North Toole County High School - Caprock Yearbook (Sunburst, MT)

 - Class of 1966

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V33 Q. . u- .. 4 A3 ,xx 14: . kywf 4,1 L53 The CAPRGCK I966 North Toole County High School Sunburst, Montana xv' Foreword As the graduating class of e shared many ex periences in living and learning. With this CAPROCK we hope to impress upon other classes the worth of these experiences. PEOPLE is the theme we have chosen, for to us there is noth- ing more important. You will find many pictured here. Each is arf individual with his or her own special aspirations. Our hope is that all of these ambitions may be realized. 1966, we hav Contents Administration Faculty Classes Curriculum Sports Activities Elementary Directory ' sf 'l 3 Dedication We, the annual staff of the 1965 Caprock, dedicate this yearbook to . . . the things we did the fun we had . . . and the friends we knew o 1 O mln Board of Trustees CHAIRMAN JAMES LEARY l As members of the Board of Trustees, we believe that the sound, responsible citizenhis a result of the best school system possible. To that end we direct our energies. James F. Leary Chairman of the Board This group, the Board of Trustees, is the direct voice of the people. They are the men behind the scenes who set policy and budget the funds. QFrom left--Mr. Pat Bucher, Mr. Lawrence Berthelote, Mr. Alvon Mochel, Mrs. Lillian Larson - clerk, Mr. Hazen Lawson - Supt. , Mr. James Leary, Mr. Wally Iverson, Mr. Jay Johannsen, and Mr., Henry Alme. Mr. Joe Gottfried and Mr. Frank Taft fnot picturedj. Superintendent's Message SUPERINTENDENT HAZEN R. LAWSON This year's annual is a pictorial review of events and people as they have par- ticipated in activities of their school life this past year. It represents a living his- tory of every person involved. As the years go by, this annual will have increasing value to most of you, and will bring to mind many happy incidents of your school life. It is also an annual to be proud of from the standpoint of workmanship and de- sign. It is a fitting memorial to the efforts of the Senior Class. Sincerely, Hazen Lawson PrincipaI's Message PRINCIPAL PAUL R. SCHRAMMECK To the Class of 1966, I extend my congratulations. You have had many accomplish- ments during your high school years. Many people are proud of you, This yearbook theme of "People" is a particularly thought-provoking theme. Try to imagine with me, for a moment, what a high school educational experience would be with- out the people who surround you just now. You would start school. You would receive about twenty-five basic textbooks. You would be assigned to learn most of the material in these books. It would be necessary for you to refer to hundreds of reference books to complete your studies, BUT, there would be no teacher, Qand teachers are peoplej to guide your learning: no classmates to share the educa- tional experience with you. Perhaps you would be interested in the study of music. You would acquire an instrument and some music books: however, there would be no teacher to direct your learning: no peo- ple to accomplish the sound of music with you. Suppose you liked athletics. You would receive the necessary athletic equipment, along with some instructions for its care and use. There would be, however, no coaches to assist you in gaining competence, no teammates with which to play the game, and no opposition against which you could put your skills to the challenge. The people, both teachers and students, with which you have been associated these past years have been responsible for that part of your education which is vital, real, and meaning- ful. May the honest and worthwhile associations live long in your memories, and may you be quick to set aside thosewho would influence you to become less than your own best selves. Sincerely, Paul R. Schrammeck Us if mi: HEP rw 'i I. Q MR, PAUL SCHRAMMECK Algebra I Geometry Advanced Math High School Principal Student Council Advisor MR. AL ALTHOFF High School Guidance Grade School Principal Hot Lunch Supervisor MR, VERNON MAURITSEN NTCHS Band Kevin and Oilrnont Bands Junior Play Director MR, TOM PECK U. S. History American Government World History Basketball Coach Senior Sponsor Letterman's Club Sponsor MR. JOHN MCALLISTER English I and IV German I1 Library Freshman Sponsor MR, CURT THOMSON Biology Physical Education Drivers Education Wrestling Coach Football Coach Letterman's Club Sponsor MRS . LEOT-A NI CHOLS NTCHS Choir Grade School Band Grade School Choir MR. HUGH OUELLETTE Chemistry Physical Science General Math Algebra I Junior Sponsor MISS LYDIA HEAGY Typing I and II Bookkeeping Journalism MR, ROBERT SWA NSON Trades and Industry Woodworking Mechanical Drawing MISS BERNIE SORENSON Homemaking I, and II Advanced Homemaking Health and Physiology Pep Club Sponsor MR, MERLE HAINES English II and III Annual Advisor English Composition Sophomore Sponsor Senior Play Director The T Indispensables . . . The only adult individuals who don't greet us each morning and noon with an impossible assign- ment or a test that is "more work for the teacher than it is for us. " Smiling faces, kind words, date bureau, prob- T lem solvers, hearty greetings, and friends to all-- these are the The Indispensablesl The high school janitor must be a master of many trades, as Mr, Johnson fabovey knows. 