University of Montana Western - Chinook Yearbook (Dillon, MT)
- Class of 1980
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Text from Pages 1 - 170 of the 1980 volume:
The 1980 Chinook Is Dedicated To Dr. Stanley R. Davison And Mr. Arthur Hedge
Retired in ‘77, but he's still with us at Western
Retired in ‘79 after ten years of service to WesternDr. Robert Thomas Brings New Hope To Western
Dr. Thomas at work The Thomas Team
Dr. Thomas and familyInauguration
Dr. Thomas talks to MTN
Dr. Thomas and Commissioner Richardson
Distinguished Inaugural Party4
Check your shoes, men.Dr. Tom Morlicr Dean of Students
Brian Patrick Student Body President
J0)RUipJ003 S3l)l|jDBJ XO|IBQ UBUfl
Dick and Judy Mandcvillc Head Resident Advisors
« Standing: Maureen Lovely, Russ Richardson, Mike Cory, Dennis Latimer, Scott Kerr, Mark Bisscll, Doug Richards, Marty Palmer, Vicki Sietsema, Bryan Devlin; Sitting; Joanne Slifka, Patrice Scott, Maureen Elford, Kim Hulse, Brenda Heramb. Corinnc Welborn, Tammy CherryCheerleaders - Maureen Elford, Teresa Hepola, Laurie Eckman, Karen Slubbs
71979 Homecoming King Queen Scott Kerr And Maureen El fordFreshman
Can you lend me a hundred?
Sorry, Paul. They don't offer a domino course.
Poor bus bit the dust!
The grass is greener on the other side
I'd give him a tenSomething in the way she moves
Kisses for sale
I distinctly told her no starchFreshmen Get Together At President’s Home
And that is my philosophy of education
I hope it's spiked
A couple of dolls
13A Touch Of Beauty. . .
Front row: Craig Devlin; Debra Keyser; Kathy Briney; Bryan Devlin; Ellen Nash; Mike Scott. Back row: Mr. Sictscma. Director; Andy Sine; Patrice Scott; Brian Petro; Karen Stubbs; Gary Trcglown; Joyce Hull; Steve Christiansen; Vicki Sictscma.
Directing: Patrice Scott.
Front: Mary Lockyer, Barb Cadwalladcr; Dolores Hecht; Kelly Beasley; Mike Hanson; Faith Porter; Sylvia Tyrrcl; Becky Parker; Ann Swanson. Second row: Sondra Olsen; Lois Swanson; Polly Knox; Roger Giulio; Mr. Sictscma. Director; Dan Haft; Aline Drabbs; Linda Yarnott; Cathy Cooper. Third row: Vicki Sietsema: Wendy Eck; Dave Howery; Brian Petro; Gary Trcglown; Dave Begin; Mike Scott; Andy Sine; Darci Trcglown: Cindy Rhoads.CHINOOK
Front: Harvey McDonald; Linda Yarnott; John Coyne; DaveSpehar; Lita Clark; Cathy Cooper; Mrs. Hawkins. Advisor; Leslie Slater. Second row. Lorcnc Hoerning; Cindy King; Patty Corr; Kitty Logan. Third row: Aline Drabbs; Cindy Kostrba; Sharyl Allen; Corincc Wicks.
1979-80 Chinook Staff
F.ditor: Cindy King
Assistant Editor: Kitty Logan
Business Managers: Rosemarie Moreland. Corinne Wicks. David Spe-har
Head Photographer: Brian Petro
Advisor: Mrs. Ethel Hawkins
Fall Quarter Staff Lorcnc Hoerning. Patricia Johnson. Winton Lytle. Leslie Slater, Deborah Taylor. John Ugetti. Aline Drabbs. Bobbi Jo Fowlic
Winter Quarter Staff Sharyl Allen. Lita Clark. Cathy Cooper. Patty Corr. John Coyne. Aline Drabbs. Lorcnc Hoerning. Cynthia Kostrba. Linda Yarnott
Spring Quarter Staff Cathy Cooper. Kathy Fonk, Lorcnc Hoerning. Linda Klcttc. Penny Steele, Janet Steele, Deb Stark. Virginia Wooly. Claudette Blackburn 0 fa
Front: Laura Calhoun; Lita Clark; Debbie Taylor. Back: June Matthews; Barb Colton; Marjorie Irvine; Debra Winter; Bobbi Hibbert.
Front: Ms. Clary; Barb Bedey; Karen Colder; Parry Corr; Cindy King; Karen Stubbs; Elaina Nickol; Jo Anne Leary. Second row: Linda Klcttc; Virginia Woolcy; Jocn Fleming; Kathy Leighton; Ebic Rebish; Roberta McKay; Teresa Hcpola; Evelyn Thompson; Terry Watters. Third row: Linda Dyer; Jenny Brown; Joe Crnich; Dr. Newlon. Advisor; l.cannc Jenkins; Kitty Logan.
Elaina Nickol; Jo Anne l.cary; Janice Dallascrra; June Matthews; Marilyn Hilton; Kitty Logan; Jean Blunn; Miss McManus. Advisor. Back row: Meg Windsor; Terry Donnelly; Cindy King; Jenny Brown; Nancy Nell; Patty Corr; Patty Johnson; Gay Farghcr; Linda Klcttc; Barb Bedey.
