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Chinook '69 Western Montana College Dillon, Montana I Published by Junior Class Volume Sixty-oneForeword Progress and change are forces which more and more are shaping the world we live in. Western Montana College must change and is changing to meet the needs of the world. Only a few short years ago Western had fewer than 300 students. The enrollment is now almost 1,000. Progress at Western is evident in almost all phases of campus activity. New buildings are springing up like mushrooms almost overnight; a modernized curriculum is coming into being and new faculty members are constantly being added. In the 68-69 Chinook we shall show, not only the manner in which Western is meeting its present obligations, but also the manner in which Western intends to meet its future obligations. 2Contents Future of WMC 9 Campus Life 15 Sports 91 The Student Population 131 Faculty and Administration 195 Advertisements 209 3 Dedication Mrs. Mary Baker Emerick A long and distinguished career was ended by the retirement of Mrs. Mary B. Emerick at the close of spring quarter of last year. In honor of her efforts to create a fine Art Department and to upgrade the quality of Western Montana College in general, the Chinook staff dedicates this year's edition of the yearbook to Mrs Emerick. We wish Mrs. Emerick, Professor Emeritus, a long and happy retirement. AIn Memoriam Miss Mary Marjerrison Last summer Western Montana College lost one of the finest teachers ever to grace its campus. Miss Mary Marjerrison. A dedicated instructor who spent forty years of her life in the teaching profession, she was a profound example to those of us who are taking the first unsure steps toward a teaching career. Since 1962, she served as a member of the faculty at Western, earning the respect and admiration of colleagues and students alike. Though her loss deeply saddened all those who knew her, it might well be remembered that her work will continue to live in those students who had the good fortune to learn from this uncommon and inspirational woman. 5In Memoriam Gordon Arntson The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures; he leadeth me beside the still waters. He restoreth my soul; he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake. Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil; for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over. Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life; and I will dwell in the house of the Lord for ever. Psalm: 23Herb Slack Indispensable is the word most often applied to Herb Slack, campus policeman. He is a true friend to students living in the men s dorms and often works long hours performing miscellaneous tasks such as shoveling snow, loosening jammed locks, and delivering mail. The Chinook staff salutes Herb for a job well done. In Appreciation 7William Straugh This year Bill Straugh is being honored for his 25 years service to Western Montana College. His success can be measured in the 22 championship teams he coached; ten in track, nine in basketball, two in football, and one in baseball. Straugh s cagers also garnered no less than five berths in the tourney finals in Kansas City. Over 25 years, his teams have won 63 per cent of their games and in the MCC and Frontier Circuits his clubs won 180 victories while losing only 80—a near 70 per cent clip. As he is retiring from coaching to devote full time to his duties as Athletic Director, the Chinook salutes his distinguished career.TO THE FUTURE ! LOOKING 9Keeping pace with a doubling enrollment over the past decade has changed the face of Western Montana College's campus as construction workers move at an ever-quickening tempo to meet the need for dormitories, classrooms, and office space. Teaching careers are proving increasingly attractive to men and this, too, is reflected in Western's changing appearance. In 1957 fewer than 200 male students were enrolled; today men out-number coeds, 577-385. To meet this trend Western has added three men's dormitories during the past 10 years. Davis Hall, was completed in 1959 at a cost of $315,000; Centennial Hall was constructed in 1964 at a cost of $370,000; and Clark Hall was constructed in 1967 at a cost of $369,000. (Upper right) The old Administration Building which will continue faithfully to servo Western as it has done in the past. (Center) Western is proud of its modern, up-to-date dormitory facilities. (Below) Construction equipment is now a familiar sight on campus. 10Indicative of Western’s growth is the $3,200,000 building program for the 1967-69 biennium, which includes an attractive, highly-func-tional Physical Education Complex, new Library-Administration Building, and a Classroom-Faculty Office Building. The P-E Complex was completed in December, and dedication ceremonies took place February 14-15. This spacious new structure, measuring 150x400 feet and constructed at a cost of $950,000, contains three general areas—the gymnasium with seating for over 2,000, the central three-story portion for offices, classrooms and specialized physical education programs, and a dirt floor arena, which will afford an all-weather facility for P-E activities and classes. (Top) Western's new P-E Complex as it should appear after landscaping. (Middle) One of the many new activities which Western's new PE Complex makes possible. (Bottom) If is easy for athletes to keep in shape with facilities like the new weight room. 1 1Currently under construction and scheduled for occupancy in the spring is the $540,000 Library and Administration building. The building, which is located between the Student Union and the old Gymnasium, will house, in addition to the library, business and registrar's departments, president's and other administrative offices. The present library reading room will be renovated and converted to classrooms and offices immediately upon transfer of the library to its new quarters. Now in planning stages is a $1-million Classroom and Faculty Office Building, which will house physics, chemistry, and biology departments, complete with associated laboratories and classrooms. The building should be ready for occupancy by Fall Quarter of 1970. Completion of the Classroom and Faculty Office Building will almost double the college's capital investment, which prior to 1967 was listed at approximately $2 V2-million. (top) WMC's new library as it should look after the third floor has been added and the grounds have been landscaped. (Center) This kind of equipment shows WMC’s movement toward modernization. (Below) Student listening to recordings. 12 With a 1968 autumn quarter enrollment of 962 (an all-time high) and with a projected enrollment of 1230 by 1975, in mind, WMC President James E. Short and a campus development committee, headed by Professor Henry Stish, have prepared a long range building program, extending through the 1975-1977 biennium. Among projects to be given top priority for the 1969-71 period are building renovations, acquisition of 11 acres adjoining the southwest area of the campus, and a .third floor addition to the new library. Replacement of the present swimming pool, extension of the campus food service, and construction of a women's residence hall are projected for 1971-73. The ten year program will total over $2y2-million, with approximately 75 per cent of the projects self-liquidating through fees and rental receipts. (Topi A small sample of the equipment that will be made possible by the new Classroom Faculty Office Building. (Middle) Delving into man’s past will become easier with the modern equipment in the new Classroom, Faculty Office Building. (Bottom) Architect’s draw.ng of the new Classroom Faculty Offico Building. 13 • ; . III! • 7 This year (1968-1969) Western Montana College is completing its 76th year as a teacher preparation institution. Western takes pride in the long line of students who have graduated and who have gone out to teach in the elementary and secondary schools, and, as we review the achievements of the past, we look forward to even greater achievements in the years ahead. The present expanding physical facilities— buildings completed, in progress and planned—cause us to look with optimism to the future. The college enrollment will grow, additions will be made to the faculty, curriculum offerings will be increased, and more services will be made available. Yes, the future looks bright and all of us—students, faculty, and administration—are very proud to have had a part in the growth and progress of Western Montana College. Ralph S. Kneeland Dean of Education • ' . • . ‘ ■ ■ 7 1 15Central Board CENTRAL BOARD, Seated, left to right: Helen Hanson, Harold Tuslcr. Steve Valentine, Ken Taylor, John D. Lynch, Karla Wilhelm, Howard Holmes, Barry Williams, Russ Haffner, Michael Bates; Standing.- Mr. Barthell, Clark Schlegel, and Mr. Stish. ASWMC President's Message I would like to express my sincere appreciation to all the students, faculty, and staff for making my term of office at Western a rewarding one. I am very proud of Western and I fee I with just cause. Over the years the quality of the students who have graduated from Western has been unsurpassed. They have caused change but not by violent protests or demonstrations, but in an orderly and mannerly way within the establishment. I hope all of you have set admirable goals and will work always to achieve these goals both in school and throughout life. The education you received at Western will certainly aid you to this end. Many of the friends you made at Western will, I am sure, be everlasting ones. Words cannot adequately express the feeling I wish to convey. I shall remember this past year as one of the very best in my life. I wish each and everyone the best of luck and, as the Irish say, "May the wind be always at your back." Executive Officers Sincerely, J. D. Lynch J. D. Lynch, President; Karla Wilhelm, Secretary; Clark Schlegel, Vice-President. 16Central Board Employees The Social-Dance Chairman, the Business Manager, and the Publicity Director are the three officials who aid the Central Board in running the student government. These officials are chosen by the Student Body President with the consent of the Central Board. Social-Dance Chairman, Patty Poston, has the job of organizing movies, dances, and other similar social functions which occur at Western. Business Manager, Ed Kovich, is responsible for keeping track of Central Board's funds. Publicity Director, Ron Nierstheim-er, has the duty of publicizing student activities. CENTRAL BOARD EMPLOYEES at work. Inter-Club Council I.C.C. was formed to co-ordinate the activities of the various clubs on campus and to spread information of common interest. Clubs send a special representative or their vice-president to represent them. The leader of I.C.C. is the Vice-President of ASWMC. Meetings are usually held once a month. One of the problems Inter-Club Council has had in the past has been that some of the important organizations have not sent members. In an attempt to correct this situation, the Vice-President has ruled that all financial requests from Central Board go through the I.C.C. This stimulated greater participation, especially at the beginning of the year. INTER-CLUB COUNCIL, Scaled left to right, Steven Finck, Henry Real Bird, John Sporzen, Clork Schlegel, Darrel Williams, Gladys Wongerin, Ruth Ann Patton, and Ken Eichler. 