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

 - Class of 1950

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7lze Beam: f1,,uelefee,zz,e Semen Glue al Belle Waufu-Jae Jingle Selma! Belle aamclze Sauellz fbakalcz ezafaewoacf In years to come when we look through thus 1950 annual we shall rndeed thunk of the faculty as wardens and guards Not In terms of a prrson but as the guards of our future and wardens of whatever measure of success we have attamed dedrcate thus yearbook to Superintendent Frank Kober Hrs frrst full year as Superrntendent has been successful May all the rest turn out as well 2 O I We, the l950 Senior Class of Belle Fourche High School, rqnnuaf SLIM Ts Sud CI PD RNII DD NR K Sd B MPI PB P DZ Ronald Wllson Edntor Beverly Klssack Assnstant Editor Donabel Nuckelson Business Manager Paul Plummer Crrculatlon Manager Dons Kapsa Glrls Sports Larry Ross Boys Sports Dons Pndgeon A Charlotte Forde Howard Tope Typang Duane Kang Typmg Joyce Brown Typmg Norman Durr Classes Mary Larson Features Fred Zummerman Photography 3 ve. Q l 5 , Pi , . x A 6 I A . 2 ' rx ,1 . ll - l s 1 C' Sv C , .X , . ' ., T , , ., c 4, 1 ' s 4 4 , X, A X n J , . Q M w K, 4 . ,z - y.. , .,....f11 . I . 15" W, f ,,,M...., 'A n ing, left to right: ar Lilevjen, ad 'oe ' Ka u, ., Wilson, . ick son, ., . eu, L., ing, D. cate : Kiuick, Larson, ., uimer, ., rown, J., T p H. F de, C., ridgeo ., immerman, F. . . , I . . 1 rt .. Aff 7a,Ueaf Ganjeniii W Q I fnnwfevi Que '7une Paaalea , v 'S o ig' W .. ' . if '9"'.1 . . ' A , ll " . . 4 F: LV f J 7 4 up f! America's next ten years can be the richest, most rewarding years in all history. You, whose pictures appear in this book can and must have a part in making this an actuality. No one can foretell the future. We may run into disasters and complications at home and abroad. But one sure guide for all of us is to take a sober measure of our own strength. We are by long I odds the richest most productive nation in human history how fo-'A' ever some Americans still haven t enough to eat or to wear or a house fit to live in or proper schooling or medical care According to experts if we could but step up our output one tenth above what we might normally expect we could produce enough in Amenca to abolish want and hunger and bnng every human being up to minimum living standards or above My hope is that you young folk our present inmates can help Amerlc achieve this highly desirable goal To the Students of Belle Fourche High School The desire to learn is the first requisite of success Granting the existence of this desire the next necessity is the proper tool with which to do the work in the best possible manner Education can be this proper tool Schooling learning and formal training all go to help develop the individual to better adjust his living and life to the accepted pattern of society lf we should so imprison our minds to new developments and worthy activities we imprison ourselves to progress and advance ment Through education we may release ourselves from such im pnsonment Two qualities of our personal living should be foremost in our daily development Character and Reputation Character is what a person is Reputation is what others think he is lt is well to remember what a poet once said At learning s fountain it is sweet to dnnk But tis a nobler privilege to think W R Arnold Jr Principal 6 Frank Kober Superintendent r 'QQ 41 .Shwlmle Q ll elf! 