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

 - Class of 1950

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V r v . fwwwf Q, Wsvwfzw f ii, , H we W g, ,,.e,,,ggk .... j Q 4' W " .5 Foffeem-,n,MOnfana VofumeXXVf T H E 1D I' Q N E E R DEDICATION Many years ago several members of the Class of 1950 set for themselves the goal of winning the State Championship in haskethall. Manx' thought they were "shooting too liiglfg hut with effort and saerifiee thev aehieved 1 their goal. This was not done in a few days. It took many long hard hours of working together. l . . . . Une person eannot he given eredlt for producing this team: manx' faetors influeneed their sueeess. Without these-fa good t-oaeh. sehool spirit. proper attitude and effort. and good athletic material-it would not have lmeen possilrle to hare a "state" team from Fort Benton. ,Xt this point it would he very easx' to overlook one other influenee- eommunity support. were sure the team feels that without the support of their Nloms and Dads and friends it would have heen impossilile to go into the games with the "we will win" attitude. when the team lrrought home the state title everyone in this 1-ommunitx' was proud of them. To show their appreeiation the ltllsllltlsr men sponsored a trip for them to the Class A State Tournament at :Xnat-onda. As a permanent ret-ord to the st-hool Trvgre llirkeland presented a fine pair of l.onghorns to 1 the school in memory of his nieee, Phyllis Birkeland. Knowing this is the first time Fort Benton has lieen honored ln' having a State Championship team. the Class of 1950 would like to dedieate this animal to the team and its coach, Fred Hooley. fffhr J, 0 . ,,A: -I W., ' "f ,iil A , 7 3 XX ADMINISTRATION SUPERlNTENDENT'S MESSAGE Since i901 this high school has graduated young people with the hope and desire that they may have hecome lmetter prepared for life in the community. nation. and world. Many of these graduates have hrought honor to their school and themselves hy their achievements. Democracy depends upon education as a means of perpetuat- ing and improving itself. ln our schools we must develop a responsihility for participation in a democratic society. Nlemlmers of this society have the right of choicc of action hut also must accept the responsibility for that choice. While ahiding lry the will of the majority they must rememlier to respect the rights of the minority. Congratulations to you, the class of l950. on your past achievements. We look forward expectantly to future achieve- ments of the individual class memhers. BILL JOHNSTONE SCHOOL BOARD The members of the hoard of trustees of Schxiol District One have a cumulative service record of nearly forty years. As representatives of the community in the determination of educational policy they willingly give many hours to the review of school operation and the planning for future education of the boys and girls of this area. Identification At the left: Chairman Fred Arnst. Vice-Chairman Ingolf Birkeland. Leonard E. Crane. E. M. Peterson. and W. T. Morrison Below: Halder M. Hansen. clerk of the board J?" JA .W .. f 56 -ff X MISS BETTY BROWNE B. A. University of Montana Northwestern, Kent Ohio State English III and IV, Speech Library, Thespians Senior Play GEORGE PUCKETT B. S. Oklahoma A and M. College Agriculture, General Shop Future Farmers of America Junior Class Sponsor MRS. LILLIAN ADAMS HERBERT BERG Office Secretary MISS DOROTHY SETTER B. A. Montana State College University of Idaho Utah State Spanish, Girl's Physical Education, Typing Freshman Sponsor, G. A. A. Junior Play B. A. Eastern Normal College Montana State University Mathematics Projectionists Intramural Basketball Sophomore Class Sponsor WILLIAM J. SHIRLEY B. A., M. A. University of Iowa University of Montana Chemistry, Physics Advanced Mathematics Woodworking High School Principal Senior Class Sponsor H. MERNE PARSONS B. A. Gustavus Adolphus College University of Iowa University of Denver All music activities, Lyre's Club, Music Club, Band, Chorus FRED ROOLEY B. S., M. A. Montana State College Colorado College Physical Education, Biology Driver's Training Football. Basketball Baseball, Track B Club MRS. MARY TROY B. A. Universities of: Utah. California. Idaho. Wisconsin, and Denver Social Studies Row 1: MRS. IDA EMBLETON cafeteria manager CHARLES SMITH janitor DIXON BOKOVOY janitor How 2: HOWARD MEEKS and BILL SCOTT bus drivers MRS. GERTRUDE SCOTT ho! lunch cook MRS. ALICE SMITH B. S. Montana State College Home Economics 1 nglish I Future Homemakers of America MISS DARYI.. SWEENEY B. A. Montana Stats University Commercial. Journalism Can .on Report -0-a..M,,,,4.,,, BRUCE WILLSON B. S. North Dakota State Veterans on the Farm Training S 5 i,, Max? may MABEL BAILEY Girl's Chorus 1 Music Club 1 Pep Club 2. 3. 4 Library Club 3. 4 Annual Staff 4 'tMeet Me In St, Louis" 4 Thespians 4 BEVERLY BIRKELAND Band 1, 2. 3. 4 Pep Band 1. 2, 3, 4 Girl's Chorus 1, 2. 3. 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Sextette 2, 3, 4 Music Club 1, 2, 3. Sec.-Treas. 4 Lyres Club 2. Sec.-Treas. 3. 4 Annual Staff 4 "Cannon Report" 4 "You Can't Take It With You" 3 "Meet Me In St. Louis" 4 Student Council 3 AMW' SHIRLEY ANDERSON Band 1. 2. 3. 4 Pep Band 1. 2. 3. 4 Girl's Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Sextette 2. 3. 4 Music Club 1. 2. Sec.-Treas. 3. 4 Lyres Club Sec. 2. 3. 4 Annual Staff 4 "Cannon Reportu 4 "YouCan'tTakeItWithYou"3 Thespians 3. Sec. 4 TOM BRAMLETTE B Club 2. 3. Treas. 4 Varsity Basketball 2. 3 B Squad Basketball 1 Football 4Reservesi 2. 3 Intramural Basketball 4 Baseball 2. 3. 4 Annual Staff 4 "Cannon Report" 4 4'YouCan'tTakeItWithYou"3 4'Meet Me In St. Louis" 4 Thespians 4 ROBERT BACH FFA 2. 3. 4 "Cannon Report 4 "Meet Me In St, Louis" 4 4 wand, 'xml : ' 25-?vi'W V6 ,, , . ..,.. WWW 523 522 'Wg' 71 B 7 ff ' ff Q gy, at ef , 1 4 ff 'ft I 1 W Yr 5 5,7 4 X af? . , , . 2 I 13, A I-Q. V - fl V, '.-I 5: -: -:- f-ny W i :':':z'. ,. iffy? "1 .-.2EiE22i1:1'5:3:1- 251122 R' fffffi 452 ,ggas-:,:5g:, if . 3,1351 5 ,:::::.g4Qa!,zg:5,:g:::,5,.,::,-. ,:,f,v,,.H,:gzf:,s.., ' ' 5 -"f i -' I- .:,:.:11e:- Mfwz, ff ,f : f .. f f'T'3,:,ia' G' WW " X . ' , .1 .V A f' A, if 9 ,,., A 1 Q. U A JOYCE CHRISTENSEN Library Club 1 Projectionists 4 "Cannon Report" 4 NORLENE BATCHELOR Band 1, 2. 3. 4 Pep Band 1. 2. 3, 4 Girl's Chorus 1. Sec. 2 Mixed Chorus 4 Sextette 2. 3, 4 Music Club 1. 2. 3, 4 Lyres Club 1. 2. 3. Sec.-Treas. 4 GAA Sec.-Treas. 4 FHA 1. V. Pres, 2 Annual Staff 4 "YouCan'tTakeItWithYou"3 fMake-up and property! "Meet Me In St. Louis" 4 Thespians 3, 4 Student Council Treas. 4 Girl's State 3 CLAUDE BEHRENS Band 1. 2. 3. 4 Music Club 1. 2. 3. 4 B Club 1. 2. Sec. 3. Pres. 4 Basketball Manager 3, 4 Varsity Football 1. 2. 3. 4 B Squad Basketball 1 Intramural Basketball 3 Class Treas. 4 STELLA COADY LEROY DANIELS Band 1, 2 B Club 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 1, 2 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4 Girl's Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Music Club 1, 2 3 4 Pep Club 2, 3, 4' ' FHA 1, 2, 3 Annual Staff 4 "Meet Me In St. Louis" 4 SHARON ELLIOTT Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 2, 3, 4 Girl's Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 1, 4 Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 "YouCan'tTake ItWith You" 3 Thespians 3, 4 Student Council 3, 4 Debate Club 1 JAMES FRIELING B Club 3, 4 Varsity Football 3, 4 IntramuralBasketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 3 "Cannon Report" 4 "You Can't Take It With You" 3 "Meet Me In St. Louis" 4 Student Council 4 KENNETH HAMPTON FFA 2, 3, 4 "Cannon Report" 4 FFA 2, 3, 4 MARY HANKINS Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 1 Gir1's Chorus 1, 4 Mixed Chorus 2, 4 Music Club 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, Pres. GAA 4 FHA 1, 2, 3, 4 Library Club 2 Annual Staff 4 4 4 "Meet Me In St. Louis" 4 SHIRLEY FLATHERS Girl's Chorus 1, 2, 3 4 Mixed Chorus 2, 4 Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Lyres Club 3, 4 FHA 2, 3 Camera Club 3 Annual Staff 4 ALFRED GUY Intramural Basketball 4 "Cannon Report" 3 "YouCan'tTakeItW1thYou 3 "Meet Me In St. Louis 4 LILY MAE JACKSON Band 1, 2 Twirlers 1, 2 Pep Club 3 GAA 4 FHA 1, 2, 4 Library Club 2 Annual Staff 4 "Cannon Repor GENE HARDY B Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity Basketball Varsity Football 2, FFA 2, 4 Annual Staff 4 "Meet Me In St, L Thespians 4 Student Council 2 t" 4 K 0 ' M 5, 98? . 5 , BILL KNIGHT Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 1, 2, FFA 1, Reporte Annual Staff 4 3 r2, JAMES HARDY B Club 2, 3, 4 1, 2' 3, 4 Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4 3, 4 Varsity Football 2, 3, 4 B Squad Basketball 1 Baseball 2, 3, 4 0UiS" 4 Annual Staff 4 "YouCan'tTakeItWithYou"3 Student Council Pres. 4, V. Pres. 2 Class President 3, 4 M ill DICK JAHNKE Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 1 Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4 B Club 2, 3, 4 Varsity Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4 Varsity Football Manager 2, 3, 4 Baseball Manager 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 "YouCan'tTakeItWithYou"3 Thespians 4 LESTER LIPPERT BILL LOHSE LORETTA LENINGTON Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 2, 3, 4 GAA 4 FHA 1, 2, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4 Library Club 3 Annual Staff 4 "Meet Me In St. Louis" 4 Thespians 4 FFA 2, 3, 4 B Club 1, 2, 3. 