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

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Carol Bailey Edward Bakly Robert Balderston '5175' ,jf Bevy Ball Timothy Barbour john Barrett Patsie Bartoletti Judy Beauregard Q, fr: 4.. Hyacintnia Becton M I Sli si, Mel Beam Milton Beard Michael Beatty .sa -3 ' R. B. Bell Ronald Bingham Douglas Bleecker Marcia Ble skin Steven Bofto Renee Bollinger Douglas Bouchee Robert Price doing his home- work in the student lounge. Nix svn' 'T john Bronson N6 Lyle Brennen 47' YQ' givin' lg I r ' Tordis Brosten , 1 -Q- Helen Brown UUQ, .4 4 98 i xv' N C' F rank Bre sche r ffl 1 N, X 1 kwin. Robert Callaway Q6 'RES Samuel Clayton Sheena Colarchik Donna C ove rt tx N John Davis Denaro Douglas Shirley Denzer Roy Dill Pa H' 1 I CLASS Q4-i S, ll L Samuel Davis rw Gary DeMi11e -al 'RF' 100 1. Fe- F ti", -9 J ir- z--2 V1 I Mary Ellen Driscoll ,' A .--m -' 1 .. N . pax ,FQ :Q A of 1 967 Kathleen Doheny Francis Dostal Gwendolyn Drazich joseph Durfee "iv mf-...,W uh... r Kenneth Eaton Larry Eaton jeffrey Edwards She rry E klund Diane Elder Patrick Engle Bruce Erickson 4 X x l 2 jaqueline Erickson Glenn Fish Gloria Foss james Foss 'R l S' je rome Fa rbe are N -gr is., s -5,37 ,sd William Farrell Q if Hr 'S' Russell Francetich Patrick Frank Thomas F ranken Ge raldine F rench Gene Frigon OS Q2 103 Donna Ga rdne r Diane Gault Dan Geiger Sharon Gilligan Wa lter Gla ss jame S Glenn Carole Gliko Mr. Gretch, Dean of Students, Q14 Richard Glowacki Andrea Gnojec Bobby Golden Clark Goodwin greets jean Graff on her way to class. wks , ,J X. Mary Ann Robbin scans through the students' "favorite friend." Z' ' i.. 4"'b jean Graff Dan Graham Kathleen Granese fi If-4? judy Gunlikson john Hagen David Halko Fred Hawkins "In Thy light we shall see Light" is the motto on the official seal of the College of Great Falls. in '3"r'5'f I 1 1,, .,, I Ib. XA . -J Ili- 5 -r'Yy As a Christian Institution We are dedicated to seeking truth and Knowledge. Our greatest source is He who Himself said, "1 am the Light. " It is through Him that there develops a deeper appreciation of those ideals which give meaning to life. In such a highly mechanized and fast moving world we need recourse to this very source of peace and happiness. In their formative years here at the College of Great Falls, stu- dents begin to realize their innate powers of analysis, expression, and appreciation of "Truth" as opposed to falsity, wisdom as opposed to ignorance. It results in a flowering of the mind which inspires students to have a sense of responsibility to God and their fellowman. 7 V, v Carol Helseth Clara Helseth Bonnie Henderson 7 Q1 l?""' Ma ry jane Henderson Jolene Holyoak Shirley Hoover Linda Hopkins fi' ' '-an "99- 45- CLASS Richard Higgins uni' K, X Be rtha Hille rich r I .-'n 9 ' Qlg Ml, 1 106 -' u PA' 3, l 4- is MN of 1967 w-,Q William Hughes Patricia Hunte r is Q-ff 1 I -pl '15 l Lawrence Hou rigan C onnie Hoye r Ann Marie Huestis A - '-3+ William Hyslop Eugene Irwin fit pg 1 aff' 1 107 William Jackman Dempsey jackson Kelton jackson Merci Jacobs Clayton Jewell 1, , Y 3 ' 2 l Ba rba ra johnson Howard johnson Me rrell jones Susan jones L F-4' P-f'5 y I Duane johnson 'J Herman johnson -.Q-417 f 1 fl' A Xa 53, .ff M1Cnae1 Kelly Geraldine Kohut Peggy Kordos li Wallace Kruger Paul Lansel Kathy Laughlin 'JV S--1 -6 -19 Lyle Brennen and Cherie Bryant Naomi Lakey ' xF S- f' Marvin Lang Student nurses relaxing QS, 71 -f' T537 studying in the Coffee Shop. Suzanne LeBarron between classes. Y 6 L., r if Norma LeC1e rc as xxx J M 5 ,X 1 I - l 45 f XL1 'Z Theodore Laur1n joan Lawlor Robe rt Le ic ht Sandra Lesh Richard Lewis Ca rl Lindblom John Lippert L!-I 'E-'S' jerry Loomis 6' fi NancyLou sen 0,447 .af Reuben Lopez I ,Q W, . Priscilla Lyon ra. . Mary McCarthy jesse McClure Rosalie McCormik 112 'E' iii, Sherry Mahon l 4. William Manix 3,9- '-x 113 , 'av' 'bfr Virginia MCGeever jam es Macck Susan Ma honey 'quits fi 04.4 . ...Q-4 Charley Martin Staneiy Mathews james Matteucci Timothy Mauch Michael Maxwell Betty Minckler Judith Mohwinkel if CLASS IQ it 5 joan Morris Olive Mundale Donald Morgan Rosetta Nault john Moskal . 1-Q i ii G'-Q ' .... , ,f .1 f. Catherine Mullaney XR 114 l Q' 'wmv t"-v-vi Sf' ""7 William Nickerson GF l 967 Judy Nickol .,::gu,. 115 -8 -ani' james Nelson Yvonne Nelson Judy Neufeld '33 jerry Noble Edward Nord Mari O'Leary Myron Olson recourse must be had If the human mind is to have calmness in crises S to the power that prayer gives. Mary Osowski Roger Ouellette .41 Ga ry Pac hek Dean Palmer Frank Pa rrella 43 Sam Snyder receives a demonstration on how Students forget their studies during an Laszlo Palfalvi x f ffe.-3,-eg ffl' do ,,. X l ff' . , . A 'N' Mr. Taylor, Public Relations Director, addresses the 116 a I , av, 155' to use the new reg- istration cards. intriguing game of bridge. Barbara Paul SCI? freshmen at an orientation week luncheon. A 6- , Q Sandra Parsons jack Paskvan Harry Payelle Burton Pease Ca roi Penberthy Donald Peterson Mike Phelan Thomas Pings -,pk 'J Robert Price Rosemary Rasmussen Mariann Reinert Mary Ann Robbin Y T' Kenneth Rada E' 'Z' 'Q X jane Rance Guy Robbins Burgess Roe Robert Rowan Josephine Savoy as, 5x "5-1 Michael Shiff Charles Shikany Paul Skites A CLASS f ll Shirley Smith Tina Soule Gregg Steckler Margaret Steen Lynclen Smithson 'TCD' Samuel Snyder 120 ' l 4' 'X Constance Sullivan -psa- CF I 967 james suuch 4:- GY. 121 -90 F: V I 1-Q C? Camille Stefani Mary Ann Stevens Claudia Strainer "1 Michael Swartz Donald Sweet Dennis Taplin Lelsla Teichrow ,J Nancy Tiffany The student body goes mauve for President Ken nedy s visit to Great Falls 122 Licia Ubillus 1 115 J . Harold Tuss john Wa rner e: 12 ' B-., - S--n-f '35, ss Dorothy Dunn plays the piano while Carolyn Sink, Lynne Dusenberry, Kathy Steiger, D'Et Lawson, and Barbara Manchak join in a song fest. M. i 5- "-1? Q Byron Weber Barbara Wegner Michael Westrorn Paul White Paul Willis Richard Willmot Karen Wood ci Q. Clifford Young . 65 Lorene Zuelke 4.- 41 Peggy Zuelke ifcfivf 'pad It'S not only the freshmen that are confused. fixifxi NX .ax 3. Cx' Marie Graham 'J 'I fn' Sally Berntsen 3 Monte Ferguson .ga john Glen POST-GRADUATES Phillip Lovchik Fred Mitchell Jeanne Myers ,A ja mes V olk Ben Wuerthner If the Whole human is to mature, we must learn from the life and death of our leaders. SW x, f Q, ' 3 'Q I I 9 I 'a o 1 -? ', .1 13 vi fm, I 2600 I I I I I I I 5 S I I 'jjj "ffQ'm , WI' :JET 1' 4- I1 1 f "' fn L. CP:-ao-ro av BUREAU OF RECLAMATIONXD .1- mon-foam,-4. v vw. , 'niv- yi wk if Aww it 'Q' ll' 1 CDRGANIZATIONS fi sf' Q F rf Q l JUDY O'BRI.EN JOSEPH PRESSLITZ ARLEN STEUBS THERESA NELSON Secretary Vice -President President Business Manager STUDENT SENATE The Associated Students of the College of Great Falls is com- posed of officers elected by the student body, class officers, and representatives of va rious clubs and organizations on campus. It exists for the control of all matters of general student concern, the supervision of ASCGF affairs and activities, the approval of all actions taken by the committees and the individual organiza- tions on affairs that concern the student body, the allocation of money to various clubs and organizations, the promotion of an intramural athletics program, the development of educational, cultural, and entertaining convocations, the planning and super- vision of social activities of an all-campus nature, and the pro- motion of school development and public relations. 128 in . - - Q ,.,l A A iz, ig gh, K if A . SENATE COMMITTEES Serving as advisors to the Student Senate are Mr. Stevens and Mr. Foley. map. BUDGET COMMITTEE members include Theresa Nelson Qchair- manj, Sister Katrina Qadvisorj, Tonya Young, Marcia Moriar- ity, Warren Dean, and john Bateman. Student Senate in action. gif 'Z' X v- CONVOCATIONS COMMITTEE members include Mr. Iverson Qco-chairmanj, Marilyn Pederson. Coreen Glen. Judy O Brien foo-chairmanj. and Mike Rosbarsky. n' - ,.--3, ,- 5 x. fi l N n Y-I PUBLIC RELATIONS AND DEVEL- OPMENT COMMITTEE members include Mr. Lee Qadvisorj, Mr. Taylor Qadvisorj, Joe Presslitz, Kent Griffin, Theresa Nelson, Warren Dean, Gary Teigen, Steve Weber, Cseatedj Arlen Steubs Qchairmanj and Judy O'Brien. 2, HONORS SYSTEM COMMITTEE members include Judy Gunlikson, Gary Teigen, Bill DiRocco, Mert Hagen Qchairmanj, Steve Weber, Qseatedl Art Geiger, and Marlene Rance. STUDENT UNION BOARD members include Theresa Nelson, Pat Mon- roe, Michele Etchart, fseatedb Mr. Gianalious fchairmanj. I-IOMECOMING COMMITTEE members include Bob Bruskotter, Diane Nathe, Joe Presslitz Qchairmanj, Warren Dean, Judy Harmon, and Chuck Shikany. SENATE COMMITTEES 130 Q ' anna-N, ...nn SENATE COMMITTEES CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE ., QV members include judy Harmon, joe Presslitz, Mert Hagen fchair- many, Bill DiRocco, Bob Price, s., and Mr. Foley Qadvisorb. 51 in C0 68 ATHLETIC COMMITTEE members include Keith Fahey. Steve Weber Qchairmanj Tony Tognetti Qseatedj, Daisy Anderson, and Bob Bruskotter. W3 X, SOCIAL COMMITTEE members in- clude Mert Hagen, Theresa Nelson joe Presslitz Qchairmanj, Diane SCHEDULING COMMITTEE mem' Name, and Don Murray. bers are Mel Beam and Art Geiger fchairmanj. "Pri A .LIB alan . J - lil, 'n ALPHA PHI OMEGA Bob Keene, vice president, Ken Haines, treasurerg Dennis Moss Qseatedj president, Mr. Peres- sini, advisorg Gene Desjarlais, sergeant-at-armsg Dick Millard corresponding secretary. Alpha Phi Omega is a national men's service fraternity whose objectives and fundamentals are service to the student body and faculty, service to youth and community, service to members of the fraternity and service to the nation as participating citizens. The fraternity crosses all lines of honorary, social and professional fraternities, thus leaving members of other campus organi zations free to be active in the fraternity. The brothers of the fraternity make their influence felt as a leavening for constructive activity in their student bodies. Alpha Phi Omega promotes a pro gram of Leadership, Friendship, and Service. A. P. O. members include ffirst rowb Mike Ramsey, Ken Haines, Dick Millard Dennis Moss Mel Beam, jerry Dalbec, Bill DiRocco, Bevy Ball. fSecond rowj Carl Lindblom Gene Desjarlais Tom Anderson, Tony Tognetti, Dick Thornton, james Colla, Bob Keene, Mr Peressini QTh1rd rowj Bill Scotson, Qulan johnson, Larry Elliot, joseph Guannu, Sam Coleman Ed Nord Phil Carden, Mike Kelly. 132 GAMMA SIGMA S IGMA Karen Reid, second vice president, Marilyn Pederson, treasurer, Marilyn Comes, secretary, Tamara Murphy, president, Marcia Moriarty, first vice president, Shirley Kovachich, recording secretary, Linda Avila, student senate representative. Gamma Sigma Sigma is a national women's service sorority whose purpose is to assemble college women in the spirit of service to humanity. It serves to develope friendship among women of all races and creeds through working side by side and through the fulfillment of goals common to all. Gamma Sigma Sigma renders service to its school, community, and nation. G.S.S. members include fFirst rowj Ruth Kiefer, Shirley Kovacich, Karen Reid, Tamara Murphy Marcia Moriarty, Marilyn Pedersen, Marilyn Comes, Linda Avila. QSecond rowj Bonnie Hender- son, Sandra Parsons, Rosemary Arnold, Theresa McKenna, Diane Nathe, Sharon Nelson, Carol Helseth, Patricia Baker, DiAnne Jeffrey, Camile Stefani, Judy Harmon, Georgia Carras, Clara Helseth, Mary Osowski. 'I - ri' :Q I if . T QW , we , . . ,R , i l l x 'Vx Eg t Q! 133 .' l W 1 -, - - ,. :UM Iii lg- "5 H gsm Umtf 4 ' ,g ,sv .si '- 15 , 1 I al, 1 ,aiensli P g ...!"'1 ' asf,-Q'-Lf' -s'ff"f' ummm 4 5 ,.,,,.., zz 7 ' FEI! -, as af, 1" , . t , -lllskil' Ili' W" ' 'LYFW if Zfll Am . ' 1 , I . I A ' Gamma Sigma Sigma and Alpha Phi Omega jointly sponsor the annual Mardi Gras. Members of this year's committee in- clude Shirley Kovacich, Marilyn Comes, Marilyn Pederson, l Theresa McKenna, Tamara Murphy, Linda Avila Qco-chair- manj, Karen Reid, Carl Lindblom, Bill Scotson Cco-chair- manj, Bob Keene, Bob English, George Shanley, Mike Ram- sey, Dennis Moss, and Dick Millard. Tamara Murphy conducts a Gamma Sigma Sigma Bob English and Tom Dimke put the meeting. finishing touch on the Mardi Gras decorations. ifgik X H- gs ',. N 1' . 