Fort Benton High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Fort Benton, MT)
- Class of 1939
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Bark IOV. Donald Cronkhlte Laddle Johnson Ray Fenton Donald
Youn Kelth Gordon
Second row Donald Kurth Ellnor Schmldt Grace Martv Joy ce Svkes
Fnst lOVs Margaret Lexus Vlrglnla Murray Bernadme Uptmor
Dorothy Man1e5 Dorothea Dlckens
Ixot 1n plcture Maurlen Ledgerwood
EGIIOT lll Chlef Bernadme Uptmor
Kelth Gordon Frank Culbertson
Margaret LEWIS Rav Fenton
Donald Young Vlfglflla Murrfn
Donald Kurth Donald Cronkhlte
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SUPERINTENDENT ID R HAGIE
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Band 1 2 3 4
Pep Band 3 4
home Ec Club 1 3 4
Latrn Club 1 2 3 4
Mrxed Chorus 1
Parents and Prgtarls
One act Plass 4
Drstrrct Scholarshrp 1
State Scholarshrp 1 2
Transferred from St romas
Hrgh School Great Frlls
Home Ec Club 1 4
Thanks Av.fullv 3
One act Plass 4
X ERN A DREWISKE
Home E Club 1 2
B TY JOHN SON
Home Ec Club 1 2 3 4
Cne act Play 3
GR-XC E WIARTY
Band 1 2
Booster Club 3
Thesprans 3 4
Class Plaxs 3 4
Home Ec Club 1Pre1derrt 43
2 3 4
Xell Leader 4
One act Plaxs 4
Glee Club 4
Band 1 2
B Club 3
Athletr ager 3
A entrnel 3 4
Mxx orus 4
A Radro Broadcast 4
llarsrty Basket ll 3 4
Chorus 1 4
Band 1 2 3 4
Orchestra 1 2
Parents and Prgtarls
Proneer staff 4
Booster Club 3 4
FRANCIb 0 REILLY
Football 1 2 3 4
B Club 2 3 4
Booster Club 3 4
X ONLEY COX
Intramural Basketball 1 2
Varsrty Basketball 2 3
F F A Vrce Presldent 3 4
Band 1 2 3
Boys Chorus 4
Chorus and Octette 1
B Club 4
F F A Radro Broadcast 3
Football 2 3 4
Varsrty Basketball 2 3 4
Band 1 2 3 4
Booster Club 3 4
B Club tPresrdent 43 2 3
Class Presrdent 2
Class Vrce Presrdent 1 3 4
Lads Sprtfrre 3
Parents and Prgtarls 4
DOROTHEA DICKEN S
Home Ec Club 2 3 4
Lady Spltflre 3
Parents and Plgtalls
Th6Sp1aHS 3 4
One act Plaxs 4
Hlstory Club 4
State Scholarslup 3
PIOHEEI Staff 4
Band 1 2 3 4
Booster Club 3 4
Home Ec Club 1Sec1eta1x 43
1 3 4
Parents and Plgtalls
One act Plaxs 4
Glrls Chorus 4
M1X6d Chorus 1
MAURIEN LEDGERW OOD
Glee Club 1 4
Latm Club 3 4
Home Ec Club 1 2 3
Band 1 2 3 4
Pa1ents and Plgtalls 4
Guls Basketball 1 2 4
P1oneer staff 4
MARGARET LEVS IS
Parents and Plgtalls 1
Band and Orchestra 2
Chorus 1 4
L'1t1n Club 1 2 3 4
Home Ec Club 2 3 4
DISETICE Scholalshlp 1
Basketball 2 4
One act Plaks 4
NI AR! ENIBLETON
Home EC Club 1 3
HISIOIN Club 4
One act Plaxs 4
FRANTK Cl LBERTSON
Varsm Basketball 2 3 4
Football 2 3 4
lady Spltfxre 3
Class Presldent 3 4
Booster Club Presxd nt 4
Club 2 3 4
Track 1 2 3 4
Ploneer staff 4
Tlansferred fxom Chestel
F F A Secretary 2
F F A Treasuxer 3
Thesplans 3 4
Lady Spltflfe 3
Basketball 2 3
Track 2 3
Phe Slngapole ldel 4
Stunt Nlght 2
Booster Club 4
Band 1 2 3 4
One act Plans 4
Pep Band 3
Intramural 1 2 3 4
Band 2 3 4
Parents and Plgtalls 4
Vhxed Chorus 1 4
Pep Band 3 4
Orchestra 1 2 3
State Scholarsh1p 1 3 4
DISIFICI Scholavshlp 1 2
WILL 1 JEAN GALBRAITH
Drum Major 3 4
Home Ee Club 2
Stunt Nlght 2
Lads Spltflre 3
Band 3 4
Basketball 1 4
Parents and P1gta1ls 4
Latln Club 1 2 3 4
One act Plays 4
Edltor of Ploneer 4
Class Offlcer 4
Band 2 3 4
Orchestra 1 2 3
Latin Club 1 2 3
Home Ec Club 1
Glee Club 1 4
Basketball 1 4
State Scholarshlp 2
Transferred from Havle
Blology Club 2
Vocatlonal Club 3
Latin Club 4
Home Ec. Club 1-
Latin Club 1-2-3
One-act Plays 4
Glee Club 4
Booster Club Treasurer 3-4
Class Treasurer 3
"Parents and Pigtails" 4
Jazz Orchestra 3
Brass Quartet 2
W ERN CRONKHITE
Band 2 3
Scholarshlp Contest 2
Ml ed Chorus 1
One act Plays 4
Pioneer staff 4
Band and Orchestra 2 3 4
DlStTlCt and State Schol
Class Plays 3 4
Thesplans 3 4
Booster Club 3 4
Chorus 1 4
Intramural Basketball 1
Annual Staff 4
News Notes 4
"Growing Pains' 3
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Home Ec Club 1 2 3
Chorus 1 4
Lady Sprtfrre 3
Hrstory Club 4
Grrls Basketball 4
Ploneer staff 4
DORIN E STEW EN SON
Latm Club 3 4
Home Ec Club 3 4
One act Plays 4
BERN ILE WIOE
Home Ec Club 1
IRENE ROUDEBL SH
Booster Club 3 4
Band 1 2 3
Glee Club 4
Home Ec Club 2
Jazz Orchestra 3
Vlrxed Chorus 1
Transferred from Chester
Glee Club 2
Home Ec Club Treasurer 1
BOB STEINBAC Hi R
Intramural Basietball 1
C HARI FS FLLIOTT
General Course 1
Bovs Chorus 1
F F A Secretary 3 4
F F A Radro Broadca t
Clas rcal Course
Band 2 3 4
Hrgh School Quartette 3
Parents and Prgtarls 4
One act Plays 3 4
Football 1 2
Booster Club 3 4
Latin Club 1 2 3 4
Yell Leader and Marmger
Football 3 4
Intramural 1 2 3
Varsrtv Basketball 3
B Club 3 4
Booster Club 3 4
Lady Sprtfrre 3
Stage Manager 4
Proneer staff 4
Mrxed Chorus 4
RICH XRD BROS! Nl
Transferred from Buffalo
Band 2 3
Boy s Chorus 1 2
Mrxed Chorus 1 2
Box s Quartet 1 2
Home Ec. Club 1-4
Glee Club 4
News Staff 4
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Commerclal Coux se
Mlxed Chorus 1
Home Ec Club 2 3 4
Band 1 2 3 4
Orchestra 2 3
Pep Band 3
One act Plaxs
News staff 4
Transferred f 1 om Fergus
Countx Hxgh School Lew
Home Ec Club 1
Basketball 2 3 4
FRIBI Tl TU IIIF SFVUR9
Ms dear frlends
X ERNT 'NIOE
Latln Club 3 4
D1str1ct Scholarshlp 2
State Scholarshlp 2 4
Four tears ago our teachers brought forth to th1S school a new class conceived in
hbertx and dedicated to the proportlon that all freshmen are created equal
Now we are engaged ID saylng good bxe testlng whether we or any other class can
wlthstand the tragedx of losmg our dear frxends We are met ln a great assembly of this
school We have come to dedlcate a portlon of th1s assemblx to those who so nobly upheld
1ts honor It IS altogether f1tt1ng and propel that we do th1s
But IH a larger sense we cannot dedlcate we cannot consecrate we cannot graduate
these students The great students who struggled so bravelx here have done far abowe our
poor powers to add or detract Our class w11l llttle remember what we survlved here
fmltxatlonl but at cannot forget what thex the senxors dld hele -Clark Hllton
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Sf UUA fl ISS HISIURI
Class of 39
Freshmen entered Fort Benton and started hrgh school were halte
broken and shared bt Sophs
Scnrors kmdlw treated us to an Inrtmtron party 'rnd dtncc fdrdn
we love thc senrors though"'v
We congregated and elected our offrcers Bobbx Martrn presrdent
Dld our brt 'rs socral clrrnbers bw treatrng entrre hrgh school
partx Publrclx cheered because Qenrors were leavrng Isecretlr wer
sorrxr Determrned to see each other next rear
Shed some of our greenness and proceeded to lord rt over freshre
land we knew hovw
Elected officers Kerth Gordon presrdent and gave freshres a rnucl
Threw our brg partx took an 'tctrve part rn Stunt Nlglll
Frrmlx resolwed to studx next rear and promptly went swrmmrng
Started thlrd tear of hrgh school strong strll strugghng tovtarl
success than frnancral
Gave Junror Prom for senrors vtrth a Holland Garden as our then
tvs as rt pr ettt 'U
Prept ed Class Nrg,ht tor senrors and regretfullx send goodbwe
Class of 38
Entered our lftst rear
Inrtratron for Freshres
IIOXR high and mrghtx senrors ,awe the usu
and kept Sophs from murderrng them
Elected class offrcers Frank Culbertson presrdent
Parents and Prgtarls XElIlCll due to M1
hu.,e success Completed our annual thank
Presented class plax
I-Iagres efforts was a
Donned cap and Downs to attend B'1CU1l'1IlIC'lt9 'und Gmduttrt I
ceremonres Sorrx to be leurn x 1 F' B H S So long. and 0
luck future c1'1sses
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PAGE 16 THE PlOllEER F B H S
KLJSS H III JNIJ TLST4lI1'NT
We the Class of 1939 vylsh to leave oul yaluable DOSSCSSIOHS ln the capable han ls
of those yyho yyxll use them to the best advantage
the Juniors yye leave our pos1t1on as seniors yylth all of the prlvlleges xt pro
the Sophomores yye wlll our exceptnonally fme ablllty to absorb knowledge
the Freshmen we bequeath our capaclty for wrltlng notes 1n class tlme and
lo1ter1ng ln the halls You wlll need to cultlvate these arts
I Norma Jones bequeath my yyltty nature and attractiveness to Ellen Ames Make
good use of xt Ellen It goes a long yyay
I Ray Fenton bequeath my curly locks and my mterest ln Bettv Morger to Carl
Tadey Be mee to Betty Carl
I Mary Embleton bequeath my love for tall lanky Loma people to Lenore Frelllng
I Ellnor Schmrdt bequeath my ab1l1ty to fllrt to Dolores Wagner who of course
knows nothlng of the art
I Vonley Cox bequeath my dellcate phvslque to George Stevens It sure helps to
swmg em vyhen vou re danclng the Suzy Q
I Betty Woodcock bequeath my appetlte for syyeets and my school glrl flgure to
Barbara Scott Take my advice Barbara lt makes you Jolly
I Donald Young bequeath my freckles and yya1l1ng slghlng trombone to Jack
Anderson They attract brunettes Jack
Jean Jones bequeath my gxggles and snub nose to Lorraine Baker
Johnny Flshbaugh bequeath my posltxon as yell leader to Betty Schmldt
Vlfgllila Murray bequeath my love for anlmals especlallv for Foxes to Amy
B111 Vlscher bequeath my red curls and sleepy eyes to Ralph Kerl
I Dorothy Manley bequeath my aptltude for school books to Vlolet Llppert It
gets you through Vlolet
I Frank Culbertson bequeath nothmg SIHCS I am Scotch
I Grace Marty bequeath mv charm1ng personallty to Grace Kersch
I Vern Moe bequeath my helght and frall physlque to Charles Stoval'
I Dorme Stevenson bequeath my characterlstlc walk and Swedxsh accent to Patsy
I Kelth Gordon bequeath my ablllty to plck the freshman glrls to Ken Schmldt
Just keep up my good yyork Ken
I Verna DPGWISKC bequeath my ab1l1ty to get em to Grace Tschache Of course
Grace has no say has she Fred"
I Donald Kurth bequeath my basso volce to Clark Hllton It appeals to Annabelles
I Maurren Ledgerwood bequeath my syylft strlde and fxttlng n1ckname Sllppery
to Anna Collins Its somethlng to l1ye up to Anna
I Rlchard Brown bequeath my soda yerklng technlque to Dorothv Ronnmg
I Irene Roudebush bequeath my small stature and blonde locks to Patty Wackel
l1n It appeals to H1ghW0Odlt8S Patty
I Donald Cronkhlte bequeath my fatherly complex to Jack Anderson from Mon
tague It gets you ln all he plays Jack
I Joyce Svkes bequeath my expresslye ey es and long evelashes to Isabel Nagengast
Thls appeals to all the boys Isabel
I Laddle Johnson bequeath my Nash s1x car to Bob Bowker so that lt w1ll be
easier to get avyay Bob
I Bernadme Uptmor bequeath my posltlon as edltor of the annual to any one who
thmks he can handle It
I Dorothea Dlckens bequeath my many love letters to next years basketball team
I Edgar Sykes bequeath my loye for the opposlte sex to Bob Martm yyho 1S 1n due
need of lt
I Margaret Lfevyxs bequeath my Interest ln Billy Anderson to Lols Leyy IS Just to
keep lt ln the famlly
I Sam Oyyens bequeath my pal Gordon Rommger to Freda Wlgger Dont abuse
I Jeanne Haker bequeath my qulet nature to Royal Archer Sometimes It pays
m the long run Royal
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I Francls ORCIIIV bequeath my weakness for blondes to Walter Weeks
I Ellls Chaney bequeath my characterl IIC walk and talk to Daryl Hagle
