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THE JUNIOR CLASS
VOLUME FIFTY - TWO
WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION DILLON, MONTANAFOREWORD
With satellites, atomic-powered cities, and world unrest, the teachers of America play an important role in the modern world. Without the knowledge transmitted to the students by teachers, the future would hold many insecurities. Democracy would fade and intellectual awakening would be non-existent. The future depends upon us, the teachers who pass on to the younger generation the Torch of Knowledge which will expand the horizons of the world.
The twentieth century has accepted the slogan "Education Like Freedom is Everyone's Job." May you who are entering teaching find this slogan a challenge in your profession. In the years to come you will find in the 1960 Chinook a record of the activities which helped you to prepare for that profession.DEDICATION
DALE R. TASH
Those of us who have attended Western will remember studying under him. We will remember his high standards, his jokes, his understanding and cooperation, his friendly smile, and above all his sincere interest in the students. All who enter the field of education will realize they have greatly benefited by association with him.
In recognition of his contribution to the students of Western Montana College of Education and with the wish that his future years be filled with continued success and all of the joys of life, we dedicate the 1960 Chinook to Professor Dale R. Tash.
Center of Campus Life
Davis Hall (left) Jordan HallPRESIDENT'S
As the todays become yesterdays and the tomorrows in succession become today and then yesterday, this Chinook will provide an anchor-point, a benchmark of an important formative year.
As the years go by and you look back on the events as recorded, you will come to realize that these times and these events were not as hectic as they once seemed. You will be amazed at how calm and well-ordered these events were in contrast with events, current as you read and reminisce.
JAMES E. SHORTSTUDENT COUNCIL
Loft to right, sitting: Ron Pfau, Horman Tushaus, Dr. Short, Lou Underwood, Cal Wearley—Standing: Larry Varland, Jack Gillospio.
The Student Council is the nucleus of student-sponsored activity at Western, for this organization, composed of the four class presidents, the student body secretary-treasurer, the student body president, and the college president, ex-officio. is solely concerned with the well-being of all students on campus. Perhaps the most important activities sponsored by the Council this year were Homecoming, special dances, weekend movies, and Vodvil.
STUDENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE: STUDENT UNION BOARD
Loft to right, sitting: Horman Tushaus. Mr. Cyphor, Miss Mathews, Lou Underwood, Cal Wearloy. Dr. Foathors—Standing: Mr. McCormick. Larry Varland. Ron Pfau—Not pictured: Jim Scalf.
The Student Affairs Committee and the Student Union Board are unique in both purpose and composition, for no other committee or organization on campus combines faculty and student members on a basis of equal representation in working with the affairs of the students. These two committees provide, through disbursement of the student fund, entertainment and enrichment for the student body. Also, four subsidiary committees are employed for the purpose of furthering the above objectives. These committees are as follows: House and Hospitality. Social and Dance, Games and Recreation, Cultural.
Left lo right, silting, Mary Jo Zilla, Diane Wolfe, Myrle Enman, Lou Underwood, Marianne Lalondo, Bill Gillin, and Horir.an Tushaus Standing: Miss Albertson, Carol Martin, and Pete Scott.
1960 CHINOOK PRESENTED BY:
CO-EDITORS..... Myrle Enman, Lou Underwood
ASSOCIATE EDITORS Bill Gillin, Carol Martin,
ASSISTANT EDITORS ... Diane Wolfe, Jo Zilla
ART EDITORS...... Marlene Carbis,
Herman Tushaus, Lou Underwood
BUSINESS MANAGERS ..................... Agnes Rebish,
Janice Ruegsegger, Louis Vicevich
ORGANIZATION EDITOR...... Georgeann Sullivan
ATHLETIC EDITORS............... James Albro,
Pete Scott, Dean Whitesitt
PRESIDENT OF JUNIOR CLASS ..Herman Tushaus
SPONSORS Genevieve Albertson
Left to right, sitting: Jim Albro, Dean V hitesitt, Marlene Carbis, Agnes Pebish, and Janice Ruogsegger— Standing: Georgeann Sullivan, Miss McManus, and Louis Vicovich.
(9)STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Left to right: Mrs. F. H. Petro, Claronco Popham, George Lund, Monsignor Emmet J. Riley, Governor J. Hugo Aronson, Miss Harriet Miller. Dr. Earl Hall, Mrs. George Chambers, and Boynton G. Paige. Mr. Merritt Warden and Attorney General Forrest H. Anderson were not prosont at the time the picture was taken. Mr. E. A. Dye, appointed by Governor Aronson at the expiration of Mr. Popham's term, is not pictured.
LOCAL BOARD MEETS WITH DR. SHORT
Professor of English B.A.. Montana State Univorsity; M.A., Columbia University; Graduate Study. University of Washington, University of London.
Stella G. Biorrum
Assistant Professor in Industrial Arts B.S., M.S., Montana State Collogo.
John R. Cumming
Assoc. Profossor of Education B.B.A., Univorsity of Minnesota; M. Ed., Ph. D., University of Washington.
Edward A. Cobull
Assoc. Profossor of English B.E., Western Montana College of Education; M.A., Montana State Univorsity; Graduate Study, Univorsity of California.
Stella G. Biorrum
Instructor in Fino Arts B.S., University of Minnesota; Graduate Study, University of Minnesota. Art Institute of Chicago, Art Institute of St. Paul.
College Nurse R.N., Montana Deaconess Hospital.
Assoc. Profossor Education, Diroctor of Correspondence Study and Placement B.S.. Nebraska State Toach-ers College; M.A., Colorado State College of Education; Graduate Study, Montana State College.
Doan of Education, Director of Summer School B.S., State Teachers Collogo, Superior, Wisconsin; M.S., California Institute of Technology; M.A., Ph. D., Univorsity of Minnesota.
Edward A. Cobull
John R. Cumming
(12)Torrance R. Cypher
Gert L. Daniels
Stanley R. Davison
Assistant Professor in Social Studies B.A., M.A., Montana State University; Ph.D., University of California, BorkoJoy.
Mary B. Emerick
Professor of Fine Art B.A., University of Washington; M.A., Columbia University; Graduate Study, Chouinard Institute of Art, University of California at Los Angeles, University of Southorn California.
Assistant Professor of Education B.A., Willamotte Univor sity; M.S., Ph.D., Univorsily of Washington.
Secretary to the President
Terrance R. Cypher
Instructor in Mathematics B.S., M.S., Montana State College.
Gert L. Daniels
Associate Profossor of Biological Science B.A., M.A., Univorsily of Texas; Ed.D., Columbia University.
Stanley R. Davison Mary B. Emerick
John C. Garry
John C. Garry
Assistant Professor of Business Education B.B.A., B.S., M.A., University of Minnesota; Graduate Study, University of North Dakota.
Librarian B.A., B.S. in Library Science. University of Washington.
Brinton ]ack on
Assistant Professor of Music Montana State University; Graduate Study, Northwestern Univ., Columbia Univeisity.
Ashford B. Kelloy
Mary Louiso Louis
Asst, to Business Manager
Ashford B. Kelley
Assistant Professor of Music B.F.A., Nebraska State Toachors College; M.M., Northwestern Univ.; Graduate Study, University of No-vada, Chico Stato Toachors College.
Instructor in Physical Education B.S., Montana Stato College.
Assistant Professor in Homo Economics B.A., Bronau College; M.A., Colorado Stato College of Education; Graduato Study, Traphagon School of Dross and Design.
Associato Professor of Education B.S. Ed., Kirksville State Teachers College; M.Ed., Montana Stato Univorsity; Graduate Study, Oregon State College.
Mary Louise Louis
Instructor in Education B.S., B.A., Southeast Missouri Stato College; M.A., George Peabody College.
Instructor in English, Foroign Languaqe B.A., Graduato Study, University of California; Middle bury School of Languages.
Prolossor of Music A.A.M., Dana Musical In-stituto; Giaduato, Institute of Musical Art of the Jutl hard School, New York; M.M., Amorican Conservatory of Music, Chicago.
Dean of Men; Instructor in Physical Education. Football Coach
3.A., M.E.. Montana State College.
Assistant Business Manager Liverpool Institute; Skorry's College, Liverpool, England.
B.E., Westorn Montana College of Education; M.A., University of Washington.
Secretary. Placement and Correspondence Servicos
Business Manager, Doan of Women
(15)Ira Lea Orr
Assistant to tho Librarian
Paul O. Picton
Associate Professor of Social Studies B.S., Western Montana Col lege of Education; M.A., Montana State University; Graduate Study, University of Colorado, Montana Stato College.
Instructor in Women's Physical Education B.A., Montana State University; Graduate Study. Baruch School of Physical Therapy. Medical College of Vu-ginta.
loo C. Ryburn
Iva Lea Orr
Paul O. Picton
Registrar B.A., Stale Teachers College, Dickinson, North Dakota; M.A., Montana State University.
Joo C. Ryburn
Asst. Profossor of English B.E., Western Montana College of Education; Graduato Study, University of Washington, University of Denver.
Associate Professor of Physical Scienco B.S., M.S.. Graduato, Study Montana State Collego. William Straugh
Prof, of Physical Education Athletic Director B.E., Western Montana Col lege of Education; M.A.. Montana State University.-Graduate Study, University of California, University of Montana.
Assoc. Professor of Education B.A., Intormountain Union College; M.A., Columbia University; Graduate Study, University of Montana, Colorado State College.