4 --Cannon Repo,-tn 4 Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramural Basketball 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 WALTER MYERS FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 ELEANOR PIMPERTON Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Sextette 2, 3, 4 Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Lyres Club 2, V. Pres. 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 "Cannon Report" "YouCan'tTake ItWith You" 3 Student Council QQ' ROBERT MONTGOMERY Band 1, 2. 3, 4 Pep Band 1. 2, 3, 4 Boy's Chorus 4 Mixed Chorus 3. 4 Music Club 1, 2. 3, 4 B Club 2. 3, 4 Varsity Football Manager 2. 3, 4 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, Camera Club 2, Pres. 3 Projectionists 1. 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 "You Can't Take ItWith You" "Meet Me In St, Louis" 4 Thespians 3, 4 DON MORRIS Boy's Chorus 3 B Club 2, 3, 4 Varsity Football 2, 3, 4 B Squad Basketball 2 Intramural Basketball 1, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Track 1. 3 FFA 1 Camera Club 2 Annual Staff 4 "You Can'tTake ItWith You" 3 "Meet Me In St. Louis" 4 "The Mad Russians" 3 3 Thespians 3, 4 Student Council 2, Pres. 4 Class Vice Pres. 4 DONNA POPE Music Club 1, 2 Twirlers 1, 2 Pep Club 3 FHA 2, 3 Annual Staff 4 "Cannon Report" 4 DAVID PUGH B Club 4 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 EDITH NORDHUES Music Club 1 Twirlers 1 Pep Club 2, 3, 4 FHA 1, 2. 3, 4 Library Club 2, 3 Camera Club 2 Annual Staff 4 "Cannon Report" 4 "Meet Me In St. Louis Thespians 4 Student Council 4 DARLENE PITT Band 3, 4 Pep Band 4 Music Club 2, 3, 4 GAA 4 Camera Club 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 "Cannon Report" 4 Rv LAURA LEE ROWE Pep Club 2, 3, 4 GAA 4 FHA 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 "Cannon Report" 4 'tMeet Me In St. Louis" 4 Thespians 4 LAWRENCE SIEBENALER Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 3, 4 Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Lyres Club 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 "Cannon Report" 4 "YouCan'tTakeItWithYou"3 Thespians 4 TED REICHELT FFA 1, 2. 3. 4 NORMAN SMITH B Club 3, 4 Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4 B Squad Basketball 1 Annual Staff 4 Class Sec. 4 Class President 2 BETTY LOU RICHARD Mixed Chorus 2 Music Club 1, 2. 3 Pep Club 3. V. Pres. 4 FHA 2. 3. V. Pres. 4 Library Club 2, 3 Annual Staff 4. Ass't. Editor "YouCan'tTakeItWithYou"3 "Meet Me In St. Louis" 4 4Make-upb TED TUCKER B Club 2. 3. 4 Varsity Basketball 3, 4 B Squad Basketball 1. 2 Baseball 2. 3, 4 Camera Club 3. 4 Annual Staff 4 "Cannon Report" 4 "YouCan'tTake ItWithYou"3 Thespians 3. V. Pres. 4 BETTY JEAN SCHULTZ Band 1, 2. 3. 4 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Girl's Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Sextette 2, 3, 4 Music Club 1, Sec. 2, Pres. 3, 4 Lyres Club 1, Pres. 2, 3, 4 GAA 4 FHA Sec.-Treas, 1, V. Pres. Pres. 3. Song Leader 4 Projectionists 4 Annual Staff 4. Editor "YouCan'tTake ItWithYou' "Meet Me In St. Louis" 4 "The Mad Russians" 3 Thespians 3, Pres. 4 Student Council 1, 2, 3 CLYDE SMITH B Club 4 Varsity Football 4 B Squad Basketball 2 Football fReservesl 3 Intramural Basketball 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 4 "YouCan'tTakeItWithYou' 2, '3 '3 Pep Band FRANK WITT B Club 3, 4 Varsity Football 4 Intramural Basketball 3. 4 Baseball 3, 4 Pep Club 4 t'YouCan'tTakeItWithYou"3 'tMeet Me In St. Louis" 4 Thespians 4 Student Council 3, V. Pres. 4 W J Shirley Sponsor BERNICE WALKER Band 1, 2, 3, 4 4 Mixed Chorus 1, 4 Music Club 1. 2, 3, 4 Lyres Club 2, 3, 4 Twirlers 1, 2, 3 GAA 4 FHA 2. 3, 4 FHA 1, 2, 3, 4 Library Club 2 Library Club 2 Annual Staff 4 Camera Club 2, 3 "YouCan'tTake ItWithYou"3 Annual Staff 4 -'Meet Me In st. Louis" 4 PHYLLIS WILLSON Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 1, 2. 3, 4 Girl's Chorus 1, 2. 3 Sextette 2, 3. 4 Music Club 1. 2, 3. 4 Lyres Club 3 Thespians 4 . Student Council 2 MARVIN WORKS Band12 FAl2Sec34 SENIOR HISTORY At last, was the cry heard on September 7, 1949 when the class, now consisting of 44 members. entered the halls of FBHS as seniors. For the first time in the history of FBHS, Fort Benton tools the State Class B Championship in basketball. The first five of this championship team was composed of four seniors. Ted Tucker, Norman Smith. Jim and Gene Hardy. Nine seniors earned their letters in football, with Don Morris, Claude Behrens and Gene Hardy making the All-Con- ference team. On December 8, the Seniors presented their play, "Meet Me in St. Louis", starring Phyllis Vlillson. It was the largest attended play ever held in this high school auditorium. Starting early in the year the seniors did a successful job on the publication of their annual, "The Pioneer". The painting of the HB" with the generous aid of the freshmen was accomplished early in May, followed by Baccalaureate, Senior Breakfast, Sneak Day, and finally Commencement. which lJl0llgllt to a close the Cla s of 30 s enjoyable and memorable sthool days in dear old Fort Benton High School SENIOR PROPHECY T111 1 st1t1o11 FBHS l110dl11i llllg f1o111 Fort Benton Nlllllldlld Tillllgllt 11.11 23 1980 11e shall llllllg 11111 11111 11e11 of the 181101111811 pet 011 of the Cla of 0 111111111 Belnen 111111111 1111111111 a the 1101111 trong 111a11 11111111 llfllllgl 1111 1 300 p01111d 11e1g11t, 1111111011 111 11111 C11 Due to llls 111111 11 101111111011 111 111a1 11e fo11ed to 1et1re He feels he 11a not lost lll Xdlll f111 a1te1 111 1e1o1er1 11e pla11s to g11e les 1111 Ill ll1lI9LlC ljlllldllig QlllllPX 11111161 aft11 111.1111 1111111 of t11111g del1at1 111 der 11le1l not 111 111 1r11 1111 IXIIIQI of S11111 llllt 1111111 llllt to 1161 p1e e11t 1111 l11nd a11 All 1701111 p111 1 e 111111111 111111116111 11a 111111111 111 11de1l 1111 t1tle of '111 111111111 111 1110 Q11 f111 llls 11111 cu 11 1 1111 lx 111 1 ll Ulllllllt' lllglllg 111 e '10111 111s 1le11de1 111 l1e1111111 1 111111111 s ar 111111 that he ls lll 11e111a1111 111 t11e fLI11dlC p0ptlldll0ll Gene H11d1, 111111e1 and operatol of t11e HdldW a11d bon IE-lI1Lll of ll6dI Loma has 31111011111 ed plans f111 1et1re111e11t He state , 1 lldll take 1111 111fe Ed1the dlld t1 1161 iI'0llIld t11e 110rld l6dNlI1g the 11o1k to n1y sons B111 Knlght 11011 th1s 1ear s t1tle of llar of the 1ear When a ked 1111616 he gets those 11hoppers, he replled l X6 got a 1ed 11eaded 111fe James Fllfxllllg 11110 has 116811 slXlIlg 111 1111111ev fo1 s1111a1 16118 111s 1e1ently p111111ased t11e Fnst Wdtlillldl Bank 111 Great Fllls dllll ls 11011 sole 0w11er 11f t11e l1111l11111g 11111 1ts flI1ElllLCN ,la1111s feels tlldt 11e Lan 1t la t pa1 11.1111 all lll del1ts and thus get r1d 111 1115 gllllly QOIISCIPIILC 11e says that 11e 1101811 t llke to r1111 del1ts 01 L1 15 1e1rs Ted TllL1xCl the All Al1l6flLdll l1asket11all star, has Jll t announeed llls reeent ret1re111e11t Says Ted My 111fe Pat, 1111 seve11 1h1ldren, a11d myself plan to take a lestful t11p to the FIJI Islands BCYIIICC Walker, 11011 a v1o1ld famous opera s111ger has reeentlv n1ade he1 appearance at Carnegle Hall ,lust look at what those four years of glll s chorus dld for he1 Vletro Goldwyn Mayer, after many weeks of tryouts, f1nall1 declded upon the gleat new star, tall, dark and handsome Law1ence Sl6lJCl13lCI', for the leadlllg man 111 the11 new movle, Love en1 and Leave m Lawrence made o11ly 0116 comment to h1s local press 1 took the part only hecause all those lliidllilflll 1110111168 refused to act unless 1 was t11e1r leadmg 111a11 Loretta 1..Clllllg10I'l, after e11te11ng the lldtlllllg llfidlllly eontest for the past seventeen years fmally ueceeded 111 Mllllllllg th1s yeat s lJOOlJy pr17e for t11e tltle of MIS Fort Benton C0l'gI'dtllldt10Il , Loretta Be-1e1ly B11kela11d, famous Olymple sta1, has set a 11e11 11111111 speed record 11y 11111n1ng the 1111le Tllll 1n thlee Hlld 0116 half mmutes flat' Alfred C111 11e11 o11ne1 of the Guy Cleaner Companv has 1eeentl1 1111e11ted a 11e11 de111e fo1 11ash 111g a11d p1e blllg 1our clothes 011 1011 11h1le 1ou 11a1t He expect to 11111 tlns 1ea1 s 'Nobel prlze Dr Jame HdldS ICCCIIHX gdXC llp h1 plofes 1011 to take h1 111fe the for111e1 Shnley Anderson and 111811 1611 Il1dllLllllC1lCl1 to h1s1 lIlLl1llC31 Loma, 11111 .111 e 11e felt that the1 needed .1 la1ge1 1101116 and 111111e fresh alr Shawn Elllotl 111111 111 Jll 1111111 f111edf10n1Col01ad11 V1on1en s College to Notre Dame, l1el1e1es 11e 1111.111 1 l1ett11 UPIJUIUIIIIU to t11d1 lI1dl80l0gX After all she sdw 1 11a1e to lldNL a ehance Robert BdLl1 lldb 11111 olldated h1 four Hldll da111es 111to one la1ger o11e, a11d 11111 191011116 11111eh needed da1r1 pr0d11et fox t11e g10111ng 111etropol1s of Fort Benton Don '1lo1r1 ret11ed f11e tar genelal of t11e L S AIHIS, has deelmed the Demoeratlc 11om111at1on to he p1es1d1ne1 Don comment , 1 11011161 rathel retlre to H11 1311011 1n good old Nlontana, than be pre ldent 7' The p1o11d pa1e11t of t11e1r th11d et of trlplets ale the fo1111e1 L1l1 'Vlae ,la1l1son and W alter 'Vl1ers The1 11a111ed the Qlnldren Enle NICQIIIC Nlnne and the1 d0I1 t 1131111 no n1o 1e101 10111161 1fte1 cliqlllllllg t11e famou t1tle of talle t 111 111 111 the 1101ld has somlnerlv dCCldCd to 1011111 do1111 t11ea1l11 Pete a1 11 get 1111ght1 10116 11111e 11p 111016 Due 111 t11e 1a1t that Eleanor P1n1pe1to11 has g11 Cll 11p the 111a11 11u11t he 11a dra1111l1er old age penslon a fe11 1ea1 ea1l1 a11d 11a ettled do1111 to t11e qulet peaeeful llfe of plll terhood XX e 111 11 111 CXPIC 0111 blIlLCI'C regret to Bett1 Jean Sehulta 11110, afte1 llXllCCll 1ears of grade sehool teachmg sudde11l1 dec1ded to ha1e a stroke Wfe all 111 11 her a speedy ICCOXCIQ ssqa . 