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

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2€ta 45 6 7no 81011To lose a friend is the greatest of all evils, but endeavor rather that you possessed him than to mourn his loss. -Seneca 121314t I) V 15Editor Marilyn Palmer Business Manager Lee Ann Bennett Advisor Ethel Hawkins Photographers Fred Bridenstinc Martin Dickerson Dillon Portrait Studio Robcn Palmer Dave Riblett Staff Barbie Bcdey Janice Dallascrra Debbie Edwards Bobbi Hibbert Anita Lathrop Jayne Pantalonc Karen Springer Janet Steele Terry Watters 16 DR. GEORGE R. BANDY PRESIDENT WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE It is sometimes said that one's college days arc among the best days of his life. I don’t believe this is necessarily true, since I believe that all of life can be beautiful. Indeed, I wish for you of the eighty-first graduating class that your college days, good as I hope they were, serve only as a springboard to even better days in your future. May you always hold fond memories of your associations at Western Montana College. May you utilize to the fullest what you have learned while here. And may you stand ready to help your alma mater in time of need. We wish for all the graduates of 1978, only the very best in all your future endeavors. 17 George R. Bandy, 197818CLASSESGRADUATE STUDENTS Beatrice Slcinmann Rodoni Basel. Switzerland Mary Jane Williams Dillon Ron Albrecht Fargo. N.D. Bruce Allen Helena SENIORSRon Allen Chotcau Roger Arncson Anaconda Joe Bennett Deer Lodge Gary Blaz Anaconda Laurie Brincy Denton Debbie Buck Hot Springs Tcri Burt Whitehall 21Billie Marie Calcatcrra Divide Norman C. Casagranda Butte Bernard R. Cash Hamilton Ellen Cook Dillon Randy Cornwell Spokane. Washington Frank Dellwo Augusta Kenneth Devine Butte 22Bobbi Gnciling Dillon Sieve Gratzer Butte David Hall Great Falls Rccnc Hamer Helena Michael Hawkins Spokane. Washington Tom Hollcran Anaconda Cliff Hoshaw Butte 23Curt Kcgal Ft. Benton Glynis Lovell Dillon Kumwong Maksirisombat Bangkok. Thailand Tom Marinkovich Dillon Beverly Massa Dillon Jim Massa Dillon Mike Mickclson Dillon Gary Milam Big Fork Rose Ann Minnehan Anaconda 24Barbara Mogrcn Anaconda Elmer Mtisgravc Bend. Oregon Rick Nicld Dillon Dan O'Fallon Great Falls Vickie O’Fallon Great Falls 25Marilyn Palmer Bridger Bruce Peterson Dillon Mike Pickett Anaconda Valerie Pickett Anaconda 26Jean Poff Dillon Elianc Quinn Dillon Beverly Rchm Dillon Bonnie Rcushus Dillon Tim Reishus Lodge Grass Bonnie Rcmpcl St. Paul. Min. Jerry Seidcnstickcr Dillon Peggy Scidensticker Dillon 27Deborah Stark Butte Teresa Tangen Deer Lodge Ronald Thompson Butte Ron Walker Anaconda Leslie Williams Bozeman Bonnie Kay Wordy Dillon Ida Wunderlich Eureka 28JUNIORS Jolcnc Allen Chotcau Dixie Anderson Arlcc Tim Anderson Darby Tom Anderson Darby Karen Branac Big Timber Debbie Brooks Philipsburg 29Richard Brown Ennis Stanley Buckalcw Forsyth Gail Bumgarner Divide Melanie Bumgarner Belt 30Violet Cicerone Dillon William Clark Charlo Deirdre Curtis Dillon Debbie Edwards Pony Kathleen Harrison Dillon Joe Hegedus Missoula 31Paulette Held Whitehall Kathy Klick Simnis Debbie Kcyscr Florence Darrell Johnson Stockctt Jackie Kcgal Fort Benton LcAnnc Jenkins Dillon Kim lliff Poison Shirley Hudson Seeley Lake 32Jay Krantz Ronan 33Elizabeth Rebish Dillon Michele Ryan Great Falls 34Betty Tash Dillon Julie Thornburg Albcrlon Chanh P. Tran Libby Mike Schultz Sheridan Rochelle Stewart Dillon 35Steve Voss Susanvillc. CA Rodger Willhitc Thompson Falls Jancc Williams Columbus Mary Windsor Sula Jon Woodard Santa Rosa, CA 3637Lee Ann Bennett Great Kails Steve Bigler Dccorah. Iowa Mark Bisscll Fairfield Sandra Campbell Anaconda Jim Carroll Dillon Jackie Clouner Dillon 38Susan Daily Great Falls Martin Dickerson Roundup Brian Duvall Geraldine Sucann Erickson Dillon Paula Espinoza Arlcc Connie Flamm Twin Bridges 39Bruce Funk Big Fork Bcrnic Gatti Grove City. Ohio Keith Gebhardt Simms Nicki Gilmore Townsend Debby Grant Hungry Horse Marc Grccnough Anaconda Dan Harrison Dillon Cindy Hcggclund Dillon Brenda Heramb Conrad 40Debbie Hogan Dillon ) I Marly lliff Poison Kathy Kosslcr Salmon. Idaho Anita Lathrop Great Falls Chris I.azzari Butte Greta Lenz Ashton. Idaho Jim Kropp Great Falls Gary Krumheuer Huntley Brian Lynnes Dillon 41Scott Me Dougal Dillon Sharon Mohr Dillon Cclcna Olson Ronan David Riblctt Wilmington, Dclwarc Tom Rogers Plains Chcrrill Rolfc Dillon Jayne Pantalonc Wilmington, Dclwarc David Puyear Stcvensvillc Kristi Sanders Dillon Mike Scally Harlowtown 42Evelyn Thompson Dillon Terry Walters Dillon Patrice Scon Victor Tony Smith Geraldine Kick Sonnemann Dillon Birdie Swan Great Falls Lois Swanson Dillon Margaret Vranish Dillon Tina Westwood