University of Montana Western - Chinook Yearbook (Dillon, MT)
- Class of 1973
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bwk . .EDITORIAL BOARD
Barbara Briney, editor
Miss Blanche McManus, advisor
Evelyn Brandel Mary Alyce Devine Mary Drabbs Kim Nelson Sandy Hergett Dave Charlton Mary Ann Tower Sue Osborn Ann Sandstrom Rochelle Malloy Vicki Willis Lark Morris Judy Bandelier
Dillon Portrait Studio Bridenstine Photography Mike Smith Bob Rase Pete Arnot
1 tgaouS o en igetic actions: Liveliness.WALK EG MANKIND
15With Friday night's Pep Rally, Western’s 1972 Homecoming was off to a fine start. The parade Saturday had a great turnout with the many colorful and imaginative floats designed by various clubs. The day was cold and gray, but our boys and the audience put up an enthusiastic battle against the rival. Carroll.
Eleven gracious coeds participated in the 1972 Homecoming Queen Activities. Delighted, smiling Arlene Bremer received top honors. The first runner-up title went to Lois Bradshaw. The candidates were: Arlene Bremer. Senior Class: Lois Bradshaw. Sophomore Class; Bonnie Patrick. Pemm Club; Char Ford. AWS; Judy Denny, Junior Class; Sandy Tash, Rodeo Club; Mary Nelson. Music Club; Rochelle Malloy. I.A. Club; Carolyn Crosser, "M" Club; Elaine Totten. Circle K; and Donna Burwell. Freshman Class.
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During the summer of 1972, the Gargoyle Club presented "The Girl in the Freudian Slip" by William F. Brown. It was also presented Autumn quarter with a change in cast. Vicky (Blunn) Gemmell was replaced by Mary Drabbs, and Craig Williams was replaced by Monty Hankinson. The action in this play represents the "insane" situation which results when a psychiatrist attempts to rid himself of an emotional attraction to a female patient through psycho-drama.
Dr. Dewey Maugham, a psychiatrist.......................John Musgrove
Paula Maugham, his wife..................................Betty Barnes
Leslie Maugham, their daughter...........................Vicky Blunn
Mr. Wellman, a psychiatric patient.......................Craig Williams
Dr. Alec Rice, another psychiatrist .........................John Ries
Barbara Leonard, a former patient of Dr. Maugham .........Jean TarbetBetty Barnes, a local resident who has acted in several plays at WMC, was selected to participate in the Irene Rand Scholarship division of the Regional Festival of the American College Theatre at Ogden. Utah. She was one of six from the entire Rocky Mountain Region.
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Tennessee Williams' "The Glass Menagerie" was again produced on Western’s stage for autumn entertainment. This production was in competition with several other productions throughout this region.
Amanda. ex-Southern belle and deserted wife, nags her son. Tom, into inviting home a gentleman caller (Jim) for her shy. crippled daughter. Laura. After Amanda discovers that Jim is engaged, she argues with Tom. Tom leaves Amanda and Laura, who is unable to function except in the protection of her fragile world of glass, in St. Louis.
Amanda (the mother)......................................Betty Barnes
Tom (her son)..................................... Mike Miller
Laura (her daughter) .....................................Mary Drabbs
Jim (the gentleman caller).....................John Musgrove
Mike Millerou town
The final endeavor of the year by the Gargoyles was the fine production of the play "Our Town.”
A varied amount of talent and skills are needed to produce a play of outstanding portrayal. As such is seen in these pictures.23WANm RBGNS
What better way is there to express the patriotic splendor of a nation than by the 1973 Miss Western Pageant under the theme of "Patriotic Fantasty."
The celebration began with the evening gown competition. Leading the girls on the stage was Mary Rolandson. Following her were Amelia Redhorn. Patti Hale, Wanda Thumma, Dixie Tyler, Pam Lepley, Kristy Judd, Gail Evans, and Rochelle Malloy.
Talent competition followed. Then, finally, the results. The Talent Trophy winner was Wanda Thumma. Miss Congeniality. as voted by the contestants, was Gail Evans.
Tenseness blanketed the auditorium while the queen and her court were revealed. Third runner-up: Dixie Tyler. Second runner-up: Patti Hale. First runner-up: Rochelle Malloy. Beaming with surprise, Miss Wanda Thumma was crowned as the Miss Western choice for this patriotic fantasy.
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The 1972-1973 concert season introduced an exciting repertory of entertainment to WMC including chamber music, ballet, and opera.
27TUB GRASS ROOTS
Local young people '7001" for the Grass Roots, a part of Western's "Big Name Entertainment" at the 1972 Homecoming.
28WMC Intercollegiate Rodeo
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35FOOTBALL Won 3 Lost 5
3 Ricks College 6
7 Treasure Vally 26
16 Montana Tech 30
28 Eastern Montana 14
54 Rocky Mountain 15
7 Montana State JV 38
13 Carroll College 30
28 Snow College 7
BASKETBALL Won 16 Lost 12
55Westminster 69 E. Washington 77 Lewis-Clark 95Lewis-Clark 80 Westminister 71 Southern Utah 82Vaughn Realty 95 Vaughn Realty
39 U. of Montana 7
0 Utah State 47
21 Eastern 27
12 Montana 32
12 Mesa College 26
30 Snow College 26
30 Eastern Utah 18
18 Ricks 33
42 Rocky 13
9 Eastern 30
16 NWCC Powell 29
6 Ricks 40
39 Northern 15
15 Eastern 33
36 Northern 12
30 Rocky 24
95 College of Idaho 67
53 College of Idaho 60
96 Rocky 77 BASKETBALL
70Tech 75 Won 7 Lost 2
77 Carroll 65
63Rocky Mountain 70 WMC OPP.
70Rocky Mountain 79
90 Northern Montana 68 66 Flathead 44
77 Northern Montana 70 31 U. of Montana 33
80Tech 68 65 Carroll 26
92 Eastern Montana 100 27 Montana "A" 39
75 Northern Montana 86 80 Northern 31
78 Tech 70 62 Carroll 11
93 Carroll College 87 56 Rocky Mountain 20
111 Eastern Montana 87 52 Montana ‘‘B" 18
91 Eastern Montana 89 53 Dawson C.C. 33
77 Carroll College 70
91 Eastern Montana 89
83 Eastern Montana 91
76 Eastern Montana 77 39Front row. L. to Ft.: Tom Willis. Bill Hannah, Don Schumacher. Joe Markovich. Dennis Patton. Mike Sward, Keith Clawson. Terry Graham. Bil Schlepp. John Gonser. Kevin Fagerland. Keith Stansberry. Tony Ciapusci. Jon Konen. Sieve Skinner. Doug Miller. Coach Gene McKcever. Second row. Ed Warren. Dennis Penning, Blake Sevaistad. Dave Crenshaw. Brad Vming, Shayne Morns. A1 Cutler. Stan Svensrud. Harry Egan. Scott Cornell. Ty Cotton. Jin Davidson. Mike Battaida. Dan Eide. Ron Nau. Mike Dryden, Jerry Jette. Jim Corr Third row Lonnie Oakland. Dean Marquardt. Pat Washburn. Jack Rhodes. Mike Garrity. Ray Killian. LaVarr Ziegler. Richard Hucke. Ron Banks. Wayne Loeffler. Ted Richards. Al Hansen. George Hucke. John Van8urger. Bob Gonzales, Dennis Fisher.
