Stevensville High School - Yellowjacket Yearbook (Stevensville, MT)
- Class of 1950
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To portray the events and the ideals of the
Stevensville High School with the hope of em-
phasizing and preserving within these pages the
high standards and enthusiasm present in the
Various activities of the school. That is the aim
The 1950 "Yellowjacket".
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In due respect to the efforts and accomplishments of the School
Board, we, the Senior Class of 1950, dedicate this volume to this board
and their able chairman, Mr. Harold Hagen.
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History 8: Athletics Commercial Math 8: Science
BRUCE MCCONNELL RALPH GILL FLOYD CHAPMAN
Math 8: Science Vo-ag Speech 8: Music
HARRIET METCALF LEO COOK SHIRLEY RENOUARD
Home-Economics Englneef English
THE HIGH SCHOOL BOY, AS SEEN BY . . .
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BENNY LONG BOTTOM
DIXIE LEE OSBURN
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QUINN 'SULL IVAN
SoP HIE WEIGAND
ARL ENE WILLIAMSON
The revolving doors of education brought a frightened
group of green Freshmen into the patient halls of SHS in
the fall of 1945. The startling thing about this particular
group is the fact that it was usg the present Seniors of
We launched on our first High School excursion with
Don Enebo at the controls as president, Sophie Weigand
as vice-president, June Wagner as secretary, and Don
Puyear as treasurer. jean Paulson and Don Terry repre-
sented us in the Student Council. Our first voyage was
guided by Mrs. Lockridge as class sponsor.
We experienced the usual round of initiation, the init-
iation party and Sophomore Return. This procedure was
simply reversed the next year, when we, as proud Sophs,
made the oncoming Freshies suffer, and they honored us
with the usual Return. In this second year we returned as
experienced trailblazers and plunged willingly into the
maze of daily school activities. Sophomore officers that
year were Norman johnson,presidentg Richard Overholtzer,
vice presidentg Janet Hill, secretary, and Jim Harris
treasurer. Mrs. Lockridge again was our faithful sponsor.
Ordinary and uneventful, that's how our Sophomore
year is remembered. The peace and quiet of 1946 was for-
saken, however, for the mad whirlpool of our junior year.
This resulted in the thrill of following tradition with the
annual Barn Dance in November. We were really upper-
classmen novg and we elected Paul Martin as president,
Arlene Williamson as secretary, and Norman johnson as
treasurer. Sophie Weigand and Richard Overholtzer repre-
sented us in the Student Council as well. The weary win-
ter months were highlighted in the spring by the annual
junior Prom. We used Spanish Gardens as our theme, and
crowned as Prom Queen, Lois Winters. Our junior year is
recalled with much satisfaction and many pleasant memo-
As this brand new school year is embarked upon, we
begin to realize that we are bringing our high school days
to a close. With a note of sadness we anticipate our last
school activities, the Senior Class play, the publication
of the Annual, and most impressive of all, graduation it-
self. In order to wind things up in state for the Class of
'50, we are proud to announce as our Class President,
Don Enebog Vice president, George Bozleeg Secretary,
Dixie Lee Osburng Treasurer, jean Paulson, and janet
Hill and Don Terry as our Student Council Representa-
We selected our class colors as blue and white. Our
class flower is the red rose. Our Motto is, "We've cross-
ed the bay-the ocean lies before us."
jack Austin--Transferred from Seattleg Football 3,43 Track 3,4Q "S" Club 3,43 F.F
George Bozlee--Football 2,3,43 "S" Club 2,3,4,5Q Class Vice-President 53 Basket-
ball 1,23 Track 1,2,33 Yellowjacket Staff 4.
Thomas Burditt--Football 3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,4Q Debate 33 Track 1,2 3 F.F.A. 1.
Emily Chesmore-- Transferred from Florence, Montana 43 Yellowjacket Staff 43 An-
nual Staff 43 Chorus 4.
Duane Clatworthy--Football 1,2,3,43 F.F.A. 1,2,3,43 "S" Club 3,43 Track 1,2,3,4.
Roland Clevidence--F.F.A. 1,2,3,43 "S" Club 1,2,3,4 Football 1,2,3,43 Basket-
ball 1,2,33 Boxing 13 F.F.A. 3d Vice President 43 Track 1,2,33 Football Co-cap-
tain 43 "S" Club President 4.
Donald Enebo--Class President 1,43 Student Council 23 Vice-President 33 Boys'
State 33 Basketball 3,43 Football 2,3,43 Annual Staff 43 Yellowjacket 43 Debate
4g Track 2,3,43 One-Act Play 1.
Harold Enebo-- Transferred from Park Rapids, Minn.3 F.F.A. 2,3,42 Football 43 F.
F.A. 'reporter 33 F.F.A. delegate to National Convention 33 F.F.A. treasurer 43
Annual Staff 4.
