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THE JUNIOR CLASS
Western Montana College of Education
I N A YEAR AT WESTERN we have grown in many ways. Knowledge from books is just one of them. We have made new friends, have learned to accept more responsibility, have learned how to get along with people, and have enlarged our view of life.
The Chinook is a bird's eye view of life on Western's campus. It shows pictures of some of the scenes we are accustomed to seeing. The classes, organizations, and sports are also a vital part of it.
We hope that this yearbook will bring back memories of the days you spent at Western.
We take pleasure in presenting this book to one whom we honor as a friend and as a teacher. It is to him we are indebted for our knowledge of geography, biology, and zoology.
The 1955 Chinook staff dedicates its yearbook to an outstanding faculty member at Western Montana College of Education, Mr. Gert Daniels, assistant professor of biological science.
MR. GERT DANIELSPresident's Message
A COLLEGE EDUCATION should develop your character and make you a better citizen. It should give you a better understanding of international affairs; it should develop habits of scientific thought.
A college education should enable you to understand the speech and writings of others and aid you in expressing your own thoughts. It should help you to attain a satisfactory emotional adjustment in this troubled world and give you knowledge that will contribute to your health and happiness.
It is in college that you learn how to think straight and come to appreciate art, literature, and music.
A college education is worth money. It fits you for a useful and satisfying vocation. It is the door to the professions. College-trained people earn more than others. May college mean for each of you all that it should. Good luck to all of you.
PRESIDENT RUSH IORDANMontana State Board of Education
Left to right: Mr. Clarence Popham, Mrs. F. H. Petro, Mr. Merritt Warden, Dr. Emmet J. Riley, Miss Mary Condon—Secretary, Governor J. Hugo Aronson— Chairman, Mr. Arnold Olsen—Attorney General, Mr. George Lund, Mr. G. A. Bosley, Mrs. George Chambers, and Mr. Horace Dwyer.
ENTRANCE TO THE AUDITORIUM.
W. A .A.
Dorothy Ann Larson
Pl‘yllis Ebeltoft Ed Jursnich
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Frances Cate. Chairman
Bert Corcoran. Frank Kibbce
Goneviovo Alberison Evelyn Mikkolsen
(7)WINTERWestern Takes Part in the Bannock Pageant, Directed by Joe Ryburn.A Large Crowd Gathers to See Pageant.Seen from Highway 91O. K. Moe
Vico President, Professor of Industrial Arts, Social Studies
Mrs. Stella G. Bierrum
Instructor in Fine Art
M. A. Professor of English
Mrs. Clarabcl Bogut
R. N. College Nurse
Mrs. Viola Cook
M. A. Assistant Professor of Biological Science
Mrs. Ruth Dillavou
Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Teacher Placement (Absent on leave 1954-S5)
( 16}Mrs. Mary B. Emcrick
M. A. Professor of Fine Arl
Gladys A. Forester
M. A. Instructor in Training
Mrs. Zolla Flores
Assistant Professor of Education
John C. Garry
M. A. Assistant Professor of Business Education
Dorothy Gelhaus Mrs. Ruth Greenfield Mrs. Winifred Groenwood
B. S. in L. S. B. A. M. A.
Registrar Instructor in Physical Education Instructor in Home Economics
B. M. Ed.
Assistant Professor of Music
Mrs. Isabcll Lasich
B. S. in Elem. Ed. Instructor in Training
Assistant Professor of Education
Howard V. Leslie
M. S. Ed. Associate Professor of Social Studies
Mrs. Helon D. Luobben
Instructor in Foreign Languages and English
M. M. Professor of Music
( 18)Walter McGuire
Librarian (Absent on leave 1954-55)
Business Manager and Acting Dean of Women
Mrs. Margaret Mashlno
Instructor in Training
Placement Secretary. Correspondence Study
Mrs. Martha Nolson
Mrs. Iva Lea Orr
Mrs. Margaret Orr
Instructor in Training
Instructor in TrainingMrs. Ruth Packer
Instructor in Training
loe C. Rybum
Assistant Professor of English, Dramatics
M. A. Instructor in Training
Assistant Professor of Physical Science
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William T. Straugh
Associate Professor of Physical Education and Mathematics
Dale Tash Laurence Walker James Womack
M. A. M. S. B. E.
Assistant Professor of Associate Professor of Education, Instructor in Training
Social Studies Director of Training
Joan Axo, Dillon
Major: Social Studies Minors: English, Music Activities: Music Club, Gargoyles, IRC
William W. Bennett, Deer Lodge Major: Fine Art
Minors: Physical Education, Industrial Arts
Activities: Football, Track, "M" Club
Max H. Blodgett, Hamilton Major: Industrial Arts Minors: Business Education, Physical Education
Activities: Football, Track, Boxing
John Comba, Butto Major: Industrial Arts Minors: English, Foreign Language Activities: Newman Club President, Chanticleer President, Wes-colite Staff, Student Activity Committee, Secretary-Treasurer of the Senior Class
Hollis Coon, Butte
Major: General Science Minors: English, Fine Art Activities: FTA President, State FTA Vice President, Chinook, Chanticleers, Who's Who, Senior Class Vice PresidentSENIORS
Patrick Curran, Minneapolis, Minn. Major: English
Minors: Physical Education, Social Studies
Activities: Basketball, Junior Varsity Coach
James R. Hebnes. Wilsall Major: Industrial Arts Minors: Physical Education, Social Studios
Activities: Football 1, 2; Basketball, "M" Club, Track, Basoball
Thomas R. Hillier, Twin Bridges Major: Gonoral Science Minors: English, Social Studios Activities: Chanticleers, Wescolite Staff, Chinook, Football 1, 2; Matrix, FTA, IRC
John F. Holt, Thompson Falls Major: Social Studios Minors: Psychology, English
Ted R. Kato, Havre Major: Social Studies Minors: English, Physical Education
Activities: "M" Club, Football Captain, Who's Who, Student Activity, Senior Class President, Student Council
Ronald P. Loo, Hamilton Major: Gonoral Science Minors: English, Social Studios Activities: Gargoyles, Tennis Conference Champion, Chanticleers, Chinook Staff 19S4
Carolyn McFaddon, Dillon Major: English
Minors: Foreign Language, Music Activities: Music Club, Kappa Pi, Who's Who
Mrs. Floronco Pinkorton, Dillon Major: English
Minors: Fine Art, Social Studies
Donald Shaw, Cardwell Major: English
Minors: Foreign Language, Social Studies
Activities: Gargoylos, IRC
Ed Spiegle. Anaconda Major: Social Studies Minors: English, Industrial Arts Activities: Football, "M" Club
President, IRC President
Floyd Vandogrift, Dillon Major: Social Studios Minors: Physical Education, Science
Activities: IRC, "M” Club, Track, Baseball, Basketball 2, Football 1JUNIORS
Francos L. Cato, Milos City Activities: Newman Club, FTA, Chinook
Barbara Coon, Butte Activities: Art Club President,
Kappa Pi Secrotary-Treasurer, Junior Class Socrotary-Troasuror, Chinook Staff
Bort W. Corcoran, Box Elder Activities: Junior Class President, Student Council, Chinook Staff, IRC
Mrs. Margaret Curry, Dillon
Carolyn Jones, Anaconda
Ed Jursnich, Butto Activities: Wescolite Editor, Chinook Staff, Art Club, Chanticleers, Matrix, Nowman Club
Pat Kenney, Butte Activities: Basketball Varsity Squad
Mavis McHugh, Anaconda Activities: Chorus, KZN, Chinook Staff. Nowman Club, Wescolite Staff
Claire Marchesseault, Dillon
Nina Miller. Alder Activities: KZN, IRC, Library Committee, Music Club
Dorothy Morgan. Anaconda Activitios: Nowman Club, Chorus
Joo Renfro, Armstead
Dwayne Roe, Havre
Activities: Student Activity Committee, Master of Ceremonies Vod-vtl. Vice President Gargoyles, Art Club, FTA, Student Body President
Palmor Scott, Dodson
George Svetich, Dillon
Joanne Ainslle, Anaconda Activities: House Council, IRC, Intervarsity, Chorus, Skiing, Intramurals
Anita Blood, Avon Activities: KZN Vico President, WAA Treasurer, Newman Club, Ski Club, Chorus, Candidate for Homocoming Quoen, Candidate for Winter Wonderland Queen
Mary Blood. Avon Activities: Art Club
Anaconda Activities: Art Club Secretary, Intervarsity Secretary. Chorus, KZN
Alfred Bond, Deer Lodge Activities: Football
Barbara Bowles, Milos City Activities: KZN, Music Club, Newman Club, Gargoyles, Chorus, "Goodbyo My Fancy," "Dear Brutus," "Cumberland Fair"
Donald Brown. Browning
Geraldine Buck. Stcvcnsvillc Activities: Art Club, KZN, Intorvarsity, St. Patrick's Day Quoen 1954
Laurilie Burns, Milan, Minn.