17Chinook CHINOOK STAFF, Seated, left to right; Dave Ringer, Vincent Crowe, Edward Kovich, Gene Ordahl, Terry Fosbory, David Mero, Jack Spurzem, Glen Gerry, Clark Schlcgcl, Jeffery Smith, and Victoria Burch. Each new year finds a fresh and inexperienced CHINOOK staff faced with the tremendous task of putting out a new and better CHINOOK. The obstacles to be encountered in the publication of the CHINOOK are tremendous but, with a dedicated staff, they are not insurmountable. Unlike Western's other major campus publication, the WESCOLITE, the CHI-NOOK is not connected in any manner with a class and its staff members receive no academic credits for their services. Larry Bjorndal and Gary Wallace served as co-editors of the 1969 CHINOOK. Advisors to the publication were Miss Blanche McManus and Mrs. Atmeda Mann. 18 The CHINOOK arrives.CHINOOK PHOTOGRAPHERS, Bock row, left to right: Woyne McEwen, Dave Mero, and Jeff Smith; First row: Rod Farley and Larry Mougey. Wayne McEwen Head Photographer 19 CHINOOK STAFF AT WORKEditorial Gary Wallace Co-Editor Dave Hart Activities Editor Hannes Boundy Sports Editor Miss Blanche McManus Advisor Mrs. Almeda Mann Advisor Dorothy Hart Faculty Editor Eldon Chapman Business Manager Board Larry Bjorndal Co-Editor Henry Hanson Classes Editor Howard Holmes Picture Editor 20"M" Club “M” Club. Third row, left to right: Steve Volentine, Dove Dcorcorn, Bob Pemberton, John Fred, Cloy Robinjon, Gory Worhank, Bob Crawford, Lynn Stonelakc; Second row: Jim Wooley, Hannes Boundy, Bill Posivio, Pete Woyleft, Gary Jacobson, Steve Quilling; Front row: officers: Bob McChesney, Steve Poole, and Jim Harding. M-Club, an organization made up of students who have earned athletic letters, is the sponsor of both the M-Day activities and the annual homecoming activities on campus. The club is dedicated to the creation of well-rounded athletes and to the promotion of friendly campus relationships. 21 "M” Club Initiation.n i 7 i Mary Jane Annald Lou Ann Larson Marcia Lots Darlene V. Caldwell Laurence Heaphy James Hodge Kay Lin McGovern Martha Jeffery WHO’S WHO The 1968-69 edition of “Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges” carries the names of these twenty students from Western Montana College who have been selected as being among the country's most outstanding leaders on college campuses. 22Karen Mooney Tim Pilgrim The Scholarship and Awards Committee based their selection of these students on their academic achievement, service to the college community, leadership in extra-curricular activities, and future potential. Gary Warhank Ronald Nierstheimer James Seidensticker Marilyn Vanina Barry Williams 23Art Club Master Finck at work. The Art Club is a very active club on campus. The club won Homecoming.float honors, and provided students with the opportunity of viewing art exhibits. The members of the club are eligible for two and three brush emblems. The awards are given on an achievement basis. Club exhibit offers variety. 24 Standing left to right; Glen Gerry; Mrs. Garber, Sponsor; Ruth Ann Patton; Linda Loving; Potti Emmet; JoEllen Johnson; Seated; Holliday Johnson; Kathleen Tayne; Wayne Anderson; Steve Finck.Printers ot work. Kappa Pi Wayne throws o pot. Ruth Ann shows how it's done. Kappa Pi is a National Fine Arts Honorary. It is not affiliated with the Art Club, but aids with exhibits. Students who excel in art are eligible to be invited to join. 25 Standing, Mr. Walters, Sponsor; seated left to right; Wayne Anderson; Pat Rosenleaf; Kathleen Tayne; Linda Loving; Ruth Ann Patton; not pictured; John Hollcnsteiner.Wescolite The WESCOLITE, WMC's school newspaper, is published weekly by the members of the journalism class. The class members must report, write, and proofread all the articles which are submitted. It is the duty of the editor and the advisor to coordinate all the work for each issue. Wayne Anderson. Associate Editor.- Mrs. Almeda Mann. Advisor; and Orvol Hagerman. Editor. WESCOLITE STAFF, left to right; Lee Graves, Penne Ferris, Nancy Miller. Steve Fink, Donnita Burdift, Mrs. Mann, Gary Verboncoeur, Wayne Anderson, Orval Hagerman, Richard Maier, Coreen Caldwell, Fred Ranney. Bob Bennett, and Lin McGovern. 26Drum Corps ,RUM CORPS left ,0 righti Dove Spettv. Ann Wehlet. Undo MM. Undottnon. Jennie Henry. Roy Ronney. Prod Ronney. Utley Wdher. or ine Schle'y. Ruth Wood, Botty W.ft, laurel Walker, and Lonce Donovan. The WMC Drum and Bugle Corps began the year with only six members, but through a recruiting campaign, they finished the year with fifteen members. This year the Drum Corps performed in Homecoming parades at Butte and Dillon. This year's officers are Fred Ranney, President; Tina Mori, Vice-President; and Linda Smith, Secretary-Treasurer. 27 WMC's Drum Corps in action.Intercollegiate Knights Bock row: Bob Combo, Bill McCrea, Dave James, Steve Wilson, Randy Wiedmeir, Barry Grace, Rick Forcello,- Middle row: Darrell Williams, Mike Dellwo, Andy Vandolah, Henry Hanson, Terry Fosbery, Mike Sullivan,- Front row: Wayne Stanford, Recorder; Clark Schlegel, Honorable Duke; Howard Holmes, Chancellor; Jan Quilling, Duchess,- Larry Bjorndol, Jester,- Robert Hanson, Scribe,- and Mr. Larry Hickethier, Advisor. Crimson Tide is a chapter of the National Honorary Fraternity of Intercollegiate Knights. The group is dedicated to service, sacrifice, and loyalty to the college. Activities include escorting queen candidates for Homecoming, several service projects, and ushering at concerts. The turtle derby is an annual event sponsored by the IK's during Spring Quarter. 28 Jan Quilling Crimson Tide DuchessSpurs Back row: Evelyn Hilton, Gladys Wangerin, Terri Hulet, Micki Bates, Karen Strandberg, Jan Johnson, Anita Engitrom, Judy Dodd, Nancy McDonald, Pot Dodge; Front row: Gayle Engholm, Kitty Wilson, Betty Jo Dellwo, Helen Hanson, Diane Markovich. Leigh Wildey. Spurs is a sophomore honorary sorority with a national affiliation. The organization is dedicated to college and community service. Activities range from serving lunches at special occasions to just having fun. The puff-ball game against the Carroll College Spurs is an example of this fun. 29Music Club Back row, left to right: Mr. Dillingham, Dr. Davis, Gary Wallace, John Donovan, Chris Christensen, Dave Sperry. Middle row: Linda Smith, Norra Linderman, Roso Costellc, Jan Quilling, Earline Atchley, Nancy McDonald, Linda McGhee, June Lemrick. Vocal Ensemble Through its many performances and club activities, the Music Club has done much to enrich the musical background of WMC students and also has helped to build school spirit. Three performing groups are sponsored by the club—the Band, the Chorus, and the Vocal Ensemble. Under the direction of Mr. Leon Dillingham, this year's chorus, with a membership of forty, has risen to new heights. 30Chorus Back row, left to right: Evelyn Hilton, Earline Atchley, Claire James, Emily Mae Evans, Michele Wright, Ted Hartford, Mike McFerrin, Steve Quilling, Clark Schlegel, Ruby Husbcy, Jeanne Domagla, Patty Emmitt.Front row: Kathy Wheeler, Rosemarie Miller, Jan Quilling; Jan Hulet, Dixie losich, Cathy Cornish, June Lemrick, Terrell Williams, Chester Monson, Linda Manuel, Gary Wallace, Linda McGhee, Rob Huett, Betty Nau, Dave Sperry, Louann Larson, Tina Mori, Anita Stiff Arm, Linda Smith, Karen Little Light, Mr. McFadden, Mr. Dillingham. Band Back row, left to right: Norman Larson, Vincent Crowe, Dave Sperry, Allen Kohler, Roger Julio, Chester Monson. Front row: Conductor, Dr. Davis, Karen O'Farrell, Jeanne Domagala, Carla Siphers, Norra Lindermon, Linda Smith.Fill your Sitzmarkl Ski First row-. Dave Mcro, Ken Eichlcr; Second row-. Joan Dclgcr, Chris Neal, Annabclle Hanson, Colleen Dougherty, Jo Stradlcy, Patt Strobbe; Third row: Mary Jo Clark, Rick Olsen, Rod Farley, Gary Lively, Randy Eber-line, Gary Ninehouse, Wayne Johnson,- Fourth row: Larry Mougby, Gail Engholm, Randy Dorrirvgfon, Pauline Reinhardt. What happened, lorry? 32 Joe Purcell gives a helping hand to Sharon Mavros of the challet. What form! —______________Club Above: Mr. Don Walters, Sponsor Below: Ken Eichler This year’s ski club, some 75 members strong, is one of the most active groups on campus. Even though the nearest ski area is 45 miles away, many members find their way to the slopes every weekend. Some of these active skiers take part in many duties found at ski area —National Ski Patrol, teaching J.C. Ski School, and coaching the Buddy Werner Racing Program. By next season, the WMC Ski Club hopes to have its own competitive teams in Nordic and Alpine events. This year's officers are: President-Ken Eichler; Vice President-Dave Mero,- Secretary-Patt Strobbe; Treasurer-Janice Ek. 33 If doesn't buck, Onno.WRA Executive Board left to Right — Barbara Boyd, Cherry Baldridge, Jo Dellwo, Phyllis Sakahora, Miss Wallace, Lin McGovern. (Missing from the picture is Jean Horsfall.) The Executive Board of WRA is made up of the officers of the Women's Recreation Association, the President of PEMM Club, and the Intramural Directors. These girls, under the supervision of Miss Wallace and Miss Boyd, plan and direct all sports activities for the girls at Western. WRA First Row: Karen Snead, Phyllis Sakahora, Pam Glover, Terry Lee, Trudy Meyer, Lin McGovern, Sharon Mavros, Donna Smith, Vicky Lusk. Second Row: Barbara Boyd, Cherry Baldridge, Brenda Meredith, Janice Ek, Vicky Burch, Marilynn Guay, Jeanne Domagala, Jennie Henry, Carla Siphers, Kathy Haas, Sharon Stetler, Jo Dellwo. Third Row: Kathy Keller, Charlene Conway, Linda Felton, Collette Quilling, Jessie Whalen, Barbara Miller, Rosemary Bartholomew, Shirley Swartz, Kathy Door, Valaric Hanson, Shirley Antonson, Boni Jacobs. Lynette Bugli, Betty Witt, Chris Neill, Mary Jo Clark. 34Pemm Club First Row: Noncy Kirkegard, Lin McGovern, Sharon Movros, Jo Oellwo. Second Row: Phyllis Sakahara, Lynette Bugli, Trudy Meyer, Jennie Henry, Jeanne Domagala, Boni Jacobs, Shirley Antonson, Joyce Hitchcott, Kathy Haas, Sharon Stetler. Third Row: Charlene Conway. Vicky Lusk, Jerry Lee, Jessie Whalen, Linda Felton, Donna Smith, Cherry Baldridge. Student Wives First Row: Diane Burke, Carol Lawyer, Nancy Williams. Sue Ovitt, Helen Hansen, Sandy Johnson, Annette Nau, Linda Osier, Betty Van-dolah, Sara Campbell, Gena Boehler, Carla Hilton. Second Row: Lois Band, Betty Shadoan, Joyce Goodman, Lynne Daniels. Adele Taylor, Judy Lowney, Doris Brown, Pom Scott, Jean Pilgrim, Linda Wooley, Roxy LeDesky, Sharon Yonzick, Barbara Nelson, Laura Miller. Third Row: Betsy Jozovich, Potty Molen, Ann Jean Hartvigson, Nancy Sasser, Judy Osborne, Judi Day. Sue Eaton. Officers were: President — Joan Pilgrim, Vice President — Annette Nau, Secretary — Sue Ovitt, and Treasurer — Helen Hansen. 35Westernettes „ - II „ n«..r,h«rtv ?ii«on McEldery Colette Quilling, Karen Strondberg, Annobelle Honjon, 'E . . «--= -« .«,c— Buffington, Sharon Mavro . Karla Wilhelm. Linda McGhee, Jeanette Stuart. Carol Lodge. Westernettes, WMC’s own drill team, amazed audiences with their precision marching. Under the direction of Miss Boyd, the girls performed outstandingly at the Homecoming Parade and at numerous games. The girls' excellent performances were the result of much effort as they could be seen practicing nightly during winter quarter in the new physical education complex. 36left to Right: Pam Glover, Pam Coftingham, Howard Holme , and Joan Delger. Forensics The speech team, again under the excellent direction of Mr. Barthell, represented WMC very adequately at meets at Eastern, Butte Tech, and Linfield College, McMinville, Oregon. Also on the itinerary for the team was a trip to Arizona. Sparking the team again was Howard Holmes. 