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Another year at Terry High School . . . A thousand memories . . .
Gaiety and laughter . . . Hours bent over books . . . Cramming for
Finals . . . Evenings of dancing . . . Going to ball games . . . Another
year past . . . A milestone in all lives.
This annual was published with the hope that it will help you re-
call some of the eventful happenings of the past year.
We hope you will enjoy reading it as much as we enjoyed editing
Mro and Mrs Ivan mn
The Prairian staff proudly dedicates this yearbook to the parents,
realizing that without their helpful guidance throughout the school
yearsg we the students would not have accomplished the high standard
of learning that we are achieving. The parents richly deserve the
respect of the teachers and students for their aid and interest in the
school and its functions.
Seniors . . .
Juniors . . .
Faculty . . .
"I'rn like rouge, I stick to women."
Terrier Staff 45 Prairian Staff 45
l.ettermen's Club 45 Band 1,25
Football 3,45 "Absolutely Murder"
35 Class President 1,2,3,4.
"Pee Wee, like all gooa women,
had a temper of her own."
Gi.r1's Glee Club 2,3,45 Mixed
Chorus 2,3,45 Terrier Staff 45 Pra-
irian Staff 45 Library Club 3,45
FHA l,3,45 FHA Reporter 35 Pep
Club 2,3,45 Minstrel Show 35 "Ab-
solutely M1n'der" 3.
"There's a lot of noise behind that
seemingly quiet exterior."
Lettermen's Club 1,2 ,3 ,45 Football
2,3 ,45 Basketball "B" Squad 2,45
Track 25 Baseball 25 Football and
Basketball Manager 1.
"In storm and sunshine she keeps
an even temperature."
Girl's Glee Club 3,45 Mixed Cho-
rus 3,45 Library Club 45 Minstrel
Show 3. Transferred from Dickin-
son, North Dakota 3.
"l'm not afraid of anything unless
it's a woman."
"Thy modesty is a candle to thy
Student Council 3 5 Library Club 3,
45 FHA 1,3 ,45 FHA Parliamentarian
1, Reporter 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Pep
Club Secretary Treasurer 3,45 Ab-
solutely Murder 35 Girl's State Al-
ternate 35 C125 Vice-President.
"He thinks before he speaks."
Boy's Glee Club 2,35 Mixed Cho-
rus 2,35 Pep Club 15 Lettermen's
Club 45 Football 45 Minstrel Show
"I have no makings, no argumentsg
I witness and wait."
Girl's Glee Club 2,3,45 Mixed
Chorus 2,3 ,45 FHA 1,3 ,45 Pep Club
3,45 Library Club 35 Minstrel Show
3 5 Absolutely Murder 35
"To talk is silver, silence is gol-
Terrier Staff 45 Terrier Editor 45
Prairian Staff 45 Prairian Editor 45
Lettermen's Club 45 Football 45
Boys State 35 Class Vice President
45 Class Parliamentarian 2.
"Variety is the spice in life and
I'm one variety."
Girl's Glee Club l,2,3,45 Pep Club
2,3,45 Mixed Chorus l,2,3,45 Li-
brary Club 3,45 Terrier Staff 45
Prairian Staff 45 Pep Club Presi-
dent 45 Minstrel Show 1,35 "Ab-
solutely Murder 35 Girl's State 35
FI-LA l,3,45 FHA Historian 15 FHA
Vice President 35 FHA Parlimen-
"I'll flip5 heads, a show5 tails, a
dance5 on the edge, I'll study."
Terrier Staff 45 Prairian Staff 45
FHA Snow King 35 Lettermen's
Club 1,2,3,45 Football 3,45 Basket-
ball "B" Squad 2,35 Track 3,45
Baseball 25 Boy's State 35 Class
Vice President-35 Class Sec.
Treasurer 45 Basketball and Foot-
ball Manager 152.
"A girl with a smile is a girl worth
Girl's Glee Club l,2,3,45 Mixed
Chorus 1,2,3,45 Terrier Staff 45
Prairian Staff 45 Prairian Assistant
Editor 45 Library Club 3,45 Library
Club Vice President 45 FHA 1,2,3,
45 Pep Club 3,45 Pep Band 3,45 Pep
Band Secretary 45 Pep Band Vice
President 35 Band 1,2,3,45 Minstrel
Show 1,35 Variety Show 25 Triple
Trio 25 Sweet Sixteen 35 Girls
State Alternate 3 5 "Absolutely
Murder" 35 Journalism Class Sec-
"He can smile and smile and still
be a villian."
Boy's Glee Club l,2,3,45 Mixed
Chorus l,2,3,45 Terrier Staff 45
Prairian Staff 45 Student Council
1,45 Twirlers 1,25 Pep Club 253,45
Lettermen's Club 3,45 Football 3,
45 Track 2,35 Minstrel Show 1,35
Variety Show 2 5 "Absolutely Mur-
"A life is no life at all without de
Girl's Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Mixed
Chorus 1,2,3,45 Student Council 1
Library Club 3,45 Library Club
President 45 Homecoming Queen
45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Minstrel Show
1,35 "Absolutely Murder" 35 Class
Sec. Treasurer 2
"One woman is more than enough
for any man."