I Chrlstme Humes bequeath my housekeeplng profession to Leona Swanson Lyle
w1l1 appreciate lt Leona
I Vern Cronkhlte bequeath my sc1ent1f1c knowledge to Johnny Sullxvan
I Bob Stembacher bequeath my meat cuttlng technique to Billy Kelly Its
good pastlme B111
I Dlck Chappell bequeath my tall stature to D1ck Bateman It s n1ce to look down
Dlck mstead of up
I Joseph Bear bequeath my school boy flgure to B111 Louther
I Wllla Jean Galbraxth bequeath mv tw1rl1ng tactlcs to Sylvla Wolf Make good
use of ll Sylvxa
I Betty Johnson bequeath my soft drawlmg yolce to Mary Gray
I Bernice Moe bequeath my shyness and bashfulness to Vlrgmla Swanson Some
txmes 1ts appealmg Vlrglnla
I L1ll1an Stelnbacher bequeath my freckles and curly eyelashes to Jean Reynolds
It doesn t keep you from stardom Jean Look at Janet Gaynor
I Charles Elllott bequeath my rowdy nature to Jerry Sweeney Its really CXCIIIIIE,
I Jack Chappell bequeath my talkatlve lnstlncts to Edith Culbertson
I Elsle Chaney bequeath my temperamental nature to Ollve Stevens
I Lewis Neyland bequeath my camera and flash bulbs to B111 Schmldt who already
knows how to use them
We the graduatmg class do hereby wltness and affix our seal to th1s our last
wlll and testament
LLAbS PRUPHLC, l
Dear Mr Hagle
I have almost fmlshed my tour axound the world and belleve it Ol not I haye seen
all of my classmates ol the class of thlrty nme
Upon leavlng New Yo1k I was glven a farewell party by Bernadlne Uptmor one
of the 400s foremost soclalltes Wlule I was takmg my mormngs stroll about the shlp
I met Keith Gordon busily swabbmg the decks Kelth savs that he got hls start from
Sea Scoutlng on the MISSOUTI RIVCI
My flrst stop was ln England and as I was on a slght seeing trlp I stopped at
small cottage and was surprlsed upon belng recelved by Mrs S1d Kurth 1Grace Martyr
Drewlske the styllst had just opened a new classlc shop 1n London catermg to royalt
After leavmg England and arr1v1ng at the Chateau Du Bois ln France where tha'
dashing play boy Count Vein Moe lxyes ln splendor I saw Dorlne Stevenson the renowned
hat deslgner of Paris Her most recent dCSlgl1 was the doll hat a la Blrd of Paradlse
I met Elmor Schmldt Cox the world champlon flgure skater and her husband
Vonley Cox who lS the S A P foreman of Montague honeymoonmg at St Morltz ln
When I arrlyed ln Italy and was vleymg the almy I saw that gallant Red ORe1lly
who IS dxctator of Italy I was also gleeted by hls flancee Joyce Sykes who was formexly
Mrs Roval Archex
Whxle cllmbxng the pyramlds ln Egypt I came upon Lewls Neyland and hls fue
sons ewcayatmg mummles As I was huntmg for souvemrs at a stleet fazr ln Bombay
Indla I met Jeanne Haker charmlng her famou group of cobras I saw Laddle Johnson
I1 China pulling the daughtel of a rlch Clnnaman xn a r1ckshaw I was certamly sul
prlsed to see h1m IH that l1ne of busmess He said that Bernlce Moe one of Amerlca
most glamorous opera stars was smgxng ID an exclusxye cabaret ID Shanghal Her accom
pamst was Elsle Chaney that noted concert planlst
On contmulng my Journey lnto the dense jungles of Afrlca I was most astounded
upon enterlng a vlllag of Cannibals to fmo Dorothea Dlckens Young and her co partnex
Donald Young havmg a dxfflcult Job teachmg the cannlbals how to eat wlth forks
Havmg had an enjoy able voyage to South Amerlca I saw Richard Brown m the
coffee flelds of Brazxl plckmg coffee oeans and across the l1ne from hmm Ray Fenton was
ID Argentma thmnm sugar beets Rays curls were somewhat faded because of the
mtense heat of that country He told me that Wllla Jean Galbralth was one of the mos'
sklllful rumba dancers of MEXICO and lt lS rumored that she IS to gxve a grand perfotm
ance before the presldent of Meuco Bob Stelnbacher who staged a coup detat to gam
control of that country
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I sailed to Cuba and upon arriving there was greeted by Norma Jones who IS now
the president of the Red Flannel Undl Company She has a thriving business and is
considering branchlng out lnto other Latin American countries Dick Chappell who has
a knee pants factorv in Egvpt IS financing her enterprise After going through the
Panama Canal through whlch Donald Cronkhite had swum and obtained the title of
Streak of Panama I arrived in I-Iawau wnere I attended a gala night performance where
the leadlng entertalner a well known hula dancer was none other than Maurlen Ledger
wood She achieved her success through the efforts of her brilliant instructor Bill
Vischer Bill told me that Vern CIOllkhlff6 was the professor of physics at the Un1vers1'y
Then I took a clipper up to Alaska To my surprise Betty Woodcock was our
charming air hostess She said that among her passengers she had seen Christine Humes
who is the personal maid of that famous movle actress Jean Jones Jean was voted the
best dressed woman of 1954
I passed through the Falmer s Paradise in Alaska and there I saw Joe Bear who
has a nice farm and is happily married to Lillian Stexnbacher Lllllan you remember
was the flrst woman governor of Montana back in 1952 In Canada I came across John
Fishbaugh who is one of the famous Mountles He has carried on the tradition of
alwavs getting his man and his woman too
Upon entering Seattle I visited Ellls Chaney who runs a fish hatchery there We
attended a play and saw Donald Kurth in his famous characterization of Hamlet I
went backstage afterwards and talked to Donald for awhile He sand that Margaret
Lewis was in Salt Lake City running Dotty Lous Hamburger Inn
I attended a rodeo ln Dallas Texas where Sam Owens was the champion steel
rxder of Texas He says the longer the horns the better I like em From there I
journeyed on to Washxngton D C and visited our first woman president of the United
States Betty Johnson I started on my return trlp to my old Fort Benton home and
Corporation While in Chicago we attended the Worlds Series where Charles Elliott
was the star pitcher for the Cubs and Edgar Sykes star catcher
Then I returned to Fort Benton where I found Frank Culbertson following ln the
footsteps of his father I attended a dance at Hlghwood and there I met Irene Roude
bush Zanto She was thoroughly exasperated at having to pay two dollars for hiring
someone to take care of her off spring You know he has the reputation of being the
rough neck of Highwood Irene told me that Mary Embleton is an athletic instructor
at the University of Montana I also visited Virginia Murray Fox in Fort Benton She
and her husband run a large dairy there in partnership with her brother in law and his
wife They also have a iabblt farm
I thlnk I have gossipped enough so I had better slgn off I am g0lIlg to return to
Egvpt to Join my husband and five sons next month I give you mv best wishes for a
successful year serving as professor of Yale College
Mrs Dorothy Manley Nevland
The senior play Parents and Pigtails a comedy in three acts was presented
December 2 The plot was built around a typical American family who became deeply
involved ln a quarrel due to confllctlng plans for spending a years vacation
Leading characters were Maurlen Ledgerwood who portrayed the part of Mrs
Robinson Donald Clonkhlte as Dudley Robinson her husband Sandra Dorothea
Dickens Pat Margaret Lewis and Elalne Elinor Schmidt as members of the Robinson
family Sam Decker a frlend Ray Fenton Ken Bristol a radio announcer Keith
Gordon John Richards an insurance salesman and minor characters Willa Jean Gal
bralth Norma Jones Grace Marty Dorothv Manley and Lewis Neyland
The play was most successful and all members of the cast contrlbuted to make t
a productlon to be remembered
stopped in Chicago to see Jack Chappell who is the president of the Willing Meat Packers
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B111 Anderson Edlth Culbertson
Second rovv Annabelle Stanton Walter Baack
Rxtter Nad1ne Llppert Kenneth Schmxdt
Th1rd rovs Norman Tacke Isabel Nagengast
Fourth rovv Yvonne Urton Joe Weeks Anne
Stovall Edna Bennett John Baack
Fxfth rovv Charles Sprmgs Gladvs Moe Wavne Whltehorn Annabelle Brlese George Hazen Irene
Bokovov Everett Beecher June Hollre1gh
Qmth rovv Ollve Stevens John Walker Allce Callnns Robert Koepp Alvce Lang Robert Meredlth
Irene Bratz Vern MCKIHIHX
Seventh rovx Tom Wharram Florence Wlllett Dlt Bateman Rosemarv Imbert B111 Kelly VIOIGT,
L1ppert Charles Walker Elsa Hagen
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F. B. H. S. THE PlOIlEER PAGE 21
JIWIUII Cl 'ISS Hl9l'lIlyl'
Wrth an army of sryrty nrne the freshmen of 1936 brayely scouted enemy terrrtory
Led by General MCKIDIHW who recerved hrs orders from Borchers Lreutenant Mrller
and Trusty Scrrbe Bennett we boldly faced the mad attack of the frerce Algonqurns
'Semorsl What began as a massacre ended rn a rrotous pow wow We smoked the
prpe of peace rn a return pow wow tlcus puttmg ourselves on the map as promrsrng
prlvates The war suspended we were grven our furloughs wlth allowances for late leave
Tramp' Tramp' Tramp' the Prrvates 1Sophsr were marchmg on a new battle
ground rn the new school burldrng Strll led by General McK1nlav but under a drfferenf
commander rn chlef Mr Hess Stovall succeedrng Mrller and Bennett worthrly contrnurng
he posrtron of scrrbe we rebelled agarnst opposrng forces and pulled for ourselves We
declared ourselves free and rndependent at our Sophomore party and overcame the last
obstacles exams to adjourn before undertaking Sargeants 'Jumorr qualrfrcatrons
We Sargeants the students of the Junror Class rn order to form more perfect
harmony record ourselves rn mrnds of fellow students rnsure frlendly cooperatron pro
vrde for frnances promote the standards and morals of Fort Benton Hlgh School secure
the blessrngs of educatron to ourselves and lower classmen do ordaln and establrsh thr
constrtutron of the Junror Class of the Fort Benton Hrgh School
In the course of Juruor events rt became necessary to promote our offrcers to hrgher
posrtrons Those promoted were Vern McK1nlav commander rn chref Kenneth
Schmrdt major and Edna Bennett battalron sponsor and Mrss Isabel Buckland as
captarn We successfully carrred out the tradrtron of the army by presentrng Sprrng
Fever The annual mrlrtarv ball was held on May 19
Leavlng the old fort because of bombardment we retrr ed to aw art a new year whrclr
we hope wrll brrng us new challenges
CLASS OFFICI' Rb
Presldent Vern McKrnlav
Vrce Presrdent Kenneth Schmrdt
Secretary Treasurer Edna Bennett
Sponsor Mrss Isabel Buckland
Say old man what happened to that
old parrot of yours that was such a great
Songs rn the News
Lawyers Song Sweet Sue
Oh I marrred you know and rt d1e'l
of fr broken heart
Jealousy I suppose
Mr Hess Jones what does HNO3
Norma Wel ah er Iye or rt rrghr
on the t1p of my tongue
Hess Well youd better sprr rt out
Its nrtrlc acld
Mrss Hagle Now Johnny express rn
other words the sentence He was bent
on seerng the grrl
Johnny The srght of the grrl doubled
Vern McK1nlay Drd you ever take
Elrnor Schmidt No who teaches rt"
Dorothy Manley Oh I srmply adore
that new Jrtter bug step Where dld you
prck rt up?
