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C 3CHINOOK 1966 WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE DILLON, MONTANA Published by The Junior Class Volume Fifty-eight II Administration and Activities Faculty pp. 19-50 pp. 7-18 Organizations pp. 51-86 1 Expanding Horizons At one time or another, all college students will ask the questions, "What am I doing here? Where am I going? What is my purpose? Is college supposed to be four years of social life? What is a college education?” We all know that college is supposed to be our preparation for the world outside. Campus social life should help to make us well-rounded citizens—but why? In the following pages, we shall illustrate, by example, what Western Montana College has done for others, and what it can do for you. What you make of this opportunity is up to you. You must expand your own horizons.Sports Classes Familiar Faces and pp. 87-10-1 pp. 105-168 Well-Known Places pp. 169-181Dedication MISS GEORGIA MATHEWS Miss Georgia Mathews, Dean of Women at Western Montana College for many years, ended a long and dedicated career with her retirement this year. As Dean of Women, Miss Mathews gave generously of her time and effort to provide a home away-from-homc for the women of the Residence Hall. Students and alumni will always remember Miss Mathews for her interest and helpful advice during their college years. We, the Chinook Staff, respectfully and gratefully dedicate the 1966 yearbook to Miss Georgia Mathews. I am a part of all that 1 have met. 4 TENNYSONIn Memoriam We, the Chinook Staff of 1966, dedicate this page to the memory of a friend and fellow student, Johnny Quick, who lost his life in an automobile accident during the winter of 1966. He was the son of Mr. Boyd Quick of Dillon and had attended Beaverhead High School before entering Western Montana College in the fall of 1965. I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence comcth my help. My help comcth from the Lord, which made heaven and earth. He will not suffer thy foot to be moved; He that keepeth thee will not slumber. Behold, He that keepeth Israel shall neither slumber nor sleep. The Lord is thy keeper: the Lord is thy shade upon thy right hand. The sun shall not smite thee by day, nor the moon by night. The Lord shall presene thee from all evil: He shall preserve thy soul. The Lord shall presene thy going out and thy coming in from this time forth, and even for evermore. 5 PSALM 121The College Song Music by Ralph McFadden Words by Vivian Robe "WESTERN COLLEGE, HERE'S TO YOU" Thy towers stretching upward Guide us on our way: Thy green lawns rolling outward Hold us throughout the day. Each memory brings a thrill Of golden days upon the hill, Of Montana's fairest valley, Where our hearts must always rally. Western College, here’s to you, For to you we’ll all be true. Though we’re far away at work or play We shall keep our colors flying still for you. So onward through the years we go, And no one dares to tell us no. For we’re bringing to fame, that dear old name— Western College, here’s to you.Faculty and AdministrationPRESIDENT JAMES E. SHORT President’s Message It is a privilege to be a part of this 1966 Chinook. Within its pages lies a partial history of one year in the life of an institution (in reality the first year as Western Montana College). Personnel come and go—History goes on—Western goes on—time goes on. A steady stream of graduates goes out to take positions as effective, productive members of society. As you look back on the year 1965-66 this Chinook will provide you a firm link and reminder of this year to correct the frailties of memory. May your memories be predominantly pleasant. A 8 State Board of Education Mr. John French, Ronan; Mrs. Marjorie W. King, Winnct; Mr. John E. O'Neil, Butte; Mr. M. E. Richard, Miles City; Miss Harriet Miller; Governor Tim Babcock; Attorney General Forrest H. Anderson; Mr. A. A. Arras, Jr., Cut Bank; Mr. Gordon Mullcndore, GIcndixe; Dr. Gordon Doering, Helena; Mr. Boynton Paige, Philipsburg. Local Board of Education 9 Mr. O. A. Bcrgeson, Mrs. Amy Gilbert, Mr. W. G. Gilbert, Dr. James E. ShortEducation RALPH KNEELAND Associate Professor of Education B.S. Ed.. Northeast Missouri State Teachers College M.E., Univ. of Montana 10 JOHN CUMMING Proftssor of Education B.B.A.. Univ. of Minnesota M.Ed., Ph.D., Unis-, of Washington RODNEY PETTY Associate Professor of Education B.S.. M.S.. Oregon College of Education D.Ed., University of Oregon HELEN STRUCKMAN Assistant Professor of Education B.A., M.Ed., Univ. of Montana JOSEPH FEATHERS Professor of Education A.B., Willamette Univ. M.S.. Ph.D.. Univ. of Washington REED SHIELDS Associate Professor of Education B.Ed.. Univ. of Alberta M.A., Univ. of Montana D.Ed., Brigham Young Univ.English i THERESE BRYCHTA Instructor in English B.A.. Univ. of California EDWARD CEBULL Associate Professor of English B.E.. Western Montana Collect M.A., Univ. of Montana FRED GILLIARD Instructor in English B.S., Northern Montana College BLANCHE McMANUS Assistant Professor of English B.E.. Western Montana Collect M.A., Univ. of Washincton ALMEDA MANN Instructor in English B.A., Intermountain Union Collect MARY MARJERRISON Assistant Professor of English B.A.. Indiana Central Collecc M.A., Indiana Univ. JOE RYBURN Assistant Professor of English B.E., Western Montana College M.A.. University of Denver L_ iiScience and Math DANIEL BLOCK Assistant Professor of Biological Science B.S., Mi., Univ. of MonUna GORDON BENNETT Assistant Profenor of Mathematics B.A., Hiram College M.A., Bowling Green State Univ. RICHARD PETERSON Instructor in Physical Science B.A.. University of Montana M.S., Columbia TERRANCE CYPHER Assistant Professor of Mathematics B.S., M.S.. Montana State Univ. HENRY STISH Dears of Men Associate Professor of Science B.S.. Bcmidiji State College M.Ed., Univ. of North Dakota HOWARD SMITH Associate Professor of Physical Science B.S., M.S.. Montana State Univ. 12Social Science FRANK BUSCH Instructor in Social Science B.A., M.A., University of Montana STANLEY DAVISON DAVID GALLAGHER Professor of Social Scierne B.A.. M.A.. University of Montana Ph.D.. Univ. of California Instructor in Physical Education and Social Science B.S.. Univ. of Minnesota M.P.H., Univ. of California DALE TASH Associate Professor of Social Science B.S.. Western Montana College M.A., Univ. of Montana Physical Education DONALD KELTZ Instructor in Physical Education B.S., Western Montana College DONA WALLACE Instructor in Physical Education B.S.. Montana State Univ. Instructor in Physical Education B.S., Montana State Univ. M.S.. Western Montana College Professor of Physical Education B.E.. Western Montana College M.E., Univ. of Montana 13Music SAMUEL DAVIS Assistant Ptoftsior of Music B.M., Univ. of Montana M.M.. Manhattan School of Music RALPH McFADDEN Proftisor of Music B.M., Dana Musical Institute M.M.. American Conservatory of Music MARY EMERICK Professor of Art B.A.. Univ. of Washington M.A.. Columbia ROSCO WRIGHT Instructor in Art B.S.. M.S.. Univ. of Oregon Business JOHN GARRY Associate Professor of Business B.B.A.. B.S.. M.A.. Univ. of Minnesota Industrial Arts CLAY BORN ANDERS Associate Professor of Industrial Arts B.S., M.S., Montana State Univ. German MAX FEUERSTACK Instructor in German Univ. of Gottingen. Prussia B.D., Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary 14Registrar’s Office PAUL O. PICTON Registrar B.A., Dickinaon State College M.A., Univ. of Montana LOUISE FARRIS Secretary to tie Registrar BETTY SPEHAR Clerk-Typist Secretaries MARJORIE CLEMENS Secretary to Dean of Education HELEN GALLAGHER Secretary to tie President VIOLA GRAVES Secretary, Correspondence Study 15Business Office ■■ WILLIAM MALLINSON Business Manager Liverpool Institute. Skerry's College. Liverpool. England HARDING HANSON Assistant Buuneii Manager VIOLA HOLTER Bookkeeper DOLLY ROTTWEILER Clerk Library DOROTHY GELHAUS Assistant Professor of Education librarian B.A.. B.S.. Univ. of Washington IVA LEA ORR Assistant Librarian 16MRS. LEONA MUNSON House Mother LUCILLE PADDOCK Dean ot Women; Manager, Residence Hall R.N.. B.S., Montana State Univ. 17 BARI LYNN GILLIARD Student Union Building Coordinator; Bookstore Manager B.A.. Univ. of Montana SAGA Food Service DENNIS DEVITT Atihunt Manager Westerns students enjoy the clean, sparkling atmosphere of the newly-remodeled cafeteria. SAGA offers the students a large variety of delicious foods served by the friendly student workers.  