University of Great Falls - Caritas Yearbook (Great Falls, MT)

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.1-1 COLLEGE OF GREAT FALLS 1959 C A R I T A TABLE GF CONTENTS 2 DEDICATION 3 S FOREWORD 4 2 ADMINISTRATION 5 S GOVERNMENT AND HONORS 17 E, S CLASSES za 4 CIASSECCNI ACTIVITIES 44 CLUBS Sa 5 CAMPUS LIFE 75 5 SPONSORS as FACULTY AND STUDENT'S INDEX 86 15 in 1 Xrgxfnf Pi ,f,??w'i 'rx 17 , ' ,I ,,f',,f ,fr 1, 1 ' 1 if To 4 li ! " .c--- W- ,jf- f ,, ,-. K A - W- ' 1 . X! A X 1 5 E 4 , n if A 1 . 'ED l - ,ALT ""'i5- ---ffi , , 'r . 'X A H NAA St f X 4 ff N 7 , ff, ,' WNW be -.:i"'1 I 7 I vl 'D l .4 1 Y' tl l 'Y fu A1 'W if if ' ,,,gdM:-I-4"W X. .nfl 7,1 ' f 1 N G .1 f 1 . B-1 f ff 1 ill ser DEDICATION To you, Alaska and Hawaii, our new sister states, We dedicate the l959 issue of Caritas. We bid you Welcome to our great family of sovereign comrnonwealths. Share with us your young strength, your lofty ideals, your beckoning dreams. ln return We offer you the fruits of our long experience in the Ways of statehood. We offer you as great a part as you Wish to take in the forging of the destiny of our beloved common country. Side by side, under the beneficent light of the fifty stars of Old Glory, We will stand, you and We, to defend, - to strengthen, to cherish forever, I OUR OWN UNITED STATES. Ag-Q1 g-g..f.f E M' so Z f,-riff! if X N , Q iif lz - If x X T T ,W i ' , ,X VX l,un:g,f ,,- - -is " 51.- Q , ' R f f w X ,, "T, Q V , if J' I? FoREwoRD , X fb If 3' ti 0 AN " Al , , t K r t i W , ,y fl! 1 ' 1-mv, ,4 arm N: Iv 7,5 N 1. ulqqlml ':'- M Q Miijhx X In IV JJ it ,' 9 t l , . I M615 i t s tt, 4 i 4 f N 1 itat" , ylxf wfwg ,A .1 l X I g X I A I ywsv "1 Nfhgplf 3 ,K f t 5' ff 3 J' pq L W X , I , SJ -T,, 5 ' I I If I . Milk ,,,,i.L ,h ,f I W' -2 2' fi if-:PZ-A 'Q7 .. , ' 't 'l E i Y TV ,fl H 1 ." ' :ll i 9 ' Q P I To those Who follow in our footsteps, We, the staff, in our yearbook, "Caritas," present in pictures and in Words our experiences as students at the College of Great Falls. To us, When We shall have long since passed the portals of our Alma Mater, this book Will remain a souvenir and a symbol. lt will be a souvenir of our college days in a democratic school in a democratic society. It will be a symbol of the responsibility We must assume as educated American citizens, obligated to defend and promote the ideals of our democratic Way of lite. 47 ADMINISTRATION WIFI ll ll'Il lfll Ill lfll lil U 'UWM Walk in wisdom as reqards Outsiders making the most of your time. Let your speech, while always attractive be reasoned with salt, that you may know how you ought to answer each one." HIS EXCELLENC Y THE MOST RE VEREND WIZLIAMI CONDON DD Bzlrbop of Great Falk, Montana Honorary Pre.rza'ent of the College of Great Fallf . , . . E H Y , :Z , 1 ' YT: A U 5 Y , YH M ,Y5 HHN! HH H V N M Y. H H" M ,ll ll H U' A MESSAGE FROM OUR BISHOP With the Erection of its New Buildings The College of Grectt Fcrlls ls Entering Upon g Promising Period Ot Future Development. May God Bless its Student Body, lts Pctculty and Patrons, All of Whom Will Contribute to Motke This Progress Possible. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE This issue of CARITAS is dedicated to theme, Patriotism. The subject is quite timely in view of America's position of responsibility in the world of free men, our country's right to protect our hard-won freedoms and the encouragement, both moral and material, we are offering oppressed peoples to free themselves from tyranny, suffering and unjust rule. PATRIOTISM is a Well regulated love of the country of one's birth or adoption. It is deeply etched'in the human heart. It has been and will continue to be the well-spring of heroic deeds in both peace and war and must always be ranked high in the roster of the most noble moral virtues. Simple, beautiful and con- science-touching is the poetic interrrogation of Sir Walter Scott, the romantic lawyer-poet of Scottish lowlands, lakes and highlands on love of country in THE LAY OF THE LAST MINSTREL. "Breathes there a man with soul so dead Who never to himself hath said This is my own, my native land?" In the hierarchy of virtue, love of country comes next to love of God. Both loves are natural to man. As associated virtues they give dignity, inspiration and balance to the citizen, and order to human society. Unless patriotism is permeated with love of God and love of neighbor for God's sake, it can very easiy degenerate and deteriorate and become iingo nationalism with its slogan -a false one- "My country, right or wrong." Though the duties of the patriot in wars to repel unjust aggression seem to be self evident. The fullfillment of patriotic duties in time of peace is no less im- portant to the welfare of the commonwealth. ln this respect I am very much impressed with the ideal of citzenship set forth by Bishop Spaulding: "To make righteousness prevail, to make justice reign: to spread beauty, gentleness, wisdom, and peace: to widen opportunity, to increase good will, to move in the light of higher thoughts and larger hopes, to encourage science and art, to foster industry and thrift, education and culture, rever- ence and obedience, purity and love, honesty, sobriety, and the disinterested devotion to the common good - this is the patriot's aim. this is his ideal." And this too is the ideal that l recommend to faculty, students and alumni of the College of Great Falls in this year of Our Lord, nineteen hundred and fifty-nine, this year of decision, this year of Statehood for Alaska and Hawaii, as we pledge allegiance to this nation under God - fifty states United in true brotherhood under the fatherhood of Almighty God. Me He deign to preserve us and all the peoples of the world in peace and harmony. Right Reverend Monsignor Iames I. Donovan President, College of Great Falls TI-IE RIGI-IT REVEREND MCNSIGNCR IAIVIES I. DCNCVAN 1-., A, -1,, ,B- :..' 1.. .W I1 X ' ' mf',lQ'l wi .qx I . ' ' - ...J IK +- I pal" PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE OE GREAT FALLS Mount Saint Ioseph College, Roscrea, County Tipperary, Eire: St. Patrick's College, Thurles, County Tipperary, Eire: National University of Ireland, Matriculationp M.A. St. Thomas Seminary, Denver, Colorado, I.C.B.p I.C.L.p I.C.D.p Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. 20'-ff4!b':U+4cfzf-'Z'-'ZGHP' Sxster Rose Irma V1ce Pres1dent Pro Sxster Helen Paula Regxstrar Instructor fessor of Romance Lanquaqes BA 1n Commercxal Educanon BA College CF91QThf01'1 UIHVSTSIW MA Unrversny of Great Falls Req MA Seattle Um of Washrngton Graduate Study t Marquette Uruverslty and Cathohc Un1vers1ty of Amerlca versuy Gonzaga Unlversxty 38,55 5-1- Sxster Agnes Kathleen Dean Enghsh BA Gonzaga Umverslty Spokane Washrnqton MA Unwersny of Mon tana PHD Cathohc UHIVGISHY of Amenca Washmgton DC Sister Mary Vlvlan Treasurer ASSOC1 ate Professor of Mathernatlcs BA Crerghton Umversrty MA Umverslty of Montana Sxster Maureen Lrbrarman BA Holy Names College Spokane BA rn L1 brary Science Unrversxty of Portland Gonzaga UHlVGfS1lY Urnversxty of Ore gon College of Great Falls Alumru Assocxatxon N 1 I I ' 1 , , - -1 . . ., I - -1 , . . ., - 7 Q I . I .rf ,X 4. , i ,. 