Front: Paul Roberts; Elaina Nickol; Terry Tenneson; Barb Cadwalladcr; Meg Windsor; Mark Oursland. Back: June Matthews; Karin Karns; l.orri Kirchncr; Debbie Taylor; Debra Winter; Kathy O'Connor; Margaret Steppan; Amy Corum.Wescolite
Front row: Jean Blunn; Marilynn Berryman. Back row: Mrs. Williams. Advisor: Terry Walters: Garv Krumheuer; Dan Haft: Kathy Hufrield.
Front row: Dan English; Polly Knox; Nancy Nell; Bobbi Jo Fowlic; Tammy English. Back row: Missy Menard; Maureen Lovely: Joni Weston: Zina Simpson.
Front: Zita Frisbic; Kay Holmes; Nancy Francis; Deb Colucci; Dane Nobles; Carl Benson; Debbie Strickland; Fred Trafelct; Russ Richardson; Carol Tatarka; Angie Barnett; Becky Parker; Marilyn Hilton; Claire Kochman; Linda Mavros. Back: Jenny Brown; Bobbi Jo Fowlic; Gary Krumheuer; Deb Huestis; Zina Simpson; Nancy Nell; Penny Steele; Belinda Rider; Aubrey Miller; June Matthews; Kelly Beasley.
Directing: Patrice Scott. Front: Jane Cooper; Brian Petro; Mr. Sietsema. Advisor. Back: Vicki Sictscma; Cathy Cooper; Debra Winter; Ruth Lofthus. Side: Claire Kochman; Gary Trcglown; Andy Sine; Dan Haft.Front: Debbie Taylor: Patty Mecklenburg; Joanne Slifka; Debra Winter. Back: Robyn Phillips; Gina Peterson; Lori Tangen; Lita Clark; Melanie Michels; Linda Mavros; Barb Cadwalladcr; Nancy Cox; Nancy Francis; Debbie Strickland.
Front: Meg Windsor; Dick Mandcville; Judy Mandcville: Elaina Nickol; Craig Palmer; Cindy King; Marilyn Hilton. Back: Dudley Chilcott; John Strickland; Greg Bauska; Stanley Johnston; Dinny Bennett.
Front: Terry Watters; Patty Corr; Brian Patrick; Teresa Hcpola; Jim Richardson. Back: Kelly Beasley; Keith Gebhart; Bill Clark; A1 Onsager; Randy Booth.
From left bottom on up: Roger Willhite; Doug Mulvancy; Mike Maroncy; Brent Miller; John Strickland; Jay Krantz; Dinny Bennett; Marty Palmer; Mark Bisscll; Dennis Latimer; Mike Scally; Scott Kerr; Ed Anderson; Scott Bockman; Kevin Murphy; Dave Hergesheimer; Gary Krumheuer; Tony Smith; Dick Brown. H
Seated: Randy Booth; Anthony Rebish; Dudley Chilcott. Standing: Martin Dickerson; John Konen; Randy Reishus; Mike Cory; Mr. Scott, Advisor.
Front row: Terry Tenneson; Carolyn Dahl. Back row: Nancy Nell; Mrs. Margcrct Vandergrift. Advisor; Bill Clark.
Candy Garbarino, Lynettc Fikani, I.auric Hamer, and Barb Bedey.
We support people of all ages!ake time to work— it is the price of success.
Take time to think— it is the source of power.
Take time to play—
it is the secret of perpetual youth.
Take time to read—
it is the foundation of wisdom.
Take time to be friendly—
it is the road to happiness.
Take time to dream— it is hitching your wagon to a star. Take time to love and be loved — it is the privilege of the Gods. Take time to look around— the day is too short to be selfish. Take time to laugh— it is the music of the soul.Mary Baker Emerick. . .
“Western has always been my life, both as a student and teacher. I am deeply pleased to now be able to help the college in this manner.”
A gift of S50.000. through an annuity trust, has been presented to the Western Montana College Foundation by Mary Baker Emerick. professor of art emeritus, who retired in 1968 after 43 years with the WMC art department. Following notification of her gift, the WMC Foundation board recommended that the college honor Mrs. Emerick by establishing “The Mary Baker Emerick Chair” for an art professor at Western.President Dr. Robert Thomas
AS YOU CONSIDER WHERE YOU HAVE BEEN.
AND THOSE WITH WHOM YOU HAVE COMMUNED,
MAY THE WINDS OF THIS CHINOOK -
WARMING. MELTING. REFRESHING -
EVELOPE YOU AS YOU
TRAVERSE THE SLOPES OF YOUR DESTINY
BOB THOMAS PRESIDENT
FOR THE 1980 CHINOOKAlcshirc. Charles Sgt. I si Class Military Science
Anders. Mr. Clayborn J. Assoc. Professor. I.A. Industrial Arts Club
Bandclier. Dr. Kenneth. J. Prof. Biol. Science
Banks. Mr. Norman C. Director of Physical Plant
Barnes. Mrs. Betty Textbook Library. Bookstore32
Briggs. Mr. S. Thomas Controller
Busch, Dr. Frank J.
Prof, of History. Social Science
Cebull. Mr. Edward Assoc. Prof, of EnglishCorr, Mr. James Asst. Prof, of Art Woman's Basketball Coach Art Gallery Director
Cory. Mr. Kenneth Cypher. Dr. Terrance R.
Librarian Prof, of Mathematics
33Davidson. Mr. Tom Asst, to Librarian
Dailey. Mr. Brian Facilities Coordinator
Doney. Mr. David Asst. Professor Education
Fields. Miss Frances Flynn. Miss Jamie Gary. Dr. John C.
