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We, the class of '57, dedicate this volume to the spirit of Progress . . . an ideal which has been the mainstay of North Idaho Junior College since its founding. Men of great genius and large heart sow the seeds of a new degree of progress in the world, but they bear fruit only after many years . Mazzini.


On the threshold of expansion, let us pause, and look at the record of the past, the activities of the present, and the hopes for the future. The foreword of the first "Driftwood," published in 1939-1940, says, in part: "To date the North Idaho Junior College is a school of promise rather than accomplishment, but will undoubtedly render notable service to the students and community through the coming year. This yearbook, "The Driftwood,"

is but a meagre cross-section at NlJC. We hope it brings back old times . . . those basketball games . . . dances . . . parties . . . termpapers . . . lectures . . . all recorded for your future remembrance." The promise of accomplishment is now a reality. But the purpose of the "Driftwood," the rembrance of things past, remains the same.


Progress is a matter of comparisons and contrasts. Any organization or institution which maintains a status quo may be exerting effort to keep a static position, but can hardly be said to be progressiv~. Progress should be a "many splendored thing." It involves not only the element of physical growth, but, in the case of colleges, such things as improvement in facilities and equipment; improvement in classroom techniques; regular, systematic upgrading of faculty personnel by graduate study; a closer liason between the community and the college officials, so that the college may more adequately implement the wishes of the community, particularly in the field of adult education; and perhaps most important of all, an increasing number of graduates who are better prepared to meet life's next adventure, whether it be a job, further schooling, or more intelligent citizenship -all of these are important guide posts of progress; the progressive institution cannot afford to overlook any of them. By any of these standards N.1.J.C. will rate as a progressive school. In the past 12 years the enrollment has jumped from 29 to over 300 day students. In the past 8 years the college facilities have changed from the city hall, Masonic Temple, the old Farragut Bus Depot, et al, to our present buildings and beautiful campus. Laboratory and lecture equipment are constantly being added to and improved. An alert faculty is constantly trying to improve individual methods of instruction, using a minimum of lecture and a maximum of class par.ticipation. An ever increasing variety of adult evening classes for both men and women attests the willingness of the college to provide what the people want. The fin al criterion of progress, the success of our graduates, is not so easily measured, but scattered returns from a number of four year colleges which our graduates are attending indicate that they are maintaining a high standard of scholarship. Also, many of our respected and successful citizens路 have taken only one or two years of college, and that at N.I.J.C. All this we believe indicates progress; but it is only part of the story. In the face of rising costs a realistic salary schedule has been maintained while at the -same time the tax levy has actually been lowered. An area-wide high school testing and counseling program has given our路 college national recognition. Intelligent faculty participation in civic affairs has added to the prestige of the college. To borrow and paraphrase a rhyme from commerce; "Progress is good if it works like it should. " We believe that with N.I.J.C. progress has been very good, because it has brought about all that we have hoped it would to date, but we must continue to be progressive--to be less would mean stagnation.


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

EVA S. OGG Dean of Women A.B.. Midland College; M.A., University of Wisconsin; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. History, Government, and Education.


BOARD OF DIRECTORS: G. 0. Kildow, Charles H. Russell, W. ]. Bums, vice-chairman; E. A. Seiter, Chairman of the Board; W. T. Sheppard, secretary; Mrs. R. W. Edminster, C. E. Knudtsen.

