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  Western Montana College A New BeginningHomecoming Candidates From left to right: Jackie Higgins, Kip Ryan, Chris Melaney, Rooster Reynolds, Terri Thompson, Craig Rowan, Greg Chilcott, Sue Tash, Jim Janosko, Jenny Butler, Rich Powell, Melanie Michels, Frank Komarek, Gail Cochran, Vic Collins, Sue Schell, Don Davies, Terri Schmidt. Not pictured: Gwen Maxwell, Dan Leary, Colleen Bjornstad, Scott Smith.mmsssssmWestern Smile!Hall Dedication Celebration On Tuesday, September 15, students, faculty and friends gathered in front of the Women's Residence Hall to witness the dedication of the dorm to Miss Georgia Mathews. This honor was unanimously bestowed upon the Bannack native in recognition of her loyal service to the college from 1923 to 1965. During this time she held such positions as business manager and dean of women. In 1965, the University System Board of Regents conferred the highly honored status of dean of women emeritus upon Miss Mathews in recognition of her 42-year tenure at the college. A plaque now hangs in the women's dormitory as a tribute to this very special lady. 8We wish to dedicate this 1982 edition of the Chinook to Mr. Edward A. Cebull, who has been a favorite professor since he began teaching on our campus in 1958. From 1937 to 1939 Mr. Cebull attended WMC. After teaching at Deer Lodge, Boulder, and Havre, he served four years in the U.S. Army, rising to the rank of first lieutenant. For seven years he was an assistant professor of English at the University of Idaho. Then Mr. Cebull served as the West Coast public relations representative for the G. C. Merriam Company before joining the staff at Western. Now this enthusiastic professor is planning a trip by freighter to the Mediterranean with hopes of eventually going around the world. 9In this edition of the Chinook, the colored pictures and many of the black and white photographs have been taken by student photographer Tim Lucas. His professional, prize-winning talents create a striking and refreshing dimension to this publication, and we of the Chinook are profoundly appreciative of the opportunity to list Tim among our co-workers.Our Campus Welcome! to dillon Montana home of Western Montana College AND THE Bulldogs AWTU 189313. . . Our President C=! 2D A Special Touch From . . . TO REMINISCE To walk where Clark and Lewis sought A pathway to the West, and brought With them a dream Of more than mountain, vale and stream; To trace Chief Joseph's tragic flight Toward freedom, and mark Bannack's site Where gold and greed Planted civilization's seed; To oversee the cradle of Montana's birth, where statehood rough But visioned sought A Normal School for those who taught. May this Chinook provide your years With memories — some smiles — some tears A poignant view Of Western, Eighty-one and two. And may your friends, herein reviewed, With you, blaze fresh-hewn paths pursued In time by youth Who in their heritage seek truth. ROBERT H. THOMASFACULTYMr. Clayborn Anders Associate Professor Industrial Arts Dr. Kenneth Bandelier Professor Biological Science Dr. Daniel Block Professor Biological Science Mrs. Brenda Borjas Manager Snack Bar Mr. Barney Brienza Associate Professor Art Mr. S. Thomas Briggs Director Fiscal Affairs Dr. Frank Busch Professor History Social Science Ms. Ellen Bush Assistant Professor Speech and Drama Mr. Edward Cebull Professor Emeritus English Mr. Don Christensen Head Football Coach Ms. Joan Clary Assistant Professor Education Mrs. Karyle Contway Secretary Placement Office 18(Photo oj iraj [ lIp Lc TLo (Photo rfir ilaJoLo Tlo (photo cj'VdiitLloiC 7lo (Photo ojiroitaJoLe Mr. James Corr Associate Professor Art Mr. Kenneth Cory Librarian Mrs. Phyllis Cory Secretary Admissions Office Dr. Terrance Cypher Professor Mathematics Mr. Brian Dailey Director Auxiliary Activities Mr. Tom Davidson Assistant Librarian Ms. Cheryl Dunbar Women's Head Resident Dr. William Epperson Adjunct Visiting Prof. English Miss Frances Fields Accountant Business Office Mr. John Fred Men's Head Resident Mrs. Leota Fred Secretary Development Office Dr. John Carry Professor Business 19Mr. Keith Gosnell Assistant Professor English Mrs. Gayle Gransbery Nurse Mrs. Patricia Hally Instructor Education Mr. John Hammond Director Computer Center Mrs. Betty Hanson Administrative Aid Registrar's Office Mr. Norman Heuser Director Food Service Mr. Larry Hickethier Registrar Mr. Jerold Hilton Assistant Professor History Social Science Dr. Nyles Humphrey Director Athletics Ms. Janelle Johnson Secretary Physical Education Mr. Donald Keltz Head Basketball Coach Mr. David Kendall Assistant Professor Physical Education 20Mrs. Elaine Kendall Coordinator Swimming Pool Dr. Joseph Kennedy Associate Professor Biological Science Mrs. Normadine Kennedy Assistant Professor Business Mrs. Cheryl Knickerbocker Secretary Biological Science Mrs. Clarice Koby Secretary History Social Science Mr. Ralph Kroon Field Service Coord. Education Dr. Sylvester Lahren Associate Professor Education Mrs. Essie Later Secretary Financial Aid Office Mr. Lawrence Leith Associate Professor English Mr. Lawrence Link Director Financial Aid Mrs. Cathi Love Secretary Dean of Students Mrs. Linda Lucero Secretary Education 21Mrs. Sue Lynch Administrative Aid Continuing Education Mr. Dick Mandeville Coordinator Program Council Mr. George Marinkovich Director Intramurals Dr. Mary Mclntire Associate Professor Human Resource Management Miss Blanche McManus Asso. Professor Emeritus English Mrs. Marge Montrose Supervisor Word Processing Center Mrs. Sally Mortier Instructor Audio-Visual Dr. Thomas Mortier Dean of Students Mrs. Elizabeth Myers Administrative Aid Registrar's Office Dr. Rex Myers Associate Professor History Social Science Mr. George Nelson Director Alumni Association Dr. Robert Newlon Professor Education 