Accountant Adm. Aide. Registrar Prof. of Business
J4Gosnell. Mr. Donald K. Asst. Professor of English
Gransbery. Mrs. Gayle Nurse
Hally. Mrs. Patricia A. Gen. Psych, and Guidance
Hammond. Mr. John A. Computer Center Director
Hanson. Mrs. Betty Administrative Aide. Registrar
35Hawkins. Mrs. Ethel A. Asst. Prof, of English Chinook Advisor
Hickcthicr. Mr. Larry Registrar
Hilton. Mr. Jcrold A.
Asst. Prof. History. Social Science
Kcltz, Mr. Donald F.
Asst. Prof, of Physical EducationKendall. Mr. David L. Asst. Professor P.E.
Kennedy, Dr. Joseph L.
Asst. Prof. Biological Science
Kennedy, Mrs. Normadinc D. Instructor in Business Advisor Phi-Beta Lambda Sponsor - Cheerleaders
Knickerbocker, Mrs. Cheryl Secretary - Nat’l. Heritage
Later. Mrs. Essie Secretary-Financial Aid Office
Link. Mr. Lawrence B. Director of Financial AidLucero, Mrs. Linda Secretary, Education Dept.
Lots. Mr. George
Maintenance Supervisor. P.E. Complex
Lynch. Mrs. Sue
Adm. Aide. Continuing Educ.
Marinkovich. Mr. George Asst. Prof. Physical Educ.
McManus. Miss Blanche Assoc. Prof. Emeritus KZN Advisor
Morticr. Dr. Thomas E. Dean of StudentsMyers. Betty Administrative Aide. Registrar's Office
Myers. Dr. Rex C.
Asst. Prof. History and Social Science Circle K Sponsor
Newlon. Dr. Robert Professor of Education Mu Phi Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi. Faculty Counselor
O'Connor. Dr. William
Asst. Prof. History and Social Science
Richardson. Mrs. Frances Cashier
)9Robinson. Miss Karen Account Clerk
Rouse, Mrs. Donna Secretary • Dean’s Office
Scott. Mr. Daniel C.
Asst. Prof. Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club Sponsor
Seymour. Mrs. Dorothy Accounting Clerk
Shafer. Mrs. Betty Housekeeper. WRHSheriff, Miss Bonnie Asst. Prof. P.E.
Sikes, Mr. Steven Controller
Snavely, Dr. A. Eloisc Assoc. Professor Education
Sictscma. Mr. Richard T. Asst. Professor Music
Smith. Mr. Howard M. Assoc. Prof. Physical Science
41Spuhlcr, Dr. Lee Dean of Continuing Educ. Off-Campus Services Prof, of Education
Stauffer, Mr. Charles Director of Information
Stish, Mr. Henry Assoc. Prof, of Science
Straugh, Mrs. Virginia E. Secretary of the President
Streeper, Mr. Joe
Asst. Prof. Physical Science
Tash, Dr. Dale Academic Dean
Professor History and Social ScienceTaylor. Robert Set. Major Military Science
Tikalsky, Dr. Frank D. Assoc. Professor Education
Thompson. Mr. E. Otis Asst. Professor Mathematics
Tipton. Pat Capitol Foods
Wallace. Miss Donna Asst. Professor P.E.
Coordinator of Women’s Athletics Spurs Advisor WIA Advisor Volleyball coach
Walters. Mr. Don Assoc. Professor of ArtWard. Mrs. Linda Accounting Clerk
Widen. Mr. Dennis C. Instructor in Music
Williams. Mary Jane Wcscolitc Advisor
Young. Dr. Mark Young Chief Development Officer
Zeller. Dr. Alan G.
Dean of Education Profevvx of Education Teacher Cert i Oca lion Officer Director of Graduate Studies
44Faculty Christmas Party
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here are nine requisites for contented living:
Health enough to make work a pleasure.
to support your needs.
Strength to battle with
difficulties and overcome them.
Grace enough to confess
your sins and forsake them.
Patience enough to toil
until some good is accomplished.
Charity enough to see
some good in your neighbor.
Love enough to move you
to be useful and helpful to others.
Faith enough to make real the things of God.
Hope enough to remove all
anxious fears concerning the future.
—Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
FRESHMENTantcc Brodock Taw nee Brooks Dclila Bruce Tammy Cherry
Fort Benton Helena Dillon l.inta
Bruce Barone Sidney
Angie Barnett Ennis
Ciail Biv.cll Fairfield
Scott Bowersox F.nnis
Susie Arthur Deer fudge
Teri Amberson BelgradeMurcia Coon Buiic
Gail Cochran Last Helena
Shannon Christiansen Charlo
Jeff Corcoran Cascade
Jane Cooper Onheim
David CroftTeresa l airhurst Three Forks
l.u Arm Fikani Belgrade
Rose Evans Browning
Kathy I'onk Mark Ford Bobbi Jo Fowlic
Manhattan Dillon While Sulphur Springs
Zita Irisbic White Sulphur Springs
Candy Garbarino Butte
Michelle Gerringa Dillon
Susan Grayson DillonGayla Hill Florence
Alan I leikkila Dillon
Cheryl Hanlon Twin Bridges
Wayne Hale Dillon
Laurie Huffman Nampa, Idaho
Don Holyk Scobcy
Kay Holmes While Sulphur Springs
Arlene Hull Dillon
Kim llulsc Helena
52Maureen Lovely Helena
Monte Lynnes Dillon
Mary Maphis Fairfield
Karen Martinez Butte
Missy Menard Helena
Sandra Neel Stcvcnsvillc
Dca Nef ger Vida
Mark Oursland Kalispcll
Bud Pederson F.nnis
Lisa Peterson WisdomCindy Rebish
l.orina Saunders Florence
Cathy Schafer Dubois. Wyoming
Susanna Ruby Dillon
Margaret ShannonTheresa Squires Si. Ignatius
Leslie Slater Toledo. Ohio
Penny Steele Darby
Donna Sorenson Dillon
Margaret Stepan Butte
Carolyn Stcrgar Anaconda
Becky Swan Great Tails
Anita Swift Hamilton
Sue Tash Dillon
Carol Talarka Billings
Denise Turner Kalispell
Shern West by
Teresa Vandaelemn w hite Dillon
Joni WeMon Deer l odge
Kay While Dillon
David Wilson Bulte
Clarene Whitworth Dillon
Karen Williams Quiney. California
Hrin Young Twin Bridges
l.ixa Winters Sun River
(iregory Zamora l a I Ion. Nevada1980
e need to feel more to understand others.
