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

 - Class of 1938

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General Course F A FREDERICK A JAHNIKE General Course Track 3 4 B Club 3 4 Football 3 4 Yankee Klng 4 Droneer Staff 4 Grow ng Pams 3 Varslty Basketball 4 Intramural Basketball CHARLES CL LBERTSOIN G neral Course Baseball 1 Track 2 3 4 Football 3 4 One Act Plays 4 Intramural Basketball VICTOR ELLIOTT General Course Track 2 3 4 Club 2 3 Booster Club 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Varslty Basketball 4 Intramural Basketball 1 23 GWENDOLYNT ARCHER General Course Basketball 1 2 nd 1 2 3 One Act Plays 4 Home Ec Club12 3 4 DOROTHY EWIBLETOW General Course Yankee King 4 One Act Plays 4 Poneer Staff 4 Home Ec Club 1 2 3 Edltor of News Notes 4 Dlstrlct Scholarshlp 1 JESSAWIIWE GARDNER General Course One Act Plays Ploneer Staff 4 Home Ec Club 1 2 Pxoneer Staff 4 BETTY KOCH Commerclal Course Basketball 1 Yankee Kxng 4 One Act Plays 4 Ploneer Staff 4 Growlng Palns 3 Home Ec Club 1 2 D1StT1Cf Scholarshlp 3 IRVEN HUNTER General Course Basketball 3 News Notes 4 Orch stra 3 4 ROY HLWIPHREY General Coulse Basketball 2 Gromng Paxns 3 Sen1o1 Stunt 4 1938 BH DOY G SCI-INIIDT General Course Band 2 3 4 Thesplans 3 4 Club 2 3 Yankee Klng 4 Football 2 3 4 Growlng Pams 3 Booster Club 3 Pres Varslty Basketball 2 3 LESLIE TAYLOR General Course B Club 4 Band 1 2 Vlce Presldent 4 Growlng Pams Varsx y Basketball 3 WORM AN JACKSONT Scxentlflc Course Vaudevllle 1 Orchestra 1 2 Booster Club 3 4 Class Presldent 3 Poneer Staff 4 B nd 1 2 3 4 FRANCIS ROBINSON Sc1ent1f1c Course Thesplans 4 Yankee Kmg 4 Class Presldent 1 Ploneer Staff 4 Growing Palns 3 B nd 2 3 4 Booster Club 3 4 JOHN KELL1 General Course Baseball 1 Thesplans 4 One Act Plays 4 Growlng Pams 3 The Yankee Klne 4 4 4 Intramural Basketball 12 3 NIILDRED 'VICKINILAI General Course Thesplans 4 State Band 3 4 P1oneer Staff 4 Booster Club 3 4 State Scholarshlp 4 Class Offlcer 1 3 4 Band Orchestra 2 3 4 Home EC Club 1 2 3 4 Jr Sr Plays 3 4 DAPHNE RODDY General Course Home Ec Club 3 Yankee Kmg 4 Ploneer Staff 4 Mxxed Chorus 1 2 State Scholarship Romanl Hodxe nl' 2 3 4 Ds rxct Scholarsh1p 1 2 3 Class Secretary 8x Txeas urer 4 FLORENCE B HANFORD General Course Thesplan 4 B nd 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 G uwm Pa1ns 3 Home EC Club Asst Edltor of Ploneer WIINA NOTTINGHAM General Course One Act Plays Growlng Paxns Pmneer Staff 4 Booster Club 3 Class Secretary Thesplans 4 1Pres1dentl Q Dlstr ct Scholarshlp 1 2 Home Ee Club 1 2 3 453 SHIRLEY C45 1'OR Preparatory Course One Act Plays 4 Romam HOdl6lD1 2 3 4 11 If 1 F. . .S. lml K Y ,. v : A ' ..B,, 4 .. - H , , Y l . , . .n U 1 y 3 my vi ' . iq A ' " I ,VI .. - A H 3 - Y J ' 4 . . . 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H.s. f-1 1938 l l JUNIOR CLASS Back row Frank Culbertson Vern Cronkhxte Red ORelly Joe Bear Vonley Cox Lewls Neyland Bob Koepp Donald Cronkhlte S cond row John Flshbaugh B1lly Vlsch r Sam Owens Rchard Brown Keith Gordon Ray Fenton Bernadlne Uptm r Ethel Collns Bermc Moe Dorme Stevenson Margaret Lewxs Donald Young Ell s Chaney Jack Chappell Bobby Nelson Ladde Johnson Donald Kurth Charles Elllott Vern Moe Front row Irene Roudebush Verna Drewlske Norma Jones W1lla Jean Galbranh Ehnor Schmldt Maurxen Ledgerwood Dorothy Manley Grace Marty Mary Emble ton Lorrame La Ronde Dorothea Dickens Dorls Nelson Vlolet Llppert Jean Jones I..1ll1an Steinbacher Vlrglnla Murray Betty Woodcock Not m plcture Betty Johnson Alma Myers P CLASS OFFICERS V1ce Presldent Kelth Gordon Secretary Treasurer Elmor Schmldt Sponsor Mm Claris Brown 14- , , . Q b . . . Q z . . . , . , . . . , M , ' S . i , ' e , ' . ' , . i , , . i . . . Y - , Y - , . ' 1 I y . - . ' y 2 , . President ,, ,....,,...,,,,,, ...,.. .,,,,.. , , ,,.F'rank Culbertson 1938 -1 B H HISTORY UF JUNIOR CLASS UF 1938 We are a merry bulldmg unron crew and for three short years we have been constructlng a dwellrng house Our flrst head carpenter Martm by name helped us get ou marerxal ready for our fram work under the guldance of Mr Borchers We had a few dlfflcultles at flrst for mstance when our crew would not work together unt1l those observmg semors took thmgs rnto then hands and made us mxx at a housewarm mg Havlng good luck except for a few strlkes and s veral mcorrect plans we left our Jobs for the spung and summer of 1936 and wen elsewhere to rest our Weary selves We began bulldlng agaln ln the fall of 1936-th1s tlme chooslng Keith Gordon as h ad carp nter Mr Hess agreed to be our boss and to keep us from bulldmg wrong or at a loss There were flfty elght members ln our unxon and It took a lot of cooperation to get all those Walls up wlthout one mlshap The walls nearly dxd fall down on a November nlght though because the sophomore party lasted so long but so much pep was d rlved at the party that we made extra progress the followmg week Why ou bulldmg was really begmnlng to look lxke somethlng The ground floors were already f11led but we had to have more boarders s we outllned and flled wlth Mr Hage our progresslve xdeas for next year and adJourned rn the Spflng of 1937 September came only too soon but We plcked up our hammers and saws and were back searchmg for the threads of our former plans This year Frank Culbertson was head carpenter and Mlss Clarls Brown was our boss Thes two leaders helped us look back over those other two years and we saw a lot of mlstakes and places tha were left yawnxng and vacant and roughly flnrshed We hav one year lef to comple e our dw ll1ng and we have already added our second floor by sweep ng up the shavlngs and charglng for a Junlor housewarmlng fproml and a play deplctxng some of our members We need a roof yet and we are golnfr to leave a lot of plaln walls so that 1f ever the need comes we can burld on and expand for extra boarders In God we trust to gne us the amb t n patlence and falth o bu ld on and on Abe Is that the moon r1s1ng over thereo here mvs lf Coach Zlle un geometry? What IS a mean p oportrorw Bob Bowker One that IS hard to work Never Judge a boys ab1l ty by the num ber of books he carrles They may be lon to some glrl N1t Hey 19 that a form flttm sweat er? W1t No rts a sweater flttln a form Youre fnst at las You re early of late You used to be behind before Not many boys are homeless but some are home less than others FIISU Ulrl What could be worse than a man wlthout a country, Second glrl A country wlthout a man A Frenchman was relatlng hrs exper1 ence of studying the Enghsh Language 1f I was qu ck I was fast that lf I was tred I was fast that lf I spent too freely I was fast and not to eat was to fast I was dxscouraged But when I came across e senten e The flrst one won one one dollar prlze I gave up trying to learn e Engllsh Language Frs boy Funny amt lt" Second boy What? FITSI boy How many people there are ln the world who ant l1ke me at all 'md yet are satrsfled wlth themselves Hess llookrng mto the rrverr What makes the water so shallowf' Daphne Id say because the bottom of the rlver IS so close to the top Bob Martm iplaylng drumsl Im the fastest guy here tonlght El1nor S irather embarrassedl Why what do you mean Bob'-' Bob Martm Tlme fhes doesnt 1t'P Well I beat txme F. . .S. " 7 ' 1 - 0 .S x' ' . e ' v . . . J ' , ' ' ' - .' A- D :I I ' Q . ' 4 . Y '- , l . I . 9 , - ' , v ' ' . e : t ' I I D I U D ', G 'fy ' ' M I I .v , t I . -if-zzz: P 1:22-Al Sam: I don't know. I'm a stranger He said: "When I first discovered that N -:P:- T : ' ' : l ' th c : ' -:Pai th ' ' ' 'jk' 1 - i:P :-- ' . ' - L t : ' ' ' . g ' . h I . --:P:-- Z . 2 V .x . . . , - - i . . . I ' . . V . . . I ,-:PZ -X-IPI-Y' ' ' ' Z ':P1-- " ' . 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A 1938 l l S OPH OM ORE CLASS Back row Gordon Rommger Bob Bowker Lyle Mlller John Baack Donald Rltter Vern McK1n1ay Charles Stovall Kenneth Schmxdt Tom Wharram Ben Calhson Walter Baack Norman Tacke RlChaTd Collins Second row J L Fox E11 Papan John Walker Everett Jaoobsen Wayne Whltehorn B111 Anderson George Hazen Al1ce Lang Yvonne Urton Bermce Small Wmn1e Young Ol ve Stevens Elsa Hagen Anne Nordhues Kenneth Enge Everett Beecher B111 Kelly Dxck Bateman Elmer Cox Charles Walker Front row Annabel Brl se Edna Bennett Maxlne Harris Isabel Nagengast Helen Blrkeland Nadme Llppert Florence W1llette Leona Swanson Edxth Culbertson Irene Bratz Esther Mayer Gladys Moe Gladys Conyers Rosemary Imbert Allce Calklns Annabelle Stanton Donna Wlllxs Natalle Wlllette Betty Morger Not rn pcture Irene Bokovoy Howard Bokovoy Orvllle Kelley Lxla Mae Wxllls Joe Weeks P CLASS OFFICERS Vlce Presldent Charles Stovall Secretary Treasurer Edna Bennett Sponsor Mr Adrxen Hess 18- 2 ' , . ' , . 