Montana State University Northern - Northerner Yearbook (Havre, MT)

 - Class of 1959

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15,5 ...2"' THE I958-I959 NORTHERN ER Presented by THE ANNUAL STAFF NORTHERN MONTANA COLLEGE Havre, Montana 1958-1959 Table of Contents Administration Faculty U pperclassrnen Sophomores Freshmen Sports Activities ,,. L J A . .Wiz - 4 g f sf-1 Z' ' 1' "?',. Qggggjif' -1-, ?Jz?':f?' A vlieiwx :Q sgggiifiif' Alum, k- M 5m,,,mqsn.m mem wh -sw- 'f,Y,s-M,-S,, ,A W X W 9272, ff ,-if i ' N ir :5 1. f. 5.54. N M- M ,pw-wf as K .4 orthem Montana Coll We 5 fa., 'fa 'Q ,S i- ,- if Presidentis Message Genuine school spirit has many aspects. Mature school spirit is manifest in the support of and participation in the whole of college life, inside as well as outside of the classrooms. Participation in art, music, science, as well as all of the classwork depicted in this annual, is evidence of the developing school spirit here at Northern. With this increased interest goes responsibility for action. In the publication, Student Participation in College Administration, Dr. Frances E. Falvey said, 'Alf student par- ticipation is making the most of its opportunities, it will serve to develop interest in the school, increase school spirit, and improve the morale of the college community. These are not times for school spirit to be identified with athletic orgies of cinematic proportions or thousand-dollar proms. The work of the school is, oddly enough, edu- cation-education with its many aspects and facets. School spirit is that inspiration and enthusiasm which come in the process of education, from contact with people and ideas greater than the self, from consciousness of a living tradition of selfless service, from cooperation toward truly great ends, from the consciousness of the broad goals of human behavior." Maturing school spirit at Northern is generally guided by the six purposes of the college found in our catalog. These purposes become truly great ends for our school, and in general, fit in with the broad goals of America, which lead us ever onward toward the good life we dream about. There are many great ideas in this Western World of which we are a part. Contact with these great ideas comes primarily through education with its many aspects, including both classroom work as well as co-curricular activities. Sooner or later, we must all become aware of the idea that selfless service to our fellow men is the greatest contributor to real happiness. There seems to be a conscious- ness in mankind which properly developed makes it possible for us to live together more effectively. This consciousness is also a part of school spirit. The real heart of school spirit is in the definition quoted above. Attendance at games, at community concerts, at dances, and the excellent support of the Havre Booster Club of Northern Montana College are outward manifestations that real school spirit exists here at Northern. But sometimes the less tangible performances have greater significance than the out- ward aspects. These evidences may be expressed in constructive attitudes toward North- ern Montana College among parents and friends in off-campus situations. They may be found in classroom eagerness to gain knowledge and ideas. They may be found in assistance to fellow students with scholastic problems, such as through the athletic study table. They may be found in cooperation with others for social and cultural im- provement. All these constitute school spirit within the framework of campus life. UWA' ! :. JOHN W. BROWN Dean, Student Personnel Services and Registrar LORRAINE HOCKETT Treasurer ADELENE ROMINGER Head Resident Donaldson Hall ,1.........,.. 