University of Montana Western - Chinook Yearbook (Dillon, MT)

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11962 CHINOOK WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION DILLON, MONTANA presented by THE JUNIOR CLASS VOLUME FIFTY-FOUR (l)AUTOGRAPHS (2)FOREWORD Man is now able to orbit the earth three times in less than five hours. The daily labors which were once physical drudgery have been made easier by automation. Yes, we find ourselves in a rapidly changing world. Yet in this rapidly changing world there are those things which remain the same: the flow of a line of great poetry, the thrilling sight of a masterpiece, the sweet melody of a song, or the drama of a theatrical production. These fine arts are what we remembered as we began this book that is to be a reminder of those days spent in preparation for a future in our changing world. (3)DEDICATION DR. JOE FEATHERS Those of us who have attended Western will remember studying under him. We will remember him for his cooperation and understanding, for his timely jokes, and above and beyond all, for his sincere interest in student activities. It is with these things in mind that we, the CHINOOK staff of 1962, dedicate this book to our friend and instructor, Dr. Joe Feathers, Assistant Professor of Education.PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE As the thoughts of man move into outer space this 1962 Chinook provides a welcome bond with the known and pleasantly familiar. It is in the nature of human beings to want a measure of stability and continuity as they look into the future and uncertainty. May this Chinook provide for each of you a touchstone. JAMES E. SHORT President (7)LOCAL BOARD MEETSTHE 1962 CHINOOK PRESENTED BY EDITOR.....................Karen Bergum ASSOCIATE EDITORS..Jane Duncan, Joe Malletta ART EDITOR......................Roxana Cole BUSINESS MANAGER.......Jeri Lou Armstrong PICTURE EDITOR.............Frances Horner SPORTS EDITORS..Dick Brundage, John Sullivan CORRESPONDENCE..................Janice Hart ASSISTANTS....Armand Fangsrud, Dick Walker, Ted Richardson PRESIDENT OF JR. CLASS.....Dick Brundage SPONSOR.............Miss Blanche McManus EDITOR: Karen Bergum SPONSOR: Miss McManus (9)THE STUDENT COUNCIL Left to right, seated: Shirley Smith, Ron Kovich, Shirley Webb, Dick Brundage, Ken McLean. Lelt to right, standing: Mr. J. Garry, Morlo DcVoo, Mr. W. Bluer. Tho Studont Council, consisting of the student body president, the studont body secretary-treasurer, the four class presidents, and tho collego president ex-officio, is the center of student-sponsored activity at Western. This group puts into effect student ideas by planning a well-rounded program for those attending Western. The more important projects this year were the fall quarter Big-Brother. Big-Slstor program for freshmen, the Homecoming parade, Vodvil. and the college blood drawing. COLLEGE UNION BOARD Left to right, seated: Ronda Brown, Miss G. Mathows, Miss P. Warcup. Shirley Webb, Dr. Feathers. Left to right, standing: Dick Brundago, Mr. T. Cypher, Mr. G. McCormick. Merle DeVoe, and Dick Jonason. The College Union Board is tho committeo at Western which combines faculty and student members on a basis of equal representation in working with student affairs. This board provides entertainmont and enrichment for students through disbursement of student funds. Four subcommittees are organized to achieve the above objective. Those are as follows: Social and Dance, House and Hospitality. Games and Recreation, and Cultural. Somo of their projects and activities this year were acquisition of new furniture for the lounge in the Student Union Building, an art exhibit, a coffee hour featuring convention reports, and student entertainment in the form of dances and movies. (10)AUTOGRAPHS (12)GENEVIEVE ALBERTSON FACULTY GENEVIEVE ALBERTSON Profossor of English B.A., Montana State Univ.; M.A.. Columbia Univ.; Graduate Study. Univ. of Washington, Univ. of London. CLAY ANDERS Assistant Professor in Industrial Arts B.S.. M.S.. Montana Stato College. CLAY ANDERS STELLA G. BJERRUM Instructor in Pine Arts B.S., Univ. of Minnesota; Graduate Study, Univ. of Minnesota. Art Institute of Chicago, Art Institute of St. Paul. STELLA G. BIERRUM CLARABEL BOGUT College Nurse R.N., Montana Deaconess Hospital. CLARABEL BOGUT WESLEY CASPERS Dean of Education Director of Summer School B.S.. State Teachers College. Superior. Wise. M.S.. California Institute of Technology; M.A.. Ph.D., Univ. of Minnesota. WESLEY CASPERS DANIEL BLOCK Instructor in Biological Science B.S.. M.S., Montana State Univorsity. DANIEL BLOCK WILLIAM BRUER Associate Professor of Education. Director of Correspondence Study and Placement B.S., Nebraska State Teachers College; M.A., Colorado Stato College of Education; Graduate Study. Montana State College. WILLIAM BRUER EDWARD A. CEBULL Professor of English B.E.. Western Montana College of Education: M.A., Montana State Univ.; Graduate Study, Univ. of California. EDWARD A. CEBULL (13)FACULTY JOHN R. CUMMING Assoc. Prof. of Education B.B.A., Univ. of Minnesota; M.Ed.. Ph.D.. Univ. of Washington. TERRANCE R. CYPHER Assoclato Profossor in Mathematics B.S.. M.S., MSC. JOHN R. CUMMING TERRANCE R. CYPHER STANLEY R. DAVISON MARY B. EMERICK LOUISE FARRIS Registrar-Secretary JOSEPH FEATHERS Asst. Prof, of Education B.A., Wilamette Univ.; M.S., Ph.D., University of Washington. MAX FEUERSTACK HELEN FORMOS STANLEY R. DAVISON Assistant Professor of Social Studies B.A., M.A., MSU; Ph.D.. Univ. of California. MARY B. EMERICK Professor of Fine Art B.A.. Univ. of Washington; M.A., Columbia University; Graduate Study. Chouinard Institute of Art, Univ. of California. University of Southern California. LOUISE FARRIS MAX FEUERSTACK Instructor in German Univ. of Gcttingon. Prussia; B.A., Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary. JOSEPH FEATHERS HELEN FORMOS Assoc. Prof, of English B.A.. M.A., MSU; Graduate Study. Middle-bury College. University of California. University of Oregon. (M FACULTY HELEN GALLAGHER Sec'y to the President JOHN C. GARRY Assistant Professor of Business Education B.B.A., B.S., M.A., Univ. of Minnesota; Graduate Study. Univ. of N.D. HELEN GALLAGHER DOROTHY GELHAUS Librarian B.A., B.S. in Library Science, Univ. of Wash. DOROTHY GELHAUS JOHN C. GARRY FRANK HOEY Instructor in Physical Education B.S., MSC. FRANK HOEY VIOLA HOLTER VIOLA HOLTER Bookkeeper RALPH KNEELAND Assoc. Prof, of Education B. S. Ed.. Kirksville State Teachers Collego; C. Ed.. MSU: Graduate Study, Oregon State College. RALPH KNEELAND BRINTON JACKSON Assistant Prof, of Music B.M.E., MSU: M.A.. Columbia University. WILLIAM MALLINSON WILLIAM MALLINSON Business Manager Liverpool Institute; Skerry's College. Liverpool. Eng. BRINTON JACKSON (15)GEORGIA MATHEWS RALPH McFADDEN Professor of Music A.A.M.. Dana Music Inst.; Graduato. Instituto of Musical Art of Julliard School; M.M., American Conservatory of Music. IVA LEA ORR JOE C. RYBURN Assistant Prof, of English B.E., Western Montana College of Education; M.A.. University of Donver; Graduate Study, Univ. of Washington, University of Denver. FACULTY GEORGIA MATHEWS Dean of Women GEORGE McCORMICK Dean of Mon Instructor in Physical Education; Football Coach; B.A.. M.E.. MSC. GEORGE McCORMICK BLANCHE McMANUS Assistant Prof, of English B.E., Western Montana Col-logo of Education; M.A., Univ. of Washington. RALPH McFADDEN IVA LEA ORR Assistant to the Librarian BLANCHE McMANUS PAUL O. PICTON Registrar 3.A., Stato Teachers College. Dickinson, N.D.: M.A., MSU. PAUL O. PICTON LILLIAN H. SEYMOUR Asst. Prof, of Education B.S., M.S., Eastern Montana College of Education. LILLIAN H. SEYMOUR (16)FACULTY HOWARD SMITH DALE TASH Assoc. Professor of Social Studies B.S., Western Montana College of Education; M.A.. MSU; Graduate Study. Univ. of Colorado, MSC. HOWARD SMITH Asscciato Prof, of Physical Science B.S., M.S.. Graduato Study. MSC. DALE TASH WILLIAM STRAUGH Prof, of Physical Education Athletic Director B.E.. Western Montana Col-lego of Education; M.E., MSU; Graduate Study. Univ. of California. MSU. LAURENCE WALKER WILLIAM STRAUGH LAURENCE WALKER Assoc. Prof, of Education B.A.. Intermountain Union College; M.A.. Columbia Univ.; Graduate Study, MSU. Colorado State College. PATRICIA A. WARCUP PATRICIA A. WARCUP Asst. Professor of Physical Education B.S.. M.S.. Univ. of N.D. MARGARET WARREN Instructor in English B.E., Univ. of Colorado. MARGARET WARREN DAVID WILSON Instructor in Music A.B., Jamestown Collego, Jamestown, N.D. (17) DAVID WILSONAUTOGRAPHS (18)AUTOGRAPHS (20)ROBERT M. BANKS Dillon JACK COATES Dillon MASTER'S DEGREE 1962 NOAH L. NUTTER Kettle Falls, Wash. WORKING ON THE MASTER'S DEGREE (21) GLORIA STEVENSON Great FallsTORREY LODGECLASS OF 1962 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS KENNETH McLEAN President SANDRA CONOVER Secretary-T reasurer DON MERO Vice President (23)CLASS OF DONNA ANDREASEN Dillon DOUGLAS BOEHME Butte KIZZIE BROWN Dillon GERALD BENNETT Ronan MARY ELLEN BOUMA Choteau FRED V. BULL Butte RUSSELL BLACK Dodson DIANE BRADSHAW Plains WILLIAM P. CARNEY Boise, Idaho HARRY CASEY Dillon (25)SENIOR JANET CLEMANS Dillon SANDRA CONOVER Dillon ERMA DESJARDINS Butt© JOHN C. CONNELLY Butte MARVIN COWDREY Dillon MERLE DeVOE Moiese CLASS i AGNES E. CONNELLY Butte HUBERT A. DEGLOW Columbia Falls JOHN G. DONOVAN Dillon (26) LAURENCE DUNLAP LivingstonCLASS OF JoANN FEENEY Butte ALMER J. HALVERSON Whitehall RICHARD HANBY Butte JOHN HARRINGTON Butte BARBARA GOLDEN Dillon MARVIN HASH Butte VICTOR BEN GOLDIE Deer Lodge GARY HANNON Darby RALPH HOCKING Butte ALLAN HOPPER Three Forks (27)SENIOR CLASS THOMAS HOYER Jackson RODGER NEIL KENT Ennis JANICE LaVALLEY Fairfield RICHARD HULL Deer Lodge JESSE KIBBEE Valier ROBERT G. LYNCH Butte KEN JENKINS Belgrade LARRY KIECKBUSCH Townsend SANDY MARTINSEN Butte (28) KENNETH McLEAN AugustaCLASS OF 1962 WINONA G. McMANNIS Dillon MAIER MILLER Big Timber CYNTHIA G. OGREN Helena HAZEL MEAD Helena RUSSELL MORRISON Butte IVA LEA ORR Dillon DONALD MERO Kalispell JOE E. MORSTEIN Butte RICH OWINGS Butte RONALD PFAU Stevensville (29)SENIOR CLASS MARGARET PYEATT Dillon JERRY H. SELVIG Thompson Falls DONALD SUTHERLAND Kalispell EARL SAGER Anaconda RICHARD STEADMAN Butte BILL W. TAYLOR Great Falls ROBERT SAWYER Dillon DEAN STROH Townsend DARRELL VALLANCE Dillon (30) MARGARET WALKER DillonCLASS OF 1962 LORNA WEARLEY Augusta CECIL L. WARREN Liberty, Missouri MILDRED WHEAT Fairbanks, Alaska JOHN JAY WHITMAN West Yellowstone MAE YOUNG Butte (31 )AUTOGRAPHS (32)CLASS OF 1963 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS DICK BRUNDAGE President KAREN BERGUM Secretary-T reasurer RICH CORREA Vice President (33)c-(jpRE M AC • Y J tV f r h. 1961WC5T OVERPOWERS l'AST — h 1JERI LOU ARMSTRONG Pendroy NATHALIE ATKINS Dillon CLASS OF 1963 JOSEPH AYERS Butte VERLA BOETTICHER Dillon RONDA BROWN Lima RUSSELL BRAZILL RICHARD BRUNDAGE Ephrata, Washington Dillon JoANN ARVISH Dillon KAREN BERGUM Helena SHARON BOOTH AnacondaOLIVE CAIN Tcston LESLIE CHAPIN Kalispell GENEESE CONOVER Dillon (36) JUNIOR CLASS PEGGY CHRISTMAN Brady RICHARD CORREA Stevensville SHAWN DAVIS Whitehall CLARENCE DAHL Anaconda GEORGE DELANEY St. Ignatius JAMES CAVANAUGH Butto ROXANA COLE Plains SARI ANN CROWLEY HelenaGLADYS EDMISTON Sheridan ARMAND FANGSRUD Ronan JACK GILLESPIE Helena JANICE HART HelenaARLENE HARVEY Dillon TOM HENDERSON Butte DICK JONASEN St. Ignatius HAROLD KNODEL Bozeman JUNIOR CLASS ALICE HILGERS Anaconda GERALD JONES Dillon GERTRUDE KUTZ Libby NORMAN HEATH Superior FRANCES HORNER Ronan THOMAS JONES Ennis JIM LARSON StovonsvilleSANG LEW Willows, California LARRY LOVE Ennis Charles McCarthy Anaconda CLASS OF 1963 JOE D. MALLETTA Shelby MIKE McOUIRK Great Falls GEORGE NIEWOEHNER White Sulphur Springs GERTA MULAR Dillon STEVE NORTH Plains JEAN LINDQUIST Poplar ROLAND MAW Whitehall DICK MENTI Great Falls (39)MARY PAULLIN St. Regis JEANETTE ROGERS Holona LLOYD SHUMAN Wolf Point JUNIOR CLASS ALVIN RONNEBERG Big Timber JEAN