37 Pam Cuttingham Joan DelgerGargoyles Present: Luv Left to Right: Terril Christensen, Steve Finck, Tim Harlan. Send Me No Flowers 38 Left to Right: Carla Siphers, Maureen Twomey, Mary Beth Miller, Betty Barnes, Jerry Dye, Paul Stahl, Dannette Harrington, John Driscoll, Stevo Calkins, Rod Luck, Doug Olson, Tim Harlan.Rehearsal of Prometheus Bound Standing Back Row: John Ries, Gerald Parson, Patty Emmett, Steve Wilson, John Driscoll, Barry Williams, Dennis Day, Bob Bennett. Sitting Left: Joan Husky, Barret Gale, Anne Wehler, Teryl Reynolds, Jonis Smith, Wanda Mitchel. Sitting Right: Jo Ellen Johnson, Anna Billedeaux, Joan Delger, Jo Ann Gygax, Sandy Jimison. The Gargoyle Club The Gargoyle Club is an honorary dramatics organization whose members have shown proficiency and interest in the aspects of theatre work. Jewelled Masque is an honor group within the Gargoyle Club. To obtain this rank, one must excel in the various phases of theatre art. 39 Standing: Patty Emmett, John Hollensfeiner, Carla Siphers, Steve Finck, Valeri Hanson, Ilona Freeman, Fred Ranney, Mr. Joe Ryburn. Seated: Steve Calkins, Laurel Walker, Betty Barnes, Leslie Walker, Bob Bennett.Newman Club Seated: George Carter, Tom Tomasini, Kathy Shcchy, Father Gannon, Trudy Tomazich, Marilyn Guay, Father Sodja; Standing: Luonna Jefferson, Anna Hill, Clark Schlegel (guest), Terry Hettick, John Thompson, Barbara Berberet, Mary Beth Flanagan, Sherry Badgley, Rita Hannon. Standing: Don Bartak, Louonn lorson, Betty Natzke, Dove Hart; Seated: Donnie Laden, Mary Wall, Dorothy Hart. 40LDS Fireside Institute Back Row: Or. Nebeker, Chuck Martin, lee Holmes, Joan Nebeker, Dr. Kennedy, Phil Taylor; Centor Row: Mr. Mrs. James Johnson, Kathy Wheeler, Roberta Klepich, John Schell, Helen Ness; Bottom Row: Randy Weidmeier, Dave James, Ruth Beck, Alice Hulef, Avon Holmes, Heidi Kennedy, Adell Taylor; Front: David Klepich. LDS Institute Scripture Class 41 Standing: Nora linderman, Mrs. Childs, Errol Childs, Don Bloomquist, Becky Crompton, Marjorie Haynes, Mrs. Dennis Day; Seated: Terril Christensen, Dr. Kennedy, Kathy Wheeler, Mike Ballard, Chuck Martin, Dennis Day.The Muse The MUSE is a publication of literary and art works. Students who believe they have been creative in their writings or drawings submit their work, and the best of these are then published. Left to right: Advisor Mr. Gosnell, Editor Betty Barnes, Art Editor Steve Finck. Associated Women Students First row: Janice Ek, Teresa Thomas, Shari Loucks, Mrs. Carmody, Maureen McNclis, Barbara Berberef, Pat Dodge, Evelyn Hilton, Kay Wilson, Ruby Huseby, Nancy Dachs. Second row: Maureen Twomey, Ann Williams, Marilynn Guay, Barb Marich, Luanna Jefferson, Alma Hill, Jolene McLean, Bonnie Jacobs, Carolyn Smolo, Toni Benson, Chris Neill, Jean Johnson, Betty Dellwo, Susan Hammond. Third row: Marilyn Vanina, Diane Giop, Linda Smith, Betty Natzke, Kathy Dorr, Shirley Antonson, Kathy Drinville, Martha Jeffery, Chris Kieckbusch, Sherry Badgley, Cindy Tesch, Roberta McCabe, Joann Gygax, Linda Dunne, Earline Atchley, Vicky Burch, Nancy McDonald, Joyce Hitchcoff, Nancy Kirkegard, Gladys Wangerin, Micki Bates, Teryl Reynolds, Ilona Freeman. Fourth row: Shirley Swartz, Anno Marie Billedeaux, Dixie Lasich, Judy Cernik, Pam Glover, Barbara Miller, Cindy Hartsell, Brenda Meredith, Gayle Engholm, Vicky Loney, Mary Jo Clark, Judy St. Onge, Mary Ellen Wall, Kathy Haas, Michele Wright, Louann Larson. 42Folk Club Left to right-. Teryl Renolds, Mary Jo Clark, Pamela Cottinghom, Christine Neill. Barbara Wehlcr, Mr. Dillingham, President Ken Eichler, Henry Hanson. Vice President Dennis Kendall, Eileen Spurlock, Marilyn Guay, Janet Hewitt, Sec. Treasurer Elizabeth Hitchens. Rodeo Club The Rodeo Club has as its members students with an interest in rodeo activities. The club sponsors a rodeo for Western and competes in a four-state rodeo circuit. Front row: Rod Farley, Henry Real Bird, Terry Fosberry; Second row: Don Short, Nancy Kirkegard, Josoph Purcell, Vickie loncy, James Horner, Diane Clemow, Lynette Bugli, Terry Duffey. 43I. A. Club INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB: Dole Hunt, Bob Webber, Bill Posivio, Dave Mcro, Darrell William , Harold Clark, Lynn Sorenjan, Dennis Crantz, Ken Johnson and Advisor Mr. Scott. Western's Industrial Arts Club is open to all students who are majoring or minoring in Industrial Arts. The purpose of the club is to help students to develop a better understanding of that field. The club is independently financed by the completion and sale of various articles. The money is used for field trips to industrial sites, both in and out of the state. Examples of this year's co-operative efforts by club members included cedar chest raffles, and the selling of stone jewelry at the Student Wives' Carnival. The club officers are Darrel Williams, President; Bob Webber, Vice President; Lynn Sorenson, Secretary; and Dale Hunt, Treasurer. Advisors to the club are Mr. Anders and Mr. Scott. An I.A. Club member in action. 44S. E. A. STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION; First row: Teryl Reynolds, luanno Jefferson. Mr. Anderson, Maiilyn Vanina, Mary Ellen Wall, James McCarthy, Robert Butorovich, Jolene McLean, Alma Hill; Second row: Bob McChesney, Jon Quilling, Trudy Tomizich. Gladys Wongerin, Mary Beth Flanagan, Carolyn Smolo, Dixie lasich. Holly Cordeiro, Toni Benson, Judy St. Onge, Karen O Farrel, JoAnn Redfern, Barret Gale, Rita Hannon, Nancy McDonald; Third row: John Harold, Harry Hall, Gary Wallace, Diane Giop, Randy Herrmann, louonn Larson, Mortha Jeffery, Linda Smith, Betty Natzkc, Beth Hitchens, Sherry Badgley, Mory Ann Carter, JoAnn Gygax, Linda Childers. Kay Wilson, Linda Cline, Pam Cottingham, JoAnn Huskey; Fourth row: Tony Coller, Chuck Wills, Steve Poole, William Rainey, Fred Ranney, Clark Schlegel. Jeff Smith, Dwaine Wall, Linda Manuel, Sharon Clawson, and Judy Cemik. The Student Education Association is a professional organization for students. It has become the largest club on Western's campus. Major goals of SEA are to develop an understanding of and appreciation for the teaching profession; to stimulate the highest ideals of professional ethics, attitudes, and growth; to improve educational services in general; and to be a national voice in matters affecting the students' interest in education and the teaching profession. Officers: Mory Ellen Wall, Secretary; Marilyn Vanina, President; Sherry Badgley, Membership Chairman; Mr. Anderson. Advisor. 45Joyce Anderson Betty Jo Dellwo Carol Enger Ruby Huseby Kappa Zeta Nu Micki Bates Susan Boyd Judy Dodd Anita Engstrom The major goal of KZN is to further social relationships at Western. A girl must have been enrolled at Western for two successive quarters and must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.65 to be eligible for membership. Each year KZN sponsors both a service project for a worthy cause and the KZN formal. Susan Hammond Jan Johnson Linda Kramer 46Kathy Lakner Nancy Miller Leigh Wildey touann Larson Maureen Twomey Kay Wilson Nancy Sasser Marilyn Vanina Kitty Wilson Diane Markovich 47Chanticleers Chanticleers is an honorary journalism club designed to encourage good writing. Members of the club are selected from the ranks of students who work on the Chinook or the Wescolite. Members of the club publish the alumni edition of the school paper and sponsor a banquet each spring at which the Chinook is distributed. Intense excitement prevails on the day of the banquet as students impatiently await their yearbook. Matrix is a society of Chanticleer members who have done outstanding work in journalism. The school journalism letter is the highest award given to students for journalistic performance. 1968 Chinook editor Barry Williams presents the first yearbook to Dr. Short. 48 Judi Sundsted swears in Spring, initiates. Standing: Larry Kincheloe, Harold Tusler, Kieth Leonard, Darrel Williams, John Spurzem, Jerry Dye, Judy Wade- Seated: Nancy McDonald, Joan Miller, Erin Lewis, Wanda Mitchell, Janis Smith, and Kathy lakner. 1969 Chanticleer officers: Linda McGhee, President; Clark Schlegel. Vice President; Nancy McDonald, Secretary.Circle K (Back Row) Mr. C. R. Anderson, Steve Poole, J. D. Lynch, John Spurzem, Terry Edwards, Dave Mcro; (Front Row) Barry Williams, President; Ray Poston, Vice President; Jim Whcolon, Secretary; Harold Tusler; Paul Stahl; Ron Nierstheimer, Lieutenant Governor of Montana District 2. On February 23, the Western Montana College Circle K Club celebrated its first birthday. The club was founded in 1968 during Western's 75th. Anniversary. Circle K is an honorary service club designed to provide college men an opportunity to serve their campus, their community, and others. Circle K strives to develop leadership and concern for humanity in members. We Build" is the official motto of the organization. Circle K’s goal is to determine tomorrow today by increasing involvement and activity in the world situation. Circle K is sponsored by the Dillon Kiwanis Club. Contact between members of Circle K and the men of the Dillon Kiwanis Club helps to bring WMC and the community together. Circle K helps give Western a good image in Dillon. (Above Left) Mr. Anderson receives a plaque from the club in recognition of his dedicated services. (Bottom left) Mr. Anderson proudly cuts Circle K's first birthday cake. 49Judiciary Board The Judiciary Board's responsibility as a representative body of girls in the Women's Residence Hall is to make and enforce rules. Left to right: Ruby Huseby, Secretary; Susan Hammond, President; Mrs. Carmody, Advisor; and Sharon Stetler, Vice President. 50 Floor: Judy Dodd, Kay Wilson,- First row: Ann Williams, Susan Hammond, Mrs. Carmody, Ruby Huseby, Sharon Stetler, Micki Bates; Bock row: Judy Ginsberg, Diane Giop, Janice Ek, Linda McGhee, Teryl Renolds, Betty Jo Dellwo, Louann lorson, and Michele Wright.College-Businessmen Banquet The second annual college-businessmen banquet featured the town's business community as guests of the college faculty. A total of 166 persons attended the event. Dr. James Short welcomed the guests. Afterward, Don Crosser, president of the WMC Booster Club, outlined the valuable scholarship aid made possible through contributions of both the businessmen and the college staff. 51Freshman Orientation The welcoming committee of upperclassmen were on hand to help as incoming Freshmen, confused with procedures, sought aid. The Freshmen were given the necessary information and their traditional beanies. Later the Freshmen were introduced to one of the fundamental aspects of college life, standing in line. The registration line provided them an opportunity to determine the direction their college careers would follow during the next four years.The Sophomores and Freshmen met on the football field as the traditional Freshman Orientation Week came to an end. Before the pushball contest could put the finishing touches to the week, the Freshmen were insulted by having shaving cream and raw eggs spread over their heads and tobacco forced down their throats. The Freshmen gave their best in the pushball contest to prove they were better than the Sophomores, but the Sophomores displayed superior strength and won. 53Homecoming Western's campus became the setting for the "Gay Nineties" during the Homecoming festivities. All organizations contributed to the atmosphere of this theme during the parade and other events. The coronation was the highlight of the weekend. Miss Jolene McLean was chosen Homecoming Queen and reigned over all of the events. Miss Jan Quilling was chosen as first runner-up. 54left to right: Sheila McMahon, Jolene McLean, Jan Quilling, Susan Hammond, Marcia Lots, Joann Husky, tin McGovern, Ruby Huseby. Eight lovely queen candidates were escorted by the Intercollegiate Knights. J. D. Lynch served as emcee for the evening and had the pleasure of introducing Western's 1967 Homecoming Queen, Miss Evelyn Taber. Miss Taber presided over the crowning of the 1968 Home-coming Queen. Miss Pat Strobbe, chairman of Homecoming, was presented with a dozen red roses from the student body, and a talent show was presented for the entertainment of the audience. Left to right: Jan Quilling, first runner-up,• Jolene McLean, reigning queen; Evelyn Taber, retiring queen. i The Homecoming Parade, led by the Rodeo Club, was a great success. Many floats were entered in the parade, and the Art Club won the prize for the best float. The Homecoming Queen and her court were also featured during this event. 56Homecoming brought many guests to Western's campus. Many friends and relatives of the students and faculty were present. School spirit was exceedingly high during this weekend, and everyone attended the game to witness the Western Montana College Bulldogs' defeat of the Carroll College Saints by a score of 28 to 7. 5758Freshman Stunt Night The freshman class astounded an upperclassman audience with a program ranging from hilarious songs and skits to more serious instrumental numbers. During intermission competition was held for “The Best Dressed Co-ed.” Master of Ceremonies for the evening was Freshman Class President, Rus Haff-ner. The entire program was a much welcomed and enjoyable break from the ever-present routine of studying. 