Belle Fourche High School - Bronc Yearbook (Belle Fourche, SD)

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1941 B R C N C a f Q BELLE FQURCHE HIGH SCI-IGQL Belle Fourche, South Dakota Table of Contents ln the Corral Il Adm1n1strat1on Faculty SGHIOIS Iumors the Range Student Counc1l H1 T1mes Camera Club Declamatory Football Basketball ' B Club Sophomores Freshmen E1ghth Grade Seventh Grade We1ght Teams Chorus Pep Club Orchestra Band Dramaucs The BRONC 0 ' ' ' 0 o o e ' o ' o ' 0 Q . o ' 0 ' ' Sub-Deb Club ' G. A. A. o 3 ' o 0 0 o 0 o o o o - " " 0 ,J , I ,fs ' 1 ff DEDICATED . . f1,Qffflt?fyfXf't X Clara A Rasrnusson g1r1s phys1ca1 ,U 1 1134? X KX f f Ur ffm K I it ,jg fy OYOU educatlon lnstructor for the past ten years rn the Belle Fourche Hlgh School because of your 1mpart1a11ty slncere lnterest generoslty and cheerfulness 1n every way Your alertness 1n study hall kept us at our books cont1nua11y tln most casesb and so bent an earmark on our 11ves by knowlng when and where to study We take th1s means to show our slncere ratltude WM AJ .MM Ufvwfyb MWA , U51 and to you www 'fs Thurlo Tollefson because of the ef fort contr1buted to our class guldance and to the welfare of the student body The many students who have passed through your classes regard you w1th respect and admlratlon When the 1ov1al Egad rlngs through the room we know that you may be teachlng one of your classes of b1o1ogy chernms try or physlcs The Sen1ors of 41 take pleasure ln paylng tr1bute to our class sponsors by dedlcatlng the 1941 BRONC to them .-,an -. x ,- fb ' - ' I ! Q ' L ff' 4 , U f' 1' ff 4" 1 , Q If J W I, 1 1" ! 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N- A f' ,Tiff , . . , , , 1' I - , a i I fra - , Mg-2' - gf- 2 1 4 ' ' m TQTH E+: fl ' ' f .N Wag 'li' 1 X Q ai Sv , 44 4, Y -'f. .-A :wifi 1' -L1,5 , f. I A -,:, ,I , Q ., - -- W - ff! 'F A .ff 'I 'f , A - -' Q' ..., Y.,--ff, -L - g'l3?"iT-' gig ' W L ' " ' -2 'gin' ' f- -ff 3 L N' A ' 'Nj - A ' '4 il I I '-1 -Z Q?-1 4" 4- Rv -' 22 'rl 1 ' I 1 Vern L. Cadwell Superintendent of the Belle Fourche city schools. Resigned February 27 1941 L E Iohnsonbauqh Pr1nc1pal of the semor hlgh school Actmg Superlntendent slnce Febru uary 27 1941 1-fkjs.-1 Wm Ralph Arnold Pr1nc1pal of the 1un1or hlgh school d g M fi Ida B. Anderson Fine Arts Wm. Ralph Arnold Literature, Spelling Iosephine Bates Mathematics Don H. Bun! History, Social Science, Head Coach Marvelyn Beldon I-lornemakina Vern L. Cadwell Orientation Nora Eklund Language, Library L. E. lohnsonbaugh Mathematics Muriel lones Commercial Carol Kramer Language Clar Lilevien Study Hall Supervisor, Boys' Physical Education, Assistant Coach Arnold N. Lowe Social Studies, Declamatory Charlie McClunq B a n ci Paul Perkovich lndustrial Arts, Trades and lndustries Fay Pitcher Cornniercinl amd S 'mn 'C Clara Rasmusson Study Hall Supervisor, Girls Pliysiial Education James Rice llusic Elsie Schuler Nurse Thurlo Tollelson Science Carol Westaby English, Dramatics Helen Iarvi Secretary Senior Class Officers President Hewzvi Beils Vice President Lon Widdoss Secretary-Treasurer Mcinle Cooley We the Seniors . . For the last three years. approximately seventy people have been cooperating In make our Class one of which our school would be proud. We really were not an outstanding Class. but we tried to do some outstanding things. When we were sophomores we kept our chins up and took the initiation a- all good sophs should. Our class made one of the largest BE that has ever been made. ln order to prepare for our junior year. we served at the l939 banquet. ln our junior year we weleomed the newcomers into senior high school hy a eoneentration earnp initiation. As a farewell to the seniors we staged the annual hanquet and prom in the Land of Oz. Our last year has heen an eventful one. We sponsored the original "BronC Carnivalf, and it has heen ollr privilege to edit the seeond Belle Fourche High School Annual, "The 1941 liRONC.ll Our elass motto has heen Let erery triumph be ll stepping stone rm! Il stopping plflre. when we graduate from Belle Fourelie High School. we are not going to eonsider it a stopping place. WY: hope to go on and aehieve Illose' things which we set out to aeeomplish. Xiwmffer Senior Class President. 1. Carole ,,.. 2. Yo Hi Times editor, . . . 3. Once pi bully fzlwrrys .1 bully. How -:bout it, Don? . , . 4. The eyes have it .... 5, Some ibm, eh kid? . . . 6. Hey, thats not the Bon Franklin .... 7. Buddies .... 8, Blue-beard ,... 9. Put up your dukes .... lO. loon. . . . ll. The love trionqle Cirnyliow triinqlel .... l2. The rnost devoted couple .... l3. Boi: ..., l4. Clean-up qznq. qa 1 e BARHON GAGE-Little I ask: my wants are tow. l DOROTHY DURR-Reliable in all that she at- tempts. Band 1-2-3-4, Orchestra l-2-3-4, Glee Club l-2-3-4, Music Festival l-2-3-4, GAA l-2-3-4, GAA Presi- dent 4, Bronc Staff, 0 EVANGELINE GETTY-I don't care what hapens, just so it doesn't happen to me. Glee Club l. O DEAN BUCHER-Great men are willing to be small. e BETTY ANDERSON-Iust keep me inno- cent, make others great! Sub-Deb 2-3-4, Glee Club 3-4, l-li-Times Staff 3, Music Festival 3. 