Terry High School - Prairian Yearbook (Terry, MT)

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qw 1. was tw-W.wx1s,Q-s5zs:2v.:rf i x w r , Y . , Y 1 1954 E Terry High School I Terry, Montana N - 1 - - M rv - ---- It 1111-- H M W ' FQREWORD We, the Prairian staff, have tried to supply you with pictures and copy in this little volume to help you in the years to clearly remember this year at THS. All the fun, work, victories and defeats we witnessed will be bright memories with this book to help fill in the spots that may become hazy over the years. The work in putting out this yearbook will be passed as strictly fun ifyou enjoy this as we have enjoyed making it for you. 2 DEDICATIQN This Annual is dedicated to the memory of Don Bradley. He was in- terested in all undertaking ofthe school and one of our staunchest supporters. He had that special ability which all of us are striving to achieve, the ability to recognize a need and the a- bility and persistence to see the need satisfied. As we recall the memory of Don, let us again renew our promise to our- selvesg "to serve ourselves and our fellow men more faithfully". 3 ..m.::a4.:.uwmam:.... TABLE OF CONTENTS FOREWORD - 2 DEDICATIQN - 3 sENIoI2s - 5 JuNIoRs - II SOPHOMORES - I5 FRESHIVIEN - I9 FACULTY - 23 ORGANIZATION - 27 ATHLETICS - 39 ADVERTISING - 45 4 " ' ' " T tial- ' 'waftfw' r"f'f' SEHIUHS AM '3mr QS' .J tg! ww f N N IONE ANDERSON Girls' Glee Club 1-2g Mixed Chorus 1-2g "Pearls" 1g "Or- chids and Onions" 3g Baton Twirling 3-4g Twirling Vice President 4g Library Club 1-2 - 3-4g Library President 4g Class Vice President 1g Terrier Staff 4g Prairian Staff 4g J.R.C, Camp Delegate 3. LORAIN ANDERSON Boys' Glee Club 1-2g Mixed Chorus 1-2g Basketball3g Foot- ball 1-2-3-4g "Orchids and Onions" 3g Lettermen's Club 3- 4. CORAL BROWN Salutatorian Band 1-2-3g Girls' Glee Club 1-2g Mixed Chorus 1-2g F. H. A. 4g Library Club 4g Prairian Staff 1-4g Terrier Staff 4. RONALD COLE Boys' Glee Club 1-2-4g Mixed Chorus 1-2-4g Basketball 1-2- 3-4g Football 2-3-4g "Pearls" 1g 'Orchids and Onions' 3g Let- termen's Club 1-2-3-4g Student Council 1g Terrier Staff 4g Prairian Staff 4. 5 VIOLA BERRETH Girls' Glee Club 1g Mixed Cho- rus 1g Class Vice President 4g Terrier Staff 4g Prairian Staff 4. LEROY HAIDLE Band 1,2,3,45 Boys' Glee Club 1-25 Mixed Chorus 1-25 Basket- ball 1-2-3-45 Football 1-2-3- 45 "Orchids and Onions" 35 Let- termen'sClub 1-2-3-45 Letter- men Secretary-Treasurer 35 Lettermen President 45 Class President lg Student Council 25 Student Council Vice President 3g Student Council President 4g Boys' State 35 Terrier Staff 45 Prairian Staff 4. DALE HESS Boys' Glee Club 1-25 Mixed Chorus 1-25 Football 1-2-3-45 "Orchids and Onions" 35 Letter- men's Club 3-4. JOAN HOAGLAND Girls' Glee Club 1-25 Mixed Chorus 1-25 Baton Twirling 25 Cheerleader 45 Terrier Staff 45 Prairian Staff 4. DIANE LAUER Girls' Glee Club 1-2-35 Mixed Chorus 1-2-35 "Mary Comes Home From College' lg "Or- chids and Onions" 35 F. H. A. 1-2-3-45 F. H. A. President 1- 45 Baton Twirling 2-3-45 Twirl- ing President 45 Library Club 2-3-45 Library Vice President 45 Class Secretary-Treasurer lg StudentCounci12-3-45 Student Council Secretary-Treasurer 4g I.R.C.Camp Delegate 35 Ter- rier Staff 4g Prairian staff 4. 6 MARGARET HESS Transferred from Glendive H. S. 25 Girls' Glee Club 2-3-45 Mixed Chorus 273-43 F. H. A. 1-2-3-45 F. H. A. Vice Presi- dent35 Terrier Staff45 Prairian Staff4. GARY LAURENCE Band 1-2-35 Boys' Glee Club 1-2-3-45 Mixed Chorus 1-2-3- 45 Football 45 Lettermen's Club 4. DONALD LEE Band 1-2-35Boys' Glee Club 1- 25 Mixed Chorus 1-25 Basket- ball 1-2-3-45 Football 2-3-45 "Orchids and Onions" 35 Let- termen's Club 3-45 Lettermen Vice President 45 Class Vice President 35Class President 45 Boys' State 3. MERIAM SCHMIDT Transferred From Ismay H. S. Girls' Glee Club 2-45 Mixed Chorus 2-45 "Orchids and On- ions" 35 Class President 35 Tumbling 25 Terrier Staff 45 Prairian Staff 4. ODELTA TUSLER Valedictorian Girls' GleeClub 1-2-3-45 Mix- ed Chorus 1-2-3-45 "Pearls" 15 Library Club 1-2-3-45 Library Vice President 25 Library Secretary-Treasurer 45 Class Vice President 25 Class Secretary-Treasurer 3-45 Ter- rier Staff 45 Prairian Staff 1-45 Terrier Editor 45 Prairian Editor 45 Girls' State 35 Journalism Pow-Wow 3. 7 DALE LILES Band 1-25 Boys' Glee Club 15 Mixed Chorus lg Football 2-3- 45 "Pearls" 15 "Orchids and Onions" 35 Lettermen's Club 2- 3-45 Lettermen Secretary- Treasurer 45 Class President 25 Student Council 3-45 Boys' State 35 Student Manager 25 Terrier Staff 45 Prairian Staff 4. SENloR CLASS HISTORY On wobbly knees Z5 pale but intelligent freshmen registered into Terry High School the fall of '50, We suffered throughintroduction and the "mighty seniors" told us that duringinitiation we were to appear as half man and half woman. We did it too! Friday night we presented a program of singing, skits, magic tricks, and hollow egg throwing. The Freshman Mixer officially ended our term as com- pletely inferior little beings that crawled around THS. We soon received our beau- tiful green and white pennant and presented it to the Senate. It was approved and hidden by the seniors. We found it neatly concealedin a ream of paper in the pap- er cupboard. We were then admitted to the Senate as a live class. We had chosen John Kleis, science ahd shop