Stevensville High School - Yellowjacket Yearbook (Stevensville, MT)
- Class of 1951
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MAUDE LOCKRIDGE WILLIAM HENRY GRACE WILHELM
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Home Economics English
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Basketball 1,2.3,45 Boys State 35
Football 1, 2,3,45 Annual staff 4.
FHA 15 Chorus 1, 2,35 Drill Team
3,45 Pep Club 45 Pep Club Sec, -Treas.
45 Amiual Staff45 Paper Staff 3.4:
Senior Play 45 P. E, 1, 2.
Student Council 15 Chorus 1, 25 Triple
Trio 15 P,E. 1,25 FHA 15 Paper staff 35
Senior Play 45 Annual Staff 45 Drill
Transferred from Rexburg, Idaho 45
FFA 45 Senior Play 45 Annual Staff 4,
Transferred from Charlo 25 Drill Team 35
Prom Queen Attendant 35 Annual Staff 45
Paper Staff 45 Senior Play 45 P.E, 2.
FHA 1,25 Chorus 1,2,35 Prom Queen
Attendant 35 Annual Staff 45 Paper Staff
45 Senior Play 45 P,E, 1.2.
Senior Play 45 FFA 3,45 FFA Pres, 45
Band 3,45 Annual Staff 4.
S-Club 3,45 Football 1,3,45 Basketball 35
Football Co-captain 45 Boys State 35 Class
Pres, 1,45 Annual Editor 45 Senior Play 45
Student Council 3,45 S-Club Sec, -Treas,
45 Science Club 45 N,F.L. 35 Debate 3,
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Girl's State 33 Class Sec, 33 One-Act
Play 33 Cheerleader 43 Declamation 1,
33 Pep Club 43 Co-editor of Paper 43
Annual Staff 43 Chorus 1, 23 Student
Con, 43 sr, Play 4.
Senior Play 43 FFA 13 Band 3,45 Chorus
2,33 Student Council 43 Basketball 43
Annual Staff 4.
Senior Play 4g FFA 13 Science Club 43
Chorus 1, 2,32 Student Council 43
Basketball 4g Annual Staff 4,
Annual Staff 43 Paper staff 3,41 Chorus
1,2,3S Pep Club 43 Drill Team 3,42
Debate 33 Student Council 43 Senior Play
43 Class Pres. 23 Band 43 Jr, Red Cross 43
Chorus 1,2,33 P.E. 1,22 Paper Staff 43
Annual Staff 43 Drill Team 3,43 Pep
Club 4g Triple Trio 13 Senior Play 4.
FHA 13 Class Tr, 13 Chorus 13 Student
Council 33 Student Council Pres. 33
Drill Team 43 Red Cross Council 43
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Paper Staff 3,43 Annual Staff 43 Drill
Team 33 FHA 1,43 FHA Pres. 43 Chorus
1-2.3: P.E. 1,2.
FHA 13 Chorus 13 Prom Queen Atten-
dant 33 Paper Staff 3,42 Annual Staff
43 P.E. 1,22 Senior Play 4.
Transferred from Mission 35 Sec, of
Library staff 35 Science Club 4g Annual
Staff 45 Senior Play 45 Paper Staff 3.4.
FFA 1,2.3,45 Band 3,45 Senior Play 45
Student Council Vice Pres. 45 Paper
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Football 1, 2,3,4g Student Colmcil
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Student Cotmcil 1: Chorus 23
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Senior Play 43 Annual staff 4:
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SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
The day broke bright and clear--perfect for a climb. The date, September 8. 1947.
the occasion--the class of "51" was embarking upon their long hike up the mountain-
side of knowledge, The course looked smooth and tmcomplicated, how wrong we
Our guide for the first lap of the long journey was Mr. Gill, The leader of the alpiners
was Bob Griffin, assistant- -Wayne Avery. Donna Wright kept the day by day log,
Helen Howard kept track of our many supplies and Charles Wark and Leona Wood served
upon the student council which acted as scouts,
Our roughest obstacle we encountered this particular year was our initiation--not only
formally into high school but also into its course of study,
We presented one gala affair in appreciation for the sophomores who had honored us
with the Freshman Reception. Our party was the Sophomore Retum and our first
By the time we reached our first resting spot in the spring of 1948, we thought we
couldn't possibly ever be more tired but with more pleasant memories, however,
more and better was to come,
There is something about a sophomore, he thinks he has conquered all and has reached
his ultimate in poise and knowledge. Our greatest joy was initiating the poor helpless
little freshmen. The new officers of our group were: Patti O'l-Iare, President: Wayne
Avery, Vice Presidentg Marilyn Robinson, Secretaryg Lavonne Poll and Jim Porch,
Student Council Representatives. Our guide for this year was Mrs. Lockridge who led
the self -sufficient hikers over their few troubles and many pleasures.
