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

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 The Chinook Western Montana College Dillon, Montana2To achieve all that is possible. We must attempt the impossible. To be as much as we can be. We must dream of being more. 3 4689The first and fundamental law of nature is to seek peace and follow it. 10 -Thomas HobbesSunrise warm in your eyes Blue skies fur us you see. One duy you'll know whut the future meuns And curry your broken dreams through the valley And rest in their peace. -Brian Whitcome and Grant 11121314Each life needs its own quiet place. Nothing is ours hut time. 15Editor: Jean Biunn Business Managers: Cindy King Debbie Wenger Photographers: Bridcnstcin Photo Studio Dillon Portrait Studio Lawrence Leith Brian Pctro Dave Riblctt Russ Richardson Staff: Cathy Cooper Janice Dallascrra Aline Drabbs Robert Haft Patty Johnson Dawn Minugh Kelly Murphy Jayne Pantalone Deb Simc Deb Stark Advertising: Barb Bissell Cathy Doric Tammy Gibson Cody Larson Maria Stuart 17page 19 page 29 . page39 page 49 page 61 page 93 page 109 page 125 page 137 Graduate Students and Seniors Juniors ..................... Sophomores................... Freshmen .................... Activities .................. Faculty and Staff............ Sports ...................... Organizations ............... Advertising ................. 18 GRADUA TE STUDENTS SENIORSSeniors Sieve Abramavage Dillon Jolcnc Allen Choteau Ron Allen Choteau Toni Anderson Darby Patricia Boylan Bozeman Paul Briney Bullc Debbie Brooks Philipsburg Dale Burgman Bull Riek Brown Ennis 21Gail Bumgarner Divide Melanie Bumgarner Bell Sieve Christiansen Charlo Violcl Cicerone Bill Clark Missoula Stan Coyle Donalsvillc. Georgia Debra Craven Twin BridgesDcirdrc Curtis Dillon Richard Hager Alder Louanne Harnack Great Falls Dan Harrison Dillon Kathleen Harrison Dillon Juanita Hatcher Anaconda Paulette Held Whitehall 23Cliff H os haw Butte Marty lliff Poison Kristi Jacobsen Sun River Debbie Keyser Florence Kathy Klick Augusta Jay Krant Honan (ircta l.cn Ashton. Idaho Bev Mavsa Fairfield Jim Mavsa Shingle Springs. California 24Harold Maxcy Dillon James Oriel Belgrade Charles Osborne Butie Marilyn Palmer Bridger Melody Shock Palmer Si. Ignatius Koben Palmer Joliet Bruce Petersen Dillon Cole Pierce Dillon Faith Porter Thompson Falls 25Rich Ramondclli Yonkers. N.Y. Elizabeth Rebish Dillon Mark Rueda Fallon. Nevada Michele Ryan Great Falls Michael Schulz Sheridan Martha Sonni Butte Deborah Stark Butte Darlene Sloltz Laurin Jeffrey Strickland Denver, Colorado 26Dick Tallent Betty Tash Julie Thornburg Alberton Chanh Phu Tran Libby Lynn Van Dc Riel Fairfield Carol Voss Susanville. California Steve Voss Susanville. CaliforniaDebbie Wenger Columbia hills Sieve Weston Deer Lodge William J. Woods Hathaway Roger Willhitc Thompson Falls Janec Williams Powell. Wyoming Bonnie Kay Worley Dillon29Juniors l.ccann Bcnncll Circa! Falls Kathy Brincy Butte Janice Buie Cardwell 30Richard Allen Chotcau Kelley Beasley Bo c man Jean Blunn Great Falls Marilyn Berryman Butte Mark Bissell Fairfield Jackie Clouner Great FallsJoan Foster Bcrnic Galti Grove City. Ohio Niki Gilmore Townsend Debbie Grant Hungry Horse Karl Hartsc Missoula Hrcnd.i Hcramb Conrad Jim Kropp (•real Kills (iary Krumheuer Huntley Project Jo Hllcn Magnuvon Butte Harvey McDonald h'rcnchtownRosemarie Moreland Anaconda Jayne Pantalonc Wilmington. Delaware Tony Rebish Butte Dave Riblcll Wilmington. Delaware JSTom Rogers Plains Mike Scall) Harlovnown Pa I rice Scull Vicior An Skinner Dillon Carl Somers HelenaKaren Stubbs Dillon Bridget Swan Great Falls Evelyn Thompson Chinook Terence Watters 37Jennifer Brown Tina Brown Jeri Burner Sophomores Dinny Bennett Deer l odge Debbie Beyers Marilyn Andersen Dillon