SK1LLMAN Wilsall JOHN SULLIVAN Butte GEORGE STEPHENS Libby ORVIL THOMPSON Ennis PHILIP POMEROY Garrison WARD SCOFF!ELD Townsend SALLY SMITH EnnisSHARON VALLANCE Dillon DON WILHELM Seattle. Washington CLASS OF 1963 BARBARA WORRING Butte DALE ZINK Dillon SANDRA WHITE Hamilton ED WRIGHT White Sulphur Springs (42) BOB MALYEVAC Butte HAROLD MUGAAS Dillonautographs (42) CLASS OF 1964 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS RON KOVICH President TONYA GUSTAFSON Secretary-T reasurer RICK CADIEUX Vice President M3) 1AMCLASS OF JACK ANDERSON Power ANTON BARONE Savage CAROL BRAUN Helena RICHARD CADIEUX Anaconda MARY BACON Wise Rivor JOEL BARRY Butte IUDY BILANT Whitefish BONNIE BECK Anaconda JAMES BURGESS Dillon ROBERT BURK Stryker LORAN BARNIER Deer Lodge BONITA BOWDEN Butte DAN BURKE Butte MARY CARNEY Boise, Idaho (45)SOPHOMORE ED CARPITA Dillon CLARK CONROW Sheridan GARY CRUSON Townsend CAROL ELLIOT Missoula RODNEY CHURCHWELL Livingston KEN COPE Great Falls BILL DONOVAN Butte ROBERT CLARK Butto DAN CORCORAN Ronan RAYE DUROCHER Cut Bank CLASS LES COMER Belgrade GLORIA CROOKER Butte IRVIN DUST Post Falls, Idaho HENRY ELLIOT Missoula (46)CLASS OF L1NEA FAVERO Butte GERALD HEIKKALA Chester FERN HUGHES Choteau JOHN JOSE Butte LINDA FOOTE Butto BILL HERBOLICH Anaconda SANDY HUNGERFORD Butte WILLIAM FOWLER Libby LAWRENCE HODGSON Cut Bank H SHIRLEY HUNTER Fort Benton 1964 TONYA GUSTAFSON Butto SALLY HOYE Columbia Falls THOMAS JENKINS Butte NANCY KELLY Butte (47)SOPHOMORE CLASS JUDE KELLY St. Ignatius RON KUECKS Butte FRANK LAVINDER Townsend IRENE LEWIS Butte RON KENDALL Anaconda JANET LALONDE Anaconda PATTI LEE Deer Lodgo RON KOVICH But to RON LANE Three Forks CAROL LEMON Three Forks ROBERT KOVACICH Butte ANN LaROOUE Kalispell CHRIS LENARZ Euroka LESLIE LINEHART Butte (48)CLASS OF JOHN LONG Thompson Falls SUZANNE LITEL Bozeman I ALLEN LUNDBORG Townsond JOSEPH MASOLO Butte LORENE MILLER Dillon DARLENE NEVILLE Ennis WALTER LUCERO Augusta SAUNDRA MATTSON Butte JUDY MURRISH Anaconda LEVINA LUCHETTI Dillon JIM MEE Ranscy SUSAN NELSON Cut Bank BOB NIELSEN Anaconda «9)SOPHOMORE CLASS HUGH OULLETTE Butte JoANNE POPHAM Corvallis JUDY POMEROY Garrison TED RICHARDSON Plains PATRICIA RAYMOND Helena PHYLLIS SCHIMPF Helena LARRY PAISLEY Babb CORAL POWELL Whitehall JOANN SANDERS Harlowton EARL PETERSON Twin Bridgos PEGGY RALSTON Hamilton GAIL SCHEIFFLE Phillipsburg DENNIS SCHMAUCH Dillon (50)CLASS OF CAROL SCHOONOVER Poison GLEN SHERON But!© DUANE SIMON Dillon DEAN STATON Anaconda TRUDY SCHOPFER Whitehall HELEN SIBLEY Whit© Sulphur Springs LAURIE SIZEMORE Poison (51 )SOPHOMORE SANDRA SUMNER Livingston RUTH TRUCKNER Missoula SHIRLEY WEBB Butt© DON TASH Whitehall DONNA THOMAS Anaconda RUSS TYSDALE Dillon SVEN VOLL Anaconda SHIRLEY WEBBER Plains LEONA WILBER Missoula CLASS MARY ELLEN TRUCKNER Missoula DICK WALKER Cut Bank JIM WILLIAMS Conrad (52) ED ZINK DillonCLASS OF 1965 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS JIM BENNETTS President SHIRLEY SMITH HOWARD WHITE Secretary-Treasurer Vice President (53)ARLENE ANDERSON Anaconda ROBERT ARROTTA Augusta RONALD BENNETT Alberton CLASS SHARON ANDERSON Missoula ELLEN BACON V iso River DIANA BOWDEN Corvallis DOUGLAS BROWN But to OF 1965 MARVIN ANDERSON Wilsall GENE BAKER Whitohall ROBERT BROCKMAN Anaconda LILLIAN BROWN Poison THOMAS ANDERSON Whitehall JIM BENNETTS Whitehall GLEN BROOKHART Bczoman (5S)KATHLEEN BUCK Ho! Springs MYRNA BURROUGHS Broadview ELDON CHAPMAN White Sulphur Springs (56) FRESHMAN CLASS LARRY BUCKLEY Butte WAYNE BULL Butt© DORIS CANTRELL Lima ROBERTA CARLIN Butte ■ STEVE CLAIRMONT Dixon CHARLES CLARK Sheridan FRED COBELL Browning KAREN COLEMAN Cut Bank ROBERT BURNS Butte CHARLES CARVER Fort Benton EILEEN CLARK Salmon. IdahoLeROY COOK Potomac KEITH CRUM Anaconda GEORGIA DAVISON Fort Benton CLASS NANCY COATES Dillon JOHN CUNLIFFE Butte JERRY DELANEY St. Ignatius BARRY DeMOTTS Milton Freewater. Oregon OF 1965 CAROL CAREY Sheridan ROBERTA DALY Anaconda MIKE DELANEY Butte CON DENNEHY Butte JAMES COSTELLO Kalispoll WAYNE DUROCHER Cut Bank TOM DeMAROIS AnacondaHELEN DINGMANN Clear Lake. Minnesota GARY DREIKOSEN Augusta BOB FRANK Whitehall FRESHMAN CLASS VIRGIL DIXON Dillon DON DOUGLAS Sheridan MARY JO ESTES Alberton DENNIS FISHER Great Falls SANDRA FRAZIER Twin Bridges PAULETTE FRAZER Anaconda JEANETTE FRIEND Deer Lodge CAROL FRENCH Plains RICHARD DOYLE North Bend, Oregon LaRAE FOSTER Lima WAYNE FREDRICKSON AnacondaDAN FRENCH Plains ED GATELY Walkerville MAUREEN GIBNEY Kalispell CLASS OF 1965 MICHELE FROST Eureka JIM FUNK Sheridan JACK GEHRING Libby MIKE GERDES Spokane. Washington LYNN GUSTAFSON Alberton NORMA HALL Helena JUNIE HANLEY Butte BILL HANSEN Deer Lodge LORENA GARVEY Anaconda CONNIE GIBBONS Alberton ROSEMARY HAMILTON Trout Creek 159)GIL HANSEN Ennis MARION HASH But'.© RAY HILL Mt. Shasta, California FRESHMAN CLASS SHIRLEY JEAN HANSON Belgrade SUSIE HAUG Clyde Park CHARLES HOLLENSTEINER Dillon SUSAN HARRINGTON Deer Lodgo SPENCER HEGSTAD Butte ROBERT HOLMAN Butte JAMES HUNTER Fort Benton ROBERT JACKSON Whitehall KEN HASH Butte GARRY HELLYER Belgrade SUE HUNDAHL KalispellKAREN JENSON St. Ignatius JOAN JONASEN St. Ignatius GLENDA KENDALL Thompson Falls CLASS OF 1965 SALLY JO JESSEN Butte FAYE JOHANSON Missoula WILLIAM KEEF Butte CAROL KELLY Butte LETHA KLOKER Anaconda MIKE LANE Throe Forks DWAIN LAVINDER Townsond CHARLES LESTER Butto CHARLES JOHNS North Bend, Oregon JANE KEMPER Anaconda AMBER LAPHAM Jackson (61)JOHN LEWIS Helena JEANETTE MacDONALD Butte GEORGE MARTIN Milton-Freowater. Oregon (62) FRESHMAN CLASS BEVERLY LOCKWOOD Ronan BEVERLY LOVELL Dillon DORENE MAGERA Hot Springs RON MAGSTADT Kalispell DONNA MASON Superior LARRY McCAULEY Boulder JOHN LYNDES Helena DICK M A RONEY Kalispell martin McCarthy Anaconda MYRON McCLURE Deer LodgeCLASS don McConnell Ronan PEGGY McENANEY Helena SHARLENE McLEOD Ar'.ee LaVON McCURDY Lima MARGARET McGEE Whitehall KATHRYN McMAHON Anaconda ALBERT MEEDS Lima OF 1965 fred McDonald Anaconda beth McDonald Dillon berna McKinney Hamilton GARY McMORRIS Sidney DENNIS MILLER Radersburg JOHN McHUGH Butte ■■■ JACK McMURCHY Dillon (63)SHARON MITTON Drummond CLIFF NEIGHBOR Harlowton TERRY ODEGARD Chester (M ) FRESHMAN CLASS BETTY MOEN Butte LAURIE NELSON Valier DONNA MONROE Deer Lodgo JUDIE NICHOLS Sheridan JOAN O'HALLORAN Clyde Park SISSEL OIESTAD Big Timber CAROL PALMER Missoula GORDON PAULY Corvallis DEVA MUNRO Kalispell RONALD NYE Twin Bridges PATSY PAIGE Twin BridgesELBERT PHIPPS Winnelt FRANCES RAUDSEP Victor CHUM ROESTT Butte CLASS CHRISTINE POLI Anaconda IUDY RAY Burlingame. California JOE RICH Butte OF 1965 PAT POLLARD Butte FRANKLIN RAZE Willistcn, North Dakota AL RIEKER Boulder HERMAN ROESTT Butte EVE ANN RASOR Anaconda BILL REBISH Dillon BILLIE JEAN RIES ButteJOHN ROGERS Bull© DALE SALMEN Lincoln BARBARA SCHUETZE Wolf Point FRESHMAN CLASS ROBERT ROWLING Butt© MARY ANN ROWE Kallsp«ll LARRY SALMONSEN Livingston MARGARET SALSTROM Dillon ROSALIE SEAMAN Chinook CAROL SELBY Twin Bridgos SUSIE SHAW JIM SHEA Whitehall Butt© JOAN RUCKWORDT Anaconda DOREEN SCAMMON St. Ignatius DAN SEYMOUR Butt©RICHARD SHEPHARD Jackson LINDA SMITH Drummond KARIN SOYLAND Dillon CLASS OF 1965 TWYLA SIBLEY Whit© Sulphur Springs JANICE SLOAN Anaconda SANDRA SMITH Poison SHIRLEY SMITH Whit©fish EDWARD SPARKS Butt© MELVYN SPROUT Ennis JOAN STEADMAN Butt© MARYELLEN STEPHENS Wisdom JERRY SMITH Libby DONNA SMOLLOCK Anaconda JILL STANFORD Twin BridgesPHYLLIS STEVENS Kalispell RUTH SUTTON Marion JOHN TOBIN Helena FRESHMAN CLASS GEORGE STOLTZ Valior BOB SULLIVAN Anaconda NANCY TOLLEFSON Poison ROBERT TYSDAL Dillon ALLEN VOYTOSKI Groat Falls ELAINE WAKEFIELD Butte JAMES SUMNER Livingston JUDY TERRY Victor JUDY VEDAVOTTI ButteROSE MARIE WALES Helmvlllo JUDY WELSH Whiiefish STEVE WOGAMON Toston OF 1965 JAMES WALSH Anaconda CLASS VELMA WALLACE Leadore, Idaho KAREN WESTON Three Forks HOWARD WHITE Townsend RAYMOND WEBSTER Dillon THOMAS WHITE Anaconda LANELL WORTMAN Sievensville (69)DILLOMTCOGRkYHS AUTOGRAPHS (74)WHO'S WHO Ten Seniors were chosen this year to represent Western in WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS in AMERICAN COLLEGES and UNIVERSITIES. The ten were chosen on the basis of scholarship, personality, and participation in extracurricular activities. EILEEN CONNELLY — Eileen entered the halls of Western in 1959 and completed her college career in three years. As an active and dependable student about campus, she belongs to Newman Club and Chanticleers, is a top bowler, and works as a textbook librarian. She has been the recipient of two Honor Scholarships and the AAUW Scholarship Award for 1961. ERMA DESJARDINS — Erma in her four-year stay at Western has been actively engaged in making it a better college. She was vice-president of KZN and president of PEMM. She is a member of WRA, Newman Club, and has been a cheerleader for three years. In the spring of 1961 Erma tap danced her way to the crown of Miss Western during Vodvil. MERLE DEVOE — As a climax to a successful college career. Merle held the office of Student Body President the past year. During his years here Merle has brought recognition to Western through his participation in the fields of oratory and debate. In 1959 he was state oratory champion and took third place at a tournament in McMinnville, Oregon, in 1960. In June of this year Merle will represent Montana at the National Collegiate Council for the United Nations, which is held in New York. JOHN LEO HARRINGTON — "Mick' , as he is called about campus, starred on Western's baseball team all four years and was its team co-captain last year. ''Mick'' is a member of "M" Club and the president of the Chanticleer Club. He has been active in the English field and had the distinction of being the first to receive the Genevieve Albertson Scholarship Award given to an outstanding student majoring in English. (75)(76) ROBERT G. LYNCH — In addition to maintaining an outstanding scholastic record. Bob has been active in extra-curricular activities. He is a member of Newman Club and Chanticleer Club. He has been on the staff of the Wescolite for the past two years. During his college career he has received The Daughters of American Colonists Award and Phi Delta Kappa Man of the Year Award. SANDY MARTINSEN Sandy is one of the students who is always on the go. She has been active in many campus organizations. She was on the executive board and vice-president of WRA. Sandy has been secretary of SEA, student council secretary-treasurer and KZN president. In her four years at Western she has been the recipient of two Honor Scholarships and the Butte layceen Award. MAIER MILLER — Maier is best known for his ability on the hardwood and also on the cinders. He does equally well in the academic world. During his four-year stay at Western, "Skinner”, as he is called around campus, has been active in many campus organizations. He is this year's president of "M" Club. RICHARD STEADMAN — Richard is known by all for his work as editor of the Wescolite and his performance in the college plays. While maintaining a high scholastic record he has participated in many extra-curricular activities including Gargoyle Club, Chanticleer Club, Science and Math Club, and SEA. Richard has received the "500" Club Scholarship. Honor Scholarships, Elks Leadership Scholarship, and the Greater University Scholarship given by the Butte Rotary. JERRY SELVIG — This is Jerry's second year in the ranks of WHO'S WHO. Jerry is recognized for his participation in the athletic program here at Western. To round off his college life he has participated in many other extra-curricular activities. Last year he was selected to the first team, all-conference in basketball, and he also qualified for the nationals in track. CECIL WARREN — "Cece" represents Western on the athletic field as well as the scholastic field. He is a member of the first team, all-conference basketball, and he represents Western on the baseball diamond. He has been president of "M" Club. This