Fort Benton High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Fort Benton, MT)

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TheP1oneer YO lNIl IS PUBLISHED BY THE ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY Chouteau County High School FORT BENTON, MONTANA ......,Uv...C. y -f- .K fix W, ,,.. ,H -1' 'Sp Llggfliagfillfzsis, 4343-Tl-"3- 259T? "" "" Li" V I . . . . I . A THE PIONEER ! 7 MRS. ESTHER J. SAVAGE THE PIONEER DEDICATION To Mrs Esrhu SlVlgC x ho h as ccn 1 pmumt IKIVISLI 1 wise Lounsc lor and ltxue fucnd who hw 'lchlnd the Splllf suth WIIILII shc pllflklp itcd ln them vw rcspcatfullv dCdlLlIL thls fourth volume of Thu Plongu 3 - z z , v if b 1 in i '...,i '. . -li z ' " 2 .. . - much to our school activities hy thc ' 2 ,3 , . V 12 . 'S THE PIONEER SE? CHOUTEAU COUNTY H GH SCHOOL an Y 3 fig Www JE Q Q JW' THE PIONEER J My LJ W f X I Y U A f l , gf 5' Xf Q its Mix THE PIONEER X QS ISIIIIR SX XI 0 NIS IX TPIf'IOIi IONIXIIPCIXI IJPI XPTXII-NI S IFNII' XXII XIXTIII' XI-XI I X I NIXPIQS XIONI XII X IS IXXNS XII XIUNFX I IIII NIXIDIS N4 IIIYIC ' vp 1oRTf1x1ox voxrx S ssllbllll llll X XI IX IN I SII SU VI XTI' I X S I'X UI XIOXTX X NT XTI' INIXIARSITX OI XIONFX IIUX X UNI X XII- XIII X XIHN'I XX All 5 Y. ili NIR. l'l.liX'li . 'i."l'llX' . ' " , ' .. 3. A . . . 'I'I-I.-XVIIICR 01-' sf' :J ' 3 .V J A, 3. 1:. fx.. I'I'I'I'IR ow, 'J .'1'1'X' ra. A.. S'I'.'X'I'I'I IfNIX'ICRSI'I'Y ol-' . .Wxxxx rm. C'---f'UI,IYIIi um In 1-'1,muf:Nf'14:. . .A NA NIR. I' Ili . , . JUN I'IiI.' 'II'.'XI, 'I'1f:,xf'111c1: mf r4:Nc:1.1su .-XXII Im' Ia. X., S'I'.'X'I'I'l l'N1vr:1zs1'l'X' mf 3IUN'I'.XN.X IIO.. ef asf' .. , NA NIR. I,0l'I.' I.. liI2X'l'NlM'lII-Ill NIl.'.' . CJ. C .Ylli 'I'If.Xl'III'1Ii ol" sl-,xN1.'u. 1..x'1'1N. u1s'1m:Y '1'r:,x1'11I-311 mf I-XQZXIII-IF-IX' mzs m:,xL'x I ws. ms :fu .Is ,ms .' 3 'NI'IiI'1."I' ' J XXX Ia-.. . 3 ': 3 ' ,xx IRIS E 1fmI:T 1:1-ixmx. I1 xx iw. 2 III 'ai . J .ix -ll- . THE PIONEER THE PIONEER STAFF EDITOP BUSINESS NI XNAGER ASST BUSINESS MANAGER ASS I' BUSINESS MANAGER LITER-XRX EDITOR JOKE EDITOR ATHLETIC EDITOR ADX ISOR SERENE WARD RALPH SHEPHERD DURWARD ALLEN 'VIYRLE McKEEVER KATHRYN REYNOLDS NIORRIS STEVENS JOHN MORRIS PROFESSOR 'VIADISONI S NA PSH OT E DITO A..,,,.,...,A,.,,,,,AAA RUTH LEE xxx Rx fig Qxf X 07? Qi X E PlONEER f K X .f If fm -f K Q79 X s I " X X 1 i If 1 Ky -4 ,,, f xx "' f' Xgfki K uf THE PIONEER EDWARD REICHELT Sclentlflc Course Track 1 2 3 4 Football 3 4 Cherry Blossom H1J1nks 4 Basket Ball 4 Language Club SERENE WARD Classlcal Course Um Hum Chorus 1 Wmdmllls of Holland Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Maglc Wheel 2 Art Edltor Staff 2 3 Cherry Blossom 4 H1J1nks 4 Editor Staff 4 Language Club 2 3 Alchemlsts Club 4 FRANCES DECK Commerclal Course Ge Club 3 Language Club 2 Basket Ball 2 Y "'n ,'n ,4. - , . ,. ,2-3. ,. 7 , '--. Minstrel Show, 2. . ,I 1 s' , . .-. y . 3 !' ,'- , . le ,Z-. ,. .yl Q, r::1 z:::1 'lm womdffb wi N THE PIONEER HERBERT COOPFR Sc1ent1f1c Course Language Club 2 3 Football 3 4 Yell Leader 4 H1 Jmks 4 Alchemlsts Club 4 BERYICE SCOTT I WIKI X Sc1ent1f1c Coume Entered from Qpokane 3 Cherry Blossom 4 H1J1nks 4 Alnhemmts Club 4 I FFEQC H Q0mmL!Cldl Couxsc- Entued from Gusel 4 Clee Club 4 H1 Jllllxg 4 LhEIlW Blowom 4 4 ' ' 9 9 1 : . 1 y - . 5 f'A.gQ,g V 4 Glee Club, 4. N 1 I 1 21 . 1 ' I . ' : Q.. 1 ,. '. ' v ' 1:1 cl m m THE PIONEER RAY UHL Sc1ent1f1c Course Track 1 2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Basket Ball 3 4 Maglc Wheel 2 Language Club 2 3 H1 Jmks 4 Alchemlsts Club 4 Commerc1al Course Wmdmllls of Holland 1 Mmstrel Show 2 Orchestra 2 Basket Ball 3 Cherry Blossom 4 H1 Jlnks 4 VIOLA RASMUSSEN Commerclal Course Entered from Fergus County Hxgh 4 H1 Jmks 4 MABEL SHEPHERD: THE PIONEER KENNETH PE'r'r1'r Sclentlflc Course Orchestra 1 2 Maglc Wheel 2 Language Club 2 3 Football 4 Basket Ball 4 Cherry Blossom 4 Hx Jmks 4 Alchemists Club 4 RUTH LEE Commerclal Course Um Hum Chorus 1 Clee Club 1 2 3 4 Wlndmllls of Hollan Magic Wheel 2 Hx Jmks 4 Snapshot Edxtor S ta Declamatory 3 Basket Ball 3 Leader Spark Plug Language Club 3 Alchemists Club 4 M' R' E McKEEVER Commerclal Course Entered from Loma Gle Club 4 Cherry Blossom 4 Basket Ball 4 dl ff4 Team 3 Assistant Busmess Manager Staff 4 H1J1nks 4 Alchemlsts Club 4 ,'a ,. "0 ,. ,. ,. - ,, ,. ,. I ,---, ,. ,. Cherry Blassom, 4. .-. , l 9 7 ,. ,. ' 1 ,. ,. , ,, c ,. L ,. ,. -' Y. ,. THE PIONEER JOHN J ACOBY Sclenhflc Course Entered from Great Football 4 H1 Jmks 4 Alchemists Club 4 KATHRYN REYNOLDS HAZEL Commerclal Course Glee Club 2 3 4 Declamatory 2 3 Basket Ball 2 Debating Club 2 H1 Jmks 4 McNEIL Commerclal Course Falls H S 4 Entered from Great Falls H S 4 H1 Jmks, 4 Language Club, 2-3. THE PIONEER RALPH SHEPHERD Commerclal Course Language Club 2 3 Football 3 4 Cherry Blossom 4 H1 Jmks 4 President Student Body 4 Assxstant Busmess Mgr Staff 3 Busmess Manager 4 KATHERINE SEMENZA Commerclal Course Glee Club 1 2 3 4 , . Windmills, of Holland, 1. Magic Wheel, 2. Cherry Blossom 4 H1 Jmks 4 Language Club 2 3 Alchemists Club 4 Leader Barney Googl Basket Ball 4 Declamatory Z 3 JEANNEFTE LaBARRE Commerclal Course Glee Club 1 2 Maglc Wheel 2 Basket Ball 2 Language Club 2 Alchemlsts Club 4 H1J1nks 4 e Team 4 THE PIONEER FRANK ROWE Sclentlflc Course Entered from Grea Cherry Blossom 4 H1 Jmks 4 ANNA HAGEN Commerclal Course Language Club 2 Ir1J1nks 4 Alclee msts Club 4 Glee Club 1 Class Reporter 2 Declamatory 3 ELLA THISSELLE Commerclal Course Language Club 2 3 Basket Ball 3 4 H1 Jmks 4 Alchemlsts Club 4 tFalsH S 3 Z l.., ,. - ,- . . . ,. Y.. - ,i .L ,. ,. ,. ,. . 9'- 1" - ,I ,. THE PIONEER HAROLD STRANAHAN Scxentlflc Course H1 Jmks 4 Alchemlsts Club 4 Language Club 2 3 CHARLES RAMSEY Sclentlfxc Course. PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER MOTTO COLORS Ray Uhl Edward Rerchelt Serene Ward Work and Wm Maroon and Blue ADVISOR Mrs. Esther J Savage CLASS FLOWER ........,.....,... ........ Red Rose THE PIONEER SENIOR CLASS HISTORY P0111 long years ago C t H S Lecame mfestcd x 1th a SPECIES of pests knovsn as the class of 74 At the fu t meetmg of the class the folloxslng lnsects were elected as the Chlef moguls 01 the Ant H111 Everett Day Potato Bug for P1QSld6I'lt, Kenneth Pettlt Mosqulto for W ce Bresldentj Serene Vtard Grasshopper for Secretalyj and Ba1ton Nluxray Cate1p1l'a 101 Treasurerj M1 Ragsdale p1es1ded as bug ologust Qultc '1 number of the pests WQIE mterested 1n actlvltles of the Ant H111 lnclud ng Orchestra Glee Club Declamatoly Basketball Football and Track The second relgn of the lnsects began YVltl'l June Quarles as Potato Bug Ray Uhl 'Nlosqulto Kenneth Pett1t Cata rasshopper Once agam we entered 1nto thc busy SVVHIIH of the Ant H111 xuth Just as many antennae 1n the game Mlss Hanstn as bueologlst helped 1 dong The thxrd 1e1gn of the pests be an w1th Ray Uhl Potato Bug Edd1e Re1chelt MOSQUltO Serene Ward Cataerasshopper Th1s yea1 we we1e Just as busy l1ttle bugs as before w1th the .1dd1t1on of the Promenade of the Bu Tr1be So wlth the Ant H111 The fourth and f1nal mstallment of the pests began Wlth the same bugs servlng as Moguls as ln the th1rrl re1gn W1th Mrs Sawage agam Bugolog1st Ray Uhl Eddle Re1chelt Kenneth Pett1t Herbert Cooper Ralph Shepherd and John Jacoby a1ded the othe1 1nsects of the H111 n he football eleven The basketball team had Rav Uhl Eddle R6lCh6lt and Kenn eh Pettlt as representatlves of our partlcular brand of msects In track the Pests of Z4 showed the1r ab111tv to out flutter the other centlpedes of the H111 through Ray Uhl and Eddle Re1chelt Among the soc1al 3CtlV1ll6S all the members of the Pests of 24 took pa1t 1n the H1 Jmx howmg' the1r ablllty by Squlfllllng' gracefully before the natnes of the ullage Also ln the Operetta 'Xhss Cherryblossom SQIQHO Ward Edd1e Re1chelt and Kenneth Pettlt took leadmg parts w1th Ruth Lee 'VIy1le VIcKeex er Kathelme Semenza Emma Petesch Mabel Shephe1d Ralph Shpherd Bermce Scott and Frank Rowe ass1st1ng them 1n the chortses w1th the1r ch1rp1ng The Bacter1a bemg rather back IU the1r subject matter dec1ded not to present the usual Sen1or Play Thus on the s1'cth day of June 1n the year of our Lo1d One Thousand N1ne Hundred and Twenty four the Pests Lhrough follomng the1r motto Work ond W1n XVQIE flnally f1ltered through the prec1p1tated solutlon of 1nsect1c1des 1nnoculated by the Bugologlsts of the Ant H111 we take our flnal ad1eu and move to spread ou1 wmgs ln largfel lealms asp Ward Angleworm 'VIcKeexer Leplsma Lee T T Q1 T V 'f u A. Q n -' ' I 'Y' . " ' Y . ' ' ' 9 ' ', ' ' 1 . . ,G , . y . , . . , , , , . . X . , . ' A Y . . A -A . L' - .L . . x C ' . . . . . . . I 5 9 ' 7 ' Y V' . X . . I Y .V y A L . , . g t . . '.1,-1 f '., 1sz r. . V . Q U . . . 15 Y Y 7 ' T f 'A ' 1 v . ' ' 1 , , ,K . . b . help of Mrs. Savage, as our buyzologist, we ended our third year of life in the K A Y . V . I . , . I V . . . , . . ' . ? I , , . , L , - 1 L I . . . t . . , , 3 L , . ,A . . . i . , . . . . , ' . - , L, , , ' ' 1 ' ss v r ' . ' ' y A v. 1 v Y .' Y 1 4 ' Y Y 7 Y 1 - X '. . H V . ,, 'Y Y 5 Y Y ' . W , , 4 v 1 THE PIONEER CLASS WILL Vle the class of 1994 of C' C H S of the State of Montana being 1n a ,qener ous frame of mind and be ng desuous of leaving our valuable possessions to the pleasant companions of our High School days while we have ambition and desire to do so hereby do declare this to hc our last will and testxment Rag Uhl bequeaths his bowlegs to Ruth Adams to gain speed Edward Relchelt bequeaths his prnrlegc to taking, formal leaxe to Sammy Towner Serene Nl ard hcqueaths her ability to get around the teachers to George Reynolds Ruth Lee bequeaths her ability to rrgue to Dorothy Brown to pep her up Kenneth Pettit becrueaths his vivid blushes to Bill Morrison Myrle McKeewer hequefrths her power of chewing gum to Mary Thompson to give her Jaws exercrse Herbert Cooper bcqu aths his rlmrty to mock a sneezing cow to Estelene Pettit lVIabel Shepherd hequ aths her surplus avolrdupols to Bernice Brown to top things o Ra ph Shepherd hequeaths hrs rn in lerllrn lord to Paul Prstori to drag in the moon Kathryn Revnolds bequeaths her horn rimmed specs to Clallce Calkins to mfrke Morris secm ne rrer 11nd de rrer J Jeannette IaBarre beoueaths her stand in with Coach to Earl Deck who needs it badl Krtherme Semenfa beque xths her Whiz Ba 10 iocabuluy to Rubv Maurer Bernice Scott bequeflths her old Ries to Edith KIIIQOII to elle. crows Harold Stranahan bequeath hrs ability to put rn time to Katherine Smith resthetrc d mcmg' Frank Rowe bequeaths hrs long standing: affection for Scotty to Tom Flagler John Jacoby heque mths his Shell-ish lo les to Glenn Allen Fmml I etesch heque lths her nlrrlltx to sh rkc 1 mean hoof to Ted Hxrdy Hrzel 'NIcNe1l beque 1 hs her shock absorber to Romfune HCUHLf0lLl Fr xnces Deck heque rths her tl0LllllX to Url in -Xd xms Xioli Rrsmussen hcquc zths her ibllltw to write exlms out of hooks to Red NIUIVIY To the Junior Class ln 250191 1 ue beque ith our loxc for Rewclend Westby to hirr iss some other poor re rchcr To the Sophomoles We lequeith all our rnrtrals to occupy their sprre time in framing them out To the Freshmen we bequerth 'ill the lenox ledfre we guned in High School ftoo bid the Freshle got nothin' fun t ltql We her ebx nomlnate and appolnt N11 I' H Nladrson the executor of this our last will and testament In witness whereot xv hue herernto set our hands rnd seal this sixth du of June 19'-1 Signed SENIOR CL-XSS -ii-.. , . . , - , .... . , , . 