Gallatin County High School - Gallatin Yearbook (Bozeman, MT)

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Faculfy ....... ......... 3 5 T li BECAUSE a wise Teacher had The paTience and The foresighT To blaze a clear, brighT Trail Through a bewildering iungle of confusion, we are sfronger-beTTer-informed Americans. BECAUSE a iusT counselor had The courage and The forTiTude To admonish us when we erred, and To praise us when praise was due, we are more solid-more useful ciTizens. BECAUSE a loyal friend had The kindness and The undersTanding To give a paT on The back and a cheery smile when we needed These expressions, our lives are brighTer-our burdens IighTer. For all of These Things we are Truly graTeful. We humbly dedicaTe This annual To The memory of Mr. ArThur H. Roberfs, Teacher, counselor, friend. GallaTin CounTy High School was creaTed in l900g TiTTy-six years of conTinued operaTion. Our alumni are found in all walks of life in This Thriving communiTy. They all agree ThaT The besT years of Their lives were Those spenT in high school. 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Barbara Brown, Virginia Brown, Paul Bryant, Virginia Burch, Pat Buttelman, Dale Carlsen, Judy Carr. Nancy Cass, Sandi Cattrell, Jana Jo Chittester, Karen Christenot, Margaret Christensen, Jim Conant, Victor Cook. ml-,,,,l,w,-,M1..,s,.,,N - s,.iuussslIlwwe s,v-iff wHfhl"Ul 'IFN Tom Lehrkind, Kent Lewis, Lynne Lewis, Marlene Lewis, Joan Lieberman, Suzanne Litel, Diana Litle. Terry Long, Glenn Lowe, Linda Lee Lubban, Dickie Lutes, Carol Lux, Janet Martin, Larry Martin. Dana Mast, Arthur Middelson, Caron Miller, Marcia Mockel, Marian Morrow, Pat Mulliken, Besty Murphy. Kathy Myrick, Jetfry McAnally, Gail McBee, John McColly, Margaret McKean, Donna Mc- Kinney, Helen McGinley. Nancy Neath, Maria Nickerson, Mary Kay Nor- man, Joan O'Brien, Steve Opheim, Mike O'RiIey, Karen Otto. Robert Gossack, Eugene Graf, Gary Gran, Anita Haggerty, Doris Hankinson, Doug Han- son, Ben Hartman. Eric Hastings, Helen Heeb, Judy Heys, Pamela Hoffman, Mike Hruska, Eldon Huffine, Margie Huffman. Buddy Hughes, Curt Humphrey, Elisabeth Huntsman, Don Jacobs, Alice Johnson, David Johnson, Sharon Johnson. Tommy Johnson, Vance Johnson, Dick Jones, Pam Jones, David Jongewaard, Avis Keene, Jane Keeton. Dorothy Kelley, Margaret Kent, Janean Kessler, Flora Kincaid, Glen Kraft, James Latta, Harley Leach. Diane Vail, John Vail, Nada Van Dolah, Carol Voigt, Dale Vollmer, Shirley Watts, Larry Westin. Pamela Westlake, Dick Whiteaker, Jeanne Williams, Gail Williamson, Sam Wilson, Hurlyne Workman, Donald Wortman. Sallie Wallace. "On the baby's knuckle, on the baby's knee, where can the baby's dimple be?" Wanda Parent, Glenda Park, Sandra Parton, Barton Penny, Joe Pinczes, Betty Portnell, Yvonne Ravet. Julia Roessner, Howard Ross, Janice Rudolph Bob Savage, Peggy Saxman, Melva Schultz, Sharon Secora. David Seibel, John Shanholtzer, lralee Shivers, .John Showalter, Bill Sikonia, Sally Sirne, Christa Simms. 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Bill Erwin, Allan Folkins, Dick Ford, Sharryn Ford, Gene Franks, Nancy Fuller, Charles Fulton. Linda Gaines, Ronnie Gee, Tody Gee, Bob Gum, Annette Harnby, Jeanie Hamilton, Harriet Hanson. Renny Hanson, Bob Hardgrove, Kathy Harring- ton, Harold Hartman, Richard Harvey, Frances Hathaway, Evelyn Hayes. Gary Heath, Dick Hedrich, Sharon Henderson, Jane Howard, Marilyn Hueneke, Sue Hoem, Nancy Jacobs. I0 Kirsten Anderson, Scotta Antonsen, Judy Arnold, Faye Backman, Frank Bailey, Kenneth Ballinger, Bonnie Barnes. Peggy Benson, Barry Berg, Kay Bergholm, Lee Blackwood, Carolyn Bollard, James Bradley, John Breeden. Betty Bridgewater, Bill Brookhart, Dan Brown, Faye Brown, Craig Bryant, Helen Bullock, Donald Burt. Dick Buck, Jessie Casper, Linda Cass, Elsie Christie, Sharee Clark, Tom Code, Virginia Cook. Carol Jean Corder, Jean Crawley, Bobbie Cross, Mary Culp, Gary Davis, Kathy Davis, Ronald Davis. Mary Jo McGuire, David McKay, Sharann Mc- Neil, Tom McReynolds, David Nafus, Ernest Neff, Karen Neu. Howard Nickelson, Charles Nuber, Kathie Nyman, Larry Olson, Judy Opp, Pat O'Riley, Tom Overturf. Davis Parke, Elvan Pasha, Jill Pepper, Marian Place, Cliff Plum, Judy Puckett, Karvel Reese. Mildred Roessner, Karen Roseberry, Leslie Saunders, Suzy Schauer, Sharon Schrader, Ed Seifert, Winnie Seifert. Sue Seitz, Jacqueline Shadoan, Judy Shadoan, Karen Sherman, Kenneth Sievert, Marcene Sievert, Garth Sime. Judy Johnson, Louise Justice, Inda Kastner, Arthur Keene, Ronald Kendall, Fred Kerr, April Kershner. Deanne Kessler, Connie Killoride, John Kinsey, Harold Knodel, Jim Kraenzel, Charles Kraft, Ann Kutzmann. Ralph Lachenmaier, Fred Leavitt, Jerry Lewis, Lynell Lewis, Gary Lichte, Joyce Littleton, Myrna Lutes. Lorelyn Marshall, Bill Martel, Delbert Martin, Mary Lou Michel, Rocque Miller, Gwen Mindrup, Mitzi Moore. Donna Mortensen, Joan Mougey, Donald Muir, Gene Murray, Dennis McCarty, Judy McColly, Carol McGinley. I Xl I I2 "YoU can do anything, but lay oft my white baby shoes." Dea Skrukrud, Celia Smith, Carolyn Spain, Anna Lee Springer, Steve Stephens, Annifa Stevens, Bonnie Stevens. Marilyn Stockburger, Don Strang, Eugene Sundbakken, Ken Skoog, James Terpstra, Nancy Thomas, Larry Thomas. Dan Toohey, Larry Townsend, Grace Tschache, Shirley Tucker, Dee Vavich, Janie Wallace, Roxanne Watson. Carolyn Welch, Linda Westfall, Charlotte Wheat, Ward Whitt, Dan Wooclriff, Earl Wruck, Carol Zeier. George Zeier. t 'Viva Mk! ii s E ri Hi i iii iii? i i Hr ig, X :Hifi iiifv 5 Q M X Wi fisiiig iii 552, ii. i ii 523,25 ii ii Sq K ik ,iff img , iii giggle 1 ri g l Egg , if Q, ' Q? L i sf!! Qi ' Vrifg M4453 W ,, iii ' ,af A i iii ii 92,1 Sigixj 2 F" X Xi wifi - ii ,L is iii, 'lik ,M iii? isg3e,i iii? IEWEQSQ 2 img? I xiii, if President, Dean Mikkelsong Vice President, Mary Bennett, Secretary, Carol Hammer, Treasurer, Brenda Kessler. WFS Mary Conser, Sharon Crabtree, Gary Crane Norm Crane, Ray Crane, Edna McDonald Dal- las, Allan Davis. Jim Davis, Sydney Davis, Judy Dean, Margaret Dekanek, Eva Lea Denton, Judy Dieruf, Ann Dunbar. Norine DuBois, Jackie Dunn, Paul Elder, Deane Epler, Carol Erickson, Kay Evers, Charlynn Egbert. Mary Ferguson, Steve Ferguson, David Figgins, Rosetta Fogle, Roy Foster, Judy Frizzell, Marcia Gates. Arlyss Glass, Lee Good, Bonnie Grantham, Tom Haggerty, Orval Hallam, Doug Hallesy, Carol Hammer. I4 Marvin Admire, Annette Alderson, Kent Ald- rich, Eunice Allsop, Dan Alverson, Barbara Anderson, Danny Ardesson. Joe Arnold, Bette Arnold, Dick Atkins, Dick Aho, Delores Babcock, Barbara Bailey, Chuck Baker. Don Baker, Ron Baker, Rae Barrick, Sharon Beeckler, Elnora Bellows, Mary Bennett, ElVea Blackwood. Kay Blankenship, Marinel Bolinger, Bob Border, Bruce Bosch, Joan Boyts, Gene Brent, Joe Bruno. Duwane Burt, Dixie Carr, Roberta Christenot, Alice Christie, Gary Christie, Howard Clon- inger, Charles Code. ,KB ,F V, 7,5 iw mgaessfrinisfinrzsara yawenusiis .... :ima im nf-wr.-atsrfiveei we Phyllis Lowe, Claudia LaPalm, Carolyn Martin, Donna Mathews, Helen Mathison, Barbara Mehlhaff, Dean Mikkelson. Carma Mitchell, Greg Morgan, Thomas Mowen, Ned Mueller, Bobby McBride, Tom McChesney, Marion McCleave. Ellen McGuire, Mike McGuire, Donald McKay, .lim McKinney, Pat Mclleynolcls, Pearl Nickey, George Niebel. Carol Norine, David Norman, Frank Norman, Bob O'Brien, Paul Overlie, Charles Parke, John Parker. Ray Parker, Bob Peterson, Paul Peterson, Carol Pinkerton, lrene Poff, Dick Post, Larry Red- mond. Bill Handsaker, Karen Hanstord, Eddie Harper, Lee Hart, Lynn Hastings, Lindsay Hess, David Hide. Tom Hinman, Larry Hoffman, Pat Hornberg, Steve Houser, Em Howard, Sandra Huftine, Gary Hughes. Mary Iverson, Bruce Jacobsen, Dan Johnson, Glenn Johnston, Shirley Jones, Sandra Justus, Karen Kannegaard. Leon Keene, Stewart Keeton, Jeanne Kelso, Claudia Kent, Sallie Kent, Brenda Kessler, Dick Kilbride. Sharon Kilbride, Pat King, Sonie Lachenmaier, Gary Lambert, Don Laubach, Kenneth LeClair, Harold Lindvig. Doug Worthington Pat Zindler "Big, but not quite big enough. Helen Reed, Barbara Rickabaugh, Jack Rogers, David Schlechten, Margaret Scyphers, Buddy Sievert, Roger Skinner. John Smith, Linda Smith, Sharon Smith, Peggy Sorenson, Louis Spain, Ron Spainhower, Don Spieth. Jim Stewart, John Stimson, Wes Stoecker, Virginia Sutherland, Alex Schmall, Juanell Tate, Gary Taylor. Dennis Thompson, Glen Thornton, Phyllis Tillman, Bill Townsend, Georgia Vann, Dollie Verwolf, Kay Voigt. Roger Voigt, Margie Watson, Sandra Watson, David Weaver, Ed Westlake, Phillip White, Janna Lea Williams. 1 .EE lcwl President, Carl Lehrkind, Vice President, Kenny Richardson, Secretary Herb Lessleyg Treasurer, Gloria Mirchell. 