ITSUKO NISHIO Registrar

WARREN T. SHEPPARD Bursar


EVERETT L. BESOLA B.S., Northern Michigan College of Education; Graduate work, Wayne State University. Business

GILBERT BURNS B.A.. Eastern Washington College of Education; M.A., Columbia University. Instrumental Music

COYNE BURNETT B.A.. University of Montana; M.A.. University of Montana. Vocal Music

IRENE CHRISTIANSON B.S.Ed., Univusity of North Dakota. Librarian, Bookstore Manager

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JACK C. DREANEY A.B., Seattle University; M.A., State College of Washington. English, Speech

H. FRANK EV ANS B.Ed., Southern Illinois University. Biological Sciences

LORETT A DUNNIGAN B.A., H oly Names College; M.A., Gonzaga University. Business

CLEVE GAINE Graduate of Sweeney's Automotive and School, Kansas City, Mo. Automobile Mechanics

Electrical

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GERTRUDE GILBERT B.S., University of Minnesota; M.C.S., University of Indiana. Business

MERCY J. GRIDLEY B.S., M.S., Oregon State College. Social Sciences

GRACE M. HA YES Clerk, Watchmakers School

BERYL JOHNSON B.M., University of Idaho; Student of Eurhythmics, Institute Jacques Dalcroze, Switzerland. Physical Education

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WARREN KEATING B S.Ed., M.S.Ed., University of Idaho. Physical Education

MARIE ELDER KRIDER Fresno State College; NICE; Librarianship Seminar, University of Washington; Holy Names College. Order Librarian

JOHN A. McFARLAND B.S, U. S. Military Academy, West Point. English, Spanish

]. E. MARMON Colorado A&M ColJege Area Supervisor, Trade and industrial Education


DEXTER H. MOSER B.S., M.S., Montana State College. Engineering, Guidance

W. F. POWERS Graduate of L. L. Addocs School of Automobile Mechanics, Portland, Ore.; Carter Carburetor School, Spokane, Wash. Automobile Mechanics

EARL PRID DY B.M., Chicago Musical College; A.B., Colorado State College of education; M.A. (Music), M.A. (Speech), U.S.C. . Speech, English

PETER REILLY Ph.G., State College of Washington; Seattle Watchmaking School; Minneapolis Honeywell Automatic Pilot School, Indianapolis, Indiana. Watchmaking


HERSCHELL ]. RIEBE B.A., M.Ed., Montana State College

Mathematics

G. 0. WENDT B.B.A .. M.A.. University of Minnesota.

Accounting, Social Sciences

FLORENCE STRANAHAN B.S., M.S .. University of Idaho. Home Economics

FLOYD YOUNG A. of Science, N:I.J.C.; B.S., M.S., University of Idaho. Chemistry, Physics


The Student Board of Control, composed of class oificers and faculty advisors, is the student government. The Board is responsible for directing the various functions of the associated student

body.

DENNY PETERS, vfre pmiden1 D.ALE TRITTEN, pmiden1 BARBARA TOSH, secretar)

Standing: Mr. Riebe, Mr. Young, Bill Neuman, Roger Brown. Seated: Janis Adams, Miss Nishio, Barbara Tosh, Dale Tritten, Denny Peters, Harold Rudolph, Dean Knudson.


The Student Union Board ongmates and governs all acttvttles, ÂŁunctions, and policies connected with our S. U. The Board sponsored several Student Union dances and parties during the year, and many other school activities took place in the S. U. also. New additions to our enjoyment this year included a juke box and a television set for use during the World Series.

SW1ding. Allen Bennett, Joe Hensley. Seated: Charmaine Dietz, Kay Osborne. Denny Peters,

Mr. Keating, Loreen Kugler, Miss Gilbert.


The Social Committee, composed of elected representatives from school organizations, was organized to guide and direct social activities during the year. This group bad a very successful first year, during which it supervised many dances, parties, and similar activities. The Social Committee should enjoy a permanent place in school organizations.

Standing: Brian Meckel, Ron Youngman, Denny Peters. Seated: Charmaine Dietz, Jean Wanamaker, Janis Adams, chairman, Pat Pool, Arlene Hartz.