year Cecil is a member of the Student Affairs Committee and is active in the SEA.ART CLUB Lelt to right, sooted: Jeanette Rogor«, Sandy Hungerford, Barbara Worring, Lorene Miller. Left to right, second row: Sandra White, Gay McMannls, Jean Sktllman, Deva Munro, Roxana Cole, Linda Smith, Michele Frost. Joan Steadman. Left to right, third row: Linda Foote, Tonya Gustafson, Russell Morrison, Elbert Phipps, Harold Campbell, Duane Simon, and Judy Bilant. The Art Gub is a busy organization interested in helping the art-interestod student use his talents for beneficial projects. These projects have not only the best interests of the club in mind but also those of the school. Throughout the school year the club members work together to finance their club through sales and to culminate their activities with a banquet in the Spring Quarter. One of the projects this year was the making of cheese boards with a Scandinavian design painted on one side. A giant-sized bulldog head was made by the club for their float in the Homecoming parade. This bulldog head was worn by a club member who was painting a picture of the spattered Eastern Yellow Jackets. The theme for the banquet this year was North American Indians and Their Art. The Sportsman Lodge in Ennis was the scene of the banquet. An atmosphere of the Indian was produced by picturos, exhibits, and suitable table decorations. Mr. William Howard, Director of Indian Education, was the speaker for the banquet. The officers for this year were as follows: Jeanette Rogers, president; Lorene Miller, vice president; Sandra Hungerford, secretary; and Barbara Worring. treasurer. Mrs. Mary B. Emerick is the Art Gub sponsor. KAPPA PI Kappa Pi, a nationwide organization, was organized on Western's campus in 1937. The namo of tho chapter is Omicron. The purpose of tho fraternal organization is to bring together a group of students who have artistic interests and uphold high ideals of liberal education. It aims to bring to the minds of other students the finer points of life by sponsoring exhibits. Last Spring quartor they sponsored the Segy African Art exhibit and two college exhibits, one of water colors and the other of oils. The group was invited to attend the Art Club banquet at which time Marion Bartlett was asked to join the group. The officers for this year are as follows: president, Sandra White; vice president, Iva Lea Orr; secretary. Jeanette Rogers; and treasurer, Judy Bilant. The sponsor, Mrs. Mary B. Emerick, is a life-time member of Kappa Pi. (78)WESTERN'S BAND Lett to right. Iwrmt row: Jim Moe, Judy Gioonheck, Mary Bacon. Doroon Scammon, Mr. Wilson. Loft to right, second row: Marvin Anderson, Djck Maroney, Judy Welsh. Shirley Smith. Ron Woaver. Left to right, third row: Myrna Burroughs and Sandra Frazier. Under the direction of Mr. Wilson, the band has played for home basketball games supporting the team by adding school spirit and enthusiasm. During the "Go Western" basketball game, the band provided the music for the half-time show presented by Western's Drill Team. (79)CHORUS In the spring of 1961 the main project of the chorus was the presentation of the musical comedy, "The King and I." This winter the chorus presented a concert of Mendelssohn's oratorio. "Elijah." There were numerous chorale numbers, solos, and duets. Soloists were Gerry Heikkla, Deane Cowan, Verla Boetticher, E. C. Townsend, Tony Bramsman, and Jean Lindquist. To fill out the year the chorus plans to present "Li'l Abner" in May and a selection for Baccalaureate in June. The chorus is directed by Mr. Brinton Jackson. The accompanist is Mr. Ralph McFadden. Left to right, seated: M. Hash. E. A. Ardisson. T. Jenkins. E. C. Townsend. P. Paige, E. Clark, E. Bramsman, S. Harrington. M. Fryberger. K. Bergum. S. Vallance. V. Boetticher. G. Hcikkila, M. McQuirk. T. Richardson, J. Anderson. G. Galloway. Left to right, second row: Mr. McFadden. T. Bramsman. L. Chaffin. B. Tysdal. S. Frazier, B. Beck. B. Stramere, J. Kelly. D. Neville. G. Davison. V. Wallace, C. Carver, R. Bennett. B. Fowler, J. Stoner. R. Morrison, Mr. Jackson. Left to nght. third row: C. Carney. L. Miller, C. Braun. J. Feeney, J. Lindquist. S. Nelson. M. Bacon. R. Durocher. J. Murnsh. C. Lemon. G. Schieffle. K. Buck, T. Gustafson. J. Greenheck. R. Caspers. Left to right, fourth row: J. Sanders. S. Weber. P. McEnaney, J. Hanson, E. Rasor. V. Deputy, B. Stokes, A. Anderson. C. Pali, J. LaVailey. B. Scofield. P. Frazer, and R. Carlin. The "King and I." a musical comedy based on Margaret London's book, Anna and the King of Siam, was presented by the college in the spring of 1961. The musical drama depicted the life of a school teacher and her son in the Oriental court of Siam during the 1860's. The cast of seventy people was under the direction of Mr. Brinton Jackson, Mr. Ralph McFadden, Mr. Joe Ryburn, and Miss Patricia Warcup. (81)SCENES FROM THE "KING AND I (82)GARGOYLES On tho floor, Nathalie Atkins. Ir. Loft to right, sooted: Jean Crooker, Paulette Fraser. Judy Groonhock, LaVon McCurdy, Phyllis Stevens. Ronda Brown. Linea Favero, Nathalie Atkins. Mary Ellen Bouma. Left to right, standing: Mr. Rybum, Ron Kovlch, Robert Lunch, Howard White. Morgan Hall. Tony Barone, Russell Morrison. Joe Malletta, and Richard Stoadman. The Gargoyle Club is Western's dramatic society which strives to seok out and devolop dramatic ability. This organization was formed in 1923 to encourage dramatic activity and to reward members of unusual merit. Those with outstanding ability are eligible for membership in a national honor society. Tho Order of the Jeweled Masque. The Gargoyles take an active part in the presentation of all school productions. Another project for the club this yoar was the sponsorship of tho University Masquers' production of HENRY IV. given in the college auditorium March 28, 1962. PLAYS SEE HOW THEY RUN. a light comedy, was presented by the students attending summer school. 1961. THE BAD SEED, a moving drama by Maxwell Anderson. was presented fall quarter. 1961. A MAJORITY OF ONE. Leonard Spigelgass' popular three-act comedy was presented during winter quarter, 1962.SEE HOW THEY RUN (84)CHANTICLEERS Left to right, seated: JoAnn Feeney. Mary Ellen Bouma, Eiloon Connelly. Mary Paullin. Jane Duncan. lanice Hart. Russell Morrison. Lett to right, standing: Charles Connolly. Doan Stroh, John Harrington, Norman Heath, Bob Malyovac, A1 Ronneborg, Richard Steadman, Armand Fangsrud, and John Sullivan. The principal function of the Chanticleer Club Is to promoto intorest in Journalism at Western and to assist with the publication of tho Wescollte. To become a member of Chanticleers one must work on the Wescollte or the Chinook, or tako journalism one quarter, and thon be initiated by the members into tho club. The officers this year are John Harrington, president; Eileen Connolly, vicepresidont; Lynn Giles, secretary-treasurer; and Miss McManus, sponsor. NATHALIE ATKINS MATRIX The Matrix is an honorary society within the Chanticleer Club. Membership is reserved for those who distinguish themselves in journalism or who serve either of Western's publications faithfully. JERRY BENNETT RUSSELL MORRISON RICHARD STEADMAN (85)Vol. XL. No. 3 Western Montana College of Education Wednesday, October 17, 1961 Loft to right, seated: Rick Cadioux. Bob Kovacich, Norman Heath. Left to right, standing: Miss Blanche McManus, LaVon McCurdy. Russell Morrison. Linda Foote. Jane Duncan. Janice Hart, Armand Fangsrud, Chuck Connelly. Dan Burke. Don McConnell. Bob Malyevac, Joe Mallotta. and Eileen Connelly. (86)WMCE FORENSIC ASSOCIATION Although the year 1961-1962 was not an active one for members of the WMCE Forensic Association, competitively speaking, the 15 members who became members of the Organization during the Autumn Quarter maintained a high level of interest in the speech activities which comprise the corpus of the group's work. Several of the older, more experienced members did not return to Western; consequently, the activit-e were planned and guided throughout the year by such stalwart speech students as Joe Ayres, Merle DeVoe, and Armand Fangsrud. As this Chinook gees to press, the members of the Association will havo participated in only one tournament, the Montana State Speech Tournament, which was held at the Montana School of Mines in Butte on March 30 and 31. They also look forward to participating intercollegiately in the annual Tau Kappa Alpha Regional Speech Tournament to be hold at Montana State University during the last weekend in April. During the latter part of the 1960-1961 season Bill White won the Montana state championship in extemporaneous speaking. In addition. Western's representatives to the State Speech Tournamont hold in Missoula were in tho finals in every major speech activity. Later in April, Joe Hughes was a finalist in interpretative reading at the TKA Tournamont also at Missoula. Forensic members continued to present programs at service and civic groups in Dillon, as well as to present speech critiques for the benefit of various high school speech organ.zations. Merle DeVce’s essay, a former oration, ontitled "Man, Nature, and Materialism" was submitted to the publishers of tho National College Magazine, which accepted it for publication in tho January. 1962, issue. The prize-winning oration was judged the best article in the issue, and Morle was awarded $100.00 for his efforts. Tho Association is particularly interested in the development of a record library for members, and during the year the group acquired a stereophonic phonograph and a number of valuable speech records which form the core of this effort. A campus oratorical contost is presently being planned for later in the Spring Quarter. Tho group also looks forward to its annual Association banquet and to its picnic, highlights of the speech yoar. Bill White was presented with the Sponsor's Medal for his contributions to the Organization and to Western. Mr. Edward A. Cebull, the sponsor for the WMCE Forensic Association, is optimistic about the growth of interest in speech activities on the Western campus in the future. Knowing Mr. Cebull as we do, we know that he means what he says.SEA The professional organization cn campus for prospective teachers is the Student Education Association. The Western chapter is named the Sholdcn E. Davis Chapter in honor of Dr. Davis, President Emeritus. SEA gives prospective teachers an opportunity to participate in the MEA and NEA. The mombers of the SEA are student members of both the state and national organizations and receive the MEA and NEA journals. Officers for the school year of 1961-62 aro Judy Moran, president; John Erdie, vice-president; Joanne Sanders, secretary; Darlene Neville, treasurer; and Carol Lemon, state director. Karen Bergum was elected to ‘he office of secretary-treasurer for the Student MEA. Sponsor for the group is Mr. Laurence Walker. Among tho many activities carried on by the SEA this year have been panel discussions, guest speakers, bulletin boards, participation in Homecoming, and sponsorship of dances for tho student body. Active members in SEA receive a credit in education. A point system has been worked out with points given for attendance and active participation. A letter may be earned in SEA when the required number of points has been earned. Mr. Walkor. Darlene Neville. Judy Moran. loanno Sanders, John Erdie. Carol Lemon, and Karon Borgum. (88)WESTERN'S "M" CLUB The ",M" Club is the men s athletic organization cn Western's campus. To belong one must earn a letter in one of the foJIow;ng major spoils: oolba!]