teacher, as our class advisor. Leroy Haidle was elected president, lone Anderson served as vice-president. Caron Dieruf was elected to the office of secretary-treasurer ,but soon those duties were taken over by Diane Lauer. Ronald Cole and Doris Keller represented us at the Student Council meetings. We presented two one-actplays, "Pearls" and "Mary Comes Home From Col- lege." We raised money during our freshman year by selling at basketball and football games. Sophomore Another term started and we were but 24. William Ward, science and shop instructor, was our chosen advisor. Dale Liles was our presidentg Odelta Tusler, vice-president, Allan Strobel was sec- retary-treasurer, Leroy Haidle and Diane Lauer,Student Council representatives. The big affair of the year for us was our barn dance with bales of hay, milk stools, pitch forks, etc. decorating the gym. Basketball and football games and candy sales were our only means ofincome that year. Junior Eighteen lusty scholars returned to start their third term at THS the fall of ' 52. It was a big year for us! We elected our class officers. Meriam Schmidt, president, Don Lee, vice-presidentg Odelta Tusler, secretary-treasurer, Leroy Haidle and Diane Lauer, Student Council representatives. C. A. Latterell, of the science and English department, advised us during our junior year. Class rings were ordered early as we were all anxious to start sporting them. Our Josten rings arrived October 27. Our Junior class play "Orchids and Onions ", was presented November Z0 and Zl . 0ur prom , "Rainbow Paradise" was gorgeous with the beautiful moonlite water- fall, rose colored orchestra cottage, rainbow and glittering pot of gold, plus the blue and white streamers. It was declared an overwhelming success! We earned money through basketballand football game sales. Senior Sixteen of the last years juniors returned to THS and registered for our final year in high school. , C, A, Latterell, science and English teacher, was unanimously chosen as ad- visor again this year. Don Lee presided over our class meetings,Viola Berreth was vice-president, Odelta Tusler served as secretary-treasurer and Dale Liles and Diane Lauer were Student Council representatives. 8 - we 's 1:21-lawn-.- ---- - We had a very successful project in the form of the Amateur Hour held De- cemberlO. Senior portraits,skip day,Baccalaureate class night and commencernentwere a few more highlights of the year for us. Then we started out in our own individual paths to lead our lives as' adults. SENIOR CLASS WILL The thriving, thrifty, energetic, honorable, able, sincere, beloved, brilliant, and marvelous class of 1954 being of sound mind andbody,inpresence of our high and mighty sponsor, do hereby declare this our last will and testament thus with deepest sincerity and gratitude the Seniors leavethe following beloved possessions and legal bearings. To the faculty, we give our thanks and appreciation for their patience and good humor and hope they never see a class like ours again. To Willie Moarst we leave all our paper on the floor. To the class of 1955 we leave l 1fZ rows of empty seats in the assembly and also our brains. To the class of 1956 we leave all the material we could never use including the teachers. To the class of 1957 we leave nothing but sorrow and hope that they can get through it. Individually, we leave our possessions as follows: Margaret Hess--leaves the teachers pulling their hair. Don Lee--leaves all his girl friends to anyone that can afford to stay out every night. Pete Anderson--leaves his Tarzan-like build to Bob Kreig. Gary Laurence--leaves his hot rod car to Kenny Hughes, who needs a different one. Ronald Cole--leaves his mathematical mind to Clem Morast. Viola Berreth--leaves her quiet ways to Mabel Comer. Dale Hess--leaves his football ability to Larry Steinmitz. Joan Hoagland--leaves her gum chewing ability to anyone who can get away with them. Leroy Haidle--leaves his 2.0-2.0 vision to Fritz Tennant: Meriam Schmidt--leaves her mischievous ways to anyone who can get away with them. Diane Lauer--leaves her booming voice to anyone with strong enough lungs. lone Anderson--leaves her height to Gene Peabody. Odelta Tusler--leaves school Qpeace at lastl. Dale Liles--He's too tight--he takes it all with him. Coral Brown--leaves her comic books to anyone who is intelligent enough to understand them. 9 CLASS PROPH ECY Now here it is tenyears later,where we find Mr. C. A. Latterell taking a trip to see where his '54 grads are and how well they are doing. He is on his way up from Ohio, he stopped in Indianapolis , Indiana in time to catch the Indianapolis 500 where he found Dale Liles as a contestant. He owns the biggest and lowest hot rod ever made, it sits three feet down in the ground and stretches the length of the Indianapolis Speedway. Well, Dale won and after the congratulations, Mr. Latterell started west again. He got as far as five miles north of Fallon where he found Dale Hess going crazy trying to raise potatoes without skins. He de- cided not to stay long here so he took off and proceeded to the ISIJ for abite to eat and got no farther than the door before Mrs. L. Wolf, formerly Joan Hoagland, stopped him. She wanted him to stay for her evening performance. She's an opera star and hula dancer. But due to the circumstances beyondhis