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NAME B1 indle Dutch 1 Shep Mike Jimmie Barney Mabel Thissel Wlggs Jean e ti m Katy McNutt Scotty Anner Frank Johnny Frannie THE PIONEER SFC IIUWKI Nllly Ol llll SPNIORS OCCUPATION Carrying Iflorences pack ages home Pinchlng Pat St igin fist fights Playing poker Raising Jimmy Selling sandpaper and fly paper Trying to convince you Sleeping., Bragging Arguing Studvlng Doding Maggie S Fighting with Shep Bosslng Tvpewrlting Spreading it thick Taking her time. Working Buttmg in Teaching Coach Chem Getting sulky I AVORITF SAY ING Gee' Gee' Hey' Got your Spanish" All ii ht for you H1 Jack Thar noyy' Ay bet tray dollars To beat the Jews' D cl he honest" Whit d va git in the test" Vlell now supposm Oh Gee I cant get that XX ell for crvm out loud' Oh Iky Iky' Saaaaaaaaaay' I donnna knovy I didn t get that far Rags' Rags' Do you think so" Lemme See' Vi ell vyhen I was in Helena Hoyyya skimmm up" PASTIME Breikmg tialnin I inding fault Getting around Crmcy Chewing snoose Eating paste Playing checkers Chewing gum Swearing off the boys Giymg the horse laugh Pestlcatmg Chewing her finger nails Writing to Missoula Rushing around Chryying her pencil Getting shocked at Jimmy Cheating Talking to Rags Parting her hair differcnt Houndlng Scotty Explaining it Bein modest w yr W v Qs v w r x I 1 7 L 3 ' A I 1 A I J K AA l Q Q 7 Q Y Q. . , 1 .. ,, , . . U. . , Q. Q . Q . Q QQ Q Q .Q Q 7. . Q Q Q Pat z f' ' 'Q 'f .. "g j . ' . 1 1 . . . . Q Q ,Q . QQ Q ' ' ' v, v ' ' Y i . ' ' .. Teddy Falling in love. Your the ant's whiskers. Getting off the key. '. ' r ' . ' L ' ' ' . "' . . i , , . ,, . . . , . 7. Q . Q Q , Q Q. . Q . QQ P t 't ' ' . ' V' ' . ' ' ' , E ' ' Q ' . , , ' . . ' Q ' . . , I . ' ' c ' .'. 1 'I I , Vi QQ . . . ,Q . , Q Q Q . QQ THE PIONEER SIC IION KI XII N Ol IIII2 SPNIIIRSQCIDHIIHIIOIII P AXORITF SONG VI HERI' FOUND In thc Ifxenlng, Irx thg Nloonllght Fxux NI1ghtIc1x Nlx Self to Sleap Oxcl lou Slttln on the Inslde Loolxm at the Outslde lou C ot to Su Nl llll 1 Excrx Nlght W hen lou xml I Vhre Xoung N112 IC Ioxf hm Punnx C oogle Nly Sxxeetlf YI ent Axxax 4 Imxnmrl IRe1ch2ItJ BL Q Nolnomlx Knoxxs Hoxx Xhwe I -Xm I ut N1g.,ht on the Bulx Porch I lounge s Benton Drug, B211 bel Shop II xgen Block cu Lp Toxxn Ex QISXVIILIL Iexnncttm Ihth hu nose m .4 book W 1th I ll TFIN HF-XRS HFNFE Ilounupx BQII Hop Sultan of -ln Illsh Hfnem Prima Donna IH Sxxeden Bng Rxnghex ln -X111on1 Jlmllllt Q legal 'IQIXISCI Henpukecl husband Ixuplngr Iomx flom IIIIIIIIQ' III ho VI1 SOLIII Clruus W OIHICI lIlV8IIt0l of Chilm Pill NIISNIOIIAIY ln Indo fhmfx Chief nlglntu ln '1 INut Fxctolx .. .i. I ' I .' ' ' I ' , ' ' ,. , - I' ' f j I . 'f . " 'I ' '.'. 4' '- 'Vg A , 1v,...A',l ..vfAtv , r. 2 L ..h' Q' . 'I ' . 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IU W tll Johnnx Comm NIIILIIIII H me Home IN lth Nl School nclu Nlothu N XNIIIL, Illllglllf., nouml -Xt the Dorm thn xx I thx t1 nl of '1 xlwcz x r I h 'lhl 2 2 F ul -X Tuxlor Ilxu N X om in Hum ln Encxclopcclm Ixxehologlst IIOIILNNIOII xl iroolx Chexxln thi Rig: L cwfm I NI um xt foown II Stl tlllllll I IILIIU THE PIONEER SENIOR CLASS ROLL Herbert Herpecide Hercules Cooper. Francis Fistic Foamover Deck. Anna Angelgesic Anthill Hagen. John Jerusalem Jackass Jacoby. Jeannette Jasmanxca Junkheap LaBarre Ruth Runaway Ruffneck Lee Myrle Molded Moonshlne McKeever Hazel Horrlfled Hades McNe1l Emma Eggless El3StlC Petesch Kenneth Kerosene Katvengamer Pettit Nxola Venemous Veloclpede Rasmussen Edward Eg0ClStlC Elephant Relchelt Kathryn Katrlnka Katfxsh Reynolds Frank Fandango FlSh00k Rowe Bernlce Bughouse Bowleg Scott Katherme Kockeyed Kangaroo Semenza Mabel Magnesla Magnlfxed Shepherd Harold Henpecked Memmedln Stranahan Ella Eatmore Eggplant Thlsselle Ray Rattlesnake Rawhide Uhl Serene Sophlstlcated Shotgun Ward of 5- I F1-as ffffyy. 3 w""""Zm ?"'9 N-A ca-kQz,5'Q' T1 Qu WM? z ll. in-.N.,., l. nj-gf, , l ' . -,s - ef fvffn. 4 441- -1 15 -1? . ' ' ' J " T , ...ff A of E , 4 I -rg' .232-F ' " f, -L . -- ,v ',, " I I M L .Ay 443. ,wr Q, VH Q .JE J wwf . . .1 . F f- .- ' ' ' - f 'Q U- ' f"i,,,, -is ,U -A fe, X If fxfiifb LTRW 3-Q ff SE Q? E PIO l " if " 5 , F51 ,. x 1' .f P XTJQW KL 7XfxQf5 MDV 'X X IO ?f, i X s v...,U f I L N r 7 'Q Q I. THE PIONEER JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY When we enrolled as members of C. F. H. S. we were helpless and hardly able to stand the udxcule and crltlclsms of the upper classmen It was sllppery those days and our only prouslon were our brams Those who had none dropped out ln the beg.,1nn1ng and those who had few borrowed from those who had many At the close of our Freshman year we wele no longer the weakest 1n the school but as yet not the mlghtlest The next year as Sophomom es we were well represented ln all school 3CtIVltl0S In football Durward Allen Jav Allen and Warren Johnson recelved letters Ioulse Curtls and Margaret Muxr held flrst team posltlons m Basketball Then to show our ablllty IH the hne of llterature Kathryn Reynolds and Morrls Stevens were members of the Ploneer Staff Thls year we are the mlghty Jumors second to none Knot excepting SQIIIOFSJ As a class our Junlor recold IS one to be remembered wxth Barton 'Vlurray and Jay Allen IH football Margar t Nlulr Anna Frlellng Vlrglhla Goetllch and Loulse Curtls holdmg flrst team posltlons m basketball Paul Plstorl representlng us ln Track Dur ward Allen Glenn Allen and NIOFPIS Stevens m the Student Councll and Barton Mur rav ln Basketball We were also lepxesented on the Staff by Morrls Stevens and Dur ward Allen Morrls Stevens and Glenn Allen were two of the three boys sent to Boze men to the conference Then too some of our members took part ln the operetta Mlss Cherry Blossom The Junxor ela s stunt and the Nhnstrel Sheet were considered two of the best events of the H S 'ix Jmks IVIOFFIS Stevens and Clarlce Calkln took part ln the H S play glven as the mam event of the H1 Jmks The Junlors also won the tlcket sale for the H S ent xtamment As a reward for our efforts we were glven a hollday for a class plcnlc Another vlctory of the Junlor Class was the wmmng of the Glrls Interclass Basketball Tournament Of course no one w1ll forget the Junlor Prom and Banquet We as Junlors have made a place for ourselves and as we pass on to our Senlor year we leave our places to you Sophomores the Junlols of the future and we hope you may have as much success and as many happy memorles as we hawe had Ioulse Curtls 79 PRESIDENT Glenn Allen SECRETARY TREASURER MOIIIS Stevens CLASS FLOWER Red Rose NIOTTO Labor Vlncxt Omnla COLORS Rose and Gold -XDVISOR MISS L Heluk T7 AA Y -f v r. . 1 ' r v , . , , ' . v ' , K ' ' . 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' , . . ,D - 4 ,, ,- VICE PRESIDENT ...........,....,,,.........,,.......,.,,..,,.....,....,,..,., Katherine Smith A ,,.,........... ,,,,............. ...,.......,. ......... ..,, ,,............. . . - ' b 0 D THE PICNEER AS SEEN BY THE SCHOOL ROOM CLOCK I am a clock not a yery old one erther I have been here eyer smce Chouteau County Hrgh School was bull" I belong to a large favnrlv Some of my brothers are tall and some are short ome large and some small I-'oxyeyer I am largre A great many of us were born rn a forergn country as vyell as I myself I can glance out oyer the room and see some other for ergn countrres represented here for rnstance Holland France and oh manv others but I shall not name them all now I hang up hrgh on the srde of the large assembly room ot the C C H S and therefore I can watch the happenrngs of each and every dav Here come the puprls nto the room and such a merry lookrng group Thev all seem to be rn a hurrv and notrce rf you wrll how they look up at me and they all stare so that they really make me feel ashamed of myself so I keep my hands over mv face Do you thrnk I haye bad manners when I tell you th1s'7 I hear the puprls talkrng al out therr lessons Men and women come and talk ot the students but none of them seem to notrce me unless they are afrard that they haye talked too long eycept for the servrce I render them But please dont thmg I am complamrng of my lot for I am not though lrke the present day unron man I do go on a strrke In the farthest row srt the lrttle Freshmen next to them the brrght looklng Sophomcres and Oh' next them that dear class of Junrors whrle rn the row closest to me are those scholarly Senrors I haye several lrttle brothers as I told you before some of whrch boys and grrls carrv wrth them These lrttle brothers go from room to room and hear everythmc that rs sard and they come to me and tell everythlng just lrke all lrttle brothers are rn the habrt of dorng The other day I heard that Mr Westby asked some of the students how to keep sweet crder from gettrng hard and Rags sard Drlnk rt Ah' there comes a de r lrttle Junror prrrl Regma Why d1d she srt down wrtl' such a perplexed look on her face She turns round and calls rn a whrsper to NIOITIS why do you suppose Shep sard I was a lrttle flower" Ho Ho thats easv Regma because you are often fresh and sometrmes rosy Sometrmes Scotty srts wrrh John but I thrnk that rs Just before a hard Chemrstrv lesson she then yxalk dovsn the arslc. smrles at Frank She doesnt stop any more lrke she used to Rags eems to be receryelng all the attentron Mr Grycmaker has charge of the assemblv the seventh perrod Durrng the yyrnter the students had bad cold Therr only rellef was coughrng One day they had spasms almost N11 Grycmaker asked What rs the mrtter wrth you all got the drstemperl I laughed to myself for thev were makmg so mueh norse I could not make myself heard VS hen Helen Rerchelt veas gfttrng. ready for school thrs mornmg Fddre asked Helen what drd Ras want last nlght an umbrella or my derby hat'7 I heard hrm s ry before he left Oh Just one, Helen " I could tell you many other thmgs that I hear but I must brrng thls solrloquv to a clo e before I trre vou , .. . 