Fort Lewis College - Katzima Yearbook (Durango, CO)

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A"'u"'eY' 1'J. ,., Y . - . . -.' 1 -min j.-gg, Q I-7 , V L KT,-rr is- 'V K "1'a'w'5" ff- :Fl . ,- ., - ,. ., Wy f 1 aifrg U-kwa,,1.L , '25 -1C"5 ' , ,M -.,:,4NV+ 35- . e Ip ' , .. . '- ' 1 1 A 'K 'ff ' L +4 -.,. . .' I I .,,gT'h .422 Q M ns, I I -1 wk 7 . , , 'l i xl f 'Sl 'I 1 r w , . , , , ., J' , fs, , EFX'-V' - V ,, . '.-,.H, , n F 1 x DET The CADET staff presents this 1962 yearbook to you the students of Fort Lewis A 81 M College. Remember all the good times we have had?--Homecoming and the Indians Club's lighting of the "A", initiation, Westerner's Week, the cheerleaders's and Pep Club's rousing yells at the games, Pi Tau's lovely queens QBob Kile and Linda Carterl, the Ski Club's trip to Aspen, deerhunting season, Christmas, the bull sessions, the multi-colored lights from the boys dorms, the late hours and black looks during exam periods, the guidance of Student Senate and the lnterdorm Council and wonderful patience of the house mothers and counslers. Our deepest thanks and appreciation go to all those who made possible this annual. It is but a token of rememberance and gratitude for all that we have received at Fort Lewis, the little college among the beautiful Rocky Mountains in Southern Colorado. 2 DEDICATION SCHOOL SCENES ACADEMIC DIVISION Administration and F aculty CLASS DIVISION CAMPUS LIFE DIVISION Organizations and ' Activities SPORTS DIVISION ADVERTISING DIVISION COTE w 5, , 'yu x ww H Wy N , if: .im QW w VLA N Ji, . lf: m-', , .3 ,Ye ff xi' r f L.- 3.4 sd L-6-I 1-do 'ei' si .-aewy.,,,. -I' --.p,": Q, ? 5f13'Q,,: ' X . f2:12fzm"m,. X 3 ..-1' I Q 1 13 43? I , K. '- L -' N 4.1.-gba 1 Q ,Qu f.- I Q5-2 9" LK ..,. mv- Q' ' rf, 'Nu i29'?'i3'5Ll ,,, '-"- .236 .J tix L ni 3-Qs .SDF S - 11-1 'guilt - -Y L L J Q I ' N 11" 'Z wwf im: if Ai 419 'i'? ,, .ina-I . -sg. 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We must pledge ourselves for a better world in which men may deal justly with one another and in which oppression and strife may no longer curse the earth. We will find security for ourselves only as we seek security for all people on earth. A prerequisite lies in the creation of a world community, only recently have governmental leaders acknowledged that education applies to international affairs. A truly educated world popu- lace will strive to avoid an international catastrophe. Continued growth of colleges and universities is necessitated by the demands of an ever-increasing national student population. Presently Fort Lewis A gl M College is in the strongest position of its history in all its resources of faculty, staff and physical plant. Acknowledging that excel- lence has its price in any field, the administration is looking ahead to the demands in facilities and staff to maintain excellence. The provision of the required facilities of staff and physical plant is acknowledged as a prerequisite of excellenceg however, the individual stu- dent must also acknowledge that he must pay the price of excellence in de- votion, hard work and a sincere effort to do his best. Today, when nuclear bombs, and quided missiles threaten civilization and the human race itself, time is perhaps a nation's greatest resource. You must utilize your time to the maximum in expediting your academic background preparatory to en- tering into your chosen profession. The streamlined liberal arts curriculum, programed to a trimester calendar as proposed by this College will make it possible for the student to complete the curriculum requirements for the Baccalaureate Degree in less than three calendar years. Fort Lewis A gl M College accepts the responsibility of growing in strength and resources to meet the needs of an expanding student population and of providing the kind of educational program needed by the graduate to meet the challenges of today's and of tomorrow's world. The administration and faculty pledge to its students a sense of community of purpose devoted to the pursuit of excellence in all its forms as appropriate to a college. Charles Dale Rea President 11 11 ,v-A -i-Q. ,gg , ,gcm 5.5 THE STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTUREQ BACK ROWV: William E. Morgan EX -Officio Memberg Amer Leh- mang C. Clarence Wanekag john I-I. Brownellg Homer L. Pearsong joseph Whalley, Treasurer. SEATED: Mary Scotty Dr. Dale Reag David E. McGraW5 Charles L. Terrell, Secretaryg I. Selby Young. I2 Mr. Dan Black frightj takes care of all fin- ancial worries of the college. ml I ' Z-U ly- I Mr. Norman Bender Qrightj, students go to him when they have financial pro- blems. sg Dean Ned Wallace fLeftj, students may consult him when in question. EL" if A 1 mm- 53 ' '.f mg , 'H -- , A. f Aff JE- ' M-Pc .W n U "I - .... my 1" V w 1, 'N' M J X 71. M71 W5 .e. -'K - ., qv . ,J K 5' I. Ku' W if Lyle Howard, the representative of Fort Lewis to the entire state. Charles Reid, the first man every student entering Fort Lewis sees at registration time. Ei Mrs. Willis, secretary no Mr. Black, Mrs. Zurenko, secretary to Mr. Bender, Mrs. Weibel, secretaryto Mr. Reid. I 'l5 Dean Randall Taylor, who brings his irrepressible optimism to jobs both as Dean of Faculty and teacher w V of Physical Science . Mrs. Sylvester, secretary to Dr. Reag Mrs. Simpson, secretary to Dean Taylor, Vicki Milton, secretary to Mr. Goodwin. 'I6 Leroy Goodwin, the publicity man, who was last year's sponsor and who this year is looking on with a detached smile. ' if J 1 f 42- -... -9,25 X UX " N Q .4-f' L X U' R . .-A If-,lj I' i':'sf6m fP',ff'n 18947 Mrs. Bradneyk the school nurse, who does more good with her good sense of humor, than alljlqer medicines. ,. 