SPRING 1997 Montanan - Volume 14, Number 3
Class Notes are compiled and edited by Paddy O'Connell MacDonald, M.A. '81. If you would like to submit information, please drop her a line at the Alumni Association, Brantly Hall, The University of Montana, Missoula, MT 59812-0013. Or e-mail your news to: firstname.lastname@example.org
'30sJerome C. Frankel '34 of Cleveland, Ohio, writes: "At this tender age, I find it most beneficial to keep mentally as well as physically active with the grand title of part-time financial secretary to one of our local school district's recreation departments. I also volunteer one afternoon a week for the Cleveland Society for the Blind. In my spare time I manage two or three sessions of tennis (doubles!). The fall Montanan was most interesting, though in the early '30s there was not much 'free' cash available to indulge in much 'night-life.' The Forester's Ball was our high event of the year."
Betty Eiselein Wetzel '37 and her husband, Winston, Ed.D. '64, live in Bigfork. Betty's article, "Near Eighty&-and Tall in the Saddle," about a pack trip into the Bob Marshall Wilderness was originally published in The New York Times travel section and has been included in a Seal Press anthology, Season of Adventure: Traveling Tales and Outdoor Journeys of Women over Fifty. Betty is listed in the 21st edition of Marquis Who's Who in American Women.
Arthur L. Melby '40 and his wife live in Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico. Arthur retired after a career that included owning businesses in Guatemala, San Francisco and Carmel, Calif., and five years in the FBI. He writes: "Ajijic is a Columbian fishing village on Lake Chapala. There are two or three thousand retirees and ex-patriots living here, mostly Americans, but a large number of Canadians and a smattering of Europeans. There is a frenetic social whirl&-cocktail and dinner parties, which I avoid for the most part. My contribution to sociability is holding occasional Sunday afternoon classical music concerts in our home.
"We enjoy our life of retirement in this isolated, peaceful corner of the earth. Our door is always open to any of my classmates from the forestry school of so many years ago, and we hope that any of them who come down to these parts will drop in and see us. You will be most welcome."
Bill Barry '51, M.A. '55, Ed.D. '77, a retired biology professor in Cusick, Wash., is a water quality and public health consultant and has written 25 research papers since he retired from teaching. Bill was recently one of the featured speakers at a weeklong international water science seminar in Rome.
Joel Roth '51, J.D. '57, writes: "I served as district judge in Great Falls for 18 years, retiring in 1994. I took my 'dream trip' this winter to Tahiti, five other Polynesian islands, the Fiji Islands, the Cook Islands and New Zealand.
"I'm currently president of the Great Falls Friendship Force Club. Our club is planning a trip to Warsaw, Munich and Salzburg in July. I'm looking forward to being a grandfather in May."
Bill Shreeve '54, M.Ed. '58, received the 1996 Washington State Award for Excellence in Teacher Preparation. The award was presented in Olympia, Wash., by the governor and the state superintendent of public schools. Chairman of Eastern Washington University's Department of Education for the past 24 years, Bill also received the President's Medal from Eastern Washington University. He lives in Cheney.
Donald N. Elliston '55 of Wenatchee, Wash., retired as co-owner of Wenatchee Clinic Pharmacy. He writes: "In my 37 years there, the pharmacy grew from a two-man operation to the second largest clinic pharmacy in Washington state. I plan to remain active in local UM alumni events, Rotary and various professional groups. My wife, Cathie Hurd Elliston, and I will spend our summers at our home in Lake Chelan."
Patsy Anderson Brown '56 of Missoula writes: "An alert to the class of '57! It's not too early to start making plans to attend Homecoming this fall and celebrate your 40 years since graduation. You don't need to be a graduate to attend. A special invitation is issued to the Missoula folks, as many of them were missed last fall.
"If the fun had by the class of 1956 last October was any indication of what to expect, the class of '57 will also be caught up in the spirit of renewing friendships and sharing life experiences with classmates&-some not seen for years. We laughed, cried and remembered what our carefree days at UM were like with the "Bunny Hop," Piggy and Hawaiian dances, the antics of Arbor Day, painting the "M," and the rest of our great traditions. We knew everyone on campus&-and it was the same at Homecoming, the largest 40th reunion gathering in several years.