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Just as the average Fieshman we got into the wrong classes, were razzed by the Seniors, and finally settled down to work. At the first class meeting the election was held, John Morris wes elected Presidentg Margaret Sharp, Vic-e Presidentg Rena Savage, Secretary and Treasurer, George Reynolds, Class Reporterg and Mr. Madison, Class Adviser. Harold Britton and George Reynolds, two members of the class, attended the Vocational Conference at Bozeman. The trip was a reward for the winners of the stock judging contest. In the declamatory contest the Freshmen ranked among the highest with John Morris winning first place Other contestants of our class were Helen Culbert son Dale Harnish and Margaret Sharp So passed a very eventful year and the Freshmen of 1922 23 became the Sophomores of 1923 24 This fall we came back not quite so green but as fresh as ever Seven mem bers of our former class were missing at the beginning of the year and six new pupils entered at different times during the year The new students were Ruth Adams Vivian Wood Evelyn Pettapicce John Wood Delyne Hoyer and Edith Kmyon When a class meeting was called John Morris was again elected President for a s cond time Helen Culbertson Vice President Ruth Adams Secretary and Treasurer and Mr Madison Class Adviser In athletics the Sophomores made a fine showing John Morris Harold Britton and George Reynolds were substitutes on the football team In basketball John Morris held a position on the team Benton Wilford and George Murray were sub stitutes John Morris George Murray and George Reynolds were on the track team In the Inter class basketball tournament the Sophomore class took a very prominent part They lost onlv to the Seniors At the H1 Jinks given at the Mission Theatre February 5th and 6th the Sophomores presented a one act comedy entitled All in a Lifetime Vivian Wood Edith Kinyon and Margaret Sharp had chorus parts in Miss Cherryblossom the Operetta Ruth Adams was a soloist John Morris held a place on the Annual Staff as Athletic Editor This year we are Sophomores and rather insignificant But next year we will pitstnt the Junior Prom And after that Oh Boy' the Senior Row Margaret Sharp Helen Culbertson '26 PRESIDENT John Morris VICE PRESIDENT Helen Culbertson SECRETAR1 TREASURER Ruth Adams CLASS FLOW ER Red and White Carnation MOTTO Plan Xour Work and Work Your Plan COLORS Blue and White -XDVISOR Nlr Madison f 1 I . - 1 1 ' 1 - ' . . 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Mr. Weslty is a graduate of the Terry High School and the State University of Montana in 1920. Coach was handicapped at the beginning: of the season on account of a late start in practice and also in having' to build a team around two letter men of former years. However after a few weeks of hard practice we had a team that made a very creditalxle Showing FOOTBALL Dutch the captain of the 1094 football team of C C H S uae a football playei fiom a vsax back He could be dep nded upon foi 1 glound game: ex en time the ball was put into his hands he was one of the haideet line Qmolxcls in the Stitc and alvsawq found .1 hole in thf line lf than uae am C C H S li xery 1 foltunate in losing such a min aa Dutch PIOVKLXLI he will lac hcaid of in some lug. college game ln the near future and we can be pioud to sax he came from C C H S . 2 Y . ' , . v .tv ' .. I ' 'A S5 '- A- - 1 ' 1 A - 1 -If ' F 2 , . -. Lv. ' ' :'1' ' .... '. ' 'ul- . . ' K, 2 , h . , X , l ,Q l Y- ? 5 ' ' B' 1 ' r 1 ' , . . . X M XRTIN HUVSBERGER Left End 140 pounds THE PIONEER RAIPH SHEPHERD Center 160 pounds Although thls was Shep s flrst year on the regulars he made many an opposing center thmk It his flfth Shep never falled to get the ball to the back fleld men and he was one of the mam tays of the lme JOHN MORRIS Left Cuard 157 pounds Fogarty was handlcapped at the flrst of the year by playlng ln the backfleld but after bemg put ln gualds posltlon he settled down and became Sheps best wlng He never falled to get through hxs opponent He was a good man at blocklng and tacklmg HERBERT COOPER left Tackle-l'10 pounds Jlmmp was a sure bet at tackle He never falled to get through the opposlng llne and nall the runner wlth the ball Along with Fogarty Jlmmy made one of the best blockers seen IH a mole skln sult Thus was Puds fnst, year ln thls posltlon but he plaxed llke a xetexan He was good at breakmg up interference and he al ways make clean and hald hlttlng tackles that were sule to hmg down hls man , . - - . . , . , 7 . 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THE PIONEER JoHN JACOBY Right End 160 pounds Johnny after havlng played end on the Helena H S team came to C C H S and played his old posltlon on the first team Johnny was good at breaking and running interference H was first on hlS feet and was good at covering punts RAY UHL Left Half 157 pounds Brmdle was one of the clevelest men IH open field running that was ever seen on a football field His ablllty to pass and drop kick helped C C H S win several games that would otherwise have been lost Brlndle was good at tackling and runnlng in terference BARTON MURRAY Right Half 138 pounds Hank was swltched from guard to rlght half and he usel hls blocking ablllty to a great advantage ln runnmg interference Hank was fast on his feet and never failed to get his man Hank was one of the hardest hitting tacklers C C H S ever had on a football team HAROLD BRITTON Right Guard 150 pounds ThlS was also Brits first year in the moleskln His lack of experience ln football proved a handicap to him but bv the end of the season he was playing like a re ular. Brit was a good blocker and he outwitted every guard he played against. THE PIONEER GEORGE VIURRAY Quarter Back 115 pounds Red was the smallest man on the team thls year although the opposlng team thought hlm much heavier when he hlt their l1ne In runmng the team and handlmg the ball Red dld as well and will be good future materlal KENNETH PETTIT Tackle Pettit played a strong game at tackle He was a hard hlttel and never failed to do h1s stuff when called upon Pettlt was a good man on offense as well as defense BEVTON VN ILFORD End and Tackle Wllford was a handy man on the team as he was able to plav elthel end or tackle He was a clew er blocker and a hard hltter Benton w11l be wlth us next year Nl XRREN JOHNSON Right Tackle-149 pounds Puke after playing substltute on the 79 team came back thls yea: and used hls experlence to a great advantage on the l1ne He was a clever tackler and one of the best blockers IH the llne Honorable mentlon must be glven to those who reported for practlce every nlght and took abuse and pumshment George Reynolds, Jack Porter, Dale Halnlsh, James Mackenzle, Paul Plstorla, and Urban Adams are among these and they wlll be strong men ln next year's lme up . L ' A T , . Y . YN ..L:.. A ..- Q . A A 1 I . A L A " c - - V. ' THE PIONEER RAE CLEVE O. WESTBY-Coach. Coach Westby had at the beginning of the basketball season about twenty men out for practice, practically all of them green material. By the end of the "hoop" season ours was one of the best drilled teams in this district and a strong contender for district honors. BASKETBALL UHL C aptam Ray was one of the fa test FO1WdldS who ex er wore a basket ball suit fm C C H S After being a substitute for the 1973 Champi ns Rax came back this year and vson for himself a shlftv and cm ers the floor well C C H S and the re t of the team regrets that their Captain will noe Le back next year We ne sure that the team that gets Ray in his college dai xull be as plouel of him as his C C H S team mates 3 K , 1 'S . . . 5 . , , x . , 'Q FOl'VVZlld,S berth on the All District Squad. Ray is fast and THE PIONEER EDWARD REICHELT forward Dutch IS one of the clexerest Basketball men the C C' H S has ever had In passmg the ball and shootlng there IS no other hls equal Dutch plays hard and newer qults untll the fmal whxstle blows NI XRTIN HL NSBERCER-Substltute Pud IS a xelw handy man bemg able to play m any posltxon on w the quxntett Pud H8291 falls to add a polnt to C C H S score when he 15 put m to scrap Newt year we hope to flnd Pud '1 Shllllllg' star on the first strlng KENNETH PETTIT Center A man to even up the score when xt us needed most Pettit may be depended upon He IS good at coverlng the floor and has a keen eye for the basket He played center on the second team last year and recelved many polnters from the Dlstrlct Cham plons whlch enabled htm to do hls stuff this season JOHN MORRIS C uard Fogarty s work as guard was equal to that of any player 1n the state He seldom allowed the opposlng players to score wlthln hls texrltolv He can be depended upon to be one of the most w xluahle men on newt vear s team 70 .W , ,.,.,, f . 