Montana State University Bozeman - Montanan Yearbook (Bozeman, MT)

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J V' ,zz fr ,V ff, . 1 I. w -sw 11 f f I 1 .gm Editor ....... DON FHESIIOUR Business Manager . . BOB SOUTHALL g . 4 4 1924 vw y T -M ,by -X 1 x K x4g V - ,3..,.7 -A xl 'xy' 4 - .1 ZW.. f Z.. kv- 'ay .."":.- -?'M"'Z.. 2-ff . ig. , .-2, 48. .f ,fi ' wx-aAg1,-:afar , V . V va H.---F-ef Jw b ,, Q., .. -.1 , , sw.,,.,, f.'A2,Qgm f 1. "' .4- 1 H 4. 1 , . -A .. .,. .., -.,., . ,,..,. ,H -1 ...k.,,. .- , 3, '- From the first 150 page annual, The Blue and Gold, which was presented to the students of Montana Agricultural College on May 1, 1907 to now, the annual has recorded pictures and stories of MSC's yearly progress from MAC to MSC, from a small agricultural college to the largest educational institution in Montana. if The title Montanian was used on the 1908 and 1909 and changed to Montanan in 1910, this name has been found on the cover of MSC,s annual since that year. I will try, in this Fiftieth Anniversary Edi- tion, to present this past year as accurately as possible, along with occasional glimpses into the growth of Montana State College. FW L L Inside the Health 8a Physical Education Center This past year has represented a big step in progress. MSC is on the margin between a small college and a large college. The building program has been the largest and most noticeable change on our campus. The facilities of our Student Union addition are the most elaborate in Montana to say the least. The H 6t PE Center will bring events to this campus and to Bozeman that were never before possible as Well as providing the best of conditions for athletics and many other activities. With passing the three-thousand mark as history, we are looking forward, whether We like it or not, to the four- thousand mark. Dorms are filling and when a lot of us skip classes the coffee shop area is about full. One consolation is that we can look forward to elbow room in the H 6: PE Center for a few years at least. This past year exerted a few loud exclamations accredited to growing pains. The re-evaluation of Student Senate, the athletic discussion and several less noticeable controversies took place. MSC is on the verge of becoming a prominent American college. The country realized that Montana State could play football when our team traveled to Little Rock, Arkansas, and the Aluminum Bowl last December. Part of the Student Union Building Addition v. 'SX www. if iq 0 ' f, v 1-f' ' 'f 1' ff' ygtillx is - Yfw. F' x xii, f T ZW 1 . mp, " 1 J' L gr N -Q. -,e"Zf F . V., h . - w .-gp . lv 5,1 'uf' . V J .h X E ' 'ffl vi-'Q , rt,,, I ANU? . 'ww K 1 A 'Y Y Q lx, 4 'R N Y fr , 'grill r' LT ,ff E' 2 ' 5 '. 'f5o ,,gfH:. ' .L., ' i 1 N gf : . .Q ,: 2 Ti+'f."Q5 ' K. 1 ' ' N .kf--- ":1Q', Q 3, Y is 1 wg .A . fn '-,' Nil-,4i' :Q . U ' x , ' " ce' if: - P va Q- x 5 I , v Y . s .V , V X an ' . 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Nursing ,.,.,iii Athletics ..,.ii Military .....iii,i Organizations ....i Honoraries ,M .. Clubs -. s...,,.,l,.. Advertising .,s,..,,. 10 A ..,. 84 . ..,.. 78 2 ssss 154 164 194 206 240 -2 ss,, 264 288 M Y greatest wish is that this book ,QN may stand proudly with the annuals of the past, as a record of a memorable ifjy year at MSC. Hope you like it X 3 xii 1 '75 u W4 X I... il 'ln- ':' Ill: .. ' 'll .. .ufflll 'IS ul" li' JI " Q' cv' 'k -if r. 4 fc yk if ff. ' 4 'v 'N ADMINISTRATIUN THE f0flClICl' who is llHCllIpfillg Io fench wiHmul inspiring H16 pupil 'zL'il 71 ll IIC-S'fl'C lo learn is lmn11mf1'i11g on cold iron. H. IXTANN IX-rw 190 7 5171 TIUN 1 66 66666666666666666666666666666 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q . Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q 'Q Q Q . Q Q CD72 6666666666666666666666666666 6666666666666666 aabaaadcloacafooatoll.aa6la66lla6l66l'l4'606oll. E V-"QF GLD TIMES n Q. -H.. -,., ,. if .- u C S' I '-' A 0 ': 'S un :IE Lf? ..9..,.,... K l, 66666666666666666666666666 S Main street, Bozeman, 1896 Original MAC Academy building llllllllillllflllllll Ifflfllljlflll-lJf!lfll 666 6 66666 66 6 6 661 6 666 666666666666666666666666 Presidentis Message On the occasion of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Montanan, I would like to express congratula- tions and best wishes to the Montanan staff and all the students who have had a part in making this Montanan the fine volume it is. Over the years, the Montanan has gained a reputation as a splendid volume, recording the stu- dent life, activities and services at Montana State College. The Montanan is a permanent record which students, faculty, and friends of the institu- tion treasure having in their library for reference through the years and for fond memories of campus life at MSC. Again, congratulations and best Wishes on the occasion of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Mon- tanan. Ronald R. Renne President PRESIDENT RENNE has been the head of this college for the past thirteen years. His policies have helped to build MSC to its present stature. Student governing and student opinion are our privileges because Dr. Renne is Willing to listen and Weigh the voice of the student. YVe are for- tunate to have him and We can feel sure that under his leadership this college Will grow and prosper. MISS HARRIET MILLER, State Superin- tendent of Schools, now holds the highest position in the state educational system. The students of Montana State College wish her the best of luck and We feel that, with her back- ground and experience in the field of education, her policies and legislation will bring great strides in the advancement of better education in Montana. 'wks' 'W'-. I. 65. 4 'ol Q X 'O . ' ,. ' L I f -ffl ' I 'i -Q '13, ' f Dr. R. R. Renne Miss Harriet Miller State Board of Education L to R Claience Popham George Lund Mrs. H. F. Petro, Monsignor Emmett J. Rilev Harriet Miller Governor Aronson Attorney General Forrest Anderson, A B Guthue Me1r1ttWa1den Mis Edith Chambers, Horace Dwyer. Dean Brown Always ready and willing to lend a helping hand, or should we say, "word of advicef, to any student with any kind of a problem, this is Miss Esther Brown, whose official position on the campus is that of Dean of XVomen. Her door is always open to anyone, boys as well as girls, if they want to come just to chat and talk about the weather or if they have some kind of problem. Dean Brown is never too busy to stop and talk for a minute. The job of being Dean of Xvomen is not a simple one, for she has many girls she must look after and help and guide in their education. She must also see that they maintain proper behavior and learn correct social etiquette. Although this is almost an impossible task, Dean Brown is doing an excellent job, plus taking care of her many other activities she must attend to constantly. Une of her main tasks in the Spring is assisting with and planning for the annual Womenis Day program. Dean Glynn Dean Glynn is a personal friend to many stu- dents on the Montana State College Campus. If it were at all possible, he would be a personal friend of all of the over 3,000 students on the MSC campus, because you see, he takes a personal in- terest in each and every student on this campus, whether the student is aware of this or not. He is the man responsible for the welfare of each of the students on this campus. Due to his alert and watchful planning, stu- dents soon learn how much of the responsibility of their success depends on them. As Dean of Students at MSC he has guided innumerable stu- dents when they became confused and needed the kind of wisdom he had to offer them. Mr. Val Glynn is a man to know, just for the practical value of knowing Val Glynn and what he stands for, as a person, and also for the calm, kind, and consid- erate way about him. Deans Council gi- L. to R.: Val Glynn, Leon Johnson, Frank Cotner, E. W. Schilling, P. C. Gaines, R. R. Renne, Maurice Kelso, James Nickerson, Katherine Roy, Martha Hawksworth. h-han 1-N 15 f DIRECTORS Dr. Leo Knuti Agricultural Education Dr. Roy Huffman Agricultural Economics Mr. Harry Cockrum General Agriculture Mr. A. F. Beeckler Poultry Industry Dr. A. H. Post Agronomy and Soils Dr. Vincent Iverson Horticulture Mr. Fred Willson Animal Industry and Range Management Mr. Sidney Whitt Industrial Engineering Dr. H. F. Mullikin Mechanical Engineering Mr. H. E. Cheever Architecture Dr. J. C. Boyd Dairy Manufacturing and Production Dr. Paul Greider English Dr. Lloyd Berg Chemical Engineering Dr. E. A. Tunnicliff Veterinary Science N. E. Beers EXf,6I1Si0I'1 P. C. Gaines Chemistry E. R. Dodge Mechanical Engineering J. H. Pepper Zoology and Entomology , , 'Yam www . SQ l rl I Dr. J. W. Hurst: Mathematics Mr. O. W. Monsoi Agricultural Engineering Mr. Tony Storti Health and Physical Education f f ,. I - surf!! A . .ey , , .fn-'gf .wif Q 1 S.. ' 'Env , Q. '11 ., -P 4i52'i'..! W . swf' ,JA 44 ' As"S5i?f.5" ' I Mr. G. G. Schmall Modern Languages 3 W Y V'-v M L VFX .4145 n-'VK Y' V-X.- N 5 5 J W Blankenhorn Mr. L. E. Opp Col. Charles Johnson Col. Gordon Timmons Miss Marga Hoseaus Dr Nicholas Helbuin Commercial Science Music Army Air Force Women's Militry Science Military Science Psysical Education r Brick Breeden Dr. James Nickerson Mr. Milford Franks Dr. A. J. M. Johnson Dr. M. G. Burlingame Placement Office Education Secondary Physics History Education Mr. Edwin Howard Student Accountant Mr. Martin Whalen Physical Plant Superintendent HFKWIIK' 'vs Q' 1' 'W -'W' DMINISTR TORS Bernard Copping Mr. Max Worthington Treasurer Public Relations Miss Lesley Heathcote Mr. Louis True Librarian 5 O . fl I A 'R K . Q fi im 6 -E' ' "W . Mr. Maurice Brookhart Testing and Counseling Mr. Hugh Cottam Housing Q-"""u. A R. I f2"N.,,,, AGRICULTURE DIVISIO Dean M. M. Kelso Heading the Division of Agriculture is Dr. Maurice M. Kelso, a straight forward and hard Working man, who received his Ph.D. from the University of VVisconsin. As Well as being Dean of the Division of Agriculture at MSC, Dr. Kelso is also director of Montanais eight dif- ferent experiment stations. He has done an excellent job of promoting a better and broader research program at each of these different stations. There are many related fields in the Division of Agriculture. Among these are: poultry industry, agron- omy, dairy, mechanics, horticulture, animal industry, and several others. Sometime within his senior year, a future ag educa- tion major is required to student teach. After three years, and sometimes more, of talking, discussing and learning about the problems of an ag teacher the student finally has a chance to gain first hand information and experience about it. With so many fields to choose from in the Division of Agriculture, a future Maggie, Will have little or no trouble finding a job in his specialized field. Row 1, L. to R.: Ervin Smith, Eugene Barnard, Everett A. Keyes, Neil C. Que-senberry, Layton S. Thompson, J. L. Van Horn, Robert Dynes, Gene F. Payne, Leo L. Knuti. Row 2: S. Young, W. C. Marquardt, E. A. Tunnicliff, J. C. Boyd, Paul J. Moore, Art Hoversland, O. W. Monson, J. R. Hehn. Row 3: J. C. Hide, Leonard Yaeger, J. A. Nelson, A. H. Post, V. E. Iverson, Maurice M. Kelso, Louis A. Freeman, Fred S. Willson, Allan F. Beeckler. msgaf T1-ff Grain testing is one of the many fields of study carried on in the agricultural laboratories at MSC. Row 1, L. to R.: B. D. Firehammer, C. W. Jensen, J. A. Asleson, J. E. Catlin, R. C. Froeschner, H. A. Kittams. G. R. Codd, H. C. Holje, H. E. Rodeberg. Row 2: W. J. Sutter, T. S. Rackham, W. J. Ewasiuk, Carl R. Haun, Evelyn W. McCormick, Virginia T. Hendrick- son, E. R. Hehn, M. Klages, P. L. Brown, W. D. McMillan. Row 3: Donald H. Fritts, David D. Dickey, Jesse M. Hodgson. H. G. Cockrum, Roy E. Huffman, Karl F. Swingle. C. W. Vaughn, Eric B. Wilson, Clive R. Harston, E. P. Orcutt, L. D. Smith. 'il V Tw' iw 19 Q i GI EERI G DIVISIC Dean E. W. Schilling Dr. E. VV. Schilling has the responsibility of being the dean to the largest department at MSC. Dean Schil- ling received his B.S. degree at the University of Illinois and his M.S. and Ph.D. at Iowa State College. Besides being the Dean of Engineering, Dean Schil- ling is also the Director of the Engineering Experiment Station and a Professor of Electrical Engineering. The Division of Engineering at MSC trains students to take their place in the technological world, and to find enjoyment in the industry which is becoming more and more scientific and exacting. During an Engineering student's four years at MSC he spends many hours a day in the beautiful Roberts Hall which houses most of the Engineering classes. Dean Schilling has done much to promote a feeling of cooperation and closeness between his students and faculty. He keeps the division running smoothly and he enjoys taking a personal interest in all of the students and in helping them over an obstacle or a problem if they need it. Row 1, L. to R.: Robert L. Nickelson, Lloyd Berg, O. I. Jackson, G. Dale Sheckels, E. W. Schilling, E. W, Ber- gren, E. R. Dodge, John DeHaas, R. C. Challender, R. D. Bollard. Row 2: L, Mayfield, W. Hunt, F. D. Swenson, G. J. Herman, A. E. Mancl, Ralph Kenck, H. F. Mullikin, George Frank, W. R. Jeffries, H. C. Cheever. W....,.N, My :snr , N... mm. 1 Rf. im A Many hours of tedious labor are spent in the drawing labs to produce detailed. precise work. Row 1, L. to R.: D. K. Weaver, H. L. Huffman, Elmira Smyrl, S. A. Whitt, H. A. Saner. Row 2: R. F. Durnford, O. W. Monson, P. E. Uhlrich, T. R. Murphy, R. C. Seibel, T. T. Williams. EDUCATIO l l Dean James F. Nickerson DIVISIO This division just three years old this year is, with- out a doubt, the fastest growing department on campus. In fact, this division has been growing so rapidly that several new faculty members have to be added each year in order to accommodate the already overcrowded education classrooms. To Dr. james F. Nickerson, Dean of the Division of Education, falls the great responsibility of helping to supply America with the most desperately needed people in the nation, the future teachers. As well as being Dean of Education, Dean Nickerson is also a Psychology Professor. He also has the position of Director of the Summer Quarter, as well as many other important responsibilities. Dean Nickerson received his Pl1.D. at the University of Minnesota. L. to R.: Melvin Monson, Earl Fellbaum, M. E. Brookhart, Mrs. Sally Wright, James F. Nickerson, Milford Franks, Jim Edie 72 WW' W' ' 'si 5 ix Y N r' ' Testing for aptitude Q0 K n , interest and intelligence, among other things, are carried on in the Educational Department. L. to R.: Keith Bowen, Grant Gaines, Miss Eileen Mor 'fs is Stiff rison, Mrs. Wylla Barsness, Jim Welch, Les Opp. , , , , ,. . , . ,- .s,. - . in -- y ,f rj 'N'-X ff, X 1- 'gif f-9,19 1 ik-5, 1 ,, . x, , Q W, .7 Household and pplied Arts Division Dean Katherine Roy As Dean of this Division, Dean Roy has under her very capable authority, the majority of the girls at MSC. Dr. Katherine Roy received her Ph.D. at Cornell Univer- sity. She came to MSC in january of 1946 with a special interest in child development and care. Dean Roy is never so busy, she cannot spare a few minutes to talk with some student or fellow faculty member. As well as being Dean to this large division which includes art majors, commercial science or business ma- jors, and home ec majors, Dean Roy is also a professor of Home Economics. For one quarter of a girl's senior year she must student teach for one-half of the quarter, if she is in the education phase of Home Economics. For the other one-half of this quarter the girl is required to live in the Home Management House. Here the girls will learn every detail of how to manage a home. They will plan, cook and serve meals and learn how to manage a home both financially and esthetically. And if they didn't al- ready know, they will learn how to clean house too. Row 1, L. to R.: Bertha Clow, Ruth Osborn, Katherine Roy, Wanda Ann Garski, Gladys Roehrn. Row 2: Leona Barnes, Gertrude Roskia, Ruth Brady, Robert Weese, Bernice Lamb, Fred Weher. Row 3: Bethine Bigej, George Conkey, Irene Boelts, Wm. J. Hendrickson, Shon W. Blankenhorn, Cyril H. Conrad. 24 A It mari M mlm we 1 f f A "'4 I X X -, i '.V-v , , ,,:,1 I , l ' A 'A'11. L L N l , l..,l-,.,s-l,, A ... e- -, , , A A nursery is operated in the North Barracks to provide practical education as well as to serve the parents. An exhibit in the annual Art Bazaar, Helen Mayfield and Mildred Leigh, presented by the Art majors. more of the Department's faculty. ...ff 25 DIVISIO Dr. Frank B. Cotner has the privilege of counseling and guiding the students enrolled in the division of science, as he has the important job of being dean of this department. Dean Cotner received his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan in 1930. Students from several departments belong in this division. They are the students enrolled in Entomology, Zoology, Bacteriology, Botany, Military Science, Nursing and many other fields. Lewis Hall and the Chem Build- ing are the homes of those majoring in this division. The labs of Lewis Hall, house everything from experimental animals to experimental freshmen students. Future nurses receive their preliminary training here, before they head for the practice hospitals at Butte, Billings, or Great Falls, where they finish their training and receive their caps. Being prepared as they are, they will aptly fill the many vacancies Waiting for them in the science field. Chem1stry labs prov1de the opportumiy to conduct experiments on maienal covered m classes. -4:-V ' S Q ag, I i . 1.4 -M Sore eye-balls are the result of microscope peeping in bacteriology lab. The science faculty comprise the largest department on campus including math, physics. chemistry. the plant sciences, military and many other sub-divisions. af 1 of Iv- 4 W ...nd 'rl me J 1 3 'N r. W 'Z 'UW iik "1 Klux A Unifl- weve Aqua: f- .ef f K if Hn i all 27 David Street Dave Street, a pre-med major from Bozeman, is the capable president of the Associated Students of Montana State College. Dave also presides over the Student Senate, Which discusses student complaints and governs student activi- ties. His main task is to promote co- operation between the students and the administration at MSC. Dave is a past Dulce of the Fang Chapter of Intercollegiate Knights. Some of his many other activities in- clude Phi Sigma, Mu Sigma Alpha, and Septemviri. Dave is a member of the Sigma Chi Fraternity. MSC Don Graham Glenelle Wood and president of I.F.C. cron Pi Sorority. The vice-president of ASMSC 1S Don Graham. Don, a senior ma joring in Soils, hails from Columbia Falls, Mont. He is also president of Alpha Gamma Rho F1 iternlty The secretary of the Student Senate is Clenelle Wood She IS a Zoology major from Miami Beach Florida. Her activities include being president of Mortar Board and vice president of Alpha Omi A very capable President of the Associated Wfomen Students, lean has the responsibility of seeing that the purpose of AXVS, which is regulating all WO1Tl6'll,S activities on campus, is run smoothly. This includes closing hours and study hours in the different Wom- enis housing. Some of leans other ac- ev l 'mite tivities include Mortar Board, Phi Kappa Phi, Dolphins, and she is also a member of Pi Beta Phi Sorority. AVVS vice president, Myrt Flaske- rud, Whose heme is Havre, Mon- tana, is also Kappa Delta President. She is a Home Ec. major and Pres- ident of the Home EC. Club. Secretary of ANVS and also a Home Ec. major, this is Karen Olsen. Karen claims Bozeman as her home and is a member of the Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority. 1 " we 2:23 Jean Allen Myrt Flaskerud Karen Olson Wk v .-nr., vfsxiiif if fx S . Q X . F 5" N 5 gr- N :app , X 0 to R.: Bill Barclay. Student Member of Bookstoreg Roy Lashway, Comm. of Student Uniong Wally McRae, Comm. of Dramatics. The main duty of a commissioner is that he is responsible for the respective board of which he is commissioner. 'Each commissioner is responsible for submitting their own budget to Student Senate and the Senate must approve this budget. The commissioners are automatically members of Student Senate, and are there- fore subject to any of the various jobs or committees that Senate may wish to put them on, even though it may have nothing to do With his primary duty. Another job of a commissioner is re- porting to Student Senate important things which go on at their meetings so that Sen- ate will know what is taking place and will be able to better function as a governing body. Standing: Joe Redfield, Comm. of Athleticsg Hugh Standing: Don White, Comm. of Financeg Dave Schmidt, Collison, Comm. of Music. Sitting: Pat Barney, Comm. of Forensicsg Alice Keene, Comm. of Social Affairs. Comm. of Demonstrations. Sitting: Tom Evans, Comm. of Judging Teamsg Liz Tobey, Comm. of Publications. V- ,f gs , af, inf Q57 I K VX!!! -Ee 'N W B My ,- Row 1, L. to R.: Bud Peres, Jack Pierce, Alice Keene, Phyllis Noel, David Street, Pat Barney, Liz Tobey, Jean Allen, Rick Vognild, Hugh Collison. Row 2: Lee Cronk, Mac Peterson, Glenelle Wood, Don White, Pauline Bushnell, Joe Redfield, Tom Evans, Jerry Wheeler. Row 3: Don Graham, Don Freshour, Sharon Boe, Melvin Peterson, Dave Schmidt, Bob Mollerstuen, Bonnie Nor- ling, Marlene McPherson, Dick Sinclair, Eugene Olsen. STUDE T TE The Student Senate is the student voice in campus activities. Any student who has an interest in student government is urged to attend its meetings at 5 oclock every Monday. A branch which sprang from Senate this past year was the traditions board which is devoted to promote the functioning ol traditions on MSC s campus. The Connnissioner of Demonstrations is its cliairnian. Traditions Board Qi 1, xl in Row 1, L. to R.: Sharon Boe, i Pauline Bushnell, Bonnie t Norling. Row 2: Bob Mollerstuen, Don Graham, Ev McGloth- lin, Dave Schmidt, Rick Vognild. Row 3: Vern Robertson, E. D. Vaughan, Jerry Sider- ius, Mac Peterson, Bud Peres, David Street. l I f nu-9 i . fhw Student Union Board Row 1, L. to R.: Mildred J. Leigh, Ymerkip Von Eckhof, Hugo G. Eck. Row 2: Edwin Howard, Roy Lashway, Eugene Olsen, Chas. Hanson. Not pictured: James Van Winkle, Dean Katherine Roy. Working constantly to maintain peace and harmony among all students and faculty members are these several stu- dent-faculty committees. These are rather unique committees, as students on very few college campuses get to voice their opinions in the affairs of the college. Each committee has its own special field of con- cern and always find plenty to keep them busy. TUDE T--FACULTY Library Committee Row l, L. to R.: Agnes Wigginhorn, Lesley Heathcote, Bertha Clow, Janey Murphy. Row 2: D. Wessel, Howard Dean, Richard C. Froesch- ner, Dale Beland, Charles Caughlan. Not pictured: Earl Fellbaum, Doug Armstrong. Assemblies Committee Row 1, L. to R.: Harvey F. Baty, Sarah J. Vinke, Esther Brown, James F. Nickerson. A Row 2: Jerold Hanto, Merrill G. Burlingame, Richard K. Sinclair, Deanna Suneson, E. D. Vaughan, Marvin Woodring, Val Glynn. 32 g lv . Q n ll , A 41 8. , f ' gm 1 JF' 5 2 7 'it h Q7 My 'i a ' W' " . s' ' of QQ! If if " 1 ' ,Sf 'Z i K sim j v W 1 1 .." as V 4 r ' Q.. ,ft , .f , . v sa' : L x t y V A H 1 7 s A' . X' 1 , ,J I X Student-Faculty Relations Row 1, L. to R.: Avis Griffith, Jeanne Briggs. Row 2: George Herman, Kenneth Ewing, Marga Hose- aus, Curtis Dassonville, James W. Van Winkle. COMMITTEES Student-Faculty Social Affairs Committee Row 1, L. to R.: Esther Brown, Alice Keene, Sue Keller. Row 2: Lloyd Becraft, A. B. Oviatt, Lloyd C. Rife. .N I -i ..l,-x - 54, .r 1- -:9 1 his Publications Board Row 1, L. to R.: Mary Jo Morton, Les Muchmore, How- ard L. Huffman, Louis G. True, Lee Cronk, Liz Tobey. Row 2: Bob Bleakman, Rick Vognild, Bob Roy, Boyd Hardy, Don Freshour, Herbert M. White, H. G. Cockrum. Not pictured: Bob Southall. Instruction and Curriculum Committee Row 1, L. to R.: Sarah Newman, Martha Hawks- worth, Joan Hopper. Row 2: M. S. Monson, Dave Schmidt, Robert G. Dun- bar, Charles C. Bradley, L. O. Binder. Not pictured: Dr. Dodge, Dr. Nelson. n ' " Q 'V PWM' a 'vc 'Z' ff ' 1. '2 .' . 1 . fri? - . . rs., : . if sas -. , .. P 1 is 1. 'lair 83 YQ 1 1.2 1,4 Q 4 4 ir Q 'rl mms ff ' 4 4 4 'Il l iii. f 1 ?'-Y. . was if QMQEQIEQEQQMX 13 11"-fa' Qs "' ? ",' " T: N hung if Wu 1 923 QL u 3 Q Z5 ,, I u ,wg THE actions of man are like file index of fl bookg they point wha? is most rengrzrkable in Um. '- 953-7 THOMAS 1957 I ' T' 1 "'5. '5"W""ZsQ '5 3 - 9 5 t 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 3 5 1 5 Q 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 c 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 3 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 53 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 Q 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 1 F OLD TIMES ' . First MSC Presidents. From L to R, Hamilton, Reid, Atkinson - Montana Hall and old Chemistry Building Agriculture Department - - Annual Tug-of-War Freshman Class, about 1903 - 999999 4 I 4 9 Q3 yr: '1 55555 W 99 99999999 9 9 . - - ,, - Q Q - 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - .. - - - - - - - 9 One of the highlights of Foren- sics this year was when they debated against two Oxford dehaters fall quar- ter on a proposition concerned with NATO. MSC dehaters took part in the Rocky Mountain forensics league tournament last November. Foren- sics sent representatives to the North- West dehate tournament at the Col- lege of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minn., and also to Portland, Oregon, Where they participated in the Town Meet- ing Conference. Two Forensics members repre- sented MSC at the National Pi Kappa Delta convention and tournament at Brookings, So. Dakota. yr. Intramural debaters in the Student Union lounge FORE S CS Row 1, L. to R.: Leon Isaacson, Bill Barclay, Don Rasmussen, Don Micken. Row 2: John Parker, Jean Newkirk, Jo Mareno. V , . f Ss V R - 4 - s is , 74 M, ,qx7.?.f1jil,w.5fQ : QM xp . - . U .s T sw A . M swf, swf -4.-as 1 ' Q TQ. K ' Q New-fists W, sz' - V , Q f , x f . . , 4 , it svzfwwasii f 2 S Zi n? ' Av' Q N is f ' V, is 7 -' -. . UQ ', - N t ' fm'-..s"H ig 1 5 1- ' Q " r T f is q., K , .ww , g " N ' K Qi. wx ff . . .1 bf JS sunk ,, ., Q V as we X 'Wllsii Les Muchmore. Business Manager, and Rick Vognild, Editor Probably the most Widely read of any student publication is the EXPON- ENT. This paper contains news items, notices, jokes, society column, and any or all pertinent material that helps to keep the students Well informed. The EXPONENT is supported through student activity fees, advertis- ing and subscriptions. It is often the center of heated campus issues and is always the center of information. MO T A EXPON NT Row 1, L. to R.: Mary Gay Taylor, Pam McCabe, Everett McG1oth1in, Bonnie Black- burn, Ruth Grosswiler. Row 2: A1 Dross, Jerry Hietpas, George Mattson, Mick McNico1, Tom Knapp. kfnj E a ME agar " sw 4 53 ' . Fw ' "" IM? L. 38 if: In nh' 1 l S' 'lg rw The new office is the scene of the same old happy times and hard work. Rick Vognild sss.s is , ieee,Editor Deanna Suneson - Copy Editor Les Muchniore .... ..--ie-eBusi11ess Manager Shirley Fonsek eees cExchange Editor George Mattson ...... .....e N ews Editor Sydney Myers ,eeer Society Editor Ev McGlothlin irr. r.ii , .Sports Editor Mick McNieol ,cc,ee ..... . Feature Editor L. to R.: Kitty Jermin, Jeanne Erickson, Leftie Danielson, Jill Bateman, Deanna Suneson YD Row l, L. to R.: Daryll Smith, Karen Magill, Karen Baird, H. G. Cockrum, Caryl Noyes, Donna Johnson, Janine Peterson. Row 2: LeRoy D. Luft, Curtis R. Dassonville, Jay Anderson, Dave Kathman, Russell Johnson, Bill Ochs. Row 3: Duane Arneklev, Robert C. Peterson, Jim Nicholes, Mike Layton, Don Rossmiller, John F. Taylor, Harold Farris. Not Pictured: Bob Martin, Jerry Evans, Don Christenson, Della Hanson, Tom Evans, Ruth Harlow, Dave Kimball, Bob Redman, Bill Hamill, Pat Pacovsky. COLLEGE FARMER Boyd Hardy, Business Manager, and Lee Cronk. Editor. The College Farmer is published , four times yearly, each time featuring 2 ,Z 1, A3 the agriculture of one county of the state. Although almost entirely pub- lished by the agricultural students of the college, many other students with various majors also contribute much to this rapidly growing magazine. 7 V171 5 f Only last year this magazine Was voted membership in the Agricultural College Magazines Associated. S 40 "W v- f Row 1, L, to R.: Art Neill, John Newman, Marian Carty, Bob Roy, Skip Griffith, Jack Pierce, How- ard Huffman. Row 2: Bob Bleakman, Clayton Landa, Jim Skillen, Chuck Bentz, John Slocombe, Fritz Durfee. Not Pictured: Les Muchmore, Dick Johnson, Bob Jones, Al Dross. MO The Montana Engineer is a mag- azine that includes new developments in the technical World, and engineering projects concerning the campus, state, and nation. It is published four times a year hy the engineering students at MSC. Each year one edition of the Engi- neer is Written up especially for the students visiting MSC during High School Week. Bob Bleakman, Business Manager: Bob Roy and Jack Pierce, Editors 41 I. Bob Southall, Business Manager, and Don Freshour, Editor. The Montanan Gffiee, which is in the far corner of the lower floor of the SUB, is where this volume originates. Anyone can work on it but they must have two special requirements. One is time, the other is willingness to work without much reward or recognition. A lot of hard work, midnight oil, con- fusion and fun for all is the reward of the people who put out your yearbook. Row l, L. to R.: Kay LaFond, Gerry Day, S. Audrey Almy, Della Hanson, Kitty Jermin, Carol Peterson. Row 2: Frances Ramsay, Betty Pearson, Shirley Rae Smith, Jeanne Wood, Barbara Carlson, Kay Johnson. Row 3: Jack Pierce, Bill Bueklin, Karleen Skoog, Duane Arneklev, Al Dross. 42 , Gail Halpin, Connie Foss. and Dawnie Rhine working? The loyal flash bulb pop- pers, Bob Warren, Leigh Johnson, Bill Bucklin. Al Dross. Ed1tO1'O OO O OO Associate Editor O Business Manager O OO O T' sf K 4 'ffl DON FRESHOUR .O IACK PIERCE BOB SOUTHALL Advertising Manager OO OO O DON HUNT Photographic Editor OO O AL DROSS Office Manager O, OO CAROLE KAMHOOT Copy Editor O O O rrrrr .. CONNIE FOSS OC Yin! -.l . xx? fx .nn-Q, "Old Timesv Editor O O O OOOOODAN YVATTS Sports Editor rrrrr OO OO HM BAVVDEN Art Editor O O AUDREY ALNIY Index Editors DAVE KATHNIAN RON CHAIIANI Curtoonist OO KARLEEN SKOOC Row l, L. to R.: Marian Hankins, Sydney Myers, Carole Kamhoot, Donna Grove, Patty Faught Dawn Rhine. Row 2: Mike Layton, Bob Warren, Pete Richardson, Dave Kathman, Leigh Johnson, Dale Beland Row 3: Jim Bawden, David W, Whitham, Danny Watts, Ron Graham, Jim Fry, Floyd Haugen. , J' 133 Y ' ,, af ' B13 gli? 911:94 f X ' xr'-,,,f' X5,1,,Og V , N, lvl MN- ,wr H7 t 'A ' ff-1' 6 X 35,55 my - K O tv A f rs' 1? 1113 P ' O 1 'Qi' t E- , i ff' - i R - 1 5 v f :vc vt' -1 g 'j 4 C-M' e., , The last five or six years has found MSC's enrollment more than doubled itself. Also in this time the need for higger classrooms, higger dorms, a hig- ger athletic center, an enlarged Student Union and an increase in the faculty became apparent and most of these changes have heen made. What was hound to happen did hap- pen as We equalled and passed the en- rollment of our little sister to the West, MSU. The three-thousandth student, William Wade, passes the checker. CGLLEGE CLIP Girls and boys alike crammed for the honors at the Lovely Marilyn Dugdale was crowned annual Pi Week pie eating contest. Queen of Pi Week. 44 From left to right are Carl Smith as File: John Brookhart as Jim Curryg Doug Devol as The Sheriffg Neal Roberts as H, C. Curry, and Jim Larsen as Noah Cui ry WI TER PLAY THE RAINMAKER The occasion for the winter play was the dedi- cation of MSC,s new theatre located in the old SUB ballroom. c'The Rainmakerv was an appropriate in- troduction for the new home of MSC dramatics. The story of a plain girl who has given up hope of ever getting married is the basis of the story. Her fam- ilyis efforts to help and the entry into their lives of the rainmaker further complicates matters before things are settled to the happiness of all. With the use of lighting, three different stage sets were effec- tively used. Superior acting made each character vivid and alive. ml' he Rainmakern played for five consecutive days to capacity crowds. A scene from the practice sessions which took place every night for many weeks. Liz Curry by Audrey Almy and Starbuck by Tom Sandenow in a moment of intense discussion. Q 4 vi -TQ N ..- 2-as The Bobcat Band is an active group on campus, adding to many events. They traveled to Little Rock and gave the football team support and presented a very good program. MUSIC The Orchestra presents several assemblies and concerts during the year as well as their participation in the annual Christmas Sing. Q ,.'. 32-idxfi EZ3Ei'F?'3ff MADRIGALS Row 1, L. to R.: Joan Hopper, Karen Keyes, Ellene Brandt, Joan Welch, Richard Schlatter, Carolyn Sargent, Sharon Boe, Sonja Larson, June Long. Row 2: Everett McG1oth1in, Robert Nute, Lanny Fred, Pam McCabe, Barbara Jo Kcrns, Frankie Hougaard, Charles Bentz, George McCrea, A1 McC1oy. The largest musical group on campus is the mixed chorus. Their main ac- tivity is the presentation of two full length presentations. Below is the staging of the 'gMessiah,' last December. 53, L ' Sexy X 's.. xg 3 CONCERT CHORUS Row 1, L, to R.: Caryl Noyes, Adrienne Syme, Claudia Hardy, Kathryn Williams, Carol Vorell, Joan Hutchin- son, Carol Mockel, Carol Jean Mathews, Barbara Kerns, Ellene Brandt, Janet Gillette, Jan Dobler, Joan Welch, Jeanne Erickson, Janice Jacobson. Row 2: Jo Ann Long, Carollee Slotsve, Trucilla Weimer, Karen Munson, Beverly Hart, Freda Chamberlin, Anna Johnson, Loneta Bartlett, Mary Gay Taylor, Stella Milanovich, Sharon Kelly, Mildred Greer, Sonja Larson, Ellen McCracken, Sue Keller, Margaret Jones, Helen Valach. Row 3: John Newman, George Gowlland, Hayes Bryan, Hugh Collison, Lawrence Allsop, Glenn Porter, Oliver Sasse, Ron Skabo, Richard Nagle, Jack Meyer, Bob Nute, Dale Beland. Row 4: John Taylor, Marvin Koskela, Greg Nelson, Albert McCloy, Lee Adami, Alvin Rangitsch, Carl Firm, Bob Southall, Clarence Wahl, Robert Currie. TWIRLERS Row 1, L, to R.: Kathy Winiecke, Billie Lynch, Janine Peterson. Row 2: Sharon Kelly, Lelia Sullivan, Lois Lundmark, Shirley Tennant, Carol Dubay, Eileen Immonen, Janet Reed. 954 vw vunnfgwws 'R' . ,,,,,MdWw- E533 W5 ' xx?im""""'3'!.F'.'!'!:' " "-'M'-'S' 'Q ' f 1 wf few' me im? '?!!ei o... QI Mflaf . Lost: two green beanies. Lost: one spur. - 'sg Lost: one-half Aluminum Bowl trophy LO T and F GU Lost: one bowling ball. Found: one in every crowd. fi D 6 2' Q13-:sud J - x, - I ..., mix, M ge K , 'x WPS ,x E L f.. - X - xxm MN V , -Y. 'xg . 5 1 . V xx, . 4 : A-f 4- . 17' x x L. to R.: S. A. Thies, Duane Arneklev, Harold Guenth- ner, Gerald Ellis. Crops Judging Team The second Crops judging Team entered by MSC since World War II competed in both the National Crops judging Contest in Kansas City, and the International Crops judging Con- test in Chicago. The team placed 10th in both contests. A perfect score in cotton grading was achieved by the team in the Chicago contest. Duane Arneklev was second high individual in commercial grading in Kansas City. The team traveled 3,500 miles of some of the midWest's finest agricultural country which in itself served a very educational purpose. The board of judging Teams acts as the central organization of the various teams. Crain, livestock, Wool, dairy cattle and dairy products teams can be formed under the supervision of the depart- ments. Row 1, L. to R.: Delbert Pasha, Sid Turnquist. Row 2: James Bassett, John Melott, Bill Denecke. Wool Judging Team This year the Wool judges trav- eled to Denver, Colorado, to compete in the National Western Livestock ShoW,s judging contests. They scored high but were des- tined to come out in sixth place among the eleven teams participating. john Melott tied for the honor of being the second high individual Wool judge in the contest. Much credit goes to their coach, jim Bassett, for his efforts. -Q1 Do you feel like this on Monday morning? Do instructors put you behind the 8-ball? IGI'THEBLE Don't get burned up! The last of the "Paper Pa1ace." Hudson House. Ugly Man, you should be so lucky. J f 1 . 1, 4 l , ,avid X jg! 3- h 'xetx4,Q 1 f , ni 'W V t Q '21 'f' l f-at fr' Ei ff, . - X-if Q. :I fat. are i, 'z i ll - ' X EJ ' ,ft :Fx , g, -Via ii' Q 515' I wk ,Q A f" wwf' have Q xii " 'I The parade passes the flag pole on its way to the gymnasium. Jean Welch, the new five-year speaker, talks with the past speaker, Hazel Hardie Johnston. WOMEN'S DAY 52 Completely and exclusively per- formed by the female members of Montana State College student body, is this annual Womenis Day, a beau- tiful occasion of pageantry and im- portance. Led by Dean Brown, the five- year speaker, honored guests, seniors and spurs, the student body Women form a parade that originates at the Student Union Building. From there it goes past Hamilton Hall to Her- rick, up Hello Walk and down the oval to the gymnasium. An assembly in the gymnasium honors the out- standing Women. Above: Awards are presented to outstanding women students. Below: Dean Brown cuts the ties of college life. Bright and early, one day in the r Fall, bewildered Freshmen are torn from warm beds by much, much noise. This is the big day, the day our "MU is white-washed by all the Frosh. Spurs and Fangs keep the line moving up to the top of the hill, midst the entanglement of water cans, lime and borrowed brooms. Splash . . . another rock is white, bang . . . there goes a water can down the hill ..., and so it goes as every- one has a good time working. When the 'gMv shines with a new coat of white-wash, all head to the bottom, set to enjoy the holiday, but remem- ber all you tired muscles, we do it again in the spring. Above: Following the tradition that has stood as long as the "M" has existed. Below: The task completed and down the hill we go - faster than we came up. -DAY Lime and water forms the all-purpose covering. The "M" stands out boldly as the ageless which is about what it is used for. symbol of this proud campus. msn... ....s....A-.1--m-1---J .. ,:'1L,,-. i, . , W-.- .-, r.n..,, , ,, , aa... f .--M,-.122.4---as-1-..,...,i.s The SUB front became the entrance to the headquarters of the IK's. Last spring Montana State Col- lege was the site of the National Intercollegiate Knight Convention at which some three hundred college students from Western colleges Were represented. Coats of arms were designed and made by each chapter for the decora- tion of the SUB ballroom Where the IK Ball Was held. The Queen of all IK,s was crowned at the Ball. Other activities taking place dur- ing the convention were many meet- ings, a sports program, a stag party and a banquet on the last day. The great success of this conven- tion Was due largely to the months of preparation by the Fang Chapter here at MSC. IK CCNVENTIO Business meetings were concerned with a closer The court jesters provided entertainment coordination of Chapter activities. for the Ball. 54 The International Clulm presents its International Ball each year featuring, a unique aucl interesting program. The students from other countries luring many native clanees and some very unusual talent to the campus ot RISC. EVENTS, ETC. The Spur-Fang Mixer, last spring founcl Ian Tohey Chosen as the Spur of the Monient and Don Freshour as the Knight ot Knights. Mack Peterson aucl Ellen Swanclal present the awards. 55 Test taking is only a part, but it is important. Smith clues visitors in on the real low-down. The dance may be for the high school students but familiar faces do appear. I HIGH SCHOGL The last week-encl in April sees High School Seniors from inore than 100 schools in Montana on the MSC campus. The purpose is for college orientation and taking tests. W7hile these students are on the campus they get a real taste of college life, as they live in college dormitories or houses, eat college food, and keep college hours. During the few short Clays these seniors are on cainpus they take a large battery of tests, and have sev- eral hours of orientation. They also join in a variety of social activities while on campus, as the Spurs and F angs sponsor a High School WVeek mixer for them. There is a talent show, and to top off these few clays of tests and orientation, Mortar Board sponsors a carnival. NJ fmt B 4. A4 'nw- iz ni ' if-A ' . 'v-uct 'D 1 fix -N fN .ni , 'N I I Pl-XGT Ill' EEK WS: I k5j 4 f 1 The KD's present their part of the Bless you John, I think. Anyway, this is part Variety Show. of the Mortar Board Carnival. Going through the feed line. Merle Quammen, then of Powell County High School. Some of the Scholarship winners who received awards for their high test scores. 54 l Manager Lee Bawclen and the Harvest Ball Queen, Karen Frost, who reigns over the "Little I". Between them are the division trophies, the Kiwanis Plaque and the Galt Memorial trophy, Each spring the Little International, well known on our campus, is sponsored by Ag Club. Many weeks of hard work go into the preparation for the show. Any Ag Club mem- ber is eligible to show. During this time the showmen and women tame, break to lead and carefully fit the animals for the show ring. Tlre winner of each division is awarded an animal of the class which he showed. Each division winner then competes for the Grand Champion Showman. Students do all the directing and man- aging of the show. As a special sideline, soror- ity girls have their hand at cow milking while the fraternities scramble for a greased pig. The Little :Ti is based on cooperative spirit and competition among all those interested in livestock and agriculture. LITTLE " i' Norval Marsh. champion showman, receives the Galt Memorial trophy from one of the sponsors. 58 Tom Evans, Assistant Manager, and Karen Frost award the Sheep Division Championship to Bill Denecke. Bill Icenoggle, champion horse showman. Clyde Windecker, champion beef showman. Ken McDougal. champion dairy showman. S .'f"1Z' The Intercollegiate Rodeo each year brings teams to MSC from all over the Rocky Mountain region. The teams are formed by the best ropers, riders, doggers and wild cow milkers from any of the twenty-two schools in this region. The National Intercol- legiate Championship Was Won by the team from Sam Houston State of Texas. The MSC Rodeo Team had a good season but fell just short of reaching the National Championship Rodeo. TERCOLLEGI TE RCDEC Steady nerves and a strong back are enough to stop a few hundred pounds of beef, but you gotta know how. It's no disgrace to get piled. If it were there would be a lot ot disgraceful cowboys. Disillusion Dances are held every free night and many new friends are found. The girls haven't realized, as yet, their advan- tage in the supply and de- mand ratio. iffusion You get jabbed, patted. gawked at, weighed. meas- ured and all precautions taken to make sure that you can make it through regis- tration. Confusion "So what do YOU want?" It you make it through this. college is a snap. Some day the students should put the faculty through registration. Mi" ,"' X - - 9 S , ,r d"quv A V p W Y' , , 2 VF' m.,1.gfz,4, ' 1 . : r n ,L . ,us Anrsxrlf 3 ff V. -+ .. sg . t, K- - . L , ,,.,gm . ,Q - , , p I is , IK, ,K . 93 .S 2 ll., V M ,S ,Q 1 X N g Q ,gp X Q, P., -l +.,H,f5ams'fQe' Qggw. , by ., , Vp t -15 Q" Irby- '..9'a.,.' . -if 233 -f . 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' X EX W ta. , ,x aww si, ,gc iff X X M x .fi wfnx f , sim. , XJ .,.- ' v fm-S. ,,z.,w3x-Q'f i i sn. N fix -X: xgvq e, QV ,e Q Xi 4 ' ' X a W Y f za?-fi WMS A-g ss4s 5':qg 7 ' , fxifsw i' , Q 'Q t s Y . ze .5 . '.s..,r.r ,,,w.....W,3 f -.vi?ff4 'i5'V HOMECOMI 62 President Renne crowned Jo R o b a n as Homecoming Queen, her attendants, Liz Cantieny and Jane Bishop look on. Elvis P. Brookhart and the Lashway gang help enter- tain at the Variety Show. Friday night. '52, The band presented the game's half time ceremony along with the winning floats. An enthusiastic crowd watched MSC romp over Idaho State, Saturday afternoon. ff, Once again fellow class mates reunited to reminisce the ugood old days gone by at dear old MSCS. The c'Queen,s Tourv of the major cities in Montana was a new and unique type of pub- licity and was considered very beneficial to the college and to Homecoming. The week-end of excitement started off with an Alumni banquet on Friday, followed by a talent show, which featured the crown- ing of Io Aim Rohan as Homecoming Queen. Then over to the football field where a pep rally was held. Early Saturday morning one could hear the stirring music of the bands and see the finely-made floats glittering in the sun- light, as the parade set the spirit of the day going. The Cats, scratched through with a vic- tory over Idaho State and the dreamy music of Buddy Morrowis dance band at the ball, brought the excitement packed week-end to a close as a huge success. Buddy Morrow and his Orchestra. Chi Omega's first place float. Sigma Chi's winning float. fl ,idifif im" 'L,poH4-""g ,...I - v fi.. lf' 1 4-1 . gilmtff .i . I The bowl-bound Bobcats down Idaho State to add to the festivities of the week-end. Fifi 1 I 1' I , Q 4. f A ...W 'Z 7, 63 Kappa Delta. Sigma Nu. Through the gym and out to the people in their homes Went the joy- ful story of the holiday season, carried by the Well-practiced voices of the students of MSC. Amid the Worries of finals, these members of each or- ganized living group found time to practice the many favorite melodies of the season. With the organ prelude to set the pace, followed hy the orchestra, each group took their turn in Walking the Well-trodden path to the risers to sing out their message of glad tidings which soared high to make this yearis Christmas Sing a success in every Way. CHRI TMAS SING Lee Richardson played the organ. setting the mood for the sing. Quad A and B. Phi Sigma Kappa. Sigma C' Alpha Epsilon Pi Kappa Alpha Chi Omega Kappa Sigma Alpha Gamma Delia Alpha Gamma Rho N Fl 1' 5 X 1 1 w. vii if I 65 Father Liebler speaks at the first REW assembly. Religious Emphasis Week is an an- nual event on the MSC campus. The general purpose of this Week is to stim- ulate religious thinking on campus and to generate the spark of interest which brings about a more active religious pro- gram. Speakers from all over the country bring messages of inspiration and dis- play unusual talent in speaking and in finding the keys to many student prob- lems. The planning and presentation of the activities are carried out by student committees, around two hundred and fifty participate. Faculty members help by advising and speaking at the morn- ing chapel services. The religious coun- selor, Barbara Cooke, is the main-spring of the program and much credit goes to her. Alpha Psi Omega co-operated by presenting a dramatic presentation en- titled 'gBoy With a Cartf, RELIGIO PHASIS Regular meetings were held in the SUB and at the Religious Counse1or's office. The committee chairmen reported on their progress and maintained the co-ordination necessary for an effective program. refs? 4----B-i..... vm nl-HJ! V . , V I il ,S H7 X. f 4 9 The Co-chairmen of REW were Jean Painter and Sam The Spurs, Fangs and Mortar Board prepare to take Weeks. The General Chairman was Blake their places at the kick-off assembly of Zinnicker Knot picturedl. the REW activities. EEK v , 3 Q 1 h I 'I T' 1 is 9 5 E 'l ik, 3 1 Q? E ii: . Inspirational altar arrangements were erected in Danforth Chapel where morning chapel services and vespers were held. 67 RRY!! ll -159 WW! mfr 9 'er ,. . Q!fsv"V:'il W H sf- W ' fx-tial 1 Di "- X 525011. E-If QA. .Q LL! Qlki ls- MFT. ' ,gki Ca IC r. 4 :eww "glint . nh 1 This elaborate lighting system lights the stairway These are the mechanics of the down to the bookstore and game room. new bowling alleys. fun l L DDITIO The SUB took on a new look as the addition took shape over last sum- mer. The long needed improvements came about finally and it is hard to believe that our SUB has a health service, theater, bowling alleys, game areas, a big coffee shop and dining area, new publicationis offices, a fancy new bookstore and just about every- thing possible. The students over the past years realized what was needed and worked hard to get it started. We are the ones who benefit from the efforts of those people, some of whom are still here. Mildred Leigh and Hugo Eck have put in many long hours and are still doing the same. Above: The health service found its way into the SUB and is lo- cated on the east side. Below: This fancy, self-service store allows more efficient and quicker service. - . X 4 - . .V ...ig- The big event of the ski carnival was the races and contests held at the Bridger Bowl. This year because of the stormy weather the contests were unable to be finished during the car- nival. The snow sculptures probably caused the most attention, planning and work of the whole carnival. Many hours of strenuous labor go into the making of the intricate sculptures made by all of the living groups. Climaxing another successful ski carnival was the crowning of a Ski Queen and King during the dance at the Masonic Temple. Above: Preparing for the start of one of the many contests Below: Bob Bleakman. Ski King and Sue Keller, Ski Queen Winning sculpture of the women's houses was Alpha Omicron P1 Of the men s l1v1ng groups the Sigma Nu s ran supreme -W5 -24? germ The Chinese Auction, where services are offered for a price, again was held with Wally McRae and Bill Barclay as the oriental auctioneers, CGLLEGE CAPER The Fabulous Four enter- tain at the Montanan Mixer. Pam McCabe's singing add- ed to the floor show. l Bob Warwood escorts the Coed Colonelette, Jane l Smith, at the Military Ball. sponsored by the Military Q Science Department. ' f 1 3 if Snowed? . . . . Me too! The Spotlight Dance was a new style event sponsored by Mu Sigma Alpha. Music by the Music Department. The Derby Dance rolled on in fine fashion. Bob Fergerson was elected "King of the Hill" and the evening was enjoyed by all . . . especially by Bob. Cum 'Z C5 M9d?rA+ I 1' I M V rs M mum- """""" ruuvqgmv 730 MISS MONTANAN female Zlcdcfa HOMECOMINC QUEEN fa Nm Qaim SPUR OF THE MOMENT fame! 706W ,,..1 f. .55 '. ' , ,A Q.- .2 - vu - 3,2123 .--'ff at I V .fl-. ,Y ,fffx ., ,. wk Je X"-::l., 4 , -.gq0,1S, 1 1 wi 4 N Qvaih Q. . J gf, 'C " va qs" ' 1. .-r.- 2 A., , X, T. W , ., f ' :1'1 X Fw X i mu 1, X 'W , my -ug.. 'fx X . WN, 5 Wm iiHQ1-Iwi. 9' , w ,, .xFf'g'. wifrzxfffb, uk. M:v1:f,,-3:-N Zwzmf- Wtlegg qi- : ,wmv-sqrfq TEKAWQW,-ggi ' - ?W4?f933Mf x 5, . f g':?ffI'f:Llf 1: ' " fag: ' ASA Mkiliiw Y 'Q Q fW2:41',?m 1- "4 ' ' "" XHA. Mmm, Mhgwim-Q , 'wx sw +1+axM-W .N ,N Q:-ggi: fQQt.4,Q:1gg- K. IARVESM BALI, QUEEN ge 046211 153' - sz P-'f-' AO COED COLONELETTE Wiz? The first president, Dr. James Reid. presided from 1894 to 1904. Below: The Exponent was first seen in May, 1895. and was started by faculty members of the col- lege. u Pr sid ms s, rv In .fi 45 On the left you see the first annual pro- duced at Montana Agricultural College. The preface of 'iThe Blue and Goldv ends in these words . . if We have done anything to merit your appreciation, or have made it any easier for those who will follow in our footsteps, our labors and troubles have not been in vainf' It was signed by the editor, lames A. Peterson. The first few pages concerned the college history and the first president, Iarnes Reid. Then came the faculty and classes. The Seniors and Iuniors had individual pictures, the Sophomore and Freshman classes had group pictures. Also included were the di- visions, clubs, sports, activities and advertis- ing. The book was called a junior Annual because it was edited by the junior class as it was for several years following this. Fifty years is quite a while to most of us and on this anniversary we enjoy bringing back the first book as part of the fiftieth. The seniors were presented in much the same way as now. Note Frieda Bull, well known to all. Below: Sports were similar to now but the uni- form tor the girls covered more and the men's covered less, feb' N.- .. , Y ,-. .W .....,..p..n..-.AM .. n.......