51110148 I7 SALLY MARIE ATKINS-Saying: Worries me. Transfer from Rosary 35 French Club 3, 45 Junior Red Cross 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 3, 45 Sci- ence Club 3, 4. STEVE "Dad" BAKER-Saying: Hush! the others will want one too. Track T5 Football I5 Jun- ior Red Cross I5 Chorus I. BILL "BIowout" BATTERS-Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Football 'I, 2, 3, 45 "G" Club 2, 3, 4. CAROL BATY-Saying: Live! Transfer from Ameri- can Community, Beirut, Lebanon I5 VFW Essay Contest, second place 25 Latin Club 25 De- bate Club 25 All-State Orchestra 3, 45 Junior Red Cross 35 Concert Chorus 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Ski Club 45 Art Club 45 Parrot Play 45 News and An- nual Staff 45 All-Northwest Orchestra 4. CAROLYN ELIZABETH "Betty" BENSON-Saying: You don't learn anything when you're talking. Transfer from Billings, Montana 35 Pep Club 3, 45 Prom Committee, Decorations 35 Rain- bow 3,45 DECA 4. D. IRENE "lrensie" BLUE-Saying: Holy Smoly! Twirling I, 25 FHA I, 2, 35 Rainbow I, 2, 3, 45 Junior Red Cross 25 Prom Committee, De- corations 3. JIM "Abbie-O" ABBIE-Saying: Tutty-fruity. Trans- fer from Gardiner I5 Football 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 2, 35 Track 2, 3, 45 "G" Club 2, 3, 45 Freshman Initiation Chairman 45 French Club 4. EDNA "Pickles" AHL-Saying: Live fast, love hard, die young. Transfer from Deer Lodge 35 Girls' Chorus 35 DECA 4. RICHARD "Bud" ALBIN-Saying: Weel se ya' Stage Crew I5 Gallawampus I5 Junior Red Cross I, 2, 35 Track 2, 3, 45 Parrot Play 2, 35 De Molay 3, 45 Football 3, 45 Wrestling 45 Art Club 4. BRIAN "Ostrich" ALDRICH-Saying: You bet Ace. Parrot Play I5 Track I, 2, 35 Basketball 25 Foot- ball 2, 3, 45 De-:Molay 2, 3, 45 "G" Club 45 DECA 4. DAVE "Sweety" ANDERSON-Saying: I doubt that. Band I, 2, 3, 45 Band President 45 Gallawampus I, 35 Stage Crew I, 2, 3, 45 De Molay I, 2, 3, 45 Parrot Play 25 Best Bit Actor Award 25 National Honor Society 3, 45 Boys' Rifle Club 35 Parrots 3, 45 Wrestling 45 Ski Club 4. MARY ARNOLD-Saying: Honesty is the best policy. French Club I, 25 Rainbow 'I, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 3, 45 Scribblings statt 4. PEGGY CLONINGER-ska Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Ab- saroka Rifle Club 1, 2, Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Rainbow 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, Gallawampus 1, 3, Twirling 2, Cheerleader 3, Head Cheer- leader 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Keyes Club 3, 4, All-State Choir 3. AUTRY "Prince" CONRAD. Gallawampus 1, 3, Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Choir 1, Parrotts 1, 2, 3, 4, Parrot Plays 1, 4, De Molay 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrest- ling 4. JOANN "Jo" CRAWLEY-Saying: Don't confuse me with the facts, my mind's made up. Band, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 4, State FHA Degree 4, Rainbow 1, 2, 3, 4, Gallawampus 1, 3, Committee Chairman Junior Prom 3, French Club. MEREDITH "Mart" CREASY-Saying: Wasn't that a pip. FHA 1, 2, Rainbow 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, Pep Club 3, 4, Work Chairman 4, Prom Committee 4, Absaroka Rifle Club 3, DECA 4, News and Annual Staff 4. Joe "Dacfyle" CRISSINGER-saying: Hi Angel! Transfer from East Liverpool, O. 3, Swim- ming team 3, 4, Fiance Committee 3, Latin Club 4. BARBARA "Barb" DALE-Saying: How about that? Rainbow 1, 2, 3, FHA 1, Gallawampus 1, Latin Club 1, 2, Twirling 1, 2, Pep Club 3, 4, Refreshment Committee for Prom 4. WILLIAM "Bill" A. BOHART-Saying: What a Dandy! Finance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, De Molay 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager 1, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Latin Club 2, Treas- urer, Parrots 3, 4, Senior Choir 4. M. RUTH "Ruthie" BREEDEN-Saying: You better believe ir! Rainbow 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 1, Senior Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, Honorable Mention American Legion Auxiliary Essay Con- test 2, French Club 2, 3, Library Club 3, Pep Club 3, 4. CAROLYN "Shortie" BROWNING-Saying Oh nice! Rainbow 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA Secretary 1, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Gallawampus 1, Absaroka 1, Twirling 1, 2, Class Secretary 2, Band 2, Pep Club 3, 4, Cheerleader 4. l.ORlN J. "L. J." BURBANK-COr'lCert Choir l, 2, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Boys' Rifle Club 2, 3, DECA Club 3. PAT CAMPBELL Football 1, 2, Parrot Play 3, 4, Parrots 3, 4. SARAH MARGERY "Sallie" CARDWELL-Saying: Always on the go. "B" Squad Cheerleader 1, Absaroka 1, Gallawampus 1, French Club 1, 2, Student Council'1, 3, Vice President 3, Concert Choir 1, 3, Junior Prom Program Chairman 3, Parrot Play Publicity Chairman 3, Freshman Initiation Committee 3, 4, Associate Chairman 4, Keye Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Rainbow 1, 2, 3, 4, Worthy Advisor 4, DECA 4, Parliamentarian, News and Annual Staff 4. MIKE "Fat" EATON-Saying: Modder?!! Foot- ball 1, 2, 3,41 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, HG" club 4. CAROL ANN ERDAHL-Saying: A fool and he, money are soon parted. Concert Choir 1, FHA i, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Band i, 2, 3, 4, Rain- bow l, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2 3, All-State Band 2, 3, Art'Club 3, Gallavvampus 3, Pep Club 3, 4, DECA 4. MARGARET "Meg" FORDYCE-Saying: Smart alefld FHA li GAA T, 2, Gallawampus l, Sci- ence Club 3, DECA 4. ROBERT "Bob" FULCHER-Saying: Hit first and run fast. Basketball l, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Track 'l, 2, 3, 4, FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Degree of Achievement l, 2, Chapter Farmer 2, Segre. tary 3, State and National Convention 3, State Leadership School 3, President 4, District and State Convention 4, "G" Club A, CAROLYN "Mac" FULLER-Saying: What's mine is mine and Whalus YOUVS is mine too. Absaroka Rifle Club 1, FHA 1. LAURENCE "Larry" GAFFNEY-FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, District Convention 3, Fi,-sf Vice President 4, District and State Convention 4, 20 BOYS' Rifle Club l, 2, 3, 4, President 4. 3 JAMES F. "Das" DASINGER-Saying: What?-me worry? Basketball l, 2, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Gallawampus l, 3, Band i, 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club i, Junior Red Cross l, De Molay T, 2, 3, 4, "G" Club 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Sohool Dance Band 3, De Molay Dance Band 3, 4. DARYL "Butch" DAVIS-Saying: I kid you not. Tumbling l, Rainbow l, 2, 3, 4, Gallawampus 'l, 3, Absaroka Rifle Club l, Twirling 2, Stu- dent Council 2, Pep Club 3, 4, Prom Com- mittee 3, Keye Club 3, 4, Secretary 4. DAVID "Dave" DAVIS-Saying: All play, no work. Finance Committee l, 2, Gallawampus i, De Molay 2, 3, 4, Boys' Rifle Club 3, Li- brary Club 3, 4. TWYLA "Davie" DAVIS-Saying: You know it! FHA 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, Rainbow 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, DECA 3, 4. BlLL "Travelina" DENNIS-Saying: You bet! Bas- ketball i, Football l, 2, 3, 4: Tl'6Ck l, 2, 3, 4: FFA l, 2, 3, District Convention 2, Treasurer 3, State Convention Choir 3, "G" Club 3, 4- CAROLYN DOORNBOS-Saying: Put all YOUV troubles in a pocket with a hole in it. FHA 'l, Girls' Tumbling Team 2, Library Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 4. BARBARA "Butch" HANNO-Girls' Chorus l, FHA l, Pep Club 3, DECA 4. ELINOR "Bush Bunny" HARVEY-Saying: Oh, ish. Transfer from Kennewick, Washington 3, DECA 4. BOB HATHAWAY-FFA i, 2, 3, 4, Sentinel 4, National, State and District Conventions 4, ELIZABETH LOUISE FRANCISCO "BETZ" HAUSER -Saying: Oh, Ish! Tumbling Team l, 2, GAA li Pep Club 3, 4, DECA 3, Prom Committee 3, News and Annual Staff 4. LEONARD HAYES-Saying: Never be flat be sharp. Gallawampus l, 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4. ROBERT "Roberta" HEATH-Saying: AW! Shucks! Band li Sfage Crew 2, 3, Track 3, Rifle Club 3, Gallawampus 3, DECA A, BARBARA "Barb" GARDNER-Saying: You bet, kid! FHA l, Rainbow l, 2, 3, 4, Absaroka Rifle Club l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, President 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Prom Com- mittee 3. SHIRLEY "Goo" GEE-Saying: Don't get shook! FHA 1, Rainbow 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Secretary 3, Tumbling l, 2, Absaroka Rifle Club 2, Pep Club 3, 4, Prom Com- mittee 3, Annual and News Staff 4. BILL HALEY-Saying: Crying in the rain. Football l, 2, 3, Ski Club, 'l, 2, 3, 4, Ski Team l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, Class Vice President l, Galla- wampus 1, Class Treasurer 2, "G" Club 2, 3, 4, STEVE "Stev" HAMILTON-Saying: Bat Barf. Foot- ball l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, Track l, 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew l, 2, 3, Boys' Chorus l, Concert Choir l, 2, Gallawampus l, 3, De Molay 3, 4, Dance Band 4, "G" Club 3, 4, Prom Com- mittee 3, Wrestling 4. DOUG "Speedy Gonzales" HAMMOND-Saying: Don't just do something, stand there! Transfer from Moorhead, Minnesota 3, Football 3, 4, "G" Club 3, 4, Wrestling 4, News and Annual Staff 4. DARLENE "Dar" HANNA-Saying: Ya better be- lieve it! Rainbow l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 'l, Band l, Gallawampus i, Tumbling 2, DECA 3, 4. RALPH "Ace" HULTMAN-Concert Choir l, 2. DOROTHY "Dot" HUMPHREY-Saying: Hang it all! FHA l, Rainbow l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Absaroka Rifle Club 3, 4, Range Officer 4, News and Annual Staff 4. DWAYNE KEITH "D" IHLY--Saying: Who will know the difference a hundred years ago. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Galla- wampus l, 3, All-State -Band 3, 4, All-North- west Band 4. LEE "Buck"JENKINS-Saying: After me, you come first. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track i, 2, 3, 4, "G" Club 2, 3, 4. GENE "Jess" JESSER-Saying: You never know until you try. Boys' Rifle Club 2 3. BEVERLY JOAN "Bev" JOHNSON - Saying: "Mung." Rainbow l, 2, 3, 4, FHA i, 2, Tumbling 1, 2, Rifle Club I, 2, Pep Club 3, 4. KATHLEEN "Kathy" HENDERSON-Saying: Oh, for crying in a bucket, FHA i, Concert Choir l, 3, FHA State Convention i, Junior FHA Degree i, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, Training Center 2, President 3, International Study Center 4, Rainbow 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Pep Club 3, 4, District and All-State Music Festival, Art Club 4, Annual and News Staff 4, Ski Club 4, School Play 4. RICHARD "Dick" HILL-Saying: Mens sana in corpore sano. Band i, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Orchestra 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Honorable Men- tion in the VFW Contest 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Reporter 3, Vice President 4, Second Place American Legion Contest 3, News and Annual Staff 4, Sports Editor 4. ORVILLE HINERMAN-Band i, Boys' Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, DECA 4. ROBERT "Bob" HINMAN-Saying: Not too sharp. FAA 4. SAMMIE LOU "Sam" HUFFINE-Saying: That do make it nice. Rainbow l, 2, 3, 4, Gallawam- pus i, Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Concert Choir 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, Absaroka Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, FHA District Conven- tion 4. ALAN "The Ace" HULTMAN-Football l, 3, FFA 1, 2, Concert Choir i, 2, Wrestling 2, Track 4. ART "Moo" LATTA-Saying: At ease. Football 'l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball I5 Track I, 2, 35 Latin Club I, 25 Secretary I, Vice President 25 Boys' State 35 Construction Chairman Prom 35 Stu- dent Council 35 "G" Club 45 News and An- nual Staff lBusiness Managerj 4. CARL LEHRKIND-Basketball I5 Football I, 25 De Molay 2, 3, 45 Boys' Rifle Club 25 Class Presi- dent 35 Ski Club 3, 45 "G" Club 3, 45 Geri- eral Prom Committee Chairman 35 Boys' State 35 Class Treasurer 45 French Club 45 Parrots 4. HERBERT LESSLEY-Football l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball I5 De Molay I, 2, 3, 45 Master Councilor 45 Track l, 2, 3, 45 Class Vice President 35 Chair- man Prom Decorations Committee 35 Boys' State 35 "G" Club 45 Editor Gallatin High News 45 Class President 4. CHARLES H. LEWIS-Football i, 2, 3, 45 Track l, 25 De Molay I, 2, 3, 45 Boys' Rifle Club 25 Ski Club 3, 45 Parrot Play 3, 45 Best Actor Award interscholastic 35 "G" Club 45 Student Council 45 French Club 4. SHAWN "Shan" LEWIS-Band I, 2, 3, 45 Stage Crew 1, 2, 35 Gallawampus i5 Track 2, 3, 45 Basketball 25 Football 3, 45 Wrestling 4. GERALDINE "GERRY" LUER-Saying: lt's a small person who defends his right to the little things of life as a defense against not having greater things. Concert Choir I, 25 All-State Chorus I5 Gallawampus I5 Parrot Play 2, 3, 45 Parrots 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 French Club 35 Pep Club 3, 45 FHA 4, Chapter President 4. SHIRLEY JO ANNE "Short" JOHNSON-Saying: Oh, you bet! FHA I, 2, 35 Gallawampus I, 35 Pep Club 3, 45 DECA 4. NEIL "Chief" KEYES-Saying: Be Tuff. Gallawam- pus I, 35 Stage Crew i, 2, 3, 45 Band I, 2, 3, 45 Boys' Rifle Club I, 2, 3, 45 De Molay 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Art Club 3, 4. MARY KAREN KRAFT-Saying: Oh, you bet. FHA I, 2, 3, 45 Vice President 35 State FHA Degree 45 GAA I5 Rainbow i, 2, 3, 45 Tumbling 25 Library Club 25 Pep Club 3, 45 DECA 4. MARILYN "Kryg" KRUEGER-Saying: Oh, Neat. Band l, 2, 35 Pep Band 'I, 2, 35 Gallawampus I, 35 Concert Choir I, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3, 45 Junior Red Cross 2 35 Publicity Chairman Prom 35 Pep Club 3, 4: NNIEA All' Honor Chorus 45 News and Annual Staff 4. JURINE "June" LANDOE-Saying: Oh, I'm sorry! Rainbow i, 2, 3, 45 Gallawampus i, 35 Con- cert Choir l, 25 French Club I, 25 Keye Club 3, 45 Treasurer 45 Pep Club 3, 42 News and Annual Staff 45 Radio and Speech Club 4. LARRY "Sh-Boom" LANG-Saying: So? Basket- ball i, 25 Football I, 25 Gallawampus 35 DECA 4, Treasurer 4. PAT "Murph" MURPHY-Saying: Gad! Wrestling 2, 3, 4. GLEN "Murph" MURRAY-Saying: Knuckle head, knot head, etc. etc. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Band T, 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Art Club 3, 4, "G" Club 4, Wrestling 4. CAROL MCCHESNEY-Saying: Ha! FHA l, Girls' Chorus l, Absaroka Rifle Club 2, Band 2, 3, Mentor 2. EARL "oil", MCCULLOCH-Saying: Glurrpp! Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, De Molay i, 2, 3, 4. CLARA "Cody" MCCLUSKY - Saying: Choice! Transfer from Springfield, Oregon 4. NIKI NELSON-Sayirg: Potius sero quam num. quam. Class Treasurer I, 3, Rainbow i, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club i, 2, VFW Essay Contest Winner 2, All-State Festival 2, 3, Gallawampus 3, Art Club 3, 4, Secretary-Treas- urer 4, Pep Club 3, 4, President 4, Annual Editor 4, Scribblings Editor 4, Latin Club 3, 4, f National Honor Society 3, 4, Girls' State 3, All-Northwest Orchestra 4, DAR Good Citizen' ship Award 4. BONNIE lBaumannl MARCHELLO-Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Rainbow T, 2, 3, 4, All-State Music Festival l, 2, 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Concert Choir l, 3. LORET ELEANOR "Laret" MAST-Saying: O. K. all right. Rainbow 1, 2, 3, 4, Scribblings I, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club I, Library Club 'l, 2, Absaroka Rifle Club 3, Pep Club 3, 4, News and An- nual Staff 4. KAREN "Eyes" MATTSON-Saying: When in doubt, don't. GAA 1, Girls' Choir l, 2, 3, 4, FHA I, Art Club 2, 3, Concert Choir 3, 4, Rainbow 3, 4, Pep Club 4. BOB "Mitch" MlCHEL-Saying: Hing Fong. Foot- ball I, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Coun- cil I, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Basketball l, FFA i, De Molay 'I, 2, 3, 4, Chairman Prom Ele- ctricity Committee 3, "G" Club 3, 4, Boys' State 3, French Club 4. GLORIA "Mitch" MITCHELL-Saying: l d0n't know. FHA T, President I, Gallawampus l, Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Choir T, Stu- dent Council 2, 3, De Molay Sweetheart 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Girls' State 3, Absaroka Rifle Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, French Club 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Class Secretary 4. JOAN "Harding" MONFORTON-Targeteers l, GAA l, 2, Rainbow T, 2, 3, 4, FHA I, 2, 3, Secretary i, Art Club 2, 3, 4, DECA 3, 4, Vice President 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, News and An- nual Staff 4. PHILIP "Phil" NUBER-Football l, 2, 3, 45 B35- kefbau 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, HG" Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Class President 25 Boys' State 35 Ski Club 45 Key Club 4. ILLA JEAN "llly" NUTE-Saying: Never do to- clay what you can put off till tomorrow. Girls' Choir l5 Concert Choir l, 2, 45 FHA l5 Galla- wampus l, 35 DECA 3, 45 President 45 French Club 4. DON "Digger" O'DELL-Saying: Lets ditch. FFA 2, 35 Track 25 Boys' Rifle Club 4. JOYCE "Speed" OPSAHL-Sayirg: Live fast, love hard, and die young. Rainbow 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Choir l, 25 GAA l, 25 FHA l5 Absaroka Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Concert Choir 3. PHYLLIS "Phyl" OWENS-Saying: Music hath charms to soothe the savage beast. FHA l, 25 Gallawampus i, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Choir 15 Rainbow I, 2, 3, 45 Absaroka Rifle Club 25 All-State Orchestra 25 Library Club 3, 45 All-State Band 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 All-Northwest Band 4. KARL "Park" PARKER-Saying: Oh, no! Boys' Rifle Club l, 25 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Manager 35 "G" Club 3, 45 DECA 45 Wrestling 4. BARRY "Gruesorne Bare" NEU-Saying: You're a good kid in your place, but it hasn't been dug. Stage Crew 1, 2, 35 Gallawampus 15 Football i, 2, 3, 45 "G" Club 4. ANN ROGERS NICKERSON-Transfer from La- Jolla, California 25 Latin Club 25 Band 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Absaroka Rifle Club 4. JOHN NICKEY-FFA l, 25 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 M 4-H Club i, 2, 3, 45 Tennis l, 25 Wrestling 2, 3, 45 "G" Club 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Gallawampus 35 Boys' Tumbling Team 35 Junior Sportsman 3, 4, President 45 Concert Choir 45 De Molay 3, 45 Winner "I Speak For Democracy" contest 45 Stage Crew 45 Key Club 45 President 45 Science Club 4. ARILYN "Nibs" NIEBEL-Saying: Swing and sway, the Niebel way. FHA 15 President 15 Absaroka Rifle Club I5 Concert Choir 1, 25 Rainbow T, 2, 3, 45 Band 25 Pep Club 3, 45 French Club 2, 35 Library Club 2, 35 DECA 45 News and Annual Staff 4. DONALD "Nis" NISTLER-Saying: Beauty before age. Concert Choir i, 2, 45 Ski Club i, 2, 3, 45 DECA 4. ROBERTA LEE "Sis" NISTLER-Latin Club 1, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 45 Library Club 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Rainbow 3, 45 Senior Chorus 4. EDGAR "NAMPY" RAMPY-Saying: Yell much Trainer?! Football manager i, Boys' Rifle Club 2, 3, DECA 4, Track 4. MARIE "Rabbit" RAVET-Saying: Oh, yeah! Band l, 2, 3, 4, FHA l, 2, GAA l, French Club 2, 3, 4-H Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Newman Club 3, 4. PAUL RENNE-Ski Club l, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club i, 2, French Club 2, 3, President 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Ski Team 3, 4, Captain 4, "G" Club 3, 4. KENNY "Cap" RICHARDSON-FFA T, 2, Band 'l, Boys' Rifle Club i, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Finance Committee 2, 3, 4, Manager 4, Parrots 3, 4, Junior Sportsman 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Board of Directors 4, Parrot Play 4, Stage Crew 4, Key Club 4, Treasurer 4. KARL "Rick" RICKABAUGH-Saying: There is nothing worth starting that isn't worth follow- ing through to the end, Transfer from California 3, Boys' Rifle Club 3, Ski Club 3, 4, Student Council 4, Key Club 4, Finance Committee 4. GEORGE "Gene" RUSSELL-Transfer from Liv- ingston 3, DECA 3, 4, Wrestling 3. CHARLES "Boog" PASS-Saying: Mudder ! ! ! Gallawampus i, 3, Boys' Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Concert Choir i, 2, 3, 4, Basketball i, 2, Football i, 2, 3, Track i, 2, De Molay I, 2, 3, 4, All-Northwest Chorus 2, "G" Club 2, 3, 4, All-State Choir 4, Key Club 4. REIDER PETERSON-Saying: Red Hot Bomb. Ski Team l, 2, 3, FFA l, Ski Club l, 2, 3, "G" Club 3, 4, De Molay 3, 4, Gallawampus 3. HARRY PLUM ROBERT "Bob" PORTNELL-Saying: "I'lI never tell. Orchestra l, Library Club i, 2. LOlS JEAN PRICE-Transfer 3. PEARL PRIEST-Saying: Easy come, easy go. Transfer from Rosary 3, FHA i, Rainbow I, DECA 3, 4. MARGARET ANN "Peggy" SPADY-Saying: All right, all ready. Band 2, FHA 2. KAREN SPERRY-Saying: "Hvad de vite er ikke en lade at baere rundt on." Class President 1, "B" Squad Cheerleader 1, Twirler 1, Rainbow 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 1, 3, Band 1, Prom De- corations Chairman 3, Class Secretary 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, National Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Girls' State 3, Absaroka Rifle Club 3, 4, News and Annual Staff 4, Associate Edi- tor Gallatin High News 4, Art Club 4, French Club 4, President 4, Senior Chorus 4. SHElLA SPRAGG-Saying: Love to live. Twirling 1, 2, Student Council 1, 3, Secretary 3, Gallawampus 1, 3, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Rain- bow 3, 4, Worothy Advisor 4, Art Club 2, 3, 4, Girls' State 3, Keyes Club 3, 4, Presi- dent 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Vice President 4, De Molay Sweetheart 3. TONI "Snickle Fritz" SPRINGER-Saying: Crying in the rain. Targeteers 1, 2, 3, Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, FHA 1, DECA 4. JO ANN "Jo" STAFFANSON-Saying: Holy cats. FHA 1, Absaroka Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, News and Annual Staff 4, DECA 4. JIM "Jimbo" STEVENS-Saying: Howdy. Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, Boys' Chorus 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Choir 1, 2, Art Club 2, 3, 4 Vice President 3, President 4, As- sociate Editor Annual 4, Cartoonist Gallatin High News 4. JOHN "SAX" SAXMAN, JR.-Saying: Think! Football 1, 2, Junior Red Cross 1, 2, 3, Boys' Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, DECA 3, Parrot Play 3, 4, Parrots 3, 4, Finance Committee 4. RONALD "Ron" SCHESTAG-saying: Ach Hirri- me!! Transfer from Missoula 3, Band 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4. KENNETH "Dad" SCHWARZ-Saying: Gug! Gug! Gug! Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, Track 2, 4, DECA 4. JO ANN "Joey" SHIVELY-Saying: Who loves me must love my dog also. Girls' Chorus 1, Latin Club 1, 2, Secretary 2, Concert Choir 1, Rainbow 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Absaroka Rifle Club 3, 4, Orches- tra 3, Pep Club 3, 4, DECA 4, Senior Chorus 4, News and Annual Staff 4. VERN "Blind Ivan" SHRIVER-Saying: Atta way, Baby. De Molay 4. DON "Dutch" SlNNEMA-Saying: You're so far on it you're in it and likely never to get out of it. Right. Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, "G" Club 2, 3, 4, Track 2, DECA 3, 4. ' MARY EILEEN TINKER-Girls' Chorus l, Band 2, DECA 3, 4. ROGER LEE "Roolg" TOWNSEND-Saying: Don't do anything I wouldn't do. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Rifle Club I, 2, Track l, 2, 3, Wrestling 3, 4, "G" Club 3, 4. RICHARD BYRON "Stain" TRAINER-Saying: had one grunch, but the egg plant over there, Gallawampus l, 3, Football' 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, "G" Club 4. DORIS JEAN "Jeanie" TUCKER-Saying: I I1aven't the slightest. Rainbow l, 2, 3, 4, Band T, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, All-State Band 2, Pep Club 3 4. RON TUDOR JAMES "Jimmy" WALKER-Saying: Bad rice. Foot- ball l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, Track l, 2. SHARON STEVENS-FHA l, Ski Team l, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club l, 2, 3, 4, Rainbow l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4. MARLAN "Stretch" STREDWICK-Saying: You bet, Baby, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Manager 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Swimming Team l, 2, 3, Boys' Rifle Club 2, "G" Club 3, 4. .JIM "Stuck" STUCKY FLlNT TAYLOR-Ski Team l, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club l, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Ritle Club 2, Band 2, 3, 4, DAVID "Dave" THOMAS-Latin Club l, 2, Con- cert Choir 1, 2, Stage Crew 2, 3, Finance Com- mittee 2, 3, 4, Gallawampus 3, Debate Club 3, 4, President 4, Orchestra 4, Student Coun- cil 4, Key Club 4. VERA "Frenchy" THOMPSON-Saying: Real hairy. FHA l, 2, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, DECA 4. ,muf m,.m awmf,amwggm,,,,,, N.,f,,.,,,e,.,,..-ft-If.::f-...il-K. ...Mi fe --f'- f .-.f w lnuuumsxvnawwur -1 .-,m..zv.f-we Seniors Not Pictured: ROBERT BOND ARNIE BROWN SUE SIME RENNE MARY CHENEY SIMPSON CAROLINE SIEVERT TATARKA WAYNE WILLIAMSON E I I 2. .:i. ag f:-sei, en: 2--:. 1 ff. ,f'sf5,af eg, 5 fifgiifieiifi mit aa s .3 LARRY "RasTus" WALKER-Saying: You ber, kid! 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L .q55??:'?f?5f W -iQ2i:iw::tiigzwzgzgzig-,5' -1 2 f K, ig Qi,wQ5gQQ9wWKEEToN 5'YiQ5f5fZf5fAxzq:qfW I 'uv 1 gr I A rm , E55 Jw me l f ' if if 'AYWAT 4 I S 'FN M" ig Q ' ff xl 5 . 'wx K ,irwh W A .li illply, M mm gf i g? f ..... :. 'X YT Mfg Ng , Al , fx? I , F., ,W .ai lm jffgflfiliijfgv on- Sff Gdwic lc , Car 1' Chflkne D I ous X4 Q56 we , R E R ,E 1 . , 659 LLL. fgfmf ' A S 6. ROGERS DURAND'S JEWELRY Q9 , IR T , ., ,Q 3151? fi , .Q-:ang Tfxgfliil ' ALDRICH x" if ' fuck V5 'H gf: ly Y L '1 ' r 1 4. ., . U32 Nga fgg Y 5 J wer :give Mrk mf, Hu ,, lf , , SSM ' Q -94 Wm CLONINGER HOWARD '- ' x afxik x Q , , ,, if K Q , 5" 4 2 wglg M, . wx, Q, R -251' Q5 .az f HESS Help! Mother ! ! ! " " SQUAD First row, left to right: John Alderson, Dave Schlecten, Bill Dorman, Larry Westin, Paul Boylan, Jim Conant, Sam Wilson, Elvan Pasha, Mike O'Riley, Richard Dunn, Bud Hughes, Tom Hohnson, Gene Franks, Chuck Felton, John Korrison, Manager. Second row: Norman Crane, Larry Dunham, Dick Jones, Leonard Bopp, Jim Covey, Ken Skoog, Allan Folkins, Chuck Nuber, Bob Hardgrove, Lee Blackwood, Don Strang, Gene Fixmer, Dale Vollmer, Tim Duddley, Manager. Third row: Greg Morgan, Dale Carlsen, Steve Ferguson, Paul Bentzen, Mike Hruska, Walt Bourne, John Shanholtzer, Gene Murray, Larry Olson, Don Wortman, Barton Penny, lvan Hunt, Coach. Fourth row: Joe Barnett, Coach, Rocque Miller, Mike Dodge, Steve Opheim, Harold Hartman, Howard Ross, Emil Erhardt, Dick Whiteaker, George Zeier, Tom Overturf, Gary Hughes, Larry Thomas, Harold Knodel, Not in the Picture, but members of the "B" squad are Jim Latta and Earl Wruck. GALLATIN VALLEY FURNITURE CO. Peggy Cloniger Head Cheerleader X -x XA ii 7, CHEERLEADERS 38 sponsored by RowLEs-MACK, THE cue, HARRY FLETCHER HAWKS Dick Aho, Bob Ford, Jim Davis, Lindsay Hess, Dean Mikkleson, Lee Jenkins, Howard Cloninger, Ron Spain hower, Jim Stevens, Bill Baiters, Gary Lamberi. Sponsored by Sponsored by GALLATIN TRUST Si SAVINGS BANK LEE JENKINS HAWKS GARY LAMBERT DEAN MIKKELSON DICK AHO BILL BATTERS LI NDSEY HESS JIM STEVENS BOB FORD H AWKS HOWARD CLONINGER JIM DAVIS d, Bal' Ogle- . xg For 1 Nu. Nd im qfsx YOW1 if Second 2:11, Gum Halo Gene, lilagene Mllllaxll Nclflc ' John Km lnelli Ro Larrxl Olsom, n 51rafN9' hens, Ke CVB' NN' ' s9Y CCXUe First row: Bill Dorman, Jimmy Latta, Sam Willson, Tom LeProwse. Second row: Larry Weston, Bruce Brooks, Glen Lowe, Paul Bentzen, Dick Jones, Eldon Huffine. Third row: Emil Ehhardt, Johnny Slwanholtzer, Howard Ross, Paul Bryant, Mike Dodge, Don Wortman, Barion Penny. Sponsored by HAGGERTY MESSMER CO. ii 17 Left To right: Lynn Evans, Grace Tschache, Joan Lieberman, Mitzi Moore. 43 3? Q ,. v If -M 3 4 wfw- M W N, we '59 a Lk iw!- 4 3 'E f 4' Q www Af , .Sw :EL:z??'i:.-f'2f:':aai'1Q.E.3-.f..,.22'f waz, ar , 4- ' -1f1v.:'-13 ,. ' , Hi .2 ' - . .M-M . 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Qsfssssls Lf LLLLLQSLK iblsslglsg- lllllsls LH ,LLL miss alleys lSil5'l L L5 Lg, if ,Y Lil gills Lsll STUDENT Left to right JACKIE DUNN ,7,7,., ...,....,7,,.,...... T reasurer MR, URDAHL ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, D elegatecl Advisor BOB MITCHELL ........, ................ P resfdenf MR, ANDERSON ,V,,,,,,,AA ,,,,,, E irst Advisor CAROLYN WELCH ........ ......... S ecretary This year our Student Council has really exercised some of its powers as government of the student body. Its main achievement was the forming of a new constitution to re- place the out of date and little used one of l9??. It has worked toward the establishment of order in the halls and lunch line. The Student Council also sponsored a dance to raise 'Funds tor the newly formed State Conference which was held in Hardin, Montana. "Now in my estimation SBI El FJ 6711? rurpnzt Izaiinn The constitution committee, headed by Dave Thomas has worked inclus- triously on a new constitution. Changes include enlarging the mem- bership ot the council, adding a judi- cial branch, and strengthening the ex- ecutive and legislative branches ot our student government. This new pro- gram which promises a more ettec- tive student government will go into full effect. 1411 52111011 1 El ? Z 2 Standing: Dee Mast Virginia Crabtree Charles Lewis Dave Tn Seated: Carl Rickabaugh De ores a First row: Peggy Saxman, Carol Corder, Phyllis Owens, Carol Erdahl, Nancy Fuller, Ann Nickerson, Pat Mullican. Second row: Dwayne lhly, Jeanne Kelso, Dave Anderson, Sally Sime, Dean Epler, Wes Stoecker, Sandra Huffine, Barry Berg, Leonard Hayes, Tom Haggerty, Third row: Carolyn Bollard, Kathleen Myrick, Don Spieth, Ron Schlestag, Lee Good, Jean Crawley, Marion Morrow, Sharon Johnson, Barbara Anderson, Richard Dunn, Rocque Miller, Mike Dodge, Tim Dudley, Glen Lowe. Fourth row: Lou Spain, David Sible, Walter Bourne, Kay Evers, Neil Keyes, Joe Cullen, Tom Code, Jim Terpstra, Mr. Fransham, Jo Ann Crawley, Dick Hill. ' The Gallatin County High School Band, under the direction of Robert Fransharn, added rnuch color to basketball and football games. The Pep Band, composed of 25 select band students and headed by Ron Schlestag and Dwayne lhly, played for our pep assemblies and out of town games. Band officers are: President, Dave Anderson, Vice President, John Stimsong Secretary-Treasurer, Aaron Remley, Lee Good, Drurn Major. A new twist to interpretation First Mitc Secc Babe Jack 'Vlari Thor Kess First row, left to right: Grace Tschache, Lorelyn Marshall, Dullain Dolighan, Gloria Mitchell, Pam Westlake, Charlotte Tschache, Sharon Kilbride, Lynn Hastings, Dee Stevens, Wanda Parent, Terry Long, Avis Keene, Gail McBee, Marcia Mockel, Dianne Vail, Ruth Asbury. Second row: Mary Lou Beekler, Christa Simms, Mary Iverson, Earlene Workman, Peg Cloninger, Carolyn Browning, Karen Mattson, Pat King, Judy Hayes, Deanne Kessler, Delores Babcock, Sharon Beekle, Mary Jo McGuire, Grace Apperson, Margie Watson, Phyllis Tillman, Sue Atkins, Melva Shultz, Mr. Steen. Third row: Jeanne Kessler, Virginia Burch, Pat Bulernan, Jean Williams, Throa Kincaid, Dorothy Kelly, Judy Skalitszky, Jill Pepper, Mitzi Moore, Phyllis Lowe, Rosetta Fogel, Roxanne Watson, Judy Sha- doan, Bonnie Ravet, Judy Carr, Sherley Watts, Sonia Lachenmaier, Judy McColly, Helen Heeb. Fourth row: Margaret McKeen, Lynn Evans, Pam Hoffman, Carol Bridgewater, Sammie Huttine, Gwen Mindrup, Myrna Lutes, Brenda Kessler, Maria Nickerson, Mar- garet Dekanek, Carol Hammer, Mary Conser, Joan Lieberman, Kathy Dunn, Karen Roseberry, Jane Howard, Jackie Shadoan, Judy Opp. Fifth row: Alice Christie, Sally Atkins, Bobbie Cross, Caron Miller, Ira Lee Shivers, Judy Eslick, Janice Dugdale, Marilyn Krueger, Sharon Smith, Barbara Bailey, Karen Kannegard, Bitsi Murphy, Nancy Neath, Linda Blank, Margaret Kent, Dianne Litle, Linda Luben, Anita Haggerty. 