Terrier Staff 45 Prairian Staff 45
Student Council 3 5 Lettermen's
Club l,2,3,45 Letterrnen's Club
President 45 Band 1,2,35 Pep Band
35 Football 1,2,3,45 Football Co-
Captain 45 Baseball 15 Basketball
"B" S ad 1 2 Minstrel Show 1 3
qu' I . 3 .
Variety Show 2 5 Boy's State Alter:-
nate 3 5 Class Vice President 2 5
Class Sec. Treasurer 1.
"Troub1e never bothers me, I sim-
ply smile and let it be."
Girl's Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Mixed
Chorus 1,2,3,45 Terrier Staff 45
Prairian Staff 45 Student Council
2,45 Library Club 3,45 FHA 1,2,3,
45 FHA Song Leader 1,45 FHA Sec
Treasurer 25 FHA President 3 5 Pep
Club 2,3,45 Pep Club Vice Presi-
dent 45 Minstrel Show 1,35 "Abso-
lutely Murder" 35 Girl's State 35
"He couldn't be still if he would
and wou1dn't be still if he
Terrier Staif 45 Prairian Staff 45
Student Council 2,3 ,45 Student
Council Vice-President 3, Presi-
dent 45 Lettermen's Club 3,45
Football 3,45 Basketball "A" Squad
2 ,3 ,45 Basketball "B" Squad 15
Track 3,45 Baseball 25 "Absolutely
Murder" 35 Mas'ters of Ceremony
"Slow but sure, she'll win the
Gir1's Glee Club 2,3 ,45 Mixed
Chorus 2,3 ,45 Library Club 45 FHA
1,35 Pep Club 2,45 Minstrel Show
35 "Absolutely Murder" 3.
"A quiet man but quite a man."
Boy's Glee Club 15 Mixed Chorus
15 Terrier Staff 45 Prairian Staff 45
Student Council 15 Lettermen's
Club 3,45 Band 1,25 Football 2,3,45
Basketball "B" Squad 1,25 Minstrel
Show 15 Variety Show 25 "Absol-
utely Murder" 35 Boy's State A1-
"Love is like the measles, we all
have to go through it."
Lettermen's Club 3,45 Lettermen's
Secretary-Treasurer 45 Football 3,
45 Football Co-Captain 45 Basket-
ball "A" Squad 2,3,45 Basketball
"B" Squad 15 Track 3,45 "Absol-
utely Murder 35
In the fall of '53, 37 timid and frightened, but intelligent Freshmen registered in Terry High School. We suf-
fered through introduction and initiation, and then were guests of honor at the Freshman Mixer. Larry Ban was
chosen as class president, a position he was to hold all four years of high school. Miss Zelia Clymer was cho-
sen as class sponsor, Lucille Fluss as vice-president, Charles Monaghan as secretary-treasurer, and Annabelle
Rittal and Jack Trask as student council representatives.
We failed to find our purple and gold pennant, so we were declared a dead class, and an appropriate funeral
was held, with the seniors officiating.
We sold refreshments and put on two dances to increase our financial status.
In our sophomore year, 29 veterans returned and a very uneventful year passed by. Larry Ban was chosen pre-
sident, Charles Monaghan, vice-president, Annabelle Rittal, secretary-treasurer, and Carol Schmidt and Duane
Morast as student council representatives, and Alice Youngquist as class sponsor,
We made money by selling at football and basketball games and putting on dances.
In '55, we at last became "almighty upperclassmen", and after choosing our class officers, we became in-
volved in putting on our class play. "Absolutely Murder" was presented on November 30 and December l,
with huge success. In the spring our lxom was held, the theme "Hawaiian Enchantment" was chosen.
Twenty-four Juniors backed Lucille Fluss when she was chosen as candidate for Homecoming Queen, and she
In our senior year, 20 students remained, and we put the poor Freshmen through the rigors of initiation and
Mr. Mosbrucker was chosen as class sponsor, Larry Ban as president 5 Don Hohensee, vice-president, Robert
Krieg, secretary-treasurer. Annabelle Rittal was elected Homecoming Queen this year.
During November we were kept busy by having our pictures taken, ordering our annoimcements and sending
for our caps and gowns.
In the early part of December we sponsored an Amateur Hour which was a big success. The rest of the year
was spent in our various activities including our senior play, sneak day, and last but not least, Baccalaureate
We, the most honored, glorious, ambitious, dignified, studious, elegant, supreme, and master minded seniors
of Terry High School, City of Terry, County of Prairie, State of Montana, United States of America, of the
planet Earth of the Universe, class of 1957, being of sound mind and body do here by decree this to be our
last will and testament.
