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

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 CHINOOK 1967 Western Montana College Dillon, Montana i Published by The Junior Class Volume Fifty-nineCollege Kaleidoscope Before embarking upon a college career many students have the impression that college life is much more narrow than it actually is. They plan on their college life being entirely social or academic or athletic. We here at Western know that this is not true; but that college is a combination of many areas. By using the College Kaleidoscope theme we attempt to illustrate the many aspects of college life. 23 n 7 (o 3Dedication Miss Dorothy Gelhaus Helpful! Courteous! Loyal! These words describe Miss Dorothy Gelhaus who devoted seventeen years to Western Montana College, its students, and teachers. Nine of these years she served in the capacity of Registrar, leaving this position to become head librarian, a position which she held for the past eight years. Miss Gelhaus will long be remembered for her friendliness and helpfulness to students and her interest in providing excellent library facilities for our college. In addition, Miss Gelhaus was always willing to aid the dramatics department in the costuming of plays. To Miss Gelhaus, we, the CHINOOK Staff of 1967, respectfully dedicate this yearbook and offer her our good wishes for a long and happy retirement!As Seasons Pass These students have passed but will live in our memories . . , Howie Jackson Daniel Reyner Mike ScofieldThe Chinook Staff 6Clockwise: John Lewis, Rich Jones, Linda Hopkins, Ron Riley, Larry Kincheloc, Leslie Walker, Miss McManus, Mary Kay Pipinich, Laurel Walker, Doug Olson, Peggy Wilcox, Mary Beth Miller, Cathie Cox, Jan Jallings, John Spurzcm, Barry Williams. Not Pictured: Lana Smith (Art Editor), Cathy Larsen, George Arnot. Jan Jallings Editor Miss McManus Advisor 7In Appreciation r . '• Miss Blanche McManus We, the CHINOOK staff of 1967, dedicate this page to Miss McManus to express our appreciation and gratitude for the countless hours of help and guidance she has given our staff and those before us. 8ActivitiesGargoyle Club Float Homecoming 1966 Senior Class Float WELCCMf nUUf'f- Art Club Float 10Cheerleaders Sophomore Class FloatHomecoming Royalty l.cfl to right: Janie Kitchin, Jim Peterson, Jamie Black. Nancy Brew-ington. Dave Wilcox, Andy Gaasch. Lova Cherry. and Ken Scherr. Jamie and Dave Janie and Jim Lova and Ken Nancy and Andy 12Sadie Hawkins Dr. Feathers as "Marryin’ Sam” Gssy Mattson and Mike Charlton—Lil' Abner and Daisy Mac Mary Pat Converse and Jerry Smith—King and Queen of Dog Patch 14IS16Freshman Stunt Night Freshman Orientation 17 Who’s Who CHARLES COOK CHRIS FINN LAND RAY GOLDSWORTHY Fourteen 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 scholarship, leadership, activities, citizenship, and the promise of future usefulness. Chuck, a Dillon resident, received the Phi Delta Kappa Junior Man of the Year Award and two advanced Honor Scholarships. He is very conscientious in his studies and has maintained an excellent scholastic standing. A transfer student from Eastern Montana College, Kathy has a double major in which she maintains a high grade point average. She has received an Advanced Honor Scholarship. She is a member of Student Wives and has been a member of the Wcscolite staff. Chris has received three Advanced Honor Scholarships. A Libby resident, she is proctor in the Women’s Residence Hall and is a member of KZN, WRA, PEMM Club, and Women’s House Council. A talented artist, Jim has received the Barbara Hancock Award, the coveted Mar)' Baker Emerick Art Award, and for his endeavors outside of class his Art Club guard pin and a two-brush emblem. His illustrations of Lewis and Clark found a place in the Harlowton Times and his water colors earned him a position in the competition at the State Fair in Billings. He is a member of Art Club and Kappa Pi and has a double major. A former student of the School of Mines, Ray is working as a licensed x-ray technician in Butte while he pursues his English and Social Studies majors. He has received the Cobb Foundation Scholarship and an Advanced Honor Scholarship as well as taking part in many intramural sports activities. This busy Butte resident, who doubles in English and Social Science, is a transfer from the Montana School of Mines. Mick has lettered in baseball both here at Western and at Montana Tech. His latest endeavor has been a part in the play, "The Rainmaker." One of the most active and versatile students attending Western, Carol came from Livingston to major in Elementary Education and English. Besides being Secretary of the Associated Students, Inter-Club Council, Senior Class, and Chanticleers, she has been affiliated with KZN. Wcsterncttes, Matrix, and Women’s House Council. She has been a dorm proctor, a delegate to the Montana Student Presidents’ Association in Billings, and has also earned a letter for outstanding service to the Wescolite staff. KATHY DAVIS JIM GIVEN MICK HANLEY 18 CAROL HILLARDWho’s Who CARABEL JUERGENS LANA SMITH RAE CILLE STRASSER Sandy, an outstanding scholar, has received two Advanced Honor Scholarships and the AAUW Scholarship. She has a major in Elementary' Education and a double minor in Social Science and Music. A student from Anaconda, she is a member of chorus, SEA, and KZN. A Dillon resident and the wife of a local doctor, Mrs. Juergens maintains a high scholastic standing in her double major. She is a member of the Wcscolitc staff and Gargoyles. While at Western Mrs. Juergens has taken part in every play production in some way and has also helped in the production of children’s plays. A recipient of an Advanced Honor Scholarship, Joy has a double major in Physical Education and Biological Science. Interested in athletics, Joy