Forsyth High School - Dogie Yearbook (Forsyth, MT)
- Class of 1958
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Seated, left to right: J. Swanson, Mr. E. Petey, Sponsor: J. Wagner, Treasurer: D. Tillitt, Pres-
ident: D. Fink, Secretary: V. McRae, Vice President. Standing: R. Aasland, J. Schiffer, J. Sch-
ultz, M. Thompson, C. Koester, B. Volden, H. Kucera, S. Greenwood, K. Doyle, and D. Fink.
Front row, left to right: S. Greenwood, K. Doyle, J. Clifford, Editor: M. Dean, Business Manager
B. Jacobson. Second row: L. Watson, Organizations: H. Kucera, Circulation: B. Beals, Art Editor:
R. Aasland, Photographer: Third row: S. Hicks, Photographer: J. Schultz, 1. Swanson, Sports: C,
Seliski, Advertising: P. Flannagan, Sports: Advisor, Miss S. Wagner.
With sincere appreciation and gratitude for her twenty
years of teaching in F, H. S., the Annual Staff proudly dedi-
cates the Dogie Days of 1958 to Mrs. Helen Perey.
Unselfishly sacrificing her time, energy, and abilities for
the betterment of our school and community, we take this
opportunity to thank her publicly.
The Annual Staff of 1958
MR. EMILE PEREY
MR. GEORGE STAGG
MRS. CAROLINE ROSS
HELEN PEREY THELMA PAULINE LOIS BENNER JOHN OVER
Music, Twirling English, Library Home Economics Science, Band
Drill Squad Masquers F,H, A, Senior Sponsor
EDWIN BLANKS SHIRLEY WAGNER HELEN SMITH
Industrial Arts Commercial 2nd Sem. English, History
Freshman Sponsor Annual Sponsor Dogie Sponsor
CATHERINE BLANKS ROGER RANTA RICHARD WHITE
Commercial 1st Sem, Citizenship, Guidance Mathematics
Annual Sponsor Junior Sponsor Sophomore Sponsor
Board of Ediwation
Left to right: Dr. James K. Cope, John Fink, Ivan Dahlman, Ray Grossman. I. A
Cox, Jr. Not pictured: Dr. C. E. Phillips, Grant Erickson, Superintendent Emile
Perey, Clerk Caroline Ross.
JOHN FINK ----- - - - Chairman
DR. JAMES K. COPE - - - - Vice Chairman
MRS. CAROLINE ROSS - - - - Clerk
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1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Track 1, 2, 3,
4, Captain 3, Boys' State 3, Letterman's
Club 1, 2, 3, Class President 1, Student
Council President 4, Glee Club 1, Mas-
quers 1, 2, Dogie Staff 2, Class Play 4.
Masquers 1, 2, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-
Treasurer 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Ac-
companist 2, 3, 4, Vice -President 4,
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Director 3, Dogie
Staff 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 4, Twirling
4, State Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Class
Class Sec, 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3,
4, Sec. -Treasurer 3, Pres.
4, Masquers 1, 2, Dogie
staff 2, 3, 4, Editor 4, Pep
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Service Club
1, Drill Squad 2, 3,4, Sec.
4, Annual Editor 4, Ap-
plied Music 1, 2, 3, 4, Class
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Cap-
tain 4, Annual Staff 2,
Track 1, 2, Class Vice-Pres-
ident 3, Letterman's Club
3, "B" Squad Basketball 1,
Class Play 4.
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club
2, 3, 4, "B" Squad Basketball
1, 2, "A" Squad 3, Boys'
State 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Letter-
man's Club 1, 2, 3, Annual
Staff 4, Masquers 1, Dogie
Staff 3,4, Librarian 4, Class
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-
treasurer 4, Student Coun-
cil Sec. 3, Dogie Staff 4,
Band 3, 4, "B" Squad Cheer-
leader 1, "A" Squad Cheer-
leader 3, 4, Librarian 2,
Service Club 1, Drill Squad
2, 3, 4, Student Council 4,
Masquers 1, 2, Class Play 4.