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' 2 P27771 ' 1 " F . - . U ' K . f 5 h .W - ' .' ' 4 .Q .z - ' K 'V ' ,L W 0 ' ' - A f 1 - - 4' ' . ., I . ,. W V' , . . . 1' ' I ' 4 J 1 'J rf? NV Waee '7ame "anal I Ti Standing left to right Corson J Gannon M McLaughlln J Thomas R , Stephens F, Helmer M LIHdl'fld,B Back Row Olmsted G Ledger C Brems A, Grapes, J Justuce A, Arbuckle R Mnddle Row Scheele D Eracsson D Brammer S McClure, M Berglund, E Front Row Edmondson M , Newell, J , Penn A , Lmdstad J Middle Sectuon Jones, D Patenode, G Durr, M , Fondy P Schnltger, I "ami Standlng, left to right Corson, J Dawn J Fowler D Handy C Mr Olmsted, Director Back Row Breml A Justice A, Smith M Cessna, J Mlddle Row Kokelh D Smiley, M Ledger, C Shear B Ryan, S Front Row Burglund E Wnlllamn, M GPIPCM J Eric: ION. R Mlddle Sectuon Denzm C Berg D, Kmdxfater, M Sturges, R Baurd J Wlckx S Looms: L Graham J Young, A Topo, W. B0yer J , Gllbert R Howell D Front Row Redmond T Brown, P Muddle Row Albert: R Shevllng A, Snyder, D Ericsson, R BHK Row Clary, K, Kokem, J Hamer, D, G-Ibm. J sn-neun, R sam-fuer, I: 24 x , 8 i 3 g , . Z i . 2 K V f ,i 5 A 1 , , ,?' 1 Q 1 1 2 ' 1 L36 ' ,fd 'v' 4 5 . To Q f . I Qx 1-.vi Q4 Q. 5 41 Q. 5 X Q fl 1 1' . , .,: , . Y ' .y - , . I I . f . , l . . . : , 1, q 1 -y .' 1 -I 1 , l .S Redmond, T., Thompson, T., Nickodym, B., Lakson, D., Loomis, G., Brown, P. g ' A 3 5 , . I Z- s 1 2 2 , 5 , Z D i 1 . ' , I 4 I , Y .-1- .. ' ' : ., ' , ., , ., ' , ., . ' . : , ., ' . ' , ., - I ' : , ., ' ., ., , ., . : , ., ' ' ., ., ' - - - ' I ' v -, . - ' -. -, ' . -. ' . -. ' . -. 1 -I -I - . - , ., , . : , ., . ' : , ., ' , . ., ' . I . ., . ' ., ' ., ' . u ll Wd Standing, left to rlght Mr Olmsted Director Wyman J Mlddle Section Snyder D Broadhurst T Sturges, R Smiley, B, Durr, M Graham J , Llndstad, J , Dahlhelmer A Erlcsson R Front Row, rlght to left Alberts, R Leslle C Aho, J Wllluams, S Thomas, W Matson, J Tope, H Mlddle Row Clary, K Denzm, C, Boyer, J Howell D, Wendt, J , Penfold, T, Larsen, L Back Row Gllbert, J , Shevlmg, B, Gordon, W, Aho G Prldgeon, D Llndstad, W vgllnn if Back Row, left to rlght Ferns E , Countryman, B Jarvl R Johnston, B Ledger C Oleson, 0 McMaster B , Cooper, J Coleman, H , Romlck, R Spauldlng, J Hanson, A , Ledger, D Second Row Pannter P, Vanderhule, P, Jeremaason J , Broadhurtt, L Glacometto L, Loxea T Larson, D, Edwards D, Schaub W Shundoll R, Helnbaugh, J, Vlrgoren, M Front Row Mr Olmsted Dlrector Gorwull F . . Hanlfy, A , Arthur G , Cobb, L Edwards J Lovell, E Weeks, F , Ericsson, B Over-peck, G Scott L , Wood, B , York, E 25 A T 3 T 1 5 Cl ' , J 4 ' F ' f 2 1 1' Q 'Q I , f f Q if V ,Q f . U . . 'G' B 3 P ? f 5 if? L14 ws' lc lf -an "wg . ' ff-f-fe' 0 J .1 X H Vlzfffg' H tl J :A - V. - l,"-g ' fb N A --' , "",: l. , I l Back Row, left to right: Johnson, B., Wyman, J., Nolan, S., Ward, D., Graham, J., Smith, M., Penfold, T., Arbuckle, G., Tope, H., Ross, L. Wilson, R., Matson, J. Second Row: McClure, M., Hiahsaw, J., Penn, A., Durr, M., Richards, N., Heebink, B., Kehrberq, S., Bevans, K. Heinbaugh, R., Oleson, O., Davis, W., Zimmerman, F. Third Row: Russell Olmsted, director, Allan, V., Mabbott, T., Painter, J., Helmer, D. Wakefield, L., McLaughlin, J., Smiley, B., Crabbe, E., Brown, P., Kissick, S., Davis, J., Kaiser, T. Front Row: Lindstad, J., Brown, J. Blythe, S., Ankner, P., Kapsa, D., Evans, G., Priewe, P., Karinen, J., Girardi, B., Shevling, B., Fisher, M., Tetrault, C. qv... ew Back Row, left to right: Cessna, J., Busfleld. J., Stephens, F., Graham, J., Ward, D., Wyman, J., Smith, M., Thornby, B., Kissick, B., Wyman, J., Heebink, B. Third Row: Priewe, P., Wicks, S., Nelson, A., Nickodym, B., McCullough, S., Johnson, B., Richards, R., Richards, N., Pelaez, D., McClure, M., Arhuckle, M., Kaiser, T. Second Row: Bennett, D., Nason, R., Davis, B., Ryan, S., Edmondson, M., Jones, D., Sloan, F., Starr, H., Sturges, R., Allan, V., Noyce, L., Redmond, T. Front Row: Shindoll, R., Fisher, M., Werlinger, V., Shevling, B., Evllllv T.. Gannon, M., Kehrberg, S., Brown, P., Hegge, C., Girardi, B., Tetrault, C., Milli, M. 26 ,i , .,4 'l , lzbv W lg I 4' Q -- V .. 1: ' I K, '-'Q ,A Q 6 'Q 5? Back Row, left to right: Alberts, K., Wallace, L., Durr, N., Pluimer, D., Freemole, D., Thomas, W., Fowler, R., Wyman, J., Thornby, B., Kissick, B., Busfield, J., Stephens, N., McCullough, S., Donald, P. Third Row: Patenode, G., Pridgeon, P., Browning, M., Cooper, J., Clary, K., Ridinger, C., Shay, R., Cessna, J., Richards, R., Arbuckle, M., Wicks, S., Jones, D., Allan, V. Second Row: Edmondson, M., Nickelson, D., Newell, J., Wilson, J., Evans, T., Aho, J., Aho, G., Thomas, R., Sturges, R., Ryan, S., Helmer, M., Hegge, C., Schnitger, D. First Row: Larson, M., Noyce, L., Davis, B., Mills, M., Lindstad, J., Fondy, P., Shindoll, R., Hodge, B. l ,U ll IL.. 1- Q Left to right: Edmondson M., Durr, N., Thomas, W., Tape, H., Matson, J., Wyman, J., Schnitger, I., Dahlheimer, A., Fondy, P., Nickodym, B., Pridgeon, D., Lindstad, W. 4, 2 4 ll l Q l 4' ' 5 yg, L 'V I , I Q, f 2 l l f 1 , 5 2 f 1 lsr 2, .- lf. l A f l ll l f l 4 C 5 W Left to right: Wyman, J., Aho, J., Penn, A., Aho, G. 27 5 . , Waddell "1 Stand ng lftto ah! Freemole K Tope H Free ol D Shel D W ert J Alb ru, K P11 g G Nol E Hejde D Smth Green J G P G Pe fold T Cla L e oah Conne J ma e N np t re La yRo At the beglnnlng of the season with about fifty boys turnlng out for practice the prospects seemed very promlsmg The Broncs In the flrst game of the season defeated Lead 35 0 although they lost the services of Larry Ross who broke has leg In thus game In the flrst home game Rapnd Cnty defeated Belle 27 I2 It was the only con ference loss of the season Thelr eastem trup proved successful as they defeated Muller 27 0 Belle then beat Spear flsh 27 I4 ln the homecoming game Deadwood was defeated 26 0 On a snow covered fleld Belle ran over Sturgls 27 0 The next game Belle boosted thelr total wlns to sux games against one loss by beating Hot Spnngs I9 6 ln the funal game of the season Belle lost to Casper Wyomnng 27 l2 Wuth sux wms and one loss Belle ended up second m the conference standmgs 9 Co Capt n Dan Doody 28 Co Capt: n Don Froemolo ' 1 Q Q ' , . . A .S F51 -' "' .""-... at fo fl t"A ' B ' ' ' -- P' .I , a . .4 4 ' - - - 'I 5 0 U ' f I Q H i , e ri : , ., , ., m e, ., v ing, ., ill , ., e ., e er, ., r in, ., , ., i , D., Kirk, J., Haeger, M., Fowler, E. Kneeling: Davin, M., Matson, J., Kling, F., Pridgeon, P., Amen, H., Penn, D., Patenode, G., Doody D., , ., els, S., arkl, ., Pluimer, P., n , ., r il vjen, c c , r, ., student nag r. ot i ic u , rr ss. . - 3 ' 1 1 ' - 4 T 1 Q . lr- lx . E ,. 