1 The three cooks--Mrs. I-Ioppes, Mrs. Whitt, and Mrs. Stroman--prepare ,and serve several hundred meals daily for both high school and grade school students, They are shown here in the modern kitcheh adjoining the lunchroom. Two people who can never be shown enough apprecia- tion are Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Dunk qlefty, custodians of the grade school. These bus drivers brave mud and snow to bring the students to school and to make the many extracurricular trips made throughout the year. Charles Kimmet also does the maintenance work in addition to driving a regular route. fFrom left- Ernest Cartwright, George Kimmet, Sterling Dorcas, Charles Kimmet, and Mary Richmond. Joe Matzdorf not pictured.J Off Guard ' ' ' Mr. Schrammeck Mr. Mauritsen Mrs. Schrammeck "Of course, I'm principal of this school. " "Are ou sure esterda "Smel1s like Limburger MT- Peck was Fiidaw.. Y y to me, " Mr. McAllister Mr. Ouellette "You should see me in my bikini! " Herzlichen Geburtstag, Hen McAllister! "A11 I do is work, work work! " BRIAN EVERRETT BARROWS' Basketball l, 2 Class Play 3, 4 Football 3 Chorus 1, 2, 4 State Choir 1, 2 All-Dist. Choir 2, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 1, 2,4 All-Dist. Band 3 Football 1,2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 Wrestling 3, 4, Co-Capt. 3, 4 Lettermen's Club 3, 4 Lettermen's Club V. Pres. 4 Class Pres. 1 Musical 1,3 Class Play 3, 4 Boys State 3 Heisy 3 TERRY EUGENE ASCHIM Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Musical 3 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 Wrestling 3, 4 Boys State Alternate 3 Class V Pres. 2,3 Class Pres. 4 Football 3 Basketball 2 Track 2 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4 Treas. 4 DENNIS DUANE BERGSTROM PATRICIA ANNE BUCHER MONA LEA FA RGHER Class Play 3,4 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Secretary 3 Girls State Alternate Class Play 3, 4 Pep Club 4 Librarian 3, 4 Office 4 Refiner staff 4 Refiner Bus. Mgr. Class Secretary 1 Class Play 3,4 Choir 2 Cheerleader 4 Girls State Alternate 3 Student Body V. Pres. 3, Student Body Treas. 3, 4 Pep Club 4 Refiner Co-Editor 4 lndispensables Reporter 4 4 4 KAREN ELIZABETH CLOUSE PEGGY LOU HA LMRAST Football 1,3,4 Football Co-Capt. 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Track Co-Capt. 3 Class Play 3, 4 Class Pres. 3 Class Treas. 2 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4 Band 1 Pep Band 1 Choi: 2, 3, 4 State Choir 3 Musical 3 G.A.A. 2, 3 Drill Team 2 Class Treas. 1 Class Play 3, 4 Office 4 Annual 4 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Refiner Staff 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 Class Treas. 4 RIC HA RD A LLEN FROST THOMAS HA RTLEY HILLIARD Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Wrestling 3, 4 Intramural Basketball 1, 2 Class Play 3, 4 Choir 1,2, 3,4 Choir Pres. 4 State Choir 3 Musical 1, 3 Drill Team 2 G. A. A. 2 Pep Club 2 Class Treas. 3 Class Play 3,4 Annual 4 Annual Bus. Mgr. 4 Librarian 2 Girls' State 3 Honor Choir 4 DAVID LAVERN HOPLAND Football 1, 2,3,4 Basketball 1,2 , Track 1, 2 Wrestling 3 Choir 1, 2, 3,4 State Choir 3 All-Dist. Choir 2,4 Musical 1, 3 Band 1 Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3 Student Council 2 if Class Play 3,4 L, Refiner Staff 3 'MM f f Pep Band 1 'u ' Grade School Coach 4 fn 5 I 5 4 yr! , mfs. JACKIE LEE JOHANNES SUSAN JANE IANSKY 2l HERBERT SCOTT KARST Band l, 2, 3, Pep Band 1, 4 2,3,4 A11-Dist. Band 3 Chou 2,3,4 Musical 3 All-Dist. Choir 4 G.A.A, 2,3,4 G,A.A. Rep. 3,4 Drill Team 2 Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4 Alt. Cheerleader 3 Class Play 3, 4 Annual 3, 4 A ctivities Ed . 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 4 Class Pres. 2 Boys State 3 Librarian 2 Nat'l. 4-I-I Congress 4 All-Dist. Band 3 Intramural Basketball Annual 4 Musical 1, 3 1,2 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Lettermen 's Club Treas. 3 Pres. 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 1, 2 Annual 3, 4 Refiner- Staff 3, 4 Co-Editor 4 Class Play 3, 4 Musical 3 1,2, 3, 4 we ' Hifi- . ,,.,, , w mr f-.rm W-5' 'EzJSET:. ' f . 4 5 ,,l?iflQ1. 1 if gl .g4.iff2fi??212rikfiiirasillllliriil4 I B A Q A A 5 BETTE IA NE JOHNSTON DOUGLA S BOYD KELLEY DANIEL JOSEPH KIMMET RONALD CHA RLES KIMMET Basketball Mgr. 1 Football 2, 3 Intramural Basketball 1, 2 Wrestling 3 Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Musical l, 3 Choir 1 Class Play 3, 4 Annual 4 Annual 3, 4g Editor 4 lndispensables Rep.4 Student Council 3, 4 All-Dist. Band 3 All-Dist. Choir 4 Dist. Science Fair 1, State Science Fair 1, Boys State 3 Class Play 3,4 Musical 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Choir 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 All-Conference 3, 4 Wrestling 3 2,3,4 2,3,4 Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball Mgr. 1, 2 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 C0-Capt. 