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

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CHINOOK 1985 Western Montana College Dillon, MontanaI Right: Leisure today is a far cry from the bridge table as shown here by Curt Hall, Gary Konen, and Rooster Reynolds. Below: Beth Butcher proves that there is more to dorm life than reading and music making as was popular in 1922. 2Top: Cafeteria styles have also changed. It wasn't long ago that family-style table service could still be found at WMC. Bottom: "Service with a smile" remains the same in the library. This 1984-85 Chinook is your guide to the friends you have made and the many memories you have gathered throughout the past school year at Western Montana College. We, the Chinook Staff of 1985, have done our best to preserve these memories for you so that in the future you may look back on these years as some of the best of your lives. We have made an attempt, through photographs of years gone by, to reflect upon the changing times. The past reflects the present since quality education and pride of institution are as strong today as ever. Times have changed, but WMC values have not. The Chinook Staff 3ADVISOR Ethel Hawkins PHOTOGRAPHERS Sib Malee Deb Sather Susan Iverson Dillon Portrait Studio Susan Nate Diana Noble Cindy Rhoads Kammy Rogers Mark Sorenson Dee Dee Synness 1985 CHINOOK Staff: Sitting: Sib Malee, Diana Noble, Susan Nate, Deb Sather, Tomi Pittman, Susan Iverson, Dee Dee Synness, and Patti Moore. Standing: Jane Briney, Ethel Hawkins, Kathy Berryman, Kammy Rogers, and Laura Killom. CO-EDITOR Susan Iverson Tami Pittman BUSINESS MANAGERS Carolyn Wilder Tami Pittman STAFF Jean Kathy Bel1 Jane Briney Darla Forbes Shelly Jenkins Laura Killam Patti Moore 4V X I Hv. J|P 0 - mrnm ',A CONTENTS % ' Dedication.... Homecoming...... Faculty......... Freshmen........ Sophomores...... Juniors......... Seniors......... Campus Happenings and Organizations Sports...... Intramurals ... Graduation j i 5Top: Chris Flinders among the rug rats. Bottom: Matt Williams maps out a problem for COMS 111. 67Our Sincere Dedication Dr. Dan Block is retiring this year. Dr. Block has taught biological science at Western since 1961. He has trained many biology teachers in his 24-year career at WMC. During his early years at Western he started the biology field trips, taking students to many areas in the U.S. and to Mexico. These trips have become a regular part of the Natural Heritage Program which Dr. Block initiated and directed for several years. Dr. Block received his B.S. at Milwaukee State Teachers College. After serving in the armed forces, he entered the University of Montana from which he received his M.S. and a Ph.D. in Wildlife Technology. Dr. Block and his wife have two grown sons. Their immediate plans are to travel in the U.S., particularly Alaska, and in Canada. Professor Dan Scott is also retiring this year. He has taught Industrial Arts at Western since 1967 and is proud of the many fine teachers he has helped to train in that field. Mr. Scott graduated from Western in 1961. He received his Master's degree at Indiana University in 1965. His major areas of interest are metals and crafts, which he will continue to teach on a part-time basis. The Scotts have three grown children. They plan to finish and enjoy their new earth-covered home in the Elkhorn area. Both Dans will be much missed at Western. Their combined teaching time of 54 years represents dedicated service to their professions and to Western Montana College. We wish them many happy years of retirement. 8WMC Bids Farewell to Dr. Thomas Dr. Robert Thomas is leaving WMC to become president of the Ucross Foundation at Ucross, Wyoming. Dr. Bob came to Western as President in 1979. He takes particular pride in the development of the WMC Foundation, an active recruiting program, and a new business degree program. During his tenure at WMC, the enrollment has shown steady growth. He and his wife, Martha, a Beaverhead County High School English and drama teacher, will be much missed at WMC and in the Dillon community. The students of Western wish them the best of fortune and God's blessing in their new endeavor. 9Homecoming 1984 Bulldogs Rise Above the Diggers With a brilliant assist from the weatherman and a last-second football victory by the Bulldogs over Montana Tech, Western's Homecoming 1984 proved to be a celebration for all. Geared to the theme of "Bulldogs Are Rising High," the festivities began with a colorful parade through downtown Dillon. A continuing line of floats drew applause from spectators as judges chose the float designed by Circle K as the top entry of the year, followed by runner-up Industrial Arts Club. The Alumni Luncheon attracted 70 ex-graduates and spouses, including a large representation from the honored WMC athletic greats of 1969, who swept championships in every conference sport. Coronation of the Homecoming queen and king marked halftime ceremonies at the Western-Tech thriller. Voted those crowns in balloting by the student body were junior Margie O'Connor of Butte, and Western linebacker Guy Melby, a senior from Sidney. Chosen runners-up were Jamie Lewis, a Corvallis freshman, and Bulldog running back, Kirby Bright, a sophomore from Murtaugh, Idaho. Concluding the day long celebration were a reunion of '69 champions at the Lions Den, and the Homecoming dance at the Elks Club.Western's 1984 Homecoming king and queen candidates included Deb Smith, Doug Crosby, Addie Haugen, Bob Crumley, Chonelle Cooper, Guy Melby, Morgie O'Connor, Duane Eamon, Carolyn Wilder, Kirby Bright, Jamie Lewis, Doug Fraley, Molly Malone, Tony Smith, Tommie McDonald, Sib Malee, Shelly Bruce, Deb Kinney, Tom Ferris, Shelly Snipes, and Terry Snipes. Above: Western cheerleaders Quincy Petty, Julie Gagnon, Leah Jerome, and Charlene Ross enjoy the sunshine and entertain the crowd. Right: Sherri Smith flashes a smile while the WMC pep bond takes a break. Left: 1984 Homecoming queen Morgie O'Connor begins her parade around the field. 11Homecoming Highlights 12And Happenings Hey, boy, blow your horn; Is frisbee worth all this? Coach Christensen laying it on the line; Homecoming candidates Shelly Bruce and Sib Malee; Jeonie, surely you have better taste in your choice of men. 13Below: John Risher, John Stromberg, and Rondy Whited show colorful enthusiosm. Right: “Who's that hiding behind these Foster Grants?" It must be Beth Butcher ond Morta Ferguson. T? v f or BK A Colorful Celebration Left: 1984 Homecoming queen and king Morgie O'Connor and Guy Melby. Below: The Bulldogs kept fans Herbie Mann, Michele Jacobsen, Deana Hobbs, Kathy Birisch, and Anita Cyr on their feet. Below: "Who turned out the lights?" Gndy Bennett, Diana Noble, Barb Green ond Karen Henke stand ready to serve their sentences during Go Day activities. 1516ADMINISTRATION Acting Vice-President of Academic Affairs - Dr. Terrance Cypher 17Business Office • Front: Glen Leavitt, Director Fiscal Affoirs; Karen Throckmorton, Clerk; Dorothy Seymour, Personnel Asst.; Arietta Howard, Accting Clerk; Francis Fields, Accountant; Betty Barnes, Cashier. Back row - Steve Sikes, Controller. Registrar • Financial Aid • Admissions - Front: Tonia Dreyer, Student Sec.; Betty Myers, Admin. Aide; Jeanette Rector, Admin. Aide; Second Row: Janet Cannon, Student Sec.; Lisa Blaskovich, Student Sec.; Betty Hanson, Admin. Asst. Back Row: Larry Link, Director Fin. Aid; Deb Johnson, Student Sec.; Arlene Williams, Secy; Larry Hickethier, Director Adms. Reg.; Croig Van Houten, Assoc. Director Adms. 18Student Affairs - Dick Mandeville, Assoc. Dean of Students; Cathi Love, Secretory 19 Development • Information - Alumni: Mark Young, Director of Development, Karyle Contway, Secretory; Chuck Stauffer, Director of information; George Nelson, Alumni DirectorLibrary, Computer Science, and AV: I to r • John Hammond, Susan Moore, Mike Myrhow, Jo Thompson, Myrna Hemesath, Jim Hemasath, David Olson. Business: seated- Denise Peshek, Dine Kennedy; standing - Dr. John Garry, Dr. Jerry Furniss, Dr. Bill O'Connor 20 Art: Don Walters, Jim Corr, Barney BrienzaEducation: Row 1 - Dr. Alan Zetler, Joan Clary, Dr. Rex Myers; Row 2 • Linda Lucero, Susan Jones, Dr. Sylvester Lahren, Dr. Eloise Snavely, Arlene Williams. Rural Education Coordinator Ralph Kroon English: seated- Lawrence Leith, Ethel Hawkins; standing - Dr. John Scheckter, Dr. Joan Gordon, Dr. Tom Gambill, Keith Gosnell 21History: Dr. Frank Busch, Jerry Hilton Industrial Arts: Dan Scott, Dr. Ron McKee, Cloy Anders Mathematics: Toni Breen, Otis Thompson, Dr. Terry Cypher, John Kern 22Science: Dr. Don Block, Dr. Keith Porker, Dr. Ken Bondelier 23 Physical Education: George Lots, Dr. Nyles Hum- Iphrey, Dave Kendall, Becky Kendall; kneeling - Bonnie Sheriff, Dona WallaceSupport Services: Clarice Koby and Sharon Frank. Student Union: Snack Bar Manager Brenda Borjas, and Compus Bookstore Manager Clarice Walters. Physical Plant Staff: left to right • Joe Wheekly, Stan Smith, Lloyd Dougherty, Keith Trowbridge, Martin Cooksey, Tom Barnes, Louis Lorengo, Jim Macpherson, and Benny Brown. 24On Corpus Living: Ka,hy Hm. Ess.. La,.,. Lorn. D.Yon. and s.a,.d. Brian Dal.y. Dir.Cor. Auxi ry Activities. Custodians: Bob Bennett and John Phillips. 25A Typical Look at Some Not-So-Typical Western Students 4) "Herb! Herb, the porty's over!1 W % 26• ✓ « 5) Everybody needs somebody, os Tommy Aibee proves here. 6) "You ond me and baby mokes three!" 7) "Wake up and smell the coffee, Jean!" 8) 2nd Campus' fearless leader, Diana Noble, at her best. 27 1) Fairfield Teachers: Deanna Sullivan; 2) Flanagan Memorial: Sherri Stark; 3) Delta Kappa Gamma: Kessie Galahan; 4) WMC Faculty Association: Margie O'Connor; 5) Rotary Club: Mike Blair; 6) Michael Hausman: Quincy Petty; 7) WMC Foundation: Charles Witte, Kristi Scott, Melody Goodwin; 8) WMC Booster Club: front row - Kathy Shaw, Christina Weigand, Lisa Ehlers, Lisa Carter, Anita Cyr; back row - Penny Wagner, Sherri Stark, Kevin Wooley, Brian Mogren, Rob Robinson, Scott Stanger. 