7 fe ' Quincy Ashback and Mrs. Olson, mother to over 200 girls, sometimes guardiafns sometimes parents, and always friends. joe Powers, who is the most sensible young man on the campus and youngest sensible man on the campus. William Maiser, who deals out a truckload of Quent Rehmert, who supplied such good food all year that one student says he came here "just because the food was good." books once each semester, is head of the campus bookstore . Pat Tabor, who has probably the nastiest job in the school --discipline. I8 ALICE ADMIRE, B. S. Home Economics 'O F FRANK BOWMAN, Ph. D. Geology DONALD D. BUSHNELL, M.A. Mathematics NORMAN I. BENDER, B.S., B. A. A ccounting WILLARD O. BOWMAN, M.A. Education DAVID BERG, M. S English GEORGE W. BRENIMAN, M.S. I9 Agriculture STANTON ENGLEHART, B. F. A. Art RONALD J. HENSEN, B. S. Engineering ROBERT DELANEY, Ph. D. Social Science MARIAN I-IALLOCK, M. A. Women' s P. E. 20 SIDNEY COI-IEN, Ph. D. Chemistry LeROY W. GOODWIN, M.A. English, journalism WALLACE D. HUNTER, M.B.A Business WILLIAM T. ISABELL M.A. , Business K CRAIG W. IAMES, M.A. Social Studies WAYNE L. JOHNSON, M.S. Engineering JEANETTE MARTIN, M.A . English FLOYD W. KELLY, M.A. Business 21 DONALD R. JOHNSON, M.S Biological Science ARTHUR L. LONG, M.A. Librarian, French WALTER E, PAYNE, M. E. D Physical Education HERBERT E. OWEN, Ph.D. Biology Mathematics JOSEPH F. POWERS, M.S., B.S. FREDRIC PLACI-IEY, M. A. JAMES O. MOORE, A.B. , M. A. , L. L. B. English, journalism W. WENDELL PHILLIPS, M.A English Social Science 22 FRED REDMORE, B. A. Lab Chemistry cl-IARLES H. REID, JR., M.Ed. Mathematics RANDALL D. TAYLOR, M.A. Physical Science CHARLES G. WILEY, Ph. D. English EDWIN W. WALLACE, M.E. EDVVIN ROSENKRANZ, M. M. Music L Physical Education 23 a H H i DAVID SPANGSBERG, M.A Industrial Arts DONALD F. WHALEN, M.A. Physical Education F Dr. Charles Wiley, here stands the master of nursery rhymes. David Berg, those all embracing gesters. ii The art of sewing is something only a few have. Mrs. Alice Admire is one of those selected few. . it 24 Jeannette Martin, sucked under by the dangling participles. Wendell Phillips, have you ever noticed him clean his glasses in class? 25 English is the study of communication skills of reading, writing, speaking, with emphasis on the appreciation and under- standing of literature. The English department is headed by Charles Wiley. Included in this department are not only English and speech, but also journalism directed by james Moore. Those having completed English and speech were thoroughly benefited. james Moore, it's that absentmindedness that gets you . ,- Fred Redmore, ' 0 ti . what is that odor? X Z Don Iolmson, look at those little organisms. The smell of burning sulfer, the making of oxygen and the lecturing of teachers distinguish the sciences, chemistry, biology, botany, physics, and geology from any other department on campus. The lab and lecture rooms contain equipment such as microsocopes, charts, specis, and movies, each an important part of class sessions. Dr. Sidney Cohen, now give 'me the formula for carbon-monoxide. Dr. Herbert Owen, now take this piece of wood for instance. ' 4 Dr Frank Bowman We are glad someone can solve equadratic equations Linear equations, square roots, plane figure, logical reason- ing and analysis of problems are all apart of the Math department. Each of the math elements men- tioned above can be found in any of one of the following math courses: fundamentals of math, college algebra, trigonometry, college math, calculus. For those planning careers in the field of science of engineering, these courses are of great importance. Donald Bushnell, what are those line ar equations? Wally Hunter, then there are those who conduct hilarious classes. The clicking of a typewriter and the tapping of business machines can best describe the business department. Typing, advanced and elementary, Stenography I, II, accounting, calculating machines, secretarial procedures, and business law are some of the courses offered in the field of business. These courses are not only beneficial if you plan to go into a business career but also for personal use. Floyd Kelly, what is your problem? Tom Isabe It's about those industrious students of yours. ll For students wishing to enter the field of Education, Fort Lewis has General Psycology and Introduction to Education. Gen. Psy. helps you become acquainted yvith the basic ideas and functions of Psycology and its uses. Introduction to education teaches how the school operates, its functions, responsibilities of a teacher and the skills that prepare educators for the future generations . Willard Bowman, for those of you who have psychology. Craig james you say you read your lectures. I Y,y. Dr. Robert Delaney, our thanks to a great man and wonderful teacher. "Social Science is the science that deals with the human society and its ele- ments as a family, a state or a race. lt is also in- terested in the relations and institutions involved in man's existence and well being as a member of any organized community." To further the knowledge of Social Science, students may study History, Econ- -omics and Anthropology. 29 Edwin Rosenkranz, do you have sliding sopranos? Arthur Long, Librarian, Oh! those noisy football players Eight hours a day the world's gibbering, shrieking, crashing and Splashing of paint, scratching pencils, blaring noises are organized into and swishing of brushes can best describe harmony and melody in the College's the art department headed by Stanton Music department. The schoo1's band Englehart. Sculpture, Mosiacs, has played for the Aggie's games, and portraits, landscape and other forms of for the precision drills of the Hill- art are developed by the use of imagination toppers. The Women's Glee Club has and practice. The classes also study the given concerts, participated in history, progress, and development of festivals and added carols to our art through the ages Christmas at Fort Lewis 30 , X I U-mini I '11 Stanton Englehart, his abstractions or should we say distractions. Wayne johnson, those lmes are not right. Ronald Hensen, line with a ruler. Don Spangsberg below that 1S an unusual project It should get "someth1ng " 31 The bouncing of basket- balls, crack of a racket and shuffel of feet present the physical education classes which are held in the gym every day of the Week. During the class periods exercises, dances, sports, and other games are taught. Corn- petative and outdoor sports are the main activities. The girls' P. E. classes are directed by Marian I-Iallack a.nd boys' P. E. classes are supervised by Coaches Walt Payne and Don Whalen. Marian Hallock, we wonder about those spastic P. E. girls. r L 9 ' E I ' S X: l Walt Payne, thanks for all your time and effort this year. f Donald Whalen, love that basketball. 