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Of course a dedication is no great reward, but perhaps it will help to s h ow you, "Tooky," the extent of our appreciation for your friendship, guidance, and devotion. Your smiling face will be remembered long after the "square roots" and "Roman civilizations" h a v e passed from memory.


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P. A. CHRISTIANSON Dean of Faculty, Dean of Men B.S., M.S., University of North Dakota ; Mathematics.

EVA S. OGG Dean of Women A.B., Midland College; M.A., University of Wisconsin; PhD., University

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Education.

History

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ITSUKO ISHIO A.A., North Idaho Junior College Registrar

WARREN T. SHEPPARD Bursar


RAY LIBERG Student Bocly President

BOB SCOTT Student Body Vice President

JANET BEST Student Body Secretary

The Student Board of Control is the student government composed of the elected class officers and faculty advisors and is responsible for directing the functions of the student body. Ray Liberg has done an outstanding job as chairman of this board and has set an example for future student body presidents.

Back row, left to right: Dale Roske, Charles Best, Mr. Rhodes, Mr. Young, Kenneth Williams. Front row: Bob Scott, Cooki<' Best, Ray Li berg, Miss Nishio, Ed Peery.


ANN McGOVERN Chairman

MARVIN FISCHER Vice Chairman

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The Student Union Board ong1路 nates and governs all activities, functions, and policies connected with the Studenl Union. The board has demonstrated a high degree of efficiency in carrying out its responsibilities and should be commended.

BO NITA PLANTE Secretary

Back row: Mr. Bob linck, John Bentley, Marv Fischer, Charles Best. Front row: Bonita Plante, Raye Burch, Mrs. Gilbert, Ann McGovern.


COY ' E BUR ETT B.A .. Univer.,ity or '.\fontana; '.\'I.A.. Univer"ity or Montana; Vocal '.\lusic. GILBERT ~. Bl.JR~S B.A.. Eastern Washington College of Education; '.\I.A.. Columbia Uni\'ersity: Gradu路 ate Stud) at Unher.,ity of Washington. IJlinoi" tate ormal, U. S. Army chooh.; Instrumenral \1u:,ic.

IRE E CILRLSTJANSO B.S. in Education, University of North Dakota; Librarian, Bookstore Manager. LORETTA DU ' IGA B.A.. lloly Names College; M.A .. Gonzaga University; Business.

II. FRANK EVANS B. Ed .. Southern Illinois University; Biologica l cicnccs. CLEVE CAI E Graduate of Sweeney's Automotive and Elec路 trical School. Kansas City. Mo.; Automobile Mechanics.

GERTRUDE GILBERT B.., University of :Minnesota; '.\f.C.S.. University of Indiana; Business. MERCY J. GRIDLEY B.S.. M.S.. Oregon State ColJege; Social Sciences.


BERYL JOHNSON B.M.. Uni\erc,ity of Idaho: Student of Eurhythmics. [n-;titute Jacques Dalcroze. Switzerland; Phy-;ical F;ducation. MARIE ELDER KRIDER Fre~no State College; orth Idaho College of Education; Librarianship Seminar. Univer~ity of Washington; Gonzaga University; Holy 'fame!.' College; Assistant Librarian. Assistant Book Store ~lanager.

ROBERT 0. LINCK B.S. Education. University of Idaho; Physical Education. DEXTER H. MOSER B.S.. M.S .. Montana State College; Engineering. Guidance.

W. F. POWERS Graduate rrom L. L. Addcox School of Auto· mobile Mechanics, Portland. Oregon; At· tended Carter Carburetor School. Spokane, Washington; · Automobile Mechanics. EARL PRIDDY B.M., Chicago Musical College; A.B., Colorado State College of Education; M.A. (Speech), M.A. (Music), University of Southern California; Languages, Dramatics.

PETER REILLY PhG., State College of Washington; Studied at Seattle Watchmaking School. Minneapolis· Honeywell Automatic Pilot School. Indian· a polis, Indiana; Watchmaking. JAMES L. RHODES B.A., M.A., University of Texas; English, Economics.


FLORENCE STRANAHAN B.S., M.S., Economics.

University

of Idaho;

Home

FLOYD YOUNG

Assoc. of Science, N.I.J .S.; B.S., M.S., University of Idaho.

GERALD 0. WENDT H.B.A., M.A., Unjversity English and Business.

of

Minnesota;


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DALE ROSKE

KENNETH WILUAMS

BARBARA MONTEITH

Vice President

President

Secretary

First row: Robert Adams, Edwin 0 . Anderson. Second row: Robert G. Anderson, Patricia Arfsten, Ginger Arthurs. Bernadine Batchelder, Carole Bax路 ter, Leon Berreth.