0 BAR- BARA COPE-Code: to be cheeriul and keep smiling. Glce Club 3-4, Hi-Times Staff 3-4, GAA l-2-3-4, De- clamatory 2-3-4, Music Festival 3. o HOWARD BEALS-"That's iust the trouble with these dang girls." Class President 4, Bronc Staff, "B" Club 3-4, Football 3-4, Track 2-3-4. I PHYLIS VALLEHY-She has the rarest sense ot all-common sense. Glee Club 2-3-4. 0 JULIA ABERLE-We have heard but little, Iulia, hence, we cannot iudge. Entered as a Senior from Lead, S. D. I KEITH COLLINS-The spice of lite, my "Mush- room." Camera Club 4, Student Council President 4, Bronc Staff, "B" Club 3-4, "B" Club President 4, Ath- letic Manager 3-4. 0 MABLE COOLEY-Her heart is like the moon, there's a man in it. Glee Club 3-4, "Elmer" 2, Class Secretary 4, Sub-Deb 2-3-4, Sub-Deb President 3, Sub-Deb Vice President 4. I CHARLES BUNNEY-I squeeze a lot of pleasure out ot dancing. Entered as a Iunior from Deadwood, S, D. Glee Club 4, Music Festival 4. 0 BOB BEALS-Greater men than I have lived, but I doubt it! Band 2-3, Glee Club 1-4, "His First Shave" 2, "Tea House of Sinq-Lo" l, Music Festival 1-3, Class President l, Bronc Staff. "B" Club 3-4, Football 1-2-3-4, Football Captain 4, Basketball l-2-3-4, Track l-2. 0 FRED CARLSON-"Love thy neighbor!" Entered as a Iunior from Faulkton, S. D. Student Council 4, Bronc Staff, "B" Club 4, Football 4, Basketball 3-4, Track 3-4. 0 OTTO CARLSON-l'm iust the guy l'm looking tor. Track 4, Camera Club 4, Bronc Staii, H1-Times 4. 0 HELEN EIDSON-True to her work, her word. her friends. Sub-Deb 2-3-4, Sub-Deb Secretary 3. O DONALD ENGELSON-When tun and duty clash. Let duty go to smash. Football 2-3-4, Football Co- captam 4, Track l-2-3-4, "B" Club 3-4, Broric Staff. e EVELYN FOSTER-They say blond hair is manu- factured. but I know red hair comes natural. Glee Club 4, Librarian Assistant 4, Sub-Deb 2-3-4, Sub-Deb Sccretary 2, 0 JOAN FREY-Good humor is the health of the soul. Band l-2-3-4, Glee Club 4, GAA 1-2-3-4, "Big Hearted Herbert" 2, Student Council 2, Hx-Times Staff 4, Bronc Staff, Class Vice President 3, GAA Point Sec- retary 2-3-4, Music Festival l-2-3-4. O MARGARET COYLE-lt's the 'Apple' that appeals to me. Glee Club 2-3-4, Hi-Times Staff 3. Sub-Deb 2-3-4, 0 HOS- ALIE EDWARDS-When those big blue eyes are smiling. Entered as a Senior from Vale, S. D. Y 'lf' i -nf' ' 1 A f Nba? J vw A h sv if We -L ia' 2 -7 s A 5 31-33155 .83 f I x., 1 K A 9 , ,E A f,-if , f , - 4 . .Q 5, 'Q h V 5, ' .L I Q I . ..- . , .-Q, - Aw Lf NW n .-6 Q P .Q- NQ A ' ve' -4- 'N -.1-4' 0 fd' DO" if-Q' -9' 0 IACK PATTINSON-I don't care, I'm not going to kill myself working. "Tint: Hfmfsv 4, Camera Club 4 H1T1'.v:: Stull H1-Tim-ss Editor 4, Bronz' Stall, Pt-g Club 4. 0 BETTY PFAFF-Be a spend- thrift in love. Sub-li-li 23, Suhllb Stfwnvtary 3. 0 WAYNE PLUIMER-For sale, one "Romeo", or is there? F'i'f'1f1i'l 'Ii' a Finial lrcvui Moira f"' O, lmilirlnri. Pep Club 4. 0 CECILE PATTALOCI-II-She doesn't like boys- much? li.m'l 1.2, Cla:-1: 'l'lL'l153llIt'I 3, I-l1Tuues 3 Brent' Stall, Pty Club 4, Clietvllscxde-I 4. 0 PEGGY VOORHEES-Slow and steady win the race. Band fl-3-4, GAA 1-Z3-4 i.ff,c'iau.at0zy 2. I IESSIE WENDT -Not merely good, but good lor something. 0 LILLIAN LANNING-My hobby: I collect Jokes! GAA 133-4, Lzblaiian Assistant 4, lieulaniatory 4, 0 IACK WELLS-He never used to care lor the ladies, but things will take a turn. 0 WILLIE ELLEN SMITH-It my lace is always with me, who can be against me? Band l-if-3-4 Oirhesua l-2-3-4, Glee Club 23, "His Fast Shave" 2, "Big Hearted Herbert" HI-TIIIIFS 3, Subelfeln 2-3f4, Pep Club 4. 0 DUWAYNE Pl-'ARR-He's little, but he's wise, he's a terror for his size. Glee Club l, Camera Club 4, Camera Club Vice President 4. I LESTER MATHEWS I'm learning a lot, but school interferes. Glee Club l-2-3, "Elmer" 2, Band 2-3. 0 LILLIAN WESTRE- Be good, sweet maid, and let who will be clever. Entered as a SC-mm from Pukwana, S. D 4, Band 4. .all Pep Club O YULA UMENTHUM-Her heart is in art. GAA 1-2- 3-4. 0 RUSSELL PRULSON-The studious die young. so I expect a long lite. lfiitt-if-rl as fx iumoz fron, lllayttau, lilortlx lifikwta. Band 3-4, OIi'llC'fSlIG 4, Glee Club 4, Brow' Stall, P--5, Club 4 Tiavk 4. O LYLE WAKEFIELD-The greater the river the less noise it makes. 0 BILL THOMAS-lust give him time, and he will take it. 0 ESTI-IER SIDDONS-It is better to be alone than to be in bad company. Sub-Deb 2-3-4. 0 HIL- DRED SALEM-"What'cha doing tonight, Fan?" Dee hate 1, IIGIC'-'.'1!l'j pillllfll 3, Glen Club 2-4, Music Fes- tival Q. 0 GEORGE SHOOPvBecause a man is quiet is no sign he has nothing to say. 0 FRANCES WASON Happy-go-lucky. and the easiest way is the best. Svb-Deb 2-3-4. 0 PRISCILLA MITCHELL-The chief art ol learning is to attempt: but a little at a time. Sub-Deb 2-3-4, Hi-Times 3, llgll ln -EX . Aw lflll 0 LEO LARRABEE-I never let studying interfere Us with my education. 0 ELEANORE MELVIN-Quiet and reserved, but Oh. my! GAA l-2-3-4, Hx-Times Stuff 3-4, Sub-Deb 2-3, 0 ADA LEE HARRINGTON-Each mind has its own method. Sub-Deb 2,3-4, Brom: Staff. 