289) Mary Baker Emerick Art: front row - Bernadette Stewart, Ginny Thompson, Lisa Greany, Eileen Lane, Becky Kington, Susie Arthur, Darlene Ware; back row - Verona Miller, Brenda Black, Nicole Bramlett, Jan Martineau, Gerald Brunckhorst, John DeBarber, Doug Crosby, Susan Grayson, Adam Clagett, Debbie Smith, Darla Forbes; 10) WMC Band: front row • Diana Herrly, Kessie Galahan, Julie Sumpter, Valerie Beals, Lana Evans; back row - Mike Housel, Bryon Morgan, Matt Anderson, Bill Jarvis, Tomm Link; 11) Roy Evenson Grants: front row - Barb Green, Beth Butcher, Sharon Brand; back row - Deb Sather, Kip French, Sib Malee; 12) Rodeo Club: Kent Nordahl, Rooster Reynolds, Debbie Kinney, Brad Gleason, Shawn Gleason. 291) Fairfield Udin: Sandi Schmidt; 2) AAUW: Wilma Bennett, Susan Iverson; 3) Heisey Foundation: Mary Denny, Janet Gentry; 4) Alpha Kappa Delta: Robin Eifert; 5) William C. Bierrum Memorial: Guy Melby; 6) CHANCE: Howard Gaines; 7) Russ Evans Memorial: Tereso Schladweiler; 8) Harkness Rural Ed: Donors Jean Bernard Harkness; 9) Norwest Bank: Corinne Marchesseault; 10) Jim Spehar Memorial: Jerry Richard; 11) Sophie Johnson: Deana Dean; 12) Howard Smith Memorial: Julie Burgstrom. 3013) Jane Buttrey Memorial Trust: Dawn Loveland, Rhea Armstrong; 14) Charles Bair Memorial: Dawn Blair, Ron Brunckhorst; 15) Girls State: Jamie Lewis; 16) Soroptimist International and Soropti-mist Judy Focher Memorial: Kim Woody, Deanna Swift; 17) Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship Award: Karen Henke; 18) WMC Band: Julie Sumpter; 19) Madison Valley Women's Club: Brad Gleason, Shawn Gleason; 20) Ed Cebull Alumni Memorial: Marilyn Hale; 21) Joe C. Ryburn Memorial: Addie Haugen; 22) American Legion Auxiliary: Bernadette Stewart; 23) Junior Achievement: Mike Leary. 31WHO'S WHO HONORS STUDENTS SHARON BRAND of Deer Lodge is an Elementary Ed. major and a math minor. While at Western she has served as KZN president, Newman Club president, KDP treasurer, editor of the Chinook, and junior advisor, for MHA. As a member of Spurs, Sharon served as treasurer and junior advisor, while also having received recognition for Spur of the Month and Spur of the Semester. She was a member of Student Senate, and also participated in intramurals. Sharon was a Resident Assistant, a peer group advisor, a homecoming queen candidate, and has received Dean's List recognition. Sharon has been the recipient of the WMC Foundation Scholarship, Delta Kappa Gamma Scholarship, Roy Evenson Scholarships for leadership and work on the Chinook and the Chinook award. SUSAN IVERSON of Sitka, Alaska is a Business Ed. major and a math minor. While attending Western, she served as Student Senate Business Manager in 1983-84 and as Vice President in 1984-85. Susan was Business Manager of the Chinook in 1983-84 and served as Co-Editor in 1984-85. She was a Resident Assistant for two years, a cheerleader, orientation leader, and student advisor. Susan served as KDP secretary, was a member of both KZN and MHA and played on many intramural championship teams. She has participated in music and theatre productions at WMC and has also received Dean's List recognition. Susan was the recipient of the AAUW Scholarship and the Roy Evenson Chinook Grant. LYLE LONGHURST of Shelley, Idaho received a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Heritage at WMC in 1984. He is presently working on a B.A. degree in American Studies here at Western. He is a U.S. Navy veteran having served in both WWII and the Korean War. He is a member of the Disabled American Veterans, Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, and the Elk's Lodge. Here at Western, Lyle has been a member of the Industrial Arts Club and the Activities Board-ASWMC. He has ten children and twenty-four grandchildren. Lyle has traveled extensively throughout the world but considers his home to be the "L Lazy L" ranch near Salmon, Idaho. His future plans include receiving his MS and MA degrees in History and American Studies at the University of Idaho, and his LLD and PHD at the University of Arizona. 32CINDY FARMER of Superior is a Physical Ed. major with an emphasis in Athletic coaching. She is also a Business minor. She has played varsity basketball for four years and served as co-captain her senior year. Cindy was awarded academic All-Conference honors, and was selected to the Frontier All Conference first team. She was a member of KDP and has been on the Dean's List for four years. She also participated in the intramural program. Cindy received the Academic Freshman Scholarship in 1982, and the Maier Miller Scholarship in 1984. ROBERTA JEAN JACKSON BERGE-SON is a Business and English major from Dillon. She is a member of the city bowling league and the city pool league. Roberta has also served as ad-manager for the Wescolite. She enjoys many hobbies including: skiing, motorbike riding, quilting, and sewing. Roberta has two children: Kelly, 7, and Jack, 2. JONEL SMITH of Jackson Hole, Wyoming is a Physical Ed. major with an emphasis in athletic coaching and a minor in History. She has played varsity volleyball for four years, served as team co-cap-tain for three years and was named to the All-Conference team in 1983 and 1984. Along with being involved in intramurals, Jonel has also been active in Spurs where she was President and Junior Advisor, and President of KZN. THOMAS MCLAREN is an Industrial Arts and History Social Science major from Missoula. He was a member of the WMC Industrial Arts Club and received the Golden Hammer Award. Tom student taught at Big Sky High School and was involved in the intramural program and coached football while there. He is in the Dillon Elk's Club 1554, is a member of the "Buck Club", and is a member of the National Foundation. Tom has also received Dean's List recognition. 33GINNY CORR of Dillon is an Elementary Ed. major with an English minor. She has been an active member of the Newman Club serving as Vice-President in 1983-84 and Treasurer in 1984-85. Ginny was a member of Spurs for which she served as editor, and she was also a member of Student Senate. She was a Brownie Leader Assistant for two years and has received Deans List recognition. Ginny has received numerous scholarships while attending Western, including Alumni, Foundation, Soroptomist, Delta Kappa Gamma, and Cobb Foundation. LOU RAE ANN MYHRE of Twin Bridges is an Art major. She has been active in Art Club and served as chairperson for the 1983 Art Festival. She placed third in the Continuing Ed. logo contest and third in the welding division at the I.A. Art Festival. Lou Rae was awarded the Mary Baker Emerick Art Scholarship for 1984-85 and has received Dean's List recognition. She has been active in the Twin Bridges Chamber of Commerce, was a participant in the 1985 Mentorship for the gifted and talented program and is self-employed as a goldsmith. SCOTT FRANCIS, a senior fromBel-grade, is a Broadfield Science major with a Mathematics minor. He served as a Resident Assistant for 2’ 2 years, was president of Kappa Delta Pi and belonged to the NCTM, MCTM, and MAS. He was a member of the WMC Activities Board and Student Senate. Scott played football for two years and has been on the track team four years. He also received the Terry Watters Leadership Award in 1984. CARMAINE HAYES of Sand Coulee is a Music Broadfield major. She has been a member of the Chorus for four years, an accompanist for Can-tabiliers for four years and served as President and vice for Music Company. Carmaine was also involved with the Madrigal Dinner, Dillon Follies, and Gargoyles. She was a member of KDP, played intramural volleyball, and was also on the Dean's List. Carmaine has received the KDP Scholarship and the Ralph McFadden Cup. 34GARY HAVERFIELD of Columbia Falls is a Physical Ed. major with an emphasis in Sports Medicine and Athletic Coaching. He also has a Biology minor. Gary is a student trainer and past president of the WMC Student Trainers Association. He is also a resident assistant. Gary has played varsity basketball for three years, was chosen team captain his senior year, has participated in track for three years and was chosen for the Frontier Conference All-Academic Team. Gary was the recipient of the Jay LaLonde Scholarship, the Maier Miller Scholarship and has received Dean's List recognition. CLAUDIA STARKEY of Libby is a P.E. major with a minor in Biology. She was a member of the Mathews Hall Association, KDP, KZN, and Spurs. Claudia served as an Orientation leader and was actively involved with the intramural program and Newman Club. Claudia received the American Legion Scholarship. MOLLY MALONE of Brady is a P.E. major with an emphasis in Athletic Coaching. She is also a history minor. She has played varsity basketball for four years, and was co-captain for the 1984-85 season. Molly participated in one year of cross-country, and has been on many intramural teams. Molly was a member of Spurs and held the office of songleader. She was also a member of Kappa Delta Pi and has been on the Dean's List. MARK SORENSON of Hamilton is a Math major with a History minor. He has been a member of Kappa Delta Pi, Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, and the Chinook Yearbook staff. He has served as a WMC Student Advocate, Orientation Leader, and Student Advisor. Mark participated in the intramural program, and was on the Dean's List. He has received the Jane Buttrey Memorial Scholarship, Cobb Foundation Scholarship and the Roy Evenson Photography Grant. 