42Left: Godfrey aims one for a score.
Middle: Clint Rouse adds another point for Western.
Right: Leroy Armstrong also adds a point on the scoreboard. Bottom: Mark Winans gets an easy one.WRESIUN
Back ro-w. L to ft. Jeff Teague. Steve Rossberg, Tim Bailweber. Ron Banks. Mark Hansen, Dave Hartman. Dennis Decker. Front row. L. to ft: Dale Sumner. Chuck Evans. Coach Dennis Fisher. Miko Davis. Dennis Johnson.
444546Front row: Dan EkJe. Chuck Evans. Date Kreiger. Rick rtnand. Skip Butler. Loren Loo. Bill Muhraney. KeBy Anglin. Jim Cox. Back row:Julian Brinson III. Lyn Gallick. Grog Frost. Stove Ffost. Brian Webber. Terry Souhrada. Kelty Flynn. Jim Maghee. Terry Vanderpan. Algie Knutson. Gary Rankin. Mark Rice. Kent Paulson. George Lots.
L. to R: Shelia Franey. Mary Curtis. Janet Stout. Bonnie Morrow. Diane Franklin. Jackie Taylor. Jody Jacobsen. Sberi Horstall. Dixie Tyter.
WMC 15 15
MSU '•B" 8 7
WMC 10 12
MSU "A" 15 15
WMC 15 16
Carrol 8 14
WMC 15 15
Carrol 6 4
WMC 8 15
MSU "A" 15 13
WMC 15 15
MSU “A" 3 2
WMC 15 15
MSU ••B” 0 5
50Left: Sheri Horsfall trying to block a shot Right Dixie Tyler checks out an opponent.
Top row: Janet Stout. Mary Curtis. Shelia Franey. Dixie Tyler. Pat Davis. Sheri Horsfall. Diane Franklin. Bottom row: Bonnie Morrow. Karen Nelson. Judy Jacobsen. Donna Seymore.
GODFREY SAUNDERS First Team
MARK W1NANS First Team
JAMES ALLEN Honorable Mention
LEROY ARMSTRONG Honorable Mention
William StraughJACK RHODES First Team
BLAKE SELVALSTAD First Team
RONNAU First Team
TY COTTON Second Team
KEITH STANSBERRY First Team
AL CUTLER First Team
BRADVINING First Team
BOB GONZALEZ Second Team
GEORGE HUCKE Second Team
TONY CIAPUSCI Second Team
JOE MARKOVICH Second Team
575859The intramural program this year was a great success. The program ranged from football to horse shoes. This year’s program had more students participating to make the program a very enjoyable one for everybody.
Standing. L. to R. Mrs. Brown (Advisor). Marian L oh man, Bonnie Morrow. Bdlle Heigh, Mary Curtis. Donna Mendenhall Behind table: Susie Osborn. Vicki Gemmeti. Mary Wehler Ragsdale. Citf Hoopes In forefront: Barb Briney. Sandy
Hergett. Vicki Bowman.
Advisor (Mrs. Brown) and Editor (Marian L oh man) consult.WRA
The Women's Recreation Association is open to all women students. Volleyball is one of many sports, which offers fun and competition.
Viowing student art work Is President Kathy Madden and advisor Mr. Brienza.
MEMBERS INCLUDE. From tett to right Oarling Belle Nokes. Kevin Haney. Mr. Brienza. Annette Blaskovich. Julie Eighorn. Kathy Madden, and Gary ClarkAll the women on the campus belong to this club The Members in the Picture are at Random: Lynn Enos. Betty Gonzales. Judy Paul. Barb Olson. Sue Seelye. Paulette Eccieston, Cindy Smith. Patti Haynes. Margaret Lattin. Mary Orabbs, Lark Morris. Mary Francisco. Karen Weber. Connie Juden. Loretta Lindsey. Linda Hale. Carey Corem. Patty Hale. Kathy Olson. Elaine Totten. Sharon Field. Laurie Schroeder. Gad Evans. Laurie Frey. Pat Lange. Rochelle Malloy. Ann Gehring. Lois Johnson. 8onnie Patrick. Mary Ann Oeltwo. JuUo Eighorn. Anette Blaskovich. Kelly Caliantine. Pam Lepley. Dorothy Rice. Char Jelinck. Linda Tellesch, Lois Bradshaw, Colette King. Sane Horgett. Shirley Tomaskie. Kathy Eder. Kathy Nietche. Patti Biggs. Janet Kochis. Judy Bandeiier. Amelia Red horn. Linda Osborne. Candi Lazzari. Linda Liddell. Ja nolle Schmidt, and Cassy McCurry
Dean ot Women and Advisor: Mrs. Carmody
Officers of AWS are: T. to B: President — Gail Evans. Vice President — Patty Haynes. Secretary — Elaine Totten. Treasurer — Sharon Field. ICC Representative — Lois Johnson. Dear John Editors — Bonnie Patrick and Cindy Smith.
69Handing out annuals is a busy affair and here Ann Sandstrom keeps busy.
Miss McManus, our advisor, is willing to work along with the editor Barb Briney.
THE ANNUAL STAFF CONSISTS OF: From left to right, starting with the front row: Lark Morris. Evelyn Brandel. Rochelle Malloy. Mary Drabbs. Sand. Hergett. Judy Bandolier. Vicki Willis. Mary Ann Tower. Mike Smith. Denny Gemmell. Pote Arnot, Bob Rase. Tom Marino. Kim Nelson. Dave Charlton. Barb 8rmey. Pat Campbell (from publishing co.). and Miss McManus.Sealed. L. to R. Gary Rankin, Joan McDonald. Mike Miller. Mel Rice. Cliff Heuscber, lola Anglin. Jim Cox. Clint Rouse. Standing, L. lo R Carol Willis, Mr. Stisb, Wally Feldt. Dale Chamberlain. Karon Peierson.