Tucson, Arizona Orlen Zempcl St. Ignatius44Nancy Albrecht Fargo, N.D. Jenny Allen Dillon Michael Andrus Fairfield Linda Appclt Poison Sam Bacrlochcr Frenchtown Bob Beardslcc Great Falls Barbara Bedey Hamilton Dinny Bennett Deer Lodge Don Berryman Butte 45Debbie Beyers Dillon Jennifer Brown Dillon Tina Brown Ennis Jeri Burner Helena Mary Bushilla Helena Steve Carlyle Tulsa. Oklahoma Mary Cheek Anaconda Greg Chilcott Stcvcnsvillc Cathy Cooper Opheim 46Patty Corr Dillon Mike Cory Great Falls Regina Crump Las Vegas. Nevada Janice Dallascrra Anaconda Lee Roy DeJohn Butte Debbie Dcllwo Augusta 47 1Kim Duke Helena Sandi Eby Dillon Christina Edwards Salmon. Idaho Maureen Elford Helena Peggy Elliot Dillon Janet Eve Billings Charles Ewan Anaconda Fran Fitzgerald Los Angeles. California Sherry Gale Melrose 4aRuth Graham Palm Springs, California Steve Graves Missoula Laurie Hamer Helena Marilyn Hatfield Dillon John Hawkins Dillon Robin Hill Belgrade Marilyn Hilton St. Ignatius Lorcnc Hoerning Dillon 49Sarah Mulct Dillon Joyce Hull Dillon Curt Hurlcss Challis, Idaho Carole Johnson Dillon Jancllc Johnson Dillon Patty Johnson Centerville Stan Johnston Winston 50 Cliff Keller Poison Linda Keller Poison Patricia Kennedy Charlo Cindy King Anaconda Linda Klctic Conrad Ian Kosslcr Salmon. Idaho Guy Lalieker Tulsa. Oklahoma 51Debbie Lansing Dillon Dennis Latimer Challis, Idaho Diana Lconhardt Dillon Kitty Logan Anaconda Jim Lorangcr Anaconda Dan l.ucicr Frenchtown Doug Mahoney Great Falls Lisa McKee Dillon Paul McLean Anaconda 52Ann Mills Whitehall Dawn Minugh Dodson Spud Mowlcs Necessity, Texas JoLcc Mular Dillon Ellen Nash Darby Elaina Nickol Conrad Dane Nobles Poison M.C. Orr Dillon Brian Patrick Hingham 53Andy Peterson High Point. North Carolina Krista Peterson Dillon Peggy Pettit Wisdom Tammy Reynolds Hot Springs Kelly Richards Anaconda Mike Scott Victor Richard Seibert Poison Deb Sime Deer l.odgc Andy Sine Victor 54Greg Sisk Dillon Barb Sorenson Dillon Joni Spackman Drummond Kory Spindlcr Great Falls Karen Springer Missoula Mike Staigmillcr Ccntcrbillc Barb Steele Darby Janet Steele Hamilton Dee Dec St. Germaine PlainsJohn Strickland Deer l.odgc Fred Trafclet Dillon Julie Turney Grant Sharon Vandegrift Dillon Ray Wanty Dillon Doug Willhitc Thompsen Falls Greg Winden Dillon Diane Witt St. Regis Brenda Woirhaye Missoula 56FACULTYEnglish 1. Mr. Edward Ccbull Assoc. Prof. 2. Mr. Donald K. Gosnell Asst. Prof. 3. Dr. Wallace G. Gober Asst. Prof. 4. Mrs. Ethel A. Hawkins Asst. Prof. 5. Mr. Lawrence Leith Asst. Prof. 58History, Social Science 1. Mr. Jcrold Milton Asst. Prof. 2. Dr. Stanley R. Davison Professor 3. Dr. Frank J. Busch Professor 4. Dr. William C. O’Connor Asst. Prof. Foreign Language 5. Mr. F.liodoro Rodoni Grad. Asst. 6. Mrs. Beatrice S. Rodoni Teaching Asst. 59Industrial Arts 1. Mr. James Corr Asst. Prof., Arl 2. Mr. Barney P. Brienza Asst. Prof.. Art 3. Mr. Donald L. Walters Asst. Prof.. Art Art 4. Mr. Daniel C. Scott Asst. Prof.. Ind. Arts 5. Mr. Clayborn J. Anders Assoc. Prof.. Ind. Arts 6. Mr. Scott Simon G.A.. Ind. Arts 60Science 1. Dr. Daniel CJ. Block Prof., Biol. Sci. 2. Dr. Kenneth J. Bandclier Prof.. Biol. Sci. 3. Mr. Howard M. Smith Assoc. Prof., Phys. Sci. 4. Mr. Joseph B. Streeper Asst. Prof., Phys. Sci. 5. Mr. Larry W. Hickcthier Asst. Prof. 6. Dr. Terrance R. Cypher Assoc. Prof. 61Business 1. Dr. John C. Garry Prof.. Business 2. Mrs. Ethel Fisk Inst., Business Music 3. Mr. Dennis C. Widen Inst., Music 4. Mr. Richard T. Sietsema Asst. Prof.. Music 62Deans And Directors 1. Mr. Henry Stish Dean of Students Assoc. Prof.. Science 2. Dr. Dale R. Tash Academic Dean Prof., History. S.S. 3. Dr. Alan G. Zctlcr Dean. Education Prof., Fduc. 4. Dr. Edward Fisk Dr.. Stud. Teaching and Placement Asst. Prof.. Fduc. 5. Dr. l.cc Spuhlcr Dean. Cont. Fduc., Off-Campus Services 63Physical Education 1. Mr. George H. Nelson Asst. Prof. 2. Mr. George Marinkovich Asst. Prof. 3. Dr. Nylcs R. Humphrey Asst. Prof. 4. Ms Dona J. Wallace Asst. Prof. 5. Ms Bonnie J. Sheriff Asst. Prof. 64Asst. Prof. 2. Mr. David L. Kendall Asst. Prof. 3. Mr. Michael D. Holder Grad Asst. 65Education 1. Mr. Arthur W. Hedge Asst. Prof. 2. Dr. A. Eloise Snavcly Assoc. Prof. 3. Dr. Robert E. Newlon Professor 4. Dr. Frank Tikalsky Assoc. Prof. 5. Major Fanny Bisc Assoc. Prof., U of M 6. Capt. Fred Williams Asst. Prof., U of M Military Science 66Staff 1. Mr. Paul O. Picton Registrar 2. Mr. Michael G. Billings Business Manager 3. Mr. S. Thomas Briggs Controller 4. Mr. John A. Hammond Computer Center Director 5. Mr. Lawrence B. Link Director. Financial Aid 671. Mrs. Gayle Gransbcry Nurse 2. Mrs. Marianne Spitzform Counselor. U. of M. 3. Mrs. Belly Barnes Textbook Library 4. Mr. Kenneth Cory Librarian 6. Mr. Charles A. Stauffer