We need to love more to be loved back.
We need to cry more to cleanse ourselves.
We need to laugh more to enjoy ourselves.
We need to see more
other than our own little fantasies.
We need to hear more
and listen to the needs of others.
We need to give more
and take less.
We need to share more and own less.
We need to look more and realize that we are not so different from one another.
We need to create a world where all can peacefully live the life they choose.
—Susan Polis Schutz
SOPHOMORESCarl Benson Dillon
Jill Bayers Twin Bridges
Juliann Bonde Fallon. Nevada
Claudette Blackburn Conrad
Jaime Bilcy Baltimore. Maryland
Barbara C'adwallader Great Falls
Colleen Brown Dillon
Barry Brooks MoieseLila Clark Townsend
Brenda Chilcotl Mniese
Debbie Colucci Anaconda
Aline Drabbs Hinsdale
Barbara Colton Dillon
l.aurie LekmanNancy Francis
Dan Haft Butte
Virginia Hatcher Anaconda
David Harasymc .uk Miles CityDave Hcrgcshcimcr Havre
John Jenkins Ennis
Lorcnc Hoerning Dillon
Mike Hilton Hamilton
David lloucry Dillon
Frank Komarck nehorage. Alaska
Mary Lockycr LimaPatricia Mac Diarmid Fallon. Nevada
Ken Me Arthur Dillon
Tori l.ueicr Frenehtown
June Matthews Big Fork
Linda Mavros Hamilton
Mike Maroncy Butte
Kathy O'Connor Baker
Melanie Michels Great FallsSondra Olsen Maribeth Olson Craig Palmer
Lima Geyser Mexico. Missouri
Karen Peterson Butte
Becky Parker Boulder
Gina Peterson Wisdom
Barbara Poor Fairfield
Robyn Phillips St. Ignatius
5Paul Roberts Kcllog. Idaho
Russ Richardson Dillon
Rick Powell Dillon
David Spehar Dillon
Kevin Smith GeraldineDebbie Taylor Geraldine
Darci Trcglown Bulle
Ray Stoos Geraldine
Michael Sullivan Darby
Margaret Vandchcy Stcvcnsvillc
Debi Strickland Deer Lodge
Kristin Walters DillonCorinnc Wicks Anaconda
Trudy Whitlock Hamilton
Debra Winter Denton
Tli abcth Windsor Sula
l.inda Yarnott Great Tailsf we love love,
if we love friendliness, if we love helpfulness, if we love beauty, if we love health, if we love to create joy, if we love usefulness and are not self-seekers, the spirit which expresses itself in love and helpfulness and beauty will enter into us and abide there.
We become what we love.
—AnonymousSharyl Allen Fairfield
Barbara Bedey Hamilton
Dinny Bennett Deer I.odgc
Jeri BurnerCircg Chilcott Stcvcnsvillc
Laura Calhoun Livingston
Mike Cory Great Falls
Cathy Cooper Onheim
Sandi Eby Dillon
Terry Donnelly Miles City
Tammy linglishJohn Koncn Butte
Linda Klcttc Conrad
Cindy King Anaconda
Tom Kostrba Troutdalc. Oregon
Cindy Kostrba Baker
Jo Anne Leary Butte
Dennis Latimer Challis. IdahoPatty Mecklenburg Beaverton. Oregon
Kitl Logan Anaconda
Kathleen Leighton Dillon
Melanie Miller Deer l odge
Ellen Nash Darby
Nancy NellI.auric Sullivan
Sieve Vc ina
Peggy Weinrichf I had my life to live over,
I would relax more.
1 wouldn’t take so many things
I would take more chances.
1 would climb more mountains, and swim more rivers . . .
Next time I’d start barefooted earlier in the spring and stay that way later in the fall.
I wouldn’t make such good grades unless I enjoyed working for them. I’d go to more dances.
I’d ride on more merry-go-rounds. I’d pick more daisies.