71Front. L. to R.: Brian Webber, Bill Schlepp. Wally Fektt, Dale Krieger. Jim Cox, Dale Chamberlain Standing. L. to R Mike Miller, Terry lindgren, Gary Geobet, Terry Rosin, Chuck Evans. Tom Tucker. Elaine Totten. Kelly Anglin. Donald Myers. Steve Ophiem. Mike Sbragia, Bert Johnson. On stairs: Rusty Kmsoy. Guy Swanson. Steve Jones. Roger Pelletier.L. to R Jennifer Cuddy. Betty Barnes. John Musgrove. Chris Taylor. Denny Gemme«. Vicki Gemme
Front row. L. to R Mr Leon Dillingham (director). Vicki Bowman. John Herr. Bil O'Connor. Rayleen Pike. Mary Nelson. Jess Cooksey. Mike Storage Socorro row. Rochelle Ma oy. Penny Pllgnm, Mike Miller. Terry Rosin. Linda Rosin. Carol Homan Mogey. Marvin Gebhardt Sack row: Debbie Duchscherer. Carol Sevaistad. Terry Hager man. Dale Chamberlain. Brenda Waklemar. Barry Naylor. Chuck Evans. Linda Osborne (accompanist)Room inspection.
Back row. L. to ft: Mrs Carmody. Sandi Hergett. Mary Ann Logan. Janet Koch s. Margaret Lattm, Dixie Tyler. Sharon. Dorothy Rice. Cathy Olson. Sitting. L. to ft: Lois Johnson. Elaine Totten. Linda Tollesch. Gail Evans. Colette King. Lark Morris
Mr. Marinkovich is the advisor for the popular Handball Club on campus.
74IMDUSIRLAL ARjq CLUB
Stated. L. to R Joel Junt. Janet King. Walt Zumbrennan. Brother Lundgren (Director). Judy Tower. Beth SthckJ.ng. Mike Striding. Elder Smith. Kathy Walker. Lots Bradshaw. Joyce Caldwell, and M.ke Sbrag.a Starring. L to R.: Linda Osborne. Sharon Sbragia. Sheryl Keller. Lemar Keiier. Wesley Scott, and Elder Thorntonfrom Lto R: Rtck Borden (Pros ). Pat Heaphy (Vice Pres ). Fred Searle (Historian). Gary Rankin. Chuck Evans. Gail Evans. 8arb Hartman Sfand'ng. front row: Sandy Felton Linda Lkfell. Anetto Blaskovich. Sandi Hergett. Rayleen Pike. Second row: Theresa Corey. Lucinda Sheldon. Linda Cotton Mary Curtis. Evelyn Brandei. Mary Ann Tower. Third row: Wesley Scott. Jennifer Cuddy (Sec.), Linda Rosin. Vk . Gemmell. Jut Eighorn, Heleen Omsburg Back row: Mel R ce. Dr Newton (Advisor), Teresa Heidi, Barb Briney. Chris Taytor.
Standing from L to R Mike Cosby. Shayne Morns. Mark Hansen. Don Bartok. Jay Meyer. Chuck Evans. Herb Cooke. Ron White. Dave Cypher Sealed Janeiie Schmtot. Lark Morns. Mary Rymes, Carey Corum. Linda Jo HaJe. Mary Gebhardt. Char Jelinek. Bonnie PatrickKneeling from left lo right: Char Ford. Elaine Totten. Merle Nelson. Mary Drabbs. Judy Denny. Caryn Brand. Lois Bradshaw. Barb Hartman. Rochelle Malloy. Gail Evans, Cindy Smith, and Barb Briney. Second row, left to right: Mary Nelson. Sue Seelye. Helene Omsberg. Connie Else. Dana Pendleton. Lark Morris. Ann Gehring, Lucy Zarr. Mary Lou Stish. Back row from left to right: Bonnie Patrick. Sand Hergett, Patty Lange. Linda Rosin. Julie Eighorn. Sue Seyter. Joan Seyter and Wanda Thuma.
Officers from left to right:
Char Ford — President Linda Rosin — President Linda Rosin— Treasurer Mary Nelson — Vice President Gail Evans — Secretary
T. to B.: Barry Naylor. Dr. Anderson. Dr. Davis. Rayteen Pike. Linda Osborne. Mike Sbragia. Bruce Brown. Bill O’Connor. Carla Knox. Nora Frank, Sharon Sbragia. Anette Blaskovich. Penny Pilgrim. Linda Rosin. Mike McGuire. Patty Haynes. Jim Cox. Chuck Evans. Judy Bandelier, Mary Ann Delwo, Mary Nelson. Mr. Dillingham.
OUTSTANDING MUSIC STUDENTS: Rayleen Pike and Bob Young.
MUSICAL GROUP — Camden: John L Dr. Anderson. Terry Hagerman. and CoxCHORUS
Artv owerJSac):v,,La"ne McGheTkl00 Fk,kl PennV PilQrim. Card Sevaistad. Lorene Love«. Eileen Jellar. Candi Lazzart. Patti Hulet. r yfrinr, Mark R.r« Thirri mu! Rir !r,nn MArri -.r.' Kafen psterson. il O’Connor. Oxle Tyler. 8ert Johnson. Date Chamberlain. Molly Jakovac, Ann Gehnng. Mark Rice. Ttvrd row: Mel Rica. Jonn Nordhagen. Barry Naylor. Linda Rosin. Patty Haynes. Marv Gobhardt. Jess Cooksey. Mr DiHingham (direc-
Front. L. to R.: Rayleen Pike ( rector president). Mary Rolandson. Pat Lange. Second row: Brenda Waidemar. Karla Know. Bruce Brown. Linda Osborne. Nora Frank. Third row: Jim Cox. Jerry Vanderpan. Judy Pauli. Mike Sbragia. Back row: Mary Nelson. Larry Busch. Mary Rymes. John Love. Mike McGuire. Terry Hagerman. Carla Wood.L. to Ft.: Gary Lanners. Wayne Leofller. Ed Benninger. Gary Rankin. AJ Cutter. Aigie Knutsen. Dale Kreiger. Brfl Schlepp. Kevin Fagerland. Tony Capucci. Scott Cornell. Ty Cotton. Dennis Patton. Dan Eide. Keith Stansberry. Jim Cox. Chuck Evans. Rick Evans. Rick Borden. Lynn Gallick. Kent Paulsen, George Hucke.
L toR. David Ugetti. Father Sullivan. Char Ford. Bill O'Connor. Connie Else. Charlie Nau. Carol Willis. Joan McDonald. Standing. Mke Manslield.