0 ARTHUR BONATO-A man's man. Glee Club 2-3-4, "Pinofore" 4, "B" Club 4, Football 4. flea Senior Whols Who l Donald Lngelson and Le Ann Runkel Most Representatxve Couple and Carnival Kmq and Queen 2 Most Popular Boy How ard Beals 3 Most M1ch1evous Person Paul Melvm 4 Best Dressed Boy B1ll Nolton 5 Most We-nnherq 6 Most Handsome Boy Perry Moqee 7 Most Popular Girl Donna MCK1bb1U Most Talkatxve Person Glorm l-lcxmblm 8 Best Dressed Gul I-hldred Salem 9 Most Talented and Most Athletxc Gul Dorothy Durr 10 Most Athletlc Boy Fred Carlson Cecile Pattalochl ran G close second 1n three flelds Attractlve Gul Helen SNL:- 4! . H' IQ sir Qi?-i Buck row: Helen Sloan, Bill Robinson, Bill Lannina, Martin Meyer, Richard Smith, Dean Redfield, Robert Liaaett, Floyd Staley, Eleanor Palo, Gladys Lawson, Helen Shroyer, Lois Wennbera, Rosa Lee lohnston, William Clanton: Fourth row: Donald Clanton, Ross Eskelson, Rheinhart Heimbuck, Manuel Kindstater, Ernie Brainrner, David Vliddoss, Carl Anderson, Donald Fuhrrnan, Wayne Carey, Larry Harnblin, Arthur Somervold, Kenneth Bunney, L. D. I-leinbauah, Lyle Lirnina, Sam Tauck, Kenneth lahnson, Keith McDonald, Vrlilbur Pritzkaug Third row: Mavis Leopold, lean Lindsay, Robert Denson, Louis Leitner, Robert Iustice, Earl Polzin, Erwin Holt, Emmett Miller, Euaene Thurston, lim Steele, Milton Paulson, Sam Cutts, Donald Nickelson, Lloyd Fox, lack Kiplinaer, Second row: Mary lane Gibson, Violet Haeaer, Maxine McCamish, Doris Doualas, lune Heisler, Eleanor Ross, Claire Wendelken, Evelyn Wilson, Dorothy Van Kirk, Donnaqale Heinbauqh, Dorothy lacobsen, Verda Cooke, Doriene Fox, Mary Anlcner, Doris Erickson, Lois Mclntirep First row: Ruth Marie Smith, La Vonne Collins, Dolores Eixenberaer, Carolyn Russell, Laurine Murray, Dorothea Lash, Stanley Clem, Daryl Stearns, Donald lfleinbauah, Harold Olson, Eleanor Hejde, Betty Anderson, Bernita Carlson, Corrine Stephens, Advisers: Marvelyn Beldon, Fay Pitcher. Freshmen . . . l. Oohlihlil My head .... 2. Love in bloom .,.. 3. We'll be right home, mow .... 4. Wanna lift? . . . 5. Pres, Vice and Sec. . . . 6. Wally. . . 7. Whoops, were sorry. But he looks like a lreshie. . . , 8. Bill ..,. 9, Happy as a lark .... lU. Two flirts trorn Fruit- dale .... ll. Rcss .,.. l2. Shes happy, too. .C l f 51' f5?"5' Q A ft J 1 - uw -Y fs-M E1qhth Grade Bock row Betty D11rr L1ll n Staley Dorothy lean Hannah Emma Lou Ba1rd Bernlce Robb BODDIG Ford Marvrn Hend rson DOYIS Couch W1lma Norl1n Ella Van Kula loan Cannon Norma W1lZ loan M1ller Phta Free'nole Floyd Caldwell Don Gdae B1lly Streeter Thxrd row Forrme MCKIDDIH Donald Ste fart Kenneth Lon Bolo Culver Edwm I-laeaer Bal' Wood Earl Llaaett Gene Thomas Wesley Ltmha Lester Tnerr s mmes Larrabee Second row A 1 ren lolnnson Reber Levee Pdul We1ssner Al dn N sen IF n Denson LOLIS W tts Leslle V rr y B la Arnos Edward Henry Betty Klem Wlrlw M 'W r1s O1son Mtldred EN 1t 'Nl me Wets n Fxrsl row R tl1Kle1n Blandm Q rernsrr Mxld ed Fr y rlen Arends Cnan nda B 'tl e utdrqes Bm a O ren He en Arnen lfse hme on ret l?1s'1er fxrle-'te l-lc Je Advxsers Crrdl Krwrrtcr l mes R1 e Seventh Grade ctandmq A nn e H vec -C 111'1 Fourth row 1 red 1 rrs D nne' qc er o sse 1102 QP z 1: 511: r s Verrf es L1 ne Loo Genn V e e 1' Cl INGVIHI lc Gear e D11 r ers Qc e t t Arenas RIC C1 'rect 1 G1 ons l :nes Ro ers C 1w1n U P' Bc Gcracn C es Q' F nz Krmuuer Second row L, enzer Dorct y W1 er' P 'tv Hlexnl: 1 e G1 sen e '1 D butts M y Ann 'N' enae Ken 5- a ey L,C1l1I"S Teres t r es e Clmre Sm1tr1 y n Anae s 1n1a lv m J , 1' t F1sner M r1or1e L1, e har et le '1 'irc oa t l nscn Katnryn H1 rrncrt N T cmas I-lelen Couch Furs! row G1or1 l rv1 IN e ey N r1e Polzm loy 1, nr y Be fy L M Am1s Kznhryn Ankner Dorothy D1lon MTTIO 19 VN 1lscn Et'11 D1 Merrlll M rtl' C rev Le1'1:1 B1 kfcrd Betty Vflnarton Ruth Palo Advxsers losephme B tes Arnold Lowe my 2 1 v - ..- ..- - - . : ' . 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Lfzfse , Mgle fledae, 'I rae I r'r1:ery : 'ff It 1' '.'.'1l' Qa 1 , ozgalis 'ffison 5111y Smith, Ke - V la, Eoberf FQ- ll, ll" V ,ohm-:1lf , lac' 1 Land, Teddy Bill Baird, Arthur Lf:?h-ersen, Euzene lrlo:-:left Lloyd lchnsen, V1'ill1s Hansen, Third row: Cha le , ', Dclore ribs, Eldi A ke, l, Wierzafs, Ha el' ' 1 C , 9 a 1, 'r , Dale Rel: f ,1 b,r1P:t:13:hi,D:n:lf:Q 1 ' , ' har' E1 ',Larr1 'bb , 3 .1 b t , a' " 11: 1.2, b ' 1 F' fer Vo'-r' ' rf' ' ' '1" ' : Eufh Au, - 1' l "ll 1 31 l ' aua,h,LnC'1l 'li ,I :1 n, 1, 1 , ar rf Lf V. , 're f' ' ' 1, a S ll Q ,l an ' '1, M r 1 Q r an, Vira' falv' , Beth Cul' er, Mara: e ' ' , a ' ' 'ag tt, l aar -a1 or if a, Rah eh , l 1 Ia 11 1 Muriel h 1 , , 1 1, ' : ' 'a 3 ', 'acrtii Ear , 1fa' ' , he e , 11 on .C 1 ' , 1 , '1 'l , . ' r' , .1 'C 'a ' , a 11a la ,, if 'ac , 1 , ' 1 l c ' f-v Y , . 11 11 , . X Y' S 1i,Rgw J 1 X 3 I X X U X 5 VN 5 X J ' X X NJ X xl Q3 X xi Q Q N' X s xW X 1 wx ,X QFQWQ? Xsifgggqg x?d'Qx 5 GJ W l Xssigxbggxjj J 1 ' X 'm 'sf I '3 1"ff 1 Y, fx Y. 's 5 Q N Q., .v I 4 1 .if 0 fn I I f X I ' I o "Jill Q f 1 v 1 I S ' X f., G xml If EW! Srwfifrt '2?' 1 They did, d1dnt they? . . . 2. Theres the wolf, where's little Red Riding Hood? . . . 3. Senior Float .... 4. Iust like a hunt d 5 M M t l bblt .... . usic aes ro, pease ..,. 6. Two men on a horse for twol .... 