Fort Peck High School - Dinosaur Yearbook (Fort Peck, MT)
- Class of 1938
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FORT PBCK BOOSTER
ENGLISH III CLASS
FORT PECK SCHOOL
FORT PECK, MONTANA
RAE .TMNNE BERUBE
PATRI CI A CO REY
ALI CE DETIENNE
MARGUERITE GI CI-IARD
DARWIN HARBI CHT
J' OHN HUEYTTER
IN REMEMBERANCE OF MANY HAPPY HOURS SPENT WITH THU
IN OUR SCHOOL
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FDRT PECK SCHOOL FACULTY
First Row, Left to Right: Mro Fjerstad, Mrp Banfield, Miss
Donlan, Miss Mountjoy, Miss Leyson, Mrsg Janes, Miss Ogdeno
Second Row, Left to Right: Miss Floren, Miss Reymer. Mrso
Haughey, Miss Hackney, Miss Nail, Miss Woodward,Miss Thorson
Mies Leyeon--First grade, Mrsu Heughey--Fourth gradeo
Miss Mountjoyu-First gradeq Mren Janesu-Fifth gradeo
Mies Thorson--Second gradeo Miss Floren--Sixth graden
Miss Ogden--Third gredeu
Mr. Loyd Oo Fjerstad -- i1934ml938 at Fort Peckj
Superintendent of Fort Peek Schooln
Graduated from University of Minnesotaq
Miss Elizabeth To Reymer -Q C1937-1938 at Fort Peckl
Senior Class Advisors
American History, French, Shorthand, and Typingo
Graduated from College of Ste Teresa, Ninona,
Mr. T. Clyde Banfield -- 11955-19382
Junior Claes Advisor and Coacho
Solid Geometry, Chemistry, Biologyo General Sci-
ence, and Physioeo
Graduated from University of Montana, Missoula,
Miss Lois Mo Hackney -- K1935-19581
Sophomore Class Advisor.' '
English 9, 10, ll, 12, Glee Clubs, and Orchestre,
Graduated from' Northwestern University, Evan-
Misa Dorothy I. Woodward -- C1955-19581
Freshman Class Advisors
English 9, Social Studies 9, 7th and Sth Grade
Arithmetic, World History, and Girls' Physical Edo
Graduated from Montana State College, Bozeman,Montu
Miss Grace M. Donlan -- C1934-19381
Eighth Grade Adviaoro
Algebra, Plane Geometry, and 7th and Sth grade
Graduated from University of Montana, Missoula,
Miss Catherine 00 Nail -- 41954-19381
Seventh Grade Advisor.
Social Studies, English, Art, Literature in 7th and
8th Grade, 1
Graduated from University of California, Berkeley
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Vice Presidente-aOrlan Van Llstine
Clase Flower Clase Colors
Rose Blue and White
'Tonight we launchg where do we anchor?'
'GishyW Gichardo the class president,
Dabbled in practically every event--
Banquete, proms, operettas-7-,ge.l,ore,,
Com encement speech is just one moreo
MARGUERITE WGISHYW GIGHARD
Freshman Class Presidentg Speakerg Oo
perettag Soccer Gaptaing Chairman of
Student Body, 9550
Operettag Class Play V35
President of Home room, '37
Class Presidentg Claes Reportergbredge
Commencement Speakerg Banquet Speaker,
Four big schools in four long years,
Now Lanny the end of his high school
Commencement speaker of Fort Peck Hi,
How he'l1 be missed! He's one swell
ORLAN VIN ALSTINE
Baekethellg Science Cluba Vice Presb
Commencement Speaker, '58o
Thomas Brubaker, a Pittsburg boy,
Came this year and brought to us joy,
Acting is his main side-line,
Which with his work he does combine.
Dramatic Club, '55 .
Science Clubg Christmas Pagentg Play:
Little James Daly, the football star,
Takes his training with chin to the bar,
Hgfg 5 mean haritonegan actor supreme,
He's headed for fame to us it would seem
Glas Clubg Science Clubg Play, '35.
Footballg Glee Clubg Plsyg Operetta, '37
Siseorbelle Farmer, a man of sort,
Has no rival in any sportg
All state man in basketball,
Just one of our boys with a southern drawl.
Basketballg Trackg Tennis, '34.
Basketballg Trackg Fbvtballiill Stat! Cen'
terg Set Northern Division Track Records,
Footballg Basketballg Track, '56-
All State Center Basketballg Track, '57.