Director of Information 6b3. Sue Lynch Secretary, Cont. Educ. Library Asst. 4. Essie Later Secretary. Fin. Aid 69 5. Virginia Straugh Secretary. President 1. Betty Hanson Louise Farris Adm. Aides. Registrar 2. Frances Fields Accountant 3. Frances Richardson Cashier. Bus. Off. 4. Wanda Sigman Adm. Aide. Registrar 5. Dorothy Seymour Elisc Coppin Patsy Matoon Linda Ward Accounting Clerks J 707172ACTIVITIESHomecoming Homecoming Queen and her court Bulldog Bonfire IA Candidate Jayne Pantalone Homecoming Queen Gail Bumgarner mmCoronation entertainment Art Club Float Bulldog Pep Band9 a va-nA , ' I ‘ L y •' 77SMOKER 7879CAST Orlando Cole Pierce Adam Steve Gratzer Oliver Tom Davidson Celia Marilyn Mason Rosalind Glynis Lovell Touchstone Mike Schulz Duke Frederick Tim Toilet Charles Ron Allen Duke Senior Richard Sciber L Jaques Eliodoro RodoniL Corin Dane Nobles Audrey Amy Cooksey Page Steve Abramavage m - JH 80 AS YOU LIKE ITOLIVER Western’s major production of the year was Oliver, a musical based on Charles Dickens’s novel. The play was presented to full-house audiences for three consecutive nights. Oliver was directed by Dr. Wallace Gober; musical director was Richard Sietsma and Choreographer was Betty Barnes CAST Oliver Steve C hristiansen Charley Jamie Resset Mr. Bumble Mike Schulz Nancy Karen Stubbs Mrs. Corney Carmcr Danncwitz Bet 1 ■ X Patrice Scott Mr. Sowerberryk Dane N obles Bill Sikes R.A. Palmer Mrs. Sowerberrvk Melanie Bumgarner Mr. Brownlow Richard Seibert Charlotte Sowcrberry Linda Klettc Mrs. Bcdwin Marcy Brincy Noah Clay pool AndyS inc Dr. Grimwig Allen Blize Artful Dodger Mike Scott Old Sally Adele Hansen Pag in Gary Trcglown Old Lady Faith Porter Row Street Runner: Andy Sine. Dane Nobles. Allen Blizc Extras: Barbara Arbour, Violet Cicerone. Marilyn Mason, Kathy Donnelly, Paul McLean, Paul Anders Quartet: Barbara Arbour, Kathy Donnells, Violet Cicerone. Paul McLean W orkhouse Chorus: Paul Anders, Doug Mason, Colby Quinn, Mark Vranish. Tim Mason, Brian Gober, Austin Lott, Phi Lott, Mike Cox, Steve Fisk. Jeff Love. Tony Cicerone Street Chorus: Barbara Arbour, Kathy Donnelly, Violet Cicerone, Andy Sine, Faith Porter, Adele Hansen, Dane Nobles, Allen Blizc. Alisha Lovell, Kathy Gosnell. Joni Spackman, Lois Swanson, Connie Champinc, Terry Ricks, Marilyn Mason. Linda Klettc, Jamie Rcsset Pick Pocket Chorus: Andrea Lovell. Patrice Bricnza, Dicdrc Quinn, Shanna Dean, Caroline O'Connor, Celeste Ballard, Mary Beth Brown. Miriam English, Paul Anders, Doug Mason, Jeff Love. Tim Mason, Austin Lott, Phil Lott, Mike Cox, Steve Fisk, Brian Gober 8283wood szm On behalf of the Music Club and the staff of the music department, I would like to thank all the entertainers, the stage crew, and the audience for making this year’s Woodstick such a big success. Thanks to your participation, we were able to give two deserving music students a scholarship. Thanks for your continuing support of our year’s venture. 84 RAP Music Club President85 1978 Community Concert Western students have witnessed excellent entertainment through Community Concerts in the past, and this year is no exception. The 1978 Community Concerts featured The Men of Song; Lola Montes and her Spanish Dancers; Earl Rose; and the New Christy Minstrels. 8687Festival Of Arts 8869909192The following awards and scholarships were given: Zclla K. Flores Cup-Elianc Quinn Rush Jordan Cup-Mark Neill AAUNV-Dianc Rewerts. Diane Mickclson Genevieve Albertson English-Michael Schulz Jane Buttrey Memorial Trust-Debbie Keyscr Cobb Foundation-Lynn Vandcrict Dufrcsnc-Paulettc Held Mary Baker F.mcriek Arl-Margarct Vranish Kappa Delta Pi-Patrice Scott Maicr Miller Memorial-Dave Cloud. Jim Orict PEMM Club-Tom Anderson Phi Delta Kappa "Man of the Year"-Richard Thumma PEO and PTA Candidate-Kathy Cassidy Rainbow Girls-Jolcnc Allen Rotary Club-Dave Cloud Joe C. Ryburn Drama Memorial-Tom Davidson Jim Spehar Mcmorial-Dcnnis Golder Tracy Company-Mike Mickclson Western Women’s Club-Lauric Brincy Departmental Awards: Business-Dave Cloud Industrial Arts-Myke Hawkins Journalism-Dixie Andersen. Marilyn Palmer, Roben Palmer Jean Blunn. Anita Lathrop, Jayne Pantalonc. Fawn McKenzie. Dave Riblctt Music-Kathy Brincy Athlctics-Jim Orict. most valuable member of men’s track squad 93Laurie Brincy, a Biology and Business major, is the student body president at Western this year. She has also served three terms as government representative, was editor for Spurs, and has directed numerous campus projects in committee chairmanships. Laurie is a three-time recipient of Advanced Honor Scholarships. She has also received the Jane Buttrey, AAUW and WMC Booster Club Scholarships. In January of 1978, Laurie was appointed as the University System’s student representative to the