3536 Tamara Albee Chester Todd Allen Dillon Valerie Beals Plains Mike Berndt Detroit, Ml Brenda Black Dillon Nicole Bramlett Columbia Falls Shelly Bruce Columbia Falls Bobby Carter Augusta Lisa Carter Butte Patti Cearley Helena Darin Cebulla Cut Bank Donna Chevallier Helena 37Freshmen Steve Caciari Fairbanks, AK Tim Cool Centerville, IA Britt Cooper Willow Creek Rob Cummins Frenchtown Anita Cyr Lincoln Julie DeRango Glendive Deanna Dean Fairfield Tania Dreyer Choteau Chris Edden Whitehall Donna Edington Idaho Falls, ID Lisa Ehlers Plains Casey Erickson Star Valley, WY 38Kolby Erickson Star Valley, WY Robert Eva Butte Jay Fredrickson Big Timber Kessie Galahan Augusta Elk Raven Gilroy Thompson Falls Melody Goodwin Palmer John Greydanus Billings Jeff Gruber Libby 39Freshmen Lynn Harrington Helena Sheila Hart Dillon Jamie Hegstad Dillon Mary Heine Fairview Diana Herrly Butte Tami Hinton Gardiner Deana Hobbs Sula Jim Hardy Fairview Darlene Hutchinson Hammond, ID Michele Jacobson Helena William Jarvis Plains Sherri Jiulio Boulder 40Mike Kelly Butte Traci Kerr Charlo Laura Killam Libby James King Hays Becky Kington Helena Marki Kissell Butte Richey Kummer Belt Chris Lang Helena Lynn Lemelin Anaconda Jamie Lewis Corvallis Dawn Loveland Darby Brett Maddox Twin Bridges 41Freshmen Corrine Marchesseault Polaris Mark Malkovich Jackson Jan Martineau Kalispell Marilyn Matthew Trout Creek Susan McCready Nenana, AK Tammie McDonald Judith Gap Scott Meissner Fort Benton Jerry Mentzel Ogdensburg, Wl 42Cindy Merlo Big Fork Verona Miller Dillon Brian Mogren Anaconda Rory Murphy Bethel, AK Wesley Myhre Harrison Susan Nate Blackfoot, ID Ed Newell Mullen, ID Keith O'Brien Florence Deven Olson Victor Dennis Osterman Belt Sandra Parrett Butte Holly Ann Peterson Dillon 43Freshmen Lisa Peterson Anaconda Quincy Petty Judith Gap Christi Powell Dutton Dee Dee Rattey Bozeman Pam Reinmuth Dillon Suzanne Rich Harrison Shawn Roberts Sugar City, ID Roy Roehl Fairbanks, AK Jan Rowland Townsend Sandy Schmidt Fairfield Russ Schwandt Dillon Kristi Scott Charlo 44Kathy Birisch Shaw Lincoln Paul Shirley Rexburg, ID Donny Sedivy Hingham Valerie Simonson Twin Bridges David Smith Libby Kevin Smith Ririe, ID Ted Smith Columbia Falls Todd Stapleton Great Falls Paula Steele Kalispell Deanna Sullivan Fairfield John Sullivan Butte Julie Sumpter Butte 45Freshmen Dean Thompson Superior Virginia Thompson Sidney Cindy Tyler Lima Penny Wagner Baker James Webster Dillon Christy Weigand Plains Tina White Dillon Wendy Woolsey Helena Lori Zacher Hamilton 46Sophomores John Amestoy Augusta Matt Anderson Augusta Diane Ansley Three Forks Rhea Armstrong Cardwell David Ashcraft Twin Bridges Cindy Bennett Helena Nadine Berg Palmer, AK Jean Bieler Sheridan Cheryl Brown Sheridan Gerald Brunckhorst White Sulphur Springs Jennifer Burger Butte Beth Butcher Lewistown 48Shawn Carder Burley, ID Lori Carter Belgrade Mike Christian. Great Falls Deann Coffing Butte Mary Lou Combs Dillon Bob Cooley Victor Beth Cracknell Alexandria, VA John DeBarber Hamilton John Degal Dillon Mary Denney Choteau Lana Evans Dillon Marta Ferguson Fort Benton 49Sophomores Donna Fitzwilliams Butte Darla Forbes Avon Kip French Salmon Pat Friel Butte Julie Gagnon Whitehall Brad Gleason Ennis Lisa Hampton Dillon Patti Hawe Butte Janet Holland Hot Springs Mike Housel Philipsburg Roger Jensen Arlee Sheryl Johnson Dillon 50Rich Kastelitz Anaconda Debbie Kinney Dillon Nadene Knapp Hot Springs Barbara Kramer Twin Bridges Tom Krause Butte Bert Lower Ennis Becky MacDonald Libby Kyle MacDonald Libby Brad Maddox Twin Bridges Sib Malee Anaconda Steve Matteson Darby Donna May Anaconda 51Sophomores Roxanne McCracken Libby Susan McFall Lima Chris Mehring Twin Bridges Gail Miller Butte Jim Molek Buxton Kristy Monahan Butte Frank Moreni Anaconda Brian Morgan Augusta Shelly Mulcahy Butte Janice Muller Rdyard Sara Okleasik Nome, AK Karey Olson Anaconda 52Jeanie Parker Columbia Falls Billie Jo Parsons Sheridan Ernie Plutt Dillon Lisa Price Judith Gap Sean Phillips Medimont, ID Tom Ratkovich Roundup John Risher Whitehall Jeff Roberts Wibaux Kammy Rogers Portland, OR 53Sophomores Charlene Ross Dillon John Sain Darby Debra Sather Libby Sabrina Sanders Ennis Sam Sheppard Chinook Karen Shipley Butte Elaine Simonsen Sheridan Sherri Smith Three Forks "Hey Guys! When's the baby due?" 54Barb Solf Winnett Kali Stender Sheridan Julie Stubbs Petrilli Dillon Patty Sullivan Butte Deanna Swift Plains DeeDee Synness Helena Doug Taylor Lemhi, ID Darlene Ware Deer Lodge Don Webster Weippe, ID Dacy Welch Hot Springs Randy Whited Columbia Falls Carolyn Wilder Anaconda 55JUNIORS Photo of members of the Junior Class taken from the 1922 Chinook of the Montana State Normal College. 56Juniors Ron Beck Twin Bridges Wilma Bennett Helena Jean Bergeson Dillon Tracy Bertram Exeter, NH Dawn Blair White Sulphur Springs Mike Blair White Sulphur Springs Brad Burns Helena Chuck Buus Whitehall Ginny Corr Dillon Lorrie DeYott Deer Lodge Kent Depner Choteau Ken Evans Helena 57Juniors Chris Fisk Dillon AnnMarie Graves Eureka Barb Green Anaconda AnnMarie Guidoni Butte Pat Hagen Anaconda Angela Hanlon Aitkin, MN Penny Haynie Grass Range Brent Holder Eureka Kerrie Holmes Hamilton Steve Howery Dillon Pam Ivie Phillipsburg Chris Jungers Seeley Lake 58Eileen Lane Dillon Laurie Larson Butte Jim Lubke Anaconda Shelia McGee Butte Paullette Miller Deer Lodge Margie O'Connor studying hard Charlotte Moran Superior LouRae Myhre Twin Bridges Diana Noble Grass Range 59Juniors Mary O'Brien Florence Margie O'Connor Butte Tony Petrilli Choteau Tami Pittman Glen Kathy Plutt Dillon Mike Pochervina Butte Robie Powell West Yellowstone Shelly Rankin Dillon Kelly Samson Boulder Teresa Schladweiler Ryegate Diane Silk Butte Linda St. Clair East Helena 60Ken Swanger Choteau Shannon Sword Whitefish Bret Thompson Superior Joe Tysel Dillon Sherry Walker Ennis Bob Weatherston Dillon Mike Wetherbee Charlo Mary Ann Wilke Dillon Debra Wright Dillon Kent Wright Dillon 61Brett snoozes while Dod watches the soaps. Kirby and Lisa seem depressed by the score. Deb ond Deb show off the suds. 62 Lisa Baas in a pensive mood.SENIORS Photo of "Degree Students'" taken from the 1915 Chinook of the Montana State Normal College. 63Seniors Susan Arthur - Deer Lodge Todd Ackerman -Sidney Diana Babcock -Sheridan Doug Barth - Glendive Dave Borjas - Dillon Sharon Brand -Oakdale, Wl Julie Burgstrom- Dillon Pat Cheff - Columbia Falls Serena Cole - Kalispell Caralee Cross - Butte Darrell Cross - Butte Bob Crumley - Kalispell 64Robin DeLong - Helena Brenda Dean - White Sulphur Deb Dean - Fairfield Regan Dean - White Sulphur Robin Dean - White Sulphur Seniors work hard! Charlie Evans -Townsend Chris Fox - Belding, Ml Scott Francis - Belgrade 65Seniors Howard Gaines - Dillon Melody Grant - Boulder Sue Grayson - Dillon Marilyn Hale - Dillon Addie Haugen -Missoula Scott Hoffman - Great Falls Susan Iverson - Sitka, AK Shelly Jenkins - Darby Kimberly Lazzari -Butte Holly Lott - Twin Bridges Calgon, take me away! 66Mitch Maki • Belt John McClure - Dillon Tom McLaren Dillon Tammy Miller- Dillon Brent Moore- Big Fork Kevin Moore - Jordan Patti Moore - Harlowton Dan Novack - Butte Phil Odegard - Sun River Shane Patrick - Eureka Laura Raykowski -Missoula Rooster Reynolds -Twin Bridges 67Seniors Cindy Rhodes -Silverstar Jerry Richard - Vida Greg Ross - Deer Lodge Terri Schmidt -Bozeman Tim Schapiro - Tulsa, OK Geoff Smith - Dillon Jonel Smith - Jackson Hole, WY Tony Smith - Columbia Falls Mark Sorenson -Hamilton Kim Spackman -Whitehall Alora Stepan - Butte Claudia Starkey - Libby 68Glenn Visser - Harrison Bill Webster - Lodge Grass Randy Wiggins - Big Fork Loyd Williams - Butte Kim Woody - Butte Leela Woody - Noxon Graduate Students Lyle Longhurst -Salmon Kate Riley - Belle Fouche, S D 6970CAMPUS HAPPENINGS AND ORGANIZATIONS The photo below is o page taken from the 1916 Chinook of the Montana State Normal College. 71ASWMC Campus Day Care The ASWMC Campus Day Care and Learning Center (located in the basement of the SUB) began in March of 1984 to serve the children of full-time students, part-time students, and faculty. Within a year, enrollment has grown from 6 to 28 children at any one time, for children from ages six months to seven years. Initial funding and subsequent funding has been alloted through ASWMC. The center's top priorities are to provide a safe and healthy environment for the children and to foster positive self-concepts within each child. Social development of each child is also very important. Therefore, many opportunities are made available to promote positive social interaction. Many learning activities are offered throughout the day including painting and collage making as well as several other creative activities, puzzles, games, etc. Learning centers are set up to promote the physical, social, emotional, and intellectual growth of each child. Staff who are trained in the area of Child Development are responsible for the quality program. Work-study students are also working in the center gaining valuable experience to assist them in their later job skills. 72and Learning Center 73GODSPELL Take One, Take Two, Take Three Godspell, the 1970's musical conceived by John Michael Treblike and musically scored by Stephen Schwarz, was the first presentation of the Performing Arts Department for the '84-'85 school year. Thomas Gambill, Dave Warner and Dave Beier brought the cast under direction to bring the musical adaptation of the Godspell according to St. Matthew to life. Godspell is a humorous version of the Gospels presented by actors and actresses in clown makeup and Haight-Ashbury costuming. Starting humorously, the story takes a serious twist (symbolized by the cast removing their makeup) as a betrayal and crucifixion unfolds. The cast included: Mike Housel, Tomm Link, Gail Miller, Susan Arthur, Addie Haugen, Julie Stubbs-Petrilli, Gina Lytle, Wes Myhre, and the special talents of the production crew. 74 Mike Housel Addie Haugen Gail Miller Tomm Link Gina Lytle Julie Stubbs-Petrilli Susie Arthur Addie Hougen Julie Stubbs-Petrilli Tomm Link Addie Haugen Wes Myhre Mike Housel Wes Myhre Tomm Link Gail Miller Addie Haugen Mike Housel Julie Stubbs-Petrilli Addie Haugen Gina Lytle Mike Housel Susie Arthur Tomm Link Wes Myhre Susie Arthur 75Nostalgic Sixties Relived Cast and crew members from left to right: Susie McCready, Tim Moriarity, Linda St. Clair, Susan Iverson, Director Dr. Gambill, Gina Lytle, GaW t'Ailer, Bob Weatherston, and Dave Warner. 