19Chinook The Chinook staff of 1966 has strived to capture for you in a pictorial history the events and activities which take place during the hectic days of college life. This book is to be an aid to your memory so that you can recall in the years to come the year 1966 at Western. A great deal of interest and dedication has been put forth by the staff so that this book will be meaningful to you as well as to us. CONNIE SPROUTStaff CONNIE SPROUT—Editor CAROL HILLARD—Associate Editor KATHLEEN McNELIS—Business Manager and Assistant LEE CHAMBERS- -Sports Editor JIM NELSON—Assistant Sports Editor CAROL MELVIN—Picture Editor LINDA CHAMBERS—Picture Editor DAVE WILSON—Activities Editor OTTO DILL—Assistant BARBETH SMITH—Art Work BILL KAJIN—Art Work MISS McMANUS Advisor22The best and most important part 9.9Cw- 2425262728Freshman Orientation Freshmen registering and moving into the dorms as they are welcomed by upperclassmenPaul and Ben Reynolds Western Honors Paul Hawkins NATIONAL MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY POSTER BOY Paul and Shawn Davis Paul and President JohnsonHomecoming Royalty CHRISTY WORRING Attendants— GERRY STUBBLEFIELD SUSAN BROWN KEITH ANN HARTSadie Hawkins King and Queen of Dogpatch: FRANK KEEN AND CHRISTY WORRING Li'I Abner and Daisy Mac: ROBERT NAU AND SHARON WEDUM Funniest Couple: NEIL MACKENZIE AND CAROL HILLARD The Sadie Hawkins Dance is an annual girl-ask-boy dance sponsored by WRA. The members of WRA are kept busy selling tickets and decorating for this exciting occasion. Costumes were unique, and the choice of trophy winners was a difficult task.As Christmas neared, Mrs. Paddock and the girls in the dorm were busy making decorations to give the Womens' Residence Hall a Christmas atmosphere.Annual Faculty Christmas Dinner Western’s Faculty Women’s Club held its annual Christmas dinner in the dining room. Musical selections and Christmas carols constituted the entertainment for the evening. SAGA student workers served the faculty and helped to make the evening enjoyable. 37Christy at the Rose Bowl Parade in Pasadena Miss Christy Worring, our Homecoming Queen, represented Western Montana College at the Rose Bowl Parade in Pasadena, California. Left to right: Christy Worring; Sandy Von Eschen, Havre; and Mary McGrath, Butte. 38Miss Western Pageant — 1966 Miss Congeniality SUE MARTINSONThe Miss Western Pageant is preliminary competition for the Miss America Pageant. The sixteen semi-finalists were judged on personality, intellect, talent, and beauty. Miss Sharon Wedom will be Western’s representative at the State Finals. From left to right: Third Runner-up, Carol Melvin; First Runner-up. Claudia Downing; Miss Western, Sharon Wcdum; Second Runner-up, Julie Dickinson; Fourth Runner-up, Peggy Palo. Mistress ot Ceremonies, MARY JO MAIRELE—Miss Rodeo MontanaSHERRY BRADLEY Miss Congeniality 1965 Miss Western Pageant FINALISTS Sally Larson, fourth; Betty Belcourt, first; RacCillc Strasser. Miss Western; Susan Brown, second; and Elizabeth Capehart, third.Go Western Day WMC held its annual Go Western Day festivities on January 24, 1966. The day’s events included the wearing and judging of western costumes, the annual rivalry' basketball game with Eastern Montana College, and a dance sponsored by the Rodeo Club. All day the campus was teeming with students and faculty members wearing western apparel, a tradition in recognition of Go Western Day. The winners of the various awards were Bob Nau, longest beard; Joe Holt, trimmest beard; Jocko Gehring, bushiest beard; Loretta Stacy, unique girls' costume; Sam Windy Boy. unique boys' costume; Carol Askcy, best-dressed cowgirl; Shawn Davis, best-dressed cowboy; Mr. Stish. best-dressed faculty member; Patty Emmett, best old-time costume; Keith Ann Hart, tightest pants; and Mr. Tash, meanest professor. Honorable mention goes to Bob "Sinbad” Rowling for his attempt at wearing Western written across his face in whiskers. 44Half-time entertainment for the annual Western-Eastern basketball game was provided by the Wcstcrncttcs, Western’s Drill Team. This lineup of dudes, drug-store cowboys, and other characters reminiscent of the Old West was characteristic of the WMC campus scene on Go Western Day.Memorial Bookshelf Dedicated to Mr. 0. K. Moe Left to right: Mr. O. A. Bcrgcson, Dr. James Short, Miss Dorothy Gelhaus, Mrs. Edna Moe, Mr. Ralph McFadden, Mr. Dale Tash, Dr. Stanley Davison. Dedication of a memorial book shelf to Mr. O. K. Moe, a teacher at Western for many years, was held in the library, July 14, 1965. Mr. Dale Tash presided, and Mr. Ralph McFadden was the speaker. Mrs. Edna Moo, widow of Mr. Moe, has presented to the general collection of the library several books on Western History. The library, under the able supervision of Miss Dorothy Gelhaus, provides a studious atmosphere for those students who find it difficult to study in the dorms. 46 iMiss Mathews Honored by Surprise Party Miss Georgia Mathews was special guest at a dinner given in her honor by the faculty and local board members of Western Montana College on December 3, 1965. Mr. Dale Tash was master of ceremonies. Dr. Short presented, on behalf of the faculty members, Miss Mathews with a gift of an amethyst ring which was given in appreciation of her long and loyal efforts of service to WMC. 47KZN Winter Formal Judy and Melva greet happy couples as they enter the land of the Sweetheart Tree for an evening of dancing. 48The annual KZN Winter Formal was held February 12, 1966. The theme was “The Sweetheart Tree” with music furnished by the "El Matadors” of Bozeman. This year the dance was a tremendous success, and many of the couples attended the smorgasbord sponsored by KZN following the dance. The couples at the Formal were entertained by the very enjoyable voices of Julie Dickinson and Paul Stahl singing "Wanting You” and "The Sweetheart Tree." L 49Art Exhibit An open class art exhibit was presented by students of WMC, students of Beaverhead County High School, and several townspeople on January 18, 19, and 20. Included in the exhibit were paintings, sketches, water colors, sculptures, pen and ink drawings, photography, and freeform ceramics. 