON, B. A., M. A.-Lack of hair seems to be the chief concern of our genial psychology, social studies, and guid- ance instructor. He sponsors the Bible Club, Freshman Class, and Polio drive. His most unusual experience was that one of his students discovered an additional hair tmaking a total of 7V2l on his Cranium. VERNON P. DAY, B. S.-Mr. Day, every boy's "favorite" teacher, keeps busy chasing Flat- head's "ditchers." He also teaches advanced algebra and sponsors Key Club. His secret ambition is to catch his algebra class run- ning to lunch. He enioys hunting and fishing. DONNA ARNOLD, B. A. - Mrs. Arnold, Dean of Girls, is Bible Club, Y-Teens, and Senior Class sponsor. She spends most of her spare time knitting. homemaking, and being outdoors. She gets very tired of the age-old excuses she hears for ab- :-" A", . !J 'LL if RUTH MacDONALD, Registrar-After a day of filling out transcripts, answering innumer- able questions and supervising the busy of- fice, Mrs. Macdonald enjoys raising cherries, knitting, and spoiling her two grandchildren. t The guidance department aims to help the student answer the eternal question, "Where do l ao from here?" by assisting him to evaluate his own potentials and abilities. SGIICBS. LAURA OSTROOT, Secretary-To have time to study piano is Mrs. Ostroot's hope. Raising flowers is her favorite hobby. Among Mrs. Ostroot's duties is keeping the school register of attendance. gb ' RICHARD NELSON. B. A.-We are certainly proud that Mr. Nelson has been nominated by McCall's Magazine as its teacher of the year. His participation in many activities and in- terst in student welfare justify this honor. Aside from being the school's shutterhug, Sci- OTXCE. Club, Ski Club, and Annual advisor, "linux", teachegephgics, algebra, and earth cdance, 9,ww. , A 5 I M4 -v-aw....... , ,hum qc, 4 9 'H . - DOROTHY SCHOKNECHT. A. B. and M. S.-Having a student blow oft his shirt in a chemistry experiment is iust one of the many unusual experiences Miss Schoknecht has had while teaching chemistry and biology at Flathead. Another of her important duties is production ad- visor of the yearbook. She always takes a personal interest in her students. Page 12 ANNUAL W l7.C.H.S. 4 lENCEi an A l 12.2 4 AGNES FIELD, B. A.--Miss Field teaches math- ematics and sponsors the Ushers' Club. Srhe enioys spending her s mmers at her Cubin on Flathead L k Ty ical of her inte in her students' lar is her secret itiojlf to live long ough to see what he tuden do with t i iyps. , - , 51 m- N- ws wh l iSiQ,.,f,,Q xlltyf N m PHYSICS CLASS ' LABORATORY EXPERIMENT ON FORCE K i ' "':m,... ., ,f BILL MCCLAREN. A. B.-Under the fine leader- ship of this technical director, Flathead has had exceptional staging ot plays. He is kept busy with his unusual hobby ot acquiring tropical lish. To come down the Flathead River in a row boat with Lloyd Tracht at the oars is one ol his secret ambitions. WALTER YLINEN, A. A. S.. B. A.. cmd M. A. F1athead's sophomores are very fortunate in having such a fine instructor to teach them the fundamentals of biology. He also sponsors the Proiectionists Club. His favorite pastime is woodworking. Social NORMAN WEILER, B. A.-Mr. Weiler's assign- ment is to explain to the seniors the organiza- tion ol the United States government. He also instructs two driver training classes and says that he would sometime like to soup up the driver training car. HOME EC LAB NOEL FURLONG, B. A.-Mr. Furlonq. a grad- uate ot Montana State University, teaches Am- erican history and iournalism. He is also ad- visor ol the Arrow and sponsor of Quill and Scroll. His hobby is studying the history ol the Northwest. He would like best to discover another Marilyn Monroe and keep her all to himselt. , 1 .gf 4 69 -1 -f-. rr!!-ff 1 BOYS PRACTICE PROPER CULINARY TECHNIQUES IOANN BAHR, B. S.-Mrs. Bahr would like to go to Europe to ski, which is her tavorite sport. Being sponsor of F. H. A. and the Iunior class takes up most ot her time. She appre- ciates the triendly attitude ol the students. ,jf mn 0 0 Ja' 'V ETHEL MILLER, B. A.-Mrs. Miller, who is earning her master's degree, instructs Flat- head's Iuture housewives. She is also Senior class sponsor and chairman ol the Home Ec Department. She would at sometime like to set up a worthwhile class in Home Manage- ment Ior upper-class girls. Wame Zcaaamdca ' I7 I 2 Q, fi te 1 T30 1' . ' Yr 3 f Qi' .-.1 .. 1 I If-f el 5 S 2 f W Ir S I 3 . LARRY WEINGARTNER, B. A.-Mr. Weingartner teaches social studies and keeps the study halls amused with his sleight-ol-hand tricks. He also sponsors the Hockey Club and Model Airplane Club. Much ol his leisure time is spent in hunting, tishing and collecting stamps. Page I3 CAL KUSLER, M. A. 6. B. A.-Instructing vo- cational students in the finer points of wood- working is Mr. Kusler's iob. One of his un- usual experiences at Flathead was being hit on the head by a snowball while supervising study hall. f' 6,41-x f ROBERT OLSON, B. S.-Flathead's mat coach has a sincere interest in the Flathead County High School students. He received his degree from Montana State College and spends most of his spare time in the outdoors. HENRY ROBINSON, B. S. G M. S.-The twelve gold medals which Flathead's F. F. A. has won are due in a large part to Mr. Robinson's excellent leadership. In addition to sponsor- ing the F. F. A. chapter, he also instructs adult classes. His favorite pastime is hunting. Mr. Robinson is vice principal for vocational Page H subiects. Waggener 6 Campbell --ei x Xx 1, X ,- A - ,V ' ' f.. ,, K I , L. W. WILSON, B. A. 6 M. A.-Mr. Wilson's hobbies of hunting and fishing never seem to be satisfied. This efficient teacher is in charge of the Graphic Arts and Drafting Department. He received his M. A. from Colorado State Teachers College. PRACTICAL DEMONSTRATION ROBINSON DEMONSTRATES THE SKILL OF ROPE TYING LUTHER LALUM, B. S.-Flathead's outstanding F. F. A. chapter can partly be attributed to Mr. Lalum's guidance. Besides hunting and fishing, Mr. Lalum likes the recreational facil- ties of the Flathead best of all. ,, t . 2 in shorthand. KENNETH CHRISTISON, B. S.-Mr. Christison keeps busy as advisor to the Student Council and financial advisor to the Arrow. His most unusual experience at F. C. H. S. was seeing the auditorium go up in smoke. DRAWING BOARD TECHNIQUES ,Q ' -W-:,,,,. Lit., X be V . , L..ne, DRAFTSMEN STRIVE FOR PRECISION WALLACE McCulloch sors the T. fishing in ceived his MCCULLOCH, B. A. 6 M. Ed.-Mr. teaches Auto Mechanics and spon- 6 I. Club. He enioys hunting and his spare time. Mr. McCulloch re- degrees trom Bemidji State Teach' ers College and Colorado A. 6 M. Nr 'tr . FLORENCE LAMBERT, B. A.- published. Walt's Auto Repair Shop IACK HUGHES, B. S.-Mr. Hughes teaches commercial courses and is a permanent Seni- or class sponsor. He enjoys square dancing. golt and tiddley winks. His most unusual ex- perience was having a straight "1" student aramanda! RUSSELL MERRITT, B. A.-Mr. Mer- ritt has the interesting iob ot keep- ing track of all the finances ot school organizations. He teaches bookkeeping and general business. and advises the Key Club and Stu- dent Council. The trout streams of the Flathead are a great lure to Mr. Merritt. Miss Lambert She enioys teaches shorthand and typing. movie photography and someday hopes to have the children's stories she has written Page I5 77Zm. ' cmd gif EDWARD SOUDER, B. M. 6 M. M. Directing last year's A Cappella choir at the Northwest Music Edu- cators Meet in Eugene, Oregon, was the high point of Mr. Souder's car- reer of teaching at Flathead. In addition to being vocal music di- rector, he is also the commander of the C. A. P. Last summer he studied and traveled extensively in Europe and someday wishes to take the high school choir on tour there. Page 16 OMVALD ARESTAD, B. A.-Mr. Arestad, who is a new member oi our faculty this year, teaches English and is assistant band direc- tor. His favorite activities are woodcraft, hunt- ing and fishing. Like most new teachers at Flathead, he finds it hard to get used to the short lunch period. -mug .ff S I.. -rf" ,- t' . ED BECKSTRAND, B. A. 6 M. A.-Mr. Beck- strand spends most of his time producing top- notch bands to represent F. C. H. S. He at- tended Macalester College, receiving his B. A. and M. A. there. ADVANCED ART STUDENTS DABBLE IN OILS 3 .QI jg' , A NM' , Haag, fd .a gfr'l.l"'h ,milf U ,L ,mink . 'jigs' A We SEM' LF. , i A iff . ,A .-A t 1 'Y '- Mft ss... -Q -fu-v--vnu , A A'-,'l1J, 1 1 ll ID EDWARD BAILEY, B. A.-Mr. Bailey spends most of his spare time painting in water col- ors and in sponsoring the Art Club and assem- blies. He asks that his secret ambition be kept secret at the present time. Mr. Bailey received his B. A. from Montana State Uni- versity. MARLYN IENSEN, B. A.-Mr. Iensen's extra curricular activities are sponsoring the Sopho- more class wrestling and reserve football. He likes the P. E. tacilities of the school but feels that there should be more corporal pun- ishment within the school. .-A - QQ ' - A ., wx 1 -1- .. "'. ,"" I I IIM SWEENEY, B. A.-Trying to mold a win- ning football team is Mr. Sweeney's obiective at F. C. H. S. Besides being athletic director, head football coach, and sponsor of the "F" Club, he is an excellent handball player. Sur- prisingly enough he is just as much at home in the kitchen as he is on the football field. for he is a master of the culinary arts. OLIVE LEWIS, B. A. - Miss Lewis teaches Physical Education. She also sponsors G. A. A., Girls Trampoline and lunior Red Cross. However she still manages to find time for her favorite hobbies of woodworking and deaf raising flowers. BOYS' GYM CLASS Zdamfdaa 5 . 'FQ' I PLAYING BOHUNK WILLIAM KAMBICH, B. A.-In addition to be- ing assistant football, track ,and basketball coach, Mr. Kambich teaches American and world history. He is an avid sports enthusiast and especially enioys hunting and fishing. He someday hopes to see a World Series or Rose Bowl game. ii N3 ,P-52 RALPH BERGSTROM, B. A.-To win the state basketball championship is the dream of Flathead's outstanding basketball coach. In addition to coaching, Mr. Bergstrom teaches American history and algebra and sponsors the "F" Club. ms X I F. E. WILSON, B. S.-Mr. Wilson, a long-time member of the F. C. H. S. faculty, teaches driver's train- ing and boys' Physical Education. He also sponsors the Square Dance Club and instructs the trampoline team. Mr. Wilson has been instru' mental in providing skiing facilities for Flathead youth. Page I7 language 14154 p- S4 CAROL SORVIG, B. A.-To be mistaken tor a Ireshman has been Miss Sorvig's most un- usual experience at Flathead. She is very impressed by the energy and enthusiasm of the student body. DAVID T. ANDERSON, B. A. 6 M. A. Mr. Anderson, sponsor of the Soph- omore class, spends most ol his time gardening and decorating. His secret ambition is to "write," and he likes the people best at F. C. H. S. Mr. Anderson is a member ot a state commission which is re- vising the English curriculum. PATRICIA OLAFSON, B. A.-Instructing the freshmen in their duties and responsibilities as students at Flathead is one ot Miss Olatson's biggest iobs as treshman English teacher. Her other school activities include sponsoring Y- teens and Senior Girl Scouts. An avid skier, she makes good use ot the slopes at Big Mountain. CLARA YOUNG, A. B.-To be a civil engin- eer and to build bridges has always been the suppressed desire ol Mrs. Young, senior Eng- lish teacher and sponsor of F. T. A. She spent last summer taking special courses at Col- umbia University so that she would be more qualified to prepare the seniors tor college entrance. ENGLISH VII STUDENTS DRAMATIZE MACBETH "DOUBLE, DOUBLE, TOIL AND TROUBLE . . Y Q LA GRACE GIE, A. B.-Miss Hagie teaches nglish and onsors Quiver Club. Her favor- 'te hob ' spending her summers on the arm, an someday hopes to live in the ountry. C enial teachers and good class tudents h made her teaching career en- WQ . Page 18 fx., DOROTHY ROGERS, B. A. 6 M. A.-As a fresh- man English teacher, Miss Rogers does an ex- cellent iob of instructing Flathead's new citi- zens. In connection with this she is also in charge of publishing the freshman handbook. She enjoys spending her summers at her cabin on Bitterroot Lake and would like to retire and live like a millionaire. OUTDOOR DRAMA iff ' 3 s t K. .I D 5.5-L...,g .V ., f ,ijt-412 .H aug, Q-,D , , Vs it IA , ,A -. Q .. , A .' .V f f- .'4 ' . i - ,ggi -4 -Xu H at ff I, - K s .4-,,:.:'1r'4 -.351 -,I .-if-255: f3e5wj,.f3f5g, . .xt g.s5,E,-vt in 1... I' ., . -, N: 4- Q4 ..',v""f' i . 5'1" t-,,..l,5gt.k..'. Z-, , V -sim at i.. ' ,xx ' xiii' 'I E- J.--J: --1. Q...-' 'fi-:f"l:t.n .. fe. -L DRAMA STUDENTS SWAB OLD FLATS FOR NEW PLAYS ROBERT HAMILTON, B. A.-Mr. Hamilton, our Spanish teacher, is busy sponsoring the Sen- ior Class, Spanish Club, counseling the Boy Scouts and intra-mural basketball. He still manages to find time for his various hobbies of fishing, reading and writing poetry. This ambitious man has but one secret ambition and that is to emulate Ernest Hemingway. language rim GLENN REZNOR, A. B. 6 M. A.-Mt. Reznor is responsible for the fine student dramatic productions of F. C. H. S. Aside from drama he also teaches English and an adult Spanish class. I-Ie is a talented musician, having done much professional work before coming to Flathead. g 'Y--W AL GERSTENBERGER. B. A. - Mr. Gerstenberger, who teaches English and Latin, is Junior Red Cross spon- sor and cafeteria monitor. A lover ot the great outdoors, he thinks the Flathead is a sportsman's paradise and hopes to find a lake which no one else has ever fished. LOUISE CALDER, B. A.-Mrs. Calder, sponsor of the French Club and also a French teacher, would like best to study in France. She spends most of her time reading, horseback riding and visiting her friends. Page 19 TOM RICHARDSON, B. A. 6 M. A.-Flathead's excellent speech department can be attributed to the able leadership cmd enthusiastic efforts of Mr. Richardson. He sponsors the N. F. L., the Iunior class, and public relations radio broadcasts, besides teaching speech and so- cial studies. He should certainly be proud that Flathead is one of the first five high schools in the nation to sponsor educational programs on local radio stations. Page 20 ,N it, LONITA KURTZ, B. A. 6. B. S. in L. S.-Miss Kurtz is school librarian and sponsor of Appin- okwis. Her favorite pastimes are reading, trav- eling, and handicrafts. She hopes at some time to own a home on Flathead Lake. eiaxof. ' 's S4 7 t 2 3 .1 A w.. 4, f ,... hh. -e.L,v,....' ---- "-A --fi. r U' sf mnun.4"' BOILER ROOM CAPERS ANNUAL FACULTY PICNIC AT FLATHEAD LAKE 1 . ' v xxm.. -.J fl .4 Row 1: Mrs. Anna Bates, Mrs. Anna Altenburg, Mrs. Ruby Kirby, Mrs. Olti Kova- cevic, Mrs. Olga Reimer. Row Z: Mrs. Florence Wood, Mrs. Ann Miller, Mrs. Valborg Biery, Mr. Ben Good, Mrs. Ella Von Ruden. CUSTODIANS Row l: Mrs. Florine Gassert. Len Lull, Clarence Westmoreland, Roy Wood. Row 2: Iack Dewell, Charles Gasserl, Gene Bradford, lack Iohnson. L n . IQ, UF CAFETERIA 1.9 lu.: Z7 ,.. MMM 'Q if: BUS DRIVERS Row 1: Mrs. Chris Hayen, Walter Pritchett, Ben Bruyer, Amon ChuPP. Tom Yenne. Flow 2: Norman Hanson, L. D. Clark, Ed Foster, Iohn Shellon, Dick Byrne. Page 21 illl' B-L , . in ru U 1-.Eu Q... 4 1 n QUIET REIGNS OVER THE LIBRARY QS .fig eat TYPING CLASS TAKES TIME TEST SHOP STUDENT APPLIES FINISHING TOUCHES TO WOOD- WORKING PROIECT PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE IN AUTO MECHANICS Page 22 ON YOUR TOES! FINGER DEXTERITY TESTS GIVEN BY MONTANA i . 'IJ fp . W4-f lx , I rf I k ri 36 ,,, . . 53 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE "MATI!.DA" POSES EOR ART CLASS FUTURE CHEMISTS PRODUCE NITRIC ACID IN LABOR ATORY EXPERIMENT 7a Hiaaafzaam HOME EC GIRLS PONDER OVER THEIR SEWING DIFFICULTIES W, ls..- Pcxge 23 : x ' f Pug THE Ml'LKMAN'S FRIENDS OH! THOSE KNEEHIGHS! H935 e 24 THE LINEUP 145 Sade UTACKLE HIM, GIRLS!" 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'ff-SEM-v-N-1gv..:4,:m,1, X .W x,.- A-qw.-,.,,-gf. UQ-W .f K Q .. A gl. ,,.y.n,,- .Mx ,l . .-:rrnz--.L:,1w-'nf---.1 "JN" ' 5 z. ,. 4.ivf..TW3'--"'i"N ' '5:"?.1L-. -.1-gf. 4w......, Q I--f-. . .- .'-1,-r -Q-.-f, . n ..,j.,.11.',f.n. .., V-. -N, . ,V,--7' -.-fr'-TV, ' -. , 1 -....,. ,-x-.71 .- 'gr ., 1 ,.4.