4- 1 .X 145- I 11' -Q. ' I 1 I 1 - -1 I 1 I - -1 ' 7 A -1 I , . . I I '- , . ., I I - -4 1 1 - -1 1 I - -1 ' I I . . . . Sister Mary Trinitas, Associate Protes- sor of Arty BA., College of Great Falls: M.F.A., Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.p Art Institute, Chica- go, Illinois: University of Oregon: Uni- versity of Washington. '-4HF'CI.'OlJP"'I1 5-I Sister Vincent, Assistant Librarian B.A., College of Great Fallsy University of Montanag Gonzaga University: Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois. .xi Sister Mary Magdalen, Director, De- partment of Nursing, Sacred Heart School of Nursing: B.S., Seattle Uni- versity, Seattle, Washington: M.S., Catholic University of America, Wash- ington D.C. . U 'f r ttf t w lllllll Y gakmlf n THE ANACONDA COMPANY Sister Providencia. Assistant Professor of Sociologyg B.A., College of Great Falls: M.A., Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.p Gonzaga University, Spokane, Washington. tlll I . Right Rev. Msgr. Mathew McHugh. As- sistant Professor of Psychology, St. Peter's College, Wexford, Ireland: St. Iohn's University, Collegeville, Minne- sota: M.A., Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. Sister Magdalen of Providence. R.N., St. Patrick School of Nursing, Missoulay B.S. University of Washington: M.S., Catholic University of America: Gradu- ate study also at Gonzaga University, Seattle Universityg St. Louis University. 1121 '-filet-'CIO!Je"f1 5 X X f rg, N e ff'2i,A XXX W -I: LN., ,,yy g , i snare fftf COLUMBUS HOSPITAL V Sister Rose Angela. Assistant Profes- sor of Education: B.A., Gonzaga Uni- versity, Spokane, Washington, MA., Creighton University Omaha, Nebraska. Sister Mary Carmel, Assistant Professor of English: B.A., College of Great Falls, M.A., Gonzaga University, Spokane, Washington. John DeGrcmpre D1rector oi Extensxon Department Lecturer m Hxstory BA Coe College Graduate Study at the Universny of Chlcaqo :QS- '4'Hl"CIQIP"'I'J 1 Q ge. f jjj 10 Frances W DeRocco Assoc1a1e Profes sor of Chernxstry BS Manhattan Col lege New York MS St Louls Uni versxty Ward F Iunkermier Asswtunt Professor Merrill Moran Busmess Admmistratmon of Busmess Admxnxstrahon BA Um BA College of Greqf Falls versxty of Washmgton MB A Harvard Umverszty DeMIER STUDIO 113 t V gm : Z V I ii, . D Li 7 Miss Eleanor M. Dougherty. Associate Professor of Political Science and Ameri- can History. B.S.7 University of Min- nesota: MJ-L, Columbia Universityg Beg Ph.D., University of Minnesota. Mrs. Mary Troy. Lecturer in History, B.A.7 College of Great Falls. 1141 '-4'-lV'CIQID"'l'J 5- I If I M , Eff' iv, .0 '... 33 uma Kathie FLOYD PAPPIN AND SON Mrs. Dorothy F. Nielsen, Assistant Pro- fessor of French, Spanish, English. B.A.y University of Wisconsin, M.A., Univer- sity of Colorado, Laval University, Que- bec, Canada: Institut do Touraine, Tours, France. Charles 0'Connor, Liceniiate, Philosophy, Economics, B.A.7 Gonzaga University: M.A., Gonzaga University. '-4'-il!T'CIODP"'I'J Milton Iverson Instructor m Music BA Iohn Whooley Instructor 1n Education College of Great Falls Speech Rel1g1on BA St Edwards Seminary Seattle Washmgton Gradu ate Stud1es at Cathohc Untverslty of w-Q 1 M5 III Edward Perasslnl Instructor tn Physics Roy Teddy Ass1stant Professor of So and Mathemahcs BS College of Great cxology Englzsh BA , College of Great Falls Reg MS Universtty of Montana Falls MA Gonzaga Untversxty Spo kane Washzngton GREAT FALLS AUTO DEALERS' ASSOCIATION t l ll: A ' 'Q , .I if - W4 3 is Y all-I 1 ' , gi.:,,:'- , , Americap' M.A., Portland University. fy f 'Av t fill, f'et ,ff no M' Hlllllf us: I Catherine Nutterville Assistant Profes sor of Educahon BA Unzversrty of Montana MA Umversxty of Montana EdD Teachers College Columbla Un1 versmty EL Ioseph Luclrman Bxology BA Univer stty of Montana Certif1c1ate in Physlcal Therapy Colorado Medical School Denver 116 "4'4P'CIQIJP"'I1 1 I J-a ff l Y Lt, la 5 gm Ill BUTTREY FOODS INC CNOT PICTUREDI Michael Traxnelli Lecturer rn Mathe matics BS College of Great Falls INOT PICTUREDI Vernon Stone Lecturer xn Engxneermq BA University of MISSOUYI BCE Umversny of Iowa University of Cole- rado 1 0 Q , df Eff' ff? a A W 4' Zz Y . Wi r in Q -RT? --..M jig!! ft num , VV: llvll , x X V I 19 ll iz if' W dhio State University: ParlElColleae: I GOVERNMENT AND HONORS '---i.,.,.,,- ,IF "Render to all men what is their due, tribute to Whom tribute is due, taxes to Whom taxes ore due, fecrr to Whom fecrr is due, and honor to whom honor is due. 117 THREE MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY ARE LISTED IN THE FIRST EDITION OF WHO'S WHO OF AMERICAN WOMEN te ,ge Si EE af Sister Providencla was cited for her social work among the Indians. S. X S Dr. Catherine Nutterville was distinguished for her work education, in guidance and in her work for the handicapped child. Q . . 5: . - It W,-if . 4 I , , N 'aa q off 1- - 1' , . X Sf. x F frugal I , b , ' ' f fgf fiesta t A. v. I Q. A -M -I N " I N ,jffd " ji- -1, ' , ,, ..., l,,A .uh :T Q , x I? ,fl A , E X A A 11'5'fX' 'Lf .v il I,.,eg,g,1 x, -.L Af- , I . I ' -1 - . . 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WI-lO'S WI-IO Prctured 1n the front row Cleft to nghtl Mary Alyce Petersmxth lane Horras Darlene Wadsworth Ehzabeth Kolsk1 Back row Bob Corontzos Steve Porch Joe Darcy Ioe Stevens and Rzchard Konesky P1ctured above are the 1958 selectees for the natlonal Who s Who Among Students 1n Amencan Un1vers1t1es and Colleges These young men and Women ment d1st1ngu1shecl recogmtlon for thelr loyalty mtegnty cooperahon scholarsh1p and SGIVICG 1I1 college act1v1t1es The students and faculty select the w1n ners of thls honor GREAT FALLS CLEARING HOUSE 119 5 1 I 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 ll I 1 1 1 1 1 ll 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 . - 1 KAPPA LAMBDA gi 201 PATRICIA ANN CINKER B.A, Elementary Educahon DEAN L SMITH BA English Literature Graduahon 1n Iune 1958 had a deep meanlnq for these two outstandmg seruors who were presented the key of Kappa P1 Lambda The award 1S QIVSH 1n recoqmtlon of the1r scholashc leaderslup coupled wlth 1nteqr1ty and SGI'V1C9 to the college GREAT FALLS GAS COMPANY SSA AWARD in 3 Xxgittf RN i f 1 1 my it CAM RONALD R. STEFFANL Recipient of the 1958 Science Students Association Award. This award is presented annually to the top Science and Mathematics senior in the College. Mr. Stettani received his B.S. in Chemistry, and is now teaching in High School. HEISEY MEMORIAL CATHOLIC YOUTH CENTER 121 STUDENT CGUNCIL 223 .l 3-my , 12' Qi R I ll We 2,1 , 3 little Ioe Stevens. Denny Chase. President Freshman Rich Konesky. Iody Iohnson Vice Pfe5id9nl Ccxroleen Mares. Iune Horras. Ski Club SQCTETU1' Y Darlene Wadsworth. Connie King, Tri'C Treasurer Steve Porch. Bob Lamberson. APO Seniors Sandra Strosnider, Dean Wester International Relations Ioan Drazich, Helen Schalf. Juniors SEA. Barbara Koesler Ron Osterman, Dee Lonq. SSA Sophomores Sister Agnes Kathleen Larry Roberts Sponsors MEDICAL ARTS PHARMACY Roy Teddy -13 'eh- f"'NN --X f r' THESE MEN BEQUEATHED TO US A PRECIOUS HERITAGE Q N625 LET Us PREPARE OURSELVES TO GUARD IT WELL. C23 24 Carol Cacchio MAIOR: Elementary Education Patnck Ioseph Stevens MAIOR Chemmstry Student Councll 1 Class Presldent 2 Class Vice Presxdent 3 Stu dent Body Pres1dent4 Sc1ence Club 2 3 4 Vzce Pres1dent3 Alpha Ph1Omeqa 1 2 Secre tary 2 Chaxrman of Blood Drawmq 3 Semor Ball 4 Wmter Formal 