Fort Benton High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Fort Benton, MT)
- Class of 1921
Page 1 of 70
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Text from Pages 1 - 70 of the 1921 volume:
The Associated Student Body
Chouteau County High School
Fort Benton, Montana
Supt. J. W. Lenning
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Principal J. G. Ragsdale
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J. G. HAGSDALE
Chouteau County High School
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MR. J. H. ASHCRAFT
Graduate of Mansfield Norinal besides Work in
University of Illinois.
Manual training and Coach.
MISS FRANCIS THEIS
Graduate of University of Montana, received il
IS. A. degree.
Has charge of foreign languages.
MISS JOSEPHINE CHAPMAN
Home-Anna Arbor, Mich.
Graduate of University of Michigan, received El
A. IB. degree. '
Teaches lower English and History.
Miss LILLIAN M. KUHN I
Graduate of University of Michigan, received El
B. A. degree.
Teacher of Matlieinatics.
MISS MAY LAKENAN
G1':1cl11:1te of Valparaiso besides post QFZICIIIZIIQ
work i11 University of XXvtlSllIlIg'IOII, Seattle,
reeeivecl B. A. degree.
Clmrge of Colnlnercizll Depzlrtlnent.
MISS EVICLYN CI IAPMAN
llolne-lViseo11sin Rapids. XXVISCOHSIII.
fil'illlll2lIQ of TllfJl11tlS Xo1'n1:1l of Detroit. Mich.
Clmrge of Music- :111ml .Xrt work.
MISS LILLIAN SKINNER
G11 clnute of fIiTlllGllll0 College. St. Paul. Minn..
with tl li. A. degree.
'I'e,1el1ea Engli '11 :mtl Latin.
MISS GLADYS 1. PENN
.Xttentlecl Lz1w1'enee College and Milwalukee-
GI'tlLlll2ltG The Stout Institute.
11:15 0ll.l1'g0 of the Doinestic SC'l61'll'0 Dep:1rt111ent
STAFF OF THE PIONEER
Chestvl' Tzltc ...,,,.,. ..... I Crlitol'-ill-ifllief
XVi11if1'1-cl Joycv ,w,,,, Associate ICflito1-
Stillllixy Allou ..... ...,,. I 31lSi1l0SS Blilllilglll'
Lillian Eu-rs .....,.. ...Assoc-into HIISEIUHS BIEIHZIQOI'
.X1'fhll1' Julmsoll ..... .... . Xfhlotio Editor
Elizzllwth Joyful ....., ....., . Yukos and I4if01'2l1'y Editor
F Iqllllili' Stevms .........,,,,.,....,......... Cil1'f00l1iSt
Vudm' the Sll1J9l'ViSiO1l of Miss Lillian L. 'Skillll01'.. wv haw lJ1'OiQlIlf'0d this
sf V01lllllP of Phu Pimxver :md lm we our follow s'rl1cl011ts :md l'02ld0l'H will
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tl110.V flux our f11'Sf Zlllllllill.
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EN I DRE
Member of Stuclcut Body Council.
HHQ loves the ladies, but cloenlt think them Worth
"Sugar and spice
and all that's nice."
Scientific and f.JOITl1H01'Cl2ll Coli1'sc4.
lVinmlmills of Holland.
Assistant Business Manager.
"Slick a good sport, but Uh, such a 1nystc1'y."
Reading at Class Play.
"A damsel with a sweeter'
has never seen,"
disposition this school
Class Play. .
4'He's always on hand with his paint brush and
little tin can."
42-Xlways seen, but seldom heard."
VVindmills of Holland.
V ice President.
Secretary Student Council.
c'She's little, but Oh! Myf'
Modern Classical Course.
Member of Student Council.
lVinclmills of Holland.
"Please go 'way and let me sleep."
lVi11clmillS of Holland.
L'He's a goocl little lafl, but he l'l1llllCS Belt is hottm
tha 11 I3011fO1l.
'4Pleaso Clllllqt- sav 2lllVfl1lU0' about 111 ' hair."
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'WVQ Cillllt toll what sho thinks, she 11ovo1' saysf
EDNA M AY CR All' FC TR D-'slid "
llllllllllllllil of Hollaucl.
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1 ca111ty 111.111 Nlllll a me llfllllltl.
"As quiet as a mouse."
NAT A LIE TC RVN EIli4'TlJXX'lllFl'll
lVi11flmills of Hollauil.
Girls Cheer Leader.
"lVhat a spolultlirift she is with her t0ll0'll6
"lf Sll0lli'0,S gnlclc-11, thou art an Hllg
lll tl10 year of 11i110t0011-s0v011t0011.
Nile w01'0 l+'1'0sJ.1i0s, UEIQGI' to ln- sc-011'
fjlll' officers w0 chose w01'0 lI0Oll1
To iI1itiat0 our vlass was 111U2lll.
'l'hi1'ty littl0 I'l1'OSl1lQS, gay as larks.
hlafle all Olllltl' Classix tl1i11k of l'lll'l1' lll2ll'liHQ
xvllltll on a May nite what :lo you think,
XVQ SG1'Vl'1l a ha11q110t llltll llltlflt' llll'1l1 wi11k.
Of thirty I'11'0Sl1lH0D so1110 clroppocl out.
And loft us Sopho111o1'0s i11 gl'UZll tloulrtz
Bob and Nc-lli0g v01'y goofl scouts
lCXCl12lllQ0fl llltlll' oftim-Q about.
01100 a YPZII' w0 w01'0 allow01l
To g'iV0 0110 party for o111' 01'ow4l:
IJ111-i11g this YOQII' wo ga V0 a s111'111'i 40
lllhich s'l1ow0cl tl10111 why-w0 w01'0 so wis0-.
fllll' Tha11ksgivi11g party was 110xt in lllll?
-Xml all 1'0po1't0cl a good ti1110:
'lllll' biggest 0v011t of all that yn-111'
lllas tho J1111io1' Prom which llI'0llQ,'lll gooml 0l10c
Ah I what a llllll' we had that y0a1'
llYl1O11 Bob and Fat lllxgtlll th0i1' van-01'
As liaskothall boys who soon lJOCZllllK'
The Very lwst playa-1's i11 tl10 Qilllll'
Now we are i11 tl10 Slfllltll' row,
Of tal011ts w0 haV0 llltlllll a allow.
Ill 1l0l1ati11g John was imlolizofl, 1
i111o11g ll0t'l2ll1191'4 llaz0l took tl10 lJl'lf'fl'.
XV0 hid gooclhyo to Cl10lll02lll Higl1.
Now 111 0lll'S0lYPS om' t11t111'0 l10'.
lVll01'0lC1' w0 go 01' YYl1tll w0 clo.
Old Cllfllllixtlll High. w0'll still low you.
SECTIONAL VIEW OF THE SENIORS fcontinuedl
Let the Rest of the
World Go By
My Little Grey Home
In the West
My Wonderful Dad
I'll Do as I Please as
Long as I Please
Roaming in the Gloam-A
In the Moonlight
Take Your Girlie to the
This is the Life
That Naughty Waltz
Oh, You Great Big
Take it Slow and Easy
I'm Always Chasing
Being nice to the
Bobbing her hair
Following the fashions
Playing the piano
Benton Drug Store
In the lime light
In the library
In hot water
In the kitchen
With Capt. Davy
At a weenie roast
On the porch
At the hop
In the Archery
At the bachelor club
With her bunnie
TEN YEARS HENCE
Head of business col-
Bachelor citizen of
Author of best seller
Member of Congress
A great painter
Missionary in China
I'Il.XCIC---I"ol't Il011t0l1., HI0llI2llItl.+IIUlOl Illlt11101.'0
SI'IlUATION-Hzlylllolld Curtis Zllltl Robert Morris. two 11l0l1ll1t'l'S ol' tlll:
clzlss of 15321 2l1'O ovt-l'llolll'd tl1St'llHSl11:Q old tlllll-4 ill tlltl lolllly.