The third lap of our journey was certainly a new experience for us. We were upper-
classmen and were beginning to carry a little prestige,and by this time we definitely
knew our way and were reaching for the highest peak a year's trek ahead of us. This
was a time of triumph, we helped win the divisional football championship for the
second consecutive time and took the district basketball trophy. We not only excelled
in sports but we also did in social events. Barn dance was a success and the height of
our imagination and desire was our Junior Prom. All effort and anxiety paid off by the
most pleasant of dances in Stevi High, Officers were Wayne Avery, President: Jim
Porch, Vice Presidentp Sharline Martin, Secretaryg Charles Wark, Treasurerg Helen
Howard and Bob Griffin, Student Council Representativesg and Mr. Rossmiller, Sponsor,
It was hard to pass up the green meadow we had found in our Junior year but the top
was still a long way above. Now we started the year as knowing and seasoned seniors,
For some reason we could pass over the crevioes andsteep mountainsides with com-
parative ease and dignity, Our guides and leaders for this year had a great deal to do
as the senior year involves many large and small details that must be mastered or our
entire high school career would be incomplete. We were guided by Bob Griffin, re-
corded by Donna Wright, kept financially straight by Charles Wark, and our represen-
tatives to the new student government were: Gail Plummer and Jack McNett. Our
sponsor and advisor was Mr, Tamplin who we hold in gratitude for keeping in well on
the beaten path. Our presentations for posterity were: the Senior Class Play, our an-
nual and 'at last", commencement.
As we neared the last peak we didn't find our minds or legs weary, In fact, we
have seemed to gain new strength and ambition on our way up. As we look down
now we see the barriers we surmounted and the classes below clinging to the crags
and dancing in the pastures. For a short time we are at the IOP with diplomas in our
hands but across the way we see a higher and more rugged ascent that we will soon
start upon with thanks to our experience upon the hill of leaming commonly known
to all of us as 'old Stevensville High School, our alma mater. "
SENIOR CLASS WILL
We the class of "51" being of unsound minds and poor memories do hereby swear
1--"UM, U and make public this our first, last and only will and testament.
First: We direct that all our unpaid bills and library fines and deficient book funds
be taken care of and paid as soon as possible after our graduation by the junior class.
Second: We bequeath each of the under classes some little token of our memory.
To the Juniors we will our feeling of superiority.
To the Sophomores we will our high scholastic ability,
To the Freshmen we will our sophistication and dignity.
Third: Each and everyone of us wishes to will some particular token of our remem-
branoes to some person associated with the High School Empire, as follows:
I LaVonne I-iollibaugh will Chuck Whitesett back to a Jimior glll,
I Ruth Howard will my glasses to Mr. Henry in hopes he can see the gum chewers
I Eleanor Toepfer will my high pitched voice to Adelina Mimoz,
I Louise Lunde will my lost Business Training book to anyone who can find it.
I Charles Wark will my ability to get along with the teachers to Buckie Hafer,
I Noreen Franks will Mr. Tamplin to the next Sociology class,
I Donna Wright will my whistle to Mrs. Wilhelm.
I Darlene Cummings will my quiet and unnoticeable fahemy actions to Irene
I Lavonne Poll will my ability to acquire nicknames to any innocent Frosh,
I Sharline Martin will my nervous rash to Dolores Gonzalez with hopes that she finds
I Helen Howard will my dignified manner to Lorraine Bozlee.
I Jaime Bailey will my ability to make friends at tournament to Karen Dobrinz,
I Eleda Snedigar will my rope twirling ability to Elva Johnston,
I Patti O'Hare will my long vocabulary to Arthur Glaze.
I Leona Clatworthy will my moles to Georgiann Strange,
I Jack McNett will my ability to stay in English class to Clyde Wood.
I Larry Gerdon will my sophisticated ways to Betty Felde,
I Philip Sullivan will my ability as a moonshiner to Dolores Eastman.
I Clarence McNett will my big feet to Donna Avery,
I Jim Prouty will a few of my pounds to Clyde Wood. He needs them.