Montana State Board of Regents. Bernard (Randy) Cash is an Elementary Education major who served two years as representative at large to the student-governing Central Board, three years as president of the WMC Ski Club and was co-chairman of High School Day last spring. Randy is also a member of the Motley-Cash Cliff Skiing Team and the R R Express Booster Club. Terri Rac Brut, vice-president of Kappa Delta Pi education honorary, is currently majoring in Biological Science with a minor in Physical Education. Terri has been a recipient of honorary grants including the Timken Science, Dufresne, and Advanced Honor Scholarships. Who’s WhoJerry Scidensticker, a campus leader throughout his WMC career, has directed freshman orientation and High School Day, served as student ambassador, was sophomore class president, a member of the Commissioner of Higher Education’s common calendar committee, and a representative-at-largc to Central Board. He is a Social Science major and a Business minor, and was the recipient of Advanced Honor and Rotary Club scholarships. Susan G. Lovell is majoring in Secondary Education with minors in History and Social Science. She has performed in numerous WMC stage productions, served as editor of “The Muse,” and the “Chinook,” held major offices in campus organizations, and has won Booster Club, Advanced Honor, Cobb Foundation, and Genevieve Albertson scholarships. Ron Walker, a double major in Physical Education and Business, is a rcprcsentative-at-largc on the student-governing Central Board and was director of the 1977 freshman orientation program. A former Frontier Conference wrestling champion, Ron participated in last year’s NAGA national mat finals at Cheney, Washington. 95Dave Cloud is a Business major and Physical Education minor. He is student body vice-president, a member of the varsity basketball team, and was the recipient of the PDK “Man of the year in Education" award. Reene Hamer, a Physical Education major and Business minor, is an active member of numerous campus organizations, is a representative on the student-governing Central-Board and has lettered in woman’s basketball, volleyball and track. Elmer Musgrave, a Physical Education major and Business minor, is a two-time All-Frontier Conference selection at defensive back. He has also won honorable mention on the A1I-NA1A District 12 squad which includes grid standouts from Montana, North and South Dakota. %Lois Perry is an English major and Physical Education minor. She was a member of Spurs, served as junior advisor to that organization, and has been an active member in Kappa Delta Pi education honorary. Bruce Peterson is completing a Social Mathematics minor. He has served as vice president of Circle K Club and historian for Kappa Delta Pi education honorary. Ronald Thompson, a music major, is a recipient of numerous honorary scholarship awards, has served for the past two years as president of both Pep Band and the Gargoyle dramatic society. Bonnie Worley, a double major in Art and Business, is the recipient of two advanced honor scholarships and has compiled a perfect 4.00 gradepoint average during the past six quarters at Western. 97GRADUATION - 1978 9899100101WESTERN DAYS 1978103NATURAL HERITAGE PROGRAM Never in national or world history has it been more imperative that citizens gain an awareness and appreciation of the natural world and their relationships in that world. Recognizing this challenge. Western has implemented a new and unique liberal arts program based on the theme, “Our Natural Heritages." Complementing the academic program arc field studies courses involving work in some of the country’s outstanding natural wilderness areas. The pilot course in the spring quarter featured a field trip to the Grand Canyon.106ORGANIZATIONSseated - Debbie Kcyscr. Brian F’atrick. l.auric Brincy. Dave Cloud, Lou Anne Marnack, F.laina Nickol. back row - Mr. Hickcthicr. Robin Palmer, Gail Bumgarner, Tom Anderson. Ron Walker, Tom Rogers. Steve Christiansen, Dean Stish 108 Max Baucus and l.auric Brincyscaled. I. to r. • Jim Oriel. Terry Wallers. Dave Garry. Jennie Brown. Barb Bedey. Mary Bushilla. Les Williams. Debbie Kcyscr. back row. I. to r. • Fred Trafclcl. Rick Sonnemann. Krista Peterson. Kelly Beasley. Barb Steele. Janet Steele. Carole Johnson. Tom Anderson. Patty Corr. Tony Smith. Bruce Peterson. Maureen Elford. Jim Kropp, FJaina Nick-ol. Chris Laz ari, Ellen Nash. Joni Spackman from row. I. to r. - Shirley Hudson. Bobbi Gneiling. Deborah Stark. Bonnie Kay Worley. Ellen Cook. Elna Jackson. Mike Mickclson. Glynis Lovell, Diane Rewerts. Bruce Peterson. Jerry Scidcnstickcr. Dr. Newlon. back row. I. to r. Michael Schultz. Steve Abramavage. Rcy Busch. Gary Wold. Sally Kreis. Beverly Rchm. Darlene Stoltz. Paulette Held. Beatrice Stcinmann Rodoni. Melody Palmer. Laurie Brincy. Peggy Scidcnstickcr 109c 3 73 C 0 in seated • Carol Thumma. Patrice Scott. Faye Espinoza. Kama Carroll. Rona McOmber. Candy Smith, back row - Sandy Campbell. Brenda Mcramb. Julie Anders. Debbie Hogan, Jackie Clouncr. Niki Gilmore. Susan Peterson Chris l.azzari. Brenda Waldcmar. Joe Hegedus. Randy Cash. Linda Keller, Cliff Keller. I.cs Williams coern « inilia! J X O at, -J tu ciu Hriffa. Karen Springer. Julie Turney. Robin Hill. Palritt Scott. Ann Suancon. Joken Alkn. Violet Cicerone. An ie Dahl. Shed Harnack. 