4 Who s Who 4 CNCCS Delegate 4 SENIORS Robert Lawrence Lamberson MAIOR Musxc Chorall 2 3 4 Mens Ouartette l 2 3 Nurses Chou Duector 2 Sc1 ence Club 1 2 Iumor Prom 3 Skl Club 1 2 Bowlmq Club 1 Nancy Ann Monariy MAIOR Accountmq Chorall Bwl1nql3 4 Tr1C14 Student Counc1l l Annual Staff 3 Iumor Prom Attendant 3 Iunxor Prom Dance Chalr man 3 Semor Class Secretary Treasurer 4 Sk: Club 3 4 Skm Club Secretary Treasurer 4 Student Councll ACl1V1l19S Chalrman 4 Senlor Ball Gen eral Chaxrman 4 March Gras Queen Candrdate 4 Ioseph Darcy MAJOR: Mathematics7 Science Student's Assn. Z, 3, 47 Ski Club 3, 47 Bowling Club 2, 3, 47 Class President 47 Iunior Prom Parade Chairman 37 Senior Ball 47 Red Cross Chair- man 47 Who's Who 47 CNCCS Convention 4. Patricia I. Muir MAIOR' English- Night School 1 2 3 Annual Staif 4 Editor 4 International Relations 4 SENIORS Donald Peterson Barbara Koesler MAIOR Medical Technology TriC 1 Science Club 1 2 3 4 Ski Club 2 3 Student Council 3 McGREGOR CLINIC 25 26 Elizabeth M. Gibbs MAIOR: Education: SEA 2, 4: International Relations Club 4. Iohn McCormack MAJOR Chermstry Annua14 SENIORS Robert Corontzos MAIOR Busmess Adm1n1stra hon and SOCIQI Sc1ence Mon tcma State College Exponent Staff 1 Annual Staff 2 3 Edx lor 3 College Development Program 3 Who s Who 4 Wxlhcxml ONexl MAJOR Busmess Aclmmlstra hon Student Councll 1 MONTANA POWER COMPANY sf-2' 9 0 O ll M B Knshnamurthy i 5.-'4 I Darlene Ioyce Wadsworth MAIOR: Commercial Educa- tion: SEA 3, 47 Tri-C 2, 3, 4: President 35 Outstanding Girl 2: Science Club 35 Treasurer 47 Bowling Club 2, 3. 4g Mardi- Gras Co-Chairman 3, 4g Col- lege Development Program 37 Iunior Prom 35 Annual Staff Secretary 31 Business Man- ager 41 International Relations Secretary 3: College Demo- crats Club 3 Student Council 4 Who s Who 4 Gamma Sxg ma S1qma 4 LelandD Corkran MAJOR Busmess Admxmstra tion Gonzaga Umversxty Spa kane Washingtonl 2 Bowl mg Club 1 2 3 4 lnterna tlonal Relations Club 3 4 Ski Club 3 4 SENIOBS MAIOR Mathemattcs Inierna tional Relatlons Club 3 Skl Club 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Patncxa Iean Burbndge MAIOR Business Admlmstra t1on Bowling Club 2 4 An nual Staff 4 OBRIEN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 27 28 Donald Es elin S P MAJOR: Chemistryp Bowling 3, 4: APO Scholarship 4. Theresa Chung Sock Shun MAJOR SOC10l0qy Smence Club 4 Internczllonal Relcmons Club 4 SEN IORS Chcxrlesli Gloeske MAJOR Elementary Educcr hon SEA 4 "'Z..""' Ehzabeth Ann Kolskx MAIOR Chemlslry and Medx cal Technology Scxence Club 2 3 4 Choral Club 1 2 3 4 Iumor Prom Commxttee Chcur mcm 3 Semor Prom Commxttee Chcurmcm 4 lniemcmoncxl Re lcmons Club 4 Who s Who m Colleges and Umversmes 4 PAGE AND WERNER ARCHITECTS Connie King Daniel P. Murphy MAIOR: Accounting: Bowling l, 2, 4: International Relations Club 2. MAJOR: Business Administra- tion: Bowling l, 2, 3, 4: An- nual Staff 2, 3, 4: Tri-C 3, 4: President 4: Gamma Sigma Sigma 4: Confraternity of Christian Doctrine 1: Ski Club 4: Class Secretary 3: Student Council Treasurer 4: Publicity Chairman 4: Iunior Prom At- tendant 3: College Develop- ment Program 3. SENIORS Steve B. Porch MAIOR: Business Administra- tion: Montana State College 1, 2: Who's Who 5: Alpha Phi Omega Distinguished Service Award 4: Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4. 5: Recording Secretary 4: President 5: National Presi- dential Representative 5: Serv- ice Chairman 4: Scholarship Committee 4, 5: International Relations Club 4: Treasurer 4: Science Club 3, 4, 5: Caritas Assistant Bowling Editor 4: Bowling Club 4, 5: Committee 4: Captain 5: Mardi-Gras Gen- eral Co-Chairman 4, 5: Stu- dent Fund Drive Captain 4: Iunior Prom Program Chair- man 4: Senior Ball Decora- tions Committee 5: Student Council Representative 4, 5. Gary S. Tressel MAIOR: Mathematics: Science Club 1, 2: Student Education Association 3: President 4: Annual Staff Layout Editor Z. PINSKI BROTHERS C29 301 Q., 2' .P X RX SENIORS 'I xx., 1 1 J, , 'H , ' , VXA -. fi Ioe Darcy, President: Nancy Moriarty, Secretary-Treasurer: Donald Peterson, Vice President. f f X ! iff J W ,I IW NX f - . ffzfff iizf ,, -Si' " 4575! 1 ,-" , th 'fly , 1 -- - mu ffl if -I'-: A14 ,, , --F., SENIORS NOT PICTURED Elizabeth Bliss Robert Cooper Gerald Ferguson Luella Goodman Earl Grimes Warren Harding Clayton Hudak Madge Howard Mary Ellen Hemsing Charles Ioslyn Donald Lesmeister Sister Patricia Maureen Sister Eunice Evelyn Weber Kenneth Dean Wester Barbara I. Acord Elementary Educcxtxon Mardx Gras Chatrman l Bowltnq l Z Scrence Club l THC 1 Choral Club 1 2 Stud nt Counc1l l Student Eclucatton Assoczahon 2 College Devel opment Program l s 43 A LTFII ir l J la lI'l'f ,Gyn Mane I Harper 3 ,,, Elementary Educatton Tr1C l ttlllglt 526- wt SEA l Choral Club 1 xxx, .R TWO YEAR NORMAL if Mrldred Lxch Elementary Educahon Inter nanonal Relatrons 2 Program Chcnrman 2 Ruth Mmnehan Elementary Educatron 131 Dorothy Long 323 A Antomette Wxdhalm Elementary Educauon Inter natxonal Relanons 2 SEA 2 TWO YEAR GRADUATES NOT PICTURED Dorothy Acord Slurley Hxcklm Helen Muller Marlene Tenney Kathleen Tax Elementary Educauon Tn C l 2 Scrence Club 2 Young Democrats I SEA l 2 Stu dent Councxl 2 Gamma Srqma S1qma 2 ,Tumor Prom Queen s Attendant l Bowlmq Club 2 Annual Staff 2 Mardz Gras Queen Attendant l College Development Program 1 Choral Club 2 1-5 TE TWO YEAR NORMAL l"N-s X 1 HQ L 41" IUNIORS IQ X' sg- an , Richard Konesky Ken Nardinger lane Horras President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer T ,Mil -alot-. .QQ -.1-Y" Yu.-r B111 Anderson Ethel Barley Larry Boeilcher Ieanie Caplls in QT' ""Y Ioan Drazxch Iames Holland Gary Lewxs Leonard Mapston TRIBUNE PRINTING AND OFFICE SUPPLY I 331 I ' Q- i , K , A' . . 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" W' l -' f A r - E I Mary Alice Petersmith NOT PICTURED Pete Pozder Danial Stevens Sandra Strosnider Harold Tokerud Ioseph Tropila Iames Todd Ioseph Wilkins Hugh Wilkins URQUHARTS PAINT Betty Hahn Barbara Koesler Dorothy Kraber Eleanor Kantola Helen Land Lura Milkovich lack Morrison Suti Nopakun r r 'lx' Rrohard Kelson President 2-N 'E Barbara Acord Morely Brown an Eugene Cammeron SGPHOMORES are-A Joseph McCarvel Arden Enqsirom Vice Pfesidenf Secretary-Treasurer kg 'R-Q T7 Dorothy Acord Robert Corontzos Vxrqxma Dwxqht -, L dl: sis xr, :za If 5 Ierry Cady Gary Ellmqton Emoqene F1f2PUll'lCk -r-'f' Q-f Rxchard Carr Betty Flemmg Gary Guynn WALSH ANDERSON LUMBER COMPANY C35 1. 'A ugh! V ' M r 'NH 5 rx L. 1 I 'I P , A7 L J i fn' AQ ' V' cs: -5' 1 , r L ' 9 . X -1' 'A f if j . - Riff I ff- "9-I ' 13 F4 q ff 'r Q 7 H Q EE: Xin' f rfl. K Nf HR- . X 1' .Cb 4.' ,,.. J:-,ifvi If - .Cir R '- Lg 'ix A 51 I N -A AD I , Hmlxff 8 1 li 1 V ,A.: U w 1' I - 1 'V i la? ,- . , 38 JV.. - 4. ' ' A 5' f 'LT 4- 4 tg. X I? A J I' kA.I I , if A X vi' w- ,. Q f W Zi X Mp f 5 i 51 :r JV, .I ,X 'L , ag fx 1 , - 7 .-x,A! ,, 4"'1- s- 1-...,. X. 1-P' SOPI-IOMORES Donna Grove fs i -5. 