Stevensville High School - Yellowjacket Yearbook (Stevensville, MT)

 - Class of 1954

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'FL ., .215-fr, .A NF' , ,Q ip, x. ,- ,A H, 1: f T. .. ll l954 f Tl-IE YELLDWJACKET PUBLISHED BY SENIORS sravensvme, MONTANA comm? 5 Foazwono , ozmcm' mu , PQDMXNIETP-QTXON CLP-5525 09.60-NXZFYVXONS Qc:-vw XTXES SPORTS SNFXPEX-KCTS Q TXSENXEQTS QDXIEP- 1 J N 6,5 ,121 A N J h IIEIIICATIII We, the graduating class of 1954, respectfully dedicate this yearbook to our parents, for it is to their selfless efforts that we owe our present achievements. SllPlIllNllNIllNl'S MESSAGE ten eusmille Qgluhlin shunts HARRY M. TAMPLIN, IUPIIINTWDIN1' Qtsvmivills. Quantum: May future years bring the happiness that is the only reward for the efforts of your labors on your annual. May the joy of living and of having lived be more appreciated by the contacts of which your yearbook will be a future reminder. Those who do things may die, the others have never lived. Sincerely yours, j A, "7'ZL..., FAIIIIUY Sid Tietema Henry Stish Vo-Ag Science 8a Math Vernon Van Hess La Rene Kisling Biology Commercial Mary Lou Douglas Roland Gray Art 8a English History 8a Social Science Harriet Prescott English George Pew Music 85 Math. Ruth Talcott Home Economics Stevensville High School Built in 1901. Adele Vallance Cook Ed Graft uf" if 5 Q D A 9 r s.: "9 el 5' o u 1. c k 'WF 3 ff fa?" I Easing "' N ' , We should like to thank Mr. Ed Graft for the many pictures he has given to us for use in this annual. THE PLANTING S S P i s qs . .:..: it 5 - l g 'L-. .1 Raymond Bolin Dolores Correa Della Cromwell Nancy Cromwell Helen Emery Julie Fitzgarald Darlene Haacke Claude Johnston Jerry Johnston Mary Mae Kester P lfiffiiiiiiiiiiii WV A A Li ': K l Align no 5 N. it M gm, J, K A .- I K .- , .5-:E - .,.:,-, W .., : K x . . t R ar. .,r.. 1 Philip Lewis Rollie Lewis Betty Magini Harold Campbell Gloria Crooks h "'.',,.:.,..,. 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A' JU IDRS Melvin Long Bill Longbottom Dolores Merritt w"""""!ll"' Lou Olson Blaine Poole Ross Prather Jack Riekena fda Edna Mae Rocek Carole Schuchman Nola Shriner Bill Schwaderer Charlotte Stang Ron Sullivan Pat Wickham Lois Williams 'Q' K N 1 , ,f or xg It ,S A il fi 112' 1 K Nl!-Ill-I eg lbilliilielldllv splllluls I TNINO TO WIA! - I DIUNY HAVI X . Q X-X5 lliil D A K snug flglkx' Mona Vanc e Vicki Reikena, Ellen Harper, Della Cook, and Peggy Bird enjoying a private joke act. Johnny Felde-first Order! Mary Solomon and Mr. Tamplm with Judy Baldwin-caught in the there, first serve. Charlotte Stang, presiding fri M QM., A R vm, N. we Wi' 'lb- xx l Rx' yi' x sw-N - we fs-Y . . 0 ' QR X X ' . X , K. sL 4 is 'rn' SE IIIRS Ella Mae Bailey Peggy Bird -if Rx Russell Brown Carol Campbell Don Carruthers Della Cook lim Cotter CLASS COLORS BLUE and GOLD '53 -J R- ' MRM J N... Q, li 'E '- .3 :. Don Dayton PW E ll Fielden Dickerson wfaj' Bill Felde CLASS FLOWER TULIP Q , ' SSRN. 'QQ' fi Q3 bfi .I 'Q it P. i 6 A if Rose Grenfell Lorraine Harper Luella Hollibaugh Ronnie Kalcso SE IURS Beverly Marks Barbara McC011y ,., Q Deborah McFadgen Karen Paulson George Pfau ""'N-wliuw 'Mnuldff Ronnie Pfau Eddie Rathbun Dolores Stanley 'Nw fa fs-db Gary Rhodes Bill Strange CLASS MOTTO VENIMUS, VIDIMUS, VICIMUS CLASS COLORS BLUE AND GOLD ,ppuv Shirley Rocek 449' fm X Diflk Thofr Wayne Thompson , N.:-HIQ' mmf' Donna Westfall Clyde Wood HUT-STANDING Si IURS Dick Thoft Valedictorian Barbara McCo11y Salutatorian Beverly Marks Ella Mae Bailey Junior Prom Queen Football Queen rf, Bin Felde Jim COHGY ef..,1,,..f una., Dmqiapnf Outstanding Athlete Pe Bird Figgglweetheart wa -Q x , 1 , 'n 1 , K . 