Sweet Grass County High School - Timberline Yearbook (Big Timber, MT)

 - Class of 1957

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  the: NINETEEN FIFTY- SEVEN Sweet Gmss County High School Big Timber, MontanaWc, the 1957 Annual Staff, hope that this annual will become one of your most prized possessions and that you may lookback over the faded snapshots and remember the good old days at Sweet Grass High School.ate Cla to o lhose lve »ts , to _ - tver e ‘Pec Jj , c°vrSe at e e }„, 'W ShVe' Crass c„ 8radu 'es of.. ° nit'on r County w °'Ve four M ' » N 8" Sc hoof' HeJen A 0 s°n eo uZ? Jfcfy s C P°und J ,Tge A,be" “C £Jjne 4 177 Ad4ie Ne„wJg Ofrfye first class n tow ARTE1UR SC HUMP B.E.. University of Iowa Physics Chemistry Mechanical Drawing JIM GRAHAM B.A., Montana State University Typing Bookkeeping Shorthand Football Coach Office Practices RAY DODDS B.A., Montana State University American History Basketball Coach Boys’ and Girls' P. E. ORLA ELLS B.S., Oregon State College Montana State College English 1 Home Economics Art EDITH MALCOLM B.A., Montana State University Band Our ESTHER O’TOOLE B.M., Minneapolis School of Music ChorusSCOTT HOSK1NSON B.S., Montana State College Agriculture Education Vocational Ag HAROLD HANSEN B. A. of English Montana State University English 1,2,3 MERVIN WERTZ A.B., Doanes College General Math Civics Communications Teachers STEPHEN OLLESTAD B. A. of Education Montana State University Guidance Councilor Problems of Democracy World History ED HOLMBERG B.S., Montana State College Algebra Geometry Advanced Math GERTRUDE CONWELL Western College of Education Montana State University B. A. English 4 Library SpanishSchool Board Left to right: Rasmus Boc, Fern Prather, Chairman; Margaret Deegan, Ben Olness, Lloyd Rein, Ray Collins, Ed Adam, Helen Hoem. Student Council Seated: Marilyn Fraser, Secretary-Treasurer; Fred Olness, President; Elizabeth Steensland, Vice President. Standing: Cheryll Gee, Faith Brennan, John Green, June Strand.V. I. P. in S. G. H. S. Mr. Songstad Mrs. Elsie Strand Mrs. Severine Strand Marilyn, Jeanne, Mrs. Strand, June, Mrs. Strand. Mrs. Graham Mr. Watson Mr. Bee ken Mr. LoweAwards MYRTLE DRANGE Valedictorian LAURA RULE, FRED OLNESS Citizenship Award Winners ED LOMELAND Salutatorian Babe Ruth Award Winners ED LOMELAND, JUNE STRAND DAVID HAAS Third Grand Winner State Science Fair DALE FREDRICKSON First in Physics State Science Fair DEAN GILBERT High individual grain judge in district ROGER G. HAUGE "Rog" President 1; "S" Club 3,4, President 4; Baseball 1.2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 2; FT A 4; Junior Play. MARILYN JOYCE FRASER "Marilyn" Secretary-Treasurer 2; Chorus 1; Band 1,2,3; Student Council 3,4; Spirit Club 3,4. Secretary-Treasurer 4; Thespians 3,4; Girls’ State. SHARON ANDERSON "Sharon" Chorus 1,3,4; Band 2,3,4; Annual 3; Spirit Club 4. DAVID ANDERSON "Dave” Baseball 1,2; FFA 1.2,3,4; Spirit Club 3. DALE FREDRICKSON "Happy" Vice President 4; Chorus 4; Track 2,3; Spirit Club 3,4; FFA 1; All-State Chorus 4. KATHRYN NORMAN "Katy" FHA 1. MYRTLE DRANGE "Myrt" FHA 1,2,3,4, President 4, District Secretary-Treasurer 3; Thespians 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Spirit Club 3,4; Junior Play; District Play Festival. LARRY RULE "Larry" Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 1; Track 2; Spirit Club 3; "S" Club 3,4.DEAN GILBERT "Gilbert" Chorus 3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; District and State Music Festival 3,4. JOYCE EPPENS "Joyce- Annual 3; Spirit Club 3,4; Shcephcrder 4. JUNE STRAND "June" Secretary-Treasurer 1; Secretary 3; Student Council 4; Cheerleader 1,3; Chorus 2,3,4. Vice President 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3; Sheepherder 3; Annual 