Stevensville High School - Yellowjacket Yearbook (Stevensville, MT)
- Class of 1928
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of Stevensville High School
the people of Stevensville
who have loyally supported us in all
of our activities during the
C. W. MCMULLIN, Suptg Geometry, General Science.
ROBERT ARTHUR NElL, Coachg Commercial Law, Commercial Arith-
metic, Economics, Sociology, Typewriting.
AAMELIA B. BUTTERWORTH, English I and II, Civics, Business English.
LUCILE BROWN, Latin I and ll, Physics, Algebra.
ROSETTA B. SYLTEN, English III and IV, Public Speaking, World
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I EE METCALF ..,.,.,,, ,.........,...,.,..,......... ,.,.,.,.......A..... P r esident
EDWARD SULLIVAN ........ ...,....A.......,.,..,....,, V ice-President
HERBERT KESTER. .....,...........K..., Secretary and Treasurer
EDWARD SULLIVAN ....... ,.,. ......................,.........,.. P 1' esident
IDA MOORE ,,.,,...,,...,..,.......,.......,.,.........,.,.,....... Vice-President
MILDRED HAGEN ......, ....,..... S ecretary and Treasurer
"Tonight we launch: Where shall we anchor?"
Blue and Gold
"BeHer late than never. "
President of Senior Class
Representative to governing
Vice-present of association
Vice-president of Class 2
Boy's Vocational COI1f6l'CllCC
"I chatterg chatter as I go."
Class Vice-president 4
Secretary of Association 4
Representative to governing-
Dramatlcs 2-3-4. Declam 3
Honor Society, Vim Club
Annual Staff 4, Gleg Club
St. Ma.ry's Staff 4
Representative g1r1's vocational
congress 4. Class seen-Lm'y 3
"Innocence abroad. "
Class president 2
Class :secretary and
Glee Club 2-3
St. 1Vhu'y's SI.::l'I'.
"Small in stature but mighty indeed."
President of association 3
Vice-president of association 2
Annual Staff 4, "S" Club
Representative to association -1
Football 2-3-4, Honor Society
Basketball 2-3-43 Capt., 3
Track 3, Capt., 4
Boy's Vocational Conference 4
"Napoleon was short, too."
Transferred from Milan High
"Oh, happy accident that brought you
Transferred from Missoula
High School 4
St. Marys Staff,
-'Has the gift of speech that gains him
President of association 4
Secretary of association 3
Class president 1-3-4, "S" Club
Annual Staff 4, Debate 2
St. Mary's Staff 4 Honor Society
Representative to association 2--L
Football 2-3-4, Capt.. 4
Boy's Vocational Conference
"Quiet in dass, hui powerful in grade"
Representative to g1rl's Voca-
MILD RED FE'l'Clil:ZR
"Sho that was :wer fair and nvucr
"Tested and neuer found wanting."
Transferred from Victor High 4
'Silence is more eloquent than words
"Hang sorrow, care'll kill n ml."
St. Marys Staff
Secretary of association
Representative to governing
"A strong man in many ways."
Tiansferred from Gunnison Valley
High, Gunnison. Utah.
"Her life was earnest work, nu! play."
Transfered from Missoula
"There's a wee faull they waufd lay
to me. I love the Iaddies, God for-
Transferred from Guernsey High
"A friend worth having."
Bcy's vocational conference 4.
"She speaks, behaves and ads just as
she oughl. "
'lxI'2lIlSf61V1'6d from Morris High
SL. Ma.ry's Staff.
"A ll great men aw dying and I don?
feel very well myself "
Class president 2
Rc'pi'cstntat-ive to Vocational
l'u11a'5:i' sbudanl association 3-1.
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Early in September in the year of l924 a class entered the
Stexensville High School that was perhaps as green as any class than
had ever graced the doors of that venerable institution. But they
rapidly showed that they were destined for greater things than being
the greenest Freshmen on the campus. They soon learned when they
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were to go to class and when they were to stay in the assembly, this
much accomplished they proceeded to make things interesting for the
teachfng staff composed of Principal Pontius, Supt. Sharp, Miss Corn-
well, Miss ildargent and Miss Fulton. The Freshmen were given a
recepton by the upper-classmen and save for the punishment dealt out
to them this is the only time a Senior, junior or Sophomore deigned to
it -t'ce cne of the younger generation.
The next year we came back determined to show ourselves in our
true colors. Our year of servitude was over and it was now our turn
to make some poor ignorant Freshman suffer. We also began to take
part in the activities of the school. Three of the members of the class
made football letters and the same number made the basketball team.
lVlany of the girls were on the glee club and some of our students were
officers in the student association. This year the teaching staff was
composed of Prin. Reynolds, Supt. Sharp, Miss Isaacson, and Miss
liryer. The Sophomores were generally conceded to be the peppiest
class in school and pranks and foibles kept the whole school in hot
water time after time. We managed to keep all together until the
end of the year and were passed fthat is the most of us werej into
another and a higher grade.
The third year the class of '28 came back to S. H. S. to make
a big record. The faculty for that year was Mr. McMullin, Mr.