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SOPHO MORE HISTORY In 1936 nead p1lot Vern McK1nlay and h1s lnvestlgatlng crew of 69 started out m thelr rocket shxp Experience towards that great planet Knowledge He was assxs ed by to D11Ot Lyle Mlller and hostess and treasurer Edna Bennett Sa1l1ng smoothly along for two weeks Exper1ence was suddenly drawn back by a taxlwmd whlch all but upset xt However th ship was strongly bullt and wlth the cooperatxon of the crew and pllots they were able to rxght the Shlp from the taxlwmd In1t1atxon Tlme passed swlftly by and the crew met the fxrst slzable planet on which they could land Aft r havxng successfully made a three pomt landing they clalmed the plan t In the name of ther group The Freshmen The pilots and the crew decided they should g1ve some klnd of a party for the l1lUBl'CStBd people of th D91ghb0l'lI1g planets To the astonishment of the natxves the crew and pllot demonstrated some of the latest dance st ps that had been learned on the planet Earth Fmally the crew bade a cheerful good bye at the end of a short stay and started on the next lap of thexr Journey af er promlslng to remember that f rst happy perlod of the fllght Befole 'eavlng how ver they took as thelr new radlo op rator Mr Hess 1n the place of Mr Borchers who declded to stop at the flrs Journeys end and record progress for establlsh mg a permanent freshman base They also changed co D110tS from Mlller to Stovall and left eleven of the1r members to help radlo operator Bor hers The veteran crew of th sh p Exp rence looked through the clouds and saw a new group pass safely through the same tfulwxnd and land on freshman base The Experxence sopped on one mor small planet and gave the lnhabltants an exh1b1t10n of the effect of moonllgh waltzes on the emotlons of the crew and pllots and on the Sh1pS Cqulllbflum The rocket shlp sped on but smce they were runn1ng short of supplles and the radlo operator re ported fog ahead Pxlot Vern McK1nlay was forced to land on planet Vacatlon fo xefuelxnff new supplles and a new crew Charles Henry Were you ever so hun Pe e Myers Well I always leave the table Ive go an ldea' Be good to lt its mn a s range place Mlss Buckland In what battle dld General Wolfe when hearlng the vlctory ry I dl ha py Bob Nelson I thmk lt was h1s last battle MISS Hag1e How would you punctuafe thls sen ence There goes a pretty glrll Johnnxe R I would make a dash after the glrl Mss Buckland Dorme translate this sentence Caesar slc dxcat on de curam equ se llctum Dorlne Caesar slcked the cat on the cur and I guess he hcked hxm Student Say pop how do you say people ln Latm'J Father I dont know son Student Popuh 1Po pu l1J Father How dare you tell your fath er hes ly1nU Sls How dd you cure yourself of ln fa Richard B Oh I left a lot of my school work undone and trled to stay awake at nlght to flDlSh xt Tom Wharram No glrl ever made a fo' of me Sls Tschache Then who did? Vllss Buckland Bobby will you run up the shad 'P Bobby Nelson What do you thmk I am monkey? Junlor Can you Sflng beans'J Senxor No but I can bull frogs and kld gloves Vern You look sweet enough to eat hhn r I do eat Where shall we go'P Roy H Mr Hagle Im mdebted to you for all I learned at hxgh school Mr Hagxe Thats all rxght It was a mere trlfle P Ethel Collms What an awful gash you have on your forehead Gordon R. Oh' next to nothmg next to nothmg l9-- y Ft . .s. " 1 ' - V v . v I ' ' . U l . - - .. - ,, .. ,. . , . 1 ' 1 v 1 ' - .. . ., - - , . . . D . . . . . , ,, , . I 2 . l Y V - . . . E , . - Y I ' , E ' ' g ' . ' l , e , e , . , . . 1 ff l ' ' ' I , C . - e . 1 .. el ., f . . 2 1 . . . .. . I .. ,. - ,, - .. . ., I. ' l D1 I ' f--:::: P ::::--f- gry that you ate everyzhing in sight? somnia. Z : , 2 , . ' 1: P 1- - ' ' ' ' . ' t ' . -IP 1-- . , . . L . ' 'T M L . ' -: P :--- 3. . y D g 1 I T: P :T . C .. -3 p A 2 ,v . , . . . 3. it P :--- , . ' ' : V iz P :- . r " ' ' .. ' . 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H.S. . . 1938 L , FRESHMAN CLASS Back row Wallace Morger Edgar Tacke Jack Anderson Don Adams Edward Nottmg ham Royal Archer Paul Murphy Bobby Martin Vlfgll Small Warren Halley I-Irlton Roudebush John Llppert Lou1s Russell Dean Ellxott Second row George Stevens Merle Gall Dudley James Eugene Ronnlng Amy Hanson Dorothy Worrall Agnes DeBru1n Ir ne Colby Nxna Koger Estella Drewxske Ellen Ames Dela Rae Carver Agnes Sten Anna Collms Emlly Meyers Arnam Wlley Bllly Schmldt Kenneth Mor ow John Rommger Lewey Lorenzen Sparky Kurth Front row Grafce Tschache Margaret Whte Carley McCaulay Myrtle Humphrey Annle Johnson Freda Wlgger Dorothy Johnson Marlan Bowker Ethel Kelley Leona Jackson Georglana Uptmor Lorene Sranahan Irene Schanche Marxam Newhall Amta Walker Lois Lewis Shxrley Young Mlldred Ray Not 1n p1cture Dolores H111 Robert Weeks CLASS OFFICERS Vlce Presxdent John Romlngel Secretary Wally Morger 'Treasurer Maman Bowker Sponsor Miss Harnet Glllesple 22 I Y ' Y , , ' '- 1 1 1 X . 9 ' ' 1 1 , , , . 1 ' . 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Lo u is Russell 1938 - B H FRESH IIAN HISTORY ls 'har any gold ln them thar 1111159 th ts what we uns wuz wonderm when we uns peered out yonder toward those Jagged peaks of hlgher lamm Ldd1cat1on We done went and fotched Lewle Russell and hlS pard John Romlnger to snoop we un cu a tra1l Reckon hke 1ll have to have some halp says Lewle so he whacked that no count Wally Morger with the butt of his gun and sez Effen yre so set on glvln thls yere Job tme gxt me one of them thar handsum Wlmmln folk to do the work fer m One of our km fok up an spoke says he Glt that f1ddl1n clty gal whats got tha hlgn tond handle-G11 les py So we got Ourn start that a Way Oh the Semors and thelr km tthey wuz reckless mountm mm! and we bumped nght up agln em when we started cllmbm them thar hxlls So we saxd Ef yer set n f1r1n on we uns usnsl feudt out Wlth ya' That clty gal she shore knofwd how to rut ther dander up By cracky we clumb that thar Stunt and Kodak Mountm and clumb down tother Slde with ar flrst hunk of gold which we uns toted ta ourn shack n throwd xt down n sez Georglanna you all keep thet gold n fotch lt to we uns when we uns wants lt Bout thls time we uns all got tard of them thar feudln clans so we uns up and s L you uns come down h5ar cause we calnt kim up thyar So the Semors n ther km they all dxd klm n SXSlIlg ther partners n sashayd hyar and thyar Yuh km be thet ther wuz a bllm hot shmdlg n we uns mos sashayd the soles offen ourn shoes But them thar Semors warnt S3SSlf16d n they orderd us uns to glt a hull lot o thxs yere stun what makes stones whlte ihke yer wlmmms facesl n tote it up the mountm n k1ver ther B mark wld lt n g1t ther B l1t up We uns dld n sarv d them buns n weeners Them reckles Senxol men dxd reckon we uns wuz a up n comm sos they started ln a runnm n left ther claim to usns N thet wuz the end of thet thar feud Quest on What does 1 n s e p e r a b l e spell'P Answer Roy and Natalle A freshman do s not know and knows that h does not know sophamor does not know but does no know that he does not know junor knows but does not knov a he knows senlor knows knows that he knows and wants everybody else to know that he knows Mr Whorlow What IS ra sed ln cour tu s that have wet climates? Edgar Schultz Umbrellas In days of old when knights were bold And wore those sults of tm We wonder what the heck they dld When bugs and ants sneaked ln They couldnt play cards on Noahs ark b cause Noah sat on the deck He mamtams that the three great menaces to safe d1'1Y1Ilg mn the world to day are hlke hxc and hug He I like a girl who can take a Joke She Then you stand a chance of b mg accepted Freshman Where do the hghts go when they go out? Football hero Mother baby has swallowed one of my letters Mother Oh well mush lS good fox chlldren Mss Buckland What else do you know about Benedlct Arnold? Red OR,ex1ly Well just before he dled he called for hxs old Unxon su1t We have heard that the reason women lxe longer than men IS because pamt IS a good preservatlve Olne Do you llke tea? Prank The next letter ln the alphabet would su1t me better N1t Well did you recene any sur pr.se presents for your b1rthday'P Wxt Yes rather I got a book from Bll that I lent you last year F. . .S. P. 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B. . . 1938 J FOOTBALL Back row Mr Hess asst coach Ellls Chaney Frank Culbertson John Baack John Fxshbaugh Kenneth Schmldt V1c E111o t Mr Zxle coach Second row Royal Archer Hllton Roudebush Bob Koepp Red ORelly Stub Long Logan Hazen Donald Kurth Front row Charles Culb rtson Edgar Schultz Vern McKinlay Royal Morrlson Don Schmxdt Frxtz Jahnke Kerth Gordon Charles Stovall Not In plcture Joe Weeks Wow' what a stlck breakmg season thxs IS go ng to be was what Coach Zlle was heard to say after the fu'st outsld game of the season at Dutton It was before school started ln Fort Benton and many of the boys werent ln tralning The second gam held up to Zles expectatxons wlth the Great Falls Reserves lead1ng the scormg by srx points at the end of the game After the talk the coach gave the boys Jus' before the Conrad game the boys waltzed through to a vlctory of 36 to 6 After takmg Belt and Blg Sandy the Longhorns were all set for the dlstrlct champxonshlp to make them dlstrxc champwns but the Shelby boys were also set to take the Ch3mp10l1Sh1D The teams clashed at Shelby on AYmlStlC6 Day November 11 and Shelby won mth a score of 25 to 7 Where Played Dutton Great Falls Fort Benton Fort Benton Great Falls Shelby Total 261 Opponents Dutton G F Reserves Belt Bug Sandy G F' Freshmen Shelby Opponents Score --:::: P xml- Conrad s,s,,,,,,,,.o,,,,,,,,,,,t...,t..,.., F. B. H.- S. 36 Conrad ..,,,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,.,.....,... 6 ,,,,,,, ,...,,,,,.,........... F . B. H. S. 7 ,.,,..,,,,.,,,,.,,,,.,,.,.,,..., .. 25 1938 F. B. H, S lm: VARSITY BASKETBALL of Standmg John Fxshbaugh manager Mr Hess asst coach Ke1t,h Gordon Francis ORle1lly Vonley Cox John Baack Edgar Schultz Donald Kurth Vlc Elllott Mr Zxle coach Seated Donald Rltter Leslle Taylor Frank Culbertson Royal MOITISOD captaln Frede 1Ck Jahnke Donald Schm1dt Vern McK1nlay BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Date Opponent Opp Where c H ghwood there Harlem Centervllle Geyser F rt Shaw 11 Bw Sandy Geraldlne H ghwood Gr at Falls Reserxes Geraldme Centervllle Belt Fe Belt Fo t Shaw Harlem Chxnook Great Falls Bg Sandy Reserw es 27 here there here the e thel e here here there there he e here there here there there here here ' V ,' I e 1 . - 'Z -111211 P IZII- - F.B. . D2 . 4 1 ...... . ....,,,,,.. 26 2 11 . ..,.......,,.... 25 12 17 ' , , ,,....,,,,,, 27 24 23 , ,,...ll,......... . 33 17 29 3 ' ,., .... .,.,.,, 1 1 12 1' J. A. 7 'D , ,,,r..,,... , 16 15 ' 8 Chinook ,... . ....,,, ., . 19 23 here 14 ' . , ....., 34 13 14 l , ,,,, .. ,, 34 3 15 3 ' 16 25 20 ' ,....,,, 37 11 21 ' .. ,,.,,. ......., 2 3 18 2' 22 ,. ,, ,, .....,...., 17 15 b. 4 ,.......,,..,.................. 16 20 5 I . ,,,...,...l.,., 15 22 10 .... . ,........,.. . 