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

 - Class of 1942

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ADRIEN L HESS Sclence Mathematlcs Athletlcs MISSOUFI Valley College B Montana State Umverslty M A Tl-IELMA P SWENTSON Latln HISCOFY French Montana State Unwerslty B A ILA GRACE HAGIE Enghsh Dramatlcs Iowa Wesleyan College ALVIN HALVORSON Band Soclal Sclence Concordla College B DAVID CARPENTER Smith-Hughes Agriculture Education Montana State College, B S. MILDRED JOHNSON Engllsh Muslc Concordla College B A J A ZILE Athletlcs Mathematlcs Kansas Southwestern B HELEN E FECHTER Commerclal Joumahsm Montana State College B S J M HINDLE Manual Tralnlng Bradley Polytechmc Instltute MARGARET HOLRIES Home Economics Montana State College, B. S. anna. rt' i I, 1 iw. U45 QW 1 3 lk Q J 1? 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' ,',4 ,., ' Y F. . .'4' BETTY SCHMIDT General Course Annual Staff 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Cheerleader 3, 4 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, Press Club 3 4 Quill and Scroll 3, 4 Thesplans 4 What a Life 3 Going Places 4 GERALDINE SCHUIIMACIIER General Course Latin Club 2 3 Home Economics Club 2 CECIL SERIGI-IT General Course Annual Staff 4 Intramural Basketball 2 Football 2 3 4 F A 2 Asslstant Stage Manager What a Llfe 3 B Club 4 Entered from Lewlstown LEONARD STEINBACI-IER General Course Annual Staff 4 Track 1 F A M1xed Chorus What a Llfe 3 Speech Class Plays 4 Hlstory Club 2 Stage Manager 3 4 J OHV SULLIVAN General Course Class Presldent 3 Band 1 Intramural Basketball 1 Press Club 4 Speech Class Plays 3 Gomg Places 4 I-hstory Club 1 BARBARA SCOTT General Course Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Girls' Glee Club 2, 4 Latin Club 2, 3 History Club 1 2 ROSEMARY SCIIUI-IMACHER General Course Home Economics Club 2 Latin Club 2 3 Band 3 4 What a Life 3 Entered from Gt. Falls 2 WARREN STANTON General Course Intramural Basketball 1 F A 2 MABEL STEVENS Sclentxflc Course Annual Staff 4 G1rls Athletxcs 2 3 4 Home Economrcs Club 1 Gxrls Glee Club 3 Press Club 3 4 Quill and Scroll 4 Thesplans 4 Gomg Places 4 Speech Class Plays 4 VIRGINIA SWANSON Commerclal Course Band I 2 Pep Club 2 Girls Glee Club l Press Club 4 WILLIAM TOPE General Course What a L1fe 3 Gomg Places 4 Football 4 Speech Class Plays PAT WAC KERLIN Commerc1al Course Class Secretary Treas Annual Staff Edltor Glrls Basketball 2 Home Ec Club 1 Press Club 3 4 Qulll and Scroll 3 Thesplans 4 Gomg Places 4 WALTER WEEKS Agr1cultural Course Annual Staff Track 2 3 4 Intramural Basketba Football 2 3 F' A SYLVIA WOLFE General Course Home Ec 1 2 3 History 2 Speech Class Play 4 UPEI' KENNETH VINION General Course Annual Staff 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Intramural Basketball Intramural Football 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 H M S Pmafore Press Club 4 What a Llfe 3 Speech Class Plays 4 DOLORES WAGNER Commercial Course Class Secretary Treasurer 3 Band 1 Choms 1 Press Club 4 STANLEY WHITEHORN Sc1ent1f1c Course Basketball 1 2 Football 1 2 What a L1fe 3 Hxstory Club 2 Assistant Instructor Radlo School 4 EDWARD DICKENS General Course Football 1 2 3 B Club 3 4 H1St0Yy Club 2 Chorus 2 SENIORS NOT PICTURED ARNAM WILEY JOHN LIPPERT , , , 1, 2 3 , - 2 - . , Y , 3 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4 :What a Life-1 3 . , , 4 ' ' 11 1, 2 .. ' . ,, F. . . 2f 3, 4 - ' ' 1 1 1 4 16 THE PIONEER GYQXDQJWVO LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE CLASS OF 1942 We the class of Nmeteen Forty two of Fort Benton Hrgh School being of fairly sound m1nd and knowlng that we may soon depart thls l1fe do declare thls to be our last mll and testament PATRICIA ANDERSON leaves her ch1ld llke mnocense to Marjorxe Huffman Do you want 1t MHFJOTIGU LURENE ANDERSON leaves her bolsterous nature to Jewel Calhson VELMA AMES leaves her slang to Ellen Eveleth JACK ANDERSON leaves h1s posltlon as cheerleader to Speed Smlth MARGARET BIRKELAND leaves her ab1l1ty to st1ck to one boy to Helen Campbell rMav she do as well'1 LORRAINE BAKER leaves rlbbons and medals to Bud Jones ARTHUR BENNETT leaves h1s sprlngy arches to Buck Preunmger FRANK CLARK w1lls h1s agrlcultural abxhty to George Paul Make good use of It GEORGE CALKINS leaves h1S patrlotlc lnterest ln the coast guard to the glrls JACQUELINE CASTOR unwllhnglv w1lls B111 Coll1ns to the army LUCILLE CALLISON w1lls her shy sm1le to Luc1lle Hanford from one Lucllle to another LENORE FRIELING leaves her tall wlllowv flgure to Margaret Collins MARY GRAY w1lls her versatlle mterests 1n school bo Florence Breault ALICE GALBRAITH ID remembrance of corns leaves her danclng ab111ty to future freshmen DARYL HAGIE leaves h1S sweet and melodlous trumpetlng to Buzzy Jackson to carry on CLARK HILTON leaves hrs ablllty to be the only boy 1n a crowd of glrls to Clalr Sykes HAROLD KRSUL leaves h1s man about town personallty to Glen H1CkS BILL KOEPP leaves h1s out of doors l1fe to some of the drugstore loungers on Front Street FERN KELLY leaves her tendency to grggle 1n soc1ology to Leo KIIPOY BERTHA LUNDY leaves her Loma drawl to Emxly Myers JOHN LIPPERT leaves h1s wavy pompadour to Gene Frlehng BILL LOUTI-IER leaves the cleft in h1s chm to