Forsyth High School - Dogie Yearbook (Forsyth, MT)
- Class of 1959
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To Birger Aasland, who has rendered every service possible to uphold the
spirit and name of Forsyth High: to him who has given so wholeheartedly of
himself and his timeg and to a real friend of F.H.S. we, the Annual Staff of
1959, proudly dedicate this edition of "The Dogie. "
JACK 'S FOODTOWN FORSYTH CLEANERS
This book is the record of another
school year. It has been, I think, a good
year. We have had many successes - and
few disappointments. All in all it has been
a happy period in our lives.
To those of you who are leaving, good
luck in your future ventures, whatever they
may be. We hope we have helped you in
the past four years. To the rest of you,
have a good summer. We will see you
again in the fall and will have another good
year together. '
EMILE L. PEREY
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Superintendent, Emile Perey: Clerk, Carolyn Ross, Principal, George Stagg.
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I. 'Dahlman, E. Perey, I. Fink, I. Cope, C. Ross, R. Grossman, G. Erickson, J. Cox
Ir., E. Gross, C. Phillips.
SNAPPY SERVICE LAUNDRY TIP-Top GIFT sr-10p
B. of Music
B. S .
B. S .
University of North
U. of Montana
ROGER RA NTA
U. of Idaho
HOWDY HOTEL PENN EY'S
Football 1-2-3-4: "B" Squad Bas-
ketball 1-2, "A" Squad 3-4g Track
1-2-3: Chorus 1: Letterman's Club
2-3, Secretary 4, Boys' State: Class
Vice President 2, Treasurer 3,
President 4: Class Play.
Service Club lg Drill Squad 2-4,
President 3: Dogie Staff 4: Chorus
1-2-3-4g Band 4: FHA 1-2-3: Stu-
dent Council 1-2 -3-4: Class Vice
President 15 Dogie Day Queen 2:
TREASURE STATE TITLE CO.
DAR!-ENE COOK "B" Squad Basketball 1-2:
"Cookie" Track 1-2-3-4: Pep Club
2-3: Chorus 1-2-33 Class
Service Club 13 Twirlers Play.
1-3, Leader 4: Dogie Staff
3-45 Pep Club 1-2-35 Cho-
rus 1-2-3-4g FHA 2: Mas-
quers 2-3-4: Class Play.
Football 1-2-3, Co-Cap-
tain 45 "A" Squad Basket-
ball 1-2: Track 1: Student
JAY C0l1l'lCil 1"4: Class Play.
.Football 1: Class Play.
TED'S WELDING SHOP FORSYTH LUMBER
Service Club lg Drill Squad
2-3-45 Dogie Staff 1-2-35
Annual Staff 4g Pep Club
1-2-3g Chorus 1-2-3: FHA
1-2-35 "B" Squad Cheer-
CHARLES GUSTAFSON leader 2: Class President 2:
Library 25 Class Play.
"B" Squad Basketball 1-2:
Track 2-3-4: "B" Squad
Basketball 2-33 Chorus 1:
Letterman's Club 2-3-4g
LYLE JOHNSON Masquers 33 Class Play.
Track 1: Chorus 1-2-3-4:
FARMER'S UNION G.T.A. DON'S WELDING AND REPAIR
LEO NA RD LEA RY
"B" Squad Basketball 1-2-
3, "A" Squad 4: Class Play
Football 3-4: "B" Squad
Basketball 1-2-3, "A"
Squad 43 Track 3-45 Let-
terman's Club 3-4: Student
Council 45 Boys' State:
WILLIAM MCKINNEY Transferred from Lodge
"Pecos" Grass: Class Play.