. fcaskoiball. track, or baseball. Ono must also participate in the spring initiation. The "M" Club Is proud to have the opportunity of selecting tho candidates for Homecoming Queen, sponsoring the Homecoming dance, and the "M" Club Ball, building a float, participating in Vodvil. and whitewashing the "M" during "M" Day In tho spring. All of these activities make tho "M" Club one of the most energetic organizations on campus. The officers for 1961-1962 are Maier Miller, president; Jack Gillespie, vice president; Pat Delger. secretary-treasurer. The sponsors are coaches Bill Straugh and George McCormick. i t to right, seated: Ron Kovich. Don Mero. Larry Dunlap. Joe Malleffa. Jtm Nets. Walt Musgrove. Left to right, standing: Don Sutherland, i Neilson. Mitch Makris. Gary McMorns. Butch Donovan. Glen Harper. Pal Delqer. Mater Miller, Dick Doyle, Jack Gillespie, Cecil Warren, to right, third row: Diek Menti, Jerry JCirschner, Davo Meissner, Hank Elliot. Dick Maronoy. Bob Burk. Rick Cadioux.KZN Kappa Zeat Nu has the distinction of being Western's oldest and only sorority. The girls who are chosen for membership in the sorority must have a 2.65 grade point average the quarter before being considered for membership. Upper class womon are considered for initiation fall quarter and freshmen women spring quarter each year. KZN's goal is to furthor social relationships on campus. Th;s year's social activities included the Hallowoon Masquerade Dance, the annual formal dance with "How Deep Is tho Ocean" as thome. several get toqethers in the Student Union Building and Recreation Hall, and as a finale to the year, a banquet for tho freshmon initiates. This year's officers are Janice Hart, president; Frances Hornor, vice-president; Jan© Duncan, secretary; and Sandra White, treasurer. The sponsors are Mrs. William Pruer, Mtss Georgia Mathews, and Mrs. Lillian Seymour. Left to right, seated: Shirley Webb. Tonya Gustafson. Frances Horner. Janice Hart, Jane Duncan. Sandra White. Miss Mathews, Mrs. Seymour. Mis. Bruer. Left to right, standing; Loma Wear-ley, Sharon Vallance. Erma Desjardins, Trudy Schopfer, Karen Bergum. Judy Moran. Leslie Linehart, Sandy Martinsen. Mary Ellen Truckner. Joanne Sanders. Judy Bilant. Ann LaRogue, Phyllis Schimpf. Jerl Lou Armstrong. Shirley Webber, Susie Lite!. Bonnie Beck, and Darlene Neville. (90)SIGMA MU Loft to right, fust row: Harold Funk, Jack McMurchy, Marvin Hash. Harvey Burns, Richard Stoadman, Nathali© Atkins. Mary Ellon Bouma, Paulette Frazer. Earl Sager. Hugh Ouollotto. Loft to right, socond row: Mr. Smith. Mr. Cypher. Lours Vicovich, Angelo Ventrilla, Charles Clark. Duano Simon. Ed Wright, Judy Bilant, Linea Favero, and Bob Tysdal. The Sigma Mu is tho Science and Math Club on campus which was organized for Mathematics and Science majors and minors as well as all othors interested in those lields. Tho club meets regularly to hear spoakors and reports and to discuss things important in these areas. The club president is Earl Sager and the sponsors aro Mr. Smith and Mr. Cypher. RADIO CLUB Loft to naht, first row: Paulotto Frazor, Gerald Dye, Sid Fredrickson, Andy Dyka. Left to right, second row: Mr. Tysdal, Bob Tysdal, Linea Favero, Angelo Ventrilla and Mr. Smith. Radio Club is a new organization on Western's campus. It was organized for those students interested in radio work and equipment. The club members meet on Saturday mornings to further their knowledge of radio through discussions, demonstrations, and lectures. The Radio Club officers are Angelo Ventrilla, president; Sid Fredrickson, vice-president; Paulette Frazer, secretary-treasurer; Bob Tysdal, program managor; and Mr. Lloyd Tysdal. technical advisor. (91)INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUR Left to right: Tom Andorson, lorry Kirschnor, Alvin Bonnoborg, Ron Bennett, loo Masola, LoRoy Cook, Roger Talbott, Dan Fronch, and Mr. Clay Anders. The main purpose of iho Industrial Arts Club is to give the Industrial Arts majors and minors a bettor understanding of the curriculum of Industrial Arts. Tho club receives its financial backing independently by completing different projects and selling tho articles produced. This year the club mombers built a go-cart which thoy raffled. The money earned from this work was used for field trips to various places of interest to tho club members. The club's sponsor is Mr. Clay Anders, and the 1961-62 officors woro Jerry Kirschner, president; Dick Menti, vice president; Bud Talbott, secretary; and Chuck Carver, treasurer. Tho Women's House Council is designed to organize social activities for women living in tho Rosidonco Hall. The women choson for work on tho House Council are representatives of all the women living in the Residence Hall. One member of the freshman class is elected for every twenty-five women living in the Residence Hall. Once a girl has been olected to the Council, she is a member for life and may return to her duty whenever sho lives in the Residence Hall. A few of the activities carried on by the Council were get acquainted activities froshman week fall quarter and parties for various holidays throughout the year. WOMEN'S HOUSE COUNCIL Left to right, first row: Sandy Martinson, Loma Woarloy, Sissol Oiostad, Eileen Clark. Left to right, second row: Ronda Brown, Leona Wilber. Miss Georgia Mathews. Linea Favoro. Judy Welsh. Joan Jonasen. Left to right, third row: Janice Hart, Joanno Popham, Frances Homer. Joanne Sanders, Carol Lemon, Peggy McEnanoy, Jori Lou Armstrong, Kathy Buck. (92)Loft to right, first row: Pat Carney. Jool Barry. Ed Gatoly. John Rogors. Loft to right, second row: Judy Moran, Father Sullivan, Loslio Line-hart. Chuck Connolly. Bob Malycvac, Jim Costello. Gary Cruson, Rick Cadtoux. Loft to right, third row: Lotha Klokor. Alice Hilgors, Peggy McEnanoy, Billto loan Ries. Pat Pollard. Jumo Hanloy, Rose Mario Walos, Joan Ruckwordt, Lorona Garvoy. Ev© Rasor, Kathy Carnoy, Raye Durocher, Jano Duncan. Eiloon Connolly. Roberta Daly. Judy Vedavotfi. Loft to right, fourth row: Michele Frost. Janot Laiond®, Botty Stra-mere. Carol Carey, Donna Monroe. Carol Kelly, and Kathryn McMahon. NEWMAN CLUB Rich Correa Regional Representative The Newman Club is the Catholic students' organization on the WMCE campus. It is affiliated with the National Newman Club Federation, Northwest Province, and the Rocky Mountain District. Its purpose is to foster the intellectual, spiritual, and social needs of Western's Catholic students. The club meets twice a month for discussion and lectures. Some of the activities sponsored this year by the Newman Club were the annual Mardi Gras, fall and spring retreats, Douglas Hyde lecture on communism, and hosting the Rocky Mountain District convention. A Newman Club bulletin board in the administration building carries spiritual pictures and tells of coming events. Officers of the Newman Club for the 1961-62 year are Rich Correa, president; Chuck Connelly, vice-president; Leslie Linehart, secretary-treasurer. Club chaplain is the Reverend Father Bernard J. Sullivan. Dr. Cumming is the club sponsor.WESLEY Left to right, first row: Lynn Gustafson, Ioann Sanders. Paulette Fraror. Bob Tysdal. Mrs. West. Left to right, second row: Susie Nelson, Judy Welsh, Velma Wallace. Eileen Clark. Judy B-.lant, Eddie Wright. Ron Kendal. Dean Staton. Bob Brockman. Rev. Wost. The Wosley Foundation is tho Methodist studont group on campus. Meetings, including homecooked meals, programs. and dovotions. wore held every Sunday afternoon at five o'clock in the home of Rev. and Mrs. Marcus West. Activities throughout tho year includod attendance at the State Conference at Helena in February, "talk back" movies, discussions on man's relationship to God. and a series of studies on the Old Testament. Officers for the past year were Eddie Wright, president; Dan French, vice-president; Velma Wallace, secretary; and Judy Bilant, treasurer. INTER-VARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Loft to right, soatod: Sandra White, Susie Nelson, Sally Smith, Rosalie Seaman. Rosemary Hamilton. Fayo Ellen Johansen. Left to right, standing: Mary Dion Bouma, Dorene Scammon, Bernice Skillman, Gertrude Kutz. Marvin Anderson. Jean Skillman. Mary Paullin, and Sissol Oiestad. Inter-varsity Christian Fellowship is a nationwide organization of students from many different churches united in tho conviction that college and university life can be meaningful through faith in Christ, and that spiritual growth is not only possible but essential. The officers for tho year are Marvin Andorson. president; Bernice Skillman. vice president; Mary Paullin. secretary; Gertrude Kutz, treasurer; and Mr. Dan Block, sponsor. (94)Leit !o right. seated: Jeanette Rogers. Carol Braun. Margaret Salstrom. Karen Bergum. Left to right, standing: Harry Campbell. Rev. Max Feucrstack. Terry Odegard. and Marvin Anderson. The Lutheran Students Association is organized on college campuses throughout the United States for students of the Lutheran faith. The main objective of LSA is to confront tho academic world with Christian views. Among their activities in furthering this objective are Sunday suppers at the Parish Hall, discussions. Biblo study, and a spring retreat with the othor LSA's in Montana. When the Rev. Arthur Solem. the adviser for tho past two and one-half years, was recalled to active duty in the army, the task of adviser was conferred upon the now postor of the Lutheran church, the Rev. Max Feuorstack. The Student Wives Is an off-campus organization composed of the women whose husbands are attending Western. The meetings, each of which includes business, entertainment, and a luncheon, are held once a month. Included in the entertainment provided this year were gift wrapping demonstrations, a Christmas party, a parcel post sale, a candy sale, and bridge lessons. At the ond of the year, wives of graduating senior students are awarded their "P.H.T.’' (Putting Hubby Through) dogroes. Officers for this year are Laura Deglow, president: Carol Jenkins, vice-president; Sylvia Heikkila. secretary; Brenda Morstein, treasurer; Elaine Barone, social correspondent; and Sharon Menti, historian. The sponsors for the club are Mrs. William Straugh and Mrs. George McCormick. STUDENT WIVES Left to right, first row; Sharon Vallance, Kathy Kirschnor. Beverly Whitman. Left to right, second row: Darla Schiopen, Elaine Barone, Sylvia Heikkila. Laura Deglow. Sharon Menti. Judy Cowdrey. Kaye B?nnett. Left to right, third row; Kay Peterson. Lynn Buckley. Leah Bull, Marlone Takala. Sandee Hampa, Penny Tash. Carol Weaver. Eileen Mee. Marcy Carroll. Patsy Campbell. Cathy Contway. Virginia Straugh, Rosalie McCormick. Not pictured: Carol Jenkins. Brenda Morstein. Ingrid Taylor. Donna Delaney. Adrian Egedahl, Marty Fitzsimmons. Phyllis Goldie. Virginia Hopper, and Cody Pfau. (95)WESTERN MONTANA RODEO ASSOCIATION Loll to right, sooted: Shown Davis. Sissol Oiostad. Irene Lewis, Dan Corcoran. Bob Sawyer. Fern Hughes. Dorone Magera. Left to right, second row: Jim Carpenter. Wes Stoos. Mitch Makrts. Glenda Hinson, Linda Foote. Carol Selby. Ruth Sutton. Karin Soyland. Jill Stanford, Sharlene McLeod. Jim Myers. Left to right, third row: Mick Poabody, Gory Pace. Gerald Jones. Larry Paisley, Gary Dreikosen, and Leroy Cook. The Rodoo Association is open to all members of the Associated Students and Staff who are interested in contemporary western life and culture. The program is intended to be inspirational, intellectual, and a builder of citizonship. All the aims and goals of a teachers' college are met by moans of this activity and sports program. A similar attempt is being made by sixty-seven institutions of the mountain and plains region. SHAWN DAVIS Saddlo Bronc Champ Various experiences sponsored by this program and onjoyed by all campus students include barbecues. "Go Westorn Day," parados, western dances, and a rodeo. The rodeo team which boasts a sizeable group of mon and women was again third in the nation in the National Intercollegiato Rodeo Association. Rocky Mountain Regional winners from Western were Buzz Cowdrey in Bull Riding and Shawn Davis in Bareback Bronc and Saddlo Bronc Riding. Shawn also won the All-A-Round Cowboy honor for the region; he then wont on to win the World’s Intercollegiate Championship in Saddle Bronc Riding. The team won trophies at Idaho Stato College and at