32 mm! xr r ..f mfr'-vi.-35 . ws?"-"' - . .1rgJa'.?v1.1- ,x 1, ., A I M, ' , 4 W ',,.d-,V,,. ' 31" :YH :E ':':' 151.5 1 , , v , f ' . if In :angie ,.. . wgm' .,,, V i H Zig? N 1 f , 1,!u'wr' ' Q7 ' llillw ff '?"' ,I M, - I ' X i ? gl 2 ' E 1 E? 2 'P , y 2 3 3 L 3 e g 1 fi E. - , 3. -s BUD ABRAMS SPENSER ALLEN NAYTI-IAN ANDERSON WILLIAM ANDERSON Business Administration Industrial Art Business Administration Chemistry MARTIN ASBURY DON ASPROMONTE LEONARD ATENCIO Physical Education Business Administration Engineering KENYON AYARS WILLIAM AYERS CAROLE BAUGI-I Industrial Aff Education Pre-Nurse 35 LARRY BECK WILFRED BEGAY MARY BENNETT Arts and Science Business Administration Home Economics X. a I N. I '. I JACK BERRY WILLIAM BETTS OSCAR BITSIE Engineering Veterinary Medicine Industrial Arts x DARROW BLACKMAN DON BLACKWELL THOMAS BLESER GEORGE BOLTE Arts and Science Accounting Business Administration Forestry 36 DOROTHY BOWMAN DAVID BRADLEY LYNDELL BRICKLEY RICHARD BROOKS Secretarial Science Industrial Art Pre-Medicine Business Administration V! LARRY BRUTON DAVID BUNN JACK BURK Biology Education General Agriculture General Agriculture W 1 ui WILLIAM BURRELL THOMAS BUTTS MARY CANDELARIA General Agriculture Practical Agriculture Mathematics 37 ' jp:-, '- if V. '52 .' . I-X, .. 'I 1-. '. . .'.- .- f, if 5 .lr " up l r. -' 1' '-i BRUCE CAMPBELL JAMES CARNAI-IAN IVA CARTWRIGHT Education Science General Agriculture Biology JIM CHIPMAN LUCILLE CLAH RICHARD CONTI Engineering Secretarial Science Business STEPHEN CLARK MARY COUCI-I ALLEN COVEN CAROLYN CROWLEY Biology Science Art Business Administration Business 38 RONALD DALLA DENNIS DANIELS WILLIAM DAVIDSON DAVID DAVIS Engineering Engineering Pre-Medicine Vet. -Med. if ' ':,. '- " Im' ' RICHARD DAVIS PAT DESJARLAIT REX DUNLAP Vocational Agriculture Social Worker Forestry DOUG DUREN WILLIAM EAKES TERRY EASTERWOOD Business Education Arts and Science Pre-Law 39 MICHAEL EBERLE CHARLES EDGIN MICHAEL ELLIOTT Arts and Science Art Secondary Education CAROL EMERSON ELEANOR ENRIKE ALEXANDER ERICKSON Sociology Secretarial Science Forestry MAURICE ERVIN NIOMA ESPINOSA KEN EVANS M. I. FEIL Physical Education Business Education Physical Education Physical Education 40 i . L. J PAT FINNEY HERBERT FISCHER ADRIAN FISHER JIMI FOSTER Forestry Engineering Forestry Secretarial Science SHIRLEY FREE HUGH FU CHS IVAN GARBIN Physical Education Forestry Forestry MARTIN GARLINGHOUSE RUSS GAUNT SHARON GAYLOPSD General Agriculture Histofi' 41 ii N MICHAEL GU-LE-SPIE ROSETTA GORMAN DOUGLAS GRAY BuSineSS AdmiDiSf1'H'Ci011 Secretarial Science Forestry was-' . ELAINE GROSSO LARRY HALLOCK TOM HAWKINS Secretarial Science Arts and Science Pre-Vet. sf" -1- ANITA HARMON WENDEL I-IASSELL RICHARD I-LAYWOOD LOREN HETTINGER Nursing Forestry Business Education Forestry 42 DON HIGGINS CAROL HILL JOE HILL ORVILLE HOOD Secondary Education Elemenatry Education Pre-Medicine BuSiHeSS Administration SYLVANUS HUNT MICHAEL HUSBAND NELLIE HUTCHINS Business General Agriculture Home Economics A CONNIE INGLE MORTON INGLE RICHARD IAKINO Elementary Education Arts and Science Engineering 43 1, x x E. C. JENKINS CHARLA JOHNSON LARRY JOHNSON Physical Education Liberal Arts Arts and Science RUTI-IANN JOHNSON JON KELLER ROBERT KILE Home Economics Art Business Administration HAROLD KINGSLEY CHARLES KINION SYLVIA KIRBY BRUCE KRAHE Business Administration Vocational Agriculture Business Education Forestry 44 GREGORY KROL GEORGIANA KU GLE CHARLES LAM EDITH LEDERHAUSE Forestry Business Education Pre-Law Nursing JOHN LEGATE ALLAN LESSER DENNIS LINSLEY MU-SiC-P11 EdUCH'Ci011 Business Administration Mathematics CAROLYN LOBATO CURTIS LUCAS FELIX LUIAN Secondary Education Secondary Education Business Administration 45 HARRY LUMBERG WILLIAM LYKINS JACK LYNCH Business Administration Business Administration Physical Education JAMES MAGUIRE LILLLANNA MALBERG ROBERT MANASIL Business Administration Secretary Engineering JAMES MANN DoLoREs MARTINEZ BARBARA MAsoN JAMES MATTHEWS General ASTiCUltU-Ve Business Administration Secretarial Science Business Administration 46 In EIB iiri Hi xH i4 ' JACKIE MCCABE CAROLYN METZ CHARLES MICHEL RICHARD MIKE Mathematics Elementary Education Business Education Engineering I 1 K 1 . 5 BARBARA MILLER DAVID MOFFETT FRANK MONTONATI Home Economics Arts and Science Engineering DARLENE MOORE MARY MOREI-IART JIM MORRILL Home Economics Elementary Education Arts and Science 47 ,, I SUSAN NANNA DUANE NEAL CECELIA NELSON Social Science Business Education Secretarial Science f , MICHAEL NELSON JACK NIGGEMYER SISTER MARY NIVARD Business Administration Engineering Nursing I S I FRED NOSSAMAN WILLIAM OLSON PAT PERA RICHARD PARTINGTON Forestry Art Secondary Education Animal Husbandry 48 I .' I 1' - , ' V 'v ll ' '1 'Y l- 'L-.L ' I-.Q k I MICKEY PERIMAN LEONARD PETERSON DONALD PHELPS ANITA PICHONE Engineering Engineering Mathematics Psychology PAULINE PLEMONS JOHN POOL MARIE QUINTANA Elementary Education Engineering Secretarial Science WANDA RADCLIFF BILL RAY RODNEY RENZELMAN Secretarial Science Geology Engineering 49 ROGER RENZELMAN FRED RESLER MACK REYNOLDS Engineering Industrial Art Engineering ROD RIBADENEIRA MARY RICE BILL RIETVELD Education Home Economics Secretarial Science JOHN RITTER JACK ROBERTS RICHARD ROBERTS JEROME RODEWALD Geology Pre-Dentistry History Arts and Science 50 sf-gg CARL ROEDEL DUANE RULAND JOAN SACKETT LANE SAVAGE Business Administration Industrial Art Elementary Education Mathematics I ' itz' F TOM SAWYER WALDEMAR SCHIMMING HAZEL SEAVY Liberal ANS Languages Liberal Arts SHIRLEY SELLARD BILL SESSIONS CHARLES SHELDON Business Education Pre-Medicine Liberal Arts 51 A T X 'X X. . X , L, X VERN SHORT RICHARD SILKETT OSCAR SKOOG Engineering Engineering Arts and Science TED SLOAN ANN SMITH LARRY SMITH Liberal Arts Art Physical Education THOMAS SMITH , DALE SNOWBARGER BRONSON SPRINGSTEAD RICHARD SPURR Engineering Business Administration Pre-Vet. Pre-Law 52 i JOYCE STALLINGS FRANK STAPLETON JUDITI-I STEELE CHARLES STEPHANO Arts and