31 16 11 ' ....,...,.r..,........ 13 27 12 ' 19 25 18 i ' ,,,,,,.,,.,,,..... 51 14 B H 1938 B4SKETBALL A snag' a snag' our basketball team hxt a snag at the end of the season and we dxdnt take the Chouteau County Tournament or the Dlstrlct Tournament as we had planned The team thxs year contained four le .er men but only one of last years regulars Royal Morr son However the squad came through due to the excellent coachmg of Mr Z1le and Mr Hess w1th an excellent defense fast floor work and a reputatlon fox falr play and sportmg losers Du mg the sea on we chalked up w1ns ln twelve scheduled games and lost seven and thos only because of the Jlnx cfollowlng us-we lost two game to Fort Shaw trunners up for honors m dxs rlctl once to Belt lflrst place 1n d1str1ctJ and IWIOE each to Chmook and Great Falls Reserves We feel that xt was no dlsgrace to be defeated as we were beaten by the besta Thought you might be mterested ln by llne or so on every player so here goes Royal MOYFISOU senlor captaln and guard One of the fastest floor men and cleverest ball handlers 1n the dlstrxct and an able leader Royals servxces wlll be mlssed nent year Donald Schmldt senlor guard cente or forward Strong on the defense and h1gh scorer of the team A good all around man we hate to lose Frank Culbertson Junlor guard captam elect Steadlest player on the team strong defensively a clever ball handler and accurate passer Frank should be much better next year Vern McK1nlay Mac sophomore center Mac developed fast and was a strong cog m the machme Hls helght made h1m a dang rous man under the basket and one of the best rebound men on the squad Donald Rltter Jake sophomore forward The best shot on the team should be a star next year Leslle Taylor Shar y sen or forward Tall and conslstently a good shot Injurles Kelth Gordon Junlor guard A very capable reserve W1ll play some good basket ball next year Frederick Jahnke senlor cente Capable understudy for Mac Pulled the Centervllle game out of the f1re We w1ll mlss h1m next year Edgar Schultz semor forward go d shot and capable all around forward graduates th1S sprmg John Baack sophomore forward John xmproved fast and steadxly Starred ln the Belt game If you watch your grades John you should be a mam stay on the team next year The Longhorns were nosed out 1n county tournament by Blg Sandy Culbertson o a medal for best all around player on our team wh1le Morrxson and Mac were glven places on the all county team In the dlstrlct tournament We defeated St Marys by a two polnt lead to cap ure ftfth place Our captan Morr son who was named as the most valuable player and received a sllver medal for th.s honor was also placed on the all dlstrlct team After the varslty squad had been chosen there were boys left who Wanted to play basketball and these played lntramural games Four teams were chosen freshmen sophomores Jumors and mlxtures The Jumors won the honors Members of that team were Kurth lcaptaml Brown Neyland Fenton and Chaney Avtards were glven the boys for thelr hard work Hllton Roudebush was glven an award for best percentage of free throws P TRACK The Longhorn track team took th1rd 1n th North rn Montana track meet at Havre Thls good shovsxng of the team 1nd1ca es a good dxstrxbut on of talent as the team placed ln all but the welgh., events Local wlnners were C Culbertson D Schmldt V Elllott Halley and Schultz All these boys w1ll recene track letters Coach Zlle took Elhott and Culbertson to the state meet at Mlssoula R- F. . . S. u a ' ' tt ' -Q 7 i U - . . . . , l , Y . ' - e " ' s 5' V 1 1. ' , ' Y ' . . - ' 2- ' , ' , , r . ' 4' . Y .. 1 . .t ,, . . . . . . 3 5- ' , at yn y I i 6. ' , " H z - , . ' ' t . ' ' - kept him out last part of season. Sorry to have you leave us, "Shorty." 7. ' , ' ' , . . ' - 8. ' , ' , - r. 4 ' " 9. , ' , , c . He 10. , . ' ' . ' ' W- Y 7 ' g t - . .. ,, . y , - . : 1 , N y l I l . - . . . Y ' . Y . V ' ' e 2 . L . . . , . D , . . , 1938 B H NN, 'YXXXX AN LEWIS PRITZ LOREHE. DON H P' :Qi F? OSB TERREHCE' 'HT 29i Q " XXN ' Y 2 .A,,' A , V . ' L ' N- ' " 1 :U 'ff-if ' . .Q " H A V- 11 I :wi l U sa f. ,M . wwf. .ITA 5 ' xx, , bw - . x I ' I . lx ....f.. in Q - NM ' E: .swf evil K4 4 i,. X - I M L , ' ta 1 , 4' I r' Q . ' 5 ' V is 7' .. All set" Yea Bo' GOING NORSE iNorweg1an acfcentl B H 1938 YELL QUEENS AND THEIR KING 'H 3 4 ,Zig .W If il Standxng MISS Buckland dxrector Ray Fenton In poslt on Mxldred McK1nlay Lucxlle Mauzey These three l1vely and wxry yell leaders were selected from the ranks of the Booster Club Rays wavy blonde halr or just the fact that agam we had not only yell queens but a kmg uld certamly pep up the y ll sectxon How often dxd we s amp and hollex for a pep assembly-chlefly to get out of classes of course And dld we yell? we had to or Mlss Buckland or a yell leader told us how rotten we were Do you remember" Just so you wxll never forget and because we thxnk you hke these best-Come On lets make them blg' Are you ready? O K lets go' Come on Benton' Lets go' SKYROCKET Ssssssssssssboom' tLong Whwtlell--bah' Benton' Benton' Rah' Rah' Rah' SCHOOL SONG Flght team fight We are wlnnmg Fight team fxght We cant lose All of Benton knows When the whlstle blows We can flght whenever we choose Flght team fight ln the mornmg Fxght team flght all the day We are bound to wln today Every battle ln the fray If we flght, flght, fight, F1ght, fight' Lu efxsh' Luteflsh' Tuscataha'P Benton' Benton' Yah' Yah' Yah' BIG BLACK COON Bally go whee' Bally go whack Bxg black coon on a b1g haystack O Lowdy how that coon can yell 4Name of opposing team? go to Yah' Benton' 1 2 3 4 2 3 2 1 Who or What for Who you gonna yell for? B-e n t-0 n Thats the way you spell lt- Here's the way you yell It Benton' ' ' 30- F. . .S. rf I U f??'5 af ,E f , Q 'W ' b 4 'ze .V I , . 2 I N 3 f - 2' 1' N ,. 3 R , E' 3 ff 2 l . t . ' ' 5 fs", ,S E but : ' , ' 3 . i I . . Y X . K l ' " ' u U e ' . ' t U ,YV . Y 1 . - Y . . Y 5 1 I 1- - -4 ' 3- - -4 ' . I 1938 I I F. B. H. S, I BOOSTER CLUB Back row Royal Morrison Frank Culbertson Ray Fenton Donald Cronkhite Raymond Long Donald Young John Fxshbauvn Mr Zile sponsor second row Eldon Overholser Keith Gordon Donald Kurth Donald Schmidt Francis ORelly Francis Rob nson Vic Elliot Terrence McCourt 1'ront row Irene Rfoudebush Norma Jones Rose Taylor Grace Marty Ellnor Schm dt Mildred McK1nlay Lucile Mauz x Mina Not lngham Not 1n picture Norman Jackson W1 h our new dlgnlfied presldent Donald Schmldt our dashing daring Romeo vice president Frank Culbertson and blushing treasurer secretary Elmo Schmidt the Boosters set out to help clear some obstacles left in the athlethic landscape of FOIL Benton basketball tickets was successfully cleared The county t urnament was our hlgh Jump and with the candy popcorn sale and the dance after the games we found we had taker the Jump by a good margn Working to collect enough money to buy an electric score board for the new gym the club took over the sponsorship of a Stunt Nlght under the guidance of our sponsor Mr Zile and the cooperation of all the teachers Will you eyer forget Logan Hazen as a nursemald lrsen Hunter as a blushing br1d Lloyd Nelson as a grasswidow and John Kelly as a bewltching housewife" Of course no nor will w'e forget how the Frosh taking a simple theme like Old King Cole won th first prize As for Kodak day Keith Gordon as Baby Dumpling Norma Jones as his twin baby sister Baby Micky McK1nlay pulling Baby Ray Fentons hair and with Gra e 'vlarty Irene Roudebush Ellnor Schmldt and Lucille Mauzey acting as proud Mamas Oh what a scene' Heres a chall nge to the Boosters that follow us Be enthusiastic supporters of all school actnlties 31 l l l l , . D , . , . 1 . . . . l , . , A y . ,. -3-I-:zzz P 2:21- Under the sponsorship of Mr. Zile, the high hurdle of selling season football and V . Q O 4 . . - . f - - ,,. ' ,- - - - .. ' - n V 3 - - g - . y- . ,, Y . , v. 1 y v V F . ,' r. '-' 1 V ' , 9 , - .. . - . ,. . ., F. a. H.s. 61 1938 I I 'B CLUB Back row Mr Hess sponsor Royal Archer Royal Morrison Frank Culbertson Keith Gordon Charl s Culbertson Vic E11 ott Hilton Roudebush Donald Kurth Mr Z le sp nsor F ont row Edffar Schultz Vern McK1nlay Francis O Reilly Leslie Taylor Don Schmldt Frederick Jahnk Charles Stovall Logan Hazen Not in picture John Fishbaugh Donald Ritter Raymond Long Joe Weeks John Baack KODAK DAY THE DAY DAWNED BRIGHT CLEAR AND CHILLY What day'P Why Kodak Day of course Kodak Days parade this year went to the hospital for Gwen Archer to see and then through town Some of the costumes worn by the students were unusual and beautiful while others were very funny There were babies little children mountameers Spanish senors and senori as and even Tarzan td spite the cold wea herb Snow White and her prince received first prize for the pretties cos ume The boy fishermen and Sparky as a Turk got prizes for originality Th n to add somewhat to the already dehghtful day stunts were presented The se ond place wth The Martins and the Coys STUNT NIGHT Extza' Extra' All about the freshmen taking first prize at stunt night with the presentation of the nursery rime of Old King Cole Red hot news concerning stunt night sponsored by the Booster Club ran the story of the frosh triumph but he seniors ran close seconds with then' style parade umagine those lordly senior boys run ning around in womens dresses'l and a n wly organized Jazz band The Troubadors tooted themselves to third prize Applauding with tears of laughter in their eyes the audience Watched the antics of the s unters-Rosemary Imb rt as Tishy Lish Betty Morger Boop a doop singmg and Mlcky McK1nlay being a good old maid rimaglne thatl were only a few who made the audience Just roar with laughter Roy Humphrey modelling tennls clothes and Francis Robinson and Eldon Overholser as bathmg beautles were the hit of the evening As the audience