4 ' I 'T T vw lf .4 .S X U JF' :-, D" , 5 -' ,. , . yy,-,a Kenneth Haab Ioseph Gaudreau F W Q U ex Q gg YJ! 1 v K W 1 Q fi ,522 ll IMI . gf g 16 Roylyne Hawkins ia - if if ' "" . ZIV, - Af. nf' .' ' 1 Ne' . ' gat Raymond Herigon Donald Henke l -of X mn" ' fa w. " " 45.1, Y' ' I A H' My . ,Z 5 1 55 'r 4 vf-'ff3lfZ?'34Q4'1f 'gn ,fy :UW 5Z'sz-ii?T'- z --.xg r-, tk-,'151"fx A A Charles Holland Io Iohnson 363 V.,-N -df' 'K Ihx -'J Lynnette Iunq I . Roberi Kelly 1 of' .N 'ln 'ff' J L Bill Kakalecik ,Q an ig 1 " iff X , T W V 1' 'xl l 1:9 ' .ia ' .THQ EFS I - 1. ' Theresa Krier Q '5' J" ,Q 7? V - ze - 4 ,J F . f I' Gary Kmpp Con LeDesky an a l 'f- A A ' ' ' I' gf -if nib John Legowik Thomas Larson WENDT ADVERTISING AGENCY 212 -5 Ccxrol Lonq Dorothy Long lib .Y Mildred Lich Frank McGee 9. r' 6- V 'Y Dan McGuu-e Helen Mxller Len Moyer Ioe Nemes SOPHCDMORES I-if 1 Ierry Noble Dxcme Olds f ,,. If M Q 7516-T' tif' S1231 si? Ronald Ostermcm Mxchael Rxchardson 43 Robert Rxes Larry Roberts l 41 13 Walter Rogers David Schull FLORISTS ASSOCIATION OF GREAT FALLS 37 Ili: Q I , N- ifxif I -F.. il- .Q I ld 2 Sv it A tbz. I ll l ' ,- N er V A .1 J, . ,, - A J ,f 'we I . ' get I Will A l 249 H Sleeoo L ,. lin- 62", -, Q '.,. 'RQ , I , FY ' I I 3, ' wi I ft ,, iii " 'IT qu, Q K 5 - -f + eff, :P wa 'imfi I 'w , I I W' A 4, ,,' I3 H if Qi .3 K . . A ip 3 N ti' Q 1' 1' l I S,"- f gf Q ff. IQ SOPHOMORES P , I u -ae Dk Donald Skinner Len Sorenson Bonnie waueu George wqkack ..-' .W .ig if 'Q' 5 f ll , Q 4' "' S5 YW f if . - A fn "a. 5331 -. ff f A 1 ' lflx "W" J.--fs-if , 'T' I x ii? ' 'ikiflf X ' . I xx age 4 to mmf n X X Edward 5916199 David Squires new ' 1 'K ' -1, .' ug: ,, we We y u I-.4 2 ly X- , , lEgw,lC?:gt la Michael Welsh Antoinette Widhalm -mi" ' f PIX , -'B .Lf rf! Bernice Wigger Gayle Zipperian Kathleen Tax Marlene Tenney f, L L "' "' 1 L William Aue K- "" 9 , -,A L William Allred Q7 "Ig Peter Chimbos 4. - , . William Coyle u fv- ' -A 11. Cecile Cox f- " M5-T I " y- W Larry Davidson 'VY' 4 Y fs in .' t ,w Hugh Franson 3 ' 'I fl Q "W Sister Paul Edward it Q, ,X Robert Humble 1 ' ' " , n by " Frank Hatfield Tom Tillany Delores Vogl Ellen Hlggms 381 Shirley Hicklin Iohn Kunz GREAT FALLS BREWERIES SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED Gilbert Koch Noel Kelly Thomas Little Laura McGuigan Ruth Minnehan Wayne Molen Steve Pozder Ieanette Ross Arlen Seman Rudolf Stmot Roland Stanley Milo Thompson Neil Taylor 4 c Gary Teddy Presmlent gf lerry A115601 Ronald Apple Mrchcrel Bcrlko .5 wi Duane Boggs pgs.. EP Rulh Beck a 'iff' FRESHMEN .iris vj Kaeihe Rheuume VICG P1'es1dent '-fu Ex M N 0 A' ,61- 10' Ccroleen Mares Secretary Treasurer Ioan Brenner -... Chcxrlolie Burch fw Fred Bumburget ff in Robert Campbell Pcxinck Brennen Lmllxan Carlson Roscrlre Cl-mrbonneau GREAT FALLS LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING ASSOCIATION SQ , ln 7' I , A . 4 U s V , ,N - xl' V ' 4, ,ALF I-A 'f'f'f 'fz .f'fT.3' ' Q ' I uf' ,-rJff,ffg A Q 1 ,,, ' N' 7" '.'f,'s,3.' ' A wx Wffffp-2 'I B I u A ,,:.w. -.:j,:' if Y ll ,, 4 I ' I Y ' -ol' '75 f-2' " x X, , I , . 4, 4 - - " ' 4 C' . s ,d,' P 9 I :,jf'1 12g 'E :I ' T' H1551 ' ' M ' .0 'wx' f . 'Azura U ' I rrr. elllllll r,er I ig. I X f Z X bk 1 X Q. S will -rv I ' i Yi H, , il J fo fs W -'UGJIK' "' 1' I x V, - , V A sz.. 1 r 'V T' wx S . V yy , I 'X fx W I, ' Z l bu A G- 1 uf Denis Chase '3 7" , S. 7-auf Wallis Cheney Bernard Christiaens -av? Ilm Cook -u .-Q , ,J '--.7 FRESI-IMEN if 1, ff 15' gf, in ., XXX1 X . R'1Ym01'ld Ch991'l9Y Paul Eve Cecelia Fasbender ' sg :fi V ' ,V '52 Q, 3 5' ,J get ' Az 1- L all Hz fm X f ,.. H ., ,GN M, 5 H R. nun N D aeeee D - , if Rl., , 2 - Vi L2 A' NK gl . Thomas Fay Iames Gleason 1 ,Q y rm vvs P is , , W 1 'Qi 'I v-ra ,if ffm' . ' f' ' ' Y' - QM " f If I " , M. f-fl "fi V0 1' 'slr x . .- A v 2. , 'mp v '4 ' 'L' , . . - V N I 1 - Gwen Edmonson Richard Griffin Lloyd Hagen l S 401 Phyllis Denton ai: mx A 5 ' A ' V5-dh ' ig ,, 0' , ' g'215?3fg52g ,, l-Y V v H QM I, - , ' ,f A gf 1 V if f - ft F Y .1-., F5 , ...V ' x U A I I I z A Lawrence Dewey Donald Hoyer 'l'hOmGS Higqins SUTHERLAND'S IEWELRY FRESHMEN W , . E. an , ' h f hw' "hr 1' . 1 1. if MW, Archie Hinkle Ioseph Hulko Kenneth Ioiqenson Gloy Korkla eq! , k . :Qu Ch u Ra w iff ' NSW K l: Xi? 5.1 . 53,2 num 0 aff- M- 2 X I ' ' x15- Ronald Head Dcm Henke Fred Kuglin Sum LeBan'on . Mary Ann Iochem Blender Iohnson Ann Lanqfeldt Hermuine Luther he ..r:"f X - W' Clarke Iohnson Iody Iohnson Barry McNurlin Carol Miller WADSWORTH MOTORS 141 , FRESHMEN Ianell Morton ' Icrck Noble Mildred Reynolds loseph Roberts V . fi. .- ' 4 Tri F- 'f in . - f. 1 'tif i f ' m f' j " " V Y V' . .. X X5 33-ff 'f - - Fifi' ,P ' ' 'H , L -- ' eZ:l..:, in f' , :F Z 3- X L N ff W 'MQ ' 'hifi' il, 2: 55 el? fl ' ' X Af" , ,u-ue .f '23 v L fl. T in i' 35 12' w mi ,QQNV 5 ' I my Q v.1?QL:f.' "' - tr :Y "U 4, fl 'fl f "1t -2142335 .-R,jQf?5,."" lf, Iocmne Northrop Gordon Parsons Hurry Peterson Helen Scholl Helen Peiko Patricia Pizzini Thomas Sedlaeck Connie Stefani Iames Prindel ,Mariorie Rllunig Bill Sticker Sandro' Stratton ST. lOSEPH'S BOWLING ALLEY 1421 Laurie Swanson Wes Swanson FRESHMEN s .3 lt. ., xy V 'N N- 1 ,, 'yt L 4 I X1 4 it 'X-l' Iudy Vining -hrk V vlfw 41. JL.. ' 4 Id , ' .fil- V . W I ,xx IV, , ,gi J.. 4: is . gf ' Iames Volk v ,AV .J-R G. is ' t Iay Tillotson Wes Teague Marcella Vannatta Ed Wadsworth T' X 119, 2 .fl Jim? . 6 Terry Thgmpgon Bonita Tilton H , 'vo- 1.4 te- " A X 0 Laura Tonkin Rodney Van Son AYSHIRE DAIRY FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED Arden Martin William McLaughlin Raymond Murphy Glen Mortensen Deanne Niswanger Sister Iulienne Lorraine Peterson Iere Quinn Ervin Riddle Francis Schultz Nathan Smithers Gary Suden lack Stanley Ruth Sorrell Sandra Stratton Timothy Taylor Chester Trubey Edward Weqman Susan Wilson William Anderson Eleanor Allen Samuel Bussey Iames Chambers Sister Clement Kent Domogalla George Erickson Iohn Fabre Ieifrey Bresee Robert I-'erda Iames I-'rohlich Larry Gilbert Duane Goodness Sister Albert Wallace Hill Iosephine Iohnson Dan Kandilas Sister Iohn Thomas ff i Q .pf ' 5,-f Robert Warner BECKMAN'S 143 44 CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES N.,-. f' .X fr .f'xf, ,.. vil- au uw PHILADA 570 Ano STQI CL I ix 'S if Do nothlnq out of oontentlousness or out of valn qlory but ln humlhty Iet each one regard the other as h1s superlor each one Iooklnq not to h1s own lnterests but to those of others ,- Q....,.,w," rf, . I OU . 7 - v I , , u A v I 1 ?" ,, i S f'4 I 4 xx si X s 5 , S ll . . - - . . ll I I I I , . J V4.2 JP' .-... ,.... -snag "Q -a ,,5 pi-'Q F ' ' T 33 1 E E1 1 ,I f 5 3 FTW Q r ' bf jfMl,g.Q.i-4.4, 9- 35523 . . .1 Si-. T EL 'J' .13 B! ATO ffm f A..- ..g-l f ,E f mr k., , ..E- , A . g MQ W,,. .. .... .1 xj ... .--.2.. 5 ,, -4-. ., mb Qsv is 'flfiesd + + fueia fhe ' 221 5 sfyonsjgno ., , ,, , Udent I' D ' a S in ODOV I HIGHS Qn S rs of MQFQI Inorql jmirinc-,ples OIIQUC C-IQ e, S S SUI 191119118 Caihohc students take a s t pm ual mventory at the tune of annual retreat conducted b y Father Declan Madden FM 1n November C-0f'l!4 va n NJ 4' THE PARK HOTEL THE 46 y oi he ihe Bases ns are answefed ln Whooe b Mr eoliqxccgcfalleggss mstructed Y Caiho 'C PUBLIC DRUG COMPANY Q , P, X 23 M0 QE X mgmw ., A W1 A.-Q ' 1 , i . ly' Th ,' - ' wwf jf? ' ' EXXKOXK 5 -5 a yxouCetXS U QYGWY 1011053 N K G A Q effnusx 005 'rr X 2 565 ax sc0'551O The Lueruture and Composxtlon class enyoy Q feast of reason cmd cr flow of soul P Qar11amemQrY L Hd Q ready Speechw trqmlnq grou d H for qllzck thmkm 9 Q Fm BLOOM AND SEYMOUR MEL BUCK CONSTRUCTION 47 x .