Assistant coach for track and Basketball,
Gerald Fremson, the red-headed Swede,
Soberest msn in the school indeed,
Three years of glee club, three years
One year of football,--gosh, what de-
sand, Glee Club, '55.
Bsndg Glee Club, '36.
Bands Footballg Glee Club, 'sm
Gladys Flaten is the senior blond
Of whom we all are very fond,
Silence is her golden charm,
frotection from all verbal harm.
Class Plays Pagent Ot Seasons, '37
Johnny Harris the next on our list
Came to us in the midst of s mist.
Football, clubs, and various plays
Formed the jest of his high school days.
Football, Glass Play, '37.
Footbslli Play, 'Z-B.
Edward Hueth, the shorthand man,
The century dash he quickly ren.
Three years of track, captain once,
Now no longer given to Stunts.
Football, Track Olhllllg 'SBI
lauize Uxxxor was Kansas brvd.
She cones to Burt Puck with hair of
She pilyed some hockey for Washburn
And n u ehe's here to say good-bfi.
' ,HANITA MILLRR
Glen Clubg Oporetta, '35.
Qleo Clubg Oporotte, '56.
Marion R0bb1l18 or xnvauiu
Competeddin epeakihs A86 made cherry
An excellent student :ith very kind
You can count on hor alwsyl to do hir
Declamation Content, Gloq Glue, '35.
Tap dancing, Band, 036,
Tap dancing: Bslkctbullz Blnd. C1855
Science Club, 'QB.
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Little Sammy Sampson come wield your pen,
The high-jump's over, and you're first again,
You're a senior now, but soon you'll skip,
Now, little Sammy, you've a world to whip.
Baeketballg Track, '55
Glass President, Track, '56
Trackg science Clubg Dredgeg Glee Clubg
State Manager: Operettag Christmas Pagent,
Executive Jim, the radio star,
was born to be a classroom Czar.
was in a little track in his younger 5820
And now he has a new track to blaze.
Trackg President of Homeroomg Clase Vice
President: Secretary, Trees. of President
Councilg Chief movie operator, '55.
Orchestre: Class Play, '36.
Pres. of Homeroomg Sargent of Arms of
School Patrolg Chief operator, Band, '57.
Vice President of Science Club, '38.
Be it remembered that we, the Senior Class of Fort Peck
High School, of the State of Montana,be1ng of sound mind and
memory, do make this our last will and testament, hereby re-
voking all former wills by our class at any time heretofore
We hereby bequeath the following:
To the Freshman Class we will our fame for keeping our
desks clean and general good housekeeping.
To the irrepressablc Sophomore Class we will our stately
Senior dignity, thus giving them a year to prepare for it.
To the Junior Class we leave Miss Reymer and our studious
attitude toward our school work.
1. Marguerite Gichard wills her band of gumrchewing sheep
to Bob Harrison and her knuoledge of Problems to Nancy
2. Jim Wakefield leaves his ability to talk, to Stanley
Benson and his knowledge of leading a Science Club to
5. Jim Daly leaves his right to play basketball to Conrad
Storkel and his collection of locks of hair to Jim Lessley.
4. Wanita Miller leaves her solid geometry to Mary Wright
and her red hair to Bill EcKsever.
5. Ralph ?armer leaves a uorn out suit of clothes to Alice
DeTienne, and his ability to play guitar to Phyllis Storkel.
6. Gerald Frnnson leaves his enormous crop of freckles to
Velma Weeras and his ability to be handy man for the class
to Harry Hogere.
7. Marion Robbins sille her fourth period study hall
teaching to Dona Hively and her advanced algebra book to
Evelyn Rei erse
8. Orlan Van Alsttne Willa his love of food to Ulllll
Harbicht and his love for English to Ray Goebel.
9. Gladys ylaten leaves her Problems book for Dorothy
Chorpening and her desk full of waste paper to lawrence
10. Tom Brubaker bequeathe his seltoappointed holidays to
Myrtle Flaten and a pair et old oxforde, size 12, to Rue
ll. Edward Hueth leaves behind nie violent bluahee for
Edith Norman and his ability to swim to Robert leo.
12. Sammy Snmpnon ville hge height to Grace Nonne and his
hypnotizing machine so Mro Benfieldu
15. John Harrie bequeath: his love of debate to Bob Larson
and his tendency toward prompt attendance to IBITDDOB
In testim ny whereof we hereunto set our hand and in the
presence at the Junior Claes and the faculty declare this to
be our last will, this sixth day of May in the year one
thousand nine nzmdrod and thirty-eight.