Joan Burns, Butto
Activities: Elks Scholarship, Gargoylos, KZN, Chanticleers, N o w m a n Club, WAA, Wescolito Staff
Joanne Capp, Whitehall Activities: House Council, Newman Club
Jean Carlson, Avon Activities: KZN, IRC, FTA, Newman Club Vice President, Newman Club Choir, WAA, House Council
Patricia Craine, Spokano, Washington Activities: Gargoyles, Newman Club, Chorus, WAA
James Casey. Butto Activities: Newman Club, Gargoyles. FTA
St. Ignatius Activities: Music Club Point Recorder, Studont Wivos, Chorus, Intervarsity, Library Committee. KZN
Dorothy Ann Curtis, Cut Bank Activities: Nowman Club, FTA
Darlene Dalrymple, Helena Activities: WAA, FTA, Intervarsity, Chorus, Band
Helen Dresen. Cut Bank Activities: Chanticloers, Gargoyles, Art Club, Kappa Pi President, FTA Vico President
Meris Eccleston, Anaconda Activities: Art Club, WAA, Choorleader, Chorus, Library Committee 1954
Roderick M. Duncan, Dillon
Phyllis Ebeltoft, Douglas, North Dakota Activities: Transfer from Minot State Teachers College, "Messiah," Chinook Staff, KZN, Intorvarsity, FTA
CLASS OF 1957
Karen Emanuel, Anaconda
(29)Ellen Evenson, Cut Bank Activities: WAA, FTA
Doris Forkin, Martinsdale Activities: FTA, Volleyball, Softball
John Hash. Butte Activities: FTA
Marlene Franks, Lima
James Grant. Butto
Doris Hanson. Holona Activities: KZN, FTA, House Council
CLASS OF 1957
Bortie Finch, Bigfork Activities: Intorvarsity
President, KZN, "Mossiah," Sophomore Assembly
Shirley Gladstone, Tucson. Arizona Activities: FTA
Dolores Hebert, Alberton Activities: Chorus, Now-man Club, Gargoyles, KZN, FTA, "Goodbyo My Fancy"
Margaret Ivorson, Milltown Activities: Intervarsity, IRC, KZN, House Council, FTA, Librarian-Historian, Usher
Marilyn Iverson, Belgrade Activities: WAA, Band, FTA, Intorvarsity, Chorus
Max Johnson, St. Ignatius Activities: "M" Club, Football, FTA, Newman Club
Viola Klang. Dillon Activities: Transfer from Minot, North Dakota. Choir, Leader of Junior Mothodist Youth Fellowship
George Lane, Dillon
Kenneth R. Lane, Three Forks Activities: Freshman Football, J.V. Basketball, Soph-omoro Class Prosidont, Student Council
CLASS OF 1957
Terry Lindquist, Elliston
Anna Hollowoll, Drummond Activities: FTA, Chorus, "Messiah," Intorvarsity, IRC
Elizabeth Hopkins, Butte Activities: FTA, KZN, Intorvarsity
Dorothy Ann Larson,
Stevensville Activities: WAA Prosidont, KZN, Intervarsity, Chinook Staff. Usher
Darlene Lovell. Deer Lodge Activities: House Council, KZN, WAA Vico President
Bob McLeod. Havre Activities: Basketball Varsity Squad
Blancho Martin. Philipsburg Activities: Chorus, Nowman Club. Volleyball
Virginia Matson, Missoula Activities: FTA, KZN President, Chorus. Ushor
Jeanno Nankorvis, Butto Activities: KZN, Gargoyle Club President, Woscolito Business Manager, Art Club. Chanticloors, "Dear Brutus," "Green Valley," "Goodbye My Fancy"
Patricia Moran. St. Ignatius Activities: FTA, Nowman Club
Marilyn Morn. Butte
Activities: "Cumberland Fair," Wescolite Staff, Art Club, Chanticleer Club Secretary-Treasurer, FTA, Nowman Club, Bannack Pageant
CLASS OF 1957
Elmer Olson, DillonSOPHOMORES
Jane! Puyear, Missoula Activities: KZN, Newman Club Treasurer, Art Club Treasurer, Wintor Formal Queen
David Oursland. Somers
Activities: Chorus '52, 'S3, 'SS, "Down in the Valley" 'S3, Intervarsity Vice President '53, Vodvil '53. Prairie Bible Institute S3-'S4
Loa Pierce, St. Ignatius Activities: WAA, Intervarsity, Gargoyles
Marian Richter, Hamilton Activities: Newman Club, Sophomoro Class Secretary-Treasurer, Ushering Staff Freshman
Bob Roberts. Butt©
Activities: Newman Club, FT A, Chinook Staff
Dixie Robison. Ennis
Activities: Transfer from MSC, WAA, Usher
Robert Romers, Dillon
Ruth L. Roys. Los Angeles, California Activities: Gargoyles, "Dear Brutus"
Marlene Savich, Butte
Activities: WAA, FTA, Nowman Club
Jacklynn Sampson. Butte Activities: Transfer from MSC, Art Club, Gargoyles, "Doar Brutus," Bannack Pageant
Florence Scoles, Baker
Activities: FTA, Intervarsity, Art Club
Don Shreeve, French town Activities: Sophomore member of Library Committee, Intramural Basketball, Elks Scholarship
Ann Skelly, Eureka
Activities: House Council, Student Activity Committee, FTA, Intervarsity, KZN
Marilyn Jeanne Slauton,
Activities: Intervarsity, Chorus, Wescolite Associate Editor, Chanticleors
Homer Seibert. Elmo
Marion Ruby Soulis, Butte Activities: "Green Valloy," Operetta "Cumberland Fair," "Tomorrow Is the Day," "Tho Earth Worms," "Goodbye My Fancy," Gargoyle ClubSOPHOMORES
Lois Turville, Fairfield Activities: Intervarsity, KZN, Band
Marjorie Tripp. Butte Activities: Gargoyle Club, "Doar Brutus, Usher, Homecoming Committee. Sophomore Assembly, Winter Formal Ttckot Committee, Chorus
Verna Volk, Miles City Activities: FT A, IRC
Gary Williams, Dillon
Bernard Wenger, Dillon
Laurene Walker, Dillon
Activities: WAA, KZN Secretary, Cheerleader
Ora Mae Wood, Corvallis
Colleen Ankeny Victor
Donna Ballaniyne Choteau
Jack Basolo Twin Bridges
Bernard Bissell Belt
Jo Blakerr.an Vale, Oregon
Shirley Broderick Frenchtown
Teresa Canton Stevensville
Tommie Lou Cargile Lytte, Texas
Darlene Christy Butte
Jeannio Comba Butte
Dolores Cramor Chostor
Billie Ann Cummings HelonaCLASS OF 1958
Bob DoMarois Anaconda
Diane Didier Malta
Sharon EhJers Sheridan
Bert English Great Falls
Elsie Erickson Charlo
Frances Fordik Bigfork
Marilyn Gaines Hamilton
Eileen Gates Corvallis
Rose Marie Healow Missoula
Blanche Heller Lewistown
Mary Hoge Fort Shaw
Marlene Holland Butt©
Russell Jennings Deer Lodge
Marianne Johnson Ravalli
Lois Kloint Lebanon, Oregon
Sandra Holm Valior
Elslo Johnson Missoula
Shirley Kalland Bakor
Robert Kohn Butte
Tommie Ray Huddleston Purcell, Oklahoma
Kenneth Johnson Butte
Peggie Keyes Livingston
Ann Larabee Earlville, Illinois
(38)CLASS OF 1958
Burnell Larson Poison
Pauline Lorontzon Hamilton
John Loo Butte
Gayle Lovhaug Thompson Falls
Sara Ludwig Charlo
Marvin Lundborg Hamilton
John McCollum Dillon
Mary Ann McCormick Helmville
Sylvia McCormick Threo Forks
Myrna McCulloch Butte
Pat McDonald ■Butt©
Doborah McFadgen StevensvilloFRESHMEN
Joan McGrath Butte
Donald McKee Deer Lodgo
Lindy McLaughlin Dillon
Janice Maddox Hamilton
Barbara Markovich Dillon
Anthony Martollo Missoula
Bertha Mathison Deer Lodge
Rachel Mayberry Dillon
James Millor Butte
Sandra Mitchell Anaconda
Angela Monaco Anaconda
Shirley Moody RonanCLASS OF 1958
Geary Moran Anaconda
Grace Morigeau Arloo
Sandra Motley Darby
Virginia Nelson Cut Bank
Lloyd Neste Melvillo
Tom O'Brien Butte
Dolores Ohman Anaconda
Louiso Owen St. Ignatius
Lois Peters Dillon
Sally Rives Deer Lodge
Darlene Robison Great Falls
Paula Sackett Alhambra, California
Duano Savall Poison
Gail Schmardebeck St. Anthony, Idaho
Donald Shanklin Drummond
JoAnn Shenton Small, Idaho
Patricia Skelton Anaconda
Herbert Smith Boulder
Norm Stubbs Great Falls
Matt Telin Fred Thornton
Twin Bridgos Blackfoot, Idaho
(42)CLASS OF 1958
Voronica Tillingor Ennis
Lois Trent Anaconda
Barbara Tysdal Dillon
Diane Walker Anaconda
Maxine Vicho Superior
Goorgo Walker Dillon
James Vinion Fort Benton
Graco Wellborn Armstead
Yvonne Wenger Dillon
Lucillo Weidigor Seattlo, Washington
Juanita Williams Doris Wisnor
Twin Bridges Deer Lodgo
(43)Larger Feet? Bovs or Girls?
