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Wild little western flower,
Blest with the power of healing--
Part of the Red Man's dower.
Pink shells with silken lining,
Grouped in flowery clan,
Brown roots clinging fast to the gravel,
In fear of the Medicine Man.
Closing bright hearts at evening,
With folding petal-bars--
Kissed by the morning dewdrops
To daytime desert stars.
Holding a state's allegiance,
Since with beauty and charm and cheer
They lighted the primeval landscape
And the path of the pioneer.
--Bessie K. Monroe
MRS. BESSIE K. MONROE
First Lady of Montana Poetry
Because of your love for students during these past
12 years, your devotion to Victor High School, and
your understanding counsel, we dedicate this 1958
Pirate to you, Mr. John Munson. May it be amemo-
rial to your worthy aims and high endeavors.
We appreciate working with you in math, plays,
Frank Conner, Wilma Smith
Ernie Buker, Morris Gould.
SECRETARY, Sadie Miller
CUSTODIANS: Francis Myrna and Greeta Miller COOKS: Katie Hiedt, Ethel Miles
The quality of mercy is not .flfdiI'Z6d,'
It droppeth, as the genfle rain from heaven
U pon the place heneathg it if twice hlexfd -
It hlexxeth him that givey, and him that takes.
Best wishes to all Victor students for another successful year
completed. The faculty and I would like to thank the student
body for the efforts it has made toward a better functioning
school, both academics and activities.
To the school board and the faculty my congratulations for
the tremendous job of accomplishmentfor the physical plant:
new fluorescent lights, new adding machines, typewriters,
ball field, electrical rewiring, many new textbooks, library,
outdoor basketball backboard, double swing, fire safety doors,
new shelving, new journalism department, and the new sopho-
more English and World History care program.
Isincerely hope thatthrough the years the community, fac-
ulty, and students will be able to continue the harmonious
working relations that build better and better schools.
Charles E. Dillon
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To the class of '58 and to the classes that follow -
greetings and best wishes! As you know, you are all
contributors to society, each in his own area of living.
That contribution may be either good or bad, bn' the
influence will be felt. It is my sincere wish that every
life you touch will be better because you passed that
John F. Munson
ELSIE ILENE KING
bedroom eyes. . .unpredictable. . .school f?J. . .boys - -
well nowl I. . . always coming or going. . . wants to be a
model. . .
Pep Club 3,4g Girls' Chorus 13 Pirate staff 4g Annual staff 4,
Tennis 3,4g Carnival Queen 4: Plays: "Love Your Neighbor" 3g
"Mollie O'Shaughnessy" 43 Transferred from Wisconsin 3.
ALVIE T. HINMAN
blue-eyed blond. . .hard to
bear. . .athletic. . .finds
girls puzzling. . . plans togo
to college. . ,
Football 2, 3, 4g Baseball 1:
i Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1,
l 2,3g Chorus 1,2,3g Honor
Choms 1,2, 3, Band 1,2g
Class Vice President 1, 2g
Student Council President 4g
Student Body President 45 Pi-
rate staff 4g Annual Editor 43
"V" Club 1,2,3,4g Mr. VHS
4, Boys' State Alternate 3g
Plays: "Love Your Neighbor"
as - 3, "Mister Peepers' 45 "Mollie
O'Shaughnessy" 4: Operetta
lg Athletic King 4,
ARLENE JUNE BUHLER
5' 3" eyes of blue. . . gives it a whirl. . . willing worker. . .
boys - - they fascinate me. . . future- -"Gee, Idon't know". .
Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4g FHA 1, 2, Treasurer 2g Office 3g Library 25
Girls' State Alternate 33 Pirate Editor 43 Annual staff 4, Class
Secretary-Treasurer 4, Homecoming Attendant 4g Plays: 'Love
Your Neighbor" 3g Transferred from Darby 3.
PATRICIA ANN CUNNINGHAM
petite. . . mischevious. . . whiz in English. . . "one and only
boy". . . plans to work in the business world. . .
Pep Club 3, 4: Science Club 1, 2: Art Club 2,3: Girls' Chorus
1.2: Class Secretary 2: Homecoming Queen 4: Miss VHS 4:
Cheerleader 4: Homemaker of Tomorrow 4: Plays: "The Glori
fied Brat" 3: "Love Your Neighbor" 3: "Mollie O'Shaughnessy"
4: "Daddy Longlegs" 1: Transferred from Minnesota 3.
OSCAR THOMAS LEACH
tall and dark. . . gift of gab
. . . two heads are better
than one. . . girls- -those he
likes he likes a lot. . . fu-
ture undecided. . .
Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1,
2,3: Basketball 1, 2: Boxing
1: Baseball 1,2: "V" Club
1,2,3,4: Chorus 1, 2: Class
President 2: Student Council
2,3: Operetta 1: Plays: "Love
Your Neighbor" 3: "Mollie
DOLORES JANE HACKETT
samll in stature. . .chatterbox. . .leader in school. . .says,
"Hi you guysl . . partial to college boys. . .hopes to be a
nurse. . .