-.1 .... .Q i ' ri' 'Y A :ff- ,lJ,x, " SY . ' iii? ' ig fl . 3-' - 3 0 1 c 4 . K A n ,fmt Rn! YY V. .-. l ! 3-fc f rs ,- .,,f ' .l if U4 Y . ffwisaii ' Wh ' riffs ri'-3' X. W- M... w.....-.W ...,.W... .ef .M - - fhf.,-rl an-vmwwzf 'iw wfwnwm sq-UWM vw.-1-nun.-.-.W no-W ........,..,.....V...,,.,,.. ...... , "' Q ' - Q 3' 5 4 l h t fi A .4 1 1 n I 1. ,5 . I -1 1 , 1 I - "' - Lux i A .r A I, l , 4' 4 2 1 ft 'Y A . .Q . . . lil' ' ,J e . 'A I '- 'I 1. f qs, F '4 , Cblixnnndlufl it 1 V w V, K . it .I . If C un un.-an it .r 4' " 4 if ll' -K at 41 W if ,, 1+ i ,4 t 1+ as .K ll- X 'N 4 AQ f 49' . f aff ,H f ' uk 4 X 4 X W dpi!! I ew 4 'I W0 4 -K +1 VI , . JI , Q Q9 S :V Q 9 A A fbf Q5 O M , f. J uf ,W , , A.. --m,,-- NOTHING so goocl as n col- lege education, nor worse tlzon ll college wiflzouz' its ecllucofion. -BULWER j 19 07 at 5a5DITION 9 I 9 I 9 Q Q 99 Q Q 999 9999 ' 999 W 999999999999999999999996.9999999Q22QXQ22QQQ2 OLD TIMES i Montana Hall - 1917 Home Eo in MH Engineering Lab Drawing Class t in Ag Bldg. , i l'l9l99999l9'9llllI9'99999999999919999l99lI " Q 1 THE BIG TE This group of Seniors represents the cream of the crop They are selt cted by a ffrc ulty committee chosen by President Benne. Grades, activities and leadership are all con sidered in the selection of these honored students composing this ye 11 s Big Ten ARDIS JEAN ALLEN Jean Allen, President of the Associated Women Students, came to Montana State from Helena. She has been a member of several honoraries: Spurs, soph- omore womenis honorary, Phi Kappa Phi, senior scho- lastic honorary, Phi Sigma, biology professional, and Whois Who. Jeanis other activities include Dolphins and Con- cert Chorus. She will receive her degree in Applied Science and is a member of the Pi Beta Phi sorority and served as Vice President this past year. WILLIAM H. BARCLAY Bill Barclay has distinguished himself in activi- ties at MSC. Among his activities are Homecoming co-chairman, Student Member of the Bookstore, Les Bouffons, and Student Senate. Bill comes from New Rochelle, New York, and is a veteran. He will get his degree in Industrial Engineering. Bill is a strong believer in the saying that grades aren,t everything and puts in many hours on extra- curricular activities. F St. Louis Park, Minn. sentative. She belongs to Phi honorary, and Pi Omega orary. Dolphins, WAA Chi Omega sorority are over her four years. RONALD E. PAICE Ron Paige claims Twin Bridges as his home. majors in Ag. Education. Ronis honoraries include: Alpha Zeta, Ag. hon- orary, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma and Scabbard and Blade. Among his other activities are Farmhouse Club, Pres., Collegiate FF A, Pres., Ag. Club, IV foot- ball and intramurals. He ELIZABETH CANTIENY Lis Cantieny is a Commercial Science major from Liz was our candidate for Aluminum Bowl Queen and traveled to Little Rock as a very capable repre- Kappa Phi, senior scholastic Pi, Commercial Science hon- Rodeo Club, Ski Club and some of her other activities DAVID T. SCHMIDT As Commissioner of Demonstrations, and Tradi- IEAN ALLEN PAINTER jean is a Health and Physical Education major from Helena. She has been an active member in Dolphins, WAA, Canterbury Club, Ski Club and H or PE Club since her freshman year at college. During her senior year, jean was president of her sorority -- Pi Beta Phi, co-chairman of Religious Emphasis Week, a member of Mortar Board, Whois Who, and she also received an advanced honor schol- arship. tions Board Chairman, Dave has an important job on Student Senate. Some of the honors he has received are as fol- lows: Who's Who, Septemviri, Advanced Honor Scholarship, Fang officer, Phi Eta Sigma, and Scab- bard and Blade. Besides majoring in Mechanical Engineering, Dave's other activities were junior class President, ASME, Arnold Air Society, High School Week Com- mittee, Student-Faculty Committees, WUS Assemblies Chairman, BEW, Newman Club, and the Student Handbook Committee. JEROME D. SIDERIUS During jerryis senior year at MSC he served as president of his fraternity, Sigma Chi and also was president of Septemviri. jerry hails from Somers, Montana, and is a Chem- istry major. Among his activities are Arnold Air So- ciety, Interfraternity Council, Les Bouffons, Tradi- tions Board and M Club. As Well as being a member of many organizations, he has served an officer in nearly all of them. jerry Was selected as a member of Who's Who this past year. RICHARD A. VOGNILD Rick became quite Well known as the editor of the Exponent. XVhile attending college at Oregon State he was DAVID E. STREET Dave served this past year as President of the Stu- dent body. He is a Pre-Med major from Bozeman. Among his many accomplishments are Duke of Fangs, King of the Hill, Septemviri, Phi Sigma, Mu Sigma Alpha, Whois Who, and REW Co-chairman. Dave was Vice President of his sophomore class and has been active in chorus activities. He is a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity. Dave has set a fine example While being the Stu- dent Body President. 'V'- ff' a member of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. Rick came to MSC after his second year to major in Architectural Engineering and has been active on campus since then. During this past year he was selected as a member of Whois Who and served as Chairman of the Student Senate Re-evaluation committee. I .1 '-ref la an QQ. . .mad wwf DCNALD H. WHITE Don Was president of the Sigma Nu fraternity this past year as Well as being Commissioner of Fi- nance. He is a Mechanical Engineer from Livingston. A few of his pastimes are: NVho,s XVho, Phi Eta Sigma, Scabbard and Blade, Arnold Air Society, past officer of F angs, Distinguished Military Student, President of XVesley Foundation, Interchurch Council, Vice President of his junior Class, IFC, Co-chairman of High School VVeek, Square and Compass, ASME, VVorld Affairs forum, Intramural sports and debate. A 51352, N .-Q.. ' '4 'Xxx Q - Mix, IGRS VERN ROBERTSON Vice President FRITZ DURFEE Treasurer FRE-DA CHAMBERLIN Secretary RON SKABO Social Chairman BOB MOIILERSTUEN Prersident AAKHUS, MARGARET M.-Antelope. Elementary Edu- cation. Alpha Gamma Delta sorority: Newman Club 3, 4: Future Teachers Association, 43 AWS Council 3. ABBASS, SAADOON-Baghdad, Iraq. Mechanical En- gineering. ASME, International Club 1, 2, 3, 4. ADKINS, MARY J.-Livingston. Nu-rsing, ADLER, RICHARD R.-Billings. Health and Physical Education, AFDAHL, RONALD L.-Bozeman. Mechanical Engl- neering. ALBERT, DARREL H.-Kalispell, Industrial Arts. Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity: Ski Club 3, 4: IA Club 3. 4: Instruction and Curriculum Comm.: Intramural Sports: Los Angeles City College 1, 2. ALLISON. ARTHUR F.-Lewistown. Electrical Engi- neering. ALLISON, MRS. nomics. Pi Spurs 2: Ski 1, 3: Band 1: MARY D.-Lewistown. Home Eco- Beta Phi: Phi Upsilon Omlcroni Club 3, 4: Rodeo Club 1, 2, 3: REW Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4: LSA 1. 2. ALMY, SYLVIA Applied Art. AUDREY-South Westport, Mass. Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass. 1, 2: Pl Beta Phi Sorority: Delta Phi Delta: Art Club 3, 4: Montanan Art Editor 4: Exponent Business 4: Sock and Buskin 4: Ski Club 3: REW 3, 4: Rodeo Club 3: WAA 3, 4: Advanced Honor Scholarship 4. ANDERSON, DELLA L.--Livingston. Nursing. ANDERSON. RICHARD G.-Missoula. Commercial Science. ANDREWS, PATRICK F.-Billings. Commercial Scl- ence. Sigma Chl Fraternity: REW 2: Advanced MS 3, 4: Army ROTC Drill Team 3, 4: Com- mander 4: Scabbard and Blade 3, 4: Square and Compass 2, 3: Military Ball Co-Chairman 4: In- tramural sports 1. 4: High School Week 3: Rifle Team 2, ARNOLD, WILLIAM L.-Gardiner. Mechanical En- gineering. AUSTIN, JOHN K.-Glasgow. Commercial Science. BAACK, AUDY W.-Carter. Horticulture. Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity: Alumni Secretary 2, 3: Secre- tary 3, 4: Kappa Kappa Psi 3, 4, secretary 3, 4: Flying Co-op 4: Montana Florist Scholarship 4: Montanan Staff 3: Rifle Team 2: REW 3: Band 1, 4: Square and Compass 3: Ag Club 2. BALDWIN, WILEY M.-Bonner. Electrical Engineer- ing. BANDOW, KENNETH D.-Choteau. Chemical Engi- neering. BARBER, GRACE K.-Livingston. Bacteriology, Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4: Phi Sigma 2, 4: Alpha Lambda Delta 2, President: Dean B. Swingle Award: Ad- vanced Honor Scholarships: Who's Who in Amer- ican Colleges and Universities: MSC Scholastic Competitive Scholarship: Rifle Club 1, 2, Secre- tary 2: Elks Scholarship 3: High School Week 2, 4. BARBER, KENNETH F.-Denton. Mechanical Engi- neering. American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers 2, 4, President 4: Engineering Council 3: Mu Sigma Alpha 2, 4: Men's Chorus 2: Veterans Club 2, 4. BARNEY, PATRICIA A.-Great Falls. Applied Art. Alpha Omicron Pi, Historian, Social Chairman: Harrison Award: Phi Kappa Phi: Student Senate, Commissioner of Forensics: Feature Editor of Ex- ponent: Art Club, Vice President: Art Bazaar, Chairman: Delta Phi Delta: Alpha Lambda Delta. BARTLEMAY, JAMES M.-Three Forks. Electrical Engineering. BARNICK, ROSANNE, Jud, North Dakota, Elemen- tary Education. BAWDEN, BOYD R.-Helena. Education. BEADLE, Mrs. Billie D,-Butte. Bacteriology. Alpha Omicron Pl: Spurs: Mortar Board: Phi Sigma: REW: ICC Committee. 43 40 --I -,,,,,-4 ' .-in 152. 4 V I N5 Y.--all ive' if" ef fb? if -swf' 1-I if X Q . X BEATTY, ROBERT N.-Great Falls. Chemical Engl- neering. Kappa Sigma Fraternity: AIChE: Square and Compass: Exponent Staff, Montanan Staff: Intramural Sports. BENNETT, HOMER, S.-Helena. Industrial Arts. BERGMAN, JAMES D.-Bozeman. Secondary Educa- tion. K BERRES, FRANCIS J.-Glendive. Commercial Sci- ence. BERTHELOTE, MRS. JEAN-Butte. Nursing. BIRD, WAYNE E.-Bozeman. Ag Economics and Ae Engineering. BLACK, ROBERT M. -Great Falls. Commercial Sci- ence. Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Base- ball 1, 2. 3. 45 Varsity Basketball 1, 2: M Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Who's Who: Future Teachers of Amer- ica 3, 4: High School Week Testing Comm. BOESPFLUG, JAMES F.-Bozeman. Industrial Engi- neering. BONVDY, FRANK E. JR.-Great Falls. Architectural Engineering. BOSTWICK, MAURICE G.-Dillon. Architectural En- gineering. BRADSHAW, CAROL ANN-Drummond. Home Eco- nomics. BRADSHAW, SETH D.-Drummond. Electrical Engi- neering. BRANDT, DALE A.-Rudyard. Agricultural Econom-- ics. BRIGGS, NORA JEAN-Butte. Home Economics. BROWN, BERNARJD L.-Bozeman. Agronomy. BROWN, MRS. NORMIA D.-Bozeman. Commercial Science. Alpha Gamma Delta. BURLEIGH, D. JILL-Helena, Home Economics. BYWATER, MRS. RITA C.-Butte. Nursing. CACCIATORE, ARJMAND F. -'Niagara Falls, N.Y. Commercial Science. M Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3: Football Manager 4: Wres- tling 1, 2, 3, 4, Team Captain 4: H 8a P'E Club. CAIN. CHARLES M. JR.-Port Orchard, Wash. Range Management. Student ChaDter of the National Society of Range Management, Vice President 3: Alpha Zeta: Phi Kappa Phi. CAMPBELL, CHARLES W.-Big Timber. Industrial Engineering. CAMPBELL, JOHN P.-Bozeman. Commercial Sci- ence. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Pi Omega Pi. CARLISLE, JOSEPH A.-Kalispell. Electrical Engi- neering. Lambda Chi Alpha: Fangs 2: Student- Faculty Library Committee 2: AIEE 4: Rocky Mountain Conference Swimming Meet 2: Photog- raphy 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. CARLSON, GLEN R.-Glendive. Mechanical Engi- neering. CARROLL, JAMES C.-Livingston. Secondary Educa- tion. CARTER, FRANK A.aBelgrade. Agricultural Educa- tion. Alpha Gamma Rho: Collegiate FFA: Ag Club: Band: Disciple Student Fellow-ship: ICC. CASEY, DENNIS D.-Wolf Point. Commercial Science. Sigma Chi: Newman Club: Basketball: Baseball: M Club. CALDANTINE, ELLIS J.-Bozeman. Range Manage- ment. CXHAMBERJLIN, FREDA-Ennis. Commercial Science. Alpha Omioron Pi, President 3: Sweetheart of Sigma Chi 3: Mortar Board 4: Secretary of Senior Class: Spurs: Pi Omega Pi 3. 4: Les Bouf- fons Queen 2: Concert Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Student-- Faculty Assemblies Committee 3, 4: Exponent 2: REW 1, 2. 3, 4: Advanced Honor Scholarship: Square and Compass 1, 2. CHRISTIANSEN, MARVIN-Antelope. Electrical En- gineering. isgwff ,. A f -wa, it l l s l f 1 I S K l I I z'S 'Q , A M? 5-K WX lil -'S' we .df Galt KM it .gs Q l .. A IV' lf'-U' . ef- mr ' -af.-4 sy? n ? ,N 1 Inu he-wr..M,,,--....M3. Q. . HNQ MQW CI-IRSSTIE, WILLIAM E.-Bozeman, Dairy Produc- on. COCHRAN, GEORGE R.-Bozeman. Electrical Engl- neering. COLE, KLYNN L.-Winnett. Architecture. American Institute of Architects 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice Presiden-t 4, President 5: Square and Compass 5: Delta Phi Delta 2, 4, 5. COLLISON, HUGH C.-Chester. Mechanical Engi- neering. Kappa Sigma: Master of Ceremonies 3: Who's Who: Commissioner of Musical Affairs: Square and Compass, President 3: Band: Chorus: Phi Eta Sigma: Kappa Kappa Psi: Vice President 3: Mu Sigma Alpha: ASME: Student Senate: In- tramural Bowling. CONGDON, WILLIAM C. J.-Bozeman, Electrical En- gineering. CONGER, LESLIE R.-Great Falls. Mechanical En- gineering. Christian Science Monitor Youth Forum: ASME: Army ROTC: Interchurch Coun- cil: Tau Beta Pi: Advanced Honor Scholarship 4. COSGRIFF, FRANCIS S.-Big Timber. Agricultural Engineering. Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity: Fangs: Phi Kappa Phi, Ag Engineering Club, Prersident 4. COTTON, GARY D.-Miles City. Secondary Educa- tion. Septemviri, Vice President: Commissioner of Athletics 3: Student Senate 3: Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Histolrlan: Future Teachers of Amer- ica: District President, Varsity Basketball: M Club: H da PE Club: Newman Club: Veterans Club: Planning Committee for H 8a PE Center. COURSEY, WAYNE M.-Cut Bank. Chemical Engl- neering. Sigma Nu Fraternity: Kappa Kappa Psi, President 4: AIChE 4, 5: REiW 3, 4: Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3. 4, 5: Square and Compass 1, 2, 3: Bobcat Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Symphonic Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 3, 4, 5: Intramural Swim- ming 3, 4, 5, CORBITT, MYRA JANE-Baker. Health and Physical Education. CRENNEN, MARTIN WM. - Bozeman. Agriculture. Sigma Chl Fraternity: Phi Eta Sigma: Delta Phi Delta: Les Bouffons: American Institute of Archi- tects: Homecoming Variety Show Co-chairman 3: College Television Show Chairman 3. CROWE, EDWARD L.-Bozeman. Mechanical Engi- neering. CUMMINGS, ROBERT F.-Belgrade. Industrial Arts. CUMMINGS, WILLIAM D.-Cascade. Agriculture. CYR, CHARLES W.-Kalispell. General. Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity: Kappa Kappa Psi: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3. 4: Symphonette 3. 4. DAI-IL. JAMES E.-Great Falls. Civil Engineering. DARLINGTON, GORDON L.-Three Forks. General Agriculture. Ag Club 1, 3, 4: Alpha Zeta 4: Square and Compass 1: Wool Judging Team 3: Dairy Judging Team 4: Little International 3, 4: Intramural Sports 3, 4. DAVIDSON, GERALD T.-Harlem. Engineering Phy- sics. DAVIS. BERLE E.-Bozeman. General. DELANEY, MARY H.-Lewistown. Home Economics. DeVOL. DOUGLAS T.-Crookston, Neb. Industrial Arts. Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Sock and Buskin 2, 3, 4: Spring Variety Show 3, "Boy With a Cart", "Ralnmaker". DeVORE, PATRICIA LIND--Roundup. Elementary Education. Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority: Fu- ture Teachers of America 3, 4: WAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Twirlers 1, 2, 3: Alpha Tau Delta 1, 2. DICKEY, DAVID H.-Riverdale. N. D. Engineering Physics. Phi Eta Sigma: Fangs: Tau Beta Pi 3, 4: Kappa Sigma Fraternity: Math Club 3, 4: Physics Club 3, 4: Flying Co-op 2, 3. DREW, JOAN M.-Butte. Education. DROSS, ALLEN E.-Forsyth. Industrial Chemistry. Sigma Chi Fraternity: Montanan Photo Editor 3, 4, 5: Exponent Photographer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Alpha Phi Omega, President 2, Vice President 3, 4, 5: Engineer Photographer 5: AIChE 2, 3, 4, 5. DURFEE, FRANCIS L.-Drummond. Electrical Engi- neering. Phi Sigma Kappa: Who's Who: Les Bouffons: Student Senate: Fang Officer: Fangs: Arnold Air Society: Scabbard and Blade: IRE: Fraternities and Organizations Comm.: Senior Class Treasurer. DuVALL, DENNIS L.-Deer Lodge. Electrical Engi- neering. Tau Beta Pi: Phi Kappa Phi: Phi Eta Sigma: Adv. AFROTC: ROTC: Newspaper: Dis- tinguished Military Student: Advanced Honor Scholarshilbi High School Week Scholarship. EDWARDS, DONALD I.-Rockford, Ill, Health and Physical Education. EGAN. CHARLES E.-Thermopolis, Wyo. Agricul- tural Education. Ag Club, Collegiate FFA, Secre- tary 4: Newman Club: Farmhouse Club. ELPEL. EDWIN A.-Intake. Electrical Engineering. AIEE 3. 4: Tau Beta Pi, Secretary 4: Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4: Math Club 3, 4: Vice President 4: MSC Veterans Assoc. 2, 3, 4: Treasurer 2, 3: Newman Club 1, 2, 3. 4. fa -0 --.-if 1 -3 V 13 -...gi 5 SS?" i 1 -5 ' 5 --0' ...paw ' 475 , r ,J. 3 ,.,... L. I... , x ,E .V 2,54 , ,, . 89 WPS? f M" O I ra f ? ,N 1 1 - f ragra- , 2 X, 5 ,. is - H l , .- 1 ' 'Civ' S 8' M I " if ggi' ,S 1' 2' "" 4 ' s Q i S 'ai If F iQ l 4 f' ' EA 1' Ns.. X Q S -.. J is A 11- f . X 5 , 1 ti of 'J Q p 'xr ! w ar" X ,YA .,-1, ,.. , ex 'Yi- ' 4-9' 1, N ,. 1 . ,-7 i 4 'W A 4 in-'f-'-rv ,. w "1-'le """'W'!"H eR95b I N Sf ENGER, DALE K.-Kalispell. Industrial Arts. In- dustrial Arts Club: Veterans Club, ENNEBERG, EFFIE G.-Cut Bank. Home Economics. College 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mu Beta Beta 42 Home Ec Club 4, Women's Co-op 1, 2. ERICKSON, JERJRY H.-Great Falls. Electrical En- gineering. ESPELAND, RICHARD H.-Westby. Electrical Engi- neering. EUSTANCE, RONELD W.-Great Falls. Soil-S. Phi Sigma Kappa, Vice President: Inter-Church Coun- cil, Secretary: Worship Comm.: Homecoming Comm. 2: Scabbard and Blade: REW 35 Student Faculty Comm.g High School Week 1: Square and Compass. EVANS, GEORGE E.-Simms. Horticulture. EVANS, THOMAS D.-Stanford. Agricultural Eco- nomics. Alpha Gamma Rho Eraternity: Ag Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4: MIL Club 3, 4, Vice President 4: Newman Club: Montanan Staff 2, 3, College Farmer Staff 2, 3, 4, Circulation Mgr. 2, Copy Editor 3, Little I Showman 1, 2, Ass't Man- ager 3, Manager 45 Student Senate 4: Wool Judg- ing Team 2, 3: Commissioner of Judging Teams 45 Student Faculty Comm.g Intramural Sports. FAUVER, MRS. MABELLE M,-Ryegate. Elementary Education. Future Teachers Association. FEHRRELL, BARRY I.-Everett, Wash. Zoology and Entomology. FIGGINS, EVEIRETT D.-Bozeman. Chemical Engi- neering. FIGGINS, MRS. NORMA J.-Bozeman. General. FLASKEJRUD, MYRTLE G.-Havre. Home Economics. Kappa Delta, Memberbship Chrm. 3, President 45 Who's Who: Danforth Summer Fellowship 4: AWS Junior Women's High Attainment Award 33 AWS Secretary 3, Presiden-t 45 International Farm Youth Exchange Delegate 4: Home Ec Club, Vice President 3, President 45 Educational Exchange Comm. 3, 4: College 4-H 2, 3, 45 Mu Beta Beta 45 International Club 43 Inter-Church Council 2, 33 LSA 2, 3, 4, WAA 2, 3, 41 Saberettes 2: Junior Class Secretary: Panhellenic 3, 4. FLIGHTNER, GARY R.-Darby. Civil Engineering. FORSMAN, ALLYN J.-Bozeman. Electrical Engineer- ing. FRANCIS, PERRY G.-Arlee. Agricultural Engineer- ing. GABRIELSON, I. GRANT--Sidney, Agricultural Eco- nomlcs. Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity: Ag Club 1, 2g Rodeo Club 1, 2, 3: ML Club 3, 4. GARBER, DOUGLAS E.-Great Falls. Architecture. Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity: AIA 2, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer 3, Vice President 5. GAUSTAD, PETER J.-Absarokee. Electrical Engi- neering. GIEBEL, EDMUND J.--Big Sandy. Agricultural Edu- cation. Rocky Mountain Colgege 1: Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity: College FFA: Ag Club: Intra- murals. GILL, DONALD R.-Deer Lodge. Agricultural Edu- cation, 1956 Danforth Fellowship: Alpha Zeta: Censor, Farmhouse, Business Manager: Ag Club? College FFA: Advanced Honor Scholarship: Little I, Publicity Manager. GLLL, THOMAS-Miles City. Mechanical Engineer- ing. GILLETTE, JANET H.-Belt. Bacteriology. GOETSCHIUS, GARY G.-Alder. Industrial Engi- neering. GOODFELLOW, JAMES L.-Dillon. Electrical Engi- neering. Men's Co-op. Officer 2, 3, 4: Fangs, Of- ficer 3: AIEE 3, 4, Officer 4: Tau Beta Pi 3. 4, Officer 4: Math Club 3, 4: Phi Kappa Phi 4: Homecoming Comm, 2: REW Comm, 2, GOW. JOHN W.-Whitla, Alberta, Canada. Inrustrial Arts. Sigma Chi Fraternity: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: IA Club 2, 3. 4: Intramurals 1, 2. GRAHAM, DONALD R.-Columbia Falls. Soils. Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity, President 4: Mon- tanan Staff 1, 2, 3, Editor 3: College Farmer Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Circulation Mgr. 2: Ag Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Little I Showman 1, 2: Swine Showman- ship Champion 2: Fangs 2: Outstanding Fang Award 2: Alpha Zeta: Outstanding Ag Freshman Award 2: Septemviri 4: Les Bouflfons 5: Student Senate 3, 4: ASMSC Vice President 4: Board of Publications 3: Student-Faculty Comm. 2: IFC President 4: Sears Roebuck Scholarship 1, 2: Who's Who: Traditions Board 4. GRANO, ANTHONY M.-Billings. Agricultural Eco- nomics. Pi Kappa Alpha: Ag Club 1, 2, 3: ML Club 3, 4: Newman Club 1, 2. GREENWALD, BEVERLY L.-Great, Falls. Elemen- tary Education. Alpha Omiciron Pi: House Man- ager, Future Teachers of America: District Sec- retary-Treasurer, Square and Compass: Home- coming Lawn Decorations Comm 3: REW Assem- blies Comm.: Harrison Award Comm. 3: Wesley Foundation: Exponent: High School Honor Schol- arshlp: Advanced Honor Scholarship: Hamilton Hall Council: WAA. GREENWOOD, MARY E.-Wolf Point. Nursing. GRIFFITH. AVIS A.-Livingston, Home Economics. 4 A 2 J 95: 1 ' 1 ,Lise A ,g 2 1 ' f .1462- 9373? ff -1 ,ff J? QM? ,-av 'U' I '3- Q- x . 'T' l A.. 4,4 .ir . ,. 'Q i A E F 4. K HALPIN, THOMAS C.-Billings. Industrial Arts. Pl Kappa Alpha Fraternity: IA Club: Ski Club: Intramural Sports, HALVORSON, ARTHUR E.-Malta, Agricultural En- gineering. HAMJMERSMARK, OLIVER-Big Timber. Agricultural Education. Men's Co-op: College FFA: Alpha Zeta: Ag Club: LSA: REW: College Farmer Staff: Flying Co-op. HANDLEY, VALERIA F.-Clinton. Nursing. HANTO, JEROLD A. -Sidney. Civil Engineering. Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, Secretary 3: Fangs, Officer 3: OSCE 2, 3, 3, Vice President 3: Assem- blies Comm. 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 2, 3: Little I 2: Bobcat Marching Band 1. Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity, Vice President 4: HANZEL, DELANO A. -Belt, Fish and Wildlife. Fangs. Officer 3: Knight of Knights 2: Les Bouf- fons 4: Phi Sigma, President 2, 3, 4: Newman Club, President 4: Fish and Wildlife Forum 1, 2, 3, 4: Montanan Photographer 1,2:Junior Class 'Social Chrm.: Homecoming Queens Chrm. 4: Ski Club 1, 2: Little I Showman 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4: High School Week 2. HARDY, BOYD A.-Fairview. Agricultural Econom- ics. Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity, Treasurer 4: Septemvi-ri. HEANEY, DONALD S.-McAllister. Agricultural Edu- cation. Ag Club 1, 2, 3, 4: MSC Rodeo Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Rodeo Team 3, 4: Alpha Zeta 3, 4: REW 3: Vets Club: Advanced Honor Scholarship: Iittle I 2, 3, 4: Intramurals: College FFA 3, 4. HELLAND, ROBERT B.-Helena, Civil Engineering. HELMER, JAMES F.-Culbertson. Agriculture. Ag Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Rodeo Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Rodeo Team 2, 3, 4: Little I Showman 1: Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4. HESS, ALLEN L.-Helena. Engineering Physics. Car- roll College 1. 2: Physics Club 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3: Newman Club: Advanced Honor Scholarship 4: Phi Kap-pa Phi 5. HEYWOOD, NORMAN A.--New York, N. Y. Electri- cal Engineering. HICKS, HARVEY R.-Bozeman. Industrial Arts. HICKS, ROYCE E.-Helena. Industrial Arts, Kappa Sigma Fraternity: Flying Co-op 4: IA Club 2, 3, 4: Brigham Young University 1: Ag Club 3: Mon- tanan 2: Little I 3: MSC Veterans Assn.: Intra- mural Athletics. HIETPAS, GERALD J.-Sunburst. Chemical Engl- neering. St. Norbert College 1: Exponent Sports Editor 3, 4: Arnold Air Society 4: Newman Club 2, 3, 4: Les Bouffons 3, 4: Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. HIGGINS, JAMES L.-Ringling. Animal Industry. Livestock Judging Team 4: Flying Co-op 2, 3, 4, Director 3: National Intercollegiate Flying Asso- ciation Convention 2: AI Club Treasurer 3, 4: Ag Club 2, 3, 4: Little I 3, 4. HILL, ROBERT R.-Bozeman, Applied Science. HIXSON, KENNETH L.-Great Falls. Secondary Edu- cation. HOLM, CARL B,-Great Falls, Range Management. HOLM, JOHN R.-Great Falls. Civil Engineering. HOUGAARD, FRANKIE D.-Crow Agency. Applied Science. Inter-Church Council 1, 2, 3, 4. Secre- tary 3, President 4: Mortar Board Vice President 4: Phi Kappa Phi 4: Spurs 2: Madrlgals 2. 3, 4: Mu Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 42 Concert Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 1: WAA 3, 4: Alpha Lambda Delta Secretary 3: Junior Advisor 2: Who's Who 4: Woman's Day Chairman 3: Chi- nese Auction Co-chairman 3: Student Counselor Women's Dorm 3: Robert Williams Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 1: Advanced Honor Scholarship 2, 3, 4: REW 2, 3: High School Week Discussions 2, 3: Ecumenical Student Conference Committee Chair- man 3: Freshman Week Committee 4: AWS Coun- cil 3. HOXSEY, VICTOR L.-Bozeman. Animal Industry. ICENOGGLE, EDGAR M.-Ennis. Animal Industry. Rodeo Club 1. 2, 3, 4, President 2, 4: Rodeo Team 1. 2. 3. 4: College Rodeo Director 3: Track Team 1, 2: Ag Club 1, 2, 3: AI Club 4: Little I Show- man 1: Animal Chairman 3: Livestock Judging Team 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. ISAACSON, LEON W.-Choteau. General. JACKSON, BARBARA L.-Norris. Commercial Science. Chi Omega Sorority, Vice President 4: Rodeo Club 1, 2: Saberettes 1, 2: WAA 1, 2, 3. JACOBSON, HELEN C.-Carter. Nursing. Phi Kappa Phi 4: Alpha Lambda Delta 1: Alpha Tau Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4: Advanced Honor Scholarship 1, 2: MSSNA 1, 2, 3. 4: Wes- ley 1, 2, 3, 4: REW 4: Great Falls SFGA 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 3: Exponent 1: WAA 1. JAMES, WESLEY P.-Circle. Civil Engineering. Wrestling 1: ASCE 2, 3, 4: Phi Eta Sigma 3, 4: Tau Beta Pi 3, 4. JENNI, NORMA K.-Lewistown. Home Economics. Pi Beta Phi Sorority: Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4: Little International 2, 3: Mu Beta Beta 2, 3, 4. Secretary: 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Ways :Sa Means Chairman 2: REW 2, 3: WAA 1, 2, 3: Rodeo Club 1, 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 1, 2: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: High School Week 2, 3. JOHNSON, BEVERLY JEAN-Libby. Elementary Edu- cation. JOHNSON, GEORGE-Bozeman. General. G If I .ig .ffl 'Of' 4 "fa-'wr K-1 194- ... ,va f . -I ,' X, ., V 1 Ks. .I L-. 39' ini' rf? .tee Mt" ' , ,I lg, us ewgg We ra at M54 1 inf' 1 4 EQ af 'K .483- . P., WN L , .aiu rv wb' J.,-uv 417' JOHNSON, MARY BUNN-Helena. Health and Physi- cal Education. 'Chi Omega, JOHNSON, ROGER T.-Billings. Civil Engineering. JOHNSON, RICHARD P.-Powell, Wyo. Chemical En- gineering. JOPPA, LEONARD R.--Joliet. Agronomy. Chalff 85 Dust 3, 4, Secretary 35 Rodeo Team 2, 3, 49 Rodeo Club 2, 3, 45 Football 1: Agriculture Club 1. KARVINEN, JOHN S.-Butte, Electrical Engineering. KEENE, ALICE M.-Billings. Applied Art. Chi Omega 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3: Mortar Board 45 Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities: Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4, Delta Phi Delta 2, 3, 4: Alpha Lambda Delta 1: Art Club 1, 2, 3, 49 International Club 3, 45 Homecoming Committee 43 Literary Arts Club 4, 'Historiang Associate Art Editor: AWS Historian 4: Student Senate: Commissioner of Social Affairs 4: Ski Club 1: REW 3, 4. KENNEY, LOUISE-Bozeman. Co-mmercial Science. Concert Chorus, Mixed Chorusg High School Week: Pi Omega Pi: Phi Kappa Phi. KERIO, ABDUL-Hassake, Syria. Mechanical Engi- nearing. KILLMORE, DONALD W.-Billings. Chemical Engi- neering, Kappa Sigmag Alpha Chi Sigma, Sec- retary-Treasurer 49 Phi Eta Sigma: AIChE. KINCAID, DELBERT W.--Cody, Wyo, Industrial En- gineering. Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity: Stu-- dent Chapter AIIE 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4. KINDZERSKI, A. WILLIAM-Scobey. General. Men's Co-op, Historian 3, President 41 Phi Eta Sigma: Hoedown Haymakers 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3, Presi- dent 41 Associated Independent Students 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 23 Hudson House, President 1: Wesley Foundation 4: Flying Co-op 4: Future Teachers Association 4. KING, EDWARD C.-Auburn. Art. Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. KIOVSKY, JOSEPH R. - Colorado Springs, Colo. Chemical Engineering. KNAPP, THOMAS L.-Seattle, Wash. Pre-Medicine. Basketball 1, 25 Exponent Sports Staff 3, 41 Base- ball 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, KNECHTGES, DON F.-Bozeman. Ag-ricultural Engi- neering. KOLOGI, ANTHONY L.-Great Falls. Chemical En- gineering. Kappa Sigma Fraternity: Les Bouffons: AIChE: Square and Compass: Montanan Staff 1: Exponent 1. KOLSTAD, SYLVIA K.-Glasgow. Applied Art. Phi Kappa Phi: Who's Who: Delta Phi Delta 3, 4, Vice President 4: Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary- Treasurer 4: LSA 1, 2, 3, 4, Publicity 2, 3, 4: International Club, Secretary 4: International Ball Queen 3: Inter-Church Council 2, 3, 4, Sec- retary 4: REW 3, 4: Literary Arts Club, Presi- dent 4: WAA 2, 3. KOPRIVA, PHIL C.-Powell, Wyo. General. Kappa. Sigma Fraternity, Vice President 3: Symphonic Band 1, 2, 3. 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Les Bouf- fons 4: Varsity Wrestling 1, 2, 3: Ski Club. KRAUSE, RICHARD E.-Great Falls. Chemical Engi- neering. LANCE, WILLIAM B.-Billings. Agricultural Engi- neering. Arnold Air Society 3, 4, President 4: Flying Co-op 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Vice Presi- dent 3, President 4: Distinguished Military Stu- dent: Phi Eta Sigma: Ag Engineering Club 2, 3, 4: Scabbard and Blade 3, 4: Alpha Zeta 3, 4. LANDON, FRANK R.-Kalispell. Health and Physical Education. Sigma Chi Fraternity: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: M Club: H 8a PE Club: Intramurals, Home- coming 1, 2, 3, 4. LANGSTON, JAY C.-Billings. Industrial Chemistry. Sigma Chl Fraternity: Alpha Chi Sigma, LAPORT, ALEXANDER K. - Bozeman. Mechanical Engineering. Advanced Honor Scholarship: ASME. LARJSEN, JAMES H.-Shelby. English. Alpha Psi Omega, President, Business Manager: Sock and Buskin, Business Manager: Outstanding Actor 3. LARSEN, RICHARD D.-Bozeman. Electrical Engi- neelring. LARSON, NE'V'A L.-Lolo. Health and Physical Edu- cation. Mortar Board: Spurs: WAA 1, 2, 3, 4. President 4: AWS 2, ,3, 4, Secretary 3: LSA 1, 2, 3, 4: Chi Omega Sorority: Rodeo Club 3: Little I 1, 2, 3,4 4: H 8: 'PE Club: Future Teachers of America 4. LARSON, THOMAS J.-Billings. Mechanical Engi- neering. LARSON, WILLIAM H.-Circle. Civil Engineering. LAURIE, JOAN E., Rantoul, Ill. Commercial Science. LAWRENCE, JOHN D.-Hardin. Ag-ricultural Eco- nomics. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity: Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Zeta: ML Club, President: Traffic Comm.: Little I Comm.: Ag Club: Rodeo Club. qNot Pictured.J LOWEJRY. ROBERT-Deer Lodge. Agricultural Edu- cation. 4 i t ,J ,f 21" 2 9 l' ,x 'YY "A I V,.,f :M ' -1 , ,Q 95 5 Q95-V ,yew N-3' ,.,, 11." 3 I f ai I AWK . g 5 1' M SH . I Q A ,, -f , t. at . , .ivy 2 , Z . 1 4 ' ' rf :.Q..,,4:fv - W' 1' I. -F1 I -J-ki Mfg fm" iii' 'WJ' LAWRY, MRS. DOLORES-Great Falls. Zoology. Phi Sigma 3, 4: Debate l: Alpha Lambda Delta 1: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: LSA 1, 2. LAYTON, MICHAEL L. - Livingston. Agronomy. Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity: Chaff 8a Dust 2, 3, 4: Ag Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Little I 1, 2, 3, 4: West- minister Fellowship 3, 4: College Farmer 1. 2, 3, 4: Montanan 1, 2, 3, 4. LELAND, RlAY O.-Joliet. Architecture. LAMBKE, RAYMOND G.-Butte. Architecture. Delta Phi Delta: Secretary, Scabbard 8z Blade: Arnold Air Society: American Institute of Architects: Ski Club: Intramural Basketball. LEUSCHEN, ARTHUR M. - B0zem3.Il. C0mmerCial Science. L-EUSCI-IZEN, MRS. LUCIILLE-Bozeman. Home Eco- nomics. LEVANDOWSKI, LAWRENCE--Bozeman. Industrial Engineering. LEVIN, THEODORE - Twin Bridges, Engineering Physics. LEWIS, JAMES E.-Lewistown. Agricultural Educa- tion. Kappa Sigma Fraternity: Fangs 2: Stu- dent Flying C0-op, Vice President 2: Little I 1: Champion Beef Showman 2: Beef Division Chair- man 3: Ag Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Collegiate FFA 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 2. LEWIS, ROBERT D.-Lindsay. Commercial Science. LINDSAY, GENERAL J.-Stockett. Secondary Educa- tion. Alpha Omlcron Pl Sorority, House Man- ager: FTA: Treasurer, Newman Club: Treasurer, College 4-H Club: Recreation Leader: REW As- semblles Committee: Exponent: WAA. LORD, NONA-Anaconda. Home Economics. LORD, EDWARD-Conner, Electrical Engineering. LOVE, MARVIN P. -Ennis. Range Management. Alpha Zeta: Rodeo Club: Range Management Club: Mixed Chorus: Band. LYNCH, EUGENE W.-Hlghwood. Agriculture. LYNCH. NEIL J.-Butte. Mechanical Engineering. CNot Pictured.l MAINS, JAMES-Bozeman. Industrial Engineering. MARONICK, EDWARD P.-East Helena. Civil Engl- neering. MARRERO, BHLDOMIERO O.-Havana, Cuba. Mech- anical Engineering. MARSH, MILES B.-Great Falls. Industrial Arts. MARSH, NORNAL LEE-Florence. Dairy Broduction. Ag Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Dairy Science Club 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4: Alpha Zeta 2, 3, 4, Sec- retary 4: College 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4: Mu Beta Beta 3, 4: Advanced Honor Scholarship 4: Flying Co-op 4: Dairy Judging Team 2, 3: Little I: Dairy Winner 1: Sheep Winner 2: Swine Winner 3: Re- serve Champion Showman 2: Champion Showman 3: Farmhouse Club 3, 4: Elks Scholarship 3: Who's Who 4. MCCALL, DENNY W.-Bonners Ferry, Idaho. Archi- tecture. MCCORMICK, THOMAS R.-Three Forks. Agricul- tural Education. McCOY, LESLIE E.-Bozeman. Electrical Engineer- ing, Institute of Radio Engineers, American In- stitute of Electrical Engineers. McDER,lVLOTT, VERN A.-Billings. Engineering Phys- ics. Sigma Chi Fraternity: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Square and Compass 1, 2, 3: Flying Co-op 1, 2: Advanced Army ROTC: Physics Club 1, 2, 3, 4. McHUGH, PETER. J. - Helena, Dairy Production. Sigma Chi Fraternity, Historian 2, 4: Dairy Science Club: Football 1, 2: M Club. MCILHATTAN. JAMES W. - Bozeman. Education. Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity. McfKENNlA, BEATRICE C. -Bozeman, Elementary Education. Pi Beta Phi Sorority: Little I Sec- retary 2. 3: Spur: Montanan Copy Editor 2: Ex- ponent Feature Editor 1: College Farmer Staff 1, 2, 3: Band: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4. McLEOD, CLAUDIA J.-Butte. Elementary Educa- tion. Alpha Omicron Pi, Corresponding Secre- tary: Future Teachers of America 2, 3. 4: Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4: REW 1, 2, 3: Square and Compass 1, 2, 3, 4: Homecoming Comm, 2: WAA 1, 2. 3, 4: Exponent 1, 2: Froshponent 1: Hamil- ton Hall Councll 1: Mixed Chorus 1, 2. MCPHERSON. JAMES-Bozeman. Architecture. McPI-IERSON, MARLENE R.-Bozeman. Nursing. As- soclated Independent Students, Vice President 4: Student Senate 4: Alpha Tau Delta, Vice President 3, President 4: SFGA Social Chrm. 2, 3: Student Council 3: Carnival Chrm 2: College 4-H 1, 4: MSSNA 1, 2. 3: Square and Compass 1: WAA 1: Student Nurse of Hannon Hall 4, ear A ,J I J t-Vlfg' 12 .Q -U .adw- fri? MELOTT, JOHN W.-Denton. Animal Industry. AI Club: Wool Judging Teams. MEYER, JACK H.-Cut Bank. Architecture, Pl Kappa Alpha Fraternity, P-resident 3: Fangs: Scabbard and Blade: Les Bouffons: IFC: Commis- sioner of Musical Affairs 3: Student Senate 3: AIA: REW Comm's.: Student-Faculty Comm.: Sock and Buskin Club: Band 1: Concert Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 2. MIKKELSON, ARNOLD M.-Bozeman. Mechanical Engineering. MILLEDGE, RICHARD K.-Helena. Industrial Arts. Carroll College 1, 2.: Advanced Honor Scholarship 3: Traffic Comm, 4: Newman Club 3. MILLER, GEORGE W.-Big Bend National Park, Texas. Electrical Engineering. Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity: AIEE 3, 4: Ski Club 1, 4: Scabbard and Blade 3, 4: Omicron Beta l, 2, 3. MILLER, LAURA RUTH-Lodge Grass. Education. Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority: Rodeo Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mu Sigma Alpha 3, 4: WAA 2, 3, 4: Symphonic Band 1, 2, 3: Pep Band 1: Keynotes 2, MIRZA, HAIDER B.-Karachi, Pakistan. Chemical Engineering. MITCHELL, ROBERT T.-Butte. Applied Art. Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4: M Club 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2. 3, 4: Art Club, Secretary-Treasurer 3: Intra- murals. . MITO, HENRY T.-Honolulu, Hawaii. Industrial Arts. MOLLERSTUEN, ROBERT B.-Flaxville. General. Concordia College: Who's Who: Phi Sigma Kappa, President: Senior Class President: LSA, Presi- dent: Phi Sigma Kappa, Regional Vice President: Les Bouffons: Student Senate: Traditions Board: IFC: Inter-Church Council: REW: Ski Club: In- tramural Sports: International Club: AIEE. MOLTHEN, EDWARD H. JR.-Butte. Electrical En- gineering. MOORE, MARY W.-Twodot. Home Economics. MORA. BILL K.-Bozeman. Education. Sigma Chi Fraternity: Chrm. Budget Comm.: Athletic Man- ager: Scabbard and Blade: Square and Compass: Intramural Sports. MORCK, NEIL F.-Plentywood. Range Management. Alpha Zeta 2, 3: Intramurals 2, 3, 4: American Society of Range Management. 2, 3, 4. MORGAN, GERALD D.-Ennis. Commercial Science. Rodeo Club: Mixed Chorus. MORITZ, JOHN P.-Livingston. General. MORRIS. RICHARD F.-Helena. Commercial Science, MORRIS, ROBERT F.-Wibaux. Agricultural Eco- nomics. M.L. Club: Veteran's Club, MORTON, MARY JO-Helena. Secondary Education. Alpha Omicron Pi: Mortar Board, Secretary 4: Phi Kappa Phi: Spurs: Historian: Homecoming Chairman: AWS Council: Cheerleader: Dolphins: Ski Club: WAA: Future Teachers Association: REW: Junior Panhellenic. MOSBY, GRANT D.-Miles City. Industrial Arts. MUIR, ARTHA LEE--Great Falls. Elementary Educa- tion. MUNSON, WILLIAM OWEN-Anaconda. Chemical Engineering. Student Chapter A.I.Ch.E.: Intra- mural Football and Basketball 2, 3, 4. MURPHY, GARY E,-Wolf Creek. Industrial Arts. Phi Eta Sigma: Mu Beta Beta 2, 3, 4, President 4: Phi Kappa Phi: Advanced Honor Scholarship 2, 3: IA Scholarship 3: Kappa Sigma Fraternity: S0- cial Chrm. 2, Secretary 3: College 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4: Little "I" 2, 3: Flying Co-op 3, 4: Ag Club 2, 3: Presbyterian Supper Club 1, 2: Intramurals 1. 2. 3, 4: Montanan Staff 1. NAGODE, CLINTON D.-Bozeman. Agricultural Eco- nomics NARANCHE, JOYCE E.-Butte. Nursing. NEI, KENNETH J,-Missoula. Mechanical Engineer- ing. NESBITT, RUPERT F.-Bozeman. Mechanical Engi- neering. NESHEIM, NORJMA ANN-Roundup. Nursing. SFGA 2, 3, 4: MSSNA 1, 2, 3, 4: WAA 1. NEUBERT, JUDITH A.-Stanford. Elementary Edu- cation. Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority: Rodeo Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Little "I" 1, 2, 3, 4: WAA 1, 2, 3: West- minster 1, 2: REW 1, 2. NEWMAN, SARAH A.-Conrad. Health and Physical Education. NSQK i x-'Y I 2. 6 Y 9 ei' ra 0 Q X X , 44 --if ,. 'Q tr., -fb Ii filjju ll, 'G Q I x Y . ' 4' 'rw-Af' T .ff gr.,- I "hw . A is l gk NIEBEL, MLLDRED C.-Bozeman. Home Economics. Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority: Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4: 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Disciple Student Fe1lo-w- ship 1, 2, 3, 4. NOLL, N'EIL E.-Missoula. Architecture. MSNC Dil- lon: Kappa Pi, Vice P-resident 1: American Insti- tute of Architects, Vice President 3: Histo-rian 5: Delta Phi Delta: Gamma Phi, Chaplain 3: Archi- tecture Club. NORDULUND, DANIEL A.--Dodson. Health and Phy- sical Education. NORTHCUTT, RJAYMOND D.-Bozeman. Commercial Science. NUTE, ROBERT F.-Bozeman, Commercial Science. Concert Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Madrigal Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Men's Chorus 2: Mu Sigma Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3. OIEN, LEAH R.-Bozeman. Secondary Education. OLSEN, EUGENE D.-Froid. Architecture. Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity: Pledge Trainer 2: Rush Chrm. 3, Vice President 4: AIA: Student Sena.te 5: Arnold Air Society 4, 5: Scabbard and Blade 4, 5: Fangs 2: Student Union Board 4, 5: Regional Student Union Board 4: Traffic Comm. 2, 3: In- tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. OLSON, WILLIAM A.-Gardiner. Industrial Arts. Kappa Sigma: Flying Co'-op 3, 4: IA Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Veterans Association 3: Future Teachers Association 3: LSA 3: Square and Compass 3, 4. OPPRECHT, MERRILL K.-Chinook. Chemical Engi- neering. OWENS, LYNN B.-McAllister. Electrical Engineering. PAUGH, GEORGE W.-Bozeman. Industrial Engi- neering. Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity: Band: Orchestra: Symphonette: Montanan Staff: Stu- dent Chapter AIIE: RJEW. PELZL, GERALD E.-Miles City. Commercial Science. Scablbard and Blade 3, 4: Pi Omega Pi 3, 4: Ad- vanced Honor Scholarship 2, 3 American Legion Award 3: Scabbard and Blade Award 3: ROTC Cadet Colonel 4. PEMBERTON, THOMAS-Billings. Electrical Engi- nearing. PETERSON, CLIFFORD W.-Plentywood, Commercial Science. PETERSON, JAMES W.-Bozeman. Secondary Educa- tion. Pi Kapna Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Special Distinction 4: Karma Karma Psi 2, 3, 4: Mu Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 49 Debate 1, 2, 3, 4: Oral Interpretation 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Debate Win- ner 1: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2: Sympho- nette 2, 3: Montana Education Association 3, 4: Writers Club 4: REW 2. PIRKER, DAVID A.--Trout Creek. Industrial Arts. PITTMAN, GAIL J.-Whittier, Calif. Secondary Edu- cation. Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority: Spurs 2: Ski Club 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Montanan Staff 1, 2, 3: College Farmer Staff 1, 2: REW, 2, 3. 4: Concert Chorus 1: High School Week Co-chairman 4. PLUMMER, DOUGLAS D.-Ollie, Civil Engineering. ASCE 2, 3, 4: Rodeo Team 1, 2, 3, 4. Captain 4: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. POLSON, PATSY J.-Roberts, Idaho. Nursing. Stu- dent Faculty Government Assoc., Secretary 2: President 3: Alpha Tau Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, 2nd Vice President 4: National Delegate 3: Vice President of Hamilton Hall 1: MSSNA 1, 2, 3: College Rodeo 4: Montana Deaconess Hospital Alumnae Scholar- ship 3: Nursing Scholarship 1, 4: REW 1: Stu- dent Health Nurse, Hannon Hall 4. POMAJEVICH, ROBERT J.-Missoula. Electrical En- gineering. Kappa Sigma Fraternity: P-hi Efta Sigma, President: Advanced Honor Scholarship: Distinguished Military Student: Institute of Radio Engineers: Square and Compass, Vice President: Intramurals: Montanan Adds 4. POSEWITZ, JIM A.-Sheboygan. Wls. Fish and Wild- life. Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1: Baseball 2: M Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Who's Who: Fish and Wildlife Forum 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4. POWELL. MURRAY R.-Bozeman. Education. PRATT, GERJALD G.-Bozeman. Applied Art. PRESTON, LARRY D.-Sheridan, Mont. Commercial Science. PUGH, JAMES L.-Three Forks. Range Management. Ag Club 1, 3, 4: Square and Compass 1: American Society of Range Management 4: Symphonette 3: Orchestra 3: Range Club 3, 4. RAI-IN, WILLIAM E.-Livingston. Agricultural Edu- cation. RAMSBACHER, THOMAS L., For-t Peck. Electrical Engineering, RASMUSSEN, DONALD E.-Whitefish. Mechanical Engineering. RASMUSSEN, MRS. REBAL-Bozeman. Commercial Science. RATZLAZFF, GEORGE T.-Bozeman. Mechanical Engi- neering. i 2 RAYMOND, JOAN A.-Marble, Minn. Home Econom- ics. Pi Beta Phi Sorority: Mortar Board: Phi Upsilon Omicron: Exponent: Ski Club: REW: Homecoming. RECTOR. ROBERT' R.-Moccasin. Electrical Engi- neering. , RHEA, KIRK T.-Decker. Agronomy. Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity, Secretary 4: Chaff and Dust Club, 3, 4: Ag Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Little "I" Comm. Chrm. 4. RHOADES. DILLON I.---Billings. Civil Engineering. RICHARDS, DOUGLAS M.-Bozeman. Architecture. RICHTER, LYBIAN K.-Helena. Industrial Arts. RIEDER, DANNY L.-Boulder. General Agriculture. RIXE, LLOYD C.-Hilger. Ag-ricultural Education. Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Treasurer 3: National Scholarship Award 4: Ag Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mem- bership Chrm. 3, President 4: Alpha Zeta 3, 4: College FFA 2,3,4: WUS Co-chairman 3: Advanced Honor Scholarship 4: Social Affairs Comm. 4: Winter Play 1: Speech Scholarship 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. ROATH, WILLIAM W.-Creston. Agronomy. Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity: Ag Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Lit'- tle "I" 1: Alpha Zeta 2, 3, 4: Fangs: Arnold Air Society 3, 4: Who's Who: Air Force Drill Team ROBERTS, HERBERT A.-Beaver Dam, Wis. Com- mercial Science. Football 1, 2, 3, 4: M Club 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERTSON, VERNON H.-Shelby. Industrial Arts. Sigma Chi Fraternity: House Manager: Vice Pres- ident of Senior Class: Les Bouffons, President: Industrial Arts Club: Intramural Sports, Tradi- tions Board. ROBINSON, MARGARET E.-Huntington Park, Calif, Commercial Science. Delta Gamma Sorority: Rituals Chrm. 3: Panhellenic 3, 4, President 4: WAA 3, 4: Pi Omega Pi 4: REW Comm. 4: High School Week Comm. 3. ROBISCHON, JOHN M.-Bozeman. Civil Engineering. ROCKEY, DONALD W.-Green Bay, Wis. Commercial Science. M Club: Newman Club: Football, ROCKEY, LORRAINE K.-Reserve. Home Economics. Delta Gamma Sorority: St. Olaf College transfer: Home Ec Club: WAA: Future Teachers Associa- tion: Junior Panhellenic Advisor. ROEHM, RICHARD R. JR..-Bozeman. Bacteriology. Kappa Sigma Fraternity: Arnold Alr Society 3, 4, Flying Co-op 3, 4, Vice President 41 Varsity Wres- tling 1, 2: M Club 1, 2, 3, 4: AFROTC Cadet Lieutenant Colonel: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. ROWE, HERBERT C.-:Polson. Horticulture. ROWE. MRS. IDA-Bozeman. Medical Technician. ROY, ROBERT J.-East Helena. Electrical Engineer- ing. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity: Montana State College Engineer Editor 4: Publications Board 4. RUSSELL, ROBERT F.-Butte. Mechanical Engineer- ing. Newman Club 1, 2: ASME 1, 2, 3, 4. RUSSELL, WALTER A.-Glasgow. Electrical Engineer- ing. AIEE 1, 2, 3, 4. RYDEEN, DONALD C.-Great Falls, Industrial Arts. IA Club: LSA, President: Kappa Sigma Frater- nity, Treasurer: REW 4. SCARRAH, WARREN P.-Butte. Chemical Engineer- ing. Tau Beta Pi 3, 4, President 43 Phi Kappa Phi 4: Phi Eta Sigma 1: AIChE 3, 41 ASCE 1: Newman Club 1, 2: Intramural Sports: AIChE Scholarship Award 3: Advanced Honor Scholar- ship 2, 3: High School Week Scholarship. SCHAUER, MELVIN J.-Simms. Health and Physical Education. Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity: Ad- vanced ROTC: Scabbard and Blade: Intramural Sports: H 85 PE Club. SCI-ILATTER, RICHARD H.--Bozeman. Education. SCHMID, CHARLES W.-Missoula. Engineering Phys- ics. SENEGAL, CAROL Z.-Avon. Commercial Science. Chl Omega Sorority, President 3: Pledge Trainer 4: Pl Omega Pi 3, 4, President 4: Who's Who: Young Republicans Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice President 3: Panhellenl-c 3: Publicity Chrm., Quad Board Chrm. 3: WAA 1. SHAVER. DEANE S.--Billings. Civil Engineering. SHAW, JERRY M.-Bozeman. Commercial Science. Sigma Chi Fraternity: Football: M Club: Intra- murals. SHERICK, STEPHEN R.-Butte. Industrial Arts. In- dustrial Arts Club: High School Week: Band: Orchestra: Symphonette. h lf' E aiu?" 103 -"wr-I 03' 'A . .4 N . . - If. - 'M Q e ' 'A -O' 'i 'rw' ' , I-gk if ,4 f ir'- SIMKINS, JERRY K.-Great Falls. Graphic Adver- tising. Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity: Fangs: So- cial Chrm. of Sophomore Class: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Kappa Kappa Psi: REW: Art Club, Secretary- Treasurer. SIMON, DALE E.-Sb. Ignatius. Agricultural Educa- tion. College FFA: Veterans Club. SIMONSEN, CHARLES M.-Sidney, Agricultural Edu- cation. SINCLAIR, RICHARD K.-Helena. Agricultural Eco- nomics. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity: Les Bouffons: Scabbard and Blade: Student Athletic Manager: Assemblies Comm.: ML Club: IFC. SIZEMORE, IRMA J.-Polson. Nursing. SKABO, RONALD- R.-Riverton, Wyo. Chemical Engi- neering. Sigma Nu Fraternity: High School Week Co-Chrm. 4: Commissioner of Musical Affairs 3: Student Senate 3: IFC 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Cofn- cert Chorus 1, 2, 3. 4, 5: Men's Chorus 3: Sym- phonic Band 4: I-ISW Variety Show Chrm. 3: Homecoming Comm, 3: Intramural Debate 2. 3, 4, 5: RE'W 2, 3: Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Student Leadership Camp 3: Student Union Planning Comm. 3: AIChE 4, 5, President 5: So- cial Chrm. Senior Class 5: Square and Compass 1, 2. 3: Ugly Man 2: Pep Band 4, 5: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. SKERlRITT, DALROLD E.-Scobey. Chemical Engi- neering. AIChE: Young Democratic Club. SKODNIK, FEDERICO J.-Buenos Aires, Argentina. Architecture. International Club: American In- stitute of Architects. SMITH, MRJS. ANN S.-Stanford. General. Dolphins 1, 2: FTA 1, 23 WAA 1, 2: Band 1: Westminster Fellowship 1: High School Scholarship 1. SMITH, DOUGLAS G.-Stanford. Agricultural Edu- cation. Pi Kappa Alpha: IFC 3, Vice President 3: FTA 2, 3: Collegiate FFA 3, 4: Veterans Club 1, 2: Ag Club 1, 2, 3: Little "I" 2: REW 3: New- man Club 1, 2. SONNENBERG, LaVERN'E.-Bozeman. Industrial En- gineering. SORENSEN, ALVIN L.-Great Falls. Industrial Arts. SOUTHALL, BURNELL G.-Miles City. Secondary Education. Kappa Sigma Fraternity: Montanan Staff, Advertising Mgr. 2, Business Mgr. 3, 4: Board of Publications 3, 4: Commissioner of Fi- nance 2: Student Finance Advisory Board 2: Col- lege Farmer 3: Square and Compass Club 1, 2, 3: FTA 4: Kappa Sigma Octet 2, 3, 4: MSC Ten- nis Team 1: Mixed Chorus 1, 2: Concert Chorus 2, 3, 4: WUS Treasurer 4: Mu Sigma Alpha. STAIGER, KAYE L.-Laurel. Nursing. STAPLETON, TOBIAS T.-Lewistown. Architecture. STEBBINS, KEITH D.-Big Timber. Animal Industry. Ag Club: AI Club: Alpha Zeta: Livestock Judging Team. , STEELE, EMMA L.-Heath. Nursing. STEFFAN, MlR:S. HELEN F.-Sidney. Elementary Education. Alpha Lambda Delta: Vice President, Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: Transfer from MSU 3. STETZNER, CARL J.-Anaconda. General. STRANDBERG, RUSSELL.-Conrad. Industrial Engl- neering. Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. STREETS, GLENN A.-Bozeman. Mechanical Engi- neering. STROUF, JAMES-Bozeman. Industrial Arts. SUTA, BENJAMIN E.-Sunburst. General. SU'TH'E'R.LANlD, SIDNEY A.-Davis, Calif. Agricul- tural Education. SVOBODA, JAMES A.-Fort Benton. Pre-Medicine. Alpha Gamma Rho Eraternlty. SWOBODA, 'RAYMOND E.-Billings, Agronomy. Ag Engineering Club: Scribe 2: Chaff and. Dust Club 3, 4. TERRELL, ROBERT L.--Billings. Architecture. Who's Who: Sigma Nu Fraternity: President, IFC 1, 2, 3: Vice President, Les Bouffons: Fangsg Scabbard and Blade 4, 5: Delta Phi Delta 3, 4, 5: Stu- dent-Faculty Comm. 3, 5: AIA 2, 3, 4, 55 Exponent Staff: Associate Editor 32 Montana Engineer 32 Student Senate Publicity Chrm. 4: Association of Student Housing Groups 3. THAYER, LAURENCE E.-Belt. Agricultural Educa- tion. Alpha Gamma Rho, Les Bouffonsg Fangs: Nat'l Officer of Intercollegiate Knights: Ag Club: Little "I": Montanan Staff: College Farmer Staff: Collegiate EFA: Student-Faculty Cromm. THIECLKE, ROBERT E.