80Standing. L to R.: Sheri Horsfall. Pam Strupp. Colleen Daly. Bonnie PatncK. Cindy Smrth. Donna Mendenhall, Karen Nielsen. Pal Davis. Char Ford. Dixie Tyler Kneeling Jody Jacobsen. Janet Stool. Donna Seymour. Mary Curtis. Connie Else. Sandra Felton. Seated Pam Lepley. Donna Burweli. Gail Evans. Kathy Nietsche. Cindy SevaistadA cotortui bulletin board in the Mam Hall is the Rodeo Club bulletin board
First row. from L. to R.: John Plister (President). Pat Peterson. Sandy Tash (Sec ). Georoe Hucke (Treasurer). Mr, Walters (Advisor). Emily Gehhng Tracy GrtoQ Rochelle MaHoy. Second row: Rob Iverson. John Bowman. Tom Bramiette, Sharon Tash, Patti Else. Peggy Hogan, and Mike Srrcth Third row. Casey Stout Kelty Barrett (Vice President), Gene Bohleen. Arnold Kimmerte, Jim McGraw, and Terry Duttey.
82Standing, L to R.: Shag Bostwck, Waller Harvey. Garth Block. Jim Lynch, Mr. Alme (Sponsor). John Walk . Pete Arnot. Steven Kuftner. Bob Rase. Bruce Brown. Ray Barnes. Rick Olson. Seated. Karon LeTempt. Cathy Wilson. Susan Cameron. Cindy Ulven, Robyn Walker. Ruth Barnes. Margo Walker, Jean Tarbet.
Buying needed equipment
Back row. L. to R.: Dr Zetler. Julie Eighorn. Judy Bandolier. Anette Blaskovich. Evelyn Brandel. Gail Evans. Terry Hetticfc. Darryl Omsberg Second row: Rochelle Malloy. Ann Gehring. Kathy Branaugh, Sandy Gerleman. Front: Teresa Heidt. Linda Liddell, Teresa Corey. Lucinda Sheldon. Janello SchrrwJt.
tn (5 (rsSpur Meeting with Sue Seetye (inset).
Spur calendar ot campus activities in the sub.
Seated. L to R Mary Drabbs, Lois Bradshaw. Lucy Zarr. Vicki Willis, Cathy Konen. Kathy Larkin. Caro) Willis. Bonnie Patrick. Joan McDonald. Standing. L. to R: Caryn Brand, Laurie Schroeder. Eileen Jellar. Mary Curtis — Jr. Adv., Sharon Field. Kathy 0)sen. Wanda Thumma. Cindy Smith. Lou Stish. Sue Seelye — Pres.. Barb Bnney — Jr. Adv.
8iVicky Gemmelt — Editor Mr Gosnell — Advisor
Lett to right are: Janet Lokensgard. Gail Nelson. Jane Rhoades. Kathy Ray. Donna Egan. Kay Dunham. Marsha Fisher, Mary Ragsdale. Patty Ordish (President). Marlene Naylor. Kann Kimtxell. Tana Ctucas. Judy Levandoske. and Barb Hartman.
85PAR71W0: ike, Stages
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D lJA UEC B. Cf-fORT Pte idetd ofr Wes£wi Ao dcui ' CoOfage,Dr. Stanley A. Grout Professor, Education Dean of EducationART
Mr. Donald L. Walters
Asst. Prof., Art
Mr. James D. Corr Asst. Prof., Art
Mr. Barney P. Brienza Instructor, Art
Dr. John C. Garry Professor, BusinessMr. C. R. Anderson Professor of Education
Mr. Virgil F. Alme Asst. Prof., Education Dir., Admns. and Placement
Mr. Arthur W. Hedge Asst. Prof., Education
Dr. Kenneth R. Hunter
Asst. Prof., Education
Mrs. Helen M. Struckman Asst. Prof., Education
Dr. Robert E. Newlon Asst. Prof.. Education
Dr. Denton Nebeker Assoc. Prof., Education
Dr. Alan G. Zetler Asst. Prof.. EducationMr. Lawrence Leith Asst. Prof., English
Mr. Donald K. Gosnell Asst. Prof., English
Mrs. Almeda Brown Asst. Prof., English
Mr. Edward A. Cebull Assoc. Prof., English
Mr. Joe C. Ryburn Asst. Prof., English
107VICTORY AND COOAL COBNCB
Mr. Jerold Hilton
Asst. Prof., Soc Sci.
Mr. Daniel C. Scott
Asst. Prof.. Ind. Arts
Mr. Clayborn J. Anders Assoc. Prof., Ind. ArtsMr. Terrance R. Cypher Assoc. Prof., Math
Mr. Gordon E. Bennett Asst. Prof., Mathematics
Mr. Larry M. Hickethier Asst. Prof.. Math
Mr. O. Leon Dillingham Asst. Prof., Music
Dr. Lawerence Anderson Asst. Prof. Music
Dr. Samuel E. Davis Assoc. Prof., Music
109Mr. George Marinkovich Instructor, P.E.
Mr. David A. Gallagher
Asst. Prof., P.E. and Soc. Sci.
Miss Bonnie J. Sheriff Instructor. P.E.
Mr. Dennis Fisher Instructor, P.E.
L. Miss Dona Wallace Asst. Prof., P.E.
Mr. Donald F. Keltz Instructor. P.E.
L. Mrs. Terry Stanisich Graduate Asst., P.E.
Mr. Eugene R. McKeever Asst. Prof., P.E.
inMr. Howard Smith
Assoc. Prof.. Phys. Sci.
Dr. Daniel G. Block
Assoc. Prof., Biol. Sci.Mrs. Betty Barnes Textbook Lib. Manager
Mrs. Carlynne Blum
Mrs. Patricia Bristol Secretary. Placement
Mrs. Carol Contway Clerk. Reg. Office
Mr. Kenneth Cory Librarian
Mrs. Barbara Edgar Secretary. Education
Miss Louise Farris Secretary. Registrar
Miss Virginia Gall Clerk. Business Office
Mr. Harding Hanson Business Manager
Mrs. Essie Later Sec., Financial Aid
Mr. Larry Link Director, Financial Aid
Mrs. Pat Matoon
Clerk, Bus. Office
Mrs. Marlene Hunt Clerk. Bus. Office
Mrs. Patti Nau Clerk-Typist, Education
Mr. Rodney Parker Assistant to Librarian
Mrs. Elaine Peterson Clerk, Bus. Office
Mr. Paul O. Picton Registrar
Mrs. Frances Richardson Clerk, Bus. Office
114Mr. William Ridgeway Manager Food Service
Mrs. Betty Spehar Clerk-Typist Reg. Oflice
Mrs. Toni Sward Manager Campus Bookstore
Mrs. Donna Rouse Secretary. Dean’s Office
Mrs. Betty Shafer Asst, to Dean of Women
Mr. Charles Stauffer Director of Information
Mrs. Virginia Straugh Secretary. President
Mrs. Mabel Williss Clerk-Typist Reg. Office
Mr. Ray Worthington Asst. Business Manager
115jUp, great hope, ofy society is the individual! cliOAOcte .
