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For Reference Not to be taken from this roomJO Auvubil 3D3T -ilS3M DATE DUE CAVLCHO CHINOOK 1970 WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE DILLON, MONTANA 1 Published By THE JUNIOR CLASS VOLUME SIXTY-TWO7 21 93 121 183 CONTENTS WMC BOOSTER CLUB The WMC Booster Club, founded in 1958, hos contributed over $50,000 to the college. Through the help of the Booster Club and other such organizations during this period. Western's enrollment has grown from 429 to its present 1,072. During the Booster Club's eleven years it hos provided over 250 freshman scholarships to Western Montana College. Forty-two such scholarships ($8,400) wore provided for the 1969-70 academic year. Recipients are selected primarily on their academic excellence and their professed desire to enter the teaching profession. Each recipient receives $200, divided over the three quarters, but high grade-point averages must be maintained to secure this aid. Officers for the current year are: Bob Gerringa, president; Max Nield, vice-president; Joe Lane, treasurer; Charles Stauffer, secretary. As of December 10, 1969, the Booster Club had a membership of 56 members which includes: Anaconda Company Kenneth Bandelier William C. Bierrum Edward Cebull Beaverhead Bar Supply Norman Banks Dr. Marvin Cameron Coast-to-Coast StoresTerry Cypher Club Bar F. M. Crooks Dillon Portrait Studio Drake, Gustafson and Associates Don's Office Machines Dillon Disposal Service Stanley Dovison Curtis Dickinson The Dilmart Dr. Robert English Eliel's First National Bank Edgar "Bud" Ferris Ed Harding Ibey Construction Dr. A. L. Juergera Ralph Kneeland William Kearns Larry Link Lou Lorengo George Marinkovich McCracken Brothers Mitchell Drug Ralph McFadden Dr. John McCollum Blanche McManus Montana Power Company Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Glen Nicholas Harris Opp L. S. Osborne J. C. Penney Company Peterson Drug Dr. R. D. Romers Safeway Stores Dr. John Seidensticker James Short Sneed's Sporting Goods Standard Lumber State Bank Charles Stauffer William Straugh Helen Struckman Valley Motor Supply Ron Wagner Warner Foods Williams Feed 4CAMPUS IMPROVEMENT 5 -________________________________________________________________________________________________________________The campus at Western Montana College is indeed growing. In 1968, the much-needed Physical Education Plant was completed. Participants and spectators in all types of sports can enjoy the beauty and serviceability of this building. The beautiful library was completed in 1969. Students and faculty appreciate the light and spacious study center. Next year newcomers at Western will view the new faculty-classroom building. Keep it up Western, you're looking good. 6f KCUVTPRESIDENT'S MESSAGE We are experiencing another memorable year at Western Montano College with an all-time high in enrollment which exceeds the 1000 mark. This year also marks the dedication of our library and the ground breaking for our faculty office-classroom building. This is also the year when formal request was made to the Board of Regents for approval of a liberal arts degree at Western. I consider it a privilege to be a part of this 1970 Chinook. It is a worthy historical document of the 1969-70 school year. Its pages provide sentimental reminders of this memorable year. 8 JAMES E. SHORTLOCAL BOARD OF EDUCATION W.G. Gilbert Jomcs E. Short Western Montana College, which is a unit of the Montana University System, is under the direction of the Local Board of Education, and the State Board of Education. IN MEMORIAM O. A. BERGESON 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: 23 9Mr. Virgil F. Alme Assistant Professor of Education Director of Admissions ond Placement Mr. Cloyborn J. Anders Associate Professor of Industrial Arts Mr. C. R. Anderson Associate Professor of Education Mr. Roger C. Arpin Instructor in English Miss Morju Bakis Instructor in Foreign languogc Dr. Kenneth Bandelier Associate Professor of Biological Science Mr. Cordon E. Bennett Assistant Professor of Mathematics Mr. Daniel G. Block Assistant Professor of Biological Science Miss Jeanette J. Boyd Instructor in Physical Education 10I Mr. Frank J. Busch Assistant Professor of Sociol Science Mr. Edword A. Cebull Associate Professor of English Mr. Charles R. Curtis Assistant Professor of Education Mr. Terrance R. Cypher Assistant Professor of Mathematics Dr. Samuel E. Davis Atsociote Professor of Music Dr. Stanley R. Davison Professor of Sociol Science Mr. Ovid leon Dillingham Instructor in Music Mr. John Elswick Assistant Professor of English Mr. John Fontaine Instructor in Art 1 1Mr. David A. Gallagher Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Social Science Dr. John C. Gorry Professor of Business Mr. Donold K. Gosnell Assistant Professor of English Dr. Stanley A. Grout Associate Professor of Education Dean of Education Mr. Arthur W. Hedge Assistant Professor of Education Mr. lorry W. Hickcthier Assistant Professor of Mathematics 12Mr. Jerotd A. Hilton Assistant Professor of Sociol Scion c« Mr. Allyn A. Hollond Auiitont Profettor of Edocotion Mr. Fronk R. Jtlie Auiitont Profcuor of Phyiicol Educotion Mr. Oonold F. Kelt Instructor in Phyiicol Education Miu Irono leingong Instructor in Business Mri. Almcda Monn Instructor in English Mr. George T. Morinkovich Instructor in Physical Education Mr. Ralph McFodden Professor of Music Miss Blonche McManus Assistant Professor of English 13•I Dr. W. Denton Nebeker Associate Professor of Educotion Mrs. Irene Newlon Instructor (PT) in Education Dr. Robert E. Newlon Assistant Profeuor of Education Mu. Patricia Ori Initructor (PT) in Mulic Mr. Hugh F. Ouellette Initructor in Mathematics Mr. Joe C. Ryburn Assistant Professor of English Mr. Daniel C. Scotl Assistant Professor of Industrial Arts Mr. Howard M. Smith Associate Professor of Physical Science Dr. Richard W. Stedtfeld Assistant Professor of Education 14Mr. Henry W. Stish Associate Professor of Science Oeon of Students Mr. Williom T. Straugh Professor of Physical Education Director of Athletics Mr. Joseph B. Strceper Assistant Professor of Physical Scionce Mrs. Helen M. Struckman Assistant Professor of Education Dr. Dale R Tash Profossorof Social Scionce Academic Dean Mr. Alfred A. Tennant Instructor in Art 15I Miss Dona J. Wallace Assistant Professor of Physical Education Mrs. Clarice Waller Instructor (PT) in Business Mr. Donald I. Wolters Assistant Professor of Art 16REGISTRAR'S OFFICE Foul 0. Pidon Registrar Betty Spehor Clerk-Typist Louise Farris Secretory, Registrar MobeJ Willi Clerk-Typist leoro Kopphan Clerk-Typist Teresa Frey Clerk-Typist BUSINESS OFFICE Hording Honson Business Monager 17 Boy Worthington Ass't. Business Managerlorry link Finonciol Aid Director France Richord on Cothier Mory Jo Foucelt Clerk C»»ie loter Secretory to Director of Financial Aid Dicie Hagermon Clerk Virginia Straugh Pretidential Secretary Barbara Edgar Secretary to Deon of Education