Stevensville High School - Yellowjacket Yearbook (Stevensville, MT)
- Class of 1953
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We, the graduating class of
1953, dedicate this volume to
our parents, teachers, and all
the others of the community
who have helped to make our
four years of high school pos-
sible. We thank you for giving
us some of the best years of
Harry M. Tamplin
Congratulations on your annual. As you
look back to these memories in future
years, may it be your province to see that
you have made your contribution to abetter
civilization and a peaceful nation. Let us
never look for an excuse for having lived.
Stevensville High School Built in 1901.
TH E PROG RESS
Clubs 81 Activitie
Agnes Karlberg Carol Houck
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Vernon Vanl-less Clyde Fox Henry Stish
History 85 Science Athletics 8a History Science Ka Math
John Daly Eileen Kulin Sid Tietema
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4-B'S STEVENSVILLE JEWELRY
Dorothy Ann Larson Roy Mace
James Mitchell Stanley Overholtzer
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SENIOR CLASS WILL
We, the Senior Class of 1953, being of sound minds and memories, do
make,publish, and declare this our first, last, and only Will and Testament.
Item 1. We direct that all our just debts and funeral expenses be paid
by the Juniors as soon as possible.
Item 2. To the Sophomores we leave the glorious feeling of being anup-
To the Freshmen we won't will anythingg you will have enough trouble
without anything else.
To the teachers we leave a sense of relief that they probably alreadyfeel
with our absence.
To Mr. Cook we leave sandpaper enough to clean off all "53's" and other
traces of our presence.
Item 3. As individual members, each and every one of us wishes to will
some particular memento to persons associated with Stevensville High School
I, June Anderson, will my long fingernails to Miss Karlberg.
I, Geinice Cook, will my ability to anyone who wants it.
I, Gerry Buck, will my bookkeeping to any unsuspecting soul.
I, Teresa Canton, will the umpteen test-tubes, beakers, and other par-
aphernalia that I broke in Junior Chemistry, also the window, to Mr. Stish
in hopes that his next year's class won't be so destructive.
I, Harold Case, will to Rosamond Johnson my poise, culture, and charm.
I, Russel Cromwell, will my ability to stay away from dames to Robert
I, Carol Harper, will my correspondence credits to Marlene Staat in
hopes she will graduate in "54."
I, Doris Hightower, will my short stature to anyone who wants it.
I, Bernadean James, will my quiet ways to Charlotte Stang.
I, Ken Krout, will to Marshall Bjork, the whiskers he already thinks he
I, Dorothy Ann Larson, will all of the Sax music to Gib Nichols.
I, Roy Mace, will my ability to get straight A's to Perry Fox.
I, Jim Mitchell, will . . . if possible.
I, Stanley Overholtzer, will be back next year.
I, Sabe Pfau, will my ability to stay in Vo-Ag class to Ross Prather.
I, Janet Puyear, will my typewriter to anyone who is foolish enough to
I, Ann Sampson, will my clarinet to Lee Ida in hopes she has as much
trouble as I did with it.
I, Cleta Schwaderer,will my smoke jumper boyfriends to Johanne Pope.
I, Gordon Squires, will my bank account to anyone who can keep it out of
I, Barbara Tull, will my bass drum to anyone that can carry it and play
it louder than I did.
I, Violet Williamson, will my ability to play jazz to Barbara McColly.
I, Doris Wood, will my voice to anyone who can make good use of it.
We, Donna Avery, Jeanette Bear, Sue Harris, Rosemary Riekena, and
Marlene Weigand will leave our fun to anyone who has enough nerve to live
up to it.
May 28, 1953
Finally our work was completed, and the time machine was tested for the last time this morning,
It was satisfactory for the use for which it was intended. The dials were set in their proper places: the
clocks were set. The last thing to do was press the button bearing the dates 1953 and 1853. The clock
on the wall marked the time as 8:00 p.m. The moment had arrived.
:Ireached my destination in 22 seconds. We had gone back in time to the year 1853, and I could see
my classmates of 1953 placed in the historic setting of the Bitterroot Valley near the small town of
Strolling through the rough settlement, my ears caught a familiar sound. Nearing a wigwam,l
realized that a class for young Indians and settlers' children was in session. On investigation, I found
that the teachers were Teresa Canton, Dorothy Ann Larson, and Gerry Buck.