- ein-:, , V Q.:- meacemeaz' I 'K a , ., , 3' 1 " ' 6,551 'HW' 'Q i THIS IS SANTA'S BIG SCENE x MEETING SMILE AFTER SMILE Q: ' 3 .MS . s x ,W X ' A "2 ip Q af. A X xv 65:5 11 in Vw W I Q4 A5 ' . ax- Xb . I WT S V M I Q' ,Eh PEOPLE LAUGHING, PEOPLE PASSING HERE IS WHAT CHRISTMAS TIME MEANS TO ME QM im 1 . e' "L Page 27 'S BETTY BARNES llfadrirgal Cholr The Messiah 4, Babes in Toy- land 42: Cafeteria Helper 7, 3, 4: F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, Sffrfftary 4, State Convc-nt.on 3, Bible Club 2, 3, 4, Assemblies 4. LONETA MARIE BARTLETT HBGH.. Music Festivals l, 2, 3, 4: A Cappella Choir 3, 4: Girls' Choir 1, A Cappella Choir Trips, Helena, Montana 2, Eugene, Oroqon 3, Amahl and the N.qht Visitors l, 2: Babes in Toyland, Przncipal 4: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4: Office 3: Study Hall Helper 1, 2: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres- :dent 3: lumor Red Crcss 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Appznokwis 3, 4, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4: Girls' State 3: M. I. E. A. 3, 4: Semester Hiah Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Debate 2, 4, District Charnpionship 2, N. F, l., l,2,3,4, Speech Trip 2, 4, lnterscholastic Meet 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Ball 4: Iunicr Prom 3, Youth Fair 1, Arrow 3, 4, Feature Editor 4: Bible Club 3, 4: Frosh-Soph Party 7: State Winner, "I Speak for Democracy" 4: "Best Supporting Actress of the Year" Medal 1: All Sehool Plays I, 3, Backstage 4: Assemblies l, 7, 3, 4. IOYCE PAYE BAUSKA "Rockie" Trampoline 3: G1rls' Choir l, 2: The Messiah l, 2: Stiiclent Council l, 2, 3: Home Room Officer l, 7: Lzbrazy 2, Study Hall Helper 3, Y-Teens I, 2, l:o,u Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Ball 4: Iunior Prom 3: Annual 4: Fresh-Sorfh Party 2, Backstage 4, Assemblies 3, 4, RAY BEAR Freshman Football l: lntrarrzuial Basketball 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club l, 2, 3, 4, Clarence W. Baker, State Farm Insurance Tip Top Drive Inn Typewriter Supply Co. Wheeler's lewelry Page 28 DONNA EDELLE AABERGE Orchestra 3- Music Festival l: Student Store 4: Ouivf-1 3: Square D :rice Club l: l'. T. A. 4: 4.1: oi 4. MARIANNA AUNE Music: Ft.-stzvals 3, 4' Girls' Choir 3: lwfadzifyxl Choir 4: The Messiah 4, Babes pn 'l'oyl-.ind 4: Home Roorii Off:-'-rr, Secretary 3, l,1brary 4: Stai- derif Stott- 4: Study llttll Helper l: Squlrir- Dcrrife Club l, fl, 3. VONICA ROSE BAKER HB0 -en Office 3: Y-Teens l, ll, 3: Square Dance Club l: Twirlers 3, Senior Ball 4: lunzor Prom 3, Annual 4: Kintla Girl Scouts l: Btble Club 3, 4: Backstage 4: Ouzll and Scroll 4. LAURA ANN BALLENGER Music Festivals l, 3, 4: Madriqal Choir 2, 3, 4: Girls' Choir l: The Mikado 3: H. M. S. Pinafore 2: The Messiah 1, 2, 4: Babes in Toyland, Pl'lllC.f'ZGl 4: Student Store 4, Cfwogi 4: Bible Club fl, 3, 4. Sv B r-159-f' ff' tw, ,,.i W ,V ,041 ff ', i My rf, ' Q in iwfig A 1, s rat ,l I RUTH BEST Spanish Club 27 F. T. A. 37 Ouiver 3, Square Dance Club l, 21 Girls' Choir 1, Music Festival ly F. H. A. lg Bible Club 3, 4, Student Store 4, Co-op 4. DAVID BEYER ..Dave.. United States Navy. IOHN BEYER United States Navy. X, ROBERT H. BIRD "Bob" Freshman Basketball ly Reserve Basketball 27 lntrauiural Valley Ball 1, 2, Intramural Basket- ball l, 2, 3, 4, Student Store 45 Square Dance Club, Executive Committee 2, F. F. A., Room Otti- cer l, 2, 3, Co-op 4 3.4 l "' w 'uv' X -if GENE BIRKY Intifrrriural Baskf-tball l, 7, 3, 4: Student Strre fi- Moflffl Airgtlanr- Klub 3: Cu-og 4. IOEANN BLASDEL nloedyu Tumblers 2, 37 l.ila:' Festival l, 27 Calgary Statue puede fi: lnbrary 3, 4: Study Hall H-'lr ei 3: Square llariye. Club l, ll' lf H. A. l, T, 3, Pieszdexit -if Twirlezs l, Q, 3 4- Stxfe 'l".-.'.:I.:2': l-.fe-f' 7. PHYLLIS IOAN BOSTIC nphylu lflfidriqtil Chiu I' P, 4, Surtary 3' The Mik- ado H. 2.4. S. Pzuatsre fl' The M-ssiah fl, -1' Babes in T:yl.1u'iY-l- Hottgf- Rain: Iffflicer, Ser' ietaiy l: Ofl1.'fX Y-T-'-f-:Qs f- Peg Club 3, 4' Squiif- lYlfTl'ZfP Club l: Se-'irc' Ball 4' luzuor Prom 35 "A" Clieerlearli-: 3, 4, Co-Clif.-ei' Queen 47 Bible Club f, E, 4' .AILZLQI il 4. LESTER BROWN United iitafes Navy Brinkman 6 Lenon, Architects Page 29 of- 'Fix x.. PATRICK CASEY upm.. Freshman Basketball 1: Reserve Basketball 2: Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4: Divisional Tourna- ment 3, 4: F Club 3, 4: Golf Club 2, 3, 4: Home Room Officer, Vice President 3, President 4: Inter- scholastic Meet 3, 4. BRITTIAN CATRON "Brit" Golf Club 1, 2, 3: Ski Club I, 2: Band 1: Projec- tionists 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: Science Club 3, 4: Square Dance Club 1: Senior Ball 4: Iunzor Prom 3: Annual 4: Model Airplane Club l, 2, Secretary 2: Camera Club I, 2: Senior Play 4: Backstage 4: Science Fair 3, 4: Assemblies 4. TOM CAUDILL T ts 1 Club 3, 4. CALVIN CHRISTIAN ucalu Intramural Volley Ball 4: Intramural Basketball 3, 4: Lilac Festival 2: Calgary Stampede 2: Band 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4: Torn Toms 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4: Dance Band 2, 4: Orchestra 3: Music Festival 2: Ensemble Meet 3, 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Class Officer, President 4: Home Room Officer, President 4: Key Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Appinokwis 3, 4, President 4: Boys' State, Al- ternate 3: Science Club 3: lunior Prom 3: Bible Club 3, 4, Council 4: Assemblies 4: F. F. L. 4: Radio Broadcast 4: Bigfork High School, Bigfork, Montana l. F. A. Buttrey Co. Page 30 RONALD BUCK Freshman Football 1: Intramural Basketball 3, 4: Home Room Officer, Secretary l: Science Club 3, 4: Square Dance Club l, 2: F. F. A. l, 2, 3. DONALD BUCKINGHAM "Buck" Freshman Football l: Freshman Basketball l: Track l: Intramural Volley Ball 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4: Music Festivals l, 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 2, 3: A Cappella Choir Trips, Helena, Montana Eugene, Oregon 3: Madrigal Choir l: The Mikado, Principal 3: Amahl and the Night Visitors 2: H. M, S. Pinafore 2: The Messiah l, 2, 4: Student Council 4: Home Room Officer, Vice President 3, President 4: Key Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Pep Club 4: Boys' State Alternate 3: Science Club 4: Square Dance Club 1. 2, 3: N. F. l.. 4: Senior Ball 4: lunior Prom 3: Annual, Associate Editor 4: Bible Club 4: Frosh- Soph Party 2: Radio Broadcasts 4: Senior Play 4: Assemblies 3, 4: Backstage 4: Science Fair 3, 4: Apgzmokwis 4: Ouill and Scroll 4 Debate 4. EARLENE BURCHAM ,.BurchY.. Music Festivals l, 2, 3, 4: A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4: A Cappella Choir Trip, Eugene, Oregon 3: The Messiah l 2 4: Y-Teens 4: lunior Red Cross 4: Ouver 2, 3: F. T. A. 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 3, President 4: Senior Ball 4: Iunior Prom 3: Bible Club 2, 3, 4. LOUISE CALDER ..Liz,. Assemblies 4: Billings I, 2: Fairfield 3. EUGENE R. CLARK "Gene" lnuarzxurtwl Husker-tball 1, 2, 3: Pmgf--ttonzfstss 3, A1- S,-tfmzgv Clula ll: Qutvcr 3: Squaw llauco Club l 2, 3, 47 F. l.. 4: F, F. A. l, 2, 3, l.1bI'CIT1'I!l 2, 3: Soruor Ball 4: lumor PIOIII 3: Youth F'a.r 4- Amtuul 4: Model Alrplanfv Club 3, 4: Cmnt-I' Club 3: F, F. A. Natloual Convention, lfmsas City 3: Seruor Play 4: E1 'lCfZliI"jE1 4' Assmulnlts-5 4. IANICE ELAINE CLARKE ulanu l.1lfxc Festival 1, 2: Calqaty Stampede 7: All Statfv Band 3: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Tom Toms 3, -3- Q Orflwswa 3- Mufu-' l7t'SflVf!lS 3: Home Rfgou Otflcfvr, Vlcv Presdent 2' Student STCIQ 4: Ca-ag 4. CLIFTON C. CLARK. Ir. 1. . .1 T1p Frfissltmzn Poztball l: Vruszty Football l-'l'1Il'ICj9Y ff' F1f5lzz:1fu1 lifxslcr-fbzxll Ifl'x1tfx-gr-I l- Rf-sftz-.-H kffrxzll T.f'xr1::t-1 A: Varsity li zskceflxgxll Twlau :wir D.'llSiOILUl 'l'f,uz1:auxv-:xt l.4f::t-wt r 2: State 'l'o.u:-1- mffztt M rmxqwt J: lI'I1'lK l. lutlvxutuxcxl Vallwy Pfxzl 3- lTlf!GIIlUIk'Il l5fISll'iYll!Ill l, fi, 3, 4: 'l'ramg.olum 4: Gilt Club .1 ltlz- l't-'su-Jf:l Q1 Rrvfsf Fflstt-.fal l- li'l:.d l, Q: l.l't::.- P7 :1'1v:l-2 ,, 3, 4- A kfzggf-lla Char il, 3, 4: A C1g.gFll'x ifltoxi' 'l'11:S, Hflc'-nfl, lt.'lo:ztfma ljrtrgorzf-, Or'--1-fu 3- Mfzflxzqzl Chaz: l, -1 ifl'z'x'-1,.',4- l.f.::fxfl': 3' Azzzfxltl :ml 'ltr- ff1f,:lttV1slturJ1 3- H. lvl. S. P.uafa:'e 2: The Voss 'Zh l, 3: l'l1Z?V-S 1:1 '!'oylax:d, P:.uf-tgwzl 4: State S1110 fmfl lifts--'::tl-PM M'-1-t IZ, 4- ljtsuzf-t S010 and l:ll53f,'lltlDlP lllfo' 7, 4- llC:::' Riflnl Otftf-fu, Vive Pres:-rlvrtt 3- ?---:1-rf Club Seri-or Exll 4- lunar pifilll 3' l'!'JSl,-S'Tl,ll l?:t'y 3- C. A. P. 4- ASSE!'l1bllV-S l, 2, 3, ll THOMAS M. COKER ,,Tom,1 Praia:-t1'mx1StS T, 3, 4- Scrxmr Bill 4: Modal Air- glzzzu- Clulv l, f', 'Q 'Ks C. WILLIAM CROISETTIER "Bill" Square Dan:-Q Club l, Q, 3: Mode-l Azrplane Club l, 2, 3: Backstage 4: C. A, P. 4. ROGER DAHLKE lll'1t" Festival ' 3- Ba' 3 ' 3,N4: Hon1euRaalzLMOlf:car 3 x.:'l l, 3, 4: Tsrri 'Tatu SHARON DALE Youtl: Fall' 3, 4: Att Club 4. HUBERT DEGLOW "Bert" R1-sn-:vc l7'aatl'bf1ll ff- Varsity Football 3, 4: Stato C:uu:.g zozzslxzg C1 :meh 3- All State T9-am, All State Cz: xzd, fzxst :nd sf-:and string 4: Trirk 4: Intra- z:.u:t:l B-xsk.':h1ll4: F Club 2, 3, 4: Student Coun- C-zl Il, 1: Home Room Otfxcer, Prestdvnt, Vtre Prest- civvrmt F:o.:l1fSogtlt Party 2. First National Bank Page 31 EDWIN DON ALDSON ..Ed.. Appinokwis 4, Science Club 3, F. F. A., Commit- tee Chairman 2, 3, Parlzamemarian l, 2, 3, lelli- son Award lr Conrad Award 4. ARGOL DROLLINGER ..Arg,. Freshman Football l, Intramural Volley Ball l, 2, Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, T 6- I Club 3, 4. LINDA IOANNE DUNCAN G. A, A. 2, 3, 4, President 4, Play Day 3, 4, Mfznafger 3, Lzbrary 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, N. F. L. 3, 4, F. T. A. 4, Appinokwis 4. IOHN DUNAGAN T 6- l Club 4, Whitefish, Montana, 1, 2, 3. Flathead Septic Tank Service Page 32 CHARLOTTE FAYE DEITRICK Home Room President l, 2, Secretary 4, Library 2, Office 3, Pep Club 4, Square Dance Club l, Senior Pall 4, Iunior Prom 3, Annual 4, Senior Play 4, Appinokwis -1, ROBERT DICKINSON "Dixie" Freshman Football 1, Freshman Basketball 1, In- tramural Volley Ball 4, lntramural Basketball 3, 4, Ski Team 3, 4, Golf Club l, 2, 3, 4, Ski Clnb 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Lilac Festival l, 2, Rose Festival l, Calgary Stampede 2, Band l, 2, 3, 4: 'l'om Toms l, 2, 4, Dance Band 3, 4, Orchestra 3, Music Festival 2, Babes in Toyland 4, State Solo and Ensemble Meet 4, District Solo and Ensemble Meet 4, Home Room Officer, President l, Senior Ball 4, Junior Prom 3. GERALD R. DIGIOVANNI ulerryu Freshman Football l, Reserve Football 2, 3, ln- tramural Basketball 3, 4, Student Council 3, Home Room Officer, Vice President 2, 3, Key Club 4, Science Club 3, Square Dance Club l, 2, Senior Ball 4, Iunior Prom 3, Annual 4, Arrow, Adman, Sports, 3, 4, Frosh-Soph Party 2. PEGGY DARLENE DODD Lilac Festival l, 2, Calgary Stampede 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Festivals 1, 2, Madriqal Choir 3, Student Store 4, Co-op 4. JAMES DUPUY .,Dupe.. Rt-ss--:ve Football 35 Freshman Basketball 15 Re- st-xvo Basketball 2, 35 lntramural Volley Ball 45 lntmmural Basketball 3, 45 Columbia Falls Hiab Svliool, Columbia CAROL ANN Falls, Montana l, DURHAM Stud-f-nt Store 4: Co-op 4. EUGENIE A. EGAN "Genie" lAu::1t' Fc-fstivals l, 2, 3, 45 A Cappella Chou f F' 1 A Ca, gleilfz Clioir Trzg, Eufgfne, Oreigf Sli-i:1ff-:ss 35 Arnalil 'md 'lie Nitglit V153 tors 3' Tlx' My-rsgfrb Q, 45 Dstzivt Solo and Ensemble Moet I, fi- Study Hill Henle 5 ..., 'X' VE. l rr fl' C. A. P, 45 Ass-omblzes 2, 3, 4 W. EUGENE EISENMAN "Gene" fzlw' Fffssttval l, 125 Calgary Stampede 25 Baud l, ff, 3, 45 Torx: Tonzs 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 4 Fr 'iwstri 4- lfluszt Festzvwls 3, 4- State z-,rl Lips:-rrxbl-, Meet 3, 45 D.stri:t Solo and S- trzllle lllfvet 3, 4. .J V 'F' -r Qu- i CAROLE ELGIN G. A. A. l, 25 Cafeteria Helper l, 25 Studen' Store 45 Square Dance Club l, 25 Coeop 4. DON ELLIS 1, H Don lntramutai Basketball 2' Square l'ta:1."e Club fl, 3 Model Airplane Club l, 3, Vice Preszd'-:it fl' T 6- I Club 3, 45 C. A. P. 4. HAROLD FARRIS Froshmrn Football 15 Rwsvrvr- Football 2, 35 Varsity Football 45 lntrarnurtl Basketball 45 F Club 4' Student Council 45 Home Room Officer, Prosiflvnt l, Il, 3, Vivo ljlixfildtillf 3: F. F, A. Vice President 45 lunior Prom 3' Senior Ball 45 Youth Farr l, 3, 3, 45 Assemblies -1. BARBARA FATHERREE "Bombs" l.1lar Festival 1: Band I, 35 Girls' Dance Band l' Home Room Officer, Secretary 45 Office 45 Student Store 45 Quiver 25 Square Dance Club l, il, 35 Senior Ball 45 Iunior Prom 35 Co-op 4: Art Club 35 Colombia High School, Richland, Vlfasliinaton 3. Greiq's Dairy Page 33 sl-.- ll . f1f"" 'W' hd. QP" 'Kew-' xx ,Q GARRY MERLE FRENCH "Turk" Intramural Volley Ball 3, 4: lntramural Basket- ball 2, 3, 4' Golf Club 3: Hockey Club 3, 4: Rose Festzvai 1: Calgary Stampede 2: Band 1, 3, 4: Tam Totris l, 2, 3, 4: Dance Band 3, 4: Home Room President l, 2: Key Club 2, 3, 4: Square Dance Club l, 2: Senior Ball 4: Appinokwrs 4. RAYMOND FRITZ HRUYU Intramural Basketball 4: Lilac: Festival 2: Calgary Stampede 2: Band 2, 3, 4, President 4: 'Tom Toms 2, 3, 4, President 4: Dante Band, Master of Cere- monies 4: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4: Class V. Pres. 3: H. R. V, Pres, 2, Preszclenf 3: Key Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 4: lunior Red Cross 3, 4, Vive President 4: Pep Club 4: Appinokwis 3, 4: Boys' State 4: Semester High Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Science Club 3, 4, President 4: Square Dance Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, President 3: Senior Ball 4: lunror Prom 3: Scxenve Farr 3, 4: Annual, Sports 4: Frosh-Soph Party 2: Class Marshal 3: Key Club Nat. Conv. 3: Traffic Safety Council 3: Air Forre Band 3: Senior Ball M. C. 4: All-Seltool Play, Cinderella 4: Assemblies 2, 3, 4: Debate 4. CHARLES F UNK "Chuck" Freshman Football l: Reserve Football 2: Varsity Football 3, 4: State Championship Game 3: Fresh- man Basketball 1: Reserve Basketball 2, 3: Intra- murfrl Baslcefball l, 4: F Club 3, 4: Home Room Oififer, Vzce President 2, 3, President 4: Student Store 4: Key Club 3, 4: Co-op 4. SANDRA GAFFANEY Hsandyn Office 3: Student Store 4: Square Dante Club 2: Co-op 4: Frosh-Soph Party 2: W'illis'on l-liqh School, Williston, North Dakota l. Guest Photo Art Shop Page 34 IUDITH ANN FERGUSON "Ferqy" Ski Club l, ll: Music Festivals l, 2, 3, 4: A Cap- pella Choir 2, 3, 4: All-State Choir 3, 4: Girls' CHO!! 1: A Cappella Choir Trips, Ht.-lena, Mon- tana .l, Eugene, Oregon 3: Tho Mikado 3: Anialil and rlro N.qht V:s1torS 2: The Messiah l, 2, 4: Babes in Toyland, Pririripal 4: Student Council 2, 4: Home Room Offirw-r, President l' Y-Toons 3: lunior Cross 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Semester Hiqh Honor Roll 3' Square llantie Club l, 2: Sen- ior Rtrll 4: lunror Prom 3: Youth Farr 3: Annual, Classes -1' Arrow, Adrzian 3: Bzble Club 3, 4: Frosh-Sopli Party 2: Senior Play 4: Baskstaae 3: Assf-rriblxv-.1 l, 3, 4: Appinokwis 4. HARLEY FINSTAD lritrmiiitrrrrl Basketball 3: C. A. P. 4: Del Norte Hzqii Swine-l, Dt-l Norte, Colorado l, 2. DEANN A FISHER Chan!-ers 4: Student Council 4: N. F. L. 4: Senior Ball 4: Bible Club 4: Backstage 4: Assemblies 4: Soxitlt Hiqli Sfhoal, Salt Lake C"y, Utah 1, 2, 3. SYLVIA FORDIK Madr.qal Cflzoir 4' Babes in Toyland 4: Twirlers 3. N4 iv- I , 1 1 ,,,1- gb x. L. BRUCE GOULET ""':::.ur:Q Vclmg' Bali 3: F1i::f'.'W WAYNE GRYDE 1 .,.GrYdo.,v 1 Pnisrxxxzrxzt fcztsjxl 1- Fr-js?.:::4 Im1"1:x1L11L:1 Vollwy Bfxll -4' I:.'z1 3, 4 UHF? Club .f, 3, -1' Sli: :--: Room Offmrer, 'www Pr 'K Ilmmr' Pmzxx 3' Fflwivl AW' 615,11-I MICHAEL GUEST "Mickey" Fr-QSHIILTIH F'WIE,:.1lQ If TYIIT.Q.:1Z1v Cxxplrxlu lf, 3, -17 fikl Club . If PEfP""'IIi'ifP1r'Ik 4- Yfmfh Fxzr VIZ'-1l1l'I,.w M' A Ex FUS- C1"I'Nx,I Xl. MARSHALL E. GUILE, III ..Mou Imr1r::'x:vxW Bgxsk--tlvfxll 3, -I Har: Pzmzxrivlzt f'4 P1cugm'tLo:1,1Is 3' M. I I X -'ww C1115 li' Sn-111A-1' Hull -1' l11:1:w1 lx 'X' xi A213 Kim- Club 1' Swxxwr PTM' -I X A .... -- Aw' - V A35 :1-1k'.v.:s 4. X N K Icxcobson's Marshall-Wells A Q.. 5.51 ,qw al IS. 1 . .1 Av' i Q 451.1 . 1 -0" ' 15131 IAMES HANSON ulirnu Iwgv ....,.. ,,1 V ., 1z,,1- 11,.., p,,,1 111 1, .1 1 .f,... 1 1 FRANKLIN E. HARBIN "Frank" I'112s11111',m EC1s1cQfbf111 17 1I'11I'IIIlLlI'I1 B'1s1c11'1tn11 4? 11'1:'.1 P70111 Cff1Q'fjf, Pr-11S.df1:.i 1, 11, '1, 4- F. F, F-1. 1, Q, 7, 4, Helmut: 1.ef1f1f1r5111g: Swhrtoi 3, Km1f11'1s Lf 'Q' F, 211521.31 Q311'.'e1111,:1 3, '1'11115'111-1 -1' 11111111 F1 1:1 Y- YU11111 F111 f., A 1 GLORIA M. HARSHBARGER 5f,.fE' 45 C0631 47 A215035 1'11f111 5:11661 1, Q., HAROLD HAVEN 1-I'.f1f2.1I, 1-' Tiff I' F1 "'1:1.111 131151114-'1:'11f 17 11.11 "rf Eizzskc' 7' A 'lf'1::-'I1'1 C11'1 11 1 13' . .212 g 1-1111 1 T1., 211111 011111111 Y' 1'!1f1'i11 1 1 'Q1if,1 1, 1. fl1I'ZI'? rw 'i, 4- II. M. P1 211' f 21:19 fffgii 1, KGEZ, Inc WILMA HAKE V Q '1Wil1ig" L . 1 1 1 11. 1 -111111-1,-111--- -1 GRACE MARIE HANES "Gracie" ,g 11 11: 9' 'U1' 11'1' 111-1111 -1 Q'11v1 1- A:'1:111: '111'-.1 -1, MARY ELIZABETH HANSEN 1111111115 1-r-5112111 1 '11 5 L11 11 1- 1111111141 1, C1l.1lI -1' T1ff'11J1f1:111l1Z11 1: 151111111 11 '1' 171.11111 11: Study H1111 1:21 3' YfTf-115 ., E-51-11110 1111111 M1115 1: b'I.1LJ1 15311 -Z' 111111 1 11' 111 " iX111111:1 111 3111111111 P1111 A351-1: KATHLEEN MARIE HANSES UKGY., 111.151 PY.5',1.',11:s , A. -111,1 L11.,.: ,, 3' A f1IQI1.1I 11' 11' ' 111 11.11, 1-.f1w11' :1.f1 ff, E11 151.-1, OI'R,TOfI 3' 111111117119 f, .1- I-111,111.1 '111d 111' 11511111 V ,1'. 111111 T11'1 1.1115511111 5111111 S110 5112i Fr.:--:1.1i-' 111'-fm 1 1 . 11 uid E1.1sf111,bfw Iliff: I, R 3' L17JI1l-. 11111111 Uif1'1-1, '1rt'11j.' 1, P1-1:11:51-1 1' 51111111 11111 114'1Qv'1 11- f3'11'111.! S111- 4- 11' 1X1I1" C' 1 Q' P111-1' Vvog -1 P11811-SO: 21 13 1111' 3 .Q fwf- naar! I il! 1' Eb' lsr' i R1 PHYLLIS MARLENE HERBKERSMAN "Phy1 Herb" Tttzmgoltne 37 Student Council 2, 3, 47 Home Room Othcer, Secretary 2, Vice President 37 1.1- hrary 37 Study Ha1l Helper 27 Y-Teens 2: Square llanve Club 17 Debate 3, 47 N. F. l... 47 Speech Trzp 3, 47 lnterscholasttc Meet 3, 4: F. l-I. A. 1: Senior Ball 47 Annual 47 Bowling Club President 37 Asserublles 4. MARLENE KAREN HOLAND uKarin 1.ila:' Ifrsttval 1, 2: Calqary Stampede 37 Music l-'esttvals 1, 37 Office 47 Study Hall Helper 47 F. T. A. 47 Twirlels 1, 2, 37 Assemblies 37 lunmr l7m.u 37 Youth lnllll' 1, 2, 3. BILL HOLOMBO 'l'r'::trsfe:rffd from Cleveland, Seattle 1, fi, 3. KAY HRABIK Student Stow 47 Co-ap 4 ul, .f ' ,Q ' ,er 1? 