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Jerome Mansfield, Patty Buker, Herbie
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Jackson, Richard Jones, Clyde Tucker,
Janice Kerr, Dean Williamson, Donalee
Leach, Donna Jean Babbitt, Bruce White,
Elouise Clarke, Charles Gibson, Betsy
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Veda Yates, Peggy Golay, Myrna Miller,
Jerry Riddle, Alford Lewno, Tommy Leach,
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Johnny Gow,Tom Jacques,
Bobby Chaffin, Billy
Buker, Richard Reed,
Carmel Garnett, Sandy
Bishop, Doris Whitten,
Verna Jones, Jeanette
Reed, Donna Hewitt.
Judy Jackson, Sherry
Hinman, Mrs. Smith
BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT
Carol Woodward, Judy Esche,
Louetta Jones, Lilly Olson,
Judy Munden, Carlynn Brown,
Bobby Ylinen, Dwayne Hinman,
lnrtin Woodward, James Dul-
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Cole, Patricia Brown, Anita
Guthrie, Jack Buker, Albert
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STANDING: Ronald Kittle, managerg Mr. Ryan, coach. Seated are
Dale Judge, Larry Jones, Lester Hinton, Jimmy Mansfield, Jim
Cole, Bobby Smith, Glenn Hill, Ronny Groff, Merlyn Miller, Bob
Cole and Marvin Williamson.
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Larry Jones won 2nd place in the county run at the county meet, only to be dis-
tennis meet, Helen Williamson and Colleen qualified. He also came in 8th at the
Ankeny won the ,irls do les and Colleen state meet at Missoula.
Ankeny was 2nd in the girls singles.
The baseball team, Qpicture not availablej, is composed of Glenn Hill, Pat
Garnett, Bobby Cole, Jerry Hinman, Ronald Kittle, Larry Jones, Ronny Grofq
Bobby Smith, Gordon Mann, Merlyn Miller and Marvin Williamson. The team made
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The groups in the music division this year are: the
Band, Girls Chorus, Mixed Chorus, the Sextettc and the
Victorions. The bond has played Ht all Howe Qwwos,'xt
mournumewt and F.T.A. meetings. The following rdkings
were recvivod wt the County Music Meet in Namiltowz
Band-2, Girls Chorus-5, Mixed Chorus-2, and the Victor-
ians-l. Mr. Guthrie is the director.
The Sextette entered and took first place in the
Proup division at the All Vallef Talent Show.
THERE HAVE BEEN SOME CHANGES, HUH?
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D. Brunner, J. Mansfield, S. Buker,
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Funkhouser, A. Gibson, M. Kaufman
R. Jackson, and M. Hill
STANDING: V. Wagner, Mr.
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row: H. Pinkhsuser, M. Bukeg
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THE V-CLUB: standing, left to right, Mr. Ryan, Marvin William-
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Ronny Groff, Perky Kerr, Bobby Cole. SEATED: Ronald Kittle,
Larry JOHGS, Jim Mansfield, Lester Hinton, Gordon Mann, Bobby
Smith, Dale Hendrick, Ephie Hackett, Jim Cole, Glenn 1511,
The activities of the V-Club for the past year have been to
participate in assemblies and the carnival and to co-sponsor a
SQUBFO dance. The officers are: Jim Cole, Presidentg Larry
Jones, vice-president, Dale Hendrick, secretary.
The Pep Club has 34 members, they are: Donna Brunner, May Buker, Francis Daniels
Paddy Dwyer, Marilyn Hill, RaVay Jackson, Judy Mansfield, Marita Miller, Cleo Varner,
Norma Brunner, Marlene Conner, Arlene Gibson, Iladean Jones, Kathlan Kane, Muriel Kauf-
man, Barbara Tucker, Viola Wagner, Norma Williamson, Gerine.Aldrich, Colleen Ankeny,
Patsy Hinman, Carol Kerr, Dorothy Vaughn, Helen Williamson, Fay Brown, Patricia White
Barbara Jean Hackett, Jerralee Judge, Lois Ovitt, Doris Manager, Donna Riddle, Shirley
Buker, Shirlee Fbnkhouser, and Billy killer. Their activities for the past year have
been a halloween party, a square dance co-sponsored withthe V-Club, a tea for the mot-
hers, a P. J. party, assemblies and a shower.
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Barbara Tucker, Patsy Hinman. Seated are Mrs. Peterson,sponsorg
Ephie Hackett, vice-presidentg Donna Riddle, presidentgGerine,
Aldrich, secretary, and Mr. Ylinen, sponsor.
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The journalists are, left to right, standing: Jorralee Judge,
Barbara Joan Hackett, Mike Garnett, Dale Hendrick, Louis Vaughm
and Shirlee Funkhouser. Seated are Shirley Buker, Eph'Hackett,
Lois Ovitt, Doris Menager, Ken Snorbondy, Donna Riddle, and Jim
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honsor, Dale Hendrick, Cleo Varner and Jim
The members of uHis First Dateu are Barbara
Jean Hackett, Carol Kerr, Mike Garnett, Shirley
Buker, Larry Stanley and Muriel Kaufman. This
was the play chosen to represent Victor at the
County Festival. The comments concerning this
play were very favorable.