In order to gather more information about my graduate class, I decided to go to the head man of
the settlement and in doing so, I found none other than Roy Mace. l-le was dictating the day's events
to his secretary, Cleta Schwaderer, while Bernadean James was writing in the daily journal. From him
Ilearned that lim Mitchell had settled in California and was attempting to raise sheep. Marlene Wei-
gand had her wish and was in Alaska making millions. Texas was where Gordon Squires finally settled,
and he was raising a large family like he said he would. He was already the proud papa of 19.
Accepting an invitation to dinner, I discovered that the head cook of the community was Carol
Harper McKinny. She surely was practicing her economics on a large scale!
Later inthe afternoon, lwas stricken with a tooth ache that demanded immediate attention. Guided
to the local tooth doctor, I soon found out the dentist who pulled my tooth was none other than June
Anderson. Singing one of her lovely songs to distract from the pain, was June's nurse, Doris Wood! !
More interested in the health program of this frontier town, lwas told that there were two more nurses
who traveled the valley. They were Doris Hightower and Janet Puyear.
Near mid-afternoon, a wagon train of supplies arrived in a cloud of dust. The driver who climbed
down from the head wagon was Barbara Tull. I guess she just couldn't stay away from the hauling bus-
iness. She told me that Ken Krout was to take the train from here to the next settlement. Among the
letters from the East was one stating that Ann Sampson, the famous opera star, was starting for the West
soon to visit the Bitterroot. Donna Avery, her private secretary, was coming along with her.
One of the scouts, Sabe Pfau, rode in with the news that Russel Cromwell and Stanley Overholtzer,
the notorious stage-coach robbers, had teamed with Harold Case, the rum-runner from Jamaica, and
were heading for the valley. I guess they must be attracted to the still that Jeanette Bear has set up a
few miles from town. All scouts were ordered to their posts. Sabe, in his spare time ran a large cattle
ranch. Adjoining the ranch was another specializing in thorough-bred horses and owned by Sue Harris.
Tacked on a tree was a poster announcing that the entertainment for the evening was to be Violet
Williamson, the concert pianist, jsut back from Europe with a new style of rhythm.
Going back to the main cabin, I found that Roy had just received a letter from the wagon train in-
forminghim that Geinice Cook was now in Utah and was the mother of two sets of twins. Another let-
ter was from Rosemary Reikena in Kentucky. Rosemary was married to a millionaire with more stills
than anyone else in that state.
Dusk was settling in, so I started preparations to leave. At 11:00 the last preparations were made.
I arrived here on Mars at 11:02 with a feeling of assurance that all my classmates were well and
It is now 12:10, and I am tired, so will end my notes for the day.
1. Rosemary Riekena
2. Donna Avery
3. June Anderson
4. Marlene Weigand
5. Sabe Pfau
6. Teresa Canton
7. Russell Cromwell
8. Ann Sampson
9. Janet Puyear
. Kenneth Krout
11 . Barbara Tull
. Carol Harper
Dorothy Ann Larson
CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES
Paper Staff Pep Club
Annual Staff Red Cross
Student Council SIC Club
"S" Club Band
F. H. A. Dances
F. F. A. Plays
Back row: O.Harris, E.Owen, I.Lor1g. J.Scalf, M.Bjork, B. Drew. Middle row: C. Howard. B. John-
ston, R.Cromwell, P. Cromwell, S. Pfau, L. Woodbury, J. Felde. Front row: Coach Fox, B. Johnston,
G. Squires, K. Krout. R. Larson, S. Maggard, Mgr. R. Krout.
Ken Krout- Capt. . . . .
Jim Mitchell ..... . . .
Russell Cromwell. . . . . .
Sabe Pfau ....
Clyde Wood .... . .
Jim Cotter. . . . . .
Bill Drew. . .
Gary Rhodes. . . . .
Bill Felde. . . .
Ronald Pfau. . .
Ron Larson. . . . . . .
Melvin Long. .
Marshall Bjork ....
Jack Riekena. . . . . .
John Felde ..... . .
Ronald Sullivan. . .
Bill Johnston .... . . .
Bob Johnston. .
Leo Woodbury. . . . . .
Jim Scalf ....
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Their Score Our Score
Our season's average was good,being 33 points per game
to our opponents' average of 19 points per game. We won 7
games, tied 1, and lost one.