-Y' . l C 'K 10 Q '-XXKX V,,.f' ' - l . X I I V Q ' I The srmles mean that these accountanis have balanced th611' books L 'Q - Bi' N an 3 Sa X 1 W , 481 Evldently the audxtors aren't fauna so Well GENERAL MILLS GREAT FALLS CLINIC A -'X E gg 'Q' C my I Ik . s - N N History and Geogrophy of Latin America instructs students in the way of life of our southern neighbors. f 2 2 f QE It V ttst- gmt? Future teachers are clued in on the "Tricks of the trade" for teaching Social Studies. GREAT FALLS IRON WORKS GREAT FALLS TRANSFER AND STORAGE COMPANY C49 n 50, The citizens of Montana pursue their interest in native govern- ment in Miss Dougherty's Mon- tana history class. Social planning for a better World of tomorrow. in Nb 5 -H "5 ,sffgf ftf R Y... WAHM .l ,r X KLEMENCIC PLUMBING AND HEATING MONARCH LUMBER COMPANY K i 1 - Students strive to attain an understand- ing of the social world in which we live. Q,K' ,J D 'T P1 'axle , n unhmy LLLLXY GY ST ABS Whcohhy tone rx 1 N e Sducxet S Master oi Cefemome Teddy 'C no edson D N qudrecu H ein! 5153310550 Asxgxzrgroin Mrs Towson 'S' m x aught by a :utah Leslie' xfgxwebbe The hlfiwfomum was Cfndififo Y er Zsxgerus were hom Cm VVes!er f -JQQ' Boeltcher r Q " F in ., Q 2 1' -' -5' FQ 5 bender Lelson I Teddy Olds, MONTANA FLOUR MILLS COMPANY I Vary lrxmxczs m 1 ww L Jinx: e DIROCLO 1 1 U I Waker UU GUI ISI 'Hin iff Stevens Wea Qi he B W V LZ. 1 A , f E 'r S:s'e: H N I l' lst: ,,.-1 I : E , f -HA . F - A - VL" Slfbvfw D' Y? JI? S.S'f-Nr 511:15-rx Elczihl, :ln 3539! I A . - r - 33530: WCW: Den .174 :- Da g QL ' . A Tu ZH" ill, 1 V ' ' " J fi - 3 . , J .1 ' ' . 91 ' ' 13 il I 4 1511.-5 i g -' f , ' Q' Au 1 Q 5 fa 5 - L .ff uf'-3+ I Le 1, M- , 5, f-. 2,1 ff- 4. V - , L 1 'W' ' L L L ,Q Y 3, 'J X 4 Q R -, H I ' ,I W V, VA ' A .4 W 2' .A Y I - , l '---L .X .J , L. x I? - . gy I 'fi' ' Y 'uh ' I 1, . .sl-cy, ' ' I ' " cs. ' 'E ' ' ' X I I I l I . I . . in J' -'L , 1 5 K' QQ, . Z K, 1 ' E MII: ' , f 'L -L : N, L. 5, " ! 'YV ' he M Ig is , D r- T . - loss 1 ' K K L e ff-A s :gf ' 1, xr 'E' ' , 4. ...M , f A - 5' ' Q A L v 'I , LT" N , X , K IE i x 'U X, ,i PM-MQUIST ELECTRIC I 51 7 F O R E I G N L A N - GUAGE CLASSES STRIVE FOR BETTER WORLD - UNDER- STANDING Grcspinq the German situation. T ' Er K 4 fn, .1514-X 2:5-Q. 1- v.. 1 5' . :Ei Senoritcx hopes her Spanish is M01'1SiG111' 9C1'i219fYCH'lCCii5- correct. ' K T R H xxRQ 0. ..,, gif QA.. E X' My Zmmwvw , More admirers of lc: belle France. GROGAN-ROBINSON LUMBER COMPANY GUS AND IACK'S TIRE SHOP ROBERT Pi GAITHER, CONSTRUCTION PAULS PARK INN C522 Prospechve school mc: cms czre xmtxcrted mto teachers tucks to make httle Iohnny lecxrn Professor Whooley recrd1es th1s group for hzgh school teuchmg 5 Jig Curnculum educczhoncl menu 1S thexr dzsh CASCADE ELECTRIC COMPANY THE PARIS OF MONTANA , r W - A ,. .. ' A - . 1 I n ' -3. . U-gr." iii? ' .' "' ' ' -,S1 1 . lr' ' l , If fly -I-,Q , I F - I VHKV . I l53l 1 w i X "There's music in ihe air" when School Music Class comes on. GFI If 1 ly If -.jj il 'f 'fr I If .2 r,,, '11 f flfijll. Orchestration class dreams of cx symphony. Future teachers learn techniques in "Methods of Teaching Singing." i543 414 iw -- vw num V11 -'-" 5 ww is-P firm Chorus Class soars "On Wings of Song" - Professor Iverson leading. ADOLPHSON'S TEXACO SERVICE SCHMELTZ MOTOR SALES SECOND AVENUE PHARMACY ALLSPORTS SUPPLY CO. -nn tual Art studenis perfect cxbxhty cmd 1n1t1cxt1ve m both begmmnq cmd advanced courses mstructed by Sxster Mczry Tnmtcxs C A fm NT? nu W , XXX mlxmlff Mrs Dlmke, 1n Metal Arts class, fcxshxons cz sxlver chchce for her son. who 15 studymg for the pnesthood IIMMY'S SHOES GRAPHIC ARTS STUDIOS SOGARD AGENCY 455 ' vi if . .. 5 -t . , 2 .. 4' - u. ,,. -f ' 'W I ' ml, , ' G' , X A! X qi J' eg' X ' ' ' '7' f j X QR ' ' N 'J . . -tu .z XX '- 'L Hours of toil and pleasure come forth from within these walls. Sister Maureen is al- ways on call to aid ihe students. You don't have to know every single book to graduate! 'M ff "0 -24 'Mm ,.,7 gf: . 0' ,,..5 11 -.,A CCAEEM 567 R 'L , 1 :1 QB' '49 lln 'nigh ,'. JL-.4 M WE . , DARING CHEMISTS BREW STRANGE MIXTURES T. F. O'CONNOR COMPANY I. C. PENNEY COMPANY Ni . we X MDM ,,,,,., C57 ss, A s- , w QE? A Anatomy class ixqures mt out .4 48? Ill gf get Pre meds explore my-slenes oi embnobqy r. t Z . ' I m'jwmm E ww' "H ww" H b 1' xx-9 gn.,..f E701 - W am yi 1 532' f ::' .-.:3, 4 Q U 4 W , MGUTQI Hygien nh l I , K lg .. X322 YQ , R ff " num gwmlw Ill 1 S9 X '-1 PhYsio1OgY students ond student nurses seek to entcrl development of t College ' 1 cmd m the physxccz t lecrrn more abou heir fellow men 601 Q e The pursuit of the unkown enqulfs attention of the College algebra class. f f ' o.. ? nf Q- ff E1 " , X 4 M H -Ty., " " Xxx lf 'V ZX Engineers find that Descriptive Geometry has many angles. Trigonomeiry requires Work -- no fooling! Mrs. Hazel Stiensrude, Secretary to the Dean. She Writes you lei- iers edged in black, "Please re- port to the Dean's office. af' T . 'D x ' ,4 'iii George Harcharek, Mamtenance Man. He can smell a cigarette a mile away. FCDLKS WE MEET ON TI-IE CAMPUS- Mrs. Ioanne Ierome, Secretary to the Registrar. She records your credits-if you earn any. ' "..' A if M1255 .1. 'I 'af s V Mrs. Coleen Paul, accountant. She smilingly takes your money - if you have any. BUTTREYS DEPARTMENT STORE CASCADE BUILDER'S SUPPLY BUTTREYS MEN'S AND BOY'S STORE MODERN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 161, 621 Night classes in the History of Modern Europe provides cr bczsis for the analysis of the world of iodcry. w-K xv. 'W 3 I Iudqxnq from the vcmety of expresswns Adolescent Psy choloqy cxppecxrs to be cm entertcumnq as well as an m formative clcxss l"'1s .Q 2 1 iifmk' 1 U' .1'- awww, CLUBS "May We put away all pretense, and meet each other face to face without pity and Without pre- judicef' 463 ANNUAL STAFF ANNUAL STAFF MEMBERS Sister Rose Irma ...................... -,.-Advisor Iearine Caplis ..,.......................,,......,. Editor Lynnette lung .....,........,.,, Associate Editor Darlene Wadsworths, Business Manager Connie King .......,...,..., Senior Class Editor Patricia Burbridqe .,........... Layout Editor Dorothy Long ,,..,. Assistant Layout Editor Kathleen Tax .,,...., Assistant Copy Editor Photographers, Lee Saucier, Bob Lennon Not Pictured, Patricia Muir, Copy Editor Art Editor ......,......,.,.............. Ioseph Halko ROWE ELECTRIC Annual Staff members work frantically to finish all paqes as the deadline on their annual draws near. Solicitors Krishnamurthy Stratton Joslyn Grove Rossi McCormack Caplis lung Long Muir Vannatta Wadsworth Swanson Fitzpatrick Christiaens Krier Miller Tax PIONEER DAIRY GAMER'S SALLY ANN'S BAKERY HAMILTON REXALL DRUG INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB N I Lrfe to rrqht Tern Krrer Secretary Don Vaqt Vrce Presr X R If gg f 4 4.41 The Internottronal Relatrons Club strrves to attam a better understandlnq of our world of today through rts many quest speakers from varred fore-1qn countrres Students 1n any government or hlstory class are SIIQIIJIS for partrcr patron rn the cIub whrch rs sponsored by Mrss Dougherty Offrcers are Presrdent Larry Boettcher Vrce Presldent Mrchael Welsh Secretary Terr1 Krrer and Treasurer Iearue Caphs 165 1 C 'sig .mx3,g! ' .1 ,, ferr 5 . . E . , I I I I Q . Z . ixgx fn n 'gif dent: Larry Boettcher. President: Ieanie Caplis, Treasurer. Q, .f., 