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JAMES BROWNSON Professor of Art 2:5 -- " ' . .. gig BIKI CHAN Director of Food Services - HAKCHILL CHAN Instructor of Science KEITH CLAWSON Chairman of Business and Secretarial Science Dept. DR. GEORGE CRAIG Chairman of English Dept. f . A V L DONALD EDWARDS Instructor of Physical Education and Biology, Basketball Coach CONRAD ELNES Professor of Welding and Machine Shop JUNE GERSMEYER Instructor of Business and Secretarial Science DALE GUTCHER Instructor of Auto Mechanics and Diesel Technician JOHN GOEBEL Professor of Industrial Arts LOUIS W. HAGENER Director of Basic Curricula Division and Professor of Biology . 0 Im GUDRUN GORSETH Supervisor of Practical Nursing EDWIN D. HAYNES Professor of English CLIFTON S. JACKSON Professor of Psychology JOSEPH L. KELLER Professor of English DR. O. E. KJOS Director of Vocational-Tech nical Division and Professor of Industrial Arts AUGUST W. KORB Instructor of Carpentry and Construction . si HARRISON LANE Professor of Social Studies OLE E. LARSON Professor of Physical Edu cation GEORGE D. LEWIS Instructor of Music W .W In fum. u v H ,. EHW I 1 W - -,-- -V-,-? ?gwE7M -Iv -- - . Z LJ, ,.,.,. 5, . H, N .- - 1 2' at I as T W ,I 5-1 L., f. s Z: I j ,E 542: Z L51.. ' , wig f . IH HLLYI . ,..,,,,, ,J 1 ' iw'f Q "m," ,.a' ff! . if it ' I-A ggx ' 'A I ,fn 55:55 -z jr- :W - I-5.5-:EJ E1 , WILLIAM E. LISENBY Professor of English MERWIN M. MOORES Librarian HELEN O'DEA Professor of Mathematics ,fa LESTER O. MIDCE Professor of Electricity and Radio ESTHER OEHRING Professor of Education 3?-.--,-f., Y-NT. ist Z - .,,. .1 ,. if I-'f Q fi ,4- tgxggi f- siru fl , MARGARET OTT Instructor of Cosmetology MILDRED SHERRY Instructor of Practical Nursing DR. MARCUS PARR Professor of Foreign Language and English ROBERT J. SIEBRASSE Professor of Farm and Ranch Manage- ment FLORENCE SCHMIDT Professor of Education WESLEY P. STACE Professor of Social Studies ears OTTO A. STANGLE LYNN S. STEIN Instructor of Welding and Professor of Education Auto Mechanics. MILLICENT M. THOMPSON Professor of Business and Secretarial Science. EUGENE E. EARL WEISER DUANE R. TAFT Vice-President, Director of Teacher Education Division. Director of Summer Session and Professor of Education. FRANCIS E. YEAGER UNDERWOOD Professor of English and Director oi Professor of Chemi5try Instructor of Math Public Information. an-1T"9?f'?f'TN , "T J ,-, X4 vf- ,?A. V ' V-1-ml: fjf b QV. xi ' , 'E Mf- 1 if . ,V 5 f I f. UPPERCLASS wwf. f I3 JAMES ALCORN Senior Homestead Secondary Education Industrial Arts LORNA BOWEN Junior Chinook Medical Secretary JOHN ALLEN Senior Denton Secondary Education Industrial Arts AUTHUR BAUMANN Junior Conrad Secondary Education Industrial Arts MARILYN BECK Junior Hogeland Registered Nursing ROGER BRITTON Senior Loma Industrial Arts EDWARD BAKER Senior Poplar Pre-Med IDA J. BURGESS Junior Kevin Elementary Education WILLIAM BURNISON Senior Wolf Point Secondary Education Industrial Arts HARVEY ERICKSON Senior Havre Secondary Education