laurie Anderion Placement Secretary Nancy lorten Bookttore Manager 18Sid Bauer Sago Foodi Manager Chariot Slouffer Publicity Director Herb Slack Security Officer Marie Carmody Oeon of Women Mary Roinville Nurte Kenneth Cory An't. librarian Mory Beth Miller Att'l. librarian 19IN MEMORIAM ... Mrs. Helen Gallagher The strength of an institution such as Western Montana College lies not in the cement foundations, the iron frameworks, or the marble walls of its buildings. Nor is it measured by the cold statistics involving numbers of students, faculty, staff, degrees or curricula. Its basic ingredients, important above all else, are the humanitarianism, the empathy, the dedication and the manifold selflessness of those who occupy its key administrative posts. Helen Gallagher, during her 15 years on this campus, epitomized each of these qualities with an excellence and understanding rare to our times. Her counsel, her guidance and her devotion were, without question, vital factors in the recent growth and success of this college. But, of even greater and inestimable value, was the influence which she exerted on all who trod the WMC campus during her tenure as presidential aide. Now, in the agonizing evaluation of our loss, emerges the realization that Helen Gallagher, in her quiet yet direct manner, left us with a legacy rich in the requisites of loyalty, truth, honor and integrity. In so doing, she touched us all. And we are the better for having known her. (Wayne Anderson and Charles Stauffer) 20S3I1IAI10V QNV SNOilVZINVOdOCENTRAL BOARD Central Board is instrumental in con veying the requests of the student body to the faculty and the administration. They coordinate all of the functions that involve the students. They also have the arduous task of allocating the budget. We, the student body appreciate what they have done. Left to right: Chariot Stauffer, odvitor, Darrell Williams, Trudy Meyer, John Harold, Ken Eichler, Bab M Chetney, Dennis Day, Bill Donohue, Michele Botes, Steve Wilson, M . Stish, advisor. 22 . c. c. The Inler-club Council is an organization made up of one representative from each club on campus. The prime objective of this club is to develop better communications among the many campus organizations.CHINOOK EDITORIAL STAFF Vicky Burch Editor-in-Chief Pot Dodge Au't. Editor Goil Keltx Clouet Editor Noncy Block Activitiei Editor Rita Hannon Buiincu Manager Miu McManus Advitor Not Pictured: leigh Wildey Art Editor 24 Phyllis Sakahoro Trudy Tomazich Sportt EditorsTHE 1970 CHINOOK STAFF We have made every effort to serve you; yet the real "thank you" must be from us to you. It was you the student who created a need for an annual, and it was also you and local advertisers that made it financially possible. To the students and local advertisers we all owe a vote of confidence, for it was your farsightedness that enabled us to improve and make the changes you see herein. We hope you will agree that it is a progressive change. The Chinook Staff 25WESCOLITE (1,2) These two pieturet depict some of the octivities of the jour-noliim cloit. In oddition to studying journalism, members of the doss ore expected to writo stories, read copy ond proofs, and oid the editorial staff in publishing the Wescolite. (3) Mrs. Brown, Wescolite Advisor ond instructor of the journalism doss, evoluates the poper looking for oreos which con be improved. (4) Wayne Anderson, co-editor winter ond spring quarters, is shown here typing headlines for the next poper. Editors ore responsible for assembling ond coordinating the efforts of the journalism class. (5) Ceroid Parson, editor, fall quorter. co-editor winter ond spring quarters, checks final proofs to correct errors before the final copies ore printed ond distributed to students.CHANTICLEERS The Chanticleers held their annual banquet at the Venture Room. It is the custom that those people involved in the campus publications, the Chinook, the Wescolite, and the Muse, receive their copy of the annual at this banquet. The picture at left is of the Matrix initiates. Matrix is an honorary group within the Chanticleers for those who have done outstanding work in journalism. Below is the group of students initiated into the Chanticleer Club at the 1969 publications banquet.WHO'S 28 Jim lodge Robert McCheiney William Poiivio Non y SosierWHO lorry Bjorndol Don Campbell The academic year of 1969-70 has brought to Western nineteen members in Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. These students have been selected as being among the country's most outstanding leaders on college campuses. The Scholarship and Awards Committoe based their selection of these students on their academic achievement, service to the college and community, leadership in extra-curricular activities, and future potential. Robert Hanion Katherine Hopkim 29 Clark Schlegel Sharon Stetler Undo ZimmermanBIOLOGY CLUB PEMM CLUB 30 IWRA WRA is the Women's Recreation Association. It is made up of girls who are interested in intramural sports. These girls meet twice a week and participate in such sports as volleyball, badminton, basketball and softball. 31A.W.S. AND JUDICIARY BOARD 32STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION SEA is affiliated with the MEA and NEA. The purpose is to promote professionalism among those students who plan to teach. This is done through speakers, tours, and panel discussions. Elected officers ore: Sherry Badgley, president; Jeanne Horsfall, vice-president; Betty Willis, secretary-treasurer; and Nancy M. McDonald, ICC representative. Appointed officers include the membership chairmen, Rita Hannon and Clark Schlegel; program committee. Bob McChesney, Betty Jo Dellwo, Beth Hitchens, and Mike Longacre; and publicity chairman, Linda Zimmer. 33Morto McGovern 34 Helen Homen Sondy Jimiton Kathy KellerI I luonne M Grow Brondo Meredith Chrit Neill Mortho Pcdcrten KAPPA ZETA NU 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. This year a Hayride and Barn Dance was held instead of the traditional KZN formal. 35 Sharon Stetler Kitty Wilton lindo ZimmerART CLUB AND KAPPI PI Members are accepted into Art Club after they have participated in an initiation ceremony. In the past the Art Club has sponsored an open house. Many aspects of art were described and demonstrated. Each year Art Club holds a fund raising sale and a banquet. Kappi Pi is a National Fine Arts Honorary with chapters found throughout the United States. The purpose of Kappi Pi is to foster interest in art by practice and precept. The chapter on the WMC campus is Omi-cron. The members of Omicron have always pledged to be helpful with any art project. 