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

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Tl-IE PIONEER pubflsneo' by the Cfass of Nineteen Hundred Fifty Une Fort Benton High Scnoof Vofume XXVH Fort Benton Montana TABLE OF CONTENTS DEDICATIOX ..,,,.,..,,.,...........,,...,...........,....,....... 2 SCHOOL STAFF .....,.......,......,....................,.,...... 4 CLASSES ...,.,.,.,...............,..,..,..,.,..............,......... . 7 ACTIVITIES ......t..,.,............,,....,,.....,..,.,............. 25 MUSIC ,,,,.,.,.,......,,............,....,,......,...................... 37 ATHLETICS ,.........................,,......,............,,......... 45 AWARDS. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS and SPONSORS ..t.....,.,.,..,.,..,.......,............... 60 A C- bvlmerrccm Fur Cggpqm, 'hm il. tin.. am. .. DEDICATION 1 ,Y gm, s , , Q 2 tg V In previous years the school annual has heen dedieated to either a teavher, a student. or to some organization deserving such an honor: hut we, the class of 1951. feel that due respect should go, not to any one of these, but rather to something which has been, and will always he, very dear to our hearts- THE TOWN OF FORT BENTON 3 'W wr U. z "TV J ,,,:,-5f- N , ' ' ' ' df? fgmfw, 1 vt-if v ' ' , .Wa gf, M. 0, 'Wt '91, 44. . ,M ' Y I sip ini! f s'..-1 .. ,RA ggiggw. , I I I ,I I I t Q wr 3 ff 's'.,5 W ..s'ff,v . .- 4 " 'jg ' I-foxffil . 'Q -ax The old fort park. the annually painted the fairgrounds. our own st-hool huilding-these are hut a few of the many sites in historic old Fort Benton whit-h will provide us with innumerahle 1-herished mem- ories in years to come. However. not only do buildings and landmarks constitute a town. but the people themselves. living within it. To our parents and friends we extend our appreciation for making this community such a won- derful plaee in which to live. Thus. to the communitv and town of Fort Benton do we. the seniors. dedicate this yearhook. the Pioneer. we , .-.... .,,, , 942 i 1 ' S5 'M I .Za M. ..,, Row 1: Fred Arnst, board chairman, Ingolf Birkeland, vice chairman Row 2: Wm. T. Morrison, Leonard Crane, E. M. Peterson Row 3: Halder Hansen, clerk, Bill Johnstone, superintendent SCHOOL BOARD AND ADMINISTRATKON This year. the hoard and administration have had as a major problem the long range planning for liuilding facilities. With a favorahle vote from the taxpayers of 513 to l07, the voters clearly indie-ated their desire to provide additional facilities. The 3150.000 voted will remodel existing classrooms, pro- vide five additional classrooms as well as a more usable cafeteria. Greater opportunities for hoya and girls will result from these improvements. SCHOOL STAFF Miss lnez Nevins Herbert Berg James Hoffman Edward Thomas Miss Joyce Murphy Grade Two Mathemaiics English Grade Six Art. Spanish. Girls' P.E Miss Rosemary McCoy Mrs. Mary Troy H. Merne Parsons Mrs. Estella Breiier Miss Elsie Zoss Grade Five Social Studies Music Grade One Grade Four George Jesperson Fred Rooley Mrs. Rose Farringion George Pucker! W. J. Shirley Social Studies, Science Boy's P. E.. Speech. Grade Four Agriculiure Science World History High School Principal SCHOOL STAFF 'IW 'U 'S A ' afifwy ., N? W. W Miss Ruby Taney Mrs. Alice Smith Mrs. Verneva Salisbury Miss Ruth Hazen Miss Betty Browne Commercial Home Economics Helper in Grade One Grade Three English NOT PICTURED Mrs. Carley Merger Bruce Willson Office Secretary Veteran's On-the-Farm Training Instructor Mrs. Ida Embleton Howard Meeks Cafeteria Manager Bus Driver Dixon Bokovoy B1 Scott Mrs Gertrude Scott Miss Bernadme Bogner Charles Smith Custodian Bus Driver Cafeteria Assistant Helper m Grade Two Custodian -1 CLASSES DON BEECHER "B" Club 1. 2. 3, 4 "B" Squad Basketball Baseball 1, 4 Intramural Basketball 2. 3, 4 Pep Club 4 Cheerleader 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Boy's Chorus 4 Cannon Report 4 Players, Treasurer 4 "Spreading the News "What A Life" 4 ROY BIXBY F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Cannon Report 4 Boy's Chorus 4 Rifle Club 1, 2. 3 EARL BLANCHARD F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Camera Club 1, 2, 3 Football 3, 4 Intramural 1, 2, 4 Track 3, 4 Rifle Club 1, 2 Projectionist 1. 2. 3. 4 CORNELIUS BOGNER F. F. A. 1, 2. 3. 4 Rifle Club 2, 3 Intramural 2 Cannon Report 4 "What A Life" 4 "1 BEVERLEE BRAMLETTE Pep Club 2, 3 Cheerleader 2 Library Club 2. 3 Music Club 2. 4 Chorus 2, 4 G. A. A. 3 Cannon Report 4 "Star Crazy" 3 "What A Life" 4 Transferred from Big San- dy 2 MARLENE CRANE Pep Club 2. Treasurer 3 Class Treasurer 3 Cannon Report 4 F. H. A. 1 Library Club 2, 3 Players 4 "What A Life" 4 "Star Crazy" 3 Student Council Secretary 4 Transferred from Billings 1 JACK ENNIS UB" Club 2, 3, President 4 Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Secretary 3, 4 "B" Squad Basketball 1 Basketball Manager 4 Football 2, 3, 4 Intramural 2, 3, 4 Track 3, 4 Cannon Report 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Boy's Chorus 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 1, 2, 3 Players President 4 "What A Life" 4 "Spreading the News" 1 RONALD FARRELL "B" Club 2. 3, Vice Presi- dent 4 Annual Staff 4 Cannon Report 4 Student Council 1. Presi- dent 4 Class President 2 Players 4 Thespians 3 Boy's Chorus 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Basketball 2. 3. 4 Baseball 1, 2. 3. 4 Football 2. 3, 4 JAMES FULTZ "B" Club 1, 2. 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 4 Baseball 1 Football 1, 2. 3. 4 Track 3 Class Vice President 2 WANDA HARTMAN Music Club 1 Library Club 3. 4 F. H. A. 1, 2 "What A Life" 4 Chorus 1 DOLORES HOEFFNER Pep Club 3 Lyres Club 3, 4 Music Club 1, 2. 3, 4 F. H. A. 1 Library Club 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 4 Sextette- 4 Octette 3 Mixed Chorus 4 Cannon Report 4 G. A. A. 3 "Star Crazy" 3 "What A Life" 4 MERRILL KING Senior Band 1. 2. 3. 4 Pep Band 2, 3. 4 Boy's Chorus 3. 4 Mixed Chorus 3. 4 Octette 3. 