76 "Kennedy's Children," playwright Robert Patrick's nostalgic retrospective of the turbulent Sixties, was staged April 18, 19, and 20 by the WMC Theatre Department. The moving drama, set in Nick's Bar on the Lower East Side of New York, on a rainy February afternoon in 1974, dealt with social and political problems of that tumultuous decade, as related through interpersonal monologues of five individuals. Directed by Dr. Thomas Gambill, the cast and their characters included: Wanda............................Susan Iverson Bartender.....................Susan McCready Sparger............................Gail Miller Mark.....................................David Warner Rona.....................................Addie Haugen Carla..............................Gina Lytle 77 "Kennedy's Children" characters Rona, Mark, Bartender, Wanda, Carla, and Sparger.WMC Music Deportment 1984-85 Cantabaliers- Front: Cindy Rhoads, Susan Arthur, Pam Reinmuth, and Patty Davis. Back: Mike Housel, Roger Jensen, Director Dave Warner, Scott Wildung, Scott Smith, and Greg Sietsema. Left: Greg Sietsema shows off one of his many talents. Right: Cindy and Scott perform at the special Valentine's Day dinner in the Western cafeteria. 78Western's choir members included: Front-Susie Arthur, Patty Davis, Julie Petrilli. Middle-Gail Miller, Teresa Nave, Mike Housel, Darlene Ware, Kammy Rogers. Back-Deb Smith, Scott Wildung, Greg Sietsema. The choir's director was Dave Warner. Top Left: WMC Band Director Dr. David Beier. Top Right: Pep Band members showed their enthusiasm at every home football game .. . Bottom: As well as at every home basketball game. 79Circle K and Mathews Hall Association Members and advisor of Circle K include: Seated • Linda St. Cloir, Robin Meier, and Sib Molee. Standing • Dr. Rex Meyers, Dave Meier, Barry Smith, ond John Degel. Members of the Mathews Hall Association include: Seated - Diana Noble, Lisa Baas, Connie Petrovich, and Sharon Brand. Kneeling -Janice Muller, Susan Iverson, Jeon Bieler, and Marta Ferguson. 80Kappa Delta Pi and Kappa Zeta Nu Kappa Delta Pi members and their advisor include: Seated - Ginny Corr, Debra Wright, Teresa Schladweiler, Lorrie DeYott, Alora Stephan, Down Blair, and Karen Henke. Standing • Claudia Starkey, Jerry Richord, Ron Kaylor, Ron Beck, Jade Stokke, Geoff Smith, Chuck Buus, Ken Swanger, Robbie Powell, Scott Francis, and Dr. Alan Zetler. Kappa Zeta Nu members include: Front Row • Cindy Ellis, Ristine West, Cindy Bennett, and Nadine Berg. Middle row • Connie Petrovich, Jeanie Parker, Shelly Bruce, Mary Denny, and Sharon Brand. Back row - Tommie McDonald, Quincy Petty, Charlotte Moran, Karen Henke, and Rhea Armstrong. 81Student Advocates and IVCF Student Advocates and their advisors standing left to right include: Mark Sorenson, Larry Hickethier, Craig Van Houten, Ron Beck, Joe Tysel, and Jeff Skelton. Seated are Sherry Walker and Ginny Corr. Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship members include: Front row - John Custer, Penny Wagner, Jan Martineau, Rhea Armstrong, and Carolyn Wilder. Middle row - Mark Horrington, Kathy Voss, Tommy Miller, Lana Evans, Corinne Marchesseoult, Nicole Bramlette, and Kip French. Back row • Gory Grose, Shane Roberts, Roger Jensen, John Ita, Dick Mandeville, Karen Henke, Sib Molee, Janet Gentry (holding photo of Neil Snyder), Joe Morstein, and Todd Berget.Industrial Arts Club and M-Club Industrial Arts Club members and advisors include: Ron McKee, Bob Weatherston, Matt Wittmier, Bob Evans, Robin Walth, Kevin DeMary, Barry Smith, Kent Jones, Chuck Witte, Bob Pearce, Stan Atchley, Jim Schuller, Phil Odegard, Jerry Richard, Tom Sullivan, Pat Doyle, Clay Anders, and Dan Scott. M-Club members include: Front row - Guy Melby, Ken Waber, Duane Eamon, Steve Long, Bill Gallagher, and Doug Fraley. Middle row -Richard Fletcher, Kelly Hayes, Todd Berget, Shawn Roberts, and Jay Fredrickson. Bock row • Shown LoBaugh, Dudley Nightingole, Ed Newell, Todd Hamper, Rich Evans, Jeff Roberts, Mike Fuller, and Shawn Carder. 83Spurs Complete Another Active Year Spurs members include: Front row - Lana Evans, Lisa Price, Marta Ferguson, Janice Muller, Janet Gentry. Back row - Barb Solf, Jennifer Burger, Cindy Bennett, Sandy Doyle, Carolyn Wilder, Donna May, and Jeanie Parker. It might help if you put the phone to your ear, Barb! 84 Janet and Cindy - another night at the ball games.Student Senate Has Busy But Successful Term 1984-85 Senate members include: Front row - Business Manager Kim Spackman, Vice President Susan Iverson, Sharon Brand, Ginny Corr, Secretary Addie Haugen, and Faculty Advisor Keith Parker. Back row - Joe Tysel, Steve Howery, Ernie Plutt, Kent Depner, President Bob Crumley, ond Tim Moriarity. President Bob displays one of his many talents. 85ASWMC Activities Board 1984-85 Top L-R: Dean Thompson, Chuck Buus, Shelly Rankin, Greg Ross, Eileen Lane, Mark Copenhaver, Lyle Longhurst, John Risher, Advisor Dick Mandeville, Tim Sperber, Lana Evans, Sib Malee, Sandi Doyle. Front-Shelly Jenkins, Carolyn Wilder, Barb Solf, Margie O'Connor, Marta Ferguson. 86TALUS, GARLAND VALLEE in conc€RT-w.m.c. 1) Activities Board Members 2) Don McLeod - M.C. Gong Show Mime Gorilla 3) James Hersch-Singer Songwriter 4) Dave Wopat-Singer Song-writer 5) Talus, Garland, Vallee -Singers Songwriters 6) Tom Deluca-Comedian Hypnotist 7) Busy Activities Board Member! 87WMC Trainers and Cheerleaders L-R: Head Trainer Dave Kendall, Marta Ferguson, Berta Francisco, Donna May, Pat Cheff, Barb Solf, Shane Borchert, Margaret Rose, Roy Strong, Teresa Schladweiler, Ann Graves, Kent Depner, Gary Haverfield, Kirby Kauk, Jamie Duppong. Left- 1985 WMC Cheerleaders: Top-Sheryl Johnson, L-R: Tami Albee, Kathy Lohman, Susan Nate, Anita Cyr. Top: Mascot Jerry Richard. GO BULLDOGS! 88Art Club and SOAR Club Advisor Barney Brienza, Deb Smith, Darlene Ware, Susan Grayson, Lou Rae Myhre, Brenda Black. Soar Club: L-R: Doug Crosby, Pat Pansze, Steve French, Cindy Cutler, Nick Pavone, Beth Cracknell, Pat Hagen. 899091WMC Alumni Phonothon The fourth annual WMC Alumni Phonathon hit a record high in receipt of pledges with a total of $20,118. Under the direction of George Nelson with the able assistance of Karyl Contway, the total pledges have risen from $6,000 in 1980. Sib Malee of Anaconda led student callers with a total of $4,415, followed by Dave Meier of Dillon, who got the largest number of individual pledges and also worked the longest hours. The record proceeds will be utilized according to donor specifications while unrestricted gifts fund Alumni Association operations and scholarships. 92r n Amount Pledged S 198 ______Refusal ______Moved ______Incorrect Phone No. ______Disconnected Phone ______Unreached By Phone ______Call Back___________ WMC ALUMNI PHONATHON Response Card Name ............. Address .......... Phone Number .... Years Attended ___ Degree Year....... Current Occupation Maiden Name Special Remarks THE ALUMNI FUND Alumni Association Western Montana College Dillon. Montana 59725 Dear __________________________ Western Montana College Thanks you for your participation in its annual Phonathon. Private donations will have a critical bearing on future offerings and activities. Your pledge ofS______________helps WMC to maintain its present high academic standing and tosubstanially expand alumni activities. 93 THANKS AGAIN FOR YOUR DONATION!1 985 Race for the Senate Re-elected President Bob Crumley Vice President Elect Jenny Butorovich The 1985 roce for the seven available ASWMC seats proved to be an interesting and exciting one right down to the last nail-biting minute. Highly qualified and capable 1984-85 President Bob Crumley ran unopposed, to resume his title for another year. The most hard-fought campaign was the bottle for the office of Vice President. Jenny Butorovich and Chris Fisk battled this one out to the very end with Butorovich cloiming the title in the end. Elected to Senators' positions were Ann Morie Guidom, Cindy Merlo, Melody Goodwin, Mark Burns, and Scott Brown. Newly appointed officers were Carolyn Wilder, Secretary, and Kent Wright, Business Manager.Residence Holl Staff 1984-85 Residence Hall Staff members include: 1st Row - Kent Depner and Scott Francis. 2nd Row - Teresa Schladweiler and Diana Noble. 3rd Row • Sharon Brand, Susan Iverson, and Scott Hoffmon. 4th Row - Beth Butcher, Pat Cheff, and Steve Mann. 5th Row - Gary Haverfield, Ken Waber, Kate Riley (Women's H.R.), Paul Stetzner, and John Ita (Men's H.R.). 95Dorming It So you missed out on the mug shots. Well, if you were reolly lucky, you were caught by a Chinook photographer taking floor pictures (and retaking floor pictures). Whether behind bars or by the Coke machine, the inmates seem to be enjoying dorm life and their floor mates. Jordan Men Front: Mike Geer, Shone Patrick, Jerry Richard, ond Glen Visser. Back: Pat Cheff (R.A.), Doug Barth, Tim Harper, Jeff Scott, and Tim Moriority. 96First and Third Campus Mathews Kneeling: Gail Miller, Teresa Schladweiler (R.A.), Alora Stepan, Sherri Smith. Standing: Penny Wagner, Darlene Hutchinson, Paula Steele, Claudia Starkey, Kessie Gallahan, Jennifer Burger, Janice Muller, and Mary Denny. Third Davis Front: Jeff Ferguson, Mike Haines, Frank Wormington, Ray Salmela. Middle: Jim Ehlers, Clint McRae, Paul Stetzner (R.A.), Scott Smith. Back: Sam Sheppard ond Joe Tysel. 97Fourth Centennial Left to right: Deven Olson, Dove Wegner, Shawn Carder, Craig Guelff, Jim Lubke, Jeff Roberts, Sib Malee, Doug Fraley, and Voyd St. Pierre.Second Campus Mathews Front: Patty Davis, Cindy Merlo, Marilyn Matthews, Chorlotte Moran, and Diana Noble (R.A.). Second Row: Tammy Albee, Deann Coffing, Jomie Lewis, Margaret Rose, Marta Ferguson, and Diane Herrly. Third Row: Tina Engrav, Deanna Hobbs, Donna Edington, Nicole Bramlette, ond Jon Mortineau. Back: Corrine Marchessault, Suzanne Rice, Tracy Kerr, Michele Jacobsen, Barb Green, and Anita Cyr. Second Clark In this picture, you may or may not find the following people: Steve Criss, Stan Atchley, Bill Jarvis, David Smith, Todd Hamper, Rob Cummins, John Sain, Howard Wigert, Mike Wetherbee, Richard Fletcher, Bob Cooley, Ken Waber (R.A.), Brian McClain, Brad Maddox, Brett Maddox, Chris Mehring, Mike Christian, Darin Cebulla, Brad Cogdill, John Duffy, David Murto, Scott Bonner, Mike Fuller, and Rich Rathie. 