'fivon. Nine) Nye. Deb Stark. Tercca Tanyeo. Ida Wunderlich TuuelL, Mile Scoei. Ron Thom peon. Sloe Chrittuntcn. M. C Orr. Joe Womack Briney. I.oei Anne Harnack. Mildred lliykl. Kriuine Hifcoo. Lind Kktte. Fjilh Poeter. Cirol Thumm . Brenda Waldcmar. Joyce Hull Jem Id Bumjarner Benncil. Leroy De John. Jutnn Drier . Lowell Joy. Roben Palmer. Andy Sine. Tony Smith. John Strickland. Paul McLean Soprano - Tecna Briggs. Sheila Harnack, Patrice Scott. Julie Turney. Robin Mill. Angie Dahl Tenor - Steve Christiansen. Ron Thompson. Steve Abramavagc. M.C. Orr Alto • Kathy Briney. Mel Bumgarner. Lou Anne Harnack. Debbie Kcyscr. Karen Stubbs. Joyce Mull Bass - l.croy Dc John. Sam McCormick. Roben Palmer. Mike Scott. Andy Scott. Tony Smith. Dinny Bennett. John Strickland in wC?JOIOMUSIC CLUB Steve Christiansen. Roben Palmer. Leroy DeJohn, Patrice Scott. Andy Sine. Rich Seibert. Steve Abrania-vage. Ilul Amundson; on piano: Patrice Scott. Debbie Keyser PEP BAND Melanie Bumgarner. Steve Christianson. Cathy Cooper, John Hawkins. Sue Peterson. Brian Petro, Jean Poff. Patrice Scott. Mike Scott. Rich Seibert, Andy Sine. Joni Spackman, Ron ThompsonWESCO-ITE clockwise from left: Randy Cornwell. Marlin Dickerson. Mike Schulz. Janet Steele. Dixie Anderson. RODEO CLUB Front row: Martin Dickerson. Bill Hanley; second row: Dennis Latimer. Stanley Johnson. Andy Peterson; third row: Dan English. Lynn Vandcrict. Tim Biggs; back row: Kim Duke, Kristi Jacobsen. Tammy Reynolds This page sponsored by Dr. R. D. Boyce, OptometristPEMM Juice Thornburg. Kama Carroll. Melody Palmer. Debbie Brooks. Marilyn Hilton. Jeri Burner. Janice Buie, Kelly Beasley KZN 114 first row: Dixie Anderson. Deb Stark, Diane Mickclson, Kathy Kosslcr. Jayne Pantalonc, back row: Carol Thumma. Billie Marie Calcatcrra. Marilyn Palmer. Lois Perry. Debbie Buck, Miss McManus. Eliane Quinn. Anita Lathrop. Not pictured: Jean Blunn. Ida WunderlichCHEERLEADERS clockwise from lop: Susan Peterson, Brenda Kerr. Teena Briggs, Lee Ann Bennett M-CLUB 115 I. to r. Curt Kcgal, Jim Oriel, Mark Rueda. Mike Pickett. Don Kieckbush. Mark Bisscll. Rick Brown. Tony Smith, Jay Krant . Jim Graham. Jeff Strickland. Rick Rewerts. Glen Johnson. Randy Cornwell. Steve Hackctt. Joe Bennett. Dave Cloud. Roger Willhitc. Marty Palmer. Myke Palmer. Bill Woodfordseated: Tom Brincy and Matthew, Peg Vranish. standing: I.eAnne Jenkins, Bonnie Worley. Mr. Bricn a, Ken Devine 116 seated: Steve Abramavage, Amy Cooksey, Faith Porter, standing: Tom Davidson. Dane Nobles, Bill Clark. Dr. Gober. Mike Schulz IA CLUB I. to r. Dane Nobles, Jim Carroll, Cliff Keller, Mike Cory. Mike Pickett. Tom Rogers. Rick Brown. Martin Dickerson. Mr. Scott SNEA front row: Bev Massa, Shirley Hudson. Betty Lau. Debbie Edwards, back row: Jim Massa, Margaret Vandegrift. Patty Huntleykneeling: Jayne Pantalonc, Dave Riblctt. Debbie Stark. Karen Springer. Marilyn Palmer. Janice Dal-laserra, Janet Steele, Debbie Edwards standing: Martin Dickerson. Anita l.athrop. Fawn McKenzie. Jean Blunn. Mrs. Hawkins. Lee Ann Bennett. Roben Palmer; not pictured: DebSime. Patty Johnson This page sponsored by Frank M. Davis Law OfficeSPORTSFRONTIER CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Row I: Puyear, R. Palmer. M. McCormick. Guillory. Ramondclli. Rewerts. Kcgal. Milam. J. Bennett. Musgravc. Cornwell. Weston. Woodford. Johnson. Row 2: Lucero. McDonald. Hackctt. Rueda, S. McCormick. Oriet, M. Palmer. Krantz. Armstrong. Smith. Coyle. Graves. Graham. Scally, Petersen. Bailey. Row 3: Coach Nelson. D. Bennett, Voss. Lowncy. Borden. Brown. R. Willhitc. Bisscll. Davis. Gallagher. Mahoney. Happ. Corey, Bcardslec. Row 4: Kendall. M. McCormick. Lucicr. Jacobson. Edwards, Strickland. Tabor, Woodard. Jcttc. Hurless, Latimer, Ollingcr, Dietz. Miller. Krumheuer, Holder. 