adjourned with one accord they proclaimed the most clever laughable and unique stunt night ever had ln F B H S' 32 56 93 " ., - W .,, - to .. . ,, Q - 1 , 3 . . . D ,,,, , ' n .., , . ' ' I , y , , - -Y--zzz: P uri- y ' v ' ' v . . ' Y V - ' F 1 1 v 't ' , e ' 7, , ' e ' , . speech class took first place with a presentation "Ferdinand the Bull"g freshman claw, . ,. . .. . H c . . . Wi-:::: P :ul- . - .. ., . , 1 1 v L . I ' 1 M v 1 + Q ' ' . - - ' ' . " V I v 1 - , 1938 . U F.a.H.s. LJ R011 A NI H ODI E RNI Back row Ray Fenton Joe Bear Donna W1ll1s Alxce Calkln Annabel BTIESS Terrence McCourt John Rommger Miss Buckland sponsor Second row Isabel Nagengast Bernadme Uptmor Annabelle Stanton Shxrley Castor Evelyn Anderson Ethel Collms Wllla Jean Galbraxth Elsa Hagen Maurxen Ledgerwood Rosemary Imbert Front row Mar aret Iewls Marlam Newhall Dorothy Manley Dorlne Stevenson Aaltje DeBru1n Daphne Roddy Jean Jones Lorene Stranahan No 1n plcture Lucllle Mauzey Es her B eche Inez Bradley Llla Mae Willxs Ascendl etsl saxa SIDE aspera' How many know what the above mean? Any Latin members present? Well well tell you as no Latln s udent may be near Cl mb though the rocks be rugged and II IS the motto of the Romanl Hod1ern1 Purple and gold royal colors of the Romans thereon was chosen as club pm Annabelle Stanton pres dent Aaltje DeBru1n uce presldent Rosemary Imbert secretary Elsa Hagen treasurer Johnny Rommger re porter Lorene Stranahan song leader Mxss Buckland sponsor were the offlcers chosen At the m66I1HgS held every two weeks one of Wh1Ch was soclal members dlscussed Roman homes customs and food Afterwards games were played lunch served and ew eryone p1EChCd In and cleaned up The flnal meeting a Roman banquet was Maw 2oth when the members donned thelr whlte robes and proceeded to dme a la Roman reclmmg on couches eatlng wrth fmgers bemg serxed by ewht slaves lexghth grade students lnterested ln Latrnl and haxlng much wlne wrape Juxcel and song and danc between courses Thxs IS why we behewe we haxe no pepprer club or one where we have had more fun than our Romam HOd19TH1 33 'Z M , ' , M , ' , , U . . . . . D ,,.. 3 ' ' I ' , 'L 9 F, , ' ' . -- ZZZZPZIZZ - . . , - . .. 5 H . - . were chosen for club colors. Three Roman pillars with "Romani Hodierni" inscribed ' I ' . 1 . C ' , - 3 . 3 ' . , ' ' . - v . , - - ,. .,- , , . V. v. 5 . . 9 F B H 1938 THESPIA NS Standmg Eldon Overholser Donald Schmldt Franc1s Robmson John Kelly Seated Mma Nottmgham Florence Hanford Mss Hagle sponsor Agnes Jenkmson Luclll Mauzey Not ln plcture Mlldred McK1nlay Grace Marty Ellis Chaney Dorothea Dlckens Donald Cronkhlte Why all the quakmg and shrver ng'P Why all the laughter and fun? Its just the reorganlzatxon of the Thesplan troupe 195 of the National TTIESDIBDS Society Those who were quakmg and shlvermg W re the ones llg ble for membershlp by pa takmg ln the Junxor play and three one act plays of last year and the senlor play of th1s year Wlth Mlna Nottmgham as presxdent and Franc s Roblnson as secretary treasurer the club enjoyed many meetmgs or should we say many good feeds 'P Our flrst serlous work however was when we were glven a number of costumes whlch we sorted as to type and flled m boxes for fu ure use but the best part of that evenlngs work was when Mlss Hagle took the troup down to Moses Drug Store and treated us to me cream sunda s More food more fun' Donnle was persuaded to forget chess ples vshlch he so heartlly enjoyed at th flrst 1n1t1at1on and he and the troupe help d stage and manage the three one act plays whlch were presented by the speech class Followmg the Jumor play those who were elxgxble to yon the troup were called to another 1n1t1at1on whlch was held at the home of Eldon Overholser Even after all thelr theatrlcal experlences these new 1I'l1C13,U9S also proved to be a httle nervous and shaky They soon forgot thelr nervousness however for about that tlme lunch was served My' but the Th6Sp1aDS do llke thex food even consxdermg at one trme chang lng the name of thelr troupe to The Banquet Club Come one come all your efforts ID dramatlcs vull no b ln wa n for the Thesplans are a merry food lovmg group wlth a hard workxng consclentlous 1 but sh s not foolmg us she llkes her fun and food tool dlrector Mlss Ila Grace Hagxe and we do accom pllsh lots 341- f l . 1 1 - ...,.. - , , - , l ,f 5, V v ' fl . - A . .' 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ORCHESTRA AND JUNIOR BAND Back rovs Amy Hanson Helen Blrkeland L w1s Neyland Donald Adams Lorene Sranahan Wallace Morger Second row Betty Woodcock Mldr d McK1nlay Donald Crankht Ollve Stevens Wmnxe Young Agnes DeBru1n Carley McCaulay Grace Tschache Elmol Schmxdt Vlrgmxa Swanson Shrey Y ung Front row Margaret Lewls Allce Galbral h Eugene Rann ng Myrtle Humphrey Evelyn Anderson Irven Hun er Forenc Hanford Georglana Uptmor Delores Wagner Bernad ne Uptmor Standlng Loren Rltte Kenne h Morrow Amy Hanson Helen Blrkeland Yvonne Urt n John Sullwan Barbara Van Horn Mvss G11lespe tdrectorl Wllla Jean Galbralth L ms Neyland Donald Adams Los L wls Kenne h Young Mary Gray Slttlng Dlxe Schoanover Margare Whle Olive Stevens Grace Tschache Alice Gal bralth Jean Reynolds Delores Wagner V1 gma Swanson Margaret Blrkeland Royone Levus Wallace Mower Jerry Sweeney Lorene Stranahan Shlrley Young Not IH p cture Kenne h V1n1on Charles Walker Agnes DeBru1n V1rg1n1a Murray Eldon Adams Kenneth Schmldt Doune Stevenson 35 0 . o . 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L 1 1 1 1 B 1938 SENIOR I HD MIND TRIM BHJUIRS Standlng Norma Jones Vern Cronkhlte Donald Cronkhlte B1ll Vlscher Vern McK1nlay Jack Chappell Everett Jacobsen J L Fox Edna Bennett Bobby Nelson Nlna Koger Dorothy Manley Don Adams Mlss Gllesple dlrector Bobby Martm Florence Hanford Jack Anderson B1ll Schmidt Rlchard Brown Lew1s Young Ray Fenton Donald Schmxdt Louls Russell Seated Fancs Robmson Clark Hllton Carlev McCaulav Grace Stexens Wlnnle Young Adnes DeBru1n Evelyn Koger Gwen Berhad ne Uptmor Agnes Jenkmson Elmor Schmldt Royal Neyland Donald Tsch che Olne Archer Maur1en Morrlson KCIUI Gordon Lyle Mlller Bob Bowker Irene Roudebush Donald Rltter B111 Anderson Vonley Cox B111 Anderson Not 1U plcture Daryl Hagle Back row Miss Glllesple dlrector Ellnor Schmldt Bob Martln Kelth Gordon Irene Roudebush Fran' rom Vern McKmlay B bbs Nelson Edna Benne t Donald Adams Donald Young 'Vhldred McK1nlax Francls Roblnson Wnnxe Young Not n plcture R05 al Morrxson 36--- F. .H.S. . . a ' J ' ' ' , ' . , lj A . , . . 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" 3 . t . 1938 H ULSIC, NUTPS Ervhth notes' quarter notes' nalf no es and whole notes blarlng forth from erght tlll nrne A M and from three trll four P 'VI tells you that the band rs a too mg for rtself and makrng rtself heard We surely blew them off therr fe t thrs year wrth our res rapsodres fantasres and of course our new rnstructor Mrss G llesple who took Mr Borchers place Jus after school closed last spr ng the band took a leadrng part rn the festrvrtres of th St Lours Fort Benton rega ta and also gave publrc concerts every Thursday nrght un rl school began Wrth the advent of a n w rnstructor rt seemed as though our band procedure changed and our frrs appearances were at the football games rn the fall Were w a welcome addltron rt would se m so as the attendance practrcally doubled Carrymg our pep along wrth us we repa red to the new gym for the basketball games and drd we enlrven those ven nas' Then we just had to go to the Falls to see our basketball team defeat St Mary s a the drs rr t tournament and rf we do say so our selves the Great Falls band has nothrng on us W wont easlly forget the tasty hotdo s lther that Mrss Grllespre handed out and dd they hrt the spot' Our real debut however was rn February the sx h at our annual wrnter concer and agarn at our sprrnv conc rt May erghth We agarn went to town when we took part rn the Havre musrc festrval Vlay 14 Our poor feet could hardly hold us up at the Junror prom srx days later but recuperated after several we ks Connec ed w th the band an.l havrnff as its Chlef arm the purpose of helprnff students understand bet er the fundamentals of musrc rs the orchestra We always clalm that the baccalaurea e and commencem nt serv ces could not be held wlthout us Sp ak mg of orch stras drd we have Jazz at school thrs year" We drd and how supplred by the Toubadours orvanrzed by Mrss G1l'esp They swung rnto the latest hrts for applause We really drd apprecrate the unusual sw ng a rangements and the orch stra s cooperatlve sprrrt lespecrally srnce some of them are our best dancers ln schoolb and reres hop ng you Troubadcurs ke p up the good work next year' We are very proud of you our band orchestra and Troubadours and your ex pended time and effort are worthy of our prarse Hats off to you' IL WOR QENIUR II HS Fhe senror play the Yankee Krng was dresent d December 22 a character plav rn three acts portrayrng Pa HIHKISS dream of bernff Kmg of Lorranra In the early sprrng the Junrors presented therr play Lady Sprtfrre a arc portrayrng the act ve lrfe of a Urrls school wlth Dorothea DICKCHS as the rrch grrl and or real Lady Sprtfrre 'Just ask Prankr Both plavs were under the 'tbl drrectorslnp 1 Vlrss Ila Grace Hagre and to her we ovve largelv the success of our plays ll HUA IRUIIPN llll Portraymg sprrnfftrme In Holland vvrth all the splendor of colorful tulrps and srlverv moonlrght playrng on an old Dutch mrll and dv kes aga ns a backeround of blue and w hrte the Junrors challen e future classes to equal the beauty of the-1r sprlnv formal A floorshovv vas Urven consrstmg of Jeanettes Wooden Shoes son Betty More A Prnk Pettv from P ter song W lla Jean Galbrar h Dutch c stume dance by Carlev VIcCaulav Grace Tschache and Geor ana Uptmore Three che rs for the Junrors and therr sponsor for one of the most colorful proms ever held 37 F.B. . . l a S 'S .A . 