S1l2l1t'l10H of tlloil' COIIYUVHZIIIOI1 follow:
lilly: Slly 1.111 glad I llllltl you llvlforo tlltl 1l'2lll1 loft. old top. I lllld llo ldoll
R il y
you were still l1Vl11:Q' l19l'K'. lYllllt ure you Cltilllg?
Yos, Illll still ll0l'0. I'w llevll IIZVIIIQ to Illillilx ll tllrlllol' out of 11l.VS0l15.
Hvvll olvyelll yours Zlttllllllltlllg' to raise wllezlt Ull dl'y ltllltl. I l1ilVl'l1.t
l'2llS9Kl Wllilt you vould c-llll ollt- good crop.
Hough luck. old toll. but 11113111 tlll- looks of tlltlt' Zlt'l'Oplilllt' it doc-sll't
590111 als tlltbllgll you wow llzll'd up.
lVlllltl I'I2lVGl1.I you lltHI1'tl of Illll 3I01'l'lH Oil Cthlllllilllyq
You! lllelld of lllll f2lll10l1S Morris Ull cltllll DZIIIY?
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Oltxilll. I'y0 bot-ll tl1St1'llJllt1l1Q Ivory Soup. Host Oll tllo lll:ll'lc0t4-s-
'Il1'tlV0l1llU' Itlllf 'Ill1E'll you Slltillltl llzlvv NIUYS. 'llelll 1110. ll2lV0 vou
2' . , .
sl-ell ol' l1P2lI'Il illlytlllllgf 2ll1Ol1t tllv rest of tllc vluss.
I lllcvt SOIIIK' ot' tlle old c-l'ou'd 0t't'2l'4l0l12lllV ill lllv tl'zly0ls. Mot IAlWl'0l1t'l'
BI2lt'IJ0l12lltl ill Nm-W York two .V02l1'S ago.
fllll' llloetillg was I'2ltl10l' 1ulll1ll.V. Ilct 1110 tl-ll you Ellllllll' lt.
Go Olll Illll 2ll1XlOllS to lltlill' of Maltz
I was just ellltt-l'illg' tllv RltZ-clilfltllll illltl tll1'l10tl zll'oulld to 2ltllllll'0 2111
illllllvllse 111534 lll0tlt'l Ij2lt'liilI'tl. It droyv up to lllfl C'll1'l1 lllld WLIIO Slllilllll
llop Ollt llut Mac. Yos slr. Mala' witll il l'l1211l15luOl1l', footlllllll Qllltl 0Vt'1'KY
1Vell, Zllltl lloly did llc lllzllgtl llis 1110116572
H0 is 1Jl'0Sltl011t of tllv First Niltltllltll Iailllli 111 New York.
lYvll l lYoll Y r.lll1t'll I'll li1lOXY YYllll1'C to go to llYll'l'0XV l1l0ll0'V. II:l. llil.
rIll1l'0t' weeks 211:t01', I wzllkvd lllto Scars Zllltl ROQlJllt'li-S lll Clllc-algo Illltl
zlsked to sol- tlle lllllllllgel: llvilllttul to put tl11'0l12Efl1 il little dvlll you
li110XV. lY0ll. I was issued ll1t0 El l21l'Q0 l'oolll :llld wllo sllould llo Il1t'1't!
tllllilllg' XYltl1 tlle IIIEIIIRIQCI' lult Fuzzy.
Jtlllll Flzlvll-1-1 I'yv Ofttlll tl10l12'l1t Zlllflllt llilll lllld XY01ltl01'0tl wllalt llilll
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llvvll. Fuzz Ellltl I llllld tlle lla-st tilllv tlllkillg owl' old tllllvs illltl old
Hut 1Vl12lt'S llo ClOl112Q'?
lVlly, lllfs 2ItlVPI"lISl1lg IIIEIIIZIQQI' for St-:rs 2l11tl RtJClJl1tflC. fxllll you li11ONY
wllzlt Il st-llslltioll tllc-il' 21tlY0l'tlSOI110lltS ll2lYO Illiltlt' 1lll'l10l1I tllt- t'0llllll'.V.
Yvs. but I llilil llo ldoll Fuzzy was at tlle lJ2lt'li of it alll.
Yes. tlloy clzlllll llvls tllv llest lllzlll ill tlle- ll. S. for tllzlt typo of work.
Illld dlllllol' NYltll llilll tllzlt lllgllt illltl llftlll' tllllt wollt to tllv Follivs
:llld QIIPSS wllolll wo lllt-t Ill0I'9.
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l1P1'0 tlllllt flO0S11lt li1l01V of ll01'. My wlto copivs :lll llvl' drossos.
Yes, ,l3l'2lI1'lX S-lll:ll't, IQIIOOI1 ot tllll Follies zllld still 2111 2llltl10l'Ity oll spit
Ill'EltI'lX lll'illo's Hllzcl to IIIV Illlllll. Illlyc you lllvt l1t'1' 'f
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llzlzol Y No I,l12lV0lllt lllvt l1l'1' llut Il0211LI'1X told 1119 :lllollt llc-l'.
lVe the class of nineteen twenty-one of Chouteau County High School
of the State of Montana, being in generous franie of niinfl anal being desirous
of leiying our valuable possessions to the pleasant companions of our High
School Days while we have ambition and tlesire to tlo so, do tleclare this our
last will ancl testament.
First-IVe clo bequeath our innnetliate successors the Junior Class. our
IlllVGl'IlSll1g space on the school house roof for their class nuinerals next year
anrl also our fifth row of seats 111 the Assembly rooni.
Second-'I'o the Sophoinore Class we bequeath one-third of our clignifietl
'l'l1ircl-To the Freslnnen Class we bequeath our extra credits.
First-Florence Kinmler bequeaths her reserve tiniitlity to IValter Evers.
Seconclffhatalie Towner bequeaths her powers of holding a beau to
I eronica Sullivan.
rlllllFil-IIZIYIIIUIIKI Curtis ber ueaths his extra suiilv of sugar to Rose
, . . . z-
I'ate to coax flown Jier skirts.
I"ourthvRobert Morris bequeaths lus golclen heart to Stanley Allen to
pawn tor reacly cash.
Fifth-Ilina Greisbach ber ueaths her French leave of absence to Bessie
Sixth-Nellie Murray bequeaths her brulal bouquet to Atha Stelhnon.
St'Y0llIl1"lll10 Senior Class, as a whole be ueats to Lucille Hogan all
1 I s - . g- . rs .
their olcl watts ot glnn, thereby autthorlzlng her to be official guni chewer ol'
Chouteau County High School.
Eighth-Graee Crow bequeatlis to Ruby Pugh one pink powder puff six
inehes in rlianieter.
Ninth-.lohn Flaffler bet ueaths the nielnories of a little black bug to
1 .4 :Q 1'
Vlltfllfllflallllilll Evers bequeaths her precious t'Carrot Tops" to Helen
l'atterson to cultivate.
Eleventh-Lawrence Mac-Donalnl bequeaths his spare tune to Chet Tate.
'l'welfth4l3eatrlx Sniarti be4 ueaths her s ut. eurl. as a finishing touch to
V, I I Q U H l , :-
Vx llll'l'1'G4l Joyce s COIIIIIFC.
Th1rteenth-Eclnaniay Crawfortl bequeaths her tleniure and quiet au' to
FonrteentheHazel Hiatt bequeats her oratorlcal powers to Roy Tope.
F1fteenth-Elizabeth Joyce bequeatdis one-half oft her consistency to
SIXIPktllfll-Xxvlllllllil Courtnage bequeatlis her plunipness to Florence
And lastly, all the rest, resiclue ancl I'9lll2ll11ClG1' of our intellectual tools,
such as text books. pencil stubs, scrap paper, ete., to the Stuclent Body in gen-
Ilve hereby appoint Miss Lillian Skinner the sole executrix of this, our
last will anal testanient.
In witness thereof we hereunto set our hancls and seal at Fort Benton,
aforesaul, tlns first clay of June, nineteen hunclrecl and twenty-one.
Signed anrl sealecl by the Senior Class of Chouteau County High Scthool.