control he wished her well with her performance andjourneyed on to Bluffport where he found Viola Berreth, now a greatnovelist justfinishing her latestbook "Green Grass ofBluff- port". After correcting her punctuation he started on his way to Terry where he was sure to find many of the students he graduated in '54. After along days drive he needed some aspirin so he stopped in at the Terry Drug store where he found Diane Lauer managing the Liquor Department. Her motto is "Eat, Drink,and be Merry", After chatting a while he found out that Odelta Tusler, bold, determined, lusty, firm, valiant, vigorous Odelta has finally reached her goal, she is top lab tech. at the Terry Clinic, and that Margaret Hess owns the one and only "How to Catch a Man in Ten Easy Lessons" shop, known in Prairie County. He said he would stop in and see them and then be on his way to Zero where he found Ione Anderson- -correction Mrs. Elmer Rollins learning the electrical trade , even though she does get shocking results. She told him he would find Gary Lawrence near Shirley operating a fleet of deep sea fishing boats on the Yellowstone River. Af- ter stopping to chew the fat with Gary, he got to Miles City where he discovered Mrs. Glen Hogue driving for Hell's Angels and knowing it was Meriam Schmidt, he knew she'd always come out on top. Congratulations were again in store as she stumbled over to him for a few words. She told him to visit Leroy Haidle's combination oldfolks home and insane asylum for all the teachers he drove batty at THS. He visited Leroy, but got out of there in a hurry--Justin case. Thenhe went on to Billings, where he ran into Coral Brown Colver,who invited him out to her ranch, where Dick was staying home teaching their little dudes to round up the cattle on their big dude ranch. Coral told him that his next stop would be Oregon where he would find Don Lee. A short time later he foundhis oldmaster of cere- monies had just bought out the New York Yankees with his first returns from the Brandentaler, Lee, Lee, Lee gl Lee Corporation. Don asked him to come out and see his lumber mill where he found Pete Anderson,with Marion keeping the home- fires burning while Pete works for a raise at Lee's Lusty, Logging Lumbermen Inc. He asked where he could find Ronnie Cole but was disappointedto find that he was stuck in Korea, but doing very well for himself as five star general, with Verna at his side. He then continued down the coast of California where he is employed by the University of Berkley doing the research work on why teachers get grey hair. 10 .Www , , ,vm ,L h ,, .,:.-:.:::-gi-.. U ,. .. ,. . ,...........,,,-.-...4..--.l.. M .... .1-.em --- JUHIUH8 2 AX wswzcerzoze Ulf G , W S, fl! N Nr V We H ' '4'lb.Ol'OQOfO.l Lk 306 MELVIN BENNETT GINGER FOT LAND MARVIN HESS DON CHRISTIANSON VIVIAN CLARK HAROLD GAUB TOM GEORGE HARLEY HOAGLA ND BILL HERRINGTON 11 KENNETH HUGHES BILL HOLZWORTH ANNA KOGELE INA KUEHN STANLEY MACIOROSKI ROBERT MARTIN N HARVEY MEIDINGER CHARLOTTE MEISSEL 12 s 3 3 g,iQ 3 Tj, 3 1 ADELINE MORAST CLEMENS MORAST EVELYN MORAST DELORES OPP FRANCES RENO ALMON ROLLINS FLORENCE STROBEL VERNA STROBEL 13 JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY Make Way! Shoot off a cannon! Here come the Juniors! Twenty-five intelligent looking students ready to start their third year at T, H, S. Miss Mary Alice Lane was chosen class advisor. When the Juniors went to the polls, Almon Rollins had the honor of being chosen president. Florence Strobel was electedvice- president and Frances Reno was elected secretary-treasurer. Evelyn Morast and Tommy George were chosen as delegates for the Student Council. Harley Hoagland is vice-president of the Student Council. After four weeks practice the Junior Class Play, "Seven- teen Is Terrific"i was presented on November 19th and 20th, with complete success under the direction of their sponsor, Miss Lane. In October their class rings were ordered. They were received by the proud Juniors in late January. Since the Juniors were successful in their attempts to earn money, a Junior-Senior prom was presented without any difficulty. With this we close another successful year at THS,hoping for the same fun and enjoyment as Seniors. 14 f 'V-V 'Y ' i-mH4-s1'-t-f-ee--- vs-no 'er :Y 'fg 'f"""""'9iiS-af'-f' ' - SUPHUIHUHES mf fff I 4 bg gui , 'Wh W N4 ff X5 9 7 A LBERT ANDERSON LAWRENCE BAILEY DENNIS BROWN C ALVIN FISHER DARLENE ASHLEY ELLEN BAILEY DELORES BODIN EARNEST BOND CAROL BRUBAKER JANE FORKER DELORES FISHER WRAY FREIBOTI-I 15 EDITH GAUB EVALENA GAUB DORCAS HESS GAYLE HICKMAN VERNON KAUL JAMES KNOPP GARY MARKS ROGER MEIDINGER 16 SHIRLEY GAUB ANN HOAGLAND KAY LARSEN GENE PEABODY ESTHH2 REIGLE IOY ANN ROGGE DENNIS ROSS I Sw' SHIRLEY SCHILLING DARLENE SOLLE RUTH STEPPER ' i f' ,'.' ff ., .gy -t E: O-w.,,E3 fi wNN E I ii ig, 'ig Mil, Q ju N N -,-: SIYS I NN Q A - I Q ' 3 -A , I V-" 2 DALE STROBEL BEVERLY SWEET GORDON SWEET SHIRLEY TENNANT LILLY MAE ULRICH NELDA VERWORN 17 SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY Thirty-three oflast year's freshmen returned August 31, to receive the title of sophomoreg a few enrolled later in the year. Those elected to represent our class for the student coun- cil were James Knopp and Carol Brubaker. The officers e- lected were: Dorcas Hess, Presidentg Ranier Freiboth, Vice Presidentg Evalena Gaub, Secretary-treasurer. Mr. Hursh was chosen as our class sponsor. Money was made selling refreshments at ball games and giving dances. Our first dance was Women-pay-all. Another was given in the spring. The sophomore class contributed players to both the foot- ball and basketball teams. We also had one member on the cheering squad for 1953-54 while the rest gave support. 