One who studies: An attentive and systematic ohse ivet.LPaul Edwards Butte
Walter Hansen Anaconda
Amonette Herman Salmon. Idaho
Ada Holt Deer Lodge
Joseph Johnson Baker ty4£7SE £ D SREB
Bill Link Glendive
ITerry LincJgren. Vice President Sandy Fetlon. Secretary Mike Simonsen. President (Not Pictured)
120Don Bartak Chicago. Illinois
Anetle Blaskovich Anaconda
Evelyn Brandel Geraldine
Barb Bnnoy Donton
Bob Bristol Dillon
Judy Brown Dillon
Scott Cornell Augusta
Mary Curtis Dillon
AJ Cutler Butte
Paul Culler Butte
Colleen Daly Helena
137 39Pat Fitzpatrick Butte
Char Ford 8oulder
Mary Francisco Anaconda
Oiano Franklm Lonepine
Steve Frost Eureka
Emily Gchnng Helena
Sandra Gerleman Helena
Grass Roots Concert
138Jim Harris Butte
Dave Hartman Hamilton
Barb Hartman Hamilton
SandKS Hergett Laurel
Molly Jakovac Salmon. Idaho
Kim Kimmerte Great Falls
Colette King Missoula
Algie Knutson Roundup
140Mike longacre Townsend
Gary Loeve Dillon
Rochelle Malloy Black Eagle
Jay Meyer Stovensvillo
Jim McCauley Butte
Art McLean Anaconda
Donna Mendenhall Hamilton
Bruce Millor Dillon
141Mike Miller Rains
Lark Moms Corvallis
Kim Nelson Worden
Mary Nelson Fort Benton
Terry CXson Fort Shaw
Heleen Omsberg Ollon
Lloyd Omsborg Dillon
Dennis Patton Salmon. Idaho
Dana Pendteton Dillon
College Teachers of English ConventionBill Rouilber Si Ignatius
Polo Sallo Anaconda
Mike Sbragia Anaconda
Janeile Schmidt Leadore. Idaho
Don Schwegman DiBon
Janet Stout Lake Blaine
Kelly Taylor Fairview
Dave Uggetti Butte
Kathy Walker Cut Bank
Mark Walker Dillon
Sieve Wolstem Butte
Carla Wood Galata
Gerry Zarr Anaconda
143Bill Schlepp, Vice President Roger Pettier. President Kristi Judd. Secretary
144Don Abbey Oarby
Patli Piggs Anaconda
Lots Bradshaw Philipsburg
Caryn Brand Deer Lodge
Bruce Brown Stevensvilie
Joyce Caldwell Sheridan
Judy Carlson EnntsDate Chamberlain Helena
Yvonne Conko Ronan
Mary Drabbs H.nsdale
Carolyn Enzwerfer Choteau
Sharon Field Groat Falls
Norman Flamm Sheridan
Laurie Frey St Ignatius
Greg Frost Eureka
Marvin Gebhardt Savage
Denny Gommell Rayneslord
Harold Gemmetl Raynesford
John Gonser Great Falls
Mark Hansen Dillon
Patty Haynes Fairfield
Clifford Heuschcr Browning
Susan Hjort Medicine Lake
Don Hunt Dillon
Char Jehnek Coffee Creek
Brian Johnson Victor
Lois Johnson Philipsburg
Patti Hale Fort Shaw
147Patricia Lange Stevensvilie
Kathy Larkin Livingston
Cindy Lattin Fort Benton
Pam Leptey Fort Benton
Wayne Loelfter Conrad
Mike McGuire Cascade
Karen Morrison Butte
U9Steve Morton St. Ignatius
Barry Naytor Baker
Merle Nelson Fort Benton
Karen Nielson White Sulphur Springs
Bill O'Connor Livingston
The Winning Side?
Kathy Olson Fort Benton
Steve Opheim Sun River
150Bonnie Patrick Gilford
Penny Pilgrim Dillon
Amelia Redhorn Browning
Doug Ray Dillon
Jim Sacry Whithaii
Nancy Sacry Rexford
Jan Sanders Shelby
Bill Schelpp Conrad
Laurie Schroeder Missoula
Susan Seelye Kalispoil
Susan Seyler Twin Bridges
151Keith Stansborry St. Helena. California
Ed Struznik Butte
Jacqueline Taylor Malta
Linda Totiesch Cut Bank
Cynthia Thomas Anaconda
Beckyjo Thompson Ennis
152David Adkins Bonners Ferry. Idaho
Andrew Andersen Dillon
lola Anglin Tendoy, Idaho
White Sulphur Springs
Lyla Baldridge Missoula
John Bauman Victor
Jack Beach Fallon. Nevada
Ardis Bissell Fairtield
Ray Blize Dillon
Dennis Boehler Dillon
Sharon Bond Butte
Viki Bowman Great Falls
121Arlene Bremer Fairfield
Anita Burch Dillon
Alta Burrell Butte
Larry Busch Poison
Charles Camel Ronan
David Charlton Roundup
Sherry Chouinard Butte
Bob Clucas Lima
Theresa Corey Choteau
John Cornish Dillon
22Vickie Cornish Dillon
Floyd Darlington Ronan
Donna Delaney Dillon
Kathy Desy Great Falls
Mary Alyce Devine Butte
Ty Cotton Harlowton
Deer Park. Washington
Dave Crenshaw St. Regis
Jennifer Cuddy Thompson Falls
Julie Dagnall Townsend
123Paulette Drozda Butte
Craig Dubois Stanford
Alyce Duncan Butte
Craig Dunnam Terry
Harry Egan Great Falls
Mary Lou Gilman Great Falls
Bob Patton, Jen Dodd, and Doug Patton
Thomas Estill AnacondaRoy Evans Butte
Wally Feldt Dillon
Don Felton Missoula
Ron Felton Missoula
Sandy Felton Missoula
William Ferguson Edison, Georgia
Colleen Finnegan Helena
Donna Fouts Whitehall
Karol Foyle Leadore. Idaho
Marvin Furnandiz Jackson
Fran Gardner Great Falls
Vicki Gemmell Great Falls
125Marcia Gibson Twin Bridges
William Gibson Twin Bridges
Walter Glase Butte
Bonita Gould Missoula
Kathy Hamill Anaconda
Maxine Hankins Fort Benton
Susan Hardaway Great Falls
Kay Harris St. Ignatius
Roseann Hartford Anaconda
Art Hartman Hamilton
James Hartwick Butte
Mildred Hayden Dillon
126Michael Heaphy Anaconda
Teresa Heidt Butte
Terry Hettick Butte
Ellen Holton Dell
Clifford Hoopes Butte
Sheri Horsfall Anaconda
Pat Hurley Helena
Gail James Dillon
Helenjean Jones Butte
Sieve Jones. Bob Jacobi. Darling Nokes. Mary Moienda
127Louis Kimbrell Kahspell
Lora Lee King Wise River
Karen Knight Avon
Ladonna Knoepfle Deer Lodge
Alice Knor Dillon
Kerry Koenig Dillon
Jim Lane Helena
Kathy Lane Fairfield
Mary LaPalm Butte
Max Lapham Jackson
Tom Laughlin Anaconda