Industrial Arts MONTY BURT Junior Poplar Secondary Education Social Science MELVIN DILBECK Junior Havre Secondary Education Business LINDA DUNCAN Senior Kalispell Elementary Education RICHARD J. ERICKSON Junior Malta Secondary Education Math LEONARD DAMM Senior Froid Secondary Education Physical Science MON TY FAUGUE Junior Havre Secondary ,Education Industrial Arts 'Z' Z' an WILLIAM GREEN Senior Harlem Elementary Education fi iQ g n ORVILLE HOOVER Senior Havre Secondary Education Industrial Arts Y 4, bln! Q U1 as af. kr in --1 I ' It J '1"'f.i 3 1 I I ls. 'I CAROLYN GROVE Junior Great Falls Secondary Education Physical Science EUGENE HAVENS Junior Conrad Pharmacy JERRY HAYES Junior Havre Secondary Education Physical Education ARTHUR KAASA Junior Saco Secondary Education Industrial Arts ELMER GWYNN Senior Havre Social Science PHILIP KALUZA Senior Havre Secondary Education Social Science MARTIN KANE LYLE KEISTER LEE KNUDSEN Junior Junior Senior Big Sandy Conrad Havre Secondary Education Elementary Education Industrial Arts Physical Science MYRNA LARSON Junior Havre Business Education CHARLES LEWELLEN Senior Lewistown Secondary Education Industrial Arts PAT MAGDAHL WARREN MOREHOUSE CHERI MOSSEY Senior Senior Junior Fort Shaw Hinsdale Denton Secondary Education Elementzuy Education Elementary Education Math Nt: I-"TSX . 14- I at -C THOMAS O'NEIL Junior Havre Secondary Education Industrial Arts MARJORIE PETERS Junior Richland Elementary Education BLAIR C. RICKS Junior Dillon Secondary Education Industrial Arts JAMES SPARKS Junior Cut Bank Secondaly Education Business BARBARA OPHUS Senior Havre Secondary Education Business PATRICIA TINNEY Junior Kalispell Elementaly Education BEVERELY TOWNSEND Senior Havre Sec. Educ. Social Science 'Uv ww. 4 'Ei' I GENE TOWNSEND JULIUS WABER Senior Junior Havre Great Falls Sec. Ed. Sec. Ed. Ind. Arts. Biological Science LARRY WILLIAMS Junior Lambert Business Administration BURCHARD WINDELS Senior Hogeland Industrial Arts I 2'8- Upperclassmen Joe Sande with Frosh Georgia . Gibson paying forfeit at Integration Day Dance I Kangaroo Coult. Helping is Gene Townsend. 7 ,. 3: u,-.u fm- K , ,. A f 1' w 52-,qszism - . V 1, hw: . A. x X. . :HI 5 h , Lil .- , --,,.. , .lil x ' ' 'W 9 1 ' , 1 1 1 - , I T f ': ., 'fg 5 , A x EN . 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L , ,. fail ?:1 MELVIN KUEHNE Vida Auto Mechanics HELEN LAMEY Havre Elementary Education RONALD LAMOTTE Great Falls Secondary Education Industrial Arts JANICE LARSON Havre Legal Secretary ,Nl lm-ltfvllm MRL. HM1-J ...,. fJEl!ll85WF'Uf-94: GALE LENINGTON Fort Benton Elementary Education DONALEEN LININGER Westhy Elementary Education ELLEN McCRACKEN Conrad Cosmetology DELBERT McDONALD Garneill Auto Mechanics CONLEY MacDONALD Havre Liberal Arts BARBARA MAGDA Leroy Elementary Education CORNELIUS MURPHY Great Falls Pre-Pharmacy CAROL NELSON Havre General Secretary CLARENCE NEWTON Missoula Drafting ROY NORDGULEN Havre Cosmetology RICHARD O'NElL Havre Diesel Technology DELIA OVERCAST Havre General Secretary ARLENE MAHLUM Kalispell Medical Secretary LEONARD MICKELSON Butte Drafting THOMAS MIX Hamilton Drafting JANET MURDOCK Whitewater Elementary Education ,....:! X jdu-.ff D ,X 3 Hffezffh H ' sisfs2f2'i,,'i,,H H1 Wliw N wa : :nina-f f5,2T2g,,,ii,,u,u ,,' , wwmiggztiau ww www: w ROSALIE PALM Hinsdale Elementary Education CAROL PEPION Valier