-Fort Peck. Mechanical En- gineering. THOMAS, MARY LOU-Helena. Elementary Educa- tion. Pi Beta Phl: Spurs: Alpha Lambda Delta 2: Mortar Board 43 Saberettes 1, 2, 3: Art Club 1: REW 1, 2, 3, 4: Exponent 1, 2: Montanan 2: Wom- en's Day Comm.: Sock and Buskln 4: Inter- church Council 1. Q . . vel' 1 - ,vi , EAW' fl THOMPSON, GEORGE W.-Grea-t Falls. Mechanical Engineering. TIN, HLA CHIT-Rangoon, Burma.. Chemical En- gineering. TOB-EY, PAULINE E.-Blozeman. Home Economics. Pl Beta Phi Sorority, Officer 2, 3, 4: Commis- sioner of Publications 4: Who's VVho-g Mortar Board: Student Senate 4: Exponent 1, 2, 3, Busi- ness Mgr. 3: Phi Upsilon Omicron 2, 3. 4, Chap- lain 4: REW 1, 2, 3: Ski Club 1, 2, Exec. Secre- tary of 'R1M1lP'Ag Student-Faculty Advisory Comm.: Home Ec Club 1, 23 Homecoming Comm. 2, 3: WAA 2: Westminster Fellowship 1. TONER, JERRY W.-Bozeman. Secondary Education. Sigma Chi Fraternity: Homecoming Comm. 2, 33 REW 2: Newman Club 1, 2. TOOTEUL, ROBERT B., JR.-Bozeman. Commercial Science. TRACY, DONALD E.-Barber. Electrical Engineer- ing. Flying Co-op 1, 2, 3, 4: AIEE 3, 4. TROTTER, DO-NALD M.-Billings. Architectural En- gineering. Kappa Sigma Fraternity: Delta Phi Delta 3, 4, Treasurer 4: AIA 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 1, 2, 3. TROTTER., MRS. SHIRLEY G.-Helena. Architecture. Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority: Co-Rush Chrm. 3: Mortar Board, Social Chrm, 43 Tau Beta Pi: Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4: Vice President 45 Spurs: Editor 2: Delta Phi Delta 3, 4, President 4: Panhellenic Council 3. TUMA, GENE A.-Cut Bank. General Chemistry. Phi Sigma Kappa. Fraternity: Newman Club 1, 2: Ag Club 1: Exponent 1: Dramatics 2: Eastern Montana College of Education 3. TURCO, REX H-Livingston. General. Sigma Nu Fraternity, Officer: REW Comm. 3: IFC 4. TURNER, VIOLET MAE?-Twin Bridges. Bacteriology. WAA 3, 43 WMCE 1, 2. TURNQUIST, SIDNEY I.--Ronan. Animal Industry. TURVEY, WARREN A.-Bozeman. Animal Industry. VAUGHAN, ROIBEVRT B.-Bozeman. Agricultural Eco- nomics. VIDAL, HELEN R.-Helena. Bacteriology. VIOLETTE, DONALD J.-Polson. Mechanical En- gineering. VINE, NORMAN-Vida. Industrial Arts. VOISE, MIRIAM H.-Havre. Home Economics. Home Ec Club. W'ALNUTS, OSCAR Q.-Mosemain. Chemical En- gineering. Sigma Chi Fraternity 3, 4, 5: Les Bouffons 2, 3, 4: Scabbard and Blade 1: Student Senate 3, 5: M Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: IFC 3: AIChE 2, 3, 4, 5: Delta Phi Delta 3, 4: Rodeo Club 4, 5: WAA 1: Phi Eta Sigma. WARD, LAURA E.-Billings. Home Economics. WARIMBROD, LOIS E.-Wolf Point, Commercial Science. Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority. WARWOOD, ROBERT D.-Bozeman. Engineering Physics. Sigma Chi Fraternity: Outstanding Pledge Scholarship 2: Physics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4: Scabbard and Blade 3, 4, President 4: Fangs 2: Exponent Sports Editor 1, 2: Flying Co-op 2, 3, 4: American Institute of Physics 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. WARZEKA, RONALD D.-Great Falls. Design Art. WATTERBERG, ROBERT L.-Alberta, Canada. Gen- eral Agriculture. Kappa Sigma Fraternity: In-- ternational Club, Vice President 1. President 2, Entertainment Clmrm. 3: Mu Beta Beta 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4: College 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4: Little "I" 1, 2, 3: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Ag Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Student-Faculty Comm's.: ICC Discus- sion Leader. WEBER, JAMES A.-Billings. Architectural Engineer- ing. WEIGEL, RUBY F.-Great Falls. Commercial Edu- cation. College of Great Falls 1, 2, 3: Student Counselor 4: House Council 4: Campus Comm. 4: Standards Comm. 4: FTA 4: LSA 3, 4: REW 3. WEIMER., TRUCILLA J.-Ballantine, Chemistry. Al- pha Gamma Delta: Alpha Lambda Delta: Elec- trons 2, 3, 4: Concert Chorus 2, 3, 4: "Mrs, Mc- Thing" 3: Advanced Honor Scholarship: Chemistry Staff Award: Richardson Chemistry Award. WEINTRAUB, EDWARD H.-Las Vegas, Nev. Indus- trial Arts. Transfer from Arizona State College: Delta Sigma Phi: Alpha Psi Omega: Industrial Arts Club, Treasurer. WELCH, LOUIS J.-Bozeman. Architectural Engi- neering. WELLS, ROY A.-Omaha, Neblr. Mechanical Engi- neering. Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity: ASME: Les Bou'ffonsg Traffic Comm. 4 7"-mmuv ' -' . f5'1"." x' 4 in - 1 slim 'Sh ,X '-2? 'V' '?'.,..."' n 1-4 WETSTEEIN, LAWRENCE J.-Joliet. Civil Engineering. WETSTEIN, WILLIS J.-Joliet. Civil Engineering, WHALEN, DANIEL R.-Pompeys Pillar. Commercial Science WIEDEMAN, NANCY A-Lewistown Elementary Edu- cation Pi Beta Phi Sorority, Rush Chrm. 3, Pro- gram Chrm. 45 Panhellenic Council 2, 33 AWS Standards Chrm. 4: REW 3: WAA 1, 2, 3: FTA 3, 4: Home Ec Club 1, 2: Square and Compass 1: Concert Ch-orus 2: Exponent 1. WIMAN, ROBERT E.-Bozeman. Chemistry. WINFIEQIJD. HAROLD A.-Helena. C'0mm61'cial Sci- CIICB. WITZEL, THEODORE W.-Pompeys Pillar. Agricul- tural Economlcs. ML Club: Alpha Zeta: Pl Kappa Alpha. WOOD, GLENELLE-Miami Beach, Florida. Zoology. Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority, Vice President: Mor- tar Board, President: Phi Sigma 3, 4. Vice Presi- dent 4g Student Senate, Secretary: Board of Pub- lications, Secretary 33 College Farmer, Office Manager: Cheerleader: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: WUS, Secretary: WAA 1, 2, 3: Ski Club. WOODMANSEY, WILLIAM F.-Highwood. Electrical Engineering. Sigma Chi Fraternity: Budget Comm. 4, Vice President 5: AIEE: IFC 59 Mu Beta Beta 3, 4, 5, Treasurer 3, President 4: Col- lege 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice President 45 REW 2, 3: Inter'-Church Coun- cil 3. WOODS, WILLIAM R.-Inve-rness. Agricultural Edu- cation. Rocky Mountain College 1, 23 Collegiate FFA 3, 4: Sentinel 4: Flying Co-on 3, 4. WYLIE, HARVEY-Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Me- chanical Engineering. ZIMDAR, ROBERT E.-Billings. Mechanical Engi- neering. Sigma Nu Fraternity: Les Bouffons: Fangs: Phi Eta Sigma: ASME. ZIMMERMAN, RUDY O.-Cut Bank, Electrical En- glneering. ZUCCONI, WILLIAM-Missoula. Architecture. ZUNCHICH, MICHAEL G.-Great Falls. Industrial Arts. IA Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Arnold Air Society 3, 4, Treasurer: Scabbaird and Blade 3, 4, Recorder: Intramural fo-otball 13 Varsity Football 2: Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, Treasurerg Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, JU IOR CLASS L 1 1 M W .-QW M, , 1 The junior class sponsors an annual junior Proin each spring quarter. For three years the class has saved money to make this one of the most successful dances of the year. For this event they usually get a name band and do it up fancy. Sitting, L. to R.: Bob Bleakman, presidentg Carole Jean Mathews, secretary. ' G Mattson, vice presidentg Janet Standing: Harriet Spurlock, social chairmang eorge Tobey, treasurer. f- .. 1:-fjz, .9 in, , R. 1 bij Y 'lf flfffz i 109 JU IGRS CLASS OF 1958 Abbie, Glyndon G., Yellowstone Park, Wyo. Alexiou, Katherine, Florina, Greece Allen, Ferna May, Lodge Grass Altenberg, Eddie, Sunburst Ammon, Phyllis, Billings Anderson, H. Walter, Billings Anderson, Robert G., Missoula Arneklev, Duane B., Antelope Backe, Carl C., Pittsburgh, Pa. Bacon, John K., Pittsford Balkovetz, Fred W., Twin Bridges Balzer, Daniel L., Billings Beckwith, John, Bozeman Beatty, Fred E., Great Falls Beaudry, Benny, Williams Becker, Ernest E., Bozeman Becraft, Lloyd, Billings Beland, Raymond D., Cut Bank Bentz, Charles E., Chester Berg, Lloyd, Shawmut Bergman, Glen H., Great Falls Bergendahl, Earl H., Butte Bergren, Frank E., Somers Bierrum, William C., Dillon Bishop, Jane Ann, Butte Bjornethun, Keith, Worland, Wyo. Bleakman, Robert O., Missoula Blackburn, Bonnie, Miles City Booth, Fred A., Great Falls Booth, Willard T., Bozeman Braniff, Marjorie, Bozeman Brewer, Darrell D., Bozeman Brosten, Einar, Bozeman Brush, James, Billings Bryan, Hayes R., Bozeman Buckingham, Barbara, White Sulphur Springs Buck, Elaine V., Great Falls Bueling, Gordon E., Brady Burgan, David W., Helena Bushnell, Pauline, Helena Byers, Donald B., Boulder Carter, Theodore L., Livingston Cebulla, Max, Shelby Chenoweth, Joe E., Billings Coday, Barbara M., Havre Cok, Steven P., Manhattan Cole, Janice L., Great Falls Cole, Norris Mac, Hysham Coloff, Dolores D., Great Falls Commings, Diane, Livingston Cooley, John Wm., Musselshell Cooley, Mrs. Mary, Musselshell Cronk, Roger Lee, Savoy Croskrey, Dale, Kalispell Currie, Robert, Bridger X w , QM, li- --,f,..,.,.. .., . 1 if i I ...Ca br X Ev ,-4: ,....., , W Y 5' W Z ff ...muy Q 'N7' in 5' 1 ff V ,ew .frm H. +1657 1,4 -an Z ...mg .' . . I . f. Q ami K . ' 3, ' I 3 if fy, if ':. , 1 . fs-'T ' r u 6 4 ,J x "'! , 3 ' L hrs! . .W i .ti 1 J ij MQ 13.16- 11' 111 Danielson, Raymond W., San Mateo, Calif. Davis, Robert H., Cut Bank DeBree, Gerald F., Superior Delap, David, Bozeman DeMers, Dorothea E., Arlee Denecke, Wm. A., Bozeman Denton, Gail B., Bozeman DeYoung, Thomas A., Helena Dillon, Barbara G., Wolf Point Dobler, Janet E., East Helena Doig, Claude S., Big Timber Doig, Jay C., Ringling Dolve, Mary Anne, Ryegate Dooling, Mary Ann, Jackson Dornblaser, Owen, Sunburst Dowery, Carl G., Middletown, Ohio Dover, Colin, Buffalo Drew, Joan, Butte Drivdahl, David D., Big Timber Dufek, Gregory, Milwaukee, Wis Dunkel, David L., White Sulphur Springs Egan, Kenneth J., Missoula Ellis, Alvin A., Red Lodge English, Reay G., Stanford Erickson, Lloyd A., Milltown Erps, Floyd D., Sidney Estill, Shari, Great Falls Ettinger, Richard L., Bozeman Evans, Donald J., Ovando Ewing, Kenneth, Vaughn Farrington, Robert J., Kalispell Fergerson, Robert D., Hardin Flatt, Glenn F., Fort Benton Flemming, John D., Butte Folda, Carole E., Lewistown Foote, Sharon L., Laurel Ford, Robert G., Bozeman Forester, Clifford K., Cut Bank Foss, Connie K., Sidney Fowler, Blanche E., Wyola Franz, Leona E., Sidney Fraser, Charlotte M., Simms Freeman, Wayne H., Laurel French, Donald G., Hardin Freshour, Donald J., St. Ignatius Frickle, George E. Billings Fry, James P., Cut Bank Fulbright, JoAnne M., Belt Fulton, D. George, Ismay Gaffney, Helen T., Bozeman Gallagher, Michael W., Billings Gibbs, David P., Rock Springs Gibson, Bruce G., Butte Gibson, Wayne D., Helena Gilpatrick, Mona B., Hilger Goldberg, Ronald R., Helena Gouin, Charles J., Butte Green, Harry C., Havre Greer, Mildred R., Whitehall Gregor, Louise I., Helena Griffin, Phillip E., Billings Griffith, Albert E., Helena Grosswiler, Ruth M., Kalispell Guptill, Lester R., Jr. Gunderson, Robert W., Havre vw'-5 'C 'wp . . vim . .-ez: -v 5. M- M 'Q ,w,.,-. J., .F , r E J ...ggi ii-' If Vfgfktfafa-:fue L-'T .- X 1 'Q f-.gg 1 A . ,, Ah: w t , '..Jiz+ Q, sz '-..,, in , .,... - j W :-rg-7 .. 5 11. ' 'Q . .w-QMJCL i .,....... X H . if ,Y.,Ay.!' , ,.X. Q. 4 "CQ Y X it .ti 4? 'X Y 'Q -1.1 ,ag . 45 'Za' we QW Q' ,Q-it Q91 Haaland, Robert S., Bozeman Haines, Richard E., Helena Haller, Ronald J., Butte Hames, Daniel A., Helena Hammersmark, Henry T., Big Timber Han, Maung Thi, Rangoon, Burma Hankins, Rodger M., Whitefish Hansen, Donald C., Rexford Hanson, Charles K., Malta Hanson, Robert J., Bozeman Harcharik, Ronald W., Lewistown Hardy, Leslie G., Billings Harlen, Leonard C., Great Falls Harper, Louis W., Bozeman Hart, Beverly J., Cut Bank Hash, Charles T., Luther Haslip, Gerald J., East Helena Haslip, William R., East Helena Hastings, Sandra L., Bozeman Hathaway, Donald D., Great Falls Haugen, Floyd K., Belt Heath, Gerald G., Libby Hearst, Roger O., Plains Hecker, Richard J., Sumatra Hehn, Ronald W., Bozeman f Hodges, Allan R., Troy Hoefert, Lynn L., Polson Hglstine, Leland L., Conrad Hopper, Joan V., Billings Hougardy, Dale M., Roundup Howell, Ralph D., Charlo Icenoggle, Wm. L., Ennis Irvine, Mrs. Jean, Bozeman Irwin, Charliene J., Hamilton Jandt, Wes D., Bozeman Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnston, Carol G., Bozeman Darrell L., Bozeman Mrs. Irene, Crane Joyce S., Helena Leigh, Billings Patricia M., Manhattan Robert T., Powell, Wyo. Russell L., Sidney Donald R., Troy Jones, Robert W., Missoula Kassis, Johnny A. H., Jordan Keller, Suzanne, Bozeman Kent, Cecil N., Bozeman Kerns, Barbara J., Sheridan, Wyo. Keyes, Karen L., Bozeman Kieckbush, Pat L., Townsend Kleffner, Bernice L., Belt Klisis, Aldona, Kalispell Kohls, Carol V., Hamilton Kologi, Stephen C., Simms Kolokotrones, Betty, Three Forks Kratofil, Rudolph B., Hamilton Kuchenbrod, Ronald, Helena Lance, William B., Billings Langely, William, Great Falls Lanier, Verle, Billings Lashway, Roy, Vaughn Lauer, Diane M., Terry Lee, James, Libby Levin, Mrs. Leta, Twin Bridges 41... '15 Q, I' . 6 . - -flu v 5' "' J 2' 'Q'-In ' S 5 , X 'QQ S fn? ' 'M I-'ef Wg' r .f " ff- S 1 Q i .sa ,A f F J i A . K M' 5,1 W- 'A ' 'J at 5 i I .aka I h ,IA U T' Y H, S 3. Ztl 'N I Q 5 I ng A X fi Q I f ff J lav- my MS -M . , I":'Y " f '51, 4-O ,-lr' Mi W ' 'Eg A Q s .,., ol. J -4 f Z4 ' Athi Q - and M W . A .,,s . fs, if 1, , pf is f . 'Q w. r' fir , 9? ,, i -if ri 7 we '3 ' x. K . S 115 Lichtwardt, Nancy A., Helena Lightfoot, Gordon, Arlington, Va Linse, Robert M., Billings Logan, Sidney M., Cut Bank Loney, William P., Cascade Long, Doris J., Florence Lowery, Bette A., Roundup Lundmark, Lois, Great Falls Malberg, Kenneth, Sunburst Malmquist, Glenn J., Ekalaka Malmstad, Sylvia B., Billings Marchello, John A., Bearcreek Mason, Joseph, Butte Mathews, Carol J., Sun River Matson, Andy, Belmont, Kansas Mattson, George A., Yellowstone Park, Wyo. Maxwell, Hugh W., Fairview McCallum, Bruce A., Bozeman McCaslin, Neal, Otto, Wyo. McClure, Donna J., Hanover McCollum, John R., Dillon McConnon, David C., Bozeman McCrea, George L., Buffalo, Wyo McDernott, Patrick C., Fairfield McFarland, Margaret, Billings McGlothlin, Everett, Sheridan, Wyo. Mcllhattan, Robert L., Bozeman McLeod, John L., Butte McReynolds, John S., Casper, Wyo. McQueary, Georgia, Denver, Colo. McRae, Wallace, Forsyth Mercord, G. Brice, Kalispell Metz, Mondell F., Polson Mickelson, Peter, Lewistown Miller, Gerald L., Great Falls Miller, Wallace G., Cut Bank Miller, William L., Silver Star Moller, Cheron, Bozeman Moody, Vernon L., Great Falls Morrelles, William W., Missoula Morrison, C. Mikell, Great Falls Moutsoudi, Roxani G., Chessalonik, Greece Muchmore, Gilbert L., Missoula Murphy, Janie J., Ovando Nelson, Donald E., Roundup Nelson, Marvin D., Westby Nerhus, Harold, Billings Ness, Donald L., Billings Newman, James Bruce, Billings Newman, John Joseph, Wolf Point Neyland, Harvey, Simms Nielsen, Benson A., Bililngs Nielsen, Ernest W., Whitehall Nieskins, Leon, Bozeman Nisbet, Richard A., Great Falls Norman, Sharlene A., Scobey Northam, Beverly, Bozeman Olinger, William E., Glasgow Olson, George A., Great Falls Olson, Karen L., Bozeman O'Neil, Robert, Choteau Orr, Lee E., Dillon Orr, Robert, Billings Orham, Maurice, Great Falls Patton, J. Gail, Lonepine L, N x 4-9 lg i .. Av " . fam, rs. 3' . 1 Q-xvv-V - -V vt :gy f-5 nm -,, fra M9152 1 ,uv V., A N-.ad -.all if -r 1 , rl! ,gg fi' 1- ,.1.. , fi? f Q A J I I . 4 f t . ,m,,5f- -I 1 - qff I Q, ,X ,,,Q "Y as MR l i? 1 'J I a f ,f Q A ji I , l it 0 X W ' , 5. 1,1 X f x 'x if Mu, . 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S-fTiv-g,5N , ' 4 nf., at ' f L, 'QW ggi' NST, Sim uf. r '-at 3 , -Jia -f--4-:grits .l 4 "U if 117 Peek, James M., Helena Pellot, Robert, Bozeman Pensula, Donato, Bozeman Pepper, James E., Bozeman Peressini, Eugene R., Great Falls Peters, Clifford E., Bridger Peterson, Carol L., Bozeman Peterson, John K., Bozeman Peterson, Mary, Bozeman Peterson, Raymond M., Butte Phillips, Richard L., Waltham Pierce, John R., Dillon Possenti, Brooke, Havre Powers, Gene R., Browning Qualey, Mrs. Donna, Tampico Randash, Ida M., Baker Rangitsch, Alvin S., Bridger Redekopp, Dorothy M., Wolf Point Redfield, Joseph, Lakeside Rhine, Dawn J., Polson Rhoades, Warren H., Billings Rice, Barbara L., Libby Rice, Bert L., Intake Ridgway, Kerry J., Bozeman Roban, Jo Ann, Great Falls Roesner, Don E., Fairview Rohedanz, Darrell R., Bozeman Rose, Glenn A., Bozeman Rose, Joseph, Pendroy Roseneau, Jane Mary, Great Falls Rothwell, John A., Great Falls Rothwell, Mrs. Shirley, Great Falls Routzahn, David, Helena Royal, Gayle, Lewistown Ruppel, Barbara A., Deer Lodge Sargent, Carolyn A., Dillon Sargent, Gordon E., Shawrnut Scherrer, Fred, Augusta Schmidt, Albert O., Great Falls Schreider, Gary P., Billings Scott, Wallace D., Bozeman Scoville, Frances E., Winifred Seekins, Kirk A., Oak Harbor, Wash. Shipley, William D., Miles City Shular, Walter A., Cardwell Sinclair, Donna M., Helena Slavens, William E., Molt Smith, C. Spencer, Belgrade Smith, Robert J., Bozeman Smith, Shirley R., Kalispell Spaberg, Gordon H., Superior Spady, James, Bozeman Spurlock, Harriet J., Anaconda Stergar, John J., Anaconda Stetson, Sterling L., Livingston Stevens, David, Bozeman Stradley, David I., Belgrade Strobel, Harold, Fallon Swank, Dean, Valier Swindlehurst, Jean F., Livingston Sykes, Charles, Ekalaka Taylor, Charlee, Squamish, Canada Taylor, William, Bozeman Thom, Gary G., Troy Tin, Maung Myint, Moulmeim, Burma Q vb 05 ' -1 'B' as 3 ,,f 1 J 'in i .Li 1 K xy ks' f P I f 1 YK f . fi? 55. as . . i .gn .FY ix, In gwvh, 9 6 -Q. f 15. 1-if -Q 1 N N. X44 wi 5'-01 ilffi L fd? Tin, Tun, Mandalay, Burma Tobey, Janet W., Bozeman Torgerson, Delia, Ethridge Tun, Than, Tabayin, Shweba, Burma Tuthill, Allan, Long Beach, Calif. Vandenburg, Nancy I., Great Falls Vandyk, Ralph, Jr., Bozeman Wahl, Clarence W., Fishtail Walker, George L., Dillon Walker, Harold W., Jr., Floweree Walker, Richard, Musselshell Walter, Robert G., Bozeman Warehime, Edwin T., Armington Warren, Robert C., Hardin Weeks, Samuel E., Baker Weiss, Edward F., Jr., Helena Welborn, Stanley R., Nibbe Welker, Frank, Conrad West, Roger L., Bozeman Wheeler, Gerald E., Great Falls White, Rebecca M., Custer Wiedeman, Arthur, Jr., Lewistown Wiegand, Kenneth D., Shelby Wilcock, Jack A., Billings Wilde, Robert L., Bozeman Wocasek, Frank R., Great Falls Woodmansey, Robert F., Highwood Youngberg, Nancy J., Essex, Iowa Zook, Herbert A., Red Lodge Zonkick, Winefred, Pistol Creek OPHOMGRE CLASS i - " A T"t'Wift . t r R L, at .W V 5. I ' A I. thmi., if "" - Qi - ,gl f2i'5.i,-1 1 ' The Sophomores have a big meeting at the heginning of the year for the purpose of electing class officers. Besides this, you might say, they just rest up after a hard, long freshman year, unless they have an ambitious president as they had this year. Sitting, L. to R.: Robert Dixon, secretaryg Phyllis Noel, presidentg Richard French, vice president. Standing: Merle Listoe, treasurer: Carole Kamhoot, social co-chairmang Curtis Dassonville, social co-chairman. Mx -,wif A V5 .Q ,, 'y ' W . us. .H . ff' 4, , .Q su , was far , W, 1.-4 w ,Q V x 21 Ackerman, Charles, Fairfield Akre, Richard, Glasgow Andersen, Marvin J., Sidney Anderson, Jay, Wise River Appelhans, Richard, Dodson Apple, Sharon, Lewistown Arneklev, Bruce L., Antelope Arneson, Larean, Havre Arnst, Jack, Valier Bacon, Ramona, Three Forks Baird, Karen, Lewistown Balcer, Thomas, Glendive Balzer, Alvin, Worden Barbo, Robert, Billings Barnes, Charles, Helena Barnes, David, Missoula Baron, Dorothy, Butte Barth, Carolyn, Conrad Baumann, Lanny, Bozeman Bawden, James, Nohly Bellach, Edna, Three Forks Benson, James, Great Falls Berg, Bernard, Shawmut Bergren, Mary, Bozeman Bergstrom, Velma, Conrad Bickle, William, Ismay Bink, John, Great Falls Bissonette, Paul, Bozeman Black, Ronald, Three Forks Boe, Sharon, Cut Bank Boetticher, Fred, Bozeman Bohart, Donald, Bozeman Bough, Dennis S., Belt Brenden, Anna Mae, Bozeman Bretzke, Duane, Miles City Brillhart, Charles, Lolo Brock, Lewis, Bozeman Brookshier, Joseph, Belgrade Brown, Charlotte, Billings Browning, Robert, Livingston Brummer, John, Chinook Buckingham, William, White Sulphur Springs Budke, Wesley, Raymond Burns, Robert, Wolf Creek Byrd, John, Hamilton Cairns, Dave, Bozeman Caldwell, Kay, Bozeman Carlson, Barbara, Billings Carlson, Doris, Bridger Castle, Jay, Choteau Chapman, Faye, Lambert Chase John, Kalispell Chilcote Kenneth Missoula Christenson Donald Mildred 1 ' gf was ,O f A 5 Q 7 if x -f' x f rf 7 7 4 Christiansen, James, Powell, Wyo. 'L if Clark, Lloyd, Hamilton Clark, Padaric, Bozeman Cloud, James, Bozeman Codd, Ivan, Bozeman Cole, Morla, Sanders Colman, William, Butte Conaway, Barbara, Sidney Corder, James, Bozeman Costello, Larry, Stevensville Crook, Lloyd, Lewistown Crouse, Charles, Billings Dahlstrom, Vernon, Huntley Daley, Wayne, Fairfield Darsow, Donovan, Bozeman Dassonville, Curtis, Frazer Dauwalder, Robert, Choteau Davenport, Leslie, Whitehall Davidson, Douglas, Baldwin, N. Y. David, Betty Lou, Idaho Falls, Ida. Dawson, James, Geraldine Dehn, Carl, Fairfield Deighton, Walter, Butte Descheemaeker, Larry, Boyd Devore, Stanley, Conrad Diehl, Mrs. Helen, Helena new .,.j, -SA'-S122 M. V, ufyvl '5 A FV, if , ,, ,,f,,,. - 2 f '2 ' mf .. w Y' 'nl 'Q X 4, x 5' Cf, E. Jw' 1-prev' 7 .0 I ,- K s 1 '71 , frggdfnge ,He ff 3,-. ,, ,.,+j,'. 'il '!., 33156:-.ey 5 J - -rf,Q,:",v3-f -'ff' ef' .5 ,vt ll A-A fu 431 -'Y 'T 'iv ' "1 2' :FX xr, WP' F.. P if, gif.. fa ff' 1 S155 M nw riff I . rv- fv B " f wif. 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S, ,,,,. .. ., ,,.. ,.....,.,g,,,,,.,.,.V., if l 4 f 9 -5 I -iq 3 Diehl, William, Helena Dixon, Robert, Great Falls Dobler, Christian, Forsyth Doettl, Burglind, Ramsey Donovan, John, Dillon Duletich, Mary Jane, Whitehall Ellingson, Bernard D., Big Sandy Elliott, Esther, Conrad Elser, Ella Rae, Sheridan Engle, Keith, McLeod Erb, Donald M., Huntley Erickson, Leneus, Turner Faught, Patricia J., Belgrade Feda, Genevieve, Wolf Point Fehr, Dale J., Missoula Ferris, Charles, Lewistown Fisher, Elvira J., Miles City Fiskum, Sharon, Great Falls Fixmer, Marilyn, Bozeman Fleharty, Lois M., Winnett Flower, Edwin B., Bozeman Foster, Boyd, Cut Bank Fousek, Shirley A., Great Falls Fowler, Mary J., Wyola France, Keith, Miles City Fraser, Wanda S., Lewistown Fred, Lander J., Helena Frederisy, Robert, Billings French, Richard, Tarkio Frieling, Donald, Fort Benton Garfield, Jess M., Ryegate Garry, Thomas, Yellowstone Park, Wyo. Gendreau, Stanley W., Bozeman George, Eugene W., Laurel Gilbertson, Clarence, Kalispell Gilchrist, James J., Great Falls Glantz, Gary W., Roberts Gleason, Judith E., Helena Gossack, Edward T., Highwood Gottfried, Francis L., Sunburst Graham, Samuel R., Columbia Falls Granmo, Lauren G., Bozeman Guenthner, Harold, Silesia Hahn, Colleen K., Bozeman Hamilton, Robert, Livingston Hamm, Richard T., Great Falls Hankins, Marion V., Whitefish Hanley, Wilfred S., Butte Hansford, Curtis, Bozeman Hanson, Carl J., Billings Hanson, Della M., Ashland Hanson, Lloyd L., Kalispell Helterline, Carol M., Plains Hemphill, Richard, Bozeman Hennemann, Rosa, Ramsay Henry, Carl, Great Falls Hilger, Edwin J., Dillon Hill, Barbara J., Winnett Hill, Gerald H., Miles City Hippely, Ted, Livingston Hoenshell, John T., Billings Hollandsworth, Harvey, Brady Holombos, Gerald, Bozeman Holtz, Clifford, Great Falls Holtz, Kent, Great Falls Holzworth, Richard, Salt Lake City, Utah Hopperstad, Craig, Lame Deer Huber, James, Hamilton Hudson, Mary E., Rossfork Huggins, James M., Kalispell Hughes, Charles W., Miles City Hults, Richard I., Lodge Grass Humphrey, John, Lewistown Hunt, Donald H., Billings Hunter, Collyn S., Billings Hutchinson, Joan, Willow Creek Hyatt, Harry, Havre Iversen, Erik Richard, Missoula Iverson, James R., Kalispell Jackson, David L., Butte we c 5 A '31 f .6 ,nj A , -yi? H . 1 K it il: , J, ., , K ,gi 'Q XX N 5141 'WHS M--:sig K IW: Jacobson, Barbara, Carter Jameson, Jack, Lethbridge, Alta. Jellison, Robert, Kalispell Jermin, Catherine, Great Falls Johns, Larry R., Skokie, Ill. Johnson, Anna Lee, Worland, Wyo. Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson, Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Donald O., Havre Donna M., Billings Elmer L., Big Timber Gale L., Power Gary D., Anaconda Gene W., Polson Richard E., Helena Ronald H., Missoula Shirley A., Valier Johnson, Tim, Bozeman Jones, Jack D., Bozeman Jones, Kenneth C., Harlowton Joubert, Jeanne M., Fort Benton Kallas, Edward E., Anaconda Kamhoot, Carole J., Forsyth Kathman, David J., Chinook Kawanishi, George H., Cut Bank Kehoberg, Ernest, Livingston Kerio, Fuad, Hassake, Syria Khan, Rauf Ahmad, Karachi, Pakistan Klaue, Charles J., Great Falls Knapp, Bradford, Miles City Knapton, Richard W., Columbia Falls Knoyle, Robert D., Missoula Kologi, Ronald S., Great Falls Kondelik, Emil J., Circle Kralich, Joanne, Black Eagle Kraus, Richard L., Great Falls Krueger, Karol J., Kalispell Lamb, Earl B., Helena Landa, Clayton L., Great Falls Lander, James R., Belt Larson, Sonja M., Deer Lodge Lattig, Lowell K., Freeburg Leslie, Janice J., Great Falls Lien, Allan G., Columbus Lindstrand, Laurence, Roundup Long, Jo Ann, Livingston Ludtke, Nancy K., Billings Luft, Leroy, Culbertson Madison, Ralph P., Big Sandy Madson, David D., Great Falls Magill, Keith J., Glasgow Malcolm, Robert, Livingston Malone, M. Katherinette, Choteau Marek, Frank E., Windham Marshall, Meredith, Lewistown Martin, Robert C., Anaconda Martin, Robert R., Terry Martin, William E., Great Falls Martin, Winona C., Poplar Mason, William, Butte Matchett, Jacquelin, Chinook Maykuth, Elizabeth A., Bozeman McClintick, Robert L., Kalispell McCloy, Albert, Circle McDonnell, James, Hobson McGiboney, Donald, Melstone McGlothlin, Charles, Sheridan, Wyo. McGowan, Duane G., Highwood McNicol, Eldon J ., Great Falls McWhirter, James R., Cascade Mee, Larry R., Bozeman Merritt, Dolores B., Milltown Mikkelson, Bayden, Bozeman Milanovich, Stella E., Butte Miller, Carol Woodland Hills, Calif. Miller, Kim, Moore Miller, Richard D., Kalispell Mitchell, Edwin R., Great Falls Mockel, Carol L., Dillon Montgomery, Betty R., Billings Moore, Robert A., Livingston Moriarity, Robert, Livingston JE! X , 'ASI ,QS vwv ' -ki T, f J . V , , , 'Q-'VM pin: K, I G' 0 51.4 -aff' QF 437 Q3 . M' inf 4? 12.7 'D 'a-'85 W!- .fi , Q X . ' , f.v" AN N if 3, X ya. . ' f nj 1:28 I Mountain, Raymond D., Billings Munroe, David M., Great Falls Munson, Karen J., Hamilton Myers, Sydney, Livingston Naegeli, Jo J., Livingston Nagel, Nancy C., Butte Nance, John W., Miles City Nauman, Bill, Conrad Neeley, Doral L., Shelby Neill, Arthur K., Helena Nelson, Beverly J., Roundup Nelson, Kenneth W., Sunburst Nelson, Leland R., Sidney Nelson, Willard G., Livingston Nett, Gene A., Augusta Newman, James B., Billings Noel, Phyllis A., Silesia Norling, Bonnie J., Helena Nottingham, William, Carter Ochs, William M., Culbertson Olson, Olson, Olson, Arden, Kalispell Donald O., Lewistown Geo. Arnold, Great Falls Olson, Geo. Arthur, Missoula Omundson, Don B., Richland Osbursen, Leo E., Winifred Otten, Donna G., Helena Overby, Gordon J., Plentywood Overgaard, James W., Plentywood Owen, Kenneth L., St. Ignatius Paisley, David, Bozeman Pappas , Dena C., Gilford Parker, F. Glen, Ronan Parkin, Zoe A., Long Beach, Calif. Parsons, Jimmie G., Harlowton Pasha, Delbert L., Gallatin Gateway Pasha, Emilee, Bozeman Paulson, Patricia, Great Falls Peck, Darlene M., Butte Peressini, Donald, Missoula Peterson Carol A., Cut Bank Peterson Doris A., Bozeman Peterson, James C., Wolf Point Peterson Marcia M., Bozeman Peterson Melvin P., Bozeman Peterson, Vivian V., Harlowton Pierce, Harlan L., Plentywood Pierce, Robert L., Pompeys Pillar Pierce, Walter L., Pompeys Pillar Pilny, Charles F., Libby Pitman, Warren L., Bozeman Poore, James P., Helena Porch, Steve, Great Falls Pramenko, George, Missoula Price, Noel S., Wheaton, Ill. Prindle, Frazer L., Sunburst Pru, Shwe Hla, Akyab, Burma Raaum, Ronell B., Westby Rafdal, Gordon H., Libby Ranger, Richard J., Glendive Ratz, Otto, Whitefish Rawlings, James A., Billings Redman, J. Robert, Wyola Reichman, Lois D., Belgrade Reitsch, Barbara, Hickman-Mills, Mo. Rhea, Donald E., Bozeman Rhea, Kenneth, Bozeman Richardson, Charles Glendora, Calif. Richardson, Eugene, Laurel Richmond, Lloyd, Great Falls Richmond, Ronald L., Hardin Riegel, M. Jane, Helena Roberts, Wallace, Kodiak, Alaska Robinson, Regneld D., Glendive Roda, John D., Billings Rodewald, Gordon E., Brockton Rognlie, Norman H., Pray Rolandson, Kermit, Circle Romine, Karen R., Livingston Roscoe, Patricia Ann, Hamilton '22 if -. ' JO U . .I 1 . an fi? ,i ' 'R . ' 1 2-2. If-V Ii .5213 as vw V rv! l QC X Q :gal 4 I ' W4 if - V! ..-Xu 49 ff? 43 mf r ,IM- r 'Q 1 '? ,af 3 MD. my , -,,,.,,,. fd r' 1 . i . af' f- ..ar-...-, f KT? K .J , -.4 D ,mf MQW J' .31 ., Q . 5 sa 3 5: fi QQ' rm. .ag fak -. ! 130 Sandenaw, Thomas, Los Alamos, N. M. Sanders, Donald, Conrad Sanders, Ralph, Great Falls Schneiter, Fred, Belgrade Schultz, Harold, Glendive Schumacher, Eugene P., Billings Schutty, Charles, Anaconda Sein, Thaung, Sagaing, Burma Semmens, Karen Lee, Butte Sherick, Donald Mark, Butte Shevalier, Dix C., Jr., Bozeman Siderius, Maxine Lou, Kalispell Sievert, Bernard K., Bozeman Simpson, Paul Eugene, Moore Sivumaki, Leonard, Sun River Skaggs, Jerry F., Bozeman Slanger, George, Dillon Slanger, Jacquelyn P., Choteau Skelton, Bill, Bozeman Slotsve, Carollee B., Billings Smalley, Bern George, Billings Smith, Daryl Jean, Stanford Smith, Devonna Gail, Jeffers Smith, Harris, Dean, Glasgow Smith, Richard Patte, Medicine Lake Snortland, Everett M., Conrad Solf, Charles J., Winnett Solf, Joan Louise, Winnett Sprague, Danny Dean, Bozeman Stafford, Gerald, Lethbridge, Canada Stanton, Lynn, Glendora, Calif. Stephens, Harold E., Great Falls Stiles, Wm. Edward, Ronan Stillman, Roxie, Lewistown St. Onge, Mary Fran, Butte Strandberg, Keith, Conrad Strissel, Richard, Havre Strong, Janis Lee, Missoula Suchland, David H., Wenatchee, Wash. Sundsted, Anton S., Antelope Suneson, Deanna I., Davis, Calif Svela, Donald G., Miles City Swan, Lee R., Highwood Swenson, Deanna, Choteau Tavenner, Dean W., Deer Lodge Taylor, Jack Taylor, John F., Trout Creek Taylor, Mary Gay, Bozeman Taylor Robert S., Belgrade Thant, Maung M., Rangoon, Burma Thompson, Gordon E., Bozeman Thompson, John A., Deer Lodge Thompson, Wayne D., Polson Thurber, Albert W., Great Falls Tomlinson, James H., Deer Lodge Trang, Myron L., Glasgow Uhlrich, Richard J., Bozeman Underseth, Mary Ann, Helena Vallance, Sharon M., Hamilton Van Heemst, Wallace L., Columbus Vischer, Karen R., Carter Walker, Robert C., Butte Ware, Walter L., Scobey Watts, Daniel R., Miles City Waylett, Danny K., Libby Weaver, Margaret M., Belgrade West, Barbara A., Greybull Whitcomb, Clark E., Red Lodge Wetherell, Michael K., Bozeman White, Keith D., Bozeman White, Thomas E., Livingston Whitham, David W., Reedpoint Wigger, Lones W., Jr., Carter Wilcox, Cliff, Bozeman Willard, Patricia A., Bozeman Williams, Larry O., Bozeman Williams, Roxanna K., Sheridan, Wyo. Williams, Wilson W., Glendive Wills, Dorothy L., Potomac Wilson, Richard A., Malta 1. I9' 1 f'14 ' ,df .L , X , -of 'Q asf RUN' .vifl ' I 'W -:S MJORK 2 Win, Hla Than, Mandalay, Burma Windecker, Clyde D., Sappington Winstead, Mrs. Gay D., Bozeman Wolenetz, Byron F., Willard Wolfe, Geraldine, Belfry Woodring, Marvin J., Livingston Woodward, Judith Ann, Missoula Wright, Myrna J., Havre Wurst, Wilhelm L., Ronan Wylie, Paul R., Jr., White Sulphur Springs Yeager, Charles F., Jr., Lewistown Young, James A., Billings Zempel, Louise A., Forsyth Zinnecker, I. Blake, Moore Zonkick, Winefred, Pistol Creek The gentleman was the one and only in the famous 1933, Mjork Mon- tanan. He was found in many group pictures and was really an active in- dividual. Mjork,s dignity and poise made him very popular with the Editor of the ,33, David Rivenes. Our tribute goes to this symbol of the most controversial and famous an- nual of Montana State College. FRESHMAN CLASS "' "' ' f --'ff-M-Qu" f:1- .ill -f',f""" F"'f-mem' 'Z' -it 3. B.. ' 'Q-,li , .P , 'S , ' -: ' YK .014 I., ml, iff 31... D JA' v V 1 In The Freshmen at MSC begin their college career with Freshmen Week and every- thing that goes along with it. Some of these things include tests, confusion, fun, regis- tration, and more confusion. The big event for the freshmen is the traditional painting of the HMS, each fall and spring quarter. Left to Right: Jane Smith, secre- taryg Bud Peres, president: Hal Nolde, vice presidentg Stanley Rasmussen, treasurerg Patricia Fitzgerald, social chairmang Phil Eaves, social co-chairman. -w -1 OO '1 l tw Q ,ds . ol --.-4. S X HL few' 'Q "?' P .4 35 X 4 .E , 4 4 ' ' :QV Hb "lf"'-a LQ."1f Afanasiev, Jane Alex, Bozeman Albro, James Lyle, Willow Creek Almberg, Robert Keit, Seattle, Wash. Alt, David Warren, Toledo, Ohio Althoff, Arthur Roy, Powell, Wyo. Amon, Stanley Crisso, Livingston Andersen, Dorothy L., Dillon Andersen, Erik Laan, Heron Anderson, Louise M., Deer Lodge Anderson, Marlo Dela, Great Falls Anderson, Theodore P., Conrad Antonich, Larry John, Black Eagle Applegate, Rose Mary, Drummond Armstrong, Charles H., Malta Armstrong, Gayle Ann, Pendroy Armstrong, Janet, Lewistown Armstrong, Shirley, Livingston Atkins, Phyllis Jean, Livingston Baril, Barbara Ann, Sheridan Barnes, Robert Laver, Great Falls Barnett, Francis E., Bozeman Barrick, Donald Herb, Bozeman Bartlett, Loneta M., Kalispell Bastian, Donald F., Winnett Baumgartner, James F., Fort Peck Beauchamp, Glen J., Miles City Bellach, Helen L., Three Forks Bennett, Marshall B., Bozeman Benson, Bernice J., Dillon Benson, Mrs. Claudia, Bozeman Benson, Theodore J., Bozeman Bersuch, Thomas, Lewistown Best, Jacque W., Fort Peck Bianchi, Donald R., White Sulphur Springs Bieflenberg, Barbara, Helena Bircher, John J., Deer Lodge Bjork, Ellen, Ennis Black, Robert M., Martinsdale Blain, Rodney A., Joliet Blankmeyer, Don A., Butte Blazich, Annie V., Corvallis Bley, Charles R., Great Falls Bodine, Richard P., Livingston Bond, Ralph A., Polson Bonine, Richard C., Miles City Bowen, Lorna M., Chinook Bowman, Arlene, Belgrade Bowman, Harold E., Big Fork Brainard, Sandra L., Maudlow Brandt, Shirley F., Rudyard Brewer, James E., Sheridan Bridell, Donald H., Bozeman Brock, Helen J., St. Ignatius Brockway, Merlin E., Sidney Brookie, James H., Livingston Brown, Robert C., Harlowton Brown, Verna J., Wolf Creek Browning, Judith L., Helena Brownson, Roger M., Baker Broz, Leonard E., Westchester, Ill " I . 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X 5 ., 5 I ,fd A . my E . , AMW , . . ,,A., , QM, if X K. 3' Q W 1 ' Bruck, David R., Billings Bruner, Sharlin M., Dupuyer Brunner, Peggy M., Sheridan Bryant, Bruce E., Bozeman Buck, Ronald R., Kalispell Budke, Gerald F., Raymond Burke, Carole I., Deer Lodge Burleigh, Richard F., Lewistown Burris, Olivia K., Scobey Burtch, Kenneth C., Shelby Burton, David D., Belgrade Cada, Deanna D., Columbia Falls Cadigan, James W., Butte Cameron, Robert W., Butte Campbell, Jean F., Butte Campbell, Richard S., Superior Carney, Donna R., Dutton Carter, Lavon E., Bozeman Carty, Marian E., Billings Cassels, Maureen A., Great Falls Castle, Dale A., Great Falls Catron, Brittian N., Kalispell Cauffman, Faye M., Malta Cawlfield, Margaret, Bozeman Charlton, Vernon P., Helena Chin, Fay D., Hamilton Christinson, Isabell, Glasgow Clark, Glen J., Manhattan Clement, Jacquelyn J ., Billings Cline, Daisy Colleen, Crow Agency Clinton, Myrna L., Manhattan Coffey, William J., Bozeman Coffrin, William E., Sidney Colvill, Randa J., Missoula Condill, James, Barrington, Ill. Conover, Sharon Kay, Broadview Conser, Charles E., Bozeman Cooper, Larry P., Willow Creek Corn, Hugh W., Superior Correll, Richard A., Circle Craig, James R., Carter Crane, Charles N., Choteau Cromley, David A., Great Falls Cross, Wendall H., Bozeman Crouter, Charles W., Helena Dahlman, Adam F., Power Daley, Theodore J., Fairfield Daniel, Terry, Lethbridge, Canada Darlington, Ronald, Lethbridge, Canada Darrah, Donna J., Ryegate Dasenbrock, Frederic, Anamosa, Iowa Daugaard, Linda M., Billings Davis, Nancy L., Bozeman Davis, Ronald R., Hardin Day, Geraldine M., Helena Deland, Loren F., Missoula Dell, Kenneth C., Bozeman Demars, Duane L., Coffee Creek Dewart, Richard T., Gardiner Dieck, Richard W., Queens Village, N. Y. itil' 4--1-. F 4-W - 3 Q. I Q M W rf, 35 , . X fi - 'ff' ' if 'P fa' K' X F . ' , -' '.Lfv df-4, "f""' ' 7 35" ,Sz Nw i w if .J , - fs E 4 ' x l A ff fx of -f 'gs .-1 5 . M j X if l AQ! 'Q ' .rr 1,1-v .. F . 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Frederick, William, Billings French, Richard L., Redstone Friend, George, Anaconda Fritz, Raymond, Kalispell Gannon, William E., Great Falls Gartner, Margaret, Sidney Gary, Robert, Gallatin Gateway Gazda, James G., Lincoln Park, Mich. Gentry, Evah, Pomeroy, Wash. Gettel, Dorothy, Power Gianfrancisco, Sam, Anaconda Giarratana, Charles, Bozeman Gillen, Patricia, Roundup Gingry, Kae, Livingston Godston, Arjay, Staten Island, N. Y. Good, Keith, Great Falls Goodan, Delores, Missoula Gowin, Joseph, Belgrade IU'-1 'Q Y- . , n 0- I I 'p ...df .... --" . ff. 1 ,' 'V I 'pi' ,Wi fi - 7, -1+ -asv' :. ' - H it . H 0 ' -'wmv-,. A- sf ' 4' f , f fi ' . ' ' TQ? W ' . ,L!A if , . , .1 . , F 'fff 1 My v ' 2 135. . A , , ,F 44 . . 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Lee, Sidney Hardgrove, Sharon Gae, Bozeman Harding, Leonard D., Bridger Hardy, Cecelia R., Sidney Hargett, Overton, Menlo Park Hargrove, Delores J., Helena Harlan, William, Missoula Harlin, Robert F., Hardin Harlow, Ruth M., Thompson Falls Harper, Barbara, Jerome, Idaho Harris, Vondell, Billings Harris, Gayann, Gardiner Harris, Julia A., Helena Harvey, Harry, Sunburst Harwood, Charlotte, Chinook Haskin, Gary D., Glendive Haugan, Wallace J., Livingston Hauptstein, Antonie, Coffee Creek Hawks, Suzanne M., Great Falls Helterline, Dona, Plains Hennefford, Eugene, Choteau Hennen, Archie J., Sidney Henry, Kathleen R., Columbus Herman, Martin J., Plentywood Herrin, Mrs. Louise, Helena Hester, Loren A., Anaconda Hietala, Leroy, Belgrade Highland, Andy, Glendive Hill, Marlene A., Great Falls Hill, Virginia, Winnett Hindoien, Gary, Great Falls Hoefert, Lois, Polson Hofland, Dixie, Helena Hollenback, Donna, Billings Hookham, Louise, Emigrant Hopcus, Anita, Anaconda Hopcus, Patricia, Anaconda Houck, Arthur, Glendive Hovde, Nancy, Great Falls Hovland, Laura, Big Timber Howard, Thomas, Great Falls Hudson, Marie, Livingston Hughes, Iris, Choteau ,d if nfw AQ ' Q - !. , fi ff , ,QW 5 s ,V .. , W Q, it " wg g:-.. : 4' in WWE v V A. 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Johnson, Lynn, Billings Johnson, Olaf, Dooley Johnson, Theresa, Fort Benton Jones, Margaret, Hamilton Jones, Stanley, Bozeman Kaber, Lawrence, Whitefish Kalland, Marvin, Baker Kamhoot, Patricia, Forsyth Kanemasu, Richard, Vaughn Kansala, Rayno, Red Lodge ' Keene, Alan, Bozeman Keene, Betty, Billings Keil, Charlotte, Conrad Keil, Daniel, Ledger Keil, Don, Bozeman Keller, Phyllis, Bozeman Kelly, Robert, Roundup Kelly, Sharon, Butte Kercher, Gene, Great Falls Kessler, Barbara, Bozeman Keyes, Kenneth, Bozeman Kiefling, John, Sheridan Kimball, David, Hysham Kimball, James, Rollins King, Dorothy, Libby King, Jimmie, Whitefish Kirell, Kay, Willow Creek Kitchell, L. Dale, Coffee Creek Kleffner, Carol, Belt Kline, Catherine, Great Falls Klisis, George, Kalispell Knierim, Gay, Glasgow Knowles, Edward, Trident Knowlton, William, Butte Knudsen, Joseph, Fairview Koch, Eugene, Bridger Koch, Rawley, Billings Koenig, Carol, Kalispell Koerner, Janet, Roundup Koetter, Alfred, Great Falls Koford, Donald, Kalispell Konesky, Richard, Great Falls J '52 nm 'fm V, " x - ,J If r - QM 4. , '4r:3"' , 4 wzs. o 1-J 4-an 40' RW 'ai H' 1 , J . 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Lewellen, Mary, Lewistown Lewis, Gail, Bozeman Lindgren, Roy, Belgrade Lippert, Roger, Great Falls Livingston, Robert M., Moose Jaw, Canada Loaney, Anna Lee, Hardin Logan, Carole A., Creston Loveall, Lynn Eugene, Columbia Falls Lowell, Darryl H., Sheridan, Wyo Lowney, Lenus G., Butte Lyle, Robert W., Fort Benton Lynch, Billie M., Butte Maack, Sharon L., St. Xavier MacDonald, Donald R., Helena Maehl, Carl E., Philipsburg Magill, Karen, Glasgow Malcolm, Philip R., Livingston Malisani, Arthur J., Black Eagle Marshall, Gerald A., Hardin Martel Martin, Martin, Mathis 7 Waldemar, Baker David W., Deer Lodge Russell V., Miles City Jacquelyn G., Billings McAlpin, Alice A., Polson Matthews, Jimmie L., Billings McCabe, Patricia A., Great Falls McCracken, Ellen J., Ledger McGinnis, James W., Deer Lodge McGinnis, Mary, Glasgow McGrew, Jean A., Missoula McGregor, Karlee, Shelby Michale, Martin J. McKeever, Eugene R., Fort Benton McLees, Richard N., Manhattan J NO 'Y f V ,N 2 W x. J 4 J . .4avv, i , 'IZ' Q 1 ,. ., .4 ,Q . 'J ' af' -Q , . I! J!! M 1'-dl!ff F ,gf 4' T 2 ,,1, . W 54 .A-,Qs 'Yi I HX 5 56' ,Q 4. gy ,... X A final if 91' S' X I X5 'ig' S tif Ja f Xl 1. wifi 2 it S ,,.,4f'QQ. 'W' , 4 f I .. -cg i" ,fa ,..- A H , pf 7 SQ ,ff WF? TH f 1 . 145 Class of 1960 I : A ff .fi 1- ? J 'QQ McMichael, Jon D., Paradise McMillan, Thomas E., Lewistown McPhee, Judith A., Malta Meadows, Marzee L., American Falls, Idaho Mehling, Beverly A., Hardin Mell, Norman M., Ross, N. D. Mellinger, George L., Fort Shaw Mendel, Mary J., Winifred Metcalff, Margaret L., Lodge Grass Mikkelson, Murnell, Anaconda Miller, DeeVon, Big Timber Miller, Donna Ann, Billings Miller, Helen E., Stevensville Miller, J ack K., Butte Miller, Phyllis, Townsend Miller, Robert, Silver Star Mills, George, Ansley Minshall, Gerry, Billings Moe, Roberta, Helena Molendyk, Hermena, Manhattan Moore, Donald, Conrad Moore, Mary Dell, Belgrade Moos, Richard, Billings Morgan, Rahna, Dickinson, N. D. Morrow, Theodore, Maudlow Morton, Carol, Kalispell Morton, Julia, Great Falls Mosser, Mary, Stanford Mulkins, Sharril, Fort Benton Murphy, Geraldine, Anaconda Murphy, Nancy, Livingston Murphy, Patricia, Caldwell, Idaho Murray, Barbara, Reserve Myrhow, Patricia, Cut Bank Nash, John, Bozeman Nauman, Virginia, Fort Shaw Nelson, Bruce, Roundup Nelson, Helen, Big Timber Ness, Russell, Billings Newkirk, Jean, Maywood, Ill. Newman, Ida, Wolf Point Nicely, Norma, Anaconda Nicholes, James, Deer Lodge Nolde, Harold, Great Falls Noteboom, Donald, Fairview Noyes, Ann, Albuquerque, N. M. Noyes, Caryl, Conrad O'Boyle, Lorraine, Kalispell O'Brien, Marion, Oakland, Calif. O'Brien, Patricia, Glasgow Odell, Larry, Lewistown O'Hare, Everett, Kalispell O'Leyar, Rosemary, Great Falls Olson, John, Philipsburg Olson, Thomas, Glendive Orr, Richard, Great Falls Osier, Richard, Butte Ostenson, Desta, Miles City Ott, Sandra, Denton Owen, Donald, St. Ignatius La " if 1 W ,,.,,., ar I 1 if v-,M -f 1 7 Q a 0 1. ,na 9 M34 Q I i ga svzz "ff , 'it f 1 1 MZK . , 1 . '- -x l lzrfr J x .'f2EI1-' 1 P f , W . fy, 1 ,33 4 ., Q .1 ,--- , - ,ly Q' ' I 1 .,,, Z' if lg ,.,, ,.', r . b , 4' Zag J I ' 1'1' ' IL ,,,, ,QS Gi f 1 . 'X ':', ff 4' N ,Q ' an 'Q is ,w i 2 if Y 'mi K Ii- 2 WP ings 5-uv 'If lf sa I f , 7 .ff li f 2 'A' L. h J "Ch -as """? -v' 'U .rw-'xv ,al 1 g 'K lg .:l f. . . 1 R Sai' -5 S Qi' l. V V XV V . X ' : girl . X f 14.9. "" S An rg" '11 sz-7 V f . F Q, V 4 , ax ." . 1.42 V ,,..g- Q, if 14, , " X Q , gag ,ji ' v ' f- af f v - R , ' 1 . 14 ,, ' ,, Q, "" , F ' ,ggy ,5 9? R ,, - fr V ik my . VVMV V , ,. , M X Nj is "'V Q V N. 3 ' .A,' H " A 4 - a F' if , - 1 fi' 5 , f i, , ,E 3. FRESH Pacovsky, Patricia, Bozeman Paige, Kathaleen, Twin Bridges Papke, Hazel, Bozeman Parke, Elmira, Bozeman Parker, Sharon, Livingston Parkins, John, Denver, Colo. Parriera, Lionel, Tracy, Calif. Parsons, Neil, Browning Payne, Marlene, St. Ignatius Pearson, Betty, Mildred Pedersen, Marla, Billings Perciavalle, Rocco, Leetsdale, Penn. Perga, Martin, Butte Petersen, Robert, Dillon Peterson, Janine, Butte Peterson, Robert, Helena Pihlaja, Larry, Boyd Pitsch, Douglas, Garryowen Pizzini, Eugene, Black Eagle Polette, Douglas, Floweree Poppie, Wilford, Hamilton Porter, Glenn, Helena Porter, Jerry, Bozeman Pospisil, George, Moore Potts, Dorothy, Custer Pound, William, Judith Gap Poynter, Priscilla, Cut Bank Pugsley, Robert, Chester Purcell, Ann K., Billings Quammen, Merle Ann, Deer Lodge . Quanbeck, James, Shepherd Ramsay, Frances, Miles City Randall, Marian, Belgrade Rasmussen, Stanley, Wisdom Rauch, William, Elmhurst, Ill. Raunig, Shirley, Great Falls Rausch, Betty, Choteau Rawls, Venis, Helena Redekopp, Benn, Lustre Redman, Barbara, Sheridan Reed, Janet, Butte Reinart, Walter, Glendive Reimche, Gordon, Nashua Remely, Audrey, Polaris Remsh, Janice, Great Falls Rettig, Kim, Fort Benton Rhind, Marjorie, Cut Bank Rivenes, Sue, Miles City Roark, Sherlene, Livingston Roatch, Edward, White Sulphur Springs Roberts, Lorraine, Three Forks Rohrdanz, Vaughn, Bozeman Rohrer, Dorothy, Glasgow Rohrer, Duane, Chinook Ross, James, Chinook Rossmiller, Donald, Dutton Rowe, Duane, Conrad Rudolph, Thomas, Circle Rumans, Linda, Twin Bridges Russell, Gary, Butte S?" 4 is ht Qs , 1 U 1 FJ if Q N f ,,.. , A Dj I f ps as an A ' 'AP' Z 'ef' O MN, ,. Y? K NYY- .xa f 1 1 Q ' Ni 5' .1 Y x XX ' 1 . in ,c V 1, t MZ? ,, V13 ' '-dw ,M V' 1 if ' F " -4 5 T we .,-' ,A ,Az 1: ZLL 9 4 5, H I M ww , 4 W, it L, Adv , , , I V - ,',.5,. It ,- 2, r W W Wag. --df wad v 9 vw' J 2 4? Q Emfftygmag Ee c ,ru-lj i L.. -8 'IJ' f f X . .. ,.Vl I qbl. I V' ,,,y U ,k i ll. Q I 'lli ':v' - M Q 1 r , J exft, fr ,Q V st Var, '.,, . 149 Class of 1960 ,- .QU -iff? Sagin, Virginia, Butte Saito, George, Dillon Salomon, Irvin, Ronan Samuels, Adona, Helena Sandberg, Ann, Bozeman Sanderson, Sally, Great Falls Sasse, Oliver, Clyde Park Schauer, Robert, Simms Scherer, Roland, Bozeman Schlechten, Paul, Bozeman Schneekloth, Mary, Flaxville Schneekloth, Robert, Redstone Schneider, Janice, Townsend Schoen, Janice, Hardin Schow, Willard, Sidney Schroeder, Edwin, Helena Schwartz, Allen, Fairfield Severson, Kenneth, Garrett, Ind. Sewell, Marshall, Elko, Nev. Sherman, Lucinda, Carthage, N.Y. Sherwood, Olaf, Fishtail Shope, Jane, Helena Siemion, Stephen, Roundup Sipes, J acqualin, Billings Skillen, Andrew, Sidney Skoog, Karleen, Bozeman Skor, Sharon, Helena Sloan, David, Hardin Smith, Calvin, Bozeman Smith, Carol E., Great Falls , ,..1l Smith, Carol M., Great Falls Smith, Jane E., Belgrade Smith, Lilly, Big Timber Smith, Martha, Twin Bridges Smith, Merry, Livingston Smith, Rex, Townsend Smith, William W., Missoula Snyder, Lowell, Antelope Snyder, Ray, Calgary, Canada Snypp, Jane, Columbus, Ohio Sohl, Gary, Great Falls Sohl, Georgia, Great Falls Sorenson, Theodore, Tomall, Wis. Sowle, Marilyn, Bozeman Spoelstra, Edward, Manhattan Spring, Clifford, Kalispell Stanisich, Diana, Butte Steensland, Florence, Big Timber Stenslie, Elaine, Wolf Point Stenslie, Rodney, Hamilton Stilson, Betty, Lewistown Stimpson, Cora Lee, Absarokee Stradley, David, Belgrade Strang, Betty, Gallatin Gateway Stratton, James, Bozeman Strommen, Edwin, Anaconda Strother, James, Baker Stuart, Charles, Cut Bank Stubban, John, Medicine Lake Sullivan, Gary, Great Falls Q 'D' 'EGF 3 Jeff, ta, Q-Q .- ' if . ff' km 'T n Qin' , 7... 1 Y sf-it rw 45 Law xv-Q 4 4? A Q-"2 x ,Q ,4.,', . . ,.,.r,,5v I A f .. Yg , 1 . ., we 'YQ T7 , s' if wi' in ..4fS'i M, iii--fi' ., Pt., h . 1, -X f g ffff V ,gy ,-iAv..,A f':'T??:f3f f 4 3' 5" '.T"'fZff Elf-Lal? v-f O Sullivan, Lelia, Helena Svoboda, Joseph, Fort Benton Swartz, Ernest, Helena Syme, Adrienne, Plentywood Tallman, Meredith, Bozeman Taylor, Charles, Moore Taylor, Vern, Rock Springs Tennant, Shirley, Terry Thompson, Joy, Cut Bank Tidball, Dora Lou, Whitehall Todd, Gene, Belgrade Towner, Douglas, Fort Benton Tripp, Thomas, Butte Tucker, Margaret, Great Falls Turck, Ke-ith, Crow Agency Turley, Francis, Musselshell Twilde, Jan, Billings Ueland, Ronald, Antelope Upham, Robert, Polson Valach, Helen, Lewistown Van Hee, LeRoy, Missoula VanVoast, Henry, Geraldine Vaughn, Mary, Laurel Vaught, Marilyn, Three Forks Vermillion, Victor, Ennis Veseth, Robert, Malta Violette, James, Polson Vitt, Faith, Sidney Vogl, Glenn, Lewistown Vollmer, William, Helena Vorell, Carol, Bozeman Wagner, Barbara, Castro Valley, Calif. Waldo, Theodore, Sidney Wallace, Molly, Joliet Wandke, Robert, Great Falls Ward, Joan, Whitehall Watts, Robert, Miles City Weed, Thomas, Clyde Park Weidenaar, Robert, Casper, Wyo Weimer, Charlie, Belfry Welch, Joan Lee, Cowley, Wyo. Welch, Joan, Great Falls Weller, Janet, Kalispell Wellington, Barbara, No. Dakota Wells, Lawrence, Billings Welton, Dennis, Dixon Wenzel, Marjorie, Great Falls Westlake, Kay, Bozeman Whitmore, Darlene, Conrad Whitney, Granger, Helena Wille, Baan, Jordan Williams, Kathryn, Miles City Wilson, Archie Lee, St. Xavier Wilson, Calvin, Fort Peck Wilson, Carol, Bozeman Wilson, Karen, Helena Wiman, Roy, Bozeman Winiecki, Kathryn, Butte Wisroth, Carl, Pine Bluffs, Wyo. Wood, Kay, Volberg Wood, Jeanne, Stacey Woods, Charles, Great Falls Woodcock, Louis B., Shonkin Wright, Harry, Absarokee Yamamoto, George, Pearl City, Hawaii Yates, Margo, Red Lodge Youngquist, Marilyn, Circle Zier, Shirley, Choteau Zimmerman, Charles, Butte Zundow, Helen, Great Falls NUR ING +1 me 4 1+ if ,K 1+ 4 ak .gg 41 'T' 'K 11171 I A T rl 11 wc' lzcc fur. lf zl if IS noi In illlllil' lifv 10.9.9 cliffirull 7X,T f -1 1 j 'FQ HH I UI! G. ELIQT EDIT J if TH M57 IWIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIf naqaonaaoaaoaoaaaoolaol.4:4oaaaaaocooaaona.-444 OLD TIMES Hamilton Hall built in 1910. 5 . 5 ' Q Q 5 5 5 Q Q - s Visitors day s at MSC. F ooiball game in the 30's. Q - I I I I I I Y I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I o mm MIM .,. .J fx T' I The Montana Deaconess Hospita1's chapter of Alpha Tau Delta at Great Falls. bp--and Nurses often practice in the Warm Springs Hospital at the State Mental Institution. XM W The Alpha Tau Delta from the Butte Memorial Hospital. 2 E I 1 I 1 1 ! E X ,.l,..-.... ,, f ' :isps Symbolizing the W f ,ffva-X " ...mf nursing profession. 1 22:1 . Y -A--.-.... 5 Rf x lx I Marguerite Askew Carol Burbank Bobbie Lou Dirksen Diana Kipe Carol Kohls t , Dorothy Jean Baron Jean Buchanan Berthelote Margaret Bertholf Barbara Breshahan Bohnet Sharon Byrne Ivan Codd Nancy Jo Czirr Janice DeMa-rtin Valeria Handley Anna Marie Hertz Claire Jackson Eleanor Jewell Marlene Kirby Lois Landis l 158 The student nurses complete their basic nat- ural, physical, and social sciences on the MSC campus and then begin their training in one of the three major hospitals-Billings Deaconess, Butte Community Memorial, or Montana Dea- coness Hospital in Great Falls. Other than these three general hospitals there is the Montana State Hospital in Warm Springs Where students go on affiliation. A new group of students enter the three hos- pitals every March and September. Although the student nurses are away from the campus they are still a part of the MSC stu- dent body. Butte Community Memorial Hospital Christine Lynde Marlene McDonald Carol McKenzie Carol McMahon Georgia A. McQueary Rahna Morgan Joyce E. Naranche Sandra Shaffer Ercelly Soriano Sandra Stevens Donna Stewart Zaide Tuxill Barbara Tysdal Vickie Vick Ellen Jane Weingart Bonnie Wemple Sandra Enevoldsen Wilkins Sandra Wineinger ,M-in, 'FW if-we 4 5 3 1 Joan V. Anderson Hazel Lucille Fare Marjorie Hart Adelia Leffingwell Doris Nelson Ramona Bacon Clara Ferguson Beverly Heftie Darlene Joy McCauley Phyllis Nelson BILLI Mary Lou Barz Mary Louise Fowler Sarah Ann Hickey Eloise M, McLauchlin Joan Nigro Maxine Black Marilyn Crowe Dorothy Dunes Carolee Garrison Gayna Ann Garton Barbara Hanson Vera Dorine Holland Gayle E. Jenkins Gladys JoAnn Krum Janet Milek Mary Lou Mo-sbaugh Coral Jean Nelson JoAnne Johnston Parris Alice W. Peckham Hazel C. Peterson ra X I All nursing students corn- plete at least two quarters on campus hefore entering one of the three hospitals for training which furthers their nursing career, Some students continue on suin- mer quarter for four quar- ters at MSC before enter- ing a hospital division. When their hospital train- ing is finished these stu- x 1 J ' Od'- 4 S . f 5 swf if lf . -, Q f ' ' X 5' ll Billings Deaconess Hospital dents usually come hack their senior year for another year hefore they receive their degree. In Working for their degree, they take advanced theory courses in Ward instruction, Ward admin- istration, education, and electives in their special field of interest. Mary Peterson Marlene M. Pitsch Nellie Pitts Elsie Robertson Helen Sargent Ardeth Smith Joyce Arlene Topp Shirley Viall Margaret Weaver ht,-f Carmen Pondelick Kaye L. Staiaer Dorothy Wohler I . Z Ida Ranclash Lynette Reagan Emma L. Steele Marjorie Stromme Gail Coleman Wrzeshski l ,i ifp is '-din? .