has been a member of Pep Club, PEMM Club, Executive Board, and KZN. Lana is a person of outstanding scholastic merit. She has received three Advanced Honor Scholarships, an Elks Scholarship, the Mary Baker Emerick Art Award, and the Barbara Hancock Award. Having exhibited paintings in the Kappa Pi exhibit, Lana has received the two-brush and three-brush emblems and the Kappa Pi key. An art student from Dillon, she is a member of Art Club, Kappa Pi, SEA, and KZN. Lana is also doing the art work for the 1967 Chinook. A recipient of the Genevieve Albertson English Award, Connie comes to us from Townsend and has a double major. She is a member of SEA, Chanticleers, Wescolite staff, and KZN. As Miss Junior Class she was in the 1966 Miss Western Pageant. Last year Connie was coeditor of the Chinook and secretary' of KZN; this year she serves as president of KZN. Miss Western of 1965, Rae Cille is a Physical Education major with a double minor in Art and Business. An outstanding artist, she has exhibited her art work in various exhibitions and has received the two-brush emblem for her successful efforts. An avid skier, Rae Cille is a member of Ski Club, ski instructor at Rainy Mountain, and winner of girl’s ski club slalom race in 1966. She is a member of Art Club, Kappa Pi, Rodeo Club, PEMM Club, WRA, Rodeo team, Fencing Club, and KZN. She was also Frosh Class treasurer and Homecoming Queen candidate in 1964. An industrious student with a double major, Dave won the Outstanding Math Student Award and an Advanced Honor Scholarship. Dave is a very good all-around student besides working full time and fulfilling the duties of a family man. JOY PLETON CONNIE SPROUT 19 DAVE WALKSWinter Play 1966 Rhinoceros Scaled: J. D. Lynch, Merlin Strommer, Carol Askey, Howie Jackson, and Virginia Coulter. Standing: Mike Calahan, Harry Piper, Emily Evans, Marc Nichols, Judy Nagangast, Morgan Hall, Barry Wilcox, Paul Kuecks, and Wayne Ross. Top: Pattie Emmett. Spring Play 1966 Paul Kuecks, Dave Wilson, and Dick Silberman. Merchant of Venice Left to right: Eldon Chapman, Wayne Ross, Jim Schmidt, Carabcl Jucrgens, Dick Silberman. Pattie Emmett, Wayne Krahe, Marshall Thompson, and Melody Walker. Below: Emily Evans, Caro! Askey, Cara-bel Juergens, Pattie Emmett, Wayne Krahe, and Dick Silberman. 20Summer Plays 1966 THE LOTTERY THURSDAY EVENINGFall Play 1966 Left to right—Wesley Johnson, Michael Hanley, Virginia Coulter, Dallas Bostwick, Jim Schmidt, Keith Pewc, and Stephen Calkins.Walt Warehiem, Best-Dressed Cowboy; Lynda Marengo, Tightest Pants; Bill Molendyke, Best Attempt; and Karin Webb, Best-Dressed Cowgirl. Go Western Day 23Best-Dressed Coed Left to right: Penny Watters, Kerel Peters, Car Icy Nelson, Karen Mooney, Melva Bell, Lynda Marengo, Marcia Lots, Linda Lcct, Judi Crum, and Darlene Van Setten Lynda Marengo, Best-Dressed Coed, accepts the winning bouquet from Miss26 The girls were also judged on their Western attire. HMiss Western Talent 27Miss Western Contestants Left to Right: Sandra Salovich, Evelyn Taber, Kathryn Wilson, Sharon Morrison, Linda Murray, Cecelia Mattson, Julie Dickinson (Miss Western 1966), Susan Feeney, Anna Belle Hansen, Susan Lively, Jeanie Notti, Judy Crum, Diana Rowling. Finalists 28 Uft to Right: Susan Lively, 4th runner up; Anna Belle Hansen, 3rd runner up; Kathryn Wilson, Miss Western; Diana Rowling 1st runner up; Judy Crum. 2nd runner upThe Chanticleer Banquet 1966 PRESENTATION OF THE CHINOOK TO STAFF Miss Albertson, the guest speaker Miss Mathews receives the first copy of the Chinook 3031Registration The last step in registering. 32 Handing out books. Bob and George—busy with books.Sub and Library Studying in the library. Friendly student help in the SUB. Janet Decker, manager of the bookstore, gives advice. 33 Sharing ideas. A study session at the SUB.Bill Hincr, hard at work. Classes Larry Heaphy, Jim Foust, and Ankc Dhane concentrate on "op” art designs. Mr. Ryburn gives his stagecraft class directions. 34 Taking it easy. Mr. Bandclicr points out a plant characteristic.Classes Miss Wallace instructs an earnest class. IA students making a decision. Mr. Garry gives dictation. Mr. Smith oversees a project. 35 Welding procedures. Open your eyes, HollidayStudent Teachers Mrs. Francke and Catherine Larsen Rae Cille Strasser Joy PIctan 36 Andy Gaasch and Mr. Burgess Margaret BauerGraduating students assembled for the Commencement. 37 Graduates and friends together before the College.r rf Bulldogs Back row—Dave Ncilson, Gene Bindreiff, Bob Crawford, ike Charlton, Dick Ferris, Carl Henderson, Archie Amstson, Randy McQuay, Charles Smith, James Woolcy, Ken Brovold, Dan Wooley, Dick Weigand, John Pushmann, Barry Huot, Mike Laisnez. Middle Row, Head Coach Don "Casey” Kcltz, Wayne Fink, Dave Arnot, Gary Imelli, Stan Chalich, Leon Hartvigson, Jim Clairmont, Ed Ferris, Dan Chiddix, Bill McCleskey, Fred Snook, Bob 40Of 67 Bennett, Dean LeKronc, Asst. Coach Bill Berg, Asst. Coach George Nelson. Front Row—Harry Hartz, Rusty Ruttinger, Larry Vcis, Bob Hansen, Steve Poole, Roger Setscr, Jim Nelson, Larry Moore, Wayne McEwen, Gene Paul, Jack Filchcr, Tony Coller, Bill Pasivio, Line Coach Cecil Kent. 41All Conference Players 42 DAN CHIDDIX Offensive Guard CARL HENDERSON Offensive TackleCasey Kdtz, George Nelson, Cecil Kent, Bill Berg WMC’S Record Western. . . . 0 Ricks . ... 28 Western. ... 6 College of Idaho ...35 Western.... . ..14 Westminister College . . . .... 54 Western.... .... 19 Carroll College ... 12 Western. . . . .. .40 Rocky Mountain .... 0 Western. . . . .. .17 Eastern Montana ...19 Western. . . . ...30 Carroll College ...21 Western. .. . 7 Eastern Montana ...38 Western. . . . ...63 Montana Tech .... 