Stevensville High School - Yellowjacket Yearbook (Stevensville, MT)
- Class of 1948
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Text from Pages 1 - 66 of the 1948 volume:
We, the graduating class of 1948,
dedicate this annual to our deceased
classmate, Clarence Woods.
Superintendent Harry M. Tomplin
May the school have endowed the Sen-
iors of this qraduatinq class With a vision of
service to humanity. Where there is no vision
the people perish.
MAUDE LOCKRIDGE RALPH GILL HARRIET METCALF
Math and Science VO-AQ Home Economics
Montana State College Montana State Colleae Oreqon State Collwgo
CHARLES COZAD EDWARD ROSSMILLER LEO COOK
Sociology-Commercial History-Athletics Enqineer
Duquesne University Montana University
LENORE HIGHOLT ALMA HUNT
Wisconsin State Teachers Colleqe Montana State College
Beverly Io Davidson
Motto: "Educat1on IS to know for the
sake of l1v1nq not to llve for the
sake of knowrnq
Colors: Blue and whrte
Senior Class History
The Senior Class started their ioumey through Stevensville High School in
the fall of 1944. We were well initiated by the Sophomore Class and we'1l never
forget the Freshman Reception. It was held on Friday, October 13.
Our officers for the year were Les West, president, Beverly Hanson, vice
president, Marilyn Marks, secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Cannon, class sponsor.
Mary Riley and Hig Bailey were chosen as Student Council representatives.
In our Sophomore year we did our best to initiate the Freshmen. The
officers chosen that year were Noma Scruggs, president, Lorraine F ehrenkamp,
vice president: Les West, secretary-treasurer: Mr. Gill, class sponsor: Beverly
Hanson and Dick Manning, Student Council representatives.
In our Iunior year we gave the Barn Dance in the fall and then plans
started for the Iunior Prom. Our theme was "Country Gardens." Betty Buck
was chosen Prom Queen. Both dances were very successful. The officers of
the year were Higgins Bailey, president: Les West, vice president, Lorraine
Fehrenkamp, secretary and treasurer: Mr. Sagin, class sponsor. Noma Scruggs
and Howard Rahn were our representatives to Student Council.
Now in our Senior year, as we are getting ready to leave dear S. H. S., we
are beginning to realize that no days are happier than high school days. We
have had a lot of fun here, met many new friends and will not soon forget these
We would like to thank every one of the faculty, school board and all our
loyal supporters for the splendid cooperation given us in our four years of high
school. We appreciate every effort made for our benefit. We may be leaving
now but our thoughts will always be here in Stevensville High School.
Our officers for Senior year are Howard Rahn, president, Beverly Hanson,
vice president: Mary Riley, secretary-treasurer, Mr. Cozad, class sponsor:
Marilyn Marks and Doug Flanagin, representatives to the Student Council.
Our activities this year include the publication of the annual and the Senior
class play, "A Case of Springtime."
Senior Class Activities
Polly Aisthorpe-Chorus l,2,47 Paper Stall 2,3,41 Annual Staff 47 Triple Trio 47 F.l-l.A. 1,2,4I Libra-
rian 37 Phys. Ed. 1.4.
Higgins Bailey-Basketball l,2,3,47 Football Manager 17 Football 2,3,47 Co-Captain 47 F.F.A. l,2,37
Vice President F.F.A. 37 Paper Staff 3,4f Annual Staff 47 Class President 37 "S" Club 2,3,47
Student Council' 17 "S" Club Secretary 37 Senior Play 37 One-Act Play 2.
Iohn Bruce-Transfer from Red Lodge 47 Football 47 Annual Staff 47 "S" Club 4.
Theresa Bugli-Phys. Ed. l,2,3,47 Prom Queen Attendant 37 Annual Staff 47 Paper Staff 3.
Beverly Io Davidson-Transfer from Hamilton 4.
Lorraine Fehrenkamp-F.l-LA. 1,2,3,4Q Secretary F.H.A. 37 Paper Staff 47 Class Vice President 27
Class Secretary 37 Librarian 37 Phys. Ed. l,2,3,47 Prom Queen Attendant 3.
Douglas Planaqin-F.F.A. l,2,3,47 Football 2,3,47 Basketball l,2,3,47 "S" Club 2,3,47 Student Coun-
cil 47 Paper Staff 3,47 Annual Staff 4.
Cyrus Franks-Football 2,3,47 Basketball l,2,3,47 F.F.A. 27 Reporter F.F.A. 27 "S" Club 3,47 Paper
Stall 37 Annual Staff 47 Football Manager l.
Verlis Glaze-Drill Team 1,21 F.l-l.A. 17 Annual Staff 4.
Beverly Hanson-Phys. Ed. l,2,3,47 F.H.A. 1,2,37 Drill Team 1,27 Class Vice President 2.
Evelyn Harrington-Glee Club 27 Phys. Ed. 1.2.47 F.H.A. 47 School Paper 37 Annual Staff 47 Drill
Barbara Hollibauqh4F.H.A. l,2,47 Glee Club 47 Phys. Ed. l,2,3,47 Annual Staff 47 Drill Team 1.
Thomas Howard-F.F.A. l,2,3,47 Treasurer F.F.A. 37 "S" Club 3,47 Football 3,4.