Mike Andrus Fairfield Barb Bedey HamiltonDudley C hilcott Stcvcnsvillc Cathy Cooper Patty Corr Mike Cory (ircat I alls Tina Crasser Tucson. Arizona Janice l allavcrra Anaconda Barbara DeFordMarilyn Hilton St. Ignjliu Joyce Hull Dillon Robert Hungatc Anaconda Mildred Jackson Melrose Brad Jacobson Poison Patty Johnson CentervilleLinda Klcttc Conrad Nancy Nell Itasl Helena Dawn Minugh Dodson lillcn Nash John Konen Bade Dennis Laiimcr Challis. Idaho 15James Ouren Townsend Andy Peterson High Point. NX'. Brian Pclro Moundsvillc. Minnesota Peggy Pettit Dillon Bob Puhek Spokane. Washington «6Shelley Stewart Jim Vandergrift Dillon Sharon Vandergrift Pally Varty (•real I alK John Sirickland Deer Lodge Tom Tabor Missoula I red Trafclct ) M J IAlbert Anderson SpotsyUama. V.i. Much Anderson Baker Tim Bennett Deer l.odgc William Bicbcr Whitehall Barb Bisscll I airfield Jim Blanche Deer Lodge l)cbra Benson Manhatten Carl Benson Dillon ( indy Boyd Silver Star SOLaura Calhoun Livingston IX bbic Colucci Anaconda Tcri Cooper Lewis! own Joanne Day Missoula Kim Christianson Kalis pell l.ita Clark Townsend Kobcri Cooper Opheim Nancy Co Dillon Darryl Culler Butte 51I.yncii Fikani Belgrade Julie Fournier Butlc Linda Foxworthy Indpls.. In. Nancy Francis Helena Anita (icach Butte Kathy Cicbcrt Missoula Shari Gebhardt Simms Jay Graham Big Timber Dan Haft Butlc S3Ike Hansen Bob I Linford Margie Irvine Helen Haichcr Anaconda Dave Hergesheimer Havre Bill Herrin Hamilton David Howery Norman Jenkinx Alexandria. Va. Bam kearnxMike Kelly Dillon Miles kruid-.cn Bainvillc Kevin Krui cr Condon Shelly Lake Dillon Rhonda Larsen Culbertson Li Lettenga Conrad S5S6 Mary Lou McWilliams HilLui Mike Maroncy Butte Linda Mavros Hamilton Patricia Mecklenburg Butte Melanie Michels Great Falls Bob Mickcbon Anaconda Aubrey Miller Harlowton Kathy Miller Silver Star John Monaco AnacondaTcnlc) Morris ( orvallis Melinda Mount Livingston Kell) Murphy C'harlo Joy Novich Twin Bridges Kathleen O'Conner Baker Sondra Olsen Lima Brian Olson Custer. South Dakota Maribeth Olson Geyser Kort Pearson La unn Beach. California S7(iina Peterson Jackson Robyn Phillips Sr Ignatius Karen Pickett Dillon John Pontius Fairbanks. Alaska Rich Powell S'csl Yellowstone Judi Price Dillon Julie Radcinachcr Butte Stella Raines Deer I odge Kim Richardson Dillon Russ Richardson Dillon Jill Rouillicr St. Ignatius Gayle Sc ha barker Ennis Judy Schucncman Twin Bridges Pam Scotl NcilSIamc Duluth. Mn. Joanne Slifka Maria Stuart Butte Janet Sutherland liaglc Point. Oregon Kathy Tamckc Deer Lodge Brenda Smith Wibaux Kevin Smith Geraldine Marilyn Stacy Stcvcnsvillc Kay Sto Geraldine Kirk StrongI.ori Tangcn Great Falls Debbie Taylor Geraldine Robyn Tiller Idaho Falls Janet Turner IMIUn Peggy Vandchcy Stcvensvillc Corrinc Wicks Anaconda Teresa Wilson Slcvcnsvillc Debra Winter IXnton Linda Yarnotl Great Falls 606263Watchful Crowd Queen Kory Mascot 64 Queen and Court Sophomore Float Spindler6667Woodstick May I, 1979 Rehearsals 68Woodstick May 1, 1979 , Rehearsals 7071Spring A wards 72 Swearing in of Central Board Basketball AwardsRodeo Awards B a s k c i b a I I A w a r d s Scholarships 73 Scholarships Industrial Arts AwardEaster Seals Disco Dance-A-Thon 7475Smoker 7677Best Of Broadway 7879 80Gargoyles Present: 81WMC Rodeo May 19 20, 1979 8283Who’s Who Dixie Andersen is an English and Business major from Arlee. She was the editor of the Wescolitc for the 1977-1978 school year, and she is a recipient of a journalism award. She is active in Kappa Zeta Nu. and she was also a member of Spurs during her Sophomore year. Jolcne Allen is an Elementary Education major from Cho-teau. She is a member of SNEA, Kappa Delta Pi, and chorus. Jolcne has been active in Rainbow Girls and received the Rainbow Scholarship in the Spring of 