4 Boy's Quartette 4 Lyres Club 2. 3. 4 Student Council 3 "B" Club 3. 4 Cheerleader 1. 3 Football 3. 4 Intramural 1. 2. 3. 4 F. F. A. 2. 3, 4 Rifle Club 4 Class Treasurer 4 "Star Crazy" 3 Players 4 MARGARET LACEY Pep Club 2, 3. Vice Presi- dent 4 Music Club 1. 2. 3, 4 Girl's Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. Treasurer 3, Vice President 4 Players 4 Cannon Report 4 "Star Crazyi' 3 RUTH LOFSTROM F. H. A. 1 Camera Club 1 Girl's Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4 Mixed Chorus 1. 4 Cannon Report 4 "What A Life" 4 RUBY MCKEEVER Pep Club 2, 3, President 4 Music Club 1, 2, 4 G. A. A. 3 F. H. A. 1, 2 Gir1's Chorus 1 Twirling 1, 2, 3 Cannon Report 4 "What A Life" 4 ROBERT MORRISON "B" Club 4 Camera Club 1, 2, 3 Lyres Club President 4 Thespians 3 Players 4 Class Vice President 3. 4 Projectionist 1. 2. 3. 4 Mixed Chorus 2. 3. 4 Boy's Chorus 3. 4 Octette 3. 4 Quartette 4 Football 3 Track 4 Intramural 1. 2. 3. 4 Baseball 1. 2. 3. 4 Student Council 1 Boy's State 3 "Star Crazy" 3 DONALD PIMPERTON Senior Band 1, 2. 3 Pep Band 1, 2 Music Club 1, 2. 3 Intramural 1. 2. 3. 4 Stage Manager for "What A Life" and "Star Crazy" Class President 1 "Spreading the News" 1 JACK PITTMAN Pep Band 1 Boy's Chorus 3 Mixed Chorus 3 Intramural 1, 3, 4 Track 3, 4 Cannon Report 4 FRANCES REICHELT Student Council Secretary 4 Annual Staff 4 Cannon Report 4 Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3 F. H. A. 1, 2 Twirling 1 Class Secretary-Treasurer 2 "What A Life" 4 JOAN REICHELT F. H. A, 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 2, 3 Library Club 2, 3. 4 "Star Crazy" fprompterl 3 BERYL RUCKER "B" Club 3, 4 Baseball 3 Basketball 3. 4 Student Council 3, 4 Transferred from Geral- dine 3 LEONARD SEMEN ZA "B" Club 3, 4 Football 3, 4 Intramural 1, 2, 3 Band 1 Music Club l Pep Club 3 Cheerleader 3 Thespians 3 Players 4 Class President 4 Cannon Report 4 F. F. A. 3, 4 Projectionist 2, 3 "Star Crazy" 3 "What A Life" 4 "Spreading the News" 1 Annual Staff 4 MEHLE SERIGHT F. F. A. 1, 2, Vice Presi- dent 3, Sentinel 4 Rifle Club 1, 2, 3 Cannon Report 4 Boy's Chorus 4 Mixed Chorus 4 "What A Life" 4 EDWARD STEWART Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 4 Boy's Chorus 3 Mixed Chorus 3 Music Club 3 "Spreading the News" 1 t'Star Crazy" fsound ef fectsb 3 "What A Life" 4 DEL SWERDFEGEH Pep Band 1, 2 Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Boy's Chorus 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Lyres Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 Student Council 2, 3 Football 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Basketball 3, 4 "B" squad 1, 2 "B" Club 2, 3, 4 Thespians 3 Players 4 "What A Life" 4 Class President 4 OPAL SYKES Pep Club 1, 2, 3 Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Cheerleader 2, 3 Pep Band 1 Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Sextette 4 Mixed Chorus Octette 3, 4 G. A. A. 3 Annual Editor 4 Cannon Report 4 "Star Crazy" 3 "What A Life" 4 Players 4 Lyres Club 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM URTON F. F. A. 1, 2, 3,4 Band 1, 2, 3 JERRY VERMILLION "B" Club 4 Football 1 Intramural 2, 3 Basketball 2, 3 Track 2 Class Vice President 1 RAYMOND WADSWORTH F. F. A. 1, 2, 3 Annual Staff 4 Football 3, 4 Baseball 4 Track 4 Intramural 3, 4 Boy's Chorus 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 3, 4 Projectionist 1, 2. 3, 4 Thespians 3 Players Secretary 4 'tStar Crazy" 3 "What A Life" 4 EUGENE WAREHIME F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Rifle Club 1, 2 Cannon Report 4 Intramural 1, 2, 3 Boy's Chorus 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Class Treasurer 1 EDWARD YIRSA F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 3 Intramural 1, 2 Cannon Report 4 Rifle Club 1, 2, 3 ln! I X. N lb ALFRED SHAW EDWIN SHAW F. F. A. 2, 3, 4 CSentinel3l F. F. A. 2, 3, 4 Intramural Basketball lsecretaryal 2, 3, 4 ' ' Intramural Basketball 2,4 GEORGE PUCKETT Sponsor SENIOR CLASS HISTORY FRESHMEN-After the confusion of the first two weeks of high school had cleared, the initiation ceremony took place. The girls were dressed in men,s pajamas and bedroom slippers, and carried hot water bottles. They wore no make-up, but a generous covering of cold cream was on each face and their hair was done up in rag curlers. The boys, adorned in diapers, T-shirts and infants, bonnets, carried baby bottles and wore make-up. Both boys and girls were anchored with rope hobbles. A dance was given for the freshmen after the initiation and later a return dance was given for the seniors. In the spring, of course, the MB" was painted, after which the painters enjoyed a picnic. SOPHOMOBES-As the next September came around, the class of '51 came tripping back to school, not as shy as they had been the year before. The year did not prove to be very eventful, but we decided to leave that for the next year. In the spring, at the class picnic, Margaret Lacey showed her Amazon strength by throwing Bill Urton in the creek-just for a change. Thus ended our trials as under classmen. JUNIORS-Ah, at last, upper classmen. In 1949 Beryl Rucker, Ronald Farrell and Del Swerdfeger represented the class as members of the varsity basketball squad. NStar Crazyf, chosen as the annual junior play, was presented in April. ln the spring "Blue Moonn was selected as the theme for the prom. SENIORS-At last our dream had come true-we were 'seniors-! Del Swerdfeger was elected as president to lead the class through the last year of our high school career. Bob Morrison was vice-presi- dentg Jack Ennis, secretaryg Merrill King, treasurer. Now it was our turn to be on the controlling end of the paddle. Initiation of the freshmen was held and a dance was given in their honor to end the fun. Later a return dance was given the seniors by the freshmen. In December the senior play, "What A Life," starring Ray Wadsworth, was presented. ln the spring Ruby lVlcKeever was crowned Prom Queen. Later, Sneak Day was enjoyed with Baccalaureate and Commencement following. 