53 sponsored by ARTCRAFT PRINTERS '95 f-N fx ORCHESTRA r 1 ff l l l .l First row, left To right: David Norman, Janice Baty, Pearl Nickey, Nancy Cass, Linda Cass, Roberia Nistler 4K Ann Dunbar, Carol Bafy, Autry Conrad. Second row: Ken Ballinger, John Nickey, Marsha Mockel, Carolyn J Bollard, Jeanne Kelso, Bonnie Marcello, Deane Epler, Dick Hill, Leonard Hayes, Carol Erdahl, Pat Mullikm ,df -n Niki Nelson. Third row: Phyllis Owens, Mr. Fransham, Dave Thomas. I .X - T 4K 44 3 The orchesTra is a group of hardy indi- viduals who rehearse aT odd Times and in A lv an odd environmenT. In spiTe of The "oddi- ' . Ties" of The siTuaTion, however, There are K f glowing examples of arTisTry in The group. K 7 Several members of The orchesTra play X imporTanT parTs in selecT college and civic 1 . musical organizaTions, and several were '4 fl. selecTecl To perform in The All-NorThwesT il ax we T Q9 OrchesTra which was direcTed by Mr. Irwin Hoffman, ConclucTor of The Vancouver Sym- phony OrchesTra. Several other TalenTs are in evidence in The orchesTra. A sTaTe champion wresTler keeps in condiTion by playing The violin. Musical expression replaces The oral expres- sion of Two speech conTesT TinalisTs. Sponsored by SECURITY BANK 81 TRUST CO. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The members of The NaTional Honor SocieTy are: Gloria MiTchell, Paul Renne, John Nickey, David Anderson, Dick Hill, Karen Sperry, and Niki Nelson. Each spring Tive percent of The Jun- ior class and TiTTeen percenT of The Sponsored b senior class are chosen upon Their schoIasTic abiliTy To be in This organiza- Tion. The aim of The socieTy is To promore scholarship and is sponsored by Mr. Shellenberger. y MONTANA POWER CO. Firsf row, left to right Gloria Mitchell, Karen Sperry, Lorelyn Marshall. Second row: Karen Neu, Linda Westfall, Judy Opp, Celia Smith, Sally Atkins, Nancy Jacobs, Gene Franks, Harriet Hanson. Third row: Dave Figgins, Carolyn Spain, Carolyn Welch, Jackie Dunn, Delores Babcock, David Norman, Joan Mougey, Marian McCIeave. OFFICERS President ,,,,,,.,,, ,.,.,.c, ,,.,,...,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, K A REN SPERRY Vice President .... .,,,.,,,, S HARON CRABTREE Secrerary ,,.... ...,,,, G LORIA MITCHELL Treasurer ..,,... ,,,, L ORELYN MARSHALL Firsr row, left To right: Glen Thorton, Bob Michel, Carl Lehrkincl, Charles Lewis, Eric Hastins, John Breeden, Jerry Lewis. Second row: Joan O'Brien, Sally Sime, Mary Jane Ferguson, Margaret Kent, Naida Van Dolah, Dixie Ferguson, Lili Dodd. Third row: Pat Homberg, Karen Kannegarcl, Ann Dunbar, Jacqueline Shadoan, Sharon Sullivan, Peggy Saxmon, Sharon Fraser. Sponsored by VALLEY INSURANCE CO. First row, left to right: Patricia Mullican, Lynn Evans, Priscilla Huntsman, Judy Fredrickson, Maria Nick- erson, Janice Baty, Kathy Nyman. Second row: Anita Haggerty, Ralph Lachenmaier, Leslie Saunders, Ed Thompson, Bill Sikonia, Gene Graf, Judy Dieruf, Mary Kay Norman, Kathi Forsgren, Third row. Gwen Mindrup, Kathleen Myrich, Ann Dunbar, Carol Miller, Elizabeth Huntsman, John McColly, Walter Bourne, Richard Dunn, Michael Dodge. Fourth row: Kirsten Anderson, David Hyde, Ward Whitt, Lynnell Lewis, Linda Cass, Miss Russell. Fifth row: Suzy Shauer, Kathy Dunn, Kathy Davis, Niki Nelson, Mary Conser, Sonia Lachenmaier, Judy McColly. Latin Club is composed of outstand- ing Latin students and is headed by Miss Russell. Each year a Roman Ban- quet is held at which the Latin Club members, clad in togas and reclining on couches, are served old Roman dishes by their slaves. Lack ot silver- ware and shoes, plus observance of old Roman manners C?l, greatly ele- vates the atmosphere into one truly characteristic of a Roman festival Cminus, however, the aqua vitae.J Caesar sic dicur on dicat-guessi lictum. Sponsored by ROD AND REEL, J. C. PENNEY, M 81 W SERVICE B S TATE Boys' State is sponsored by the American Legion and is held in Dillion every year. The purpose ot Boys' State is to offer a better understanding of city, county and state governments, teach public speaking, ancl the funda- mentals and basic principals of parliamentary and court pro- cedures. Phil Nuber, Bob Michel, Carl Lehrkind, Art Latta, Herb Lessley. - Sheila Spraggf Karen Sperry, Gloria Mitchell, Niki Nelson. STATE Girls' State, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary, was held in Bozeman this summer. As in Boys' State the purpose is to become acquainted with work- ing parts of the government and to more appreciate and under- stand the duties and privileges ot an American citizen. DEBATE LefT To right: Ivan HunT, sponsorp John Saxman, Ralph Lachenmaier, Dave Thomas. The Topic of This year's clebaTes was, "Resolved: ThaT The Teoleral governmenT should susTain The prices of rnaior agri- culTural producTs aT noT less Than nineTy percenT of pariTy." This group of sTuolenTs who were inTeresTed in sharpen- ing Their wiTs as well as Their Tongues goT TogeTher abouT Twice a week Tor This purpose. PracTice clebaTes were held wiTh Helena, BuTTe, and Bill- ings before The final conTesT aT The lnTer-SchoIasTic MeeT in Missoula. Sponsored by DAIRIE DELIGHT l When You say That-Smile! l T DIG THOSE CRAZY FRESHMEN! The present chapter of Future Farmers of America was organized in T930 and has contributed many helpful things to the boys who belong to it. This year's chapter of 27 members placed first in the District Clean Grain Contest and they have completed many protects in crop and livestock work. Other F.F.A. activities are the Parent-Son banquet and the State F.F.A. banquet. Officers are: President, Bob Fulcher, Vice President, Larry Gaffney, Secretary, Harold Lindvig, Treasurer, Joe Bruno, Reporter, Frank Norman, and Sentinel, Bob Hathaway. Sponsor, Mr. Fraser, Bob Fulcher, Elvan Pasha, Bob McBride Bob Hinman, Tom Hinman, Frank Norman, Ed Siefert, Tom McChesney Harvey Plum, Larry Martin, Clifford Plum, Larry Gaffney Darwin Amiila, Joe Bruno, Bob Doney, Duane Denton, Glen Kraft Tom McReynoIds. Farmer Brown's handy little helper Henry Hawk. GALLATIN COOPERATIVE CREAMERY Hrs! Jo ' 014, Bo ' lef QU, yrs f , pl I O . Haan? Carol lfdredprlgym J I and DZEC Slsosne' Jean Cra 01106 afon' Udy S Wley 'l4o11e,7so'l4clV,1E.!l7'j:"o,,,7'6fNGrol Co U, ' ' Grin, He'-'o,,Q, r 'Q'e,3 K efffrl OW.. S 67617 gfon Oy-,fa P0566 8 . la Gr Obble Czflfinmalgy, Jo A 'lsr 'Z '7l7 e'7o Hefe Cfe ov' an a We' Kal as cw,-,'trf55 vate att 3 titer f n W1 44 Re Sy Jfrna Zufeqi Amt, 5-Vely es S C ' F7 H Judy Pflrlsfyb' AjyS3, uc-ken Sify The Future Homemakers ot America, better known as FHA is an organization for girls interested in home economics. lt is affiliated with the District, State, and National organizations. Each year the chapter sends delegates to the District and State conventions. The FHA degrees consist ot Junior Homemaker, Chap- ter Homemaker, and State Homemaker, In order to be eligible for membership in Upperclass FHA, a girl must have her Junior Homemaker Degree. Most Upper- class FHA'ers hold their chapter degrees also, and are eligible to apply for State Degree when they are Sen- iors. This degree is based on activity in tamily, com- munity, and chapter liteg and it is quite an honor tor a girl to receive it. Sponsored by RE APPLIANCE, KXL2 r I u F R Kafef' swvefs' Pat Lee fd. xy ha Howa , n porwe ' , jane NXBNO Barbara nd TOXN- Fogxef W att?