— Frank DickeyJohn Berg Wisdom
Kelly Beasley Bozeman
Roger Giulio. Graduate Student Boulder
Mark Bisscll Fairfield
Darlene Billingsley MissoulaSally Blevins Darby
Randy Booth Missoula
Patty Boylan Bo cman
Debbie Brooks PhilipsburgGail Bumgarner Divide
Dale Burgman Butte
Kama Carroll Reno. Nevada
Steve Christiansen Charlo
Bill ClarkDeborah Craven Twin Bridges
Pally Corr Dillon
Joe Crnich Butte
Gay FarghcrBcrnic Gatti Grove City. Ohio
Jocn Fleming Anaconda
Nicholcllc Gilmore Townsend
Debby Grant Hungry Horse
l.ou Anne Harnack Great FallsDebbie Keyser Florence
Gary Krumheuer Huntley Project
Greta l.cnz Ashton. IdahoRosemarie Moreland Anaconda
Ted Ori Dillon
Marly Palmer Greal Palls
Melody Palmer Si. Ignatius
Jayne Pantalonc Wilmington. Delaware
Faith Porter Thompson FallsAnthony Rcbish Butte
Dave Ribletl Wilmington. Delaware
Mike Solly Hariowton
Jcrclynn StaleyKaren Stubbs
Lois Swanson Dillon
Betty Tash Dillon
Corinne Wclborn Dell
Evelyn Thompson Dillon
Roger Willhitc Thompson FallsM-Day
Kelly Beascly and Dane Nobles enjoy raking leaves.April 30, 1980
Gary Krumhcucr and Clair Kochman at the gossip fence.
Mr. Ccbull tells Janet Steele to start raking.Winter
Queen - Nancy Francis We caught Nancy kissing Santa Claus.Formal
Queen Candidates and their escorts: left to right: Don Keltz, Elaina Nickol; Joni Weston, Guy Peterson; Jim Kcltz, gina Peterson; Nancy Francis (Queen), Rich Powell; and Santa Claus.
More than dancing at the Winter Formal. AHEM!94Unknown comic.
Five foot two? Eyes of Blue!
95Fall Awards Assembly
Football Award Winners
Girls’ Volleyball Award WinnersSwearing in of New Central Board MembersSpring Award Assembly
Swearing in of Central Board
Swearing in of Student Body President Greg ChilcottJournalism Awards
Right: Oh my, they're hitting each other!
Mistress of Ceremonies Joan Clary
102Would you believe they’re in college?Winter Concert
Dr. Monicr: Master of Ceremonies Vicki Sietsema sings “Foggy Night in Lon-
Left to right: Karen Stubbs, Patrice Scott, Debbie Kcyscr, Vickie Sietsema, Joyce Hull.
Brian Petro and Friends.
Left to right: Bryan Devlin, David Begin, Mike Scott, Gary Treglown, Brian Petro, Craig Devlin.Above: Can you believe it? The IA House!
Below: Ouch ... I think I got a sliver in my tongue.
Above: I think I got my finger too close to the heat.
Right: I wonder how I can get that coat from her?Around Campus. . .
• ■ or make you twice as miserable!
Cheating becomes difficult when the person across from you doesn't show up.
. . . 1979-1980
Cast for “A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM
Domina ..................................................................................Patrice Scott
Hero ........................................................................................Bryan Devlin
Miles Gloriosus..............................................................................Gary Treglown
Lycus .......................................................................................Dave Begin
Philia ................................................................................................Vicki Sietsema
Tintinabula ................................................................................ Susie Arthur
Panacea ....................................................................................Carolyn Dahl
The Gcminae ................................................................................Sylvia Tyrrel
and Barbara Cadwalladcr
Vibrata .....................................................................................Carol Barnes
Gymnasia ............................................................................................Suzanne Shannon
The Proteans........................................................Tracy Henderson, Bill Clark, Dan Haft
Soldiers ........................................Brian Petro, Chris Kennedy, Dane Nobles, Joe Womack
Women of Rome.......................................Ruth Lofthus. Polly Knox, Becky Parker, Joyce Hull
Directed by: Betty Barnes and Richard Sietsema
108A love potion for Joe at his age?
Love those legs!
109Tom between two lovers.
1 didn’t do it! I didn’t do it!
Mike dressed in white?Always Late And Never Sorry!
Brenda K. Heramb ’“The Harem”
Bridget M. Swan “Good old no. 10.'Steven R. Abramavage is a General and Physical Science major with a Chemistry minor. He has participated in Pep Band, Chorus, Chorale, Kappa Delta Pi, Circle K, was President and Vice President of Gargoyles, Music Club Vice President, Social Activities Director of Central Board and Folk-Rock Concert Chairman. He is also the recipient of the Advanced Honor Scholarship.
Mark S. Bissell is a Physical Education major from Fairfield. He has participated in football for four years, track and was the President of M Club during his senior year.
Jean P. Blunn is a Broadficld English major with a Library endorsement. She participated in Spurs, Wescolite and drama. She was Vice-President of KZN, Editor of the Chinook, and served as an RA. She is the recipient of the AAUW Scholarship, the Genevieve Albertson Scholarship, and appears on the Dean's Academic List.
Gail M. Bumgarner is an Elementary Education major with a History minor from Divide. Gail has been a Homecoming chairman. High School Day Chairman, 1977 Homecoming Queen, Rc-prcscntative-at-large, Vice-President and Acting President of the student body, WMC Student Representative to the Board of Regents, Admissions Counselor and student on the Integration Committee, member of SMEA and Women’s Intramurals.
112Jacqueline R. Clouncr is an Elementary Education major with a Physical Education minor. She has participated in Spurs, varsity volleyball, women’s intramurals, and was President of KDP. Jacqueline is the recipient of the Booster Club Scholarship, Advanced Honor Scholarship, and the Western Women’s Club Scholarship.
Nicholcttc K. Gilmore is an Elementary Education major with an endorsement in Library Science. She was Secretary for Spurs, Vice-President of KDP, and active in intramural sports.