Elementary Education BEVERLY PERRY Havre Cosmetology CAROLYN PETERS Richland Elementary Education V E Hifi EDITH PETERSON Havre Secondary Education Social Science NELLIE PETRIE Turner Elementary Education KAROLEE PITSCH Harlem Home Economics BING POFF Culbertson Farm and Ranch Management DAVID RABEA Forsyth Diesel Technology JERRY RANDOLPH Corvallis Diesel Technology STANLEY STROM Shelby Civil Engineering KENNETH SWENSON Box Elder Elementary Education SHARON TASA Froid Elementary Education ALLEN THOMPSEN Elliston Elementary Education KENNETH TOMAYER Oilmont Farm and Ranch Management JAMES TRYON Havre Engineering - w DOROTHY RUSSELL Havre Elementary Education BEATRICE SCHEND Chinook Elementary Education HUBERT SIMANTON Malta Auto Mechanics WILLIAM STIFF ARM Harlem Electrical Technology E e ,,. " .J Iggy Y iE2?w:?w"wl't 5-it ' 'N H ESV JM gm w 1 ,eu JANET TRYON Havre Cosmetology RICHARD ULLOM Williams Farm and Ranch Management ROBERT VESETH Malta Business Administration LEO WALL Kremlin Diesel Technology KATHERINE WEN DT Whitefish Secondary Education Business CAROL WIGGER Scobey Elementary Education PATRICIA WIGGER Scohey Elementary Education AGNES WILLIAMSON Lloyd Elementary Education GERALD WILLIAMSON Malta Secondary Education Physical Science JOHN WILSON Libby ' Carpentry Semi-formal Dance in Amory Gym - Bev PCITY and Partner. :fr X ew: ffffwe MM ' ll We A Patty Wigger ready to make more cof- fee for those long hours of studying ahead of her. Eileen Adams demonstrating the correct way to apply make-up. Morgan Hall Open House Talent Contest. Sadie Hawkins Dance sponsored by Tau Kappa - January 30, 1959. mm-f prfsfeve-sw S F lu 1 ww W M H ll w. in ff, ll.. Qu nl uw m w H 'N w. ' M N Miss Habets teaching reading during her practice teaching at Sunnyside School. Sophomores Dorothy Russell and Patty Wigger. What ya doing there, girls? ? I f- Big Sisters decorating for the Valentine fonnal Eileen Adams, Diane Drazen, Bobbie Carabin. Aggie Williamson " ' , ff mf ', .se H, I 'll'- U F- 13 Q -e f rf f "-3 Q. Q vi. -'fisl fl V W., . 1 ly Y 1 ,. .11 1 .535 X.. L 1 P NN 4.1 Q fn""u, . Q. U. - 3,1 A Q yr' 5, kmr' U 4 34, 1 X . ,A iffy' '.1,L,1?gM' , i 1 .-9 li is N ' ' ' 5 niv- ' if " "' 4. ,.- . I . p'fq.5.' A I ..-Q 1 4 In 4 '-VS. 1 r, g V. 8 1-Al'f,, f j -' ' ,ge-ss , -W Q fff' V , - 'W .agen-W u'fe:f' " A 34 292 1 3 2:2 2. N Q HL.: :si M W . Q 5' WSJ 5'-. mf: Z g i, .nf ' YK - 'Xxx . ' .giyb ' xnxx Ji W .,"" ff I A Ia' M4 5 f Q gf AM.a.mh, ,, is "2 w ,Z H N ?a. -...ng-,.... Don Anderson Mike Anderson Wally Anderson Marvin Antila Wanda Bernard Carolyn Biere Ardis Biggerstaff Danzel Black Tom Appelhans Bernard Armstrong Roland Armstrong Elaine Arrington John Albrecht Hugo Andersen Pat Andersen Ardelle Anderson Fred Bachini Francis Badgley .lim Barsotti Ronald Beck Carol Bedord Maria Behrman Ted Bennett Larry Berglind Eva Bergstrom 1 . L I' U H l :.:.. -:-::: H E Bonnie Boe Robert Boley Clyde Bonde Carol Borlaug rr xH:ww!! !?gmiw!! H ru H yn 'HP Nuo' 'X 36 .rf ifzgn is,- A J 1,121 r Q m .... lb 22' mu N U. N Jerry Bowen Arlyne Bradley Sandy Bramlette Bev Brewer A. W E: 3 M w Q will 5 t 5 ' Vincent Buck Danny Burrington Frank Cada Cary Cady Howard Brinkman Leland Brist Floyd Brower Frank Brown Bessie Callahan Stanley Campbell Marlene Cannon Dave Carter Rosella Carter Margaret Chapman Robert Coldwell Basil Cook Jim Corbett Louise