50Organizations 51Associated CENTRAL BOARD Jill Brucr, Vice-President; El wood Webb, Business Manager; Mr. Stish, Advisor; Dave Amot, Sophomore Class President; Paul Kuecks, Co-Social Director; Will Tebay, Representative-at-large; Bill Flechsenhar, President; Paula Nelson, Representative-at large; Carol Hillard, Secretary; Frank Keen, Representative-at-large; Mr. Cypher, Advisor; Wayne Lersbak, Senior Class President; J. D. Lynch, Freshman Class President. Officers President BILL FLECHSENHAR Vice-President JILL BRUER Secretary CAROL HILLARDStudents INTERCLUB COUNCIL, a new organization on campus, is composed of one representative from each club and is striving to coordinate Western's activities. THE SOCIAL-DANCE COMMITTEE is a group of active students who strive to further cultural activities. These students work very hard planning interesting activities for the student body. IWho’s Who BETTY BACON GARY DAVIS MARION HEWITT Sixteen Seniors were chosen to represent Western in the current edition of Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. These students were chosen by the Scholarship and Awards Committee on the basis of demonstrated ability and leadership. Betty attended Beaverhead County High School and came to Western in the fall of 1962. She has been rated very high scholastically throughout her years at Western. Among her awards arc the Wayne Montgomery Sr. Memorial Scholarship and two Advanced Honor scholarships. She is a member of KZN and has served as secretary of Drum Corps. Jill, another BCHS graduate, began attending Western Winter Quarter of 1963 after transferring from St. Patrick’s School of Nursing in Missoula. Her activities include KZN, Westernettes, and Chinook staff. She has served as junior class treasurer and this year Student Body Vice-President. Gar)r is known for his work in the physical education department, primarily for his role as a part-time instructor in gymnastics and swimming. Having had extensive recreation experience, he was hired on a partial scholarship in the fall of 1962 to expand the range of WMC's educational offerings. Gary was elected class president as a junior and has been in several campus dramatic productions. As Student Body President and Wescolite co-editor for the 1965-66 school year, Bill has done an effective job of leading and co-ordinating school activities in an orderly and progressive manner. Boundless energy and unquestioned ability have enabled him to compile an envious record both in and out of the classroom. A member of M Club, Chanticleers, and Matrix, Bill was student body vice-president last year and also editor of the 1965 Chinook. Marion has been active throughout her college years as a member of Westernettes, WRA, Pep Club, PEMM Club, and WRA Executive Board. Her greatest contributions to Western, however, have been her vitality, wit, and charm as displayed through her role as WMC cheerleader the past three years. Marion came to Western in 1962 from Victor. Paul has been active in student government throughout his stay at WMC. A Student Affairs Board member for two years and chairman of the Interclub Council, he currently presides over both SEA and Drum Corps, as well as serving the position of Co-Social Director. Active in dramatics, Paul played outstanding roles in the musicals "My Fair I.ady” and "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.” Louise came to Western as a graduate of Conrad High School and has taken part in many campus activities. She has been active in Young Democrats, Pep Club, PEMM Club, WRA, Westernettes, SEA, KZN, and on the Chinook Staff. Her name has frequently appeared on the honor roll, for which she captured an Advanced Honor scholarship for this year. Danny transferred to Western in the fall of 1963 from the then Montana School of Mines. During his stay here he has been active in the Drum Corps, SEA, Young Democrats, Chinook staff, and chorus. A member of the Recreation Committee last year, he also received an Advanced Honor scholarship for scholastic achievement. LOUISE MORROW 54 - h JILL BRUER BILL FLECHSENHAR PAUL KUECKS DAN RUDEWho’s Who RUSSELL RUmNGER Russ, a native of Casper, Wyoming, transferred to Western in the fall of 1964 on a football scholarship. His completeness of character and well-balanced scholastic attitude have combined with his ferocity and prowess on the football field to earn him a solid reputation with both faculty and students. A conscientious student as well as a selfless and dedicated athletic performer, Russ has distinguished himself in many ways in the short time he has been at Western. Linda came to Western in the fall of 1962 on a high school honor scholarship and since has received two Advanced Honor scholarships for her outstanding grades. Active in Westernettes, WRA, and Inter-Varsity, she has also become known as the person to sec when dealing with the textbook library. Sissel, a consistent honor roll scholar, has been active in many fields. A recipient of the Montana PTA Scholarship and an Advanced Honor scholarship, she has been a member of Inter-Varsity, Pep Club, KZN, the Women’s House Council, WRA, and the Chinook staff. During the school year 1962-63 she was a cheerleader, and she reigned over the 1962 fall festivities as Homecoming queen. Otis entered Western in the fall of 1962 on a high school honor scholarship. He has become well known for his scholastic ability, having earned three Advanced Honor scholarships. The shining light of the physical science department, Otis is also a member of the Drum Corps. Mary Kay Tracy came to Western as a graduate of Anaconda Central High School in 1962. As a frequent honor roll listee she has maintained a high scholastic standard. A cheerleader during the 1963-64 school year, Mary Kay has also been active in Pep Club, PEMM Club, and WRA. Arlene has been highly active in all forms of dramatics activity since coming to Western from Hamilton. An honor student throughout her school days, she has been awarded two Advanced Honor scholarships. She has also been active in Inter-Varsity. Christy, the 1965 Homecoming queen, received a two-year diploma in 1964 and taught in the elementary grades for one year before returning to Western’s campus this year. A recipient of the Maty B. Emcrick Award in 1964, Christy has been highly active in the WMC art department and has received recognition for her fine ability in artistic endeavors. Christy served as state director of SEA and has also been active in KZN. She also represented WMC at the Rose Bowl Parade in 1966. Lorna, a transfer student from Eastern Montana College, has been active in many fields since coming to Western. Always deeply interested in the problems that face today’s teachers, she has become known for her work in SEA and for her interest in elementary teaching. OTIS THOMPSON ARLENE WHITE CHRISTY WORRING LORNA YULE 55Kappa Zeta Nu President SISSEL SELVIG Vice-President LOUISE MORROW KZN sponsors for the 1965-1966 year arc Mrs. Paddock and Mrs. Daniel Block. Secretary CONNIE SPROUT Treasurer CHRISTY WORRING Karen Gustafson Carol Hillard Lana Smith Sally Larsen Edwina Neild Judy Nagcngast Sue Wangcrin 56 Melva BellLynn Blair Chris Finnland Sue Martinson Judy Sivertson Cathy Miller Linda Sahinen Rac Cillc Strasser Betty Bacon Loretta Stacy Janet Carr Sandy Hummel Charlotte Howard Beverly Stockton KZN is the oldest and one of the most respected organizations on our campus. Our goal is to further social relationships here at Western. Our colors are pink and grey, and our flower is the American beaut)' rose. To become eligible for membership a girl must have been enrolled at Western for two successive quarters and must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.65. The three colorful days of their initiation each Fall and Spring are enjoyed by all. The main activity for the year is the KZN formal. This year’s theme was the "Sweetheart Tree.” We also sponsor a service project each year for a worthy cause. 