59Christmas Formal The sophomore class presented "Toyland” as the theme for the Christmas Formal. Dale Sprout and Carol Maloney were chosen to reign as king and queen. From left to right: Senior class candidates, louann Larson and Paul Stahl; Junior class candidates, Susan Hammond and Wayne Stanford; Sophomore class candidates, Carol Maloney and Dale Sprout; and Freshman class candidates, Kathy Cornish ond Ty Cotton. 60 b Queen—Carol Maloney King-Dale SproutFaculty Christmas Dinner The annual Faculty Christmas Dinner began in the traditional fashion, with everyone gathering in the parlor of the Women’s Residence Hall for h o r $-d'oeuvres and cocktails. Later everyone filed into the cafeteria for the special dinner, catered by Saga Foods. The yuletide spirit was quite evident as the group exchanged gifts. 62Drum Corp Talent Show The Western Montana College Drum Corps again sponsored their annual talent show. The show, which was under the direction of Patty Emmett, was well received by Western’s students. The show emphasized jazz music. 63N3SNVH 3H39VNNV V9 P3-°D passajQ J.s8gContestant : Mary Kay Pipinich. Terri Hulet, Linda Krammer. Cyrene Buxton. AnnabeUe Hansen. Marsha Lots. Suz.e Hammond. Kathy Overcast, Jolene McLean, Not pictured: Honey Rae Lokken. Vying for Western’s Foil Quarter “Best Dressed Co-ed” contest were nine of our campus beauties. The contest is judged on campus and dress apparel modeled by the girls. This year’s winner, AnnabeUe Hansen, was crowned during the Freshman Stunt Night activities by last year’s winner, Marsha lots. Russ Haffner was Master of Ceremonies for the event. Crowning the winner, Annabelle Hansen, ond first runner up, Cyrene Buxton, is Russ Haffner, Master of Ceremonies.Go Western Darn, Stood up again Western's flower child Smart Pills, anyone? Patty Poston, tightest pants; Henry Hanson, best beard John Molendyke, best dressed cowboy; Linda Sipes, best dressed cowgirl. 66 Drofty, ol‘ chap? Go Western was a rollicking success. Western beat the Eastern Yellowjackets by a score of 92 to 66. Holding up his part of a previously made bet. Western's own J. D. Lynch claimed the pants of Eastern's president. During the day an establishment was located in the back of the school for the purpose of selling smart pills to some of the intellectually deprived students of W.M.C. A contest was held to honor those students who dressed especially for the occasion. All in all. Go Western was a good time for everyone concerned. The crowd went wild on Go Western Day 67Student Wives' Carnival I3 il The bean-bag toss was a real success. Hey, Wilson, it won’t bite! 68 J. D. Lynch and Coach Marinkovich Looks as if John has won a prizeFred Bachus is giving his best auctioneering spiel. Charlie Frey is puffing on a good show for the crowd. The Student Wives held their annual carnival in the SUB on February 21, 1969. Many of the different clubs on campus participated, and everyone had a good time. Could this be the typical carnival sharpie at work? A couple of very sharp salesmen at work. A real fisherman is hard at work here.KZN Formal 70 King—Steve Quilling Queen—Linda McGhee"Jade East" was the theme of this year's KZN Formal. The decorations were done with a Far Eastern accent, which added to the gay atmosphere of the dance. Steven Quilling was crowned King, and Linda McGhee was crowned Queen. The ceremony, presided over by Patty Poston, topped off a pleasant evening provided by KZN. 71M-Day M-Day, which is held annually during Spring Quarter, is traditionally the time for cleaning the campus. After the whole student body and faculty pitch-in to clean the grounds, the day's festivities begin. The day starts with a rather rude awakening to the sound of fire crackers and blanks at 6 a.m.After breakfast the students wander off to find which area they are to help clean. The fun, which starts as soon as raking stops, includes the M-Club's auction of its newest members, who just finished white-washing the “M.” Saga Foods has a picnic, which is followed by fun and games for all. Other activities include boating at the lake and the annual IK turtle derby. The day closes with a dance. 73Dedication of Physical Education Complex Featured speaker Professor Mabel Locke Introduction of Vicki Lusk, "Miss Western," by Dr. James E. Short. Valentine's day brought the dedication of West- Edward w. Nelson ern's new Physical Education Complex; a 2000-seat, 87-room structure. Western's President, Dr. James E. Short, directed the dedication of the complex; terming the new $960,000 structure "A significant land mark in Western Montana College's 76-year history." Among the many distinguished guests and participants at this event were the featured speaker. Professor Mabel Locke, Chairman of the Women's P.E. department at the University of Idaho, and Edward W. Nelson, Executive Secretary of the Montana University System. The dedication was highlighted by several demonstrations and clinics during the two-day program. Some of these activities included karate-judo, gymnastics, wrestling and ballet. 74 Karate demonstrationKarate demonstration 75Mardi 76 King—Jim Mclssac Queen—Beth FlanaganGras Newman's Mardi Gras portrayed the spirit of New Orleans with the use of streamers, balloons, masks and confetti.Graduation 1968 Climaxing four years of college study and college fun, graduation is an event that all graduates remember for years. Graduation is a time of joy and a time of sorrow. Joy comes from the completed work and the goals achieved, but sorrow comes from the knowledge that one may never see some of his classmates again. Songs and speeches are followed by the long awaited moment when Dr. James Short, the president, hands out the degrees. Outside, after the ceremony, the traditional College Sing concludes the festivities of graduation. 78Around Campus Student Union Building The Student Union Building The Student Union Building, on most campuses, is the hub of after-class activity. So it is at Western. The SUB is the place where a student can meet his friends over a cup of coffee. The SUB also offers an atmosphere of relaxation and an opportunity to vent his frustrations, ideas and opinions in the SUB Sound-Off's sponsored by the IK's. The weekly dances, held in The SUB, give the "uptight" student a chance to "blow his mind" and have a good time in the process. (Above) The end of a hard day or the beginning. (Below) Steve wants his doughnut. (Below Left) Nancy and Ed check the day's proceeds. (Below Right) A student browses through the Bookstore. 8081After a student has paid his usual morning visit to the SUB for that all important cup of coffee, he returns to the heart of Western's campus —the AD Building. This magnificent stone edifice provides the cultural and intellectual environment needed for academic proficiency,. Administration offices, classrooms, laboratories, and the library are housed in this complex. (Upper right) A scientific experiment in progress. (Right) Mr. Humphry works at his desk. (8e(ow) Scientists at work, (lower left and right) Serious-minded students prepare project for the day. 82(Upper right) If the truth were only known . . . (Upper left) Studying for Music Heritage? (Above left) Where if happens. (Above right) IA student displays skill in cabinet work. (Below) The board, not the fingers, Jerry. 83Men's Residence Halls The results of o tough day. The lives of a great segment of the campus population revolve about those structures known as the men's residence halls. In the minds of their inhabitants the dorms are more than merely living quarters—they are in essence an entirely new way of community life different from anything that the residents have experienced before. The raucous wail of fire alarms, the gentle clatter of poker chips at three in the morning, the dull thunder of exploding firecrackers reverberating through the halls—these sounds are part of dormitory life. Dorm life is much more than fun and games, however. Long hours of toil and study take up a substantial portion of everyday dorm life. Then, too, the dormitories provide opportunities for students to meet other people, to learn to understand them, and to learn to get along with them. Truly, dormitory life is an invaluable experience no college student should be without. Ping pong is a popular sport in the dorms. Looks like Larry is doing a little studying. A little relaxation is in the order of the day. 84 A frequently visited spot. You tell them, Bob. Whot's with the pictures, Steve? Who said students lead a dog’s life? 85 Studying again, Rick? On the phone again, Tom?Women's Resi The Women's Residence Hall is home to approximately 200 girls. Here they entertain friends, meet their dates, study for the following day's classes, work, play, and just goof off. The places most often visited are the main lobby and the recreation room, where couples can watch television or sit in the dark! The girls' television room, where the girls can relax and let down their hair, is also a very popular spot. Western Montana College 86 Popcorn All Gone? Oh. what I d give for a finger chartldence Hal What will tomorrow bring? Where the action is! I made it! 87 Look at my new ski outfit. Anybody home?Married Dorms Sixteen families occupy the married dorms, which are located at 610 East Cornell Street in Dillon. In this building the wives go about their daily chores, which consist of cleaning house, cooking, doing the laundry, and watching the children, while their husbands attend school. Many of the wives also work outside of their homes or join their husbands as students at Western. On weekends many of the couples load up their cars and set off to visit their nearby friends and relatives. The weekend is not a total loss for those who stay behind, however, for these students can generally pass the time playing cards, watching television, or otherwise enjoying themselves. When the weather permits, one generally finds the area surrounding the married dorms to be a virtual hive of activity, with the men playing catch on the front lawn, the women in the backyard hanging up clothes, and the children riding their tricycles up and down the ramps. Life in the married dorms is truly an interesting and educational experience and most of the married students believe it to be the ‘■greatest." 88 Neil's relaxing. Loren and Nancy studying. Fred is baby sitting. Mary rests awhile.Our bookstore manager also cooks. Linda Osier is working again. Mrs. Seybert and her assistant are doing the dishes. Diapers! Diapers! 89 Tim and company. Ed's pastime. Sports 91Footbal First row: Jack Filcher, def. half; Tom Hoover, def. half; Terry Vanderpon, wingback; Rick Reeder, line backer; John Lookabill, wingback; Don Stroop, offensive tockle; Pete Waylett, quarterback; Hiram Williams, def. half; Fred Ferris, wingback; Jim Lodge, def. half. Second row: Claude Auch, fullback; Bill Posivio, middle guard; Dale Sprout, def. half; Gene Paul, fullback; Ron Fuhrman, def. half; Gary Kuenzel. tailback; Russ Haffner, def, end; Chuck Lucero, def. half; Rod Farley, line-backor; Fred Hall, guard; Jim Todd, middle guard; Wayne McEwen, fullback. Third row: Steve Poole, tailback; Hannes Boundy, def. half; Bob Hanson, def. end; Dave Deorcorn, def. tackle; Lynn Sfoneloke, kicker; Bob Crawford, line-backer,- LaVaar Ziegler, guard; Don Prinkki, guard; Steve Quilling, def. tackle,- Dan Wooley, center; Dave Kieckbusch, guard; Jim Thatcher, wingback; Jerry Orr, def. tackle; Bob Bennet, def. half. Fourth row: Dennis Day, def. end; Jim Wonnacott. def. tackle; Jim Harding, offensive tackle,- Dave Nielson, offensive end; Dennis Renning. offensive end; Barry Darrow offensive tackle.- Earl Doeqe. def. end; Bill Donahue, linebacker; Dan Goyotto. center; Jim K.ng def. tackle; Harry Egan, center. Fifth row: Head Coach, Georqe Marinkovich; Assistant Coaches: Casoy Koltz, Larry Johnson, Leon Hartvigson. 