5 v ' s ' M. 1, ,HQ 1 4. x ., '.- , X .L iv 1 ix, x ki, w ' . . Q uw, . ,J A . X -X ' :f 'if s E 5 X 65 Y ' 1 3 in x my H , ,fs e xf '. fx 1.,S,f,s fy' 456-1 ai gf' ' "IR V iii? X51 'lxwi ,X X X xfjff is fs w f . .,,' ' ' . - 2 ,ff Ni , if gk 'wi gif 'A 1 4' 9: Q- N A x X ' ,A Q-i1,Q,..,.i., gf' gg ' ,jx R53 k.'-lf, 31 If ikfifigi . i-. ghyig fu 4- -QNX Qs- . . 54,55 ft- 1 ti ' tl 'q A , xv X is ',f1s'ffijff 1Tw1 "5+!'k 5 1 Qwix' 1 it gr S 1 ,i .X u J ' lkfxx, .ini i Y gf xx ivdyix 3nJ'P?g.5gX t x V Exgg.. swf XAX Q .KX H '-'Q :fi sl ':xxg'1x5'A E, "i .fqxff i' QQIXJ! IX-Q X 'QW fl W? vi? Eur' 'gig xv . :i.,'k. 5 . xwi T gn Q K X' i 2 i-M mnumu Bottom row, left to right: Dale MCI-Iatton, Wayne Walters, John Felde, Bob Krout, Jim Cotter, Ron Winings, Bob Johnston, Coach Thompson, Second row: David Prather, Tom Rocek, Jack Cannon, Joe Fillmore, Jerry Anderson, Dale Filcher, Jack Riekena, Bill Cannon, Melvin Long, Fielden Dickerson, Top row: Larry Williamson, Jlerry Larson, Al Yate Harold Dean Whitesitt, Jim Scalf, Ernest Owen, Leo Woodbury, Phillip Cromwell, Jim Griffin, and Torn Carruthers. S TEAM Darby Thompson Falls Corvallis Florence Florence Corvallis Hamilton Anaconda Central Dillon Deerlodge BASKllBAll Ron Pfau, Bill Schwadderer, Ron Larson, Leo Woodbury, Jim Griffin, Bob Krout, Jim Cotter, Mfarshall Bjork, and Jack Riekena. Hamilton Helena Cathedral Anaconda Central Deez-lodge Dillon Helena Cathedral Anaconda Central Deerlodge f A it , 34 Stevensville 46 Q 69 Stenensville 32 -, E X 49 snevensviue 50 fl 29 Stevensville 46 Rit' N' 2 1 5 5 51 Stevensville 38 32 Stevensville 42 W qblbqlub D 34 Ste vens ville 45 S 2.l'A-- if 56 Stevensville 25 1 etet "'l 4 'sil 'S' ll' ' 44 Stevensville 32 X m 5 N' ':""' 46 srevensviue za M l'Yt f 44 Stevensville 42 39 Stevensville 45 50 Stevensville 45 48 Stevensville 34 57 Stevensville 41 36 Stevensville 40 46 Stevensville 37 70 Stevensville 52 A77 SP5 BllSKHBAll Gib Nichols, Jim Scalf, Tom Carruthers, Larry Staton, Al Yates, and John Felde. This year the B team has given the FFA team some pretty stiff competition and has played three games with the B teams from other schools. Stevi 27 Darby 9 Stevi 51 Corvallis 32 Stevi 32 Florence 38 ' D o V' i A I Da rf r xx -5: f ii " ll Q5-sid. ga ' F coach Thompson, Jack Riekera, Jim Cotter, Gary Leese, Harold Dean Whitesitt, Tom Rocek, John Felde, Leo Wood bury, George Pfau. TRACK In track we attended the Corvallis Invitational made 38 1fZ points at the Country track meet to come in an uncrowded second ...... went to the Western Class B meet at Polson .... got 9 1fZ points at State Interschol- astic at Missoula. Top row: Alice Westfall, Anita Terry, Dorothy Woolsey, Helen Miller, Edith Brown, Ruth Filcher, Rosalie Dirk- son, Millie Enebo, Lee Ida Sampson, Lydia Schlect, Vicki Lu Riekena, Evelyn Poole, Johanne Pope. Second row:Ruth Slocum, Patty Wickham, Esther Carlson, Celia Fillmore, Billie Waddington, Dolores Correa, Julie Fitzgarrald, Della Cromwell, Elsie Owen, Mary Solomon, Bette Magini, Ellen Harper. Third row: Lois Williams, Nola Shriner, Luella Hollibaugh, Bobbie Lou Dirkson, Judy Baldwin, Dolores Merr- itt, Charlotte Stang, Mona