Farmers State Bank Economy Foods Barthel Hardware Eddy's Bakery
Victor Stevensville Missoula Missoula
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Mitchell, G. Squires, R. Krout, S. Pfau, G. Rhodes, B. Drew, Mgr. C. Wood.
Players Year Position
Jim Mitchell, Capt. . .
Ken Krout, Co-capt
Gordon Squires ....
Sabe Pfau .......
Bill Drew .....
John Ricks. . .
Gary Rhodes. . .
Jim Cotter ....
Ronald Larson. . .
Duane Bretzke. . .
Marshall Bjork. . .
Jack Riekena .....
Robert Krout .....
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Sr. . . . Guard
Sr. . . . Guard
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Kenneth Krout ....
Jim Cotter ....
Ronnie Larson. . .
Jim Mitchell ....
Marshall Bjork. . .
John Ricks ....
Bill Drew ....
Sabe Pfau .....
Jack Riekena .....
Gordon Squires ....
Woodwards of Stevensville
Our Score Their Scoteu
Our Team Ready for Action
Note the Cheering Section
Stevi Vs. Victor
Our Boys At P-Burg
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Where Did It GOP?
A Jump At P-Burg
A Shot For the Bronc
B-Team Vs. P-B1
Action At P-Burg
Left to right: R. Krout, J. Cotter, K. Krout, J. Ricks, M. Bjork, D. Bretzke, J. Mitchell, R. Larson G
To Mr. Ed Grafft many thanks from the
student body of Stevensville High School and
especially from the Stevi athletes.
You have,for some years now, contributed
many pictures to the annual staffs -- pictures
which made our annuals a successg you have
also provided us with individual pictures we
will always treasure.
We hope, in this small way, to show our
appreciation for the valuable time and effort
you have given us so freely.
Eleyen boys turned out for track this year. Those par-
ticipating were Marshall Bjork, Jim Cotter, Jack Riekena,
Russell Cromwell, Philip Cromwell, Ernest Owens, Bill
Strange, Gordon Squires, Leo Woodbury, Douglas Case,
and John Miller.
Cotter sped away to win the low hurdles in the county
track meet at Corvallis, tying the county record, then
taking second in the high hurdles while Riekena took sec-
ond in the high jump. At the invitational track meet in
Corvallis, Cotter placed fifth in the high hurdles and fourth
in the low hurdles.
Stevensville had a good turn out for baseball
this year under the direction of Coach Fox. Robert
Krout, Sabe Pfau, Kenneth Krout, Blair Ricks, Bill
Johnston, Duane Bretzke, Ronnie Sullivan, Ronnie
Larson, Bill Schwaderer, Bob Johnston, Don Caru-
thers, Jim Griffin, Jack Riekena, Odis Harris, Phillip
Cromwell, made up the team. The experience
gained this year will aid to a good team for the
Student Body President
Silver Key Award
Back Row: June Anderson, Rosemary Riekena, Marlene Weigand, Cleta Schwaderer, Geinice Cook,
Harold Case, Roy Mace, Russel Cromwell, Dorothy Ann Larson, Violet Williamson, Doris Wood, Sabe
Pfau, Susan Harris, Bernadean James, Doris Hightower. Center Row: Doris Austin, Donna Avery,
Jeannette Bear, Kenneth Krout, Gordon Squires, Ann Sampson, Barbara Tull, Gerry Buck, Carol Har-
per, Teresa Canton, Janet Puyear. Front: Jim Mitchell, Stanely Overholtzer.
These two staffs provided the school with a paper and a yearbook. Dorothy Ann Larson and Barbara Tull
were Editor and Co-editor for the first semester, Dick Thoft and Barbara McColly held their offices for the
Seniors elected Barbara Tull and Gerry Buck to oe editor and associate editor of the 1953 Yellowjacket
Yearbook. They, in return, selected the remaining staff. Each senior in some way helped in producing the
Back Row: Agnes Karlberg, Carol Houck, Janet Puyear, Della Cook, Gordon Squires, Beverly Marks,
Kenneth Krout, Carol Schuchman, Jim Mitchell, Patty Wickham, Judy Baldwin, Dick Thoft, Gerry
Buck, Geinice Cook, Deborah McFadgen, Violet Williamson, Susan Harris, Rosemary Riekena, Mar-
lene Weigand, Donna Avery, Marlene Staat, Doris Austin, Barbara McColly. Front Row: Carol Har-
per, Donna Westfall, Ella Mae Bailey, Ann Sampson, Teresa Canton, Dorothy Ann Larson, Barbara
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Back Row: Ronald Pfau, Dorothy Ann Larson, Janet Puyear, Jim Cotter, Kenneth Krout, Fielden Dicker-
son, Harry Triniplin, Jim Griffin, Robert Krout, Gary Rhodes. Center Row: Jini Mitchell, Della Cook,
Donna Westfall, Barbara McColly, Barbara Tull, Marlene Zeiler. Front Row: Billy Felde, Lleinice
Cook, Peggy Bird, Bobbie Lou Dirkson.