7. Hot Stuff! ! I . , . 8. Whose books, 1 wonder. 9 t1 t 10 W t d unlor oo .... . ar .am an unn sac s o . , . , . IDIGI' lonales . . . 12. GOING our way? . , . 13. Send me I rv Q Y k f 38 I1 W Coach .... 14. L1tt1e NVomen .... 15. Men C91 ln white. PROGRAM OF EVENTS THURSDAY EVENING Burning the "B" Free Show at the BELLE Theatre FRIDAY MORNING Initiation of Sophomores OCtObeI 11, 1940 FRIDAY AFTEROON BRONC Day Parade FRIDAY EVENING Snake Dance from the school to the football field Belle Fourche-6: Spearfish-O Homecoming Dance in the gymnasium Student Council . The Belle Fourche High School Student Council is organized for the purpose of giving the students a voice in the student government. This year the Council met weekly instead of the former once a month. It has directed and sponsored several activities, some of which are the Annual Bronc Day, the Mississippians, Brown and Meneley, and a Christmas party and dance. Shirley Hales, the secretary-treasurer, mov- ed away and Genevieve Edsall was elected by the student body to take her place. Peggy Cad- well also moved away and Dorothy Lehto was appointed to fill out the term. '91 Student Council President Keith Collins with the Faculty Adviser L. E. Iohnsonbauqh. J! Student Council . . . Back row: Fred Carlson, Marjorie Olson, Keith Collins, President of Student Coun- cil, Second row: Shirley Hales, Secre- tary and treasurer ot Student Council, Donald Vallery, Sara Wendelkeng Front row: Leslie Raber, Peggy Cadwell, Mil- ton Anderson, Vice President ot Student Council. Not in picture: Genevieve Edsall, Secre- tary and treasurer of Student Council, L. E. Iohnsonbaugh, Adviser, Dorothy Lehto. They Traveled: Keith Collins and Donald Vallery were selected from Butte County high school boys to attend the American Legion Boys State in Aberdeen, South Dakota, last summer. Helen Wennherg was the 4l'i State Style Queen of South Dakota and represented our State at the 4H Congress held in Chicago last tall. Ushers: Betty Overholt, Lillian Lanning, Maxine Haber, Helen lane Decker, Laura Carlson and Dawn Anderson. Cheer Leaders: Ruby Wheeler, Cecile Pattalccni, and Dorothy Lehto. if A 5 A vi Back row: Elinor Sloan, Barbara Vtfebb, Betty Mae Oliver, Olive Dillon, Eva Fisher, Betty Overholt, lanice Svobociag Third row: Laura Carlson, loyce Apland, Marilois Culver, Dawn Anderson, Hazel Wallace, Helen lane Decker, Maxine Haber, Barbara Cope, Vivian Arends, Lillian Lanninag Second row: lla Mae Park, Betty Anderson, Esther Siddons, Maraaret Coyle, Beatrice Gordon, Frances Wason, Ruth Nelson, Mable Cooley, Betty Lanninag First row: Esther Rolph, Priscilla Mitchell, Willie Ellen Smith, Eleanore Melvin, Gloria Hamblin, Lucille Iohnson, Eve Kloster, Ada Lee Harrington, Helen Eiclson, Evelyn Foster: Adviser: Marvelyn Beldon. Back row: Iiinior Guren, Barbara Cope, Sara Wendelken, Natalie Durr, Ethel Hale, Bill Kunerthp Front row: Willie Ellen Smith, Eleanore Melvin, Phylis Vallery, Helen Wennbera, Virainia LeSueur, lack Pattinson, loan Frey, Otto Cai lsong Adviser: Thurlo Tolletson. hwy lv -' M- I' J 4 QZZMZ 'Z' 1' 12g f,,"',,Z" C? pq ,. vas? ,,,,,M,3. ,Mme 'aa gf M ' Vg Back row: Holvin iohnson, Vfillie Ellen Smith: Third row: llloxnnnz Schuft, Otto Carlson, Hal Cornel- ius, Bob lolmsong Second row: DiiWcryne Ptorr, Lee Doody, Ethel Hole, Mzry lxne Reclclick, Gene- vieve Edsolly Front row: lock Pcrttinson, Bernice Brown, Som Vfendellcen, Virginia l.eSueur, Helen Wennberqg Adviser: I.. E. Iohnsonbouqh. Back row: Rernire Ifrcorsen, Lcrrfrine F.i:21':rds, Derinx Mclfibbin, lrrnice Svolroclu, Lilliin Lunninz- First row: Donnrrczole Heinbfnizli, Bzrbori Cape, Billy lieinlririczli, Helen Wennierc, Dorothy Ligssie, Gloria Homlcling Adviser: Arnold Lowe. J",..,, ' W 'f f Back row: limmy Steele, Iunior Ouren, Tony Schrnaltz, Donald Nikelson, Stanley Clem, Bill Chillerg Third row: Sheldon Shaw, Bill McLauohlin, Lee Bloom, Lawrence lohnston, Harlan Collins, lfrnie Brammer, Ed Eixenberaer, Howard Beals, Gail Oureng Second row: Ross Eskelson, Melvin Lehto, William Clanton, Ray Bunney, Stanley Baird, Iohn Harney, Keith Collins, First row: Arthur Bonato, Daniel Dacar, Don Enaelson, Bob Beals, Raymond Klinq, Dean Bailey, Norman Bunney, Fred Carlson, Coach: Don Bunt. Football . Football 1940 Belle O ,, ,,,,,, Hot Springs 47 Belle 6 Spearfish O Belle U ,,,,,, Lead 27 Belle O , Rapid City 38 Belle O ,,,,,,,, Sundance 6 Belle U ,, ,, Deadwood 38 Belle U , , Sturgis 6 ' Football Captain: Bob Beals Co-captain: Donald Enqelson 'V' ' Head Coach: Don Bun! and his littlest Bronc Belle Belle Belle Belle Belle Belle Belle Belle Belle Back row: Bolo Donahue, Bob Beals, Fred Carlson, Eddie Eixenberaer, Ross Eskelson, Glenn Broad- liurst, Stfmlev Baird, Gene Mullinerp Front row: Gail Ouren, Perry Magee, Tony Schmaltz, Melvin Lelito, Fnaene Tliiirston, Bill Mclatialilin, lunior Oureng Coach: Don Bunt. . . . Basketball BASKETBALL 1940-41 Newell Deadwood Hot Springs Spearfish Murdo Nisland Lead Spearfish Sturgis Bale 27 IU Belle 28 Vale 30 23 Belle 3l Newell 18 26 Belle 30 Custer 24 36 Belle ll Rapid City 36 22 Belle 20 iovertimel Deadwood 2l 22 Belle 23 Lead 46 45 Belle 28 Vale 20 30 