Living up to his repu-
Quoting the dictionary
Running the class
Staying out of school
Dancing the fantastic
Looking after little
Making her days
Riding in the bug
Cultivating the teach-
OF THE SENIORS
Don't do anything 1
For the love of Pete
I got my dates mixed
I don't give a darn
I never had such a time
for a long time.
I don't see any use in it
What do you know?
Trying to sing
Amusing the kids
Making a smash
Keeping Chet in line
Beauxing a Freshie
Talking to Schoonic
Making spit curls
Rushing a girl
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1V111l. i11 21 way. S1111 11111111111 the State S11pe1'1nten110nt of Schools in
t1111 St:1t11 of ,X12l1J2llll2l.
A1111 11111101121 1 Y1111 h111'1111't 0111111111111 1117011 her, have yon?
Yes. I 111111111 1111111ss 11111' 111 Il11cl111st111'. She is one of the host n111's11S
1Vin111111, El 1lllI'SQ1 T111111 she is 1'l11ing 11011 11it for the 111l1l12l111ty of the
Yes 11111 is. I s11pp11s11 11111 1111111 111111111 of Eliz111111tl1 Joyce. 11111'1111't 111111 'Z
Yes, I'1'11 111111111 lots 11111111t l1111'.
S1111 is 11111 1111tl1111' of tl111 '1:2l11l01IS 111111l1, "The B011-o-link."
I 11111'1111't 111111111 111111111 21110111 tl111t 191111 I 1111 11111l111'st11111l sl111's to lH2lI'I'y 21
1111111 111' 11111 111111111 of IC111111's1111.
Yee, 111111 sl111'l1 1111 1111111 to 1111111'111l1ct, 111111 for the 1'11st of his life. poor
f11ll11w. R111111111111Q1' the 11is1111ssi1111s she 111111 i11 0111 S1111i111' I'11lg11S11 111111'
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'I'l1:1t's right. 11'11111l111' 11'l111t 1111121111111 of Natalie. H11111 you 11131111111
Oh 111111't you l11111w? 1V1111. sl111 t1'i1111 st111111gi11g for 21 wl1i111 l111t 11111' 111111
wus l1ig'l1111' so 11111 st111l1111l 11111' 111111 111111' sl1e's ll I111p111sQ11t11t11'11 111 C1111-
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11111111111-ful 11'111'11 1111 the H11f111'11111ti1111 C11111111itt11c 1l1111'11 I1ll'1'l'.
Is tl111t th11 truth? I 111w11ys 1111011 1+'l1111111111 111111111 11s11 11111' 111111118
t11 11111 l111st 111l1'1111t11g11. 11111 111111111 11n 11111'tl1 is Nellie 11I111'1'111'?
Now 11111 top. .11111 l1111111' 111111 is 1111 11X1111011i11g11' foolish q1111sti1111 t11 11sl1.
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halt 111in11t11s. if 1111 111111111 1111111 it?
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211111 1,11 IC1'111's! SEXY 131111. 1111 you l11111w wl111t sho is doing?
X11. 11111 '11111 11111111' 1-1111 t11ll XV11ilI 1111111111 will 1111 1111xt.
1V11ll. sl111 was 11111111 s111'1'11t111'1' for t1111 I'1'11si1l011t of the 131111111 1XlI1lll2l1N
S111'i11ty, 17111 she 11i1l11't 11119 tl111 .11111 so 1111w s1111's 1111sig11i11g 1111111111115 for
tl111 I'11l11J1'0SS of J11111111.
1V11l1. w1111t 1111 11111 11111111' 11111111t 111211. 111111 what 11111-1111111 of GI'2lCt1 Crow?
S1111 toll 111 111111 witl1 11111' Cl111111ist1'y p111f11ss111' at Miss1111l11 211111 111111'1'i111l
111111 l1ef111'11 t1111 s01-111111 111111' was 111'111'.
Y11s. s1111ti1111111t111 guy, w11111's glasses.
D111 11111 11111111 1111111 G1'i11s11111-11 was 11'i1'11lcss 191917110110 11p111'11t111' 111
lint Skly 11111 top. 11111 112lV6l11f t11l1l 1110 why you 11111 111 I1v11t1111.
111' .I111'11, t1111t's right, 111111-111'-111'.
Oh, I 11111111'4y1111'v11 01111111 11111111 t11 got 1n11r1'i111l.
Nope. 1111tte1' 1112111 tl111t. I 21111 1ll1l1'l'1l'l1.
M111'1'i111ll 111111. of 1111 things! 1V1111 is th11 111111111 girl?
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Told 111' so11111 111111- 111111. '21,
lYe bid 'farewell to C. C. H. S.: and its students who are true blue,
lVe liave stood by the standards of what they deem right: and have
stuelc together like glueg
Four years we have been in H. S.g four years of worl: and strife.
But along with the work we-'ve had loads of fun. whieh all goes to
lll2llC0 up life.
The friendships we've made in H. S.: are the friendships that last through
They are dear. they are sweet. they are loyal tlllil true. and are born of
our joys and strifeg
our H. S. days are the golden daysg in our hearts tlieir nieinory will cling,
They will linger with us where ever we gog each year SUIIIC new fragranee
ve stood by our motto, Oll1'Cl2lSHl1lZll'k'S true. and our Il. S. we'll always adore.
llveill boost her. uphold her. and love her too. and her honor wl-'ll
ll. S. is just what we inake it, we niar it or inake it our pride.
Our standards are while we are studentsg so our High School is known
far and wide.
C'oninieneeinent l':Xt'tll'l'l4Csfdlllltl tl, 1921.
Class Colors-Rose and Silver.
Class Mottoilie Square.
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Left to Right
First row-Hoy Tone. lCclw:11'd Jolinston, Xlvilltlll' Evers, Cliester Tate, Owen
Morris. Sfilllltil' Allen.
Second row-Rose Tate, Ruby Pugh, Helen Pzxttersoii, Doris G1'eisl1:1cl1
Lucille Hoffz111. Veronica Sullivan. lvinifred Jovee.
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Third row-+Alice Overfield, Sz11'z1l1 Reynolds, Atlnl Stellinon, Bessie Sweenu
Florence Stevens, lllllflillll Falylor, lxllllil Hagen.
FOllI'll1 row-lVilli:1111 McLeisl1, Reuben Arelier.
CLASS OFFICERS X
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Class Colors ...,....
Class Motto .,..
Blue and Gold
JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
ln 1915, we. as brave little Ifreshmen. thirty-one strong. climbed the
stairs to the life we had dreamed of for several years. Of course. we deter-
mined to be the one grand exception to the rule that all Freshmen are green
and timid. But. after elasses were fairly started, we beeame so hopelessly
entangled in a labyrinth of programe cards. study periods and elanging bells
that we felt as green and shy as the ordinary Freshman.
Of eour-fe we afforded mueh amusement for the Seniors. but after sev-
eral weeks we were settled and enjoying the change of subjects and discipline
immensely. After being entertained at several delightful parties, given by
the upper elassmen. we felt that it was our turn to entertain. George lVash-
ington's birthday offered a favorable opportunity. so we set out with a vim
to ma ke our first party a sueeess. Decorations and refreshments were ear-
r'ed out in patriotie schemes. The party fulfilled our highest expectations
:1 nd we now felt that we had done something which made us worthy to be-
long to C. C. H. S.
During the same year, the girls of the Freshmen Cooking Class.
bfirnerl their patient fingers. steamed their beautiful faees. and put forth
their best l:'.bors in preparing a dinner for tl1e High School Board. f'All's
well that ends well." in fact. at a suggestion given by Mr. Lure. our princi-
pal. and Miss Eekles our Domestic' Sc-ienee teaeher. we were inspired by our
sueeess to give a dinner in honor of the returned soldier boys. Oh Y the prepa-
ration of those seven eoursesl llvill we ever forget? Never. Hut the empty
.plates and smiling faees well expressed their thanks. By the time we had
fnished washing the dishes it was 11 230 and the guests were so interested in
telling war stories that our stealthy eseilpe was imnotieed. However. the
next morning. we found a note. whieh the boys had left in the kitehen. thank-
ing and congratulating the Freshmen K. Irs.