-,gqgaallli ' Y GRE T FALL Larean Arneson Patricia Bakken Carolyn Barth Edna Bellach M. Frances Clark Paula Cook Claire Volk Co-pley Lucretia Cornwell Linnie Faye Cowan Betty Lou David Miriam Ehresmlann Esther Elliott Barbara Irene Everett Joyce Ferree Winlfred Foss Anna Freler Mary Greenwood Lois Rae Hanson Mary Harris Joyann Heer Joyce L. Hess Ruth Hoversland Angela James Carole Maffit Kellogg Joyce La,Cha,mb-re Lillian Ledvina Jaquelyn Matchett Beverly Jean Mayer Connie McCafferty Sharon McGowan Marlene McPherson Mildred Mergenthaler Carol Molvig Patricia Mundale Loretta Owsley is 'X thing-X X rm W x , .lik 162 X 4 , Q -.1 1 R 1 V R.. ' 4 l sw lx '-Q. 1 4 .ea X.. w, N, X l ' X S, l N.. - x, l Harriette Winfrey Donna E Wisner Judith Woodward Myrna Wright X l r fi Qi, , . ,X P A4 ,aa V ' 'el x gg. A at ' ,As g Ly l 1 1 MICK Mr l Na , X , it .X 4 Patsy Polson Rosann Anderson Darlene Shirley Margaret Sparks Violet Suta Russotta Barbara Trout Donna Trovatten Doris Trovatten Jean Tyler Gertrude Van Dyken Margaret Van Dyken Delores Waisath Louise Wanken Jane K. Welsh Kay Williamson When a student nurse Completes her train- ing at one of the three hospitals she is honored at a very impressive pinning Ceremony. At this Ceremony the student receives a diploma and a pin, which signifies that she is now a full fledged Registered Nurse. Montana State College graduate nurses are found in communities throughout Montana, in other states, and some go into nursing in the armed forces. Nurses serve in positions from the hard Working bedside nurse to holding posi- tions of supervisors and hospital administrators. The nurses Work hard, long hours but all agree the rewards are great. Moniana Deaconess Hospital THLETIC COMPETITION HIUICC-S' progress HIC path fo succcms. -P. J. COLLINS 1 'A' TH 1997 957 FDITIUN 9999999999999999999999999 9999999999 gaooaalollnololaluQanaoaloalo4 0991 9 - 9 9 9 I 9 I om: TIMES f , - Q Gymnasium - 1928 Girls Swimming Team - 1930 fi P4 MWWWW' Basketball Team in 1927 Q , I I 9 9 9 9 I 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 I p 1' 9999999999999999999999999999999 99999999999999'51 ' """"""'l'FlIluuno.- Y ,. -. U 1-L'-' W I ..' Q Alt prepares to hand off to Edwards on an end run against Western State. FOGT BALL - 1956 Head Coach Tony Storti powered the Bobcats through their greatest year. The Montana State College football team showed fine form this season in becoming the first in the school,s history to complete a full season with an unblemished record. The only other Bobcat team to win all its games was the 1899 club. It won all three of its games. A highlight of the football season was a 33-16 conquest of Montana State University, the first MSC victory at Missoula since 1902. Coach Tony Stortiis 1956 Bobcats, with a powerful line paving the way, averaged five touchdowns a game on 312 points for a 34 plus game average. They gave up 74 points, about 8 per contest. The Bobcats won the Rocky Mountain Conference and were invited to play St. Io- seph,s College of Indiana at the aAluminum Bowlv in Little Rock, Arkansas. This game was to decide the Champion of the N.A.1.A. On a muddy, rain-soaked field a near ca- pacity crowd saw MSC and St. Ioseplfs College play to a 0-0 tie. -Bobcats making the all-conference were tackles Ed Ritt and Ron Warzeka, center Sonny Holland, quarterback Dave Alt, and fullback Don Edwards. -v I Q.....f3'h '-Firma. my , Row 1, L, to R.: Frank Landon. Neal Egan, Bob Black, Don Edwards, Row 5: Rocco Perciavalle, Bob Rudio, Charley Jackson, Mike Enea, Ron Warzeka, Jim Posewitz, Herb Roberts, Ed Ritt, Hal Walker. Jim McLeod, Gary Dusenvberry. Rex Workman, Jo-hn Kinker, Walt Row 2: Cecil Hent, Jim Stevens, Del Layman, Darrell Hueth, Greg Schmidt' G9-Ty DPIVIBS- Dufek. Glenn Flatt, Ron Harcharik, Loren Sax. Row 6: Ace Cacciatore, Cal Lorah, Buddy James, Dave Alt, Dick Dyson, Row 3: Lou Blitz, Bob Jenkins, Al Stowell, Dick Cone, Don Delande, Sonny Holland- Blu Mack, Jack Rada- George Marinkovich, Jim Landon, Tex Cannon, Phil Whitner. Back Row: Coaches Joe Berry, Herb Agocs, Gene Bourdet, Tony Storti, Row 4: Ed Burns, chuck Dallum, Phil Kirk. Dick Posewitz, Arjay and Keith BOWGH, equipment man John Woftman- Wainef Mar" Godston, Gene Beekman, Tom Hier, Bob Grine, Brad Lovell, Bob Shall Cook- Surdam, MSC ..e......... 33-14 ..... ...,. S outh Dakota State MSC. ,.,. ,,.., 2 6-6 ......, ...., I daho State MSC eee. . .... 33-13 ..... ..... N ortli Dakota University MSC ...,. ...,. 2 S-13 ............ WGStG1'11 Colorado MSC ..... .... I 30-14 ..... ..... C olorado College MSC .,... ..... 3 3-13 ............ M.S.U. MSC ,,.......... 62-0 ...,. ..,.... C oloraclo Mines MSC ,.r., ..... 5 4-O ,....,. ..... W liitworth MSC .rr.. .... 1 3-O ..... ..... C olorado State MSC ..o.. .,... 0 -0 ....... ..... S t. joseplfs Gene Bourdei, Backfield coach Joe Berry, Line coach Herb Agocs, End coach The cheerleaders lead the snake dance down Willson to Main Street on the eve of the Homecoming game. n 1 B THE AL MINUM BOWL Despite the mud and rain the cheerleaders Both teams fought with desperation for one big carried on in fine style. break but none came. Below: The Bobcat Band presented a very Below: The rain held back some of the crowd impressive half-time program. but the spirits remained high! S .- ..v .AUM 6 rant -1' TO 2 wa 'J fx- . .. -ge- A 'S' fi. vm if Tk - Herb Roberts, Left Guard Senior Sonny Holland, Center Freshman Charles Jackson, Right Guard Senior Ron Warzeka, Right Tackle Senior Bob Black. R1ght End Senior 4 rd. X, ini uma. Jim Posewiiz, Left End Senior Ed Ritt, Left Tackle Senior Dave Alt, Quarterback Freshman X: p 5 wif QIQRQQI, Neem, :S X KL - mcg V- 14 ... 'aw' .I - A g '-- -xi W . .- ,..::s V ' . Mg.- rswl, .,,- .3 2 A , f f of EQ - ,ff 5 o n Q o ' Q ' no n' , George Marinkovich, Right Half Junior Frank Landon. Left Half Senior Cecil Kent, Guard Junior -xy ark X ,,-ig NN N 'xi' bw? A "" ,, ' ' . . 4 . I 'C-X "3-4 N -- we -L V Y -- P-4 ' ,, A ' if .,, Y Q 4 4 if-.A Y 5 . .rw ,, :QU My ,V , fs ', , v., is vlrf-" .,A.-, 54,,.-ef, M" , X ,-1 ,X , f- L if L 35,1 M JF " ffl' , fi 'W .. Q N 'vt ' 'P Q M W 'MM 9W"' M as of-as M ' af 172. Ritt and Warzeka hoist Coach Storti on their shoulders after romping over MSU, 33-13. Goal posts were hoisted too. My Fqgfyf f Q ,M j pp I . . Sax hands oft to Marinko- vich in the shadow of the new athletic center. 5- M 39211 Sax displays some fancy foot work against Idaho State. ' "':H .E .ln . .fix f X J X ' , y li gg? , x , M My 7 " , " Q 'Qtr' N ' , , A o . U: 'A ts' J 4' g ,R J SF" . E .Q xf l -n-L Landon breaks through the Colorado line following excellent blocking. . A K . I 3' gf. nw ,. . .W . , wx -' ' lv' .v . i Q, .mf H . f , f Q- ' 'Q , ' Q, :.,, w if 4 M, ' v 2, . ,VN , . , 1. vga, ,,,m,,y,5. -.3 s., 'L'5'-. V, - ing x .,-215 e,,..:,, W .z K. K.. xhl -w -in 45, ix g flu my -rg I v-A K0 74 oft".--R rise . s , ' . . Q M, fmvww A I -sg V ' .3 The first game in the new athletic center saw Idaho State defeat the Bobcats 92-81 KETB LL - 1957 Head Coach, Dobbie Lambert Assistant Coach, Bob Rousey fi? f wslkw Dohhie Lamhertls crew Wound up the season with a smashing 88-71 Win over our cross - country rivals, the Grizzlies. The Bobcats had a fine season this year, taking 3rd in the conference with a 5-4 record. They Wound up the season with an overall record of 13 Wins and 12 losses. The Bobcats are a young squad and should really go places next year. The switch from the old gym Was made and for the first time in years there was seating for as many as wished it. Z. 'T' f u 'A Iyer ,J wigs 45. ...Md 44 1 Jerry Hicks, ISC forward, and Jim Kelly have their minds set on getting the rebound. It must be up there someplace. Tilley and Kelly cover while McQui:tty and Butcher look on. EE? STA" ,QETMQ . - WI? Digg' STATE WP' . ' g 175 Larry Chanay Forward Sophomore Bill McQuitiy I Forward Sophomore MSC ....,..,., ,,.,,,,, 5 6-63 ,..,,.., ........, U tah U. MSC .......,., ,,,..,., 7 I-80 ,,,,,,,, ,........ I daho U. MSC .......... ...,..,. 7 4-72 ....,,.. .....,... C onzaga U. MSC ......... ,,.,, , H79-86 .,...... .,,,...... C onzaga U. MSC ......... ..,...... I 00-83 ........ .......,.. U tah State MSC ...,...., ........ 7 3-78 ...,.... ......... U tah State MSC ........ 72-89 ........ .......... M aryland U. MSC ........,..,................ 75-71 ........ .......... C eorgetown MSC .................,.......,.. 90-73 ............................ Iona QN. YQ 5th place in Kentucky All-American Tourney MSC ................4........ M84-64 .................,.......... Colo. Mines MSC ......... ........ 9 8-82 ........ .......... C olo. Mines MSC ......... ........ 8 1-92 ........ .......... I SC Jim Kelly Center Sophomore Jim Butcher Guard Sophomore Jack Tilley Guard Freshman Andy Matson Forward Senior Bob Patchett Forward Junior MSC ........ MSC ..r..... MSC ........ MSC ...,.... MSC ........ MSC .,.,.... MSC ........ MSC ........ MSC ..,..... MSC ........ MSC ...,.... MSC ........ MSC ........ A1 Harris Guard Freshman Buck Gausiad Guard Sophomore 59-68 ........ ....... 91-57 ........ ....... 87-71 45-60 ........ ....... -1 86-57 .,,..... ....... 61-71 8 1-83 97-73 70-82 77-84 ........ ,.,,,,, 81-76 95-92 88-71 I S-9 ISC Colo. State Colo. State MSU Wester11 Colo. VVestern Colo Adams State Adams State ISC ISC VVhitworth Whitworth M S U Leon Broz Center Freshman C3 Q' I Yi Y Nz Kia K WTA ..- 1 xt R., X rv I ' X W - J '- ' :: X Xe K j x Sf E 5 f fi as f v y 5 x wx' ,, fa. ,. . R Mani CHEERLEADERS Row 1, L. to R.: Phyllis Keller, Pat Kamhoot, Shirley Armstrong, Rose Applegate. Row 2: Kay Conover, Val Lehrkind, Sharon Boe, Dawn Rhine. BASKETBALL Row 1, L. to R.: Don Byers, Al Harris, Jim Butcher, Jack Tilley, Buck Gaustad, Andy Matson, Bob Rousey. Row 2: Dobbie Lambert, Larry Chanay, Len Broz, Bob Patchett, Jim Kelly, Bill MCQuitty. ggxiii' , '.lpC .QZL Harris drives in and lays up a high one ag 1956-57 ainst MSU. ...ow . "' ...b K Q I - Q.: lx, M ' .' '-.5 -. ,. ..- Chanay rolls it over the rim against Colorado State. Matson shoots a free-throw during the MSU game. The red-hot Cats ran over the "Poor Grizz1ies" 88-71. S TAM AT? 179 1 . L 12' 1. N' S. A N f X' 1 as A . -' . Q V' .sy qw we A Gxf' - ' NA A f . if f . - . I N, 3 5 . -1 .X J' ? 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A smooth working Bobkitten team finished their 1956 season undefeated in three games. The Kittens opened their season with an impressive victory over West- ern Montana College at Dillon. The next week they were triumphant over Northwest Community College of Pow- ell, Wyoming. The MSC Kittens then finished their season undefeated by spoiling the Northwest Community Col- lege Homecoming at Powell, Wyoming. Next season the freshmen are inelig- ible to play on the varsity due to a con- ference ruling. Because of this ruling they will probably have a bigger and better schedule to give the players the experience they will need. FOOTBALL Gary Davies fakes a hand off in a practice session on Gatton Field. 180 1 The junior varsity squad, while con- cerned mainly with helping the fresh- men make the transition from high school to college ball, still came up with a 7-7 season mark. Bob Rousey,s club averaged 63.6 points per game to 59.4 for opponents. Next season the freshmen cannot play on the varsity squad. This will give the I.V. team more strength and they are looking forward to a fine sea- son next year. Reaching for the moon in an inter-squad scrimmage BA KETBALL Row 1, L. to R.: Bill Epperly, Jerry Christie, Don Byers, Gene Rach, Tom Monaghan. Row 2: Dobbie Lambert, Bob Ogren, Bill Richardson, Lee Kenny, Ken Severson. YKJ3M Row 1, L. to R.: Don Byers, Bob Pratt, Gordon Rafdal, Sam Hunt, Tom Doman, Bill Haslip, Dick Adier, Art Mccrea, Dave Pirker. a qVo"'q: Row 2: Lowell Lattig, Marty Glynn, Keith Strandberg, Andy 1 "" ' ,a if Q Q Matson, Jerry Haslip, Bob Anderson, Joe Redfield, Ed Herbert, M Two one-run losses wound up the 1956 season for the Cats as they ,, 1 - - .. ' ,. ,Jai dropped a doubleheader to the Grizzlies. . - . . . -- zfr The first trip was to the Spokane area, the results Went like this: one of fha main pitchers' Keith strandberg EWCE 10-5 MSC, MSC 8-4 VVhitWO1'tl1, Wllitvkforth 3-1 MSC, MSC 9-5 Below: Ari McRae. Captain, and Most Gonzaga, and Gonzaga 6-0 MSC. Valuable P1aYe1" Back in Montana the team, coached by Dale Digerness, took a 15-8 and 17-10 doubleheader from Eastern. MSC took 4-3 and 1-0 games from ISC and lost 10-2 in the final game. Things reversed in Bozeman. The Cats took the opener 5-1, this being the last victory of the year. The season record ended up at seven wins and ten losses. PITCHERS, L. to R. Lowell Lattig, Keith Strand- CATCHERS, L. to R.: Tom Knapp, Gordon Rafdal, berg, Joe Redfield, Andy Matson, Dick Adler. Bob Pratt. 1 . " A .3 ...... l 5 l 1 X 1 - . 3 2 E . s 1 5 182 r , l Torn Knapp, Coach Dale Digerness. J 1 Roger Hankins Don Patterson 'L ""-- .-'fri ' Q . ' W- 2 rZ.Q.1'215 Q A 4 g X l 4 A A x , . Wy, E' by 3 ' 1 at sebuua ?g 2 YQ and Allen P! l f V I V,,e ,. .. A . . 'v I "fear, 32" ., , f'f.f" WH, 'T ' W ' v . , , :err-, "NW 'haf' . ' 41 -i " K X, , .,,. w... . .4 . Mtn 1-123, , ws... r 11- "L f Q Row 1, L. to R.: Buck Gaustad, Roger Hankins, Max Cebulla, Don Patterson, Jim Boggs, Doug Allen. Row 2: Dan Hames, Lloyd Clark, Dean Tavenner, Curt Das- sonville, Bob Woodmansey, Brick Breeden-Coach. TRACK The second RMC Meet held on the MSC campus climaxed a season in which Bobcat trackmen made their best showing in six years. Patterson Wound Sup a track career at MSC in which he never failed to place in any event he entered through four years of competition. Gaustad jumped six feet three inches to set a new MSC high jump record. He later Won the Montana AAU high jump title with a six foot two jump. These plus a fourth in the S80 by Curt Dassonville, a fifth in the pole vaule by Roger Hankins and a fifth in the 220 by jim Boggs, put MSC third, behind ISC and runnerup YVestern State. The next contest saw MSC defeat Colorado in a dual meet. In the traditional meet with MSU the Bobcats improved on their showing in recent years but still fell to defeat. Curt Dassonville Buck Gausiad and Coach Brick Breeden. 3 rf, V. gi -' 183 sk. - 4. lffirwifyg 2 W5 S. i v 1 1 I x..., Row 1, L. to R.: Leroy Gilbertson, Bob Mitchell, Ray Wiman, Ace Cacciatore. Row 2: Bill LeCount, Doug Polette, Buddy James, Don Delande, Doug Hunter. Row 3: Kim Miller, Darrell Rohrdanz, Gene Beekman, Blake Zinnecker. RE TLI The Bobcat Wrestlers had a fine season With a record of five Wins and one loss, the best dual meet record for MSC yet. They decided not to enter the conference meet but they have a very fine picture carrying over for next year. The grapplers lose only two seniors off the roster due to graduation. The Wrestling team has been improving to a great extent over the last few years and they should really go places next season. , Coach Keith Bowen A "friendly" practice match. stretching neck muscles. 1 . ,,, Asa , , .,.3 if Ni 184 1 ,, ,lllgcfwfg .J .a .,. t , ffl' 1 . u ' H. A 'va K, Y z laik.. ,,, :W V . dwg . M N T' . ' ik. A r' ,, A, . , . Q Row 1. L. to R.: George lVlcCrea, Leo Oslournsen, Gay Lasher, Lloyd Ballard, Ford Johnson, Bill Smith, Bert Rice. Row 2: Francis Turly, David Alt, Dick Hults, Bill Poppoe, Larry Johns, Ben Lamb, Sonny Holland, Chandler Newhall. BOXIN This year an intermural boxing tournament Was held to create interest in this spoit again at MSC. Seven champions were crowned at the climax of a two-day show. Sonny Hol- land, Francis Turley, Dick Hults, Dave Alt, Ford Johnson, Larry VVirth and Tiny Cawlfield received trophies in the post-tournament ceremonies. The MSC Athletic Department is putting on a drive to make boxing a major sport on our campus as it Was betore the War. Ready. Aim ..... . . . and all heck breaks loose. S5 N-.3 . iw ,Eli 1, was ss , Q rlxgqygszus sv THE SKI TEAM Row 1, L. to R.: Roger Wales, William Colman. Row 2: Bob Beck, Dave Stevens, Thomas Grigg. Not Pictured: Gary Effinger, Ray Sperry, Dag Hauge. SKIING The ski tow on Bridger hill is one of the busiest spots in Gallatin Valley, cars piled in below and people scattered all over the snowy slopes, provide the setting for the most popular outside Winter sport. ,vig www - Skiing has long been a popular winter sport on the MSC campus. Classes in skiing are filled every Winter quarter and many venture the slopes as self taught enthusiasts. The thrill of coming down Bridger Mountain on a clear, cool day with the Wind whistling past your ears and the tall green pines roar- ing their approval, will long last in the minds of skiiers at MSC. The element of chance is present and offers a challenge to those Whose brave hearts and foolish minds urge them to new heights of carelessness and plaster casts. The Ski Team, coached by Bob Beck, competed in the Pacific North West Confer- ence this past Winter and did very Well against stiff competition offered by the other schools in the conference which includes Canadian schools also. They traveled to two meets in Canada and one in Washing- ton and placed every time. neva The tow makes it possible to get to the top in time to come down again. There are several ways to get down a hill on skiis. V W L 'wa . HRX N Was?" W, vim ff? A , , pw 'X X 1 A A vs: --:fl '- wa. ' fx it X i X. 1 Q N T X 9 ll x X Lf, ss 'V 5 . 3 f 5? 4 'fr 1 W tif ' VA I N y ,... , , - SX!Jn3,g X -2521 221 . k ' hi aeh..n KM? M -N '-j rf: S2 Row 1 L to R Bill Nauman Karen Vischer Judy Neubert, Bill Skelton. Row 2 Bob Delp George Brock Bill Loney Doug Plummer. RGDEO TEAM This group competes in rodeos all over the Western states. THE DOLPHINS The Dolphins is the Wom- en,s swimming group which presents a program of drills and acts for the public each year. Skill and confidence in swimming are displayed by this talented group of mermaids. L. to R., in: Diane Commings, Dawn Rhine. Out: Adrienne Syme, Rae Rucker. The Womens sports, although not often open for spectators, are carried on quite regularly all during the year. The Woineiis Athletic Association is the central organization of girls interested in sports and physical education. Bas- kethall, softhall, swimming, howling and most any of the less rugged sports are included in the program. Some- times the term less rugged could mean pretty rough when action hits a fast tempo. The supervision of these activities fall on the shoulders of the VVomen7s Physical Education Department. If she was four feet taller Kelly would have some stiff competition. EN 'S SPORTS Miss Lucille Clydesdale Lucille Clydesdale, Marga Hoseaus, Dorothy Kennemer . ,ti ,V if , . I! l "' ri. i ' Qiligiw, E ii- 4.53 . 1 5-at i .-41 189 Sonja Larson shoots a jump shot during a game in the girls' gym, located on the west end of the old gym. The women's teams play regular schedules and have play-offs to decide the win- ner in that division. Com- petition runs keen and many close games enter in. The pattern of the girls' in- tramural program is basical- ly the same as that ot the men's. Rules are different. especially in basketball. but teamwork and ability are still the foundation. Basketball ,, xx 4 'Y ' ,ii 1 H 3 ,Q 1-5 ,.?T'!i 1 5 ' f J 'Q 4' WV- , 'E7Q?Q "ri" h A ,J Y .K 4 gm, . Y 1:7 ' Row 1, L. to R.: Bette Lowery, Sarah Newman, Neva Larson. Row 2: Barb Conaway, Jane Bishop, Dena Pappas, Sonja Larson, Dawn Rrine, Lynn Hoefert, Mary Ann Dolve. Row 3: Lois Fleharty, Gerry Murphy, Phyllis Miller, Carole Funk, Yen Lin Lee, Iris Hughes, Mary Jean Lewellen, Frankie Hougaard. Row 4: Lois Beichman, Lois Hoefert, Lois Warmbrod, Adona Samuels, Cheryl Hurd, Sue Rivenes, Gay Harris, Meredity Tallman, Dixie Hofland. wrestling style or: I got you covered. Pretty legs, don't you think so? 191 i w I Intrainural Athletics VVl11l161'S as of now: Football ..,.,, ...,. . xV1'GStll1lg or Basketball- Volley Ball tl.... Debate, ,.... Bowling ....tl ..... SIGMA CHI- VOLLEY BALL Row 1, L. to R.: Lee Swan, Wally McRae, Ed Gossack. Row 2: Sid Walker, Vern Robertson, Jim Rawlings, Ken Wiegand. I TRAMURAL THLETICS F AGR - FOOTBALL Row l, L. to R.: Boyd Hardy, Dave Kathinan, Jim Bawden, Torn Evans, Dennis Nottingham. Row 2: Marvin Woodring, Laney Hanzel, LeRoy Luft, Joe Svoboda, Curt Dasson- ville, Lones Wigger. Row 3: Don Owen, Dan Watts, Lee Cronk, Don Roesner, Jay Anderson, John Tay- lor, Duane Arneklev. Wim Hi. , 192 ACR SX Co-op SX SX ACR x -4-:ef ,K X, 1 'W i .K ti INTRAMURAL WRESTLING CHAMPS Stan DeVore and Ken Wiegand, Sigma Chi, receive ROW L L. to RJ Tom Evans-167 lbs.-AGR' Bm the award for Intramural Debate from Pat Barney, Shipley-157 lbs.-KS, Don Deiande-177 lbs. Comm' of Fofenslcs' -Ind., Bill Frederick-Heavy wt.-SN. Row 2: Ray Wiman-130 lbs.-Ind., Paul Sehlec- ten-l37 lbs.-SX. Not Pictured: Ralph Ertz-147 lbs.-Ind., Robert Tichenor-123 lbs.-SX. VARSITY RIFLE CLUB The Varsity Rifle team, unde- feated at time of publication just returned from Berkely, Califor- nia, where they Won a four-Way match from the University of San Francisco, and the Univer- sity of California. Last spring, they placed sec- ond in the Montana State Cham- pionship team matches and are defending Gallatin Valley League champions. The team is working on the possiliilities of hecoming a major sport. Other trips planned for the spring of 1957 are: invita- tional matches at Reno, Nevadag Ogden, Utahg Laramie. XVyo- mingq and the National Intercol- legiate match at Corvallis, Ore- gon. VARSITY RIFLE TEAM Row 1, L. to R.: Lones Wigger, Theresa Gaffney, Gerald Wheeler, Burt Ginther. Row 2: Ronald Weiss, Gary Englund, Norman Mill, Ed- ward Weiss, Robert Hamm, Curt Hansford. Row 3: Joe Harchenko, Wayne Delude, Bernon Mahugh. Jerry Davis, Dean Wells, Wilma Kroll. ""'::r3 - ---an-aan .--F - -a-3 19:3 TRY 4 ir t 4 4 4 +1 Z J THE best armor is to keep out of gunshot. ' wx-X -BACON IQ +1 ir 4 5aEDITIOR 1 1 Qs 9999999 9 9999999999999999999999999 9 9799999 9999999999 OLD TIMES Q ROTC formation in front of barracks Football team in 1903 The east Slde of M H dumng visitors day 1'99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999 Kneeling, L. to R.: Tom Graham: Gary Englund: Sergeant Clint Crickton, Coach: Lones Wigger, Captain: Ed Weiss, and Jerry Wheeler. Back Row, L. to R.: Jim Corderg Ron Goldberg: Marlow Vesterbyl Bill Rahlli D011 Eastep, and Ron Weiss. ARMY RIFLE TEAM The Air Force Rifle Team, defending champions in the Secretary of the Air Force Rifle Matches, again fired a very high score this year. Wlieli this Went to print it Was not known Whether they had Won again or not. They also placed second in the Sixth Army Area Intercollegiate Matches and earned their right to compete for national recognition along with the Army Team. They also Won the Sixth Army Area Hurst Matches for Air Force teams. The Army Rifle Team had a very successful year as they won the Sixth Army Intercollegiate Rifle Match in a field of 32 teams throughout the Western states and Were eligible to shoot in the nationals. They also placed second in the Sixth Army Area Hurst Matches and with this score placed third in the nation. Lones Wigger Was high individual shooter in the Sixth Army Area Hurst Matches and placed second in nation- al competition. Kneeling, L. to R.: Jerry Davis, Captain: Cleon Guncleirsong Sergeant Richard LaConche, Coach, and Joe Harchenko. Back Row: Vern Mahugh: Dick Hamm: Curtis Hansford: Jess Garfield, and Wayne DeLude. ' x ...xxx - , rg -4 A 'N 197 AIR FORCE ROTC The Air Force ROTC Department offers officer training to any student Who is physically qualified and who can pass the necessary tests. Many graduates, each year, enter into this proud corps as 2nd Lieutenants. The Air Force Department sponsors several trips to Air Force Bases which are really a great experience for anyone who is interested in flying and related fields. Every male student Who is physically fit must enter the basic ROTC program. He has his choice of either Army or Air Force. Through the two years of basic air he becomes acquainted with drill, flight principles and types of planes, along with many other items preparing him to better enter advanced training if he Wishes. Although this part of the program may not be appreciated to its fullest it is necessary and is the basic rudiment of discipline and "esprit de corps." Two initiates into Arnold Air Society cruise around campus in their flight gear. SENIORS Row 1, L. to R.: Neal S, Egan, Robert J. Roy, Don F. Kuechtges, Eugene D. Olsen, Donald H. White, R. J. Pomajevich, R. F. Cummings, D. G. Mosby. Row 2: William B. Lance. Jerome D. Siderius, Ray Lembke. Michael G. Zunchich, Richard R. Roehm, Ronald E, Paige, Donald O. Bohart. E. Dale Figgins. Row 3: Jerry Hietpas, Norm R. Vine, Jim Weber. Daniel A. Nordlund, William Roath, Francis I... Duirfee, Cleon H. Gunderson, Dennis L. Duvall. IUNIORS Row 1, L. to R.: Hayes R. Bryan. Charles E. Bentz. David D. Paisley, Doug A. Armstrong, R. W. Dan- ielson. Jr.. Donald C, Hansen. John W. Slocombe, Kiel O. Peckenpaugh. Row 2: Gordon W. Lightfoot. Wallace McRae, George L. McCrea, Donald J. Evans. Robert E. O'Neil. Wayne R. Topp, Fred E. Walter, Frank E. Welker. V Q .- .Q - f fi, "9 We if 9 ,- Q ' ax, ' x ,.aM. rr WIA M N 4 , Jan ls- .aw Softball was a part of the recreational program at the Summer Camp held tor those entered in Advanced R.O.T.C. Practice in small fire arm drill, drawing and tiring a new stubby .38 caliber pistol designed for the Air Force. 'A gf: i .MW 200 .',fi"' r" ' The trainees get some prac- tice in the self-inflating sea survival suit at the Spokane Air Force Base. W2 sa'-N ww wsu 'X-ai-is S wwf' f if ,www A 'csgigys Xl gysvgp-vfeemyx ss, K mgssw. -X f. g f ' :mayo if , 'ff' .4 f f 2- ia ffl. X! llffafv' 'N 3 'Hold 3 I ? 4 -0'5'?4fEfi',2 'fad 5 ' 4 as R Sd .ai5xsg:Q,35Ws,gsswQ -X F r vi, X - sf, inn - .gy X The boys assemble in preparation to be flown by transport to Florida, one of the most enjoyed parts of summer camp. ,. 5, ,JJ uX.,,TQ W in W l. 1 2-ix ' we -J ARMY ROTC The Army ROTC program is set up for those who choose to enter the basic ground branch of the Military Science Department. After two years of drill along with instruction on all of the common types of fire arms and small gunnery the student may begin the Advanced Officers Train- ing. There he becomes trained in tactics, use of arms, theory and other necessary skills required of an officer in the Army of the U. S. The summer camp, held at Fort Lewis, Washington, provides the actual con- ditions and instruction which is needed to make a soldier. The men have their Work laid out for them but plenty of good times enter into this 6-Weeks period. There are many fields to choose from including armor, ordnance, quarter- masters, transportation, artillery and many others. The companies assemble and the cadet officers drill the basics under the supervision of the staff. Amid sweat and dust, the cadence rings clear. u4A..4. L...l.1.f, 202 l f f ' , ' Row 1, L. to R.: Michael Layton, Fred Gray. Joseph Kivosky, Joseph Warwood, Patrick Andrews, Dick Sinclair. Row 2: Robert- B. Helland. Peter V. Gaustad, Wallace D. Doeling. Gerald E. Pelzl, James E. Dahl. Tobias T. Stapleton, Boyd A. Hardy. Don E. Edwards. Row 3: William Rahn, Leslie Conger, Vern McDermott, George Miller, Don Killmore, Bob Terrel, Derry Blrodsack, Dick Morris, Ronald Eustance. Row 1, L. to R.: Spencer Smith. Ron Goldberg, Don Roesner. Gordon Bueling. Row 2: Les Muchmore. James Peek, Everett McGlothlin. Ted Molten. Don Hathaway, Bob Jones, Wayne Gibson, Fred Balkovetz. Row 3: Richard L. Phillips, Allan Tuthill, Dean Smith. Tom De Young, Bob Schessler, Lee Cronk, Sterling Stetson, Glenn Bergman, Brice Mercord, Alvin A. Ellis. Row 4: Ed Weiss, Dave Stevens, Ray Sperry, H. Walter Anderson. Bill Slavens, Charles Hanson, Bruce McCallum, Gerald Miller, Bruce Marlow, Melvin Schauer, Dick Haines, Dick Nisbet. Instruction on weapons is an interesting part of the basic M S program. Students learn the parts, how to disassemble and assemble, and how to use most of the basic small weapons. X. ist gf' Q1 I 203 A pix I Cadets gaining experience on the rifle range develop- ing an accurate eye. Pat Andrews looks like he was lett holding the bag on night maneuvers. 204 Setting up the mortar is Bob Terrell fcenterl and as- sociates. BQ Les Conger, second from right, loads magazines and eavesdrops in on the field phone. Bob Warwood fleftl and Ron Warzeka fright! unload practice grenades for combat training. X . X zsnmlvy 2 i 'A' I URGA IZ TIO 5 QA f X K! , xv in 50 X g L" , X X gk of Q X of Q , -Q' KL. ,, THE crest and crowning of all good, lifels final star, is Brotlzerhood. -E. MARKHAM .HUP . ff. 1 M' it Easnmaw ,.- .-f., .,,. NNW Bias- QQ ' ll - i1 15145 MQ!! . ? r w 41"Y49'n 343' I' f of I dl M 3 1 A 'Q Q 1 2 5: eil' 5 if 0 l"' U 5 Z El U2 N Q O H Q Q - Looters Chorus 9 ' Women's PE Class -1 I Lou Howard and the Band - 1929 -I ,,,,,,,,1 ,ll XX vi wax I 1 ,,,.,.vovovovovvfolllv'vvlvvvaaovvvvovvvaovvf mmnmmmmn Momma c um The organized houses on uses campus encompass a large number of the student body. Besides providing home-like liv- ing conditions and good food they strive to build personalities and promote leadership. The houses are operated by the members and basically are self-supporting. Cleanups, cold tubs, Water fights, firesides, formals and var- ious other forms of activities all combine to create a unity among their memberships. g . ,Ks Ag: F, - .fri fi QA Peg Aakhus Kay Conover Gail Halpin .55 X MONA GILPATRICK CAROLE FOLDA LOIS WARMBROLD BEVERLY HART LYNN HOEFELRT President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Rush Chairman Louise Anderson Pattie Jo DeVo1'e Dolores Hargrove Karen Baird Helen Diehl Lois Hoefert ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Jeanne Bro-wn Isabelle Christensen Janice Cole Connie Foss Shirley Fousek Blanche Grieve Louise Hookhom Teresa Johnson Gay Kneirum 'WS 2 ww- V 1-1-ew-fr, V ,YY-"' 'H fa ask , ,4,,V f ,ff S Q 4 f ,ge 1 .- . fi? 5 ss 15 J 1 0 2 O .- 1. Q W- Q Mg, ' 'A Joyce Kramer Karen Magill Carolee MacGreag0r Artha Muir Jean Newkirk Norma Nicely in 's 1 1, if A Vi' ' nf, N . ? ' v el, f 4 T' 4""' Carol Mathews Merle Quammen ve , Q J W 4 gem-. ' , X f Margaret McFarland Francis Ramsey I ,f Murnell Mikkelson Shirley Raunig Marjorie Rhind Dawn Rihine Barbara Ruppel Adona Samuels Dee Torgerson Triss Weimer Janet Weller Carol Wilson Q -sf-5 ,V Af' . 4'-:-...-ii FREDA CHAMBERLIN GLENELLE WOOD BUNNY MALMSTAD RUTH GROSSWILER SHAREN FOOTE President Vice President Treasurer Rush Co-Chairman Rush Co-Chairman ALPH MICRO PI Pat Barney Mrs. Bille D. Beadle Bea Benson Bonnie Blackburn Sharon Boe Verna Brown Judy Browning Pauline Bushnell Diane Commings Nancy Davis Janet Doble-r Deanna Dyer Sharon Fiskum Judith Gleason Beverly Greenwald Colleen Hahn Collyn Hunter Barbafra Kessler Pat Kieckbusch Ruth Kotaki Jo Ann Kralich rw wav' WW' NW Wg! Q X . . , Z. 7,35 if 3,599 212 M -.....,,,, .:.z.,...- '...--... , I 1- -4 ' ., fs , , I 1 ad' . 14? . 11 3 Kari Li Kuhr Mrs. Leta H. Levin Betty Rae Montgomery Mary Dell Moore Emilee Pasha Janine Peterson Mrs. Shirley Anderson Rothwell Betty Strane P97 Geneal Lindsay Mary Ann McGinnis Claudia McLeod Ruth Miller Mary Jo Morton Charlene Niebel Sharlene Norman Carol Noyes Mary Peterson Gail Pittman Janet Reed Sue Rivenes Maxine Siderius Lelia Sullivan '52 lf ?"t ,W iv ,le f?" 'Juv , ' 41913, , S- . we I .- K Karleen Skoog Mary Gay Taylor Donna Sinclair Mrs. Shirley Green Trotter Daryll Smith Kay Westlake ff 4 'ffl K9 Carol Mockel Karen Olson Jane Roseneau 2 Km 2 I . O, 4' J """'i5-'-m .N O :fa it niyiw If sg 4 A it 3 n X 4? ax? Nd I7 x JOAN LAURIE BARBARA JACKSON JANE BISHOP CAROL SENICAL JANE MURPHY Prefident Vice President Treasurer Pledge Mother Rush Chau-man Sharon Apple Mary Ann Dolve Donna Hollenback ,ef Sharlin Bruner Jeanette Franklin Cheryl Hurd CHI GMEGA Liz Cantieny Maureen Castles Delores Coloff Barbara Dillon Theresa Gaffney Sharon Hardgrove Kathleen Henry Marlene H111 Jean Irvine Anna Lee Johnson Diane Johnson Mary Bunn Johnson in 67 Gia "" ' pg 1,2 ,W bf D, 5,1 , kv IQ' Ham I ' ' Q ' , 'el 5 " 0"i""fa1' 3 - rm ,rj-.9 . 1 E an I , 14 g W fr N J' , , f J f:fH..'.::.. ,wg il' h ,i es , t Y Wy- i i z 4 'L ' if 411' 9 xjf' A 4 ygpx 4 lf Nd' uri 4, I v--v--v 3, 4 gr QA? ' : I S W '51, " fini A M ff ,, ,. ,. 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Grove Della HaHS'0H PBUICI3, HoDcus 7 'QL ,1 ,A . 42,24 W X J AWQ7 N f X in ,X !?h1 Q We W 'Q f W if VXA . 9 B ,,,, L ,ar k M 4 - 5 'K' 51 3 V Q . Y kt, 1 1 . 'VF mf Nancy Hovde Barbara Jacobson Karol Krueger Ann Loaney Jo Ann Long Nancy Ludtke Jacqy Mathis Beverly Mehling Sharril Mulkins Gerry Muirphy Zoe Parkin Carol Peterson Betty Pearson Mrs. Lorraine B. Rockey Janice Schneider Karen Vischer Rebecca White Geraldine Wolfe Jeanne Wo-od Nancy Youngberg 'G 217 16 fem- MYRT FLASKERUD BARBARA CODAY BLANCHE FOWLELR PATRICIA JOHNSON JO ANN FULBRIGHT President Vice President Secretary Treasurer House Manager KAPPA DELTA Carolyn Barth Velma Bergstrom Shirley Brandt Ch-arlo-tte Brown Barbara Buckingham Barbara Calrlson Randa Colville Betty Eager Ester Elliot Patricia Fitzgerald Mary Fowler Kae Gingry Delores Goodan Marion Hanl-:ins Carol Helterline Donna Helterline Joan Hill Virginia Hill QMS' f fffw 9 Qllfif ,',-' . V ' ,Ak VVVV W W Mi 4' 218 g., u iff!-f J r f Q, V if 'W6 ,f Charliene Irwin Kitty Jermin Charlotte Keil Carol Koenig' Jacqualin Mattchett Alice McA1pin Mary Mendel Delores Merritt Lorraine O'Boy1 Sharon Parker Carol Peterson Sherlene Roark Deanna Swenson Adrenne Syme Dora Lou Tidball Mary Anne Vaughn Margaret Weaver Patricia Willard 1 I hai .lv Carole Logan Barbara Murray Patricia Roscoe aawfx l Q-M. ...W hs Q nr' -Q lx I . .K l ,Ia . I If K f f f 5 'S 6 Katlierinette Malone Phyllis Noel Shirley Rae Smith im mt' ,i ,"Qlxf EI? 2 3754! ' f'?e'i + ' 1' Q H, f wi' 'QF' JEAN PAINTER JEAN ALLEN JOAN RAYMOND LAURA WARD SANDRA HASTINGS President Vice President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer PI BETA PHI C7 f IC I ed 6-Y X 1 g 'Eff gina? fi xi 220 "7 ' Zl':-"1.-- - " ,, Audrey Almy Phyllis Ammon Dorothy Anderson Anna. Mae Bmenden Gerry Day Shari Estill Donna Halverson Julie Harris Vonnie Harris Sue Hawks Joan Hopper Norma Kay Jenni Carol Johnson Carole Kamhoot Pat Klamhoot Phyllis Keller Suzanne Keller Karen Keyes Mary J. Kr-onebusch Penny Kuno Kay LaFlo-nd Sonja Larson Val 'Lehrkind Nancy Lichtwardt 22 qui :arf 'ff 1 6 x J' I -Q if or M! .gn-pf ,gf N . X., ' Wx ,1-0 Q June Long Nona Lord Rosemary Nicholson Bonnie Norline' Barbara Redman Barbara Reitsch 5 , ,. , Bea McKCnna Ardis Minna Bonnie Moore Sydney Myers Marion O'Brien Ro?emary O'Leyar Desta Ostenson Doris Peterson JoAnn Rohan Gayle Royal Ann Sandberg Carolyn Sargent Jane Shope Carol Smith Deanna Suneson Jean Swindlehurst Mary Louise Thomas Nancy Vandenburg Helen Vidal Joan Lee Welch Joan Welch Barbara Wellingtcn 'Mil' -C.,-H iQ!- Elizabeth Tobey Nancy Wiedeman avi' Q for l-v k yt, xx,-ff' Jo Naegeli Marcia Peterson Cindy Sherman Janet Tobey Louise Zempel 'Q f'!fQ5A 'ix GG! wk 221 fs ,ff , QR D Jay Anderson Charles Crane Don Freshour .ff ON GRAHAM LANEY HANZEIL KIRK RHEA BOYD HARDY GAIL PATTON President Vice President Secretary Treasurer House Manager ALPH GAMMA RHO Duane Arneklev Jim Bawden Frank Carter Don Christensen Larry Costello Lee Cronk Curtis Dassonville Jerry Evans Tom Evans Haro-ld Far-ris Ron Graham Ben Green Louis Harp-er Gene Henneford Don Irish .NIM fha Yi aww ssQlg3exf . , ff v5'35 Qg gnf ,qi 1 iv gy. ' ' . ' 4 f if ff 52: p f f if Vg w5'ln4"' . 1216 , A. W-'D -a g....aa X4 .NA , X fe an f' , , Q 22:2 M -4 ef M? 3 ' m, , A A ,Q?.. - ' ff, ' -'y.f,,.. 1 R - "' Qi' its 1 ' - f qifii by Li, 'f X ff ,V sig i ,fy zfj' if j . V se .2 ' so e Y 1 F1 'uf f Q 'W' . 'V Q yi Russell Johnson Dennis MacDonald Don Owen Bill Roath John Taylor Dave Kiathman Bob Martin Ken Owen Don Roesner Laurence Thayer Dave Kimball Jim Nicholes Jack Pierce Don Rossmiller Dan Watts f"'f2, ,. I ,,3, fa 7 ,-an A , 1 NN 'WW am' Vt f-A ' v f 1 Leif Larson Don Noteboom Jim Quanback Don Sanders David Whitham 0 , . 5 ffl' s K E .gi "' , .Jn T 9 f X 1 'K ,,. 1" P .-.uv l ,, g ,. Ji M lil w, , -L H 1 ,f ,.-fr -. s 1 wg lg t ' ' X te di is g,,x.- ,.. QQ? A.. 'K fi? eases? 'i 5 ,:,' iii V, K W ' I lf-- P V -' . 9 . -, f -- - Q M A 4' f A me "T", if "' 4 t . , i, A, 1' 1:15 Mike Layton LeRoy Luft Dennis Nottingham Bill Ochs Bob Redman Ken Rhea. Jim Svoboda Joe Svoboda Lones Wigger Marvin Woodring W aw rf h Q' .4 a 1 t, if X ' f .Q A . ' ' D ,. 9 l M M Q ' l ". f 1 1 i 4 ' Q 2 O-7 -..3 GARY THOM JIM DAHL GEORGE FULTON DAVE1 SCHMIDT AL HODGES President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Ritual Chairman KAPPA SIGMA Chuck Ackerman Art Althoff Stan Amon Marvin Anderson Jack Arnst Bob Barbo Dave Bairnes Ben Beaudry Bill Bickle John Byrd Jim Christiansen Hugh Collison Chuck Crouse Les Davenport Stu Dickey Bill Douglas Toby Figgins Phil Griffin Les Hardy Royce Hicks Andy Highland Gary Hindoien Ted Hippely Dean Houck 'WD 1' ,aide hmm "'1n 'Sv 'Z X 1 I 3 f A f 224 Don Hunt Dick Knapton Dick Nisbet Don Rydeen Tobey Stapleton Don Trotter I , -459' -l -fi" Lee Isaacson Ron Kologi Harold Nolde Bill Shipley Dave Stevens Clarence Wahl Carl Iverson Phil Ko-priva Bill Olson Spencer Smith Harold Strobel Bob Watterberg Q9 Don Johnson Gale Johnson Terry Johnson Don Killmore Joe Kiovsky Jim Lewis Larry Mee Dave Munroe Gary Murphy Gene Nett Bob Po-majevich Lloyd Richmond Lloyd Rixe John Roda Dick Roehm Gary Sohl Bo-b Southall Dean Swank Bert Thurber Tom Weed Dean Wells 4091? 3522 V x '11 is a l 5? x -,e'. .3 , .lwif K ' Z ' B W9 J ...N as .f u x :R Dick Wilson Bill Zucconi 'VS v 225 v AS' db' 'gg ' ur 'Aff' W A dm' X A -.-r""" is '33 ?hl'l""" My ROY LASHWAY WILEY BALDWIN LLOYD BEACRAFT ROY WELLS LEROY GILBERTSON President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Rush Chairman LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Richard Akre Tom Balcer Fred Beatty Glen Beauchamp Don Blackmeyer Wayne Cadigan Joe Carlisle Marvin Christiansen Robert Dixon Bill Doyle Miles Dress James Farrington Doug Garber Fritz Gottfried Roger Hankins Jerry Hanto Harry Harvey Harvey Hicks Jerry Heitpas Terry Holzworth Jim Huber sf. 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A4 fm an .gg 227 'Hb' wtf -qmff .1 BOB MOLLERSTUEN DAVE PIRKER GORDON OVERBY FRANCIS DURFEE GERALD HEATH President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Rush Chairman PHI SIG KAPPA Douglas Armstrong Audy Baack Gerald Budke Wesley Budke James Craig Robert Dauwalder Ronald Eustance Kenneth Ewing Richard French Robert Gary Donald Hansen Ronald Hehn Martin Herman Dale I-Iougardy 228 gf! 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Doug Smith Joe Sonnenberg Roy Upham fl, ,.- Walt Ware Robert Warren Stanley Welborn fn f s, fQ'fs5l ' .gr r: ...,,, , , r -.-..-uf' N5 Gerald Wheeler James Young Rudy Zimmerman RRI? Q1 uf fi x3 ' l,x"Kf ,asf-wg f 0 ,.,,..-f . A if Q . 04645 K . 0 O ,Fa 'WI' - Larry Antonich Buzz Bley Bob Cummings Lanny Fred Q 1 ,YP DICK SINCLAIR DON HATHAWAY BOB JONES FRED BOOTH CHUCK BENTZ President Secretary Treasurer Rush Chairman House Manager Loren DeLand Tom Garry Fred Balkovetz Frank Bondy Bill Diehl Bruce Gibson Chuck Barnes Jim Brewer Don Donovan Hoot Gibson Bob Barnes John Brummer IGMA ALPHA EP ILO Phil Eaves Ron Goldberg Homer Bennett Rick Burleigh Bob Ferg'er:0n Skin Griffith Earl Bergendahl John Campbell ww ' ,J A Vlb, l , is s , W , ' Q' ww ' ,W f-:fs f my ' f in A 'W r 'W 4 " , C " X80 , effff f X sisfff MU? ', . fun .' " ' C 6 R ' 'W Vw ' fa! , 1 ' ,gs 1' J Nw- ,....f M 5 .1 ,. . 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Glenn Clark Charles Conser Dan Eacret Neil Egan Charles Hanson Gary Haskin Ken Jones Cecil Kent 'i' 4 IGMA CHI Jacque Best Martin Crennan Bernie Ellingson Bob Hill Ken Keyes Bill Bierrum Wayne Daley Ed Gossack Lee Holstine Dan Keil Darrel Brewer Stan DeVore John Gow Craig Hopperstad Ron Kuchenbrod MW 'wmv' Wi "SQ 4-uwfffffl' -wi '45, Arm ef -.1 -ff.. fx Mx , v , .49 ,A , f vii ,,,.-J "-4' 'Q' -,,-4, K :Sf I ' K A, .144 qr.. ,-- . A " ' 4 ' -3 ,k,..m4 "fi 'R' -We 9- 1, ' - ff can 'xv .1 , , 5 by ...asv PM REQ .A ? ' 1 S X ,N , . , x , 159' i Z , l !, s 0 V an f' ,, r A Q5 f f ' - s I . f' 'Ulm 'Rl John Kutzman Bob Martin Brice Mercord Robert Pugsley Jerry Shaw Frank Landon Hugh Maxwell Gerry Minshall James Rawlings David Sloan 5 I if Y 5 52:4 I' , . X, f' 'KQSFU' Nnkwyvmiltlv' 6, 1,2 f" A., .,- 3 -1 4' .Xl- .2 ' is 'LSL ra 55" ' 'W' QQ' ,.,.'..S'rQ L 7' -ey? 'ri Q. s , , Safer X pa' er Cal Langston Jack Labrie Verle Lanier Ted Lavine Neil Lynch Pete Madison Vern McDermott Duane McGowan Peter McHugh James McWhirter Bob Mcllhatten Wally McRae Bill Mora Jim Newman Don Olson Tom Olson Robert O'Neil Delbert Pasha Charles Richardson Lee Richardson David Routzahn Paul Schlecten Charles Schmid Deane Shaver Gerald Stafford David Stradley David Street Edwin Strommen James Strouf Lee Swan Dean Tavenner Jerome Toner Richard Ulrich George Walker Oscar Walnuts Bob Warwood Mike Wetherell Ken Wiegand Art Weideman Larry Williams Cal Wilson Bob Woodmansey R s u is M J 5 xl? , ,2 nf.,-vi ' X g P in Q . ,L :Eu I 'Q 4' gf, 'I 1 ' JV . l 'QC' ' 2 .K , 1 ly --" A 1 ! Y-al 'SX A! ,Q Q: H A 1 I I. , I . 1 ! ".... . N . ' , ' fr f J 4 as W . W l --Q h M , 13? f HQ was 1' """Q fi' 'W . - 4 ' e " 'Af A f CK f If- '17 . A, -f W Y my if '95, 4 E QJ 1 I W4 -ggi if? S asf ' A X2 if F Dave Alt Joe Chenowith Reay English Sam Giafrancisco 'A-if 5? " "3" F! f La: iles, DON VVHITE BILL BARCLAY BEN NIELSEN WALT ANDERSON BILL! SLAVENS President Vice President Recorder Treasurer House Manager Jack Armstrong Wayne Coursey Keith Forrester Graig Hamilton I ' ,2n"'3r'x. . f s X -an my Y -54 Ben Berg Bob Davis Don French H. Hammersmark . or il .Q M M? ' ma ,Q -V Y-Q? W5-, N95 Lloyd Berg Karl Dehn Bob Frederisy Curt Hansford '.a.::..E ' . .., a -X ' vias . f e cy ggi Q W we 'rf SIGMA NU D011 Bianchi Wallace Doeling Bill Frederick Loren Hester ..,,, .X ..., R NY? 1' l t' ' . m...su-f .e- is ' A S Q 4 i i W , X 9 ' Keith Bio-rnethun. Dennis Bough Camry Buckingham David Drivdahl George Ellinghouse Keith Engle Mike Gallagher Jess Garfield Chas. Giarratana Dick Hults Jim Iverson Dick Keil QNPW 'Z W J' N4 a , 2. 2:36 Jim King George Mattson Fred Nesbitt William Rauch fan. -v-ye .V W 5 "Q- MR "H-A 3:7 fe' 9--as 'fi W - ' cw .qv F -s U2 ' C3 ,fa-jp Wfxf ,LA A -2. Marvin Koshella George 'McC-rea Don Ness Gary Schreiber , H ., L" r , - gsm? "' "0-uri' if --9, +4 405 Ben Lamb Doug Lander Jim Lander Bill Langley Gene Levang Bob Linse Jim McGinnis Dick Miller Kim Miller Bob Moriarity Ken Nelson Harold Nerhus George Olsen Robert Orr Rocco Perciavale Robert Peterson Lee Phillips Lee Prindle Gene Schumacher Ron Skabo George Slanger Bob Terrell Rex Turco Allen Tuthill .. QYE .. ,,',-,.- l, .. I 1 We . c M Bob Walter M 1' ' ' .. XJ b 1 Fred Walter vf?"0 E my Ed Warehime J 1 3' Dan Waylett pf if 5 X Jim Weber Tom White Nick Wylie Bob Zimdar ,ali 1 'S' yu! 237 x Q. x N J., .Mgr A. X eww. paivbv-Q 3 , W, ,mg ,, ,. I , , Q . an Y MQ, is K k W ! M X XVILLIAM KINDZERSKI JOHN FLEMING BERT RICE GEORGE THOMPSON ALVIN ELLIS President Vice President Manager Treasurer Secretary James Albro Lanny Bauman Jay Doig Dave Dunkel Oliver Hammersmafrk Lloyd Hanson A G? .- - u Ai . 1' 1 E Jw it . r ,,,, I 1 x -, is f A a 0 - 52143 WG: if A.: .1 J' X15 238 Vernon Dahlstrom Charles Ferris Mike Harbine ,pw f ' ., K ' 'o , A ssgx 4. 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S ,,w, f , i zz- 4 . 1 A,21,AA ., , V.,.- A : ": il f ' ",V A A55 , - H ' Dale Hlougardy Larry Johns Gordon Lightfoot Lawrence Lindstrand John Marchello Tom McCormick Richard McDaniel Peter Mickelson Gerald Miller Charles Pegg Cliff Peters Larry Pihlaja James Poore Gene Powers Thomas Ramsbacher Otto Ratz Gordon Sargent Walter Shular new 4 ' f Vern Smalley qffiir Sterling Stetson Robert Thielke Takeshi Utsumi 'la ,.,., V, Ed Weintraub ,, Clark Whitcomb Q V l - VVVPV. . C , Clyde Windecker l W ' ' 3 Y X, ', Robert Wollitz lf V ' V lg, :Q.ffG iii? 1? rj,-ff if:,fjdf:5 I Q X Q 4 V-D J' uv- 4 i +1 if xt 'k 'k ll' af +1 'f 'k -K if' 'k x af -K "' X 4 4,4 YI, Q 4 .1 "all bi' we I ,r +1 7 , 4 'Q N A-K 4 -K N fK iff ii 9 it an OUR own ,ll'fll'f.S', and not other HICIIQS opinicm. fornzs our frm' honor. K - COLERIDGE IQQ7 1957 5 :umm ommnIIoIImummmmmm69,7 C GLD TIMES 'Q 45 W I ., Q an 'rf-35 Dedication of Gatton Field Agriculture Building - 1930 Engineering Building - 1929 I I I I I I I I I I u I I 9 g 9 g I 9 y , 9 , I 1 9 9 I I I 4 I I I ' 5 , . J OI ICCOL I I I Q CJ Row 1, L. to R.: Deanna Suneson, Anna Mae Brenden, Helen Diehl. Row 2: Patricia Ann Roscoe, Stella Milanovich, Joan Hill, Louise Zempel, Deanna Swenson, Karen Keyes. LPHA L MBDA DELT We represent the 'cbrainsv of the freshman class. To be eligible for this national honorary we have to have a grade point average of 2.5 for the first two quarters of our freshman class. Our organization was established at MSC in 1930 for the purpose of pro- moting higher scholastic standards among the women of our college. Anna Mae Brenden, our president, gave talks to all the incoming freshmen girls to, should we say, encourage them to aim for a higher scholastic average throughout their college career. Some of the projects we undertake during our Sophomore year, which is the time we are in Alpha Lambda Delta, are decorating the Christmas tree in the Library at Christmas time, and helping with all of the functions of high school week. Oh yes, and We mustnit forget one of our most important proj- ects, and that is giving an award to each girl in the spring of her senior year if she has managed to maintain a 2.5 average throughout her four years in college. 44 f- T 1 f 5 v ' s 2-13 2 Row 1, L. to R.: Don Graham, Sid Turnquist, Donald Gill, Ron Paige, Ollie Hamme1'smark,Norva1 Marsh, John Lawrence. Row 2: Don Hainey, Bill Rahn, Bill Roath, Alvin Ellis, Charles Hash, Charles Cain, Theodore Wit zel, Howard Hjort, Einar Brosten. Row 3: Ervin Smith, Marvin Lore, Lloyd C. Rixe, Lee Phillips, Keith Stebbins, Boyd Hardy, Neil F. Morck, Dick Hecker, Gordon Darlinton, John L. Brince, H. G. Cockrum. Not Pictured: Lloyd Erickson. ALPHA ZETA We belong to the national agricultural fraternity. In order to be chosen for this honorary We have a high scholastic average as well as being sincerely interested in the development of agriculture. We are the future agricultural leaders of America, future farmers, economists, research experts, and, We hope, the backbone of the nation. The highest honor an agricultural student can at- tain during his college career is when We, as members of Alpha Zeta, pick an outstanding freshman majoring in agriculture and present him With a trophy honoring him for his achievements in scholarship. Among our many projects We get livestock "polished" up for the High School Week display, and assist with the Little International Show. LPHA TAU DELTA To he a memher of this nursing honorary, We must have a 1.5 average for the first quarter on campus and must maintain this average as long as We are a memher of Alpha Tau Delta. There are four divisions of the Lainhda Chapter of Alpha Tau Delta. We have one on the campus and one at each of the three hospital divisions. We are proud to say that the national president of this honorary is a mem- her of our chapter. As a national project all chapters of ATD sell calendars at Christmas time to raise money for the National Epilepsy League. Alpha Tau Delta has a threefold purpose, to further higher professional educational standards, to inaugurate projects that enrich the field of nursing, and to hind those in this profession closer together. Row 1, L, to R.: Patsy Poison, Marlene McPherson, Helen Jacobsen. Row 2: Anna Pearl Sherrick, Amy Black, Laura Copple, Leona Wohler, Dorothy Howard. Patricia Ryan. Not Pictured: Mary Jane Adkins, Della Anderson, Rita Bywater. Mfsxsf f' w-J 'QQ' U Q 8 O X 13? sa gf' A 6 CZ? 2,15 2 ALPHA P I OMEG YV e members of Alpha Psi Omega form the dramatics honorary of Mon- tana State College. A specific number of credits, which are given according to the amount and type of dramatic Work We do, are needed to become a member. Also a grade point of 1.5 is required. During Religious Emphasis Week this year We sponsored and took part in a dramatic reading of the religious play, c'Boy VVith a Cartv. As it is Writ- ten in our constitution, We sponsor one social function a year. This usually turns out to be a picnic held during spring quarter. This is looked forward to by the members of Alpha Psi Omega as a relaxing change from the var- ious dramatic activities We participate in throughout the year. Row 1, L. to R.: Sally Barcher, Joseph Fitch, and Jane Riegel. Row 2: Dick Patterson, Jim Larsen, Charles Hash, and Tom Sandenaw. f. had in Row 1, L. to R.: Geraldine G. Fenn, Norma Kay Jenni, Myrt Flaskerud, JoAnne Fulbright, Effie Enneberg, Beverly Hart, Don Freshour, David Drivdahl. Row 2: Leona Franz, Nancy Lichtwardt, Bernice Kleffner, Irene Johnson, June Long. Row 3: Bob Woodmansey, Toby Stapleton, Bob Watterberg, Gary Murphy, Spencer Smith. Not Pictured: John Woodmansey, Norval Marsh, Karen Olson, Jay Doig. MU BETA BET Someday when you walk around the campus you will be able to tell ex- actly Which building is which by the neat, attractive signin front of it. This has been a bard project to organize and we still have details to Work out at this time. VV e, as the 4-H Honorary, Work in close contact with the Extension Serv- ice during 4-H Club Congress and State Leaders meetings. We also have a get- acquainted party With the college extension staff each year. Our goal is for better agriculture and hoinemaking and to serve and im- prove 4-H clubs around the World. Some are members of the Extension Service and some are special friends of 4-H, but We are mainly college students. '7' J we V N tax , so X Q -7 'Q 1 if sf? , ati' , 1 Row 1, L. to R. Deanna Suneson, Shirley Johnson, Collyn Hunter, Bonnie Norling. RoWL2:1' Carol Peterson, Delores Merritt, Daryll Smith, Carol Mockel, Louise Zemple, Janice es ie. Row 3: Della Hanson, Nancy Ludtke, Sharon Fiskum, Sharon Boe, Dena Pappas, Anna John- son, Joan Hill. Row 4: Carollee Slotsve, Velma Bergstrom, Carol Kamhoot, Kitty Jermin, Anna Mae Bren- den, Sonja Larson, Barbara Reitch, Doris Peterson, Gerry Wolfe. PR "At Your Servicev is the motto of Spurs, and We try our hardest to live up to it. In the Spring of our freshman year twenty-five girls Were chosen on the basis of service, activities, character, and scholarship to become members of this sophomore Womenis service honorary. From Freshman Week through to the end of our sophomore year We are busy helping With student activities, ushering at assemblies, school plays, all athletic contests, in general, doing Whatever job needs to be done. We sponsor mixers With the F angs and each year select the "Knight of Knightsv. Although We Well know that the uniform, so White in the morning, Will be dirty in the p.m., We would not trade it and What it represents for the World. FA G That rattle and hanging you hearcl one clay during Fall Quarter Wasnlt Montana Hall falling down, it Was just the Fangs in their suits of armor on the initiation clay. The F angs, memhers of the national Intercollegiate Knights organization, form one of the most active service organizations on our campus. VVorlcing jointly With the Spurs, We help during Freshman Week, usher at games, assemblies, maintain MSC traditions, and help with about any other campus activity you can mention, including the painting of the Each year We sponsor a dance during spring quarter at which We announce and crown our KSpur of the Momentv. A Fang is chosen to he an Intercollegiate Knight during the spring of his freshman year and he serves as a Fang during his entire sophomore year. Row 1, L. to R.: Leroy Gilbertson, Ben Berg, Kent Holtz, Ray Mountain, Larry Descheemaek- er, Jim Poore, Don Sherick. Row 2: Fred Beatty, Gary Heath, Alvin Ellis, Val Glynn, Mac Peterson, Mack Cole, George Mattson, Lee Cronk, Dave Stevens. Row 3: Keith Strandberg, Lanny Fred, Bob Moriarty, Bob Barbo, Clark Whitcomb, Ev Snort- land, Wesley Budke, Richard French, Alvin Balzer, Bob Martin. Row 4: Mick McNicol, Bob Redman, Gordon Overby, Dick Knapton, Ron Graham, Kenneth Rhea, Jack Arnst, Kenny Jones. Not Pictured: Dan Waylett, Dean Tavenner. Ms? 