To the school as a whole, we leave our good looks, manners and wonderful personalities along with our mis-
To the class:
First to the Juniors, we bequeath the two rows of seats on the north also our sense of responsiblity, extra-
ordinary intelligence, and integrity, hoping that it will make an improvement.
To the Sophomores who will soon be upperclassmen, we leave our ability to meet all extraordinary circum-
stances with cool thinking and good judgement.
To the Freshmen, we leave our hea.rtiest wishes for a happy high school life.
As individuals we leave the following:
Larry Ban . . . wills his ways with the girls to Eddie Eaton.
Jeanine Buckingham . . . wills her laugh to Ramona Kaul, try smiling Moni.
Willard Carter . . . wills his heighth to Arthur Anderson.
Irene Dukart . . . wills her shy smiles to Ann Coulston.
Marvin Dufloth . . . wills his quiet ways to Kenny Bolin.
Lucille Fluss . . . wills her femininity to Della Ross.
Albert Gaub . . . wills his safe driving ability to Larry Jens.
Almeda Gaub . . . wills her job at "Archie's" to anyone who can keep dissatisfied customers happy.
Donald Hohensee . . . wills ambition and intelligence to anyone who has the brain capacity for it.
Marian Kuehn . . . wills her idiosyncrasies to Donna Ross.
Vernon Kaul . . . wills his wolfish ways to any Freshmen that thinks he needs them.
Geraldine Reno . . . wills her swimming ability to anyone who doesn't know how.
Robert Krieg . . . leaves the high school in a state of violent turmoil.
Annabelle Rittal . . . leaves her seat to Fritz, who was in it most of the time anyway.
Charles Monaghan . . . leaves to join Evalena.
Carol Schmidt . . . wills the SCHMIDT Sl-IANTY to her twin sisters, hoping that they will take better care of
Duane Morast . . . leaves with his numerous wise cracks still echoing in the halls.
Karen Ulrich . . . wills her closet full of clothes to anyone who has hangers enough to hang them on.
Jack Trask . . . wills his football ability to Larry Chapman.
Harold Wahl . . . doesn't leave anything, he takes it all with him.
While on my vacation last year, the first in yearsg I, Geraldine Reno, was zooming through a little
town in Montana and happened to run over a man who was chasing a pretty teacher. As soon as I had
screeched to a stop I heard a siren in the distance. Looking around I found Robert Krieg, new marshall
of Terry, helping the poor man to his feet. To my surprise and amazement the man happened to be
Mr. William Mosbrucker, former class sponsor of the class of 1957, up to his old tricks again. "Wi1ly"
happened to be uninjured and we soon fell to discussing our former days together. He then took me on
a tour of Prairie County, and much to my amazement I found all of my classmates not so peaceful, but
very prosperous. First I spied Marvin Dufloth, on a farm, crawling out from under a chicken brooder:
he had always wanted to be a mechanic. He told me to go down the road a piece where I would find
a shiny new school house with two of my classmates in attendance. Guess who? It was none other
than Carol Schmidt, superintendent, and Jeanine Buckingham, history teacher. In addition to the new
school there was an added attraction, an infirmary in which I found Lucille Fluss and Irene Dukart,
now-fledged RNs, wiping noses and giving shots to their poor unsuspecting victims. At a farm thirty
miles down the road I found Vernon Kaul, God's gift to women?, surrounded by them. You can say
that again: he is the proud father of seven daughters. I was running low on gas and decided to re-
turn to town. I cruised into the Conoco and there I found Charles Monaghan sitting on the hydraulic
lift dangling his feet and giving orders. He was very surprised to see me and told me where I could
find some more of my chums. I trotted over to the Super Valu where I spied Almeda Gaub working as
checkout girl. She had advanced from the vegatable department and was enjoying it immensely. I
then strolled half a block to the Reynolds store and inquired as to where my friend Marian Kuehn hung
out. I was astounded to find she was a social worker in Africa, instead of working in the grocery de-
Saturday night I burned up the road to the Larry Ban Ranch, 15 miles west of town and was just in
time to catch him and his family leaving for a basketball game at the Terry High School. I jumped
in with them and we were off, careening down the road at 90 per. We arrived safely at the school,
where Duane Morast was coaching the Terry Underdogs. On the team I recognized two playersg Har-
old Wahl, waterboy, and Willard Carter, center. The game was a thriller-diller, with Willard making
49 points. Leading the cheers for the Terry team was Annabelle Rittal fTennantj ably assisted by a
small cheering section made up of little boys that looked exactly like Fritz, her husband. Every now
and then you could hear her melodious gigle floating out over the crowd.
That night after the game I went directly to bed. I awoke next morning as the sun came over the
hill and attended church. I was sitting in the first pew and noticed that the pastor looked vaguely
familiar. It turned out to be Donald Hohensee, the new pastor of the EUB church. While visiting
after churchl ran across Albert Gaub and found him to be the biggest sugar-beet raiser in Montana.