Neill, Miss Bailey, Miss Leach and Miss Brown. Ruth Hildebrand,
Mildred Hagen, lda Moore, Clytia Hames, and Edith Maggini were
the girls from our class who took part in the Girls Glee Club. Ida
Moore, Ruth Hildebrand, Claude Taylor, Herbert Kester, Edward
Sullivan, and Edith Maggini were those from the class of '28 who
took part in the three act play, "Engaged by Wednesday" which was
a great success. This was the first year that S. H. S. entered into
the one act play contest. Claude Taylor, Mildred Hagen, and Ida
fVloore were those from our class who took part in the play. Vlfe
lead three boys who made a letter in football that year. They were
l..ee Metcalf, George Hall, and George Wickham. Lee Metcalf and
George Hall went out for both basket ball and track this same year.
A new feature, the Student Governing board, was organized in
As Seniors we turned to old S. H. S. with more vim and de-
termination then ever to reach that "Goal"-Graduation. The fac-
ulty for our last year was composed of Mr. McMullin, Mr. Neill,
Mrs. Sylten, Miss Butterworth, and Miss Brown. Ida Moore, Mil-B
dred Hagen, and Naomi Stuart were the seniors from our class who
took part in the one act play "The Burglar." Homer Schuchmann,
George Hall, Lee Metcalf, George Wickham, and Morris Strange
were the boys from our class who took part in football and helped
win the County Championship. George Hall, Morris Strange, and
Lee Metcalf also went out for basketball and helped win this cham-
pionship also. These same boys took their parts in track. This
was the first year for several years that the class put out an annual
which proved a great success. This ended our happy and jolly days
in S. H. S.
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Q-1 Realizing that we the Senior Class of l928, have to journey
on our way to make rocm for the coming of the new generations and
that it is impossible for us to take all the luxuries of school life with
us. we do will and bequeath the following:
FIRST to the Juniors, the Senior class as a whole bequeaths
the high and exalted position held by them during the past year.
SECOND to the Sophomcres we do will and bequeath all the
mumps, measles, chicken pox, whooping cough and spotted fever
we have had while in High School.
THIRD to the Freshman we leave our individuality, pride.
poise, and popularity.
FOURTH we also leave the following separately and indi-
vidually: TO WIT:
l. Lee Metcalf leaves his wit to Warren Gavin. Also his re-
sponsibilities as editor of the paper to any one unfortunate
enough to get them.
2. Ida Moore is taking Mildred with her so she has nothing
3. Edward Sullivan leaves his excuse blanks to Wallace
4. Dorothy Maynard leaves her vocal talents to Myrna Beardsley.
5. Mildred Fetscheriher regards, regrets, and memories of her
school day romance to Bert Dawson.
6. Earl Gavin betqueaths his ritzy bow ties to Raymond
Fehrenkamp. ' ' -
7. Mildred Hagen leaves her influence with the faculty to those
who need it.
8. Evelyn Haleyleaves her freckle cream to Helen Corley.
.9 Jerl Weber leaves his affection for the girls toiDose Lockridge.
l0. Marie Baunton .leaves her worldly .wisdom to no one.
ll. Morris Strange leaves his perfect marcel to Lewis Whitesitt.
l2. Helen Toth leaves all the good times she has had playing
hookey to Mabel Drew.
l3. 'Naomi Stuart leaves her speed in typing' to Ray Buxton.
I4. .George Hall leaves shoes .overalls to Kenneth
Scott. f l ,A 'L '
l5. Dorothy Barkenbus leaves her blushes to .Russell Lane.
l6. Susie Burton leaves her fourth place in scholarship to whoever
can get it.
I7. Edith Maggini leaves her seat in the detention room to Julia
Metcalf. A '1 .
l8. Shelden Neilson leaves his Physics manual to Carl Lockridge.
I9. And to Spud Wickham the whole class wills its books and
FIFTH we do nominate and appoint Prof. G. W. McMullin, to
be executor of this, our last will and testament, hereby revoking all
previous wills made by us.
In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hand and seal this
sixteenth day of May, A. D., nineteen hundred and twenty-eight.
CLASS OF 28
Signed, sealed and declared as and for their last will and testa-
ment by the above named testators, in our presence who have at their
request, and in their presence, and in the presence of each other, signed
cur names as witnesses hereto.
V AMELIA BRooKslE BUTTERWORTH
' ROSETTA BAILEY SYLTEN '
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FLORENCE CAMPBELL ....,..,,..,....YA..,.....,.A,,... Vice-President
CHARLES LOCKRIDGE ,,A..,A...,,,A Secretary and Treasurer
DEAN ERICKSON.. ,.........,..........,,..,......v,...........,..,.... President
VVALLACE LAMOREUX .,,.,......,..................,,.. Vice-Presideni
LORETTA NELSON ,.......,,.. ...,,.. S ecretary and Treasurer
"Onward ever, Backward never."