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 C0-Capt. 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Pres. 2 Student Body V. Pres. 3 Student Body Pres. 4 Boys State 3 Class Play 3, 4 Musical 1, 3 Choir 1,2, 3, 43 Pres. 3 State Choir 3 Annual 4 Refiner Staff 3 P.E. Asst. 3 JAMES LEE KIMMET DAVID WILLIA M LINNELL 0' Intramural Basketball 2 Class Play 3,4 Wrestling 3 Annual Staff 4 Wrestling 3 Basketball Mgr. 1 Lettermen 's Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 Intramural Basketball 2 Basketball 1, 2, , Football 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Choir 1 Band 1, 2, 3 Pep Band 2, 3 Musical 2, 3 Class Play 3, 4 Science Club 1 MICHAEL KEAN LERUM ROBERT NELS MALBERG JEAN DIA NE MAURITSEN VICKI CARLEEN MINNICH Cheerleader 1, 2,4 State Choir 3 All-Dist. Band 3 Student Council 2 Student Council Sec. 3, Class Sec. 1 Girls State 3 P,E, Asst. 3 Twirling 1 Drill Team 2nd, Lt. 2 Pep Club 1, 2,4 G.A.A. 2 Pep Band 1, 2, 3 Choir 1, 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Librarian 3 Office 1, 2 Class Play 3, 4 Student Council 1 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Band l, 3, 4 Pep Band 1, 3 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Musical 1, 3 G.A.A. 2 Drill Team 2 Flag Bearer 2, 3 Class V. Pres. 2 Student Council Sec. 2. 3 State Choir 3 Refiner Co-Editor 4 M.I.E.A. 3 Cheerleader 4 Office 4 Band 1 Pep Band 1 Musical 1, 3 Band Librarian 1 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Choir Sec. -3, 4 G. A .A . 2, 3 Drill Team 2 Class V. Pres. 4 Class Play 3, 4 Office 4 Annual 4 Pep Club 4 Refiner Staff 4 Flag Bearer 4 SONI A IRENE MINNICH CLARK EDWARD SCHLEGEL Band 1 Choir 1,2,3,4 All-Dist. Choir 2 Track 1 Basketball 1 Football 1, 3 Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3 Class Play 3, 4 Musical 1 Choir 2, 3 Band l, 2, 4 Pep Band l, 2, 4 Musical l, 3 Class Play 3, 4 Refiner Staff 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 Intramural Basketball 1, 2 Basketball Mgr. 1 Track 1,4 Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Science Club 1 Class Play 3, 4 Track 3 Refiner Staff 3 Annual 4 Librarian 2, 4 LYNN RODERICK PAISLEY BRUCE JAY SHARP RONALD PAXTON SHEETS ELAINE MARIORIE STORES Dist. Science Fair 1,2,3,4 State Science Fair 1,2,3 Science Club 1 Boys State 3 Student Council 1 Football 2 Intramural Basketball 1,2 Trouble Shooting 3 Class Play 3,4 Class Sec. 4 Librarian 3,4 DENNIS FRANKLIN SONNEMAKER Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3 Basketball Co-Capt. 4 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4 Student Council 3 Band 1,2,3 Pep Band 1 Musical 1, 3 Class Play 3 ARTHUR RUSSELL TAFT Choir 2, 3 Band l, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2 Football 3, 4 Wrestling 3, 4 Wrestling Co-Capt. 4 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3 State Choir 3 Musical 1, 3 Football 3 Lettermen 's Club 3 Wrestling 3 Class Play 3 Grade School Coach 4 RAYMOND OLIVER STROMAN JOSEPH VINCENT TAULE Class Officers The Senior Class Officers are, from Left to Right: Elaine Stores-Sec- retary, Tom Hilliard-Treasurer, Vicki Minnich-Vice President, and Dennis Bergstrom-President. These Officers contributed a great deal to a very successful year. Boys and Girls Staters NUNTANA MUNTANA nnmmux The 1965 Delegates to Treasure Girls State are, from Left to Right, BOTTOM ROW: Jean Mau- ritsen and Sue Iansky. The Delegates to Boys State are, from Left to Right: Jim Kimmet, Ron Kimmet, Brian Barrows, Ron Sheets, and Herb Karst. Jr. Prom - I96 The 1965 Junior Prom was held on May 1. The theme, "ln the Misty Moonlight", was depicted with a large moon and several clouds above the bandstand. The colors used for the decorations were two different shades of blue. , QUEEN LUANNE BLAIR "In the Misty Music was by the Paisley Combo. A large crowd helpeu r I A unique feature of the 1965 Prom was that it was a programmed dance. A very large crowd came and enjoyed the fine music. The highlight of the evening was the crowning of King Bud Baldwin and Queen Luanne Blaire. This was followed by the Grand March. I KING BUD BALDWIN Vloonlightu the Prom a success, Dancing was enjoyed by young and old alike The group of singing seniors pictured at right enter- tained the student body at the Christmas program sponsored by the Student Council. Ron and Rick, pictured at the right, show how to en- joy a dance to the fullest extent. Art Taft, pictured at the piano, tries to liven up a school dance during the musicians' break. Co-sponsored by: OILFIELD LUMBER COMPANY -CUT BANK LOVENESS FURNITURE-CUT BANK U mf 'wa xi' mmf .xwv Sid Aschim Ray Ballew Lee Barrows Pat Berthelote Dale Bucher Sue Carpenter Brenda Dahl Class Glenda Danbrook mn, Dave Dwello QL to RJ President Kelley, Secretary U- X Hanford Gallup deen McLachlan, and