99Second Main Mathews Front: Karen Henke and Donna May. Second Row: Lisa Price, Shelly Bruce, Nadine Berg, Lisa Greany, and Roxanne McCracken. Third Row: Carolyn Wilder. Fourth Row: Sandy Schmidt, Rhea Armstrong, AnnMorie Gui-doni, and Lisa Ehlers. The rest, from left to right: Tommie McDonald, Jeanie Parker, Quincy Petty, Susan Iverson (R.A.), Barb Solf, Cindy Ellis, Ristine West, and Pom Ivie. Fourth Clark Standing in front: Dave Ternes. Sitting: Guy Melby, Jeff Martinson (on Guy's shoulders), Shane Borchert, Bill Gallagher, Duane Eamon, Bill Guay, and Mick Leary. Standing: James Williams, Todd Ackerman, Gary Haverfield (R.A.), Weston Jones, John Larson, Steve Lang, Brent Holder, and Cary Finberg. 100First Main Mathews Front: Lisa Carter. Sitting: Christy Weigand, Val Beals, Beth Butcher (R.A.), Wendy Woolsey, ond Sherri Giulio. Kneeling: Donna Chevallier, Shelly Mulcahy, and Virginia Thompson. Standing: Carla Schonsberg, Verona Miller, Tania Dreyer, Dee Dee Rattey, and Jon Rowlond. Third Clark In the picture above, you may or may not find the following people: Kirby Bright, Neil Froncom, Dan Novack, Eric Tutsch, Steve Francisco, Tim Sperber, Tim Schapiro, Brad Gleason, Steve Mann (R.A.), Todd Berget, Kent Stokes, Rondy Whited, Michael Harris, Jeff Gruber, Kip French, John Risher, Michael Smith, Marlin Mussmann, Shawn Roberts, Ted Smith, Pat Heaney, Donny Sedivy, Scott Webb, and John Stromberg. 101Jordan Women Kneeling: Terri Schmidt, Sharia Litvin, and Sandra Parrett. Standing: Muanpong (Noi) Juntopas, Dianne Thompson, Cindy Farmer, Kathy Eatinger, Molly Malone, Ann Graves, and Chonelle Cooper. 102 WThird Main Mathews Front: Julie DeRongo, Deanna Swift, Lisa Von Bergen, Janet Holland, Lynn Lemelin, Deb Sather, Jean Bieler (on Deb's shoulders), and Vol Ericson. Back: Julie Sumpter, Sherri Stark, Sharon Brand (R.A.), Chris Edden, Lisa Baas (behind Chris), Connie Petrovich, Dawn Loveland, and Shelly Jenkins. Third Centennial 103 Kent Depner (R.A.), Adam Clagett, Kevin O'Brien, Mitch Willett, John Greydanus, and Brad Gardner.A Look at Post Dorm Life at WMC The above photo was taken from a page of the 1916 Chinook. The Normal Dormitories of 1916 housed strictly women until later years when young men were also admitted to the Montana State Normal College. Male residents were then housed in the wing pictured at the left of the photo. Not much later, another wing was added, this one at the opposite end of the dorm from the males' wing. By 1937, the completely remodeled dormitories were "as fireproof and earthquake proof as possible, and completely modern." As described in the Chinook, "the flooring material, instead of wood, is an asphalt tile in taupe color. Radiators are low and entirely metal covered. No closets now, but large roomy cupboards with sliding doors with ample storage space above for hats, overnight bags, and extra clothing. Each room has a washbowl with running hot and cold water. About eighteen inches above the wash bowl is a built-in medicine cabinet, the mirror door of which swings outward. Each cabinet has two large adjustable glass shelves." 104Below are some excerpts taken from the "Women's Residence Hall Handbook: Codes for Campus Coeds" published approximately 40 years ago. Dates. Your date will ask for you at the office. The college operator will then call you and tell you that you have a parlor call. Please answer the phone as soon as it rings. This makes it possible for the operator to place all parlor calls promptly and not keep anyone waiting. Please be ready when your date arrives. Keeping him waiting shows him how little you consider his feelings and gives him every reason to leave without you. When returning from a date, come up the walk, tell your date goodnight, and come in. Do not linger on the steps or in the hallway with your date. Dating is an important part of every girl’s life. Remember to be courteous to your date at all times, be punctual, and attempt whenever possible to prevent him from being in an embarrassing spot as a result of you. If you can do these at all times, you can be almost sure that he will consider you for another date. Dress It is important to make a good impression at all times. A person’s dress helps to make this impresion. The exact dress to wear for all occasions can not be listed here. You have now entered adult life, and you should dress accordingly. The main rule to follow is to dress appropriately. Clean, well-pressed clothes are always important. Slacks, pants, or shorts should not be worn unless the occaion requires it, such as picnics, bowling, hikes, etc. Such attire is never worn in the administration building, union, or the Residence Hall except for washing or in your own room. Curlers are never worn out of the Residence Hall, and never to meals or in the lobby. This matter of dressing appropriately may always be discussed for each occasion with the Dean of Women or your proctor. Signing Out Any woman who wishes to be away from the Residence Hall after 6:00 p.m. is to sign her name in the book which is conveniently placed in the lobby. Your name, exact destination, and time of departure are to be placed in the book. No student is to sign out or in for another who has neglected to do so. Freshmen women are asked to leave their names in the book any time during the day if they plan to be away from campus for a period of two hours. When attending a concert, lecture, or a play on a school night, closing will be one-half hour after the event. When leaving town, you are to sign out on a green slip that is provided and you are to say where you are going, the hour of departure, and the time of your return. You are to state your means of transportation; and if you are going in a car, the person’s name with whom you are riding. If you plan to go anyplace other than your home, you must see the Dean of Women and have her permission. Copy follows: WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION RM............... LEAVE OF ABSENCE FROM RESIDENCE HALL I desire a leave of absence beginning .................................. and ending (Date) (Hour) .............................I expect to be at (Date) (Hour) Signed Approved ... Disapproved Traveling by Dean of Women The room that is currently the TV Lounge in Mathews Hall was a parlor known as "No Man's Land" in 1951. 105Who Said "Three's A Crowd"? Verona Miller, Chris Word, and Quincy Petty Cindy Ellis, Ristine West, and Jeanie Parker Marki Kissell, Jamie Hegstad, and Lynn Lemelin Melody Goodwin, Shelly Bruce, and Nadine Berg 1069)4 Chinook of the Ph to of page taken from tl Me itana State Normal Collet 107The WMC volleyball team started off the year with only three returning veterans - Jonel Smith, Cindy Bennett, and Deb Sather. The Lady Bulldogs, under first-year coach Kate Riley, posted an 8-18 season match record and in the process posted their first conference victory of the past three campaigns. Coach Riley had the following to say about the seoson. "As the season progressed, the experience of working together helped us gain the strength that we had the potential of playing. The season ended with us showing very strong against Tech and Northern in regular season matches. I feel the volleyball program at Western Montana College is building into a fine team unit that will be conference contenders in the seasons to come." 1984-1985 SCOREBOARD Montana Tech Invitational WMC - OREGON TECH WMC - RICKS COLLEGE WMC - Black Hills State College WMC - CARROLL COLLEGE WMC - MONTANA TECH WMC - Northern Idaho College Black Hills Stote Invitational WMC - Yonkton Community College WMC - Northern Montana College WMC - Black Hills State College WMC - BISMARCK JR. COLLEGE WMC - Dickinson State College WMC - CARROLL COLLEGE Conference Matches WMC - RICKS COLLEGE WMC - CARROLL COLLEGE WMC - CARROLL COLLEGE Montana Tech Invitational WMC- RICKS COLLEGE WMC - CARROLL COLLEGE WMC - Centrol Wyoming - Riverton WMC - NORTHWEST COMMUNITY COLLEGE-POWELL WMC - MONTANA TECH Conference Matches WMC - MONTANA TECH WMC - NORTHERN MONTANA COLLEGE WMC - MONTANA TECH WMC - Northern Montana College WMC - Montana Tech WMC - NORTHERN MONTANA COLLEGE 108Spikers Satisfied With Long Hard Season 1984-85 WMC Volleyball Team - Front: Coach Kate Riley, Trainer Jamie Duppong, Kelly Kjerstad, Kessie Gallahan, Anito Cyr, DebSother, Manager Lori Markovich. Back: Cindy Bennett, Laurie Larson, Diana Oldham, Jonel Smith, Sara Okleasik, Susan Nate. Sara and Susan await their signal to begin play. 109 Cindy Bennett stands reody for defensive action.As the school year ends the college rodeo season is just beginning, with the college finals to be held June 18-24. So far the team has had a mixed showing. Sophomore Shawn Gleason is leading the Big Sky region in calf roping, and holds third place in the all around. Brother Brad is fifth in steer wrestling. Becky King-ton placed in the barrels to keep the girls' team mentioned. Tearn members include the following sophomores: Shawn Gleason, Rick Nor-dahl, Jess McGinley, Ken Evans, Brad Burns, and Debbie Kinney. Also on the team are the following freshman: Tom Ferris, Todd Durham, Brad Gleason, Donna Chevallier, and Becky Kington. With the men's team currently in fourth place, some good luck and some good riding are needed to boost WMC's placing. Pictures: 1) Rooster helping out Brad Burns; 2) Debbie Kinney galloping along; 3) Kent Nordahl explaining it to Stewart Schall; 4) Diana Noble and Tami Pittman and friends; 5) Shawn Gleason winning the battle; 6) Stewart Schall on a mean one; 7) Debbie Johnson making good time. Schedule Glendive - May 3, 4, 5 Cody, Wyoming - May 10, 11, 12 Havre - May 17, 18, 19 Billings - May 24, 25, 26 110WMC's Rodeo Team ill This page sponsored by Johnson SaddleryI ' I . •• X FRONT ROW, L to R: Ken Wober, Paul Shirley, John Love, Neil Brunett, Duane Eomon, Don DeTonacour, Guy Melby, Joe Tysel, Steve Lang and Jrm Ehlers. SECOND ROW, L to R: Bill Gallagher, Fronk Wormington, Dove Ternes, Kirby Kauk, Tim Sperber, Shawn Holmes, Shaun Roberts, Doug Taylor, Kirby Bright and Chris Lang. THIRD ROW, L to R: Jay Frederickson, Tony Petrilli, Doug Fraley, Greg Jared, Mike Fuller, Jeff Roberts, Jeff Gruber, Richard Evans, Scott Bonner and J.R. Lott. FOURTH ROW, L to R: Rich Whitmore, Ed Coumerilh, Jerry