3,4, Editor 4; Thespians 3,4; District-State Speech Meet 3; Spirit Club 3,4; Junior Play; Homecoming Queen Candidate 4; All-State Chorus 4; District Play Festival 4. DICK GIBSON "Toot- Spirit Club 3,4. CLARENCE REIDELBACH "Punk- Football 1.2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Boys State; Spirit Club 3; "S" Club 2,3,4. LYLA JEAN WESTERVELT "Lyla" Junior Play; School Spirit Club 3,4; Thespians 4; Chorus 3,4; District and State Music Festival 3,4; District Pl3y Festival 4. WILMA JEAN TUTTLE "Jeanie" FHA 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4; Sheepherder 3; Annual 4; Spirit Club 3,4; FTA 4. Treasurer 4; Voice of Democracy Finalist 4. MELVIN LINCOLN AbeLAURA RULE "Laura" Chorus 1,2; Band 1,2; District and State Music Festival 2; Annual 3,4; Sheep-herder 3,4; Thespians 3,4, President 4; District Speech Meet 3; Junior Play; Spirit Club 3,4; District Play Festival 4. CORWIN RAY LAMACH "Bohunk Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1; Basketball 1, Manager 3,4; "S" Club 3,4. Vice President 4; FT A President 4. DAVID ALLEN HAAS "Dave" Treasurer 3; President 4; Chorus 3,4, President 4; District and State Music Festival 3,4; All-State Chorus 3,4; Boys' State; Co-Editor Sheepherder 4; Annual Photographer 4; Science Talent Search 4; District and State Science Fair 4. CAROL JEAN BOOTH "Booth" Transfer from Reed Point 3; Spirit Club 3; Thespians 3; Band 3; Junior Play. MARY JANE DECOCK "Mary Jane" FHA 1; Chorus 1. EDWIN LEE LOMELAND "Ed" Vice President 1; President 3; Basketball 1,2,3.4; Football 1,3,4; Spirit Club 3; "S” Club 3,4; Annual 3. HERBERT UHRICH "Herb- Football 1,2,3; FFA 1.2; "S" Club 3,4; Spirit Club 4. LUCILLE VANDER VOORT "Lucille FHA 1; Annual 3; Spirit Club 3. kVDONNA GREEN "Donna- Transfer from Edgar and Billings 4; Spirit Club 4; FHA 4; FT A 4; Thespians 4; Chorus 4; All-State Chorus 4. CHARLES RAY OSBORNE "Chuck" Chorus 1,3,4; FT A 4; Spirit Club 4; District Music Festival 3,4; All-State Chorus 3,4; Annual 4. OSWALD NEVIN JR. "Butch" VIVIAN JEANNE HUYSER "Jeanne" Secretary-Treasurer 4; Student Council 3; Thespians 3,4; District Speech Meet 3; Spirit Club 3,4, President 4; FTA 4; Girls' State. EILEEN ANN GROSFIELD "Eileen" FHA 1,2; Chorus 2,3,4; Spirit Club 4; All-State Chorus 4. DELBERT JOSEPH SELL "Sell Spirit Club 3. SHARON McCAULEY "Mac" Shcepherder 3; Spirit Club 3,4; Thespians 3,4; Cheerleader 3; Junior Play. KATR1NKA BLY "Trink" FHA 1,2; Spirit Club 3,4; Sheephcrder 4.JANET PRICE "Jan" Transfer from Hamilton; Chorus 4; Annual 4. CONSTANCE MALCOLM "Connie" Band 1,2,3,4, President 3; Chorus 1,2,4; Annual 1; Cheerleader 1,2,4; Sheepherder 4; Spirit Club 3,4; Junior Play; District and State Music Festival 1,2,3,4; Twirling 1,2,3,4; Drum Majorette 3; Thespians 3, 4; Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow 4. LOUIS GOOSEY "Louie" Thespians 4; Chorus 4; Junior Play. FRED B. OLNESS "Fred" Vice President 3; Chorus 3,4; Band 1,2, 3,4, President 4; Basketball 3,4; Football 2,3,4; Junior Play; Boys' State; "S" Club 2,3,4; Thespians 1,2,3,4; Sheepherder 4; Baseball 3,4; Spirit Club 3,4; Student Council President 4. CAROLE GAVNE "Gavne" Sheepherder 2,3,4. Co-Editor 4; Annual 3; Student Council 2; Chorus 2,3; Cheerleader 3; Thespians 3,4; Play Festival 3, 4; School Spirit Club 3,4; Junior Play. CAROL RAY "Carol- Transfer from Billings Central; FHA 1. JACK BERG "Lefty" Vice President 2; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3.4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Spirit Club 3,4; "S" Club SONJA BRUFFEY "Sonja" Chorus 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4; Thespians 3,4; Sheepherder 3,4; Spirit Club 3,4; Junior Play; Annual 3; All-State Chorus 4.BEVERLY HANSON DAVID HATHAWAY SIDNEY HELVIK JOAN HOILAND