Vance, Nancy Cromwell, Donna I-Iigg ins, Dena Lee Carlson, Joyce Rocek. Fourth row: Mary Mae Kester, Edna Mae Rocek, Rosamond Johnson, Peggy Bird, Karen Paulson, Ella Mae Bailey, Deborah McFadgen, Della Cook, Donna Westfall, Rose Grenfell, Shirley Rocek, Mrs. Talcott. OFFICERS AFTER THE PEP RALLY Sponsor Mrs. Talcott Spirit soared at rallies. President Ella Mae Bans, Vice President Peggy Bird Secfetafl' Karen Paulson Treasurer l Deborah McFadgen Student Council- Representative Judy Baldwin Put on pep assemblies .... twirlers in football and tumblers in basketball . . . . held annual football dance. . . . . . . . sold candy and gum at noon ........... sponsored Twirp Week with dance cli- maxing it ..... took buses to out- of- town games .... gave banquet for all athletes who participated in sports dur- ing the year. Top Row: Ron Kalcso, Joe Fillmore, Gary Geer, Phillip Cromwell, Gary Rhodes, Fielden Dickerson, Wayne Thompson, Ernest Owen, Marshall Bjork, Middle Row: Don Carruthers, Jack Riekena, Leo Woodbury, Ron Sullivan, Ron Winings, Bob Johnston, Jim Griffin, Melvin Long, Botton Row: Mr. Thompson, Robert Krout, Otis Harris, Jim Cotter, Ron Larson, Ron Pfau, Jim Scalf, Bill Schwad erer. OFFICERS President Jim Cotter STUDENT-TEACHER GAME Vice President Ron Larson Jnique uniforms for teachers Secretary Ron Pfau Treasurer Otis Harris Student Council- Representative Gary Rhodes SPOUSOI' Mr. Thompson Sponsored football bus to Deer- lodge .... conducted cheering con- tests. . . . donated S20 for track equip- ment .... held student-faculty basket- ball game Sz mixer .... promoted sch- ool spirit and sportsmanship. Back row: Fielden Dickerson, Don Wright, Jim Griffin, Gib Nichols, Bob Johnston, Damian Wilcox, Bill Strange, Mr. Tamplin. Front row: Donna Higgins, Karen Paulson, Bill Felde, Ella Mae Bailey, Ron Larson, Della Cook, Donna Westfall, Judy Baldwin, Anita Terry, Evelyn Poole, Esther Carlson. ' OFFICERS S- t . " SN A President B111 Ftlde I Vice President Ron Larson - Secretary Donna Westfall ' I Treasurer Anita Terry .fn Sponsor Mr. Tamplin I .. f sruoewv COUNCIL Two representatives from each class and one from each organization. . . set up rules for dances ...... approved assemb- lies. . . . . acted as governing body for school . .-. . .invited valley schools for an all valley school convention .... five schools partici- pated ..... discussed mutual problems and activities. Q5 Top row: Mr. Stish, Judy Baldwin, Dick Thoft, Mr. Van Hess: Bottom row: Fielden Dickerson, Barbara McColly, Don Dayton, Gib Nichols. SIIIE CE 0 .1 If if OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Student Council Advisors 92 as V7 1 L! A 93 lllllll Don Dayton Fielden Dickerson Barbara McColly representative - Gib Nichols Mr. Stish Mr. Van Hess Mr. Gray Mr. Pew Small but active ..... meetings held every other Tuesday evening. . . project ' workin on rockets .... did various put- rid experiments .... refreshments always served. . . revolutionary movement form- ed chess club ..... no casualties. Top row: Larry Williamson, Jim Scalf, Dale Filcher, Mr., Tamplin., Bottom row: Gloria Crooks, Ella.Mae Bailey, Della Cook, Karen Paulson, Patty Wickham, Evelyn Poole. Jll Illll Illll CIHISS OFFICERS Sponsor Mr.. Tamplin President Karen Paulson Vice President Patty Wickham Secretary Della Cook Student Council- Representative Evelyn Poole Two representatives were chosen from each class ...... new