'X-"" S LAUREL HUMMEL "Lol1ie" Co-op 47 Student Store 4, ROBERT IVERSON ..Bob.. lntramural Basketball 4, F. F. A. 1, 3, 4, Re- porter 4, Kansas City Trip 37 Youth 1-'a.1 2, 3, 4. Dzstrtfrt F. F, A. Speaking Contest 4, ROGER DEAN IACOBSON "Scrooge" Intramural Volley Ball 2, 47 Intramural Basket- ball 3, 4: Golf Club 2, 3, 4' L1laC Festival 1, 2: Rose Festival 17 Calqary Stampede 27 Band 1, 2, 3, 47 Tom Toms. 2, 3, 47 Music Festival 3: Student Counrzl 1: Key Club F, 3, 47 French Club 2: Appinokwis 4, I ACQUALINE RAE IAMES "Iackie" Musirs Festzvals l, 2, 47 Gtrls' Choir l, 47 Mad' :iaal Choir 2, 3, 47 Chanters 37 Anxahl and the Niqht Visitors 2: H. M. S. Pmaiare 2: The Mes- siah l, 2, 4- Babes in Toyland 47 Student Coune url 17 Home Room Officer, Secretary 17 Study Hull Helper 37 Y-Teens 1, 27 French Club Z, 3: Square Pzrmro Club 1, 27 Assemblies 47 Great Falls Htqh Srhoal l. Kalispell Drug Page 37 i tw- Ku MARLENE M. IOHNSON Columbia Falls High Srhool l, 3. DORIS IONES Music Festivals 1, 3, 4: Girls' Choir l: Madriqal Choir 2, 3, 47 Chanters 37 The Mikado 37 Arnahl and the Night Visitors 2, 37 H. M. S, Pinafore 27 The Messiah l, 47 Babes in Toyland 47 Iunior Prom 37 Annual 47 Bible Club 1, 47 Bcrrkstaqe 4. IAMES KAIN H - H I1.m United States Marines ANITA KAIR "Mickie" Lilac Festzval 1, 27 Madrqal Choir 3, 47 Babes in Toyland 47 Twirlers 1, 37 Art Club 3, 47 Libby Hzqh School, Libby, Montana 3, Kalispell Lumber Co. x , , igwme, "1 .x . 5 A ,Q Y ,A if SHIRLEY ANN IENSEN Study llall Helper 47 Twirlers 37 Linvoln, Tacoma, Waslnnqton l, il. LAWRENCE I. IERROW .,Lar,, Model Airplane Club 1, Ci, 37 T 6 l Club 3, 47 L' A 'D 4 IANICE MAE IOHNSON nlanu Tumblers lp Lilac Fest.val l, 27 Calgary Stam- pede 37 Band l, Z, 37 Torn Toms 3: Music Fest- ival 3: Studcnt Counrxl 1, 2: Home Room Officer, Secretary 37 Office 37 Student Store 47 Square Dance Club 27 Cofop 47 Assemblies 3. DARLENE IOHNSON The lxlessifili l: Study Hall Helper 37 Student Store 4' Square llanre Club l7 F. H. A. l7 Co-og: 4. .urs .pn Vi ELDON KINNIBURGH "Never Win" 1 IU' Vc1151'y lt'w,tlaoll 3, 4: Stutf- Cl1f:111pio11sl1151 Game V72 7 3: V11s11y Basketball 3, 4: D1v1sio11r1l Tourno- ,ff f- , A 1:1f:1t 3, 4: F Clllll 3, 4: A Capps-llrx Cl1o.1 4: 4 lJl1'l11qx1L l:llOll 3: Tl1f- Mzkudo 3: l'ln:111e Room Ofkoi, V."-J Pres1dc11t 3. KENT KINNIBURGH ll!IllPfl 314111252 A11 P'o1'f'f'. DOROTHY KINSHELLA ,,Dot,. I..lg11- ll-5t1vf1l X, 12: Rfmzsrl Fostwixl lf Cfxlqfxry Stz11::f1Civ.A fl: All-S1310 Frmd 3: TO111 Toms 3, 4: li'1I.Cl l, lf, 3, 4: Crvlzc-stxu l, 2, 3: M11rs11' Foshvcrl l, .': fitrxll- S110 11116 l.ll1H'.'lIllUlF" MC-111 3, 4: D153- I: " 911: und 2:1254-:11bl1 lxfmgt 3, 4' StL1df111l Conn! 'il ff, T, bl, S-:-,'rfat'11y -2' Class S'-f'rrQi'11g' l: How' R I1:1. L'YUtf11',' l, -Z YfT-'Q-:gs ', 4: T-'-411 'l'c1'.-.'1. Rwgzv-11-11tc111v1 3' I1111,o1 Rod Cross 3, 4: 53151: Etzxv- Al?-1:.cta' 3: Semestar H1:gl1 Hertz! Rolf ., 4 l. ll. A. l' S1111f,1 E111 4: l11111w1 P10111 3: A1.::'1:l, C,:11111.1'1II1o1.:: 4: A11f':w 3: A:ssff1:1bl1os: 4' Pwr. 011m-11 3' A11 l':,1Jf- l'5J11rl 4: A513111- fuk:-:gr ',11.Il '111:l 5'1,l. 4. IIM KITTILSBY ,,Bagqer,. l:.11'1:',1:f'.1l V1,ll:y Boll 'i 4: Cl1',1:1.3'1.o11sl11p Team I1...f1::1111f1l E"1sE1Ltb':1l 7, 3, 4, S1q1?1s11::o:1 4: '73 J! 1'l1.1, .' l.1lCIf' lf--st1v11l l, f' Bonzl l, fl, 3, 4, lj1',II.Cl 5111111111-1' Tim Toms 2: Studrvm Counul 3: l-lo:11a-- R'o111 Ofhcfer, P1ws21der11 l, 7, Vzre Presb gif-1.: 'Z' KV-jf Club 2, 3, 4: Hockey Club 3: M. l. ll. A. Qi: l'11111r'l1 Club fl, 3: Auow 3, 4, Sports lhdlffll 4' Sgfmfs Scoop, l"loCl:o Program 4: Assem- Erlfs f' S'11r7Een! CoLm'il Mermber '11 LCIYYZQ 4: 1 1: 'llQ','.'lfS 4' Qugll rz11cl SfI3ll W, ,K f , f 1 is 1 - tis Y ,ff Q M A GEORGE KLISIS "Gorgeous" Home Room. Ofl::er, Vxcff Plrszdem ll, 4' 5f'1Q11:'-- Club 4: SCL'?'Z1fQ'9 Far 3, 4' Squaw D::11'-1 Club 3, -Q' F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Cl1f111'::,311 of F"31'1c1sE113 Cr11111111tt.'11, PI':111:11qs und Savings Cf'z11.:1:1ft' fl l, ff, 3, 4: YL:11tl1 F111 l, 3, 4' Ag:p111ol4'.'f1s 4. CAROL C. KOENIG A Cupgzvllcx Chou' 4' Nlrrdriqcl CEIGII 3' Th-1 M1kUdo 3' Thf- f!lGss1'1l1 4: F. H. A. l, fs, E, -1 SC-11101 Bull 4' l'1111o1 l31':1p 3: Yfxth l'1,r f A1:1111o1 4 ASS'DYT1lDll5'S J, 4: LS. A. .,: Plug' Day DONALD KOFORD lfllfjfilllfll Vfllfvy Brill l, If, 3, 4' l1Qf1f11111urcl E.1ske1fb:11l l, f, 3 4- F2161 111 Cf'111'1l -4' Hcnio H CII! CII "r, "tb-T113' Kg: ffgb fi 3, 4 Squxzr I 11:31 Cflzzb l, ,, F' C. ll. S. Sl'1EY'A'.P F3113 ls' lwl3C'F' :rtrC'11f1-"z'."':t.o:, lrxliud Empire S11-vis" F11 fro Pl'1v 111 Forts-'1'."1'1or1 3' A:- g111ck'.-.'1: -1. A PEARL KUNDA lj. A. A. l, 2, Pixy 155111 l, 3' Tr.1mg'ol:11-1 3, 13' ffvzsz' l'11::21',fc1I:: l, T, ii, 4' A C1113--Aflu Choir f 3, 4: All-Stow Choir 3: Girls' Chou' l: A Cog'- 2-'lli Cl!-Nll' T111 s, H1 loud, Mo1t!Cm'1 2, Euceno, Cf1f1o:1 " L'l1:111te21's 4' Alhiikl f:11:i Q10 Nlfllif X,ZS1'fIS ' Thr l.'lPss.1:E1 l, 1 ECIllI9'f? .11 Tcvlcrifi, lf1111f::1'f1l 4: 11111101 Rod Cross 3, 4: Squcze Dance Qlllllf f' F. T. A. ff, 3, 4' f11111or Prom: 3' Youth T111 f, F' A11:.v'.-.', Arirufm and F165 Ulf-if 4. Kalispell Merccmiile Co. Page 39 LAUREL LADD 1. .11 r1::'1vf1 11. 11 y .':::1: g M 1 1: it F l 1 l l l ' 'X 1 ' x l ti' 0- . 1 9 1 29" DONALD LANKTREE HDOHH A Vzgrwllz Vlmzx fl' M11Cl1if:11l Vlzoix 3, 4' Cl.1:1- MILDRED LARSEN ,,Mi1i,. 1 G. A. A, lA C': 5.1-Ftrs AllSt"1t- Clzmr 3' G.:l':' Cllr: l MJd11f1ul Clxou 'l' 'l'l1Q Mglcudfz 3 BEVERLY LARSON uBevu Y-T1-'-11:1 -1- ,'1r1.'vr Red Cwszfs CIoun'1l 47 Fvrxwz Bill 4' Ariuwml 4: CC-on 4' B1bl-1 Club 4' Bcxvk- ff "nw 51":1' lrkf llmlx S'l1of"l, Sgirif lmzlt.-, ldmlxo l, A ' R Y IDELL LARSON "Dell" " 1ggff'I:1 Qllzfur f., 3, 4, Gulrs' Cllolr lr A Cfzgv- g1.Q1 .fl1'11 T:.51s, l'lwl11r111, lwl::!1?c1u.1 QT, ljxlmarzf 'Htl' :1 I1 7' 'l'E.f :.lFS.1.'Il'1 f' Ctff-Tf:1'1 I-lr1lgf'1 l, f, 3, 47 F. H. A. 3, 4- A12 Club 4. PETE LARSON E'1e5l'.1:1'1zi Football lf Hess-rvff Foetbcll ly Vfufszfy Frv':th'1ll 2, 3, 4, 311119 Cjl1c11:1p1ons:l11g1 Gf1r1.11 3, lim-slimfin Eisketball l' RGS,-rve Bcxflkc-fb11il fl' '."fzrs11'y 'B'11skQtEgC1l1 2, 4' D1v.:11o::f.:l Tovzzzzfzzmxf 4: P Club 3, fl, Pxffssldf-nf 4, Kf-y Club Y, 3, 4' j .:.1k'.-:ls 3, lizys' SUM- S"'lI."1Sl-l El 'zh ?l":.f1: R011 4' F--:1 11 Efzll -Z: lxmgoz P1f':1: 'Z' l:'1c.:l1-r5og.l1 Putty l' LQVONNE LAUTARET "Vonnie" 'z E'f:ft,'."1Q l, Cfzlfycry Sfilllgfff-df' 2: Bcmcl , . ff 1- :1:.:fl: 'fI'.1l1 45 Fl. F. 4, CT. A. P. fl' Fi1?l1 'lllwlu l, 3, 4. MARLENE LAWS "Monty" A CH: 3 fvlif: C103 13' AllfSf'1tf- Clrfir 3' l'!l11d1'1- 1:1 -l?.u,: 'i' Tl., l'fl1::f:f:1 3 H, lil. S. l3.11f1lf,1- "' Tl1-- l.'fffs::1r1E: f.'f1ff-'f'1,11 llf-lg'1f'1 4, C. A. P. 4. Kalispell Service Company LAURA LENGSTORF lf'11rlfHul Wore 4- Fon fl' Biffork Hull Sf-hool, - - - f 1 ll f .I I Hlqfmk, lvlumesotu. ANNA LOU LITTLE "Lu1u" CL. A. A. l: CGIQIVIIIG Helper 3, Siudent Store 4: fivulfrxx- lion:-P Club 1, 2: Youth Fair l, 2, Co-op -1- All Club 3, 4: Frofslx-Scplx Party 2. ROGER C. LIVDAHL l:.fz1::.1z:1lE1f:Q:ff-tifxll ll-zzmf ROZIILOH1-wx, V. 'f- ll1":,.dfA:.' 3: PIOJT t.fgn.:si:s 1, 2, 3, 4, Vxur- Pros.- :J i, Ttfirlerit 4: Sffzzzsr Hull 4: lunpor Prom 3 Arn.-1lzl, F2.otf,uz5:l1f-: 4: Arrow 4: KIIIIII4-Ifl Vlull l, X, 3, 4, Vw-M PI'-1:.df-:xt 2, illxuzrmuu 4: Qjlllll fz:.fl Srloll 4. CAROLE LOGAN LZQQ. -'-Liu 3, 4: Iwflllfll-' Fl ::t.v::l 1: G.rls' Choir 1: I,-'llrri:.1g:1lLflTOi1 2: H. M. S. llmufore 2: The Messmlx I , IT Hcmfs Room Offzl-r-1, Sec-re-'tclzy 2: F. H. A. ""1T1:r1113 Rf,orts14 I' H A U1 l,.,rl,-,.41S:a" , -'v 9': . , url MUUIIIILI 1, 4, Stull- Convenilon 2: Senior P-:El 43 lunar Prom 3: Youth Fun l, 7, 3, 4- A:1:.1-rl 4: Azsmmrllwlzfs J, 3, .gr PDQ 4 1. Qmr GERALD LONGACRE -fi. 'C' HGen-Yu R:-sm-Jw Ihutbzll 3: IIIIIAIIIIVIIT1 liszfslz--thnll Al- Squurc- Ilan.--H Club fl' 'I' QS I Club 3 4, Sf'-r-1 tory PATRICIA ANNE LYONAIS "Suzie" Trcxmgwline 3: Muslc Festzvrrl 1: Gills Choi: l- Mudmml Clzfsrr, Seam'-'Hy f'- l'liir::'f-rs A::.1?,l fr-'d tlzf- flllxlzt V.:1z'c1s '- H, Ll. 5. El 1. :T 1' , The Mussuh l, ffzslr.-I Sol. .izicl lQz1:2c-::.l-If Meet Stucifg-:xt Ccurx-.l f-, H :gl RCHL Ct' --' Sub!!-'ily l, Q, P1-Sid-:.t I 1 ':"l'-- 11:2 lf 'I'o'.-In Rcyzc-Sswrxtztzve l- Pwr .fuk . A, Tx' rw:- Club 'i, 4- Squaw Drum-:H xl: l il 11 r R.-:ll funw- P1"-- T- Ar-'V'-' ' " -' ' L-.Y-N A I-I J .. IA .. lfwfl - 4 lumo: Prmuz Prmvess IACK MCCLARTY lfm :::.11r rl ll :ski tlwirll -Z ,glz I'--::t,'.' rl l, f- H usa-- .f.:t.vz, l- Uzlqlzry St 12:15 e-nil' Q- B-Jud l, 1, 3, 4' Tom Toms Y, 3, 4: fun.-v Baud ff, 3, 4: O11-ln-Stru 3? If4l1:2:l- I'-vstlvlls l, fl: llxsilrx.-T Fold cmd llrx- :sf-::.1plf Ulf--ft -1: Aix Fc: -0 Ruud ff- Se-:Tar Bull 4. LARRY MCCUBBINS '-.-'GrSxI',' Ps1Slutbcll, Nluzruqoz' 4: F Club 4- 'I'zl:::1, 'vllmf ff- Study Hall Holy-wr 4- Prmef-tlorilsts ll, 4- SL-.mmm-V Club Squaw Drzrzce- Club T- C. A. P. 4. Mercury Cleaners Page 41 is , A-1 CONNIE MEACHAM Q: 'l.1 51131 l' A Ciggf-llf: Choir 4- A Cxglgffflic 'lf211..: Trlg, lung:-111-, C11-1511 'jj Mf1cl1.1'g'1l Llllilf 2- Tlxfv Tl.-:'1'lf1 3' Stud'-1.1 C:Ju11:1l 3, 4' Home R' 1 fff -1, YQ" 231+-'1ii,:1', F'-"rf-t'11',' E: Olfre 1 I" 11- 4 I"-2 ffluzg 5, -'l' Sfrzfzlff l"11L Clul l, fly lu111o1 Prczu fi' Coby 4, Sk: Club 2. DONALD MERO ,.Don.. l'1QLsE1:..'1x lfcfbzll l' Rr.,-Serv-J FOC'lDf1ll l, 27 '1.'1r:1fy F'r',t:f:ll E, 47 Stiztrf ChCI11.g:.onsl11p flf.1111'f 3, All-Stfxtv T-'NI111 3, 47 Cf1111f'1111 Horwzuble l!lQ:1tior1 All-A!I1f:'1'l'.'L1I1 47 lireSl1111r111 Bfxslcotbfxll lp Res:-rvQ Ejskwfbizll 2' 'l'1'.1:k l, Q, 4' l1.irf1:11u1cl lg :fi-11 'null 3, 4p llHT'?'l'S"l.Gl 1511" M011 4: v-AJ'1f"S3fl1flQ 'T-.-' ::1 3: Pl Club ll, 3, 4: Gmlf Club 43 Sk1 Club 1, fl, 3' l.'l'1s.f: l:4F'ST1'J"1lS 1, 2, 3, 4p A Cappella Choir 4, fll1c1r f!l'1:1f1fgQ1' :nfl Vfe lJIUSldUY'!l 45 M1d- 1.1111 lillilll l, fl, 3: A111f1l1l cmd lbw Nlfjlll V1f:1!- cr' 7: ThQ T-',llkCId"I 3: H. M. S. P1nr1fore 2: The fl :Ez fl, -Z: 515118 111 Toylind, P11111 :l 41 ."11f:':t' 4:"!ZY. '1l l, Qi, '37 Class Prf-Slflnut 2: llcrufi- HU' '11 Cfflvbr l, 7, 3, 4: T0f?n Town Reytresentmxve l- 1T':.fif:1.' Slilffl 47 Square l7nn"O Club l, 2: .. ' Ezlf -1' fu11.O1' P10111 3' Ci-fu: 4- Yxfzcfzli- 52. Pirfy' f' Ezbksffxcgf- 3. GORDON MERO "Gord" 7'11.-l.r'.'::z I' ':tl,'1ll 1- Hffssfrvfw Football 2, 3, ln- "1z:.'::"' B'Zf'lTiA'l,'I.l fx Tumor Prim 3. TERRY MILANEY "W: ' C fi ',:l1l3'1I",' 1.. ..1.. ., . , A , Monicxna Saw Service Page 42 er H 19- FRANCES MAIN "Fran" L21:l:' CTE. -1: 3' U11d1.11Q Cho.: 4' .fX:'1':1.1 11:.ri tl.- fl -11.1 l.'1.1t.:::, 1' 5111111-1.1 K'.JllZL'1l l, ,- Stu ry ll.1.1 ll- Ip: l, Q, fi' Stud- 111 51619 47 Y-'l'-441:13 l, Q, if H111 11-1 l31111.'-V Club l, Lip Tx-.'11l-111: A: 31111.11 Bull -1' Lf. 4' K :1Il.1 Cl.1l Svixuts l, L" ll-1111' H 11111 0:2141 ' P, 4 ANNETTE MALSTROM l.fu:s1' F,f:s1.v:1l5 l, ff A Cz1g1g'P1ll1 llllfif f' Czlllfll Kfllllll l' A Cuglglwllzx llllfbll 'l'111, H4-l1y11'1, M'111tr11:r1 f'- lvl3d111.gz1l LjllOl1' 3, 43 The M1kf1clo 3- 'l'l1w1 MOS- ss.1l1 l, .li Eubwrs ZH 'llrmyluud 47 llgsztrwf S -lo 41116 lf11:14-::1l:lv f.l1-' Y'll-01159 .57 l'1ff11w'l1 Vlub f' Slguuxo D1:1.'1. Club lf' Se11.o1 Bull -2' fuuxcr plflill 3' A:'.:1'.x11 4' l"1fSl.F'ugl1 Pf11'y fl: ASS-f1:11Enl1'-5 4. PAYE MANAGHAN Square l7G11c'e1 Club fy P. H, A. ly Youth F1111 l, fl, 3, fl, Co-op fl. MARIORIE MAE MARSH "Mardie" l.1lf1I" PGst1v:1l l, 2: CfIff'lST 11 Heblpwr 37 Y-Tbmts ly rl-'.'.'lIlf'IlS l, '55 A5511 1:1bQ1r-s 3. ,WK wp- -Q8. 6- 514 O ROBERT MILLER .,Bob.. Frnshman Football l7 Reserve Football 27 Var- sity Football 3, 47 State Championslmp Game 37 F Club 3, 47 Lilac Festzval l, 27 Calgary Stampede 37 Band l, 2, 3, 47 Student Council 1. WENDY LEE MILLER Orahestra 1, 2, 37 Musir' Festivals 1, 47 A Cap- ps-lla Chair 47 The Messiah 47 Class Officer, Sec- retaryffroasurer 37 Student Council l, 3, 4: Home Room Offrror, President 2, 3, 47 Y-Teens l, 27 Ushers, Secretary 47 Pep Club 2, 3, 47 G.rls' Statrr 37 M. I. E, A. 47 Ourver, Socretary 47 Square Danna Club 27 Senior Ball 4: lunar Prom 3' Annual, Classes 47 Blble Club 3, 4, CI7L1II"ll 47 FIO5ll'SOiJll Party 27 Backstage 4: Assemblies 3, 47 Offife 37 Applnokwis 47 Quill and Scroll 4. SHEILA MARIE MITSCH Cafeteria Helper 2, 37 Student Store 47 Squarf- .ltrrwo Club 177 F. H. A. 3, 47 Youth l"'Zll l, fi 3, 47 Co-on 4. DIANE MOORE Sk. Club l, 2, 3, 47 lstlaf' Festival 1, 37 Calqary Sifrrrrpe-de 27 Band l, 2, 3, 47 Tom Toms 45 Musto Festivals l, 27 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 47 Spanish Club fi, 3, 4, Prf7s.de:1t 4' Square Dance Club l, 2, 3, 4, BX+-r'L1t:'.'e Council 47 F. H. A, l, District Convention l7 Sen.or Ball 47 Iumor Prom 37 An- nual, Orqfrntzatrons 47 Arrow, Raportar 2, 37 Kint- la Girl Sffouts l7 Bible Club 3, 47 FroshfSoph Party 2: C. A, P., Assistant Fliqbt Comznander 4' All-School Plays 47 Assemblies 3, 47 Spotltqht l'tc1':t1e 17 Horace Hmdt Show 27 Nraht in Vienna 37 ln Old New York 47 Appznol-cwis 47 Quill and Sr-roll 4. 1 -1 "f-'is GLORIA MOORE Music Fc-strval 27 Gloe Club 2, 37 Home Roorn Oftrser, Secretary 2, 37 Square Dance Club 27 Youth Fair 2, 37 Ronan Hgfrh School, Hanan, Montana l. CAROL IEAN MORTON Lilac Festival l, 27 Calgary Stampede 27 Band l, 3, 47 Tom Toms 2, 37 Gzrls' Daaco Band 1, 37 Orrhostra 2, 37 Musif' Festivals l, 47 A Cappella Choxr 4: All-State Chou 3, 4- Maaraaal Choir 2, 37 The Mikado 37 The Messzah l, 2, 47 Babes in Toyland 4: District Solo and Ensembl-' Meet 37 Y-Teens 3: Iunior Rnd Cross C 'urzczf 47 Square Dance Club 2: Senior Ball 4- lunar Pro'n 37 Annual, Vocal Musgw 4: Bible Club 3, -4' Babkstaav 47 Assemblies 2, 3, 47 In Old Nea-.' York 4. ROBERTA MOTICHKA nBertGn Madrzaal Choir 47 Babes in Toyland 47 Study Hall Hcilper 47 Square Fanfe Club 47 F. H. A. l, 2: Twrrlers 3, 4. FRED MUMBOWER Freshman Basketball l7 Intramural Basketball 3, 4' Musrr Festivals 3, 3, 47 A Cappella Cltmr QE, 3, 4: A Cappella Chmr Trips, Helena, Montana Eugenw, Oregon 37 Madrrqal Choir I: Chanters 7, 3, 47 'The Mzkado 37 Amahl and the Night Vrsttors 37 The Messiah l, 47 Baba:-s in Toyland 47 State Solo and Ensemble Meet 37 Home Raarn Officer 47 C, A. P, 47 Assemblzes 3, 4. Mountain Tractor Company Page 43 Q 'fix Y 1 .,, 99 W,-Aw --wr' , Q Iv "1 L, - A 2 C , IJ. '45 f, 1 IOHN NOVAK Hlack., T G l Club 3, -1 LORRAINE F. H. A. 1, 2, 4: Senior Ball 4, Iunzor Prozu 3, Yom O'BOYLE I -Vx Fair 3, 4, Annual 4, Betly Croclcei Harrie Makor Award 4, LARRY O'CONNELL Freslimfxu FOO! ball 1' lnlr'1r::ur'1l Bafikffibfx SCIEIICE Club 2, 3: Square Dance Club Z7 iIllEI' fS"'?'l!'JlIlSl1f' MN-I 77 F. F. A, 1, 2, 3, 4: Youth Fair l, 2, Y, -Z Arzfy,-1 3' Modol Airplane? Club l, 2, 3K fl. A. -1' Kansas Ciiy Trip 3: F, F. A. Spefech fifflf-FSI l, 2, 3. HAROLD OFTEDAHL "Iohnny" Freshrixm Fcallmxll 1' i"i'1I'IlF? Rnwrzi Oflwer, V1 Presidr-nt ly SVfVl'1l"'l Dania Club 2, Page 44 The O'Nei1 Printers MARY LOU MURRAY l.fu::1' V 3f1'.'1l5 l, ff, 3, fl' A Cfngle-lla C!w,i.1 f, -1 .i .-Stu:-J Qiiqi 3, 4, Gills Chou lp A Lfxxg- 5-'fllz . 251: Trzys, H--I-ana, Lffnrztana f., Eiiqurw, LJ:---:url fi- Tl1v'l.'i1k1fiJ 3' Tl1wM-Wsszlxll l, fly lilibmz xxx 'l': md, l'ri:iL:1gul Llp Slim- Solo and Ensvublr ll---' ., Weir." lc and Ensmuitlsn Nl.-1-2 Eituclr :V L'.,lL1:. 'il fl, lloxul- Rlmzu Offmvi, Sm-if-I iry .I, Vive- Pifisiflwut 1,35 Ollzcm- 37 Y-Teens 2, 3, luuior R--ci Ljwrss Council fl, lncxcll-ilsllxxp Traininq Cs-rite-1' YZ' Ag g uu-k'.-.'::: 3, 4' Quill Klllfi Scroll 3, 4: M, l. E. A. 3, -l' Scguare D :ucv Club l, if Senior Ball 4' liirx 1 Pruzz. 3' Aiiaw 3, -2, Edi!:,u-,n-Ciur-i 4, Hillll Vlui- l l, 3, -1, Off.-.-1 TERRY NAUMAN H-I-een Rf-sas-ivw Football 3, lrmaruuml Volley Ball 3: lutiuuuual Brizslcotball 4, Coll Club 2, 3, 4, Music' l'--fst.vf1l:: 3, -47 A C xgfgwlla Choir 4, All-Stale Choir 3, 11: F-ftxdrxq xl Chair 3' The Mikado 3: Babes in 'Yiyl 1 iii, Par: 'ig 32 -1' lN.st:1" Solo 'md Ensffrnlulo ld'-wi Q' Co' iv 47 Stuclvnt Slow 4, MARY NELSON Art Climb 45 P.iCDf1:1'll Hiqli, Cliiypf-'.'