36CIRCLE K SPURS 37MUSIC CLUB AND BAND Music Club is made up of music majors and minors and anyone interested in music. This club provides ushers for community concerts. They also sponsor a winter picnic. The band has increased in size this year. They performed at the Awards Assembly and at the annual concerts.VOCAL ENSEMBLE CHORUS 39PEP BAND Pep Band and Drum Corps are instrumental in promoting school spirit. Drum Corps played at all football and basketball games. It also marched in the Homecoming parade. The Pep Band played at Homecoming and during the basketball season. DRUM CORPS 40CRAIG WILLIAMS PRESIDENT S.E.A. WITH THE TROPHY WON AT THE STATE M.S.E.A. CONVENTION IN HELENA. TED HAYES STATE CIRCLE K LT. GOVERNOR OF THE WESTERN DISTRICTTHE MUSE STUDENT WIVES 42RODEO CLUB The Rodeo Club and the Folk Club arc the two clubs at Western that add to a truly Western atmosphere. The Rodeo Club carries on the tradition of the "wild and wooly" West, while the Folk Club carries on the age-old tradition of group singing. The college rodeo, as always, was the main interest of the Rodeo Club. The Folk Club found themselves involved in weekly sing-a-longs and an appearance in Go Western talent show activities. Not only do these two clubs add color, excitement, and entertainment to Western's campus and the city of Dillon, but they represent Western to the rest of the state. FOLK CLUB 43FORENSICS Howard Holmet 44 John Mi ke»ell"M" CLUB "M" club is mode up of athletes who have lettered in one of the major sports. "M" club members actively participate in homecoming festivities. During "M" day the members solicit help to whitewash the "M". The "M" club is also in charge of concessions at all games. New members are ushered into the club by a week long initiation ceremony. Members are recognized by the presentation of a "M" letter during a quarterly awards assembly. 4546VET'S CLUB48 ESTERN WON Nfv COUEK - UWM« D UOU, WOU NKFROSH ORIENTATION A committee of upperclassmen were on hand to welcome the new and confused freshmen. This committee helped the newcomers get acquainted with procedures at Western. Later on the first night the freshmen were introduced to each central board member and given an idea of what to expect during the coming week. The freshmen could easily be spotted by the red and white beanies. After two weeks of freshmen initiation, the sophomores were quite willing to let the freshmen take off the beanies. The freshmen were relieved to take off those hair flattening hats and settle down to tho serious business of being students at Western Montana College. 50FIRST EDITION Excitement came to Western Montana College during spring quarter of 1969. The First Edition visited our campus and performed before a standing-room-only crowd in the auditorium. 51HOME 52COMING Homecoming 1969 began with the coronation. Six lovely girls vied for the crown of Homecoming Queen. The contestants were Linda Kramer, Nancy Dachs, Jan Silve, Roberto McCabe, Bonnie Liva, and Carol Maloney. Linda Kramer was crowned Homecoming Queen 1969 by Jolene McLean, Homecoming Queen 1968. The first runner-up honors were shared by Carol Maloney and Jan Silve. Other winners during the weekend included the sophomore class float and the Western Bulldogs. 53HAPPENING The homecoming weekend was vory busy, with activities many and varied. A queen was crowned; the library was dedicated; a parade wandered through town, and a game was played. The library dedication was preceeded by the Alumni Tea. The guest speaker at the dedication was Mr. W. G. Gilbert, who reminisced about Miss Lucy Carson, a previous chairman of the English Department, to whom the library is dedicated. At the game the spirit was high although the temperature was low. At half-time the official mascot was presented by the Vet's Club. The game ended in victory and the large crowd was glad that they had "stuck it out" 541969 SADIE Once again Western gave way to "Daisy Maes" and "Lil' Abners". Also present was the always welcome "Marryin' Sam" and his trusty Bible to accommodate those asking for his services. 56FACULTY CHRISTMAS DINNER The annual Faculty Christmas dinner depicted the spirit of the season as faculty members gathered in the parlor of the Women's Residence Hall, for cocktails, conversation, and seasons' tidings. Following this, everyone attended the special Christmas dinner held in the cafeteria and cotered by Saga Foods. The traditional exchanging of gifts followed the meal to add the final touch to the festivities."SPANISH SPRING" 59GO WESTERN DAY Go Western, for the first time in its history, lacked the spirit it has always fostered. An NCAA conference ruling put a severe damper on the day's usual activities. The ruling, in short, stated that "Go Western" days could no longer be held on conference game days. Therefore, the usual height of rivalry was no longer obvious, because Western and Eastern would not clash on Go Western Day. This was not the final blow though. Go Western Day was staged on a Thursday, instead of the usual Friday celebration. Instead of a dance, a talent show was staged. Very few students took the time to dress Western, and the result was a Go Western Day that passed by as any other day in the year. To Western's students. Go Western Day was celebrated on Friday, when the Bulldogs clashed with the Yellow-jackets; conference ruling or not.DON CAMPBEll Sports Illustrated Cop MICHAIE BATES Jane Buttrey Mcmoriol Scholarship Aword BETTY JO DEUWO Cobb Foundation Scholarship ClARK SCHIEGEI Men's Academic AwordGARGOYLES PRESENT: 62 I REMEMBER MAMAA TIGER AT THE GATES WHAT DID WE DO WRONG? 63THE HAPPENINGS 64MISS WESTERN 1970 L 65 JACKIE GLENNY1970 DECADE OF QUEENSMISS WESTERN 681969 Fourteen lovely girls participated in the 1969 Miss Western Pageant. The girls vying for the title were Maureen Twomey, Judy Dodd, Ruby Huseby, Gayle Engholm, Kathy Wheeler, Michole Bates, Rosemary Miller, Michele Wright, Susan Hammond, Linda Kramer, Susan Boyd, Shari Loucks, Mary Jo Clark, and Luanna Jefferson. The talent presentations included readings, piano selections, vocal selections, dance routines, fashion designing, and sign language presentations. Miss Talent was awarded to Susan Hammond for her talent in designing. The tension rose os it came time for the announcement of Miss Western. Miss Vicki Lusk, Miss Western of 1968, was standing by ready to crown her successor. The runnors-up were: fourth runner-up, Kathy Wheeler,- third runner-up, Susan Boyd; second runner-up, Susan Hammond; and first runner-up, Michele Bates. Miss Ruby Huseby was crowned Miss Western 1969. 69RODEO The exciting drama of rodeo was represented quite effectively at WMC'c 1969 intercollegiate rodeo. The competitors were college cowboys and cowgirls from Montana, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. WMC's Rodeo Club put on the show and the team members participated, giving the other teams in the Big Sky Region a lot of competition. The two-day rodeo consisted of three shows. Each show began with the presentation of the colors by lynette Bugli and Vicki Loney. The officers were then presented, and the show was on the road. The WMC Rodeo Team dominated the show and made an exceptional showing. Only one unfortunate mishap occurred when Henry Realbird, the club's president, was thrown from a bucking horse and broke his hip. The accident resulted in no permanent damage. The rodeo was a great success; over 15 colleges were represented, and a large crowd attended the performances. Mr. Walters, the group's advisor, deserves much of the credit for the success. WMC, in the heart of cowboy country, showed Intercollegiate Rodeo what a real western rodeo could be. 70MEN'S INTRAMURALSM DAY M-Day is the spring quarter event which makes the quarter worthwhile. The day starts early and doesn't really end until that first class the next day. The events are many: a large breakfast, campus clean-up, organized games, and a dance. Another appealing facet of M-Day is the fact that there are no classes and the day belongs to the individual. 