"Don't miss it&-memories will be created, former cronies will be reunited, and you'll be glad you planned ahead to attend!"
Clark Hamor '58 writes from Ontario, Ore. (e-mail address email@example.com): "I retired after 36 years as a library/media specialist. My first two years after graduation were spent at UM's library. In 1960, I followed a former UM graduate and faculty member to Livonia, Mich., where I was an elementary school librarian. During that time, I acquired a master's in library science from the University of Michigan. The year 1966 found me in Oregon, where I worked in several school districts before retiring in June 1994. A sabbatical in the 1975-76 school year netted me a master's in education.
"My years in central Oregon got me back to fly fishing. I've been tying flies and building fly rods now for the past 30 years. I'd like to have former classmates meet me sometime so I can show them some wonderful scenery and great fly fishing.
"The past two falls found me playing in the Alumni Band at Homecoming. It has been a wonderful experience to rekindle friendships from 40 years ago. I've had the opportunity to play with my first music teacher, Dean Vinal '42, as well as Glenn Patton '51, who was band instructor when I graduated from high school in Libby.
"I would like to encourage former UM band members to join me and others for Homecoming '97. Contact the UM music school for information. See you in the fall!"
Larry Nitz '58 of Billings performs with Julie Bishop '77 in the Repertoire Singers. Larry served on the board of the Billings Symphony and chairs the Messiah Festival.
David E. Poncin '60 of Grangeville, Idaho, retired from the U.S. Forest Service after 38 years.
Ronald B. Chase, M.A. '61, Ph.D. '68, is a geology professor at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo.
Robert M. Lutz '62 of Houston is director of human resources for Texaco's technology division.
Kenneth Roger Neil '62, J.D. '65, was named a district judge in Great Falls by Gov. Marc Racicot, J.D. '73. Ken replaced Bob Goff, J.D. '71, who died in July.
Dave Eck '63 lives in Rohert Park, Calif., and is a chemistry professor at Sonoma State University.
Tom Anderson '64, professor of medicine and chief of hematology and oncology at the Medical College of Wisconsin, was recently honored with an American Cancer Society professorship. Tom and his wife, Rita, live in Wauwatosa. They have two children.
Tom Croci '65 of Bohemia, N.Y., is principal of Slocum Elementary School. Tom, a former UM baseball standout, was inducted into the Long Island Amateur Softball Hall of Fame.
Raymond G. Dilley, M.A. '66, was appointed general manager of WJHU-FM, a Baltimore radio station owned by Johns Hopkins University.
John Alexander '67, J.D. '70, lives in Great Falls and is a partner in the law firm of Alexander, Kuenning, Miller and Ugrin. He is president-elect of the Cascade County Bar Association.
David Gliko '67, J.D. '70, is city attorney in Great Falls and president of the Cascade County Bar Association.
Sonja Fjeld Wilson '67 was honored by the Shelby Business and Professional Women and the Shelby Promoter during National Business Women's Week. Sonja is president of the Sherlock Motel. She and her husband, Mark, have two children, Tadd and Paige.
Dave Hoye '68 received the 1996-97 School Social Worker of the Year award for the state of Iowa. He works for Area Education Agency Four in Sioux City and lives in Everly with his wife, Cheri, and their daughters, Stephanie and Michelle.
Navy Cmdr. Ronald E. Madeen '69 recently concluded a tour as commanding officer of the USS Mahlon S. Tisdale, a San Diego-based frigate that was decommissioned in September.
Bill Horak '73 is chief of district water resources operations for the U.S. Geological Survey, headquartered in Lakewood, Colo.
Cris Anderson '74 and his wife, Kim, live in Missoula. He writes: "We are happy to say that Allyssa Jeanne (another Daddy's girl) has come into our lives! She was born Dec. 30, 1996, just in time for a nice tax deduction. Shayne, our first, is already three feet tall, and I've talked to Robin Selvig about coaching for a few more years. I'm 6'7", so who knows&-the Lady Griz may have a center on the way!"
Raul Cano, Ph.D. '74, is a microbiology professor at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo. He received the American Academy of Microbiology's 1997 Carski Foundation Distinguished Teaching Award.
