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

 - Class of 1935

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L-2, me PIONEER B H 19 3 5 HISTORY OF HIGH SCHOOL Throughout the United States celebrations have been held in honor of the three nundreclth anniversary of the founding of h1 h schools m America We the Fort Benton graduating class of 1935 believe that it ls fitting that we should devote this space to the history of our own school in keeping with the general celebration plans As Fort Benton High School it was founded m 1901 School was conducted in the old part of the present building which was constructed at a cost of 540000 The school began with three teachers and the principal Mr F M Vancll The flrst class was grad uated from a three year course in 1904 Its four members were Vernon Lewis Johr Culbertson Hortense Chesnut and Anna Johnson the present Mrs Orla Nottingham In 1905 Mr J W Lennlng came to Fort Benton and became the superintendent a position he held untll 1921 In that vear the admlnistratlon of School DISZTICI No 1 and the county high school was divided Mr Lennmg retaining the superintendency of the district school and Mr Fred Madison becoming principal of the county high school By popular vote the Fort Benton Hlgh School became Chouteau County High School 1n 1913 It remained as county hi h school until 1932 when it was voted back to its original status In 1933 Mr Lenmng again resumed the superlntendency of the district and Mr Hagie who had become the county hlgh school principal in 1927 remalned as principal of Fort Benton High School In 1904 a four year course of study was begun Three courses were offered the classical scientific and commercial The general course has since been added and sev cral subjects including home economics manual training newswrlting chemistry and speech have been added to the curriculum rooms besides well equipped laboratories fox science home economics and manual train ng Later the old Baker Opera House and adJo1n1ng armory were purchased and remod eled the first being equ1pped for a gymnas1um and the latter for an auditorium In 1928 a classroom and large music practice room were added to the third floor of the school building ln order to accommodate the mcreased enrollment In 1916 the high school vtas accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges nd Secondary Schools and in 1920 by Higher Schools At the present time it holds accrediting ln both associations Attendance has increased from an 1n1t1al enrollment of forty to a gross enrollment of two hundred and fifty three students for the present school year In this period of thirty four years the school has graduated thirty one classes with approximately four hundred and seventy three graduates Snce the completion of the gymnasium around which a comprehensive athletic program could be built the school has developed a good record in athletlcs Each year there are not only full schedules 1n football and basketball but an intra mural schedule lor both boys and girls provides an athletlc program for all students who wish fo par tlcipate Class and inter scholastic track and baseball provide spring activities Since 1927 a music department has been built up which has made the community muslc minded A Well tialned band and orchestra present tuo full programs each year provide incidental music for many school and community projects and participate in the annual Music Festival held in Havre each year Chorus glee club and other vocal groups supplement the lnstrumental work A well equipped manual tran ing depa tment eacn year turns out many proJects which have won much favorable comment at local and district exhibits This depart ment also maintains a curio cabmet on th first flwr of the school bulldmg which is of great h1stouc value and which yearly attracts many visltors Scholastically the school ranks high ln every department For seven consecutive years it has ranked f1rst in the annual dist ict scholarship contest ln Great Falls and lh1S year with Great Falls participating it tied with Belt for second place Several stud ents nave von honors in the state contest at Bozeman A lecently established department which has contributed to the mdlvxdual devel opment of many students IS hat of speech A daily speech class serves as the nucleus for an extended program of dramatlcs platform speaking of various types and dramatics Outside of class interest in departmental activities is kept up b h tions a the Home Economics Club Latin Club B Club Booster Club and sslgiagrgxiezg Phe aim of the administration is to offer a program which will lead to the best all iiguingcgivslopment of the yearly increasing number of students who enter Fort Benton -6 llllillllllllllllllll all :E F. . . S. ,, . unulonuununnoaun:: unnnauullnunlnnulluunlln uuullnuluuluulnlu rr ' , ' ' A . ' ' . ' , . . . I . . . ' - ' , , A , 1 1 ' ' ' ' . ' ' . I . . ' ' D . A l I 1 D ' I . .U . . . ' . U . , I ' . . l . y I .' I , . ' I - . . I . , ,. - I , y y 1 1 An addition to the building was completed in 1916. This provided seven new class- A I - . ' . . . , , - i - 7 I Q ' , . . . . . y ' - 1- A Q Q - bi . . . A . L E . - . 1 - , . , f I Y Y - . . L. F V . V l I ' - - - A . '. . . - u, - . . . r. , ' . 1 7 7 J L, , ' - - 4 , 1 - V 1 ' 3 ' ' . . - ' 7 ! 1 v a THE PIONEER ' ' ' B H 19 3 5 MISS LELAND PaClflC College Oregon QS2zwQ,i4... MR BORCHERS Umverslty of M0 UC MISS STELLMON Inter MR MIDGETT Intermountaln U n 1 0 n College Athletxcs Sclence Mathematxcs .3- MR HINDLE B r a d l e y Polytechmc Instltute Manual Trammg r'1 MISS VAN OOSTEN Montana State Agn cu tural College Home Econom1cs Sclence M' SS McCOLLLM Umverslty of Mmnesota Speech Engllsh Vocatlons ,Q I .:.- 'I I. E lugrlnounlnjugoiil :. 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C N - , , lmfiu- -'I SE K5 THE PIONEER B H flflwyi' Marlbeth Kelly Basketball 2 3 4 Latln Club 3 4 Presldent 4 Annual Staff 4 Home Economxcs Club B Club Queen 4 N r Bernle Footb 1 2 3 Manager 4 Basketball 1 2 3 Manager 4 Track 1 2 3 Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 It Must Be Love Girl Shy 4 B Club 4 B Club Mmstrel 4 Margaret Kelly Kellv Commerclal Course Home Economlcs Club 4 Latin Club 1 2 3 4 Earl Culbertson Cubby Baseball 1 2 3 4 Football 3 4 Intra mural Basketball 1 2 3 Basketball 4 Band 2 3 Scholarshxp 3 Booster Club 4 B Club 4 B Club MIHSDYBI 4 George Vlelleux Presldent 1 2 3 Basketball 2 3 4 Football 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 Grrl Shy 4 Declamatory 1 One act Play 1 Booster Club 3 4 Minstrel 3 4 denour Basketba 1 2 3 4 Annual Orchestra 2 3 4 G1rl Shy 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 S holarshxp 3 4 Student Councll 1 Vaudevllle 4 Bu ster Club 4 Home Economms Club 4 Mark Tattan Football 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Track 1 2 3 4 Annual Staff 4 'K Vaudevxlle 4 Declamatory 4 Booster Club 3 4 G1r1Shy 4 M1Xed Chorus 2 3 B Club 1 2 3 4 President 4 Mlnstrel 1 3 4 Marjorie Rommger Baby Steps Out 3 End of the Rainbow Orchestra 2 3 4 Declamatory 4 Basketball 1 2 Home Economlcs Clu of 10- ' A , - ' l f . I L Y 3-4 - ' B Club 3-4 S3 -T ' - g - - f 4 - - -L .. . ' ' ' Q ' - - -- ' n 2 1 3-4 Y 1935 BH WWW Leah Meeks Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Curl Shy 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Thesplan Soclety 4 Latln Club 3 4 John Stevens Iohnnle Ent led from Blg dy 2 Football 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Booster Club 3 4 B Club 4-MIHSEIBI 4 '1'hesp1an Soclety Vaudevllle 4 Class Plays 3 4 D1st Extemporaneous 4 DISK Scholarshlp 2 3 Stat Scho1a1'sh1p 2 3 Daphne DeBrum Booster Club 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Home Economlcs Club 4 'lhesplan Soclety 4 Scholarshlp 3 Vaudevllle 4 Harold Bateman Football 1 3 4 Basketball 4 Intra mural Basketball 1 2 3 Scholarshlp 1 2 Brost r Club 4 Annual Staff 4 B Club B Club Mlnstrel 4 Baby Steps Out Stage Manag r 3 State Scholarshxp Con test nManual Tram mgl 4 f 1 7czLf41' 414 THE PIONEER Neal Archer Orchestra 1 2 Band 2 3 4 Basketball 1 Football 4 Track 1 2 3 4 Class Plays 3 4 Declamatory 4 Offlcer 4 B Club 3 4 Mmstrel 4 Vaudevllle 4 Emma. Lovmger m Class Officer 1 Baby Steps Out Girl Shy 4 Booster Club 4 Latm Club 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 Home Economlcs Club B Club Queen 3 Marvm Nelson Vaudevxlle 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Plcked Orchestra 1 Jazz Orchestra 2 Chorus 1 Lllhan Colhns General Course Latln Club 3 4 CII' H EE .... .... EE mb I - - - -2-3-4 Home Economics Club 4 Thespian Society 3-4 ' e' ' n- ' -E - - u n 3 , A ' -' 3-4 ' I ' - -4 H' , ' -3-4 . Q 1 lla ' ,flf ' - -3-4 4 ' , 111- THE PIONEER "' B H 9 3 5 Arnold Tacke Tacke Baseball 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baby Steps Out 3 B Club 4 B Club M1nstrel 4 Earlme Hulett Curly General Course Orchestra 2 3 4 Hom Econom1csnClub 4 gyjllw' Francis 0 Hara General Course Declamatory Vaudev1lle 4 Baseball 1 4 Orchestra 2 Chorus 1 Mane Lembke-Ree General Course Home Economlcs Club 4 Latm Club 3 4 12- Latm Club 3 4 Home Economics Club Baby Steps Out 3 Basketball 1 2 3 4 tBateman Soggy Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Intra mural Basketball Track 2 3 4 Booster Club 4 B Club 2 3 4 B Club Mmstrel 3 4 Emu Frnlmanskl Basketball 2 3 Home Economlcs Club Latm Club 1 2 3 Glee Club 1 2 3 ne Morrow Rufus Annual Staff 4 Scholarshlp 1 3 Orchestra 2 3 4 Plcked Orchestra 3 4 Latm Club 2 3 Sauce for the Gos lmgs 2 ':---I E ...pf-IT..-ylgj.. V uuulllluusulunuun Football 1-,2-ZZ! Louise M0"""""P'gFY .. ' ' T, 3-4 If H JO A 1 - - 1-2 M . 'al 4 ' . - 3-4 inn: 1 9 3 5 B H THE PIONEER John Ames Pentathlon 3 4 D 1 s t r 1 c t Schtlarshlp 2 3 State Scholarshlp 2 3 4 Booster Club 3 4 Margaret Murphy General Course Home Econom1cs Club Vaudev1l1e 4 Declamatory 3 Helen D Jackson Scholarsh'p 1 2 4 Hom ECOI10l'Il1CSClLl 3 Chorus 1 2 Latm Club 3 4 Offxcer 4 Vaudevxlle 4 Herman Small Football 1 2 3 4 Track 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 Booster Club 4 B Club 2 3 4 B Club Minstrel 2 3 4 13- Beatrice :Chappell B Pentathlon 4 Scholarshlp 1 2 4 State Scholarshxp Con test 4 Latm Club 1 2 3 4 Thesplan Soclety 3 4 Offlrel 4 Home Economx s Club 4 Booster Club 4 Annual Staff 4 Myrna Lewis Declamatxon 4 Vaudev1lle 4 Muslc Festival 2 .5 Orchestra 1 2 'l 4 Basketball 1 3 4 fx XY ci' Albert Bokovoy Bok General and Com merclal Course Intra mural Basketball Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Baseball 4 Track 1 Class Play Asslstant Stage Manager 3 4 Dons Bateman Basketball 1 2 3 4 Latm Club 1 2 3 4 Home Economlcs Club 2 3 4 Thesplan Soclety 3 4 Gul Shy 4 Baby Steps Out Prop Manager 3 Annual Staff 4 Scholarshlp 1 I unungnlnnnunurugnulnig . -I-:I 1 . ' 1- -4 " ' 1 -'Baby Steps out" 3 3-4. . . -.-4 0 L A " ' It - .u 2-3 , My - - -4 ll - . n - - I THE PIONEER Lnlhan Taylor Lll Class Presldent 4 Student COUHCI1 1 D1str1ct Scholarshlp 3 4 State Scholarshlp 3 Orchestra 2 3 4 Latxn Club 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 Booster Club 4 Offlcer 4 Home Econoxmcs Clu Offlcer 4 Annual Staff 4 T ccdore Barkhoefer Ted General Course Football 1 3 4 a k 1 2 B Club 3 4 B Club M1nstrel 4 Vaudevxlle 4 Intra mural Basketball wif' Orma. Mosler Basketball 1 2 3 4 Booster Club 3 4 Yell Leader 4 Class Off1cer 1 Home Economics Club Phxl Stull Entered from Hobson Football 4 Basketball 4 Baseball 4 B Club 4 B Club Mmstrel 4 Glrl Shy 4 7 .1 ,Z BH 193 Harry Culbertson Red Football 1 2 3 4 Intra mural Basketball Basketball 3 4 Track 1 2 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Class Offxoer 4 Booster Club 3 4 Presxdent 4 B Club 2 3 4 Annabel Kelly Scholarshlp 1 2 Basketball 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Class Offlcer 2 3 Baby Steps Out Gxrl Shy 4 Armual Staff 4 Thesplan Soclety 4 Presrdent 4 Booster Club 3 4 Alfred Stevens Entered from Blg San dy 2 Football 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 D 1 s t r 1 c t Scholarshrp 2 3 4 State Scholarshlp 3 Vaudev1l1e 4 B Club 4 Offxcer 4 Mmstrel 4 Annual Staff Edltor Booster Club 4 Declamatory 4 Marian Schmidt- Smitty Band and Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Latin Club 1 2 3 4 Annual Staff 4 SChO1B.l'Shlp 3 ster Club 3 4 audevllle 4 Glrl Shy 4 One act Play 1 Home Economlcs Club Officer 4 5 M . . 1 . - 1:2 ,, b - - 344 B Club Minstrel 3-4 yxh -. l --' -4 . - - . - - - -4 f 1- - 2-3 . . 4 ' F A ' I f J' 4 1 a-4 x 3' ' -14. " " ""E:.THE.Q'H5E5 57 "L-'42 -4f'X-wx lvnlarea cnamplm flumor Tschaehe- Mmy Entered from Great General Course Fans 3 Orchestra 2 3 Basketball 3 4 Chorus 3 Declamatory 3 4 Home Econonucs Club Chalky Band 2 3 4 Chorus 1 Presldent 4 Mary Okada Entered from Fxanklln Hlgh Seattle 3 Dramatlcs Course Vaudevllle 4 Home ECOIIOIHICS Club 4 Declamatory 3 4 SENIOR CLASS HISTORY Another adventure begun' This tlme lt IS Class of 35 gomg West 111 search of run and experlence Seventy one of us took the trall early m the fall of 31 Our destlna tlon was a place called Graduatlon and me went by way of Knowledge General Hagle was the commander of our F B H S Expedxtlon Of course we had to orgaruze our pax ty so we held a camp flre meet1ng and elected hand men We hose Emma Lovmv r as our representatlve to the Councll meeungs of all the other ploneers gomg ou way We had traveled along through two weeks of untroubled days when one evemng me were attacked by an Indlan trxbe led by Chxef Inltlatlon We wlthstood them bravely and dldnt lose a slngle man From then on we had trouble with the many Indian bands ln the Jvxld westem country One tlme lt was agalnst Chxef Paxntm the C and quxte often we had t ouble wlth Chxef Exams One evemng we called a halt to help General Sophomore glve a celebratlon honor mg the expeuxtlons under General Senwr and General Jumor The next year when another new exp dltxon J0lI1Ed our wagon tram we gave the boys unwanted free halr cuts and made the g.rls wear then dresses xnsxde out and backwards but we did no very great harm Af our yearly camp fue meetlnv we re elected George Vxelleux a our boss wlth Annabel Kelly and Emma Lovlnger as 11 s llght hand men We sent Ma k Tattan to the Councll meetlngs Oar tr1p th1s far had been a bxg success even though now we numbered only f1fty two adventurers iCont1nued on page 519 15- 4 C X Q 2 y X A X ' R. 3-4 ' - ll J """O...... George Vielleux, as boss of the outfit with Irene McKinlay and Orma Mosier as .his right- T PIONEER :ff N u Lixigffk lg-lil! l my nv. nos :mix Sak T X. Magi, ef-7 X? 3-152, xi?