Mentzel, Ron Johnson, Kevin Smith, Greg Reynard, Jeff Scott, Sam Gibbons, Dan Vanek and Ken Swanger. FIFTH ROW, L to R: Kelly McKeever, Mike Harris, Weston Jones, Brett Arriaga, Scott Derrickson, Chuck Witte, Shawn Schreffler, Don Webster ond Shawn Carder. SIXTH ROW, L to R: Trampis Heble, Marlin Mussman, Robbie Brown, Tyler McPherson, Keith O'Brien, Joe Schrecengost, Casey Erickson and Kevin D. Smith. SEVENTH ROW, L to R: Darin Cebulla, Rob Cummins, Rob Jones, Stan Chomberlain, Craig Guelff, Todd Stapleton, Richard Fletcher and Jon Ruzicka. BACK ROW, L to R: John Sain, Scott Webb, Mitch Maki, Ed Newell, Marty Schlader and Mike O'Harra. COACHES: D. Christensen, J. Custer. S. Meihack, R. Willhite, T. Idler.FOOTBALL 1984 FOOTBALL SCORES —1984 WMC 7 Southern Utah 24 9 Ricks College 19 8 Carroll College 8 24 Montana Tech 23 24 Rocky Mountain 29 10 Montana Tech 7 18 Rocky Mountain 19 14 Carroll College 7 10 Minot State 20 Two tough losses to Rocky Mountain, 29-24 and 19-18, denied a spirited WMC bid for Frontier Conference honors. Rocky took the title with a perfect 6-0 slate, followed by Western 3-2-1, Carroll 2-3-1, and MT Tech 0-6. ALL CONFERENCE First Team Mitch Maki - offensive guard Greg Reynard - defensive tackle John Love - tackle Duane Eamon - linebacker Guy Melby - linebacker Ken Swanger - safety Frank Wormington - cornerback Tim Sperber - tight end Second Team Rich Evans - tackle Dave Ternes - wide receiver Steve Lang - defensive end Mike O'Harra - quarterback Four-year line standout, Mitch Maki, was voted NAIA Division II All American honorable mention after earlier selection to All-Frontier and All-District 12 first teams. Greg Reynard, junior defensive tackle, joined Maki on the elite Frontier and District 12 all-star squads.1984-85 LADY BULLDOGS Front row L to R - Assistant Coach Tani Breen, Susan McCready, Sharia Litvin, Jamie Hegstad, Beth Butcher, Coach Jim Corr; Back row - Trainer Teresa Schladweiler, Barb Green, Molly Malone, Deanna Swift, Kathy Eatinger, Cindy Farmer, Margaret Rose, Chanelle Cooper, Manager Jenny Berger. Western's Coach Jim Corr, who guided Western's Lady Bulldogs for the past six seasons, concluded a 31 year Montana coaching career this year. He has coached at all high school levels including C, B, A, and AA before culminating in the Frontier Conference. Three times during his six-year reign as women's coach, the Lady Bulldogs gained Frontier Conference playoff berths while posting an overall 85-70 mark. Western will miss this dedicated coach. Barb Green puts one in. 114Conference Season Scores WMC 69 Rocky Mountain 65 66 Northern Montana 63 57 Northern Montana 68 67 Montana Tech 71 74 Carroll College 64(ot) 66 Montana Tech 62 83 College of Great Falls 72 69 Carroll College 73 56 Carroll College 67 70 College of Great Falls 73 61 Montana Tech 60 75 Northern Montana 74(ot) 70 Rocky Mountain 80 66 Rocky Mountain 73 70 College of Great Falls 81 The Lady Bulldogs started out their season with hopes of a Frontier Championship, but were disappointed when they were unable to make the playoffs. The women cagers will be losing three of their start-ers-Seniors Chanelle Cooper, Cindy Farmer Molly Malone. The Lady Bulldogs finished with an overall record of 11-15 and a conference standing of 7-8. Barb Green, a junior center, was selected to the All-Conference second team. She led the team in rebounding with an average of seven per game, while adding 12 points per game. Also selected to second team was junior forward Kathy Eatinger. She led the coeds with a 15.1 scoring average and grabbed 6.8 rebounds per game. She also set a new WMC scoring record for a single game by scoring 35 points against NMC. Chanelle Cooper and Cindy Farmer earned honorable mention honors: Cooper averaged 11.1 points per game while Farmer added 10.7 points per game. Chanelle - two for sure! Kathy - Hi Mom! Margaret's Target! Working hard girls? 115Bulldogs Are Frontier Runner-up WMC 75 Moorehead (Minn.) Stote 65 WMC 68 Eostem Montono 71 WMC 65 University of Idaho 94 WMC 66 Eostern Wosh. University 86 WMC 72 Chadron Stote 70 WMC 80 Rocky Mountoin College 78 WMC 76 Northern Montana College 59 WMC 58 Northern Montono College 62 WMC 63 Montano Tech 70 WMC 75 CorroH College 61 WMC 70 Montona Tech (OT) 69 WMC 72 College of Great Fak 60 WMC 64 Corrofl College 58 WMC 74 CorroH College 68 WMC 68 College of Greot Foils 71 WMC 74 Montana Tech 87 WMC 81 Northern Montona College 43 WMC 47 Rocky Mountain College 67 WMC 76 Rocky Mountoin College 58 WMC 55 College of Great Fak 63 Responding to one of the most challenging schedules in Western history, Coach Keltz' Bulldogs mounted their traditional late-season drive to post a 13-13 campaign and share the Frontier Conference second slot with Rocky on identical 9-6 counts. Ruled by the play of seniors Mike Geer, Gary Hoverfield, and Brad Gardner, Western capped the year with a pair of playoff battles which rank as Frontier epics. In the opener, WMC overcame a 22-point first half deficit to stun favored Rocky, 87-86, in overtime. Montana Tech's regular-season champs, however, denied the Bulldogs' playoff title bid by scoring a dramatic 70-67 victory in the final seconds. Geer, the league's scoring leader with o 23.6 average, was selected to the All-Conference and All-NAIA District 12 teams while Hoverfield earned all-league laurels. Coach Keltz, completing his 17th year at the WMC helm, boosted his overall record to 257 victories agains 203 losses which includes a glittering 138-82 mark in conference contests. 116Bock Row: Trainer Kirby Kauk, Gary Haverfield, Dave Crosswhite, Kent Stokes, Eric Tutsch, Brad Gordner, Shane Patrick, Glenn Visser, Shane Flinders, Mark Cholich, Mike Geer, Brad Gleason, Mike Haines, John Larson, Cary Finberg, and Trainer Roy Strong. Kneeling: Assistant Coach Craig Finberg and Coach Cosey Keltz. 117 This Page Sponsored by Coast to CoastMen Repeat as Frontier Champs Western's men placed first in Frontier Conference track for the fifth consecutive year, while the women placed second. Western men won eight of sixteen events with 115 16 points. Mike Haines led Western's effort with 14 points. Gary Haverfield and Melvin Mikkola each scored 13. Haverfield won the 400 meter run with a 52.1 clocking. He was second in the 200 meter ond was a member of the Bulldogs' winning quartet in the 400 and mile relays. Other winners were Haines, second in the long and triple jumps, third in the high jump, and a member of the winning 400 and mile relay teams. Mikkola won the 10,000 meter race, placed second in the 5,000, and third in the 1,500. Steve Lang won the shotput and John Amestoy, the discus. WMC women scored 75 points trailing Rocky's 120. Leading the Lady Bulldogs was Laurie Larson, winning the javelin and shotput, and placing fifth in the discus. Margaret Rose also won a first with a 5'1" jump in the high jump. She was fourth in the 100 meter hurdles and a member of the third-place relay teom. Anito Cyr placed second in the 100 hurdles ond 200 meter run, fifth in the 100 meter run, and was a member of the relay team, for a total of 10 % points. 1. OK, Anita, it's time to put it into second. 2. Mike Geer in excellent high jump form. 3. Looking good, Cindy. 4, Now whot do I do? 1185. Torget, on her way to a high jump victory. 6. Mike Haines, on his way to third place in the high jump. 7. OK, Melvin, just a couple laps left. 8. Gary Haverfield, striving to another victory. 9. Laurie Larson shows good form in the discus throw. 10. Sherri Stark gives it her all in the shotput. 119Way Back When . .. . there were no sweats. ... there were only two football coaches. ... they dressed up for a yearbook picture. 120... the megaphones were as big as the cheerleaders. 121 ... bloomers and hair scarves were part of the uniform.Intramurals . . . 1. So, when is the darn thing going to come down? 2. Master George and his slave Kim. 3. New dance, Mike? 4. Giddyup, Eric. 5. We're having some fun now! 122W-M-C 6. Nice form, Ted. 7. That's right, we're bad! 8. Hey, is there room for me? 9. I want my mommy! 10. Come on, Quincy. It would be more exciting if you got involved with intramurals. 1231. Well, boys, if you hadn't fouled out, you might still be playing. 2. Deep concentration, huh, Peder? 3. Watch out, Reggie, here I come. 4. Look ma, no hands! 5. Don't worry, Patty, you might get to go in the second half. 6. Men's 3-on-3 champs! 124For the Fun of It! 125W M C Personalities At Their Best Up with Bulldog spirit. Brenda "Kiss My Grits” Borjas 126 IfASurvival of the fittest. Sorry, sir, no stamps. 127 Sure, Dick, Sure!!Western Faculty Keeps Campus On Valentines Doy, 1985, WMC faculty members joined students in honoring the special day by serving as hosts and hostesses in a special sit-down, family-style dinner in the Western Food Service cafeterio. Special entertainment was provided by the Cantabaliers and a good time was had by all. Pictured above: Top-Jeome Porker, Tommie McDonald, and Cindy Ellis. Bottom-Jennifer Burger and Marta Ferguson. Pictured at right is Mr. Henry Stish. 128 Pictured at left is Dr. John Garry. Pictured above: Top-Pom Reinmuth, Koryle Contway, Patty Davis, and Susie Arthur. Bottom-Mr. and Mrs. Dave and Becky Kendall.Alive With Spirit and Entertainment The WMC faculty and staff displayed their enthusiasm and talents on March 5 in a special "Variety Show" sponsored by the Performing Arts Department. Joan Clary, pictured at left, served as the Mae West Mistress of Ceremonies. Pictured directly below are the "Floozie Chorus" girls comprised of Susan Moore, Denise Peshek, Arlene Williams, Cheri Jimeno, Betty Hanson, and Jeannette Rector. Pictured at left are "Sixties Folk Singers" Denise Peshek and David Warner. Shown above are Scott Wildung, John Garry, David Warner, Roger Jensen, Mike Housel, Greg Sietsema, and Tim Moriarity. 