Sponsored by: PEOPLE'S MARKET - Kevin Larry Hofland Sherry Hurlbert Jennifer Jansky Virginia Johnson CEYS Barrows, Treasurer. President Bryce oliey not pictured.5 Diane Kelley Lyle Kohles Deni Lawrence Arlene Lukkasson Susan Maddock Fred McLachlan Sponsored by: OILFIELD LUMBER COMPANY - Kevin Udeen McLachlan Carol McNett Linda Olson Roxie Paisley I3 Jim Peers Vicki Peterschick Leslie Prlndle Terry Roark Ryan Robison Sharon Schock Mr. Ouellette Class Sponsor Co-sponsored byg TURNER AGENCY-SHELBY MARIAS RIVER ELECTRIC CO-OP-SHELBY John Sloan Rudy Suta Marsha Swenson Mary Taule Talk about Beat! ! The Pace Factory Cynthia Thompson Bryce Tolley Jim Tomayer Darold Tomsheck Sammy Tyra Linda Welch Janis Wood Co-sponsored by: HILLIARDS BAR-OILMONT OILFIELD SUPPLY COMPANY OF OILMONT Taking bows after the Junior Play, frightj Had a bad day in T81I, Weaser? Sadie Hawkins sock Contest Qleftj Dressed in their Sunday best? Sophomores Nancy Danbrook Steve Escallier W! iii tri ' afbflw A 1 J . George Danielson Wendy Carrico 1 Gail Christensen Greg Clouse James Dahlen Class David Evenson Linda Fowler Chuck Hallingstad Sponsored by: STATE FARM INSURANCE - Cut Bank fL to RJ Vice President Du Kelley, Secretary-Treas- David Holland Jeanne Holtz Ron Jensen Tim Jolliffe CBFS Patty Sanderson, and Mike Miner. Don Kelley Gary Kiefer Allen Linnell Ioan Lorenzen Paulette Luckenbill Sponsored by: FASHION CLEANERS - Cut Bank Kelly Lukkasson Steve Mitchell John Moffat Earl Neuser Marian Neuser Sharon Norling Doug Oliver Jeanette Premo Sponsored by: BANK OF GLACIER COUNTY-CUT BANK Lanette Maxwell Gary McDermott Louella Meyers Mike Miner Mr. Haines--Sponsor Gary Richmond Jo Layne Rodgers Patty Sanderson Carol Shure Ronald Smith Judy Sonnemaker Patty Spencer Carla Stroman Lyla Tomsheck r David Turner Trying to pick up some extra change, Louella? Bob Wing Sponsored by: LARSON'S MEN'S WEAR-CUT BANK Drama at Its Best The cast awaits the opening curtain. In these pictures, the under- classmen are demonstrating their dramatic ability. The frosh put on the production "The Hangman's Loose and the sophomores follow- ed with "Sunday Costs Five Pesos". 1 Marie Styren is frightened by a ghost. Nancy Danbrook gets a Spanish-type kiss from Spider, P, Doughty, M, Fargher, M. Styren and E. Neuser may someday be on Broadway. These smug dramatists show a job well done Freshmen Peggy Doughty Gregory Egbert Dwayne Enneberg Fay Erickson Mira Fargher Carmel Gallup Sponsored by: WHITE'S MARKET AND LAUNDERAMA - Sunburst Debbie Allan JoAnne Alstad Diane Aschim Barry Atkinson Albert Baldwin Thomas Balf Marlene Bird Bill Byrne '4 l Class KL to Ry John Sveum President. Mary Kimmet Secretary, Dian A Dan Gillespie Wayne Gillespie Barry Green Charlene Grosser Kay Grosser Pauline Hahnrast Nancy Horgus Karen Jansky ICSFS Gre Treasurer, g Egbert President. Leslie Jansky Raymond Jensen Mike Johnson Pat Johnson Gary Kimmet Mary Kimmet Sponsored by: xl COUTTS MOTORS fA.L. HOMERJ - Courts, Alberta Vicki Paisley Marlys Ridley Jack Roark Ronnie Robison Steve Scalese Rick Schock Sponsored by: EARL'S TEXACO - Sunburst Brad Lawrence Lance Lerum Gail Linnell Gene Luckenbill Connie Lukkasson Linda McA1pine Mary Moffatt Paul Nichols For their pa in the frosh initiation, Randy Sheets Leonard Shure Mike Spencer Alanna Stoltz Arlyn Stoltz Francis Styren Marie Styren John Sveum olly and Bert .ng the chool song Richard Waits Dixie Welch Randy Whitt Mr. McAllister Karen Wiegand Dean Young Sponsored by: MEAGHER'S SHOPPING CENTER - Sunburst 3- af Epi 3 49 These frosh aren't doing what you may think. They are having a relay using oranges under their chins Crightj. This yea.r's freshman class lines up in the gym for their initiation Qleftj. "I'11 bet Mr. Mauritsen fleftj becomes the first all-American to play trombone for the New York Philharmonic Symphony!" "The object of the game is to keep a a straight face, Vicki!" C0-sponsored by: THE FASHION-SHELBY BLUMFIELD'S ELECTRIC SHOP-SHELBY -.i?1QHiE8Z!NiR6H Ei 3wW2HW?ME 1 -s. , -- . . GERMAN II LIBRARIANS ENGLISH I ENGLISH II Languag The language-arts courses of- fered at NTCHS are varied and in- teresting. They include the four years of English, German, and composition. The English students learn both the grarnniatical and the literature side of English be- COMPOSITION rts fore they are allowed to escape the clutches of NTCHS. The Ger- man students do all sorts of inter- esting things like German plays. And, the composition class gets the opportunity to demonstrate writing ability. ENGLISH III ENGLISH IV GENERAL MATHEMATICS The students taking Algebra I study such topics as set theory and how to solve linear equations frightj. Mathematics For Mr. Ouellette discusses a math problem with one of these students who are taking this freshman pre-a1ge- bra course fleftj. ALGEBRA I Sponsored by: SUN AGENCY-SUNBURST ALGEBRA I These students are also students of algebra. Most of them are sopho- mores who studied general mathe- matics as freshmen. i Everyone K , GEOMETRY These sophomores, taught