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TABLE OF CONTENTS FACULTY .......... 8 -~OPHOMORES .... 22 ORGANIZATIONS .. 38 SH MEN ....... 62 ITIES........ 88 -TECH .. .. .. ...1 04 ORTS . . . . . . . . 1路14


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FACULTY

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ADMINISTRATION Barry G. Schuler, President

LEFT TO RIGHT: Jay Couch, Chah'man E.A. Seiter, Mrs. Josephine Webb. Or. Lynn C. Fredrikson,

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Raymond Stone, Dean of Faculty

Vice-Chairman Scott W. Reed .

Dr. Richard Merriman, Dean of Students

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C. Weston Hatch Student Union Manager, Asst. Business

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W. James Burns Dean of Men. Biology

Betly Mc Lain Dean of Women, Business Adm in.

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Dexter H. Moser Dir. of Counseling, Engineering

Gerald 0 . Wendt Sec. -Treas. of Board, Business Manager

Itsuko Nishio Registrar

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FACULTY

Jack Bl oxom Physical Education, Baseball Coach

Edgar Beverly Mathematics, Chemistry Joyce Boswell Speech

Annette Bignall F r ench, English David Cohen Sociology Daralyn Atwood English, Physical Education

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n. George Cook History, Politi en! Science

A . t\. Decker

English, Anthropology

Frank Evans Biology James Crowe

Histo1路y

Loretta Dunnigan Business Adm in.

Flo Davis ~lusic

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Marvin Farmer Business Admin. Maralee Foss Physical Education Hazel Fawcett Home Economics

Margaret Gale Drama, Speech Thor Fladwed Law Enforcement

Raymond Ga rcea Psychology

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Gertrude Gilbert Business Admin .

Joyce Horvath Education, English

Leona Hassen Spanish, English

Richard Hyneman Debate , Speech

Wtlltam llubber Mathematics

Frances Heard Ph. 0. English

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Louis Kelly Music

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Mai;y Jei;;sick Library

Lucille Lange English George Ives English, Journalism

warren Keating Sciences' Golf Coach

Luva Lee Physical Education

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Merlin Miller Art

Ol'l'in Lee Physical Education Douglas McLean Physics

John McFarland English Bernard l\'lerriman Radio Pl'oduction

Ruth McFarland Home Economics

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Russell Soderling Librarian

Richard Raymond Biology

William Pecha Chemistry, wrestling Coach Mary Sorenson Asst. Librarian

Mary Shinn Economics

Florence Stranahan Home Economics

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Edwin Stuart Chemistry, Physical Education

Lorraine Ursaki Physical Education

Beverl.1路 Hatrock Dfrector, Nursing Program

Virginia Tinsley English

Rolland Williams Athletic Directot路, Basketball Coach

Dale Tritten Mathematics

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SOP HS Bein g a sophomore is wondering why you ever wanted to get into Rath' s in the fi t路st place . It's getting home at 3 o'clock and apologizing to your roommate for being so early. It's getting ready to graduate, led by class officers Pat Miles, Bob Bishop and Toni Miller .

Daniel Adams Gale Akers Randy Allen Edward Anderson James Anderson

Nancy Anderson Steve Anselmo Laneta Atha Ali Azadegnn

Lyle Babbitt

Richard Balley Virginia Bailey Dennis Balascio Glen Baldwin Connie Barker

David Beck Marjorie Berry Michael Bishop Robert Bishop Phillip Bloom

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.... Stephen Boe Sigt路id Boscth

Ha1路old Braddock Richard Braddock

Barba1路a Brnssard Grant Brooks

Ali Azedcgan pores over nn engineering problem .

$.'\die Brooten Li.nda Brower

Patricia Bruenn nandy Bryngelson Ron Buckner Chester Buss M:u路k Cagwin

Alan Calla han Lyle Camp Gorda n Campbell Paul Campbell Daniel Carlson

Barbara Carns Calvin Carpenter nuth Carpenter Thomas Carver Leslie Chariton

Charles Chllse Dale Childers John Clark nobert Clark Ronald Cobb

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Camille Colstad Ch,"lrles Conklin Edwin Conners

Michael Conroy Lany Coon George Couper

Gary Cox James C1路ouch Lawrence Crow

Dennis Cwmitigham James Curti-? Stephanie Dahl

Rick Oammarell Gloria D' Anckea Debbie Dang Dave Risley and Charleen Hendrickson spend a last few minutes getting books for evening study before leaving an otherwise deserted main building.