Yow. as the month of May advaneed a foreboding cloud of examina-
tions hung over our heads. Some of us endured the eloud burst and a few
were drowned. However most of us looked forward to being Sophomores
the next year.
The following yeir. with heads llll. as Sophomores. we domineered over
the Freshmen and laughed at their eonfusion and timidity. But soon our
spare moments were taken up with other aetivities.
This year was an uneventful one. Of course the reason was that we
were so deeply engrossed in study that we eould not find time for play.
llowever when the athletie season opened. as our class had a majority of
girls. we did not have a representative on the basket ball teun. But we feel
that we did our share in supporting the game as Stanley Allen. our presi-
dent. was eleeted yell leader and held that position all year.
After the basket ball game between Casa-ade and Fort Benton. we gave
our elass party. the only soeial event whieh we gave during our Sophomore
Now we are in our Junior year and our number is diminished to twenty-
three members. Our elass offieials are: president. Stanley Allen. vice presi-
dent, Chester Tate. fl'021Slll'01'. Helen Pattersoii. a11d sec-retary. lVinifred
Tl1is year was cl1araeterized hy great entliusiasin in all aetivities.
Tl1e foot hall Qtllllt' of Noyeinher 28th Y How well we 1'Cll'l0llllJt'l' it I llle
l1ad several representatiyes, Owen Morris. Roy Tope. Reuben Arelier. and
Cliester Tate. who ll10l'0 fllilll once 11lHfT0 that football feel dizzy. fl'0lll stun-
11i11g kic-ks. or whirlwind passes.
And oh! tl1e rush illltl exc-ite1ne11t of that prec-eding week when eaeh
elass tried to sell tl1e 111ost tiekets i11 order to display its class eolors at the
gaine. It was a close race hut finally we eanie o11t on top. Here eredit is
d11e the girls of the Junior Class. pretty eoquettisli l1l2llt'lS who raised sur-
prisingly the sale of tickets. Blue Zllltll Gold. Olll' 1-lass enihlein floated i11
fllilf eold Noyeinher wind. and .lunior l1earts we1'e nierry.
Txvlwll haskethall season opened. Owen Morris played eenter Oll tl1e ser-
o11d teani tllltl also played ill several ganies with tl1e first teani. Here's one
lll0l1llJ0l' of our elass who looks promising for tl1e first teain i11 1921-22.
In traek events Owen Morris illlll Tlvalter livers were Junior repre'
sentatives. Stanley Allen still holds his plaee as yell leader fulfilling it to
the satisfaction of the whole sehool.
I11 the operetta, 'tlVindn1ills of Holland" given hy the Glee C'lul1
Clhester Tate. Stanley Allen. Owen Morris. kllltl Hose Tate took solo parts.
None of IIS knew 1111til that evening l1ow well these n1e111l1ers of Olll' c-lass
eould earol and trill.
lYhen the debating ft'2llll was organized two .luniors. Stanley Allen.
tlllll flilfilll Reynolds. inade tl1eir dehut. Sinn-e this event we have had two
elass IIIHUXS. wlio could speak tlllxll' ow11 lllllltl5 hrayely.
During Mareh. we'gaye Olll' 1-lass party which we11t off with rollicking
entliusiasin partly owing to flltx-f2lf'f that we gave a prograine hetweeu
danees. Lucille llogan. a lllt'1lllDt'l' of our elass. wl1o has a very sweet yoiee.
sanga selection Qllltl several otl1e1' girls gave a eoniie song entitled. "The
Three Old Blaids of Lee." Tl1e hoys gave 11s several tuinhling jousts and
kept us i11 peals of laughter. Plenty to eat a11d lots of good fllll CllZll'2lt'l'0l'-
ized our 0l1f01'fillllll1t'1lf.
In tl1e Deelaniatory Contest Ruhy Pugh. Bessie Sweena, Stanley Allen.
Owen Morris, IIHQT Floreiiee Stevens took part illltl WUII eoiiunendalmle
praise fl'01l1 t1heir fellow students. Owen Morris took tl1ird plaee.
lllhat with getting Ollt the Annual. keeping our niarks Ill? to grade. and
2ll'1'2lll2Q'lllQ the Junior l'1'o111. we'll he lrusy u11til the last l1Oll1' of .lune the
ltlth. Next year we all hope to l1old tl1e llOl1U1'2llJl0 plaees of tl1e Seniors tllltl
lltllltx again to c-arry off o11r share of the l1o11or ill as good spirits as we have
Now rahf Vlldli rahf for the ,luuiors
l,et's l1ope tl1ey'll all he haek:
ll'itl1 a few 1110111 hoys
,X little 111ore noise
And flllf sanie old pep a11d taet.
lVINIl"lIlClJ ,l0YC'IC. '22.
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Left to Right
lst. row-Ralph Uhl, Jesse Schoonover, Merlin Cohoon, John Harris, Glenn
Stellmon, Arthur Johnston, Lelancl Howcler.
Qml. row-Flora Reiehelt, Bonnie Grundy, I1OllI'0l1il Sethoonover, Florence
Ishain, Harriet Lonther.
Brel. row-Margaret Smith, Stella Miley, Enniee Stevens, Christine Olson.
Iva Boyd, Henrietta Nagangast, Fern McFarland.
4th, row-David Archer, Grant Sharp, Merlin Melleish, lV:1lter Morger,
Baslizun Overfielcl, Billy lllnrray.
Presimlent ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, lNIerlin Nlelleish
Vice Prelsiclent ,.,....,..,...,.,.....,....... lVzLlter Merger
Secretary and ,Il1'02lSll1'Ql' ...........,I Je see Sclioonover
Class Flower ,,.................. ........, I Zed :Incl lllhite C2!I'l11ltl01l
Class Colore ...... ,......., l lecl zlnfl lvllite
Clues Motto o.Vo,. ......... l Ever flllXV2lFll
SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY
On the seventh of September. 1919, IVE. who are now Sophomores
entered C. C. II. S. Our class. green as tihe average Freshman class, numbered
thirty two. Our first class-meeting was called in the French room, with Miss
Rhodes. as temporary chairman. lve chose as our officers, Merlin McLeish,
president. Boots Bjerring, vice-presiclentlg Jess Schoonover. secretary and
treasurer. These officers proved themselves worthy, and are still the officers
of our class.
Early in our career. we showed the winning spirit. when the Seniors gave
a party, at which they offered a prize of two dollars to the class who could
put on the best charade. lvhether our class really had the best Charade. or
whether it was because we were Freshmen and the udges didn't wish to hurt
our feelings, we do not know. but anyway we won the prize.
In athletics. also. we played our part by challenging a team made up of
the rest of the school, to a basket ball tourney of three games. Two were all
that were played. lVe won one game and lost one. lVhen. later. Coach Rea-
gen looked over prospects for the basket ball season. Billy Murray, lvalter
Morger. Merlin M4-Ileish. Ralph Ilhl. Boots Bjerring and .less Schoonover.
all Freshmen. were picked as first-squad n1en.
Ive were proud Sophomores. who came. the following term. to occupy
the third and part of the second row of seats in the Asselnblyg these being as
signed to our class.
In the orchestra. organized early in the semester. our class was well rep-
resented by Harriet Louther. Merlin Mclieish. Arthur Johnson. Basham
Overfield and Glem Stelhnon. Nor was the Glee Club lacking in Sophomores.
Harriet Iiouther took a leading part in the Operetta "The XVll1fll1IlllS of Hol-
land" given in April.
lVhen foot-ball season opened. another opportunity was given the Soph-
omore hoys to make a showing. Nor were any of our class disappointed when
Coach Ashcraft placed on the Assembly blackboard the men who were to play
in the first game. for seven of the fifteen were, John Harris. Billy Murray,
Leland Howder. Arthur Johnson. Ralph Ilhl, Merlin McLeish and Jess
Schoonover. all Sophomores.
Basket ball was the next event in which we were to show our ability as
athletes by challenging and defeating a team picked from the other three
classes by a 29 to 3 score. This game must have given Coach .Xshcraft the im-
pression that we could play basket ball. for when he issued the black and gold
suits of honor. John Harris. lValter Merger. Billy Murray and Jess Schoon-
over received four of the six suits and played on the first team all season.