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' ' . - 1 -' . s- 's s ' s '. - -ss ' 1 , " s . v .', . ,. . ,' , . v . 1 r - --' v. 1 -fs s ss s J , - J Mary Hankrns, world famoue burleeque queen, ha disappointed her many fans by refuerng her new ten year contract Mary belrevee :he can frnd happrne once and for all by going back home and marry mg her home town love Vlaryrn Worke who has been wartrng patiently many yearn for her to return They plan to reside on Vlaryrn 5 home tead lVlaryrn ay he plane to add on 1 nureery next year News hae gotten around that 'Vlabel Barley hae broken her long held engagement to her france Joe She feela that he muet acrrfrce her loye for a career She plan to enter rnrs rorrary work gryrng rhumba l on rn the Belgian fongo Laura Lee Rowe has left town rn order that he might make the journey to the Sahara Desert O her arrry al he w rll be rrret by her red headed lrrr brnd and 111 eleyen of her small red headed son Laura eypect to brrrrg rn large profit for the family by e ta blr lrrrrg a darry milk will be proyrded by canrela The Snack Bar kitchen 1 always a busy place for Nlr Dick Xrn t the lormer Donna Pope She and her hrreband belreye 111 te rchrng their children to work at an early age A new lonely heart club has been orgrnrzed by Edith Nlordhuew She wrll rererye all marl read rt rrrd an wer rt If you are lonely and rn want of comprnronehrp please bend your letters to Edith She lbwllffib you that your name will remain becret to all tho e unrntere-ted rn krrowrng Stellr Loady has recently published a novel, Letters to the Lovelorn Thr rs 1 novel ba ed on true facts coneretrng of the many letters which ehe has w rr tten and received durrng the past twelve years Norman Snrrth has agarn accepted the poertron a preerdent of the Vt H U lwomarr Haters Urganr 7dtl0lll It seems they ju t can t frnd any other member N0 true to the cauee Joyce Chrreteneen Girl Reporter of the Great Falla Tribune has Juet recery ed the Reporter s Rew rrd of the year Joyre garned mrrch of her experience whrle working on the Cannon Report during her hrgh chool daye Fa hron wrye women of Fort Benton now ehop at Vlademorselle Batchelor French Shoppe Worlene ha the latest French etylew rn Qtock and debrgne many of her own nrerrt with Robert Taylor Bob lVloney bage Montgomery, the orl krng of Chouteau County recently announced hrb retirement from the orl busrnese After drrllrng 5862 producing welle he has decided to enter a new freld manu facturrng of orl coca soda pop Drck ,lahnke hae recently accepted the job as head manager of the Phrllrp s Oilers He comnrented Now that l m running this outfrt the frrst thrng l m dolng re frrrng all the present playere and hrrrng taller ones There rs not enough herght on the team Phyllrs Willson, New York 5 amazing new Fifth Ay enue model, has recently turned down the propoaal of her eleventh eurtor to go to Parra and model exclusryelv for the premier of France B1llLohQe, brg game hunter of darkest Afrrca hrs not been heard of since hra latest trip rnto the snake infested jungles of Africa It re belreyed he ha frllen rnto the hands of man eating cannrbals Clyde Smith famous no bomb wrrentrst hu onre rgrrn isolated hlmself from the outarde world lhrb trrrre he 1 working on a new spice hrp to c rrry hrm to rhf moon Ted Rerrhelt hr bee rr rrrrrred rhrmpron -hrrp hooter of the world Thr r Ina tenth trarght year 1 roldrng thr trtlr T r rrn tre rtlr rr yerr he Ind lo hrt the trrget tyvrre rn r r Frank V5 rtt owner rrrd ole h rre holder of rhe W rttrnobrle hr rnnorrrrred pl rn to expand hrb freld of automobile lle ha derrded to prrt the rlrrtch perl rl fcnderw rrrd bumper back on He declares the people w rrrt rrrore lor their money than they are gettrrrg Le ter Lrppert wealthy playboy of Hollywood rrrd X rne wa: rn a evere car truck wreck Lucky Le ter e caped wrtlr no rnjrrrre The rar 1 new 700 rorlyet engine Cadillac, wa dernolrelred Dayrd Pugh hr recently regarrred hrx forrrrer trtle of lreayywerglrt charnpron ofthe world by knocking out hr opponent lxrller lxane rn the tlrrrd round Now that Dayrd ha regarrred ln trtle he plans to retrre and etrle down wrtlr hr wife the former Darlene Pitt who ha ju t retrrrrred from Indra where Qhe hae been teaclrrrrg the wry of cryrlrzrtron to the Hrrrdrr lxennetlr Hampton ey yaudeyrlle clown hae purrha ed the once famous Ringling Bro Crrcua H plana on being the rnaeter of ceremonre hrnr elf, for he comnrerrt , l can make rrrore money drawing a Salary from rrry self, than rf l yu t spend what l need ' . Y ki H ' S . Y . C N. ' 7 L , M7 , . , ,. . J , - . . . . , . ess s ' 7 1 . . - - f L- v ' i . f S 'C r Y r I - x - i- D n r - as , as g -. G , . a ' 'Q r 1' ' r 1 x . 5 . 2 'e Y . ' . r . ' . .' ' , - .' 7 . f -. . ' 4 r, 3 . . 0 r ' A . 1 1 v . 1 , ' Q . 4 '1 . . - 3 ' . , . V , .' . -. ' . , , . .' . , ' , -. ' Y 7- -. , v - 9 M ' " C D . U 1. -. T . V . ,Q I ,, u. . . S' ' . . . , f S . H- 7 A xx- ' Av - 7 . .' . 1 V . After fifteen years of courtship, Betty Richard surprised the gossip columns by her sudden elope- yl w 1 1 as 1 'ae ' - I -i ' 1 ' 1 L. . Y k 1 7 ' ' 7 H , Q . .... , . . . . N A . . , r I . . ,, . . , . . , , .. . . k ' r ' , 7 .' - Q 1' , rx r z z' ' , ' .' ' . . S , ., , i , S ,i , . 'ff as H z 'z I ,'a's ' ' ' ' . 'se , :A " at l ' 's ' -. o -r ' l t' 1 rl 's V' a ' r ' , 2 ' " ' r ow. " ' L' , ' ' z 5 5 z ' i H ' , asa ' r s I ' i' ' ' ls. 's " ' ' 2. 1 'Sa 's . V r': Yi s E Q I 1 ' A v 4 n ' . S . ' . Q v . Y , V W, , , E v' 7 -. 1 ' . 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SENICR CLASS WILL We the Senror Class of 1950 do hereby wrll and bequeath the followrng to our fellow students thrs 25th day of May 1950 SHIRLEY ANDERSON leaves her unrque way of catchrng and holdrng basketball players to Pat Rerchelt ROBERT BACH wrlls hrs early mornrng nrrlk route to hrs younger brother Ed Take good care of rt Ed VIABEL BAILEY leaves her complete shyness to Shrrlev Frrelrng NORLENE BATCHE LOR wrshe her herght to Noreen Deck lNow perhaps they both can reach the 0 ft 2 mark CLAUDE BEHRENS leayes hrs lenderness to Omar Swett What rs Claude gorng to use for football now9 No paddrng' BEVERLY BIRKELAND le rves her swell electron of clothes to Beverlee Bramlette Keep up the good work Bev TOVI BRAMLETTE wrlls hrs lrelglrt to Beryl Rucker Tonr hope rt wrll help Beryl at post on next year basketball team JOYCE CHRISTENSElN leaye her alrrlrty to get on the honor roll three trmes a enrester to Jrm Svoboda STELLA CO ADX wrll her many trrps to the Fall to who ever wants them LEROY DANIELS wrll hrs great herght to Ronald Farrell just as rf he needs rt SHARON ELLIOTT leave her rnnocerrt ways to Brllea Rae Carver 'Vlake good use of them Brllea SHIRLEY FLATHERS wrlls her slrm frgrrre and flanrrng red harr to future manhunter of FBHS Look out fellows' JAVIES FRIELING leaves hr many romances to Kc nneth Watson What are you gorng to do wrth them Kenny? ALFRED GUY wrll hrs ba ketball abrlrty to Sam MdLK6Il7lC What are you gorrrg to use rt for Sam? Playrng nrtramur rl? KENNY H YVIPTON wrlls hrs way wrth teachers to I eroy Olson MARY HANKINS leaves her energy to Nrna Knrglrt Nvhat rs poor Mary gorng to use rn college now? W heatresp GENE HARDY wrlls hrs athletrr, abrlrty to future State Teams of I'BHS How about rt boys? JAMES HARDY wrlls hrs marksmanshrp of shootrng and nrakrng baskets from the center of the floor to Del Swerdfeger Put rt to good use Del LILY MAE JACKSON leaves her farthfulness to one boy to Shrrley Fultz Who are you gorng to use rt on Shrrley9 DICK JAHNKE wrlls hrs many manager jobs to Harold Walker Keep the water hot Harold We are sure Drck can tell you what happens rf you dont WILLIAM KNIGHT wrlls hrs curly harr to Don Prmperton Now you wont have to comb rt so often Don LORETTA LENINGTON wrlls her F H A abrlrty to future homernakers of Fort Benton LESTER LIPPERT leaves hrs wavy black harr to James Fultz Now you ll need a comb Jrm BILL IOHSE wrlls hrs many flyrng hours to Brll Urton Maybe now you can solo Brll