Robert, Cra1g who m1ght have as much good luck wxth It FRANK MANLEY leaves h1s rosy cheeks to Helen Christensen DICK MOSES leaves h1s sm1le to posterlty to see who could equal lt KEITH NEYLAND leaves his teaslng and tormentmg to Bob Brust ANGELA NICOLOFF bequeaths her eleven to twelve hours out of school to anyone who needs the tune in whlch to prepare lunch v ' Y 1 , . . . . ll v. . - u u - ' u vy - v v ' ' ' rl uv - u ve - - 1 THE PIONEER 1.7 GNQKDQJWD MARY NICOLOFF wrlls her even tempered drsposrtron to the future students of FBHS who may profrt by the knowledge that a smrle wrns more than a frown JEAN REYNOLDS leaves her freckles to Jrm Morger EFFIE RITLAND leaves the ghost of endless whrsperrngs rn class rooms halls and lrbrary We hope rt wont make anyone too lonesome DOROTHY RONNING wrlls her twrrlrng abrlrty to Phyllrs just to keep rt rn the famrly LORNE RITTER wrlls hrs shy nature to George Lrppert DON RUST wrlls hrs slrck trrpprng m the halls technrque to Dorothy Rrtter BETTY SCHMIDT leaves her husky vorce to Freddy Katzenberger BARBARA SCOTT leaves her herght to Ronny Archer You could use rt rn your boxrng Ronny GERALDINE SCHUHMACHER bequeaths her place at the last table rn the srxth perrod study hall to anv underclassman who rs lookrng for a place rn the sun ROSEMARY SCHUHMACHER wrlls her spontaneous drsposrtron to Alrce Ellrott CECIL SERIGHT vyrlls hrs frfth year of Englrsh to Maynard Convuav WARREN STANTON vyrlls hrs great rnterest rn grrls to Kenny Young LEONARD STEINBACHER bequeaths hrs constant chatter to Norma Jean Montgomery MABEL STEVENS leaves her blorrdness to Eva Nrta Rupp JOHN SULLIVAN wrlls hrs versatrle wrt to Noel Anderson room for rt Krkr9 WILLIAM TOPE leaves hrs abrlrty to act professor parts to Prof Hagre KENNETH VINION wrlls hrs corn to any barny ard DOLORES WAGNER leaves a long whrstle on passrrrg to the boys who are strll practrcrng that technrque PATRICIA WACKERLIN leaves her abrlrty to cope wrth studres to Ann Katzenberger WALTER WEEKS bequeaths hrs tendency to love em and leave em to Eldon Adams STANLEY WHITEHORN leaves hrs Ernsterrr brarrr to Skrp Johnson to use rn the future SYLVIA WOLFE leaves her habrt of rollrng her eyes cerlrng ward to Mrss Hagre who doesnt want rt JAMES WOOD leaves hrs lumbermg gart to Theresa Dreyyrske EDWARD DICKENS leaves us for the Marrnes ARNAM WILEY bequeaths sadly the extra semester rn yyhrch to graduate to any mrsgurded student who thrnks that play rng pays TOM McKENZIE bequeaths much agarnst hrs conservatrve desrres hrs horseback rrdrng to Esther Humphrey It s a good pastrme untrl the war rs over Esther We the Senrors of Nrneteen Forty two do sv. ear thrs to be our only and last wrll and do srgn and affrx our seal thereunto THE SENIORS OF 1942 VIRGINIA SWANSON leaves her' abundance of hair' to Henriette Gray. Can you find 18 THE PIONEER GWQSDQJOJQ IT WIII HAPPEN IN 1961 VELMA AMES the sknng lnstructor at Shonkln Lodge has just set a new worlds record 1n Skl Jumplng wlth a Jump of one foot one and one half lnches LORNE RITTER IS the newest Power s model for the latest mascuhne colffures of 1967 JACK ANDERSON and SYLVIA WOLFE the most popular dance team of the hour have created the newest dance craze the MISSOUYI hop DR LORRAINE BAKER has announced her recent marrlage vshxch she belleves IS her nmth Because of ART BENNETTS lnterest rn the models he palnts hls vufe dlvorced him recently MARGARET BIRKELAND RITTER S ten year old mathematlcal genlus has Just entered college GEORGE CALKIN after years of research has brought out a new hall tonlc whlch IS pos1t1vely guaranteed to keep halr down but unfortunately while experlmentlnff w1th lt on h1s own head he became bald WARREN STANTON has won the t1tle of the world s fastest talker LUCILLE CALLISON has Just won flrst prme for the tenth stralght year for he1 sauex kraut She attrlbutes her success to Loma cl1mat1c cond1t1ons It has been reported that JACQUELINE CASTOR COLLINS and LENORE FRIELING were the cause of the pra1r1e frre vthlch ravaged the Carter area They vsere argumg about who was the pr1ze partner of CASANOVA JAMES WOODS WALTER WEEKS was Just recently shot whrle serenadlng h1s g1rl number 1000 Her father thought he was a coy ote prowhng around the house The monkeys rn the Bronx Zoo have just dravnn up a pet1t1on for the oustlng of thelr keeper JUNIOR TOPE He attracts too much of the spectators attention ALICE GALBRAITH has started gxvlng snazzy convertxble coupes away to young men so that the glrls may enjoy the same pr1v1lege she dld ln her debutante days MARY GRAY and PROFESSOR STANLEY WHITEHORN her husband have won the tltle of the Famlly of the Year Mrs Wh1tehorn graclously stated Twelve chlldren are a l1ttle hard on the flgure and nervous svstem but the Jos of hav1ng a llttle arm around one s neck 15 recompense CLARK HILTON IS the womens ldea of the most manly physlque WILLIAM KOEPP has retired from college to draw h1S old age Townsend penslon BERTHA LUNDY 1S the frrst bal1er1na of the Ballet Russe KEITH NEYLAND IS the leadlng efflclency expert of Wall Street MABEL STEVENS trled out a new dlsh on her husband HAROLD KRSUL she IS now held on the charge of manslaughter DARYL HAGIE IS the chxef doorman for the Chouteau House 4 4 . , v 1 y , . . 