Coleen Lazzari Butte
Linda Liddell Anaconda
Lyle Lilienthal Dillon
Vicky Lodge Hamilton
Jim Mackedon Fallon, Nevada
Tom Maurer Great Falls
David Marsh Dillon
129Ken Masterson Hamilton
William Mattioli Butte
Jean McCormick Butte
Brenda Morstein Dillon
Carole Mougey Dillon
Joseph Murphy Butte
Helen Murray Anaconda
Charles Myers Conrad
Ron Nau Kalispell
Cara Nelson Dillon
Susan Olson Three Forks
Bill Osborne Butte
Lloyd Oster Victor
Rayleen Pike Fairfield
Vincent Quinlan Burke
Lynn Realph Dillon
Fred Rebish Dillon
Rose Reilly Butte
Mel Rice Missoula
Eugene Richardson Medford, Massachusetts
Ken Rickert Conrad
131Elizabeth Robinson Saint Mary
Ruth Ann Robinson Jackson
Nancy Rutten Fort Shaw
Colleen Ryan Dillon
Ann Sandstrom Bozeman
Fred Searle Butte
Sandra Sedaris Butte
Blake Sevalstad Dillon
Lucinda Shelden Helena
Jan Silve Sheridan
Dan Steiner Dillon
Pam Strupp Leadore. Idaho
132Maureen Sullivan Butte
Michael Sullivan Butte
Robert Sward Kalispell
Scott Sward Kalispell
Chris Taylor Great Falls
Pierre Tesson Dillon
Terrill Todd Sheridan
Judy Tower Auburn. California
Mary Ann Tower Auburn, California
Dixie Tyler Leadore, Idaho
1Michelle Vincent Butte
Darla Walton Kalispell
Karen Waters Manhattan
Walter Waters Manhattan
Doug Watson Deer Park, Washington
Scott Whaley Townsend
Nancy Williams Dillon
Cathy Wilson Deer Lodge
Helen Wooley Helena
Bob Young Nampa, Idaho
LaVarr Ziegler Salmon. Idaho
Donna Egan Great Falls
Eileen Jellar Roundup
Helen McDermott Anaconda
Jane McGimpsey Denton
Charles Nau Kalispell
Harvey Peterson Poison
Rosella Wallace Dillon
Vicki Willis Kalispell
Lucy Zarr Anaconda
Jerry Zarr. President
Rochelle Malloy. Secretary
Denny Patton. Vice ProskJentA Machine
Wanda Thumma Dillon
Elaine Totten Salt Lake City. Utah
Tom Tucker Stevensville
Stan Wallace Drain. Oregon
Ed Warren Great Falls
Brian Weber Corvallis
Karen Weber Deer Lodge
Mark Williams Butte
Greg Yeager Choteau
Nadme Zaruba SprmgvWe. Iowa
Jett Teague. President Cathy Nitsche. Secretary Rich Hinand. Vice PresidentKim Kimmerle and Rochelle Malloy
Kelly Anglm Tendoy. Idaho
Judy BandeliOf Dillon
Ritchie Bowman Idaho Fails. Idaho
Nate Ekumley White Bird, Idaho
Donna Burnell Dillon
Gary Clark Superior
Keith Clawson Plentywood
Carolyn Crosser Dillon
Mike Davis WalkervWle
Mary Ann Dellwo Choteau
Jerri Dodd DiBon
Dettae Duchschoror Tukwila, Washington
Paulette Eccleston Anaconda
Patti Else Dillon
Lynne Enos Kilgore. Idaho
Gwyn Evans Browning
Van Ewing Boulder
Bill Fairweather Anaconda
Kelty Flynn Townsend
IKevin Flynn Townsend
Nora Frank Kalispeii
Karen Peterson. Gary Ftankin. Clint Rouse. Jim Cox. and Mel Rice
Linda Halo Fort Shaw
Bruce Hamma Brady
Dee Ann Hawkins Dillon
Joe Heaphy Anaconda
Rick Hinand Hartowton
Clarice Hethenngton Anaconda
Peggy Hogan Dillon
Gene Honey Darby
Pattie Hulet Dillon
157Judy Jacobsen Shelby
Bert Johnson Dillon
Dennis Johnson St. Ignatius
Connie Juden Cascade
Frank Jury Conrad
Susan Klemencic Great Falls
Karla Knox Dell
Janet Kochis Hamilton
Kris Larson Portland. Oregon
Atlas UnknownMargaret Lattin Hetona
Candi Lazzari Butte
Leslie Listro Butte
Mary Ann Logan Anaconda
Ron White Tocoma
Renee Maurer Great Falls
Tom Marino Brooklyn, New York
James McGraw Sand Coulee
Marianna Molenda Hamilton
Shayne Morris Corvallis
Bill Muh aney Boulder
Lorraine N»col Great Falls
Mary Niland Anaconda
Pat Nord Oeor Lodge
John Nordhagen Choteau
160Don Schumacher Post Falls. Idaho
Donna Seymour Shelby
Mike Smith Great Falls
Larry Stene Columbus
Casey Stout Kahspell
Jett Teague Baker
Lyail Tosch Chotoau
Luke Thompson Anaconda
Shirley Tomaskie Helena
Robert Vining Hamilton
Brenda Watdemar Dillon
Loren Wichman Moore
161Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Anglin, Tendoy, Idaho, are the parents of lola Anglin. With majors in English and history and a minor in physical education, lola has been active in Spurs, PEMM, WRA, AWS, and KZN. She has served on Central Board and is involved in the Rodeo Club.
Charlo is the hometown of Rick Borden and his wife. Mary Pat. Rick has been active in baseball and is a member of M Club. He has served as president of Newman Club and Kappa Delta Pi. Rick has also received the Advanced Honor Scholarship.
Jenifer Cuddy, from Thompson Falls, has been active in Spurs, KZN. Gargoyles, and Kappa Delta Pi. She has been a member of the Wescolite staff and has received the Advanced Honor Scholarship and the Elks Club Scholarship.
Teresa Cory has majors in music and elementary education. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cory. Choteau. She is a member of Music Club, Kappa Delta Pi. KZN, and SEA. Theresa has also received the AAUW Scholarship, the Jane Buttrey Memorial, and the Trust Award.
164Mary Curtis has a double major in art and physical education and a minor in biology. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Curtis of Dillon. Mary is a member of WAR, KZN, Kappa Delta Pi, intercollegiate sports. PEMM club and Spurs. She is on the Wescolite staff and has received the Booster Club and Advanced Honor Scholarships.