0 Season Won 4 Lost 5 Conference Won 3 Lost 2 43 TRAINER JAY RYDELL44WMC Basketball Team Jerry Smith, Jim Lots, Mike Griffin, Gary Warhank, Louis Hull, Bill Molcndykc, Clay Robinson, Wendell Griffin, Tom Straugh, Don Cambell, Ken Johnson, Rick Smith, (Not Pictured:) Ed Ferris, Bill Berg. 46Easy one for Hawk Two for Clay Bill Eyes Two 4748Western Western Western Western Western Western Western Western Western Western Western Western Western Western Western Western Western Western Western Western Western Western Western Western Western Western vC'estern Western Western WESTERN’S BASKETBALL RECORD WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE - LIBRARY DILLON, MONTANA 90 Lewis and Clark 81 Lewis and Clark 80 56 Northwest Nazarene 66 74 Northwest Nazarene 75 73 Westminster 90 82 Westminster 90 88 Whitman 86 46 Whitworth 71 69 Eastern Washington 59 78 Carroll 86 67 Western Washington 70 82 Colorado Mines 93 77 Rocky Mountain 82 85 South Dakota Tech 58 100 Warner Pacific 49 84 Northern 71 83 Montana Tech 47 65 Carroll 74 82 Eastern Washington 78 77 Eastern Washington 84 70 Eastern 79 58 Eastern 89 75 Rocky Mountain 93 71 Carroll 86 67 Northern 69 74 Montana Tech 55 83 Rocky Mountain 88 78 Westminster 83 81 Westminster 109 4950Odmanl "O-UIU 5153Back Row—Coach Casey Keltz, Gary Warhank, Carl Ryan, Bob Thomas, Ted Anderson, Jim Lots, Mike Griffin, Mick Hanley, A! Voytoski, Jerry Smith, Stan Chalich, Rick Smith, Jim Wacker. Front Row—Bill McCleskey, David Lalondc, Dennis Fisher, Don Poole, Dave Dayton, Dave Bro, Jim Nelson, Clyde Carroll, Terry Schultz, Joe Ashcraft. WMC’S RECORD Western......................6 Western......................9 Western.....................16 Western.....................17 Western......................7 Western......................6 Western......................5 Western......................6 Ricks ............................. 1 Ricks..............................14 Ricks ............................. 8 Rocky............................. 8 Rocky.............................. 8 Eastern .......................... 17 Eastern.............................4 Montana Tech....................... 3 54 Won Lost 6 6Front—Ken Swartz, Mick Odden, Steve Foley, Dave Elmore, John Brass, Jack Filcher, Jerry Asay, Bill Hiner, Terry Cochrane, Walter Bennet, John Clawson Back—Coach Cecil Kent. Carl Henderson, Maurice McEnaney, Wayne Lersbak, Ken Scherr, LeRoy Yeager, Fred Snook, Gary Youngquist, Bill Flechsc-nhar, Jim Clairmont, Ken Walt, Bill Berg. Dick Maroney. WMC’S Track MCC and NAIA District 5 Champions 55 MILE RELAY TEAM—Fred Snook, Jack Filcher, Gary Youngquist, Bill Hiner.Kerel Peters Sue Martinson Connie Plechsenhar Donna de Gidio 56 Margene McClureWMC Cheerleaders 57Mike Hayworth on "The Spaniard”Steve Selway in control Benny Ryan Heads for Pay Dirt. 59It's all in the foot work Touche’ Foiled a$ainW.R.A. vs. Faculty The team ready for action Hilton Scores Tash waits 61Intramural It's Mine Up High 62 Who's Got It?Basketball Girls can haul 'em down too. Fellas! They can also score! 6364Students work off study tensions in the pool hall. 65 Is this the champion match ? Think!! Concentrate! It’s all in the action. Atlas at work?WMC Sports Roundup68 WMC offers a well-rounded P.E. program.OrganizationsAssociated CENTRAL BOARD This organization makes up the government of our school. Student Body Officers 70 Russ Ruttingcr, Vice-President; Kercl Peters, Secretary; Dave Arnot, President.Students Ray Poston. Pate Strobbe. R. J. Trevithick, Keith Ann Hart Social-Dance Committee I C C The Fnterclub Council is composed of one representative from each of the clubs on campus. Its purpose is to coordinate Western's activities. 71Chanticleers This organization is noted for its work on our school's publications. It is an honorary Journalistic organization and to become a member one must work on the CHINOOK or WESCO-LITE for at least one quarter. Dave Warncke provided the entertainment for the Chanticleer initiation Matrix This year Carol Hillard was chosen for this organization which is a special club within Chanticleers composed of students honored for their exceptional achievement in journalism. President Bruce McMorris welcomes new members to Chanticleers Carol Hillard Each week the Journalism class works hard to publish our weekly newspaper, the WESCOLITE. Co-editors: Monty Hankinson and Ron Nicrsthcimer Sponsor: Mrs. Mann 73Art Club Left to Right: Seated: Kathleen Tayne, Jane Bruer, Lana Smith, Pat Malcolm, Sharon Wildcy, Daisy Hanson, DeAnne Har-bough Standing: Larry Hcaphy, RacCille Strasscr, Arlene Winn, Robert Parsons, John Ellis, Richard Vanisko. KAPPA PI 74 Left to right: Mrs. Iva Orr, RacCille Strasscr, Lana Smith, Neil Mackenzie, Mrs. Emcrick, Carol Shafer, Jan Bruer.Forensics Young Republicans Seated: Leslie Walker, Jim Mclsaac, Jim Clotfelter, Laura! Walker. Standing: Mr. Hilton, John Holling, Howard Holmes, Paul Liencmann, Judy Workman. Holliday Johnson, Linda Langton, Mr. Gilliard, Dorothy Andrews. Glen Larum Howard HolmesHouse Council Left to Right: Joyce Anderson, Mrs. Paddock. Nancy Brewington, Mary Pat Converse, Evelyn Taber, Cheri Smith. Linda Smith, Sue Wangcrin, Ruth Kortum, Linda Walker, DcAnnc Harbaugh, Judy Crum, Kay Wilson, Linda Quain-tance, Julie Dickinscn, Cookie Morrison, Marjorie Moore, Patt Strob-be. This year House Council has developed its own judiciary system and is taking care of most of the disciplinary action. They have also passed new rules such as two o’clock hours on weekends and the boys arc allowed in the dorm during the evening. The council is composed of two representatives from each floor and meets once a week. The House Council welcomes the new freshman each fall Planning dorm parties is also one of their duties. 76Deseret Club Scaled: Jenny Wolfe, Gail Dawson, Robyn Childs, Lana Smith, Jeanne Notti, Carol Ricks, Alice Hulct, Brenda Roberts, Standing: Louie Mollen, David Beck, Ty Wolfe, Errol Childs, William Smart, Steve Quilling, Leon Graves, Dan Johnson, Jim Johnson. Canterbery Club Left to Right: Mary Beth Miller, Martha Jeffery, Nancy Sasser. 