Third row : Norman Bratlie, Raye Burch, Mona Carlson, Roy A. Carlile, Du Pyo Chyun, Rucilla Dolan. Fourth row: Hazel Clark, Merna Condie, George Cowan, Gale R. Dahlman, Nancy Ellicott, Clark J. Frandsen.


B oward V. Frye Patricia Gamble J oan Garvey Jon Gcllner Torn Gill

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Myra E. Gilman Greyson H. Gilson Wayne Goodson Iris Groscost Larq Gustafson

Annette Harwood J oan He inrich Minnie 1liggins Mervin L. Hill Marie Holman

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William Huber Charles Huff Daniel Hull Paul L. James Leland D. Kamlin

Ronald S. Kennedy Katherine Keye Charles Killin Craig C. Kosonen Charles R. Kupfer

Warren LaFon Norman Lake Laurence Leahy Eugene Lees Hazel Leighty

Esther P. Lindsay Eugene Lunden Margaret Lyons George Marks Robert Marlin


J ohn A. McCaw Russell E. McMillan Rarmond Molenda J o) cc MolsLead J ohn Mol) neaux

Donald L. Moor e William W. Neuman Barbara 'ewcomb Ronald Olson Robcrl Parker

Robcrl N. Parsons William E. Parsons Charles W. Pease, J r. J im T . Pierall Rita M. PitLman

Bonita Plante Tom Roske Larry C. Ruesch Roy W. chenkenberger Richard Schneberger

Joyce V. hattuck Doris Lou Slusher Shirley Ann Smalley Bernice Smith Delores Thompson

Jack Triplett Donald Van Kleeck Helen L. Walden Frank Walling Robert W. Westover

Ruth Westover Richard Will David Williams Bar bara Witte Orville Wright


Richard J. Anderson William L. Anderson Roy ] . Appelberg Roberl L. Babbill

James E. Bentley John E. Bentley Nelma Bertholf Janel R. Best

CHARLES BEST President

Malcolm Bohlman Yvonne A. Deitz Frank I. Delavan Ramon \1. DeMarre

Allen C. Engen William 0. Fe rger Marvin R. Fischer Irene Green

Iris Green Clifford Garrett Ronald E. Heber Robert W. H oiland DONALD SCHIER~IAN Vice President

Gary H olman Don R. J ohnston Charles H. Justus, J r. Jack Lemley

Ray W. Liberg Tu Hsin " Tim"' Liu Ann McGo\'ern Lenore Maddox

SHIRLEY STEVENS Secretary

Richard Lee Moore Shirley Moore Emily Moser Maxine ettleton


Freshmen not shown

Dianne Burch Alice I\euma)er

Chester W. Buss H azel Carlson Joyce Cox faa Deitz William G. Durham Eugene Egge Jack Forest Duane A. Hanks Corena Hartnett Estella Hendrickson Bennie D. Holman Dale Langseth Roy J. Lynn Joe E. Morris Matilda Murphy Darline Shilling John C. Rearden Charlotte Turner Craig Wilcox Richard Wilhelm

Glenn A. Nielsen Fritz P errenoud

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Marjorie Peters Delano P eterson

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Sophomores not shown Thomas V. Cook Gordon Dowell Ron Moen Edward R. Schmidt James I I. Stickney Dean Redmond Joseph Roche

Earl E. anders, Jr. Carol aLchwell

Robert J. Scoll Gary parber


Charles Rudie Ernie DeHoet

Gaylord Fred Wallace

Thomp~on

Saginaw Grant


On top: William Moore. Inside: Eugene Sauer, George Nelson. Outside: Arnold West, Ted Medley, Sid Stevens.

Come on oulla thl're!


Barbara Newcomb, Secretary-Treasurer; Ann President.

\fcGovern, Pre~ident;

Maxine Nettleton, Vice

Ruâ&#x20AC;˘â&#x20AC;˘ell Mdlillan, Robert Anderson, Charles Best, Robert Parker, Dale Roskt'.


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DELANO PETERSON

DON SCHIERMAN

President

Vice President

EMILY MOSER

ROBERT SCOTT

Secretary

Treasurer

Front row: Robert Parsons, Robert Scou, Yvonne Deitz, Carol SatchweU, Janel Best, Helen Walden, Robert Westover. Second row: Don Schierman, lrene Greene, RuciJJa Dolan, Maxine Nettleton, Rita Pittman, Emily Moser. Miss Dunnigan, Mrs. Gridely. Third row: Ray Liberg, Frank Delavan, Robert Hoiland, Roy SchenkenbC'rger, Dale Roi;ke, Wayne Goodson, Delano Peterson, Mr. Young.