( 16)SENl KGRADUATE DIVISION
Mildred C. Cummings
Thomas William Miller Albert Gideon Oursland
Corvallis. Montana Libby, Montana
MASTER'S DEGREE I960
WORKING ON THE MASTER'S DEGREE
Earl James Holman
(18)CLASS OF 1960
Majors: Elementary Education Social Science Minors: English General Science
Dietrich. Idaho Major: Physical Education Minor: English
Major: Social Scienco Minor: Mathematics
Major: Elementary Education Minor: Social Studies
Livingston Major: Industrial Arts Minors: Physical Education Social Science
Charles K. Fox
Major: English Minors: General Science Special Education
Santa Monica. California Major: Mathematics Minor: Physical Education
Linton, North Dakota Major: Elemontary Education Minors: English. Music
Major: Elementary Education Minor: Art
(19)CLASS OF 1960
Anaconda Major: Business Minor: Social Science
Livingston Major: Elementary Education Minor: Social Science
Lura Nolle Hankins
Whitefish Major: Elementary Education Minor: English (20)
Harlowton Major: Social Science Minor: Physical Education
Drummond Four Minors: Elementary Education. Social Science, English, Business
Lewistown Major: Mathematics Minor: Physical Scionce
Major: Social Science Minor: English
Hamilton Majors: English Social Science
Major: Elementary Education Minors: English Social ScienceAnita Hopcus
Major: Elementary Education Minor: Physical Education
Mary Jane Kerlee
Major: Elementary Education Minor: Social Science
Major: Social Science Minors: English Physical Education
Majors: Elementary Education General Science
Major: Elementary Education Minor: Social Science
Minor: Physical Education
CLASS OF 1960
Major: Industrial Arts Minor: Business
Major: Elemontary Education Minor: Social Scionco
Major: Social Science Minor: Physical Education
(21)CLASS OF 1960
Major: Physical Education Minors: General Science Social Science
Major: Social Science Minor: Physical Education
Major: Elementary Education Minor: Art
Major: Elomontary Education Minor: English
Roundup Major: Mathematics Minors: Industrial Arts Physical Education
Sunburst Major: Elementary Education Minors: Social Science. Art
John Geary Moran
Minor: Physical Education
Livingston Major: Physical Education Minor: Social Science
Major: Industrial Arts Minors: Art, Gonoral Scionce
Reed Point Major: Elemontary Education Minor: Social Science
Fort Benton Major: Mathematics Minor: General Science
Stevensvillo Majors: Physical Education Social Science
Butte Major: English Minor: Spanish
CLASS OF 1960
Major: Elementary Education Minors: English Social Science
Major: Elementary Education Minor: Social Science
Butte Major: Business Minor: General Science
Fort Benton Major: Physical Education Minors: Business Social Science
Minor: Physical Education
(23)CLASS OF I960
Corvallis Majors: Physical Education Social Science
Major: Elementary Education Minors: Art. Social Science
Major: Social Science Minors: Physical Education General Scienco
Major: Elementary Education Minor: English
Rexburg Major: Elementary Education Minor: English
Butte Majors: English Social Science Minor: Physical Education
Dillon Major: English Minors: Business Social Science
Augusta Major: General Science Minor: Mathematics
(24)CLASS OF 1961
Ethel H. Adkins
Theodore L. Boyd
Philip G. Chriswell
James L. Albro
Marlene M. Carbis
Gerald E. Claussen
James A. Barber
Harry M. Casey
Bob A. Cleverly
Patricia A. Blaisdoll
Merlo D. Casey
Myrle M. Enman
(26)CLASS OF 1961
Charles K. Fox
James W. Kimball
Russell J. Fisk
LaVern N. Frantzich
Glenn W. GUlin
Bonnie M. Hampton
Dan C. Kinq
Glen D. Harper
Dianne P. Fuller
Gary C. Hannon
John J. Kolesar
CLASS OF 19B1
James L. Koof
Janot L. Jones
Marlene A. Lundell
John J. Malmo
John F. Lyons
Carol E. Martin
Jerusalem. JordanCLASS OF 1981
James E. Miller
Darrell G. Moskimen
John R. Powers
Margarot C. Reeves
Darold G. Rollman
Agnes A. Rebish
Phyllis M. Robinson
(29)Walter R. Searcy
Mitzi M. Stroup
Jerry H. Selvig
Florence B. Stine
Sam C. Sharp
Los Molinos, California
Walter F. Smith
Donald R. Sutherland
Larry J. Shimmin
June K. Stromberg
(30)CLASS OF 1961
Charles J. Topley
Betty L. Thiel
Harold D. Whitesitt
Margaret Ann Wolle
Herman J. Tushaus
Mary Jo Zilla
(31)"A Thing of Beauty is a Joy Forever"
32 )Karen Anderson
Keith Armstrong Verla Bauer
Great Falls Missoula
CLASS OF 1962
Mary Ellon Bouma
Fern B. Brooks
Stanley D. Campbell
Plains Butte Whitehall
CLASS OF 1962
L f ■ V m
John I. Donnohy
Merlo F. DeVoe
Louise M. Downing
Larry L. Dunlap
John D. Egeland
Betty L. Hinton
lo C. Garrison
Mary M. Hancock
CLASS OF 1962
John A. Holtet
Allan M. Hopper
(36)Virginia A. Hopper
Richard L. Hull
Rosie V. Hunt
CLASS OF 1962
Judith A. Larson
Robert C. Larson
Gary E. Ivins
Donna R. Lehman
(37)Alice M. Lehner
Mary C. Maricich
Kenneth L. McLoan
Catherine M. Mihclic
CLASS OF 1962
White Sulphur Springs
Rena E. Offutt
James E. Opie
Caryl A. Nordquist
CLASS OF 1962
Ena V. Palacios
Cecil J. Ranney
Shirloy R. Rasmussen
(39)Warren B. Richwine
Daniel J. Rosa
Sharon E. Roso
Richard I. Stoadman
Mary Kay Straugh
Shirley A. Sahinen
loan H. Trott
CLASS OF 1962
Mary Ellen West
Charlotte N. Williams
Kenneth R. Williams
John J. Whitman
(41)Davis Hall has the ever-popular TV.
Yes. you guessed it! These boys in Davis Hall are watching TV.
(42)Bill Anderson Rodney Andersen Dick Applegate Jeri Lou Armstrong Sandra Armstrong
Livingston Livingston Dillon Pendroy Darby
Junclla R. Becker
Edna A. Bell
Robert E. Bennett
Karen A. Bcrgum
Ann E. Bieri
(44)LcRoy W. Blixt Larry L. Boag Patrick C. Boyd Clair D. Bradshaw Dawn L. Brandbo
Hot Springs Three Forks Butte Drummond Hamilton
Howard M. Carbis
Sydna J. Cherry Helen Jean Chinn Keith Christman
Lima Willow Creek Butte
John C. Connelly
Judy G. Cowdry
Pat C. Delger Willard D. Duko Jane Duncan Patricia F. Dunn Raymond Egedahl
Townsend White Sulphur Springs Dillon Los Angeles, California Butte
John J. Erdio
James L. Favero
Jim Giles Jack C. Gillespie Linda G. Gravely Sharon K. Grimos Robert E. Green
Dillon Helena Townsend Helena 3utte
(47)Judy F. Groenheck
Georgia A. Harris
Duane D. Hartman
Sharon L. Herzog
Rita K. Holm
Francos E. Horner
Marlene R. Hodgo
Ronald Hughes Lauretta S. Hutchens Judith A. Huth
Anaconda Whitefish Townsend
Duane J. Irwin
(48)Diann J. Jones
White Sulphur Springs
Bernard L. Jones
David A. Lake James G. Larson Joan M. Lindquist La"Y I» Love AIa« D- Lundborg
Helena Stevensville Poplar Ennis Townsend
Carol L. Marlineau
Dorothy M. McBride
Charles F. McCarthy
Dick Menti Sharon F. Michael Don Milos Martha Miller Donna C. Mooro
Great Falls Kirby Butte Dillon Sheridan
(SO)JoAnn L. Mooro
Sheila M. Mulvihlll
Gloria J. Nelson
Duane E. Paige
Linda L. Park
Marilyn J. Parsons
(51)John C. Passmore
Mary C. Paullin
Roberta R. Perusich Jerry D. Petersen
Stephen F. Richards
Jeanette S. Rogers
Phyllis C. Rothe
Beverly J. Saunders
(52)Arlio A. Schwartz Ward L. Scofiicld
Larry A. Scovel
Janet M. Skelly
White Sulphur Springs
George W. Stephens
Joan M. Sullivan
Tym M. Stocks
John E. Sullivan
Ray Sundling Marvin R. Taber Joanne E. Talcott Joyce M. Terry Ellis O. Thompson F
Livingston Ronan Twin Bridges Big Sandy Ennis
Joye E. Van Gilder
Norma J. Vaughn
Gabriel Wada Gary A- Wenzel Frank J. Wenzel Richard E. West Sandra L. White
Throo Forks Butte Valier Livingston Darby
(54)Janet L. Wolfgang
Punxsutav noy, Penn.
Verna L. Yost
Baldwin Park. Cahf.
Six Wostorn seniors wore olectod to "Who's V ho Among Students in Amor icon Universities and Colleges." They wore chosen on the basis of scholarship, personality, extra-curricular participation, and promise of future success.
Jack Dunlap, a four-year lottermcn in football, had tho distinction of being chosen as first string guard on tho Montana Collegiate Conforonco All-Conference team of 1958. He was also co-captain of tho 1959-60 football team. This is Jack's fourth yoar as a guard for tho V ostorn Bulldogs basketball team. Ho also participates in shot put and discus ovonts during track season, is president of the "M" Club this year, and was a member of the 1959 Chinook staff. If Jack letters again in baskotball and track, ho will bo the first one in several years to roceivo 12 athletic letters at Western.
Ed House has been consistently an honor roll student, whilo being active in school activities. Ed received the "Honor Scholarship" from the Gamma Zota Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa, and also received the Elks Scholarship his freshman yoar. Ho is president of Intervarsity, and has boon a member for throo yoars, participated in chorus and men's quartette, and was president of Music Club in 1958. Ed placod second in tho Montana Collegiate Conference Tonnis Tournament in 1959, making his debut In sports. This year ho is vice president of SEA and will bo trying for first placo in tho tonnis tournamont in tho spring of 1960.
Geno McKoovor has a major in physical education and minors in science and social studies. Gone, a transfer from Montana State College, has earned honors on tho football field as well as in tho classroom. He is a member of the “M" Club and has beon on the honor roll ovory quarter. He has worked as a lab assistant for Dr. Gort Daniols and plans to teach science and coach athletics in a secondary school.
Jeanne Merica, who has a major in Elomontary Education and a minor in English, has actively participated in several of the clubs and functions hero at Western. Her freshman and sophomoro yoars sho was activo in KZN, SEA, and Rodeo Club, and in her sophomore year she was prosidont of KZN. During her junior year sho was troasurer of SEA, associate editor of the Chinook, member of Women's House Council and of tho Studont Union Board, and this year is secretary-treasurer of tho senior class.
In addition to maintain.ng an outstanding scholastic record, Roy Parrott is active in extra-curricular activities. A mombor of Gargoyles, he has played important rolos in several plays. Thi3 year he was prosidont of tho Gargoyle Club, vice prosidont of the Industrial Arts Club, and treasurer of tho Art Club. Last year he was president of the Art Club.
Larry Varland is a campus leader, a fino athloto, and a good studont. Ho lottorod 4 years in football, participated in basketball his froshman year, and has lettered 3 yoars in track, establishing 2 fino records and helping Western' rolay team break many records. In hi3 sophomoro yoar he participated in tho NAIA track moot in San Diogo. Ho has boen a membor of tho "M" Club for four years. Larry was sophomoro class vice prosidont, junior and senior class prosidont, member of the Studont Council for the past 2 years, a membor of the 1959 Chinook staff and of the Student Affairs Committee.
(58)WOMEN'S HOUSE COUNCIL
First row. Jolt to tight, seated: Joleno Bilant; Pat Blaisdell; Miss Mathews, sponsor; Sally Webb; Ena Palacios; Jeanne Merica, Ronda Brown; Sharon Rose. Socond row, loft to right, standing: Carol Long; Collette Lay-ton; Edna Bell; Martha Miller; Jeri Lou Armstrong.
The Women's House Council organizes social activities to be held during tho year in the Residence Hall. New members are selected each year to work with members returning from the previous year. The House Council members serve as representatives of all Residence Hall women.
The annual Christmas activities. Pixie Week, Halloween activities, and other house parties are planned by the group.
KAPPA ZETA NU
Seated, loft to right: Bronda Ec-closton, Collotto Layton, Mari-anno Lalondo, and Phyllis Robinson.
Socond row: Lorna Wearley.
Sandy Martinson, Jolono Bilant. Jeanno Morica, Diano Wolf©, Donalda Jacobson. Mary Ellon West, and Lou Underwood. Last row: Donna Robertson,
Donna Lehman, Karon Anderson. Gladys Norris. Lois Woist, Myrle Enman, Ena Palacios, Janot Jonos, Mrs. Greenwood, Miss Georgia Mathews, and Mrs. Parrett.
Kappa Zeta Nu. Western's only sorority and the oldost organization on campus, was founded in the year 1907.
The annual activities sponsored by KZN include initiation of sophomore girls, tho winter formal, and the initiation of freshmen girls in the spring, including a spring banquet. The theme for this year's formal, which was held in February, v as Moonlight and Roses.
Alternating business and social meetings are held twice a month.