ROBERT JARRETT BRUCE JOHNSON EDWARD JONES CARL KJARMO JERRY LONGSTEVE NELSON CHERYLL NEV1N SHARON NEVIN RICHARD NICKEL EARNEST O'DELL CARL PATTERSON DARLENE PREVOST MARLENE PREVOST FRANCIS RAISLANDDE LYNN BAINTER MARION BELEY GEORGE BJORNDAL JACQUELINE BLY KENNETH BOE VIRGINIA HARPER EARL BOUSE RALPH CLARK ARLENE COUGHLIN CAROLYN DAHL EDWARD JONES CLARNELLE DAY CHERRILL DRIVDAHL JOHN DRIVDAHL MARTIN DRIVDAHLLARRY SMITH ELIZABETH STEENSLAND JOHN STENE INGA UNDEM WILLIAM VOGES ELDA WESTERVELT MERRY RUTH RYAN GERALD SCHOLTEN EARL SCHOTT PAT SMART i I t+ fStjyn, ' ‘rsttlrOj U£ W 'C dWtt AO ?? J'Jhlo - ClcxsS CSV ice. VS. JoUhGretr -Stvj eW. C ounoil t (-l B vjSC - Pres Joan Moila ci -Vice - Pres Jackie G lu - Se.c..- j-(-ecu .Roger Clemmons Ken Collenborne Jim Cosgriff Robert Crockett Mike McCune Richard Forsyth Janet Fraser Glen Gallentine Dale GeeRuth Hathaway Carol Holzworth Lois James Monte Jarrett Spencer Jarrett Steve Johnson Harold Krone Dean Larson Patricia LordMarit Oiestad Nyla Opland Kenneih Osborne Arlean Ostrum Sharon Palm Sue Ann Paulson Marvin Pederson Patricia Peterson Thomas RayCarol Rein Dean Smith Wanda Stoesscl Vincent Tracy Bernice Uhrich Michele VanCleve Linda Warp David Riter Alvin Ronneberg Dennis Sandage Dick Sloan Picture Not Available Irene Westervelt Carla Wulff Florence Yost I . ■ ' . . . ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ v •» s 4 :• ■o Av Laurence Allestad Perry Anderson Donald Anderson Bernos Barker Linda Bjorndal Gloria Boe John Boe Sherrill Bryan Rolla Davis John Eddy Myrna Forsyth Ben Gavne Sheryl Gee Elizabeth Grosfield James Chapel Maxine Cosgriff Lorraine Jones Patsy Kelly Jan Klindt Charles Lamach Joyce Lovscth Ronald McCauley Kathleen McCauley Mike McKay Leslie McKenzie Bill McLauchlan Jerry Mehus Kathryn Meserve Kathleen Nickel Gary NitcyLorayne Plaggemeyer Bruce Purcell Bonnie Ray Helen Rien Virginia Roberts Gary Smart Martin Stevens Cort Strobel Gary Thompson Dale Grosfield Oddlaug Stene Linda Tjaaland Nancy Ullman Alice Undem WELCOME! BASKETBALL ROUNDUP t$asJ(e ( b 3 ! T? OK'rx d u p S u.d« rv| 0o i 1 M ) ( Preside { - Y« J 0 n »55 9:JW. 3? p rfh lie H t ?3c i ? So a Tellie. Ntuj 'Tfoph'j u C -fforv Z 3 i i o»v 3 I vvx Vo %€ STHE5PIRN PLRY5 ■I Cu.RTRiN G 0» NO U.P H e'5 Derd Rll R »c Hi- ppie. HT 5pUnt For R Broken HerrtBand Bottom row: Helen Rein, David Riter, Carol Rein, George Algard, Maurine Hager, Edward Hale, Fred Olness, Bill Voges, Erin Goosey, Bill McLauchlin, Sharon Anderson, Alvin Ronnebcrg, Florence Yost, David Olsen, Sharon Palm. Second row: Douglas MacDonald, Helen Brekke, Clarnelle Day, Perry Anderson, Elizabeth Steensland, Mike McKay, Carolyn Dahl, Robert Crockett, Cheryll Nevin, Dale Grosfield, Bernos Barker, Jan Klindt, SueAnn Paulson, Ralph Wilson. Third row; Jerry Jones, Bob Klindt, Sherrill Bryan, Richard Hager, Nancy Ullman, Janet Price, Elizabeth Grosfield, Marilyn Fraser, Carol Booth, Don Anderson, Connie Malcolm, Calvin Ryan, DeLynn Bainter, Diane Refsland, Jonathan VanDaveer. Fourth row; Roger Hoem, Eline Grosfield, Linda Raisland, Jane Beck, Janie Hooper, Linda Clark, Joan Lomeland, Diane Olson, Karen Spilde, Krista Bly, Bob Steensland, Raymond Hoem, Ed Webber, Bob Lillibridgc, Gerry Etzold, Lois Riter. Fifth row; Ellen Nevin, Billy Dempster, Mardi Hart, Mary Ellen McDonald, Nancy Huffman, Dennis Johnson, John Paulson, Bill Taylor, LcRoy McBride, Andrea Rostad, Lorents Grosfield, Cristy Palm, John Brekke, Douglas Kelly, David Martinz, Shirley Algard. Sixth row: Donald Purcell, Jack Prather, Jimmy Elgas, David Hood, Lee Barker, Joe Mathes, Walter Huyser, Gary Refsland, Sox Ullman, Tully Swanberg, Duane Haugc, Sandra Myssee. Seventh row; Judy Plaggcmeyer, Betty Stephens, Ray Lomeland, Paula Nyre, John Eddy, Jerry Swanberg, Carol