Peeking around the corner I caught a glimpse of Karen Ulrich, a famous movie starlet, who was on a
personal appearance tour at the local theatre. On my way home from church, I tried racing with a
diesel engine. The engineer waved and tooted the whistle and I did a double-take. After the second
look I knew it was Jack Trask.
My vacation was drawing to a close and I had to be back at the Air Force base to teach aeronautics
to a bunch of new recruits. And as I had seen all of my classmates or heard about themlknew my va-
cation had been a worthwhile one.
Myrna Brubaker Don Falkenstern Dianne Undem
PIeSideHf Vice-President Secretary-Treasmer
Arthur Anderson Connie Coughlin Richard Bailey Magjqrie Dufloth
Kemneth Bolin Karen Hoagland Gerry Bredberg Rornona Kaul
Bruce Buckingham Sandra Madden Gordon Buckingham Pearl Raihl
John Carlson Delores Roos Lennis Ross Gerald Chapman
Dale Bice Ivalo Stern Janice Strobel Eugene Christenson
Lars Fotland Allen Gaub Loraina Sweet Robert Hohensee
Edison Martin Norman Mikelson Leroy Ogden Fritz Tennant
Janice Trask. Janet Van Cleave Maureen White
On September 4, 1956, 34 members of the Terry High School Class of "58" returned to begin their
third year of education.
Election of officers was held and the following were elected:
President, Myrna Brubakerg Vice-President, Don Falkenstemg Secretary-Treasurer, Dianne Undem.
Karen Hoagland and Kenneth Bolin were elected to serve on the Student Council and John Carlson was
elected vice-president of the same at the end of the '54-55" year by the whole student body.
On September 28 the class held a dance and hired Freiboth's Orchestra for the music.
November 8 and 9 were the dates of the Junior Class Playg "The Magic Touch". The play was a
success and the class clearned nearly two hundred dollars.
They also improved their treasury by selling at football and basketball games.
SOFA 0l'l'L ored
Joy Brow Dennis Liles Karol Hauk
Vice-President President Secretary-Treasurer
Donna. Biles Larry Jens Janet Grieve Lynda Hubing Donald Wick
Bernie Gaub Catherine Dukart Lois Cretsinger Ann Coulsbon Edward Mates
Bill Reno James Mates Lynne Buckingiam Diane Wahl
Adell Bice Donald Ulrich Eldora Schmidt Albert Brubaker
Cecile Neiffer Sandra Ashley Julia Young Daniel Dukart
Donna Ulrich Dick Cole Charles Wic.k Anna Knopp
Paul Van Cleave Irvin Haidle Myrna Smith Jay B. Marston
lhwn Trask Arlene Opp Ethel Schmidt Evelyn Schmidt Marvin Stem
Florence Pealiodiy D011113 ROSS
Forty-me sophomores entered high school on September 4, 1956. Mr. Hush was elected
sponsor at the first class meeting. Other officen are as follows: Dennis Liles-president: Joy
Brow-vice-presidentg Karol 1-lauk-secretary-treasurerg Evelyn Schmidt and Bill Reno-student -
We sold pop and candy at the Terry-Broadus football game.
Joy Brow was dected to attend the queen at the Homecoming Dance.
In October our class put on a dance.
Patsy Krieg was elected as out candidate for Yearbook Queen.
Donna Reuther Glenn Kuehn
Nolia. Keltner Francis Madden
Russell Herington Marietta Smalis
David Van Cleave Lloyd White
Donna Horning Francis Gamber Norman Clarke Sharon Martin
Lany Naasz Echo Norris Janice Opp Irvin Naasz
William Ross Della Ross Calvin Strobel Phyllis Pefry
Donna Undem Judy Trask Donald Vowel David Hurd
Carol Bailey Douglas Bennett Karen Brandner Jim Bodin Kathleen Cosgrove
Larry Chapman Marva Entzel Lane Coulston Patricia George Eddie 'Eaton
Bonnie Hoagland Myron Entzel
The 49 freshmen filed into the south side of the assembly with knees quaking under their
slacks and skirts so the seniors would not take notice, but by the middle of the six weeks there
were 51 freshmen, slightly braver.
At our first classmeeting, Steven Tibbetts was elected to the high office of president with
Glenn Kuehn as vice-president, and Donna Reuther as Secretary-treasurer. Lane Coulston and
Janneth Johnson were elected as student council members, Mr. Duncan was chosen as class
sponsor the first day.
The seniors tried out all their ideas and used their hardest varieties, which were quite sim-
ple, to prepare for initiation. It was basically: the girls were dressed as Robin Hood and the
boys as cheerleaders. With initiation over, the painting and cleaning began in which we all
joined. We painted the "T" with only two casualities and cleaned the trophies, pennants, and
stage curtains to suit the almighty seniors. Our class is proud to say that we had the biggest
wood pile ever for the snake dance.