responsibility of safety council was added .... suggestions for safety in school made D... broken toys collected. . .council members and Vo-Ag boys mended toys .... candy was added to gift boxes. ., U D toys delivered to needy homes .... . . caroling party and dance held at Christmas .... hall rules made. Top row: Joan McColly, Gloria Crooks, Darlene Haacke, Helen Miller, Mary Ralls. Second row: Mary Mae Kester, Donna Higgins, Mary Solomon, Helen Emery, Meredith McPherson, Mrs. Fillmore F 0 M 'n MF u li l 17? , J X 'SU "Id: 'af' In 2 fb nf X s Triple trio is the name given to the group .... those talented in voice belonged .... enjoyed singing alone or for an event .... held caroling party at Christmas ..... sang in the Christmas program .... went to Hamilton for Spring festival ,,.. received good rating on their selections ......t participated in spring concert in conjunction with the band. . . .joined in singing with the grade school chorus. Sitting: Dick Thoft, Barbara McColly, Dolores Merritt, Ron Larson, Standing: Ella Mae Bailey, Eddy Rathbun, Don Dayton, Peggy Bird, Della Cook, Fielden Dickerson, Patty Wickham, Jack Riekena, Mona Vance, Bobbie Lu Dirkson, Karen Paulson, Perry Fox, Bill Longbottorn. L J 1 ' ' K X 4 'Lv W 'WS A a .lu x ,allr Q M . SENIOR STAFF JUNIOR STAFF Dick Thoft, Don Dayton ----- ---Editors--- ---- - ------ Ron Larson Barbara McColly Doleres Merritt Fielden Dickerson -------- Business Manager--- ---Bill Longbottom Ella Mae Bailey ----------- Feature Editors -- ---Judy Baldwin Mona Vance Peggy Bird, Della Cook ---- News Editors -------------- Ron Sullivan Ron Kalcso ---------------- Sports Editor ------ ----- - -Jack Riekena Eddy Rathbun -------------- Art Editors---.patty Wickham, Perry FOX Karen Paulson ---- ---- E xchange Editors ----------- Bobbie L11 Di1'kS0I1 Back row: Jim Cotter, Don Dayton, Fielden Dickerson, Wayne Thompson, Front row: George Pfau, Peggy Bird, Della Cook, Shirley Rocek, Luella I-Iollibaugh, Deborah McFadgen, Beverly Marks, Gary Rhodes, Lorraine Harper, Bill Felde, Rose Gren- fell, Mrs. Prescott. Sitting: Barbara McColly, Eddy Rathbun, Dick Thoft, Karen Paulson, Bill Strange, Donna Westfall, Ella Mae Bailey., Editors Dick Thoft, Business Manager Sports Editor Picture Editor Adve rtising Art Editor Activities Editor Karen Paulson Barbara McColly Clyde Wood Bill Strange Donna Westfall Eddy Rathbun Ella Mae Bailey Senior class composed the annual staff ..... advertisements made an excuse to leave school . . . . . snapshots were taken in surprising places .... mistakes and more mistakes ....... grey hairs appear .... last minute rush . . . . subscriptions to get. . . a job well done. Top row: Raymond Bolin, Gene Woolsey, Claude Johnston, Allen Smith, Loyd Moran, Jim Edwards, Gib Nichols, Phillip Cromwell, Jerry John- ston, Harold Campbell, Gary Leese, David Prather, Tom Rocek. Second row: Phillip Lewis, John Miller, Ernest Owen, George Pfau, Don Wax, Larry Staton, Leo Woodbury, Rollie Lewis, Floyd Wolfe, Doug Case. Third row: Mr. Tietema, Jim Rielcena, Ron Mason, Ron Pfau, Ron Kalcso, Bill Strange, John Felde, Jim Cotter, Jack Riekena, Blaine Poole, Charles Williamson. F, F. A, DISTRICT CONVENTION Judging sheep FFA Officers. . . . . Bill Strange ..... president Ron Pfau. . . Vice president John Felde ..... . secretary Jack Riekena .... treasurer Ron Kalcso .....,. reporter Jim Cotter ,...... sentinel Sid Tietema ....... advisor O