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To Mr. Merlin Bickell, an outstanding graduate
of Victor High School, an inspiration to his
community, a stimulant to fair play and promoter
of worth hile school activities, we the Senior
Class of 1950, do dedicate this annual.
AN NUAL STAFF
Editor: Judith Patton Pictures: Bertha Lunceford
Features: Lorraine Hinton Make-Up: Darlene Hinman
Sports editor: Claude Ankeny Art editor: Wilma Richards
Assistants: Lloyd Larson, Alfred Larson, Dale Mansfield
Raymond Mann, Dick Hill, and Milton Harper.
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Montana State College
Montana State College
Oregon State College
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B. A. Education
Montana State University
Graduate Work Education
Montana State University
B: QL McGILLIS
B. S. Biological Science
M. A. Physical Education
Col. State College of Ed.
B. S. Education
Graduate Work Music
Montana State University
MARK P. HITE
B.A. Fist. 8 Pol. Science
Montana State University
M.A. Northwestern History
Montana State University
Western Montana College of Ed.
B. A. Education
Montana State University
Replaced Mrs., Scott Jan. 1950
Sth Grade, Jr. High Coach
Carnegie Junior College
'mf 1 W. J. Rhodes replaced Laura
Bickell in March.
Freshman Sponsor: Mrs. Patterson
Sophomore Sponsor: Mr. McGillis
Junior Sponsor: Mr. Munson
Senior Sponsor: Mr. Ilinen
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Lloyd Larson: Basketball l,2,
35 Football l,2,3,hg Track 1,
2,33 Pirate Staff by Play
manager 3, prompter hg Hobby-
hunting and fishing.
Claude Ankeny: Basketball l,2,
33 Football l,2,3,h5 Tennis 1,
2,33 Annual Staff hp Pirate
Staff hy Student Council 13
Class President hg Plays 3,h3
Darlene Hinman: Choir 2,3,hg
Band 2,3,hg Student Council hg
Pirate Staff hg Annual Staff
M5 Pep Club l,2,3,hgVlce Pres.
of Pep Club bg GAA 2,35 Tennis
Bertha Lunceford: Choir 2,33
Pep Club 1,2,3,h3 Plays 33
Class Reporter 2. Hobby-
Raymond Mann: Football l,2,3,
hs Basketball l,2,3, Plays 33
Hobby-hunting and fishing.
Alfred Larson: Football l,2,3,
hg Basketball l,2,3,h3 Track
1,2,3,h3 Pirate staff hg Plays
3,u, Annual Staff by Hobby-
wrapping fishing poles.
Lorraine Hinton: Chorus 2,33
Pep Club 1,2,3,h3 Cheer Leader
33 Pla ! Bghf Stude t Council
23 G.A.L. 2,33 G.A.A. Presihnt
33 ' Ann al Staff hi Pirate
Staff by Hobbyh-Sewing.
Milton Harpers Basketball 1,
23 Football 1,2,3,hj Track
1,23 Class President 23 Vice
President h3 Plays 3,h3 Hobby
Collecting Souveniers3 An ual
Dick Hill: Basketball 13 Choir
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Student Bod h3Student Council
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manager hglbbby-story writing.
Wilma Richards: Choir 2,3j Pep
Club 1,2,3,u3. Pep' Club vice
President 33 Plays 3,h3 Class
Secretary and Treasurer 33 GAA
2,33 Student Council 23 Annual
Staff hs Hobby-dancing.
Judith Patton: Choir 2,3,bj
Band 2,3,h3 Class President 13
Plays 2,3,hj Declamation 3,h5
GAA 2,33 Pep Club Secretary
and Treasurer hi Pirate Staff
hi Annual Staff hs Hobby-fancy
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Pirate Staff hjStud6Ht Council
33 Vice Pres. Student Body 33
19 CLASS MEETING 50
From left to right: Judith Patton, Milton Harper, Alfred
Larson, Lorraine Hinton, Lloyd Larson, Dick Hill, Wilma
Richards, Raymond Mann, Bertha Lunceford, Dale Mansfield,
Skip Ankeny, Class Sponsor, Mr. T. J. Ylinen.
nDon't Darken My Doorn, a three-act comedy by Anne Coulter Martens, was pre-
sented by the Senior Class on March 31, 1950. It was directed by Mr. Ylinen,
assisted by Mrs. Patterson.