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Alice Willson. vice-president: Jim Svoboda. president: Floyd Smith. treasurer: nsor: Della Mae Letz, secretary: Bill Rowe, Juanita Works IOR CLASS Uni- ol. tilt- ,Iiinior liigzliligzlils this war mis the Junior Play. "Low ls Too NIll1'il 'l'ronlile." xxliivli mi- prt-st nit-tl .Xpril 3 anti fi. uitli Xlist Xlurpliy tiirevting. Their final ultram-tioii of tlif- year mis tht- Junior Proin :Xpril 20. l niioillileiiiy.liwyareiooi4iiigfo1'xxzi1'fi to the liigliliglit of lie-1-oniing ".-Xliiiiglity Senior-." Ft if Row Ro w Row Ro w Row Row it s. is ' 'f L2 ENG-y.' ml f ,J were f M Z ' 1 w. 5 f 'w i 1 " 5 yy . 1 , 4 r 4 y ilzznvv if A 1' 2 3 Z ..,, V Y af' 5 l , ,,, yr - ik if in ' a ,vt :E ff . X H511 Q A gl : :- 1 1left to rightlz Evon Anderson, Bill Clark, Alma Lenington. Lauretta Marcussen. Beverly Murray. Lloyd McCollum. Donald E. Olson. David Stovall 2: Fred Arnst. Shirley Frieling. James Lacey, Bill McFarland. James Prindel. Gene Stovall 3: Ed Bach. La.Donna Gabbert. Lillian Ludwig. LeRoy Olsen. Jerry Pugh. Omar Swett 4: Don Bogner. Bertha Gomoll, Pat Lyle. Donald D. Olson, Pat Reichelt. LeRoy Taylor 5: Paul Bogner. Mitzi Granger. Bill Reichelt. Harold Walker 6: Billea Carver, Helen Jacobsen: Stanley Frieling. president: Barbara Lenington. treasurer: Mr. Herbert Berg. sponsor: Maurice Schultz. Kenneth Watson Row 7: Dale Charters. Beverly Johnson: Anne Stranahan. vice-president: Marilyn Wadsworth. secretary: Lou Scott. Bob Yirsa S O P H O M O R E S With an enrollment of forty-two students. this was the largest vlass in high school. Nleniliers parti- vipatetl in all school activities. Une highlight was the sophomore clanve giveninDe1'enilne1'. The group looks l'0l'Wdl'tl to next year when they will take their place as uppervlassnien of FHBS. m t M KM X ay J . .. -f.- , I l '2'V f ...Q V S M is K! 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Secretary: MBU' Arm Schulll- ROB' Worrall FRESHMEN lnitiatitm for tlif- freslinwn was ht-ltl on Septmiilwl' l5. tlie- vlass lmxing to xwar t'tlrllllllPS mls--igiiatecl lay the- seniors. :X l-fttrllllliill return tlanve was gin-n on Septeinlie-r 23 in limior of the seniors. llic- annual trip to tlie "ll" for the purpose of xsliitvmisliizig it was taken. ziml the juli was an-uiiiplislic-rl willi the alll of a ff-ix patlclles. 4 "" 1 5' ffw ' Row Row Row ,pmt 4, ..,.., , f 3, I any ff I f H ,. V ,e ,, W , N A ,, . . , . 1 I f fe .. : N 4- Q ' A Z 1 A 4 f 2 ,, 3 Q 1 ff fs, f' 2, one: Frieling. Karen Fultz two: Gay Harris, Janet Howell, Jeanne Joubert, Joan Lawrence, Charles Lenington. Anna Mae Ludwig, Ethel Nagengast. Betty Postill, Sam Ragland three: James Renville, Nellie Spiros, Myrna Smith, Leslie Stashi, Dennis Vermillion, Kenneth Willson, Darlene Wadsworth, Jean Wright, Robert Wood Ralph Allen, Dennis Allen. LeRoy Briese, Shirley Briese. Fred Clark. Gary Carver. Donald Davison. Donald Not pictured: Lyle Shaw GRADE EIGHT GRADE SEVEN Row one: Kim Adamson, Mary Bogner, Bob Bramlette, Sharon Briese, Howard Brinkman. Beulah Brockway. Wilbur Row Row Davies. Shirley Davison, Lee Doney, Betty Feltman. Douglas Towner two: Dale Fisher. Phyllis Frieling, Elsie Jones, Theresa Johnson. Kathleen LaBarre. Ernestine Lang, Gayle Ledgerwood, Wesley Letz, Kenneth Lundy. Robert Lyle, John Watson three: Sharril Mulkins, Kathryn Mackenstadt, Gene McKeever, Patricia Noble, Beverly Prodger. James Pugh, Barbara Reichelt, Mary Ronning, Ida Stovall. Joseph Svoboda. Lila Wood Not pictured: Kim Rettig 6 QV .M l 95. V . S- g it Row 1, left to right: Donna Arnst, Charles Carver, Elvera Christopherson, Helen Clark. Arthur Culbertson, Cleo Crane. Roberta Davison, Christine Doney, Guy Fish, Bob Gallea Row 2: Donald Gallea, Lyle Glascock, Robert Hardy, Glenda Hartman. Michael Hartwell. William Howell. Marietta Johnstone, Gale Lenington, Walter Lenington, Frank Lopeman Row 3: Robert MacKenzie, Donna Mayo, Priscilla Mertz, Sandra Murray. Mark Paul. Shirley Patterson. Robert Peterson. Phyllis Pimperton, Virginia Ragland, Myra Renville Row 4: Lorna Smith, Janet Smith. Peggy St. Peter, Robert Warren. Gordon Watson. Sharon Vinion GRADE6 GRADE5 PICTURE ON OPPOSITE PAGE Row l, left to right: Jesse Allison, Thomas Bach. Jack Bartlett. Bruce Bramlette. Sandra Bramlette. Melvin Breault. Raymond Cameron, Russell Cameron. Judy Cline Row 2: Barbara Davies, Patricia Edwards. Jeanne Feltman, Patricia Hardy. Gary Homme. Shirley Howell. Elenette Jasper. Earl Kinion, Carol Lilly Row 3: Jerome Nagengast, Sharon Noble. Shirley Nordhues. Gene Ronning. Joan Ronning. Barbara Schultz. Oliver Stashi, Larry Vielleux. Ed Wadsworth Row 4: Tony Warren. Larry Willette, Mary Ann Wood. Ellen Worrall Absent when pictures were taken: Bruce Rettig GRADE4 PICTURE ON OPPOSITE PAGE Row l. left to right: Clifford Ayers. Mary Ellen Bessette, Michael Bogner. Merrillyn Brown. Robert Carver. Amanda Jane Clark, Sharee Clark. June Crane. Jerry Feltman. Milton Fish Row 2: Roberta Hardy. Carol Hartwell, June Helland, Norma Howell, Marie Joubert. Linda Lenington. Norma Lilly, Pamela Mayer. Carol Mertz, Shirley Midlestadt Row 3: Donald Molinario. Jean MacDonald. Patsy McClain. Barbara Nagengast. James Olson. Gary Overholser. Carol Peterson. Jerry Prindel, James Pugh, Franklin Schoonover Row 4: Francis Stashi. Barbara Steiner, Shirley Stevenson, Eva Stovall. Patricia Tibbles. Gary Towner. Gregory Ver- million. Nancy Vinion. Leona Watson, Daryl Willson Absent when pictures were taken: Shirley Ronning f""'- ,g 7 -.77 gf 9 Wy Q Z E beg! ! . JM ' 1 f 4 I ilE ? IDENTIFICATION OF STUDENTS ON OPPOSITE PAGE GRADES GRADE4 IDENTIFICATION OF STUDENTS ON OPPOSITE PAGE 9 4 .. my ,gg qs ,Q 2, 2 '22 2 V af ,lx ,AY , VK, ,M 'A vi . . . .J x .I H-'Mig w- ,f In Y J r I K , ' f Q :ff c 2 . ix, . f N 3,63 , ,g I 1 'W W' I :N of 1 V1 ss wQ I EI235 If 91 vi ht 1 vs -J J w 'Q T ei ' '99 Ab ,fi st 2 W ff' if ,,, if ff 'J 1 wx Row l, left to right: Lane