Our party given in the Domestic Science room. was the hit of the season.
As a result of the announcement. that all who attended we1'e to be in costume,
Bo-peep, Uncle Tom, Topsie. Fatima girl. Gypsies, Pirates, Cowboys, Scotch
Highlanders. Soldiers. Sailors. Turkish women. and in fact nearly all nation-
alities were represented. The greater part of the entertaimuent consisted of
dancing, the music being furnished by Loos's orchestra ot which Basham
Overfield and Merlin McLeish were Sophoinores. Members of our class,
aided by two of the Juniors, gave several numbers of music. Also a play was
given by Leland Howder and Margaret Smith. Near the elose of the enjoy-
able evening, John Harris and Jess Sehoonover surprised everyone by start-
ing a sword duel, during which a saek ot peanuts concealed in the decorations
was struck and scattered over the floor. lVe were complimented by several
of the faculty as having served one of the best lunches since the beginning ot
the parties in the Domestic Science rooni.
As spring approached. Coaeh Ashcraft sta1'ted track work and as pros-
pects looked good, arrangements were made for a duel track meet with Belt
High School to be held on the home field. Of the 109 points. the total of all
events, our team won S13 points, G0 of these being won by Ralph Uhl, Billy
Murray, John Harris, Merlin Mclieish, lValter Merger and Jess Sehoonover.
Of the three nien sent to Missoula State Track Meet, two were Soph--
inores, Ralph Uhl and lvalter Merger. Our elass as well as the rest of the
school is proud of Mergers skill in javelin throwing. and though the other
representative did not place. we are equally proud of hini.
lVe have enjoyed our past two years of high sehool activities and are
looking forward to the time when we will be Juniors and then as we look
farther toward the goal and see ourselves sitting in the Senior rows, we are
more determined to do our best, and to uphold our motto "Ever Onwardfl
HARRIET LOUTHER '23
JESS SCHOONOVER '23
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First row-Harolcl Stranaliari, liaymoucl Marlcloy. Earle Moiitgoiiiory. .lust-
Stolliuon. Lorriu Clarke. Kouuvtli Pettit.
Sovoiifl row-Mary P21ffllI'St7ll. Lucillc' Clarko. Ella Thissol. Elloii Marlclvy.
Violet Scott, Everett Day, John Joyce.
'llhirml I'0XVf.-Xllllil Hagen, Kathoriiie Souienza. Cecil Pelloy. Holvn Holmes.
Ruth Leo, l"lo1'0nc-Q Cougliliii, Lola Blll'C'l10ff.
Fourtli 1'ow-l+'1'a11c-os Dovk. Mabel Slieplicrcl, .Ivana-tto IA2lB2lI'l't', lilaiivlae
Cooper, Sereno lllarrl, llolvn Loaclicr. Juno Ouarm-ls.
Fifth row-llci'boi't Coopc-r, Barton lull1'1'il-V, Ralph Shcpliorcl, Hay lllil,
Eclwarcl Hein-holt, litlllftlll lllilforfl.
Pl'0Slfl0llt ..,.....,....,.,.7.,,,,,7,,,,,i,,,,,,,, , Everett Day
Yico Prvsimlout ,,.,., ,,7,, I iouiiotli Pettit
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Class Flower ...... ,,,,, l 'ink Carnal iou
Class Colors ,,..
Class Motto ,Y.i,,., .....
.,,,.1lI2lI'0Oll and Lig
"ll'o1'lc aml lVih."
FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY
Our history in high school has been short but sweet. It began in the fall
of 1920. when we, the Freshmen entered school, a rather green crowd. In
fact. there was one so green and bewildered that he simply sat in the assembly
room all the first day, and the next day went to Mr. Ragsdale, and asked him
why the teachers didn't give some lessons instead of just standing around look-
ing at one. During the first week. the halls were full of scared Freshmen
looking for a teacher but by the end of the month the tables were turnedj
teachers were kept busy looking for Freshmen.
At our first class meeting, we elected Everett Day. presidentg Kenneth
Pettit. vice president: and Barton Murray. treasurer. lve chose maroon and
light blue as our colors and red carnations for our class flowers.
In November. the Freshman girls in the Domestic Science class gave a
dinner for the District Board which was appreciated very much by all who
were present. There were expressions of wonder at the ability with which
the girls l1ad mastered the art of cooking in so short a period of study.
lVe l1ave been very well represented in all athletics. Ray lfhl played
full back on the football team. and he was also on the basketball team. The
track team too found Ray excellent material. In the track meet with Belt,
he ran away with the first prizes in the 50 yard dash, the 100 yard dash. and
the 220 yard dash. lVith all these and several second prizes he was entitled
to wewr the badge of highest individual point winner.
lYe also did our share in the musical organizations. In the orchestra
organized this year. Helen Leacher played the piano. Everett Day played the
sixaphone and Kenneth Pettit played the drums. Even the lordly Seniors
will have to admit that the orchestra couldn't have existed without them.
The Glee Club had l4'reshman girls in majority.
Lola Burchett represented our class in tl1e Declamatory Contest with the
piece "Fanny and I" which was very good.
Of course we are only lfreshmen and still look up with wonder at the
dignified Seniors who can do almost anything and not get caught. but next
year we will be Sophomores and we believe that by living up to our motto
"lVork and lYin" we too will some day be Seniors.
JUNE QUARELS, '24
ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY
Left to Right
First 1'ow-11011011 Morris. R11y111o11c1 Curtis, St111111-y A11l'll, cN1l0Stl'l' Tam-,
BIt'l'111l Mc'Lvis11. Evvrott Day.
Svc-111111 l'ONY-1191113611 ,xl't'110l'. Nvlliv 1XIll1'l'tlf'. E1iz1111vt11 Joyce. Txllllll 1121213111
T11 0l'K10l' that the st1111e11ts might hottvr t'2l1'l'y 011 their 11ff11i1's 11112 Rags-
c1111o 1'o11cc'ivv1,1 tho 111011 that thv 51111101118 Ol'gill11Z0 111t'1llSt'1Yl'S 111111 1111 11ssoc-i11t011
5111110111 11061-V. This was rt-1111i1y 0l'Q2lll1Z0t1 211111 ll cmistitlitioli t11'2lNVll up 111111
1'11tifie'11. T110 Sfllt1l'1lfS t11v11 vlvctt-11 thoir st1l11v11t 11o11y offic-01's 111111 ll st1111v11t'
Rohv1't Morris was c'11os011 as 111'vsim11111t of tho ,Xssm'i11tv11 S1llt1t'llf 13111152
E1iz11l10t11 Joyvv 11s Vive lJl't'S1t1t'llt. c111K'5101' 'l'11t11 :ls t'i1111111'i111 lll2llltl:Q'l'l' 211111
Nt-11111 Mll1'l'z1y 11s s1'1'1'1-t11l'.V.
Ill spitv of tht- fact that tho S1Ilt1t'l1lS 1111vo 1101111 o1'g1111izn111 only ll short
ti1110 thvv 1l2lYt' 2lt't'0l1llJ11S1l0t1 1111111V things w111't11 w11i11-. 01111 of whit-11 is tht'
111111111-11t'in11 of t11is 11111111111.
Clmlltc-:lu County High School is fortunatf- iu lmving one of the but
Qquippocl high School lzllmorzltoria-A in tho Qtato. It iQ not only woll equipped for
the Cll01l'llSll'y collrse, hut also has 1ll'i'l'HSilI'y ill7Pil1'ill'llS for the COll1'il'4 offm-vml
The Domvstic Scion:-e il017ill'flllGllt c-ouwists of a clloerful sowing room null
up to flute lClli'll0l1.
qllll' wvll vqlxilxpcfl 111111111211 t1'.1i11i11gf 1h1p:11't111cl11t giws tho boys of Chou-
10511 C,'o1111iy Iligh School :1 W0ll4Y0l'IlllI oppc11't1111ity to l11-151111111 1-:11'1:011lc1's
1-.1h111vt 111.1kv1's 01' h:11111y 1111-11. 'Ihv fhop IS 111111111111-ml XVIIII Rlll l'Il'K'Il'li' l'0I2l!'j'
saw. jc111101's. lathe. Q'l'Il1lISl'0ll0. 111111 011111 2111 c-lvc't1'ic Qllll' pot.