'N Wa 'Q l X f. rv' v g hwy ,Q WT Cf' Q ' 7 I X136 v R K R g,,xfY!"b' it-In XR! t ,J 1 I us ,F parm, ,QP XCR, I X Cgx R A gl 2 LE BOUFFU Les Bouffons, literally meaning uThe Clowns", is a senior menls honorary. On the liasis of outstanding personality, activities and various other qualifi- cations, we are chosen to join Les Buffs in the Winter of our Iunior year. Our initiation in the Spring is looked forward to by all the campus, in fact the ini- tials, "LB" are very close to each girls thoughts When the grand day dawns. The initiation is an extremely dressy affair, short pants and tux coats are the main essentials. Fall quarter sees the Les Bouffons holding a formal dinner, and during winter quarter We crown our queen at a formal dance. In the spring We have an annual picnic. Annually We raffle off a Well equipped, late model car, usually owned by a minister, driven only on Sundays. Row 1, L. to R.: Fritz Durfee, Jim Duderstadt, Vern Robertson, Gary Thom. Row 2: Dick Sinclair, Bill Barclay, Jerry Siderius, Bob Cummings, Dave Pirker. Row 3: Laney Hanzel, Don Graham, Jerry Hietpas, Claude Doig, Bob Zimdar, Stan Welborn. Not Pictured: Tony Kologi. EE! 3 1111 'TF- 250 uv"" 4f"A , . We ' 'Offs- t 4 x S I it 0- 1 2' fist' Q ' 'W im' 7 X Ji We Row 1, L. to R.: Leo J. Middendorf, Edward Weiss, Janet Gillette, Laney Hanzel, Glenelle Wood, Jean Allen, Dave Stevens, Elmer B. Harvey. Row 2: Phil Griffin, David Street, Mac Peterson, Schubert Dyche, Jack Warren, Melvin At- water, Ralph Rouse, Lynn Hoefert, Delores Lawry. Row 3: James Peek, W. G. Walter. Cliff Davis. Grace Barber, Karen Keyes, Blanche Fowler, Joyce Schessler, Cliff W. Hill, Allan Lovaas. PHI SIGM Phi Sigma, a group of bright, liudding scientists, was organized to pro- mote interest and research in the hiological sciences on the campus. This national scholastic honorary consists of members of the Botany, Bacteriology. and Zoology and Entomology departments. 'W e may he chosen in our junior or senior years provided our grades reach the required standard. Our meetings are held during the noon hour and much liusiness is discus- sed amidst munching and crunching of sack lunches. YVe have lieen quite liusy with our special project. After identifying the various trees on campus, we have placed signs liefore them which tell, in words of many syllaliles, their scientific names. For the past two years we have organized a dinner for visiting high school students who come for the pre-science fair. Bug heaters, fungus finders and junior game wardens with the high stand- ards of Phi Sigma, thatls us. On 25 I lull QZXYYWG 7 il"pi l3 Q .- Q, givin., .., , X straw M wg, L, P fx fs , T L" - ,.... W ' . s E Q 1 I ' X , ,,. Q ' Row l, L. to R.: Joan Raymond, Mary Lou Thomas, Glenelle Wood, Mary Jo Morton, Frankie Hougaard. Row 2: Billie Beadle, Jean Allen, Avis Griffi'h, Alice Keene, Jean Painter, Freda Chamber- lin, Shirley Trotter, Liz Tobey, Neva Larson. MORTAR BGARD This senior womenis honorary is known nationally as Mortar Board. We are chosen on the basis of leadership, service, and scholarship. Mortar Board was formed on this campus in 1927 from another campus organization, Cap and Gown. Among the functions we sponsor are the Mortar Board carnival held dur- ing High School Week, and a tea for the foreign and transfer students. Our annual all school girl-ask-hoy formal during fall quarter is one of the out- standing social functions of the year. XVe always sit in the front row of the south section of the gym floor chairs during assemblies. XVe enjoy our duties and feel fortunate to helong to Mortar Board. 252 SEPTEMVIRI Septeinviri is the senior inenis lionorary. lt consists of seven incinlic-rs selected lay the faculty on the basis of scliolarsliip, lcatlersliip, personality. anal activities. The inemliers of Scpteinviri arc the guardians and custotlians of Montana State College traditions. VVe sponsor the annual Prcsitlentls assem- lily, and review the traditions of the scliool for the lienefit of tlic stuclcnt-liotly. i'Hello VValk,', the i'Freslnnan Datlclyv, antl frcslnnan not lacing allowctl to cn- ter Montana Hall liy the front cloor, are a few of the traditions carrie-il out hy this honorary. Our caps ancl gowns identify us when we appear as a group. Row 1, L. to R.: J. Michael Poston, David Schmidt and Don Graham. Row 2: Boyd Hardy, Jerry Siderius, Val Glynn, Gary Cotton and David Street. of 25 MU SIGMA ALPH Members of Mu Sigma Alpha are selected on the basis of their grades, musical interest, character and personality. To be eligible for our local hon- orary society a student must be a member of the MSC student body and have at least a one quarter standing With a l.5 average. Students in both the bands and choirs are represented in our organization. This honorary has been active since 1949 and is under the direction of Mr. L. E. Opp. For the first time this year We sponsored a uSpotlightv dance which We hope will be an annual event. Music Was furnished by an orchestra consist- ing of members of the music department and faculty. We also put on what we thought was an excellent floor show. The talent was furnished strictly by our own music department. All proceeds of this very successful dance went toward music scholarships for needy students interested in taking up music as their career. Row l, L. to R.: Joan Hopper, Carolyn Sargent. Gayle Royal, Ruthie Miller, Mildred Greer. Row 2: Dave Street, Gerald Davidson, Sam Weeks, Charles Bentz, Lee Phillips, Bob Mcllhat- tan, Henry Campbell, Les Opp. Row 3: Lloyd Becraft, George McCrea, Richard Schlatter, Bob Nute, Ken Barber, Galen Mc- Crea, Bob Morrow, Brandon Mehrle, Edmund P, Sedivy, Creech Reynolds. 5 Row 1, L. to R.: Don Knechtges, Fred E. Walter, Michael G. Zunchich, Francis L. Durfee, William' B. Lance, Robert F. Cummings, Ronald E. Paige, Bob Roy. Row 2: Mario Perez, Eugene D. Olsen, Charles G. Dudley, Hayes Bryan, R. W. Danielson, Jr., Donald C. Hansen, C. E. Bentz, Don White, David T. Schmidt, Raymond G. Lembke. Row 3: Robert E. O'Neil, Norman R. Vine, Jerry J. Hietpas, John W. Slocombe, Wallace D. McRae, Clarence W. Wahl, George McCrea, William W. Roath, David G. Mosby, Wayne R. Topp. Not Pictured: Vaughan, Gunderson, Nordlund, Bohart, Weber, Armstrong, Roehm, Egan, Siderius. OLD IR SOCIETY XV e of the Arnold Air Society are a recent addition to the MSC campus. VV e are an advanced Air Force ROTC honorary with the purpose of further- ing air power. Our activities consist of sponsoring the drag races in the fall and spring, and to help sponsor the Military Ball Winter quarter. We also sponsor all air flights made by the ROTC. We attend many conventions and meetings throughout the United States during the course of a school year. To be a member of this Society the student must be an interested ad- vanced AF ROTC cadet who has attained outstanding leadership qualities. 255 'lfiiwt "'?i?4i"7 ,A I H' e f' ,-,Jia vi Q - Y i .. 55 K l uw . gf. Z2 . .L Aifin. K Ns K . 5 . is is rs use wr wma W l e ft rx W' W ffm Row 1, L. to R.: Dan March, Floyd Erps, Jay Anderson, Curtis Hansford, Harold Schultz, Ray Mountain, Leslie Davenport, Terry Holzworth. Row 2: Eugene Schumacher, Craig Hamilton, Richard Strissel, Dan Waylett, Marve Robinson, James Cloud, Bob Barbo, Wesley Budke, Gregory Nelson. Not Pictured: Loren Acton, Dwight Anderson, David Barnes, Wynne Calvert, Gene Fellbaum, Bob Forsgren, Richard Hamm, Don Johnson, Ken Jones, Glenn Kenney, John Morris, Dean Tavenner. PHI ETA IGMA Phi Eta Sigma is the freshmen mens honorary. We are selected during spring quarter of our freshman year, We must earn a scholarship average of two and one-half grade points per credit during our first quarter or semester of college to become eligible for membership. We, as members of Phi Eta Sigma, join forces with the Fangs to publish the F usser,s Guide, the most read text on the campus. It is too bad that We bright ones must study to keep our average 90 or above, and do not have much chance to use this handy little book. We also sponsor a revolving trophy which is given to the fraternity which has the most men initiated into our honorary. KAPPA KAPPA P I This organization has heen active on the Montana State College campus since its organization in 1907. NVe are a very active musical group composed entirely of men. We help lay the groundwork for hand concerts and aid in coordinating all music activities on the campus. Beta chapter here at MSC was installed as a national honorary in 1920. Our memhers are chosen from the college hand. Every Winter We sponsor a midnight organ hour at the Ellen Theatre. Row 1, L. to R.: Floyd Erps, Bill Cyr, Audy Baack, Emory Bull. Row 2: Edmund P. Sedivy, Jerry Simpkins, Lawrence Allsop, Lee Phillips, Jim Mcllhattan. Row 3: Richard Schlatter, Wayne Coursey, James Peterson, Hugh Collison. Not Pictured: Bob Mcllhattan. 'Q TAU BETA PI Established on the MSC campus in 1926, Tau Beta Pi is a national honorary recognizing engineering ability and fostering high scholastic at- taimnent. A junior must be in the upper U8 of his class to be eligible for membership, While a senior must be in the upper lf 5 of his class. Not only is its membership represented by students but also by a large percentage of the faculty in the Engineering Division. Interest in activities and personality traits are further qualifications for membership. Students and faculty alike have not only proven themselves in scholastic achievements but also We strive to display admirable qualities of character. We hold our initiation during Winter quarter and then climax the occa- sion with a large, Well stocked banquet. Row 1, L. to R.: Edwin Elpel, Warren Scarrah, Les Conger, George Mattson, Gerald Davidson, Don Rasmussen, George Thompson. Row 2: Wesley James, Lloyd Becraft, Lynn Fabian, James Goodfellow, Donald Evans, Dennis DuVall, Stu Dickey. 25 'm 7' url S ul.: ghd, :QM . A ELM 3 I 1 H I .. ,, ,milf 5. . In 5, ri' it ,aa Row 1. L. to R.: Bill Mora, Dick Morris, Bob Cummings, Mike Zunchich. Dick Sinclair. Jerry Pelzl. Row 2: Fritz Durfee. Ronald Eustance, Raymond Lembke, Toby Stapleton, Jerry Siderius. Don White, Row 3: Robert Warwood. Bill Lance. Boyd Hardy. Bob Terrell. Pat Andrews, George Miller. Grant Mosby, David Schmidt. Not Pictured: Bill Rahn, Ron Paige, Gene Olson. NATIONAL MILITARY SCIENCE HONORARY SCABB RD D BL DE Row 1, L, to R.: Everett McGlothin, James Peek. Bob Jones, Fired Balkovetz, Dick Nisbet, Don Hathaway. Wayne Gibson, Ted Molthen. Row 2: Mike Gallagher. Donald Hansen, John Slocombe. Charles Bentz, David Paisley. Raymond Nielson, Don Roesner, Melvin Schauer. Bruce Mercord, Fred Walter. Row 3: Alvin Ellis. Dave Stevens, Bill Slavens. Bob O'Neil. Don Evans George McCrea, Allan Tuthill, Lee Cronk, Dean Smith, Bruce Marlow, Charles Hanson, Ed Weiss. 259 i 4 ' ' ' - 'A ' '- 'MR zwzggglgy ,mf . , JU Row 1, L. to R.: Miss Lamb, Miss Barnes, Margaret Robinson, Liz Cantieny, Louise Kenney, Carol Senecal, Freda Chamberlin. Row 2: Mr, Blankenhorn, Warren Rhoades, Jerry Pelzl, Richard Anderson, John Campbell, Francis Berres. Row 3: Mr. Weber, Gayle Gibson, Donato Pensula, Robert Lewis, Larry Preston, Mr. Hendrickson. Not Pictured: Robert Tootell and Bruce Osborn. PI OMEGA PI What could be better than having fun While preparing for futures at the same time? We of Pi Omega Pi, the Commercial Science Honorary, believe this organization helps us a lot in many Ways. By sponsoring col- lege functions and depaitmental picnics, We Work to create interest in our field of study. In between times We keep busy Working toward better profes- sional commercial fields. All Commercial Science majors, be they secretaries, bookkeepers, or economists, are considered for this honorary. Interest in a career in the busi- ness field and an average of eighty in all commercial Work is required, while a seventy must be maintained in all other curriculum courses to be eligible foi membership in Pi Omega Pi. 260 PHI KAPPA PHI Exceptional academic ahilityl Phi Kappa Phi ranks top on the MSC campus for scholastic achievement. "The love of learning rules the worldn is our motto and we follow it closely, otherwise how else the honor? Would you like to have a letter sent to your parents, not for the ten-ten list of course, but we send letters of recognition to parents of students who are on the honor roll. For some this serves as real incentive. One group is composed of juniors, seniors, graduate students, and fac- ulty. So that you may know what is expected of you, the eligibility rates are as follows. Juniors must have a 2.5 minimum, and he in the upper 5M of their class. Seniors must have a 2.25 average and he in the upper IOW. Row l, L. to R.: Allen Hess, John Lawrence, Elizabeth DeFrate, Mrs. Gladys Roehm, Mrs. Doris B. Ward, Kolstad, Liz Cantieny, Frankie Hougaard, Pat Barney, Layton S. Thompson. Row 2: Gerald Davidson, Gary Murphy, B. L. Johnson, Louise Kenney, Alice Keene, Marjorie Vivian, Barnes, Grace Barber, Helen Steffan, Mary Jo Morton, Shirley Trotter. A Row 3: Clive R. Harston, Wesley P. James, Ron Paige, John W. Hurst, Warren P. Scarrah, Edwin O. W. Monson, Francis Cosgriff, Roy E. Huffman, Carl F. Kraenzel, Charles M. Cain Jr., Kathar Not Pictured: Donald E. Rasmussen, James L. Goodftllow, Mrs. Jo Ann Parris. 'wwf ' MMM WW' SPI... 1 Sylvia Leona . Elpel. ine Roy. ....,,..,.,.., . 18 HEBFSI .L '.f'xG:'-31' all I - 4.5:-ug :X 4 .EVN av, it-Y:-If .fs-sm " .4 if- ' 5. 261 Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities Scholarship, activities, citizenship, service to the college, leadership, and promise of future usefulness to business and society! Sounds like top-notch qualifications . . . and they are. Nominees are selected for this national honorary by a student-faculty administration in which any four year degree granting institution can par- ticipate. Seniors, juniors, and graduate students are eligible for nomination. Acceptance in the organization means recognition by the college the stu- dent attends and acceptance by the national organization. Methods and committee members remain anonymous unless released by the committee. Ardis Jean Allen Grace K. Balrber William H. Barclay Robert M. Black M. Elizabeth Cantieny Freda L. Chamberlin Hugh C. Collison Francis L. Durfee Myrtle G. Flaskerud Donald R. Graham Avis A. Griffith Valeria F. Handley Frankie D. Hougaard Alice M. Keene Sylvia Kolstad Noi-val L. Marsh Robert B. Mollerstuen I ' .3 4.2-"l.. W ""?f 262 Mary Jo Morton Ronald E. Paige Jean E. Painter James A. Posewitz William W. Roath David T. Schmidt Carol Z. Senecal Jerome D. Siderius David E. Street P. Elizabeth Tobey Richard A. Vognild Ronald D. Warzeka Donald H. White Glenelle Wood 1 Lb lx. ,. "4 NW and ul -Q, 'fe .' e ff. N fi K Xf - . J M . 5 THE. ATOMS gjgvzglggcziu nLceg'.5,gQ""'-'mmm "H efQff'fs2'?-F I 3-He 1w2mAZ. 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A? ,Qe7k QP '55EFf K Ami WmmlAAQ?m.m.m ,L .M-.IN Q ll 1957 :umm I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q 5 , Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q 351 I ' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I OLD TIMES Downtown Bozeman - 1930 Lou Howard and the Band Q V,- -0:-L-f--75 A - , .f-.H ,, 5 -f ff... ff '. ?f"g?I?"'M: ' ' adwr ' 1' Eflfsl' E - ' I ' . -Q . ,M , X I' J .'Y.'4n5'x fhfox WW' ' A ,I fx N ff .va pg, I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII xx' Row 1. L. to R.: Saadoon Abbass, Kotturi Murthi, Faud Kerio, Nyunt Maung, Bob Watterbere: Miguel Rojas, Samir Maamary, Guido Garguilo, Takeshi Utsumi. Row 2: Mirza Beg. Mamerto Totaan, Lottie Glaser, Lucretia Kao, Aniceta Totaan. Mrs. Renne, Abboud Kerio, President Renne, Yen Lin Lee. Barbara Divers, Katherine Alexiou, Federico Skodnik, Row 3: Mr. Grieder, Haakon Steinko-pf, Hirendra Ghose, Michail Michail. Paul Maranian, Rauf Khan, Jose Laurido, Faud Iskander, Tun Tin, Hla Chit Tin, Thi Han, Charles Liu. Kung'-Wei Hsiao, Maurice Melendez, Man Mohan Gill. Row 4: Jack Sepilian. Hassan Hamid, Hla Than Win, Mansur Ferdous, Bhochara Panyadibhya, Ruth Rodriguez, Jerry Shi-Kuang Yao, John Kassis, Sen Lin Lee, Ko Than Tun, Ralph Rodriguez, Wah Sang Kong, Myint Tin. Adel Ghashim. Not Pictured: Faik A. Abdullah, Mohsen Admadi, Than Ba, Ronald Carnelli. Robert Chrzanowski. Benjamin Crabbe, Malcolm T, Daniel, Es- mayle Fassih, Doon Chin Fay, John Gow, David Laidlaw, Yu Liao, Robert Livingston, Wei-June Lu. Osvaldo B. Marrero, Nyunt Maung, Thi Han Maung, Thant Myo, Leo C. Nadeau, Shwe Hla Pru, Thaune Sein. Young Hyo Shin. Eduardo F. Serrano, Ray A. Snyder, Paul Chung-I Chaing. George Than Tun, I TER ATIO L CLUB The purpose of our very unique and highly worthwhile organization is to help promote international understanding, to enable students from other countries to estab- lish American contacts, and to enable Americans to establish more and better personal contacts in other countries. The members of our club sponsor annually a semi-formal dance called the Inter- national Ball. The main purpose of the all-school International Ball is to better acquaint us as foreign students with other members of the student body at Montana State College. We meet every other Week and try to have a guest speaker at each meeting to discuss problems of international interest. After the iformal' part of our meeting is over. We adjourn, sometimes going to a faculty home for further discussion. Other times we just sit and talk over personal problems. f. ri A -QL 5 2 wwws wuwww t, f Row l, L. to R.: Freda Chamberlin, Zoe Parkin, Pauline Bushnell, Joan Laurie, Ruth Grosswiler. Row 2: Janie Murphy, Patsy Kinchella, Sharon Foote, Lynn Hoefert, Jean Painter, Sharon Apple, Barbara Reitch. Row 3: Charliene Irwin, Bonnie Norling, Mona Gi'patrick, Lois Warmbrod, Jo Anne Fulbright, Barbara Coday. PA HELLEN IC COUNCIL The Panhellenic Council is composed of two members of each sorority on campus. The president and one other member of the sorority usually comprises the two. It is the governing body for the sororities and we as members strive to promote inter- sorority fellowship. Officers of Panhell are chosen on a rotation basis and representatives to Panhellenic are elected by their own sorority. One of the major activities we promote is the sorority-fraternity exchange dinners at different intervals throughout the year. A coffee hour program is also being carried on this year. There is also what we call a Iunior Panhellenic Council. This council is made up of the president of each pledge class along with one representative. It serves the same purpose as the regular Panhell. They sponsored a dance winter quarter. Last fall quarter they sent two girls from each pledge class to serve dinner at the fraternity houses to raise money for the Worlcl University Service. 1 I TERFRATER ITY COUNCIL The longhancl spelling of IFC is Inter-Fraternity Council. Organized to promote hrotherhood among social fraternities on campus. Comhined efforts of the fraternities have hettered the community through our past projects such as redecorating the old folks home and sponsoring the Red Cross Blood Drive along with Panhellenic. Two delegates from each house composes IFC, usually the president and one elected memher. VVe plan to organize intra-mural sports to help round out college life. Our main activity is to keep friendly cooperation and competition among the eight fraternities on campus. This often involves long meetings and many hours of discussion trying to work out satisfactory solutions to situations which involve the members of MSC,s fraternities. Some- how we always seem to leave agreed or at least with tentative plans to agree. Row 1, L. to R.: Rex Turco, Bob lVlollerstucn, R. K. Sinclair, Doug Armstrong, Roy Lashway, Don White. .lolin Woodmansey. Row 2: Don Graham, Lee Cronk, Joe Redfield, Wiley Baldwin, Gary Thom, Frank Crosser, Dan Balzer. Not Pictured: Jerry Siderius, Bob Anderson. V - Yagi' R ft , I , , ,Ai 6 551' " rg ' I is Q61 MSC FLYING CG-OP The Flying Co-op was organized on the MSC campus in 1946 by a group of students who wanted to learn to fly and have fun at the same time. The real reason we became organized as the Flying Co-op is that someone told us two could live cheaper than one, and we took it to heart. Instead, however, of just two people organizing this club to learn to fly at a very reduced rate, several fellows helped in 1946, and as a result, we today are the ones benefiting the most. Gals as well as fellows take advantage of belonging to our Flying Co-op. Some of us are learning to fly for our own personal enjoyment while others will, after graduation, use their experience in some branch of the Armed Forces and may even become jet flyers. XVhatever the reason may be, we have a good time while learning to fly. Our Co-op has its own plane and for a small charge any member of the group, who has obtained his pilots license, may use this plane. XVe fly to all different parts of the U. S. to compete with other Flying Co-op mem- bers and in the spring we fly to the national convention where we are usually lucky enough to bring back at least one trophy. Row 1, L. to R.: Norman Vine, Hayes Bryan, Harvey Hollandsworth, Jim Stradley, Don Tracy, Bill Lance. Row 2: Leigh Johnson, Norval Marsh, Roger Lippert, Bill Olson, Royce Hicks, Don Johnson, Dick Roehm. Row 3: Jim Higgins, Ron Purdum, Ken Wiegand, Gary Murphy, Bill Rahn, Al Van Hemelryek, Bruce Vaughan, Bob Warren. Row 4: Raymond Danielson, Art Allison, Dan Keil, Al'en Skillman, Ken McDougal, Allan Hodges, Steve Cok. Not Pictured: Wiley Baldwin, Leslie Heathcote, Denny Perry, Marlin Stephen, Robert Wairwood, Bill Woods, Nicholas Helburn, Melvin Fisher, John Bowker, Fred Dasenbrock, Melvern Nelson, Larry Anderson. 9 au , ima. ,Mi as .,.Y . H . li.: J L 9: Y ij. was' .., it x -ui CJ 7 . Q z Row 1, L. to R.: Kay Williams, Barbara Carlson, Joseph Fitch. Jane Riegel, Charles Hash, Karen Munson, Marian Hankins, Garland Strother. Row 2: R. E. Carroll, Jim Larson, Jack Wolfe, Carl Smith, R. H. Pavlicek, John T. Hoenshell, Les Muchmore. Fred Scherrer. Not Pictured: Audrey Almy, Mary Lou Thomas, Tom Sandenaw, Neil Roberts. SOCK D BU KIN CLUB To he very literal Sock and Buslcin means comedy and tragedy. It is a local service organization for anyone having done any Work along the line of drainatics or is at all inter- ested in any of the various phases of draniatics. Each quarter the inemhers of our organization presents a dramatic production forthe students at MSC and the general puhlic. Besides the acting that we all do, the ineinhers of our organization handle the lighting, costuining, advertising, husiness, makeup, and whatever else there is that goes with a dramatic production. VVe have a lot of fun hut often the long hours of rehearsals and re-reliearsals seein endless. The end-product is always Worth the effort and the source of much satisfaction for us all. .dx--, -aws- 4 '91 .. 5355 ,Q 271 MN? A 1 5 at -4 R U, :IWW Ag,- Q 'I . . .-wg .ing , .,,., M , 0 s .if sr, , . ,. X , R jfgx X f rx wr :gl . 5 , F .5 , I . 1 ' Q 1 'Y' ' f " G Pi M113 . A ' 'L- S5' in f., . ' X x :, . my N16 My in 4 1 if S 6:x S9 ' S' K yligi icky'-'ggi . I A 'V Y qi' ' 1 , 1 .H 1 4 if-x Q 2 if. Ya -K I I A' .Q-my . 4 Row 1, L. to R.: Ami Loaney, Kathy Henry. Judy Neubert, Edgar Icenoggfle, Roxie Stillman, Maxine Yaeger, Iris Hughes. Row 2: Bill Lowney. Dan Fraser, Barbara Rice, Betty May Stilson, Theresa Gaffney, Pat Parke-r. Hazel Papke, Barbara Buck- ingham, Joy Thompson, Myra Corbitt. Row 3: Fred May, Gordon E. Rodewald. Dan Paynich, W. G. Sanderson, Jerry Miller, Lewie Brock. Chuck McGlothlin, Billy Icenoggle. Don Edwards, Bill Skelton, George Brock, R. H. Begeman. Row 4: Doug' Pitsch. Glenn Gustafson, Ronnie Davis, Miles Connelly, Vincent Hecker, Bob Burns, Donald Rhea, Len Joppa, Bill Bucklin, George Ortner, Bud Heaney, Steve D, LeC0mple. Rodeo Club The Rodeo Club is a happy group, We always have '1 Good time regardless of surroundings. Our C cn an similar background and common interest holds us together in pursuit of rodeoing and good times. Dairy Science Club To further the dairy industry throughout the state and here at MSC is our main objective. Anyone Who is a dairy production or dairy manufacturing major can belong to the Dairy Science Club. Row 1, L. to R.: Lee Adami, Norval Marsh, John Taylor. Row 2: J. C. Boyd. Kaye Bergman, Mansur Ferdolrus, Jane Roseneau, John L. Brence. Row 3: Ernest Christie, Erwin Smith, J. A. Nelson. E. A. Keyes, Gary Lee Watt. Y: J, 9 gi ii' f!! fy. 5 fir .Q S! sig :il ri-lg 1in nn ummmammmuuwnmn mwuinnmnmnnnu--mmnumrw--uw-.t-.-M. nv,-m ,,,f , ' CWA, Q, ,,., if , y N5 4 is ..,, X 441 f X lx e -1 ' 'C'ZZ'2' "Z""'J' may Row l, L, to R.: Sylvia Kolstad, Carol Jean Mathews, Barbara Cook, Dorothy Redekopp, Pat Paulson. Row 2: Carol Ann Bradshaw, Lois Reichman, Frankie Hougaard, Janet Tobey, Karen Keyes, Barbara Reitsch. Row 3: Wayne Woosley, Frank Carter, Roland Scherer, Lefty Danielson, Jim Anderson, Sam Weeks, Square and Compass Club The main purpose of Square and Compass Club is to provide for fun and friendships among the stu- dents Who have been or are presently affiliated with any Masonic organization. VVe meet twice monthly for sessions of business, refreshments, and a program which usually includes an outside speaker or a panel which is of interest to all of us. Inter-Church Council This council is made up of two members from each church youth organization and We strive for a closer harmony among all of the groups during the year. Our biggest project of the year is sponsoring a chapel service each Weekday morning at 7:30 in the Danforth Chapel. ICC sponsors a "progressive dinnern each winter quarter and works closely with Religious Emphasis Wfeek Committees. Row 1, L. to R.: Bill Shipley, Jim Christiansen, Larry Mee, Lloyd Richmond. Row 2: Colleen Hahn. Velma Bergstrom, Tom White, Bob Pomajevich, Claudia McLeod, Bunny Malmstad. Row 3: Beverly Greenwald, Bill Olson, Da.vid Munroe, Don White, Leslie Breeden. Betty Strang. A4554 M J FU' 5 ll 274 he 'wa ff' E 4 4 ,..,-,-asm'-.--W. .X W Ut 13. Row 1, L. to R.: Douglas Plummer, Heloshi Kusumoto, Carl G. Dowrey Row 2: H. Walter Anderson, E. Phil Maronick, Ruthyn Voigt, William H. Larson, Gary Flightner Row 3: Jerold Hanto, Wesley James, Kenneth Bandow, Floyd Haugen, Richard Runge Not Pictured: M. J. Adams, Ted Benson, George Cassun, Vernon Charlton, John Coates Hugh Corn, Robert T, Cum mines, James Dahl, Duane Enger, Lynn Fabian, Michael Fargo. Philip Farnes, Terry Footer, William Fraser, Harold Gercn, Gerald Heath, Richard T. Holzworth, George Isaacson, Fred H. Johnson, Roger Johnson, Larry Kaber, James C. Kaiseman. Richard Kanemasu, James K, Kayser, James W. Kimball, Stephen Kologi. Robert Lack, Donald Lantz Carl Maehl, Michail Mlchail, Ted Morse, George Munyer, Richard Nagle, Dennis Nottingham, George Olson, A. D Paulson, Robert Perlman, Bill Poppie, Ronald Richmond, Claude Sargent. Deane Shaver, Bill Shipley, Maynard Si menson, Richard Wegner, Larry Wetstein, Willis Wetstein, Gerald Willett, SCE Written longhand ASCE spells American Society of Civil Engineers. We received our charter on the MSC campus in 1934 and have been advancing in the field ever since. The purpose of this society is to hold discussions that will help in the ad vancement of the CE majors. We hold Weekly meetings to give the students an incite into the important engineering problems of the present time. At some meetings We take turns reporting on the current CE projects and the new trend in the profession. At other meetings We have a guest speaker or a panel discussion hy student members. Although this society is open to any engineering student, the majority of the members are CE majors. A IMAL I DU TRY CLUB Any student enrolled in agriculture and Whose major interest lies in ani- mal husbandry may belong to this club. VVe promote and increase the interest among the students of animal husbandry, bringing about a closer relationship among the men pursuing some phase of this subject, and also promote a higher scholastic standard among the students of animal industry. An honorary member may be any person who is actively identified with livestock interests and is voted into the club by unanimous vote of the club members. Meetings are scheduled regularly each month, and at the meetings We try to bring in a speaker who will be of interest to the club members. Often We have a special movie Which demonstrates different phases of animal industry. Nutrition, disease, marketing, and all of the other problems in our field are our main interest. Row 1, L. to R: Vic Hoxsey, Lloyd Berg, Edwin Warehime, Jess Garfield, Sid Turnquist, Allen Turvey, Ernest Becker. Row 2: Dr. O. O. Thomas, Bill Denecke, Jim Higgins, Harold Strobel, Keith Stebbins, J. W. Melott, Edgar Icenoggle. Not Pictured: Dave Gibbs, Bill Langley, Marvin Nelson, Alvin Ellis, Mr. Willson, A.rt Hoversland. Mr. Flower, Mr. Dynes. Z" 7 ' 3 S K M3 .- 5,1 . is Q' Q K , L L. . 'if 27 CGLLEGE - H CLUB i'To Make the Best Betterv is our mottol All former 4-H members have the privilege of joining this club. The opportunity to travel, visit foreign countries, try new costumes and meet people is ours through the International Farm Youth Exchange. We sponsored an open house Fall Quarter for the Mon- tana IF YE's. One of our other major functions is helping the 4-H Club Con- gress each fall for outstanding 4-H members of Montana. More of the many activities are: the information booth during High School Week served by the 4-Hers, the enjoyable hayrides and parties, the reports on National 4-H Club Congress and National Camp along With other trips taken by several of our members each year. Our club is quite large but We find a lot in common through our experi- ences in 4-H Club Work. We Work together, promoting leadership and fellow- ship Within our organization. Row 1, L. to R.: Bob Mcllhattan, Benny Beaudry. Toby Stapleton, Row 2: Bob Woodmansey. Jim Newman. Bob Watterberg, Dave Kathman, Wayne Gibson. Gary Murphy, James Ross, Row 3: Esther R. Brekke, JoAnn Fulbright. Irene Johnson, Leona Franz. Verle Lanier, June Long. Ruth Harlow, Carol Helterline, Donna Helterline. Row 4: Margaret Jones, Della Hanson, Katherinette Malone, Donna Halverson. Carol Kleffner, Dorothy Potts, Betty Pearson, Margo Yates, Virginia Nauman, Sharen Vallance. Row 5: Jane Smith, Carole Logan. Mary Jean Lewellen, Marlene McPherson, Janet Koerner, JoAnn Kralich. Helen Miller, Lorraine O'Boyle, Phyllis Noel, Mary Mendel, Bev Hart. Row 6: Don Moore. Gery Moore, Phil Malcolm, Erline Gustafson, James Hill, Bruce Malcolm, Russell Johnson, David Kimball, Spencetr Smith, John F. Taylor, Don Freshour, Jim Quanbeck. Not Pictured: Sandy Brainard, Janice Cole, Randa Jean Colvill, David Drivdahl. Emil Drivdabl, Effie Enneberg, Myrtle Flaskerud, Margaret Fartner, Janice Jacobson, Matthew James, Marvin Koskela, Larry Lindstrand, Ellen McCracken, Tom McMillan, Murnell Mikkelson, Charlene Niebel, Karen Olson, Kathy Paige. Joe Pepper, Mary Schneekloth. Janis Strong, Lee Swan, Deanna Swenson, Bert Thurber, Dorothy Wills, George Slaneer. 2 Row Row Row Row Row Not ,Av A lv I 1, L. to R.: Helen Jacobsen, Norma Nesheim, Sherlene Roark, Janice Remsh, Caryl Noyes. Yen Lin Lee. 2: Janice Shoen, Laurine Sanderson, Marie Hudson, Martha Emi h, Allene Hanson, Priscilla Poynter. Marzee Meadows, Jeannette Frank lin, Marlene Payne, Ellen Bjork. 3: Roberta Moe, Ann Painter, Barbara Wellington, Joan Eenew, Kay Kirell, Virginia Sagin. Evah Jean Gentry, Esther Greiner Sharon Gae Hardgrove, Barbara Harper, Juanita Williams, Donna Grove. 4: Jean Newkirk, Donna Carney, Gail Halpin, Helen Brock. Faye Cauffman, Elmira Parke, Dixie Hofland, Barbara Baril. Eileen Im monen. Rose Applegate, Sandra Ott, Antonie Hauptstein, Erna Rae Toal Mathison, Margy Tucker. 5: Dorothy Rohrer. Jacqualine Sipes, Julie Harris, Calvene Tyvand, Dorothy Potts, Pat Myrhow. Merry Smith, Kathy Winiecki Barbari Wagner, Beverly Mehling, Carol Levin, Elaine Stenslie, Shirley Tennant, Billie Lynch. Pictured: Lisbet- Anderson, Gail Larson, Phyllis Pendergrass, Audrey Remely, Barbara Shnman. MSS Any student enrolled in nursing is eligible for membership in MSSNA which is the abbreviation for Montana State Student Nursing Association. We have members both on campus and in the affiliated hospital units which are located at Billings, Butte, and Great Falls. The purpose of the club is to further interest in nursing and give us a chance to decide which branch of the nursing field We would like to enter. At the monthly meetings, We discuss the problems and benefits of the nursing profession, also many of our programs feature guest speakers who discuss relevant problems. The main activity outside of nursing is the sponsoring of mixers for the student body. These activities help the nurses become better acquainted with the Whole organization and promote Work in the nursing profession. 2 Row 1. L, to R.: Betty Mae Stilson, Mary Delaney, Aldona Klisis. Pat Johnson, Carole Foldla, Della Hanson, Phyllis Noel, Shonny Norman, Beverly Hart. Joan Hill. Row 2: Mary Mendel. Blanch E. Grieve. Randa Colvill, Marilyn Youngquist, Georgia Sohl, Patricia Fitzgerald, Margaret Metcalfe, Janis Lee Strong. Florence Steensland, Geraldine Wolfe, Janice Jacobson, Nona Lord, Norma Kay Jenni. Row 3: Charlene Niebel, Carol Ann Bradshaw, Effie Enneberg, Ella Rae Elser, Donna Johnson, Sharril Mulkins, Marion O'Brien, Lorraine O'Boyle. Carole Logan, Shirley Brandt, Deanna Dyer, Joyce Kramer, Barbara Buckingham, Jane Smith, Row 4: Jeanne Wood. Mary Schneekloth, Dolores Merritt, B. Bethine Bigej, Irene Boelts, Jeanne Rausch, Marilyn Lowle, Ann Sandberg, Leta Levin, Diane Lauer, Murnell Mikkelson, Louise Anderson, Carol Peterson, Diane Johnson. Barbara Murray, Donna Sinclair, Laura Ward. Not Pictured: Ferna Allen, Carol Beatty. Sharlin Bruner, Janice Cole, Mary Cooley, Myrt Flaskerud, Sharon Foote, Margaret Gartner, Donna Halverson, Louise Herrin, Virginia Hill, Irene Johnson, Molly Keenan. Joyce Kent. Dorothy King. JoAnn Kralich, Karen Olson, Pat Paulsen. Barbara Ruppel, Frances Scoville, Carole Smith, Margaret Sowle, Deanna Swenson, Joy Thompson, Rebecca Vvhite, Darlene Whitmore. HO E EC CLUB Formed in 1895, we can be sure we are correct when we say the Home Ec. Club is one of the oldest on the MSC campus. However old our club may be, the quality of the members remains on top, We hope. Each year we raise money to provide a scholarship award for an out- standing girl enrolled in our department. One of our projects to raise this money is selling coffee and doughnuts to the worn out faculty and students during both days of registration of each quarter during the regular school year. We donlt believe in the saying, all work and no play, so We have a picnic each spring to which the members of the Ag. Club are always invited. Row Row Row Row Not H 81 PE CLUB Ever attended a Class C district or state basketball tournament, or been in the near vicinity when one has been in procession? You will see the mem- bers ofthe H 61 PE Club selling concessions, ushering, changing signs, directing lost people and mopping up spilled pop. Recently We have sponsored district tournaments, and also last year, sponsored the state tourney that was held here. The money We receive from the profits goes into a fund set up to make loans to Junior and Senior PE majors, our spring party and a few miscellaneous items such as buying a phonograph for Dolphins, sending out post cards once a month to members and money for dried out tempera paint. Soon the new Health and Physical Education Building will get full use and the athletic department will undoubtedly take over our duty as sponsors for the benefits received, but H 61 PE Club Will succeed never-the-less. 1, L. to R,: Dawn Rhine, Betsy Edwards. Judy Gleason, Karen Vischer, Myra Corbitt. Bette Lowery, Phyllis Miller. Hazel Papke. 2: Lois Fleharty. Ida Newman, Genevieve Feda, Mary Bunn Johnson, Sarah Newman, Theresa Gaffney, Faye Chapman, Sonja Larson Dena Pappas. Gerry Murphy, Barb Conoway. 3: Kim Miller, Dick Adler, Lloyd Clark, Dan Nordlund, David Sauvageau, Jim Bawden, Ralph Ertz, Gene Hauck, Ted Ackerman. 4: Kermit Rolandson, Chuck Gouin. Andy Matson, Pat Gravage, Joe Redfield. Gary D. Cotton, Don Byers. Pictured: Pat O'Brien, Kelly Slotsve, Sue Rivenes, alia.: 0 ROW ROW Row Row Not COLLEGIATE F F A YV e are an organization of the future Smith-Hughes teachers, and most of us have been Future Farmers in high school. Our largest project is sponsoring the annual state FFA convention held here on the MSC Campus. Delegations from high schools, along with advisors from all over the state are sent to compete in these contests. Each year We sponsor a turkey raffle at Thanksgiving time, and We also go in with the 4-H Clubs for judging during the VVinter Fair. Each quarter, one of our meetings is highlighted by a smoker and Winter quarter We have a dinner dance with our Wives and girls. Our organization is designed as a teaching device as Well as a friendly club for Ag Ed,s. 1, L. to R.: Charles Ferris. Hugh Maxwell. William Ochs, Jim Lewis, Bill Woods. 2: Leo L. Knuti, Don Freshour, Bob Reiquam, Cliff Peters, Charles Egan, Bill Rahn, Frank Carter, Tom McCormick, Robert Hanson, Gilbert Dallas, H. E. Rodberg. 3: L. E. Thayer, LeRoy Luft, Vince Keogh, Vern Dahlstrom. Lanny Baumann, Gordon Overby. Donald Gill, Holgrim Hollo, Doug Arm- strong, Ollie Hammersmark, Doug Smith, Sidney Sutherland, Halver, M. Skinner, J. M. Harrington. 4: Ron Paige, Wesley Budke, Bud Heaney, Ed Giebel, Greg Bennett, Joe Rose, Robert Lowery. Russell Johnson, Jay Anderson, Alfred Cook, Einar Brosten, Dale Simon, Jack Alles, Leland L. Holstine, Emil Kondelik, J. D. McDonnell. Donald Owen. Pictured: Lloyd Rixe, James McDonnell, Fredrick Scherrer, Keith Burnett, Kenneth Owen. Emory Bull, Ronald Black, Gordon Rodewald, Charles Greene, Richard Smith, Merrill Armstrong, Norval Marsh, - ' RTT!! Q-in --v 'ili- 0 RQ Rom 1 L to R.: Robert Linse, Fred Walter. Gordon Spaberg, Kenneth Nei, Don Crain, Robert Walter, Joe Chenoweth, George Thompson. Thomas Bersuch. Row 2 Glenn Streets. Allan Tuthill, Ronald L, Afdahl, Thaddeus Modzelewski, Clarence Wahl, Ken Barber, Don White, Dave Schmidt. Mick McN1col, Don Frieling, Roy Wells, Hugh Collison. Row 3 R, C. Challender, Tom White, George T. Ratzlaff. Fred Beatty, Rupert F. Nesbitt, William L. Arnold. Darrel Hillman, Mike Gallagher. Arnold Mikkelson. Thoma.s Gill. Row 4 Leslie R. Conger, Robert E. Zimdar, Larry G. O'Del1, Virgil D. Deppmeier, F. Richard Wocasek, Wayne Rossbacher, Saadoon Abbass. Alvin Balzer, Lloyd L. Hanson, Alexander Laport, Robert H. Davis. ASME The purpose of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers is to de- velop mechanical engineering and to keep us, as members, informed of the new ideas that are developing in the ME field. Also it is to help us profes- sionally in the future. There is an organization of this kind located on the campus of nearly every engineering school in the United States. Each year, if we have enough money, We send one or more delegates to the northwest convention. These delegates always luring back a great deal of valuable engineering knowledge. Anyone who is enrolled in mechanical engineering is eligible for member- ship in this group. Through the activities of the ASME we get to know our own classmates lietter and learn the potentialities of engineering as a profession. 12 282 Promoting Industrial Skills Row 1. L. to R,: Gary Murphy, Royce Hicks. Homer S. Bennett. Row 2: John E. Bentley. Brendan Murphy, Norm Vine, Gale Dahlman. Row 3: Glenn Nielsen, Bill Olson, Richard Keil, Sidney Gilbertson. Row 4: Richard Whittet, Robert A. Parker, Donald Johnson. Row 5: Ralph Kenk, Gerald Hoffman, Jess Baker. DUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row L. to R.: Stan Welstling, Don Phoy, Don Decker, Fred Leach, Ken Ewing. Darrel Albert, Rudy Kratofil, Keith Bjornethun, Lon Crumley, Don French Dave Pirker, DeForrest Freeman, Reay English, Dale Enger. Jerry Skaggs, William Jones, Don Rydeen. Tom Halpin, John Gow, Alden Hamann. Allen Lien, Earl Rolland, R. D. Bollard, Glen A.'Rose. Mike Zunchich, Bob Cummings. Russel Redpath, Ed Weintraub, Doug DeVol. Row 1, L. to R.: Bob Mcllhattan, Verle Lanier, Boyd Hardy, Spencer Smith. Kirk Rhea, Lloyd C. Rixe. Row 2: Bob Warren, Stan Welborn, Mack Cole, Don Graham, Gordon Darlington, L, E, Thayer, Don Freshour. Row 3: Lee Cronk, Russell Johnson. Don Gill, Duane Arneklev, Gail Patton, Edwin Warehime, Ron Paige, Tom McCormick. Row 4: Jack B. Taylor, Bob Woodmansey, Pat McDermott, Tom Evans, Jim Pugh, Ollie Hammersmark. Ervin Smith, Marvin Nelson, Mike Layton. AG CLU Row 1. L. to R.: Dave Kathman, William Ochs, Don Christensen, Row 2: LeRoy D. Luft, Bob Redman, Jay Anderson. Danny Watts, Kenneth V. Rhea, Curtis Dassonville. Row 3: Ted Morrow, Dave Kimball. Bradford Knapp, Doug Armstrong, Jerry Evans, Don Noteboorn, Den McDonnell, Donald Owen. Row 4: Jim Quanbeck, Harold Farris, Louis Harper, John Taylor, George Klises, Ken Owen, James Ross. Robert Martin, Joe Rose, Ron Graham Dave Whitham. Uni, -, M! 34' , ,,.. feel M . A Dedicated to the Advancement of Agriculture 28 -W O Row 1, L. to R.: Sonja Larson, Pat O'Brien. Myrt Flaskerud, Deanna Swenson, Irene Johnson. Row 2: Dorothy Redekopp. Patricia Anderson, Calvene Tyvand, Mary Bergren. Allene Hanson, Marilyn Youngduist, Shari Gron- beck, Connie Foss. Row 3' Chuck Pegg. Lenny Erickson, Jimmy Hill, Marvin Anderson, Bert Rice, Eugene Levang. Robert Mollerstuen, Russel John- son. Donald Rydeen. Row -1: Conrad Roseburg, Keith Forester. Bob Wandke. Charles Simonsen, Joe Harchenko, Jay Doie., Albert McCloy, Norman An- ClGI'SOI1. Lutheran tudents Association The main objective of our group is to work for spiritual faith and inspiration Within all of us, through fellowship and worship. This year we are exceptionally fortunate because a Lutheran Counselor has been assigned to our group. Only this year, Mrs. Pat Anderson has taken this posi- tion and already she has strengthened our LSA organi- zation. Wesley Foundation Students ol' the Methodist faith belong to this group. Each Sunday night at 5:30 PM., we meet for our two hour meeting. After a delicious supper has been eaten we settle down for the more serious matters of the meeting. Sometimes We arc honored by having a guest speaker who stimulates our religious thinking or talks to us about some current World problem, but We usually organize group discussions centering around our own everyday problems. Ron 1, L. to R.: Joan Hill, Katlierinette Malone. Betty Lou Kolokotrones, Donna McClure, Jacciualin Sipes, Virginia Hill, Kay Westlake. Row 2: Helen Miller, Joyce Keif. Barbara Wagner. Evan Jean Gentry, Margaret Jones. Karen Munson, Marilyn Hood. Claudia Hardy, Helen Jacobsen, Margo Yates. Row 3: Lanny Baumann. Pete Lowe. Edwin Flower, Tom White, Gordon Thompson. Kim Miller. Ernest Karlsen, Willie Kindzer- ski. Gerald Hill, Gordon Sargent. Row 4: Lefty Danielson, Don White, Jim Anderson, Wayne J, Daley, Dan Eaciret, Jimmy Pepper, Blake Zinnecker, Lawrence Lindstrand, Davie Hueseman, Keith France, Don Freshour. Row 1, L. to R.: Faye Chapman, Lois Fleharty, Joan Drew, Mary Lou Friedt, Marlene Hill, Maureen Cassels, Glenelle Wood, Pam McCabe. Ann Purcell, Anita Hopcus, Barbara Buckingham, Kay LaF'ond, Judy McPhee. Joan L. Solf, Margaret Gartner. Row 2: Jesse A. Suinpter, Marshall Guile. Frank Friskt, Jill Burleigh, Carol Helterline, Francis Scoville. Betty Pearson. Carole Burke, Patty Murphy, Esther Greiner, Pat Johnson, Marvin Woodring. Dick Ulilrich, Charles Solf. Row 3: Duane Rohrer, Dick Moos. Dick Nagle. Vincent Hecker. Jerry Hietpas, Marion O'Brien, Louise Anderson, Patty Hopcus, Jeanne Joubert, Pat McDermott, Hugo Tureck, Roxy 4: Edwin Elpel, John Walsh, David Kathman, Ted Runyan, Tom Balcer, Barbara Carlson, Sharon Fiskum, Ted Scoyille. Dick Hecker, Donna Helterline. Al Rangitsch. Tom Evans, Bob Martin. Row 5: Michael Zimmerman, Frank Campbell, Eueene Koch, Larry Antonich, Georee Cassun, Brendan Murphy, Dick Wocasek, Row 6: Laney Hanzel, Fr. Burns, John Newman. Canterbury Club Twice a Week we, as members of the Episcopal faith, meet to become better acquainted and to further our spiritual interests. One of these meetings is a bright and early seven ot-lock service at the campus' own Danforth Chapel. Every Sunday night we have a buffet supper with discussions on various phases of the church. This year "The History of the Christian Churchl' has been our over-all topic. Newman Club Contrary to other church youth groups we hold our meetings in the morning. lVe gather at the Cath- olic Church for nine o'clock Mass and communion on the first Sunday of each month. After this we gather in the church basement for a hot breakfast. and some- times get into hot discussions. Twice each month we get together to talk over topics of interest and discuss problems in daily life. Row 1, L. to R.: Dave Street, John Reeder, Francis Lachicotte, Rev. Robert L. Bettinger, Norm Heywood, Darrell Rohrclanz. Ken Keyes, Ted Dailey. Rov: 2: Karen Keyes, Sue Keller, Mary Johnson. JOHN HODDer. Barbara Cooke, Jean Painter, Valerie Lehrl-zincl, Carol Mockel. Kathleen Henry. Rose Applegate, George Conkey. Row 3: Mrs. Conkey, Phyllis Keller. Beit Keene. Pat BHITIGY. Nancy Lichtwardt. Barbara Reitsh. Bernice Benson. Mary Ann Mc- Ginnis, Faye Couffman. Gerry Day. N , ' ik' 1 J Kill' QD I- V54 lr r x Row 1. L. to R.: Curtis Dassonville, Daniel A. Nordlund, Neal Egan, Frank Landon,G1enn Flatt, Blake Zinnecker, Gordon Rafdal. Row 2: Dick Roehm, Loren Sax, Lloyd Clark, Dean Tavenner. Del Layman. Jim Kelly, Gary Cotton, Andy Matson, Harold Walker, Dick Adler, Jerry Siderlus. Row 3: Donald Byers, Bill Icenoegle, Ron Harcharik, Dave Pirker, Buck Gaustad, Leslie Breeden. Herbert Robe-rts. Chuck Church, Ev McGloth1in, Jim Posewltz, Delbert Pasha, Ace Cacciatore. " " Club If you bought a raffle ticket for a chance to go to the game in Little Rock, Arkansas, you may have no- ticed a blue jacket with leather sleeves and a gold "Mn on the chest. This is the official uniform of the "MH Club. Some of our other activities include sponsoring Mom and Dads Day each fall, a picnic in the spring, and a year-round job of helping to promote traditions on campus. IEE American Institute of Electrical Engineers is what the initials above spell out. We meet once a month to further our interests in electrical engineering. At these meetings we are fortunate in almost always hav- ing a guest speaker. Some of the functions of our group are Smokers, High School Week activities, Mortar Board Carnivals, and picnics. Row 1, L. to R.: Cliff Congdon, Edwin Elpel. Don Tracy, Charles Cox, Floyd Erps, Jerry Sneddon, Dick Espeland. ROW 21 Jaflk Fallefy Leslie MCCOY. Ted Hippely, George Cochran, Willard Booth, Ed Molthen, Charles B. Sykes. Row 3: Clinton Scott, Sterling Stetson, Robert Gunderson, Lawrence Dernbach, George Frickle, Art Allison, Ellis Simon, Robert Rector, John Newman, Leroy Haidle, Row 4: Robert Watson, Darrell Bywater, Allyn Forsman, Darrell Johnson, Marvin Christiansen, Robert Pomajevich, Walt Rus sell, Joseph Carlisle, Tom Ramsbacher, Richard Larson. Row 5: John Woodmansey, J. M. Bartlemay. Tom Pemberton, Lynn Owens, John Karvinen, Frank Friedt, George Miller, Jim Goodfellow, Dennis Duvall. SKI CLUB Each year during the Winter quarter is when We are the most active. Of course there is a very obvious reason for this. Although We are active mainly only Winter quarter, We are busy planning for many activities throughout the year. Probably the most important of these activities is the annual Ski Club Carnival. Ski team members from several other schools come to MSC the Weekend of this Ski Carnival to compete with each other as well as with the members of the MSC Ski team. The Bridger Bowl, only in use since 1955, has been the site of many sprained ankles, broken legs, and an "awful lot of mighty cold people!" How- ever cold as we may get, We still have a Wonderful time. Joes 4 1+ If -K All ERT! I G ll' A if +1 1- f 1+ 1 -x if 4 if it ,K +1 4 ll- I IIE bu.s'inc.s.s' that c'onsifi'crS i1' .s'c'lf immune lo 1710 11C'c'c'.5:si1'y Of fIIlUCl'ffSiIlQ' sooncr or lafcr finds ilsvlf immzmc fo IJII.S'iHC.S'S. -D. BRQWN 19 TH 97 1 EDITIUN 99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999 S524 Q Q Q Q Q 9999999999999999999999999999 9999999 0 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Q GLD TIMES ' , I . . ,V "aQ-Yinnx'-' wfnvyggsgwf ' f gr .. 'f 'll - Montana Hall and Campus - 1929 wji Q Advertising Q 5 Q ,, ' 'Ti f f af',4'? ? 'w7 ' I ii?" - Q I I m m In 5 3 k k 3 Q A I. ' ' .YM 'mf fmfmimfm - A - Aakhus, Margaret M, .,,,,,,, .. Aase, Duane T. ..,,Y,......7 ,,,.,. . Abbass, Saadoon ,.,..... Abbie, Glyndon G. .7,, Ackerman, Charles D. Ackerman. Earl E. ..,. . Ackerman, Eldon W. . Ackerman, Theodore Ackley, Mrs. Esther J. Actis. Floyd Charles ....... Acton, Loren W. Adaml, Lee D. .,,.,..,,... . Adams. Emory D. Adams, Ivan C. ,,....,,.... . Adams, Marvin J. ...,........ . Adams, Mrs. Montana ..,, Adkins, Mary J, ...,,., ,..-... Adklnson. Charles 210 Sophomore 267. 284 234 ........Freshman ...........Junior ........Freshman Sophomore ....., .........,. 4 a .........Sophomore .............Senlor .....-...Sophomore ..............Junior ..................S8niOr Adler, Richard R, ...... ........ 8 4, 276, 286 Afanasiev, Jane A. ...,.. ............ 1 34. 216 Afdahl, Roland L. ..... .......,.. 8 4, 284 Ahmadi. Moshen ...,.. ......, F reshman Akins, Jean M. .....,, - ........... Junior Akre, Richard D. ..,.... ............ 1 22- 226 A1 Abdullah, Faik ,,... ..,....... F lreshman Albert, Darrel H. ........... ....,,. 8 4. 230. 282 Albro, James L-. ....... - ........ ........... 1 34, 238 Alexiou, Katherine .... .......,.....................1...........1 1 10, 267 Alford, Donald L. .1............1............ ........,........ S ODh0IU0l'6 Allen, Ardis Jean .....,...... 29, 31. 81, 220, 251, 252, 262 Allen, Douglas C. L ...... . ........... ....................... - ........... 1 83 Allen, Ferna M. ...... .. ............ .... ...... .................1 1 1 0 Allen, Lewis B. ........ ....... F reshman Allen, Michael D. .... ....,........,. F reshman Alles. Jack J. ............ ........ ......... ............ 2 8 0 Flowel' 511013 Floral Gift Shop Alley George D. ...................... .................. S ophomore Allison. Arthur F. ..,......... ....... ...... B 4 . 234, 270, 287 Allison, Mrs. Mary Delaney ..... . ....................... 84, 278 Allsop, Lawrence E, ...- ......... . .... .. ..-..- .... ..48, 257 Almberg, Robert K. ..... ...... .... - .1............. 1 3 4 Almy, Sylvia A. ...... - ........ ..... .... 4 3 , 84, 220 Alsup, Stephen A. ...- ....... ............. F reshman Alt, David W. ....... -.. ......... 134. 185, 236 Altenburg. Eddie D. Althoff, Alfred C. ..... . Althoff, Arthur R. ....... . Altimus, Mrs. Doris ..... Ammon, Phyllis A. ,... . Amon, Stanley C. ...... . CITY TAXI 28 N. Tracy GREYHOUND Amunrud, A-rden .............. Andersen, Dorothy L. ..... . Ande1'sen, Erik L. ....,... . Andersen, Lisbet ......... Andersen, Marvin J. .... . Anderson, Alice R. ..... , Anderson. Mrs. Della ..,... Anderson, Dennis V. ....... . Anderson, Donald D. ..... . Anderson, Donna M. .... . Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Frances D. ....., . Mrs. Gail .,.... Gary R. ...... . Anderson Grover L. ...., . OAKS CIGAR TORE 10 ...........Junior ....,,.....134. 224 .., ....... Junior ........110, 220 ........134, 224 -.......Senior 220 . .A ,....., Freshman .........122. 224, 284 ........Sophomore .......Freshman .......Freshm an ,.............Junior .......Freshman ...........JL1I11OI' .......Senior ........Sophomore Anderson, James E. ....... ........................... 2 73 Anderson, H. Walter ....... .... . .. .... ........ 1 10, 203, 236 Anderson, James E. ............................ .. ......... ............... . 284 Anderson, Jay E. ........ 40, 122, 192, 222, 256, 280, 283 Anderson, Joan V. ....,........... ..,...................................... 1 60 Anderson, Karen E. ........... ............ . . .... Freshman Anderson. Key D. ..... ..,.......... F reshman Anderson, Larry D. ................ Freshman Anderson, Louise M, .... ...... 1 34, 210, 278, 285 Anderson, Lura O. ....... ........... ....Senior Anderson, Marlo D. ........ ..... ..... 1 3 4 Anderson. Patricia L. .... .............. 2 84 Anderson, Pehr D. ....... ........ J unior Anderson, Peter L. ...... .... . ...Junior Anderson, Richard G. .. ,. ....... 85, 260 Anderson, Robert M. .... .... J unior Anderson, Robert G. ..... ................ 1 10 Anderson, Robert W. ......... ....... ............ 2 7 4 Anderson, Theodore B. ...... ............... 1 34, 234 Andrews, Patrick F. ........ ....... 8 5, 234. 259 Anevick, Lars E. ............ ........ S ophomore Anstrom, John W. .................... Junior Antonich, Larry J. ....... ......... 1 34, 232, 285 Antonsen, Phillip S. .... .......... F reshman Antrim, John S. ........ ....... ....... F 1 'eshman Appelhans, Richard D. .... . ......................... .... 1 22 Apple, Sharon A. ............ . .......,....... 122, 214, 268 Applegate, Rose M. .......... .... .... 1 34, 276, 277, 284 Armstrong, Charles H. .............,.,..... . ................ 134, 234 Armstrong, Douglas A. Armstrong Armstrong Armstrong ....199, 228. 269, 280, 233 .........l3-1 . Gayle A. ........ ..............,........... ..... , JPLIIEI, ....,...... . John W. 236 Armstrong, Merrill L. ...L ......... ....,.,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, J u 11i0r Armstrong, Shirley F. ............,..........,,,..,,, , ,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,, 134 Arneklev, Bruce L. ..........,...........,,.......,,,, ,.,,,,,. , ,W ,,,,,, -122 Arneklev. Duane R. ........ 40, 43, 50, 110, 192, 222, 283 Arneson, Larean V. ...............,..... , .....,,..,,., ,,,,,,,,,-, 1 22, 162 Arnold, William L. ..,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 5, 234 Arnst, Jack ............... ...,,.,, 1 22, 224, 249 Aro. Richard S. Arthur, James F. .... .................Junior ..........Freshman Arter, Nelson K, .......... ,,,,,,,,, 5 Ophgmore Arthun. Loren V. ..,.......... ,,,,,,, F 1-eshman ASaI1OVlCl'l, Paula J. ... ......... ,, .,,,,,, S0-pholnore Asbjornson. Norman H. .... ,,,,,,,,, S Qphgmore Ash, R0b6I't R. - ----.......-.......... .................... F reshman Ashworth, Sherrill L. -N .,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,1,,, K .,,.,-- Frgghman Askew, Marguerite ...... L, ..,..,,, 2 ,,,,,,,, ,,-,,,,,,,,,,,---- 1 58 Atkins. Phyllis J. ...... .,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 3 4, 216 Austin, John K. ....... ,,,, H ,,,1,,, ,,',,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, g 5 Averill, Charles K. , .,....,.. 2 ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, F reshlnan ROWLES MACK CO. Bozernans Quality lVlen's Store HART-SCHAFFNER :Sf MARX MCGREGOR SPORTSWEAR FLORSHEIM SHOES STETSON HATS ARROW SHIRTS ufgay .7 Wi fa Qfaweal' From MILAM GREENHOUSES 620 N. 7th 29 W. Main BOZEMAN CITY TAXI Package Delivery GREYHOUN D BUS DEPOT CHARTER SERVICE Ph. IU 6-5659 Ph, 6-5961 FRED SKOOG Bozemorfs Leading Tobacco Shop MAKE THIS YOUR MEETING PLACE 0 Sporting Goods 0 Lunch Counter I2 East Main Phone IU 6-9974 291 GALLATI TRUST AND SAVINGS AN An Independent Bank ESTABLISHED 1902 THE GALLATIN COU Y TRI UNE COMMERCIAL PRINTING 6. PUBLISHING FRATERNITY AND SORORITY PRINTING MULTILITHING 140 East Main Street Phone IU 6-6771 BOZEMAN, MONTANA Averill, Paul E. ,..,,,.A ..,.,,, ...A,,,, S o thoinore Axline, Harry H. ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,..,,, . .,,, . ,Sorliomore - B - Baack, Andy W. ,,,,, ,,,,,,, ...,,,, 8 5 , 228, 257 Eacke, Carl C. .,....,,,. ...,,,v..,. 1 10, 230 bacon, Harold R. ...,., ..7...,. -.JLl1l10l' Bacon, John R. ,.,,,7,I,7,7.7, .. ,,....1,,,,.,. 110 Bacon, Ramona L, ...- ..,. .. .. ,,,,,,,.... 122. 160 Badke, Marlene S. A ....... ,,,,,,,,,........ J onior Bailey, Kennith D. .....,... ,.,1 SODIl01l'10l'9 Bald, Donald R, ,,.,.,,,.,,.,,,,... ,,,.,.. Fresninan Bair, Leo R. .... ,.,, B... ...........,..... ,,,,,,,,,...,, S Elliot Baird, James C. -1. ......... - ......V .....11. S osliomore Baird, Phyllis K. -.--.. .,,,,,.. ..RVV7V 4 0, 123, 210 Baker, Eileen M. -..- .1,.......... ,,,,,., 1' '1'ffsl1l1121H Baker, Jess F. --.-....----...- ....-.. ..1....1....... 1 24, 202 Bakken, M. Patricia .A ......... ........................ l 6- Balcer, Thomas R. ... ......... ............. 1 22, 226 22.5 Baldwin, Wiley M. ...- ........ ..-,..-.......... S 5- 226 259 Balkovetz, Fred W. .... .. ............ 110, 203, 232, 259 Ballard, Floyd D. .............. .............----...-,...-....,-.,,-.-,. l 215 Balzer, Alvin L. ,,,,.,,, - ,.,,,.... - ..,........ 122, 230 2-19 284 Balzer, Daniel L. - ......... ........... l 10, 230 261 Bandow, Kenneth D. .... .......... ............ 6 5 274 Barber. Grace K, ..... ........ 8 5, 251, 251 262 Barber, Kenneth F. ,.... , .................. 85, 254 284 Barbo. Robert A. ............. ............ 1 22, 224, 249 256 Barclay, Wm. Henry ....... . .... .37, 87, 236 25.1 282 laril, Barbara A. .......... ............................ 1 34 277 Barnes, Charles D. ...... . ........... ........ 1 22, 232 Barnes, David W. ...... ........ 1 22 224 Barnes, Robert L. ........ . .. .................. .. ...... 134 232 Barnett. Francis E. ..... ............. .......... .................. 1 3 4 Barney, Patricia A. .... ...... . 31, 85, 211, 261, 285 E-arnhart, James V. . ..... .................................. S enior Barnhart. Robert .... .. ................. ....... - -.Senior Barnick, Rosanne ..... .................... 8 5 Baron, Dorothy J. ........ ........... 1 22, 158 Barrick, Donald H. ..... ............. - .-......134 Barth, Carolyn M. ........ ...... ...... 1 22, 162 218 Bartleinay, James M. .... .......... ...... 2 .....85 287 Bartlett, Loneta M. ....... - ......... .......... 4 8, 134 Barton, Darrell W. ..., ......... ................. J unior Bartow, Richard E. ..... . Bartsch, Ronald D. .,... . Barz, Mary L. ..,......... . Bastian, Donald F. Bateman. Jill A. - .,..,,..,. Baumann, Lanny D. ..... ,... . Baumgartner, James E. ..,,.. .........Freshman ..........Freshman ....................F-l'6S1lIl'l811 ........122, 238, 280, 284 Buastadt, Mrs. Helen ...- ...,...................,.............,, Junior Bawden, Boyd R. .......... .............. ................... .............. 8 5 Bawden, James G, .... .L ,.... 41. 122, 192, 222, 279 Beadle, Billie D. ..... . ....... 2 ............. 85, 212, 252 Bean, Robert R. ......... ....... F reshman Beardsley, Dan R. ....... .........,. J unior Beardsley, David E. ..... ........................ S enior Beatty, Mrs. Carole ..... ........... . .....,.....,., J unioir Beatty, Fred E. Beatty, Robert Neil .....,, Beauchamp, Glen J. ...,., , Beaudry, Benny Leon ,.., Beausoleil, Anthony ..,., Beaver, Donald L, ..., . Beck, Donald R. 2 ....... Becker, Ernest E. Beckwith, John F. .... ...., - Becraft, Lloyd C, ..,..... .- ...,.. . Beekman, Eugene A. ..,., . Begeman, Richard H. Bell, Mrs. Mary G. ..., . Behm, Phyllis J. ........ .- ...... . ,110, 226, 249, 284 .. ...................... -.- .... 86 134, 226 .........110, 224, 276 Senior ,......Fresh1nan ...,,..Freshman 110, 275 110, 230 ......33, 110. 226, 254 184 272 Junior ................Sophomore Beland, Raymond D. ..... - .....,,.. -..32, 42, 48, 110, 230 Belangie, Sherrie J. ,...,.,.... -.,.- .,.,.,.. .,......,,,,,, F reshman Belding, Donald A. ...... 2 ........ ................,. S onhomore Bell, Mrs. Bette Luci ...... - ........ .......,,.,,, 2 ..-....,. Bell, Elisabeth .-.- ...,...... ,.,,..... - ...Senior Bell, Fred L. 2.2 ............ ...... .................. S 0 phomore Bell, William A. --. ,.... ...... - ......,. - -.-- ............,.., Junior Bellach, Edna E, .- ....,. ,..- .,...... ...., , ...,, 1 22, 162 Bellach, Helen L. ..... ..........., .................... - . 134 Bellon, Leenora B. .................,. .,,..,.. B ...Freshman Benesh, Ronald E. ....... . ..-...- .................. 2 ...,,,,., Junior Bennett, Gregory J. ..... 2 ........ - ....,.,...... L .... -..280 Bennett, Homer S. ....,.... .....,, 8 6, 232, 282 Bennett, Marshall B, ........ ...B .... -...134, 234 HEEB BROS. FOOD CENTER LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED FOOD STORE FREE DELIVERY 210 E. MAIN PHONE IU 6-5469 292 Benson, Allan W. .......... A ....... ............ S ophomore Benson, Bernice J. ...,...... ........, 1 34, 212, 285 Benson, Mrs. Claudia ....... .................. - .... 1 34 Benson, James Robert ....... ..................... 1 22 Benson, Theodore J. ................,................... - .........,.... 135 Bentley, John E. ........,....... ................ .............. - ......... - . 282 Bentz, Charles E. 41, 46, 110, 199, 232, 254, 255, 259 Benzie, Robert W. -- ........................................ Sophomore Berg, Bernard D. .... 2 ...................... .. ......... 122, 236, 249 Berg, Lloyd J. .............. ......... 1 10, 236, 275 Bergendahl, Earl H. Bergman, Glenn H. ..... . Bergman, James .- ..... . Bergren, Frank E. .... . 1 11, 232 ........111, 203 -.. ......... -.....86 Bergren, Mary L. .......... ...- ................... 122, 284 Bergstrom, Velma M. ..... ......... 1 22, 218. 248, 273 Berres, Francis J. .......... ....................... 8 6, 260 Bersuch, Charles T, ........... ...-. ............... 135, 284 Berthelote, Mrs. Jean ........................ - ....... ...86, 158 Bertholf, Margaret L. ....... 2 ...... - ......... .......... - ..... .. .158 Bertino, Frank C. ............ - ........ .....,, F reshman Bertino, William L. ........ -.-.- ...... .....l., S 0Dh0m01'6 Besianowitch, Lawrence ...... ....... F re-shman Best, Jacque W. ................,. ........ 1 34. 234 Bianchi, Donald R. ......... ........ 1 35- 236 Bickle, A. William ........... .,..,,,, 1 22, 224 Bidiake, John Morgan ........ ........... S enlor Biflby, Victor Carl ......l..... ,,,..,. F1 FGSIIITIS-I1 Bielenberg, Barbara ..... FOR BETTER MERCHANDISE Bic-ring, Paul R. ...., .. B1l'1'I'1llll. William .. Billehiix, Ric-hard C. Billinus, Michael G. .. Bink, John L, . . Bircher. John J. . .. Bird, Wayne E. . ,, .. Birkeland. Thomas I. Birltholz, Mrs. Anne ..,. Birkc-tt, Ray Edward Bishop, Jainc-4 Lee . Bishop, Jane Ann . Bishop, Robert C. Bisfc-ll, Bissonr- Cl1I'l'1iI'tl ite, P11111 J. Bjork, Marshall L. Bjork, Mary Ellen . ..... . Biornethiin, Richard . .. B12l1,'l4l. Amy A. . ... Blavlc. Maxine V. ..... .. .. Blaek, Robert Mc-rel Blat-l:. Robert Milton ..,. Black. BlaclilJ1 Ronald Lee . 1I'l'l. Bonnie J. Blackhall, Mrs. Ann M. . Blain, Rodney Allen . Blair, Leonard E. ,,,, .. .. Blakoslee, Robert. D. .. Blankmeyer. Don A. .. Blaskovich, David L. Blazich. Annie V. Bley, Charles R. .,.,, . Bleal-zman. Robert O. .. Bliss, Harrikon T. .. Blumer, Larry X. . Bodine, Richard Pete Boe, Sharon Lee . . Boelspflug, James F. . Boettcher, Fred A. Boettcher. Robert P. . Bogus. James P. Bohart. Donald . .. .. Bohnet. Mrs. Barbara . Bolinuer. Harry A. . . Bond, Ralph A. .. Bondy. Frank E. Bonine, Richard C. Dooher, Keith E, Boone, Dan . . Booth, Fred A . . Bowlh. Mrs Joanna C. Booth. Willard T. . . Boroni. Natalie L. . Borslad. Gerald E. .. Borup. Kelvin ,............. Bos. Donald Henry ,,,,,, Bnfch, Harvey A. .... . Bosshardt., Franklin . Bostwick. Maurice G. . B01lCl1E' Bough. Buweii. r. Dvnnia M. Dennis S. .. . Lorna M. Bowker, John F. Bowles. Bowma Dnain Allen n. Arlene . Bowman. Harold F. . Bradiey. Gordon L. Bradshaw. Carol Ann .. Bradvhaw. Seth D. .. Brain. Jalze J, . ...... .... . . Brainard, Sandra LO11 Branca. Jerome Alan .... . Bl'111lCl1f. Dale Allen . .. . Brandt. Mrs. Ellene I. .. Brandt, Shirley F. .. Branifl, Marjorie L. Breeden. Leslie M. . Breimon. Roberta J. . Brenden, Anna Mae . Brennan, Charles L. Bretzke. Duane R. . . Brewer. Darrell D. ,. Brewer. James E. Bride-11, Donald H. Bridger, Wm. E. .. Brious. Briuht. Nora J. .. JZICK V Brillhart. Charles O, . Brock. Georee . Brock. Helen J. ...... .. Brock. Lewis R. .. .. Broc-kway. Merlin E, .. Brodie, Larry T. . .. Brodwacli. Derry L. .. Brohaueh, Ja1neQ D. . Brookh art. John E. Broolcie. Jainvs H. .. . Broolzwl iier. Joseph D. Brosien, Einar .... ..... . Brown. Bernard L. .. Brown, Charlotte M. Brown, David D. .. Brown. Mrs. Norma D. . Brown. Robert- C. ....... Brown, Verna J. ........... . Brown. William A. Brown. William All'-lllS111S Browning, J11dith L. . Browning, Robert C. .. Brownson. Roger M. Broz, Leonard E. .. Bruce. Gordon Duane . Bruce. John D, .... . Bruce. Reuinald D. Bruce, David R. ........ . Bruminer. John P. Frmlinian 111, 234 . Sophomore . Soplioinore .. 122, 232 .. .135 . .. 86 . Sr.-nior . .. S1-nior Junior Sophomore 111, 191. 214 . .. Junior Sophomore . ,, 2,122 Sophomore .. 133, 277 111, 236, 282 . 245 .. H160 135 .. .86. 262 .. . ,, 122 38. 111, 212 ... .Freshman .. H135 . Freshman .. Frr-Shinan ' 226 Sophomore . 133. .. . ....... ..... . .135 . .. 135. 232 33. 41. 109. 111, 232 . . .... Sophomore ..........F1'E'S11IYl2l11 .. .. ..... . .. .135 31. 46, 122, 212, 242 . .............,......... H86 . 2122 Senior . 182 . , 122. 190 . .. . .158 . . Sopnomore 1 3 85, 232 135 Sophomore . Soplionifvre 111. 232 111, 287 Fresliman . Frefhman .. ........ Junior .. .... Freshman .Fre hman .. Frefhman .... 86 Sonlioniorf- 122. 236 . .. 135 . Frevhman . . Soihoinore . . . 133 . . ...... 135 . Freshman 86. 273, 278 . H86 . ...Freshman . ..... .... ..... 1 3 5 .Sophomore 46. -18 2136, 218. 278 . ...111 . . .. 273, 286 . .. Senior 122. 220. 243, 2-13 . ...... ....... F reshman 122, 230 .. .111. 23-1 . ..135, 232 , , ,... .133 Fre hmwn .. HG ....Freshman . 122 . .. 272 . .... 135. 277 2122. 272 .. 2135 Sophomore . .... .. 203 ......J1lI'l101' . Sophomore . .. 135 .. 122, 234 ...111. 2-1-1, 280 .. , 86 .. 122. 218 .. Freshman .. .. 87 210 . . .... 135 135, 212 Sophomore . .... Sophomore ....13o, 212 N122 .. ..., 135 .135 Freshm an .Freshman .....SOphomore . ......135 232 F. L DYE CO ining and Dancing C11 7fze Gaae LIVINGSTON CCDMPLIMENTS QF THE Coseloeer Clinic , Q for particular people? Z?-unix X f' N ! o o X 1 Fine Quality xx gk 8.2 X Photoengrcwing! j xx x, xxx ',, BE Advertising Agencies, Printers, Publishers, and Yearbook Edilors. f Aasavu.a-....-....--, M..,, , , wh, - --- -intan- ..i..- -.a-. .a.1-1-m IT'S THE HCDTEL BAXTER FOR THE BEST IN ACCOMMODATIONS With the All New MEZZANINE 'BALLROOM and COCKTAIL LOUNGE Aria the Newly Decorated JIM BRIDGER and JOHN BOZEMAN ROOMS Be Sure to investigate Before Booking Your Formal Parties Bruner, Sharlin M. ..., Brunner, Peggy M. Brush. James W. -..S ,..,, Bryan, Charles A. .,... Bryan, Hayes R. ,.,. .......136, 214 Calvert, Mrs. Larry ............Junior Charlton, Vernon Calvert, Wynne ......Sophomore Chase, John .....111, 234 Cameron, Robert .......-..,..2..136 Chase. Mrs. Sandra .......Sophomore .......48, 111, 255, 270 Campbell, Campbell. Charles Charles D. ,.,, . .....--.....K...-...87 ...,.......S6I'11O!' Chenoweth. Joe .. Chezik. Lawrence .. Bryant. Bruce E. ..,... .....,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,.. ,... 1 3 6 Campbell, Jean . ..,,,,ii, ...,.., .... 1 3 6. 285 Chilcote. Kenneth Buck, Elaine ................. i..........,,,,,,,,..,,............... 1 11 Campbell. John .,.,,,,..,i,i. ,.,,,, . 187, 232. 260 Chin. Fay Doon ...., . Buck, Ronald R, ........ ......... ..............,......... .... ............ 1 3 6 C ampbell. Richard ...... .. ................. 136 Chong. Daniel - ,... Buckingham, Barbara 111, 218, 272, 278, 285 Campbell, Robert ............. ........... F reshman Chong, Donald ....... ...,.. Buckingham, William ....... ...s .......... ................. 1 23. 236 Campeau, Raymond .......... ........ S ophomore Christenson. Donald Buckley. Daniel F. .......l.. ...................... S ophomore Canfield, George Roland ..... ...... .............. F 1 'eshman Christiansen, James ..., . Bucklin. William ........ ........ .... 4 3 , 272 Cannon, Nolan ,,,,............ .,,..... .................. F reshman Christiansen. Marvin Buckmaster, Roy .-.S ....... .. .................,..... Sophomore Cantieny, Mary Eliza ................ 82, 214, 260, 261, 262 Christiansen, Ted . . Budke, Gerald F. .,... ................................... 1 36, 228 Cantwell, Patrick ,,r,...,..., . ........................ ... .... Junior Christie, Mrs. Dorothy ..., .. Budke, Wesley E. ......... ......... 1 23, 228, 249, 259, 280 Card, George Lyman .,... ....,,. ............ S o phomore Christie. Jerry ....... ........ . Bueling, Gordon E. .... ............... ................ 1 1 1, 203 Carlisle, Joseph ............. .. ........... .......... 8 7, 226, 287 Christie. William ....,.. Bull, Emory H. .......... ............................... 2 ...257 Carlsen, Harold ,..,...,. ..., .... ............................... J 1 1 nior Christinson, Isabell Bult. Donald L. ........ ......... F reshman Carlson, Barbara ,.......,....... 43, 123. 218, 271, 276. 285 Christofferson. Cori ...,... . Bunker, Betty Ann ..... ......... F reshman Carlson, Doris ..., .,.... - ........ ..........,.................... .. 2,123 Chrzanowski, Robert Burbank, Carol - ........ .... ........ 2 ....... 1 5 8 Carlson, Glenn ..,. ...................... ...... .... 2 ........ 8 7 C hurch. Charles Burch, Folas Q. ......... ....... . .Freshman Carlson, Joanne .,,,,. ............ J unior Clack, Philip ,........... Burchak, Kenneth ....... . ..... ...Freshman Carlyle, Marvin ..... .... .... F 1 'eshman Clair, Britton ,B ......... .... . .. Burdette, Bruce C. ......... Freshman Carnelll, Ronald ,,,. . ........ Freshman Clare, Donald .. .... . ...... Burgan, David ...- ........ ..... . .- ............... 111 Carney, Donna ,........, ............ 1 36, 277 Clark, Benjamin Wayne Burke, Carole ...- .............. ..... ...... ....... 1 3 6 , 285 Carpenter, James ,,,, ..... . .Freshman Clark. Glen ................... Burkempas. Richard W. .... ......... F reshman Carr, Floyd Clark, Hobart W. ........... .. Burleigh, D. Jill .......... ....... ........... .... 8 7 , 285 Carroll, James , .,,,,.., -..-......-..8'7 Clark, Lloyd ........ Burleigh. Richard ......... ....... ......... 1 3 6, 232 Carroll, Robert. .... ...... ....... .................. 2 7 1 Clark, M. Frances ..... Burnett. Darwin ....... -.. ........ Junior Carter, Mrs, Emma .... ....................... S enior Clark, Padarlc Jos Burns, Edmund ..... Burns, Robert K. .... . Burris. Olivia K. ........ . Burris, Mrs. Martha ..... Burt, Dale E. ...- ..... Burtch, Kenneth ...,. Burton, David D. ..... . Busby, Arthur - ....... Busby, Ronald .......... . Bushnell, Renee P, ..... . Butcher, James ........... Butcher, Mrs. Karen ........Freshman Carter, Frank ........87 222. 273. 280 Clausen, Norman .............123, 272 Carter, Lavon .....-.136 Clausen, Robert Carter, Theodore Clement, Jacuuelyn B .... .... - .Junior Carty, Marian E, , ....... ........ 4 1, 136 Clendenin, Carol ............... ......SeI1i01' Casagranda, Leroy S6r11OI' Cline, Daisy B... ......,..........136 Case, Robert O. - ..... ............Juni0r Clinton. Myrna ..... . Casey, Dennis 234 Cloninger. Lester .. . .............Sophomore Casnell, John C. ...Sophomore Cloud, James Sophomore cashmore, Sarah Sophomore Coates. John .. .... 31, 111, 212, 268 Cassels, Maureen ,,,.... ...... 1 36, 214. 285 Cochran, George .......Freshman Casson, George 21.2285 Cochran, Harry ............Freshman Casterline, Roger .... .. Sophomore Coday. Barbara -..136 .. .. . Junior 111, 236. 284 ...... Senior ..2....123 .,.......136 Sophomore Sophomore 123, 222, 283 123, 224, 273 87. 226, 287 . Freshman Freshman .Freshman . 272 . ..88. ..136. 210 ....Senior .. .Freshman . ..... ..286 .. Freshman ..Junior . Freshman Freshman .. ..136, 234 Sophomore 122. 183. 279 .. . .. .. .... ......l62 .. ..... 2.2123 Freshman Junior ,ns 136 ...Freshman . ...... 136. 216 i -..Freshman 123. 256 ...Senior . ,. 88. 281 ...Sophomore 111, 218, 268 Byers. Donald .................. ....... 1 11, 279, 286 Castle, Dale -W, ,,,,, . ....... .... 1 36 Cond, Ivan ..... 2-.. .... .123 158 Byrd. John ...................... ............. 1 23, 224 Castle, Jay ,,,,,,,,,, , .... .. ......... 123 Coffey, George .... .... F reshman Byrne, ShaI'O11 ...- ........ ...... .. ..,.2...158 Carr-on, Brittian ...... ............. .... 1 3 6 Coey, Xvilleam ...D ...... .-.. ..........13T Bywater, Darrell ......... ....... - ....... 2 87 Caudill, Harold ,,,..., ...Freshman Coffrin, William ..,... .-- ..... ....... 1 37. 232 Bywater, Mrs, Rita ....... ......... - .,,..,... 8 7 Cauffrnanv Faye ,,,,,,,,, ...., 1 36, 277, 285 Cole, Steven ...,.,... ........ 2 ......... 1 ll. 270 Cawlfield, George ......... ............ J u11iO1' Colakrchik, Klinton .......... - ,....,Yf-. 3011101 Ciawlfield, Margaret .............. .... 1 36 Colberg. Roger ...... - 1.......... 2 .....-.-... .1 1 -1.133 Cacciatore, Armand ............... .. .... 87, 184, 286 Cebulla, Charles .... -.- .... .. ..... . 1 ....... Senior Cole. Janice ................. -2. - i......., 111. 310 Cada, Deanna ............... ...... ............... , ..... 1 3 6 Cebulla, Max ............ A ........ ............ ........ 1 1 1. 183 Cole, Klynn ........ . - ..1... . ........ ..... ........ Y .- .33 Cadlgan. James .... ..... ............. 1 3 6, 226 Cebulla, Veronica G. ...... - .... .... . .. ....... Junior Cole. Moria . ..... -....... . ...irrf 1 1-133. 315 Cain, Charles ......... ......... 8 7, 244, 261 Cecil, Wm. Robert - ..... ....... ..................... S o phomore Cole. Norris 'Mac' .... 230. 349. 333 Cairns, Dave ..... - ....... ............. , ..,.-.123 Chaffey, Donald .......... .... ................. .... .................. S e I1 i or Collette. Ronald ...... ..... . . .... ....11. F YPS11111311 Caldwell, Kay ..................... ................. ..... 1 2 3 Chamberlin, Frei-da Collison, Hugh ...... 48. 88- 334. 357- 353 Calhoun. Sandra ....... .- .................... ....... F reshman ,,,- ,,,,,, 1 ,,,,,,,..,. ,..,,48, 84, 87, 212, 252, 260. 262. 268 Colman. William ...-1 .....1 1 .- 111111-1-11----- 1331 136' 333 Callas, William -- ........................................... Sophomore Chanay, Iliad ...M ...... 2 .............. , ........ sophomore Coloff, Dolores ....1.... .... - -.....-1-. 1 1f-11f- - 1----1111 314 Calvert, Charles - ........ 2 ...... 22-2 ......... .- .... Sophomore Chapman, Ellen Faye ..., ...... 2 ...... . ..M..123, 279, 285 Colvill, Randa .... SY. i...... Bm... B .... -.--137. 218. 278 295 BOZEMAN'S ONLY DAILY NEWSPAPER WITH COMPLETE COLLEGE COVERAGE . YOUR Bozeman ail hronicle SRE Appliance Store TELEVISION RADIOS - RECORDS - APPLIANCES RADIO REPAIRS Phone IU 6-5116 23 S. Tracy ffm '4 Safzlecfzl' Commings. Diane ..., Conaway. Barbara ,7,.., Condill. James ....,,.,.., Conedon. William ,,,.... Conaer, Leslie ,,.,,,I,,,,,,, Coniblie, Frank ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Conkey, Mrs. Edna ....,, Connelly. Gary ,,,. Conner, Eugene ....,7 Conover, Fred .....,7, Conover. Sharon ..,.,..,... Conser, Charles ,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,, Conway. Patrick Dale Cook. Alfred .,,7.7, 77,,,,., Cook, Jerry D, -,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,, Cook, P81113 .Y.,, Cool, Ellen ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Cooley. John ,e,..,, Cooley. Mrs. Mary ,I,,, , Cooney. Mrs, Marian Cooper, Larry ,..,.. , , Cope, Richard ...,,,..,7e,. Copley, M1's. Clare ..,, Corbitt, Myra .A,7,,,,,, Corder. James ,,,Y,,, Corn, Hugh ........ Cornwell, Lila ..Ir.... Correll. Richard Corrigan, Arthur ,,,. Corsino. Jaclnta S. Cosgriff, Francis ,,,,, Costello. Larry .,,,, Cottom, Wm. ,.... , Cotton, Gary ,,,,,,, , Coursey. Wayne .. Courville. George ..,.... Cousineau, Dennis ,,... Cousineau. Lewis , Cowan. Linnie F. Cox. Charles ..,.., Cox. Francis ..A.....r,, Cox, James H. ,,,,,,, Crabbe. Benjamin ., Craig, James .,.....,,.,, Crain, Donald ..... , Crane, Charles ,.... Creaney, Mary ,.,, ,, Creecy. Janet ,.... Crennen. Martin Cromley, David ,,,,,, ,,,, Cronk, Roeer 33. 111, 1 Crook. Lloyd ,.,,.... Croskrey, Royal .,,, Cross. Wendall ....,, Crosser, Frank ,,,,. Crouse, Charles ...,,,,, Crouter, Charles Crowe. Edward ,,,,,, Crowe. Guy ............. Crowe, Marilyn ,,, Crowley. Patricia . Crumley, Alonzo Cirumley. Robert L. Cruz. Frank ,,,,.,...,,,.,, Cummins, Gerald E. Cummings, Mrs. Maroly ............. Cumminas, Robert F Cummings, Robert T. Cummings, William ,. Currie, Robert ,,,,.. , .,,, , Curtis, Carl ................ Curtis. Wayne .. ,.,, ,, Cusick, Gordon C, ..,,. . Cyr, Charles ,,,.. ,....... Czird, Nancy .. ........ ....... . - D .. Dahl, James ..,.,. Dahl, Johann ,,.. Dahl, Roger ,,,.,,,,,,. Dahlen, Charlie ,.,, Dahlman. Adam ,,,,, Dahlman, Gale .,,,,,,,,.. Dahlstrom, Vernon ,,,.,, Daley, Theodore J. Daley, Wayne ......... Dallas. Gilbert ,.,.,, 212 279 287 284 ,,...e..123, 191, .........-..aa, ,,,,,,,88, 2013, ..........,..Senior .,.,,...SODhomore .............Junlovr .,.-,,.,13'7, 210 .,,,.,,,,,.13'7, 234 ..,.,..Freshman ,,.,..Freshman .......16i2 ,,,..,,Freshman 1 1 1 . .,..,, Junior .....,,Freshman .,,....88, 272, 279 ..- ,,,.....,.... 131 .,,..........,,,13'7 ..,,..,Freshman ,,,,,,,,.,Freshman ,,,,,,.88. 230, 261 222 .,,,.......,,,Sophomore ..,.88. 253, 279, 286 236. 257 ,,.,,,.,,,.Sophomore .,,,,,...,Freshman ,,,,,...Frershman -. .,,, ..,,.,.. S ophomore ,......Fl'6Sh1'l'12.1'1 .....,.,,,Senior ..,,...,13'7, 228 .,,,...,13'7. 222 ,,,.,..,..,.,Junior .,,,,,Freshman 234 92, 203. 222. 249. 259. 269. 283 123 111 ,,,.,,..,,137 ..,,...,123, 224 ,,....Freshm an E160 ,,.....,,.J1lHlO1' ,......,.,,....... .282 .,,.,,,..,Freshman ..,,,.....,,,Jun1or ,,,,,,,,,.....Freshmar1 Sophomore . 199. 232, 250. 255 259 111 .....,..Sophomo.re ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,Senior , ,,,, Freshman ......,88, 257 .,.....,..158 203, 224 , ,.,.. Freshman ,.,,,,Freshm an .,.,....,,Jun1or ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.Junio1' ,,,,,,,123, 238, 280 285 123, 234, 284 Dallum, Charles ...... ............. -----eeY-- F Y eshman Dandro, David ....... .---eeee S 0eh0m0fG Daniel. Malcolm .................----VV. ---.-e--YY---Y-''-----fA--1-----A 1 37 Daniels, Frederic ............ ..... ------f-.---.-- - --'- ------ - - 5 0Ph0m0Te Danielson, Raymond fLefty1 ,,,,..., 112, 199, 255, 259. 270, 273, 284 Darko, Lloyd .......... . ffff. H W ---'----f-ff--.-----A--- --JU17101' Darlinton, Gordon ,,,,. Darlington. Ronald ,, Darrah, Donna ..... ....- . . -f--.fff Darsow. Donovan .,.,, Dasenbrock, Frederic Dasgonville, Cu1'tlS. ..... .-..... 3 3. Daugaard, Linda Dauwalder, Robert ,,,,, Davenport. Fred .,,,. Davenport, Leslie ....... David, Betty .......-... - Davidson, Douglas .,.. Davidson. Gerald ...... Davies. Gary ....---..-V- Davis, Davis Berle E, .,.. Jerry .,..,. Davis Nancy ........ Davis, Robert H. Davis Ronald .... . Dawson. James .... ,.,,.,89, 244, 283 , ..,,.,,,,,,...... 137 , ,,,,,,., ....,...... . N123 ,,,,.137 40. 121, 123. 183. 192, 222, 283, 286 .,,,,,,,,,,,..,,.,,,, .137 228 ,,.,,..,Senior ,, ...., 123, 224, 256 162 , .,,. 89, 254, 261 .,,,,.,,.Freshman 212 ,,,,..,1l2. 236, 284 ,,,,.137, 272 ..,.......123 .......Sopho1n0re Eacret Dan Congratulations Class of '5 7 YOUR ALUM ASSOCIATIO Plon to offend the Five, Ten, ond Twenty-Five Yeor Reunions of your closs Homecoming PLEASE NOTIFY THE ALUMNI OFFICE WHENEVER YOUR ADDRESS CHANGES Day, Geraldine ,,,,,, 43, 137, 220, 285 Doeling, Wallace ..,, ,,,..,A., 2 03, 236 Eamon. Robert 138 Dayley, Roland ,,,A .A,,,oA.....,,,, S ophomore Doettl, Burglind o,,,,,. ,,,,A.7,.......77VV...... 1 24 East. Nicholas .. ..,,,.l38 Dean, Clifford ,,,,,,,.,,, ,o..., ,..,,,,,,.,.. S e nlor Doig. Claude ..,,..V... 7,77,, 1 12. 230, 250 Easteb, Donald H197 Dean, Donald ,,,w,.,,,,,,,, ,,..A, . ,,Senio.r Doig. Jay ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,ll ,,,,.A,....,. 2 3 8. 284 Eaton. Edward ,,,, ,, ,,,., ,,.,, , ,138 DEHII, M1'S. P?iI.I'1Cl3. ,,,,,, Debree, Gerald ..,,.,,., Decker. Donald DeFrance. Franklin ,. Dehn, Karl ....,............. Deighton, Walter ...,.,, Deland. Loren ,,,...,, Delande, Donald .,,,, Delap, David F. ,..., , Delger, Duane ...... Dell, Kenneth ,.......... . Dellwo, Lawrence ..., Delp, Robert C. ..... , Delude, Wayne ..,,, Demaree. James ,.,,. DeMars, Duane .,,...,. , DeMartin. Janice .,.,. . Demers, Dorothea ,,,, Demmons, Gail ,,.,.. Denecke, William ,..,,, Denso. Monte ,,...., , Denson, Robert ,..,,, Denton, Gail ,...,,,, Denzer, Ann .... Deppmeier, Virgil ..,,.. Dernbach, Lawrence Descheemaeker, Larry Devault, Suzanne .,.,,,. Devol, Douglas ..... .... . Devorc. Mrs. Patricia Devore, Stanley ........ Dewart, Richard ........ , Deweese, Harry ....,.. Dewolfe, Penny . ..... ., Dc-Young. Thomas Dickerson, George .,..., Dickey. David ............ Dickinson, William ., Dickson, James C. Dieck, Richard ....,... Diehl, Mrs, Helen ,.,,.,. Diehl, William . Dierschke, Mrs. Clary Dietsche, Herbert ..,,... , Dillon, Barbara .,..,.,,, ., Dirkson. Bobbie ,, , Divers, Barbara Dixon, Robert Dobler, Christian ..,, ,,,, Dobler, Janet .......... .. . Dobrenz, Mrs. Marlene Dobrowski, Donald J. Doeden, Jerry ..,.....,........., ,,.....SEI'110I' ......,,112, 238 ..,..SODI10ITl0I'6 123, 236 ,.,,,,137. 232 , ..... 184, 193 , .,,,,,,,.,,, 112 Freshman Sophomore ,,,,,,,,,,..188 ,..,.,..,,. .193 Freshman , ,,.,.,...... 137 , ,,,,,,,,.,.,,.,, 158 ,,.,,,,112, 216 ,,,..........Senio1' .,....50, 112. 275 ..,,..Fre-shman .....,,...Junior ,,,..,,Junior ,.....,.,..... ...284 , .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 287 ....,,123. 238. 249 ,,,,,,.,.,,.,..,Junior 282 210 ,,.,,,.123. 234 .. ,.......,.... 137 Freshman ,.,.,,Freshman .,,.,..112, 203 .......Junior 224 , ......... SGUIOI' ,. . .Sophomore . ,...,, 123. 210. 243 234 .,....F'reshman . Freshman ........112, 214 ,,......, .. H158 . ,,,,,...,,.... .267 121. 124, 226 ,,,,,.48, 112, 212 ...,...SODhOI110l'Q Dolighan, Thomas ..., Dolve, Mary Anne ,,.. Dombrose, Robert ,,,,,. Donald, John .....,,, Donaldson, Clyde C. Donisthorpe, Robert , Donohoe, Gordon ..... Donovan, John ..,...,, Dooling, Mary ..,.,, ,,,,, Doran. Mrs. Frances Doran, William ,,,,,,,,, Dornblaser. Owen .,.,,, ,,,, Douglas. Mrs, Elnore Douglas, William ,. , Douina. Dave A. ..,,, , Dover. Colin ,,,,... Dowrey, Carl ,..,...., Doyle, Charles ....,,,, Drain, James W. .,,,, , Dress. Miles ...,,.,,,.., Drew, Gerald ,,,,.,., ,, Drew, Joan ................ .. Dringle. William R. Drivdahl, David ,..,.., Drivdahl, Emil ...,.. Dross. Allen ..,,..,. Dubay, Carol ,.,...... ...,.. Dubay, Kay .,,....,, , Dubois. Mrs. Anna N. Dubois, Ronald .,,,.,. Dudley, Charles ..., Dufek. Gregory . ..,, ., Dugdale, Marilyn ,, ,, Duletich. Mary Jane Duncan, David ,...,., Dunkel. David .,,,,,,, ., Dunlap, Mrs, Betty , Dunning. Richard .. ,, Dupes, Mrs. Dorothy Durfee, Francis ,.,..,..,, Durkin. Mildred ,.,,, Durkin, Thomas Dusenberry. Gary Dusenberry, Harold , Duvall, Dennis , Dyas, Beverly , , Dyer, Deanna Eaaer, Betty .. Eamon, Georgia ,. , .,..,,..Freshman .,,,..112. 191, 214 ,Sophomore ....,.SOl311Ol11OI'P ......S0phomore ,...JllIl.101' ..,.,....138 ...,..124, 232 ,,,.......112 ,. ,......, .Junior . ..,. FI'E'SI'1I'I12111 ........112 Junior ..,,..2F'1'9Sh1Tl311 112 ,,,,,.1l2. 234, 274 226 .,,,....Freshman ,,..,Freshman . ,,,,,,. 89, 112, 285 ,.,........Freslnnan ,..,.,.112, 236, 247 84, 89. ,,,,..,.,,..., ,....138 38. 43. 89, 234 ...Freshman . .,,...,.... Junior ....,.Sophomore ., . .255 , ..., .,..,,,,..., 1 12 138. 216 ..........124, 216 Sophomore .... 112, 238 Senior Junior , ,....,.. ,,.,., 1 60 199, 228. 250. 255. 259, 262 ...Junior ..,,..SoDhomore ,. ......, 138. 234 ...Sonhoinore 89. 199, 287 .,,....Junior 138. 212, 278 ..,138, 234, 284 . ...,...... 138. 218 ,,,..SOD1'lOlI101'C Eaton. Favre ,.....,.,, Eaves , Philip ,. Eblen, Joe .,.,.,...., Echols, Betty ,,,,, ,, Eck, Mrs. Dorothy , Eckvahl, Donald ,,,, , Eckvahl, Mrs. Virginia Edmonson, James Edwards, Carson ,,.,,, . Edwards. Donald , Edwards. Elizabeth , Effinaer. Gary , .. Egan. Charles , Egan, Neal Egan, Kenneth .. Eauar, Leilani Eenew, Joan , Ehresmann, Miriam . Ellerd, Arthur , , Ellinghouse. George ., Ellineson, Alvin J. Ellincson, Bernard , Elliott. Esther May Ellis, Alvin . , Ellis, Gerald . , Elliston, Hallie .,.,, Ellwood, Duane Elpel, Edwin . , Elser, Ella -. . Embleton. Maurice L, ., Emch. Garnet .. . , Emery, Cecil Eneboc. Paul ., Enaer, Dale ..., Engler, Duane Enaer, Thomas , Engle. Keith , Enclert. Rosemarie English, Real' , Enulund, Gary , .....Sen1or 133. 133. 232 . Junior ., .,.. Sophomore Sophomore ...Senior 138 . ..,, Sophomore . ..,89. 203. 272 .Sophomore .. 89. 280 199. 23-1. 286 ,, ,,,,,112 . ,.,,,.l38 112, 203. 2 38. 89, 138, 216. 277 162 Freshman ,, 138. 236 , Freshman .. ,,,,. 124. 234 124. 162. 218 244, 249, 259 . , ..., , .50 ,.,..,,138 , Junior 261. 285. 287 . 124, 278 .. Senior . ., .1138 ,, . .138 ..... ...,. . 138 , Sophomore . Freshman ,, 1124, 236 . Freshman 112, 236, 282 193. 197 Enneberr. Effie G. 90. 247. 278 Epnerly, William R .. - i..... 133 Erb, Donald M. . . -.134 Eruenbright, Shirley . V .,.Freshman Erickson, David W. . Junior Erickson Harvey L . Junior Erickson Iris J. ..... f H 43- 133 Erickson James R. Freshnian Erickson Jerry H. .. .. .90 Erickson Leneus H. .. .... 13-1. 334 Erickson Lloyd A. . . .-.-i.-.., f ..-.. 113 Erps, Floyd D. 1112. 256. 257. 287 Ertz. Ralph V. .... . ..... --M ---,-- 379 297 PLANTS FOR TDDAY. . . 4' 4" Q 4115 ...PLANS FUR TOMORROW! We're Building Today to Supply Your Power Needs Today . . . and Tomorrow Since we were organized in l9l2, we always have stayed ahead of the needs of our customers. That still is our policy. An example: Worlc now is being push-ed on Cochrane Project near Great Falls, where around was broken Cctober 6, l956, for our l3th hydroelectric plant. We also have a steam-electric generating plant at Billings. All of this means that every time you tlicl: your wall switch you are tapping 011,000 kilowatts of powereenearly twice as much as was available on our system at the end of World War ll. Many MSC graduates are helping to plan and carry out our growth plans. That's why it is no idle looast when we say we are HELPING THE STATE GROW THE M NTANA PCJWER CO. Esmay, Mrs. Anna R. .. Esneland, Richard H. Estes, Russell E. ,,,7,..., .. Estlll, Sharon A. .,..,, . Ettinger, Richard L. Eustance, Mrs, Annah . Eustance, Ronald W. Evanko. Merle R. ..,,.... . Evans, Cherric L. Evans Donald J. .... . E Evans, George . L .,,... . Evans, Gerald W. - ....... Evans, John G. Evans, Thomas D.. ...... 31, 90. Everett, Barbara I. ..... .. .. .. Euell, Pattie J. ....... . Ewing, Verle K. .... . Fagan, JHITISS P. 1 ........ . Fazenstrom, Kerry P. Fagenstrom, Roby C. Fagerland. Donald B. ..p-. Falat, Johnny ....... Faller, Jack H. ........ . Faller. Robert C. Fare. Hazel L. ,......., . Fargo, Michael T. ,... . Farren, Phillip J. .....,. . Farrington. Robert J. Farris. Harold E. ..., . Farver, Mary E, L., ,.,, ,. Fash, Jerry L. ............ . Fassih, Esmayl ............ .. Faught, Patricia J. ....... . Fauver, Mrs. Maebelle Favero. Donald D. ...... . Fechter. Larry P. ...... . Fedd, Geneveve L. Fehr, Dale J. ................. Fekrat, Hosshang 2 ..... Felde, John F. 2 ......... Feldt. Edward D. ............ . Fellerhoff, Robert D. Fellows. Thomas T. L.. lts Elxx vn E Fe '. '. ...- ........ .. Fergerson, Robert D. .. Ferguson. Clara E. ..... .. Ferguson, Walter A. .... Ferree, Joyce ............... Ferrell, Barry I, .......... Ferrell, Mrs. Nancy I. Ferris, Charles E. ........ . Ferro, Fae L. ............. . Fifchtner, Ervin E. .Post-graduate ........2.....,..90, 287 138 . 90, ffffzs 192, 193, .ffQ'.fi'i'i,A' 220 Junior 203, 228, 259 Senior Freshman .112, 199, 259 138, 222, 283 .. ....,............. 138 222, 283. 285 .Freshman 112, 228, 282 ..- ....... Junior Freshman .. ................. 138- Freshman .............-...138 ....,...J1lll1Ol' .......Freshman Freshman ......113, 226 .. 40, 138, 222, 283 ......Freshman . .... Freshman . .... 42, 124 S0 ...........Jun1o1 ......Freshm:1n ........124, 279 124 ......FI'CS111113,ll Freshman Sophomore ,. Sophomore .. Freshman ......Freshman 232 , ..... 113, .....FreSh1nan ....90. 232 ....SOD110l1101'E 124, 238, 280 139 711 W. MAIN BOZEMAN, MONTANA 3 Q. 925055, . f eating! fiffff 5 'fi ' 4352? V, -Dov '11-5QJfi If , ' ' .-,.'aV . . 1 . 1- 1 ...... ' it 1' , l 1l2'f1UiMl1PilLiIE7121E 81511111 Sl.ElR1flllE1E 1 . 11F'lUli1D1D 31111111215 2 Field, Richard E, .... . Field. Richard N. ........ . Fiegins, Everett D. Figeins, Mrs. Norma J. Figgins. Robert H. ........ . Flggins, William C. .... .. ...Freshman .Freshman .. 90. 199. 224 . .......... -.. .... .90 Sorlhomore .. . ...Sophomore Finkel. James R. ........ . Finkel. Joseph ...2 ........ Finlayson. Donald K. Flnstad. Harly O. ....... . Firm, Carl L. ....... ....... Fisher, Charles M. ...... . Fisher, Charles V. ....... . ,Freshman ...Sophomore Sophomore .Freshinan .................. -is .......-.....139 Freshman .Freshman uf? -1 Fisher. Fisher, Mrs. Charmain .... Elvira L. .... . .. .139 Fisher. Melvyn L. .. .. . Fisher, Phyllis J. .... .. SODl1Ol1lO1'G Fisher, Rollins M. . . .. ...... Freshman Fisher, Thomas E. . H ..,- F'1'E'S11l1T21I1 Fiskuin, Sharon L. .. .... .124 212. 248. 285 Fisser, Herbert G. . . .... Junior Fitzgerald, Patricia . 133, 139, 218. 278 Fixmer, Marilyn M. ..... .... . .. .... .......124 Flaherty, Dennis G. .. . ..... .... .... ........ . ..... . . . 139 Flaskerud, Myrtle G. .... 29. 90. 218 2-17, 262. 284 Flatt, Glenn F. ....... . Flatt, Virginia ...... Fleece. Janis M. Fleharty. Lois M. .. Fleming. James ...... Flemming. John D, .. Flightner, Gary P. ..... . Flightner, James A. .. Flower, Edwin B. Folda, Carole E. ..... . Foote, Sharen L. .... . Footer. Terry L. Ford, Robert G. .-- ....... ,. Forester. Clifford K. Forester, Timothy D. 286 Forney. Monica G. ...... . Forrest, Donald D. .... Forssiren, Karen ...... .. Forsgzren. Robert W. .. Forsman. Allyn J. . . Foss, Arnold J. Foss, Connie K, . .. Foss, Winifred E. Foster, Boyd C. ..... . Foster, Robert L. . .. Foster. Stephen H. .. Fousek. Shirley A. Fowler, Blanche E. Fowler. Mary L. France, Keith C. Francis. Perry G. ..... , Franklin. Helen J. Franks, Patricia A. .. Franz, Leona E, ,...,,. ,,,, , Fraser, Charlotte M. Fraser, Daniel G. ...... . .............Senio1 ....... Junior 191. 279, 285 12-1 139 238 274 . ..SOD1101'l101'9 124. 230 . ..... , 284 278 ..113, 210. .113, 212, 268 139 .- ..... .... . 113 . .. 113, 236, 284 139 ......,....,S911lO1 ....SoDho1nore . .... Sophomore .......-..s.90, 287 Freshm an . 113, 210, 284 . ................... 162 ......F1'eshman ......Freshman ........... 124, 210 ..113, 218, 251 .. 124. 160, 218 .- ....... 124, 284 90, 232 ..139. 214, 277 ............ Junior . ....... 113. 2-17, 276 .- .--......... ......... 1 13 ........272 , 2 3 A:'f3,ff7 ' . Ky 1 ii 529277 im' ' X Z oi A --.W A 1,2 Hi Fi Recorcls Roclios Television cmd Service Norge Appliances WE SELL THE BEST AND SERVICE THE REST D 81 R MUSIC CO. Phone IU 6-9526 25 Wes. Main ssociated Students Store OWNED AND PER TED Y TUDENTS 0F .S.C. SINCE 1931 - RI LTD -EL LE - JOYC - STARLITE THE BOZEMAN THEATRES RIALTO THEATRE BUILDING Presents the Finest in Motion Picture Entertainment BOZEMAN Fraser. Wanda S. ..,, . Fraser, William A, Frazer. Richard E. Freburg. Mavis R. .,,,, . Fred, Lander J. ,,,.,, .. Frederick. Mrs. Maxin Frederick, William E. .,i., . Frederisy, Robert H. .. Freeman. Deforrest W Freeman. Howard D. ,,,.. Freeman, Louis ,4,,A, Freeman. Wayne H. Freese, Mary E. i,,,,, .. Freier. Anna R. .. French, Danald G. .... . French, John B. .... French, Richard G. .. French, Richard L. .. Freshman. Ch atrles E .....,.,.,,... Freshman, Joseph N, Freshour. Donald J, .... Freund. Ernest H. Frey. Richard C. Frickle, George E. Friedt. Francis C. ..... . Frieline, Donald H. Friend, George L. . ...... ....,. 1 24 . ...... .Freshman Freshman .. ........ .. Sophomore .. . . 46. 124. 232, 249 .. ....Junior ,.... 139. 193. 236 ..........,124, 236 ........SODhOl1'10i1"E . ............ Junior . .............. 113 .......Freshman .......11'3, 236 ........Senior ....,.121, 124, 230, 249 ......139. 228 .. .... E ....... SODhomo1'e . .Senior ..,..31, 33, 113, 222, 247, 276, 280, 283, 284 ......Junior ........S0'IJ1'l0ll1Ol'6 ...........113, 287 .. .... 285, 287 . ...... - ......... 1 24 .. .................. 139 Frisbie. Dennis C. . .... . .Freshman Frisby. Patricia A. ....... Freshman Fritz. Raymond R. ..... ....... F reshman Fritzler, Mrs. Annie . .... . ........ ..... . .Junior Fry. James P. ........ .... .... , . ..... 42, 113, 230 Fryer, John W. ......... .... .. ........,..,............ Junior Fulbright, James L. ........ ............... . ......... .......,.. J u nior Fulbright. Joanne M. ...... ....... 1 13, 218. 247, 268, 276 Fuller, Jack ......... ...... . .. .................. Freshman Fuller, Mrs, Jean D. .. .... .. .... Senior Fuller, Kendall K. .... . .... Sophomorg Fulton, D. George ........... 113. 224 Funk. Ca1'ole J. ..... ..................... 1 91 Funk, Charles H. .... . ....... Freshman Funke, Elizabeth A. ............... .. .............. 139 ... G - Gabrielson, I. Grant ................. ................... ...... 9 1 , 230 Gaffney, Helen T. ........, - ........, 113, 193, 214, 272, 279 Gallagher, Michael W. ......... .......... 1 13, 236, 259, 284 Gallagher, Patrick ........... ...................... F reshman Gannon, William E. .... . Garber, Douglas E. ..... . Garfield, Jess H. . ........ .. Gariulo, Guido Luio Garrison, Carolee R. ..... . Garry, Thomas T. .. ........ Garver, Clifford D. ......... Gartner, Margaret A. 91, 226 .........124, 236, 275 .. ...l24, 232 .......Freshman ........l39, 285 Garton, Gayna A. .....7,, ..A.. , Gary, Robert D. ..,..,,,, 2. .,.. ., Gatzemeier, Edward Gaustad, Harold J. Gaustad, Peter J. Gazda, James G. , Gr-ndreziu, Stanley W. Gentry, Evah J. George, Eugene W. , Geren, Harold E. Gettel, Dorothy I. ,, Ghashirn. Adel A, ,... .. ,, Gholson, Alton G. , Gianfrancisco. Sain J. .... Giarrantanu. Charles Gibbs, Dave P. ...,..... . Gibson, Bruce G. Gibson, Wayne D. ,, Giebel, Edmund J. , Gilbertson, Clarence . Gilbertson. Sidney A. Gilbreath, Garrett R, Gilchrist, James A. Gill, Donald R. ......,. , Gill, James H. ..........,... . Gill, Manmohen S. .,.... Gill, Thomas ............. . Gillen, Patricia G. ..... . Gillette, Janet H. .,,. . Gillis. Marcia V. ........ , Gilman. Marlin D. Gilpatrick, Mona B, Gingry, Kae E. - ...... ..... Gipe, Hugh P. .............. , Glancy, Patrick A, Glantz, Gary W. ....... Glaser, Liesalotte C, Gleason. Judith K. .,.. , Gloege, Randall G. Godston. A1'Jay ....,,.,...,,,,,, Goetschius, Gary G. Goke, Shirley A. ,,,,,,,,,,, , Goldberg, Ronald R. ,.,,, , Gonzales, Luis. Jr. ..,., ., Good. Keith E. ,,..,,,, . Goodan, Delores M. ..,,.. . Goodan. Edward A. ...,,...,. , Goodfellow. James L. Goodwine, Mrs. Inez S Goosey, Bob L. ,,,,,,,,,,..,, ,. Gordon. Robert A, ..,. . Gore, Robert L. ,,......,.., . Gorman, Doris M. Gossack, Edward T. Gottfried, Francis L. Gouin, Charles J. - .,.. - ...,. ,, Gould, John A, - ..,.,.,. Gover, Leonard R. .,..,, . 160 ., ,, 1139. 228 Sophomore 183, 286 91, 203 , , 130 124 , 139, 277 284 ,, . 124 , Senior 139 .....,. -,267 ,... Junior .,..,.139. 236 ,,,.,,,,.139, 236 . ,, ,.,, ..,,..,,, ,.......,. 1 1 3 ,, ,,,,113, 232 260 113, 203, 232, 259 276 , ,, 91, 230 280 12-1, 184, 226, 249, 263 , , .,....,, Sophomore ...,,,....,. Junior ..91, 244, 280, 283 ......,.,..,.-.Freshmun ..,-...91, 284 Qfffifiif ., .. ,48, 91, 251 ,...,,Sophomore .,,,....,-,Freshman ..,,,.113, 210, 268 .1 ......... 139, 218 .,....,,Freshman ..,.,....Sophomore 24 ..., 124, 212, 279 ,.,,,,,,.,.,.....Juh1o1 ,.........-...a.-.,,,139 . .,,,,...,, - ..... 1 .......,.... 91 .....,Freshman 197, 203, 232 ...Sophomore 9 ......139, 218, 276 , ..Junio1' ,QT 7238, 287 f---- v .. ...,,......., JllI1101' ,.,.,......JllI'llO1 ,Sophomore , ,.,,, Sophomore ,,,.,,.,...Benior ,,...,...124, 234 ..-...124, 226 ,,,...-,.113, 279 . ...,,.. Freshman ...Freshman Gow. John W. ,.,,...,...... ff..--ff 91. 234. 232 Gowin, Joseph F.. Jr. ,........ . --f-....--A,-- -- -...... 139 Gowlland, Georee O. .. ..,,,,,... ..... ...... ...... ......-. 2 - .---.-. . . 4 8 Graham, Donald R, ......... 28, 31. 91, 222. 244. 250, 253, 262, 269, 283 Graham Richie W. ..... H H ........ SODDOHIOFG Graham Samuel R. ,, ,,,..,., 42, 125. 222. 249, 283 Graham Thomas V. ,..., ...., . . .,,.,,............. - ....... 197 Graham Walter R. .,,, ........ .......... . . ...-M-JuIli0f Granmo Delmar B. .,...,,,, A .-.- -----H140 Grandmo, Lauren G. Granmo, Mrs. Theora Grano, Anthony M. .. Grant, George R. ......,,,, , Gavage. Patrick J. ..,.. , Gray, Frederic O. ,,,, , Gray. Gary G. ,,,,,,,,,. . Green. Bennie W, .... Green. Hurry C. Greene. Allen E. ,,.,... . Greene, Charles A. ....,, , Greenwald, Beverly L, ,,,, Greenwood, Mary E. Greer, Mildred R. .,,.... Gredsrud. Gary W. Gregor, Donna J. ..... . Gregor, Louise I. ,.... . Gregory, Myron C. Greiner, Esther M. ..-. Grennell, Budwin L. Grieve, Blanche E. .,., . Griffin. Phillip E. Griffith. Albert E. Griffith, Avis A. ....,,,, , Griffith, Walter S. -,,. Grieg, Thomas C. .... . Griges, Allen L. ,... . Grine, Robert C. ..... . Gronley. Stanley L. ,,.., . Grosfield, Franklin .,...,,,, Groseebauer, Kenneth Grosswiler, Ruth M, Grove, Donna F. .,.,.,, . Guenthner. Harold R. Guest, Mary A. ..,,..., . Guile, Marshall E. ..,,.,. , Gunderson, Cleon H. ,.,,,,, , Gunderson, Donald O. Gunderson. John A. .... , Gunderson, Robert W. Guptill, Lester R.. Gustafson, Errling E. ,,...,..,, . Gustafson. Glenn B. -H- Hnaland, Robert Stanley .,.. Hackley, Henry H, ..., ,,,.,.,,,,. H3.6'fG1', WHYIIG F. ... ,,,, Freshman ,,..,.. 91, 230 ,,,,..-..Sen1or ,...,...279 ,,.......Senior ,,,.,....140, 222 .,,,....Freshman ,,,1....,Senior 273 ,.,,.,.91, 212, 162 .......,-18, 113, 254 .... 140, 216 216 ,.....,,,,,.,,F'reshman 140, 277, 285 ..,....,....Sophomore ..,...,,,140, 210, 278 ,,,.....,113, 224, 251 113, 232 .,..33, 91. 252, 262 Sophomore ,Sophomore Freshman .,,,,.....,,,,,Fresliman ,...,Freshman ..,,....,,,,,,Sophomore 113. 212, 268 150. 216, 277 50, 125, 238 Sophomore ., ,,,140, 285 H199 ..,,..,.Fresh1nan ,,....113, 287 ,,..,,..140, 272 ,,114, 234 Freslnnan .,,,....Junlor Where All Montana Loves to Shop 4 YOUR FASHION STORE WITH A IUNIOB STORE IN LIVINGSTON LEN ATERS MUSIC CG. 119 N. Main. Butte The RANCHGUS 32 East Broadway, Butte T E T0 ERY 117 N. Main Butte Compliments of The New Green Cafe 8c Lounge Butte, Montana WHERE FINE FOOD IS A TRADITION AND MIXED DRINKS AN ART 301 SUPER MARKET ' T E I. GOOD FOOD IS Haslip. 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Hamann, Alden J. ....... . 302 ........Freshman Hamblet, Donna F. ...Sophomore ........Freshman Hamblin, Marion L, mmm,-mnsenior 232 Hamel, Wilbert W, 2-Sophomore 125, 212, 273 Hames, Daniel A, dw-527114, 183' 234 Hamill, Michael H, ,, YV,-hmm---7140 234 .. .... 114, 203, 232 Hamilton, Robert C. .. . ,,,-,,A 125' 236: 255 .. .... Sophomore Hamilton, H. Robert ..,.,,, --,,VV,----,--,V S enior . .... ....... J unior Hamm, Richard T, -,,, ,,,,,,,,, , ,M 7w---, 125, 193' 230 .........Freshman Hammersmark, Henry T, 236 .......Freshman Hammersmark, Oliver 92, 238, 244' 280, 283 233 Han Ba q wsophomore ......Freshman Han, Maung Thi 257 .140, 210, 277 Hancock, Mrs, Rachel YY,-77277777-A--Fresliman Handley, Valeria. F. L ..,,,,,, ,,,,,,-,,,,,-V 9 2, 158' 262 . ,... 140, 220, 276 Hankins. Marian V. ,,,, 42, 125, 218' 271 . .... .. ....... ...92 Hankins, Rodger M, ,, , VVVV ,,,,, 1 14, 183, 225 .......,.282 Hanks, Ronda Lee . ......140 Hanley, Wilbur T. .... . Hanley, Wilfred B. ...... . Hanning, Ronald O, .... . Hanno, Fae E. ....,,,, . .........-..Sen10r ...........-.....125 .........Freshman ..........-..Junior Hansen, Barbara J, , , ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 ,M ,,,,,,, Y160 Hansen, Donald C. .... 114. 199, 228, 255, 259 Hanser, Paul E, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, S oiphomgre Hansford. Curtis S, ,,,,,..., 125, 193, 236, 256 Hanson, Allene M, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,140, 277 ,284 Hanson Carl J. .. ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 2 5 Hanson Charles K. ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 32, 114, 203, 234, 259 Hanson, Della M. ..,, ,.,, 43, 125, 216, 248, 276, 278 Hanson John W, ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, F reshman Hanson Lloyd L. ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 25, 238, 284 Hanson Lois R, .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 62 Hanson, Robert J, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,, N ,280 Hanson S. Lee ...L ......, ,....,,.,,.,,,,,,,., .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , N140 Hanto. Jerold A. ....................... .... ..,.,,,.. 3 2 92, 226, 274 Hanzel, Delano A. ........ ...... 9 2, 192, 222, 250, 251, 285 Harbine, Michael ,,.,,,,, , ,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 1 ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 238 Harcharik, Ronald W. .....,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 114, 286 Harchenko, Joe A, .,,,,,,, .. 284 Harderove, Sharon Gae .. 140. 214 , 277 Hardick. Frank C. ....... .........,...,..,,,, S ophomore Harding. Leonard D. .................................................... 140 Hardina. Richard W. ...................................... Freshman Hardy. Boyd A ............. ....... 9 2, 192, 203 222 244 Hardy, Cecelia A. ..,,. . Hardy. Claudia A. ..., . Hardy. Leslie G. .... . Hargrett, Overton ..,,.... Hararove. Dolores J. .. 252, 2521, 2811 140 .........48, 14, Harlan, William D. . Harlen, Leona1'd C. .. . Harlin, Robert F, .,,.. . Harlow, Dennis C. Harlow, Ruth M, ...... . Harner, Barbara C. .... . Harper, Louis W. ............ . Harrinston. James D, .... Harrine.ton, James G. Harris, Albert L. ...,,,,. . Harris, Gayan11 .......... Harris, Jerry A. Harris, John F. ..... 284 224 140 .......140, 210 ......,......140 .....,..,114 140 .........Freshman ....140, 276 277 ......114, 222, 283 .........Freshman .........F'reshman .........Freshrnan ..........140. 191 Freshman .. ...... .......... S enior Harris, Julia Ann ..... .. ..., 140, 220, 277 Harris, T..ut.l1er E. .. ......... Freshman Harris, Mary E, .,..,,,...,,,.., ,,,..,,,,,..,,,..,,,,,, . .162 Harris, Violet V. ..... .. .......... ......, ..., , ,140, 220 Hart, Beverly J. ,,... 1148, 114. 210, 247, 276. 278 Hart. Marjorie E. .............,... . ......... .,.......,......,,,.,,..,, 1 60 Hartman, Thomas H. Hartsoch, Kota Mae Hartsoch. Rachel Lou .... .........F.reshman .........Fresh1nan . ....... Freshman Harvey, Harry E. .... .... ..,....,..,.,,,,,...,,,,,.,, 1 4 1, 226 Harwood, Charlotte S. ............... ......,... . 141 Hash. Charles T, ........ 114, 232, 244. 246, 271 Hash. Richard O. ...... ........... . ....... .... .... . . . Freshman Haskin. Gary D. ............ ........ . .141, 234 Gerald J. Haslip, Wililam R. Hastings, Frank E. Hastinets. Sandra L. .,., .. Hathaway. Donald D. .. Hauck, Eugene M. ...... . Hauean Wallace J, .... . Hauge, D212 A. .. I-Iaugeir Floyd K. .... . Hauee, Robert N. . .... .. Hauptstein, Antonie Hawks, Suzanne M, Hay. Edward E, .... Hayes, Robert. A. .. Haynes, Jordan D. Haynes, Otis C. ..... Hays. Earl W. .. . Heaney. Donald S, 4Budm Hearst, Roaer O. . .. . . Heath. Gerald G. ...... . Hecker, Richard J, Hecker, Vincent J. Hedacs, Donald L. .... . Hedman, Edwin V. Heer, Edith J. ...... Heftie. Beverly J, . Heeg, Kenneth H, Hehn. Ronald W. Heil. Georae A. .. . Helland, Robert. B, Hellman, Philip F. Helmann. Jack E. Helmer, James F, ..... . Helterline, Carol E. Helterline. Donna M. Hemnhill, Richard A, .... . Henderson. Delmer R. Hcnneford. Gordon E. ,. Hennemann, Rosa M. .... . Hennen, Archie J, ......... . Henry, Alfred J. .. .... ......Freshman 220 . 1114, 203, 259 . ....... .....141 Freshman 42, 114, 230, 274 ...................Freshman . .......... 141, 277 220 . ....... Freshman .......Sophomore .........Freshman S6I1l01' ...,....Freshman 192, 272, 280 .. .... .......... 1 14 ......114, 228. 249 . .114, 244, 285 285 .............Jun1or ......F1reshman ...... Senior 114, 228 ..........Jun1or .. -..92, 203 .. Sonhomore . .... . ....... Freshman 218. 276 85 125, , 2 ......141, 218, 276, 285 .. .....,,,...,..,..,. ...125 .....Freshman .......141, 222 ..... .... F reshman Henry, Ca1'l D. ..... ...... .... . ....................... 1 2 5, 233 Henry, Kathleen R. .... .. ......... 141, 214, 272, 285 Heiisrud, Roland E. ........ ................... F resh1nan Heppler. Dick E. ......... 1 ....... . ........ L..- ......, Junior Herbert, Edward P. ..... ....... . .-...Sophomore Herink. John F. . ...... ............. ....... S o phomore Herman. Martin J. ....... 1 ........ .......... 