McBride, Danny Nevin, Peggy Forester.Chorus I i First row: Charles Osborne, Martin Drivdahl, Florence Yost, Donna Green, June Strand, Ruth Hathaway, Sue Ann Paulson, Shcrryl Gee, Mike McCune, LeRoy McBride. Second row; David Haas, Dale Fredrickson, Eileen Grosfield, Jady Mauland, Lorrayne Plaggemyer,Marion Beley, Rolla Davis, Carol Rein, Gloria Boe, Connie Malcolm, Patricia Peterson, Carla Wulff, David Hathaway. Third row: Louis Goosey, Fred Olncss, Lyla Westervelt, Faith Brannen, Rose Haskins, Sonja Bruffcy, Sharon Anderson, Oddlog Stene, Ellen Braughton, Janet Price, Bernos Barker, Sharon Palm, Elda Westervelt, Dean Gilbert. Not Pictured: Irene Westervelt, Bill Mothcrshead, Carl Patterson, John Stene.F.F.A. First row; Richard Holm, Gary Thompson, Lawrancc Allcstad, Perry Nitcy, Perry Anderson, Don Anderson, Carl Kjarmo, Dale Grosfield, LeRoy McBride, Martin Drivdahl. Second row: Tom Brownlee, Cort Strobel, Gary Nitcy, Dean Smith, Marvin Miller, Casey Jones, John Drivdahl, John Green, Ken Osborne. Third row: Roger Christ, Spencer Jarrett, Vincent Tracy, John Stene, David Anderson, Ronald Faw, Dean Gilbert, Maier Miller, Sid Helvik, George Bjorndahl. Not Pictured: Jim Chapel, Larry Smith, Earl Schott. The primary aim of the Future Farmers of America is the development of agricultural leadership, cooperation, and citizenship. A few of its purposes are to create a love for country life, to encourage members to better their farm homes and surroundings, to encourage and practice thrift, to develop character, and to foster patriotism. John Drivdahl's blue ribbon ewe JOHN GREEN DEAN GILBERT President Vice president JOHN DRIVDAHL Secretary MAIER MILLER TreasurerF.H.A First row; Wilma Tuttle, Sharon Faw, Kathleen Nickel, Sharon McKenzie, Nancy Ullman, Donna Green. Second row: Jady Mauland, Pat Smart, Patty Lord, Myrtle Drange, Rose Haskens, Mrs. Ells. Third row: Bernos Barker, Elizabeth Stecnsland, Patricia Peterson, Cheryll Nevin, Lois O'Dell, Linda Bjorndahl. InitiationSheepherder Seated: Connie Malcolm, Carole Gavne, Dave Haas, Katrinka Bly. Standing: Mr. Wertz, Sponsor; Steve Nelson, Wanda Stoessel, Pat Smart, Fred Olness, Jeanne Huyser, Laura Rule, Sonja Bruffey, Joyce Eppens. STAFF Editors........................CAROLE GAVNE DAVE HAAS Feature Editors................SONJA BRUFFEY KATRINKA BLY Reporters.....................CONNIE MALCOLM JEANNE HUYSER FRED OLNESS LAURA RULE JOYCE EPPENS Art Editor...................................STEVE NELSON Typists......................................STAFF Sponsor........................................MR. WERTZThe purpose of the School Spirit Club is to promote citizenship. Officers: J. Huyser, T. Voges, M. Fraser; Sponsors: Miss Conwell, Mr. Collins "S” Club From Upper Right: C. Lamach, B. Mothershead, M. Miller, R. Faw, J. Berg, L. Rule, J. Myers, D. Sloan, C. Reilbach, T. Voges, F. Olness, D. Gee, C. Patterson, E. Lomeland, C. Kjarmo, R. Hauge, J. Green, K. Collenbourne, S. Nelson, S. Johnson, B. Jarrett. Not Pictured: D. Larson, K. Boe, L. Nelson, E. O'Dell. School SpiritThespians First row: June Strand, Wanda Stoessel, Connie Malcolm, Kathryn Meserve, Lorraine Jones, Jeanne Huyser, Myrtle Drange, George Algard, Laura Rule, Shelly Van Cleve, Lois James. Second row: Mr. Hanson, Director; Sharon McCauley, Sharon Palm, Sue Paulson, Patricia Peterson, Sonja Bruffey, Marion Beley, Nyla Opland, Carole Gavne, Donne Green, Mr. Wertz, Director. Third row: Janet Fraser, Carol Rein, Marit Oisted, Carla Wulff, Marilyn Fraser, Lyla Wester veil, Carl Patterson, Martin Drivdahl, Maxine Cosgriff. Fourth row: Fred Olness, Louis Goosey, Gerald Scholten, Robert Crockett, Erin Goosey, John Drivdahl, Steve Nelson.Homecoming The Crowning Queen - JOAN HOILAND Queen and attendants. Standing: Nancy Ullman, Janet Fraser, June Strand. Seated: Joan Hoiland. ParadeFootball First row; Green. Collenborne, Jarrett, Gee. Sloan, Kjarmo, Hooper, Patterson, Gallentine, Johnson. Second row; Bjorndal, Mothershead, Faw, Sandage, Smith, O'Dell, Berg, Cosgriff, Larson, Lamach. Third row: Coach Graham, Boe, Hauge, Myers, Reidelbach, Lomeland, Voges, Nelson, Olness, Smart, McCauley, Strobel, Gavne, Thompson. ASSISTANT COACH DODDS Big Timber 7 Big Timber 20 Big Timber 7 Big Timber 14 Big Timber 21 Big Timber 12 Big Timber 13 "B" Squad Big Timber 0 Big Timber 21 Worden Forsyth Columbus Lodge Grass Absarokee Red Lodge Harlo "B" Squad Harlo Red Lodge 7 44 25 7 6 25 34 26 17 MANAGER CLEMMONSCLARENCE REiDELBACH Wingback Co-Captain ROGER HAUGE Quarterback ' VCheerleaders "B” Squad Left to right: Lorraine Jones, Bonnie Ray, Elizabeth Gros-field. Left to right: Joanne Hoiland, Jackie Bly, Connie Malcolm, Lois James."A” Squad Left to right: Mr. Dodds, coach; Dale Gee, Bill Voges, Gary Smart, Ed Lome land, Maier Miller, Jack Berg, Larry Rule, Fred Olness, Clarence Reidelbach, Roger Hauge, Alvin Ronneberg, Steve Nelson, Corwin Lamach, Manager. SGHS 65 Lodge Grass 52 SGHS 51 Gardner 44 SGHS 59 Columbus 65 SGHS 72 Forsyth 62 SGHS 74 Absarokee 54 SGHS 65 Absarokee 90 SGHS 94 Bridgcr 71 SGHS 71 Anaconda 82 SGHS 76 Anaconda 68 SGHS 51 Harlo 78 SGHS 49 Deer Lodge 64 SGHS 85 Huntly Project 71 SGHS 65 Columbus 58 SGHS 62 Roundup 85 SGHS 57 Red Lodge 54 SGHS 84 Forsyth 61 SGHS 92 Lodge Grass 66 SGHS 89 Roundup 87 Player Points For Year (Total) (Average) Berg 442 17. 7 Voges 235 12.3 Total Points for Year: Rule 291 12. 1 Big Timber - 1731 Hauge 260 11.0 Opponents - 1621 Lomeland 212 9.0 Nelson 93 4.7 Average Points Per Game: Miller 103 4.4 Big Timber - 62.6 Reidelbach 51 2.9 Opponents - 60. 5 Gee 17 1.4 Ronneberg 2 1.0 Olness 9 0.7 ■T v rivriifniriii ir iTi nr-i "B” Squad Left to right: Mr. Graham, coach; M. Miller, E. Goosey, G. Smart, A. Ronneberg, S. Johnson, D. Anderson, D. Riter, R. McCauley, J. Boe, L. McKenzie, J. Hooper, C. Patterson, manager. SCHEDULE SGHS 67 Absarokce 42 SGHS 50 Laurel 52 SGHS 42 Harlo 46 SGHS 51 Red Lodge 44 SGHS 46 Gardner 42 SGHS 67 Livingston 51 SGHS 49 Laurel 42 SGHS 43 Harlo 41 SGHS 61 Roundup 30 SGHS 45 Absorakee 58 SGHS 44 Bridger 53 SGHS 53 Red Lodge 55 Coach Graham deserves much praise for his work with this team. Knowing that eight of these eleven boys had had no experience makes us very proud of their record and of the coach.Track and Baseball Track Team The History of the Class of 1957 In the fall of 1953, sixty poor unsuspecting freshmen entered SGHS. They were knocked about and finally fell into the hands of the mighty sophomores. Thus they were properly initiated into high school. Our class officers during this trying year were Roger Hauge, President; Ed Lomeland, Vice President; June Strand, Secretary-Treasurer; and Jim Pederson as Student Council Representative. At the beginning of our sophomore year, we find that we have lost Roy Bookout, Nesha Bosshard, Jeanne Hart, Ronnie Hauge, Joyce Hitchcock, Beverly Huffman, Robert Nevin, Charles Olson, Carol Ray, and Betty Sherod. In place of these we gained Don Burmeister, Mary Goddard, Sharon Mitchler, and Carol Morstein. This year it was our turn to initiate the incoming freshmen. Our officers for this year were President, Lola Meyers; Vice President, Jack Berg; Secretary-Treasurer, Marilyn Fraser; and Student Council Representative, Carol Gavne. We then faced our junior year with Ed Lomeland as our President, Fred Olness as Vice President, June Strand as Secretary, Dave Haas as Treasurer, and Jeanne Huyser as Student Council Representative. During this year we presented the Junior Class Play. The play chosen was "Brother Goose," which