Belle 32 fevertimel Sturqis 30 2' Belle 18 , Custer 20 Rapid City 38 DISTRICT 32 TOURNAMENT Belle 25 Belle l9 Belle 35 Nisland 19 Deadwood 2l Camp Crook lU Assistant Coach: Clcxr Lilevien f Basketball Captain: Tony Schmaltz Co-captain. H. W. Ouren. lr FF! Back row: Euaene Thurston, Don Bunt, Daniel Dacar, Alllert Rotliermal, Tony Schmaltz, Gail Ouren, Donald Nickelson, Third row: Bill McLa1:anlin, lolrn Harney, Ray Bunney, Perry Maaee, Dean Bailey, Norman Bunneyg Second row: Ross Eskelson, Arthur Bonato, Harlan Collins, Bob Donahue, Eddie Eixenberaer, Keith Collins, lunior Curenq First row: Raymond Klina, Stanley Baird, Melvin Lehto, Bob Beals, Don Enaelson, Howard Beals, Fred Carlson, Adviser: Don Bunt. 115 pound team: Donald Fulirman, Emmett Miller, Weialit team coach Clar Lileyjen, Kenneth Iolin- son, Larry I-larnlilin, Roh Word, lim Lana, lim Steele, Stanley Clem, and Wayne Gaaeg 100 pound team: Wallace Heisler, Hank VJalk, Iames Rolterts, Bob Vlfhalin, Donald Stewart, lack Apland, Donald lohrison, Ralph Aplana, Heavyweight team: Gene Mulliner, Vernon Dick, Boi Beals, Wayne Pluimer, Lyle Limina, Sam Cutts, Warren lolinson, Eddie Eixenberaerg 85 pound team: Mark Eixen- beraer, Dale Roberts, Lawrence Miller, Dean Redfield, Bruce Ouren, Robert Pattalochi, Ronald Free- mole, Junior Henderson, Dale Redfield. Back row: Bernice Brown, Shirley Hales, Lois Anderson, Bernice lacobsen, Mary lane Reddick, Ioyce Apland, Dorothy Van Kirk, Claire Vfendelkenr Fourth row: Corrine Stephens, Eleanor Ross, Yula Umenthum, Marilois Culver, Betty Ove-rholt, Natalie Durr, Barbara Cope, Marjorie Olson, Betty Mae Oliver, Ruth Marie Smith, Third row: Laurine Murray, Lois Wennberq, Evelyn Wilson, Dorothea Lash, Charlotte Sherman, Ruby Wheeler, Dorothy Lehto, Virginia Voyles, Betty Lanninq, Wanda Lee Ross, Lillian Lanninap Second row: Helen Sloan, Mildred Hantz, Gayle Hantz, Hazel Wallace, Laura Carlson, Betty Anderson, Bernita Carlson, Donnaqale Heinbauqh, Delores Eixenberqer, La Vonne Collins: First row: Gloria Hamblin, Esther Coram, Sara Wendelken, Rosemary Newell, Dorothy Durr, Ioan Frey, Helen Wennberq, Virginia Le Sueur, Marjorie Durr, Billie lane Clute, Maxanna Schutt, Peaqy Voorheesg Advisor: Clara Rasmussen. l Basketball .... 2. The Old Gray Mare .... 3. Go into your dance! . . . 4. Free wheelina, . 5 Three airls on a bike 6 Pinawponq .... 7. Sloppy loe ..., 8. Knee action .... 9. Three hows and a airl ..., 10. Down the alley ll Badminton Soprano Dawn And rscr 'cis Anderson, Trevcr Ayers, Billy lane Clute, Barbara Cope, Helen lane Decker, Olive Dillon, Eva Fisher, Evelyn Foster, lune Hodqe, Isabelle Hudleson, Eleanor Hejde, Betty Glidden, Lillian Lannina, Dorothy Lehto, Phyllis Sisson, Betty Mae Sturaes, Phylis Vallery, Marlorie Waqner, Hildred Salem, Gloria larvi, Rosemary Newell, Dorothy Massie, Betty Overholt, Carole Salem, Betty Anderson, Virainia Malvin, Willie Ellen Smith, Maraaret Coyle, Alto: Betty Anderson, loyce Apland, Bernice Brown, Pea Cadwell, LaVonne Collins, Mable Cooley, Esther Corum, Dorothy Durr, Bernice lacobsen, Genevieve Edsall, Dolores Eixenberqer, Louetta Everts, Rita Freemole, loan Frey, Gloria Harnblin, Marjorie Kennedy, Virainia LeSueur, lean Lindsay, Donna Mcliilobin, Cather- ine Richter, Laurine Murray, Le Ann Runkel, Elinor Sloan, Ruth Marie Smith, Helen Wennberq, Sara Wendelken, Claire Vlendelken, Norma Wilz, Bess Weyler, Dorothy Van Kirk, loan Miller, Marilois Cul- ver, Vera Klina, Mildred Frey, Tenor: Dean Bailey, Charles Bunney, Iohn Harney, Kenneth lohnson, Neil lacksong Bass: Arthur Bonato, Ray Bunney, lack Chassell, Vernon Dick, Lee Doody, Halvin Iohnson, Perry Magee, Don McPherson, Paul Melvin, Bill Nolton, Russell Paulson, David Widdoss, Lon Widdoss, Bill Sutton, Sam Tauck, Alex Walk, Henry Walk, Merle Wolff, Dean Bucher, Santford Iustice, Larry Hamblin, David Malving Director: Iames Rice. Buck row tlett to riqhtl: Bill Nolton, Iames Lana, Halvin Iohnson, Lee Doody, David Widdoss, Wayne Pluimerg Fifth row: Russell Paulson, lack Pattinson, Lillian We-stre, Maxanna Schutt: Fourth row: Car- olyn Russell, Bernice lacobsen, Dolores Eixenberaer, Eleanor Hejde, Ruby Wheeler, Betty Anderson, Hazel Wallace, Catherine Richter, loyce Apland, Dawn Anderson, Vera Klinag Third row: Marjorie Waqner, Laura Carlson, Hal Cornelius, Bill Kunerth, Natalie Durr, Vivian Arends, Lorraine Richards, Esther Corum, Rosemary Newell: Second row: Le Ann Runlcel, Gloria Hamblin, Bernice Brown, Sara Wendelken, Cecile Pattalochi, Dorothy Lehto, Ruth Nelson, Helen 'Wennberq Dorothy lacobsenp First row: Bess Weyler, Mary lane Reddick, Virainia Voyles, Billie lane Clute, Marjorie Durr, Bob Iohnson, Willie Ellen Smith, Virqinia Le Sueur, Louetta Everts, Charlotte Shermang Adviser: Carol Westaby. Kitt? Violins: Betty Glidden, Lee Doedy, Bernice Brown, Larry Hamblin, Dorothy Iacobsen, Laurine Mur- ray, Doris Olson, Harold Olson, Dorothy Van Kirk, Ella Van Kirk, Bess Weyler, Lon Widdoss, Violas: Betty Mae Sturaes, Teresa Sturaesg Clarinets: Dorothy Durr, Louetta Everts, Neil lackson, Le Ann Rnnlrel, Comets: l-lalvin lohnsori, Pea Cadwell, Marjorie Olson, Helen Wennbera, 'Cellosz