Steve Christiansen is a Music Education major and a Business Education minor from Charlo. He has participated in Cantabeliers, Circle K, KDP. was a Student Ambassador, Secretary of the Music Club, Vice-President of Pep Band, Representative-at-large, 1977 Homecoming Parade Chairman, 1979-80 Spring Music Festival Chairman. Steve is the recipient of the Booster Club Scholarship, Music Club Scholarship and Commissioner’s Scholarship.
Patricia A. Corr is an Elementary Education major and an Art minor from Dillon. She was active in KDP, KZN, Circle K, Spurs, Newman Club, was Representative-at-large and a member of the Curriculum Committee. Patty is the recipient of the WMC Alumni Scholarship, WMC Booster Club Scholarship, and the AAUW Scholarship.Leanne Jenkins, Dillon, is a double major in Art and Industrial Arts. She has participated in Art Club, journalism, Chinook, KDP, and was Chairperson of Art Festival and Director of the Student Art Gallery.
Melody Schock Palmer is a Physical Education and Business major with a History minor. She has participated in Spurs, KDP, PEMM Club, basketball and was Director of Intramurals. She is also a recipient of the Advanced Honor Scholarship.
James W. Kropp is a Natural Heritage major and a Biological Science minor from Great Falls. He has participated in Circle K as Vice- President, Central Board as a Representative and was active in track. He is the recipient of the Defense Scholarship, Scholastic Honor Award and the Rush Jordan Cup.
Jayne M. Pantalonc is a Broadfield Art major. She has participated in KZN, Chinook, KDP. and was a Homecoming Queen candidate. Jayne is the recipient of the Dillon So-roptimist Art Scholarship, Honor Scholarship, Mary Baker Emcrick Award, and the Art award.
Albert Thomas Rogers is a History major with an Industrial Arts minor. He has participated in IA club. Gargoyles, and SMEA. He also was a Central Board Business Manager, and recipient of the Jane Buttrey Scholarship.
114Patrice S. Scott is a Music Elementary Education major from Victor. She has participated in Spurs, KZN, intramurals, AWA, Student Recruiting Program, Student Ambassador Program, drama, Cantabiliers, Pep Band, Chorus, and Music Company. She is the recipient of Advanced Honor Scholarship, Booster Club Scholarship, the Barncs-Widcn Music Drama Scholarship, the KDP Scholarship, the Cobb Foundation Scholarship and the Ralph MeFadden Cup.
Kathy Kay Tash is a Broadficld Physical Education major with a Biology minor from Simms. She has participated in Spurs, Rodeo Club, KDP, women's basketball, PEMM Club and intramurals. She was chosen All Conference First Team Basketball in 1979.
Karen Stubbs is a.Mathematics major with a double minor in History and English. From Dillon, Karen was a transfer from Carroll College. She was active in Chorale, Cantabiliers. KDP, intramural sports, KZN and chcerlcading. She is the recipient of the Jay-ceen Scholarship and WMC Booster Club Scholarship.
Terence Watters is an English and History and Social Science major from Dillon. He was Vice President of the Student Body. He served one year as the President of Circle K and one year as Lieutenant Governor for the state Circle K. He was a Legislative Intern for WMC in 1979. He is also a member of KDP. He was the recipient of the Rotary Club, Central Board, Key Club State, and Booster Club Scholarships.
Ronald E. Williams is a Business major and a Physical Education and History minor from Ft. Pierce, Florida. He received a basketball scholarship and was voted to the All Conference and All District basketball teams for three years. He also participated in track. He was a Counselor for the GED students and a member of Phi Beta Lambda Club.
116SPORTSBulldog Football (79)
Row 1: left to right: Student trainer Russ Richardson, Dale McQucary, Greg Ballew, Craig Palmer. Scott Poor. Dan l.ucier. Dennis l.atimcr. John Jenkins, Ernest Lees, Andy Long. Mike Doty. Sonny Traxinger. Coach David Uggetti.
Row 2: Student trainer Stan Johnston. Dinny Bennett, John Strickland. Dan Martin, Marty Palmer. Rick Brown. Harvey McDonald, Sam McCormick. Tony Smith. Mike Scally, Mark Bisscll, Frank Komarck, Don Cooper. Head Coach George Nelson.
Row 3: Student trainer Jeri Burner. Steve Vezina. Mike Maroney, Scott Kerr. Kevin Smith. Kevin Murphy, Dave Hergesheimer. Doug Mulvancy, Tom Tabor, Tom Harrison. Tom Northcott, Reese Lapka, Scott Bockman. Coach Gary Lanners Row 4: Head trainer Dave Kendall, Student trainer Ellen Nash. Jeff Marshall, Jeff Goings, Mike Gilmore. Jim Janosko. Kevin Hill. Grant Killoy. Jerry Unruh. Matt Bondc. Sonny Zamora. Jay Nesper, Mark Sccord, Shawn Lennon, Rick Walsh. Coach Elmer Musgrave. Coach Stan Brooks.
Assistant Coaches: Elmer Musgrave, and Stan Brooks. Head Coach: George Nelson
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1211979 Volleyball Team
Front Row: left to right: Cathy Doric, Kilene Brown, Margaret Vandchey, Kitty Logan, Sharyl Allen. Back Row; left to right: Jackie Clouner, Bridget Swan, Kama Carroll, Backy Swan, Patty Varty, Patty Mecklenberg.