Roger Kent, bachelor Dick Hill
Rosemary Kent, romantic neice Lorraine Hinton
Tom Garrick, Rosemary's suitor
Poppy Foster, maid-of-all-work
Alec Stubbins, Poppy's suitor Skip Ankeny
Jane Perkins, a writer of romance Judith Patton
Louise Featherstone, maiden lady Wilma Richards
Susie Featherstone, maiden lady
Stage Managers: Dale Mansfield, Milton Harper,
Lloyd Larson and Raymond Mann.
STU DEN T COUNCIL
From left to right: Mary Ann Kane, Wilma Richards, Irene Gingerich,
Mr. Hite, Dick Hill, Bill Williamson,A1berta Graham, Harvey Hackett.
The Class of 'SO entered their freslmlan year with an enrollment of 22
brighteyed m mbers. The school picnic that year was held at Medicine
AE the beginning of the sophomore year the class of '50 enrolled a to-
tal of 18 students and this year journeyed to Gallogly Springs for their
school picnic. A
In their Junior year the class had diminished to lb members and the
featured highlights this year were a Sadie Hawkins dance Nov. 15, Class
Rings, Junior Class Play entitled HPapa Says Noln and the Junior Prom
April 22. This year the class returned to Medicine Springs for their
On entering the senior year theclass of '50 consisted of twelve members.
Senior Class officers were Skip Ankeny, President, Milton Harper, Vice
President, Bertha Lunceford, Secretary and Treasurer.
'The Senior Bm was given' February ll with e Valentine theme and the
Senior Class Play entitled NDon't Darken My Door' naspresented March 31.
The school picnic was again held at Medicine Springs.
Baccalaurate services were held at the Community Church May 21 and Comp
mencement exercises May 2h in the school gynasium.
cuss comms. Scarlet and Gray
CLASS IDTTOx 'Tonight we Set Sail'
CLASS FTOWER: American Beauty Rose
The Senior Class of 1950 decided to see a fortune teller, who unveiled
As we gazed into the crystal ball we found that ten years had elssped.
le found ourselves in the White House, washington D. C. and to our
surprise we saw Lorraine Hinton and Wilma Richards taking dictation from
President, Dick Hill.
Ie paused in the White House lobby and talked to two famed educators.
Alfred-Larson who is Dean of Columbia University and Claude Ankeny,
President of Podunk.
After talking to the President's Chaffeur, Lloyd Larson we journeyed to
the United States Treasury where Judith Patton and Bertha Lunceford are
employed as Revenue clerks, this is very dangerous work and is carefully
guarded by Ray Mann and Dale Csuper-snoopl Mansfield.
Time came to depart and we drove to the National Airport where we found
Darlene Hinman, stewardess and Milton Harper as pilot of our'Back to4mr
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Hugh Elbert Helen Gingerich George Richards
Phillip Menager Robert Hill
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Don Williamson Janice Brodell Harvey Hackett
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Daretta Maki Bernice Vaughn Shirley Hill
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Shirley Buker Lois Larson
Ephriam Hackett James Cole
First Row: left to right, Patsy Hinman, Jeanette Wandler, Carol Smith, Wilma Jones,
Carol Kerr, Gerine Aldrich, Julia Maxwell. Second Row: Helen Williamson, Colleer
Ankeny, Doroth Vaughn, Patricia White, Barbara Hupfer, Fay Brown, Bonnie Chaffin,
Third Raw: lr. Netherton, Larry Stanley, Ronnie Bumgarner, Wayne McCool, Jerralc
Judge, Charles Lunceford, Herbert Wandler.
,mssvs ma-I GRADE
First Row: left to right, Loretta Roy, Norma Williamson, Kathleen Kane, Hazel
Flanagan, Kathleen Burrow, Iladeen Jones, Norma Brunner, Barbara Otlo. Second Row:
Mrs. Bickell, Harley Williamson, Larry Jones, Barbara Tucker, Etta Jane Briggs,
Marlene Conner, Viola Wagner, Johnny Yates, Lee Payne, Keith Jepson. Third Row:
Glenn Hill, Marvin Williamson, Leo Payne, Lester Hinton, Thomas Kerr, Ben Job,
Bobbie Turner, Gordon Mann, Jimmy Mansfield, Duane Ehlert, Kenneth Roberts, Harold
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THE PIRATE STAFF
Editor Darlene Hin an
Make-up Alfred Larson
Assistant Dale Mansfield
Sports Claude Ankeny
Reporters Raymond Mann f
Business Judith Patton
Circulation Lloyd Larson 4
Typist Lorraine Hinton -'H---
Adviser Joseph Bragg ak a
MATHE nPirateH is published weekly by the High School Journalism Class.