74Women's intramurals, directed by Miss Judy Gleason and assisted by Teri Lee and Jenny Henry, provided many hours of fun filled activities. Taking championship honors were: Sam's Team, volleyball; Venture Room Bunnies, basketball; Bev LeProwse, badminton singles; Honey Rae Lokken and Joyce Hitchcott, badminton doubles; and Keggars, softball. Ending the season with a banquet, top teams and outstanding performers were honored. Copping both outstanding volleyball and outstanding softball trophies was Miss Teri Lee. A special plaque voted by the members to the outstanding graduation senior this year went to Mrs. Kay Hopkins.GRADUATION 1969 With the passing of another year, and the receiving of hundreds of diplomas, one more graduating class passes into yet another stage of life. Whether the graduates have been' full-time students who completed the requirements immediately, or have been those students who have looked forward to this day for twenty years, the mixed feelings of happiness, relief, and sadness are prevalent in every mind. The sadness of leaving friends, old memories, and a way of life, slowly pass as songs and speeches come to a halt and give way to the presentation of diplomas. The graduates then step through the door of unlimited opportunity.BIG NAME ENTERTAINMENT An auditorium with standing-room-only welcomed recording artist JOHN DENVER. The two-hour concert was enjoyed by students and townspeople. 80 8285868788MEN'S DORMSOPHOMORE CARNIVAL 9293 SPORTSFRONTIER CONFERENCE 94CHAMPS WESTERN'S WINNING RECORD Western 13 Ricks Western 37 Snow Western 31 Tres. Valley Western 33 Eastern Western 31 Mont. Tech Western 26 Carroll Western 29 Northern Western 36 Rocky 28 6 6 10 7 7 Bottom Row Dove Kickbvsch Gory Marlin Don Youngquist Ron lehnerz Hannes Bound Hirom Williams Ron Nau Pete Woylell Dennis Renning Horry Egon Gory Neva Jim lodge Third Row Gory Koul Bernie Bissell Monfy VreNon Tom Hoover Bloke Sevolitod Jerry Willi Eorl Doege Cliff Toney Rich Stuburd George Hucke Don Prinkki Sieve Quilling Roger Houg Dove Deorcorn Cotey Kellz Sonny Holland Second Row John Thatcher Bob Clucot John Konen Gary Ordith Chuck lucero Quentin Miller Bob Crowford Bob Hanson Bill Posivio Dave Crenjhow Harlan Johnson Steve Bertilson Bill Donohue fourth Row lynn Stonelake Rondy Baldwin Jim Harding John Bennett John Riordon Bill Albright Hoot Ziegler Pat Hurley Scott Sword Wayne McEwen Don Ekerl Not Pictured— Jack Fuller 95 o toALL CONFERENCE Western's tough Bulldogs placed eleven men on the All Frontier Conference Team and one on the Honorable Mention Team. They are Jim Lodge, Bob Crawford, Tom Hoover, Chuck Lucero, John Thatcher, Bill Posivio, Steve Quilling, Jim Harding, Earl Doege, Dennis Renning, Ron Lehnerz, and honorable mention, Harry Egan. These twelve men led Big Red to the second conference championship in four years. Also honored were Coach Sonny Holland as the Frontier Conference Coach of the Year and Bob Crawford as Conference Player of the Year. Crawford, a senior defensive line backer, was further honored by being named to the NAIA Little All American Honorable Mention Team.CROSS A young cross country team of five freshmen represented Western at three conference meets. Led by Kennard RealBird the team placed third in each meet. Coach Gary Youngquists's team expects successful future seasons. i 99WOMEN'S VAR. VOLLEYBALL Western's women's varsity volleyball team completed a successful first year under the coaching hand of Miss Dona Wallace. Playing in tournaments in Missoula, Bozeman and Billings, the team compiled a record of four wins and five losses. Losing only three seniors. Miss Wallace expects a successful second year. 100ITY ATHLETICS Post becoming o mojor sports attraction on campus is the Intercollegiate Women's Varsity Basketball Team. In its fourth year at Western, the team with seniors Cherry Baldridge and Jeanne Hartman supplying leadership and experience completed its first winning season with a 5-4 won, loss record. Coach Dona Wallace can foresee a successful fifth season losing but four seniors. 101Bulldog Record Western 80 Ricks 83 Western 100 Ricks 88 Western 84 Lewis Clark 56 Western 87 Lewis Clark 82 Western 108 Carroll 73 Western 101 Eastern 98 Western 101 Rocky 92 Western 78 Whitworth 102 Western 78 Whitworth 82 Western 79 Westminster 81 Western 96 Westminster 71 Western 86 Westminster 56 Western 103 Oregon Col. 85 Western 93 Carroll 64 Western 97 Great Falls 88 Western 101 Carroll 81 Western 75 Tech 53 Western 92 Eastern 94 Western 84 Northern 80 Western 71 Grc6t Falls 74 Western 94 Eastern 109 Western 97 Rocky 92 Western 113 Carroll 88 Western 90 Rocky 78 Western 85 Tech 48 Western 103 Northern 88 105JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALLALL CONFERENCE Gary Jacobson, 6 foot 2 senior forward, is the lone unanimous choice to the first team of the Frontier All-Conference basketball team. Jacobson was the league's top scorer with 648 points in 26 games for an average of 24.9 points per game. The other first team choice was sophomore Charlie Hall who won the conference rebounding crown, hauling down 390 for a per-game average of 15. He was second in Bulldog scoring with a game average of 15.6. Selected to the second team was senior forward Wendell Griffin a defensive standout who took third place scoring honors using an indefensible left handed hook to post an average of 13.5 points per game.CHEERLEADERS£ile«n Spurlock Placing in the state meet on the M.S.U. campus were the following: Eileen Spurlock, balance beam, 5th, uneven parallels 5th; Maxine Hankins, floor exercise 4th; Laurie Garry, floor exercise optional, 4th and free exercise, first. Six young women represented Western in a long gym-nastic season beginning .in December and ending in April. The young team, in only its second year of competition placed well in meets against Montana State University, Eastern Montana College, University of Montana and Rocky Mountain College despite an injury ridden season. Leading the team in points scored were Laurie Garry and Maxine Hankins with 32 and 25 points respectively on a 5-4-3-2-1 point basis for the first through fifth places. INTERCOLLEGIATE GYMNASTICSBaseball 1969 ended with Coach Bob Jesse's Bulldogs as NAIA District champions. Led by all-conference players