22Dr. William O'Connor Associate Professor Social Science Dr. Keith Parker Assistant Professor Science Miss Judith Paul Assistant Professor Music Mrs. Jeannette Rector Administrative Aid Registrar's Office Mrs. Frances Richardson Cashier Business Office Mrs. Donna Rouse Secretary Academic Dean’s Office Dr. John Scheckter Assistant Professor English Mr. Daniel Scott Associate Professor Industrial Arts Mrs. Dorothy Seymour Secretary Business Office Miss Bonnie Sheriff Assistant Professor Physical Education Mr. Richard Sietsema Assistant Professor Music Mr. Steve Sikes Controller Business Office 23Ms. Elizabeth Sirio Secretary Human Resource Management Dr. A. Eloise Snavely Associate Professor Education Dr. Lee Spuhler Dean Continuing Education Mr. Charles Stauffer Director Information Mr. William Stenberg Assistant Director Admissions Mr. Henry Stish Associate Professor Science Mrs. Virginia Straugh Secretary President's Office Dr. Dale Tash Academic Dean Mr. Robert Taylor ROTC Ms. Carla Teigen Assistant Professor Cooperative Education Mr. Otis Thompson Assistant Professor Mathematics Mrs. Karen Throckmorton Account Clerk Business Office 24Dr. Frank Tikalsky Professor Education Mr. Robert VanGeuns Adjunct Instructor Science Miss Dona Wallace Assistant Professor Physical Education Mrs. Clarice Walters Supervisor Bookstore Mr. Donald Walters Associate Professor Art Mrs. Linda Ward Account Clerk Business Office Mrs. Arlene Williams Secretary On Campus Living Office Mr. Mark Young Director Development Office Dr. Alan Zetler Dean of Education 25FRESHMENRoy Adam sen Jodi Anderson Belt Craig Barringer Doug Barth Glcndive Jeff Betts Ruth Bieber Whitehall Tricia Bold Wibaux Dave Borias Sharon Brand Oakdale, Wisconsin Rob Briney Geraldine Dennis Brock Darby Curt Bronnenberg SheridanLindi Cearley Deer Lodge Caralee Christianson Whitehall Charlene Clark Kalispell Randy Clayton Butte Victor Collins Anderson, Indiana Chanelle Cooper Willow Creek Darrel Cross Butte Bob Crumley Kalispell JoAnn Curran Deer Lodge Patti Day Harlowton Debbie Dean Fairfield Regan Dean White Sulphur Springs 28Robin Dean White Sulphur Springs Roberta DeLong Helena Susan DeVore Kalispell Brad Drinville Conner Brad Drinville Conner Jamie Duppong Missoula Cindy Farmer Superior Lisa Fawcett Metlakatla, Alaska Alton Fleckenstein Baker Jackie Fleming Black Eagle Doug Francis Columbia Falls Scott Francis Belgrade Russ Frost Kalispell 29Melody Fuller Boulder Denise Galle Anaconda Kris Gardner Idaho Falls, Idaho Corrina Garman Conrad Linda Gentry Ronan Jerry Gillespie Butte Laura Haggerty Butte Bob Hawkins West Yellowstone Kelly Hayes Stockett Brenda Herr White Sulphur Springs Susan Iverson Metlakatla, Alaska Shelly Jenkins Darby 30IBm ft WkA Willie Johnson Helena Jonel Jones Jackson, Wyoming Rich Kain Missoula Tom Kavran Butte Larry Kelly Plains Tena Keyser Florence Gail Kovatch Conrad Joy Kramer Wibaux Frank Kujawa Libby Barb Kvapil Libby Leslie Laing Lolo Eric Landis DarbyLisa Lofing Worland, Wyoming Sheila Logan Anaconda Mitch Maki Beit Molly Malone Brady Patty Manley Hampton, Virginia Gray Mapston Arlcc Mary Marshall Lolo Alana Martin Geraldine Barb Matteson Darby Sterling Maus Darby Ben McConkey Kalispel! Karen McDanel White Sulphur Springs 32Rob McGee Missoula David McLean Libby Carmaine Mindt Sand Coulee Brent Moore Big Fork Debbie Myhre Harrison Becky Oakley Fairfield Ross Oveson Roundup Donnell Panion Butte Shane Patrick Eureka Zane Peabody Ekalaka Debra Pearson Butte Connie Peterson Butte 33Julie Pierce Glendivc Kathy Piva Challis, Idaho Mary Price Avon Rooster Reynolds Twin Bridges Jerry Richard Vida Lora Richmond Twin Bridges Blake Robbins Corvallis Gina Roe Anaconda Christine Rosa Butte Greg Ross Deer Lodge Kelly Ryan Dillon Sharon Schall Arlce 3435Scott Smith Seeley Lake Mark Sorensen Hamilton Krystal Sorlien Miles City Shelly Stack Claudia Starkey Libby Alora Stepan Butte Cristi Stinchcomb Kamiah, Idaho Linda Swanson Grass RangeLisa Thoeny Terry Ted Tompkins Plains Margaret Trezza Red Hook, New York Polly Tritt Chugiak, Alaska Judy Vandcgrift Dillon Leslie Watson Kalispell Joe Wells Caldwell, Idahd William Woods Butte Leela Woody Heron 37SOPHOMORES a A wm t- M . s .JL i Elizabeth Ashcraft Twin Bridges Colleen Bjornstad Eagle River, Alaska Meg Bowman Pablo Jane Briney Denton Tanya Butkay Hardin Laura Callahan Butte « Katie Campbell Butte Rhonda Campbell Denton Trudy Carlin Dillon Rene Cloninger Helena Syrena Cole Kalispell Lonnie Collinsworth Deer LodgeJennifer Connor Jackson Hole, Wyoming Marcia Coon Butte Marti Crawford Helena Virginia Davis Livingston David Dean White Sulphur Springs Linda DeBree Helena Brian DeMars Winifred Karyn Duke Helena Steve Emge Dillon Lee Eslick Bigfork Leonard Esparza Gallup, New Mexico Bonnie Fischer Lakeside 40Mona Fisher Dillon Chris Fitzsimmons Dan Frodsham Monica Fuller Great Falls Richard Green Anaconda Doug Hayes Stockett Kelly Holtz Sunburst Linda Jenewcin Peggy Johnson Dillon Paul Johnston, Jr. Vail, Colorado Deak Kadel Chugiak, Alaska Bruce KnutsonDenise Kvapil Trent Larson Renton. Washington Peggy MacDonald Dillon Gwen Maxwell Fairfield Jerry Mee Libby Chris Melaney Wolf Creek Rick Miller Townsend Cheryl MulcahyNettie Nauman Whitcfish Cathy Nickisch Wisdom Michael Nies Ennis Marcia Oursland Kalispell Lesley Pagett Seeley Lake Janette Peterson Lcadore, Idaho Steve Pinsoneault Missoula John Piva Challis, Idaho Kathy Plutt Dillon Evelyn Rannus Dillon Dale Raisl Marsh Shelly Rewerts Cut Bank 43Laurie Ressler Great Falls Linda Shade Kalispcll Tami Shiplct Livingstone Patty Simms Arlee Neil Snyder Choteau Suzette Summers Butte Debbie Synness Helena Brian Taylor GeraldineSheila Temple Anaconda Justin Vermillion Austin Texas Jackie Vuckovich Anaconda Judy Wertz Clyde Park Carrie Wicks Stevensville Loyd L. Williams Butte Mike Williams King of Prussia, PA Clara Woods Waterloo