James Hatris-- Football 3,43 Track 2,33 Annual Staff 43 Class Treasurer 23 "S"
Phyllis Hayden--F.H.A. 1,43 F.H.A. reporter 43 Physical Ed. 2,33 Drill Team 4.
Ray Hawley-- Football 2,3,43 "S" Club 2,3,4,53 Football Co-captain 4.
janet Hill-- Transferred from Miles City, Montana 23 F.H.A. 2,43 Class Secretary 23
Student Council 43 Prom Queen Attendant 33 Annual Staff 43 Yellowjacket Staff
43 Physical Ed. 2,33 Drill Team 4.
Norman johnson--F.F.A. 1,2,3,43 "S" Club 2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,43 Football 2,
3,43 Class President 23 Boys' State 33 Class Treasurer 33 Track 1,2,3,4Q F.F.A.
2nd Vice-President 33 F.F.A. President 43 F.F.A. Treasurer 23 Football Co-cap
janet Johnston--Transferred from Corvallis, Montana 23 F.H.A. 3,43 F.H.A. Vice-
President 43 Chorus 2,3,43 Physical Ed. 2,3.
Claudia Kelly--F.H.A. 1,43 Physical Ed. 2,3.
Ben Longbottom-- Boys' State 33 Debate 3,43 One-Act Play 1.
Paul Martin--Boxing 13 Class President 33 Annual Staff 43 Yellowjacket Staff 43
Football 23 Boys' State 33 F.F.A. 13 Chorus 3,4.
Dixie Lee Osbum -- F.H. A. 1,2,3,43 Class Secretary 43 Annual Staff 43 Yellowjacket
Staff 3,43 F.H.A. President 43 F.H.A. Historian 33 Physical Ed. 2,33 Drill Team
13 F.H.A delegate to State Convention 3.
LaVeme Osburn- - F.F.A. 1,2,3,43 F.F.A. 2nd Vice-President 33 F.F.A Secretary 43
F.F.A. delegate to National Convention 4.
Richard Overholtzer--F.F.A. 1,2,43 F.F.A. Sentinel 13 Student Council 3.
jean Paulson--Student Council 13 Class Treasurer 43 F.H. A. 2,33 Yellowjacket
Staff 3,43 Annual Staff 43 Cheerleader 43 Prom Queen Attendant 33 Physical Ed.
2,33 Drill Team 1,43 F.H.A. delegate to State Convention 3.
jack Polson- -Transferred from Roberts, Idaho, 4.
Donald Puyear--Class Treasurer 13 F.F.A. 1,2,3,43 F.F.A. Vice-President 4.
Shirley Rehberg--F.H.A. 1,2,3,43 Chorus 2,3,4Q Yellowjacket Staff 3,43 Annual Staff
43 Cheerleader 23 F.H.A. District Secretary 23 F.H.A Parliamentarian 3,43 Physi-
cal Ed. 2,33 One-Act Play 13 Drill Team l,4.
Weston Rhodes-- Transferred from Rupert Idaho3 Football 2,33 "S" Club 3,43 "S"
Club Vice-President 43 Track 3.
Donald Schrage-- F.F.A. 1,2,3,43 Football 2,3,43 "S" Club 3,43 F.F.A. Reporter 43
F.F.A. Treasurer 3.
Ralph Squires--Football 2,3,43 Annual Staff 43 Yellowjacket Staff 53 "S" C1ub4,5.
Quinn Sullivan-- F.F.A. 1,2,3,43 "S" Club Football Manager 2g Annual Staff 4.
Donald Terry-- Student Council 1,43 Basketball 3,43 Football 3,43 "S" Club 3,43
Boxing 13 Basketball Captain 4.
June Wagner--Class Secretary 13 F.H.A. 1,43 Drill Team 13 Chorus 2,33 Physical
Sophie Weigand- - Cheerleader 3' Pr
, om Queen Attendant 3, Class Vice-President lg
Student Council 33 Yellowjacket Staff 4g Annual Staff 45 F.H.A. Treasurer 23
Physical Ed. 2,39 Drill Team 1,4.
Arlene Williamson-- Girls' State 35 F.H.A. 1,23 Class Secretary 3g Student Council
25 Chorus 2,4g F.H. A. Secretary 2, Annual Staff 49 Yellowjacket Staff 3,43 Phys-
ical Ed. 2,35 Drill Team 1,4.
Maybelle Zeiler-- F.H
.A. 1,45 Annual Staff 4, Prom Queen Attendant 35 Yellowjacket
Staff 35 Physical Ed. 2,3g Drill Team 1.
LAST WILL AND TESTAME T
We, the senior class of 1950, hereby leave these personal traits to our lower
classmates with the hope that they will live up to our expectations in the use of
I, jack Austin, will my ability to attract all the girls to Don Miller.