LEWIS Neyland Jrtter bug nothrn
Im losmg my garter
Restaurants Song Dmah
Hamburgers Song Headrn for the La
Hangman s Song It Don t Mean
Munster 'at baptism of one of our
studentsr Hrs name please
Mother Randolph Horatrus Mont
gomery Morgan Chrrstopher McGoof
Mmrster 'to asslstantl More yyate
Norma Jones who was aw ay from home
wrote a letter to a frlend back home
Dear Leona she said Im so aw fu
sorry to trouble you but Ive come awa
wrthout puttrng any thrng out for the ca
Would you please put somethmg out fo
rt'P It wrll eat anythmg but dont pu
Hubby What are we havrng for des
sert tonrght dear?
Wrfey Sponge cake I sponged tr e
eggs from Mrs Brown the flour frorr
Mrs Smlth and the mrlk from M
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Sprlng Fever a college scene the day before graduation was presented on Ap11l
14 by the yumor class Thls play a farce rn tl ree acts presented many hllarrous sltua
tlons rn whlch dlsaster was mtelmmgled wrth tom foolery
The cast conslsted of Howard Brant a senior student Vern McK1n1ay Ed Burns
a chemrstry student Everett Jacobsen Vrc Lew lb an art student Kenneth Enge Mr and
Mrs Purcell Howard Bokoyoy and Rosemary Imbert Lou Herron a yournalrsm student
Edrth Culbertson Anne Purcell Howards fiancee Leona Swanson Vrvran George Vlcs
francee Nadme Lrppelt Mrs Spangler landlady at the boarding house Elsa Hagen
Aunt Maud Howards wealthy aunt Edna Bennett Professor Bean zoology rnstructor
George Hazen and Presldent Drxon Donald Rltter
The play kept the audlence rn laughter and nervous antrcrpatron due to the
numerous explosions rn the chemxcal laboratory and the reall tlc scenes from college hfe
yery well portray ed by all members of the cast
PEA CLIN I'RUl1EN4l2l'
Here was a frosty prom with no frost brtten ears' And rt was lovely even rn the
sprrngtrme Blue and white and black were dehghtful formal colors and provrded a.
grand background for brlght dresses and dark su1ts The gym was transformed by these
colors lnto a huge rce cave and hung wlth trers and trers of snow sprrnkled rcrcles drrp
ping from a blue sky from hghts from wmdows-everywhere you looked' Roval blue
lrghts for color and extra sparkle wrth a shlmmerrng row of northern hghts IH the
rear of the gym made the scene dlmly cool realrstrc and faxntly romantlc' The
orchestra was fenced Ill bv rcebergs and fa solemn row of pengulns perched themselves
rn front of the plavers Could the Junrors help lt 1f the saxophonlst or the cornetlst also
looked hke a penguin? The Pengum Flop the North Pole Antarctxc Stomp made
the dances ey en sound cold rn fact more than a few people often shghtly shxver ed The
crownlng of the Snow Queen was the climax of the evenmg
Wrth a fmal pronouncement of a most successful and beautrful prom thanks to
the Junrors and their sponsor IVIISS Isabel Buckland all departed from the Land of the
Mldlllght Sun to the Land of Morpheus
fHF TIN IIHIIIJNIIIIIVVIS
Fnst Thou shalt not be on time for thy classes
Second Thou shalt not study thy exams untrl the nlght before exams and then cram
Th11d Thou shalt on changmg classes speak m a loud vorce and on exam days smg
the school song
Fourth Thou shalt skrp school when thou feels lrke lt It makes less work for the facu ty
Flfth Thou shalt wrlte mark and carve 1n1t1als on all the walls and doors of the ne J
school 4Fools names fools facesx
Slxth Thou shalt not study ln the assembly It rs reserved for conversatlon and couples
Seventh Thou shalt not let thy studles rnterfcre wlth thy dates or outsrde actrvxtles
Elghth Thou shalt walk on the lawn at all posslble txmes It sayes mowmg lt
Nmth Thou shalt study durmg assembly programs Speakers do not lrke to feel self
Tenth Thou shalt take heed of the foregolng commandments and govern thy self accord
mgly Maurren Ledgerwood
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Whlte Edgar Tacke Lorene Stranahan
Se ond rovn Dorothx Johnson Warren I-Iallex LOIS LCVKIS Patr1c1a Svseenex Dorothx Worrall Clarence
Stevenson Carles Mf'Cau1ax Roxal Archer
Thlrd rovx B111 Schmldt Maman Bovlker Georg Stevens Bob Martm Irene Colbx Donald Adams
Fourth rom Grace Tschache Arnum Wrlex Shl 'ey Youno Dean Elhott Freda Wlgger Jack Anderson
Flfth rovx Kenneth Morrovs Irene Schanche Vlr 11 Small Estella Drevuske Merl Gall Annle Johnson
Sneth rovs Georg1ana Uptmor Wallace Morger El en Ames Howard Bokosox Amt Hanson Vernon
Woods Agnes DeBru1n Dudlex James
Sexenth rovx Russell Kurth Leona Jackson Eug ne Ronnlnv Agnes Stem Lexxex Lorenzen Dela Rae
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SUPHU IIURF HISTORY
Last year we embarked on our marden voyage on the plrate ship Fresh Manne
LOUIG Russell headed the crew Long John Rommger was flrst mate Wally Morger kept
the log land a mxghtv bloody one lt wasv and Georgre Uptmor counted the gold On
our frrst plunderlng expedrtron we captured Mlss Grllesple as sponsor The crew from
an enemy shrp the Sen Yore forced us all to walk the plank on roller skates but we
survlved and gave them a party on a desert 1sle Next we plundered the galleons Stunt
Nlght and Kodak Day sallrng off wlth flrst and second prrzes Later we crossed lanes
wrth the Sen Yore agam and were forced to whltewash the decks Then we sarled
away for the Sophomore Maln
This year we embarked on a larger stolen shlp the Sopho More We made all our
old offxcers walk the plank and with Bob Martm as plrate captarn Dorothy Worrall as
mate and George Stephens to keep track of the treasure we agam captured Mlss Harrlet
Grllesple That old enemy the Sen Yore Wlth a different crew robbed us of our right
to make the Fresh Manne crew walk the plank rn balbarous costume We went ashore
on a cannlbal lsle and gave all the cannlbals a party the Mutmeers furnlshmg musrc
Presldent Bob Martln
V1ce Presldent Dorothy Worrall
Secretary and Treasurer George Stevens
Sponsor Mrss Harriet Grllesple
Accordmg to Montana weather tradrtlons Proneer Day tarted off wlth the usual
clouds and showers but the sun peeped through enough to enable takmg prctures The
parade found the majorrty of the students and facultv clad ln various scant and comlc
In addrtlon to the program of varled stunts and sk1ts grven by the classes and
organrzatlons the student body went collegrate and held a jam sessron to clrmax events
The sophomores captured the prrze for the best stunt a burlesque show featurlng
exght graceful and daxnty dancrng g1rls Other prrzes were awarded to Agnes DeBru1n
as the devrl and Carl Tadey a sweet refrned grrl
young Englrsh teacher who began teach
mg rn the grades She opened her flrst
class by lay mg down the law tellmg the
krds what would be expected of them
and above all what would not be pe'
mltted She sald There are two words
that I posltxvely w1ll not allow anyone to
use rn thls class They are lousy and
She paused a moment to let lt slnk rn
but Jack Anderson lsophr got lmpaflem
and asked What are the words teach
Soclallsm If you own two cows you
grve one to your nerghbor
Commumsm You grye both cows t
the goy ernment and the government gry es
you back some of the mllk
Fasc1sm You keep the cows but grye
the mllk to the government whlch sells
some of It back to you
New Dealrsm You shoot one cow mrlk
the other and then pour the mllk doyyn
vently He drove stralght to hrs goal
He looked nelther to the rlght nor to the
left but pressed forward moved by '1
defmrte purpose Neither frrend nor foe
could delay htm or turn htm from hr
course All who crossed hrs path dld so
at the1r own per1l What would you call
such a man'P
A taxr drrver shouted a volce from
Dudley James chased the tram to the
end of the platform but falled to 031011
t As he slowly walked back mopprng
hrs brow an mterested person Grace
Dld you mrss your tram"
Dudley Oh not so yery much yy
the dlsalmmg reply You see I neyer
got to know lt yery well
Sherlock Holmes Ah Watson I see
you have on your wmter underwear
Watson Marvelous Holmes marvelous'
Hoyy drd you ever deduce that?