7 . . . v 1 v v 1 1 v cs ' V 1 ' ' 'V ' y . . .- . . . 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V . 1 v THE PIONEER GNQKDQJ-0-JTJ BILL LOUTHER IS the chlef streetcleaner for Carter PATRICIA WACKERLIN blows soap bubbles wh1ch have become substltutes for balloons PATRICIA Muscle Bound Baby ANDERSON has just retlred after twenty two success ful years IH the boxmg rmg FERN KELLEY enjoys her 11fe among the Arctlc Esklmos Her occupatxono Its teachlng them how to make Walrus and seal crepe suszettes RICHARD MOSES has started a Back to Nature movement H1s motto a rag a bone and a hank of halr TOM MCKENZIE brushes the curls and curves out of the gram 1n the wood be1nU used ln makxng a desk for ARNAM WILEY the chxef executlve of the Ostrlch Anlmal Cracker Company JOHN SULLIVAN has just been promoted and had a 1a1se ln salaly H15 pos1t1on'P Hes chlef pencll sharpener for the Chrysler Corporatlon JEAN REYNOLDS IS the ch1ef wmdow opener and closer of the Emplre State Buxldmff BETTY SCHMIDT won the Nobel Prlze for endurance Shes just recelved the rejectlon sllps on her latest unsuccessful novel number 5599 GERALDINE SCHUHMACHER has Just won wlde recogmtlon 1n the fashlon f1eld fox her srster make up and han dye for the NICOLOFFS who are known as the best dressed women ln opera BARBARA SCOTT IS the new suspenslon brldge across the Gland Canyon ROSEMARY SCHUHMACHER IS the chlef testel of playground S11d6S and teeter tottel for EDWARD DICKENSS Playground Equ1pment Coxpoxatlon JOHN LIPPERT deslgns cuckoos for Bulova clocks EFFIE RITLAND was declared the vlctor over DOT RONNING 1n a squabble over the respectlve merits of brlngmg the needle to the thread or the thread to the needle when threadlng needles LEONARD STEINBACHER the Casper Mllquetoast of Dogpatch has just l6C61V8d a compound fracture of the thlgh when he trlpped over h1s blg toe DONALD RUST shells peanuts for Planters CECIL SERIGHT has earned the much esteemed txtle of the worlds authorlty on boot straps DOLORES WAGNER and KENNETH VINION the ldeal couple have Just completed thelr Xanadu on the Island VIRGINIA SWANSON IS a professlonal dueller Her prlze weapons? 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THE PIONEER GWO'k9QJOfD JUNIOR CLASS We l1ke v1m vlgor and Zlp In what better way could we prove lt than in our ChO1Ce of Leo Kxlroy as presldent for the second SUCCCSSIVE year'P Guess ltS just the start we got 1n hlgh school To go 1nto a brand new bulldln st1ll smelllng of fresh palnt and varnlsh gee what class couldnt have pep' Schools a place for learnlng and fun IS our axiom Some of our classmates have done really outstandmg thmgs m the Bozeman scholarshlp contests and our basketball players have shown themselves to be good materlal for the successors of the graduatmg players We ve also been actlve members ID other school act1v1t1es We think well make outstandlng SGDIOTS next year how about you? GNSKXJWKD JUNIOR PL4Y Wlth Sprlng IH the all who could blame the Junlors for becommg sllghtly June Mad 9 After almost a month of trlals and trlbulatlons they showed thexr efforts to the publlc on Ap111 14 Leo Kllroy as Roger Van Vleck the suave lady klller tlxed hrs charms on fifteen year old Penny Woods played by Marjoue Manley and she l1ked It wh1le hex parents Clalre Sykes and Mabel Lucas patlently watched the vyhole ep1sode But Chuck HHTIIS WHHTIQ Pavellsr an old tlme frrend who lrked gllders flnally won Penny after a d1sast1 ous gllder tr1p taken agalnst the vull of h1s father Arthur Klexnschmldt But Roger had already turned h1s attentron to NIGIVWH Woods gnl frrend Julle Harrls fAl1ce Elllotb much to the dlscomfort of Melvyn lumself fRobe1t Clalgr and dellght of M11ly Lou fAnna Mae Kalbusb the noted household pest who llked Mervyn Elmer Tuttle the handy man was played by Henry Grossman and hrs g11l frxend Effle the mald by Florence Cooper who suffered through It all and never seemed to be able to make her slxp stop showmg Tyyo nelghbor chxldren who were nearly alyyays over for dlnner were Shlrley and Ralph Wentworth play ed by Joyce Gall and James Morger The play was wrxtten by Florence Ryerson and Colm Clemens and dlrected by Ila Grace Hagle cmkswem IL 'WOR PROM Aft r June Mad the Junlors were faced Wlth the task of the prom Preparatrons were begun and after much blCk6I'1I1g the theme The Garden of the Moon was chosen decoratlng began an orchestra hlred and the refreshments planned Then the blg nxght came everythlng went llke clockwork no one trlpped 1n the grand march the prom queen Margaret Blrkeland was crowned and hex attendants Patty Anderson semor Margaret James Junior Leona Relchelt sophomore and Ann Katzenberger freshman were announced Everyone vyent home tlred and lookmg forward not too happlly to the Havre Band Festival the next day 1 1 ' , . . . , . , , . 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Z' 2 xx :I I cf , f'l fx X P 1 C C - X .1 THE PIONEER "N'0k3QJr0f" if' .if ,Q CLASS OF 'gf -wa hw WM' ffcgdffe :W "4V fl i Jen cfm b H My in 3:53 Q16 -1' an BQ" "Fl" 'VW Vance Allen Noel Anderson Ronald Archer Wrlma Blackwood Charles Brodock Maynard Conway Donald Crale Dav1d Dedman ROSIHH Dlemert Mary Eloff Frances Embleton V1ctor Fatz Eugene Frlellng Basll Fultz Henrrette Gray Dalores Hannum MarJor1e Huffman Clarence Humes Donald Jackson Marlbelle Jarnke Wyman Jones Fred Katzenberger Donald Knudson Gertrude Postlll Ernest Ramsay Leona Relchelt Donald Reynolds Rhoda Ann Rltter James Ronnlng George Rowe Orval Ser1ght Walter Stanton Amie Tope Stanley V1n1on Jerome W11ey Robert Wlllson 26 xl ll ' ,A fe '- r + ' ' .r J f Q .ve rg gi 423 e ln., ff Q' f k Q f . i ' " iq M "f ' "' . V I , 1 3 '4 5 4 , ., V Q ,, aw? 