I, George Bozlee, will my ability and physique to Clarence McNett with the
hope that he will put it to good use.
I, Tom Burditt, will my car to anyone who can afford as much oil as gas.
I, Emily Chesmore, will my quiet ways to Jeannette Bear.
We, Duane Clatworthy, Norman Johnson, and Rolland Clevidence, will our
girls back to the Junior Class for the time being.
I, Don Enebo, will my good hearing to Bill Wheatley.
I, Harold Enebo, would will my broken leg to someone, but they wouldn't
I, jim Harris, will my ability to catch passes to Whitey.
I, Ray Hawley, will my ability to grow a beard to Jimmy Winters.
I, Phyllis Hayden, will my slim figure to Dianne Miller.
I, janet I-lill,will myhair to Betty Felde.
I, Claudia Kelly, will Mrs. Metcalf to the next ten generations.
I, janet Johnston, will my long hair to Adelina Munoz.
I, Ben Longbottom, will my ability to keep my books throughout the year to jim
I, Paul Martin, will my Casanova Personality to Bill Wheatley.
I, Dixie Lee Osbum, will my Prom Queen crown to the next lucky girl in the
I, I.aVeme Osbum, will my whiskers fall two of themj to Bob Griffin.
I, Richard Overholtzer, will a few inches to Stanley, as he needs them worse
than I do. V
We, jean Paulson and Sophie Weigand, will our silliness to Jaime Bailey and
Donna Mae Wright.
I, Don Puyear, will the trinkets in my car to Patti O'Hare.
I, Shirley Rehberg, will my trim figure to Louise Lunde.
I, Weston Rhodes, would will something but I want to keep her.
I, Don Schrage, will my ability to be continually late to school to Jimmy Win-
I, Ralph Squires, will my ability to stay in English class to Jim Bird.
I, Don Terry, will Grace to whomever thinks he is big enough to take her away
from me. '
I, June Wagner, will my temper to Carol Harper.
I, Arlene Williamson, will my loud fingernail polish to Laverne Lovingood.
I, Maybelle Zeiler, will my height to Wayne Avery since he needs it so badly.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we hereunto set our hands and hearts in seal at dear
old Stevensville High School this twenty-fifth day of May in the year of our Lord,
Nineteen Hundred and Fifty.
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Must tell you all the news about our old class of '5O. Did you know that jack
Austin is now manager of the Boo-boo Burlesque Show in New York City. And who
could his leading star be but Phyllis Hayden. The crowds are so enthusiastic that
Ray Hawley, now a rookie on the police force, is kept hopping to keep order.
But tlmt's just a beginning. Get this. George Bozlee has actually turned out
to be a famous crooner adored by his bobby sox fans. Richard Overholtzer is the
MC of his radio program. Tom Burditt is doing a commendable job training little,
yellow Canaries to accompany Boz on his show.
Duane Clatworthy keeps house for his wife who manages a big textile firm
while Rolly Clevidence is converting his fellow men as a stiff and consecrated
clergyman. Oh, Jessie, remember Harold Slip Enebo? Well, he's president of Har-
vard now. Swell, huh? His cousin Don Enebo is building up quite a fortune swab-
bing out beer joints. Jim Harris is a comedy star in the ice capades. Gosh, did
you know that Janet Hill operates a very specialized matrimonial agency? Norman
Johnson has a swell job posing for "that Pepsodent smile" advertisement. Then
there is janet Johnston who manages 3 of her husbands 5 ranches.
Ben Longbottom is in popular demand as a baby sitter, for he successfully
croons the little rascals to sleep in his great bass voice. Paul Martin has a prom-
ising future painting horse stalls in private barns.
Emily Chesmore is a rich woman in her own right. She has made a hobby of
teaching her pet frogs how to swim the backstroke. june Wagner is at present liv-
ing with her fifth husband, the honorable Lord Ashton. Oh, yes, Dixie Lee Osbum
is a concert tap dancer. She has bleached her hair and acquired a European accent
Don Puyear is a baby photographer. He uses all his spending money in lawsuits
with his various wives. Shirley Rehberg is famous, you know. She was the first
woman to climb Mt. Ranier unaided. LaVeme Osburn is in a thriving business. He
owns the F eetfirst Funeral Parlor.
I hope I'm not boring you, Jessie. But you'l1 perk up when you hear about Ar-
lene Williamson. She is a much desired and advertised eye-brow plucker in her own
famous salon. She goes by the name of Madam Arlenia Williamsonia. Then there
is Ralph Squires who gives private lessons in French on how to approach women in
l'a.ffaires da la mour.