120 FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD Simon Fraser 7 WMC 7 College of Idaho 7 WMC 32 Eastern Montana 6 WMC 34 Carroll College 14 WMC 17 Montana Tech. 7 WMC 34 Eastern Montana 17 WMC 44 Rocky Mountain 30 WMC 42 U. of Nevada 49 WMC 0 East. Washington 31 WMC 28 1977 ALL CONFERENCE TEAM MEMBERS OFFENSE: First Team Running Back Center Guard Tackle Second Team Quarterback Running Back Mark McCormick Wayde Davis Rich Ramondclli Gary Milam Mark Bisscll Sam McCormick DEFENSE: First Team End Tackle Line Backer Defensive Back Defensive Back Defensive Back Second Team End Line Backer Defensive Back Rick Rewerts Joe Bennett Stan Coyle Steve Weston Jim Oriet Jim Graham Bill Woodford Marty Palmer Elmer Musgravc DISTRICT 12 COACH OF THE YEAR-Coach George Nelson 121MEN’S BASKETBALL Ray Wanly, Jeff Hibbert, Don Kicckbush. Dave Cloud. Ron Williams. Shaync Flinders. Guy Lalickcr. Brian Patrick. Jim Grigg. Steve Carlyle. Steve Clausen. Rich Jcttc. Mark Harris 122123124MEN’S TRACK 125126 I. to r. Standing: Kilty l.ogan; Ann Mills; Robin Hill; Birdie Swan; Mary Cheek; Betty Tash; Jackie Clouner: Rccnc Hamer. Kneeling: Julie Thornburg; Cindy King. I. lo r. Standing: Sucann Erickson. Jcri Burner. Jenny Brown. Lccann Bennet. Betty Tash, Deidre Curtis. Kama Carroll. Kneeling: Barb Sorenson. Sandy Campbell. Brenda Heramb. Marilyn Hilton. Patty Johnson. Kitty Logan. Absent: Laurie Hamer.Kneeling: Kitty Logan. Sandy Campbell. Ann Mills. Jeri Burner. Cindy King. Debbie Brooks. Janice Buie Standing: Laurie Hamer. Kama Carroll. Faye Espinoza, Kathy Klick. Ellen Nash. Mary Cheek. Diane Drake. Rona MeOmber Absent: Jancc Williams 128 Girl’s BasketballSCORES WMC 57, MSU ‘B 61 75, Whitworth 78 46, Gonzaga 50 48, Mont. Tech 52 66. Northern 64 70, Lewis Clark 66 33, Carroll 51 70, Mont. Tech 41 73, MSU ‘B 59 WMC 62, Northern 49 54. Eastern 58 54, Carroll 56 59, Rock Mt. 53 54, Mont. Tech 63 61, Rocky Mt. 72 45, Eastern 55 63. Whitworth 68 42, East. Wash. 79 STATISTICS Season Record: 6-12 Frontier Record: 4-6 Scoring Leaders: Rona MeOmber 15.1 Ellen Nash 10.9 Diane Drake 8.3 Rebounding Leaders: Ellen Nash 11.3 Diane Drake 7.1 Rona MeOmber 6.1 Mary Cheek 5.9 129RAQUETBALL Standing: Mr. Marinkovich. Charles Mcrrificld. Marty Palmer. Randy Cornwell. Kneeling: Tim Anderson. Victor Yadao. Tom Anderson WOMEN’S INTRAMURAL ASSOCIATION 1st row: Barby Bedey. Marilyn Hilton. Melanie Michels. Janice Buie. Melanie Bumgarner. Jesse Regal: 2nd row: Lee Ann Bennett. Debbie Grant. Mary Bushilla. Brenda Kerr. Debbie Brooks. Brenda Hcramb. Kory Spindlcr. Julie Thornburg. Susan Peterson; 3rd row: Laurie Hamer. Maureen Elford. Jackie Clouncr. Jeri Burner. Lori Kicckbush. Paula Espinoza, Patty Johnson. Debbie Sime. Nicki Gilmore; 4th row: Kathy Klick. Jancc Williams. Mary Nash. Birdie Swan. Kama Carroll. Faye Espinoza. Mary Cheek. Janet Steele, Mel Palmer. Jeri Geer. Paulette Held. Elaina Nickol, Cindy King. Jackie Regal. Deidre Curtis. Mel Adsit. 130WESTERN INTRAMURALS 1978 131132133134 Sports Med.135ALUMNI GAME M-CLUB INITIATION 136ADVERTISINGACCOMMODATIONS INCLUDE Attractive and Convenient Residence Halls Sixteen Modern Apartments for Married Students Dining Room Facilities A SPECIAL MESSAGE TO HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS INTERESTED IN TEACHING CAREERS ... Western Montana College offers the following degrees: Associate of Arts (2 year) Associate of Science (2 year) Bachelor of Arts in Natural Heritage Bachelor of Science in Natural Heritage Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education (teach K-9) Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education (teach 7-12) Master of Science in Education A fifth year program for the professional teaching certificate OR, IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN OTHER CAREERS, WESTERN OFFERS: A two-year curriculum in Business Education A two-year General College Course Onc and two-year Pre-Professional courses preparing for entrance into professional schools 138INTEGRATION WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA With the on-going integration studies with the University of Montana, students may begin their college careers at the smaller institution. Western Montana College, and transfer to the larger University of Montana after one or two years. Please note that while transfer to other institutions is entirely feasible, articulation with the University of Montana makes transfer to that institution smoother and easier. Programs presently articulated arc shown below. Other program articulations are being worked out. Anthropology Botany English Foreign Languages Geology Mathematics Medical Technology Political Science Zoology Pre-Medical Science Pre-Natural Science (Forestry, Wildlife, Biology and Recreation) Biology Computer Science Geography Home Economics Microbiology Military Science Sciology Journalism Pre-Pharmacy ACCREDITATION Western Montana College is a member of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education and the Association of State Colleges and Universities. Western Montana College is accredited by the Regents of the Montana University System