Twirling 1, Glee Club 1,
2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, S,C.
Vice-President 4, Librarian
1, Class Play 4.
Letterman's Club 1, Foot-
ball and Basketball Mana-
ger 1, Class Treasurer 2, 3,
"B" Squad Basketball 2,
Class Play 4.
Glee Club 1, Masquers 1,
2, 4, President 4, Football
1, 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club
2, 3, Class Play 4.
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Ser-
vice Club 1, Drill Squad
2, 3, 4, Drill Leader 4, An-
nual Staff 1, Class Treas-
urer 1, Student Council 2,
Secretary 4, Treasurer 3,
Girls' State 3, FHA 1, 2, 3,
4, Librarian 3, Class Play 4
Glee Club 15 Track 1, 2, 3,
4g Basketball "B" Squad 1,
23 Football 2, 3g Letterman's
Club 2. 3, Class Play 4.
MBSCIUCFS 1. 2, 43 Concessions
Manager 3, 4, Class Play 4.
Glee Club 13 Basketball "B"
Squad 1, 2, "A" Squad 3g
Class President 25 Student
Council 3: Class Play 4.
Glee Club 1, 2.4, Pep Club
3, 4g Librarian 1, 2, 3, Twirl
ers 1, 2, 3 4g Leader 4: Pro-
grams lg Masquers 1, 2, 4,
Class Play 4.
Football 1, 2, 3,4g Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball
-'BH Squad 2, "A" Squad
3: Basketball Manager 4g
Letterman's Club 2, 3: Ap-
plied Music 1, 2, 3, 4g Class
Librarian 33 Track 3, 4,
Letterman's Club 3, Class
Class Play 4.
BETTE KAY VOLDEN
Student Council 1,4g Secre-
tary 23 FHA 1, 2, 3,43 Pres-
ident 3g Glee Club 1, 2, 3g
Masquers 1, 2, "B" Squad
Cheerleader lg "A" Squad
Cheerleader 3, 45 Drill
Squad 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3,
Service Club 1, Dogie Staff
3, 4: Librarian 3, Annual
Staff 3, Class Play 4.
On a crisp fall day in '54 our little steam engine, pulling thirty-six cars,
chugged down the tracks and screeched to a halt in front of station F,l-I. S,
Our engineer, Tillitt, and his faithful crew safely pulled us through a deafen-
ing crash with the sophomores. Spring came and we steamed up to the F, only
to retum unrecognlzable, Our first stop completed, we celebrated by every-
one's going on picnics.
After refueling in the fall of '55, our faithful steamer, under the direction
of trainmaster, Edwin Blanks, launched into the initiations of the lowly "frosh.
Patterson took the throttle this year, and began his career with a second prize
Dogie Day float. Driving and geometry were the classes that gave our train
of twenty-nine cars an uncomfortable ride.
After repairing our trusty little engine, in the fall of '56, we found we had
only twenty-six cars to begin the "high iron" ride. We again had Blanks in
command with Volden at his right side. With this combination we were cer-
tain to gain fame, and started the year by our "Road Runner" float winning
first prize in the Dogie Day parade. The junior prom seemed a hopeless pro-
ject, but our lively crew worked furiously the last week, overcoming what
looked like a sure derailment, to bring forth a lovely "Japanese Fantasy" com-
plete with Constance the Dragon. Our little locomotive puffed up to Bozeman
to leave Dixie Fink at Girls' State and on to Dillon to let Swanson and Tillitt
off at Boys' State.
The fall of '57 dawned bright and clear on our little steam engine. Mc-
Keever proudly stepped into the engineer's seat to guide us safely through our
last, but mighty year. fSome of our crew were "standouts" in our train - the
athletes, pep leaders, and musical crew members.j After senior banquet,
class nite, baccalaureate, and commencement, we wound up our eventful,
but scenic run, with eighteen cars and the fame of being the littlest, but live-
liest, train in many years.