Recreation Hall B P. Mo
may 25, 1938
Proceseionalvwmcwfwvwswn-wmwwwwom-Q -------- U-------Orchestra
'Pbmp and Gircumstence' by Elgar
'River Transportation in the United States' ---------- ------A
Orlan Van Llstine
'Old Fort P6QkmQ'vvf'w'v0'wv'- ----- Q--- Q--Marguerite ciensrq
'I love Lifow kann Zuccaw -v-- a-Q QUQQ- -Q o----- Q--Girls' Octet
Address---fswsQ-W-Qwnss--onewwfwsew-sum-Major Clark Kittrell
Introduction of Seniors-w-Q---Q-Q--Q------Mr. L. 0.Fjsrgtad
u Superintendent ot Schools
Presentation of Diplomas-foams,--ww-so-Captain J. J. Murphy
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Vice-Prese--'-Stanley Ben son
Sec. and Treaeo-Q--Nancy Hardin
lst row 1. to r. Blanche Sauber, Alice De'l'ienne,, Darwin
Harblcht, Marjory Armetrongg Harry Rogers, Grace Noruxe, Ray
G0ebel, Edith Norman, Elwood Torgrlmson, Dorothy Chorpening
Lawrence Mccerty, Nancy Hardin, Meredith Gear.
Znd. row l.. to To ltr. Banfield, Stanley Benson, Robert Lee,
Dona Hlvely, .Terry Brick, Helen Herboldg Homer Renonhyllis
Storkel, Robert Trudo, Louise Kelien, Evelyn Reimers. mrrtie
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5rd row l. to r. Connie Storkel, .Timmy Less1ey,B1ll Mekeever
Bob Larson, Herbert Elfring, Stanford Hall, Mary Wright
Lawrence Proteau, Velma Weeres, Waneta Long, Bob Kerrisono
Those not in gictureq Violet Kingston, Betty Ann Pcaulton,
Lucille Fetzer, Lille Wixomo Helen Sittono Levine Schwartz,
Rae Jeanne Berube, Allcemarlon Cllffordo
Tho Juniew iraapgfm 2-iam? l?H?'1iZ183? as highschool stu-
dents in 19555, fmwf pupils wmlled as treshmlno
They were QMU' Sam fgzgxwmgazs with 555,155 Wnodward and
lllas Hackney' !?35B8xE?l1f!?i3p
In 1936,, xmcefes wizvse gwfvfsei a sui'fiasiss.': oapsaity for
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ot Mm Baxxfiev,'i 'fxiiii ,imimxlf and Siem-2532 mars had not
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following fa3.l95swsif ggffmafmi ur1d22x'cx3msea:,m1. mth the edd-
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Pre sldent---Lol e Newbury
Vice-Pres,---Mary Jo Sparks
Sec, and Trees,---Frances Roney
lat row, 1. to r., Emil Bhresmen,LeYerne Croseen,Nency Boyeun
Roy Temple, Lois Neebury, June Dawkins, Betty Wells, Ernest
Eeoeeage, Frances Honey, Don Roehl, Virginia McKenzie, Edwin
Presler, Dolores Schloeeerg
Bnd row 1, to ro Cletue Beatty, Clifford Eide, Chester Ride
Anne Schmitt., Lorraine Brick, Laurebell Robertson, Meredith
Hsaelden, Mary .To Sparks, Clare Sohmittmolores Coryell,Dele
Gaz-yell, Shirley McKenzie, Miss Haokney,
Std ree 1. to ro LeRoy Duneter, Robert Brubaker, Roger Hart,
Howard Bowers, llarjory Booth, Winton Zimmerman, Mary Deroe ,
Rey Johnson, Bud Geer, Russell Famer, Eileen Oriner, John
4th row 1, to r., Bill A'bkineon,Io1m Huetter,Bob .Tung,0eorge
Larson, Jack Mackie.
Those not in picture Pearl Franson, Mary Alice Peterson,
Mabel Ruston, Caroline Stensliemergie Wilcum, Alice Goodman,
Betty Spooner, Robert Torgerson, Ghelmer wi therbee Keeye
Carpenter, Lester Deroe, Weasley 0'Gon.nor.,
SOFHDMURE GLASS HISTORY
In September, 1956, sxxtyefour freshmen were enrolled in
the lore Peek Sehoolo They were divided alphabetically into
two groups with Misa Haekney and Mine Woodward es home-room
Thirty-tive or the original stxtymtour freshmen entered ll
sophomores in the fall of 1939, along with 18 from other
schools, During the yea: two more joined the renke making e
total of 550 Kanye Carpenter, Lester De!be,Weseley 0'Connor
Mabel Rueteng Caroline Stenslie,end Chelm r Witherbee, Iithn
drew before the and or the school yearn
The Sophomore Clase point with pride to the feet that tio
of their members, John Huottesg end Roy Temple, have been on
the school eafeiy patrol ever since the Fort Peck School Ian
organized in 19540
The word 'eophomorew As a combination ot the Greek word!