Adamson, Betty Anderson, Dennis Bach, Jerry Bach, Lynda Bessette, Sharon Brinkman, Bernice Davison, Frederick Decker, Harold Everson Row 2: Mary Everson, Laulette Hansen, Dennis Hardy, Karyn Hardy, Paula Kalanick, Alderine LaBarre, Douglas Lenington, Daryl Milledge, Charles Nagengast Row 3: Rose Nagengast, Robert Nelson, Florence Olson, Cleo Ann Pugh, Larry Saksa, Eugene Semenza, John Stewart, Betty Stipe, Gerald Wood GRADE3 GRADE2 PICTURE ON OPPOSITE PAGE Row 1, left to right: Karen Aznoe, Anita Booth, Lynda Bramlette, Barbara Jo Cameron, Hazel Charters, Sandra Clark, Patrick Clark, Linda Culbertson, Georgiana Davison, Judy Davies Row 2: Donald Decker, Leslie Eddards, Katherine Edwards, Geraldine Edwards, Charles Engren, Beatrice Everson, Joan Feltman, Lowell Hankins, Charles Hardy, Carol Harris Row 3: Dennis Kegel, Glenn Ledgerwood, Connie Legreid, Marilyn Lenington, Marilys Lenington, Tony McDermott, Jon Meredith, Martin Molinario, Leone Nagengast, Catherine Olson Row 4: Donna Paul, Janet Steiner, Linda Stovall, Ira Vinion, Joseph Wolfe, Robert Worrall Absent when pictures were taken: Verne Weeks GRADEI PICTURE ON OPPOSITE PAGE Row 1, left to right: Judith Ann Ackerson, Robert Bailey, Dennis Bramlette, Donald Christopherson, Joyce Eddards, Mary Jo Feltman, Anna Lee Hartman, Daniel Hartwell, Susan Herbert, Sherryl Holman Row 2: Eli Johnson, William Johnstone, Raymond Kalanick, Douglas LeMond, Wanda Lenington, Carolyn MacKenzie, Mike Meredith, Peggy McClain, Marilyn Midlestadt, Evon Norton Row 3: Vicky Peres, Ronald Pugh, Cheryl Saksa, Larry Serbin, William Silvius, Diane Schmidt, Christine Stashi, Mark Squires, Lois Steiner, Bob Stevenson Row 4: Betty Tibbles, Nancy White, Kenneth Willett, Terry Woods, Donald Young Absent when pictures were taken: Donald Milledge ilw-g ,, ,.,. Vqgif my A 41 ' 5 1 Q. if, x A is ' s VX Li, I- -iff' ' xe ' Aj E f 1 1, 1 f H-' ffq E ri 61 v 4 ,Ei ii x 9 K, 1, , 7 , . 4 ' 2? A L' , r D T72 11' 1 , A V I Q? I if ' I A A MW . 1, I A 'I ff . . Wm pf? I 1,,A, :gg 1 4 V " f V j. ,gg , I I 43 Q Q , A , N . ,A f,5, 'r4 I A. ,V I A ,l ,I rv 2 vvrv A - ,V ,rx I ,, ,I , 1 5 1 W7 f , f- f . W. ng , 4 ,fl 1 , fa . ,I .mv , Xi I' ' lf . 3, I I 1, A , I S, ' if ,EP .F ff, :,- f f . Y A 6? nyv vAA,f Y :., 32.5 'F IDENTIFICATION OF STUDENTS ON OPPOSITE PAGE GRADE 2 GRADE IDENTIFICATION OF STUDENTS ON OPPOSITE PAGE I we ,,,' I I+ - I A ' , - . I hxig Vlrv fwn JQJM?NA?'Q :.5b: , 5 1. ,W df? ' I l" I af - I ' . ,. - ' ' ' ' nag 7 fy-. if B' A ,I,, I ' P '1 . - I 6 I-'f' ' I ' .5 . 6: I " ,, ' --f' 1 ii ! A ' I t ....' ' zf' Mvixsf ' -2 I ' I If , Ii if-""' A-N. ,. f 1 I is 'I 1 'A X gg ,. ' A I... X I ' . I n-1 ' J N ' .1 ,X fl 3 v.... I ,Q 1 ..- I' .1 K A '. - - ' A g b, I 'iw 5, ' I b A ww K 5 K. Y 5 1 ' fw- wfm .Jw . V:--I wJ ' RIM --', ,..,... ., fi 15 X . V 5 5 ik "z - .I .W In L In 'AZ H .,,. vb? K? A 7 -IL' ' - .-if s-,-- . t 1 'i A55 1 New N , 53 tg x fin J 'K' Q f K .. I R p ig gmby vQ,N,Q:wwSA A Swv g wwggy ACTIVITIES 97' 2 Q a "" ,vu-Q.. any 'F' YI" 'WW' STUDENT COUNCIL FIRST SEMESTER: Seated: Earl Batchelor, Dale Charters, Janet Elliott. Mary Nagengast. Frances Reichelt, Maxine McKeever, Ed Stewart and Glenn Flatt Standing: Ronald Farrell, Maurice Embleton, Supt. Bill Johnstone SECOND SEMESTER: Row l: Ronald Farrell, Marlene Crane, Janet Elliott. Anne Stranahan, Bill Rowe Row 2: Glenn Hardy, Jim Fultz. Beryl Rucker, Don Pimperton. Del Swerdfeger 2 3 Y i -,ft 1 15 6 Center picture. first row rleft to rightr: Wanda Hartman. Marlene Crane, Margaret Lacey, Ruby McKeever. Frances Reichelt, Beverlee Bramlette, Janet Elliott, Opal Sykes. Dolores Hoeffner Back row: Ray Wadsworth, Don Beecher. Jack Pittman. Bob Morrison. Ronald Farrell, Edward Stewart. Jack Ennis. Cornelius Bogner, Del Swerdfeger Top left: "Husbands Supplied" Bottom left: Comedy scene from 'tMidsummer Nights Dream" Top right: MThe Powers That Be" Bottom right: "The Anniversary" FORT BENTON PLAYERS This yt'ill' tin- Fort Henlon Plilf't'l'S. fornierly the Tliespiuiir. c-lv'-lr-ai Javk Ennis as presimlentz Hola Nlnrrison. Sli?-lJl'0'lllt'Illl Ray Wzulswortli. sm-if-taii'y: :intl Don lit-tw-lim-. ll't'ilFlll't'I'. Nliss Hroxsm- sponsorml Y lin- group. The llnyws stag:-ti tlmw- tlllt'-ill'l plays in l"r'li1'l1a11'y. :X ilinivc- and lnnvii follow-tl xxilia-li proxlllml nn viijoxnlmlv innl sim-ni--till vwnnig of c'iile'i'tniiii1nflit. :X mn--in-I play mn- tnlwn In lllssonln in lin- spring. W fa: 4 4 W Y 5? fag Zww X A . 'f as ' . E if 1 if N10 . Y.' 12 2 gn IW 1' Center picture: Maxine McKeever, Mary Nagengast, Mary Lee Adams, Howard Taylor, Bob Smith, Nina Knight, Sam MacKenzie, Donna Brinkman, Jim Svoboda, Virginia Bryant, Monica Fish, Jeanne Patterson, Floyd Smith, Della Leftz LOVE IS TOO MUCH TROUBLE The juniors presented iilsove ls Too Much Troublei, to a large, enthusiastic audience on April 6. The play, directed by Miss Joyce Murphy, dealt with troubles of college students and was staged at the Hpoison Potn lunchroom. H .3 532 L if ,U Q a,, , W , . W M33 ,Q gn ,, ,i ff? 9,8 ff f X37 -i i 9 , M 44, v .- f I ' f W 3 V 11 - 'C : ,Q . x K ' . 3. -:Q 1: 2. QW . -Q A, ng' . - xp: -12:52-si:-QQ . , Q' . ws .11-gg:-. - - , ff N QQ, ,R w . -fi' 'fb , .QQ gf .,.. V ' , x U '.:zq.a fv'e?:'-.. f- -eg. K N' 2. 1, 'Y f V4 , if ' QQ? ww HN' 5.9 F iffy ,' ,, ,.,, , ,k fi 1 x W, gn V T55 32? 'M f'R1'E' K in ' V P swf, W' . M 1. , , mfg, 4121? ff, 21 ,gig-iw, 1:1 . 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SorhororesxEvor Pndfrson, "' et, Efhllp Pall 'am Patty for K and 1t3 the Wlt ra D .JXP force sflmed uv I' S niors' was nfl ahan were assxstarts had Fi f'ihTJ 'HU' U79 'Muse gade t led la t, Ray Wadsworth, Lorna Smith, Edward 2 Verrlll KIHH, vim Svoboda worth. ard Donna A n t omibh various ch b Smlth and The band Floyd U U b en Wa far, Z re Trio we COD an stint K hu! 9 I V' 3' COV' 1 tha ie, re ' CANNON REPORT STAFF Row 1 Ronald Farrell Leonard Semenza Jack Enms Cornelxus Bogner Row 2 Opal Sx kes, Row Blxbx Beverlee Morne Gene Warehxme Ruth Lofstrom Row 3 Ed Ylrsa Ruby McKeever Don Beecher Marlene Crane Jack Plttman Row 4 Delores Hoeffner Merle Serxght Margaret Lacex Bxll Urton Frances Re1cheIt SPONSOR Mme Rubv Taneg, 9- 'S' N Q I , . F e Q Affhi x D 'T " P 'eiflv . A-.FV ..,.... 