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VIORRIS Thin li John s fnst veal at track He took part 1n hlgh Jump and pole vault We ale glad he wlll be vu '1 ue next year THE PIONEER TRACK QLENEO NFSTBX Coxth In tlack as IH the othel llnee of eport 'Nh VVeSby Wai under tht same dlffxcultxes because of 1I'16Xp6llLnL0l,l materlal W made .1 Llftlltdllll showlng., at the Cl1ql'.IlCt meet at Bu. Sandy It xs to le legxetttd that fmances plexentcd our sendlnf., thc men to Nlxssoula fox the State matt DHI Waa a born track man Dulmg, hls four years 1n hlgh school he ha been able to make a dlstllct nxme for hlmself exch yeal Ray IS '1 'snappy sprlntex takmg part ln the 50 100 and 220 yard dasheq Brmdle wlll be mlssed next Vear REILHELT CDutchJ Was our ml h man and hurdler At e North Ccntl xl dlStllCt meet Dutch plac d ln extry exent he entered In our heme Intelclass meet he plled up the M010 for hw class Aff - , v ,, V 1 V J 'E' C o ' ' , ' ., . ,L '. K ', 1 5-1 ' '. ',L. . 5. ' .', . f 1 '. t Q v 1. 1-1 '- 1 1 v' ,-. E 'B 1' 1 1 'y 1 I 'Q L 1 v 1 1 ' . 1: - v 1 -1- ' r 1 A A . I ' ll. -. ac., ' Lf 1- . . 1 ' T - - - , S ,. . . , .A - 1 1' . , ' . ' . I ' P. " '. c 1 . ' 1 1 ' 1 ' v ., 'A ' 1 H+ . . . ' - " .X . 1 . , v' 5 4 ig . . th 1 ' 'Z . 1 8 ' V, v THE PIONEER SEASON'S TRACK RECORD The- 1924 Track team was the third team put out by F. C. H. S. This year we were not as successful as in previous years. We won third at the North Central mee-t. Big Sandy took first and Havre second. Our Track team was made up of seven men Of these only' tvvo had had previous experience These men were eager for track and turned out every night for practice torch Vyestby worked hard anl with untrrmg efforts to turn out a wrnnrng tearrr This was 1 drffrcult thing to aecomplrsh with comparatively green men but by the trme another year rolls around you will see old C C H S t the top of the ladder rr rthletres rgrrn This year due to frnancral crndrtrons our school was unable to send a team to Nlrssoula to the State Track Nleet but h rd we been able to send our men we would un doubtedlv have taken several points as Rav Uhl our star man tied the state record rn running the 50 yrrd dash and Edward Relchelt was good rn the hurdles and werghts Our Relav team was composed of Geor ge Murray Paul Prstorr Ray Uhl Edw rrd Rerchelt rnd John 'Vlerrrs They were all there when rt crme to d rshrng but thev were un xble to pl rce rt Brg Sandy mostly beeause of draw or outside traek We lose only two of our men thrs year and although they were our highest point men we feel sure that wrth those who have had experrence thrs year and the new eommers we wrll be able to put out a team that wrll be hard to buck up against and one that wrll mak old C C H S proud of itself John 'ylorrrs GIRLS BASKETBALL The girls team thrs year was organized under the drrectron of Loach Westby -X large number of girls turned out for practrce thrs year and there was much heated rrv ally as to who would make tne team Some of the players were old hands at rt having had previous exper ence Bet they had to travel to lrold their own as some of the new glrls were llckers We had a first and second te rm and most of our games were between these two te rms The one outside game we had was with our old fr lends big Sandy The girls from Brg Sandy re noted for being, hard players but our term s emed to le able t show them up with a score of 9 to 8 rn our favor Thrs branch of athletrcs has created much rnter est thrs year and we hope rt wrll be contrnued with ev en better success next year Nlargrret Nlurr tcaptalnj Right Forward K rtherrne Semenaa R Guard -Xnn r I rrelmg, Center I ou s Lurtrs or vv rrd N rrg nrr Goettrrch or ward Nlyrtle NIcKeev er Sur Flla Thrsselle Srb . 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THE PloNEER -- THE HIGH SCHOOL GLEE CLUB Standlng Esther Smlth Kathryn Revnolls Lou ie Curtli Katherme Ce'nenza Rini Lottle Heluk Romalne Henneford Serene VN ard Rath Lee Mvlle NIcKe tu Bernlce Brown Dolothy Brown Slttmg Vlvxan Wood Ruth Adams Nlargalet Sharp Eat:-l ne Pettxt Fmma To seen Kathexlne Smlth Florence Vargaeon Irla Ball x Antwlnne te WIcLe Sh The Glee Club was oxpanlfed thxs year under the supez ISIOD of MISS Iottle Helwk The memhel-. put m some verv good plactxce and 'lt the few enteltalnmentls gnen Qhowed umirkxlmle plogres The H1 Jlnks had thlee Glee Club memlus, In the entertalnment grnen by the XY omtns Club th Glen Club 'xgaln p'1I'UClplt9tl 'md the glrls m the Operetta wexe mth but a few txceptlcns all Glee Club members Thu organlzatxon hfw been xexy foxtun rte thm wear m haxlng. a lc ulu who knew YDUSIC md llked It Undo the gl.1l4ll.I1CL of Whse Heluk xv. hope next Xldl to mxlxt thls Llub 1 great Quccees 4+ HI JINKS The H1 Jmlw ww 'mn entertamment gn en bv the Hlgh school m X3l1lCll 'mll the :tudents partlclpated Each class had a speclal stunt the Glee Club L ut three musxc 11 numbere and there was a one act comedy ln xx hlch membexs of all the clabmeb pa1t1c1 pated It wav a pronounced Nuccees and we hope to hawe otherb llke lt ' 2- ' , ' Y Q , i. 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THE PIONEER MISS CHERRYBLOSSOM AN OPERETTA Presented B5 The CHOUTEAU COUNTY HICH SCHOOI May I 1924 PLACE Kokemo s Tea Garden Tokyo Japan ACT I Afternoon ACT II Nlght of the same day ACT III Nlght one week later THE STORY Evelyn Barnes an Amerlcan gurl born ln Japan whose parents dle there ls brought up as a Japanese glrl Her father s secretary uses her property as hls own When Evelyn for Cherryl IS about elghteen Worthlngton fthe secretaryj returns to Japan wlth a party of frlends One of them Jack falls m love w1th Cherry and wlshes to marry her but Kokemo who has blought her up as hls daughter vnshes her to marry Togo a rlch Japanese pol tlclan The followmg actxon centers around Jacks endeavor to outwlt Togo and Kokemo Cherry flnally learns her true ldentlty claxms her property and marrxes Jack to the satlsfactlon of all CAST 0F CHAR KCTERS Cherry Serene Ward Kokemo s daughter but m reallty Evelyn Barnes of New York Kokemo Proprxetor of a Tea Garden Charles Morrxs Jack Smlth Edward Relchelt A New Yorker on a v1s1t to Japan as Worthlngton s guest Harry Jones Jacks Pal Kenneth Pettlt Mr Worthmgton a New York fmancler on a trlp to Japan Glenn Allen James Young Worthmgton s Secretaly Morrls Stevens Jessica Vanderpool Worthmgtons Nlece Ruth Adamq Togo a Japanese Polltlclan Theodore Hardy CHORUSES CEISHA GIRI S A JAPANESE CHORUS Anna Bennedette Katherme Semenza Myrle McKeever Romamc. Henneford Emma Petesch Ruth Lee Helen Relchelt Katherme Smlth VIXIHH Wood Edlth Kmyon AMERICAN CHORUS Ralph Shepherd Vlrglma Goettllch Earl Deck Mable Shepherd Frank Rowe Bernlce Scott Durward Allen Margaret Sharp Thomas Flagler Estelene Pettlt Jay Allen Louise Curtxs ?T lA ' I I n 4' ' v 1 '- . , , . ,. v 9 s v ' . . ' ' . . . ' '. 7 . . T . , . - 9 v - . ' . , ,' 1 1 1 . : . . . . , ' , A . . . . , . , . . to x , . . , -------'--4------------'-ee--------4-------- - -----,,-----Y.-,--- Y 3 . . . , , . , I --,,--,.-,---,---------.--,--,---,----,-------- ---- ..-,....,... vv.... A .......... ....... - 9 1 -eee ---- - ------,--- . , ' , y ------------------f--------,-----A-A,4..----------.- ,,... . .. . . . , . , ---------------------------------------'AAA...------ ....Y..... . 1 ----- - ------ ---- ------------'-- '----- - - - ---- ----- e W' 1 A 4 , I 4 I ' 1 . V. . . fg fi ,. -if if fb' x I f' 1. 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A fu 1 W, j'f I f C ymx' uallfih x H 1-4,5 it 8' f'5 M me g . 4, ff?-fm 1 ZYMVJ , 41,1 gem F df If THE PIONEER There are teachers pedantlc And teachers qulte frantlc Studv periods are not to be used for the fo low m purposes And teachers who Just love to bone Sleepmg But fh1S Teachers a leecher A posltlve creature Oh' I wlsh I could get her alone There are meters trochalc and meters 1amb1c And meters of musxcal tone Wrltmg lettels Readmg novels lexcept for Enghshl Day dreammg Vxsltmg Wandermg around Dom Nothm But the meter thats neater and sweeter Lookmg at fhlm her? completer Attmg l1ke a fool even lf It IS natural Is to meter ln the moonhght alone Mlss Helvmk fOpen1ng of Operettaj All rlght run up the cultam Fogarty M Say what do you thmk I am a SQUIFYCIK' + Coach fexplammg terrasesj You seee the hot water flows from the top and as lt cools forms sort of hollowed out baslns Whlsper from the corner Ill bet he has a geyser m the top of h1s head Where Ja get the new hat" Do you llke lt" Can I try lt on" Wha Ja get thls klnd for Whyn cha get a blue one" How much d1d lt cos fWonder who dropped a nlckel ln Estelene'7l M Grycmacher iflndmg Wlggs asleepj Harold Oh I was awake all mght Grycmacher Where were you last n1ght" Harold Oh I was awake when I went to bed and when I got up + 4 Serene and Ruth were comparing progress ln Catechlsm study Ive got to the orlglnal s1n sald Ruth How far are you" Mel Oh Im way beyond redemptxon sald Serene + A Freshman h6Slt,3t63 on the word connolsseur Prof What would you call a man that pretends to know everything? Freshle A professor + + Mother QTO Jack Polter who reached for somethlng at the tablel Why dld you reach way cross the table llke that" Havent you got a tongue? Jackxe-Yes but lt wouldnt reach that far 4 + Mlss Helvlk Where IS your grammarl Eatmg meals llncladlng chewmg guml Lookmg pretty + Pettlt fm operetta practlcel Shall I mark tlme wlth my feet ma am" Miss H Dxd you ewtr hear of markmg tlme wlth your hands? Pettlt I understand clocks do ma am A shrewd llttle fellow who had Just Legun to read Latm astonlshed hls master by the followmg translatlon V1r a man, gm a trap Vlrgm a man trap + Teachee teachee All day teachee Papers markee Nerves all creepee No one klssee No one huggee Poor old maldee No one lovee Exchange + 4 what IS one of the plmcxpal cltles ln Hollandq Herbert Amstergosh M Grycmacher You mean Amsterdam don t you " Herbert Yes thats what I mean but Ive glven up swearlng durln Lent + + M Vladlson fplaylng the plano whxle practlclng for operetta Eddle Mlss Helvlk I can t slng that fast Mrss Helvlk Mr Madlson please play a lxttle slower Mr Madlson Well I was just followmg Eddle + 9 IMPOSSIBLE' Katle Reynolds got a D' Earl Deck kept stlll flve mmutes' Vlola wrote a test wlthout usmg her book' Vhggs dldnt blow up ln Chemlstrv' + 4 Ella You gotta graduate? Wlggs Graduate? Ill say I do If I dont Dorls M Oh she s home wlth grandper my old man ll krck me out ' . . 