-f ,Lv 16 ICJ l as WIIUW 'V ii' Nw "Un -Pj A, WWW? 6 -'-w,,.-was 9 3 5 F B H EPIONEER 2 . ,,. 4' xx Bill N. Fit' y 'Af'-:vi-.5 I , Q' 3 L Q W Ea J A57 H 4'1" lg V3 " fi, pi N--, ,v A Ei? 'I A 43 S.. Moss-mesa ll b U fvf QQ?-ki X2 -ima. A 3 2:15 Pouci cow 1 1 A - . . s. T x 4 1 J .. I :Q xx U V ' N N if x- A I . 1 .i ? ,, ' X f T . , , , Y V.- 'WY u. Q 'I X ---1. X, X I x V , '1 . glffw ' 'fi' A E 2 X - , ' 469 - .': xx, . '-Q' ' cvf, ' '- s""6 'H Q ' 19 .5 , SBD -l f x e-,Y ' , . 1 5.261 K, v f X, 5 - . C--ef - "' , ' xo " P-4, Q W 9-nn -Z J ... if W Q- , 1 -A Y . f V A if f r Ili A 7 egmnxq nfl' , wx F X s X I :Q sy N' ss 1 1 .99 .9 Q W5 .4-U' ' ':W"I"'5,e ' X- ly . Arg. -. X 1 , B H 1,4 x if ' xi XX 1 1, X ' . 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W X, "" -- . .,,, - hr - ., A 9 e i I 4'Q,,..v Inusunlngnquggneds-'H .sgnusingalillnghuls: lll'llg'R'E 1 9 3 5 F 9 H S . .I'2f."J.9"'EER SENIOR WILL AND TESTAMENT We the Class of 35 bequeathe our snare rn the actrvrtres of Fort Benton Hrgh School to the Sophomore class and to the Junro class we bequeathe Mr Hagre s krnd and help ul co operatron whrch he has so obhvmgly grven us throughout our four yea s of hr h school John Stevens wrlls hrs assembly announcements and Jokes to Edward McAuley Marvrn Nelson wrlls hrs place as school poet to Lucrlle Buffrngton Lrlnan Taylor wrlls her trtle as the saddest person rn school to Royal Morrrson Earlrne Hulett wrlls her lusty vorce and rts varred uses to Nettle Hazen Ted Barkhoefer W1lls hrs green ernhroroered necktre and hrs motorcycle to Wrlbur Bradley laoprng that the grrls wrll be fas mated by his new addrtron Beatrrce Chappell wrlls her darlv noon walk down the starrs wrth Mrss Gannaway and her many hours of tuay to Mary Steve: s Herrr an Small bequeathes hrs place rn the cross count y run rn upholdrng the Small tradrtron to Vrctor Ellrott to do the same for hrs famrly Harry Culbertson wrlls hrs prefer nce for the unlrghted streets when wrth hrs grrl frrends to Dorothy Burchett and Wrlbur Johnson Emma Lovrnger Wrlls her strrng of boy frrends fexcludrng Eugenel to Mrldred Mc Krnlay who rs capable of handlrng them Neal Archer leaves hrs partrcular rnterest for the dormrtory to Frank Jenkrnson George Vrelleux wrlls hrs frery temper and wrthermg looks to Mrldred McKrnlay Harold Bateman wrlls hrs abrlrty o caotrvate the grrls to Robert Sternbacher Margaret Kelly wrlls a certarn practrce set rn bookkeeprng to Howard Meeks hoprng that he wrll get rt rn before the end of next year Arnold Tacke wrlls hrs lean and hungry look to Orvrlle Selmyhr Albert Bokovoy wrlls hrs strong manly f gure and ambrtrons to make the 1' rst squad n basket ball to Jrm Ben Urton Sam Mlller bequeathe hrs natural ware to Wrlfred Danrels just rn case the harr dressers should strrke Phrl Stull wrlls hrs orrgrnal bed trme stor es and Edrth to John Drewrske Vrrgmra Rrdenour wrlls her characterrstrc laugh whrch developed when she was a treshman and sophomore and whrch rs now rn constant use to Stanley Smrth Marran Schmrdt wrlls her place rn voml crrcles and her prccolo to Vrctor Chrr 'en M rre Lembke wrlls her hatred for the opposrte sex to Jean Frrelds Mzrrgre Romrnger wrlls her abrlrry to tnrnk before sne speaks to Fdrth Roudebush ust to save her apologres Margaret Murphy wrlls her fluent sperrkrng to Norman Jackson Mary Okada wrlls her clumsy ways and expressronless voice to Emrl Johnson August Bateman wrlls hrs abrlrry as a lrne plunger on the football team to Norrrs :lanford Emrly Frrdmanskr wrlls her busrness lrke ways to Robert Buck John Ames wrlls hrs annual trrp 'o Bozeman and hrs place on the honor roll to Raymond Walters Earl Culbertson Wrlls hrs glrlrsn frgure 'md brg blue e5 es to Daphne Roddy Helen D Jackson wrlls her pal Lors to Marabeth Paul My rna Lewrs wrlls her long slow st rd.. to Frederrck Jahnke L ah Meeks wrlls her pen name Carrot Top to R-Urnald Rody Francis OHara wrlls hrs rrksom att tude rn the classroom to Edwrn Chrrstensen Ruth Morrow wrlls her love of home makrng to Jean Frrelds hoprng that she wrll mn a home lovmg husband Lourse Morrow wrlls her preference for a Flat rathe than a house to Betty Mac Kenzre Junror Tschache Wrlls hrs lrst of debtors to Prerr Pe 'es who always seems to collect all hrs debts 1Contrnued on page 229 19- Illllllllllllllllllllllll: I 1 nu . - - - ' s no uuununuannnusllnn auausnllluullulnnlnilll n u I n lla Ili y . . . . , . Y , . . K I 14 , - , A . 4 I , . . Y U r - o z: ' " I ' ' 1 ' . , , s . , . . ,. , A . . 4, . ' 'Q i . , . . L . . A . , . r T A I ' A ' N A 4 ' n 3 . -J A . 1 - - rr v n - , . 1 . . i - . i - - 1 . S . Y . . A . l . . - . . . . . - . Q ui . - . ' , A . . Q . . . , . .K S- - Sell. Q . . . , Q ra . L . . . . . .L . . . . ' I I. I - Q - ' . ' ' . A . - l A . . ' ' - -L as - u - . . r A . V . . Y - . as v1 - . L , . , , 1 . . F, 1 , . y - . 1 ' ll V! ' -f -D . . , . . . e Q . , 1 . 1 C 1' A - ' ' - ' 8 . . . me PIONEER B H 19 3 5 EXCERPTS FROM SENIORS DIARIES Jumor Tschache-February 22 1935 fdurmg Class B Tournament 1n Great Falls? Had a swell t1me even though Albert and I d1d have to call up Fort Benton a coupla t1mes before we got our g1rls rounded up and forgot wh1ch hote' we left the car at Got home about 3 Harold Bateman March 6 1935 Awfully blue Just found out that Sh1rley sa1d Ph1l has H of my heart I dont know who has the other 94 but guess It 1sn t me Albert Bokovoy March 16 1935 If I go to Square Butte many more tlmes I wont have anythmg left The last t1me I lost my hat and th1s t1me f1fty cents I m Int have lost mole 'han that 1f I hadnt kept my head August Bateman March 17 1935 Had a heavy date on ton1ght F1r t t1me Kat1es been out for weeks Boy d1d we celebrate' Ted Barkhoefel March 2 1935 W1sh I had a back seat for that motorcvcle of m1ne Ill bet It IS kmda ro gh r1d1ng back there Earl Culbertson rafter tournament 1n Great Falls? Lady Luck must be w1th me I have lost f1ve pounds What does worry me though IS that my Great Falls g1rl told me her address was 111 6th Avenue North and Alfred says that IS where the c1ty park IS l eah Meeks-October 20 1934 Chosen oppos1te John Stevens 1n the Semor play Hot Dog' Arnold 'lacke-March 17 1935 boy that g1rl of mme out at Russell s11 e beats those 1n Fort Benton Seems llke ' can dance better out there too Orma Mover I Last n1ght of county Bas' etball Tournamentl I wouldnt m1nd l1v1ng at Portage Someday maybe Tony Vllu have a car of h1s own and wont have to rely on the bro' mer n law Beatrne Chappell Ap11l 4 1935 I m sure gomg to have to get down ar-cl study Only got B tod 1y 1n geometry Guess trat 1S oecause I stud1ed only 45 mmufes last n1ght Emma Lounger March 10 1935 The cake wasnt so had but oh the 1c1ng' I woulun t have m1nded so much 1f they just hadnt told Gene 11ldred Champlin Aprll 3 1935 All he can talk about IS a1rplanes motorcycles 1ceplanes and every other k1nd of cvcle and plane there 1S I ought to be pretty well 1nformed by now 'Harlan Schmldt-March I8 1935 Tnat dancmg teacher almost ruxned me Steps' Steps' Steps' Every place I go fhere IS a fl1ght of sta1rs to cllmb Annabel Kelly March 16 1935 That old saymg that thmgs always happen 1n cycles of three seems to hold true nth me Three sleepless n1ghts three dates ard three phone calls 'teal Archer February 25 1935 Ill sure catch It 1n the mornmv I was playmg pool and d1dnt get down to the dorm urt11 after It was closed lohn Stevens-January 20 1935 A perfectly enjoyable even1ng untxl Mrs Lockwood arrnea on the scen 'vlark Tattan March 10 1935 Even 1f we do have to f1ght a hard battle w1th the Sandy Basketball team I always 1ave a good t1me when I go up there I don t know why unless It IS because the Sandy g rls are so hosp1table John Ames-February 27 1935 Of course I would get the measles just when I had my mmd all nade up to go to a dance Now I suppose tne next dance Ill go to w1ll be my wedd1ng dance Illllan Taylor Februaly 10 1935 And I was so sure no one saw me take that Splll After I had p1Cked myself up whom should I see across the street almost spl1tt1ng Wlth laughter but Ph1l 20- :nunuuunnunuuuu u .lun nnuuuuusuncuouluslu:: F. . . S. ::unausnuuuunulluu I n-nnnunnuu:: uunnunnuuuununs! nnuuuunsun 9 , . , . . . ' ' I . 4. - 1 . 1 , . . . M . :, ,, . . , , . , . . , , , . 1 , . L. , . . , . . . - . , . lo o . ... y . . . N . . , Q . V . .J . . 4 1 , . . . , . . , , . . - . 11 1 ' ' .1 ' 4- ' 4 - 1 - 1 , , - , . 1 , . ., . . T . . t 1 I .. . .. - , . . - 1 X 1 ' . , . . . . . - y v . 3 J. " ' . .i 1 -. , . 1 . ' . , - I . . t . 1 , . .- v - 1 1 v . - , - 1 1 - - - r 1 . .v 1 , . 1 r l , . 1 , . .,. - ., x . , , 1 , 1, 1 , . 1 ' ' ' ' .. - ' v . J. A 4 . w 1 , . I . . ', , C. 1 - , , ' w . w - . . . . ' V v A v .. , . 1 ' , 1 4 1 , , 4. - 11 - ' v Y 1 . 19 3 5 F B H s THEPIONEER Loulse Morrow November 23 1934 Carter may have lts faults but I dont thlnk lt so bad It would be qulte a lark o be a hotel landlady Vlrgmla Rldenour March 14 1935 Had the glrls over thls afternoon to he p tle my qullt If I make as much headway ln the next fem days as I dld today I ocn wlll have my hr pe cm st all f11l1Sh6d And then we ll be all set Herman Small September 15 1934 I11 never take manual tralnlng agaln as long as I l1Ve How dld I know that board had a knot ln lt9 I almost hollered when I cut my llngers I guess maybe It wasnt the saws fault but I stlll thlnk It wasnt all due to my clumslness lfarllne Hulett March 2 1935 Three dates and all for one nlght Tnlnk Ill accept Raymonds because he has a car vlaryorle Rommger September 15 1934 I ure W1Sh I would grow up some day Just when I was try ng to look so tall and dlgnlfled some old frlend of the famlly would have to step up and say Oh IS th1S llttle glrl just beglnnlng hlgh school? Ruth Morrow February 14 1935 Dad 1S gone Sls IS gone and here I a'n left alone wlth my knlttlng Wont It be n ce to hear llttle Marle say Grandma knlt thls sweater for me 'P Nam 3111161 March l 1935 Am I ever busy' Band declamatlon chlef cryer Nonles and MISS MCCOIIUX' s lef hand man lla-rl-y Culbertson March 3 1935 very well lln fact we were on the seventh questlonl when Mr Borchers arrlved 'wlargaret Kelly March 25 1935 Been up to the court house to th trlals I ve been up every day and I wlsh I 1lV6d ln town so I could go after school Of ourse I take my shor hand note book but that IS ust for appearance sake Illllan Collms October 2 1934 Lones smlled at me and sald Hello My' I Just cant understand hlm I used to tlllnk I dld when he took me rldlng and ode on the bus out of hls may but lt s all changed now I guess Vlolet IS the reason Phll stull Ixovember 23 1034 I always wanted to learn to dance but never had the nerve Edlth flnally coaxed me lnto lt tonlght I got along pretty well except that my feet kept Pettlng ln each other s aa Mane LembkwNovember 12 1934 Meetlngs' M66tlHgw' If It lsnt a -1 -I Club meetlng lt IQ a Home Economlcs Club nleetlllg Oh I really dont mlnd them so much and afte all Ive learned a great deal from both Nlargaret Murphy November 6 1934 If every nlght were llke electlon nlvht I don t thlnk I vould care to vwrk at the Over land very long Phew' I m sure ready for bed tomght Dorls Bateman February 15 1935 Our team mlght have had a bett l hance as the flnal Wlllnel' ln glrls basketball E sot macnlybfrom ollr team hadnt come down Wlth the measles Popued pop corn for oos l u Nlary Okada February 28 1935 when the bus started to skld as me were com ng up the hlll thls mornlng all the passengers and the bus drlver thought I was rehearslng my declamatlon Madame Butter Wlyrna Lewls-fAt tlme of mldy eal lnstltu e 1 Boy UIGYG are Sure SONIC good looklng boys here thls year 1 sure lope we get to now tlCII' around town tomorrow Helen D Jackson Februa'y 5 1935 t I sure had 2 funny feellng tonwnt when I returned from the ball fame Looked ln Oni mllror and saw MEASLES Guess I no lt be out fo RWIUIS Glad I m not the only iCont1nued on page a7J 21 .................... . v . . ..- ,,,,,,.,.,.,,..,,:: uulnndsunnuusnuuuun ::nlnulnsnluIuluus . 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' 7 t 3- r ' ' ' v me PIONEER """ " 5 H . 1.9 SENIOR WILL AND TESTAMENT lContmued from page 193 Mark Tattan wxlls h1s place on the tl3fCk team as a foot racer to Fldon Overholser to amd mm 1n h1s reducing routme Annabel Kelly w1lls ner many boy friends to Mlss Gannaway Mudred Champlm w lls her everlastmv smlle and h r mterest m Powers Garage fo Ethel Engebrltson L11l1an Collms wllls hex dally rlde on 'he Carter bus to Ada Mae Bari um who enJoys rmoxng Dons Bateman wllls her knack of argu ng and her .ecord for fast talklng to Frank Uptmor Daphne DeBru1n w1lls her lack of esponslbxllty to Jesse Wlllett Manbeth Kelly w1lls her ab1l1ty to hold one man for four years wlthout serious nterruptlon to Mmme Morrxson Orma Mosler bequeathes her shy and retlrlng mann r to Sh1rley Castor Alfred Stevens wxlls hxs apartment All the Hagen Block to anyone who will keep up the custom of holdmg open house at ull 'vnes EXTREMES OF EXTREMES Teddy Barkhoefer gue slng rlght Marxbeth Kellv playing basketball w1th out glgghng Judy wxtl out a note slxth perlod from Os ar Blll Damels wxth a heavy set of eye brows Leland Overholser as the man on the flylng trapcze The Central Servlce Statlon w1thout Mlnme at noon Arnold Facke smgmg Adleu Adleu Kxnd Frlends Aclleu Treva Buffxngton wear ng Tldlllg boots and arch supporters Harry Culbertson sngmfr church hymns ln the bus Harold B not thmkmg of Earlme Mark Tattan w1tn an 1nfer1or1ty com plex Lones Wlgger wrth a mustache Sam Mxller wxthout cu ly han' Beatrxce Chappell wlthout her books Assembly clock With tnc rxght tlme M1ss Stellmon holdmg a Great Falls Frxbune upside down and pomturg to a lmgerxe advertxsement and Saylllg Here s an example of a column by Walter Lxpp man Mr Hagxe throwmg erasers and chalk Mr Borcners not argumg John Stevens not lean ng back ln hxs chaxr ln Englxsh Jlm Urton keepmg a glrl for more than a week An mtellxgent 1 J physxcs student of last year wanted to knova how people stayed on the earth before the Law of Gravxty was passed TRAFFIC PROBLEMS Hurrah the bell rings out Its clear and welcome note But the way It rudely awakens me Is what surely gets my goat Into the once quxet and peaceful hall Come the w1ld and scurzymg scholars Judxth qulckly plcks out her sugar ple And Earlme to Harold hollers When Harry tears down a football fxeld Duckmg and slde steppmg for F B H S We know he learned how 1n the busy hall And It has been the secret of hxs success To prevent future rashups and posslble deaths And make the students look listen ana sto I d advxse for the future safety of all We all chlp ln and get a trafflc cop John Stevens BONERS Beatrlce Chappell ln hxstory The voters of the Saar Basin must be resldents of that section for two years and thev must be elther men or women John Who IS goxng to take the part of crymg baby m my reading? Teacher Have any of you any sugges txons? Bob Oh teacher I know You can have a little boy at the back scene and when you want him to cry pinch him Howard Meeks m hlstory The Elgh teentn Am ndment was passed before the Wal' 01' dLU'1H8 the war or after the war uunlloou claus: U. u 0 . ,g F. . . s. - -- . 