The seniors presented their class play, "For the Love of Pete, " on April 23, under
the direction of Mrs. Thelma Pauline.
The three-act comedy was a story about a senior boy who wanted to be popular.
He tried to help everyone but his help only got them into trouble. Everything was
finally straightened out after many hilarious happenings.
The cast included: Jan Clifford, Dixie Fink, Sharon Greenwood, Vivian McRae,
Hazel Shrimplin, Bette Kay Volden, Beverly Zundel, Par Fread, Gary Patterson, Jim
Swanson, David Tillitt, and Dale Watson.
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Class Will Of 1958
We, the Seniors of '58, being of various ages and having the soundest minds
that can be expected, departing once and for all from these cells of solitary
confinement, do hereby will and bequeath to our eager, yet equally worthless,
successors these, our meager, but priceless, traits:
To the Faculty we leave an empty eighth period.
To the Juniors we leave Mrs. Smith - - - the problem.
To the Sophomores we leave Mr. White - - - your problem.
To the Freshmen we leave Mr. Ranta - - - our problem.
To the trophy case we leave unfulfilled expectations.
Gary Brooks leaves Donna Jennings stuck in the mud.
Jan Clifford leave to begin construction on a "Radar Base. "
Dixie Fink leaves her future to Dave.
Pat Fread leaves his nicknames, "Treader" to the Firestone Tire Company and
"Toad" to John Lulon. F
Sharon Greenwood leaves - - -plump.
I im McKeever leaves casting a smell.
Vivian McRae leaves her flowing, flaming, red hair for a toupee for our class
sponsor, Mr. Over.
Duane Martens leaves his steady to face I im Starr alone.
Gary Patterson leaves the way he came in - - - quietly.
Duane Purkett leaves nothing. He's too "tight, "
Hazel Shrimplin leaves her curfew to Purkett to remedy.
Brian Schoof leaves as unconscious as he came in.
Jim Swanson leaves his voice to anyone who will show it off as much as he
David Tillitt leaves his curly hair to Willa Brockel.
Bette Kay Volden leaves her sticky fingers to Dick DeCock.
Gary Wagner leaves his brain, it's the smallest thing he can leave.
Dale Watson leaves no left-overs at hot lunch.
Beverly Zundel leaves her "reptile" to the zoo.
The seniors were entertained by their mothers at the banquet in the Roundup
Room on May 14,
This was followed by Baccalaureate services on May 25. The Rev. Allen
Gisselbeck, pastor of the Wesleyan Methodist Church, delivered the sermon,
"Obtainable:" But Is It Yours. "
Charles C. Bradley, Dean of the Science Division at M, S.C,, was the
Commencement speaker on May 26. His address was entitled, "You Can
Get There From Here." The salutatory address was given by David Tillitt
and Beverly Z.unde1 gave the valedictory address.
The last act of the senior class of 1958 was class night on May 27.
Prophecy Of The Class Of 1958
As I was boarding a train for New York, my eyes fell upon a little old man
walking ahead of me. Later as I was getting settled for my long ride, I dis-
covered that the little old man was Mr. Over, the sponsor of the class of '58.
It was wonderful to see him again, and as we were reliving old times I
learned that - - -
Gary Brooks is still in the Armed Forces - boot camp was tougher than he
Jan Clifford is saying "How-dee folks" on the grand old opera show.
Dixie Fink is president of the Finky Stinky Perfume Company.
Pat Fread is well known in the marines as "Plump Patty, the Patient Potato
Sharon Greenwood is dieting. Plump "ain't" the word now!
Jim McKeever is dead, He died from gas fumes.
Vivian McRae was mistaken for a fire while brushing her red hair and the fire-
men drowned her.