Holmes You forgot your pants
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Third rott B111 Loutner Mabel Stexens Keith Nexland Lucille Callison George Calkins Margaret
Fourth iovt Velma Ames Leonard Steinbacher Bet x S hmidt William Tope Jr Loraine Baker Jack
Anderson Vlarx Ciat Carl B1at7
Fiftll rov. Dale Taxlor Virginia Svtanson Carl Tadej Elsie Ritland Alton Dremske Lenore 171161111
Loren Ritter Ja queline Castoi
Sixtn ion Dorotnx Running Tom MacKenzie Ber na Lundx Kenneth Vinton Delores Frlelmg Warren
Stanton Baibara Scott Bill Koepp
Sexenth row Clark Hilton Sxlxia Wolfe James Wood Dolores Vkagnei Donald Rust VIarJo11e Jones
Frank Clark Patricia Wackerlin
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F. B. H. S, THE PIOHEER PAGE 29
FRESH IIA N HlSTORl
Thls fall the Freshmen passengers took off m the Empress Cvreenhorn that was
to carry them through four years of hlgh school
We flrst had to choose our pilot co pllot and mechamc Daryl Hagle was chosen
pllot and Dlck Moses was co pilot ln case the weather happened to get rough Edward
Dxckens was chosen as our mechanxc and Mlss Ila Grace I-Iagle was our hostess who
constantly assured us of a pleasant Journey
The flrst two weeks we hlt several alr pockets the flrst one being IH the form of
1n1t1at1on Some of the passengers were rather weak after that Jolt After an enemy
alrshlp the Senlorlte ceased to torment us we had a clear sky ahead We then landed
the plane at the Freshae airport where we entertalned the enemy shlp the Senlorlte
At the end of the flrst semester a few passengers balled out ln the mldst of the
storm of examlnatlons
Wh1le crossmg Montana we had a radlo broadcast rn whxch many of our passengers
took part those present were a few noted radlo celebrxtles namely
Jeannette McDonald 1 Jean Reynolds! and Nelson Eddy 4B111V Loutherl Edna Mae
Ol1ver 1Lora1ne Bakery Patsy Kellev 4Al1C6 Galbralthl Martha Raye 1Betty Schmldtn
Al Jolson 4Johnnv Sulllvanr Benny Goodman rD1ck Moses? Ben Bernle 8a Orchestra
1Stanley Whltehom dlrectorl Marle Wllson 4Velma Amesl and Zazu Pltts 4Lurene
Andersonl This program was broadcast over statlon F B H S on Ploneer Day
We made a three polnt landmg after our flrst adventurous year on the Empress
Greenhorn The sh1p w1ll be re chrlstened and take up 1ts fllght early ln September
Presxdent Daryl Hagle
Vlce Presldent Dlck Moses
Secretary and Treasurer Edward Dlckens
Sponsor Miss Ila Grace Hagle
CUJNQI IST UF I HH IHS UMD
the fear George Washlngton must have felt m Valley Forge how Alexander must have
Ielt as he was about to cross the Tyne Fear showed IH everv actlon hrs face was pale
and drawn hls hands shook and his knees wobbled Surely lt had needed no more
courage for Major Andre to face hanglng than lt now took hlm to do hlS Job
Now he was movlng down the street to h1s Doom or hls Happiest Moment Could
Leonadls at Thermopalae have faced a gxeatel per1l9
At the gate he thought I must go through Now h1s mouth was parched and
his lxps cracked Hls large eyes stared out of deep sockets Agaln he wondered lf the
Swlss hero who took many swords lnto hls body to save hls country could have had 1
task of as great lmportance and as hard as the one hc now had
At the door he was shaklng Should he knock? HIS knuckles nearly touched the
door once He felt llke Anthony who fell on a sword to end h1s l1fe Death l1ke that could
not be harder than this Then he dld knock' Flammg plctures flashed through hls
mmd He felt the fear the anxlety and undeclded feeling Caesar must have felt as he
was about the cross the Rubicon Now the fear his face showed even Shakespeare would
have been unable to describe He felt wxth as much fear as Socrates had felt courae
that he too was belne handed a glass of hemlock
Then the door opened and he felt hke lNathan Hale must have felt on the gallows
Hls mouth was so drw he could scarcely speak
Fmalls he blurted out the questxon wlnch seemed far harder to ask than xt must
have been when Klng Phlllp asked for the hand of Ellzabeth or when Columbus asked fo1
shlps to go to Amerlca
He waxted shuffhng his feet ln fear for the so lmportant answer Governor Dm
wxddle of Vlrgmla could not have walted more HDXIOUSIS for an answer from George
Washlngton than he now waited for thls 'Inen acceptance' Hrs Joy was so great that
the Jos of Welhngton at the defeat of Napoleon at Waterloo seemed uncomparable Ex en
the Jos Drake felt when he was knlghted by Queen Ellzabeth seemed unlmportant xn
comparlson Our hero murmured I came I saw I conquered
Yes Kelth had gotten hls flrst date w 1th Pat Mabel Stexens
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THIL NEW HIGH SCHOUL
It IS mth regret that we the seniors of 1939 leave Fort Benton school wslthout the
opportunity of attendlng the new hlgh school
Classes have been held ln rather crowded quartexs smce the old bulldlng burned ln
1937 Startmg next year the students at Fort Benton I-hgh School wlll enter the new
bulldxng They wxll enjoy the many up to date fac1l1t1es that are found only m the larger
well equlpped hlgh schools of the state
I w1ll comment brlefly on a few features of the new bulldlng
The commercial department IS a school ln ltself It 1s equipped vuth an offxce
practlce room like a modern offlce where the future busmess men and women are execu
uves even lf only for a day
The sclence laboratory wlll be equlpped wlth the latest scxentxfxc tables and an
aquarlum They will have the most up to date equlpment ayallable for hlgh school
The Smlth Hughes and manual trammg departments are large and well lighted
allovnng the students plenty of space and machlnery for efficlent workmanshlp
The large audltorlum wlll be one of the greatest beneflts to the communlty It
mll be permanently seated with upholstered opera chairs
The muslc room IS built directly behind the stage making lt com enlent for muslcal
programs and rehearsals
There wxll be a flreproof projectlon room and a projector yyhlch vull make possible
the use of educatlonal plctules
The bulldmg wlll be heated and ventxlated by the Uni Vent system
Mr Hague the school board the archltect and the taxpayers have made posslble
thxs opportunxty of advancement ln modern educatlonal faclhtles whxch the students of
tomorrow will enjoy
Presldent of the Semor Class
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OUR .SCHOOL HOUSE
She stands there at dawn
Lot mlhdlng strong wxnds
A day IS awakenm work
Gone IS the laughter gone
The doors will swmg open
Shops w1ll start hummlng they ll make such a
so strong and so bold
nor bltter harsh cold
to be done
IS the fun
the day w1ll begm
Now when the day closes we gaze w1th delight
At the sllent dark bu1ld1ng and the fast falhng
For wrapped ln the darkness she radiates yet
That 11ght of good w1ll we vull never forget
FRESHMAN S LAMENT
The boy stood m the empty hall
Whence all but he had fled
He couldnt flnd h1s class room
And he wlshed that he were dead
He trled the flrst door on the rlght
It looked like Engllsh class
But when he opened vslde the door
There stood a quiet lass
Is there somethmg here for you my bo 9
Asked this angel of a mald
Oh' You re lookmg for your English
Th1s IS the second grade
A mule has two legs on behlnd
And tvso legs before
You stand behxnd before you flnd
What the tvyo behlnd be for
Betty S hmldt
Mxss Buckland Sparkv who vsa
Sparky Anne Boleyn was a flat lron
MISS Buckland What on earth do you
Sparky Well lt says nere xn the H1s
tory book Henry havlng d1SD0SPd f
Cather1ne pressed hls sult wlth Anne
Riddle Why IS a crack 1n a cha11
bottom l1ke a pol1ceman9
Answer Because It w1ll pmch you II
you do not park rlght
F IS for Fenton a Senior so fme
B IS r Bokovoy a Junlor dlvlne
Halley a Sophomore so mean
Sulhvan a Freshman so green
Were you ever ln Holland?
No but Ive been ln Dutch
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Second row B Schmldt W Baack
Thlrd row Managers J Anderson R Fenton
Fourth rov. K Schmldt F Culbertson W Halle
Qxxth row R Archer V MCK1D13Y K Gordon R Koepp B Koepp J Baack E Nottmgham G Hazen
Qeventh row E Chanex R Kurth E Cox J Weeks V Cox B Kells C Stovall D Kurlh
Center Coach Joe Zlle and Asslstant Coach Adrxen Hess
Fifth row: DH. Roudebush. O'Rei11Ay. Q I U
F. B. H, S. THE PlOTlEER PAGE 33
Thrs years football season was as usual full of surprrses the fnst of whrch
occurred when Joe Zrle found that he had better than three complete teams on the freld
at one trme and that there were twenty srx reportrng for yarsrty practrce
From these candrdates Zrle developed the frrst team that he could rrghtfully
'md proudly say was coached by no one but hrmself havrng started coachrng the boys
who were playrng therr last football at Fort Benton thrs season and he had reason to
be justly proud of thrs team because although the Longhorns had one of therr hardest
schedules they came through wrth one of then best records losrng only one game 'rnd
that belng to Cut Bank for Drstrrct Champlon honors
The frrst game wrth the Great Falls Reserves was full of the usual early season
blunders but consrderrng thrs the boys played good ball to defeat the Baby Brsons 24 7
The next game really showed tnat Benton had the stuff for a champronshlp team as
they trounced the Dutton Redbrrds 20 6 A week later the Longhorns journeyed to
Chrnook and came from behrnd rn the second half and took the much heavrer Sugar
beets squad 12 6 The next scalp was added to our belt when we easrly defeated Belt
on a muddy freld 19 6 Probably the brggest surprrse of the season occurred when For
Benton let Conrad score three touchdowns rn the frrst quarter and then oyercame tht
lead to defeat the Cowboys 23 19 The annual football feud between Brg Sandy and
Fort Benton ended thrs year rn a 0 0 tre as both teams showed poor offense due to the
heayv footrng Our next rrvals the Havre Reseryes trled hard but these representitrye
from the crty of the Blue Ponres were frnally defeated 19 13
After havrng defeated all the teams rn thrs drstrrct the Benton Longhorns were
elrgrble to compete 111 the drstrlct champronshlp game yyhxclr was play ed agarnst Cut Bank
at Cut Bank Thrs game was probably the best one of the year as both teams were
evenly matched and the result of the match yyas neyer posrtrye untrl the yery last 111111
utes of the fourth quarter However the Cut Bank Wolyes had a passrng attack thr
the Longhorns farled to frgure out untrl rt was too late and consequently came out at the
lrttle end of a 9 0 score
All rn all how ey er we belreye that Coach Zlle and the boys who made up the squad
are to be complrmented on therr excellent performance thrs tear and partrcularly on the
way the squad members obseryed the trarnrng rules yyhrch were more rrgrdly enforced
than eyer before
The sport yyrrter of the Havre paper prcked out an all Northern Dryrsron team
Three Longhorns made thrs team Frank Culbertson fullback Kerth Gordon center
Warren Halley guard Those who receryed honorable mentron were Donald Kurtr
guard Vern McK1nlay end Hrlton Roudebush halfback
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PAGE 34 THE PlOT1EER F. B. H. S.