1 1. I X V ""J :Q 1 9 fi, . - i : - i : pw' Stand ng left torght John Bllnoton Coach Amen H Tope H Freemole D Plume P Pfleger G Norln E Hejde D Freemole K Penfold T Smmons,J Kneelng Conne J Ron L manager: The Broncs started the season by defeatmg Platte Chamberlam and Plerre on a trap east of the rwer In the fourth game Belle rolled up an nmpresslve score whsle beahng Beresford Belle lost thelr flrst two conference games but after they got started lost only one more durmg con ference play The Broncs spllt the two games with Sturgis Rapid and Hot Sprmgs but won both games from Spearfush Deadwood Lead and Custer After a dramatlc flmsh m which the three top teams In the conference Belle Rapld and Sturgls played each other Belle and Rapud Cnty tled for the conference championship In the sectional tournament the Broncs defeated Lead In the flrst game but lost to Sturgis the next two mghts Although the boys dldn t go to state tournament they had a very flne team 4 1 Co Captann. Don Freemole 29 Co Captam Howard Topo fzgagtl ,fl , ,I yy. L ,K - l A 1 - 5 - . 1 . , . l lx :-' I , ' , f . . 1 Q x Q ' ' ' 1 2 y ' .' , , an 4 4 .' 7 ' ,Q . ' x l v l - ' ' V sa 3, A 4 ' i - 5 1 ii . 1 y -l f -I 1 -, i P. -. I -I 5. -. r -1 I ., , ., i . i : r, ., , ., . Q I u n I . I' I I I I I I ' n o u c 0 I I I I , . 'W A V 1 l . W ' r,Vj,ig,3 ' ' . 1' l i 5 Y I H811 Back Row, left to right Freemole, D, Knrk J Haeger M Hejde D Norlan, E Pfleger, G Alberto K Shevllng, D Smlth, D Plummer, P, Matson, J Middle Row Cooper J , Patenode G Penn, D, 0'Donnell R, Penfold, T Ron, L Tope, H , Freemole, K Doody, D Clar Lalevjen, sponsor Front Row Conner, J Parks G Gen, S , Beln, G , Zimmerman, F Green, J Prrdgeon, P , DIVII, M , Amen, H Kllng, F awk IT! Left to rnght Amen H Doody, D Bean, G Hejde D Freemole, D, Cooper, J , Znmmermnn, F, manager 30 X ,M V K A Vg 5' J N ' t I I If f 1 5 T 9 -I ,M o, 1 T I' , 'J' V 9' ., 111 5? f . 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' V V ,fgr- . 1 V f .Q h - W Q A . r Q44 ""W!'w- 'NYM I Joyce Brown, prenden Barbara Conger, sponsor Cheerleaders Howell, Kapn, Smaley, Edmondson 32 Q'1414MemJw1 ir Back Row, left to rrght Stephens N Ward, D Cessna, J Norlln, D Nolan, S Stephens, F , Penn, A Middle Row Mun Conger, sponsor, Edmondson M , Nlckelson, D Kinney, K, Wicks, S Smith, P Rlchardaon, D Hegqe, C Front Row Hodge, B , Brown, J Ericsson, D, Noyce, L, Brown, P , Schnltger, D, Kapsa, D, Kung, D, Klnney, D ll! 5 ohh N f-" 4-cr"-U Left to rvght Sturges, R Ward, D , Smiley, B, Ryirh 5, MC'-luihllm J 33 O O I r L' ' 1 1 ' ' 3 'zz 5 2 .. 5 - ' ' S ' -0 ' ' " f. 2 f nz-4 4 A 4 " .X 3 , 4 , Z Q 4 Q as f 4. - '. r, , A ,, - . , 'ii ,, , ,,, 1. a 9 "' A 2 5 W ' " 0 Y M ,, I.. . -L , , M ' 1- gf- ,, I F 4 , 1 E i . Q , V 5 S V I 1:9 X . fr rf. ,Q 0 I 1 fi 1 Ny ei JAM, X V, 4 K Y If A .pt I fl I S ff' 0 ' 1 an., ' ' , l ' ' ' 'i f 1,1 . 'a-af ' 1 wif L X, ' 0 l J 11, I , ' . I A I , 3 8 ' A I I . 'Z -if . Q . Q . 1. 4. J. 14. . A f 1 LJ LA 5-' .-I "-I I' li' 8.4 Standmg left to right Hannfy R Knrkbrlde M Davis D, Helmer Donna, Helmer, Dora Larson M , Ryan, S Newell, J Stetter B, Brown P, Knsuck, S Erlcsson D Mrs MacLean sponsor Seated Edmondson M Kapsa, D Shmdoll, R Stephens, N , Hodge, B, Schnntger, I, Lmdltad, J, Helrner M fo- Y 5. Back Row leftto rlght Heebmk B Mr: Roberts sponsor McClure M KIISICK B Front Row Stulley, M, Lyons. V Kalmbach, B Clarkson C Ryan, S Cartwnght, C 34 ' ' F 5 - b. A 1- f 1 NU 1 V x if X V HIV- M V Y L C il O f , 5 2 I 3 -1 -. V 334 ' gr .. K H I 5 3-4 Q 'X ' 'il 1 5 Q J?"1.' f i x . Y . 1 2 , 1 ' f g N 43 Z 5 - J v l .. ' A ' . N x, 5 ' Sf . ' ' A I 7 ,. . R M .B 'f 1 H X M M - , i - ' U5 f f ,I ,. .4 Q, 7'- T fu Left to right Helmer D , Forde C , Lyons, V , Nolan S Miss Rogers, coach, Brownlng, M Wilson, R Pelaez, D , Knasnck, B at "'-s. 