Science Engineering Music Business Administration BOB STONE RALPH SUNDQUIST LEE TAPIA Pre-Dentistry Arts and Science Business Administration ROCKLING TODEA JERRY TURNER MELVIN TURNER Art Education Business Administration English 53 I ' A ' I . -Q".,,,Q4f'1b PETE VALENCIA DANIEL VANCE JOE VOICE Business Administration Engineering Business Administration LINDA VOSS PAT WALLER DONALD WARD Secondary Education Home Economics PHIL WARD WILLIAM WEAI-IKEE ROBERT WEBER BETTY WEDDLE Business Administration Business Administration Engineering Mathematics 54 LEE WELSH RONALD WHITE WILLIAM WHITE DIANE WILLIAN Business Law Forestry Business Administration Home Economics Z I KENNETH WILLIAN RAYMOND WILLIE ALBERT WILLIS Forestry Industrial Art Liberal A1-tg Xi I:-1 ' ,Jil NANCY WONG JOHN WOODY BOBBY WRIGHT ED YAZZIE Arts and Science Forestry Engineering English 55 EDWARD AMATO English Literature MICHAEL ANDERSON Business Administration PAUL ANDRE Business Administration BONNIE ANS TEAD Edward Amato Business Education SADIE ANTONIO Secretarial Science Paul Andre ERROL APPEL Pre -Vet . CHARLOTTE ARRINGTON Secretarial Science ANN AS PROMONTE Secretarial Science IOI-IN AS PROMONTE Arts and Science STEVE AVERY Business Administration STEPHEN BACHUS Arts and Science KENNETH BAKER Liberal Arts JAMES BARRETT Engineering WENDELL BARTHOLOMEW Business Administration ELLSWORTH BARTLETT Forestry Ellsworth Bartlett MARILYN BEAS TON Secretarial Educ ation GERALD BECAY Arts and Science ROBERT BECWAR Forestry IERVIS BEMIS Pre -Vet . DANIEL BENALLY Arts and Science WEN DEL BENALLY Engineering BENNY BENHAM Arts and Science LORENE BENNETT Pre -Nurse SHARON BENTON Business Administratmn RICHARD BERKEY Pre-Law Lorene Bennett STEVEN BETCHER Stephen Betcher Business Administration KIRK BEVERLY Arts and Science JOHN BLACK Social Studies JUDITH BLAISDELL Secretarial Science JAMES BLEDS OE Business Administrauon Gerald Bone Patricia Bradford Stan Brooks Charles Burnitz Mark Byers Richard Brace Raymond Branson Michael Brown David Butz 60 GERALD BONE Arts and Science RICHARD BRACE Business Adm inistration PATRICIA BRADFORD Education RAYMOND BRANSON Forestry PETER BRENNAN Business Administration Peter Brennan S TAN BROOKS Liberal Arts MICHAEL BROWN Pre - Medicine CHARLES BURNITZ Liberal Arts DAVID BUTZ Arts and Science MARK BYERS Arts and Science MICHAEL CALLII-IAN Physical Education MA RGARET CAMPBELL Pre -Vet . RICHARD CAMPBELL History HENRY CARPENTER General Agriculture STEVE CARROLL Physical Educ ation Richard Campbell JU DY CARTER Art LINDA CARTER Secretarial Science ROBERT CARTWRIGHT General Educ ation DONNA CHRIS TENSEN Business Education MARY SUE CISCO Physical Education Michael Callihan Henry Carpenter Judy Carter Robert Cartwright 61 L. Margaret Campbell Steve Carroll Linda Carter 4 Donna Christensen Mary Sue Cisco Kenneth Clymer David Conner Majory Corey john Cox Roberta Cox Larry Cole William Conoley Raymond Coriz Richard Cox 62 KENNETH CLYMER Arts and Science LARRY COLE Pre -Forestry DAVID CONNER General Agriculture WILLIAM CONOLEY Industrial Arts DAVID COOPER Arts and Science David Cooper MAIORY COREY Arts and Science RAYMOND CORIZ Physical Educ ation JOHN COX Industrial Arts RICHARD COX Animal Husbandry ROBERTA COX Secretarial Science JANE CRADIC Secretarial Science DON CRAW Business Administration RICHARD CRELLIN Business Administration HCWARD CROSSLEN Engineering EDWIN CUINGTON Pre- Medic ine jane Cradic Howard Crosslen Richard Crellin THOMAS CUMMER Forestry HARVEY CUNDIF F Engineering BOB CUNNIN GI-IAM Business Administration NELLIE CURLEY Secretarial Science STEVEN CURTIS Forestry Thomas Cummer Bob Cunningham 63 Don Craw Edwin Cuington Harvey Cundiff Nellie Curley Steven Curtis lMl 3 Henry Davis Tania Davis HENRY DAVIS Pre -Law TANIA DAVIS Secretarial Science RICHARD DeBACKER Arts and Science VINCENT DeMARCO Arts and Science LINDA DESCHINE . S t r'a1 Sc'ence Vincent DeNIrco ecre a 1 1 Richard DeBac1-cer Karl Donovan Harold Durham jean Eagles Kenneth Dotson Alfred Dyk 64 Linda Deschine KARL DONOVAN Business Administration KENNETH DOTSON Business Administration HAROLD DURHAM Forestry ALFRED DYK Pre -Vet . JEAN EAGLES Secretarial Science ALICE ECI-IOHAWK Pre -Dentistry JUAN ITA ECI-IOHAWK Business Education LUCILLE ECI-IOHAWK Arts and Science ROBERT EDDY Physical Education SANDRA ELLENA Elementary Educ ation w Lucille Echohawk SAM ENGLISH Industrial Arts DUANE ERICKSON Agriculture JANET ES LIC K Home Economics SADIE EUSTACE Elementary Education DENNIS EVANS Arts and Science JoAnn Ewing john Fennelly Kent Fish Charles Fitch Robert Flock FE IO ANN EWING Arts and Science CYNTHIA FEES Animal Husbandry JOHN FENNELLY Liberal Arts Cynthia Fees JAMES FERANDO Business Administration JONATHAN FINNOFF james Ferando Business Adminisuation Le on Fisher ,, If F F' off 9 mn 4rU, i wf ,y - , 3 3 if ig M y ' 1 I J J F ,nl H I rfilill LV KENT FISH 7,ff,r'- fjff' , Forestry Q A iff? ' ly 1f'L,ri'ff"" I y 'J ll LEON FISHER ww' I 1 Forestry 3 J, 4 I J CHARLES FITCH ff 'I Forestry fly' if , js W1 DENNIS FITZPATRICK 1 " 1 Arts and Science V' 1 , ROBERT FLOCK ,f3f"1ff f"l Art Fl' flax V 5+ r if 1 K gr ,,'v N Vi". 4 fn ,QA "1""Yjyf' l ff- 3 4' A-We" 5 ,y'1A!f'LV ,A 5 ,rl L, 1 1' N . f , , fi ff ,, V3 r-fvA.',,, , Dennis Fitzpatrick V' r '1 I Y ,Af ,' ' A --" 'J 1 66 If rv, .v,,c':,.J!f I ,M iv' ' fi' J fifyira-'iffQ5'l74i7'! 'F 55.,f:,fj:'Q"UV 'F . ,f ' yr 1, DOTTIE FRANCIS Pre-Nurse JOHN FRANK Business Administration BONNIE FRANKE Home Economics ELEAN OR F RAZIER Elementary Educ ation CHARLES F RETZ Art gi Bonnie Franke EDRIS FRIZELL Business Education CAROL FRYER Arts and Science JIMMY FUGATE Arts and Science FRANK GARCIA Practical Agriculture PAT GARDNER Animal Husbandry ,,' Q' Dottie Franc is Eleanor Frazier Edris Frizell , fd A jimmy Fugate V it .Q ' iff, , : A r .' 'ff V xi w v fist , . EL, wi, f 67 ff rv' " ffby' , .. fy 4' ' ' -. 