This year's officers are Phyllis Robinson, president; Marianne Lalonde, vice president; Collette Layton, secretary; Brenda Ecclostcn. treasurer; and Miss Mathews, Mrs. Grconwood, and Mrs. Parrett, sponsors.
Left Jo riqht: Norma Nye, Russell Morrison, Don Rosencrcns, Larry Shimmin, Marlene Carbis, Harry Casey, Harriot Slovens, Roy Parrett, Arlene Bajovich, Jean Sturdevant.
Colorful Yule Legs for Wostorn's students.
(60)THE ART CLUB
The Art Club is a creative organization on the campus. The primary aims of the club are to give artistic students of the school an opportunity to work together and use their talents for the advantage of the whole group.
A gift shop, maintained by the members, is the primary means of obtaining the funds for operation of the club. This year members made yule logs and wreaths and sold stationery, Bulldog pins, and cards.
Outstanding events of the year included the fortune telling booth at the winter carnival; the snow sculpture; and the mosaic project. Miss Blanche McManus was guest speaker at the meeting at Mrs. Emerick's home in February.
The Art Club is under the sponsorship of Mrs. Emerick. Officers for the 1959-60 year were Norma Nye, president; Harry Casey, vice president; Jean Sturdevant, secretary; and Bud Parrett, treasurer.
Loft fo right: A. Bajovich, R. Morrison, D. Rosoncrans, H. Casoy, N. Nye.
PENGUINS VISIT WESTERN
A large crowd gathered near the “M” of the Western Montana College campus . . . motorists stopped along the highway . . . what was all the commotion at Western? Could this actually be Dillon, Montana? ... for there sat three unexcited penguins!
Penguins? Penguins! Penguins are short-legged, aquatic birds of the Southern Hemisphere. As anyone knows, this geographical description does not describe the location of Western Montana College of Education.
Of course, you saw these strange birds and wondered: "Where did they come from?” "How did they get to Montana?”
These lifelike birds were snow-sculptured by Western’s creative organization, the Art Club. The original design and idea for the snow-sculpture was brought to the group by Norma Nye as a result of suggestions from some of the other members. Members working on the figures were Russell Morrison. Norma Nye, Don Rosencrans. Harry Casey, and Arlene Bajovich.
Kappa Pi. a national fin© arts honorary fraternity, was organized in 1911. Tho main purpose of the club is to promote an active and deep interest in art work, by both practice and study.
Omicron Chapter was organized at Western in June. 1937, and is yet the only charter chapter in Montana.
Officors of Omicron Chapter for 1959-60 are Vera Schulz, president; Jane Jumper, vice president; Roy Parrett, secretary; and Norma Nyo, treasurer.
Loft to right: Rayburn Thompson, Donna Wudol, Kolloy Christensen, Mrs. Emerick, Bud Parrott, Norma Nyo. Jano jumpor, Vora Schultz.
ART CLUB UNVEILS THE FUTURE
Lelt to right: Norma Nyo, Harriot Stophons, Jean Sturdovant, Arlene Bajovich, Don Rosoncrans, Harry Casoy, Bud Parrott, Russell Morrison.
Front row, loft to right: Anna Belle Friend. Mary Hancock, Gloria Nelson. Diann Jones, Joyce McKenzie, Sharon Nankorvis, Eileen Connelly, Catherine Mihollc, Sandy Broadbent, Gaylo Munson, Verla Bauer, Donna Moore. Alice Cury, Vorlo Boetticher, ar.d Shirley Sahmen, Mr. McFaddon, accompanist.
Second row: Sariann Crowloy. Jean Lindquist, Carol Martin, Rita Holm. Mary Maricich, Louiso Downing, Ann Foreman, Peg Roovos, Suo Schrador, Judy Green-heck, Mary Bouma, JoAnn Feeney, Sharon Grimes, Lois Micholotti, Karen Borgum, Joanne Talcott, Jean Sturdovant, and Mr. Jackson, director.
Last row: Fred Laird, Keith Christman. Horman Tushaus, Don Rcsencrans, Konneth McLean, Don Nau, Gary Lacey, Walter Poregoy, Russell Morrison, Ray Phillips, and Wally Soarcy.
The chorus appeared at Baccalaureate, Commencement, and a spring concert.
Sections from Mozart's Roquiem Mass; a group of Negro spirituals; "Go Forward, Ye Nations" by Jean Sibelius; and "Como. Christians. Join to Sing Alleluia." done v ith tho band, wero works presented spring quarter.
Selections from "The Music Man." "No Man Is an Island." and "Know Do Lord," a Negro spiritual, were presented for tho Faculty Women's Club in January.
Mr. Jackson directed the group. Mr. McFadden was the accompanist, and Russell Morrison was librarian.
WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE CONCERT BAND
Loft to right:
Clarinots: Carol Martin. Joan Lindquist, Mary Paullin, Koith Christman, Shirloy Rasmussen.
Flute: Lois Smith.
Saxophones: Jolene Bilant, Fred Laird, Joyce Terry, Judy Greenheck, Helen Chinn. Chuck Connelly.
Trumpets: Russell Morrison, Ed Gleason. Kenneth McLean, Vic Wostorgard, Gary Lacey.
Trombones: Gaylo Munson. Alice Curdy, Ray Phillips, Wally Searcy.
Horns: Gladys Norris. Walter Poregoy. Baritone: Carol Long.
Basses: Jim Opie, Gary McLees.
String Bass: Connie Clark.
Percussion: Lavon Childs, Ann Foreman.
Western’s concert band completed a successful second year in 1959-60.
Two assembly programs, one for the college and the other for Beaverhead County High School, were presented during the winter quarter. The programs consisted of light and popular music. Vic Westergard was trumpet soloist in Leroy Anderson's "Trumpeter's Lullaby."
A spring concert of various types of music was presented in May.
This year's band was under the direction of Mr. Ashford Kelley. Ray Phillips, student director, assisted him. Fred Laird was manager of the band and Carol Martin. Librarian.
Director: Ashford Kolley.
Absent when picture was taken wore Cliff Ayers, Eleanor Pilon, Arne Pedersen, Joe Hughes.
Loft to right: Mary Hancock. Mary Dion Bouma. Carol Long. Gwen Crum. Gaylo Munson, and Sue Schrador.
Tho Molodottos sang at various church services in Dillon during the school year. They also provided special vocal music for other organizations and functions, including Intervarsity and the Dillon Shakespeare Club. This group has added much in bringing Western to the front.
FRESHMAN GIRLS' ENSEMBLE
Loft to right: Ann Foroman, Jean Lindquist. Joyce McKenzie, Diann Jonos, Gloria Nelson, Sharon Grimos, Karon Borgum, and Judy Groonhock, accompamst.
The Freshman Girls' Ensemble performed for many campus organizations during spring quarter.
Loft to right: Gary Lacey, Carol Marlin, and Ray Phillips.
This group performed many times during the year. Performances have included music for the Dillon Kiwanis, Rotary, Ski Club, and Western's Faculty Women's Club. Most of their selections havo been taken from Sigmund Romberg's operettas.
Russell Morrison, Waltor Percgoy. Kennoth McLean, Frod Laird, and Gary Lacey, accompanist.
This group was active during tho spring quarter, singing for many church services in Dillon.
Left to right: Don Nau, Ray Phillips, Don Rosencrans, Wally Soarcy, and Gary Lacey, accompanist.GARGOYLES
Le.« .O "....—»" ---------- owning, cua Harrett. tfonna RoboiSson, Georgeann Sullivan
Standing: Mr. Ryburn. Kevin Murphy. Larry Boag. Bill Grllln. Gary Lacey. Ann Foreman, Sharon Rose Verna Yost.
SCENE FROM "HOWIE"—FALL QUARTER I960
"NYMPH HAIR SPRAY PRESENTS 'DOLLARS FOR SCHOLARS' "
(66)GARGOYLES PRESENT "Teahouse of the August Moon
ARTISTIC SETS DELIGHT THE AUDIENCE
THE COLONEL, BILL GILLIN, REPRIMANDS THE PSYCHOLOGIST, BUD PARRETT
(67)"THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES"
PRESENTED BY THE CHILDREN'S THEATER
Tho Gargoyle Club of Western was founded to stimulate participation in all phases of dramatics. Plays of high caliber are produced to give a challenge to tho collogo student. Members of the Gargoyles establish the honor society. Order of the Jowolod Masque, as their goal. Joyce Fresoman and Dale Dean were initiated into the socioty last year.
Tho Gargoyle production last summer v as "The Toahouso of the August Moon." This throe-act comedy was one of the best productions soon on Western's campus.
A light comedy, "Howie," was the production for fall quarter. The cast included Helen Wheat, Bill Gillin, Verna Yost, Sharon Rose, Larry Bcag, Dan Alley, Steve Shugrue, Ann Foreman, Gary Lacoy, Marshall Thompson, Joyce McKenzie, Ray Phillips, Russell Morrison, Bud Parrett, Georgiana Vucasovich, and Arne Pedersen.
Seated, loft to right: Marianne Lalonde, Miss Dorothy Golhaus, Mary Ellen Wash and Lois Smith. Standing, left to right: Dr. Stanley Davison, Mr. Edward Cebull, and Dr. John Cumming.
Largest Student Organization on Campus.
Student Education Association, Western's professional organization, is called the Sheldon E. Davis Chapter in honor of Dr. Davis, President Emeritus.
SEA gives prospective teachers the opportunity to participate in MEA and NEA activities. Each member receives the MEA and NEA magazines and has an opportunity to become a studont member of the state and national organizations.
Officers of the organization for the 1959-60 term includo Bill Tarrant, president; Edwin House, vice president; Sandra Martinsen, secretary; and Joleno Bilant, treasurer. Sponsors for the group are Mr. Kneeland and Mr. Walker.
Among SEA activities carried on this year have been panel discussions, lectures by guest speakors. Homecoming float, radio publicity of school activities, and formation of an executive committee branching into the Future Teachers of Amerca.
This year active members in SEA receive a credit in education. A point system has boon worked out with points given for attending and participating in SEA. A letter is now earned in SEA when an individual recoives the required number of points.
First row: Angie Wolio, Kathryn Duncan, Ruth LoRoux, Gladys Norris, Cathorino Miholic, Shoila Mulvihill, Margo Ward, Dorothy Gatos, Sharon Batani, Joyce Mc-Konzio, Margio Wolfe, Agnes Roblsh; second row: Don Nau, Wally Peregoy, Louie Vicovich, Bob Lynch, Carroll Cowan, Jim Opie, Rita Holm, Joan Sullivan. Linda Gravoly, JoAnn Grans-borry; third row: Ron Pfau. Jack Donnchy, Pat O'Noill, Jack Powers, Joe McManamon, Ed Hoard, Larry Shlmmin, Kevin Murphy, Bornio Jones.
Tho Newman Club is an organization for Catholic students. It is affiliated with the National Council of Newman Clubs. Its purpose is to foster the intellectual, spiritual, and social needs of Western's Catholic Students. The club meots twice a month for discussion and talks. A talk on communism was well-received by towns people and students this fall quartor. A Newman Club bulletin beard in the administration building carries spiritual pictures and tells of coming events.
Officers of the Newman Club for tho past year were Jack Dennohy, president; Ron Pfau. vice president; Mary Ellen West, secretary-treasurer. Club chaplain is tho Reverend Father Sullivan. Dr. Cumming is sponsor.