-1 5eC0 Rosetia -xv Nev- , . , Maman, Swiexanean Kiziron gohnsorlox andgwaxer jane , Nxockef Kd, 5 Qmelfla , ara Duncan, Ma,-ua Fx ra Kenca I Lou Hui K lmzgan Huntsman. Buck' o XS Bonme Xeh To MGX pfxdka nu wdxl Wm Lew ' Hrs! row' OITQOQ' DXBne va ' I Keeney KBWN Chef - 1 AWS Oifov 15603 vox xloN9 ' e C png' jrianv Buda' B MONO ' Firsf ,OW f lefr . Dudley 70 fl I-, I Gen- 9 ff Kar J Y Lue 1 T en Ch 1 Jima Jo Chiffesfer ew Long, Wamfenor, Me-Iva 3 ,, dy Heyesl Linda Lfl3bMargarer McKeZi6Z'aren1, pam 'jo'-Zlfz, Helen MCGM I en, Yvonne f Urhfe man v Hey, M Rave, He Asbury I ance Joh ary LOU B f I f Gra Hson. 5 Seckl . en Heeb, Elizabe1ZeHAPDerson, Normaeglnd row: Alice T34-,D,ana Uflfsman Jan' Efchelder D Flsgnl , , e 'Ce Rudofph- e Srevens Sponsored by COCA COLA BOTTLING-GALLATIN COUNTY TRIBUNE RED CROSS First row, left to right: Rosetta Fogle, Kathleen Henderson, Marvin Admire, Sharon Henderson, Judy McColly. Second row: Mary Welch, Kay Winks, Eldon Huffine, John McColly. Third row: Sydney Davis, Peggy Benson, L. J. Burbank. "To serve" is the motto of the Junior Red Cross Council. Each year an enrollment drive is given whereby the school is enrolled in Junior Red Cross making it eligible for the various programs offered. Some of the Council's proiects this year included a first aid room operated by Council members and holiday favors for the Old Folks Home. The Council also stood on street corners and collected money for the Hun- garian Relief Fund. Every summer two delegates are sent to the Pacific Area Train- ing Center to learn about Junior Red Cross and to bring back ideas on how to improve our Council. Last summer a Council member vvas also chosen to help rep- resent the United States at the first International Study Center to be held in this country. Sponsored by BEN FRANKLIN STORES fOWt Fourth l'. inel Bolinge al' Blankenship, M Kay hnson, Jo Bev Breeclen, Ruthie Kilbride, Sharon W99, Sp Henderson, Shiela Kathleen tchell, ia Mi ine, Glor ft Hu Anderson, guson, Barbara ne Fer .la Mary Homberg, Pat an, De Judy y Benson, Bett Phyllis Arlyss Glass, Kent, Sallie- stler, Ni Roberta Bailey, ba ra Bar ith, Sm On BY' Sh R Dunba I"lTl Chr stenot, A bbie Bo Sharon Crabtree, Mathews, Donna Qle, Fo Rosetta Denton, Lea Eva Davis, Daryl TOW: Second Kessler tt, Brenda Po PIE Lowe, lre 1 No avis. D wyla Harding, T Joan el, Nieb arilyn reasy, M hC Meridit Bennett, Y al' M Doornbos, Carolyn Carol Hammer, rut, ie D Judy rawley, C nn Juanell Tate, Jo A Betsy Grantham, Bonnie H Gardne bara uman, Bar Ba Dale, Bonnie Barbara ictured: P Conser, Shirley ary nn, M Du rson, Jackie lve ary Hanstord, M en Kar Darlene Francis, O L m Z E S 2 Mattson, Karen H Lue e Landoe, Gerry in Jur Humphrey, Dorothy user, Ha d row: hir rol Erdahl. T n Statfanson, Ca An Jo Lachenmier, Sonia erry, SP Karen Gee, .:.: 59 T93 Wm 29 D.I-' 555 me S2 .254 is or 365 EE 5. W? E19 .QQ E55 mth 52 0 m gl. Q. ,gm .. 'DE 5.2 ..C 'CCD wc Ee we cv. Z2 ga. fU U3 EP ON Z: o 52 :Z li Def A Z IDG! S-Z LU Z do OS: 1 c 231, fu SI .Eg 3:- LU.: -605 SE TMS ID EI D cn-lg ME .Em .-U7 E'- PE 'S as C G Eg QM U E.: 52 'C 5.5 UN CE ian. 'E'ci oo U3 0,46 of LQ Karen Sperry. Norine, Carol H Beekle Sharon Evers, Kay nold, I' y A Bl' M nks, Wi Kay DuBois, the end of her sophomore up at l signs gir r to loin, each orde ln r and O of iuni mposed CO ion, at organiz C6 servi isa p Club Pe TO FSITTB I'1 order in age HVGI' 11 HC HB maintai hen ust t l'T1 She al ye rs, and Xe l'T'lI es and TTT mbers sell at the ga me The U7 x. Ev L senio inthe club. promoting school and pep assemblies, a body at games sit in 65 0' U' Dennis, Bill Nuber, Stewart Keeton, mbert, Phil yLa GI' Walker, Bob Michel, G Batters, Larry Bill tredwick, S arlan w: Kent Aldrich, M O Oni' I' Fr Stocker, Barry Neu, Carl SS ck Trainer, W Di Eaton, ke r, MI Cloninge Hamilton, Howard gers, Steve ck Ro Ja rt Latta, W:A I'0 Second Hart. Lee Brian Aldrich, Dasinger, Jim orthington, rnmond, Doug W Ha Doug cl row: . Thir FIS Jenki Lee Pass, Charles Ford, Bob wis, Le hrkind, Charles Le Lindsay Hess, Herb Lessley, Glen Murray. Townsend, Bill ward, Ho Em Fulcher, Bob EIYTTSOI1, Willi dan Gor Sponsored by BAXTER HOTEL Mil l l 'fly 3 it ll ZW Miss ' hard Dunn' dtror: Ric . NelS0nl e bs, Nlke NaN-ZY 'law . 1 Jim Dam' - Hartman' Q i fe lell lo llglll avisi and Nlargle l l Y the sratt 3 ' rd SvdneY D Nlenbblmadlilisorz NNI-HY Amo ' Nie e I Scribblings is Gallatin's creative writing book. The sponsor and advisor is Miss Niebel. This collection ot prose and poetry is published in the spring ot each year. Its aim is to promote and encourage better creative writing. Work is gathered from the English classes or submitted by the students to the staff. The English depart- ment, the commercial department, and the art department are to be thanked tor the fine editions put out. Sponsored by BOZEMAN THEATRES d WW Secof' a bar- V 9 Dun n d Ann rY Co bson, Auf Jaco Luer, ce rI'Y Il, Bru 's, Ge Pat Camglziles Lew' 'venom Boharf, Ma"Y Bl n, ds0r" Saxma Richal' . John Kenny l OW' feflr FNS' r5ChleCh Dave .de vid HI Suiherland' Da ir in -VUL Pflleleors NIMDCYVT Afoliereh produced bfZHfIfNTCjED AND KIDXIPTED BY KENNETH TURNER .OGCJQ -111-rQf,qgenyen! wily The D - 101320110 Pulggsjz 1379 Com . A Dany Monday and Une.: , 956 Dzfeofed by Kenney! V Egg!! 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Second row: Dick Post, David Hyde, Ron Baker, Ken Richardson, Eddie Har- ' D n Spieth. per, Roger Voighr, o Sponsored by PARKWAY GROCERY , A,- 7 E ii-gm ...nvdillll E , i 5 I, sfvde .R ms struck dh 3 ii L Wffh span ge 5. 'glvfl ' 1 -BOZEMAN MOTO RS-KENYON NOBLE 69 l FINANCE l First row, left to right: Jim Kraenzel, Ferguson. Second row: Gary Taylor, John Saxman, Bill Bohart, Karl Ric Saunders, Jerry Pelzl, sponsor. The Student Finance Committee handles all ticket sales to basketball and football games, school plays, concerts, and various other func- tions. Members are chosen on recommendations from the teachers at Gallatin. Recommendations are based on scholastic ability, character, and respon- sibility. The members gain much valued experience handling money in big business negotiations. 70 ' Sponsored by RICHARDSON S ll sr l? W X Pat Campbell, Bruce Jacobson, Ken Richardson, David Hyde, Steve kabaugh, Dave Thomas, lv aw, ,s Lesley . 'W ,J WW, Q1 V7 fl!! 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DECA X f, S X I -1 nl ali' N""" uv f S The purpose of Deca is To help young men and women become acquainred with The business vvorld. The club is composed of sTudenTs who work during school and has a membership of fifty members. The club is ably sponsored by Miss Oliver, The club sponsors dances To send representa- tives To The Deca Convention in The spring which was held in Bozeman This year. I 4 Firsf r Ow FOW. P ' e , ' 'wir O ffshf r , 1 - : J ow' Dollie 5 T'll'ha,,, V 0 Ann 5, ef-Wolf era Th affanson e, Cerofyn Ajmpsonl Kaz, flllargarer D k arrln Ele en Kfa S anek ' an ft I I B or Harve rene Bl 6rb.3,e R, 5 . ' V, El US, 'fkab if l V65 Black Margaret augh' H w Fo le ood, Berry Brdyce, Cl Cardwell S Sf-,S al-'dia , ' S i On, Al, G,-iff. COl'Id 'Ce Chffsf,-e' ln' Third Sponsored by THE MODE-MONTANA MOTOR SUPPLY-F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. ,,,..--W 3'm1 Firgf f Shirley of- Edna Davis Oh:-,S C , K OPI, B afol en LeClaf,- ZW Afnolfirdjghl' Marily ' Ennis ' and n N- r 1 hompsonlra -fusfush Ilia ,vw lrd ro G, D bv, P Brien earl Priests fflhha, se 1 Oni Spri COnd row hger : M 1 Don dry T. 'Vfsrf 'nker ef, Da . ' V101 l..........m.: uw nc M' . N' k l- h Eddie Rampy Karl Parker Second row. Howard uc e Firsi' row: Ken Schwartz, LGVYY Land' Brian Ndric ' .' - .Charles Baker. son, Dan Weaver, ROY F05 Ter, Dave Weaver, I-affv Redmond' Ofv"'e Hmerman' Sponsored by THE HUB-MARlE'S BEAUTY SHOP r , 'W NX O0 SW' xX . TARGETEERS TargeTeers Rifle Club is composed of girls who vvanT To learn The care and use of a rifle. Targefeers is affiliated wiTh The NRA. Mr. Donald is The sponsor. Amid The explosions, The snapping of bolTs being opened and closed, and The clang of shells, The girls climb up The ladder of marlcsmanship To The disTinguished rifle- man award. NNW :Wa ooaxa' Ca 0 NX' ' BOYS' RIFLE CLUB The GallaTin High Schools Boys' Junior Rifle Club CBoyl There's a TiTle and a halfl is The schools only Boys' rifle club. CLucky for The school.J ITs membership is com- posed of 33 boys iThaT figures, see- ing how iT's a boys rifle clubb and is sponsored by Mr. Cullen. The club is a member of The Nafional Rifle AssociaTion and is also affiliaT- ed wiTh The DirecTor of Civilian Marksmen of The war deparTmenT. These fellas can be found aT odd nighTs of The week, dovvnsTairs on The rifle range, Trying Their besT To shooT some decenT TargeTs. Seriously Though, The rifle club's main aim is To Teach The boys accuracy, safetv vviTh firearms, and good sporTsman- ship. Front row, lef1 To righT: Steve Opium, Joe Cullen, Orval Hinerman, Larry Gaffney, Jim Epler, Dan Alverson. Second row: Mr. Cullen, Deane Epler, Dave Swingle, Glen John sTon, Les Saunders, Ken Ballinger. Third row. Bob Bossack, Dale Carlson, Tom Mowen Ken Richardson, John Gardner, Gary Lichfe. .M t, , tw' ', W I , - f f ,,t',",ts,,t,ru vt if ,M L ,,tt4,,f,w.,,, ' ,ff ,wi ,twfl-H "HV: ,i ut-rin, w',,,t,,t7,i ,' ,l' 'gf' ,iw't'wg,mg"'i'lM,i,i1"-"flU "i ,tt i:".,'t 'ffli,i1i'Q,l,liM:,'ii' wt f t tr, ,V g,,-L ff, at ,mm ,tu l' rmtlufit f','r"U' ,tl 'f M 1' T'l""' pw' ,K 'f if 1' " ,- vt tsl, C, , f, i i,,',i,t,i,",': , ,ft I , f, tf,2,f, ,iw 6:25-ed, ,WH i if,,yu 6.1 lf lll tt, fi f,l if First row: Gloria Mitchell, Marcia Gates, Kay Winks, Barbara Gardner, JoAnn Shively, Dorothy Humphrey. Second row: Carol Corder, Jane Howard, Scotta Antonsan, Sammie Huffine, Mary Culp, Janeane Kessler, Terry Long, JoAnn Staffanson, Grace Tschache, Karen Sperry. Third row: Carolyn Welch, Deanne Kessler, Carol Hammer, Louise Justice, Ruth Asbury, Karen Roseberry, Pat Zindler, Dee Vavich, Peggy Benson, Pat Homberg, Mr. Knapp. To hit the bull's eye instead of the bird's eye is the aim of the Asorolca Rifle Club. lt is sponsored by Mr. Knapp and the girls meet once a week 'ro improve their marksmanship. The club is affiliated with the NRA and a tournament is held in Bozeman in the spring. The catch of many a boy is brought about by the club's annual Spinster's Spree which is put on in November. The girls work hard on this formal and it is always one of the most'exciting events of the year. Many fine markswomen have received their training from This fine group. Front row, left to right: Sharon Henderson, Jane,Howard, Peggy Benson, Juanell Tate, Jean Crawley Bobbie Cross, April Kershner, Mary Lou Beekler. Second row: Mary Culp, Mrs. Buzalsky, Judy McColly Mildred Rosner, Ann Kutzman, Suzanne Litle, Pam Hoffman, Melva Schultz, Carol Bridgewater. Third row Marcene Sievert, Nancy Thomas, Helen Reed, Bobbie Christenot, Sydney Davis, Sharon Crabtree, Judy Frederickson, Faye Backman. Gosh! After All! Tennis my unlucky number! The Girls' Athletic Association is a newly organized group of about thirty athletic minded girls. They get together every few weeks for games and fun. The highlight of their program is a yearly play day with girls from nearby towns. We wish you suc- cess with your venture, girls, and hope you will become more skillful than our little Hawkus. Sponsored by THE DIPPER-LEWIS SALES CO. l herine Gibson. Ravetf Ka' tap nb0Sf Yvonne . Evelyn Hayes' - L'tle, Elva Door - 5 an Eflkson' . ht Charlotte Tschachel Rllanga gates, Suzanne mel' e , left to N9 1 i -e Christie, 3' First YOW' D mon, ES' Second YOWZ Eva LeeShjron Johnson- row. Alice Johnson' These thirteen lively, limber girls are seen performing at basketball games during half- time. Anyone who is interested in gymnas- tics and is capable of turning cartwheels, somersaults, or anything in which they could break an arm is eligible to loin. Their bright uniforms of White and black blouses and black shorts and red ties look very flashy. You can find them practicing under the guidance of Mrs. Buzalsky in the mornings. To help support themselves, they sell candy at games when they are not performing. A frlb Ue or he Qirls who are Sponsored by D 81 R MUSIC-ARLEEN'S BEAUTY SHOPPE upsidedown all rhe Hme Nancy Jacobs, Carol Zier, Annehe Hamby, Gail Williamson, Gwen Mindrup, Barbara Mehlhaff, Karen Neu, Lynell Lewis, Dullain Dolighan, Janie Wallace, Jill Pepper. TWIRLERS l Kirsten Anderson, Myrna Lutes, Charlotte Tschache, Nancy Neath, Barbara Mehlhaff, Sue Sietz, Mitzi Moore, Marian Place, Lorelyn Marshall. 