Crabtree Ernest Darnrn Leslie Crepeau .lolm Criger Grace Crowe Leroy Cyr Reuben Damm George Davis Gary DeBoer Charles Doyle Russell Dupuis Linda Dushane Eddy Ebberling Bob Fourstar Belknap Fox Charles Franks Milton Fretheim i Paul Eggen Mark Eizenzimer Emma Elljbee Larry Emmett Bill Ferguson Phyllis Field Vernon Fleisher Larry F onner Q: ,QQ .:.:..: 7:7 ..5:.: .,::.: - - q Ted Delvin in 1 fr Yvonne DeSmet ' F, Bob Dewar 1 V 'A' 'LEX i I 0 W - l N A 'V W P Dd W l L I.. "hm any 0 ge R J-0' -EQ' Rick Erickson Lyle Eveland Archie Featherstone Jack Feddes Betty F eltman Jeanne F eltman l l gf! Y Annora Fuhrmann Darlene Fuhs Gene Gallagher .lim Gameon Sheilah Garland Roger Gefeller Dorothy Gerky Gary Geyer 9? Gordon Heikens Sandra Hahets Gail Hagan Diane Halverson Louise Halverson Royal Hansen Ann Hanson N...-nf' J ack Graves Helen Gregg Darrell Grimes Gerald Guardipee Christe Hanson Michael Harding Betty Harmon George Harris ,va Bonita Helgeson Stanley Henderson Barbara Holland fi Georgia Gibson Diana Glover Ruby Goltz .lohn Graesser Jeanine Harschfeld Glenn Hatleberg Dolores Hawkins Dorothy Hebbelman i .6 -L 1' Ronald Hunt Don J acohson Frank J aconetty Janice J eannotte v Clarence Johnson Evelyn Johnson Jerry Johnson Neil Johnson Tom Kelly Jesse Kibbee Beth Killenbeck In Ho Kim Bill King Kathy Kirwan i Diana Klette Carl Knudsen Truman Johnson Harold Johnstone um ww ww Marcla Holmes Jlm Holsapple Mary Holstexn John Hunt Brenda Jones Phyllis Jones J im Karr Elsie Kays Q Ann Kellam i h a-ig Milton Knudsen Lmda Larson Nancy Koenig Curtis Kron Georgine Kudena Richard Laumeyer Charles Leck George Lee Mary Lenhart Judith Lohse Ray Long H Scott Lucke V Celina Lumpry 'Q Bonnie Lyon Dick McAdams Harvey McMinn Kay Maddux Carol Madler Marion Manning Bob Marchesseault 4I pi has Diane Liedle Ronald Lindseth Bill Lindsey Rita Lindstrom Pat McBride Kenny McDermott Margie McDonald Blake McDowell Mary Lenz Gerald Levandowski Sharon Levengood Don Lidstone Albert McGuire Larry McKay Janet McKeever Raymond McKinney I I J im Opie if John Me-ras Ed Merlo Judy Meyer Sharon Mikes Bob Olsen Shirley Olson Ted Olszewski Pat O'Neill 3 Ben Math Merle Malt Don Matulevieli Bevtrly lNILbu-t Phil Miller Alice Molyneaux Q Q3 Marlyne Morehouse Don Morris - Danny Murray Eugene Myllymaki Norman Nelson Stanley Nelson Robert Nichols i ' Johnny Norberg Jerry Nordhmd fi 5 Gary Nutting 4, J i i Estelle Mount Phyllis Muender Cary Murdock fg if 'T Joan Patrick Patti Patterson Dwayne Pearson gf' ,J NLUI' e Pease I ..--v Edith Penner Carmen Peterson Darrell Peterson Ira Peterson Lawrence Reyda Larry Rice Gail Richards Dick Richardson John Richardson David Robertson 5 so-H fff Gilbert Proefrock Dallas Reel Dolores Rein George Renaker Connie Robison Jackie Roper Larry Roseburg Sharon Rowlan 9 1 Q3 jg n ' M "4 H H H11 ,"' f V' "mtl Q.. N. 4' H ww , ' ul I 'A Bill Peterson John Petty Charles Plant Jim Plummer Larry Rowley Darla Rude Richard Runser Alan Ryan Russell Salisbury Larry Sayre Dixie Schad Joyce Schnittgen Irene Schrade sw W l s ag, fs fn X ,, LL 5 'W' f Gary Severson Harold Shankle .lim Shehle Deonn Sheffield it Liane Sherman Willy Sherman Karen Shulund Douglas Sjordal Robert Schwartz Gloria Schweitzer Linda Seaberg Ray Seidlitz Garth Skaar Janet Slezak William Slocum Leroy Soennichsen Evelyn Solum Shirley Summers Scott Sorensen Bob Spencer ,lo Ann Stapleton Clara Stark Vereen Sterett Harvey Sterner Maxine Stone Simone St. Onge Bonnie Stringer Rita Swan Terry Swank Eileen Swan I W it it . P 1 t 1 X : if , QQ! it! F5 IH 5 , V N i., - L , Carl Tanherg Kenneth Tanouye Sandra Teichrow Terry Thompson 4 Dave Tinney Dick Tonnesen Raymond Tow Kay Ulrich ul X 54? 