Football 1-2-3-4g "A"
Squad Basketball 1-2-3-4:
Track 1-25 Pep Club 2-3:
Chorus 4: Letterman's
Club 1-2-3-43 Masquers
4g Library 2-3-4: Class
BEALS FURNITURE AND FUNERAL HOME ELKHORN MOTEL
BOB MOG EN
Football 2-3-4g "B" Squad
Basketball 1-2, "A" Squad
3-4: Track 2-3-4: Chorus
1: Letterman's Club 2-3-
4: Student Council Vice
President 4: Class Treas-
urer 2, Vice President 3:
Class Vice President 4:
Concession Manager 43
JERRY MIC HELL
Track 3-4g Class Play.
Football 2-3-4: "B" Squad
Basketball 1-2-3, "A"
Squad 1-25 Track 1-2-3-
45 Dogie Staff 3-43 Annual
Staff 4: Chorus 1-2-3: Let-
terman's Club 1-2-3-43
Masquers 3: Class Secretary
2g Class Play.
CORNWELL HARDWARE GA MBLES STORE
Track 2-3-4: Pep Club 3:
Chorus 1-2 -3-4: Letter-
man's Club 2-3-4: Mas-
quers 33 Class Play.
" Hondo "
Football 1-3-4: Pep Club
2-3: Chorus 1-3: Band 1-
2-3, President 43 Letter-
man's Club 2-3-4: Mas-
quers 2g Class Play.
DA VID QUENZER
Track 1: Football and Bas-
ketball Manager 1-2g Let-
terman's Club 2, Treas-
urer 4g Masquers 1: Class
Treasurer 4: Class Play.
Football 2-3-4: "A" Squad
Basketball 1-2-3-4: Track
2-3-4: Pep Club 2-3: Cho-
rus 1-2-3, Vice President
45 Band 1-2-4, President
Student Council 2-3-4:
MID-YELLOWSTONE ELECTRIC IXDRTHWEST TITLE CO-
3g Letterman's Club 2-3-4:
ELI sm NNAGEL
Football 1-2-3-4g Track
1-2: Chorus lg Letterman's
Club 2-3-43 Student Coun-
cil 2, President 4: Class
President 1-3g Concession
Manager 2-3-4: Class Play
DIA NE SUTTON
Transferred from Ekalakag
Dogie staff 45 Class Play.
Service Club 2: Drill Squad
Vice President 3, President
4: Dogie Staff 2-35 Annual
Staff 3: Pep Club 2-3:
Chorus 2-4, President 3:
FHA 2-3: "A" Squad Cheer-
leader 43 Student Council
2-3g Class Secretary 4:
Dogie Day Queen 4: Class
Football 1-2-3-43 Track
Manager 2-3: "B" Squad
Basketball 1-2-3: Letter-
man's Club 2-3-4: Class
MONTANA -DAKOTA UTILITIES BEEMAN'S STUDIO
Service Club 17 Drill Squad
2-3, Leader 45 Dogie Staff
2, Assistant Editor 3, Co-
Editor 4g Pep Club 1-2-35
Chorus 1-2-33 Girls' State
3': FHA 1-2, District Song
Leader 3, President 4: "B"
Squad Cheerleader 1: Stu-
dent Colmcil Treasurer 3:
Class Treasurer 1: Class
Service Club 1: Drill Squad
2-3g Dogie Staff 2, As-
sistant Editor 3, Co-Editor
45 Annual staff 1-2: Pep
Club 1-2-3: Chorus 1: "B"
Squad Cheerleader 1: "A"
Squad Cheerleader 3-4:
Masquers 1: Student Coun-
cil Secretary 4: Class Sec-
retary 33 Class Play.
Football 1-2-3-4: "A"
Squad Basketball 1-2, Co-
Captain 3-4: Track 1-2-
3-45 Pep Club 1-2: Letter-
man's Club 2-3-4: Class
LA VINA WATSON
Twirling 1-2-3-4: Annual
staff 33 Chorus 1-2-3,
President 4: Class Play.
FORSYTH SPORT CENTER FORSYTH HIDE AND METAL
IANICE SCHULTZ E N I O
"A " Squad
We the Class of 1959 having gnarled bodies, feeble minds, and a greedy
suspicious nature do hereby leave our last will and testament and condemn
those chiseling underclassmen who take advantage of it.