O The FFA broke its neck with a rodeo .... drank more pop than it sold .... played magnificent host to district convention .... had a basketball team of dubious ability ..oo is to be congratulated for a wonderful Sweetheart Ball ...,. went to state convention .... and got wound up in revolving projects .... Top row: Nola Lambert, Margaret Campbell, Damian Wilcox, Dick Thoft, Anita Terry, Floyd Wolfe, Penny Tracy, Gib Nichols, Mike Emerson, Darlene Magini, Jo Ann Wolfe. Second row: Susan Wollaston, Helen Hagen, Ida Mae Longpre, Patsy Robinson, Gary Hanson, Billy Johnson, Carl Baldwin, Harold Little, Darrell Vall- ance, Dorothy Howard, Sharon Crooks. Third row: Mr. Pew, Jim McElhaney, Bette Magini, Joan Lockridge, Alice Westfall, Ellen Harper, Donna Westfall, Millie Enebo, Anna Sutherlin, Leon Ricks, Guy Williamson, Don Dayton. OFFICERS Director President Vice President Secretary 8: Treasurer Student Council- Representative Music department formed pep band .... went to MSU to play with Grizzly band ..... journey- ed to Anaconda for basket- ball tournament ..... spon- sored soloists and concert band at district festival. . . . . presented annual con- cert in conjunction with chorus ...... talked PTA into uniforms. . . Mr. Pew Dick Thoft Gib Nichols Donna Westfall Jim Griffin BAND CONCERT Donned new uniforms Ella Mae Bailey Beverly Marks Judy Baldwin The cheering section was led by three peppy cheerleaders .... Ella Mae's second year. . . Bev and Judy's first year ..... orange satin blouses. Q . .. . black corduroy skirts .... good sportsmanship promoted. Tumblers were or ganized from Pep Club. . . . . orange and black. . . satin uniforms ........ Mrs. Baze coached .... tumbled at basketball games. . . foundation stated .... success on its way., . . bruised but active. Top row: Edna Mae Rocek, Helen Miller, Edith Brown. Bottom row: Ruth Solcum, Vickie Riekena Rosalie Dirkson. Not Pictured is Johanne Pope. Jr. Prom Queen--Bev Marks Climax Crowning of Queen at 12 Junior Prom April 17 Theme Hawaiian Paradise Queen Beverly Marks QSeniorj Attendants Pat Wickham, Mona Vance, Dolores Merritt, Esther Carlson Lluniorsj 'N A G 'Q M, M lb' 5 . t I X I 1 M ? X f j J X x f Ki L L y , q fx X KX Z- Nights of labor---days of worry mb last minute finishing touches----night .J rmves- big success--was really worth nt all. Swim .,mtsJs2Zi?'Z2L ees, sswm ' . shaggy., Wt M, S 52 sis: t i Z , J A vii -. ...:,,5:-:. W V ising . it b L in Sli Senior class presented "The Little Dog Laughed", May 7. . .a three-act comedy . . . . directed by Mrs. Prescott, English teacher .... cast: Karen Paulson, Dick Thoft, Beverly Marks, Della Cook, Eddy Rathbun, Gary Rhodes, Lorraine Harper, Russell Brown, Donna Westfall, Fielden Dickerson, Peggy Bird, Barbara McColly Rose Grenfell, Deborah MCFadgen, Ella Mae Bailey, Dolores Stanley, Jim Cotter, Reggie Good, George Pfau, a little dog. 2 A FEES W 3223.7 ' I ...,, 3 H, W , , . 5 r N I - ' ' x ' , S ,,ib"lt ,bi K 3'-f-1: ii, 'nfl' , .,:, . 3'5.'