3 5 nuulclllllcslllnnsg counts:oluulllllalllluuol Ill' I ll"""" . 1 - ' ' 1 , 'e - o A - I. . . . ' . . V I .1 - - ll q n . ' A 1' - .1 1. . . 1 . . . e ' , 1 . . . V - ' ll u , ' s J . . :noun On...- 5 - 1 . , . ' n C ' - ' u - u l , . . H . . - - - - , , .... , . . . ,, - 1 - ' . Q . . , x - 1 C, C . . v - v - P, , . . . U 1. . i , A . - A ' ' ' ' lt v y . vw ' 1 - ' ,' ' 1 . , - ' v 1 - . . C . +y . .l , , ' . 3 - n , ' n . UHU ae gm Q T.'2E.R'.9.E'.E5.'3.:E"" :E....f:.5:..'1z.f:.... JUNIOR CLASS Seated flrst row Ofla Nottmgham Eugene Morrow Norr1s Hanford Seated second row Rose Stevenson Ada Mae Barnum Standlng Frances Fart Dorothy Burchett Jane Prxdeaux Top row Earl Beecher Klrkvnood Collms Howard Meeks N01 Jean Frlelds Marabeth Paul Maxine Graham Mary Jane Verna Young Helen Tacke Betty Vrscher Betty Morrow Smxth Edward Brown Lones Seena Woodcock Ethel Enve Betty MacKenz1e Non1e Lynch Edlth Roudebush Brust Myrtle Elllott Gertrude Fisher Lola McAuley Lloyd Kmyon Frank Uptmor Ben Lang Marsden Wrgger Edward McAuley Jesse Wlllett Jean Wmter brltson Grace Woods Helen Gessaman Edw1n Chrrstensen Lawrence Cllnard W1ll1am Bucknell Edward Whrte James Urton Rlchard Benton Phrl Schoonover Eugene Jackson James Ames Plerre Peres Leland Overholser Wrlfred Danlels n picture Vlolet Brown Treva Buffmgton Lors Carver Donald Chrrstopherson Judxth Chrrstopherson A1v1na Collms Gladys Collms Olga Kalanrck Lols Lang Mlnnle Morrlson Mildred Papan Jarvls Pearce Rankln Romlnger Mary Ruth Raymond Walters Oscar Paul JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Pres1dent Eugene Morrow Secretary treasurer Nm-Us Hanford SP011501' Mr Hmdle 24- , . : . . v , - l ' 1 . 1 . 1 l 1 1 t I l Y l Y ' ' I Y 1 I . 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A .,,.,,................,, , .,,,.,,,,,,,,,,4, .,,,,,,,,,,,A,-,,,.,4---A , AMinnie Morrison 19 3 5 F 9 H S THE PIONEER JUNIOR HISTORY Slxty elght Freshlmgs hatched out 1n the fall of 1932 ln a nest on the fourth oranch of the tree of F B H S I ll ad'n1t vue were pretty new In tlus part of the country but that was no reason for the rough tre 'ment of the flock of Sophs and SPDIOFS that swooped down on us for what they called Imtlatlon Our large feathered famlly needed some rules and regulatxons so we elected Glen 'J1ggSJ Marcus as herder of our flock Jarv s Pearce as day wat hman and Eugene Mor uW as nlght Watchman In order to gam st ength both pnysxcallv and menta'lv we took some exercises ln me form of mtra mural basketball games and the scholarshlp contest When the fall of 33 flew around sxxty s1x of us had grown enoueh feathers to be called Sopr omores Now It was our tum to do '1 httle swooplng And we took our revenge In our famlly electlon we chase Jesse Willett as herder uf our flock w1th Lones Wlgger and Eugene Morrow as watchr' en of our nest Aeam ue mcreased our mental and physxcal capacltles rn athletxcs band orchestra and scnolarshlp contest Ethel Engebrrt on was chosen our prmcess By 1934 our wlngs xx ere s rong enough to carry us up to the thxrd branch cn F B H S W organlzed agam and elected Eugene Morrow as derder of our zlock and MIHUIC luorrlson and Norrls Hanford as watchmen Th re was a lot of twlttermg done when Junlor Rmg txme came but t was all mally declded and now we all proudly dlsplay our golden prophecles of 1936 Also we fave our play The Mumrry and the Mumps Of course we gave our Jumor Prom a wlebrauon for the class that was flxtflr-ug awev thls sprmg N xt year the class of 36 rs comlng back to be on the top branch of F B H S and cur chx pmg mll be heard above all me rest ANNOUNCEMENTS DEDICATED TO JESS WILLETT I'o be a blackboard s mot fun We all feel sorry for Jess The thxngs we say youd never guess Ot sleep he gets less and less Theres not a smffle thxnv we shun So he can sleep well And our face IS ln an awful mess Flrst MISS Lynch does come along Her message on the board to leave And WT1t9S We need a new school song To slng at the game tomorrow eve Francls RODIHSOH so brave and bold Though he IS r ally shakmg 1n his shoes Wrxtes A Freshmen meet ng I do hold So come p epa ed to pay your dues Mr Hagxe fyou all know our prof! Comes up nth the honor roll ln hand The uproar ends IH an awful flop And some poor llttle freshman cannot stand Here comes Coa h and G nnawav too Belleve It or not she go' there ahead And added to the rest Latln II W1ll take Augustus Cae. ar after Jullus 1S dead Phe other teachers have nothmf' to Wrxte What they want krown they always say But stxll I get notlces noon and nlght And wouldnt change places mth the clock for a day Annabel Kellv Well take out the bell And do a good deed I guess Tears streamed down her smooth cheeks 1n floods George placed 11s arm around her and whxsper d hoarsely Ill k1ss your tears away dearest He attempted to do so very strenuously but all 1n vam The tears streamed down as much as ever Can nothxrg stop them Mar1beth'P h asked exhausted No Marlbeth answer d 1ts nay fever but go on wxth the treatment Do othy S I adore that funny llttle step of yours Neal A Funny nothrng Ive broken my suspenders Earnest Student of Stfltlstxcs Every mme I breathe two people dxe' Vhss McCollum Dld you ewer try L1ster1ne'P Miss Van Oosten says KISSPS are full of mlcrobes but me al' lvke them 25- ulunonulnucnnanlunnnn I ' ' "I- , .... -...,........... 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I It ' ' W x 5 X A -' SOPHOMORE CLASS Seated flrst row Raymond Castor Byron Ames Mark Kaulbach Ross Bennett Sldney Kurth Frank Jenklnson Seated second row Hazel Armstrong Ellen Ruth Mary Stevens Bessxe Koger DIXIE McCaulay Betsy Ross Mxldred Longfellow Ada Halley Clara Whlt6h0Th Augusta Nordhues Adelme Fultz Irene Breault Ruth Hazen Georgxa Collms Dorothy Stelhnon Standlng Beulah Brxese Rosemary Barkhoefer Anna Manley Margaret Lembke Wllma Fowler Betty Urton Nettle Hazen Wmnle Gordon Carol Schoonover Margaret Walters Evelyn Frxdmanskx Selma. Jahnke Ellen Scott Sadle Buffmgton Yathryn Garrmson Anna Mae Hughes Lottle Olmstead Arlene Skaw Lucllle Buffmgton Top row James Manley John Jones Fred Flshbaugh Wllbur Bradley Vernon Mayer Dewey Small Emll Johnson Wllbur Johnson Johannes Rxtland Arthur Klay B111 Casey Rxchard Romlnger Frank Kelly Herbert Brlese No n plcture Jul1a Bateman Earl Calkms Jean Colby Verna Fr1dmansk1 Jean Han ford Sova Hankms Velda Hank1ns Martha Koch Robert Lang Barbara Lrppe t Morrls Moe Kathleen Morrow Rosella Murphy John Retzlaff Gennevreve Rltland Ethel Smlth Ottley Tschache SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Presldent Frank Jenkmson Secretary treasurer Mary Stevens Sponsor Miss Stellmon 28- 1 ' 2 1 ' ' ' . 7 l ' 1 1 I 1 Y l ' .J ' : ' , , , , ' . Y y . ' Y . . 0 ' ti ' : ' , ' , , ' ', - , ' , A , , , ' r , , . ""'O...... Vice-president .,...,...................,..,,.s,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,44.,,,,,. ,,.-., 135- ank Kelly ,9 3 5 F a H s Tnemoueen SOPHOMORE HISTORY P ns were taken up in the fall of 19.13 to start writing the manuscript of the book I'ales of the Class of 37 This was to be written about seventy xx people who were sure to do great deeds in the next four year'- Fxank Jenkmson was to be the Chlel Ink Spreader Irene Breault his Assistant Ink Spotter Betsy Ross Head of the Money Snuation and Winnie Gordon the News Col lector M1 Borchers was to see that vs al' had work to :io In Chapter I the first drop of mk 'rat made a b1 plash was the story about the dance We gave to help others of F B I-I S and ourselves too to learn how to step high wxde and handsome Of course we couldnt forget to m ntlon our tactics 1n the flelds of basketball foot ball and dramatlcs Margaret Walters 'vas elected as our class princess to represent us at the B Club Minstrel show In the fall of 34 we took anothe page and wrote Chapter II on its face The f1 st article following this was about good old 1n1t1 tion We gave some mlghtl queer looking han' cuts and made the girls wear green ribbons on their ankles and ca ry dolls but we nould worry since lt didnt humiliate us A our solemn meeting we elected Frank Jenkinson as Chief Ink Spreader mth Frank Kelly as Ass1stant Ink Spotter Mary Stevens as Head of the Money Department 'md Mildred Longfellow as News Collector Miss Stellmon took the uob of bossmg us around 'lhis year we took part again in the activities such as band orchestra basketball dance for the whole school Now we are through making pen tra ks but next year under Chapter III we will be writing bigger and better Tales of tn Class of 37 IN THE SPRING Its sprlng when a young man s fancy Turns to thoughts of love Its spring when poets compare us To 10VPSlCk coomg doves Its spr ng when Miss Clarlce Stellmon Works with m1g'1f and mam To glve us a perfect annual Without the slightest stain Its spring when the good old llbra y Is deserted completely I wonder where our 10V6SlCk boys and girls Have gone and now can be Its spring when a voung mans fancy Turns to thought of love Its print' wnen a young mans grades Nev r get to C or abov -John Stevens CODICIDENCE Miss Leland while dictating to her typing I class As wel' as to be sure land 'hen a dreadful voice from the ad Joimng room is heardb After sending several unruly boys out she returns and calmly continues much better SARCASM FROM PROF George V made an announcement to the seniors that the pictures were back and that they were pr tty well pretty good Prof speaking from 'he rear of the assembly Tney might be good but they arent pretty PROPFRTY ANTD OWNERSHIP Mr Bot hers fIn ccxology classl Donald have you anything that lS in your possession but not your property'J Donald C lH1d1ng his girl friends ring? No OUR PAL Q Nhy the double sea s in the assem bly this year? A Well last year prof called the boys into the offlce and told them that a boy and a girl wer nt supposed to sit in one sea Q So then what' A So this year he had two seats mow ed together On an Engllsls theme Teachers should treat their students with patlence and preservation 29- lllllllllllllllllll ... UHUII..-,...,.: nuns:u'nnnl'lnnLuI:nnol ::nnunnanu:snuulu 3 . 1 ' -' ' ' 1 ' - -s' , Q f , -I ' I ' - , - ' ' ' 'l ' 'C s s ' 1 ' U V U , . . . ' D ' . . ' ' 4 - 1 "' ' l ' , , n v ' K r- 7 vw r ' " 'V' ' a - . A, , L . U . . A , Y. 3 - u , - . I Z and football. We made another entrance into the society of F. B. H. S. by giving a big ' ' 1 ' nc l I 1 v . W y ' ' ' ' ' AA -J Q " 1 N ...I--.lllll ll ' !! " I , 1' vs l n ' . - ' ' ' M n .- ' . ' - H ' ., ' 1 ' - L - f - . -l . - -' V ' L ' v yr Y l - f I Q , . .. .4. ? . 4 L . J , 'I L, . ' e A D ,Q v 1 . . . f' ,. - + . . W. b - y V , 5 . 1 ' - ' K ' 7 1 V J 5 5 Q , e . e. 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" 1 . , , THE PIONEER F B H 9 3 5 SLIPS THAT PASS IN THE DARK Mr Borchers and h1s beginners muslc class may be worklng LD an appetlte fourth perlod but ue are sure MINS Gan nafway IS losmg hers Whxle the speech class were selectm themr declamatxons Miss McCallum ac cused Coach of takmg Thelr Onlv Chlld away mth n1s algebra papers For sale or to gxve away to anyone who w1ll make use of It one chemlstry book 1n flrst class condltlon has been used but llttle slnce September For parf1culars see Phxl Schoonovcr Betsy R Do you care for dancmg'P Albert B No Betsy Why not" Albert Its merely ll1gglI'1U set to muslc Betsy Well what IS there about that whxch vou dont lxkef' Albert B The muslc In economlcs class Mr Borchers From vshere d we get our oranges T1eva" Treva B Trees Mxss G-Ona what made the Tower of PISB. lean'J Orla N There was a famlne ln the land Mr Mldgett had g1ven out the subject Water ln chemistry and asked the pup 1ls to wrlte a short composltlon on the subject Fr'-1nc1s OI-Tara had consxderable trouble wlth hlS effort but thxs IS what he wrote Water IS a vuhlte wet l1qu1d whlch decompo es and tu ns black when you wash ln 1t Mlss Gannawav Have you read your hlstorv fo toda 'P Harry C N Mlss G Have you read your Amen can Observer? Harry C No Mxss G What have you read'P Harry C I have red halr A farmer plowed up a watch he lost ten years ago The remarkable aspect of the 1nc1dent IS that the watch IS not runnmg and keepmg perfect time I ONER OF BONERS Mxss Van Oosten How long IS the all mentary cana.l'P Ottley T In nules or knots? lweal A Well xf you are txred of danc 1ng Dorothy w ll s1t down and hate a uttle tete a tetae Dorothy S Oh dear me no' After such a blg supper I really couldnt eat another blte TRUE ENOIJ GH Drck Benton Say what IS Margaret domg'P I just saw her spread mud all over her face9 Jesse W Thats beauty mud Dxck to make her beautlful Dxck Benton Humph' In a nulllon years of txme It hasnt added any oeauty to a turtle SCOTCHMEN GALORE Two Scotchmen were watchlng F B game One of the Scotchmen had a bottle but the other had only a Lh1rst The first one kept drmkmg and remerk mg about h1s past explolts m the game but he never ofrered the other a drxnk AL last the other could stand xt no longer Well qandy he sald I can see you ale a grand drlbbler but I sure cant say much for your passing SMART GU! Miss Stellmon Now puplls I want each of you to g1ve a sentence usmg the vmrd beans Soggy My dad grows beans Daphne D My mother cooks beans rlarry C We are all human beans TAKE THAT AND THAT AND THAT Mark T A woman ns nothmg but a rag a bone and a hank of hair Emma L Yeah a man IS nothing but a orav a groan and a tank of a1r GIVE HIM THE WORKS Txmld Referee mln football gamem Now the last thmg I wlsh for IS un pleasantness Phxl Stull Have you any more last WISIISSQ Ona Nottlngham That lsnt llmewater that IS calcxum hydrox1de 30- -llllllllllIllllllllll lllllllIlllllllll:E-I ' ' - .1 lllllzlllsllilglilll . ".1..'