.'a Pills, V.is'o:1S1n l, 2, 3. CAROL NORDTOME A C ugwlla Chozr 4: All-Siam Chozr 37 Madriqal Ljhozi 3: Cafofelria Helper 2, 4: Student Stare 4, Yourh Fair l, 2, 3, 4. ai' 'hui X EVERETT RAYMOND O'I-IARE "Hare" Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Lilac Festival l, 2, 4, Calqary Stampede 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Tom Toms 2, 3, 4, Music Festivals 1, 2, Student Council, Pres- ident, Member at Large 4, Home Room Officer, President 1, 2, 3, Vice President 2, Secretary 1, Key Club 4, Appinokwis 3, 4, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, Boys' State 3, Hiqh School Week 4, M. I. E. A, 3, Science Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, N. F. L. 4, Senior Ball 4, Iunior Prom 3, Annual, Sports 4, Arrow, Sports Editor 3, 4, Model Airplane Club 1, Assemblies 4, Grand Prize Flathead Science Fair 3, Grand Prize Inland Empire Science Fair 3, National Science Fair 3, Sports Scoop Broadcast 4. WAYNE OLSON Hole.. Freshman Football 1, Reserve Football 3, lritraf mural Valley Ball 4, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Golf Club 2, 3, Home Room Officer, President 1. FRANCES MARIE OLSON "Frankie" Girls' Choir 1, Madriqal Choir 2, H. M. S. Pina- fore 2, The Messiah l, 2, District Solo and En- semble Moot 1, Square Dance Club 2, Youth Fair l, fl, 3, 4. HENRY OLSON "Hank" Freshman Football l, lntrarnural Volley Ball 1, 2, 3, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf Club 2, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, All-State Choir 3, 4, A Cappella Choir Trips, Helena, Montana 2, Eugene, Oregon 3, Madrigal Choir 1, The Messiah 1, 4, State Solo and Ensemble Meet 3, Student Coun- cil l, 2, Home Room Officer, President l, Student Store 4, Square Dance Club 1, 2, Co-op 4. fw' "'IT'1T? ' Spams-' MARIE OLENE OSTROOT Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Music Festivals 2, 3, 4, A Cap- pella Choir 2, 3, 4, All-State Choir 3, A Catf- pella Choir Trip, Euaene, Oregon 3, The Mes- siah l, 2, 4, Student Council, Member at large 3, Class Secretary 4, Home Room Officer, Secretary 3, 4, Office 3, Y-Teens 3, 4, Ushers 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Junior Red Cross 3, 4, Secretary 4, M. 1. E. A. 3, Square Dance Club 2: Senior Ball 4, Appinokwis 3, 4, Iunior Prom 3, Arrow 3, 4, Bible Club 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Itmior Class Marshal 3, Football Festival Ouecn 4, Assemblies 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Secretary 4: Girls' State 3. NEIL GORDON OVERBY Music Festivals 3, 4, A Cappella Clioir ff, 3, 4, AllfState Choir 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 'l'ri,i1s, Helena, Montana 2, Eugene, Oregon 3: Chantcrs 7, 3, The Messiah 2, 4, The Mikado 3, Artialtl and the Niaht Visitors 3, Babes in Toyland 4, State Solo and Ensemble Moet 3, 4, Distric! Sclo and Ensemble Meet 2, 3, 4, Home Rooni Offzcer, President 3, Annual, Vocal Music 4, Bzlzle Club 4, President 4: Agipirinkwm 4: F. T. A. 4. DONALD PARKER A Cappella Choir 4. ROBERT PASSEY "Bob" Golf Club 2, Band 3, Model Airplane Club 2, Bible Club l, 2. I. Neils Lumber Company. Libby. Montana Page 45 A 1 ffsasf 45 ai' 'bv' x ,. -- X x X MELVIN PETERSON "Mel" : Pwr' :ll l H-'fr-I'.'fS 3, lmrsttxurcxl Vfnllwy Bill fi, Pxflar :.l '5 -1 '.f'1s1' Ff'Sf1'J"1lS 3, 4' All-Stew "l, :, 1' T11 x glxl flzm: 3, 4, Prvss. -1, Ml: xdo lp .-11: .,f 1.1 .l giit SHOES 3' Edina .rl Tfvylizizl, P:1..'1: rl 1 Ficib-:mr i'iL1:t':l fl, 3, 4, V. Prvfi. 4: Ei! :z-- R fn::. Uff PI'-1S1tifmf I, 3, 4, V1 ,fi Prffsz- Ci--:.' T' - :L 'l'rn'.-.':p RP.-gmisf-:1f'1t.'J6 4, P1 :lf-ct.f,m1:11:r 3' fi1:.xwr I-lid KQICF5' 3: Pep Club 3, 4, Pmsidwnt 4: Eoys Ptzv- 13.l'f"fI1i1fC 3- N. F. l,. 4' Sf:-mor B-'Ill 4, f111.1:1: Pzfvz. T: Alllllliil, Sports 4, Cf, A. P., Asslst- :uf L"zLlf,t Qfzmxzgurzflor 4, lurmzm Clfzfss lflmslmcll 3, All-S 'lmgl Plrxys 3, 4, Semor Plfxy 4, Brxflcstdqe 4, Asiisc-r:xl:l1fS 3, 4, MARILYN PETERSON fl. A. A. l- Gulf Lflvxb 2, Sk. Club l, 3, 4, Ivlusiv Fr-1'f,v'xl? 1 3, 4, A Cxpgmllz Climr 2, 3, 4: Al'- S:':lfA fllmir 3, 4, A Ccpgiellcl Clxmr Trxgus 2, 3, f.'l:'.ir:l1'r. 'll.'1.! l' Clvxmrfrs 3' Az:.'.1l1l find fha Hel" Vzstfnzis fl, The Mesfsmxlx l, IZ, 4: Bfzbvs ::. Tiylzxfl Llrjcms' 4' State Sola and Erzseznlisv ffl--fn l, 1, flzfstzxft' l, 2, 3- Stvxcipnt Courwzl l, 2, 3' Pl. P, I 'ity' l, V. Pzefi. 3, PICS. 4, Y-Tw,-ns l, ., ', lffll IS 1, 2, 3, 4, V. P. 4, lumox Red Cross ' :ui ,l 3, 4, Trefzsute-r 3: Pegs Club 4, A5 pxnok- .: 1, 4' Qwlll md ffioll 3, 4: lil. l, E. A. 3: 4r.1fJ: Hill 4' ILIULCYI' Prom 3: Allllllfll 45 Arrou-1 , 4, lzusufsis lVlGr1cqf?r 4, Kmtlu Girl Scouts l, Ei lzlf- filmiw 7 4, Frosh-Soplm Pfxrty IZ, Senior Play 4- !'.:':v-::.Eflf:' l, f, 3, 4, Orfln.-Slrfr 3. MARLEEN PRYOR "ll:l:' I' 4 flzfa-211111 Helgwr 3, lumfvr Rod QI: was .zrrzl 1, 4' lntorscholcstxc Meet 3, Blhle Llf.l, , .fi llllzi A"'Z'l4EI!lY l, ALAN E. RAINWATER "Rcmie" Vfzzsify' F'nfb':1l 4 Tr'z'.'l: 4- A Cf1gVQll'.x Chou 4- Efxlpr :: .rg 'l'f,7l mm, pT.Il'lj"'ll 4: Tllf Tflfsmrxll 4: Tw: 1. v- High Sffmul, 14,5 A.rxqfl'-S, Cfzlllornifl 1, .., Woodward's Page 46 IOYCE PAULI x ,, I. . .nz -1 .l1- . 'rxzlc Q, J me Room Offl-'N ,L ' - Om, , 'c- .. . LARRY PEEBLER F. F. A. 1, Y, 3, 4. ALLAN PETERSON "Pete" lV'l'lCl0'l Azxy lwrw Club 1: T 6 l Cflulv, PI-iS1Clf' Q C. A, P. 4, DONALD PETERSON "Pete" Stpxdo-:xi Svwrc: 4: CO-051 4, Bxble Club 1, 2, 3 RAY RASMUSSEN "Moose" Wrestling Team 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, A Cap- pella Choir Trip, Eugene, Oregon 3, Madrigal Chou' 2, 3, Chanters 3, The Mikado 3, Amahl and the Night Visitors 3, H. M. S. Pinalore 2, The Messiah 2, 4, Babes in Toyland 4, State Solo and Ensemble Meet 3, Model Airplane Club 1, 2. CLAUDIA RAWSON G. A. A. l, Play Day l, Ski Club l, 2, 3, Lilac Festival l, 2, Calgary Stampede 2, All-State Band 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Tom Toms 3, Music Festivals 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 4, Madrigal Choir 2, 3, The Mikado 3, Amahl and the Night Visitors 2, 3, The Messiah l, 2, 4, Babes in Toyland, Principal 4, State Solo and Ensemble Meet 2, 3, District Solo and Ensemble Meet 3, Student Council 1, Home Room Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Ushers 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, President 4, Junior Rod Cross Council 3, Pep Club 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Secretary 3, N. F. L. 2, 3, 4, Senior Ball 4: lunior Prom 3, Annual, Associate Editor 4, Kintla Girl Scouts l: Bible Club 2, 3, 4, Frosh-Sorzh Party 2, First Place, Local Elks Leadership Contest 4, Sec' ond Place, "I Speak for Democracy" Contest 2: Sc-nzcr Play 4, Aipirxokwis 3, 4, Semester High Honor Roll 2, 4, Ouill and Scroll 4, Orchestra 3. IOHN REIMER Lila: Festival l, 2, Band l, 2, 3, Science Club 3, 4, C, A. P. 4, lnland Empire Science Fair 2, 3, CARLEEN I. REYNOLDS Madriqal Choir 3, Chanters 4, Poinf Loma High School, San Diego California 1, 2, Mission Bay Hrqh School, San Diego, California 2, 3. is '11 n ' 4? ' tial-QLEL' 'f ELLA MAE RHODES Music Festlval 2, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, All-State Choir 3, 4, Girls' Choir 2, A Cappella Choir Trips, Helena, Montana 2, Eugene, Oregon 3, Madrigal Choir 2, The Mikado 3, The Messiah 2, Cafeteria Zeligerlll, 2, 3, 4, Student Store 4, Co-op 4, C. PATRICIA ANN RICE spat.. Night in Vienna 3, Madriqal Choir 3- The Mikado 3, Home Room Officer, Secretary 3- Semor Ball 4, Bible Club l, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: Apprnokwis 4. DONNA LEE RICHARDS Library Helper 2, Office Helper 3, Student Store 4, Annual, Business 4, Co-op 4, Bible Club l, 2, Backstage 4, Assemblies 3. RONALD RICHARDS nRonn Freshman Football 1, Tumblers 3, F. F. A. l, 2, 3: Youth Fair 1, 3. Pacific Power G Light Co. Page 47 'QS fw- 'TIT RAND ROBBIN Sludvrzt Couxngxl I, ff, 4, Vit-9 Presdfrxt 4: Class Prnszden' l' I-I'::.ff Ruorzz Offinir, Pzosdfrit I, f, 3, VVQ Pr'-fixfiwxi 4' F53 Club 3, 4, Vp'-g P1--S14 cient 4: Enys' Sims? AllEffL'XTE 3' F. lf. A. I, f', 3, 4, Pxoszdf-rit 4:Sffr1xvr Bfzll 4: limzfir Prfrzx 2' Afrox-. 4' Art Club 4, Vi"-W P:-1f:.fi- :nt -1 F. I' A. K ::xs'zs Cty Trzg, 3: Stine F. F. A. CI :rzuv-:1'1"l:1 3, Dlstrht F. F. A, 3, 4: Studmit SUE'-ty C9w1r.'.l 3' Asserxlblulfs Ti, 4. DAN ROVIG Frnslizxxcn Foothill I: R'iS"?I'l"T P',f,tEv'xlI Vrxr- s1ty Fccfbfxll 4: l:1'1':muf'1l Edsk--tltxll l, Iv'V'ZE'SfIlI'lQ Tffirtt 4: F Club 4' HQKILV Hiott: Off "fr, V1"c2 Prfslrlonf Prvfsgdprrf 4: Kwy Cflub 4: 'l'+'-on 'I"UWn I'7'lepr1,-:sc3rxt1111vfr 4' Boyfs' Stutlr Altmwxt-f 3' M. I. E. A, 3, 4: Sf'1C'II'9 Club 3, 4' Swmor Bull 47 luzucr Prem 3: Arirxufxl, Asslsfmif Pl1nto'grf1gEl-'Gr 4' Arrow 4: Cfxmexu Club 1, fi, 3, Vw- PIf3SIClUIll I, 2: Navy "Buddy Cruxseu 3: Flfxllwrzd County SC:f"nf'o I7r1.r 3, 4: lnlfmd Enzpzrcx Swwrurfr F'I1I 3' lflonfirxq Sfxffnfif- FVIIY 4' Agg,1r:'ak'.-11:1 4' Qv1.l imd Scroll 4. BRUCE RUBY "Rube" Fir-S?1::f1:: Fffitlvxll l: Resnrvv Fooflx-:ll ll: Vf1r:11W Llfxrligei 3, 4' Burzfcetbcll, Reservw I-Afxnrxcgelr 3' D:vi5.onf:l 'll'7l.llIIGZIIl"I'Il I: II"AI1"IIULII'f1l Buskwtbrill 4: lf Club 3, 4: l,:l:1f'F1-fsllvrll 1, 27 Ccllqfuy Strxxuyw-rle Z: Bend I, ZZ, 4: Home Room Ofhcor, VJCQ PrffS1r'lf-2' f' MAXINE RUGGLES l,1:1r'117 'i, 4: f9l1'iIlrLf Store 4' Squfzrf lJ'::x'-X ffluh l, fi, 'Z' f'w,g 4: liflifilflijf' fi: A:1::ff::.l:l1:l:: 'i. People's Mercantile, E. L. Slifer Page 48 DAWN RICHARDSON CS. A. A. lf Fturlr-111 F"-1-1 IEAN RICHARDSON "Iecmni" .fx 114 .lx .xt , Off 'fl 3' Study llfxll Hs-Qger I' Studwrxt Sforw -'l: K I1 ll 1 "x u l Co l, 4 CARLEY RIDENOUR C. A. A. I: lN4f1d1':rqc1l Cllolr 3: The Mlkudo 3: S15 xt Four ll 1 Vlnx Gif lx 1 r 4 ft. :Hz , 1' -- , far: lv- , T -wsu M' : Sfixdy Hull ll- lg Hr If, 4: Y-Teens LZ, 47 ILIILOIK Held C1035 4' F. I-I. A. 3, 4, Rvpicrtpr 3: Somol Brill 4: llllllfbl' P::,::1 3 Ywulh IYVIII' Q, 3: Armufxl 4: Arxow R 4 IJ..A.wt..,-e 4' A175071 91.0151 4, Bxblv- Club 1, ff, 3, 4, Setrefuly Txmxsf . , . Y V Q 4 Dl.+?S PATRICIA ROATCH npatu Student Store 4: F. H. A. 1: Co-op 4. ,115 9,1 ' ...yu-W .. ,fl J -aw'-'Fx JY". SJ., . ' fum. 5 1 -4- -1 "'f..l' 4' --X Til' WALLACE R. RUNDHAUG "Wally" Intramural Volloy Ball 2, 3, 47 Intramural Basket- ball 2, 3, 47 Golf Club 2, 3, 47 Student Stare 47 Proyectionists 2, 37 Science Club 37 Square Dance Club l7 Arrow, Adman 47 CO-ap 4. KAREN MARIE RYDBERG Music Festival l7 Girls' Choir 17 Madrigal Choir 2, 3, Secretary 2, Presldent 37 The Mikado 37 H. M. S. Pinafore 27 The Messiah l, 2, 47 Class Officer, Secretary-Treasurer 27 Home Room Officer, Serra-tary l, 2, 47 YYTeens 1, 2, 37 Ushers l, 2, 3, 4, Vlrrr President 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Square Dance Club l7 "A" Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, C0-Cheer Ouec-n 4, Annual 47 Freshman-Soriliarnore P'11ty 27 lunzor Prcun Princess 37 Football Festivwl Queen 3' Assemblies l, 2, 3, 47 Senior Ball 47 Appiri- okwis 4. IACK F. SANDERS mrigeru l:.t1':r':ui'1l Basil'-tlwrll 3, 4' Vtlrestlinq Tr-ani 3, 4: F Club 47 Tumblers 2, 3, 41 A Cappella Cliarr 2, 3, 4' A C::7::,eEla Cnozr Trip, Eurqerzc- Ort-:jon 37 l.l:xCi11'g:'r1 tfliwzr l7 The lflesszali l: Babes :ri Tay- land, Principal 47 Horne Room Vice President 4' Pranfxaritasts 3' Senzor Play 47 Ag,,tznakw:s 4. MURIEL SAVAGE G. A. A. l, 2, 3, Vice President 37 Play Day l, 3' Tl'C1lIll5Olll'lf' 37 Tumblers 37 Lilac Festival l, 27 Calgary Stfirnpede 27 Tarn Toms 3, 47 Musif Fest- ivals l, 27 Student Store 47 Square Dance Club l, 27 Twulers l, 3, 47 Senior Ball 4: lunior Prom 37 Youfn Fai: l, 27 CO-op 47 Ar? Club 2, 3, 47 Assemblies 2. ,M,3'w QMNW5' "f fy, , fi. f I l la, 'Fw KJ! TX I 5 3. 3 - 1 3,019.4 -7 ' ,535 , r ,L X A ,' I 4 vp' xl. ' I ., . S Q , EVERETT LEE SAWYER ..Ev,, Intramural Valley Ball 17 lntramural Basketball l, 2, 37 Muszcf Festivals l, 2, 3, 47 A Cappella Choir 27 A Cappella Chair Trip, Helena, Montana Z7 Madriqal Choir 1, 3, 47 Chcmters 47 The Muk- avlo 37 Amahl and the Nzaht Vtsitors 2, 37 The Messiah l, 2, 47 Pep Club 3, 47 Square Danre gluxgb l, 37 "A" Cheerleader 37 Tumblers l, , , 4. IOAN SCHROEDER Student Stare 47 Co-op 4. ION SCHUMACHER Reserve Football 4: 'Varsity Football 47 Intramural Valley Ball Q, 37 lnttaniuzal Basketball 2, 3, 4. KAY SHOBERG Sk: Club l, 3, 47 Home Room Officer, Secretary- QFYOFXSLIZWI Q' Stfzrlerzt Stare 47 Y-Teens l7 Square ft .Dance Club l, 1.7 F. H. A, l: CO-op 3, 47 Bible Club l. Smitty's Triple X Page 49 J 1 IQQ fu- I" f Z' I 5 4,0 .ty , ,gp EVERIT A. SLITER HEVY.. Freshman Paintball l- Track lf lritrarnural Basket- ball 2, 4: State Solo and Ensemble Meet 3, 4: D-stru-t Sala and Ensemble Mr-et 3, 4- Student COUI1f'1l 3: Home Room Ottif-er l, 3, 4: Tr--en Town Representative lg Pep Club 3, 4: Annual, Sports Staff 4: Fresh-Soph Party 2: Senior Play 4: Bac-kstaqe, Stage Manager 4. CLIFFORD EDWARD SPRING "Eddie" Ski Club 1, 2, 3: Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4: All-State Orrhestra 3: Musif- Festivals 1, 2, 3: Distric-Q Sala and Ensemble Mez-t 2: Home Room Officer, Vim- Pre-S.dent 3: French Club 21 Square Dante Club l, 3: Model Airplane Club 1, 2: Bible Club l, 2. WILLIAM SPURZEM ,.Biu,, lntranzural Basketball 4: Student Store 4: T 6. I Club 3, 4: Square Dance Club 2. ROBERT STAHLBERG ,.Bob,, T cSlClub 3, 4. Kelly Furniture Page 50 ff in SID SHRAUGER th-ll Club Q l,lltI4' Fest-val l, Pl: Caltitiry Slfiriipcwclf- 'P .l BL'-it 1, . 3- Tazu Toms ., 3- I,7f1nt-r- Band l, . 3- C: -E--fstzz f, 3- l.'l1:S1-' l'eSti'.'rlS l fx- Sire Zr . ::.-: l.:x::' ::,:'-le M-ft l, i:::':,'t Shiv inafl lllll9I'Illl7.-- ffl:---I 3: Swirl'-tif Cixirwil 3- Clara: t'f'.-er, l'!f-5 -1--nt 3- ll mv- Rcarzi tntti -f r, Pre:- zi-rit lf 3- K--y Cl-:lv fl, 3, 4, V. -4- President 3, Pi--stdrnzt -3, ll--le--qatv ta lnternatitznril Voriventxari ll- tif- ', Mi -lu-1-in 3- Ar-3 :nf-kwie, V. 'P llrll-sicit'-n' l -1- '5- ::,-:1tf-- llali ll -ri-I H-ll l, .', Il, -1- 'ebwfr 4 ' F' ' , Fl:--sri--:.' 4 1-7--rizar llzll 4' lutii-1 l': ,w-3: 3 f'lr1:1': il fl' lille Club 3, 4, Lfattriril 4, V, ll:--S. -1- E'---cl, Fw: li Party fl Assemble-S l, 3, 3, 4- 54161161 l"l'i-H 'i S:-Nik fn: lfenirt.-i ivy- 4- TIa'l lvl- izt F -W-fulfil:-lit 4- Hcirl rw Broad -afws 4. BARBARA ARMINTA SHRYOCK "Mints" ffl-.ifsr l'--::t.viil:s 1, f, 4- H91-ls' Chair, S01--retfity l' Marlzzfz :l Vha-r, V1 -1- Prf-:ardent l, 4' The Mik- fwli, A---azrg ::1.:ft G. A. A. l, lf- 'l'tani:'aline 3: ll -ro--1: it let- The Mikado, H. M. S, Pinatare, The Nesstfiti Fibf-5 in Tavlana- State Solo and En- :-- :nble Mret l, 3, 4- fF1Stii" 3, 4- Student Coun- I l Q, -'l ll. R. Se--. 3 -2 lr Red f':.wss 3, 4- Pr-ig I'-nb 3, 'l':f-1114. 4- Aypii.ul:'.-:ts 3, 4: Girls' ST :te Altwinatw 3- Iunzor Pifwru 3: Youth Fair l, 3, 3, 4- Annurl, Artist, CDlkQIl'l1ZCIfOllf4 4- Bible Cl 'b l, 2, 3,4801-. ll, 3, Pres. 4' Art Club fl, 3, 4, Ser 3: lfilule VE-:lv lirxna, Qur-en 3: lunior Cjlwss Marshal f-- l?'1'L21l'l1"-1' Asflf-rzililz-S53 l, 4- Quzfl 6 S'-rcll 4. IAMES SLACK HI m I l'if-Sli:-i-:rx l'-rotlwall l' Rf--far-:ve l7'wtb'1ll 3- Var- fszty Fa'-tbrzlf 4: Frc-Shrnfin Basketball l: Reserve l-Basketball 3' lntrarnuzfxl Valley Ball l, 2- ln':a- rvrzrizl F-iekf--'twill 4- F Club 4: Siufi',' l-lfill Helper f'- T f'--cl l "l--5 3 4 IOHN C. SLACK 1 .... 4, ... I-, . "Iohnnie" Fteshzztan Foatball l: Reserve Foatball 2: Var- fzfy Ftiztbtll 3, 4- State Ch unpionshig: Game 3- l'r--:shrzian Basketball l- Reserve Basketball 7: Vfirs-ty Basketball 3, 4- Divisional Tournament 3: F Club 3, 4: Home Room Officer, President l, Vzee President T 8 l Club 3, 4: Trai-lc l, 2: liiiraniural Basketball 4. y- ,i I OHN STEIN ulackieu Intramural Basketball 4. IOHN STRUBLE "Long Iohn" Intramural Volley Ball 1: Intramural Basketball 2: A Cappella Choir 4: All-State Choir 3: Madriqal Choir l, 2, 3: The Mikado 2: H. M. S. Pinafore 2, Babes rn Toyland 4: CO-Op 4: T QS I Club 3, 4. PHYLLIS SULLIVAN nphyl., Home Room Officer, Secretary l, 4, Vice President 3, President 2: Study Hall Helper 3: Student Store 4: Y-Teens l, 2, 3: Square Dance Club 1: F. H. A, l: Senior Ball 4: Iunzor Prom 3: Backstage 3: Assemblies l, 3. DON SUTHERLAND Fieslimfin Football l: Reserve Football 2: Varsity Football 3, 4: State Championship Game 3: Fresh- man Basketball l: Reserve Basketball 2: Varsity Basketball 3, 4: Divisional Tournament 3, 4: Track l, 2, 3, 4: Interscholastic Meet 3, 4: F Club 2, 3, 4, Serretary-Treasurer 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Class Offirer, Vice President 2, 4: Home Room Officer, l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President, President: Senior Ball 4: lunior Prom 3: Frosh-Soph Party 2. E- 1 ?' 'wifi' CLIFFORD SWALLOW F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Historian 4. WESLEY SWALLOW F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Green Hand Degree, Chapter Farmer Degree. IOHN TAYLOR "Hook" Freshman Football l: Reserve FoctbaIl 3: Varsity Football 4: Intramural Volley Ball 2: Tntrarnural Basketball 3, 4 Tumblers, Squad Leader 2, 3, 11: F. F, A. l, 2, 3, 4: Camera Club 2, 3. RONALD THIBERT ,.Ron,. Freshman Basketball l: Intramural Volley Ball 4: Intramural Basketball 4: Vtlrestlzna Team 4: Stu- dent Council l: Home Room Officer, Vire Presi- dent l, 2: Projecttorusts 3: Square Dance Club 1: F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4: Youth Fair l, 2, 3, 4: Equity Award, Youth Fair 4: Kansas Cpty Trip 3. Snappy Servisenter Page Sl .ff 'F 'inf' 1. ,RQ "DEX ? fT1lQ K IACQUELINE TUNNICLIFF nl-acqueu Tvluszt Festzval l, 27 Girls' Choir ly Madriqal Choir IZ, H, M. S. Pinatoro 2: The Messiah l, 2: Distrxirt Solo and Ensemble ltlee' 2, 3: Library 3: Student Store 4: Co-op 4: Bowling League 3, RONALD TURNACLIFF unonn Home Room Officer, Vice President 3, 4, Presi- dent 1: Student Store 4: Co-op 4. CALVIN TUSCHER ln'r'1rnufal Easkefball 2, 3. SIMON TVEDTEN "Tweety" T 6 l Club Y, 4 Taylor 6 Roe Clothing Pnan 52 PATRICK BYRON THOMPSON upat., Home Roozn Oifmer, Vice- President 2, 31 F. F. A. l, S, 3, 4: Youtli Fin' l, ll, fl, 4: C. A. P. SL1m't'y O't'oe' -1 ROXANNE THOMPSON "Roxie" Teen Trxwn Regzrosvritativn l: F. H. A. l. ROSALIE ANN TOLLEFSON "Pete" lkllLlSlL' Festivals l, 3, 4: A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Soczetuiy 4: Girls' Choir 1: A Cappella Choir Trip, Eugene, Oregon 3: Madriqal Chozr 2: ll. M. S. Pin-xtoro 2: The lvlf'-SSl'lll 1, 2, 4: Babes in Toyland 4' Student Counril, Treasurer 4: Home Room Otffer, Secretary 2, 3: lunzor Prorn.3: Student Store 4: Y-Teens 3: Pep Club 4. LLOYD TRACHT Student Council 45 Home Room Officer, Vice Pres- ident 3: Key Club 3, 4: Proyortionists 3, 4: Senior Ball 4' lunzor Proin 3: Annual 4: Bible Club 3, 4: Burl-tsmqe, Stage Manager 4: Pep Club 4. BRUCE TYNDALL i'1!1t1:.r1 1-If-13101 45 11111lfJ1L 1310111 3: 11153 V"'J'f5 11.1111 5c'11oq11, 1.'1s Vuqus, Nevada 2, CHARLOTTE UELAND 1.11:1'c11y 3: Studenf Sffnf- 4: Y-Tor-11S 1, 7: f:O'O1 4. SHARON VICK "Dee Dee" ::: 111' 7- 93:1 "1'.:' 1, Y- f1lY1ll' -2111.1 1' 1.1'::f'1' :Q 1 15 11.