was headed by Lyla Westervelt who was assisted by Louis Goosey, Connie Malcolm, Fred Olness, Jeanne Huyser, Carole Gavne, Myrtle Drange, Carol Booth, Laura Rule, Roger Hauge, and Sharon McCauley. June Strand was the student director. During this year Carol Booth joined us, but we lost Don Burmeister, Bob Alexander, Arnold Eik, Mary Goddard, Dean Hausserman, Bruce Johnson, Sharon Mitchler, Carol Morstein, Lola Meyers, Ken O’Dell, Josey Olson, Leo Reidel-bach, Ronald Thompson, Jean Wedel, and David Vander Voort. Another big event during this year was the Junior-Senior Prom which we sponsored. The theme chosen was "Cherry Pink and Apple-Blossom White." Our last year in SGHS we find Dave Haas as President, Dale Fredrickson as Vice President, Jeanne Huyser as Secretary-Treasurer, and June Strand as Student Council Representative. Janet Price, Carol Ray, and Donna Green joined us at the beginning of this year, but we lost Jim Pederson, Inez Krone, 3nd Bill Smith. Mr. Schump and Mr. Snyder were our sponsors during these three memorable years; however, we lost Mr. Snyder during our last year and Mr. Ollestad took over his duties. Our high school days are over, but the memories of the happy days spent in SGHS will linger on forever in the hearts of the graduating class of 1957. Class Will We, the senior class of 1957, being of weak mind from overwork, but with sound bodies, hereby present our last will and testament to be probated under the laws pertaining to such. MARY JANE DECOCK wills her letters from Spain to Faith Brennan.Richard Nickel will be a greater attraction for the weaker sex now as CORWIN LAMACH leaves him his masculine build. SHARON ANDERSON leaves her bashful ways to Lois James. Will you know what to do with them, Lois? CAROL BOOTH leaves SGHS with her unexcused absences unless someone else wants them. Virginia Roberts will be plenty busy next year as CONNIE MALCOLM bequeaths to her her power to have more than one boy friend at a time. MYRTLE DRANGE wills her all around mental ability to Larry Smith. There’s gonna be a change around here. MARILYN FRASER leaves her separator and booklets to Pat Kelly. Tell us how they work, Pat! LUCILLE VANDER VOORT wills her double life to Sharon Faw. Are you sure you want it, Sharon? SHARON McCAULEY and ED LOMELAND leave their ability to keep "love's flame" burning to Pat Smart and Tom Brownlee. Good Luck! LAURA RULE wills her boisterous ways to Cheryll Nevin. Use them sparingly , Cheryll! DAVE HAAS leaves his scientific brain to Chuck Boe. Put this precious gift to good use. Chuck. Girls, keep your eyes on Dean Larson next year, because JACK BERG has presented him with his "Cassanovian Characteristics.” HERB UHRICH wills his dancing instructor to Martin Drivdahl. Try hard, Martin. LARRY RULE wills his story-telling ability to David Riter. Careful, Dave, don't exaggerate too much! ROGER HAUGE wills Carol Rein to George Algard. Be careful, George!! ! JANET PRICE leaves her athletic ability to Beverly Hanson. FRED OLN'ESS wills his ability to tell "funny Jokes" (???) to Charlie Lamach. We hope you do better than Fred did, Charlie. JEANIE TUTTLE bequeaths her ability to keep quiet to Ronnie McCauley. Quite 3 shock, isn't it, Ron? JEANNE HUYSER wills her ability to get along with Mr. Schump (?) to Carl Patterson and Gerald Scholten. We also hope that you two do better than Jeanne did! DICK GIBSON wills his "quiet" evenings TO the class of '58. Careful now. 