Western.GO DAY Western's campus was left deserted on a golden Indian summer day as mountain-bound students headed toward the college's Torrey Lodge at Birch Creek. In a fun-filled day students enjoyed volleyball, hiking, and a picnic lunch served by the faculty. GO WESTERN DAY The typical day at Western was "ploughed under" on February 16. as students appeared on campus in western apparel to uphold the traditional "Go Western-Beat Eastern Day." Beards, boots, and bustles was the order of the day with prizes being given to the best-costumes and beards. In the thrilling evening game, a large, enthusiastic crowd cheered the Bulldogs to a 91-85 victory over the Eastern Yellowjackets."M" DAY Western's traditional "M" Day again proved to be a successful holiday as faculty and students reported to their designated work areas to give the campus its annual clean-up. Featured activities were a picnic lunch served by the faculty; volleyball and softball games; and the painting of the "M which resulted in numerous white-washed students. A dance sponsored by the "M" Club rounded out the day's festivities.SADIE HAWKIN S DANCE Faculty members selected Leroy Cook as King, Sandy Martinsen as Queen, Dick Jonasen as "Li'l Abner", Karen Soyland as "Daisy Mae", and Duane Simon for honorable mention in the annual selection of Dogpatch celebrities. Dr. Feathers efficiently portrayed "Maryin' Sam" while entertainment was provided {or the "Dogpatchers."MASQUERADE DANCE The Halloween Masquerade dance sponsored by the KZN sorority was a big success and fun for all. Phyllis Schimpf, Larry Dunlap, and LeRoy Cook took home the honors for the best costumes. ( 100)WINTER CARNIVAL This year's Winter Carnival sponsored by the Junior and Senior classes was held without snow. Volleyball, badminton, and tug-of-war were the competitive sports that the teams participated in. The day was climaxed by a carnival with booths sponsored by various organizations. During the dance which followed Darlene Neville and Chuck Johns were crowned Winter Carnival King and Queen. They were chosen by the winning teams. (ionHOMECOMING Shouting and cheering throngs of zealous students gathered about the brilliantly burning effigy of an EMCE Yellowjacket to give a zesty send-off to the Bulldogs and the 1961 Homecoming activities. The arrival of the alumni, the pre-game floats, and the game were blessed with balmy weather, and a large crowd turned out to watch the Bulldogs decimate Eastern 33-7. Homecoming Queen Jeri Lou Armstrong and her attendants: Ann LaRoque, Trudy Schopfer, and Bonnie Beck, graced the half-time ceremonies during which the Westernettes performed and the winning floats were announced. The customary Homecoming Dance was well attended by faculty and students and drew the curtain on a memorable day. ( 102)HOMECOMING ROYALTY JERI LOU ARMSTRONG. Queen PRINCESSES BONNIE BECK ANN LaROQUE TRUDY SCHOPFER (103)HOMECOMING QUEEN MISS JERI LOU ARMSTRONGMISS WESTERN MISS ERMA DESJARDINSVODVIL "The Roaring Twenties" was a fitting theme for Vodvil, because it was a roaring succoss. Choson by the audience to reign as "Miss Western" was shapely Erma Jean Desjardins, WRA's candidate, with Jean Sturdevant, representing Art Club, first princess, and Lois Wilson, the KZN entry, second princess. First place in skits wont to WRA for their "P. E. in the 1920's"; Forensics won second prize with "Poisoning Pigeons in the Park." and KZN placed third with "Miss Western Contest—1920 Style." (106)VODVIL A special award went to Ronda Brown and Richard Hull, who did an outstandingly good job as master and mistress of ceremonies. VODVIL QUEEN AND PRINCESSES (107) LOIS WILSON ERMA DESJARDINS JEAN STURDEVANT(108)AUTOGRAPHS (109)4AUTOGRAPHS ( 112)Left to right, first row: Mick Cop®, Dick Monti, Fred Salmonson. Wally Muigrove, Bud Talbott, B«rt Deglow. Mitch Makris. Stan Campbell, Jim Grubbs. Bob Nielsen. Stove Wogamon. Loft to right, second row: Glen Harper, Joe Morstein. Jorry Kirschner. Dan French. Mick Delaney. Butch Donovan. Pat Delger, Brian Holgren, Brian Huntington. Jack Gehring, Bob Sullivan. George Stoltz, George McCormick. Left to right, third row: Bob Cook. Garry Hellyer, George Martin, Rick Cadieux. Don Moro. Jim Nets. Sonny Huckaba. Bob Burk, D;ck Moroney, Dave Meissner, Gary McMorris, Frank Hoey. Left to right, fourth row: Don Sutherland. Mick Peabody. Cliff Neighbors. Bud Shuman, Ed Wright. Jim Summer, Dick Doyle. Bill Taylor. Jim Bennetts, Jack Gillespie, Terry Harris. ALL CONFERENCE First Team MITCH MAKRIS — 215 lb. tackle from Salt Lake City. An outstanding defensive middle guard. JOE MORSTEIN — 200 lb. halfback from Butte. In the 1960 61 season Joe led the NAIA in punting. JACK GILLESPIE — 185 lb. end from Helena. Jack led in pass receiving in MCC Conference this season. BERT DEGLOW — 175 lb. guard from Kalispell. An excellent defensive safety man. BUD SCHUMAN — 220 lb. center from Wolf Point. Bud was the strength for Western's offensive plays. (113)ALL CONFERENCE Second Team DON MERO — 185 lb. fullback from Kalispell. Don gave W©s!©m inside power with hard driving line plunges. BILL TAYLOR Tackle STAN CAMPBELL Guard DAVE MEISSNER Halfback BRIAN HOLGREN Tackle DON SUTHERLAND End JERRY KIRSCHNER Guard PAT DELGER Guard BUD TALBOTT Halfback JOE MALLETTA Halfback ED WRIGHT Tackle DICK MENTI Halfback FRED SALMONSEN Guard JIM NETZ Quarterback GARY McMORRIS Center BOB BURK Fullback (114)BUTCH DONAVON Center RICK CADIEUX Halfbock WALT MUSGROVE End BOB NIELSEN Quarterback MICK DELANEY End GEORGE MARTIN Halfback JIM BENNETTS End DAN FRENCH Halfback CLIFF NEIGHBORS End TERRY HARRIS End SONNY HUCKABA Fullback MICK PEABODY Fullback DICK MORONEY End MICK COPE Guard JIM SUMNER Tackle JIM GRUBBS Guard BRIAN HUNTINGTON Guard GARRY HELLYER End JACK GEHRING Guard DICK DOYLE Tackle ( US)STEVE WAGOMAN Guard BOB SULLIVAN Quarterback GEORGE STOLTZ Guard FOOTBALL 1961-1962 RECORD 6- 6 18- 0 47- 0 33- 7 19- 0 39- 0 19- 0 46- 0 0-54 Sept. 23—Idaho State College J.V., Pocatello ------------------ Sept. 29—Idaho State College J.V.. Pocatello.................. Oct. 7—Montana School of Mines. Butte..................... — Oct. 14—Eastern Montana College. Dillon........................ Oct. 21—Northern Montana College. Havre----------------------- Oct. 28—Rocky Mountain College, Billings............. —....... Nov. 4—-Carroll College. Dillon-------------------------------- Nov. 10—Montana State University (Frosh), Dillon--------------- Nov. 18—Whitworth College, Spokano --------------------------- FOOTBALL, 1961-1962 The Western Montana College of Education Bulldogs ran away with the MCC crown this year allowing the other conference teams to score only 13 points against them. In six out of eight games the opponents failed to score against the Bulldogs. Much of the credit must be given to Western's defensive team for the role they have played in this year's championship drive. (116)IfIj 1° right, first row: Jerry Selvig, Maier Millor, Mike McOulrk. Cecil Warren, Ken Jenkins. Left to right, second row: Gary McMorris, Larry Schmautz, Larry McCauley, Chuck Johns, Don Donovan, Gerald Jones, Chum Roesti. BASKETBALL 1961-1962 Nov. 28—Ricks College in Dillon Dec. Jan. Feb. 1— Seattle Pacific at Seattle_ 2— Soattlo Pacific at Seattle- 4— Pacific Lutheran at Tacoma 5— Whitworth at Spokane------- 9—Whitworth at Dillon 15— Westminster at Salt Lake City..... 16— Westminster a! Salt Lake City..... 29— Tournament at Anaconda (Eastern). 30— Tournament at Anaconda (Carroll) 6— Mines at Butte ......... 8— Westminster in Dillon ............ 9— Westminster in Dillon............. 12—Carroll in Dillon ................. 19— Carroll in Helena ------ 20— Northern at Havre ......... 26— Northwest Nazarene in Dillon 27— Northwost Nazarene in Dillon 2—Rocky Mountain in Dillon --- 5— Eastern at Billings ....... 6— Rocky Mountain at Billings 12—Malmstrom AFB in Dillon 16—Eastern in Dillon —....... 20—Mines in Dillon . 24—Northern in Dillon. TOTALS „ 109-74 76-84 70-69 76-87 76-65 73-67 „ 66-72 .„. 84-72 85-79 .... 70-77 .... 82-26 87-82 .... 79-67 84-65 .... 59-74 .„ 83-63 _ 87-62 .... 102-93 _ 96-66 .... 58-77 ... 78-50 .... 102-78 .... 91-85 ... 71-36 ... 120-92 2065-1762 W-L 1-0 1-1 2-1 2-2 3- 2 4- 2 4- 3 5- 3 6- 3 6- 4 7- 4 8- 4 9- 4 10 4 10- 5 11- 5 12- 5 13- 5 14- 5 14- 6 15- 6 16- 6 17- 6 18- 6 19-6 19-6 (117) 'Conference gamesBASKETBALL PLAYERS KEN JENKINS, senior forward from Belgrade, closed out a very successful season scoring 438 points in 25 games for an average of 17.5. In his last collegiate game he set the state college record by scoring 52 points. His brilliant ball-handling won him a berth on the All Conference Second Team. JERRY SELVIG. senior guard from Thompson Falls, garnored 328 points in 25 games for an average of 14.2. Jerry earned a spot on the All Conference First Team. JOHN DONOVAN, senior center from Dillon, scored 26 points this year seeing limited action after returning from a tour with the Armed Forces. CECIL WARREN, senior from Liberty. Missouri, compiled 359 points in 25 games for a 14.3 average. He pulled down 83 rebounds and made the All Conference Second Team. MAIER MILLER, senior guard from Big Timber netted 267 points in 25 games for an average of 10.7. One of the toughest guards in the conference ho was placed on the All Conference Second Team. MIKE McOUIRK. junior center from Great Falls, pulled down 269 rebounds to lead in that field. He scored 338 points in 25 games for an average of 13.5. . (118)BASKETBALL PLAYERS CHUCK JOHNS, freshman guard from North Bend. Orogon, started his careor at Western by bagging 73 points. GERALD JONES. Junior from Dillon. scorod 50 points this yoar and promises to see a lot of action next season at a forward position. LARRY McCAULEY. freshman forward from Boulder, showed height and premise shooting 75 per cent of his free throws. GARY McMORRIS. sophomore guard from Sidney, saw limited action but shows promise for next year's toam. Gary garnered 40 points this season. LARRY SCHMAUTZ. freshman guard from Missoula, played excellent defensive ball and proved his ability as a secrer by netting 79 points. NOT PICTURED CHUM ROEST1. freshman guard from Butte, showed speed and ball-handling ability in limited action this year. (119)BASKETBALL SUMMARY-1961 1962 A M % A M % TP F. Av. RB Ken Jenkins 349 175 .50 117 88 .75 438 75 17.5 141 Cecil Warren 294 149 .59 84 61 .73 359 59 14.3 83 Jerry Selvig . . 240 108 .45 149 112 .75 328 68 14.2 96 Maier Miller . 227 104 .46 81 59 .73 267 75 10.7 94 Mike McQuirk .. 257 128 .50 132 82 .61 338 80 13.5 269 Chuck Johns 67 29 .43 27 15 .55 73 20 81 Gary McMorris .. , 49 14 .28 15 12 .80 40 15 15 Gerald Jones 55 19 .35 20 12 .60 50 25 29 Larry McCauley 15 5 .33 8 6 .75 16 4 23 Larry Schmautz 73 34 .46 15 11 .73 79 9 15 Chum Roesti . 