I Duane McKinney will my ability to get by with teasing Mrs. Harper to Carol and
I Jim Porch will to Albert Sutherin my tradition of arriving to school late in order
to break the monotony of lst period class.
I Bill Wheatley will my knife and paint brush to Joe Munoz to continue putting his
name on desks and painting "52".
I Wayne Avery will my disposition to Jeanette Bear,
I Jim Winters will locker 29 to Puyear and Frazer,
I Bob Griffin will to Pep Munoz the whiskers he thinks he already has.
I Gail Plummer will my sedate posture and walk to Violet Fae Williamson.
I Dave Cook will my pickup to Sam Hayden.
I Quinn Sullivan will my ability to stay in high school to anyone who has to go
into the Army.
Fourth: We the Senior Girls will to Mrs, Metcalf those sandwiches and cakes that
we were supposed to have stolen when we were freshmen,
Fifth: We the Senior Boys will the space left qwhat little there isy to write "52" on
In witness whereof, we the class of "51" do hereby wash our hands of the whole
deal come this 29th day of May in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred
Signed, sealed and delivered as our first, last and only will and testament, by
the above named.
Class of "51".
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NEW YORK TIMES
Date: May 29. 1961
To: Helen Howard, Star Reporter
From: Patti O'Hare, Feature Editor
Subject: finquire morgue forj May 29. 1951 Northwest Tribune
Please find this material as it has been ten years since we graduated and I would like
NEW YORK TIMES
Date: May 29, 1961
Subject: Tribune and Alumni
Upon reading article in said paper, I am curious to know what the various alumni are
doing now. Is there any possible way to gain this information.
NEW YORK TIMES
Date: May 29. 1961
Subject: Research results
After considerable research I have dug up the following data. I am pleased to find
that so many of the old class have made names for themselves. Many are near New York
and that is how I have received word of them. Philip Sullivan is in the mmic business
and I've heard he is a second Harry James and with a wife like Betty Grable. In locating
him I ran across LaVonne Hollibaugh who is now a member of the kick chorus in Radip
City Music Hall. Of course you've read about Jimmie Winters who is a big-time politi-
cian in Washington D. C, Another old standby who has made good in the big city is
Charles Wark, who is principal of a school of ballet,
Some of the "51"ers have really acquired glamourous occupations like Lavonne Poll
who is artist-in-chief for Esquire Magazine. Wayne Avery is doing fine as wrestling
coach in Vassar College for women. I have received word via Associated Press that a
few of our friends have devoted their lives for sake of humanity. Bob Griffin is said to
be one of the finest brain specialists in the cormtry. Jack McNett is engaged in the field
of chemical technology in M. I.T, Then there is Ruth Howard who is head nurse in Mayo's
Others who often hit the front pages of our paper are: Sharline Martin, who owns and
operates a racing stable and who is rumored to be a "bookie" on the sly. Darlene Cum-
mings, the sweet, unpretentious gal of yesteryear now a millionairess, throws gala parties
weekly as a hobby. Those having miscellaneous trades are: Eleanor Toepfer who is a
comptometer fwhatever that isj, Leona Clatwortby is a detective of renown and Jim Prouty
is a big time union leader in Chicago.
This is just half of the class of "51". Find remainder and report shortly,
NEW YORK TIMES
Date: May 29, 1961
Subject: Additional research
l have been very fortunate in being able to find all of the information you required.
Jaime Bailey is an English teacher in the Ozarks, while her sidekick, Donna Wright, is
doing very well teaching in a reform school near Reno, Nevada. And here is another one
of our classmates teaching, Louise Lunde. Right now she is in Hawaii teaching the natives,
Eleda Snedigar has a ranch in Texas and Noreen Franks is a private nurse to the ranch
veterinarian. Gail Plummer is stationed in the Northern part of Canada at a telegraph post,
She wants us to come up to see her some time, Jim Porch is looking for uranium in the
Bitteroot Valley. Larry Gerdon is a smash hit movie star riding the open ranges. His latest
movie, being directed by Clarence McNett, is entitled 'The Buckeroo From Stevi, " Dave
Cook is in Seattle testing jet cars to see how fast they can go.