129WMC Foundation Meets The Associates of the Western Montana College Foundation had their annual meeting and dinner on Friday, April 26. Striving to further the goal of Excellence in the Eighties, the Foundation supports scholarships, faculty and campus development, and annually brings a prominent American to deliver the commencement address and speak at the Associates dinner and the Senior-Parent Brunch. This year's speaker was Will Rogers, Jr. pictured below at a pre-dinner reception with students Karey Olson, Wendy Wool-sey, and Susan Iverson ot left and at right with ASWMC President Bob Crumley. Pictured at right is newly appointed president of Western, Dr. Douglas Treadway, with students Kent Depner and Bob Crumley. 130Senior-Parent Brunch Seniors Shelly Rewarts Wanty, Berta Francisco, and Roger Merritt enjoy the traditional senior-parent brunch with their families. 131Graduation Eighty-Five Western Montana College's 88th annual commencement was held Saturday, April 28, 1985 in the Straugh Gymnasium. Acting President Carroll Krause officiated at the ceremony with Dr. Dan Block acting as marshall. Featured speaker was Will Rogers, Jr. (pictured at right), former U.S. Congressman, foreign correspondent, and television commentator, who spoke on his father's contribution to American culture, particularly the American west. The Reverend Marvin Sieler gave the Invocation and Benediction and valedictorian Mary Puccinelli Rivers led the Pledge of Allegiance. Dr. Terrance Cypher, Academic Vice President and Dr. Rex Myers, Dean of Education and Continuing Education presented the 129 degrees, including twenty-five Masters of Education. Honored at the commencement as Distinguished Alumni were Carrie Wall, Portland, Ore. and Dorothy Floerchinger, Conrad. The class of 1935 celebrated its 50th anniversary. A distinguished guest was newly appointed President of Western Montana College, Dr. Douglas Treadway. 132133$35,850 Awarded at Spring Banquet 1. Recipients of Mary Baker Emerick Art Scholarships: Seated Penny Haynie, Susie Arthur, Diana Babcock, and Becky Kington. Standing - Frank Kujawa, Barry Lannon, Ted Smith, Todd Berget, Brenda Black, Adorn Clagett, Jan Martineau, and Lou Rae Myhre, 2. Mr. Dan Scott presents the Golden Hammer oward to Pot Doyle. 3. Mark Sorenson and Mary Puccinelli Rivers receive the Rush Jordan Cup and the Zella K. Flores Cup for academic excellence. 1344. Faculty Merit Award winners: Mr. Henry Stish, Mr. Jim Corr, Dr. Dan Block, Dr. David Beier, Dr. Keith Parker, and Mr. Dan Scott. 5. Heisey Foundation Scholarship winners Janet Gentry and Lorrie DeYott. 6. Janice Muller receives the Roy Evenson Chinook Gront presented by Mrs. Ethel Hawkins. 1351. Outgoing ASWMC Vice President Susan Iverson swears in President Bob Crumley and Vice President Jenny Butorovich. 2. New ASWMC Senators, Secretary, and Business Manager: AnnMarie Guidoni, Cindy Merlo, Carolyn Wilder, Melody Goodwin, Chris Fisk, Kent Wright, Mark Burns, and Scott Brown. 3. Dr. John Garry presents Marilyn Hale with the Business Education Award. 4. Winners of the Roy Evenson Alumni Leadership Awards: Anita Cyr, Cindy Bennett, and Shelly Rankin. 1365. Mr. Don Scott receives a special I.A. award from the I.A. Club presented by Oan Sullivan. 6. Cindy Rhoads receives the Ralph McFadden Music Cup presented by Dr. David Beier. 7. Dr. Terry Cypher presents Jade Stokke with the Howard Smith Memorial Scholarship. 8. Ken Swonger receives the William C. Bierrum Scholarship presented by Dr. Nyles Humphrey. 137NATIONAL NEWS William Schroeder, a member of the world's most exclusive club. Nation wide, a variety of historymaking events ranged from a landslide victory for President Reagan, to the challenge of forty select artists trying to bring the world together as one. Ronald Reagan's landslide victory over Walter Mondale was no real surprise to the American public. Reagan carried 49 states while Mondale carried only Minnesota and the District of Columbia. In a demonstration of a "will to live," an artificial heart was implanted into the body of William Schroeder. He would join a very exclusive club, being only the second recipient of an artificial heart. A poison gas leak in India killed 2,500 people and maimed up to 100,000 in the worst industrial accident in history. Baby Fae, born with a deformed heart, lived three weeks with her walnut-sized baboon heart. It was a dramatic attempt to prolong the life of a critically ill patient. We are the World, a song recorded by USA for Africa, a onetime group of forty famous artists, gave hope to famine struck people in Africa. Proceeds, registering in the millions of dollars, would be used in an attempt to save the millions of starving people in Africa. Forty of the nation's top artists try to help solve the world hunger problem. 138"Fellow citizens, our work is not finished ..." President Reagan "It was like breathing fire ... " Poison gas victims in India. 139 Pm• s With the start of a new school year, September brought hard feelings between faculty and administration. A number of controversial faculty changes took place. Alan Zetler and Lee Spuhler were bothjjj asked to resign which immediately aroused students and concerned community members. A petition was circulated throughout campus in an attempt to show higher officials that students were concerned about what was taking place. The Board of Regents was asked to appear in order to answer questions that many people wanted answered. Later on in the year, President Bob Thomas announced his resignation, aving one more position to fill. In April, Dr. Douglas dway was chosen to fill Dr. Thomas' vacancy. The Alumni Phonathon reached a record pledge total of $20,118. Sib Malee of Anaconda brought in $4,415 to lead all other volunteer workers in the amount of dollars pledged. A possible first-time occurrence, the annual Alumni Football Game was canceled, but the ever-popular social events still took place. 140Students question the Board of Regents about school problems. 141STATE BANK TRUST Glendale Idaho Dillon, Montana Norwest Bank Dillon, N.A. 20 North Montana Street Dillon, Montana 59725 Member FCNC iiiii mu NORWEST RANKS Hill 142143144HITCHIN' post ]2A N. 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Montana Dillon, Montana Index A Ackerman, Todd 64, 100 Albee, Tamara 27, 37, 88, 99, 126 Allen, Todd 37 Anders, Clay 22, 83 Anderson, John 48 Anderson, Matt 29, 48, 125 Ansley, Diane 48 Armstrong, Rhea 31, 48, 81, 82, 93, 99 Arriaga, Brett 112 Arthur, Susan 29, 64, 74, 75, 78, 79, 124, 128, 134 Ashcraft, Dave 48 Atchley, Stan 83, 99 B Baas, Lisa 62, 80, 103 Babcock, Dianna 64, 134 Bandelier, Ken 23 Barnes, Betty 18 Barnes, Tom 24 Barringer, Craig 123 Barth, Doug 64, 96 Beals, Valerie 29, 37, 101 Beck, Ron 57, 81, 82 Beier, David 23, 79, 135, 137 Bennett, Bob 24 Bennett, Cindy 15, 81, 84, 109, 118, 136 Bennett, Wilma 30, 48, 57 Berg, Nadine 48, 81, 99, 108 Berger, Jenny 114 Bergeson, Jean 33, 57 Berget, Todd 34, 82, 83, 101, 125, 134 Berndt, Mick 37 Berryman, Kathy 4 Bertram, Tracy 57 Bieler, Jean 4, 26, 48, 80, 103 Birisch, Kathy 15, 28, 45 Black, Brenda 29, 37, 89, 134 Blair, Dawn 31, 57, 81 Blair, Mike 28, 57 Blaskovich, Lisa 18 Block, Dan 8, 23, 133, 135 Bonner, Scott 99, 112, 125 Borchert, Shane 88, 100 Borjas, Brenda 24,126 Borjas, Dave 64 Bramlette, Nicole 29, 37, 82, 99 Brand, Sharon 29, 32, 64, 80, 81, 85, 95, 103 Breen, Tani 22, 114 Brienza, Barney 20, 89 Bright, Kirby 10, 11, 12, 62, 101, 112 Brown, Benny 24 Brown, Cheryl 48 Brown, Robbie 112 Brown, Scott 136 Bruce, Shelly 11, 13, 37, 81, 100, 106 Brunckhorst, Gerald 29, 31, 48 Brunckhorst, Ron 31 Brunett, Neil 12, 112 Burger, Jennifer 48, 84, 97, 128 Burgstrom, Julie 30, 64 Burns, Brad 57, 110 Burns, Mark 136 Busch, Frank 22 Butcher, Beth 2, 14, 29, 48, 95, 101, 114 Butorovich, Jenny 94, 136 Buus, Chuck 26, 57, 81, 86 c Caciari, Steve 38 Cannon,Janet 18 Carder, Shawn 49, 83, 98, 112 Carlson, Ted 123 Carter, Bobby 37 Carter, Lisa 28, 37, 101 Carter, Lori 49 Cearley, Patti 37 Cebulla, Darin 37, 99, 112, 124 Chalich, Mark 117 Chamberlain, Stan 112 Cheff, Pat 64, 88, 95, 96 Cherry, Kim 3 Chevallier, Donna 37, 101 Christensen, Don 112 Christian, Mike 49, 99 Clagett, Adam 29, 103, 134 Clary, Joan 21, 129 Coffing, Deann 49, 99 Cogdill, Brad 99 154Cole, Syrena 64 Duffy, John 99 Combs, Mary Lou 49 Duppong, Jamie 88, 109 Contway, Karyle 19, 128 Cooksey, Martin 24 Cool, Tim 38 Cooley, Bob 49, 99 Cooper, Britt 38 E Eamon, Duane 11,83, 100, 112, 113 Cooper, Chanelle 11, 102, 114, 115 Eatinger, Kathy 102, 114, 115 Copenhaver, Mark 86 Edden, Chris 38, 103 Corr, Ginny 34, 57, 81, 82, 84 Edington, Donna 38, 99 Corr, Jim 20, 91, 114, 135 Ehlers, Jim 70, 112 Coumerilh, Ed 112 Ehlers, Lisa 28, 38, 97, 100 Cracknell, Beth 49, 89 Eifert, Robin 30 Criss, Steve 99 Ellis, Cindy 81, 100, 106, 128 Crosby, Doug 11, 29, 89 Ehgrav, Tina 99 Cross, Caralee 64 Erickson, Casey 38, 112 Cross, Darrell 64 Erickson, Kolby 39 Crosswhite, Dave 117 Ericson, Val 103 Crumley, Bob 11, 64, 85, 94, 130, 136 Eva, Robert 39 Cummins, Rob 38, 99, 112 Evans, Bob 83 Custer, John 82, 112 Evans, Charlie 65 Cutler, Cindy 89 Evans, Kent 57 Cypher, Terrance 17, 22, 91, 137 Evans, Lana 29, 49, 82, 84, 86 Cyr, Anita 28, 38, 88, 99, 109, 118, 126, 136 Evans, Richard 83, 112, 113 D LL Daum, Brad 124 Farmer, Cindy 33, 102, 114 Daum, Patty 124 Ferguson, Jeff 97 Davis, Patty 78, 79, 99, 122 Ferguson, Marta 14, 49, 80, 84, 86, 88,99, 128 Dean, Brenda 65 Ferris, Tom 11 Dean, Deanna 30, 37 Fields, Frances 18 Dean, Deb 65 Finberg, Cary 100, 117 Dean, Regan 65 Finberg, Craig 117 Dean, Robin 65 Fisk, Chris 58, 136 DeBarber, John 29, 49 Fitzwilliams, Danna 50 Degel, John 49, 80 Fletcher, Richard 83, 99, 112 DeLong, Robin 64 Flinders, Chris 5, 58, 117 Demaray, Kevin 83 Forbes, Darla 4, 29, 50 Denny, Mary 30, 49, 81, 97 Fox, Chris 65 Depner, Kent 57, 85, 88, 95, 103, 130 Fraley, Doug 83, 98, 112 DeRango, Julie 38, 103, 125 Francis, Scott 34, 65, 81, 95 Derrickson, Scott 112 Francisco, Berta 88, 131 De Tonancour, Don 112 Francisco, Steve 101 DeYott, Lome, 57, 81, 135 Francom, Neil 101 Dippold, Leslie 3 Frank, Sharon 24 Dougherty, Lloyd 24 Fredrickson, Jay 39, 83, 112 Doyle, Pat 83, 134 French, Kip 29, 50, 82, 101 Doyle, Sandy 84, 86 French, Steve 89 Dreyer, Tania 18, 38, 101 Friel, Pat 50 155Fuller, Mike 83, 99, 112 Furniss, Jerry 20 G Gagnon, Julie 11, 50 Gaines, Howard 30, 66 Galahan, Kessie 28, 39, 97, 109 Gallagher, Bill 