BOB MONTGOMERY leaves hrs srngrng vorce to Merrrll Krug Now you can srng two tunes at once Merrrll wrth two vorces DON MORRIS leaves hrs speed and dodgrng technrque to future All Conference quarterbacks of FBHS WALTER MYERS wrlls hrs early mornrng bus rrde to present county students of FBHS a good place to catch twenty wrnks EDITH NORDHUES wrlls her journalrst abrlrty to the Cannon Report of 50 51 All State ratrng we hope ELEANOR PIMPERTON wrlls her red harr to anyone who wants to catch a fellow Men beware' DARLENE PITT leaves her busrness talents to future bookkeeprng classes of Fort Benton That should grve at least strarght A s to everybody DONNA POPE leaves her cheer leader s career to Mrtzr Granger We hope rt rsn t full of mrsfortunes last longer Mrtzr DAVID PUGH wrlls hrs love of hard work to Gene Warehrme There rs no danger of Gene wearrng thrs out TED REICHELT wrlls hrs marksmanshrp to future Rrfle Club members Dont shoot yourselves boys BETTY RICHARD wrlls her herght to Barbara Wrtt Now maybe Betty can walk through a door wrthout duckrrrg LAL RA ROWE leaves her way wrth men to Marlene Crane-just as rf Marlene needs rt BETTY JEAN SCHLLTZ wrlls her strarght A s to future freshmen classes Make good use of them for you wrll need them before you frnrsh hrgh school LAWRENCE SIEBENALER wrlls hrs love of talkrng to Jack Prttmarr Wrth your start Jack you should get along perfect CLYDE SMITH wrlls hrs speed and physrque to hr brother Floyd Lse rs on the sport freld Floyd NORMAN SMITH leaves hrs herght to Don Beecher Now both can be at least srx feet tall TED TUCKER leayes hrs grrls and hrs car to Leonard Semema Do you thrnk you can keep up wrth 'led Ieonard9 BERlNICE WALKER wrlls her go get m expre ron to Roy Brxby Make better use of rt than Bernrre drd Roy PHY LLIS WILI SON leaye her good look and personalrty to future model of FBHS L e them to the best of your knowledge grrl FRANK VI ITT wrll hr walk to Leonard Stevenson Nlay be you can get to clrool on trnre Leonard VIARNIN WORKS leay es lrrs Pontrac to Ed Shaw Don t scratch the fender Ed Marvrn mrght want rt when he comes home from college 9 9 , . 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' 'T Y' . . 4 c n YJ, 1 V , , N 7 -, Q V . v A i . 4 . . 1 . V Y . sa I J . . , , i . I . . Y S Y S . Y . Y . L . 3 . Y . Y Y 7 . Y Y . . . S. r ' ' S Y' ' ' . L ' ' ' " . . 1 I T - Y .-Y -1 s A v , - 1 f s -. . Y . ,Eli .:: 'tu 3 ' 1 f s ite! Row 1 Row 2. Row 3 Row 4 ,mm ,aa IUNIORS Z? Eff, 1' .1 -i V I if , -:. ,AZV . -1 W if """ f " - f V ,.,. f 7 , 7' 2 lz' ' , Q4 if f'i1'L f t :.,, Aix, Q 1, . pg Q -,,,. A M, W 1 az' Q ...MMP f " '.:,,1:' . , 'JE it 'Q ev ji A WML :ii ,Z i 1 q u s Qa .:..j'? -0 X... M wwf A H3 Q A " w ' X- '1 W , 7 vi aww'-'W I -Ai' Jack Ennis, Secretaryg Leonard Semenza, Presidentg Mr. Puckett, Sponsorg Del Swerdfeger, Vice President: Marlene Crane, Treasurer Don Beecher, Roy Bixby. Earl Blanchard, Beverlee Bramlette, Cornelius Bogner. Ronald Farrell. James Fultz, Wanda Hartman, Dorothy Hoeffner. Dolores Hoeffner Merrill King, Margaret Lacey. Ruby McKeever, Robert Morrison, Donald Pimperton. Jack Pittman. Frances Reichelt. Joan Reichelt, Beryl Rucker Merle Seright, Alfred Shaw, Edwin Shaw. Ed Stewart, Opal Sykes. William Urton, Ray Wadsworth. Gene Warehime, Ed Yirsa Not present when pictures were taken: Ruth Lofstrom. Dolores Bixby Un 5epten1her6. l9-19. the iuniors. class of '51. re-entered the halls of FBHS. with 34 returning students. Beryl Rucker. Ronald Farrell and Del Swerdfegzer earned letters in varsity hasliethall. In April the class presented their annual junior play. "Star Crazyu. In the spring of the year much work and preparation made a success of their prom. These two activities rolulded out the successful year for the juniors who shall return next fall for their life long clreams-seniors. i av Row Row Row Row Row y ' y ,, Q, A vnu. rs, ,, ft, Y f . ,N ,',i.X71t,' R V Si-1 V4 1 - ' we Q . SOPHOMORES i:2':- Misra' i af -Us ,Q J U- , 'r Z T , 9 'sf ...sv i -55 ' -3' ' '1' ' A' y ik I ' I f if .f 1 I Y sw 5 5 .,. , ,, I ' v ,'. sas," 1 t 42 5' at X 'fff x N X , ' t , b , 5 ai? t J ,Q ,A .19 V - , 5 'za ae' J. V "3 li 5, p A , 'Fri' J 5125, by A "-A' Ai :il A I' .Fi g Q. Q '15, 59 0 y ld ..,5:, 'G A i ,V fail will t ff' if ' Donna Brinkman, Secretaryg Tom Birke1and.Presidentg Mr. Berg, Sponsor, Jim Svoboda, Vice President: Barbara Witt, Treasurer Mary Lee Adams, Dorothy Allard, Cheris Armstrong, Merton Armstrong, Earl Batchelor, Nolan Bixby, Marvin Briese. Janice Britton, Shirley Daniels, Noreen Deck Delores Clark, Janet Elliott, Maurice Embleton, Carroll Engum, Virginia Ferguson, Shirley Fultz, John Harris, Alvin Hazen, Nina Knight, Della Letz Jeanne Patterson, Harry McCollum, Vic Mackenstadt, Harold McKinley, Maxine McKeever, Sam MacKenzie, Robert Myers, Jim Mayo, Mary Nagengast, Gary Olson William Rowe, Kenneth Rowe. Bob Smith, Floyd Smith, David Sperry. Elywen Stallcup. Leonard Stevenson, Don Swerdfeger, Alice Willson, Juanita Works Forty-two sophomores returned this year. Donna Brinkman was chosen carnival queen at the annual Musiv Cluln Carnival. A successful sweater dance was given hy the sophomore cflass on November 18. 1949. In the early part of May the sophomores did a good job cleaning up the school grounds, on what was known as clean-up day. Un Friday, May 26, 1950, the sophomore class completed another year as students of FBHS. Next year they shall return as upper classmen of Fort Benton High School. vig. ..,' i 5,, i X x K I 1, -If ' . 9 as tim Row Row Row Row Row , f an .11, A , 1, ,l FRESH M EN f A'V,- ' Q Q '4 Z .- 'ef K I t .ww "" 4 , ,sf " f' if J 2 4 , . 5, , , , .W Az I 'W .. 7 if sag. as . ,1g?5 ilu, 5 " -1. 1 it ' Q fi t ,Wien J ..-,-- :iv Y V- '. V - P : -,,:. if ': ,. Z! .:. - K. i in tuna F ,. ' M A ' fill if " ' --ak '1 ' .-za ., ' i : fs s --'A s -' P -.4 nf 1. P Lauretta Marcussen. Secretary: Kenneth Watson, President: Miss Setter, Sponsor, Jerry Pugh, Treasurerg Margaret McCarthy, Vice President Evon Anderson, Fred Arnst, Edward Bach, Donald Bogner, Paul Bogner, Betty Bramlette, Billea Rae Carver, Dale Charters, Bill Clark, Shirley Frieling Stanley Frieling, LaDonna Gabbert. Bertha Gomoll, Betty Granger. Alfred Jackson. Helen Jacobsen, Beverly Johnson, Alma Lenington, Barbara Lenington, Lillian Ludwig Patricia Lyle, Lloyd McCollum. Bill McFarland. Beverly Murray, Donald D. Olson, Donald E. Olson, Leroy Olson, Bill Reichelt. Patricia Reichelt. Maurice Schultz Lou Scott, David Stovall, Eugene Stovall. Anne Stranahan, Omar Swett. Marilyn Wadsworth, Harold Walker, Bob Yirsa, Beverly Williams Not present when pictures were taken - James Lacey On September l6. 1949. seniors held initiation for the -I3 new freshmen. The hovs wore girl,s shorts and hlouses. sun honnets. and a toothhrush tied from a string around their necks. The girls wore paper cleaner hags. a silk stocking over their heads. large ruhher overshoes. an onion tied around their necks and cold cream smeared over their faces. November 2119. 1949. a freshman return dance was given in honor of the seniors. The annual painting of the MB" concluded the more strenuous activities of the year. and being glad it was all over, the freshmen put away their hooks for a sunimeris vacation before again returning to school next fall, as sophomores. . , .f.. 9 g i 4 . 2. t ,. K V. V- v.,. -ld 735 Y' ' 1 . .. ,. , 1. IIVIA: Q . 1:.?,x :I , 'ff ' 1' ff ii V X 1 ii'i"l iilii .,-, :sei-. '-:- 5 ::-:-'i ' i'-, 4 , , H-17, iii " C H 6 E :IQ , zlz , L , ,Q Q Q , , , 2 W .,,. A isa . .,. E QA V 4 Q F if Q 'Y I C , -f K 51:2 Iv, -- i ,, ' A, ' ff Xl M f 5 lt y W Y Z "" jg, ' F :', ,, wA J ,:, , , ,.,, " f yllxl , , ,,.,. 1 fl "211 :,,.,, V, E ' -M if '11 Row 1: Donald Allison, Donald Brinkman, George Carver, Wayne Clark, Glenn Flatt Glenn Hardy Helen Johnson Beverly King, Dorothy Frieling Row 2: Donald Letz, Betty MacKenzie. Clarence Midlestadt, Sharon Morrison Patty Nagengast Wendy Norton Barbara Olson, Rita Paul Row 3: Norma Pugh, Mary Stevenson, Mary Schultz, William Taylor, Duane Tibbles James Vinion Roy Worrall Merwin Works, Mr. Jesperson EIGHTH GRADE SEVENTH GRADE Row 1: Michel Allen, Ralph Allen, Jean Ann Wright, Leroy Briese, Gary Carver Frederick Clark John Davison Donald Frieling, Karen Fultz, Joan Harris, James Hoeffner Row 2: Janet Howell, Jeanne Joubert, Joan Lawrence, Charles Lenington, Nellie Spiros Anna Mae Ludwig Kathryn Mackenstadt, Ethel Nagengast, Betty Postill Row 3: Sammy Ragland, James Renville, Charles Shaw, Myrna Smith, Leslie Stashi Dennis Vermillion Darlene Wadsworth, Kenneth Willson, Mr. Sherlock , , .,.,g. V- A . Q vw W rr W 4, , if J'-. fi' fl A ina. a W' fs r f J J V , fi J V lf RQ -Q, , 4 K, .3 W1 W' 0 -. ,i , ,L ' rc- X I W W ? 