4,7 -firm L- ' -4 -J ' 6-"' -wliaiikfj jqvlf, , t -3,5-,nfsce john Frank Charles Fretz Carol Fryer Frank Garcia Pat Gardner .4 Brian Garrison Barton Ghahate Karen Gisinger Gerald Goldberg -.EBEQZ-..1 Joanne Gass Dennis Gibble Rena Gleason Marilyn Gore 68 BRIAN GARRISON Business JOANNE GASS Secondary Education BARTON GI-IAHATE Art DENNIS GIBBLE Architecture JOHN GILL Arts and Science john Gill KAREN GISINGER Practical Agriculture RENA GLEASON Pre -Nurse GERALD GOLDBERG Arts and Science MARILYN GORE Education GARY GOSAGE Horticulture DANIEL GOULD Pre -Vet . ELBERT GRA GG Phys ic al Educ ation ROBERT GRAY Forestry RAY GREB Engineering ION GREENE Arts and Science Robert Gray JOHN GREENEMEIER Arts and Science LORETTA GRESI-IAM Elementary Education DONNA GREY Elementary Education RALPH HAGAN Forestry DAVID HALL Engineering Elbert Gragg Ray Greb John Greenemeier Donna Grey 69 lx Daniel Gould jon Greene Loretta Gresham Ralph Hagan David Hall Marietta Hall Alvin Hammon james Harlow janice Harvey Ronald Hathaway Sandra Hamilton Alan Hansen Frederick Harvey Thomas Haskell 70 MARIETTA HALL Secretarial Science SANDRA HAMILTON Music ALVIN HAMMON Mathematics ALAN HANSEN Arts and Science LAWRENCE HARDENBROOK Science and Math Lawrence Hardenbrook JAMES HARLOW Physical Education FREDERICK HARVEY Engineering JANICE HARVEY Secretarial Science THOMAS HAS KELL Horticulture RONALD HATHAWAY Pharmacy ROBERT HAYS Arts and Science ROGER HEAD Engineering DAVID HENRY Business Administration HELEN HEN S ON S econdary Educ ation EDWARD HESTER Business Administration Edward Hester FRANK HILBURN Secondary Education GARY HOBBS , Physical Education MERWIN HOLGATE Elementary Education RAY HOPKINS Business Administration MAN F RED HORS T Forestry Roger Head Helen Henson H Gary Hobbs Ray Hopkins 7 'I Robert Hays David Henry Frank Hilburn Merwin H01 gate Manfred Horst MH - f... Roger Horvath Louise Hotter James Huston Richard Jessing Allene Johnson Donald Hotter Billy I-loyl Kenneth Jeffers Stephen John 72 ROGER HORVATH Engineering DONALD I-IOTTER Industrial Arts LOUISE I-IOTTER Secretarial Science BILLY I-IOYL Physical Education CHARLES HURST Arts and Science Charles Hurst JAMES HUSTON Business Administration KENNETH JEFFERS Engineering RICHARD JESSING Arts and Science STEPHEN JOHN Engineering ALLENE JOHNSON Elementary Education JENNIFER JOHNSON Liberal Arts NICKI JOHNSON Pre -Vet . THOMAS JOHNSON Business Administration WALTER JOHNSON Ge olo gy ERROL JONES Secondary Education Thomas Johnson MARILYN JONES Phys ical Educ ation DAVID JURENKA Business HERBERT KAI Engineering Technology ERROL KAUFMAN Technical Engineering RICHARD KEACH Engineering Jennifer Johnson Walter Johnson Marilyn Jones Herbert Kai 73 Nicki Johnson Errol Jones David Jurenka Errol Kaufman Richard Keach Merton Keel Roger Kelley Eloise Kirby John Kreidler Paul Kuske ' :'-1 Walter Ke ithly Thomas Kelly Naida Kirkenclall Joseph Kroboth 74 MERTON KEEL Phys ical Educ ation WALTER KEITHLY Forestry ROGER KELLEY Business Administration THOMAS KELLY General Agriculture HAROLD KINNAMAN Ge olo gy Harold Kinnaman ELOISE. KIRBY Arts and Science NAIDA KIRKENDALL Secretarial Science JOHN KREIDLER Agricultural Science JOSEPH KROBOTH Business Administration PAUL KUSKE Pre-Law I CHARLES LAMB Business Administration LILLIAN LAMBERT Music Education DONALD LANGS TON Physical Education PENNI LAN GS TON Art JOHN LASKIS Arts and Science Donald Langston EDWIN LAUDERDALE Business Administration LINDA LAW Home Economics MICHAEL LEDERHAUSE Practical Agriculture CALVIN LEE Agriculture DIANA LEE Elementary Education Charles Lamb Penni Langston Edwin Lauderdale Michael Lederhause 75 H mm m uw H . u H H I H w H H . 11 H u , H .- Lillian Lambert john Laskis Linda Law Calvin Lee Diana Lee --5-ip.-Q-Q91--up- Melvin Leraas Katharine Loehr Raymond Lovato Denis Lueders Charles Maestas ,,,. MELVIN LERAAS Engineering GEORGE LIND Agricultural Science KATI-IARINE LOEHR Business Administration George Lind TIMOTHY LoNGBRooK Animal Husbandry EFRAIN LOPEZ Timothy Longbrook Business Administration Efrain Lopez Carolyn Love RAYMOND LOVA TO Forestry CAROLYN LOVE Pre -Nurse DENIS LUEDERS Pre -Vet . LORENE LUNDS TROM CHARLES MAESTAS Secondary Educ ation Lg Q' V- A Lorene Lundstrom 76 JOHN MANESS Engineering DONALD MANN Chemistry CLARENCE MARIE Business Education BILL MARS Arts and Science CHRIS TINE MARS HALL Art Clarence Marie CHAVES MARTIN Engineering ELEANOR MARTIN Arts and Science JAMES MARTIN Architecture JOHN MARTIN Business Administration JAMES MATCHETT Liberal Arts John Maness Bill Mars Chaves Martin James Martin 77 Donald Mann Christine Marshall Eleanor Martin John Martin James Matchett Melvyn Mat is Cecil McCaslancl L Connie McGee ml 'L Ronald McIntyre johnny McMillan Marv in Ma xe ll Frank MCC orm ic k Brian Mc Ginnity Henry McLain 78 MELVYN MATIS Liberal Arts MARVIN MAXELL S 'fndary Education CECIL Mc CAS LAND Engineering FRANK MCCORMICK Forestry KEVIN Mc COY Physical Education Kevin McCoy CONNIE Mc GEE Elementary Educ ation BRIAN Mc GINNITY Veternarian RONALD MCINTYRE Arts and Science HENRY MCLAIN Elementary Education JOHNNY Mc MILLAN Pre -Vet . JAMES McPI-IETRES Forestry MARIAN NE MEANS Art AN GELIN A NIED INA Pre - Nurse LOU ISE MELTON I Business Administration SI-IERRY MIKE Pre-Nurse Angelina Medina JAMES MILLER Practical Agriculture LEROY MITCHELL Business Administration ELIGIO MONTOYA Engine ering ROBERT MON TOYA Forestry FRED MOORE Elementary Education ai-nes Mc Phetres Louise Melton 'i.1'H ja me s Miller Eligio Montoya 79 Marianne Means Sherry Mike Leroy Mitchell Robert Montoya Fred Moore W m . H W Bobbie Morch Marianita Morris Peter Musser Larry Myers Charon Neely Howard Morgan Elizabeth Muir jackson Myers Larry Neely 80 BOBBIE MORCH Business Administration HOWARD MORGAN Forestry MARIANITA MORRIS Pre -Nurse ELIZABETH MUIR Elementary Education BARBARA MURPHY Education Barbara Murphy PETER MU SSER Engineering JACKSON MYERS Pre-Vet. LARRY MYERS Liberal Arts LARRY NEELY Arts and Science CHARON NEELY Business Education WILLIAM NEFF Business Educ ation ROBERT NETHERY Pre -Law RYAN NEVINS Engineering MILTON N ICKERSON Business Education SHARON NIKKEL Business Ryan Nevins CAROLYN NORTH Secretarial Science JO ANN NYBERG Pre-Dentistry EMILIE ODELL Secretarial Science JAMES or-IM Business Administration JACK OLCOTT Business Administration Robert Oliver Robert Osborn Douglas Parker Raymond Paslay Sharon Pec jak Simon Ortiz Robert Ott Robert Partington john Pecchio 82 ROBERT OLIVER Art SIMON ORTIZ Chemistry ROBERT