Red and white
Red and White Roses
Mary Avery Lauri-i Franks llnrothy McKittrit'k
Eliznhf-th Bailey Lucille Gavin Loretta Nelson
Myrna Reardsley Warren Gavin Jeanette Pearson
llert Dawson Nicholas Grenfell Ethel Porch
Mabel Drew Katherine Hench Letha Smith
Haan Erickson Elizabeth Higgins Lewis Whitesitt
lllive Fehreukmnp Wallace Lamoreux Ruth Whitsettt
Hurhara Fe-lber RuSsell Lane Ruth Woml
Russell Fonst Ruby Lien Theo orv Wivkham
Raymond l"elirenkatnp'- l'h:irlet-t Lmrkridpgo
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VENNA HOWEY. , . , . .Presidexu
HARVEY JOHNSON. .,.. .,.,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , , ,VICE-PfBS1d8f1f
NORMA FITZGARRALD.. ...,,,, Secretary and Treasurer
GEORGE HOLLIBAUGH, ,,,,. ,, . , . . .,,. , , ,, ,,Pres1deno
LILLIAN MUNGER ..,.,......,,.. .. .. ,.,,, A,,.,,,, ,,,,, , V 1ce-Presxdenz
NORMA FITZGARRALD ......,. .Secretary and Treasurer
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CARL LYBARGER ,...... .,..,..,...,,...,....... V ice-Presidens
FRANCIS ALLEN ,........,.,...,.......,,... Secretary and Treasurer
DOROTHY BAILEY ......,......,... ,................,.,.........,.. P resident
LA VERNE PALMER ,.,...... ,.......,...........,.... V ice-President
KENNETH AVERY ........ ..,,,, S ecretary and Treasurer
Cerise and Silver
Kennelh Avery Dorothy Hagen Iluwurll Roslyn
Dorothy Hailey lflllllil' Higgins lim- Sanders
Vernon Hnrgf-smi Hayle Higgins Elsie Bell Str:-he-I
llny Hnrfon .I lIfI9,Hll1lP'll'Illlll Joe Sire-bel
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The Honor Society
St. lVlary's Staff
THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIA TION
The Students' Association is the largest organization in High
Schccl. The fees are 51.25 a semester. There was almost a
hundred per cent membership this year. The executive officers are
elected by the whole Student Body. The classes are represented
by two representatives, one elected each semester and one yearly
All cther officers are elected for one semester.
Officers for The Students' Association '
OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
President Lee Metcalf Russell Foust
Vice President Russell Lane Edward Sullivan
Secretary Ida Moore Dorothy Maynard
Manager Earl Gavin Earl Gavin
Senior Representative Edward Sullivan Lee Metcalf
Junior Representative Loretta Nelson Bert Dawson
Sophomore Representative Harold Whitesitt Lewis Miller
Freshman Representative Vernon Borgeson Carl Lybarger
Yearly Class Representatives
Georae Hall , , , ,...., , ,, ,,,. , ,, ,, ,, , ., . .. ,. ,H Seniors
Charles Lockridge ,...,., .. JU1'1i01'S
Julia Metcalf ,..,,. ..,.,. A ,. ,..,, . rr..r.. ,.., , .. ,.,,...,, ,, .,...,. ,. ,, ,, , , Sophomores
Philip poindexger ,s,.A,,,V,AAA,,AA,,,,V,s,,,,As,A,,,,,, ,,,,,, S ,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, s,,, r .,r.,. . Freshmans
Mr. McMullin, Permanent Facility Advisor
THE HONOR SOCIETY
This year a Torch Honcr Society was started in the school
for the first time in the school's history. The members of the Torch
Honor Society are selected on a basis of three merits, scholarship,
service, and character. This being the first year fcr the society,
there are not as many members as will be expected in the future
The members of the society are:
Loretta Nelson, President Ruby Lea, Vice President
Ida Moore Cecelia Rome, Secretary Lee Metcalf
Wallace Lamoreux Margaret Franks
George Hall Laura Franks Venna Howey
Mae Johnson Dorothy Bailey
The "S" club is composed of all the boys who have won their
letters in High School. The purpose of the organizatian is to stim-
ulate interest in the athletic teams and other High School activitiest
also to financially support the various teams. This year the club
guaranteed basketball, helped to finance track and contributed toward
THE VIM CLUB
The Vim Club is an organization to promote interest in High
School activities and to boost the athletic teams and pep up the school
generally. The Vimmers contributed to the annual by giving a big
'Carnival Dance." Members of the club are chosen for their school
spirit and willingness to give their share of work and t'me to the club.
Helen Corley is President, and julia Metcalf is Manager.
This is one of the student services sponsored by the Students'
Association. Dr. Palmer is the instructor and several students have
taken advantage of his services to further equip themselves in the
feld of music. The Orchestra was kept busy all year playing at
the class programs and in the assembly. Early in the year they
gave a recital to raise funds for music. The pieces represented are:
Violin, trombone, saxaphone, baritone, cornet and piano.
THE ST. MARY'S STAFF
Editor ........................................ Lee Metcalf
Assistant Editor . . . . . Ida Moore
Cartoonist .... . . . Russell Lane
Literary . . . . . . Loretta Nelson
Sports ....... . . Helen Corley
Exchange ..... . . . Mary Avery
Senior Reporter ..., .. Mildred Hagen
junior Reporter ...... .... L aura F ranks
Sophomore Reported ........... ............. L illian Munger
Freshman Reporter ........................... Dorothy Hagen
'l-ypists, ...... Dorothy Barkenbus, Dorothy Maynard, Helen Toth
Editor ..... .................... . . . Lee Metcalf
Manager ...... .... E arl Gavin
Assistant Editor . George Hall
Literary ...... ...... I da Moore
Sports ...... . . . Eclwarcl Sullivan
Art . . ..... Russell Lane
jokes . .... Mildred Hagen
ONE ACT PLA Y
This year the school presented the "Burglar" at the county one
act play contest in April. The cast was as follows:
Lucile Gavin ........ ..... ..... ..... .... E. d i t h
Mildred Hagen . . . . Freda
Ruth Whitsett .... . . . Peggy
Icla Moore ..... .. Valerie
Naomi Stuart . . . . . Mabel
This year we have had very successful athletic teams. Stevens-
xille High School is very proud of her record inasmuch as this is
perhaps the first time for some years that her athletes have performed
as well. Our undefeated football team easily won the county cham-
pionship by defeating all her opponents twice, once at home and once
away from home, and in addftion beat Corvallis. the team that finished
in second place, three times. The season's score of l75 points to
cur opponents l8, tells the story.