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THE PIONEER Do you speak Pollsh" Yes to some extent All rlght let s hear you Prxyttruxx slmnqrqn rxquzmlgp What does that mean 9" Ues, now llsten to thls Orlzzyx What does that mean" Im golng to town on the flVe 0 clock traln a l won t return untll evemng Shep Yes slr It s pretty hard collectlng money Just now, I know lt Prof Have you trled and falled" Shep Oh no Prof How do you know money lS hard to col lect" Shep-Because several people have trled to col lect from me 4 Brlndle ftalklng to Jimmy, I m g0lHg to glve up clgarettes Pettlt foverhearlrlgl Good enough' I need one rlght now Mlss Helvlk tln Engllshj Spell bum Farl Deck B M bum Earl Sure It does I left you tub out Pettlt Is WlggS as lndolent as people clalm'7 Jlmmy C Indolent" That fellow s too lazy to follow the llne of least reslstance Hard Lookmg Tramp H1 Mr Im golng your way Prof MadlSOH So I see but Ill get there be fore you do Junkman Rags' Rags' Rags' Charles Ragland Dont you get so all flred 1 sonal ln your remarks 4 It lsn t where you get It when you got It when you get lt vxhy got lt thats enough 4 Freshle I belong to the army of the Lord Senlor Yes but you re a long ways from head quarters 4 IS for Cooper a Senlor so flne IS for Calklns a Junlor dlxlne for Harnlsh a Sophomore so mean IS for Semema a Freshman so green 4 4 A Isn t nature wonderful" B Hou s that' X She ZIVGS us our faces but we can plClx our te th Prof What IS I'3tl07 WlggS Ratlo lS proportlon Prof What lS proportlon Wlggs Ploportlon IS ratlo Prof But what IS ratlo and proportlon" Wlggs I can only answer one questlon at a tlme 4 4 Ya' and she sald Oh he dldn t elther"' She s the blggE.St llar I ever knew What dld he say"" Oh' and they tec' hee' hee' Oh' I thought I d dle' Yes but she sald tMabel and Maggle ln the cloakroomj 4 Ruth Qdlscusslng PIOYIOGPI Wonder what we ll have for our foreword' Fogarty Ray or Eddle 4 Scene Havre All chalacters on stage Settlng Grand Hotel lobby Ewery one slttlng around looklng out the wln dows d0ggle Sudden sllence' Wonder what Barton s blushlng about' 4 4 Eddle Dld you ever hear of a person kllled by a deadh glance? Pat No but I know a guy who got a broken alm due to an empty stalr 4 4 Coach fln Alg BJ Well what do you call lt lf there are four equal angles' Sam T Do you know or are you Just trylng to flnd out" 4 4 Shep If you glve us a test ln Commerclal Lau today Ill sell you some rotten strawberrles next Saturday 4 4 In days of old when knlghts were bold And wore those SUltS of tln We wonder what the heck they dld When bugs and ants sneaked ID 4 MBUYICC S What an awful gash you have on your forehead' Fogarty Oh' next to nothlng next to nothlng 4 Wvlggi W hat dld they put ln pvrex to make lt XNltllSt,3Ild heat' Coach If you want to know Ill glxe you a b ok to read on lt H . T . . H ,, . T . . . , . . u ' 1 rv T ' ' 9 . , . . . H Y! ' Q ' ' ' , . 1 . H T . . . H . . ,, . T . H V if ' U y . . , . v ' ' n lx ' T T + + T sn y ' r ' T - ' 1 ' u v - - rx , . . . H . T , ' ' u T n if Y ' YI - , . . . T ' - 14 ' ' T TH . , . . - , Q- 4 i . T ' ' ' 44 v ....- 4 E-. rv . T . . H , . . TH . H ' . .1 + .- - ' n 1 . ' YY ' .- + + .- - - ' - T ' u u ' , , , , L4 Y! - A T ' 7 v ' - ' as r u , . MISS Helvlk- That doesnt Spell bum- Mrs. Coach-"0h! see the cute llttle whlte TH ' -Il . ,, -- 4 4 l - . . . . , , ' 1 i 4 Q i K, ' . . , . K W ! ' Q- Y ' Y n W y ' ' ' a I n "" , l I - 4 4 - . r. 1 - T 1 ' - I 1:1 ' . i -- T + T .T . . , , , . . ' , , . 1 v ' ' ' v - ' v ' i ' l ' . Q TT TT . T I Y V ' . T v y y Y - ' ' , l- 4 1 ' I . c. ' , - ' . 1 - + - C. ' , ' - '- H. ' ' , . - S. .. p.. ' . A , . . T ' 1 ' l i. -1 4 -- , . T , . . vy - V. I . l I . ' T V , ' v V e . 2 ' ' . Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept THE PIONEER HIGH SCHOOL CALENDAR 4-Another year started rayerybody lookrng rmportant especrally Senrors and Freshres fat least so they thrnk J 0 Gomg to classes strll noyclty Met the teachers only one new one Miss Helyrk 10 Over a hundred enrolled now so guess well get another teacher to take Mr Lennrng s place 13 Senror party put off by Prof 14 Hrp' Hrp New teacher comrng Monday Its a man and lets hope hes not marrrcd Sept 17 Mr Westby here today Oh shoot' he s marrred more luck Sept 18 Lstelene- Xou ve taught before haven t you Mrss Helvrk" Mrss Helyrk 1 s wav?" Estelene Why the mrnute I looked at you I ayv your puprls Sept 20 'Vlr Stranahans frrst lecture Sept 21 Inrtlatron party given for Ifreshres and new krds Just lots of eats n everythrng Sept '78 Mr Stranahans second lecture Oc 1 Second month started noy elty krnd of yvorn off Oc Oct Oc Oc Oc Oct Nov Nov Noy Nov Nov Nov Noy Noy Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec 'rn an an 'rn J xn 4 Student Body nomrnatron 5-Boys play frrst game rn Havre tomorrow Heres luck to em and hope they get back rn trme for Power s :lance 8 Student Body electron 18 Teachers Instrtute Great I4 lls beat us at football 19 Boys play Falls tomorrow All rrght noyv watch us hook em 26 Football game rn Falls tornor row C L H S vs St Marys Watch our smoke 9 Oh Shoot' the boys go to Lewrstown tomorrow Lonesome wrthout them but hope they wrn 8 Glee Club started Snake dance rn honor of Teton game 9 Eddre suggested thar yye get fr wreath for the dedreatlon of thc statue on the eleventh Brrght rdea 19 Serene and Ruth tcok th wreath up-sure was 1 beauty lots of flowers tred wrth purple and gold rrbbon 14 Estelene Pettrt and Katherrne Scmenm go to Voc rtronfrl Conference Prof 1n hnglrsh III Where rs Chaos' Arnx B In Ie ro Well where 1n Hell IS rt" 73 Prof puts 1 strrng of notrces on the board P8 Ah' Here goes or the fust turkey and rlso frrst Holrdry Wont be back tlll the 3rd 2 Everybody gained frye pounds and glad to see each other back etc iso they all sry I 1 Begrnnlng of second term test 13 Inter Class Tournament 14 Anna and her nose made '1 trrp to the doctor 18 All the lrttlc Preshres berng good chrldrcn do hrye to get rn good yyrth Santa 70 Frrst Basketball g-me tonrght Heres where we senl Hayre home wrth '1 black eye and a Nlerry Chrrstmas Dope upset 71 At last the lon fed for yfrcatron II ell Xdros eyerybody Well meet you rn 1094 9 School starts same old gag Resolutrons Nlrss Helyrk not here 3 Coach ate too much turkey I guess cause he sure has a grouch on 4 -'Ifter teaehrng us all he kn w about frugalrty resourcefulness etc 'Wir Stranahan made hrs fl ml speech Fu st resolutlon lroken 'No lesson today Nlrss Helyrk back . . , 1 ' , xv ' Q ' -.- . 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U1 "ID 'ln Ill 'In 'Ill 'IH dl'l 311 an an Feb Fe 1 Feb Fe 1 Feb Fe 1 Fe 1 Fe 1 I-'e 1 Ieer eb THE PIONEER 8 Xrola and Katre S lobbeel then harr 9 Catherme Smrth wot the measles Oh' for ch1ldhoods p'11ns and rlls 10 B ,t Blg Sandy to 14 Semester Exams thrs yyeek yyhlch ansyyers for all the books golng home and shoynlngz srgns of use too Boys pl 1y Falls tcmouoyy hope they get along: better th It I d1d 1n my exams No prrtles yyrthout Faculty consent Oh durn' boys are gomg on a tyyo el ly tr 1p sure m1ss them Bovs play Hay re tomght more povyex to the11 elboyys Here s to rt boys yxrth Chlnook Case of Suspenslon gorng strong' Barton WQZIIIIIL boreel look all the tlme noyy for pract1ce 31 Another month all shot and also all the r1esolut1ons 1 Teton comrng tonrght yyell vue hatc to do rt but we ll haye to hook em 4 Dress reher1s'1l M1s lon theatre 1 H1 Jmks to le put on tomebt Junrors won tleket eontest hrel to let the poor lxllls hue It to kcep up then sprrlts for the Prom 1 So manv people crme last nrgrht to Hr Jmks that vue hue to put ln on agillll tonrght Isn t rt nrce to haye a talented school QU 1 Nobodv studyrngf 1nd gettmo awav wrth It Answer H1 Jmks Woman member of legrslature gaye a lceture 13 Boys go on a three days rp tomorrow 11 School 1nspector yrslts sc' ool 19 Womans Club entertamed us tonrght Prelhets say Harlem wlll yyrn the Tournament Another flb 71 Boys yyon frrst g1me from Val1er 92 Boys strll golng strone beat Inycrncss too 29 John M gets a demerrt for trkrng hrs beauty s cep rn school March 1 Prof tearlng a sheet off the calendar I guess Ill take a month off Ruth Lee 24 March 3 A bunch of regulrtlons put on th board establ1sh1ng Oth hour agam Seems llke old trrnes Mareh 4 Themes' Themes' T'1emes' Thats all teachers thmk 1bout It rs just as easy for a Senlor to Vx 1te 'rn es rv on Mmners as rt rs for a Freshman to eat green apples and not get srck Vlarch o N11 Westby to Chem Class Why rs It that mllh sours after a thunder storm Jrrnmre Because the lrgxhtnlngr lnocks the bacter1a doyy rr March 6 Jeannette Was that the flrst or last bell" Ixatherme I elont know I ney er can tell these bells apart March 1 N11 Vtestby Hoy can you keep sweet crder from turnrng to hard Cld91'9 V5 rggs Drmk lt 'Vlareh 10 Hele comes the prof yylth yyhlt looks lrke repo1t efnds 'Vlareh 11 Bonehead loll posted M ireh 19 School closed for ten days Oh' Bov' Am t It '1 QI 1nd rnel glorrous feel n" W1 neh 7-1 N11 NIIKIISOII to kemor Enelrsh Class By thls trme you shoulel le able to put a feyy sentences together Applause' Nlarch 21 Semor Class meetrng had a yerv rnterestlng frght oyer announcements Ex er vbody par tlcrpated March 31 Heard eyerybody t'1lk1ngz xbout somebody named Peter Rooske Wonder Apr rl Apr rl Apul yyho he IS? 1 -Xprrl Fool S1211 on the board Oy mg to conehtlons here there yy1ll be no school -Xprll rth General ICJOICIIIQ' tlll on lookmg: up the date on the calendar found -Xprrl mth yyas S1turday bturgf' P Half the faculty got stuck rn the mud at Portage so we had a frnc trme 1ll eay VS sul stltutln for N1 NIAIIQOI1 In Com -5111 VN ha IS e answer to the problem Lrban" brban I don t knoyy yyork rt yourself 'S N11 Nladrson to CHICK Class When does Congress me t" 'Pnd yyeek 1n February Good all rlffht except thc day and the month J1 . - ' ' . 