131-sinh-s lhv 1I011z11't111c'11ts shown alvovv 41111' high sm-lmol has 21 111111h11'11
l'o111111Q1'ciz1l 111-pz11't111v11f x1'l111'h is 1-1111111111-cl with 1-ight 1yl1011'1'1tc1's. 2111 umhlillg
111:11-hi11v 111111 vvv1"Vll1i11g 1'vq11i1'111l for El high svlloul CUlIll'llPl'L'IZll L'0lll's0. With
:Q'1'0KVIllQ' illlerosl Ill 1-111111111-11-1:1l work it is z111tiCip:1t0cI that this tIl'l72lI'flll0llf
may ho llixtflil' 1-1111111111111 next y0:11'.
i111p1'11v1-1111111t owl' thv ohl systc-111.
Tho sl1o1'tl1:1111'I was 1-l1:111g1-cl fl'O11l I'itt1111111 tu Gregg 2lIllI p1'm'01l :1 great
HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA
Left to Right
First row-Helvii Lilac-livr. Ilasliam Ovcrfivlml. Evvlw-tt Day. A1'tl1111' Joliiisou
Anna Hagoll, Marlin Mc-L4-isli. lIa1'1'ie-t L0llll1l'1'.
Sec-oiifl 1'OXY-filvlll Sf0lllHOTl. Ke-mletli Pettit. Miss liiY0l.Vll Cil121Pl'1l2lll.
The C. C. H. S. orc-livstra. OI'Q2lIllZ0il this yoai' has maclv startling p1'og1'n-Qi
With voustaut practice llIlllGl' ilu- lO2lCl01'FJlllJ of Miss IC. fvlltllllllllll. it has clv-
volopeal into ali organization wliic-li we fm-l will always play on important
part in our liigfli Svliool activities.
HIGH SCHOOL GLEE CLUB
Left to Right
First POW--rxlillil Hagen. Christine Olson, Florence Isluun, Veronica Sullivan.
Loureuu Sclioonover. Ella Thissel. Helen Patterson. Lillian Evers,
Seeoucl row-Miss E. Cllillllllilll, Bessie Sweenzl, Lucille Clark. 52111111 Reynolds,
Atha Stelhuou, Katherine Semenza. Cot-il Pelley. Ruth Leo, Harriet
Third row-Alive Overfielcl, Nellie Murray, Mabel Sliepdierd, 561131121 lvard,
Blanc-lie Cooper. Henrietta. Nagaligust, Stella Miley, Helen Lent-her.
Fourth row-Ruby Pugh. Gran-e Crow. Natalie Towuer. Elizabeth Joyce,
Eflllilllltlj' fll'2lXV'l:0l'tl. Rose Tate. .Xlllltl Hagen, Miriam Fzlyler, Mary
The Girls' Glee Club has iuzule wonderful progress this year and has
without 21 doubt the largest iueiuhersliip in its history. Although they have
not been hailed as eiitliiisiastic-ally as the Ol'CllCSil'2l has been, they have clone
sonie very excellent work anml, in various 2l1DP02ll'2ll1Cl'S before the public, have
provetl theuism-lve+ apt entertainers. The chief entertaiiuneut put on by the
Glee Ululr was on operettu, "The lvincliuills of Iltllitllltlu, which, :1cc'o1'1li11g'
to iuuuy erities, was the beet work of its kind ever staged here by any organi-
From the fuet that four boys were given solo parts in the operettu. we
entertain u hope of ax Boys' Glee Club next .Veur to eonipete with the girlsf
PROGRAM AND CAST OF SENIOR CLASS PLAY
"The Stange Adventures of Miss Brown"
Presvntoml Ily The
SENIOR CLASS CHOUTEAU COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 20, 1921 BAKER OPERA HOUSE
NIISS Romney Of Cicvro House Awifloiiiy ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, I Clizzilnltli .loyrv
Angela Brigliiwvll ,,..,,,, l ,,,,w,,,,S,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,S,-, ,,,,,,,,, X z italie Tuwuvi'
Eupllvmia Scliwzlrtz ..,,., l ,,,,,,,.,,,,A,A,,,,,,,7ss,,,,,,,s,,,,,,,w,.,,,,,,S,, ,,,,,,,,,,, X ollic Murray
Matilda Jones ...............,. Q, I3oui'flui's at Cicero House .....I,.,,.,,.,,...,.... Grace Crow
Millirellt Lovcwiflgo .,.,.. .,,,,,,,,,,,,O,s,,,,,,,,,,,,,W.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,sVY,,,,,, Ecliizliiizxy Crawforfl
Olara Lovcriclge I,...,,,s..,4 J ,,,. IIV,,,, P 'loimico Kiuclvr
Emma ,.......,............,,.. ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,..., I3 4 -ati-ix S1.11a1'l'
Ilfrs. O'Gz1ll:1gl1er ,,.,.,,,, ,A,,,,,,I I Viuouu Courtuugge
Major O'Orallaglier I,,,,,,,,,,,4,,,,,,,.,, MIV,,,,,,,,,,,Y R olwrt Morris
Private Dorlierty ,,....V,,,,,,,,,,,,w,,,,,,,,, ,O,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,, I ,illiuu Evorw
Herr XIOII IVIOZOI: lIuSi0 lNI:1sl'ui" ,,,,Sw I,,,,,, I ,21XYl'0IN'0 Il'I2lC'IJO1l2llIl
IVI12 IIilmlwrfSO1i, Solicitor ',,w .,,,,,i ,,,,,,, ,,i,,,,,,,,,,, . I 4 -ss Scliooiiorw'
Sorgozmt Tanner, Scotlmul Yard .,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, i,,,,,,,,,... . Ioliu Flagler
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ACT I-THE IVICIJDING
In which Miss Ilrowu mulrvs au IIIICXIJOCIUCI appvuralicv uf
Major O'Oz1llzigJiv1"s Quarters
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ACT III-AMAZIXG APOTHICOSIS OF MISS IZIIOIVX
Iu which Miss Brown niulces 21 most ustouurliug coufossiou :mil floparts forovvr
from Oiczvro House
Play Dircrteil by Miss .foseplliuv Clizlpmzui
Specialties IJi1'e1'h-cl by IXIiss Doi Orvorgo
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C'0ill'h J. Aslmffmft
Robert Morris. Jvssc- Sc-l1oo11oVv1'. John Harris TIHYIDOIN1 Curti
Vllltvl' Morgar Billy KIIIFFZIY
OUR BASKETBALL RECORD
The haskethall season of 1920-21 was the most sneeessfnl ever enjoyed hy
C. C. II. S. Of the twelye games seheclnleal only two were lost hy the loeal
institution. At the tlistriet tonrnannent C. C. H. S. won first plaee. hnt was
less fortunate at the state tonrna ment. when two of the three games were lost.
This eliniinatecl the teain anml kept it from plat-ing.
The first game of the seison was with Caseamle. That easy yietory was
repeated on Deeenlber Z23l'4l. when C. C. H. S. niet anml clefeatetl hoth llig
Sanfly anfl Geralcline. In all of these games the seeoncl teani playenl.
The fastest and IIIOHI exciting games of the season were with Havre.
Havre niet C. C. II. S. on our own floor anml were clefealeml 19 to 21. lint at
Havre we were clefeatefl 12 to Ili.
Two olcl hasketlmall rivals of C. C. H. are Great Falls and Lewistown.
The loeal hoys fll'IOI'llllI10fl to heat them this year. Lewistown was clefeateml
at Fort Benton and although C. C. II. S. faileml to win over Great Falls at
Great Falls. they hail their revenge at the fOlll'lI2llll0lIl. where the tahles were
tnrnecl. Fort Benton winning first plaee and Great Falls sixth. The re--
inainmler of the games played by C. C. II. S. were easy vietories.