5 fish HAIR -Q Ll .55 I I.. N TRI C 661 Mary Alyce Petersmith, Secretaryy Con- nie King, Presidentp lane Horras, Vice President: Arden Engstrom, Treasurer. Mrs. Nielsen sponsor. The Tri C Club of the Colleqe of Great Falls is open to Women students. ln the past year they have changed their name to Gamma Sigma Sigma and have become affiliated with this national service sorority. The activities of the club consisted of a student mixer, a roller skating party, decoration of the halls and the lobby Christams tree, and the Mardi Gras, and a spring style show. X 4 R fl lx K .yi .QT .1 2 3 il . , It fix 4133, 1 fa. I aT E S fs. f - l 1 2 --ts 2 .gi is ' if A X f A' X Xlmv 'l SCIENCE STUDENT ASSCCIATION V. N 6 I Xl Members and thexr quests are shown durmg and stxrrmg lecture by rad1olog1st Dr E I Exchwald after a f tudents mterestecl ln the h The Sclence Club is composed o s sclences During the year, they partlclpated m tr1ps to t e Columbus Hospital, the Brewery, Home O1l, and other places of mterest Officers of the club are Pres1dent, Dean Wester, VICE Presldent, Ioe McCarve1, Secretary, Adren Engstrom, and Treas urer, Darlene Wadsworth. Q-'A-li' f, UR ! J sq gig' . Z XXX no ff . 1 ' , Nillwr 1. fl' . . V . . . I W . I 1671 SKI CLUB Wu :uri 'limi I gl fy 681 Oiiicers: President, Gary Olds: Vice President, Ioe Nemesy cmd Secretary-Treasurer, Nancy Mori- arity. Ardent members from the Ski Club flock to Kinq's Hill on winter weekends for participation in their favorite sport. Other activities this year included a picnic, rafiling of a pair of skis to finance the trip to Whitefish, the exciting trip to Big Mountain resort at Whitefish, and a candy sale. FBAGILE BEAUTY t fi .9 liz! 0 i tr ' ' ' V V lj A ..,,. 3 ., ,I MAILING SHOP AND OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY GREAT FALLS SPORTING GOODS SUPER SAVE FOOD MARKETS Steve Porch is awarded a medal for outstanding service. The officers for the year included: Dean Wester, President: Dave Schaff, Vice President: Ron Otherman, Corresponding Secretary: Dick Kelson, Recording Secretary: Len Moyer, Treasurerg Tom Larson, Historian: and Rich Konesky, Sergeant at Arms. The APO's activities consisted of a dinner dance, a smorgasbord, decorating the Nativity scene, and publication of a student directory. ALPHA PI-II OMEGA Pledges for the first semester were: Tom Tiffany, Ed Wadsworth, John Lego- wick, Clarke Iohnson, lack McLaughlin, and Lee Saucier. t F . .J u it Social service by the APO boys includes cleaning of back yards and building a modern structure for the betterment of their college. VX A xx? S :P Q69 gr " ,S " ' ff --Y BOWLING Left to right: M. Vannatta, E. Riddle, I. Roberts, H. Schaff. C. Holland, I. Morton, K. Nctrdinqer, C. Stefani, H. Peterson The bowling team consisting of T. Sedlacek, I. Stevens, D. Kelson, I. Stevens, E. Wadsworth, I. Holland, went to Bozeman in March to compete with other colleaes of Montana. The team placed sixth. T. Krier, R. Herigon, T. Larsen, I. Taylor, I. Fitzpatrick. Md D. Long, F. Kuqlin, B. Anderson, I. Prindel, C. Burch. CARLSON MUSIC COMPANY my CARLSONS SHOES CASCADE CAMERA BARREL DRIVE-IN AND LOUNGE L Hcmson L Roberts D Schoff G Kropp M Beach I Legowxck M Kmq S Womck R Hczwkxns P Ke-Ison A Enqslrom D Vczqt B -I-'H' Duppe B Koesler G-5-abd' uf ,y X I-I Wxlkms P Slmpson K Tux D Hmkle P Bur D Hoyer K Rheoume I bndqe Prmdel T Thompson CENTRAL FLOOR COVERING DUVALS INC DALE STAPP FOR FASHIONS DUNDAS OFFICE SUPPLY C71 v t film num ' 0' , . la MW? First Semester Champions Kleft to rightl were: C. King, D. Murphy, L. Corkran, I. Morrison, N. Moriarty. Friday night means bowling night for many enthusiastic students who corn- pete for top honors at St. Ioseph's Bowling Alleys. Twelve teams make up the College League in which any student may participate. Through the efforts of the bowling committee, Ken Nardinger, Dave Schaff, and Tom Larson, each member knows his team's schedule and league standing. Back row: R. Steffani, E. Wadsworth, R. Konesky, F. Searl. Front row: M. Petersmith, S. Porch, D. Wadsworth. I, Darcy, I, Horras, B, Acord, I. Stevens W,111..i' , 1 - A l' it 1 its 'Q' veg. WYE "s,v GREAT FALLS COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY FRANKS CREAM DEPOT, INC. IACK'S WESTSIDE CONOCO EDDIE'S NEW DELUXE LOUNGE AND SUPPER CLUB vzy STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION it-wiki 55 ull' 1 al 'Ss Officers are President Garry Tressell Vice Presxdent Dorothy Zvonar Secre tary Treasurer Laura McGu1qan As an active professional orgamzatlon the Student Education ASSOCIGIIOH partlclpated ln the teacher s convention and Dele gate Assembly of MEA 1n Helena Graduating students 1n teaching professions were awarded honorary membership 1n the Classroom Teachers Associatlon at the April 9th meeting ln the Roundup Room of the DeMo1ay Skits, speakers, panels, and discussions provided a varied program for the professional growth ot SEA members u-:Ex w M 15 ' A mlm' MCINTOSH MEN'S SHOP MARSHALL WELLS STORE CHARLES E. NAGEL, M.D. DRS. MAGNER AND MAILLET 173 1 LH' i . r -A '??QLf-' - sf A -I - w V I n Q' r. . H F.. f if " ' 'I h f,,,,I 4, Y WW......v qu, E , : I IW? ' I 1 I X N ' - ,Iv 'V - KF . . A I W E Z VV V I C f. . , if LY xt i ,ggi L: Y Ak ' F ' WEEE nee. ., . 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NNE ,N 0 SS Ulure X XX n I Ee MIPEND-Ray W s and science AY teacher at Joplin, has accepted P an Acade ' X nnc Year Institute sti- mced ly 3' pend to attend the University ol V E North Dakota, where he intends Srier We! to I h I , .5 work on a master of science Leiglgiigi X degree.--Wadsworth graduated .11 i Gras Site! from the College f D X evening Mardlhx 136 evwiekeh iren was fnrnishe 'ai 13 Xin 2+ o Great Falls tene Wadsw in 1955 Vith a bachelor oi science d on the rigj degree. He taught three years in gh, co-chairllig Valier before going to Joplin. V 5-Chairmenr ' ,-ii - photo! 'l' ' . Mcnqqer. ' '48 Pubhc Re1QixODS Mr' Lee SGUCIGT, f MOTEL ROYAL ANY , IELD TIRE COMP PETE'S DRIVE-IN NELSON SCOP PETITE SHOPPE 741 5 L ads- , worth, mathematic And they Wlll come from the ecrst cmd West north cmd south cmd Wlll trlumph on the cross roctds of llfe CAMPUS LIFE C75 OCCUPATIONAL HAZARDS OF COLLEGE LIFE Gary Mathews comes to college. He is one of the 604 io sign owoy his free- dom at the Rigistrc11"s Office. The President Monsignor Donovan looks ior the hardest book to keep his pupils busy. upl- ZX X Sh 'R M ' M., fa ' mm V H N nl Il if? Alhl ' Monsignor McHugh thinks up some posers for his psy chology exams. Coffee break! The pause that refreshes! SCHELL RESTAURANT TOWN AND RANCH y STYLE SHOP WILSON COLE FURNITURE COMPANY Us ,. ir : .,,s 4,2 . ,I ' f 4 I. fl N ' 3 K 1 A N 5 1 X ' ' i x - - f... ,.. V,-'If ' i . "fx ,-"J ' K -- 1 151' 1 J A ff tifx 0 F 51 it f oru mul A i. A ' Haiti " To the Rescue! Brave fireman enters burning building! Saves fair ladies from fiery death. CDurinq Fire Prevention Weekl. 'Hi "' 7 Life saving of another kind. Seventy students responded to the call of the Red Cross for donations of blood. GREAT FALLS ENGRAVING COMPANY A. T. KLEMENS AND SON 177 OH, NIG- YE OLDE YULE BALLE COUNTRY CLUB DECEMBER I2 NDOB! ' I Mi , E., Slf I I ,EI X. 1 A fl I Aff ,X OI-I, NIGHT OF RAPTURE! CHRISTMAS 1958 SENIOR BALL COUNTRY CLUB IANUARY 23 Af, Q! 