F.T.A. OFFI CERS Left to right: President. Bill Ferger: Secretar), \1yra Gilman; Idaho State Vice P re!>ident, Emily )loser: Vice Pre~ident, Ron Heber.

Back row, left to right: F. Walling. L. Maddox, \1. Carlson, J. Roch<', IT. Fry, L. Huber, J. McCaw, R. Dolan, R . Heber. Third row: Y. D1·i1z, B. Plante, S. Stevens, R. Lilwrg, TI. Walden. N. Ellicott, W. Ft•rger. Second row: E. Lindsay, M. lli{:gins, B. Wittr, M. Condie, R. We~tover, N. Ilertholf, I. Gret'n<'. Front row: J\I. Gilman, Carv<'y. l\lrs. Ogjl:, H. Clarke. H. Leighty. D. Slusher.

Kamel in, W. W. Goodson, C. Satchwell, E. Moser, J.


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From lcrt to right . . . er . . . from right to left . . . ah . . . Lop Lo bollom . . . that is ... from bottom to Lop ... Aw Nuts!


Buck row: "Bunny" Best, Tim Liu. Tom Gill. Dirk Will. \l iddlt•: Wayne Goodson, Alice Nc·umyer. ~ I ona Corl~on, lrcn Greene. Front row: Bob Pnr~on~. Shirl<•y StC'vens, .Mr. Earl Priddy, Boh Babbitt.


MONA CARLSON

RON OLSON

President

Vice President

YVO!\ 1 E DEITZ Secretary

IRIS GREENE Treasurer

Back row: Ron l\!ocn, Charles Killin. Dick Schnebrrgrr, Dick Will, Orville Wright, Charles Justus, Haymon DeMarre. tlliddle row: Mona Carl~on, Yvumw D4•ilz, Pat Camble, Joan Garvey, Pat Arfsl<'n, l\finnit• Higgins, Myra Gilman. Hazel Lcip:h1y. Frnnl row: Don Schierman, Barbara New· comh, J O)CP Shattuck, Ester Lindsay. Bernadine Batc·lwl4lrr, Burham \fonteith. Ginger Artlmrs, Bob Scotl.


FRANK DELAVAN President

BOB HOILAND Secretary

JOHN BENTLEY Treasurer

Fronl row: No rman Lake. Warren LaFon, Fritz P c路rrcnoud, Dick Schnebcrgcr, Mr. Moser , Dave Williamq, Larry Reusch, Orville Wright, Clark Frands<'n. Sf'cond row: Frank Delavan, Don Van KleC'ck, Norm Bratlic, Eu gene Lees, Don J ohnston, Russell J\l cMillt111, Charles Huff, Gale Dahlman, Jim Bentley. Third row: Doh Hoiland, Jack Triplett, Roy Appl ebcrg, 11011 Olson, Bob Anderso n, Ed A nd crso n, Chuck P east'. Eugene Lunden, Dale Rosk<'. Top row : Delano Peterson, Greyson Gilson. Glc-nn iclsc n, Earl Sanders, 掳James S tickney, l\talcolm Dick Ancl <'rso n, J ohn Benlley, Kennelh Williams. Robert W estover.


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SClllERl\IAN Editor

BARBARA NE-WCOMB Managing Editor

Back nm: Borhoro t•wromh. Wayne Good~on, \fyre Gilman. Ray Libcrit, Nancy Ellicott. Front rt"': Rurilla Dolan. Ester Li nd~ay. non Schil'rman, ~Iarvin Fi$cher, Ann l\lcGo\·ern, Bernice Smith.


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CRAIG KOSONEN

Bu.~iness

Editor

YVON

BILL PARSONS Art Editor

E DEITZ Art

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The Idaho State High School Basketball Tournament for 1955 was held at N.I.J.C. The participation of N.l.J.C. students as ushers. hucksters and program officials contributed highly to the success of the tournament.


''The Kissin' Bandit"

"That H. Frank is a Cool Cat"

"01' \I Tried"

"Four-eyed

Bun~"

"Two-eyed BiJ1"

"Paul Bunyan and hi~ bltw ox Bah<'..

"Kangaroo Court"

"What the ... ?"


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Graduating Class


Dramatics Class

Engineering


CAN-CAN GIRLS

Barbara ~1onteith, Shirley Stevens, Janet Best. Bonita Plante, Judy Wicks.

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Robert Adams

Craig Kosonen

Clark

Frond~en


The Honorable Opponents

To the Victor Go the Spoils

The Victor


BOB SCOTT

COOKIE BEST

NA!'iCY ELLICOTT

BARBARA WITTE BUN~Y

BlLL PARSONS PAT ARFSTEN

BONITA PLANTE

BEST


81 63

Fairchild A.F.B.