Kathy Wudel Butte 45s'aoiNfifSusie Arthur Deer Lodge Dave Begin Dillon Gail Bissell Fairfield Barry Brooks Moiese Kolene Brown Dillon Penny Brown Heyburn, Idaho Jeff Carrow Quincy, Washington Brenda Chilcott Charlo 47Alan Clouncr Dillon Gail Cochran Helena Tani Converse Fairfield Val Crawford Nampa, Idaho Dale Cutler Butte Brian Drinville Conner Laura Driscoll Charlo JoAnn Eslick Bigfork Ron Fischer Butte Mark Ford Dillon Tito Fucntcs Buzzin, Wyoming Sue Gordon Dillon 48Susan Grayson Dillon Dan Haft Butte Kim Hulse Helena Lori Kirchner Hamilton Polly Knox Dell Dan Leary Harlowton Maureen Lovely Helena Monte Lynnes Dillon 49Jerry Lyons Butte Mary Maphies Fairfield Karen Martinez Butte Missy Menard Townsend Clair Miller Conrad Steve Mullen Anaconda Monty Myhre Harrison Dudley Nightingale Bellingham. WA 50Joe Olson Geyser Mark Ourslund Somers Lisa Peterson Jackson Susanna Ruby Dillon Susie Ryan Townsend Robert Schalk Anaconda Bruce Schulz Bothell, Washington Margaret Shannon Butte Vicki Sietsema Dillon 51Barry Smith Dillon Jeff Snyder Pendroy Margaret Stepan Butte Mike Sullivan Darby Carol Tatarka Billings Terry Tenneson Helena Terri Thompson Libby Bonnie Tibbets Dillon David Wick Great Falls 52SENIORSPeggy Ann Adamsen Dillon Hal Amundson Dillon Marie Amundson Dillon Dinny Bennett Deer Lodge Tim Bennett Deer Lodge Cynthia Brown Dillon Tina Brown Ennis Barb Cadwallader Great Falls 54Laurie Eckman Lynette Fikani Nancy Francis Ken Fuller Anaconda Kent Gordon Cheryl Hanlon Twin Bridges Bill Herrin Hamilton Mike Hilton Hamilton Edward Callahan Butte Greg Chilcott Stevensville Debbie Colucci Anaconda Don DaviesLorene Hoerning Dillon Connie Johnstton Dillon Frank Komarck Anchorage, Alaska Cindy Kostrba Baker Tom Kostrba Baker Dennis Latimer Challis, Idaho Kathleen Leighton Dillon Marcy Lister Kalispeli 56 Mike Littlefield Hamilton Mary Lockyer Lima Tim Lucas New Kensington. PA Dale McQueary Deer Lodge Melanie Michels Great Falls Aubrey Miller Harlowton Jeanne Miller Dillon Mona Molenda HamiltonNancy Nell Helena Maribeth Olson Geyser Gina Peterson Jackson Karen Peterson Butte Andy Sine Dillon Richie Powell West Yellowstone Russ Richardson Dillon Scott Smith Dillon 58 Ray Stoos Geraldine Debbie Strickland Deer Lodge John Strickland Deer Lodge Debbie Taylor Geraldine Fred Trafelet Dillon Shelleen Triplett Ralston, Wyoming Craig Van Houten Dillon 59 Susie Van Houten DillonDebbie Walker Durango, Colorado Ray Wanly Dillon Corrine Welborn Dell Tim Werth Rochester, Michigan Bill White Dillon Kay White Dillon Kristi White Littleton, Colorado Keith Wilson Kalispell 60Graduate Student Al Cutler Kellog, IdahoWho's Who Honors 13 WMC Students 62 Merlin Greenfield is a Human Resource Management major with a minor in ROTC and Military Science. As RA and peer counselor, he has also participated in intramurals. Merlin has performed volunteer work at the Parkview Acres Convalescent Center and the Dillon Resources for the Developmentally Disabled. He is a member of the Dillon National Guard and is employed as a counselor by the Tri-County Alcohol Service in Dillon. A nominee for the George C. Marshall Award in ROTC, he has served on the Food Service Committee. Greg Chilcott, majoring in physical education, has served as the sophomore, junior, and senior class president as well as the ASWMC student body president. Vice-chairman of the Student Advisory Council to the Board of Regents, Greg chaired the Montana College Coalition and served on the President's Administrative and Academic Council. He has participated in wrestling. Circle K, and Program Council, and he holds the office of president of SMEA. Also, he has chaired the ASWMC Budget Committee and is the recipient of the Terry Watters Scholarship as well as the John Chilcott Memorial Athletic Scholarship. Barb Cadwallader is majoring in elementary education with a music minor. She has served as public relations manager and secretary-treasurer for Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship and as public relations manager for Spurs. Barb is a member of Gargoyles, Music Company, Kappa Delta Pi, and SMEA. She has participated in Chorus, Chanteurs, Cantabiliers, "Best of Broadway," "Best of Boardway II," and "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum." As RA for one and one-half years. Barb was twice listed on the Dean's List for academic excellence. She is the recipient of the WMC Booster Club Scholarship and the Dillon Jayceen Scholarship.Tim Lucas, majoring in Natural Resource Management and biology, is a member of the Program Council and the treasurer of the Soar Club. He has served as Chinook photographer and is the recipient of a photography scholarship. A professional freelance photographer, Tim has had his work published throughout the country. He has participated in intramurals. He desires to pursue graduate studies after spending the bummer summer touring the U.S. and Canada. Melanie Michels, an elementary education major, served as historian for Circle K and vice-president of Kappa Delta Pi. She was a member of Spurs and a representa-tive-at-large for two years. A member of the ASWMC Budget Committee, she was the student representative for the Curriculum Committee. She is the recipient of the Western Women's Club scholarship. Nancy Nell, majoring in elementary education with minors in art and library science, has served as ASWMC representative-at-large. An RA for two years, she has participated in KDP, KZN, Circle K, and intramurals. She was the president of SMEA. While attending MSU, she was active in the Rodeo Club and Programming Team. She has been secretary of the WMC Rodeo Club and is involved in the Women's Rodeo Team. On the Dean's List, Nancy received a rodeo scholarship. 