Bob Facincani in a major gargoyle role.
OUR STUDENT PRESIDENT
At National Guard An Outdoor Man Tho Cook
(44)A crafts project
Home from church
After the Xmas dinner
Dick Pitman makes (?) money
Chewing the fat
Left to right: Russell Lane, Dwayne Roe. Ted Kato, President Jordan, Bert Corcoran. George Walker.
The student government rests in the hands of the Student Council. The Council is composed of the student body president and the four class presidents. President Jordan is its sponsor.
STUDENT ACTIVITY COMMITTEE
Left to right, standing: Mr. Daniels, John Comba, and Tod Kato. Seated: Mrs. Greenwood. Miss Mathews, Mr. McFaddon, Dwayne Roe, and Ann Skolly.
The student activity committee has the responsibility of providing the students with entertainment and helping with the activity fund. Four student members are elected by the students. Faculty members are appointed.
Leit to riqht: loanno Nankervis, Marilyn Mom. Marilyn Slauson, Miss Mikkolsen, advisor; Ed lursnlch, John Comba, Hollis Coon.
Carol Jeanne Nanfcervis Marilyn Slauson John Comba Joan Burns Ron Loo
The Chanticleer Club is the journalism organization at Western Montana College of Education. The main project of the Chanticleer Club is the publication of the WESCOLITE, Western's weekly newspaper. The club also publishes a scandal sheet for each year's spring variety show. The members of this club can earn letters in journalism according to certain standards set up by the Chanticleers and Awards Committee. This year's officers are John Comba, president; Ron Lee, vice president; Marilyn Morn, secretary-treasurer; and Ed Jursnich, editor of the Wescolite. Miss Albertson is the sponsor of the Club. During the winter quarter while Miss Albertson was on leave, Miss Evelyn Mikkelsen, a former member of the club and Matrix, was in charge.
Matrix is an honorary society within the Chanticleers for members who are outstanding in the field of journalism among the students of Western. The students work on the publications of the WESCOLITE, the spring variety scandal sheet, and the CHINOOK to gain honors for this organization.
The WESCOLITE, Western's weekly newspaper, is published through the combined efforts of the Chanticleer Club and the journalism class under the supervision of Miss Albertson. WESCOLITE staff members are Chanticleer members who have been elected to their positions by the club. All articles are written by the students, either staff members or outside contributors from the student body. Announcement of coming events, publication of items of interest to students and a promotion of an awareness of world affairs are the task of the WESCOLITE, Western's weekly newspaper. Miss Mikkelsen was sponsor during the winter quarter.
(49)Women's House Council
The purpose of the Women's House Council is to discuss and arrange the program of social activities to be presented during the year at the Residence Hall.
This year's activities included the provision for entertainment during Sunday dinners, the annual Christmas activities, a buffet dinner, pajama parties, and the Sweetheart Ball.
The members of the House Council are selected by a method which permits a representation from each of the four classes. New members are chosen in the fall to work with the members returning from the previous year.
Members of the House Council include Ann Skelly, Darlene Lovell, Doris Hanson, Joanne Ainslie, Jean Carlson, Margaret Iverson, Jeanne Comba, Billie Ann Cummings, Pat McDonald, Angela Monaco, Mary Ann McCormick, and Shirley Moody. Miss Georgia Mathews, Dean of Women, acts as advisor.
Every second Wednesday of the month student wives meet for a social gathering, under the direction of Beverly Gilmer as president and Mary Frances Pitman as secretary.
Activities of the year were swimming, making Christmas presents and decorations, and planning for a party in honor of their husbands.
Members are Kay Lloyd, Sylvia McCormick, Marianne Johnson, Darlene Scott, Jean Axe, Myma Smith, Mary Frances Pitman, Martha Sprout, Sally O'Keefe, Beverly Gilmer, Betty Ann Kibbee, Virginia Straugh, Vivian Womack and Peggy Tate.
The Library committee exists for the purpose of making suggestions for better use of the library by the student body, and also to pass on any suggestions made by any student regarding the improvement of library management.
Four representatives from the classes constitute the student members of the Library committee: Nina Miller, Bill Bennett, Don Shreeve, and Barbara Tysdal. The faculty members on the Library committee are Mrs. Orr, chairman. Miss Mikkelsen, and Miss Gelhaus.WOMEN'S HOUSE COUNCIL
Loft to right—front row: Mary Ann McCormick, Jeannio Comba, lean Carlson, Billie Cummings, Shirloy Moody. Second row: Doris Hanson, Angela Monaco, Miss Mathews, advisor: Ann Skelly, Pat McDonald. Standing: Nedino McCamant, advisor; Darlene Lovell, Joanne Ainslie.
Loft to right—soated: Miss Mikkelsen, Miss Gelhaus, Mrs. OrT. Standing: Bill Bennett, Don Shxeeve, Barbara Tysdal, Nina Miller.
Left to right—seated: Myma Smith, Mary Frances Pitman, Jean Axe, Betty Gilmer, Virginia Straugh, advisor. Standing: Vivian Womack, advisor: Kay Lloyd, Betty Kibbee, Marianne Johnson, Darlene Scott, Sylvia McCormick, Martha Sprout, Sally O'Keefe.
Left to right-first row: Janet Puyear, Loe Orr, Barbara Coon, Beverly Arensmeyer, Gorry Buck; second row: Ed Jursnich, Marilyn Morn, Veronica Tillinger, Juanita Williams, Joanne Nankor-vis, Torosa Canton, Moris Eccleston; third row: Bill Bennett, Jackie Sampson, Mary Blood, Ann Larabee, Nedino McCamant, Floyd Vandegrift.
ART CLUB INITIATES
Left to right—seated: Mary Blood, Nedine McCamant; standing: Marilyn Morn, Floyd Vandegrift, Jackie Sampson; painter. Bill Bonnott.
The Art Club at Western is made up of people with special art interests. The club meets regularly the first and third Tuesdays of the month at seven o'clock in its own Club Studio. Projects are carried out both by individuals and the entire club in labs which are called quite often throughout the year.
The gifts which are made by the Art Club members are put into the Club Shop to be sold to Western's students. The sale of these articles, which include this year, Bulldog pins, jewelry and card boxes, woven dresser scarves, and chip carved picture frames, besides stationery and yule logs, make the Art Club self-supporting.
This year the Club had two very interesting speakers. In the fall quarter Giulio Ravella spoke to the club and their guests and showed slides which had been taken on his trip through Europe during the preceding spring. The end of spring quarter and another year at Western's Art Club was marked by a banquet and speaker, Mrs. Elizabeth Lochrie, who wore Indian dress and showed several of her paintings of Indians to illustrate her talk. The favors were small reproductions of one of Mrs. Lochrie's paintings.
This year the officers were Barbara Coon, president; Lee Orr, vice president; Beverly Arensmeyer, secretary; and Janet Puyear, treasurer. Gerry Buck was shop treasurer.
Kappi Pi is the oldest National Art Honorary Fraternity among those in today's colleges. It was organized in 1911 to promote an active interest in the field of art.
Western became the only charter member in Montana in 1937 when it was granted the Omicron Chapter of Kappa Pi.
This year the members made posters designed with wire figures for the Cowbell's National Convention, a women's division of the Cattlemen's Association.
Members at Western this year are Helen Dresen, president; Carolyn Mc-Fadden, vice president; and Barbara Coon, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Emerick, a life member of Kappa Pi, is the sponsor.
The Newman Club, affiliated with the National Newman Club Federation, promotes the spiritual life of Western's Catholic students.
The activities sponsored by the club are two monthly meetings for discussions and talks by the club chaplain and the students. Each month the club has had Communion breakfasts in conjunction with the CYO of St. Rose's Parish.
Club officers are John Comba, president; Jean Carlson, vice president; Patricia Skelton, secretary; Janet Puyear, treasurer.
Rev. Father Clifford is the club chaplain, and Miss Dorothy Gelhaus is the sponsor.