Basketball was quite as successful. The Yellowjacket team
swept through the opposition like a hurricane, finishing the season three
full games ahead of her closest competitor.
In track we also put out a strong team, our squad losing a closely
contested meet to Florence-Carlton by a score of 45 to 42. Although
we did not win the championship we did cop the relay cup to give us
a record of three major athletic victories for the year.
LEE IVIETCALF, Captain, R. Tackle
Lee filled the place of captain as few others could, always
giving pep to his team and fighting hard. Lee also was a fine
tackle, showing his ability in every game by making some tackles of
exceptional quality, causing the apponents to lose many yards time
and again. Three cheers for our captain!
BERT DAWSON, Captain-elect, L. Halfbacff
Bert was one of the cleverest halfbacks in the county. l-lt
could always be depended upon to make the needed yard or two.
His defensive play was also remarkable. He was one of the best
tacklers on the team and his blocking was something to remember.
He'll be back next year leading the Orange and Black.
GEORGE HALL, Quarterback
"Cupid" was recognized all over the state as a star of the firsi
water. His open field running was a thing of beauty. and his field
generalship a thing to rave over. As a tribute to his ability he made
the second all-state and was made captain of the team. He's
cne we'll miss next year.
RUSSELL FOUST, R. Halfbaclf
Foust was a ccnsistant ground gainer, always fighting. His
Llccking was particularly good. His all-around general ability
earned him honorable mention on Scott's all-state team. His opera
Held running was a feature of the games. Foust will be fighting
for the Orange and Black again next year.
GEORGE WICKHAM, R. End
"Spud" shown at end this year and was one of the aces of
defense. He invariably turned in play after play and his tackles
'vsiere things of beauty. Always in the middle of every play, he
troke up run after run that seemed destined for a touchdown.
MORRIS STRANGE, Fullbaclf, Cuard
Strange a recruit this year stepped right into a regular position.
The heaviest man on the team, Buster was a bulwark on defense
and dependable on offense.
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CHARLES LOCKRIDGE, Canter
"Dose," as pivct man proved his worth. His record of not
a bad pass all season will stand for quite a While. To his accurate
passing may be attributed much of the success off the team. After
three years of grid warfare, "Dose" will be back again, giving his
best to S. H. S. . D N
RUSSELL LANE, L. Guard
Lane was unlucky this season, dislocating his shoulder before
the first game, but he came back strong in the latter half to hold'
down a regular berth. He's ancther letter man to build a team
around next year. '
HOMER SCHUCHMANN, L. Tackle
'Homer was another player new to the game, but he walked
in and played with the best of them, fighting all the tfme and never
giving an inch. Time after time he stopped furious tackle plays.
would have bowled over 'many a lesser man.
LEONARD 'I-IALL, L. End
"Len" was probably the smallest regular but what he lacked
in size he more than made up in lighting spirit. His flaming carrot
thatch could be seen all over the held in play after play. whether
on the defense or the Offense. s A
FRANCIS ALLEN, Fullbaclg, Guard
"Smutt" was the Freshman's pride. His gameness would permit
him to stop at no obstacle. Line thrust after line thrust was stopped
by him, and in the backfieldhe hit like a ton of brick.
"' GERALD KIERNS, Guard
Until "Bus" was hurt he held down the regular guard position,
but hurt or not he was always ready to go on the field, and fight
it up withsmeny in much better condition. '
LOUIS MILLER, Guard
"Lou" was small but that never daunted him. Always
ready to goin and fill any position "Lou" charged into men twice
his size and put them out of the play in very nice shape. "Lou"
has two more years ahead of him to show his caliber.
KENNETH AVERY, End
Avery was ancther Freshman who turned out for the good of
the team. While he did not play regular he was willing and bids
fair to develop into a very good prospect.
ALBERT BARROT, End
If Al had stayed in school he would have made an excellent
end. As it was he showed up well in the two games he played
and will probably make the first squad if he decides to return to
JOE BUTCHER, Lineman
joe, this year, showed prospects of development into a good
lineman. While not playing regular this year he helped by turn'-
ing out every night to give the team scrimmage.
PHILIP POINDEXTER, Mascot
"Phil" is one of the gamest little roosters that ever donned th:
iroleskins. In practice he worked out like a veteran and on the
trips his size helped to scare the opposing teams into a healthy and
profound respect for Stevensville.