Marilyn Marks-F.H.A. l,2,47 Chorus 47 Paper Stall 3,47 Drill Team 2,3,47 Phys. Ed. l,2,3,47 Triple
Trio 47 Cheerleader 37 Class Secretary 17 Class Treasurer 27 Student Council 47 Annual
Earl Martin-Transfer from Wyoming 47 Football Manager 47 "S" Club 47 Annual Staff 4.
Marian Peery-Drill Team 2,37 F.H.A. l,2,47 Phys. Ed. l,2,47 Gl'ee Club 1,47 Annual Staff 4.
Margaret Pfau-Transferred from Sacred Heart Academy 37 Phys. Ed. 47 Annual Staff 47 Cheer-
Howard Hahn-Transfer from Great Falls 37 Basketball 3,42 Football 3,47 Co-Captain Football 47
"S" Club 3,47 Secretary "S" Club 47 Paper Staff 3,47 Class President 47 Student Council 37
Boys' State 37 Declamation 27 One-Act Play 27 Editor Paper 3.
Mary Riley-Student Council l7 F.H.A. l,2,42 Phys. Ed. l,2,3,47 Cheerleader 3,47 Drill Team l,2,3f
Librarian 37 Prom Queen Attendant 37 Class Secretary 47 Annual Staff 47 Paper Staff 3,4.
Norna Scruggs-F.H.A. l,2,47 F.l-l.A. President 47 Chorus l,2,47 Paper Staff 3,47 Annual Staff 47 Drill
Team l,2,37 Librarian 37 Class President 27 Student Council 37 Phys. Ed. l,2,3,47 Prom Queen
Attendant 37 Sextette 47 Triple Trio 4.
lean Slocum-Declamation 2,3,47 F.1-l.A. l,2,47 Glee Club 1,47 Phys. Ed. 1,47 Drill Team 27 Triple
Trio 47 Sextette 3.
Shirlene Stevenson-F.l-l.A. l,2,47 Chorus 1,2,4: Paper Staff 3,47 Annual Staff 47 Drill Team l,2,37
Debate 27 Phys. Ed, l,2,3,47 Declamation 2,37 Sextette 3,47 Triple Trio 47 Trio 4.
Robert Theft-F.F.A. 1,21 Football 2,3,47 Track 37 Annual Staff 47 "S" Club 4.
George Wark-Basketball 37 Annual Staff 47 Paper Staff 4.
Lester West-Football l,2,3,47 Basketball l,2,3,47 Captain Basketball 47 "S" Club l,2,3,47 Vice Presi-
dent "S" Cl'ub 47 Class President 17 Class Secretary 27 Class Vice President 37 Annual Staff 47
Paper Staff 3,4.
David Whitsett-F.F.A. l,2,3,47 Secretary F.F.A. 2,37 President F.F.A. 47 Football Manager 17 Annual
Staff 47 "S" Club l,2,3,4.
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Marilyn Marks Mari y talk Summertime Bowling Stewardess
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After due contemplation and much consideration, we, the members of the
graduating class, have decided the traits which we reluctantly leave to the
under classmen, feeling that we no longer will have use for them.
I, Polly Aisthorpe, will my ability to get along with the teachers to Roy Gray.
I, Higgins Bailey, leave my flashy sweaters to the Frosh boys in hopes
,someone will notice them.
I, Iohn Bruce, will to Philip Sullivan my big feet.
I, Teresa Bugli, will my ability to be true to one man to Shirley Rehberg.
I, Lorraine Fehrenkamp, leave my blue yes and blonde hair to Lois Winters.
I, Douglas Flanagin, will leave-period!
I, Cyrus Franks, feeling my pleasing ways in Algebra have been an asset,
will them to Bill Wheatly.
I, Verlis Glaze, will my noisy ways to Elaine Staat.
I, Beverly Hanson, will my ability to antagonize teachers and stay in class
to Quinn Sullivan. A
I, Evelyn Harrington, will leave my blue eyes to Ianet Hill.
I, Barbara Hollibaugh, leave my braids to the Peery twins.
I, Thomas Howard, leave my Chemistry book to Louie Larson.
I, Marilyn Marks, will my love for dancing to Stinky McPherson.
I, Earl Martin, will my mustache to Clarence Shandorf.
I, Marian Peery, will my four years of Home Ec to Philip Sullivan.
I, Margaret Pfau, feel that gladys Swigert could use my thin hair, so I will
leave it to her.
I, Howard Rahn, will my ability CPD in athletics to the McNetts.
I, Mary Riley, will my dark complexion to lean Paulson.
I, Noma Scruggs, will my bashful ways to Edith Weigand.
I, lean Slocum, will leave my red hair to Patti O'Hare.
I, Shirlene Stevenson, will a little weight to Louise Lunde.
I, Robert Thoft, leave my sheep herding ability to Paul Martin.
I, George Wark, will my curly hair to Bud Iohnson.
I, Lester West, will my beard to Bob Griffin.
I, Dave Whitsett, will my auto mechanical ability to Lee Shrock.
To the Sophomores we leave the jobs of keeping the faculty amused and
hope the said class will continue to do as well as we did.
To the Iuniors, we will our tidy home room, in hopes they can use it to
the advantages that we have.
To the Freshmen, we leave all our accomplishments as a class in hopes
they can live up to them.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we hereunto set our hands and seal at Stevens-
ville High School, Stevensville, this twenty-seventh day of May in the year of
our Lord, nineteen hundred and forty-eight.
CLASS OF "48" tSeall
I received your letter yesterday and was very glad to hear you liked the
color scheme of your kitchen.