A columbia blue and black pennant was ordered.
We sold at games, and made a tidy profit, but our class dance was poorly attended.
Geometry, ebra II
Coach, American History
Civics, Physical Ed.
Home Economics I 8: II
mgebfa 1, shop 1 el II
English 11, 111, IV
Journalism 8: Speech
Engllsh II, HI, IV
Journalism Ga Speech
Math, Biology, Physics
WILLIAM MO RAST
Under the direction and with the
advice of editor Donald Hohensee,
the Terrier was published periodi-
cally every three weeks and the an-
nual was received at the end of the
year. Bob Krieg shared the editor-
ship as the assistant editor and Larry
Ban served as Business Manager.
The advisor for the first semester was
Mr. Ronald Duncan. He was re-
placed later by Mr. Hugh Morton.
TOP ROW, left to right: Carol Schmidt, Chuck Monaghan, Jack
Trask, Duane Morast, Bob Krieg, Vernon Kaul, Mr. Morton. FRONT
ROW: Jeanine Buckingham, Donald Hohensee. Gerri Reno, Larry
Ban, Marian Kuehn.
BACK ROW, left to right: Mr. LaRowe, Janneth Johnson, Vernon
Kaul, Bill Reno, Kenny Bolin, Lane Coulston. FRONT ROW: Evelyn
Schmidt, John Carlson, Duane Morast, Karen Hoagland, Carol
The ruling body of Terry High
School this year was lead by Mr.
LaRowe, sponsor: Duane Morast,
presidentg John Carlson, vice presi-
dentg and Karen Hoagland, secre-
tary-treasurer. They revised the
handbook and added a map of the
high school to it. The group held
discussions on various rules and hap
penings of the school and decided
what should be done with them.
Pictured lett to right, FRONT ROW: Marian Kuehn, Maureen White,
Carol Schmidt, Patsy Krieg, Dianne Undem, Karol Hauk, Evelyn
Schmidt, Karen Hoagland, and Ethel Schmidt. SECOND ROW:
Almeda Gaub, Jeanine Buckingham, Donna Reuther, Donna Undem,
Lucille Fluss, Catherine Jensen, Geraldine Reno, Julia Yotmg, Carole
Tusler, Patty Jorgenson, Joy Brow, Anna Knopp, Donna Horning, and
Echo Norris. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Boyer, Cecile Neiffer, Sandra Ash-
ley, Judy Trask, Lynne Buckingham, Patty George, Sandra Madden,
Dawn Trask, Myrna Brubaker, Lynda Hubing, Sharon Martin, and
The FHA girls have been success
ful this year in carrying out many
worthwhile projects. John Carlson
reigned as "King of the Belles" at the
annual Christmas formal held Dec-
ember 15. Karol Hauk was chosen
District song leader at the District
Convention held at Circle. They
sponsored a clothing drive, cake
walk, and slumber party through-
out the school year. Several mem-
bers attended the State Convention
in Bozeman. The group was lead
by Mrs. Boyer, chapter adviser,
and Dianne Undem, chapter presi-
Pictured left to right, FIRST ROW: Demiis Liles, Delores Roos, Mar-
ian Kuehn, Jeanine Buckingham, Annabelle Rittal, Geraldine Reno,
Myrna Brubaker, Karen Hoagland, Karen Ulrich, Ramona Kaul, and
Larry Jens. SECOND ROW: Mr. Morton, Carol Schmidt, Joy Brow,
Dianne Undem, John Carlson, Arthur Anderson, Don Falkenstern,
Phyllis Perry, Carole Tusler, Janet Van Cleave and Florence Peabody.
THIRD ROW: Irene Dukart, Sandra Ashley, Cecile Neiffer, Donna
Reuther, Dawn Trask, Marietta Smalis, Donna Undem, Lucille Fluss,
Taking inventory, putting in new
books, and selecting books for vari-
Ivalo Stern, Lynne Buckingham, and Albert Brubaker.
ous fields of study were the main
projects of the librarians this year.
Officers were President, Anna-
belle Rittalg Vice -President,
Geraldine Renog Secretary-Treas-
urer, Myrna Brubakerg and Sponsors,
Mr. Morton and Mr. Duncan.
Under the direction of Mr. Ken-
neth Taft, the Terry High School
Band presented two very enjoyable
concerts for the parents and public
and also traveled to Glendive to per-
form in the annual spring festival.
Once again selected members
composed different brass quartets and
a pep band.
FRONT Row, Lei: no Right: G. Rein, J. suobel, s. M:.uuen,' s. Ash-
ley, L. Hickingham, C. Tirsler, D. Meidinger, J. Johnson, S. Brown,
L. Waldo, K. Hubing. SECOND ROW: C. Coughlin, J. Parker, B.
Buckingham, G. Christianson,M.Smi1:h, P. Perry D. Ross,L.l-Iubing,
A. common, L. vamm, D. ctirisuamon, J. VdnCiea.ve, D. making-
ham, D. Undem. THIRD ROW: K. Messmer, E. Eaton, L. Haidle, T.