Duane Martens, who lived near Echo Canyon, went crazy while calling his
pet dog, Fang.
Duane Purkett is starring in a movie called "The Great Lover" - - - he's the
Gary Patterson is the best spittoon cleaner in the "All Nations."
Brian Schoof has become an evangelist to save souls.
Hazel Shrimplin is paying fifty cents for Rabbit hides this year.
Jim Swanson has a Chinese restaurant called "Swan's Chop-Chop Chops."
David Tillitt has been trying for several years to get a patent on a portable
Bette Kay Volden is now operating a restaurant called "Eyebal1s' Eggbeater. "
Gary Wagner is selling elevated shoes to the pygmies in the Congo.
Dale Watson is a TV star in a new serial called "Life with Lard. "
Beverly Zundel has starred in a recent Tarzan picture called the "She Devil
of the Jungle. "
Just as Mr: Over finished telling me the story of my former classmates the
train rolled into New York, and once again we bid each other farewell.
Who's crying ? ? ? Studious boys???
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Dale W., back when?? Tired or dreaming Miss Johnson Duane Martens
Gogg1es'??? Why so mad, Bev?
Jim and Jake, why? Swanie grins Startled John P.
Kissin' cousins Pals to the end?
Tuck it in, Toni
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Rose Marie Smith
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S1eepy??? Oh, Noel, gosh! The Triolll SUTPHSCIU
Get dressed . . . Party, partyll Dreaming??? Q SOHHY. WHY
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Dogie Day H i-Lilies
QUEEN STEVI KING PETE
King, Queen, Best Dressed Dogie Day Dance
Dogie Day Parade
First prize float - Freshmen
This is a house? Aftermathll Blabsl ll Tamara???
The boysl ll Dude??? The Steak Fryl Open wider. Jim
This is a teacher? "B" Squadl Close your mouth! Duane, don't!
Mardece, when??? Joyce, when??? Pull it down! TEE HEE! ll
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F. H. A. President, J. Clifford: Vice President, J. Schultz:Secretary-Treasurer, D. Fink: Recre-
ation, J. Phillips: Parliamentarian, S. Fink: Historians, B. Jacobson, M. Thompson: Student
Council, B. Volden: Chapter Mothers, Mrs. I. Clifford, Mrs. A. Schultz, Mrs. J. Seliski: Ad
visor, Mrs. H. Benner.
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Standing, left to right: S. Landreth, M. Flanagan, J. Phillips, S. Fink, M. Dean, J. Martens,
S. Brewer. Seated: N. Leffler, J. Swanson, Mrs. T. Pauline, R. Mogon, T. Koch.
Chorus Officers: President, J. Schultz: Vice President, B. Zundelg Secretary-Treasurer, S
Greenwood: Council Representative, J. Schiffer, Director, Mrs. H. Perey.
Band Officers: President, J. Schiffer, Vice President, B. Bealsg Secretary-Treasurer, S.
Greenwood: Council Representative, K. Doyle: Director, Mr. J. Over.
Top row, left to right. H. Kucerag T. Tomsg B. Zundelg D Mortensen J Swanson B Klser
M.Deang Sponsor, Mrs. H. Smith, Second row: I. Sims D Cook J Schultz M Flanagan
C. Seliskig D. Cookg S. Greenwoodg B, Volden. Seated: T Wolke Edltor I Cllfford J
Wagnerg E. Harris.
Front row, left to right: B. Fisk, B. Jacobson, G. Lujan J Gustafson L Rlewe B Des
jardin. Back row: B. Beals, T. Toms, M. Thompson L Boyer C Sundt
Drill Squad Officers: Drill Leader, Dixie Fink, President, Donna Fink, Vice-President. J. Sch-
ultz, Secretary-treasurer, J . Clifford, Council Representative, S. Greenwood, Sponsor, Mrs. H.