18 - -"' '?"':?vpf Aff" ' ' W H 1: 'IIFYU' 'Y H7571 '1'G6r::.:a n-f:--u'A-Af--- FRESHIHEH VN i l i i, f l if 4ff N 1 v W' Vg 4' XX M! X X ff' XS f N1 XXX? fy' ,N ' X 'I ff W I 'ff i N ff iM' If f 2551? Ag,l UUUA4 uw Nfl ff, 91 fl, M 'Ninn '- LA RRY BA N RICHARD BRA NDER I ,, ' - . A wx 5 -ff 'I 11 I X- fffi lfff liq " ' ,- ff I . ,V ii , h Lg. :i m 5 'fl - ..f-Zips, QV. fi-fff 3 I -- wijffizilwii We--, Q- V, I I L, A. . W, , iii WILLA RD CARTER MARVIN DUFLOTH -- 7.1 1' s f1i:2i.El'f-, rf" 5'23iwgsviiiig,ini5213 ' - - ' SQ r fa-Ufff',f2g.w 29:16-11,1 . M .. A 1' .. TVIQSLJT Ibn SWF? 1 - - vQ:-. giifsfggwg -eg -Q 'ifffa 1-5 -f T ak, , 'f ., Vkj5115551'ia5:gi',SvgIl?imlf52525 .BSSQIH - ,wiv - gk 1- J "1 nik-wpffffwimw -.'S.f"'.. a if-'E 5"A,fzws1s3gg527' I .- A - 'Y "Y vli21 fQ42f ' K 1 A I x . DALE BICE DAVID BUCKINGHAM MIKE CLEVELAND JAMES FLOOD 19 MA UREEN BRADY IEANINE BUCKINGHA M MA BEL C OMER LUCILLE FLUSS ALBERT GAUB DONALD HOHNESSE DUANE HOSTERMAN HELMUT KRON Y . ,E si .Q , :L -5 I ALMEDA GAUB GARY GRAY ROSEMARIE HOLZWORTH ARTHUR HOST ERMAN JOSE JOHN SON ROBERT KRIEG MARION KUEHN CHARLES MONAGHAN 20 Ywwqfi- -......, . -.........-..-" -4.--vm... -..A A-1-W - , - wig 1. if W X In ' fin 1 ,gk ' f . 4 M A - 5- 'S 11 V an is DUANE MOARST IRENE REIGLE GERALDINE RENO ANNABELLE RLTTAL ELMER SPIDEL JACK TRASK CAROL SCHMIDT MONTE SMITH LARRY STEINMITZ KAREN ULRICH 21 FRITZ TENNANT HAROLD WAHL FRESHMAN CLASS HISTCRY The Freshmen started high school with Larry Ban as president, Lucille Fluss as vice president, Charles Monoghan as secretary-trea- surer, Annabelle Rittal and Jack Trask were Student Council representa- tives. The first activity of the year was introduction. There Marvin Du- floth and Maureen Brady gave a demonstration on what we were to wear for initiation. In general, the girls wore gunny sacks dyed green with boys field boots and carried a sign with Clark Gable on it. The boys wore a slip and girls make-up and a sign with Marilyn Monroe written on it. They both had "Frosh" written on their forehead. After 3 days of searching we did not find the pennant whichis purple with gold triming. Funeral services were held for our class on January 4. We sold refreshments at two basketball games and put on two dances. There are 37 students in our class. Miss Zelia Clymer was chosen as class sponsor. Geraldine Reno dressed in her initiation outfit. 22 ...,, Wm.. . ....+..... , -4. 4-.4....,, rt... .- .gn V V -' 4 14- Q Q1 1 it gps, RUSSELL C. BOLIN Superintendent ORVILLE L. LaROWE Principal Geometry Solid Geometry Social Orientation MARY A. LANE Bookkeeping, Office Practice, Ty- ping, Business Arithmetic, Short- hand KENNETH L. TAFT Band, Mixed Chorus CECIL LATTERELL Journalism, Biology. Chemistry, Speech ZELIA CLYMER Home Economics, English I,Physica1 Education ROBERT HURSH Shop, Mathematics. Algebra MARVIN CARLSON Coach, American History, Civics, World Geography, World History WILLIAM MOARST Janitor RUTH E. ODELL English I,II, Ill, IV Library HCTVITES M Q23 LETTER MAN CLUBz Front Row Left to Right: Ronald Cole. Don Lee, Dale Liles. Leroy Haidle, Pete Anderson. Mike Cleveland. Dennis Ross, Dale Hess Second Row: Willard Carter. Gene Peabody, Harley Hoagland. Almon Rollins. Arrhur Hosterman, Harvey Meidinger, Tommy George. Albert Anderson. Coach Carlson. Third Row: Gary Marks. Charlie Monaghan, Jim Knopp, Gary Laurence. Gordon Sweet, Melvin Bennett. Robert Martin, Billy Holzworth. 27 ,, .....,,.,.....,,., ..,.,, .Y , , Vw.. , , U, V A .... .M -.au First Row Left to Right: Marion Kuehn, Evalena Gaub, Margaret Hess, Frances Reno, Lucille F, H , , Fluss, Anna Kogele, Delores Opp, Adeline Morast. Second Row: Almeda Gaub, Carol Schimidt, Shirley Tennant, Dorcas Hess, Geraldine Reno, Ina Kuehn, Shirley Schilling, Verna Strobel, Evelyn Morast, Miss Clymer-Advisor, Third Row: Jean-ine Buckingham, Karen Ulrich, Maureen Brady, Jane Forker,Joy Ann Rogge, Delores Fischer, Mabel Comer, Florence Strobel. Not Pictured: Diane Lauer and Coral Brown, it Beverly Sweet Delores F1scher,Cora1 Brown Roger Merdrnger Ronald Hecker. Back Row: Advisor-Ruth O'dell, Kay Larson, Shirley Ten- nant, Odelta Tusler, Shirley Schilling, Diane Lauer, Ione Anderson, Frances Reno, Mabel Comer, Gordon Sweet. LI B First Row Left to Rightg' Dale Strobel, Carol Brubaker,.Gary Marks, 28 Front row left .to right: Annabelle Rittle, Ann Fankhauser, Dar- GI B lene Ashley, Ginger Fotland, Dorcas Hess, Vivian Clark, De- lores Fischer, Lily Mae Ulrich, Ellen Bailey. Second row: Ma- bel Comer, Delores Bodin, Ruth Stepper, Geraldine Reno, Frances Reno, Shirley Gaub, Margaret Hess, Darlene Solle, Mr. Taft. Third row: Meriam Schmidt, Rose Marie Holzworth, Delores Opp, Odelta Tusler, Charlotte Meissel, Edith Gaub, Carol Schmidt, Marion Kuehn, Nelda Verworn. B First Row Left to Right: Melvin Bennett, Ronald Cole, Elmer Spiedel, Gary Laurence, Gary Gray, David Buckingham, Helmut Kron. Second Row: Dennis Brown, Gordon Sweet, Larry Stien- mitz, Monte Smith, Robert Martin, Donald Christianson, Mr. Taft. Third Row: Jack Trask, Arthur Hosterman, Vernon Kaul, Lawerance Baily Jr., Roger Meidinger, Dale Bice, Harold Wahl, Richard Brandner. 