by Mr. Schrammeck, are studying geometry. They are learning to reason with the theorems of mathematics. The students shown at left are studying calculus in C ALC ULUS an optional non-graded course. Taught by Mr. Ouellette, it is being offered for the iirst time at N.T.C.H.S. These advanced mathematics students study trigonom etry, computation and other advanced topics Qbelowl A DVANCED MATHEMATICS Co-sponsored by: PAM'S TEXACO-4-CORNERS FOUR CORNERS CAFE BIOLOGY - The sophomores grew bacteria in agar-agar. Labs are an integral part of the chemist's education Co-Sponsored by: MCCORMICK AGENCY-SHELBY HILINEQGTAJ ELEVATORS-SHELBY EHCB Does something ail you? Take Health and Physiology and find out what it is! Physical Science introduces students to the world of science. Co-sponsored by: MARIAS PACKING COMPANY-SHELBY I. C. PENNEY-SHELBY Commercial Classesi W ! TYPING I BOOKKEEPING 1 By assisting Mr. Lawson, Mr. Schrammeck, and MI. Althoff in their offices, these girls gain valuable office experience. fLeft to right: Vicki Minnich, Terry Roark, Deni Lawrence, Sonja Minnich, Peg Halmrast, and Karen C1ouse.Q t N. .C. .S. TYPIN G II ""',,,....mw 5 ' TYPING I Student Treasurers- -Mona Fargher and Sharon Schock fbackj. Sponsored by: SUNBURST DRUG STORE 59 Manual Skills at WOODWORKING With the class looking on, Mr. Swanson gives an important demonstration of safety precautions to take while using this saw. . . . In the Shop ana DRIVERS' EDUCATION CONSUMERS GAS COMPANY-SUNBURST CO-sponsored by: SUNBURST BUILDERS AND GAMBLES STORE-SUNBURST OIOC0 6 0 Q Q MECHANICAL' DRAWING Mr. Swanson is explaining some of the fine points of a test drawing problem to this group of future draftsmen. n the Classroom. Mr. Thompson and his class qleftj are shown by the drivers training car after returning from an hour of winter practice driving. This class is learning about the dif- ferent kinds of bearing lubricating products used by modern auto me- chanics frightj. TRADES AND INDUSTRY C0-sponsored by: CUT BANK PIONEER PRESS-CUT BANK SERVICE SUPPLY-CUT BANK Socia It might be illegal, so keep your eyes on your own paper, Peg. World History is an elective, and those that take it are deeply interested, as can be seen from this picture. When Mr. Peck tells his American problems and government class to "spre out" Dennis always takes him literally, The Senio All freshmen and sophomores are requir- ed to take physical education. Here we see the opening jump ball of a girls' basketball game, 62 Physical Education The boys also learn the fundamentals of basketball. Rick Frost, one of Mr. Thompson's two assistants, referees this game. Ron Kimmet is the other assist-. 3.1112 Studies Mr. Peck is diligently trying to lecture all sorts of information, perti- nent and otherwise, into his U. S. history c1ass's minds. They all ? listen intently. Fred would much rather make eyes at the cute map are taught everything from of the world, how Democrats are above Republicans to how Mr. Peck can strangle his wife. Homemaking Classes If Mary doesn't watch out, she will run her sleeve under the needle next. Judg- ing from their expressions, he must have been a charming photographer. Miss Sorenson teaches the homemakers of tomorrow the art of sewing. Budding Musicians . .CL .S. Band The N. T. C. H. S. Pep Band can be heard at almost every home ball game. This picture shows them at the basketball tournament cheer- ing the Refiners on to a victory over Choteau. at N.T.C 9 O 9 . .C. .S. Choir The choir officers are: QL to Ry Roxie Paisley - librarian, Sue Jansky - president, Vicki Minnich - secretary, Lanette Maxwell vice president, and Pat Berthelote - librarian. I I-District Choir The following choir members represented the N. T. C. H. S. choir in the A11-District Choir: CLeft to Rightj Jack Johannes fBassj, Deni Lawrence and Bette Johnston fA1tosj, Terry Roark and Sue Jansky fSopranosj, and Jim Kimmel: fTenorj, Ron Kimmet qTenorj and Brian Barrows fBassj are not pictured. One of Mr. Mauritsen's many Art Taft, one of several students duties is giving band lessons. working on solos, is shown practic ing his trumpet. X Athletics Ray Ballew - Distance runner Co-captain Sponsored by: HUSKY HOUSE CAFE 880 yard relay team - Steve Hoppes, Ron Kimrnet, - SUNBURS T I965 Track 3' zifil ' - Steve Hoppes - Javelin 68 Bryce Tolley and Ray Stro- man.C1. to IJ Team w 4 If Rick Frost - Hurdles Co-captain Sponsored by: TOOLE COUNTY STATE BANK-SHELBY os- X 'sv Ron Kimmet - Javelin 69 Ray displays his championship form in a triangular meet at NTCHS. In a contest of strength Chuck takes his turn. DOUG KELLEY s s X RAY STROMAN BRYCE TOLLEY I965 N.T.C. . . Refiners NTCHS Coaches: QL. to RJ Mr. Lloyd Clark, Mr. Tom Peck, and Mr. Curt Thompson CO-sponsored by: CAPITOL CAFE-SHELBYQ BEN TAYLOR-SHELBY 7l RON KIMMET A11-conference Guard DOUG KELLEY A11-conference End Co-captain as Q ,F a '21 , g:'E':Q5 'S N 7 :JT , ss:- ff 3 Il V RAY STROMAN A11-conference Halfback RICK FROST A11-C0l'1f6ICf1Ce Quar- terback Co-captain 72 ' co-sponsored by: PONDERA DRUG AND JEwELERsg CONRADg SHELBY MOTOR COMPANY ge 'iii x i' "3 5 l 1' 1 .