Sophie Weigand has just given birth to her fifth boy. Another pebble on the
beach. Remember little Maybe1leZei1er? She manufactures her own patented inven
tion- -Zeilers Zippers for Zeigfield Zootsuits. Don Terry is a fine upstanding fel-
low who has won the reputation of being a false teeth expert. Claudia Kelly is a
chemist theses expert on the causes of the ingrown toe nail. At the same time
Weston Rhodes has battled his way to fame and fortune by raising square-tailed
squirrels. And as you well know, Jean Paulson is now first woman governor of
your own home state, Tennessee.
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We, the class of "51" were duly initiated to the premises of the Stevensville
High School on the memorable day of September 8, 1947.
The Freshman class officers were: President, Robert Griffin, Vice President,
Wayne Avery, Secretary, Donna Wright, Treasurer, Helen Howard, Student Council
Representative, Charles Wark and Leona Wood. Our Sponsor was Mr. Gill.
Come the following year, we had the pleasure of initiating the new members to
Stevi High's society. Again we under went the usual formality of election of class
officers. They are as follows: President, Patti O'Hareg Vice President, Wayne
Averyg Secretary-Treasurer, Marilyn Robinson, Student Council Representatives, Jim
Porch and LaVonne Pollg Class Sponsor, Mrs. Lockridge.
At last we are upper classmen. During our junior year we followed the usual
tradition of sponsoring the social activities-- the junior Barn Dance and the Prom.
Our officers for this year are: President, Wayne Avery, Vice President, jim
Poxchg Secretary, Sharlene Marting Treasurer, Charles Warkg Student Council, Helen
Howard and Bob Griffin. Ed Rossmiller was chosen as our Class Sponsor.
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The junior Prom was held in the high school gym on the evening of April 14th.
The juniors worked diligently for two weeks decorating and planning for the coming
event. Their theme was "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs." The walls were cov-
ered by pictures drawn and colored by several members of the junior class. A scene,
including animals and Snow White in her glass casket, was cleverly arranged on the
stage. The throne represented a large red apple.
At twelve o'c1ock the grand march began. On the arm of Wayne Avery, president
of the junior class, 'Dixie Lee Osbu.rn was escorted to the throne. A crown of rose
buds was placed on her head and she was crowned Prom Queen of nineteen hundred
and fifty. After the grand march, the American Legion juniors served a lunch. At
two o'clock, the Junior Prom of 1950 came to an end. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed
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Gallant Glaze Goldbrand Gonzalez
Hafer Hayden Johnston Kelly
Larson Lovingood McCarthy Miller
A. Munoz J. Munoz Osburn Overholtzer
Porter Puyear Rexinger Rhodes
Strange Sampson Waddington Wood
SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY
Our class of "SZ" entered the doors of S. H. S. on that well remembered day
of September 7, 1948. It is the day that we will remember as the beginning of our
higher education. We must strive to ascend the remaining three steps and receive
our valued diplomas.
The high school students were amused by the initiation of us Freshman at
Freshman Reception. We in turn honored them by giving them the Sophomore Re-
The officers of our Freshman year were Adelina Munoz, Presidentg Russel
Edwards, Vice Presidentg jacquelyn Antrim, Secretaryg Robert Puyear, Treasurer,
Elva Johnston and joe Munoz, Student Council Representatives. Our Class Spon-
sor was Mrs. Hunt.
To start off our Sophomore year we had great pleasure in initiating the Fresh
men into our school, which was climaxed by the Freshman Reception. Later the
Sophomore Return was given in our honor by the Freshmen.
For our Sophomore year we elected the following officers-- President, Bob
Puyearg Vice President, Doris Larson, Secretary-Treasurer, Delores Eastman, Stu-
dent Council, Beverly Rhodes and Westly Frazer. Miss Renouard was our class
Nice car, Rolly
Voo Doo Dancers
Moore and Strand
Bev, Pat and Jeanie
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Granteer Harper Canton Gill
Larson McConnell jame s Krout
Riekena Sampson Shrine: G. Smith
Schreckend gust Schwaderer Todd Tull
J. Smith Squires Wood Zeiler
FRESHMEN CLASS HISTORY
We, the class of "53" took our first step to success on September 6. Knowing
the problems we had facing us, we elected the following capable leaders: jerry San-
ders, President, Violet Williamson, Vice-Presidentg Dorothy Ann Larson, Secretary-
Treasurerg Kenneth Krout and jerry Buck, Representatives to the Student Council.
Miss Westby was chosen as our Class Sponsor.