INIR llll It ll HIUH1 Ill 1938
Twxentx hlgh school boxs ind twelxe g1ade boxs took p'11t 111 mtramural football
The bots x1e1e d111ded IIIIO teams as nearlx equal Ill ab1l1t1 as 1t was posslble to get them
Thex plated '1 double l0UDdlOb11l The members of the Xkllllllllg team V619 presented
mth 111d111dual n1edals
STAN DIN Gb
Team Won Lost POIIHS
Ind1v1duals on each team
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Othexs xx ho plax ed some xxexe
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About fOlIX fue boxs took p'11t Ill lllU?lIIlUl81 basketball tlns xefu Thex 11e1e cl
11dtd 11110 foux teams on the basls of classes as fat as posslble The Jun1o1s follov.111,,
the pzecedent of the past two xmls xxon the t1tle fo1 vthlch each membet 1ece11ed
medal 0I'Ilbl9lTldIlC of tl1e 11011018 thex V011 Challes Walkex was hlgh po1nt n1an vuth
A1thu1 Bennett second NIOIIOW had the best pelcentage of fleld goals made Moss
and M0lgGl xxexe t1ed fOI best pexcentage ol flee thlovts
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Niembus of tl1e teams
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The Longhorn Basketeers contlnued thelr tradltlonal w1nn1ng streak bv defeatm
twentv of the twentx four teams that then tangled horns w1th two of Wh1Ch defeats we1e
suffered at the hands of Class A teams thls year
The squad started fast and waded thlough the usual warm up games w1th H1 h
wood Fort Shaw Gelaldlne and Blg Sands Wlth l1ttle d1ff1cu1tv We cont1nued th1
wlnnlng streak for th1rteen games untll the Kallspell bows a class A team trounced
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The Longhorns easllx won the counts tournament and next we advanced to the
DISITICI tournament whxch was also won after a 11ttle compet1t1on from Dutton Cente1
Vllle and Fort Shaw The Longhorns then advanced to the Reglonal State Tournament
We won our f1rst game w1th WlHH6ft 18 14 after four quarters of very dead basketbal
The next mght we plated one of the best games 1n the tournament w1th the Brockto1
Ind1ans who defeated us 1n the last fortv f1ve seconds of play 33 30 After th1s heaxt
breaker the Longhom Benton1tes defeated the Nashua team the next mornlng 3:1 23 and
that n1ght were trounced probablv because of the loss of Rltter ace forward and the
genexal worn out condltlon of the entlre team by the Chlnook Sugarbeeters to the tun
of 21 12 thus Benton recexved fourth place 1n the Reglonal
We the graduatlng class expect greater thmgs of next vears squad because th
Longhorns ale graduatmg onlx three of thls vears vars1tv ten and we should have even
'1 greate1 team than thls xear
1938 1939 1938 1939
F B H S Opponents F B H S Opponents
Great Falls RESGINGS
Great Falls Reserves
F1eld Free P01s0112ll Total
Goals TIIIOWS Fouls
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23 .218 12 51
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34 .200 20 48
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THE PIONEER F B H S
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Standlng Jean Rewnolds Bernadme
Uptmor Helen Blrkeland Margaret
Bxrkelanc. Agnes DeBru1n Velma
Slttmg Lenore Frlehng Amt Han
son Allce Galbralth
The glrls basketball team was organlzed under the leade
shxp of Mxss Iva Jane McCrory about the mlddle of Janual
About thntx SIX gxrls turned out
Towards the close of the season the freshman and sophc
mo e teams plated a prel1m1nar5 game for the H1gllWOOC'
Benton game Tne fleshman team was the wlnner
Pour teams were organxzed for a tournament held ln Febu
an Margaret Blrkeland s team won this contest The gam
pla ed be x een classes resulted ln a tle
Teams oxganl ed for the season were
Lols Lewls Captam Dorlne Stevenson Captalr
Dela Rae Carver
Nadlne Llppert Captam
Wllla Jean Galbraith
Margaret B1rkeland Capta
B rnad1ne Uptmor
The track season was slow ln staltmg Ih1S wear but about twentw athletes reported
lor practlce regularlt The track team had a great deal of competltlon th1S wear The
first track meet was 1n Great Falls followed bs a dual meet wlth Belt at Fort Benton
Then thes went to Havre and the following week several of the members went to the
state track meet at Mlssoula
Fort Benton placed flfth ln the Great Falls meet Those who placed were Warren
Hallex flrst ID shot put Joe Weeks Ilr t 1n low hurdles thlrd xn the 100 yard dash flftn
1n the broad jump and 440 ward dash Frank Culbertson got thlrd xn the hxgh Jump and
Bob Meredlth fourth and Eddle Nottingham placed flfth ln the half m1le
The track team came out XICIOFIOUS ln thelr recent meet whlch was agamst Belt
Th1S was a dual meet held on the local fleld Fort Benton had flftl four DOIHLS to their
opponents forts fue Those who placed for the locals were Joe Weeks Warren Hallex
Frank Culbertson Bob Meredlth Johnnx Walker HIIIOD Roudebush, Elmer Cox Eddle
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Maurien Ledgeryy ood
Willa Jean Galbraith
SFNIUR I IIIIPSES
Eat three meals a day
Secretary to millionaire
To see the yyorld
Oyyn and operate a ranch
Go through life smiling
To be a rancher
Keepm it a secret
To beat time
To go Smiling Through
To be a novelist
Forest r :gel
Journey through Afiica
Learn to sing
Lick Joe Louis
Fly to the Moon
To be a nurse
Go to heaven on a
Help someone else
Learn to dance diyinely
Be a Priyate Secretary
Go to college
FAN ORITE SONG
My Wild Irish Rose
A Little Rosewood Casket
Alexanders Ragtime Band
Deep in a Dream
If You Knew Suzy
You re the Only Star
The Funny Old Hills
Good For Nothm 4But Loyev
Sweet Little Headache
Deep in a Dream
Says My Heart
Deep in a Dream
Shes the Girl Friend of the Wh
We Speak of You Often
Indian Love Call
Wheel of the Wagon is Broken
Prisoner s Dream
Roll Along Kentucky Moon
Funny Old Hills
Roll Along Dreamy Texas Moon
Indian Love Call
The One Rose
Ole Sole Mio
Indian Love Call
Deep In a Dream
Chapel in the Moonlight
God Bless America
My Wild Irish Rose
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FITSI row Edna Bennett Helen B1rkeland Yvonne Urton Amt Hansen Kenneth Morrow B1ll3 Louther
Kenneth Schmldt Eldon Adams
Second rovx Donald Cronkh1te Bettw Woodcock Mary Gras Ellnor SChmldt Bernadme Uptmor
Margaret Blrkeland Margaret Levus Ray Fenton
Lh1rd rovs Lew1s Nexland Dorothw Manlex Grace Tschache Vern MCKIUIHQ W1lla Jean Galbralth
John Sulllvan Loxs Lems
Fourth row Jack Anderson Kenneth Young
F1fth IOXX B1l1 Schmxdt Donald Young Dolores Wagner Mar1an Bovnker Leona Jackson Maurlen
Ledgervsood Bettx Morger
Slxth low Jean Rexnolds Wlnllle Young Ol1we Stevens Clark Hllton V1rg1n1a Svsanson Agnes De
Bru1n Al1ce Galbralth Jerrx Svseenex
Seventh rovs Ke1th Gordon Donald Rltter Wallace Morger DarwlHag1e B111 Anderson Bob Bovlker
Lxle Mxller Slnrley Young
Not IH DICIUYC Donald Adams Kenneth Sclmndt Barbara Van Horn Marjorw Manlex B111 Vlscher
Norma Jones DIXIC Schoonower Albert MOTFIS
F B H S THE PlOI1EER PAGE 39
XUTE5 UN THI' H H11 S7 Ill
ALI.. football games fun' And a snappy 100klDg pep band to add color zest and musxc
to the games
E qulet' Shh We re on the a1r' Yes the Fort Benton Semor Band broadcasted lt
wlnter concert over statlon KFBB 1n Cneat Falls on F'r1day December 16th All
who tuned ln a reed that It really sounded very good
ERE S news' A predomlnantly classlcal wmter concert on Sunday December 18th won
the pralse of all The Semor Band featured Schuberts stxrrmg Marche M1l1ta1re
Haydns Andante from the Surprlse Symphonv and Mascagms ethereal Inter
TAND up and cheer' Slt down and play' The band certamly d1d 1ts blowlngest best
to help the Longhoms wm the dxstrlct tournament rn Great Falls on February 25th
Speclal novelty numbers wxth the yell squad were the h1t of the evenlng
EGINNING a new annual custom' Eleven band sololsts tyvxrlers and ensemble players
had a f1ne four day tr1p to the Fxrst Annual Mus1c Festival lh Mlssoula Seelng
the State Umverslty hearmg good muslc meetlng other muslclans and recexvmg
personal comments and crltlclsms from the Judges all of these made the trlp ver
worth whlle and mterestlng
ND from where dxd that splendldly unlformed band come9 Wnv that IS the Fort Benton
Band 1n 1ts brand new unlforms just purchased ln the sprmg The tr1m flttlng
scarlet Jackets wxth whlte llned half capes made eyery one of the 56 plavers look
l1ke models of what the well dressed band should wear The scarlet and whlte
Pershlng style caps yylth vlsors were surely an lmprovement over those beames
the band used to wear
OW wasnt that sprlng concert on May 7th dellghtfully modernf' De Roses Deep
Purple The Donkey Serenade and The Toy Trumpet were good examples o
the modern trend The old favorltes were represented by Rosslnls Overture from
the Barber of Sevllle a natlonal band contest sele tion for 1939
EEP IH a dx eam of the Havre Mus1c Festwal' That eagerly antlclpated day Saturday
May 13th flnally alrxved and both the JUHIOI and Semor bands set out for Havre
early Saturday mormn They certaxnlv made a strxklng appearance and gave
fme performance A few mlnor casualtles were reported for the day such as sun
burn flat feet or falllng arches and hot d0gltlS ycommonly known as lndlgestlonv
Desplte all th1s the band members all agreed that thls had been the best day ever
All these mayor actxvxtles and many other mlnor ones have been capably C8I'I'19ll
out by the FORT BENTON HIGH SCHOOL BAND
NIARLHING IN THE BAND
Everyone fall ln lme
The drums ln front the horns behind
Roll off wlth a rat a tat tat
Im IH charge here ya understand that?
O K brxght eyes ln the fourth lme
You re no exceptlon get lil there malk
Halt' Turn that corner agam
You re sllpplng tow alds the end
Sprmg IS ln the a1r
But Miss Glllespxe doesnt care
We have to step rt off Just so
For the Hayre Fesuyal you know
Joyce Sykes I would sure llke to yom
the Mounted Pollce
Wllla Jean Why"
Joyce Sykes They always get then
DEAR UNCLE SAN!