STEv1-:Nsvn.1.E I4: , CORVALLIS 6
September 22, al Hamilton:-Stevensville tangled with Corvallis
as the curtain-raiser for the Fair. Stevensville began her champion-
ship drive by carrying her opponents off their feet. The decisive
manner in which this was done is shown by the fact that Stevensville
made I2 first downs to 2 for Corvallis. Loose' playing as a result
of lack of practice featured the game.
STEVENSVILLE 27: CoRvAL1.ls 6
October 7, at Stevensvillc:--A determined squad from Corvallis
invaded Stevensville to avenge their defeat at the Fair. But they
were met with a tight line and a strcng offense. Poppy of Cor--
vallis smashed over the line after a long march from the center of
the field, but Stevensville matched it when Hall ran thru the whole
team to put the score even. Then two more and a safety put
the game on ice.
STEvENsvu.1.E 599 DARBY 6
October 14, at Sievensville:-Darby invaded the local gridiron
The game started fast but the sparkling offense and iron-bound defense
of the Yellow-Jackets soon proved to be too much for the visitors
and they were bowed under bya flood of end runs, cross bucks and
passes. Strange and Foust distinguished themselves by brilliant runs
and Hall ran 80 yards for a touchdown, one of the longest runs of
S1'EvENsv1LLE 6g HAMILTON O
October Zl, at Slevensville:-In one of the hardest fought battles
of the year Stevensville turned back a crimson invasion by a 6-0
score. This proved to be a battle between the two lines with honors
about even. However two reverse plays turned the tide of battle
in Stevensville's favor, Hall making a touchdown on the second play
after a long run. At one time Hamilton had the ball near Stevensf
ville's goal line but the right tackle held and the ball was given to
Stevensville. Then a penalty put us out of danger. The touch--
down immediately followed.
STEVENS-VILLE 44, DARBY 0
October 28, at Darby:-In the return game with Darby we
almost caught a Tartar, but then the team braced and from then on
was in safety. This game was featured by exceptional teamwork
and brilliant open held running.
STEVENSVILLE l9g CORVALLI5 0
November 4, at Corvafiis:-On the first play after the kick-off
Ccrvallis fumbled on her two yard line giving Steve-Hi the ball. It
took but a moment to make the touchdown. From then to the half
the play was even, but in the second half the Yellow-Jackets came
back like champions and made two more markers. Hall returned
a punt 50 yards to chalk up one of the touchdowns. The play on
both sides was sloppy due to the muddy condtion of the field.
STEVENSVILLE 6g HAMILTON 0
November ll, at Hamilton:-A-ln this last game of the season
the fighting Yellow-Jackets, handicapped by injuries, invaded Ham
iltcn and ended the football season of l927 in a blaze of glory.
Hall could only call signals, while Lane and Allen were also on
the injured list. Dawson single-handed did the offensive work and
made the only touchdown. This game was also played on ax
muddy field thus handicapping Stevensville's running game.
WINNERS OF THE
Lee Metcalf, fCapt.J
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George Hall fCapt.j Lee Metcalf
Russell F oust
S. H. 5. BASKETBALL SQUAD
' GEORGE HALL, R. F.
George could always be depended on to toss a goal in the
pinches. He led the team on offense to take the years scoring honors.
XVe'll miss him next year.
RUSSELL FOUST. L. F.
"Russ" was a forward, who roughed it up for the opposing
team, and he will be with us next year.
MORRIS STRANGE. C. y
lVlorris was a center that had his way when it came to the tip
off. He will be missed in S. H. S. next fall.
LEE IVIETCALF. L. C.
Lee was a guard who gave no one time to shoot as he was
always in the road. He will be gone from under the colors.
BERT DAWSON. R. C.
Bert was not to be fooled with as it was no fooling matter with
him. He will be fighting for the Orange and Black next fall.
DEAN ERICKSON. C.
Eric showed his worth this fall and will be back fighting next year.
LEN HALL, F.
Len, altho small made many a shot that seemed impossible. He
will fight two more years for S. H. S.
WALLACE LPQMOREUX. F.
He came from Iowa and showed his mettle as a forward.
Wallace always fought to the last.
GEORGE WICKHAM, C.
"Spud" made many a boy regret they met, for he was always
in the midst of the thicltet.
RUSSELL LANE. C.
"Harley" was a guard who made it count, for he put all hc
had into the game. He will be with us again next fall.
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STEVENSVILLE I4, LOYOLA 23, At Loyola
To cpen the season we played a fast game with Loyola. Whilf:
our opponents won, Stevensville was conceded the edge in aggressive-
ness and pep.
STEVENSVILLE. 18, F LCRENCE-CARLTON I3, At Slevensville
A much improved team met Florence's threat with a tight defense
to hold them to I3 markers while the local forwards made IB.
STEVENSVILLE I5, LoYoi.A l8, At Stevensville
Playing a return game the Loyola hoopsters grabbed a closely
contested fray by 3 points. The score was tied close throughout
being tied 8 to 8 at the half.
STevE.Nsv1L1.E 26, CoRvALus I7, At Stevensville
Ccrvallis started fast, but the Stevensville defense tightenedg then
tli-e forwards began making points from all over the floor to finish fast.
STEVENSVILLE 24, VICTOR 15, At Victor
Both teams were not up to their usual form, however Stevensvillc
held the game in hand from the tip-off to win handily.