Mary Alyce Devine has a major in English and a minor in mathematics. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Devine. Butte. Mary Alyce's activities include Wescolite staff member and Chinook editor. She has received the WMC Booster Scholarship and the journalism letter award.
Mary Lou Gilman, from Great Falls, has majors in English and biology. She has been involved in Spurs. Biology Club. Central Board. KZN. and has been on the staffs of the Wescolite and the Chinook. Her awards include National Merit. PTA Scholarship, AAUW. and Advanced Honor Scholarships.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Pouts, Whitehall. are the parents of Donna Fouts. Donna has been in Rodeo Club. KZN and AWS. Donna was the 1972 WMC Rodeo Queen. She has received the Advanced Honor Scholarships throughout her college years at Western.
165Terry Hagerman and his wife. Shirlee. are Helena natives. Terry has a music major and a business minor. He has recieved the Advanced Honor Scholarship for two years.
Theresa Heidt is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Heidt.
Butte. She is a member of Biology Club. SEA. AWS. and Kappa Delta Pi. Theresa has received the Biology Club Award. Freshman Chemistry Award. Booster Club Scholarship. and the University Honor Scholarships for four years.
With majors in art and physical education, Maxine Hankins, from Fort Benton, is active in PEMM. KZN, WRA. Kappa Delta Pi. Spurs, and gymnastics. Maxine has been awarded the Cobb Foundation Scholarship and the Mary Baker Emerick Art Award.
With a major in English and a minor in history, Marion Loh-man has completed four years of college credit in two years. She has served as the 1972 Wescolite editor and is a member of WRA. Kappa Delta Pi. and AWS. She has received the Advanced Honor Scholarship for two years.
John Musgrove and his wife. Sue, are from White Sulphur Springs. He has an English major and an I.A. minor. He has been active in Gargoyles and the Wescolite staff and has received the Advanced Honor Scholarship.
166Rayleen Pike, from Fairfield, has majors in music and elementary education. She has been involved in Spurs. KZN, Kappa Delta Pi and Music Club. Rayleen is the recipient of Booster Club and Advanced Honor Scholarships, and the Outstanding Music Student Award.
The current student body president, Mel Rice, from Missoula. has an I.A. major and a physical education minor. Mel is in I.A. Club and is also a member of Western’s basketball and track teams.
A music major and business minor, Bob Young is from Deer Park, Washington. He has participated in Music Club. M Club and is a member of the track team. Bob is also the music director at Lima, Montana.
Maureen Sullivan is the 1972 Miss Western Montana College. She has been in Spurs. WRA, KZN, PEMM, AWS, and has been a WMC cheerleader. Her majors are elementary education and physical education. Maureen is the recipient of the Faculty Women’s Scholarship.
167LYNN GALICK Conference Track Meet High Point Man
DONNA FOUTS AND BONNIE GOULD Rodeo Awards
BARB BRINEY Journalism Award169
MARKWINANS Basketball AwardBARB BRINEY AAUW Scholarship Genevieve Albertson English Award
TERRY TODD Rush Jordon Cup
CAROLE MOUGEY Zella K. Flores Cup
LLOYD OSTER Golden Hammer Award
STEVE FROST PDK Man of the Year AwardCINDY SMITH WMC Faculty Women's Scholarship
KEVIN FLYNN Rotary Club Awardill!!
Th act ofy ccMUtg $o etku g t ike, xbt HjtiOib tkb pubfac.A 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
• Bachelor of Arts in English and History
OR, IF YOU ARE INTEREST 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
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,
For Information, Write to the Admissions Officer
WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE
Dillon, Montana 59725vsr
Attractive and Convenient Residence Halls Sixteen Modern Apartments for Married Students Dining Room Facilities
Make Reservations Now By Writing Admissions Officer
WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE
DILLON, MONTANA 59725WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE BOOSTER CLUB
During the past 15 years, the WMC Booster Club has been synonomous with the college's growth and progress. The club's contributions include over 350 freshman scholarships, valued in excess of $70,000.
During the 1972-73 academic term, Boosters awarded 40 grants in the amount of $200 each. Recipients, selected on the basis of leadership and scholastic excellence, are required to maintain above-average grades throughout their scholarship year. The organization's membership roster, which includes citizens from all walks of life, now totals over 120, each of whom contributes financially to the annual scholarship program.
Current club officers are: Max Nield, president; Dr. R. D. Romers, vice-president; Joe Lane, treasurer; and Charles Stauffer, secretary.
Serving on the board of directors are Bob Gerringa, Henry Stish, Walter Albertson, Don Crosser, Cliff Henningsen, Norm Stubbs, Bun Lodge, Dr. A. L. Juergens, Jim Wilson, John Morse, Don Peterson, Jim Corr, Bob Harrison, J. Lester Jones and Frank Hull.
The membership roll, as of January I, 1973, follows:
A W Drive Inn Beaverhead Bar
Genevieve Albertson Beaverhead Printers
Clay Anders Arnold Benson
Ken Bandolier Dr. Robert Boyce
Norm Banks Blacktail Wasteland Corp.
Bramsman Radio-TVWalter Brundage Tom Clemow Club Bar Coast-to-Coast College Motors Edward Cebull Chuck Cook Credit Bureau Crestpn Motel Club Royal Co-Op Supply Darigold Dillon Cable TV Dillon Disposal Dillon Portrait Dillon Tribune Samuel Davis Stanley Davison Lloyd Dougherty Dilmart
Don's Office Mach.
Dr. Robert English
First National Insurance First National Bank
Saga Foods John Garry Dorothy Gelhaus W. G. Gilbert Stan Grout Harold Grogan Hale's Exxon Bob Harrison Harding Hanson Ed Harding Larry Hickethier Frank Hull Harvey Bros.
Carl Hollensteiner Homestead House J. Lester Jones Lester T. Jones Dr. Juergens Kentucky Cash Ralph Kneeland Lion's Den Bun Lodge George Lots George Losleben Gene McKeever Dr. John McCollum Blanche McManus Georgia MathewsMont. Motor Supply Gile Mitchell Louie Molen Montana Power Mooney Trucking Mitchell Drug Dick Motta Mountain Bell John Morse Jr. Charles Murray Denton Nebeker Ned-Eva Lanes OK Tire Store Parisian Cleaners Paul's Chevrolet J. C. Penney Peterson Drug Peavey Company Tom Pierce Paris Robert Roberts Food Dr. Bob Romers Rowland-Thomas Robo Car Wash Joe C. Ryburn Royal Inn Cafe Schulz Davis Dan Scott
Sears Store Safeway Store Dr. James Short Chris Small Dr. Seidensticker Howard Smith Sneed's Sporting Goods Standard Lumber State Bank Stamm Jewelers Charles Stauffer State Bar Henry Stish William Straugh Stephens Greenhouse Sundowner Motel Helen Struckman Keith Taylor Towne Inn Town Pump Valley Motor Veterinary Hospital Vigilante Electric Ron Wagner Warner Foods Williams Feed WMC Faculty Women Dr. A. J. Wehler
178Butte's Famous Meaderville Chicken Dinners
Live Entertainment and Dancing Nitely
KENTUCKY CASH MARKET .