1978. Melodcc Adsit is a Broadfield Physical Education major from Hardin. She is active in PEMM Club and womens inlramurals. She was also an active member of Spurs during her Sophomore year. 84Thomas Anderson is a Broadficld Physical Education major with an emphasis in Sports Medicine from Darby. He serves as the vice president on Central Board, he is a member of Circle K Club, and he received a PEMM Club scholarship. Debbie Brooks is a Physical Education major from Phillips-burg. She is involved with girls’ basketball and women's intramurals. She was also a member of Spurs during her Sophomore year. Melanie Bumgarner is an Elementary Education major from Belt. During her years at Western, she was active in Spurs. Kappa Delta Pi, Music Club. Chorus, and Pep Band. 85Rcy Busch is a History and Social Science major from Hamilton. He is a member of Kappa Delta Pi, and he was also a student delegate to Central Board. Katherine Cassidy is an Elementary Education major from Butte. She is a member of Kappa Delta Pi and the vice president of Kappa Zeta Nu. She is the recipient of the PEO Scholarship and the Advanced Honor Scholarship. Tom Davidson is an English major from Indianapolis, Indiana. During his years at Western, he was the president of Gargoyles, and he participated in the production of five plays. He is the recipient of the Joseph C. Ryburn Memorial Drama Scholarship, and a third place winner in the 1978 Western Montana College Poetry contest. Violctc Cicerone is a Music major from Dillon. She is active in Kappa Delta Pi, Music Company, Pep Band. Chorus. Chorale, and the AWS Council. 86LouAnne Harnack is an Elementary Education major from Great Falls. She was a former member of Central Board, and a Spur during her Sophomore year. She is a chorus member, and is also active in Music Club. Dennis Colder is an Industrial Arts major from Hamilton, he was the recipient of the Jim Spehar Memorial Scholarship. He was also a member of the Industrial Arts Club, and active in Ski Club. Paulette Held is a Business and Physical Education major from Whitehall. During her Sophomore year, she was a member of Spurs. She is a member of Kappa Delta Pi, PEMM Club, and women’s intramurals. She was also the recipient of the Dufresne and Advanced Honor Scholarships. Debbie Keyser is a Music major from Florence. She was a member of Central Board and is the Secretary of the Student Body. She is also a member of Circle K, Music club, and Pep Band. She was the winner of the Jane Buttrey Memorial Scholarship. 87Diane Mickelson is an Elementary Education major from Anaconda. She has been active in Kappa Zeta Nu, and is currently serving as the secretary for this club. She was also the president of Spurs, a Circle K Club member, and involved in Kappa Delta Pi. She was the recipient of an AAUW Scholarship. Diane Rcwerts is an Elementary Education major from Miles City. She was a member of Kappa Delta Pi. a Chorale accompanies! for four years, and the vice president of Kappa Zeta Nu for one year. She was the recipient of the AAUW Scholarship and given the Ralph McFaddcn award for music in 1976. Marilyn Palmer is a Biological Science major from St. Ignatius. She is the president of Kappa Zeta Nu. was editor of the 1978 Chinook yearbook, and also a member of Music Club. Jim Oriel is an Elementary Education major from Belgrade. He had a four year football scholarship, and he made all Conference First Team in football. He was a four year track letterman, and he was also the M Club president, and both the president and vice president of Circle K. He was also the recipient of the Maicr Miller Memorial Scholarship. 88Betty Jean Tash is a Health and Physical Education major from Dillon. She is an active member of women's intramurals and PEMM Club. She is also involved in intercollegiate track and volleyball. She was involved in R.O.T.C.. Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Zeta Nu. and Spurs. Michael Schulz is an English and Elementary Education major from Sheridan. He served on the staff of the Wcsco litc. and performed in the productions of “As You Like It” and "Oliver.” He has been a member of Kappa Delta Pi, and is this year’s president. Chanh Phu Tran is a Math major and an Art and Foreign Language minor from Hue Thuathun, South Vietnam. He is a member of Kappa Delta Pi. and a recipient of the Advanced Honor Scholarship and the American Field Service International Scholarship. Lynn Van De Riel is a Physical and Elementary Education major from Fairfield. She was active in Rodeo Club, a member of PEMM and Circle K Club, and she was also involved in women’s basketball. She was the recipient of the Cobb Foundation Scholarship and the Montana Cowgirl’s Association Scholarship. 89Graduation, June 2, 1979 9092FACULTY AND STAFFDr. Dale Tash President Western Montana College In your Chinook for 1979 you have recorded the interesting activities of the college year. May the accounts of your important achievements always be a source of pleasure and inspiration. May they also keep you close in spirit to your alma mater when you have left the campus to meet beckoning challenges that await you in the broad fields beyond. Dr. Dale R. Tash. Jr. President 94Deans And Directors Ms. Joan Clary Assistant Professor of Education Director of Student Teaching Dr. Lee Spuhlcr Dean of Continuing Education Off-Campus Services Mr. Henry Stish Dean of Students Associate Professor, Science Dr. Alan G. Zctlcr Dean of Education Professor of Education Mrs. Normadinc Kennedy Instructor in Business 9SMr. Donald K. Gosncll Assistant Professor. English Mr. Edward Ccbull Associate Professor, English English Dr. Wallace G. Gober Assistant Professor. English Mr. Lawrence Leith Assistant Professor. English Mrs. Ethel A. Hawkins Assistant Professor. English %fej Oq Mathematics Darrell Bcrtclson Terrance R. Cypher Instructor of Math Associate Professor, Mathematics Mr. Eliodoro Rodoni Instructor of Foreign Language Mr. Richard T. Sietsema Assistant Professor. Music Dr. Dcnnic C. Widen Instructor of Music M u s 9 1 c 97 Mr. Barney P. Brienza Mr. James D. Corr Assistant Professor. Art Assistant Professor. Art % Mr. Don Walters Associate Professor. ArtDr. Daniel G. Block Professor of Biological Science. Director of Natural Heritage Science Mr. Joe Streeper Assistant Professor. Physical Science Dr. Kenneth Bandetier Professor of Biological Science Dr. Joe Kennedy Professor of Biological Science 99Dr. Nyles Humphrey Assistant Professor. P.E. Director of Athletics Donna Wallace Assistant Professor. P.E. Mr. David L. Kendall Assistant Professor. P.E. Mr. George H. Nelson Assistant Professor. P.E. Bonnie Sheriff Assistant Professor, P.E. Mr. Donald Kcllz Instructor. P.E. 100Mr. Jcrold Hilton Avsistant Professor Social Science Dr. William C. O'Connor Assistant Professor. Social Science History, Social Science Dr Prank J. Busch Professor, Social Science Dr. Rex C. Myers Assistant Professor. History. Social Science 101Education 102 Dr. Robert E. Newlon Professor. Education Dr. Frank D. Tikalsky Associate Professor. EducationMr. Lawrence B. Link Director. Financial Aid 5 t a f f Mr. S. Thomas Briggs Director. Fiscal Affairs Mr. John A. Hammond Computer Center Director Mr. Larry W. Hickcthicr Registrar 103 Mr. Steven P. Sikes Controlcr Mr. Charles A. Stauffer Director. InformationMrs. Francis f ields Accountant Mrs. Betty Barnes Textbook Library, Bookstore Mrs. Virginia F.. Straugh Secretary. President Mrs. Gayle Gransbery Nurse Mr. Kenneth Cory Librarian Mrs. Essie letter Secretary. Financial Aid 104Mrs. Karylc Contway