OSBORN Education ROBERT OTT General Agriculture BEVERLY PARKER Secretarial Science Beverly Parker DOUGLAS PARKER Business Administration ROBERT PARTINGTON Forestry RAYMOND PA SLAY Engine ering JOHN PECCHIO Pre - Med . SHARON PECIAK Physical Education JOSEPH PERINO Arts and Science MARY PERIONO Secretarial Science FLOYD PERKINS Practical Agriculture MELVIN PERKINS Physical Education LINDA PETERSON Business Education joseph Perino Melvin Perkins Floyd Perkins LORETTA PFIFER Business Administration DALE PICCOLI Secretarial Science JOSEPH PITT Physical Education EDWIN PORTER Arts and Science RONALD POWERS Engineering Loretta Pfifer joseph Pitt 83 Mary Periono Linda Peterson Dale Piccoli Edwin Porter Ronald Powers l Jean Quintana Pauline Raymond George Reifel Barbara Riseniioover 84 BARBARA PRYOR Secretarial Science JEAN QUINTANA Secretarial Science JOSEPH QU IN TANA Engineering PAULINE RAYMOND Pre - Nurs e EDMOND REEVES Physical Education Edmond Reeves BONNIE REID Home Economics GEORGE REIFEL Arts and Science ROZANNE RENNECKER Secretarial Science BARBARA RISENHOOVER Secretarial Science DONALD RITTENHOU SE Engineering WAYNE ROBERTS Business Administration DAVID ROBERTSON Art MICHAEL ROCKWELL Business Administration GALE ROSENTI-IAL Arts and Science WARREN ROS S Forestry Michael Rockwell ERROL ROWLAND Business Administration RUSSELL RU CKER Phys ics JAMES RUSCIOLELLI Liberal Arts JAMES RYCHLY Pre - Medic ine BERT SANDOVAL Pre-Engineering Terry Scheel Richard Schlueter Barbara Seale Judith Slade Glendeana Smith William Schiller Peter Scorup Duane Sherman Alice Smith 86 TERRY SCHEEL Technical Engineering WILLIAM SCHILLER Arts and Science RICHARD SCHLUETER Liberal Arts PETER SCORUP Liberal Arts PAT SEABOLT Medical Technology Pat Seabolt BARBARA SEALE Arts and Scienc e DUANE SI-IERNLAN Forestry JUDITI-I SLADE Elementary Education ALICE SMITH Pre-Nurse GLENDEANA SMITH Secretarial Science JESSE SMITH Arts and Science SUSAN SMITH Secretarial Science IOI-IN SPALDING Mathematics VAU GHN STACK Forestry ROBERT S TANCLIFF S ec ondary Educ ati on john Spalding ROBERT STEFFENS Practical Agriculture THERESA STEWART Elementary Education HAROLD S TOCKER Ge ology GORDON STONE Forestry ALAN STOREY Arts and Science William Stowe Nancy Swanemyr Gary Tausan Larry Taylor johnny Thornton Robert Stryker WILLIAM STOWE Engineering ROBERT STRYKER General Agriculture NANCY SWANEMYR Secondary Education MARILYN SWARTZ Liberal Arts Marilyn Swartz JOHN SYLVESTER Howard Taylor Fred Thomas 88 Arts and Science john Sylvester GARY TAUSAN Liberal Arts HOWARD TAYLOR Forestry LARRY TAYLOR Forestry FRED THOMAS Engine er ing JOHNNY THORNTON Liberal Arts CHARLOTTE TODD S ecretarial Science LES LIE TORMA MARTIN TORRES Engineering THOMAS TOWNER Art RONALD TROUT Business Administrat Martin Torres JOHN TRUMBLE Business Education MARILYN TSOSIE Secretarial Science JAMES TUCKER Engineering ORBIE TURNELL Physical Educ ation LEONARD TURNER Forestry Leslie Torm a Charlotte Todd ion Thomas Towner john Trumble james Tucker 89 Ronald Trout Marilyn Tsosie Orbie Turnell Leonard Turner Robert Tuttle l Lena Vaio L Roxana Vinson l Roy Vosburg David Walker ROBERT TUTTLE Physical Education DEANNA UNDERWOOD English and journalism LENA VAIO Business Administration Deanna Underwood FRED VALLO Fred Vallo L I+ Linda Von Gausig .A xg . I N R, X Adreian Wade 90 Business Administration ROLAND VELARDE Animal Husbandry Roland Velarde ROXANA VINSON Elementary Education LINDA VON GALISIG Elementary Education ROY VOSBURG Business Administration ADREIAN WADE Arts and Science DAVID WALKER Liberal Arts PHILLIP WALL Business Administration GEORGE WALTON Pre -Vet . BEATRICE WARREN Pre -Nurse SHERMA WARREN Elementary Education ROY WATERS Engineering Beatrice Warren JERRY WATSON Engineering JOSEPH WEAVER Engineering EARNEST WEBBER Business Education DEAN WESTBROOK Arts and Science JAMES WI-IITELEY Engineering A George Walton Phillip Wall Sherma Warren Jerry Watson Earnest Webber 91 Roy' Waters .Q .,, . E N L 11, Joseph Weaver Dean Westbrook James Whiteley Richard Whitmore joel Williams Weston Wilson Terry Woosley Andrew Yazzie Carol Wilderson Anna Wilmer Judith Woodward Albert Yazzie 92 RICHARD WHITMORE Liberal Arts CAROL WILDERSON Secondary Education JOEL WILLIAMS Engineering ANNA WILMER Pre - Me dic ine JOHN WILSON Vocational Agriculture I , 1 v .Ab K V john Wilson WESTON WILSON Liberal Arts IUDITH WOODWARD Secondary Educ ation TERRY WOOSLEY Forestry ALBERT YAZZIE Vocational Business ANDREW YAZZLE Engine er in g Administration FRANCES YEPES Business Administration LESLIE YOS HIDA Forestry ROBERT YOUNG General Agriculture WILLLAM YOUNG Forestry ANN ZELEWSKI Vocational Business Franc es Ye pes William Young Robert Young BETTY BARTELT Pre-Medicine JOHN BOND Physical Educ ation WILLIAM CARTER Business Administration DARRELL DARLAND Engineering EDWARD HANSEN Engineering Betty Bartelt William Carter 93 Leslie Yoshida Ann Zelewski w John Bond Darrell Darlancl Edward Hansen l l W-li V fl 4W'4lu1i. Id4,HlHJdLiJEZ Ronald Hargrove Cecilia Lewis Darlene Moore joseph Wiggins Maureen Wilson L- il A Bobbie Karlin Paul Lovinger Trudy Parker Bernard Williams 94 RONALD HARGROVE Arts and Science BOBBIE KARLIN Elementary Educ ation CECILIA LEWIS Elementary Educ ation PAUL LOVINGER Chemistry JAMES MILES Forestry james Miles DARLENE MOORE Home Economics TRUDY PARKER Pre -N urse JOSEPH WIGGINS Medical Technology BERNARD WILLIAMS Mathematics MAUREEN WILSON Secretarial Science V -1.J.1VW'--' V ,. ug:-H' Bam , .,Jf.,,- .,,,.. w w w Af. , f V M , .43 , VM-. V if '. w . 1 . A, , , ' ' 'W fm- " ,W+nu'd4"1 - ,,,,lll u , V - .' 'WZ-gif, """ " ' m'w.wHWU' :ff , ' ' u. '. :L-A . gf A ,N -j-11' ,. uw K W f p. . -1. "- iff, pf- Q r L' Ah 4 w -vbn, ,,g 6H- lf! 31- ' in ' N ' :!'5:-.QJVIME-I ' 11 52:1 A-J ,-I .'fGlri?'l'i . , r ub f - L- - v-.rf ,J5-+ V ' ,g yr' . 4-.nv ' wk 1 o z - 1 A Wgmfgyw wfj ,,,. 