'il .. say.. 4.4: ,,Mv,t?w . 4, fn. .rpg xx' . WS, '7 V h .4 .?,...a-,.. 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B1 ,:,:,l A VAAA' bv - L55 , ' 4 3.5: ' , f 5 " . 2 X ' 1 I V ,ef Effazr L i . , ' " ' ' w T! L.- x .. I L C A J " KAI Q ,. ' ' A ' , ., . , . ez' S . Bo .' ' XI rx. 0 Fl nuulgulesg D ------ sw 5 A ' 5: , , 3j5!I !gHf' ?iIIiE5l1li'k CHEERLEADERS Left to right: Mitzi Granger, Dorothy Frieling, Don Beecher, Marilyn Wadsworth and Sharon Morrison Back row, reading left to right: Marlene Campbell, Betty MacKenzie, Shirley Frieling, Rita Paul, Joan Reichelt, Pat Lyle, Billea Carver. Mr. Hoffman, sponsor Second row: Wendy Norton, Norma Pugh, Patty Reichelt, Barbara Olson, Patty Nagengast, Maxine McKeever. Frances Reichelt, Virginia Bryant, Mary Nagengast First row: Sharon Morrison, Marilyn Wadsworth, Don Beecher. Dorothy Frieling, Mitzi Granger, Myrna Fish, Margaret Lacey, Ruby McKeever, Donna Brinkman PEP CLUB Pep Club niet in September for reorganization at which Mr. Hoffman accepted the duties of sponsor. The officers elected were Ruby fVlcKeeyer, presidentg Margaret Lacey, vice-presidentg Myrna Fish, secre- tary: and Donna Brinkman as treasurer. One proje ct of Pep Club was the building of a hot dog stand at the football field. Pep Club bought the cheerlead7ng uniforms and supported the team at basketball and football games. The constant pushing and help of Mr. Hoffman made Pep Club a success in many of its activities including the snake dances. -ar, J . - I, I 1 L ' . n y 'Z a Vl: f A up , ,yi A,-A V ' 'A11 I g. ,. . F - V ' , , 'R A 1 f ' gi, 3... Eg: wg, ri g. +1 , Ll , -V 2 2 Q -6 V First row lleft to rightl: Bob Morrison. Ray Wadsworth, Earl Blanchard. Earl Batchelor. Howard Taylor Second row: Carroll Engum. Fred Arnst. Evon Anderson. Harold Walker. David Stovall. Gene Stovall Third row: Donald E. Olson, Eddie Midlestadt. Norma Pugh. Mary Stevenson. Beverly King. Patricia Mayo. Sam Ragland. Roy Worrall, Kenneth Willson Fourth row: Darlene Wadsworth. Dennis Allen, Donald Frieling. Betty Postill. Joe Svoboda. Sharril Mulkins. Gene Mc-Keever. Donald Allison. Barbara Reichelt Not pictured: Bill Urton PROJECTIONISTS The Proj:-1'tim1ist Clulv mis startc-rl in IQIT. Thr- Illlllllwl' of lllt'IlllN'I'S has iIIl'I't'ilNt'll from 8 in that ye-air 11130 in l95l. 'lilw purpose of the vlull is to afford stride-nts am opportunity to lmirn tht- ups-mtimi of diffs-rvnt types of fxlltllll-XilSlllll aids used in tht- Furl lic-nlmi st-luml syslvlll. The- wlula furnislw. ri pro- , . . . jc 4 tnmisl lm me-ry 1-lass m tht- high svliuol who mm slum lll1IYll'rLlllf' lime- that it Is llt'l't'rriil'f'. Thr- sl-liuol uwllszlppl'uXil112ll6ly 275 l't't'Ul'tllllgr. 330 film strip- und 58 films Q-qiiimlf-111 to T2 reel-. Tlwsc- aids urv xaluvtl at S-1500. The aumlio-risiml vt ui mic-nt use-d in Ihr sm-limil uni-isis of tu rv I'f'l'Ul'Ilt'I'. l l rm-ord playvr. lllllllll' zuldrl-ss Sf'Stt'lll. mm'ie projvvtor. filmstrip ur -litlv projel-tor amd opaque- p1'ojec'tor. As sponsor of this vluh. Nlr. Berg has done at finv juli in lt'ilt'lllllfI each mvmlwr indixiduully how to rim the equipmvnt. Seniors 1'ereix'r- aiwairds for partir-ipatimi and profiviem'y. ff M. ' V , 0? ff- ff , 1, M , 7232 f 7, if . agp W we T A is , , Q A WS, I 4 U I W , A A ' 2. X I :ik ,M 31 1. , , 4 WH . my R l, A S , ,f Q ' :H ? Q 2 is ., Q , W Y 23 ? f , A , M A id., f if we Q if Q Q 4 ff if img , f ,, y J .,,, . i 315' , fa , a in ' . 3- 1 ,, ,.- 4- 1-3 "QQ" 9 ?g,..:::-- gff . 6 40 Row 1: Lou Scott, Bertha Gomoll, Juanita Works, Monica Fish, Alma Lenington, Helen Jacobsen Row 2: Patty Nagengast, Alice Arneson. Joan Reichelt, Pat Mayo, Lauretta Marcussen Row 3: Anne Stranahan, song and recreation leaderg Noreen Deck, treasurerg Margaret Lacey. vice president: Mrs. Smith. advisorg Della Mae Letz, president: Barbara Lenington. secretary: Mary Lee Adams, song and recreation leader F. H. A. The Future Homelnakers of America is an organization which was formed five years ago last June. The main purpose of the F. H. A. is to teach the girls to adjust themselves socially. A Christmas Tea for the mothers was one of the highlights of the year. The advanced home economics girls modeled the garments they had made and also constructed a house of gingerhread and candy for a centerpiece. Presents were exchanged around the tree. The District Convention was attended hy the memhers and the State Convention hy Juanita Works. Patty Nagengast. and Barhara Lenington. who were chosen as dele- gates. Nlany new ideas were hrought hack to the cluh and many new friendships were started. Two new projects were tried this year. Une was Hoho Day and the other was selling Christmas cards. Both of these undeitakings proved very successful. Another highlight in the year was the Style Revue with thirty-two girls participating. Garments of various types and styles. that the girls had made. were modeled. Q av' ' ,.1:: 1 X . ,. K Q is Left side: Shirley Frieling, Joan Reichelt Right side: Beverly Murray. Wanda Hartman Bottom: Barbara Witt. Della Mae Letz. Delores Clark. Rita Paul. Betty MacKenzie. Dorothy Frieling L I B R A R I A N S Wiith the chief responsibility of caring for student library books and magazines. the Library Club was formed. Miss Broime sponsors the group with Shirley Frieling presiding at the weekly meetings. The members of this organization find their duties varied and numerous. They process the books in order to prepare them for the shelves, keep the shelves and books dusted and orderly and clit-ck magazines in and out to the students. Through the use of shelf displays and bulletin board attractions of the latest books. the librarians help to interest the students in reading. This year the Club decided to award a letter to the librarians for their service and after that a bar is to be added for each year. 