63Russ Richardson, majoring in industrial arts and physical education with a sports medicine emphasis, has served as president of the WMC Student Trainers' Association, member of the Beaverhead Emergency Medical Services, member of the advisory board for the Southwest Montana Mental Health Center and member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association. A nationally registered Emergency Medical Technician, Russ was president of Circle K and named the "Outstanding Circle K'er" in Montana. Also, Russ has served as peer advisor, freshman orientation leader, member of KDP, and member of the Industrial Arts Club. Vicki Sietsema, a broadfield music major, is a member of Music Company. For that organization she has held the offices of secretary-treasurer and vice president. She is also a member of Gargoyles, Cantabiliers, stage band, pep band, orchestra, and chorus. Joanne Slifka, a P.E. major with a biology minor, achieved all-conference honors for her basketball performance. She has been president and junior advisor of Spurs and president of the student body. Joanne is the recipient of the senior leadership scholarship, and she has participated in track and intramurals. Margaret Stepan is an elementary education major with a reading minor. She has served as Chinook assistant editor and bookkeeper as well as editor. She has assisted in conducting the story hour at the public library in Dillon. Also, she has served as president of SMEA, member of WRHA, peer advisor, member of KDP, and RA. She has been listed on the Dean's List each quarter semester and is the recipient of the Rotary Club scholarship as well as the AAUW award.Debi Strickland is majoring in physical education with an emphasis on sports medicine. She was a member of Spurs and secretary of Circle K. Debi has participated in women's intramurals as well as varsity basketball. She is a member of the Student Trainers' Association. Debi received the WMC Booster Club scholarship. Deb Taylor is a business major with minors in physical education and coaching. She has been a member of the college volleyball team, Inter-Varsity, PBL, and KZN. Deb was treasurer and junior advisor for Spurs as well as president of KDP. She has participated in intramurals, and she served as an RA for one and one-half years. Ray Wanty, majoring in physical education with a history minor, is also pursuing an Associate of Arts degree in business. For two years Ray was the Student Intramural Director as well as the City Park Recreation Director. He is a member of KDP and is a four-year letterman in varsity basketball.66 Scholars And Donors Scholarship Recognition Luncheon September 30, 1981 1. Flanagan Memorial—David Poncin 2. Cobb Foundation—Addic Haugen 3. Music Music Club- Vicki Sictsema, Ruth Bicbcr, Andy Sine 4. Photography—Tim Lucas 5. First Northwestern Bank of Dillon—Darrell Grogan 6. WMC Mathematics—Eric Troth 7. Bob Puhck Memorial—Stan Buck; Joe C. Ryburn Memorial—Marcy Lister 8. Shakespeare Club Genevieve Albertson Memorial—Steve Vezina, Mary Lockyer, (Susan Gordon) 9. Conrad V.F.W.—Julie Schneider 10. Charles Bair Trust—Karen McDanel, Dan Leary, (Robin Dean) 11. Anaconda Girls Athletic Association—Berta Francisco; Alpha Delta Kappa—Lora Richmond 12. Soroptomist—Lynda DeBree, Terry Jones 13. Greg Stewart Memorial—Jerry Richard 14. Harkness Rural Education—Sue Machmcr 15. AAUW—Margaret Stepan, Cynthia Kostrba 16. Junior Achievement—Donnell Panion 17. WMC Foundation—Jade Stokke, Sharon Brand, Eric Troth, Denise Gallc, Lisa Thoeny, Catherine Nickisch, Sheila Logan, (Doug Barth, Bob Crumley, Patricia Day, Cindy Farmer, Lisa Fawcett, Chris Fox, Robert Hawkins, Sheryl Jolley, Kathy Latimer, Alana Martin, Molly Malone, Ben McConkcy, Juliana Pierce, John Piva, Tim Roe, Scott Smith, Kimberly Spackman, Linda Swanson) 18. Jim Spehar Memorial—Tom LeikScholarship Luncheon, Cont'd. 19. WMC History Award—Kent Gordon 20. W.J. Bierrum Memorial—Scott Kerr 21. Hciscy Foundation—Jodi Anderson, (Julie Schneider) 22. Wapiti Players Elks—Marcy Lister, Don Davies 23. WMC Booster Club—Andy Robinson, Larry Benson, Mitch Maki, Bob Briney, Gail Kovatch, Janice Banka, Corrina Carman, Shelly Jenkins, Barb Matteson, Lisa Lofing, Kim Zetler, Belinda Cearley, (Mike Fisk, Deana Maxwell, Steve Pomroy, Rich Stevenson) 24. Dufrcsne Foundation—Teresa Butler 25. First Presbyterian Church of Miles City—Krystal Sorlien 26. Jaycecns—Barb Cadwalladcr 27. Mary Baker Emerick Art Award—Gary Proulx 28. Western Food—Penny Brown, Brent Moore, Alora Stepan 29. Rotary Club—Syrena Cole 30. WMC Leadership (Alumni Association)—Joanne Slifka, Lee Eslick, Maureen Lovely 31. Kappa Delta Pi—Susan Gordon 32. Alumni Association—Larry Benson, Bob Briney, (Mike Fisk) 33. Terry Watters—Greg Chilcott 34. Scottish Rite Foundation—Scott Francis 35. Southwest Tavern Associates—Joe Begin 36. Beaverhead Bar Supply—Connie Peterson, (Chanelle Cooper) 68ORGANIZATIONSCo-Editors Maureen Lovely Margaret Stepan Business Managers Maribeth Olson Alora Stepan Photographers Tim Lucas Leslie Watson Alora Stepan Margaret Stepan Staff Marcia Coon Dan Haft Kolene Brown Gail Bissell THE CHINOOK STAFF The Chinook of Western Montana College has been in continuous publication since 1906. The staff is composed entirely of students, both volunteers and members taking the practicum for credit, who put many hours into the production of the annual. Many thanks to all those who helped to put our book together! 