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PICTURED BELOW ARE: Mike Gillespie, Steve John, and Pat Waller. ,if fig., MIKE GILLESPIE Student Senate President Much time and energy has been donated by the people pictured on this page. The Student Senate has been the head organization on campus and has given much in- centive to the other clubs. The Ty u, I students should be grateful to this il organization for making this year L at Fort Lewis a pleasant and benefi cial one. 98 Many thanks are due to these people who have given up much of the ir time for the students. They are responsible for making the dorms a better and more pleasant place to live. BELOW, BACK: Dan Vance, Bob Traudt, Earl Perkins, Harry Lumberg. FIRST: Mimi Rice, Mr. Tabor, Alan Storey, Rutharm johnson. QU' f 4 99 , 3.3,-vw.ew'Q. 117 - Y FRONT ROW: Richard Cox, Sandy Hamilton, jean Eagles, Dale Snow- barger, Ralph Hagan, Lynn North, Connie Paisley. MIDDLE ROW: Howard Crosslan, Conner Lam, Duane Ruland, Bob Grey, Lillian Lambert, Dennis Daniels, james Rychly, Doug Gray, Bill Ray, Milton Nickerson. TOP ROW Edwin Rosenkranz, Mike Gresham, john Legate, Dave Robertson, Rick Heywood. BELOW: Accompanist, Judy Steel. FRONT: Edwin Rosenlcranz, Sandy Hamilton, Dorothy Bowman, Delores Martinez, Frances Yepes. MIDDLE: Lillian Lambert, Frances Medina, Linda Carter, Joanne Ewing, Sharon Nikkel. TOP: Edris Frizell, Darlene Moore, Joanne Gass, Dorothy Metz, Pat Bradford, Deanna Underwood, jean Eagles, Sharon Bention, Shirley Sellard, Tonia Aspromonte, Sandy Ellena. 100 L5-kv 1-sew r 5 iI'L,:1aQF., Q v . ...Ask ' E -2Y?W""EF"E, lUwL1'fifLQLQS .11-uw 1 I ivigi . -14,1 f f Q--Y. 'Sa all if 0 1 wif iff f' , , .....v, .,, . . :M 115,-1.4 im., v A 2:--1 2 . ,'.f,:,-:- -. .4-.:,5,g,,-.,:1r5.'1 9.-, 2 , -Q . .Q Aw-Q.-,', - V 3 ,, 5561 xl-yjzjw Aw 1 , ' ' , MQ.. f...,.'-.f.--' ",' f,, " ' ' "' v-'ri-1-:A-'. .,. 7 ' ' Q LV-x X "X 1 ff R -2 if ,. ,. .L AF 'X T17 N hi an-4. f ,, v , A ,N E.. 4' 4 WH4,.b 4 3 , I4 H., rv P '4 lg .. . If 1' ,f ,A I 'Awww 1 ' "TQ":lf5'f ,gn ' , 'B Sgx ABOVE, BACK: Carol Fryer, Nellie Curly, Carol Emerson, Eleanor Enrike, Linda Diski, Belle Lewis, Donna Grey, Allene Johnson, Frances Medina, Pauline Raymond, Lina Vaio, Dorothy Bowman, Sadie Eustace, Pat Des Iarlait. SECOND: Juanita Echo-Hawk, Sadie Antonio, jean Quintana, Marianita Morris, Marilyn Tsosie, Dottie Francis, Cecelia Nelson, Alice Echo-Hawk, Tosetta Gorman, Lucille Clah, Pat Seabolt, Eleanor Frazier, Calvin Lee, Roland Velarde. FIRST: Robert Montoya, Franklin Gishey, Danny Benally, LeRoy Mitchell, Tim Wauneka, Barton Ghahate, George Reifel, Bill Weahkee, President, Albert Yazzie, Ray Willie, Oscar Bitsie, johnny Platero, Michael Nelson, Edwin Yazzie, Vice-President, Clarence Marie, Fred Vallo. The Indian Club is open to all Indian students . They sponsor dances throughout the year and are responsible for lighting the "A" on Homecoming. 102 BELOW, BACK: jim Tucker, Tom Paslay, Joe Weaver, Mike Shafer, Bobby Wright, Jerry Wat- son, Fred Thomas, Chavez Martin, Walt johnson, Lynn Harvey. SECOND: Wayne Johnson, sponsor, Ronnie Dalia, President, T. J. Smith, Vice-President, Jim Chipman, Secretary-Treas urerg Mr. Hansen, sponsor. The engineering club has stressed main interests in mathematics, science, and engineering. ,.pf"'- l-e A " --J' ...-J ii, .. . 'CIT N' Newman Club fpictured abovej is open to all Roman Catholic students. Throughout the year it sponsored Communion breakfasts and socials. One extra activity was a trip to Alamosa. Rodeo Club fpiculred below, sponsored western entertainment for the campus and club members were sponsored at regional contests. N...-f ft? Pep Club is responsible for the spirit of Fort Lewis. The club has taken trips with the team and spurred the team on by its enthusiasm both at the games and around campus. The Hill- toppers have shown much spirit throughout the year. The team has appeared during the games in attractive uniforms to perform the peppy drills. Barbara Miller was President and Mary Sue Cisco was Secretary-Treasurer. Eloise Kirby, Sheri Gaylord, Shirley Free, and JoAnn Nyberg were Drill captains. Shirley Free was head captain. 'iff 4 'lx 105 JL 'Nj ,Q xii P -X 1 -v-, 'wx L ' V 5 .,, xi., Wig: -wie XJ' r mf l ' gr ' fl J , F' Aifgf mfg,-J , . f 1,-R f E1 '! w , 'Qt' 'i I J Hmrzw ff ev . WF 1. Lv. '. ' A 'X5 in u 1,5 4 - G-Q 22.-:if 3 A w E " ' ay 35' 1 24k gil-v ,jf jf. 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LQ "ag, L' ,W 1 ., I, .W . 4, N 5 Q 51 X - - 1, K 1.1 V - -. , I la ' 2 if x ' V -ifim ri .V 1' Q I 4 "2L5:"f gif pg , ' lu, V 211 I- Q' . 11 W QP P .v- C E -I 1 S 21 fr 1 A I Yi 4. ir:--r BACK: Phil Ward, Don Bessignano, Reggie Chamberlain, Chuck Sheldon, Bob Stone, Martin Asbury, Bob Traudt, Al Willis, Frank Stapleton, Bob Kile. SECOND: Jim Bledsoe, Russ Gragg, Dick Brace, Steve Avery, Dick Conti, Larry Beck, Secretary-Treasurer, Tom Hankins, President, jim Morrill, Mr, Hunter, Sponsor. MIDDLE: Errol Kaufman, Dave Walker, Dave Butz. FRONT: Stan Brooks, Mike Elliott, Frank I-Iilburn. TOM HANKINS Pi Tau Lodge endeavors to maintain a fraternity of value and President Tx credit to its members and to Fort Lewis. The Lodge has sponsored various parties and dances, including the Christmas Dance and the Spring Formal P-T 108 25 I E' -A.-. L 'T :T-Ti L' A1 fTf?S3P- 'Q' , 'A .hE'1!gP'1Fg1Q:i5 ' 1 'L " ' , 4'-p ,J nv- . Lg.- ! ,-XX X- 4-QV.-mb ., YV W -- . 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If s,1:?r'.'E"f? 4 5" yzflb, :mf eff? "JF, I -' ME. 5, ., A , ',1.m?'5 V 'SS iff 1? li 421' ' -"A F' V L 4, ,hi A.W,A.V il, ,. ' I- . 1 :zu : 1259. e ' mf ff' n. .. ,-2' V -H. . 1 - -- ,V , .-. ,.. -. V Ai -fe ,J u ' ' , - ': " Q 1 1.4, P 'J' K V , " 1 1, 'f Y, p -f w -'.