StudentCouncil, an organization governing the school, consists of two nieinbcrs front each class and one
nientber from each club and organization. Presidentlini Mitchell and vice-president Bill Felde were elected
by the entire student body at the beginning of the school year.
The Junior Red Cross Council consists of two representatives from each class. Plans for the organization
are made by this council.
Ronnie Larson was elected to attend Red Cross Camp this year.
Back Row: CarolHarper, Cleta Schwaderer, Beverly Marks, Gary Rhodes, Harry Taniplin, Dick Thoft.
Front Row: Alice Westfall, Ellen Harper, Esther Carlson, Steve Maggard.
Back Row: R. Pfau,G, Rhodes, B, Johnston, R. Krout, W. Thompson, C, Woods, O, Harris, R. Cromwell,
D. Carruthers, Front Row: M, Bjork, G. Squires, J. Cotter, I. Mitchell, R, Larson, K. Krout, B, Drew,
Standing: R. Larson, H. Stish, V. VanHess, F. Dickerson, B. McCo11y, A. Sampson, D. Wood. Seated:
D, Dayton, B, Longbottom, S, Maggard, D, Thoft, D. Westfall, P. Wickham, K, Paulson, T, Canton.
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The Pep Club consisted of girls interested in supporting the high school s
athletes. Pep Club members encouraged a large cheering section at games
They raised money by candy sales, dances, etc. Beverly Marks and Donna
Avery were President and Vice-President.
Fourth Row: L, Hollibaugh, R, Grenfell, P. Bird, S. Lehman, V. Riekena, R, Mastell, H. Miller, C
Stang, R. Johnson. Third Row: C, Schuchman, P. Wickham, K, Paulson, D, Westfall, A. Terry, J, Pope
M, Enebo, E. Harper, E. Rocek, D. Cook, E. Bailey, D. McFadgen, Carol Harper. Second Row: A. Karl-
berg, M, Vance, J. Baldwin, B. Dirkson, D, Woolsey, E. Brown, A. Westfall, R, Slocum, D. Huggans, R
Filcher, R, Dirkson, Glenda Pfau, B. Tull, C. Houck. First Row: Marlene Staat, R, Riekena, S, Harris
M. Weigand, D, Avery, B. Marks, D, Larson, G, Cook, C, Schwaderer, V, Williamson, T. Canton, J.
Puyear, G. Buck,
Back Row: Leo Woodbury, Blair Ricks, Larry Staton, Phillip Cromwell, John Miller, James Austin, Joe
Fillmore, Jerry Anderson. Center Row: Gary Rhodes, Gib Nichols, Jim Cotter, Wayne Thompson,
Ronnie Kalsco, Sabe Pfau, Ernest Owens, Harold Case. Front Row: Billy Felde, Billy Strange, John
Felde, Jack Riekena, George Pfau, Ronald Pfau, Sid Tietema.
About twenty-seven members belonged to F.F.A. this year. Bill Strange was president and Ronnie Pfau
was vice president. Jack Riekena and John Felde were sent as delegates to the annual convention in Boze-
This year's F.H.A. consisted of seventeen members who chose Geinice Cook to be their president. They
sponsored dances, candy sales, and held several slumber parties. No delegates were sent to the convention
Back Row: Anna Sutherlin, Millie Ann Enebo, Eileen Kulin, Ella Mae Bailey, Ginger Corey, Sharon
Miller, Geinice Cook, Gracie Smith, Della Cook, Ellen Harper, Carol Harper, Beverly Marks, Helen
Miller. Front Row: Anita Terry, Marlene Zeiler, Johanne Pope, Luela Hollibaugh.
Back row: I. Iohnston, J. Cannon, B. Cannon, D. Thoft, O. Wilcox. Second row: S. Crooks, H.