The members are Teresa Canton, Joan McGrath, Jeannie Comba, Frances Cate, Anita Blood, Jean Carlson, Patricia Skelton, Delores Hebert, Dorothy Ann Curtis, Grace Morigeau, Pat McDonald, Janet Puyear, Mrs. Blanche Martin, John Comba, Rose Marie Healow, Bertha Mathison, James Casey, Darlene Christy, Marion Richter, Jim Miller, Tom O'Brien, Bill Leybold, Kenneth Johnson, Don Shaw, Shirley Broderick, Angela Monaco, Frances Fordik, and Joan Bums.
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship is a religious organization for students of all faiths. The members meet together for Bible study, prayer, group singing, and devotional discussion.
Activities this year included Christmas caroling by Intervarsity and Newman Club jointly; a Winter Conference at Dillon with Paul Byer, Intervarsity Staff member from Seattle; participation with the Dillon Churches in the World Day of Prayer; talks by the pastors in Dillon; and various social meetings. A spring camp was held with groups from Bozeman, Missoula, Eastern, and Rocky Mountain participating.
This year's officers were Beriie Finch, president; Diane Walker, vice president; Beverly Arensmeyer, secretary-treasurer; Shirley Moody, missionary chairman; Marilyn Gaines and Marilyn Slauson, worship co-chairmen; Margaret Iverson, song leader. Miss Evelyn Mikkelsen and Mr. John Garry are co-sponsors of the group.
Left to right—first row: Dan Konen, Blanche Martin. Miss Gelhaus, sponsor; Janot Puyoar, Pat Skelton, Jean Carlson, John Comba; second row: Joan Sampson, Angela Monaco, Dorothy Curtis, Marilyn Morn, Jeanne Nankervis, Anita Blood, Joan McGrath, Delores Hebert, Sharon Ehlers, Shirley Broderick, Joannie Comba; third row: Rose Marie Hcalow, Sandy Holm, Barbara Bowles, Grace Morigeau, Pat McDonald, Max Johnson, Larry Anderson, James Casey, Frances Fordik, Frances Cate; fourth row: Ed Jursnich, George Tate, Pat Kenney.
Left to right—seated: Marilyn Slauson, Marilyn Gainos, Margaret Iverson, Bertie Finch. Beverly Arens-meyer, Diane Walker, Shirley Moody; second row: Phyllis Eboltoft, Mary Hoge, Lois Turville, Doris Wisner, Virginia Nelson, Ann Skelly, Margaret Cummings, Florence Scoles, Beryl Mann; third row: Mr. John Garry, co-sponsor; Joanne Ainslie, Elizabeth Hopkins, Donna Ballantyne, Laurilee Burns, Marilyn Iverson, Marlone Holland, Anna Hollowell, Miss Evolyn Mikkelsen, co-sponsor.
Professor McFaddon at the New Organ.
WMCE Music department presented the "Messiah" by Handel at the beginning of winter quarter, under the direction of Mr. Brinton Jackson. Mr. Ralph McFadden played the organ accompaniment. This was a school and community project with a number of townspeople participating and adding to the effectiveness of the program.
Soloists were Bertie Finch, soprano; Elizabeth McFadden, contralto; Elena Bramsman, soprano; Tony Bramsman, tenor.
The Messiah," a college and community presentation.WHO'S WHO
Three Seniors wero selected to represent Western in "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.” Students were judged on scholarship, participation in campus activities, dependability, leadership and promise of future usefulness to society.
Hollis is president of the Sheldon E. Davis chapter of the Future Teachors of America and is state vice president of the FTA. He sorved as businoss manager of the 1954 Chinook and is serving as senior ropre-senta’ive on the staff of the 1955 yearbook. Hollis was also junior class president and has sorvod on the Student Activity Committee and tho Student Council.
Ted has been active in athlotics at Western. He is tho senior class president this year and is a member of the Student Activity Committee. He was last yoar's M Gub president and he has been the football captain for the past two years. Ho also served as sophomore vice president. Tod has been active in Boys' State and for the past three years has done outstanding work on the counseling staff of Boys' State.
Carolyn has been active in music. She has been president of the Music Gub. has frequently been an accompanist, and has contributed piano solos on many programs. Her piano pupils have appoared in recital with those of her father. Professor Ralph Me-Fadden. Carolyn served as freshman class secretary and is also active in tho Art Gub.
(57)K Z N
Loft to right—first row: Elizabeth Hopkins, Barbara Bowles. Violet Turner, Rae Fleury. Ann Skolly. Second row: Darlene Lovell, Larry Walker. Mrs. Luebben. advisor; Virginia Matson. Miss Mikkelsen. advisor; Anita Blood. Jeanne Nankervis. Bertie Finch. Standing: Lois Turville. Eileene St. Onge, Beverly Arensmeyer. Margaret Cummings. Gay Loveridge. Doris Hanson. Margaret Iverson, Delores Hebert. Gerry Buck. Jean Carlson, Janet Puyear. Dorothy Ann Larson. Phyllis Ebeltoft.
Left to right—first row: Ed Spieglo. Joan Carlson. Floyd Vandergrift. Margaret Iverson. Second row: Nina Miller, Jack Holt, Bert Corcoran, Mr. Leslie, advisor. Third row: Claire Marchesseault. Juanita Williams, Gloria Costle, Doloros Cramer. Ann Hollowoll, Verna Volk.Kappa Zeta Nu
The only sorority on our Campus is Kappa Zeta Nu, an honorary and the oldest organization on the Campus.
During the fall quarter a Kiddie Party was held for the Freshmen girls. Formal initiation of Sophomores was held in the Home Economics rooms shortly before Christmas.
Activities during the winter quarter were a candy sale on the campus and cleaning and redecorating the KZN room.
Plans for spring quarter include presentation of a skit for Vodvil, formal initiation of Freshmen, and a banquet celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the sorority.
With the beginning of fall quarter the following girls held office in KZN: Nina Miller, president; Virginia Matson, vice president; Larry Walker, secretary; and Violet Turner, treasurer. During winter quarter Virginia Matson succeeded Nina Miller as president; Anita Blood was elected vice president; and Doris Hanson and Phyllis Ebeltoft took over the offices of secretary and treasurer respectively as Larry and Violet transferred to Bozeman. The sponsors are Mrs. Luebben and Miss Evelyn Mikkelsen.
The purpose of the International Relations Club is to foster a better understanding of modem problems in international affairs among the students and faculty of the college. This year the Club sponsored two delegates to the Northwest Regional Conference of International Relations Clubs at the College of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington. The club sponsor, Mr. Leslie, and delegates, Ed Spiegle and Floyd Vandegrift, attended this conference.
During the year the club held discussion meetings on the Bases of International Politics, a study of Indonesia, The Soviet Union and its Policies, Konrad Adenauer and the New Germany, and Security Problems in Europe and the Far East.
Officers for the year were Edward Spiegle, president; Floyd Vandegrift, vice president; Claire Marchesseault, secretary-treasurer; and Mr. Leslie, sponsor.
(59)Dr. Sheldon E. Davis Chapter of Future Teachers
The Dr. Sheldon E. Davis Chapter of Future Teachers of America is one of the larger and more active organizations on Western's campus.
Members of this group work with their state and national professional organizations. They study the ethical conduct of teachers, including their relationship to other teachers, to parents, and to the general public. How to cooperate with any group seeking to improve the public schools is given special attention.
In the delegate assembly of Montana Education association, members of Future Teachers take an active part in studying and discussing proposed school legislation.
Officers are Hollis Coon, president; Helen Dresen, vice president; Ann Skelly, secretary-treasurer; and Margaret Iverson, historian.
Mr. O. K. Moe is acting sponsor while Mrs. Zella Flores, chapter sponsor, is on leave of absence.
The Training School
Through arrangements with the elementary schools of Dillon, students doing directed teaching have the opportunity to teach under standard conditions in the first eight grades. They learn to work with large and small classes, and to use teaching materials and other aids such as they find in the best public schools in the state.
Mr. Laurence Walker is the superintendent and director of the training school. The critic teachers now working with Western Montana College are Miss Gladys Forester, Mrs. Isabell Lasich, Mrs. Margaret Mashino, Mrs. Martha Nelson, Mrs. Margaret Orr, Mrs. Ruth Packer, Miss Elizabeth Satter, and Mr. James Womack.
(60)F T A
Left to right—first row: Elsie Johnson, Max Johnson, Mrs. Flores, sponsor; Margaret Iverson, Hollis Coon. Ann Skelly. Eileene St. Onge, Marlene Savich, Jean Carlson. Second row: James Casey, Florence Scoles. Virginia Matson. Rae Fleury, Joan McGrath. Shirley Kalland. Voma Volk, Doris Forkin. Doris Wisner, Eileen Gates. Marilyn Gaines. Third row: John Hash, Phyllis Eboltoft, Anna Hollowell, Elizabeth Hopkins, Shirley Gladstone, Janice Maddox, Rose Marie Healow, Donna Bal-lantyne. Darlene Christy. Virginia Nelson, Sally Rives. Rob Roberts. Fourth row: Frances Fordik. Peggie Keyes, Jim Leary.