571 The Student Education Association is an organization for future teachers, so that the)' may further their knowledge about the teaching profession. SEA Officers President PAUL KUECKS Vice-President DAN RUDE Secretary NANCY BREWINGTON Treasurer NANCY BREWINGTON Regional Director PAULETTE MISCHKOT SEA Beatnik Dance SFA sponsored a beatnik dance in honor of Halloween. Witches and goblins turned into a non-conforming society of Western’s students.Chanticleers Chanticleers, an honorary journalistic organization on campus, is noted for its work on our school’s publications. To become members, students must work on the Wescol'ite or Chinook for one quarter. The Chanticleer sponsor is Miss Blanche McManus. Chanticleer Officers— President— MICK ODDEN Vice President— WALT HANSEN Secretary-Treasurer— CAROL HILLARD Matrix Matrix is a special club within Chanticleers composed of students honored for their exceptional achievement in journalism. Those chosen for this organization this year are Bill Elechsenhar, Carol Hillard, and Mick Odden. 60Mick shows the class the proper method of laying out a front page. MRS. MANN —Advisor Western’s journalism class is responsible for publishing the Wes-colite, the weekly campus newspaper. Co-editors: BILL ELECHSENHAR MICK ODDEN 61Gargoyles The Gargoyle Club is the College dramatics organization, the purpose of which is to study and produce a number of long and short plays for presentation to the College students and the community. Membership is open to any student who successfully participates in various phases of the production of drama.Plays of 1965 “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” CAST: Daniel Block, Helen Williams, Wayne Krahe, Alice Johnson, David La-londe, Dick Silberman, Ron Kuecks, Greg Gcndall, Dave Arnot, Ron Mathern, Gary Imelli, Paul Kuecks, Kirsten Tronnberg, Linda Cooney, Judy Brown, Sharon Anderson, Mary Jo Brenneman, and Joyce Berry. "JENNY KISSED ME” CAST: Jerry Dye, Merlin Stromer, Betty Henningsen, Paulette Fraser, Doreen Scam-mon, Dorcnc Dover, Linda Corbett, Lorel Sjoblom, R. J. Shutey, Paula Nelson, and Raymond Brown. “Jenny Kissed Me”Forensics Members of the Forensics include I.inda Langton, Stevie Cary, Mr. Gilliard, sponsor; Cheri Smith, and Mike Callahan. Forensics is composed of students who are interested in participating in the various speech activities on the campus. These activities include inter-collegiate competition in debate, interpretative reading, extemporaneous speaking, and oratory. Linda Langton, a member of the Forensics Association, honored Western by placing first in one of the rounds at the Treasure State Invitational Speech Meet held at Montana State University in Bozeman.Art Club Standing: Loretta Stacy, James Given, Robert Parsons, Linda Schuler. Seated: Karen Thompson, Lana Smith, president; Shirley Osborne, secretary; Vicki Vichorck, treasurer; Rae Cillc Strasscr, Karen Sue Reeves. (Not pictured—Christ)' Worring, vice-president.) Kappa Pi Standing: James Given, Karilyn Kountz, Mrs. Emcrick, sponsor; Mrs. Orr, Neil Mackenzie. Seated: Lana Smith, Helena Noldan, Shirley Osborne. KAPPA PI is a national honorary art fraternity formed to promote art. Chapters of KAPPA PI are installed in recognized colleges, universities, and art schools which meet national standards. 65Band Western's band and chorus directed by Mr. Samuel Davis and accompanied by Mr. Ralph MeFadden presenting a Christmas concert. Chorus Music GroupsI Western’s Choral Group, under the direction of Mr. Samuel Davis, performed for the SEA Fireside during the Christmas season. The choir practices extensively to perfect their program for public appearances.Student Wives Student Wives held their annual Winter Carnival on February 18 in the ballroom of the Student Union Building. All organizations were invited to have a booth at this carnival. Those who attended the carnival enjoyed themselves.Paula Dyer, President; Leslie Voytoski, Vice-President; Linda Walt, Social Correspondent; Penny Torgrimson, Secretary; (Not pictured—Sue Combs, Treasurer) "P.H.T.” (Putting Hubby Through) is the familiar motto of the Student Wives. The Student Wives is an off-campus organization composed of the women whose husbands arc attending Western. Their annual carnival was a success and very enjoyable. 69 Women’s House Council The House Council was reorganized this year to make it a smaller, more workable group to perform the function of representative government for the girls' dormitory. It is now composed of four representatives of each class. The group has been responsible for making rules concerning dorm hours and disciplinary actions. In this group problems arising in the dorm are discussed and remedies suggested. Dormitory' social functions are also planned by this group. This year four girls were sent to the Montana Associated Women Students Convention in Missoula. They were interested in obtaining information concerning the Associated Women Students with the idea of bringing the AWS to this campus. It is hoped that by organizing AWS more girls not living in the dorm could be included in campus activities. Officers Chairman—NANCY BREWINGTON Secretary-Treasurer—EVELYN TABER Those leaving for AWS in MissoulaNewman Club Newman Club was host to The Rocky Mountain Province Convention on Western’s campus over Thanksgiving Vacation. Rocky Mountain Province includes all Newman Clubs in Idaho and Montana University systems. Western’s group was busy Pall Quarter planning and working on the convention. Officers: president, Janet Carr; vice-president, Pat Rogers; secretary, Kathleen McNelis; and treasurer, Sue Feeney. Wesley Methodist Christian Fellowship Officers: President, JAN JALLINGS Vice-President, DOUG OLSON; Secretary, SALLY LARSEN; Treasurer, GEORGE ARNOT ICC Representative, CATHY LARSEN. Lutheran Students Association Officers: President— GENE GIESE Sec.-Treas.— VIRGINIA STUBBERT 72Canterbury Club PASTOR HAY EDWIN WILSON KATHY MILLER Officers President EDWIN WILSON S MARY BETH MILLER EPISCOPAL YOUTH GROUP Inter-Varsity INTERDENOMINATIONAL RELIGIOUS GROUP IV Officers President GENE GIESE Vice President MARGARET BAUER Sccretary-T reasurer MARGUERITE SKILLMAN 73Rodeo Club The Western Montana College Rodeo Club is a part of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association. Rodeo is now a college sport on most western campuses. The national finals is a major event each summer. Western has had many outstanding teams. Former star Shawn Davis is now R.C.A. World Saddle Bronc Champion. The Aho Indian Club is open to everyone, Indian or Non-Indian, interested in Indian culture and affairs. It is the orientation and home unit for Indian students on the campus. The basketball team won the big Northwestern Intertribal Tournament held at Warm Springs Agency, Oregon. 