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A ' ' "Qu " " . -'-11'1i '1i' ' 5 ' 5' 1 1 ' . 1' '5' .1 '- -5 ' 11 L 111' 1 ' 5' - 111 1111-11' 1-1115 1111-1 1-011111 51-11--1111. 11111 1101 11115 lllllS' - 1" -1111. , - . '- ' - ' 1' JUNIOR BAND Front row fleft to rightl: Phyllis Frieling, Sharril Mulkins, Barbara Reichelt, Donna Amst Second row: Gale Lenington, Janet Smith, Gale Ledgerwood, Virginia Ragland, Phyllis Pimperton. Marietta Johnstone Third row: Sam Ragland, Virginia Bryant, Gary Carver, Douglas Towner, Gene McKeever. Bob Warren Top row: Cleo Crane. Donald Brinkman, Charles Lenington. Jim Vinion BEGINNERS BAND Front row 4left to rightlz Tony Warren, Sandra Bramlette, Lorna Smith. Patricia Hardy, Bob Hardy, Jeanne Joubert Second row: Edward Wadsworth, Charles Carver, Larry Joe Vielleux, Bruce Bramlette Top row: Myrna Smith, Jerome Nagengast ,VZ ei C H O R U S Upper left, top row: lleft to rightj Barbara Olson, Margaret Lacey, Mary Anne Schultz, LaDonna Gabbert, Jeanne Patterson, Ruth Lofstrom, Mitzi Granger Second row: Mary Nagengast, Dorothy Frieling, Sharon Morrison, Wendy Norton, Lillian Ludwig, Beverlee Morris Front row: Pat Nagengast, Rita Paul, Lauretta Marcussen, Mary Lee Adams, Betty MacKenzie, Opal Sykes Lipper right, back row: lleft to rightl Myrna Fish, Shirley Homme, Lou Scott, Beverley King, Anne Stranahan Front row: Pat Reichelt, Janet Elliott, Beverly Murray Center: Merne Parsons tdirectorj Lower left. top row: lleft to rightj Floyd Smith, Del Swerdfeger, Jim Svoboda. Ray Wvadsworth. Donald Brinkman, Gene Yvarehime. Dale Charters, Donald Beecher Lower right. top row: lleft to rightl Merle Seright, Carroll Engum. Ronald Farrell. Bob Morrison, Bob Smith, Merrill King Second row: Moe Embleton, Eyon Anderson, Jack Ennis, John Harris Front row: Harold Vllalker, Omar Swett, Donald Olson, Bill McFarland. Roy Bixby, ,lack Pittman DANCE ORCHESTRA Back row lleft to rightr: Bob Smith, Dennis Vermillion, Jim Svoboda Front row: Jack Davison, Del Swerdfeger. Anne Stranahan, Mary Lee Adams S N A P S High school art display ---- one of seven National Assembly programs ---- Captain Rucker presents second place state basketball trophy to Student Body President Farrell '--- type, type. type ---- Doc and the opaque projector "'a'4-vf-mtg: gr 4 A H -Q-in-.5 S ,tg ' FL' 0:01.14 1 ATHLETICS 'QA aqua V f v 91 au. - f wdlllldwf 9 ML "" z1",,,.fiwwf:f4:w. -V , 1, , 'Dx 4' A 3, . V1 ,X W my in 2 :I 4 L? gk . Q .,.,. ,. , ,,,W 1 "' was ' , W : ., Kwik A1 ' A? ww-ww ,, A+ Cau- in fs 'S 9' .. ,, W .xl A ,. ., W4 , -' Hgh U. 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The ralnpaging Longhorns piled up 1447 yards gained to Choteau's 20 yards gained. The game was marked by many fumbles probably due to the snow and cold. lCAoLEs LWPSET l.0NGll0RNSl The Fairfield Eagles upset the favored Longhorns in a stirring grid- fesl. During the first two minutes of the game the Eagles intercepted a Longhorn lateral on the Fort Benton five yard line and scored a freak touchdown. The Longhorns were in scoring position twice, but time ran out and they suffered their first loss. LONGHORNS WYIN OVER CHINOOK! The Longhorns rolled over the Chinook Sugarbeeters for their third conference victory. The game was hard fought all the way with Embleton packing the Longhorns, scoring punch as he powered his way to four Longhorn touchdowns. Xlt'sT.tNtLs DROP Loxoltottxsl The Great Falls Central Mustangs outplayetl the Fort Benton Long- horns to the score of 26-6. The Mustangs led all of the way. Central scored early in the game and added another in the sei-ond quarter. Neither team scored in the third period. ln the final quarter the Longhorns scored on a series of passes from Frieling and Rowe to Birkeland and Emhleton. with Emhleton getting the score. The Mustangs scored twice more in the final frame. LUNGHORNS BEAT VVOLVESI The Benton Longhorns defeated the Cut Bank Wolves 13-6, dominating the whole game by pushing l4 first downs to the Wiolves' 6, netting the Longhorns 363 yards gained to Cut Bankls l59. THE LONGIIORNS ROMP ON COWBOYS! The Fort Benton Longhorns ran over the Conrad Cowboys 54-0 on November Benton led all the way with Emhleton getting four touchdowns. The Longhorns, line literally smashed the Cowboy offense and defense throughout the game. Longhorns, with a 5-2 record, placed second in the Northern B Football Conference. JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL TEAM lst row tfronttz ,loe Svoboda, Douglas Towner, Denny Vermillion, Gene NlcKeever, Bob Bramlette, Kim Adamson. Coach Hoffman 2nd row: James Renville, Bill Allen, Charles Lenington, Kenny Willson, Sam Ragland, Dale Fisher, ,lack Davison 1 2 G.. Q. :fs , ',x 1 llvx meld' wwf X if A. Mi,-. a sw.-.-, in W" , 'wi ,Ig I 2 1 N 2 ,A ,ZW V! , , 7, 1, 1 mb ff f if Q . Aw ,J ' 1 , ff,ff KW WW 4, eff, Mfg 4, ,,,f, v I H V' .,.,.,. , ,1 J 6 V 1 ' V V df 6+ x , ":',,.,, , . ' ,ffegf cfjqw, X " V V ' :4',. w w f ,ff 1 V, 1 ff' ,i'Q.f2 ,,, ff, ,- M 'I ,,,. AW, 04 P M f A Y 1489 lg' Q ,Q7,,, +' I 2, 45 f , ,,. 'Ll "Q: h ' Ili, W A Q 'V MI h HQ! . - ,s 7? 