4 X lm 1 i QV fer ef' 5 W, X fi! 1 fl' rv' A C Q Row 1: Mary Ann Bogner, Robert Bramlette, Howard Brinkman, Shirley Davison, Lee Doney, Betty Feltman, Dale Fisher Phyllis Frieling, Jack Hug, Elsie Jones Row 2: Kathleen LaBarre, Rena LaPier, Gayle Ledgerwood, Wesley Letz, Robert Lyle, Sharrill Mulkins, Gene McKeever Patricia Noble Row 3: Beverly Prodger, James Pugh, Barbara Reichelt, Shirley Rucker, Ida Stovall, Joseph Svoboda, Douglas Towner John Watson, Mr. Thomas ' Not pictured: Ernestine Lang SIXTH GRADE FIFTH GRADE Row 1: Donna Arnst, Sandra Bramlette, Charles Carver, Elvera Christopherson, Helen Clark, Cleo Crane Arthur Culbertson, Roberta Davison, Christine Doney, Lyle Glascock, Andrea Guy, Glenda Hartman Row 2: William Howell, Marietta Johnstone, Gale Lenington, Walter Lenington, Robert MacKenzie, Sandra Murray Mark Paul, Robert Peterson, Phyllis Pimperton, Virginia Ragland Row 3: Myra Renville, Barbara Schultz, Janet Smith, Lorna Smith, Peggy St. Peter, Sharon Vinion, Robert Warren Gordon Watson, John White, Glenna Witt, Miss Hansen , 1-' "" 2 ' i'a 5 if 5 o fa .'i':i: il' S '..a 7' L ' E .,,. 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Y Wx , -,.,, 1 92 L, I I is . riff' 1 'I Row 1 Jesse Allison, Jack Bartlett, Bruce Bramlette, Melvin Breault, Raymond Cameron, Russell Cameron, Judy Cline, Patricia Edwards, Jeanne Feltman Row 2 Shirley Howell, Elenette Jasper, Earl Kinion, Jerome Nagengast, Sharon Noble, Shirley Nordhues Row 3 Francis Stashi, Oliver Stashi, Larry Vielleux, Anthony Warren, Larry Willette, Ellen Worrall, Mrs. Farrington FOURTH GRADE THIRD GRADE Clifford Ayers, Mary Bessette, Michael Bogner, Billie Lee Boyce, Merrillyn Brown, Robert Carver, Amanda Clark, June Crane, Jerry Feltman, June Helland, Norma Howell, Marie Joubert Linda Lenington, Pamela Mayer, Patsy McClain, Jean MacDonald, Shirley Midlestadt, Barbara Nagengast, James Olson, Gary Overholser, Carol Peterson, James Aulding Pugh Franklin Schoonover, Shirley Stevenson, Eva Stovall, Gary Towner, Patricia Tibbles, Nancy Vinion, Gregory Vermillion, Leona Watson, Charles White, Daryl Jack Willson, Miss Hazen Not pictured: Donna Molinario W '59 Magnum 11 ez. f W' ,. ,,, z 'W 3' , ' ,4 Qty 1 ff .p w V l V f 1' w ,V -il wi f rf Q X - V ' z 1 144 f ' c, 4- -at 5 if ff-Wye, ge ,,, 1' f-" za f ' ,, Q , , 15.. . If , A, H Z 'Mer ff-v-W, -fe a 4, ., 4' .1 1 'W' W M ,f f ' f QW 5 W 4 M l , ' I "s,M! .M ,f '16, i M 2 fl 4 Row l: Betty Anderson, Lynda Bessette. Sharon Brinkman, Ralph Clark, Bernice Davison, Donald Decker, Frederick Decker, Laulette Hansen, Dennis Hardy, Karyn Hardy, Michael Hug Row 2: Paula Kalanick, Alderine LaBarre, Douglas Lenington, Daryl Milledge. Charles Nagengast, Rose Nagengast, Robert Nelson, Florence Olsen, Cleo Pugh Row 3: Larry Saksa, Robert Schultz, Eugene Semenza, John Stewart, Betty Stipe, Roger Swensgard, Judith Vethe, Esther White, John Witt, Miss Nevins Not pictured: Harold Everson, Mary Everson SECOND GRADE FIRST GRADE Row 1: Karen Aznoe, Lynda Bramlette, Anita Booth, Barbara Jo Cameron. Hazel Charters, Patrick Clark, Linda Culbertson. Georgiana Davison, Geraldine Edwards, Katherine Edwards, Charles Engren, Joan Feltman Row 2: Lowell Hankins, Carol Harris, Dennis Kegel, Glenn Ledgerwood, Merilyn Lenington, Merilys Lenington, John Meredith, Connie Legreid, Tony McDermott, Leslie Milledge Row 3: Leone Nagengast, Catherine Olson, Donna Paul, Linda Stovall, Ronald Swensgard, Ira Vinion, Verne Weeks, Joseph Wolfe, Robert Worrall, Mrs. Breiter Not pictured: Eddie Wirtala, Beatrice Everson, Martin Molinario fistfi , WZ I , o 0 Q -4- 9 , . H7715 9 0, J fm , fw ,,.4.g,. 7 ' W :f f " "" ' f '51f':f , . '.'Q,1.- Mmwww wil 4 Hn, ,f 'H i-yi. .QW XX' S Q 1 . 4 fi 5... , . A .jr X 'H- s Y ,xg 1.51 W .A Z M M95 -wwf "1 5' wwe awww, H efffiaw 1' 4 37, Q? -war ,W M gym' ,2 4.94 A! LV Zczmzgxafiar 'V 1 14 1 I ax 4 yew 1 ffm 5225 wx H Q www-wf W, K W 41 Z4f nw.....N .,,, zz, Si' ""'9l1wf-f X 1 -bf." ,gfs pw' 4sf'm,,, 2 lfw 9 '?,."ff47Q,f -v' .fi ,fy Q ' K' ,4 L' Vw ' uf - vain.--S' ,:' , 'a.7,q.'y' J,y",, 'iffuqay vw! 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Gene McKeever, Cleo Crane, Donald Brinkman B A N D JUNIOR BAND 'lhe Junlor Band ls the lntelmedlate lnstlumental group The members meet at the awful hour of 8 A M Thls shows real lntelest Many of the lnembers of ,Iunlor Band are also members of the Senlor Band but lelnaln IH thls olganlzatlon to lld those who are not as advanced Thls year the Jl1ll101' Band dld not glV6 a concert howexex, selected members dld appear Ill the BCg1I'lllCI' s Band Concert as sololsts and members of ensembles BEGINNER S BAND Every year at the beglnnlng of school a Beglnllel s Band IS formed prlllclpally fronl students ln the flfth and slxth grades howevel other students ln the remalnlng grades and hlgh school are permltted to ICCCIVC thls lnstrumental lnstructlon In the early part of the yeal lnstructlon lb glven IH small gloups and later after some progress IS reall7ed the groups are comblned as a band Thls organlzatlon meets four tlnles weekly two pC1l0dS dur lng school and two after A Beglnner s Band Concert was presented ln May of thls year SENIOR BAND The SCIIIOI Band thls yeal had a representatlon of flfteen 56111013 The band thls year has leached the hlghest polnt wlthlll the last three years Those selllors taklng part were Shlrley Anderson clarlnet Nollene Batchelol clarlnet Claude Behrens trumpet Beverly Blrkeland clarlnet Sharon Elllott flute Dlck Jahnke trumpet BllTKH1ght E flat horn Loretta Lenlngton E melody saxophone Bob Montgomery trombone Eleanor Plmperton clarlnet Darlene Pltt trumpet Betty Schultz oboe Lawrence Slebenaler snare drum Bernlce Walker lJf:1I'lt0HC saxophone Phyllls Wlllson clarlnet Monday Wednesday and Frlday mornlngs at 8 30 the band had thelr rehealsals On the other two mornlngs Tuesday and Thursday they had reed and brass sectlonals The band has no formal OTTICCIS Shalon Elllott assumes the secretarlal dutles and Merllll Klng and Janet Elllott are llbrarlans Thls year the band has presented a largel numbel of publlc concerts than IH the plevlous years IH cludlng a Chrlstmas Concert at Blg Salldy Hlgh School glven 111 thelr gymnaslum These concerts beglll lll the fall of the year wlth the Thanksglvlng COIICCIT It has been the practlce to use nluslc YNlllCl1 19 synonomous Wllh the season Other concerts presented lll thls lllanllel were the Chllstmas and Easter concerts 'lhe sprlng concert ls the flnll Illl1S1CHl event plesented ln May Thls featured not only the concert band but the warlous vocal groups PEP BAND Of the many fl1I1Ctl0HS ln the nluslc department the Pep Band IQ of prlnle lnlpoltance SIHCC lt IS thls small group whlch alds the cheellng SCCIIOH at the many basketball games The organlzatlon IS lntentlon ally small lts membershlp IS not to exceed 25 slnce lts nlaln purpose 19 to proslde Pep and not a complete concert As IH the past years the Pep Band agaln accompanled the basketball team at several out of town games and also was able to play at both the Reglonal and State B Tournaments Tll1S organlzatlon also had regular pI'21CllCCt1ITl8S They met every Wednesday nlght durlng the basketball season from 7 00 untll 7 45 to practlce new pleces and to go over the old ones They have probably been one of the most wldely traseled pep bands ln the state durlng the past three years as they attended state, dlvlslonal and dlstrlct tournaments at Laurel Deer Lodge Great Falls Shelby, Belt and Havre w - . . . . . 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Del Swerdfeger was elected president of the club for the chool vear Eleanor Prmperton VICC presr dent and Norlene Batchelor secretary treasurer 'Vlr Parsons ls ponsor of the group Highlight of the club s many HCLIVITICS was attendmg the community concerts The organrzatron also sponsored several dances during the year and wrth the proceed bought two recordings of operas whlch they studied at meetrng CHORUS Third period rs practrce time for the chorus member of FBHS For the first time rn several years besldes having a girl s chorus there was also a boy s chorus and a mrxed chorus With Mr Parsons directing them the choruses made their first public appearance at the Thanksgrvrng concert whlch was followed by their singing at the Christmas Easter and Spring concerts Sharon Elliott IS accompanist for the grrl s and mrxed chorus All three choruses partrclpated at the District IV Mu IC Festival whrch was held rn Fort Benton Chorus robes are being purchased for the members of the mrxed chorus with the proceeds from the Carnival Dellvery IS to be made rn September or October of next school term The robes are royal blue with whrte collars OPERETTA The second annual community operetta The Belle of Bagdad was presented March 3 and 4 at the hrgh school audltorrum Thr production which lb sponsored by the Krwanrs Club was under the dlrectron of Mr Clark Hilton and Mr Merne Parsons Proceeds from the operetta were used to send a high school student to summer muslc camp at the Lmversrty of Montana With a cast of fourteen and a chorus the operetta was well received by the audience DISTRICT MUSIC FESTIVAL For the second year the local school was host at the Drstrrct IV Musrc Festival whrch was held here April lo There were oyer eight hundred school student who took part ln the II1l1slC meet Choruses bands small ensembles and many soloists from srxteerr towns participated Judges at the Festival were Vorman Gulbrand en Unryersrty of Montana Reed Finley M1 soula uperlor excellent fair or poor according to how yvell they performed Mr Parsons took some tudent to the State Music Festival which was held at Missoula lll May CARNIVAL Eyerv clas nominated their choice for king and queen at the fifth annual Mu rc Club Carnlyal Candrdates from the yarrou cla e were Gene Hardy and Lily Jack on seniors Alfred Shaw and Opal Sy ke junior Tommy Brrkeland and Donna Brinkman ophomore Stanley Frrelrng and Lauretta Nlarcussen fre hmen Gene Hardy and Donna Brinkman were elected king and queen The study hall wa open for dancing and booth for ba eball throw bingo hootrng gallery ring to fr h pond and others were set up m the gy nr Throughout the evening lunch was sery ed Proceeds from the Carnival are being used to purchase choir robes for the mixed chorus DANCE ORCHESTRA Xlrghts of Note the high school orchestra play ed at mo t of the school dances during the year The following were members of the orchestra Del Swerdfeger cornet Bob Smith trombone Janet Elliott saxophone Jim Svoboda saxophone Earl Batchelor cornet and Bob Doll drums Mr Parsons played the piano The orchestra bought lights for their stands w ith the money they received play mg for the dances Every spring the members have a picnic 1 1 . 