92The 1968 football season was a rebuilding year for WMC’s Bulldogs. Things were not as bad as they seemed, however, for despite the loss of many of last year's lettermen, the Bulldogs succeeded in capturing third place in Frontier Conference action. The season began with a loss to the Dogs long-time rival—the Ricks College Vikings. The Dogs led at half time against Ricks by a score of 3-0, but in the second half they fell victim to the Viking passing and were defeated 18-3. After the Ricks contest, cancelled games kept the Dogs idle for three straight weeks. The layoff left the Dogs sadly lacking in experience when they journeyed to play Northern for their next game. Lack of experience made the difference in the encounter, and the Dogs suffered a loss to Northern for the first time in league history. The final score was 26-3. [Upper left) Hey Pete, you've got company! Claude Auch scores for Western, (below) 93The next three games saw the Dogs returning to the victory trail: first whipping Tech. 20 14, then powering over Rocky 34 0, and finally smashing Carrol 28-7 for a homecoming victory. As the final game of the season against league rival Eastern approached, tension at WMC mounted. A victory for the Dogs against Eastern would have meant a three-way tie for first place with Western Eastern, and Northern sharing conference honors. Fate, however, decided that this just was not to be. A hardfought first half ended with a score of 13-9 in favor of Eastern. Then Eastern, aided by the strong passing arm of Paul Champlin, began to walk away with the game. The final results of the game saw Eastern with 40 points and Western with 16. With a league record of 3-2 the Bulldogs finished third in conference action and compiled an overall record of 3 wins and 3 losses for the season. Leading rusher for the Dogs for the second straight year was senior tailback Steve Poole with a total of 452 yards and a 4.9 yard average per carry. Steve also led on scoring with 36 points on 6 touchdowns. Next highest scorer was kicker Lynn Stonelake who scored 20 points with the aid of his toe. The defense was a mark of excellence with opponents averaging only 69.4 yards rushing per game. (top of poge) Western's defense closes in. (above to the loft) Coach Marinkovich dreaming of victory. 9495STEVE POOLE Toil Back BOB CRAWFORD Line Backer All Conference Players DAVE DEARCORN Defensive Guard BILL POSIVIO Middle GuardWe're Number I! mm1968-69 Bulldogs: Gary Jacobson, John Harold, Charlie Hall, Louie Hull, George Nolan, Mike Mcrz, Clay Robinson, Sid Hudson, Gory Warbank, Louie Allen, and Bill Grubich. Something old and something new—that wqs the formula for Western's Bulldogs as they combined several veteran hardcourt performers, some new transfers, and a new head coach to roll to the 1969 Frontier Conference Championship with a respectable 9-1 conference record. This win initiated Western's new Physical Education Complex. Clashes with powerful non-conference foes gave the Bulldog basketball machine valuable experience. The Bulldogs had a 19-9 record for the entire season. The squad this season was centered around stellar returnees, Gary Warhank, Clay Robinson, and Gary Jacobson. They topped statistics again this year. (Right) Coach Casey Keltz discusses his strategy with his '67-‘68 All-Conference players. Clay Robinson and Gary Warhank. 98Warhank, regarded as one of the state's finest all-around performers, led in scoring with a 17.5 average. Gary was on last year's Frontier All-Conference first team, and should be a contender for honors this year. Another who should be a returnee to the dream team is 6'7" Clay Robinson. Named last year as an honorable mention All-American, the big man also enjoyed a fine season this year, leading rebounding with 12 grabs per tilt. Clay hit at a 16.1 clip and hit 48.6% from the field. Gary Jacobson, a 6'2" junior, really came on strong this year to lead in field goal and free throw percentages. His field goal mark was 48.8, and his league-leading free throw percentage was a phenomenal 88.7. Jake averaged 17.4 points per game. {left) A Rocky opponent can't keep determined Gary War-hand from adding two for WMC. (Above) Lou Allen (40) soars high for a rebound against Montana Tech. 99Lou Allen, a senior transfer student from the University of Montana, this year took over as floor leader for the Bulldogs. His cool play-making helped spark the team throughout the season. Charlie Hall, 6 3" freshman I e a p e r, showed tremendous potential in all categories, but was especially outstanding as a rebounder and passer. Sophomore Bill Grubich, who alternated between a starting and a sixth man role, scored with deadly accuracy and led many a Bulldog rally. Big George Nolan, Louie Hall, John Harold, Steve Valentine, and Sid Hudson kept the first six psyched up during the season. They kept the pressure on and made the starters work hard all year. Western had plenty of skill on their bench as well as on the floor. Spirited group effort made the Bulldogs the most powerful team in the conference. (Left) Gary Jacobson stretches up to loft in another basket for the Bulldogs. (Below) Coach Keltz gives his boys some advice during a time out. (Below right) Players anxiously wait for a possible rebound from a foul shot. 100The brain behind the smooth-working Bulldog team was first year Head Coach Casey Keltz. As a high school mentor, Keltz coached Broadwater County High School to state titles in football, basketball, and track. In his brief four year stay at Western he has directed Bulldog teams to two conference crowns. In 1967 he led the football team to the number one spot. This year he headed the basketball team to the victory circle. His winning tradition proves he can match strategy with any of the state's veteran coaches (Above left) Charlie Hall gets a basket and a little revenge at the same time. (Above) Warhank sinks another foul shot, (left) Louie Allen hooks a pass over Rocky defenders. 101Western posted the best defensive average in the Frontier Conference, holding opponents to 77.9 points per game. The team also had the highest field goal percentage, a fine 46.2%. Only Rocky Mountain defeated the Bulldogs in conference play. The Bulldogs avenged their loss by trouncing Rocky 91 to 73 in Dillon. Go Western day saw one of the team's most pleasant victories as the Big Red humiliated Eastern 92 to 66 before a capacity crowd of happy fans. Western opened action in their new gymnasium with a conference title and can look to the future with optimism. Western's roundball teams will continue to be a major threat in the Frontier Conference and will strive to add more golden trophies to their new showcase. (Right) Bill Grubich finds the going a little tough under Rocky's basket. IBelow) Big Clay Robinson executes his towering hook shot that astounded opponents all year. (Below right) Charlie Hall soars above everyone when he shoots. 102{Above left) "Jake'' cuts loose for two more. (Above) ’ Hawk" taps in a basket against Whitman. (Left) John Harold drives by defender for two. SEASON RECORD 19-9 Western 82........................Carroll 76 Western 85........................Carroll 77 Western 92........................Lewis Clark 66 Western 70........................Lewis Clark 67 Western 77........................Whitworth 84 Western 85...........................Westminster 101 Western 101........................Westminster 113 Western 73........................Eastern Washington 97 Western 93........................Whitworth 76 Western 76........................Whitman 71 Western 89........................Whitman 82 Western 77........................Coll, of Great Falls 88 Western 94........................Carroll 93 Western 66........................Boise 79 Western 76........................Boise 70 Western 72........................Coll, of Great Falls 78 Western 80........................Northern 75 Western 89........................Montana Tech 63 Western 95........................Carroll 83 Western 77........................Eastern Montana 74 Western 68........................Rocky Mountain 75 Western 89........................Coll, of Great Falls 71 Western 115........................Carroll 91 Western 92........................Eastern Montana 66 Western 87........................Northern 79 Western 68........................Montana Tech 42 Western 91........................Rocky Mountain 73 Western 105........................Westminster 110 103Freshman Basketbal Back Row: Low Allen, Dove DeBoer. George Mojsman, Nick Thiesen, Mike Men, Coach Lorry Johnson. Front Row: Ty Cotton, Brian Fogerty, Jerry Pitts. Western's Freshman Team started the 1968-69 season off, with a non-conference tilt against Ricks College. Unfortunately, the Junior Bulldogs wound up on the short-end of a 42-101 score; but on a return match the Frosh took their revenge on Rick's squad by defeating them 71-59. Although, the Frosh didn't have quite the season 'Big Red'' had, they managed to come up with a 5-8 record for the season. As a result of the fine coaching of Larry Johnson, Western has a great future to look forward to. Among the stars of the future two names stand out. These two players are Dave DeBoer, who ended the season with 193 points, and Mike Merz, who finished the season with 162 points. All in all, the freshmen did well and should be congratulated on a job well done. 104 Mike Merz gets the tip to open the gome.(Top left) George Massmen wins tip-off against Carroll. (Top right) George has difficulty getting off a shot as Ty looks on. (Middle-left) Ty battles for rebound under his own basket. (Middle-center) Nick puts oway an easy one for two. (Middle-right) John Harold jumps aside to avoid a check. (Bottom-left) Dave DeBoer shoots for two over the outstretched hand of a Carroll defender. 105WMC s cheerleaders are one of the most colorful attractions at the basketball games. These pretty, vivacious girls are the hub of the enthusiasm for Big Red. Their zest in leading the cheering is an inspiration for both the teams and the student body and helps spur the teams on to victory. The precision which they display in leading the cheers is not attained by accident as many hours of hard practice are required to achieve this perfection. Miss Vicki Lusk, who exemplifies this spirit and hard work, this year ranked among the top 25 cheerleaders of the nation — an achievement of which the student body is very proud. (Right) From bottom to top: Pat Froehlich, Terri Hulet, Vicky Lusk, Betty Connole, Honey Rae Lokken. (Bottom) Vicky Lusk. 106(Left to right) Pat Froehlich, Sue Boyd, Honey Rae lokken, Vicky Lusk, Terri Hulef. 107Track (Front Row) Bob Pemberton, Ron lowney, Tony Coller, Don Youngquist. Dave Elmore, Gory Bennett, John Eaton, Woyne McEwen, Courtney Taylor. (Back Row) Coach George Marinkovich, Dale Hunt, Hannes Boundy, Pete Waylett, Tom Hoover, Don YoungquiJt, Bill Grubich, Gary Jacobton, John Stratton, Jock Lane, Earl Doege, John Fred. Western’s Thinclads put forth a tremendous effort during the 1968 season, but, despite their efforts, they were forced to relinquish the Frontier Conference championship to their rivals, the Eastern team. At the annual conference championship meet, which was held in Billings, several of Western's athletes turned in superb performances. Sparking Western with their efforts were Courtney Taylor, who placed first in the javelin, and Jack Lane, who placed first in the high jump. Other team members who distinguished themselves at the meet were Carl Henderson, who placed second in the javelin, and Wayne McEwen, who placed second in the shot. As a result of their fine performances during the season, two of Western's athletes, Courtney Taylor and Wayne McEwen, became eligible to represent Western at the N.A.I.A. Nationals in New Mexico, where Taylor placed fifth in the javelin and McEwen took sixth in the shot. Several school records were broken during the season. Bob Pemberton ran the half mile in 2:02, Wayne McEwen threw the shot 53'8", and Courtney Taylor heaved the javelin 221’4". 