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Twirling Officers: Majorette, H, Shrimpling President, S. Brewer, Vice-President, L. Watson
Secretary-treasurer, B. Hart, Council Representative, H. Kucerag Sponsor, Mrs. H. Perey.
Spons0r: MR. RICHARD WHITE
Leaders: SHARON GREENWOOD, TONI WOLKE, BETTE KAY VOLDEN.
BETTE KAY VOLDEN TONI WOLKE SHARON GREENWOOD
Masquers' Officers, President, P. Fread: Vice-President, T. Tomsg Secretary, S. Brew
erg Treasurer. J. Ballg Council Representative, R. Aasland, Sponsor, Mrs. Thelma
The first Masquers play presented was, "Grandpa Steps Out, " on December
4, 1957, under the direction of Thelma Pauline. The cast included, left to
right: T. Toms, B. Jacobson, D. Schelin, J. Prince, D. Mortenson, J. Phil-
lips, D. Cook, J. Ball, D. Martens, H. Kucera, T. Koch, B. Kiser, N.
The second Masquers play, "Grandma, How Could You? ", was presented on
March 12, 1958. Those in the cast included: D. Cook, D. Schelin, M.
Dean, E. Harris, C. Seliski, H, Shrimplin, N. Leffler, T. Koch, D. Mar-
tens, J. Phillips.
Fountain of what? Bathing beauty? Studying, Jake? Thenl love birdsl
Xmas Party??? Ouch, it hurts??? Sharon, when??? Oh, we like itl
Miss wagner and Noel? Huh? Did you call? Mad again??? Oh. goodie
Ma. 501-my yellsl Shorty P.J, 's Just give me a bed! Bashful??
Thinking about??? Sleeping beauty??? Dean gir1??? Cheerleader!
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Assistant Coach Head Coach Assistant Coach
HM Mc KEEVER
HM SWAN SON
PAT FREAD ANDY SCHULENBERG
HM SC HIFFER
DICK DeCOC K
BOB TWEDE DON MORTENSON
Center Right Guard
ROGER C ORCORAN
STEVEN HIC KS
JIM PHILLIPS BILL SWANSON
Lodge Grass 12 21
Absarokee '7 39
Red Lodge 19 13
Harlowton 39 0
Roundup 0 21
Big Timber 13 '7
Worden 6 2
Basketball "A 9, Squad
Standing, Left to right: Bob Mogen, David Tillitt, Ron Friez, Leonard Leary, Bill
McKinney, Bob Twede, Roger Corcoran, Bob Beals, Andy Schulenberg, Pat Flanagan
Jim Schiffer. Kneeling: Coach Bervyl Kimberely.
coach, BERV KIMBERLEY
Manager, DALE WATSON
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Forsyth 45 Red Lodge
Forsyth '71 Baker
Forsyth 52 Big Timber
Forsyth 62 Worden
Forsyth 42 Columbus
Forsyth 59 Lodge Grass
Forsyth 36 Harlowton
Forsyth 41 Big Timber
Forsyth 59 Absarokee
Forsyth 58 Columbus
Forsyth '7'7 Worden
Forsyth 52 Roundup
Forsyth 45 Colstrip
Forsyth 42 Harlowton
Forsyth 5'7 Lodge Grass
Forsyth 51 Circle
' Forsyth 59 Roundup
' Forsyth '79 Colstrip
Forsyth 4'7 Red Lodge
Forsyth 65 Absarokee
Forsyth 54 Circle
Forsyth 68 Baker
CLASS "B" TOURNAMENT
Forsyth 30 Harlowton
' Forsyth 54 Columbus
Forsyth 67 Lodge Grass
Forsyth 5'7 Roundup
' indicates overtime games
"B " Squad
Back row, left to right: O. Krueger, D, Mortenson, 1, Starr, K, Hindman, R, Corcoran, G.
Carr, T. Toms, Coach, A. Spang. Middle Row: J. Gilbert, J, Mullin, C, Sakelaris, G. Han
son, J. Phillips, D. Thompson, B. Swanson, D. Bender. Front row: S. Hicks, J. Nile, R.