'J 1 ff M' vi, mg, f Q fi - I V .Qs , 'Y ' .- "l1 3 if 9 , f K .. V ff: A .l,,, za, L, 'ri a . .,,.,.,.... ' V. Q W! 9, , ..,,,.,.,,., ,,.., 4,4 ,..,. 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THE PIONEER GWQKDQJWKD SOPHOMORE CLASS Ya know to be a sophomore class ya gotta be sorta patlent As a class nobody notrces you All the glrnt luster and glltter of the f1rst freshman days has tarnlshed long ago We took our 1nrt1at1on on the chrn and came up smrhng but that seems to be sorta forgotten Our presldent K1k1 Gray and our sponsor Mlss Cooney really drd a marvelous Job durrng our freshman year and we aren t so bad rn our chorce thrs vear B111 Preunlnger and MISS Johnson But dont get us wrong ' We re rearm and ready to take over the pos1t1on held by th1s years Junrors cwsfmscyofo SENIOR PLAY Gomg Places was the approprrate trtle of a farce 1n three acts grven on November 25 1941 The plot centers around gettrng Chuck Malloy 1Dary1 Hagrel a wh1z at football but a dud at Anclent Hlstory rnto Dartford College But they have to contend with Dr Stubbs tClark Hrltonb and Dr Krrnball presrdent of the college fJun1or Topel Ella Krmball fPat Wackerlrnb 1S the wrfe of the presrdent Jeff Sterlrng student football manage1 1B1ll Loutherl enllsts the help of Shrrley Dr Krrnballs daughter 1Mary Grayl Rosemary Lee mald of the Krmballs fAllC8 Galbra1thJ The plot thrckens as Cuthbert Lee 1.101111 Sullrvanb hlghbrow cousrn of Rosemary takes Chucks exam Dr Krmball ls kept guess lng as to who 1S Kate Malloy Chucks r1ch aunt because Mrs Stubbs 1Mabel Stevensl wrfe of Dr Stubbs and Florence Ward 1Margaret Brrkelandr a magazme feature wrrter each m turn portray Aunt Kate When Aunt Kate 1Betty Schmldtb frnally appears every thlng IS worked out Chuck and Cuthbert are admltted to the college and Aunt Kate endows a new college lrbrary cmwwem STUNT Dell' Its all over for another year' The Senrors sponsored therr annual Stunt Day on Aprrl 10 It was rather wlndy but we marched all over town led by the German Band whrle people on the slde lrnes took snapshots and movrng prctures Of the varrous stunts the Freshmen won f1rst pr1ze for therr mterpretatron of the Faculty rn thelr younger years The sophomores gave Father Gets Took and took second pr1ze Wrth a modern versron of Lrttle Red Rrdmg Hood the Senrors placed th1rd Leona Relchelt as Lrttle Red Rrdrng Hood von a prrze for the best grrls costume Kenneth Vmron as the Nazr prrsoner had the most orrglnal boy s costume and Lee Katzenberger had the funnrest boy s costume Lurene Anderson and Lorrame Baker mon the pr1ze for the best couple the RIHSO twrns 27 U Yr ' ' ' . 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Lena Fxxatzanlacfqer' if CLASSJQ nn H OF 45 his!! 5 lfffggan .Q i of 2+ 4 T-'fs' ,.-- 519 Fay Allard Robert Anderson Barbara Blrleland Cecllla Bogner Florence Breault Jewel Calhson Marlan Campbell Robert Collms Morns Cameron Dorothy Dedman Theresa DTSWISKB Eva Ellxott Gertrude Elliot Barbara Ellls Clara Fox Leonard Johnson Ann Katzenberger Darwrn Lenxngton George Llppert Norma Jean Montgomery Dorothy Nelson Vxrglma Rathff Eva Nlta Rupp Gerald Rust Lucille Small James Smlth Stanley Smith Betty Terry James Whlte June Walker 30 I Vo tr ' A : ' 'Q X' as ' 1 'W 4 -1 t ' ,A ' ' 4: 5 ' 1 2. ' 5 A f ki In gg 'Y S gg'-9 '- -' U "YYY N, 2 A J, K X-N-A--fic? f :six 3 Y 1523 2:5 ,, A- rg A Q ' ' Xi? fa 9 - H K ' ,J Ac.: Q. .Q 'gm , .A may M , . I if 1 ,,. . ' : in :,y b W' V . A V ..,. 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A Fort Benton frfarn tlrrs year walked off wrth '1 great rnrny honors 'rt the rnnufrl 3rd rn French I Lorrarne Baker lst rn Pentathlon lst rn LIIGIZILIIS lst lll Algebra II 'ind rn Trrgonornetry and 2nd rn Chemrstry Florence Cooper lst rn Shorthfrnd I and lst rn Englrsh III Eldon Adams 3rd rn Bookkeeprng Robert Crarg lst rn Crvrcs 2nd rn Algebra II and 2nd rn Pentfrthlon Stanley Whrtehorn 2nd rn Scrence Mfrgor Kerth Neylancl lst rn Trrgononretry 2nd rn Mathernfrtrcs Mayor Mabel Steyens lst rn Horne Econornlcs Major Lee Kfrtzenberger 3rd rn Algebra Lucrlle Hanford lst rn General Scrence lst rn Enflrsh I Thrs year rn addrtron to then trrp to Bozeman the students made a tour of Montana s only natural caye MOIIISOII Caye near Whrtehall 31 ...Y ' ' . . .' ' .S . A . vc A . - Y - ' M , ' " ' - . fl V ' Y 1 vi Y r J , , ' ,.g.' j r' ' " . r j . r . Bozeman High School Week. Those who took places were as follows: Leona Reichelt. . ' - Z ..l ' .l 5. ' L . . ' ' . . V L ' . . l I ' -' vt-. 