'A wigs in f of fx-1 SWSQQ "Ulf -AX , MIQQQ xl "fy fl N : 'W l NX fl Children of St. Thomas Or- phans' Home enjoy the Mardi Gras as guests of Gamma Sigma Sigma and Alpha Phi Omega. I I I I I I I 1 's' 42 I I I I 7 Members of Gamma Sigma Sigma offer their services at a school smorgasborcl. cmd Registration day service. C Decoration for a school function Alpha Phi Omega members build booth for Christmas Tree Lane. V T I E S Service with a smile. 135 . 1 SS dx recourse must be had to the accumulated knowledge If the hrunan heart is to have endurance in these fearful days of a troubled world. 10 31833 03110 9397 Winter Sports Club officers for 1963-64 are jim Steensrud, presi- dent, Bill DiRocco, vice president, jane Rance, treasurer, Meri Van- deberg, secretary, and Marlene Rance, student senate representative. pg' ,gg A' vi.. ,JL 5, I N U -v -A I1 lm V ek If I li 4, 1 id .y CU N, 1 'sw' . The Winter Sports Club builds strong men. Who else is going to get Bill DiRocco's car out of the snowbank? g Mr. Taylor patrols the ski slopes ' , for any unruly CGF skiers. 3 . M121 '. I ' I Lmuflj " 4 john Shubat anxiously examines a ' -s 45 .- ,Q Ligi- fallen skier for broken bones. QThere weren't any., WINTER SPORTS CLUB gg, "K s 3 '- 6 Winter Sports Club members pose before a day's skiing at Kings Hill. Bill DiRocco, john Shubat, Mary Kay Lampman, jim Steensrud, Dick Deegan, Lynden Smithson, Janis Binkley, and Al Stapleton all look good - at the foot of the Hill. 4 Bill DiRocco is a typical vice president - al- ways loafing on the job. f RODEO CLUB Each year the Rodeo Club sponsors a dis- trict O-Mok-See, a tournament composed of games involving skilled horsemanship. Here are Rodeo Club members interspersed among other contestants for the grand Entry which begins the O-Mok-See. O-Mok-See games such as the pole relay and the barrel race demonstrate the co-operation necessary between horse and rider. The cold winds of Montana did not discourage a good- sized crowd. CGF students old-time cowpokes, and 137 sisters all joined in the fun. Rodeo Club members Karen Shea, Paula Barsotti, Bob Leicht, Wayne Martin fPresidentj, and Carol Ragland CSecretary-Treasurerj, plan this year's activities. . 'gggzle' Eda jane Rose, Lucia Pan and Judy Harmon are only part of the long "chow" line at the Rodeo Club barbecue. Home on the range - or at least on the Sun River Ranch. Margie jimmerson and Wayne Martin relax before participating in the Rodeo Club's annual Trail Ride. ATHLETIC BOOSTER CLUB William Osborne, formerly Head Basketball Coach, St. johns University, Collegeville, Min- nesota, speaks at the spring banquet. Many C.G.F. students were present at the banquet to receive their athletic awards. 5 A . B. C. officers include: Diane Nathe, student senate representativeg joe Hueth, presiclentg and Karen Shea, secretary-treasurer. 1-4 The "kick-off' project for the new tennis court. BUSINESS 81 ECONOMICS CLUB A group of local businessmen present a panel on "Free Enterprise." Students from the Economics class respond with questions, B. 81 E. officers include: Leslie Daily, vice presidentg Marilyn Comes, secretary-treasurerg V Q . . . . . in 'ink William Hansen, president and Bradley Adolphson, student body im- representative. I G , .U 41" ,I ., -,231 if Science Club officers include: john Weyh, presidentg Larry Elliott, vice presidentg Rita Menghini, secretary and Tonya Young, treasurer. 139 SCIENCE CLUB Science Club members pose in Science Amphitheatre. i -l lima E?Z???5i?????iii5?i55255551255?'V+55115:::::i::5af55511r::::::::...1 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Interested listeners at weekly meeting. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB officers include JoAnne Hawkins, treas- urerg Daisy Anderson, secretaryg Tim Moses, presidentg and Judy Hoffman, student senate representative. judge Paul Hatfield ad- dresses club members at a weekly meeting. Mert Hagen and Daisy Anderson discuss world problems with Under-secretary of State Averell Harriman at the annual confer- ence of the Rocky Mountain Reg- gional Association of International Relations Clubs held at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Members relax during one of the STUDENT EDUCATICN ASSOCIATION Qllllllql"tcfe b ,ml - ,- ' r. bi-weekly meetings. Teachers visit at a luncheon sponsored by S.E.A. dur- ing the Teachers Convention in Great Falls. S.E.A. officers include judy Hoffman, State Directorg Sharon Kakalycek, secretaryg Rita Meng hini, presidentg Tonya Young, treasurerg and Kathy O' Brien, senate representative. Graduates and former S.E.A. mem- bers discuss "What They Did Not Teach Us In College." Mr. Whooley, Association Advisor, discusses club problems with Sr. Agnes Kathleen. 141 FORENSIC ACTIVITIES Prattice makes perfect. N BELLE MASQUE SOCIETY Carl Dehne, student senate rep Sam Snyder practices resentativeg Linda Avila vice an original or-ation presidentg Pat Calaway secretary treasurerg Mike Rosbarsky pres identg Mr. F. j. Thornton advisor Members of the Hostess Club in- clude: fseatedj Mary Ann Stevens, joan Morris, Rosalie McCormick, Judy Hoffman, jean Graff, Marilyn Comes, Karen Reid, Shirley Kovacich. fStandingJ Sue jones, Geraldine Kohut, Shirley Granbois, Tamara Murphy, Karen Shea, and Patsy Bartoletti. CD' EMILY HALL First Semester Officers: Marilyn Comes, secretary, Lois Mainwaring, treasurerg Miss Klug, director of residence hallg Judy O'Brien, vice presidentg and Marion Gibbons, president. 1 Q if ,g itwgz ,tw , Que- Second Semester Officers: Clara Hall, treasurer, Lucia Pan, vice presidentg Mary Anne Branagan, president, and Michele Etchart, secretary. Outgoing president Marion Gibbons administers the presidential oath to the incoming president, Mary Anne Branagan. "Ill WI I First Semester House Council: CFirst rowj Marilyn Comes, Lois Mainwaring, Miss Klug, Judy O'Brien and Marion Gibbons. QSecond rowj Carol Foussard, Judy Hoffman, Mary Anne Branagan, Karen Reid, Diane Nathe, Judy Zikeli, Margaret Davis, Marlene Rance, Janet Draper, and Michele Etchart, Second Semester House Council: QFirst rowj Judy Harmon, Clara Hall, Lucia Pan, Mrs. Kuehn, Mary Anne Brana- gan, Michele Etchart, Kathy Van Hoorn. QSecond rowj Sue Bradac, Brigid Lim, Norma Anderson, Karen Rose, Thresea McKenna, and Eda Jane Rose. A --L11 ,xx ,-:Y ,- , Ah BAND and CHORUS members combine their talents for an all school convocation. Members of the Music Educator's National Conference pose for a M.E.N.C. officers include Anne Branagan secretary-treasurerg Don Murray, presi- dentg Russel Iverson, vice presidentg Mr. M. Iverson, advisor. V . f ff School musicians provide music mas Tree Lane for one of the Friday night dances ENSEMBLE mem- bers include Tom Haag, Karen Rose, George Shanley, Marilyn Zook, Gene Desjarlais, Janis Binkley, Gerald Kammerer, Sue Bradac, Don Mur- ray, Mary Anne Branagan, john Shork, Mary Kay Larnpman, and Mike Rosborsky. 7 vw' b X :gf SX imparted by instructors in classes and daily contact. Karen Shea, Mary Ann Hart and Kathy O'Brien check through various an- nuals in the Caritas office to get ideas for different activity pictures. Judy Neufeld of the club staff con- sults with photographers Bob Leicht and Brigid Lim. I 4 Sports co-editors Mel Beam and Keith Fahey paste the basketball pictures for the Caritas sports section. 146 1 -I ' .. fl-- Deep in conference, jerry Wallace Sandy Knudsen, Peggy Kordos and Judy O'Brien of the club staff, de- cide the sequence of pages for the clubs and organizations. Beaming happily, john Larkins looks at the 1963 CARITAS. tHe was the 1963 Editorb Sill il Beaming since another issue has gone to press, Bob Cookingham, Don Brockland, judy O'Brien, Keith Fahey, Karen Rose and jane jacob- son gather trium- phantly around Doug Teddy. Members of IMPACT staff, with Sister Mary David, adviser, meet in IMPACT office for a bi- weekly work session. IMPACT, the campus newspaper, is dis- tributed every other Friday during the school year. Bob Cookingham, news editor, feverishly checks copy before deadline . The copy is due at the printer's at three o'c1ock! Doug Teddy, editor-in- chief, takes time to smile while writing his editorial. 'iiwi"l ff in 1 . K 'Q ' X1 - AN x ' '1 . I 54. ' ,, .0 get - -,,-,, W THE CONF RATERNITY OF CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE is concerned with the liaty's sharing in the teaching aposto- late of the Church. Lynn Dusenberry, Margie Rowell, james Godfrey, Kathie Mullaney, and jean Graff are five of the group's catechism teachers. gt. 1, 1 RELIGICJUS Taking time out from teaching duties for a weekly luncheon meeting, members are here gathered around Don Brock- Sister Providencia, Father Keenan, and Mel Beam distribute clothing to Mount Royal chil- dren at St. Vincent Center. An important part of the CGF school year is the All- Campus Retreat. This year's Retreat masters, Father Pacificus and Father Declan, here prove that they enjoy a good meal as much as anyone. 148 land, president. Seated are Patsie Bartoletti, jim Godfrey, john Fradet, Don Brockland, Kathie Mullaney, Karen Rose, Lynne Duseriberry and Rosetta Nault. Standing: Kamisha Samson, Eda- jane Rose, Sue jones, Linda Norsby, Sister Providencia, moderator, and Geraldine Kohut. ORGANIZATIONS OUR LADY OF PROVIDENCE SODALITY emphasizes devotion to the Blessed Virgin with stress placed on the interior life. Father Hopkins, spiritual director, is here pictured with Karen Rose, treasurer, Sue Bradac, secretary, Marilyn Zook, prefectg Edajane Rose, vice prefectg Sister Aloysius, spiritual clirectorg Mrs. Brandon, faculty adviser, and Qseatedj Mary Osowski, pub- licityg and Patsie Bartoletti, historian. Yvonne Nelson, booth decoration chair- man, presides at the Sodality candle booth at the Christmas Tree Lane bazaar. "And then there was this big, fierce dragon, Mel .... " CCD members Caccompanied by Father Keenan on this tripj often find unsuspected bonuses - this one in the form of a youthful storyteller. IN SERVITIO ECCLESLAE consists of a group of organized college men who render their ser- vices to God by assisting the Priest as altar boys each Week at daily Mass. Here, one of the members assists at the President Kennedy Memorial Mass . 149 R Wlffl! 3 E ,- I- WHO'S WHO fFirst rowj Arlen Steubs, joe Presslitz, jack Weyh. CSecond rowj Marcia Moriarty, Karen Reid, Daisy Anderson. fThird rowj Steve Weber, Judy O'Brien, Don Murray, Diane Nathe, Mert Hagen, Tamara Murphy, john Larkins and Carolyn Robisch. ' i 4 Danforth Fellowship nominees are Douglas Teddy and joe Presslitz. 150 l w 1. . 7 iu U ' 42' ' . R34 f I yi qi !i HONORS SEMINAR members include fFirst row seatedj Agnes Kwan, Bridgid Lim, Judy O'Brien DiAnne jeffrey, Pat Baker, Daisy Anderson. CSecond row standingj Qulan johnson, joe Presslitz, jack Weyh, Gary Gil- bert and Steve Weber. KAPPA Y W- ' ' V 5 .I ii' lv " fe W f ' ,A . X A, 1 f lf - . L 5 ' 4 'i i 1-1 1 Phillip Lovchik joyce Nardinger This honor, based on scholarship, integrity, and services throughout the school years, was awarded at graduation in june of 1963 to the outstanding senior boy and girl. jack Weyh, senior, has been awarded a teaching assistantship in chemistry at Washington State University, Pullman, Washington Rita Menghini, senior, has been awarded a teaching assistantship in the department of mathematics at Montana State Universityg Mis- soula, Montanag joe Presslitz, senior, has received a graduate fellowship in bio-chemistry at St. Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri. 151 , r "2-17' 152 ACTIVITIES B I I II 'X 51 1 II 1, :I II II I I 3 I 11 153 Sister Helen Paula, Registrar, advises a find 3 Short line- student on required subjects . Q TF wr '15' 1?- Q- -' ' 'A' 4- 11: 3, :gtg V , it 1 ' . 4 ' ' cis . ,- A Nm . . fr ,' 5.5 -gif. . if I .u if 5 we gig I Q i f i ,S i if, au A ,A X11 . A lr ' 'L Y r f X Some are even fortunate enough to REGISTRATION Cierneta Schall determines the total as Margaret Davis awaits the outcome. Three books for one course! FS SL 2 Confusion reigns in the bookstore. H -2. 22535515 5 1 . t "IK H., , . x-V rf un E P '5.,-g'Qj-.'f-- 1 -'L-f yn 6 - I . ' f A ' .. , 85" 'A . Ay'-N rf" ' Y, l .. N yi, xxx. , W - H A l Q.. 1 ' "KU " A Q '5- , .N --A wg - - , - .' ' gpm'-".i'?. 