Organized in tho fall of 1956. the Wesley Foundation is an organization for collego students sponscrod by tho Methodist Church. Meetings, which consist of a dinner, program, and Bible study, are held every Sunday evening at the Methodist parsonage. Included in tho future plans of this group is a Wesley Foundation Building located near the college. This building will provide living quarters, a recreation room, and a chapel for the use of students attending Western.
Loft to right: Dorothy McBride, Harvoy Burns, Gaylo Munson. Jolono Bilant, Wanda Klawitter. Karon Andorson.
Loft to right, first row: Edwin House, Carol Long, Barbara Worring. Sandra White, Edna Boll, Donna Robertson, Shirloy Sahinen, Verla Bauor; second row: Joyco Torry. Lois Smith, Marlono Lundoll, Georgia Harris, Suo Schrador, Janot Christonsen, Gayle Munson. Mary Ellon Bouma; third row: Francis Gordon, Wally Searcy, Sharon Grimes, Karen Bergum, Mrs. Larry Staton, Larry Staton.
Intervarsity, an active group, has one main purpose which is to maintain Christian standards here on campus. This is done through Bible study, panol discussions, films, and guest speakers. Among their activities. Intervarsity has two weekend retreats a! Elliston where thoy mako uso of the YMCA camp. Hero they havo Bible Study, discussions, and many recroational activities.
This year tho officers are Ed House, president; Barbara Worring, vico president; Carol Long, secretary; Shirley Rasmussen, treasurer; and thoir
adviser. Mr. Ashford Kolloy.
LUTHERAN STUDENTS ASSOCIATION
The Luthoran Students Association is on its first year at Western. The main objective of LSA is to confront the academic world with Christian views.
Officers are president, Judy Larson; vice president, Phyllis Rothe; secretary-treasurer, Karen Bergum; Rev. Arthur Solem is adviser.
Loft to right: Phyllis Rotho, lanot Christonsen, Karen Borgum, Judy Larson.
(71)THE CHANTICLEER CLUB
Left to right, sitting: Stephen Shugruo, Karen Anderson, Marlono Lundell, Marianne Lalonde, Carol Martin, Jerry Bennett; standing: Russoll Morrison, Dennis Bymaster, James Scalf, Bill Gillin, James Albro, Miss Albortson.
The chief function of the Chanticleer Club is to promote an interest in journalism on the campus and to assist v ith the publication of the Wescolite.
Eligibility requirements for the journalism letter are working on the Wescolite or the Chinook, taking journalism for one quarter, and initiation into the club by the present members.
The officers this year are lim Scalf, president; Russell Morrison, vice president; Karen Anderson, secretary-treasurer; and Miss Albertson, sponsor.
voi. xxxvtit THE WESCOLITE
Published by the JOURNALISM CLUB WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Dillon. Montana
Wednesday, December 9. 1959
Subscription Rates — S1.00 a Year
S T A F F
EDITOR DENNIS BYMASTER
ASSOCIATE EDITOR JIM SCALF
BUSINESS MANAGER RUSSELL MORRISON
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER ....MICK HARRINGTON
SPORTS EDITORS ........ JIM SCALF. JERRY BENNETT
JAMES ALBRO KAREN ANDERSON GERALD BENNETT BILL GILLIN MICK HARRINGTON
RICHARD HULL MARIANNE LALONDE MARLENE LUNDELL SHARON ROSE JIM SCALF STEVE SHUGRUE
THE WESCOLITE WELCOMES SIGNEO CONTRIBUTIONS THOSE PRINTED DO NOT NECESSARILY REFLECT THE OPINIONS OF THE STAFF. 5 -vS -
Left to right: Russoll Morrison. Bill Gillin, Richard Steadman, Marlene Carbis, Mari-anno Lalonde, loan Trott, Gayle Munson, Mitzl Stroup.
Initiates talk over Wesco-lite with editors.
voi. xxxviii THE WESCOLITE No 14
Published by the JOURNALISM CLUB WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Dillon. Montana
Wednesday, February 10, 1960
Subscription Rates — $1.00 a Year
S T A F F
EDITOR ................................MARIANNE LALONDE
ASSOCIATE EDITOR BILL GILLIN
BUSINESS MANAGER ...................... RUSSELL MORRISON
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER ....MICK HARRINGTON
SPORTS EDITORS .. JERRY BENNETT. RICHARD STEADMAN
JAMES ALBRO KAREN ANDERSON DENNIS BYMASTER MARLENE CARBIS DARRELL COWAN JOE HUGHES
MARLENE LUNDELL GAYLE MUNSON RICH POZEGA JIM SCALF STEVE SHUGRUE RICHARD STEADMAN JOAN TROTT
THE WESCOLITE WELCOMES SIGNED CONTRIBUTIONS THOSE PRINTED 00 NOT urrWiBiiv REFLECT THE OPINIONS OF THE STAFF. 5 -Q THE INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB
Loft to right: Mr. Andors, Bud Parrott, John Mahno, lorry Pugh, John Lyons, Gone McNoil, Dan Scott, Don McDaniol, Lariy Kalafatich, Kovin Murphy.
The Industrial Arts Club has for its primary purpose the familiarization of
the Industrial Arts major and minor with the role of the industrial artist in
contemporary life, with emphasis placed on his role in society.
As a project the Industrial Arts Club built and raffled a playhouse this year. The proceeds financed an out-of-state field trip to various industrial centers.
The club's sponsor is Clay Anders and its officers for 1960 are Dan Scott, president; John Malmo, vice president; Don McDaniel, secretary; Jim Kimball.
(74)WESTERN FORENSIC ASSOCIATION
Loft to right, seated: Don Rosencrans, Joo Hughos, Lowoll Hayos, John Paasmore, Morlo DoVoo, and Jim Albro; standing: Mr. Cebull, Goorgiana Vucasovich, Ronda Brown, Gary Lacoy, Ann Foreman. Joyce Torry, and Diann Jones.
Off to McMinville, Oregon—a trip never to be forgotten.
Loft to right: Mr. Cebull, John Passmore, Merle DeVoe, Gary Lacey, Joe Hughes. Lowoll Hayes.
THE FORENSIC ASSOCIATION
Lowell Hayes, named lo lead the Forensic Association as its president for 1959-60. had reason to bo justly proud of his position in the organization; membership was at an all-timo high. Other officers were Joseph Hughes, vice president; Diann Jonos. secretary; Merle DeVoe. treasurer; Rcnda Brown, historian.
The firist intercollegiate speech tournament this year was the First Treasure State Speech Tournament, held on the campus of Montana State College in January. Lowell Hayes was a finalist in oratory; Gary Lacey and Joyce Terry were finalists in oral interpretation. In March, debaters Lowell Hayes, Joe Hughes. Merle DeVce. John Passmore, and Gary Lacey competed in the 30th annual Tournamont of Champions on tho Linfield Collogo campus, McMinnvlllo, Oregon. Merle DeVce was named one of four finalists in men's oratory.Forensic members also presented programs for numerous service and civic organizations in Dillon and in the surrounding communities during the year. As tho Chinook goes to press, members are preparing for the Montana Intercollegiate Forensic Tournament in Billings on April 1 and 2 and tho annual Northwest TKA Tournament in Missoula on April 28, 29. and 30. Merle DeVoo will represent Western in Oratory at Billings. The Association picnic and banquet are scheduled to bo held sometimo in May.
Under tho sponsorship of Mr. Edward A. Cebull. many Association plans are materializing. Members will continue to welcome interested speech students who will be able to contribute their talents to the added emphasis boir.g placed upon speech activities on all levels.
The spring quarter, 1959. was also a most successful one for the forensic group. At the Montana State Tournament hold at Carroll Colioge in mid-April, Western took third-place honors. Tho debate team of Russell Jennings and Lowell Nelson tied for third-place honors. Rose Marie Scott, last year's winner of the state oratory trophy, placed third in oratory and third in oral interpretation. At the Tau Kappa Alpha Tourney held at the Montana State University April 30 and May 1 and 2. Rose Mario Scott and Marsha Peterson tied for third place with Utah State and tho University of Washington. Russell and Lowell tied for third with Kansas State. University of Utah, and tho Univorsity of Washington teams. Rose Marie get third in oratory. Marsha was also a finalist in oratory, and Lowell Nelson was a semi-finalist in extemporaneous speaking.
Marsha Peterson was first-place winner in the Annual Founder's Day Oratorical Contest held on tho campus in May. Rose Mario Scott was second. Merle DeVoe placed third.
Tho first annual Forensic Sponsor's Gold Modal was presented to Rose Marie Scott who through her offorts in speech activities brought tho most recognition to the Forensic Association and to Western.
STUDENT WIVES CLUB
Seated: Karen Dunlap, Joan Gatti, Marion Bonson, Jackie Glennie. Marlene Adams. Pat Rowe, Sherreal Flynn, Margaret Wearley. Anna Mae McKeever, Mrs. Wm. Straugh, sponsor, Mrs. Geo. McCormick, sponsor; standing: Laura Deglow, Betty Bennett, Virginia Franzich, Charlene Hedrick. Sylvia Roberts. Gono Paulini. Nellie Boyd, Sandy Hartman, Ellon Robinson, Doloros Scally. Ethel Casey. Charlotte McDonald, Carolyn Phillips. Judy Hartford. Caroloo Adams, Lynda Rettig.
Not present when picture was taken: Donna Teegardon, Sharon Selzy, Gwen Meskimon, Lenoro Shively, Dianne Fuller, Virginia Hopper, Barbara Kimball, Maryann Mular, Yvonne McNeil, Kay Peterson, Sonya Robachor, Shirley Boyd. Leah Bull, Marlene Carbis. Mrs. Charles Fox, Mrs. Earl Holman, Louiso Koef, Thelma Laird, Mrs. John Malmo, Connie Plutt, Carol Young.
Officers are prosidont, Marlono Adams: vice president. Margaret Woarley; social correspondent, Joan Fisk; secretary, Jackio Glennie; treasurer. Shorral Flynn; historian, Pat Rowe.
Degree granted: PHT (Putting Hubby Through) is awarded to wives of men who receive their degree at Western. The degree, signed by Mrs. James Short and Mrs. Hugo Aronson, is presented at a banquet the girls give for their husbands. Student wives helped with the Dillon Mother's March for polio contributions and mcdo a pink organdy tablecloth for use in the Home Ec. Room. Meeting date—3rd Thursday of each month.
These girls are preparing to enter the "Make it Yourself with Wool" contest.
The Home Economics girls help Mrs. Greenwood with the Christmas Tea. Mrs. Short and Miss Mathews preside at the tea table.
(77)SHARON FULBRIGHT IS CROWNED "MISS WESTERN
Loft to right: Carolyn Piorco. Lorna Wo a--loy, Joan Sturdovant, Erma Desjardins, Sharon Fulbright, Miss Wostom, Mickey Downing, Marcia Hanson, Mary Kay Fris-bio, Colleon Belanger.
Bort Luce, Russell Jonnings as Mastors of Ceremony kept tho show going.
With summer vacation and tests just around the comer, we turn to a lighter side of school. There we meet Vodvil and its comical skits and satirical plays, presented by the students, with prizes being given for the three best skits. The highlight of the evening is the choosing and crowning of Miss Western.
WAA WINS FIRST PLACE FOR BEST STUNT
Lofl to right: Lois Dooms, Agnes Robish, Voloon Johnson, Toby Shrauger, Sandy Martinson, Myrle Enman, Donnio Jacobsen, Ruth LoRoux.