1 1 ' J ' - ' 1 ' ' 1 K Q 4"'- . 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" 1' . , , A7711 Ax 1 lu as 11 , , 1 4 . 1 v 'I 51 1 1' Y, , , VV 4 b . . ,. . . r 0 , Aprll Aprll Aprll Aprll Aprll Aprll Aprll THE PIONEER 4 Wir 7 Ir 8 Ir Ocean Westby gone 0 Sandy Westby If H20 IS water what IS H7049 Student To drlnk Madlson Byron was the author of Roll on Thou Deep and Dark Blue Roll' Just as lf the ocean wouldn t roll on anyway 9 Serlous epldemlc raglng Sprlng fever 10 Mlss Smlth to Benton W Leave the Llbrary Well I wasn t plannlng on talxlng lt wlth me 11 Ploneer Day 14 Mr Westby on back of Chem paper Please wrlte more leglbly Student- What dld you wrlte on my paper' Aprll lo Nlnth hour b6C0mlhg qulte popular Aprll Aprll Aprll Aprll Aprll Aprll 16 Llttle boy to Ruth Lee at whom he had Just thrown a tomato can Well you needn t be scared It won t blte you Ruth ln a black mood Say boy lf I could ever get a hold of you you d get hydrophobla 21 Chem Class had to stay ln Ha' Ha' 27 Dorls Jacoby back to chool Mr MadlSOn Excuse me but Harold IS maklng frantlc Slg'I1dlS of dlstress and I belleve he IS burdened wlth a thought 23 Mr Westby And now we get x equals zero Dlsgusted VOICE from the 24 Prof went on a personal IDX estlgatlon CYUISQ after Comm Arlthmetlc papers ue 28-Chalk Talk Aprll 29 'Vlr Brown of the Vlontana Chlldren s Home soclety here May 1 Operetta MISS Cherryblossom May 2 No school Track meet at Blg Sandy May 6-Student rushlng lnto llbrary I want Lambs Tales Ethel Thls IS a llbrary not a butchrr shop May 8 Bunch of Canlpflre glrls went on a hlke May 9-Junlors sneaked out nd went on a PICHIC May May May May May May May May May May May June June June June June School over ln three weeks Invltatlons to Junlor Prom glven out Senlor averages gllen out cau lng many dark looks School very dead The only lnterestlng occupation IS note wrltlng Snlpe huntlng expedltlon but Rex sllpped lt over on them School sure IS dead Come on Wlth the undertaker Junlor Prom Junlor and Senlor banquet 26-Faculty rather tlred from thell DICHIC 27 Same old story Teachers gettlng affectlonate 28-Last sad warnlng to get down to work It may not be too late etc 29 Elcempted students looklng lmportant and unexempted ones VICE versa 30-Decoratlon Day Freshrren Sophomore plcnlc 2 Flnal Exams 3 Dltto 4-Same 5-Junlor and Senlor plcnlc 6 Last day of school Commencement Kathryn Reynolds 24 7.7 41 - . . -L , t ' -hx J ' ' - 99 J ' YY . , .. . . ' A ' vi-li ll , n - v n ' , . . . ' i ' ' I K1 I . ' 77 ll Y ' .- . , V. . . ,, . . H . . ,, WA n ' . u K5 ' ' 5 17 . Y . 1 ' . H Y I ' I ' 77 ' 1-U ' ! ' Y 7 Y ' YI , . . in . c . -U . .. , . . , . . . 1 .1 . . . ,, ' T J H ' ' rear-"Gee, all that work for nothing." d . ' 11 . , l D y . , . 1 ll ' , YY T . I . b ' ' ' 'J YY J ' ' , . ' I 77 , , . 12- . , i . . . u . ' 13- ' ' ' , . 14- . . ' ' ' ' ' ' . 15- . . . . , . . . 22- . ' . ' . 23- ' . ' ' . , . . .. 7 . , , . A I h . . . I , . THE PIONEER VOCABULARY OF A C C H S STUDENT Annual Room a place to go to when you want to skrp class Assembly a good chance to make up work Bean Feed a yegevable drnner grvrng, you a chance to lay the foundatrorr for a brd to the Junror Prom Club Partres a str ltegrc mstrument for the purpose of acqurrrnpg dates Conseryatron-dorng wrthout the thrngs we need A Defeat a contest rn whrch the other srde rs lucky Es the reason some people get sore eyesior somethrng elsel and cant come back the neret semester Etrquette teaches us how to be polrte wrthout tryrng Flunkrng a sport rndulged rn by a great many H S students Easy to play and e rn be played alone If you wrn you get a couple more years rn H S and rf not you h ue had the excrtement anyway Freshres specres of -rnrmal lrfe naturally dumb and permrtted to get away wrth r Hrke a delrghtful way of spendrng Sunday for only 8rc Hug, a roundabout way of slrowrne afteetron Innocence an abstract qualrtv or quantrty ll dont know whrch J Janrtor your best frrend when you need the keys to the Annual Room Chemrstry a chrld ot the deyrl Lrhrary a plaee you can go to so you can come home from NI eood eyrdence that the Prof has rt rn for you N lrrow 'ylrnded Per on someone who doesnt see thrngs the way you do 'Nlrnth hour somethrng thrt rs forced on you Plato a frne person to refe to rn an argument It rlways gets by QUILI a teacher s wfry of tryrng, to show you that she knows more than you do Rrthmetrc mental fymnastres At least Commercral Arrth rs School Books handy to use is paper werghts Te rehers why boys r Aye sehool b frrr rl mark of 1 teacher s rpprovrl of you X ret rv 1 contest rn whrch the other srde was outpllyed Wall P rper wh rt you look rt on ereamrrr rtron dry when you suddenly fall rll X put rt the errd of letters rs remrnder to wrrte Xell Le rder person who e rrrres 1 mee lphone to the grme and 'rlways gets the best seat Zero goose egg: Ilraher mrrk than some people deserye PINIS T7 .SA I O l O E r ' 1 1 ' 5- ' L ' U - v yi . . . r . lk" x 1' I x X kt A K D A V .2 x . . ' 1 ., ,. .ky ' . I ' 2 ' l ' ' v v. ' - . r ' 5 . ' . f l ,-ii, Q 1 vr my . r 'gn I ' . . , , ' .2 v - , 1 .' . 7 1 1 ' - ' ' . A - " " X . l . . r':" 'r' -. 1 -. ' , 1 ' . ' ' l ' -. ' l ' 1 ' . Osculation-favorite evening sport of the village. . -' ' s -1' ' .' . z r ' . . ', ,ft s,. .'L. L .. ..v' ,. B. , v . B. E r K. . , J . ' ' 1 4 v - '-As. A : '. .' . 'A . ,L - , S? V 1 vi- 'QI Y 5 . . vi ' 2 . . - 2 ,. , .'s 1 . .S v . - z--'aj 'z z"". '.'. U -g -- : ' 'z If . -fa - 1 , ' 'L 3 r ----f r . ' ' 2" . . 1 924 867 924 186 IFTY SEVEN years ago our huslness was estah llshed ln Fort Benton Mon tana the head of navlgatlon on the MISSOUII rlver We want to express our slncere thanks to the people of Fort Benton and v1c1n1ty for the loyal support glven us for the past 57 years Wlth acontmuance of the hearty co operatlon glven us ln the past, lt shall he our endeavor to keep on servlng you to the best of our ability for another Hfty-seven years. ,Y 6' "". 'T :aim 867 T. C. Power 81 Bro., Ltd. 1924 1867 1924 o 4 F s 7. ....1 THE PIONEER Miss Helvik-Un English Onej Now Martin what drd man decend from" Nlonkeys said Pud And what drd monkeys decend from" 'Irees he replied quickly 4 4 Coach fln chemistry class hinting at those whispering so muchj Serene I think you should learn how to talk Chinese. + + K'1t1e S Yes thats the photo of Coach Per hrps you saw his name in the papers last week He frightened a burglar away Scotty Closely examrnrng, the portrait Did he" Well I don t wonder 4 4 Prof fin English '33 If George Washington came back to life what do you suppose he would do first? Rags Get fr pair of long, pants 4 4 Do you believe in telepathy Miss Helxrkq asked Alek across the space that intervened Telepathy? Er Im not surc I know what you me rn '7 W hy thot tr rnsference you know Oh gracious no' If there was anything 1n you wouldnt he sitting where you are 4 4 Iopzirty fln Benton Drug Would you like to buy a Jug of cider Stranger W ell er rs rt ambitious to work 4 4 Dutch Do you know the latest dance" 44 1The5 were sitting. in the pulorj If I should klss you would you SLILIITIQ Jimmie asked e rutrously W e I dont see how I could if vou did t prrperly rnswered Ruth 4 4 There s one que stron Edl on nexer asked Nlr bryemxeher rn Current Iwents lesson XI hat s th rtl xsked Kermit Olson Whit e rd Sitting, Bull slf on l 4 4 Xoung, ladle who elesrre reel cheek mu olmtrrn them much eheiper oxer the kitchen stoxe than rt the rougfe counter at the drug' st re 4 4 He helel the maiden hand rnd ard llfu I th question pop She coxlx bent her loxelx head X o 1 el letter que stron Pop 4 4 How do xou expeet Us to prlnt good thrnes if xou dont lux -in 'rnnual to reid them WP I Schmrdt St Krels Co E IIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllIllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIlllllllllllllllllllIIIII W' F REAL ESTATE INSURANCE RENTALS BONDS Fort Benton Montana EHmI MISSIOH Theatre C98 THE BEST IN Nlotron Pictures Q63 Sour Putronerge Xppreeruted K i U Y J G , ' !? K6 V , YY ' E I , . 0 s 14 ' , , 77 U . . 1 it ', 77 , ' ' . " ' ' " W' 7 ' s VVYVW Y , ,H 77, , , :. .' ,. . .x , ' , . . , , , . . ' ' . , YY - l I . P c .L r , . ' z s .' ' x ' -.' -1 '. l . I' l ' I ' - . . F . U . - r X v n , n E , . 9- f U I ' ' . ' . V' " El 2 , .. . Q , 1 1 12 . E , 5 If - ' 1 - f ' - if I l , ey - - . 1 - ' . . H 42 ........................ ' Q59 vii " e ' - 1 ' f ' ' 1 .' ' ' 7 Saem, e . .- V , - -- ,..q 1.5 'MM E 1 li O C - - Y . . A .. b Pe-ttit-No, I didn't see Serene yesterday. I N , V Y, . , ' ,. ' i . . U Q ,l E . ,, . . ' lr- ' ' ' U' J ' '12 . 1 S ' 1 "Y 'e ' s '. '3 " V -ll, ' ' ' W ' i I , . , rr , . , , if ' e , e . ' . - w- El ee I , ,, K . . .S x I X Q N4 , '.. said L r . 4 , A ee . .-rut.. ,.- . ll . . . .. . . 51 I , , 1 !. . . Y A , ,, mf ' ' i I . , . 71, I ' ' m - 1 E, 5' Q ' pf z ' s ' ' ' - 1 aj 1' , 2 . - . , J L, v C E 1 I - . . .- , - L C- ' Z 15 - I I - ' 1 'S . Z S ' . ,,. L , Q 1 - .su -- ' L- f r. .5 ' lil E ' 1 , n. 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' S ' ' E ,E . . - 1 1 ' ,jz ' ' -ef THE THROUGH THE TRANSOM Eddle now you stop that' Hey leave that alone' Have you got that outl1ne" No' and then a groan Well I cant force them All rlght we ll let that drap Someone pray for lots more Jokes and songs wxth a. lot of snap Oh why won t those bums pay That money has to be ln Now where s that plcture Heck that looks hke sm Thls and more IS what youll hear If you should care to pause As you pass the Annual Room Cause the Annual IS the cause AN ODE T0 A FISH Beneath the wlllow s soft enchantlng shade Where gllde the olly waters dark as Jade I sat and thought while ln the clear cool deep A long grey shadow lay and seemed asleep Whlle round It swam wlth many a brxlllant gleam The other scaley people of the stream O oozey monster of the sllmy sea Id glVB you all my books and weary school And plunge mto your sxlent gleammg pool Harold Stranahan 9 Mr Westby m chemlstry was asked by Mr Madxson How dld that dumbell Ray Uhl get through chem1stry'7 Mr Westby replled I gave hlm a test havmg two questlons One was What IS the color of red lltmus paper? The other was How much does a gram of zmc we1gh" He answered I dont know He was rlght so I gave hmm flfty -1nd that passed hlm Maurlce F fstaymg after school ln Enghsh 11 Mlss Helvlk cant I go now"' Mlss Helvlk Keep stlll dldnt I tell you Id keep you t1ll slx oclock lf you d1dnt" Maurlce-Ya Mlss H6lVlk Well the longer you keep stlll the sooner youll get out When practlcmg for the operetta Mlss Helvlk Boys can t you love those glrls up a little llke you re supposed to" Shep- We don t know how to make love 'Vhss Helvlk Now Shep dont tell me that because I save you one mght PIONEER m IIDIEEIIL Farmers Tradlng an Elevator Company GRAIN 81 COAL H HUNKINS Manager Fort Benton Montana ai I u 11 W V u - 11 H 1 - 5 u . 