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His oldest daughter, JERRY, 1Opal Sykes! has forsaken all girlish ideas to help her father in studying the stars. JERRY'S kid sister, DONNA, 1lVIarlene Cranel and her best friend, BETH ROBINSON, 1Beverlee Bramletteb plot a love-affair between JERRY and DICK YVIALLUN. fLennie Semenzal. They also in- duced BILL ANDREWS, 1Ray Yvadsworthl the younger brother, to help them. The plot thickens as a Hollywood chorus girl, MISS IVIAYBERRY, 1Delo1'es Hoeffnerj follows DICK MALLON into the Andrews' home. There is quite a mix-up when JERRY blossoms out and DICK MALLON decides he is in love with her. MISS MAYBERRY is furious and will not be quieted even by her agent, JOE ALLCOTT, 4 Bob Morrisonj. The play ends happily with DICK falling in love with JERRY. DONNA goes on writing love stories. BILL gets his dream of pitching in the next baseball game and MR. ANDREWS goes on studying the stars unconscious of what is happening. ...V W 5. 5 -4.1:., - ' M- Q a . . U 1 'gf 0 W7 42 H4 W ' at 1 'H' Wg, J vi A iz- A ....., Z t ..... ,:'YfWf4,!?Q ?f x '1 ' t vs li" wang ' -ar-ries QA'..' ,. "'AA -9 'W .ff ff L,-A-f V": Y . .. '.1"' E i , :-' mm t .5 ' 2- --,-' 5 r l 'X Row 1: Shirley Anderson. Mabel Bailey, Norlene Batchelor, Beverly Birkeland, Tommy Bramlette. Sharon Elliott, Ronald Farrell Row 2: Gene Hardy. Dick Jahnke. Loretta Lenington, Bob Montgomery, Don Morris, Bob Morrison. Edith Nordhues Row 3: Betty Jean Schultz, Lawrence Siebenaler. Leonard Semenza. Del Swerdfeger, Ted Tucker, Phyllis Willson. Frank Witt I THESPIANS Advisor ....., ...,.....,,........,,. N liss Betty Browne President ...... ...... B etty Jean Schultz Secretary .,........................,........... Shirley Anderson Students earning a certain llllllllltll' of points for heing in plays. being make-up artists. donating properties. giving readings. declanlations. and other speeches are allowed to join Thespians. rl'hrc-e one act plays were presented jointly with the speech class. The first was 'fliltedi' in which Lily .lac-kson, ,lim Svohoda, Frank Witt, and Norlene Batchelor were the characters. The second play was Hwaitingn, which starred Phyllis Willson, ,lack Pittman, Eleanor Pimperton, Betty Schultz, and Floyd Smith. The last was the 'iNeighhors'i which boasted the largest cast of Beverly Birkeland, Shirley Anderson, Opal Sykes, Leonard Senienza, Alfred Guy, Edith Nordhues, Mabel Bailey, Sharon Elliott. They participated in the Little Theater at Missoula and also in the declamation contest. A .. . .i t i it 3 S 'E -4 'SAT an rf. if 'r H ga 12 rs o g if S'?l1E...Q?l. ,W General 1 Amana V -- "l' I fg ssoci Bus R A"A U V' erl ze 2 ,....czb1.0!'l5 rice Activity X A X f 'Q 4 , , ff X ' I f amz , 9 puacaass AUTHO ,V e ,-425 Q , Socza ON AS e we roar BENT A I If X ' A In vu M y X X X! ,s fgff ,fo y y , ff V -""""' ,122 "f.. idzi T if C4 C V ff TO T A f ' AA,v V . Y " ch 4 VIIAHIAAA V EE: I 4 IIAAV J .1 Q A If I In 11.3 J A ,nziyis l,, , J 9 M, ,W , Q H A.,A - 1 ...sf f Q5 K 4 , F tat W ' an , 3- . A'A2, crime . ' 5 f s is Q ii' he sponsor' to 6 " AA r ' 'A'-', "l 1': 1'i'A 9 ,toer V- .-y K3 ,L ,,., . Q., Af' os ,o 018 ab0V5 4 STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is elected twice a year bythe students ofthe high school. They have enacted many profitable and helpful measures. They paid Journalism for exchange subscriptions sent to other schools. The electric clock was purchased for the football scoreboard by the council. Arrangements were made for the seven National Assembly programs which feature many people of interesting talents. Perhaps the greatest measure taken was the student activity ticket. This ticket enables the students to go to athletic games, assemblies, and receive the school paper by paying 33.00 at the first of the year. As a guide to activities, the student council published a handbook stating the rules, regulations, and the entrance rules to all the clubs and organizations in school. In keeping with the Christmas spirit they sponsored a Christmas program, in which the students exchanged gifts among classes, followed by a movie. Many students have voiced the opinion that the school should have dancing lessons. This year the council decided to sponsor dancing classes for those who wanted instruction. as 4-W, Y, Row l: Merle Seright, Cornelius Bogner, Donald Pimperton, Edwin Shaw, Edward Yirsa, Paul Bogner, Dale Charters, Eugene Warehime, Jack Ennis, Merrill King Row 2: Mr. Puckett, sponsor, Harold Walker, Bob Yirsa, James Lacey. Marvin Works, Kenneth Hampton, Lester Lippert. Alfred Shaw, Nolan Bixby, Leonard Semenza, Evon Anderson Row 3: Bill Clark, Bill Reichelt, Donald E. Olson, Alfred Jackson, Ray Wadsworth, William Urton, Ted Reichelt, Walter Myers, Gene Hardy, Earl Blanchard, Roy Bixby, Edward Bach Row 4: Lloyd McCollum, Kenneth Watson, Eugene Stovall, Paul Bogner, Bob Smith. Marvin Briese, Earl Batchelor, Bob Myers. Harry McCollum, Alvin Hazen, Jim Mayo Those not pictured are: Don Bixby. Boyd Crawford. Tom Woods, Bill McFarland, Bob Bach. Leroy Daniels, Carroll Engum. John Harris, Harold McKinley F. F. A. Advisor ...., ...... fl lr. George Puckett President ....,....,. ..,..... D on Pimperton Vice President .,... ...... M erle Seright Secretary ..,.,.... ........... E dwin Shaw Treasurer .,.. ..... C ornelius Bogner The Future Farmers of Allltxl'lt'kl meet eyery first aml thirtl Tuesday of the month. They have at- trmlerl two 1-onxentions this year. The first one was the tlistriet eonyention at Harlowton. The hoys took set-oml in rifle t-lull. ln April two delegates. :Xllrerl Shaw aml Cornelius llogner. Slate Farmer appli- eant. llonaltl l'irnperton. aml the jmlging team. Htl Shaw. fllaryin Vlvorks. Hoy Bixhy. traxelecl to the state eonyention helml at Bozeman. A trip in thf- spring at the t-lose ot' st-hool is an annual affair. This year they plan to go on a ramping trip in the Big Hole Country. With the nioney the chapter reeeiyes from building projects and other sources. they pnrvhasecl a tent as well as a gun for the rifle team. The F.H..-X. and the l".F.r-X. work elosely together. The hoys inyitetl the girls to a skating party at w hit-h a hot lumfh was served. The girls in turn ask the lioys to parties. 'using 'Q F. H. A. The Future Homemakers have followed a vigorous program. During Christmas season. they sold Christmas cards. They originated a novel dance hy having a Cirl's Day preceding the dance. The girls were supposed to he courteous to the hoys and afterwards ask them to the dance. Two joint programs have heen put into effect this year. The first was: The Dutch Shop which consisted of a place to eat while attending the music carnival and the second was a talk with colored slides given hy Miss Bhua Slavens, an exchange student. hefore the FHA and FF.-X groups. Being very active outside the community. they attended the district convention at Harlem in a body. Four delegates attended the state convention at Great Falls. They also entertained Belt and Big Sandy with a huffet supper. Mothers were entertained hy the girls with a tea and a style show. at which they modeled the clothes they had made. Members pictured from left to right are Alma Lenington. Helen Jacohsen. Bertha Comoll, Delores Clark. Patty Lyle. Joan Reichelt. Shirley Fultz. Billea Carver. Janet Elliott. Lou Scott. Bernice Walker. Beverly Williams. Mrs. Smith. sponsor. Betty Schultz. .-Xnn Stranahan. Lillian Ludwig. Barhara Lening- ton. secretary. Loretta Lenington. president. Betty Richard. vice president. Margaret Lacey. treasurer. Marilyn Wadsworth. Lily Jackson. Phyllis Wiillson. Mary Hankins. Laura Rowe. Noreen Deck. Mary Lee Adams, Della Letz. Juanita Works, Dorothy Allard. Nina Knight. Beverly Johnson. Beverly Murray. Lauretta Nlarcussen. Nlitzie Granger. 