3f'fgw,,. 4-'j .jf .RQQ ' -Q- -f - -+.tjiQL,...,f:s .. ,, g, M W A ' , , an .gg ,. aw.-., 'sv .. -A' -.L ' ' '- 4-as-: YN: ' :- . -cgi? l fiat. i W' -fist: . N - Fi" K " -'l"'..-fifff :Alia f: H ' ' sas '., Q 1-f if+Q"1,::i i jiffffi ua: .Xxx-,,1,-SX,,+ kj,Z'T.s, '?z1'igfk-igz.,s,,21.-'31 ',c2ggn.f.j Y . ,M h e + 1 x - Eiiagw-: cu.. J4,,gw5,f5SQ-2 535631533 Qrkjg ,N .. Y ,. '-.fr-1 Y Q- '- ., .auf . M' My-in ' a , Innocent Freshmen mistake eggs for the grindstone. FRESHMAN WEEK Freshmen display traditional green beanies . Q--""" A a Sophomore Class President Bill Di Rocco dictates punishments to the offenders. 4 Where did you say the water tap Was? So this is the way we get our food! ,S!Ws-.Q I, 1. xlf '...Yw.. A.- .LNMA .f-, A, 1 ,, f,,A N 9,7755 !l7l'Q'QLL 51311 "E HG! Ed 'Qlffl S 5 'Q 2 --SN yd Mm 'Qi 1: QM- Kf V QQ lg' L-29,1 SHQL E2 UMM: 4 'EE 9 MQ Q K5 " A ' 'lf AI q'3'T":x f' 7 475712 H'f':XLiT'T'g .A"" 'fa Q5 5 Q9 'msd Q LQ 'wus 'sn Q92 AQUUQQ Q5 Af1F5,ffq5ff1,ffX-, ,L ,U ,ML ,M ,L 5 .,4w,1L-Wm, 'E President of the Alumni Association Dr. Frank L. Obstarczyk, places the royal cape on Mary Anne Branagan, the 1963 Homecoming Queen. 3 Referees Harvey Mass and Larry Elliot watch as Sopho- - Excitement mounts on the more-junior captains jim Carlile and Keith Schall, and Freshmen-Senior cap- tains joe Presslitz and joe Zuncich flip the coin to see who kicks off. 52 C i lx' 1 ,..' 7 -1' . Q 'Q 2 I 91 '29 1 fqafff? . 4 jc A .1 .. a ' A -'ir ' ff? Y"'7 ' e , 1 A ' , K. - ,I fy .' . . - ' -1,2-N,-N ,rl 4 ll' ' A L . - 1 'T VL H - U I .I -N ly: - . A - ... 'ff' A -'Nt-- M ir- -N - .... - . ,-1--' - V -ii' ' -1"" .- V ,,,,,.r--1' ----" - ' H Q 1 ff iff, -A -. -. V. , " "-f-- itf "" - ' L111ie:a'1,p..,, V .- , if . . A g 1 .f-- wffpffi . L4r3:: Mg :Q ,izxigfm ,,, M4732-:y...w ,a:Ln,'5+, .x,-:Mt Pom Pom girls entertain during half time. A 156 . . yr., , - f. ,. ,K W, tg ' 7,2 a vl,-fy.. -E-. .7-5" , ' '- ',g",ff"i.,gs2f. ,a17Z,'h+,g4!',::'.,- fra,-..,,.h --5.3: A. t -igwtw h ,. I A-,3Z,5t, . ., bv: , 'M X -: ..,f,,-- .545 ,., ' V mmf: ' ,. - .'..-' - 4- . J.,--i, - V . l .' . ' -tnwmcqt. uM. ...- i- -ff .1 'Liv-fy .. :tw eve of Homecoming. Cheerleaders and fans root for their favorite team as the Sophomore-junior team scores the victorious touchdown. HOMECOMING 'lb-Q. Scif Q V1 I. t 1 i I X4 . i 2' 1 , Karen Reid models one of the fashions presented durmg the Homecommg Junior jim Naughton darts to the left Style Show' to avoid Senior joe Zuncich, during the traditional Freshmen-Senior, Sophomore-junior football game. fx W 1 HOM COMING UEEN ' MARY ANNE BRANAGAN ' me X X X HOMECOMlNGi PRINCESSES DONNA GILBERT -.....,.--I--via. ,. --- . . ,ff TAMARA RPHY E.. I W2 -X 6 COLLEEN KELLEYb X L2 F!! ,. :Q -1. , 2.5 X ax. .'5'Sl 5. J . A-, lt's way out Man! Lorene Zuelke and Bob Price pose after Winning the prize 7 for- the best costumes I K Gary Williamson andjanice BALL Hilton enter the Ball in true beatnik fashion. The mistifying dry ice disappears as the evening of dancing draws to a close . Alpha Phi Omega members and dates i enjoy "the seniors' night out." SENIOR BALL "MISTY" Dick Gannon, Theresa Nelson, Ed and Kathy Murphy pose for a picture before leaving "Misty." 160 ' Wonder what this gal found in Sa.nta's Storehouse. ,xx T-Mi -' '.":'2l 5 f1'.1afJ5"'fw 'Xrlw iii ' . , fl. '53 r ' I gi Watch it fellows--that timel has to be straight. CHRISTMAS TREE LANE These two look terribly industrious, don't they? Boy: I want a ball, a big bruiser, a wrecking truck, ....... Girl: He is not either the same Santa Claus we saw downtown. 161 1357 ,rr - 1, ., ut ,-I ' 4. ' 5 s ' "'T1 '1 ' J,MX':.j!'Ff 1 1 Vg," ,. ,gr CL? - I, 4-, ff- rf - 1 in-.5 gi 5 K J 1 ,' xx .- L, ,J 1' dk 5 :ff 'f X Na Y Kc ' ,K X .. ' N -www . W, " 1 N N - x MJ 'MISTLETOE MAGIC HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS" 164 CHORAL The Chorus presents its Annual Christmas Program under the direction of Sister Aloysieus. Mr. Iverson studies the libretto of "The Boy Friend" with jerry Pokarney, Torn Anderson, and Phil Carden, who were among those who recorded the music for Havre High School. Digressing from the usual college entertain- ment, the chorus sings at the Miss Great Falls Centennial Contest. ACTIVITIES The Christmas Program also included a "home like" creation of Christmas in the true atmos- phere. 42' wf Wu 4' '69- 1-xt :- Nm 51516 5B'5'lQi'7Q1ilG5 L ,, ar r 1-1 f 3- 'Y ,. ,+1' ! , . -: ,X f, X' 'ffi-fffgsgg A .V -M ,,.,, Q . x ' xm. X ,7 . Mi -" fi:-ra Q W Q 'Qfwl 5i.4uf,. 35. 5 . . L , N.- BELLE MASQUE SOCIETY PRESENTS - -z- " ir, 'ma usfman5 can' S I b 3. I t H aiiord to waste my tllne hke dns. " E IMAGINARY INVALID , I that nail! S mg th t hammer' S I3 S " ne squirt!" 1 f J bl r If ". . . this is something you should be grateful for." ,P P' his .3 "What are you doing there?" Q.. x -VN! LP' I r- ,gf 'zu .gli x- 51: s I .J "My father dead! Oh, no. lt's more thanl can bear.' CAST OF CHARACTERS Monsieur Argan ..........,. . . Toinette, the maid and nurse .,.. Angelica, Argan's elder daughter Beline, Argan's wife ......,.... Monsieur Bonnefoy, a lawyer .... Cleante, in love with Angelica. . Dr. Diaforus .................. Dr. Thomas Diaforus, his son ...... , . Louise, Argan's younger daughter .... . . . ...Noel Kelly . . . .Pat Calaway ....Linda Avila . .... Barbara Fields ... Robert Price .... Robert Leicht . ..... Robert Rowan Michael Rosbarsky .Mary Ann Stevens Monsieur Beralde, Argan's brother. . . ..... Ray Areshenlco The Apothecary ................. . . .Lynden Smithson Dr. Purgon ....... . , . . . .Carl Dehne Vivat, vivat, vivat Argan." "Ah, Doctor Diaforus, I'm so happy to see you. " 167 2 A u',l.Xi3'3iq U . ,, , ,J 1 r. W MARDI All dressed up and no place to go. EW Set 'em up, bartender-- Cokes for everyone. Seven, It's a tie! DEALEP r- : ,.: e I 2 we A J Well, how do you like that? OOOO! Isn't this exciting? .K- J fr But you'd make a good knife thrower, john. 5.- GRAS Q' in .Q- We're just having a ball. A R 4 your --11 '-9 - 7 -' "'-Q. --Y-:-1 The brewm aster testing Dead Pan Alley. another batch of brew. l . . .X . The kids finally found the toys. Ahhh! Here comes the wine. 5.- dv' W 'P w I ' .l If. " , p .0 f 52 Z " ' " 5 A - - ' A X u In f 2 ,M-ARD! 'gs RAS f A- n 1 ' ' W - if . , r J .- , f "ff ft f ,- QUEEN PAULA BARQOTTI l I Q ff! ' 4 r. - : A - I ., ,, fv KING BoB KEENE : ,W f .I 1, ' 152, ,.,f , - 'V 1 ' ' ffll xr 2: ' If '-,'14,",, "I 11 N g 'S , - J. Y X I Y -7 I 5 ' 25,4 A -X' ,ll 1-.4 lu' V 5 U. ' ?"'3fA vi Q ff - : .53 f ,. - f .A ,X- Z S I I X " w., ,, , L .l.'d,.:1.! 4. 1,4 .xl - 'L L YV! Ti GRAS A Einar 2 B x g, I 1 1 . jg ' - .x. Q J ., . -. ,9- Y ,, ,54 'vw' CONVOCATIONS I l The Mountain States Telephone Chorus was featured in an October program. Songs from musicals such as "My Fair Lady", "Oklahoma", and "Porgy and Bess" plus several novelty numbers highlighted their perform ance' Reverend Robert Tobin, a member of I .5 3' 5 Q 3 , g 5 -5 X the Maryknoll Fathers, told CGF stu- , I Q , ,. . 1 , 'Q 1 I 3 Q... ,re i'i' , 2 , , : . Q dents in October that the idea of A "helping people help themselves" is z 2 F ' the key to successful programs of aid to my E Q , individuals in needy nations. Father Tobin is a veteran of six years of mission activities in several sections of Peru, and has worked with Peace Corps and Papal Volunteer members there. Reverend Alan Keenan, English Franciscan friar, conducted a three-part seminar on "Human Relations and Communications" in january. Here, shown at a no-host luncheon honoring Father Keenan, are Mr. Floyd, l Sister Rose Irrn a, Father Keenan, Father Fox, Sister Rita, Sister Katrina Reverend Doctor Comehus and Arlen Steubs. I. Kelly from Carroll College chats with Reverend Doctor Robertj. Fox, CGF philos- ophy professor. Father Kelly discussed "A World Without Truth" during the St. Thomas Acquinas fe ast day program in March. 5- 173 A multilingual concert harpist, Miss Susann McDonald played music spanning three centuries and two continents at an October convocation. Contemporary English composer David W atkins' "Fire Dance" concluded her program. This particular selection was written especially for Miss McDonald and was premiered by her in Paris last year. ra-7-:F J! -in 4,1 ' Student body president Arlen Steubs and CGF chaplain Father Robert Hopkins escort the Most Reverend William J. Condon, D.D. , Bishop of Great Falls, after his morning convocation discussion, "Reflections on the Vatican Council", in February. "American-Europe: The Great Misunderstandingu was the theme of the first speaker in the series, Dr. Erik Ritter von Kuehnelt- Leddihn. Mrs. Walter lensen, president of the CGF Guild, Sister Rita, CGF president and Mr. and Mrs. Gelissen welcome Mr. Leddihn at the Guild coffee hour in his honor. Edward J. Kirchner, director of international relations for the Association for International Development and United Nations representative for Pax Romana confers with Sr. Norita and Miss Martine au, CGF co-chairmen for CIRCLE. His lectures dealt with "Communist, Democratic and Catholic Youth Activities" and "The Christian and His International Responsibility. " 174 CONVGCATIONS Pianist Soulima Stravinsky, son of lgor, is hosted after his formal evening concert in February by the CGF Guild. At this concert, he dedicated the new Steinway concert grand piano, a gift from the General Council of the Sister of Providence, marking the centenary of the order in Montana. Shown here are Mrs. Owen Floyd, Sister Rita, Mr. Iverson, and Mr. Stravinsky. 'ma .4 ,J as fflaxv .L .f f 1 1 V In 9. Part of the reception line after the evening concert is shown here. ln the morning student convocation, Mr. Stravinsky discussed contem- porary music, emphasizing that "the only way to keep our artistic sense alive is to be people of our own time." Dr. Oliver Caldwell, assqciated commissioner and director of inter- national education for the United States Office of Education, addresses Great Falls community members, including Sister Agnes Kathleen and W mayor Marian Erdm ann. "The Liberal Arts in a Revolutionary World" was the second program in the CIRCLE series. The CGF project in international under standing, Contemporary international Realities Challenge ljberal Education QCIRCLEL conducted in cooperation with the American Association for Teacher Education, revolves around the fact that human nature is the same everywhere. As part of is program, CIRCLE sponsors a Distinguished Lecturer Series, the theme being "Hum an Nature - Key to Understanding in a Troubled World. " .Xxx g, Sax :--XX. .. , , -Lia .. Wh.. - ..,.i..il-i , --.Ji X. 'N ' -X-A - , X , X S N-NXVKX K' X5 x"' ,xxx XX -F -xt W' ' x Xxx X rm M xx'-1,,,w K hm" -, , k -xxx, 5 Y -W ,..-..., -..., V, --, 4 L 1-Y ' . EMILY HALL In a perfect Hawaiian setting Margaret Davis serves the drink ofthe island. L 4 "BLUE HAWAII" Hawaiian delicacies from fresh ripe fruits and roasted stuffed pig to varied spiced nuts reign supreme. "Aloha, G ary. " DINNER-DATE DANCE f I. fl R Fresh orchid leis flown in from Hawaii grace the Emily Hall girls and their escorts. 176 i ff 'YEL-2 BEM The Sophomore float, one of the twelve, featured a lions vs faculty game. THE ROMAN HOLIDAY PARADE ' ee ' ,, 214' I . W gk, h' N. . A ', is Tr'-LY gh: 1 1 ff P-A L '-' lfffgr ,' ' ' y t'Wf'f'7' ' ' W ,. - "-'-va. -'. xox' y,'!-.lt h, .. , ,na , . '- Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity "persuaded" the pledges to pull the slave auction float and the Chariots. X tffif J 'v' li v"v4 f,uwf""' ' I O Spring is in the air as "Roman Holiday" draws to a close. DANCE Tam ara, Marilyn, Shirley, and their escorts admire the prom favors, engraved memo pads. ' ' ' W'-'is -.1 """'--A .AKD 7 gi JL' :A N' E :.:A1'i 1 ,V if , ,I Y P""f' ,FY j. fb: XQY v-v ,I A- 1 LWVA ,.f, m . 1 I P of A ,A ,, r4 A 'Il' in F x DX P' 'WW ' - J- r , , we ,.' . H J'-1 '.l4'.l"!'-Q? L A 1 if :,4...,--- Karyl and Terry Higgins are fascinated by the colorful bubbling spring. AND X T1 JK- 40 L 2 a l , 1963 JuNloR PROM QUEEN THERESA NELSCJN ,AO if x HH, if i. a.,x ,,! 