E.W.C.E.

82

Whitworth

E.W.C.E.

72 Wenatchee J.C. ----------- 73 Gonzaga ---71 Gonzaga ----------83 Whitworth . ---69 Fairchi ld A.F.B. ----- 109 Whitworth --------·66

N.N.C. N.N.C.

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·---------- 87 ---------------·-- 84 -·-----·--- - 91

Gonzaga Whitworth --------------73 Fullerlon ··- -----------· 108 Reedley --···--·--···· 97 Wenatchee J.C. -----·--- .. 58 Gonzaga . ·----------· .. 101

N.l.J.C._ _44 l'\.I.J.C. _ _ _ .54 N.I.J.C._ _ .__48 N. I.J. C. __________ 34 N.I.J.C. ______62 .I.J.C. ______52 N.I.J.C. _ _ _77 N.l.J.C.______ 55 N.I.J.C. _ ___ 58 N.IJ.C. _________ 61

N.I.J.C. _____ 56 N.I .J .C.________ 50 N .I.J .c.________ 61 N.J.J.C. _ _ _ 49 N.J.J.C. _____________46 N.I.J.C.___________48 N.l.J .c.______ 65 N.I.J.C. ___________ ..67

COACH BOB LINCK

Back row: Bob Westover, Les Steele, Charles Pease, Charles J ustu<>, Ken Williams, Larry Ruesch, Tom Gill, Clark Frandsen, Don J ohnston, Dick Andt>rson. econd row: Robert Parker, Leland Kamelin, Joe Roche, Gary Sperber, Ron Olson. Al Engen, Tom Roske, Bill Parsons, Orville Wright. Fron t row: .Manager Bill Huber, Ray Liberg, Duane Hanks, Dave Williams, Warren Lafon, Bob Hoiland, Frank Delavan, Ron Moen, Ed Perry, \tanager Tom :\lartin.


DICK ANDERSON

N.l.J .C. vs. Gonzaga J.V.

FRANK DELAVAN

BOB BABBIT

AL ENCEN

BILL FERGER


DUANE HANKS

DON JOHNSTON

CHARLES JUSTUS

The Tip-off

WARREN LA FON


TOM ROSKE

N.l.J.C. vs. Gonzaga J.V.

RAY LIBERG

J OE ROCHE

RON MOEN


LARRY RUESCH

BOB SCHMIDT

GARY SPARBER

Delavan scores against Gonzaga J.V.

DA VE WILLIAMS

KEN WILLIAMS


Won

Lost

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RON OLSON

BOB PARSONS

ROY APPLEBERG

Cll ARLES BEST EUGENE LEES


IT PAYS to Shop at

PENNEY'S Always First Quality

FRENCH CLEANERS AND DYERS

Downtown Cd'A

• ROBERT'S JEWELERS 1

Coeur d'Alene s Finest Jewelers 211 SHERMAN AVENUE

CHEVROLET Out Values . . .

Out Sells .. . ALL OTHERS!

KNUDTSEN CHEVROLET COMPANY "Where Friend Meets Friend"

30 I N. 4TH STREET


C\)mplete Line of Boys' and Men's Clothing "Get More Than Bargained For"

A&H FOOD CENTER Coeur d'Alene's Big Friendly Store

COEUR D'ALENE CLOTHIERS

S & H GREEN STAMPS

728 N. 4th. St. Phone M0.4-3223

"SMART TEEN AGE SHOPPING"

Sincere Best Wishes From

GOETZMAN STUDIOS Fine Photographs PHONE MO. 4-4514

STODDARD TRANSFER AND FUEL COMPANY Agent For MAYFLOWER MOVING SERVICE 218 Lakeside Ave. Phone MO. 4-3153

Downtown Coeur d'Alene

EVERSON'S JEWELERS Diamonds Watches I09 N. 4TH ST.

HERB ES CITY DRUG The Friendly Store 309 SHERMAN AVENUE


A Bouquet of Good Wishes from the

EVERGREEN FLORAL

CLODIUS GROCERY AND MARKET

and

COURTESY

GIFT SHOP

CLEANLINESS QUALITY

FLOWERS GIFTS For Special Occasions

Congratulations Graduates from

Phone MO 4-3215

YATES. Funeral Home and

GRIDLEY INVESTMENT COMPANY

General I nsu ranee

Ambulance Service 744 N. 4th St.