1 41, 228 Herries. David J, ......... - ................ .... - ...Freshman Herrin, Mrs, Louise H. L... ......... ....,,.,,, 1 41, 276 Hertz. Anne M. ......... .. ........ ...... . .M ,,..,.., ,,,,158 Herzeele, Juanita .......... .......... ...,.. .S 0 phomore Hess, Allen L. ....... -- ..... - ........ ,........,,, 9 2, 261 Hess. Joyce L. ..... , ................... .... ..., .,,,,,,,,, 1 6 2 Hester, Loren A. ......... .. ..... - ........ ..,, , . ,,,,,,,,,, 141, 235 Heywood, Norman A. -.-c.- ....... ......... 9 2, 238, 285 Hickey, Sarah Ann he Montana Hardware Company 160 Hickman, William C. .... . ..., Sophomore Hicks, Harvey R. . o.,,,,.,, . . ...,,. .. .92, 226 Hicks, Royce E. ,.o.. ,.., . .. . . 7,,,.... . 92, 224. 270, 282 Hier, James T. ........ .. ...,..... . ., Freshman Hietala, Leroy L. .. .. .. . . 141 Hietpas, Gerald J.. . 38, 92. 199, 226, 250, 255 285 Higuins, James L. .. . ...... ...... . . .93, 270 275 Highland, Andy ...,. .. .........,.....,, L.- ...,.., -.. 224 Hilger. Edwin P. ,... . .... ..... .... . . . ..... .125 233 Hill. Barbara Joan... ..., 125, 218, 243, 248, 278 284 Hill, James R, . .. ..... .. ...... .....276, 284 Hill, Clifford W. .... .... L .......,... . .251 Hill, Errol F. . .. .... Freshman Hill. Gerald H. .... ,.,...., . . 125, 284 Hill, Marlene A. ..., 141, 214. 285 Hill, Robert A. ....... Freshman Hill, Robert R. .. .... ...... 9 3, 234 Hill, Viruiniai L. ..., 141, 218, 284 Hill. Willard D. .. . ..... Freshman Hillman. Darrel D. ...... - .,., .... 2 84 Himle. Dorothy L. .... ...Junior Hindoien, Gary L. . ....... 141, 224 Hinerman, Ethel M. ............... Senior Hinsen. Clarence E. .. ...... Sophomore Hippely, Edward C. ........ .... 1 25, 224. 287 Hitchcock, Raymond P. .... Sophomore Hixson, Kenneth L, . .. .............. -.-..93 Hjort. Howard W. .. ........ - .... ..-...244 Hlebichuk, John T. .... ...... F reshman Hodges, Allan R. . 114, 224, 270 Hodis, Mrs. Ruth A. .. . .. ...... SODh011101'e Hodis, Vincent H. .... Sophomore H05-fert, Lois L, ...... .141, 191. 210 Hoefert. Lynn L. .. .. .. 114, 191, 210, 251. 268 Hoenshell, John T. . . . ..... . . ............ 125, 271 Hoey. Frank J. .... . . ......... .Junior Hoffman, Dale H. . .. ......... Freshman Hoffman, Gerald D. . ........... ......... .... 2 8 2 Hofland, Dixie L. . ...... 141. 191, 277 Hogenson. Lowell C. .......A....... Junior Holdsworth, Robert L. ..... ....... . .F'1'6Shm21I1 Holgersen, Mrs, Mered .... .. .... Sophomore Holland, Allyn A. ...... .. ....... ........ . ...185 Holland, Don S. ........ ..... . .. ...SODh011101'e Holland. Vera D. .... . . ....... .. .......... ...160 Hollandsworth, Harvey ...... 125. 233, 270 Hollenback, Donna L. . ............ 141. 214 Hollo, Holgrim G. .... .... ............,.. 2 8 0 Holm, Carl B. ............. ............. ,.----. 9 3 Holm. John R. ............. ........... ..... .... 9 3 Holmes, George M. . ..... Freshman Holmes, Janet J. ...Sophomore Holombo. Gerald V. . . .. 125. 238 Holstine, Leland L. ...114, 234, 280 Holtz Clifford .. .... .... . . ........ -..125. 230 Holtz. Donald R. .. ...... . .... Sophomore Holtz, Mrs, E. Anne B. .. . .... ....... J unior Holtz, Kent N. ....... ....... .... . . 125, 233. 249 Holtz, Marvin E. .... .... ......... S 0Dl1OmO1'6 Holzworth. Richard T. . .... 125, 226, 256 Hood, Marilyn E. .. .. . ................... .284 Hookham. Louise E. .. . ........... 141 210 Hopcus. Anita L. . . ....... . ..... ...... .... 1 4 1 285 Hopcus, Patricia L. . . . .... 141, 216 285 Hopper, Joan V. ...... .... 3 3. 46, 114, 220, 254 285 Hopperstad, Craig A. .. .. .. . . 125 234 Horne, Riley ......... . .. .. .. .......... .. Horpestad, Abraham A. . .. .....Freshman Houck. Arthur D. . .. . .141, 224 Houegaard. Frankie D. .46. 93, 191. 252, 261, 262, 273 Houeardy, Dale M. . . ..114, 228, 239 Houle, Francis . . .... Sophomore Hovde. Nancy K. .. . .......... 141 217 Hoversland, Ruth B. . .....,.... ,..... 1 62 Hovland, Mrs. Laura A, .. .... .... J unior Hovland. Laura I. . . . ..... . .. ....1-11 Hovland, Thomas T. . .. Freshman Hovren. John C. .... .. Howard, Thomas C. .. Howell. Hoxsey. Ralph D. Victor L. . . Hoyt, Georgia J. . Huber. James F. .. Hudson, Marie A. .. Hudson, Mary E. . Hueseman, David E. Hueth, Darrell L. . Huffman, Mrs. Jeanne . Huguins. James M, .. .. Huuhes . Charles W. . Huehes. Iris M. Hughes, J. D. Ernest .. Huches, Kenneth R. .. Huehes, Lee E. ...... . Hults, Richard I. . Hume, Gerald F. . Humphrey. John P. Hundoft. Elgin Boyd Hunt. H. Donald . ... .Junior ..93, 275 . L.. Freshman .........125. 226 125, 277 . .284 ...Sophomore ....SODl10lTl01'E' .... .... 1 25 .. .125. 234 1-11. 191. 272 .. Freshman . . 142, 230 Freshman 125, 185. 236 ...Freshman ..... .... . 125 .. .Sophomore .. .... 125. 225 Hunt, Sam P. .. Hunter. Collyn Sue . Hunter, Douulas G. . .. Hunter, Margaret S. Huotari. Frances 1. .. Hurd, Cheryl D. ..... . Hurd. Richard M. . . . Hutchens. Georue D, . Hutchinson, Joan Y. .. Hyatt, Harry J. ...., ,, ,,,,,,,,, -1- Icenougle. Edgar ...... .......... Icenoeele. William L. ........ . Ivnlay. Walter G. Immonen, Eileen J. . .... Freshman . 125, 212. 248 184 142 141 . 141, 191, 214 Junior 1-11 .. -18,125 125, 234 .. .. 93. 272, 275 ..115, 272, 286 . ....... Freshman .. ...... 48, 142, 277 The sum total of Knowledge Is increased by the lnquisitive Mind. That applies in both School and Home. If you have o question about home fixtures or appliances Your hardware mon probably can answer it. Try him. BUTTE Wholesale Only GREAT FALLS Gree ey Elevator Co. Your Grcnin Merchant Country Elevators Located Throughout the Montana Triangle Generol Offices: FORD BUILDING GREAT FALLS, MONTANA 303 GOOD GRADES come from proper opplicoition to studies os good students know ond GOOD CUSTOMERS come from soiisfyinq service Irish, Donald J. ,.,,.,,,, , ,o,,,,,, , ,,,,,,o,,,-,7,,,,-' -H--2--142, 222 Irvin, Mrs. Jean C. ...o.. - o.,.,,..o,., R ,,,, , ,.,,,,,, -,,115, 214 Irvin, David D. , ,,..,,,,., 2 ,,,,7 -- ,,,. he -,---, Freshman Irwin, Charliene J Irwin, Mrs. Martha C Isaacson, Isaacson, Iskander, George G. Leon W. Fuad A. .... . Iverson, Carl D, ..... Iverson, Erik R. 11-5, 219, 268 unior 142 ....3'7, 93, 225 ,.................267 ........142, 225 Iverson, James R. ..... . Iverson, Ralph J. .................. ., Jabs, Wllliam ............. . .............. Jackovich, Walter F. ,......... .........125, 233 ........,125, 236 ........Freshman ...........i.--.-......,,142 ...,.....So'Dhomore Jackson, Barbara ........ .,,,w,,,-,,--, 9 3, 214 Jackson, Charles ..... ....,,, ,F reshman Jackson, David .....,... ,,,,,,,,, 1 25, 233 Jackson. Jay ................ ........ F reshman Jackson, Shirley A. ...... .,..,........,,,,, 1 42 Jackson, W. Claire ........ .............,,..,,,,,..,,,, 1 58 Jacobs, Eddy L. ....... ......... ......,..,.............. J u nior Jacobsen, Barbara J. ..... ......................... 1 26, 217 Jacobsen, Helen C. ........ ......... 9 3, 245, 277, 284 Jacobson. Gary L. ............. .................. F reshman Jacobson, Janice A. ............ ........... 4 8, 142, 278 James. Angela D, .... M-, .,,... -,,162 James, Daniel D. ........ . James, Matthew E. James, Wesley P. ,..... . Jamieson, Jack B, Jamison, William H. Jandt, Russell L. Jandt, Wes D. ..,..... . Janney, William P. Janson, William J. ..................-.-.142 ......,.93, 261, 274 234 .........S,oph-omore ...............Senior 15 ..........Freshman .........SoDhornore d b , k Jellison, Robert B. .... .. ...... .......... 1 26, 227 CIS Jenkins, Gayle E. ...,.. ..................... - ......... 6 0 Q00 uslngss HOWS Jenkins. Robert L. .... ................... S ophomore Jenni, Norma, K. .,.., ......... 9 3, 220, 247, 278 Jennings, Carol F. ............r....r....... Junior Jennings, George S. ....,......... Freshman Jensen, Jack D. ...............,i... . ........ Fr6ShmaI1 Jensen, Peter E. ............,,....,,....... ..........,....r... F TBSDITIELD Jensen, Roger K. .- ................,.,...........,.......... SODhOm01'6 Jermin, Catherine lKittyl E. ........-. 43, 126, 219, 248 Jermunson, Neil B. ...........i........ ..................-.---.. S enior Jewell, Eleanor M. ....... . ..... ...... ....,,,..........-,--.-fff-- 1 5 8 Jockers, Lee P. .......,.... ff-.---- F 1'6S11m9-1'1 Q Johansen, Martin J. ..--- - ------ 1---142 Johnke, Dale R. ......... rr................ J unior Johns, Larry R. ......,.... .,.v77V.-,... 1 26. 185, 239 Johnson, Anna L. ..,........ ff.... 4 8 125, 214, 243 Johnson, Arthur W. ...... ni- -.-.....----.--------- -142 Johnson, Beverly J. ...... ......-..-.....------------ 9 3 Johnson, Carol G. ...... A-.-----. 1 15, 120 F 1 WFUL AN AMERA r, r Q 'Y . ' ..... 2 ei 2 e e Z 7 fir F3 1" ' :gf "e1 Z ff,"'2 ffl, 7 X ..a X ,, , , he EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPH IC .,.,, . .....,. - ,,,,., 304 Hain! H11 Cha fihllh FOR THE T ACCOMMODATIONS AND ENTERTAINMENT Johnson Darrell L. ...2 ,,.,., . 2 ......, 22115, 287 Johnson, Diane W. ,,,,,, .. ,.,,.,,, 142, 214, 278 Johnson Donald O. 2 ..7,.V .Y...... ...,,V, 1 2 6, 225, 270 Johnson Donna M. 2 .w.....2 ...v. 2 .,.2 2 .,,., 4 0, 126, 216, 278 Johnson Donna. M. 2 ..,,Y 22 2 ....2,,.,,,.,, ,,,,,........ 2 Junior Johnson Elmer L. ..,.... . .,., ...,.,..,......,... 22.126 Johnson Mrs, E. Mary ........,.,, ..,,,,,. S ophomore Johnson Everett C, .22 .... 2 .,,, ..., ..,., . Freshman Johnson Ford W. ..,. . .... 2 .... 2 .....,,.. .. ...2..2..2.2185 Johnson, Fred H. 2 ....,.. .. 2 ,,., .2..2.....142 Johnson, Gale A. .. ..So1Jhomore Johnson Gale L. ...... .......... 1 26, 225 Johnson Gary D. .. ,,....... 126, 227 Johnson, Gene W. .... . ..2...-...--.126 Johnson, George A, .... 2 .,,.,,.,,,,.,. 222222293 Johnson, Gerald L. ,,,,,, ,,,,., F reshman Johnson, Gordon V. .,., 2.2. ,.,, 2 .Freshman Johnson. Harry L. ..,. ............. . . ,,...,.. ,.,,, S ophomore Johnson, Howard E. .,,. .2 ...,,. . .22 ..,, ...Sophomore Johnson Mrs. Irene ....... .,,,, 1 15, 247, 276, 284 Johnson, Mrs. Joyce ....,,. . . 2 2 Sophomore Johnson, Mrs. Kathaly .... ........... 22.43, 115 Johnson. Leigh .2 ....... 2 ...... ....... 42, 115, 231, 270 Johnson, Lloyd D, ...2. ...,.. .. ,..,..,,,,, 22 ,.., 2.2142 Johnson Lynn E. ........, 2 ..,... ,..,,, ..22..2...1-12 Johnson Mary B. 2 ..............., 22.294, 214, 279, 284 Johnson, Mrs. Mary E. ...2. . ,,.. 2. ,...,. . Sophomore Johnson, Olaf L. 2 ...... .. ...., .... 2 222142, 197, 229 Johnson Patricia. M. ,....... ....... . ...115, 219, 278, 285 Johnson Richard E. ...2 ...,......... .... 2... ......126, 233 Johnson, Richard L. ..2..2.2.2. .... .... ......... F reshman Johnson, Richard P. ....... . ..2 ..... .... . 2..2.222222.9-1 Johnson, Robert T. 22 ........ ......... .... . . .2.2 .... 2.115, 225 Johnson Roger T. .... 2.22 ........ 2. ........... 22.2 ....... 2..2...294 Johnson Ronald H. 2 ..... 2.22 ......................2 .22...22.126 Johnson Russell L ....... 40, 115, 223, 276, 280, 283, 284 Johnson Shirley A. 2 ..... 2...2 ......... 2.22 126, 215, 248 Johnson Stephen L. ..22.2 ..... .22 .... ...2......Junior Johnson Theresa E. .22...2 ............ . .... 22.142, 210 Johnson Tim E. ....... 22. ..... 22 ...... ....... .... . . 22.22.2126 Johnson William G. .... ......... 2 2 ...22..2..2Freshman Johnston, Donald B. Jolley, Theodore E. Jondrow, William H. 222-115, 282 ...2.2..22 22.. .. . . ...... 2..... 22 22..222Sel1l0I' 2-2222 ........ 2 ...... ..22Freshman Jones, Beverly J. 2.222.222 .... 2 .......... ..2222Senlor Jones, Dennis R.. ........ 22 .... 22.2.2.2 .......... ....... 22 .Junior Jones, Everett H. 2222.2 ....... 222 .... ...2 .... Freshman Jones, Jack D. 22 .... 2222 ....... 222.2 ......... 2222222126 Jones, James L. ......... 222 ......... .............. 2 2Freshman Jones, Kenneth C, 2.2.22 ........ 22 ........... 126, 234, 249 Jones, Margaret S. 2.2.2 .......... .... 4 8, 142, 276, 284 Jones, Oral L. 2..2...22-2.2,... ....... 22.222Sophomore Jones Robert S. 2 ..... 2..2 ......... 222 ....... 222.22Senl0r Jones: Robert W. Jones, Robert Wm, Jones, Mrs. Ruth H. Jones 222222.22 ......... 22 ..... 2-.Sophomore 2222.222 ....... 2-..22115, 203, 259 2.2 ....... 2..2.22..222Sophomore , Stanley R. 22.22.2222 ...... 2.22--142 AND SAVI G BA K BOZEMAN. MONTANA An Independent Bunk ESTABLISHED 1902 30 5 eraeernslcas, eoecms FROM THE FRIENDLY BANK ATOP THE "RICHEST HILL ON EARTH" METALS BANK 6' TRUST COMPANY The Bank That Always I-Ias TIME for You-and TEMPERATURE TOO BUTTE, MONTANA SINCE 1882 OUR 75th YEAR Jones, William H. .11 .... 1 ......... ...1 .,.. 1 ..... 282 Kercher, Gene ........7,.... ,......,,,A 1 43 Knox, Leroy F, ,,,w-, --,---- 5 Ophomore Joppa, Leonard R. ....,,,,.. - ,.... .,v.7... 1 ........, 9 4, 272 Kerio. Abdul Massih .,...,. ,..,A.v...,...A.A 9 4, 267 Knoyle, Robert ..,,v.,.V7v,,-A, -.AYYw--,..,-,----- 1 2,6 Joppa. Linda G. 1.1 ,.,..... -..1 ,... ..........,,..,..,.... F reshman Kerio, Fuad ...1 ............ .......... ...............,..... 1 2 6, 267 Knudsen, Joseph .,-,,-,,,V,-w,--wv- --blkkrtmr 1 --,-A. s 143 Jordan. Joyce L. ......... ...... 1 ....... 1 1 .........,... Junior Kerns, Barbara .......... 1 ............... 46, 48, 115, 214 Knudsen, Mrs, Mildired f,,',, ---vVfw F I-eshman Joupert. Jeanne M. ......... 1 .... 1.. 1 .... - .............1. 126, 285 Kessler. Barbara ....... .................. 1 43, 212 Knudson, Kay .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,----,--,, J unior Kestell, Gerald ...1 ......... ,........... S ophomore Knudson, Robert ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 --,-, Sophomore - K - Kesterson, Donna ......... 1 .............,.. .1 ......... Sophomore Knutsen, William --A--,A Sophomore Kaber, Lawrence P. ,..,. 111 ........ 1 ............,...,..... 142 Key. James .................................A.A.,,.....Y,......f... Freshman Koch. Eugene ..,..,,.,, ,,,,,, 1 43, 235 Kade, Susan E, .,,,,.,.,., ....., 1 ,,.,,, 1..Senior KSYCS. Karen ...- ......... 46, 115, 220. 243, 251. 273, 285 Koch, Rawley .......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, --,,,-,v., 1 111143 Kain, John P. .... 11.1 ......... ,.,..,... .S ophomore Keyes. Kenneth ................... - ....................... 143, 234, 285 Kochevar, Edward ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,-,,,A, J unioir Kain, Sarah N. ...,.,.,.,.. .11 ,,,...,, 1 ,,,,,.. Freshman Kezar, Mrs. Dorothy ...................... ..................... S enior Koenig, Carol ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,---, 1 43, 219 Kaiserman, James C. ...... 1 ........ ........ F reshman Khan. Rauf Ahmad ...... ............ 1 26, 267 Koerner, Janet ........ ,,,,,, 1 43, 275 Kalafatich, Lawrence ......... 1 ...... Freshman Kieckbusch. Lillian ..... ....... 1 15, 212 Koetter, Alfred ..,... ,,,,,, 1 43, 233 Kalainoff, Anne L. ..................... ..... 1 ......... J unior Kieflins, John ........ . ..................... 143, 231 Koford, Donald ....,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-, 1 43 Kaloso, Ronald E. ...... 1 ......... .... 1 ..-Freshman Killrnore. Donald .... .................... 9 4. 203, 225 Kohls, Carol ....,.......,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 15, 153 Kalland, Marvin G, 1 .1,...,. 111 .....1..,..,,....,, 142 Kimball. David ..... ......... 1 43, 22'3, 276, 283 Kolman, Stanley ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 5 Qphomore Kallas, Edward E. .,,., .,.,,, 1 , .,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,, 126, 227 Kimball. James ........ ................. .............. 1 ................. 1 4 3 Kologi, Anthony ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,--,,,,1,,, 9 5 Kamhoot. Carole J. ....... ....,,. 4 2, 121, 126, 220, 248 Kincaid. Delbert ........,................. ...................... 9 4. 227 Kologi, Ronald ........... ,,,,,, 1 26, 255 Kamhoot, Patricia A. ...1 1 ..,......,..,.,..,.,.,..... 1142, 220 Klndzerski, Abraham 1Willier .... ...... 9 4,238, 284 Kologi, Stephen ........... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 1115 Kanemasu, Richard T. ....... 1... ...,.. 142, 229 King. Darrell ...............1..... 1 ...1.... ........ S ophomore Kolokotrones, Betty ........ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 115, 23.4 Kansala, Rayno A. ......,., 1.. 1 ,....., ,,,,,,,..,,.. 1 42 King. David .......... 1.1 ........ .............. J unior Kolokotrones, James ,1,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, F reshman Karlsen, Ernest ....,., 1 ,,,,, 1 ,..,..., 1 .,..,., .....,,,,.,,, 2 84 King. Dorothy ..... .1........... .................. 1 4 3 Kolstad, James ..,.,..,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,, F reshman Karvinen, John ,......,..,,,, 1 ,,..,,. ,,,,,,,, 9 4, 257 King, Edward ..... 1 ........ .........., 9 4, 227 Kolstad, Sylvia .,..,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 9 5, 261, 262, 273 Kassis, Annees ..,,..,.. 1 .,,1...,,,,,, 1 .1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 115, 267 King, Jimmie ....... .... 1 ..... 1 43, 237 Kondelik, Emil ,,.,,, ,1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 126, 280 Kastella. Donald ..... 1 .....,..,..,.. 1 ......,,,.,,..,,,,.,,. ,Freshman King, Lawrence ...... ......... S o-phomore Konesky, Richard .... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 43 Kathman, David ,,., 40, 42, 126, 192, 223, 276, 283, 285 Kinker, John ........................ ....... F reshman Kong, Wah Sang ,,,,...,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 1 44, 257 Kawanishi, George .1 ,,,,,,,1,,,,1,,,,,,,,, 1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1,,,, 1 ,,,,,,, 1 26 Kinshella, Patsy ......... 1 ......... .......,................ 2 .68 Kopitzke, Herman ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, J unior Kay, Robert Charles .1 ....., 1 ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 msenior Kiovsky. Mrs, Barbara ...... ......... S ophomore Kopriva, Phillip .,...., ,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 5, 225 Kayser, James K. ..... . Keeler, Kathleen ..... .. -..,.. .......S0phomore .............-.....,.......FI'8SI'lIl'l8,l'l Keenan, Kae D. ,,.. 1.,,,,,,, 1 ,,,,,1,,,1,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,1,,,,, 1 Junior Keene, Alan .,..,..., ,,,,,,1,1,,,1,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,1 1 ,,,,,, 1 1,,111,,,1 1 ,,,-,-, 1 42 Keene. Alice ................. -.31, 33, 94. 215, 252, 261. 262 Keene, Mary E. ...1.,1,,,,,,,,,11,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,11,,,,,,1 1,,,,,,1 1 42, 235 Kehrbere. Ernest V. ...,.,, ,,,,,,,..,,,1,,11,,1,,,,,,,,,,1111,1,,,,, 1 26 Kell, Charlotte .....,,,, ,1111,,,,,,,, 111,,,1 1 4 3, 219, 275 Kell. Daniel ..... 1 .,.,,,.,. 1.1 ,,,,,,,, ,,,1,,,, 1 43, 234, 270 Kell. Don ......... 1 ,,,, ,.,. 1 ,,1,,,,, 1 ,,,,,, 1 1111111,,111111 1 43 Kell, Richard .1.....,.1., ,,,11 1 11235, 282 Keilman. Harold J. ....., 1 ......... Sophomore Keller, Phyllis ........ .... . ,,,,. 1 .1.,1,,1 1 43, 220, 235 Keller. Suzanne L-.- ...... .. ...... 33, 48. 115, 220, 285 Kellogg, Mrs. Carole .,,,,,1,,, ,,11 1 ,,,,,,,,1, 1 ,1,, 1 ,,,1,1111,1 1 62 Kelly, James . ..,.,,1,1.,11 1.1. ,,,1111, ,111,,,,11,111111 1 11,1,1111 1 1,235 Kelly, Patricia Ann 1.1 ,,.1, , 1,1.,, ,,,111 Sophgmore Kelly, Robert .....,..,.. 11.1 ,,,,,,1,,,1,1,,,1, 1,1 1 ,,1, Sophgmgre Kelly. Robert J. ..,... . Kelly. Sharon Ann .,,... 11,,,,1, , 11143, 143 Kenck, Arlene .1,,,1,1.,,,1,,,11,,, 111111111 F reghman Kenck, Richard 1.1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,1 1111 1 11 1,1111,11111 232 Kenney, Eva .-.--.1 ...... 1 ,,,.,,,. ,1,,,1 9 4, 260, 251 Kenney. ROIl8.ld Lee M ......... ......... F' reshman Kent. Cecil .11111 ..... 1. ...... 1...,,,,.1,,, 1 15, 234 Kent, Donald L. . ..,,,,.. 1.1.1 ..,......,,1 1. .,1111S0ph0m0r9 Kent, Erwin ,,,1..,.,,,.,,,1 ,11111 ,,11 111 ,,,111 ,1,1111,,,11,,,1 J unior Kent, Marilyn .,....... ..1...11..1 .... 111 .,,....1..,,...., Freshman Keogh, Vincent G. 1. ......... 306 .............-...-.2B0 Kiovsky, Joseph ......... 1 ..., Kipe, Diana .................... Kirby, Jack ......... 1 Kirby, Marlene ........... Klrell, Kay .....,................ Kirk, Mrs. Eleanor ....... Kirk, Herbert .....,.,....... Kirk, Philip ................. Kirkpatrick, Jerald ......... Kirkpatrick. Mary G. .... . Kirsch, Dennis .............. Kirsch, John B. ....1... . Kitchell, Dale L. Klaue, Charles ........1 Kleffner, Bernice ...... Kleffner, Carol .......... Klimper, Charles ....... Kline, Catherine ..... Kllsis, Aldona ....... Klisis. George .......... Klunder, Charles ............. Knapp, Bradford ....... ..,....... Knapp, Thomas Leroy ...... Knapton, Richard .,,...... Knechtges, Don ..,.... 1 .... Knlerim, Gay .............. Knight. Clarence J. ..... . Knowles, Edward ........... Knowlton, William ...L ..... 1 ..l........ 94, 225 .........1.......158 .1.1.Freshman .1 ............... 158 277 .........1.......Senior ....,....Sophomore 1.....Freshman ......1Sophomore ........Sophomore .......F'reshman .......Freshman ........12'6, 227 247 276 .......,.Sophomore 215 ......1.115, 216, 278 283 ..........Freshman 126, 229, 283 94 .........126, 225, 249 ...,....94, 233. 255 210 ...,...FI'6ShITl3.l'l 1 43, 227 Koskela, Marvin ....... KOSKI, Carl ...,.......,.. Kotaki, Ruth ....... Koth, Robert ........... Kralich, Joanne ...1 Krall, Wilma ............. Kralovic, Joseph ........... Krame1'. Merlene .......... 148, 144, 237 1 ....... Sophomore .........144, 212 1. ...............,,,,.,,, 144 126, 212, 276 .....1......l44, 193 ......So1phomore Kramer, Richard A. ...... .....Freshman 144, 211. 278 Kratofll, Rudolph ............ ............. 1 15, 282 Kraus, Richard Lee ....... .......,11,....11.. 1 26 Krause, Richard E. .......... ..,.........,........... 9 5 Krlshnamurthy, M. B. ....... Freshman Kriskovich, Leonard ...... ........ F' reshman Kriskovich, Ronald ..... ........Freshman Kronebusch, Mary ....... ......... 1 44, 220 Krueger, Karol ......... ............ 1 26, 217 Kruger, Otto .............. ........ F reshman Krum, Mrs. Donna ...... ............ J unior Krum, Gladys ............ ................... 1 '60 Kruse, Gail ................... ........ F reshman Kuchenbrod, Ronald ...... ...... 1 .15, 234 Kuehn, William ............ .....1.... 1 44, 233 Kuhr, Kari ..................... .....l................ 2 13 Kuka, Herbert W, .......... ........ F reshman Kulawik, Eugene ...- ..l...... ............ S enior Kumpf, Roger ....... 1 ..,......... ........ F reshman Kundert, Mrs. Christine ...... ............ J unior Kuno, Penelope D. ............. ......... 1 44, 220 FLOOR COVERING Kurth, Mary Jane Kusomoto, Heloshi .,,.. Kutzman, N. John ,..... . Kuzara, James ...,..,., Kyle. Donald ...,. ,..,,, .. .. - L - Labrle, Jack L., ,,,.,..,,,. .,,..A.,, . .. Lachambre, Joyce ...A. .....A, Lachicotte, Francis Lacy, Donald ,..... Lacy, Robert .l,lc.., Lafond, Kay ,,,,,, ,,,,,, Laidlaw, David ......l Laird. Mrs. Laura ,,.,. BUILD AND OWN .,.......162 ,..,,,,.,.,.274 , 144. 235 , 144, 227 Freshman ..,...144, 235 ,..,.,,,,,,,162 .,..-..285 SGIIIOI' .43 144, 220, 285 .........,....Junlor Lamb, Earl Y,Y,,, ,,,..,. ,,,,, ,,,,,l, 1 2 6 , 185, 237 Lambdin, Barbara J. .,., ..,.....,.,,,,,,,,,.., ,Freshman Lambeth, William ,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,Y,,,,, ,,,,,A,, , , , ,Sophgmore Lamont, Harold ,,,,.,. ,, ,,A,.,.,.....,,,,,,,,,,..,,,, ,, ,,.,,,,,w,,,, ,144 Lance. William .c..... ......,. 9 5, 115, 199, 255, 259, 270 Landa. Clayton ..,.... ..2................ ............. 4 1 , 126, 233 Lander. James ..,..,, ,,,., ...,,.,,.,,,,..,,,,, .,,,,,, 1 2 6 , 237 Lander, Lloyd D, ,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 4 4, 237 Landis. Lois ,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,AA,,,,,,, , ,,,,,w,,A 1 58 Landon, Frank ....,,, ,,,,,,. 9 5, 235, 235 Li-LDGOII Jimmie ,.,.. ,,,,,,,, F .reshman Landskov, Arthur .... ,,,.., S ophomore Lang. Donald ........,,, ,,,,,,,, J 11111011- L-aneeslag, Janet ....,.. ....... .... ..., , . J unior Langley, George ,,,, ,,,,.,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,, 1 15, 237 Langston, Jay .,... .,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , 95, 235 MONARCH LUMBER CO. Lanier. Verle ........... ....... 1 15, 235, 276, 233 Lanhlng. Robert ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, S ophgmgre Lallllls, William ........,,,, .,,, ,,,, S 0 phomore LZDHIIHG, Mrs. Jerre ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, F reshman Lapiant. Kelly ...,...,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 44 Laport, Alexander ,...,,. ,,11,,,,,,,, 9 5, 284 LBIFSGH, Al'I10ld ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, F reghman Larsen, Donald .,,,, ,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,, M -144 Larsen, James ...., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 5, 245 Larsen, Lars ,,,.,.,., ,,,,,,,, F reghman Larsen, Leif ..,,...,.,,. ,,,,,,,,,, 1 44, 223 Larsen, Richard .,,. ,,,,,,,, 9 5, 237 Larson. George ...,.. ,,,..,,,,,1,,,,,,,, 1 54, 229 LB.I'SOf1, John M. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,1,,,,,,,,Y,,,,,, Sophomore Larson, Neva ...................., ...22........2.2,..,, 9 5 191, 215, 252 Larson, Sonja ..,. 46, 48. 126, Larson, Thomas ...............,....,,,, Larson, William ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, Lasher, Gaylord C, .... . Lashway. Roy ....,,,,..,, 191, 220, 248, 279. 284 271 274 269 115, 226. Laslovich, Robert .... Lattig. Lowell ......,,. Lauer, Diane ....... Laurie. Joan ..., . .,,,,,,,, Lawrence, John ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, Lawrence, Mrs. Lillia .,,,.., Lawrence. Ralph ...,.,,..., Lawry, Mrs. Dolores ....., Lawry, William ...........,, Lawson, Gail .......,,,,,,, Lawson, Raleigh ......, Laymen, Delmer ..... Layton, Michael ......,. Leach, Frederick ...... Lecompte, Steve D. ,,,. . Leconche, Richard ....., Lecount, George ....,. Ledvina. Lillian .,... Lee, James R, .,.. . Lee, Sen Lin .......... Lee. Yen Lin ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Leffingwell, Adelia ..... Lehrkind, Valerie ..... Leibrand, Roger .,... Leland, Ray ,..,..,..., ,, Lexnbke, Louis .......... Lembke, Raymond ......, Leonard, William ...... Leslie, Janice ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Lesuer, Blaine W. Leuschen, Arthur M. ...,., , Leuschen, Mrs, Lucille Levandowski, Lawrence ...,, Levang, Eugene ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Levin, Carol ...L ......,...,.... Levin, Mrs. Leta ,,,.... Levin, Theodore ....,,.,, Levno, Delwyn ,,,,,,,,,,.,, Lewellen, Mary Jean ..... Lewis, Gail ,,,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,, Lewis, Henry ...........,.. Lewis. James ..... Lewis, John ,,,.. Lewis, Lear ...,,......, Lewis, Richard ........ Lewis. Robert L.- ..,. ..,. . .. Lichtwardt, Nancy ...,.. Lien, Allen ....,.. - ,,,,..,,. Lightfoot, Gordon ..., Liles, Donald - ......,,,,..,,, Lindgren, Edward ....... Lindsay, Geneal L ...,..... Lindsey, Donald ...,......,.. .. Lindstrand, Lawrence ...... Linendoll, Leslie ..........,. Linse, Robert ........... Lippert. Roger .....,..,.. Listoe, Merle - ............... Livingston, Robert ,,,,,, Llewellyn, Marianne ..... Loaney, Anna ...........,... Lochridge, Paul -..- .... Logan. Carole ...- ........... Logan, Sidney ...................... Lombardi, Leonard G. .... . .....,....F1'eshman 278 214, 268 ,.....95, 233. 244, 261 ...............Freshman .................,.Junior 251 ..,...Sophomore ,......Ilreshman .. . ........................ Junior .....,.40. 42, 96, 223, 283 2 ,..... .Junior .- ......... 184 ,,....,,,,115, 229 267 , .,,, 191, 267, 277 160 154, 220, 285 144 ,. ...,,.,.. .Freshman ..,,.,,96, 199, 255, 259 .. ........ ,144, 233 .. ,, .. 127, 215, 248 .. ...... ..... J unior ....... ........ . .96 ,.,.,,...14-1, 237, 284 ,..,...115. 213, 278 .. ............ 96, 235 ,,...,..,,SoDhomore .......144, 191, 276 . Freshman 225, 280 ,.,,,Junior , ..,, , ,,.., Freshman . .... .. .... Sophomore 260 , ,,,, 116, 220, 247, 285 282 ,.,..,..116. 199, 239 Sophomore 213 ,..,....Senior ......,127, 239, 284 Sophomore 116. 237, 284 270 ....,.....145, 229 .......Junlor ,,........145. 217, 272 .........................-.Junior ....,..,145, 219. 276, 278 231 ...,,.....,.L..Freshman EVERYTHING IN FLOOR COVERINGS . . . WALL COVERINGS CARPETING - DRAPERIES - PAINTS - UPHOLSTERING This Is Our Business - Not cz Side Line THOMPSON BROS. 135 W. Mendenhall Phone IU 6-5072 A MONARCH HOME With Materials From 35 Yards in Montana In Bozeman lt's CHAMBERS-Fl HER CO ONE OE MONTANAS BETTER DEPARTMENT STORES 1307 McDonald, Loney. William LLLL ..... L ..... L ...,.............. -LL116, 188 Long, Doris .LLLL.L...LL.LL.LLL.46, 116, 221, 247, 276 Long, Jo LLLLL.LLLLLLL .....,. L .....,... L...L.-46, 122, 217 Loomis, Dean ...,.. L- .......,.,... L...L ................ L.Fr6Shman Lorah, Carlton ,.., LLL.-.L .... L- ......,.. L...LLLFr6ShmHn Lord. Edward L ..... LLL- A,.,.. ...V -LLL-95. 229 Lord, Mrs. Nona L .... L.L ......,....,.vr L ,.,....,....... 96. 221, 278 Lorenz. Arthur L .A..... L.-L ........ LL ...... L .... L-..S0DhOm0I'6 Love, Marvin .w.... -L.L ..,,,..,.. L.LL.96, 244 Loveall, Lynn ,,,,.... L-L ......... .L ...o..,.. .L.LL.1-45, 233 Lovfald, Lorin O. LL...LL-.L.L 7... L ........... -Sophomore Lowe, Terrence Peter ......, L ...,,.7.... L ....A.A...... L.-.L .... LL284 Lowell. Darryl .....,..,,... L..L ,,7,,, -...L.L l....... L Y...,. LL145 Lowell, J. Bradley ...., L ............ L ,.,...,.,.--. Fr6ShIn8n Lowery. Bette .......,..... ........... L .,.. L .,,A,.,.,.. 1 16, 191, 279 Lowney. Lenus .LLL .....,......V,...- LL- ,.f......,...Y. L -...-.... L--145 Ludtke, Nancy ...... ...L .......................... 127, 217. 243 Luft, Leroy L .,..... L ........ L 40, 127, 192, 223, 280, 283 Lund, Ben .... ....................... L L .... L.L ................ L.FI'9Shl'n8I1 Lund. Mrs. Darleen .L ........ L ...... L ............ -L.-LL..Jl1hi01' Lundmark, Lois ...L.L ............. -L..L ............. LL ...... 43, 115 Luge, Myrna, ,LL,,,,,,,,,,. ,L,,,, L ,,,,,,,. .... L L F!'9Shl'I'1aI1 Lyle, Robert ................. L..-L.. .-L.LL.145. 229 Lyman, Ceylon A. -L ........... .......... ..... L . LL .... Junior Lynch. Billie ..............................................-..-.. 48. 145. 277 Lynch, Neil .................... L..L ......... L..L ............ LL ..... 96, 235 Lynde, Christine ....... L ................... L .............. ---.L..-L.159 Lyon, Roger ,,,,,,,,... L LLLLLL L ......... LL .L......L....... L.LFrEShIn9.n Lyon, Victor ,...,,, LL .......... .....,. L ...... L ..... L .Freshman L M L Maack Sharon ........ L.-L ....... L ....................... L ........ L ..... 145 Maamary, Samir ..... ...... . LL .... L .... L ......... --L..L-.L267 MacDonald. Donald .... LLLLLLL- ........... L-L-LLL145 MacGregor, Karelee Mack. Vt illiam ............... MacPherson. James MacRobbie, Donald ............ .L ..... Macumber. Donald ,LL Madden, Forrest ...,... Madison, Ralph .L.L ...... LLL145, 211 L. ......... LLLFreshman .LLLL.Sophomore ......LLFreshman LL.LL.L.Sophomore ..L........LL..Sophomore L.L...LL.127, 235 Madson, David .... L- ..... ....... L ............ L ......... LL LLL127, 233 Maehl. Carl ............... L.L- ...... LLLL ...... LLLLLL145 Magee, Phyllis A. ...L ..................... L .......... L..S0DhOm0l'9 Magill. Karen ....... L ............. L .......... .... L L40, 144, 211 Magill, Keith L... LL ....-. L .... LL ......... ..L... L .LLL-- 1 27. 227 Mahe, Edward ...L.-.L..-.LLL..L ............... L.S0Dh0m0r9 Mahugh, Vernon . ....... L..L...LL..L .......... L-L-LL-193 Mains, James J. L ..... L ..... L-.L ....... ...... L LL- ..---.. 96 Malberg, Kenneth LL. LL-LLL L,,,,L,,,,,,, .,,, LL LLLL.116 276 Malcolm, Philip- L... L..L..L .... L ...... L ........ LLL145, Malcolm, Robert ...... L .......... ..L-127, 275 Malisani. Arthur ................ L...L ..................... .LLLL-L.-145 Malmquist, Glenn ........... L..L..- .................. L -...... LL----116 Malrnstad, Sylvia .... LLLLL ........................ 116, 212, 273 Malone, M, Katharinet ........ ........ 1 27, 219, 276, 284 Maloney, Elaine L ........ L...L ........ ................... L .L..Junior Maney. Mrs. Marjorie ........ .......... ..... L ......... J u nior Mangan, Shirley .L .... L .......... L ....... ........ S ophomore Manley, Dave L.L ....,... L ..... L ......... ....... L .Sophomore Manley. Joe B, .L ..... ................................,,.. L Freshman Maranian, Paul LL ....L...... L .......,....,...... LLLLLLLLLL2-67 March, Daniel .... LLL .... LLLLLLLL .,,.,... LLLLLLLLL256 March. Margaret L.LL ..... L.L .................. LLL.L..Junior Marchello, John LLLL ...,.. L ..... LLL ...,. LLLLLLL116 Marchwick, James ........ LLL ....................... LLFreshman Marchwick, John L..L ...LLL LL .... L.L .....,,.., LLFreshman Marcotte, Kenneth ...... L..L ...... ....... L -Sophomore Marek, Frank LLL.LLLLL.L.-L ,,.... ,..,..... LLL LL127, 231 Marinkovich, George .... L .L ........ ..LL.LLSophomore Marino, Joseph ..L...LL ......... ....... L ...... L LLL37 Marion, Chester -LLLL ........ ........ L .Freshman Marlow, John Bruce LL ,......,.. L ........,... LLL203, 259 Maronick, Edward R. ........ L ...,..... L..L .... L .... 96, 274 Marrero, Baldomero O. ..L ...... ................ L ............. 9 6 Marsh. Miles B, .L .......... L .... .L .............. L..L.-.LLL......96 Marsh, Norval L. ........... L.L ......... .... L -96, 244, 262, 270 Marshall, Donald ......... LLLL ......... L ......... LSophomore Marshall, Gerald A. ...,..... LL ....... L ......, LL...145, 229 Marshall. Jean L. .L ....... L .... L.L .................. L.LFreshman Marshall, Meredith E. L ....... L ,,.... LLL127, 215 Martel, Martin Ma1'tin Martin Martin Martin Martin Martin Martin, Martin, Martin Martin Martin Martin Martin Waldemar ...L.LLL......... ,Arch G. .... L.LLL..L...L .... .LLLLLLLLL145 L-L-LS91'li0I' , Arden L. L .............. L ................ ...LL..Senior , Bennie L. .L .... , , David W. ..... . L .............. Sophomore LLLL...L.......L145 , James L. LL. ............... L .............. LL ...... Juniior . Loren W. .L.L ..,,....... L ....,............ LLSophomo-re , Larry D. ................... L .............,,.. LL-LFreshman Mary Joanne ..................,......,...... Lsophomore Robert C. L.L...L..L.LL ......... L..127, 235, 249, 285 , Robert R. L ...... L ..... L ....... ........... 1 27, 223, 283 . Russell V. ..LLL ..... L ......... ...... L ...... L L 145 , William E. L.L .................. L ........... LL ....... L-127 ' 127 , WXDODZ ...L...L. L .L......L... L ..,.,... ,LLLLLLLLLL son, Ronald H. ..... . L ..... L..L ............... Sophomore Mason, John Keith ...........,. .L ...... L ......... L..Freshman Mason, Joseph G. ..L ....... L .......,.. L ........ LL.LL...LL.-.116 Mason. William C, ............,,, LLLLL ..,,, LL ,,,,., L127, 227 Matchett, Jacquelin, ,LL ................... LLL127, 162, 219 Mathews, Carol J. LLL Mathias, Catherine R. Mathis Mathis . Jacquel n G. LL ......... 48, 109, 116, 211, 273 L..L ..... LLL.LSophomore L ............ LL ...... L.LL145, 217 Y on, Edmund J. LLL ..... L...L.LL...L. ..... L..Freshman Matson, Andrew Alex ...,..., LLL ..,,, L ,,,.,, LL116, 279, 286 Mattm Mattm iller, Evelyn M. L.L L... L.LL..LLLLL.L.,LL145 iller, Robert L...L.L....L..L .... LLLL..Junlor Mattson, George A. L .... L.LL38, 109, 116, 237, 249 Maung, Nyunt LLL.LL.L..L.LL ...,.., LL ..,,,, LLLLLLLL-267 Maurer, Marjorie H. LL ........... L ....,..... LLF1-eshman Maxwell, Hugh W. LLLLL ................. LL116, 235, 280 May, Edward C. LLLLL.LL ...........,,. LLLLFreshma,n May, Frederick C. L. Mayer, Mayku Mayku 308 LLLL ..... L ..... L ..... L272 Beverly J. LLLL...-..L ..... -LLL162 th, Elizabeth A, LLLLLLLLLLL127 th, John J. L LLLL .L.LL.L..L.LLLLLJun1or McAlpin Nell Robert McArthur Raymond S. .... ...,.., . ......Senior ........SGI'l1O!' ...........Sophom ore Mazanec, Bernard E. .......,.. ...,,....,,,,,.,.,.,,.,, , McAlpin, Alice A. .....,,, LL ,.L,..,,,,.,,,, LLLL ,,,,,,,-,,, 145, 219 ' W McBurne Chadwick Y. McCabe, Patricia A. L ...... .,,,.., 3 8, McCafferty, Calvin ............ .,...,,.,,. McCafferty, Constance ...L.L...Sophomore 46, 145, 215, 285 ...-......-Freshman 162 McCall, Denny .,,,... LLL ..,.,, , McCallum, Bruce A. L..L ...... . McCaskie, Harold L... L ......... McCaslin, Nell Elwood McCauley, Darlene J. ....... . McC1intlck, Robert L. ....., . McCloy, Albert J. ......, L .....,. . McClure, Donna J. .... L McCollum, John L ......... McConnon. David LL ....... McCormick, Edmund ...... McCormick, Thomas ..... L .......... L-L...L.96 .....L-116. 203 ......L.LLL231 116 .- ........ L ......... 127, .......46, 16, .L......L..116, 160 227 48, 127, 284 284 227 .....LL.-L-.....L. 1 16 .......--Freshman LL..9o, 280, 283 McCormick, Wm. ............ ..,...,,,,,,, S ophomore McCoy. Johnny LL .............. .................. F reshman McCoy, Leslie ...L .... L .... L ......... L.L .,...,,,.,.,.., 96, 28'3 McCracken, Darrel W. .... ,,......,,,,,,,,,.,,,. J unior McCracken, Dave LL ................. L ............... Junior McCracken, Ellen .............,..............,.,......, L ,,...,.,, 48, 145 McCrea, George L. L..L..--.-L-..L-.-.46, 116, 185, 199, 237, 254, 255, 259 McCrea, Ray ........... L ...................................................,.., 254 McCroskey, McCrosson, McDermott, McDermott, Patrick Marlene William ........ John ............ Vern A. .... . McDonnell, McDougall, McDowell, Russell ,,..... McElyea, Leslie J. L ........ McEnderfer, James ....... James D. .... ...... . Kenneth .... ..L...Sophomore ............F'reshman ..L...116, 283, 285 .L...L..96. 203, 235 159 127, 223, 280, 283 L LL........L.... F1'eShITl8.l'1 ..L...Freshman ..L....L.Senior McFarland, Margaret ....... ....... L ...,... . LL116, 211 McGarry, Mrs. Marilyn ........... L .,.... L .,..... ,........ J unior McGhee, John T. ...L ......... L ...,,. L ....,,.,,......,., Senior McGiboney, Donald ...... .......... ..,,,...... L . L ..... 127 McGinnis, James W. ...... ................................ 1 45, McGinnis, Mary Ann ....... LL.. McGlothlin, Charles McGlothlin, Everett L.LL.145, 213, 237 285 272 ....... L.L ..... 127, ....................L-.127, -.L-LL ...... L-L..31, 38, 46, 116, 203 McGowan, Duane G. ................. . McGowan, Sharon F. ...L ...........,.... McGrew, Jean A. L ............., McGuire, John H. L ......... L ..... McHale, Martin James McHugh, Peter Joseph 233, 2.59, 286 235 ..L..L..L..L..162 145 233 unior .,..L.L..L.L...145 96 235 Mclnerney, Helen F, ......, ..,.,,,.. Sophomore Mclnerney, Nancy J. ....... .....,...,..,,........ S ophomore Mcllhattan, James .,............ ...L L .....,,....., 9 6, 229, 257 Mcllhattan, Robert ..... L .............. L...116 235, 254, 276 McKechnie, Arlene ........ McKeever, McKeluey, McKenna, McKenzie, McKenzie, McKnight, ......Freshman Eugene R. ....... .................. 1 45, 229 Sheila A, L ......., ............. ......FI'8ShI'fl3.I1 Beatrice L ......... .LL ........ ........... 9 6, 221 Carol ............. L ..........,........ LL ....,, 158 Charles R. .........,. L ........ ....... L .Lsophomore Mrs. Lucille ...L ........... L ............L.L JUIHOI' McLaughlin, Eloise M. McLees, Donald H. ....... L ....,,, . McLees, Richard Neal .L ....,...,,. McLeod, Claudia. Joan L McLeod, James S. McLeod, John L. ........... . McMahon, Carol Ann L.. McMichael, Jon D. L ....... McMillan, Thomas F. .......LF'reshman ....L...96, 213. 273 -.......Freshman ..-LL,..L......116 ..L..L..L...159 LLL146, 227 McNel1s, Mary Alice L ..... L .................... L .............,, Junior McNichol, Eldon James McPhee, Judith Ann ..... McPherson, James ........ McPherson, McQueary, Marlene ...,. Georgia A. L...L..38, 127, 230, 249 L.......-146, 285 L ...................... ...... L L96 31, 916, 162, 245, 276 McQu1tty, Bill ..... LL ............ L ....,, LL..L..L.LSophomo.re McRae, Richard Paul ...... ................. Freshman McRae, Wallace L.L .............. ...................... 1 17, 235, 255 McReynolds, John S. ...L ...... L .... L..L .......... L .......... L116 WcWhi-rter, James R. .... ............ 1 27, 235 Meadows, Marzee ......,.. .......... .... L . .146, 277L.. Meakins, John R. ..... . L..L ...... . ......... Sophomore Mee, Larry R. LL ........... ...... ...... . 1 27, 225, 273 Mee, Leah Marie -..L ........................... ......... S ophomore Meheen, Said ...L.-L ................... L ...........,.. L ,,......... Junior Mehling. Beverly Melaney, Charles Melcher, John B. ........ . 146, 217, 277 ....... . .......... LFreshm an L ...... L .........,................. Junior Mell, Norman M, ............. L ........,.,.... 146, 193, 199 Mellinger, George L. ..... .........,... ....... L . L146, 229 Melott, John W. ........... L ............... 50, 97, 275 Melvin, Paul M. LL ...... ..............., S ophomore Mendel, Mary Jane ...L ,...... ..L...146. 219, 276, 278 Merchant, Donald H. ........... ...................... S ophomore Merchord, Brice ............... L ............... 117, 203, 235, 259 Mergenthaler, Mildred L.L...LL.L..L..L.LLL.-.162 Merritt, Dolores L ...........,. LL ..... ...... . Merrymon, John E. ....... . Merrymon, William E. Messick, Claud T. ......... . 119, 127, 248, 278 ......-.........LFreshman .LLL......L..SO'DhO1T101'E L..........LFreshman 273 Metcalf, Margaret L. ......... .... . .....LLL.146, Metz, Mondell F. ..L ....................... L ......... .LL .... LL-117 Meyer, Jack L...L ............ L..--- ....... L ................. LL97, 231 Michall, Mlchail S. .... L ........ L..L .......... LL.L...L2'67 Mickelson, Peter D. ...L ................ L .......... --L..117, 239 Micken, Donald H. ....... L ................ L .......... L.L ....... L37 Mikkelson, Arnold M. ......... LL ..... L-L.-L-.L..L.....97, Mlkkelson, Christian L .......... LL Mikkelson, Murnell L. ........... L- , Mllanovich, Stella ...LL.LL...LL--LLLLL...-L48, 127, Milek, Janet Marie -LL.L..L fLffffffffffi'46f72I1' 2'84 127 278 243 160 .LL.LL.....-..LLL-97 Milledge, Richard K, .,..... L..LLL,L,L Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller. Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller. Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, C8.l'0l L...L .LLL..,... L .,,1..,.. L L,,,, ..L..-127, 215 Dee Von ...............,,.,,..., ,,,,,,, 1 46, 275 Della Lee ...L .,LL.L LLL ....,.,, mm-Senior Donna Ann .,.,,... ,.,,.,..,,,,,,,..,,,,,,-,--,,,,,,,,,, 1 46 Gary G. .LLLL .,...,...,.,,,,.,,.,,.,,,, L ,,,,,,..., LLW203 George W. Gerald L. 203, 227, 259, 287 239, 272 Helen E. .... . .........,.. ......, . Jack H. ............. L .,..... . Jack K. ............... Kenneth P. Jr. ...... . Laura Ruth ................. Lowell J. L ........ ......L146, 276, 284 .......L.L..Jl.l!110!' L ...... .Sophomore .......97, 213, 254 ......-SOD1'10l'I10l'e Marilyn .............. .......... ................,,......., J u nioir Mrs. Marry G. Norman F. ........... . Phyllis E. ............. . Ralph Kim ..... L ........... Richard D. ...L . Robert L. ..,,. Wallace G. ............ ........L..Jl1I'l1OI' -..- ............... S enlor 191. 279 127. 184, 237. 279, 284 237 Miller, Wm. Louis ....... L ....... Millhouse, Mrs. Kathe .......... Mills, Mrs, Della M. ....... L ........ . Mills, George A, .......,.... . Mills, Philip A. Minna, Ardis E. ...... . Minshall, Gerry W. ..... . Mirza, Halder Beg ............. Mitchell, Edwin R. Jr. Mitchell, Robert T. ...... . Mito, Henry T. L ............. ..L...117, 231 ..........L..L....L.117 ..L.Freshman ..L.Freshman Mitschke, Thomas N. Miwa. Ernest M. ................. ........ . Mix, Thomas O. ..... . .....LFreshma.n -...-.LLL221 L..,...146, 235 .......97. 267 ..-......L.12'7 ......97, 184 ...........-..L...97 ..............S6I110l' .L.S0P1'1OI'I10I'e ....LL....Freshman Mize, Everett. R, .................................. L-...........F.reshman 48 127 Mockel, Carol L. ........... L.. 2-13, 2.48, 285 ........................ LLL284 Modzelewski, Thaddeus . Moe, Roberta L. .... , Mohr, Gordon J. ...................... ....... . .L ...... L. Molendyk, Hermena Moller, Cheron L. L ........... Mollerstuen, Robert ........ 31 Molthen, Edward H., Molthen, Theodore J. Molvig, Carol L. .............. . 277 ..L.Freshman 84, 97, 228, Monaghan, Thomas M. .... . Monger, James H. .............. . Monk, Mrs. Margaret Montgomery, Betty R. ...... . Moody, Moore, Moore, Moore, Moorer, Moore, Moore, Moore, Vernon L. ..... L Bonnie ........... ...... Donald W. ........... . Gerry E, . ........,........ .. Herschel D., Jr. Mary D. L ........... L ....... Richard L ............ Robert Albert ..... Moos, Richard E. ......... 262, 269, 284 .L.L......97, 287 ,.LLLL....L.....203, 259 LLLL......L-.L..162 ..L.Freshman ...Sophomore ........--.Jl1I'l10l' ,L,LLLL..127, 213 L .... L..L-L.117 ..L-...9'7, 221 ........L146, 276 ........L.LLL.2'76 ...Sophomore ..........146, 213 ..L.Freshman .LLL.L.,..L146, 285 Mora, Bill K. .............. ...... --...- ..--. ---- 9 7 , 2 35. 259 Morck, Charles E. ............................ .---.-.- .F reShm9J1 Morck, Neil F. ........ . L ----.-.. L .-----.-. ------- - ------ 9 7. 244 Morgan, Gerald D. Morgan, Janet M. ..... . Morgan, Rahna M. Moriarty, Robert J. Moritz, John P. ............. . Morrelles, William W. .... . Morris, Richard D. ....... L.. Morris, Richard F. ......... . ,L ...,,,.. ..... L LLLLLLL97 .........Freshman .....L...146, 159 .......12'7, 237, 259 LL .,.... LLLLL.9'8 L.L..- ....... LL-1 17 .....L....L.....LS0D1'10lTl0l'B L ...,,.......... 98, 203, 233, 259 Morris, Robert N. .L-..L .......... L .......---.-.--- ---------------'93 Morrison, O. Mikell ....... Morrison, Jack C. ........ . Morrow, Theodore F. .... . Morse, Russell W. ............ . Morse, Stephen I. ....... . Morse, Theodore W. .... . Morton, Carol J. ....... . .LLL..11'7, 215 L L.... L...F1'8ShIT18,I1 ..L .... -.146. 283 L ,.,... L ...... Lsophomore unior .....-...Fre'shman 46 ..L..L.LL ...... 146 Morton, Julia L. ..... ---..--.------ - ----.---. - Morton, Mary Jo ..... . ...... 33, Morton. Max H. ............. ......... . Mosbaugh, Mary L. ..... . Mosby, David G. ............ MOSSBF, Mary E. .-......-L---L - 96, 213, 252, 261, 262 .LLLLLL...L..L.F'1'ESh1T18.I1 .......98, 119, ....L......LL--160 227. 255, 259 LLLL.L.-..-.-146 Mountain, Raymond D. ..................---1..---- 123. 249. 255 Moutsoudi, Roxani G. ................... L .......--....-- --L-L------117 Muchmore, Gilbert L, 33, 117, 203, 233, 2416, 271 Mueller, William J. ................................ .......... F res-bmah Muir, Artha L, ..... L ....... .....- L ...--------.-- - 4------------ 9 3' 211 Mulkins, Sharril A. Mullen, Muller, Gerald E. .... . Regis R.. ............. L Mullowney, Edward J. .... . Mundale, Patricia M. Munday, James L. ........ . Muneta, Edward ......... Munn, John A. ............ . Munroe, Munson Munson MUHSOH Munson i 1 David M. .... . , Karen J. Lewis A. .... . Robert M. William O. ..... . ........146, 217, 278 L.,........L...Jlll'!i0I' ........-So-pho-more ..L...Sophomore .Freshman .......-...-Junior ....L.......L...Junlor LLLLLL128, 225, 273 LLL48. 128. 271, 284 ,,,,,LL.......L...SO-Dl'10lTl0I'6 ,LLLLL,,.....L...Freshman .Fr eshm an Munyer: George J. ..............------ ---------------------- - Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy: Murphy Murphyi Murphy Murphy Murphy Murray, v f 1 1 , Thomas A. Brendan J. ..............------ ------------.------ - --231 235 Gary E ........... 98, 225, 247, 261, 276 282 Geraldine A. ................ Ronald J . Janie Jo ..................... ..----- .---- - 191, 32, Nancy J . L .............. ----..------.------ - 270, , 146, 217, 279 117, 214, 268 L ...... LL...147 2115, 285 Patricia A. .... L ........ L --.--- -----147. F1'6'S1'1IT18.!1 Freshman Mrs. S. LL.L ......... - ------------ --- .Freshman Barbara A. L ............. .-.-.--- - --------- Myers, Clarence J. 146, 219, 278 LLLL.LLLL...267 Murthi, Kotturi S. ..L ...L LL ----- ---- ------' -- L..-.Sophomore Myers, Sydney - ..,..,. -..- ....7. . Myrhow, Pat --.- .v.. ..- VV.V.77 .. -N- Nadeau, Leo C. ..., . Naegell, Jo J. .....,,,.-..,. . Nagel, Nancy C. ......, , Nagengast, Patricia ,,,,, Nagle, Richard W. . .... , Nagode, Clinton .,.,..,,,. Nagode, Larry Allen .. Nail, Edward Robert Nance. James W. ...... . Nance, John W. ,.,.,,.,. . - ...,.,. 42, 128, 221 ...........147, 277 ...FI'9ShIT1aI1 , , ,... 128, 221 , , . .128 ,., Sophomore ,,,.. 48, 285 ......,... ..98 Freshman .Sophomore .....Jun1or , ., . .,,., .....128 Napton, Lewis Kyle ......, Sophomore Naranche, Joyce F. ,,.,, . .......... 98, 159 Nash, John A. ........, .... ................ 1 4 7 Nauman, Bill ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,.... ,,,,1.. 1 2 8, 188 Nauman, Virginia E. .. ...,.,,,,,., ....,. 1 47, 276 Ne8.l'IT1B.D, Robert J. ..,,. . Neeley. Doral L. .A,, . Nei, Kenneth J. ..,,, , Nelffer, Clifford H. Neiffer, Shirley Lay ...,. Nelll, Arthur K. ., Neilson, Jerry L. ,,,, , Nelson. Beverly ,.,.,., Nelson, Coral Jean .... Nelson, Donald ,,.,..,, Nelson, Donald E. .. Nelson, Doris M. ,.., , Nelson, Emil J. ..,,..,., , Nelson, Helen K. ...,,.. . Nelson. John Harold ,..,, Nelson, Keith O. .,,,.. . Nelson, Kenneth W, Nelson, Leland R. , Nelson, Martin J. , Nelson, Marvin D. , Nelson, Melvern .. Nelson. Philip I, ,. Nelson, Phyllis R. . Nelson. Ralph V. .,., ,. Nelson, Robert K. ..,, , Nelson, Willard G. ..., . Nelson, William H. Nelson, Yvonne F, ..,,. . Nerbvig, Lanny ....,..,, Nerhus, Harold Nesbitt, Rupert F. ..,, . Neshelm, Norma A. ,, Nesja. Mrs. Fern Ness, Donald L. . ....... ,, Ness, Russell Paul ,..,,, Nett, Gene A. ........,,.,., . Neubert, Judy Ann ,,,,,.. Neunaber, Mary D, Nevin, James R. ...,..,, Nevin. Lawrence E. ...,.. , Newhall. Chandler G. Newhall, Clarence ,......., Newhouse, Robert R. ,.,, ,,,. ...L ,,., Junior 2 ..,..,..,.., 128 , .,,, ,98, 284 Freshman Sophomore ,....4l, 128, 233 ,,..,...Sophomore 128 .....---.--,..160 ..,-..-... 117 ,.,,,....Junior .............,.,147 ,....,Freshman ,.,,,..Sophomore ,....,,..128, 237 .............L.128 ,......Senior 1 7. 283 ...Freshman .Sophomore ,,,,,,..160 ,.,,...,,,Junior ,,,,,,,.....Senior ,. .. ,-18. 128, 256 , Sonhomore .. Sophomore , Freshman ..,,,,...,117, 237 98. 237, 284 , ....,. 98, 277 ,,........Junior ,,,..,117, 237 ,,,,...147, 233 ,,......128. 225 ,, .... -..98, 272 , .,.,,,... -..Senior Sophomore Sophomore .Sophomore Freshman SECURITY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY BOZEMAN MONTANA Newklrk, Vera Jean .. ....... 37, 147, 211, 277 Newman Ida Mary ...... .,..............,..,..... .,,.... 1 4 7, 179 Newman James B. L.. ..... ..... L ...,. ,... 1 1 7, 128, 235, 276 Newman John ...,...........,.... 941. 48, 117. 227, 285, 287 Newman, Sarah Ann ,.,.,,.,.,.,.,, .,,, 3 3, 98, 191, 215, 279 Mwdana Jlafel Newton, Stanley W. Neyland, Harvey D. ..,,, . Neccum. Jem P. 1..,.,.,., Nicely, Norma E. ,...... . Nicholes, James A. .,...., , Nicholson, Rosemary Niebel, M. Charlene Nielsen, Benson .......,,, Nielsen, Ernest .......,, Nielsen, George Nielsen, Glenn A. ..,. , Nleskens, Leon ..... Nlgro, Joan ....,......, Nlsbet, Richard ...., Nobles, Terry .,,.. Noel, Forrest L. Noel. Phyllis A. .........,...,... . Noetsker, Royal W. Nolde, Harold C. Noll, Neil E, ....... Noordzy, Marion ....,,, Nonper. Thomas E. Nordlund, Daniel ..., Norling, Bonnie J. Norman, Sharlene ....., Norris, Beverly ...., ,, Norris. Thelma Jean .. Northam, Beverly J, .. Northcutt, Raymond E. Noteboom. Donald .,.,, ., Freshman ,. ..........,..,. ...,........,. 2 29 Freshman ..., 147, 211 L.,-10, 147. 223 ., ..., ,,.......,, .,,, 2 2 1 278 , . 99, 213. , ,, ,,,, 117, 236 ..... 117, 227 , .,,,,. Sophomore .........117. 203, 225, 259 ..,........,...Junior Freshman 121, 128, 219, 276, 278 ..................,....Freshman .. 133. 147, 225 ,, .,,....., Freshman ,Freshman ..... 99. 199, 279, 286 ..31, 128, 221, 248. 268 213. 278 , ,, ,Freshman ...Freshman ...,...,...,. ,...117 . , ..., . ..,.... ...,.. . .99 ,,,,,,,l47. 223. 283 Nottl, John E. .........,.,.,... ,,.,,,,,,, S ophomore Nottingham. William ,, . 128, 192. 223 Noyes, Ann .......... .. .,.,.,, , ...,. ...,.. . ,.,,..,14'7 Noyes. Caryl ..... ...... . .,,, 40, 48, 147, 213, 277 Nuffer, Paul Cole ., , ,,Sophom0re Nulty. Gerald ..,,,,, ., ,,,, , ,Sophomore Nute. Robert .. .... , ,..... ..., , ,, ,, 46, 43, 99, 254 .. 0 - O'Boyle, Lorraine .......... ......, ..,,, , , 147, 219, 276, 273 O'Brien, Marion ...... O'Brlen , Mark A. ..,,, , ,, .,...,,. 