Please send us one perfect gnl yyltl
the followmg characteristlcs
Legs a la Joyce Sykes halr Leon
Swanson eyes Jacqueline Castor teetl
Dorothy Manley hands Irene Schanche
flgure Delores Wagner pelsonahty N01
ma Jones clothes Irene Roudebush
nose Ellnor Schmldt mouth Mary Gray
walk Florence Wxllette complexlox
Margaret Blrkeland voice Mary Emble
ton dancer Carley McCaulay
Platonxc love IS when you enjoy heal
mg how she learned to sw lm at a summe
She Dxd anyone ever tell you ho
yyonderful you are?
H Dont belleye they eyer d1d
She Then whered you get the xdeao
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'second row Carlex McCau1ax Leona Jackson Niaumen Ledgervxood Annabelle Stanton Jacquellne
Castor Ellnor Schmldt Elsle Rltland Malgaret LBVKIS
Th1rd roxx Georg1ana Uptmor Agne DeBru1n Loxs Levus Shlrles Young
Fourth rom Ilene Colbx Bettx Morger Grace Mnu Lexus lNexland Vonlex Cox Amx Hanson Effle
Rltland Marlan Bovsker
Flfth rovs Irene Roddebush Betts Shmldt Anlta Walker Bernadme Uptmor Lxlllan Stembacher
Loralne Baker Ahce Galbralth L11a Mae W1ll1s
Slxth rom YVlIl1fI'9d Youn Jack Anderson Joni Flshbaugh Jack Anderson Bob Martin Clark Hllton
Donald Young. Donald Cronkhmte.
Seventh row: Warren Halley. Keith Gordon. Ray Fenton. John Baack. Kenneth Vinion. Donald Kurth.
Leonard Steinbacher. Vern McKinlay.
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Thxs year for the flrst tlme m three years a chorus was organlzed under the abl
dlrectxon of MISS Harrlet Glllesple The muslc for the f1rst half of the year conslstecl
of three par numbers mostly of choral type
At the tlme of the wlnter band concert the choms presented a program of manf
varled and entertalnlne selectlons
At the beglnnmg of the second semester the chorus was enlarged to lnclude the
boys and glrls changmg 1t to a mlxed chorus There were a total of 55 members Ne v
song books were ordered and work was begun 1n earnest
The chorus has been a valuable asset to the school th1s year as dlfferent selected
groups from the chorus were chosen from txme to tlme to render selectlons at school
PFI IEI'E3.1I1XI16l'1 ts
Out here a dozen mxles from house or
A star ten thousand VCRIS alu shmes
And though I know but naught of fllTlC
And see the features of no other face
Im not alone
Oh l1ttle star thou hast shone many '1
From reglons far to get one ghmmcx hue
Grant me thv endless courage l1t le st 11
That I may too send messages '1fa1
As thou hast shone
Of all the davs that I hke best
Monday IS better than the rest
Monday s the day on Whlch we flxng
Our clothes to diy the whlle we SIUE,
On whlch I let my fancy roam
A lovely lake the blumg tub
fn which lts lots of lun to scrub
While hanging glves me glrmpses rue
Ot txeld and tree and sun and 'ur
Proud schooners are the bedroom sheets
Wlth canvas spread they sa1l rn fleets
The ankle socks are Chlnese shxps
Two dancmg men the pxllow slips
Dads overalls a warshlp bold
Whlle Mas dress seems a lady old
In fact 1ts very plaln to see
That Monday s lots of fun for me
There was a httle freshle
The greenest ever seen
Algebra he dldnt know and
At sclence he was a scream
And when II came to Engllsh
Wow' He really was a bother
And so he had qulte a tlme you see
And all he ever would say
Was Why am I so dumb oh gee'
A lonely wandermg freshman
Who was lookxng for a certain classroom
And by mxstake got into the glrls locke
To top It all off he Sald Im awfull,
Sorry Im late
IN MID JUL!
The Day was
In the sun
Cleopatra mowed um down
The Queen of Sheba slayed um
And IH the days when knlghts
Wexe bold Gumevere dxsmayed um
They re famous ladles rlght enuf
But out of date you see
So come on blg boy strut your stuff
The kangaroo are a funny mammals
He have no hump Just hke a camels
Hlm lsnt got no flns hke a flsh
He dont look llke no country luck
But he got a Jump and he got a luck'
A freshman when asked to spell yacl
Most sauclly Sald I w1ll nacht
So a semor ln wrath
Took a sectlon of lath
And warmed hlm up on the spacht
Llttle W1ll1e dressed IH sashes
Fell 1n the f1re and was burned to ashe
Now the loom IS always ch1lly
For people hate to stxr up W1ll1e
Llttle Vl.1ll1e fell down the eleyator
And they dldnt flnd hlm t1ll SIX week
Then all the nelghbors sald Geeyyhu'
What a spolled chlld Wlllle IS
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THFSPI IN 9UCILTl
The Thespian Society is a national dramatic organization for the purpose of pro
moting better dramatics in high schools To be eligible for this organization one is
required either to have played with merit in a major role of one long play or two major
roles in one act plays staged by the institution and has done work of such quality as to
be approved by the director.
Our troupe number 195, under the direction of Miss Ila Grace Hagie. started off
with a 'bang" this year. They held their iirst meeting September 21. and elected Donald
Cronkhite. president: and Dorothea Dickens. secretary and treasurer to guide them dur-
ing their busy year. They decided on the motto: "To be a truly active organization." as
their aim for this year. They designated the second and fourth Wednesdays of each
month for their meetin . and took on the job of being stage managers for the year. Th-y
started out by studying classic plays in connection with N. B. C, radio series.
During December they all took a vacation as the majority of them found parts ill
tre senior play. In January they came to port at Dorothea Dickens' home for an initia-
tion and took on the new members: Ray Fenton. Donald Young. and Maurien Ledger-
wood. who were qualified by the senior play.
After the senior play. they started the study of make-up. In February they dis-
continued the study of make-up and gave the play. "Singapore Spider. at a public per-
formance on February 9. in celebration of National Drama Week. To complete this
celebration they had a theater party on Sunday. February 19. After staging the one-oct
plays for the speech class. they gave a play in front of the assembly called: 'Luncheon
For Six." This play was also given before the Masonic Lodge on April la as a part of
the program in honor of Education Week.
To top the year's activities. we held our annual Thespian banquet. May 16. The
Home Economics Club prepared and served the dinner.
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FITSI rovs Charles Walker Irene Colbx Merl Gall Edna Bennett Warren Hallex Georglana Uptmor
Clarence Stevenson Doroths Worrall
Second rovs Annabelle Stanton Dorothy Johnson Margaret Levus V1rg1n1a Murrav Dorothea DICKCDS
Agnes DeBru1n Freda W1gger John Rommger
Thlrd rovu E11 Papan Carlex McCau1ax Grace Tsehache Betts Schmxdt V1rg1l Small Edlth Culbert
son George Stevens Shxrlex Young
Fourth lou Onve Stevens LOIS Lems Agnes Stem Margaret Whlte Anlta Walker Rosemarx Imbert
Ellen Ames Anna Collms
F1fth row Vernon Moe Marlam Nevchall Florence Wlllett Ann1e Johnson L1la Mae W1ll1s Barbara
Scott Helen Blrkeland Ethel Kellex
Sntth row Irene Schanche Amt Hanson Isabel Nagengast Yvonne Urton Anne Nordhues Bermce
Small Dela Rae Carver John Sullivan
Seventh rcvs Hllton Roudebush Irene Bokovox Edvard Nottmgham W1nn1e Young Kenneth Morrow
Leona Svtanson Howard Bokoxox June Hollrelgh
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HlSTURl LII B HI! Hlll HTS
Ladres and Gentlemen we rnvrte vou to tune rn agarn next rear on thrs same page
tor another presentatron of Hrstory Hlghlrghts brought to you oxer the statron F B
H S Fort Benton Montana Thrs broadcast rs made possrble bt Mrss Isabel Bucklanc'
sponsor of thrs organrzatron Master of Ceremonres has been Presrdent Warren Hallex
marn speakers of the evenrng were Secretary Edrth Culbertson and Treasurer Olrse
Stevens Forergn correspondents Dorothea Drckens and Wrnnre Young wrsh to hare
rt known that ther actuallx wrtnessed the trrp to Helena made bt a number of ther
rellow students and Marlon Smrth and Evelvn Bundtrock recalled to us mam pleasant
memorres of Hawarr wrth Sentrnel Hrlton Roudebush actrng, as custodran of the doors or
the club audrtorrum where the broadcast was made
This rs tour reporter Edna Bennett slgnrng off untll next rear
HIGH SLHUUI Wl'FIx
The annual scholarshrp contest was held at Montana State College on Aprrl 27 28
and 29 Thlrty representatrves from Fort Benton attended Of this group onlx three were
The results of the students who placed were as follows
Vern Cronkhrte Chemrstrx Frrst
Joe Bear Brology Second
Carlex McCaulas Brology Thrrd
Lorarne Baker General Scrence Thrrd
Kenneth Schmrdt Solrd Geometrx Thrrd
Yvonne Urton Tvprng I Thrrd
Marram Newhall World Hrstorw Thud
Fort Benton ranked rn the upper ten schools Hrgh School Week was the l'rrg,es
ret recorded there berng over frfteen hundred regrstered
The Fort Benton Chapter of F F A organrzed for the second year made a wer
trne placement rn the state at therr tenth annual converrtron held rn Bozeman durrns.