2 ' fi 7'-2 LMT, 1 jaw.. ws Mg A H5 9 ff Q ,I sz . f ffm' ,vm K 3 J A 4 'Q FZ -, fm A5 S v X Q -A M .N 11 '- NN BASKETBALL Longhorns in the above picture are: First row. rleft to rightr Del Swerdfeger. Stanley Frieling, Bill Rowe. Maurice Embleton, and Jim Fultz Back row. rleft to right: Coach Fred Rooley. Sam MacKenzie, Ronald Farrell. Beryl Rucker. Jerry Vermillion, Tom Birkeland. and Jack Ennis. manager - A -.4 ee- I A AND B BASKETBALL OPPOSITE PAGE - A and B SQUAD Top row: fleft to rightm Del Swerdfeger. Jim Fultz, Sam MacKenzie, Stanley Frieling, Maurice Embleton Second row: Fred Arnst. Kenny Watson. Glen Flatt: Jim Svoboda, Gene Stovall Third row: Manager Jack Ennis. Glen Hardy, Coach Fred Rooley Bottom row: Jerry Vermillion. Tom Birkeland, Beryl Rucker, Ronald Farrell. Bill Rowe. The white warm-up clothes designate the varsity. BASKETBALL Longhorns. e'oae'hed hy Ifred Hooley. won twenty of the twenty-four game-s played this season for another fine- ree'oreI. Une starting five averageel ahout six feel two for one of Nlontanais tallest high sehool squads. All were potential seorers and team play eliaraeterizeel the squad's Imaslee-thall. T,l'f?tTUIlTCI'PIll'f' games showed a vietory' overYaIier and a loss to Ilavre. Longhorns. defending eliampions of the: Northern I3 e:eniIere'ne'e:, won home and home games with Conrad. Great Falls Central. Slie-Ihy. Chinook. and Choteau. while dividing the pair with Ifairfield and Cut Iianle. This gave them a e' -'Ii-1mpion.'Iiip ofthe eronferenere with ,Toe Zilefs Cut Bank Wvolves. I It fell "e'tin in two other I 5 - vonfe renee tilts- Bervl Rucker :et 11 new Ionghorn seoring nrirle of I3 pointg in one of theye game ie rs une o ie IRI ion ournnnen ie fe il gui the Fort I'Ien on onghorns defe ated the NIIIIDIJUIII Ihote in In eog UZ S8 'Ihe win entitled the Ionghorns to go into enn fin il pI iw where then defeated the Flllfllllll Eagles 38 UZ Ihe I ut Ii mle Vvolxes we1ehe1ten 63 48 in the ehnnpionslnp finals in 1 fast moving hall genie The xletory gate the Ionghoins the Ilglll to lllfltlllfg sixex e I'ort Iienton Ionghorn tnte I I e e oeoine 3 6 I ie enn ina ie o oiul o xe xe le entonite a ire In dloppn elo e a 5031 Ihu the Ionghorn moxed into the Sltte Ch nnplon Inp plnoff for the ee ond we-:ai 111 a row g I I e gl rn d upped 1 he nl 1 eoie o 3 ie e e o I 1 ne n oneli pulling ahead inthe Ia t Tldlllt to go on to win the btate I3 I hnnplonslnp UI 50 SI' MUN RFI ORD Opponent e They Opponent e They Taller Ionrid Fdllfleld Be t Shelhx Lentral Chmoole :te i Cut iinle She IIN I e ntl il I Innoole Coin el I hote au e t DISTRII T IULRN ANIENT I hoteau I' airfield ut 1 slA1E IULRN AWFNT aine X I Ioint ie 5 oe e s 'Ie X Xl i ion In tl ffi xt ga 1 III 1 D' aI T z ' tl -Iel at the Great Falls I ntrz t' i. - ' ' t I, 5 , eg I e 5 ' I 'z I III ps T' -I . I 2 " - ' ' - . J ' vol I e A 'i IV ftate Class "IIN Tenirnament at Glasgow for the- fourth su e-e'e1 '- "earl Th e I , s s 2 ' -e of the- stat' IUIIVIIQIIIIPIII Ivy deff -ating the I.aureI I, ' mtives 74'-fl . Iill sl '-f' -Is tl I VI' If I' ' VI' les ga 'e tl B1 ' as I sez D' ' 'ig a ' sl g' me Ijlayin iare th II0n io s re I -1 ' hreake' to Ana e'e1 nda- Central hy a s' ' 'If 711--50. TI - se-ore was eflose in all frames rith th ' Irongh rns having a slight edge- in the first three ful 's anel A a- e- I - - - s '- 1 ' - , . I 3 . -. . 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'I ,v.rV...V.,Y..7,.V.e.V........r..te..t4. 75 I6 .' f " I,,i,,,ev,e.,Ie............,..w,..,w,,,, 60 51 Ye If f' ' ....w,e.,eew,.e,.. .,,,,,..,,.,.Yr 5 I 50 If 'Q I,,,IIIIYi..e....,....,I..w.,,,.,..,,, 73 I0 Ain 'onda Ilentral ,,... ,,.I.,.I,.., . 2.70 51 JUNIOR HIGH TOP PICTURE Cleft io right! Back row: Joe Svoboda. Dale Fish- er, Gene McKeever, Leroy Briese. Bob Bramlette. Lee Doney. Bob Wood. Douglas Towner Front row: Wilbur Davies. Jack Davison. Denny Vermillion. Bill Allen, Charles Lenington. Sam Ragland. Kenny Willson, Coach Jim Hoffman INTERMEDIATE BOTTOM PICTURE Ileft to righil Back row: Anthony Warren. Gary Homme. Russell Cameron. Ray- mond Cameron. Jack Bartlett. Larry Vielleux, Larry Willett Second row: Austin Allison. Arthur Culbertson. Michael Hartwell. Robert Warren, Walter Lening- ton, Frank Lopeman, Jerome Nagengast Front row: Melvin Breault, Gordon Watson. Lyle Glascock. Gale Lenington. Mark Paul. Charles Carver. Bruce Bramlette Coach: Ed Thomas JUNIOR HIGH B SECOND PICTURE Ilef! io rightl Back row: Gary Carver. Don Lun- dy. Kim Rettig. Kim Adamson. Leslie Stashi Front row: James Renville, Donald Frieling. Bob Lyle. James Pugh. Howard Brinkman. Coach Hoff- man ' w :E 4 19 W' EZ! 1 Q ' Af' 2215, If-....., ,I Hi 1 YJ .W A D fb-" lf 2 5 lf ju, , r I !QN 'ix 4 'F as 3 . QE E W if 'N 1 5 .xg E ' 'R Mg Z Beecher picks up a hot grounder in an indoor workout .... Farrell fires in that high, hard one .... Morrison scoops one out of the dirt??'? .... King traps a fly ball. Fultz is ready to level off on the horsehide. Longhorns were runnersup in this baseball district last year. After winning the eastern division, they lost to Fairfield in a playoff game. This year an unusually late spring has hampered baseball activity. A May lst game with Great Falls Central was cancelled due to rain. Since the Class C schools in this area wanted to form their own leagues, the three B teams interested in baseball-Great Falls Central, Fairfield, and Fort Benton-met in a playoff series at the Great Falls American Legion field on May 11th. The winner of this series met the Class C winner for the district championship and the trophy awarded by the Montana High School Association. BASEBALLB GROUP PICTURE Row one: Jim Fultz, Ronald Farrell, Stan Frieling, Bill Rowe, Jim Svoboda Rowe two: Don Beecher, Merrill King, Bob Morrison, Maurice Embleton, Bob Smith Row three: Donald Patterson, Omar Swett, Sam MacKenzie, Harold Walker, Glen Flatt x W X. i'U Q Longhorns took second place in the annual northern conference track and field meet at Cut Bank May 5 with 22 points. The host Wolves won the championship trophy with 31 points. Other team scoring: Choteau 11. Fair- field 10, Conrad 7, Great Falls Central 7, Shelhy 6, Chinook 4. Embleton set a new conference record in the 100 yard dash at 10.7, Smith at 56.7 in the 440. Maurice Emhleton took firsts in 100 and 220, second in broad jump, third in high jump, Floyd Smith was first in 440, and Bob Morrison second in javelin for the Longhorn points. Howard Taylor and Jim Vinion also com- peted. Smith, Embleton and Morrison were entered in the state track meet at Missoula May 18 and 19. .Pl g ' . aw - L' - affix i 4 'C Jlr Mo goes over the hurdles .... Jim, Mo and Floyd get ready for the gun .... practice laps are the order of the day. I K TRA CK ll! I Row one: Howard Taylor, James Vinion, Jim Fultz Row two: Maurice Embleton, Bob Morrison, Floyd Smith, Jerry Pugh . , H L 1 AA x I xxx X X X t l v a vu 1 as ff? f I'IIvu.' wm- Iwlvzl f2lI'X't'Y, lie-vcwly .IUIIHFUI1 x'1r'1- f3l'i'rlfil'!.I. 13+-1'::z1'ig:1v Ugzlxvu Shzrlvy I'4I'iL'!1!lJ. Kllxrru Ii Shan' frm RILiI'!'i-'HIL p3II'1Ci8 Nags-ngasl Iimx fum, Ijimzw Hri:.1-cmurz, Lillizm I.uclw1Q. 