Cheryl Glidden, Bernice lacobsen, Flutes: lean Claire Smith, Dorothy Massie, Treya Ayres, Virginia Le Sueur, Trombone: Donna Mcliihbin, Saxophones: Maxarma Schutt, Gloria Hamlolin, Baritones: lack Chassell, Russell Paulson, Bass Viol: Claire Wendelken, Buss: Stanley Baird, Piano: Rosemary Newell, Drums: Willie Ellen Smith, Director: larnes Rice. Comets: l-lalvm lohnson, Lee Doody, Pea Cadwell, llal Cornelius, Albert Bunney, Marjorie Durr, Dorothy Hannah, Mariory Olson, Helen Seidel, Elinor Sloan, Helen Wennbera, Clcxrinets: Dorothy Durr, Teddy Bill Baird, Dean Bailey, Louetta Eyerts, Neil lackson, lean Lindsay, Le Ann Runkel, Helen Sloan, Ruth Marie Smith, Charlotte Sherman, Bill Sutton, Virginia Voyles, Norma Wilz, loan Miller, Trombones: Donna Mcliibhin, Bill Kunerth, loyce Apland, Sam Tauck, Donald Vallery, Piccolo: Peaay Voorhees, Flutes: Dorothy Massie, Treva Ayers, Virainia Le Sueur, Phyllis Sisson, lean Clair Smith, Suxophones: Billie lane Clute, Gloria Hamblin, Bill Nolton, Betty Overholt, Max- anna Schutt, Glenn Broadhurst, Bcrritones: lack Chassell, Russell Paulson, Altos: Warren lohnson, lim Lana, Russell lvlclntire, Wanda Lec Ross, Bill Sisson, Basses: Bob lohnson, Stanley Baird, Drums: Rosemary Newell, Willie Ellen Smith, loan Frey, Bob Whalin, David Malvin, Director: Charlie McClunq. 4 I l vghwgsfi ' s 4 I-I. M. S. Dirw- Errna Lowrie Aunt Sophia Mrs. Murdock Yami .. Arthur Maclntosh Peggy Van Ess Oswald Kerins "TIGER HOUSE' A Three-Act Plcy ted by Carol Worstaby Lois Anderson ay Ie-an Behyrnei' Maryorre Durr Lon Widdoss Bob lohnson Bob Donahue Sara Wendelken lack Pattrnson Thompson Merton Foster Mystery Woman Natalie Durr The Tiger . ? ? ? ? "THE GREAT IOANNE" A One-Act Play Directed by Carol Westahy Sally ,,,,,,, . Donna Mcliibbin Lucy VVVVVVVV . Rosemary Newell loanne Bernice Jacobsen Susie lanie .. Ierry .,.,,,, . . Thornton - ,,.,,,,, Ted - ,... - .,,..... Gloria I-lamblin Lillian Westre Paul Melvin Bob Iohnson Gail Ouren Pinafore l "H. M. S. PINAFOREU An Opera Directed by lamcs H. Hiro Admiral Fir Ioiteph Porter Perry Magee Captain Corcoran Cornrnandinq Paul Melvin Ralph Rackstraw Dean Barley loSPPh1HO Dorothy Massre HG'-32 Louetta Everts Little Buttercup Dgnnq Mglgbbm BCCITSWGIYW David Malvrn Boatsv1arn's Matc- Arthur Bonato Dick Deadeye L99 Dgody Two Marines lunior and Gail Ouren With the Mixed Chorus "THE RED LAMP" A One-Act Play Directed by Carol Westaby Mullldu -f-ff--f ff V H H Mae lean Behymer Harold - - . .. Bill Kunerth Alice .... ,Y Archie Clarke .. Bill Worth Annie O'Shane .. .. . Bernice Brown lack Pattinson .. Iunior Ouren Olive Dillon 1. Who's Yehudi 2.H Scenes from the Plays eavenward Bound 3. "Tiger House" Cast 4. "Tiger House" Scene fy 6. "The Great Iounne" Cast 5 ust Golden Annwersary On the trfth day of August 1n the year 1891 W C Rlchards County Supt of Schools posted a notlce 1n Belle Fourche calllng an elect1on to be held the 15th day of August ln the town of Belle Fourche for the purpose of orgamzmg send town for school purposes The electron was held E I Ferral Chalrman T B Rolhns Clerk and A S Gay Treasurer took over dut1es 1mmed1ate1y S1nce 1891 119 c1t1zens of Belle Fourche have taken the thankless Job of serv1ng on the board of educatlon But more rmportant yet IS the fact that 1n the past 50 years each c1t1zen of Belle Fourche has dug down 1nto h1S pocket and g1ven 1n part to the upkeep of the school system No one asks What good IS a school system? Rather every man 1n qu1res What can be done to make a better school system? Iust as one generatlon gets mater1al from the last to help 1t bu1ld and plan for the future so each educat1ona1 1mprovement 1S passed on and a better and more efflclent system IS developed So 1t has been 1n Belle Fourche but 1t IS f1tt1ng that we take a page of the 1941 BRONC and pay tr1bute to the p1oneers who took t1me off from the dut1es ot mak1ng a l1v1ng 1n an unsettled country and organ1zed the town for school purposes Our hats off to you' And to all thoughtful p1oneers who could see far enough ahead to know that an educated generatlon could do what the p1oneers themselves could not do to make thelr dreams come true u I ' ' I ' I II . u l n ll o n o s I ' 0 I I ' Q I I . - , 1 Q I . n II . II . . - . II 1, . I I o I ll ll o s u u . 0 1 T A y , u CALE DAR Sept 3 School started V h',797T Sept 13 First football game of se scn Fra y 3 Y cl o 7 O IH tloerr fa lor Sept 17 ps my 1.1 ar I le1r Helen W 1 cr resses 6 inches at one tirne Not L d for more s owfr Sept 20 P1rstLetter11'1n D nce From vhot I he-11 SOI E IPINDIG Sept 27 Lead plaved here Score IN-e U Tl ey 2! N f s d Oc 4 We played Sundance at Sundance We O They 6 Bfy you re improvrng fast Oct 10 Preparations for Bronc Day Burned B It wr a I et 1 u We were treatea to 1 free show I y the Belle the tre Oc ronc Dr y Wh 1' a dayl The p 11de SNLII Int11' oriarnal Game perfect We o They U L1 hurce Cheese PIIEW F1 st inch school dance fter the cme Oct 12 Last day o pheasant hunting Bolo and Howard Beals Keith Collins and Lester Mathews went phe sant hunting and get stranded in the river Nice work boys Hovt many fsh did you catch? Ioan Frey the proud possesscr