This message is being written on Christmas day, 1957. At this season of the year when the idea of giving (or perhaps, with some, receiving) is uppermost in our minds, I should like to call your attention to another gift which some of you are receiving which may not have occurred to you. It is the gift of a second chance. In my many contacts with students of all ages, I have been tremendously impressed with the increasing number of young men (and a few women) who for various reasons have made unsatisfactory high s c h o o I records or have not taken advantage of acceptable high school records, and have suddenly realized that the world has little to offer people without special training. NIJC, like most junior colleges, can and does provide that special training; thus, giving those who earnestly seek it a second chance to develop their aptitudes to the greatest extent possible. An ever-increasing number of potential students are realizing this, and they should be eternally grateful to the people of the junior college district who have made it possible, and are continuing to make it possible, for them to have a second chance. Most senior colleges cannot provide this opportunity because of rigid entrance requirements and the nature of their curricula. Adherence to tradition is a further deterrent to their acceptance of these "fringe" students. The tremendous growth of iunior colleges is due to the fast that they are not bound by tradition, and they are dedicated to serve the community at whatever level and in as many fields as the law and their budgets permit them to operate. That is why they offer so many students a second chance.
Left to right: DR. G. 0. KILDOW, College President; CHARLES H. RUSSELL, W. J. BURNS, Vice-Chairman of the Board; E. A. SEITER, Chairman of the Boara; W. T. SHEPPARD, Secretary; MRS. R. W. EDMINSTER ; C. E. KNUDTSEN.
ITSUKO NISHIO Registrar
P. A. CHRISTIANSON Dean of Men Mathematics
WARREN T. SHEPPERD Bursar
DR. EVA S. OGG Dean of Women History and Education
STUDENT BODY OFFICERS PRESIDENT: Ron Youngman VICE PRESIDENT: Ron Bliven SECRETARY: Mary Jo Evans
STUDENT BOARD OF CONTROL Miss Nishio, Bill Bush, Bob Hallvik, Ron Bliven, Ron Youngman, Mr. Young, Mr. Riebe, Dean Knudson, Charmaine Dietz. ABSENT: Mary Jo Evans.
STANDING: Mr. Keating. SEATED: Cheryl Van Slate, Dave Smith, Charmaine Dietz, Arlene Henderson, Terry Pederson, Sally Harrington.
Ray Tompson, Nadine Brooten, LaVern Guthmiller, Dan Pilkington, Margaret Olson, Kaye Wi lson, Brian Meckel, Arlene Henderson.
EVERETT l. BESOLA
GILBERT N. BURNS
JACK C. DREANEY
LORETIA DUNNIGAN Business
C. F. GAINE Automobile Mechanics
H. FRANK EVANS Biological Sciences
GERTRUDE GILBERT Business
MERCY J. GRIDLEY
MARIE E. KR IDER
Physical Education and Geology
JOHN A. McFARLAND English, Spanish, Mathematics
DEXTER H. MOSER Engineering
F. S. OAKBERG Chemistry
W. F. POWERS Automobi le Mechanics
English, Speech, French
Mathematics, Industria l Arts
FLOYD F. YOUNG
GERALD 0. WENDT
GRACE M. HAYES JESS E. MARMON
Clerk, Watchmaking School
Clerk, Vocational Education
DEAN KNUDSON President
CHARMAINE DEITZ Vice President
ARLENE HENDERSON Secretary
MRS. ELEANOR AMES Education
ROBERT AAVEDAL Ind. Arts
SHIRLEY BARKER Sec. Sci.
MRS. SUE BIEBER Education
DONALD BRAME Bus. Adm.
NADINE BROOTEN Home Econ.
KWANG SIK CHOI Bus. Adm .
ROGER BROWN B A
BERTHA COVINGTON Educotion
JANICE CRAMP Bus. Education
GARY COCHRAN Bus. Adm.
JOHN COLE Ind. Arts
EUGENE EGGE Bus. Adm.
KARL EILERS Engineering
HENRY FALLIS Ind. Arts
LAVERN GUTHMILLER Bus. Adm.