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FIRST SEMESTER HONOR ROLL A grade pomt average of 2 00 mdlcate a B whlle a 3 00 mdlcates an A average A good ratlng ln cltlzenshlp IS requlred to earn a place on the honor roll SENIORS SOPHOTVIURES Ronald Farlell 'Vlerrlll Kmg Bob MOIYISOD Joan Relchelt Opal Sykes Ray Wadsworth JUNIORS Mary Lee Adams Earl Batchelor Nlna Knight Della Let? Maxme McKeever Jeanne Patterson James Svoboda 225 243 200 9 280 260 200 300 Evon Andel son Blllea Carver Bertha Gomoll Helen Jacobsen Lllllan Ludwlg Donald E Olson Anne Stranahan Barbara Lemngton FRESHMEN Myrna Flsh Shlrley Homme Edward Mldlestadt Patty Nagengast Wendy Norton Donald Patterson Rlta Paul Vlalv Stevenson 250 00 00 50 225 00 275 225 00 00 275 00 250 223 HONOR DIPLOMAS The hxohest thlrd ofthe semors scholastxcally whose c1t1zen lllp ha been atlsfactoly are awarded honor dlplomas at graduatlon CXCICISCS In order of chola tlc rank the e yy ere awarded to Ronald Farrell ,loan Relchelt Ray Wadsworth Leonard Semenza Robert Vlorrlson Beryl Ruckel 'Vlelrlll Klng Opal Sykes James Fultz Cornelxu Bogner Donald Plmpexton JS HEISEY AWARDS The faculty selects outstandmg students by four latlngs throughout the year These ale based on scholarship, cltlzenshlp character, school serylce effort. leadelshlp and unproyement One award 1s made f01 CVCIX twenty students enrolled ln school Students selected lhlS year we1e Joan Relchelt, Della Letz, Floyd Snuth, James Syoboda XIHIIYICC Embleton Nlelull Krug Maxlne WlcKeeve1, Jeanne Patterson y . . 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' '---'----- - , Wfffffffffffzl 1 x Acknowledgments May 22 1991 DEAR READERS Th1s year, as IH the paet yeals, the benlors of Fort Benton Hlgh School have strlved to edlt an annual that Wlll not only be memorable 1n the years to come but YNl'llCll w1ll be looked upon as one s1gn1f1ca11t of succebs and attalnment Through the llfltlllllg efforts and gl1lddIlLC of M1 Johnstone, to whom I extend, Wltll due lewpect my e11dle Q gratltude 1nd thanks to gethel Vkltll the g1ateful ab mance of my annual ataff the Rlver Presb, the eponsole and the etudent body the plllJllLZ1tl0Il of the l95I Ploneer waa n1ade po Elble Ab much as I would llke to mclude the names of the class as a whole 1n extended thanks fOl thelr 1nd1v1dual help I shall mitead take the aIternat1ve and commend the chanman of each commlttee for wlthout the cooperatlon of these VdI'lOllS people thlb 1nnual would not haxe been achlewed My thanke to Del Swerdfeger, fot the well WIIIICII and eomposed Hfllfllp to Bexerlee lVIo1r1, for the Cllpfjlll dll Work and layout 1uo111pl1Nh111e11t to Eall I3la11th1rd who took 1nd dc vcloped 1 count le Illlflllltl of puture th1t 11: Vlllllll tlnx hook mclude d to Frmtee llilll I'111ell lllil ll If ur lNlIl new 1e11 nc efforts IH o o c 1 o 1lw 1w more th 111 Wllllllg to extend lll help llld knowledge Nll9Il1Xfl 1t w 1 111 cded I hope we hast 1tt llllfill out goal 111 pre Fllllllg to von 1 eynop ls of tht chool sea1 of 30 UI 111d a xealhook whuh sou w1ll tholoughlx enjox X GTX lllC8I'ClX YOUI' OPAL SYIXEQ Ed1to1 . i . - - F' , I w , 7 . I ' I 1 V lf. . . I ' " ' 1' ', H' 5. ' ' ' z J, - , v. .4 I -5.-. A r A L v K 7 . w 1 1-1 1 iv 7 . 5 I 3 1 . 1 se' . . S Q . . . . 7 7 . M I , I . .. . Q . ' S: , . 'S A . . . , 2 'T 1 sg ' ' ' ' a . ' ' a 1 1 1 2 - ss 1' 'r 5 z 1" " ' " 'Z z '. Reichelt and her co111111iltee, for the many Sales which they achievedg to Roz iz" a l'sa l'ft':' g " 1 for tl "t"1less - :pa d last. but IIOI least. to our advis r. Mr. ,Iohnst Il 1. vl1 was z 'z fs ' 2 'A ' Y 'S z ' ' ' ' 1 ' 1 ' ' '1 s -, . ' . '-1 1' ' A ' E, ' I 1 I ' S' ' ' s, Ferrl Kllllon Implement SPONSORS Bu me firm in thi area haw alwa Th y uppoitedthe local chool Tl e l0llONSlllg film puimha d in dc ein WUUI patronage e ld on the basketball thedule and program ml h better annual through more adequate f ie oit Benton merchants ponsored ional and state tourney games in which the Lon h opportunity of Q xple ing ou g oins participated We take this I appleclatlon and Hardware LQ' Farmer Elevitor and Trading Co Morger Realty and Insurance Co Font Benton Locker and Market Chouteau County Abstract Co Missouri River lumber Co Fay Adams Implement Co Pepper Pot Bai and Cafe F011 Benton D 1 ug Store Holm Insurance Agency Beecher s Radio Service Central Serv ice Statlon Montana Trading Post Benton Equipment Co Benton Funeral Home Bvbee Machinery Co Coast to Coast Store G C Schmidt Co Upp s Food Market General Mill Inc Pioneer Mercantile Rudvs Shoe Shop Ragland Grocery Benton Hardware Benton .lewelry Barnes Jewelry J. G. Barnum Power Motors Gamble Store Bernieis Cafe Clark-Hilton Village Inn Bexall Store River Press Snack Bar Pioneer Insurance Agency Benton Flying Service Montana Elevator Co Chouteau Counts Bank Fort Benton Motor Co Riverside Ballmer Shop Benton Dry Cleaners Montana Power Co Price Rite Grocery Palace Barber Shop Gieely Elevator Co Roy s Flectrit Shop Mldlestadt Pontiac Dr. P. J. Sweeney Loma Mercantile Riverside Dairy Capitol Theater Chet and Tesch Overland Bar Duval Wallace E and N Bar Jeff! Tavern W'oodward's Joseph Gray Dodeis Cafe Palace Bar Sturroclis ss":-i "ss " 'a s' . " ' B' " s as T " ' sf s' ' sa 4 tus made po iblea ' ' inances. At tournament tin F - ' Q s lnoadta ts of lxoth divis' ' g ' ' ' - 5 ' ' ' f - , V' 1 - SS' . , - ff ' . ... 14.0-,-44 SATXT 41-P1-. . . V ,Q ' . , . F i . ' . 1 " ' - . . ,Q . . p I y' ' S 1 v , . l ' g ' ' 1 . ' . i . . . ., ' ' V s. ' ' S, . ' lx , 'v 'X Sb ii I ' i ..


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