When I returned to my office there was a letter awaiting me from Shirlene
Stevenson, who is now doing social work in courts. It doesn't seem possible
'that ten years have passed since we were all going to school at good old
Shirlene mentioned in her letter Earl Martin, who now owns the largest
veterinarian hospital in the United States. He just hired Iohn Bruce as his assist-
ant. They both are very interested in their work.
I haven't heard from Evelyn Harrington for quite some time. The last letter
I received from her said that she was studying in England.
Last night as I was going into a restaurant, I collided with someone in a
Navy uniform. I apologized and went on by, but to my surprise he called me
by name and the only one it could have been was Lieut. Comdr. Thomas C.
Howard. We had dinner together and I told him of my interior decoration shop.
I hear that Doug Flanagin and Les West have just signed contracts to coach
at Notre Dame. We always knew that they would become great coaches.
On one of my trips to Chicago I stopped at the largest garage and who
was giving orders but Dave Whitesitt. He told me that he and George Wark
own a chain of garages, the largest being the one in Milwaukee.
I read in the paper, which, incidentally, is co-edited by Higgins Bailey
and Howard Rahn, that Cy Franks is still in the real estate business with his
father. He has hired Barbara Hollibaugh as head bookkeeper of their firm.
Bob Thoft owns big sheep ranches in Montana and we hear he is extend-
ing his business into Argentina.
Did you know that Beverly Hanson and Lorraine Fehrenkamp have their
own private school in China? I'll bet it's a profitable business, too.
When I was redecorating Iohn D. Rockefeller's office, I found that my old
classmate, Teresa Bugli. was his private secretary. Imagine that! We talked
for a long time and she told me that Noma Scruggs, who now goes by the name
of La Nona, is a fashion designer in Paris.
Verlis Glaze is happily married and the proud mother of twins!
lean Slocum and Beverly Davidson had their names in the last week's
Medical journal. Did you read it? It seems they have developed some new cure
for hydroscoria of the bople. Isn't that wonderfull
Mary Riley often passes through the city, for she is working for a large
concern which takes her traveling over the country. She and Marilyn Marks
both travel a lot. You knew, didn't you, that Marilyn is an airline stewardess
on the Pan-American Lines?
Oh, yes, I had my hair done yesterday by Margaret Pfau. who just opened
her new beauty shop in New York. She is sure to make good of her business,
for she has a good start already.
That's all the news that I could gather about our old classmates, but I knew
you would be glad to hear about their successes. I'll close now, but you write
soon and tell me about your married life.
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Teaches history, drawing, too. ' '
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New this year, an added feature
Is our dark haired commercial teacher.
Chorus, phys. ed., exercising.
It's Mrs. Hunt we're advertising.
Mrs. Tamplin's on the ball,
She takes Charge of study hall.
She works hard to keep us quiet
And saves the place from rage and riot.
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Bookkeeping, guidance, business math
He tells us of time's social path.
We all like him, he's not so bad,
He's our pal, ol' Chuck Cozad.
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Mr. Cook, he's our man,
Keeps our building spic and span,
Sweeps up dust, spitwads and such,
'Zh Gives our school the finishing touch.
Whiz at English, great in Lit,
New this year, and really "it",
She teaches physical education,
Miss Higholt makes English a recreation.
He's the principal of our schools,
He makes wise men out of fools,
He's our peaches, he-'s our cream,
Mr. Tamplin's on the beam.
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Mrs. Metcalf teaches cookinq,
Tells us how to be Good looking.
Sewing, baking, that's her line,
It really is quite alarming
How good he is at teaching farming
Carpentry and mechanics are his themes,
Is it Mr. Gill???-So it seems.
Our Home EC teacher's mighty fine. ' I
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Her teaching ability We applaud.
She's great at sciences and at math, 3
The Greatest of scientists follow her path.
George Bozlee Lucille EHS-bO William Bench
Wayne Dayton Betty Farmer IGCIC Bird
Margaret Felde Harold Garnett Harley Garnett
Bonnie Rae Lamoreaux
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Ida Iannsen Ray Hawley
Tom Larson Ieannette Marks
Carolyn Morrison Luanne Hahn
Fay Peery Fern Peery
Carol Paulson William Re-hberq
I-ee Shrock Myrna Riekencr
Reno Robinson Ralph Squires
Iune Work Lois Winters
Junior Class History
The Iunior class entered S. H. S. on September 4, 1945. They were duly
initiated as Freshmen, and in return for the Freshman Reception they gave the
They elected Lois Winters president, Louise Schuchman as vice president,
Dolores Wilson, secretary, and Iune Zeiler as treasurer. Mrs. Lockridqe was
class sponsor and Wayne Dayton and Iune Wark were Student Council rep-
Their Sophomore year they initiated the Frosh, which began on the first
day of school and ended with the Freshman Reception. The Sophomore Return
given for them was enjoyed very much.
The officers of the Sophomore year were Wayne Dayton, president: Ray
Gonzalez, vice president: Fern Peery, secretary: Lee Shrock, Treasurer: Mr. Gill,
class sponsorp Ray Robinson and Fern Peery, Student Council representatives.
The class activities this year were the Barn Dance in November, and plans
are well under way for the Iunior Prom to be held April 23. The theme this year
is "April Showers."