74Indian Club Officers: President—DICK WIEGAND Vice-President—EDITH MATT Secretary—NANCY BROWN Treasurer—MARGENE McCLURE Historian—JERUND COURCHENE Sergeant at Arms—DON HOWARD Sam Windy Boy as he appeared in Go Western Day in the costume which won him the honor of being the most unusually dressed boy. 75“M” Club Officers President— DICK TREBESCH Vice-President— WAYNE LERSBAK Secretary— MICK ODDEN Treasurer— BILL HINER Scrgeant-at-Arms— DALE COMBS 76 "M” Club is sponsored by William Straugh, Athletic Director of WMC. The men who belong to this club put in long hours of practice and sacrifice much of their study and leisure time to become better team members. Through the 'M” Club they receive recognition for their spirited efforts. 77The Women's Recreation Association is a campus organization which enables interested young women to participate in sports. 78WRA Executive Board Officers: President MARY KAY TRACY Vice-President JOY PLETAN Secretary RITA BENNETTS Treasurer SUE MARTINSON PEMM Club PEMM Club or the Physical Education Major—Minor Club is an organization open to women majoring or minoring in physical education. Officers: President MARION HEWITT Vice-President STEPH KORE Secretary CONNIE FLECHSENHAR Sports Board Rep. JORUNN SOYLAND 79SUE MARTINSEN RITA BENNETTS , - ,„r KATHY QUANE MARGENE McCLURE KEREL PETERSWestern’s Cheer Queen MARION HEWITT Western’s Cheerleaders The Cheerleaders arc a group of girls who deserve a lot of praise. They put forth a tremendous amount of effort to promote the school spirit of Western’s student body toward supporting our teams.Fencing Club Fencing Club Officers: President DON DRIVDAHL Vice President DAVE BEMEKING Sec.-Treas. SHERYL STOKES Inter-club Council Rep. LYN GNIDIC Advisor SID FREDRICKSON Fencing MatchSki Club Officers: President—DALLAS BOSTWICK Secretary—LINDA COONEY Treasurer KEITH ANN HART Mr. Rybum. Sponsor. taking it easy On February 18 twenty-one skiers from WMC went to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, for a weekend of skiing. The skiers stayed at the Teton Village Hotel. The weather, scenery, and ski conditions were excellent, and this added to the skiers enjoyment of the trip.Westernettes Westernettes, our co ed drill team, provides entertainment for many campus activities. They perform during half-time at football and basketball games. Here we see them in action at half-time on Go Western Day. Officers; Captain, Janet Carr; First Lieutenant, Linda Hopkins; and Second Lieutenant, Louise Morrow.Gymnastics Club Officers: President—JOHN BRAS Vice-President—JORUNN SOYLAND Sec.-Treas.—MELVA BELL ICC Representative—JAY RYDELL Instructor—GARY DAVIS Senior Member—JUDY NAGENGASTDrum Corps The Drum Corps has been quite an active organization in previous years, but their activities were halted this year because of one problem—no equipment. Later in the year the group was able to arrange the purchase of their equipment, so some interest has now been revived. Under the direction of Paul Kuecks, the Drum Corps continues to work out routines, although they have still remained inactive. The Drum Corps deserves a great deal of credit for continuing to march on over these difficulties. 8687Western’s — Hard Fighting 88Bulldogs ’65 High Spirited - 89 LARRY VEIS All-Conference Center Outstanding Players CARL HENDERSON All-Conference Tackle WAYNE CHRISTIANSEN NAIA Outstanding Lineman All-Conference Linebacker BILL McCLESKEY NAIA Outstanding BackRON MATHERN Billings WAYNE PAEFHAUSEN DillonBOB BELL Spokane, Wash. JIM CLAIRMONT Dixon DAN WOOLEY Townsend DENNIS SASEK East Helena BILL PERRY Seattle, Washington LARRY HEAPHY Anaconda JIM BOSCH Hines, OregonJOHN PUSCHMANN Emmett, Idaho RUSS RUTTINGER Casper, Wyoming TED ANDERSON Cocur d'Alene, Idaho GARY IMELLI Fallon, Nevada JACK NIELSON Anaconda ROGER SETSER Santa Anna, California BILL BERG Coeur d’Alene, IdahoCHUCK SMITH Townsend RICK SMITH Great FallsJIM HARDING Bozeman RON ELLINGS Harlowton MIKE LAISNEZ Dutton DAVE BRO Dillon STEVE QUILLING Sidney CHARLES HARGROVE Townsend STAN CHALICH Vcradalc, WashingtonWMC Cagers Have a Good Season 98 Players in position for the reboundJAN OPHUS MIKE GRIFFIN RICK SMITH JERRY SMITH CLAY ROBINSON 99PHIL BERTINO BOB JOHNSTON GARY WARHANK 100101 Where the action is Two points coming upMile Relay Team RELAY TEAM—Mick Odden. Clyde Chaffin, Bill Hiner, Jack Filcher. Track Team TRACK TEAM: Front—Prentis Wofford, Bruce Kron, Jerry Asay, Clyde Chaffin, Dave Elmore, Mick Odden, Bill Hiner, Wayne Smith Back—Jack Filcher, Marcus Nichols, Cliff Neighbors, Bill McCleskey, Ken Walt, Jim Clairmont, Jim Sumner, Wayne Lers-bak, Joe Geld rich. 102MCC CHAMPS BASEBALL TEAM NAIA DISTRICT 5 CHAMPb Front—Jack Bramsman, Dennis Fisher, Stan Chalich, Rick Smith, Jim Nelson, Jack Gehrins, Don Moran, Dave Dayton Batk —Wayne Christensen, Jim Lots, Jerry Smith, John Thomas, Charles Johns, Ted Anderson, Larry Vcis, John Puschman, Carl Ryan. Jim Clairmont qualified for the NAIA nationals— javelin. Cliff Neighbors qualified for the NAIA nationals —hurdles. 103Physical Education is a prominent aspect of college life. Western features a variety of education in this field.James Cavanaugh Butte Master’s Degrees Ton Hitchcock Butte Dwayne Manson Anaconda Warren Rutten Helena Roy Wendt Columbia Vails Graduate Students Dick Maroney Reno, Nev. Neil Herzog ButteClass ’66 107Senior Class Officers WAYNE LERSBACK President LORETTA STACY Secretary-Treasurer KEVIN GREGIER Vice PresidentMarjorie Allen Betty Bacon Lynn Blair Dixon Wise River Conrad Janice Black Butte Lavella Morris Townsend Leanne Braun Carlton Cameron Beulah Casey Cammack Helena . Dillon Kaysville, Utah 109Tom Carter Butte Wayne Christensen Helen Cleveland Spokane, Wash. Three Forks Carole Cogdill Whitehall Dale Combs Dillon Catherine Cooper James Connole j0hn Connole Helena Cho tea Cho tea noAlice Crist Gary Davis Aldene Robinson Duchshcrcr Glasgow Great Palls Tikwila, Wash. Wayne Durocher Forrest Dyer Marvin Enderlin Cut Bank . Drummond Butte Irene Duncan Dillon Robert Dupea Dillon IIIBonita Elser Jean Feldt Sheridan Dillon Grace Finnegan Anaconda Virgil Fisher Whitehall Bill Flechsenhar Cascade Richard Fruhwirth William Gardner Chicago, III. Prophetstown, 111. Mick Gee Dillon 112Carol Goodsell Whitehall Irene Gordon Gary Govcr Helena Dillon Kevin Gregier Butte Betty Hamilton Plains David Hammer Grace E. Hansen Conrad Dillon L 113Marion Hewitt Dennis Hochhaltcr Bob Holman Victor Dillon Butte Charlotte Howard Hamilton Pat Howard Ennis Fern Hunter Butte Doc Jordan LaRae Koepke Butte Dillon I I 14Marilyn Kountz John Kratofil Paul Kuccks Whitehall Butte Butte Pat Lappin Anaconda Ellen M. Lceman Columbia Palls Wayne Lersbak Glasgow Ertha Lee Lynch Mabel Mack Likely, Calif. White Sulphur Springs 115Sharon Madsen Butte David Magee Beryl Mann Dillon Victor Ruth Markle Anaconda Isabel Marsh Sheridan Judy Nagengast Fort Benton Paul Miller Butte Louise Morrow Conrad 116Raymond Nye Mick Odden Dillon Dutton Jeannie Olson Kalispell Patsy Paige Michael Peck Twin Bridges Dillon Garry Pace Shelby Wayne Paffhausen Dillon Caryl Pozega Anaconda 117Edward Puccinelli Cecil Ranney Karen Sue Reeves Anaconda Dillon White fish Terr)' Rcistad Dillon Robert Richards Butte Robert Rowling Dan Rude Butte Butte Linda Sahinen Deer Lodge AJJ) 118Edwin Sanders Larry L. Schmautz Deitra Sells Phillipsburg Dillon Butte Sisscl Selvig Big Timber James Shea Butte Hugh Sheehan Judy Sivertson Barbeth B. Smith Butte Deer Lodge Butte 119Muriel Spchar Dillon Loretta Stacy Mis son Ia Louise Steiner Sheridan Zelma Stoddart Whitehall Virginia Straugh Dillon Rosalee Stromberg Merlin Stromer Ovanda Rapid City, S.D. Virginia Stubbert Galata 120Don Sullivan Jack Sullivan Jim