'sophose' meaning wise? and Wmoreeg' meaning foolishe This
signifies that sophomores emgoosedly are not able to U80
wisely what they xncwo Bee the pitfalls of the hazardous
sophomore year have been safely passed, and the Sophomore
Gleee, now on the verge of becoming juniors, leave thi!
mslediction to he fmlfiilod by the sophomore class ot some
President---Petri oi ex Corey
Seo. and 'Presse---,Buddy Wright
lst row 1. to rs Wennie Rytter, Harold Shannon, Betty
Richardson, Ned Temple, Christine Cxrowley, Dale Pewloski,
Gene Wooldridge, Eugene Gllstrspg Patricia Corey, Francie
Brooks, Alberta Nelson, Ed Richerd:sw,. Shirley Cerro
and row lo to r. Miss Woodward, ,wick Ingram, Kenneth
Torgrimson, Nole Ellinger, Carol flake, Hazel Rogers, Buddy
Wright, Clarence Neufeld, Irene Berkley, Marvin McCloskey,
Charles Balcom, Myra Dunno
5rd row l. to rs Bob Harris, Elwood Chapman, Eileen
Galloway, Adeline Nelson, Louise Rogers, Nancy Buntin,
Margaret Morgan, Mildred Larson, no Cook, Mary Williams,
Ancel Dunn, Vernon Ellinger, John Gears
4th row la to rf, Bobby Kingston, Ed Harrington, Roger
Crossen., B111 Watters, Bruce Ingalls, Elizabeth Sturm,
Bernice Long, Alvin Hueth, Garvin Ullman, Everett Watterso
Those not in ioture. Doris Smith, Rudy Gilberteon, Harold
Hare nd, Jim Koontz, Leonard McKay, Charles lkenahan,Derrell
FRESHMAN CLASS HISNR!
On September Q,,l93'f,50 freshmen trooped into Room Niue for
their first meeting ea e class. Since that time four etue
dents, Irene Berkley, Eluoodchepmn, Marvin llovloelcey, end
Elizabeth Stmnf, have joined, but four memhere, Cherlee
Ihnahanmorie Smith, Jameaflountj, and Rudy Oilberteon, have
dropped., The total enrollment during the year ne 54.
Clase officers and reporters were elected. In the spring,
e 'Bow and Tie Association' was formed for the betterment of
Some of the freshmen have drunk deeply from the cup of
knowledge em le others have merely tipped the oupo Potenttel
singers, artists, poets, end track stare have given only e
suggestion of what may be expected of them during the next
' Claes Officers
Sec. and Treaeo---Eugene Allison
lst row l. ,to ra Miss Donlan, Lillian Bowden, Sammy Sampson
Ramona Aaby. Cecil Hotfg Dolores Frybergerg Albert Beardsley
Maxine Miller, John Hohem, Geraldine Dawkins, Dick McCord.
2nd row le to ro Jimmy Naughtonp Bernice Malcolm, Charles
Crottg Betty White, Jerry McCann,Ela1ne Sklb1cki,JlQ Huettsr
Pets! Parke, George Gillis, Virginia Ingram, .Timm Spooner
Yard row lo to r., Loyod Franson, Bobby Buchanan, Raymond
Roscoe, Eugene Allison, Barbara Flood, Roberts Harbicht,Lois
Campbell, Naomi Miller, Hazel Gandrud, Harlan Scott.,
Those not in BIGCUTBQ Laila Armstrong, James Holcomb, Glen
wheatleyg Marybeth Goebel, Zoe Sltton.,
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let row lo to To Betty Jung, Charles Stevenson, Corrin
McCann, Gordon Metz, Clarissa Glutter9Richard Cook,Ghar1otto
Barkley, Bobby Carlson, Madge Anderson, Wallace Misfeldt,
2nd row lo to To Misa Nailg Robert Dunn. Norman Davidson,
Harold Hansen, Bobby Nelsonw Harold McClure,Glifton McKenzie
Dudley Hedge, Patrieia 09HBndleyv Billy McMillan, Lawrence
Taylor. Gilbert Noonan Shirley Jungc
5rd row lo to ro Bob Jenseng Patricia Jensen, Marie
vawlowski. Merle Campbellg Evelyn Millsr,Betty Lee Armstrong
Margery Anderson, Bernice Anderson, Irene Croft, Mildred
Richmond, Melba Vinoento Ernest Grant, Kenneth Nelson,George
Those not in gicturao To So Bryant, B111 Gullwell, Mayne
Schlosser. Marial Saubero
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PRESIDENT--Mary Je Sparks
VICE PRESIDENT--Rae Sssnne Bsruhe
The Pep Club, sponsored by Miss Reymsr, was organized in
the fall of '37 to promote school spiritv The members sold
candy at basketball games and sponsored a movie at the Fort
Peck Theater, thereby raising encsgh money to buy uniforms.