To the faculty we leave the keys
With which we have done what we please.
To the juniors who are so snooty and sly
We don't leave a thing - just tell them bye-bye.
To the sophomores we leave the desks
Which we have made more picturesque.
To the freshmen we leave the ceiling and halls
A little bit bumpy with slimy spitballs.
Noel Blakesley, leave my ability of getting crumpled fenders to Dale
Darlene Cook, leave. What more do you want?
Dick DeCock, leave my two fifty smoking. out of season.
Jay Donley, leave - have wife must travel.
Donna Fink, leave saying, "No not tonight, Andy. "
Margaret Flanagan, leave my sack dresses to the Tent and Awning Co.
Ron Friez, leave my goose call to Mr. Ross. He took it anyhow.
Charles Gustafson, leave my can opener to Louie Lujan so he can open his
Kirk Hindman, leave my cat cut to Gopher Corcoran.
Lyle Johnson, leave my pink ears to Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer.
Omer Kruger, leave my title "Lucky Lips" to Arvon Eberhardt.
Leonard Leary, can't leave. I've still got ten hours detention.
Pauline Lix, leave on a high lope for the far North.
Bill McKinney, leave my teeth scattered all over the arena. The over
head plank on chute number six was too low.
Jerry Mickell, leave my nickname "Hunk" to Eddie Harris.
Bob Mogen, leave gasping for breath. I just told a funny.
Don Mortenson, leave my profile on a plaque at the Moose Lodge.
John Prince, leave a pig to the hot lunch program.
Dave Quenzer, leave my dancing steps to Arthur Murray for further study.
Dick Schelin, leave my spinners to anyone stupid enough to steal them.
Jim Schiffer, leave my speed to Monkey LaGree.
Bill Schulenberg, leave my motto, "Love them and leave them," to Pat
Janice Schultz, leave, still trying to figure out why that tree jumped out
and hit Pete's car.
Eli Spannagel, leave my flat feet to Beals Furniture for table tops.
Jim Starr, leave to start dancing courses for shy young guys, featuring
Diane Sutton, leave my late hours to anyone who can keep them.
Bob Twede, leave Leary and Quenzer in one piece, although slightly bruised
Joan Wagner, leave for the dam, but only to walk my dog.
Lavina, leave my nickname Albino to anyone. I'm even willing to pay to
get rid of it.
Toni Wolke, leave feeling the way I came in - mighty low.
LEGEND OF THE TRIBE OF '59
Four summers ago, the members of the Great Tribe of 1959 were
wild savages, roaming the reservation, enjoying a wonderful life.
Trouble came their way because the Great White Chieftains had de-
cided that the small members of the tribe needed training. So, there-
fore, the little savages were called together to learn civilized ways in
a large wigwam, called the Forsyth High School.
lt was a long, hard task and the young Redskins resented their en-
forced educationg but as the moons passed, they were gradually sub-
dued and made to accept civilized ways.
During the first season of its captivity, the great tribe, numbering
44 in population, suffered a great massacre at the hands of the semes-
ter examinations. English and algebra scalped many, and some Red-
skins disappeared forever. The tribe had chosen from among its mem-
bers, Spannagel Pleases All as chief, Squaw Fink Makes Big Noise for
chief helper, Squaw Wagner Fights 'Em Back for keeper of the wam-
pum, and Squaw Jenson Slays 'Em All for scribbler. Then the Great
White Chiefs, Perey and Kailey, ordered the wigwam closed for seve-
When the leaves fell from the trees, the tribe was again herded
together for more education. This year's chieftains were Squaw Flana-
gan, Buck Tom-Tom Friez, Buck Mogen Drags His Deer, and Moose
Faced Mortenson. The young warriors fought hard at the games of
kick-a-goal and make-a-bucket, and DeCock Fleet Foot, Starr Charges
Strong, Twede Dunks the Ball, Mortenson Takes 'Em Out, McKinney
Lays It In, and Friez Hands It Off were accepted as outstanding. The
fates were with the tribe and a new kind of war party was held for the
Sophomores with Squaw Smith acting as the seamstress for Quenzer Rips
His Pants. Again the dreadful massacres were held and many more
brothers bit the dust. The Tribe now numbered 35, and a second three
moon vacation was declared by Perey and Stagg.