-1 R' 111. ,ff V-1, S-i -rf:2:1',"1'1fuL5 1'-' 1 f' Yf'1'-'PLS 1, 7, 31111116 Dfxnfv' C1116 1- . : F:1' 41 : f::. '-- A1111-1-11 -9- E111- f'11 1, . 2, 4g Ziff-N 3' A111 1r1Qk'.'f::s 4. GARY WAGENER UGGIH 1'11 21.11 111 E':izf:e11wf111 1: 1105"-1vQ Br1s1fQt1'J-111 3: '1'1: fi 1, ,iq l:1tr.11z.111'11 Vf11f-y BH11 4: 1:1t1'1111111'11 1111:-1:-11--112 4- 1541111-5: ,11 '1'wZ!1'111F1 41 Studr-111 Coun- -1Q 1-1'v::3e RCOI11 U111:-.--1, P1"ES1dQ111 4, Vg-ee 71- 5-:fir-rr' 1, 3- 1-f--y C'.v11a 7, 4p TC-C111 TUV-'11 Rip, 11' 1- 1111191 11: ::, 5. 'eff-3 I i Q . 'Flo 11.1. fi my Ang.. I+,- gg. OH' '!""' v-.V wg' 'S' -sr WAYNE WAGNER ,141 Student S1010 47 Arrow, Adzrmn 47 Cofop 4, B211- mqs 1-111311 Sl'11CO1, B111:1:qs, Mo111u11:1, LYLE WATERS Mcdrzqol Choir 2, 35 A C11111--11,1 Choir 4 KAREN WEED G, A. A. 1: Ski Club 1, TT, fi- 1.11f,1v FPS! v:11 1, T. 4, Cukgury Siurnpede 2: A11-S1310 Band 3- Band 1, 2, 3, 4, SfH:'1flt'1ry-T10-:s111' T -1: TTIYI TO:11:z f, 4, SH--1.tf11y'1'r"r1su1r11 45 G.11::' 1H111cD 1311161 1, 2, 31 O1"119St1G T, 3- M1152 P--f:f1'.f:1Is 1, 92111-1 S0151 :111f1 1f:1sf 1111119 ffhmft T: 11lS1I1F1 SOM mid Ezlsmzzbff- 1v'1f-01 Sflldixllf 5,1111-11 Sslvtxfwfiry 4' Horuf- Rvwm Offver, V1"'0 1,19-i9.C1e-111 3- 012.21 3- Y-TfHf'11S 1, 3, 9mf'1e11'111t 11 A111151 7: 111111 -1 11111 Ciyoss 35 Quxvm 3, 4, V1-v P1ff:11c'1w111 43 Sq11.11v 17:T1:1f'f- C1115 1, ff: 311111111 134111 47 Iuuimr 1110111 A1111'11f, 1:1:zt111:1w11t-11 -1: A110-.-.' T, 3, 4. 1111-If CT1ub F, 3, 47 1'rcS11'Sca1-11 Przxty f'- A11 131- Einfi 4- A3g'm'11:'.-.':s 4- 011111 mid F1-11111 4 ARCHIE WEIGUM "Itch" Wrestlmq 4. Tobias Portraii Studio Pnqn 53 LUANN WESTERHAUS Ski Club l, 2, 3: Lzlac Festtval l, 2: All-State Band 3: Hand l, 2, 3' Gxrls' Danse Band 3: Or- chestra 3: l-.flustc Fostxval l' State Solo and En- semble fleet 2, 3, 4: fD1str1"t Solo and Ertsefrzble ble-ft 3: Sfudent Counvxl fl: Home Room Oflzcer, Secretary 3: Y-Teens 2, 3: Iunxor Red Cross 3: Appinolcr.-:is 3, 4: Semester Hzqh Honor Rell ff, 3' Sfgu'1re Dania Club l: N. F. l.. 2: Senor Ball 4: Annual, Edttor 4: Arrow, Henorter 3: Bzble Club 3, 4: Fresh-Soph Party 2:: All-School Play 3: Assemblies 4: I Speak for Democracy 2: M. l. E, A. 4: Qutll and Scroll 4, SCOTT WESTPHAL "Scoot" Varsrty Football 4: lnterscltolastv' Meet l, 3, 4: T 6- l Club 3, 4: Gardena Hzqlt, Calttornxa and lffeeteetse High, Vlfyommq 1, 2. ARTHUR LEROY WHITE, Ir kstaq 4 luntor P om YVONNE A. WHITE "Vonnie' Student Store 4: Square Dance Clit , 2: - op. 4. Torbert's Page 54 IANET KAY WELLER filet.. Golf Club 2, 3, 4: Music Festivals 3, 4: A Cap- gell: k,'l1.J1: 3, 4' A C xygnolla L:l.OII Tru., Eugene Cttwjozr 3: Tire lsllkaclo 3: Aztttml :mtl the Nlqlxi Vtsttrvrs Q, PIIIICZPCII 3: Tltc lVlm'Sf3l4,Ill l, fl, 4: Babes 1:1 Toyland, Prtncipal 4: Student Connell l, 2: Home Room Oflirer, Sevretaty l, 17: Study Hzlll H,-lgtr 3: Y-Teens l: Peg Club 17, 3, 4: Sernf-star Hlqlx Honor Roll l, 2: SIDTIlllSll Club 3: Square Danwo Club l, 2: Coeop 4: Btble Club 3: Fxoslx- Soglt Party fl: Bowling Club 3. ANN WELLS Gtzls' Chou' 3: Student Store 4: Coeop 4: Helena H-qlx Sfhool l, 2: Hamtlton Htqlt School 3. WILLIAM BRUCE WELLS "Bi1l" A Cappella Choir 4: Madriqal Chotr 3: Chanters fl: The Mikado 3: Babes in Toyland, Princrtpal 4: All-School Play "I-Xrsemc and Old Lore" 3: Square Dance Club 2. I IM WERRE Intramural Basketball 3, 4: l.1lac Festival 1, 2: Catlfgary Sfanzgiede 2- Band l, 3, 4: Torn Toms il, 3, 4: Studvnt Store 4: Coeogf 4. iffx t.. . .1 af- N BARBARA LOUISE WILSON "Bobbie" f.lus..' I-9Sl1V'1lS 3, 4: A Cappella Choir 3, 4: All- Stato Choir 3, 4: A Cappella Choir Trip, Eugene, Oregon 3: Madriqal Choir 2: The Mikado 3: The Messiah 2, 4: Babes in Toyland 4: Home Room Otfzcer, President 3: Y-Teens 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: M, l. E, A. 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: Square Dance Club l, 2: Interscholastrc Meet 3, 4: F. H. A. l: Senior Ball 4: Arrow, Staff Reporter 3: News Editor 4: Bible Club 3, 4, Council 4: Drarna Class: Play "Twisted Angles" 3, GENE WOHLSCHLAGER . ., . SCIKJIZLW' Curb 3: Square Dance Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Fxw'utL'Je Cornzruftee Chfrzrruan 4: F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Cfornrnrttee Chairman 3, Senretary 4. DEANNA C. YERKES ,,De Del. Cl. A. A. l, 7, 3, Play l3ay 2: Study Hall Helper 1, -1: ilgtrxrnrsle Club 4: F. H. A. fl: junior Prom 3: Youth Farr 3, 4: Annual 4, MARILYN YOUNG Trfzrugyolzrro 3: Home Room Officer l, 2: Library 3: Ftuoly Hall Helps:-r 4: Y-Teens l, 2, 3: Spanish Club -l' Senior Ball 4: Square DanCQ Club I: Annual 4: Backstage 4: Assemblies l: Polson High Sdlzool 3. gsm, -:sn fe' I 4 634041 5 C R w- tl. WESLEY YOUNG "Wes" lntraznurfrl Volloy Ball 4: lntrfrrrrumrl Brskf-tltall 1 3, 4: Golf Club 3: T.ierruo3.ol.s Ciurtfy H1421 S :liorl Vlyonunq l, 2. 'be' WM GEORGE ZANON 'hr kg Freslunan Football 1: Reserve Foc.tb'1Ql f'- Vrrrslrz' ootball 3, 4: State Charing ionshzg, Gauze 3- I-lffSli1 man Basketball l: Reserve liaskftbcxl. '- ln'z4r- rzlural Basketball 3, 4: F Club 3, 4, SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: MARIE OSTROOT, SEC- RETARY: CAL CHRISTIAN, PRESIDENT: DON SUTI-I' ERLAND, VICE PRESIDENT: CARLEY RIDENOUR. TREASURER. 'A RICHARD ZIESMER KY 1 "Dick" ' 'Q Model Airplane Club l, 2, 3 President l, 2: T 6- I Club Ev Q 3, 4, Vivo President 4: C. A P, 4, Flrqht Leader 4. 'Sv company Utah Wholesale Grocery Page 55 4 'iv ffffg' A:ncs..u.N1g The Class of 1956 dedxcates thx s page to the memory of Gary Wemgartner who dxed Apnl 14 1954 lollowmg an ar 1 1 p ane accident Gary 1 especlolly re lu mem ered for lfus qrocrt mieres' m the Model .A.lTflCII"10 Club dl rmq the sccmt tivo yours ihol he was or member of the class of 56 He wo l s o o fond of photoqroohy cmd speech and played the Comet m the school band ka x ., V 1 ' .aff-f l , , 1 - . Q V f . -ff l K: N 1 4, hi? 'Q .J ., ,- ,Q f , . - , f- fu .A :I .,., ,. 2,3 , 61,7 ' i - ' ,fm f. ' . ' wil." f . A 54, AF,- , ' A " l , Q Q 'l , - . J" . 'P ""'.4 , ' ' . , "MTN ,f " -.,.-ff I f , ,fs 3 . if A f P' x U- 4 '- M2112 I , , fl f I ,.. . I ,Q 4 x -fs - " ' 1 Lf' ' f 1 . , . l 45 ' 4 I. I . I , , , 1 ' . , 1 , ,, S Y, . -y. ,' . 1 ' ' 1-4 ' -V 1 X If I af- ' f X ff i A ..F -. --f-v.-- f ,5?.,, , , . , -- .,. v -.:.---,I-'N' -1- - .,,. ... 1""f...,'.QT .J . .. - -..1.,., --4 '-"" - uh. : -- 1. - -4,-.. 1 ...-.f-lan' .. .. . --v ""' ' -,g,,::J,,,..f-g-f- 4 , -,... . D ,,.-4. ...- ,,. -nz.-'. ERNEST AABERGE KEN AADSEN ELAINE AKLESTAD SHARON ALBRITTON DIANE ALMINI IOYCE ALTON SIDNEY L. ANDERSON RICHARD ARMSTRONG CHARLOTTE ASHER MARY BALLENGER MERLE BARNES IANICE BARRIER RODLYN BARTLESON FRANCES BAUER ARLENE BERGMAN MIKE BEST S. -A 1 A A -1--Q , ' Q IM- ' ,Qi if ,,..,- 'S Q'-I '-1 ' 'T ' jig- I '11 I 1' O A Y I .. Nh 'uP 'v ,I 1-'- II I 'I' 4'- L A 2' '2 f A I, ! , "L " f-cl ' ' I 5'-1 'X' Q 4. fi' VJ .EIL I II ff ' 'Q I R ,- UDL p if il 'E' -if? 5? f' ' -J -Q4-v' ,f -:a A 'I' I 5 51- 1 it A DON BLAIR BOB BOLTON DIANNE BOND OMER BOOTH TELE BOENG MARY MARGARET GAYLE BRADFORD IOAN BRADLEY Siyle Shop I Thecxire Com z 5 I ""3'Y' .., ,of -41 l Q. 1' g Mi I Q- lmf ' A 4' . 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If V .-9, 1 ' bv Cg!"' ,. .If w--. , 51: ,- IOI-IN KEITH ELLEN KELCH BOB KINNIBURGH DALE KINNIBURGH KENNETH KINNIBURGH DENIS KIRBY BARBARA KIRKPATRICK LYNN KIRPATRICK ELENOR KLEINHANS BILLIE KOSSOFF IERRY KUBU MICHAEL KUNDA gi WW' 41 ,-- 44-4 1 ww DOLORES LORDS SAM LOWMAN DON MANNING PHYLLIS MANAGHAN WALLY MARONEY LARRY MARSH EDDIE MARTIN DON MARTINSON IERRY MASON IOAN MATTSON LONNY MAYER IUANITA MCATEE CHERYL MCCAHAN DELORES MCEWEN MARILYN MCGUIRE IANET MCLEOD as A ' 5 -ti' fi: ' " ' I i f' 3 Al -., In My 1, I r.4v' .Yf f L'-d up-...Q ww ' 1 ,4 1-J v--f .,,.dv'C' 5 I ,wr ...L ww ,- 61" 'NM' 3 gg: ' 43-Ju- 'sift' f ,, .46 QE17 Q-'N X A any .-4? 46' :- GEORGE MCKEAN DOROTHY MCVAY MARY MCVAY ELAINE MELDRUM RONNIE MELLEM IRENE MEULI SHARON MEYERS ALLAN MICHELS Hollingsworth Electric Hummers Page 65 1 virsv- 'NW -1 1""' IS. 'Ni I 1' .-'R' ' i , ,. .Lx-1... -6 'ttf .J TED PLUMMER MARILYNIO POLISH BILL PORTEOUS CALVIN POWELL ROD POWELL SHARON POWERS IO ANN PRICE IUANITA PULLIAM Kalispell Molor Supply Kalispell Sheet Meinl Work Pace 66 ,fwbf ff-Mr GERALD MILLER SANDRA MILNE BOBBY MITTON EDWINA MORRIS IOI-IN MORRISON BEVERLY MORROW GORDON NAETI-IE STEWART NESS MIKE NOLAN IOSEPH NORDTOME ROGER NORTON CAROLE OLSON CHIP O'NEIL LUELLA PEDERSEN KAREN PETERSON MARY PIERSON A fi 'K 'D' Q R23 Q. 1 .inf DON RICHARDSON DONNA RICHARDSON PATTI RIEDINGER PEGGY ROBERTS ROSELIE RORAGEN BETTIE LEE ROTHWEILER RICHARD ROUSSELLE ERLIND ROYER DAVID RYDQUIST NANCY POSTON CHUCK REDFIELD MERLE REYNOLDS ' , . . fu! . Z' K -1 4.4-A -qw fi af...y" ' I ff f 1: f .A 3 I X JUN -43 fp K Q4 ,ykgl M X h Q, 43 .l' If 'fx . A3 fi , -A qv' " 5 I ffff' ' . Q x if If AVI 5 35954 1 , 5 I, ff nys, VX if Of X "' I ,SN I ,4 -Q. '4 '-49 jx , :I , S if Q N x Q4 4 ..,...-9 "'-'if -5 A S -ef' W" ...Q-2 Q11- 4-, 1 Ji "f"'!" 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TAYLOR RICHARD TAYLOR Manions Miller Ford Eleclnc Page 68 411' iii 'l it DARLENE SHIRTLIFF BERYL SHOEMAKER MAXINE SIBLERUD RICHARD SIDERIUS BUCK SIDERIUS IOANIE SIEVERS GARTH SKAAR GORDON SMITH HERB SMITH DAVID OWEN SOWERWINE ED SPEELMAN FAYE STAAB BILL STILES SUZANNE STORY MARSCHELL STOTTS CHARLOTTE STRYKER A x Us 'Z T' f-'S if 'Q Ling vi J I S. -. 7 ROSELLA TAYLOR ROGER THIBERT IIM THOMPSON ROD THOMPSON SALLY THOMPSON CONNIE TIPPETTS DARLENA TIPPkL'1"1S HELEN TRIPPET DARLENE TUSCHER GEORGE TVEDTEN DIANNE VANDAL TOM WAGONER LYMAN WARKINS GEORGIA WAGNER LEANNA WATERS KATHY WENDT au. Arn -lr t A-' airy 1 Q J 1 . QQ Q fl -, .1 ' 'Q .Im , . 11' 2 Y ' 'kr ill' H -6 f -9' '- ,, 2 X 13 ,- 'N ' ,fs fi ' .. L .uh - . ' 1 w Q U7 -" x rf N gh 1' L W! ."IQ7 4 fs 4 5 X Qi," s . - 1 I VN: af -Q 11 , , - Tx. ' . A in, ,. 945 '..,,t ' . no- an 1 ' rj J gl 2 Iv- if -, PEN? 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A isle- ntl! ' Q4 E ' gm - :v e Norman Davis 'W ww ' D L ie Connie Deitrick in y 'Ne L Richard Dennison A Montana Steel 6 Equipment Company 2 t Page 71 FA Geri' Q ' is Q , Q... Q 'Ne QT' 1 jk vs 'W 'cv .J W. X vw g 'xv r I wav' 'vc- vs'-Q. 3-.v Terry Domch Bob Durado Delores DZIVI Dxxle Eaton Gary Eckelberry Pat Elsenman Hank Elliott hm Emerson Betty Ertz Beverly Ferguson Ioyce Fmstad Don I-'lshel Ixm Flemlng Esther Folden Florence Frederic Carol French Roger French Adehne Fritz Mlckey Gage Mxchael Gardmg Paul Gmqery ks GEOMETHIC DRAWINGS AID STUDENTS IN VISUALIZING MATHEMATICS PROBLEMS CELESTE LEITCH CHOSEN SOPH PRINCESS IN FOOTBALL HOMECOMING FESTIVAL tfg -4 e., I f-me Infu- 1727 V 'S so -. AI A Sue Glass Gary Graham Nexl Graham Bob Greer Tom Gnmsrud Beverly Gronley Don Hanger Ioyce Hansen Art Hanson Nell Hanson Pat Hartman Ieanne Haskm Glenys Haven Al Hawkms Geraldme Heber Betty Heqq B111 Henderson Alton Hendrxckso Ierry Hennessy Iack Hex-bold I1 Patty Lee Hersman Ierry Hess Etta Hesse Dxck Hlnes Maxme Homan Ierry Homuth Ianet Houston Gary Hoxmer Pacxhc Hide 6 Fur Depot Park Inn Page 72 Ernie Lee Hoylman Ray Hrabik, Ir. Victor A. Hundahl David Hunt Ian lewett Doug Iohns Dennis Iohnson Kay Iohnson Larry Iohnson Kenny Iones Bill Kinniburgh Elaine Kinniburgh Betty Kennick Iudy Kirby Virginia Kirkland Marcella Kirkwood Gerald Kirschner Gary Kittleson Linda Klinqler Ruth Klisis Nancy Koenig Ianice Kolden Larry La Brant Wilma Lampman Don Landon Fred La Roque Dale Lauman Mike Lavin MYRON NORDQUIST iw H ,Ute It Q 9 f 4. Q f-if W . 4 .L i x A Q 4. iz -, eq MT: y rf. fait' , . U " 44-7 'I we I V71 'I LEADS CLASS fftiilt Sllss "ET TU, B ,S wx .nl . W 1 'L . fu f 5' fl 'K t ' s BUTE?" Richards Sheet Metal Works Robbin 6 Bobbin Page 73 I - H, , fe " Y aw' f, C 'llla 'Q' 5' li 5' lit- Gc' P .fm i ff ' A. ! -xt' 4:-' W L . tv? x M72 ,, ' A g yi' ri' 'neil dir M ' 52 'P-r Vi, fa, 552 'K Kenneth Laws Lavetta Lebert Bill Lee Ardith Leiqhty Celeste Leitch Donna Legare Larry Lemon Linda Leslie Carol Linrude Ierry Little Wayne Livdahl Larry Livermore Iohn Loqan Robert Lopp Charles Lorentzen Iudy Loween lack Lykins Pat Lynch Dick McAdams Patricia McBride Fred McDonald . -, ' I' x'b-51: -'fl 1 A , 2 'ffl 'Q f" at . if!! v V: v ,Z ,,. .. ,V ..,... 7 mv Fel, 4 X. K 1 " " I Q KZ J' A' ' X' f I ' ,A -, vi Q Y 54 , , t A ,E 1 "' fi W A . ' W we ,W 4 , At 'xl Q Q. 's f ' " ew Q . ' -,sn Iv- f-'Si 'br . F . I- AN N . V- K ffm-.Q 1 1 ' MQ' ' vft' 'vs ', " . - :Y i " 5 f f f f I in A S' J W D f 3 'N T? V" N., ' wr vt. -' . 5" :gg M -TQ 'v - L L, ,. fl 1 ,- .. I ,, K-.at ' N? 2 .! IM? . ,K - '2 52,4 - .4 L -ff i 5 ii ll Q , cj? , , W, D, it c fp I1 -. M' 5 Q Q 'i fl F A-'55 :U-fd , 2' gf Vs P- ' '3 is diss 5. Q . .cfhlfy 4, .' X 'F Ieanine McDonald Michaelene McDougall Bill Mclntyre Helen Main Marion Manning Ioanne Marsh "THE COURT DEGREES A SENTENCE OF FOUR SOPHOMORES BOAST TWO VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Iulie Nelson Lillie Nicholson Myron Nordquist Elaine Nordtome Ioan Nordtome Rose Ann Nordtome lim Null Kay Nutter Mariorie Nyauist Marilynne O'Boyle Carol Anne O'Connell Dennis O'Connell Monte Oehrling Ioan Oftedahl Wayne Olmstead Arlene Olson Dennis Olson Lorene O'Neil Afton Orr Arthur Paine Florence Parker Glen Parpart Patricia Paulos Ira Peterson Ierry Peterson Calvin Phillips Kathy Pierson Norman Poor Rolies Machine Shop be A is: 3, I Noel Mather . ,N , Richard Mathwig KH my W Ioann Mendel 1 2 . QQ 2 - ST "N -'f Nh Mickey Meredyth ' . Gary Miller Q E K Beverly Mitchell "S ' L 4 .. 7 ' Q UNDIGNIFIED HULAS. . A Si T. Q Dolores Monroe A 'A Gloria Mullen vg ' fi Claude Mumbower X P ' f S 3351: 3 2 , l .TK Iack Murer ,- ,N lim Murphy .- -:qv Ioe Murphy ' l Robert Naethe ,Q Bonita Nelson -wg JoAnne Nelson X tg, ' W- , . 'W' , P ' ' Y - . 1' f, . A ' W Yi . 1' f'e'x. sf. ' y if in I -. - fx 1 , ' ? 11 I I '-'-"- ' l. 'Q H N. f . . i ,, p , 2 2. 1 f K x 1 W, , X ' f, K ' ix fb A.. 1 wp, 5, R R It L ,L g, A A Y M-e lf f L so r' I I N sr . z" X 4 A E, Y an H Ii, pl - .. ' j E, ji .3 fe . I . I T 'V W " I 'G f.. l "if 1. -- K ' ' :gif rw" , V , , YJ ,,xjf5?3Z12u 'sp , -rig s-.' K, T ' -V ,, I E-, . ig! ' 1 h , ,V Q ,I X - ' , ww ' , 1 ff 6 " 1 .3 I 'LA 4 ' X X f xl , Sauer and Sauer Pace 74 Georgxa Powell Wayne Powell Gnlbert Proeirock Roger Pryor Aaron Quade Marlene Rasmussen Neal Rawson Gordon Reld Cheryl Rem Lanxs Reynolds loAnn Rledlmqer Rod Roberts Delores Rocks Paul Roqnlle Alan Rose Tamara Russell Pat Sauerbzer Wanda Savage Iohn Saverud Dxxxe Schad Ieanette Semmqson ludy Sexton Roger Slblerud IoLynn Szderlus Tom S1der1us Arthur Smith Colleen Smrth Loxs Smxth hm Jw ww V4 SPEECH DEPARTMENT PROMOTES F C H S PROGRAM ON KGEZ SO THAT IS THE LARYN State Bank of Somers Stockton Motors Page 75 we -4 a--an cv '77 'Vl 'Z' Nadene Smxlh Susan Sollxd Edna Sommers Darlene Sparks Carol Spencer Mike Stafmhll Gerald Stahlberq Blythe Stanton Robert Stanton Ioyce Stecher Chns Stenberg Harvey Sterner Larry Shdmon Maura Stone Duck Strack Glenda Strauss Bxll Sunde Emma lane Sundehus lohnn Sundelxus Melvin Sutherland Loxs Syth -ff 71 -ov' is 'Q' adv QR.- .A T' 'Rf ei Sw '75, 'x AK if .J if 5 ,R 'Wu Q. N, ,gs s K1 5 t Lf rag- e fri, - I ae. ' . N .2 Q v :- fy 1:4 gs fi . 5' n Q. .1 4 47' I 4 , M. ,fs 1, Patrick Tallent Rose Taylor Sharon TenEyck Ieanette Therrien lean Thompson Margaret Thone lim Timlick Dave Tinney Larry Tommerup Pat Tunniclifl Ruth Tumer Roger Tuscher Cliff Tvedten Larry Van Alstine Ronald Van Auker Monte Vance Sandra Vandal Dave Van Dort ii SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS ARE: LINDA KLINGLER. CABBAGE. VICE PRESIDENT: IOAN OFTEDAHL, SECRETARY: PRESIDENT MODELS AID BIOLOGY STUDY ' A R-,1fgl7ai?Qy. Gian- .JW-V N ' -.. l Gail Voorhies 4- I . , Bob Wagner 'F' Dave Wagner J 5 o X , ' 13 . .5 4- -:Q '?"- t h I I I ,f fi Q, Wray, l 5 I: I K , f , ,,,. 3.5 V Z .1 . --,l A a If Q I ' I-If fi:- .1 wwf fd' ,- Gary Young 'oi . x 54 .'-A n Vx T. V. Center Valley Sand 6 Gravel Page 76 Fi, Nb 67 3 Q ,X lack Waller Virginia Walter Wilbur Walter Verna Watts Rodney Wendt Glenn Westphal Ioanne White Darlene Williams Ierry Wilson Ron Wilson Grover Woeuner Sheryl Wohllclager Carol Wollf Marvin Woolard v 4 5- ewgazgq N. f ff f.,, us 'J' 'fre x . .451-...M , I. XA'-'. fy '. - Q. .I ,-.. fu w , Q ,. .4 HN cdili' .. 35- - . - f :f'g'cf.411 ' My ' c M 4 4 ff, ,- if iv ' Jr 'Giyhf-'fa few 5 1 ...