The girls gave several assemblies before games using very
effective ways to boast the interest in these coming battles
This has been an organization that the Fort Peck School can
well be proud of.
First Row, Left to Right: Lauraoell Robertson, Frances Home
sy, and Rae Jeanne Berube.
Second Row, Left to Right: Irene Barkley? Mary Jo Sparksg
Grace Nouns, Blanche Ssuher, Edish Norman, Aliso DsTienne,
Third Row, left to Right: Meredith Gear, olores Fryberger,
Nancy Buntin, Marjorie Booth, Nancy Hardin, Dorothy Chorpen-
Fourth How, Left to Right: Hazel Gsndrud, Mary DeFoe,E11een
Galloway, Marjory Armstrong, Lillian Eawdan, Alberta Nelson,
Lhry Williams, and-Phyllis Storkeiv
Those not in picture: Mhbel Rustsng Dolores Schlosser, and
SC IENCE CLUB
PRES IDENT--Dariin Harb i chi
VICE PRES IDENT--.T 811165 Wake field
SECR ETARY-TREASURER--Nancy Hard in
First Row, Left to Right: Edith Norman, Marian Robbins,
Eileen Galloway, Evelyn Reimers, Dorothy Ghorpening, Nancy,
Hardin, tvlarjory Armstrong, Mary Wright, Nancy Buntin,and Mr.,
Second Row, left to Right: Sammy Sampson, Conrad Storkel,
James Wakefield, Bill McKeever, Darwin Harbicht, Robert Bro-
baksr, Harry Rogers, Roger Hart, and Marvin McCloskey.
Those members not in the picture: Buddy Wright, Alicemarian
Clifford, Ton Brubaker, Bob Harrison, Keayr,Cerpenter, .Timm
Daly, Howard Bowers, Stanford Hall, LeRoy D1mster,Don Roehl,
and Wanita Miller, K
The Science Club, sponsored by Nr. Benfield, was organized
at the beginning of this school year to unite those interest-
ed in all forms of science. The meetings were held the first
and third Mondays of every months Experiments were conducted
and topics of mutual interest to the members were discussed.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
LIBRARIAN--Rae Jeanne Berube
The Girls' Glee Club, directed by Miss Hackney, has been
one of the most active organizations in the school. The
girls presented one assembly, participated in many others,
and took an important part in the Christmas program. A group
from. the Girls' and Boys' Glee Clubs sang a selection from
nayunls 1Creation' at the Community Church. The girls raised
enough money by selling homeemade candy to the students dur-
ing noon hour to buy their costu es for the operetta, 'Rum-
pelstiltskin', which was presented in collaboration with the
Boys' Glec Club and a group from the primary department in
the spring, A group from the Glee Club sang at the Com enoe-
ment exercises. Three menbers, Dorothy Chorpening, Meredith
Gear, and nancy Hardin, have been in the Glee Club since the
high scnool was established and the Glee Club organized in
the fall of '35s
lst Row Cla to r.D: Miss Hackney, Nancy Hardin, Marjorie
Armstrong, Alice De Tlenne, Nancy Boyeen, Christine Crowley,
Gene Wooldridge, Edith Norman, Blanche Sauber, Dorothy Chor-
pening, and Shirley Cerro
End How Klo to ral: Nwra Dunn, Irene Barkley, Nancy Bun-
tin, Lois Newbury, Wearl Franson, Viola Gagnon, Mary Wright,
Evelyn Reimers, Phyllis Storkel, and Louise Rogers.
Grd Row ilu to rola Margaret Morgan, Eileen Galloway, Adem
line Nelson, Mary Williams, nary De Foe, Marjory Booth, lou-
ise Kalien, Meredith Gear, and Mary Alice Peterson.
Those menbere who are not in the picture: Rae Jeanne Ber-
ube, Frances Honey, Dolores Schlosser, and Mary Jo Sparks.