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O WAZAYJBQYAQ O3 O xv Ax, H3 Q J qw O O UP Xadpfi OO o Xu X11 OO O1 Q D me X gp! , - fl 'f if l 13 X THE PIONEER 33 GNQKDQJQ-fb Back Row M1 Halvorson James Mo1ge1 Clalr Sykes Rosemary Schuhmacher Kenneth Young Phyllls Ronnlng Fourth Row Charles Preunlnger R1chard Arnst Robert Cralg Lorne Rltter Arthur K16lDSChIHldt Wllllam Pxeumnger Noel Anderson Donald Knudson Eldon Adams Robert Brust Thlrd Row Mary Gray Robert Anderson Vernell Flsher Kenneth Vlnlon Barbara Scott Kelth Neyland Daryl Hagxe Donald Jackson Betty Schm1dt Calllson Albert Morrls Marlan Campbell Front Row Marjorle Huffman Marjorle Manley Wyman Jones Barbara Van Horn Lee Katzenberger Patrlcla Anderson Marlbelle Jahnke fwywcmm BAND Thls year as IH former years the band was one of the most outstandlng organ1za tlons ln FBHS The band was composed of 42 members and thms year as last offlcers yyere chosen Daryl Hagle was elected presldent Dlck Moses vlce presxdent Patrlcla Anderson and Mary Gray secretaries The dlrector Mr Chapln mtroduced the xdea of marchmg and formmg letters between halves of basketball games and this made the band a great attractlon at each game Then Mr Chapln reslgned at the end of the flrst semestel and Mr A1v1n Halvorson from Moorhead Mlnnesota was secured for the posltion There were two concerts durlng the year one ln the fall and one ln the sprlng The e were well recelved by muslc lovers of Fort Benton The band ment to the annual muslc festlval at Havre on May 9 thus wmdmg up 1 busy muslcal year at FBHS Second RowQFred Katzenberger, Helen Camobell, Clark Hilton, Alice Galbraith, Richard Moses, Betty J . 34 THE PIONEER C2001 Back Row Harold Krsul Cla1r Sykes Vernell Fxsher Wrllxam Preumn er Chester Halley Theodore Kelley Mxddle Row-Charles Blodock Mr Hess Daryl Hagre Mr Zxle Donald Gall Front Row Leo Kllroy Kelth Neyland Wllllam Lo1.ther Arthur Bennett BASKETBALL Thls has been the most successful basketball season ln years The Longhorns were champions at the sub dlstrlct took second at the dlstrlct and fourth 1n the reglonal The team played the hardest schedule 1n years losmg only seven games and XV1I1Il1I1g twenty four Perhaps the most notable thlng about the team was that every man was a vxtal part of the maclune that rolled to vlctorv m so many games The team outscored their opponents 935 to 621 and averaged only slx fouls per game . . .. .r - , , , 2, , - ,,,. GNQXDQJWKD - 1 I ' , - B111 Louther THE PIONEER GNOk9Q.9'bfD St Ann s Brow nmg H1ghWOOd Geraldme St Marys Chmook Hlghwood Bxg Sandy Choteau Conrad Shelby Centervrlle Belt Belt Shelby B1g Sandy Choteau BASKE TBA LI GAMES They W Browmng Cveraldlne SLB DISTRICT Centervllle Belt St Marvs DISTRICT Fort Shaw Choteau St Marys Power REGIOYAL Lrbby Browmng Chlnook TOTALS 930 PL 1 YF R 9 D The Y Daryl Hagxe Kerth Neyland Arthur Bennett Leo K11roy Chester Halley B111 PlCL111lHgSI' VBIII Flsher Harold Klsul Clan Sykes Ted Kelley 14 DARYL HAGIE sen1o1 was captam and star forward second hlgh scolel and one of the best floor game players on the team WILLIAM LOUTHER senlol hlgh scorer for the team He was a Good man on the rebounds and also '1 good plvot shot man KEITH NEYLAND senlor lngh scormg forward Kelth was dangerous at any txme but when he ot hot he could slnk baskets from any where ARTHUR BENNETT senlor was our best defens1ve play ex Hrs ab1l1ty to Jump gave hlm vlrtual control of the backboard LEO KILROY Jumor Leo the Small turned 1n some amazmg performances 'md should be a hlgh scorer next year CLAIR SYKES Jumox played a good game at guard and was a very dependable play er VERN FISHER He shows Junlor lmproved 1HD1d1W and became regular guard for the tournament much promlse for next year WILLIAM PREUNINGER sophomore one of the most Improved players on the team He should be a tough man under the basket w1th hrs ab1l1ty to control rebounds CHESTER HALLEY Junlor Chet yull be back next year and after three years of ey: perxence should be a top notch forward next year and a play er hard to stop HAROLD KRSUL senlor Harold only got 1n a few of the games but was always to be counted on for at least one tally THEODORE KELLEY sophomore "Ted' was sub center and whenever he got ln he was sure to make h1s quota of polnts 35 We e . 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H31 99 27 20 223 ' ' ,, ,,,,,,,,..., ,3O 84 15 32 183 ,. ,, 1,131 42 14 33 98 ' ,, ,, .,,, 23 33 5 11 70 ' , ,, , 23 17 10 17 44 ' ' ' . . . ,30 19 5 16 43 ' '. ,' H25 12 4 17 28 ' ,, 7 4 3 4 11 " ' 5 , ,. .25 4 3 11 11 3 2 2 2 3 5 7 THE PIONEER GNOKDQIOID FOOTBALL The Fort Benton Longhorns started out the1r football season wxth a sudden hard fought vlctory over the Choteau Bulldogs by a score of '7 to 6 The game was played on a muddy grxdlron whlch llmlted the tvso teams runn1ng offense Choteau made the first touchdown and It was not untll the th1rd quarter that a long pass was thrown and the Longhorns scored Another pass was thrown 1n the end zone for the extra pomt whlch put the Longhorns ln the lead The Longhorns edged out the Chmook football squad by a score of 12 to 7 Thls game was also played on a muddy f1eld The Chmook squad was the fxrst to score but the Longhorns flnally drove to vlctory The Longhorns clashed wlth the Havre Colts but the Longhorns dr1v1ng power was too much for the Colts The Longhorns won by a large margm the score bemg 39 to 0 The Longhorns traveled to Conrad to play the Conrad Cowboys and suffered thexr f1rst defeat by a score of 27 to 7 The Conrad squad showed some very f1ne football especlally 1n thelr runnlng