Coach: Donna Wallace
Seniors; left to right: Kama Carroll,
Jackie Clouner, Good Ole’ Number 10—Bridget Swan.Row 1 - L. to R.: Manager Dale Dicdc. Ted Ori, John Ioane, Kip Motta, Rocky Shock, Ray Wanty, Assistant Coach Jerry Vanderpan, Row 2 - L. to R.: Eric Carithers, Brian DeMars, Ron Williams, Greg Bauska, Jaime Bily, Craig Rcnius, Joe DcBraga, Brian Patrick, Jeff Hibbert, Paul Tatarka, Coach Casey Keltz.
124Ballet or Basketball?
Up, up and away!Row 1-L. to R.: Assistant Coach Joe Kennedy, Manager Corrine Wicks, Terri Thompson, Melody Palmer, Sandy Campbell, Jeri Burner, Coach Jimm Corr. Row 2-L. to R.: Gayla Hill, Diane Drake, Deb Strickland, Belinda Rider, Ellen Nash, Sandra Neel. Joanne Slifka, Robin Phillips.
Coaches: Joe Kennedy, and Jim Corr.
This page is sponsored by Ed's Barber Shop.127
A few kind words from Coach Corr.Wrestling
Representing Western in Intercollegiate competition were: James Ouren - 126 pound class Tim Strozzi - 134 pound class Mike Wilhelm - 142 pound class Chris Kennedy - 150 pound class Brent Miller - Heavyweight Steve Cook - 190 pound class
They were coached by Lynn Taylor.
“Arc you ticklish?”
The bigger they arc the harder they fall.
Brent MillerWhere did he go?
What were those steps again?Western Montana
Spit your chew in the can.
CollegeRodeo - igg0
Caught between a rope and a hard spot.
This page is personally sponsored by Barbara Mally.Men’s Track
Track team receives awards: Ron Williams, Mark Oursland, Jim Kropp, Kevin Murphy, Mark Bissell, Kelly Beasley
Coach: Dr. Nyles HumphreyWomen’s Track
L-R Front Row: Teri Amberson, Ruth Lofthus, Janinc Saunders, Corinne Wicks; 2nd row; Kim Hulse, Jeri Burner, Gail Bissell, Laurie Hamer, Gayla Hill, Patti Mecklenburg
Coach: Miss Bonnie SheriffWestern Intramurals 1979-1980
Laurie gracefully glides past the defense.
Craig refuses to give up the ball!Barby, would you please stop spiking the ball Up goes the block for a deadly spike!
in my face. I'm getting a headache and we're
Are you sure there's a bomb planted in that basketball?Western Intramurals
Carl shoots for two.
Spring softball gets under way!r .r;;
Women take time out for a break!!
Hey chickie!! Back off!!
Am I suppose to hit that??A
A referee gets in the action.
Touchdown is good.
Scrambling for that extra yard.
136Ah ha! I'm in the clear.
The game gets a little rough.
FIRST TEAM: FIRST TEAM:
Kama Carroll Mark Bissell
Mary Check Craig Palmer
ROOKIE TEAM: Harvey McDonald
Margaret Vandchcy Scott Bockman
Women’s Basketball FIRST TEAM: Dan Lucicr SECOND TEAM: John Strickland
Joanne Slifka Rick Brown
Men’s Basketball Tom Tabor Dennis Latimer Scott Kerr
FIRST TEAM: Ron Williams Marty Palmer Mike Maroncy
John loanc ALL DISTRICT: Ron Williams
NAIA ALL-AMERICAN HONORABLE MENTION
Harvey McDonaldAbove: 500 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to go.
Right: Ugh, it looked so easy on TV.
Below: Do you always watch demonstrations from the floor?I IT I
Modern Health and Recreation Facilities Attractive and Convenient Residence Halls Sixteen Apartments for Married Students Dining Room Facilities
A SPECIAL MESSAGE TO HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS...
Western Montana College offers the following degrees:
Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management 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 Associate of Arts (2 year)
Associate of Science (2 year)
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
144INTEGRATION 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 is entirely feasible, articulation with the University of Montana makes transfer to that institution especially smooth. Programs presently articulated arc shown below.
Foreign Languages Geology Mathematics Medical Technology Political Science Zoology
Pre-Natural Science (Forestry, Wildlife, Biology, and Recreation)
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 59725Chinook
Beaverhead Credit Bureau, Inc.
Hazeltine Building Dillon, MT 59725
23 N. Idaho 683-4956 Dillon, MT 59725
Coast to Coast 12 North Idaho Dillon, Montana
State Bank Building Dillon, Montana
Mini Mall Dillon, Montana
Gambles Hardware Furniture Store
428 North Montana Dillon, Montana
Mini Mall Dillon, Montana
30 S. Idaho Dillon, Montana
The Men’s Room
Upstairs in Mini Mall Dillon, Montana
Mooney Realty, Inc.
690 N. Montana Dillon, Montana
Nearly New and Ready for You
318 E. Cornell 683-5611 Dillon. Montana
Ned - Eva Enterprises
580 North Montana Dillon, Montana
Box 1188 Dillon, Montana
39 North Idaho Dillon. Montana
26 N. Idaho Dillon, Montana
Southmont Tractor Co.
520 N. Montana Dillon, Montana
Stamm Jewelers, Inc.