It's purpose is to educate the community as to the work of the school,
to publish school news and to encourage and stimulate worth-while
The nPirateW deserves much credit for the passing of the 386,000,000
School Bond Election. It published the plans for the new buildings aa
well as the facts on the project.
Left to Right: Alfred Larson, Dick Hill, Wilma Richards, Dale Mansfield,
Milton Harper, Judith Patton, Raymond Mann, Bertha Lunceford, Mr. Bragg,
Lloyd Larson, Lorraine Hinton, and Skip Ankeny.
First Row: left to right, Patsy Hinman, Daretta Maki, Bernice Vaughn,
Robert Cole, Paddy Dwyer. Second Row: Shirley Buker, Etta Jane Briggs,
Janice Brodell, Judith Patton, Lois Larson, Nancy Hinman, Marlene
Conner, Ephreim Hackett. Third Row: Gail Payne, Mr. Bragg, James Cole,
Irene Gingerich, Dale Kidder, Viola Wagner, Donna Sheetz, Patty Brodell,
Jeanette Richards, Betsy Winship, Barbara Tucker. Not pictured: Helen
Gingerich, Darlene Hinman, Ronnie G1-off, liarvin Williamson, May Buker
and Barbara Jean Hackett.
Starting the school year with fifteen members the Victor School Band in-
creased to its present strength of thirty. The band played for all
athletic contests at Nhomen and Wawayn. Programs were put on for the
PTA and at the Ravalli County Teachers Meeting held in Hamilton. The
band also played in the District Music Festival in Missoula, the Ravalli
County Music Festival in Victor and the State Solo and Ensemble Festival
and the All State Band and Chorus at the State University in Missoula.
Concerts were held in the winter and spring.
The Victor School Band is directed by Joseph Bragg.
A WVU Club was reorganized in Victor High School, February 7, 1950. At
the organization meeting the following officers were elected: Bill
Williamson, President, Claude Ankeny, Vice-President, Alfred Larson,
Secretary 5 Treasurer. To become a member you must have earned a letter
in some sport. This is a club for, boys only. The purpose of
it is to see that rules and regulations are complied with. It also
sees to it that school letters and letter sweaters areworn by only those
that have earned them.
Members: Claude Ankeny, Milton Harper, Alfred Larson, Lloyd Larson,
Dale Mansfield, Dick Hill, Raymond Mann, Bill Williamson, Walter Roy,
Philip Menager, Frank Otlo, Don Williamson, Ralph Yates, Ted Buhler,
Jerry Brodell, Dale Kidder and Wayne Mansfield.
PEP CC LUB
This year the Pep Club furnished half-time entertainment for our home basketball
games and also performed once on the Corvallis floor. In the spring they sponsored
a banquet honoring the football and basketball teams.
Cheerleaders for the year were Mary Ann Kane and Darlene Hi man, not pictured.
From left to right: Shirley Hill, Irene Gingerich, Roberta Blair, Barbara Jean
Hackett, Jeanette Richards, Lorraine Hinton, Daretta Maki, Bertha Lunceford, June
Rowan, Lois Larson, Wilma Richards, Janice Brodell, Judith Patton, Nancy Hinman,
Bernice Vmghn, Shirley Buker, Dcris Lbnager, Gail Payne, Mary Ann Kane-cheerleader.
Football game with Florence at Victor.
The Swiss Chime
Ringers, a National Assembly Program
Football game with Frenchtown at Victor.
Freshman Initiation Dance.
Football game with Hamilton at Victor.
Sophomore Return Dance.
Football game with Phillipsburg at Phillipsburg.
India Mynah Birds, a National Assembly Program.
Football game between Victor and Alberton at Frenchtown
for the District Championship.
Pep Club Dance.
High School Carnival.
Lewis the Magician, a National Assembly Program.
Sadie Hawkins Dance.
Deep Sea Diver,
Basketball ga e
with the Alumni.
with Hamilton at Hamilton.
with Stevensville at Stevensville.
with Florence at Florence.
a National Assembly Program.
with Drummond at Victor.
5 School dismissed for holidays.
with Darby at Victor.
with Hamilton at Victor.
with Stevensville at Victor.
with Florence at Victor.
with Drummond at Drummond.
with Phillipsburg at Phillipsburg.
Ginger, a National Assembly Program
with Phillipsburg at Victor.
with Corvallis at Victor.
with Missoula DeMblays at Victor.
with Darby at Victor.
with Corvallis at Corvallis.
with Darby at Victor.
with Darby at Darby.
Class 'GW Basketball Tournament at Hamilton.