STUO~hTS


HAROLD RUDOLPH. pre1ident PAT POOL, ierrelary BILL NEUMAN, t1ire pre1iden1

Janis Adams Hazel Anderson Roy Appelberg

Sandra Baird Bob Boughton Eleanor Boyd

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Bernard Goodson Iris Groscost Bill Guimond

Ken Hanninen Arlene Hartz Duane Heber

James Hensley

Joseph Hensley Raymond

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Dorothy Heyn Marlyn Hoffman Lorna Hokanson


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Roger Hudson Glen Ingalls

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Jenncskens Graydon Johnson Jeanne Jones

N eil Kamlin

Lawrence Kuy Don Kelly

Katherine

Keye Doreen Kugler Norman Lake

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Milton Langlois Hazel Leighty Florence Lewis

Howard Libby Margaret Lyons Marie Meacham

Hallie Miller Eleanor Muller Loren Murphy

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Bill Neuman

Jim Orr Kay Osborne

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Charles Pease

Claudia Peder<;0n Denny Peters

Ethel Pilkington Pit Pool Susan Post

Joyce Robertson Art Rudolph Harold Rudolph

Marylin Rudolph Wendell Schutt

James Si.umore

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Maxine Smith Norman Snyder Rudy Spencer

Marvin Stevens

Larry Strobel Annette Syverson

Larry Thomas .Barbara Tosh Dale Tritten

George Vasiloff

Jean Vasiloff Colleen Vedder


Gifford Wigen Dave Williams

Not Pictured: Gene Branson Chester W. Buss Alvis Carder Bob Cleveland James Gouse Raymond Covington Clark Frandsen David Franta Glenn Flieger William Fox Gary Gaines Al Gilbert Peter Grande Edwin Groscost William Gundlach Donald Heyn Thomas Jones Bill Orr Thomas Kane

La Verne Kary Douglas Kugler Terrence Lish Bruce Mouser George Nielson Don Peterson Robert Rowell Jerry Peterson Robert Roske Robert Schmidt Marvin Stevens Robert Thompson Warren Watts Mildred Karau Shannon Mitchell Lila Olson Donna Smith Virginia Thompson


DEAN KNUDSON, pwident NANCY DEEKS, serretary ROGER BROWN, vice president

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Robert Aavedal Darrell .Anderson Warren Anderson

Florence Bafus Shirley Barker Howard Beebe


Maden BeU .A Hen Bennett N eil Boekel

Ivan ~osanko

Jon1

Brack Don

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Helen 0o!ransoo

Brea Nadine

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.Roger t>- Brown

uertha

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Jan.ice ~o Cramp


Ray Cranston Paul Davis Rose Debord

I Nancy

Decks David

Deinhard Charmaine

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Ruth Deit.2 .Eugene

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Peggy En Jish

Nelli~

Epperly Bob Fairfull


Paul

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Wally Gilman

Peter Gcaodc

La Vern Guthmiller

Bob

Haakenson Gary Ii~

Neil

Haason David Heideman Arlene Henderson

Geraia 1-Ieccigstad

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Higgens Lacey Hippler


Bruce Hoffmar Jane Howey Grayce Hunt

Ben Heard Alan Insko Darla Jaquith

Charles Jacquot David Johnston Bette Joy

Jon Kauppi Jan Kelly Richard Keye


Yong G1 Kim

Dean Knudson

BiU

Kobs

Marvin Krueger Doug Kugler Bill Larson

Ralph

Lawrence Deanna

Lee

Tom

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Lois Linklater Bill Lockard

Kathy

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Betty Malmstad Marilyn Marshall

Ed McCoy

Brian

Meckel Lorraine Miller Herb Millheisl

Loretta Morris Janette Morse Tony Myers

Barry Newcomb Bonnie Newcomb Richard Nustad


Margaret Olson Rena

Olson Rita Olson

Terry Park

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Patterson Meta Perry

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Ron Peters Richard

Pfost Don Pischoer

Marlene Rahskopf

Douglas .Rasor

Ken .Robertson


Isabelle Rogneb Boyd " Romain John Rondea

Charles Rubo"O Sharon Russel Rose Mi Sealey

Ron Schmidt Clyde Secaur

Elroy Selle

Ed Servick Joel Sims David Smith


Oifford

Smith Eugene

Steele Noma Stortroen

Don Stowe Del Swan Oliver Swanson

Ray Thompson Ellen Turbin Bernard Valentine

Cheryl Van Slate

Jean

Wanamaker Roy Warner


Andrea Whit

Donald \'Qi\

George Wil

l(aye Wilson Bacbaca Woolsey Ron Youngman


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Sophie Andersc Ricarda Besola Barbara Jolgen