STEVENSVILLE 32, HAMILTON 5, At Stevonsvillo
Late getting started S. H. S. finished fast to take an easy win.
The game was featured by clever guarding and fast floor-work.
STEVENSVILLE 24, DARBY 18, At Stevensville
Exhibiting a more polished team and better team work Stevens-
wille won her fEfth county league game in good shape.
STEVENSVILLE 33, FLORENCE 26, At Florence
In one of the fastest and hardest fought games of the season Ste-
vensville defeated Florence on her home floor by seven points. The
only time the game was in danger was in the third quarter when at
cne time the score was 26-27 in favor of Florence.
STEVENS-VILLE 24, CORVALLIS I6, At Corvallis
F cr the second time Stevensville met the Corvallis threat. At no
time was the local team headed. This victory practically securedythe
championship for Stevensville.
STEVENSVILLE 3l, HAMILTON 6, A1 Setvensville
A fast breaking team overwhelmed her opponents to win decisive-
ly. With a score of 22 to l at the end of the half, Stevensville sent
in her second team to play the rest of the game.
STEVENSVILLE 31, DARBY I5, At Darby
Stevensville kept her record clean to win the county championship
without a defeat by defeating Darby decisively on her home floor.
Tournaments-On her trip to Missoula, Stevensville played three
games, winning from Camas Prairie 39 to I4. She lost her next game
to the speedy Thompson Falls quint 32 to l9. Also losing the last game
to Corvallis I7 to l5.
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S. H. S. TRACK SQUAD
COUNTY TRACK IVIEET
Stevensville placed second in one of the fastest and closest con-
tested meets in several years. From the first it was apparent that
Stevensville and Florence-Carlton were the only contenders. The final
score of the meet was:
FLORENCE 48 STEVENSVILLE 42
CORVALLIS I6 HAMILTON I6
VICTOR 4 .
The point winners for Stcvensville were as follows:
George Hall--who won individual honors with a first place in
the broad jump. a first in the 220 yard dash and a tie for first in both
the fifty and the hundred yard dashes making a total of l8 points.
Russell F oust--won the high hurdles and tied for first in the high
jump and the pole vault with a second in the discus making a total
of I4 points.
Morris Strange--won the 440 yard dash and got third in both
the l00 and the 220 yard dashes, making a total of 7 points.
Lee M etcalf-N-placed second in the 880 yard run making 3 points
A relay team composed of Morris Strange, Warren Gavin. Lee
Metcalf and George Hall running in the order named, won the relay
GIRLS' BASKETBALL SQUAD
THE PLA YERS
RUBY LEA, Captain:-a player of two seasons, won for herself
the honor of being the most cheerful member of the team. She
was also a diligent working guard.
JULIA METCALFQ-a one season player has proved her ability
to do some real heavy guarding on numerous occasions.
ADA WOOD:-also a one season guard has made very swift work
on the floor: other players found it difficult to keep up with her.
LETHA SMITH:-fa forward of two seasons. shoots real sensa-
tional baskets, especially frcm the side lines and corners. Shc
will be with us next year.
KATHERINE HENCHg--a forward of three seasons, whose work
from the foul line is easily better than her team-mates, will also
be back. Her floor wcrk and quick action are also to be
RUTH WHITSETTg-player of two seasons and captain of
twenty-seven has proved to be an indispensable center for her team.
LUCILLE GAVINQ-substitute guard has shown her pluckiness
and grit many times for the team. It is hoped that she will
be on the team next year.
VENNA HOWEYig-substitute forward did good work during the
season and has possibilities for next year.
Games and Scores
STEVENSVILLE 37, FLORENCE-CARLTON 16, At Stevensville
The girls started strong by decisively defeating Florence in
opening game of the season. For a time the score was close but in
second period the girls pulled away to win handily.
STEVENSVILLE 13, CORVALLIS 15, At Stevensville
ln a hotly contested fray the local girls lost a fast game to
Corvallis quint in three extra periods. At the end of the game
score was 13 all.
STEVENSMILLE 19, V1cToR 59, At V ietor
Displaying a decided slump in their form the Stevensville girls
were easily beaten in a loosely played game. The girls for some
reason or other were decidedly off.
STEVENSVILLE 8, HAMILTON 11, At Slcvensville
In a game that was featured by exceptional guarding on both
sides, Hamilton managed to nose out ahead in the last few minutes of
' STEVENSVILLE 22, DARBY 25, At Stevensville
This was another hard-fought fray in which the girls managed to
just barely come in behind. However they showed a great increase in
form over some of their previous games.
STEVENSVILLE 17, FLORENCE-CARLTON 11, At Florence
Repeating their victory earlier in the season the girls again brought
hcme a win from their old rivals, Florence.
STEVENSVILLE 11, CORVALLIS 16, At Corvalls
After leading the first -quarter the local forwards lost their eye
for the basket and again they came out on the short end of the score.
STEVENSVILLE 22, HAMILTON 26, At Stevensville
Holding the future county champions to a four point lead il
lighting girls team showed up to the best advantage of the season.
STEVENSVILLE 24, VICTOR 24, At Stevensville
Playing a tie game the Stevensville girls avenged their former
defeat. However the game was really Stevensville's as one of our bas-
kets was cancelled with no apparent reason.