5.-2' .loan Vasboe Gary Walter Vance Warwick Dale Watson Carol Wavrick Mary Webber Noel Welton Pat White Lois Whitmore James Wigmore Tom Thompson Sharon Thomson Lyle Tiensvold Larry Tinker Sharlotte Wood Edward Woodcock Donald Yeaman Phil Young Donna Zanto Delanor Zom K l Everett Williams Marilyn Williamson Neill Windecker Marta Wittkoff .V W1 Q-. .S 1 ' 2 'fav 9-1-1- . li' X Frosh boys take it easy after mid-quarter exams. Frosh Initiation Dance sponsored by Central Board Bonnie Stringer and Hugo Anderson at Winter Formal. Bob Marschesseault resting in his Morgan Hall room. i A fra' I . 'ix ' A 7 M elf. ' i- B I :T . I I r I O . E . X P 239' u F ,IEA ,film 7 j i x" '5 ,! W? :fix 'Eiga Q to 2 if i t tt, ta.. f at B 'KN Q 1 A Q t 3 Q: NY? g'ev' i 19' 2 X " A ll ET "" law tl xl , i V '57 x, V l ,Q li? fb ssl' ff: QA QE: .-at Ng 7,531 , ' " QA E, gu. 1.-1 " Counsel is offered to all students by the cleans. Pictured is Stan Nelson l and Dean Brown. K, L l Betty and Jeanne F eltman sing at Morgan Hall Open House. Eva Bergstrom and Patty F R E S I-I M E Dodge on Freshman Initi- ation Day. Freshman boys have pillow fight in Morgan Hall Lounge. H? 1 X L 2' " 1, 1 A SH, -Q ff' it N1 Y .f-1 .., S 'a , J E90 5 f W Q3 H i , rr sg V W W gs X 153 35 Q '45, . 3 5 R FV , fi gf nw , if V' is F4 421-wg 'L azz ' amz H ex . .1 fj,gflNQZ ma K 4 I 1, f .1 f ha: F, 5? w -if K ff' g X X A ' wi k ' -'Q' f N fltgff A wvgrgfiif, "' A .QQ jg.-f'7,, , .. Y Y. Y ,M . .14 - , ' 7" . - - E , . 2 . . ' f V., , ,. i a -. I I -42922, , .ww mm ,L gp, 4 .. . 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I T-A HK, Y., .Till 1 W 1 E'-V 5 -, .1 'S W f' . oooyl ig -3, ff l gawk . Dowell, Orville Hoover. THIRD ROW: Phil Young, Dale Watson, Alan Ryan, Lavon Carter, Jerry Hayes, Jack Feddes, Vance Warwick, Ray McKinney, John Albrecht, Norman Nelson, Manager. FOURTH ROW: Terry Swank, Jesse Kibbee, Charles Doyle. an-1 . vid. -wr NORTHERN MONTANA -2 COLLEGE "LIGHTS" llrr it Football Scores T NMC OTHER Bottineau ....... ......,., Rocky -,......-.-.- ..... -.-,13 38 Western ,.......,.. - ..... M.- ..,.. 0 26 Mines ....... - ..,....,... - ,..,. 26 6 H, 4:65 COACH GEORGE BANDY CAPTAIN ORVILLE HOOVER Conference football was something new at Northern this year. This being their first season in the conference, they had a very good season and prospects are bright for future years. The primary problem seems to be the lack of weight and experience as the team consisted chiefly of Freshmen - 23 of the 30 lettermen being Frosh. The only loss this year by graduation will be Orville Hoover, this year's captain. The best game of the season was played with Carroll - the score 32-27 in favor of NMC. Warren Karst was the leading ground gainer in the conference and was also chosen first string halfback on the all- conference team. Next year's captains chosen by the team are Warren Karst and Larry Rice. The "Northern Lights" see action against Westem Montana College at Dillon. , " , l 'v.'n 1 . . nv. H. 1-94'..---A.k.xT....Fse.E.n.in0.lQi.'ll'F9i"2Q'f'Qillh'!9f"'!'5'-"'!-si""!