The reception given by the Sophomore Class, consisted of a brutal initiation
and a dance to make up for the embarrassment we suffered. By trying to get off to
a good start, we gave the Sophomores a dance in return. We began to take our place
in old S. H. S. by settling dovm to vigorous studying. Nevertheless, our superiors
Uuniors and Seniorsj still gave us the old tunaround that the Freshman Class re-
ceives every year. But we didn't mind because we have something to look forward
to. We can look forward to three more years, two of which we will be the upper-
just Senior gals
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Standing: P. Hayden, M. Zeiler, C. Harper, C. Kelly, Mrs. Metcalf, B. Overholtzer,
J. Wagner, J. Puyear, P. McConnell, B. Tull, D. Larson,
Seated: J. Hill, S. Rehberg, D. Osburn, V. Williamson, T. Canton, and G. Buck.
F. H. A. F. F. A.
Top Row: Cromwell, Gerdon, Gill Sullivan, Glaze, Sutherland, Pfau, Covert, Felde,
Rexinger, Second Row: Green, Austin, Clatworthy, Hafer,'Overholtzer, Sampson,
Hayden, Porter, McNett, Overholtzer, Sandersg Bottom Row: Schrage, Sullivan,
Clevidence, Puyear, Mr. Gill, Johnson, Enebo, and Osburn.
F. H. A.
The Future Homemakers of America consist of twenty members. The club mot-
to is "Toward New Horizons". The officers are:
President: Dixie Lee Osburn
Vice President: Janet Johnston
Secretary: Teresa Canton
Treasurer: Violet Williamson
Parliamentarian: Shirley Rehberg
Reporter: Phyllis Hayden
Song Leader: Geraldine Buck
Historian: Betty Overholtzer
The main events for the year were the District Meeting at Plains and a Christ-
mas party in the Home Econorni cs Department.
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The Future Farmers of America is a national organization for the boys study-
ing vocational agriculture in public secondary schools which open under the provi-
sion of the National Vocational Education Acts. High school departments of voca-
tional agriculture provide four year courses of systematic instruction in agriculture
and farm mechanics.
Stevensville's four man judging team of last spring was composed of the follow-
ing boys:Notman Johnson, Lee Schrock,Harold Enebo, and Donald Schrage. This
judging team was awarded the silver certificate for judging. This year the chapter
was deeded a tree farm from the A. C. M.
Their officers for this year are President, Norman johnson, First Vice-President
Donald Puyear: Second Vice-President,Rolancl Clevidence: Third Vi ce-President,
Quinne Sullivan: Secretary, LaVerne Osburng Treasurer, Harold Enebog Reporter, Don-
ald Schrageg and Advisor, Ralph Gill.
There are thirty-two members of the Stevensville chapter of Future Farmers of
Don Schrage received the award of S100 and a certificate of first place in the
State for farm mechanics.
Standing: J. Porch, B. Puyear, D. Terry, Mr. Rossmiller, 1. Munoz, J. Porter, D.
Seated: D. McKinney, N. Johnson, R. Clevidence, B. Griffin, J. Austin, W. Rhodes
B. Wheatley, and D. Clatworthy. -
Standing: D. Terry, B. Griffin, W. Frazer, K. Krout, Mr. Tamplin.
Seated: J. Hill, H. Howard, B. Rhodes, and G. Buck.
The "S" Club is an organization of boys who have succeeded in earning their
letters in some form of athletics. The officers for the year 1949, 1950 are: Presi-
dent, Roland Clevidenceg Vice President, Weston Rhodes, Secretary-Treasurer,
joe Munoz, Bob Griffin, Earl Kelly, john Porter, Bob Puyear, and Duane Mc-
Kinney have earned one letter in football. Weston Rhodes, Ray Hawley, George
Bozlee, Don Terry, jack Austin, Duane Clatworthy, Iim Harris, Don Schrage, and
Bill Wheatley have eamed two letters. Jim Porch and Norman Johnson have earn-
ed three and Roland Clevidence has earned four letters in football.
Don Enebo, Wayne Avery, Don Terry, and Tom Burditt have earned one letter
in basketball. jim Porch has earned two and Norman johnson has earned three
letters in basketball.
jack Austin, Don Enebo, john Porter, Duane Clatworthy, Duane McKinney,
jim Porch, and Tom Burditt each have earned one letter in track. Norman johnson
has earned two letters in track.
The "S" Club now has 21 members and is sponsored by Coach Ed Rossmiller.
The student council is made up of two members from each class. The members
are: janet Hill, Donald Terry, Helen Howard, Robert Griffin, Beverly Rhodes, Wes-
ley Frazer, Kenneth Krout and Geraldine Buck. The elected officers are: President
Helen Howard, Secretary, janet Hillg and Treasurer, Beverly Rhodes. Mr. Tamplin
acts as sponsor. The purpose of the student council is to act upon matters of inter-
est to the school.