Campbell, D. Larson, G. Nichols, A. Sutherland, M. Enebo, D. Westfall, V. Williamson, H. Case, J.
Griffin. Third row: T. Canton, D. Cook, A. Sampson, H. Hagen, B. Magini, D. Prather, E. Rocek,
H. Whitesitt. Front row: D. Dayton, M. Campbell, G. Cook, G. Buck, I. Longpre, A. Westfall, J.
Lockridge, E. Harper, C. Harper, B. Tull, N. Lambert, Director Remington.
Two concerts were the main features of the S.H.S. band this year. The band is composed of high school
and junior high school members. Dick Thoft and Barbara Tull were chosen president and vice president of
the band to aid the director in making plans for the year.
Annual Junior Barn Dance
Each year the barn dance is held by the Junior Class in mid-fall. Two turkeys were raffled off at mid-
night. The dance was very successful with a large attendance.
The Barnyard Musicians Spectators
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JU ICR PROM
The Stevensville Junior Prom was held April 11 in the high school gym. The theme was Neptune's King-
dom. The entrance was a high coral reef with the theme in large black lettering, from here you entered
the vast ocean wonderland. The ceiling portrayed the ripples of water in nile green, azure, and light blue.
Silhouetted mermaids and hundreds of brightly colored fish adorned the walls of watery blue with a base of
low coral and seaweeds.
Zim-Oertli orchestra played from the hull of a sunken pirate ship, The Water Gypsy.
Neptune's castle could be seen at the far end of the gym with a large ocean scene surrounding it. Punch
was served from a cove hidden skillfully in seaweeds and seashells with fish swimming among them.
The theme song for the Grand March, made up of juniors and seniors, was "How Deep Is The Ocean!"
The march was lead by Ken Krout, senior president and Barbara Tull, which took place at 12:00.
The climax of the evening occurred whenClyde Wood, junior class president lead Gerry Buck to a throne
of coral where she was crowned as Queen of Neptune's Kingdom with a wreath of gold and seashells to reign
for the remainder of the evening. The queen was accompanied by her attendants, Beverly Marks, Marlene
Staat, Della Cook, and Peggy Bird. She was given a floral bouquet of red roses as a gesture of the junior
Miss Carol Houck of the high school faculty was advisor and in charge of the decorations which carried
out the "Neptune's Kingdom" theme.
JU ICR-SENIOR BA QLIET
SENIGR PL Y
Cast: June Anderson, Gerry Buck, Teresa Canton, Russel Cromwell,
Kenneth Krout, Dorothy Ann Larson, Stanley Overholtzer, Gordon
Squires, Geinice Cook, Ann Sampson.
JU IOR PLAY
Cast: Fielden Dickerson, Ella Mae Bailey, Karen Paulson, Beverly
Marks, Donna Westfall, Peggy Bird, Della Cook, Dick Thoft, Don Day-
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JUNE ANDERSON -- F,H,A, 25 Pep Club 25 Phys. Ed. 25 Senior Play 45 Annual 4.
DONNA AVERY -- Phys.Ed. 1.25 Pep Club 3.45 Annual 45 Pep Club Veep. 45 Paper Staff 45 Band 35 Declama-
tion 2.35 Senior Play 4. ,
JEANNETTE BEAR-- Trans. from Missoula lg Pep Club 3.45 Paper Staff 3.45 Annual 45 Prom Queen Attendant
35 Cheerleader 3.45 Phys. Ed. 35 Student Council 25 Senior Play 4.
GERRY BUCK -- Phys. Ed. 1.25 F,H,A, 1.35 Band 2.3.45 Paper Staff 3.45 Pep Club 1.2,3,45 Student Council 1.
35Annual Co-Editor 45 Prom Queen Attendent 35 Class Pres. 25 Pow-Wow 35 1 Act Play 3. Senior Play 45 Drill
Team 25 Prom Queen 45 Quill 8a Scroll 4.
TERESA CANTON -- F,H,A, 1.2.3, F.l-I,A, Sec. 15 Pep Club 184.108.40.206 Student Council 3. Class Treasurer 3.
Class Sec. 45 Valedictorian 45 1 Act Play 35 Senior Play 45 Drill Team 25 Annual Staff 45 Science Club 3.45
F,H,A, Convention 1.
HAROLD CASE -- F,F,A, 2.3.45 Band 2.3.45 Senior Play 45 Annual 45 Phys. Ed. 1.2.