Loft to right: Allan Hopper, Larry Varland, Pete Glennie, Bill Taylor, Dick Cosgriffo, Bud Shuman, Don Moro, Jim Miller.HOMECOMING
Kicking off the events of the year was the annual Homecoming. The highlights of this event were as follows: the game with Carroll, in which we defeated them 40-0; the Homecoming parade, consisting of floats, in which the Sophomore Class took first place; picnicing by the students and alumni on campus; and closing the festivities was the Homecoming dance at which this year's Homecoming Queen, Miss Marianne Lalonde, reigned.
QUEEN MARIANNE LALONDE
Erma Desjardins, Mary Ellen West, and Lorna Wearley—appear on the field at the half time. Don Puyear is the escort.
(80)SEA SHOWS EXTENT OF WESTERN'S INFLUENCE
SOPHOMORES CARRY OFF FIRST PLACE
NEWMAN CLUB GIVEN MUCH FAVORABLE COMMENT
GARGOYLES JOIN IN THE WELCOME TO ALUMS"AT DAY-CAMPUS CLEAN-UP
First row: Roy Fostor, Shawn Davis, Don Puyoar, Marlono Weist, Gladys Norris.
F’.-st row, stops: Donnio Jacobson, Lorna Woarloy, Dr. Foathors, sponsor.
Second row, steps: Jim Carpontor, Arlle Schwartz.
Third row, stops: Botty Hinton, Marilyn Parsons, "Doc" Kicckbusch.
Fourth row, steps: Wanda Klawittor, JoAnr. Moore.
Back row: Wos Stoos, Rog Woarloy. Cal Woarloy, Diano Wolfo, Juno Stromborg, Jori Lou Armstrong, Roxio Colo, Buzz Cowdry. Alan Londborg.
Rodeo Club is four years old and one of the most active organizations on campus. Rodeos give one a chance to re-live a part of the "Old West" that has never died. The club is open to anyone who wishes to compete in rodeo events, who enjoys rodeos, or who has a love for western culture and affairs.
In previous years the club was a member of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association, but numerous problems took place under this direction which ultimately led to the formation of the new American Collegiate Rodeo Association. This organization was formed December 18 at Casper, Wyoming. There are two leagues or regions: the Rocky Mountain and Great Plains.
The Rodeo Club held its second annual intercollegiate rodeo last spring. Over a hundred contestants participated, entering from many Western institutions.
Other activities sponsored by the club were a chuckwagon supper, several dances, and "Go Western Day," one of the most anticipated events on campus when western attire and a western attitude are both on hand.
The Western Montana Rodeo Club stands as a symbol of this western region of culture and attempts to stimulate atmosphere and spirit into our educational institution and student body.’ ike Murphy. Best-chessed cowboy
Xorty Miller. Best-drossod cowgirl
■eginald Woarloy, 3ushiest beard
B«! attempt at a beard
The longost beard
Dfck V ickland,
The most unique beard
Winners of "Go Western Day" Contests,
GO WESTERN DAY
One of the annual winter quarter activities is the "Go Western—Beat Eastern Day." Everyone always looks forward to it. This year was no exception.
As usual, Western beat Eastern but it was a tough battle. Western won
Following the game v as the annual "Go Western" dance. The music was furnished by The Renegades, recording artists from Butte.President Shorts crowns Jo Garrison and Rich Correa carnival queen and king as Herman Tushaus, carnival manager, looks on.
A large group watches the coronation.
Left to right: Pat Delger, Jack Gillespie, Marilyn Parsons, JoAnn Moore, "Doc' Kieckbusch, Ken Williams, Frances Horner keep the roulette wheel turning.WINTER CARNIVAL
The Winter Carnival, which was sponsored by the junior class, is a new activity that has been added to those on campus this year. Features of the Winter Carnival were the following: ice hockey—minus skates plus brooms substituting for hockey sticks, tobogganing, and volleyball—in the snow. Winding up the events of the day was a carnival held in the Student Union with concessions, sponsored by the various organizations on campus and followed by a dance. The Winter Carnival could prove to be one of the more popular events of the year.
Loft to right: Jo© Hughes. Vic Wostergaard. Carol Martin. Keith Christman. Jim Opie, Ray Phillips.
(87)Who brought the©?
Like, fifteen cheers . . .or somethin'
We give Gold Bond Stamps
Like. Fat City
One in every port
Wright Brothers' Fan Club
Slumber party—Boys' Dorm
Western's Chow Line
Front row. loft to right: Goldie. Richards. Mallotta, Barbor, Crinor. Conoa, Wallace. Dunlap, Shuman. Scally.
Second row, left to right: Wada. Meissner, Wenzel. Deglow, Moro, Cosgriffo, Monti, Gillospio, Porno roy. Miller.
Thud row, loft to right: Furshong, Campbell, Delger. Morstein, McNeil. Scovol. Scott, Harper. Varland. Nau, Sutherland.
Fourth row, loft to right: Podorson. Taylor, V iklund, Whito, Grogory, Krempasky. Murphy, V right. Standing: Asst. Coach Frank Hoey. Hoad Coach George McCormick.
THE 1959 GRIDIRON SEASON
Lino play was the mainstay of Wostern's team which gave a very good account of itself this year. Tho lino hold the opponents scoreless for tho first 3 games before losing to speedy Rocky and later to Eastern. The Bulldogs hold their opponents to a total of 47 points while scoring 201 themselves. They ranked sixth in tho nation rushing, nineteenth in team total offonse, and twenty-first in passing defense.
Tho backfield made many improssive and long gains through ground attacks for which Western was famous. These gains wero implemented by the lino players who opened holos big enough to "drive a truck (Murphy) through." Both losses were by narrow margins which proved that Western was a team all opponents learned to respect. Tho end of the season saw tho Bulldogs tied for third place with Carroll with an 8 won 2 loss record.
Glen Harper, Jack Dunlap, and Mike Murphy were namod to the first team All-Conference selections. This was the second year Harper and Dunlap were chosen on the first team. Harper was outstanding at tho tackle position and Dunlap at tho corner position.
Mike Murphy moved up from last year's second team selection at halfback. Jim Miller was a repeat on the second team as quarterback. Other now members were Gene McNeil and Larry Varland.
NOMINATED FOR NAIA ALL-AMERICAN
Mike Murphy was nominated for the NAIA All-American team. He rated eleventh in the nation for his offensive ability and ground rushing. He had cn average of 102 yards per game rushing.
GLEN HARPER TACKLE
ALL-CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM
JIM MILLER QUARTERBACK
LARRY VARLAND HALFBACK
GENE McNEIL END
JIM BARBER . HALFBACK
DON SUTHERLAND END
KEN SCALLY GUARD
LARRY VARLAND JACK DUNLAP
GAMES c«ni 19—Ricks Western zo Opponents 0
1 1 V , Sept.'26—Westminster - Oct. 3---MSC Bobklttens 0 0
(Vi 10—Rorkv 19 • 27
Vvli • •• ••• • Oct. 17—Carroll (Homecoming) . Ort ?««—Mines , - 40 • 0
t 31—Eastern 7 13
Vs Vm 11 V i LAiJlWi II • a • ■ •• •••■• m«v 7—Northern 55. 6
11 ( t » lltV 1 »• — — • STAN CAMPBELL TACKLE
BUD SHUMAN CENTER
BEN GOLDIE CENTER
PETE SCOTT HALFBACK
BARRY WHITE QUARTERBACK
BERT DEGLOW GUARD
DAVE MEISSNER HALFBACK
BILL TAYLOR END
|lij(jgi||||||||i DON MERO FULLBACK
LARRY SCOVEL TACKLE
TED FURSHONG TACKLE
PAT DELGER GUARD
DICK COSGRIFFE END
DICK GREGORY END
JERRY CRINER GUARD
JACK GILLESPIE END
ARNE PEDERSEN GUARD
JOE MALETTA QUARTERBACK
DICK MENU HALFBACK
FRANK WENZEL TACKLE
STEVE RICHARDS GUARD
Ricks 0 20
Westminster 0 0
M.S.C. Bobkittens 0 14
Rocky 28 19
Carroll 0 40
Mines 6 46
Eastern 13 7
Northern 6 55
CONFERENCE STANDINGS Wins Losses
Eastern 4 1
Rocky 4 1
Western 3 2
Carroll 3 2
Northern 1 4
Mines 0 5
Western Has Hopes; Beats Carroll 40-0
Western Montana College Bulldogs finished the ’59 season with a 55 to 6 win over Northern, which gave them a tie with Carroll (whom they whitewashed 40-0) for third place in the Montana Collegiate Conference. Each of these teams concluded the season with a 3-2 record. They finished behind Rocky and Eastern, each 4-1, who tied for first.
Western Hands Northern 55-6 Shellacking
Western Defeats Bobkittens 14-0
( 94 )CONFERENCE CO-CHAMPS
Left to right: Rodnoy Andor-son, Frank Cabbage, Ken Jenkins, Jerry Solvig, Allan Hopper, Maior Miller, Miko McOuirk. Coctl Warren, Tom Teegarden, Jack Dunlap,-center: George Nelson.
1959-60 BASKETBALL SEASON
Captain George Nelson paced his team to another one of its great year3. In winning 21 out of 28 games the Bulldog cagors set an offensivodefonsive mark of 79.9 to 65.7 points.
The 8-2 conference record was good enough for a co-championship with Rocky Mountain. Great non-conference performances marked wins over Eastern Washington, Northwost Nazarene (twice). College of Idaho (twice), Westminster and a successful defense of the Christmas tournament title at Havre.
In NAIA tournament play at Caldwell the 3ulldogs lost to C. of I. In their opening gamo in an attempt to defend their District 5 title earned in 1958 and repeated in 1959.
Tho consolation gamo matched conference co-champions. Western and Rocky—Western 84. Rocky 76.
Seniors Nelson and Dunlap closed out great careers, earning their fourth basketball letter and helping their team to a four-year conference record of 32-8. Their three gold basketballs represent cno conference championship and two co-champicnships.
Other lettermen are sophomores: Jenkins, Selvig. Miller, Warren, Hopper. Teegarden; froshmon: Cabbage, Anderson and McQuirk.
Add to these eight lettermen, transfers Gerald and Dallas Jones: result, a most interesting and successful team for 1961.
George Nelson was rated the number one man in the Montana Collegiate Conference. Ken Jenkins also made tho first five. Jerry Selvig rated a second team spot, and Cecil Warren and M:ke McOuirk were accorded honorable mention.
(95)Mike McQuirk. Center
Frank Cabbage, Guard
Jack Dunlap. Guard
Maior Miller, Forward
Tom Toogarden, Forward
Drubs R°cky Title « lerf o? C oofercnCC
Western—College of Idaho ... Western—College of Idaho ...
Western C. of I.?.........
M A M A «P gp
Nelson 160—394 SI—120 411 28
Jonkins 197—402 65—106 459 28
Warron 121—247 49—101 291 28
Selvig 120—283 101—158 341 28
McQuirk 131—272 49—103 311 27
Miller 55—117 35— 58 145 28
Dunlap 11— 39 18— 26 40 28
Anderson 22— 76 17— 22 61 20
Teegarden 12— 33 13— 16 37 18
Hopper 45— 76 19— 40 109 28
Cabbage 15— 31 2— 6 32 7
Others 0— 3 1— 4 1
Totals 889—1982 460—742 2238
Opponents 704—1679 431—693 1839
Left to right: Brenda Eccloston, Sandra Armstrong, Sharon Hor2og, Erma Dosjardins, Lorna Wearloy.