...'..'. : ' ' . -1-4--i --.--+--- -V : , ' ' - . - ' 9' ' ' I - g .. ' ' ' . K, . - n - 3 , , , ' 1-.-4.-.-...-. ' ...Mel-l. I 1' , ' , 1 : ' A ' C, -l-Mi-i 1 U H. s. play Big Sandy m a basketball --+i- . . I : ' o . ' ' . . 1 . F' ' T1-4-.l .. Y L It - y .. I . ' . , Q ' , 7. 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N61 4 P ,' N il Q X K 3 f E X - - X- 3 E IIIIIIIllllllllllllllllll I.f:s.n'.9.n'.es.'2.:s" N FRESHMAN CLASS Front row Eldon Overholser Edgar Schultz Wxlllam Colhns John Kelly Clarke Jack son Royal MOITISOD Jack Bateman Francls Robmson Lloyd Nelson Georg Slmmons Thomas Calllson Second row Ma y MacKenz1e Agnes Jenklnson Natalie Morrow Daphne Roddy Mma Nottxngham Vxctor Ell1ott Frederlck Jahnke Raymond Long Leslxe Taylor Charles Culbertson Vxolet Lxppert Mary Wolf Esther Beecher Orvxlle Kelley Th1rd row Rose Taylor Evelyn Koger Jessamme Gardner Gertrude Wharram Shlrley Castor Jean Morrxson Dorothy Embleton Betty Koch Inez Bradley Aaltje DeBru1n Nora Murphy Betty Jean Dammrose Ruby Lynch Betty Gore Mae Small Gwen Archer Dorothy Rust Back row LeRoy Humphrey Norman Jackson Donald Schlrudt Logan Hazen Harvey Fox Robert Buck Robert Stembacher Reginald Rody Rlchard Chappell Stanley Smlth Laddle Johnson Jerrold Slmgsby Eugene Myers Orvllle Selmyhr Lyle Mol row Vlctor Chrlstensen Not 1n plcture Joseph Bear Arthur Damels John Drewlske Florence Hanford Mlldred McK1nlay Robert Nelson Margaret Rody James Waters FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Presldent Francls Robmson Secretary treasurer Mlldred McK1nlay Sponsor Mr Borchers -32- I , , ' ' ' , , - 4 I ' - Ki Y Y ! 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Colorful names rn Fcrt Benton drgh School" Yes theres Brown Whrte Rust Xordhues and perhaps some other Hughes If you were to Rrdenour rn the Woods to Mon-ow you would frnd two Manley sports men Archer and Fowler If they have good Ames and rf Fart ls not too long n sendrng ame therr way they may get a Bear nn Du cn rt rs DeBrumJ a Buck a Wolf or '1 Fox There rs a Frsher near the Waters but We Gessaman wrll frnd no frsh there It Peres to me we have a Moe rnaustrrous group rhrs Wmter For nstance we have '1 Taylor to keep us from lookrng Tacke a Carver a Gardner several Smrtns a Muller and someone rs Tattan Wnlett be warm at Chappell' We haxe two Brresefsl to kfep us coo' Krnyon Garrrson be made of Klay" It rs Small too and wc should burld it Lptmor Perhaps rt needs Calkin Callrson to helo as nd several wrll answer Culbertson Chrrs topherson Nelson Robinson Jackson Johnson and Engebritson There M11 be no need to Kaulbach for Morrrson They may be Young but their Annstrong and Wrggerfoush' Nelson Rommgermg around saw Archer Kelly a Buck and 0 Hara and the Stevens brothers shouted to the Mrller Its all Okada McAuley them all Champlms Mrss Leland Do you really tlrmk you re on the square And strll treat 'ne so darned unf'1rr" I never dreamed when yor bought me Id get stuck under the desk wrth not a thmg to see You passed us around to all your grrr 1 lends And Ill bet you a nrckel tney met srmrlar ends Stuck under the table or zraybe the charr Oh I dont thrnk rt s one ort farr Now those who on the c rlrng were shot Have to my Idea the cnorcest spot From way up there they can look down And see the krds gathered from all over town Now on top of the desk wouldnt be qurte so bad he had But to be put under a desk where all feet look the same I ll tell you rrght now I thrnk rt s a shame Annabel Kelly A BREAK Scatter scatter lrttle germ Please come my way rts now my tum If you dont Ill flunk that test Dont et em scare you you re not a pest When rt comes to helprng people lrke m Im scared skrnny cant you seef' Outch' Scratch' Ive got a brte' What makes mr face so ed and brrght'P Could It be you Ive caught so easrIy'P Oh hot dog' Prof Im ll measly' Lucrlle Buffrngton nounununnuunnnunn F un . . 1 1 ,, uuuunuunnun: nuuonnnnunnnunn nunuuuuununnnnn 1 1 I ' ' -A - . e 1 ' 5 Q , . . . 1 . , . . , - 's ,. 1s , I . . 1 1 , 1 1 - I - 1 11 . - ' ' ' ' . 1 1 s A , . . 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S. : 1 9 3 5 llllllillllllllllll llilllllllililllllllllllll lllllilllllllll XX w ATHLETICS N X 1 XS X X 4 : 1 X E X ll N591 "' wb" 'Q yi, X C1 me PIONEER a H 19 3 5 FOOTBALL TEAM Buck B111 Casey Rlcnard Rlommver Royal Morrxson Donald Schmxdt We-rnon Mayer Fred Flshbaugh Second row Wxlbur Bradley Ona Nottmgham John Stevens Dewey Small Ottley 'lschache Harold Bateman Norrls Hanford Alfred Stevens Earl Culbertson Stanley Smlth Jesse Wlllett Robert Lang Back row Coach Mxdgett Ph1lSchoon0ver Mark rattan Neal Archer Ph1l Stull Ben Lang Edward Whlte August Bateman Herman Small Harry Culbertson Arnold Tacke Em11 Johnson George Vlelleux Eugene Morrow Sam Mlller Manager Not nn plcture Lloyd K1nyon Jarvls Pearce BASKETBALL TEAM Seated Hairy Culbertson Eugene Morrow George Vxelleux Mark Tattan August Bateman Earl Culbertson Back row Sam Mlller Manager Harold Bateman Phll Schoonover Dxck Benton Edward Whxte Phil Stull Neal Archer Coach Mldgett 36- ':..-. lllpjlllillllnlgii..-r I Front row: :Left tc- rightl Charles Culbertson, Victor Elliott, Robert Steinbacher, Robert """0...... 19 3 5 F B H S THEPIONEER FOOTBALL Poss1b1l1t1es of a good football team seemed greater as forty students reported for practxce Seven of these were lettermen Mr Mldgett had two regulars ln the backfxeld and a comparatlvely green llne but soon bullt up a team that was strong rn all depart ments The team was heavler and possessed a real fxghtmg splrxt which carrled F B H S through a very successful year of football wrth fxve v1ctor1es and three defeats At the end of the second week or practxse the Longhoms journeyed to Great Falls wx here ney met the Great Falls Bxsons ul a scrxmmage p actlce The Longhorns showed up exceptxonally well holdmg thelr hea ner opponents to only three tluchdowns and threatenmg to score themselves on two or three occaslons but they were not able to put the ball across Old Man Wlnter made an early call on September 22 thus 'xreventmg the first game of the regular schedule wlth Power Power ren sed to reschedule the game and forfeited xt to F 'B H S The Longhorns began thelr regular schedule wxth a 66 to 0 vlctorx over the Great Ialls Freshmen In thrs game Coach Mldgett played 25 men tl'e regulars seemg servxce dormg less than half of the contest A week later the F B H S Reserves were defeated on thelr own field by the Great T alls Jumor Hlgh by a score of 20 to 12 The ame afternoon the Longhorn regulars met a heavy alumm aggregatlon and won a hard fought battle rn the closing minutes of play by a score of 7 to 0 Tue next Saturday on the local grldlron the Longhorns defeated the husky eleven nom Bel' by a score of 26 to 0 to wm thelr first dlstrlc challenge Wlth all of the seconds nd some of the thxrd strmgers seemg actlon sometime dunng the gamm the 'ocals con -mued to outpl y thexr opponents both Jffensxvcly and def nslvely and held them to only tmree flrs' downs durlng the entxre contest Ponles on the llghted f1eld at Havre The Cardinal and Whlte grldders played a good game but could not beat the breaks and were defeated for the flrst tlme by a score of 15 to 12 The annual tllt between Conrad and F B H S was played on the local grldiron and the game ended m a 6 to 0 vlctory for C nrad The teams were evenly matched and both went lntc. the game wlth a determlnatlon to Wm The result was .1 thrxlbng hotly con tested game ln which both sldes were xr sc: rmg posltlons several times only to be stopped by strong last mlnute stands The one exception was Conrad whose 30 yard pass 'n e second per'od resulted rn the only touchdown of the game Snovung lmprovement over the pr'-vxous weeks game the Longhol ns defeated e Creat Falls Reserves by a score of 19 to 0 nr kmg lt the flfth consecutlv vlctorv over e Blson Reserves A total of 22 players for F B H S saw actxon durmg some part of e game The retum engagement between the local seconds and the Great Falls Junlor Hxgh on Monday nxght November 12 was played on the llghted meld m Great Falls and proved to be a. n1p and tuck battle The Longhorn Reserves agam took a defeat this time by a ,core of 14 to 9 The annual game wxth Bxg Sandy which IS an example of frxendlx school rlvalry was plat ed at Fort Benton before a large rowd of 8hthUS18,StlC Blg Sandy and Fort Benton ans It was a hard fought battle from begxnnlng to end both teams playmg on even terms and both determmed to wm Th lotals scored early m the flrst period and agam t the begmnmg of the last quarter h01d1l'l" thexr opponents scoreless untll the last three 1 mutes of the game The fxnal score was 14 to 7 rn favor of the Longhrrns Wlth th1s vlctory the Cardlnal and Whxte retained possessxon of th county grldiron t1tle for the Yhlfd successlve year 'Il'ose playmg their 1 st game for F B H S w re Harry Culbertson Mark Tattan August ba eman Herman Small George Vlelleux Arnold Tacke Poll Stu l Neal Archer Harold Bateman John Stexens and Alfred Stevens 37 I lllllllillllillllli - 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Shelby's first quarter attack, which resulted in a touchdown during the first five minutes proved to be the margin of victory and had the Longhorns lighting a losing battle all of the way The locals came back strong following the next kickoif and ad vanced 'he ball past midfield Wnen a fifteen yard penalty on Shelby gave the Longhorns the ball on their opponents thirty yard -me as the quarter ended An offside penalty gave Benton another five yard gain but two line plays were stopped before Vlelleux pas ed to Schoonover who was thrown on the eight yard line Two plays carried the ball to the two yard line but the llne falled to open holes on the next two downs and Shelby took the ball on their one foot line Shelby kicked out from be hind then own goal line Neither team could make consistent yardage du mg the balance it the period and punts were frequent with Tattan having the edge most of the time Score at half time was still 7 to 0 in favo of Shelby The third quarter was an entirely different story when Coach Midgetts proteges took the kickoff and proceeded right down the field with Culbertson and Bateman doing most of the ball carrying The march was halted on the twenty vard line when two plays failed to gain and a pass on third down was knocked down Then with everything to gain and nothing to lose Tattan passed to Schoonover over the goal line fo a touch down The try for point alled and th score was Shelby 7 Fort Benton 6 The rest of the period was even with both teams putting up an excellent defense Tne whistle en" mg th quarter found the ball ln Sh lby s po session on their own thirty five yard 11l'lP The Longhorns held then opponents without a gain to open the fmal period and forced them to punt Culbertson retux ned the ball to midfield The locals failed to vain and again Tattan kicked After a couple of downs Shelby kicked again and got their bw break of the game when the ball bounced and hit Culbertson and was zecov red by a Shelby player Again the Longhorns held on two downs but Borger broke an ay on a Wide end run which netted him twenty yards before he Nas run out of oounds on the ten yard line by Culbertson A line buck failed to gain but Gluto went over on a neat double revers which complet ly fooled the loca's The extra point failed and the score stood 13 to 6 in favor of Shelby The Benton boys resorted Lo passing in the last few m1nutes'but failed to con nect and the final gun gave Shelby the district championship At the end of the season the b.lSlHC.m men took up a coll ion and gave a banquet for the players in the h1g'1 school domestic science rooms Tattan and Culbertson were unanimously elected Co captains of the team The boys who made their letters during the 1934 season are Co captains Mark Tattan and Harry Culbertson August Bateman Herman Smal Phil S hoonover Ben lang Emll Johnson George Vielleux Amold Tacke Edward White Phil Stull Eugene Morrow Neal Archer Sam Miller Manager Harold Bateman lohn Stevens Alfred Stevens No rls Hanford and FOOTB ALL SCHEDULE Fort Benton Fort Benton Fort Benton Havr Fort Benton Fort Benton Shelby Great Falls Fort Benton FBH FBHS BHS zu mg 3 I11.,m:1!IImB12 wi 5 38- G F Freshmen G F Jumor High Belt Havre Conrad G F Reserves Shelby G F Jumor High Big Sandy F ...u-..--.ll """.n-nu . . . 66 . . 