-. .L W BRAIN BARROWS - Tackle . JIM KIMMET - A11-conference Center nil Q , c ff r e if BRYCE TOLLEY - A11-conference Halfback LEE BARROWS - Halfback 73 3 of E GARY KIMMET - Quarterback X : RAY BALLEW - End X K X- 5 9, N J STEVE ESCALLIER - Center LYLE KOHLES - Tackle Sunburst Sunburst Sunburst Sunburst Sunburst Sunburst Sunburst Sunburst FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 1965 6 Shelby 12 26 Valier O 19 Harlem 24 29 Chester '7 19 Fairfield 7 34 Big Sandy 7 3 9 Browning 6 0 Conrad 13 CHUCK HALLINGSTAD - Fullback GN X N JOHN MOFFATT ' End x H , - MH, ' 5 2 f Ngtii ll nr '4 I, A - "" OPPOYITION ,ge 3-1.-9 'if JOHN SLOAN - Guard MIKE MINER - Fullback 75 Wrestling '65 8 '66 Jim Kimmet trying for a. pin. Left - o Co-Captains: Art Taft and Brian Barrows Right - Doug Nichols - 95 lbs. Jack Roark - 103 lbs. 1 Allen Linnell - 112 lbs. Left - Art Taft - 127 lbs. Gail Linnell - 133 lbs. Right - Darold Tomsheck - 138 lbs. Jim Kimmet - 145 lbs. Don Kelley - 120 lbs Left - Dennis Bergstrom - 154 lbs. Brian Barrows - 165 lbs. Right - Dean Young - 180 lbs. Dave Hofland - Heavyweight I 96 -66 Refiners STANDING: Rick Frost, Bob Malberg, Mike Miner, Ray Stroman, Doug Kelley, Jim Peers, Ryan Rob inson, John Moffatt, Ron Kimmet, Chuck Hallingstad, Steve Mitchell, Lee Barrows. KNEELING: Pat Johnson, Mgr. Coach Peck, Francis Stryen. CO-CAPTAINS1 Ron Kimmet and Ray Stroman. BOB MALBERG Y RON KIMMET RICK FROST DOUG KELLEY RAY STROMAN LEE BARROWS BRYCE TOLLEY RYAN ROBISON w 1 CHUCK HALLINGSTAD JOHN MOFFATT JIM PEERS MIKE MINER Q Q u a d 9 ? BACK ROW fl. to IJ - F. Styren, P. Johnson, R. Robison, G. Kimmet, F. McLach1en, I. Sveum, S. Aschim Coach Clarkg FRONT ROW fl. to r.J - G. McDermott, R. Whitt, W. Gillespie, B. Byrnes, B. Lawrence, G. Luckenbill, D. Kelly, S. Mitchell. Sponsored by: MONTANA ELEVATOR COMPANY of SUNBURST Winter Sports Who said football isn't a winter sport? Somebody get that ball!! Boy that arm- pit smells good. Anything iI1IC1'CSIiI1g. Ryan? Come on, fella, give up will ya? Don't bite it, Mayo! Activities Varsity Cheerleaders LANETTE MAXWELL SONJA MINNICH Flag 7ICKI MINNICH - UDEEN MCLACHLAN rers V Cheerleaders From left to right: TOP ROW - Mary Kimmet, Jeanne Holtz. BOTTOM ROW Diana Aschim, Carla Stroman. MONA FARGHER Lettermen's These are the service organizations. ! which provide for much of the social life at N.T.C.H.S. They are also very in- strumental in building the fine school spirit found at our school. The Pep Club and G.A,A, take their membership from all the girls of the school who wish to belong. The Lettermen's Club is composed of all boys who have earned a varsity letter in basketball, football, track, or wrestling. The Lettermen's Club is a service organizatior for the promotion of athletics. To raise money for such projects as buying a whirlpool bath an Pep Club The Pep C1ub's chief duty is to build school spirit by providing the yelling squad for all athletic events. They also sponsor the Homecoming Dance and the Snowball Dance. Club sf blazers, they put on movies, car washes, and i dances. .A.A. The GAA is made up of girls in N,T.C.H.S, who wish to participate in athletics. It gives them a chance to improve in their physical fitness and enjoy themselves in compet itive sports. Homecoming The annual Homecoming Dance was held October 16. Earlier ir1 the day, the N.T.C.H.S. Refiners had played the Big Sandy Pioneers, easily defeating them 34-7. Feeling the elation that comes with victory, everone enjoyed an evening of dancing. Udeen McLachlan and Bob Malberg were chosen as king and queen to reign over the dance. 3 QUEEN UDEEN MCLACHLAN and KING BOB MALBERG l The candidates, from left to right, were: Mike Johnson "Winter Wonderland" and Pauline Halmrast - Freshmen, Mike Miner and Gail was the theme-chosen Christensen - Sophomores, Lee Barrows and Udeen McLach- for the Snowball Dance. lan - Juniors, and Bob Malberg and Patty Bucher - Seniors. Co-sponsored by: CHAMBER'S OILWELL SERVICEg KEVIN Co-sponsored by: H. L. POSTLEWAIT INSURANCE AGENCYg KEVIN 88 nowball The main winter event of the shcool year is the Snowball Dance. This year a queen and three princesses were chosen i from a selection of eight girls instead of the usual king and queen. The dance was held after the Sunburst - Choteau game on December ll. The Christmas decorations and spir- it added much to the enjoyment of the evening. QUEEN VICKI MINNICH The princesses - Carla Stroman, sophomoreg Lanette Max- well, sophomore: Jean Mauritsen, seniorg and queen- Vicki Minnich, senior. Co-sponsored by: DR. D. G. FLETCHER M. D. CONRAD IMPLEMENT COMPANY 89 . Public, s 3 F Sue Jansky, Dan Kimmet, and Clark Schegel are busy doing the most time- con- T suming jobs of putting a yearbook together, B that of laying out the pages. , Members of the Annual staff are, BACK ROW qleft to righry R. Kimmer, D. Kelley, J. Kim-4 met, S. Jansky, M. Lerum, D. Kirnmet, Spot SMI' .5 , A A gigs Refiner staff, STANDING fleft to rightj M. Fargher, S. Minnich K. Clouse, E. Stores, Sponsor, Miss L Heagy,g SITTING Qleft to rightj B. Barrows, D, Kelley, Minnich, P. I-Ialmrest. STANDING, C. Schlegel. CO-Sponsored by: PENNY'Sg OWEN BROTHERS' HARDWARE and SPORTING GOODSg CUT BANK ODS Our Sports Editors, Doug Kelley and Ron Kimmet, are putting the finishing touches on the sports section. 