4, , B' - -' '11 05.35 -' V V1 'a 4 ' I-'Jw iv r' A K I A ' - f. 1 ,Y w ,! X I I .4 "Pg 5 f ., " 1 A' I ,ii ,ng wid' 151.37 JV. Diane Nathe escorted by John Larkins. ' Ufn.j'iI 5 1 g f 9,4 -av gt E 5 'FY fi-i X-wx, MWA ' I 2 .55 1 ng: , 'J I 1 2 1 in ,mn K, K5 IE N -ww 4' -' Milnncnnp 1 h, .. W...-fi . , 3 fl' ' 1 mi""'s- '- N' 32" 21312255 ' 'Z ' Karen Reid escorted by James Carlile. 'J '.,- 4-' 'V - . Kathleen QM aresj Murphy escorted by Ed Murphy. PROM PRINCESSES fi.. Escort Richard Gannon and Queen Theresa Nelson lead the students in the Queen's dance. FCOTBALL TEAMS fy It K KEGGERS - Glen Fish, Tony Rio, Warren Dean, Keith Schall, Carl Diekhans, Iim Bundi, jim Duggan. i The champion MO- JACKERS - Qbackl joe Presslitl, jim Carlile, Garry Williamson, joe Zuncich, joe l-lueth. Qfrontj Mike Ramsey and Jerry Schroer. Q5 wins - O lossesj JETS - Qbackj Harvey Maas, Steve Weber, Ben Webinger, Dick Deegan, Qfrontj jim Naughton, john Cannon, Larry Miller, Marv Strom. Q4 wins - 1 lossj Q3 wins - 2 losses, The Keggers kick off! Members of the Homecoming ALL-STAR teams - fbackj joe Hueth, Steve Weber, Ben Webinger, Dick Thornton, Gary Williamson, Dick Deegan, Larry Miller, Tim O'I-Iare. ffrontj Lynden Smithson, Bob Keene, joe Presslitz, Joe Zuncich, Doug Bleecker. Tony Seifert of the Sophomore-Junior All-Star team looks for running room in the Homecoming game. gg., 181 WAZOOS - fstandingj joe Zuncich, Bob Smith, Pete Gilligan, Ir. , Tim Shryne. fkneelingj jay jewett, Mike McGibbony. Early-morning action at the Hcisey, the Kids vs. the Hustlers. BASKETBALL TEAMS THE KIDS - fbackj joe I-Iueth, Stan Cross, Ernie Polutnik, Don Murray. ffrontj john Cannon, jim Naughton, Bob Bruskotter, Jerry Noble. ,,,,.-,- i Warren Dean sinks one in the second All-Star game with Carroll. QP iw, no ' CI-IUMPS - fbackj jerry Wilkins, Marvin Strom, Harvey Maas, Frank Zvonar. Qfrontj john Farley, jr. , Randy Connell, Tom Anderson. M ALL- STAR TE AMS mTeam Don Stemple Ron janikula joe Zuncich Bill Miller Keith Schall Bob Gersack Ernie Polutnik Joe I-Iueth Stan Cross Don Murray Dan Ryan, Coach Second Team Pete Ci lligan, jr. Rick Chesner john Farley, Jr. Warren Dean Tony Tognetti Frank Zvonar Dick Wilmot Tony Seifert Herman johnson Bob Smith Carroll's first team defeated the CGF All-Stars for the third consecutive year, 88-75. Our second team also fell to Carroll, 65-60. In the NMC game played at Great Falls' Central gym, however, the first team defeated NMC, 72-61, with the second team also winning, 63-52. 9' - 1- 'snu- ,,,. . RINKY-DINKS - fbackj Steve Weber, Ben Webinger, Tim Keat- ing. ffrontj Dean Boyce, Art Geiger, Byron Weber. -X -- -if-s!!?'2 3-1 K32 ' UNKNOWNS - fbackj Bob Gersack, Lee johnson, That's Joe Zuncich, joe Hueth, Bill Miller, and Ron Janikula taking a break early in the Tony Tognetti, Warren Dean, Larry Ballantyne. Qfrontj jim Duggan, Keith Schall, Norman Bal- lantyne, Bill Miller, Tim Barbour. r .as-, fourth quarter in Helena. Chuckers, Carroll grabs the rebound! Dean Boyce sinks 2 for the Rinky-Dinks against the Spear- 183 4 i i I BASKETBALL TEAMS HUSTLERS - fbackj Bruce Shockley, joe Taborek, jim Carlile. ffrontj Don Brockland, Mike Hueth, Don Ste mple, Gary Williamson. The Wazoos control the jump! CARTWI-IEELERS - Dick Lynch, Ken Triepke, Bob Keene, Mike Krings. Hey, Ben! What do you think we should do? SPEARCHUCKERS - Qbackj john Bateman, Ray Bautista, Fred Sagebaum, Doug Simmons. Qfrontj Bob Oos, Dennis Menghini, Chuck Shi- kany, Terry Richardson. The champion ZEPHYRS - fbackl Judy Neufeld, Dave Prescott, Diane Dignin. Qfrontj Barry and jerry Hutchison. BAUTISTA'S TEAM - Doug Sim- mons, Marilyn Zook, Ray Bau- tista, Judy Hoffman and Frank Kunz. BOWLING TEAMS We had a few "firsts" in our college bowling league this year. With an in- crease of interest in the sport, the league grew from six to ten teams, the most in the school's history. To accomodate this growth, our business was tal-:en to l.ittle's Lanes, a downtown bowling establishment. The league bowled on Saturday evenings with the regular season extending lrom Sep- tember ZS to February 29. With the regular season ending in a tie, the Zephyrs defeated Doulas' team in a roll-off for the championship. That's Barry Hutchison demon- strating the style that gave him high average in the league, 181. RAT-FINKS - Dennis Peck, Carol Foussard, Quentin johnson, Margie jimmerson, Kent Griffin. Hey, Diane! It's about that pin. x ADMINISTRATION XXX Xxfgw XX -A A 5 S X- xg --fm. xx XX f... X -55 xx AND FACULTY XX Li. , X R' X .gi , iii ii S x VF'x..,..,..f- Cb U' A.. , f 1 1 1 , , I I 'hi ni-6' 'T JA IL 7' x I 231 51' I I I. it s vw '1 I x yu L ,I P .1 TM . S- L' 5 . ' 0 ii 7 is .A 4: ' il!" viz: vw -. IQZ- W! '2.g A i, -,Qi 3?-A I 'Q id ". L 'EV' self ... , fx 'eff li ln gg.. '59 15. ,- fl 5 5 12 5.11 iii' ..i' BATEMAN'S TEAM - fbackj Ray Ehnes, Mike Brown, firontj Betty Minckler, john Bateman. Missing is Lorene Zuell-ie. Hurry up, Mil-ze! They're waiting for you! BOWLING The season was climaxed with the selection of an all-star team to compete with Carroll's bowling team. In the team match CGF topped Carroll by 200 pins. RAMSEY'S TEAM - Carolyn Robisch, Gary Williamson, Ruth Kiefer. Missing are Mike Ramsey and Karen Shea. 1 SNIFFERS - Keith Fahey, Kathy Wilsey, jean Wonder what Karen sees? Tenge, Ellie Wolff. Missing are Tony Seifert and Bill Abt. TEAMS Jerry Hutchison won the singles with joe Zuncich close behind. Other men making the trip were Barry I-Iutchison, Rick Chesner, and Keith Fahey. Diane Dignin throws at her spare. Diane rolled both high woman's game 1227i and series 16095 in the league. UNTOUCHABLES - Tim Moses, Diane Nathe, jim Nelson. Tim bowled the highest game 12561 and highest series Q61-4, in the league this year. Missing are Daisy Anderson and john Larkins. fi . 5 duff DOULAS' TEAM - fbackj john Elliot, joe Zuncich. ffrontj Sharon Nelson, john Doulas. Missing are Judy Zikeli and janet Draper. STRIKINGS - Qbackj Sam Coleman, Jerry i Kammerer, Gene Deslarlais. ffrontj Judy Mohwinkel, Laura Martin. ' THE ALLEY 17ers - Mil-ce Rosbarsl-cy, Pat Calaway, Carl Dehne, Donna Gilbert, and Noel Kelly. sf VCJLLEYBALL I Byron Weber and Tim Barbour challenge each others' skill as team members look on. Softball isn't really that soft! Hey Mister, what are you aiming for? SOFTBALL A home run! ' H . ,. . 'X 1 'lik -v ji. 1 V Q ,. .' H. . i 'N . r .Q , . - I .Q u . X 4 X 1-.' 6-.x. . ' gf J '. ADVERTISING cmd STUDENT DIRECTORY TT If UPI In Appreciation X To all of those who through gifts to the College of Great Falls in 1963 helped to Provide Christian education for youth INDIVIDUALS - FIRMS - CORPORATIONS Alpha Phi Omega Flynn Insurance Agency Dr. and Mrs. P. E. Logan Mr. and Mrs. Harry A1'mStrOI1g Errol F. Galt John L. McLaughlin, Incorporated American Telephone Company Gamma Sigma Sigma Montana Power Company Ross H. Barclay Rev. Eugene V. Gergen J. O. Mudd Family Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Bennett Betty Gilsgn, M,D, DI.. Davld McKay Bison Motor Company Mrs. Vernon Gleason Dr, F. L. Obstarczyk Carlson Music Company Thomas A. Gonser CO1-. C. A. 01-ndol-ff lghilip Cllieity Great galls gleaming Sezrvice The Pin Cushion Ogfswe gency Great aus ngravmg Ompanv Rt. Rev. Msgr. john E. Regan Louis S. Cohn Company Great Falls National Bank A J. E. Corette Hercules Powder Company 191111 S' Rlce , I L. F. Curry Hoglundis Sisters of Charity of Providence Mrs. Helen Dickson judge W. 1. jameson Hazel M' Steeflsfuq Mr. and Mrs. Frank Duval Francis L. Jensen Tflangle Cfedlt Umon Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ellis Dr. Millet F. Keller George L- Tracy Company First National Bank of Great Falls A. T. Klemens 8: Son DI- FI'3I1CiS L- Usick First Westside National Bank Arthur F. Lamey Walsh-Anderson Company Mrs. Ruth G. Fischer Pat Lee j. P. Wilkins, Sr. FOUNDATIONS Boise Cascade Corporation International Harvester Company Central Exchange Mary Ford Motor Company Franklin Electric Company General Foods Incorporated General Mills Incorporated General Motors Corporation Gulf Oil Corporation House I.B.M. I.C.F.A. john Deere Implement Company McLaughlin Foundation Merk Company Mountain States Tel. and Tel. Company National Biscuit Company National Dairy Products Corporation New York Life Insurance Company Proctor gl Gamble Socony Mobil Oil Company The Sperry Hutchinson Company Standard Oil Company United States Steel Corporation L . Cobb hold Finance Corporation Company SCHOLARSHIPS Advertising Club of Great Falls Knights of Columbus Dr. 81 Mrs. Robert Casey Kenneth Owsley McLaughlin Foundation Mary L. Cobb Foundation MEMORIAL FUNDS - Library and Chapel Mr. and Mrs. William H. Bertsche Elizabeth McClave Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blakeslee Mr. and Mrs. Ira McFadden Mrs. Glen E. Bliss Rice Truck Lines Mrs. james Bowers Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sanchez CGF Women's Guild Lt. and Mrs. I. Tonkovich Arthur Gonser Dr. George A. Sexton Thomas A. Gonser Sister Henry Alphonse Mrs. Walter H. Jensen Hazel M. Steensrud Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kernan COLLEGE OF GREAT FALLS ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 190 LW' X"w Mx xl Nfl ridl mlilngu VQY ' .- av -UR -S if fffontanazf fazyesf am! ffon fompfete Nin TA 2 Phone 452-QU75 f-511 fl! ., L ' if All Cream Camo xttt t fl p L me r- SUPER SONIC CAR WASH , All Brands of Motor Q11 K' U nmu1'E . X th Street Tenth Ave South Great Falls, Montana The New KAU FMANS Trophy Room for young men 412 Central Working shoulder to shoulder with you! All the folks at Montana Power do their best to be good n ' hb ' ' elg ors and good c1t1zens. If there's a nail to be d poun ed or a drive to carry on you can count on the Montana Power folks to help. ,-rv MONTANA RowER COMPANY lj SERWNG YOU IS OUP BUSINESS on 1 7-,- r Q Q2 r T 6 D 4 - J 191 BIMBO'S 2410 10th Avenue South 1 -. ---' A ROBERT F. PAPPIN JAMES E. DAHL J A PASCAL Pre -Mixed Concrete Phone Gen. Office 453-7693 Plant 453-7201 2100 Ninth Ave. No. Great Falls, Montana FLOYD PAPPIN 81 SON, INC. Congratulations ISO the Class of 64 THE MCGREGOR CLINIC BREAD Best Wishes Seniors GAMERS BAKERY Great Falls, Montana K , LY 1-fi? s Nelson-Scofield iire Co. Most Mode rn Recapping Machinery ETIRES New - - - Used- - - Recapped - Rear of Civic Center Dancing Every Night Except Monday THE CART WHEEL l9OO - lst Ave. South GREAT FALLS OFFERS YOU An Exclusive List of Franchised Dealers WALSH-ANDERSON Providing LUMBER COMPANY Complete Automotive Sales and Services! BARNES BUICK BISON MOTOR CO. CITY MOTOR CO. q. DON RYAN OLDS . ELLIS RAMBLER MOTORS, INC. BENNETT-PONTIAC MOTORS A DON REBAL LINCOLN-MERCURY INC. -' HAGGARTY iviorons, INC. Em. R f JARDINE Moron co. ,Qt Dots RICE MOTORS Cheng ROBINSON MOTOR CO. Barns WESTERN MOTORS X Patronize your new car Franchised Dealers ' They will appreciate your business! 0 They Offer Complete Automotive Service and - mix.. mf...-is ... Sales! GREAT FALLS AUTO DEALERS ASSQCIATIQN DIAL BILL-DING Great Falls, Montana 4544403 900 25 North 193 THE PETITE SHOPPE 6120 Central Avenue Great Falls, Montana PUBLIC DRUG COMPANY oO1 Central Avenue Great Falls, Montana H1 HAT SUPPER CLUB 1712 Smelter Avenue Black Eagle, Montana SAV-MOR MARKET 1501 Smelter Avenue Black Eagle, Montana A ' 1 PlU ' 4' f No job Too Large Or Too Small 0 Plumbing 0 Contracting 0 Designing 0 Repairing NORTHWESTERN ROOFING 8 SHEETMETAL , Free Estimates 1-119 3rd Avenue South Great Falls, Montana Dial 453-7644 ALBRETCHT'S FURNITURE 111 Central Avenue Great Falls, Montana Your Home Away From Home 5 I Q1 il , , 1 .El CASEY BLOOMFIELD, INC. 1316 Central Avenue Great Falls, Montana DE MIER 2815 10th Avenue South Great Falls, Montana KlLLORN'S -124 Central Avenue Great Falls, Montana GRAHAM 8 ROSS 52-1 lst Avenue South Great Falls, Montana DUNDAS OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY MOTEL 2420 lOth Ave. So. 514 Central Avenue Great Falls, Montana MID-TOWN MOTEL 81 SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSE 6th 8: 2nd Avenue North Great Falls, Montana DIANA HUGHES 403 Central Avenue Great Falls, Montana DR. ION JOURDONNAIS 112 College Park Medical Center Great Falls, Montana SALMENSON' S JEWELRY 225 Central Avenue Great Falls, Montana WILSON COLE FURNITURE 1004 Central Avenue Great Falls, Montana BORRIES Congratulations to the 1964 CARITAS Staff GUY's TEXACO STATION Yliuf Family 1225 2nd Avenue South estaurant Great Falls, Montana WOODMAN ACCIDENT LIFE 910 Central Avenue Great Falls, Montana DR. McKAY College Park Medical Center Great Falls, Montana CENTRAL FLOOR COVERING 12th Street 2nd Avenue North Great Falls, Montana Congratulations to FORD'S DRIVE INN 1301 Central Avenue West The Class of 1964 Great Falls, Montana WARD F' JUNKERMIER WASHINGTON NATIONAL INSURANCE CO MERRILL A. MORAN GEORGE I... CAMPENELLA Holiday Village Great Falls, Montana MEADOW GOLD DAIRY 312 3rd Avenue South Great Falls, Montana PETKEVICH X-RAY LABS College Park Medical Center Great Falls, Montana . 