Bertie Finch teaching numbers to grade one.
Frances Cate conducts a reading group.
Mrs. Cummings teaches a unit in social studies.
Story Time with Marion Soulis in charge.
C 61 )GARGOYLES
Loit to riqht—seated: Jackie Sampson, D©lor©s H©b©rt, Ruth Roys, Donald Shaw, Jeanno Nankervis, Marion Soulis. Marjori© Tripp, Loa Pi©rc©. Standing: Mr. Jo© Ryburn, sponsor; Pat Craine, Helen Dr©sen, Bob Facincanl, John Le©, Donald Shanklin, Barbara Bowles.
College life depicted in "Goodbye, My Fancy."
Students give excellent performance in "Dear Brutus.'The Gargoyles
The Gargoyle Club, Western's dramatics society, was founded in 1923 for the purpose of encouraging dramatic activity and rewarding members of unusual merit. Students showing outstanding ability are eligible for membership in the Order of the Jeweled Masque. This year's awards went to Jean Axe and Jeanne Nankervis.
In the spring of 1954 the Gargoyles produced "Goodbye, My Fancy," a three-act comedy written by Fay Kanin and directed by Mr. Joe Rybum. The cast included Ginny Merrill—Jeanne Nankervis; Amelia—Marion Soulis; Clarisse—Claudia Hoy; Mary Nell—Barbara Bowles; Miss Shackleford—Susan Hendrickson; Janitor— Dwayne Roe; Telephone Man—James Fitzpatrick; Susan —Dolores Hebert; Grace Woods—Helen Vegter; Agatha Reed—Helen Dresen; Ellen Griswold—Margery Goble; Prof. Birdeshaw—Dorothy Kneeland; Carol— Joan Burns; Jo—Loa Pierce; Dr. Pitt—Keith Allred; James Merrill—Burton Johnson; Prof. Dingley—Thomas Behan; Mat Cole—Robert Facincani; Claude Griswold—Del Greenfield.
The major production of the 1954 fall quarter was "Dear Brutus," a fantasy in three acts by James M. Barrie. The cast was as follows: Mr. Dearth—Giulio Joe Ravella; Mr. Purdie—Robert Facincani; Mr. Coade—Don Shaw; Lob—Jack T. Viggers; Joanna Trout—Jackie Sampson; Mrs. Dearth—Marjorie Tripp; Mrs. Purdie—Barbara Bowles; Mrs. Coade—Helen Dresen; Matey—Donald Shank-lin; Margaret—Jeanne Nankervis; Lady Caroline Laney—Ruth Roys. The play was directed by Mr. Joe C. Rybum.
"The Valiant," a one-act play by Holl and Middlemass was given along with the operetta, "Cumberland Fair," in the spring quarter of 1954. The cast consisted of Dwayne Roe, Claudia Hoy, A1 Clark, Del Greenfield, and Tom Behan.
This year's officers of the club were Jeanne Nankervis, president; Dwayne Roe, vice president; Jean Axe, secretary; and Don Shaw, treasurer. Mr. Joe C. Rybum is the Club advisor.
The Gargoyle Club was called upon by a number of Dillon civic organizations for entertainment. A series of dramatic readings and skits was used. Jeanne Nankervis, Jackie Sampson, Robert Facincani ,and Helen Dresen were among these called upon to furnish talent for the programs.
(63)New Opportunities at Western
When you return to Western autumn quarter, you will be able to train for secondary education right here on this campus, if you prefer secondary to elementary education teaching.
Beginning with the summer term of 1955, Western has been authorized to grant the degree, Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education in addition to the degree in Elementary Education which has been granted for many years.
Furthermore, we call your attention to the fact that degree graduates from this or any other institution may do work toward the Master's degree on this campus.
Western now offers a four-year course leading to the degree, Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education or Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education and a fifth year leading to the degree, Master of Science in Education.
(64)THE 1954 VODVIL
Froshmon Win First in "Take off" on Faculty.
This was ono of the best Vodvils in the past few years with most clubs and organizations taking part. The Freshman class won first place honors in the 1954 Vodvil with "A Faculty Mooting.” Second placo wont to the Gargoyles, and third placo to WAA.
In the parade Tom Bohan and Ron Elia-son won first prize, being the best comic entry. Tho best group prize was won by Western's band. Individual winners wore Barbara Bowles, Elslo Mussclman, and Carolyn Jones.
Dwayne Roo did a fino job as Mastor of Ceremonies.
WAA Wins Third.
Gargoyles Placo Second.
Billio Bowles— Dwayne Roo—M. C.
Tom Bohan and Ronnie Eliason win first in Parade.
Tho Band—Second Placo in Parado.
Carolyn Jones and Elsie Mussclman— Individual second.
Froshmon on Parade.
(65)WESTERN TAKES TIME
Freshman president King and Queen reign at St. Patrick's dance. King and Queen
crowns the queen. do a jig.
Visitors irom Dogpatch
King and Queen of Dogpatch.
Mammy and Pappy at home,
The Grand March.
Marryin' Sam gets work-out.OUT FOR DANCING
Grand march at the winter formal.
Queen Janet and her attendants.COMMUNITY
James De La Fuenle. violinist, and Herbert
Stessin. pianist, popular favorites on the North American concert stage, appoarod in tho first concert of the season. Tho two talented arlists presented a very enjoyable musical program.
A most outstanding group of singers, tho celebrated de Paur Infantry Chorus, presented tho lost community concert of the season. The chorus was first set up as a morale unit to entertain troops all over the world; howovor, the group decided to stay together after tho war was over and continue their singing career in civilian life. For part of their program, tho chorus selected music from tho many lands which they had visited. They also presented contemporary classics, spirituals, and songs of different faiths.
Sascha Gorodnitizki, rated as one of today's fow really great pianists, presented a musical program based on tho principles of balance, variety and interest. Mr. Gorodnitizki believes that the pianist should not ''specialize' in the music of any one composer or period. Mr. Gorodnitizki was tho winner of tho Schubert Memorial Prize, which constituted an introductory appearance with the Now York Philharmonic Symphony.
A most enjoyablo program was presented by Polyna Stoska. an American soprano. Miss Stoska made hor debut at tho Berlin Opera; sho also appeared at the Wagnerian Opera Festival in Barcelona, Spain, and sang on a USO tour ovorsoas.
Loft to riqht—first row: Larry Andorson. Ed Spieglo, Jim Hebnes, Bill Bennett, Don Brown. Second row: A1 Puccinelli. Jim Fitzpatrick. Frank Kibbeo, Torry Lindquist. Floyd Vandegrift. Third row: Gene Vuckovich. Norm Stubbs. A1 Bond, Geary Moran. Standing: Coach Straugh, sponsor; Bob De-Marios. Ted Kato.
FOOTBALL VARSITY SQUAD
Left to right—first row: Bornie Bissoll. Larry Anderson. Rodger McCormick, Geary Moran. A1 Bond. Bob McLeod. Don Brown. Ted Kato. Norm Stubbs. Second row: Jim Vinion, Bob DoMarois, Gene Vuckovich. Terry Lindquist. John Lee, Bill Bennett. Richard Davenport, Jack Solway. Ed Spiegle. Third row: Mickey McKenna, Kenneth Johnson. Max Blodgett. Bert English, Dick Pitman, Bob Kohn, Gary Glassey. Gail Schmardebeck. George Tate, Jim Fitzpatrick.
Western Defeats Rocky for Conference Victory
The Western Montana
opened thrJr Montana Calkftale Coo-trrrtxr with aplrlt and f» ht by defeating U e Rocky Mountain CoUe « Bear at VutfUntr rwi i Ft id ay ni h» October I. bjr a K-orp of 13-d After pUyuut three quarter of icocr-Mm bail. Don Brown of the intervened a R.wkv Mountain paaa on hi cnrn ten-yard line and toted tire hall for »0 yard to the rUitora' ten-yard line There Rodser McCormWk cnuh d thr line for the remaining dU-tance aix i olnt for the Buildup McCormick aim took a hand-off and ran ot r the nett point and the h »me team 6 7-0
i)BULLDOGS AND CARROLL IN CHAMPIONSHIP GO
Western Defeats Eastern 20-12 Friday Plays Carroll Next
The Western Montana Bulldogs built up an early 20-0 lead over the Eastern Montana Yellowjnckets In Billings. October 30. for their third straight Montana Collegiate Conference victory and a chance for. the championship when they tangle with the Carroll College Saints in Helena on Saturday
The Western Montana Bulldogs entertained a successful 1954-55 basketball season.
Coach Bill Straugh's team finished in a first place tie with the Carroll College Saints in Conference play and third place in the N.A.I.A. elimination tournament in Bozeman.
Western opened its conference play at Helena where they were defeated 73-67 by the Carroll College Saints in a close contest. The Bulldogs then journeyed to Havre to dim the Northern Lights by a score of 71-64.