One thing espeeially notieeahle ahont this YOIIFS ganies was the splentliml
Ithllll work. Every player workecl for the benefit of the teani. During the
whole season there was less intliyiclnal playing ancl more teani work than
ever before. Although ino-t of the honor goes to the first team. let ns not
forget the work of the seeonml team. whieh tnrneml ont every night in oreler
to give the first ll'2llll the nineh neemleml praetiee that llltlilt' yietories possihle.
The haflc.-tlmll teani of 1920-21 is the heat that C. C. H. S. has hail for
niany years. Its reeorcls of vim-tory. elean playing and sehool spirit are
reeormls of whieh the sehool may justly he proucl. ancl the team feels eonfi-
:lent that it shall he able to make an even lvetter reeortl for C. C. H. S. next
A RTI IFR .IOI INSK DX.
Left to night
First row-John Harris, Arthur Johnson, Jesse Sehoonover, Chester Tate.
Coaeh Asheraft, Roy Tope, Ralph Uhl, Owen Morris, Lawrence Klar-
Seeond row-Billy Murray, Raymond Curtis, Everett Day, Merlin Melieish,
Leland Howder, Ray Uhl, Robert Morris.
At the opening of the football season in 1920, Coaeh Asheraft issued a
eall for football candidates. Of the twenty who responded to his eall, only
one man had had experience in football. This, and the faet that the sehool
was without uniforms and equipment made it difficult for Mr. Asha-raft to
train l1is men, but from the very beginning the boys took an interest in the
game and put forth all their energy to produce a successful and winning
team. Vnder the competent training of Mr. Asheraft the boys learned that
the seeret of the game was united team work. lvith this as their motto, they
trained for football. At the end of the first two weeks tr-iinine' the 'food re-
sult was evident.
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Because of delay in getting uniforms and in beginning to train, only one
game was played with another high sehool. This game was played with
Stanford at Fort Benton on Arniistiee Day. Unfortunately C. C. II. S. players
fought hard to wi11 the game. Every player showed tl1e right spirit and would
not give up until the final whistle.
In the words of the captain of the football team, we express the spirit of
the players: "Although defeated in our first and only game of the season,
we, the C. C. H. S. football team, feel confident that we shall be able to make
C. C. victorious in football next year. lVe have the stuff, we will put
it over the goal line."
Left to Right
First row-Coach Ashcraft, Ralhp Uhl. Lawrence MacDonald, John Harris,
Ariiliiir Johnson, Glenn Stellmon.
Second row-Jesse Schoonover, Edward Beichelt, XValter Merger, Bay Uhl.
Third row-Owen Morris. Lorrin Clarke. Leland Howder. Merlin Mclieish,
llohert Morris. Billy Murray.
In 1921 C. C. H. S. for the first time in ten years. organized a track team.
The eagerness with which the boys responded to the call for track candidates
proved their interest, nor did, they lag during practice. They were out every
evening. rain or shine and the rexult of this work was seen in the Belt-Fort
Benton, dual track nieet.
Belt met C. C. H. S. at Fort Benton. on April ?30tJi. .Xt the 1ll06t the C. C.
H. S. boys showed the pep which made victory possible. Belt was able to score
hut twenty-three points out of one hundred and twelve.
C. C. H. S. sent Ralph Uhl, lValter Merger and Ray Uhl to the State
'rl'.lCli Meet at Missoula. Ralph entered in the discus throw, half and niile
runs but was unable to place. Ray entered in the fifty. one-hundred and two
hundred and twenty yard dashes. He also failed to place. lValter Merger
entered in the javalin trow a11d took fifth place.
Althouvh the track team scored but one point at the State Track Meet.
Cf I .
we cheer up when we recall that almost titty per cent of the schools that C0111-
peted carried hoine l10t even one point. Any how there is another year coming.
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AR I HUL JOHB SOB
101111 Flagler Stanley Allen
Coz1c:11 J. G. Ragsflulc
This was Chouteau County High School first year in the debating field
Zlillll ill spit of the fact that the teani did not succeed in winning every debate,
every o11e is well pleased with tl1e Sll0XVll1g' inade Zlllll are anticipating a more
successful showing next year.
The first debate on the schedule was witl1 Cascade High School. Chou-
teau County High School defended tl1e affirniative of tl1e question, Resolved,
Tl1at tl1e Federal Governinent should pass a law of compulsory arbitration for
lilll' settlement of labor disputes i11 all vital industries, and won by a HIIIIIHIHOITQ
The 11ext debate of tl1e season was with Fergus County High School.
This debate was held at Lewistown tlllfl again old Chouteau County High won
out, defeating the locals by a two to one vote. The winning of this debate
placed Choutean County High School in tl1e District Chanipionship debate
with Augusta. Here tl1e tables were fllI'1l6ll and Chouteau County High
School 1net witl1 defeat by a two to 0110 decision. This completed tl1e regular
lVith till? l'6tlIl'1l of two lll6lUl301'S of this year's t02llT'1 and tl1e additional
pep of a new member Chouteau County High School should make a brilliant
showing i11 debate next year,
Cn April 19th a Declainatory Contest was staged in C. C. H. S. Fifteen
students entered Elllil were supervised by the different teachers of tl1e high
school. Pathetic, huinorons Hllfl dramatic selections were given receiving much
applause. The StllClCI1tS who competed were Stanley Allen, Robert Morris,
Owen Morris, Bessie Sweena, Ruby Pugh, Lola liurcliett., Christine Olson.
Elizabeth Joyce, Hazel Hiatt, Florence Stevens. Merlin McLeish, Bonnie
Grundy. Sarah Reynolds, and Ednaniay Crawford.
Hazel Hiatt by win11ing tl1e S10 prize which was given by Mr. Ritter of
T. C. Power 8 Bro., and by taking first place had tl1e opportunity to go to the
state contest at Missoula, but failed to take a place.
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HISTORY OF A GALLANT PAIR
Natalie is a Senior bold,
Chet is a Junior 11ot quite as old,
But tl1ey are a match there is no doubt,
And she amuses herself by bawling l1i1n out.
llut Chester with a bashful grin
Just steps back Zllld takes it in,
To get 0110 word edge ways tl1ere is no ehanee,
For sl1e cuts him off with o11e quick glance.
As soo11 as Natalie gets cooled down,
They take a stroll II'll OII1' town,
And to see them then it is a sight,
You never wo11ld think they eould fight.
But neverless they are no fools
And tl1ey do their best for o11r high school,
Ive will all rejoice i11 years to come,
II'hen they are lll1It0t'l two i11 one.
of i'Auld Lane Svne" 1
as t ,,
IVl1y are o11r lessons oft forgot
And seldom brot to mind,
IV hy is it when we come to class
lVe leave our thots behind.
IVe leave o11r thots behind. behind,
Oh yes, far, far, behind, A
So often when we come to class
Ive leave o11r thots behind.
You'd think from the hours we crammed and boned,
Ive really Sllfllllflllit be dense,
But when a. questionls asked in class
IVe're always on the fence.
lVe,re always on the fence, welre dense,
IVe're always on the fence, we're dense,
VVhen 'ere a question's asked in class
IVe're on the fenee, we're dense.
Oh, where's the thots we left behind
That's what we'd like to k11ow,
IVe had them once, of that we're sure
But whereld the blamed th111gs go?
Oh, whereld the blamed things go-they'rc gone,
Oh, where'd the blamed things go-theylre gone,
IVe had them once, we did, we klIOXY,
Oh, wl1ere, oh, whered they go?-A-then.
MISS JOSEPHINE CHAPMA N
SIGHTS SE Ll It JM SEEN
Lucille without a wad of gum.
lViggs tending to his own business.
Sehooney without Nellie.
l"lorenee with her hair np.
Stanley without a sweetie, and he's a
Fuzzy without his jitney.
Une Stevens without the other.
Merlin's jitney resting a day.
Kenneth without a whistle.
Iva not kidding
Everett without a eurl.
June without yelling, Oh! Skinny!
Goldie without thinking. Oh! llillyl
Frankie without a smile.
Joe Chapman without a new dress.
Natalie without a euriosity.
Rose taking her time.
Anna without a eurl.