1 ' V 1 1 11 , .ff 1k? nu s. 1 1 1 x ,a, 1 1 1 'in ,,r '.! I .p- Q "'x1 a Y f-.5 vu. I - 1 ' ' Q 'H 1' ,u'v J ' 1 , 1 .41 15- VV I . I 1 . 1 ' Y ' m I, 1 A U, M15 ,A if' ' Q5 "i L. QV., W 'lfl' -4 '."',if1,, . N-.qv . 51, 1 ie U, , 1 . -1-H , 1, 5 . 1 , , v M P, 1 1. N, K , 1 . A1 Hu , in-1 K 1 11 1 4 . A 1 I f , V1 , .. ' LQKPS " P xl, 1 1 ,I 1" ' .Uv 1- nf M A ,'1' .1511 V1 A 1,' Q :LMI 42.1 -v iff! il M ml' - 6' I-19 1' fi 1,,1 ,-5' 1 ',f., ' 1' v.'-,1.f fm. w 1 V, I . ,,:.1 ,. ,...-- 1 ,1 X., 91 Q G. x',' ,e Q' 'v J' 1151. ' JT, , i, ll. 4" "L: '-1.1-5. 1... fy "fl: .' . 11. r 1.9. 11 1 ' 1 x , 1 1 .',1: , ,. If '11 f' 4' ...1 4 I1 .l ,T ,.1ue.t, A. 1 1 1 1 V 1 1 1 , . x 11.1 "1 ' f"54'1 4.111 : 1 I ,, ff .- 11' 1 1.x 1.-f .1-1' if 5 I. sfffx, 0 . ,-1, if . bm- vi' WI i , . Q 54 SW we 351+ A .wffft ...pgs avr Sister Rita of the Sacred Heart, President Dear Graduates and Students: This yearbook comes to you laden with thoughts and scenes of your life at the College of Great Falls. As you leaf through it, now and in the future, may its pages speak to you of happy times--profitable and inspiring times spent with friendly and high-principled people. Your college life is a partnership. To this partnership you bring your talents, interest, curiosity, and deter- mination. The administration and faculty bring their resources of study and research, their facilities, experience, and dedication. As a result of our partnership may you become outstanding citizens who recognize and accept their personal accountability to God, to society, and to themselves. Committed to Christian and American ideals, may you be competent spiritually, aesthetically, and socially, as you lead professional lives in keeping with your human dignity. lt is our hope that these memories of the thirty- second year of the service of the College to the Great Falls community and to the nation, and the fourth year on the new campus, will remind you of the concern of the College and of its benefactors to provide you with a Christian liberal education. Our best wishes, our hopes, and our prayers are with you as you receive your degree or complete a year of study at the College. We congratulate you and we rejoice with you in your achievements. We look forward con- fidently to a future in which the intellectual and moral leadership among the men and women of this great country of ours will be strengthened and enriched by your contributions. May you communicate to all a balanced, serene perspective which sees all things in their proper relation to one another, and above all, to God. Faithfully yours, Sister Rita of the Sacred Heart President, College of Great Falls I6 .ef 1 ' '?-an You get top- quality products and the best service from your MINUTEMAN ...AT THE SIGN OF 70. . . 25-1, 'Nik -2- , . -. .0-zrzizl:-1:-1-in - ' --'l ?71ii1?Eg. 22 5 T v A ' :wg-Q-.KN W -A ' Y. -.-' ll dealers to serve you in Great Falls Z, 2 2 THE STYLE SHOP 427 Central Avenue Great Falls, Montana DEVINE 8 ASSELSTINE INCORPORATED 124-2nd Avenue South Great Falls, Montana FOUR WINDS RESTAURANT 2500 I0th Avenue South Great Falls, Montana DR. CARL NELSON College Park Medical Center Great Falls, Montana NORGE VILLAGE 2309 l0th Avenue South Great Falls, Montana TEDDY 8 KAVULLA JEWELERS 9th Street 3rd Avenue North Great Falls, Montana PIN CUSHION 313 Central Avenue Great Falls, Montana "STEIN-HAUS" 713 lst. Avenue North Great Falls, Montana ENTERPRISE ELECTRIC 607 Central Avenue Great Falls, Montana IMPERIAL 400 MOTEL 601 2nd Avenue North Great Falls, Montana BUTTREYS 501 Central Avenue Great Falls, Montana DR. NORD College Park Medical Center Great Falls, Montana Congratulations from the BANKS OF 2 GREAT FALLS First National Bank Central Bank of Montana Great Falls National Bank Montana Bank First Westside National Bank S 196 DUVAL'S 521 Central Avenue Great Falls, Montana TILTON'S OFFICE OUTFITTE RS 610 Central Avenue Great Falls, Montana FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS 8 LOAN ASSOCIATION 601 1st Avenue North Great Falls, Montana SHE RRY'S MEN 8 BOYS STORE 526 Central Avenue Great Falls, Montana MIEYR'S INCORPORATED 622-lst Avenue South Great Falls, Montana HE RMAN NEBEL STUDIO 203 Central Avenue Great Falls, Montana .4-""" -'l ff gr ,I I, . 'i 'of' 31' 1, lem: - 'l ' me 9121 HOLLYWOOD Ek VINE P. O. BOX 1-105 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA Fl AV, . A b f 'Q if li' X 3NE1wM R gi fb r If E355 ii I V' ' 51' ,7-"-4.55 -' :1: ,, ,- NNT 1.. 5 A 4', - - f 21 112 " f5"-m'72?' I 2 ' . 1, - H qv- I TIT fi I T225 12 il- .r . 4 e Eli 'N' '31, ,"1 Hi- f l s eg i '- 551 ' """ ' ..--L'l2!?!5-fflgl ' E il" ' 3 :g-.!,---,l- -- A Z:. I Q '.if - ' E A , lfE i .J Q 1 si' Ella- Mn' I .. - IQ L -A ""----- f las: ' mm. I If Ml H The Home of Hospitality McINTOSH'S MEN'S STORE 622 Central Avenue Great Falls, Montana BOYD'S BURGERMASTER Tenth Avenue Drive-In Great Falls, Montana SMITH PHOTO 2501 4th Avenue South Great Falls, Montana NORTH MONTANA ABSTRACT COMPANY 17 - 5th Street North Great Falls, Montana KELLER AND MORE, OPTMTRST. Ford Building Great Falls, Montana THE PARIS OF MONTANA 321 Central Avenue Great Falls, Montana F751 f LP M' ,-,.,..f5f 5 , - f"-'J-'F A Good Place To Go M , W1-',V fr- After The Show ' I Real Hickory Smoked Barbecue i i fDine with us or take it with you.j oooooe A LITTLE P IGS BARBECUE HOUSE Corner 17th and 10th Ave. So. 2 A - Abbott, Dolores-95 Adams, David-95 Adolphson, Bradley-57, 139 Albright, Betty-77 Aldrich, Albert-77 Allen, Evelyn-77 Anderson, Daisy--11,131, 1-10, 150 Anderson, David-95 Anderson, Katherine-95 Anderson, Norma-77, 1-13, 169 Anderson, Tom-77, 132, 173, 182 Antkowski, jr., Frank-95 Areshenl-co, Raymond-95 Armand, Herbert-83 Armstrong, john-77 Arnold, Michael-77 Arnold, Rosemary-95, 133 Arriola, Rudy-77 Askey, Carol-95 Avila, Linda-57,75,133, 1-12 Axtmann, Harry-57 23- Badgett, james-95 Bailey, Carol-96 Baker, Patricia-57, 133,150 Bal-ily, Edward-96 Balderson, Robert-96 Ball, Bcvy-96, 132 Ball, Carole-96 Ball, john-96 Ball, Joyce-57 Ballantyne, Larry-57, 183 Ballantyne, Norman-77, 183 Barbour, Timothy-96, 183 Barrett, john-96 Barsotti, Paula-77, 163,169, 170 Bartoletti, Patsie-96, 1-12, 1-18, 1-19 Bateman, john-57,129,18-1, 186 Bautista, Raymond-77, 18-1, 185 Beam, Mel-97,131,132, 1-16, 148, 149 Beard, Milton-97 Beatty, Michael-97 Beaubien, Richard-57 STUDENT DIRECTORY Beaudry, Delbert-57 Beauregard, Judith-97, 163 Becton, 1-lyacinthia-97, 99, 1-12 Belanger, Sr. Peter Emmanuel--11 Bell, R. B. -97 Berntsen, Sally-125 Besich, Gail-58 Bingham, Ronald-97 Binkley, Janis-58, 136,1-15, 172, 173 Bleecl-ter, Douglas-97, 181 Bleskin, Marcia-97 Bofto, Steven-98 Bogden, Patricia-58,88 Bollinger, Renee-98 Bonilla, Jose-77 Bottomly, Irene-58 Bouchee, Douglas-98 Boucher, Carol-78 Bowman, Sharon-78 Boyce, Dean-78, 172,183 Bradac, Susan-78, 1-13,145, 1-19, 173 Branagan, Mary Anne-75, 78,1-13, 1-1-1,156, 158,173 Brennen, Lyle-98, 110 Brescher, jr., Frank-98 Brockland, Don-78, 1-12, 1-17, 1-18, 184 Bronson, john-98 Broquist, Shirley--11 Brosten, Tordis-98 Brown, Helen-98 Brown, Michael-58, 186 Brulotte, Frances-78 Brurud, Ronald-99 Bruskotter, james-99 Bruskotter, jr. , Robert-130, 131, 182 Bryant, Cherie-58 Bunch, Charles-58 Bundi, james-78,181 Bumgarner, Jacqueline-58 Bums, jack-99 Burns, Roy-99 Butler, Rodney--11 - C - Cail, james-78 Callaway, Patricia-58,142, 186 Callaway, Robert-99 Cannon, john-58,181,182 Carden, Philip-99, 132,173 Carlile 18-1 Carras, Carrier , James-59,179,181, Georgia-78, 133 e, Richard-99 C astner, john -59 Chamb Chamb Chapm Cheng, erlain, Michael-59 erlain, Walter-59 an, Gerald--11 Christina-78 Christian, Daniel-99 Chumil-4, David-78 Clayton, Samuel-100 Colarchik, Sheena-100 Coleman, Samuel-59, 132, 161, Colla, 186 james-79,132 Comes, Marilyn-41, 133, 13-1, Connel 139,1-12, 143, 177 1, Randall-79, 182 Conroy, Irene-79, 169 Cookin 147 gham, Robert-79, Corbally, Richard --11 Corr, j oAnne -79, 93 Covert, Donna- 100 Craig, Cross, Diane -59 Stanley-59, 182 Croxlord, Gary-59 Culver, Brian- 168 Cunnin Dacres Dailey gham, Sheila-79 - D - , Shannon-79 , Leslie-79, 139 Dalbec, jerry-79, 132 Darrah Davis, Davis, Davis, 15-1, Davis, , Robert-79 Albert-42 john-100 Margaret-42, 1413, 176 Samuel- 100 Davison, Timothy -80 Dean, Warren-8O,129,130, 171,181,182 Deegan, Richard-59,75. 136, 181 DeGroat, Richard-59 Dehne, Carl-60,1-12, 186 Delvlille, Gary-100 Denzer, Shirley-100 Desjarlais, Gene-60, 132, 1-15, 173, 186 Diamond, JoAnne-80 Diekhans, Carl-80, 181 Dignin, Diana-42,185,186 Dill, Roy-100 Dimke, Tom-60,13-1, 161, 169, 177 DiRocco, Bill-3, 75, 80, 130 131,132,136, 155 Doheny, Kathleen-101 Dostal, Francis-101 Douglas, Denaro-100 Doulas, john-80, 186 Draper, janet-60, 1-13 Drazich, Gwendolyn-101 Driscoll, Mary Ellen-101 Duggan, james-181, 183 Dunlap, Kenneth-80 Dunn, Dorothy-123 Durfee, joseph- 101 Dusenberry, Lynne-123, 1-18 -E- Eaton, Kenneth-101 Eaton, Larry-101 Edwards, Jeffrey-101 Ehnes, Ray-60, 186 Eklund, Sherry-101 Elder, Diane-102 Elliott, Jr., John-60, 186 Elliott, Larry--12,132,139, 156 English, Robert--12, 13-1, 16 Erickson, Bruce-102 Erickson, Jacqueline- 102 Etchart, Michele-80, 130, 1-13 Eustance, Lorraine-60 -p- Fahey, Karen-60 Fahey, Keith-80,93, 131, 1-16, 1-17, 186 Fane, Sandra--12 Farbe, Jerome-102 Farley, John-80, 168, 182 Farrell, Wli lliam - 102 Fassler, John-60 Fauque, Lawrence--12 Ferguson, Monte-125 Fields, Barbara--13 Fish, Glenn-102, 181 Flatness, Olaf-61 Floyd, Lynetta-80 Floyd, Patrick-61 Foss, Gloria-102 Foss, James-102 Foster, Norman-80 Foussard, Carol-56,61, 1-13 168, 171, 185 Fradet, John-81, 1-18 Francetich, Russell- 103 Frank, Patrick-103 Franken, Thomas-103 French, Geraldine- 103 Frignon, Gene-103 -Q- Gamache, Lana-81 Gardner, Donna-103 Garrett, Gordon-61 Garrett, Michael--13 Gasaway, James-61 Gault, Diane-103 Gauthier, Sr., Mary 9 v Gersack, Robert-81, 183 Gibbons, Marion--13, 1-13 Gibson, Catherine-81 Giesler, John--13 Gift, David-62 Gilbert, Donna-61, 186 Gilbert, Gary-43, 150 Gilligan, Jr., Peter-81, 182 Gilligan, Sharon-103 Glass, Patricia-81 Glass, Walter-10-1 Glen, Coreen-62, 129 Glen, John-125 Glenn, James-104 Gliko, Carole-10-1 Glowacki, Richard-104 Gnojek, Andrea-10-1 Godfrey, James-62,1-18 Goggins, Susan-62 Golden, Bobby-10-1 Goodwin, Clark-10-1 Graff, Jean-10-1,105,1-12, 1-18 Graham, Jr., Daniel-105 Graham, Marie-125 Granbois, Shirley-51, 82 Granese, Kathleen-105 Grasseschi, Karen-81 Green, Rose-81 Gregoire, Jr., Jacques-81 Gregorius, James-81 Griffin, Kent--13, 130, 168, 185 Griiiin, Patsi-82 Grogan, Hugh--13 Guannu, Joseph-82, 93, 132, 1-12 Gunlikson, Judy-9-1, 105, 130, 171 -H- Haag, Thomas-75, 82, 1-15, 173 Hagen, John-105 Hagen, Merton-40,-1-1,93, 130, 131 Haines, Kenneth-82, 132 Hajek, Darrell-62 Halko, David-105 Halko, Martin-82 Hall, Clara-3, 75, 82, 1-13, 169 Hall, Jeffrey-82 Hamilton, Shirlee--1-1 Hanson, William-62, 139 Hartmann, Dudley-83 Hartsell, Homer-83 Haskell, Linda--13 Haupt, Carl--1-1 Haushalter, Nathan-83 Hawkins, Iired-105 Hawkins, JoAnne-62, 1-10 Heath, Jr., Andrew-83 Helseth, Carol-106, 133 Helseth, Clara-106, 133 Henderson, Bonnie- 106, 133 Henderson, Mary Jane - 106 Hensleigh, Carolyn-83, 93 Heroux, Sr. Paul Narcisse- 62 Higgins. Karyl--1-1, 177 Higgins, Richard- 106 Hillerich, Bertha-106 Hillstxand, Thomas-63 Hilton, Janice--14,160,176 Hofiman, Judith-63, 140, 1-11,1-12,1-13,185 Holden, Janice-83, 93 Holley, Estell-63 Holovnia, William-63 Holtz, Jeanyce-63 Holyoak, Jolene-106 Hoover, Shirley-106 Hopkins, Linda-106 Hould, Beverly-63 Hourigan, Lawrence-107 Hoyer, Connie-107 Hudak, Carol-83 