This year's officers are Bill Beach, president, George Robinson, vice presi-
dent: Lois Winters, secretary: Lois Paulson, treasurer: Ioy Adams and Ray
Gonzalez are Student Council representatives. Mr. Rossrniller is the class
Sophomore Class History
Our class of '50 entered our grand S. H. S. on that well remembered day
of September 4, 1946. Oh what a day to remember! We all will never forget the
laughter We "Green Freshmen" caused when we were initiated into this high
school of ours.
Our Freshman class officers were elected as follows: Don Enebo, president:
Sophie Weigand, vice president, Iune Wagner, secretary: Don Puyear, treas-
urer. Our class sponsor was Mrs. Lockridge and our Student Council repre-
sentatives were lean Paulson and Don Terry.
The Sophomores gave the Freshman Reception for us and in return we
gave the Sophomore Return. Both parties were enjoyed very much ,by our
entire student body.
This year We Sophomores had the fun of initiating our "Green Freshmen",
which was highlighted by the Freshman Reception. A Sophomore Return was
given in our honor.
Our officers this year are Norman Iohnson, president, Richard Overholtzer,
vice president, Ianet Hill, secretary: Iim Harris, Treasurer. Mrs. Lockridge is
our class sponsor and our Student Council representatives are Arlene William-
son and Don Enebo.
Tom Burditt Roland Clevidence Betty Hawkes ICIHGT IOhY1SiOfl
Duane Clatworthy Harold Enebo Norman Iohnson Paul Martin
Don Enebo Iqnef H111 Ben Lonqboitom
Phyllis Hayden Claudia Kelly
Dixie Lee Osburn
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Betty Personelte Don Schrage Quinn Sullivan Maybelle Zeiler
Shirley Rehberq Lorraine Staat Arlene Williamson
Rudy Shiner Sophie Weiqand
Ruth Howard Larry Gerdon Barbara Clark Wayne Avery
Charles Iohnson Ellen Rose Glassley Sharlene Martin
David Hill Bob Grifiin
Dorothy Kina Lavonne Hollibauqh
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Veda Southwick Charles Wark
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Freshman Class History
We, the class of '51, took our first step on the stairway to success and
higher learning on the memorable moming of September eighth, the year
nineteen hundred and forty-seven. Now that we have nearly completed our
first step, we must keep up our striving efforts to ascend the remaining three
steps and receive our valued diplomas--symbols of much hard work and end-
less effort on the part of students, teachers and parents.
Following our enrollment in S. H. S. was the seemingly never-ending
ceremony of initiation. It seemed as though we could never become accustomed
to the ways of the upper classmen, but after consistent efforts to disintegrate
the authority of the "better half" tcomposed of Iuniors and Seniorsl, we are be-
ginning to find our way around the high school.
A Freshman Reception, given by the Sophomores, caused much laughter
from everyone who attended. A few weeks later we gave them a return party,
which was a great success.
Officers for the term were elected as follows: President, Bob Griffin: vice
president, Wayne Avery: secretary, Donna Wright: treasurer, Helen Howard:
Student Council representatives, Charles Wark and Leona Wood: class spon-
sor, Mr. Gill.
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The Future Homemakers of America are composed of girls who have been
enrolled in a home economics class. The club motto is "Toward New Horizons
Our outstanding activities of the year are a candlelight initiation of new mem
bers, attendance at the district meeting in Missoula, Co-Ed Prom and sending
delegates to the state
F. H. A. convention at Helena.
We are the Future Homemakers of America.
We face the future with warm courage,
And high hope,
For we have the clear consciousness of
Seeking old and precious values.
For we are the builders of homes,
Homes for America's future,
Homes where living will be the expression
Of everything that is good and fair,
Homes where truth and love and security
And faith will be realities, not dreams.
We are the Future Homemakers of America
We face the future with warm courage,
And high hope.
Bottom row: R. Gill, N. Iohnson, D. Whitsett, L. Shrock, W. Dayton, B. Rehberq. Middle row: I. McNett, C. McNett, R. Overholt-
zer, D. Puyear, B. Beach, T. Howard, P. Sullivan. Top row: D. Clatworthy, R. Clevidence, R. Robinson, H. Enebo, I. Wilson, D.
Hill, Q. Sullivan.
The Future Farmers ot America is the national organization ot, by and tor
farm boys studying vocational agriculture in public secondary schools, which
operates under the provisions ot the National Vocational Education Acts. High
school departments of vocational agriculture provide tour year courses of
systematic instruction in agriculture and farm mechanics taught by teachers
who are agriculture college graduates employed on a twelve month basis.
The major purposes ot the Future Farmers ot America are to develop agri-
culture leadership, cooperation, citizenship, improved agriculture and patriot-
ism. There are tour degrees of active membership, "Green Hand," Chapter
Farmer, State Farmer and American Farmer. Advancement through these
grades ot membership is based on achievement in vocational agriculture and
progressive establishment in tarrning.
Stevensvilles three man judging team, composed ot Tom Howard, Dave
Whitsett and Lee Schrock, took second in the state meet at Bozeman last spring.
We are sending teams to district meets and state meets with high hopes of
Our otticers for the year are Dave Whitsett, president, Wayne Dayton, first
vice president, LaVerne Osburn, second vice presidentg Bill Rehberg, secretaryy
Norman Iohnson, treasurer, Lee Schrock, reporter, and Ralph Gill, advisor.