79M Club Left to Right: Ken Walt, Bill Hiner, Mike Charlton, Jim Lots. 2nd Row: Jim Wacker, Gary Warhank, Carl Henderson, Gary Youngquist, Bill McCleskcy, Fred Snook, Jerry Smith, David Lalondc. Row 3: Bill Molcndyke, Dave Arnot, Pat Rogers, Dave Dayton, Darrel Torgrimson, Ron Hamilton, Clay Robinson. M Club Officers 80 Left to Right: Mike Charlton, Jim Lots, Ken Walt, and Bill Hiner.Left to right: Row 1; Diana Rowling. Jeannette Stewart, Barbara Angove, Patt Strobbc, Kathy Kennedy, Nancy Sasser, Mclva Bell. Linda McGhee. Row 2; Judy Crum, Lin McGovern, Cookie Morrison, Joyce Anderson, Lynda Marengo, Karin Nielson, Rac-Lene Lynch. Linda Walker. Row 3; Sue Feeney, Marcia Lots, Nancy Bergeson, Cathy Cox, Colleen Dougherty, Anna Belle Hansen, Pat Haugen, Linda May.Music Department 82 Western Montana College chorus performs at the Christmas concert.Western's band adds a lot to the spirit of our ball games. Brass in Class 83Kappa Zeta Nu Melva Bell Mary A. Carraher 84 Margaret Haugen Carol Hillard Sandra Hummel Margaret HurlbertMarjorie Hurlbert Connie Irish Jan Jallings Linda Jessen Louann Larson Sally Larson Linda Lcct Marcia Lots Cissy Mattson Lin McGovern Carol Melvin Karen Palin Ann Shea Cher 'l Smith Lana Smith Connie Sprout RacCille Strasscr Darlene VanSctten Sue Wangrin Sharon Wilder 1 85W R A Women’s Recreational Association is an organization to stimulate interest in women's sports. WRA Executive Board 86PEMM Club This club is designed exclusively for Physical Education Majors and Minors. Fencing Club Left to Right: Christina Mori, Ted Hartford, Emily Mae Evans, Carol Askcy, Sid Fredrickson, Cheri Antoine, Sheryl Stoykes. 87Ski Club Left to Right: David Shepard, Linda Hopkins, Lin McGovern, Ron Hopkins, Row 2: Brad Arfman, Ron Riley, Andy Gaasch, Linda Cooney, Diana Rowling, Kay Wilson, Anna Belle Hansen, Butch Calhoun, Janey Kitchin, Row 3: Jim Lovell, Ken Eickler, Charles Leonard, Mary Pat Converse, Jim Spehar, Walt Warchime, Jeff Smith, Jim Peterson. The members of ski club try to go skiing every weekend and also take one big trip to someplace special each year. 88Rodeo Club Left to Right: Front Row; Emily Evans, Mike Hayworth, RaeCilie Strasser, Mary Agnes Cara her, Wesley Hayworth, Bob Nau. Second Row; Mr. Anderson, Donna Smith, Chester Monson, Carol Askey, Richard Vanisco, Tom Novich, Jerry Nyhart, Steve Johnson, Doug Kirk. Indian Club Seated: Arlene Matt, Don Howard, Standing: John Paul, George Medicine Crow, Dick Fisher, John Holling, Blanche Nichols, Jerome White Hip, Dr. Feathers. 89Drum Corps Left to right: Kneeling—Tina Mori, Marshall Thompson, Larry Hull. Standing: Margaret Hurlbert, Laurel Walker, Pattie Emmett, Chester Monson, Melody Walker, Don Drivdahl, Emily Mac Evans, Sheryl Stokes, Leslie Walker, Cheri Antoine. IN MARCHING FORMATION 90Student Wives Left to Right: 1st Row: Mary Pilgrim, Paula Dyer, Virginia Woo Icy, Lilah Harper, Barbara Rcbish, Marlene McCleskey, Betty Moore, Margaret Bro. 2nd Row: Sharon Yanzick, Marilyn Calkins, Linda Walks, Peggy Johnson, Jackie Palmer, Kathy Davis, Joan Pilgrim, Penny Torgrimson, Betty Shadoan, Cammie Heikkila, Bach Row: Linda Walt, Paulette Popham, Leslie Chalich, Kandis Berg, Doris Brown, Linda Ann Bates, Lauricc Warneke. 91Gargoyles Left to Right: Freckles, Virginia Coulter, Keith Pewe, Melody Walker. 2nd Row: Steve Calkins, Mar)’ Beth Miller, Emily Mac Evans, Carol Askey. 3rd Row: Frank Keen, Patti Emmett, Jim Schmidt, Jean Heberling, Mr. Rybum 92Sea Hollings, Jesse Robbins. Left to right: Nancy Brcwington, Emily Mae Evans. Sue Wangerin, Margaret Lau, Irene Wnucack, Rita Bach, Sue Feeney, Row 2: Mr. Nebeker. Jeannette Kinna. Linda Murray, Linda Langton, Terr)- Cockrane, Carol Melvin, John Cromrich, Evelyn Taber, Fred Ranney. 93 Student Education Association is a professional organization for all people who intend to go into the education field. Each year SEA sponsors a Christmas Fireside as one of its major projects. Administration and FacultyOur President Dr. James E. Short Dr. James Short, President of Western Montana College since 1957, has proved himself to be a very able administrator. He is dedicated to his task and seeks to do everything possible in providing staff, buildings, and equipment so that the opportunity for the best possible preparation can be made available to Western students. With all of his administrative duties Dr. Short is a very busy man, but he always finds time to be a friend to faculty members and students. 96Local Board of Education Mr. O. A. Bergeson, Mrs. Amy Gilbert, Mr. W. G. Glbert, Dr. James E. Short. s 4 97 Future Physical Education ComplexEnglish THERESE BRYCHTA Assistant Professor of English B.A., Univ. of California M.A., San Francisco State College EDWARD CEBULL Associate Professor of English B.E., Western Montana College M.A., Univ. of Montana 98 ALMEDA MANN Instructor in English B.A., Intermountain Union CollegeMARY MARJERRISON Assistant Professor of English B.A., Indiana Central College M.A., Indiana Univ. BLANCHE McMANUS Assistant Professor of English B.E., Western Montana College M.A., Univ. of Washington GERALD L. WAGNER Instructor in English B.A., M.A., Univ. of Wyoming MAX FEUERSTACK Instructor in German Univ. of Gottingen, Prussia B.D., Pacific Lutheran Univ. 99Education C. R. ANDERSON Associate Professor of Education B.A. Gustavus Adolphus College M.A., University of Montana WESLEY CASPERS Professor and Dean of Education B.S., State Teachers College M.S., California Institute of Technology M.A., Ph.D., Univ. of Minnesota CHARLES R. CURTIS Assistant Professor of Education B.S., Utah State University M.Ed., Oregon State University JOSEPH FEATHERS Professor of Education A.B., Willamette Univ. M.S., Ph.D., Univ. of