Meidinger, R. Savage, G. Kuehn, B. Solle, G. Tusler, D. Liles, B.
Reno, N. Mikeleson, D. Ban, F. Madden, 1. Haidle. FOURTH ROW:
D. Ross, C. Strobel, J. Marston, M. Reilly, L. Coulston, J. Kempton,
FIRST Row,1.ef:mRi,gh1: B. schwam F.Non'is, J.Buckingham,I.
Dukm, c. Hank, M. Emzel, c. Neiffer, Is. Rittal, c. oougmsn, J.
Opp, C. Bailey, G. Tusler. SECOND ROW: I.. Naam, I. Naam, D.
Horning, D. Reuther, D. Trask, L. Cretsinger, L. Koppenstein, C.
schmiar, M.1mehn,A.cmb,s.Mmm,1t.madner,Rnauey D.
Meidmger. THIRD ROW: N. cn.-ke, P. Madden, A. opp, K. hunch,
D. Undem, M. Smallis, E. Schmidt, J. Brow, P. Jorgemon, R. Kaul,
B. Hoagland, s. schau, s. Tibheus, D. Vowel. FOURTH ROW: R
Herrington, L. Chapman, M. Brubaka, S. Madden, E. Schmidt, J.
VanC1ea.ve, P. Krieg, J. Trask, J. Johnson, A. Knapp, L. Hubing, B.
Reno, J. Mates. FII-'l'H ROW: V. Kaul, L. Coulston, D. Ros, C.
Jensen, J.Young, D. Ross,L.Ross, G. Reno A.C L.Ke1tner,
c. suobe1,r.Ha1d1e. srx'rH ROW: R D. L.
Ogden, D. VanC.1ea.ve, P. VanC1eave M. Ross, D. lJ:ka1:t,G. Bred-
berg, M. Entzel, B. Hormsee, G. nuaiinghm, G. chapman, K.
Under the direction of Mr. Ken-
neth Taft, eighty students assorted
into basses, tenors, altos, and sopra-
nos, sang for the Terry public and at
the annual Glendive festival this
FRONT ROW, left to right: E. Norris, J. Buckingham, I. Dukart, K.
Hauk, M. Fntzel, C. Neiffer, A. Rittal, C. Coughlin, J. Opp, C. Bail-
ey. SECOND ROW: D. Homing, D. Reuther, D. Trask, L. Cretsinger,
L. Koppenstein, C. Schmidt, M. Kuehn, A. Gaub, S. Martin, K. Brand-
ner. THIRD ROW: A. Opp, K. Ulrich, D. Undem, M. Smalis, E.
Schmidt, J. How, P. Jorgenson, R. Kaul, B. Hoagland, D. Schott.
FOURTH ROW: M. Brubaker, S. Madden, E. Schmidt, J. Van Cleave
P. Krieg, J. Trask, J. Johrson, A. Knopp, L. Hubing. FIFTH ROW:
D. Ross, C. Jensen, J. Young, D. Ross, L. Ross, G. Reno, A. Couls-
ton, L. Keltner.
The Girls Glee Club, under the
direction of Mr. Kenneth Taft, con-
sisted of 49 voices.
Practices for the performances
during National Education Week, the
Christmas program, the spring con-
cert, and the music festival in
Glendive, were held every Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday morning.
There are thirty -one boys in the
boys section of the Mixed Chorus.
The tenor and bass section are few
but they sing a little louder than
The Boys Glee Club met every
Tuesday and Thursday by themselves.
This year for the first time in
four years Mr. Taft plans to enter
the Boys Glee Club at the Music
Festival in Glendive on April 26 and
Left to right, FIRST ROW: Mr. Taft, L. Naasz, I. Naan, B. Schwartz,
L. Ogden, G. Tusler, D. Meidinger. SECOND ROW: N. Clarke, F.
Madden, W. Ross, G. Bredberg, R. Bailey, D. Vowel. THIRD ROW:
R. Herington, L. Chapman, P. Van Cleave, S. Tibbetts, D. Dukart, M.
Entzel. FOURTH ROW: B. Buckingham, L. Coulston, D. Van Cleave,
B. Hohemee, C. Strobel, I. Haidle. FIFTH ROW: V. Kaul, D. Irion,
J. Mates, B. Reno, K. Bolin, G. Chapman, G. Buckingham, pianist,
'ine Terry Pep Club under tne
sponsorship of Miss Wava Morris, helc
meetings on Tuesday evening. Offi-
cers elected for the year were Marian
Kuehn, presidentg Carol Schmidt,
vice -presidentg Lucille Fluss, secre-
tary -rreasurerg and Evelyn Schmidt,
Activities for the year included
yelling at games and serving lunches
to out-of-town teams after games.