Bottom row: M. Peery, L. Schuckman, B. Farmer, S. Rehberg, I. Johnston, B. Lamoreux, B. Clarke, G. Swigert. C. MOrriS0!l. A
Hunt. Second row: D. King, A. Williamson, N. Scruggs, S. Stevenson, E. Staat, I. Bailey, S. Martin, R. Howard, L- Enebo, N
Franks. Third row: B. Hollibaugh, L. Wood, H. Howard, D. Wright, P. O'I-Iare, M. Robinson, I. Marks, I. Slocum, I. Wagner. Tor
row: M. Riekena, F. Peery, S. Mitchell, M. Felde, L. Staat, C. Kelly.
There are 34 girls taking chorus this year. We sang a group of Christmas
carols at a school gathering and at a P.-T.A. meeting in December. A group of
chorus girls, composed of the Triple Trio, another trio, and a soloist, are planning
to go to the state solo and ensemble music festival in Missoula in April. We will
also participate in the program at the Senior play and at the commencement
exercises at the closing ot the school term.
morn row: I. Porch, H. Rohn, E, Rossmiller, L. West, D. Flanaqin. Middle row: W. Dayton, R. Hawley, R. Clevidence, B. Beach,
Bailey, C. Franks, T. Howard, P. Martin. Top row: G, Bozlee, N. Iohnson, L. Shrock, G. Robinson, R. Robinson, I. Bruce, R.
rey, T. Larson.
The "S" Club is an organization ot the boys who have succeeded in
earning their letters in some form of athletics. The officers for 1947-1948 are
Doug Flanagin, presidentg Les West, vice president, Howard Bahn, secretary.
Iim Porch, Bill Beach, Paul Martin, Norman Iohnson, George Robinson,
Iohn Bruce, Boy Grey and Bob Thoit have earned one letter in football. Howard
Rahn, Cy Franks, Tom Howard, Ray Hawley, Rolly Clevidence, George Bozlee,
Ray Robinson and Tom Larson have earned two letters. Hig Bailey and Doug
Flanagin have earned three letters. Les West earned tour letters in football.
Harold Garnett, Harley Garnett, Boy Grey and Norm Iohnson have earned
one letter in basketball. Tom Larson, Doug Flanagin and Howard Rahn have
earned two letters. Wayne Dayton and I-lig Bailey earned three letters and Les
West earned four letters.
Wayne Dayton and Lee Schrock have earned one letter in track. Earl Mar-
tin, Quinn Sullivan and Dave Whitsett earned manager letters.
The "S" club now has 30 members and is sponsored by Coach Ed Ross-
Bottom row: E. Harrington, M. Marks, B. Hanson, L. Fehrenkamp. Second row: S. Stevenson, N. Scruggs, P. Aisthorpe, M. Riley B Hollr
bauqh. Third row: C. Franks, M. Peery, V. Glaze, I. Slocum, M. Pfau, H. Rahn, H. Bailey. Top row: D. Whitsett, I. Bruce, G Wark L
West, E. Martin. D. Flanaqin, B. Thott and T. Howard were not present when the picture was taken.
The annual staff was organized during the first week of school. Soon after
the second sernester the staff began to work on the actual plan tor the annual.
The staff is as follows:
Mary Riley-Assistant Editor
Tom Howard and Howard Hahn-Business Managers
Les West and Doug Flanagin-Sports Editors
Cy Franks, Lorraine Fehrenkamp and lean Slocum--Picture Editors
Evelyn Harrington, Marilyn Marks, Margaret Ptau, Iohn Bruce, Earl
Martin and Bob Thoft-Advertising
Shirlene Stevenson and Norna Scruggs- -Cartoons and Humor Editors
Polly Aisthorpe and Marian Peery-Activities
Beverly Hanson, B. Hollibaugh, Verlis Glaze, George Wark and David
Whitsett also assisted with the construction ot the annual.
Bottom row: Don Enebo, Arlene Williamson, Leona Wood, Charles Wark. Top row: Joy Adams, Doug Flanagin, Marilyn Marks. Ray
Gonzalez was absent when picture was taken.
STUDE T COU CIL
The Student Council was composed of two members from each class. They
met to act upon matters ot interest to the school. Mr. Tamplin met with them to
advise them in any matters they needed help on.
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After three weeks of practice, Stevi played their first game against Cor-
vallis. Corvallis scored first and kept the lead to win, 19 to 6. The following
Tuesday the Yellowjackets came from behind to win from Victor by 13 to 7.
Darby came to Stevi the next week end, only to lose to the Yellowiackets by
26 to 6. With the Yellowiackets rapidly gaining momentum Victor was con-
quered at Stevi by 26 to O the next week. Playing a non-conference game
against Ronan the team came through in an easy game, 33 to O. Stevi went
to Hamilton with high hopes of winning, only to come back disappointed.
Stevi played close in the first quarter but Hamilton took command in the second
quarter. The final score was 50 to 0. Darby had to take the brunt of Stevi's
attack the next week and lost 32 to 6. Missoula B took a close game from Stevi
13 to 6. Stevi tied for second in the valley the following week by winning from
Corvallis by 20 to 0.
Roy Grey-Transferred from Missoula. ln his first full game he played in for Stevi against Ronan
he gained 178 yards from scrimmage and scored three touchdowns. He runs hard and is cr
fair passer and punter. A one-year letterman and a Iunior.
Ray Robhson-Shiftiest runner in the backfield. Scored four touchdowns and was leading ground
gainer on team. He did the punting for Stevi and averaged 36 yards per punt during the
season. He is a Junior and two-year letterman.
Rod McKinney-Red was light but was fast and hard to hurt. Constant ground gainer all season.