'Sv A-0 51 I2 Standmg, left to rnght Schmtger, D, Nolan, S, Jones, D, Cessna, J , Brost, B , Thornby, B , Forde, C , Helmer, D, Klulck, B , McClure, M , Wllson, R, Lyons, V , Alberts, R , Cooper, J, Browning, M, Robanson, K , Mus Rogers, coach, Noyce, L, Karlnen, J Seated Sloan, F , Edmondson, M , Hughsaw, J , Pelaez, D 35 ' 'i f F l Q' L ' - 1 F F l A T D ' f - F 'L t I 7F'ri,bf -h -D' S Fw 1 V, w if N My, N , A I A 1 L-M . ' , F :X l ' , 'J A ' I 1.1 , 1 I F '1 77 Q, -A 'Fi' F R F f " - - - F fl X ' , ' f Y f L' " 'V l F - - 5 , , F . . ' Q., 4 , 'gg' , I ,174 Q WI A , ff 3 I F - 4 S " ' Y A X" 'V' A V' , ,f ,lv " . I F K a Jia 7mm 3 . . iii -.1 C Back Row Klsslck B Hodge B Patenode G Thornby B Brownlng M Lyons V Doug Bell sponsor Edmondson M Oleson O Wul son R Smnth P 'W-sry Vi N r ' no f 'Vik ,": .21 ana., 36 1 'EO . na 351 n i , :hz s I ' E WT, mf 5'Q' ' ' Hi Q ' K 54 P1 N gg . 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Blume flag lil W3-1 IN DM if t zu .J -pil WMKEE, X Y I Llshfmg e s 2 nm Grade Float 3 s 4 114- Grade rum 5 Mmmufe HlTlmes nm 4I Q-vu. 5 , I-2'-5 19 ,I 'QW "" in f 17 ar ef ff ' 7welue ' ATT? t N rman Durr, Phyllis Fondy, Beverly Kiuick, Mary Larson, Donabel Nickeleon, Joanne Painter HISTORY The senior "inmates" are receiving their parole after twelve years of hard labor, but we are just beginning our life's journey. We feel that a commendable record has been left of our four years of high school and that an even greater one will be made by us in the coming years. The class of 1950 began their school career in 1938, with twenty-three out of our graduates starting school and continuing all twelve hears here. These long-termers include: Arbuckle, Barbour, Brown, Doody, Durr, Edmondson, Highsaw, Kissick, Long, Matson, McCullough, O'Donnell, Pridgeon, Schnitger, Shay, Sigman, Smith, Stephens, Thomas, Tope, Willert, Wilson, and Zimmerman. As freshmen we were the last class to be initiated -in a completely undignified fashion, including gunny sack dresses, gym shoes, girl's shorts, and gunny sack hair. The registration of several rural stu- dents, most of whom are graduating here, made a welcome addition to our class. Our first year in high school, we elected Larry Ross, president. ln our sophomore year, we made tl1e "B" which, to our delight, burned with the first match. That year we broke the hoax on school dances by giving a"whalloping good" one. Selling candy and gum in the halls was also a successful venture. Our junior year we were put to hard labor! Selling hot dogs, coffee, candy, and pop at football games involved a lot of headaches and work but we profited considerably well. In order to earn money for the prom and banquet, we went to work selling magazines, breaking all previous records by top- ping the S1500 mark. -LN .1 " "' ,Q W s 'su as S -0 , . 1 feb "' ls' X Q 'F' V Q' 1 -4 Y I ' P T , I mx I .V r. "5 eg-i.l"'h I l Most Athletic Most Athlet All Around All Around Moat Likely ,Girl Boy Girl Boy To Succeed DOH! Klvu Don Freemole Doris Pridgeon Howard Tope Girl JoAnn Wyman 42 ill 1 7wefae ' 26 r-:qi , 'ts 1 'J 'vi .fix 'U' 'Y 1. Beverly Penn, Doris Pridgeon, Waiter Thomas, Bonnie Thornby, Ronald Wilson, JoAnn Wyman Another success was chalked up when the class play, "Granddad Steps Out," was presented. A re- peat performance was given a week later for hospital benefit. Weeks of toil resulted in our "Southland" banquet and prom, put on for the seniors. The gym was transformed into a huge country garden with a southern mansion dominating one end. We helped with baccalaureate and