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B. . s. 19 . . .c B. . s. 6 . , , , 14 ' 1 9 3 5 B H THEPIONEER BASKETBALL W1th only one regular from the 1933 34 quxntet back 1n su Coach lvildgett bullt up a basketball team that hung up a good record for the seasons play Durlng the season F B H S Lon horns met 13 d1fferent teams 1n the twentv flVE pames played and won seventeen of them Belt won all three games played by trouncmg the locals verely every tlme whlle two games were lost to Centervxlle by ma gms of only thr e and two punts respectn ely The S1Xth loss was to Big Sandy on the home floor by a score of 25 to 13 The Longhorns succeed d 1n wlnnlng the flnal game of the tournament agamst Blg Sandy and then won by a 4 po1nt margln 1n a double overtlme game at Blg Sandy Th1ee V1CtOTlPS over a strong H1ghW0Od qumtet and double VlCtOl'16S over Cascade Power and Dutton accounted for '71ne of the locals declsxons on the credlt slde of the account whlle smgle wxns over G r ald1ne Great Falls Reserves Choteau Fort Benton town team and Great Falls Frosh add ed f1ve more on the cred1t slde A three poxnt loss to Harlem and an even break wlth Fort Shaw completed the record for the season The Longhorns gather ed a total of 771 polnts to make an at erage of almost 31 po nts per game Agamst th1s the opponents of the cardmal and whlte scored an average of 'xghtly over 24 pomts per game Coach Mldgett made a few 1nd1v dual awards to sxgnlfy achlevemerts by the var1 ous boys Ph1l Schoonove rang up a total of 212 pomts Mark Tattan rece1ved scorlng honors from the guard DKBIIIOD w1th 54 pomts and then proceeded to make lt a double honor by ravlng the small number if L0 'ouls called on hlm daring the season Ph1l Schoonovcr wlth 24 free thlows out of -14 attempts and George V elleux .nth 18 ou or 33 t1 d for the honor of bemg the most 1 tuxate hot from tht g1ft l1ne Schoonover Tattan and Vlelleux rece1ved 1nd1v1dual awards Stlloonover and Tattan were chosen co captalns of th team F B H S added another trophy to the trophy case when the Longhorn won the Cnouteau County Tournament for the 111t'1 tlme 1n elffht years Another ot the h1ghl1 ht s of the seasons play was the d1str1ct tou nan ent at Great Falls The ca dlnal and Whlt 11 on from Choteau and Fort Shaw but lost to Belt th IS takm tnud place Schoonover and Tattan were agaln pre entcd vuth lndwlaual awards at the end of the tournament The Fort Benton fans rece1ved a rea' ueat by the appearance of the Harlemlte and the Terrlble Swedes on the local court Although elght of the bovs who made thelr lctte s th1s wear w1ll be lost tnrouffh praduatlor Coach Mxdgett makes th pr olctlon that next vears aggregauon w1l' be the strongest seen on the local foor ln a vong t1 ne 4 ummary and box score for th season are as follows Schoonover Morrow Vlelleux Benton Culbertson LI Tattan Wh1te Archer Bateman A Bateman H Stull Stevens J Culberson E 39 - 5 F' ' ..z.S:..... FG FT TP - 22 94 24 212 2 2 74 3 156 ' so 18 138 2 30 9 69 2 - 2 2 2 29 7 65 22 ..,eee 2 2 24 G 54 ' 2 22 2 2 223 3 49 22 2 7 3 17 2 2 22 1 1 3 2 2 22 2 1 1 3 22 2 1 1 3 - 2 2 2 o 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 o 1 1 344 as 771 tn 5 3 E1 r' rn 8 31 m m Where played I-Es-RLQHET-B-IE... - 'gen'-5I-Eluiil-21--ani. - . hun l1l2l2IEIl COUNTY TOURNAMENT The Fort Benton Longhorns won tne F1 hth Annual Chouteau County Tournament held ln Fort Benton January 25 and '6 by defeatmg the other three county teams The 'B1g Sandy team won second place by defe1t1ng Hlghwood and Geraldme Hlghwood then rn turn trounced Geraldme to Wm thlrd place and Geraldme wlth no vxctorles had to be content w1th last The Longhorns of F B H S mad.. the highest score of the tournament by trouncmg Geraldme wlth a score of 89 to 5 They th n went ahead to take a ho ly staged contest from Hlghwood by a score of 25 to 16 Fherr next game wxth the B1g Sandy Bulldogs was probably the most mteresfmg game of the tournament There ner ex was a dlffexence of more than tvlo or three pomts ln the score tlll the end of tht game The Longhorns made elght free throws from the glft lme to two for the v1s1tors Thls gave them their marg1n oi vlctory The fmal score was 28 to 22 Hlghwood defeated Geraldme by a score of 39 to 13 and Big Sandy defeated Hlgh wood and Geraldine by scores of 22 to 16 and "9 to 11 respectively m the other games of the tournament There were many trophles and awards glven agam thxs yea wlth at least one mem ber of each team recexvlng one award Fort Benton recelved the silver statuette as an em blem of the ChamDl0DShlp and B1g Sandy was awarded a large bronze statuette for sec ond place Each member of the Fort Benton squad re n1V8d gxld basketballs and the B1g Sandy boys received s1lver ones Donald McIntosh Geraldlne guard recelved a gold medal f Jr the best sportsrranshlp and Kenneth Iverson of Hlghwood received a gold medal as the most outstandmg player Charles Rlomlg recelved a gold medal for the best percentage of free throws Ph1l Schoonover Fort Bemton for high scorer Wlth 36 polnts nd Mark Tattan for hxgh scormg guard mtn 18 points George Vxelleux of Fort Benton and Jerry Davlson of Highvxood tled for tne nonor of havmg the least number of fouls wxth nf-ne eacn and Davison won the medal by a lm of a com The members of the fll'St all county team all of whom received gold medals were Brown of B1g Sandy and Iverson of Hxghwood forwards Schoonover Fort Benton center M Tattan Fort Benton and R Ray 01 Bxg Sandy guards The second team conslsted of Hurd of B1g Sandy and Mclntash Gerald ne forwards H Peterson HlghW00d center Whxte Port Benton and Ophus B1g Sandy guards These players were awarded s1lver medals The most valuable players on each team were selected and p esented w1th a medal The selectlons wer McIntosh of Geralame Ophus of B1g Sandy H Pete son of Hxghwood and Schoonove of Foxt B nton Fort Benton Power Hxghwood Fort Benton Fort Benton Dutton Fort Benton Centervllle Belt FOl't BCIIYLOII Fort Fort Fort Fort Benton Benton Penton Benton B1g Sandy Fort Benton Fort Benton Fort Benton Fort Benton Cascade Great Falls Great Falls Great Falls Fort Benton Fort Benton Totals rCm.1nty Tournament? rCounty Tournamentl rCo mty Tournamtntl tD1StF1Ct Tournament? tDlStTlCL Tournamentw 4D1str1ct Tournamentl Averages 'EI ggmmmmggmngggIrlmlllmlldllililtliilliiflii-IIUHBIIIU3 cn it 30 84 Cascade Power Hlghwood Great Falls Belt Dutton B1g Sandy Centerville Belt Geraldine Hxghwood B1g Sandy Centervxlle Bvg Sandy Dutton Town team Power Hlghwood Cascade Choteau Belt Fort Shan Fort Shaw Reserves Great Falls Frosh Opponents Opponents 23 52 - ' 1.3 ' 1 . .........,.......,,,...,.,.......,,..,...,, ......s. 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"'E:.I.':5.?J2H5E.'2 INTER-CLASS TOURNAMENT Left to rlght Harry Culbertson Oscar Paul Herman Small Phrl Stull Harold Bateman George Vlelleux Mark Tattan Joan Stevens Neal Archer Allred Stevens August Bateman Earl Culbertson The Sen1or class won the Inter class Basketball Tournament for the fl st tlme m lfS hlstory Thls year as m prevxous years t 'le w1nn1n'f team was determlned by playing an 9l1mlD3.t'0I1 tournament The first game was played between the .Jumors and Freshmen This game resulted rn an easy vlctory for the Jumors The fmal score was 23 0 8 The next encounter between the qenxors and the Sophomores was another 9Xhlbltl011 of shootmg and passmg wxth the ball 1n the Senrors posstssxoz most of the txme The lmal scorf was 38 to 10 for the Senxo s Th semi flnal between the Sopl ommes and the Frcshmtn which was play d on the next nlght pltted two evenly match d t ms together thus resulung ID a close battle "he Sopl omore wcn thls game 19 to 12 Ulvmg them a Lle for second place vs th the Juniors Senlors were probably the two most evenlv matched teams ln the tournarrent The Sen lors fmally won but xt was after a lone, hard struggle The scolc was 24 to 12 and gave the Semors the champxonshxp Th followmg boys played on the other three teams Freshman Stanlev Smrth and Roval Morrison Co aptalns Ed ar S bultz Laddle Johnson Charles Culb rtson Jxctor Flllott and Donald Schmrdt Sophom res Robert Lana and Emil Johnson Co Captalns Frank Jenklnson B111 Casey Ottley Tschache Wllbur Bradley Fred Flshbaugh Sldney Kurth Ross Bennett Mark Kaulbach and James Vlanley Junlors Phil Schoon over Eduard Whlte Co captams E.1f'ene Morrow Ben Lane J Sa Willett Marsden Smlth How ar 1 Meeks Wllham Bucknell lNo1r1s HT!l'0Td Orla No. mglnm Edward Broun Earl 'Beecher James Urtcn Llovd Klnyon ana Lanes Wlg er -41 ' : , , , ' . V , 'R . ""'O...... . - I A A .F . . . . . . , . . :Y 1 . . 1 . X l. , I ' . , . . 4. T I ' H ' . . . - . . V bi I ' 1 Y- v ' ' ' r- X ' A... e e '- ' ' 'X '-, . . .. -' V , ' L e ' , ' , e ez: , . ' ' . 1 s 1 ' , D' ' ' e 'i The final game was probably the closest and most exciting. as the Juniors and A Y - A ' 1 . - . . ' . W k I A 1 ' V 9 ' - v .4 I: . ' 'U . D ' , -C ' 3 g. 1' . , ' . ' e . . 4 , . c : , '. , , - I ' - , A , 1. L ', . 'Z ' - , ' I ,. - ' : ' O - . '. ,. e " " , ' , - -Q .A Y Q . , ' . '- K A ' ' 42' L v .F . ' V 6 1 H v .. U Y v 1 L U Q '. I.'15.RI.9HEE.E.IEu-I :En---El-E:-niilnil--na :lullllglargrl GIRLS' INTRA-MURAL Left to rlght Inez Bradley Daphne DeBru1n Mae Small Louxse Morrow Orma MOQICT Annabel Kelly Mary MacKenzxe Not rn pxcture Jean Hanford For the thxrd consecutlve year Mr Mldgett organlzed xntra mural basketball for the glrls Out of the thxrty 311: glrls who .vent out he chose tour teams wlth nme girls on each He selected two g1rls out of each nme as co captalns Phe days or practlce were et for Mondays and Thursdays at four oclcck and there were two games each practlce untll a CC116ClU16 of thirty games had Deen completed The fmal tournament whlch would oetermxne the Wllllllnv team was not held be cause so many of the players had the neasles Howev r the seasons standmgs were flgured up and It was found that Teams One and Four had tled m pomts as well as games non Therefore in order to determme the champxous th se two teams rlayed off then' t1e wlth a resultmg score of 16 to 17 m favo of Team Four The teams were as follows I' am 1 Marlan Schmmt and E,d1th Roudebush xco captamsl Mar1beth Kelly Ju11a Bateman Verna Young Myrtle E11 ott Margaret Walters Bessle Koger Betty Koch Team 2 Dons Bateman and Nome Lynch fco CBDCHIDST Dorothy Stellmon Ade Paul Team 3 Vlrgmxa. Rxdenour and Betty MACKCHZIC fco captamsl Leah Meeks Myrna Lewls Kathleen Morrow Sadxe Buffmgton Florence Hamord Mildred uongfellow Carol Schoonower Team 4 Louise Morrow and Ornm Mosler foo captamsl Mary MacKenz1e Daphne DeBruu1 Annabel Kelly Jean Hanford Mae Small Inez Bradley Mary Jane Brust F11 al standmgs of the year Won Lost P s Team I Team Team Team IV 11 5 684 .42. 4? I J . """l...... line Fultz: Treva Buffington, Evelyn Koger, Gwen Archer, Mildred Champlin, Marabeth t . II ..............,..,.... ,,.,.,..,,,,,l,,. 3 12 ,200 III ........,..,.,,...., ,.,,.. . . ........ 7 8 ,467 F. B. H. . THE PIONEER MURAL Jlm Urton Robert Stembacher Bxll Casev Eugene Myers Frank Jenkmson Vlctor Ellxoft Morrls Moe Mark Kaulbach Tnls year as ln prevlous years an Jpportumty was given every boy m high school to play basket ball rf he wanted to take advantage of It Tnese bovs were dlVldEd equally Into four teams as follows Team 1 Howard Meeks and Dewey "-Small co captam Fred F1shl:a gh Lvle Mor ow Edgar Schultz Donald Schrrudf Fred J hnke and Lloyd Kmyon Te m 2 Frank Jenkmson and B111 Casey co cap' uns Jxm Urton Robert Stem bacher Vlctor Elliott Mark Kaulbach WL ver' Mxer and MOITIS 'Vloe T am 3 Ottley Tschache and Royal Morrlson co captams Sldney Kurlh Ku-k wood Oollms Eduard Brown Robert Buck 'olm Kelly anl Logan Hazen Team 4 Wxllxam Bucknell and Wllbul Bradley co captaxns Charles Culbertson Ross Bennett Earl Beecher Ladd1e Johnson kdm ard McAuley Jack Bateman and Orvllle Kelley Wlth the regular playlng schedule completed a checkup of the mtra mural season shows some very mtereshng results I'hc ecord of games won nd lost does not show ouxte as close a race as last year Team 4 wlth Wllllam Bucknell as captam OASIIY out dlstanccd the fleld oy wmnlng 12 gam s and losmg only 3 to take first place Second place was taken by Team 2 Wltn nlne VlCtOlI9S and six defeats Team J won sxx games and lost nme to wm th1r:l from Team 1 WhlC1l had three vxctorles and 12 defeats To close the mtra mural season a ron nd rob1n tournament was played Team number two captamed by Frank Jerlkmson nd B111 Casev wun all its game and was proclalmed mtra mural champxons fo thls year Each player on the Winning team re celved a small sllver basket ball The results of the toumament ar Game Game Game Game Game Game 1 Team 2-Team 3-Team 4-Team 5-T am 6-Team 11st1 d below 1 1125 4 3 .43- I I Team Team Team Team Team Team 1 124 1 8 1 lnnnnullnllun 3 1 9 -- E an slum n:. lnnnunln Vungunsn nnnuuunnulnn u nun i unluullunnnlnusnl l : 'J n IN - 4 f .. , X .A , . l,. . X1 .llrlftkd .---I-.lllll -' '1 Tia- vs. ' 2 237 3 1103 Ks. 4 D 1 1172 vs. . 3 121 . - 2 ts. 4 1 J e 1 11 J vs. 4 1 Tl 2 119 vs. 3 1147 I.'25.RL9.E1.EF.'3.:E"" ' ' ' ' " SPRING ATHLETICS After fmdmg out that most of the boys were Interested ln some form of spr1ng athlet cs Coach Mldgett made plans for 1ntra mural baseball and track BASEBALL Approxlmately fffty boys entered the lntra mural baseball games As m basketball a round robm schedule was carrled out among the boys who were dlvlded mto four teams Two four mnmg games were played each Monday and Wednesday nlght unt1l the school year ended Tvso of the 24 games had been played wnen th1s was wrltten John Stevens nd Jesse Wllletts team got off to a good start when they nosed out Schoonover and Alfred Stevens team by a score of 3 to 1 The second game pltted E Whlte and G V1elleuxs team agamst N Archer and Johnsons team Thxs turned out to be a nip and tuck affalr endmg ln a 1 to 1 tle INTRA MURAL BASEBALL TEAMS First two players mentxoned on each team were named captalns Team 1 Team 2 Team 3 Team 4 J stevens Schoonover E White N Archer J Wlllett A Stevens G Vrelleux Johnson J Urton Damels Stull M11ler Benton Morrow Smxth MOTFISOH Bucknell Flshbaugh E Culbertson Meeks C01l1ns Brown D Schmldt C Culbertson Flhott Clmard Tschache Bokovoy IN Jackson Brxese Stembacher Kaulbach Nelson Schultz Buck Meyers lahnke DTGWISKD Selmyhr J Kelly Manley Hazen Callison Klay RESULTS INTERCLASS TRACK MEET The flfth annual cross country run from the football fleld to the B on the h1ll southeast of town and back opened the sprmg prog: am Of eleven ooys who started the run ten fmxshed Neal Archer a semor took f1rst George Vlelleux a senlor took second Herman Small a semor thlrd Ravmond Long a freshman fourth and Victor Elliott a freshman flfth The tlme was 12 47 4 5 seconds After close competltlon m the f1rst part or the class track meet th Senxors went ahead to wxr easlly wxth 10114 pomts The Jumors were second wlth 58 pomts The Freshmen took tnlrd Wlt"1 181!2 pomts but they were closely followed by the Sophumores wxth 11 polnts The followmg events took place IF w1ll slgmfy Freshman S Sopho more Jr -Junlor Sr -Semor Names are glven lh the order they placed F1ve pomts were glven for flrst four for second three for thxrd two for fourth and one for fxfth placel Cross Country Run Archer Sr lst Vlelleux Sr 2nd H Small Sr 3rd Long F 100 Yd Dash H Culbertson Sr 1st Schoonover Jr 2nd Tattan Sr 3rd Bark hoefer Sr 4th Jenkmson S 5th T1me114 5 sec Shot Put-Benton Jr 1st Johnson S 2nd Whxte Jr 3rd H Culbertson Sr 4th A Bateman Sr 5th Dlstance 3611 Half Mlle Run Archer Sr 1st Vxelleux Sr 2nd H Small Sr 'lrd Elliott F' 4th Jackson Jr 5th Tlme 2 28 1 5 sec Broad Jump-B Lang Jr lst Culbertson Sr 2nd Barkhafcr Sr 3rd Schoonover Jr 4th Stembacher F 5th Dlstance 1871!2 440 Ycl Dash-Schoonover Jr lst Tattan Sr 2nd B Lang Jr 3rd Stembacher F 4th Johnson S 5th Txme 60 3 5 sec Javelin Throw Benton Jr lst H Bateman Sr 2nd Vxelleux Sr 3rd Culbertson Sr 4th Whlte Jr 5th Dlstanoe 1186 Half M116 Relay-Senlors lst Sophomores 2nd Freshmen 3rd Semo team Barkhoefer Archer Culbertson Tattan Tlme 1 54 2 5 sec 50 Yd Dash Tattan Sr lst H Culbertson Sr 2nd Schoonover Jr 3rd C Cul bertson F 4th Barkhoefer Sr 5th T1me 6 4 5 sec lContmued on page 607 .44- G . . 