Cheerleaders lead Pop Club at Homecoming Festivities.
The cheerleaders for Western have contributed greatly to the spirit and zeal of the Western Pep Club.
There are live cheerleaders this year—3 sophomores and 2 freshmen.PEP BAND
Front row: Koith Christman Kenneth McLean, Gary Lacey, Vic Wostorgard, Mr. Kelley, Gayle Munson, Ray Phillips, and Alice Curdy.
Second row: Shirley Rasmusson, Maiy Paullin, Carol Martin. Jo-leno Bilant, Holcn Chinn, and Chuck Connelly.
Last row: Joyce Terry, Lavon Childs, Gladys Norris, Jim Opie. Carol Long, Joe Hughes, and Fred Laird.
Under the direction of Mr. Kelley and Ray Phillips, the Pep Band played at all the home football and basketball games. It strongly supported the ball teams by adding school spirit and enthusiasm to the games. During the "Go Western, Beat Eastern” basketball game, it provided the music for the half-time show, presented by the local high school twirlers, the Beaver-ettes.
Under the leadership of Lois Michelotti, president; Janice Hart, vice president; Sue Schuchman, secretary; and Mrs. Bud Parrett, sponsor, the club has greatly improved school spirit at the football and basketball games. During Homecoming the club sold pop and mums. The group attended in a body the Western-Mines basketball game in Butte.
Fiist row, sitting, left to right: Russ Fisk. Jerry Bennett. Larry Dunlap, Don Mero, Jack Dunlap, Dick Monti, Joe Morstein, Jim Miller.
Second row, standing, left to right: Darrell Vallance, Dick Cosgriffe. Pat Delger, Dario Gatti, Cecil Warren, Jerry Selvig, Bud Shuman, Bill Taylor, Pete Glennie.
WESTERN'S "M" CLUB
Western's "M" Club is an active organization of athletes
on campus. To belong an athlete must letter in a major sport
and participate in a rigid initiation, held in the spring. Then
being an active member, he may wear an "M" jacket.
The "M" Club selects candidates for Homecoming queen, sponsors the big Homecoming dance, sponsors a float, sells pop at basketball games, and each spring comes up with an outstanding act for Vodvil.
"Go Western Day" has proved to be an annual success due to the joint efforts of the Rodeo and "M" Clubs.
The officers for 1959-60 are Jack Dunlap, president; Jim Barber, vice president; Pete Glennie, secretary; and sponsors Bill Straugh and George McCormick.
Left to right, first row: Larry Adams, Ken Scally, Bill Row©, Gary McLees; Second row: Ron Adams, Gene McNeil, Jack Gibbons, Fraser MacDonald.
Left to right, first row: "Doc" Kiock-busch, Dick Jonasen, Dick Wicklund, Gerald Jones; Second row: Bill Fields, Pat Delger, Ward Scoffield, Sam Sharp, Glen Harper.
Left to right, first row: Dick Applegate, Ben Goldie, Jerry Claussen; Second row: Dick Gregory, Doug Egeland, Pete Glennie. Ryan Swan, Ken Fickler.
Loft to right, first row: Larry Var-land. Pete Scott, Joe Malletta, Don Moro; Second row: Bill Vogas, Jack Gillespie, Russell Thompson, Dick Cosgriffe.
Bull duds 6-1
Renegades Freshmen Midgets . 6-1 4-3 3-4
By Richard Steadman
Intramural basketball is a great event on the campus of Western. Often the crowds gathered to see one of the encounters are just as large and enthusiastic as will be found at any game of the Bulldogs.
This year's intramural program was even bigger and better than in years past. A total of 16 teams participated in 2 leagues which played games every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings for most of the season.
The intramural season was divided up into 3 parts. The first was the pre-season tournament in the latter part of autumn quarter. The second was the regular season chase during winter quarter which ended with the following results:
Six Packs.... 6-1
Roundballers ...... 5-2
Straps .............. 5-2
Teepee Creepers 4-3
District 15........... 2-5
Following the regular season, the top four teams in each league were taken, and a double elimination tournament was begun. This tournament was won by the scrappy Straps over the Round Town Roundballers. Third place was taken by the Renegades and fourth by the Bullpups.
A great deal of credit should be given to members of the Basketball Officiating Class who worked each game and made it possible to have a wonderful year.TRACK
Left to right, front row: Wallace Rennie, Dick Cosgriffo, Wes Wag-enaar, Dennis Bymaster, Pete Glennie, Jack Dunlap, Doug Hen-ninger.
Middle row: Jim Barber, Jerry Bennett, Way no Barney, Larry Varland, Larry Dunlap, Cecil Ranney.
Back row: Coach McCormick, Darrell Vallance, Glen Harper, Jorry Solvig, Maier M:ller, Bob Butorovich, Allan Hopper, Bill Taylor.
WESTERN TAKES MCC TITLE
The Bulldogs were victorious against the other five members of MCC with eleven firsts and a total of 79 points. Larry Varland broke two records in the broad jump and the 220-dash.
Western added another trophy to its collection by winning their own invitational meet with teams from Montana and Idaho participating.
The Bulldogs journeyed to MSC to win a first in an NAIA test. They v ere outpointed only by MSC.
Early in the season Western was defeated by the College of Idaho, but won second place in the meet.
Western also lost a dual meet to MSC on the Western cinders.
The coach and his thin-clads had a very successful season, bringing much praise and glory to Western's campus.
Western's relay team won the conference for the eleventh time in twelve years for a fine record.bulldogs capture third
STRAIGHT TRACK TITLE
Western Wins in Snow -shortened Meet Saturday
Snow halted the tional track meet Vast Saturd, not until seven events had survivec e early part ot the storm.
The Bulldogs were well on their svav to repeating last year's victory with At points. Rocky Mountain ot
BiBVngs hud »V,. Sorthutn ol VUvtc
g»fc Eastern ot Billing A, Carrol ot Helena 3. and Montana Mine?
Western Wins 11th Meet in 12 Years
Coach George McCormick’s track ■quad scored points in every event ast Saturday to run away with the annual Montana Collegiate Conference track meet for the 11th time in 12 years.
M .r acts 31 Hopefuls
Thirty-owe candidates turned out lor tVvo initial baseball practice under the new liead coach, Frank Hoey. Coach Hoey says that the team looks as g,ood as can he ex pccted this early in the season. "We had an exceptionally targe turnout ol prospective pitchers. Three 'Icily s' and lour right handers turned out this season which is encouraging to the team.” Also, there are nine returning hasehall lettermen hack this season.
Western Wins MCC Baseball Crown
Western won the Montana Collegiate Conference championship last Friday. May 15. by posting a 13-8 victory over the Montana School of Mines. This was Western's second straight baseball championship.
Left to right, first row: Bort Doqlow, Don Murray. Bill Jack son. "Sonny" Lubick, Bill Conners. Mick Harrington. Ed Nicholson.
Socond row: Frank Hooy coach, Jim Graham, Hal Wetzsteon, Cecil Warron. Ron Adams. Geary Moran. Fraser MacDonald, Russ Thompson.
Western Defeats Mines, 13-2
Western’s baseball team won its third straight baseball game last Sunday afternoon by defeating the Montana Mines baseball team 13-3.
Western Wins Butte Invitational, Splits With Ricks
Western ran its win-loss record to R-l as they split a double header with Ricks College of Rexburg, Idaho, and then went on to win the Butte Invitational baseball meet at Butte last Sunday. May 10. with wins over Carroll and Northern.
Frank Hoey's first year as baseball coach was very successful. His fine team won ten of their eleven games.
Western's only defeat was handed to them by Ricks College of Idaho. But Ricks' victory was by a narrow margin.
Western batted down Eastern, Carroll, Butte Mines, and Norihem to win the conference.
The team and coach are to be commended for bringing to Western another fine trophy.
Left to right: Coach Frank Hooy; Bill Straugh, Diroctor of Athlotics; Coach Goorgo McCormick.
By Pete Glennie
Coach Bill Straugh has chalked up a very impressive record at Western since taking over the coaching duties at his Alma Mater. Straugh will bo reaching for the select group next basketball season in looking for his 300th win. His leadership has captured eight conference championships on the hardwoods as well as sending four teams to the National tourney in Kansas City.
Coach George McCormick, football coach, came to Western via Harlowtcn where he coached two undefeated teams. He has developed the Bulldogs into powerhouses the past four years. Although they have never won the championship under his leadership, they have finished 2nd and always have given an outstanding showing on the gridiron. The past two years they have compiled a 10 win—5 loss—1 tie record.
Mr. McCormick also coaches track and has a streak of throe straight conference crowns.
Coach Frank Hoey is a graduate of Montana State College where he excelled in sports. Under his guidance the baseball team developed into championship material the first year and ran up a 10 and 1 record. Coach Hoey also assists McCormick with the football squad.
SECOND PLACE WINNERS
Second place went to Ed House and Jerry Selvig in the Montana Collegiate Conference tennis meet at Dillon in 1959. They lost to a fine team, representing the Mines.
Ed House, a three-year veteran, represented Western in the singles play. He took a close third in the competition.
These two will be returning to represent Western in the tennis tournament at Butte late in May.
JERRY SELVIGWOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
The Women's Athletic Association, one of Ihe most active organizations on campus, promotes interest in sports among the women, and provides clean, healthful recreation,
WAA initiations occur winter and spring quarters with a day of initiation concluded by an impressive candlelight ceremony.
Membership is open to all women who have participated in eight hours of recreational activity. By competing in various sports and individual activities, and by being an active member of the club for five quarters, the members are entitled to a winged "M" letter.
Every Monday evening is WAA sports night. A variety of activities, including volleyball, basketball, badminton, swimming, and softball is offered.
The WAA sponsors the sale of the omblom sweatshirts to the entire student body. During the year they sponsor the annual Sadie Hawkins dance. Other activities include the production of floats in the Homecoming, vodvil, and rodeo parades.
The highlight of the year is an annual spring recreational day and an awards banquet given by the club. This was held at Jackson.
Officers for the year are Myrle Enman, president; Sandi Martinsen, vice president; and Agnes Robish, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Genoviovo Parrett is the women's athletic director.
Left to right: Lynda Powell, Edna Bell, Donna Robertson, Myrle Enman, Mary K. Straugh, Botty Hinton, Agnes Rebish, Sharon Herzog, Martha Millor, Tym Stocks, Janico Ruegsegger, Margarot Ann Wolfe, Ruth LoRoux, Donnio Jacobsen, Junella Beckor, Sandi Martinson, Botty Thiel, Gladys Norris, Mrs. Parrott, sponsor.On Your Toes
Up and over
WAA SPORTS NIGHT
A Pause to Refresh
CAMPUS GLIMPSESOn the fence
The Carnival Dance
Enjoying the Junior PromAMONG
Anaconda Company 135
Bill's Men's Shop................................................ 126
W. P. Fuller Company .. 124
Gordon's Jewelry 124
Howie's Supper Club 127
Interstate Lumber Company 134
Metals Bank and Trust Company 129
Nate Morgon's Jewelry 127
Montana Hardware.............................................. 134
Prudential Federal Savings 132
Shanty Bar and Cafe .. ......................................... 124
Treasure State Sporting Goods 125
U I Club and Lounge 124
Vegas Night Club_________________________________________________ 123
Beaverhead Bar Supply 122
Beaverhead Laboratory Service .................................. 128
Beaverhead Laundry and Cleaners________________________________ 128
Beaverhead Lumber 128
Chubb's College Service 123
Coast to Coast................................................ 125
College Snack Bar 124
D L Jewelry Company 125
Davis Electric 124
Dillon Automobile Dealers Association 133
Dillon Auto Parts 128
Dillon Creamery 122
Dillon Dry Goods 137
Dillon Implement Company..................................... 125
Dillon Portrait Studio....................................... 139
( H7)Advertising Directory
Electric and Variety______________________________________________ 125
Examiner Printing Company 125
Farmer's Union 129
First National Bank.. 131
Kranatz, Peter____________________________________________________ 122
Larsen's -...................................................... 125
Lions Den....................................................... 122
Lu Burton Beauty Salon . 127
Mitchell's City Drug 124
Montana Power Company 136
Mount joy Flowers and Gifts ... 126
Ned-Eva Lanes................................................... 126
Parisian Cleaners 126
Professional Directory 121
Roberta Theater 126
Roberts Food Market 130
Shaffer's Bakery..... 131
Skeets Cafe .................................................... 123
Standard Lumber and Coal Company....... 130
State Bank and Trust Company .140
Warner's Food 126
Western Montana College of Education 119
Western Montana College of Education Residence Halls_____________ 120
Williams Feed Inc. 125
Tribune Printing and Supply Company 138
Union Bank Trust Company 127
ST. LOUIS. MISSOURI
Becktold Company ................................................. 122
(118)HAVE YOU THOUGHT OF BECOMING A TEACHER?
WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
a two-year teacher training program and qualification for Montana's provisional certificate to teach in the elementary school
a four-year program leading to a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education and qualification for Montana's standard certificate to teach in the elementary school
a four-year program leading to a Bachelor of Science Degree in Secondary Education and qualification for Montana's standard certificate to teach in high school
a fifth year program leading to a Master of Science Degree in Education
. . . OR, IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN OTHER CAREERS
a two-year curriculum in Business Education
a two-year General College course
Freshman and Sophomore courses preparing for entrance into professional schools of Agriculture, Art, Architecture, Biological Science, Business Administration, Dentistry, Engineering, Forestry, Home Economics, Journalism, Law, Medicine, Veterinary Science
Western Montana College of Education is fully accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education and the Northwest Association for Secondary and Higher Schools.
Western Montana College of Education
(119)Living Accommodations at
Western Montana College of Education
Sixteen Modern, Attractive Apartments for Married Students
New, Modern Dormitory Accommodations for Men
Women's Residence Hall, Attractive and Convenient
Dining Room Service for Men and Women
Plan Now to Make Reservations for Your Room
Write to Business Office
Western Montana College of Education
DR. E. D. EVANS DENTIST Phone MU 3-4491 DR. W. E. MONGER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Phone MU 3-4421
STEWART BURWELL SPECIAL AGENT THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES Phone MU 3-2721 DR. W. J. ROMERS DENTIST Phono MU 3-2671
DR. R. J. ENGLISH OPTOMETRIST Phone MU 3-2321 Beaverhead Clinic Building DR. R. D. CURRY DENTIST Office Phono MU 3-2132
DR. J. C. LINDUSKA DENTIST Phone MU 3-2861 Morse and Idaho Street SCHULZ AND DAVIS ATTORNEYS AT LAW Dillon. Montana
DR. J. W. HILTBRAND CHIROPRACTOR Phone MU 3-5351 116 S. Idaho Street Dillon, Montana DR. G. W. SMITH DENTIST Office Phone MU 3-2902
JOE S. ZUPAN ACCOUNTANT Phono MU 3-2042 W. G. GILBERT, JR. ATTORNEY 19 South Idaho
(121)COVERS For The
1600 Macklind Avenue ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
Beaverhead-Gold and Challenge Dairy Products
BEAVERHEAD BAR SUPPLY CO.
GLEED 6c CARPITA Wholesale Dealers
Carbonated Beverages Tobacco and Candies Schlitz and Great Falls Beer
Phone MU 3-2241 DILLON, MONTANA
The Place to Meet the Gang After a College Dance
Peter Kranatz Barber Shop
30 South Idaho DILLON, MONTANA
For Better Haircuts
(122)"Designed for Your Pleasure"
The Vegas Club
"Butte's Smartest Night Club"
MEADERVILLE, MONTANA 45-47 Main Street
George Nevin "Pee Wee" Nevin
Chubb's College Service
Gold Bond Stamps
Good Dinner Come io . . .
Sporting Goods Headquarters Sneed and Bay
( 123)FULLER PAINTS PAINTS GLASS They Last Established in 1849 W. P. FULLER CO. 131 W. Park Street BUTTE, MONTANA U I CLUB LOUNGE ED HORGAN 136 W. Park St. Phone 9847 BUTTE, MONTANA
MITCHELL'S Gordon's Jewelry
CITY DRUG STORE i Keepsake and Stariire Diamonds
Superior Prescription Service Nationally Advertised Watches
WILLIAM MITCHELL, Proprietor
We Extend a Hearty Welcome to 12 N. Main, Butte
All WMCE Students Easy Credit
Phone MU 3-2316 Plus S H Green Stamps
Compliments of For Furniture
Shaniy Ear and Cafe Go to
20 S. Montana St. SHINERS
BUTTE, MONTANA BUTTE
Wiring and Repairing
Small Appliances The College Snack Bar
DAVIS ELECTRIC In the Student Union
21 E. Sebree Where Western Students
Phone MU 3-2552 Loaf Over a Cup
Lighting Fixtures of Coffee
Residential and Commercial
( 124)You Buy for Less at VS TO R E S T Because We Buy for Less Locally Nationally Owned Organized D L JEWELRY DIAMONDS 6c WATCHES Columbia Bulova Hamilton Feature Lock If It Doesn't Tick . . . See Dick
LARSEN'S Complete Stock of Greeting Cards Gift Items — School Supplies Barnes and Noble College Outline Series ELECTRIC VARIETY STORE Complete Electrical and Repair Services MAJOR APPLIANCES SCHOOL SUPPLIES
D-I Dillon Implement Company Hardware Sporting Goods Plumbing DILLON PURINA CHOWS Custom Pelleting, Rolling Grinding and Mixing WILLIAMS FEED, INC. DILLON, MONTANA
It Pays to Play RAWLINGS ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT TREASURE STATE SPORTING GOODS 22 East Park Street Butte The Examiner Printing Company Opposite Depot MU 3-2211 For Printing That Pleases Particular People Publishers of THE DILLON EXAMINER Beaverhead County's Leading Newspaper
( 125)THE DILMART Telephone MU 3-2801
"Dillon's Home Marl" 16 N. Washington Street Approved Sanitone Service
Dillon's Only Complete Choice of the Particular Folks
Home Furnishings Free Pickup S Delivery
Store — We Give Gold Bond Stamps —
Warner's Food Bill's Men's Shop
QUALITY GROCERIES—MEATS "For Men and Boys
SEA FOOD—PRODUCTS of Good Taste"
FROZEN FOODS Will Teddy Ted Triniman, Mgr.
We Give United Trading Stamps
Phone MU 3-2319 29-31 W. Park
FREE DELIVERY SERVICE BUTTE, MONTANA
Compliments of Mountjoy Flowers
NED-EVA LANES and Gifts
We Give Gold Bond Stamps
"Automatic Pin Setters" Member of FTD
Bowling Center of Dillon Phone MU 3-5622
Cinemascope and Wide Screen Equipped Montana's FASHION Store for Your Home and Family
BEST IN MOVIES BUTTE and LIVINGSTON
( 126)HOWIE'S SUPPER CLUB Phone 9741 3544 Harrison Avenue BUTTE, MONTANA ZONOLITE COMPANY Miners and Manufacturers of Vermiculite Products LIBBY, MONTANA
Lu Burton Beauty Salon Personal Attention Permanents Hair Styling Complete Beauty Service Phone MU 3-5311 5 South Washington DILLON, MONTANA A Leading Banking Institution in Montana Since 1898
Nate Morgan Jewelry 62 W. Park BUTTE Appropriate gifts for every occasion UNION BANK TRUST COMPANY HELENA, MONTANA
(127)Compliments of Dillon
X Auto Parts, Inc.
Beaverhead for Brands You Know
Laboratory Service Auto Parts Equipment Wholesale Retail DILLON, MONTANA
BEAVERHEAD LAUNDRY AND If it is . . . Building Material Lumber and Coal
DRY CLEANERS — See —
"We Cater to College Students" Beaverhead
Phone MU 3-5522 Lumber Co.
Free Pickup and Better Materials Cheaper
Delivery Phone MU 3-2731 DILLON, MONTANA
For a sound, friendly banking connection in Butte remember
the Metals Bank.
We Are Always Eager to Serve You
The Friendly METALS BANK TRUST COMPANY
Farmer's Union Trading Company
Petroleum Products Tires-Batteries Hardware Fencing Supplies
Make Your Co-op Your First Stop
Phone MU 3-5391 226 E. Bannack DILLON, MONTANA
THE OASIS CAFE
Welcomes College Students
Mary 6c Bruce Watters
(129)Roberts Food, Inc.
We encourage all people to support our college as —
We believe — industry — commerce — government — art — the sciences — and all other professions, including our whole way of life, depend heavily upon the quality of our education.
Standard Lumber and Coal Company
Fuller Paints Aberdeen and Castlegate Coal
Phone MU 3-5521 DILLON, MONTANA
( 130)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
For the Best in Bakery Goods and Coffee Go to
(131)PRUDENTIAL FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION
49 North Main Street BUTTE, MONTANA
4% Paid on Insured Savings Accounts
QUALITY FIRST -
Geo. M. Gosman
The Rexall Store
(132)Dillon Automobile Dealers Association
Devoted to the Interest of Safe Driving
SALES - SERVICE
NEW AND USED CARS
Gleed Motors Paul's Chevrolet Co.
(Ford cmd Mercury) (Cadillac, Olds, Chevrolet)
College Motor Co. Davis Motor Co.
(Buick — GMC Trucks) (Willys, Packard and Studebaker)
Montana Auto Sales (Chrysler — Plymouth) J. W. Walters Garage (Dodge — Hillman)
The nation that has the best schools has the best future!
Quality of product assures the best future and quality is stressed at the
Interstate Lumber Company
Grows of its own action!
Business, too, must
Grow from within.
It grows in proportion to the service it renders. Courteous Service is a slogan of
The Montana Hardware Company
Butte (Wholesale Only) Great Falls
( 134)DISTANT HORIZONS
Presented with the fascinating challenges of the space age in which horizons have become more and more distant.
Industry requires greater and greater skills and far more important,
MORE AND MORE EDUCATION.
In mining and metals
The Anaconda Co.
Continually strives to meet ever new challenges in its service to mankind in many ways.
(135)WE'RE ASSURING POWER FOR YOUR FUTURE
In the past decade we have spent $120,000,000 on new plant and property, a good part of which will assure you of power for the future.
Our engineers' drawing boards now hold plans for the lines that will v hisk electricity from the generating plants they'll build ... for you, and your children.
Just give us the opportunity to continue supplying adequate power, and we will.
THE MONTANA POWER COMPANY
( 136)Compliments of
Dillon Dry Goods Merchants
VAUGHN RAGSDALE ★
(137)Complete . . .
RUBBER STAMP SERVICE
TRIBUNE PRINTING AND OFFICE SUPPLY
GREAT FALLS, MONTANA
(138)Keep Your Treasury of Golden Memories in Professional Portraits, Color Prints and Enlargements
Dillon Portrait Studio
Phone MU 3-2741 Dillon, Montana
( 139)State Bank and Trust Company
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
( MO)I960 CHINOOK INDEX
Adams. Charles Ronald Adams. Larry ..........