and the Northwest Association of Secondary and Higher Schools. For information, write to the Admissions Officer WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE DILLON, MONTANA 59725WMC BOOSTER CLUB During the past 20 years, the WMC Booster Club has proven synonymous with the college’s growth, progress, and well-being. Its contributions include almost 600 freshman scholarships, values at approximately $90,000. During the 1977-1978 academic term. Boosters awarded 65 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 and recruiting funds. Current club officers arc: Jim Wilson, president; Joe Morstcin, vice president; Joe Lane, treasurer, and Charles Stauffer, secretary. Serving on the board of directors arc Norm Stubbs, Bob Harrison, Bob Romers, Bob Gerringa, Max Nield, Henry Stish. Walt Albertson, Don Crosscr, Don Peterson, Bob English, Ron Johnson. Tom Delaney, Spence Hegstad, Chuck Cook, Tom Welch, Ray Curtis. George Nelson, Dick Jonasen, Larry Chaffin, Jack Lovell, John McCollum, and Dick Rannus. The membership roll, as of April I, 1978, follows: A W Drive Inn Clay Anders C. R. Anderson Kenneth J. Bandolier Dr. George Bandy Norm Banks Bob Barnes Cliff Bay Beaverhead Bar Supply Beaverhead Printers Beaverhead Trophy Arnold Benson Big Sky Cinema Dr. Robert Boyce Ed Cardwell Edward Cebull Larry Chaffin Tom Clcmow Club Bar Coast-to-Coast Chuck Cook Karlye Contway Co-op Supply Terry Cypher Darigold Stan Davison Tom Delaney Dillon Cable TV Dillon Disposal Dillon Tribune Dillon Kiwanis Dillon Portrait Studio Dilmart Lloyd Dougherty Elicl’s Dr. Robert English The Establishment First National Bank John Garry W. G. Gilbert, Jr. Gordon Frcightlincs Margaret Hagenbarth Hale’s College Exxon Harding Hanson Ed Harding Bob Harrison Harvey Bros. Constr. Dr. W. W. Hawkins Larry Hickcthicr Homestead House Harry W. Jensen Dick Jonasen Dr. A. L. Juergens Al Kajin KDBM Radio Bill Kearns M. H. King Co. Later’s Jewelry Lconhardt RanchwcarLarry Link George Lots Chuck Lucero Dr. John McCollum Ralph MeFadden James Mclsaac Gene McKecvcr Blanche McManus Jim McNally Georgia Mathews Mitchell Drug Gile Mitchell Montana Motor Supply Montana Power Co. John Morse, Jr. Mountain Bell Robert E. Newlon Max Nicld Dr. Paul Okamoto Dorn Ori Evelyn Orr Paul’s Chevrolet J. C. Penney Co. Peterson Drug Pctrolanc Stcclgas Paul Picton Pioneer Federal S L Ted Renfro Roberts Food Royal Inn Robo Car Wash Dr. Bob Romers Safeway Stores Saga Foods Schulz, Davis Warren Dan Scott Jim Short Dr. James Sisk Scars Store Dr. John Scidcnstickcr Skect’s Cafe Howard Smith Eloisc Snavcly Sneed’s Cycle Sales Southmonl Tractor Standard Lumber State Bank Trust Co. State Bar Dining Room Charles Stauffer Henry Stish Bill Straugh Keith Taylor Throckmorton’s TV Valley Motor Supply Veterinary Hospital Vigilante Electric Ron Wagner Dona Wallace Don Walters Richard Wieber Ron Wirtz142CHINOOK BOOSTERS THE CLOTH SHOPPE 24 South Idaho Dillon, Montana STANDARD LUMBER COAL CO. 302 North Montana Dillon, Montana SEARS 39 North Idaho Dillon, Montana GRACIE’S NEW USED STORE 140 West Bannack Dillon. Montana HAZEL’S STYLE SHOP Andrus Hotel Building Dillon, Montana ROLANDSON EQUIPMENT North of Dillon STEPHEN’S GREENHOUSE FLORAL 508 Kentucky Avenue Dillon, Montana ROBERTS FOODS 201 South Idaho Dillon, Montana DILLON ROTARY CLUB Rotary International THE HEALTHY i 25 South Idaho Dillon, Montana A W ROOT BEER North of Dillon STAMM JEWELERS, INC. Andrus Hotel Building Dillon. Montana TOM JONES INSURANCE AGENCY Andrus Hotel Building Dillon. Montana COAST TO COAST 12 South Idaho Dillon. Montana 144 HALE’S COLLEGE EXXON 640 South Atlantic Dillon. MontanaSKEETS CAFE Enjoy Our Seafood Steaks Burgers And Fries Dinning Room Open 6 a.m.-lO p.m. Cafe Open 24 hrs Community Playschool 710 S. Atlantic 683-4935Want to remodel the old igloo. But don't know what to do? See us For a better idea!' Home Decor Unlimited The Homestead House 130 S. Montana 683-4447 Complete home remodeling Accessories for the bathroom Authorized Long-Bell Kitchen dealer 30 North IDAHO TVs by RCA, Sharp and Magnavox Stereos components by Sharp Magnavox Records-LPs, 45s, Cassettes, 8 track Sheet Music and Music Boosk Tape Recorders - Radios Mini Mall Shop Under one roof — Shop The Mini Mall The Finishing Touch Klondike Inn Bowl-Full The Rag Doll 146 The Knock About Music Box Footprints The Lady BugROYAL INN MOTEL COFFEE SHOP AND JOKER LOUNGE 49 Rooms, Bridal Suite, Executive Suite, Swimming Pool, Doris Schrocdcr Individual air conditioning Restaurant Manager and heating Owen Allen. Manager SNAPPY SERVICE Open Daily 7 am to 11 pm CAMPUS BOOKSTORE Betty Barnes. Manager 147 STATE DINING ROOM PETERSON DRUG 5-11 pm Dinners 11:30 AM- 2:00 PM Lunches Dillon, Montana Service to Humanity Is the Best mm