The first home game was with the Montana School of Mines and the Bulldogs marked up their second conference victory 98-59.
The Bulldogs then entertained Rocky Mountain and set a new scoring record by defeating them 108-68.
Carroll College Saints from Helena invaded Western Montana's gym and proved too much for the Bulldogs and emerged with a 76-67 victory.
The Bulldogs then traveled east and returned home victorious. They defeated Rocky Mountain College of Billings by a score of 76-51 and the next night defeated Eastern Montana College of Education by a score of 79-72.
In the final conference game the Bulldogs proved too much for the Northern Montana College team by defeating them 78-43 and clinched the honor of cochampions of the Conference.
Bulldogs on All-Conference Squad
Casey Keltz and Pat Curran were selected on the first team of the Montana Collegiate All-Conference basketball squad. Bob McLeod received a berth on the second team and Dick Pitman and Bob McGuire received honorable mention on the lineup.
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76 42 ‘M.S.U. Frosh 85 76
f Montana Minos 98 59
73 75 f Rocky Mountain ... ..... 108 68
85 68 M S II Frrxih 77 63
57 70 M.S.U Frosh 66 60
64 68 72 54
70 78 80 62
64 72 67 76
56 74 . 76 51
49 81 79 72
— 53 57 Billings Security Bankers 87 84
61 67 78 43
74 106 58 83
93 77 92 84
— 73 53 TOTALS 2619 2439
50 79 WMCE OPP
81 61 21 15
67 73 8 2
71 64 ‘Home Games
69 51 fConforenco Gamos
79 60 “NAIA Tournament
nd ivic Jua Records
FT TP AVE CONFERENCE G FG FT PF TP AVE
160 446 13.1 Curran 10 47 37 26 130 13.0
60 160 4.9 Anderson 9 17 21 15 55 6.1
53 229 6.7 Scott 10 32 10 11 74 7.4
99 303 8.9 McLeod 10 31 23 27 85 8.5
56 308 9.9 McGuire 8 36 7 12 79 9.9
7 47 2.9 Sullivan 9 11 1 7 23 2.6
15 105 4.0 Puccinelli „. 9 13 8 11 34 3.8
112 330 9.7 Pitman 10 29 24 20 82 8.2
112 382 11.6 Keltz 10 58 29 24 146 14.6
44 142 4.6 Kenney 9 13 9 23 35 3.9
4 14 1.2 McCormick 6 4 2 4 10 1.7
19 81 Others . 12 5 6 29
741 2547 73.1 Totals 303 176 189 782 78.2
672 2439 68.6 Opp 204 217 172 625 62.5
After a poor start of winning 5 of the first 17 games before Christmas, Western won 16 of 19 post-Christmas games.
Tops in shooting percentage, Curran led free throws with 67.2 to Keltz's 67.1, Anderson's 66.7 and McLeod's 66.0. Keltz led field goal percentage with 46.38, McGuire 46.32, Anderson 43.9, and Scott 43.5.
Team FG percentage 39.9.
Team FT percentage 62.1.
1955 VARSITY SQUAD SHARES CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP
Varsity Squad, left to right, first row: B. McLeod. R. Scott. P. Curran, D. Pitman. D. Keltz. Second row: D. Brown, R. McCormick. A. Puccinelli, P. Kenney. B. McGuire, J. Sullivan, L. Anderson.
JUNIOR VARSITY ENJOYS GOOD SEASON
Junior Varsity, left to right, first row: G. Schmardebeck. M. Telin, R. Betz. B. Bissell. R. Romers. Second row: B. Bierrum, J. Basolo, J. Selway, J. Grant, B. DeMarois. J. Doohan.Bob McLeod
A1 Puccinelli, Anaconda, played center and was an excellent man in the pivot position. Al's spirit and hustle were outstanding.
Don Keltz, Belgrade, played guard position. His accurate shooting and passing ability sparked the squad. Don was also a leading scorer.
Bob McGuire, Ennis, a cool, smooth working center was rated among the best. His ability to rebound and tip-in was outstanding.
Dick Pitman, Belgrade, played center and forward. His shooting ability was excellent and his ''do-it-or-die'' spirit was outstanding.
Larry Anderson, Frenchtown, played guard. Larry had unusual faking ability and a keen eye for the basket. His excellent hustling ability also made him a great asset to the squad.
Jim Sullivan, Butte, a transfer from School of Mines, played guard and forward. His skillful ball handling was an asset to the squad.
Pat Kenney, Butte, a transfer from St. Mary's College, played forward and center. His accurate shooting and rebounding ability sparked the squad.
Ray Scott, Plains, played forward. His shooting ability and ball handling were outstanding. Ray rates as a top freshman prospect at Western next year.
Bob McLeod, Havre, played guard. His playmaking, hustle, and shooting ability rate among the best.
Pat Curran, Minneapolis, Minnesota, a former University basketball star, played center and was a top scorer for the squad. His height and ability to play control ball helped pave the way to victory.
Western's J. V. squad played a schedule of 15 games and ended victoriously in eight of these, including an upset win over the State Bobkittens on the night of January 27. Most of the members were freshmen, many of whom showed marked development during the season under the supervision of Dale Tash and Pat Curran. Several will be strong condidates for the varsity another year.
Outstanding performers were Matt Telin, Jack Basolo, Bill Bierrum, Bob DeMarois, Jack Selway, Jim Grant and Doc Romers.
J. V. ball players were Jack Basolo, Matt Telin, Bob DeMarois, Jim Grant, Doc Romers, Jack Selway, Bill Bierrum, Bemie Bissell, Terry Lindquist, Joe Doohan, and Gail Schmardebeck.
(80)Bob McLeod lays in two points against Eastern.
Bob McGuire’s hookshot got against Whitworth.
Larry Anderson drives in for a set-up.PEP BAND PROVIDES INTERMISSION ENTERTAINMENT
Pep Band—loft to right—seated: Sandra Mitchell, Virqinia Nelson, Ted Taft. Lois Turville. Goorg© Tate. Standing: Darlene Dalrymple, Marilyn Iverson. Gayle Lovhaug. Ann Lara-be©, Duano Savall, Sandy Holm. Shirley Kalland, Mr. Mc-Fadden. director.
Pat McDonald performs before a large crowd at half-time of the Westom-Carroll gamo.
Western and Eastom cheer loaders visit durinq the halt.M.C.C. TRACK CHAMPIONS
Left to right—front row: Frank Kibbee. Doc Romers. Bob McLeod. Charles Merriffeid. Back rov : Roger Shaw, Gary Glassey, Don Brown, Jim Hebnes. Ron Kimmel. Max Blodgett.
WMCE'S BASEBALL TEAM
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Left to right—front row: D. Brown. B. McLeod. C. Russell. T. Lindquist. L. Andersen, R. Botz. Back row: D. Pitman. D. Keltz, G. Glassey. R. Shaw, Coach D. Tcsh.Western Wins Fifth Track Title
Paced by Charles Merrifield and Frank Kibbee, the Western Montana Bulldogs won their fifth consecutive Montana Collegiate Conference Track Title last May.
The Western relay team won the mile relay for the seventh straight year in a record breaking time of 3.39:8. The relay team was made up of Merrifield, Kibbee, Hebnes, and Blodgett. The old record was held by Western's 1952 relay team.
Charles Merrifield, showing excellent form, ran himself into a new record in the 220 yard dash. Charlie ran his heat in a sizzling 22.4 seconds.
Charles Merrifield placed first in the 440 yard dash, second in the 220, fourth in the 100, and ran on the winning relay team.
Frank Kibbee placed first in both the 880 and mile runs, tied for third and fourth in the high jump, and ran on the relay.
Bob McLeod placed first in the discus and third in the javelin.
Doc Romers placed first in the shot put and third in the 220 and 100 yard dashes.
Jim Hebnes placed fourth in the 440 yard dash and ran on the record breaking relay.
Max Blodgett won third in the high hurdles and also ran on the winning relay.
Don Brown placed third in the broad jump and tied for third and fourth in the pole vault.
Ron Kimmel won third in the shot put and third in the discus throw.
Gary Glassey placed second in the shot put.
When the scores were totaled up, it gave Western a 55 to 41 win over second place Rocky Mountain. This was regarded as one of Western's best track years.
(85)Western Places Fourth in Baseball
In 1954 the Western Bulldogs ended up in fourth place, although they had a better team than they had the last three or four years.
They opened their season with a victory over the Mines, then lost four to Ricks College, two in Idaho and two here. They then beat the Butte Mines again and lost three to the Bozeman Bobcats.
Entering the four-team play-off, they played their first game with the Rocky Mountain Bears; this saw Western on a short 3-2 score.
Pitcher Russell Betz did a fine job until the end of the seventh inning when Rocky's outfielder smacked a double to drive in two runs. Ball was the winning Rocky Mountain pitcher.