GEINICE COOK --Trans. from Idaho 25 Pep Club 2.3.45 Band 2.3.45 F,H,A, 3.4. F,H,A, Convention 3, F.H.A,
Pres. 45 Student Council 45 Paper Staff 3.45 Class Veep. 35 Senior Play 45 Annual 4.
RUSSEL CROMWELL -- Football 45 F,F,A, 1.2.35 "S" Club 45 Senior Play 45 Annual 4.
CAROL HARPER -- Class Sec. 2, Student Council 2,45 Red Cross Sec. Treas. 25 Red Cross Pres. 45 F,H,A, 1.2,
45 Band 3.4, Band Treas. 45 S2C 35 Drill Team 1.25 Paper Staff 2.3.45 Annual 45 Senior Play 4.
SUSAN HARRIS -- Trans. from Wyo. 35 Pep Club 45 Annual 45 Paper Staff 35 Pep Club Treas. 45 F,l-LA, 35
Senior Play 4.
DORIS HIGHTOWER -- Phys. Ed. 1.25 Red Cross 45 Senior Play 45 Annual Staff 45 F,H,A, 1.
BERNADEAN JAMES -- Annual Staff 45 Phys. Ed. 1,25 Senior Play 4.
KENNETH KROUT -- Football 220.127.116.11 Basketball 1,2.3,45 Track 15 Baseball 3.45 Football Capt. 45 Senior
Play 45 Boys' State 35 Student Council 1.45 Class Pres. 45 "S" Club 2.3.4. "S" Club Veep. 45 Annual 45 Paper
Staff 3.45 Quill 8: Scroll 4.
DOROTHY ANN LARSON -- F,I-LA, 1.35 Phys. Ed. 1.25 Band 18.104.22.168 Chorus 1.2.35 Girls' State 35 Operetta 15
Pep Club 22.214.171.124 Drill Team 1,25 Student Council 3.45 Yellowjacket Ed. 3.45 Annual 45 Senior Play 45 1 Act
Play 35 Class Sec. Treas. 15 Paper Staff 25 Quill 8a Scroll 4.
ROY MACE -- Annual 45 Senior Play 4.
JIM MITCHELL -- Trans. from Ronan 35 Annual Staff 45 Student Body Pres. 45 Paper Staff 45 "S" Club 3.45
"S" Club Pres. 45Footbal1 3,45Basketball3,45 Baseball 3.45 Basketball Capt. 45 Boys' State 35 Class Vice Pres.
45 Annual 4.
STANLEY OVERl-IOLTZER -- Operetta 15 Basketball 1.25 F,F,A, 1.2.35 Band 1.25 Football 35 Student Council
35 Junior Red Cross 35 Annual Staff 45 Senior Play 45 Boys' State 35 Phys. Ed. 1.2.
SABE PFAU -- Football 2.3.45 Basketball 1.2,3.45 Baseball 3,45 F,F,A, 1.2.35 "S" Club 3.45 Track 35 Annual
45 Senior Play 45 Boys' State 3.
JANET PUYEAR -- Phys. Ed. 1.25 F.H,A, 1.2.35 Paper Staff3.45 Pep Club 126.96.36.199 Student Council 45 Prom
Queen Attendant 35 1 Act Play 35 Drill Team 25 Annual 45 F,F,A. Convention 15 Science Club 35 Senior Play
ROSEMARY RIEKENA-- Drill Team lg Pep Club 188.8.131.52 Paper Staff 3.45 Annual 45 Prom Queen Attendant 35
Phys. Ed. 1.25 Cheerleader 45 Chorus 15 Play Day 25 Senior Play 4.
ANN SAMPSON --Chorus 15 Operetta 15 F.I-LA, 25 Band 2.3.45 Phys. Ed, 1.25 Class Sec. 35 Student Council 35
Red Cross35Library 2.45Class Treas. 45 Annual 45 Paper Staff 3,45 Science Club 45 Senior Play 45 Salutatorian
45 Lunchroom 2.3.4.
CLETA SCHWADERER-- Pep Club2,45 Veep.Red Cross 45 Annual Staff 45 Phys. Ed. 1.25 Chorus 35 Senior Play
GORDON SQUIRES -- Football 1,2.3.45 Basketball 1.2.3,45 "S" Club 3.45 Annual 45 Senior Play 4.