Washington 100 RALPH KNEE LAND Associate Professor of Education B.S. Ed., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College M E., Univ. of MontanaEducation W. DENTON NEBEKER Assistant Professor of Education B.A., Brigham Young Univ. RODNEY PETTY Associate Professor of Education B.S., M.S., Oregon College of Education D.Ed., Univ. of Oregon REED SHIELDS Associate Pro essor of Education B.Ed., Univ. of Alberta M.A., Univ. of Montana D.Ed., Brigham Young Univ. Business 101Science KENNETH BANDELIER Assistant Professor of Biological Science B.A., M.S., Purdue Univ. M.S., Univ. of Montana DANIEL BLOCK Assistant Professor of Biological Science B.S., M.S., Univ. of Montana HOWARD SMITH Associate Professor of Physical Science B.S., M.S., Montana State Univ. HENRY STISH Dean of Men Associate Professor of Science B.S., Bemidji State College M.Ed., Univ. of North Dakota 102 JOSEPH STREEPER Assistant Professor of Phycical Science B.S., M.S., Univ. of North DakotaFRANK BUSCH Assistant Professor of Social Science B.A., M.A., Univ. of Montana DAVID GALLAGHER Instructor in Social Science and Physical Education B.S., Univ. of Minnesota M.P.H., Univ. of California Social Science STANLEY DAVISON Professor of Social Science B.A., M.A., Univ. of Montana Ph.D., Univ. of California DALE TASH Associate Professor of Social Science B.S., Western Montana College M.A., Univ. of Montana 103GORDON BENNETT Assistant Professor of Mathematics B.A., Hiram College M.A., Bowling Green State Univ. Industrial Arts Mathematics TERRANCE CYPHER Assistant Professor of Mathematics B.S., M.S., Montana State Univ. LARRY W. HICKETHIER Instructor in Mathematics B.A., Univ. of Montana M.S., Univ. of Wyoming CLAYBORN ANDERS Assistant Professor of Industrial Arts B.S., M.S., Montana State Univ. 104JEANETTE BOYD Instructor in Physical Education B.S., Montana State Univ. Physical Education DONALD KEI.TZ Instructor in Physical Education B.S., Western Montana College FRANK JESSE Assistant Professor of Physical Education B.S., Nebraska State College. Chadron M.S., l.'niv. of Washington CECIL KENT Instructor in Physical Education B.S.. Montana State Univ. M S.. Western Montana College WILLIAM STRAUGH Professor of Physical Education B.E.. Western Montana College M E., Univ. of Montana DONA WALLACE Instructor in Physical Education B.S., Montana State Univ. 105MARY EMtfRICK Professor of Art B.A., Univ. of Washington M.A., Columbia ALEXANDER MICHELETTI Instructor in Art B.S., Univ. of Montana M.Ed., Utah State Univ. Music SAMUEL DAVIS Assistant Professor of Music B.M.. Univ. of Montana M.M., Manhattan School of Music RALPH McFADDEN Professor of Music B.M., Dana Musical Institute M.M.. American Conservatory of Music 106Business Office VIOLA HOLTER Bookkeeper DOLLY ROTTWEILER Clerk LARRY LINK Financial Aid Officer DENNIS DEV ITT Saga Foods Manager 107Registrar’s Office PAUL O. PICTON Registrar BA.. Dickinson State College M.A., Univ. of Montana LOUISE FARRIS Secretary to the Registrar BETTY SPEHAR Clerk-Typist MABEL WILLISS Clerk-Typist LUCILLE PADDOCK Dean of Women; Housemother R.N., B.S., Montana State Univ. LEONA MUNSON Housemother 108ROBERT J. H AMI LI. Acting Librarian B.A., St. Ambrose Gil lege, Davenport, Iowa Library IVA LEA ORR Assistant Librarian Secretaries 109snduiD) punojvA lovely couple, bound for the Sadie Hawkins dance. Deep in thought. Come on, I won't step on your feet! Arlene concentrates on an art project. A work-study project. Anything for a different view! Christy and Lova, waiting for the Homecoming Parade. Mr. and Mrs. Block pose at the KZN Formal. Taking credit! 112Julie Dickinson and Paul Stahl sing at the KZN Formal. Getting in line for lunch. SAGA has cheerful helpers. .. Athletic people using the tennis court. Kay and Stevie perform.Swimming class. Moving back into the dorm. The Art Department displays student talent. Pageant tickets for sale here! Ray is really a happy fellow. Part of Western's expansion program. I 14Relaxing in the SUB. WESCOLITE staff at work. A familiar line. Talent or not ? Scene from ' The Rainmaker;" A time for play ... Hanky Panky.Bird's eye view. High-handed work. ‘M’ Day—morning, naturally. Dorm Christmas Party. Research. Caught, in the act of studying! Bounce time. 116 Food! Familiar face—Mrs. Gallagher.Royalty Art Crafts lesson. Boredom! Select group. 'Twas the night before Christmas ... Artist at work. Lunch time! At work on "The Crucible.'Master’s Degree LAWRENCE JANY Butte HELEN MacDONALD Dillon JACK ZINK Dillon LAURA TAFT Cut Bank Graduate Students DALE COMBS Dillon MARY COLLINS Whitehall GARY DAVIS Dillon 120Z9, o SSD|)CAROL ASKEY LUCILLE BAINBRIDGE MARGARET BAUER Ulm KalispeJI Livingston LILLIAN BEAMISH RITA BENNETTS Thompson Falls Dillon 122 EDWARD BOYLE Butte ROBERT BURKE Butte LINDA CHAMBERS Great FallsLOVA CHERRY NANCY COATES CHARLES A. 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TREVITHICK Butte RAY TROYER Anaconda VICKI VICHOREK DillonSUE WANGERIN WALT WAREHIME DAVE WARNEKE Deer Lodge Cascade Choteau TED WHITE BARRY WILCOX PEGGY WILCOX Hamilton Three Forks Geraldine 149 IRENE WNUCZEK Butte GARY YOUNGQUIST MissoulaJunior Class Officers George Arnot Bruce McMorris Sue Wangerin Vice-President President Secretary-Treasurer69, jo SSD|3JAMES ABBAS JOYCE ANDERSON BARBARA ANGOVE JANEY ANNALA Dillon Fairfield Butte Great Falls CHERI ANTOINE JOE ASHCRAFT SHIRLEY ATCHESON BOB BENNETT Poison Moccasin Whitehall Deer Lodge LAUROLYN BERGESON BARBARA BOYD PATRICIA BRADWAY HARRY BUCKINGHAM Kalispell Libby Manhattan Townsend 152CONNIE BURWELL BERNARD CALCATERRA STEVE CALKINS MARY AGNES CARRAHER Dillon Divide Butte Anaconda STEVIE CARY BOB CASAGRANDE JUDITH CERNIK LINDA CLINE Helena Butte Ronan Harrison 153 JIM CLOTFELTER Dutton TONY COLLER Stevcnsville SANDRA CONKLIN Libby JOY CONN HelenaSTEPHEN CONNER CATHIE COX FELICITY