First Row, Left to Right: Jimmy leseley, Robert Trudo,l-iarry
Rogers, Stanley Benson? Elwood Torgrimeon, James Wakefield,
and Misa Hackney:
Second Rows Left to Rightz Roy Temples Francis Brook , Ned
Temple, Charles Balcom? Sammy Sampeon, Bob Harrison, .Tack
Mackie, and Buddy Wrighto
Third Row, Left to Mgmt.: Anoel Dunn, Russ Farmer, Howard
Bowers, La Verne Grossen, Conrad Stcrkelg John Huetter, and
Those no in picture: Bill McKeever.
The Boys' Glee Club, under Mies Hackney'e direction, has
taken part in nanny of the activities of the school, The boys
participated in e number of' aseemlies and presented one
themaelvesg They took an important part in the Christmas
program and e group from the Boys' G-lee Club, with a group
from the Girls', eeng e selection. from I-1aydn's 'Creation' in
the Community Chureho The Boysf' and Girls' Glee Clubs with
the assistance of a group from the primary department gave
the operettu "Humpeletit1skin" in the apringa Four memberl,
Stanley Benson, Bob Harrison, Jimmy Leesley, and Jack Mackie
have been in the Glee Club since the high school was estab-
lished and the Glee Club organized in the fall of 'Z55.
he school uraneatra, under the dzrectisn of pies Hackney,
during this their first yehrk have made themselvas an active
part of the achmoig They performed at the Ghrietmaa program
and several assemblies? and played the professional at Comf
msnceuentg Regular reheazsais wera as Qxght ovsloeki Monday,
Tuesday, and Wednesday mornxngao
Jack Mackieawilarinet Bwelym Reimerngm?ienQ
Elwood Ttrgrimsomw1Guitar Gharlss Bnlcnmwwviolin
Ray GG8bGlwwDTVE5 John EunamQmVioi1n
Margaret AnrgawwwF1uto lmim NQwQuryOQVi0lin
First Row, La?t QQ Right: Keck Mackie, Elwcod Icrgrimson,Ray
Goebel? Margaret LGTQSH5 Evelyn Reimersf
Second Haw, Left tu Right: Miss Haakmay, Quarles EaAcwm,Iohn
Hohamg and luis Newburyo
A Musical Play by Alfred Scott-Getty
Directed by Mies Lois Hackney
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Sophieem wm---- ---- Q1 ---o new--we-me ev- -n------ Q-Nancy Hardin
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Janettea-n------- ---- ----wwmn Q m---- vm- ----- B -f-n Mary Wright
Prince Co1in-M- ---v-- Q ------w mm---f-- 'b---- 'Janet Fjorstad
Marjorie Armstrong, Hee Jeanne Berube, Dorothy Ghorpening,
Alice De'I'ienne, Viola Gegen, Meredith Gear, Lois Newbury,
Edith Norman, louise Rogers, Francis Roney, Francie Brooks,
Ansel Dunn, lawrence McCarty, harry Rogers, Roy Temple, Jim
Wakefield, Buddy Wright,Irene Barclay, Marjorie Booth, Nancy
Boysun, Nancy Buntin, Shirley Carr, Christine Crowley, Myra
Dunn, Pearl Franson, Eileen Galloway, louise haliengmargaret
Morgan, alberta Nelson, Adeline Nelson, Evelyn Reimers,
Blanche Sauber, wary iilliams, Gene Wooldridge, nary De Foe,
Charles Balcom, Howard Bowers, Russel Farmer, John Huetter,
Ji my Lessley, Bill McKeever, Elwood Torgrimson, Robert
Trudo, Mary Alice Peterson, Diane Allen, Peggy Jeen Misfeldo
Joyce Smith, Donna Sparks, Barbara Spingler, Beverley Wolf,
Ronald Jorpani, Martin Kuebler, Neil Lynll, Jerry Snell,
Robert Walker, Leroy Zuokg
Gulmianting the most successful season the Blue Waves have
yet experience, the Fort Peck hoopsters captured the fourth
place pennant at the District Three tournament in Glasgow in
which ten teams perticipstedo
Let by the shsrpshooting three-year veteran,JMnmy Leeeley,
end eperkplugged by "Little Red' Benson, the dem site cagers
were rapidly whipped into shape by Coach Banfisid es they
nent on to win s majority of their games.