-: , .gi ,L-5. ?7,.,fQ::Tf?m 5 J , we' 1 1, - 5 ji'-1' J., '- ' iz'-'af' ., " H 'LSU ig . ea u Q -.::.:. ww 'W A ' , IN MEMORY OF MRS. MARIAN HALLOCK On our darkest, moodiest days we sought her out, for there was about her a bright flame of light. No one could stay long in her presence without realizing that the pro- blems he brought with him when he came were not nearly so serious as he had imagined. What a delight it was to hear her laugh, to watch her dance, to see her walk! She was all grace, beauty, talent. Though it could be said of her that she had lived out her whole life in Durango, she was never provincial. She was widely read and always concerned with the hopes and lives and problems of other people, whether they be Fort Lewis A 81 M College students or children or aged of Asia. So, she was sheer fun to be with. You felt better for an hour after she greeted you with a smile in the hall. A visit with her to talk about women's physical education classes, a proposed trip with the Pep Club, the drill team she helped organize, the achievements her students were making in typing--was enough to sustain you for an entire day. l don't know how well the students knew her, for she never sought their admiration nor acclaim, but home- coming and sports events ran smoother because of her careful pre-planning with cheering groups and queen can- didates. Wednesday noon found her in the chapel on bended knee at the Episcopal Communion service. She came to the college when it had only been at the new campus a year, and she helped build the secretarial science program, helped train young people for respon- sible jobs in the community by teaching in the night pro- gram, organized women's recreational programs through the physical education classes, guided a teen-age son to manhood and held open house for his friends and, in her spare time, taught hundreds in Durango to dance. In a quiet way, her life touched many people and now, months after her death, people seek you out when you're in a group or stop you on the street to tell you they studied dancing or typing or physical education under Marian. To paraphrase Shakespeare, so far as the College is concerned, the place has been dignified by the doer's deed. Ill PI TA UEEN Y rm Q' ,X 2' ,Fw Hia ' Q N - 'W ' Y'1'W5'! R f :T :QQ i W Q 4,x w -.,.. ,.. 57 ,,. A FK. lg- -I TWA - -- gf-wi ' l AQ? "'.f2'iJ- ,. . , . Y . M -g .:.:.:.:.:.:Qn . ,, fi -.NX '- YE-E: " T., .V W - - ' .M,,.. 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J B ronson Springsteaa' 44' 'f,1J'-' Pictured above are Mr. Moore, sponsorg Lorene Lundsirom, Assistant Editor-5 Beverly Parker, Editor. The people of the CADET staff have worked many hours to give the campus a pictorial history of the school year. The CADET is Fort Lewis . In the future, when the past has become quiet and misty, a quiet journey through its pages will bring back your years at Fort Lewis. JM H 'f gm Below are John Laskis and Pete Brennan, Sports editorsg Larry Beck, Art Editor. 22 ., x::.,.,. ,911 5. 'L The above are Carol Wilderson, Freshman Class editorg Juanita Echo-Hawk, Faculty editorg Alice Echo-Hawk, Sophomore Class editor. MISS CADE T u 1 Pat Waller Madwoman Qf Chaillot 123 Y A-,ww W 'A E 4 .NJ x rua:-fi- . . ,, --q,.,wa.,. gy -P Q: 53- ' I r "t T11 - . . . W W, - I "1 !?'..g fr.-, -- . -fiom -lawn---1 - . .. gfwwjefelnm .- I h A.. xi' 452 1 4, 53 xx ,.., Ji nf, N 2,5 -Jing . V L ,-V . ...fa nn' V., .L , .Aff if NEI' QW, J 'f '- ..-e--'U'-- "-"A ' :za 214 QT Wi L- ' -N7f'B- M --'-976: 5.-, k ,--M, 'Im-.."',,.1i,Zif-: 'A I ' E DORM F 1 N5 pa, 4--.Q gh , ., x 1, Whse Ji e 'f -' '- -104 " 'N' - '-- ,- 1. -e f- A. -1-, ., Our 40 ft tree put up by P1 Tau and Westerners gl 1 A11 sorts of voices were heard at the croling party Q' ,. , . .. fl e ,:.' Marr r af: ..,-Ls s.:T"" 1' ," In This year Fort Lewis had for the first time it's own branch post office. This office is completely separate from the Durango branch and was run by Mr. Bennam. "Hey Let's Twist" Poor Boy's Drive-In was the scene of this year's Twist Contest sponsored by the school paper The Smoke Signals . Students braved the large crowd to see this new dance craze done by many couples. The hap- py winners of the contest, Maureen Wilson and Johnny Thornton, re- ceived a free pitcher of beer and two large steins with the word TWISTERS and their names on them To the left are Larry Beck and Nancy Wong two part- icipants in the contest. They came in third. ver, dl, ,Q '95 Q' QL ' -4, . Q. If 4 f. 3:4ef--- - H ' 1 ff' , 'J' K ,, 'Jw W ,Q f if ,Q W li, 'fi ' si - pq 7 1 f If il ff? -4 I I , ., ,:..g,g,v'q!f ' Ja- HJ W0 wan'-'Uf"""1 Initialfion Week afgffiiiif' if 'Ff' 129 I nz'tz'atz'0n Week wav,-v Bam A-1 Fd- -fb., -4 1-6' ---:',v-'- 21? f '- H. 1 L UQ V ' ' 77" U V , A -1 X11 11,1 jzf' wr 11 1 1 1 111 X UNM I-IEAD COACH Walter Payne FOOTBALL Football Coaching Staff ASS IS TANT COACH ATHLETIC Ned Don Whalen A SSIS TANT COA CH Pat Tabor LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW ONE QBOTTOM ROWj: Mert Keel, jack Lynch, Pat Finney, Vince DeMarco, Don Langston, Ed Cuington, Steve john, Layne Savage, Jim Armentrout. ROW TWO: Chuck Burnitz, Dan Van David Hall, Chuck Sheldon, Bob Stone, Wit Wangelin, john Wilson, Dennis Fitzpatrick, Mike Gillespie. ROW THREE: Frank jones, M. I. Feil, Louis Price, john Fennelly, Bob Traudt, Ray Greb, Darrow Black- man, Brian McGinnity. ROW FOUR: jim Ohm, Martin Asbury, Ken Evans, Bob Stancliff, Melvin Lloyd, Ron McIntyre, Russell Rucker and Larry Hallock. 1961 Football Schedule Sept. 18 ..... Carbon College Sept. 28 ..... Northeastern College Sept. 30 ..... Trinidad College Oct. 7 ..... Pueblo College Oct. 13 ..... Mesa College Oct. 28 ..... Air Force JV Nov. 4 ..... Otero College Nov. ll ..... Snow College 'I33 CE jim Armentrout Martin Asbury Chuck Avery Darrow Blackman I. .r v 1 V7 -Q ,Mk .JV 'pg vw, fy .,.v-r- .,,,, P11 fi if 41 1 1 ' .a.33,.wLm "' ing.-I 1411 W I fl Y 1- . 41. is I-L ,f. 3. is L.. 1 4 xr F- "Fw P-I L. -1 Lgiln Ti 1"-1 fp? , :HW vi :U- F' 'fl il' :L ' 'V , :al :.' :. 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STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Lou Hotter, Nancy Wong, Shirley Free. KNEELING: Linda Carter, Joanne Ewing. 143 5363543 1 BASKETBALL Don Kahl Chuck Lamb Don Whalen As this went to press, the Aggies , , had an 8-2 record and the title in the Rod Rlbadenem Southern Division of the Empire Conference and were headed for the championship playoffs . Larry Smith Ed Womack Prospective team gets a chalktalk 'I44 STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dick Cox, John Bond, Don Kahl, Bill Betts, Harry Lumberg, Ed Reeves, Chuck Lamb, Effie Lopez and Coach Don Whalen. SEATED: Gary Hobbs, Larry Taylor, Billy Hoyl, Martin Asbury, Ray Coriz, Rod Ribadeneria, Larry Smith, Ed Womack, Jim Mathews. Nov. Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. 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