Hrgh School Week
The follow rng were the results
Gram Judgrng and rdentrfrcatron
Frrst place wrth thrrtv two teams Dean Ellrott was hrgh pornt rndrxrdual He alsc
took frrst rn forage seed selectron Vonlex Cor frrst rn wheat Judgrrrg In lrxe stock
Judgrng the chapter placed frfth wrth fortx two teams competrng
Darrx judgrng took thrrd
Teams entered from Fort Benton were
brain Judgrng Dean Ellrott Charles Ellrott Nonlex Cox
lne stock Judgmg Vonles Cost Charles Ellrott J L Fox
Poultry Judgrng Vern McKrnlax George Hazen J L Fox
Vern McK1n1ax and Dean Ellrott were conrentron delegates
The chapter recerwed two awards for frrsts a trophx presented br the 'vlorrtar 1
Flour 'vlrllrng Companx and a banner from the Montana Assocratrorr of F' F A
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Flrst row Margaret Blrkeland Edna Bennett Amta Walker Patr1c1a Sweenes Vlrglnla Murraw Dorothea
Dickens Amy Hanson Lols Levus
Second rovs Dorothy Johnson Ohve Stevens Annle Johnson Elsle Rltland Luclle Calllson Lureno
Anderson Mary Embleton Agnes Stem
Thlrd rovs L11l1an Ste1nbacher Mabel Stevens Be tw Johnson Helen Blrkeland Dolores Wagner Bettw
Schmldt Mary Grax Marxan Bowker
Fourth rovs Dorothw Manlex Velma Ames Dela Rae Carxer Irene Schanche Marjorxe Jones Patrlcla
Anderson SY1V13 Wolfe Shlrlex Young
Flfth rovs Wxlla Jean Galbraxth Ellen Ames Irene Colbx Dorothx Ronnmg Lenore Fr1el1ng Wmnle
Young Effle Rltland Margaret Lexus
Swth row Bernadlne Uptmor Ysonne Urton Dunne Stexenson V1rg1n1a Swanson Jean Resnolds
Bettx Morger Patr1c1a Wackerlln Edlth Culbertson
Sexenth row Annabelle Stanton Grace Marts J xce Sxkes Delores Frlelmg Anne Nordhues Bertha
Lundx Agnes DeBru1n Alice Galbralth
Not m p1cture Nomxa Jones
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HUUE FCUXWMIICS CII H
The Home Economrcs Club of Fort Benton Hrgh School got off to an early start
last fall wrth the followrng offrcers rn charge Grace Martv presrdent Dorrne Stevenson
vrce presrdent Norma Jones secretary Joyce Sykes treasurer Patrrcra Wackerlrn
hrstorran Mary Embleton reporter Marran Bowker pranrst and Miss Claris Brown
Inrtratron for new members was held rn September the settrng bemg an effectrve
candle lrght servrce
Among the outstandmg actrvrtres for the year the club served an All Montana
Banquet shortly before Chrrstmas Trckets were sold rn advance About frfty busrness
and professronal people of the town attended The usual Chrrstmas candy sale was hell
rn Woodwards store and about thrrtv pounds of candv was sold
As a contrrbutron to the department the club purchased a prcture for the drnrng,
Mary Embleton Betty Johnson and Grace Marty represented our club at Hrgh
School Week rn Bozeman Mary gave a talk on Home Economrcs Clubs rn the Unrtecl
States Grace gave a brref response for the Fort Benton Club The grrls who attended
gave a report at a sprrng meetrng
The events of the year were clrmaxed by a prcnrc held the latter part of May A
the frnal meetrng for the year a nomrnatrng commrttee reported Offrcers for the comrng
vear wrll be elected the frrst meetrnfr rn the fall
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The speech class presented three one act plays My Cousrn from Sweden
Ambrtron and Keeprng Krttys Dates
Ambrtron a drama burlt around the lrfe of an ambrtrous drstrrct attorney and
hrs wrfe dealt wrth convrctron upon crrcumstantral evrdence Dorothea Drckens gave
most outstandrn performance as the wrfe who convrnced her husband played by Ra
Fenton that crrcumstantral evrdence rs rnsuffrcrent for convrctron
More Blessed a Chrrstmas play was also presented by the speech class at the
Money obtarned from these plays was used to purchase more stage propertres
Materral for a davenport and charr cover and draperres an end table and candelabr
were among the propertres added thrs year
All the dramatrc productrons under the drrectron of Mrss lla Grace Hagre were
outstandrng events rn the school program of the year 1939
Poor Eddy hrs funeral day rs near
He rs always brrngrng up the rear
In Englrsh and rn General Scrence
The best he can do rs low D
Of course he trres a lrttle brt
But usually all he does rs srt
Poor Eddy rn algebra hes out
In Englrsh theres some doubt
And rn General Scrence hes not so
In manual trarnrng he loafs away
Spendrng almost half the day
Poor Eddy I feel sorry for hrm
Poor Eddy I wonder rf hell eyer be
A sophomore well well soon see
He may get there he may not
Poor Eddy he ought to have a cot
But really Eddy rts not true
I am qurte as dumb as you
A bum walked rnto the store and
to the manager
Bum Mr can you please spare
a n1ckel9 Im hungrv
Manager No Im sorry I havent r
pennv rn my pocket
Bum Well any man yyrth a mee
busrness lrke thrs certainly ought to haye
The bum reached rnto hrs pocket pulled
out a penny deposited rt on the man
agers desk and walked out
I lrsten to your program each eyenrng
I am the proud father of my twelfth so
I wrsh for you to have the honor of nan
mg lrrm My name rs Car
Dear Proud Father
Thrs yyrll probably be the last of tl
Cars Call hrm Caboose
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Boosters C LL LEADERS
Flrst row Grace Marty John Flshbaugh Edna Bennett
Second row Kelth Gordon Betty Morger Ray Fenton Edna Bennett B111 Kelly Irene Roudebusb
John Baack Leona Swanson
Tlurd row Grace Marty Gordon Rommger Donald Young Francis 0Re1lly John Flshbaugh Donald
Cronkhmte Vern McK1nlay Elmor Schmldt
Fourth row Frank Culbertson Ollve Stevens Joe Weeks Kenneth Schmldt B111 Vlscher Donald Kurth
Donald Rxtter Edlth Culbertson
Not m plcture Norma Jones
In order to accompllsh our flrst task ln the game of promoting school sp1r1t the
wear by gettlng ln a huddle to elect new members to the Club One semor and twelve
Junlors were chosen
Our fxrst score was made when we rented a scoreboard for the gym We added a
Iew extra points when we sponsored a lecture on televlslon
When the time for the tournament drew nearer the Club again went into a
huddle Each member was glven tlckets to sell and from then on he could concentrate
on hxs own plays passes or even perhaps tackles We all broke boldly through the
une at the tournament and sold candy and gum We continued thls play a few weeks
later when our varsity team clashed with Kahspell a class A team After the toumament
we celebrated our vlctory by glvlng a dance We ended the game wxth a dance as the
All m all the Club was undefeated m the game of promotxng school spmt for
the polnts added up to a hlgh score
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Flrst row Daryl Hag1e Donald Young Russell K
Jrth B111 Anderson Donald Rltter Ray Fenton
Second row Kenneth Schmldt Hllton Roudebush Vern McK1nlay Robert Koepp Joe Weeks Jacl
Anderson John Baack Walter Baack
Thlrd row Donald Kurth Kelth Gordon Royal A her Francis ORe1lly Warren Halley Frank Cul
bertson George Hazen Charles Stovall
lxot 1n p1cture Bull Schm1dt
The B Club IS an athlet1c organlzatlon composed of men students who have
earned then' Bs ln one or more of the major sports namely football basketball and
track There vlere 13 new members added thls year mak1ng a total of 25 members The
officers are presldent John Baack vlce presldent Russell Kurth secretary and treas
urer Donald R1tter
The purpose of the B Club I5 for deyelopment of athletlcs m F B H S It IS an
honor for anv boy athletlcally lncllned to belong to the Club and the boy s school stan
dards and athletlc sportsmanshlp 15 greatly lmproved by membershlp ln the Club
The most xmportant Job of the B Club members IS to elect captalns for basket
call football and track teams
Under the leadershlp of Coaches Zlle and Hess the B Club IS gaming nevu mem
bers and neva lmportance all the time and wmll contlnue to stand fol good fellowshlp
clean athletlcs and good sportsmanshxp
Long Boy Blg bov wuz George Wash
mgton as honest as dey sez he wuz?
Shorty Ah tell you mgger George
vsuz the honestest man dat ever wuz
Long Boy Den how come they close
de banks on hls b1rthday"
Dlplomacy the art of mak1ng others
beheve you belleve what you dont be
Mlss Hagle Where IS your grammar?
D1ck Bateman Oh shes home with
Mlss Hagxe lD1SCUSSlDg book I'8Vl6WSl
Francls what have you read?
FTGHCIS ORe1lly I have red halr
Everett Jacobsen back from Bozeman
Once a klng always a kmg but once
a kmght IS enough
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First row Joe Bear Lorene Stranahan Elsa Hagen Ray Fenton
Se ond row Dorothy Manley Annabelle Stanton Bernadine Uptmor Dorlne Stevenson Rosemary
Imbert Grace Kersch Marlam Newhall June Hollrelgh
Third row Willa Jean Galbraith Maurien Ledgerwood Christine Humes Annabel Brlese Lila Mae
W11l1s Isabel Nagengast Alice Calkins Marga1etLew1s
Iwot in picture John Rommger
R0 H4 'VI HUDIERNI
The Romani Hodlerm the Latm Club reorganized this fall with Annabelle
Stanton president Dorine Stevenson vice president Lorene Stranahan secretary June
Hollrelgh treasurer Lila Mae W1ll1s Willa Jean Galbraith song leaders and Maurien
Ledgerwood Bernadme Uptmor and Dorothy Manley reporters
Once every month we met in the Forum 1the home economics room to your some
tlmes discussing Roman customs houses professions and how Latm helps us in every dav
lite but other times we had a party We held a Saturnalla 4Chr1stmas party in Decem
plcnlc was a gala and llvelv affair The climax of social events was the annual Latm
lanquet on April 18 when we could he down while eating and not break am rules of
etiquette Our slaves for the occasion were elghth grade girls interested m taking Latin
next N CHI'
We have had a most eventful wear under the guidance of our sponsor Miss Isabel
Buckland as she led us Ascendi etsx saxa smt aspera 1Cl1mb though the rocks be
Patrimom matrlmonw testimonv and
alimony a sequence in modem life
Mr Dlckens Dorothea what time did
that voung man leave last night?