37 South Idaho Dillon, Montana
302 N. Montana Dillon, Montana
Stephen’s Greenhouse Floral
508 Kentucky Ave.
The Healthy I
25 South Idaho Dillon. MontanaProfessional Directory
Dr. Robert D. Boyce, O.D. Optometrist
312 South Pacific, Dillon Phone 683-2020
Dr. R.J. English Optometrist
234 E. Glendale, Dillon Phone 683-2611
Dr. George R. Johnston, D.D.S. Dentist
112 South Washington, Dillon Phone 683-5121
Dr. J.C. Linduska Dentist
330 South Idaho, Dillon Phone 683-2861
Dr. John McCollum Dentist
State Bank Building, Dillon Phone 683-5312
Dr. W.E. Monger Osteopathic Physician 15 East Orr, Dillon Phone 683- 4421
Dr. Paul E. Okamoto Chiropractor 310 East Sebrcc Dillon. MT. 683-5116
Dr. R.D. Romcrs Dentist
108 S. Washington, Dillon Phone 683-2671Grade’s Second Hand Store
140 West Bannack Dillon, Montana
Montana Bannack Front End Open 24 hours Dining Room 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Delccatcsscn Soda Fountain 28 South Idaho Dillon, Montana
DILLON GLASS SUPPLIES
Glass Plastics of All Types Bennetts Colorizcr Paints
Venetian Blinds Storm Windows
Broken Glass Quickly Replaced
216 South Montana Dillon, Montana
Stan Shafer, Owner Phone (406) 683-2223
148A 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 m your home or business. They're free!
We Sell Beer, Pop. Wine And Many Other Items
7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
PIONEER FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN
Specializing In High Rate Savings Plans and Home Loans Deposits Insured to
683-2375 500 N. Montana, Dillon
Queen Size Beds Air Conditioning
Courtesy Coffee Direct Dial Phones
Free Continental Breakfast Color T.V.
AAA Approved In Dillon its the “Sundowncr -Comfort at its Best
Your host Raymond Ella Nelson
COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS G.E. Zenith Dillon. Montana
Dillon Portrait Studio
Phone 683-2741 4 N. Washington St. Dillon. Montana
isoHusky Service Station
Goodyear Tire Store
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Dillon’s Complete Family Clothing Store 2-14 North Idaho Dillon. Montana Phone 683-2305
36 North Idaho Dillon. Montana
Queen-Size Beds 335 South Atlantic Phone 683-2341 Direct Dial Phones Courtesy Coffee
151Royal Inn Motel Coffee Shop And Joker Lounge
65 Rooms, Bridal Suite.
Executive Suite, Swimming Pool, Doris Schroeder
Individual Air Conditioning and Heating
Owen and Enid Allen Managers
State Bank And Trust Company
Member Of F.D.I.C.
Serving Southwestern Montana Since 1889
Celebrating Our 100th Anniversary Of Service To Southwestern Montana
J.C. Penny Inc.
201 South Idaho
Delivery Every Tucs., Thurs., Saturday
Mon.-Sal. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
28 South Montana Dillon, Montana 683-2992The Tribune Examiner
The Lion’s Den
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SCARLET RIBBON BEA UTY SALON WIGGERY
683 4711 122 N. Montana. Dillon
Tom's Mobile Home Inc.
940 North Montana Dillon. Montana 683-2974
Vigilante Electric Co-op, Inc.
225 East Bannack
l.cts All Set Our Spurs In Order To Conserve
205 So. Atlantic
Go To Taco John’s It’s Tacoriffic
Leonhardt Ranch wear
Featuring Jr. Misses Styles
By Fritzi, You Babes Jessica
33 E. Helena St. Dillon, Mt.
Wholesale- R etui I DAIR Y PRODUCTS Norm Stubbs-Distributor
448 S. Bozeman 683-4405The Midi Mart The Mini
536 South Atlantic
683-9913 Self Service Gas Groceries
502 North Montana
Dillon, Montana 683-5405
Towne Inn Pizza Parlor
Pizza, Sandwiches, and Beer One Place Disco Rick Rolandson, Owner
We’ve been in the Anaconda area for nearly a century. It was in the fall of 1882 that Anaconda’s founder, Marcus Daly, decided to build a smelter here. He had been shipping copper ore from his Butte mines to Wales, and it was proving to be slow and cosily.
The following spring the construction of the “Anaconda Smelting Works” began, and the townsitc of Anaconda was surveyed, platted and filed.
In 1902 a new reduction works, across the valley from the original site, was about completed. We’ve been here ever since.
In the spring of 1980 we’ll open our new visitor's center, an early day replica of a railroad depot. It will contain an historic collection of smelting, refining, and B. A. P. Railway equipment, which has been serving us over the years.
Stop by and sec us ...
We’re open for visitors from June 5 through Labor Day.
Melvin A. Stokkc Manager
ANACONDA Copper Company A
Division of The ANACONDA CompanyEverything you want from a store
...and a little bit more!
Dillon. Montana Where We Believe Service to Humanity Is the Best Work of Life
Featuring everything from Sandwiches to Prime Rib. Special team rates at the Motel Restaurant, plus fast, good food at our convenient drive up window
BEAVERHEAD BAR SUPPLY
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159MAR VS OK TIRE
Complete Tire Service
Montana Sebree Phone 683-2911
125 West Bannack Dillon, Montana Custom made saddles, chaps, tack and repairing
PA RISIA N CLEA NERS
14 North Washington
Visit Our Book Stand And Browse
Gas. Diesel. All Lubricating Products
SIGMA N OIL
622 South WashingtonTHROCKMORTONS
116 South Montana
“the auto parts store”
Good parts, good prices, good advice and so much more.
31 Store Buying Power-
Montano. Wyoming. South Dakota
“Your Business Recommended By”
MIKE'S SER VICE CENTER
Fred Backus Owner Atlantic Glendale Dillon. Montana Phone 683-2072
The Homestead House
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