-V.. . W A Lx SOCIAL Paul Adams Paul Aklestad Ron Albxston Alfay Anderson Douglas Anderson Gary Anderson Ione Anderson Teresa Archxbald nent Arnett Norman Baden Betty Baker Gene Bal-rer Mlckey Barge Iohn Barxl Charlotte Barnes llm Barner Irene Basye Rodney Bates Sharon Battleson Nancy Benke Darleen Benner Joseph Berosxk Davxd Blgley Donna Bxqley Florence Bzllsboroug Bob Blrd Pete Blesl-nn Barbara Boorman STUDIES CLASSES AIM FOR BETTER DRIVING h if 1-u. fx Wheaton's Cycle and Toy F W Woolworth Co Soma Borgen lerry Bosley Lucxlle Bossler Paula Bowman Arla Bradford Iames Bradley Dwayne Brien Frank Bntton Harold Broad Loretta Brown Perry Brown Ross Brown R bert Brush l"o1a1d Buck Sharon Buck Gene Burcham Denny Burke Alastair Burns Myrna Jean Carpenter Carne Lou Courter M. QY BNI' w 1 I 1 1, ev, mr I Q 4? Bucky Chllllm -4 t is 'Qi' X If uf-In IE 'M -ac Q- X s ,I we 'bv x ' I T I 5 6 I vw 1. bv. Q! vs qu. . ..,, 4 A .Vs ..,,vl ' A 4, gk . " I ,A Z aff 'fl , fl V Q , " 4 , 5, , , . an ,. A, , I ,. V .,. 3, , 'I Vu., v " I 'V 9 4 QT' If , .I 74 7 If x Atnx J l.,. q. 1 I 3 V ,, If 1 Q I V , t I ' I I . , v- f ' gf M- Q A . ' I af df ' I ' i III' , -' A , 5 V A I ' ' A I.. V fi, W-, , flr, 'Q 2, f T - , I I , '-. I IIIHAHA 2 I if ,M , em , ., M y W A ,f - 2- ' r l A ' I I I , In ' A I , . 'I 'I I' 'Q ' H . .y I' N ' . fi V ,xx ,xr .. 4 A 'I X 'VJ Y - h K. v ' Sq. g , I I I I I A L' -if , A f 1 is ee- , Iz- j 1 1 . Kay , I REACTION TESTS AID FUTURE DRIVERS I I I Q . .e - -S . - . 1 ., 4.45, ng v, Q 5 ' "' 5 ... ,. It !f I -s 1 io- 3 QT:- a ku Q- 'B' 11 cz, " xiii .qv 9' fn W! Roberta Christensen Donald Christison Vera Claridge David Claypool Melvin Colby Bog Collier Sharon Connelly Dell Cornell Madeline Corpron Darlene Cotton Ronald Counsell Kay Cox Clifford Croskre Ladd Dahl Marcia Daley Don Day Darlene Dern Virginia De Voe Steve Dewitt Sammy Donaldson Pat Doverspike nb I-'HESHMEN IUDGE DISTANCE IN EYE EXAMINATION GORDON SCHLABS LEADS CLASS OF 1959 A Q. C Marcia Dukleih Iames Dull Ioan Durham Indy Eayrs Don Eklund Rita Eklund Shirley Elion Ierry Elwood Marlene Emerson Larry Engel Bob Engelbach Bruce Ennis B11ly Erickson Orlee Erickson Rena Evereti Iohn F enska Kay Fenton Ioan Ferguson Iudy Felz Bruce Finslad Diana Fisher Dick Flynn Duane Friiz Howard Galyan Iim Garding Alan Gibson Billy Gibson Day Gierman wr vx I Alton Pearce Drug ABC To! Shop 7 V Averys Cafe Adams Drug ' I gig, I ' ' Page 78 Chuck Gres Gary Glass Iudy Goodwm Vera Goulet Howard Gramger B111 Gralow Ardxth Gray Dona Green Gary Guest Lynette Gulle Carol Gustafson Rxchard Hagen Iam Hall Carolyn Hansen Calvin Hanson Curtxs Hanson Roger Hanson Pat Hardlnger Iane M Harmon Nancy Harp lack Hartsoch Cllfford Haven Robert Hefty Deana Hess George H111 Joyce Hoffman Davxd Holand Don Hollxster 43'-wr 3. LLL D ff X '-'Mk -fav , -... ,,. kx tm Robert Howard 6 an O r VI ,fwl 'W 'Nun 5 1 'Q .1 """:0 -'-sr ao- 1'-- uf --Mr JS an ZMVT' fs. -as FROSH SOPH PARTY A SUCCESS Mary Janet Hughes Lyle Hummel GOSH THIS IS EMBARRASSING' Lynette Holombo Robert Holst Catherme Homan Lauretta Huchens Loranle Hutton Beverly Insh Danxel Iackson lean Iacobson Leroy Iacobson Doug James Arlette Iohnson Duma Johnson George Iohnson Jeanette Jones Larry R Iones Rrchard Iones Ron Ioy Phylxs Kauffman Baldwm 6 Baldwin, Attorneys CUPPS SPOHIHQ Goods Bjgrngby jgwglgrg CBDIIUI OUICB Supply Page 79 I .fb hrs! 3 W fx f :tw te'-Q A 'ist E X - ' ,V mt., ' -V 'T' S.. , 1, M , cqwff A My . 7 , 1 1 ., t f LA N 12' 4 'NY' 2 Y- "Y 1 f I - -- ' . X X 2 'S ' .' . ff ' W Ty ,, Qt I V .,. " , W' ",, 'fi M I ' ' If Z 'Qs' f ' X13 if 'VW " 14 iff' A1 K y - or ,Q Q W U was me. I ' M L ' , N- ' V Q Q- ' 9 as L. I wit AR A get I, LH, ,Z Af l A ., Y, , A 4' ,xg . 'Qf y I , , ,I 4 g I lf,-.iz ' I 7. 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A "' ,f 9 49? 4 , Mowry Keith Robert Keith Dean Kelch Karen Kelly Carolyn Kembel Delores Kimes Ruth Kinnick Donna Kipp Florence Kirkwood Keith Kiser Kent Klawitter Dolores Knapp Carole Knudtson Richard Kost Deanna Kostka Mildred Knudtson Mary Lee Kramer Jeannette Krause Harlan La Brant Thomas Lacher Lorraine Lanqbell "DARK, ISN'T IT?" SUE MCCUBBINS CHOSEN FROSH PRINCESS IN FOOTBALL HOMECOMING FESTIVAL 1 it P. fe K XX?-1 - o l f 'ml 'ju I ,f - 'E 31 1 L,,- , S V f 3 I .4 xi ,W .. A ,, 1,9 y ,,.' , 24 I Gene Lauman Carolyn Lautaret Iinny Lee Melvin Legare Floyd Lengstori Dorothy Lich Rae Marie Lincoln Kent Lindsey Iudith Loehr Clinton Logan Dick Lowell Marilyn MacDonald Gerald Madsen Carol Magstadt Michael Manion Donna Manley Mike Manning Dewanyne Marsh lean Marsh Lawrence McAtee Barry McBride Sue Ann McCubbins Cathy McCulloch Verona McVay Hazel McWhorter Iim Meacham Lorraine Measure Ioe Meeker Dairy Queen Donaldson's Men'l Wear Davis Pip: 6 Machinery Eagle Shoe Company Page 80 Chester Meeks Diane Melby Ieanita Merritt Gerald Michels Bob Milam Lennie Milam Sharon Milne Floris Mullins lim Namen Daniel W. Nash Sandra Nay Larry Neas Margaret Nelsen Deanie Nelson Iacob Nelson Ierry Nelson Duane Oesch Ierry Oitedahl Douglas Olmstead Ragna Olson Victoria Olson Barbara O'Neil Tom O'Nei1 Karen O'Toole George Palmer Sharon Parker Roger Pauli Marilyn Peterson GENEROUS FROSH LEAD SCHOOL IN JUNIOR RED CROSS CONTRIBUTIONS "HOW'S THIS FOR SIZE?" 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Ross Robert Ross Fritz Royer Page 81 HK. , O . 15: rr ' -rn I no ff fy' Ae I Q - ...t ,. - T-to K I X 1 Stl . , X V . 'K Qs . 0. S is Ss' 'A 1 4 1: fl: . -.-.1 ms: qp fl' A 6 M015 .ou -Qu Q f'T 2? ,W 44" Cb 'vw T' Donna Ruff Gayle Scalf Patricia Schikora Gordon Schlabs Iohn Schutt Lois Schwenke Lanny Scovel Conme Shew Robert Shoberq Lots Shock Barbara Slas Ierry Slack Arlene Slater Myrna Slater Roger Slater Io Ann Smxth Iames Snell Ronald Speer Maryallce Spxndler Gene Stahlberg Loretta Stanton 3 w-1 ,Q 4- ONLY FROSH CHEMIST MAKES RECORD BREAKING DISCOVERY CLASS OF 1959 LARGEST IN F C H S HISTORY and '57 iw..- sf -,Q fs. W f 5 Alf 0 Forest Products Company Glacrer Realty Company Johns Hardware Iones Bakery Page 82 Donna Stenseth Lalonle Sterner Iudy Street Iudy Strext Davxd Strorsch Sidney Stryker Bob Swenson Douglas Taylor Denms Teeters Ianet Thompson Rayman Thompson Bonnle Tiffany James Treweek Ierrx Lynne Tuckett Mardean Tupper Donald Tuscher Phyllls Tuscher Ioyce Voorhres Rodney Webster Arlo Wells Mxke Wells Lyle Welth Gwen Werre Roberta Weydahl Renn White Ieannette Wxcklund Henry Wleterlch Glorxa Wxllxams , S A 'V ,,,, S M, , . .nl N.. 'S ig, e f x y S, 4 3 ' - . .- " 4. tvwiy ' t l ',1, ' b A W ' . ,ff-S eb 4, Sl' 2 S ,Mi ,Q 1 N' M Fm mx- of 5,5 t,t, V ' . . . . .1 e ' fi? M . . .1 L. Z :D .rf if 5 1 . il , Q , 7 yi , A " ' Q :,,. f 1 . . ,Q VA V 3 , .l H w A-'A - S t T ti:,.Fff,. S4 "eg . 2... 1 Q ,, , , I t A I I Q . ' 51 f 4. A f f f I , '4 Q fl I ,, f, - - R ,R V I ' ft- ff 1- ,' wi' . my Thi, y f 4 . ,W - Q1 V- . V Zll :,. 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"LET'S DUNK BARNABY IN HIS OWN LEMON!-KDE" Saverud Paint Shop Sunset Carburetor 6 Electric Supgr Foods Seven-Up Bottling Co. Page 88 .1,.....-. .1-..-J 9 gil ,I . 1 1-': n "YOU'LL NEVER TAKE ME ALIVE!" 'vi r ,gawk xv i 5 FN ... Page 89 I DON'T CARE WHAT TEACHER SAYS. I CANT DO THAT SUM! A CHRISTMAS FANTASY IN TWO ACTS Babes in Toyland is a Christmas fairy tale designed tor children from six to sixty. Story book characters come to lite in the musical land of makerbelieve. Barnaby, the dreadful villian, casts a gloom over the qay children of the villaqe by his vile deeds. Mary Quite Contrary, the oldest ot the Piper children captures his eye and he de- mands her hand in marriaqe. Because she loves Alan, Barnaby's couraqeous nephew, she runs away to Toyland to work for the Master Toymaker, Santa Claus. After many harrowinq experiences in this land of toys, the villian is defeated. Mary and Alan are married, and happiness reiqns in Toyland echoed by the laughter of the children. VILLAGEBS IOIN IN CHORUS OF "I.EMONADE" it PM TOO YOUNG TO GO! CHANTERS Row l: Marilyn Io Polish, Betty Hegq, Ioan Oitedahl, Lamona Claridge, Linda Leslie, Kay Iohnson, Glenys Haven. Row 2: Darlena Tippetts, Marlene Iacobson, Charlotte Stryker, Jeannie Conner. Carol Christison. Ioan Bradley, Sharon Albritton, Connie Tippetts. Row 3: Mike Kunda, Harold Haven, Tippy Clark, Fred Mumbower, Bill Wells, Ted Plummer, lim Meacham. PRRIVING AT MISSO ULA FOR nf Vt Pae9l 9 "O, COME, ALL YE FAITHFUI. . . ." THE M. E. A. CONCERT A NF 4 "Q, ' BACKSTAGE AT M. S. U. 9 us- 43115: -'-H eL!ii'f""-. .13 'Q3ffF"'-xsaulzwzrrlsklvfkxig-,Yij N at W1 . Q r 1 5 . Q1 I , 'V an i I Ethel, Iudy Ferguson: Fred, Marshall Guile: Mr. Littlefield, Brit Catron: Mrs. Littlefield, Claudia Rawson: Lucy, Marilyn Peterson: Ricky, Melvin Peterson: Miss Whiting. Charlotte Deitrick: Peg'-JY. Mary Hanson: Arthur, Don Buckingham: delivery men, Eugene Clark, Everit Sliter, and lack Sanders. HMMMMM .... y ,,,, ,,,.,e , R ff 1 , ,,'?' sf 14,02 -5,1 ", Y A ."' ' ,- 5 1-5 7' 'nf x.:-' 'Z 1 in 4 H endofz 27 : " S aa. .0 Ji 'L-V Q E ? fir , ar A . f 'Xl "IF I WERE A LITTLE OLDER, A LITTLE STRONGEH . . . ' it tj Q - ,gm I 'T' '- ' rf I. "l' , f ' 3, !+'4 5, . V ,. --. ., A "MR. RICARDO, I LOVE YOU!" B 6 B Foodliner Page 92 if L 2 X Ks, 1 3 PQI .A . .3 .2 We ' 1 1 f-,. ' If fi" c K' I 1 in 3. Q,-if "SHE SPENDS MONEY LIKE I WAS PRINTING IT IN THE BASEMENT-IN FACT, I'VE BEEN CONSIDEHING lT!" LUCILLE BALL AND DESI AHNEZ SEND CONGRATULATIONS L Xx1wT.g x. x'.D! J iilf-X ' umm! 25 AV 1 1 f L. V! Q 'i 1 f i .ll I ,..y ,Qu I-- .Q f Lux- f 'fAI.. 7.5 'Q ,. -. SS N , . A , "" '..'f1rT",., ,- H- in . 31: V ?','25."L,-' "T"--'A 1074 fl " I ' "Ei A. 3ATW1'!2'R'-WAV' . fa ff.. . 1 mf I - A -:H ft-A."f..'-" 1 7.!aae lung THE SENIOR PLAY This yeor's Senior ploy wos the deiiqhifui comedy, "I Love Lucy," which was odopted from severoi of the "I Love Lucy" T.V. proqrcims. The proceeds from the ploy went to the publication of the 1955 Flathead. -21 "I-IELP! MURDER! POLICE!" "HOW-W-W-DY!" Page 93 I s . . I ,, unix' , ,. --...,..-4....4 .sa Mike Princess in Gold, Doroihy Ann Cole: Queen, Helen Trippel: Fairy, Ioyce Stecher: Court Iesier, Guesi: King, Erlind Royer: Cinderella, Connie Tippetts: Prince Charming, Ray Fritz: Lackey, Counsell: Minister, Mel Peterson: Cour! Musician, Fred Mumbower: Chancellor, Virgil Cork: "Ashes" the Cat, Don Eklund: Madame Chancellor, Peggy Calvin: Tilliebell, Ioyce Alton: Fairy Godmother, Tele Boveng: Gladiola, Donna Richardson: Stepmother, Diane Moore. "I REALLY AM GORGEOUS" I Q "fig -D ' 'Iii ..7.. 'QE y 5 In nl 'Z' "HO-HOAHA-HA-HA-!" GODMOTHER CONIURES A FAIRY BY A W Ron ALL-SCHOOL PLAY dadezelh "ASHES, YOU'RE MY ONLY FRIEND" 4 AVE OF ix, +-xxx' xx Page 94 HER WAND .-dll' rf l at 'ww ,,, KT' +5 : .K is V' . gr ' M fx i Q. fl Ma, -if dm li I. FU "AN INVITATION TO THE PHINCE'S BIRTHDAY BALL!" A. A ,F 5 ,I W' 'WE' ' ,,..-4 vi ' j , :L f f 1: V .1 4 .4 I ,,, f-- "AND NOW WE'LL SERVE THE CAKE AND ICE CREAM" "I CAN'T BELIEVE I'M REALLY GOING TO THE BALL!" 1 gf -1 L 'if 4 vm. 'Wk .nr ,Q-,. it STAGE CREW FOR SENIOR AND ALL-SCHOOL PLAYS Row Row Row : Carol Christison, Carol Chrisinger, Marilyn McGuire, Melba Clark, Faye Goulet, PGQQY Gilbertson, Kay Gierman, Bob Keith. Billy Erickson. h t 2: Fritz Royer, Tom Lacher, Brit Cntron, Ianice Kolden, Curley Ridenour, Lloyd Tracltt, Don El-zlund. 3: Sharon Cornell, Barbara Berry, Donald Day, Ron Counsell, Ianice Barrier. Wendy Miller, Carol French, Desiree Collette, Carol Morton, Don Buckingham, Ice Meeker, Eugene Clark. er? Page 95 ,Q J 'WM f' I IHIUSFK nflzwllk -A' vu K THE LITTLE SHEPHERD WHO WAS LEFT BEHIND Seated: Beverly Cyr, Mary Lcx Vigne, Mary Hansen. Standing: Louise Calder, Pat Lay, Melbcx Clark, Sharon Sutton. Billie Fairchild, Connie Tippetls, Shirley David. Donna Richardson, Iackie Icxmes, Elaine Akleslcrd. MUSICIANS SLAVE "HEADS UP!" .,,4 we rfwgf' www 3 sf 3 4 P I3 gil 5 ff E - -vii " - . Air',a',i gg: f Q 23.52655 5, w ' ' A . - ' Q Effzflmli -'Q Egg 3 1, Z S I, 'V SANTA CATCHES UP ON HOMEWORK GET THAT FLAT UP' COACHES BHIT - E C .- 0 .- 0 D. .- .- ca U' K!! .- .- QV! 'U Od? '- 'U - - .- .- .- .E 0 DO .- .- .- .- .- M Calvm QY L .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- 0 'U .- .D 'U 0 I-' 0 .- KI .- .- .- :- N BS Z .- .- .- - .- E .- .- W C Gosne S ucri Roger French S011 O 9119 Ar ohns Doug I rrmqton Fa l A151 e .- E m Page fem 'J-2'1" 'UE U' Gangs. sc Q 0 1. um U GCC ,'-463 mu Q 05k -1E.g,....,,... - EAZWES- o ... ,. Us -:I-2U:'UUo 8-955uU'5E"' Eiuiwj E 0: Eigix fm: Egg g 2-2 -U, . 0 M w 4.0- mgi5d'52c xuumonx q u"':-.nu-"EF" ...Nook oo.- Q G 052 W ggriigwfx ..g....m 025.2 Er-1'5" 5-QQ 0 warg! 0- p..o.- s---was TE-AEEQ-IWSU' Pisa -225 oo . Q-f-1239-'g'30': H 33, E ' 055.-5.-Q EESQUQQSS 5 Q-IE Sw Z6-Wugcnm .2-'4w....--c 'E ,fog xxgm -nM .ug Ebsmgibrn Q0 - an :U-O .gh-0 Q. mmuowm S-1 Em . 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Row 4: Dick Hagen, Doug Anderson, Robert Swenson, Don Hollister, Glenn Parparts, Dickey Wunderlich, Dennis Birky. Row 5: Donna Bigley, Carole Knutson, Carol Magstadt, Verna Watts, Tom Bates, Kent Lindsey, Bob Brush. Row 6: Gordon Schlabs, Fritz Boyer, Bruce Ennis, Iohn Saverud, Don Andrews. Bill Erickson. Row 7: Dolores Knapp, Bob Best, Iacob Nelson, Don Eklund, Nancy Benke, Iudy Fetz. . 45 5 , ,W 1 1 'veg I l K w at ' , JUNIOR BAND K M H, F , A XT I I H For the first time in Flatheads M 5 H history the music department has a second band. This hand, under - the direction of Mr. Arestad, is composed larqely of underclass- rnen who are working toward rneznf bership in the concert hand. Page 99 AND FINALLY WE'RE ON OUR WAY TO GREAT FALLS AND THE GAME ED BECKSTRANDI CONCERT BAND DIRECTOR x-'ii nf. CONCERT BAND Serving the coniniunity and addinq zest to school functions describes the F. C. H. S. hand. Q During the football season the band staqea colorful ipaqeantry for each game. The first pageant was, "The , Red Feather" followed hy "Music in the Air" and X "Cinderella" h Q "ln Old New York" was the hands highlight of lan- uary. The concert consisted of special selections com- plete with floor show. lg April, the hand presented their annual sprinq con- ceit followed bv the District Mtisic Festival in 'Whitefish in which they participated. Mqy bfguaht tho State Music Festival in Missoula fgllgwed by the Spokane Lilac Festival, thus conipletinq another year of hand activities. ,, 'Q . 'V '-X' r, , ' ,, Ti ... S. T. -fl. AVN' ' 1 , ,. :-.. W.. ., A f 7 '. Pfjifi. 27-5 HREVEILLE' dkmfzea "-' hw:-.W ' .g,. " avr f-, .. w,r".m1.' '- fv-'ik' A ,.,?'-'Wei ' - THE BALL IS OVER FOR CINDERELLA ' mafia "Cinderella" was riresenled by the Flathead Band crl Kalispell in Oelober. ln November the band look the pcrqecmi to Greai Falls for the KcrlispellfGrefri Ffrlls Qcme. " . . AND THE SHOE FIT!" SHARON ALBRITTON AND FRED MUMBOWER af, '.a9,f ,N 731. "fzge..,,155f.3,.f,W,.,-ggf.g1, - X 5211" T V 'f 4Zi5,S4i"i1iQXri7iQ' A CROWN FOR CINDERELLA Th Mqygqg Shop Main Street Fumiiure Page 101 Kolord Iewelry 9 SNARE DRUM TRIO: IACK WALLER, KAREN WEED, TRUMPET TRIO: HARVY I-IALVORSON, IOHN LEE, GENE EISENMAN BOB BOLTON BASSOON SOLO: DOROTHY KINSHELLA CLARINET SOLO: ROGER IACOBSON 5 CLARINET SOLO: -rgnr T .z- . ,...,.. , L,:5.f '- -'12 .. -1-7, - . Page l02 Kalispell Bowl KATHY CALDER, 'nina and TROMBONE SOLO: LOWELL I-IALVORSON SNARE DRUM SOLO: QL GENE ElSENMANi BASS SOLOS: ' GARTH SKAAR SNARE DRUM SOLO: KAREN WEED acemfle BOB IOHNSON TRUMPET SOLO: M WERRE TRUMPET SOLO: JACK MCCLARTY W0Opw1ND TRIO: IEAN LENON, HELEN TRIPPET, SAXOPHONE QUARTET: HOD THOMSON, CAL PEGGY CALVIN CHRISTIAN, BOB GOHNICK. GARRY FRENCH Page 103 yt 1 At the piano: David Hunt Row Row 1: Bob Gornick, Garry French, Cal Christian, Rod Thomson, Rod Brewer. 2: lack McClarty, Harvy Halvorson. Bob Bolton, Bob Iohnson, Roger Siblerud, Ron Wilson. Percussion: Gene Eisenman, Bob Dickinson, Ioe Meeker. 006' 00164 Row Row Belle Row Rod Row lack Row Don Row Dance game! 1: Gene Eisenman, Iim Frach, Karen Weed. 2: Beverly Morrow, Helen Trippet, Dorothy Cole, Pe99Y Calvin, Marilyn McGuire, Ioanna r, Stewart Ness, David Cornell. 3: Wilma Hake, David Hunt, Shirley David, Larry Van Alstine, Dorothy Kinshella, Roger Iacobson, Brewer. 4: Garry French, Bch Gornick, Rodney Roberts, Doug Iohns, Bob Bolton, Harvy Halverson, McClarty. 5: Cal Christian, Rod Thomson, Iohn Morrison, Roger Siblerud, Dick Flynn, Lowell Halvorson, Martinson, Ray Fritz. 6: Ierry Kubu, Garth Skaar. Kneeling: Iudy Sheet, Iinny Lee. Stundin Icxnet McLeod Billie Kossoff o ce Fin- 92 . ' ' , I Y stud, Rczgncx Olson. 'fwdzleza How 1: Rochelle Wimer, Rose Ann Nofdtome, Cheryl McCcxhun, Patti Reid- inqer. Ianis Ferree. Row 2: Luveitcx Leberl, Dicme Almini, Geraldine Heber, Ioedy Blasdel, Bev- erly Cyr. Wasp gem. Row 1: Karen Kipp, Sheryl Wohlschlagar, Rosellu Taylor, Roberta Motichku, Ieanne Huskin. Row 2: Maxine Homan, Carol Ann 0' Con- nell, Ruth Klisis, Daisy Schonenberger, Iecxnine McDonald. Tip Top Drive Inn Typewriler Supply Co. WheeIer's Iewelry Page 106 5,5116 E! X .4 , K 'J LH' Inj W QNX :fl wmv? haw 2 raw 'N 96 A 1 vb x M, sk lax Dx .-4 fQ ...ff '2' L. J ..f' -uf ..