Don Campbell, Bob Weldon, John Thatcher, and Jim Lodge, Western captured a berth in the NAIA playoffs in Bedford, Oregon, and ended the season with an 7-8 won loss record.V r«Coach Bob Jesse's baseball squad, winning seven of 10 conference games, garnered runner-up laurels in the 1970 Frontier League chose which saw Eastern Montana take the crown with a perfect 10-0 season. Bob McChesney, senior all-conference second basemon, was the club's top hitter as he compiled a blistering .405 average in the 10 league games and .357 for the overall 19-game slate. Don Campbell, senior all conference lefty, provided most of the year's headlines. Credited with all seven of the team's Frontier wins, Campbell did not permit an earned run to league opponents, allowing only 25 hits in 58 innings while striking out 96 and walking only 11. Over the full season, the stylish curveballer was 8-3, working 77 innings in which he was touched for 36 hits while walking 17 ond posting 121 strikeouts. His earned run average of 0.93 ranked him 19th among the nation's top 30 NAIA pitching leaders ond Campbell was No. 1 in both strikeouts and innings pitched omong this elite group. Western Montano's Bulldogs, Frontier Conference NAIA District Five Champions of 1969 qualified seven team members for the notional NAIA Track and Field Finals held in Billings. Selections from the finals were based on outstanding performances during the regular season according to Coaches Larry Johnson and Clyde Carpino. Western representatives were Charley Hall, Courtney Taylor, Don Youngquist, Wayne McEwen, Hiram Williams, Tom Hoover, and Bob Pemberton.Western Montana College, for the sixth time in the past seven years, ruled the Frontier Conference track and field realm. Directed by Head Coach Casey Keltz, with graduate assistants Gary Youngquist and Bernie Bissell, the Bulldogs championship squad includes Bob Young, Tim Ragen, Steve Haugen, Kent Paulson, Lyn Gallik, Marc Elser, Gary Neva, John Stratton, Gene Teegarden, Wayne McEwen, Jim Cox, Bob Pemberton, Harlan Johnson, Allen Roy, Bob Clucas, John Clawson, Pete Waylett, Doug Sabo, Barry Grace, John Fred, Butch McEnaney, Tom Hoover, and Scott Sward. Advancing to the NAIA finals on the basis of their top times and distances during the season were Clucas, 100 yard dash; Teegarden, 440; Hoover, long jump, and Nova, triple jump.■nil CLASSESMASTER'S Garry Huber Croiby, North Dakota Robert Kinna Vaugh, Montana Clarence Kropp Greot Foil , Montana 122DEGREES Joe McKethen Mile City, Montono William Meager Butte, Montana Dalton Roetti Butte, Montono Undo Sotlerly Butte, Montono GRADUATE STUDENTS Emily Evon» Butte, Montono Sue Wellman Butte. Montana 123CLASS OF 1970 ClASS OFFICERS Pretidcnl: Sieve Valentine Vito Pretidents John Harold Secretary: Jolene Mcleon 124 Jim Abbot Dillon Woyne Anderton Whitelilh John Atlle ButteMike Atkins Jackson Sherry Badgley Missoula Cherry Baldridge Missoula Richord Barnhart Livingston James Beattie Anoconda Margaret Begger Wibaux 125 Jim Bennett Anaconda Larry Bjorndal Willow Creek Jeon Blair Portlond, Ore.Donald Bogut Susan Boyd Ivan Brekke Dillon Silver Star Reserve Candace Brown Butte Alyce Bull Butte Donnita Burdett Great Foils 126 Coreen Caldwell (Robson) Sheridan Don Campbell Dillon Pot Corter Columbia Falls8ob Crowford Helena Ivy Crowell Clyde Park Rosanne Coy Dillon Noney Dachi Koliipell Judy Dodd Dillon Donno Dupea Helena Judith Cernik Ronan Eldon Chopman White Sulphur Spring Jomet Clotfelter DuttonKen Eichler Penne Ferri Mory Beth Flonogon Red lodge Helena Eureka Marlin Fortman Butte Robert Fournier Butte Clara Frank Kalispell Dori» Fronk Glenn Gerry Judy Gintberg Kalitpcll 8utte Anaconda 128Dion© Giop Wolkerville l«» Grove Dillon Sutan Hammond Si. Ignaliu Goil Han»en Dillon Doity lee Hamon Miitoula Helen Honton While Sulphur Spring Robert Hon on While Sulphur Spring John Harold Anocondo Dannetle Harrington Suite Dovid Hort Dorothy Hart Joanne Hartman Dillon Dillon Anaconda John Hilton Dillon John Hollensteiner Dillon Katherine Hopkini Dillon 130 Ronald Hopkins Dillon Beverly Hren Dillon Louis Hull ChesterRuby Huteby Sorry Huot luonno Jefferson Alberton Anocondo lodge Grots Ken Johnson Robert F. Johnston Rose Keller Anocondo Oeer lodge Sheridon 131 Icon Kettinger Dillon David King butte Montana Knipe ButteDonnette laden Dillon Ed lorson Thompson Falls Foylhe larson Alder Dixie lotich June lemrick Paul lienemann Twin Bridges Whitehall Butte Gory loving J. D. lynch Ruth Magee Hamilton Butte libby 132 IWilliam McAndrewi Dillon Woyne MeEwen Hovre Robert McChemey Sidney Jeanette McCinloy Helena Jolene Mcleon Anaconda Alice Miller Sidney Ann Mitchell Dillon Joe Mottioli Butte Jock Murphy AnocondoDove Nicl»en Dillon John Nutter Dillon Paul O'leory Anaconda Cody M. Pfou Twin Bridges 134 Bob Pemberton Horlowton Dorothy Peterson lima Suson Koy Ovitt Melrose Jacquelyn Parker Dillon Ruth Ann Patton DillonBill Poiivi© Boy Potion lorry Powell St. Ignotius Kolitpcll Stevenjvillo 135 Soroh Reed Anocondo Robert Rutt Greet Follt Noncy Sower ChoteouFronccs Schislie Clark Schlegcl Robert Swartz Dillon Sunburn Dillon 136 lindo Smith Anoconda Phyllis Sakoharo Whitefish lynn Sorenson DillonKarin Stanford Wayne Stanford Sharon Stetter Deer Lodge Hamilton Valier Karen Strandberg Helena Carl Slubber! We»t Yellowstone Terry Sullivan Suite 137 Robert Thomas Butte Doris Thummo Dillon Thomos Tomosini Pleasant Hill, Calif.Maureen Twomey Butte Steve Valentine Helena Gary Wallace Great Fall Judy Wallace Whitehall Violet Wangerin Deer lodge Darlene Wheeler Butte Norman Wheeler Dillon leigh Wildey Connor Betty Willis BelfryPhyllis Woirhoye Livingston tindo Zimmer Sidney Wollcr Zimmer Sidney Eleonor Zimmerman Helena Linda Zimmerman Columbia FallsCLASS OF 1971 ClASS OFFICERS President: Steve Wilton Vice Pretidcnt: Carol Moloney Secretory: Jan Prinkki Ethel 8acut Dillon Miki Bates Anaconda Dove Bcotty Anocondo Gory Benton Butte Sharon Boucher Opportunity Alon Bull Butte Vicky 8urch Stevcnsville Joseph Campbell Butte 140Roil Corncil Deer lodge Rick Cornieh Butte Jennifer Craig Helena Jo Dellwo Chateau Patricia Dodge Dixon Terrie Doran Butte Gayle Engholm Great Foil Anita Engstrom Helena linda Felton Missoula Richard Forcella Butte Terry Fosbery Kalispell John Fred Helena Ilona Freemaif Anaconda Pot Froehlich Helena Barry Groce Kolispell Thomas Grayson Dillon Henry Hanson Missoula Rita Hannon Anoconda Richord Heuscher Browning Alma Hill lodge Grass 141Evelyn Hilton St. Ignatius James Horner Ronon Gory Howey Musselshell Jonice Johnson Dutton Joon Johnson Butte llene Jones limo Dovid Kieckbutth Con rod Undo Kramer Wibaux Garry Larson Libby Beverly le Prowse Butte Bill Lester Somers 142lindo loving Wagner Kathy Mahoney Botto Gloria McAndrcwt Dillon Nancy McDonald Frcnehtown BiJI McGrow Sond Coulee Karen McKay Anoconda William Mcleod Butte Coy McMorrit Dillon Sherry McMorrit Dillon lindo Meyer Deer lodge 143 John Molendyke AnacondaMichael Monaghan Libby Linda Moran Butte Linda Morris Butte Edwino Neild