HEERLEADERS, left to right: Connie Coughlin, Carol Schmidt, Bruce
uckingham, Joy Brow, and Maureen White. FIRST ROW: E, Norris,
L. Sweet, E. Schmidt, J. Buckingham, M. Kuehn, A. Rittal, D, Trask,
M. Brubaker, L. Buckingham, S, Ashley, B, Hoagland, D. Horning, J.
Johnson. SECOND ROW: C. Neiffer, B. Strehlow, R. Kaul L. Fluss,
J. Trask, A. Coulston, P. Perry, G, Reno, D. Ross, K. Hoagland, L.
Hubing. J . Trask, A. Gaub. THIRD ROW: M. Smith, D. Biles, A.
Knopp, C. Tusler, V. Kaul, J. Mates, N, Mikelson, L. Coulston, F.
Madden, S, Madden, L, Cretsinger, E, Schmidt, P. Krieg.
Under the supervision of Charles
Monaghan, president, leading the
group, Harold Wahl, Secretary-
Treasurer, 'taking notes, the Letter-
men's Club worked on their projects
for the year. Crowning Annabelle
Rittal queen of their annual "Letter-
mens Ba1l" and serving visiting bas-
ketball teams after the games were
some of their projects.
Left to Right, FIRST ROW: D. Morast, G. Chapman, K. Bolin, A.
Anderson, H, Wahl, J. Trask, C. Monaghan. SECOND ROW: Mr.
Carlson, L, Jens, V. Kaul, F. Tennant, D. Falkenstern,R. Krieg, A.
Gaub, W. Carter. THIRD ROW: G. Buckingham, D. Hohensee, L.
Marian Kuehn and Carol Schmidt
Donald Hohensee and Robert Krieg
Wray Frieboth Carol Brubaker
Every year members of the senior class are selected to receive the "Babe Ruth
Sportsmanship Award". These two studens are chosen by the members of the student
council and faculty members. Selections are based on the person's scholastic standing,
sense of fair play and good sportsmanship.
Carol Brubaker and Wray Frieboth were chosen in 1956.
Football l,2,3,45 Member
of championship team 35
Football Co-captain 45
Basketball l,2,3,4g Mem-
ber of championship team
2,3 5 Track 2.
Dennis Ross was se-
lected by the Terry Lion's
Club to receive the Out-
standing Senior Athlete
award for 1956. His
name will be engraved on
a plaque with the names
of previous winners. Den-
nis is the sixth boy to be
presented with this a-
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LEFT to RIGHT: Lester Jens, David Covert, Walter Johnson, Albert Strobel. John
Schwartz, Norman Coulston.
In the fall of 1945, eighteen
first graders entered the Terry Ele-
mentary School. Through the
years, many students came and
went, but these eight students sur-
vived all the trials and tribulations
of twelve years of school together.
LAST ROW, left to right: Jack Trask, Larry Ban, Charles Monaghan,
Duane Morast. SECOND ROW: Gerri Reno, Lucille Fluss. FIRST ROW
Marian Kuehn, Jeanine Buckingham.
Left to right, FIRST ROW: R. Krieg, Mgr.g G. Kuehn, C. Strobel, I. Haidle, E. Martin, G. Chapman,
Mgr. SECOND ROW: D. Morast, B. Reno, H. Wahl, J. Mates, A. Anderson, D. Falkenstern, J. Carlson
K. Bolin, Marvin Carlson, Coach.
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Harold Wahl Duane Morast
Donald Falkenstem Arthur Anderson
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The 1956-1957 basketball season saw the Terry Terriers taking a second place berth in conference play with a
10-4 record. The Terriers all season record was 11-9.
The Terriers placed second in the District Tournament. They were defeated by Wibaux in the championship
game but came back to win over Broadus in the challenge game.
One of the highlights during the tournament for the Terriers was a twenty-five foot jump shot by Terrier sub-
stitute, Edison Martin, with three seconds left in an over time period to give the Terriers a 51-50 win over the S.I.
Duane Morast, a senior was selected on the district first team. Harold Wahl, a senior, was placed on the second
team. Don Falkenstern, Arthur Anderson, and Ken Bolin received honorable mention.
The Terry cheerleaders received the cheerleading trophy this year. This is the first time Terry has received this
trophy. The cheerleaders wereg Carol Schmidt, Bruce Buckingham, Myrna Brubaker, Connie Coughlin, and Mau-
The Terriers traveled to Glasgow March 6. They played Culbertson March 7 and lost. The Terriers lost two
men during this game. Duane Morast and Ed Martin received injuries which prevented them from playing during
the rest of the tournament. The Terriers then played and beat Hinsdale. Saturday morning, March 9, the Terriers
lost a close one to Richey and were thus eliminated from further play.