Huestis, Anne Marie-107 Hueth, Mike-18-1 Hueth, Joseph-83,138,181, 182, 183 Hughes, William- 107 Hunter, Patricia-107 Hutchins, Margaret-8-1 Hutchinson, Barry-8-1, 93, 185 Hutchinson, Jerry-8-1, 93, 185 Hutton, James-8-1 Hyslop, William -107 -1- Irwin, Eugene-107 lyerson, Russell-8-1, 1-1-1 -Je Jackman, David-8-1 Jackman, William-107 Jacobson, Mary Jane-8-1, 1-17 Jaeb, Robert-5-1 Janii.ula, Ronald-63, 183 Janfer, Redmond-63 Jelilrey, l5i,fXnne-63,133-, 150, los Jewell, Jr. , Clayton-105 Jewelt, Jay-182 Jiminerson, fxiarlorie-5-1, 137,16S,185,1S6 Johannsen, Mary ,Xnn -6-1 Johnson, Barbara-105 Johnson, Donald - 8-1 Johnson, Duane-105 Johnson, Herinon-99, 108, 1-12 Johnson, Howard -108 Johnson, Leland-64, 183 Johnson, Quentin--14, 185 Johnson, Qulan--15, 132,150 Johnson, Richard-6-1 Johnston, Muriel-5-1 Jones, Carroll-8-1 Jones, James--13,65 Jones, Jeannene--15 Jones, John-6-1 Jones, Merrell-105 Jones, Susan-108, 1-12, 1-15 Joranio, Russell-71 Joyce, Joseph-109 ek, Kakalycek, Sharon-1-11 Kalalat, Samuel-6-1 Kalski, Gabriel-85 Kammerer, Gerald-109, 1-15 173, 186 Kaste, Patricia-64 Kaul-:, Pearl--15 Kavali, Arel--15 Keating, Timothy-6-1, 183 Keene, Robert--15, 132,13-1, 170, 181, 18-1 Kelley, Colleen-109, 159 Kelley, Robert-S5 Kelly, Michael-109, 137 Kelly, Noel-6-1,186 Kendall, Donald--16 Kent, Kathleen-6-1 Kiefer, Ruth--16,133,186 Kingma, James-109 Klasner, Jr., Robert-85 Knechtges, Floyd-109 Kni ght, Randolph - 109, 161 Knudsen, Sandra-109, 1-16 George-61 Harmon, Judy-82, 130, 131. Jackson, Jr., Dempsey-107 Kodalen, Kenneth--16 Geiger, Arthur-56,61,130, 133, 137, 1-13, 168,176 Jackson, Kelton-108 Koegler, Jr., Frank-109 131, 183 Harney, Patricia-62 Jacobs, Clayton-63 Kohut, Geraldine-110, 1-13 Geiger, Daniel- 103 Hart, Mary Anne -62, 1-16 Jacobs, Merci-108 Komlofske, Carole-65 O'CONNORS FUNERAL HOME I-IOWARD'S PIZZA VILLA 713 lst. Ave. North Call -15-1-1212 Eat here or take out ix Ax JAN. k ii 1, fix Om- fi X -h CARLSON MUSIC The Musical Heart of Great Falls 716 Central Ave. Phone 453-1971 Compliments of the JACK CLUB Phone 453-6535 E L.. YELLOW CAB COMPANY Radio Cars 24 I-lr . Service Dapper Dick Millard, shows one of the THE ANACON DA COMPANY Sharp new Suits from The Anaconda Wire and Cable BLO0M'S STORE FOR MEN. Company BLOOM'S is a must stop spot for the newest and smartest look in college fashions. Great Falls BLOOM'S sToRE Fon MEN Departments 510 Central Miss Rance and Miss Billion enjoy a Pepsi. PEPSI PEPSI COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF GREAT FALLS Your RAINBOW WESTERN HOTEL Congratulates you - the future civic leaders of our city!! ln the future as in the past - we are here to serve you as your gracious host For .... Banquets - Parties - Receptions "Outstanding" Silk 8 Saddle ln Guest Comfort "Distinctive Dining" Phone -154-2121 EQUITABLE LIFE 9 ASSURANCE SOCIETY S L OF THE UNITED STATES I 'i' 0250- T Barber - Lycliard Building Great Falls, Montana ig lp -Q, 4 joseph S. Persha, C.L.U. -gyn,' " " '-: Fi 4 ll-1 Central Avenue l72O Tenth Avenue South Telephone 452-8221 Congratulations From GENE RAL MILLS INC . liordos. Peggy-110, 146 liovacich, Shirley-2, 46, 133, 177 lirings, Michael-65, 184 Kruger, Wallace-110 lirulas, -Iaroslaw-85 Kunz, Frank-65, 185 Kurtti, lin an, Donald -85 .-Xgnes-65 , 150 eL- Ltiliey, Naomi-110 Lampman, Mary Kay-85, 136, 145, 173 Lang, Marvin-110 Lansel, Paul-110 Larlrins, john-146, 150, 179 Larson, Diane-65 Laughlin, liathleen-110 Laurin, Theodore- 1 11 Lawlor, joan-111 Lawson, D'Et-123 LeB.irron, Suzanne - 111 LeBlanc, Sr. Daniella-65 LeClerc, Norma-111 Ledsworth, Dean-85 Ledsworth. Deane-85 Lee, joan-65 Lehman, Kathleen-65 Lehner7, Gerhart-85 Leicht, Robert-94, 111, 146, 168, 171 Leland, Ronald-65 Lesh, Sandra-111 Lewis, jean-66 Lewis, Linda-66 Lewis, Richard-111 Lim, Bridgid-66,75, 143. 146 Lindblom, Carl-112,132, 134 Lindseth, John-S6 Lindseth, Larry-46 Lippert, john-112 Lodge, Charles-66 Lofstrom, Richard-66 Loney, Helen-66 Loomis, jerry-112 Lopez, jr., Reuben-112 Lousen, Nancy-112 Lovchik, Phillip-125, 151 Lowe, Michael-66 Lowry, Helen-66 Lynch, Richard-66, 184 Lyon, Priscilla-102 -MC - Mc.'Xuley, Virginia-67 McCarthy, Mary-112 McClure, jesse-112 N1cCormicl-1, Rosalie-112, 142 McDaniel, lYilliam-86 McGeever, Virginia-113 McGiboney, Michael-67, 182 McGivern, Vincent-67 Mcli enna, Theresa -86, 133, 134, 143, 168 Mclierrow, Eleanor-67 McLuhan, Thomas-86 151- Maas, Harvey-86, 156,181, 182 Macelz, james-113 Mahon, Sherry-113 Mahoney, busan-113 Mainwaring, Lois-46, 143 Malmberg, Lawrence-86 Manchak, Barbara- 123 Marcotte, Sr. Rita of Charity-86 Marion Sr. Mary Adrian- 86 Martin, Bonnie-67 Martin, Charley-113 Martin, Laura-86, 186 Martin, Wayne-67, 137 Mzirxer, Marvin-86 Mathews, jr. , Stanley-113 Matsko, David-46 Matteucci, james-113 Mauch, Robert-113 Maxwell, Mike-114 Medved, jerry-86 Menghini, Dennis-67, 184 Mengliini, Rita-139, 141 Micheletti, Roland-60 Millard, Richard-86, 132, 134 Miller, Dale-87 Miller, Helen-47 Miller, Lawrence-67, 181 Miller, William-47, 183 Minckler, Betty-114, 186 Mitchell, Frederic-125 Located Only One Block Off Campus s 'H T A liollffr ' DARE 4. an 1 6 1 li 5 5 iv ka' .-gl 1 Qi an Z 5 --A f is J I -QQ ITE!!! -U Q 7 - -With Quick, efficient, friendly service-- Mohwinkel, Judith-114, 186 Molen, Dean-67 Molen, Karen-87 Monroe, Patricia-47,93, 130 Moore, Murry-68 Morgan, Donald-114 Moriarty, Marcia-40,47, 129, 133, 168 Morris, joan-114, 142 Morris, Marie-87 Morris, Robert-87 Morton, Dale-68 Moser, Michael-87 Moses, Tim-47, 140, 186 Mosl-ral, john-114 Moss, Dennis-47, 132, 134, 169 Mott, Gary-68 Muir, jean-68 Mullaney, Catherine-114, 1-18 Mundale, Olive-114 Murphy, Don-87 Murphy, Edward-160, 179 Murphy , Kathleen -40, 160, 179 Murphy, Tamara-47, 133, 13-4,1-12, 150,159,177 Murray, Donald -68, 75, 131 144, 145, 150, 173, 180 Muzzana, jack-87 -N- Nardinger, Shirley-87 Nash, Ruth-48 Nathe, Diane-2,-10,-18, 130 131, 133, 138, 143, 179, 185, 186, 204 Naughton, james-56,68, 157,169,181,182 Nault, Rosetta-114, 148 Nauman, Ellen-87 Nelson, jim-94,115,186 Nelson, Sharon-68, 133, 186 Nelson, Theresa-48, 128, 129,130,131,160, 169, 178, 179 Nelson, Yvonne-115, 149 Neufeld, Judith-115, 146, 185 Nichols, jean-68 Nickerson, William-115 Nickol, Judith-115 Noble, Jack-48, 87 Noble, jerry-115, 182 Noel, Patsi-88 Nord, Edward-115, 132, 173 Norsby, Linda-68, 148 Nottingham, Ellen-69 - Q - O'Brien, jr., Arthur-S8 O'Brien, Judith-48, 128, 129,130,143,146,147, 150, 171 O'Brien, Kathleen-69, 141, 146 O'Connell, Patrick-88, 168, 176 O'Connor, john-88 O'1-lure, William-88, 181 O'Leary, Marijo-115 Olsen, Lance-88 Olson, Alan-69 Olson, Myron-115 Oos, Robert-88, 184 Ore, Inara-S8 26 T. . ,SV Osowski, Mary-116, 133, 149 Ouellette, Roger-116 - P - Pachek, Gary-116 Palfalvi, Laszlo-116 Palmer, Dean-116 Pan, Lucia-69, 137, 1-13 Parrella, Frank-116 Parrott, Suzanne-88 Parsons, Sandra-117, 133 Paskvan, jack-117 Paul, Barbara-117 Paul, james-69 Paulson, Mary-48 Paulson, Sylvia-69 Payelle, Harry-117 Pease, Burton-117 Peck, Dennis-69, 185 Pedersen, Marilyn--18, 129, 133, 13-1, 169 Pellett, Dorothy-69 Penberthy, Carolyn-117 Petersen, Benjamin-89 Peterson, Wenonah-118 Petrini, Stephen-49 Phelan, Mike-118 Pickering, Norman-89 Pings, Thomas-118 Pistoria, Garry-69 Pokarney, jerry-49, 173 Polutnik, Emest-70 Prescott, David-89, 93, 185 Presslitz, Joseph-7, 49, 128, 130,131,150, 151,156,181 Price, Robert-9-1, 98,118, 131, 168 ProuLK, Celeste-49 -R- Rada, Kenneth-118 Ragland, Carol-89, 163 Rahn, Robert-70 Ramsey, Michael-40,-19, 132,134,161, 181 Rance, Jane-118,136,162 Rance, Marlene-56,7O, 130, 136 Randash, Edward-89 Rasmussen, Rosemary-118 Regan, Gladys-70 Reid, Karen-49,133,13-4, 1-12, 1-13, 150,157,168, 179 Reinert, Mariann-118 Rernbe, Karl-70 Richardson, Terry-70, 184 Richtscheid, Lili-89 Ries, james-89 Riffle, John-70 Rio, Anthony-89, 181 Robbin, Mary Ann-105, 118 Robbins, Guy-119 Robert, Sr. Dolores Rita- 88, 89 Robisch, Carolyn-150, 169, 186 Rochon, Sr. Bertha-70 Roe, Dwayne -70, 119 Roos, Sharon-90 Rosbarsl-cy, Michael-25,71, 129,1-12,1-15,173,186 Rose, Eda jane-71, 137, 1-13 1-18, 1-19 Rose, Karen-90,1-13,1-15, 1-17, 148, 1-19, 173 Rostron, James-71 Rowan, Robert-168 Rowell, Mary-119, 1-18 Russell, Mary- 1 19 v -5- Sagebaum, Fred-71, 18-1 Samson, Kamisha-90, 1-18 Savoy, Josephine-119 Schall, Clemetta--19, 15-1 Schall, Keith-90, 156,181, 183 Schlimgen, john-71 Schmedding, David-90 Schneiderhan, james-119 Schock, Ir. , Frank-71,75 Schott, Robert-90 Schroeder, Ronald-71 Schroer, Carol-50, 71 Schroer, jerry-181 Scotson, David-119 Scotson, William-90, 132, 133 Scott, Ralph-72 Seifert, Anthony-72, 181 Severini, Frank-119 Slianley, George-90,13-1, 145, 173 Shea, Karen-90, 138, 1-12, 146, 163,172,186 K.-. . .......- , I..--a H-, XR X S111 ff, N111-Q9-120 Shikany, Charles- 120, 130, 168, 18-L Shockley, Harry-90, 18-1 Shork, john-72, 1-15 Shryne, Tim-182 Shubat, john-72, 136 Shull, Daniel-50 Siebel, Lynn-72 Simmons, Douglas-72,18-1, 185 Sink, Carolyn-123 Skelton, joan-50 Skites, Paul-120 Slatter, Cheryl-72 Smile, Mary-72 Smith, Bob-182 Smith, Gloria-50 Smith, Shirley-120 Smithson, Lynden-3, 82, 120, 136, 181 Snyder, Samuel-25, 116, 120, 1-12 Soule, Tina-120 Stapleton, Albert- 136, 172 Steckler, Gregg-120 Steen, Margaret-120 Steensrud, james-72,136 Stefani, Camille-121,133 Steiger, Kathleen-123 Stemple, Don-90, 18-1 Steubs, Arlen-7,50, 128, 130, 150 Stevens, Mary Ann-121, 1-12 Stewart, Rodger-72 Stone, janet-73 Stordahl, Susan-73 Strainer, Claudia-1-1 Strom, Marvin-73,181,182 Stroop, Sherlee-90 Sugrue, Edward-73 Sullivan, Constance-121, 163 Sutich, james-121 Swartz, Michael-121 Sweat, Richard-91 Sweeney, Evelyn-73 Sweet, Donald-121 -T- Taborek, joseph -73 Tacke, Rosemary-73 f-'iz-32 ' 6' in l Q - 8 -1 fe? 1 if Xi 'E' 1' rg.-, ge.: Q, 55 .xt 1, . ARMACY 1212 - 24th St., South Great Falls, Mont. "Where Pharmacy is Practiced With Pride" Warren R. Amole jr. , Registered Pharmacist F.A.C.A. On 24 Hour Call Dial 454-1356 203 ANDYS INC. l-leadquarters for RCA Victor it Q11 Dfw' 761-3100- C, ' i Home si?-'ld Stereo 8 Television 599,25 abused Maytag Laundry S Goodyear Tires NB' if o'-' ff-if .Sl-1 lst Avenue North M122 Central Avenue S.W. aid Wyoming l-IANDSAKER DISTRIBUTING lOl7 lllth Ave. So. Fine Fashions in odeled hy DIANE NATHE DALE STAPP'S For Fashions 527 Central Avenue of Great Falls Auto Clinic Auto Craft Shop Auto Electric Service Bender Body Shop Brevig Body Shop E 8 E Alignment Service l-louse of Glass jeri-y's Radiator Shop Mundale Body Works Speed Accessory Shop Swain Spring Service Ulmer Auto Service Great Fall! Fincxt Ewa gn mm. wofmun ami tl-UMM . a r I s 0 n s 520 Central ' 11 a g e hu e s HOLIDAY VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER 204 locations to serve 5 Y ' I , X Puoo.f fi FGUR Convenient If ff if K E N .I U Af' ,.,..!J. .ia ' led EIL tn' I hifi. .Ll :ii WIT! LY. YOU , rHafd'sifeeiunGa cPn'ifcTAfenJe GTYEQIAFALLS, MONTANTA-'I I BUTT RE Y F OODS A Photo Group Store assures you the Lowest possihle prices with the highest Hossihle tualitv. t I I . things SAY IT WITH FLOWERS Electric City Conservatory l-L13 Fifth Avenue North 4 Tt'v:Xb' ' E Feiden's Flower Shop 710 Central Avenue 'iggv Wg, I T Great Falls Floral - fl! ISIS Central Avenue it!! IXFEAT1 I ' KQT' 7 h I-Ierinan's Flowers -me Foot of Airport Hill Q if Iiranz, House of Flowers ISO5 Third Avenue South Fritz Roll 8 Sons ISOO Fifth Avenue S. W. PETE'S NEW DRIVE IN 410 Central West Fine Food, Fast Service Low Prices LMH COMPANY l2l9 Central Avenue Great Falls, Montana 205 41" '- Most Reverend Williom J. Condon, D.D. Bishop of Great Folls Members of the Board of Trustees are QSEATED, LEFT TO RIGHTQ Sister Agnes Kathleen, academic deang Sister Rose Irma, superior of CCF: Mother Charlotte Marie, provincial superior and chairman of the Boardg Sister Rita, CCF presidentg Sister Loretta Marie, provincial procuratorg and QSTANDINGJ Sister Katrina, treasurerg Sister Helen Paula, director of admissionsg Sister Rose Angela and Sister Mary Trinitas, local Board members. Members not pictured are Mother Judith, a former dean of the college, and Sister Lawrence of Jesus, provincial directress of studies. 