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I . 1938 L1 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Back row Agnes DeBru1n Amy Hanson Margaret White Irene Colby Nlna Koger Donna Wxlhs Irene Schanche Edna Bennett Ellen Ames Ethel Kelley Dorothy Worrall Gwen Archer May Small Maur en Ledgerwood Maxme Harrxs Florence Hanford Grace Tschache Grace Marty Bermoe Small Second row Yvonne Urton Leona Jackson Anme Johnson Freda Wlgger Myrtle Humphrey Dorothy Johnson Edl h Culbertson Florence W1llette Leona Swanson Allce Lang Carley McCaulay Margaret Levus Dorlne Stevenson W1lla Jean Galbralth Lucllle Mauzey Annabelle Stan on Mma Nottmgham Irene Bokovoy Betty Woodcock Elsa, Hagen Shlrley Young Anne Nordhues Dela Rae Carver Mlldred McKm1ay Front row Amta Walker Marxan Bowker Georgxana Uptmor Loxs Lewls Helen Blrke land Betty Morger Norma Jones I ene Roud bush Agnes Jenkmson Dorothy Manley Mlss Brown sponsor Dorothea Dlckens Aaltje DeBru1n Wmnlfred Young Ol1ve Stevens V1olet Llppert Esther Beecher Rose Taylor Gertrude Wharram Evelyn Koger Not m plcture Betty Johnson Under the splendxd leadership of Mxss Clars Brown Agnes Jenkmson presldent Mae Small vice presldent Florence Hanford secretary Rose Taylor treasurer and Anna Nordhues reporter the club experlenced a very successful year Our Amateur Hour w1th Edna Bennett as Major Bowes and Mxcky MCKIHIRS ln her querulous womans chaxacterlzatlon was our flrst h1ghl1ght And wasnt It fun to lxck the candy pans at the candy sale prep:-xratxon9 However when we showed off our newly made dresses at a combmed style show and tea for the mothers and alumnx that was really fun' On Valentlnes Day occurred the co ed prom' Flutter' Flutter' went the hearts of the glrls It really was a scream to see Mlss Glllesple-togged out as 3 good natured German bandmaster who could barely waddle Meg Lewis and Dorothy Manley accentuatmg then' well known studlousness by appearmg as Sanford Ink Bottles whlle Carley McCaulay and Grace Tschache showed thexr growxng mterest ln romance by costunung as Snow Whlte and her Prmce Charmmg What fun was had rand wlth out boys'J In February too we made our radlo debut wxth the FFA Nervous? Well that hardly descrlbed It nevertheless our debut was very successful Throughout the year personal groommg was studled enllvened by a talk on parhamentary law and a demonstratxon of modern haxr dress by the local beautlclan Wxll you not agree now that th1s has been a banner year? 38- I l l . F . . - 1 1 1 1 1 ' 7 1 7 ! ! 1 a ' ' ! I I A 7 7 1 ' 1 ' 1 - . 1 - - - 1 1 1 1 V .L L . 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . , . , . . I ! ' 1 Y 7 1 1 1 1 1 ' 7 1 I Y - v- D ' 1 Y Y ' V D 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A Y 1 Y 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 11 1 n - 11 - , 1 . , I . . . , . , . ' ' H 11 ' Y V . . - 1 . , .. - n I ' , - ll 11 - - - - , 14 11. ll 11 ' 1 1 1 ' V . . ,, . . ,, . 1 1 . , , . . , 1 1 - 1 1 Y - ' 1938 -1 F.B.H.S I I The electrlcal equlpment of the Home Economics department wah deelgned and lnbtalled by the 'Vlontana Power Company as- B H 1938 AC 4DEMIC, UEIIORIES 8 A iii Do you r member the above day ln the manual t am ng shop or others just l1k If when Mr H.nde so efflclently and capahly show d us how to fashlon lamps tables smokes ands and the like so that when we b come the h ad of a famlly we could be handy about the house a tral so many wo'n n like ln th 1r husbands Speaklng of subjects w ll we ever forget th drllls and revlews wh ch Mlss Glllesple gave whxle trylng to teach us how to speak and wut correct Enghsh Enghsh sure IS a eal hard subject amt It though'J Howerer learrlng to speak Enghsh 1snt as hard as trymg to learn all the authors and thelr wr tlngs vshlch Mlss Hag1e S31d would glVC us ahead ln SOCIE y W1 h the knowledge she gave us n sp ech how to stand how to th1nk on our Ieet and what to speak about on d1fferent oc asxons Anyway we think our Englxsh t achers are tops Mlss Gxllesple not only teaches us hovu to sp ak correct Enghsh but French as Mell and Mxss Buckland surely knows how to teach us Latm Do you know after havlng these languages we found we had such a large xocabula y such an acqualntance wlth customs and ldeals of for xgn peoples and such a good knowledge of grammar that we just fa1rly laughed and crled at the same tlme watch ng some of you students frettmff over Engllsh and history Easy as falling off a l g after you have had Latm and French However some of the subjects we enjoyed the most were those We took from Mr Hess Honestly that man knows more science he can tell you all about aclds bases blrds bees trees frogs-0 just any hlng' We surely d1d laugh at s me of the glrls trymg to cut up frogs or angleworms It seems all they knovs much about concerns the scxence of osculatlon' Closely connected wlth our laboratory work 111 sclence 15 our mathematlcs course Dld you ever try fmdlng cut who or what x was or equalled or lf Frank was to Olive as Mlcky was to Donald what the results wou'd be'-' Mr Z11e can certalnly make you see that 2 and 2 equal four And slnce the Democrats can t seem to make the aboxe equat on work out we have been learnmg all about the sclence of gov rnment and what has been done 1l'l thls country from Mxss Buckland and Mr Whorlow ln thelr SOC18l SCIBHCB courses From now on vae are resolved to make history In order to help us 1n every walk of hf by maklng xt easler to and glve us more rapld way of communlcatlng and transmlttlng our thoughts we took typlng and short hand from Miss McM1llan who IS a peach of a teacher Workmg hand ln hand w1th Mr Hmdle IS Miss Brown who teach s the glrls hom o become good hOUS6WlV6S as lt seems that boys requlr good cooks to make thelr hfe happy F. . .S. I m u 4 4' . s lo ' , LQ it ' 1, A , -I e ' ' r ' 1 ' ' e 5 ' ' ' .Q -- ' , - - - - - , , t - , Q a ' . , , H - , ,, ,,- ., no . . 2. . 1, . , 1 Q . . I 4 . Q . . ' 1 ' v A s . , . U 7.5 . - . . E , - r , ' ' . f , I ' ' ' ., a wider cultural background for our social life. Personally, we think, we can get farther ' ' 1 'L D , A i 3 - , ' - , - , .. ,, . . . V V 3 . v . 7 Y , r y . . V . 2. v . . 7 . . yr L . 0 V . I v ' ' 1 T Y 1 . n . , . , A . 1 1 - 1 v - v Q - ' - ll vu - ' . . , i ' ' V9 ' ' . . . U I .. ' . . V - - - f , , 9 - . 1938 -EI F.s.H.s FUTURE FARMERS OF AUERIC4 Standlng Mr Carpenter dlrector Dean Elhott J Fox Harvey Fox Warren Halley Logan Hazen Norman Tacke Jack Chappell Charles Elllott Seated Vern Moe John Drewxske John Baack Bob Koepp Vonley Cox R1chard Chappell Vern McK1nlay Rlchard Collns Eugen Ronnmg Not rn plcture John Flshbaugh Howard Bokovoy Does F F' A mean future fathers of Amerxca or future farmers of Amer1ca'P was the questlon whxch was rumored to be gomg around school at the begmnmg of the Smxth Hughes course If anyone IS s 1ll 1n doubt Mr David Carpenter who IS the authentlc supervlsor of the club mlght be able to stralghten you out on the matter Taklng up the Future Farmers s1de of the questlon the F F A IS a nat1onal movement organlzed to help brlng forth better condxtlons both on the farm and for the many people dependmg upon farm products These actlvxtxes mclude g1v1ng a F F A radlo broadcast exhxblt chapter dlsplay at far sponsor member thrift accounts have 100"f home farm planning program carry on productive p oduct program and send a judgmg team to Bozeman Harvey Fox fwho IS shy but not sly J was elected club presxdent wxth Vonley Cox vlce presldent Charles Elllot secretary John Baack treasurer Vern McK1nlay reporter and Warren Halley as sentlnel The Fort Benton F F A really were th kxttens eyelashes when they made then' radlo debut In coordmatlon Wlth the Home Economxcs Club over statron K F B B Warren Halley surely stole the radxo program w th h1s Gene Autrey yodelmg and songs wh1le Harvey Foxs mellow VOICE caused many femmme hearts to sk1p a beat or two More fun' Especlally when Obie Cox gave the lnghllghts of th year In that slng songy clowmng Way of his However all fun lncluded the F F A b8S1dES bemng what farmer boys call a snap course proves that a subJect does not need to be hard to be of great value and 1n the future we wlll not ponder what F F A means for we mll know that the 1011213.15 should be S F F A 1successful farmers of Amerlcal --41 66 I V 59 . 1 l - I . . 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S 1938 Q I B H -, 19:-Ja SENIOR CLASS HISTORY Howdy Folks Thls lS your news reporter from F B H S brxngmg to you the news of the happen mgs of the Senlor Class Flash' 1934 Francls Robinson that Wltty and ambltlous youngster was elected presldent at our fxrst class meetmng and Mr Borchers has agreed to do the bossmg of the whole class Flash' Our flrst chance to let out some of our greenness was at the 1n1t1at1on party We took the rubblng thoroughly and we dldnt lose all of our pr1de Flash' Freshmen entertam what a wow' We gave the upper classmen a taste of younv and xnexperlenced yet slncere hospltallty Thats all for th1s year folks we wxll be back ln a flash with a flash' Flash' September 1935 Belxeve 1' as you w1ll but that basketball hero Royal MOTFISOD has been elected to flll the pxesldency chan' Under th keen supervlslon of our sponsor Mr Hess we neld two blg partles and dld we ralse cam' Tnats all for 1935 folks Flash' September 1936 Well we re back again slxty of us at least And who IS our pr srdent none other than the ta'l dark handsome Norman Jackson and can you lmaglne who was chosen our sponsor Mlss Gannaway of course Flash' Our flrst b1g success ln the fleld of dramatlcs was the presentatxon of the play G-rowlng Palns But 1f you lnqulred of some students they w1ll tell you of more pams than growlng ones whlch they experlenced the mght of December 11 Flash' We purchased rlngs to show our prestige as Junlors and are we proud' Flash' Its soclal hour and we could n ver forget a prom So we have donned our best clothes and manners and brought home the bacon 1n rlght fancy style It was one of the hlgh spots of our career and we shall never forget our flower garden prom as the shaded llghts cast a beautlful glow on the Shlmmeflng gowns of the dancers Flash' 1937 We started th1s year out by choosmg Mxldxed McK1nlay as pres1dent and Mlss Buckland as class sponsor and Wlth a kmd sp1r1t tto the Froshl we d1d not 1n1t1a e Instead we entertalned them at a roller skatmg dancxng party 'It was as bad as 1n1t1at1on for some? It surely was good to be boss for a change Flash' Another big chance at showlng off was our play The Yankee King whlch proved to be a blg success morally 1f not fxnancxally Flash' Where on earth are we" It looks l1ke we mlght be ln some country barnyard But xt IS only the old gym decorated up as a barn fammals and alll for our party Flash' Eldon Overholser 15 1nterested ln a certam freshman Uxrl Are you there Lorene" Flash' Where a1e all those d1gn1f1ed sen1ors" Oh' They ve Just sneaked off for the day and left the Jumors ln charge for a lxttle practloe lg... ip, I - , I . . . . Y .