Townsend Sister Elizabeth Olsen Butte Rick Olsen Ft. Shaw Loren Osier Eureko Ceroid Parson Anaconda Mary Richards Glen John Ries Butte 144John R! lccrt Greot Fall Kenneth Rickert Conrad Daniel Rock Albcrton Jane Rohret Butte Undo Sadoiki Butte Mourita Sandvig Dillon Robert Schwend Melitone Dove S ott Townsend Donn Short Whit Sulphur Springs Undo Sipes Stevensville I 145Carlo Siphert Steventville Dcnnii Stanford Hamilton George Stewart lot Vego», Nev. Mike Sullivan Kalitpell Ken Toylor Hamilton Kothleen Tayne Dillon Undo Tomojini Pleaiont Hill, Calif. Jerry Towniend Dillon Tom Troyer Anaconda Jerome Tun Horlowtown 146Andy Vondolah Dillon Brenda Wolih Butt Gladys Wongerin Deer lodge Randy Wiedmeier Kolispell •Carlo Wilhelm Bo He Darrel Williams Heleno Dennis Willioms Dillon Karen Willioms Bolte Steve Wilson Son lorenzo. Colif. Agnes Witt Romsey 147148149 1. I wonder if he'll lei me tmoke hit pipe? 4. Who! if it doetn't come off?ll150 CLASS OFFICERS President: Bill Donahuo Vico President: Ty Cotton Secretory: Mortho Pederson Morgrette Able Miles City Andy Andorson Dillon William Bartholomew Butte Toni Benson Plains Borb Berberet Toston Steve Bcrtclscn Libby Anna Morie Billedeou lov Vcgos, Nevada Roy 8oksich Butte CLASS OF 1972Kothy Brown Dillon Soro Compboll Butte Trudee Copehort Azusa, Colif. George Corter Rhilisburg Mory Ann Corter Butte lyndo Childers Shelby Roberto Chism Dillon Mory Jo Clork Kolitpcll Jo Ellen Cleory Divide Dione Clemow Jackson James Cook libby Charlene Conwoy Browning Bobbi Cole Victor lindo Dawson Twin Bridges Joan Detger Townsend Bill Dewald Alberton Bill Donahue Anaconda John Donnelly Greot Foils John Ounovon Belt Kathy Dorr Great Foils 151Randy Dorrington libby John Douglai Deer lodge Agnet Drake Dillon Kathy Drinvillo Clinton Deboroh Etiwiler Great Falls Tim Evons Townsend lono Fairchild Hamilton Dan Flynn Helena 152I Dick Gorliih 8ultc Edward Gill libby Waller Gloie Butlc Pom Glover Polion Jo Ann Gyga Alexandria. Virginia Kothy Hatt Hamilton Oovid Honton Dillon George Honjon Superior 153154 Marjorie Hoyne Fairfield Rich Herman Dillon Jan Hewitt Colombia Foil Joyce Hitchcot! Hamilton Elizabeth Hitchen Butte Shirley Idlemon Billing Elaine Jennison Butte Sandra Jimiton ShelbyJconno Johnson Alberton Joan Johnson Chorlo Oonno Jonct Melrose Sieve Jones Sheridan Mike Kahoc Philipsburg Kothie Keller Poison Gail Keltz Deer lodge Dennis Kendoll Anaconda 155Jim King Colombo! Alice Klokken Dillon CHfi» Krofl Chorlo Jim lono Helena Max laphom Dillon Norm larten Miitoola Terri lee Steventville Ron lehnerl Choteoo Joe lindotka Dillon Bonnie liva Be Mo 156Vicki Loney Greet Foils Shori Loucks Redstone Chuck Lucero Greet Fells Linde Modson Dillon lindo Monuel Foirfield Barbara Morich Thompson Fells Dove Morsh Dillon Gory Martin Miles City Morshall Marlin Florence Roberta McCabe Anaconda 157Sujon McEldery Dillon luanne MtGrow Sond Coulee Brenda Meredith Ano ondo Trudy Meyer Steveniville Potti Molen Grcot Foil lorry Mougoy Bozeman linda Muggcnburg Horlowton Max Munjell Baker Chrijtine Neill Stanford Kim Nelson Power Tim Ncjj Bremerton, Wash. 158Ron Nicholas Anacondo Shelley Norris Sherman Oaks. Colif. Karen O'Farrell Suite Undo Osier Eureka Marlho Pederson St. Ignatius Gene Posivio St. Ignatius Joseph Prokop Dillon Colette Quilling Sidney JoAnn Redfern Butte Pauline Reinhardt Great Falls Eugene Richardson Dillon 159160 Doug Sabo Choleau Richard Seltzer Great Fall John Setlrich Anaconda Pool Schwitow Towniend Margaret SieHema Dillon Freddy Simonien Victor Peggy Smoil Ennit Carolyn Smolo Steveniville Dole Sprout Towniend Eileen Spurlock DarbyJohn Stcnion Butte Chorlet Strong Anocondo Marty Struznik Butte Shirley Swartz Clinton Ted Taylor Harlowton 161Cyndie Te ch Choleoo Tercso Thomot Dccrlodge John Thompson Butte Bill Woll Helena Joe Warren Butte Jessie Wholen St. Ignatius Kathy Wheeler Dillon Craig William Helena Jim William Butte Ruth Wood Corvalli Michele Wright Anchoroge, Alaska Theresa Bock Butte Cyndie Horttell Anaconda 162We, the Chinook Staff of 1970, dedicate this page to the memory of a friend and fellow student, Patty Rouse, who lost her life in an automobile accident during the summer of 1969. Although she had attended Western for only a short time, Patty was known and respected by many of Western's students and faculty members. 23rd PSALM 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 prepares! 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 forever. We, the Chinook Staff extend our deepest sympathies to the parents of Ronald Dudley. Ronald was a sophomore at Western winter quarter. He died May 1970.CLASS OF 1973 ClASS OFFICERS President: Ted Hayes Vice President: Tom Arnot Secretary: Laurie Garry Bill Albrecht Great Falls Tim Anderson Great Falls lolo Anglin Tendoy, Idaho Joan Applegate Helena Mory Barrett Oillon Jim Botzloff Gardiner Myro Jeon Bauer Charlo John Bauman Victor 164Shelc Bergeson Kolispell Nancy Block Great Falls Mory Blake Beach, North Dakota Roymond Blire Dillon Vicky Blunn G.-eol Falls Rick Borden Charlo Kenneth Boyer Anaconda Arlene Bremer Fairfield Doug Brown Redding, Calif. Jeffrey Brown Socramenlo, Calif. Solly Buckles Boulder Richard Burch Stavensville Donny Comm Mt. View, Calif. Virginia Carman Deer lodge Norman Casagrando Butte Fay Chappell Greot Falls David Charlton Roundup Josephine Chivers Helena Jeanne Clork lima Bob Clucos lima 165Donald Colbert Dillon Cecil Conway Browning Thereto Corey Choleou Jim Cox Deer Park, Wash. Debbie Crompton Dillon Dove Crenshow St. Regis Cothy Crosier Dillon Becki Crum Anaconda Jennifer Cuddy Thompson Foils Julie Dagnall Townsend Kathleen Dovis St. Regis 166Rotolie Kay Davit Dofby Dallas Day Sleventville Slav Day Sleventville Donna Delaney Dillon Kothleen Doty Grcot Fallt Kay Dctton Doll Woyne Dkkgraber Helena Craig Duboit Stanford Erin Erkmon Dillon Vickie Edwards Great Fallt Moryloo Egon Great Foils 167Willord Eichler Red lodge 168 Don Ekert Creel Foil More EUer Sheridan Elaine Erickton Torkio Bob Ettill Anaconda Tom Eilill Anocondo Karen Fagerland Bigfork laRae Fike Anaconda Pot Fitzpotrick Butfe Ronald Foot Troy Jolene Frey Great Foil  Morvin Furnondiz Jackion Franco Gordner Grcol Foil louric Gorry Dillon JodyGenger Fairfield Bill Gibion Shoridon Jackie Glenney Roundup Gory Goebel Butte Bonnie Gould Miitoulo Shirley Gronde Helena leChel Grimm Victor Michael Grogan Oil Ion 169Greg Habel Dutton 170 Ken Hojek Big Timber Maxine Honkins Fort Benton Louise Hannon Darby Sue Hordowoy Great Foll« Koy Horris St. Ignatius Claudio Harshner lima Roseann Hortford Alder Roger Houg Everett, Wash. Steven Hougen Ronon Ted Hayes Deer lodgeMichael Heophy Anaconda Teresa Heidi Butte Bill. Heigh Helena Don Hill Butte Dorothy Hogan Dillon Mary Hogitrom Roundup Carole Homan Dillon Sheri Horsfall Anaconda Ken Howe Butte George Hucke Fallon, New. Beth Hulel Dillon 171Steve Hole! Dillon 172 Pot Hurley Heleno Gail James Dillon Brent Johnson Jackson Charlotte Johnson Deer lodge Harlon Johnson Corvollis Myrno Johnson Hamilton Beth