17 MEMBER 1 1 w"'f"f2 MOLAUGHI.HW - INCORPORATED 21 S5 GENERAL CoN'm.xcToRs Mf,'l-USSR.. J. L. MCLALIEHLIN, CHAIRMAN nr 1-Hs Bcmnn D. W. MDINTYRE, PRESIDENT Skill, Inreglivy and Responsibilily B. H. MCLAUC-JHLIN, VICE Fnzslosru' GREAT FALLS. MONTANA ADDRESS ALL CDMMUNICATIUNS TU Taliison, Cheryl-91 Taplin, Dennis-121 Taylor, William Teddy, Douglas-50, 147, 150 Teddy, Marcia-50 Teeple, Donald-91 Teichrow, Lelsla-121 Teigcn, Gary-122, 130 Tempel, Edna-91 Tenge, jean-91,186 Teubert, james-122 Thibaiilt, Sr. Jeanne Marguerite -73 Thomas, Donald-122 Thompson, Charles-122 Thompson, Elaine-50 Thornton, Richard-91, 132, 161, 131 Thornton, Virginia-91 Tiffany, Nancy-122 Tigh, Thomas-51 Todd, Bobbie-91 Tognetti, Anthony-51, 73, 131, 132 Tonmblqi, Sharian-122 Trieplqe, Kenneth-73, 13-1 Turner, Terry-122 Tim, Harold-123 - U - Ubillus, Licin-123 - V - Vundeberg, Miiry-S3,91, 136 Van Hoorn, Katherine-92, 1-13 Volk, james- 125 -W- Wallace, Jerome-92, 1-16 Waltari, William-92 Wlimer, Iohn-123 Weber, Byron-123, 183 Weber, Steve -56, 7-1, 130, 131,150,1S1,1S3 Webinger, Ben-7-1,171,1S1, 183 Wegner, Barbara-123 Westrom, Michael-123 Weyh, john-51, 139, 150, 151 Weyh, Linda-7-1 White, Paul-94, 123 Whitsitt, William-92, 197 Wilburn, Sharon-7-1 Wilkins, Gerald-92,182 Williamson, Gary-7-1, 160, 176, 181, 1841 Willis, Paul-12-1 Willett, George-51 Wilmot, Richard-124 Wilsey, Kathleen-92, 186 Winstead, Emily-7-1 Wolff, Eleanore-92, 186 Wood, Karen-124 Woodford, Martha-51 Wuerthner, Ben-125 - Y - Young, Clifford-12-1 Young, Tonya-129, 139 141 -Z- Zalesl-ii, Margaret-7-1 Zzmto, Ruth-74 Zikeli, Judith-51, 143 Zook, Marilyn-7-1, 1-15, 1-19 173, 185 Zuell-ce, Gary-92 Zuelke, Lorene-12-1, 160 Zuelke, Peggy-124 Ztmcich, joseph-51, 156 157,1S1,183,1S6 Zvonar, Frank-92, 182 100 Seventh Street South T' rmimms' Tiilbin' on. co. 1100 Smelter Ave. Black Eagle LLOYD M. CROXFORD President 11 Q "WC f A la Q Guarantee i ,E ini-gi' A Lower A fy-1 ll'-1-Mgr, - l Prices" a , 6 A-...i" I W Equipped to Serve all faiths! CROXFORD SL SONS jl4nrrl4f2NirrL'f0rJ 1307 CENTRAL AVE. - GREAT FALLS, MONTANA 7 W l i ,L x p Al W J' L N f 7' p ,lu fi l THE CowiEy's FAVORITE ozunv Pecos 2' X-J. ALL STAR 5,576 -'od' ,QINIRIES 06,0 . Hx ! V ' Telephone ' x 1204 7 St. So. 453-6566 Great Falls, Montana 207 Y Xl' X X X- . 1 X, aj! if 5 . ' l ' l .111 , I I ' I 4 i :Ji 5il'li 4 ll " REFLECTING ......... As this year comes to a close, we reflect upon it as a won- derful experience. There have been many events that will live in our memories forever, some of them good ---- some of them not so good. lt is my sincere desire that you find your yearbook a focal point of the good memories at the College of Great Falls of Great Falls, Montana, showing you and your college in its true perspective. With deep gratitude and sincere thanks, I wish to acknowledge the service above and beyond the call of duty to each member of the staff, and especially to the advisor, who wittingly stuck through it all. Thank you for giving me the privilege and pleasure of editing the 1964 CARITAS. I hope you like it. Sincerely, Carolyn Robisch 1964 CARITAS Editor 208 qr"'ra'I"W"""' X" ' ' "-.'v'. 111 ., Q .ff Q W I . lf . I l 1 L. .. 9. 1 J 1 111 1 C Q., QI H531 X I -. , I D' 'I 'fgql 'V . 1 ' V 1 1 11 , .ff 1k? nu s. 1 1 1 x ,a, 1 1 1 'in ,,r '.! I .p- Q "'x1 a Y f-.5 vu. I - 1 ' ' Q 'H 1' ,u'v J ' 1 , 1 .41 15- VV I . I 1 . 1 ' Y ' m I, 1 A U, M15 ,A if' ' Q5 "i L. QV., W 'lfl' -4 '."',if1,, . N-.qv . 51, 1 ie U, , 1 . -1-H , 1, 5 . 1 , , v M P, 1 1. N, K , 1 . A1 Hu , in-1 K 1 11 1 4 . A 1 I f , V1 , .. 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Galt presides. i qw if. 5-1 SISTER KATRINA Assistant Professor of Business Administration and Economics ADMIN ISTRATICDN vw :F 1. if iff ii SISTER HELEN PAULA Registrar and Director of Admissions SISTER ROSE FRANCES Librarian SISTER VINCENT OF THE SACRED HEART A ssista nt Librarian -5-A... PATRICK LEE Director of Public Relations PATRICIA KLUG Director of Residence Hall ADMINISTRATION 20 I I ' I , I if fs Q 2' K-'tw I RICHARD GRETCH Dean of Students V i if 11 N, JOSEPH TAYLOR Director of Development ELIZABETH BRANDON Assistant Dean of Students SISTER ALOYSIUS Assistant Professor of Music FACULTY FRED BRANEN Lecturer in History 22 Christmas carols anyone ? 1 I CHARMAYNE BELL Lecturer in Health and Physical Education Z FLORENCE BROWN GY, 2 FACULTY SISTER MARY DAVID Assistant Professor in Education and English Assistant Professor of English FRANCIS W. DIROCCO Professor of Chemistry ,AFI X y X S Q ' N '-'S . X , X ELEANOR DOUGI-IERTY Professor of Political Science and American History I -A-5.3 4.,. Que. 8- Q JOHN FARLEY Associate Professor of Business Administration and Economics REVEREND ROBERT FOX CORNELIUS FOLEY Assistant Professor of English and Philosophy Future Music majors ?? 24 Professor of Theology ez-Q IACK FRANIEVIC Assistant Professor of Art Sam Snyder, Mr. Iverson and Mike Rosbarsky conversing before class. 5 5 has DYLC EA GABRIEL Lecturer in Spanish ,.,Ak.. i-'Fig JOHN GELISSEN Assistant Professor of Biology and German . 1 ' f, ' .-,.. .A , ,,, 'ill -,LJ I 1 ,,' pr ., 1 ww . .N , . lu A ,' if va I1 ll 'I' v A 's ,QW Aw, -W ,w ,. V af '- Q . . ,, ,. . ' v iqlviv v x x 1 KM l I . I ' Q "' L ' - -4 'Y -, ' I . . ," " , '. 1 . " fp kI4 . :aft 1 X ln ,N - A 5. I an ., V I , Q- . yefg lj., 1 ,', ,X . , ,Li V A , I W x " 4 It 1, 4 7- Ani' .'.' . .y ' .'4' N 'Lf' r .. . . M :IX JA . ' 4 4 L .33 ' 1 ' 1 . , ' . I '. X X . . r 'f . J, , . s 1 r. , 1 ,-.-14f,1- Ll... I 1. - 4. ', Q Q ,1 Q " . X '-,- u...A,- ' A , 'c1,f ' . W ' ' ,Y bt-' v. '3 , I l ,M ,-'.1'."w' ' s 'Q7,.,f,' Uv ' -4 V I at y3"c1'. l f . ' F ' .AV - ' 4 v J.-v 2- , ., ' -'fn W" M-A . ' Jil' , Sf . V 1' " ' 'A' . r' I V . , R - U, . , ' OI " . I 4 , W " .u K, 5 X, ' 04 ' '1-- ' x,A U lirr, 5 1" iff: uf I!":9f'T"rx' ,riqlrlmx XI k x -, 'ff . 1,.-- . I . . "EF : sy '. ' I' D l'L1y"f"' 2,4 . Q NSN., 4 a55.,,l, , '- v -' . 1 'A U1 .11-4., ., I! V x I ' p W ., 3 L, A , 1 4 I uv ' 4' Q 5 ' W I A . dp n . I , 1 l 'vi n'i'm "-'.',,,v , .4 X V I ., ' If 4, V 4, .Tl -"L ,ru I-' 'A F n' L . ,. , "hw-i' 'iff' .,,, 4. . u ' . L N J ,,, 'N-ff -H .- 4 ANTHONY GINALIAS Assistant Professor of Business and Psychology W. DANIEL GOODMAN Instructor in Chemistry PHYLLIS GRAHAM Instructor of Dramatics and English L ,X - ..- vf A -1 , .Si Qs! " W . Faculty members chaperon Dinner Date Dance. 26 REVEREND RICHARD HOPKINS Professor of Theology Mmm JOSEPH V. GRECO Assistant Professor of Philosophy in I 3 . ta 1 I ",.l!!H!!!!!: Mfg SISTER MARY HERMAN Professor Emeritus of English sf W 5 Y ll! is F91 lg , v i 17 .LL N L 1 N. MILTON IVERSON Assistant Professor in Music 0 'Q fx 1933,-lg, . SISTER MARY IOANNA Assistant Professor in English SISTER JEANINE Currently pursuing doctoral studies Assistant Professor in History and at the UniVef5itY of Notre Dame- Political Science Asq, .. 1 lk' :' . Af Qi,- Q K 9 g. 1 N ,J STANLEY LEGOWIK Lecturer in Art WARD JUNKERMIER Associate Professor of Business Administration and Economics 28 lx ,d,,. Rf!-, SISTER LIDWINE Assistant Professor of Latin and Spanish Currently pursuing doctoral studies at St. Louis University. SISTER MARIETTA Assistant Professor of Science and Mathematics Q ',J.,.f JOSEPH LUC KMAN Lecturer in Biology i ? Qi' I RIGHT REVEREND MONSIGNOR MATTHEW MCHUGH Professor of Psychology rv g-,.,.--- ,.-ff' 2' 1, I , X: Nav- Members of newly formed project CIRCLE discuss plans for summer tours. CORNELIA MARTINEAU .Assistant Professor in Education FACULTY ,rr A rr 1 if Q v,4 'Uv-4 RUSSELL MATUSKA Assistant Professor in Business Administration and Economics MERRILL MORAN Lecturer in Business Administration DOROTHY NIELSEN Assistant Professor of French and Spanish i 1 CATHERINE NUTTERVTLLE Consultant for Education and Psychology FACULTY 'X SISTER MARY NORITA Assistant Professor in History 'N-r EDWARD PERESSUXII Assistant Professor in Physics and Mathematics fr 6 S 1 I BE lf: N 4' -rbi' KJ SISTER ROSE ANGELA Assistant Professor of Education as 'a '3'iln-.1 SISTER ROSE IRMA Professor of Romance Languages 32 SISTER PROVIDENCIA Associate Professor of Sociology 5' FACULTY VERNON STONE Lecturer in Engineering -fa Y . FRANK J. THORNTON Assistant Professor in Speech and Drama .. uq x - X ff' wr' -1 if qyx MICHAEL TRAMELLI Lecturer in Mathematics A Q A5 L+. 'iiiij Sharon Nelson and Mr. Thornton enjoy coffee shop talk. 34 SISTER M. TRINITAS Professor of Art 1 Leave of absence 1963-1964 5-Y "4-.V ,, ,S SISTER MARY VIVIAN Professor Emeritus of Mathematics '?'1g EMMETT I. WI-IALEN Assistant Professor of Mathematics Sv 5-EE!!1'2 ' '13-as ea is , Jijjai, W4-uf I- x ,' 'ii-iffifif: lf. 'I ' Q' V. j , -. Ks- . R . 1-I 53 JOHN W1-IOOLEY Assistant Professor in Education and Speech ELSIE WOLF Lecturer in Business Administration qr"'ra'I"W"""' X" ' ' "-.'v'. 111 ., Q .ff Q W I . lf . I l 1 L. .. 9. 1 J 1 111 1 C Q., QI H531 X I -. , I D' 'I 'fgql 'V +111-V5 Q sfo--. PAT LYONS Manager of the Bookstore Mr. Stone and students ponder an engmeermg problem SISTER FRANCES OF THE SACRED HEART Director of the Student Health Center I NLA RY SLINGSBY Assistant House mother v. , 1-4 4 Secretaries Hazel Steensrud, Mary Flanagan, and Mary P. Macek 3 11.135, Secretaries Anne Oclegard, Alene Semingsen, and Nancy Sieller ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Music anyone ? 37 Zi , A RT ROUNDS Plant Superintendent F CLASSES nu? .4 Michael Ramsey Kathleen Murphy Merton Hagen Diane Nathe Marcia Moriarty Vice -President Treasurer President Secretary Senate Representative CLASS of l 964 It's almost over now. A few more good times, a few more classes, and a few more tests will end four years at the College of Great Falls. No senior leaves this campus without reflecting momentarily on the experiences which make it pleasantly unique. This graduating class of 1964 must now accept their new role as potential leaders of the world, channeling their wisdom, knowledge, and enthusiasm toward making it a better world. No doubt there is but one thought in the mind of every senior as he revisits his CARITAS, the happy carefree college days of yesteryear. Q! . U-: N -qu- IDL fzzv, DAISY ANDERSON B.S. Social Studies SISTER PETER EMMANUEL BELANGER, FCSP B.A. Elementary Education ff! 'Rx'-4652.5 4 465' I 1 'Qur- RICI-IARD CORBALLY B.S. Business Administration RODNEY BUTLER B. S. Elementary Education GERALD CHAPMAN B.S. Business Administration 41 5 wt -P" v 5 SHIRLEY BROQUIST B.S. Medical Technology MARILYN COMES B S. Secretarial Studies 2 6 'KI' J -t,,,,,' 5 .l CLASS DIANA DIGNIN B. S . Mathematics SANDRA FANE B.S. Elementary Education 15. 'UN TVLARGARET DAVIS B. A. Humanities LARRY ELLIOTT B. A. Chemistry Quail! ROBERT ENGLISH B. S. Accounting 42 3 ALBERT DAVIS B. A . Mathematics 'Il---.nf LAWRENCE FAUQUE B. A . Biology 1377 BARBARA FIELDS B. s. English HUGH GROGAN B.S. Social Studies MICHAEL GA RRETT B . S. Accounting of 1964 '-:X JOHN GIESLER B. S. Business Administration GARY GILBERT B.A. Philosophy 43 MARION GIBBONS B. S. Elementary Education KENT GRIFFIN B.A . Economics nr N1- MERTON HAGEN B.S. Social Studies 1. pf! QUENTIN JOHNSON B. S. Chemistry fr lg iiqgf -.J SHIRLEE HAMILTON BMA. Elementary Education si CARL HAUPT B.S. Social Studies CLASS h LINDA I-IASKELL B.S. Elementary Education IQ Q0 1:3 KARYL HIGGINS B.S. Elementary Education 44 JANICE HILTON B. S. Biology of 1 964 'A' JAMES 1oNEs B.S. Business Administration AREF KAYALI B. S . Chemistry Y . IEANNENE JONES B.S. Elementary Education i l l SHA ROIN KA KA LYCEK 'ina I s. V I A. v I QULAN Joiixsox B. A. Psychology E B. S. Elementary Education J' E V. 5 1 ! i ROBERT KEENE ' B.S. Business Administration g I ! 