BOB HAAKENSON Ind. Arts
NEIL HANSON Bus. Adm.
GERALD HERRIGSTAD Engineering
RAYMOND HESCH Engineering
WALLY GILMAN Education
ALAN INSKO Engineering
RAY CRANSTON Engineering
ROBERT HUFF Bus. Adm.
JANETIE MORSE Home Econ.
Bill HJORT Educa11on
MARILYN MARSHA LL Education
LARRY KIRKEBY Engineering
LENNI E KIRKEBY Bus. Adm .
YONG GI KIM B A.
CHARLES JACQUOT Educa tion
BILL KOBS Bus. Adm.
MARVIN KRUEG ER Bus. Adm.
MRS. BETTY MALMSTAD Ed ucat ion
BONNIE NEWCOMB Ed ucation
TOM LEE Engineering
MARG AR ET OLSON Bus Adm
BRIAN MECKEL Engineering
HERB MILLHEISLER Eng ineering
LOREN MURPHY Ind. Arts
DARRELL ANDERSON Engineering
DOUGLAS RASOR B. A. Education
NEIL BOEKEL Ind. Arts
IVAN BOSANKO Engineering
MRS. NELLIE EPPERLY Education
KEITH HAAS Engineering
ROBERT LINE Engineering
BILL LOCKARD Engineering
JAMES BURNS B. S.
JERE MONTANG Bus. Adm.
WAYNE PATTERSON Engineering
RON PETERS Pre-Dental
DAN PILKINGTON Bus. Adm.
MRS. ISABELLE ROGNEBY Education
JOHN RONDEAU Bus. Adm.
FRED ROUNDS Educa1ion
ROBERT ROWELL Ind. Aris
SHARON RUSSELL Ed ucation
DAVE SMITH B. S.
ELROY SELLE Ind. Aris
NOMA STORTROEN Education
DON STOWE Engineering
RAY THOMPSON Bus. Adm
CHERYL VAN SLATE Bus. Education
ROY WARNER Education
JOHN WICK Engineering
GEORGE WILSON Ind Arts
KAYE WILSON Med. Sec.
RON YOUNGMAN Education
JOHN RUTHVEN Engineering
NORMAN JOHNSON Engineering
GERALD DIETRICH Engineering
NANCY DEEKS 8. A.
JERRY ENDERS Education
Bill GUNDLACH Engineering
DICK KEYE 8.
EDWARD PRESTON Engineering
MRS. MARGARET SCHELINO Education
ED SERVICK Engineering
RICHARD WILLIAMS Engineering
ALLEN BENNETT Engineering
JO N KAUPPI Engineering
JAN KELLY Educa1ion
WARD LAMB Education
TONY MYERS Ind. Arts
ROBERT NOVAK Engineering
RICHARD N USTAD Engineering
HARO LD STEWART B. S.
KEN WILLIAMS Bus. Ad m.
OLIVER SWANSON Education
JOE ROCHE Ind. Arts
RALPH LAWRENCE Engineering
RENA OLSON B. A.
DAN RODRIGUEZ Education
MRS. EVELYN STUART
BILL BUSH President
BOB HALLVICK Vice President
BARBARA BOUGHTON Secretary
Education GWEN CARLBERG
Education DAVE MARTIN
Engineering MRS. IRENE WARNER
Eng ineering RICHARD BIEBER
Ind. Arts JOAN BERDAHL
Bus. Education KEN BOWLER
Ind . Arts
WESLEY DAWSON Engineering BROOKS DAWSON Ind. Arts PATRICIA DOWELL A.A.