-5L 13-5f33'P4!'1'!1' l-' ' - '3""'i"' J" astem 5 All E - ........ .......a..0 2 cmou -.-, .... .,.. - .-.az 27 '-X Q iii ,- Vince Buck up for a tackle. Action Against Eastern Eastern with the ball tackled by North- CID. Northern player stopped on Eastern's 30-yard line 1-'M 'K .-5 X FRONT ROW: Con MacDonald, Tom Moran, Charles Plant, Milton Knuclsen, Tom Warwick, Bill Doyle. BACK ROW: Gary Murdock, Don Van Dessel, Con Murphy, BASKETBALI 43.9 i Q 1-lf' . Paul Eggen, Scot Sorensen, Jerry Johnson Jim Koke, Kim Haines. Not pictured are Larry Fonner and Dick Dunn. RSITY .iv Qu When: if , nv? E56 I fp X, 1 v x ' eq: 'iw L ml 1 :si ,Ns , , .. , ! fi 4.-, QN ff" W N 55 1 gli ji W. ,rss 5, 1 if 'sf Ui , fm sw J' ' '7 Qi ISI I 5 4 9 , 21 .x .l , 5-. W! 553, X H-. fr f H A 1 U RT:-H ' .zfgzggigl , '- Siffwfgiil' ig 1 ga 'W 1.1 A ,4 . 1 3 mf., ,L www, New N BEV PERRY MONTY BURT TOOTS LENHART KAYLEE HECK PATTI PATTERSON fTl1 - 7 S, Q 2 Q f' Q ' , , ' 1 ' v , , . rw... .. M4-fi , -X K ' 'qw ' r :1 'fix 6 ah-ag If 2 E4 J l .4 L .qwsulilav Af I , I -:n',,'l'j--' -x'Z -' F v. 1: !:1'J I 3' 1 x' - R 7.21 Q h , . - , ,A . . A V - , 1 u 'r I J 0.5, . , '. if-" Z .10 V . -rx rj, F-ijfwg-.,gA... 11,4 F. fix . ,, AV 11'T"'4""4'-" QQ. , -.,,1,. .-f.:g,' - -, - ..:2s:'::3i!"'r-vw ' 'FLL1 '.- -H ya . -M .A1f!,V5:' v. -ff 1. .. ,,-.-.-5.-, .--.I W , .3.gj5,5?f"V.'C1l.:' s A 1 ,Yk4:-, - .. 'wtj " ' 1 R K S li "'ffw, Kiss s A iw . . .Y K W, x w W X ww ,B ...T .ff 55? n 2 X S 1 X 9 M1 N fee, 1,1 f DEANNA GEORGE DARLENE HABETS Editor Business Manager ORTHER ER WILLIAM BRUMLEY Advisor 0 is , ' 8 i . fi M div' 4,---. A if Jovial axmual staff nearing completion of second deadline. 'Y Annual taff MR. BROWNSON Cover Design W rw gil' -.gi ,T ...MW Q R- -- T .gf w EXTRA' ANNUAL STAFF - SEATED, left to right: Deanna George, Darlene Habets, Bobbie Carabin, Sharon Tasa, Lois Whitmore. STANDING: Mr. William Brumley, Leland Brist, Leonard Damm, and Reuben Damm. After a slow start with a green staff and a new advisor to the Northerner, the staff got busy to put out what we hope will be one of the best yearbooks. Northern has ever had. Special recognition and alhearty "thank-you" go to Ray Long who has taken nearly all the pictures, excluding por- traits, that appear in this book. Then Ray and his staff, Leonard Damm and Leland Brist, spent many long hours in the dark room printing all these pictures. Thanks goes also to Mr. James Brownson for his work on the cover of the book. We all appreciate his long hours of labor on this. 5 Here's hoping that all you students of N.lVI.C. find this book to be the picture of your life at Northern and hope you enjoy it as much as we have had doing it for you. j A .N -' .lj ex V r Wu. Balm ' Sharon Tasa and Sheila Hubbard set up the filing system while Deanna George plans the pages. 63 1:1125 Wvlliiif , 2 'M 7rW3T?Mm':f: ' M V -- 'mmf -- - gf - xv' Q ,. , ' . . ' w. as a 'H " , 3 ' 3 Hx w- -L rl., , N ms, , N' .fgigvzxsgf V , W ' 11" A A 4 faasw' ' ' s I 1 fi 1 N E' , "?' - 1 .Nj 33 . . 'M fl' 5' v, ay 'wx IB- 95. wxfiw . will ,. , I . nh f:-' Qi 1' . 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M- qu' 4 ' b V J A .gf F ,-:Ll Figs 7 b Q ' K ' 3 V, 5 . I my I.. if ww--,wg - , l Q 2 , ff F' .,. H70 W is 1 -1 - ' '1 114:21 fic' 14: In 4151 'W ' An. , . H, , , . .- L. 5 ,Au 1,1 , , I Ls Q jflll- , ff. ' f, ' 1' .H 'lr K I f 5 1 Z 1 1. X . U - ,, 7 ' N Q N.. . U! g if ' RSL .V - A 41 . 