Secretary. Placement Mrs. Linda Lucero Secretary, Education Mrs. Sue Lynch Secretary. Continuing Education Mrs. Donna Rouse Secretary, Deans Office Mrs. Francis Richardson Cashier. Business Office Mrs. Patsy Matoon Clerk. Business Office 10SMrs. Betty Hanson Administrative Aide. Registrar Ms. Jamie Flynn Secretary. Business Office Mrs. Linda Ward Accounting Clerk Mrs. Elise Coppin Accounting Clerk 106 Mrs. Dorothy Seymour Accounting ClerkMaintenance Saga 107108Football Coaches and Assistants: Stanley Johnston. Dave Puyear. Coach George Nelson. Chuck Lucero. Gary Lanners. Rick Rewerts. Blake Sevalstad. Bill (Woody) Woodford. Bill Donahue. Betty Tash. Dave Kendall. Team: Ed Anderson. Greg Ballcw. Dinny Bennett. Tim Bennett. Bill Bieber. Mark Bisscll, Scott Bockman, Mike Brewer. Rick Brown. Craig Cox. Stan Coyle. Wayde Davis. Tim Dietz. Pat Donahue. Bruce Funk. Jay Graham. Jim Graham. Steve Graves. Steve Hackcit. Dave Hcrcshcimcr, Kurt Hurlcss, Alan Hymas, John Jenkins. Rich Jettc. Frank Komarck, Jay Krantz, Gary Krumhcucr. Dennis Latimer. Danny l.ucicr, Dan Martin. Mat McCormic. Harvey McDonald. Brent Miller. Mike Moroncy, Doug Mulvancy. Kevin Murphy. Jim Orict, Marty Palmer. Todd Palmer. Jim Peterson. John Pontias, Bob Puhek. Richard Ramondclli, Craig Rowan. Mike Scally. Tony Smith. John Strickland. Kirk Strong. Pat Stubbs. Mike Sullivan. Tom Tabor. Steve Voss. Jeff Walker. Russ Walsh. Roger Willhitc. Dick Yant. Bulldog Team Statistics Total Offense: 2735 yards in 9 games Highest Single Game Rushing: 275 VS Carroll Highes Single Game Passing: 185 VS Simon Fraser Highest Single Game Total Offense: 432 VS Carroll ALL FRONTIER CONFERENCE SELECTIONS 1ST TEAM Offense: Wayne Davis Defense: Jim Oriet Mike Scally Harvey McDonald 2nd Team Offense: Rich Ramondclli Sam McCormick Defense: Tim Dietz Dinny Bennett Rich Jettc no Final Record: 2 wins, 7 lossesWrestling Vicki Ness. John Pontius. Keith Gebhardt. Mike McKinlay. Ron Walker. Jim Ourcn. Mike Sullivan. Basketball Kip Motia. Don Kicckbusch. Rick Rewerts, Ron Williams. Brian Patrick. Joe Dc Braga. Craig Renius. Jamie Bily. Greg Bauska. Jim Grigg. Dave Cloud, Steve Clausen. John loanc.112113Frontier Conference Basketball Champs 114nsTrack 116 This page is sponored by Ned-F.va Lanes.117Volleyball Back row-1, to r.: Cathy Corlc. Patty Mecklenburg. Kolcnc Brown. Peggy Vandchcy. Marilyn Hilton. Cindy King. Julie Thornburg, Linda Davis. Front row: Kitty Logan. Kama Carroll. Birdie Swan. Mary Cheek, Patty Varty, Deidre Curtis, Betty Tash. 118Row I-I. to r.: Sandi Campbell. Jeri Burner. Mel Palmer, Deb Brooks. Cathy Doric. Row 2: Diane Drake. Robyn Phillips. Kathy Klick. Ellen Nash. Jancc Williams. Mary Cheek. Kama Carroll. Deb Strickland. Girls Basketball 119 This page is sponsored by Ed's Barber Shop.121122 123124 Chorus Chorale Front Row. I. to r.: Julie Fournier. Debbie Kcyscr. Mike Harness. Sheila Harnack. Judy Dvorak. Back row: Gary Trcglown. Mike Scott. Patrice Scott. Brian Petro, Steve Graves. 126Pep Band Seated: Cindy Boyd. Jim Maua. Cathy Cooper. Violet Cicerone. John Fuggins. Bob Cooper. Patrice Scott. Richard Seibert; Standing: Mike Scott. Gary Trcglown. Andy Sine. Brian Petro. Hal Amundson. Richard Sietsema. Front row Ralph Brosten. Dan Haft. Cathy Cooper. Cindy Boyd. Debbie Keyser: Second row: Leroy DeJohn. Hal Amundson. Jim Massa. Bob Cooper. Andy Sine. Al Anderson. Patrice Scott. Judy Dvorak. Violet Cicerone. Dennis Widen; Back row: Richard Seibert. Gary Trcglown. Brian Petro. Richard Sietsema. I-V Front row-L. to R.: Mike Riley. Ralph Brosten. Brian Petro. Second row: Debbie Taylor. Lee Ann Bennett. Barb Cadwalladcr. Cody Larson. Debra Winter. Faith Porter. Third row: Meg Windsor. Patty Mecklenburg. Paul Gibson. Tim Dyk, Jan Duiker. Randy Mickush. Bill Gallagher. Jennifer Gallagher. L to R: Mr. Scott. Randy Booth. Ben Alexander. Harold Maxey. Mike C'ory Tom Rogers. Russ Richardson. Doug Richards. Mark Thompson. Rick Brown. 