7' Q- 6 2- 1 , M Q' V f Q: W, ,fab we iff A7 . ' ' i ,,,, Wm' titre .. 4 - 0 1..s I - , ,haggle ri af wh' ' . ' ,232 fn . 4-9 I '91 9 ' 'Wh V , M A ,V . an 4. " 'N ' S . we 5 . M ,,,. 1 Q z. A ' Q .www " ZS' j 'Ii i A Q up it x 1 , ff ae vygzkiy- ' Q.. V 'fs . f' t X I M 5 an 8 AA 4' may Row Row Row Row Row , . 'gl '-.1 . .. e "AA'A f Q wsfi.itt 5, 1 i t fi Frank Witt. Loretta Lenington. Donna Pope. Stella Coady, Mabel Bailey. Clyde Smith, Edith Nordhues, Laura Lee Rowe. Beverlee Bramlette. Kenneth Rowe Janice Britton. Ruby McKeever. Barbara Witt. Delores Hoeffner, Donna Brinkman. Maxine McKeever Alice Willson. Cheris Armstrong, Shirley Daniels. Mary Nagengast, Marlene Crane. Margaret Lacey Juanita Works. Noreen Deck. Dorothy Allard. Mary Hankins. Betty Richard. Frances Reichelt. Mr. Thomas, LaDonna Gabbert, Patty Lyle. Billea Rae Carver Alma Lenington. Shirley Fultz. Lillian Ludwig. Marilyn Wadsworth. Patty Reichelt. Joan Reichelt. Della Letz PEP CLUB President .......... .....,..........ooi.. .,,,. K I arv llankins Yice President ..... ....,oi.. l ietty Him-liarrl Secretary .........., ..... F rances Reiclielt Treasurer ........................................ Marlene Crane lhf- Pep Cluli has several activities. one of vvliicli is to sell pop, cantly anal liot clogs at the lxaslietlmall anal footlrall games. They financed tlie construction and painting of tlie footlxall scorelioarcl. Clieerlcatler outfits vvere also purchased liv the cluli. Vilitli leadership from the four cheerleaders. Opal Sykes. Leonarcl Semenza. Merrill King and Mitzi Granger. the Pep Clulm gave cheering support for the team at most of the games. - " ' 4 5 2' LIBRARIANS The librarians are Della l.etz. Joan Reiehelt, Patrieia Reiehelt, Shirley Frieling. Delores Hoeff- ner. Heverlee Bramlette. Umar Swett. Nlarlene Crane. Mabel Bailey. Wanda Hartman and Miss Browne. teacher librarian. The librarians are responsible for all binding of books. the Checking out of magazines. They also help find eertain books or magazines for students and proeess new books. PROJECTIONISTS The projeetionists are Hay Wadsworth. Earl Blanehard. Hob Nlorrison. Leonard Stevenson. Frei Arnst. 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Floyd Smith, Jim Svoboda Row 3: Ray Wadsworth, Har- old Walker, Kenny Watson, Ki Omar Swett. manager, Coach 0 Henry Sherlock GRADE FOOTBALL Row 1 iseatedu: Howard Brinkman, Donald Brinkman, Gene McKeever, Leroy Briese. Kenneth Willson, Bobby MacKenzie Row 2: Coach Kenneth Scott, Glenn Flatt, Charles Lenington, Howard Taylor, Joe Svoboda. George Carver Row 3: Jimmy Vinion, Bob Bramlette, Douglas Towner, Jim Hoeffner. Donald Allison, Jim Pugh, Wesley Letz, Jack Hug, Bob Lyle ' L HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL Row 1 lfrontl: Jim Hardy, Frank Witt, Gene Hardy, Bill Lohse. Claude Behrens, Don Morris. Clyde Smith, Jim Frieling Row 2: Jack Ennis, Ron- ald Farrell. Jim Fultz. Del Swerdfeger. Bob Morrison, Leonard Semenza. Merrill King. Ray Wadsworth Row 3: Coach Fred Rooley, Floyd Smith. Bill Rowe, Tommy Birkeland. Jim Svo- boda. Maurice Embleton. Sam MacKenzie. Bob Smith, Assistant Coach George Jes- person Row 4: Manager Dick Jahnke, Manager Bob Mont- gomery. Manager Omar Swett. Harold Walker. Stan- ley Frieling. Bill Jackson. Fred Arnst. Manager Ted Tucker. Assistant Coach Henry Sherlock Not pictured: K en neth Watson. Jerry Pugh FOOTBALL F01 the T11 t t1111e Nllllt' 1944 the Lo11g11o111 copped tl1e Nor 1116111 D111 1o11al LIONNII 111 dolng o they Itgl te1111 IX 1011116161116 111to11e dgdlll t o11e defeat 10111111 51191111 Choteau F111f11ld Clnnook 31111 Cut Bank 111 1111 l1efo1e the lo1al wlnle olly 1 1t 1' CII Il 111111 1e ea 1e111 16 e1en 1011 e1e111e dill? J 1111 on 111111 1 1 Ill opp 11111 ISIUXX N RENERX PS 0 IUNCHURNS 47 11 1 ll 1111 5Xflll pl111r 1 llltll Ill tl1 1r ng 1 lo 11 t11ted at tl1e 0136111112 11h1stl1 and we1e 11111 llelllllg tl Ill gun Ulllltlflll III tln p1e LUIITGIGIILC 11ar111up CONRAD 6 LUNGHORNS locals unnped to a 1 7 0 le1d 1t halftnne a Far 1ell to ed to CvCI1G1'ld1dX who went 40 1 1r11 fo1 a 1UllL1lC10XNll a11d 1311111161011 coled 011 a 11116 buck Co11rad s fourth qlldltel 1 1111 wa too lrte 1 1116 l 0lIg1l0lll5 pushed them back 1.11116 aftel 111116 Thls X1 lb the flr t conference 1111011 fo1 bHE1 BY 13 IUNCHURNS Although they l1ad to come from beh111d to Wm tl1e Lo11gho111s racked up tl1e1r econd stralght LOIITTCFCIILG 11cto1y Tldlllllg 13 6 g01Ilg 11110 the la t quarter D011 MOfllb 111th good l111e play n11shed h1s way for two touchdown a11d the game En1bleton had g1VCll the local a te1npora11 lead lll the T11 t quarter whe11 11e C0l6d f1o111 tl1e 0116 Wdld 11116 CHOTEAU 13 LONCHURNS Agdlll tl1e 10llgll0lllS surged from 1161111161 to ed ge tl1e Bulldogs 14 13 and gdlll 1o11fer1n1e M111 Illlfllliiil th11e After Chotea11 l1ad 1114611 1 13 0 halft1111e lead Don lV101llb ra11 and passed t11e lo1als to t11e1r 11111 He scored 011 an Clld run from 6 yards o11t a11d passed to Wltt lll tl1e e11d zone whrle COl'l1111Jll1Q1I'Ig o11e extra DO1llt Gene Hlrdy scored the other FAIRFIELD 0 LONGHORNS The Eagles, unable to score on ground or 1n the arr fell before the mlghty Longhorns 25 0 MOFIIS scored TWICC, whlle Embleton and Farrell each crossed pay d1rt once Farrell s two lnterceptlons were turned 1nto touchdowns for the locals who stretched the11 v1ctor1es to four stralght CHINOOK 19 LONGHORNS After t1a1l1ng 13 0 ln the flrst quarter the Bentomtes turned on the power to crush the Sugar beeters 26 19 Sweldfeger grabbed a Beeter lateral and sped 94 yards to S0016 and Morrrs tallled to knot the score 13 13 at 1nterm1ss1on After locals had gone ahead on Embleton s 79 yard raunt, Chmook agam scored but w1th t1me runnmg out MOTIIS went 38 yards to score the wlnnmg touchdown CENTRAL 46 LONGHORNS 6 The Longhorns suffered thelr flrst loss of the season to all 1nsp11ed Mustang team that ran through and over our team for a smashlng vlctory Benton s lone tally came ln the second per 10d as MOFIIS ran 57 y31dS only to be pulled down on the Mustmg 8 yard Illdlkel Un the f0lll'1l1l down Wltt took a handoff to score the locals only touchdown CUT BANK 7 LOBGHORNS Longhorns clnched the chan1p1o11sh1p M1111 a COI1X1HClllg 41 7 11ctory over the defe11d1ng champlon Cut Bank W01Y6b Embleton scored f1om 12 yards out after an lntelcepted pas but the Wol1e tled the game 1111nutes later 111th EIYNIII Sllldalllllg 1 yard for the HCOIC Locals made a rout of the game as 'Vlorr1 scored three t1n1e 111 successlon OIICC on a play good for 3.3 yards 111 tl1e fllldl perlod Wltt a11d Loh e each n1ade 111ce runs for the flnal core Cut Bank was fa1o1ed ON er tl1e Long hor11 who a week before had 116611 bad11 11631611 by Central a team the Woke had battled to a tle "B" SQUAD Tl1e Ill6IY11J6I'- of the squad who dld 11ot make the 1ars1t1 were placed 011 the slX n1an tean1 They won 1 ga111es and lost Ollly two Hlghwood defeated tl1e locals 20 0, but they the11 heatGeral11111e 18 12 Tl1e11 next Nllle tdlllf' o1er B1g Sandy 38 24 a111l Ceraldlne dgdlll 44 Zo B1g Sandy p1n11ed the second loss Oll the 111111111 1a1s1t1 06 18 but they e11ded 111611 season 111th a 31 36 CTCCINIOII over Rudy ard I '1 .11 . 4. .,' ', ' K' ' '1 .2 ' , --s " 1 Gr 11 al1sC1 t'1l ' I1 1 f ' t tl . ln tl s ' ' f ' 3 g- s '11 f '1 1. gl ' s 1111115591 142 poi s to 1111-11' 11111-nts 105. ,1 H 1. 'Q ' IQ . -1 1 .lf - l'o' 11111111111 opened tl1 1 50115011 with an easy 1,'o11q11est of the Ferg s Res - - ' xs. .le ' 1 '1 za' 1 s 1'g " ' 1-s1'1i 15 ca ssz' ' ' "gg 1' "' '11 ' ,as IC f'11l Y s , ' 's ' -' ' " 1' . -1 11 1 ' 12 . ' Q A' ' L- 1 1 A ' 's ' ' ' A ' f ' ' '1 s ' ' ' 'V sf' - ' '15 " "1 A' 'As 1, Benton and it came over a strong 0pDOI16llt. 7 1 I . 11 1' 18 , 1 , , ., 1 - S . . 7 . -7 1 , yt, 1 - l as 4 - S 1 w -"4 1 l ,- I 11 14 V . '. . . g i 7 Q x . 25 . 7 - 0 . . . . H , 26 . ' , , - . cs 79 . ' . . , . - . . . , w s o I . s ' 1 7 . I 4 , r . . , . Q - ' . 'S Q, . , J, v s i Av 1 s -' Y v . , V 1 41 5 ' ' ' ' 'S, ' s ' A A .S S I . S . J X iw. V, I - ' : 1- V ui. - ' . 