One-year letterman and a Iunior.
Hiq Bailey-Co-captain of this year's team, he was a veteran of three years of football'. He was
quarterback and a good blocker and defensive man. Three-year letterman and a Senior.
Lol West-A veteran of four years of football. Les was always cool and could be depended upon
in tight spots. A good broken field runner and blocker. A four-year letterman and a Senior.
Howard Rohn-One of the best ends in the valley. Seldom missed a pass thrown to him. Good at
breaking up interference on end runs and usually got the ball carrier, too. A two-year letter-
man and a Senior.
Bob Thoft-This was Bob's first year of football and he made the most of it. A good defensive man
and also scored three touchdowns for Stevi. One-year letterman and a Senior.
Ray Hawley-Hardest hitting man on the team. From his line backing slot he got lots of tackles and
when he hit a man he knew he was hit. Always talking it up in the game. Co-captain elect
for '48, he should make a good one. He is a two-year letterman and a Iunior.
Doug Flanagtn-He broke his arm in the first game of the season and his line backing was missed
throughout the season. He is a three-year letterman and a Senior.
George Bollee-One of the best tackles in the valley. One of the biggest men on the squad, he put
his weight to advantage. A two-year letterman and a Iunior.
Bill Beach-Co-captain elect of '48. Bill played four quarters every game. Good at opening holes
for backs. A one-year letterman and a Junior.
Tom Howard--Tom was hampered by a shoulder injury but managed to make things rough for the
opposing team when he was in. Two-year letterman and a Senior.
Cy Franks-Cy was a good tackle and also kicked off for Stevi. A two-year letterman and a Senior.
lim Porch-A good offensive center, he is a one-year l'etterman and a Freshman.
Ray Gonzalez-A hard running back who should develop into a good halfback. One-year letterman
and a Iunior.
Norm Ioluuon-A good quarterback who handled the ball well, he is a one-year letterman and a
Tom Larson-A hard hitting tackle who always gave the game all he had. Two-year letterman and
Holly Clevidence-One of the harder working men on the squad. Shifted from fullback to tackle
this year and at the end of the season was on the first string. Two-year letterman and a
lohn Bruce-A hard hitting end who transferred from Red Lodge. He is a one-year letterman and a
George Robinson-One of the toughest men on the team, a good blocker and hard to move on
defense. One-year letterman and a Iunior.
Paul Martin-A light halfback who always ran with his knees high. A one-year letterman and a
The basketball squad of '47 and '48 was composed of Harold Garnett,
Harley Garnett, Norman Iohnson, Tom Larson, Doug Flanagin, Roy Grey, How-
ard Rahn, Wayne Dayton, lim Porch, Les West and Hig Bailey.
The "B" squad was composed of Louis McKinney, Wayne Avery, Iim
Winters, Tom Burditt, Duane McKinney, lim Porch and Rolly Clevidence.
OPPONENT WE THEY
Darby ............... ............. ......
Drummond ......, - ......... ......
Corvallis .,.... ......
Victor ............ ......
Drummond .....,. ......
Hamilton ...... ......
Granite ,,,... ...,..
Powell ...... ......
Florence ..,..... ....,. 3 4 36
Granite ..,... ...... 3 4 Z1
Victor ..,......... ...... 4 5 26
Florence ....,...... ....,. 5 8 43
Powell ,..,............. ...... 5 2 41
Missoula "B" .....,, ...... 4 7 40
Corvallis .,...i,.. ....,. 4 5 33
Darby ....,....i,. ...... 4 5 37
Hamilton ,,,... ..............,,..i..........,....,...,............,....... 3 5 41
Drummond .....,, ....,.....,...............,............. . ............. 5 5 34
Hamilton ,.,...,..... . ....,,,.....,.............. ...............,.,...,.........,..,,. 4 0 45 -
Powell ......,......,.......,...................,........................................ 34 37
The team won 13 games and lost 7 during the season to finish third in
District 15. We finished in a tie for second in the valley.
Iohnson ....,.. ,,,... l 55 Dayton ..........,...,....... 94 Rahn .............. ..... 4 9
Larson ,,,,. ..,,,. 1 42 Bailey .,.........,..... .,.. B l West ......,..,,.,..,.. ,.... 3 5
Grey ..,.,, ....., l 36 H. Garnett ......... .... 5 l S. Garnett ........ ..... 3 2
Flanagin ....... .,.. 2 7 Porch ............ . 0
Norman Iohnston-Small but fast forward who always outjumped his opponent. He is a Sophomore
and a one-year letterman.
Tom Larson-Tall and rangy center who was excellent on checking his man and getting rebounds.
He is a I unior and a two-year letterman.
Roy Grey-Excellent on rebounds and a very good shot. He was an expert in passing. He is a
Iunior and a one-year letterman. He played guard.
Wayne Dayton--The best shot on the team and very fast. He is working all the time and good on
rebounds. He is a Iunior and a three-year letterman.
Hiq Bailey-Very good shot. He had the misfortune of breaking his hand during the season. He is
the sparkplug of the team and played forward. He is a Senior and a three-year letterman.
Harold Garnett-Coolest player on the team and a very good shot. He played forward and was
very fast. He is a Iunior and a one-year letterman.
Harley Garnett-Smiley was an excellent corner shot and a very good ball handler. He is a Iunior
and a one-year letterman.
Howard Rohn-He was an excellent guard and a very good long shot. He was very calm and tried
hard. He is a Senior and a two-year letterman.