-E253 QM T lib . I -.'ff25I:I' 1 'li'.T S..t it 35132 ' Q' ' L 5'5Z.5ffjf'jj5: 5.E::g:jQ.g:,, 'iiffiiif 5 E ' ' , .tw ....... , .... . ...., 55.55.251-. . tm-WJ..Wm,m,. .n,.wq.m tm.: H . .t 3 3 y W 1 W t Q mg fb -fE?i" iz ""' " www: ,J . SEQ? "No More Homework", a three-act comedy . . . presented by junior class. . . . January 29. . . directed by Mrs. Prescott, English teacher. . . cast: Celia Fillmore, Patty Wick- ham, Bill Longbottorn, Judy Baldwin, Ron Larson, Lois Williams, Don Wright, Robert Krout, Mona Vance, Nola Shriner, Carole Schuchman, Delbert Boskis, Ross Prather, Charlotte Stang, Ron Sullivan, Dolores Merr itt, and Marshall Bjork. Peggy Bird surveying her realm. F, F',A, State Convention Dance. Oooo! never were there so many males in the halls of Stevi! Interesting, Damian '? ! W N ci S' Q Freshrnen-- really in hot water. Shirley Lehman, Lee -- Ida Sampson, and Lydia Schlect- the Home Econ- omists. Peggy, Deborah, and Della faking studyin' My X, X S? if 4- X X E x Smooth shave, Mona? Ask Carol and Judy. xxsxgxzu s'm,,,0 ftp6'd3l6l0'ls40'fmCJ 30 YEARS IN MISSOULA 520 S. THIRD W. TELEPHONE 2896 Yo Yearbook Photographer CARL 'S OIL COMPANY Complete Service Station GASOLINE - TIRES - BATTERIES LUBRICATION Phone 168 Stevensville GAMBLES STORE AUTHORIZED DEALER Appliances - Furniture Plumbing Fixtures "to fit the needs of every home" Stevens ville, Montana Buy Your Home Furnishings at the VALLEY FURNITURE Hamilton, Montana Everything to Wear WOODWARD'S STORE Phone Z0 Stevensville, Montana RAVALLI COUNTY AUTO DEALERS Ford Pontiac Chevrolet International Studebaker Kaiser 8: Willys Hudson G. M. C. 8: Buick Dodge 8: Plymouth Oldsmobile 8: Cadillac Robert Miller Ned Applebury Pete Staton Gordon Hennessy E. S. Patton Harry Boozer Gordon Hennessy Charlie Stevens K. Noland Harry Mellott Homer Cushman Best of Luck, Seniors FAIRWAY MARKET Best of quality 600 So. lst. Hamilton Phone 97 Montana SPROUSE REITZ COMPANY xYour Self-service Variety Store Hamilton, Montana FULLERTON'S SERVICE WHEN YOU NEED IT Plumbing Heating Ted Reinbold Sheet Metal Service Station Contractors Hamilton, Mont Phone 664 Hamilton CITIZENS STATE BANK Hamilton, Montana Banking that is Building the Bitterroot Member F. D., I. C. KEN'S CLUB Club and Cafe Good Drinks Good Food Ken Avery, Prop. Ste -aensville, Montana. RALPH'S OUTFITTERS Manufacturers of Gloves and Leather Goods Men's Outdoor Clothing Sporting Goods Stevensville, Montana Where all good friends CORNER BAR Best Drinks Best Friends Stevens ville, Montana , THE Exffellent Quallty Jewelry For your complete musical needs. STEVENSVILLE JEWELRY 310 N. Higgins James Cotter' Propo Missoula, Montana WESTERN MONTANA'S SHOPPING CENTER : , 0 MISSOULA, MONTANA Mercantile quality should never be confused with luxury . . . for quality is found in articles as or- dinary as ash cansl' It's the hidden feature that makes one item stand out above the rest . . . it's your guarantee of service and value received. Its the TRUE yardstick for thrifty Western Mon- tana Shoppersl It's a daily feature at this big shopping center! meet for friendly chats. Nationally Advertised Watches Diamonds Silver and Fine Jewelry B 8: H JEWELRY CO. l4O N. Higgins Missoula FORT OWEN SERVICE STATION Texaco Products Motor tune-up Washing and greasing Riverside tires and batteries After 6f,,00 P,M. Call 272-W N. Main Stevensville P.OLL'S CREAM STATION We buy and sell Milk and cream Lockers for rent. Phone 44-J Stevensville For Your Parties- Dances- Picnics We can supply you with C O C A - C O L A also MISSION ORANGE fmade from real oranges, and Mission Root Beer, Grape Drink, Black Cherry, Grapefruit Creme Soda, Strawberry 8: Ginger Ale. Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Missoula S!