- w D ' D , . , - - , . , . . D .. . - , . , . Y , . . , . . . , . . , , A - . e -- AY 1 1 - , . , . ' ' e . - L. V L, . . 1938 H Flash' Vhldred and Don are st111 that way aboat each other Flash' Junxors entertalned us at a prom We really enjoyed lt and hope they have Just as royal a tlme next year Flash' Class Day' What IS lt" It lS the day when senlors learn of thelr w1ll and what thelr future IS to be Some fun we must say Flash' Baccalaureate was held rn the new gym on the last Sunday before graduatxon W wore our caps and gowns and dld we look dlgmfxed' Our mam speaker was Reverend Copley Davls Flash ' Graduatron that unforgettable day that comes once 1n a lxfetrme We kept up the custom started by the class of 37 and wore caps and gowns L R Foote of Bllhng Polytechnlc advised us what to do 1n future llfe Thats 30 for tonlght C1159 UFFICFRS Presldent Mlldred McK1nlay Vlce Presldent Leslxe Taylor Secretary Treasur r Daphne Roddy Sponsor M ss Isabel R Buckland SCHUL49TlI A dlfferent type SChO1alShlp contest was held thls year Th1s year the scholastlc tests were g yen 1n the varlous classes than ln DYEVIOUS year here ln our own school Students who made the hr hest ratlngs 1n these had thelr papers sent to Bozeman where rf they were up ln the hlgher per cent were glven an 1nv1tat1on to Bozeman durlng hxgh school week held Aprxl 28th to 30th Flrst place rn state was won by Donald Rxtter 1n bookkeeping second place Georg Hazen b1ology Irene Roudebush typm I thxrd place Rosemary Imbert world hrstory Logan Hazen chem1s ry Florence Hanford home economlcs major Under the sheddmg cottonwood trees Bentons new school house stands Mr Hagle a mlghty man IS he W1 h news of our exams And Are the marks on our papers hard for us to stand look the whole world ln the face after all they re only exams e hke our teachers everyone And they lxke us too Because rts human na ure and they hke the money too By Irene Colby Fox DAWN A world of darkness Before Aurora 11 htly dances To open the gates of heaxen A sudden change of color From black to blue to pmk Then wlth a burst of f1ery brrlhance Apollo dashes from h1s sun castle To g1V8 us health and happmess VVh1le Aurora contendedly watches Her lords departure I-Iaung announced the day' By Ray Fenton 4o- F. 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L - A V ' V V' I . 938 B . . 1 SENIOR CLASS WILL I Donald Schmldt leave all my dlg 1t5 to Bob Bowker as I fear hell nexer haxe any unless someone gxves It to hlm I Luc lle Mauzey leave my poise and ac mg ablllty to Vlrgxma Murray It wlll help you ln your senlor play V1rg1n1a My place as yell queen to whomever has the um vlgor and vltallty to put It across I Evelyn Anderson bequeath my mter st ln the opposxte sex to Irene Bratz Men prefer blondes Irene Go to lt' We Arthur Klay and Jack Bateman leawe our frlendshlp for each other to Vonley Cox and Eddle Nottingham so they ll stop hatlng each other-over the same glrl I Vxctor Elllott leave my athletlc ablhty to Dudley James My ablllty plus your good looks Oh what a combxnatxonl I Mlna Nottingham leave my nursemald abllltles to V10let Llppert It mlght come 1n handy SOm6tlm6 Vlolet I Harvey Fox leave my ab1l1 y to mllk covss to Lyl Mlller It w1ll take up youx spare minutes when you arent belng a ladies man Lyle Roy Humphrey leave my favorlte spoonlng corner 1n the assembly to Rosemaly Imbert and Walter Baach mak good use of lt I John Drewlske leave my brooms nails hammers etc to Donald Rltter Its good for the physlque Donald I Frederlck Jahnke leaxe my hsp to Betty Morger It w1l1 be so appealmg to th boys Betty I Agnes Jenkmson bequeath my ab hty to tell the s hool scandal durmg home ec class to Annabelle Stanton so they vnll have somethxng to talk about at school and my yumph to George Stevens so that hell be affractlve to Meg Lewls whereby h may become a source of Joy to Mr Zlle I Leslie Tay'or bequeath my memorles of our broken romance to Elinor Schmld so that she w1ll treat Vern more gently than she dld me I Gertrude Wharram bequ ath my cooperatlve splrlt and frlendlxness to Orv1lle Kelley so that he may be the most valued member of ou hlgh school I Jessamlne Gardmer bequeath my little dream ranch to Nadme Llppert and Royal Archer so that they ll have some place 1n which to spoon besldes the assembly I Irvm Hunter leave my shy glances and blushes to Ray Fenton-dont blush too much Ray I Logan Hazen bequeath my soclalls 1C and dex l1st1c Ideas to Bermce Moe since the teachers never know what sh thlnks Ol does and my arguing ablllty I leave to Frank Culbertson so that he wxll be able to argue the teachers out of more assxgnments I Terrance McCourt will my art of self defens to Hllton Roudebush and my red halr to Ilene Schanche seemg that she 11k9S Red so well I Aaltje DeBrum bequeath my Dutch ancestry to Red 0Rle1lly because Red ukes Scandmavxan glrls I Charles Culbex son bequeath my command of the Engllsh language to Dorothy Manlev because Im afrald shell need It to manage L w1s Neyland I Betty Koch wlll my soft and dalnty volce to Grace Marty so Mlss Hagle wont have to scold her m plays and my German determmatlon to Vern McKm1ay so the boys can have thexr wants xn sophomore class meetlngs once m a whlle I Eldon Overholser leave my pudglness to Lewls so h1s helght will balance h1s wexght I John Kelly bequeath my pug nose to Bob Stelnbacher because tv.o noses axe better than one to smell meat I Mlldred McK1nlay leave my frlendlxness to R1chard Colllns so that Romeo can f1nd h1s Jullet and my abxhty to dxssemxnate to Everett Beecher because he really does get plcked upon .l46i. 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B H I Royal Morrlson bequeath my suaveness to Chuck Walker so he w1l1 keep out of other peoples way and my abxhty to swmg xt and sway them to Joe Bear so he can take my place next year I Evelyn Koger bequeath Rlchard Brown to any glrl who has any use for h1m as I want to get hlm off my hands I Rose Taylor bequeath my shy and demure attxtude and Innocence to Dolores H111 because lts a shy llttle rose that gets her man I Raymond Long leave my mustache to the glrls of Fort Benton as Im afraid no one else can grow as many as I d1d I Florence Hanford bequeath my soft southern accent to Marlam remember Marlam that Arlstotle sald Speak softly I Esther Beecher bequeath my good nature to Rlchard Brown Good nature and courtesy pay most ln the long run Rlchard I Norman Jackson bequeath my ab1l1ty as a great lover to Bob Koepp so that he will have more luck wlth h1s romances If you n d references Bob see me I Inez Bradley bequeath my expressive eyes and mouth to Arnam Wlley Make good use of them Arnam I Daphne Roddy bequeath my b auty and brams to Wllla J an because she asked for them I May Small bequeath my brother Vlrgll to whomever can get h1m I brung hlm up rlght glrls I Shlrley Castor bequeath my wlllfulness to Dede Culbertson now Dede I ve guarded this tralt well for four years and dont let anyone talk you out of lt Edgar Schultz leave my pocket notes by whlch Ive sllpped through history and Englxsh to Dlck Bateman However DICK dont use them too much or you mlght get caught Lloyd Nelson leave my l1ly whlte complexxon and frall physxque to Charles Stovall so he can be the Merry W1d0W 1n stunt mght programs G-wen Archer bequeath my doctor and hospltal bllls to anyone who feels pros perous enough to pay them I Dorothy Embleton leave my duchess airs to Bernadme Uptmore Good things come ln small packages Bernadme and thls wlll help the world to know lt Teacher Why are you laughing Ray Fenton I have a chance for the Student Laugh and the world laughs w1th you Teacher But you stay after school alone Teacher When dxd the revlval of learnmg take p1ace'P Student Just before the exams We ve heard that Vonley cant under stand why a wouldnt be a boy having a stepfather step ladder Teacher at your work Student llng wlsh you wouldnt Whistle wasnt I was Just whlst P We ve been arguing clock stands or slts on Its half past elght 1 s only a quarter to say the clock l1es on as to whether the the mantle by the clock and exght so I would the mantle --47 track team Rlchard B What are they do raffle It off? gomg to Senior What klnd of blrds n capt1v1ty'P Freshle Jallblrds are kept Ellnor Schmldt Graoe told you told her that secret I told to tell Irene The mean thmg I not to tell you I told her Elmor Well dont say anything about It to her I told her I wouldnt tell you that she told me me that you not told hex Hess lto Pharmacxstl Gxve me some of that prepared monacetlcacldester of sallcyhc acld Pharmacist Do you mean asp1r1n9 Hess Thats rlghtl I can never thlnk of that name F. . .S. 1 - .t H - , , 1 Y . - - .. - - Y, , , , , v 1 v I . 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B H S 'F-1. 