Warren la Fon Joan Lyons Modena Pierson

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Donald Van Kleeck


Merle L. Hanna

James L. Hulett

Eugene R. Long

Frank H. Pickens


James J . Russell

Eldon L. Stotlar

Gaylord

Edward E. Vogel

J. Thompson


Max Monzingo

W . F. Powers, Earl Gleason, Bob Howard

C. F. Gaine, Don Yager


Fred Harper

Cliff Lenz

Dale Ward, Dick Patzer


Bob Howard

Jim Sexton

John Filler, Louis Columbini


Earl Gleason

Louis Colombini

Richard Giese, Lloyd Doonenwirth


H.J. Riebe, Robert Haakenson

Bill Larson, Ed M,Coy

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Tom Lee, Bob Aavedal

Don Berry

Neil Boeke!, Tony Myers


Cletus Broamling, George Wilson

Chester Berg

Randy Curtis, Dave Williams


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The busy, busy people at NIJC are caught in ...


The Ski Club was organized for the purpose of teaching all interested students and faculty members of N.l.J.C. how to ski and enjoy winter sports. Plans are also being made to organize a ski team so that in future years we will be able to enter the intercollegiate ski meets.

First row: Helen Branson, Bertha Covington, Arlene Henderson, Margaret Olson, Barbara Woolsey, Cheryl Van Slate, Charmaine Weitz, Shannon Mitchell Second row: Deanna Lee, Meri! Curtis, Ron Peters, Bob Boughton, Loren Murphy, Dave Williams. Third row. Bonnie Newcomb, Herb Millheisler, Arlene Hartz. Karl Eilers, Denny Peters, Ed Ser~ack. Janis Adams. Fourth row: Mr. E'ons, sponsor, Shirley Ellis, Gene Steele, Annette Syverson, Kay Osborne.


First row: Claudia Pederson, Jim Clouse, Glen and Bill, Mascots, Ken Robertson. Second row: Att Rudolph, Annette Syverson, Noma Stortroen, Barbara Wolsey, Margaret Olson. Third row: Harold Rudolph, Marylin Rudolph, Merit Curtis, Howard Beebe

First row: Bertha Covington, Mr. McFarland, sponsor, Ruth Deitz, Cheryl Van Slate, Charmaine Deitz. Second row: Barbara Tosh, Milton LanE:lois. Jan Kelly. Tom Kane. Ron Peters, Sharon Russell. Arlene Henderson. Third row: Colleen Vedder. Mary Drissen, Rena Olson, Arlene: Hartz, Denny Peters, Ed Servick, Janis Adams


The Associated Women Students sponsored successful dances and social functions during the year. The aim of A.W.S. is to promote school activities and good will among women students. The organization is composed of all women students and faculty members.

ICA.Y OSBORNE CHERYi. VAN SLATE r iu

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BAR BARA W OOLSEY

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Priddy, sponsor, Claudia Pederson, Jim Hensley. Ingalls. Howard Beebe, Bill Guimond. ischncr, Bub,1ra Tosh, Kay H iggens


First row: LaVern Guthmiller, Harold Rudolph, Dan Pilkington, Arnie Engen, Don Peterson, Maden Bell. Second row: Jim Orr, Neil KamJin, Roy Appelberg, Dale Jenneskens, Pete Grande, Don Brame. Third row: Herb Millheisler, Karl Eilers. Ed en ick. Sam McCoon. Dale Tritten, Wally Gilman.