Sandra Harner-Peck '74 lives in Vista, Calif., and is principal at E. Hale Curran Elementary School in Murrieta.
Thomas L. Valach '74 lives in Minneapolis and is designer and production manager for the theater department at Anoka-Ramsey Community College. In addition to designing scenery, lighting, costumes and props for the college productions, Tom produces all the concerts and special events in the 350-seat proscenium. In his spare time, he works with the drama department at Roseville area high school in St. Paul and plays baritone horn in the Minnesota Freedom Band. He has lived in the Twin Cities for 20 years.
Julie Stewart Bishop '77 lives in Billings, where she teaches voice and sings at civic and private functions. Recently she and Larry Nitz '58 performed with Billings' Repertoire Singers.
Deborah Doyle McWhinney '77 is executive vice president of information for Visa International in Foster City, Calif. She lives in Tiburon.
U.S. Navy Cmdr. David Richardson '78 was commander of the USS Baltimore, a nuclear submarine in the Mediterranean and Adriatic seas. He, his wife and their five children live in Norfolk, Va.
Gail Small '78 of Lame Deer was appointed to serve on the Federal Reserve Board's Consumer Advisory Council.
Brenda Bronken Miller '79, co-owner of Shelby Floral and Gift, was honored by the Shelby Business and Professional Women during National Business Women's Week. Brenda and her husband, Chip, have three sons: Kyle, Craig and Robby.
Shelley Van Atta '79, director of college relations and marketing at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, was one of six women honored at the YWCA's "Salute to Women."
Tuufuli Uperesa '79 lives in Pago Pago, American Samoa, where he is a counselor at the government's vo-tech high school. He is also American Samoa's national coach in field and track. Tuufuli and his wife, Sia, have three children: Derek, Dari, and Sameme. He also has four children from a previous marriage: Duke, Lisa, Fele and Baladar.
Linda Williams '79 is a conference coordinator at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City.
Navy Lt. Cmdr. Kelly M. Johnson '80 reported for duty at the office of the chief of Naval Operations in Washington, D.C.
Mike McInally '80 lives in Missoula and is editor of the Missoulian. He and his wife, Diane Hadella McInally '79, M.B.A. '86, have two daughters, Shannon and Samantha.
Thomas Newman '80 is senior geologist for Holman Inc., based in Fort Collins, Colo.
Josh Robinson '80, M.Ed. '82, and his wife, Shelley Morton Robinson '82, live in Hibbing, Minn. He is director of special education for the Grand Rapids School District. Josh lectures at state and regional conferences and consults in the areas of emotional and behavioral disorders and learning disabilities. Shelley is executive director of Range Center, an organization which provides residential and vocational services to adults with developmental disabilities. She's also a board member of the Association of Residential Resources of Minnesota and is active with the Iron Range Labor Management Association. The Robinsons have two children, Panika and Wilson.
Cynthia A. Tencick '80 is district ranger for the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest Service in Wise River.
Bart Andrus '81 and his wife, Karen, live in Billings, where he is head football coach for the Rocky Mountain Bears. He was named NAIA Division I Coach of the Year.
Garry Oye '81 lives in Pleasant Hill, Calif., and is the wilderness program leader for the U.S. Forest Service's Pacific Southwest Region. He has a son, Brett. Garry writes: "I just returned from a 21-day kayak trip on the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon!"
Bruce Williamson '81 is vice president of finance for PanEnergy in Great Falls.
David Curtis '82 and his wife, Deanna Bornhoft Curtis '84, live in Los Angeles, where David is founder and director of the Tibetan Language Institute and Deanna is a graduate student at the University of Southern California. They have a son, Henry.
Paula Rubino Delaney '82 is a manager at Hamilton Misfeldt and Co. in Great Falls.
Kristin Kliber Larsen '82,who lives in Belgium with her husband, Craig x'83, writes: "I'm teaching school for the Department of Defense at the NATO headquarters and Craig is director of community relations for the military bases. He was deployed to Hungary for four months this year in support of the troops for Operation Joint Endeavor. We have two lovely daughters, Erika Faith and Kaitlin. They keep us very busy."