147, 221, 2712 284, 285 .. ... . ... .Freshman O'Brien, Patricia O. ...,.. , ..,, ,,,.,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 4 7 Ochs. William Marvin ..... ........ 4 0, 128. 223, 280, 283 Odell. Larry ......... - .......... ........,,.... ,,,,,,....,. 1 4 7, 284 Ogden, Robert ...........,., ......,,..,,,, , ..,Fre5hman O'Hare, Everett ......, ,.,,,, ,,,,. 1 4 7, 227 Olen, Leah Rae .,,,,,,,,,, M,-,99 Oleyar, Rosemary ..,... ..,,,,, 1 47, 221 MEL EICHER, Monoqer CAFE AND BAR AN ACON DA, MONTANA MONTANA'S S 61 H GREEN STAMP DEPARTMENT STORE Locotted in the Heort of Downtown Butte 309 For Finer Furniture Gallatin Valleg Furniture Co. Complete Home Furnishings and Carpets Olinger, Wm. Ernest ....,.,,.,, Oliver, Olive-r, Oliver. Olsen, Olsen, Olson, Olson, Olson. Olson, Olson, - ........ -, ..,.. Junior DE10res Myrt .-.- ........ ,,.,,.e.. F reshman John M00re ,,..,, .,....... S ophomore Lawrence ..... ......,,,,,,...,,,,.,,.,,,,.,,,, S ophomore Eugene .........,.,.,. ......., 3 1, 32, 99, 199, 227, 255 Francis .,,,....,,...,.. ,....e,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-.,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 ,117 Barbara Ann ....,, Donald ,..- .....,, Franklin ..,,,,.,,,..,, George Arnold ..,,,,. George Arthur ,..,. 303 East Main Bozeman Dry Cleaning by ITY DYE WORK in BOZEMAN ..........SoDhomore ........,Freshman ..,,...,..117, 128 237 Olson, John K. ,,,,,,.,,,,.,, .....ll.....,.,,,,,,,..., 1 47 Olson. Karen Lee ........ ,,,,,ss,, 2 9, 117, 213 Olson, Laurence D. ....,,,, ....., ..s..,. S o phomore Olson, Norman Lewis ..,.. .,,,,.........,,.. 1 ...Sophomore Olson, Thomas Andrey .,............,,.,. - .....,,., 128, 147, 235 Olson, William A. ,.,,.,,,,,.,,,.,,,,, 99, 255, 270, 273, 282 Oma, Victor .......,,,....,,,.,,,. ....,.....,.....,......,. S ophomore Omunson, Donald ...,.,,,.. .....,,...........,,.,,,,.,...,,,.. 1 28, 227 O'Neil, Robert Edwin ,.,,,,.,,,.,,,,, Opie, Noreen Elizabeth Opprecht, Merrill ,...l...,,..,...... 1. .. Orham, Maurice Donald Orr, Lee Ernest ,,,,..........,,,..,.. Orr, Richard .,.,,,,..,,..,,,,..,.,. Orr, Robert Eugene .,.,... Ortner, George W. ..., . Osborne, Bruce L. ....,....,. Osburnsen, Jerry ..,,.....,., 117, 199. 235, 255, 259 ..................l......,......Soiphomore .,....117, 231 ....-.....117, 233 .........-.....l17, 237 . ...- .,...... -272 ...............Senio-r ..,,.,...Freshman Osburnsen, Leo Everett ...,... -.128, 185 Osier. Richard R, ,..,,,,,,,..l ,,..........,,,,,,..., 1 47 Osness, Robert ....,......,,,.. ,,,,,,, S ophomore Ostenson, Desta Ann ..,.,,. ,,....... 1 47, 221 Ostrum, Carol J. ...,..,,..... .-....-.Junior Ott, Sandra Michaelf .,,,, ...,,,,,,,,,,...... 1 47, 277 Otten, Donna Gail ........ ...........,..,,......... - ..... 1 28 Otto, Wayne E. . .......,,., ..,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.... - ...Junior Overby. Gordon J. Overgard, James ..,,,, Overton, Vearl H. Owen, Donald O. ..... , Owen, Kenneth L. Owens, Lynn ...,...,,,,,,, Owens, Mrs. Olive ..,,., Owens. Willis L. ..., . MADE IN MONTANA Used at Montana State College for 10 Years 128, 228 249 280 ...-...i.128., 229 ..............,..........,,.S6H101' 192, 22'3, 280, 283 223, 283 ..-.........Sen1or ......Sophomore Owsley, Loretta M. ....,,,,....,...., .......,........,. 1 62 Packer. Dean C. ....,,,, ..o....,o.,,, ,,..,,,. F r eshman Pacovsky, Patricia ...,..,o....... .L ,.,..,,.,-,,,,, 148 Padilla Socorro ,,.,.,............, ,....,.,, F reshman Pahrman, Mrs. Shirley ,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,.....,....,.,,..,....... Senior Paige, Kathaleen .....,.., - .,...,...,.......,,...,..,,..,,... 1 ..,., -.-...148 Paige, Ronald ...... 82, 199, 244, 255, 261, 263, 280, 283 Painter, Jean Ellen ,,,.,,,. Painter, Judith Ann ..,,.. Paisley, David D. ..,..... , ......82. 221, 252, 263. 268, 28-5 128. 199, 233, 259 Paola, Shirley K. ....,.,,,,,,,.. .....,......... F reshman Papke, Charles Arthur ,,,,. ,.....,,....,.,... F reshman Papke, Hazel Mae ...,,,,,,, .........,..,,,,, 1 48, 272, 279 Pappas, Dena C. ...- ..., ........ 1 28. 191, 248, 279 Parcel, Jack Hugo ....,., ,.,,.....,,,.,.,.. F reshman Parke, Elmira Jo ..,., .....,,,,,,........ 1 48, 277 Parker, Burl Allen .,.,.,,, ,,,,,, S ophomore Parker, Frank Glen ..,.,,, .............,..,.. 1 28 Parker. Patricia Lee ,,,, ..- .,..,,,..,, 272 Parker, Robert A, .,..... ,........,,,.,,,,,, 2 82 Parker, Sharon Mae ,,,,., ,..,,,,,,..., 1 48, 219 Parkin, Zoe Alice ....,... ...... 1 28, 217, Parkins, John A. .,....,, , Parriera, Lionel D, ,,.,... . Parriman. William L. Parris, Mrs. JOZ.I'lI16 J. .,,., . Parsons, Jimmie G. Parsons, Neil H. ......., . Pasha, Delbert L. Pasha, Emilee ........,.. Pasley, James R. .... . Patana, Raymond ....... Patapas, Edward G. ..,., . Patchett, Robert J. Paterson, Morris L, ...,.. ..., . Patterson, Alice Mae ........ Patterson, Edwin R. J. Patten, Whitney .,............... Patton, J, Gail ................. Paugh, George W. .... . Paul, Gordon J. -..M ,,,. Paulsen, Shirley J. ...... . Paulson, Austin D. ....,. , Paulson, Elmer M. Paulson, Patricia P. ..... . 268 ,........SeI'1101I' ,...........l60 231 . l.,,,,,.. 128. 235 .50. 128, 21'3, 286 ..................Junxor .......,Freshman Freshman .......,...Junior ......Sophomore , ...,..,... Junior .......Soiphomore ....,..117, 223, 283 229 ....,..........Senior ......Sophomore ......S0phomore ............Senior ......128, 273 Pavlicek, Robert H. ........ ....ll...... 2 71 Payne, Marlene Carol ..... ..............,....,,....... 1 48, 277 Paynich, Daniel J. ........ .............................. - ........ 2 72 Pearson, Betty N. ........ ....... 4 3, 148. 217, 276, 285 Pearson, Jack W. ....,,. . Peck, Darlene Marie ...... Peckenpaugh, Kiel O. ,.... , Peckham, Alice Walk ....... Pedersen, Marla Jean ,,,,..... Pederson. Keith Melvin Petesch, Marilyn D. ..,.... . Pedlar. Donald F. -- ...... . Peek, James M. ..... . Pellett, Theron P. ...... , .,..........,,....,..,,.,..,.Junior .........199 , .,.,. SOD1'10ITl0l'B ................,...... Sophomore ...Sophomore 203, 233, 251. 259 18 Pelzl, Gerald E, .............. ............ 9 9. 203. 259. 260 Pemberton, Thomas .......... ...........,,......,.-.., 9 9. 287 Pendergast, Daniel H. ..... .............,. F reshmall Pendergras, Phyllis ...... ..,,.... F' reshman Penny, Robert E. ........ ,-.,..--.... J UHi0I' Pensula, Donato ......... .......... -----,,,,,., 1 1 8. 260 Pepion, Howard H. ..,.... ...- ........ ..---,--,.. F l'9Shm9J1 Pepper, James E. ,,.,. ........... - ................... 1 18. 234. 235 Pepper, Joseph W. ..... .-..- ........................ -.FI'9Shm3-D Perciavalle, Rocco V. .... 2 ....... - .... - .-....,,---- ---143. 237 Peres, Henry Jean - ...... . Peressinl, Donald A. .... Peressinl, Eugene R. La.. Perga, Martin W. ,,,,... . Perlman, Robert A. Perkins, Albert ,..,,,,.,. Perkins, Jack A. Perry, Denzel L. ...,,. . Perry, Edd Almon .,.... Peters, Clifford E. ...., . Petersen Petersen Petersen Petersen Petersen Peterson Peterson, Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Donald H. .. Jack Carl James W, ,,,, Leo E. ,,,,.., . Robert C. ,.,,. . Mrs. Audrey Carol Ann .,,, Carol L. ........,,., . Clifford W. David R. ,,,,,,, . Donald V. .. Doris A. ,,,,..., . Eugene M. .. Hazel C. James C. .,l., . Janine E. John A. ,,,,.,. . Lowell H. .. Marcia M. ,,,,. Mary J, .. Mary L. ....... . Melvin P. ..... . Oral Lloyd .... . Raymond M. .. Robert T. .. Vivian V. .... . Petouhoff. Leonard J. Phay, Donald C. Phillips. Mrs. Darlene Phillips, Jo Ann ,... . Phillips. Richard L. Picotte. Charlotte Y. . Pierce, Harlan Lewis Pierce, John R. Pierce, Robert Leroy . Pierce, Walter Lyle ..... Pihlaja, Larry A. ....... . Pilny, Charles Fred Pinkerton, D. Lyle , Pinkerton, Mrs. Lila Pinski. George R. .... . Pirker, David A, Pitman, Warren L. Pitsch, Douglas A. ....... . Pitsch. Marlene Mae Pittman, Gail Jean .... Pitts, Secola N. ......... . Pizzini. Eugene D. Plummer, Douglas D. Plummer. William J, Polette, Douglas Lee Polkinghorn, William .. Pollman, Donald James . Polson, Patsy Jean .... Pomajevich, Robert J. Pondelick. Carmen E. .... . Poore. James Iteroy ...... Poore, James Phillip Pope, Albert E. Popnie, Wilford D. ..... . Porch, Steve B. ...... Porter. Glenn Alan Porter. Robert J. Posewiiz, James A. Posewitz. Richard C. Pospisil. George K. .... . Possenti, B. Brooke .. Poston. John Michael Potts. Dorothy L. .. Potts, Mrs. Helen A. Pound. William H. Powell, Murray R. Powers. Gene R. ...... . Poyer, Thomas E. ...... . Poynter, Priscilla M, .,.... . Pramenko. Georae Ray Pratt, Gerald G. .... ...... . Pratt, Robert L. .. .... Preston, Larry D. Price, Noel S. ..... . Prim, Robert N, Prindle, Frazer L. .. . Pru, Shwe H. ....... Pugh. James L. .... .. Pugsley, Robert L., Jr. Purcell, Katherine A. Purdum, Ronald L. .... . Puyear, Howard S. ..... .. Pyzel. Robert J. .... .. Qualey, Mrs. Donna Quammen, Merle A Quanbeck. James M Quayle. Thomas M. .. Quinton, Walter L. Raaum, Ronell B. Racht, Eugene E. .... . Racine. Albert J. Rada. Jack W. ........ . Rafdal, Gordon H. .... .. .. Rahn, William E. ....... . Rambo, Allen Scott ........, Ramsay. Frances G 133 .. 128 .. .... 118. 227 148. 233 .Sophomore Senior . ...Freshman . Sophomore ...Freshman 118. 239, 280 ...Sophomore .....Freshman 99. 229 ...Freshman .. 40, 148 ...Sophomore . 143. 127, 217, 248, 278 118, 219 .Sophomore Junior 129, 220. 248 .....Freshman ............160 129 257 A 746, '48, 148' 213 .........118'. 231 .Fl'EShl113.I1 ..........129. 221 ...........-...161 . ..... 118, 213 . ....31, 129 . .. ........ ......... F reshman 31. 118, 233, 249, 251 .. . .. . ...... 148, 237 .. .. ............. 129 . .. .Freshman ....282 . . .... Sophomore . .. . . . .Junior 118, 203, 237, 244, 254, 257 .. . .. .... Junior . .... ..129 31, 33, 41. 43 118. 223, 287 . . .129 .. ....... . .... ...... ...... 1 2 9 .148, 239 ......129 . .... Freshman .. . .. . . ........ Sophomore . ...... . ................... Junior . . 100, 228 250, 282. 286 233 .......148, 272 .L ....... . ..... 161 .......100, 213 . .... .100, 188. 274 .Sophomore . .... .... 1 48, 184 . Freshman Sophomore . 100. 163, 245 100. 199 225, 273, 287 . .. . . . ...161 ..... .. .Freshman 129. 239, 249 Freshman . 148. 195 129 . 48, 148 . 148 100, 263. 286 Freshman 148 . .. 118, 215 .. 253 .. 148, 275, 277 Q- .... 149. R... .. Junior .. .. 148 109 118, 239 Freshman 148, 277 .129. 233 .. .. ..100 ..Sophomore . .. . 100, 260 .. . . 129 .. Sophomore .129, 237 . 129 100, 283 148, 235 .. .. 148, 285 . . 270 . .Sophomore .. Junior . 118 148, 211 223, 276, 283 . ...Freshman .. Sophomore ...Sophomore Junior . ....... ....... ...Freshman ,,,..,.. .,..,,.. . .. .... 129, 286 100. 197. 203, 244, 270. 280 . .....Freshman ....43, 149, 211 THE HUB FOR BETTER MEN'S WEAR BOZEMAN Make This Store Your Headquarters F. W. WOCLWORTH CO. Visit Our Lunch Counter BOZEMAN. MONTANA 1 1 33 South Tracy Bozeman BENNETT AGENCY 0 Insurance 24 W. 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Senior ..-.......Junior ............a.129, 227 ........48, 118, 285 - ............... --.Senior .........SODhomore ...........37, 100 ,-.a ..... 133, 149, 233 ...........Freshman ......-...129, 239 284 l.....a....100, .-.. .--..,149, Raunig, Shirley P. -- ........ - ......... ............ 1 49, Rausch, Betty J. -.- ......... 237 211 - ........ --.149, 278 235 149 Rawlings, James A. ...... ---.-12l9, Rawls, Venis M. E ......... .... .......-.- Ray LeRoy B. ,..,....... ........,.... F reshman Ray, James D. ....,.................... .,.- ........ .Freshman Raymond, Joan A. - .... -M ........ ......... 1 02, 211, 252 Reagan, Lynette L. .......... ........,............... 1 61 Rec-tor, Robert R. ......... ........ ............... 1 0 2, 287 Redekorm, Ben H. Redekopp, Dorothy M. Redekonp, John C. ....... . WAGNERS "CoIlege Men Like Our Clothes" PHONE IU 6-5594 16 E. MAIN Redfield, Joseph R. .... . Redman, Barbara - ............ Redman, Charlotte G. ..... . Redman, John R. ........ Redpath, Russell A. Reed, Janet L. ................ . Reeder, John E. Reich, Dewaine A. Reichel, David ................... . Reichman, Lois D. .... -. Rieder, David Arnold ....... Reinard, Donald Lee .. Reinart, Mrs. M. ......,, . Reinart, Walter A. ..., . Reimche, Gordon W. ..., . Reichelt, Calvin W. .,,, . Reiquam, Robert L. Reiser, Edward J. .... . Reiter, Ronald K. ..,,.,, . Reitsch, Barbara E .,,., ,,,,,, Reller, Dale R. .... - ....... . Renely, Audrey B. L ..,,,. Remely, Barry E. ,.... . Remsch, Janice M. .,.,. Rettlg, Kim E. .......... . Rhea. Donald E. ..... . Rhea, Kenneth V. Rhea, Kirk T. .......... . Rhlnd, Marjorie M. Rhine, Dawn J. ........ . Rhoades, Dillon I. ...,., . Rhodes, Gary ,,,,.........,.... Rhoades, Warren H. ..,.. . Rice, Barbara L. ,..,...., . Rice, Bert L. .......... Rice, James Winfield .. Rice, Sam P. .........,........ . Richards, Douglas M. ..... . Richard, James I. ....... . DAY'S SLAC KS At McCRACKEN BROS. The Mens Store 131 E. Main Bozeman Richardson, Amy E, ..... . Richardson, Charles ...,..... Richardson, Eugene L. Richardson, Mrs. Joyce Richardson. William ,.,,., Richmond, Llovd E. ........ . Richmond. Ronald L. ..... . Richter, Lvvian K. ........ . Ridqway. Kerry J. ..., . Rieder, Danny L. ,..,. . Rieael, Marion J. ..... . Riekena, John B. ...... . Rinderknecht. Susan .1 Rinley, J. Georee L ......, .....,1........118, 273, 284 ...........-........Sophomore ....3l, 118. 230, 2169, 279 188, 2.21 .........................-...Senior .........129, 223, 249, 283 149, 213 .......Fre'shman ...Sophomore .........129, 19-1, 273 .........Sofphomore .......Freshman ...........,.Junio,r .- .............. 149 .........Sophomore ............-....280 .......,.........-...Sophomore ......................Sophomore 129. 221, 248, 268, 273, 285 .....................4Freshman ..-..Freshma.n 129 249 223, 118, 191. 211, 277 233 272 . 223, , 283 283 211 279 233 .........-...Freshman 260 272 ......118, 185, 238. 284 ...............Sophomore ...........Senior ...-...Freshman .......-..Freshman .......42, 129. 235 235 .......Freshman .. ........... Freshman ........129, 225. 273 .....,-.. ..... 118 ........a..-.1.....-.102 .........129. 246, 271 ..........Freshman ...........F'reshman .........Sophomore Ristvedt. Ione H. ..... ..................... JHHi0l' Ritt. Edwin A. ....... ...........----,--------------v S 9T1i0'T Rivenes. Sue ......... - - ........ - ............. 149 -191, 213 Rixe. Lloyd C. ................... ....... 3 3. 102, 225. 244, 233 Roark. Sherlene A. ............ ................... 1 49. 219. 277 Roatch, Ed ward James Roath, Richard D. ..... . Roath, William W. ..... . Rohan, James M. .. ......... -- 2 Rohan, Jo Ann --.-. .... .1 Roberts, Herbert A. Roberts, Lawrence H. Roberts, Lorraine E. .... . Roberts, Richard N. ...... . ......................Sophomore 102, 199, 223. 244. 255 ........................Freshman 221 ........102, 286 .......Freshman ....................-,.149 ,,..L.,.. .......... 246 Roberts, Wallace M. ........ ....................... - .-.-129 Robertson, Donald W. ..... ........................ F reshman Robertson, Elsie A. ......... .......................... 2 ...... - .--N161 Robertson, Vernon H. .. ...... 31, 84, 102, 234, 250 Robinson, Margaret E. ................... 102, 216, 260 Robinson, Marve M. ....... ..............---. ......--........ 2 5 6 Robinson, Regneld D. ...... .... - ....--.-,.------ 1 29. 231 Robinson, Willard B. ....... . Robischon, John M. ...L ..... Rockey. Donald W. ........... - Rockey, L-orranine K. Roda, John D. ..... L ......... - Rodewald. Gordon E. Roehm, David P. ......,.. . Roehm, Richard R. .... . Roesner, Don E. ...... . Rogers, Eugene E. - ............ ---- Rogers, James Clay .... Roger-s, Sally A. .. ........ .L .................. .Senior .---..-.-..102 ........102, 217 ........129, 225 272 ,WM...,..,............,...Senior ..103, 199, 225, 270, 286 ..........118, 192, 203, 223, 259 ...............-...-.I'reshman .........-.-..-.--Sophomore , ,,,,,,, , ,..... ,.-..- ..... Sophomore Rognlle, Norman H. Rohedanz, Darrell ..,....... 1111.1 .,., -11-1.1-1129 118 184 Rohrdanz, Vaughn M. 1 ......, .V.....V 1 49, 235 Rohrer, Dorothy M. ,V..... .----.-..--.--. -. ..-- 149. 277 Rohrer, Duane G. ............. 1 .................... 1 ........... 149. 285 Roland, Robert J. .... 1 ........ - ........... - ..... M..S0DhOm0r6 Rolandson, Kermit E. .,.... 1 ...... 1 ,......... ..129, 279 Rolland, Earl F. 1 ............ ..... - .... ..- -.--282 Roma, George E. ...... .... - -S0Dh0m01'9 Romlne, Karen R, ....... .... .... 1 ..... 1 2 9, 215 Roos, Charles M. .A........... .... - ............... F 1'6ShmaI1 Roper, William E. ...- ......r. 1 ............. SODh0m0I'6 Roscoe, Patrlcla Ann 1 ......... ...f... 1 29, 219, 243 Rose, Glen A. ......... 1 ........ ............... .... - .... - 1 18 Rose, Joseph C. ....... 1 ..,.,.. ..... . Roseburg, Conrad M. .... . .118, 229, 280, 283 .................1.1..284 Roseneau, Jane M. .,.... .- ....,......1.. 118, 213, 272 Ross. James M. 1 .........r..r .......,.....,, 1 49, 276, 283 Ross, Robert Duane ........... .......... .......... 1 . .1...S6r1i0l' Rossbacher, Wayne D. ...... 1 ........ 1.1 ..... 11-1.28-1 Rosselot, Charles H. .....,. ........ S ophomore Rossmlller, Donald L. ,... ....... 4 0, 149, 223 Rothwell, John A. .1 ........ .1 ..,..., 1. .... -119 Rothwell, Mrs. Shirley ...,.. ...,l... 1 19, 213 Rouplnlan, Edward 1 ......... Routzahn, Davld B. .... . Rowe, Duane Arthur ...,, Rowe, Herbert C. .1. ...,, 1 Rowe, Mrs. Ida H, 1 .... 1.. .....1...Junlor ......1119, 235 ....-.-....-1-...11149 1 ........ ...,. - .11103 Rowe, James A. .11 ....... ............................,.... F reshman Roy. Robert J. 1.1 .....,.,.,....., 33, 41, Royal, Gayle M. 11111 ..., . Rucker, Edna M. 111 .,,,.. . Rudlo, Robert M. 1 ..... 1 ,... Rudolph, Thomas E. .,,, . Rullen, Ester ........,......... Rumans, Linda ...r.. ..........., Runge, Richard Dleth ,,,,.., Runyan, Theadore L. ..,., . Ruppel, Barbara A. ......,. . Russell, Gary J. ........, 1 ...... . Russell, Robert E. ...,... 1 ......... Russell, Walter A. ........,. . Russotto, Mrs. Rosann ..... Rutherford, Robert W. ...., . Ryan, Patricia Ann .,.,. 1. 103, 199, 233, 255 .........ll9, 221, 254 1..........................Sophomore ......,Freshman .........11.1.149 ......,Freshman f,ff'fQi19f7 274 285 211 .. ..,......,, 149 ...,....103, 287 ...........Sophomore 1...,..................-11245 Ryan. Peggy J. .............. .............,.... S ophomore Rydeen. Don . ............ ...,............ .... . 1 03, 225, 282, 284 - S Sagln, Virginia J, 1 ........... . .,,,,,,,..,,,, 150, 277 Sahr, Ralph Robert ..,,.......... ,.,.,,,, S orphomore Sakklnen, Mrs. Darlene ......,. Sophomore Saito, George H. 1 .....,,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 50, 229 Sally, George H. 1 ............. ,...,.. F reshman Salomon, Irvin R. 1 ......... ..,,,,,..,.,,,,,,, 1 ...150 Samuels, Adona I. ....... . ................. 11150, 191, 211 Sanders, Ernest A. ........ . Sande, Carmen M. .,,,......... . Sandberg, Ann L. ...,...,. 11 Sandenaw, Thomas A. ,,... . Sanders, Donald Keith ...,.. Sanders. Franklin D. .... . Sanders, Jerry L. 11 ...... . Sanders. Ralph N. ,.,,....,,.. . Sanderson, Sally L. ....... . Sanderson, Wendell G. ......,.. . Sandling, Merril Michael Sanford, Sargent, Claude ,,,. - ,,,.,,,.,,, 1 Sargent, Carolyn A. .... . Sargent, Gordon E. .... . Sargent, Helen J, ........ .. Sargent, Theron B, .... . Sarles, Shirley L. -1 ........ . Sasse, Oliver G. ........... . Sauvageau. David L. ..... . Saunders, Richard E. ....... . Savoy. George Arthur ..,... Sax, Loren D, ........, 1 ,,,,,.. . Sbasla, Gus Joseph 1 ....... Scarrah, Warren P. .......... . Schaefer, Mrs. Lila T. .... . Schafnltz, Sherman D. Fred J, .11 .,............... ............Sophomore .........-.....1...Junlor ........150, 221, 278 ........130, 227, 246 223 .........Freshman ........Sophomore .......150, 277 .......Freshman ...........Sophomore ............Sophomore 1.46, 119, 221, 254 .........119, 239, 284 ........1...Junior ...1..Junlor 150 ..........Freshman ........Sophomore .......Fre-shman .......-....1...10'3 ......1-Senior .......Sophmore SChB.iblc, Jack Edward ,,,... 1.1 .,,,,.,,,,,,,,, Freshman Schall, Joanna. Mae - .... 1 Schauer, Melvin J. ..... . Schauer, Robert L. .... . Schell. Wllllam C. ....... . Scherer, Roland G. ..., . Scherrer, Fredrick E. 1.. Schertlng, Robert M, ........ .......................Freshman 103, 203. 229, 259 229 .................Freshman ...........1.150, 273 ........l19, 229, 271 .............F1reshman Schessler, Robert Brice ,,,. ,..,....,,,,,, 1 97, 203 Schlatter, Richard H, ,,,,.., ,,,.,,, 4 6, 103, 254, 257 Schlechten. Paul .1 ..,.... 1111. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 150, 193, 235 Schmid. Charles W. ,.,..,. 1 .,,.,,..,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 103, 235 Schmidt, Albert O. ..............,.,,..,,,,, 111 ,,,,....,,,,,,,, 229 263 Schmidt, David T. .... 31, 33, 82, 224, Schmitt, William O. ......................................Sophomore Schmoyer, Richard D, ..... . Schneekloth, Mary K. Schneekloth, Robert ...,... Schneider, Janice A. 1 .,...... Schneider, Leon G. ........ . Schneider, Don E. ........,,.. . Schneider, Fred Erne 1 .......... Schoen, Janice M. .,.... . Schow, Willard K. ..... . Schreiber, Gary P. ........ . Schroeder, Edwin J. .... . Schultz, Harold Wm. ....... . Schumacher, Eugene B, Schutty, Charles W. ......... 1. 119. 253, 255, 259, .......Freshman ...,....150, 278 150. 231 ........1.150. 217 .......Flreshman ..........Junlor ......1......130 1111150, 277 ......11.......150 ....1..119, 237 .........11..1.1150 199 ......l30, 237, 256 130 Schutz, Robert Louis .............. .... 1 ...Sophomore Schwa-rtz, Allen 1..- ........... 1 ............ .......... 1 1150, 229 Schwartz, Thomas C. ...... 1 ....... .... 1 ...Sophomore RCA VICTOR - PHILCO - HOFFMAN - DUMONT RADIOS, PHONOGRAPHS AND TELEVISION ELITE NOVELTY COMPANY RECORD SHOP Telephone IU 7-7007 226 Eost Mom BOZEMAN, MONTANA DURANIYS I ewelr Fine - Diomonds ond Wotches - 3 East Main Bozeman, Montana For Flowers LANGOI-IR S FLOWER HOP FLORISTS EOR OVER 51 YEARS 10 E. Morin Phone IU 0-5407 DON M. LANGOHR, SR. DON LANGOHR, IR. 13 104, 250, 259, 269 277 Schweigert. Delbert Schweitzer, LeRoy .,,,. Sconfienza, John J. ,,,, . Scolson. James M, Scott, Owen L. A,,,, , Scott, Wallace D. ,,,,,, . Scoville. Frances E. Scoville. Glenn E. ,,,,. . Scoville. Theodore A. Seaman, Lyle Melvin . Sebring. Grace Angel . Sedgwick, Leslie W. Seekins, Kirk A. ,,,,,, Seifert, Shirley J. Sein, Thaung ,,,,,,, . Seitz, Robert D, Selvig. Jerald H. .,,,..., , Semerjian, Havhannes Semmens. Karen L. ..,. .. .Y......,,VV Senecal, Carol Z. ,. SGDIIIEI1. Jack L. ,...,,,.,,....,, .l,.....,.,,,,, . Seprano. Francisco F. Setera, Albert L. .......... . Severson. Kenneth M. Sewell, Marshall F. Shackleford. Raymond Shaffer. Sandra I. ,... ...... . Shanholtzer. Mrs. M, Shannon. Larry E. .... , Shaver, Deane S. ..,, , ...... 103. ........ Freshman ......,I-'reshman .........Freshman ,.,,....Freshman ......Sophomore ,.,,,,,,1l9, 285 ......... Freshman .... .... F reshman ,, ...Freshman ..,...,..Junior ,...,.,.,...Junior . ................. 130 .........Freshman .. ......... Freshman Freshman 214. 260. 263 ,, .Sophomore .. - ...... .......... F reshrnan H ......... FI'6Shll13.I1 ...,..,.....Junior ..,,,.Freshman . ..,,.. 103, 235 Shaw, Clayton G. Shaw. Gene C. -- ..... -.. ....-.....,.....S6ni0r . .,..... Sophomore Shaw, Jerry M. ..,...., , Shelby, James T. ......... . Shepherd. Richard A. ..... . Sherick. Donald M, . Sherick, Stephen R. Sherman, Lucinda ..... Sherwood, Olaf ....... Shevalier. Dix C. Shields, Robert D. .... . Shin. Yong Hyo ......., Shipley. Wm. Dean ....... Shirley. Darlene Y. .. ,.,..,.....103, 235 .............,Junior ..........Freshman .....,,l30, 233, 249 ...........150, 221 .,.........130, 233 ...,,..,,,,...Sophomore , ........... ..,,,. S ophomore ..119, 193, 225, 273 Shope, Jane E. ..............,... .................... 1 50, 221 Shotwell. Richard M. .,.... ........ S ophomo-re Shular, Walter Allan ..............., ...... .......... 1 19. 239 Shuman. Barbara J. ........................................ Freshman Siderius Jerome D ....,...,.,.. 31, 83. 199, 234, 250, 253, 259, 263. 286 Siderius Maxine L. ...... .......,..... .................,... l 3 0, 213 Siemion. Stephen ........ .................... 1 50 Sievert. Bernard K. Silverthorn. Charles Simenson, Maynard Simkins, Jerry K. Simon, Dale E. ........ , Simonsen, Charles M Simpson, Paul E. Sinclair, Donna M, . ....,,,...Freshman ..,,,,,,,..,,F1reshman .,.....104, 229, 257 ........104, 280, 287 .......... 104, 284 .......,119, 213, 278 Sinclair, Richard K. .....,.,, . Sipes, Jacqualin J. ................ . Sivumake, Leonard J. Sizemore, Irma June ...., Skabo, Ronald R. ........ . Skaggs, Jerry F. ............. . Skelton, Stanford W. Skerritt. Darold E. ..... , Skillen, Andrew J. ....., . Skillestad, Kenneth .... Skillman, Allan G. ..... . Skodnick, Federico J. Skoog, Karleen J. ....... . Skor. Sharon Kay ........... Skovron, Mrs. Vivian Skretteberg, Christi ....... S Slanger, George C. ..,.. . Slanger, Jacquelyn P. Slavens, Wm. Edward Slaybaugh, Donald R. Sloan, David E, .............. . Slocombe. John W. .... .. Slotsve, Carollee B. Smail. Phyllis A-rlee ...... Small, Victor Marvin Smalley. Vern G. ........ . Smith, Mrs. Ann S. Smith, Ardeth L. ...... . Smith, Barbara J. Smith, Beverly ,... 150, 276, , 28-4 130 ...,...48, 84, 104, 237 ...............130, 282 272 150-, 233 ..,....,FIreshman 267 150, 213 ......,..Sophomore .........Sophomore 237 119 203 236 259 .........I...,.Sophornore 235 199, 255. 259 ........48, 130, 215, 248 ,,,,.......,,.,,.,.,..,,Jl11'1101' ........F'reshman ....,.,..130, 239 ...........Junior ........Freshman xv. ,,, K K .ww 3,3 '.je,..,i4,,, 1 office M lm 1319. .M I ,,, .,., V, . A I. r if ' ' I ' Q 'Q' Ski' figiilifws W? Y k 640-if X 1402 Ist AVENUE NOIRTH O BILLINGS, MONTANA ABLE TO SUPPLY EVERY OFFICE AND PRINTING NEED pain ' 111110111111 1402 1ST AVE. N. BILLINGS. MONT. PUBLICATIONS O OFFICE FORMS SNAP-OUT CARBON FORMS O RULING BOOKBINDING 0 RUBBER STAMPS ART METAL STEEL OFFICE FURNITURE OLIVETTI BUSINESS MACHINES DICTATING EQUIPMENT 314 Smith, C. Spencer . ..,.,.,,,, 119, 203, 225, 247, 276, 283 Smith, calvin .,,.. .... ,,,...,.,,,.A,.,,, ,,.,.....,,,,,,,., - - . .,.,A, 1 50 Smith, Carleton ,.,,, A,,.... - ..v... 2 71 Smith, Carol E. ,... .,,, . . ......,.... 150 Smith, Carol M. .,,, . ..,., ....,,,, 1 51, 221 Smith, Charles P. .... KYVVKVV, ,,.,, F F eShma1'1 Smith, Daryl Jean ,,,,.. ,,,,,, 4 0. 130, 213, 248 Smith, Devonna G. ,.,,. ,..,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,.,,...,,,fv.... 1 3 0 Smith, Douglas G. ..,.., . ,,,,, 104, 231. 280 Smith, E. Jane ..,.., ...,. ,,.., . 1 33. 151, 215. 276. 278 Smith, Harris Dean ..,.... ,..,. . .,,., 1 30. 203. 227. 259 Smith, James Terry ,.,,,. .. .,,.,,, ,,,,,,..,. S Ophomore smith, Lilly Ann ...,,,. , S... ,.... -L ,,,,,,,., 151 Smith, Martha Ann ...... ....,. 1 51, 277 Smith, Merre Edith .,,,... ....., 1 51. 277 Smith, Rex Raymond ,.1. - ...,,,.., 151 Smith. Richard P. ,,,,,,. .,.... 1 30. 229 Smith, Robert J. ,,,..... .119. 227 Smith, James B. L ,,,.,,, ,,........1 .... J L1 I1iO1' Smith, Shirley R. ..,, .....,. ,,..,... 4 3 , 119, 219 Smith, Valerie Ann . ........,, . ...., ,Sophomore Smith, William Wayne ....... .......11 1 51. 185 Smith, William R. ........ . ..... ..... . Junior Sneddon, Gerald L. ...,., . Snortland, Everett ......., . CHEVROLET - - BUICK . . . ......l30, 229, 249 Snyder, John Raymond .. . .,,,,,, ..S8l110I' Snyder. Lowell Leroy ...... ................... 1 51 Snyder. Ray Allen . ........ . ..... .-..- - --151 Snypp, Jane Leslie ..151, 215 Sohl, Gary Leonard ..... ........ .... 1 5 1, 225 Sohl, Georgia Lou ........ .. 150. 215. 273 Sohl, Meredity Arlen .... ....... F reshman Solf, Charles J. ........... .-.... . ..130. 285 Solf, Joan Louise ....... .130. 285 Sonnenberzz, Laverne .... ....... 1 04, 231 Sorensen. Alvin ,..,.,.......... ................1........ 1 04 Sorenson. Theodore L. ...,. . ,. ,.,. ..,. 1 51, 233 Soriano, Ercelly M. ....... ................ ......159 Southall, Burnell G. .......... ..... . 33. 48. 104. 225 Southworth. Vern Ken .. Sowle, Marilyn Anne ..... Spabere. Gordon ......,.. Spady, James R. ......... . Sparks, Margaret L. Sperry. Ray T. ..,,. ,..- Spoelstra, Arthur J. ..... . Spoelstra. Edward J. .... . . ,,,..... ,,.... . .Junior .151 . .119, 284 . ...,,,,,,,,,, 119 ..,........., .203 ........Freshman .........-L...151 Spragg, Donald W. ........ ........ S 0Dh0m0r6 Sprague. Danny Dean ...... ....... ......... ...... 1 3 0 Spring, Clifford ............... ................- -151 Springer, Mrs, Maude ...... ........... F reshman Spurlock, Harriet J. ...... .. ..... 109. 119. 216 Stafford, Gerald ......... . ............ 130. 235 Staiger, Kaye Lynn ..... ....... ....-- 1 0 4. 161 Stanisich, Diana ...... ................ ........... ......... 2 ...-. 1 5 1 Stanton, Lynn .......... ................. . . .............. 130, 233 Stapleton, Tobias T. ,,,,.,,,.. 104. 203, 225. 247, 259, 276 Stebbins. Donald ....... ....... ...... .............. 1 0 5 . 244. 275 Steele, Emma L. ........ .................................. 1 05. 161 Steele, Russell J. ......... ........ S ODh0m0F0 Steele, Sharon Rose ,..... ...... S ODh0mOI'9 Steensland, Florence ..... . ...... 151. 278 Stenslie, Elaine M. ....... .--- 1 51. 277 Stenslie, Rodney ........ ................- -151 Steffan. Mrs. Helen ...... ...---..- 1 05. 261 Steffan. Leonard .......... Steinkope, Haakon ...... Stenersen, Dolores L. Stephens, Harold .. ..... .. Stephens, Marlin W. Stergar, John . ..... ........ . Sterhan, John ...... . .. Stetson, Sterling Stetzner. Carl . Steucke Erwin W., Jr. ..., . Stevens. David Ray .... 119. . .... ...... J unlor ............... .267 .. .Sophomore .. ....... 130, 227 . ...Freshman .. ,,,,...,.. 119 .Sophomore . .119, 203, 239, 287 . . ............ . H105 Sophomore 203, 225. 249. 251, 259. 263 Stevens, James W. .... .... ...... . ..... .... S 0 D homore Stevens, Sandra A. ..,...... ...... . .. . .... .. 159 Stevens. William .............. . . .... Freshman Stewart, Donna Gene . ............ ....158 Stewart, Duncan J. ,...... .. Freshman Stewart, John T. .. ..... .. Sophomore Stewart, Shirley Ray .... ..... F reshman Sticlcney, Richard R. Stiles, Wm, Edward .. .. ..... Junior Stillman, Roxie Jean ....... . .. 130. 272, 287 Stilson, Betty Mae ......... Stimps, James ......... ..... Stimpson, Cora Lee 151, 272. 276. 278 ...Freshman . ............ ....151 Stoner, James A. ..... . .... ........ Freshman St. Onee. Mary Frances . .............. ...130 Stowell, Alton E, .. .. .Senior Strachan, Mrs. Margaret ,. , . .Freshman Stradley, David ...... .. .... .... 1 19, 151, 235 Stradley, Roger ......... Strandberg, Keith ...... . Strandbere, Russell .... Strandlund, Harlow ....... Strane, Laurence .. .... .. Strang, Betty Ann .. Stratton. James .. Street, David .... 28, 31. 83, Streets. Glenn ..... .... ....... Strickland. Marlene .... . Strike, Donald .... ..... Strissel, Richard St.robel, Harold ........ Stroble, James ..... Stromme, Marjorie ..... Strommen. Edwin ..... Strong, Donald ...... Strong. Janis .....,. Strother. James ......... Strouf, James E. ..... . Strowbrldge, John ...... Stuart, Charles .......... . . ..,,. Freshman . 130, 227, 249 . ..... .... 1 05, 227 .........Freshman Sophomore .. .. . ..151, 213, 273 . .. . .... 151 135, 251. 253, 254, 263, 285 . .... ...l05. 28-1 .. .. ........FI'9Sl1lI13.l1 . .Sophomore .. . ..........256 . 119, 225, 275 .... 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Richard L. ..... ..................... - ......... 2 27 Tavenner, Dean W. ........ 131, 183, 235, 286 Taylen, Armour W, .... ............... F reshman Taylor, Anthony ......... ......... F reshman Taylor, Charlee W. .,............... .......................... 1 19, 215 Taylor, Charles R. ................. ............ - ..... - - ..... 152 Taylor, Jack B. ..- ........................ r.......... - ........ .. .131, 283 Taylor, John R..-...40, 48, 131, 192. 223, 272, 276, 283 Taylor, Mary G. .,.................................... 38, 48, 131, 213 Taylor, Richard P. ................. ..... A ............... F reshman Taylor, Robert S. ..... .................. - -2.131 Taylor, Kaye D. - ....... ............. S onhomore Taylor, Taylor, Taylor VCTI1 M. ...... . Wayne A. ....... , William G. 239 F lzg elman 's Helena, Montana Teegarden, John F. Tennant, Shirley J. Terrell, Robert L. ......,.. , Teruya, Danfred M. Tesarek, James A. ..... , Tester, William D. Than, Ba ..... ......--........ Thant, Maung M. ..... , Thayer, Lawrence E. Thayer. Richard D. .... , Theisen, Malcolm ........,.. Thiel, Thomas Ray ..,.... Thielke. Robert E, .... . One of Montana's Fine Stores Thom, Glen G. ........ , Thomas, Floyd L. ....... . Thomas, Gary K. - ......... Thomas, Helen J. Thomas, Mary L. .....,... . Thompson, Elvara J. .......... . Thompson, Gene Walt ........ Thompson, George W. .... , Thompson Gordon E. Thompson John A. .......... . Thompson Richard O. ..... . Thompson Wayne D. .... , Thrasher, 'Helen L. ..... . KID STUFF For TOTS to TEENS WE "MI-HOB" IN "MINORS" acfcheaalle 34 W Maln Bozeman Thunem, Clara E. ..... , Thurber, Albert W. ...... , Tichenor, Robert W. Tidball. Dora L. - ......,. Tilley, Jack L. - ........ Tin, Maungm ............ Tin, Tun ........... .. ......... Tin, Hla C. ........ ... ...... . Toal, Earna R. . ..... Tobey, Janet W. ...... , Tobey, Pauline E. .... ....... 3 1. 33. 106, 221, 252' Todd, Ernest G. ....... , Todd. Gene E. ............. . Todd, Roger Calvin ....... Todd, Stanley G. ....... . Tomlinson, James H. Toner, Jerome W. ............ . Tootell, Robert B., Jr. Topel, Katherine K. .... . Topp. Joyce A. ,.--.,,.,. TODD, Wayne R. ......... , Torgerson, Delia ............. Totaan, Mrs. Aniceta Towe, Mrs. Dorothy M. ..... . Towner, Douglas A. ....... , Townsend, Donald W. L ..................... 152 ,,,,,.SODh0more ..119 ............-.,Freshman ..,.........48, 152, 277 .105, 203, 237, 259 ...,,.,.....,,..L......Junior .,,,,.........,Freshman ,,,,,,,,,,,.Sophomore .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Sophomore .................-..a-...131 105. 223 280 283 ,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,,Sophornore .............S0IDh0m0-re ,,,,,,,,.,,..,,-.Freshman .......1l9, 224, 250, 269 ..,,,.,,......-...Freshm an ,,,,,.,.,.,.....,,..Sophomore - ...................... Junior ,,,,,..105, 221, 252 272 ,,,,,,,,.Sonhomore ,,.....10'6, 238, 284 ,,....,-...131, 284 ...-...Freshman .1.............S8X110'1' .,.,,,,,,,..,,.-Sophomore 1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 131, 225 ,,,,....Freshman ,.,,,.,,.-.152, 219 ,,......Freshman ,,- ,.,., 119, 267 267 ..,.,,,....,-.....106, 267 119, 221, 273 263 .,...-.Freshman ,,.....1Flreshman ,,.......106, 235 ..,,,.,,..Sonhomore ,..,,.,,.199, 255 ,,,,,....120, 211 ,,,,,,,,Freshman - ....... 152, 229 ..,.,...F'reshma.n Walker, Clayton H. .,.,. . Tracy, Donald E. ..........ff Y Tracy, Robert Eugene Traeholt, Carl Bent Traehold, Jens I. . Y.... Trang, Myron L. ....,,,,,, . Trickey, Martha Fae . Tripp, Mrs. Marjorie .. Tripp, Thomas W. ,.... . Trotter, Donald M. -... Trotter, Mrs. Shirley ..,.. Trout, Barbara E. ..., Trowbridge, Geo. K. .. Tucker, Lorance C. Tucker, Margaret Ann Tucker. Theodore N. Tuma, Gene A. ..,,,,,,, Tun, Than ................. Turck, Keith I. Turco, Rex H. ......... . Tureck. Hugo J. ...,, . Turk, Raleigh E. .....,. . Turley, Francis D. Turner, Joseph W. Turner, Violet M. ..... .. Turnqulst, Sidney I. Turvey, Warren A. Tuthill, Allan A. .... . Tuxill, Zalde E. ....,. Twilde, Jan ............ Tyler, Jean L. . ........ . Tyler, Ralph R. ........ . Tyner, Keith E. ..,,..... .. Tyvand, Calvene A. Tysdal, Barbara A. .1 -U- Ueland, Ronald D. Uhlrich, Richard J. ...... .... . Ulrich, Jorj Terry ...... . . Underseth, Mary Ann Underwood, Wm. F. Unger, Edward R. .......... . Upham, Robert Leroy . Uphoff, Lewellyn L. Urbach, Raymond G. . ...... .. - v .. Valach. Helen Marie ...,,..,.... Vallance, Sharen M. ......,.. . Vanausdol, Richard D. Vance, Mona Marie ..,,.... . Vandenburg, Nancy A ..., ,..,. Vandyk, Ralph ..........., Vandyken, Gertrude .. Van Dyken, Margaret Vanhee, Leroy L ...... , ..... Vanheemst, Wallace L. Vanhemelryck, Albert Vansloun. Neil Joseph Vanvoast, Henry Roge Vaughn. Robert B. ...... . Vaughn, Mary Anne - ........ Vaught, Marilyn F. B ........ Vercammen, Charles F'. .... . Vermillion, Victor T. .. Veseth, Robert A. ....... . Vesterby, Marlow C. - Viall. Shirley M. - .,... 1. Vick, Vickie Jean ........ .........270, 287 .106 Freshman ........Freshman . .... .... 1 31. 227 . .Sophomore .. Junior ....106, 225 ......106, 213, 252, 261 ,,.....,. ......... ..... . 1 63 ...Senior Freshman 277 ........Freshman ........106. 229 .........120. 267 233 ......106, 237. 269 285 ...........Senlor 152, 185 ......,...Junior ,,,,,,.,,.,,,., .. 106, 106 106, 244. 275 275 120, 203, 237, 259, 284 215 163 .......Freshman .......Freshman ........277, 284 ,,,, 131. 235, 285 ......Fre-shman ........Sophomore ......-Freshman 231 .......Freshman ...........S6I'llOX' .L .... 48. 152 276 .......,..Freshman ........SoDhomore ...........120, 221 . ........ - ....... 120 .....,......163 - ......... 163 ........152 ................... 270 ........SODhomore .....-...106, 270 ......-152, 219 ......-....1.-...152 ........SODhomore ........152 ........197 ...........161 Vidal, Helen R. .......... - ......... ..-HM .... ....221 Vik, Ingvar Johann - ....... ...... .............. F . reghman Vilog, Frank T. ...L ......... . ............................ Freshman Vine, Norman Ray ....... Vinton, Theodore G. Violette, Donald J. Violette, James G. Vischer, Karen R. ..... . Vitt, Faith C. ............ A Vogle, Glenn E. .........., . Vognild, Richard A. ..... Y Voight, Ruthyn C. ....... . Voise, Mrs. Miram H. .. Vollmer, William A. Voneschen, Robert A. Vooshles, Bessie N. ..... . 107. 199, 227, 255, 270 ..........................Freshman 107 ...iilliiiii-iTill52 279 ..........131, 188, 217. 152 ......31, 33, 83. 262 ...--.......-......-.107 .........SoDhomore .......Freshman Vorell, Carol L, .......... ...- ..,...... 48, 152 V0l.h, William J. ...... ......... S ophomore Vukich, RObEl't .... ............ . ,.-,Freshman - W - Wade, William H. .................. .,,...... S Ophgmore Wagner. Barbara Ann ....... ....... ......... 1 5 2, 277, 234 Wiigflffr, Leonard A. .... ............,.,..,..,..,..,.,. F feghman Wahl. Clarence W. .,........ ......... 4 8, 120. 225, 255. 284 Waisath. Delores D. Walden, Russel Ralph Waldo, James B. .............. . Waldo, Theodore B. Wales, Roger B. .... ..... . CAMERA AND PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES Walker, Walker, Walker Walker Walker George L. ...... . Harold Wm. ..... . Beba Jean ....... Richard E. Robert C. ........ . Walker, Sidney Lee ..... Wallace, Molly Yvonne-U-pu Wallace. Robert H. - ........ Waller. Richard Lind Walnuts, Oscar - .......... Walseth, Raymond B. . ...A ............. 163 ............Sophomore .......Freshman .L .......... 1.1186 .......Freshman 235 .........120, 229, 286 .......-....Senior ...,-1..Freshman .....-a..--.............152 ...--...,.Junior .........Sophomore .- ....... ...................... ... 107, 235 ...................-.....Freshman Walsh, John James .................. .-..--.-.. ..... - .... -..,..285 Walter, Fred E. ............... - .... ,...199, 237, 255, 259, 284 Walter, Robert G. ..-.- ................ 1 .... ....a120, 237, 284 Walters, Donnis E. ..-.. .... -... ..... L.-.-.- ........ 1...Junior Walton, Alfred O.. Jr. L ....... ,..........-.-.Freshman FOR THAT SPECIAL PORTRAIT of Bozeman pfzala-Qflfl' Sfaap I I mfcefd TUDIC3 MERLE NORMAN COSMETICS 19 S. Tracy Across From Post Qffice Watts, ...42, 131, 192, 223, 283 RES. PHONE GL 3-7171 RT MALISA I TILE AND TERRAZZO CONTRACTOR P. O. BOX 1195 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA The Store That T ri t Built WHERE BOZEMAN SHOPS AND SHOPS WITH CONFIDENCE BOZEMAN MONTANA Wandke, Robert D. .,,,,.,,,,, . Wanken, Louise Susan .... Ward, Charles R. ...,.,...,,, . Ward, Mrs. Doris .,,....,. .. Ward, Mrs. Helen Jean ,7,7, Ward, Joan Georgia ..... Ward, Laura Elizabeth ..,,, Ward, Lawrence J. ,7,....,,,7 . Ward, Ronald Floyd ,4,.,,,.,,,,, ......l52, 227, 284 - ,.,...... Freshman ........Junior ...............107, 278 .........,SoDhomore ........Freshman Wardinski. Raymond A, ,v,,, ,,,,,,,, F reghman Ware, Walter Lee ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, -,,,,,.,-,.,,..V..,,A, 1 31' 231 Wareberg, Sue Ann ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,A,w,,,,,,1-,,7,,Aw,,vvv ,J unim- Warehime. Edwin T. ..,.. .,,.e.... 1 20, 237, 275, 283 Warbrod, Lois E. .,.,...,.,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 07, 1911, 210, 268 Warner, Beecher W, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,v,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,, J unigy Warren, Robert C. ...,2..,.,.....,..,.,, 42, 120, 231, 270, 283 Warwood, Robert Dean .,,,,,,..., Warzeka, Ronald D. ........, . Wass, Arlin Carlton ..,.....,. Waterman, Thomas C. .... . 107, .......l07, 235, 257 233, 263 ........FI'6ShII18.I'1 ............SSI'l10I' Waters, Mrs. Helen B. .... . Watson, Dee Monroe ..,, Watson , Janet D. .,..,.. . Watson, Robert Gayl ...., .........-..,.Junior ........Freshman ............Junior . .....,.... Freshman Watson, Robert W. ....,,.,..,. ,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,Avv,,,,,,v,,,, 2 87 Watson, ROI1l'l1e Mark ..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Sophomore Watterbere, Robert ........ ..1...107, 225, 247, 267, 276 Watt, Earl E, ...,, .,,,,,.,,, ,w,,,,,v,,,,,Y,,,,,,4,--,,,,-Y-,AY F rgshman Watt, Gary Lee ,,,,,,,,, M ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,v-,.,w--- 272 Watts, Clifford E, ..,,,,- ,,,,,,,,YYv,,,YY,,,,,Y S ophgmgre Daniel Robert ...,. .... Watts, Robert Henry .,... Waylett, Danny King ..... Wearly, Milford R. ,,,,.,,,,,, 1 Weaver, Margaret Mae ....... Webb, Ray Ellis ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Webber, Donald Fugen ..... Weber, James Alfred ..... Wedurn, Leslie Alvin .... Weed, Thomas John ...... Weeks, Samuel E. ....... . Wegner, Richard E. Weidenaar, Robert D, ...., . 2'3'7, 256 ........F'reshman .......131, 161, 219 .........SoDhomore ...........Freshman ......107. 199, 237 ........Freshman .......--.153, 2125 ......120, 254, 273 .........Sophomore Weidinger, Constance ,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, S ophomore Weigel, Ruby F. ........,.,,,,. ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 07 Weimer. Charlie A. ...... .,,..,,....,...,,,.,..,,1 1 53 Weimer, Trucilla J, .... .,.,,.,, 4 8, 107, 211 Weingart, Ellen J. ...,..,..,..,..,..,,...,,,,,.,,.,,..,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 159 Weintraub, Edward H. .................. ....,...,.,, 1 07, 239, 28-2 Weiss, Edward F. .............. 120 193, 197, 203, 251, 259 Weiss, Ronald J. .......................,.,....,,......,,....,..,.,,, 193, 197 Welborn, Stanley P. .................... 120, 231, 250, 283 Welch, Gordon T. ,... Welch, Joan ................ Welch, Joan Lee .........,.... Welch, John Edward ...... Welch, Louis James ......, Welker, Frank E. ........ . Wollan, Valden R. Weller, Janet Kay .......... Wellington, Barbara ......... Wells, Lawrence Dean ...... Wells, Mary G. .............. . Wells, Roy Allen ........... Welsh, Jane K, ........ Welton, Dennis H. ..... . Wemple, Bonnie M. ...... . Wendel, Lawrence T. ,.,, . Wendt, Louis W. ......... . Wenzel, Marjorie J, .... . Wenzel, Robt. W. Werle, Barbara L. ........... . Werle, Robert Carl ................ Werner, Joseph Sylvan .,..... Wessel, Mrs. Veris .............. West, Barbara Ann ......... West, Robert Leo ...... Westlake, Kay H. ....... . Westling, Stanley E. .... . Wetherell, David M. ........ . Wetherell, Michael K. ..... . Wetstein, Lawrence J. ..... . Wetstein, Willis J. .......... . Whalen, Daniel R. .... . Wham, Bonnie Jean ...... Wheeler, Gerald E. .... . Wheeler, Homer .........,. Wheeler, Richard ........... ..................Fresl1man .......46, 418, 153, 221 221 ...........Freshman .........120, 199, 227 ...........Freshman 211 221, 277 .......15'3, 193, 197, 225 .........................Senior ,........107, 226 ............163 .........153 .........Junior .........Senior .........153, 215 ........F'reshman .........Sophomore ...............Junior ........Freshman ........Freshman ......153, 213, 284 .........Sophomore 235 ...Sophomore .........3l, 193, 197, 231 ................Sophomore .....................Junior Whitaker, Douglas V. ..... ...-..... S 0Dh0m01'C Whitcomb, Clark ......................................--.. 131, 239. 249 White, Donald Graham ........................--....-... Freshman White, Donald H ..,... ...L ...... 31, 83, 199, 236, 255, 259, 263, 269, 273, 284 White, Evan ....... ...- .... - ..................... SODh0m0!'C White, Keith D. ..... ..................................... 1 31 White, Rebecca M. -..L ...... .......-. 1 20, 217 White, Richard G. .......... .............. F reshman White, Ronald Clyde .......... .................. Fl reshman White, Mrs. Rosalyn .- .... -.. ................... SODh0m0r6 White, Thomas Edward ....... ....... 1 31, 237, 273, 284 Whitham, David W. ................ ......... 4 2, 131, 223, 283 Whitmore, Etta Darlene .. ......... ...................... 1 53, 276 Whitner, Phillip A. ......... .. ........ Freshman Whitney, Granger .......... ....-.... 1 53, 233 Whittet, Richard A. .......... - ---....- ---282 Wichael, Mrs. Donald ....... ............ J UH101' Wiedeman, Arthur, Jr. ..... ......... - .120, 235 Wiedeman, Nancy Anna ..... ............................ 1 08. 221 Wiegand, Kenneth D. ...... ..................... 1 20, 235, 270 Wigger, Lones W, ....,................. 131, 192, 193, 197, 223 Wilcock, Jack A. ................ - .............--..----.....-r.-.-----.- -120 Wilcox, Clifford - ..... 2 .................... - ............... Sophomore Wilcox, Gordon Harvey - ........... Wilcox, Vonnene G. -.- ...... -..-. .........SorJhomore ..............Jun1or Wilde, Robert L. - .... - ....... A ......... ---,.r-1---------- 1 20 Wilhelm, Harlan .... .. ..... -. - ........ Wilken, John Hiram ...- ..... ........Freshman - ....... ........ F reshman ---.........-?tg 77-1.77 if ...Sophomore Wilkerson, Larry Lee ..,, Wilkerson, Roger ...- .,.. Wilkins, Mrs. Sandra ..7,., Wilkinson, George, Jr. . Wilkinson, Karl J. - ....,. . Willard, Patricia A. Wllle, Raan D. ....... .L Willett, Gerald A. Wlman Williams Donald R. Williams, Delmer L. Williams James E. .... . Williams, Juanita .... Williams, Kenneth .,.. Williams, Larry O. ....... .. Williams, Roselee K. ..... . Williams, Roxanna ...... Williams, Wilson W. ..... . Williamson, Kathryn .... Wills, Dorothy L. ....... . Willson, Judson C. ..... Wilson, Archie L. ....... -. Wilson, Mrs. Beverly ...... Wilson, Calvin C. ........ . Wilson, Carol L. ....... . Wilson, Delano D. ............, . Wilson, Karen L. .................. . Wilson, Kenneth Wayne ..... Wilson, Norman J. .......... . Wilson, Richard A. ...... . Wilson, Victor B. ....... . Wilson, Warren G. .... . Wlman, Garvan R. ..... . , Robert E. .. Win, Hla Than ......l... Windahl, Lowell D. .... . Wlndecker, Clyde D. Windolph, Frank J. ..... . Wineinger, Sandra C. Winfield, Harold A. Winfrey, Harriette J. Winlechi, Kathryn E. ..l.. . Winship. Mrs. Betty H. Winstead, Mrs. Cay D. .. -Y- Wirth, Larry R. ...- ....... Wirth, Mrs. Lorna S. Wisner, Donna E. ...L ..... Wlsroth. Carl G. ............ . Witzel, Theodore W. ..... . Wocasek, Frank R. ..... . Wodric Wohler h, Donald D. .... . , Dorothy L, .... Wohler, Leona G. .... . ...Sophomore ...Sophomore ..... .... .... . 1 59 ..........Senior .....Freshman . .... 131, 219 . .. . ....153 ....Freshman Freshman .........Sophomore . ............ ..... 2 77 FI'6ShlTlaI1 .. .......... 235 ......153, 271 .......13l, 215 ......l31, 227 163 ......Sophomore .....Freshman 153. 235 211 ,Sophomore .....Freshman ......Sophomore 1, 225 ............Junior .Sophomore .......Y153, 184, 193 108 .........131, 267 ...Sophomore .........131, 239 .....Freshman 153, 277 ,..,..,,,.,.Jl1I110I' ......Sophomore ........Freshman ..........153 244 .......120, 284, 285 ......Sophomore Wolenetz, Byron F. .... ...... ................-.. 1 3 1 Wolf, Jack J. .............. ...................... 2 27. 271 Wolf, Richard ......... ................... S O'ph0m0r9 Wolfe, Geraldine ....... ...... 1 31, 217. 248. 278 Wolfe, Robert O. ....... ....................................... F reshman Wood. Frances K. ........................ ................ .................. 1 5 3 Wood, Glenelle ........ 28, 31. 108, 212, 251, 252, 263, 295 Wood, Helen Jeanne .................... 43, 153 217, 276, 273 Woodbury, Leo A. ........ ...... .............................. F r eshman Woodcock Benita F. ..................... Freshman Woodcock, B. Louis ........ ............................ 1 53. 229 Woodmansey, John F. .................. .... 1 08, 234, 269, 287 Woodmansey, Robert F. .......... 120. 183, 235, 276, 283 Woodring, Marvin J. .......... ....... 3 2. 131 192, 223, 285 Woods, Charles F. - ......... ........................ F reshman Woods, Charles R. .... ......................... 1 53, 233 Woods, William R. ...... ............ 1 08, 280 Woodward, Judith A. ......... ...... 1 31. 163, 215 Wooldridge, Joseph M. .... ......... S ophomore Woolsey, Wayne ............... ..................... 2 73 Workman, Wilbur L. .... ........ F lreshman Workman, Rex L. ...... ........ F reshman Worring, Thomas J. ......... Sophomore Wright, George D. .... ........ F rethman Wright. Joseph H. ..... ..................... 1 53 Wright Wright , Myrna J. ......... , Roy E. ................ . Wrzesinski, Mrs. Gail ...... Wurst, Wilhelm L. ....... . Wylie, Artoria F. .. ......... Wylie, Harvey D. ...... . Wylie, Paul R., Jr. ................ .. Yedkucjam, Hanes H. .. ..... Freshman Yaeger. Charles F., Jr. Yamamoto, George S. Yarnall, Russell Ray .... Yates, Margo F. ..... - ....... . Yates, Wallace L. ........... . Yeager, 'Maxine June ...... Young, Frederic P. .............. . Young, Mrs, Darrara W. .... Young, David L. ................ . Young, Mrs. Doris T. Young, James A. ........ . Youngberg, Nancy J. .... . Youngqulst, Marilyn ......... Yost, Harold W. ............. . -Z.. Zeigler, Franklin L. ............ . 1, 163 ...Sophomore ......FreShman .........131, 237 131 155 .....Freshman .......153. 276, 284 ...Sophomore .....F1'ES1'lIl1B.I1 ........Junior ........Junior .........131, 231 .........120. 217 153, 278. 284 ...Sophomore ...............Sophomore Zempel, Louise A, .... ...... 1 31, 221, 243, 248 Zier, Shirley J. ................. ............................... 1 53 Zieske, Marvin F. .............. ................... S ophomore Zimdar, Robert E. ................. ....... 1 08, 237, 250, 284 Zimmerman. Charles M. ............ 153, 233, 285 Zimmerman, Rudy O. ....... ...................... 1 08, 231 Zlnnecker, Irvin B, ......... ....... 1 31, 184, 284, 286 Zook, Herbert A. ...L .... - ..... .............................. . 120 Zucconi, William Ray ....... ........ - ......... 1 08, 225 Zuck, Leroy D. .. ............................................. Sophomore Zuck, Leslie H. -...- ........................,........................ Junior Zunchich, Michael G. ...... 108, 199, 233, 255, 259, 282 Zupan, Frank D. ............Senlor T ' TQ . 1 K v -or-src, ' -f 'AI -. .y '-- . 'N ..-. I D.. T1 1 2 li 1 ' fffii Q . tl 112113 21.5 - y , f' .I ,... 1' . fill ' ,B 3 l.,f A ill 31111 .3 ' ' ' klein' AVE WAY DR G "We Sell for Less" 44 E. MAIN BOZEMAN KNCW MCNTANA First Law Providing For Public Schools NVhen the Territory of Montana was established, the Organic Act made the following provision for education: "And be it further enacted, that when the lands in said territory shall be surveyed under the direction of the government of the United States, prepara- tory to bringing the same into market, sections numbered 16 and 36 in each township in said territory shall be, and the same are hereby reserved, and in the stated and territories hereafter erected out of the same." In his addrss to the Legislative Assembly, Sidney K. 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