didnt hear him say good night
Dorothea No father He doesnt say
The man who makes a small noise IS
better than one who is but a big echo
Clerk What size hammock do you
Betty Morger Oh a small hammock
just big enough for one but-er strong
enough for two
Pat Wackerlm He stole a kiss from
Mabel Well that was only petiti lar
Pat It wasnt it vias grand'
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FUTURE FA RMERS
Flrst row Lewey Lorenzen Howard Bokovo Vern McK1nlay Edgar Sykes Jack Chappell
Second row Vonley Cox Dean Elhott Warren Halley George Hazen John Flshbaugh John Baack
Charles Elllott Robert Koepp
The Fort Benton Chapter of the F F A Whlch was organized ln 1937 agam took
up ltS dutles during the past year wlth the followmg offlcers Presldent Vern McK1nlay
Vlce President Vonley Cox Secretary Charles Elhott Treasurer Warren Hallev Re
porter John Baack and Sentinel John Flshbaugh Mr Davxd Carpenter was Chapter
The hlgh llghts of the Clubs act1v1t1es lncluded the annual radlo broadcast Wh1Ch
was held ln February Here the boys demonstrated not only the skllls of thelr trade but
also thelr warbllng ablllty Members who partlclpated were Vonley Cox Warren Halley
Charles Elllott and Bob Nelson who helped wlth the muslc
On Ploneer Day the Chapter and Smith Hughes members exhlblted their flSLlC
asplratlons 1n a free for all boxing match
They also sponsored a high school dance for the purpose of ralslng funds for the
State F F A conventlon which IS held ln Bozeman durlng Hlgh School Week They
had a d1str1ct meet at Chlnook ln whlch several of the boys took prizes IH Judgmg Dean
Elllott was chosen Vxce Presldent of the dlstrlct The years act1v1t1es were cllmaxed by
the trlp to Bozeman
A woman and a daxly
DSW Spapel' are
both have forms
always have the
numbers are not
have a great deal
are well Worth lookmg over
carry the news whereyer they o
are much thmner than they used
R1chard Brown M1lk1ng the cow'J
Red ORe1lly Naw just feellng her
An lntelhgent glrl 15 one who knows
how to refuse a kiss wlthout belng de
prxved of II
Junior slttmg on his fathers knee
watchmg hls mother comb her halr
Daddy hasnt any waves lxke vouls
mommy hls IS all beacl '
A semor stood on the rallroad track
The tram was golng fast
The tram got off the rallroad track
And let the senlor pass
Mr Hess Why are the days longel
Frosh Because the heat expands
The noblest k1nd of dog IS a hot dog,
for It not only dont blte the hand that
feeds It lt feeds the hand that bltes lt
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PAGE 54 THE PlOIlEER F B H S
School started There wele many
nevy faces and lost freshmen Some
of the teachers were
so many neyy faces
Got our lockers and
somethmg at Wh1Ch
Started gettlng our
now we have
to throw our
readv Got the afternoon off for
county fa1r Mlssed the usual fa1r
V1s1ted the falr most of the day
Several stands put up by local or
gamzatlons B1g Sandy band was
Elected class offlcers The last
chance for some of the sen1ors to
get a vlew of a pohtlclans l1fe
Voted ln neyy members for BOOStPl
club They dont look l1ke they
could take It
Freshmen honor the senxors wxth
salutes Inltlatlon' We dldnt hke
bemg freshmen elther
Band to be reorgan1zed Try outs
were started Many worrled looks
Try outs for Glrls Glee Club The
boys are Just crazv about lt
Lyceum number the flrst of the
year There was a good attendance
as the result of afternoon presenta
F1rst football game of year Great
Falls lost to Fort Benton It xs a
good start Keep It up bovs
Second football game Longhorns
defeated Dutton It looks llke yye
have the makmgs of a good
team agam this vear'
Weatherworn freshmen entertalned
school with party On second
thought they mxght be able to
teach the other classes somethmg
Th1rd football game Fort Benton
defeated Chlnook Rah Rah F
B H S
Home Ec Club m1t1at1on Some
poor frosh got lt tvylce' Very gen
FIFSL snoyy Longhorns vyalloped
Belt Hope vue have more good
Longhorns rall1ed to defeat Conrad
eleven Dld lt snow'P
Pep rally and marshmallow roast
A good showmg of our school sp1r1t
Havre Reserves plaved Benton
Try outs for Parents and Plgt311S
Its golng to be a good play
Senlor play practxce It was the
flrst m a serles of plentv
Lyceum number Eureka Jubllee
Longhorns played Cut Bank fo
Junlors gave a hard tlme party
Everyone swung mto the mood
Senlors st1ll work1ng on play
Varslty organized and practlce
Thanksglvmg Day Oh boy' Eats
Ly ceum number Mlcrocosmo
Whoopee we went to the theatrc
Flrst mght of the senlor plav Went
off pretty good except for few ac
Second and adult nlght of play
Very good Had a llttle lunch at
Youngs after play
Played our first game of basketball
wlth HlghWO0d Dxdnt get too
rough vslth them
Intramural organxzed Forty
ported for practlce
Sophomore party Even the Jun1o1
hlgh was 1nv1ted
A basketball game with lfort Shayy
Longhorns play Geraldme Lo ns
Band pract1c1ng for winter concert
and radlo broadcast Are they
Home Ec Club sponsors All Mon
tana Dlnner Home Ec II gul
style new dresses wh1le Home Ec
I g1rls cook
Band broadcasted at Great Falls
What three llttle band membe1s
werent allowed to play because
they dlsobeyed orders9 We would
Basketball game wlth Poyyer We
had the power
Wlnter band concert held and th
Glrls Glee Club sang
Chrlstmas Program vacatlon -col
lege klds home
F1ve shoppmg days untxl Xmas
Assembly program Everyone klck
ed out of school untll next year
P H meets h1s yyaterloo 1n a fr: sh
1 1939 Happy New Year
School started agaln How re yye
Vlfglllla Swanson enjoys Elmel s
Umphress takes p1ng pong plctures
of students Don t look so grouchy
Royal A loose agam Longhorns
Much plcture tradmg Some of the n
think they got gvpped
Guess what' Boys try out for G
Club What IS thls school comn
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Longhorns beat Great Falls
serves D1d we take em'
Tomorrow s the day Cramm ng for
Semester tests Nearly everyone
w1th fmgers crossed
Chouteau County Tournament F01
Benton f1rst B1g Sandy second
H1ghwood thlrd and Geraldine
Many brlght faces after a week of
Report cards-Ooooosh' Cheer up'
We aren t gomg to school for grades
Speech class has f1ery debates
Longhorns traveled to Geraldmt 101
Annual staff orgamzed Caps and
gowns d1splayed to SEHIOYS by three
of the members Was B111 V1schers
Longhorns played Centervllle
Another Lyceum number Spooks
and Frauds' Wally was hvpno
t1zed" Maybe B111 Bauman anl
John HaHk1HS can tell us about
Senlors all dressed up Hestez
Studlo v1s1ted w1th the1r heavly
Semors get proofs Cant they 1m
Co ed Prom Orchestra boys h 1d
a good t1me'
Team went to Falls after school
Started on tournament Played
Went to Falls agaln Centerv1lle
Vlslted Falls agaln and defeated
Fort Shaw for champlonshtp
2 3 4 Reglonal Tournament We almos
took them Swell team
DEAR UNCLE SAM
Please send us a man wlth n1ce cuxly han
The Bobby Bowker k1nd
W1th eyes l1ke Frank Culbertson
We know they re hard to flnd
W1th a bulld l1ke Bobby Martms
1Oh' flutter flutter myw
With enamel ware llke Dlcky Broyyns
They really catch the eye
W1th danc1ng ID the grace and ease
Of a k1d named B1lly Vlscher pul eeze'
And g1VC h1m personal1ty
MCKIDIRS s would surely do
The good clear fun yarlety
Found 1n a favored few'
If you thmk we have been good enough
ySome th1nk were much too much sol'
Forget about the usual stuff
And just send us that man
Jun1or play try outs Potentlal
actors looked nervous MISS Hag1e
Band began marchmg
Band st1ll march1ng
Stunt Day A really successful du
as pract1cally everyone w s
Sen1or plctures began to come lll
Jumor play That was good Jun1o1s
Sen1ors voted on caps and gowns
Wont be long t1ll we strut out
Bud Cues and Eldon Overholse
back from Cal1forn1a Were W1l1a
Jean and Dorothea surpr1sed"
SCHIOTS chose class members fo1
Mr Doll on s1ck l1st
22 Several band members attended
Mlssoula MUSIC Fest1val A om
t1me was enyoyed by all
Bozeman Scholarshlp Meet Thlrty
Grade and hlgh school track mee
Track team journeyed to 'Jayne
qulred much hard work
Havre Muslc Festlval M1ssoul'1
Junlor Prom What a dance'
Annual senlor class day
Commencement Goodbye F B H
S We have went here a long txme
Hope we have leamt you some
L -RTE NOW LNIBER
Th1s IS late autumn and the naked trees
L1ft gaunt and hungry flngers to the sky
The sun late F1565 oer the eastern h1lls
The grass and fallen leayes are brown
Thls lS late autumn all the pra1r1e hes
St1ll As a corpse aw HIIS IIS funeral mom
It W3.ltS the f1rst nowfall to coyer death
FIOYH whxch 111 sprmg new l1fe agam s
G0 TEAM G0
Go team go' Oh 1ts go team go'
Get Tlght 1n It every mmute'
F1ght 1t' Hold 1t'
You can yym 1t'
Go team go' Oh IIS go team Do'
We axe yy1th you'
By you' For you'
Go team go'
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PAGE 56 THE PIOUEER F B H S
WI-IOSVIHO IN F B H S
Srnger Kerth Gordon
Basketball Star Frank Culbertson
Musrcran Marran Bowker
Broadcaster Wrlla Jean Galbrarth
Orator Ray Fenton
The Flrrt Grace Marty
The Clown Jack Andersor
The Actor Vern McKrnlax
The Actress Dorothea Drckens
The Thoughtful Boy Brll Anderson
The Thoughtful Grrl Leona Swanson
Shorthand Shark Elrnor Schmrdt
Character Actor Donald Cronkhrte
T5 prst Irene Roudebush
Screntrst Everett Jacobsen
Artrsts Irene Colby and Amy Hansen
The Executrve Bernadrne Uptmor
Lrterarv Marram Newhall
LADIES" SKIP THIS PARAGRAPH
It rs unfrt for publrcatron It got rnto
mv letters bs mrstake and I asked the
prrnter to destroy rt or put rt rn upsrde
peau rau uo pueqs or pau aus JI
nouauros uno 'rr purg paqs mouxr am
pear Apearre saqs ursod Stull
Suruqwg ra 01 squao uar .ragam 111 moN
mous H go purzq qsear sua 103 saus 31
moqatuos rno 11 purg 11 aus 1:-sq norf ang
mouar 01 rou 1uSno aus Suruqauros sql
mzurom le sauxom rem Suruqriue sr araur JI
Once agarn here as classmates assemble
We farn would lrft our hearts rn song
Let gladness the moments prolong
We are proud of our lads and our lasses
And honors won rn days gone bv
So heres a cheer for our old hrgh school
For our old hrgh school our dear old hrgh
Heres to our classes heres to our lasses
Heres to the lads they adore
Heres to the Senrors so mrghtv Junrors
Freshre and Sophomore
Let mrrth and gladness banrsh all sadness
And as the day goes br
Youll frnd us ready and steady
Boostrng for our old hrgh
Rah' Rah' Rah'
Elrnor Schmrdt 'after chemrstrx ex
amr Oh Irene I made one awful mrs
take and left half of another one out
Mr Hess What rs the drfference
tween a brologrst and a tramp'-1
Ray Fenton The brologrst lrves on
dreams of the lrfe of a wood trck whrle
the tramp dreams of a lrfe on a feather
In Englrsh III class
Mrss Hagre What rs the matter wrth
thrs sentence You wrll frnd the chrldren
laxrng on the grass under the tree 'J
Brll Anderson It should be lung
Mrss Hagre Whr'P
Brll Because hens do the other thrng
CAN YOU IMAGINE
Elsre Chaney recrtrng rn class9
Rrchard Brown wrthout some love 'P
Lewrs Neyland studrrngil
Kerth Gordon wrthout hrs good humorq
Dolores Wagner wrthout a beau 9
Grace Kersch wrthout shyness'P
Grace Tschache wrth black 118119
Irene Roudebush srx rnches taller'P
Maurren Ledgerwood wrthout anythrng,
Betty Morger calm and contented"
B111 Vrschers harr on fl199
Rav Fenton wrthout a toothp1ck'P
Frank Culbertson losrng hrs grf or
For he avrator flypaper
For he sherk sandpaper
For he motorrst carbon paper
For he hr Jacker bond paper
For lee pugrlrst wrapprng paper
For he banker note paper
For he surcrde newspape
For he polrtrcran orl paper
For e undertaker crepe paper
For the student copy paper
Mrs Newrrch was fond of flowers and
especrally lrked the salvra but was verv
unrelrable rn gettrng the names rrght She
was grvrng drrectrons to her gardene
On thrs srde of the walk I want you to
put out some salrvas Now what would
vou suggest for the other srde'f
Well madam answered Vernon
Woods solemnly maybe rt would be
good rdea to put some sprttoonras there
Lost Found Wanted and For Sale
Lost An opportunrty to get bette
Found A frne set of offrcers Junrors
For Sale A lot of greenness fresh
Wanted To exchange an rnch or
herght for an rnch of breadth Red
For Sale Our pretty harr Ray Fen
Wanted Some senror drgnrty Junrors
The teacher suggested that the chrl
dren should draw on a prece of pape
w hat each of them should lrke to be when
ther grew up At the end of the per rod
Bertha Lundy handed rn a blank shee
f paper Why Bertha 1Sl1f, there
somethrng youd lrke to be when you
grow up'P asked the teacher
Yes teacher Id lrke to get marrred
but I dont know how to draw rt was
the astute answer
RECIPE FOR A SENIOR
To one ordrnarw srzed junror add one
gallon of sprrrt three spoonfuls of grnge
ten packages of hopes Place rn college
to be roasted
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