DAGNALL FLOYD DARLINGTON Darby Great Falls Townsend Ronan ROBERT DE BUHR DONNA DI GIDIO JUANITA DE LEON ROBERT DENTON Butte Three Forks Melrose Hamilton ANKE DHANE JEANNE DONEY COLLEEN DOUGHERTY RUSSEL DUPUIS Choteau Boulder Dillon Melrose 154CAROL EACOCK BILL EARLES DANIEL EDDY TERRY EDWARDS Cut Bank Pendroy Corvallis Florence EMILY MAE EVANS SUE FEENEY RICHARD FISHER RICHARD FLAGER Butte Butte Lame Deer Alder CONNIE FLECHSENHAR CHRISTIAN FRANK CLARA FRANK GARY FRENCH Cascade Dillon Kalispell Plains 155THOMAS GRAYSON DAN GREGIER ROBERT HAAB HARRY HALL Bozeman Butte Clancy Stevensville HELEN HALL MONTY HANKINSON DIANA HANNON HELEN HARRINGTON Stevensville Kalispell Darby Dillon 156 KEITH ANN HART Butte ARTHUR HARTMAN Hamilton PAT HAUGEN Anaconda LARRY HEAPHY AnacondaRON HEIKKILA CARL HENDERSON DIANE HOLYK RONALD HOPKINS Chester Anaconda Vida Libby JUDI HOWARD JOHN HOYT MARGARET HURLBERT MARJORIE HURLBERT Anaconda Chotcau Anaconda Anaconda JACK HUTCHISON FRANCIS HYATT CONNIE IRISH MARTHA JEFFREY Dillon Dillon Dillon Idaho Falls, Idaho 157LINDA JESSON JAMES EVERT JOHNSON KENNETH JOHNSON WESLEY JOHNSON Anaconda Ronan Deer Lodge Shelby LYN KARR DOUG KIRK JANIE KITCHIN RUTHANN KORTUM Dillon Cascade Deer Lodge Kalispell 158 RONALD KRANTZ Dillon JOHN KREIS Stevensville LOUISE KUTZ Butte ANNETTE LA FOREST AnacondaMICHEAL LAISNEZ LOUANN LARSON JIM LODGE MARCIA LOTS Dutton Kalispcll Dillon Townsend JAMES LOVELL Waldon, Colorado PAT MALCOLM Anaconda LYNDA MARENGO Poison CISSY MATTSON Butte 159 BOB MEREDITH Anaconda ELIZABETH MESSNER Missoula JOAN MILLER Columbia Falls NANCY MILLER PhillipsburgCHESTER MONSON Deer Lodge KAREN MOONEY Dillon MARJORIE MOORE Pablo CHRISTINA MORI Deer Lodge DIANE MacDONALD MARSHA McGINNIS LIN McGOVERN JIM McISAAC Dillon Anaconda Dillon Anaconda 160 TOM McKAY Anaconda EILEEN McKECHNIE Shelby MARY PAT McNELIS Anaconda ROBERT NAU KalispcIITOM NAU BLANCHE NICHOLS RON NIERSTHEIMER EDWARD OLSON Kalispcll Dillon Columbus Columbus EVA PAIGE VERLA PEDERSON JOE PETERSON DON PETTIGREW Sheridan Dillon Browning Shelby KEITH PEWE Dillon MARY KAY PIPINICH Anaconda STEVE POOLE Lima RAY POSTON KalispcllCLAUDIA PUSCHMANN BILL RAFFERTY BILL RIDGWAY PAT RILEY Dillon Willow Creek Bozeman Helena RON RILEY JESSE ROBBINS CLAY ROBINSON CARL ROSENLEAF Libby San Saba, Texas Belgrade Anaconda 162 HUBERT SAGER Ronan ROBERT SAGER Anaconda LOREN SASSER Choteau JAMES SCHMIDT ConradBOB SCHWEND RANDY SCOTT JAMES SEIDENSTICKER DANNY SHADOAN Mclstone Dillon Dillon Corvallis BERNARD SHAFER MARGUERITE SKILLMAN CHERI SMITH DONNA SMITH Dillon Livingston Anaconda Melrose 163 JANIS SMITH Dillon JEFF SMITH Butte PAUL STAHL Dillon DANIEL STEINER ButtePAT STROBBE CARL STUBBERT BILL THOMPSON JUDY TOMMERUP Bridger Galata Ennis Westby HAROLD TUSLER MARILYN VANINA RICHARD VANISKO DARLENE VAN SETTEN Terr ’ Butte Deer Lodge Fairfield IM BILL VOGES Big Timber LAUREL WALKER Moccasin LESLIE WALKER Moccasin MARY ELLEN WALL LaurelGARY WARHANK KAREN WATERS WALTER WATERS Rudyard Helena Helena MELVIN WATTULA JIM WHEALON DON WILCOX SHARON WILDEY Anaconda Poison Hamilton Conner 165 TIM PILGRIM Dillon BARRY WILLIAMS Helena DANIEL WOOLEY Dillon DON ZANTO HighwoodSophomore Class Officers Monty Hankinson Larry Heaphy Pat Strobbe 166 President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer70BOB ADKINS JOHN ALLEN BOB ANDERSON WAYNE ANDERSON Corvallis Butte Gilchrist, Ore. Whitefish DOROTHY ANDREWS BRAD ARFMAN STUART ARNOT ARCHIE ARNTSON Shelby Helena Hamilton Butte JUDITH ARTHUN SHERRY BADGLEY CHERRY BALDRIDGE JIM BAND Absorkee Hamilton Missoula Thompson Falls BARBARA BECK DAVID BECK MELODIE BERG NANCY BERGESON Deer Lodge Dillon Great Falls Kalispell 168LARRY BJORNDAL Willow Creek JAMIE BLACK Great Falls HOWARD BOUMA Conrad bob breck Kalispell KEN BROVALD DONNITA BURDITT ALAN BURLEY COREEN CALDWELL Rudyard Great Falls Ronan Sheridan BURT CALHOUN Libby DON CAMPBELL Dillon MIKE CHILDS Libby JOHN CHRISTENSEN Anaconda ROSE COSTLE Anaconda sas®® coteKENNETH CROWLEY JUDY CRUM KAREN CULLINAN LEONARD DALASERA Butte Townsend Butte Butte GAIL DAWSON DAN DAY ROD DELANEY DONNA DETTON Heber, Utah Sheridan Libby Dell MELVIN DRAKE SUE DREW DIANE DUNCAN KEN EICHLER Dillon Hall Melrose Red Lodge 170 JOHN ELLIS Fortine BOB ENGLER Corvallis LINDA FAIRWEATHER ROSE MARIE FALTERMEYER Anaconda HelenaBONNIE FEDERER WAYNE FINK LARRY FISHER MARY BETH FLANAGAN Lander, Wyo. Livingston Butte Eureka JAMES FLYNN DORIS FRANK ELENA FREDRICKSEN CHARLEY FREY Helena Kalispcli Anaconda St. Ignatius MIKE FUNK JOHN GARRY CLIFF GEHRING GLENN GERRY Sheridan Dillon Lincoln Butte COLIN GIBBONS JUDY GINSBERG KENNETH GLAUS JUDY GORDON Albertson Anaconda Wise River Dillon 171LEON GRAVES ALAN GRENIER HOWARD HAAS LINDA HACKER Dillon Ronan Deer Lodge Three Forks SUSIE HAMMOND ANNA BELLE HANSEN DAVID HANSEN DAISY HANSON Sr. Ignatius Dillon Dillon Missoula GEORGE HANSON Superior ROBERT HANSON White Sulphur Springs TIM HARLAN Kalispell VARERI HANSON Dillon 172 JOHN HAROLD Anaconda DANNETTE HARRINGTON Butte DAVID HART Chotcau HARRY HARTZ ButteWES HAYWORTH CAROL HEIKKILA RICHARD HIGGENS SANDRA HILDEBRANT Geraldine Dillon Darby Hamilton JOHN HILTON DAN HOLLAND HOWARD E. HOLMES DAN HOLYK St. Ignatius Simms Helena Vida ALICE HULET LOUIS HULL BARRY HUOT Dillon Chester Butte 173 LOIS HUSEBY Alberton RUBY HUSEBY Alberton KIRBY JACOBSEN Kalispell DAN JOHNSON RonanHOLLIDAY JOHNSON JOAN JOHNSON MARILYN JOHNSON DONNA JOSEPH Dillon Dillon Hamilton Anaconda SHARON KESSLER KATHY KENNEDY LARRY KINCHELOE CHARLOTTE KLEMO Dillon Dillon Helena Cardwell KATHY KOENIG DONNETTE LADEN KATHY LAKNER Dillon Dillon Butte EDWARD LARSON BETTY LARTER GLEN LARUM JUNE LEMRICK Thompson Falls Deer Lodge Charlo Whitehall 174LEONARD KEITH WILLIAM LESTER SUSAN LIVELY RAE LENE LYNCH Great Falls Somers Melrose Dillon PAT MARKS CAROLE MARTIN JOHN MARTIN ARLENE MATT St. Ignatius