commencement, anxious to take our place as seniors. At last the big year arrived! WE were SENIORS! Upperclassmenl We elected and crowned Doris Pridgeon as Bronc Day queen and Paul Pluimer as marshal in impres- sive Bronc Day festivities. Then we woke up - the annual was to be published by us this year!! So we went to work on it, in- cluding an all-school minstrel sponsored in order to gain pictures for the yearbook. The seniors took over the city for a day with Ron Wilson as mayor. A gay time was had by all and now we feel we are capable of running our fair city. Sophisticated seniors really lived up to the name when they had dress-up day. University tests showed us how much we hadn't learned yet. The juniors put on a lovely banquet and prom for us. Sunday evening, May 2l, an impressive baccalaureate service was held in our honor. We received our parole papers on May 25 which ended twelve long, hard, but fun-packed, years. 'MW3' 33 t 58. 'G it if Di lf' if 35 Most Likely Wittiezt Wittiest Juliet Romeo To Succeed Girl Bay Donabel Nickellon Larry Ron Boy Charlotte Forde Clifton Brownell Ronald Wilson 43 SEPTEMBER OCTOBER 6 NOVEMBER DECEMBER JANUARY School fbaqa School days at BFHS agam Furst football game of the season was played at Lead Although we won 35 0 we lost Larry Ross who broke hrs leg Rapld defeated Belle on the home fleld 27 12 Football team left for Muller Belle defeated Muller 27 0 Spearfnsh lost to Belle on the Spartan fleld 27 14 Margone Edmondson edltor Verena Lyons assistant edrtor and Doug Bell advrser to the Hr Tumes left for Brookmgs for the S D H S Press Assocuatlon meetmg the 8th and 9th Coronatlon of Dons Pndgeon as Queen and Paul Pluumer as Marshal was held with Impressive cere monies In the gym A rouslng pep meetmg and the burnmg of the B followed Bronc Day Floats were decorated In the mornlng parade In the afternoon The Broncs trounced Deadwood 26 O In the homecommg game A successful dance an the gym capped the day School vacatron' The teachers attended SDEA conventuon rn Raprd Cnty Mr Brllmgton s biology classes toured the sugar beet factory What a smell' The Broncs defeated Sturgis on a snow covered Scooper fneld 27 0 Brr was It cold' Hot Sprlngs lost to Belle on our home field 19 6 A strong Casper team handed the Broncs a 27 12 defeat on the Bronc held Mitchell Cam s maglc show entertained a large evenlng crowd Armrstrce Day observance was held at the theater Students were drsmnssed for the day Thanksglvmg vacatlon started at 4 O0 Happy Day' Declam meet at Newell Everybody looked pretty National School studuos took prctures Sensor Dress Up Day weren t we purty7 Butte County basketball tournament m Belle Basketball team left on eastern trap Defeated Platte 68 52 Success agam Chamberlam 39 Belle 59 Thnrd tlme s a charm Broncs defeat Plerre Lnvmg Pictures presented Chnstmas program by faculty what a scream' Vacation what else could we ask for? lnvrtatronal tournament held at Sturgis Rapnd defeated the Broncs Belle vs Spearflsh We won' School reopens after Chrrstmas vacatlon Hot Spnngs downed Belle 29 27 Broncs travel to Sturgls Lose 38 36 Broncs trounced Deadwood 56 27 on the home court Spearflsh lost to Belle 48 42 on the Spartan court Debaters Mass Rogers and Mr Arnold left for Phlllp debate tournament 20th and 21st Belle walloped Lead 60 38 44 6- '. 16-' . , -, , 23- ' ' , - . 29- ' . 30- ' , -. 7- ' ' , - . 7- .. 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" , . 