71The Resident Assistants work to create an atmosphere conducive to the personal, social, and academic growth of men and women within the residence halls. Sitting, from left: Gail Cochran, Barb Cadwalladcr, Head Resident Cheryl Dunbar, Deb Taylor, Deb Walker. Standing: Nancy Nell, Kim Hulse, Gail Bisscll, Margaret Stepan. Resident Assistants 72 Sitting, from left: Head Resident John Fred, Frank Komarek, Kevin Murphy, Merlin Greenfield, Barry Brooks, and Todd Larson. Standing: Craig Palmer, Rich Powell, Paul Tikalsky.Front, from left: Patty Day. Sharon Brand. Leslie Laing. Middle: Claudia Starkey. Lora Richmond, Alora Stepan, Shelly Stack, Julie Pierce, Carrie Wicks, Val Ericson, Jackie Fleming. Back: Advisor Kim Hulse. Leslie Watson, Marcia Coon, Cristi Stinchcomb, Leela Woody, Charlene Clark, Advisor Gail Bissell, and Krystal Sorlien. Members of Mathews Hall Association and Dorm Security help to raise funding for dorm improvement and to provide greater security for women in the residence hall. Front, from left: Advisor Margaret Stepan, Patty Day. Charlene Clark, Shelly Stack, Carrie Wicks. Middle: Claudia Starkey, Lora Richmond, Jackie Fleming, Leslie Laing, Krystal Sorlien. Back: Advisor Cheryl Dunbar, Alora Stepan, Leslie Watson, Cristi Stinchcomb, Leela Woody, Julie Pierce, Val Ericson, and Sharon Brand. 73S- l(. I front Craig Devlin, Barb Cadwallader, Dane Nobles, Susie Arthur, Sue Gordon, Dave Begin. Back row: Advisor Judy Paul. Vicki Sictsema, Jeanne McDorman, Dan Haft, Don Davies, Andy Sine. Gargoyles is the WMC drama club, providing students with an opportunity to study and produce a number of long and short plays for presentation before the college and community. Membership is open to any student who successfully participates in the various phases of the drama productions. Front, from left: Dave Begin and Colleen Bjornstad. Back row: Susie Arthur. Craig Devlin, Vicki Sictsema. Barb Cadwallader. Neil Bjornstad. Monte Wildey, Jeanne McDorman, Sylvia Tyrrel, Shane Shaw, Monica Scudero. Cantabiliers is one of Western's finest singing groups, traveling throughout the state as well as providing the entertainment for many important campus events. 74 CantabiliersPep Band The Pep Band performs for home football and basketball games during the year. In the spring of the year, the group concentrates on concert music. Seated, from left: Cristi Stinchcomb, Mrs. Margie Sietsema, Bill James, Sue Gordon. Back row: Director Judy Paul, Don Resset, Dick Sietsema. Mike Day, Claire Miller, Vicki Sietsema, and Andy Sine. Music Company Members of the Music Company support music programs and sponsor activities to raise money for music scholarships. The group has worked to reorganize the facilities that the music department uses, and they have established a music lounge. Membership is open to any student involved in music classes. Kneeling, from left: Barb Cadwalladcr, Vicki Sietsema, and Cristi Stinchcomb. Middle row: Jeanne McDorman, Tena Keyser, Monica Scudcro, Susie Arthur, Claire Miller. Back row: Andy Sine, Advisor Judy Paul. Sue Gordon, Advisor Dick Sietsema. 75Spurs is a national service honorary for outstanding sophomore women. The local chapter's purpose is to serve the college and community, support the activities in which the student body participates, to foster among students a spirit of loyalty and helpfulness, and to uphold the traditions of the college. Spurs Front, from left: Lesley Pagett, Shelly Rcwerts, Kelly Holtz, Linda Jenewcin, Bonnie Fischer, Marcia Oursland, Marti Crawford, Denise Kvapil, Ginnie Davis. Back row: Anita LaRondc, Judy Wertz, Nettie Nauman, Rhonda Campbell, Jane Briney, Jennifer Connor. Front, from left: Syrena Cole, Kathy Wudol. Terri Schmidt, Barb Kvapil, Lisa Lofing, Maureen Lovely. Middle row: Jade Stokke, Rusty Jones, John Forsman, Darrell Grogan, Scott Smith. Back row: Barry Smith, Advisor Rex Myers, Gail Bissell, Laura Callahan, Larry Benson, Dave Garry. Circle K is a campus service club open to all students. The purpose of the club is to be of service to the college and the community. Sponsored by the local Kiwanis organization, WMC Circle K is one of the largest Circle K groups in the university system. Circle K 76Seated, from left: Aubrey Miller, R.T. Snyder, Cail Bissell, Don Davies, Mary lockyer. Back Row: Debbie Synness, Sue Tash, Advisor Tom Mortier, Joanne Slifka, Lee Eslick, Brenda Chilcott. Legal Advisor Mike Riley, Karen Martinez, Advisor Joe Kennedy. Program Council is an organization established to provide entertainment for the students of WMC. Activities include concerts, movies, dances, guest speaker presentations, and other social events. Student Senate is governed by officers elected spring semester, including the president, vice-president, and represen-tatives-at-large. Appointed officers are the business manager, social activities director, and secretary. The board is charged with the responsibility of directing the student government. Program Council 77 Front row, from left: Maureen Lovely, Fred Trafelet, Karen Martinez. Middle row: Nettie Nauman, Aubrey Miller, Coordinator Dick Mandeville. Back row: Vince Morley, Greg Chilcott, Tim Lucas.p B L Front, from left: Susan Grayson, Leslie Hansen, Marcia Coon, Marjorie Irvine. Back row: Advisor Dine Kennedy, Mary Maphies, Maribeth Olson, Kathy Plutt. Phi Beta Lambda is a business organization designed to promote an an understanding of the functions of business in our society. Membership is open to business majors and minors as well as to anyone who has taken business courses. KDP Kappa Delta Pi is a national educational honorary with a local chapter at Western Montana College. Its purpose is to recognize outstanding students in education. The local chapter at WMC offers a $100 scholarship each year to an outstanding sophomore who intends to continue in teacher education during the following academic year. First row, from left: Advisor Joan Clary, Marjorie Irvine, Melanie Michels, Darlene Ruble, Michelle Gerringa, Sue Gordon. Mary Lockyer, Margaret Stepan, Deb Taylor. Second row: Cynthia Brown, Ernie Moss, Nan Moss, Sue DesJardins, Nancy Nell. Scott Smith, Kay White. Third row: Ray Wanty, Rich Powell, Steve Vezina, Gail Bissell. Bill White. Fourth row: Russ Richardson. Tim Bennett. Monte Lynnes, Doug Turner, Advisor Robert Newlon. 