The second game with the Butte Mines saw Western practically rubbed out in an 11-2 game. Pitcher Bob Hoy allowed the Bulldogs only three hits while the Mines team blasted pitcher, Jim Corr, for nine hits, one of these a three-run homer by first baseman, Harvey Hall.
Single Champ Still at Western
May 14, 1954, saw Skip Ankeny and Ron Lee fight point for point for the single tennis championship.
Skip Ankeny had been the holder of this title for the two preceding years.
The first set was won by Ron Lee in a hard-fought battle only to have Skip come back and take the second set. Ron finally edged out Skip in his final effort to regain his crown.
Both boys put on a very hard played show. Skip was handicapped slightly by a bandage over his right eye which did somewhat affect his accuracy. Ron Lee will be back this year to defend his title for himself and Western.
(86)Ron Lee—Winner of the Tennis Singles Montana Collegiate Conference.
Record Breaking relay team — Left to right: C. Merrifield. F. Kibbee. J. Hebnes. M. Blodgett.
Charles Merrifield Robert Rorners Frank Kibbee
THREE INDIVIDUAL WINNERS FOR WESTERN'S CHAMPION TRACK TEAM
(87)W. A. A.
The Women's Athletic Association is an organization which meets regularly every Monday night, and it is open to all of the women students at Western. The main purpose is to allow those interested in sport activities to have a night to relax and play.
Seasonal round-robin tournaments are held each quarter in the team sports of volleyball, basketball, and softball. These teams are composed of women who have indicated a desire to participate and are arranged to give all an equal chance. In addition, other individual activities are arranged to allow outlets for other interests.
Officers are elected each year to carry on the business and functions of the Women's Athletic Association. Other appointive officers are filled by managers of the various activities and these people compose an executive board. These people, with the cooperation of all other members, plan for the annual Freshman Rally, Sadie Hawkins Dance, initiation of new members, Vodvil Skit, and any other affair decided upon by the group.
The big project for this year was the planning and being hostess for the Annual Playday for the women from Eastern Montana College of Education, Montana State College and Montana State University. Ten delegates are sent from each school and two sponsors accompany each group. This is a week end where the four colleges are able to meet, play together, and become acquainted with the other women's organizations in the University system. It is a week end of fun and frolic and also a builder of unity and friendship between these four colleges.
(89)W. A. A. Sport Night
Monday evening, at 7:00, is the time for the weekly W.A.A. major sports night.
During fall quarter the major sport played is volleyball. Teams are appointed by the volleyball sports manager. Each team is headed by a captain. Several practice games are played before the round-robin tournament is begun. The teams play for first, second, third, and fourth positions. The team securing first position is rewarded by having its picture featured in the Chinook.
Winter quarter finds the girls playing basketball. Teams and captains are appointed. The teams have several opportunities to work together before the tournament begins.
Spring and the approaching warm weather produce spring fever for the W.A.A. members, as they do for everyone else. Softball is the major sport played during spring quarter.
Girls, not actively participating in the major sports, are kept active by acting as score keepers, time keepers, umpires, and referees.
(90)W A A
Left to riqht—firs! row: Gay Loveridge, Mrs. Greenfield, sponsor: Martha Van Hellen. Joan McGrath, Sandra Mitchell, Shirley Kalland, Jean Carlson, Darlene Dalrymple, Marilyn Iverson, Gayle Lovhaug, Paulino Lorentzen. Second row: Violet Turner. Bertha Mathison. Pat McDonald, Jeannie Comba, Kay Lloyd, Dixie Robison, Sally Rives, Marlene Savich, Eileene St. Onge, Larry Walker. Third row: Loa Pierce. Gloria Costle, Colleen Ankeny, Moris Eccleston, Dorothy Ann Larson. Anita Blood. Ellen Evonson, Darlene Lovell.
Loft to right—front row: Mrs. Ruth Greenfield, sponsor; Eileene St. Onge, Larry Walker, Dorothy Ann Larson. Darlene Lovell, Anita Blood. Back row: Ellen Evenson. Meris Eccloston, Gay Lovoridge.
Loft to riqht—standing: Marlene Savich, Dorothy Ann Larson, Jeannio Comba, Pat McDonald, Moris Eccleston, Shirley Kalland. Front: Colleen Ankeny.
Relaxing at badminton.WAA BASKETBALL
Left to right: Pauline Lorontzen, Darlene Dalrymple. Marlene Savich. Marilyn Iverson. Joan McGrath. Gayle Lovhaug. Jean Carlson, Martha Van Hollon, Dixie Robison. Ellon Evenson. Eiloene St. Onge.
Softball—one of the major spring sports for women.
iAt Western archery may be taken for credit in physical education or as an activity.
Tennis—activity or credit—it's fun.
Anaconda Copper Mining Company .................................. 118
Diana Hughes 104
Ed Marans______________________________________________________ 104
Emil Marans.................................................. 103
Florsheim Shoe Shop.............................................. 104
Gamer Shoe Store 108
Hotel Finlen__ 105
Hub Clothing Store 105
It Club 103
Keene's Shoes 103
Main Drug...................................................... 103
Metals Bank and Trust Company.................................... 113
Montana Power Company.................................... 117
O'Connor's Typewriter Exchange 104
Post Office News Stand 108
P R Drugs 105
Prudential Federal Savings and Loan Association ................. 114
Taylor Shoes 104
Terminal Food S Drug .......................................... 108
Treasure State Sporting Goods__________________________________ 109
Waters Music Company............................................. 110
Andrus Barber Shop...... 104
Beaverhead Bar Supply------------------------------------------ — 110
Beaverhead Lumber________________________________________________ 111
Big Dipper ---------------------------------------------------- 109
Bond Grocery ................................................. 106
Coast to Coast................................. -............... 106
College Snack Bar 104
D L Jewelry Company 105
Dillon Automobile Dealers Association 115
Dillon Creamery 110
Dillon Feed and Seed 108
Dillon Implement Company 105
Dillon Portrait Studio 119
Electric and Variety Shop 109
Examiner Printing Company......... 108
First National Bank... Ill
Grogan's Groggery 108
Hazel's Style and Beauty Shop . 105
Larson's .......................................................... 107
Lyon's Den 103
J. C. Penney Company 109
McCracken Brothers .................................................. 106
Mitchell's City Drug 106
Mountjoy Flowers and Gifts........................................... 105
Norm's Cash Market 107
Parisian Cleaners.................................................... 106
Professional Directory 101
Red White Laundry and Cleaning Co. 111
Roberta Theater 109
Roberts Food Market ................................................. 112
Skeets Cafe 107
Stamm Jewelers 107
Standard Lumber and Coal Company 113
State Bank and Trust Company ........................................ 120
Vaughn and Ragsdale 108
Warner's Food 108
Western Montana College of Education 100
Western Montana College of Education Residence Halls................ 102
White's Cafe 104
Williams Feed and Machinery...._......------------------------------ 103
Tribune Printing and Supply 116
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI Becktold Company 110
(99)WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
A Four-Year Course
Leading to the degree Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education,
Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education,
A Fifth Year leading to the Master of Science in Education.
A two-year diploma course.
A two-year course in Business Education.
Pre-professional courses in forestry, journalism, law, social work, agriculture, engineering, nursing education, health and physical education, home economics, premedical, pre-dental.
Free placement service for all graduates at all times.
Guidance and Counseling Center.
The Western Montana College of Education is fully accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education and the Northwest Association of Secondary and Higher Schools.
Montana needs more teachers. Western has the facilities to give the youth of Montana this training.
For Further Information Write to THE REGISTRAR
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( 100)Professional Directory
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DENTIST ATTORNEY AT LAW
Phono 114 Dillon. Montana
DR. R. I. ENGLISH A. L. JUERGENS. M.D.
OPTOMETRIST Telephone Building
Above Vaughn-Ragsdalo Phone 680
DR. R. D. CURRY R. W. POUNDSTONE, M.D.
DENTIST PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Phone 335 Dillon, Montana
DR. W. E. MONGER J. W. HILTBRAND, D.C.
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC Phone 575
Phone I31-R 24 South Idaho Street Dillon. Montana
DR. J. C. LINDUSKA W. G. GILBERT, JR.
DENTIST ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Phono 81-J Hazelbaker Building
28 South Idaho Slreet Dillon. Montana
G. L. ROUTLEDGE, M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON DR. H. A. STANCHFIELD
Telephone Block PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Phone 352-W Phone 36-W and 36-1
Both Men and Women
WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
• Parties ... any size
• chicken dinners
• sea food dinners
• phone 651
Va Mile N. of Dillon on Highway 41
Compliments of the
Jane, Walt and Bill ROCKER, MONTANA
Butte's Friendly Department Store
MAIN SsssS DRUG
Reliable Prescription Druggists At Coiner of Park Main Phone 7525
Frank P. Heston. Prop.