'OX-,O ff x N F! QA iw x if , N 1. QQ, HX," f X 1 'M F me V 3 , Q f' X f H, , f M22 M Y W A A gf. j X W-KL!-AY I xxx tg O J V V, ff, 2. Y' f X - :f , X 415- f I iz V ' ' .K X ,M ,f xf, .l "MAGIC MEMORIES!" -HF OH, MEMORIES COME THRONGING FROM THE GAY AND WINSOME PAST. v- C79 SPRING Rl-IAPSODY PLOODS COUNTRY CLUB AT IUNIOR PROM MAY, 1958 9. 'TP 801 1 Mui if 5 2 wa LJ E5-lf,4.elUllll M- l6 tx Betty Hill was crowned Queen of the Iunior Prom. Her at- tendants left to right are: Nancy Moriarty, Mary Alyce Peter- smith, Dorothy Long, Kathy Kalafat, Barbara Preston, Diane Olds, Darlene Shannon, and Connie King. Mr. Francis DiRocco crowned Queen Betty, and her crown bearers were Gail and Dale Swanson. The glowing queen and her glamorous assistants Official beginning of the Mardi Gras by Mayor Steffani MARDI GRAS I did ity I did ity I didn't all made the Mardi Gras ct huge success. af. K1.u1:sHJtl,+ , Flu? D. 'Y kt'-A t f fm N ' I -Q 4.11115 I ,L ' A - A A in t t-if Q ,,:. J, V " , l N I V I I A L 1 f-ie? . X t V '.' -.A .-f 'sw fig , 1 . Af ,. 4 I A.. V -r t Orphans enjoying the sus- pense of the catch 1811 . 'off 4-39 A gt TRC! 4.1 .1 11. fy' .1 5 'KZ 44 P it A i, x, 4.2- ,s -Luv ., . x 5 - ' .. V' 71" . - -..r s-9 ll I Monsignor Donovan, President of the College of Great Falls, blesses the site of the new campus at the ground breaking ceremony, lanuary 18, 1959. -1, Axl. In keeping with modern building methods the first shovel of earth is lifted by a machine, operated by Mr. F. M. Ganey, General Chairman of the Development Drive. Monsignor Donovan takes shovelful of earth as Mr. Bran- son Stevenson, President of Lay Regents, looks on. 823 W 'V Y 1 THE NEW COLLEGE OF GREAT FALLS IS UNDER WAY' f 7! 1-6- S15leI' Henry Alphonse Supervrsor of the College Development Proqrczm The Prcnne comes to hfe The-fills, 39+-4 7 Y ? P Archnects Page and Mcm Ahve' Look Werner cmd Con- at these bricks tractor Buck exam- ' - says Lee Scxucier. ine the termine. ' - . , ,Lgix JL- .Ii 1 h , , ' 'J ' 3' K, , ' -f i J C83 ...4,,, ALUMNI 841 The illustrious class of 1958 joins the ranks of THE ALUMI OF THE COLLEGE OF GREAT FALLS ALUMNI OFFICERS 1958-59 President: Edward Peressini, 504 Sixth Avenue North Vice President: Lucille Moran, 1505 Third Avenue North Secretary: Iohn De Grandpre, South of Great Falls BOARD OF EXECUTIVES: 2 YEAR TERM Patrick Murray, 1918 Seventh Avenue North Maurice Clark, 3421 Fourth Avenue North Bruno Pacini, 1728 Montana Avenue, Block Eagle Ruth Mahoney, 918 Third Avenue Southwest Anthony Ginalian, Fort Shaw Iohn Conners, 3651 Ninth Avenue South Dr. Dwight Graham, 414 Ford Building Iames Kuqlin, 2917 Seventh Avenue South eq i N J' ,Y A . ' 'MRF -' .. .'... ,Ziff ffl 'N BOARD or EXECUTIVES: 4 YEAR TERM iff ""' In Mr. Roy Teddy, 902 Fifth Avenue South l4 Mrs. Robert Tiedjen, 1505 First Avenue South ' Dr. Frank Obstarczyk, 1005 Second Avenue North Mark Fuller, 906 Sixth Avenue North Mrs. T. C. Matsko, 923 Seventh Avenue North Joseph Lashway, Wolf Creek Ralph Silto: SPONSOR'S HONOR HOLL SUPERIOR SPONSORS The Anaconda Company Buttrey Foods Incorporated College of Great Falls Alumi Association Columbus Hospital Demier Studio Florist's Association of Great Falls Floyd Pappin and Son Great Falls Auto Dealer's Association Great Falls Breweries Great Falls Clearing House Great Falls Gas Company Great Falls Laundry and Dry Cleaning Association Heisey Memorial Catholic Youth Center Medical Arts Pharmacy McGregor Clinic Montana Power Company O'Brien Construction Company Pinski Brothers St. Ioseph's Bowling Alley Sutherland's Iewelry Tribune Printing and Office Supply Urquart's Paint Page and Werner Wadsworth Motors Walsh-Anderson Lumber Company Wendt Advertising Agency HIGH HONOR SPONSORS Ayshire Dairy Beckman's Bloom and Seymour Mel Buck Construction Cascade Electric General Mills Great Falls Clinic Great Falls Transfer and Storage Company Great Falls lron Works Duvals Incorporated Klemencic Plumbing and Heating Monarch Lumber Company Montana Flour Mills Company T. F. O'Connor Company Palrnquist Electric Paris of Montana The Park Hotel I. C. Penney Company Public Drug Company, Incorporated A. T. Klemens and Son HONOR SPONSORS Buttreys Department Store Buttreys Men's and Boy's Store Cascade Builder's Supply Great Falls Engraving Company Iimmy's Shoes Adolphson's Texaco Service Allsports Supply Company Barrel Drive-In and Lounge Carlson Music Company Carlsons Shoes Cascade Camera Central Floor Covering Great Falls Coca Cola and Bottling Company lack's Westside Conoco Dr. Magner and Maillet William Kessner, Incorporated Mailing Shop and Office Supply Company Marshall Wells Mclntosh Men's Shop Charles E. Nagel, MD. Motel Royal Nelson-Scofield Tire Company Paul's Park Inn Pete's Drive-In Petite Shoppe Modern Equipment Company Sogard Agency Graphic Arts Studios Dale Stapp for Fashions Dundas Office Supply Eddies' New DeLuxe Lounge and Sup Franks Cream Depot, Incorporated Great Falls Sporting Goods Grogan-Robinson Lumber Company Gus and Iack's Tire Shop Pioneer Dairy Hamilton Rexall Drug Robert P. Gaither, Construction Rowe Electric Gamer's Sally Ann's Bakery Schell Restaurant Second Avenue Pharmacy Schmeltz Motor Sales Super Save Markets Style Shop Town and Ranch Wilson Cole Furniture Company per Club f95l 861 INDEX OF FACULTY Condon, The Most Reverent William I., D. D. .... -.-.-... ....... -. DeGrandpre, Iohn ..A............... D1Rocco, Francis ,---. ...,.............................. -. .... ..... .,.. --..-...- ....................., ....-.13 Donovan, Monsignor I. I. -.- ......... -..... ........ ... ,....................... -..- ............. 9 Dougherty, Eleanor ............. ........ .. .... .. .-.... ......... .. ........... .. ..... ,. ...,. 14, 18 Iverson, Milton ........................... - ..... -.- .... -.-...-.- ......... - .......... -...15 Iunkermier, Ward ..................,..................... - ............... -.- ......... -.- ......... ............. - 13 McHugh, Matthew Monsigner ........ - .......... - .......... ---.- ...... - ......................,..... 12 Moran, Merrill - ................. .. ........... ..... - ...... - .--- .............. - ,,........ --.-....-13 Nutterville, Catherine ............... ---.--...- ..... .- .................... 16, 18 Nielson, Dorothy .-.-- ...... - .,........ ....... ,............,... - .- -.--.- ..... -..-.-.....-.14 O'Connor, Charles -.- ............ - .......r .... .....r. ... .... -..--..-.-.. ..., ..--....-.-...-.14 Peressini, Eddie ...-,--. ...... --. .........., ..- ,..,.. .. .... - ,.... -.-.- .......... .........-15, Stone, Vernon - ..................... ,...... .... - .,.. - . - ...... ---- .................................. 16 Teddy, Roy ....... - ..,... - ..,..,.....,....,,.. -.- ,,.,.... ..- .... ------ ....... - ....,.....,.. -..15 Troy, Mary ,........... - ..... -. ......... ,,........,......... - - ........ . Whooley, Iohn .......,... Trarnelli, Michael ....... Luckman, Ioseph ....... ....... - -..- ........... -.--. .......... - .... - ....... ......,... . 16 Sister Rose Irma ............ Sister Agnes Kathleen ...... Sister Mary Vivian ........ Sister Helen Paula ..... Sister Maureen .............. .............. .. ..----- .,....... .............. . Sister Henry Alphonse .....,.......... -- .....,. ..........,. - - ..... .. Sister Mary Carmel ,.....,..,,,........... -- ...... .