17 2 .12 0 0 4 4 1 John Donovan 18 8 .44 13 10 .77 26 12 35 Others 41 17 25 13 47 15 35 Totals 1693 792 .467 700 481 .687 2065 462 82.6 963 Opponents 1710 684 .400 634 394 .621 1762 504 70.5 Season record—19- •6 Conference record 1962-8-2 (second place) Conference results since 1940 149 wins 51 losses 74 .5% All games since 1940 300 wms 157 losses 65 .6% ALL CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM JERRY SELVIG WMCE MIKE McQuirk WMCE RON DARCY Carroll JOHN SHERRON Rocky JOE RINELLA EMCE ALL CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM KEN JENKINS WMCE CECIL WARREN . WMCE MAIER MILLER WMCE HARVEY MUNFORD EMCE CHUCK HEREIM EMCE (120)BASEBALL F;rst rcw. left to right: W. Fowler. G. Hollahan. E. Nicholson, J. Slovacek. L. McKinney. D. Irw.n. I. Morsteln. F. Hooy. Second row. left to right: C. Warren. D. Jonasen. H. Oule'-te. E. Heard. L. Brundage. J. Harrington. R. Adams, and J. Kibbee. Under the productive coaching of Frank Hoey, Western's baseball team finished second in the MCC Conference play. Western showed power in splitting two double-headers with MSC. Ed Nicholson was successful in throwing a no-hitter against the Bobcats. The won-loss record for the season was 7-5. The 99 hits Western produced against the 66 for the opposition gave them a noteworthy .296 batting average. Western scored 51 runs to the oppositions 47 for a 4.2 runs per game. The big team sent 334 men to bat in comparison to 301 for the opposition. (121)TRACK The 1961 Spring Quarter once again proved that Western has power in the Montana Collegiate Conference. Eight firsts were too much for the other teams as Western compiled 60Vz points to take the conference honors. Maier Miller’s victory in four events was the highlight of the meet. In NAIA competition Western was the victor over the five other teams competing. Jerry SeJvig, Maier Miller, Dennis Miller, and Bill Taylor followed in the footsteps of the past relay teams by winning both the MCC and NAIA relays in record time. First row. left to right: B. Nielsen. H. Elliot. B. Donovan, W. Musgrove. D. Miller, J. Gillespie. Second row. lei: to right: R. Kovich. P. Scott. L. Dunlap. J. Bennett, J. Malletta. W. Scolheld. Third row. left to right: S. Sharp. D. Vallanco, J. Solvig, M. Miller. B. Taylor, and L. Kieckbusch. ( 122)QUALIFY FOR NATIONAL TRACK FINALS JERRY SELVIG was nominated by the NAIA board to participate in the national finals. His ability for throwing the javelin 198 feet 11 inches brought him noteworthy recognition. MAIER "Skinner" MILLER was chosen for his high jump of 6 feet 3 inches. He also dominated the Conference and District 5 in both high and low hurdles. JERRY BENNETT, who holds both the Conference and school record, was chosen as one of the best competitors in pole vaulting. This event has found Jerry clearing the bar at 12 feet 6 inches.CHEERLEADERS Left to right: Georgia Davison, Erma Desjardins, Judy Welsh, Gail Schoiffole, Sharon Anderson, Trudy Schopfor. The cheerleaders this year did a great job in creating school spirit at Western. Their cheers and chants helped bring Western through another year of victories. ( 124)WOMEN'S SPORTS BOARD Left to right, first row: Carol Lemon, Leona Wilber. Nathalie Atkins, Jo Ann Arvish. Left to right, second row: Suzanne Litel, Coral Powell. Erma Desjardins. Sandy Martinsen. The groups affiliated with the Sports board are PEMM Club, WRA, Drill Team, Pep Club, and Cheerleaders. There are many and varied activities which take place under the direction of the sports board from the participation in women's intramural sports to the promotion of school spirit. The officers were president of Sports board and WRA, Nathalie Atkins; vice president of Sports board and WRA, Leona Wilber; secretary, Carol Lemon; and treasurer, JoAnn Arvish. Representing the various units were Coral Powell, Pep Club; Suzanne Litel, Drill Team; Erma Desjardins. PEMM Club; and Sandy Martinsen, sports. Faculty advisor is Miss Patricia Warcup and honorary advisor Miss Georgia Mathews. (125)WESTERNETTES to right, first row: K. McMahon. F. Johanson, J. Lalonde. F. Raudsop. D. Neville, G. Davison, D. Eden, B. Beck. S. Litel. Left to right, second row: J. Arvish. M. Salstrom, H. Dingman, S. Sumner. D. Monroe, R. Durocher. J. Moran. R. Daly. B. Ries, S. Hungerford, J. Terry. S. Anderson. L. Wilber, J. Hanley, C. Schoonover, L. Linehart. Left to right, third row: J. Armstrong, J. Sloan, J. Nichols. L. Miller. C. Braun. S. Webber. R. Truckner, G. Scheiffele. K. Buck. C. Palmer, M. Truckner, L. Garvey, J. Sanders. P. Pollard. T. Gustafson. L. Kloker. and A. LaRoque. The girls are chosen for the Drill Team orj the basis of their posture, rhythm, and marching ability. This year's team was increased from 25 to 45 girls. Heading the Drill Team were Suzanne Litel, captain; Ann LaRoque, 1st lieutenant; and Georgia Davison. 2nd lieutenant. The color guard was Bonnie Beck, Donna Monroe, Raye Durocher, Judy Moran, and JoAnn Arvish, substitute. The activities of the Westernettes were performances during the Homecoming parade and half-time, basketball half-times, and a trip to Helena to perform for the Carroll-Westem game there. The girls added to the school spirit by performing pom-pom routines in the stands at football and basketball games.That's our gal Snow, nevor ending snow Surprise! Tower viow Western hospitality Stuff, stuff, stuff O-o-o-o Up and in? Oh. no! Not me? A walk through the snow (128)Cramming time Watch it Jerry! IV kids Tho line up The quick brown fox . . . Retreat time Judy and Jean Get Busy! Oops! No fingers Yum-yum Hero ho is See anything? Future scientists Campus hall gals After dinner Malt time Study hardQueen Jerl 1 m Know me? Honor guard Those hallowed halls Don and his boys O.K., WRA WRA float? lust having fun Hunt 'n peck class Hang tough. Bud Swat 'om Coach Straugh WASC iLi Westemette3 Art Club floatAUTOGRAPHS (132)HAVE YOU THOUGHT OF BECOMING A TEACHER? WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION offers you 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 qualification for Montana's professional certificate for elementary or secondary teaching . . . 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 Northwest Association for Secondary and Higher Schools. Address Inquiries to the Registrar WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (133) Dillon, MontanaLiving Accommodations at WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Include Sixteen Modern, Attractive Apartments for Married Students ★ New, Modern Dormitory Accommodations for Men ★ Women's Residence Hall, Altraclive 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 ( 134) Dillon, MontanaCHUB'S COLLEGE SERVICE ★ Goodyear Tires Carter Products Dillon NORM'S CASH MARKET Meats Groceries One-half Block from College Campus Dillon You Hear It Everywhere "It Pays lo Shop At" Penneys ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY! Dillon Montana's Most Modern Department Store Dillon BUSY BEE MARKET Phone 683-2681 Verl S Frank Lasich MEATS SCHOOL SUPPLIES GROCERIES FROZEN FOODS Dillon THE EXAMINER PRINTING COMPANY Opposite Depot Phone 683-2211 For Printing That Pleases Particular People Publishers of THE DILLON EXAMINER Beaverhead County's Leading Newspaper t 13S)PAUL and LAURETTA Invite You To The CLUB ROYAL ★ Dining and Dancing Dillon HAZEL'S STYLE SHOP If It's New, You'll Find It At HAZEL'S ★ ANDRUS HOTEL BUILDING DILLON D L JEWELRY DIAMONDS WATCHES Columbia Bulova Hamilton Feature Lock If It Doesn't Tick . . . See Dick DILLON M. H. KING CO. 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Students Phone 683-2316 Dillon MOUNTJOY FLOWERS DILLON DAILY AND GIFTS TRIBUNE Member of FTD Rest Wishes Phone 683 5622 Dillon, Montana Class of '62 (137)Dillon Automobile Dealers Association Devoted to the Interest of Safe Driving ★ SALES - SERVICE ★ NEW AND USED CARS ★ E H Ford Sales, Inc. (Ford and Mercury—Falcon and Comet) Montana Auto Sales (International and Scout) College Motor Sales Service (Buick—GMC Trucks) Davis Motor Co. (Willys and Studebaker) Paul's Chevrolet Co. ( 138) (Cadillac, Olds, Chevrolet and Corvair)We Please The Hard To Please BEAVERHEAD LAUNDRY DRY CLEANERS Phone 683-5522 ★ FOR THE LOOK THAT'S NEW Dillon, Montana Standard Lumber and Coal Company FULLER PAINTS and VARNISHES SHOP MATERIALS and SPECIALTIES Phone 683-5521 DILLON, MONTANA (139)LYONS DEN ★ The Place to Meet the Gang After a College Dance Dillon Compliments of NED-EVA LANES ★ "Where Bowling Is Best" Bowling Center of Dillon For All Your Pharmaceutical Needs Go To Gosman Drug The Rexall Store Dillon Telephone 683-2801 PARISIAN CLEANERS 16 N. Washington Street Approved Sanitone Service Choice of the Particular Folks Free Pickup and Delivery Dillon PURINA CHOWS Custom Pelleting, Rolling, Grinding and Mixing WILLIAMS FEED, INC. Dillon, Montana ( MO)Robert's 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. DILLON, MONTANA Vaughn-Ragsdale Co. ★ "The Store tor Young Families" ★ DILLON, MONTANA (Ml)LARSEN'S Complete Stock of Greeting Cards Gift Items — School Supplies Barnes and Noble College Outline Series Dillon, Montana WARNERS FOOD STORE ★ Quality Groceries — Meats Sea Foods —Frozen Foods ★ PHONE 683-2319 FREE DELIVERY SERVICE Dillon Compliments of B L SNACK BAR In The Student Union Dillon Andrus Hotel 60 Units, With or Without Bath Cafe Adjoining Reasonable Rates ★ FARNUM B. SCHUYLER, Mgr. ★ Phone 683-2344 Dillon, Montana Congratulations to W.M.C.E. Graduates ★ THE BIG DIPPER MALTS — SUNDAES — SHAKES A Tasty Spot to Stop Fine, New Location DILLON, MONTANA (M2)Keep Your Treasury of Golden Memories in Professional Portraits, Color Prints and Enlargements ★ Dillon Portrait Studio Phone 683-2741 Dillon, Montana (U3)THE OASIS CAFE Welcomes College Students Breakfast BEAVERHEAD BAR SUPPLY CO. Lunch ★ Dinner GLEED and CARPITA Fountain ★ ★ Phone 683-2241 Mary and Bruce Watters Dillon, Montana Dillon, Montana CO-OP SUPPLY INC. For a .. . GOOD DINNER Dealers in Come To . . . Petroleum Products Tires — Batteries SKEETS Hardware Fencing Supplies CAFE Dillon, Montana DILLON ( M4)FIRST NATIONAL BANK DILLON, MONTANA 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 . . . 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GREETINGS, "BULLDOGS For a Safe and Sound Banking Connection in Butte Remember the Metals Bank We Are Always Eager to Serve You The Friendly Metals Bank Trust Company MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Butte, Montana ( 148)It Pays to Play RAWLINGS ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT BOB SPARKS TREASURE STATE SPORTING GOODS 22 East Park Street BUTTE NATE MORGAN JEWELRY 62 W. Park BUTTE ★ Appropriate Gifts For Every Occasion BILL'S MEN'S SHOP FOR FURNITURE "For Men and Boys Go to of Good Taste" ★ SHINERS Will Tiddy Ted Triniman, Mgr. 29-31 W. Park Butte. Montana Butte FULLER PAINTS Paints Glass Building Products Store Fronts Artists' Supplies Picture Framing W. P. FULLER CO. 1025 S. Montana St. Butte, Montana 131 W. Park St. Butte. Montana 318 E. Park St. Anaconda, Montana ★ DILLON CREAMERY Beaverhead-Gold and Challenge Dairy Products ★ (149)Compliments of Prudential Diversified Services Paying 6% Annually Home Office—Butte, Montana ★ Butte - Helena - Great Falls - Missoula - Billings Montana (ISO) When in Helena, stay at the new Placer Hotel. Another Prudential Diversified Services Holding.(151)★ INTELLIGENT LEADERSHIP In its search for intelligent leadership, industry seeks a person who has a sharp grasp of fundamentals, who can observe with precision and discrimination, who can analyze clearly, reason well, and articulate his findings and conclusions. That would seem to be the ideal person. The greatest single contribution to such an ideal is education, and education has become more and more the concern of industry. For education means leadership. The Anaconda Company participates actively in a program of aid to education through scholarships and awards. AnacondA “Working hard to keep Montana metals competitive” ★ (152)FOR MONTANANS Anaconda Building Materials Company, formerly Interstate Lumber, is modernizing and expanding to meet the needs of a growing state. Our aim is to supply the people of Montana with the best in Building Materials and related services. ANACONDA BUILDING MATERIALS COMPANY PRUDENTIAL FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION 49 North Main Street BUTTE, MONTANA 414% Paid on Insured Savings Accounts (153)Dillon's Finest TEXACO SERVICE Delco Batteries FIRESTONE TIRES AUTO ACCESSORIES Complete, Competent Service Mike Metesh, Owner and Operator 105 S. ATLANTIC 683-2072 Individual Room Phones Simmons Beds Heat TV All New "For Restin'... Try Creston" AAA THE CRESTON MOTEL City Center—Phone 683-2341 DILLON, MONTANA Gifts, Mr. Mrs. Souvenirs Fred T. Bonneau ERNIE'S DISTRIBUTING CO. Coca-Cola Seven-Up CANADA DRY PRODUCTS Dillon, Montana DILLON KIWANIS CLUB "We Build" "Freedom — Our Individual Responsibility" Tuesday. 