1938 W- ...48..-. 1938 B H SEAIUR C1455 PRUPHECY The Class of 1938 of F B H S vlslted the great Naksakhlm Egyptlan fortune teller the other dav to fmd out what the future holds for them Naksakhlm looked 1Il'0 the future twenty years and found that ln 1958 Fort Benton has a populatlon of 50000 and IS the center of a new oxl fxeld John Drewxske xs reform mayor of Fort Benton and Logan Hazen a member of h1s bra1n trust Mlldred McK1nlay has a thr1v1ng busmess at the Hamburger Inn and serves F B H S students exclusively Johnny Kelly just lo t h1s heavywelght champlons crown Lesh Taylor left for Berlxn to study further h1s theory of breakmg an atom Gertrude Wharram IS Olympxc champlon swimmer and s'11l a close frlend of Rose Taylor first woman member of an Afrlcan parlxament Jessamme Gardner has galned fame as a G woman 1n Carter wlth Lloyd Nelsou who IS a G man as her asslstant Irven Hunter IS a concert v1o11n1st and Esther Beecher h1s accompamst Harvey Fox IS a famous deslgner of vtomers hats and Betty Koch most pho o raphed gnl models them Terrance McCourt and Inez Bradley ha Je framed success by demonstratmg ball room dances Shxrley Castor IS a mlsslonary ID the South S a Islands Charles Culbertson and Florence Hanford have secured posxtlons as butler and mald for the Wlndsors Ev lyn Anderson has become an art sts model and It seems that she secured her Job by uslng those shrmklng vlolet eyes The greates surprlse was Royal MOTFISOD belng crowned champlon hog caller and Daphne Roddy maklng headllnes as the speedlest mllkmald Donald Schmld IS a successful Fuller Brush salesman Roy Humphrey IS so Jealous of h1s wlfe Natalle that h dares not leave home to look for work for fear he w1ll lose h1S beloved wlfey and ten k1dd1es In the science fleld Evelyn Koger and May Small have attamed fame as co dlscoverers of a sure cure for corns Agnes Jenklnson IS a llttle ray of sunshine for she cheers the patlents at the local hospltal Edgar Schultz xs famous ln thls locality for treatment of rattlesnake bltes Dorothy Embleton teach s figure skatlng m Chxcago where Aaltje DeBru1n has packed houses for her Juliet p rformances Jack Bateman and Vlc Elllott co au hors of the best seller How to Get Along Wlth Women llve ln a penthouse In Fort Bentons Rltz Hotel where Arthur Klay dlrects his hlll bllly dance band Lucllle Mauzey and Mma Nottingham conduct a salon for beauty treatments for dogs Eldon Overholser who always had a keen eye for flgures has become a corsetlex and Francls Roblnson IS well known as the man on the flylng trapeze Norman Jackson earns h1s l1VlHg as a sk1 mstructor at Nelhart where Frltz Jahnk learned how to flsh and later b came Alaskas champ flsherman Raymond Lon, attemptlng to mend h1s broken heart Wrltes nursery rlmes to his dream chlldren whlle he 15 out herdlng sheep G-wen Archer has been sent a medal from Washlngton D C for dlSCOY6l'lI1g a use for Mormon crlckets she makes bread and butter p1ckles out of them The class sponsor formerly Mlss Buckland has just become a grandmother Professor Hagle m dedlcatlng a new school bu11d1ng remarked that the class of 38 had shown that they had deweloped tnelr bralns to a much greater extent than he had thought posslble 149, . - - 1 ' 1 44 , .... , - 1 . 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' ' ' 1 . 1 1 ' . 1 1 B H 1938 NIGHT The nxght comes on sllent wmgs And settles down to watch the world Wxth unbllnkmg stare of thousand ser pent eyes The mght comes and brmgs to some Myrlads of fears that dr1ve them m To hxde thelr heads beneath the sheets And quake wlth terror at the unknown things And walt t11l day comes once aga n To dr1ve away the shadows of theu' doubts Others-somewhat braver flnd Solxcltude beneath the glare Of art1f1c1al llghts and cheery flre Content to Sl' and thlnk Of petty thlngs man and what hes done But really after all what has he done Of such Import that worlds Must bow before him as he passes? He thmks hes great when day IS brlght And all th shadows are dlspelled A wh1ch he m1gh+ take frlght And run to hlde h1S head Beneath some product of h1s lngenulty But when the n ght floats down agaln And drlves away the day you flnd The 6g0ClSt beneath h1s sheets or glarlng light Where he 1S safe-or so he thmks From the watchlng Waltlflg nlght By LEWIS Neyland T0 A MEADOWLARK Hall to thee beautlful bzrd of Sprmgtlme You llghten the hearts of us all Wlth your song so shrlll yet so soft As you answer your mates low call You hlde ln the grasses of the meadow And feed on the msects of the plams And nest on rllls and ln hollows And there you stake your clalms You stand guard oer your home llke a soldler And slng to your mate ln the nest And you take her place wlthout quar relmg Whlle sh goes to eat and to rest Now your eggs have hatched And you proudly twxtter and ch1rp As you rush to and fro to get food And to protect your young ones from hurt Soon your babes have grown up And learned to hve llke kmgs And now you make ready to leave Not to hear of you agam unt1l Sprmg By Edgar Schultz DOWN OUR WAY When the days are gltten longer And the earth IS heatm p Then a feller goes a flshm And forgets about his sup Its sprlng hey' Down our way Svsxmmm pools are Just a callln For the sun IS terrlble hot And the old cow stands a pantm Whlle I work the garden lot Summers ln full sway Down our way When the frost IS on the pun k1n There a hankerm for the moon To come up oer the mountam So the boys and gals can spoon In autumn we re gay' Down our way Snowballs hlttln you ID the tummy Makes you laugh and makes you cry Wadm snowbanks shovelm sidewalks 'Tlll you thmk your gom to d1e Wlnter I say' Down our way By Gwen Archer SEPTEMBER RAIN Harvesters commg m from the fleld Cattle grazmg all drlpplng and wet- Dry spot on the porch where a bucket was set Small toads a hoppmg frogs smgmg gay Up above clouds hang-stormy and gray R vulets runnmg out ln the yard R.a1n drops refreshen the fast browmng sward Corn leaves a openmg drlnklng 1n ram Water a trlcklmg on the wmdow pane Mothers plants outslde taklng a bath Sls on the ms de studylng math Ram brlghtens yellow of rxpenlng gram At er Augusts drought comes September and ra1r Marlam Newhall + WHY WE G0 T0 SCHOOL He Jumps out of bed About a quarter past elght In tme to get some breakfast And to school before hes late H s whlsthng all the vshlle And IS feelmg all aglow Cause guess whats 1n thxs fellow s mlnd Correct' Its lovers row Rlchard Fenton Frank and Mac Are all among the dizzy wh1rl Oh' boy' School 15 not so bad Especlally lf you ve got a glrl By Lyle Miller :JO- F. . .S. ev u u A I . .,u, . . . - . ., - , , . . . 5 ., , . . , ' -l . .N , , . 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' Y . . , 5 7 Then came Mother Evenlng ln her garb A snowflake IS so very small 1938 BH SNOW The flakes are falllng fast And coverlng oer the town They make a quxck decenslon Luke angels comlng down The stars above cannot be seen Snow mounts on naked trees Ano everythlng lS hushed and stlll Except for a small north breeze A small boy pauses at hls play And gazes through a pane Th n remarks to h1s mother How snow lS mcer than ra1n The farmer marvels at the good The snow w1ll do hls land In keepmg the soll from leavmg At the w1ll of some Gods hand We all enjoy a snowfall No matter where we are It may b ln our cozy homes Or travelmg m a car The next tlme you see a snowflake Look at lts crystals clear It remmds you of the dear eyes Of the ones you love so dear In leavmg th1s saylng IS g1ven And th prlce IS perfectly free The snow means enjoyment to someone By Frank Culbertson CLOUDS Once some llttle clouds were playmg tag across the sky They played above the sunset and chased the stars on hlgh The nicest lxttle clouds were dressed ln red and gold But the stolmy lxttle thunder clouds were dressed ln black Im told of wme She nodded at the told the stars to She sald If you re Ill gne you each a And when the Moon and wmked at al sunset clouds and shme as good as gold star to hold peeped from the East the West l Then Mother Evenlng gave the stars to the clouds that were the best Marxam Newhall Ah' crled the egg as It splashed a b1t I was cast for the ullaln and made a h1t THE SUN It came up that day the glittermg sun Its golden threads hke s11ken floss And across the sky 1ts web It spun Struck a cloud and formed a cross Then all clouds are lost m the deep serene Of that blue domes azure blue He holds up there hls proud reglme And crowns the mountams with sllver ups In the clrcle of heaven he relgns supreme Yet humbly touches each meek flower T111 the llghtemng flash 'wlth its brlght beam Brmgs up a summers thunder shower The clouds dark face soon dlsappears A flne cool mist lS ln the air The thunders rumblmg he no longer hears A rambow combs 1ts Shlllllflg skem of halr A cool a1ry breeze across the earth Chases ltS rolllckmg way The sun has lost h1s fxrst brxght mlrth And now sheds hls last shmmg ray He smks 1n the West mth fading llght Then rests on the horxzons rlm Lmgermg on each cloud 1n hls fllght hlm By Jessamlne Gardner COOPERATION Snowflakes are fall1ng ln the breeze Fallmg down through the leafless trees Sllently softly fluttermg down Unt1l they almost cover the ground Softly slowly lxke a cat they descend Never hurrymg to thelr sad end But maybe the llttle blrds can hear The impact of each tlny sphere Compared to a buxldmgs mxghty wall But when the mxlhons are melted to gether They easlly make that brlck wall qun cr R1ght here m th1s llttle flake of snow There IS a lesson that man should know If all work together not each for the dlme Maybe we could qulver the walls of crlme By Daphne Roddy Hess un chemlstry class? Who made the flrst n1tr1de" Brxght Student Paul Revere . I F. . .S. P . , . , . 5 . - v ' If only for to skii. And slowly draws nights mantle over -: P :- . u -: P 21 . i ' ' l -1: P 11. -iz P 9- ' ' 3 lm? 1938 X .W us I . .. 