Herbert without a grin.
llenrietta when she isn't
MUMBLIXGS OI" THE CLASSES
Seniors-Mumlmle. mumble our elass play.
Uh! that banquet, will it pay?
Sophomores-All those seerets, what a fuss.
Freshman-Good night, its all Greek to us.
OVERIIEARIJ IN POPULAR QUARTERS
? ? ? ? -L'May. dear, you are the hreath of my lifef,
Miss Lakenan-'tThen hold your breath."
Miss Lakenan. addressing our class in
typewriting4"'l'his room sounds like a
nest of Magpiesf' And to lleuhen with a smile,-f'lVhen did you apply
for a 'l'alker's License?" hlllltll it is granted you have no right to usurp
a woman's privilege'
Yeroniea Sullivan and Glem Stellmon prefer a test in Geometry every day to
a regular lesson as long as the professor puts them m the laboratory room
THE TRIAL BANLANCE
lt isn't the joh we intended to do
Or the labor we've just hegun
llhat puts me right on the ledger sheetg
It's the work we have really done.
Our eredit is huilt upon things we do,
Our debit on things we shirkg
The man who totals the higgest plus
Is the man who eompletes his work.
Good intentions do not pay hillsg
It's easy enough to plan.
To wish is the play of an office hoyg
To do is the job of a man.
Fritz-The dentist said that I had a eavity that need filling.
Chet-Did he preserihe any special eourse of study?
Rastus-Say. do von know who am the ehilliest man in town?
Morgan-vNoi, who am de ieiest man?
Ilastus-lVhy, don't you know? .laek Lepley, eos hels de guy datls goin, to
freeze all de iee for dis town dis summah.
Xatalievutlhet put his arm around me five time last nightf'
Miss LakenanM'fSo1ne armf,
A SLEEPY INCIDENT
Tlwas a wea rv da v o11 the first of May,
A dreary day., indeed,
Elizabeth did to Natalie say,
Tl1at for sleep she was in need.
Tl1e teacher spoke and witl1 angry look
Told tl1e girls tl1at elass l1ad begun,
And Lizheth ope11ed l1er little green hook,
Ent O11 Lowell llixl' thoughts did not rnn.
She gazed at "The C'risis" a second
'Till her eye lids grew heavy and fell,
Then fi11ally tl1e Sallflflltlll heekoned,
And o11 English no more eonld she dwell.
She slept very peaeefnlly tlllll softlyg
The elass did l1Ot' lil10XV that she slept,
'Till a question Miss Slfllllllxl' asked loftily,
Tl1e11 we all laughed 'till we wept.
XYe spoke a11d we yelled
and we shook her,
'Till sl1e eaine haek frozn tl1e llillltl o f Dreams.
Sl1e opened l1er eyes and looked 'ronnd her,
As if surprised at l1er error, It seeins.
Sl1e rose to lltll' feet illlll rushed o11t as if niad
To o11r great a1'nazen1e11t and wontierg
XVe're eertain l1er lesson Edit' has had,
And i11 Class she'll ne'er more SlllllllDt'l'.
X ATA LIE TUXVN Eli
MISS SKINNEITS CLASSES
Still stands Miss Skinner by her desk
TVith peneil poised, i11 waiting.
Around her still the voices jest,
Of tl1ose wl1o are ll0t tl1i11ki11g.
So t1'Ol1lJlCtl by those Freshmen
Around l1er still-tl1e inerry din.
lleeanse she does not seold them.
YVit,hin her tl1OllQflltS are dark and
Ent, 11ow she sits before llel' elass
The carefree HSophs" so rognish
She tells tl1e111 all if tl1ey don't pass
Its beeanse tl1ey are so foolish.
The Juniors now, are i11 tl1e room
Always so wise a11d trying
They're laughing-eyes, hnt all too soon
Theylre laughter t11r11s to sighing.
At last the Seniors have their tnrn
Xxvlth their fllglllfy Elllll lJO?lI'll'1Q'
Tl1ey sit np straight, w1tl1 inneh eoneern
To faee Miss Skinnerls hearing.
THE BACUELORS' CLUB
Qlledieated to Stanley, Fuzzy tllltl Bohj
In onr good old high school
Three lDtl0l10l01'S reign snpreine.
Altho they soinetilnes hrea k a
XX ltll girls fl1Gyl1'0 11ever seen.
YVhy they still are single
Has never been explained.
fxltdltl witl1 girls they mingle
To o11e tl1ey're never eliaineti.
In all activity and sport
They l1old the highest. plaee,
But i11 the gaine of love Ellltl
They're laggards i11 the raee.
Wvhen they are old and bald or gray
They'll find that t1hey're too late
XVl1en witl1 one girl they'd gladly stay
For t1l1C1H td1Ql'Qlll be no 111ate.
tlvlth apologies to Longfellow!
HEARD RY OUR REPORTER
Nellie-T he boys won't clo that.
Chet-I macle the hotealzes.
.lohn-Now chilflren take what you fret ancl say nothing about it..
Golilie--I clon't. love you any more.
Elizabeth--Oh l Horrors.
llYlg'Q'4-Silf'-Silj'-GOI something to tell yuh.
lflorence-I just hate to talk.
Stanlev-Bachelor I am! Bachelor I wasn't. liachelor I'll he until I ean he
Lola-Are you boys mail?
Scdiooiiey--lYhere's my woman.
Rose-Gosh! he's eute.
Ilelenvflslello Little Sweetie.
Miss Lalcenan-l'lease return my atlyanceml key.
Ruby-I flicl not.
M1-s Slznniei'-Olilif 11151-1-
Iva-I heard lem.
I,l'llyixv-'V-Y-Y-YOII ,Q-gf-irls get out.
clllI'ISIlIl0--Illll going to be a teacher.
Natalie-I flltlllif. but I can make strawberry sliortegke.
Anna-I Iearcl some seauclal.
John I".--'ll'oulcl you like to retire 'K
I3obWSure that's all right with me.
Lucille-lVhat are you Going to wear?
Raynionil-I wont tellf ii
lvlnifreal--llo you think Ill stay.
June-Iluili. and he H?llfl-i---
Lawrence--VatY ilot ist noclt Schuman.
llazel--I hail the grandest time.
ll 'I'l'lPI-A-BIOTGIUI' calls me Totse.
Ecltlie ReicheltfI can do it.
Ray-'l'hey say I'm the fastest kicl in school.
E1ln,nnayfl.et's go right now.
Oyven41 will never bite Alice again.
FRA'l'ERNITIES AND SOCIETIES REl'RESEN'l'ElJ BY JUXIORS
Stanley Allen-J. J. J. Club.
Rose Tate-S. S. S. Club. CSecret Sew-
Helen l'atterson-lYa11cla Man-rla Club
Anna Hagen-She Fell lvest Society.
XVinil'reml Joyce-She Vampsa Sharp.
Chester Tate-Eta Byta Pye.
Alice Oyerfielfl-F. F. Club. .
Veronica Sullivan-Gicla wee rioadster
Lucille Hogan-Cheua Stika Gumm.
Reuben Archer-Star and Billy Club.
Roy Tope-Gotlfla Huge Voyee.
Miriam Fayler-Illushing Club.
Atha Stellmon--X. M. S. tNomans
Sarah Reynolcls-Society of Great
Florenee Stevens-Grooa Lytle Shorta.
Bessie SwenawStorm and Tempest
Doris Griesbach-All Xight Society.
Ecl. Johnston-Sun of a Moosen
lValter Evers-Buttinsliy lVilcl lVest
Stella Mileyf-lvorkan Awful Lotta.
Wm. BICILGISl1-1101116 and Mother
Owen Morris-.lumpa Ilighanil Lyte
Ruby Pugh-Cross Bow Club.
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PPelou7a1EHie naiiea of Alumni members, who have showed their interest
in Chouteau County Higli School by purchasing annuals. The-we pureliaseia
have aided us greatly in meeting our financial difficulties, hut we hope that
next year, more Alumni members will support the publication of our Annual,
Nora E. Harbor
Celma E. Yeary
Dewey J. Morrow
Mrs. lV. P. llrard
Catherine lvaekerlin John S. Culbertson
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