78 Sponsored by GALLATIN LUMBER CO. fill K A .. RaWPh , X Erwxrh 1 - T: Par ' . I . t row, Xen to fowl Charxgsd Erkc Hastmfas Abeww Fwshenmaler S650 Tommy Lehfkm dlck Posh Ter Y LBC GX-3 , Lewis Gene - Ken? Som , tow, Davxd Swmpfgakl Hruska- Waker BOUme' f 1 mx Q , 'bn Ffrsr Norfn row, left Ha e DUB - to ffgh , Qgeffy, Kar, Dee same K 1,329 y Myrick 5,55 Mariaenk Jeanne ,Q I nn Eva iflf Kefs Ns, Gail e'Son of Mar. MCB ' Mar . 'fl el . ee, Single HUffmaBolIngSr. S ra Carrrefl T1-,ir d Gcond Sponsored by SPORT CH ana 'Om . f nM0rr0W Amie ALET-PHOTO GIFT 79 ' HH fy? Wi sash. me X - , , Y' se is Q V 45' 2 sf' ,Q k,.' --k. Nw g 7 K N43 . V' M 1- f wtf-,2'f,'bLiw.4, f ' , ' 93' f ifhrf K' , X A ' A if -az, , wwe .::,, ,,, V x E K -,H I m v,,,.. 1 5 S 3,5 E M y 4 v f gk 'Y' ' J., : 'V :W W. . ,, - V X 'wa uf , -- ,h Z, L- Q. f , . ,,. .. QV gg fi A ...ap I ,nw lf? 1 7 ' '-MM , 'L N km T 9 ms z M V f fiffikifwi I ' ' . if , ,.f':5 1' "" Q ., 6 , , nu . 4' ' Q , QS.: Q C ffl" ELF ,,,.l 1, L,,. '. W J ,H .-551 : K Q it 55 V' fa v JXIA W, ..a.... .,..,..,, V. . f P Q1 -1..,:.m ff W 2? ,N iii? SQ., ,ww we N iii Bw' Jim: :ggi Se? ,f LZ .gf W if ,Y Ex? 3 kbs si E, X , ,X ffl? S Y? fa: X60 Jie , 3 I . I J T-, Nickey, Duc G Zner Dan Flrsl rowz' Roialvilklglliflhglcg Dir. Shellenberger Third row Fred Kerr eorge Sallie Alkinsf M . Placek Ferguson, Dale Carlsen, l'lal'leY Leach' r Science Club, sponsored by Mr. Shellenburger, Mr. Placek, and Mr. Knap, was organized "To increase our knowledge of science and To learn To perTecT our skills in science." lnTeresTed sTudenTs are urged To loin. AT presenT The club consists of 20 members. The members are encouraged To enTer Their proiecTs in The Science Fair in compeTi- Tion wiTh oThers in The disTricT. T35 3 O -Zsffzfglzo Sponsored by LONGOHNS RALPHS . k Hin Seggnd YOW Mr KnaPP Woodrlff steve LIBRARY First row, left to right: Ann Dunbar, Donna Mathews, Phyllis Lowe, Carol Erdahl, Jean Erickson. Second row Eva Lee Enton, Elva Doornbos, Delores Babcock, Mary Bennett, Nancy Thomas, Roberta Nitstler, Judy Shadoan, lrene Poff. Third row: Jane Howard, Pat Homberg, Kay Evers, Judy McColly, Harold Kober, George Niebel, David Norman, Dick Post, Glen Thornton, John Breeden, Ernest Neff, Phyllis Owens, Carolyn Doornbos, Sonia Lachemaier. The Library Club is composed of members from the Sophomore, Junior and Senior classes. To become a mem- ber the applicant must work "behind the desk" a required number of hours. Among the services the Library Club performs are the TB pencil sales and the selling of annual pictures. A meet- ing is held once a month to plan bul- letin boards and club work. The stu- dents are under the able direction of Miss Carlson. Sponsored by CHAMBERS FISHER All l wanted was a few words with you Front row, left to right: Edwina Seifert, Lilli Dodd, Sharon Crabtree, Arlyss Glass, Karen Sperry, Brenda Kessler, Jim Stevens, Bill Handsaker. Second row: Mary lverson, Irene Poft, Carol Zier, Kathleen Hender- son, Ned Mueller. Third row: Janey Keeton, Kay Evers, Delores Babcock, Kay Blankenship, Niki Nelson, Roberta Christenot, Kathy Harrington, Sydney Davis, Marinel Bolinger, Ann Dunbar, Carol Baty, Mr. Lab, Don Laubach, Glen Murray. The Art Club, under the direction of Mr. Lab, features Gallatin's most prom- ising artists. The purpose of the club is to further appreciation of art and to help these students develop their talent. A meeting is helcl every vveek to work on proiects. Jim Stevens, president, Sharon Crabtree, vice Pfesldenlf Niki Nelson, secretary-treasurer. JUNIOR PROM lrene Blue Carolyn Browning Queen Karen reigned over The Jun- ior Prom, held on April 27, 1957. The Theme for The prom was Jamaican Farewell, which was carried our in cool pastel shades of green and lav- ender. General Chairman for prom was Dean Mikkelson, Junior Class President QUEEN KAREN SPERRY Sally Cardwen PQQQY Clofiingef DBVYI Davis Barbara Dale Barbara Gardner Gloria Mitchell Niki Nelson Sheila Spragg Mary Welch We really have To push to get some kids through! QJX 'Uv W3 M lA if T H L-vvv-IM Z. I4'Lr--J'-H, E N G L I s H QW , Z!! . LANGUAGES S C I E N C E S ilk dyicfiw S Q26 in ILIBRARY Chau CL.a,,, ARTS SM. dm ZQJWWMPQ COMMERCIAL Q?'?mUZ X174 KQMWWRW soclAL INDUSTRIAL ARTS Q,-..J?,Z..:W 55544-fa MW 913-R LHTEII' SCIENCE Mae Lessley Jean McReynoIds CUSTODIANS ,T PROGRAM Hans Rath Top Right, Earl Werner Lower Right, Ray Callantine OLD ing was erected in 1901 and 1902. lt consisted of 10 rooms, but in 1914 more rooms were added. PRESENT This half million dollar building was built in 1937 and 1938 adding 12 new rooms. These included the various sci- ence laboratories, music room, library and the home ec. department. ,.,mt-Mmatilmmtiiillfl NEW Q az m.,., ,f . TRIBUTE TO GALLATIN The clamor in the halls, the cheering at the games, the parties, the good times, the friends we made-these are the memories we will always have of old G.C.H.S. We may leave you in person, but not in spirit, "Old Gallatin." We wish the best of luck to those of you who are about to enter a beautiful new school, and we hope that your memories of it will be as wonderful as ours have been at Gallatin. We pay homage to you, Gallatin, and a tribute to the new school, that will take your place. THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1957 Gallatin Co. High School was or- ganized in 1898 and the first build- Townseirrli, Dave Anderson, Doug Hallesy, Ed Howard, Norm Crane, John Stim get Gary C! PM: 0'Brien, Jack Rogers, Bill Townsend, Dean Mikkelson ihawn Lcwi mater Phil Nuber. STAFF ss It I , i - 2 ml 1' E 4 , , ,, 1 i l . -Q' -1 e fulryuxg zum ms er in presenting a "long hair" conf, Ru-binoff gaily fidd. :ett" in many varil .ng "Boogie Woogie.i sented "I could Havef Night" in a very de- , 1er. He gave the stun is passages from "Rap- e," 'Clair De Lune," Lcerto," Chopin's "Pol- an novicv requested ,ii C Q arson. sl, pre it of the t I I V, had h0n0I' of in a nnax edllcc fed-,tor lscript hn the back Schol Nexson, 3: ass-man pocke teh, which - , NW' H 596' ' . D P93101 dmc- . we ax. ubl-nof e greatest sian area- aww - An hi. 59 oi : work I ill Rogers, betwil Wh xo lima edxxefgan, eduo' -0. They I - - xxaffl' x-uw 5? 5.559 'll b - 1 eligible ,X HH D-Ck I Steven HEY W1 9 20 vlosed N ln Pl'.?B'I'3m and may he, OPQleadoxs0" agen W0 oy Mrs. Stutsman, their ims.Lu 1 ' with the by Writil I PhoxoQ'a9W,,PeC gduor Oi P visor. Mrs. Crawley, Mrs. Kraft, nt Boc A nnnnng lt Craftsman er govfmg man29e"aSgis1a"i and Chapter mothers will also ac- sl0W1l the Stage' Cor 01-atio OPP bus-xneslx S9099 .lment l7 -many them. -1 - p 1 Uma' f Slqeia ...s are encour . . Awards f Rpave' w1l1 put on two skits. lecll t d ' th 0 11136 1ndepQ11dently an the national and re isi AML ere in e submit their papers to a ,med HCM- Of th is in 3 aff for this year 0 er Qeside 'Mast and Mary .. Ca, presentatives, J" gepta I ney Davis, ju' h babim E1 Iacobs, sopho' IF ' ,Ben 9 the new edi' EE? i Ka , I resentative v The? 'nem ' J meg E you poet harlotte if tl In rry Edgar rl Id f 5. mg to run 'ppiini' ' "1 ' 1. strict song thus ar. . . - fe IS a candi- oo Q etary. PFGXY SWS be in charge of s ,was elected Crabtree, vice ci Nielson., seci b at an orgariiz er 2. After the was adjourned ed on their diff Barbara -lf.. or this year, av' rl ppear in last OM, Ztv 'wirlers. 413- Hs typing, U. S. History, bl- iorthand, and study hall. ie isnit twirling, Barbara enjoys skiing hiking and moun- nthusiastic Z - ' ' b' iSh " olds on FFA Trlg fxcllfhfg e is 6 in find Barbara hi ma, 'Bmw hour and will 4 hour. Grads Pleclged af MSC The- following Gallatin ates pledged Montana Stag lol- legt sororities: I du- eliifliin i-nel-i NEWS eAu.At1N COUNTY H Bozemfmf Montana lei-i SCHOOL tic Editorial Association f Montana Interscholas A osciation Member 0 . . Slopes Press S Member of Paclflc fice 1927, at the P0St 1 S5 matter November 12, M rch 3, 1897 ered as second C 3 kder the Act of 9' u Bozeman. Montana' , eeks during thee School y W A Eublished every two W ' C unty High School ear by the Students 0f Gauatm 0 Herb Lessle .-------"""""'--------A--1 . .. 0- 1-y Sheila SPED S A' -,,, -... K RICH SPE-1' 1 Art Laura ea is being used. 'Km-. A I ann EDITOR ---- A,-A ,,,, . . .... ..-- --f- ---- , . . .k . , on e -,,,....