128f-irsl row -1, to r.: Jayne Pantalonc. Deb Wenger. Cathy Cooper. Mrs. Hawkins, second row: Dan Haft. Jean Blunn. Cindy King. Brian Petro. Janice Dallascrra. Patty Johnson. Missing: Dawn Minugh. Deb Stark 129Seated: F.laina Nichol, Greta Lenz, Barb Bedey. Laura Calhoun. Cathy Cooper; Kneeling: Jayne Pantalonc. Dixie Andersen. Blanche McManus, Cathy Cassidy, Marilyn Palmer, Diane Mickclson. Patty Corr. Killy Logan. Linda Klcttc; Standing: Deb Stark Jean Blunn. Patrice Scott. Debbie Brooks. Janet Steele. Marilyn Andersen. Jenny Brown. Krista Petersen. Dawn Baker. Karen Stubbs. K D P Front row: Chanh Phu Tran. Brenda Hcramb. Kathy Harrison. Jolcnc Allen; second row: Jackie Clouncr. Beatrice Rodoni. Niki Gilmore. Evelyn Thompson. Debbie Edwards. Mel Palmer. Paulette Held. Darlene Stolt , Cathy Cassidy. Shirley Hudson. Mike Schulz; third row: Dan Harrison. Dr. Ncwlon. Betty Tash. nor®y r s p u r s I'ront row: Mary Check. Linda Klcttc, Maureen Elford. Second row: Elaina Nichol. Janet Steele. Maggie Sewell. Jeri Burner. Laurie Hamer. Dawn Minugh. Patti Corr. Ellen Nash. Third row: Cathy Cooper. Barbara Bedey. Sandi Eby. Circle K 4 Eront row: Paul Tatarka. Kelly Beasley. Krista Peterson. Jim Kropp. Jennie Brown. Barbara Bedey. Janet Steele. Melanie Michels. Second row: Steve Abramavage. Dave Garry. Bruce Peterson. I red Trnfclct. Richard Seibert. Russ Richardson, Aubrey Miller. Jim Richardson. Patti Johnson. Jim Ouren. Peggy Pettit. 131Central Board Sitting: Debbie Keyset-, Gail Bumgarner. Dave Cloud. Ron Walker. Roben Palmer. Standing: Linda Foxworthy. Mr. Sictsma. Brian Patrick. Nancy Nell. Ellen Nash. Jim Kropp. Dave Puyear. William Haley, Mr. Slish. 132M-Club Tim Did . Mark Bisscll. Jay Krani . Roger Willhitc. Jim Peterson. Mike Corey. Dinny Bennett. Stan Coyle. Rick Brown, Gob Kicckbush. Jim Oriel. John Strickland. Jim Graham. Dennis Latimer. Tony Smith. Gary Krum-heuer. Dave Cloud. Rich Jette, Rich Ramondelli. Marty Palmer. Brent Miller. 133 Sitting-1, to r.: Tom Barnes, co-advisor. Kathy Tamckc. Nancy Nell. Lynne Van Dc Rid. Kim Duke. Ray Stoos. Kristi Jacobsen. John Seymour. Advisor. Standing: John Konen. ina Simpson. Joe Dc Braga. Kathy Klick. Bill Haley. Andy Peterson. Willie Woods. Martin Dickerson. Stan Johnston.Cheerleaders Kneeling: Jean Kays. Shelley Lake. Standing: Lynctte likani. Lauri F.ckman. Judi Price. Phi Beta Lambda Silting: Janice Dallavcrra. Margie Irvine. June Mathews. Standing: Debbie Taylor. Tina Crosscr. Debra Winter, Theresa Wilson. John Ugctli. Mrs. Kennedy. Advisor. 134I. lo r. Karl Ha rise. Marilyn Berryman. Debra Lee Craven. Lawrence Leith. Regina Krump. Lois Swanson 135 Mike Schul , Dane Nobles. Richard Seibert. Faith Porter.136ACCOMMODATIONS 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 •One and two-year Pre-Professional courses preparing for entrance into professional schoolsINTERGRATION 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 are shown below. Other program articulations arc 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 Sociology 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 21 years, the WMC Booster Club has proven synonymous with the college's growth, progress, and well-being. Its contributions include almost 650 freshman scholarships, values at approximately SI00,000. During the 1978-1979 academic term. Boosters awarded 48 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 116, each of whom contributes financially to the annual scholarship and recruiting funds. Current club officers are: Tom Welch, president; Jack Lovell, vice president; Joe Lane, treasurer; Charles Stauffer, secretary. Serving on the board of