Terry 41 Fairview 52 Terry 54 Lodge GFHSS
Terry 47 Medicine Lake 48 Terry 49 S.I.S.
Terry 50 Hysham 68 Terry 55 Wibaux
Terry 69 Jordon 65 Terry 63 Broadus
Terry 55 S.I.S. 47 Terry 54 Fairview
Terry 57 Plevna 41 Terry 58 Wibaux
Terry 46 Sacred Heart 35 Terry 51 Plevna
Terry 46 Broadus 43 Terry 60 Ekalaka
Terry 66 Ekalaka 67 Terry 71 Hysham
Terry 49 Sacred Heart 48 Terry 62 Jordon
Terry 60 Plevna Terry 55 Culbertson
Tel-ry 52 S,I,S, Terry 60 Hinsdale
fovertimej Terry 65 Richey
Terry 65 Wibaux 87
Terry 70 Broad us 46'
Terry Vs S.I.S.
eny Vs Plevna
FIRST ROW, left to right: Gerry Bredberg, Manager Glenn Kuehn, Duane Wahl, John Carlson, Kenneth
Bolin, Arthur Anderson, Donald Falkenstern, Gordon Buckingham, Donald Vowel, Lats Fotland. SECOND
ROW: Coach Marven Carlson, Larry Ban, Jack Trask, Duane Morast, Harold Wahl, Steven Tibbetts, Rob-
ert Krieg, Charles Monaghan, Edison Martin, Albert Gaub, Assistant Coach Ray Frank. THIRD ROW: Lar-
ry Jens, Willard Carter, Donald Hohensee, Bill Reno, Calvin Strobel, Dennis Liles, Albert kubaker, Donald
Wick. NOT PICTURED: Vernon Kaul, Manager.
Terry 24 Sacred Heart 43
Terry 32 Ekalaka 20
Terry 6 wibaux 49
Terry 26 Broadus 13
Terry 12 State S chool 19
Terry 20 Hysham 37
With bone-crushing tackles and hard plays the football season ended with a record of two wins and
Robert Krieg, Duane Morast, Charles Monaghan, Jack Trask, Harold Wahl, Donald Hohensee, Albert
Gaub, Willard Carter, and Larry Ban are the nine senior boys who graduated from this year's team.
Harold Wahl and Charles Monaghan were the co-captains.
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Terriers on Defense
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Last year Terry High had its.most successful Track season for
many years. After a slow start due to unfavorable spring weather the
Terriers went to two track meets.
The first track meet was the Divisional at Wolf Point. There the
Terriers took first place with a total of 65 points. Everyone qualified
for the State Field and Track Meet at Missoula, but only six were
chosen. They were Harold Wahl, Duane Morast, Don Falkenstern,
Gordon Buckingham, Edison Martin, and Gene Peabody.
Terry received only one point at State and that was when Morast,
Wahl, Manin, and Falkenstern placed fifth in the 880-yard relay.
Terry also went to the District Track Meet at Ekalaka and e-
merged with second place.
Pictured left to right, FRONT ROW: Duane Morast, Don Falkemtern, and
Harold Wahl. BACK ROW : Donald Wick, Edison Martin, Robert Krieg,
Gordon Buckingham, and Larry Jens.
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Pucker up Jack.
Bashful Pee Wee.
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Bright eyes Dukart.
Carol, doing the cha cha
Karen, all growed up.
Guess who I am?
Out on a limb, Annie?
Daddy's little farmer.
Liles in his prime.
Santa, alias Florence P.
Makin' mit der music.
I said "Clean up that mess.'
A stitch in time.
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John Stockhill Jewelry
Log Cabin Cafe
Tasty King Hive In
Love Motor Company
Renwick Torgeson Drug
Farm and Home
Miles City Mercantile
Miles City Steam Laundry
Miles City Saddlery
Friend's Shoe Store
Melody Smop and Sport Center
F. W. Woolworth
I. C. Penny
Krumpe 's Repair Shop
1. P. Anderson
Miles City Bank
First National Bank
Keefe Auto Supply
Miles and Ulmer
Rexall Hug Store
State Bank of Terry
Terry Drug Store
Shipp 's Jewelry
H. R. Carlson-Oocident Elevator
Larry 's Cafe
Walter Johnson -Insurance Agency
Bert Lee -Rialto Theater and Prairie Drive In
Haines Motor Company
Carter Service Center
Varner and Dockstader
Prairie Motor and Implement
Terry Dry Cleaners
Reyman Hardware Co.
Brost's Clothing Store
Yellowstone Barber Stop
Yellowstone Bar and Cafe
Sage N' Cedar Dairy
Milo 's Grocery
Carter Oil Supplier
Exchange State Bank
Glendive Coca -Cola
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Hiatt, 0. D.
Glendive Steam Laundry
First National Bank
Montana Loan 8: Title
Star Hi -Hatchery
Frosty's In 8: Out
I. C. Penny
Ben Franklin Store
Dions Men Store
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