108(Top left and above) McEwen and Taylor show forms that won them N.A.I.A. ratings last year. (Left) Bennett puts his back into discus. (Below) They're off and running at the start of the 100 yd. dash. 109(Above) Western broad jumpers show wears: left to right. Tom Hoover. Jack Lane, and Dave Elmore. (Middle) Tom Hoover receives reword and congratulations for victory. (Bottom) Don Youngquist (second right) and Louie Hull (third left) are off in quest of a victory in the 440. no(Above) Tony Coder disploys his winning form, and to the right he exhibits his rewords for his hard work. (Middle) The mile relay team readies itself for the gruelling race ahead. (Bottom) Western's trio of high jumpers put on exhibition of styles that won them several firsts during the year. IllCross - Country Pictured left to right: Dole Hunt, John Stratton. Hank Real Bird, Bob Pemberton, and coach Clyde Carpino. Not pictured: Jon Yeager and Coke Roberts. For the second consecutive year Western entered a team in the newly formed Frontier Conference sport of cross-country. Five veterans from 1967 and one freshman made up the 1968 harrier team. This year the "over hill and dale" steppers participated in three inter-collegiate meets. The season opened with a home dual meet with Rocky Mountain College which ended in a 28 to 28 deadlock. The next weekend saw the Dogs hustling, but ending up in last place in an invitational meet in Billings. The third meet was the all-important Frontier Conference Championship contest. Western finished third behind Eastern and Rocky Mountain. Jon Yeager was star performer in the 1968 effort. 112 (Top left) John Stratton picks up the pace near the finish line. (Right) Bob Pemberton comes into the last turn.Rodeo Being in the heart of cowboy country, it seems proper WMC should have a club to promote the activities and life of the West and rodeo arena. This is the function of Rodeo Club. The club has existed on campus since the mid-fifties. Rodeo Club's major activity last year was to sponsor an intra-school rodeo for the benefit of all of Western's student body and faculty members who wished to try their skill in the arena. All major events were offered. Some more humorous ones were run for those not inclined to enter the more strenuous events. In most cases the stock proved to be more capable than the riders. Barring a few bruised arms and legs, everyone came out none the worse for wear, and everyone seemed to have a good time. (Above) Rodeo participants start off tho annual spring rodeo with the traditional grand entry. (Left) Mike Campbell gets a wild ride on Bloody Dick. 113Since its founding Rodeo Club has sent a team, including six boys and three girls, to all National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association approved rodeos in the Big Sky Region. The Big Sky region consists of Montana Washington, northern Idaho, and northern Oregon. Western's rodeo season begins in April of each year, but recently it has included several fall rodeos. Last year's team members walked away with several firsts and numerous other placings. Sparking the team were Hank Real Bird, Mike Campbell, Pierce Rouse, Donna Smith, and Mary Agnes Carragher. Our rodeo team this year will be relying greatly on these experienced hands along with some promising young freshmen. (Right) A big bull feeds Bob Otheim a little bull. (Below) Robin Petty John takes a real header in the bareback event. 1 14 . 4 115(Top left) Terry Fosbery ond a real bucker part company. (Top right) Big Al Weasa tries hard to get ahead with a head. (Above) Benny Ryan takes dead aim on another little beefer. (Right) Terry Duffey fakes a long rein and a short seat on another bronc. 116Frontier Conference Co-Champions Back row: Coach Bob Jesse, Jim Abbas, Terry Schultz, Bob Fournier, Richard Marabollo, Bill Martin, Stevo Valentine, Dave James, Nick Tomaskio, Phil Audet, Jim Wackor. Front row: Bob Thomas, Dave Dayton, Jim Lodge, Mike Griffin, captain, Jim lots, Don Campbell, Karl Matson, Bob McChcsney, Rod Luck, (Benjio Winburn, not pictured). Coach Bob Jesse's 1968 Bulldog baseball team finished the season with an overall 11-6 record, which was good enough to earn them co-championship honors with the Eastern Yel-lowjackets. This marked the second title in a row for the Bulldogs. The young, but talented, squad started the season out by splitting with the University of Montana. Four non-conference matches with Ricks College followed, with Western winning a pair to bring their pre-conference record to 3-3. The tough Yellowjackets from Eastern were next to face the Bulldogs. Again, the teams split a doubleheader, leaving Western with a 4-4 record. From that point, the Bulldogs went undefeated, taking two wins each from Montana Tech, Carroll, and Rocky, and losing the latter half of a doubleheader to Northern. This game proved to be the one which would have put the Dogs in sole possession of the conference crown. 117 McChesney beads for home.With Eastern and Western tied after the regular season, a one-game play-off was decided upon to see who would represent Region 3 in the NAIA regional play-offs. Eastern won the heartbreaker 10-3, to dampen Western's hopes for winning its second straight regional berth. Freshman third sacker Bengie Winburn led the team in hitting with a fine .369 average. Steady Jim Lodge finished second in the batting race. Senior catcher Mike Griffin had another fine year, finishing third in batting and first in stolen bases. Mike was chosen most valuable player by his teammates for the second consecutive season. Sophomores Don Campbell and Bob Thomas again handled the bulk of the pitching chores. Campbell, who finished the season eighth in the nation in earned run average, posted a 7-1 record, while Thomas finished with 5-3. (Top right) McChesncy and Lodge await their turn at bat. (Middle left) Lodge drives for first. (Middle right) Dogs enjoy a rest. (Bottom left) Let s get them. Bulldogs. (Bottom right) Lodge follows pop fly. 118(Top) McChesney puts wood to boll for another hit. (Left) Bro digs for third. (Below) Matson stretches for the put out. SEASON'S RECORD 11-6 WESTERN 3.............RICKS COLLEGE 11 WESTERN 8.............RICKS COLLEGE 4 WESTERN 2.............MONTANA STATE 1 WESTERN 3.............MONTANA STATE 9 WESTERN 0.............RICKS COLLEGE 7 WESTERN 9.............RICKS COLLEGE 8 WESTERN 8.............CARROLL COLLEGE 0 WESTERN 3.............CARROLL COLLEGE 0 WESTERN 8.............MONTANA TECH 1 WESTERN 7.............ROCKY MT. COLLEGE 3 WESTERN 5.............ROCKY MT. COLLEGE 1 WESTERN 9.............MONTANA TECH 2 WESTERN 2.............EASTERN MONTANA 0 WESTERN 1.............EASTERN MONTANA 9 WESTERN 4.............NORTHERN MONTANA 1 WESTERN 1.............NORTHERN MONTANA 5 REGIONAL PLAYOFF WESTERN 3.............EASTERN MONTANA 10 119Intramurals One of the more important functions in any institution is its intramural program. At Western this job rests on the shoulders of a trio of very capable people — Miss Boyd, Miss Wallace and Mr. Carpino. Each spends many hours organizing and running a very efficient program, which helps keep the students at Western active after hours spent in the classroom. The program is varied enough to suit everyone's taste, and the new P.E. Complex has added greatly to the enjoyment of students. {Right) Clyde is seen in familiar surroundings. (Middle left) Carl gets work-out on Hercules. {Middle right) Coach Morinkovich delivers-his kill shot. (Bottom-left) Paul puts in another long day s work. (Bottom center) Mike shows his golf trophy. (Bottom right) Stagnoli bats ball back to wall. Baseball Billiards . Football Golf .... Track . .. Volleyball WINNERS ............Third Clark ...........Dave Elmore ........Grateful Dead ..........Mike Sullivan .............Off-Campus ................Ungowas 120Volleyball (Top left) Winner of first place, Un-gowa's. (Above) Barney set ball up to front row. (Left) Winners of second place. Married Men. (Bottom—left) Boundy drives ball with over-hand serve. (Bottom—right) Third place winners, DieBerei. 121Softbal [Top left] Gary reaches first in a cloud of dust. (Top right) Come on, ball, get over here. (Middle) Jack leans into a swing. (Bottom left) Grif displays winning style. (Bottom right) Bill makes the long stretch for the out. 122Softbal 123Women's Intra-Murals (Above) Linda steps into pitch, while Helen readies herself for the ball. (Above middle) Help, somebodyl (Above right) Micky races home with vital run. (Below) Helen cheers on teammates. (8elow right) Miss Wallace shows the girls how to do it. (Bottom) Girls during dance class display forms of modorn dance. 124Women's Intra-Murals (Above) Come on, boll, get over here! (Left middle) Hit it, it’s still alive. (Below left) Jan pulls in rebound. (Below right) All right, what's going on over here? (Right middle) Where's the ball?Basketball (Above right) Hoover leaps for rebound. (Above) Zimmer puts the clomps on Outcasts player. (Middle left) Phi) readies himself for a jumper. (Middle right) Purcell lays up an easy one. (Bottom) Boundy hooks for two. (Bottom right) Shadoan shoots one from the charity lineFootbal (Above) Winners of first place. The Grateful Dead. (Middle left) The All-Stars pose before taking on the Grateful Dead. (Middle right) Bill Lester, the most valuable player of the league. (Bottom—left) Tho All-Stars sweep right. (Bottom right) Campbell readies himself to pass. 127(Above right) Fruggers await pass from out of bounds. (Above) Matty goes up for jumper. (Middle center) French hooks up a shot. (Middle right) Hilton puts a stop to McEwen's jumper. (Below) Poole eyes rebound. (Bottom right) Renning tips the ball up towards the rim. Fun Day (Top) Dennis is in the leadr Jack is close behind. Jack and Cathy wasted more beer than they drank in chug-a-lug contest. (Middle) Look out; don’t let the egg hit you. (Bottom) Looks as if the girls are doing more posing than tugging. Fun day followed the Western Invitational Track Meet, which Western won. The teams were boy-and-girl teams, limited to 16 per team. Third Clark won. 129Fun Day (Top) Looks more like free-for-all than a push-ball contest. (Middle) The girls seem to do just os well as the boys. (Bottom) Hawk and Mike wait for the gun. Harry and Gary are deciding the plan. Pat and Pattie are leading the race. Fun day consisted of chariot races, piggy-back races, egg-throwing, pushball, chug-a-lug, and tug-of-war contests. 130• u The StudentMasters' Degrees Lara Smith Dillon Graduate Students134 JIM SEIDENSTICKER Vice-President PAT HAUGEN Secretary-Treasurer HAROLD TUSSLER PresidentJohn Allen Butte Joyce Anderson Fairfield Barbara Angove Butte Janey Annala Great Falls Cheri Antoine Poison Shirley Atcheson Whitehall Robert Barnes Ben Barone Robert Bennett Dillon Anaconda Livingston 135Emily Hall Bogut Dillon Virginia Bozdog Helena Jim Brown Sheridan Roger Brown Lewistown Darlene Caldwell Missoula Patricia Carroll Lewistown Patricia Bradway Park City Harry Buckingham Townsend Richard Carlson Butte 136Robert Cosagrande Walkerville Nell Chaney Helena Chris Ch'ristensen Twin Bridges Berdina Clark Harlowton Sharon Clawson Missoula Anthony Coller Stevensville Sandra Conklin Kalispell Deon Corkins Dillon Cathie Cox Cascade 137Felicity Dagnall Townsend Irene Dagnall Townsend Clarene Denevi Harlowton Doris Devereaux Deer Lodge Anke Dhane Wisdom Mildred Dirkin Butte 138 Blanche Dodgson Deer Lodge Jeanne Doney Boulder Colleen Dougherty DillonAlyce Duncan Butte Carol Enger Helena Jessie Engquist Salmon, Idaho Emily Mae Evans Butte Mary Etzold Libby Linda Fairweather Anaconda Connie Flechsenhar Cascade Barbara Foster Townsend Christian Frank Livermore, Calif. 139Arthur Fyant Arlee Darrel Goodman Harlowton Robert Haab Clancy Harry Hall Stevensville Helen Hall Thomas Hamaker Stevensville Alder DeAnne Harbaugh Hamilton Leon Hartvigson Baker, Idaho Patricia Haugen Anaconda 140Larry Heaphy Anaconda Carl Henderson Dillon Ida Mae Herim White Sulphur Springs Randolph Herrmann Red Lodge Jimmie Howard Philipsburg Francis May Hyatt Wisdom Kerel Henderson Dillon Arlene Hohisel Dillon Laura Ineson Carperteno, Calif. 