Standing: Mr. Chapman, P. Martin, G. Strange, D. Eastman, J. Antrim, D. Enebo,
L. Wood, L. Poll, B. Longbottom, R. O'Hare, B. Griffin.
Seated: J. McNett, E. Chesmore, E. Johnston, L. Waddington, J. Bailey, D. Wright,
H. Howard, S. Martin and J. Prouty.
lst Row: V. Gallant, L. Hollibaugh, D. Eastman, J. Antrim, R. Howard, N. Franks,
B. Overholtzer, P. O'Hare, A. Williamson, Mr. Chapman.
Znd Row: A. Munoz, E. Chesmore, E. Johnston, D. Larson, J. Bailey, D. Wright, S.
Rehberg, A. Sampson.
3rd Row: A. Sutherland, J. McNett, P. Martin, A. Sampson, and B. Longbottom.
Speech is a new activity in Stevensville. It has grown a great deal however
and the speech teams were quite successful.
Those members of the varsity speech squad and their respective fields are:
Patti O'Hare . . Debate
Robert Griffin . . Debate
Don Enebo . . Debate
Ben Longbottom . . Debate and Extemporaneous speaking.
Delores Eastman . .Original oratory and declamations.
jacquelyn Antrim . . Declamation
Georgianne Strange . . Declamation
Elva Johnston . . Declamation
Emily Chesmore . . Original Oratory
Tom Burditt . . Extemporaneous Speaking
james Winters . . Decl amation
Sharline Martin . . Declamation
Lorraine Waddington . . Extemporaneous Speaking
The Speech Team made four trips this year. They went to Sacred Heart Acad-
emy in Missoula, District Tournament at Blackfoot, Idaho, Divisional Tournament
at Polson and the Interscholastic Meet at Missoula.
Among their opponents were Kalispell, Missoula, Emmet, Idaho, Blackfoot,
Idaho, Great Falls, Billings, Havre, Logan, Utah, and Wenatchee, Washington.
jacquelyn Antrim and James Winters were the county declamation winners in
both bo s and irls divisions.
Members earning 20 points are eligible for membership into the National For-
ensic League, an honorary speech society.
The speech activities are direct ed by Mr. Floyd Chapman.
This year the glee clubs presented a Christmas program with the theme of
"Carols of Many Lands," Patti O'Hare sang a solo, and Noreen Franks sang an
incidental solo. The boys chorus also sang several carols.
The choral groups presented "The Count and the Co-ed", an operetta, in th
first part of March.
The Chorus is directed by Mr. Floyd Chapman.
Standing: J. Harris, A. Williamson, P.Martin, D. Enebo, Mr. Tamplin.
Seated: J. Paulson, S. Weigand, J. Hill, S. Rehber and D. Osburn.
Standing: J. Bailey, D. Wright, A. Williamson, N. Franks, P. Martin, L. Wood, Miss
Westby, P. O'Hare, S. Rehberg, D. Osburn, J. Hill, C. Wark, S. Martin, R. Squires,
Seated: L. Poll, D. Enebo, J. Paulson and E. Chesmore.
The annual staff was appointed in November. The staff began their work in
December and has devoted a great deal of time to this project. The staff is as
Co-Editors: Dixie Lee Osbum and Donald Enebo
Business Manager: jean Paulson
Activities: Arlene Williamson, Shirley Rehberg,
and Maybelle Zeiler
Class: Sophie Weigand, Emily Chesmore, Ben
Longbottom and Tom Burditt
Humor and Cartoons: Quinn Sullivan and Richard
Picture Manager: Paul Martin
Advisor: Mr. Tamplin
P PER STAFF
A staff of Seniors, Juniors, and Sophomores worked together to publish the
paper which came out every six weeks. The staff was as follows:
Editor: jean Paulson
Assistant Editor: Lavonne Poll
Advertising: Charles Wark
Art: Paul Martin and Eleda Snedigar
Sports: Ralph Squires
News-Typists-Makeup: Arlene Williamson, Shirley Rehberg,
janet Hill, Dixie Lee Osburn, Sophie Weigand, Patricia
O'Hare, Jaime Bailey, Georgianne Strange, Noreen Franks,
Lorraine Waddington, Donna Wright, Delores Eastman, and
Sponsor: Miss Westby
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Top: Krout, Squires, Wheatley, Griffin, Munoz, Rhodes, Avery, Porter
Second: Puyear, Hafer, Harris, Porch, Austin, Terry, Schrage
Bottom: Assist. Coach Bozlee, Frazer, Enebo, Clevidence, johnson, McKinney
Clatworthy, Gill, Coach Ed Rossmiller
FOF2 Tl-IE SECOND
A SUCCESSFUL SEASON
After several weeks of hard practice, Stevi won from a strong Anaconda Cen-
tral team by a score of 20 to 12. The next week the Yellowjackets came home
from St. Ignatius defeated 19 to 6. The following week we traveled to Darby and
played on a muddy field, but won 27 to 7. Meeting the Blue Devils of Corvallis
the following week, Stevi won 26 to 13. Practicing extra hard during the next
week we met the Hamilton Broncs on their field and came home County Champs
by beating them 20 to 7. Feeling over confident the Yellowjackets played Salmon
Idaho and lost a muddy game by a score of 12 to 6. The following week we lost
again to Deer Lodge on our home field by 26 to 20. Deciding to get revenge Stevi
practiced faithfully and it payed off. We played Deer Lodge the following week
and came home champions of the South Western District by a score of 42 to 7.