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J, , ., 3 . , ., 5 , 'Y 7 1 -y - ' - - , -, , - , ., I , ., 2 , 1 ' ' i H K 'Y 9 y 1, . . , 2 . 3 , . r - , , , . 1 - . - - , -. . . , ., 3 , ., 3 , - , -, I , ., . - , 1 9 3 5 a H THEPIONEER IMPROVEMENTS The students were xery much surprised when they entered s hool September 4 to 11nd 'nc school bulldlng 111 splendld hapc f r the year The entne scl ool hous walls xere calcxmlned wlth a llght cream olo wh1ch was a welcome change 'rom the black pamt W nch had been used prevlously One of the greatest lnlprovements was the bullclmg Jf the platforn' ln the front of the assembly Thls enables the students u the back of ne room to near and see the peaker n the front It ms also an ani to tht teacher to control ner students m the studv yerlods lnce three rows O1 seats have b en doubled The e seals were arranved ln th1s manner to accommodate the Increased attendan e xn the chool for the vear 1934 35 A number of new desks were purchased L0 tnvs purpose and the old desks were varnlshed An added xmprovement ln the assembl IS the rear anv ment of he plctures and the clock When George Ulr1ch turned ln hls keys after bem Janrtor for ox er th1rty yearsl Mr Ba ton Murray and hxs assxstant Francxs Schocnovex took over the work COMMERCIAL The commerclal department Ol1soL1I,, of two rooms wa crowded as usual at the beglnnnn, of the year The flnal enrollmf nt of the year was as follows Typlng I-45 Shorthand I 3 Comme cral Ceography 21 Tv mg II Shorthand II 6 Bookkeeplng Tnvs department rs composed of 111111016 senlors and post g aduatts all of whom get a good foundation fo busmess ramng through a thorou h study of the subzects 'aught Tn net rate of speed to be attalned ln typlng I the nost popular sub ect 15 40 words a mmutc whlle those 1n tx pmg II hav to average 60 words a mlnute Shorthand I students are taught th ony and IFHDSCYIDIIOH hom 60 x ords per minute dxctatlon Tle dlctatlon s Increased lH shovthand II to 95 words per minute 0 TUBERC ULI N On March 18 Mrs Crockett of the Mo mtana Tuberculosls ASSOCIZIIOII appeared be fore the assembly and explalned the tuberc 1l1n test On Vlarch 20 the te t was glven to all those who presented permlsslon slxps svffned by thexr parents The re ults were wery encouraa ng because of the small percentage of students who reacted to the test These people xx ere taken to Great Falls on M lcn 26 and X ray pxctures were taken Mrs Henrletta Crockett secretary of the tuberculosis assoclatxon Dr J H Croucn a. member of the State Board of Healtn Mlss Lexla MacDonald a reg1stered nurse and Dr J Kaulbach coun v health offxcer onducted the test All of the tests were glven 1n about two hours The test cons1sted of the mjectxon of a few drops of fluxd under the skm of the upper arm Reactxons V618 read LY1 48 hours The gmng of these tests has been l"l3'lC poss1b1e by the sale of Cnrlstmas seals .45- .---.....-.---...- F S llll . . - . .. .I-.I--..-..'.... llllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllll . , , -i A .C A y ' V' - ' ' ., - 0 , ' . 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IuE5uRL9lNlEEIBu:E.- ' Ellulgolgdalmongunnnu """1'3'2'g" BOOSTER CLUB Seated Dor1s Bateman Betty Morrow Marlan Schmldt Edlth Roudebush Lxlllan Taylor Daphne DeBrum Vlfglllla Rdenour Annabel Kelly Orma Mosler Marlbeth Kelly Mary Jane Brust Second row Beatrxce Chappell August Bateman Alfred Stevens Eugene Morrow John Stevens Ben Lang Phxl Schoonover Herman Small Coach Mldgett Nome Lynch Back row John Ames George Vlelleux Mark Tattan Harold Bateman Edward Whlte Norrls Hanford Harry Culbertson Earl Culbertson Nlot 1n pmcture Mmme Morrlson Emma Lovmger O The new club that was orgamzed last year by Coach Mldgett to arouse school sp1r1t among the students and th outslders started the year by electmg new members The old members who were Junlors last year chose twenty addxtlonal students Ten of these were Jumors who will carry on next year and the other ten we e semors They were chosen as students vaho were outstancung for the1r efforts to advance school actlvltles To help arouse the school sp1r1t two snake dances were held before unportant football games The club also sold candy and popcorn at the Chouteau County Basketball Toumament The money earned was used to buy emblems for the members of the club The club gave several dances dunng the year The most Important work of the club was the selllng of txckets for the football and basketball seasons and for the Tourna nent 'vlembers canvassed the town and sold a large number of tlckets whxch would not have been sold wlthout the campaign Soon after the new members were chosen new offxc rs were electffd These were 1-larry Culbertson presxdent Nor IS Hanford v ce presldent Lllllan Tavlor secre tary treasurer Nome Lynch and Onna Vlosler yell leaders -46, W Q I , I , 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 v . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - l . , . :nu suns . a ' - ' ,, , . . . . . ,, 1 . . 1 .1 . 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D . . - - 1 1 A 1 4 1 . - 1 ' 1 1 - 1 9 3 5 "'F"'5"7'5"7'S- "s:.I.+:s.rJs2n5's.fs B CLUB Seated Ted Barkhoefer John Stevens Harold Bateman Rlchard Benton Coach Mldgett Arnold Tacke Edward Whlte Ph1l Schoonover Norr1s Hanford Second row Earl Culbertson Eugene Morrow Ph1l Stull Ben Lang Emxl Johnson Herman Small Sam Mlller Harry Culbertson Back row August Bateman George Vxelleux Mark Tattan Neal Archer Alfred Stevens The B Club an orgamzatlon for development of athletlcs ID F B H S xs com posed of all the boys that have earned thelr 'etter 1n football basketball and track There re eleven new members thls year and the offlcers for the year are Mark Tattan presl dent Edward White vlce president and Alfred Stevens secretary treasurer A dance after the last game of the county tournament was sponsored by the B Club tu secure money for the orgamzat1on Part of thxs money was Lsed to buy letters for the boys who earned them ln basketball and track The remaxnder w1ll be used to ouy some tmng for the gym exght end men and a mlddle man or mfellocutor ln the flrsf part The end men mere Harry Culbertson Mark 'I' ttan John tevens August B teman George Vlelleux Neal Archer Sam Miller and Herman Small T le nt rlocutor was Dxck Benton The second part of the show was a humorous dla ogue nt1tled Jack and Mule Shoes between a colored man and w1fe Alfred Stevens wa the man and Harold Bateman 'us w1fe Specmal danclng slnglng and whxstlmg feature, we e added throughout the program The thxrd part was a short play entltled Rastus Com to the Pomr The chara ters were three colored people m the persons of Earl C xlbeltson Arnold Tacke and Phu Sfull -47 ' : , , , ' , ' - : , , , ' , , ' - V """0...... il ' , ' Z . '- . 2 ' , ' ' 1 ' , - . . I' ' ' l I I The B Club minstrel was held April 15 and consisted of three parts. There were - . 2 , S.- , a . . ' , , ' . . 4 i e ' . - I C - .. ,, ' . ' 1 s . . -' ' . ' ' ' ' . " rs ' 2 1 ' , , ' 'Q . . I.us.n'.Q.v.e5.e.:a" 5 - LATIN CLUB Front row Anna Manley Wllma Fowle Margaret Lembke Leah Meeks Kathryn Gan son Margaret Kelly Grace Woods Helen Tacke Helen Gessaman Dorls Bateman Second row Frank Jenkmson Mxss Gannaway Lucllle Buffxngton Betsy Ross Rosemary Barkhoefer Ada Mae Barnum Beatrlce Chappell Evelyn Frldmanskl Eugene Morrow Back row Mane Lembke Annabel Kelly Mar1an Schm1dt Jean Wmter Emily Frld manskl Verna Young Marlbeth Kelly Helen Jackson 'Nlot 1n plcture Alvma Collins L1l11an Taylor Jean Hanford Kathleen Morrow Jean olby Mark Kaulbach Ethel Engebrltson Emma Lovlnger Ruth Marle Mo row The Lat1n Club members open d 1 ye lr of actlvmes by re electlng Marlbeth Kelly as pres dent Jean Hanford uce preslclent and Helen D Jalkson secretary treasurer Any student ln hlgh school who 1S takmv Latm or has taken Latm IS el1g1ble fo the club mach member IS glven the name of a Roman god or goddess of Mount Olympus Meetlngs are held every two weeks Af each meetmff the mmutes of the precedmg neetlng are read and some kmd of program connected w1th Roman llfe or gox ernment 1. glven for the benefxt of the club A dance was grven after the last bask tball game wlth Great Falls Freshmen The annual banquet was held Aprxl 4 ln the domestlc s lence deoartment of the hxgh sc mool The members of the club dressed and ate as Romans used to Speeches were glven after the banquet Mlss Gannaway sponsors the club -48 4- - ' 1' ' "- - 1 -1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 v 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 '1 - - ' 1 1 1 1 n 1 . . . . 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THE PIONEER EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING AND DECLAMATION Seated Beatrice Chappell Mlldred Champhn Leah Meeks Mary Okada Marlan Schmldt MarJor1e Rfomnger Annabel Kelly Helen Tacke Myrna Lewls Dorxs Batexran Stanalng Edward McAuley Oscar Paul Sam Mlller Robert Buck Francls OHara John Stevens Mark Tattan Neal Archer Alfred Stevens From the prellmmary extemporaneous speakmg contest before the hlgh school f1ve people were chosen to speak at the aud1tor1um on February 13 Those selected were John Stevens Neal Archer Marvm Nel son Edward McAuley and Marjorle Rommger John St vens won the fmal contest Wlth a talk on Spam Thxs enabled hmm to take part m the contest at Great Falls on Aprxl 12 Neal Archer spoke on crlme and re cexved honorary second place Instead of Judgmg the declamatlons and award mg the wmners as ln former years the ten readmgs wer glven rn costume for the amusem nt of the audl ence only Those takmg part were Mary Okada Myrna Lewls John Stevens Neal Archer Helen Tacke Mlldred Champlm Francls OHara Robert Buck Mark Tattan Annabel Kelly and Sam Miller Alfred Stexens W s chairman of the program John Stev ns .49-. 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I.us.n'.9.u'se.f:.:s"' ' HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Fxrst row Mary Maclfenzre Mxna Nottrngham Ilene Breault Rose Taylor Ruth Haven Mae Small Gwen Archer Dorothy Rust Betty Gore Margaret Kelly Helen Tacke Gertrude Flsher Mary Jane Blust Second roxy Esther Beecher V101et Llppert Lucille Buffrngton Mrldred Longfellow Dorothy Stellmon Leah Meeks Vxrgmra Rrdenour Augusta Nordhues Jessamlne Gardner D1x1e McCaulay Marlan Schmidt Mlldred Champlm Frances Fart Hazel Armstrong Evelyn Koger Lottre Olmstead Adelme Fultz Back row Mary Wolf Mane Lembke Kathryn Garrlson Gertrude Vlfharram Margaret Walter Dorothy Embleton Nettle Hazen Inez Bradley Carol Schoonove1 L1ll1an Taylor Daphne DeBru1n Wmme Gordon Betty Koch Aaltje DeBru1n Nora Murphy Sadxe Buffzngton Natalxe Morrow Agnes Jenklnson Not 1n plcture Treva Buffmgton Genneueve R1tland Alvlna Collms Barbara Llppert M11dred McK1nlay Margaret Rody S1nce the organ1zat1on of the Home Economrcs Club m 1932 rt has g own so raprdly hat the enrollment for t."l1S year exceeded nmety flve girls Outstandmg events on th club calendar for the past vear mcluded the In1t1at1on boys the Co ed Prom and the All Hxvh School dance At the Co ed Prom a costume dance for gxrls gxven on February 14 puzes were awarded for the best costumes In addl uon to tnese act1v1t1es th IL were several hlkcs and partles L1b+-ral donatxons by the people of For' Benton frnanced the banquet for the foot oall boys whlch was prepa ed by the club Besrdes the thrrty t1ree football boys several membe 3 of he faculty and a few promment busmess men mtcrested rn athletlcs were present Off cers of the club for the year were presldenc Mlldred Champlm v ce presldent Maman Schmmt secretary Mxldred Longfelfov and treasurer T1ll1an Taylor A co.1nc11 elected every two or three months assxsted the regular offlcers Bms from the Nat1onal and State Home Economxcs organlzatlons were gnen to mem bers wno had obtamed enough act1v1ty nomts These actlvrty polnts were obtamed by belng an offlcer or a member of the ounc1l for assrstanoe with club act1v1t1es and for unusual mterest taken m the welfare or the club -50.. .- l .. y Y . 7 , Y Y Y I, . ' , -- s "I - , ' . 1 . 1 . I : , ' , ' , , . . , . y ' , . """0...... . . . . X . , , . k 1. A . 1 . ' , L - ' ' . l . 9 h . . . . . party in September, sponsoring of the film, "Sorrel and Son," a banquet for the football . ' - .'l . ' 32 L ' '- ' . . , . . . 9 . 1 ' . M . , V ' ' 4 ' V v I ' . - -' Y. ' r . - ' ' - I . , . L " ., x " ' c . ' i : ' , ' . ' 3 i ' , . , .. Z , . D L 71: U Y A. . . 1 . . , . , , llllllllll lllllllllll I. 2 ::.I.