Doug Flanaqin-He was an excellent shot under the basket and was very good at checking his
man. He played guard and he is a Senior and a two-year letterman.
lim Porch-A Freshman who was tall and very good at following his shots.
Les West-A hard worker who outjumped taller opponents. A good shot under the basket and good
team player. A four-year letterman and a Senior. He served as captain for the team this year.
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Steve-nsville Grade School 1936
FHA Officers St. Mcrry's Lookout
Our Home Ec teacher
Phys. Ed. teachers
Veronica Lake H
Rats in a hole
G BETTY BUCK ZACK BUG-LI
Iunior Prom Queen Outstanding Athlete
BOSALIB LUNDE BOB THOMAS
Valedictorian American Legion Award
American Legion Award
NOBINE IOYCE PHYLLIS WICKHAM
Salutatorian Teacher's Scholarship
Calendar of Events
8 Beginning of School
12 Initiation of Freshmen
19 Freshman Reception
19 Football Season Begins
23 Stevensville Defeated by Corvallis
26 Stevi Trims Victor
3 Sophomore Return
3 Stevi's Victory from Darby
10 Stevi won from Victor
17 Stevi Dumped Ronan
24 Stevi Lost to Hamilton
28 Darby Bowed to Stevi
1 Missoula "B" Won Over Stevi
7 Stevi Stormed Over Corvallis
7 Stevi Tied Corvallis for Second in County
21 Barn Dance
5 Basketball Begins
19 Stevi Romped Over Darby
20 Christmas Vacation
20 Stevi Tops Drummond
30 Corvallis Stung by Stevi
1 New Year of '48 Begins
2 Victor Defeats Stevensville
9 Drummond Topped by Stevi
13 Stevi Defeated by Hamilton
16 Philipsburg Loses to Stevi
17 Deer Lodge Wins from Stevi
22-23 Semester Exams
23 Florence Tops Stevi
Stevi Storms Over Philipsburg
Stevi Romped Over Victor
Florence Lost to Stevi
Powell Loses to Stevi
7 Missoula "B" Topped by Stevi
10 Stevi Sizzles Corvallis
13 Darby Dumped by Stevi
14 Hamilton Defeats Stevi
18 Basketball Tournament at Deer Lodge
18 Stevi Wins from Drummond at Tournament
19 Stevi Lost to Hamilton at Tournament
20 Powell Wins Over Stevi at Tournament
21 Sportsmanship Trophy Awarded to Stevi
Z7 Coed Prom
24 Beginning Practice for Senior Play
27 "S" Club Dance
23 Iunior Prom
29 Senior Play
1 Last Month of School
7 County Track Meet
13-15 State Track Meet
Baldwin's Drug .........
Barron's Iewelry ..............
Barthel s ......,.....,.............,....,
Bell, Holt and McCall .....,..
Bob Ward and Sons ......
Bon Ton Bakery ...........
Buck Commercial .......
Buttrey s .,,.......,..,..,..,.,,.,..,...........
Cannon Electric .............................
Coca-Cola Bottling Company
C. L. Franks ...,.....,.....,..........,..........
Dickerson Paint Shop .,..,...
Dowling Funeral Home ..,.....,.
Economy Foods ......................
Enebo Agency ..i..............v.........
Eunice Brown's Gift Shop ,......
Floyd's Repair Shop .,........,...
Fort Owen Inn ,...............,,..
Gamble Stores ..,..,...
Geneva's Apparel ..,...,.,.
G and H Electric ,..,..,....,,.........
Hamilton Motor Supply ,..,.,,.
Haugen's Studio ................,.,...
Howard and Wonnacott ..,.....
I. C. Penney ..................,..,........
I. M. Lucy ...........,....,..,...............
Kramis Hardware Company .......
Liberty Bowling Center .............
Missoula Mercantile .,,..,.,....,.
Murphy Drug .,..,..,..........
Murphy Motors ...,..............
N ewman's .,..............................
Office Supply Company ,i,c.,
Orvis Music House .....i,,....
Peg's Service Station .,,...
Pete's Fur Shop .,..,....,.
Prather's Dairy .........
P and S Grocery ..,....,..................,..
Ralph's Outfitters ..................,..,,...,,...
Bavalli County Auto Dealers
Regal Clothing Company ...........
Safeway Stores ....................,....
Stevensville Bowling Center .......
Stevensville Feed and Fuel ........,
Stevensville Jewelry ...,..,,.,.....,.
St. Iohn Drugs ...,..........,..,,...
Sweeney Creek Store ............
Valley Cleaners .........................
Valley Lumber Company ..,,.,,
Valley Mercantile 1 ..................
W. G, Woodward's ......,....,
T0 0 R ADVERTISERS
The Yellowjacket staff takes this opportunity to express its appreciation
to those who have advertised in the 1948 Yellowjacket. By advertising in the
Yellowjacket, you have shown your friendship for and your interest in Stevens-
ville High School. We know your patronage will serve you well as an advertis-
ing medium. Your loyal support is genuinely appreciated.
Mummy or dummy?
The hanqinq of Swede
Nuts! I !
Babies must play!
Stop! 1 !
Looking throuqh bars
Pew! 1 !
BAKERS OF ENRICHED VITAMILK AND MOTHER'S
HOMEMADE POTATO BREAD
BON TON BAKERY
Reliable Prescription and
Drug Service Since
Baldwin Drug Co.