BARBARA TULL -- Phys. Ed. 1.25 Class Treas. 25 Pep Club 1.3.45 Drill Team 1.25 Student Council 45 Band
2.3.45Chorus2.35Yellowjacket Co-Ed. 3.45 Annual Ed. 45 F,H,A, 15 Pow Wow 35 1 Act Play 35 Quill 8a Scroll
45 Senior Play 45 Band Veep. 4.
MARLENE WEIGAND -- Pep Club 1.3.4. Pep Club Sec. 45 Drill Team 15 Class Veep.25 Phys. Ed. 1.25 Chorus
15 Paper Staff 3,45 Annual 45 Senior Play 4.
VIOLET WILLIAMSON -- Phys. Ed. 1.25 Class Veep. 15 Pep Club 1,2.3.45 F,I-LA, 15 Chorus 1.2.35 Band 1.2.3.
45 Paper Staff 45 1 Act Play 35 Drill Team 1.25 Operetta 15 Annual 45 Quill 8a Scroll 45 Senior Play 4.
DORIS WOOD -- Chorus 3,45 Science Club 45 Phys. Ed. 1.25 Lunchroom 2.3.45 Annual 45 Senior Play 4.
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local High School
The tlftleth anniversary commence-
ment for the Stevensville high school
will take place at the high school au-
dltorium tonight, Thursday, when 27
young men and young ladies will re-
ceive their diplomas.
Fifty Years Ago.
The flrst class to graduate from the
Stevensvllle high school, in 1903, ln-
cluded only four members. They were
Roy Whitesitt, who is still living in
this community: Harry Mitchell, Al-
berta May fMi1lsJ and Ethel Dwyer.
Mrs. Mills is not living and the address
of the other two is not known.
Class of 1953.
The 27 members of the class which
is graduated tonight are:
June Anderson, Donna Avery, Ger-
aldine Buck, Jeanette Bear, Teresa
Canton, Harold Case, Geinece A. Cook.
Russell Cromwell, Susan Harris, Doris
Hightower, Bemadean James, Kenneth
Krout, Dorothy Ann Larson,
l Roy Mace, Carol H. McKinney,
James Mitchell, Stanley Overholtzer,
Sabe Pfau, Janet Puyear, Rosemary
Rlekena, Ann Sampson, Cleta Schwad-
erer, Barbara Tull, Marlene Weiganl,
Violet Faye Williamson, Doris Wood.
The program for the graduating
event, outlined in last week's issue of
the Tribune, will include the Salutatory
by Ann Sampson, the Valedictory by
Teresa Canton, music by the high
school mixed chorus, a vocal solo by
Doris Wood and the address to the
graduates by Dr. Gordon Reynolds, an
alumnus of the local high school. His
subject will be "Yesterday, Today and
Also, there will be a Golden Anni-
versary tribute to the class of 1903,
presentations of awards and scholar-
ships and the presentation of diplomas.
On Sunday evening the Baccalaur-
eate services were held at the Metho-
dist church. The seniors. in caps and
gowns, entered at 8:00 o'clock and the
service was opened with an invocation
by the Reverend A. L. Swarens and
with appropriate hymns. The sermon
was delivered by the Reverend Harold
Guthrie and the services closed with
the benediction by the Reverend Mr.
Swarens. The graduates flled out as
Mrs. Howard Lbngbottom played
"Pomp and Clrcumstancef'
WAS THURSDAY MORNING
The fourteenth annual senior class
breakfast, sponsored by the Woman's
club, was held at the clubhouse Thurs-
day morning at 11:00 o'clock.
Members of the senior class and the
nigh school faculty were guests on this
Mrs. Robert Brown, president of the
Woman's club, welcomed the guests
and Kenneth Krout of the senior class
expressed appreciation of the class for
the courtesy. Patty Wickham and
Judy Baldwin sang a duet and Super-
lntendent Harry Tamplin spoke briefly.
Teresa Canton, member of the gradu-
ating class, was called upon, also, for
a short talk.
Some fun was added to the occasion
when Judy Baldwin and Mona Vance,
in special getup, read fortunes for
members of the graduating class.
Mrs. Carl Baldwin, of the Woman's
club, was in charge of the kitchen and
general arrangements and mothers of
the graduates, Mrs. George Anderson,
Mrs. Tracy Williamson, Mrs. Earl
Buck, and Mrs. Wm. Larson, served
Mrs. Stanley Antrim looked after the
flower arrangements and table decora-
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