Sullivan Butte Butte Anaconda John Sullivan Butte John P. Sullivan Butte Sandra Sullivan Jim Sumner Linda Sundell Livingston ■ Livingston Boise, Idaho 121Alice B. Tarrant Townsend Richard W. Thomas Butte Robert J. Thomas Butte Edward Thompson Ennis Karen Thompson Whitejish Rachel Throckmorton Mar)’ Kay Tracy Robert Tysdalc Dillon Anaconda Butte 122Olga Tyvand Larry Veis Dillon Scobey Angelo Ventrillo Big Bolls, N.Y. Joseph Voytoski Great Falls Leslie Voltoski Great Balls Elaine Wakefield Clara Wallace Tim Warner Butte Dillon Butte 123Viola M. Wendt Columbia Vails Arlene White Hamilton Ruth Wiggins Dillon Bill Winninghoff Philipsbnrg John Wilkerson HamiltonChristy Worring Butte Beth Benson Wright Missoula LcRoy Yeager Choteau Fay Julian White Sulphur Springs 125 Lorna Yule Great Balls127Junior Class Officers JIM PETERSON Vice-President 128 CONNIE SPROUT Secretary-Treasurer NEIL MACKENZIE PresidentCarol Askey Ulm Margaret Bauer Livingston Rita Bennetts William Berg Shirley Branac Dillon Coeur d’Alene Big Timber 129 Dale Brcnteson Coalridge Carol Breuer Geraldine Amber Butala DillonV«.' Keith Crum Kathy Davis Elizabeth Degner Dillon Great Falls Butte Lova Cherry Karen Connors Lima Anaconda Janet Carr Dillon Lee Chambers Kelso, Wash. John Cromrich ButteChristine Finnland Libby Sid Fredrickson Dillon Eugene Giese William Gillespie John Giop Dillon Dillon WalkervilIe Lynctte Gnidic Ronald Hamilton Janet Hartford Butte Stevensville Anaconda 131Sharon Hewitt Anaconda Caro! Hillard Livingston Donald Howard Sandra Hummel Roy Inbody Helena Anaconda ChoteauCathy Larsen Shell?) William Link Fallon R. Neil MacKcnzie Dave Manning Charlotte Mathews Missoula Anaconda Butte 133 Ronald Matt Arlee Bill McAnally Big Fork Kathleen McNelis AnacondaWilliam McNeill Polaris Cathy Miller Dillon Neil Nelson Shirley Osborne Sheila Parker Stevensville Whitehall Willow Creek 134 Robert Parsons Browning Jim Peterson Dillon John Piatt ButteHarr)' Piper Anaconda Janine Rice Lee Richardson Three Forks Antelope Joy Pletan Deer Lodge Kathy Quanc Anaconda Russell Ruttinger Casper, Wyo. Ken Scherr Butte Rodger Sctser Santa Anna, Calif. 135Lana Smith Dillon Connie Sprout Townsend Sheryl Stokes Rae Cille Strasser Gerry Stubblefield Dillon Dillon Clancy 136 Ken Swartz Rock Springs, Wyo. Terr)' Theiscn Belgrade Linda Van Den Bos Great FallsDavid Walks Dillon Ken Walt Von Shaw Ernest Wegner Bridget' I:ern Wheeler Dillon Helen Williams Dave Wilson Whitehall Wilsall Edwin Wilson Dillon Judy Workman Sheridan, Wyo. Lorraine Yde Butte 137139Sophomore Class Officers DAVE ARNOT PAT ACUFF MIKE CHARLTON President Secretary-Treasurer Vice-President 140Pat Acuff StevensviUe Dave Arnot Hamilton George Arnot Hamilton Fred Backus Dillon Bob Barnes Dillon Mike Bashor Kevin Beverlee Beck Deer Lodge Melva Bell Salmon, Idaho Elbie Bel Ion Pablo Garj- Bennett Missoula Walter Bennett Lone Pine Peggy Atchison Reta Bach Geraldine Helena Karen Benson Plains Patricia Bick Ronan Nancy Brewington Abedeen, Idaho Nancy Brown Ronan 141Susan Brown Dillon 142 Judy Brown Troy Susan Broman Dillon Dallas Bostwick Dillon Barbara Bourassa Helena Mary Jo Brcncman Monida Donald Carter Lambert Clyde Chaffin Hamilton Wayne Burris Dillon Wade Clark Lima Bill Cocanaughcr Twin Bridges Charles Camel Ronart Linda Cooney Butte Bill Covey Willow Creek Wayne Carrara Schenectady, N.Y. Robert Cummings Troy Marianna Cutone AnacondaBob Dcwald Julie Dickinson Albert on Three Forks Otto Dill Anaconda Don Drivdahl Dillon Kathy Dunlap Helena Paula Dyer Drummond William Eddy Corvallis Dave Etzwilcr Portland, Ore. Jack Filcher Corvallis Judy Finnegan Butte Pam Fisher St. Ignatius Dan Driscoll Charlo Orville Fogel Hamilton Lorccn Giesc Dillon Roger Giulio Boulder James Given Lima 143Donald Goodscll Mary Graham Whitehall Chinook Ken Grose Melrose William Guldseth Karen Gustafson Dillon Deer Lodge Lyle Handley Dillon Walter Hansen Anaconda Roy Hanson Arlee Michael Hayworth Geraldine Mary Holt Dillon Linda Hopkins Libby Ron Hughes Anaconda Shirley Hunt Dillon Gary Imelli Fallon, Nev. Jan Jallings Kevin James Johnson Albertson William Kajin Grant 144- T" Gary Kaul Townsend Judi Konda Wayne Krahe Marilyn Lamach Silver Dow New York City, N.Y. Three Forks Gordon Lane Three Forks Linda Langton Victor Nancy Lee Butte Linda Lcet Valier Judy Larson Choteau Dale Linduska Dillon James Lots Townsend Sally Larson Thompson Falls Susan Martinscn Butte Edith Matt St. Ignatius Margaret Lau Townsend William McClcsky Missoula Ken McClure Dixon Margene McClure Dixon Clarence McConnell Bruce McMorris Bianka McQuillan John Mccklcr Ronan Sidney Helena Dillon 146 Tom Monaco Anaconda Francic Monahan Butte Donald Moran St. Ignatius Richard Morgan Bozeman Dean Morris Dillon Mar)- DeMott Hamilton Barbara Moudrce Townsend Donna Moyer Shelley, Idaho Suzanne Musgrove Glendora, Calif. Edwina Neild Townsend Jim Nelson Valier Paula Nelson KalispellI la Kaye Newton Dillon Marcus Nichols Geraldine Linda O'Neil Butte Kcrci Peters Dillon Paul Pilgrim Dillon John Puschmann Emmett, Idaho Connie Rancourt AIherton Larry- Reynolds Melrose Robert Rundell Butte Sandy Salovich Butte Neal Schai Whitehall Douglas Olson Marsha Otthouse Great Falls Valicr Dennis Smith Butte Emery Smith Dillon James Smith Dillon Jerry Smith Anaconda 147Rick Smith Wayne Smith Great Falls Schenectady, N.Y. Ronald Snell Fred Snook Jorunn Soyland Corvallis Salmon, Idaho Dillon Sue Thiel Billings James Spchar Dillon John Spurzem Helena Marshall Thompson Dillon Marion Stinson Dell Beverly Stockton Avon Anne Jean Tracy Anaconda Jerry Stone Dillon Evelyn Taber Ronan R. J. Trevithick Butte Ryan Taylor Fair view Will Tcbay WhitehallRobertta Van Valkenburgh Columbus Ray Vcgclc Victoria Vichorck Glendive Dillon Walter Warehime Cascade Dick Wiegand Warm Springs, Ore. Barry Wilcox Hamilton Dave Warneke Cboteau Donald Wilcox Hamilton Sam Windy Boy Box Elder Elwood Webb Cascade Roberta Winter Kalispcll Irene Wnuczck Butte Ted White Hamilton Gary Youngquist Missoula Sue Bradley Missoula Sharon Voss Sue Wangerin Alder Deer LodgeISICOOKIE MORRISON J. D. LYNCH Secretary-Treasurer President BOB BENNETT Vice President Freshman Class Officers 152 James Abbas Joyce Anderson Dillon Fairfield Daniel Andrews Ronan Cheryl Antoine Great Falls Dale Arbour Dillon Jim Arnot Hamilton Joe Ashcraft Moccasin Shirley Atcheson Whitehall Kathleen Ball Livingston Bill Bartholomew Butte Bob Bell Spokane, Wash. Jane Annala Great Falls Bob Bennett Deer Lodge Jim Bennett Anaconda Jane Bcrbcrct Townsend Dave Berneking Superior 153Dick Black Bonnyjean Bowers Jim Bosch Barbara Boyd Townsend Lima Hines, Ore. Libby Miriam Bramsman Dillon Harry Buckingham Townsend Connie Burnell Dillon Mary Jean Briggs Butte Bernard Calcatcrra Divide Mike Callahan Butte Kathryn Broman Dillon James Campbell Dillon Mary Agnes Carraher Anaconda Bonnie Bruce Townsend Stavona Cary Helena Robert Casagrandc Walkenille 154Judith Ccrnik Ronan Barbara Chance Conrad Gayle Chapman Livingston Jim Clark Florence Marvin Cromwell Slevensville Linda Cline Harrison James Clotfclter Dutton Felicity Dagnall Townsend Gene Cofer Deer Lodge Tony Coller Slevensville Floyd Darlington Ronan Sandra Conklin Libby Beverly Conn Helena Susan Dart Shelby Jcrund Courchcne Wolf Point Cathie Cox Great Falls John Clawson Lodge Grass 155Marilyn Doty Dillon Juanita De Leon Melrose Robert Denton Hamilton Anke Dhane Chateau Lynda Dial Great Falls Joanne Doncy Butte Colleen Dougherty Dillon Claudia Downing Stevensville Robert Doyle Shelby Lynda Duff Deer Lodge Russel Dupius Melrose Carol Eacoek Cut Bank Bill Earles Choteau Daniel Eddy Corvallis Terry Edwards Florence Ron Elings Harlou’ton 156Gerald Emett Pattie Emmett Emily Mac Evans Bruce Feddes Butte Las Vegas, Nevada Butte Manhattan Robert Gallc Anaconda Sue Feeney Butte Connie FIcchsenhar Cascade Donna dc Gidio Three Forks Steve Foley Corvallis Allen Folsom Helena John Golay Hamilton Christian Frank Dillon Clara Frank Kalispell Lee Graves Dillon Gary French Plains Arthur Fyant Arlee 157Tom Grayson Sharon Gregg Dillon Superior Andrea Guptil Hot Springs Helen Hall Sttvensville Bonnie Hallingstad Deer Lodge Laird Gustafson Deer Lodge Marc Halverson Braincrd, Minn. Monty Hankinson Kalispell Robert Haab Clancy Eric Hansen Dillon Hal Hansen Deer Dodge Harry Hall Stevensville Linda Hanson Missoula De Anne Harbaugh Hamilton Dan Gregicr Gcni Gunlikson Butte Shelby. 