Jon Peterson, M.S. '82, is group leader of hepatitis product development at Ortho Clinical Diagnostics, a Johnson & Johnson company in Raritan, N.J. He earned his Ph.D. in biochemistry from Iowa State University in 1990. Jon, his wife, Debbie, and their three children live in Bethlehem, Penn., at the southern edge of the Poconos.
He writes: "I commute on a linear parking lot for two hours each day, where the term 'escape from New York' is more reality than fiction. I work with people who have never been west of the Delaware River, and the first time they saw a deer was from the window of a biochem lab overlooking the park-like setting of the corporate campus. When I mention Montana, they think of John Wayne, 'Injuns,' Unabombers and Freeman. No real sense in enlightening them&-some things are best kept a secret."
Dale Hannon '83 is the librarian at Polson High School. She and her husband, Christopher Frissell, have a son.
Annie Pontrelli x'83, community relations and outreach coordinator at UM, was included in the 20th edition of Who's Who of American Women.
Dan Strakal '83 is assistant director for technical careers at the University of Notre Dame in Gary, Ind.
Jeannine Meeds Willison, M.A. '83, is a licensed, clinical professional counselor and lives in Conrad.
John W. "Jack" Berry '84 and his wife, LeeAnn F. Beagles Berry '85, live in Helena. Jack writes: "We are thrilled to announce the birth of our daughter, Magen Ann, on Dec. 9, 1996. I am vice president of Valley Bank of Helena. I'm also past president of the Helena Lions Club and a board member of Helena Food Share and the Montana affiliate of the American Diabetes Association. When not involved with banking or civic duties, I can be found playing keyboard with a country band. I'm also enrolled in the M.B.A. program at UM. LeeAnn teaches first grade in the Helena School District and is pursuing her master's degree in education. We return to UM for Homecoming, where we enjoy cheering for the Griz!"
Matt Bishop '84 teaches math and computer science at Polson Middle School.
Joseph Chase '84 earned a master's of divinity degree from Fuller Theological Seminary and is a minister who has served churches in Helena, Kensington, Minn., and now Gresham, Ore. He and his wife, Jane x'81, have three children: Ben, Tim and Michelle.
Linda Lang '84, M.S. '91, lives in Columbus, Ohio, and is staff planner for Stillwater County.
Bob Latz '85, of Florence, Ky., is interim director of the physical therapy department at Marshall University in Huntington, W.V. For whom did you cheer, Bob, during the championship football game between the Griz and the Thundering Herd?
Anne Hepburn Ore '87 is co-owner of Magpie Books in Three Forks.
Mary Slama Rehm '88 of Helena writes: "I got a chuckle from the article 'Bobcats and Grizzlies: A State Divided.' I'm in one of those 'mixed marriages,' and it can create a lot of tension. Even though my husband, Brent, is a staunch Bobcat, as a Christmas gift last year he bought me my ticket to attend the championship game against Marshall. My mother and I went and had a great time! It would have been even better if the Griz had won, but there's always next year!"
Michelle Willits '88 is entertainment section editor for the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Bob Brown, M.Ed. '88, is a lobbyist for US West and lives in Whitefish. Recently, he was appointed to the State Board of Public Education.
Philip C. Johnson '90 is a sales associate for Johnson Hardware in Sidney.
Doug Nicholson '90 is a vice president at D.A. Davidson and Co. in Great Falls. He and his wife, Paige Wilson Nicholson '89, have twin sons.
Anthony J. Olszanski '90 is a doctor at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Hospital in Hanover, N.H.
Dan Oswalt '90 writes: "I am living in Seattle and working as food services coordinator at the Pacific Science Center. Go Griz and go Mariners!"
Aaron Rudio '90 is a vice president at D.A. Davidson and Co. in Great Falls.
Christian Appel '91 is a physical therapist at Bozeman Deaconess Hospital.
Chrade Younkin '91 is the youth choir director for Central Presbyterian Church in Des Moines, Iowa, and a voice instructor in the Des Moines area. Recently he was a guest singer at the Butte Symphony Orchestra's Christmas performance.
Matthew W. Cooper '92, J.D. '96, is an attorney with the law firm of Harris and Callaghan in Missoula.
Ken Jasper '92 and his wife, Barb, live in St. Regis, where Ken is self-employed. Recently he was selected to join the community board of Norwest Bank in Superior.