78Seated, from left: Jay McCurry, Bob Mickelson, Bill Woody, Glenn Clark, Ed Callahan. Standing: Loyd Williams, Jim Janosko. Tom Leik. Dan High, Jerry Richard. Advisor Dan Scott. Industrial Arts The purpose of the Industrial Arts Club is to familiarize the student specializing in industrial arts with the role and scope of his subject in our society. The club, with its advisors, undertakes a major project which assists in raising funds for its activities. Art Club Art Club performs public and campus services, providing poster printing and sponsoring art shows and sales. Members travel to art shows and seek to stimulate campus improvement. 79 Seated, from left: David Meier, Kathy Wudcl, Loyd Williams. Standing: Gary Proulx, Susie Arthur, Terrel Jones, Monte Lynnes, Mike Littlefield, Joe Olson, Advisor Barney Bricnza.The cheerleaders represent WMC as athletic boosters and lead the student body in cheering for WMC teams. From left: Cheryl Mulcahy, Lynda DcBrce, Katie Campbell. Terri Thompson, Chris Fitzsimmons, Karen Martinez, Teresa Van Daele, Susie Arthur. WMC Cheerleaders M Club is an organization of WMC men who have participated and been awarded a letter in the various intercollegiate athletic sports. From left: Dinny Bennett, Craig Palmer, Shane Shaw, Grant Killoy, Mark Williams. Craig Rowan, John Dunlap. Rick Cady. Steve Vezina, Mike Maroney, Tim Werth, Mike Lyons, John Strickland, Steve Pinsoneault, Scott Kerr, Kevin Murphy, Sam Baerlocher, Frank Komarek. 80 M ClubRodeo Club The Rodeo Club sponsors an intercollegiate rodeo team which participates in NIRA approved rodeos, an annual intercollegiate rodeo, social activities, service projects, and other riding events. From left: Advisor John Seymour, Jeff Smith, Tami Shiplet, Rooster Reynolds, Carrie Clon-inger, Chris Melaney, Rene Cloninger, Nancy Nell, Kolcne Brown, Missy Menard. Inter-Varsity Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship is a nondenomina-tional organization which gives students the opportunity to fellowship in Bible studies, dorm talks, conferences, and many social activities. Membership is not required. The purpose of I-V is to encourage Christians to share Christ with others and to grow in their personal relationship with Jesus Christ. 8t Bottom row, from left: Mark Oursland, Paul Roberts, Jeff Snyder, Denise Kvapil, Dan Leary. Top row: Bonnie Fischer and Marcia Oursland.ATHLETICSWMC Rodeo October 3 And 4, 1981 Grand Entry Above two photos taken by Leslie Watson Left and below: Spike Guardipee steer wrestles. Participating Schools: Western Montana College Montana State University University of Montana Northwest Community College (Powell. Wyo.) Dawson Community College Miles City Community College Eastern Montana College 84Chris Mclancy Rene Cloninger Nancy Nell From left: Susie Watters, Jennifer Connor, Colleen Ryan, and Gail Bissell Winners of the calf dressing, front to back: Deidre Curtis, Teri Amberson, Brenda Borjas; not pictured: Kolene Brown —photos by Will FinneyWomen's Volleyball Front row from left—trainer Dcbi Strickland. Jennifer Connor, Kolcne Brown, Debbie Walker, Ginny Davis, Marcia Oursland and head coach Dona Wallace; back row—assistant coach Deirdre Curtis, Penny Brown, Jonel Jones, Colleen Ryan, Susie Watters, Gail Bissell and Shelly Triplett. 86 Miss Wallace gives instructions.Gail and Jennifer 87Football From left, first row: Head Coach Don Christensen, Asst. Coach Dinny Bennett, Coach Jeff Reinebold, Asst. Coach Tom Kostrba, Asst. Trainer Tim Bennett, Mgr. Steve Donaldson, Asst. Trainer Mary Puccinelli, Asst. Trainer Doug Hayes. Asst. Trainer Corinne Wicks, Asst. Trainer Russ Richardson, Asst. Trainer Jackie Vuckovich, Asst. Trainer Chris Mclaney, Asst. Trainer Deb Strickland, Asst. Coach John Strickland, Coach Greg Trenary, Coach Rick Wells, Coach Tom Shoemaker, Game Photographer Dan Callaghan. Second Row: Rick Gilbert, Scott McLaughlin, Terry Robbins, William Johnson, Randy Rogers, Darren Kadcl, Steve Vezina, Cory Johnson, Bruce Schulz. Steve Mann, Jeff Marshall, Brent Moore, Mike Collins, Ross Oveson, Dale McQueary, Ken Van Sickel. Mark Vance, Phil Stubbs, Stan Buck. Shane Shaw, Pete Tucker. Third row: Head Trainer Dave Kendall, Matt Genger, Joe Wells, Craig Rowan, Jeff Miller, Mike Maroney, Trent Larson, Tom Kavran, John Dunlap, Stuart Long, Stacy Dobson, John Mills, Mitch Maki, John Love, Scott Francis, Sterling Maus, Tom Tabor, Scott Bockman, Jeff Scott, Mark Williams, Ben McConkey. Bill Hicks. Craig Palmer, Dudley Nightingale, Mike Konen, Barney Gardner. Fourth row: Equipment Mgr. Steve Christensen, Quane Kenyon, Scott Ballman. Steve Pinsoneault, Rick Sullivan, Don DeTonancour, John Dowson, Allon Fleckenstein, Hayden Watson, Doug Barth, Greg Stubbs, Frank Komarek, Guy Melby, Doug Bocdeckcr, Jim Ehlers, Cliff Mayes, Rick Cady, Neil Bjornstad, Scott Kerr. Kip Ryan, Kevin Murphy, Jeff Carrow, Todd Larson. FIRST TEAM—DEFENSE Scott Kerr Scott Bockman All-Conference Players SECOND TEAM-OFFENSE Dale McQueary Brent Miller SECOND TEAM-DEFENSE Barney Gardner Todd Larson Steve Vezina Mike Maroney 88Women's Basketball From left—Tani Converse, Berta Francisco, Val Crawford, Dcbi Strickland, Molly Malone, Patty Simms, Sharon Schall, Kristi White, Caralee Christianson, Jane Briney, Joanne Slifka, Cindy Farmer, Chanelle Cooper, Leela Woody and Lisa Fawcett; kneeling—Trainer Corinne Wicks, assistant coach Lee Hazclbaker, head coach Jim Corr and manager Jamie Duppong. 90Men's Basketball From left—Sam Baerlocher, Ray Wanly, Hugh Foster, Paul Bryant, Doug Johnson, Rich Green, Tim Wcrth, Jamie Biley, Shane Patrick, Brian DeMars, Jim Stott, Jerry Mee, Mike Haines and Kip Motta. Kneeling, from left—manager Tim Roe, head coach Casey Keltz and assistant coach Deke Lalonde.Wrestling Front row, from left: Head Coach Rick Hamilton, Larry Kelly, Glenn Clark, Dennis Brock, Craig Barringer, Jeff Betts, Dan Grogan and Manager Ted Tomkins. Middle row: Jimmy Ouren, John Piva, Greg Sorrentino, Jerry Gillespie, Bivers Gologregen, Rusty Hoff, Charley Evans, Hayden Watson, Jim Janosko, Keith Wilson and Trainer Tim Bennett. Back row: Assistant Coach Al Cutler, Blake Robbins, Mike Weatherbee, Dave Borjas, Shane Shaw, Al Flcckcnstein, Fred Trafelet, Rick Miller, Frank Komarek, Trent Larson, Guy Melby, Joe Wells, John Love and Brent Miller. 