-lf MONTANA POWER COMPANY When Thomas Alva Edison got a flicker, a glow and then light from his contraption 75 years ago, he showed us the way to greater accomplish- ments in every line. . . .farming, mining, manufacturing, transportation, to mention a few. The first incandescent light was invented by a man who believed in the intelligence and independence of the individual. ., . proceeding without prodding or pocketbook of the Government. Opportunity is knocking every day for the person who has something America and the world need - whether that "something" be great or small. There's opportunity in Montana. Cast your lot with this State. When in Hamilton, do your shopping at BOREN'S VARIETY STORE One of Hamilton's Finest Ready-to-Wear Stores NOBLE 'S CLOTHING "The Store for Men and Women Who Buy for Men" 9 Phone 3-3051 403 N. Higgins Missoula 48 hour notice needed on special orders Breads--Cakes--Cookies CITY BAKERY +s,.:1 M, Located in the heart of town Phone 124 - J Hamilton Montana STEELE MAYTAG STORE Phone 523 Hamilton Dealers in Maytag and Leonard Appliances We service all kinds of Gas and Electrical Appliances and Sell and Deliver Propane Gas ONE STOP SERVICE phillips service Ste vens ville, Montana 'll 'W ' ' ' " fzig' Ir, f' , hwy l' ,ii CLEMENT'S DRUG ST American Greeting Cards Coty's Cosmetics Cutter's and Lederle's Veterinary Supplies Fountain Service Stationery ORE Store phone 52 Residence phone 87-J YOUR REXALL STORE IN STEVENSVILLE Al, 1 -1 1 - T W 'WT 1 " x ' YN' . -. veal. N: la ex A IW U A ,mmqf,-muww 'll WESTERN OUTFITTERS FOR MEN WOMEN CHILDREN ' 1 MISSOULA MONTANA Y BEDORD IMPLEMENT COMPANY A full line of Machinery and Supplies COMPLETE SHOP SERVICE Sales - Service - Parts 1421 West Broadway Missoula, Montana Compliments of LM., LUCY 8: SONS Complete Home Furnishings Since l889 Mis soula, Montana VALLEY IMUEANERS HH! Hamilton, Montana HUI S bokuwrwil T Make your homes complete NICKELS Plumbing-Heating Appliances Hamilton, Montana For recreation go to The HAMILTON BOWL 411 W. Main Hamilton FARMER'S STATE BANK Victor, Montana The friendly bank located in the heart of the Bitter Root Valley Best of luck to the Senior class of '54 HOWE'S CREAMERY Hamilton, Montana Compliments of ENEBO AGENCY Insurance Real Estate For peace of mind, buy sound insurance ! Ste vens ville, Montana See W MOUNTAIN TRACTOR CO. Your Allis Chalmer s Dealer 1345 West Broadway Missoula for THE MOST MODERN Farm Tractors and Equipment for Modern Farming Methods G. Sn R., ELECTRIC SERVICE QR, W., "Red" Owen, . Westinghouse Appliance s . Electrical Contracting . House Wiring . Amana Freezers S U L L I V A N 'S R A V A L L I R E A Real Estate Insurance Auto - Fire - Life Stevensville, Montana L TY 4B's CAFE "Home of Montana's Guaranteed Steaks" Phone 9-8735 1359 W. Broadway Missoula, Montana ECONOMY FOODS The place to shop for quality produce at the lowest prices. Stevensville, Montana You save money on Congratulations HUNTING and FISHING EQUIPMENT Seniors at Bob Ward 8: Sons Dr' 'LG' Kohl Jewelry - Sporting Goods , YH Y . 1 'Z l A - I N Q5 1 , was " i ' :Sidi Q ,K f 'Q f Q , t. 4 wa, , Jen., L ' J Xivr' fl nil, .H Kp , 1 gg . N la .55 , as af Q Q 5' Q f 5 1 'f Y V xg ' t , 1 s f will 1 U 3.22 ff 9' 4 x 7 f 3 Q 1? AJMX SER H M, 5.1 We wr H , A . ..:5',i", ' , Q Wikia- Y 1 Q J: , f- 1 Y 5 464'-w,. . Q , 2,1247 jj -im? -gs: -1-J f 1 . 1 fi el ir 5 'E wg? ' if W, v 3 :Q 3 4-1' I wi ., I ., .hmif-1 M af f N gn N 242 A 5- it Q SF f 1 A I wi, . 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