This gave us our big chance to become Western Champions for two years in a row.
The Yellowjackets went to Whitefish and bowled over the heavy Bull Dogs to car-
ry away the Western Montana Division Championship by a score of 26 to 7.
The Stevensville Yellowjackets finished up their season with two banquets.
One was given by the mothers of the squad for the boys and their dads and the other
was given by the Civic Club.
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Guard Guard Guard
Bill Wheatley Don Schrage jim Porch
Tackle Tackle Center
TI-IE BALL CARRIERS
Norm Johnson, Co-Captain Rol Clevidence, Co-Captain jack Austin
Quarterback End Fullback
Duane Clarworthy Duane McKinney
Individual Pictures of Harris and Terry were not available.
JACK AUSTIN - Fullback on offense and' tackle on defense. He was powerful and
hard to tackle. He is a two yearletterman and a senior.
DUANE CLATWORTHY - Half back and a good ball handler. He is a two year let-
terman and a senior.
"WHITEY" DUANE MCKINNEY - Half back and a fast runner. Smallest man in the
backfield but hard to hurt. One year letterman and a Junior.
NORMAN JOHNSON - Co-captain and Quarterback who called his plays well. He
ran, kicked and passed with accuracy. Three year letterman and a Senior.
ROLAND CLEVIDENCE - End and Co-captain. He was a powerful blocker and a
good pass receiver. Four year letterman and a Senior. 4
DON TERRY - An end who was good in breaking up interference. Two year letter-
man and a senior. O
DON SCHRAGE - Tackle who usually moved his man. Two year letterman and a
BILL WHEATLEY - Tackle and a hard hitter. Two year letterman and a Junior.
"PEP'JOE MUNOZ - Guard and one of the biggest men on the line. One year let-
terman and a Sophomore.
BOB GRIFFIN - Guard and took care of his men well. A one year letterman and a
JIM PORCH - Center on offense and end on defense. The heaviest man on the
squad. A three year letterman and a Junior.
JIM HARRIS - Half back on defense and end on offense. He broke up the pass plays
very well. Two year letterman and a Senior.
WESTON RHODES - Guard and a man who always got in to tackle. He was slowed
down by a leg injury, however. He was a two year letterman and a Senior.
JOHN PORTER - Played Fullback in the absence of Austin. He ran and handled
the ball well. A one year letterman and a Sophomore.
BOB PUYEAR - A substitute quarter-back who made many good plays throughout
the season. A one year letterman and a Sophomore.
EARL KELLY - A good and heavy tackle who will do plenty more good playing
while in school. A one year letterman and a Sophomore.
GEORGE BOZLEE - Our assistant coach. Played on last years Championship
team. He was very efficient in helping the linemen reach top performance.
COACH ED ROSSMILLER - Ed came to Stevi from Missoula where he was a two
year letterman and captain of the Grizzlies at Montana State University. He has
coached the team three years and because of his patience and confidence in the
team he has brought them to two consecutive championships. The students not
only look upon him as a great coach but as an educational leader. He worked
hard with theteam but he accomplished his purposes, making it all worthwhile.
Bob Griffin, Roland Clevidence and Duane McKinney received the honor of being
chosen by the GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE poll of coaches, to be on the Western
Divisional All-Star Football team. This is one of the rewards for a good job, wel
done. Congratulations to you, boys!
This year we had two of our team members selected to go to the Shrine Game this
summer and play on the West team. They are jack Austin, tackle, and Roland
Clevidence, end. Good luck, boys!
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Avery, Center Burditt, Center Griffin, Guard
Munoz, Guard Porter, Forward Puyear, Forward
Stevi opened their basketball season December 9 here against Victor and won
by a score of 54 to 39. The following night the Florence Falcons left defeated by
35 to 33 in a close, hard fought game. December 16, Stevi went to Hamilton and
lost, 26 to 47. The following night Hamilton came to Stevi and had the table turn-
ed on them as the Yellowjackets won 50 to 31. On the night of the 21st, the Drum-
mond Trojans made the long trip to Stevensville and lost 72 to 49. The next night
Stevi journeyed to Darby and won a tough game 43 to 39. December 28 and 29 the
Yellowjackets traveled to Wallace and Mullen, Idaho, defeating Wallace 50 to 48
and Mullen, 56 to 33.