----- . k H111 ary-In Admu-9, The Phantom str: es again. ' MANAGER A... -,-- -,,. .... . D 10 au from the Art U mendous. Amaz- ITOR -,'- M-AO,-val Hallam H, K t Sh .ly S ing! Is what they're saying about ED A -"' "" ""' "'-"" J i m Stevens Ie en 11 NZ:1aM p the all new 1957 Annual. This ex- Carol Batv. vens' an me traordinary masterpiece is being ' Mari yn ' . Loreli l STAFF ---- 4--- A ""' ' . Kathleen Henderson' Jim Davis' .Gan G Ruth Breedeil, Same Am: hun Nick Harding' Shwlii gjicothy Humphrey' Kay Vgngiisy Hauser. Beverly Johns iiicima Aho, Niki Nelson an S Jul-ine Lalldoef Y-,' --,- --A- G e otge -'5' "" ""' --',- '---,---.---'------,--'---,- - - n ..tef.en 1 ropes for Beffer Governmel einer i Before we leave these hallovvecl halls, we ot have idl ncilPeRe the i957 Annual Staff wish to express our ap- lderefih or aknegsses predation tor the help and guidance of Mr. Peck. declslons ectly to All that We have clone and learned here in the Peak to '3 .pationy journalism room we owe to him. We will never gel-S, D0 WAKE! forget the untiring vigil ot the man who was IR I-epres, O01 back never too busy to do something tor the students uid hold and the school. Our days here are over, Mr. Peck, 13 Council Sent on but be assured that our memories of you will C011y,My1 Studen never cease. Donna Ma , verv,-welcome to nresent vour inadequate for our school. ir ews, rtooert unrrisnenot, Delor are interested in helping' you Babcock, Karl Rickabaugh, Da. Left to right: Sallie Cardwell, Carol Baty, Marilyn Kruger, Jim Thomas Charles Lewis Law Davis, Shirley Gee, Marilyn Neibel, Ruth Breeden. .mms,,,,,k,,,,,s, ,,,.. ,yrs ,,,. sa,,..i,l .,,.lt.. ,wi-f..:s.ltl.Wr.,..i,. l-f' Mit -,,f' uf q-,. ,.-,fit ,.,, .,.sw1s- .,.. i,.mai,f. fl--f i-fMffrm.Ma-mara.,..lweqml.,1vmir.sis-l s Ready-- for Snow lg' to Gallatin's defe championship ski te ah Wally Eagle are Paul Renne, Gorc 1, Reider Peterson, l an Kelso, and Shai :Iso returning are squ Tom Haggerty, Fl luck Fulton, Bill Bros inel Bolinger, and B .haff. graduation were M nett, Ken Keyesy a, ller, all lettermen., awk fiwk Anyone interested in 'IM' -..1n++.-.W-. s1nm.lA essley-Nelson Head Publications The officers of the Gallatin High News and Annual Staff were elect- ed September 12 at a noon meeting with Mr. Peck. New officers for the News Staff are: Herb Lessley, Editorg Karen Sperry and Sheila Spragg, Associ- ate Editors 3 Art Latta, Business Managerg Dick Hill, Sports Editorlg Jim Stevens, Cartoonistg and Orval Hallam, Photographer. The big Chief of the '57 edition of the annual is Niki Nelson as Editor. Aiding Niki will be Lucy Dodd and Jim Stevens as Associate Rriitinrsz, 1957 CLASS PROPHECY As we turn the clock ahead five years we find JIM ABBIE the featured cartoonist in Henry Hawk strips. ERNA AHL is styling hair for Brown's Curl Shop. BUDDY ALBIN is selling Fuller Bruch products. BRIAN ALDRICH is still making cottage cheese for the Gallatin Co-op. DAVE ANDERSON is still sleeping through college classes. MARY ARNOLD is teaching English in Kansas. SALLY ATKINS is a pro- fessional Girl Scout. STEVE BAKER is manufacturing garters. BILL BATTERS has a mile-long beard. CAROL BATY is teaching psychology at MSC. BETTY BENSON is teaching the highway patrolmen to smile when they give tickets. IRENE BLUE is advertising Ipana tooth paste. BILL BOHART is still going to medical school at Northwestern. BOB BOND finally caught up with Janet. RUTH BREEDEN is now a practicing physical therapist. ARNIE BROWN is still traveling. CAROLYN BROWN- ING is now making her own custom cars. L. J. BURBANK is teaching Senior Life Saving. Pat Campbell is selling bees-wax. SALLIE CARDWELL is teaching Com- mercial Science at the University of Miami. PEG CLONINGER is busy raising little cheerleaders. AUTRY CONRAD is still in the seminary. JO ANN CRAWLEY is teaching Home EC. at Bozeman City High. MEREDITH CREASY is a secretary at Montana Motor Co. JOE CRISSINGER is still blushing. BARBARA DALE is busy manufacturing little Beams. JIM DASINGER is still playing his guitar and singing. DARYL DAVIS and DAVID DAVIS are still twins. TWYLA DAVIS is Head Usher at the Ellen. BELL DENNIS finally got rid of that red hair. CAROLYN DOORNBOS is now Superintendent of Nurses at the Hospital. MIKE EATON is a foreign diplomat. CAROL ERDAHL is a kindergarten teacher. MARGARET FORDYCE is a 4-H leader. BOB FULCHER is FHA teacher at the new school. CAROLYN FULLER is still in West Yellowstone. LARRY GAFFNEY is still shooting. BARBARA GARDNER is now driv- ing trucks for her dad. SHIRLEY GEE has finally quit laughing-all the time, that is. BILL HALEY is still skiing. STEVE HAMILTON is giving free haircuts. DOUG HAMMOND finally made it to Mexico. DARLENE HANNA is still looking for the right hair rinse. BARBARA HANNO is still as sweet as ever. ELINOR HARVEY is Head Usher at the Rialto. BOB HATHAWAY just published his first joke book. BETSY HAUSER is still having trouble with broken bones. LEONARD HAYES is making his own boats. BOB HEATH is finally a Pfc. in the National Guard. KATH- LEEN HENDERSON is a concert pianist in New York City. DICK HILL has made a tremendous scientific discovery. ORVILLE HINERMAN is taking pictures for LIFE Magazine. BOB HINMAN is now farming. SAMMIE LOU HUFFINE finally reached HYALITE PEAK. RALPH dyed his hair so it would be the same color as his twin brother's, ALAN HULTMAN. DOROTHY HUMPHREY is married and settled down. DWAYNE IHLY has his own band. BUCK JENKINS is playing professional basket- ball. GENE JESSER is still in Biology class. BEV JOHNSON iust joined Spike Jones to make a record. SHIRLEY JOHNSON finally quit ditching. NEIL KEYES is supervis- ing band trips at the college. KAREN KRAFT is Chief Candy Maker at Richardson's. MARILYN KRUEGER is still packing shelves at RaIph's. JURINE LANDOE is Bose- man's first woman lawyer. LARRY LANG lust recorded his first record. ART LATTA is still in dental school. CARL LEHRKIND is Manager of Coca-Cola Bottling Co. HERBERT LESSLEY is editor of the New York Times. CHARLES LEWIS is still in the Army Reserve. SHAWN LEWIS has finally paid off all his fines. GERRY LUER is now singing opera. BONNIE MARCHELLO won first place in baking at the Winter Fair. LORET MAST has manufactured "Smooth" hair lotion. KAREN MATTSON is still running around with college boys. BOB MITCHELL is head of student govern- ment at MSC. GLORIA MITCHELL is advertising Lustre Creame Shampoo. JOAN MONFORTON is still full of joy. PAT MURPHY finally discovered girls. GLEN MARRAY is still a patron of the New Grill Cafe-guess why? CAROL MCCHESNEY is teaching office practice at Bozeman City High. CLARA MCCLUSKEY is manufactur- ing lemon meringue pie, known all over the world. EARL MCCULLOUCH is advertis- ing manager for Macy's in New York. NIKI NELSON is first flute in the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. DONALD NISTLER is chief paper carrier for the Chronicle. BARRY NEU just won the Olympic meet in weight-lifting. JOHN NICKEY is chief chemist at GMC. ANN NICKERSON is teaching chemistry at MSC. MARILYN NIEBLE is Manager of Phillp's. ROBERTA NISTLER is playing in the MSC Orchestra. PHIL NUBER just won a Gold Medal at the Olympics for the mile. ILLA NUTE is sponsor of DECA at Bozeman City High. DON O'DELL is still digging. JOYCE OPSAHL now owns OpsahI's Flower Shop. PHYLLIS OWENS is playing a concert over the Fire- stone Hour. KARL PARKER is Manager of the Modern Grocery. CHARLES PASS is sales Manager of the Northern Auto Co. REIDER PETERSON just set a record for the longest jump. HARRY PLUM changed his name to APPLE. BOB PORTNELL is farming West of Bozeman. LOIS PRICE is a model secretary. PEARL PRIEST is still engaged. ED RAMPY is still a bachelor. KENNY RICHARDSON just took over Richardson's. PAUL RENNE is President of MSC. SUE SIME RENNE is still a house- wife. KARL RICKABAUGH is teaching chemistry at Bozeman City High. MARIE RAVET is still quiet. GEORGE RUSSELL hasn't grown. JOHN SAXMON is playing "Samson" in a new play. RON SCHESTAG is teaching band at MSU. KEN SCHWARTZ is still good looking. MARY CHENEY SIMPSON is still raising little Simpsons. JO ANN SHIVELY is the new Superintendent of Schools. VERN SHRIVER is manufacturing Volkswagons. DON SINNEMA has his own gas station. PEGGY SPADY is a very happy wife. KAREN SPERRY is Bozeman's new women doctor. SHEILA SPRAGG just sold her first painting. TONI SPRINGER is still cruising the drag with Eddie. JO ANN STAFFANSON is head flower grower at MiIam's Green- house. JIM STEVENS is still drawing cartoons. SHARON STEVENS is modeling ski clothes. MARLAN STREDWICK is still telling jokes. JIM STUCKY is still in Gallatin Gateway. FLINT TAYLOR is still pulling pranks. DAVID THOMAS is still revising the Student Government Laws, and doing a good job of it. CAROLYN TATARKA is Marriage Counsellor at MSC. VERA THOMPSON is still running around. MARY TINKER has used her shyness to an advantage. ROGER TOWNSEND is Manager of Phillp's. ROBERTA NISTLER is playing in the MSC Orchestra. PHIL is owner of the Red Boot Shop. RONNIE TUDOR is writing Hot Rod Books. JIM WALKER, is teaching speech class at Bozeman City High. LARRY WALKER finally settled down. MARY WELCH is majorette at MSC. GREG WHITT is still trying to make his car run. GORDON WILLIAMSON is Manager of Owenhouse Hardware Store. WAYNE WILLIAMSON is still an avid hot-rod fan. KAY WINKS is on the Exponent Paper Staff at MSC. i' TAC ffw"""" of lfye 0 Gnls Ynozaei ' DOL mhque HCCYI' of 494 Sc! haf Z! ,F s2fdo9"o4w'? .1 0 wo' ' Ze?""e 4 7 wil 5f7"5 AVC! gf 13- "n ZQQS4' WW .-,off I cc3Al!'9" YMJ3 fnefn0"'e'S of Q f'-5. fJ1 l ' m?"7 Y eq' 'irq fe""" 5' C 0,,., e. M447 , 1 Q53 : ::,:fQ1g5ffW I 5',EifffQ3'IKiwS i5'i3ffQffA f zvfi:z.qf'f-ffufww iw-W' W ' A it k gf-+R fwf,,:ff.w,.:1 N-,wif 1 SPONSORS FOR 1957 ANNUAL Schlechten Studio Chambers-Fisher Co. Valley Insurance Co. Baxter Hotel Montana Power Co. Bozeman Theaters Ben Franklin Store Duranol's Jewelry GALLATIN VALLEY FURNITURE CO. THE HUB RALPH'S LANGHOR'S PHILLIP'S BOOK STORE LINFIELD STUDIO MARIE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE D ancl R MUSIC SHOP ARLEEN'S BEAUTY SHOPPE NORTHERN AUTOMOBILE CO. 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