directors arc Jim Wilson, Norm Stubbs, Bob Harrison. Bob Romers. BobGerringa, Max Nicld, Joe Morstein, Henry Stish, Walt Albertson, Don Crosscr, Don Peterson, Bob English, Ron Johnson, Tom Delaney, Spence Hegstad, Chuck Cook. George Nelson, Dick Jonasen, Ray Curtis. Larry w Chaffin, John McCollum, and Dick Rannus. The membership roll, as of April ), 1979 follows: A W Drive Inn Clay Anders C.R. Anderson C.R. Anthony Co. Kenneth J. Bandelier Dr. George Bandy Norm Banks Bob Barnes Cliff Bay Beaverhead Bar Supply Beaverhead Printers Beaverhead Trophy Arnold Benson Big Sky Cinema Dr. Robert Boyc Walter Brundage Ed Cardwell Edward Ccbull Larry Chaffin Tom Clcmow Coast-to-Coast Chuck Cook Karyle Contway Co-Op Supply Terry Cypher Darigold Stan Davison Tom Delaney D.l. Hardware Dillon Cable TV Dillon Disposal Dillon Tribune Dillon Kiwanis Club Dillon Portrait Studio Dilmart Lloyd Dougherty Elicl’s Dr. Rovert English The Establishment First National Bank John Garry W.G. Gilbert, Jr. Margaret Hagenbarth Hale's College Exxon Ed Harding Bob Harrison Harvey Bros. Const. Dr. William Hawkins Ted Hazclbaker Larry Hickethier Homestead House Harry W. Jensen Dick Jonasen Dr. A.L. Juergens Al Kajin KDBM Radio Bill Kearns M.H. King Co. Later’s JewelryLconhardt Ranchwear Larry I,ink George Lots Chuck Lucero Dr. John McCollum Ralph MeFadden James Mclsaac Gene McKccver Blanch McManus Jim McNally Georgia Mathews Mitchell Drug Gile Mitchell Montana Motor Supply Montana Power John Morse, Jr. Mountain Bell Nearly New Robert E. Ncwlon Dorn Ori Paul’s Chevrolet J.C. Penney Peterson Drug Paul Picton Pioneer Federal S L Ted Renfro Robert’s Food Dr. Bob Romers Royal Inn Safeway Stores Saga Foods Schulz. Davis Warren Dr. James E. Short Dan Scott Sears Store Dr. John Scidenstickcr Chris Small Howard Smith Carl and Eloisc Snavcly Sneed’s Cycle Sale Southmonl Tractor l.cc Spuhlcr Standard Lumber State Bank Trust State Bar Dining Room Charles Stauffer Henry Stish Sundowner Motel Keith Taylor Throckmorton’s TV Valley Motor Supply Veterinary Hospital Vigilante Electric Ron Wagner Richard Wiebcr Bruce Watters Jim Wilson Alan G. Zeller Mrs. Sam WilkinsonRoyal Inn Motel Coffee Shop and Joker Lounge 49 Rooms, Bridal Suite, Executive Suite, Swimming Pool, Doris Schrocdcr Restaurant Manager Individual Air conditioning and heating Owen Allen. Manager Baldy Mountain Outdoor Apparel Equipment Dillon Portrait Studio Creative Photography Phone 683-2741 4 N. Washington St. Dillon, Montana Phone 683-5955 Dillon. Montana 59725J.C. Penney We Know What You’re Looking for Shop Pcnncy’s in Dillon for Greatest Selections for more Great Buys Shop the J.C. Penney Catalog Phone 683- 4371 The Homestead House 30 North IDAHO TVs by RCA, Sharp and Magnavox Stereos components by Sharp Magnavox Records-I.Ps, 45s, Cassettes, 8 track Sheet Music and Music Books Tape Recorders-Radios State Bank and Trust Company MEMBER OF F.D.I.C. Dillon, MontanaWholesale-Retail DAIRY PRODUCTS Norm Stubbs-Distributor Mitchell Drug Dillon, Montana DARIGOLD Dillon » 448 S. Bozeman n83-4405 Leonhardt Ranch wear Husky Service Station Goodyear Tire Store Featuring Jr. Misses Styles By Fritzi, You Babes Jessica 33 E. Helena St. Dillon, Mt. Dillon, MontanaKentucky 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 Dairy Queen Dillon. Montana First Northwestern Bank Serving Dillon and Southwestern Montana since 1880 Affiliated with Northwest Bancorporation Member F.D.I.C. Dillon, MontanaMIDI MART Self Service Gas Groceries Cold, Cold Beer SUNDOWNER MOTEL 683-2375 500 N. Montana, Dillon Queen Size Beds Air Conditioning Courtesy Coffee Direct Dial Phones Spacious Color T.V. AAA Approved In Dillon its the “Sundowncr”-Comfort at its Best Art and Kara Olivicr-OwnersBE A VERHEAD PRINTING AND SUPPLY THE BLOOMIN' PLACE 20 East