Jones Ennis Debra Kegel Fort Benton Mark Kelly Three Forks Colette King Missoula Karen Knight AvonLoDonno Knocpflc Deer lodge Algie Knutson Roundup Moftin Kroutcr Fanwood, N.J. Terry Kubis Shelby Kofhryn lombcrt Stevensville Shoron lamoreux Hamilton Chorlet laming Dillon John larson Roundup Susan larson Thompson Foils Marilyn ledger Deer lodge Karen loTempt Three Forks lindo liddell Anaconda - 173Terry lindgren Joliet CliH loney Salem, Ore. MicKoel longocre Towntend Roionne lot Greot Foil Marjorie lyiKh Great Fallt Kathy Madden Boulder Harry Manert Anaconda Kenneth Moiterton Hamilton 174Gwendolyn Mottfield Roundup Vicki Motthewt Corom Bernard McCarthy Anaconda Cheryl McClure Dixon Dorothy McConnell Roundup Corot McDcrmid Avon Nancy Ann McDonald Twin Bridget Sondi McOmber Fairfield Alice Merrifield Bear Creek Steve Metcalfe Roundup Renoe Middlemiit Oixon 175Mary Ellen Miller Forf Shaw Gary Moore Helena Peggy Munch libby John Murphy Helena Candace Murray Anaconda There»o Newlon Dillon Karen Nicld Idaho Foils, Idaho Barbara Niemeyer Hoi Springs Peggy Novotny Missoula Don Olsen Fort Show Tony Palm Anaconda Kent Paulson Outlook 176Keith Peorion Chorlo John Dedmon Drummond John Pfijter Roundup Roylcen Pike Fairfield Goil Poland Anocondo Bobbeo Proff Dutton Michoel Reo Geraldine Kennard Reol Bird Garryowen 177Joon Rcbich Dillon Keren Rennoker Dorby Judith Roodornel Three Fork Sondi Robbint Choteou lindo Roesli Butte Ellen Roscnleof Anaconda Korin Rustvold Great Falls Noncy Rotten Great Falls Pete Salle Anaconda Jonelle Schmidt leodore, Idoho Kathy Scott Fairfield Sondie Scott Twin Bridges Wesley Scott Fort Benton Fred Seorte Butte Bloke Sevolited Wise River Mark Shafer Columbia Falls lucindo Sheldon Helena Jeonne Shipton Three Forkt Jon Silve Fairfield Shirley Simonten Hamilton Alan Skolsky Steventville Denite Smith Dillon Sutie Soremen Great Fall Nancy Stavonja Anocondo 179Cory Station Harlowton Don Stinton Dillon Jody Stone Sheridan Wode Stoot Dillon Mike Slrkkling Gilchrill, Ore. Pomelo Jo Strupp. leadore, Idaho Rick Strubrod Everett, Wo»h. Maureen Sullivan Butte Barbora Summon Stevemville Chri Toylor Great Falk Tim Toyne Dillon 180lorraine Thiel Dillon Worren Thiel Dillon lin Ja lee Thompson Deer lodge Jim .Tolmon Frenchlown Potty Tomoskie Helena Susan Toole Maxwell Clyde Troughber Dillon Cheryl Urick Metros lindo Voss Corvallis Doug Watson Deer Pork, Wash. James Weothermon Anoconda Barbara Wehler Dillon Morie Welch Anaconda Scott Wholey Townsend 181Marjorie Wi ko Wibaux 182 John William Butfe Marlene William Dillon Jerry Willi Salem, Oregon Cathy Wilton Deer lodge Anito Wite Roundup Sutan K. York Seattle, Wathingfon Bob Young Deer Park, Wathingfon GoryYoupee BrocktonADVERTISEMENTSA SPECIAL MESSAGE TO HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS INTERESTED IN TEACHING CAREERS ... WESTERN OFFERS THESE DEGREES: Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education This degree qualifies you to instruct kindergarten through ninth grades Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education This degree qualifies you to teach grades seven through twelve Master of Science in Education A Fifth Year Program for the Professional Certificate OR, IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN OTHER CAREERS, WESTERN OFFERS: A two-year curriculum in Business Education A two-year General College Course One and two-year Pre-Professional courses preparing for entrance into professional schools ACCREDITATION Western Montana College is a member of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education and the Association of State Colleges and Universities. It is accredited by the Montana State Board of Education, ex-officio Regents of the 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 184 Dillon, Montana 59725ACCOMODATIONS 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 185 DILLON. MONTANA 59725We Please the Hard to Please BEAVERHEAD LAUNDRY DRY CLEANERS Phone 683-5522 First in Personal Service Dillon, Montana PETERSON DRUG Dillon, Montana Where We Believe “Service to humanity is the best work of Life.” ANTHONY’S THE DILMART Stereo for Car and Home Fashion Store for Students 8 Track and Cassette Tapes Color T.V. Radios Dillon, Montana Dillon, Montana 186 STAMM JEWELERS DEE’S FABRICS 1892 Our 78th Year 1970 Serving Southwestern Montana with Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds, Silverware, and Related Lines as Well as Dependable Repair Service Latest in Fashionable Fabrics Knits and Sweater Bodies Western Patterns Helpful Sewing Hints W. F. Koeneke — Helen A. Koeneke Dillon, Montana- Dillon GRACIE’S MEGQUIER HARDWARE Dillon THE PAWN SHOP Ranch Supply Hardware Buy, Sell, Trade Anything 140 W. Bannack Street Dillon, Montana Bolts Rope Chain Handles ISABELLA’S DRESS SHOP D. I. CO. For Something New and Different come to Isabella's Dress Shop Dillon Established in 1886 Phone 683-4466 Dillon, Montana 187SNEEDS SPORTING GOODS 130 No. Montana St. Phone 683-4540 Dillon, Montana Owner, H. L. Sneed Fishing — Hunting — Golf — Boating Baseball — Football — Basketball — Skiing Reloading — Honda — Tennis — Archery JOHNSON’S WARNER HI-WAY GROCERY FOOD STORE Open 7 days a week 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Dillon Dillon, Montana Phone 683-2319 10 So. Montana St. Dillon, Montana "Phone For Food" BEAVERHEAD LUMBER COMPANY Building Materials Coal and Wood 2 East Reeder Street or Phone 683-2276 188CAMPUS BOOKSTORE Nancy Larson, Manager We supply all of your campus needs Western Montana College Dillon IBEY CONSTRUCTION CO. Dillon, Montana KINGSBERRY HOMES PRE BUILT UNDER FACTORY CONDITIONS DELIVERED TO YOUR LOT AND FOUNDATION PRICED FROM $8,500 TO $20,000 Kingsberry brings you the century's greatest advancement In homo bu ld.ng. A pre-built home, completely finished inside end out. You know whet you're getting for your money before you buy. See your dealer for pictures, plans and all details. KINGSBIRRY WfST A DIVISION Of D BOISE CASCADE Plants at Salt lake City, Pocatello. Meridian and Post Falls LOVELY TO LIVE IN - EASY TO OWN MITCHELL DRUG We Extend Hearty Welcome to all W.M.C. Students Phone 683-2316 Dillon 189 Montana’s Most Modern Department Store Compliments of BUTTE BUSINESS MACHINES 101 E. Broadway Butte, Montana Your Dealer for Olympia Typewriters in this area the store where your dollar will do the most Dillon Locally Owned Dillon BOB and LOIS DODD Phone 683-4412 Nationally Organized PETERSLIE TRAILER SALES 3625 Harrison Ave. Everything in Mobile Homes Camp Trailers and Horse Trailers Phone 723-6522 Butte, Montana 32 E. Granite Butte 59701 Phone 792-1281 FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE INC. Formerly Beaverhead Madison Agency Box 1108 Phone 683-5361 Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your.Money Back Richard Rankin, Manager Dillon, Montana 59725 190JACK’S MARKET CROC . ♦ at VIGILANTE ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC. Owned by Those We Serve in Rural Southwestern Montana