The games and their results:
Fort Peck here
' 1? there
W 15 here
W 5 there
H 55 here
N 16 there
W 5 here
' 24 there
' E3 there
W 27 here
' 24 here
' 35 here
W 23 there
' 26 there
W 25 here
W 19 here
Fort Peck 34
' ' 21
Frszerev ---- 14
Neehueee ---- ll
Glasgow ----- 24
Peerless w--- 21
Hinsdale ---- 16
Frazerev ---- 17
Nashua-Q ---- 44
Frazer ------ 51
Upheim-Q '--- 24
Front How Left to Rights Gsach Clyde Banfieldg Stanley Ben-
song Harry Rogersg Jum Lessley, S way eempson,
Back Row Left to Rights Ruse Farmers dnb Harrie, sncel Dunn,
Jack Mackie, Laverne Crcseen, Canned Storkle, Howard Bower.
100 Yard Dash: Shot Eutz
Lessley and Rcgere Legals?
220 Yard Deen: High Jump:
Rogere and Proteau Sampson
440 Yard Dash: Pole Vault:
B80 Yard Deen: ESQ Haley:
Jensen Farmer, Grossen,
Mile rung Harris, Rogers
Mackie Breed Jump?
The first track meet in this district use held st Fort
Peck in l95SC This was an invitstinnal meet in which Frszeq
Hinsdale, sud fort Peck participated: Fart Peck won.In 1957
Fort Peck again sponsored the meeto Nsehues Frazer, and Fort
Peck psrnicipatedo Nashua wen cy s narrow merging Lessley
was unable to participate in this meet because of heart
troubleo This year Nashua sponsored the meet which was held
at Nashua on their new cinder trecko five schools were en-
tered: Nashua, Fort Peckg Frazer, Richiends and sacoc Fort
Peck was second with seven out of the twelve firsts,Sammy
Sampson, Lessley, Benson, Mackie, ami. Farmer are two year
mano Sampson and Storkel have competed fer other schools.
All in all track has formed an important par: of the extra
curricular activities of some ct the etudentsa
On November Bth, 1937, a group of enterprising students
formed a Journalism club for the primary purpose of publish-
ing a school paper, 'The Dredge," The second semester "The
Dredge' was reorganized and taken over by the American Lit-
erature Class. The Press is not only i'ree,- 1t's powerful:
and that power belongs to the sehoolo Daniel Boone IBB once
asked if he had ever been lost in the woods. "No, I never
got lost," Boone replied reilectivelry., "But I was bewild-
ered once for three daysn' 'Hole illustrates the spirit of
"The Dredge' staff., Sometimes they found themselves in the
depts of despair, the offspring oi' fear,a-the fear that they
wou1dn't nuke the deadline., Even though. the task seemed
great at times, it was worthwhile and a lot of fun after all.
First Row: L. to R. Grace Nenns, Margery armstrong, Alice
DeTienne, Louise Kelien, Nancy Harding, Rae Jeanne Berube,
Edith Norman, Pat Corey? Lielba Vineen-6:0 '
Secnond Row: L. to R., Miss I-Iaolcney, Raymond Roscoe, Darwin
Harbioht, Stanford Hall, Bill Zeeissfieeverg Stanley Benson,
Boy Temple, John Huetter, Marguerite Giehardo
' l it i' 'Ig
The F23 'r
ment of Qi'
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GF !ORT PNK
:mmol first opened its :lows on October 1,
-2'i'?iEAZ-Hi' school of oi ght: grafzoa with an enroll-
- zz 1.1 tfuoulty of nine momborap The enrollment
-'1'wwfe.ao that your until a peak of 337 Ill
1.9550 During tho groove- an total of 412
The otudmt Tfilfifgf' mmpoaed of pu-
frafg, the Distriot of Qo3,,umbi.o,, and the Pro'
-gtffrffmon, Ganodog they camo from schools rang-
J ima! a om-room rural to the largest in No!
tho oooond you round the school ill-
:txi ow. tenth grades being ad-ded, and tho
-- foo from nine mmborl to twelve. The tmporlry
:W-rom its former poaition in the barnoko
x of 'tho porfmnant school to which two
1.wf,ff1 mood. who or-rollmmt time fiat day was
mso in the ninth and mmm grades, The on-
-oai 1311329889 Until on peak of 561 IIB!
3559 1936. The total, on1'o3..'in2omt for the your
.it was only a. twoftfysm IEQQA school, the
wfuyf, with tolli oooporot loo of me wmmunity
,.1f:,5gi Lihriotmoo oaotota ohxoofw me been uaod
me auoooeding programaf. They estab-
fswaimt by offforing on apoorottop "RL, ll. S.