College people are always welcome here.
440 Kentucky Avenue Dillon, Montana
Phone: 683-4955 Dillon, Montana
(Take Me With You!)
Sandy Keith — Host
THE ACOMA SUPPER CLUB
Broadway and Wyoming Uptown
We know what you’re looking for.
Shop Penney's in Dillon for Greatest Selections
For More Great Buys Shop the JCPenney Catalog
Take out orders and Delivery Service Phone 792 8011TOWN PUMP
Certified MasterDn cleaner
14 No. Washington Free Pick-Up and Delivery
Home of Dillon's Coin-Op Drycleaning Center
For things past And things present And things yet to come. We thank you.
Good Luck Seniors!
fishing, hunting, golfing, boating, baseball, football, basketball, skiing, tennis, archery, reloading, ten speed bikes, honda, arctic cat, kawasaki sales and service
Dillon, MontanaMontana's Finest Department Store
Butte and Helena, Montana
Call 723-5441 collect and order by phone from anywhere in Montana Monday thru Saturday
Open daily 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
delicatessen items; lunchmeat; pop; beer; hot sandwiches; sundries; fresh fruits and vegetables; locker service; magazine rack; full line of groceries
163 Atlantic Dillon, MontanaMUTT HUT
Campus Bookstore Western Montana College
TONI SWARD Manager
Harry and Mary Anne Smart Owners
335 South Atlantic
Congratulations Class of 73
"Your patronage is always appreciated"
W. F. Koeneke Helen Koeneke
Andrus Hotel Corner Dillon, Montana
The store for students
4 S. Idaho Street Dillon, Montana
2-14 North Idaho Dillon, Montana Phone 683-2305
Congratulating the Class of 1973
DILLON IMPLEMENT OK HARDWARE
926 So. Atlantic
36 North Idaho Dillon, Montana
WHERE WE BELIEVE
"Service to humanity i$ the best work of life"
THE HOMESTEAD HOUSE
Constantly Improving to Serve You Better
Music — Records — Old Time Candle Shop
ROBERT’S FOOD, INC.
We encourage all people to support our college as . , . We believe—industry—commerce—government—art—the sciences—and all other professions, including our whole way of life, depend upon the quality of your education.
Dillon, MontanaWE PLEASE THE HARD TO PLEASE DILLON PORTRAIT
LAUNDRY AND QUALITY PHOTOS
FIRST IN PERSONAL SERVICE
Phone 683-5522 Phone 683-2741
4 N. Washington St.
Dillon, Montano Dillon, Montana
SAGA FOOD SERVICE
Saga food service fakes this opportunity to thank Western's Food Service employees for their dedication
WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE
Bill Ridgway Food Service Director
184CO-OP SUPPLY INC.
Dealers in Dillon Petroleum Products
Propane Tires Batteries
DILLON OFFICE SUPPLY
224 South Montana Dillon, Montana
Dillon's hometown newspaper — tuned to the WMC scene
Good Luck to all of you!
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STATE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY
Your Friendly Home-Owned Bank of Dillon Member of F.D.I.C.
BEAVERHEAD A W DRIVE-IN
BAR SUPPLY Dillon Bottling Works AND DINE-IN ROOM
Complete Supplies Steaks
Bud — Oly — Schlitz — Chicken
Great Falls Pizza
All the Best Shrimp
Call in orders welcome
188 SUNDOWNER MOTEL
STEPHENS GREENHOUSE FLORAL
Teleflorist Corsages a Specialty
500 N. Montana Street
Queen Size Beds Courtesy Coffee Spacious
Direct Dial Phones Air Conditioning Color T.V.
In Dillon It's the "Sundowner" — Comfort at Its Best Glenn and Mary Crampton — owners
508 Kentucky Avenue
ROYAL INN AND COFFEE SHOP
Best Western Motel 35 rooms
swimming pool color cable TV AAA approved
Open daily 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Menu includes Peanut Butter Sandwich to Prime Rib
OWEN ALLEN, manager
Banquet RoomCHINOOK BOOSTERS
LION'S DEN Dillon, Montana
HALE'S COLLEGE EXXON 646 So. Atlantic Dillon, Montana
DEE'S FABRICS 24 So. Idaho Dillon, Montana
WESTERN AUTO CATALOG Order Center 20 E. Glendale Dillon, Montana
WARNER'S FOOD STORE Dillon, Montana
STANDARD LUMBER COAL CO.
302 N. Montana Dillon, Montana
DILLON CREAMERY Dillon, Montana
FARMERS INSURANCE GROUP Dillon, Montana
"DILLON ROTARY CLUB" Rotary International
STATE BAR DINING ROOM 26 So. Montana Dillon, Montana
MEGQUIER HARDWARE 120 N. Montana Dillon, Montana
The Men's Store 22 N. Montana Dillon, Montana
HAZEL'S Dillon, Montana
190THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Serving Dillon and Southwestern Montana Since 1880
Affiliated with Northwest Bancorporation
Member FDIC Dillon, Montana
DR. R. D. ROMERS Dentist Phone 683-2671 Dillon, Montana
DR. R. J. ENGLISH Optometrist Phone 683-2611 Dillon, Montana
DR. E. D. EVANS Dentist Phone 683-4491 Dillon, Montana
DR. JOHN McCOLLUM Dentist Phone 683-5312 Dillon, Montana
DR. J. C. LINDUSKA Dentist Phone 683-2861 Dillon, MontanaStraight Shootin' Sound
records, tapes, stereos at discount prices
How to gel the most out of your utility dollar
Inflation is increasing the cost of supplying electricity and natural gas to consumers.
But you can conserve these vital energy sources by following the useful suggestions found in a free booklet available at your local Montana'Power office.
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MISS GENEVIEVE ALBERTSON (1891-1973)
This gracious lady devoted her life to teaching the youth of Montana. Beginning her teaching career in 1912. Miss Albertson taught on the elementary, secondary, and college levels until 1966, the last five years as Emeritus Professor of English. Language and literature combined to be her major interest and love, and she inspired hundreds — nay, thousands of students with her analyses and interpretations of life as depicted in her readings and based upon her own wide experience. She knew human nature; she respected and appreciated every human experience with humility and quiet understanding. She made the lives of her students richer and more meaningful because she shared her wealth with them all.
Miss Genevieve Albertson truly embraced the world, and those who had been influenced by her teachings can now look forward to less rewarding days. It is to Miss Albertson's memory that this 1973 Chinook is dedicated.Tayj U'l r«.
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