Glendale Dillon, Montana 25 East Glendale Wide Selection of Floral Arrangements and Plants PIONEER FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN Specializing In High Rate Savings Plans and Home Loans Deposits Insured to $40,000PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ROBERT D. BOYCE, O.D. Optomotrist 312 South Pacific, Dillon Phone 683-2020 DR. JOHN McCOLLUM Dentist Phone 683-5312 State Bank Building, Dillon DR. R. J. ENGLISH Optomotrist Phone 683-2611 234 E. Glendale, Dillon DR. W. E. MONGER Osteopathic Physician Phone 683-4421 138 E. Bannack, Dillon DR. E. D. EVANS Dentist Phone 683-4491 30 South Montana, Dillon DR. R. D. ROMERS Dentist Phone 683-2671 108 S. Washington, Dillon DR. J.C. LINDUSKA Dentist 330 South Idaho, Dillon Phone: 683-2861MINI MALL Shop Under One Roof- Shop the Mini Mall "the auto parts store” Good parts, good prices, good advice and so much more. DILLON GLASS SUPPLIES Glass Plastics of All Types Bennetts Colorizcr Paints Broken Glass Quickly Replaced 31 Store Buying Power - Montana. Wyoming. South Dakota Stan Shafer, Owner Phone (406) 683-2223 VALLIY MOTOR SUPPLY 216 South Montana Dillon. Montana Dillon, MontanaCRESTON MOTEL Quecn-sizc beds 335 South Atlantic Phone 683-2341 THROCK MORTONS 116 South Montana R R Express 21 East BannockVIGILANTE ELECTRIC CO-OP., INC. 225 East Bannack St. Dillon, Montana 59725 phone 683-2327 LET'S ALL SET QUR SPURS IN ORDER TO CONSERVE "ENERGY". MARY’S OK TIRE Complete Tire Service Montana Scbrcc Phone 683-2911Your Business Recommended By” MIKE'S SER VICE CENTER Fred Backus Owner Atlantic Glendale Dillon, Montana Phone 683-2072 Larry Laknar - George Laknar A WATER RESTRICTOR THE SIZE OF A DIME CAN SAVE YOU DOLLARS AND IT'S FREE The average family can save about $27 a year on its natural gas water heater ($42 if you heat water electrically) by installing a shower head water restrictor. Ask for one for every shower in your home or business. They're free! EL I EL S Dillon’s Complete Family Clothing Store 2-14 North Idaho Dillon, Montana Phone 683-2305PETERSON DRUG Dillon, Montana Where We Believe Service to Humanity Is the Best Work of Life SNAPPY SERVICE Open Daily 7am to 11pm PARISIAN CLEANERS 14 North Washington Dillon, Montana First in Personnel Service CHINOOK BOOSTERS STAMM JEWELERS, INC. Andrus Hotel Building Dillon, Montana STANDARD LUMBER 302 N. Montana Dillon, Montana KENTUCKY CASH 440 Kentucky Avc. Dillon, Montana ROLANDSON EQUIPMENT North of Dillon A W ROOT BEER North of Dillon SOUTH MONT TRACTOR CO. 520 N. Montana Dillon, Montana COAST TO COAST 12 North Idaho Dillon, Montana ROBERTS FOODS 201 South Idaho Dillon. Montana COUNTRY CURL State Bank Building Dillon, Montana TOWN AND COUNTRY GALLERY 424 E. Reeder Dillon, Montana STEPHEN S GREENHOUSE FLORAL 508 Kentucky Avc. Dillon. Montana GRAC1ES NEW AND USED STORE 140 East Bannack Dillon. Montana THE SECRETARY SUPPLIES 26 N. Idaho Dillon, Montana FOOTPRINTS Mini Mall Dillon, Montana DILLON BODY SHOP 115 S. Atlantic Dillon, Montana THE HEALTHY I 25 South Idaho Dillon. Montana HALES COLLEGE EXXON 640 S. Atlantic Dillon, MontanaDI-HARDWARE Your Complete Hardware Store s ------------- HARDWARE 36 North Idaho Dillon, Montana Williams Feed Inc. fccd-secd-fcrtilizcr 683-2881 MINI-CO-OP GAS, GROCERIES, BEER. POP 683-4939 TWIN BRIDGES. DILLON CO-OP SUPPL Y INC t Petroleum, Products, Tires Propane, Batteries, Hardware 683- 2308COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS G.E. Zenith Dillon, Montana SCARLET RIBBON BEAUTY SALON WIGGERY •683-4711 122 N. Montana, Dillon STATE BAR AND DINING ROOM BEAVERHEAD BAR SUPPLY Dinner 5-11pm Lunch llam-2pm BudweiserCompliments of The Anaconda Company ANACONDA Anaconda Reduction Department Anaconda, Montana 


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