Q and Sullivazoo 'Maia new the first your
2:-::r'ts in tho Fort Pool: Sohcolwhe new coach,
'-wo both the basketball. and trash: teams to
we-io in the aohool the shim Q-'FEESYQ The en-
'A iiaeq? was 3295 The pool, mocked. March 1,
:Q 'sho totelo QSM me szweozmm oarriad on
ff.m?1fl,ieshod by the oooozm,-H-5oo.1r members ln
o -mounted u christmas oomtata and the oper-
ixxoxporienood track tom suooeodod ln
is wo district moto 'Hao basketball team
- first time tho Fort Poor School was ro-
the eleventh and twelfth grades were
.malty was iuoroanod from twain to fourteen
li'fPE..l.EZAf-33132 the first clay was 622, of which 211
wr-Hanmior him sohoolo Tho posh: at the year
.zs gala your for oxtfaotsrrioular activi-
fa wax School., in addition to tba traditional
Ja, operetta, and sports, the over ambltlouo
school. paper, organized sa pop club and
t a play, and edited an annual., The
1' 1-few:-ofi za. junior-'senior 'oam,,uo't and prom on
..,...mwota and Commencement warm held May 82 ,add
Several gobool dances were scattorod
gown The Basketball team had its moat luc-
the trabk team lad improved so much that
facie mourners to the Havre Divisional
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Enptn 7, l95?
Sspt. 17, 1957
Ssptq 27, 193?
Qatv 3, 1937
QQEH 69?gE9 1937
Qatu 18, 1957
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9226 22, 1937
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Seng 249 1938
On the sixth of May, 1938, the good ship S. S. Fort Peck
docked at the Recreation Hall and bestowed e cargo of merry-
making "dance-flubberaf' who heard "suing" through their feet
instead of their heads, There was a lighthouse to guide the
awe-stricken awabs around the decks 'Captain' Billy's bell
toiled out the dances while me and 210 other people were
having "readies" of fun. It me a gala event in the 'log' of
the Fort Peck H1 sallorec After the tide has gone out and
the foam hee cleared it lille be renembered as a most succee-
aful prom, of which the Juniors have a right to be very
THE FLATTERING WORD
The students of Fort Peek have always had e "don't-1et-it-
ever-be-euidf-wef-didn't-try" attltudec with that they took
their fling et drama and une sucessful as they always ere.
Under the able direction of Mine Woodward the theatrictial
performers presented e laugh'-provoking comedy, "The Flatter-
ing Words' Johnny Harrie proved the old adage "Actors are
the only honest hypocrites' when he went to town on the part
of the Rev. Mr. Wrigley. He was ably supported by Helen
Herbold, his open-minded wifeg Tommy Brubaker, a veteran of
the atHB05 Lorraine Brick, e geaeiping church workers and
Dolores Coryell, u hal!-mitted child protege.
Butch and John have this school patrolled,
'1'hey've labored four yeere through hot and cold.
'1'hey've put up the signs and taken them dovm
with nary a sigh and nary a frown.,
I a whaleuvn favor? 'Ibis
is on A, Vi M, to know that you need
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L is for looting ot shioh we do much,
.md may have leurels for adding that touch.
M le for music, both sweet and the sour.
We have than both in the glee club hour.
N is tor no, a negative word,
Which from the teachers ll often have heard.
0 ie for the obedience, the mother of euocseea
we couldn'1: say more in elaborate address.
P ie for prom which I8 all did enjoy,
From the littleet squirt to the biggest boy.
Q is for questions, the root of all evil,
Ot poetical strife, and general upheaval.
R ie for relief of which we have none,
Until this wee task is completed and done.
S is tor Seniors, exactly thirteen.
what they'1l do in the future remains to be seen
'I' is for truck, a heart-splitting game,
But some of the boys will make quite a neme.
U ie for ultimatum, which the teachers deliver,
'Get your work done or you'll head up the river!
V le for voice, everywhere it is heard.
But silence ee've noticed le sometimes preferred
'N is for lords some of which we are lacking,
Wlseoracks too, ee're supposed to he cracking.
X marks the spot when exams Inve been given,
And mrke the epot where the pupils were driven.
Y is for youth, the season ot hope,
01' Joy and of gladneee and use of no soap.
Z is for zumpin' we don't moe what
If you can guess that'n you're not such e nut.
who'e the fellow that'e always on time?
Who's the fellow that keeps you in line?
Whom the fellow that rings the chime?
Mr. Fjeretad, principal benign
I4ho'e the fellow that runs the school?
Who's the fellow that stops the duels?
llho'e the fellow that's always cool?
ltr. Fjerstad, who makes the rules.
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