'TRINKA BLY wills her ability to get along with Miss Conwell to the Senior English class of '58. Take advantage of this. CHUCK OSBORNE and LOUIS GOOSEY leave their expert marksmanship to anyone who can get away with it. DALE FREDRICKSON leaves his slide rule to the math classes. What ever you do -don’t drop it!!! Things are looking up for Jimmy Chapel now as DAVID ANDERSON leaves him his height. JOYCE EPPENS wills her empty mail box to Merry Ruth Ryan. She's hunting for new territory. CLARENCE REIDELBACH leaves nis catching ability to LcRoy McBride. Keep up the good work, LeRoy! LYLA WESTERVELT wills her "torch Carrying" ability for grown men to the incoming freshman girls. Watch out, girls, this can be dangerous (especially if he happens to be married.)! ! ! CAROLE GAVNE wills her ability to be true to one man to Rose Haskins. CAROL RAY wills her hair dying ability to Cort Strobcl and Johnny Hooper. Anything but orange, boys, please!! ! DELBERT SELL wills his bop style to Sidney Helvik. MELVIN LINCOLN leaves his black eyes and bruises to Richard Forsyth. SONJA BRUFFEY leaves her typing and shorthand ability to Ralph Clark. OZZ1E NEVIN will give his gas bills to anyone who can pay them. JUNE STRAND leaves her generous smile to Sherrill Drivdahl. Make use of this often, Sherrill, it's an asset.DONNA GREEN wills her near future plans to anyone who likes the title of Mrs. EILEEN GROSFIELD wills her love of horses to all the SGHS horse lovers. Things will be quieter around here now as KATHRYN NORMAN wills her quiet ways to Sherill Bryan. This will be a change!!! Bill Jarrett will go through a big change now as DEAN GILBERT leaves him his beautiful (?) head of hair. The Senior Class leaves SGHS - FINALLY!!! As Prophets forecasting future events, we prophesy these happenings for the class We have received word that SHARON ANDERSON is having her grand opening this Saturday night for her famous "Andy's" Burlesque Show. She strongly urges her high school graduating class to attend for a lasting reunion. Frankie Lane and ROGER HAUGE have formed a recording corporation known from coast to coast. For the television shows, Frankie sings and Roger performs the Calypso dances. We read in a New York Newspaper that Roger got carried away Tuesday night and lost his shirt!!! (Second Elvis - maybe?) DAVID ANDERSON is successfully coaching the famous Reed Point Pirates’ football team to state championship. - We are happy to sec that David has finally used his abundance of manpower to something useful. The former KATHRYN NORMAN sends her regards and regrets that she can’t attend "Andy’s" show. Kathryn is now Mrs. Don DeCock and her oldest son is graduating from college and she feels she must be there. Latest Warm Springs report: EMMETT D. GIBSON has been reinstated in the Alcoholics Division. Connie Malcolm is on the escapee list - the worries over her three husbands have finally gotten the best of her. MADAM TUTTLE is employed in the United States’ Foreign Service teaching proper English to Molotov’s heirs. PROFESSOR FREDRICKSON, after working 30 years trying to trisect an angle, has announced, on his death bed, that he is dedicating his magnificent brain to mankind for study. The notorious MISS LAURA RULE, dietitian for the Mayo Clinic, is flying in tonight for "Andy’s" show. Laura has sent word that she can’t miss the show and that she wants the class to see her now that she only weighs 100 pounds! FAT FREDDIE OLNESS is a water boy for the Cleveland Browns. Freddie is coming in on the freight tonight. MISS JANET PRICE is happy to announce that she is succeeding Miss Gertrude Conwcll who retired recently from SGHS’s English department after 60 long years of reliable service. After a singing career of 30 years together, LYLA WESTERVELT and LOUIS GOOSEY have announced their engagement. They are both presently employed with the Lawrence Weik show, but they plan to start something of their own in the near future. Millionaire PUNK REIDELBACH, who owns the largest mink farm in the world, receives thousands of marriage proposals each