158Charles Hargrove Helen Harrington Keith Ann Hart Ted Hartford Townsend Dillon Butte Lewis town John Hollcnsteiner Dillon Patricia Haugen Anaconda Larry Heaphy Anaconda Diane Holyk Sidney Beth Hcidecke Glen Ellyn, HI. Ron Heikkila Chester Ronald Hopkins Libby Carole Heppncr Poison Shirley Hesch Helena Judi Howard Anaconda Melvin Hoadlcy Lima Laura Hodge Missoula 159John Hoyt Margaret Hurlbcrt Marjorie Hurlbert Barbara Huskey David Hutchinson Choleau Anaconda Anaconda Twin Bridges Dillon Connie Irish Dillon Linda Jessen Anaconda James E. Johnson Ronan Martha Jeffery Idaho Falls, Idaho Phil Johnson Dutton Wesley Johnson Shelby Don Jensen Belgrade Leona Jones Helena Lynn Karr Dillon Larry Jessen Boulder Maria Kennedy Manhattan Duffy Kester Stevensville 160Doug Kirk Ruth-Ann Cascade Kortum Kalispell Ronald Krantz John Krcis Dillon Stevensville Scott Lynch St. Ignatius Larry Krone Augusta Dale Kurtz Dillon J. D. Lynch Butte Annette La Forest Anaconda Mike Laisnez Dutton Diana MacDonald Dillon Louann Larson Kalispell Dixie Lasich Twin Bridges Pat Malcolm Anaconda Warren Lavinder Dillon Marcia Lots Townsend 161Gary Malcott Choteau Lynda Marengo Poison Wendell Matt Art . Bill McAndrews Anaconda James McCrossin Hamilton Marian McKenzie Libby John McNamcr Shelby Lin McGovern Dillon Mary Pat McNelis Anaconda Robert Meredith Anaconda James Mclssac Anaconda Elizabeth Messner Kalispell Joan Miller Helena Tom McKay Anaconda Joseph Miller 1Volf Point Mar ’ Beth Miller Dillon 162Nancy Miller Philipsburg Chester Monson Deer Lodge Marjorie Moore Pablo Christina Mori Deer Lodge June O'Connor Livingston Sharon Morrison Butte Larry Mueller Ronan Gencil Paget Bountiful, Utah Clarence Murphy Three Forks Robert Nau Kalispell Peggy Palo Fort Shaw Tom Nau Kalispell Ron Nierstheimer Columbus Carolyn Patterson Hamilton Rich Noren Woodhaven, N.Y. Marcia Novich Twin Bridges 163Kay Payne Emigrant Verla Pedersen Dillon Don Pettigrew Shelby Bill Perry Seattle, Wash. Jim Perusich Butte Tim Pilgrim Dillon Mary Kay Pipinich Anaconda Steve Poole Lima Ray Poston Kalispell Thomas Puccinclli Anaconda Tim Quanc Anaconda William Raffety Willow Creek Michael Ragen Townsend Pat Riley Helena Ron Riley Dillon Fay Roark SunburstCarl Rosen leaf Wayne Ross Anaconda Great Falls Robert Raths Pierce Rouse Roundup Dillon Robert Sager Anaconda Robert Sanders Pbilipsburg Dennis Sasck Fast Helena Loren Sasser Cboteau Jim Schmidt Conrad Linda Schuler Dillon Robert Schwend Mels one Mike Scofield Dillon James Scidcnstickcr Dillon Darlene Van Settcn Fairfield Dan Shadoan Dillon Margie Shea AnacondaBill Shorten Harrison Chuck Smith Townsend Donna Smith Melrose Janis Smith Dillon Jeffery Smith Butte 166 Marguerite Skillman Wayne Sletten Livingston Great Falls Cheric Smith Anaconda Peggy Smith Stevensville Elizabeth Sorenson Dillon Dave Stahl Swan l-a ee Dan Steiner Butte Dan Stephens Libby Pat Strobbe Bridget Sidney Strong Somers Carl Stubbert GalataKevin Sullivan Anaconda William Thomson Ennis Judith Tommerup West by Ronald Turk Thompson Falls Richard Valentini Anaconda Richard Vanisko Deer Lodge Marilyn Vania Butte Jim Wacker Cut Bank Judi Wade Dillon Gary Warhank Rudyard Karen Waters Helena Tom Townsend Darby Laurel Walker Mocassin Leslie Walker Mocassin Melody Walker Dillon Lee Watkins Butte 167Barr)' M. Williams Helena Kim Williams Dillon Dan Wooley Tounsend Walter M. Waters Sharon Wedum Steven Wells Troy Dillon Hamilton Jim Whcalon Poison Sharon Wildcy Conner J. D. Lynch Master of Ceremonies 168 Freshman Stunt NightFamiliar Faces and Well-Known PlacesMr. Slack at his daily routine of collecting mail for the boys' dormitories. !J ioxOOL Norm Banks and part of his crew making adjustments, just a small part of their job on campus. in the girls’ dorm. With-• it place for living. rour or the back-stage works for Saga Foods, students would starve. Without these diligent cooks.develops in each individualinterests, ideals, habits, and powers 176whereby he will findto shape both himself and societytoward ever nobler ends. 181The past school year at Western Montana College is now just a memory in the minds of those who experienced its joys, accomplishments, education, and friendships. Amateur historians that we are, we hope we have helped you to preserve your memories of this year, and we also hope that we have helped YOU to EXPAND YOUR HORIZONS! THE CHINOOK STAFF Expanding Horizons You must expand your own horizons. We present this concept to you now for the last time before closing the covers of this book. What have you done during your time at WcstcAi to prepare yourself for the future? Have you attempted to establish a balance between your -academic or technical course work and your extra-curricular activities? Some of you have successfully prepared yourselves for the future; to those of you still traveling the road to success, we ask: are you on the right trail? Are you satisfied with your accomplishments? Do you have purpose and reason for your actions? Besides having Western do something for you, have you done something for Western? AdvertisementsHAVE YOU THOUGHT OF BECOMING A TEACHER? WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE offers you CLASS II TEACHING CERTIFICATE-STANDARD CLASS I TEACHING CERTIFICATE-PROFESSIONAL . . . 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 a member of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education and the Association of State Colleges and Universities. It is accredited by the Montana State Board of Education, ex-officio Regents of the University of Montana, the Northwest Association of Secondary and Higher Schools, and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education for the preparation of elementary and secondary teachers through the Bachelor's degree. ADDRESS INQUIRIES TO THE REGISTRAR WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION DILLON, MONTANALiving Accommodations at WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION INCLUDE Sixteen Modern, Attractive Apartments for Married Students Modern Dormitory Accommodations for Men Women's Residence Hail, Attractive and Convenient Dining Room Service for Men and Women Plan Now to Make Reservations for Your Room Write to Business Office WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION DILLON, MONTANASAGA FOODS SERVICE Takes this opportunity to thank the students and the administration of Western Montana College for the chance to serve them and for their cooperation throughout the year. JOHN SHERON ManagerDILLON