6:30 p.m. Lee's Steak House GENERAL SAFECO INSURANCE • No Membership Fee • Savings on Auto and Fire Insurance Dial Dillon 683-5361 Beaverhead-Madison Agency Ralph Norm Ovitt HORGAN'S U I CLUB LOUNGE 136 West Park St. BUTTE. MONTANA .SAFECOMORE THAN 1,100 GOOD NEIGHBORS HELPING YOUR COMMUNITY Our employees are working around the clock to bring you efficient, economical service. They also are working shoulder-to-shoulder with you in your communities. Look around and you will find someone from our Company working in your civic activities. Our employees' community activities range from coaching Little League baseball teams to helping form development corporations aimed at providing new businesses for your cities and towns. We are helping your neighborhood grow and develop. (15S) A Family of Good NeighborsCongratulations to the ROTARY CLUE Graduates of 1962 of DILLON, MONTANA "He Profits Most From Your DILLON TELEPHONE EMPLOYEES Who Serves Best" MOUNTAIN STATES TELEPHONE CO. Meets each Monday at 6:30 p.m. in Lee's Steak House PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY SCHULZ AND DAVIS ATTORNEYS AT LAW Dillon, Montana DR. W. E. MONGER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Phone 683-4421 Dillon DR. W. J. ROMERS DR. R. J. ENGLISH DENTIST OPTOMETRIST Phone 683-2671 Phone 683-2611 Dillon Dillon ( 156)PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR. J. C. LINDUSKA DENTIST Phone 683-2861 Morse and Idaho Street Dillon DR. R. D. CURRY DR. J. W. HILTBRAND DENTIST DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC Phone 683-2132 Phone 683-5351 116 S. Idaho St. Dillon Dillon, Montana W. G. GILBERT, JR. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Hazelbaker Building Dillon, Montana DR. E. D. EVANS DR. R. E. BISSON DENTIST DENTIST Phone 683-4491 Office Phone 683-5585 Dillon Dillon STEWART BURWELL FIELD ASSISTANT The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States Phone 683-2727 Dillon (157)COMPLETE . . . Printing Lithographing Ruling Binding Rubber Stamp Service TRIBUNE PRINTING AND OFFICE SUPPLY GREAT FALLS, MONTANA ( 1S8) Congraiulations Class of 1962STUDENT DIRECTORY 55. 80 9. 10. 33. 35 55. 124, 126 _ 56. 80. 92 55. 79. 94, 95 45. 80 56 55. 92 Bull. Fred 25 25 Bull. Wayno 56 80 45 9. 35. 90. 92. 103. 104, 126 45. 89. 113. 114 55 45. 86 35. 125, 126 56 35. 83. 85. 91. 125 91 35. 87 55 56. 79 45. 79. 80 43. 45. 86. 89. 93. 113. 115 55 36 21 77. 95 45 113. 114 45. 83 56 45. 93 57. 93 45. 80. 90. 103. 126 56. 80 45. 80. 93 25. 85. 122. 123 25. 93 96 55. 80. 92 53. 55. 113. 115 9. 33. 35. 78. 80. 88. 90. 95 46 45.77.78.90.91.94 25 56. 80 35 .. 25 25 . 36 35. 80 36 56 35 36 25. 83. 85. 91. 94 46 45 . 56 55 56. 91 56. 80. 92. 94 46 25 45. 80. 95. 126 26 35 21 55. 94 57 55 Cobell. Fred 56 55 9. 36. 77. 78 25 . 56 10. 35. 83. 87. 92 46 Brown, William Connelly, Agnes Eileen 26. 75. 85. 86. 93 (1M)STUDENT DIRECTORY Connelly. John .... Conner, Glen Connor, Mary Lou Conovor, Genoese Conover, Sandra .... Conrow, Clark Contway. Harold ... Cock, LeRoy ....... Cook, Robert ...... Coombs, Darrell ... Cooper. Gary Cope, Kenneth Corcoran, Dan .... 26. 85. 86. 93 ....36 23. 26 ... 46 57. 87. 92. 96 _____________113 46. 113. 115 46. 96 Cornell, Craig ......................... Correa, Richard ........................ Costello, Jim ..............-........... Cox. William ........................... Crooker. Jeanie ...................... Crowley, Sariann .................... — Critchfield. lack ...................... Critchfield. Jerelyn ................... Cowdry. Marvin ......................... Crum, Keith ...............-............ Cruson, Gary ............... —.......... Cunliffe, John ......................... Currie. Walt ........................... Dahl. Clarence ......................... Daly, Roberta .................—......- Davis. Shawn ........................... Davison, Georgia .............—......... Deglow. Bert ........................... Delaney. Tom George ............—....... Dolanoy. Jerry ......................... Delaney. Michaol ....................... Delger, Pa! ............................ DeMorois, Tom .......................... DeMotfs, Barry ......................... Dennehy, Con ..........-............... Desjardins. Erma ....................... Detonacour, Don ...................... DcVoo. Merle ..........—---------------- Dingmar., Helen ........—--------------- Dixon, Virgil ......................... Donovan. John .......................... Donovan, William ....................... Douglas, Donald ........................ Doyle, Richard ......................... Dreikosen. Gary ........._............. Duncan, Jane ...................... -... 33. 36. 93 ... 57. 93 46. 83 36 26 ....57 46. 93 57 ........................ 36 .............. 57. 93. 126 ..... 36. 96 .........57. 80. 124. 126 26. 113 36 ...................... 57 ............. 57. 113, 115 ............. 89. 113. 114 ........................ 57 .........................57 26. 75. 90. 105, 124. 125 .........10. 26. 75. 87 .............. 58. 126 ______________________ 58 ...........26. 117, 118 46. 89. 113. 115. 122 ...................... 58 ......58. 89. 113. 115 ..................58. 96 9. 37. 85. 86. 90. 93 26. 89. 122 Durocher, Rayo 46. 80. 93. 126 Durochor. Wayno 57 46 91 126 37 37. 87 46 Elliott. Henry 46. 89. 122 37. 88 58 37, 85. 86. 87 47, 83. 91. 92 Feeney. JoAnn 27. 80. 85 58 47. 77. 86. 96 58 47. 80. 121 58 58. 80. 83. 91, 94 58, 79. 80 58 .. 58 59. 92. 113. 115 58 59. 77. 93 37, 80 59. 87. 91 59, 93. 126 59. 93 Gehring, Jack 59. 113. 115 Gerdes. Michael 59 (160 STUDENT DIRECTORY Morrison, Russell-------------- Morstein, Joe _________________ Mugaas, Harold----------------- Mular, Gorta ...--------------- Munis, John .............. Munro, Deva ................... Murrish, Judy ----------------- Musgrove, Walter ._____________ Myers, James-------------------- Neighbor, Cliff —.............. Nelson, Laurie ________________ Nelson, Susan _________________ Netz, Jim ..................... Neville, Darlene -------------- Nichols. Judy ----------------- Nielsen, Bob __________________ Niewoehner, Roy —-------------- North, Steve __________________ Nutter, Noah___________________ Nye. Ronald____________________ Odegard, Terry ................ Ogren. Cynthia------------------ O'Halloran, Joan ..._.......... Oiestad, Sissel-------------- — Oly, Roger_____________________ Orr, Iva Lea ___________________ Ouelette, Hugh ---------------- Owings. Richard----------------- Pace, Gary ..................... Paige. Patsy ................... Paisley. Larry ................. Palmor, Carol ................. Paullin, Mary .........—....... Pauly, Gordon ...............— Peabody. Mike------------------- Perna. Fred ____________________ Peterson, Earl ----------------- Pfau, Ron______________________ Phipps. Elbert ................. Poll, Christine ............... Pollard. Patricia ............ Pomeroy. Judy _________________ Pomeroy, Phil .................. Popham, Joanne —...........—... Powell. Coral _________________ Pozega, Richard ________________ Pyeatt, Margaret ______________ Ralston. Bertha________________ Rasor, Eve Ann ................ 29. 77. 80. 83, 85. 86 ..........29. 113, 121 ____________________ 41 39 .................64. 77 _________________49. 80 ....89. 113, 115, 122 .................... 96 _____ 64. 113. 115 _____________________64 49. 80. 94 _________89. 113, 114 ...49, 80. 88. 90. 126 _______________64. 126 49. 89. 113, 115, 122 _____________________39 ........-.......... 39 ____________________21 _____________________64 _________________64, 95 _____________________29 ____________________ 64 ________________________64. 92. 94. 96 ........29. 78 ...50, 91. 121 .............29 ________50. 96 ...._.. 64. 80 .....— 50. 96 .............64 ... 40. 85, 94 _______64 96, 113, 115 ............................ 50 ___________________-......-....29 ________________________ 65. 77 .................... 65. 80 __________________ 65. 93. 126 ____________________________ 50 _______________________ -....- 40 ______________________ 50. 92 _________________________50. 125 ...... 30 ________50 65, 80. 93 Raudsep, Frances ..... Ray, Judith __________ Raymond. Patricia..... Raze. Franklin ........ Readlckor. Leonard .. Reardcn, Frankie — Rebish. William ...... Reichle, Judy ........ Reilly, Donald J...... Rich. Joseph ......... Richardson. Ted ...... Riokor. Allister ..... Ries, Billie Jean .... Roe. Patricia Roesti. Chum Roesti. Ronald ....... Rogers. Jeanette ..... Rogers. John ......... Ronnoberg, Alvin ..... Rowe. Mary Anne ...... Rowling. Robert Ruchwardt. Joan Sager, Earl ........... Salmon, Dale ......... Salmonsen, Fred ...... Salmonsen, Larry ...... Salstrom. Margaret Sanders, Joanne ...... Sawyer. Robert ....... Scammon. Doreen .... Scheiffele. Gail ...... Schimpf, Phyllis ...... Schmauch. Dennis .... Schmautz. Larry ....... Schonsberg, Peter Schoonover. Carol ..... Schopfer. Trudy ....... Schuetze. Barbara .... Scoffield. Ward ------- Scofield, Betty ......— Scott, Ron ............ Seaman. Rosalio ....... Selby. Carol .......... Selvig. Jerry -------- Selway. Harold Seymour, Dan ....... Shaw. Suzanne ________ Shea, James __________ Shepherd. Richard ... 65. 126 65 ..... 50 ..... 65 65 65 ________ 65 9. 50. 80 65 65. 93, 126 ..................... 65. 117 .............................. 65 40. 77. 78. 95 .................. 66, 87. 93 40. 85. 92 ____________________________ 66 ______________________________66 ......................... 66. 93 __________________________30. 91 66 ......................-113. 114 ______________________________66 ................... 66, 95. 126 50. 80. 88. 90. 92. 94. 126 30. 96 ______________________66. 79. 94 _____________________50. 80. 124 __________________________ 50. 90 _____________________________ 50 ...............—......—.117. 119 _____________________ 51. 126 ____________51. 90. 103, 124 .......................... 66 ______________________40. 122 ______________________ 51. 80 ____________________________51 _______________________66. 94 _____________________ 66. 96 .30. 76. 117. 118. 122. 123 66 66 66 67 (161)STUDENT DIRECTORY Kibboo, Jesso -.........— Kieckbusch, Larry ....... Kingston, William ....... Kirschner, Jerry Klokor, Letha -------- .. Knodel, Harry ........... Kovacich, Robert ... Kovich, Ronald ---------- Krause, George .......... Keucks, Ronald .......... Kutz, Gertrude .. ....... Ladon. Jack ............. Laionde. Janet . Lane. Michael ..........— Lane, Ronald .............. Lapham, Amber ........... LaRoque. Ann.............. Larson, James .............. LaValley, Janice ......... Lavinder, Dwain ......... Lavinder, Frank _________ Lee. Patti .............. Lemon. Carol------------- Lenarz, Christie . ...... Lester, Charles ......... Lew, Sang ............... Lewis, Irene ------------ Lewis. Larry_____________ Lewis. John______________ Lindquist, Jean---------- Linehart, Leslie -------- Linemann. Paul----------- Li tel. Suzanne---------- Lockwood, Beverly ......... Long, John ______________ Love. Larry-------------- Lovell. Beverly ......... Lovell. Jack ------------ Lovell. Maxine ---------- Lucero. Walter ---------- Luchetti, Levina--------- Lundborg, Alan----------- Lynch. Robert —.......... Lyndes, John ------------ Lyons, John .....-......... MacDonald, Jeanette------ Magera, Dorene ---------- Magstadt, Ron ----------- Makris. Mitch -------.... ..._.28, 121 ...28. 122 ............... 89. 92. 113. 114 ....................... 61. 83. 126 __________________________________ 38 ............................ 48. 86 .10. 43. 48. 83. 87. 89. 121 48 38. 94 _____________ 48. 93. 126 ........................61 _________________________48 ________________________61 _________48. 90, 103. 126 ..._................28. 80 ________________________61 _________________________48 _________________________48 _______48. 80, 88. 92. 125 _________________________48 ........................ 61 _________________________39 ____________________48. 96 ______________62 __________39. 80 48. 90. 93. 126 49. 90. 125. 126 ..............62 ______________49 ............. 39 .......—......62 _________49 _________49 _________49 28. 76. 83 ________62 __________62 ______62. 96 __________62 89. 96. 