'or M. T. Hainesg FRONT ROW fLeft to rightj , Halmrest, V. Johnson, V, Minnich, S, yra, S, Hurlbert, A. Taft. 6 E 3 E r x 2 5, 1 6 Editors on the Refiner are, from left to right, D. Kelley, M. Fargher, and S, Minnich. Co-sponsored by: UKE'S SPORTS--Great Fallsg ORPHEUM THEATER CO, Shelby The cast gets last-minute instructions from their director, Mr. Mauritsen. "Aunt Cathie, what ever happened? Who did this to you?" Miss Jane gives maid Tilly a rundown on her duties. 92 Aunt Cathie's Cat Miss Jane Trimble- - - - Miss Cathie Trimble- - Bill Pryor ------- Margaret Trimble- - - Dorothy Trimble- - Maria Garcia- - - Jose Garcia - - - Gas Man- - - - - Policeman- - - Elizabeth Pryor- - Tilly Pitts ---- Miss Walker - - - Dead man- - - David Brent- - - Pat Berthelote - Diane Kelley - -Lee Barrows - Roxie Paisley Deni Lawrence Marsha Swenson Fred McLachlan - Bryce Tolley - - Ray Ballew - - Janis Wood -Sharon Schock - - Terry Roark - Jim Tomayer - - -,Tim Peers The junior class play was presented No- vember l9 and 20. An old house, two spin- sters, two livelynieces, one handsome real estate agent, one long-lost love, one dizzy maid, and several suspicious characters add up to a play of comedy and suspense. The three-act play was directed by Mr. Maurit- sen. Sponsored by: BANK OF GLACIER COUNTY CUT BANK Th Rick Dadier - - Anne Dadier - - Josh Edwards - - Solly Klein - - Martha Rily - - B Blackboard Jungle CAST Lois Hammond - - Mr, Small - - Greg Miller - - Artie West - - Jim Taylor - - Antoro Santini - - John Sullivan - Alonzo Diaz - - Morris Abrams ---- Andric Sczepkowski - - - Frankie Moore ---- Juanita ------- Lillian - - - Susan - - Belazi - - - Brian Barrows - -Bette Johnston - - - - Art Taft - -Tom Hilliard - - - -Sue Jansky - -Mona Fargher - - Ron Kimmet - Douglas Kelley - - Ray Stroman - - Jim Kimmet - -Terry Aschim - - Mike Lerum Dennis Bergstrom - - Bob Malberg - - -Lynn Paisley - - Dan Kimmet - Jean Mauritsen - - Peg Halmrast - Sonja Minnich - - - Bruce Sharp The "Blackboard Jungle" was presented by the Rick Dadier fBrian Barrows, instructs his class of young hoodlums at Manual Trades High School. Senior C1333 OU March 25 and 26- II is the SIOTY Of 3 Artie West fRay Stromanj threatens Dadier with a knife young teacher who must prove he is stronger than his during Dadiel-'S English class. class of young hoodlums who come from the slums of New York City. It was directed by Mr. Haines. The pictures at the right were taken during one of the many rehearsals, Josh Edwards fArt Taftj looks at one of the records his students broke in his music appreciation class. 93 ,,....--- .ng STANDING, L to R: Doug Oliver, Randy Whitt, Gary Kimmet, Mr. Schramrneck Mona Far gher, Herb Karstg SEATED, L to Rf Pat Bertholote, Gail Christensen, Jean Maurrrsen Ron Kimmet, Terry Roark, Jim Kimmet. Q, 1- . I E X X L 4 1 ff ki if E E Q r if A e 4 XX. r e ,r g 4 L to Rf Jean Mauritsen, Sec. -Treas. 3 Mona Fargher, Vice Pres.g Ron Kimmet, Pres. Elementary Facult 5 4 if STANDING, L to R: Mrs. Stoltz, Mrs. Boxwell, Mr. Clark, Mr. Smith, Mrs. Moffat, Mrs. Nichols SITTING, L to R: Mrs. Taft, Mrs. Haines, Mr. Althoff, Mrs. Paisley, Mrs. Ohanesian. Principal MR. AL ALTHOFF A Special Education laa3l. 'fc Left to Right: L. Kimmet, M. Peterson, T. Fagan, Mrs. Ohanesian, J. Peters, L. Kirnmet Kindergarten 1ST ROW, L to R: T. Tomsheck, P. Iohannesen, P. Murray, I. Pelletier, B. Betts, C. Coleman, 2ND: T Sundgren, D. Van Matre, L. Mochel, J. Rankin, M. Danielson, M. House, K. Kiester, D. Kimrnet, 3RD I. Dowty, R. Pace, M. James, P. Haugen, C. Leary, B. Pardun, R. Hannon, C. Stump, P. Benjaminson, not pictured: L. McA1pine, D. Luckenbill, M. Wallewein, STANDING: Mrs. Schrammeck M33 at 2 f Q Second Grade FRONT ROW fL to Ry: M. Stump, M. Mauritsen, D. Dalberg, R. Betts. SECOND ROW: L. Johnson, L. Smith, P. Peck, S. Ore, R. Sveum, S. Smith. THIRD ROW: R. Berry, M. House, R. Sutin, J. Johannsen, S. Linnell, S. Luckenbill. FOURTH ROW: M. Davis, K. Schrarnmeck, L. Simshaw, T. Suta, T. Coolidge. STANDING: Mrs. Taft. First Grade eh. W BOTTOM ROW QL to RD: M. Raemaker, I. Suta, R. Richmond, L. Johnson. SECOND ROW: C. Dowty, J. Gillespie, G. Moffatt, B. Johannsen. THIRD ROW: D. Styren, E. McAIpine, T. Luckenbill, L. Kohles. M. Wallewein, L. Hammer. FOURTH ROW: T. Dowty, T. Egbert, M. McGee, C. Benja- minson, L. Atkinson. FIFTH ROW: D. Stump, V. Dalberg, V. Van Matre, L. Meagher. STANDING: Mrs. Moffatt. Fourth Grade FRONT ROWQL to RJ: M. Alme, A. Kohles, M. Swensen, R. Meduna, C. Luckenbill, L. Suta, B. Simshaw. BACK ROW: W. Williams, C. DeKoning, M. Prindle, C. Harlan, T. Sutin, J. Aschim, W. Paisley, B. Betts, T. Iohannsen, I. Aschim, B. Tomsheck, T. Anderson, J. Schrammeck, R. Sveum, D. McAlpine, D. Moffatt. Mrs. Haines, teacher. Third Grade BACK ROW: T. Van Matre, I. Murray, T. Meyer, B. Kjos. I. Gray. SECOND ROW: G. Rankin, M. Styren, L. Pardun, R. Pelletier, C. Spencer, L. Mochel. THIRD ROW: I. Ore, S. Kimmet, S. Peck, T. Meagher, K. Kleinert, D. Kimmet. FOURTH ROW: F. Welch, T. Cline, N. Iohannsen, D. Heilman. Mrs. Stoltz, teacher. Sixth Grade .. hx, .... "nfl 1- f. af gel. a. . fm- R., i V. ,Q .,...