29 BATON TWI RLERS 7- Front Row Left to right: Shirley Tennant, Carol Brubaker, Dorcas Hess, Shirley Gaub, Ione Anderson. Diane Lauer. Frances Reno. Jane Forker. Back Row: Advisor-Mr. Taft, Gene Peabody, Maureen, Brady, Delores Fischer, Vernon Kaul, Ronald Hecker, Roger Meidinger, Beverly Sweet, Darlene Solle, and Miss Lane-Advisor. CHEERLE DERS Left to right: Gene Peabody, Florence Strobel, Ioan Hoagland, Evelyn Morast. 30 AN First row left to right: Lynda Hubing, Ann Coulston, Donna Ross. Second row: Jane Forker, Geraldine Reno, Anna Kogele, Janice Strobel, Ann Hoagland. Bruce Buckingham. Myrna Smith. Evelyn Morast, Florence Stro- bel, Dianne Undem, Larry Ban, Charles Monoghan, Gayle Hickman, Leroy Haidle. Third row: Myrna Bru- baker, Gordon Buckingham, Jack Trask, Ginger Fotland, Ina Kuehn, Carol Brubaker. Harold Gaub, Harvey Meidinger. Jose Johnson, Kenneth Taft, Directory Judy Marks. Donald Christanson, John Carlsen, Karol Hauk. vuxtn cHoRus Front Row: Annabell Rittle, Deloras Opp, Darlene Solle, Ann Fankhauser, Delores Fisher. Darlene Ashley, Ginger Fotland, Dorcas Hess, Lilly Mae Ulrich, Geraldine Reno, Vivian Clark, Marian Kuehn, Ellen Bailey, Carol Schmidt. Second row: Rosemarie Holzworth, Delores Bodin. Ruth Stepper, Charlotte Missel, Odelta Tusler, Mabel Comer, Frances Reno, Shirley Gaub, Nelda Verworn, Edith Gaub, Art Hosterman, Gary Gray, Vernon Kaul, Richard Brandner, Harold Wahl. Mr. Taft. Back row: Dennis Brown. Gordon Sweet. Melvin Bennett, Larry Steinmetz, Roger Meidinger, Robert Martin, Ronald Cole. Gary Laurence, Monty Smith, Law- erence Bailey,Jr., Dale Bice, Elmer Spidel, David Buckingham. Helmut Kron, Donald Christinson, Jack Trask. 31 ,,v!""" Tu L Front Row Left to Right Leroy Haidle, Harley Hoagland, Annabe11Ritt1e, Ev- elyn Morast, Diane Lauer, Mr. La Rowe- Advisor, Back Row James Knopp, Carol Brubaker, Tommy George, Dale Liles, Jack Trask. L Lee Hubing, Chairman, Lester Vamer, David Covert, Lester Jens, Albert Strobel, Walter Johnson, Clerk. 32 up As. Q--w-.....,,., W---v......., Front row left to rrght Margaret Hess, Coral Brown, Meriam sclrmicir. Secondrow. Ronald Cole, Leroy Haidle, Dale Liles, Miss Lane, Odelta Tusler, Edith Gaub, Mr. Latterell, Diane Lauer, Viola Berreth, lone Anderson, Joan Hoagland. F. r.,r.,, .-.W..i, at 5 , L. TERRIER STAFF Front row left to right. Coral Brown, Diane Lauer. Second row. Ronald Cole, Leroy Haidle, Dale Liles, Mr. Latterell, Margaret Hess, Odelta Tusler, Viola Berreth, Joan Hoagland, lone Anderson, Meriam Schmidt. 33 General Nuisance Partnership Affair Mighty Tasty Pipe What We Need is a Pillow I Want My Pipe What's This HOBO DAY The Student Council sponsored a Hobo Day and Dance for the students and faculty of THS on Febru- ary 26, 1954. The day was declared a huge success as almost all of the students as well as the faculty members participated in the fun, attired in crazy and hil- larious costume- -even to corn cob pipes that scent- ed up the halls. The coun.cil members served punch and cookies at the dance in the evening and all Hobo's danced and had a good time. Bummin' Around The Knees Are Wearin Out I Didn't Mean It Dotty--Honest Lookin' For A Hand Out 34 JUNIOR CLASS PLAY The Junior Class presented their class play "Seventeen Is Terr1f1c" Novem ber 19 and 20. Miss Mary Alice Lane directed the three act comedy The play involved a small matter of Chuck Allenby raising S5 00 to take his girl, Ginny Grant, to the spring dance. All the trials and tribulations that Chuck went through to get and keep the money presented a very trying and discouraging situation. Cast of Characters: CHUCK ALLENBY . . . TOM GEORGE MR. ALLENBY GINNY GRANT HUGO .IARVIS . GRANDMA . . . THE MAID . . GEORGE . . . BILLY . . . . PATSY . . . . .IANIE . . . . . . . . KENNY HUGHES . . EVELYN MORAST . . . . .HAROLD GAUB . . . FRANCES RENO . . . . . INA KUEHN . MELVIN BENNETT . . CLEMENS MORAST . . ADELINE MORAST FLORENCE STROBEL BARBIE . . . . . . VERNA STROBEL NANCY..... . . GINGER FOT LAND 35 Serious business Baseball player? Good Moming? Making an impression? Foul Mood Zombies Mr. Bo1in's ice follies The jerk--er, soda jerk Look what teaching did :v,0'u0zg:-x'- Vat's dis?? Man shortage Picture of innocence Helping hand? Not Mary, Don Lee I'sa bad boy We're camera shy Da--tall ain't he? What forml ?l OUTSTANDING SENIOR ATHLETE I GLENN MOR.AST Basketball l,2,3,4, Captain 45 Member of Championship team 1,2g Member of Second Place team 3: Forward lst District team 43 Forward 2nd District team 35 Football l,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4, 953 BABE RUTH A ARD In 1950 the Terry Lions Club purchased a trophy which is en- graved each year with the name of the boy whom they choose as 'Outstanding Senior Athlete." Glenn Morast was chosen for 1953. Terry High School has been participating, for the past two years, in a sportsmanship program which each year re- cognizes two members of the senior class in this school for their outstanding contributions to the development of good sportsmanship and fair play. Each year the faculty and all members of the Student Council, except seniors, select the ones to receive the award. Merry Rogge and Gary Rogers received the awards for 1953 for their cooperation in school activities. 