Work (Loton (Emitiirg ftallrrg of Life BOOKS - FINE ARTS • ART SUPPLIES 424 E REEDER LORENE LOVELL Du ion MT 5972S 683-5525 STATE BANK TRUST COMPANY MEMBER OF F.D.I.C. 148 Dillon, Montana“Good Food” Establislfipeijt 31 South Idaho Phopc 408-688-4422 f illop, Moptaqa 59725 Home cooking at its BEST DAIRY QUEEN Dillon, Montana THE BLOOMIN’ PLACE Above J.C. Penney 683-4756 Wide Selection of Floral Arrangements and Plants BALDY MOUNTAIN Outdoor Apparel Equipment Phone 683-5955 Dillon, Montana 59725PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR. R.D. ROMERS DR. JOHN McCOLLUM Dentist Phone 683-2671 108 S. Washington, Dillon DR. E.D. EVANS Dentist Phone 683-4491 30 S. Montana, Dillon DR. W.E. MONGER Osteopathic Physician Phone 683-4421 Dentist Phone 683-5312 State Bank Building, Dillon DR. R.J. ENGLISH Optomolrist Phone 683-2611 234 E. Glendale, Dillon DR. J.C. LINDUSKA Dentist Phone 683-2861 138 E. Bannack, Dillon 330 S. Idaho, DillonPIONEER FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN Specializing In High Rate Savings Plans and Home Loans Depostis Insured to $40,000 VIGILANTE ELECTRIC CO-OP, INC. DILLON PORTRAIT STUDIO SERVING SOUTHWESTERN MONTANA CREATIVE PHOTOGRAPHY Phone 683-2741 4 N. Washington St. Dillon. Montana 1S1Compliments Of THE ANACONDA COMPANY ANACONDA 152 Anaconda Reduction Department Anaconda, MontanaPARISIAN CLEANERS “Your Business Recommended By" MIKE’S TEXACO SERVICE 14 North Washington Dillon, Montana Fred Backus Owner Atlantic Glendale Dillon, Montana Phone 683-2072 First in Personal Service C.R. ANTHONY’S 10 South Montana St. Dillon, Montana ELIEL’S The Store Of Your Choice 2-14 North Idaho Dillon, Montana Phone 683-2305SUNDOWNER MOTEL 683-2375 500 N. Montana Street Dillon, Montana Queen Size Beds Air Conditioning Courtesy Coffee Direct Dial Phones Spacious Color T.V. AAA Approved In Dillon it’s the “Sundowncr”- Comfort at its Best Art and Kara Oliver- Owners fid KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN Colonel Sanders' Recipe for Fast Takeout or Sit-in Service “It’s Finger Lickin’ Good” Also Serving Sandwiches Fish and Chips Dillon, Montana Phone 683-4003 LEONHARDT RANCHWEAR Featuring Jr. Misses Styles By Fritzi, You Babes, Wendy, Jessica 33E Helena St. Dillon. Mt. INSULATE THE ATTIC FIRST I I An important thing to know about insulation is where to use it A general rule is to start with your attic, since this is where most heat loss occurs. You also should insulate outside walls, around doors and windows, under floors over unheated areas such as a crawl space, and inside unfinished basement walls For information on the proper type of insulation consult your Montana Power advisory service. MT 74 V4 1S4LAZY H GUN CORRAL HAROLD A. BETZ Gunsmith PmONK 400 - 683-0207 as E. IANNACK OILLON. MONTANA BS73S Repairs, Rebarreling, Custom Stocks -Chambering - New and Used Guns-Reloading Equipment Muzzle Loading Supplies MITCHELL DRUG Dillon. Montana J.C. PENNEY We Know What You're Looking for Shop Penney’s in Dillon for Greatest Selections for More Great Buys Shop the J. C. Penney Catalog Phone 683-4371 HUSKY SERVICE STATION Goodyear Tire Store Dillon, Montana 155BEAVERHEAD BAR SUPPLY LIK1A1 1111 111 Bud-Oly. Great Falls All the Best 120 tt. montana 683-2651 pfj. ©til on iRontana SAGA FOOD SERVICE SAGE FOOD SERVICE takes this opportunity to thank Western's food service employees and boarding students for all your loyal support. Thanks! - FOOD SERVICE DIREC CHARLES C. LITTS 156 SAGA FOOD SERVICEMIDI MART BEAVERHEAD PRINTING AND SUPPLY Self Service Gas Groceries Cold, Cold Beer 20 East Glendale Dillon, Montana Serving Dillon and Southwestern Montana Since 1880 Affiliated with Northwest Bancorporation Member F.D.I.C. FIRST NORTH WESTERN BANK 157 Dillon. MontanaMINI CO-OP CO-OP SUPPLY INC. GAS, GROCERIES, BEER. POP 683-4939 PETROLEUM. PRODUCTS. TIRES PROPANE, BATTERIES, HARDWARD 683-2308 Dillon, Montana THE SHOE HOUSE Dillons complete family Shoe Store. oittofttou 130 N. Montana Dillon, Montana 26 No. Idaho Dillon. MT 59725 (406) 683-5265 Wedding Announcements Diaries Wedding Accessories Scrapbooks Secretarial Services Calendars Bookkeeping Services Your Complete Office Supply Center PARTS • ACCESSORIES • EQUIPMENT VALLEY MOTOR SUPPLY CO. Secretarial and bookkeeping suppliesDI-HARDWARE Your Complete Hardware Store HARDWARE 36 North Idaho Dillon, Montana THE DILMART F.H. STOLTZE LAND AND LUMBER CO. Surfaced Lumber White Wood Baled Shavings Douglas Fir Phone 683-4236 YE OLE TOWNE INN PIZZAS GALORE! COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS G.E. Zenith Dillon. Montana Disco and Mexican food Phone 683-4955 Dillon, Montana (TAKE ME WITH YOU) 159WMC - 1978 « 114 H I II f in 2 I f 160?


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