11 2 Y 1 - 5 H ' 11 E -' In V Y, 5 . 44 1 11 E 1 1 5 an ' 1 11 5 d rf - - ' 11 2 I. Y 2 1 E ' 11 5 as 1 ' 1111 g u - ' 11 2 1 - E ' 1 E 1 1 - ' -- 4 f -- 5 : : . , . III 1 E . . . . : . . 1 1 E ' 9 7 5 1 1 1 ' 1 I would that I were you and you were me, 1 - 2 7 5 . . U . 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' ' fl I A '1 1 ' ' H 'A' 59 1 THE PIONEER i'l-'TZ-1 THE PASTIME POOL HALL CIGARS d CANDIES ICE CREAM SOFT DRINKS d LUNCHES Gray SL Thompson Props Fort Benton Mont Establlshed 1880 S2 00 Per Year We Do Good Prmtlng Fort Benton Montana ARNOLD WESTFALL Maker of the Celebrated Benton Saddles SADDLES AND HARNESS Fort Benton Chouteau County Montana -------v--l-----------l"'vI-------'---I----'I-v----v-l-----'-'-f--I'I'-----'---f1I--I-"'---1' an , an 2 9 '9 9 ' d a E v o n 9 g v---'-- ------ -vv-- 1- lflfv I I ------fw-------'-----1-------f-------f-"f---- -----------------------'-------'-"---"----f---''f---'v------vv----f'v'-------- - I m mm ""-" '-'--- ----vI-f----1'---------' - I as 99 G j THE PIONEER l .. .c:x1n.,..1m1.. ,-,g1-,gm R, , YI. ,. , . ..f i ,R 1 , Hg. 1 SHARP BROTHERS CINCORPORATEDJ I The Most Progressive Store- The Most Aggressive Store- The Store Thatis Bending Every Energy The Better To Serve Its Patrons 00 DRY GOODS CLOTHING GROCERIES HARDWARE SHOEQ FTC 0 cf We SOllC1t a Smale of Your Patron ge . . . O O O l 0 . . . .. . . . I El I . . . .. . . . .lilii ... . lll L., , 4 Q l..1.i...i -lil.. I Il l O O 1 , ,, 4 Cl . -7 u fn fff.g, ,g:-E-'TE iff 2f4fii"'1 Aff?--rfif-4 -:Y -sg-R433 THE PIONEER Where IS old Petroleum" Kerosene hlm last week and he amt benzene smce Morms Is Arsenous Acld very po1sonous" Coach Yes about one tenth of a gram IS enough for favorable results 4 4 Mrs S lover the rabblej Frances IS speakmg J lmmle So am I 4 4 M s S When dld we flrst come across the terms of Real and Personal property? Harold In the first of the book I guess 4 Semor Who xs she" Jumor Shes Helen Calrs Senolr How IS she 1n a polch sw1ng" All men are created equal to the extent that all were born naked Voice on telephone Hello IS that you dear? Dutch Yes who IS thls speak1ng" 4 4 Coach Hello IS thls the tram how s the depo + 4 Ierry How would you use a negotiable blll of lad1ng" Ixmmy Pawn It Second Plea No Ive been on a tramp 4 Bxlly Have you ever been m an opera? Joe Yes I played the nut in Ben Bolt 4 4 Morrls Whats that water on the slde of e test tube? Serene-H2 O 4 4 .Iumor Can you strmg beans' Semor No but I can bull frogs and kld gloves 4 4 Oo s lcky honey bunch lS oo" she softly cooed As he let go hold on the steerlng wheel to grasp the opportunlty properly the car lunged mto a dltch Crawlmg out and dlgglng the mud from hls eyes he gurgled Ooze' 4 4 Ev ery tlme Cupld shoots hrs dart he Mrs It 4 4 What do Freshles do with thelr week ends'7 Put th A womans work IS newel done because when she has nothlng else to do she has her halr to flx Schmldt 8LCoulahan GARAGE AUTOMOBILES ACCESSORIES GAS and OILS F F Nlachlne Shop. It eldmg W orks Fort Benton, Montana ggP? DIUK Frank Morger s RI!gllmllmllmlllllllllallhmllmllmlllm CIGARS CANDY PIPES eu caps on em ALL KINDS OF TOBACCO fa , . . , I 1 + + -. . ' J- ' 0 .... 4 1 5 1 + + - - + + .. 5 1 , - - - , y t-Z 5 . . T + + "-' Ax First Flea-Have you been on a hike? ' Q l --A , ' . E , .L 4 E... 2 ' - ' ' ' th U 9 ' ' U S ' . : H 'U i U ' ' ' , H H ' Y H + + -.. THE PIONEER Q4 Complimentary The Ploneer Stranahan Towner Lynch r THE MONT XX X COW BOY Im golng out to roam now In the hllls and on the plalns To flght the CIIIWIIIH' snow storms And all the drlzzlmg rams Ill rlde for all the ranchers And hunt up all thelr steers Thats what Ive always wanted to do For all these long long years One day I roped a four year steer He took mc round and round But when he hxt the end of my rope I turned hlm upslde down Thls llfe It was a wonder The days flew by l1ke sm But stlll they were lots better Than the ones I m l1v1n ln 4 4 SENIOR? REX ERIE Ray Uhl I am tlred of classes nd classes That I go to everv day There IS not a one of us surpasses Another ln the thlngs we do or say Im not sure of passlng But flunks are the next best thmg I XVlil'l I could cut out the Jazzm And get at last lnto the rlng Thls school wont last forever Why should tIllS worry me? My grades I shall endeavor And then Oh Boy Im free Myrle M 4 4 All other thlngs belng equal In all probablllty Thxs thlng has ot to stop There has been too llttle really serlous effort latelv on the students part We must get down to work lThump thumpj Now here s the proposltlon Theoretlcally speaklng The fact of the matter belng' 4 4 AIN T LOVE AW FUL" Well I dont care' You dont haue to fool around here all the tlme and you knows It But Ruthle I wasnt I was just Yes' I know how you were Just Well go ahead' I dont care But you just remember Jlmmy Cooper that lf you exer do rt agam you needn t come back here' Aaaaaaaaall Rlght' 4 4 Coach fln restaurant at Haxre eating a flsh cake for the flrst tlmej Say vsalter' Sometmg has dled m my bxscult M ,Z A 1 Av: ' to I ' H , I . ' . f ,' E BY HIS SAYINGS, YE SHALL KNOW' HIM m I y 1. ' ' -- - ' f 2. " -- ' Yi 4. ' A : 5. X, .'. ' ' I 6. ' ' - - 3 . THE PIONEER --T---.. CGOK BY WIRE The Automatlc Method of Electrlc Cooklng provldes the most heat at the least cost, and also saves many hours ln the kltchen TERMS TO SUIT YOUR The Great Falls Power Co ctlon s What Counts Don t make any dlfference how good txmber there IS ln a fellow he must exert xt or the moss wrll gather Even the Old Oaken Bucket ln lf and lron bound but lt had just been hanging around ln the well so long lt has become a verltable moss back Don t do lt' None of us want to b moss backs so lets carry this motto through llfe Action IS what counts' Benton Drug 8: Jewelry Company Student Headquarters U I O I I I O O O I 0 o"s c'u . I lmmumnmmmrnmmmfmgnggtzrmmrrz rrmrmmmmmm urm'L ,qngrn1 mmmnmmmmmm mmmmmm mmmm mm 0 IE V . Q . . 9 . . . ' the Iron Bound Bucket, is moss covered. Good timber, good stuff v : . . . . - . 9 I 9 . a . 4 S - , ' n ' ' " . . . . :av r mzzzqrww 11. :' ""'r".r..nm1:r: ...- 1 runzmzm r 1'.r' 1 m:ummmm THE PIONEER A K ve. -' 'ummm-n --mmm -mm.-nm mm-Immnmummm--mmm--mn MAKE YOUR BREAD or FORT FLOUR We secure the plck of wheat to make FORT FLOUR Ir s the kmd of Hour that produces the best the largest the strongest loaf the loaf whlch contains the greatest amount of bone muscle and brain makmg protren and the lowest percentage of waste The Hour that makes the perfect bread most mvrtmg and nutrltnous the bread that reduces the labor of dlgestlon and gives greatest nutrltlon for the least stomach effort For your health s sake NIAKI' XOLR BREAD OF FORT PLOUR Benton Mlllmg 8: Elevator Company FORT BENTON MONTANA a a f MEATS SSSGPSEEE r h drug 1 tllc o to prepar h ne an th squar d al ng a e the pn c hch your p tronag 1 ol cnted by Dr Ka lba h D ug S e Servlce and Price Guaranteed THE NO BOOZE DRUG STORES People s Meat Market John HOlleI'1gh Prop Fort Benton and Carter Mont ae e Q . 1 v , S T 1 S Y Q Y Y Q E L A 0 Q Q , 4 nnnn 1 'K mnn F es s, sc'en i kn wledge how e t em, combi d d wi e e i . r 'n i- ples on w i a e 's s i' . u c 's r tor s, f lg T376 l b 3163 THE PIONEER Jlmmg 1111.161 dueuw 1011 111 Communal L'111J 11 ho gets 1111111 fO1 111111111111 that qu1s11o11 cnmldt 11 1 Thu1w1 11 13.1111 X011 111111 1 1 m1111 h11h 1111111 1111 1h1s 11e1 110111 1mm1 Oh hc 1121111 1111 1111 1 4 4 1 1 111 h1s s 1111 11p 11111.11 11111115 111111 11h 11 1om1s 01 1111111111 1 11111e1e 111th 1 mu11 4 4 1 h S11 S 11111 11h1 1111 1118 klss 111h 0 h11 11111 m111 1111 not' SLILITQ IQQULSN 111 11131 11111 5,1115 114110 nothmg 111t1e1 to klsu 11n11 m111 h1111 4 4 1111111 C111 1 111111, ll o 11 ho T111111 x111OS1 Zoo 4 4 111 111 1 111 m 111 1 111 1 111111 111 1.11 11111151 1111 0 1h1 thmgs h1 11111 t 1.11 4 4 1h 11h111111111111 11111 1111 s V1 h1 IN 1h1 1111111 111 111111111 1h11 111 1 4 4 1 11 1 1 S111 1111 1111 111 11111N Q1 4 4 1 1111 I 1 111 1 1 1 IL 11 111m111111 1111 1 111 111 1111111 4 4 1m11111 1h 1 h 1 KK 11m11 1h N 1 ' 111m1p111 1111111 60 1 1 1 1 1111 1101 1 1111 1h L1 11 h1 IQ 111 hm 4 4 111111111 1111111 111 u1w11o1 H1111 t II 1m11 1 111111 1 1111111 th 11 11he 111 11 4 4 B1 N1 111111111 11111 131 1 N1 NO111111 X11 9 1 1n1 ELHID Overland Hotel Remodled New Management Cafe IH Conneeuon IL H G Su111van, PROPRIETOR 1.111'11u11 1.11111 1 111'111 111131-UVUWUUIL "T 1.1 1 1.1 .nr m G C SCHMIDT ATTORNEY LAW FORT BENTON MONTANA ' ' f ' 'Q' ' ' . 