year. Next to John D. Rockefeller Jr. , he is the world's most eligible bachelor. OZZIE NEVIN, after telling lies to Charlotte all these years, is now paying for it. She caught him and they have a family of eight children. (Twins and quads seem to run in the family). MR. and MRS. ED LOMELAND (nee Sharon McCauley) are living in a sheep-wagon in the mountains. There is no news from them as they find enough happiness in each other without the rest of the world. of 1957:DONNA GREEN finally got off her crutches and is majoring in Child Growth and Development. JACK BERG'S fiery red hair has finally turned to gray. Too many women in his day. He entered the local old folks' home at the early age of 49. PROFESSOR DAVID HAAS is now residing on Mars. He developed his own space ship and has called it the SCHUMP LIMITED in honor of his former high school pal. This is a great memorial to the former science instructor of SGHS. LUCILLE VANDER VOORT got her divorce from Ray Vander Voort and is frantically dashing STEPHEN OLLESTAD, who is still employed at SGHS. The noted research scientist. MYRTLE DRANGE has reported her experiments with rats in the rat laboratory at MSC are successful. She proved their mentality far exceeds that of man but not of woman. MISS KATRINKA BLY and MISS SONJA BRUFFEY have been promoted to Sergeants in the Mess Hall at Fort Harrison in New Zealand. They have been with the WAVES for a great number of years now attempting to find the "one and only." CAROL RAY is married to a flying saucer and we see her go over every once in a while. CAROLE GAVNE is now foreign correspondent for the NEW YORK TIMES. Her experience working as co-editor of the "Sheepherder" proved good background. She travels from country to country on a pogo stick. MARILYN FRASER, after 30 years of trying to find any man that would marry her, has resigned herself to the task of ridding the world of ants. She is an inmate at Warm Springs where they are in abundance. Now modeling shorts, JOYCE EPPENS finds time to attend "Andy's” show. She will give her former classmates an exhibition. DEAN GILBERT is running Palm Springs resort in Florida. Famous western singer and wife, MR. AND MRS. LARRY RULE are enjoying a second honeymoon there. Deer Lodge reports that CHARLES OSBORNE has been admitted after 30 years of trying to succeed his father as local "copper. " Fisherman DELBERT SELL, after being lost at sea for three months, has changed his mind on his life's occupation and is heading for Africa to hunt lions. He is joining MELVIN LINCOLN, who long ago made himself famous in this field by capturing a lion with his bare hands. Due to personal affections and feelings, he donated the lion to CAROL BOOTH’S side show. Carol has since been engaged in the work of training the lion. Because of many years experience in the work of training different things, she is very successful at this work. THELMA JUNE NIGHTINGALE STRAND has been nursing CORWIN LAMACH, who was wounded in World War III. Reports are brewing that there may be an affectionate relationship developing between them. We may see the pair at "Andy's. " Senator HERB UHRICH is fighting for the farmers' rights. He is under the impression that they should have some. New queen of the local donkey basketball is EILEEN GROSF1ELD. At the closing ceremonies, she was awarded a magnificent white burro. After JEANNE HUYSER'S spectacular swim across the Atlantic last month, Elvis Presley decided that she was getting more publicity than he was, so to solve the problem, he married her. They are now living in the hills of Tennessee. Jeanne is a very jealous female!!!AutographsAutographs —a uaa.. . , . The Pei! Ycaiboeks ore TAYLOR MADEi.'ii-iiKuu  

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