STEVENSVILLE 13, DARBY 32, Ai Darby
Apparently tired out by the strenuous game the night before
local squad dropped a rough game to the Darby team after several
had been ejected on fouls.
6-School starts. ln for another nine months of drudgery.
I6--Initiation. No wonder the town barbers haven't much
businessg they have too much competition.
Zl-Played the first football game of the season with Corvallis
at the F air. Stevensville won I4 to 6.
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7---We played Corvallis on the home field. 'li' he score was
Z6 to 6 in our favor.
3---"S" Club gave a dance at the theatre.
I4--We beat Darby on the home field 59 to 6.
2l--fWe played Hamilton and beat them 6 to 0.
28'--afWe played the second football game away from home
with Darby: the score was 44 to 0 in our favor.
30vEdward got to Economies class on time this morning. Keep
up the good work, Edward.
5-We beat Corvallis I9 to 0 in our second football game with
them on their own field.
ll-H-Played Hamilton on their own field and beat them 6'to 0.
This ended our foctball season. The Undefeated Heroesl
g 2-The "S" Club gave another
5--Musical program given by
the H. S. Orchestra.
9--The first basketball game
of the season was played with
Loyola at Missoula: the score
was 23 to I4 in their favor.
l6-Played Florenue on our
home floor and beat them I8 to I5
23-Christmas program, Santa
Clause, and everything.
4-First business meeting of
the Honor Society.
6-Basketball game with Cor--
vallis on our home floor. We beat
them 26 to l7.
ll,-l2,-l3- Semester Exams.
How we envy those who were ex
empt. It pays to be good and studious.
I3---We played Victor on their floor, the score was 27 to I5
in our favor.
l4-The Hamilton game was played on our floor, we beat
them 32 to 5. The "S" Club gave a dance after the game.
I6--The new semester sarts. Here's hoping it won't be like
I9-The Seniors start work on the annual.
20--Darby got beat in the Erst basket ball game with them on
our own flcorg the score was 26 to I7. The first of a series
cf Literary programs was sponsored by the Freshman. Good work
l-reshman you'll be experts by the time you're Seniors.
27-AAnother basketball game with Florence on their flloorg the
score was 35 to 26 in our favor.
30--George H, Lee, Earl, Edward and ,Ierl left for the Boys
Vocational Congress at Bozeman.
game of basketball with Cor- ' X
I0-We played our second
vallis and beat them 24 to l6.
ll-Hamilton got beat again
to-night 31 to 6.
l7-The Sophomores spon-
the second literary pro-
Victor forfeited game.
C2 to OI
l8-We played our last
basketball game of the season
at Darby and beat them 35 to
I5. Basketball season ends
without a defeat by any school
in the county.
ZI ,-22,-23-Tournament at
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I6-Juniors sponsored the
third literary program. They
surely gave us the low down on
2O-- Pictures were
taken for the Annual.
Nothing serious hap-
pened except that Ida,
blew out a fuse the first
30- "Vim" Club
gave a carnival dance.
It was full of pep and
everyone had a large
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7-The Sophomores gave a- party for the ,rest of the school.-
. ' j2 ' I2-The seniors re
X A s ceived their' announce
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xx l3- We learned
something toclay when
Qi e f Mr. MclVlullin: annouc-
'fwfg-: ' f ed that "Lee Metcalf
ski-K 9 f-5 B r was Valadictorian and
' M17 George 1Hall Salutatore-
" '! ian, :Ida Moore third,
xl-.-. ' - i"""+""' and Susie Burton 4th.t
I4-The scholarship contest at Corvallis.:
in the 'county.
Steifensiiille 'got second
- 20-Declamatcry contest at Hamilton. We got first.
8,-9--Semester exams. E
10,-ll-State track meet at Missoula.
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I6-Commencement. "Tonight we launchg Where shall we
, . .ZYHIS EXPLAINS IT I
Earl wrote the following letter to a business firm ordering a razor.
Dear Sirs: Please find ,enclosed,5c for one of your razors, as
advertised, and oblige-Earl Gavin. A - V
P. S. I forgot to enclose the 5c, but no doubt a firm of your high
standing will send the razor anyway.
T he firm received the letter and replied as follows:
Dear Sfr: Your valued order received the other day, and will
say in reply that we are sending the razor, as per request, and hope
that it will prove satisfactory. - 32 '51 l
P. S. We forgot to enclose the razor, but no doubt aman with your
cheek will have no need for it.
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PTI-IE BACHELOR'S TRIBUTE, P
What a lovely-,baby you have lVlrs. Smithflw She's the picture
of health, isn't he? He looks the image of you, especially her eyes.
I-low old is it? Five months? My, what a big baby she is for
his age. Pretty soon he'll be walking,Ywon't it? U
"Did you hear what happened to jones?"
"No, do tell." , . , Q L . s
"He got 'drunk in Veniceiand 'triecl to lie down in the gutterff
Every wcman has. a secret desire to write---checks.
lda lVl.---"How are you coming mth your dieting?"
Mildred H.-"Oh, things are beginning to shape up."
Marie B.--"Would you believe it? I only got forty on that
Helen T.-"My dear, you don't know the half of it."
Can't study in the fall,
Gotta play football.
Can't study in the winter,
Gotta play basketball.