'Z PEARL KAUK B.S. Elementary Education THE COLLEGE GF GREAT FALLS GREAT FALLS, MGNTANA X509 CLASS KENNETH KODALEN B. A. Mathematics LOIS MAINWARING B. S. Business and Economics 'Q--'1 RUTH KIEFER B. S. Elementary Education 5, . SHIRLEY KOVACICH B. S. Elementary Education DONALD KENDALL B.S. Social Studies 9 DAVID MATSKO B.A. Mathematics xx f LARRY LINDSETH B. S. Biology 46 x .., 'Nia-i N. 0' 'S' HELEN MILLER B.S. Elementary Education TAMARA MURPHY B.S. Secretarial Studies WILLIAM MILLER B.S. Social Studies if 1'3- w MA RC IA MORIARTY B. A. Accounting ...gl TIM MOSES B.A Political Science 47 of 1964 'ff'-2' PATRICIA MONROE B.A. Business Education DENNIS MOSS B. S . Accounting 'Q--Y J RUTH NASH B.S. Elementary Education v'1'-9 MARILYN PEDERSON B.A. Humanities JACK NOBLE B. S. Biology DIANE NATHE B.A. History 3' IUDITH O'BRIEN B.A. English CLASS g,..,-' THERESA NELSON B.A. Chemistry MARY PAULSON B . S . Music of 1964 JERRY POKARNEY B.A. Music E I :xv i E sfl' 4-9- STEVEN PETRINI 'I B.S. Mathematics f 5 JOSEPH PRESSLITZ B .A. chemistry KAREN REID B. S. Elementary Education 1-Sl? CELESTE PROULX B.A. English F 5 C LEMETTA SCHA LL ' B.A . Chemistry 3 MICHAEL RAMSEY B.S. Chemistry 49 i 5' ? u J ' 3 CA ROL SCHROER B.A, English def! -iv 'iff DOUGLAS TEDDY B. A. English 5 5' if" DANIEL SHULL B. A. Economics MARCIA TEDDY Elementary Education ,ea GLORIA SMITH B. A. English JOAN SKELTON B.S. Elementary Education ARLEN STEUBS B.S. Social Studies ELAINE THOMPSON B.S. Elementary Education x ' i W--'Y 59.41 I THOMAS TIGH ANTHONY TOGNETTI JOHN WEYH B.A. Business Administration B.S. Business Education B.A. Chemistry CLASS of 1964 MARTHA WOODFORD IUDY ZIKELI B.S. Secretarial Studies B.A. Sociology Nc' GEORGE WILLETT B.S. Accounting X. 1 Camille Schwabe Pat Hendrickson Elaine Tacke Edith jackson S9C1'ETSaI'y Treasurer Vice President President CLASS of 1 964 The long awaited R.N. degree is finally in sight. The only hurdle left is state boards. It's been three trying years of learning how to give shots, coping with the usual gripes, and trying to understand those complex mechanisms called people. We love it though, for it's our chosen profession BONNIE DUNSTA N MA RY ERIC KSON FRA NC IS HARBOLT 0 -al PATRIC IA I-IENDRICKSON EDITH IAC KSON BERNICE KIMMET 54 Z -N EWR, 5' ' 'via -Af ff ny-- Y, --s 'I' 'I .1 1 . K' nf f 3 A ga . ,L MARILYN LAMEY CAMILE SCHWABE GLORIA SUPER ELAINE TACKE , 0 X I S X f f 'V Q C I fs: ,A 1 55 X -,L Ml bf . . W AA S W . J-A if li A 'Ps THE 1964 Allen County Public Li 900 Webster Street mn PO Box 2270 Foft Wayne, IN 46801-2270 EDITOR -IN -CHIEF Carolyn Robisoh COPY EDITOR Diane Nathe LAY OUT EDITORS Linda Avila Shirley Kovacich CLASS EDITORS Bill DiRoeco Clara Hall SPORTS EDITORS Mel Beam Keith Fahey FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION EDITOR George Shanley ADVISER Sister Jeanine STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Pat Lee STAFF Paula Barsotti Fran Brulotte Georgia Carras Jo Ann Corr Lana Gamache Jean Graff Janis Holden Sister Jeanne Marguerite Peggy Kordos Patsi Noel Judy O'Brien Kathleen O'Brien John O'Connor Robert Price Karen Shea Lynden Smithson Jean Tenge Jerome Wallace CAR ITAS gui , I v -I -5 , Qqy - ug .?, .' Q l, 3 i 4- . .40 ..,':-'55 l , J X . 'A-fx-:Q 2 45 A., l I 5 'f" f J: . UU' . ,.wi' I I I L Q, ig in ln fa . i It 5, I5 Isla In In ls mmpllli 'F naman ml: g,ilil1gim,' - lfllilllllu ll I If ' L . 5.1. 1 AVI" f 5 l 5 U' l nl: 'vii amlllalml-.lliilqlgailz luinzlnjlx ' I' ' ' . ,ll Liull: um 5' . Q -..f 1 f 'i 'L 'K .QQ -ri , .fam f-' 4' . , '. ' . -5...-4-ur w -v . yi 'S PATRICIA BAKER JOHN BATEMAN RICHARD BEAUBIEN DELBERT BEAUDRY .cw 1,1 IOYC E BALL VS: ,F 56' BR AD LFY A DO LPH SO N HARRY AXTMANN LINDA AVILA 'T.'..2P LARRY BALLANTYNE Lf 'E' if Q . If -mf 1. 'A CHERIE BRYANT I I 1:9 JACQUELINE BU MGA RNER CHARLES BU NC H PATRICIA CA LAWAY JOHN CANNON GA IL BES ICH IANIS BIN KLEY PATRICIA BOGDEN IRENE BOTTOMLY A1 MICHAEL BROWN NIIQHJU J I 58 JOHN CASTNER MICHA EL CHA MBERLA IN I .cd C 153' -if JA MES CA RLILE WALTER CI-IAMBERLAIN DIANE CRAIG -i No' 7-7 LYLE COLEMAN STANLEY CROSS GA RY CROXFORD RICHARD DEEGAN Q D- ":7' RICHARD DeGROAT ll 1 'ZS '53 . A RAYMOND EHNES LORRAINE EUSTANCE CARL DEHNE GENE DES IARLAIS THOMAS DIMKE JANET DRAPER Roland Miceletti discusses ,pl JOHN ELLIOTT KAREN FAHEY JOHN FA SS LER WI -up 4 N OLAF FLA TNESS Xb the inevitable with Mr. Floyd PA TR IC K FLOYD EVELYN FORDAI-IL CAROL FOUSSARD 5 , T 'G 'mix' NT A l 'J' .J A 61 GORDON GARRETT IA MES CA SAWAY SR. GEORGE GAUTHIER ARTHUR GEIGER P 'v-1 DONNA GILBERT 1, ,. FQ , -pf 5 'LF' 'Ba ,,4-Q ?"4' .2 MI ,M w V? MARY ANNE HART IOANNE HAWKINS SR. PAUL NARCISSE HEROUX I - 1 - I . ..n, , g? -" . ,af gf K9 I CLASS PATRICIA HA RNEY DAVID GIFT CORREEN GLEN IAMES GODFREY SUSAN GOGGINS DARRELL HAIEK WILLIAM I-IANSON 117 I 53' 1 a . Q n w:.f..O' ,I s. '39 if rxuvl, j C rm Q Q ' Q s , , .q- .sr - - L, it 1215? THOMAS HILLSTRAND IUDITH HOFFMAN E. HOWARD HOLLEY WILLIAM HOLOVNIA IEANYCE HOLTZ BEVERLY HOULD Q W C LA YTON JACOBS 'il of 1965 -EPA T' 3 v L I RONALD JANIKULA REDMOND IANZER DIANNE JEFFREY MA RYA NN IOHA NNSEN LELAND JOHNSON RIC I-IA RD JOHNSON JOHN JONES SAMUEL KALAFAT PATRICIA KASTE . ,guy Q, :,, ,H ll nf" KIM, ,! I f" FH' 1 CARGLE KOMLOFSKE MICHAEL KRINGS X FRANK KUNZ 3? I - Ns - 11: A G NES KWA N DIANE LARSON SR. DANIELLA LQBLANC .V , 1 1 1 u I as' v 1 JOAN LEE KATHY LEHMAN 15 S- james Jones is caught by surprise RONALD LELAND after an exam. 41. i PUBLISHED BY THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF THE COLLEGE OF GREAT FALLS GREAT FALLS, MONTANA 'W' l-p 'Q 0- A 4 if i-.A -3 wa aug 1 PW? '- Li i.. Q Q- fl 2 ,, Q- 3 1' TN" -.-- i- rv-Q :TQ ., ll 1 1-4, 1 4-1, jean Lewis Linda Lewis Bridgid Lim his V54 qu... 1' Charles Lodge Am: I he Richard Lofstrom ....' Mp 66 Helen Loney Michael Lowe Helen Lowry Richard Lynch l Bonnie Martin .Li 'iv A A CIS 67 Mu rry Moore Dale Morton OI-Q., "'-4. Gary Mott CLASS Donald Murray jean Muir M 45" -3-M Q- 4 ,uh 68 james Naughton Sharon Nelson jean Nichols Linda Norsby -4? Lucia Pan Dennis Peck Dorothy Pellett Garry Pistoria of 1 965 '23- llllcu Noltimgllam Kathleen O'l3rien Alan Olson , I . I I Sylvia Paulson 69 .fl Q l Q f-1 :ff "fue 'FQ '75 Terry Richardson john Riffle .anal -A -. Sr. Bertha Rochon Karl Re mbe Dwayne Roe Ernest Polutnllx Robe rt Ra hn Marlene Rance Gladys Regan james Nelson, Don Murphy, and Michael Brown present 1 il R4 Mlchael Rosbar elxy F Q 'Ns Eda jane Rose l james Rostron 3, fi a panel in the A Q., -f National Govern- Russell Jmamo ment Class. Ronald Schroeder Gerald Schroer 3 Wi. xg Fred Sagebaum nn. Frank Schock John Schumgen 71 59' ...lg CLASS 'SI 76X - ,Qu 1'-5? "1" Douglas Simmons Ralph Scott Cheryl Slatter Mary Smile james Steensrud Rodger Stewart Anthony Sie fert john Shork john Shubat 41 i A Lynn Siebel 0 of .-. ' janet Stone 1965 Susan Stordahl , ton Q 'ZIP Marvin Strom 'jf Q Edward Sugrue Evelyn Sweeney 9:6 joe Taborek Q' Rosemary Tacke Anthony TOQQHCIII T- Kenneth Triepke Sr. Jeanne Marguerite Thibault 73 fr, xy' X Q X"S' if Sharon Wilburn 4-M7 Steve Weber Ben Webinger Linda Weyh Gary Williamson Margaret Zaleski 4, X Ruth Zanto ,' Marilyn Zook .imlll 4 l 437 Emily Winestead l ---" 'iltrax wh" - "l'm telling you Frank, you'd better drain that water off this parking lot." Father Fox demonstrating the Blessed Trinity to Linda Avila. Bridgid Lim showing one of the various library art displays. Classroom work breaks ..Green, green, its green the monotony of classes. they say. . ." I DEDICATICN To Sister Rose Irma, a woman of high ideals who sets goals and objectives that seem impossible today, but with faith and trust in God and mankind, are possible in the futureg a Woman Whose patience and courage in coping with the trials of a growing college have been an inspiration to allg a woman Whose endurance and foresight have made this very campus a realityg a woman whose leadership and example have taught us, the students at the College of Great Falls, the meaning of a truly Christian and Catholic educationg to her, we dedicate the 1964 CARITAS. 4 fc r . W 4 in ' 1 T fa fl.-5: " I ii-Ijfififfla 'FFP Y , ,. ' ' , ., , 1 I x, 3 -1 7-1 Q "-1.5. iss", . fr Q William DiRocco Keith Fahey Richard Millard Mary Anne Branagan Clara Hall President Vice President Senate Representative Treasurer Secretary CLASS of 1966 The aloof seniors may call them cocky and the harassed teachers may be forced to issue whole- sale advice. but the sophomores, neither abashed nor subdued, charge on academically and other- wise with an energy and a drive that keeps the college going. Testing new words and experiment- ing with new ideas. the second year students seem to be able to take just about anything without breaking stride. Perhaps they have quite a bit of justification when they warn the world. "just wait till we're seniors." 76 H779 w Michael Arnold Rudy Arriola Norman Ballantyne Paula Barsotti Raymond Bautista jose Bonilla if sul '-Q 52 Bette Albright Albert Aldrich Evelyn Allen Norma Anderson Tom Anderson john Armstrong f"it Li ps lisgq xv- 1:2 Carol Boucher Sha ron Bowman Q 6 Dean Boyce 'is I 'ffm Susan Bradoc Mary Anne Branagan Donald Brockland 'V f5 fb Ji Y-:rv i-.- ,DN f 4 f X- ' 3' i ' :N IQ -,---r CI? Fran Bruiotte james Bundi james Cail Georgia Carras Christina Cheng David Chumik james Colla Randall Connell Irene Conroy Robert Cookingham JoAnne Corr Sheila Cunningham ' -I Timothy Davison Warren Dean jo Anne Diamond Carl Dielihuns William DiRoCco john Doulas fa Y .fi . lx . A QV E 3, 'I' , N ' 4 ,,, -dw X 1 wiv" f RK' -fm! ' K?-v f Q5 er -av' ' 1'-v Kenneth Dunlap xl ' - l Michele Etchart tum lr Keith Fahey john Farley L tta Flo d S we Y Norman Foster lx in 'ig -J 'RQ .21- Kareri Grasseschi Rose Green jacques Gregoire CLASS of 1 966 T fi XV Shirley Granbois john Frtitiet Lana Gamaehe Robert Gersack Catherine Gibson Peter Gilligan Patricia Glass ,af .. ff? 'xt I Q 5 b pf, ,"'Y'+i--1 " ,L . , ie, " - S lpn i l ' rf L :fp l YJ' Lynden Smithson and Shirley Granbois chat between classes. Clara Hall jeffrey Hall james Gregorius Patsi Griffin joseph Guannu Thomas Haag Kenneth Haines Martin Halko Judy Harmon Dudley Hartmann Homer Hartsell Nathan Haushalter Andrew Heath Carolyn Hensleigh Armand Herbert x K f - l A 1,494 pd I X X joseph Hueth 'fi' Janice Holden Carol Hudak Ji Meri Vandeberg works at her part time job in the library. Margaret Hutchins Barry Hutchison jerry Hutchison james Hutton Russell Iverson David jackman it X1-' it Mary jane Jacobson Robert jaeb Marjorie jimmerson Donald johnson Muriel Johnston Carroll jones Galwricl Kulskc Robert Kolly Robert Klasncr jaroslaw Krulas Donald Kurtti Mary Kay Lampman I o N Faculty S .1 F13- 3 1 The pathway to light. Organizations P. 126 Activities P. 1 50 5 5 'ah .a, 'VP' fl PQ 'f 'i if! Q S it x .x 1 A3-S x , 1 1'-Ls' Y ' ia 'W t hi. X ' K QQ. 1 S .. -? Administration And Classes P. 38 I : f 1 i ' , .,. . , , ' 47 tag 3 john Lindseth Ha rvey Maa 5 Law renee Ma lmhe rg Sr. Rita of Cha rity Ma rcotte Sr. Mary Adrian 2 , Marian Laura Ma rtin 87 an .4 I-00 'tts- Marvin Marxer William McDaniel Theresa McKenna Thomas McLuhan jerry Medved Richard Millard T' has ad Ellen Nauman Shirley Nardinger jack Noble jack Muzzana Dole Miller Karen Molen Michael Moser Marie Morris Robert Morris Donald Murphy 5? gl V. ivv- -I-g - 0 -.,. fi Nh! if Cf"i Sr. Dolores Rita and Patricia Bogtlen performing an experi- a-...-. N Robe rt Oo s Inara Ore Patsi Noel Arthur O'Brien Patrick O'Connell john O'Conner William O'l-Iare Lance Olsen bfy ment in the organic chemistry laboratory. Suzanne Parrot 7 Benjamin Peterson Norman Pickering David Prescott Carol Ragland Edward Randash Lili Richtscheid -ESX Pia' 3. fl 0 3 l YE? fi ff? Dolores Rita Robert 89 james Ries Anthony Rio 'c Students translating in the foreign language laboratory Sharon Roos Karen Rose Kamisha Samson Keith Schali David Schmedding Robert Schott 4 'WW A Q .qv A 4-ag ' NT YP . 57 1' 164, William Scotson George Shanley Karen Shea Bruce Shockiey Don Stemple Sherlee Stroop U94 Virginia Thornton Bobbie Todd Meri Vandeberg "3- for Richard Thornton -sw- K 5 Rieliurd Sweat Cheryl Talifson William Taylor Donald Teeple Edna Temple 3' jean Tenge ...uf -4' ,fiwyi , :N rf x ' 5, -'lm T ' ' L : . , - , df. 14mm Q ,rfb lj' 1 :K-ikfy A 39:- Q54 f Q-., f-,-R.: JV Q . Kathy Van Hoorn Jerome Wallace William Waltari William Whitsitt Gerald Wilkins Kathy Wilsey CLASS of 1 966 Eleanore Wolff Gary Zuelke Frank Zvonar l lt, g-1 3 l Carolyn Hensleigh and Patricia Monroe concentrate diligently While taking an exam. "We made every little star. " a rn jerry and Barry Hutchinson confuse Dave Prescott. Mrs. Bell explaining a problem to Keith Fahey before class. 1 l 1 l I Friendship, the key to understanding. 93 . ,' bm.: f w V ' S Ei fiwl ' mix fi - '.l'x -f.-fa: I , ' I Z g E14- '. -----'-F: 't"'f"fQlIl D - .1 2 ..--J I , ' L 1 f A 7 1 " Y," X IUTBTLSE I ,. 11 4 I


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