Aasland, C. McRae, T. Dumler, I, Ostrom, J. Volden, D. Douglas.
Back row, left to right: G. Carr, K. Hindman, R. Schelin, B. Twede, D. Mortenson,
R. Friez, Coach George Stagg. Front row: J. Schiffer, D. Tillitt, O. Krueger, P.
Flanagan, B. Mogen.
Back row, left to right: J. Phillips, J. Mickell, R. Corcoran, N. Blakesley. I. Nile,
C. Sakelaris. Front row: T. Dumler, S. Hicks, B. Swanson, R. Aasland.
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24 Hour Service
CORNW ELL 'S HARDWARE
Har dwar e a Fur nitur e
We Take You Where You Want Plumbing n Heating
to Go, When You Want to Go." d
phone 224 Electrical Appliances
FORSYTH LUMBER CO. Congratulations
Lumber BI-:ALS FURNITURE
',.,""'x,o'i Hardware , "xx AND
a' 'I Minnesota Paints 'NX
58 -sw .. FUNERAL HOME
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UTILITIES I TF C I 1 e
"In the Community to Serve"
"For Fast and Efficient Work'
H 1 Batteries
FORSYTH HIDE 8: METAL
BOB SHRIMPLIN, Prop.
New and Used Auto Parts
F. F. HAYNES
to the Seniors of '58
THE ANNUAL STAFF
RANG E MOT EL
Tubs and Showers
DON'S WELDING 8: REPAIR SHOP
Ac etylene and Arc
BIRGER AASLAND 8: SON
Welding Licensed and Insured Carriers
Phone 466 Phone 206 and 355
H U ROSEBUD my
A R COUNTY Q 35
R N INSURANCE 19 Q9 ' 5
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A Paint, Tires U S 1 4
E Appliances E Phone 104
To Better Serve You
Seeds - Grain - Fertilizers
Seed Tr eating
THE MCCABE COMPANY
Feed Star -Hi Feeds
It Does Not Cost -- It Pays
D ep endabl e Insur anc e
MONTANA REALTY CO.
FRED R. COX
TAYLOR 'S MOTOR MART
TAYLOR 'S SERVICE STATION
Sales ICH EVTRQ ILE-rf Service
L E., L IFE.
Hysham, Mont .
Now Serving 886 Customers
in Rosebud, Custer, Big Horn
and Treasure Counties
Away From Home
On Highway 10
UL I ET'
11.11 C. K. JOHNSON
Our Policy - Quality Fir st
Seniors of '58
H. V. BEEMAN
Real Values in Real Estate
4 Z 5 Z4 Hour Service
"The Right Place to Eat"
WELLS SERVICE STATION
Gas - Oil - Accessories
ZUNDEL PIANO STUDIO
Insurance of A11 Kinds
JOHN O. HARSTAD
For syth, Montana
DR. J. K. COPE
FORSY TH E"Be' I
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"For All Your
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CARL'S SHEET METAL
Permaglass Water Heaters
Cr ane Fixtur es
ART'S CARTER SERVICE
For Happy Motoring
We Pay Special Attention to
"Private Parties and Banquets"
Prop. , JOHN SMITH
If You Need a
Haircut or Shave
Stop in at
WAIELIIN MERCANTILE -
Ford Tractor Dealers
Sales and Service
nr Compliments 3 NX
, of IHA
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5' SNAPPY I
Tad SERVICE '
Class of '58
DR. C. E. PHILLIPS
ELSIE K. CAROLAN
School of Music
Credits Given Toward Graduation
Sales and Service
,,p..3Q-iv Super Service
' 0' For Good Food
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FOODTOWN MARKET L
N, l THE SPEEDWAY DINER
W ore of the Best for Less
DR. O. E. GRAM
The Best In Entertainment
Relax in the Privacy of
Your Own Car at the
DRIVE IN THEATER
MODERN LOCKER PLANT
"For All Your Meat
Cutting and Storage Needs"