+:s.rJ:2nss:s HOME ECONOMICS ALUMNI Q Anil Seated Betsy Ross Anna Manley Clara Whltehorn Mary Stevens Mary Okada Betty MHIKEDZIC Myrna Lens Myrtle Ellxctt Maxine Graham Marabeth Paul Mlddle row Bessre Koger Ada Mae Barnum Beatrlce Chappell Betty Morrow Edxth Roudebush Ellen Scott Mxss Van Oosten Betty Urton Beulah Brlese Anna Mae Hughes Selma Jahnke Emlly Frxdmanskx Arlene Skaw Top row Marjorre Rommger Earlme Hulett Grace Woods Marrbeth Kelly Rosemary Barkhoefer Verna Young Jean Frlelds Ellen Ruth Not rn plcture Dorls Bateman Julra Bateman M1nn1e Morrlson Margarette Olmstead Mary Ruth Maxme Papan Mlldred Papan Emma Lovmger SENIOR CLASS HISTORY CCont1nued from page 153 T'1e thlrd year under General Hagle started off wlth the meetmg to elect our Offl cers Affalll v'e brought back George Vlnlux as our boss and elected Annabel Kel y and Mark Tattan as hls rlghf hand men wlth Lllllan Taylor as our representatlve to the Councxl that we could act as well as fight we ,ave our play Baby Steps Out a bxg success Also n May of thxs year we stopped at a small settlement and gave a dance honormg the Fxpedltlon unoer General Senror who was leavmg us this year In the fall of 34 w tarted on the last lap of the way tc Graduation Now we led all the other expedltxons gomv West and took advantage of thls fact by maklng Gen eral Freshman and hrs men perform leats fo our amusement Lxllran Taylor was elected to lead us to the fimsh Her rxght hand men were Harry Culbertson and Annabel Kelly Our Councll representatrve was Marlan Sehmldt We fought to a flnlsh 1I'1 the Battle u' Inter class Basketball and came out WIII ners Also many of our men recelved honors ln the Battle of Dlstrrct Basketball and the Battle of Football In June we entered the settlement of Graduation Smoe we all had been grven slxteen or more ments for the successes vue had made during the expedltxon We were forced to brd good bye to our sturdy wagon 1' B H S and to seek for what was ahead of us by the tl'811S mto the future --51 : , V , ' A , , , I y ' y 1 ' 1 - ' ' 2 ' , . A , I , ' . , . , N' I . 2 , h , , , 1 ! U I . ' . ' : , U , . , . , ....--.llllll A . . A . . .- . Q - U -. . 1 - 1 .- , . ' . N This year we got Junior Rings to remember our great '35 Expedition. To prove ,, . - .. ,.- - , ,, Q ' .. W ,, W . . 1 . 5 y , , - . D v H YY ' v ' . v N , , . . . , I 'I 1 'Q . . ., Illllllllilllllllllllllil I.+:s.n'.9.'s.Ee.'2.:a" ' ' BAND ' Seated Byron Ames Leland Overholser D1x1e McCau1ay Betsy Ross Lawrence Clmard Ross Bennett Donald Chr1stopherson Royal Morrlson Wxllxam Meeks Sldney Kurth Mlddle row Georgla Collms Klrkwood Collms Pierre Peres Eugene Morrow Marxan Schmldt Wlnme Gordon NOHIB Lynch Edward Brown Marsden Sm1th Sam Mlller Fred Flshbaugh Norman Jackson Mlldfed Longfellow Marabeth Paul Pop row Maxme Graham Verna Young Ixeal Archer Wllbur Bradley George Vlelleux James Urton Eugene Jackson Frank Jenkmson Leslle Taylor Mark Kaulbach Not 1n p cture Morrrs Moe Rlchard Rommger Jun1or Tschache Ottley Tschache Earl Culbertson Jean Hanford Thls year as ln other years the hlffh school band has prox ed to be one of the out slandmg and successful organlzatlons of Fort Benton Hlgh School The band has been greatly ncreased xn membershlp thls last yea and now has forty members to 1ts credlt These members play a Wxde varlety of mstvvments Tne bands flrst performance ln co operation wlth the c1ty organlzatxon was at the Chouveau County Faxr Their next actxvuy was the Blg Sandy For Benton Football Festwal d splayed the band 1n full umfo'm and thelr contribution to the program was greatly enjoyed Another publxc performance ln which the band took part was the Annual County Basketball Tournament where they olayed both eaenmgs At the Sprmg Festxval featured by the musxc department the m lslmans gave the pub lc a program sxmllar to mat WPICX they gave 1n Havre the fcllow1n'f day 'Derhaps the crowning pomt of the band sc son was th1s Annual Band Festua. htld at Havre The band members felt that tney were well reward d fo thelr months of or1ll ma chmg and practlce wlth the shovs mg they made at Havre The trxp fo Havre 'ls well as bcmg educatlonal IS a t eat to the young muszclans who always look fo ward to the event Although the band loses several f lts members next year It IS planned to have as successful ar orgamzatxon as there was 'he past year Wlnnlf Gordon was chosen drum rlajor this year She led the band very success fully at the Havre muslc festlval -52.- MJ I , , Q . y . . ., l. 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"E:.T.'25.?J2HEEB ORCHESTRA Seated Mxldred Longfellow Gertrude Fxsher Lucille Buffmgton Earlme Hulett Mary Ruth Leah Meeks Ruth Morrow Ada Barnum Annabel Kelly Marjorie Romlnger Georgla Collms Byron Ames Mlddle row Myrna Lew1s Vlrgxnla R1denour Lllllan Taylor Maman Suxmldt Wmme Gordon Vernon Mayer Nome Lynch Lones Wlgger Betty Jean Dammrose Bessxe Koger Ellen Scott Dorothv Burchett Albert Bokovoy Mark Kaulbach Standlng Frank Uptmor Wllbur Johnson Howard Meeks Leland Ove holser Marsden Snuth Wllbur Bradley James Urton Eugene Jftckson Frank Jenklnson Leslle Taylor Klrkwood Collxns Norman Jackson Sldney Kurth Not ln pxcture Gladys Collms Jean Hanford Barbara Llppert Forty students playmg ten dlfferen mstruments made up the hlgh school or hestra f or 1935 under the dlrectlon of Mr Borcners The orchestra has played for a few .xssembly programs the Junxox and senior pl vs the art festn al and for the muslc festxvals gn en zn December and May The two muslc fesflvals presented du mg the school vear ale gxven for the publlc free of charge These are for the enjoyment 0 the publxc as vxell as to slnuw the prog ess of students m musxc To prepare students to take t1e places left vacant by seniors free group lessons are glven Many students take advanta of these each year Slnce all lnstruments cannot oe us d 1n the band the orchestra UIVPS m'1ny others an oppol tunxty to take part ID outsld attlvxtles 53- - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . - - 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 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THE PIONEER B H 9 3 5 MIXED CHORUS Seated Daphne Roddy Irene Breault GPOIUIH Collins Nome Lynch Betty Urton Gladys Collms Anna Mae Hughes C andulg Ma k Kaulbach Frank Kelly James Urton Wlnllle Gordon Ottley Tscnache Marsden Smzth Eugene Jackson Not 111 pxctuxe Vlfglflla Rxdenour Marian Schmidt Tne chorus thls year COHSISLQG of both boys and glrls Instead of haung practlce time before school thlrd perlods on Mond y nd Wednesday WSI used and only students In the assembly at that tlme could attenfi chorus Thus a number of students were ellrn mated Tlrls chorus has sang for the Fall Festlval Declamfltlon program and Wrtempor aneous Speakmg contest Sprmg Fesflval Graduation Baccalat reate and once for the assembly Marlan Schmldt Jxm Urton Frank Kelly and Gladys Col11n wer the four smgers chosen for a quartet They also sang for several entertammen s Th1S type of chorus has prow ed to be more succ ssful than 1n former years 1341 llllIllIllllllllllllll -nn F. . . 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' ' 1 J.. ,9 3 5 F a H s rnzmouszn SENIOR PLAY QQ Left to rxght John Stevens Leah Meel-'s Annabel Kellv P1111 Stull Emma Lovmver San Mrller Dor1s Bateman Mark Tattal MHTIQH Schm1dt Neal Xrcher P+-orge Vlelleux V1rg1n1a Rldenou To an overcrowded audltorlum th senror class pres nted the1r play Glfl Shy on 'Nlovemb 1 23 A well sele ted cast and M1ss McCollum s excellent c1rect1c"1 contrlbuted 2 productlon which Was superlor In th1s three act comedy Tom Alsdale P1185 George Vlelleux the glrl shy college youth and Oke Strmson the wise cracklng Gods glft to women aptly lmpersonated by San1 Mlller had the hero roles I'he1 leadmg adnes wer Vrrglnn Rldenour the wealthy Barbara Sanford who became engaged to the glrl shy Tom und r unusual c1r cumstances and Emma Lov1nger Oke s g1r of the moment as Peaches Carter Stars of last yea s class play John Stevens and Ne 11 Archer 1v1th thexr roles as a super sensxtrve college poet and Tom Arsoales father not 1 approved of Sylvla 4Leah Meeksl On dxs toverlng that xt took more than a fathers anproval to wn h1s son Sylvla found the at tentlons of a poet rather flattering P1111 Stull the hard guy encountered dlff1CU1f16S when he kldnapped her lnstead of Annabel Kelly who had forgotten thelr old affe-ct1on m her would be actress ambxtxons Dhllng thlS exc1tement the youthf'l mlnded Aunt Carollne and Dean of the college Ma ran Schmxdt and Mark Tattan were haung a romance all then' own Dor1s Bateman as a negro rnformed them quxte emphatlcally that sne was V10 servant she was a washlady Of course the endvng of the p"1y was very sat sfylng wrth no one notlteably grrl shy 5.1- uuuunununnun: I Annie nu:- . . - - u u ' n luulullllluuuunnsu uunuunnnun :nunnnununuuu f W ,1'iyl,'! MW ' ' - 'W , i . - .1 , ' 1 I I V '.,.L:,,, . 1, 1.4 , , ff' S in , 1 1 " .1 f l ., . I , - 1 . 1 1 - o 1 ' , , 1 1 1 I 1 5- ' 1 -. . . . r nun Ou...- . . D - Q - 1. '. 11 - -1 1 1 1 9' . . - 3 .' - ' ' . . ' 1 - 1 , ' . .N . H , . ,, . . 1 1 - 1 . , i n . I . Q lx . . . . , . . .. . 1. - , v ' - fu ' - , V . . . . ' 1. ' v . 1 , . , , . . , . . -.' . , 1 ' - . . - - . -1 . , . r , . - .F , , , . . 1 -- , , . . , , - ' - .. 11 - - 1 - 1 1 . 1. , , ' . , - 1 - - ' 'Q . . . Q' . 1 1 1 - 1 '. . 4 ' - 1 , ' - . me PIONEER B H 19 3 5 MUMMY AND THE MUMPS When S1r Hector Flsh VlS1tS a g1rls boardmg school as a mummy because of dxffl cultles mth the mspectors on er hxs mumps and arrues at the school w1th swollen 1aws to fmd the gxrls havent gone humorous compl1cat1ons arlse Th1s happened rn the Junlor play Mummy and the Mumps a three act comedy g1ven on May 4 CAST OF CHARACTERS Jean Wmter Snr Hector Flsh Francls Briscoe W11l1am Laldlaw James Stammon Perklns Anna. Hampton Maude Mullen Agatha Laldlaw Phoebe Beebe Klrkwood Col11ns Eugene Morrow Norms Hanford lRackerJ Howard Meeks W1lfred Dan1els Marabeth Paul Ada Mae Barnum Verna Youngflj W DORMITORY Ih s year the dormxtory has b n under the manage nent of Mr and Mrs Fred Maddlck who have both glven the1r full t1mc to make a pleasant home for thc students xx ho l1ve there They took ox er the bu1ld1ng n August nd spent that month dl clean ng and repal work September saw the dorm1tory begm the school year w1th exght students and wxth 1 staff conslstxng of Mr and Mrs Maddm k ln charge Ol the students and Mrs Josephme Anderson 1n charge of the cookmg The few rules of th house are bas d on the Idea that students can do their best v ork rf they keep regular mours Conseq xentw students are asked to be 1n at elght oclock. on school mghts and 11 hts are out at ten o clock Allowance IS always made for speclal 0CC8SlOl'1b ol any kmd from practlces for school actlvltxes to attendlng motlon pxctures The student who keeps hls school work up o standard xs of course entltleu to more prlv leges than the one who IS low and needs to pend more tlme tudymg The oally schedule llows maxlmum tune for play and work At seven oclock the usmg bell rxngs and at 7 30 breakfast IS sern ed Lunch IS served at 12 0a and dlnner at 6 oclock Study hours are from 8 to 10 o lock One boy and one g1rl each week aaSlSf xx 1th the servlng and clearmg o tables Plenty of well cooked wholesome food IS served The students make candy often on Frxday and Saturd y mghts and play pmg pong nd other games durmg wmter evenmes Bzrthdays are recovnlzed as speclal occasxons and a olrthday cake wxth candles and xlmnmgs honors the eullty person Students who have llved at the dormxtory th1s year are Or1a Nottmgham Robert Buck Orvllle Kelley Nome Lynch Hazel Armstrong Ruby Lynch Jean Florence and Lucxlle Hanford Betty Jean Dammros Dorothv Stellmon and Jarvls Pearce 56- lllllllllllllllllllll . un- .1 F. . . 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V 'Y ., - s . 1 9 3 5 B H THEPIONEER HIGH SCHOOL VAUDEVILLE Instead of the custon-ary one act plays a vaudevrlle of hrgh school and local talent was grven on March 14 and 15 under mr dnectron of MISS Alrce McCollum and sponsored by the rnusrc department and the speech class The entrre proceeds from the large audr ences wen tr the Fort Benton swrmmrnrf pool fund In order to account for the varrety of entertainment easrly famrlrar radro tars and programs were rmrtated s lf the audlfnc were at a brofrdcastlng sta ron Ea h pro Gram was rntloduced by statron announ er Neal Archer The three Jazz orchestras of Rudy Vallee Ben Bernr and Cab Calloway were rm nersonated by orchestras avrth Sam Mrlltr as Rudy Vallee and Ben Bernre and Levvs Sw age as C h Calloway Among the ot re radro stars were Ma k Tattar as Walter Wrnchell John Stevens as the Vorce of Experr nce and Joe Penner and hrs duck by Royal Morrrson A feature of the March of Trm program was tre rmnersonatron o members of the faculty by hrgh school students Another of the programs popular wrth the crowd was Amateur Nrght Thrs con sted of dralogues dancing and srngrng Talent prov ded by otner people r.ons.sted of folk songs by Mrs W R Hagre Mrs Leonard Morrow Mrs T B VanHorn and Mr Wm Anderson THESPIANS Wrth the performance of the Sen or class play Grrl Shy at an end several stud Annabel Kelly Sam Mrller Marron Sc rmrdt and Daphne DeBru1n The old members are Dor1s Bateman Neal Archer Beatrlce Chappell and John Stevens Trns sprrng the Thesprans re o anrzed and at a neet ng elected Annabel K lly presldent Neal Archer Jrce presrdent and Beatrrce Chappell secretary treasurer A rangements were made for an lnrtratron 'md banquet whrcn was held Marcn 26 Dues were pald and prns were ordered for all the new members The manuals ar rrved last fall The Thespran Socrety now consrsts of a group of ten students vrho happen to be all semors The Junror play however has made other students elrgrblc EXCERPTS FROM SENIORS DIARIES fCont1nued from page 211 Daphne DeBru1n-October 29 1934 I 'iont know why rt s but at the end of every srx week pcrrocr I suddenly become so popular I have an rnklrng rt s the desrre for my speech notes Alfred Stevens-March 29 1935 I always thought about all the drfor had to do was boss the res. but all I hear now rs Alfred drd you do thrs'J Alfred rt ls up to you to see x0 that etc Wlarvrn helson December 10 1934 We re m the dance orchestra b rsrne s nov Every Saturday nrght for about a month now we have been dated up Emrly Frrdmanskr March 21 1935 R1 ht rn style novt I got som new peeks and do I look ophrs rcated' I thrnk o and I ve heard others say the same George helleux-Septembe 10 1934 It sure rs hecklsh to be the youn e t rn the famrly I get all th work to do all the blame and all the pestermg Francrs 0 Hara-September 5 1934 Snrce I have Coach for two subj cts I guess I had bett r trv and get rn good wrtr hrm If I were a grrl I thrnk rt would be nruth easrer Haflbef-ll Kelly February 23 1935 rat Drshrct Tournamentl I Wonder lf Ge01'8e cares for m any more He drd not como over and see me to dav He savs Coach made the team rest all afte noon b rt Coach would not be that cruel .17 llllllllllllllllllll . : F S lui . . U H ' ' ll ,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,, ulonlnnnullnluuuluu lullulllaouununllun , 4 ' I' 1 I ' r- 1 ' I h J 1 l . . . . . v ' I ' y 3 - ' ' ' ir ' . ': -3 . : t' . -2 - U D U A 5 .3 ' . . ' ' w Q - D , . ' , - . , rv 'A 4 - , 5 , I 1' f ' Y' 1 1, . . L. ' 'S . , C ' ' . '. e ' , . E ' ' f ' ' . 