ot a nephew name Iohn Atta grrl Oct 15 Censored First fnnu l meetrng Oct 16 Shakespeare due today XVI y at t 1 IS my question? Oct 17 Broke rn new cheer le der Lillian W estro Oct 18 too ora for us Oct 19 B A A liorseh ck riding party Gee tie vip is ood from the fireplace Oct 23 Some people who dcnt cspecrally Q 1ro rr mrre wish cer fun Junior boy tall 1nd a football rl yer 1l I kecp pets ft home eek etc Game XVIII Dead ood I wcnt eo 111y fir rer Oct 24 Bernice J s e smell o te df arorn or p ospe ty and Coaclc ans ere it sn it is the stink o dep essi n Donna nd Lon rnatchea pfnnies 1 e 14 ,sr ness only c pitahsts alle Jed Oct 26 From e 'ir h st 1 er1f'nt G o wrl o rin o VII up fter next pertorm nce Oct 27 Iackie ould not find hrs waistline at p e I could do that once Just once Oct 28 Tiger IAOLSG brougkt roaring response Nov 3 Declam picnic Can certain teacher ever eat chocolate Nov 5 Must concert hcscrriury is gcc a She cc ri play with Just c 'if strck Nov S McPherson and Engelson l1t the dust Nov 7 A1 other nut racked up Wfhen do you drixe again Lon? De lam contest winners Dorothy Massie Donna M-:Kit b Donner le Hemhouah Billy lfiernbaugh Nov 8 Otto left his car in the garage Nov 9 Widdoss st1ll walking Nov 12 We ound out in chemistry that Iackie didnt know there a flood Drant you Noah? Nov 13 Bucner found his dear fcorrection deerl Nov 14 Ex Lax Lehto and hrs Laxative Lads emerged victorlous IH the Intramural 'oasketlaall tourney Motto It takes u to start things moving Nov 15 I hear Freddie Carlson got caught in a door or was it a door? Nov 18 Bone Carnwol King and Queen nominated Campaign started with a yippie Nov 19 We put up the thermometer and it blew its cap at once Business was good N v 21 23 4 People corre and people go but nothing ever happens Dec 3 First basketball game Newell IO Belle 26 Nice start boys Dec 4 A negro quartette from Mississippi sang for us Dec 5 Last day of votmg on king and queen suspense increases e hope Dec 6 Bronc C IFUIJVII King and Oueen Le AIIII and Donald Attendants Larry Gibbons and Teresa Sturges Dec 10 Baskethall game with Deadwood Dec Fnduy the 13th I 711 tl Notlnrn happened' Didnt you get fooled9 Dec 14 rings I-I B F Dec 20 rs day of s hoel this year cm ro n and lllcnely entc t1mea the s liool JIIII a musical r m an Ir O ren found out ancles not angels belong in geometry cl ss Game with Deadwood Wm lose or draw? You guess -1 ' a ' ' ' . . . . Cqkgt ' . ' 1, 1 1 " ia I th" 1111. Brel' Q ca . , , , ' ' - '- . 1 e 1, ' 1 , ' - , ' ' 1 Oo , te 5 1 ' ' '. is going in for shct , , ,, Ci , ' K .L 1 '1 f. ra 1 1- E1 te. - 1 1' , 1' ' 11 C , '. '. 11,5 , vf S II 1 1 1 C ,1 I 'Y , ' , 1 - - - - c 1 ' 2 ' , ' 'J in, A 1 1 e 1 ai , ,gg ' 1 4 ,, ' ' , A ' - Q S 1' ' . . . . . I I' ' ' Q . - " ' ,1s vo'1ut'f l , , , , ' 4 11 1 1 1 r 1 il ,. f ' 1 ' - ' ' ' I-11-H was . "' ' , . B 1 -- I 1,1 1 1 apr .fp HI 1 i 1' .ian-Y , , , , . 14- 5 I '- . 'rn 1-r - ' ' 1 ' 7 , . 'r ' '4 a g 1 . , , , , I 1 ' I - 1 11 . ' - H 1 ., , . H .f A 1 V4 1 S ' W ,T I ' . u n Q 1 !- 'w v I Q I I I I . ' .1 a . ' f. - ' ' ' I . , "a he .cor 111 111 up at all - . - 1 ' ' ' ' 0 . - -2 . . . ' ' .1 1 11 a , ' ' ' -, tt - H Rapid City game. We O-They 38. They were just a little - 1 1 W . , , - - ' 1 - 1 . U ' 1 Y, 1 ' H , ' . 1 1 1 u . , 1 -.. ., 1 1. 1 f ,' 1 'f fi 'J 1' fx If' i I 1 - 1 ' . 1 A "1 wol C . - , l1i5 ' ' ' I 1 V I , f ' . 1 , , '. 'E . D ' L 1: tl , 1 : YV I 1 ' Q T. aid, "Th, f 1h, s' gar fqctory is the ' ' ' 1 a ' r e ri 1 -d, HOH1 No, ' i 'ty " ' ' ' -1 A 51 1 I 10.11 !1ia11 . ' ' ' . a 1 -' e ' 'n ,:c1omics. Big L" '- ' ' ' ' I 3 ' 'g G -,1 I I-Iot Sp ' game. 1 S. 25a . . 241 what I hear, DC1 1a 1a 'rl-:en tr, ff zfE':1Q, L1111' fcrzzie I-f 5 5 I - ft th ',' . o d '11 ffe ' g t 'ret her Qrutihes lie Uk.. I - - 24 - - - 3 , 3 , B , -1 -r f ' ' Q1 ' ' ' . . . . PV?-'I - . ' c 1' 1 ' ' ,lay practice. I Wish I - 28 - . - A 1 . ' 'A 4 1 V I 1 Y Feb. G . . . The opening of the Roof Garden formally opened the Declarn party. Feb. 11 . . . We enjoy a reel on Fred Waring and his Pleasure Time. Feb. 14 . . . Valentine Day .... Custer handed us one that wasn't so sweet. A 28 to 30 defeat. The group of boys who went to the Lamb Feeder Conven- tion not only lost their heads, but one boy lost his pants. Naughty, naughty. Feb. 15 . . . Vie played Rapid. The last game of the season. Feb. 22 . . . Deadwood won the district tournament at Sturgis: Belle consolation. Feb. 27 . . . Cadwells left today. We heard a funny story the other day. lt seems on leaving an annual staff meeting after delivering his message, Mr. Cadwell got into his car to drive home, he turned on the lights, then tried the ignition, then dawn came, he was in lacobsen's car. March 1 . . . Oglala won the regional tourney. March 3 and 4 . . . The opera "Pinafore" was given to the accompaniment of a bombardment of tapioca. March ll . . . The Senior high math classes got a new teacher-Mr. Davis from Black Hills Teachers College. March 17 . . . Mr. Arnold wasn't at school. March 21 . . . VVe learned in Latin ll the three highway menaces: ' tl! Drunken Driving, C21 Uncontrolled Thumbing, C33 lndis- criminate