Now news from our own small town, Bill Wheatley, mayor of Stevi, has declared a
royal holiday on May 29. honoring the Class of "51". Quinn Sullivan is the head grease-
monkey at Iohnny's Service Station and Duane McKinney is operating the Farmer's Union
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The Student Cotmcil is the organization which carries on all student body problems and
plans for projects such as assemblies and monitors, Its officers are: President, lim Porch:
Vice President, Philip Sullivang Secretary, Gail Plummerg Business Manager, Sharline Martin
We all feel that this organization makes our school more democratic. Everyone helps
in enforcing the rules which improves the school and the manners of the students.
This is a new organization to S,l-LS. It was organized for the purpose of supporting
the athletic games by the girls, not only as a cheering section but as ushers, selling can-
dy, popcorn and pop at games and presenting drills between halves of basketball games.
The final activities of the Pep Club were a banquet for the football and basketball
boys and a picnic for the members of the Pep Club,
Officers were: President, Patty Goldbrandg Secretary and Treasurer, Jaime Baileyg
and Student Council Representative, Sharline Martin and Dolores Gonzalez, Vice President
"S" Club consists of boys who earn letters in major athletics, including track, football
and basketball, At the present time the club has twenty-three members, They are: Bob
Griffin, Bill Wheatley, James Porch, Wayne Avery, Jim Prouty, Duane McKinney, Quinn
Sullivan, Seniors. Joe Munoz, Bob Puyear, Earl Kelly, John Porter, Buck I-Iafer, Sam Hay
den, Wesley Frazer, Gordon Wood, Juniors. Chuck Whitesitt, Kenneth Krout, Don Gill,
Sophomores, Jim Cotter, Clyde Wood, Dana Sullivan, Gary Rhodes. Freshman.
Officers for the year were elected as follows: President, Jim Porch, Vice President,
Bill Wheatleyg Secretary-Treasurer, Bob Griffin,
The major event of the year was the first annual "S" Club Talent Show, Outside of
this they spormored the annual clean-up day and several high school dances. New basket-
ball rmiforms for the team were purchased this year by the "S" Club.
The Stevensville chapter of Future Homemakers of America has 18 members this
year. We attended the district convention in Corvallis in October. We held the annual
Co-ed Prom again this year for all the girls in high school,
The officers are: President, Ruth Howard: Vice President, Barbara Cookg Secretary,
LaRue Downsg Treasurer, Beverly Marksg Historian, Eleanor Toepferg Song Leader, Donna
Westfallg Reporter, Della Cookg Parliamentariau, Janet Puyear. Karen Dobrinz was ap-
pointed Foreign Home Economics class chairman for Districts VI and VII.
This year the Science Club president is Wesley Frazer, Secretary, Lavone Poll:
Student Council representative is Bob Griffin.
This was the first year that any such club had been organized and it was very
successful. The club has had fun in all the experiments that took place or should
we say almost took the place,
The staff this year consisted of Bob Griffin, Editor, Lavonne Poll, Assistant Editorg
Patti O'Hare, Business Manager and the rest of the members who served on various
committees, One of the most important aspects of the annual is the group of studio-
taken photographs, Members of the committee that handled this were Charles Wark,
Helen Howard, Jaime Bailey and Jack McNett.
Work on the annual has been conducted since February and during its culmination--
the last few weeks of school--all members of the class of "51" were set to work making
dummy sheets, typing, writing stories, doing illustrations and gathering snapshots.
We, the staff, sincerely hope that by way of this annual we can leave a pleasant
reminder of us and our last year in high school,
The paper staff this year has been very active. They had many candy sales, dances
and other activities that raised the money to have the paper published, The Editor,
La Vonne Pollg Co-editor, Sharllne Matting Make-up, Lorraine Waddington and Helen
Howard, News Editor, Georgiann Stranger Feature Editor, Patti O'l-lareg Sports, James
Winter and Gail Plummer, Business Manager, Jaime Bailey, for the first semester.
Second semester the editor, Lorraine Waddington, Co-editor, Georgiann Strangeg
Make-up, Doris Larson and Carol Harperg News editor, Beverly Rhodes: Feature, Jacque-
lyn Antrim: Sports, Patty Goldbrandg Business Manager, Betty Overholtzerg Art editor
for both semesters was Dolores Eastman. This year two delegates were sent to the Pow
Wow, They were Lorraine Waddington and Dolores Eastman.