37 ,., -- ..., ,r.4........ -mm... ----..........,..........,...................4.. t. - -Eek! A dictionary! Ze pot 'o gold -Canapop?? -Sleeping beauty 2 Flying saucers? They're sisters. too! -The sampler H--Faculty Fumblers I--Purty boy Anderson I--Faculty Bums K - - Another victory L--Gettin' in practice M- - Thrilled, Flo? T FOOTBALL Football Team: First Row Left to Right: Art Hosterman. Charlie Monaghan. Dale Liles. Dale Hess, Ronald Gole, Larry Stienmitz. Almon Rollins. Second Row: Albert Anderson, Leroy Haidle, Pete Anderson, Mike Cleveland. Dennis Ross. Tommy George. Willard Carter. Coach Carlson. Third Row: Gordon Sweet, Don Lee, Gary Laur- ence, Jose Johnson, Fritz Tennant. Harly Hoagland, Bill Herrington. Hess scores another one. Terry charging around the end. Terriers plunge as Plevna kicks. 39 The Terriers made a total of 208 points while their opponents made only 94. Terriers finished in 2nd place in the Sub District. A gold trophy was awarded to the school. Leroy Haidle was nominated Captain of the 1953 squad. His outstanding clutch play and field generalship helped in the winning of many games this fall. Coach Carlson's 1953 football squad had a reasonably successful season with a total of 4 wins and 2 losses. This was the first year Terry has had six man football since the fall of '48. The first game of the season started out with a heart-breaker, Terry lost 26- 25 with Hysham pushing over two TDs in the 4th quarter to overtake our 18-6 lead at half time. Our second game was with Wibaux with our fellows playing one of their finest games, with Haidle going over for three touchdowns and Lee run- ning one for 75 yards. The score ended 26-O. Terry Terriers again proved stiff competition by trouncing Plevna 46-19 with all of the Terry players seeing action. Ekalaka showed their power by running over Terry 37-14 which was to be the deciding game in Conference Standing. Ekalaka went on to take the eastern Division class C Six man football title. Ter- riers bounced back to win over State School and Broadus score being 58-12 and 39-0 respectives. Cleveland bowls his way over Two on one is Nigger fun Touchdown called back on clipping penalty Run, man, run Block that kick Look out, Mike, there is somebody behind you 40 ,...-...,,.-.,,4,.-.s-1 4.5.-M. vbfp- ...4.., ., -...... ,.,..... .,.. ........ .-.,.. -...,.,.. ... ASKETB LL First Row: Left to Right Willard Carter, Ronald Cole, Leroy Haidle, Donnie Lee, Dennis Ross, Mike Cleveland, Tommy George, Almon Rollins, Harley Hoagland. Second Row: Left to Right. Gordon Sweet, Larry Steinmetz, Gary Gray, Gary Laurence, Dale Hess, James Knopp, Duane Moarst, Wray Freiboth, Harold Gaub, Mr. Carlson. Top Row: Left to Right Gene Peabody, Jack Trask, Charles Monoghan, Albert Anderson, Abraham Tennant, Bill Herrington, Gary Marks, Harold Wahl, Robert Krieg. Mike gets the tip. 41 The 1953-1954 basketball season was a successful one as the Terriers had a 18-8 season record and placed third in conference play with a record of 10-4. The Terriers placed second in the District Tourney, being defeated by Ekalaka after defeating them twice in con- ference play. The Terriers went on to take fourth in the Divisional Tourney being downed twice by Savage who placed second. Dennis Ross. a sophomore was selected on the all district first team as forward: Tom George received a choice for forward on the second tearng both boys received honorable mention last year. Don Lee received honorable mention also. Tom George led the Terriers in scoring, totaling 309 points or an average of 12.4 points per game. Mike Cleveland was second highest witha total of30O points and an average of 12 points a game. Don Lee finished with 261 and Den- nis Ross connected for 244 points. Leroy Haidle copped 144. 1953-1954 SCI-IEDULE Terry 72 Jordan Terry 41 Plevna 64 Terry 54 Broadus Terry 76 Sacred Heart 47 Terry 63 S. I. S. Terry 48 Broadus 64 Terry 67 Jordon Terry 57 Ekalaka 56 Terry 57 Ekalaka Terry 49 Plevna 62 Terry 55 Sacred Heart Terry 54 Wibaux 40 Terry 32 Belfry Terry 46 Hysham 36 Terry 32 Wibaux Terry 69 Sacred Heart 47 Terry 51 S, I, S, Terry 61 Circle 53 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT DIVISIONAL TOURNAMENT Terry 70 Broadus Terry 58 Savage 71 Terry 58 Plevna Terry 52 Harlem 48 Terry 38 Ekalaka Terry 63 Ekalaka 53 Terry 49 Savage 55 CO-CAPTAIN DON LEE CO-CAPTAIN LEROY I-IAIDLE TOM GEORGE DENNIS ROSS MIKE CLEVELAND WRAY FREIBOTH ROBERT MARTIN JIM KNOPP RONALD COLE HAROLD GAUB SCHOOL CALENDAR 'Aug. 31 Swimming. Diz? Sept, 4 8 10-11 11 11 11 13 14 Oct. 5 6 '11 13 29-30 Starrled? Nov. 6 10 19-20 23 26-27 Dec.3-11 4 5 10 11 16 18 23 Rehearsal AUGUST School opened SEPTEMBER Class elections Freshmen Introductions Frosh Initiation Election of cheerleaders Beginning of football season Freshman Mixer Faculty-School Board Picnic Publication staff elections OCTOBER FHA Election ' National Assembly Make Up Artist FHA Convention Sophomore Class WPA Party MEA Convention NOVEMBER Freshman Class Barn Dance Pictures taken Junior Class Play, "Seventeen is Ter rific" National Assembly Indian Dancers Thanksgiving Vacation DECEMBER Prairian Sales Contest Basketball season opened FHA Winter Formal Amateur Hour Presentation of Frosh pennant to Sen- are Christmas Program Freshman Class declared dead Christmas Vacation began What's the matter. Don? Break it up. break it up! Windy people! I ! Human H868 Star gaze: 43 --V A-A.