Can't study in the spring,
Cotta play baseball.
Can't study in the summer,
Jerl W.-"I just swatted five Hies, two males and three females."
"How can you tell?"
Jerl-"I got two on the card table and three on the mirror."
Morris S.-"Late hours are bad for one."
Ethel P.-"Yes but they are nice for two."
If ignorance is bliss, how happy some of the S. H. S. flunkers
Miss Butterworth-"What tense is 'I am beautiful'?"
Frosh.-"What is the difference between the death of a barber
and the death of a sculptor?"
Soph.--"One curls up and dies and the other makes faces ancl
Teacher-"What is a skeleton?
Student--"A man without any meat on him."
Mrs. Hall---"There isn't aboy in this town as clever as our boy.
Mrs. H.--"Look at these two chairs. George made them out
out of his own head and he has enough wood left to make an
Earl--"Would you like to go to the show?"
Dorothy lVl.-"Yes l'd like to very much."
Earl--"Then I hope someone asks you."
Mrs. Sylten fin Eng. Lit. classj-"Helen will you please awaken
llarlg I would like to ask him a question."
Lucille--"Am I the breath-olf .yolir life?"
Lucille-"Did you ever try holding your breath?"
Mrs. Sylten-"I am tempted to give this class an examination."
Lee-"Yield not to temptation."
Stall, and the class stalls with youg Recite, and you recite
Edith M.--"I surely like to. hear- Edward Sullivan talk."
Evelyn-"Why, what does he talk about?"
"Waitress, I found a hair. inlriiy soup."
"Goody, look and see if you can't find my comb, too."
"Not even a woman cari 'step 'on me and get away with it."
said the banana peel as is coasted Dorothy B. into an embarrasing
Ed. Sullivan-"I'm goingitoihave to stop drinking coffee for
Sheldon N.--"Why so?"
Ed.-"I can't even sleep in any of my classes any more."
Sue B.-"Doctor, I'm goingito die."
Doc.-"What makes you think so?"
Sue.-"My life time fountain pen just broke!"
The tragedy of a flea isithatihieiknows all of his children will
go to the dogs.
Mildred F.--"I want to some gloves."
Mildred-"I should say not! I'm a woman now."
First State Bank
STEVENSVILLE. - :- - :- MONTANA
Capital EL Surplus 550,000.00
Your Home Bank
A General Banking
We solicit your business with the assurance that you
will receive courteous and liberal treatment.
j. F. Borough, President A. F. Beyer Ben Lancaster
Geo. 1. Briggs, Vice-Pres. Geo. T. Boggs George W. Reineelre
Harold Metcalf Cashier Dr. j. E. Porter H. S. Antrim
Oscar E. Enebo, Asst. Cashier R. G. Patton, jr. Harold Metcalf
J. F. Borough
As You Leave School a Good Thought
to Carry Thru Life
THE BUSY lVlAN'S CREED
l lbw-lic-vw in the stuff l :un h-mnwling mil, in tlm fir n I :nn workin: for, P
l und in my ability to gPl results, l bali:-ve tha' lmm-st. stuff can be l
l pussml out to honest men hv lmnesr. niethmls. l believe in workin! l
i nm wc-mei-iuz: In bool-ilin2', not klmcklnsg :md in tlliegrleusurn of my l
l job. I lvelif-vo than a nmn gf-'ts what he goes alter. thnl -me deed :hum ,
l 'Udfu' ir Wfwlll fwfr fvnwrru-v. and that no nrm is down und our uu-
til he's lust faith in himself. 1 believe in m-1lay and the work I am
k I l t d and in the sure reward
l doing, in mumrrnw and wor mpe lu li, , ,
l which lll6fI'lll1Y'8ll0lllf4. 1 believe in cuurresy. in kindness. ln mln-
I 1-rnuilr. in good cheer. iu frieurlsliip, and in linnest camper-itinu. l ,
l.uQ?ll0V4P there in N0lll!lll"RIlIllIlE. somewhere. fur every man re:-uh .
loiln il., I lwlieve l'm iwaaily--liiglut Now--Elbert HlllllD'lI'Il. if 1
Groceries Clothing Dry Goods Shoes
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l Le! us prepare your next Banquet or Specinl ll
Good Eats Clean Prompt Se
liardware Impleme nts
Ga: den Seed
IBUPOIIQII bk Fullon
.Staple and Fancy
Stevensville Feed 62 Fuel Co
Poultry feeds of all Kinds
H. V LOCKRIDGE, Prop.
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Meets First and Third Wednesdays
Masons and visiting Brothers
Howard 81 Wonnacotr
Butter Eggs Cheese
Fresh and Salt Fish
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Modern Barber Shop
"Gold Bar Ice Cream"
Dr. J. G. Kohl
Ofiicc over First State Bank
X -Ray Examination:
STEVENSVILLE -:- MONTANA
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Prompt Courteouo Survice
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TO OUR ADVERTISERS
We wish to acknowledge the liberal support ot
the business men of Stevensville and thank them most
heartily for their general assistance. The advertiser
ments which appeared on these pages have made
possible to a great extent the publication of this
Annual. We suggest that our subscribers make Fl
special effort to patronize those who have so
materially aided us in our work.
W'e hope this Annual will please you. If it does
send one to your friends.
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