-3 .1-2 ,...u- .nr -I .....4....r" x X 1 fl' ww' J 1 41' fe., oo " 5 1.13, Q 05 VFD! lltilg -s n-.. ' , Row l: Mr. Merritt. Sponsor: Rodney Roberts, Roger Schulze, Rosalie Tolleison, Treasurer: Rand Robbin, Vice President: Ray Fritz, President: Dorothy Kinshella, Secretary: Sheryl Wohlschlaqer, Carley Ridenour, Bert Deqlow, Cal Christian, Mr. Christison, Sponsor. Row 2: Claude Mumbower, Bob Durado, Carl Schrade, Bill Boberq, Mowry Keith, Linda Riedel, Lyle Aklestad, Larry Iones, Connie Meacham. Row 3: Dick Siderius, Wayne Livdahl, Gary Miller, Kenny Fordik, Sue McCubbins, Loneta Bartlett, Peggy Calvin, Wendy Miller, Gail Wilson, Gordon Schlabs. Row 4: Roger Siblerud, Everett O'Hare, Don Buckingham, Don Sutherland, Dick Taylor, Lloyd Tracht, Erlind Royer, Ioyce Alton, Phyllis Herbkersman, Charles Gies, Iim Meacham. :mmf 6 66 54. any FIRST SEMESTER Each student has a voice in the qovernina of Flathead throuah the Student Council which is comprised of elected representatives of each home room. Student Council is r uf "big business" as it controls the funds of all extra- curri- - L X cular activities. Traditional activities planned are the yn ,A ' Football Festival and All-Braves Day. Each year council members set up and decorate Q f 1 the huge Christmas tree in the main hall. , NWN Y 2557 7 4555 ig , x J. V ROSALIE --.4 TOLLEFSON ' Treasurer tl yearl RAND ROBBIN Vice President DOROTHY KINSHELLA Secretary J fi , 3 I RAY I-'RITZ pl-esideng CAREFUL WITH THOSE ICICLES! Page 108 L. k.,'J LQ. GET TO WORK, FELLOWS! EVERETT O'HARE I Presiden! tart i ' W MEL PETERSON R. ., Vice Presideni KAREN WI-SED Secretary SECOND SEMESTER ew, of 75.21, s. C 5.1 SJ Row I: Mr. Christison, Donna Lee Richardson, Ioan Bradley, Karen Weed, Iudy Ferguson, Rosalie Tolleison, Mr. Metritt. ' l Row 2: Ianis Christian, Donna Stenseih, Barbara ONexl, Ioan Ferguson, Ianice Ferree, Phyllis Sullivan, Diane Almini, Minta Shryock. Row 3: Myron Nordquisi, Tom Grimsrud, Roddy Thomson, Don Koford, Evy Sliier, Neil Overby, Ken Aadsen, TiPPY Clark- . U Row 4: Tom Bates, Wayne Livdahl. Bobby Dvrcrdo. Harvey Sterner, Gerald Kirschner, Bill Boberg, Gary Graham. , , U - How 5: Clifford Croskrey. Bob Holst, Harold Farris, lim Meacham, Dick Armstrong, Roger Thxberi. Row 5: Dixie Schqd, Connie Show, Lynneile Holombo, Karen O'Toole, Chuck Gies. Page 109 nu'- A '13 ms the officicxl jzubliccxtion of the Fw Flrxtlrsrxd Arrow has completed fir ',.' Oc: of service to Flcrtlrecrd I ' rliwh SCh0Ol. N356 marks the first , ir Q Arrow was printed :rs rr weekly THE FINISHED ARROW IS ENIOYED BY THE EDITORIAL STAFF A- .a-,' 1' J . 3 v. A rdf .,, x S ,.. af. ', ' 2 1 v lv, ,Vx , at ,sv I.: t 35,-K , ni. L I t v v A ,,-. Row I: Rand Robbin, Artist: Virgil Cork, lim Kittilsby, Sports Editor: Everett O'Hare, Bobbie Lou Wilson, News Editor: Mary Lou Murray, Editor-in-Chief: Loneta Bartlett, Feature Editor: Marilyn Peterson, Business Manager: Marie Ostroot. Row 2: Pearl Kunda, Dan Roviq, luanita Pulliam, Karen Weed, Connie Tippetts, Shirley Lee, Mariean Elwood Row 3: Carley Ridenour, Mr. Furlong, Editorial Advisor: Bob Bolton, Pat Gies, Helen Trippet, Mar- lene Iaccbson, Ioan Bradley, Sandra Milne. Dorothea Gawne, Caroline Curry. Row 4: Ken Aadsen, Wallace Rundhauq, Ray Siderius, Marvel Gardinq, Mr. Christison, Business Advisor. ad! BOBBIE AND LONETA SET THE ARROW UP IN GOOD STYLE EDITORIAL STAFF PROOF READ THE ARROW f' j REQ s '1""'t ... ,A ri 5 , r 'W we Row l: Monte lean Vance, Vivian Enqebretson, Betty Kinnick, Vice President: Ioedy Blasdel, President Betty Barnes, Secretary: Ruth Klisis, Treasurer: Carole Logan. Row 2: Mrs. Bahr, Sponsor: Ruth Turner, Adeline Fritz, Ioyce Hoffman, Lynnette Holombo, Connie Shew Karen O'Toole, Donna Biqley, Audrey Roraqen. Kitty Fleming, Gayle Scalf. Row 3: Idell Larson, Dianna Johnson, Sandra Vandal, Marlene Jacobson, Lorraine O'Boy1e. Carol Koenig, Shirley Iarnel. STATE CONVENTION DELEGATES WORKING ON PROIECTS lg,-'V .7f.,4. All future housewives should be interested in the Future Homernakf ers of America whose main pure pose is to create interest in home malcinq and better family relation- ships. The hiahliqhts of this year were an F. H. A. banquet, several parties, and joint projects with the F. F. A. wow! 'rwo smrm cuwsssx ua "AH Page EVERYONE ENIOYS SKITS Q .N ,wir , ..t..-Rw,4 TCF, ' if W --W-we 5- A A ,N I rg ,U ,,,f -"' .. GF' l'?"fQ'. -'taint' -. Y V ,. V1 A ,Q 2 "V"f so -r- 9 Row 1: Larry Marsh, Harry Woll, Gerald Yenne, Bill Stiles, Lonnie Mayer, Allen Zimmerman, David Grosswiler, Larry O'Connell, Ernest Aaberqe, Merle Barnes. Row 2: David Holland, Larry Harris, Pat Thompson, Lewis Hutton, Bob Iverson, Frank Harbin, Treas- urer: Gene Wohlschlager, Secretary: Rand Robbin, President: Harold Farris, Vice President: Edwin Donaldson, Russell Garvin, Rodlyn Bartleson, Wesley Swallow. Row 3: Kent Lindsey, George Klisis, Raymond Sanders, Carl Schrade, Calvin Powell, Ted Gibbs, David Baker, Alan Yenne. Del Raye Baker, Marvin Aycock. Iim Dull, Danny lackson, Larry McAtee. Row 4: Mr. Robinson, Sponsor: Leo Gallis, Lyman Warkins, Neal Graham, David Stroisch, Clifford Swallow, Ierry Hess, Bill Henderson, Noel Mather, Harry Hoslord, Larry Peebler, Mr. Lalum, Spon- Swallow, lerry Hess, Bill Henderson, Noel Mather, Harry Hosford, Larry Peebler, Mr. Luther Lalum, Sponsor. Row 5: Mike Manning, Ice Berosik, Renn White, Raymond Hrabik, Arthur Hanson, Ron Richards, Grover Woessner, Iohn Logan, Norman Davis, Iames Snell, Lyle Aklestad, Henry Wieferich, Richard Iones, Harlan La Brant, Ierry Ottedahl. Row 6: Iim Treweek, Ron Thibert, Larry Tommerup, Robert Mitton, Mike Guest, Iohn Taylor, Dave Rydquint, Iim Bolmors, Lillie Cooper, Blythe Stanton, Gary Graham, Denny O'Conne1l, Arlo Wells. OFFICERS VIEW THE NATIONAL AWARD WON FOR THE 13TH CONSECUTIVE YEAR RANDY AND HAROLD SHOW THEIR HEREFORDS AT THE FAIR This year marked the thirteenth winning of the National Gold Emblem Award by the Flathead Chapter of Future Farmers of America. F. F. A. students have won na- tional acclaiin because oi their outstand- ing work in iarminq, conservation, and citi- zenship. The chapter operates a farm to give the students actual experience in farm- ina. 9 f' n ' ,.41.9,'l!,P1 Em Stedie Brothers . Page ll2 Q . FN A DAY WITH F. F. A. xfffg' Q VATKJN "'??,9?, ,-ff--- ......g-. Af' VARIOUS P1-xAsEs or F. F. A. CONSERVATION AND PRESERVATION IS THEME QIQQQITTEES PLAN FOR FA1R FLOAT LEARNING TO REPAIR 'roo1.s IS IMPORTANT 'ro EDWIN DONALDSON RECEIVES CONRAD AWARD ANY FARMER FARM MACHINERY IS REALLY COMPLICATED BOYS LEARN PRACTICAL ASPECTS OP FABMING Page 113 was L SCHOOL SPIRIT SHINES ON PEP CLUB FLOAT 4 RESERVE CHEERLEADERS Page 115 Ierry Little, Billie Fairchild, Ioan Bradley, Ianet Houston. dad Row 1: Mr. Sweeney, Bob Miller, Chuck Funk, Eldon Kinniburgh, Don Sutherland, George Zanon, Don Mero, Bert Deglow, Pat Casey, Bob Dickinson. I Row 2: Bruce RubY. lim Byrne, Roddy Roberts, Iohn Slack, Herb Smith, Dave Rydquist, Harold Farris, ' Sl k. R:-anw 3?cDan Rovig, lerry Kirschner, Sam Lowman. Gordon Naethe, Dick Armstrong, Claude Mumbower, Tom Wagner, Roger Thibert, George Gay. 1 1 3. 3 ft lr v' 5 Row 1: Mrs. Arnold, Sponsor: Wendy Miller, Phyllis Eostic, Karen Peterson, Erlind Royer, Vice Presi- dent: Merle Barnes, Minta Shryock, Mary Lou Murray, Marie Ostroot, Helen Ballenqer, Iean Thompson, Io Ann Beller, Mr. Mattson, Sponsor. Row 2: La Donna Wimer, Diane Moore, Desiree Collette, Ianis Christian, Luann Westerhaus, Iudy Ferguson, Claudia Rawson, Carol Morton, Ioyce Alton, Bobbie Lou Wilson, Esther Woessner, Delores Lords, Bessie Harrah. Bow 3: Nancy Benke, Celeste Leitch, Lamona Claridge, Diane Buckingham, Sandra Borgen, Mary Ianet Hughes, Ioan Ferguson, Donna Stenseth, Earlene Burcham, Diana Fisher, Karen Simons, Ioan Nordtome, Delores Rocks. Row 4: Netia Ridenour, Ierralyn Anderson, Barbara Berry, Pat McBride, Carol Chrisinqer, Marv Ball- Myrna Slater, Betty Bames, Pat Glass, Lucille Bossler, Mahlum, Faye Stubbs, Dave Sowerwine, Lloyd Tracht, enger, Arlene Slater, Betty Ertz, Mariorie Burton. Row 5: Lorraine Langbell, Ardith Gray, Arlene Cal Christian, Sharon Cornell, Carol Christison, Katy Aker, Phyllis Kauffman. Row 6: Teresa Archibald, Pat Rice, Tele Boveng, Cheryl McCahan, Le Anna Waters, Neil Overby, Presi- dent: Charles Redfield, Lyle Harris, Lavonne Lautaret, Carolyn Lautaret, Glenis Haven, Sue Ann Mc Cubbins, Bonnie Tiffany. Row 7: Virginia DeVoe, Carol Knutson, Gale Scalf, Floris Mullens, Ianet Thompson, Barbara Young, Marcia Dukleth, Donna Manley, Sharon Meyers, Dixie Schad, Barbara Wills, Barbara Gralow. 0 Q,-3 Q ,A f 1 l fm .K I Highlights of this interdenominational ' group include huilding a float for the Youth Fair Parade, preparing Thanksgiving food BIBLE CLUB Page 116 X baskets, and arranging a spring banquet for inernloers and pastors ol local churches. MEMBERS WORKING ON THEIR FIRST PLACE FLOAT lligwff 6 MEMBERS PREPARE THANKSGIVING BASKETS Y I t - Z 1 f- .v-,'. BIBLE CLUB' " ,-1 Ent How l: Mrs. Arnold, Sponsor: Diane Moore, Wilma Lampman, Lamona Claridge, Carolyn Kembel, Sec- retary: Maxine Siblerud, President: Celeste Leitch, Vice President: Cheryl McCahan, Treasurer: Beverly Greer, Sally Thompson, Faye Stubbs, Pat Irwin, Shirley Lee. Row 2: Dorothy Kinshella, Dixie Schad, Ioann Sundelius, Marcia Dukleth, Barbara Young, Ierry Anderson, Beverly Gronley, Susan Sollid, Diane Buckingham, Linda Klingler, Marlene Rasmussen, Sandra Borqen. Diane Almini. Carley Ridenour, Billie Fairchild, Elaine Aklestad, Paula Brown, lone Anderson, ludy Loehr, lane Harmon. Aliatthy McCulloch, Karen O'Toole, Connie Tippetts, Sue Story, Ioan Bradley, Caroline Curry, Sharon ritton. Row 4: Barbara Sias, Betty Baker. Ieanita Merritt, Barbara Boorman, Vera Goulet, Ioan Ferguson, Janet Hughes, Nancy Benke, Lorraine Langbell, Marcia Daley. loner Houston, Ierry Little. 2- Dreamina ofa merry Christmas can come true throuqh the efforts of the Y-Teens White Christmas Drive. Service to their community and school is the goal oi these girls, who sponsor a clothinq drive for needy children of other countries. MAXINE PRESENTS SALVATION ARMY WXTH GIFTS CAROLINE AND SALLY ENTERTAIN AT BANQUET X0 ,ae '19 F 0 ,+ YC YOU'LL HAVE TO GROW SOME TO BEAT HIM KW 6 "Step right up and buy your peanuts!" This familiar call can be heard in Flathead halls at Christmas time, when the Key Club sells peanuts to help the crippled children. Key Club is an honorary service club, and all candidates must maintain a "2" average to be eligible for membership. Rod Brewer was elected lieutenant qovernor of Key Club for Montana at the sprinq convention. KEY CLUB CONTRIB UTES T0 POLIO DRIVE How 1: David Sowerwine, Gary Miller, Gene Iellison, Roddy Brewer, Secretary: Sid Shrauger, President: Hay Fritz, Vice President: Don Buckingham, Treasurer: lack Keith, Everett O'Hare, Mr. Merritt, Sponsor. Row Z: Sam Lowman, Roger Schulze, Dan Roviq, Rod Roberts, Myron Nordquist, Mel Sutherland, Dave Hunt, Tom Grimsrud, Roger Iacobson. How 3: Dennis Burton, Garry French. Don Koford, Chuck Funk, Gary Wagener, Ierry DiGiovanni, Jim Kittilsby, Lloyd Tracht. Page 118 li? V ASSEMBLY BOOSTS DRIVE n ..-1 "0LlVE" HELPS DECORATE THE FLOAT undue fed wee A Flolheod sludenl tr:1vc'lmf5 in l-long Korlq might hear the strains of our bond fzrzfl 152.017 throuqh the Iniemolionol Exchcxnqe Proqrrzzn of Music sponsored by the llmisr Red Cross Council.. Members olso old The Senior Red Cross in lheir oclivities. Row 1: Mr. Mattson, Sponsor: Celesie Leilclr, Sheryl Wohlschluger, Sandro Borqen, Loneia Bartletl, Presi- dent: Marie Ostrool, Secretary: Dorothy Kmshella, Mxss.Lewxs, Sponsor. Row 2: Iudy Ferguson, Bobbie Lou Wrlson, Peggy Colvm, Claudlu Rcxwson. Mary Lou Murray, Carol Morton, Helen Trippel, Recorden. Iudy Qersienberger, Pearl Kunda, Ioyce Alton. How 3: Earlene Burcham, leamla Memfl, lun Huqhes, Ioan Ferguson, Donna Stenseth, Barbara Boorman, Efnnd RUYUI Mik' Kundc' Page 119 5 Vi' ax? Row l Anita Kair ldell Larson Rand Bobbin Vice President: Pat Rice, President: Helen Trippet, Row 2 Desiree Collette Barbara Wills Sharon Dale, Frances Bower, Mildred Larson. Row 3 Minta Shryock Tamara Russell Deanna Herron, Ieanie Haskin, Anna Lou Little, Mariean Nyquist Arlene Lapp Sandra M11ne Mary Hansen. Row 4 Monte Oehrlmg lack Waller Greg Blake Bill Brown, lim Timlick. SAVAVAV r The Art Club aims to promote interests and activities which further art talents. This year the group is beginning an annual project of sponsoring an art contest open to all high school students. Any one may enter and the most outstanding pieces ot art work will be judged and awarded. To be eligible for Art Club one must be in an advanced art class. Karen Rydberq Bette Rothweiler Darlene Sparks Donna Richardson, Carol Spencer. Tele Bovenq Helen Tnppet Maxine Siblerud Miss Field, Sponsor: Wendy Miller, Marie Ostroot Marilyn Peterson Celeste Leitch Ioyce Stecher, Claudia Rawson. to meet people Page 120 Ztaim The orange and black uni forms of Flathead s ushers are a familiar sight in the halls ot F. C. H S for these girls usher at school and civic functions. Girls are sel ected on the basis of service personality and the ability fit? i nVAVA X X N, 3 1 1 , U R 'Farlez Vous Fran- cais?" Members of the French Club strive to learn not only the French lanquaqe, but also try to understand the customs, culture, and people of France. A banquet of French food, travel movies, and speakers are part oi the proqrarn. Row 1: Sitting: Mary Guile. Shirey Iames, Betty Ertz, Lorraine Lanqbell, Row 2: Carole Knudtson, Yvonne Schonenberqer, Betty Baker, Ioan Ferguson. Row 3: Ianet Houston. Max- ine Homan, Secretary-Treas- urer: Roberta Christenson, lane Harmon. Row 4: Sheryl Wohlschlaqef, Celeste Leitch, President: Carol O'Connell. Faye Stubb, Arlene Mahlum. Row l: Standing: Mrs. Cal- der, Sponsor: Etta Hesse. Ianet McLeod, Ierry Little. Patti Lyonais, Lorene O'Neil. Terrilyn Peterson, David Sowerwine. Don Blair, Dor- othy Lich, Georgia Wagner, Ray Siderius, Vice President: Iohn Schutt, Ioe Murphy. Ian Tallada, Dennis Iohnson. Page 121 ,pw Row 1: Lnda Duncan, Dona Eklund, Deanna Yerkes, Diane Vandal, Pat McBride. Row 2: Barbara Boorman, Ieanita Merritt, Ioann Mendel, Iudy Ger- stenberger, Peggy Calvin, Claudia Rawson, Iudy Ferguson. Row 3: LeAnna Waters, Donna Richardson, Secretary-Treasurer: Marcia Dukleth, Carolyn Kembel, Barbara Young, Karen Peterson, Vice Pres- ident: Diane Moore, President Marilyn Young, loanne Beller, Joyce Stecher. Row 4: Roger Schulze. Mr. Hamilton, Sponsor. ,acmdai Eatina a country's food Cenchiladas! tacos! trijolesll is a unique Cand tastyl way to become acquainted with the Spanish people. Spanish children in Monterrey will soon be enjoyinq the facilities oi a new school, to which the Spanish Club is contributina. in ,4 VF fs 4 1 A113 an 4 1. .t Q T f 'rf'-g x x,,,.Q,:. ,,, -wi s 3,. '. 'ew 1 1 A 4 er ,:1-h:- , 1, 2 . Q.,s,.. , Row 1: Loneta Bartlett, Claudia Rawson. Minta Shryock, Secretary-Treasurer: Marie Ostroot, Mary Lou Murray, Marilyn Peterson, Luann Westerhaus. Row 2: Dorothy Kinshella, Sharon Vick, Karen Weed, lack Sanders, Dallan Gleason, Charlotte Deitrick, Karen Rydberg, Wendy Miller. Row 3: Iudy Ferguson, Pat Rice, Diane Moore, Linda Duncan, Edwin Donaldson, Marshall Guile, Dan Rovig, George Klisis. Neil Overby. Row 4: Garry French. Don Buckingham, Everett O'l-lare, Ray Fritz, Pete Larson, Sid Shrauger, Vice President: Cal Christian, President: Roger Iacobson, lim Kittilsby. MEMBERS ARE TAPPED IN CANDLELIGHT CEREMONY I . I I Q 'H i ati Lad 6064. ii' fl Q Q I, r Membership in the National Honor Society tx is one of the highest honors students can at- 7 tain. Qualifications are based on leadership, scholarship, Character and service. This year the aroup went to Columbia Falls to orqanize a society there. Their impressive initiation cer- emonies are arnonq the hiqhliqhts of Flat- head life. MEMBERS CHOSEN AS JUNIORS r 4.1 1 my t no Q . , A ,I on 'K 1 -it f' . 8 '- , ,V 5 SERVICE Row l: Claudia Rawson, Loneta Bartlett, Luann Westerhaus, Marie Ostroot, Mary Lou Murray, Minta Shryock, Marilyn Peterson. Page 122 Row 2: Everett O'Hare, Ray Fritz, Pete Larson, Sid Shrauger. Cal Christian, il Row l: Marilyn Peterson, Loneta Bartlett, Bobbie Wilson, Mary Lou Murray, Iim Kittilsby, Everett O'Hare, Dan Rovig. Row 2: Mariean Elwood, Iuanita Pulliam. Claudia Rawson, Sandra Milne, Marvel Garding, Luann Westerhaus, Bonnie Baker, Minta Shryock, Dorothy Kinshella. l Row 3: Wendy Miller, Karen Weed, Ken Aadsen, Virgil Cork, Roger Livdahl, Don Buckingham, Diane Moore, Helen Trippet. ad!! cmd aww To be initiated into Quill and Scroll is the ambition oi students who enjoy writ- ing. lt is an honorary society for juniors and seniors who have distinguished thern- selves in the three fields of journalism at Flathead, namely Annual, Arrow, and Qujver. BOYS' STATE . "' 'cg 2 '----- .,-.Y,,,, , ,,,,, , -'f""' ' V '- 2..:. g 1 , 1. K . .L FN - ,, , .-T 4, V+ . ., , v .........