Band Card Party.
Senior Class Play, NDon't Darken My Doorn.
Football and Ba
County Band Fes
s, a National Assembly Program.
County Track Me
County Tennis T
ational Track Meet.
County Interschoolastic Track Meet.
Front row, left to right: Philip Menager, Dale Mansfield, Ted Buhler,
Dale Kidder, Walter Roy, Milton Harper, Alfred Larson. Back row, left
to right: Dick Hill-Manager, Wayne Mansfield, Don Williamson, Lloyd
Larson, Bill Williamson, Jerry Brodell, Ray Mann, Coach McGillis.
Not in picture: Ralph Yates, Lory Bartlett, Claude Ankeny, Harvey
Hackett, James Cole.
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The M9 edition of the Pirate football team in a transformation from
eleven-man to sixwman football had the most successful season in the
schoo1's athletic history.
The small Pirates sank five teams to win the championship of the South-
ern half of District 15. In the District 15 title game with Alberton
the Pirates were defeated 30-O.
Left to right: Coach McGillis, Frank Otlo, James Cole, Walter Roy,
Philip Menager, Jerry Brodell, Ted Bul.her, Don Williamson, Alfred
Larson and Dale Kidder. Not picturedg Ralph Yates and Lorrie
The 19140-50 Pirate Basketball Team had a unsuccessful cam-
paign winning only two of their ,conference games. However
the prospects for a good team next year are very bright with
only one player being lost by graduation.
SEASON 'S RECCRD
ill , victor 28 --- Alumni 19
X . 22 --- Hamilton 59
3: pp A W E 39 --- Stevensville Eh
E 36 -- Florence 56
X E 28 -- Drummond 36
AA If E 17 --- Darby S2 I pl
8 i 21 -- Hamilton 76 If
3 , 21 ---- Stevensville S7
I S3 ---- Florence Eg 4
X 2 --- Drummond 3 A f
X 28 --- P-Burg 116
no --- P-Burg 36 X
35 -- Corvallis 80 N
214 --- DeMolay 745
36 --- Darby 62
hh -- Corvallis 52
33 --- Darby 38
35 -- Darby Sh
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Front row - Left to right: Patsy Hinman, Larry Jones, Lester
Hinton, Jimmy Mansfield, Gordon Mann, Johnny Yates, Dorthy
' Ann Vaughn. Back row: Coach Jack Netherton, Ronnie Bum-
garner, Charles Luncefond, Wwne McCoo1, BenJob, LanySta.nley.
The l9h9-50 basketball season for the Victor Junior High was perhaps tne
most successful in the history of the Junior High.
The team coached by Mr. Jack Netherton won seven games out of eleven in
the regular season. In the Junior High Tournment at Bonner, Montana they
took third place. In the first game of the tourn ent Victor defeated St.
Francis of Missoula 55-20. In the second game over confidence helped
Alberton defeat them 33-31. In the play off for third place Victor
defeated Florence 27-19.
Victor 19 -- Stevensville 18
26 --- Stevensville 16
20 -- Corvallis 38
21 --- Stevensville 20
21 -- Florence 19
11 -- Hamilton 36
28 --- Florence 17
17 -- Corvallis 28
lb --- Bonner 13
JL -- Hamilton 31
25 -- Darby
Harvey Hackett and Don 'Williamson,
the initial members of the Victor
Guards, a newly organized HScholas-
tic Honoraryu. The basis on which
membership is determined, is a HBH
average for the years in highschool.
The Victor School was recognized as
a potential music center during the
recent County Band Festival held at
Victor, April 28.
The Victor School Band participated
in the All County Band.
The Valedictorian, Salutatorian,
Music Award CArionJ and other honors
were not known at thetime this year-
book was printed.
Wilma Richards, '50 was crowned Queen
of the Annual athletic Carnival held
November ll and 12. Other class
candidates were: June Rowan runner-
up, Helen Gingerich, and Shirley
Lloyd Larson, a senior, took honors
by winning first place in the school
in the Ravalli County Conservation
Program's Essay Contest.
Most popular Claude Ankeny Daretta Maki
Best all around Claude Ankeny Wilma Richards
Most likely to succeed Dick Hill
Most loyal to school Dick Hill
Best looking boy
Ephriam Hackett Daretta,Maki
Best athlete Walter Roy June Rowan
Book worm Harvey Hackett Alberta Graham
Best liked Claude Ankeny Wilma Richards
Most dependable Dick Hill Judith Patton
Sportsmanship Philip'Menager Judith Patton
Most popular senior
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