Capt. Michael Mathews '92 and his wife, Carrie, live in Ansbach, Germany, where he is stationed with the U.S. Army.
Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Shannon D. Noble x'92 recently received the Navy-Marine Corps Achievement Medal and the Navy Good Conduct Medal while serving with Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron 43 Naval Air Station in San Diego.
Susan Werner O'Leary, M.S. '92, a trauma nursing specialist, is project manager for the Critical Illness and Trauma Foundation in Bozeman.
Shen Whiteside '92 is a volunteer with the Peace Corps, working in Turkmenistan, which borders the Caspian Sea and Iran.
Robert Zenker, J.D. '92, is a Madison County attorney and lives in Silver Star, Mont., with his children, Meghan and Shane, and his partner, Peggy Probasco, J.D. '83.
Marine 1st Lt. Daniel P. Carlson '93, a Naval aviator, was presented with the "Wings of Gold," at the culmination of his flight training at the Training Air Wing Two, Naval Air Station in Kingsville, Texas.
Guna Kupcs Chaberek, M.A. '93, lives in Superior and volunteers at the elementary schools and the Community Food Bank; she's also vice president of the local chapter of the Women in Timber.
Kathy Knudson '93 teaches fifth grade at Polson Middle School. She and her husband, John, have four children.
Rusty Sullivan '93 lives in Superior, where he owns Rodeo Sports Medicine, which provides acute and chronic emergency care for injured rodeo cowboys. Rusty also manages the Rock 'n Rodeo, a restaurant, bar and casino owned by his father.
Jerry Campbell, M.B.A. '94, is an investment executive at Piper Jaffray in Butte.
Pete Geddes '94 is program director for the Foundation for Research on Economics and the Environment and the Gallatin Institute in Bozeman. His writings have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the Seattle Times and the Bozeman Chronicle. Pete and his wife, Julie, have three sons.
Carrie Smoot-Jensen '94, M.B.A. '95, is a staff accountant for Hamilton and Misfeldt Co. in Great Falls.
Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Scott A. Squillace '94 graduated from the Navy's Basic Nuclear Power School at the Naval Nuclear Power Training Unit in Ballston Spa, N.Y.
Barbara Thorson '94 is program coordinator for the Chemical Dependency Counselor Training program at Lane Community College in Eugene, Ore.
Sarah Akhtar x'95 is a paralegal in the U.S. Legal Department of Microsoft Corp. in Seattle.
Diana Buckley '95 is marketing director of Balboa Naval Hospital in San Diego, Calif.
Maj. Bjorn P. Moene, M.B.A. '95, and his wife, Maj. Kathryn Hinnaland Moene '85, are stationed at Eglin Air Force Base in Valparaiso, Fla.
Rachel Schueller '95 of Mali, West Africa, writes: "Greetings from the heart of darkness! I realize I am a ways north of the actual literary Conradian location, but it is entertaining to think of myself as a long-term resident of the H.O.D. And besides, I can buy love potions made from lizards and black cats in my local market, and I'm not sure this is still possible in the modernized Congo region . . .It has taken me the past year to find a place for myself in the Peace Corps in Mali, but now that I have done so, I am enjoying myself here. My job is to teach environmental education to teenagers at a school, but I also teach literacy to women in villages."
Patricia Snyder '95 is a reporter for the Daily Courier in Grants Pass, Ore.
Kevin Brown, J.D. '96, practices law with the firm of Fred Paoli, Jr., in Livingston.
Francis Davis, M.A. '96, is a sports reporter for the Ravalli Republic in Hamilton.
Tim Hanson '96 lives in Sidney, where he is a pharmacist at the Sidney Health Center.
J.F. Hewittt '96 teaches music at Linderman and Cherry Valley grade schools in Polson.
Robert C. Lukes, J.D. '96, is an associate at the law firm of Garlington, Lohn and Robinson in Missoula.
Dan Manson, J.D. '96, is an attorney with the law firm of Corette, Pohlman and Krebe in Butte.
Eva Mastandrea, M.F.A. '96, is assistant professor of art at Western Montana College-UM in Dillon.