Quality Foods Dillon Dillon, Montana CO-OP SUPPLY, INC. DEALERS IN DILLON Petroleum Products Tires — Batteries Hardware Fencing Supplies Dillon, Montana 191THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Dillon’s Full Service Bank 1880- 1970 The City And The Bank Are Celebrating Their 90th Anniversary Together Affiliated with Northwest Bancorporation Member F.D.I.C.TOWN PUMP Montana's Fastest Growing Home-Owned Independent Oil Company Dillon, Montana Compliments of OSSELLO’S Congratulating the Class of "70" 926 So. Arizona Butte, Montana Compliments of TREASURE STATE SPORTING GOODS 18 West Park Street Butte, Montana Bob Worley, Don Miles and Jim Wedin STATE BANK AND TRUST CO. Your Friendly Home Owned Bank of Dillon, Montana Member of F.D.I.C. Their husbands attend WMC: Susan Rebish, Karen Swartz, Kathy Driscoll, Arlene McEnaney 193 A WMC BoosterDILLON PORTRAIT STUDIO Keep Your Treasury of Golden Memories in Professional Portraits, Color Prints, Enlargements. Phone 683-2741 Dillon, MontanaFree Pickup and Delivery PARISIAN CLEANERS Phone 683-2801 14 North Washington Dillon, Montana "Sanitone Certified Master Drycleaner" You Hear It Everywhere “It Pays to Shop at Penney’ " ft ennetff ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY m Cash, Charge, or Layaway DILLON DILLON OFFICE SUPPLY Everything for the Student" 24 South Idaho Dillon, Montana 195KENTUCKY CASH Compliments of CLUB BAR "Your Friendly Tavern” Headquarters For Sportsmen and Ranchers Dillon, Montano The place to buy snacks and cold pop. Open 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Daily Dillon, Montana ‘Happy Motoring 636 S. Atlantic Jim Orr Dillon, Montana Phone 683-2295 SOUTHMONT TRACTOR COMPANY Box 1032 Dillon, Montana Phone 683-2781 Specialized Farming Equipment New Holland — Hesson Swathers Meyer Ditchers Farm Hand and Kirshmer Allis Chalmers Ford Tractors and equipment McCracken bros. YOUR WESTERN WEAR HEADQUARTERS H Bar C slacks, shirts, and suits NOCONA — TONY LAMA — JUSTIN COWTOWN — ACME cowboy boots Dillon, Montana WARREN THEATERS, INC. GAVIN Sheridan, Montana RIO Stevensville, Montana ROBERTA Dillon, Montana GOLDEN HORN Missoula, Montana SKYLINE DRIVE-IN Dillon, Montana PEAVEY COMPANY Your Complete Agricultural Supply Center Feeds — Fertilizer — Seed — Chemicals — Twine Custom services include: grinding, rolling, pelleting, spraying, and weighing. Custom Feed Formulating and Processing Dillon, Montana THROCKMORTON’S RADIO TV “Where music is the only word" Good Luck, Seniors! Dillon, Montana 197ROBERT’S FOOD, INC. We encourage all people to support our college as . . . We believe — industry — commerce — government — art — the sciences — and all other professions, including our whole way of life, depend upon the quality of your education. Dillon, Montana HAZEL’S STYLE SHOP WILLIAMS FEED, INC. Feed — Seeds — Fertilize. If It’s New, You'll Find It At Hazel's WILLIAMS LAWN GARDEN CENTER Andrus Hotel Building DILLON Everything For Complete Lawn Care Dillon, MontanaBEAVERHEAD GLASS PAINT Windshield Installed While You Wait Dillon, Montana CLUB ROYAL The Fun Spot Best Music Around Every Wednesday, Friday Saturday Nites 1 Mile No. of Dillon — Highway 91 SAGA 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. Dillon, Montana Sid Bauer; Food Service Director Western Montana College 199THE CRESTON MOTEL Courtesy Coffee in your room. Individual Heat AAA Room Phones TV For Restin’ Try Creston Dillon, Montana 335 So. Atlantic Phone 683-2341 Harry and May Anne Smart, owners E. K. LLOYD LAUNDERETTE The cleanest coin-op laundry 15 Maytags and 3 G.E. Washers 10 large natural gas dryers Plenty of tables for study and room to work your clothes. A W » island of retr "’ 0' Delivery Service "Go" Orders Dillon, Montana The Softest Water in Town EDUCATION ° rs p|ZZA CHICKEN FISH A large variety of drinks and sandwiches Open all winter Dillon, Montana W.M.C. students always welcomeYOU'RE WASTING YOUR TIME Yes, the time you've spent and will spend in school is wasted unless you find a job that turns you on and makes good use of your education. Today in the Anaconda Company there are 40,000 employees— people of varied and complex skills. They are members of a dynamic industry, performing an important job and making good use of their education. The future will rest in the hands of the same kind of good, capable people. Not only our industry, but every component that makes America great, looks to our schools and colleges for technically qualified people of talent and skill. They will share in the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. In America, under our Free Enterprise system, the choice of a career is YOURS to make. Whatever you choose, may success be yours. THE ANACONDA COMPANY "A Partner in Montana's Progress"STANDARD LUMBER AND COAL COMPANY Fuller Paints and Varnishes Shop Materials and Specialties Phone 683-5521 Dillon, Montana ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Mrs. A. Saito Dillon Portrait Studio Fred Bridenstine Bridenstine Photo STUDENTS! Save 25% on car insurance. GOOD STUDENT DISCOUNT! If you’re under 25, unmarried, and have a B everage or better, check Farmers new money-saving plan! FARMERS INSURANCE GROUP 33 North Idaho Dillon, Montana 202 STEPHENS GREENHOUSE FLORAL Greenhouse Floral 508 Kentucky Ave. Dillon, Montana Phone 683-2684 Teleflorist Corsages a Specialty BEAVERHEAD Bar Supply Company Drink Great Fall Select Montana's own finest beer Dillon, Montana THE SUNDOWNER Queen-sized beds Direct-dialing phones Combination baths Reasonable rates Air-conditioning and Individual heat Cable T V. Dillon, MontanaA helping hand We re helping education in Montana on many fronts. Our taxes for education purposes come to about $4,500,000 a year. In addition we give scholarships, help in research programs and our employees are active in aiding education through PTA's, and on boards and committees. We think you students are worth it. Your Friends at THE MONTANA POWER COMPANY 203 Montana’s Finest Department Store Butte and Helena, Montana You'll find everything here 204 SOUTHERN MONTANA ABSTRACT TITLE COMPANY Dillon, Montana Scars Authorized Catalog Sales Merchant owned and operated by AL AND JO ANN SHOWPROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Dr. R. D. Romers Dentist Phone 683-2671 Dillon Drake, Gustafson Associates Architects Billings, Montana W. G. Gilbert, Jr. Attorney and Counselor Dillon, Montana Dr. John B. McCollum Dentist Phone 683-5312 Dillon Dr. E. D. Evans Dentist Phone 683-4491 Dillon Frank M. Davis Attorney Dillon, Montana Dr. W. E. Monger Osteopathic Physician Phone 683-4421 Dillon Dr. R. J. English Optometrist Phone 683-2611 Dillon Dr. J. C. Linduska Dentist Phone 683-2861 DillonMeet Your Friends at NED-EVA LANES Bowling Snack Bar Beer Lounge Phone 683-5551 Dillon, Montana ANDRUS HOTEL 60 Units With or Without Baths Venture Room Phone 683-2344 Dillon, Montana ROTARY CLUB OF DILLON “Congratulations, W.M.C. 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