-.wa I BOTTOM ROW, Left to Right: R. Moffatt, M. Peck, S. Ore. SECOND ROW: R. Cline, D. Kleinert, D. Smith, W. Gillespie. THIRD ROW: G. Beeson, R. Tomsheck, C. Holtz, R. Swensen, H. Coolidge STANDING: B. Cline, M. Neuser, D. Suttin, I. Sveum, G. Meyers, B. Iolliffe, R. Richmond, S. Pais ley, P. Aschim, C. Ashworth, and Mr. Clark, teacher. Fifth Grade BOTTOM ROW, Left to Right: I. Pelletier, K. McAlpine, T. Hannon, W. Stroman. SECOND ROW: D. Peterson, K. Luckenbill, R. Styren, G. Jolliffe, H. Cline. THIRD ROW: G. Kimmet, P. Murray, D. I-Iurlburt, B. Williams, R. Meduna. FOURTH ROW: S. Leary, R. Norling, D. Simshaw, D. McNett, T. Alme. STANDING: Mrs. Paisley, teacher, D. Larson, K. Spencer, P. Moffatt, E. Escallier, K. Rankin, I. Berry, L. Clark, M. Coolidge, B. Gillespie. l00 Eighth Grade BOTTOM ROW, Left to Right: S. Maxwell, C. McNett, E. Moffatt, G. Mielke. SECOND ROW: P. Kimmet, A. King, L. Larson, C. Luckenbill, M. Maines. THIRD ROW: L. Escallier, R. Fauque, D. Hammer, D. Hurl- burt, M. Jansky. FOURTH ROW: R. Aschim, B. Olson, C. Dunk. STANDING: G. Anderson, C. Simshaw, D. Ore, S. Alme, C. Clark, L. Sonnemaker, S. Pelletier, C. Swenson, C. Olson, I. Norling, and Mr. Smith, teacher. Seventh Grade ll BOTTOM ROW, Left to Right: M. Berry, F. King, R. Gillespie, B. Hallingstad. SECOND ROW: R. Holland, D. Hofland, L. Hurlburt, A. Styren. THIRD ROW: D. Kohles, R. Linnell, S. McAlpine, M. Meyer. FOURTH ROW: M. Richmond, F. Roark, I. Schlegel. STANDING: Mrs. Boxwell, teacher. IOI "Wildcats" A SQUAD: TOP ROW - L. Larson manager, C. Dunk, J. Sveum, R, Fauque, P. Kimmet, Coach Norman Smith, BOTTOM ROW - M. Iansky manager, R. Aschim, S. Alme, C, Simshaw, E, Moffatt, G. Anderson, C. Clark manager, B SQUAD: TOP ROW - S. Nichols, F, Roark, R. Linnell, D. Kohles, J. Schlegal, B, Halling- stad, L, Hurlburt, M. Berry, Coach Norman Smith. BOTTOM ROW - B SQUAD CHEERLEADERS: R, Holland, S, McA1pine, and A, Styren. ' I I r Sunburst Grade School Band Jr. High Cheerleaders Left to R gh S. Maxwell, D, Hurlburt, Mascot L. Clark, S. Pelletier, D, Hammer, and M, P ADVERTISERS CONRAD Drakes Drug Store Dr. R. C. Amundson Dr. G. C. Collins Robbins Gust Inc. Arnots Furniture and Appliances Martin Jewelry Modern Shoe Shop Porter S. Cannon, M.D. Luce Hotel Safeways Dr. Chris E. Berg - Optometrist William Hadcock Dr. Robert S. Hamilton, M.D. Reo Motors Courtesy Ford Sales Inc. Wright Chevrolet Company Conrad Motor and Tire Company Fleet Wholesale Supply North Montana Machinery Company Conrad Production Credit Association Big Sky Equipment Company KEVIN Kevin Machine Works Hill Top Repair Bert's Place Art's Barber Shop Rim Rock Service CUT BANK Dr. Pederson - Optometrist Good-Tabaracci Insurance and Realty Dentists: Jones 85 Jones Big Sky Motors Glacier Coffee Shop Big Sky Cafe Brandvold Music Store S Kc Q Hardware Ben Franklin Safeways Cut Bank Hotel Cut Bank Mercentil Farmer's Trading Company Furniture Mart Cut Bank Trailer Sales Stables Bar Dave's Drug Buttrey Foods Point Drive-In State Theater 8a Derrick Drive-In First National Bank of Cut Bank Coast to Coast Cut Bank Green House - Moreen Murphy Motors Orpheum Theatre Company I04 NORTHERN Mint Bar Tip Top Cafe - Sunburst Joanne's Beauty Shop - Sunburst Ray's Machine and Welding Shop - 4-Corners 4-Corners Bar - 4-Corners Sweetgrass Service Garage - Sweetgrass Roclger's Variety Shop - Sweetgrass Western Star Motel - Sweetgrass Emils Cafe - Sweetgrass Glocca Morra Cafe - Sweetgrass Glocca Morra Bar and Motel - Sweetgrass Mars Department Store W. F. Moberly Inc. - Sweetgrass Norman Jensen Inc. - Sweetgrass Texaco Bulk - Sunburst Oilmont Bar - Oilmont Hillview Barber Shop - Coutts Esso Motor Inn - Coutts Bud's Barber Shop - Milk River Ferdig Store - Ferdig SHELBY ' Art's Thunderbird Service 49er Drive-In Shelby Floral and Gift First State Bank Western Furniture S 8a Q Hardware F 8a S Drugs The Homesteader G 85 G Lanes and Lunch Counter Ed's Northside Chevron Buttrey Foods O'Haire Manor Shea's Motel Corwin Motor Company Inc. Gambles Lucky Thirteen Phannsmith Teegardens K 84 T Hardware Addy Motor Company Shelby Promotor Norm's Enco Service Shelby Times Stu11's Jewelry Maxies Bakery The Mint Bar Dr. E. H. Sundermeier Jack and Jill Shop Main Barber and 'Beauty Shop THE STAFF MEMBERS OF THE 1966 "CAP- ROCK" WISH TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNI- TY TO THANK ALL OF THE PARTICIPAT- ING SPONSORS FOR MAKING THIS YEAR- BOOK POSSIBLE. , 15. 5 A . 1 V. v' ! fee ' , xt' ' 1 V l 1 ' -x. rf ' , , N. u tv! 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