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She thought shed keep it In one night And make it learn the rule But that Just made it laugh and play To stay in after school So then she gave her class an E And brought it s grades way down Then Helvlk was the hottest word Th it traveled through the town I hope we dont have her next year The class at last did cry Miss Helvlk standing by the door Respondcd so do I Florence Vargason 4 John Morris Hey Jum' How was your luck in fishing today? Jum Fine' I caught a fish that weighed eighteen pounds but he got away John How do you know It weighed eighteen pounds" Ium He had scales on him S ince now oiir Hijh Schorl days are o're We grieve to part forever moreg E re long this class you may forget But not the precepts we have set. N ct one is glad to leave this school Wherein we worked obeyed each rule nsplred wlth hope of Joy and fame We thought four years too long a game ut of our minds this thought has gone Since now the end has swiftly come eleased from school we go away But still our dreams of you w1ll stav afe m the world we think again Of how the teacher helped us then Qonej toast to thee O I' reshmen brave fmnej lives for you the Sophomore class ltwol the times we never could agree Now Juniors youve our sympathy lfourj ere may we ln our hearts swell Class 1924 bids farewell Myrle 5 Eddie This collar button IS pressing my Adam s apple Ray lVIak1ng cider I suppose + 4 Older' Order' Commanded the teacher Earl D A cup of coffee and a wlener 1 umm H F Muller C W Wiley Mrs Lydla M Louther EMBALMFR XIII I ER 8. WS II EX AND KTTORNFYS AT L KN Phone 24J Front Street Next to Benton Drug Fort Benton Montana Fort Benton Montana E ay fa, I . . V 7 1 7 , . . . , I . . . R , g , . , T . i l - y . . u . an 1 , , S 7 5 . ' . . 4 Y , - U . , 1 ' - r 1 2 Y 1 , u .yr , , , . 1. 4 l ' L 9 f . . 1 . ' 1: , Q ..- - , . . . . V ,, . -N . . 1. , H . . . . H . . , . -A , . H . . . H 1 H ' U . . 1 . . ,- . EQ mm. .mmm-I.. - f. V 1 - rf E 1 - E . 5 ' - 5 I E 5 E 5 I' E E 5 4 S E . 1 v Q E 5 - 1 1 ' A s s 5 , , . 5 E g : 1 . A - - 1 : . . - . - . 5 . . Q 1 ' ' 5 . . . E ,ff . Aw. . , """"""""' """' """' """""' """"I 'B , F J THE PIONEER The Contlnental O11 Co MARKETERS OF Conoco Gasolme Safety Kerocene Gargoyle M0bllO1lS Polarme Lubrlcatmg OIIS Motorlne Lubrlcatlng Olls Polarlne Cup and Transmlsslon Grease Arctlc Cup Grease Mlca Axle Grease Furmture Pollsh Harvester O11 Harness O11 Floor OIIS Parowax Candles Fora Complete Line of Petroleum Products for all Your Requirements, see J. P. LEE, Representative Fort Benton Montana l o o 0 teena ,E E Ea om nomlDenver,Colorado1 no A E on l 9 U 1 THE PIONEER I JOHN WARD E Davls Brothers Clothlng Furmshlngs Shoes IC StMa TYO e Qb E OWN YOUR OWN HOME MISSOUII Rlver Lumber Co mHHlmmlUH 51 gwlurlmx We Car y a Complct Lme of STAPLE W F dO Rnght A d Dav1s Brothers W 2 W u W 1 1 s or 5 E We Spec'aliz on ui s de 1 E o ur Ord r. I ,mu GROCERIES , , H E I N 23 s r r s ' W 5 4 . E You ill in ur Prices , 4 151 1 . ,El ' E 'I Come In n Try Us! is E E' . Ag For en raldine, -Eb ,HQ 5 t B 1 I E gi ,551 Q55 vm: - A A f W f rf- lr W iisoorirgglgigorli l THE PIONEER I '2' ? C C Chouteau House Club Cafe B ulevard Fort Benton s Favonte Place To Eat You Wlll Enjoy a Meal W1tl1 Us F r Travelers Headquarters TOM MATSUMATO Prop Ifortlienton 'NIont'1n'1 Clmouteau County ank Fort Benton Montana IS P SULLIVAN P d t ALBERTH DAVIS V P d N S SWANSON C h OLEG OSNES V P d t A N LONGFELLOW A t C h Our pollcy IS STRICT CONSERVATIVE BANKING because as such we belleve that our permanent success IS assured If you want the best DEPOSIT WITH US u FL is Ah I 5 ' U ' i f ' ' 0 , . 5 B ' ' I c c E l l L nnnn 'XSL ia milllll N ae - f 'ww 5: L, ' Il I. . , resi en . , ice resi ent - . , as ier . , ice resi en . . , ss' . as ier f ' E Q 5 El lg v E 1 . ,JL A as THE PIONEER GENERAL INFORMATION AND PROSPECTUS The Chouteau County High School at Port Benton Montana ranks with the hes schools in the state Besides being accredited by the State Board of Education it rs a member of the North Central and the North West Associations The standards 0+ these associations are very high and give the graduates of this school certain adv ant ages A diploma from this school will admit to any college or university rn the Unite' States provided that institution admits any students without examination Because of our membership in these assocrmons a student may transfer his credits before graduation to any other high school at full value Among the standards which we maintain to secure membership rn these assocra tions are the following Our teachers are all college graduates or the equivalent anfl have had some experience before being employed here the size of classes and the num ber a teacher may teach rn a day are limited thus getting better work, laboratorv ind other equipment must be of the best COURSES OI' S I UDY We offer well defined college preparatory work along either classical or screntr fic lines In the classical course at least two years each of history and a language tFrench Spanish or Latmj must be completed In the scientific course at least two years each rn mathematics and science are requrred Some of our strongest students complete the requirements of both these courses It cannot be too strongly urged that each student who rs planning to go to college should plan hrs course as early as pos sible to fit the requirements of the college course he intends to pursue The commercial course while rot strrctly college preparatory may be made so by a careful selection of electives Thorough work rn bookkeeping touch typewrrtrng, and Gregg shorthand rs offered Our standards of attainment rn these subjects is high with the resul that a tuelent who has con pleted two years of work along these lines is pretty well prepared for ordinary office positions We do not permit students under ordinary clrcunrstances to enter the strrctly commercial branches before the In some instances where none of the other courses seem to fit the needs of the student a general course rs lard out Besldes trnrshrng the unrts requrred of all students such a selection must be made as to follow some logrcal plan The following subjects ar requrred of all students of all courses before '1 diploma is granted by this school Three unrts of English usually four One unrt of American History and Government One additional unrt of history or social science Two unrts of mathematics In the general and commercial courses Bookkeeping or 3rd Algebra and Commercial Arithmetic may be taken rn place of Plane Geometrv One unrt of science In addition to the above requrred unrts eight unrts may be elected rn accordance with the requirements of the course follovsed These should all be academic unrts but in some instances the last unrt 1s made up partially at least by extra curricular credits Such credits are granted for participation in athletics and other school actrxrties under eeitarn conditions It is the purpose of those in ch rge of the school to add other courses as soon as finances will permit It IS hoped to reinstate the depa tments of manual training and domestic science for the year 199w Zo SYSTEWI OF GR ADING Achiexement in scholarship is graded as follovss A represents work of the highest grade B better than axerage C axerage work or that of approximately forty per cent ofaclass D below are-rage but passing F condrt1on,I rncomplete I' failure Grades are en en out each six we ks The axerage of the grades for each six weeks . , g , ' u K . . ' E M S . . . . - i - ' , 1' .. . I I I ' A I I i I i I 'H . - ' , ' ' ' ' ' ' ' Q I , 1 1 .L ' ' . , N 'Ze' A I . - A 1 1 ' ' ' ' 3 ' .. , . ' . . , A . Y 1 . A l - 1 .1 . e . . - , 1 . . . .- , . . . . J . - . N 1, . H 5 Y . w N , . ' , . ' ' L ,, ., V ar S I . Junior year. This insures a higher grade of work than some high schools maintain. . ' S , . 1 l . . . ., . sl' I I I .L . a . Y. . ' . . F , , ' ' - " Ya ' ' Q 4 1 y - . , , V , ' 4 Y , ., x s 7 1 , , .ig . ' Ku , go, " ',' ' . ' ' Y' .' , r - I - ' 1 , . Y . ., THE PIONEER or three rn a semester together mth the frnal examrnatron gryes the semester aver age proxrded that no examrnatron f rade of F entrtles r student to passrng regardless of the other grades and no semester grade can be passrng. rf there are two F s two L s or ore E and one F -Xttrtude or deportment rs graded S,sat1sfacto1y Nl nredrum and U unsatrs factory HONOR ROLL A puprl wrth no grade below S and one half or more of hrs grades above C wrll hue hrs name placed on the Honor Roll for the srx weeks or semester provrded hr rttrtude grade has been S nd he has been nerther absent nor tardy wrthout acceptable erccuse Approrcrrrrately one frft'r of our students rrorrnaly get on the Honor Roll I rddrtron to the regular drploma at gr 'rduatren an Honor Drploma rs granted to each student who frnrshes wrth a gr rnd ax er 'nge equryalent to B or better hXhNll'lION PROM LXANIIN XTIONS No student s are exempted from srx weeks examrnatrons but those who average B or better on the three term grades are exempted rronr the semester examrnatrons of those subyects rn whrch they rea h that standard mrtted to carrv more than that number unless therr work for the precedrng semester has been of Honor Roll strndrng Exceptron rs occasronally made rn the case of Senrors although rt IS not adyrs rble Puprls are urged to enter some form of school actrvrty besrdes regular class work -Xthletrcs plays operetta declamatory contests glee clubs are among the many thrngs that grye the students the chance to develop leadershrp and abrlrty under competent drreetron Por those who carry on such work rn a worth whrle manner we grant extra eurrrcular credrts -Xny erghth grade graduate who enters Chouteau County Hrgh School rs lrmrted only by hrs own shortcomrngs We have here a competent faculty adequate equrpment rnd exerythrng necessary to grye thorough scholastrc trarnrng Vle haye a good school spurt and enough actryrtres to develop the capabrlrtres of each student For those of lrnrrted means the school marntarns a dormrtory where good ac comodxtrons and food may be had for the low charge of frfteen dollars a month A nunrber of the students make ther may erther wholly or rn part by workrng rn varrous posrtrons rbout town Vlhereyer po srble the school trres to help such students make the r vfav by assrstrrrg rn frndrng posrtrons The fact of the matter rs that no person today can make an excuse for not gettrng rn edue rtron Often the begrnnrng of farlure rn lrfe may be traced to neglect to pre prre tor l fe bv serrrng the opportunrtres offered to young folks rn the hrgh school of todry The day has passed when a hrgh school educatron rs unusual and a frrll To d ry rt rs r necessrty to success rn any one of fr hundred lrnes of work TT 41 ..-..l-.- - 1 ' f 1 v v' ' . 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