949597ACTIVITIES 99Front: Kathy Foley, Lori Waldemar, Deb Taylor. Back: Dei-dre Curtis, Kolene Brown Intramural Champs Front: Stan Buck, Dale McQueary. Back: Jeff Scott Front: Nettie Nauman, Tanya Butkay, Sheila Temple, Deb Dean. Back: Cricky Rebish, Rhonda Campbell, Denise Galle, Tani Converse, Berta Francisco Front: Pat Kissell, Mike Lyons. Back: Tom Brosovic, Chip Noyd, Bud O'Brien, Grant Killoy The Chinook staff regrets that photos of other intramural winners were ommitted due to technical problems. 100Front: Doug Francis, Bob Baier, Scott Smith. Back: Bob Montgomery First row: Steve Christensen, Stan Buck. Second row: Mark Chalich, John Dunlap, Jeff Scott Front: Rhonda Campbell, Shelleen Triplett. Back: Ginny Davis Denise Fossen, Cory Johnson, Tammy Cherry, Scott Miller, and Linda Dauenhauer First row: Brian Taylor, Shane Shaw, Greg Ross. Second row: Monte Myhre, David Dean, Glen Visser lotAbove: Scott Jones Below: None of the Above Program Council Presents For Your Enjoyment And Entertainment: Michael Marlin Here are a few of the entertainers brought to you by the ASWMC Program Council. Pictures are not available for the other performers, including Lisa Gil-kyson, Homegrown, and the Andy Byron band.107 On Tuesday night, October 14, the audience gathered to watch the Gong Show. Master of Ceremonies B.J. Bjornstad conducted the program. Colleen Bjornstad received the prize for the "Best Act," while the "Most Forgettable Act" was performed by Fruits of the Loom. The Panel of Judges: Henry Stish. Bill Stenberg, Bonnie Sheriff, and Lee Eslick 110 Congrats, Colleen!“Capitol For A Day On Thursday, February 11, 1982, Governor Ted Schwinden appeared in a special luncheon held in his honor in the Lewis and Clark Room. Accompanied by a number of his staff and department directors, Schwinden was available for appointments with individuals. Schwinden said that his "Capitol for a Day" program is designed to take government to Montana communities and "to allow the man on the street to confront government in a personal matter." 112Winter Concert The Cantabiliers Perform Dave Begin and Susie Arthur Jeanne McDorman Left: Craig Devlin and Vicki SietsemaMadrigal Dinner From left, front row: Tena Keyser, Amy Lockyer, Dave Begin, Andy Sine, April Lockyer, Susan Iverson, Monica Scudero, and Michelle Gerringa. Middle row: Judy Paul, Cora French, B.J. Bjornstad, Terri Schmidt, Tami Shiplet, Claire Miller, Polly Knox, Jeff Lockyer, Don Davies, Vicki Sietsema, Susie Arthur, Dan Haft, Carmaine Mindt, Margie Smith, Dick Sietsema, and Margo O'Connor. Back row: Jeanne McDorman, Craig Devlin, Barb Cadwal-lader, Steve Mullen, Mary Lockyer, Colleen Bjornstad, and Shane Shaw. Participants not pictured include Linda Epperson, Sharon Graham, Edna Keepers, Judy Wilson, Yvonne Coopmans, Mary Ann Troedson, Alicejane Fowler, Ann Swanson, Rich Stevenson, Syrena Cole, Brian Drinville, Toni James, Frank Kujawa, Denise Kvapil, Anita LaRonde, Gwen Maxwell, Paul Roberts, Belinda Smith, and R.T. Snyder. Margo O'Connor designed the costumes, Claire Miller was the producton manager, and Richard Sietsema supervised the production. 114The Miracle Worker Front row, left to right: Carmela Brienza, Susan Bcnnct. Jill Tikalsky, Paul Brienza, Caroline O'Connor, Gary Myers, and MaryFrances O'Connor. Middle row: Margiann Flannagan, Rhonda Smith, and director Ellen Bush. Back row: Kevin Hortens, Dan Haft, Joanne Pinaire, John Hosking, Trinda Myers, Paul Tikalsky. Vicki Sictscma, Dr. Rex Myers, Leslie Hansen, Joann Eslick, Marcy Lister, Sylvia Tyrrel, Margo O'Connor, and Dr. John Garry. 116«cj REGISTRATION 120Deck The Halls ssffley fm me,? 121122123M-DayAn Evening Of Front, from left: Barb Cadwalladcr, Bill Stenberg, Fred Redfield. Second row: Trinda Myers, JoAnn Curran, Ellen Bush, Mary Marshall. Directed by Ms. Ellen Bush 128. . .Alternative TheatreSpring Awards Banquet Women's Track: Sharon Schall, Lesley Pagett, Tani Converse, Leela Woody, Denise Galle, Gail Bissell, Kolenc Brown Alumni Leadership Awards: Leslie Watson, Katie Campbell, Margaret Stepan Frontier Conference Men's Track: Jeff Marshall, Cory Johnson, Mark Oursland, Monte Wildcy. Mike Haines, Bob Crumley, Bill Gallagher, Richard Green Above: Mary Lockyer presents Dr. Mortier with award. Above right: Bob Mickelson receives Golden Hammer award for Industrial Arts. Right: R.T. Synder receives Terry Watters Leadership award. 132Swearing in of Student Senate: Lesley Pagett, Joann Eslick, Alora Stepan, Melody Fuller, Scott Francis, Gail Bissell, R.T. Snyder. Not pictured: Maureen Lovely Gina Peterson receives Flores cup presented by Dr. Thomas. Marcia Coon receives Phi Beta Lambda award. Above: Mrs. Kennedy presents Carol Thumma with the Business award. Left: Mary Lockyer and Don Davies receive the Music cup presented by Mr. Sietsema. Below: The WMC recipients of the Mary Baker Emerick art scholarships are Cary Proulx, Joseph Olson, Frank Kujawa. Terrel Jones, Susan Arthur, and Alora Stepan. 