MARY JO EVANS B.A. GORDEN FAUST Engineering
JANET FIEGAL Home Econ. JOHN FIEGAL Ind Arts
BETTY FREDERICK Education CHERYL FROST Sec. Sci. DAVID FUDGE Engineering
MRS. MARY BOYD
Educarion MRS. JUNE BRANDT
Educorion EVA BURRELL
Educarion JIM BLAINE Forcslry
Business Adm. ALVIN CHRISTENSEN
Agriculture CARL COCHRANE Ind. Aris BERYL COE Forestry
MORRIS GELLNER B.S. JOAN GARRON
Sec. Sci. JUDY GHIGLERI
Ind. Arts GEORGE HAMILTON
Pre路 Nursing BARBARA HILLEBRAND
CHUCK HOLMES B.A. ANITA HOWELL
Home Ee. Ed. JOHN HEINRICHS
Engineering MRS. MARY HEDAL
Business LADONNA JACOBSEN
Education PANSY JOHNSEN
Educar1on SHARON BRADFORD
CAROLYN BENNION B.A. MARK CHESTNUTI B.A. RICHARD BATCHELDER
808 LIEPOLD 8.A. CATHY MANNING Education KATHY MILES Home Ee.
KENNETH 짜1llER Engineering ED MORICAL Engineering
FRED MUHS 8.A. LAUREN MclELAND Engineering
CHARLES KUCERA Ind. Arts JOHN NIELSEN
B.S. DONNA NORDSTROM Home Ee.
Education GAIL LIEPOLD
Pre-Nursing NOEL LOGAR
MRS. BEVERLY LEE B.A. MRS. JANET PERRY
Ind . Arts MRS. MARY KNOX
Engineering MRS. LORA KENNEDY
Education SEBASTIAN LAMB
JOHN POWERS Ind. Arts JIM MORGAN Engineering DELBERT WEBB Bus. Adm.
WANDA VIG Sec. Sci. SHARON WALDRAM Education
BILL WELLER Engineering DOUGLAS YOUNG Engineering
JOHN MILLHEISLER Bus. Adm. DARRELL MARTIN Engineering JIM SPICKLEMIRE Forestry
TERRY RASOR Ind. Arts ROY REED Engineering KAY RUMBERG Home Econ
JOHN RUNGE Bus. Adm. GARY RININGER B.S.
ARNOLETTA RIESKE Education MELODIE RICE Sec Seo
DENNIS SKEATE Ind Aris RON WILSON Bus Adm . HOWARD SEVDY Educatt0n
Educalion HELEN PARK
Pre-Med BARBARA OSBORNE
Home Econ. WAYNE PARSONS
Bus Adm . TERRY PHILLIPS
Sec Sci CHARLOTTE CAREY
Bus. Adm. LEI LANI PERRENOUD
STAN SWEET Agri. LAWAYNE SOMMERS
Ind . Aris BARBARA SCHLEE
Home Econ .
Bus. Adm. MARK SODERLING Engineering
DICK SIMNDSON Eng1neet1ng DICK THOMPSON Eng•neering
MARVIN TAYLOR B.S. RAY TURN ER
Educa tion BARTON WRIGHT Engineering
Education ROBERT STEMM
B.A. ROBI N SCHUTT Pre-Ver.
CLIFTON SERDA HL
Ind. Arts LYNN SCHWINDEL
MRS. JUNE SCHAERTL
Home Econ. CLARIE SYVERSON
Engineering MRS ARVELLA SUDNIKOVICH
Education MRS. BEVERLY WINFREY
r DOUGLAS WOOD Engineering SATISH LALL Engineering MIKE YOUNG
Bus. Adm .
RICHARD WALLER Agriculture JOE WALTERSCHEIDT Ind. Arts
Bus. Adm. LYNN KARY
Bus. Adm. JAMES JONES Education RICHARD HOWDESHELL Ind Aris
PAT KRAMER Bus. Edu. GILBERT LEGGETT B.S. DONALD HAINLINE Ind. Arts
LAWRENCE EDINGER Education JIM EDINGER Ind. Arts
Bill DENNIS Bus. Adm TOM FALLIS Engineering
DONALD CANTIN Engineering STAN PEERY Engineering CLIFF SMllfH Forestry
HELEN DAVIDSON Education TOM STOTT Ind. Arts
NOT PICTURED TERRY BOOTH
Vern Brand Falke Carlson
Allen Chaffin Richard Geise
Max Monzingo James Sexton
Maybern Ramey Robert Jordon
Robert Howard Earl Gleason
Don Rude John Vandeventer
Dion McPoland NOT PICTURED
Byron Becker John Filler Ben Grow Leland Porter Marvin Putzier Ronald Putzier Dale Ward
Thomas ~owder Jerel Jackie
Victor Andrews Thomas Prall
Richard Thayer Thomas Phelps
Jim Russell Eldon Stotlar
FIRST ROW: Cathy Mannings, Evalyn Burrell, Barbara Hillebrand, Eva Burrell, Carmelita Selvage, Barbara Boughton, Clarie Syverson. SECOND ROW: Miss Dunnigan, Stan Peery, Ron Bliven, Donna Nordstron, Sharon Waldram, Pansy Johnsen, Margaret Schelino, Anita Howell, Mrs. Gridley, Ron Schmidt. THIRD ROW: Janice Cramp, Doug Young, Bill Gunlach, Gary Boothe, Leland Knott, Noel Logar, Delbert Webb, Mary Jo Evans, Oliver Swanson, Bob Huff.