1 1 5 'v . 2,5 -2 , 1938 FBHS SCHOOL C 4LE NDAR October 8 Heck lost my msh they are all We get tlred of wartmg and play football at Dutton we won The old grmd begms Ge three entlrely new teachers- wonder what they are l1l-ze" Mlcky and Don are st1ll that way about each other so are Elmor and Mac Natalle and Roy Classes orgarnze-what a scramble ov r sponsors' We flght our hated rlvals-Great Falls Res rves 4P S We lostl Band plays for flrst t1m at foot ball game Surely 15 funny not havlng the old school We defeated Belt on our fxeld Some of the boys try datlng new Engllsh teacher Frosh don skates and oh I favs down and go boom -Senlors watc'1 ln glee Flght Conrad at Conrad they are good spor s' Rah' Rah' No school' 1T achers arent smart enuf for us so gotta go teachers conventlom Great Falls sends Frosh down for football Ah' Hah' We won Frosh g1rls begxn to reallze what gocd lookmg boys there are rn up per classes NOV8mb9T 6 Pep Rally we burn Sandy and lxght B Many a cas IS started after the bonflre rally Fast and furrous game wlth Sandy The rally helped we won Lorene Sranahan makes goo goo eyes at Francls Irene Schanche gettmg blg tumble from upp r classmen boys Wonder why Mlss Buckland goes hom every weekend and why she never wears a certaxn r1ng on the same hand alwaysq Shelby beats us at football Oh well they are a class A school Hurray' School ends at three b cuz end of flrst sxx weeks Racking our heads for a stunt Frosh walk off mth fxrst prxze at Stunt Nlght Edd Nottlngham has bxg fall for Florence Willett Stub fmds It doesnt pay to gc huntlng deer ldearl Stuffed wxth turkey hope teachers get slck on turkey' 53 back 30 Shlrley Castor gets crush on Butch Mlller December Only 24 more days ttll Xmas Basketball go ng strong Royal stxll a sxngle man We play basketball at Hlghwood One sxded Ill say for us Snowlng and cold Harlem plays here-Those Indlans are good but not good enuf We know lts Wednesday cause John Morrls 1nterrupted the typrng class Theme song I Love Spend Each Wednesday wlth You Only ten more days t1ll Xmas' Speech class purchases furnrture for stage We play Centervllle A close shave but we wm O boy' sweets' Candy Sale Cranlng and creaklng of necks good looklng college boys and glrls home from school Home Ec tea Fashlon show We play Geyser wln by 16 polnts Go home to wa1t for Santa Claus one day vacatxon' S nor ba nyard party turned out to be Blg Appe party Fred Lenn1ngs Fort Shaw boys de feat the Longhorns Danced old year out and new one ln January Daphne and Dorothy declded to let grades go for ave hxle and have some dates Whorlow grows cookxe duster fo pastxme Evelyn Anderson wearlng new watch -oh for a boy frlend lxke that' Big pep rally ln assembly with the band trymg to learn some school songs Basketball at B1g Sandy Chlnook pulls a fat one on us and we lose the game-Oh boy how them boys could shoot Mlcky gets angry at yell leader sponsor and Don S gets up ln arms and trles to fxx thrngs D1d the yell leaders get scolded 01 dld they'f' Hlghwood and Geraldme play here Henry from I-Ilghwood played whole game by hrmself F B H S plays Great Falls Won der 'what Kexth and Johnny 'were domg'J We lost' . 2 , 1' - 2 ' 1 A ' . 4 1 4 I . 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' . 15 .... . - 25-2 ' -- 1 7 ' - SCHOOL CALENDAR Januafy M3.rCh New red velvet curtains for stage Are they elegant9 Gee we have some sad eyed girls and boys cause all the college kids have gone back Centerville Miners play us Belt battles it out vnth us Such excitement' Such primp ng Seniors and groups get pictures took Proofs arrive much weeplng and Walllng County tournament an upset and Sandy wins first Big dance after games February New tan panorama lcurtains to youn for stage Final exams' Oh what a head ache' Fort Shaw takes us to a cleaning here The band shows off in annual con cert Sign up for new courses many find way to General Business Train ing Travel to Harlem to play Indians Play Chinook while in that neck of woods Romani Hodiernl organizes Great Falls Reserves like to us Helps their vanity Girls big night-Co ed Prom Richard Bs attempt to get way on changing class per ods 15 foiled Senior meeting another scrap Chas C announces Speech pro gram. New satin warm-up jackets for B. B. boys-Handsome Ill say! Big Sandy comes to see us. District tournament in Falls. P1 ay OWII Everybody speculating who the new girl is. She's Lila Mae Willis from Tacoma. Speech class present three one-act plays. 12 Grade boys show in their tour- nament how basketball is really played. Eddie loses Florence to Halley. Collegeiate boys and girls home for spring vacation. Speech class listens to Geraldine- Big Sandy debate. Sophomore party in new gym-Rah for moonlight waltzes. A April 27 54- Luc1lle Mauzey is left a widow Kodak day wonder how come Von ley didnt freeze? Several high school students strut their stuff at an amateur hour M Irene R gives Ray F the gate M Betty M takes over where Irene left off Thesplans gorge themselves on two gallons of ice cream while .nitiatmg Micky Home Ec entertains faculty and school board Thank goodness Mr I-Iindle limited the speeches' Jrs fool us with April Fools party Best party Evelyn K and Richard B agree to dlsagree Polytechnic Intermountain G 1 e e Club-our asst editor escorted there by Jim Manley Mlss Gillespie gets a haircut Charles Stovall sticks finger ln Stub Longs eye Elimination tests for Bozeman trip given Girls climb on chairs to escape mouse in assembly Marching beg1ns Speech and Home Ec Club pur chase table for stage Junior play Lady Frankie C gets told that he is amateur at he replies Im pretty ermg my material Twenty eight students Bozeman High School Spitfire by Dorothea neckmg and good consid get invites to Week Mina breaks down and gives Dewey a date. Everybody goes to church to show off new clothes. Someone wondered why Richard B. is sticking around annual room 1P. S. 'Sis' J. is art ediorb. Jackie Anderson gets his mind read by lyceum magician. Wow! was Keiths shirt loud! Rosemary I. gets highest in Latin I in state. Was she thrilled! Pioneer staff still trying to get '1 good picture of themselves. Orville Kelly escorts Florence W. to the show. Halley tries taking Richards place in Evelyn Kogers heart. All aboard for Bozeman-in six cars. B H s. 1938 l l - , 20 ' ' ' . , 22 , , - , - ' - - 23 A ' " - f ' I 24 P. . . ' . ' . ' ' , 25 . . . ' ' . D 1 . 25 I' I ' - ll' D -1 Q ' - ' 28 ' . ' l . . , ' 3 ' . - y U . l . - 5 u . . . 1 .A I 1 . - 6 '. . . ' . . . I I 8 . I .-. . V ' n A ' 11 ' ' .A .. . - . I 13 . - . ' ' .Q 15 . . H U . . U - ' A . ' - ' 15 - . t ' . . ' ' - 16 ' , ' 17 N -1 18 ' ' t 19 20 ' 1, 21 Y 22 '- " . 23 24 1 1938 V11 I I LJ .SCHOOL CALENDAR Aprll Maj, May Wlth quakmg hearts fcontestantsb palpltatlng hearts WSIS J Don SJ and hllarxous hearts WMIHZP our cherubs set off for Bozeman Dates bemg made weeks ahead oi tlme for Prom Some hard thmkmg at the campu tests were held Rtter must have thought pretty hard he placed flrst ln the state What a day' We celebrated by taklng ln The Dessert Song the colleglates mus1cal comedy Frank Culbertson surely does at tract the attentlon of those gxrls Oh oh wheres OIIVBQ Eldon esc rfs Daphne to th Bun galow Open house sorority and fraternlt, luncheons endlng up w1th a danc Benton students surely went for lt Cream sodas wll you ever forget? LEWIS Neyland takes out Gladys Games of Bozeman-Good bye Dor othy Iren Roudebush creeps IH at three oclock Wonder where she was and who she was w1th'P Results of th tests were announced The Farewell vxas glven and as much as we hat d to we left for Frank Culbertson acts as mall car rxer between Eleanor Bhler of Boze man 'md Lucllle Mauzey 'Vlary E seelng Dlck C again Last lyceum a Tom Thumb c cus Latn French party Ask Ohve lf she wants a haxrcu Sam fo g ts to be a woman hater and courts Irene R Joe and R bert Weeks re urn from C3.1lfOI'Il1a Mlss McM11Ian announces her en gagement w ll mlss you Dorrxs evuell call thls and see If we get by! North Montana girls gl e club-and did the bots applaud' Country track mee dmd you no tlce the shelks 2 Sprlng band conc rt-Good work' A lo of dlsappomted promenadexs stat home from Hlghwood Jurnor prom Soggy takes Mlss Glllesple for motorcycle rlde Ellnor Schmxdt Gets properly spank ed 1ts her blrthday so does Betty Woodcock June Prof Whorlow fxles for County Sup erlntendent Good luck to you V1c E and Chas C leave for Mls soula track meet Amerlcan hlstory class holds Con gress sess ons ln class Bet we can argue more than our own senatols and representatlves Many of us trek to Geraldine prom Havre band meet hard to get up so early Twenty Junlors decorate furlously Irene Bokovoy and Hllton Roude bush walk hand ln hand down the street Frosh whltevsash B P1cn1c the senlors Jumor prom gala affair Romam Hodxernx banquet fm gers better than knlves eh? Semors sneak away and dld they fool the sch ol Thesplan banque Mm m m Annuals for sale Baccalaureate Rev Copley Day s speaks Class Day-Semos use a sa1lo1 ship ldea Seniors rece1ve thelr sheepskxns WHAT ARE YOU9 Use the 1n1t1al of your flrst name for frrst column and of your last name or second column wkward lusnlng rosseyed afry go 1st1c latfoot 8 8811113 n umpty 1 dl0t1C J u1cy k lassy l ousy m ushy utty opey ed uamt atty nazzy lttermg nmanly xc ous ormy y lem ummy IDDY lhgatcr aboon rayf1sh onkey lephant lammgo g aloot h lppopotamus 1 nsect J ackal k lsser l unatlc m onkey IIWII arasxte ual un s-carecrow xger mcorn amp alrus ylophone ebra F. B. H. S. 27 ' ' 10 . ' ' - - ' ' " I ll " ' " . l . . ' '- 28 ' c . 9-13 ' ' l - 28 i ' S ' ' ' ' ' 4 ' 13 V ' - . ' . 14 - 28 . . - - .1 yn ' ' I ' ' ' . 16 ' - 29 - ' v 1 . v - I 17 U , ' .- -- rv. ' ' 29 O . e " - ' . 20 ' - ' . 29 - . 25 .. - - - - - , . I - 26 . y , -1 Y 29 - l . 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