1 ' . ' - si ' , , . t . . , . . . - s . 1 . I--I-..llllll . , - ents became eligible to jo1n the Thesplan Socrety. Those who entered were Leah Meeks. , , A L ' . . 1 1 Y A ' ' ' ' Q ' - rg ' , 1 i e , ' : , " - U A' : ' , - '. r- F ' . ' , , , ' ' . ' . """O...... I , . . ' ' i. - . ' - I ' ' l - M y - . A ' . 4. -n . ' - 1- ' ' ' ' . k 1 yn l D ' . - , , , . - 2 ,. 5. ,h V . 'S ' Y ' -3 5 . s' ' t' ' S v y 'K . 7' ' 1- A , . L . gif ' ' . e , , . 'e ' 1 A . .r ' ' ' vu - . ' I . ' ' ' ' e . ' , - 1 - , . , K ' X- v , - - 9 ' . THE PIONEER B H 1 9 3 Set Oc NOV Dec JHI1 4 5 SCHOOL CALENDAR School opened F B H S vs Great Falls prac'1ce game Freshmen Inltxatxon Football game at Power post poned Home Economlcs Club party Smxl 1 g Bob Brlggs the Car toonlst Be vs FB H S atFort Benton Freshman party F B H S vs Havre at Havre F B H S vs Conlad Great Falls Reserves at Fort Benton shlp game Jane Dudley v1ol1n1st B1g Sandy at Fort Benton Senlor play G1rl Shy Inter class basketball tourna ment Russrl T lx ulle the Cave Man Thanksglvlng xacatlon Sorrell and Son sponsored by Home Economlcs Club Sophomore party Basketb ll Cascad at Fort Benton Power at Power MUSIC Festlval Hlghwood at Hzghwood Gleat Falls 'Reserves at Fort Benton Christmas vatatlon Belt at Fort Benton Dutton at Dutton Brg Sandy at Fort Benton Centerulle at Centervllle Jan F6 Mar Aprll May Belt at Belt Harlem at Fort Benton Chouteau County Basketball Tournament Extemporaneous S p e a k 1 n g Seml frnals Centenxlle at Fort Benton New York Harlemltes Blg Sandy at 131g Sandy Dutton at Fort Benton Povxer at For' Benton Declamatlon and Extempor aneous Speak ng Contest bo-ed Prom Hxghwood at Fort Benton Cascade at Cascade Great Falls Fort Shaw at Fort Benton Great Falls Fxeshmen Intra mural Basketball Tour nament Grade Basketball Tourna men 15 Vaudeulle sponsored b 17 Speech class Home Economlcs Club dance Brownes Metropolltan Jub1 lee Slngers D1StTlCt Scholarshlp Contest B Club Mmnstrel State Scholarshxp Contest Bozeman E Stanley Brooks Austrahan Actor Junlor Play Mummy and the Mumps Musxc Festxval at Havre Track Meet at Mxssoula JUUIOI Prom - - 2iIIIZEZIIIiI.IZIst.. 2 p . . . 18 . 15 ...., I 19 . .' . 25-26 20 ' A ' . . 22 . - 30 ' t. 3 ' . b. 1 " . 6 ' i 1 ' - 2 ' ' . ' . 8 ' ' . 13 lt ..... 9 ' . . 12 ' ., . 19 . 13 ' ' - 20 ..... . ' i ' . 27 ..... ' . 14 7 . . 3 , 15 ' A . . 16 . . 10 Shelby at Shelbyg champion- 21-22-23 Sub-District Tournament at 12 , ' ' ' . 28 . 17 ' . . 2 2 ' . 22-23 ' , 'L ' 5-6 - - 26-27 - , - . . 8-9 .. - 27 f , 1-3 " , t. . 14- " y 29 ' ' f ' . . . 4-. " , 1 ' 5 ' . . ' . 12 L, " ' '- 7 . . ' . 14 a Z 13 ' ' ' . . 15 ' . 15 ' ' . 25-26 . ' - 16 . ' ' , . 20 - ' 1 ' . 29 . , ' 21 ' , , , . V . . 2-3 ' , " . 4 . 11 .' ' . 5 . . l5-16- ' ' . . 11 A , 17 ' ' . 12 ' ' , ..58... , 9 3 5 B H THEPIONEER MANUAL TRAINING DEPARTMENT The manual training classes this year had as many students as there were benches nd many xc-ry excellent proJects were comp eted Most of the better projects were made of black walnut which is C1a.SSlf18d as the most beautiful mood that grows Exhibits on three different occas ons were given for the benefit of the public so mey could view the class work The manual training booth at the Chouteau County Falr CXh1blE8d the best projects made last yea During the teachers convention in Great l-alls last October several schools offering 'nanual training were asked to bring their best yrojects and put them on display About twenty of the best pieces completed up to that time were taken ln a truck to Great alls and arranged for display in a store window other exhibitors Another exhibit was put on at the Womans Club Art Festival in March A total or 28 projects were arranged and the display drew many favorable comments from the spectators on the type and quality of workmanship SCIENCE The Science department includes ffeneral science biologi chemist y and phyics which is taught every other year Enrollments in these classes for th past year totaled 92 The department which is very wel' equipped consists of a large laboratory and a Hass room The biology class for the past few years has been collecting animals during fleld trips fseveral of which are taken in the fall and also in the sp ing! and later preservinv mem Although these field trips are not taken by the general science class rhey study lotany ach spring and make plant note books In both sciences special projects are taken p on any topic related to science and special ourses of studv a e pursued Each of these interesting classes has in all seven periods a week and ls conducted by Miss Van Oosten The chemistry course conducted by M Midgett IS very interesting and educational or those who really desire to learn It is lot only a great aid in securing a Job but is more worthwhile than any other subject In helplng solxe the everyday problems of life To include chemistry as a means of securing one of the two science credits equlred to graduate would be a very good idea for all high school students D9 ' .....F'...... , si E lm:- ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:: nununuunuunnu uununnunuun gg ' ' ' ' . . 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S. might not have nad the best exhibit, it was ranked high among the ""0..... me PIONEER B H ' 9 3 5 STATE SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST Four delegates represented Fort Benton Hxgh School at the State Scholarship con test at Bozeman durmg the Hlgh School Week held by the Montana State College on Apr1l 25 26 and 27 John Ames and Mlldred Longfellow were el1g1ble for thls contest by placmg fxrst 1n the Great Falls SCh013,StlC contest on Aprll 13 whlle Harold Bateman and Beatrlce Cnappell were sent as addltlonal representatlves These students wrote 1n the tollowmg subjects John Ames-chemxstry and physxcs Mlldred Longfellow bl0l0gy and home economxcs II Harold Bateman manual tralnmg and bookkeeping Beatrice Chap pell-current hxstory Umted States history and llterature NORTHWEST ASSEMBLIES PROGRAM In the early months of the school year a C0mmltt66 campalgned the town sellmg tlckets for the Lyceum course sponsored by the musxc department There were two chlef objectrves one was to ra1se funds for lnstruments and varlous other expenses the other was to provlde a really worth whlle entertamment for the tomm people as well as the students The flrst program of the SCYICS was presented October 9 with an entertamment by Bob Brxggs the cartoomst and lmpersonator He held the attentlon of the audience by rapldly draw1ng p1ctu1 es and scenes whl h he followed up wlth several clever xmpersona tlons not 1n costume He accompamed h1s dramngs wxth humorous readmgs The second one came w1th an entertamment of the well known vlolxmst Jane Dud ley who entertamed the audlenoe wlth a variety of classlcal and folk song muslc The next performance was a lecture by Dr Russell Neville who rllustrated h1S explanamons wlth fllms of VEYIOUS caves all over the Unlted States He descrlbed many of hrs experlences and revealed that ne had been a close frxend of Floyd Colllns another cave explorer who dled a few years ago whlle trapped ln one of these natural tunnels The fourth was the Brownes Jubxlee Slngers composed of four negroes and the1r accompamst They also prov1ded an mterestmg evemng The concludxng presentatxon was held Aprll 29 when E Stanley Brookes took the and gave an lnterestlng 1mpersonat1on of Engllshmen especlally those characters found ln Dlckens novels The Old schoolmaster ln Nlckolas Nlckleby was the object of an 1mpersonat1on as well as several characters from Davld Copperfleld These were especlally mterestmg smce the fxlm was belng presented at that tlme at the theatre 1n Fort Benton For next year the muslc department has arranged for a sxx number lyceum course 'O SPRING ATHLETICS 4Cont1nued from page 443 Pole Vault Vrelleux Sr lst H Culbertson Sr 2nd Bradley S 3rd Archer Sr and Schoonover Jr t1e for 4th Hexght 83 Mlle Run Archer Sr lst Vlelleux Sr 2nd Elllott F 3rd H Small Sr 4th D Small S 5th Tlme 5 24 2 5 sec Hlgh Jump-Barkhoefer Sr lst B Lang Jr and R Morrlson F t1e for 2nd R Lang S 4th J Wxllett Jr 5th Hexght 53 220 Yd Dash B Lang Jr lst Archer Sr 2nd Schoonover Jr 3rd C Culbertson F 4th Tattan Sr 5th Tlme 25 sec D1scus Throw-Johnson S lst Benton Jr 2nd Hanford Jr 3rd H Culbertson Sr 4th Archer Sr 5th Dlstance 7111 Mxle Relay-Semors lst Jumors 2nd Sophomores 3rd Txme 4 07 2 5 sec Sen1or team H Small Archer Vlelleux Tattan After the class meet was over Coach Mldgett pxcked a squad to pw-actlce twlce a week On Aprll 27 this team traveled to Havre to partrclpate 1n an mvltatlonal track meet F B H S gathered 1314 polnts wnen Neal Archer took two thlrds the 'mln and half mlle Dlck Benton took th1rd ln the Javelm Ted Barkhoefer second ln the hlgh Jump and George Vlelleux tred for thxrd place 111 the pole vault Those makmg the trxp to Havre were Harry Culbertson Neal Archer George Vlelleux Phxl Schoonover Ben Lang Dlck Benton Emxl Johnson Ted Barkhoefer August Bateman and Mark Tattan At thls time It IS expected that the F B H S track team w1ll attend the Great Falls Relay Carnlval on May 11 1601 .:!lIlIllllllllilllilllll . - F. . . 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A 7 . 3 A . , ' u ' ' 1 I ' , y ., - . . y , - 7 ' 9 3 5 B H THE PIONEER DISTRICT SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST With Great Falls in the District Scholastic Contest held there on April 13 over four ants 'hnteen placed John Ames Mildred Lonfffellovu Harold Bateman and Beatrict Chappell were sent to Bozeman fo the state contest Contestant John Ames Beatrice Chappell 'VI'1ry Stevens Alfred Stevens John Stew. ens Vlildred Lonvfellow Annabel Kelly Helen D Jackson Betty Morrow Margaret Kelly Vrrgrnrr Ridenotu Lillian Taylor Mina Nottingham Rose Taylor Daphne Roddy Gertrude Wharr lm Selma Jahnke Kirkwood Collins Jean Frrelds Helen Gessaman Betsy Ross Irene Breault Morris Moe Francis Robinson Harolo Bateman Verna Young Raymond Long Grace Woods Subject Chemistry Physics Algebra Geometry United States history Current history United States history Literature Chemistry English I World histor Geometry Bookkeeping Chemistry Current history Biology Home economics World history Literature Literature Shorthand Shorthand Shorthand Typing II Typing II General science Peme economics I Home economics I Alffebra English I English I Bioloffjv Chemistry Curr ent history Lnited States history Latin II Latin II Home economics II Geometry General science Bookkeeping Typing I Algebra United States history Shorthand I Typing I -61- Result First Tie for first Third Tre for second Fourth Tie for fifth F11 st First Tie for fourth Fourtn Fourth Fourth Tie for third Third Third Tie for second Tie for fifth I F. . . S. E 1, .... ......................... ..- hundrsd students participated in this event. Of the twenty-eight Fort Benton contest . . ' ' y ' A 1 I n ' ,'.' . I . .. II . . .c , Q H . . cv, Q . U 4 u . D Y me PIONEER B H 9 3 5 HONOR ROLLS Names are arranged accordmg to the number of tunes th w haxe appeared on the we honor ro IS wh1ch had been publ1shed when the P1oneer w nt to press H1gh nonors requxre three A s and no grade below B Honors requxre three Bs and no grade below C HIGH HONORS Three tlmes DIXIE McCaulay Beatrice Chappell Irene Breault Two tlmes Mlna Nottlngham Grace Woods John Ames Mary Stevens Ruth Morrow Helen Gessaman Daphne Roddy FIRST SEMESTER Georlna Colhns Harold Bateman Dorls Bateman Alfred Stevens Rose Taylor Margaret Lembke Verna Young Mane Lembke James Ames Helen D Jackson Ruth Hazen V1rg1n1a Rldenour ong ellow 1'wo tlmes lW M 5 41" Betsy Ross Betsy Ross Betty Morrovltf 1' f' HONORS Three tunes Haz l Armstrong Harry Culbertson Daphne DeBru1n Myrtle Elllott WIHHIE Gordon Certrude Wharram L1ll1an Taylor Annabel Kelly HIGH HONORS 'lvuo tlmes Mary Stevens Mlldred Longfellow Grace Woods I ene Breault DIXIE McCaulay Mxldred MPKIHIHY One time John Ames Helen Gessaman M1na Notbngham Beatr1oe Chappell Dor1s Bateman Daphne Roddy Betty Morrow HONORS 'lwo times Hazel Armstrong Selma Jahnke Ruth Morrow Daphne DeBru1n FOURTH f!g'ranc1s Roblnson Regmald Rody Mark Kaulbach Bessle Koger John Retzlaff Dorothy Embleton Raymond Castor Ross Bennett Marabeth Paul Raymond Long Mary Jane Brust AND FIFTH SIX WEEKS Leah Meeks Ross Bennett Myrtle Elhott Wmnle Gordon Ruth Hazen Annabel Kelly Raymond Long Alfred Stevens Rose Taylor Margaret Lembke Mane Lembke Betsy Ross Llllxan Taylor Seena Woodcock Verna Young Gert .xde Wharram Betty Koch One tune John Ames Helen Gessaman Mma Nottingham Beatrlce Chappell -62- .41 One tune Mary Stevens Phxhp Stull Daphne Roady Mlldred McK1nlay Mxldred Longfellow Jul1a Bateman Orma Mosler Jean Hanford Inez Bradley Margaret Walter Leah Meeks Grace Woods Ruth Morrow John Stevens Leslle Taylor Norman Jackson Plerre Peres Eugene Mo row Mlna Nottmgham John Ames KlTkWOOd Collms Albert Bokovoy Howard Meeks Nlark Tattan Dons Bateman Daphne Roddy Betty Morrow Harry Culbertson Jean Hanford Georgxa Colllns Bessle Koger M Jane Prldeaux 3 f L, Aaltje DeBru1n Ruby Lynch V1rg1n1a Rldenour Harold Bateman FTRDCIS Roblnson Mark Tattan Loulse Morrow James Ames Albert Bokovoy Klrkwood Colllns Emma Lovlnger Anna Manley Augusta Nordhues George Vlelleux ' u ' Betty Koch Stanley Cronkhite ' re N . . - ' ' : On . 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