-- l 'N wg! GIRLS' STATE Delegates: Donna Richardson, Tele Bovenq, Connie Tippetts. Alternaies: Peggy Calvin, Leanna Waters, Iudy Ger- stenberger. Standing: Maxine Siblerud, Delegate: Ioyce Alton, Al- ternate. Each year a few of the top students of the junior class are Selected by the faculty to represent airls' and boys' slate which is hold in the suzniner. Here they enter into an intensified rroararn of the principles of city and state qovernrncnt. Row l: Dave Rydquist, Dave Sowerwine, Gene Jelli- son, Erlind Royer. Row 2: Ken Fordik, Virgil Cork, Roger Schulze, Ray Siderius. Page 123 lfllqli school stmlents who enjoy cwrillvv writ- mq lmfl Cl qood Of,ffOlllll'l- ity to exp ress themselves N1 Qmvor Club. Efxcli yecu they Qilzl Cmfl publish the "Quivey" rx collicliou of the boot of the writlnqs of Flullwgxri SlllClOI1lF. K OUI UV!!! QQ' Row 1 Linda Duncan Virgil Cork President Earlene Burcham Pearl Kundc. Row 2 Dixie Eaton Virginia Walters Vice Presxdeni Iamce Kolden Wilma Hendrickson, Shirley David, PREXY VIRGIL TEACHES GEOGRAPHY DALLAN ANSWERS QUESTIONS OF INTERESTED STUDENTS gilt' wsu' ,, , qt .. -is .i A. I ra fir ,,, f Row 1: Ed Speelman, Bob Gornick, David Sowerwine, Secretary: Ray Fritz, President: Don Gorton, Vice President: Ron Counsell, Mr. Nelson, Sponsor. Row 2: Roger Schulze, Dan Roviq, Roqer Livdohl, Everett O'l'Icxre. Don Buckingham, George Taylor, Gordon Herron, George Iohnson. Row 3: Brit Cotron, Leslie Cooper, Don Mcxrtinson, Lcxrry I-Icxrris, Bill Stiles, Chuck Byrne, Don Day, Kent Klawitter. cdeace Za! To prornoie interest in science is the main purpose of the Science Club. The "fission fiends" supervise the onnufii school science fair, They try to encourczqe in- ieresied students to work on projects the previous summer. BOB GORNICK, GRAND PRIZE WINNER AT TI-IE SCIENCE I-'AIR I 5 ...V i X -'A M4321 m Af-:par-,Ar sky ' ' - in- 1 I ..,.-'4'-,- Page 126 DON GORTON AND ALASTAIR BURNS DISPLAY THEIR SCIENCE I-'AIR PROIECTS Row l: Rochelle Wimer, loyce Finstad, Darlene Sparks, Secretary: Bill Stiles, President: Ray Fritz, Vice President: Gene Wohlschlaqer, Ed Casne, Bill Brooks, George Klisis, Diane Moore. Row 2: Donna Kipp, lean Marsh, Catherine Homan, Maxine Homan, Mary Pierson, Deanna Tallent, Pat Tallent, Wayne Olmsstead, Don Coverdell, Michael Kunda. Row 3: Carole Olson, Carolyn Hansen, Rose Wishart, Ruth Klisis, Carol Anne O'Connell, La Donna Wimer, Iudy Street, Robert Howard, Ed Speelman, Lewis Hutton. Row 4: Io Anne Nelson, Raqna Olson, Adeline Fritz, Maura Stone, Sandra Vandal, Glenda Strauss, Iuanita Pulliam. Ardell Enqebretson, Gene Clark, Garth Skaar, Larry Marsh. Row 5: Kathy Pierson, Elaine Anderson, Monte lean Vance, Lois Carter, Deanna Kostka, lanny Hughes. Lorraine Huttoo, Karen O'Toole, Chuck Byrne, Lyle Hummel, lerry Kubu, Bill Henderson. OFFICERS SELECT RECORDS game Dance 6445 "Grab your lieriey and g roriiezicxdelu Lively recreation is provided for fill interested Flathead Stliderits by the Square Dance Club. The qroup purticipfrtes in the courityf ,095 wide square dfirice festival Q-very year. ' br, . WAAQ 1, SWING YOUR GAL, DOE-PASS OH! Page 128 Sawywamm. yy -A Row 1: Ken Fordik. George Taylor: Vice President: Roger Livdahl, President: Roger Schulze, Lyman Warkins. Row 2: Brit Catron, Secretarv-Treasurer: Tom O'Neil, Eugene Clark, Dick Siderius, Gordon Herron. Row 3: Russell Sias. Tom Coker. David Claypool, Ioe Nordtome. Lloyd Tracht. KEEP YOUR EYES ON THE BIRDIE! Pioiectionists contribute their services to teachers, . 4 S25 1' ' school organizations and other community qroups run- nina the projector in the Little Theater. To qualify for membership, students must pass an operation and main- tenance test on visual equirfnient. 5.1-7.14, -A Girls interested in volleyball, basketball, badminton softball, etc., are tiraed to join the Girls' Athletic Associa tion. Every other year ten qualified airls are sent to M S. U. tor Playdfzy in which qirls from several towns parf ticipate in qrotiit and individual sports. Row l: Sharon Buck, Delores Rock, Lorraine Hutton, Monte lean Vance. Beverly Morrow. Sharon Chris- qensen, Elaine Kinniburqh, Secretary-Treasurer: Marian Manning, Marilyn O'Boyle, Olive Lewis, Sponsor. Row 2: Patsy Doverspike, Marvel Gardmq, Vice President: Adeline Fritz, Sandra Vandal, Louise Grier, Linda Duncan, President: Margie Burton, Iudy Kirby, Ioan Nordtome. Ardis Rasmussen. P 129 aqe 7:9 f , ' Swv' i s f-:ww -K ., A . FN A A , 3 ,- f, A.. - - , .,.,. I , iff. Q .. -- ., . . F.-Witt 3 R qi ,, ,M ,gr 2 ,vt wg,-ix rgyzla' fig e xl Q ll 4 5 'vw Q 'GN . ,E y ' I , 'A . f f- will E X .. f I ..- " nu J Q ' 75? S a f ' kk- ' 1 ar Y: 1 Q rf: f ' f f if Y Q 5, t 45 M 1 Q53 f . Q 3, 'xt'-Y I xx ! RYA X faq, ' A Y , l h W .. '1 ' g5,..4,, ,ye, T 1 - 4 , A r in , ', -' if' x V I . J 1: .A T -L! K -."l5ug'A,' 'Zi ff 5 I I " Q Vow' 4 4 1- - P f ki.. -. Q "A Row 1: Mr. McCulloch, Sponsor: Allen Michels, Nick Eaton, Bruce Bergmann, Bill Cousineau, Gordon Hanson, Gordon Naethe, Wallace Maroney, Iohn Slack, Denis Kirby. Row 2: Simon Tvedien, Iim Frach, Mike Hansen, David Cornell, Ierry Kubu, Frank Sutton, Dave Syth, Scott Westphal, Don Ramsey. Row 3: Faye Stubbs, Iohn Church, Larry Hagerman, Derril Dern, Bob Woodland, William Spurzem. Gerald Lonqacre, Secretary-Treasurer: Bcb Frach, Art Hoye, Bob Thompson. Row 1: Iohn Novak, Dick Ziesmer, President: Bernard Connor, Tom Caudill, Iohn Struble, Dave Sauerbier, Bob Stahlberq, Arqol Drollinger. Mark Bunker, President: not pictured. Many cl'1ilclren's Christrnases were brightened because of the efforts of the Trades and lndustries Clubs annual Christmas toy repair project. These auto rnech- anics students also sponsor an economy race, the winner beinq the boy whose car uses the least aas on a specified run. TIME OUT TO EAT--ANNUAL FATHER AND SON BANQUET PIXIN' 'EM UP! HMMM! THIS IS INTERESTING Page 130 ,,.. Gathering attendance slips, lilinq, and typing are only a few of the rnany duties of the office helpers, who aid both students and teachers in the school and quidance offices. Seated: Row l: Peq9Y Gilbertson, Beverly Greer, Sandra Borgen. Seated: Row 2: Iudy Gerstenberger, Ellen Kelch, Barbara Fatherree, Sandra Milne. Standing: Peggy Calvin, LeAnna Waters. Kar- en Peterson, lean Lenon, Mary Ballenger, Louise Greer, Joyce Alton, Karen Holand, Arlene Mahlum, Maxine Siblerud, Faye Staab, Geraldine Dale, Faye Goulet, Arlene Correll. Q , . STUDY HALL H ELPERS Library assistants are selected by Miss Kurtz to assist her with her library duties. Row 1: Io Lynn Siderius, Mariannalllune, MGFQW Burton, Betty Ertz, Linda Duncan, Miss Kuff!- Row 2, pug Pqulog, Ioedy Blasdel, Ianet Holmes. JoAnn Mendel. Patty Gies. . How 3: Cheryl McCahan, Eleanor Klemhans, Dar- lene Sparks, Iuanita Pulliam, Luella Pedersen, Vir- ginia Walter. Page 131 i OFFICE ASSISTANTS Seniors, if you have nothing to do in study hall why not make yourself useful and volunteer your services as a study hall helper? The duties are relatively simple checkinii roll and checking pass slips for validity. Row 1: Carley Ridenour, Geraldine Dodd, Sharon Sutton. Row 2: Deanna Yerkes, Shirley Jensen, Roberta Motichka. Row 3: Barbara Kirkpatrick, Ardis Rasmussen, Pat Hersman, Genie Egan, Karen Holand, Grace Hanes. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS .x 1. c HM IX Row 1: Dorothy Kinshella, Sally Thompson, Helen Trippet, Sharon Cornell, Bob Dickinson, Sandra Borgen, Betty Baker, Nancy Benke. Row 2: Gary Kittleson, Chuck Lorentzen, Iohn Logan, Connie Tippetts, Tele Boveng, LeAnna Waters, Carol French Carole Lo an, ean Lenon Donna Richardson can Bradle , 9 I . , I y. Row 3: Clifford Croskrey, lim Namen. Fritz Royer, Tom Grimsrud, Roger Siblerud, Bill McGuire, Arlene Correll. George Gay, Bruce Ennis. Row 4: Doug lames, Bob Gornick, Stuart Gosney, Chuck Richards, Sharon Albritton, Pat Gies, Billie Fairchild. Caroline Curry, Marilyn Peterson, Marie Ostroot. A pair of skis, SU cents for dues, and lots of intestinal fortitude are all the requirements tor membership in the Ski Club. The club sponsors a bus to Biq Mountain every skiable Saturday. Here members enjoy the beautiful scenery and the top skiinq conditions Bio Mountain provides. Swine Seann. sim' N x K-'Ln-... SKIERS PREPARE FOR A BIG DAY t up CJ We K , t ,V 9, Y ff x r ' 4 Y Hr N Vx ,f A trip around Montana is the qoal of the Senior Girl Scout troop. They are also working on a five point proqram: l. Camping: 2. Ser- vice: 3. Emerqcncy Preparation: 4. Your Girl Scout Council, and 5. Exgandinq Your interests. Row 1: Miss Olalson, Peggy Calvin, Helen Trippet, Pat Gies, Miss Sorvig. Row 2: Nancy Poston, Desiree Collette, Arlene Mahlum, Faye Staab. Row 3: Donna Richardson, Loretta Everett, Deanna Herron. Page 132 .fx 7 ar I ' I II I I U L 4 Q- -G , I I . A, ,. ,149 Q utwfv 0 I H31-'firilmi MR. WI SK Nfuw aw 5 A Flin CLUB ACTIVITIES SOUDER DIHECTS CAROLS NEWLY ELECTED F. F. A. OFFICERS NNERS OF ART CONTEST PAINTING MURALS I CLUB SACKS PEANUTS ALL BRAVES DAY WINNERS AWARDED THEIR PRIZES BIBLE CLUB BANQUET Page 133 1X4 if ,,,,'1'5D s I THEY DON'T STUDY ALL THE TIME MRS. ARNOLD CROWNS RUSTY AND CLAUDIA AT BIBLE CLUB BANQUET MR. KAMBICH GETS A SHOE SHINE SENIORS LEAD "ALL BRAVES DAY" PARADE Page 134 WINNERS OF SCIENCE FAIR AI-I! TI-IIS ONE IS BEST! "I SPEAK FOR DEMOCRACY" CONTESTANTS PRACTICE THEIR SPEECHES 5 aan wif 14 Q qw Gm fa g h fm 'ij Qdwiiffgs WQMW' Mfem-aria FB 7610 Kimi: wir Q pm Gila M. fbwgim ww! S f I w wx! Z ,Fx My.. ,. 4 I by my Q ji' Q Sw 'Z 4 Q, fy AA 4 ,E V' .? W r W7 QF M ff ' if . QD 'W- flrj .. 4- ,W P? V 43 5 'f 1 W' Af- 4 H iw We 2' 'A w. if 1 ' A 1 W M -A f ' ' A . f x f ' s TY VARS irst Row: Bo Miller, George Gay, Neil Graham. Gordon Naethe, im Meacham, Frank Third Row: Coach Sweeney, erry Kirschner, Sam Lowmcm, ohn Slack, Roger Thibert, Bill abbcxg , ill r er. arrinqton, o urado, Harold Farris, Pete Larson, Coach Kcmbic . Con ow: im Slcr k, Tom Wagoner, Bert Deglow, Don Mero, Dick Armstrong, Rod Stein- F urth Row: Don Sutherlcrn , George Kinniburqh, Chuck Funk, George Zcrnon, Herb Smith, metzer, Claude Mumhower, Roger Norton. im Byrne, ave Ry quist, Dan Rovig, ' ti l .S r-. u- .-. 'U 'U Q .D QQ O - lu U .2 U -QD- r-. DD In U 4,51 'U 0 VJ Bank Tne Conrad Na oncx ,,, ,,,g,4A-V , -gg- SEASON 'S RECORD Flathead' 6 Kellogg, ldaho O Flathead Zl Livingston 7 Flathead 13 Bozeman l3 Flathead l4 Billings l9 Flathead 7 Great Falls 39 Flathead l2 Butte 7 Flathead l6 Anaconda U Flathead 6 Missoula 25 ' Non-conference game FINAL BIG I0 STANDINGS Tearn W l. T Pts. Butte Central Y 6 l O l4 Great Falls 4 3 U 8 Helena 7 ,, , ,, 4 3 U 8 Flathead , , 3 4 O 6 Butte ,, , 3 4 U 6 Bozeman , ,, s,,, 2 4 l 5 Livingston 2 4 l 5 Billings , H, H, l 4 2 5 Anaconda l 6 O 2 Missoula 7 O U l-4 IOHN SLACK, Guard UM 51-ACK End MERO PICKS A FEW TOUGH YARDS Page 137 DON SUTHERLAND End ELDON KINNIBURGH End CHUCK FUNK Center HERB SMITH Quarterback it F FL -4 N k,Q,..a, wang ".. HA". , 'I-, iii. ,L v 'mv' . ':'3'!+"1.,f' , T 1 ,,,. . 03 -'Q 'WKQN xi' an ROGER THIBERT BOB DURADO, Line GEORGE GAY, Line BILL PARKER, Line Back 3 'A' ' Tl-lEY'LL MAKE IT? V f-Q. Q f af W . . 3' A 'Q 'fi 2' N I ,J ' FRANK CABBAGE Back DAVE RYDQUIST Line SAM LOWMAN Buck Page 138 GORDON NAETHE, Line DICK ARMSTRONG, Line 'E-LH' YH J .1 0 ' ' A! F . of f Y" -v. Rf f. ' " I Tfa. V V ,VS bl -f .:f'f.1.':"f 51 . , , nf , :Q J ,M RY. L -r Q W V H -'L In , , ,E .-vv eil? V A , Q, ,1 A ig yL5 Vjhwg ' iaxgfi, 4 2 YTV1 H f I fx ff..,, l , "I A" : ff A ir'-v1J'g,g2 if mf fif: f' A .-W eff , 1" ' 'K ' A' W' 'V W me-2, f 47 M f X X ,arf 2 If I' , ' 4' J- -Li v. ,,-lj 41.5, . 3 R 'Q 1- h f 1' " sw A 53" ui ,Y I, 'I . . , -.H in A yu. Hb, My - Q - Q Q ' Q - 3211113 -' -. - +V' -- af Aim Li, . 512- A .V 23 V' IIM MEAC!-IAM TOM WAGONER IERRY KIRSCHNER COACH JIM SWEEN EY BILL FARRINGTON IIM BYRNE NEIL GRAHAM Page 139 BOB NORTON A - .4 .Aj Y '5 s Wa- ,, ... A 4, :man A: 5 ' - 5 .,., , . 7 2 in ' A r :D W ta -2' fe- if-E--1 -my-I 13: ,i A 4 f L 1, - - , 1 ,ig LA L X' B1 4' ' if 4 'N 1 1 ' ft!! on ' E 5 " QLSW fi ' ' X Q 'L , ir 1' , l ri fish V. :rf X I . R I x l , , Y 'tl . 1 3 .14 -s.e-,,,- 5 J Front row: Dennis Olson. lack Cusick, Wayne Olmstead, Bob Paul Amundson, Rod Powdll, Bob Best, Lymcrn Warkins Dick Naethe, Tom Grimsrud, Iim Stotts, Rodney Roberts. Siderius, Marvin O'Lexey, Marlin Iensen, Coach. Second row: Mickey Barge, Bill Parker, Larry Hagerman, Bill Fourth row: Dave Tinney, Bob Stanton, Bob Durado hm Mea Boberq, Roger Norton, Bob Iohnson, Bill Kinniburqh, Kent Kinni- cham, Hank Elliot, Larry Hebert, Monte Oehrlinq, Paul Gmgery burgh, Dick Hines. Third row: Coach Bergstrom, Harvey Sterner, CROSKREY AROUND END 6 INACTIVE RESERVE? ,i. T, , W' , SP .....-nw 5 F 'slew 1 ,L .if SCRIMMAGE 1 Page l40 ,yn W v Q it y., 4 Q 1 ' 'P J , 'l , - A A W 4 'W - 1 xg' Xi Row 1 Clifford Kip Croskrey, Allan Gibson, Kent Arnett, Bruce Ennis Michael Mamo Ierry Slack Doug James Richard Hagen. Row 2 hm Lenqsiori Iohn Fenske, Dennis Burke, Larry Iones Iames Gardmg Dlck Wunderlich Row 3 Bruce Fmstad Iacob Nelson, Chuck Gies. Bob Engelbach Lyle Hummel Ron Albxston Ron Icy Pat Reynolds Ixm Treweek, Clifford Haven. 1044 7 mm THE MAKING OF A FUTURE VARSITY TEAM 5 5 Lu. 1 x ' rnosn nous:-x IT up page 141 1.1 PE ry fi 'iw Left to R1gl.t. Karen Rydberg, 1955 Queen, Erlmd Boyer, Elwne Aklestad, Iuniors: Calvin Christian, Marie Ostrovt. Seniors: Billie Fairclrld, Wilbur Walters, Attendants: Celeste Leitch, Myron Nord- quist, Sophomores: Sue Ann McCubbins, Gordon Schlabs, Freshmen: Pete Larson, F Club President, Mel Peterson, Emcee. 7956 ddfddgg 7eaz'dm6 A 2 CI, ,X vs f SPIRIT SPARKED BY SNAKE DANCE CD RADIANT QUEEN MARIE AND ESCORT PETE LARSON ROYALTY REIGNS AT FOOTBALL STADIUM CLIMAX Isch and Iordahl Page 142 I 7 6 Wmailq 48 42 Row l: Ralph Bergstrom, Coach: Don Sutherland, Pete Larson, Eldon Kinniburgh, Pat Casey, Larry ' M McCubbms, anager. Row 2: Herb Smith, Dave Rydquist, Sam Lowman, Bob Bolton. Row 3: Dave Tinney, Frank Cabbage, Bob Durado. BASKETBALL ROUNDUP Going into the Big lO basketball tourney as definite underdogs, Flatheads cagers defied the experts by eking out a 57-56 win over the towering Billings Broncs, and thereby advanced to the regular tourna- ment contests. Flathead, by virtue of its ninth place con- ference standing journeyed to the Western Divisional Big lil tourney at Helena to play the Billings Broncs in a "sudden death" elimination tilt. Livingston defeated the Braves 75-65 and Bozeman eliminated the Flathead auint in a 58-54 heartbreaker in the other Flathead contests. "The Thundering Herd" from Great Falls copped first in the tourney, Anaconda, sec- ond: Butte Central, third, and Butte Public, fourth. Flathead posted a six win, twelve loss record in the newly created Big lU con' ference giving them a .333 per cent league average. ln total season play they com- piled a 9-15 record for a total season per cent average of 375. ln the total defense department Flat- head's Mighty Warriors ranked fourth in the league, but were ninth in the all-im' portant offense department. The Braves gave up a total of l,O3l points and scored 962 for a season point spread of -69 or approximately -3 points per game. HERB GOES UP FOR A LAY-UP Page 143 ,,.....,x gr' .Man Ao. 5 nf , 4 QS. . six Y 3 Qi t I 15,3 3 ,op E A L X , "L -'42 Y Q nun It 1 N . 1 If 3 x fi ' 1 0 5' Q ffga. W' Sf lyk-Q if fp M if !Lk At 4 2 I . x , WU! 15, WV , S su! 1 QQ! ! V 31579 633 ' ,ff H"4.f in r 0' 4-1' 3245? M 3' 5' V" gif: ka A .1 , I af I lung' Q , 1.5 1 r Z If xii' A L22 I mx , .:' .jlf - ' GR M A N Z Sf .vhs ,, 4 tg , , f , ,' , . 'fs i" ,Q , 4 ' QT' 4. ' 'A .r 1 'A of D E mx? n 1' A. 1 Q ll 912 on 5' ., JK -. Ii L ' 1 n . n ,. 2' wg M-.-...sh ' I f , 13- f 'X ' ffl M..,,,5w 'N- A, WX nl in-mr' I' X- X DICKINSON, Slalom ROLL, Downhill SKI TEAM MEMBERS EARN POINTS FOR 'F' A ,fz af. 7 . , 112931. BARRIER. Slalom LOGAN, Iumping :vga , K 335.14 3' GAY. Slalom BARRIER, Iumpmg :ef ' 0' ' I . D ,SA Q . ,S W gl S5 Qi, M 'Y Page 153 mek . Y . Y, 1 f 1 , 1, g. 49 Page 154 r I l I .ff BOY MEETS SKY an., w. , , ON YOUR MARKS . . . GET SET . . K lx" my 1 UGHHH! I U 1 i. 1' 3 A .fyul I A e ' wth , ""' 'mx Q . .g f Y:'?51':z7'sf'. . ,M-gf 'J ' f:,',15 l . ip 3 ,, If 5 ' ll! Row 1: Doug Iames, Roger Pauli, Larry Iones, Kip Croskrey, Don Mero, lim Meacham, Rich Hagen, Don Hollister, Tom Wagoner, Roger Thibert, Bob Durado. Row 2: Sidney Stryker, Bob Engelbach, Bill Boberg, Herb Smith, Bert Deglow, Ronny Van Auker, Frank Cabbage, Ken Fordik, Sam Lowman, Robert Best, Tom Grimsrud, Dick Armstrong, Gordon Naethe. Marvin O'Lexey. 3: lan Iewett, Ron Ioy, Wayne Livdahl, Ron Du Puy, Lowell Goodman, Paul Gingrey, Tom Bates. Amundson, Blyth Stanton, Robert Van Dori, Dell Cornell, Gerald Kirschner, Claude Mumbower, Row Paul Alan Rainwater. 3 s gl Kneeling: Wayne Gryde, Pal Casey, Tip Clark, Terry Nauman. Rod Thompson, Roger Iacobson, Wally Rundhaug, Iim Du Puy. Standing: Wesley Young, Gary Yovng, Ianet Weller, Mary Margaret Boyd, Dorthea Gawne, Maxine Siblerud, Iudy Gerstenberqer, Peggy Calvin, Helen Trippet, Terry Milaney. Bri! Catron. -.Q '47 -4. if READY TO FIRST MEETING OF THE GOLF CLUB .' ,J '7E7Wf?5Ys: y . --" pf A .i ' h- 1 A ' V 3 --wif' F' - 1 'fr . , .J 5,5 , df V W N HM,f4E,:' 6 '."" , 5' I " 'Ffgfiidif-la, 'Q T r' ' , '14, -1. , 2.11 6 , 1 5 , 4 , Wye y ff 'R , Vu V' , A ,R ff . 9 ...J " 'rl-:imc or? 6 '1' 5 j r 17 lf xl 'YQ' F K 1 f' 'KK' --1' r T 4 . A I!! l MR. HUGHES GIVES IUDY A PUTTING LESSON . 1 Page 155 ZWLZZJPZQ MIKE GUEST FLIPS First row: Gcry Gueit, Ieunne Huskin, Iecmnette Wick1und,Iack Sanders. Second Row: Don Coverdcxle, Mike Guest, Iohn Taylor, Mike Kundcz, Scott Casey HAPPY LANDINGS, IOHN! IACK BE NIMBLE . . . UP AND OVER M., -Ml'-f Page 157 Stuart Gosney, Aaron Quade, Jeannie Conner, Mike Guesl, Stuart Ness. fzczwgealine - at " ft A DOUBLE SEAT BOUNCE Page 158 :iii 1- KIP CROSKREY DOES THE BACK BOUNCE Sf ff? 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