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returned this year to finish
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Roberta began high school with
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Ephie Hackett, for winning the following scholarships: the Ravalli County M, E,
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Montana State University scholarship.
Barbara Jean Hackett, for winning the scholarship to Dillon .
Lois Larson.Ovitt, for winning the scholarship to Billings.
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SPECIAL RECOGNITION T0.....
Colleen Ankeny and Helen Williamson for winning the girls doubles championship
at the state tennis meet.
Barbara Jean Hackett and Ken Sherbondy for winning the Babe Ruth award based on
good citizenship, fair play and sportsmanship.
Donna Riddle for winning the Silver Key in journalism in her Senior and Junior
year, also for being one of 6 persons in Montana to receive a sso. scholarship to
Dale Hendrick for having participated in 9 plays in his 4 years of high school,
setting an all-time record for Victor High.
Judy Mansfield and Bobby Cole, for being the receivers of the Occupations Award
offered to a boy and girl in the Freshman class, determined by grades, attitude
and good citizenship.
the student council for putting into effect the first constitution the school has
had in several years.
Clyde Tucker for winning the Best Student award, given to the most deserving eighth
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Upon graduation from dear old Victor High School the class of Nineteen
Hundred Fifty-three decided that they would hold a reunion 10 years hence
at a place to be designated at a more convenient date.
Let us now imagine that the time is now May, 1965 and the setting is
at Mrs. Shirley Back1in's, the former Shirley Buker.
As IB look in on the scene everyone seems to be enjoying themselves.
The center attraction appears to be Miss Shirlee Funkhouser Qyes, she is
still singlej who is singing one of her latest songs. She is
by Ephraim QHot Lipsj Hackett and his band. Ephraim has made
for himself in the music world.
quite a name
to be on the
Sitting on the sideline we find Donna Riddle, one of the
well known journalists. She is writing a story, and it seems
Well, now that Shirlee has finished her song the gang appears to be
drifting off in little
groups to talk over the past few years.
Oh, yes! There's
actors on television.
Dale Hendrick, who is now one of the highest paid
He also owns the largest television station in the
Now, who do I see
Manager! Doris is now
walking towards him? Why, yes, I believe it's Doris
secretary to Rodney Van Houghton, owner of the only
movie studio left in the world, seeing as Dale Hendrick's company has put
all others out of business.
Over in another corner I spy Mike Garnett talking to his old pal, E.
L. Vaughn. Mike is now president of the Podunk Railroad Company. Louis
Vaughn has just finished riding that man-killer horse, Blue Lightening,
and has won the purse, which amounts to S10,000. Now he can buy another
hot-rod to replace the one he wrecked in his last auto race.
Standing over at the refreshment table I see none other than that All-
American hero Jim Cole, who is coach of the Husky Team in the wilds of
Also at the table, talking with Jim, I see General Kenneth Sherbondy.
Ken has gone far in his army career. He is next on the list for president.
And there's our hostess Shirley talking to Mrs. Lois Ovitt, the former
Lois Larson, about their family affairs. You know each of them has a set
of twin girls but Lois also has an older boy.
Walking up to Shirley and Lois, I see Mrs. Barbara Job, the fonmer
arbara Jean Hackett. Barbara Jean is the mother of three boys. Besides
being a successful mother she is also a school teacher in dear old Victor.
Well the party seems to be breaking up and Reverend Jerralee Judge is
among the first to be leaving so she can prepare her senmon for the following
I know this reunion has been a lot of fun for the Seniors and they will
probably get together soon in the future.
D GAMBLES OF
STEVENSV ILLE ,
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
We, the Senior Class of 1955, on this twentieth day of May, in the year of Our
Lord One Thousand, Nine Hundred and Fifty-Three, do make, publish, and declare
this to be our last will and testament.
First: to the Faculty we leave our appreciation for a task well done.
Second: to the future Seniors of V. H. S. we leave our sincerest hope that they
may enjoy high school as much as we have.
Third: certain members of the Senior class will the following personal bequests.
Donna Riddle wills her driving ability to Mr. O'Brien hoping that it will
Ken Sherbondy wills his shy ways to Larry Jones.
Doris llenager wills her job of making posters to anyone dumb enough to take
Dale Hendrick wills his wavy hair to ,Jim Mansfield.
Shirlee Rxnkhouser wills her voice to the Victor Fire Department.
Ephie Hackett wills his music ability to Jerrald Judge and La Ve Andrews.
Barbara Jean Hackett wills her quiet disposition to Pat Garnett.
Jim Cole wills his ability to get girl friends to La Vern Andrews.
Shirley Buker wills her flirty ways to Barbara Tucker and Muriel Kaufman.
like Garnett wills his biology book to anyone that's crazy enough to take it.
Lois Larson Ovitt wills the happiness of married life to Patsy Hinman and
Louis Vaughn wills his ability to come' to school every day to Francis Daniels.
Jerralee Judge wills her manly stride to Carol Kerr.
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