113 Malesich. Martin ---------- Malletta, Joe ------------- Malyevac. Robert .......... Mann, Robert .............. Marinos. Charles .......... Maroney. Richard .......... Martin. George ............. Mar!insen, Sandy .....- Masola. Jce ............... Mason, Donna —............. Mattson, Saundra ....—..... Maw. Roland Richard _______ McCarthy. Charles ......... McCarthy. Michael ......... McCarthy. Martin .......... McCauley. Larry .....- McClure, Myron------------- McConnell. Clarence ------- McCurdy. LaVon ------------ McDonald. Beth ------------ McDonald. Fred ............ McEnaney. Margaret ........ McGee. Margaret ........... McHugh, John--------------- McKinney. Berna ----------- McLean, Kenneth ....._...... McLeod, Sharlono ----------- McMahon. Katheryn .....— McMannis, Gay ------------- McMorris. Gary------------- McMurchy, Jack------------- McNally. Colleen ........... McOuirk. Mike______________ Mead, Hazel --------------- Mee. James_________________ Meeds. A1__________________ Meissner, David------------ Menti, Dick---------------- Mero, Don .................. Mihelic. Catherine--------- Millor, Dennis ............ Miller. Linda Atkins_______ Miller, Lorene ____________ Miller, Mater ------------- Mitchell, Karen ----------- Mitton. Sharon_____________ Moen, Betty---------------- Monroe. Donna-------------- Moran. Judy ...........— ____________9. 39. 83. 86. 89. 114. 122 41, 85. 86, 93 ___________________62. 79. 89. 113. 115 ___________________________62, 113, 115 ___________________ 28. 76. 90. 92. 125 _________________________________49. 92 _____________________________________62 ______________________________________49 ______________________________________39 ................................... 39 ____________________________—62 _____________________62. 117. 119 _______________________________62 __________________________ 63. 86 _______________________63. 83. 86 _______________________________63 _______________________________63 ___________________63. 80. 92. 93 _______________________________63 _______________________________63 ______________________________ 63 _______________________10. 23. 28 ___________________________63, 96 ______________________63. 93. 126 ___________________________29. 77 _______63. 89. 113, 114. 117. 119 ___________________________63. 91 ____________39. 80. 117. 118 ___________________________29 ______________________49. 79 ___________________________63 ________________89. 113. 114 ____________39. 89. 113. 114 ________23. 29. 89. 113. 114 ___________________________63. 122 ................. 49. 77. 80. 126 . 29. 76, 89. 117, 118. 122. 123 _____________________64 _____________________64 __________64, 93. 126 ..49. 88. 90. 93. 126 (162)STUDENT DIRECTORY Gibbons, Constance ...................—-——.............. -......59 Gibney, Maureen ----------------------- ---------------------- 59 Giles, Lynn Brown ............ -.......—.................... 37 Gillespie, Jack----------------------------------37. 89, 113, 122 Golden, Barbara ...........-......-.....—....—................ 27 Goldie, Ben ............................ —................... 27 Greene, Ann .............-....................———- Green, Robert ............................... -............... 37 Green, Tim .........-............................... -....... Greenheck. Judy ..................................37, 79, 80, 83 Grubbs. Jim ........-------------------------------- 113, 115 Gustafson, Lynn ....................................... 59. 94 Gustafson, Tonya ........................ 43. 47, 77, 80, 90, 126 Hall. Morgan ----------------- -............................... 83 Hall, Norma ----------------- -.......... -....................59 Halverson. Aimer ..........................—...................27 Hamilton. Rosemary ........................................59, 94 Hampa, Donald .................—... .................. -......... Hanby, Richard .............................-.................. 27 Hanley, Junie .................................... 59. 93, 126 Hannon, Gary ................................................ 27 Hansen, Gil --------------------------------- —........... 80 Hansen, Judy .....—----------------------------------------------- Hansen, Jean ----------------------------------- -........ 60. 80 Hanson. William-------------------- —.............-....-.......59 Harper. Glenn .....-.............—........._............- 89. 113 Harrington. Mick ................................ 27, 75. 85, 121 Harrington, Robert ............................................... Harrington. Susan ------------------------------ -..... 60. 80 Harris. Terry .............................. -..........113. 115 Hart, Janice .............................. 9. 37, 85, 86, 90, 92 Hartman, Bernard .......—.....-..................................— Hartman, Harold ............................... —.............. Harvey. Arlene _____________________________________________ 38 Hash, Kenneth _____________________________________________—60 Hash. Marion----------------------------------------------------60 Hash, Marvin ------------------------------------- 27. 80. 87, 91 Haug, Elizabeth --------------------------------------------- 60 Hayworth, Herbert ................................................ Heard, Edward ----------------------------------- —....... 121 Heath, Norman -------------------------------- 38. 85, 86, 87 Hogstad, Spencer_______________________________________________ 60 Hoikkila, Jerry _____________________________________ — 47, 80 Hollyer, Garry ____________________________ —..... 60, 113, 115 Henderson, Tom--------------------------------------- .-----38 Herbolich. Bill_________________________________________________47 Hilgers, Alice ________________________________________ 38, 93 Hill, John Ray .............................................—60 Hinson, Glenda............................................. 96 Hocking, Ralph ..... Hodgson, Lawrence Holgron, Brian 27 Hollestoinor, Charles Holman, Robert ...... Hopper, Alan ........ Horner, Frances _____ Hoye, Sally ......... Hoyer, Thomas ....... Hughos, Fron ........ Hugulot, Bill ....... Hukaba, Sonny Hull, Richard ...... Hundahl, Sue Hungerford. Sandra Hunt, Wesley ....... Hunter, James ...... Hunter. Shirley .... Huntington. Brian ... Irwin, Duane ....... Jackson. Robert James. Albert ...... James, Linda ......— Jenkins. Tom ....... Jenkins, Kon ....... Jensen. Nels ....... Jensen. Karen ...... Jenson, Timothy ---- Jessen, Sally ...... Johns, Chuck —...... .... 47 113, 114 ...... 60 .......60 ______27 9. 38. 90. 92 47 28 47. 96 ......113, 115 _________28 _________60 47, 77. 126 60 47 113, 115 ......121 ...... 60 47. 80 28. 117, 118 61 Johansen, Faye Ellen Johnston. Francis ... Jonasen. Joan ....... Jonasen. Richard ____ Jones, Bernard ...... _________________61 ____61. 117, 119 ... 61. 94. 126 ..... 61. 92 .10, 38. 121 Jones. Gerald _____________________________________ 38. 96. 117, 119 Jones, Tom -------------------------------------------------------- 38 Jose, John ------------------------------------------------------ 47 Juergens, Pat (Mrs.).............. -------------- —......-........ Keel, William____________________________________________________61 Kelly. Carol ______________________________________________ 61. 93 Kelly, Jude —----------------------------------------- -... 48. 80 Kelly, Marion --------------------------------------------------- — Kelly, Nancy------------------------------------------------ Kelly. William______________________________________________ 47 Kemper. Jane .......—--------------------------------------- 61 Kendall. Glenda ...................... —............ 61 Kendall. Ronald......................................... 48, 94 Kont, Neil ............................................... 28 (163)STUDENT DIRECTORY Shoxon. Glon ............................ —....—............... 51 Shuman, Bud ........................................... 40, 113 Sibley. Helen ............................................. 51 Sibley, Twyla —............. —............ 67 Sichting. James . ...................-..........._.............. 51 Silzly. Richard ..............................—....—-—51 Simon, Duane ................................ -........ 51. 77, 91 Sizemore, Laurie .............................................. 51 Skillman, Bernice .................................... —..51, 94 Skillman, Rosa Jean ........................... 40, 77, 78. 94 Sloan, Janice ............................................. 67. 126 Sbvacek. Joseph 121 Smith, Jerry 67 Smith, Linda 67, 77 Smith, Sally ........................................... 40. 94 Smith, Sandra .................................—.................... 67 Smith. Shirley ..................................10, S3. 67. 79. 87 Smollack, Donna 67 Soyland. Karon ..............................................67. 96 Sparks, Edward ............................................... 67 Spevacek, Kenneth ............................................ 51 Sprout. Melvyn ............... —...................................... Standford, Jill 67. 96 Staton, Doan 51. 94 Steadman. Joan ............................................ 67, 77 Steadman. Richard 30, 76. 83. 85. 86. 91 Stephens, George ................................................. 40 Stephens, Maryellen .............................................. 67 Stephens. Raymond ........................................... 51 Stevens. Phyllis 68. 83 Stevenson, Gloria .......................................... 21 Stoltz, George ................................... ...68, 113, 116 Stoner. James .................................................. 80 Stoos. Wesley __________________________________________________ 96 Stranieri, Betty ............................................... 80 Stroh, Dean 30. 85 Sullivan. Bob 68. 113. 116 Sullivan, John E. ........................................ 40, 85 Sumner, James ........................................ 68, 113. 115 Sumner, Sandra Sullivan .................................. .52, 126 Sutherland, Don........... 30, 89, 113. 114 Sutton. Ruth ............................................. 68. 96 Takala, Ray____________________________________________________ 68 Talbot, Judy ______________________________________________________ 68 Talbott. Roger ..................................... 92. 113, 114 Tash, Donald ........................................ 52 Taylor. William ___________________ Terry, Judy ......... ............. Thomas, Donna _____________________ Thompson, Ellis ___________________ Tobin. John ----------------------- Tollefson, Nancy __________________ Truckner. Ruth ____________________ Truckner, Mary Ellen Tysdal, Robert ..........—...... — Tysdal, Russell ................... Vallance. Darrell ................. Vallance. Sharon ................. Vandorpau. Gordon ................ Vedovatti, Judy ................... Ventrilla, Angelo _________________ Voll, Sven ........................ Voytcski, Joseph ------------------ Wakeiiold. Elaine _................ Wales. Rose Marie ................ Walker. Dick Walker, Margaret ................. Wallace. Velma ............—......— Walsh, James ..................... Warren, Cecil ............ .......— V earley. Lorna —.................. Weaver, Ronald ................. — Webb. Shirley _____________________ Webber. Shirley ................... Webster. Raymond .................. Welsh. Judy .................. ... Weston, Karen .................... Wheat. Mildred -------------------- White, Howard ................... — White. Sandra --------------------- White. Thomas _____________________ Whitman. John Jay ................. Wilber. Leona _____________________ Wilhelm. Don ..............—....... Williams, James .....—............. Wogamcn, Steve ................. Worring, Barbara............... — Wortman, Rena --------------------- Wright. Eddio --------------------- Young, Mao ------------------------ Zink. Dale ...................... — Zink. 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