The Tribe was again called back to the reservation, and it was
decreed by the leaders that there was to be no fun this year. The
Tribe was growing more and more powerful and would soon rule the
entire wigwam. Spannagel Works Well, Mogen Laughs Much, Friez
Takes It Easy, and Squaw Mouse Wolke were chosen as chieftains for
the year. The Tribe then spent much Wampum on a Junior Prom and
it was attended under the stars by many people in their best ceremonial
robes. Again that year many of the warriors performed well in the
games and Squaw Mouse Wolke was warhoop leader. Krueger Study
Hard, Friez Crack a Book, and Wagner Shining Star went to big Tribal
Pow-Wows in Dillon and Bozeman. The Tribe again suffered a hard
winter and when the snow thawed many of the tribe had left to lessen
the number to 32. When the grass again turned green, the vacation
was declared and the wigwam was closed.
Sponsored by the DAIRY LUNCH
From the red-tinted woods that fall came the Mighty Tribe,
emerging as powerful Seniors. Chief Afraid of Squaw Friez, Squaw
Schultz Gets Her Man, Prince Farms the Ground, and Quenzer Flys
the Coop served as leaders of the Tribe that season. The games were
again well played by Perey and Kimberly's warriors and Squaw Schultz
and Squaw Wolke again led our cheering section in many warhoops.
This year the members of the Tribe were quests of a big pow -wow
given by the Tribe of 1960.
Being so close to graduation, the Tribe frolicked much and made
the Pale Face Leaders mad. The Pale Face Leaders immediately went
on the warpath and captured a few scalps in the examinations. Those
who escaped the scalping most brilliantly and cleverly were Fink
Knows It All and Friez Very Smart, and their names were copied on
the Shining Star.
And now the Great Tribe of 1959, numbering 30, will soon smoke
the peace pipe with Pale Face Leaders and scatter, regretfully leaving
the wigwam for the last time.
Sponsored by the FARMER'S CO-OP
PROPHECY OF THE TRIBE OF 759
ON THE MIGHTY PLAINS OF FORSYTH,
ON THE F.H.S. RESERVATION,
COME AND LISTEN IN OUR COUNCIL-
COUNCIL OF THE MIGHTY SENIORS,
SENIORS MAKING MANY PLANS-
PLANS OF THINGS THAT ARE TO COME.
Noel Blakesley is known to the underworld as "Blackhearted Blake" because he
steals worms from baby birds.
Darlene Cook has opened an opera house called Tweet Tweet.
Dick DeCock became a famous wrestler known as "Trickey" Dickey.
Jay Donley died because he failed to duck a haymaker delivered by his one
Donna Fink became the first woman janitor at F.H.A.
Margaret Flanagan is teaching home economics on the reservation. Her main
course is "How to wear bright colors without looking gaudy."
Ronald Friez is a card shark in Sumatra. When he gets good enough, he plans
to move on to Vananda.
Charles Gustafson who is "Up the river, " is writing a book called ONE HUN-
DRED DIFFERENT WAYS TO WEAR STRIPES.
Kirk Hindman is now a chef in a famous restaurant where he specializes in
cooking with Lowry's seasoning.
Lyle Johnson went to Alaska and married an Eskimo.
Omer Kruger was discharged from the army when they discovered that the
something shiney in his ear was the doorknob on the other side.
Leonard Leary is now a mortician called "Eerie Leary."