Shellie Nelson '96 is assistant news editor for the Missoulian. She and her husband, Wayne, live near Turah.
Zane Kent Sullivan, J.D. '96, is an attorney in the law firm of Sullivan and Tabaracci in Missoula.
New Alumni Association Life Members
Larry Altenbrun, '72, M.Ed. '78, Missoula
Richard Andriolo '61, J.D. '63, Bozeman
Albert Bingham, J.D. '95, Las Vegas, Nev.
David Bjornson '79, J.D. '85, Missoula
Michael Boehme '71, Salt Lake City, Utah
Timothy Borchers '84, Seattle, Wash.
Beverly Simpson Braig '63, Kalispell
Robert Braig '65, Kalispell
Chad Canfield '96, Lake Oswego, Ore.
Tom Carkulis '52, Billings
Silver Chord '74, M.Ed. '75, Fairbanks, Alaska
Edward Coffman '77, Missoula
John Coghlen '65, Spokane, Wash.
Wendy Barr Coghlen '67, Spokane, Wash.
Dawn D'Angelillo '84, Warren, Va.
Patricia Jones Eastman '63, Billings
Walter Hamor '58, Ontario, Ore.
Sean Harmon '94, Cape Elizabeth, Maine
Rodger Huckabee, M.Ed. '87, Quilcene, Wash.
John Jawor '77, Chicago, Ill.
Stephen Jennings '72, M.Ed. '80, Paradise, Calif.
Bridget Kilroy '80, M.A. '88, Pittsburg, Pa.
Ted Lovec '73, Billings
Jeanette Sayer McKee '69, Hamilton
Michael McKee '67, Hamilton
Susan Mocabee '81, Kirkland, Wash.
Jerome Morasko '83, Shelby
Jodi Fleming Oberweiser '86, Drummond
Clifford Parsons '50, Richmond, Va.
Dawn Grant Pedersen '81, Mariposa, Calif.
Romie Pedersen '78, Mariposa, Calif.
Catherine Campbell Reiber '88, Missoula
Karen Ann Reyner '74, Missoula
Samuel Sargent '84, Washington, Ok.
Dore Schwinden '81, Wolf Point
Rachel Rigdon Smith '84, Sewanee, Ga.
John St. Peter '81, Brooklyn Park, Minn.
Wendy Leiner St. Peter '83, Brooklyn Park, Minn.
James Thomas '76, M.B.A. '81, Seattle, Wash.
Jill Danforth Thompson '80, Portland, Ore.
Gary Verhoff '93, Tempe, Ariz.
Warren Weed '70, Danvers, Mass.
Ronald Wesley Williams '70, Heisler, Alberta
Allyssa Jeanne to Cris Anderson '74 and Kim Anderson, Dec. 30, 1996, in Missoula.
Isabella Gloria Paoli, born Nov. 12, 1995, in Medellin, Columbia, adopted July 29, 1996, by Monica Conrad Paoli '80 and David Paoli '82, J.D. '86, in Missoula.
Madeleine Rae Wiberg to Larry Schenck '81 and Liza Wiberg, July 7, 1996, in Seattle, Wash.
Cullen Barrett Williams to Charles (Dusty) Williams '81 and Bethanne Williams, Nov. 25, 1996, in New Orleans, La.
Henry David to Deanna Bornhoft Curtis '84 and David Curtis '82, Sept. 12, 1996, in Santa Monica, Calif.
Magen Ann to LeeAnn F. Beagles Berry '85 and John W. "Jack" Berry '84, Dec. 9, 1996, in Helena.
Brandon Willard to Mary Slama Rehm '88 and Brent Rehm, Sept. 9, 1996, in Helena.
Carsten Richard Boynton to Brent Pease '90 and Paula Pease, Dec. 14, 1996, in Missoula.
Max Angelo to Mollie Maffei, J.D. '91, and Steve Wellman, July 7, 1996, in Butte.
The Alumni Office extends sympathy to the families of the following alumni, friends and faculty.
Eunice Morris Brown, Missoula
Jeannette Garver '25, Santa Barbara, Calif.
Mary B. Kirkwood '26, Moscow, Idaho
Ann Nilson McCulloch '26, Cambridge, Ontario
Helen Aiken Newton '26, Newport Beach, Calif.