KEENE'S SHOE COMPANY
"Butte's Friendly Shoe Store"
43 E. Park St. Phone 2-4849
You Can Always Do Better at
First With New Fashions Easy Credit, of Course BUTTE ANACONDA
WILLIAMS FEED AND MACHINERY CO.
( 103)BUTTE'S MOST EXCITING STORE
48 W. Park
Fine Fashions for Fun, Frolic, or Formal
Success to the Graduates of 1955. Perseverance to the Class of 1956.
The Friendly Eating Place
THE WHITE CAFE
The Man of Distinction Gets His Hair Cut at THE ANDRUS BARBER SHOP The Best Place to Meet Your Campus Friends Is THE COLLEGE SNACK BAR DICK PITMAN, Manager
TAYLOR'S SHOES Shoes for the Entire Family AIR STEPS for Women ROBLEE'S for Men RED GOOSE for Children 39 West Park DIANA HUGHES 56 W. Park Street, Butte Where You Find the Newest and Smartest Items in Ladies Apparel At the Lowest Prices
FLORSHEIM Butte's Style Center in the Center of Butte The Florsheim Shoe Shop 19 W. Park Street Butte, Montana T. I. CHESNA, Manager L. C. SMITH CORONA ROYAL, REMINGTON AND UNDERWOOD Pay as Little as $1.50 a Week O'CONNOR'S TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 129 W. Broadway Phone 4955 BUTTE, MONTANA
( 104 )MOUNTJOY FLOWERS AND GIFTS ★
Phone 137-W DILLON. MONTANA
D AND L JEWELRY
Elgin Hamilton Bulova America's Finest Watches
DICK LATER Your Friendly Jeweler
HAZEL'S Siyle Beauty Shop Compliments of STEUART WATERS Hub Clothing Store YOUR WESTERN STORE 41 E. Park Butt©, Montana Everything for th© Man
P R DRUG 37 W. Park, Butte Montana's Most Complete Cosmetic and Prescription Center Compliments HOTEL FINLEN BUTTE, MONTANA
DILLON Compliments of the
HARDWARE RANCH SUPPLIES LETTER SHOP
Phono 68 BUTTE
( 105)Welcome to All College Students at
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Home of Richer Ice Cream Fountain Service
TOM McGOVERN and LEAH RIFE
BOND GROCERY CO.
Phone 99 FREE DELIVERY
Approved Sanitone Service Quality Service
Free Pickup and Delivery Phone 20
14 North Washington Street
THE MEN'S STORE
"Timely" Suits Dobbs Hats
Florsheim and Freeman Shoes Day's Tailored Slacks Wilson Bros. Furnishings
Dillon's Leading Men's and Boys' Store
M. H. KING CO.
Your 5 and 10 Store Headquarters
It's a Pleasure to Serve You
MITCHELL'S CITY DRUG STORE
Superior Prescription Service Phone 113
WE EXTEND A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL W M C E STUDENTS
WILLIAM MITCHELL. Proprietor
( 106)For a
Good Dinner Come io ...
The Friendly Store CLARK D'EVELYN, Owner
REGISTERED—so you can be sure of its quality.
INSURED—so you will be protected against possible future
May we show you these beautiful, new matched v edding sets?
School Supplies Stationery and Greeting Cards
NORM'S CASH MARKET
One-Half Block From Campus
For Furniture Go to
Congratulations on the progress you havo just made, and may your future be as successful us your relationship has been with us.
Vautflui - (lac idale
WARNER'S FOOD STORE
"The Sign of Good Footwear"
The Best of All, And All of the Best
P. 0. NEWS STAND
43 W. Park Street BUTTE. MONTANA
THE EXAMINER PRINTING CO.
Opposite Depot Phone 55
FOR PRINTING THAT PLEASES PARTICULAR PEOPLE
THE DILLON EXAMINER
Beaverhead County's Leading Newspaper
Most Noted Fishing Spot on the Big Hole River
The TERMINAL FOOD DRUG CENTER
100 W. Park Phone 6548
DILLON FEED SEED CO.
DILLON, MONTANACompliments of Congratulations to
THE TOGGERY W M C E
Mon's and Boys' Shop
117 N. Main Graduates
BUTTE. MONTANA ★ THE
ELECTRIC AND BIG DIPPER
VARIETY SHOP ★
Gifts First Place Winner State Fair 1953
Phone 100 Soft Ice Cream
It Pays Good Movies Always
To Play at the
★ RAWLINGS Athletic Equipment ROBERTA THEATER
TREASURE You Hear It Everywhere! It Pays to Shop
22 East Park Street, Butte
( 109)Your Best Music
Instrument Service DILLON
THE LEN WATERS CREAMERY
MUSIC CO. Wurlitzer Baldwin ★
Pianos and Organs
Radio T.V. Home of
Band Instruments Repairing BEAVERHEAD GOLD
119 N. Main Street Phone 7344 Dairy Products
Covers for the 1955 BEAVERHEAD BAR SUPPLY CO.
CHINOOK Gleed Carpita
by Wholesale Dealers
Carbonated Beverages Tobacco
Schlitz and Great Falls Beer
ST. LOUIS. MISSOURI Phone 108
( } 10)FIRST NATIONAL BANK
We carefully guard the interests of our customers in every possible way. All business transactions in this bank are regarded as strictly confidential.
SERVING THIS COMMUNITY SINCE 1880
Affiliated With Northwest Bancorporation Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Red White Laundry Cleaning Company
DILLON, MONTANA ★
It Pays You to Look Well Groomed
Pick Up and Delivery Phone 135
If It Is Building Material Lumber and Coal
— SEE —
BEAVERHEAD LUMBER CO.
Better Materials Cheaper
Phone 85 DILLON, MONTANARoberts Food Market
Quality Meats and Groceries
Sanitation for Your Protection ★
( 112)Greetings, "Bulldogs" ...
—And best wishes for the future from that friendly bank atop Butte's glittering hill.
Metals Bank Trust Company
Standard Lumber and Coal Company
Fuller Paints Aberdeen and Casllegale Coal
Phone 276 DILLON, MONTANA
( 113)PRUDENTIAL FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
49 North Main, Butte
3% Paid on Insured Savings Accounts
Insured by an Agency of the Federal Government
up to $10,000.00
QUALITY FIRST -
Geo. M. Gosman
The Rexall Store
( 114)DILLON AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION
Devoied to the Interest of Safe Driving Sales-Service NEW AND USED CARS
Berger Cochrane Motors
College Motor Co.
Davis Motor Co.
J. W. Walters Garage
Ben Redd Chevrolet Co.
(Cadillac, Olds, Chevrolet)
Montana Auto Sales
RUBBER STAMP SERVICE
Office Furniture and Supplies
By combining the best in materials with careful and expert workmanship, we produce outstanding school annuals. Samples are always available and we invite comparison.
Tribune Printing Supply Co.
GREAT FALLS, MONTANA
(116)A BRIGHT FUTURE AWAITS US
Whether we are conscious of it or not, life is becoming easier . . . considering the amount of physical drudgery that machines do for us today. When we are able to do a job easier and quicker, we can turn our attention to other tasks. That's the way progress is made.
Electricity—only 75 years old, practically speaking—has done much to lighten our burdens. Today in Montana the average resident is using three times as much electrical energy as he did a decade ago. We will continue to use more and more in the future, freeing our hands and our minds for greater accomplishments.
In Montana electricity is doubly enjoyable—it's abundant and cheap . . . 13.4 per cent under the national average.
THE MONTANA POWER COMPANY
Superior Service for 42 Years
( 117)KNOW MONTANA
The Treasure State's First Schools
Montana education may be regarded as having its birth in the Bitter Root Valley, the valley of many historical firsts.
Schooling had its beginning in what became this state with the establishment of the St. Mary's Mission in that valley in 1841, first in the secular teaching of the Catholic priests and then in the school set up by Major John Owen, when he took over the Mission in 1850, and established it as a trading post. The school at this fort was for the Indian as well as the white.
The first vocational classes, if we can call them such, were taught by the Catholic missionaries in 1846 at St. Mary's when a grist mill and sawmill were built, the first in Montana. They taught carpentry and blacksmithing to the Indians.
In 1863 a boarding school was established at St Ignatius Mission in the Flathead country. It had been founded in 1854. There, too, from 1864 on, vocations were taught the Indians.
The first public school as such was opened December 12, 1864, in Virginia City, but prior to that time a school, supported by the public subscription of gold dust, was established in 1863 in Bannack.
With the opening of the Virginia City school the first school district was formally organized to launch the public school system in Montana.
ANACONDA COPPER MINING CO.
( 118)PRECIOUS MILESTONES BELONG IN PORTRAITS
Keep a Memory of Your Great Days Fresh for Years in Pictures And Be Sure the Portrait Is Worthy of the Occasion.
Entrust Its Making to the Skill and Conscientious Care of Our Studio.
Dillon Portrait Studio
4 North Washington Phone 196-J DILLON, MONTANA
(119)State Bank and Trust Company
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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