20- , - , 26 27 FEBRUARY MARCH 9 0 16 17 APRIL MAY 9 Selmalfb The Broncs chalked up another vnctory by beatnng the Custer Wnldcats Matnnee of the gunnor class play 'We Shook the Famnly Tree Jumor class play Nurse spoke to sennors on a career nn nursnng Semester exams Some lucky stooges had B averages and were excused from all tests Rapnd won over Belle nn a tnght contest 28 32 on the Cobbler court Debaters compete nn tournament at Rapnd Cnty Custer bows to Belle S7 49 on the Wnldcat court Belle wnns over Hot Sprnngs 44 24 on last game of Southern Hnlls trnp Sundance was host to debaters nn a practnce debate Annual staff sponsored mnnstrel gnven to gann snaps for the annual Pnctures for the annual taken by Mr Fassbender Good excuse for cuttnng classes anyhow Chamber of Commerce banquet for football and basketball teams Band concert nn audntornum-enjoyed by all especnally the solo work Nnce work kndsl Spearfnsh bowed to the Broncs 53 41 on the Belle Court Debate tournament at Deadwood Wenght team games wnth Lead Faculty party complete wnth square dancnng Belle trounced Deadwood on the Bear court 51 39 Tournament at Sturgns attended by debaters Sennors run the cnty Ron Wnlson was elected mayor for the day after a week of hot campangnnng South Dakota State College tests taken by sennors Belle defeats a strong Rapnd Cnty team 53 47 on the Bronc court Annual sent to press what a relnefl' Lead 27 Broncs 50 Belle was host to debaters at a tournament 11 Sectnonal tournament Belle 53 Lead 33 Sturgns 40 Rapnd 55 Belle 39 Sturgns 45 Rapnd 67 Lead 33 Belle 39 Sturgns 42 18 State A tournament Snoux Falls Good Frnday vacatnon Easter Monday College Day Conference track meet held nn Rapnd Cnty Sensor play A Regnonal track meet at Hot Sprnngs Junnor sennor banquet Junnor sennor prom A State track meet Aberdeen Baccalaureate Commencement Vacatnon, but for only 3 short months 45 21- . . . . 23- . . . 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I5 The Bongo Kld I6 Cutie I7 Three Musketeers I8 Learning, Larry7 I9 Hlldegarde 20 Crammlng 2I Jeanette and Bev 22 Faysue-Waysle. 46 Em 0 Bank of Belle Fourche Becker Drug -Belle Fourche Bee Belle Fourche Dairy - Grade A Milk Pasteurized and Homogenized Cheese Guy Harry Belle Fourche Electric Appliance Co. Belle Fourche Greenhouse Belle Fourche Lumber Co. Building Material Belle Service Station B GG Standard Grocery Billings Market Black Hills Power and Light Co Black Hills Round Up Bobs Lunch Boyers Shoe Shop Bronc Barber Shop Bruggeman Electric Burts Barber Shop Butte County Motors Carters Drug The Rexall Store C L Carter Prop Clark Music Store Everything in Music Phone 540 aaiencfd Commercial Club Conner's Super Market Daily Post Don Pratt Grill Dorothy's Beauty Shop Dr. J. E. Bowen Dr. R. M. Buck Dr. J. H. Krenzien, O.D., Optometrist Dr. D. A. Lind Dr. Keith Logan -Chiropractor Lowe Dentist X-Ray First National Bank of the Black Hills Freys Hardware Gays Service Hampton Recreation Room Lunches and Pool H L Sturges Canvas goods and glass H N Body Shop Hodge Bootery Howell Motor Co Hub Clothing Store Hugh Klsslck Transportation lce Cream Shop J C Penney Store Jim Ross Photography Photo Engraving J S Baker Kapsas Service Station - - Dr. - ' - Coast-to-Coast Store I , . . B. E. Colby - Insurance of all kinds 47 Gas, Oil, Accessories Um 0 Kelly Electric Kimport's Store Kissick's Highland Grocery La Belle Creamery McDonald lmplement Max Schuft G Son McMahon Shoe Company McVicker Truck Line Meadow Brook Garden, A. E. 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