Coming home, the Yellowjackets took on Corvallis at Corvallis and won in a
hard fought game, 64 to 58. On the 7th on january Stevi played host to Florence
and beat them 46 to 26. The next game 'was at Victor where we again won handily
by a score of 57 to 21. The following night Stevi entertained Darby at home and
won easily 59 to 44. On the 21st day of january Stevi again beat Corvallis at
home, 70 to 52. Stevi was now riding the crest of a 10 game winning streak, but
doom was impending as they journeyed to Deer Lodge. We were beaten 58 to 47.
The following night the Yellowjackets were back in form and defeated Drummond
71 to 46 on their home floor.
On the first day of February, P-Burg came here and was taken to the cleaners,
65 to 41. The following night Corvallis came here and Stevi won their game from
the Blue Devils for the third time by a score of 63 to 47. On February 10, Deer
Lodge came here confident of victory but the Yellowjackets forged ahead in the
fourth quarter to win 65 to 54. The next night, Corvallis came here hot as fire.
They won 84 to 60. Stevi was in a slump. The Yellowjackets lost three in a row,
Hamilton twice--65 to 63 and 55 to 44, and P-Burg--57 to 52 in the last game be-
fore the tournament.
The Yellowjackets drew a bye in the first night of the tournament. The sec-
ond night they took on Florence and won 52 to 46. Two nights later in the Champ-
ionship Game, they defeated Corvallis in a red hot game, 71 to 66. Norman john-
son set a new District 15 scoring record of 45 points in this game. The old record
was 41 made by Dee Powell of Florence in the '49 tournament.
After defeating the Corvallis Blue Devils, the Yellowjackets rested for a few
days and then went to Missoula to play Whitehall, the District 16 Champs, to see
which team would go to the state tournament. Stevensville had an off night and
Whitehall won by a score of 68 to 49.
Stevi played 25 games this season, and won the biggest percentage of them.
The season was considered entirely successful.
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The annual invitational track meet was held at Corvallis, Saturday, May 6,
with about eighteen schools participating. It was a very cold day for a track
meet. The wind was blowing so .there were only a few spectators. This track
meet ended with Corvallis first, Hamilton second, Salmon third, and Stevi fourth.
The Stevi boys that placed in the invitational were as follows:
440 yd. run -------- D. Enebo, first place, D. Clatworthy, fifth place.
Shot put ----------- Porch, fifth place.
High jump --------- Burditt tied with two other boys for fifth place.
220 Low Hurdles--- Porter, first.
100 yd. dash ------- McKinney, fourthg Porter, fifth.
220 yd. dash ------- Porter, fourthg McKinney, fifth.
Pole vault --------- johnson, third.
Relay ------- ----- S tevi Uohnson, Enebo, Porter, McKinr1eyJ second.
The following Friday, May 12, was the county track meet which was also held at
Corvallis. Hamilton came in first with 43M points, Stevi, giving them a hard bat-
tle came in second with 41 points, Corvallis third with 27Z points, Victor fourth
with 10 points, and Darby fifth with 4 points.
The boys from Stevi taking and placing in events are as follows:
120 yd. hurdles ---- Enebo, third.
Pole vault --------- johnson, first, height 11 ft.
100 yd. dash- ------ McKinney, secondg Porter, third.
Shot put ----------- Porch, third.
440 yd. run -------- -Enebo, firstg Clatworthy, thirdg timeg 52.7.
200 yd. low hurdles-Porter, firstg time 24.1.
880 yd. run -------- Clatworthy, third.
Broadjump ---- --- Johnson, first, distance 18 ft. 92 in.
Relay ------------- Stevensville first, time, 1.38.
High point men of the track meet were Ruffato and Clark with 12 points each,
Johnson, 11M points, and Porter with 10M points.
At the Interscholastic track meet at Missoula,Stevensville shone spectacularly
only in the 440 which was won by Don Enebo. Porter took fourth in the 220 low
hurdles and the relay team took fourth.
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june Wagner, Emily Chesmore, Shirley Rheberg, Don Enebo, june Wagner, Arlene Williamson, Don Enebo, janet
janet Hill, Jeannie Paulson, Ben Longbottom,Arlene William- Hill, and Shirley Rheberg.
son, Sophie Weigand, Dixie Lee Osburn, and Norman johnson.
COUNT AND THE CO-ED
jim Porch, Diane Miller, Betty Overholtzer, Patti O'Hare,
Tom Burditt, Ruth Howard, Paul Martin, Ben Longbottom,
Stanley Overholtzer, jack McNett, Clarence McNett, Dorthy
Larson, Violet Williamson, Georgianne Strange, jacquelyn
Antrim, Adelina Munoz, and Alan Sampson.
jim Porch as the count, and
Patti O'Hare as the coed.
Ann Sampson, Violet Williamson, jacquelyn Antrim,
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