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4: Mixed Chorus 1: Pirate
Staff 4: Annual Assistant Editor 4: Girls' State 3: Student Coun-
cil 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4: Student Body Secretary-Treasurer
4: Homecoming Attendant 4: Plays: "The Glorified Brat" 3:
"Love Your Neighbor" 3: "Mollie O'Shaugl1nessy" 4.
GLADYS' BEAUTY SHOP, ANTI-IONY'S, RHODE'S GAMBLE'S
EAST SIDE LUMBER AND SUPPLY, ANDERSON'S MEN'S WEAR
ALICE JEAN DILLON
dark curly hair, sparkling eyes. . .bewildered. . . "l don't
understand". . .sports a diamond. . .future- -get married.
Pep Club 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3: Student Council Alter-
nate 4g Annual Queen Candidate 2: Carnival Queen Candidate
33 Plays: "Love Your Neighbor" 3: "Mollie O'Shaughnessy" 4g
Transferred from Colorado 3.
ALVIN GENE WAGNER
5' 10" green-eyed. . .full of
Y the devil. . . girls are nice
to have around. . .schoo1- -
huh'?. . .easygoing. . .fu-
ture CPA. . .
Football 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1,
2, 3: Baseball 2: Track 1,23
Student Council Vice Presi-
dent 33 Student Body Vice
President 3: Plays: "Love
Your Neighbor" 3: "Mo1lie
O'Shaughnessy' 4: "V" Club
1, 2, 3.
MYRNA KAY MILLER
dark-eyed, brunette. . .changeable. . .vivacious cheerleader
. . .boys- -never again. . .future undecided. . .
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 45 Honor Chorus 2, 33 Victorians
2: Band 1, 2: Honor Band 2, 33 Fair Band 1, 2,3, 4: Class Sec-
retary 2: Student Council 43 Pirate staff 4, Annual staff 45
Cheerleader 4g Camival Queen Candidate lg Tennis 3,4g Plays:
"Love Your Neighbor' 4.
RAVALLI COUNTY BANK, ECONOMY FOODS
O. K. RUBBER, O. K. BARBER SHOP
VADA RUTH YA TES
eaches and cream com lexion. . .un redictable. . .intel-
1ectualf?j. . . partial to the navy. . .future commercial
teacher. . .
Pep Club 1, 2,3, 4, Secretary 3: Mixed Chorus 1, 2: Band 1, 2:
Art Club 3: Office 3: FTA 2: Class Secretary 1: Class President
3: Pirate staff 4: Annual Staff 4: Bus Patrol 3,4: Scholastic
Achievement Key 1: Operetta 1: Plays: "Love Your Neighbor"
3: "Day After Forever" 3.
MARK ELDEN BINGHAM
sports a cool flatop. . . good
dancer. . .hard worker. . .
girls, girls, and more girls
. . .future forester. . .
Basketball 3,4: Baseball 1, 3:
Mixed Chorus 1: "V" Club 4:
FFA 1,2: Honor Chorus 1, 3:
Pirate staff 4: Annual staff 4:
Junior Class Vice President 3:
Student Council Vice Presi-
dent 4: Student Body Vice
President 4: Operetta 1: Plays
"Love Your Neighbor" 3:
"Mollie O'Shaughnessy" 4:
Transferred from Stevens-
PEGGY ANN GOLAY
not very tall. . . pensive. . . never too busy. . . there 's some-
one special. . . plans to go to college. . .
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 2: FTA 2,3, 4: Tennis 2:
Pirate staff 4: Annual staff 4: Class Vice President 4: Declams
3: Operetta 1: Plays: "Love Your Neighbor" 3: "Day After
ANTI-lONY'S, GENEVA'S APPAREL, RAVALLI REPUBLICAN
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DONNA MAE KERR
slim. . .energetic. . .artistic-poetic. . .boys- -Wowlll. . .
plans to be a draftsman
Pep Club 1, 2,3, 4g Art Club 3: Office 3: Twirling 3g Camival
Queen Candidate 4g Plays: "Day After Forever" 35 "Love Your
Neighbor" 35 "Mollie O'Shaughnessy" 4g Pirate staff4g Annual
CHARLES OLIVER MAIER
dark complexioned. . .ami-
able. . .hears much- -speaks
little. . . "Girls? haven't
noticed". . .future - instru-
mentation technician. . .
Chorus 1,2, 33 Bus Patrol 3:
Plays: "Love Your Neighbor"
33 "Mollie O'Shaughnessy" 4.
MARGARET ELIZABETH WARD
tall. . .nice to know. . .speedy typist. . .helpful. . .Boys-
-"I like to look at them". . .future cosmetologist. . .
Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4, Secretary 43 Band 1, 2g Pirate statf 4: An-
nual staff 4: Mixed Chorus lg Carnival Queen Candidate 2g
Plays: 'Love Your Neighbor" 3g Transferred from Chester,
These portraits made available by HOUGH'S STUDIO
Great Falls, Montana
EVELYN LOUISE BRUNNER
short little blond. . .infectious giggle. . . efficient librarian
. . . "Love is here to stay". . . wants to get married, . .
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Librarian 3, 43 Twirling 33 Plays:
"Love Your Neighbor" 33 "Mollie O'Shaughnessy" 4.
BOX ELDER CAFE, ATWELL'S GROCERY,
SHAMROCK CAFE, O. T. BUKER - AUTO, FIRE AND LIFE
ARDYCE MARIE OLSEN
pleasant smile. . ,friendly. . .whiz at shorthand. . .boys
are all right. . .future secretary , ,
Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Prom Queen 43 Plays:
33 Transferred 3.
"Love Your Neighbor"
DAYTON DEE STANLEY
deep blue eyes. . . industri-
ous. . . bursting with brains
. . .likes ,the girls f?J. . .
future undecided. . .
Basketball 1, 23 Tennis 3, 43
Victorians 1,23 Honor Chor-
us 2,33 Pirate staff 43 Annual
staff 43 Mixed Chorus 1,2, 33
Boys' State 33 Scholastic
Achievement Award 13 Class
President 43 Operetta 13 Plays:
"Love Your Neighbor" 33
"Mollie O'Shaughnessy" 4.
DOUGLAS ARTHUR MADIGAN
patrols the highways. . . girls- -some are a headache, some
aren't. . .future auto mechanic. . .
Basketball 25 Band 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2: Baseball 1: Pirate sta1f4
Annual staff 4g Plays: "Love Your Neighbor" 3.
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
ARLENE BUHLER - - Secretary-Treasurer
DEE STANLEY -------- President
PEGGY GOLAY - - - - Vice President
SANITARY SERVICE - NILE SMITH, VICTOR BARBER SHOP, IRENE'S GIFT SHOP
DOROTHY'S BEAUTY SHOP, BITTERROOT LAUNDRY
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VALLEY CLEANERS NICKELS APPLIANCES
INTERSTATE LUMBER WESTERN NEWS
Just before our high school career ended we the Senior Class of 1958 went on a five day sneak trip. This
trip which took months of careful planning and the cooperation of the entire class proved to be a big suc-
We all arrived bag and baggage at Leaches on Tuesday night, May 6, to pack our clothes, food and
camping equipment. After everything was packed we went home to prepare for the big event.
At 6:10 the next morning the people of Victor fif they were upj saw a procession of 3 cars and a pick-
up with horns blowing leave town. The seniors were gone.
In the morning we stopped at the Bison Range and for a few minutes for dinner.
At 8 p. m. we stopped in Boundary Falls, British Columbia and set up camp for the night. We had our
first outdoor cooked meal. Just as we were ready for bed a motorcycle and two cars loaded with charac-
ters sporting long hair and side bums, came in to look at the "beautiful" Victor girls. The five male
heroes in the class took it upon themselves to protect the weaker sex and we all enjoyed a good night's
Larry Grimm awoke us in the morning at 5:30 and we were on our way before 7 a. m,
The next day we traveled through British Columbia enjoying the beautiful scenery. Mr, Dillon's car
got a little mixed up at a cross road and took an extra 20 mile joy ride while the rest of the class patient-
ly waited for their return. Someone brought in the password of the trip "Have patience, Will travel, "
and whenever somebody was behind at a stop light or hit a dead-end street the lead car would yell it
Our second night was spent in beautiful Vancouver. Eleven of us piled in one station wagon and went to
The next morning we went out to Stanley Park and spent 45 minutes looking at the beautiful flowering
gardens and the animals. Many gardens and places were fixed for the British Columbia Centennial Year
After getting a few souvenirs we left for some friends of Larry's who lived at Bothel, near Seattle.
Camp was set up in their yard and six of us went swimming in Martha Lake.
We came back, dressed, and went into Seattle. There we picked up Jeanie Babbitt and Janice Kerr, '57
graduates, and went out for dinner at lvar's Acre of Clams on the waterfront. We then went walking in
Seattle, until the gals in high heels began to yell - - then we drove to the floating bridge and to Boeing
The next moming found us a little tired, but we all pitched in and soon were on our way, We left Jeanie
and Janice in Renton and after occasional stops for souvenirs we arrived in beautiful Mr. Rainier Park.
After leaving the mountains we came to rolling wheat land and finally the desert. We spent the night in
Moses Lake camping out again.
It started raining just as we had our camp taken down and once again we were on our way.
We ate dinner at Coeur d'Alene, and drove around and some of us went for a speedboat ride.
Then we were off on the last link of our journey home to Montana.
A tired and happy group of seniors arrived home Sunday night.
The educational and social values of this type of trip are certainly worth working for and we hope that
future classes will work hard for this trip.
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