Delta Kappa, the N.l.J.C. Chapter of the National Junior College Honorary Society Phi Theta Kappa, consists of the top ten percent of the Junior College scholastically.
The members held two dinners this year, one in the fall, the
Founder's Day Dinner, and the Pledge Dinner in the spring.
The initiation was
performed on the stage as a part of the Annual Guidance Day program.
Mercy Jane Gridley, their able advisor, is an excellent example of their leadership, integrity, and ability.
FIRST ROW: Carmelita Selvage, Helen Park, Janice Cramp, Nancy Malmsted, Margaret Olson. SECOND ROW: Kwang Sic Choi, Gary Renigar, Gilbert Liget, Gary Cochrane, Jan Kelly, Dan Pilkington, Mr. Priddy. TH IRD ROW: Chuck Holmes, Ray Thompson, John Rondeau, Rodger Brown, Jon Kappi, LaVerne Guthmiller, Yong Gi Kim .
Betty Malmsted, Laverne Guthmiller, Mr. Priddy, Margaret Olson, Dan Pilkington.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Donna Nordstrom, Kay Runberg, Nadine Brooten, Bet1y Pierson, Barbara Schlee. SECOND ROW: Eva Burell, Janet Fiegel, Aronletta Rieske, Anita Howell , Kathy Miles. THIRD ROW: Janet Morse, June Schaertl, Beverly Winfrey, Clarie Syverson, Judy Ghigleri.
Autar Sidhu, In d'1a
Kwang Sik Ch o1,. Korea
The Associated Women Students presented many exotic functions during the school year. The organization is composed of al l women students enrolled in the Junior College.
Under dynamic leadership this group was responsible for the
ma jority of the beautiful and outstanding social entertainment at N.l.J.C.
Above, A.W.S. Officers, left to right: Charmaine Dietz, Cheryl Van Slate, Eva Burrell, Arlene Henderson.
FIRST ROW: Beverly Winfrey, Nellie Epperly, Janice Cramp, Margaret Schelino, Mary Knox. SECOND ROW: Or. Eva Ogg, Arvella Sudnikovich, Helen Tootel, Mrs . Gridley, Evelyn Stuart, Irene Warner, June Schaertl, Janet Peery.
FIRST ROW: Norman Johnson, Bob Hakkensen, Bill lockhard, Dick Neustad, Herb Milhisler, Ed Servick (President). Loren Murphy, Bill Gundlach, Jack Ruthven, Bryn Meckel, Don Stowe. SECOND ROW: Dave Martin, Ed Morical, Ralph Lawernce, Doug Young, Stan Peery, lucky Faust, Al Bennett, Bill Weller. Gary Frame, Ken Miller. THIRD ROW: Bob Line, Darrel Anderson, Gerald Hcmngstad, Ed Preslon, Larry Kirkeby, Dick Thompson, Dick Schroder, Neil Hyde Allen Moore, John Fiegel. FOURTH ROW: Larry Hippler. Bob Aavedal, Chuck Kucera, Paul Hakala, Dave Fudge, Gary Haman, Allen Insko, Ken Bowler, Wayne Patterson FIFTH ROW. Tom Lee, George Wilson, Neil Boekal, Leland Knott, Ray Cransten, Don Deubel, Roy Reed, Clilf Serdahl, John Wick, Darell Martin. SIXTH ROW: Gary Boothe, Salish Lall, Sarjit Randhawa, Ed Lane, John Cole, Duaine Huber. Ron Schmidt, John Heinrich, Dick Simundson, George Hamilton, Gerald Dietrich
The Engineers Club consists of those students enrolled in Engineering and In路 duslrial Aris.