offense The Malta squad and the Conrad eleven met to determlne the champ1onsh1p and the Malta squad gamed the t1tle The Longhorns traveled to Malta to determlne the champlonshlp of the d1str1ct and lost by a score of 26 to 6 FOOTBAIL REPORT EDWARD DICKENS-Sr Center Edwald s welght made h1Il'l a valuable man to the squad Tubby w1ll be a loss to the squad DONALD GALL-Jr Blocklng Back Ducks powerful welght and determlnatlon make hun a valuable man d6SDlt6 the handlcap of a bad leg CHESTER HALLEY Jr End Chets ab1l1ty to run and catch long passes added to the strength of the Longhorns offenslve DARYL HAGIE Sr Quarter Back Daryls leadersh1p and ablllty to carry out the dutles of h1s pos1t1on made h1m a valuable asset to the Longhorn s dr1v1ng power BILL PREUNINGER Soph Back Bucks power determxnatxon dr1ve and all alound hard play1ng make h1m a prom1s1ng football player and one to watch ln the next couple years HAROLD KRSUL-S1 Half Back We have a loss to any team where there 1S determ1nat1on to wln and Hal had It tlon to Wm meant a lot to the team CALVIN FULTZ Jr Guard Cals ab1l1ty to get ID there and mess thlngs up gave h1m hlS regular posltzon CECIL SERIGHT Sr Tackle Cecll showed every tlme that he was 1n there p1tch1ng and we ll m1ss h1m next year DONALD RUST Sr Half Back Dons hard hittlng and hard drxvmg made h1m a regular Don lS a loss to next years team GEORGE PAUL-Jr Back George was a valuable reserve man and 1S made of the stuff that football players are made of FRANK MANLEY Sr Guard Frank had plenty of the push It takes to play a good football game and w1ll be a loss to the team JUNIOR TOPE-Sr End Here we have determ1nat1on and that IS what goes 1nto the maklng of a good football player ORVILLE SERIGHT Soph Guard-Orvllle was a good reserve man and fought hard 1n h1s pos1t1on CHARLES BRODOCK Soph -Center-Charles IS a good worker and w1ll make a good man for next years team 16 ROBERT CRAIG Jr End Practlce makes perfect and Robert attended every practlce He w1ll be good materlal for next year s team cwswemm 1941 TRACK The track season th1s year 119411 was one of varled success It showed up several prom1s1ng prospects for future years The f1rst meet was held 1n Great Falls on Apr1l 25 Then on May 9 we attended the meet at Havre We were handlcapped here because some of the boys had gone to Bozeman for Hxgh School Week On May 14 we went to the bxg meet of the year the State Meet at Missoula Most conslstent pomt wlnner on the squad was Arthur Bennett 1n the hlgh Jump and broad Jump In the dlstance run Calv1n Fultz was an lmportant pomt wlnner Wllllam Preunlnger a sophomore took honors ln the shot put dlscus and Javelxn and wlth two years to go he ought to be one of the best m the state 36 1. M H . .- - ' ' ' ' 2' - . .h . D -U ig, . . . 3' v- .- T , . . . ' 4- , . -. i- . - I w 1 H , . . 5- . - . -- T ' f ' ' A ' 1 . ' I 6. l H t ur- -n ' 7. KEITH NEIILAND-Sr.-End-A good man on the offense and one Whose determina- 8' D t - - , '. . . . Y 9. ' . f .- ' - . . . . . 10. ? .- ' - Q . . . . . ll. I .- - ' ' 12. - .5 - ' ' 13. I .- - ' A ' ' ' ' 14' . . . . - '- u A 15. D - v . ' ' THE PIONEER 37 CNWKDQJOKD Back Row Calvin Fultz Cecil Seright Leo Kilroy Chester Hallex Theodore Kellev Donald Rust Darxl Haffie Charles Biodock George Paul Middle Row Ml Hess Arthur Klemschmidt William Preunmger William Tope Keith Newland William Louther M1 Zile Ficnt Rom Frank Manlex Clair Sxkes Arthur Bennett Donald Gall Harold Krsul Vernell Fisher cwsfwxnef: B CLL B in either football basketball or track Last spun the club had a mee me at which Darxl Hagie at as elected president Donald Gall vice presldent and Arthur Bennett se retars tieasuxel mth Mr Zile and Mr Hess co sponsors The club participated in a ticket sale for the sub district basketball tournament which was plat ed off on the home floor for the first time In the spxinv the members of the club plan and supexxise the countx bI3d6 track meet X X 1 J The B Club is an organization made up of all the boys who have won their letters ' A ' . , - . " g t' D ' ' Q .' D . . .' h- U Q 1 38 THE PIONEER GN6'k9Q.9'0fD Back Row Ronald Archer Donald Reynolds Henry Grossman Wyman Jones Vlctor Fatz George Llppert Cecll Serlght Walter Weeks Robert WIIISOD Clarence Humes Robert Anderson Fred Katzenberger Mlddle Row Basll Fultz Walter Stanton Leonard Johnson Maynard Conway Leonard Stembacher Davld Dedman Noel Anderson Donald Cralg Stanley V1n1on Harold Krsul Front Row Mr Carpenter Frank Manley Warren Stanton Ca1v1n Fultz Tom McKenz1e Donald Knudson GNWKDQJWKD THE FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The Future Farmers of America 1S completmg lts fifth year of actlvlty thls sprlng Members of thls orgamzatlon have taken an actlve part ln the proJect of salvagmg scrap lron and ln axdlng 1n the alumlnum drlve Safe Drlvxng was the theme of thexr radio broadcast over KFBB th1S wmter As another project the members are buymg Defense Stamps and Bonds The F F A IS a natlonal organlzatlon and th1s chapter sends delegates to the State Conference at Bozeman every sprlng The boys have planted 1100 tomato plants to be used ln home gardens They furnlshed a program for a KIWZHIS Club meetlng Thls years officers are Frank Clark presldent Calvm Fultz flrst v1ce president James Allen second vlce presxdent Frank Manley secretary Donald Knudson treasurer and Tom McKenZ1e reporter 1 s v 1 v ' . 