7' . . ' ' . -. V. 1 1. - - v ' F ' 1, E . ' ' STATF UAS? B Cl-IAMPICDNS avg, '24 0 ww wwwnmw- Row 1 Teddx Tucker Berxl Rucker Norman Srmth Maurlce Embleton Row 7 Del Sxxerdfeger Manager DlCk Jahnke Coach Roolex Manager Claude Behrens Sam MacKenz1e Roxx 3 Gene Hardx Tommx B1rkeland Ronald Farrell Jlm Hardw Standing: Coach Rooley, Manager Claude Behrens, Del Swerdfeger, Tom Birkeland, Ronald Farrell, Jim Fultz, Billy Rowe, Manager Dick Jahnke Kneeling: Gene Hardy, Beryl Rucker, Norman Smith, Ted Tucker, Jim Hardy Not pictured: Sam MacKenzie, Maurice Embleton VARSITY BASKETBALL B SQUAD BASKETBALL Standing: Manager Harold Walker, Fred Arnst, Elywen Stallcup, Don Swerdfeger, Omar Swett, Kenny Watson Bob Smith, Bob Yirsa. Billy Jackson, Coach Rooley Kneeling: Maurice Embleton, Jim Svoboda. Sam MacKenzie, Floyd Smith. Stanley Frieling 850' PQ!! QM al: by ' JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL Back Row: Lyle Shaw, Kenny Willson, Manager Harold Walker, Donald Allison, Don- ald Letz Jimmy Hoeffner, Donald Brinkman, Gary Carver George Carver, Coach Sherlock Second Row: Charles Lenington, Glen Flatt, B111 Allen Glen Hardy, Jim Vinion Front Row Jack Davison, Sam Ragland, Le- roy Tibbles Wayne Clark, Dennis Vermillion J 940, INTRAMURAL TEAMS No. I No. 3 No, 1: Back Row: Leroy Daniels. Bob Morrison. Jim Mayo, Bill Reichelt, Eugene Warehime Front Row: Frank Witt. Leonard Semenza. Edward Stewart. Clyde Smith No. 3: Back Row: Victor Mack- enstadt. Merton Armstrong. Jack Pittman. Bill McFarland Front Row: Tom Bramlette, Evon Anderson. David Stovall. Donald Beecher No. 2 No. 4 No. 2: Back Row: Alfred Guy, Eugene Stovall, Earl Batchelor, Lloyd McCollum Front Row: David Pugh. James Frieling, Ray Wadsworth. Donald D. Olson No. 4: Back Row: Don Morris, Donald Pimperton. Harold Walker, Jack Ennis Front Row: Alfred Shaw, Jerry Pugh, William Urton Back Row Arthur Culbertson James Pugh Joseph Svoboda Coach Thomas Lee Doney Walter Lenmgton Lyle Glascock Second Row Robert Lyle Dale Fisher Robert Bramlette Gene McKeever Jack Hug Front Row Gordon Watson Robert Peter son Wesley Letz Howard Brinkman Wllliam Howell VARSITY BASKETBALL Wlth one of the tallest teams ln the school s hrstory Fort Benton opened the season wrth a 47 25 wrn over the Havre Blue P01116 from the Blg Slxteen Herght and more accurate shootrng pard off as the Longhorns led all the way In therr frrst game w1th Belt locals swamped the rnexperrenced team 50 22 on the Belt floor Two weeks later at home Fort Benton emerged vlctors of a 51 18 non conference game Locals opened thelr conference schedule wlth the Conrad Cowboys usmg then herght and speed for a 53 33 trrumph On the Cowboy court Benton smashed the hosts 65 33 wrth all players seerng actron Choteau gave Longhorns trouble rn the 1n1t1al quarter but teamwork pald off as the Bulldogs were dropped 45 28 on therr home floor ln a return game the Longhorns sprlled the Bulldogs as Choteau falled to f1nd a break 1n the locals smooth workrng attack Frnal score was 55 30 The Farrfreld Eagles stopped the locals mn streak mth a 48 41 decrsron on the Eagle floor Show lng poor shootlng and passrng locals tralled the whole game Fort Benton evened the count with Ealrfleld dumpmg the Eagles 58 50 on the home floor before a capacrty crowd ln the feature game of the year the Longhorns held frrst place rn the tlght conference race A red hot Shelby qurnt rnvaded the home court gn mg the Longhorns thelr toughest game s0 far Benton led most of the trme but Shelby rallred rn the last few mrnutes before losrng 53 46 On the Coyote floor locals hrt the hoop for a 62 53 wrn rn a wrde open contest that was all offense Benton moved to Great Falls to hand the Central Mustangs a 67 38 lrcklng rn a dull game At home Longhorns defeated Central even worse 75 to 43 as the locals ran up therr hrghest score of the year The Longhorns rallled the frnal two minutes to edge the host Chlnook Sugarbeeters 43 37 At home Benton turned back the Beeters 66 29 Controllrng rebounds and showrng superror shootlng locals handed Chrnook therr worst beatrng rn several years After burldrng up a frrst half lead Longhorns coasted over Cut Bank 61 45 ln the Wolves den The locals were the best team and proved thls agaln wrth a 65 48 vrctory here 1n the last conference game of the season Thrs wrn clrnched the conference tltle for Benton A stubborn Nashua team wlth a tlght zone defense gave the locals all they wanted for four quarters before dropplng a 48 42 declslon g1v1ng the Longhorns therr 17th wrn agarnst but one loss DIVISIONAL TOURNAMENT In therr thrrd meetrng of the year at the Drvrsronal Tournament Fort Benton trounced the small Cowboys 80 28 The semr flnals matched the Chrnook Sugarbeeters agalnst the Longhorns Benton dropped the Chrnook club 60 45 to move rnto the frnals agarnst the1r jrnx team Farrfreld ln the champronshlp battle the hrgh flylng Eagles stopped Fort Benton 63 50 ln handrng the Longhorns therr worst beatrng of the year the Farrfleld qurnt never looked better They moved out 1n front by 14 pornts mrdway ln the thlrd perrod but locals rallred w1th1n two pornts and threatened to overtake the Eagles Thrs rally was all rn varn though as the rrvals agarn rncreased thelr margm and copped tournament honors By vrrtue of Falrfreld s wrn Cut Bank moved rnto posrtron to challenge Longhorns for the rrght to enter state tournament play The Wolves played good ball but the Longhorns turned them back 57 45 and garned the rrght to enter the state frnals for the thlrd consecutrve year STATE TOURNAMENT In the state tournament locals frrst played a scrappy Eureka team from Lrncoln County. The Lrons started fast and burlt up a short lead but a rally be fore the gun carrred Benton to a 24 22 lead The , . 1 , . . - - . . , 1 7 7 7 . . . Scoring was evenly distributed in the trouncing handed the Mustangs. , . . . . . , , . . . . , , - u g . 7 . , . A. , . . . . 7 third and final periods were different as speed and accuracy paid off and the Longhorns romped to a 58-42 win. The Billings Central Rams, primed for an upset, found the towering Longhorns too much and were snowed under 71-52. Working their plays with perfection Benton led the small Rams 35-21 at half time. The Bentonites opened up in the final period and, for the first time in the school,s history moved into the state finals. The Longhorns, smarting from a defeat hy the same team two weeks before, squared off against the favored Eagles from Fairfield in the battle everyone had been awaiting. After the Eagles connected for the first basket, locals took the lead and battled to a 16-11 first quarter margin. Locals increased their lead to 29-21 at intermission. Fairfield fought gamely back in the final two cantos and with three minutes left trailed 52 49 ln the hectic last few minutes the Longhorns showed what had carried them thrs far and pushed the Eagles back for a final count of 59 51 After two other unsuccessful attempts Longhorns were crowned Class B State Champions of Monta a The Longhorns posted a 23 won and two lost record Only one team was able to beat them Fairfield doing rt two times Averaging 57 7 points per game locals rolled over all other opposition and rn winning were neyer pressed closer than frve points They tallied 1443 points during season s play The team consisted of four senrors who had yearned to wrn the state trtle srnce they were rn the eighth grade They were led by Norman Smith who averaged 152 points a game and controlled rebounds with little trouble Beryl Rucker a junior transfer from Geraldine averaged 11 0 points as Smith s running mate Opponents faced the best balanced scoring punch rn the state Capt Gene Hardy aver aged 82 points a game Ted Tucker 84 polnts and Jim Hardy 12 pornts They had ample reserve power rn Brrkeland and Farrell both returning next season MacKenzie Embleton and Swerdfeger also return to defend the trtle of state champions for the fighting Longhorns Norman Smith and Beryl Rucker were named to the all state class B team while Gene and ,lim Hardy received honorable mention Selection of four Longhorns rndrcated further the balance and power of the state champions Coach Fred Booley received credrt rn the selections for outstanding contribution to Montana class B basketball Further honors came to the Longhorns rn the lrstrng of United Press power ratings after the hoop sea on closed Locals were lrsted as fifth strongest rn all Montana regardless of class ahead of twelve school of the Brg Sixteen Anaconda Butte Central Kalispell and Billings all class A clubs were the only squads rated ahead of the Longhorns Fairfield Eagles were eighth rn over all ratings Fort Benton and Fairfield ranked one two rn class B power ratrngs OTHER BASKETBALL Although the B quad uffered their first defeat rn two years they still won 12 games Therr only loss was to a Conrad squad which ended a 26 game win streak by dumping the Jayvees 41 39 With mo t of last year s team moving to the A team Coach Booley started the season with few experienced men They rolled oyer opponent with lrttle trouble lncludrng a win over Conrad on the home floor Chinook Central Farrfreld Choteau and Belt also lost to the Baby Longhorns The team was comprised of fre hnren and sophomore all of whom w1ll be future material for the marn team -X high chool league consisting of four team played three round robrn tournaments rn a well et up intramural chedule The frr t tournament was captured by the Lucky Wine rn a 12 game play off They won 10 game while losing 2 The second tournament was captured by the Laker who played 8 game After players from the B squad returned a third tourney con lstrng of 6 games wa played The Orler emerged the top team Herbert Berg was intramural director ln an rnyrtatronal tournament at Belt the local grade hoop ter copped second place losrrrg to the host Hu kre rn the finals for their only defeat rn six games During the season the graders played in two drvrsrorr rntermedrate and Junior hrgh v - . ac 77 - , YI . 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