Phone MO 4-3151

CAMPBELL'S HARDWARE COMPANY

and Real Estate

Sherwin-Williams Paint Garden Equipment


The Family Shopping Store

F. W. WOOLWORTH

SHERMAN AVENUE

RUNGE FURNITURE

GARDNER SUPPLY COMPANY

Featuring Nationally Advertised Brands

Auto Parts Johnson Outboard Motors Welding Supplies

1124 SHERMAN AVENUE

GRACE HALL APPAREL All Nationally Known Lines ACROSS FROM THE POST OFFICE

FREELAND-WYMAN Dodge-Plymouth Dealer for Kootenai County Phone M0-4-4522


COEUR D'ALENE REALTY CO.

QUARLES INSURANCE AGENCY 208 N. Fourth

Real Estate Loans Insurance

MO. 4-2323

For Prompt and Accurate Prescription Service Take Your Prescription Downtown to the

"REX" REXALL DRUG STORE I 13 N. Fourth

MO 4-2147

112 N. Fourth

MO. 4-2178

NORTH SIDE FEED AND HARDWARE Bendix Washers, Dryers, Ironers, McCormick Deering Farm Machinery

"A Word to the Wise" Trade with the

Repairs Kelvinator-Fowler RCA Radios 848 N. FOURTH

MO. 4-5211

PANHANDLE STATE BANK

It Pays to Look Well!!! MARV'S BARBER SHOP Marvin Jones, Prop. 846 N. 4TH ST.

Phone MO. 4-21 17


THE EMPIRE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.

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Sends: "Best Wishes, Grads" GOOD LUCK GRADUATES Your Business Invited and Appreciated

THE IDAHO FIRST NATIONAL BANK Established 1867

Operating Under the Second Oldest National Bank Charter West of the Rockies


FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN

Insured Savings Convenient Home Loans

OREGON MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCES

MARIE'S COFFEE STOP

Fire Auto

Inland Marine

ADAMS-SWEGLE INC. The Best Meals 121 S. 4th St.

Phone MO. 4-2183

NORTH IDAHO


TEMPLIN'S GRILL

Choice STEAKS FRIED CHICKEN

Complete Facilities for Banquets, Luncheons and Private Gatherings

Featuring Captain's Cabin Coeur d'Alene's Finest Dining Room Marine Room Coeur d'Alene's Finest Cocktail Lounge I 12 W. SHERMAN

SHOWBOAT - STARLIGHT Outdoor Theatres 11

Showplace of the Northwest"

CALL MO. 44920

VANS CREAMERY

GOOD SHOWS EVERY NIGHT

On Highway 10, West

Drink Van's Milk Phone Mo. 4-2181

CENTRAL MOTORS Hudson Motor Cars International Motor Trucks

E. R. ELLIOTI MOTORS "Where to Buy It"

EXPERT MECHANICAL SERVICE, DAY AND NIGHT

212-214 Sherman Ave.

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Phone

Bring Your Ford

Mo. 43147 Mo. 43148

Back Home For Service


REDDY KILOW ATI and the more

Best Wishes

than one thousand men and women of

THE WASHINGTON WATER POWER COMPANY

LLOYD HENRY INSURANCE AGENCY 3 18 N. Fourth

Phone Mo. 4-5916

Extend Congratulations and Friendly Best Wishes

Congratulations to the

to the GRADUATES

GRADUATES From

Your Future

PINES BAKERY

is Bright in

Coeur D'Alene's Oldest

Free America!

TOM'S

409 SHERMAN AVE.

PHONE Mo. 4-3420

JOHNSON MUSIC . Excelsior-Accordiana Accordions

GARAGE

INSTRUCTION-RENTAL-SALES-REPAIR

Automotive Repair

Accordion and Piano

Wrecker Service

Ask About Our Lesson Plan

Hayden Lake, Idaho

On All String Instruments

and Free Rental

Phone Mu. 5-5731

821 N. 4th St. Call Mo. 4-5716

TOM'S TRACTOR COMPANY

ALBERTSON'S FOOD CENTER

~ T. J. Harshaw

u're m.oney lo Ahead!

HAYDEN LAKE, IDAHO PHONE Mu.-55741

To Shop Here


BURCH'S FURNITURE "Friends and Furniture

THE BOAT DRIVE IN

Our Business"

On East Sherman

408 Sherman A ve. COEUR D'ALENE

Shop and Save at 1

McEUEN S NEW SUPER IGA MARKET

Good Luck from

12th and Sherman

Congratulations from

THE LIGHTHOUSE Everything in Sporting Goods DOWNTOWN COEUR D'ALENE

LAFFERTY TRANSPORTATION COMPANY


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Yearbook 1955 Driftwood  

A publication of North Idaho Junior College