1 v v v - " 1 1 1 v y v v v - " . , s v 1 1 . . . . . . . . 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THE PIONEER GNQKQQJOJJ Back Row Lenore Frxelmg Florence Breault Rlta Dale Puth Lillian Bokovoy Laura Jane Olmstead Marjorie Manley Alice Galbraith Mary Gray Mabel Stevens Dorothy Ritter Helen Campbell Ann Katzenberger Leona Reichelt Marian Campbell MarJor1e Huffman Mlddle Row Theresa Drewiske Henrlette Gray Delores Frlelmg Jeannette Stevens Dawn Gallagher Patricia Wackerlin Lucille Small Betty Schmidt Elsre Mae McSweeney Dorothy Nelson Margaret Front Row Patricia Anderson Barbara Ellis Lucille Hanford Barbara Scott Miss Johnson Dixie Schoonover Mabel Lucas Barbara Van Hom Esther Humphrey GNQKDQJWKD GLEE CLUB Music hath charms The chorus has proven this by their presentation of a light program of Southern Melodies This was a gala affair with leg o mutton sleeves sweeping trains and bustles adding color and variety to the scene The Glee Club was qulte active this year and was formed under the direction of Miss Johnson Betty Schmidt was elected president Margaret Birkeland vice president and Helen Campbell librarian During the course of the year the club participated in several programs and ended their activities by singing at Baccalaureate and Commencement 39 T Birkeland, Dorothy Dedman, Velma Ames, Virginia Ratliff, Florence Cooper. 40 THE PIONEER 3N'0k9QJ'0fI, Back Row Eva Nlta Rupp Esther Humphrey Theresa Drewlske Norma Jean Montgomery Patrlcra Ander on Clara Fox Lenore Frrelmg Beryl Schultz Florence Breault Fay Allard Anna Mae Kalbus Mlddle Roxy Vrrernra Ratllff Delores Frrelrng Effle Rltland Gertrude Ellrot Jeannette Stevens Velma Ame Wllnra Blackwood Lucllle Small Dorothy Nelson Lurene Anderson Rlta Dale Ruth Front Pon Rosalie Cameron Dorothy Dedman Mrss Holmes Mabel Stevens Barbara Blrkeland Mabel Lucas Ba1"'ara Ellrs cwewwwm HOME EC CLUB Wasn t Co ed Prom fun? Oh yes there were a lot of patrlotrc costumes and others showmg natronal conservatron and good nerghbor pO1lCy But all the Dalsy Maes weren t satlsfled wrth one event Thev made candy sold It at basketball games had a Christmas party sponsored a style shovt entertamed the faculty and their mothers at a tea and served a tea for the semors But as yet they hadnt even seen L1l ALner so they made bed slde bags for the Red Cross 1n order that they mrght at least help those away from home Ther fmally plotted and caught some L11 Abners at a p1cn1c for the F F A boys Leadmg the band ln the chase were Mrss Holmes sponsor and Mabel Stevens presldent Close on therr heels came Wrlma Blackwood vlce presrdent Esther Humphrey secretary ar d Anna Mae Kalbus trea ue '- 1 1 1 v Q ' ' ' . -1 y y 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 J, .' , . , , . . .1 , , 1 1 1 1 , -V - . , . . - 1 9 . . V . . . . , V . . . . Y . . - . 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 . , . .. is Y - . 1 - . . . v 1 . .. 1 V , i ,. .. THE PIONEER 41 QJWi1 Back Row Effie Rltland Dorothy Ronmng Allce Galbralth Mabel Stevens Jean Reynolds Mlddle Row V1rg1n1a Swanson Arthur Bennett Jacquellne Castor Kenneth Vmlon Betty Schmldt Leo Kllroy Margaret B1rkeland Front Row Rlchard Moses Patrlcxa Wacker11n Clark H1lton Mary Gray John Sullxvan Wlth a membership of twenty four students the Press Club organized under Mlss Helen Fechter for the year 1941 1942 Dick Moses was elected presldent John Sullxvan v1ce presldent and Pat Wackerhn secretary Each meetmg was under the dxrectlon of a committee of members wrth food and fun followlng the regular busmess In the fall the Press Club had a magazme subscnptxon campa1gn Just before Chrxstmas a delegatlon went to Great Falls to attend an MIEA meetmg there and came back wlth new xdeas and the memory of a good tlme cwvwwwm PRESS CLUB THE PIONEER "W0k9Q.00fN M IIIIILL QSCRIILL gb 9' N, a ta? Back Row Mabel Stevens Jean Reynolds Alxce Galbraxth Mary Gray Front Row Margaret Bxrkeland Betty Schmrdt Clark Hllton Patr1c1a Wackerhn GWOk9 QUILL AND SCROLI FBHSS chapter of Qu111 and Scroll IS a small chapter of the natlonal honorary Journallsm soclety The members thrs year have sponsored a school song contest and led a song assembly In order to gaxn some necessary funds the chapter sold candx at the sub dlstrxct tournament A breakfast p1cn1c was the last get together of the group for the school year Thls club has devlated from the usual meetlng plan and holds 1ts meet lngs at noon Wlth a luncheon It IS governed by a Board of Representatrves Each member or representatlve takes h1s turn at presldlng at a meetlng 42 sl U g ,-,. P x v fray' wr i , ' , -V - 1 - 'E fi X f 15 .' 