. The Home Economi( was organized this yea dub is affiliated wi Idaho Home Economi sociation and the At:. Home Economics Ass04 Membership is compo home economics majo any student enrolled home ec course. The dub has four tives: (1) To prornol fessional interest in the ec field, (2) to bet quaint others with tht economics field, (3) I mote fellowship anJ 5 ship, ( 4) to serve as ice organization for functions.

First row: Nadine Brooten, Rose Marie Sealey, Kay Osborne, Loretta Morris, Doreen Kugler. Second row: Kathy Mayer. Janis Adams, Mrs. Stranahan, sponsor. Marilyn Corbit, Sandra Baird. Third row: Janette Morse, Jean Vasiloff, Arlene Hartz, Lorraine Miller, Deanna Lee.


First row: Margaret Lyons, H azel Leighty, H allie Miller. Pat Pool, Annette Syverson. Arlene Hendc:rson. Kay O\~J()rn<:, Doreen Kug ler, Lila Olson. Second row路 Eleanor Boyd, Mildred Karau, Hazel Anderson, Florence Lewis. M rs. Ogg, sponsor, Rose: D<:bord, Rita Olson, Rena Olson, Maden Bdl. Third row Kay Higgens, Lois Linkl ater, Sharon Russell, Marilyn Marshall. Shannon Mitchell. Joyce Robertson, Meta Perry, Isabelle Rognaby, Ethel Pilkington. Fourth row: Bonnie Newcomb, Mary Drissen, Bar\'ara Tosh, Marylin Rudolph. Ch<-ryl Van Slat<-. Charmaine Dc1t7, Ron Youngman, Charles Jaquot. Fifth row: Eleanor Ames, Bob Haakenson, Milton Langlois, Corky Covington, Jim Hensle:)', Loren Murphy, Florence Bafus, Wally Gil man, Janice Cramp, Denny Peters, Glen In~alls, M<-nl Curtis. Bill Guimond, Dave Williams.


First row: Eleanor Muller, Doreen Kugler, Barbara Woolsey, Mr. Dreany. sponsor, Pat Pool, Ruth Deitz, Arlene Hartz. Second row: Dave Williams, Arlene Henderson, Tom Kane, Bob Haakenson, Loren Murphy, Howard Beebe. Third row: Ron Peters, Ken Brust, Meri! Curtis, Shirley Barker, Peggy English. Fourth row: Jim Clouse, Denny Peters, Bill Guimond, Glen Jngalls.


Engineers is open to all students of engineering and forestry. The purpose of the organization is to arrange activities consistent with the four major aims of the national group: to promote the social and economic welfare of the members, to stimulate public service to the profession of engineering, to encourage and develop the efficiency of the engineer as an individual, and to promote unity in the profession.

F1 N rov.: RanJy Curtis. Roy Appelberg. Dave Williams. Loren Murphy. Marvin Stevens, Graydon Johnson, Mr Riebe, Mr. Moser. sponsors, Charles Rubow, Robert Lane. Herb Millheisler, Ralph Lav.rence. St'ConJ row Hel<:n Branson. Joe Hensley. Bob Novak. Joe Sims, Bob Boughton, Ron Schmidt. Jim CICJu~t-. Nt-11 Kamlm, Bob Haakenson. Jim Sizemore, Marlyn Hoffman, Karl Eilers. Keith Haas. Tl11rJ row Ed Sen ick, Tony Myers. Neil Boekel. Douglas Kugler, Norman Lake. Ray Hesch, Clyde: Sec.iur, Don Bren. Don Stowe, Don Peterson Fourth row Gene Steele. Douglas Rasor, Robert Aa,tdal. Geo rge Wilson. Jon Kauppi. Del Swan, Guy Hamen, Allen Bennett, Bill Gundlach. James Cadle Fifth mv. Richard Nustad, Paul Da' is. Ken Robertson. Harold Rudolph, Dale Jenneskens, Da\'1d Smnh, Kcn Burst Sixth row路 urry Hippler, Gerald Herrigstad, Darrell Anderson, Richard Pfost, Hank Fallis. Bob ferger, \X'endell Schutt, Larry Thomas. Donald Heyn, Ivan Bosanko. Bill Lockard. Ray Cranston.