104. 109 ......104
9, 26. 72, 79
Andersen, Dorothy 19
44. 95. 96. 100
Anderson, Bill 44
Anderson, Karen 34, 59. 70. 72
Armstrong, Jeri 44. 59. 84
60. 61, 62
26. 90. 91. 103, 107
34. 63. 71
Becker. Junella 44. 112
Belanger, Colleen 19. 78
44. 59. 71. 112
34. 72. 103. 107
44. 63. 64. 71
. 34. 59. 63. 69. 70. 102
45. 66. 68
34. 63, 64. 71
. . 45
45, 59. 75
Bull. Fred 45
19. 72. 107
. 45, 95. 96. 100
34. 90. 92
9, 26. 60. 73
26, 60. 62. 61
Cherry, Sydna — 45
34. 63. 102
45. 63. 102
Christensen, Kelley 62
45. 63. 87. 102
46. 63. 102
Coombe. Gary 35
Correa. Rich .....
Cosgriffo. Dick Cowan, Darrel!
Cowdry. Judy .....
Cowdry, Marvin ....
Crum, Gwen ......
........ 79. 90. 92. 103, 105. 107
.....46. 90. 93
............... 46. 63
46. 63. 102
Dahl. Clarence 46
35. 90. 92. 109
46. 86. 90. 92 103. 104
Desjardins. Erma 35. 78. 80. 101
DoVoe. Merle 35. 75
Downing, Louise 35. 63 66
Downing. Mickey 78
Duke, Willard 46
Duncan, Jane 46. 70
Dunlap. Jack 19, 58, 90. 91. 95. 96. 103, 107, 108
Dunlap, Larry 35. 103. 107
Dunn. Patti 46
Duval, Pat 35. 42
Eccleston, Brenda 35, 59. 101
Egan, Pat 35
Egedahl, Raymond 46
EgoJand, John 35. 104
Enman, Myrlo 9. 26. 59. 79 112
Erchul, Jay 47
Erdio, John 47
Fangsrud, Armand 47
Favoro, James 47
Feeney, JoAnn 36 63
Fickler. Ken 104
Field. Bill 47 104
Fisk, Russell 22 103
( 141 }1960 CHINOOK INDEX
Foster, Roy ..........
Fox, Charles M........
Fox, Charles K........
Frantzich, Laverno .... Fredericksen, Mario Freebourn, Harrison
Friend, Anna Belle .. .
Frisbie, Mary Kay ....
Furman, Gladys .......
Gibbons, John .......—
Giles, James .........
.47. 63, 64, 66, 68. 75
............. 36. 84
68 47, 63
.19, 78 27
90, 92 36. 86 47. 70 103
................... 8, 47. 86. 90, 93. 105
9, 27, 66. 67, 68. 72. 73
Gleason, Ed........_.....—............................ 63
Glennie. Pete........................ 20, 79, 103, 104, 107
Goldie. Bon_____________________________ 27, 90, 92. 104
Gordon, Francis ...................................... 71
Graham, Jim ........................................ 109
Gransbery, JoAnn .................. -...................70
Gravely, Linda.................................... 47, 70
Green, Robert ........................................ 47
Groonhock, Judy .... Gregory, Richard ...
Haborstroh, Grace . Hampton, Bonnie ... Hanby, Richard Hancock, Mary Hankins, Lura Nelle
Hanson, Bev .........
Hanson. Marcia Ann
Harrington, Dan .......
Harrington, Mick ...
Harris, Georgia Ann
Hartford, Russell .. Hartman, Duane Hash, Marvin .. Hayden, Matilda Hayes, Lowell
.......... 48, 63, 64
... 48. 90. 93. 104
47. 63. 64, 71
____36. 63. 64
......— 36, 78
27. 90. 91, 104, 107
........... 36. 109
.... 48, 71 .102
Heard, Edward ......
Henninger, Doug Herzog, Sharon Hinton. Betty Hodge, Marlene Holgren, Brian
Holland, Margie ....
Holm, Rita .........
Holman, Sharon .....
Holtet, John .......
Hopper, Virginia Horner, Frances .
Hughes, Joe Hughes, Ronald Hull. Richard (Toad) Hunt, Rosie Hunter, Fern Hutchens, Lauretta Huth, Judy Ihnot, Constance .. Irwin, Duane
Ivins, Gary .......
48. 63. 70
36, 79. 95. 96, 100. 107
Jenkins, Ken —....
Jennings, Russell ... Johnson, Stophen „ Johnson, Verla .. Johnson, Donald . Jonasen, Richard .. Jones, Bernio . Jones, Diann .
Jones, Karen .....
37.59,79,84,112 ............. 95. 96. 100
Kalafatich, Lawrence Koef, James Korlee, Mary Jane Kieckbusch, John .. Kimball, Jim
King. Dan ........
Krompasky, Tom Kristovich, John ....
Lake, Dave .......
Lai, Brij ________
49. 63, 65. 66. 64. 68, 75. 102 37, 63, 65. 102
Lalondo, Marianne Larson, Ina .. Larson, Judy . Larson, James Larson, Robert ... Lawson, Beatrice Layton. Collette . Lehman, Donna Lehner, Alice
t 142)1960 CHINOOK INDEX
38, 70. 79. 112 Nankorvis. Sharon 63
49, 63, 64 51, 63. 65. 70. 90. 93
38. 59. 63. 64. 71. 102 51. 63. 64
49 Nelson, George 22, 95. 96. 100
21. 109 Nicholson, Ed . 109
21, 78 39
49. 84 Norris. Gladys 39. 59. 63. 70. 84. 102. 112
28. 71. 72 Norlh, Steve .. 51
70 Nulliner, Betty 39
28. 74 Nye, Norma 22, 60. 61. 62
21. 104 109 39
50 90, 93. 105 Oliver, Violet 22
28. 74 Olson, Lance 51
38 63 O'Neill, Pat 51. 70
... 50 Opio, James 39. 63. 70. 87, 102
9 28 63 64 72 87 102 Oursland. Albert 18
50 Paige, Duane 51
38 59 69 79 112 Palacios. Ena 39, 59
28 Palmor, Margaret . 51
50. 70 Park, Linda 51
50 Park, Jean 51
50 Parrett, Roy 22. 53. 60. 61. 62. 66. 67. 68. 74
28 Parsons, Marilyn 57. 84. 86
18 Passmore, John 52. 75
22 58 Paullin, Mary 52. 63. 102
50 63 64 66 68 70 Pedersen. Arne 52. 63. 66. 68. 90. 93
38 63. 65, 102 Perogoy, Walter 39. 63. 65. 70
50. 63 104 Perusich, Roberta 52
28, 70 Petersen, Jerry
74 90 91 104 Petersen, William 39
50 95 96 100 Pfau, Ron 8. 39. 70
38 90 92 Phillips. Ray 29. 63. 64. 65. 66. 68. 87. 102
50 90 93. 103 Phipps, Margaret
22, 58. 59 Pierce. Carolyn 78
38 79 90 92 103 Pilon, Eleanor 39. 63
. 29 Plutt, Martin
50 Plutt. Connie 30
38. 63. 102 Pomeroy. Phil 52. 90. 93
38 63 70 Pomeroy, Tom
50 Powell, Lynda 52. 112
29 42 79 90 91 103 Pov ors, John 29. 70
38 95. 97, 100. 107 Powers, Madelyno
50 59 85 112 Pugh. Jerry 23. 74
18 Puyoar, Donald 39. 80. 84
50 63 Ranney, Cecil 39. 107
. 51. 84, 86 Rasmussen, Shirley 39. 63. 71. 102
51 Bebish. Agnes 9. 29. 70. 79. 112
22. 109 Reinwar.d, Jack ..
Morrison, Russell . 38. 60. 61. 62. 63. 65. 66. 68. 72. 73 38 90 92 103 Rennie. Wallace 107
51 Reeves, Peg 29
29 Richards, Stephen ...... 52. 90. 93
51 70 Richwino, Warren
98 89 84 88 70 71 79 107 Robertson. Donna 23. 59. 66. 71. 112
22 66 70 74 Robinson, Phyllis
90 91 85 Rogers. Jeanette 52
Murray, Don 22. 109 Rollman, Darold 29
( 143)1960 CHINOOK INDEX
40 Talcott, Joanne 54. 63
40, 59, 66. 68 69
23, 60, 61. 62. 63. 65, 75 Taylor, John
... 52, 71 41, 79, 85. 90. 92. 103, 107
95. 96. 100
9, 29. 112 54. 63, 71, 75, 102
40. 63. 71 Thiel. Betty 31. 112
40 Thompson, Ellis 54
52 Thompson, Marshall 66. 68
23. 62 18 62
40 105. 109
90, 91, 104 Topley, Charles
Schulz, Vera 23. 62. 72 Townsend, Cody 51
Schrader, Sue..............................40, 63, 64, 71 Troriso, Bonnie 41
Schuchman, Sue ............................... 40, 102 Trott, Jean.........—.......................... 41, 73
. 53. 84 8. 9. 31. 59 86
53. 104 Underwood, Lou 8. 9. 31. 59
74 Vallanco, Darrell 41, 103, 107
9. 29. 90. 92. 105 Van Gildor, Joye .._ 54
53. 90. 92 Varland, Larry . 8. 24. 58. 79. 90. 91, 105. 107
30. 63, 65. 71 Vaughn, Norma
Selvig, Jerry 30, 95. 96, 100, 103, 107 Vicevich, Louis 9. 31
18 Vegas, William 105
„ 30. 104 Vucasovich, Georgiana 54. 66, 68, 70, 75
23 54. 90. 93
30, 60. 70 V agenaar, Wes 107
79 Wallace, Robert 90. 93
. 66. 68. 72 Ward, Margo 41, 70
40, 79. 90. 92. 103 Wardoll, Louise 24
30 Warren. Cecil 41. 95, 96. 100, 103. 109
53 Wearley, Calvin 8. 84
53 Wearley, Lcrna 41, 59, 78. 80. 84. 101
Wearley. Reginald 24, 84. 85
53. 63. 69. 71 Webb, Sally 41, 59
53 Woist, Lois 41, 59. 84
24. 71 Wendel, Gary 54
40. 73 Wenzel, Frank 54. 90. 93
53 West. Mary Ellon 41. 59, 69. 80
West, Richard 54
Stephens, Harriet 24. 60, 62 Westergard, Vic 63, 87, 102 109
30 Wheat, Helen 24, 66, 68
53 112 White, Barry 90, 92
53 White. Sandra 54, 71
Stoner. Margaret .... 24 Whitesitt, Dean — 9, 31
40. 112 Wiklund, Richard ...55,85.90,93 104
40 Williams, Charlotte 41
30, 84 Williams, Ken 41,86
Stoos, Wes Wilson, Lois — 55
30, 73 Wolfe, Mary 55 70
40. 60 61 62 63 78 Wolfe, Margaret 31, 70. 112
Sullivan, Georgeann 9. 30. 66 Wudel, Donna
Sullivan, Joan 53, 70 Wolfgang, Janet
53 Wright, Ed 55 90
24 Yost, Verna 55, 66. 68
Sundling, Ray Young. Floyd Zeller, Ron Zilla, Jo ..
Sutherland, Don 30. 85. 90. 91 9 31
Swan, Ryan 30. 104 Zink, Dale AUTOGRAPHSAUTOGRAPHS”
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