Pauline Lix is selling soft bristled hair brushes to bald-headed men.
Bill McKinney owns a dude ranch called Bill's Hills.
Bob Mogen became a famous football player known as "Lay-em'-low Moe!"
Don Mortenson was accidentally shot during moose season.
John Prince went berserk.
David Quenzer made his fortune selling meatless hamburgers.
Richard Schelin owns a watch shop. His sign reads: If it doesn't tick, bring
it to Dick.
James Schiffer is trying to cross a centipede with a chicken so everyone can
Bill Schulenberg is the make-up artist for witch doctors in the Congo - his
specialty is a "Hondo Flamejob. "
Janice Schultz went to a reducing studio and evaporated.
Eli Spannagal owns an oil well, his car still burns a little oil.
James Starr is rimning a hat shop called Jim's Blast Hats.
Diane Sutton is dancing in a nightclub in Rio. Her slogan is "Lily's lilt will
capture you. "
Bob Twede has starred in a horror movie called "A Syrup-Eating Monster."
Joan Wagner owns a teenage hangout called Wagner's Weird Wigwam.
Lavina Watson is wild animal trainer. Her animal's name is "Albino's Rhino!
Toni Wolke who was working in a laboratory was mistaken for one of the mice
and is now circling the earth in a "Mousenick. "
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Rose Marie Smith
Mary Lou Thompson
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Mary Ellen Marten
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Roslsaun FLORAL sHoP ZUNDEL PIANO STUDIO
President ---- - LAVINA WATSON Council Rep. ---- CAROL SELISKI
Vice President ----- HM SCHIFFER Secretary - - - - - TONI KOCH
Director - MRS. PEREY
President ---- BILL SCHULENBERG Council Rep. ------ DONNA FINK
Vice President ------ BOB BEA LS Secretary - - - - CLINTON KOESTER
Director - MR. OVER
Sponsored by the SANITARY DAIRY
Left to right: David Polley, Marcyes Dean, Sponsor, Mrs. Nickeyg Carol Seliski,
SEATED, left no right: S. Hicks, L. Perey, B. McKinney, G. Harken, C. Seliski, C.
Sakelaris, Vice President, J. Phillipsg President, E. Harris: Secretary-Treasurer, J.
Erickson, Council Rep., N. Lefflerg S. Martinek, H. Kucera, K. Kalness, G. Beck, M.
Martens, D. Barkhuff, J. Dean, C. Dalby, D. Polley, B. Kiser, M. Kucera, C. White
J. Boyer, B. Beals, T. Toms, I. Phillips, D. Douglas, Sponsor, Mrs. Nickey.
Sponsored by the BEA UTY NOOK
SEATED, left to right: T. Wolke, Secretary, E. Spannegal, President: B. Mogen, Vice
President: M. Dean, Treasurer. STANDING: C. Dalby, 1. Erickson, D. Fink, D. De-
cock, O. Krueger, C. Sundt, S. Fink, M. Thompson, A. Schulenberg, C. Seliski, S.
Brewer, K. DoyleQnot picturedj, Sponsor, Mr. Perey.
SEATED, left to right: I. Dean, C. Sundt, B. Kiser, Editor: T. Koch, C. Seliski.
STANDING: R. Aasland, B. Fisk, T. Toms, K. Doyle, M. Kucera, M. Flanagan,
D. Mortenson, E. Harris, N. Leffler, S. Wolke, Sponsor, Mr. Hestdalen.
Sponsored by BEN FRANKLIN
SEATED, left to right: H. Kucera, J. Wagner, T. Wolkeg Editors, M. Dean, C. Se-
liski, G. Beck, K. Kalness, M. Kucera, M. Thompson, D. Sutton, D. Cook, T. Toms
J. Phillips, L. Perey, D. Mortenson, E. Harris, K. Doyle, N. Leffler, Sponsor, Mrs.
Left to right: G. Beck, N. Bumbaca, M. Martens, K. Kalness, J. Boyer, J. Watson,
M. Kucera, J. Dean, J. Erickson, D. Hindman, C. Dalby.
Sponsored by SCHIFFER'S CONOCO
SEATED, left to right: J. Watson, Historiang M. Thompson, Student Council Rep.: H.