83, 100, 112 Gambill, Tom 21, 76 Gardner, Brad 103, 117 Garry, John 20, 128, 129, 136 Geer, Mike 96, 117, 118 Gentry, Janet 30, 82, 84, 135 Gibbons, Sam 112 Gilroy, Elk Raven 39 Giulio, Sherri 40, 101 Gleason, Brad 29, 31, 50, 101, 117 Gleason, Shawn 29, 31, 111 Goodwin, Melody 12, 28, 39, 106, 124, 136 Gordon, Joan 21 Gosnell, Keith 21 Grant, Melody 66 Graves, AnnMarie 58, 88, 102 Grayson, Susan 29, 66, 89 Greany, Lisa 12, 29, 62, 100 Green, Barb 15, 29, 58, 99, 114, 125 Greydanus, John 39, 103 Grose, Gary 82 Gruber, Jeff 39, 101, 112 Guay, Bill 100 Guelff, Craig 98, 112 Guidoni, AnnMarie 58, 100, 136 H Hagan, Pat 58, 89 Haines, Mike 97, 117, 119 Hale, Marilyn 31, 66, 136 Hammond, John 20 Hamper, Todd 70, 83, 99 Hampton, Lisa 50 Hanlon, Angela 58 Hanson, Betty 18, 129 Hardy, Jim 40 Harper, Tim 96 Harrington, Lynn 40 Harrington, Mark 82 Harris, Mike 101, 112 Hart, Sheila 40 Haugen, Addie 11, 31, 66, 74, 75, 76, 77, 84 Hausman, Michael 28 Haverfield, Gary 35, 88, 95, 100, 117, 119 Hawe, Patti 50 Hawkins, Ethel 4, 21, 135 Hayes, Carmaine 34 Hayes, Kelly 83 Haynie, Penny 58, 134 Heaney, Pat 101 Heble, Francis 112 Hegstad, Jamie 40, 106, 114, 115 Heine, Mary 40 Hemesath, Jim 20 Hemesath, Myrna 20 Henke, Karen 15, 31, 81, 82, 100 Herrly, Diana 29, 40, 99 Hickethier, Larry 18, 82 Hilton, Jerry 22 Hinton, Tami 40 Hobbs, Deana 15, 40, 99 Hoffman, Scott 66, 95 Holder, Brent 58, 100 Holland, Janet 50, 103 Holmes, Kerrie 7, 58 Holmes, Shawn 112 Housel, Mike 29, 50, 74, 75, 78, 79, 129 Howard, Arietta 18 Howery, Steve 58, 85 Humphrey, Nyles 23, 137 Hutchinson, Darlene 40, 97 Idler, Terry 112, 122, 125 Ita, John 82, 95 Iverson, Susan 4, 30, 32, 66, 70, 76, 77, 80, 85, 95, 100, 130, 136 Ivie, Pam 58, 100 j Jacobsen, Michele 15, 40, 99 Jared, Greg 112 Jarvis, Bill 29, 40, 99 Jenkins, Shelly 4, 66, 86, 103 Jensen, Roger 50, 79, 82, 129 Jerome, Leah 11 Jimeno, Cheri 129 156Johnson, Deb 18, 62, 111, 112 Lemelin, Lynn 41, 103, 106 Johnson, Rich 26 Lewis, Jamie 10, 11, 12, 31, 41, 99 Johnson, Ron 112 Link, Larry 18 Johnson, Sheryl 50, 88, 126 Link, Tomm 13, 29, 74, 75 Jones, Kent 83 Litvin, Sharia 102, 114, 115, 126 Jones, Rob 112 Lohman, Kathy 88, 126 Jones, Susan 21 Jones, Weston 100, 112 Juntopas, Muanpong 102 K Longhurst, Ethel 23 Longhurst, Lyle 32, 69, 86 Lorengo, Louis 24 Lots, George 23 Lott, Holly 66 Lott, J.R. 112 Love, Cathi 19 Kastelitz, Rich 51, 124 Love, John 112, 113 Kauk, Kirby 88, 112, 117 Loveland, Dawn 31, 41, 103, 125 Kaylor, Ron 81 Lower, Bert 51, 122 Kelly, Mike 41 Lubke, Jim 59, 98 Keltz, Casey 117 Lucero, Linda 21 Kendall, Becky 23, 128 Lytle, Gina 74, 75, 76, 77 Kendall, Dave 23, 88, 128 Kennedy, Dine 20 Kern, John 22 Kerr, Traci 41, 99 M Killam, Laura 4, 41 MacDonald, Becky 51, 126 King, James 41 MacDonald, Kyle 51, 126 Kington, Becky 29, 41, 134 Macpherson, Jim 24 Kinney, Deb 11, 29, 51, 62, 110 Maddox, Brad 51, 99 Kissell, Marki 41, 106 Maddox, Brett 41, 99 Kjerstad, Kelly 109 Maki, Mitch 67, 112, 113 Kjerstad, Peder 124 Malee, Sib 4, 11, 13, 27, 29, 51,80, 82, 98, 141 Koby, Clarise 24 Malkovich, Mark 42 Konen, Gary 2 Malone, Molly 11, 102, 114 Kramer, Barbara 51 Mandeville, Dick 19, 82, 86, 127 Krause, Carroll 133 L Mann, Steve (Herbie) 15, 95, 101 Marchesseault, Corinne 30, 42, 82, 99 Marinkovich, George 122 Markovich, Lori 109 Martineau, Jan 29, 42, 82, 99, 134 LaBaugh, Shawn 83 Martinson, Jeff 100 Lahren, Sylvester 21 Matteson, Steve 51 Lane, Eileen 29, 59, 86, 127 Matthews, Marilyn 42, 99 Lang, Chris 41, 112 May, Donna 51, 84, 88, 100 Lang, Steve 83, 100, 112, 113, 123 McClain, Brian 99 Lannon, Barry 134 McClure, John 67 Lansing, Vickie 17 McCracken, Roxanne 52, 100 Larson, John 100, 117 McCready, Susan 42, 76, 77, 114 Larson, Laurie 59, 109, 119 McDonald, Tammie 11, 42, 81, 100, 128 Lazzari, Kimberly 66 McFall, Susan 52 Leary, Mick 31, 100 McGee, Sheila 59 Leavitt, Glen 18, 90 McKee, Ron 22, 83 Leith, Lawrence 21 McKeever, Kelly 112 157McLaren, Tom 33, 67 McPherson, Tyler 112 McRae, Clint 97 Mehring, Chris 52, 99 Meier, Dave 80 Novack, Dan 67, 101 0 Meier, Robin 80 O'Brien, Keith 43, 112 Meihack, Scott 112 O'Brien, Kevin 103 Meissner, Scott 42 O'Brien, Mary 60 Melby, Guy 10, 15, 30, 83, 100, 112, 113 O'Connor, Bill 20 Mentzel, Jerry 42, 112 O'Connor, Margie 10, 11, 15, 28, 59, 60, 86, Merlo, Cindy 43, 79, 99, 136 127 Merritt, Roger 131 Odegard, Phil 67, 83 Mikkola, Melvin 119 O'Harra, Mike 112, 113, 122 Miller, Gail 52, 74, 75, 76, 77, 79, 97 Okleasik, Sara 52, 109 Miller, Paullette 59 Olaveson, Alan 117 Miller, Tammy 67, 82 Oldham, Diana 109 Miller, Verona 29, 43, 101, 106 Olson, Deven 43, 98 Mogren, Brian 28, 29, 43 Olson, David 20 Molek, Jim 52 Olson, Karey 52, 130 Monahan, Kristy 52, 123 Moore, Brent 67 Moore, Kevin 67 Moore, Patti 4 Moore, Susan 20, 129 Osterman, Dennis 43 p Moran, Charlotte 59, 81, 99 Pansze, Pat 89 Moreni, Frank 13, 52 Parke, Cara 133 Morgan, Bryon 29, 52 Parke, Peter 133 Moriarity, Tim 76, 85, 96, 129 Parker, Jeanie 12, 13, 52, 81,84, 100, 106, 128 Morstein, Joe 82 Parker, Keith 23, 85, 135 Mulcahy, Shelly 101 Parrett, Sandra 43, 102 Muller, Janice 52, 80, 84, 97, 124, 135 Parsons, Billie Jo 53 Murphy, Rory 43 Patrick, Shane 67, 96, 116, 117 Murto, David 99 Pavone, Nick 89 Mussmann, Marlin 101, 112, 124 Pearce, Bob 83 Myers, Betty 18 Peshek, Denise 20, 129 Myers, Rex 21, 80 Peterson, Holly Ann 43 Myhre, LouRae 34, 59, 89, 134 Peterson, Lisa 44 Myhre, Wesley 43, 75 Petrilli, Tony 60, 112 Myrhow, Mike 20 N Petrovich, Connie 80, 81, 103 Petty, Quincy 11,28, 44, 81, 100, 106, 123, 124 Phillips, John 24 Phillips, Sean 53 Pittman, Tami 4, 60, 110 Nate, Susan 4, 43, 88, 109, 126 Plutt, Ernie 53, 85, 124, 127 Nave, Teresa 79 Plutt, Kathy 60 Nelson, George 19, 92 Pochervina, Mike 60 Newell, Ed 43, 83, 112 Powell, Christie 44 Nightengale, Dudley 83 Powell, Robbie 60, 81 Noble, Diana 4, 15, 27, 59, 80, 95, 99, 110 Nordahl, Kent 29, 110 Nordahl, Rick 62 Price, Lisa 53, 84, 92, 100 158R Rankin, Shelly 60, 86, 136 Rathie, Rich 99 Ratkovich, Tom 53 Rattey, DeeDee 44, 101 Raykowski, Laura 67 Rector, Jeanette 18, 129 Reinmuth, Pam 44, 78, 128 Reynard, Greg 112, 113 Reynolds, Rooster 2, 29, 67, 110 Rhoads, Cindy 4, 68, 78, 137 Rice, Suzanne 44, 99 Richard, Jerry 30, 68, 81, 83, 88, 91, 96 Riley, Kate 69, 95, 109 Risher, John 14, 26, 27, 86, 101, 125 Roberts, Jeff 53, 83, 98, 112 Roberts, Shaun 44, 82, 83, 101, 112 Robinson, Rob 28 Roehl, Roy 44 Rogers, Kammy 4, 53, 79 Rose, Margaret 88, 99, 114, 114, 119 Ross, Charlene 11, 53 Ross, Greg 68, 86 Rouse, Donna 17 Rowland, Jan 44, 101 Ruzicka, John 112 Ryan, Jane 4, 132 Ryan, Kip 132 s St. Clair, Linda 61, 76, 80, 92 St. Pierre, Voyd 98 Sain, John 54, 99, 112 Salmela, Ray 97 Saunders, Sabrina 54 Samson, Kelly 7, 60 Sather, Deb 4, 29, 53, 54, 103, 109, 118 Schall, Stewart 110, 111 Schapiro, Tim 66, 101 Scheckter, John 21 Schlader, Marty 112 Schladweiler 30, 61, 81, 88, 95, 97, 114 Schmidt, Sandi 23, 30, 44, 100 Schmidt, Terri 68, 102 Schonsberg, Carla 101 Schrecengost, Joe 112 Schuler, Jim 83 Schwandt, Russ 44 Scott, Dan 8, 22, 83, 90, 135, 137 Scott, Jeff 96, 112 Scott, Kristi 28, 44, 122 Sedivy, Donna 45, 101 Seymour, Dorothy 18 Sheppard, Sam 54, 97 Sheriff, Bonnie 23 Shipley, Karen 54 Shirley, Paul 45, 112 Schreffler, Shawn 112 Sietsema, Greg 78, 79, 129 Silk, Diane 61 Simonsen, Elaine 54 Simonsen, Valerie 45 Skelton, Jeff 82 Smith, Barry 80, 83 Smith, David 45, 99 Smith, Deb 10, 29, 79, 89 Smith, Geoff 68, 81 Smith, Jonel 33, 68, 109, 133 Smith, Kevin 45, 112 Smith, Kevin D. 112 Smith, Michael 101 Smith, Scott 78, 97, 124 Smith, Sherri 3, 11, 54, 79, 97 Smith, Stan 24 Smith, Ted 45, 101, 134 Smith, Tony 11, 68, 133 Snavely, Eloise 21 Snipes, Shelly 10, 11 Snipes, Terry 11 Solf, Barb 54, 84, 86, 88, 93, 100 Sorenson, Mark 4, 35, 68, 82, 132, 134 Spackman, Kim 68, 85 Sperber, Tim 86, 101, 112, 113 Stanger, Scott 28 Stapleton, Todd 45, 112 Stark, Sherri 28, 103, 119 Starkey, Claudia 35, 68, 81, 97 Stender, Kali 55 Steele, Paula 45, 97 Stepan, Alora 68, 81, 97, 133 Stetzner, Paul 95, 97 Stewart, Bernadette 29, 31 Stish, Henry 128, 135 Stokes, Kent 101, 117, 124 Stokke, Jade 81, 137 Stromberg, John 14, 101 Strong, Roy 88, 117 Stubbs-Petrilli, Julie 55, 74, 75, 79 159Sullivan, Dan 137 Ware, Darlene 29, 55, 79, 89 Sullivan, Deanna 28, 45 Warner, Dave 23, 76, 77, 78, 79, 129 Sullivan, John 45 Weatherston, Bob 61, 76, 83 Sullivan, Patricia 55 Webb, Scott 101, 112, 124 Sullivan, Tom 83 Webster, Bill 69 Sumpter, Julie 29, 31, 45, 103 Webster, Don 55, 112 Swanger, Ken 61,81, 112, 113, 137 Webster, James 46 Swift, Deanna 31, 55, 103, 114 Wegner, Dave 26, 98 Sword, Shannon 61 Weigand, Christi 28, 46, 101 Synness, DeeDee 4, 55 T West, Ristine 81, 100, 106 Wetherbee, Mike 61, 99, 122 Wheekly, Joe 24 White, Tina 46 White, Trisa 70 Taylor, Doug 55, 112 Whited, Randy 14, 55, 101, 125 Ternes, Dave 100, 112, 113 Whitmore, Rich 112 Thomas, Robert 9, 17 Wigert, Howard 99 Thompson, Bret 61 Wiggins, Randy 69 Thompson, Dean 46, 86 Wilder, Carolyn 4, 11, 55, 82, 84, 86, 100, 136 Thompson, Dianne 102 Wildung, Scott 78, 79, 129 Thompson, Jo 20 Wilke, Mary Ann 61 Thompson, Otis 22 Willett, Mitch 103 Thompson, Virginia 29, 46, 101 Willhite, Roger 112 Throckmorton, Karen 18 Williams, Arlene 18, 21, 129 Tracy, Kim 122 Williams, James 100, 126 Trowbridge, Keith 24 Williams, Loyd 69, 132 Tutsch, Eric 101, 117 Williams, Matt 6 Tyler, Cindy 46, 125 Witte, Charles 28, 83, 112 Tysel, Joe 61, 82, 85, 97, 112 V Wittmier, Matt 83 Woody, Kim 31, 69 Woody, Leela 69 Wooley, Kevin 28 Woolsey, Wendy 46, 101, 130 Van Houten, Craig 18, 82 Wormington, Frank 97, 112, 113 Vanek, Dan 112 Wright, Debra 61, 81 Visser, Glenn 69, 96, 117 Von Bergen, Lisa 103 Wright, Kent 61, 136 w Waber, Ken 83, 95, 99, 112 Wagner, Penny 28, 46, 82, 97 Walker, Sherry 61, 82 Wallace, Dona 23 Y ! 1 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University of Montana Western - Chinook Yearbook (Dillon, MT) online yearbook collection, 1986 Edition, Page 1


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University of Montana Western - Chinook Yearbook (Dillon, MT) online yearbook collection, 1988 Edition, Page 1


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