PORTRAIT STUDIO Keep Your Treasury of Golden Memories in Professional Portraits, Color Prints, Enlargements. Phone 683-2741 Dillon, MontanaMontana's Most Modern General Trucking DILLON, MONTANA Department Store Dillon 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 upon the quality of your education. DILLON, MONTANASTANDARD LUMBER AND COAL COMPANY Fuller Paints and Varnishes Shop Materials and Specialties Phone 683-5521 Dillon, Montana OASIS CAFE AND FOUNTAIN I BEY CONSTRUCTION INC. "It's the Food" General Building CONTRACTORS DILLON, MONTANA Phone 683-5541 DILLON, MONTANACongratulations, Graduates MAC'S BARBER SHOP "Finest in Hair-Cutting" Keep in Touch by Joining Your Any Style Dillon WMC ALUMNI ASSOCIATION THE DILMART "Dillon's Home Mart" Support Western Dillon's Only Complete Home Furnishings Store CO-OP SUPPLY, INC. ROBERTA Campus DILLON Missoula, Montana WARREN THEATRES Dealers in INC Petroleum Products Tires—Batteries Hardware You Buy for Less at Fencing Supplies Locally Owned r —__ y-1 c° a|toresy5r Dillon, Montana Nationally Organized Because We Buy for Less DILLONWe Please the Hard to Please BEAVERHEAD LAUNDRY DRY CLEANERS Phone 683-5522 First in Personal Service Dillon, Montana SNEEDS SPORTING GOODS Athletic Supplies, Sporting Goods Guns, Tackle, Boats, Motors Fishing and Hunting Licenses BOATS Phone 683-4140 130 No. Montana DILLONCompliments of You Hear It Everywhere It Pays to Shop at Penney's McCracken bros. Pfnneys ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY! The Men's Store Cash, Charge, or Layaway DILLON Dillon, Montana LEN WATERS MUSIC SUPPLY MITCHELL DRUG 119 North Main Street Butte, Montana HEBERLING'S GAMBLES Automotive Supplies, Household Supplies, Recreational Supplies Superior Prescription Service WILLIAM MITCHELL, Proprietor We Extend a Hearty Welcome to All WMC Students PHONE 683-2316 DILLONANDRUS HOTEL 60 Units With or Without Bath Cafe Adjoining Ph. 683-2344 Dillon WARNER'S FOODS Complete One-Stop Service DILLON ENDERLIN'S S L Compliments of CLUB BAR SPORTING GOODS HEADQUARTERS ICE CREAM STORE Quality—Cleanliness—Friendliness Ice Cream Pies, Calces, Molds and Special Orders Open 11 - I I W. Broadway 793-1066 Butte, Montana TOWN PUMP "Gas 4 Less" Dillon THE YARN SHOP Yarn, Patterns, Instructions Knit King Knitter 113 W. Parle St. Ph. 792-6841 BUTTE Individual Room Phones Heat TV Simmons Beds All New "For Restin' . . . Try Creston" AAA THE CRESTON MOTEL City Center — Phone 683-2341 Dillon, Montana Sifts Souvenirs MR. and MRS. FRED T. BONNEAU In Dillon It's The PARISIAN CLEANERS Cleaning Pressing PHONE 683-2801 ELECTRIC VARIETY Electrical Contracting Westinghouse Appliances Dillon, Montana KDBM Full-Time on 1490 KC Most Complete Sports Coverage A COMMUNITY BOOSTER DILLON, MONTANALONE PINE MOTEL Next to College on U. S. 91 Interstate 15 Welcome— college students parents AAA Steam Heat DILLON, MONTANA PHONE 683 2378 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. DILLON'S PIONEER BANK SERVING THIS COMMUNITY SINCE 1880 AFFILIATED WITH NORTHWEST BANCORPORATION MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATIONIf It's Good Food You Want . . . Visit SKEET'S CAFE AND DINING ROOM DILLON, MONTANA DILLON CREAMERY HAZEL'S STYLE SHOP If It’s New, You’ll Find it at Hazel’s Andrus Hotel Building DILLON Beaverhead—GOLD and CHALLENGE Dairy Products Dillon, Montana r 4xfiFresh Homemade Pie BIG DIPPER Yummy Chicken in a Basket DILLON To Take Out or Eat Here STATE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Established 1899 Your Friendly Home-Owned Bank of DILLON, MONTANA Member Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationJACK'S MARKET Qualify Foods Dillon ANTHONY'S BEAVERHEAD BAR SUPPLY CO. Fashion Store for Students Great Falls Select Montana's Own Fine Beer Dillon, Montana Dillon, Montana"Best Wishes to the Graduating Class of 1966" See Us For Your Typewriter Needs We Stock Royal Portables We Rent Upright Models By The Day or Week Complete Line of Office and School Supplies 42 North Main Street Butte, Montana ISABELLA'S DRESS THE DILLON DAILY SHOP TRIBUNE- EXAMINER "Everything for the Campus Cutie!" Dillon, Montana YOUR TASTE For the Best in Bakery Goods and Coffee Go to . . . SHAFFERS BAKERY PHONE 683-9982 DILLON, MONTANAPETERSON DRUG DON PETERSON. Reg. Ph. The Rexall Store DILLON, MONTANA PHONE 683-4441 Where We Believe That "Service to Humanity is the Best Work of Life" D-l DILLON IMPLEMENT CO. DILLON, MONTANA Hardware—Paints Ranch Supplies—Fencing E M GIFTS NOVELTY Greeting Cards, Toys, Gifts for all occasions 16 SOUTH MONTANA, DILLON Complete Selection of Nationally Advertised Brands for Men and Boys Phone 792 3203 BUTTE. MONTANAPROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR. R. D. CURRY DENTIST Phone 683-2132 Dillon FRANK DAVIS ATTORNEY AT LAW Dillon, Montana DR. E. D. EVANS DR. JOHN B. McCOLLUM DENTIST DENTAL SURGERY Phone 683-4491 Phone 683-5312 Dillon Dillon Montana DR. R. J. ENGLISH OPTOMETRIST Phone 683-2611 Dillon DR. J. C. LINDUSKA DENTIST Phone 683-2861 Morse and Idaho Street Dillon DR. W. E. MONGER W. G. GILBERT, JR. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Phone 683-4421 Hazelbalcer Building Dillon Dillon, MontanaTRIUMPHS FOR EDUCATION Every amazing American accomplishment in space is a magnificent triumph for our educational system and we all can rejoice in it. Each splendid space success, contributing to American scientific progress, to civilization's technological advancement, emphasizes the value of education. But, let us not forget, while impressed by space spectaculars, education's other significant values. For one, it accelerates our economic growth, another triumph. Without this growth, which is propelled by vigorous, progressive industry, our space efforts couldn't get off the launching pad. Education, working in the free enterprise system, plays a major part in improving our standard of living and providing benefits for mankind. THE ANACONDA COMPANY Whose Metals Contribute To Our Sound Economy and fo Adventures In SpaceCost to educate: 5,885! The cost of educating one Montana child has more than doubled in the last 15 years. Today it costs $5,885 to send one child from the first grade through public high school. Where does the money come from? From taxes—both individual and business taxes. Of the $4,949,189 in property taxes paid by the Montana Power Company in 1964, about $3,000,000 went directly into education. That’s enough money to educate 6,300 children for a full school year. Or it would build 115 classrooms ($25,000 per classroom), or buy 750,000 textbooks or pay the salaries of 580 teachers for a full year. None of our tax money is more wisely invested. For it helps to stimulate and enlighten the minds of our young people. In your hands rests the future of our state. , rtter»ieirr Montana Power COMPANY SERVING YOU IS OUR BUSINESSVIGILANTE ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC. 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University of Montana Western - Chinook Yearbook (Dillon, MT) online yearbook collection, 1967 Edition, Page 1

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University of Montana Western - Chinook Yearbook (Dillon, MT) online yearbook collection, 1968 Edition, Page 1

1968

University of Montana Western - Chinook Yearbook (Dillon, MT) online yearbook collection, 1969 Edition, Page 1

1969

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