C. W. Baldwin Reg. Phm.
TO YOU, THE GRADUATES OF STEVENSVILLE HIGH
SCHOOL-1948, WE OFFER OUR CONGRATULATIONS AND
SINCERE WISHES FOR PERSONAL SUCCESS
IN FUTURE EFFORTS.
- May the vocation you choose be
Best Wlshes to the one that will help our country
and help you. Success to the
SENIOR CLASS graduates of 1948!
J. C. Penney's
Sweeney Creek Store MISSOULAY MONTANA
Dickerson Point Shop
All Colors Available
Gloves and Leather Goods
Men's Outdoor Clothing
Every House Needs Westinghouse
Best of Luck to Each
and Every One
Insurance - Real Estate
"For Peace of Mind,
Buy Sound Insurance."
to the Class of 1943
Valley Lumber Co.
Your Building Supply
Dowling Funeral Home
to Class of 1948
BELL, HOLT oncl
W. G. Woodward Co.
Dry Goods Clothing
A. D. Anderson, Manager
P. and S. Grocery
Where Customers Send Their Friends
Quality Merchandise, Service and
Dependahility Our Watchword
Stevensville Feed and Fuel Co.
Grain, Hay, Feeds, Seeds, Commercial Fertilizer
Custom Feed Grinding and Mixing
Seed Grain Cleaned and Treated
Class of '48
Howard 8. Wonnacott
Sincere Best Wishes
to the Class of '43
Murphy's Drug Co.
Best Wishes to the
Class of 1943
Mildred and Harold
Bowl for Health
Bowl for Fun
Paints - Hardware
E. A. WHITTLE, Owner
G. H. Electric
Norge Home Appliances
EVERYTHING Fon MEN Congramlanons
HAMILTON, MONT. to the Graduates
Buck Commercial Co.
Tueray Pastel Dinnerware
Watch Repair - Gifts
Murphy Motors, Inc.
DODGE - PLYMOUTH
SALES Sz SERVICE
208 E. Main St. P
Good Luck to the
Phone 3193 STEVENSVILLE, MONT.
Milkers and Separators
'Come In and Browse Around'
Office Supply Company
"Everything for the Office"
115-119 W. Broadway
Store For Women
211 E. Main
to Class of '43
Kromis Hordwore Co
FOR JUNIOR MISS
For the Best Quality
For Hardware and Farm
Paint and Varnish
"Look Your Best"
G. H. Electric, Stevensville
For the High School Students
Both Girls and Boys
LEVI'S RIDING SUITS
Regal Clothing Co.
Class of 1948
221 Main Phone 124-WV
Registered and Insured
Hamilton, Elgin, Waltham
and Bulova Watches
COMPLIMENTS OF . . .
AUTO DEALERS ASS'N
STATON MOTOR CO.
JOHNSON MOTOR CO.
BERNATZ OIL CO.
OERTLI OIL CO.
BELL, HOLT and MCCALL
. . . at your service!
A refreshing shopping experience awaits you from the moment
you step into this big friendly store . . . it begins with a Wel-
come smile and continues with a sincere effort to satisfy all your
family shopping needs with exactly what you want . . . at the
price you wish to pay.
WHEN IN MISSOULA . . . MAKE IT A POINT
TO STOP AT THE "MERCY"
Western Montana's Shopping Center
J. M. Lucy 8: Son
Serving This Valley
For Over 57 Years
PeTe's Fur Shop
Furs ond Dresses
Jewelry Sporting Goods
Bob Word 8. Sons
321 N. Higgins Ave.
Orvis Music House
Our Best Wishes For the Class of 1948
MAY FUTURE SUCCESS BE YOURS
For Motor Repair
and Replacement Parts See
ST. John Drug Store
C. L. Franks i1 T 1 ,
REAL ESTATE in A B A 1
NOT-ARY PUBLIC , xv!
DRINK I j
Phone 42-W HH , , r'
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STEVENSVILLE, MONT. Coca-Cola Bottfng O0-
FIoyd's Repair Shop
Just For Fun
Come to the
Fort Owen Inn
Congratulations . . .
To the Class of 1943
c6Pictu,res for All Occasions"
520 S. 3rd Street Missoula, Montana
To the young lady at the perfume counter the clerk purred, "NoW here's
one called 'Perhaps'. It's thirty-tive dollars an ounce."
"Thirty-five dollarsl" exclaimed Betty Farmer. "For thirty-tive dollars I
don't want 'Perhaps', I Want 'Sure'."
Mrs. Lockridge had just finished explaining a problem containing work
with electrons. "You see," she concluded, "there are eight electrons missing.
Where did they go?" The class was silent and she repeated, "Where did those
electrons go?" Time had come for action and a gruff voice spoke from the rear
of the hall, "Don't nobody leave dis room!"
ADVICE FOR GRADUATING SENIORS: Don't marry for money-you can
borrow it cheaper.
2 i' 11
Mama: "And what did mamma's little baby learn in school today?"
Small Boy: "I learned two kids bigger'n I never to call me 'mamma's little
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"Her niece is rather good looking, eh?"
"Don't say 'knees is', say 'knees are'."
Big Ben was boasting the other day about his strength, when Clarence
McNett bet him 25c that he could wheel a load in a wheelbarrow from the shop
to the street, which Don couldn't wheel back. "You're on," said Don. Clarence
brought up a wheelbarrow and said, "All right, get in."
You can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink. You can lead
a boy to high school but you can't make him think.
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