Nora Arthur Barry '27, Phoenix, Ariz.
Ruth Davis Bloom '27, Missoula
Danta C. Hanson '27, Billings
Ivan S. Mechling x'27, Seattle, Wash.
Winifred Crawford Thomas '27, Alexandria, Va.
Betty Baxter Coulter x'28, Sun City, Ariz.
David J. Maclay '28, Missoula
Earl C. Rundle x'28, Duluth, Ga.
Freda Elizabeth Mahlstedt Jones '29, M.A. '65, Cascade
Esther Judge Enderlein '31, Hamilton
Eleanor Kaatz LaFrance '32, Shelby
Freda V. McCaig '32, San Francisco, Calif.
Harold N. Hammond x'33, Anaconda
Herb Lawrence '33, Beaverton, Ore.
Philip P. Miller x'33, San Anselmo, Calif.
Helen B. Larsen Unser '33, Gainesville, Fla.
Esther Lentz Coriell '34, Medford, N.J.
James Patrick Murphy x'35, Polson
Roy L. "Squint" Peden x'35, Bozeman
Cale J. Crowley x'36, Billings
Merth F. Thompson x'36, Lakeside
Barbara Keith Toole Kress x'37, Missoula
Florence M. Schmidt '37, Alpine, Calif.
Ruth Bergan Ruder '38, Kalispell
Julius Shiner x'39, Butte
William V. Baker '39, Parker, Colo.
Dorie Love Colvin x'39, Great Falls
Leo B. Sigman '39, Billings
Norven O. Langager '40, Billings
Guy C. Rogers x'40, Missoula
James H. Atkinson x'41, Jackson, Miss.
Madge Cross Williams x'41, Libby
Joseph B. Dugal x'42, Missoula
Betty R. Mullikan Mitchell '42, El Centro, Calif.
James R. Paul '42, J.D. '47, Great Falls
Helen Kulstad Peterson x'42, Lake Stevens, Wash.
Miriam Moody Johnson '46, Long Beach, Wash.
John W. Koetter '46, M.Ed. '63, Belt
Donald D. Blair, M.Ed. '48, Billings
B.L. Edmiston '48, LaFayette, Calif.
Eugene O. Gillette '48, Sidney
Arthur E. Soulsby, M.Ed. '48, Regina, Saskatchewan
Florence Enright Brown, M.Ed. '49, Billings
James H. Carty '49, Montesano, Wash.
Robert V. Parke '49, Fort Collins, Colo.
Marian Kolppa Armstrong '50, Bellevue, Wash.
Milan Boryan x'50, Arlington, Va.
LeEtta Harper Carver x'50, Kalispell
James P. Graham '50, Big Timber
Barbara Jean Hartin Kincaid '50, Spokane, Wash.
Donald C. Philips '51, Sweetgrass
George A. Urbach '52, LaJolla, Calif.
George Levchak '53, Minneapolis, Minn.
Edgar A. Miller '53, M.Ed. '63, Cobb, Calif.
Ronald G. Osterholm '54, Walnut Creek, Calif.
James A. Pfusch '54, Whitefish
Earl E. Walton '54, Missoula
Robert J. Emmons, J.D. '56, Great Falls
Kay Lund Collins '58, Plentywood
Vernon Paul Day, M.Ed. '58, Kalispell
Donald MacMillan '58, M.A. '67, Ph.D. '73, Helena
Emmett P. O'Neill, J.D. '59, Kalispell
Blaine A. Cummins '60, Missoula
Mary Ellen McAvoy Anderson '61, Billings
Susan McCall Mowbray '62, Seattle
James J. Kenny, M.Ed. '63, Helena
Olive Noyes Krein '64, St. Ignatius
William H. Liddicoat '69, Seattle, Wash.
James R. MacLean '70, Missoula
Kenneth W. Grant '71, M.F.A. '77, Missoula
Michael D. Morris, M.A. '73, Missoula
Carl S. Nordberg '80, Helena
Kenneth W. Heare '81, Evaro
Duncan "Pokey" Allen x'82, Missoula
Sherry Mahon Francetich '83, Lolo
Charles A. "Bill" Bishop, J.D. '84, Polson