141Martha Jeffery Idaho Falls, Idaho Holliday Johnson Dillon James Johnson Charlo Lynn Karr Dillon Philip Johnson Dutton Diane Johnston Scobey Frank Keen Richmond, Ind. Patricia Kend Fairfield John Kieckbusch Lima 142David Klepich Red Lodge Allen Kohler Butte Katherine Lakner Butte Louann Larson Kalispell Robert Liva Walkerville Jim Lodge Dillon Marcia Lots Townsend Francis Lov Pony Ron Lowney Butte 143Lin McGovern Dillon Jim Mclssaoc Anaconda Margaret Mabes Fairfield James McCrossin Hamilton Kay McMahon Anaconda Nick Malkovich Butte Olive Lundvall Ashland Aeleen McComb Valier Jerene Lucas Germantown, Wis. 144Rose McNellis Helena Robert Meredith Butte Esther Messner St. Ignatius Tom Mitchell Hamilton Joan Miller Helena Nancy Miller Philipsburg Chester Monson Deer Lodge Karen Mooney Dillon Christina Mori Deer Lodge 145Betty Natzke Thorp, Wis. Robert Nau Kcilispell Tom Nau Kalispell Neil Nelson Stevensville Helen Ness Glendive Dan Neuman Dillon Blanche Nichols Dillon Ron Nierstheimer Columbus June Oliver Thompson Falls 146Edward Osborn Dillon Grace Osborn Alder Judi Osborn Dillon Janie Peterson Dillon Tim Pilgrim Dillon Harry Piper Anaconda 147Mary Kay Pipinich Anaconda Steve Poole Lima Ron Riley Polaris 148 Patricia Rosenleaf Anaconda Oliver Rock Kellogg, Idaho Robert Sager Anaconda William Richards Butte Carl Rosenleaf Anaconda Arlyne St. Onge ButteLoren Sasser Dillon Randy Scott Dillon James Seidensticker Dillon Danny Shadoan Dillon CHeri Smith Anaconda Hilma Smith Butte John Spurzem Helena Paul Stahl Dillon Patricia Strobbe 3ridger 149Jerry Sullivan Butte William Thompson Judy Tommerup Ennis Westby Laura Twedt Thompson Falls Marcia Tyson Gardiner Marilyn Vanina Butte Gary Verboncoeur Libby Laurel Walker Moccasin Leslie Walker Moccasin 150Mary Ellen Wall Laurel Gary Warhank Rudyard James Whealon Poison Alfred Wills Butte 151STEVE VALENTINE President JOLENE McLEAN Secretary-T reasurer BOB McCHESNEY Vice-President 153Wayne Anderson Whitefish Archie Arntson Butte Sherry Badgley Missoula Cherry Baldridqe Missoula Betty Barnes Dillon Richard Barnhart Dillon Jim Beattie Anaconda Larry Biorndal Robert Bock Willow Creek Butte 154 Don Bogut Dillon Susan Boyd Silver Star Dennis Boyer Anaconda Candace Brown D.llonDonnita Burditt Great Falls Coreen Caldwell Sheridan Eldon Chapman White Sulphur Springs Larry Corrigan Poison Rose Costle Anaconda Byron Courser Victor Nancy Dachs Kolispell Gail Yvonne Dawson Heber. Utah Juanita De Leon Melrose 155 Ken Eichler Red Lodge Penne Ferris Helena Mary Beth Flanagan Eureka Robert Fournier ButtePat Froehlich Helena Judy Ginsberg Anaconda Glenn Gerry Butte Diane Giop Walkerville lee Graves Dillon Susan Hammond St. Ignatius Daisy Hanson Missoula Helen Hanson Valerie J. Hanson White Sulphur Springs Dillon 156 Robert Hanson White Sulphur Springs Tim Harlan Kalispell John Harold Anaconda Dave Hart DillonDorothy Hart Dillon Arthur Hartman Hamilton Ruth Ann Hildreth John Hilton Dillon St. Ignatius Harold t. Holmes Dillon Howard Holmes Helena Dan Holyk Scobey Jeanne Horsfall Alice Hulet Anaconda Dillon 157 Louis Hull Chester Ruby Huseby Alberton Sigrid Jensen Ronan Wesley Johnson ShelbyBob Johnston White Sulphur Sprinas David Kinq Butte Montano Knipc Butte Donnette Laden Dillon June Lemrick Whitehall William Lester Somers Gory Loving Hamilton Bill McAndrews Dillon Angelica McClernan Butte 158 Linda McGhee Deer Lodge Bob McChesney Sidney Wayne McEwen Havre Jolene McLean AnacondaCoy McMorris Sidney Sherry McMorris Sidney Rosemary Miller Dillon Karin L. Nielsen Deer Lodge John Nutter Sidney Paul O'Leary Anaconda Gene Ordahl Cut Bank Susan Ovitt Dillon Jackie Parker Dillon 159 Gerald Parson Anaconda Bob Pemberton Harlowtown Bill Posivio St. Ignatius Patty Poston KalispellLarry Powell Steve nsvi lie Jan Quillinq Sidney Steven Boyd Quillinq Sidney William Rainey Dillon Fred Ranncy Dillon David Reynolds Norris Phyllis Sakahara Whitefish Nancy R Sasser Choteau John K. Schell Stcvensville 160 Clark Schleqel Sunburst Robert Sestrich Anaconda Betty Shadoan Dilion Lynn Sorenson DillonTerry A. Sullivan Butte Mary Ann Taber Yuma, Arizona Kathleen Tayne Dillon Bob Thomas Butte Thomas P. Tomasini Pleasant Hill. California 161 Maureen Twomey Butte Stephen Valentine Helena Linda Vezina Dillon Dwaine Wall FrazerGary Wallace Great Falls Judy Vallaco Whitehall Darlene Wheeler Butte Norman L. Wheeler Dillon Betty Willis Belfry Kay Wilson Charlo Arlene R. Woods Linda Zimmer Boulder Darby Walter Zimmer Sidney 162Sophomores 163CARLA SIPHERS Secretary-Treasurer STEVE WILSON Vice-President MICKI BATES PresidentJohn Anderson Sidney Wayne Archamfoult Earline Atchley Claude Auch Bozeman Artec Greeley, Colorado Ethel Bacus Dillon Micki Bates Anaconda David Beatty Anaconda Gory Benton Butte Hannes Boundy Winnipeg, Manitoba Warren Bucy Alyce Bull Vicky Burch Carol Burringon Anaconda Butte Dell Hamilton 165Cyrene Buxton Anaconda Glenda Campbell Townsend Joseph Campbell Butte John Clark Libby Betty Connole Choteau Ross Cornell Deer Lodge Jennifer Craig Helena Cheri Crase Butte Dennis Davis Florence David Dcorcorn Pauline Decker Betty Jo Dellwo Judith Dodd Powell Dillon Choteau Dillon 166Patricia Dodge Dixon Earl Doege Fallon, Nevado Jeanne Donnogalo Huson Chris Eichler Red lodge Janice Ek Gayle Engholm Anaconda Great Falls Anita Enqstrom Helena Linda Felton Missoula Richard Forcella Butte 167 Terry Fosbcry Kalisocll lee Foss Hamilton Ilona Freeman Anaconda John D. Fred HelenaMike Haldane Anaconda Rita Hannon Anaconda Henry E. Hanson Missoula Gary Harmon Shelby Dick Heuscher Browning 168 Alma Hill Lodge Grass Evelyn Hilton St. Ignatius Tom Hoover Conrad James Horner RonanTerry Hulet Dillon Dale Hunt Waterloo Gary Jacobsen Livingston Claire James Dillon David R. James Kalispell luanna Jefferson Lodge Grass Michael Johnson Dillon Janice Johnson Dutton Wayne Johnson Divide Rochelle Keriison Rayetta King Dillon Clancy Edward Kovich Helena Linda Krammer Wibaux 169David Lammi Butte Garry Larson Libby Honey Roe lokken Hamilton Linda Lovinq Waqner Vicki Lusk Hamilton Carol Maloney Choteau Michael Manaqhan Libby Diane Markovich Dillon James Mavros Hamilton I Gloria McAndrews Bill McCrea Dillon Sheridan Tom McCormick Phoenix. Arizona Nancy McDonald Frenchtown 170Bill McGrow ond Coulee Karon McKay Anaconda Donna Mercer Twin Bridges David Mcro Kalispell Linda Meyer Helen Middlemist Deer Lodge Lolo Bob Mihetkh Butte Richard Mirobella Hamilton John Molcndyka Anaconda Tom Newgard Poison Linda Norris Kalispell Doug O'Connell Butte Eileen OKKen AnacondaRick Olsen Ft. Show Terry Olsen Dutton loren Osier Eureka Marcy Pendleton Dillon Leona Penner Rosebud Donald Prinkki Red lodge Beverly Rada Fairfield Henry Real Bird Alexa Reed Garryower. Butte 172 Mary Richards Glen John Rickerf Great Falls Kenneth Rickcrt Conrad David Scott TownsendJames Shea Hamilton Donn Short White Sulphur Springs Linda Sipes Stevensville Carla Siphers Stevensville Dale Sprout Townsend Dennis Stanford Hamilton Sharon Stetler Valier George A. Stewart Lynn Stonelake Las Vegas, Nevada Florence, Oregon 173 Karen Strandberq Helena John Stratton Butte Mike Sullivan Kalispell Ken Taylor HamiltonTrudy Tomazich Walkerville Jerome Toss Horlowtown Rich Valentine Anacondo Andy Vandolah Dillon Steve L. Vieth Hamilton Gladys Wangerin Deer Lodge Pete Wayletf Libby Tom Webster Dillon Randy Wiedmeier Kalispell Leigh A. Wildcy Connor Karla Wilhelm Butte Ann Fran Williams Butte Dennis Willioms DillonDarrel Williams Catherine Wilson Steve Wilson Bengie Winburn James Woolev Helena Dillon San Lorenzo. Calif. Great Falls Townsend 175177 RUSS HAFFNER President TRUDI MEYER Secretary-Treasurer TY COTTON Vice-PresidentAndy Andersen Denise R. Armstronq Ron Baker Dillon Cut Bank Ft. Shaw Alan Ball Butte Rosemary Bartholomew Donald Barfolo Anaconda Great Falls Ruth Beck Dillon Toni Benson Plains Barbara Bcrbcref Toston Anna Marie Billedeaux Dave Blake Los Vcqas, Nev. Baker Stan Blaz Anaconda Dennis Boehler Ocho Rios. Jamaica 178Fred Bohrert Whitehall Robert Boshovick Anocondo Kathey Brown Dillon lynette 8ugli Stevensville Alan 8ull Saro Campbell Dillon Butte Mary Ann Carter Butte Joan Chotriand Whitehall Lynda Childers Shelby 179 Terrill Christensen Dillon Harold J. Clark Denton Larry G. Clark Lima Mary Jo Clark KalispellJo Ellen Cleory Deani Clemow Cheryl Conway James I. Cook Los Angeles, Calif. Jackson Browning Libby Holly Cordciro Cascade John Cornish Dillon Pamela Cottingham Ty Cotton Helena Harlowton Linda Dawson Twin Bridges 180 Joan Dclgcr Townsend William Dewala Alberton Bill Donohue Anaconda John Donnelly Great FallsJohn Donovan Belt Kathleen Dorr Great Foils Randy Dornnqton Libby Aqnej Drake Dillon Kathy Drinville Clinton Steve Duggms Butte Linda Dunne Anaconda Mary Durocher Cut Bank Tim Evans Townsend Honr»ilf°n 181Brian K. Fogarty Seattle. Wash. William Fox Great Falls Ron Fuhrmcn Great Falls Theresa Gardner Anaconda Dick Garlish Butte Edward Gill Libby Pam Glover Poison Barbara Gould Corum Toni Graham Dillon 182 JoAnn Gygax Alexandria. Va. Kathy Haas Hcmilton Russ Haffner Great Falls Jack Hampson HavreWade Dermis Hansen Dillon Cyndie Hartscll Anaconda Carole Harvey Dillon Marjorie Haynes Fairfiold Jennie Henry Ronan Jan Hewitt Columbia Falls Robert Hewitt Victor Joyce Hitchcott Hamilton Elizabeth Hitchens Butte Jerry Hoover Conrad Gary Howey Musselshell Joann Huskey Twin Bridges Shirley Idleman BillingsBoni Jacobs Great Falls Elaine Jennison Butte Sandra Jimison Shelby Charles Johnson Charlo Jean Johnson Alberton Joan I. Johnson Butte Joan M. Johnson Charlo Shirley A. Johnson Great Falls Mike Johnston White Sulpher Springs 184 Fredrick S. Jones Sheridan Michccl E. Kahoe Philipsburg Kathie Keller Poison Gail Keltz Deer LodgeDennis Kendall Anaconda Christy Kieckbusch Jomes King Conrad Columbus Nancy Kirkegard Circle Kerry Koenig Chris Kraft Dillon Charlo Jim Lane Helena Max Laoham Jackson Bruce Larson Miles City 185 Norm Larson Missoula Allen Lawson Wisdom Gerald Kennedy Deer Lodge Terrese Lee StevensvilleKaren LittleLight Crow Agency Nora Lindermon St. Ignatius Joe linduska Dillon Bonnie Liva Walkerville Carol Lodge Dillon Vicki Loney Great Falls Shari Dec loucks Redstone Charles Lucero Great Falls Robin Lucht Helena Mike Lyman Plains Jim Lynch Dillon Lee Lytfon Poison Joanne Lutey Anaconda 186Linda Madsen Dillon Linda Manuel Fairfield Bcrbara Marich Trout Crock Dovid Marsh Dillon Charles Martin Dillon Dean Martin Butte Marshall Martin Florence Georqe Massmon Helena Sharon Mavros Hamilton 187 Roberta McCabe Anaconda Nancy McCrossin Deer Lodge Luanne McGrow Sand Coulee Jack McGrecny AnacondaSheila McMahon Anaconda Kathy McNeill Anaconda Maureen McNclis Anaconda Dave Meeker Eureka Annie Meine Dillon Richard Meine Dillon Brenda Meredith Anaconda Michael Mcrz Kendrick, Idaho Trudy Meyer Stevcnsville Barbara Miller Ancconda Steven A. Morrison Helena Larry Mougey Bozeman Linda Muggenburg Harlowtown 188Max Monsell 6aker Christine Neill Stanford Kim Nelson Power Gory Neycnhuis Valier Ron Nicholas Anaconda Karen O'Forrell Bwtte Linda Osier Eureka Michoel R. Osier Fortine Kathy Overcast Chinook 189 Martha Pedersen St. Ignatius Monica Pederson St. Ignatius Gene F. Posivio St. Ignatius Joseph Prokop ButteSteve Pruett Baker Joseph I.Purcell Billinqs Colette Quilling Sidney Karen Rampy Dillon Ray Ranney Albcrton JoAnn Rcdfcrn Butte Paulme Reinhardt Great Falls Teryl Reynolds Biq Fork Don Richardson Dillon Eugene Richardson Craig Riley Dillon Dillon Dave Ringer Conrad Robertson White Sulphur Springs Roundup 190Pattic Rouse Anaconda John Sestrich Anaconda Judy Simkins St. Iqnatius Fredrick Simonsen Victor Eva Smith Carolyn Smola Butte Stcvcnsville Karen Snead Stevensville David E. Sperry Helena Eileen Spurlock Darby 191Charles Strong Marty Stryznik Linda Strum Shirley Swortz Anaconda Butte Anaconda Clinton Ted Taylor Cynde Tesch Teresa Thomas John Thompson Thomas Trover Harlowton Choteau Deer Lodge Butte Anaconda 192Jessie Whalen St. Ignatius Kathy Wheeler Great Falls Onno Wieringo Conrad Craig Williams Helena194195 AdministrationPresident Dr. James E. Short Those responsible for the format and content of the Chinook are sure that the issue is the best publication of this kind ever to come off the press. This is as it should be, and this is as it will continue to be as long as Chinooks are printed. This one is an extra special piece of property for all of you. It will be your continuous bridge with Western Montana College and the 1968-69 school year. 196Mr. O.A. Bergeson, Mrs. Amy Gilbert, Or. James E. Short, Mr. W.G. Gilbert Western Montana College, which is a unit of the Montana University System, is under the direction of the Local Board of Education, pictured above, and of the State Board of Education. 