The highlight of their social program was the elegant Engineers'
Ball held at picturesque Clark House on Hayden Lake. They also took several field trips to places of interest in their fields.
FIRST ROW: Yong Gi Kim, Roger Wilson, John Wick, Ed Spooner, Herbie Milhisler, Dan Pilking1on, Gary Cochrane, Don Pederson. SECOND ROW: Seb Lamb, Dave Smith, Jere Montang, Laverne Gu1hmiller, Bob Liepold, Jack Ruthven, Dick Bieber THIRD ROW路 Ed Servick, Duane Heber, Bill Lockard, Ralph Lawrence.
To the Vets Club we must extend warm wishes for those students who served faithfully
the Armed Forces. It was these vets whose social functions tended to
develop congeniality among the student body.
A BARREL OF LUCK" TO THE "VETS"
FIRST ROW: Aronoletta Rieske, Cheryl Frost, Melodie Rice, Beverly . Lee, Nadine Brooten, Arlene Henderson, Violet Johnson. SECOND ROW: Cathy Manning, Helen Park, Janette Knox, Pat Dowell, Isabell Rogneby Pansy Johnsen. THIRD ROW: Fred Muhs, Leland Swanson, Neil Hanson, Bob Stemm, John Fiegel, Gene Egge. LAST ROW: Ray Thompson, Roger Brown, Dick Batchelder, Wayne Haldi.
Jean Leighty, Morse, Mary Knott, Oliver Carl Cocrane,
The Chorus, under the direction of Gilbert N. Burns, had a very fruitful year. The Student Body and the surrounding communtty enjoyed the many excellent and varied programs presented by this talented group. May the future N.l.J.C. choruses be as well accepted as this fine group of vocalists.
MUCH PRAISE FOR A JOB WELL DONE!
Brian Meckel, Dan Rodriguez, Bob Hallvick.
Arlene Henderson, Brian Meckel, Charmaine Dietz, Bob Hallvick, Dan Rodriguez, Cheryl Van Slate.
'S DAY DANCE Youngman.
. Van Slare, . Bob Hallvick, Char ma1ne Dietz, Ron herie
. Van Slate. I Chene Judy Ghigleri, Jeane lie Morse, Barbaro H"llebrand,
Clarie Syverson, Donna Nordstrom, Jeanette Morse, Eva Burrell, MISS NIJC Judy Ghigleri, Sally Harrington. Anita Howell, Karen Minzel, Nancy Deeks, Carmelita Selvage.
Stubby lions, Ron Gosline, Oral Miller, Roger Brown, Noel Logar, Bob Haakenson.
FIRST ROW: Jake Schmidt, Manager, Bob Hallvik, Bob Novak, Bill Hjort, Bill Bush, Mr. Keating, Coach. SECOND ROW: Ron Youngman, Dean Knudson, Allen Bennett, Dan Rodriguez, Glynn Evans, Gary Gould. THIRD ROW: Ron Peters, Mick Sheeran, Jerry Enders, Jan Kelly.
FIRST ROW: Ron Wilson, Don Pederson, Herb Millhisler. Neil Boekel, Roger Brown. SECOND ROW: Dick Batchelder. Barton Wright, Ron Peters, Fred Rounds. THIRD ROW: Gerald Herrigstad, Larry ,Kirkeby, Howard Sevdy.
Dan Rodriguez "Jug" Bonnell
Jerry Enders Dan Rodriguez
KNEELING: Howard Sevdy and Gerald Herrigstad. STANDING: Jim Blane, Dave Smith, Denny Berard, Gerald Dietrich.
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