First row: Peggy English, Janis Adams, Kay Wilson, Pat Pool, Dorothey Heyn, Kay Higgens, Mr. Burnett, Doreen Kugler, Claudea Pederson, Rose Debord, Noma Stortroen, Hazel Leighty. Bertha Covington. Second row: Joan Lyon, Ellen Turbin, Andrea Whitla, Annette Syverson, Bonnie Newcomb, Joni Brack, Lila Olson, Loma Hokanson, Eleanor Muller, Arlene Henderson, Barbara Woolsey, Mary Drissen, Coleen Vedder, Joyce Robertson, Marylin Rudolph. Third row: Ken Robertson, Harold Rudolph, Roger Brown, Gene Steele, Bob Haakenson, Howard Beebe, James Cadle. Neil Kamlin, Art Rudolph. Ben Hurd, Ray Thompson.


First row: Janict Cramp. Margaret Lyons. Mrs. OAA. Eleanor Ames, Lorna Hokanson. Nellie Epperly, Eleanor BoyJ, Mrs Gridley.

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Fl orc:nu~ Bafus. Donna Smith. Isabelle ROJlneby. Ethel Pilkington, Jeanne Jones.

Fir)t n>w C. W. Buss, Ron Youngman, Charmaine D eitz. Florence Bafus, Roger Hudson. Second row: Milton Langlois, Howard Libby, Tom Kane.


First row路 Isabelle Rogneby. D onn:t Smith. Don-t:n Kugkr. Annwe Syverson. Janis Ad~ms. Janice Cramp. Kay Oshorne. Bob Haakenson. Second row: Mrs. Gridley. Eleanor Boyd, Joy'c Roh<:rtson. Flortm<: Lewis. Kathy Maher. Pat Pool. Arl ene Hartz, Hallie Miller. Third row: Carl Corbit. D ick Nustad, Ray Cranston. Warrtn Anckr~on , Gerald H erri~stad. Graydon Johnson. Fourth row: Vern Guthmilltr, Clifford Wiiten. Ron Sd1m1dt.


First row: Eleanor Muller, Barbara Woolsey, Hallie Miller. Second row: Mr. Besola. Barbara Tosh. Charles Ja,quot. Marie Meacham.

'hown M.ax l\mnh. Milton Langlois. Glen lngalla. Bernard Goodson, Warren Anderson, Keith Haas, Graydon John~on.

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Mc:anwhile, behind the scenes ...

the Cl<:an-up Crew at work.


1. lion hunt

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3. Mmm m. good! 4. Service with n smile

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Judges' table

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Roger Brown. Prince; Cheryl Van Slate; Alan Insko, King; Kay Osborne; Ray Cranston. Prince; Barbara Woolsey.

Arlene Henderson and Dean Knudson, King and Queen of Hearts.

Joe Hensley and Ken Brust crowning Princesses Margaret Olson and Claudia Pederson. (Janette Morse was queen)


Test Time

A dance exhibition by JC students.

A featured speaker at the conference

lunch-time


The hosrts<es and their distinguishi:J guests.

We knew there was a catch in it!


Bennett's Beagles

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Galbtrt's Ga1tllt:s

Kane's Kangaroos Smith's Smashers

Fl)路trs

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Ed Servick, Bev Lockard. Karmen Servick. Arlene Hartz, Bill Lockard, Richard Nustad, John Rondau, Mike Hurrel.

FINAL LEAGUE STANDINGS J1V0 11

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Quo Vadis .......................................... 30

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Les Chats De La Rue ............................ 26

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Yearbook 1957 Driftwood  

A publication of North Idaho Junior College

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