-.,..... ..:.. .,,, - Y ' A 1 - -1 - ,.t. JANUARY 4 School reopened 4 Frosh Funeral 15 Semester Exams 18 National Assembly Clown FEBRUARY 5 National As s embly No velier s 9 Faculty-School Board Valentine Party Z0 Dist. 4 Class "C" Basketball Tour - nament 26 Hobo Day MARCH Mar 4 6 Divisional Basket- ball Tournament 18 Z0 State Basketball Tournament APRIL 10 Music Festival in Glendive 30 High School Week 'P ? All School Picnic ? Senior Skip Day MAY 1 High School Week 8 Junior-Senior Prom 4 Class Night 16 Baccalaureate 4-4 1 ease-W 4. A.. 1 ' :--N'---M HD HG W Z 7 P 4 Fox Cleaners J. B. Body Shop Shore's Quality and Service Phone i387 Arrow Shins Free Moth Proofing of all Garments 'll5 South 6th St. 3 hour Service Miles City, Montana 20 South 7th Frame Straightening Miles City, Montana oA2?:leni Miles City Montana Milligan and Miles Howard Hotels Phone i200 Fine Portraits Coffrin Studio Miles City Montana Miles CllYf MOUTGFIG Bison Bar and Cafe "A Friendly Place Where Friends Meet." Phone 212 Miles City, Montana Miles CNY Svdfllefr' COMPGHY Furniture-Carpets-Appliances Coggshall Saddles Koch Furniture Miles CNY, MOMUUU Glendive, Montana Charles M. Hatch Krause One-Way and Graham Home Plows F. W. Woolworth Company . C0 '1 ', Case Farm Machmery was Your Family Shopping Center Studebaker Cars - Trucks - Pickups 5' ,Q -r ,f ' ff K- Firestone Tires 1 523 if A ' Miles City, Montana Miles City, Montana Brenner Drug Phone 79 A Zenith Hearing Aids Camera Supplies Whitman Candy - Prescriptions Your Friendly Rexall Druggist Glendive Montana DIQN'S BROST'S GROCERY MEN'5 STORE We Have Everyday Low Prices U-SAVE FOOD STORE GLENDIVE, MONTANA E. M. Brost - Manager The Latest and Best in Men's Wear Glendive Montana LOVE MOTOR COMPANY E DR. J. O. BROWN VOTI w T J D I S EUUIBMD 'I F a ea ers WN or DEN1-IST Services " ' . N Lincoln Sales W LL-TQ4. E '7 Mercury 'Q' 218 W. Bell Street r 0 ,lj N T X Glendive Montana Miles City V Montana BEACON CARTER SERVICE R. D. SHIPLEY "Serving the Motorist 24 Hours Per Day" GASOLlNE - OIL --TIRES - PROPANE Miles City Montana BOOTERY Shoes fitted by X-Ray YOUR FAMILY STORE Glenclive Montana Outfitters For the Entire Family Vaughn 8. Ragsdale Co. Mi les City, Montana SUPER VALUE Better Buys Glendive Montana TEN CENT BEN FRANKLIN STORE REXALL DRUGSTORE The Wonder Store Everything in Medicine I5 So. 6th Street Miles City Montana Miles City Montana -Y-1...-. .-.a-. ....,. s........ i . A -A-----'- ff- - I LISLE HAWKINS XI IU, I STAR PRINTING co. X ,Q .IEWELERS GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES MONTANA MILES CI-I-Y SIDNEY MILES CITY MONTANA CONGRA TULA TIONS Drugs - Cameras - Fountaine - School Supplies CLASS OF 54 I nl' SPORT CENTER FOSTER DRUG STORE ff. . 8, MEI-O DY Eastern Montancfs Most Interesting Store N. , I J. 'X I:5:lf WRIT MILES CITY MONTANA Mues City 'J' Mmm LARRY'S CAFE PARK STANDARD SERVICE 'When in Terry eat with Laffyv Clarence Richardson Highway No. IO Telephone 46 0 sl 0 to Prompt, Courteous Service wners pero rs Nina Ss Larry Forker Miles CNY Montana WCW' Had"2Y QCCIDENT ELEVATOR co. Optometrist H. R. "Moe" Carlson Miles City Montana A Mdndger Eyes Examined DEALERS IN Glasses Prescribed seeds Feeds Insecticides Flours Coal Grains Next to Ingham Hotel Phone I230 Terry Montana A Friendly Hotel METROPOLITAN CLARKS FURNITURE With Excellent Service CAFE Serving the Congratulations OLIVE HOTEL Greyhound Lines Class of n54u Miles City Montana Miles City Montana MJEIZEIZY 208 Main phone 128 KEMPTON HOTEL COMPUMENTS OF We've Served the Public Since 1914 Rooms Apartments Cabins Greyhound Bus Depot BARKEMA JEWELRY Martha Kempton, Manager Terry, Montana Gledive Montana TU RNBLI LL CHEVROLET COMPANY 0. K. Used Cars Chevrolet Sales Sr Service Phone 'I3 Terry, Montana LOG CABIN CAFE Where the gang goes at Tournament Time Mi le City Montana SMlTH'S BOOTERY "Your Family Store" Fine Quality Shoes Miles City, Montana FULLERTON LUMBER VARNER at DOCKSTADER INGHAM HOTEL Ewing Memo, Roofing Gas 8m Electric Welding 'Where You Will Meet i'f,:'f,iI,f,':' Right Lathe Work Your Friends" Phone 36-J Terry Montana Miles City Montana Philip Volk, Manager Terry, Montana .., ,Y -.-.4.....,- HY. xx Qnfc AMERICAN LEGION CLUB TERRY DRY CLEANERS x A ' "I, S + L v 1 . . Praurle Post No. 32 Quamy Dry Cleaning : Q fy : Delivery Service Qq Q Philip Volk Commander V, 6GlOxgx Dale Haines Adiutant Phone ll-R ,'lI IAN Harold Brubaker Finance Officer Leslie and Florence Yarger CONTINENTAL BULK CONGRATULATIONS AGENT Graduating Class of '54 L. G. "Buzzy" Lund LARRY SHIPP, JEWELER SSJ- Phone-57M Terry Montana "We Teach Your Watch To Tell The Truth" R 8. l'l LILES STANDARD CONGRATULATIONS TO THE LUCKER PLANT SERVICE CLASS OF '54 Meds Norge Home Appliances J' F' REGAN AND SONS Frozen Foods Eos washers y Plumbing and Heating Zenith Radios Floyd Revell A. J. Hickey Standard Oil Products Miles City Montana Glendive, Montana RANGE RIDERS Cafe 8. Grill BROST'S CLOTHING STORE Latest Styles -4 Lowest Prices Fine Foods Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes Nmiomny Known For the Entire Family Hurry 8. Lydia Brest Miles City Montana DIAMOND MOTEL Completely Modem "For Your Comfort" Mr. 8. Mrs. John Trask, Owners Terry, Montana ..................,.,......r L.......L...