Lewistown Harrison Arlee CARLA MATTSON LINDA MAY ROY MICHELS JR. LYNNE MIELDS Manhattan Divide Plentywood Hamilton 175 CARITA MILLER Sheridan MARGARET MURPHY Geraldine larry McAllister Butte BOB McCHESNEY Sidneystfve McDonald wayne mcEwen linda McGhee gib McKinley Dillon Belgrade Deer Lodge Conrad EILEEN McKITTRICK JOLENE McLEAN COY MeMORRIS RANDY McQUAY Anaconda Anaconda Sidney Butte BARBARA NASH BARBARA NEAL CARLEY NELSON KARIN NIELSON Darby Philipsburg Square Butte Deer Lodge BETTY NOLAN HEIDI NORMANDEALT JEANIE NOTTI JOHN NUTTER Dillon Dillon Alberton Sidney 176JUDY ODERMANN PAUL O LEARY LUCILLE OULDHOUSE VERONICA PARADIS Anaconda Anaconda Anaconda Boulder IRENE PATTERSON JOHN PIPINICH JIM PODOJIL BILL POSIVIO Grantsdale Anaconda Chcstcrland, Ohio St. Ignatius AUDREY POSTON PATTY POSTON MARY PURCELL LINDA QUAINTANCE Anaconda Kalispcll Newburgh, New' York Hamilton 177 GLORIA RANKIN Troy FRED RANNEY Alberton ROSEMARY REITER West Yellowstone JIM REX Deer LodgeDAVID REYNOLDS Norris BILL RICHARDS Butte CARL RONNEBERG Big Timber EFRAIN ROSADO Chicago, III. DIANE ROWLING BOBB RUST PATTY RYAN PHYLLIS SAKAHARA Butte Chester Anaconda Whitefish NANCY SASSER TONI SCHEIFFELE JOHN SCHELL CLARK SCHLEGEL Choteau Deer Lodge Stevensville Sunburst RON SCHROEDER GARY SCOTT BOB SESTRICH VIRGINIA SHAFER Libby Fort Benton Anaconda Dillon 178MIKE SKROCH I.ARRY SMITH LINDA SMITH LYNN SORENSON Darby Plains Anaconda Dillon WAYNE STANFORD JEANNETTE STEWART BILL STRONG VAN STRUBE Hamilton Dillon Forsyth Dillon TERRY SULLIVAN ELIZABETH SWAN KATHLEEN TAYNE GENE TEEGARDEN Butte Missoula Dillon Lima 179 BOB THOMAS Butte JULIE THOMPSON Whitefish NICK TOMASKIE Arlee RANDALL TOMMERUP WestbyROBERTA TRACY MAUREEN TWOMEY STEVE VALENTINE SHARON VANDEVANTER Anaconda Butte Helena Columbia Falls BARBARA VASHRO GARY VERBONCOEUR LINDA WALKER CAROL WALL Austen Libby Townsend Butte GARY WALLACE JUDY WALLACE BEVERLY WARFEL PENNY SUE WATTERS Great Falls Cardwell Livingston Butte DAVE WILCOX Hamilton KARIN WEBB ROBERT WEBBER Cascade SidneyBETTY WILLIS KAY WILSON JUANITA WISCAISON JENNIFER WOLFE Belfry Charlo Seeley Lake Dillon ARLENE WOODS Boulder JAMES WOOLEY Townsend WALTER ZIMMER Sidney LINDA ZIMMERMAN Columbia Falls GENE ENGLER Corvallis VANN MANLY Aurora, Colorado 181Freshman Class Officers John Harold Vice-President Frances Mooney Secretary-Treasurer Dave Wilcox President 182then is “““ IS1 c««positsx6f the memories of the students attending Western in 1966- -2 Ufilk Our Comm 184185sjuauiesjjjdApvWESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE LIVING ACCOMMODATIONS INCLUDE Sixteen Modern Attractive Apartments for Married Students Modern Dormitory Accommodations for Men Women's Residence Hall, Attractive and Convenient Dining Room Service for Men and Women Plan Now to Make Reservations for Your Room Write Now to Business Office WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE DILLON, MONTANA 59725A Special Message to High School Seniors IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN TEACHING, WESTERN OFFERS THESE DEGREES . . . • Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education This degree entitles one to teach grades kindergarten through the ninth • Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education This degree entitles one to teach grades seven through twelve • Master of Science in Education • The Fifth Year Program for the Professional Certificate OR, IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN OTHER CAREERS, WESTERN OFFERS . . . • A two-year curriculum in Business Education • A two-year General College course • One and two year Pre-Professional courses preparing for entrance into professional schools of Art Agriculture Biological Science Business Administration Dentistry Engineering Forestry Home Economics Journalism Law Medicine Veterinary Science ACCREDITATION Western is accredited by the Northwest Accreditation Association and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. This means the credits earned at Western may be transferred to institutions throughout the United States. For information, write to the Registrar, WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE DILLON, MONTANA 59725SAGA FOODS SERVICE Takes this opportunity to thank the students of Western Montana College for the chance to serve them and for their cooperation throughout the year. WARD D. FITCH and DENIS DEVITT ManagersSTANDARD LUMBER AND COAL COMPANY Fuller Paints and Varnishes Shop Materials and Specialties Phone 683-5521 Dillon, Montana ELLIS OFFICE SUPPLY Compliments of McCRACKEN BROS. The Men's Store Dillon, Montana 129 North Main Street Butte, Montana Your Complete Store Supplies—Machines Furniture—EquipmentPETERSON DRUG DON PETERSON, Reg. Ph. Dillon, Montana Where we believe "service to humanity is the best work of life." ANDRUS HOTEL 60 Units With or Without Bath Cafe Adjoining Ph. 683-2344 Dillon MAC'S BARBER SHOP "Finest in Hair-Cutting" Any Style Dillon Specialized Farming Equipment New Holland—Hesston Swathers Meyer Ditchers Farm Hand Wright Saws ALLIS CHALMERS SOUTHMONT TRACTOR CO. Box 1103 Phone 683-2781 Dillon, MontanaTHE YARN SHOP Yarn, Patterns, Instructions Knit King Knitter 113 W. Park St. Ph. 792-6841 WEINS CLOTHING STORE Montana's Largest Men's Store 33-35-37 East Park Plaza Butte, Montana BUTTE SEARS ROEBUCK AND COMPANY Complete Selection of Nationally Advertised Brands for Men and Boys 32-40 East Granite Butte, Montana Phone 792-3203 BUTTE. MONTANA WILL TEDDY TED TRINIMAN 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, MONTANA0Kee te SHOES FRANCIS MOONEY TRUCKING General Trucking Dillon, Montana "Butte's Friendly Shoe Store" 43-45 East Park Plaza Butte, Montana MAGGIE-ANN'S Ladies and Juniors Fashions 39-41 East Park Plaza Butte, Montana DILLON AUTO DEALERS ASSOCIATION COLLEGE MOTORS Buick Rambler