- .,,..... ....... . Sister Magdalen of Providence ,..... Sister Mary Trinitas ...,..... .....,,...,....., . .. Sister Mary Magdalen ......,.. - .................... Sister Rose Angela ...,...,..,..,.... - ,..,,... ......... . Sister Vincent of the S. H. ...... .............................. .......... . Sister Providencia ......,.....,..... - .,............... .................. - .... - ..,... - -.. ........ ......... l 1, Acord, Barbara .............. ....... .. ...... - .---.-..-.-.-... -... -- ---..-..-..- Acord, Dorothy .........,..,..,.. ..................... - .. ....... . Anderson, William ..... - ....... -..- ..... -.- ........ Apply, Ronald ............. ....... ....... .,... - . . --- ....... --. ..-.- -----39 Anseth, Ierry ........ -- ...... - ................ - ............ ...-.-- .... --- ........... ...........f. . --39 Bailey, Ethel ............ ...... .. ....... ......... - . - .... --.- .......... .. .......-..............-- --33 Balko, Michael ........... .............. .. .-.- .......... -- ........ - .-..... ..---. ----.- --.39 Boettcher, Lawrence ,..... - ......... ...... - ..,. - .--.- .................................. . Boggs, Duane .....,....,,. ..... - ...... - --- ..... - ---. -.. ...... -- -.---- ---- Brennan, Patrick ...... -. ,,.... .- ......... ............................. - ..................................... . .. Brenner, Ioan -.- ................ ..- .....,. ............... - --.- ..... -.-..- .... .. ...... ---..--.-..- Brown, Morley ..- ....,..,........... .- ..................... - ...................... ....... - Burbridge, Patricia .... -- ..,,.... ................ - .... - .... - ----..- ...-....-..-. ----.-. Burch, Charlotte ...................... ........... .. .-.- ...... ----- ...... - ......... .......... - Burnbarger, Fred .--..-- .....,...,....... - ..... .. ..,....... .. ....... --- ...... .. ................. .. ...,. -..- Cacchio, Carol .-.--- ....... -.-..-..---.--..--.---- -... - ...-.. ..-.-....-...-.24 Cady, Ierry .................... ........,....... - - ...... ----- .... ---..- ....... --..---.--35 Carnmeron, Eugene ...... ..- ................ - ........ -- ...... .. ............... ...... . .35 Campbell, Robert ....... ..-.- .......... -..-.- ...... .- .... - ........... Caplis, Ieanne ,,........ ....... - - .......... --.--.-..- .... - -..... - ..,.--... ....-. - .33 Carlson, Lillian ,....,.,.,.... .-.-- ............ -. .... ----- ...-- - .... - ......-...----- -39 Carr, Richard .......,...,..,..... ...................... - --..- ............ .- -.............. - ........... .. -..- 35 Chai-bonneau, Rosalie ......,., ...... - - .... - ........ --..-- ........ - ................ ...... . .39 Chase, Denis .... - ...... - .... - ......,.......... - ........ - .... -.-. ..-. - .... -.-.--- --.. .. .....-. ----- - --40 Cheeney, Raymond ...... .... ,. ........... - ...... - -.-- ..... - ......... .. ...... .. ......-....-.-........ 40 Cherrey, Willis .- .......... ...... - .- ..........-.. ---..-. ----- ...... - .-.- - ..---. N ...--- - ------- - 40 Christiaens, Bernard ................. - ....................... - ...... -.--.-.------- ----.------,---.- ---40 Cook, lames ---.--.- ........ - ..... -...--.- ...... -.-.--.----- ---- ---- -'--.--- ----------40 Corkran, Leland .- .... - ..............................,.. - ..... -- ............-------.------------.-A---4---..---------- 27 Corontzes, Robert .........,.. - ,..... -.- ...,... .. ..... --------.-- .-...... - ,--. - ---- -,251 35 Darcy, Toe ...... .. ........ ---.- ........ - ---------------------- Denton, Phyliss .... --- ......... ........... - ........-.. - --- ---- - ------ - ---- - -'------ - ------------ e--40 Dewey, Lawrence ..... -- ......... .-- ........ ..-------- ----- A-M ---------- Drazich, loan .........,. -- .----------- --- ---- ---- -------4--4------- ----- - ------- 3 3 Dwight, Virginiia ....... ................-. - .-.-- ----- ---- --.---- -------35 Ellington, Gary ....... -- .... - .... -- ------ - ----. - ----.--- -------- 3 5 Eve, Paul ........................ .... ...-....-.------------------------------ Fasbender. Cecelia ...... ,......................-..-.------ - ----- --------- - -------------'---------------' - ---- 40 Fay, Thomas .-.-.- ....................... - ......... -- ---- --------- --------- - ---------- - -'----' --40 Fitzpatrick, Emogene - ....... -.--.--.-..---.----.----- ----- e----- ------- -------e-'35 -..--.-.-.- ...... .-,. 6 1 3 ,-...,,....... ft K f -X V X W, .ll ,. , A, fill, mL51f.? rw X x '- ,,,. Q9 -1 .4 711 An: f y.,- 5' 2:f,,li:9-li pa 1 Q. 'N fl ff N Q0 1 INDEX OF STUDENTS Flemmg Betty Gauclreau Ioseph G1bbS Ehzabeth Glaeske Charles Gleason Iames Grrffm Rlcharcl Grove Donna Guynn Gary Haalo Kenneth Hagen Lloyd l-lalko Joseph Hawkms Roylene Head Ronald Henke Damel Harper Marie Henke Donald I-lerlqon Raymond Hrgqms Thomas Hxnkle Archxe Holland Charles Holland Iarnes Horras lane Hoyer Donald Iochems Mary Iohnson Blenda Iohnson Clarke Iohnson Ioanne Iohnson Iosephlne Iorqensen Kennelh Iunq Lynnetie Kakalecrk Wrllram Kelly Robert Kelson R1chard Kmq Conn1e Koesler Barbara Kolsk1 Elrzabeth Konesky Rxchard Korkla Gloy Krrer Theresa Krrshnamurthay M Kuqhn Fred Lamberson Robert Langfeldt Ann Larsen Thomas LeBarron Samuel l..eDesky Con Leqowlclc Iohn Lewxs Gary Lmch Mzldred Long Carol Long Dorolhy Luther Hermame Mapslon Leonard Mares Carol Marlm Arden McCarvel Ioe McCormack Iohn McGee Frank McGu1re Damel McNurl1n Barry Mrller Carol Mlller Helen Mnller Sylvester Mor1ar1ty Nancy Morton Mary Moyer Leonard Mulr Palncra Murphy Danlel Narclmqer Kenneth Nemes Ioseph Noble lack 87 f ' , .L .... 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U25 Peterson, Harry ............. .... - ........ - -a..a.o-...-...- .,.... - ..... -..o.-.- ....... ..-...W42 Petrini, Stephen ...., Prindel, Iames ........ Prizzini, Patricia ....... Porch, Steve ,,............. Rauniq, Marjorie ...,.... Reynolds, Mildred ..,.,. Rheaume, Kae-the ......., Richardson, Michael .... Ries, Robert ................., Roberts, loseph - ....... Roberts, Lawrence ...... Rogers, Walter ......... Rossi, Iohn ,... M ...,..,. Schaif, David ..,,., Schaft, Helen .......... Sedlacek, Tom ........ Shin, Theresa ,.....,.... Skinner, Donald .....,. Sorensen, Leonard ....,. Spraqq, Edward ....... Squires, David ......... Stefani, Constance ...... Stevens, Patrick ....... Sticka, William ............. Stratton, Sandra .,,... - .... Swanson, Laurie ........,. Swanson, Arden ,... .. ..,...,........................... --...- .... D ........... -- .... ..-....-.........-..-..-..--43 Tax, Kathleen ,...........,......,......,.,. - ......... a.-..........--..v.... ..... ..........-...--.-.--.433 Teague, Wes ...... -- ..... - ....... .............-,... .... -.--..-.-..- .,... ..-M----..-...gg Teddy, Gary ,,.,...... .. Tenney, Marlene ..,.. Tiffany, Thomas .......... Tillotson, lay .................. Tonkin, Laura . .......... ,. ...,... ........ .... . -.........- ...... ............ ....... ...----,----. Tressel, Gary ..............., Thompson, Terry ..- ......... ........................ .. ..- ............ - ..... ......... .......... - ......-- .--.---u Tilton, Bonita ....................... ..-...-..-.. ...... ....-.---..-.- ...... 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