+-......rtu.1...4a.L.........,..-......-...,..,.,.... ....,,, E .,,,. 1.,,,..,.,,...,..,..m GAMBLES Hardware Furniture Appliances YOUR FRIENDLY STORE Leigh Sherman Phone l42 BEN FRANKLIN The Wonder Store I5 South 6th Street Mi les City Montana DELLA'S SHOP "Where smartness is not costly" Mi les City Montana BOUTELLE'S Pontiac - CMC - Cadillac Sales and Service Mi les City, Montana FRETTE IMPLEMENT John Deere Sales and Service WOODY SHOE SHOP EXCHANGE STATE BANK Students Start a Savings Shoe Repair Account Capitol and Surplus TerrY Montana . . S200,000 Miles Clty Montana Glendive Montana CONGRATULATIONS TO THE INC, GRADUATING CLASS OF TRADING co. 1954 Gas - Oil - Grease Tires - Tubes - Batteries 906 Mum St' GRANTS Dan Young - Manager 607 Main Phone 20 Terry Miles CNY Montana Miles City Montana AN D E RS ON ' S READY-TO-WEAR "The Friendly Store" DRY GOODS MEN'S 81 BOYS' CLOTHING NATIONAL BRANDS For the GLENDIVE Shm Entire '-"gms MILES CITY Phone I2 FUNNY Phone 74 , -,,.. . s.. ...., . ..- ' --:E . .-4,-sem -fa: Au-p-.,-.,-I-., MARSHALL-WELLS Where your dollar buys more Hardware - Furniture CON GRA TULA TI ONS FROM SOLLE WILLYS AND IMPLEMENT CO. Ferguson Tractors Cars, Jeeps Appliances And Farm Equipment And Pickups Glendgve wr-'func Across From Northern Pacific Depot Miles City, Montana CONGRATULATIONS C 8. H SURPLUS STORE CLASS OF ,,54,, MILES CITY QUALITY FOR LESS Miles City Montana TERRY PLUMBING SHOP Crane-Briggs Plumbing Fixtures Burlcs Water System Republic Steel Kitchens Wm. L. Ganson, Owner STEAM LAUNDRY Pick up and Delivery Phone 5 Mi les City Montana MONTANA-DAKOTA LlTILlTIES-C0 CATE TIRE STORE Tires - Recapping Tubes - Batteries Farm Services Miles City Montana Hot Point Appliances I7 South 61h .Ioe Mende Manager Phone 921 STROKES 81 STRATTON A RENWICK TORGESON Put Your Best Foot Forward DRUG TORE - JEWELERS S Trade G, "Your Prescription Druggists" 5 North 8th Franlc's Miles City Npnfqnq 720 Main Phone lOl Miles City Montana Miles City Montana STATE BANK OF TERRY Be sure of your future Start your savings account now. TERRY TRUCK ANDERSON'S and y y The Friendly Store IMPLEMENT COMPANY International Trucks NATIONAL BRANDS Clothing For The Entire Family Phone 74 Compliments of KARL JOHNSON, CO. Farmall Tractors Miles City, Montana Miles CIIY MOFITGDG TERRY SUPER VALU Delivery Service Quality Groceries Finest Meats Every Day Low Prices Archie F. Buckingham E. Glen Johnston I SANITARY DAIRY Phone H61 SALES ssnvlcss Fo' Fm De'i"'Y QMODERN Mncmnsnvj W W T I Miles City Montana FALKENSTERN TMPLEMENT CO. , 600 BAR 8. CAFE Good Food Good Drinks Your Friends Come Here Miles City Montana HAILSIG SHOE SHOP SEVENTH AND MAIN STS. MILES CITY MONTANA W. A. MITCHELL AGENCY The Agency of Service Insurance and Real Estate Miles City Montana ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC. Electricity for Every Farm Z7fIE7'3' , Always First Quality Miles City and Glendive, Montana L, . .,4..-- ----A- --A w I I HAINES MOTOR CO. Sales and Service TAVERN 8 CAFE "Bring Your FORD Back Home" Where You Are Always Welcome The Best In Drinks Terry, Montana . Roy H. Rogers Manager r Y, f,,-s'9Yww1R, MILLIGAN BEAUTY SHOP 5? FLORIST rx Flowers for all Occasions Donna Allman' Manager Qfllirlnwwg Flower Shop Greenhouses Phone l37'360 Miles City Montana l0l3 Main Street, Miles City, Montana CARTER SERVICE STATION Carter Products CLARKE CGNSTRLICTION Trucking - Freighting Excavating - Fence Posts General Hauling 8. Lignite Coal Dependable Service Frank Pislt - Retail Agent h d M Walter Ehman - Wholesale Agent Terry P ones 71 an 155 Montana WEAGLE IMPLEMENT COMPANY Massey Harris Tractor "We Service Everything We Sell" JAMES KEMPTON Will Do Finish Carpentry or Cabinet Work For You GAMBLE5 TOMALINO'S RCA Magnavox Gate City Electric Appliances - Hardware F Popular or Unusual - A We Have It Glendive Montana I Miles City Montana .....-,,...,..,... ..l,..,,. ..., ...... ... .,... .. ......,...,.......,...,,....- .. ., YELLOWSTONE BAR KARL JOHNSONS REYMAN HARDWARE and CAFE Cl h f h F I Furniture - Dishes - Hardware ot es or t e ami y The Best Foods and Drinks Poll-Parrot Shoes Mt' 8' Mrs' Earl Reyman, Mr. 81 Mrs. Paul Turnqulst IN THE WEST Mr. 8m Mrs. Charlie Motsiff Miles City Montana OWNERS Camera Supplies Prescriptions Cosmetics Whitman's Chocolates Magazines Soda Fountain N. G. Coulston, Prop. Phone 9 FEDERATED STORE CLOTHING Glendive Montana Everything For Your Plumbing, Heating 8, Appliance DOYLE'S THE TERRY TRIBUNE Advertising - Printing Office Equipment -Supplies CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1954 Authorized General Electric Home Appliance Dealer I8 No. 8th Phone I7O MINT BAR Dennis Hiorth, Bartender Paul Gauther, Proprietor Miles City, Montana Fo' lon Montana YELLOWSTONE BARBER SHOP Haircuts and Shaves Roy Marks and Harry Odegard .M ,...,,..... -.-........Y-. . .--4--f :Ivana--f -1 A F. T. REYNOLDS CO. Groceries .- Meats .. Flour - Feed Dry Goods - Notions Men's Work Clothes T Terry Montana ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY Phone 26 Clothing For Entire Family MII-ES CITY MOTOR XV Washing Greasing Chevrolet Buick Miles City Montana Sales 8. Service MARVIN I'I.IORTI'I, PROP. 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