197C. R. ANDERSON Associate Prof, of Education, B.A. Gus-tavus Adolphus College M. A. Univ. of Montana LUCY HICKENBOTTOM Associate Prof, of Education, A.B., Nebraska State Teacher’s College, A.M., Ed.D., Colorado State College THOMAS G. KENNEDY Assistant Prof, of Education, B.S., Ed.D., Brigham Young Univ. VIRGIL F. ALME Assistant Prof, of Education, B.S., Minot State College M.Ed., North Dakota State Univ. MARY KELSO Assistant Prof, of Education B.A., North Texas State Univ., M. Ed., East Texas State Univ. W. DENTON NEBEKER Assistant Prof, of Education, B.S., Ed.D., Brigham Young Univ. CHARLES R. CURTIS Assistant Prof, of Education, B.S., Utah State Univ. M.Ed., Oregon State Univ. On Leave of Absence RALPH KNEELAND Professor of Education, B.S.Ed.. Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, M.E., Univ. of Montana HELEN STRUCKMAN Assistant Prof, of Education, B.A., M.Ed., University of MontanoEnglish ROBERT J. BARTHELL Instructor in English, B.A., Univ. of Den-vor, M.A., Colorado State College JOHN EISWICK Assistant Professor of English, A.B., Nebraska Wesleyan University, M.A.. University of Nebraska AIMEDA MANN Instructor in English, B.A., Intermountain Union College THERESE BRYCHTA Assistant Professor of English, B.A., Univ. of California, M.A., San Francisco State College. On Leave of Absence JOE RYBURN Assistant Professor of English. B.E., Western Montana College, M.A., Univ. of Denver EDWARD CEBULL Associate Professor of English, B.E., Western Montana College, M.A., Univ. of Montana DONALD K. GO SNELL Assistant Professor of English, A.B., Sacramento State College, M.A., Univ. of the Pacific • BLANCHE McMANUS Assistant Professor of English, B.E., Western Montana College, M.A., Univ. of WashingtonMath GORDON BENNETT Assistant Professor of Mathematics, B.A., Hiram College, M.A., Bowling Green State Univ. HENRY STISH Associate Professor of Science, B.S., Bemidii State College, M.Ed., Univ. of North Dakota DANIEL BLOCK Assistant Professor of Biological Science, B.S.. M.S.. Univ. of Montana 200 TERRANCE CYPHER Assistant Professor of Mathematics, B.S., M.S., Montana State Univ. Science HOWARD SMITH Associate Prof, of Physical Science. B S., M.S.. Montana State Univ. LARRY M. HICKETHIER Assistant Professor of Mathematics. B.A., Univ. of Montana. M.S.. Univ. of Wyoming KENNETH BANOEUER . B.S.. Ed.D'Music SAMUEL DAVIS Assistant Professor of Music, B.M., Univ. of Montano M.M Manhattan School of Music. Ed.D.. Univ. of Montona OVID LEON DILLINGHAM Instructor in Music. A.B.. 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It is accredited by the Montana State Board of Education, ex-officio Regents of the Montana University System, 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. For Information, Write to the Admissions Officer WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 210 Dillon, Montana 59725 ESfW.»J y — ACCOMMODATIONS INCLUDE — Modern Dormitories for Men Attractive and Convenient Residence Hall for Women Sixteen Modern Apartments for Married Students Dining Room Facilities for Men and Women Make Reservations Now By Writing Admissions Officer WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 211 DILLON, MONTANA 59725Compliments of Specialized Farming Equipment New Holland — Hesson Swathers CLUB BAR Meyer Ditchers Farm Hand and Kirshmer "Your Friendly Tavern" Allis Chalmers Ford Tractors and equipment SOUTHMONT Headquarters TRACTOR COMPANY For Sportsmen and Box 1032 Phone 683-2781 Ranchers Dillon, Montana STATE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Your Friendly Home Owned Bank of Dillon, Montana 212 Member of Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationCAMPUS BOOKSTORE We supply all of your campus needs Nancy Larson, Manager STAMM JEWELERS 1892 Our 77th Year 1969 Serving Southwestern Montana with Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds, Silverware, and Related Lines as Well as Dependable Repair Service W. F. Koeneke — Helen A. Koeneke Dillon, Montana You Hear If Everywhere It Pays to Shop at Penney's a enneuf lA AVQ P1RQT Ol IAI ITV ALWAYS FIRST QUAUTY Compliments From WESTINGHOUSE Butte Montana Cash, Charge, or Layaway DILLON 213MITCHELL VIGILANTE ELECTRIC DRUG We Extend Hearty Welcome to all W.M.C. Students Phone 683-2316 Dillon COOPERATIVE, INC. Owned by Those We Serve In Rural Southwestern Montana BEAVERHEAD BAR SUPPLY CO. DRINK GREAT FALLS SELECT Montana's Own Finest Beer Dillon, Montana Montana's Most Modern Department Store Dillon JACK'S PETERSON DRUG MARKET Quality Foods Dillon Where We Believe "Service to humanity is the best work of Life." CO-OP SUPPLY, INC. DEALERS IN DILLON Petroleum Products Tires—Batteries Hardware Fencing Supplies Bulk Fertilizer Dillon, Montana 215DILLON’S full service Since I880 bank The First National Bank Congratulates the Graduating Class of 1969 Affiliated with Bancorporation, A member of F.D.I.C. 216MAY SUCCESS BE YOURS In America, under the free enterprise system, You make the decision as to the career you wish to follow. The choice of how you want to spend your time, talent and effort is yours. The important thing is that in our nation there is the opportunity to work for almost any goal you may set for yourself. Whatever course you choose to follow, whatever the challenges you face, you can contribute to a growing and better America. May success and satisfaction be yours. THE ANACONDA COMPANY “A Partner in Montana's Progress”“THE GENTLEMEN AND SCHOLARS” OF SECOND FLOOR DAVIS HALL BACK THE BULLDOGS GO BULLDOGS!! GIVE EM HELL!! Back row: Vincent Crowe, Rob Hewitt, Gary Howey, Ed Kov-ich; Second row: Howard Holmes, Larry Mougey, Randy Barney, Mike Lyman, Ken Eichler,- Front row: Larry Bjorndal, Lee Lytton, Tom McCormick, and Don Prinkki. THE ACOMA LOUNGE and Supper Club. Butte’s Best and Most Lively Night Spot across the street from the Finlen Hotel. Live Music, Italian Dinners, Orders to Take Out. Butte, Montana U ie down O ump Montana’s Fastest Growing Home-Owned Independent Oil Company Dillon, Montana THE CHINOOK STAFF Supports Western 218fcrtdl 77 ' BEAVERHEAD TRUCK EQUIP. INC. Congratulates the Graduating Class of 1969 I. H. Farm Equip. I. H. Trucks Dillon, Montana WILLIAMS FEED INC. Feed — Seeds — Fertilizer WILLIAMS LAWN GARDEN CENTER Everything For Complete Lawn Care Dillon, Montana 77in en 7lot el anc TlToior 77nn Broadway and Wyoming Butte, Montana 59701 Phone 406-723-5461 Dining and Dancing Nightly in the Cavalier RoomCLUB ROYAL The Fun Spot Best Music Around Every Friday Saturday Nites 1 Mile No. of Dillon — Highway 91 coast-to-coast the store where your dollar will do the most Locally Nationally Owned Organized BOB AND LOIS DODD Phone 683-4412 PETERSLIE TRAILER SALES 3625 Harrison Ave. Everything in Mobile Homes Camp Trailers and Horse Trailers Phone 723-6522 Butte, Montana "I Can Do All Things Through Christ" FRANCIS A. GORDON HAZEL'S STYLE SHOP Business Printing — Supplies Advertising Specialties — Greeting Cards Gifts — Gadgets and Wrappings 202 So. California St. Dillon, Montana Telephone 683-2657 If It’s New, You’ll Find it at Hazel’s Andrus Hofei Building DILLON THOMAS ELECTRIC Frigidaire Appliances — Sales Service Electrical Contracting House of Lights' Complete Line of Lighting Fixtures 234 No. Idaho Phone 683-2222 Dillon, Montana 220DILLON CREAMERY Beaverhead—GOLD and CHALLENGE Dairy Products Dillon, Montana ANDRUS HOTEL 60 Units With or Without Baths VENTURE ROOM Ph. 683-2344 Dillon JEAN’S WESTWOOD Magazines, Confections and Novelties Open 7 Day A Week 9 a.m. - 10 p.m. 25 South Idaho in Dillon, Mont. For The Finest Haircuts in Town Try — THE ANDRUS BARBER SHOP Free Shoeshines and Cable T.V Dillon, Montana BEAVERHEAD LUMBER COMPANY Dillon, Montana Building Materials Coal and Wood 2 East Reeder Street or Phone 683-2276 221Congratulating the Class of "69" COMPLIMENTS FROM OSSELLO’S 926 So. Arizona Butte, Montana — D. I. — Dillon Implement Co. Dillon, Montana DILLON AUTO DEALERS ASSOCIATION College Motors Sales and Service, Inc. Buick Rambler GMC Truck Davis Motors Inc. Kaiser-Jeep Toyota Conoco Service Station Paul's Chevrolet Chevrolet Oldsmobile Cadillac E H Ford Sales Ford Mercury Howard Motors Chrysler Plymouth Dodge Beaverhead Truck and Equip Co. International 222We Please the Hard to Please BEAVERHEAD LAUNDRY DRY CLEANERS Phone 683-5522 First in Personal Service Dillon, Montana PONTIAC SERVICE HARRIS OPP GARAGE Brakes, Wheel Balancing Front End Alignment Dillon, Montana Phone 248J DARIGOLD DAIRY PRODUCTS "Prepare to be Pampered" Wholesale — Retail NORM STUBBS, Distributor 503 So. Dakota Dillon, Montana CALL 683-4405DILLON PORTRAIT STUDIO Keep Your Treasury of Golden Memories in Professional Portraits, Color Prints, Enlargements. 224 Phone 683-2741 Dillon, MontanaAre You One of Them? Our property taxes in Montana came to more than $6,-500,000 in 1968, a record. Of this about 64 percent went for education. That’s nearly $4,120,000. In addition more than a third of a million dollars is devoted to education from the company’s corporation license tax. Our tax payments assist in the education of many Montana students from grade school through college. Is the boy above one of them? Are YOU one of them? Actually, both of you are ... to some degree. We believe money spent for education to be a sound investment in the future. Be our guest. THE MONTANA POWER COMPANY 225INDIVIDUAL AAA ROOM PHONES HEAT TV THE SIGN OF SUPERIOR QUALITY KXLF THE CRESTON MOTEL For Restin' Try Creston 335 So. Atlantic — Phone 683-2341 GIFTS SOUVENIRS Mr. Mrs. Fred T. Bonneau, Owners RADIO — 1370 KC NBC TV — CHANNEL 4 CBS-ABC PROVIDING FREE ENTERTAINMENT Butte, Montana Dillon, Montana Fishing - Hunting - Golf - Boating Baseball - Football - Basketball - Skiing Reloading - Honda - Tennis - Archery SNEEDS SPORTING GOODS 130 No. Montana St. Phone 683-4540 Dillon, Montana Owner H. L. Sneed 1 0 Tf GOODS 226SKYLINE DRIVE-IN Dillon ROBERTA GOLDEN HORN Dillon Missoula, Montana WARREN THEATERS INC. MAC'S BARBER SHOP "Finest in Hair Cutting" Any Style Dillon IBEY CONSTRUCTION INC. General Building Contractors Also Specializing — Boise Cascade Pre-Built Homes 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. 227 Phone 683-5541 Dillon, MontanaShaken'I Rahe uf, 112 NORTH MONTANA STREET Telephone 683-9982 DILLON, MONTANA ANTHONY'S 32 E. Granite Butte 59701 Phone 792-1281 Fashion Store for Students Dillon, Montana 228 SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money BackTHE DILMART "Dillon's Home Mart" Compliments of Dillon's Only Complete Home Furnishings Store BUTTREY FOODS Butte, Montana GRACIE’S DILLON HOTEL AND BAR THE PAWN SHOP Buy, Sell, Trade Anything 140 W. Bannack Street Dillon, Montana "A Friendly Place To Meet" 24 East Center or Phone 683-9973 Dillon, Montana VISIT THE EAGLE BAR FOR A SOCIABLE DRINK PAT RYAN - Proprietor A PLACE WHERE FRIENDS MEET WMC SUPPORTS DILLON, MONTANA Dillon, Montana 229PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR. R. J. ENGLISH Optometrist Phone 683-2611 Dillon DR. E. D. EVANS Dentist Phone 683-4491 Dillon DR. J. C. LINDUSKA Dentist Phone 683-2861 Dillon DR. JOHN B. McCOLLUM Dentist Phone 683-5312 Dillon DR. W. E. MONGER Osteopathic Physician Phone 683-4421 Dillon DR. R. D. ROMERS Dentist Phonee 683-2671 Dillon FRANK DAVIS Attorney at Law Dillon, Montana 230SAGA 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. 231 SID BAUER Food Service DirectorSKEETS CAFE DILLON, MONTANA ACKNOWLEDGMENT Dillon Portrait Mrs. A. Saito Bridenstine's Photo Fred Bridenstine June Lemrick Judy Cernik Barry Williams Complete Selection of Nationally Advertised Brands for Men and Boys Phont 792-3203 BUTTE. MONTANA WILL TEDDY TED TRINIMAN Chuck Stauffer 232 Harrington’s Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. 1740 Holmes Ave. Butte, Montana 59701 Serving Butte, Bozeman, Dillon, Helena, Livingston, and Yellowstone Park Areas.V


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