133Outstanding Alumni A graduate of WMC in 1956, Mrs. Helen Griffin Dresen of Lakeside served as an assistant professor at Montana State University for seven years. During that career, she instructed library science courses for teachers and instituted the department of library science. Mrs. Dresen has been instrumental in the establishment of many small-school libraries throughout Montana. She has received numerous honors on local, state, and national levels and was Montana's first woman to earn membership in Phi Delta Kappa, formerly an all-male fraternity. Dresen retired in 1976 but continues an active role in library and community organizations. Earl J. Barlow of Minneapolis, Minnesota, graduated with honors from Western in 1948. For almost 30 years, he authored a distinguished educational career, occupying roles as teacher, principal, coach and superintendent in Montana schools. In 1970 he was named supervisor of Indian education in Montana's Office of Public Instruction—the first Indian ever to hold that post. Barlow was chosen to head the Office of Indian Education for the Bureau of Indian Affairs at Washington, D.C. In 1978 he served as a delegate to the Democratic National Platform Conference. 134 • ..Graduation Festivities Stan Lynde, Montana's award-winning artist and cartoonist, delivered the commencement address to the 147-member class of 1982. Also, he was the featured speaker at the morning brunch and at the third annual Associates' Dinner of the preceding evening. VALEDICTORIAN GINA PETERSON Honored Guest Commissioner Dayton Dr. Dale Tash opens a gift bestowed by Commissioner Dayton on behalf of the Board of Regents in recognition of his retirement from W.M.C. A 1950 graduate of Western, Tash served the college for 31 years, advancing from instructor to president, lastly holding the position of academic dean. 135 1137A Couple More. . . From left: Jeff Skelton, Jeff Carrow, Coach Jeff Hammermill, Jonel Jones, Trent Larson, Steve Pinsoneault, Steve Haines, and Russ Evans. Ski Club Coached by Jeff Hammermill, members of the ski team enjoy the slopes and participate in various competitive events. Soar Club SOAR Club members enjoy field studies which emphasize the use of forest, park, and wilderness areas as outdoor classrooms. 138 From left: Tim Lucas, Blake Charticr, Barry Brooks, Mark Sweeney, Vince Morley, and Dave Borjas.Russell is not gone from us; We're just separated a while. We had his love for 18 years. His beauty, his goodness, his smile. That smile had so much love in it, Such joy; his zest for living Reflected through him day by day. Ever caring, always giving. When life threw Russ an obstacle. He never turned away, But just established his own goals And reached some every day. So much to do! So little time! To ski, to run, to climb. Russ told us in so many ways, "Thank God this life is mine!" There seems to be much left to say, So much love left unspoken. We ask you all to use it now. That our circle stays unbroken. The circle of family unity. Of love, strength and devotion That bound Russ tight in all our lives Can keep our world in motion. For families are forever; We'll be with Russ some day. Meanwhile, Father, care for him— We miss him so today. Russ Evans April 26, 1982 —by Russ's aunt, Dianair Pf W XV K 56 I i Am ACCOMMODATIONS INCLUDE 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 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 145 WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE DILLON, MONTANA 59725CHINOOK BOOSTERS Stamm Jewelers The Health I Later's Jewelry 37 S. Idaho 25 S. Idaho 30 1 2 S. Idaho Dillon, Montana Dillon, Montana Dillon, Montana William's Feed, Inc. Standard Lumber Coast to Coast 235 N.Idaho 302 N. Montana 12 S. Idaho Dillon, Montana Dillon, Montana Dillon, Montana M.H. King Co. County Seat Hazel's Style Shop 16 S. Idaho 435 S. Atlantic 41 E. Glendale Dillon, Montana Dillon, Montana Dillon, Montana A W Family Restaurant The Secretary Grade's New Used 570 N. Montana 26 N. Idaho 140 W. Bannack Dillon, Montana Dillon, Montana Dillon, Montana Bertino's Yarns Sears Parisian Cleaners 1003 S. Washington 39 N. Idaho 14 N. Washington Dillon, Montana Dillon, Montana Dillon, Montana FNI Group Stephen's Greenhouse Beaverhead County 232 E. Glendale Floral Trader Dillon, Montana 25 Vine Street 303 S. Idaho Petrolane Steelgas Dillon, Montana Dillon, Montana Service DI-OK Hardware 590 N. Montana 36 N. Idaho Dillon, Montana Dillon, Montana Safeway Stores, Inc. Sari's 100 E. Helena 31 N.Idaho Dillon, Montana Dillon, Montana 146PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Scott W. Bentley, D.C. Chiropractic Physician Beaverhead Chiropractic Clinic 310 East Sebree Phone 683-5116 George R. Johnston, D.D.S. Dentist 112 South Washington Phone 683-5121 Robert D. Boyce, O.D. Optometrist 312 South Pacific Phone 683-2020 John B. McCollum, D.D.S., P.C. Dentist I State Bank Building Glendale and Idaho Corner 683-5312 Frank M. Davis Attorney at Law Gleed Building Phone 683-5861 R.D. Romers, D.D.S. , Dentist 108 South Washington Phone 683-2671 Thomas A. Dooling Attorney at Law 32 North Washington Phone 683-6131 Schulz, Davis Warren Attorneys at Law 122 East Glendale Phone 683-2363 R. J. English, O.D. Optometrist 234 East Glendale Phone 683-2611 Richard A. Wieber Associates Certified Public Accountants 312 South Pacific Phone 683-4254The Campus Bookstore THE WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Congratulations to the graduates of 1982 and Welcome to the Association! Western Montana College We have all of your needs. 148MONTANA TRAVEL, INC. 312 South Pacific 683-6161 Dillon, Montana FOR ALL YOUR TRAVEL NEEDS THROCKMORTONS' 116 South Montana Hallmark Cards Gifts Music Dillon, Montana TRUCK INN CAFE Dillon, Montana 1494 Dairy Queen ► Hours: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Call-in orders welcome Eliel's Dillon's Complete Family Clothing Store 214 North Idaho Dillon, Montana Phone 683-2305 Laknar old-time Hardware 120 N. Montana 683-2651 Larry Laknar-George Laknar 150CROSSWINDS RESTAURANT Fine foods and service; Best salad bar in town A burst ofenergy... The key to wTnning! Athletes leant quickly how to conserve energy so they have It In reserve, when It counts! We've been talking energy conservation for nearly a decade. 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