DAVIS MOTOR Jeep—24 Hr. Conoco PAUL'S CHEVROLET Chevrolet Oldsmobile Cadillac E. H. INC. Ford Mercury MONTANA SALES INC. International HOWARD MOTORS Chrysler Plymouth DodgeISABELLA'S DRESS SHOP "Where the Smart College Coed Will Find the Latest of All Fashions" Dillon, Montana THE DILMART "Dillon's Home Mart" Dillon's Only Complete Home Furnishings Store We Please the Hard to Please BEAVERHEAD LAUNDRY DRY CLEANERS Phone 683-5522 First in Personal Service Dillon, MontanaDILLON'S FULL SERVICE BANK THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Congratulates the Graduating Class of 1967 Contact Us for All Your Banking Needs Affiliated With Northwest Bancorpor tion Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.GENE'S Furs . . . Feminine Fashions 48 West Park Butte, Mont. Phone 723-3881 DILLON CREAMERY Beaverhead—GOLD and CHALLENGE Dairy Products PROULX'S UNION 76 Finest Products U-Haul Dealer 410 North Montana Dillon, Montana Dillon BEAVERHEAD BAR SUPPLY CO. Great Falls Select Montana's Own Fine Beer Dillon, Montana HAZEL'S STYLE SHOP If It’s New, You'll Find it at Hazel's Andrus Hotel Building DILLONCongratulations, Graduates Keep in Touch by Joining Your WMC ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Support Western STATE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Your Friendly Home-Owned Bank of DILLON, MONTANA Established 1899 Member Federal Insurance CorporationYou Hear It Everywhere It Pays to Shop at Penney's IMtlU’Uf lA AVC PIOQT r»l I A! I TV " ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY Montana's Most Modern Department Store Dillon Cash, Charge, or Layaway DILLON Compliments of CLUB BAR "Your Friendly Tavern" Headquarters For Sportsmen and Ranchers ANTHONY'S Fashion Store for Students Dillon, MontanaVIGILANTE ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC Serving Rural Southwestern Montana Live Better Farm Better Electrically CO-OP SUPPLY, INC. Dealers in Petroleum Products Tires—Batteries Hardware Fencing Supplies Dillon TOWN PUMP "Gas 4 Less" Dillon E M GIFTS NOVELTY Hallmark Greeting Cards, Toy and Gifts for All Occasions 16 South Montana, Dillon Dillon, MontanaMITCHELL coast-to-coast . . . DRUG the store where your dollar will do the most Locally Nationally Owned Organized BOB AND LOIS DODD We Extend a Hearty Phone 683-4412 Welcome to All WMC Students LION'S DEN Phone 683-2316 Food, Fun and Dance DILLON Dillon, Montana SKYLINE DRIVE-IN Dillon ROBERTA GOLDEN HORN Dillon Missoula, Montana Largest and Friendliest Savings Association In Montana WARREN THEATERS INC. PRUDENTIAL FEDERAL STAMM JEWELERS Dillon Montana 1892 Our 75th Year 1967 SAVINGS INSURED SAVINGS HOME LOANS 4‘ 2% Serving Southwestern Montana with Fine Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds, Silverware, and Related Lines as well as dependable repair service. Broadway at Main Butte, MontanaSHINER'S FURNITURE FLOOR COVERINGS 75 East Park Butte, Montana High Fidelity Components Car Stereos Phone 792-4567 108 So. Montana Butte, Montana DILLON HEATING TIN SHOP "We Sell the Best, Service the Rest" LATER'S JEWELRY Diamonds Wedding Graduation Gifts If It Doesn't Tick, See Dick Lennox Custom Furnace Sheet Metal Sales Work DILLON, MONT. Phone—683-2121 Phone—683-2942 SAM LANDON WARNER'S FOODS Complete One-5top Service DILLONLIVE IT UP! Take a Break . . . at Your Merry DAIRY QUEEN WHEELER INN JACK'S MARKET Quality Foods Dillon BREAKFAST-LUNCH DINNER—FOUNTAIN North of Dillon Open All Night IBEY CONSTRUCTION General Building Contractors INC. As construction is important to our growing America, so is education. We support Western Montana College and urge its students to continue their education and keep our country growing. Phone 683-5541 Dillon, MontanaIn Anaconda It's the OASIS BAR LOUNGE 601 East Park KDBM IMN ABC MUTUAL FULL TIME ON 1490 KC Most Complete Sports Coverage A Community Booster Dillon, Montana 42 North Main Street Butte, Montana LA VERNE'S DRESS SHOP The Fashion Center II3I 2 West Park Butte, Montana In Dillon It’s the PARISIAN CLEANERS 14 North Washington Samtone Certified MasterVrycleaner Free Pickup Delivery Home of Dillon's Coin-Op Dry Cleaning, TooPROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR. R. D. CURRY FRANK DAVIS Dentist Attorney at Law Phone 683-2132 DILLON, DILLON MONTANA DR. E. D. EVANS DR. JOHN B. McCOLLUM Dentist Dentist Phone 683-4491 Phone 683-5312 DILLON DILLON DR. R. J. ENGLISH DR. J. C. LINDUSKA Optometrist Dentist Phone 683-2611 Phone 683-2861 DILLON DILLON DR. W. E. MONGER DR. R. D. ROMERS Osteopathic Physician Dentist Phone 683-4421 Phone 683-2671 DILLON DILLON 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. . rtrcr neirr Montana Power COMPANY SERVING YOU IS OUR BUSINESSIT'S THE PEOPLE From a single mine in Butte, Montana, The Anaconda Company has grown into the world's largest non-ferrous mining and metal fabricating concern. Over the years, Anaconda steadily expanded its operations throughout the Western Hemisphere and built its market from copper alone to a myriad of metals and fabricated products. People were responsible for every step forward. Today there are more than 40,000 Anaconda employees— geologists, miners, metallurgists, chemists, accountants, engineers, lawyers, salesmen, manufacturing specialists. They are members of a dynamic industry, performing an important job. The future will rest in the hands of the same kind of good, capable people. Not only our industry, but every component that makes America great, looks to our schools and colleges for technically qualified people of talent and skill. They will share in the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. In America, under our Free Enterprise system, the choice of a career is YOURS to make. Whatever you choose, may success be yours. 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