Spooning. To put it briefly-Hic, Hike, hug. March 21 . . . The Iunior high math classes are not to be left behind. They got a new teacher, too-Mr. Hart from Greeley, Colorado. March 22 . . . Belle got two trophies at the weight team tourney at Lead. Hurrah for our side! March 27 . . . "B" Club banquet. March 28 . . . Missionary Fletcher gave the school a very interesting talk about Burma. Illustrations and everything. April17 and 18 . . . Our school was evaluated. A play given, "The Great Ioannef' April 25 . . . Physical Education exhibit. April 29 . . . Spring art exhibit. May 1 . . . A music concert in the auditorium. Won't be long before the Music Festival at Rapid City. May 3 . . . Music Festival at Rapid City. May 6 . . . "B" Club Basket Social. May 10 . . . Iunior-Senior banquet. May 15 . . . Iunior-Senior prom. May 25 . . . Baccalaureate. May 26 . . . Commencement. Wouldn't it be fun to know what we commence? May 26 . . . Awards day. May 28 . . . Give a cheer! Give a cheer! Senior Skip Day??? When we go to press, no one knows. lt's a deep, dark secret. l. Don't you dare, Freddie .... 2. Roll off .... 3. Two Pitchers without handles .... 4. Sure is a nice horse .... 5. Waiting for the bell to ring ,... G. Attendants .... 7. This is the poor duck that didn't go to high school .... 8. THREE SMART GlRLS, from the movie of the same name. Q-qw 'v W' 1 'vr'f'tl ei Editor ,..,,.....,................. Business Manager ....... Circulation Manager ....... Art .................................... .... Photography ..,..., Special Pages ..,,.... Features ......................,.. Head of Organizations Pep Club ................ Camera Club ........ "B" Club .........,... . Sub-Deb Club ..,.,,. Hi-Times ................. Student Council ...,..... Dramatics .....,,..,. B O N R S T A Q F F .....,..Donna McKibbin ........Cecile Pattalochi Beals Iohnson lack Pattinson and Virginia LeSueur Helen Wennberg .............Paul Melvin Bernice Iacobson ...Russell Paulson ............Otto Carlson ..........Don Engelson ......Maxine Haber ..............Ioan Frey ........Fred Carlson .,.Dorothy Massie G, A, A, ,,,,,,,,, ............ D orothy Durr Music ,,,,..,,,,,,,,4,, ....,... M arjorie Olson Boys' Athletics ,,,,,,,. ......... K eith Collins Class History ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,...Ai............... H oward Beals Calendar ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,., G loria Hamblin Ctnd LOII Widdoss Typist ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.i,,,,, A da Lee Harrington Advisers i,,,,,,, ,,,,,,i,,,. C lara Rasmusson and Thurlo Tollefson Qur Community Friends The 1941 BRONC staff has been able to sell this annual for a price much lower than the cost of printing and engraving This 1S true to a great extent to the fact that the following men and business firms of Belle Fourche have cooperated generously 1n buying a small space on this page to make 1t possible for you students to have this annual They have done you a favor Now when you girls and fellows have money to spend return the favor by patronlzmg the BRONC advertisers American Colloid tBenton1tel Bob s Lunch Adams Company Burt s Barber Shop Anderson Shoe Shop Bowling Alley and Lunch Alice Beauty Shop Gertrude H Rich Chiropractor First National Bank of The Coast to Coast Store Black H1115 Coffee Cup Mr and Belle Fourche Bee Mrs I C Wood Props Belle Fourche Implement Co Arnold Buick Belle Theatre Cornelius Store Billings Market I H Davis M D Broadhurst and Hanson Dryden Photo Shop Brooker Grocery Da1ly Post Belle Fourche Drug Montana Dakota Utilities Co Burkholder Drug Everts Lunch Brown Drug Fish ci Hunter The Equitable Life Assurance Frey s Hardware CO OfN Y Max Schuft Livestock wool R l B1lS1'1 RGPIGSGINGTIVG hides fur wool and pelts Ben Franklin Frost :S Son P Thurston's Service Station Richards Station .fe 1 age-1 OUR COMMUNITY FRIENDS Gay s Serv1ce Stat1on General Publ1c Ut1l1t1es Inc Golden Rule Store Bank ot Belle Fourche Thompson s Garage Hampton Hotel Belle Fourche Rad1o 61 Electnc Henderson Electnc Co H1 Way Cafe Ideal Beauty Shop I1nk1ns Garage Koller Studro LaBelle Creamery Co Lancaster s Store Dr D A Lmd Rambow Chevrolet Marmello Beauty Shop Mac s Electnc Shop T S Overpeck Montgomery Ward Mr and Mrs L W Harnblln Montgomery Lumber Co Meadowbrook Floral Gardens A E WIIIIH Prop Mabbot s Ice Cream Shop New York Store Walt O Donnell Pattaloch1 Bros Prrtchett s Grocery Parkway Grocery W T Wyckoff Plumb1ng and Sheet Metal Work Mr Lowe Dentlst R I Russell S1d s Garage Lmdy s Super SGIVICS Walsh SGIVICS Stat1on Sly s Grocery Don s Shop S G Sm1th Snyder s Standard SGIVICG Stat1on Stephens SGIVICG Stat1on I C Penney Co Saunder s Ready to Wear and Beauty Shop I O Threadgold M D Shear Texaco Stat1on Trl State Bakery Tr1 State M111 Tr1 State Cafe Red Owl Store U and I Sugar Co U and I Cafe Ioe and Asael Iohnson Props R F Voyles Insurance Vrergets SGIVICG Stat1on Howell Motor Co Shlpley s Mob1lgas Stat1on Voyles Serv1ce Stat1on Wendelken Da1ry Young s Cleaners H L Sturges Canvas and Glass Goods Saunders Young Lumber Co R. 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