The main events of the year were the fair exhibits by the Stevi members at the
coturty fair, our district meet at Corvallis and our state convention at Bozeman. The
members who went to Bozeman are judges Phillip Sullivan, Duane Hafer, Clarence
McNett. Delegates Albert Sutherlin and Alan Sampson,
Officers for this year are Alan Sampson, Presidentg Alben Sutherlin, Vice President:
Donald Pfau, 2nd Vice Presidentg George Pfau, 3rd Vice Presidentg Bill Felde, Secretaryg
Don Gill, Treasurerg Stanley Overholtzer, Reporterg Russel Cromwell, Sentinel: and
Ralph Gill. Advisor.
Under the direction of Charles Grafft our music department has advanced rapidly this
year. The band has many high school students as well as the grade school which has
helped fill out the sections. It has provided entertainment at several basketball games
and for social organizations. The climax of the years' work was a Spring Concert pre-
sented at the high school gym on May 13. A council was elected by the members at
the beginning of the year to decide upon matters concerning the band, Band awards
were given to members passing required tests and having required number of points. In
addition to the band Mr, Grafft has directed a trio made up of Patti O'Hare, Delores
Eastman and Adelina Munoz with Georgiann Strange accompanying on the piano,
Two representatives from each class make up the Junior red cross council. This
group meets together to plan the activities for the entire organization, which is made
up of students interested in the work of the junior red cross, The junior red cross or-
ganization was in charge of the advertisement for the T B X-ray drive, sponsored the
spotted fever shot in the school and compiled a scrapbook to send to a foreign country.
Class representatives are: Seniors, Gail Plummer and Helen Howardg Juniors,
Georgiann Strange and Jacquelyn Antrimg Sophomoresg Carol Harper and Jerry Sanders:
and Freshmen, Dick Thoft and Donna Westfall.
Front row: Coach Fox, Don Gill, Clyde Wood, Bob Griffin, Duane McKinney, Harold Walters
Don Carruthers, Middle row: George Filcher, Stanley Overholtzer. Gordon Wood, Charles
Whitesett, Kenneth Krout, Sam Hayden, Sabe Pfau, Back row: Jim Porch, Bob Puyear, Earl
Kelly, Bill Wheatley, Joe Munoz, Jim Prouty, Wesley Frazer.
DUANE McKlNNEY, Half Back BOB GRIFFIN, Guaxd
BILL WHEATLEY, Tackle JIM PORCH, End
SAM HAYDEN, Center JOE MUNOZ, Full Back and Guard
EARL KELLY, Tackle DUANE HAFER, Tackle
WESLEY FRAZER, Hllf Back GGIDON WOODS, End
DON GILL, End GECRGE FILCHER, End
KEN KROUT, End JIM CUTTER, Half Back
Pictures are not available of:
JOHN PORTER, Half Back
BOB PUYEAR, Quarterback
HAROLD WALTERS, Guard
DON CARRUTHERS, Full Back
SABE PFAU, Tackle
CHARLES WHITESETT, Half Back
STANLEY OVERHOLTZER, Seat Back
JIM PROUTY, Half Back
CLYDE WOOD, Center
The Stevensville Yellowjackets began their 1950-51 football training on August 25.
There were 25 boys who turned out for practice, five of which were on the 49-50 cham
Our first game was played September 15, with Anaconda Central, Seven games
were played, two of which were conference games. We ended our season with a game
with Deer Lodge on November 3.
Coach Fox predicts a very successful team for next year,
One of the many mighty scrambles!
Top row: J. McNett, Krout, Porter, Filcher, Avery, Porch, Cotter, Coach Fox,
Bottom row: C. Whitesett, Geer, Squires, Bennett, Gi11,McKinney, Puyeax, Munoz, Prouty.
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FILCHER - Broad Jump MCKINNEY - 100 yard dash
Six Stevi voys turned out for track this year and were issued suits by coach Clyde Fox.
In the first meet of the season, Stevensville participated against Darby and Corvallis,
this meet ended in a three-way tie for first place. The following week the team en-
tered the county track meet, The results of the meet were, Hamilton first, Stevens-
ville second and Corvallis third, On May fifth, Stevi placed fourth in the Corvallis
Invitational Trackmeet, There were sixteen teams entered.
Stevensville's relay team consisted of the following speedsters, McKinney, Cotter,
Filcher and Porter, They won the county relay by a wide margin, ln winning the
invitational relay they covered the half -mile distance in the remarkable time of
1:38, 7 which is only . 2 of a second off the Invitational record.
The two most outstanding runners in Stevi's team are McKinney and Porter,
The team consisted of McKinney, Porter, Cotter, Filcher, Prouty, Strange and Pfau,
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