Don't Take a Chance
at the Howdy Hotel
for Your Insurance Needs
GCI, V b - Dry Cleaning and
NL 1' Laundry
Home of Dodge and
Cars - Excellent Service
"Finest in Motion
THE CHARLES MOTEL
Clean Modern Rooms
Mobilgas and Groceries
FORSYTH STANDARD SERVICE
Atlas Tires - Batteries
Lubrication - Wheel Balancing
HIWAY 66 SERVICE
If It's Hardware, We Have It
Prop. , AGNES LIX
Come in and See Us
Let Us Help You Plan
Your F utur e Home
DR. R. A. WHITNEY
FF: CQSYT E-I
Member of Federal Deposit
BEN FRANKLIN ,,'r,,
R. K. WAGNER
W. P. ROSCOE CO.
OLSON BARBER SHOP
Pastries and Bread
For Z4 Hour Wrecker Service
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KOEST ER CHE-VROLET
ROSEBUD FLORAL SHOP
When You Think of Flowers
Think of LUCY AND ALICE
Wedding Flowers Our Specialty
Chevrolet - Oldsmobile Phone 330
Sales and Service ZZ6 N. 8th Forsyth, Mont.
Buy at Shop at
For Price, Quality and Style
R. C. HARKEN
for Better Values
General Electric Appliances
RCA Victor Phonographs and
Maytag W ashers
. Phone 186
' 'Always Remember ' '
Shop at Safeway"
jf? WEAMER 's JEW ELRY
Forsyth Mont SAFEWAY
Compliments of YELLOWSTONE PHARMACY
RUSSELL K. FILLNER
"On the Corner,
on the Square"
'Better Business for
SIvIITTY'S BODY SHOP TIP TOP GIFT
DANIEL L. MACE SHOP
Body and Fender Repair
Glass Installation E , Hfor Every Occasion
Radiator Repair Phone 75-W
SCHIFFER'S CONOCO SERVICE HOWDY HOTEL
and ' 1
T , ELK CAFE
Tires V Tubes Forsyth, Mont'
Gasoline, Oil, Greases
OIL PRODUCTS CO.
TREASURE STATE TITLE
Joseph Hotel Bldg.
For syth, Mont.
Phone 3 65 - '-
PRODUCTS KATE C0
TOM ROLSTON, Distributor
DOM DESOCIO AND LOU DALBY MERCANTILE CO'
TEPEE' MOTOR Congratulations
U ED qua Class of '58
aim Prrrrmv-F Mont' Nl l LE S
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Wine - Dine - Dance
Dancing Every Evening
Ranchers and Farmers
of Southeastern Montana
BLAKESLEY 'S CIGAR STORE
Liquors - Milwaukee
Beer and Pretzels
Class of '58
FORSYTH BEAUTY PARLOR
of the ROSEBUD COUNTY
FORSYTH SPORT CENTER
BERNARD AND JEAN DEXTER
SANITARY DAIRY 1
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Phone 275 "The Sign of Good Taste"
Fmyth' Montana COCA-COLA BOTTLING co
219 North 25th Street
You have in your hands that summary of the past high school year which
bears the unassuming title of The Dogie Days of 1958.
Evolution teaches us, not without reason, that everything is constantly
evolving, We hold that this annual is no exception. We believe it surpasses
previous books because Qaj we published itg fb, anything that could cause so
much trouble has to be goodg and Qcj evolution teaches us, etc. Furthermore,
since the laws of evolution are not likely to be repealed you may expect an
even better annual next year.
we feel a glow of relief and relaxation in the consciousness of a good deed
well done. Because - if it has achieved no other end - our little book has
written an answer to that eternal query: When is the Dogie annual coming
We hope you like it.
The Annual Staff of 1958
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