Kucera, Secretaryg J. Wagner, President: C. Seliski, Vice President: N. Bumbaca,
Recreation: C. Sundt, Parliamentarian. STANDING: Mrs. Hestdalen, K. Dotter, G.
Beck, S. Fink, M. Martens, D. Polley, J. Dean, C. White, J. Boyer, J. Erickson,
C. Dalby, J. Phillips, D. Barkuff, T. Toms, M. Kucera.
SEATED, left to right: C. Sundt, C. Dalby, B. Fisk, J. Erickson, S. Fink, C. Seliski
STANDING: Mrs. Nickey, S. Brewer, I. Brockel, I. Phillips, B. McKinney, B. Hart,
O. Krueger, M. Dean.
Sponsored by the YELLOWSTONE PHARMACY
President ----- JANICE SCHULTZ Council Rep. ----- SANDRA FINK
Vice President ---- BARBARA KISER Secretary-Treasurer - - BEVERLY FISK
Drill Leader - - - - JOAN WAGNER Sponsor --------- MRS. PEREY
President ------- JEAN BROCKEL Council Rep. ---- SHARON BREWER
Vice President ----- BILLEE HART Secretary-Treasurer - TAMARA TOMS
Drill Leader ----- DARLENE COOK Sponsor --------- MRS. PEREY
Sponsored by SAFEWAY
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Left to right: Head Coach, Mr. Percy: Assistant Coaches, Mr. Kimberly, Mr. Stagg.
Sponsor - MR., KIMBERLY
President - - - ANDY SCHULENBERG Council Rep. ----- DICK DECOCK
Vice President ------ RON FRIEZ Secretary-Treasurer - PETE FLANAGAN
Sponsored by ROLSTON'S TEXACO PRODUCTS
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Bill Schulenburg, Jim Schiffer, Ron Aasland, Bob Mogen, Eli Spannagel.
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Lynn Perey. KNEELING: Jim Shrimplin, Steven Hicks, Ron Kuch, Richard Kuch, Alan
Rolston, Doug Donley.
WALLIN MERC. Sponsored by MODERN LOCKER
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Forsyth 19 Red Lodge 6 R.
Forsyth 20 Columbus 7
Forsyth 13 Roundup 14
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RANGE TELEPHONE CO. Sponsored by FORSYTH DRUG
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Guard - Tackle
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13 Lodge Grass
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Tackle - End
KOESTER CHEVROLET Sponsored by
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B. Swansong D. Douglasg J. Shrimpling L. Watsong S. Hicksg D. Gambill.
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Forsyth 71 Baker 51
Forsyth 56 Lodge Grass 65
Forsyth 65 Worden 60
Forsyth 40 Columbus 41
Forsyth 57 A bsor akee 53
Forsyth 46 Roundup 76
Forsyth 72 Circle 71
Forsyth 39 Rosebud 38
Forsyth 40 Red Lodge 72
Forsyth 59 Absorakee 48
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Forsyth 63 Lodge Grass 78
Forsyth 47 Roundup 65
Forsyth 80 Worden 56
Forsyth 60 Red Lodge 68
Forsyth 50 Columbus 38
Forsyth 67 Baker 50
Forsyth 50 Lodge Grass 64
Forsyth 44 Columbus 43
Forsyth 58 Red Lodge 73
FORSYTH - 5TH PLACE
HARTFORD INSURA NCE
FORSYTH MOTORS Sponsored by THOMPSON YARDS
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Schelin, B. McKinney, R. Corcoran, B. Twede, J. Phillips, D. Mortenson, J. Nile,
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DR. H. R. NORRIS RUSS FILLNER
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