9 , W x.,,.. H , . 3 L , .. QW' ,J ' 'S H lf 'N 1 'yy 'EMYE9 . 1, -ff? E , V ' 'lf fgffjl: fifflxd 1 eJfzfgfsf1,f1,ff,m K :pn B- P 2658 ji gnu? . .,':-- , A ' K ' - -1 ' ' .. 1. 7 -. f gf pg- 1 g . t- 'Q i ,P ' -Q-1. . V . , " P9 'Us ' K K Q H Q " NNMJ , 4 f f W- 1... 4 f rf iii' gfimi FRONT ROW: Bud Nordgulen, John Allen, Chuck Lewellen, Roger Britton. BACK ROW, left to right: Mr. William Lisenby, Bruce Kellam, Carol Nelson, Pati Fosvedt, Ramona Cerarfl, Mrs. Margaret Ott, Pat Gillan. FIRST ROW, left to right: Patty Wigger, Gail Acher, Joy Thompson, Pat Tinney, Delores Driskell, Carol Nelson, Ramona Gerard, John Graesser, Eldon Teel. BACK ROW: Pati Fosvedt, Darla Rude, Mr. William Lisenby. 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BACK ROW, left to right: Ann Hanson, Georgine Kudena, Maxine Stone, Frances Badgley, Arlyne Bradley, Marie Behrman, Clara Stark, Sharlotte Wood, Diana Klette, Celina Lumpry. Left to right: Reuben Damm, Dick Laumeyer, Earnest Damm, Julius Waber, Linda Seaburg, Don Gallagher, Karolee Pitsch, Carolynf' Groove, Leonard Damm, Gene Gallagher. eegisi Science Club FRONT ROW: Sharon Tasa, Kathi Wendt, Sheila Hubbard, Karolee Pitsch, Carolyn Biere, Ardis Biggerstaff, Carmen Peterson, Pat Dodge, Janet Murdock, Patty Anderson. BACK ROW: Kay Maddux, Elsie Kays, Beth Killenbeck, Bev Perry, Kay Ulrich, Irene Schrade, Kaylee Heck, Ruby Goltz, Janice Jeannotte, Marlyne Morehouse, Bonnie Boe, Pat McBride, Eva Bergstrom, Evelyn Johnson. FRONT ROW: Clarence Beck, Allan Roush, Carl Tanberg, Ronald La Motte, Reuben Damm, George Davis, Melvin Kuehne, Ernest Damm, Ralph Hammer, Truman Johnson, Jim Halverson. BACK ROW: Jim Sparks, Marilyn Williamson, Fern Peterson, Darlene Buley, Pat Dodge, Carol Bedord, Sharon Tasa, Lucille Terry, Myrna Larson, Eve Solum, Janet Slezak, Bev Mebust, Margit Jensen, Shirley Sommers, Patty Anderson, Eva Bergstrom, Leonard Damm. All esley , , Stiff? , .W .. ' FRONT ROW: Ken Class, Ruby Davey, Dixie Schad, Dorothy Russell, Marion Manning, Nancy Koemg Elame Arrmgton Ardxs Bigger staff. BACK ROW: Reverend Patterson, J. D. Hughes, Russell Salisbury, Cameron Worstell, Darwin Reeve Raymond Tow Len Mxckel on Leland Brist. NEWMAN CLUB Tl Roger Kimmet serves coffee at E-B Day Banquet. Sisters, Roberta Carabin, Darlene Habets, Joyce Huntley, and Eileen make beds for the freshmen before school started in the fall. Allen Poindexter gives "Casey at the Bat." Janet McKeever and Betty Feltman in Danny Murray's room during Open House at Morgan Hall. , . :wg 1: W N ja I H' V H- '. W IV W1 A ' , , . 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Given 'Hue opporlunily +o conlinue providing adequale power. we will. You can counl on us. THE MONTANA POWER COMPANY Y' HAVRE, MONTANA YLOR PUB ISHING CO P NY Prompt-Courteous Service Member F. D. I. C. i, and Wish Them Every Success in th Year h L25 gh fr fiddfdfd W i ll 'T ' is 1+ , NX ' PV 4 A ' 4 ll' IM 4 HTIHCPHCTCCHLQS PIFKUJQTKESS is ZdLlUfHoIllllUHlTHLlhll1d? i To the College Graduates Who Are Ever i, Ready to Meet the Challenge of the Times Education Inspires the Yo g to Great Dreams . and by Learning, Make Those D ms Come T X' We Proudly Salute the Graduating 4 JF Wfmzs' M5579 ll' ll' 4 DEPARTMENT STORE Havre, Montana xxkf TW W T 5 41 V ,W ....l


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