11 ,fl I ' f 'ly Q 1 if , i if I: 4 v W My . ..,V.. ., , f Q - It ,-:.r, 'f 1 il 2 A fi 'A THE. PIONEER GNQKDQJOJ U FTHESPIRH 1 L5 W 4,141 I 41' mi 14 R ' 154 ni' My Back Row Betty Schmxdt Margaret Blrkeland M1ss Hagxe Patricia Anderson Patrlcia Wackerlin Front Row Mabel Stevens Clark H1lton Allce Galbralth Wlllxam Louther Mary Gray Wllham GWGKD THESPIANS At the home of Margaret Bxrkeland new members were inltlated mto Thespian Troupe No 195 durmg the wmter months Those suffermg the 1n1t1ation were Mabel Stevens Betty Schmidt Alice Galbraxth and Pat Wackerhn Thls brought the membersh1p to eleven Offlcers are Margaret Blrkeland presldent Clark Hilton vlce president Patty Anderson secretary treasurer In the sprlng a number of Junlors from the Junior play June Mad were inducted lnto the club GNQKDQJQVD SPEECH CLASS PLA YS The Speech Class thls year presented a program of four one act plays instead of thelr usual three As a b1t of varlety one of the plays SEEING DOUBLE featured two characters ln each part COMMAND PERFORMANCE had its settmg 1n Orlental sur roundmgs and was a combmatlon comedy and tragedy CABBAGES took place IH a German home m whlch Mrs Grossmelr was determmed to flnd out her famlly tree and rt was decldedly dlfferent from what she had hoped' CRITICAL CASE was bullt around the story of a gnl who was sure that she had pneumoma whenever she had a cold and a tumor on the bram lf she had a headache The Speech Class took IH more thls year for these plays than ever taken 1n for a Slmllar program before Tope 43 7 . 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Basketball heroes grve up every thmg else to start practrce The Junrors were hosts to an all school dance Kenny Young breaks hrs ankle whrle skrrng Pawdon mah southawn accent but the Senror Play rs Gomg Places The play was a brg success December 5 The Longhorns wrn therr frrst trlt ln the season by defeatrng Brownrng 27 11 44 A 7 7 - - V . 16 ' ' ' ' ' , ' '. ' ' ' ' n 8 1 . . . y - Y, . . ' . . . V ' ' I ' 24 " ' ' - - 10 ' ' ' - 'UV ' ' 12 4 ' l D , 29 . Q . V. . . , - 30 . . l 1 W 31 " ' - -- 20 ' " ' U - 7-6. ' 23 1 U - . Stevens as president and Miss Holmes, Q N . ' I 4 24 s ' ' ' v ' ' I 7 1 1 ' 1 v' ty, 27 ' l V 10 . . .. , V . , 13 ' ' ' 8 - 17 ' ' ' 21 ' 10 . . . ' . . U 22 . . .. ' 11 ' 25 ' , ' THE PIONEER GBb4VN.9Q.4f04fD December Quill and Scroll sponsored a school song contest and Jeannette Stevens won with a song to the tune of Anchors Awergh The Longhorns show their abrllty by defeat ing both Hrghwood and Geraldine rn a double header game The Annual Winter Band Concert was held and the Girls Chorus was featured The High School Girls Chorus and the grades presented the Christmas program Longhorns defeat St Marys 31 21 Christmas vacatron New Years dance was the main attraction of the holidays and many Alumni were present January Mr Halvorson takes Mr Chaprns place as band drrector Longhorns continue winning streak by down rng Choteau 23 13 Longhorns tramp over Big Sandv 38 6 Some rvery few though! have a two day vacation because of semester exams Longhorns come out on top rn Conrad tilt 19 11 Longhorns suffer their first defeat at tlre hands of Shelby 47 33 Ah surh do feel wright aht home when ah see all of these Darsy Maes warrng plaid shur tes Mighty purty too' Longhorns wrn agfrln at the expense of Centerville 33 9 The Belt Miners bow to the Longhorns 44 19 Mr Hester drd what he could to rmprove the looks of the senrors when they had their pictures taken Grrls basketball starts under the direction of Mrss Holmes The Longhorns finally come out on top after a nrp and tuck battle with Shelby St Marys avenge their previous loss and take Benton 39 26 February Rowe and Murray are the new Janitors After trailing most of the game the Long horns finally edged out Big Sandy 26 21 The the speech speech class class presented presented four four one one act act plays plays One one of of them them was was Seerng Double So are youl' Longhorns subdued for second loss of the season by Choteau February After playmg off a tre Brownlng edged out a victory at the expense of Benton B111 Louther was an hour late Nothing serr ous just the change to war time The Longhorns are victorious over Hrghwood Coeds of FBHS were surprised to see two aliens rn their midst at the Annual Coed Prom Could have been Craig and Adams Geraldine loses to Benton 21 Seven basketball teams met at Fort Benton to play off the Sub Drstrrct Tournament The Longhorns were victorious over St Mary s for the title Belt and Geraldine took third and fourth places respectively Fort Benton took second place at the Drstrlct Tournament rn Great Falls March April May 8 Red hats are running the plaid shirts a lrttle competition First contingent of soldiers from Chouteau County left for trarnrng Longhorns took fourth place at the Regional Tournament at Cut Bank Members of Speech Class give One Act Play Home Ec Club gives Faculty Tea Razz sheet comes out We wonder if someone uses rt as a means of getting even 2 More standard tests This time KSTC Stunt day If the or ganrzatrons respond the same way next year there will be no need for this Day Sixth and last lyceum A Canoe Trip to Alaska Junior Play June Mad And this rs Aprrl Spring Band Concert Mrlrtary music twirl mg and an appreciative audience The Freshmen paint the B urged on by the Senrors Not to be outdone the Sophomores have a prcnrc We went to Bozeman for another High School Week Junior 1-rom Ah tookt off mah boots and celebrated mah leavm by puttin out hot rhythm on the ole gvm floor The Band travel to Havre for the annual Music Festival Baccalaureate Fifty two senrors 111 maroon and gold get their drplomas 45 11 ' 7 . . , . 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