Jcnnifc1路 Davis Steven Deinhardt Charles Dodson

Carol Donohoe Pamela Dorsett Linda D1路echsel Dennis Ducommun Don Dunsmore

Kathy Durdy Barbara Eby Leonard Eby Linda Eby Ri ta Eckhart

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Leroy Eide Terri Engebretson Colleen Fee George Feisthamel Jim Ferguson

Judy Ferguson Karin Flndwed Joann Ford Raymond Frnnk Judy Frantz

Michael Fritz Cathy Frymire

Richard Frymire ~ary Fuller

Donald Gant Carol Geuin

Melvin Glazier Ella Gordan

David Gray Ken Green

Charlie Dodson and Steve Bowman wllh NIJC's new video-tape machine.

Clayton GWlsalus Larry Haight

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Cary flammons David lf:irms Mai路lin Harris May Ilecket Dewey Hcinmark

Karen Hicks Linda Hi te Paul Hoffer Melanie flolmes Don Holom

Russell llonsaker John Howell Robert Hubof Sheny Hugclahl Helen Hughes

Gary Hurnplu路ey Ron flun t John Isaacson

David Jacobson Lewis Jacobson Barry Jar stacl

Pat Miles and Danny Adams share Pepsi and conver sation in the SUB.

John Jolmson Richard Johnson James Jolin Andy Jolliff Gary Judd

Roger Jw1ttila William Kac lmer Susan Karstad John Keebaugh William Kennedy

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Norman Jennings David Jensen Jane Job


Howard Kent Kenneth Kimzey Kris King Kevin Kirking James Knott

Kenneth Koentopp Lance Koep Rom>.ld Koep Sh.1ron Lampert Rebecca Larson

C:n路men Latina Tiichanl Lee Con nie Legard Robe1路1ttlee Lent Janet Lewis

David Limesand Richard Listoe Dan Litzenberger

Geary Lockard Michael Long

Michael McCuskey James McDonald

Thomas McFarland Larry llfcGllllvary

"If you don't know My of these guys, vote for Steve Dienhart.

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Annita l\lcKenzle Hudson l\Iangum

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Vici.Or l\!anley F1路cd :'llano Noma Martin

Greg Maryatt Kenneth Meckel Ronald l\lendive

Gary l\'fi!cs Linda Miles Pat1路icia Miles

"Popcorn! Peanuts! Soul Food!" yells John Spivey. Kathy Miller Toni l\liller Joyce Moreau

Lenore Mousseau Beverly New David Newell Vernon Newman Scott :-lichols

Tcny Oliver Peter Olson Theresa Olson J\llchael Oswald Laurel Oversby

Eddie Pears Cheri Peck Gary Petersen Charles Petersen Elizabeth Peterson

William Peterson Terri Pierce Beverly Pollard Cecil Pollard Ronald Race

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Dixie Recd Benjamin Heese Margaret Richey Larry Riplingcr David Risley

Mary Roberts Gail Rochester Vivian Russell Dan St. Jolm Lloyd Sruldcrs

Dona ld Satchwe ll Do1ma Satchwell Robert Schaper

Kenny Schultz Caroline Schumacher James Scranton

Loralee Seibert Rosalia Semanko Margaret Severson

Catherine Shi eIds Paul Shook Walter Sims

George Sink Duane Sipila David Siroshton

Edward Smalland Susan Smith Douglas Sneve

With a smile and a smooth step Dane Degenhardt twirls Sherry :IlePeck during the Sweetheart Dance.

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Cast members for the production of the CRUCrBLE looked intent as they began the final week of rehearsal.

Julie Solomon Carl Starclunan Jacquelyn Stevens Ann Strawn Bruce Taylor

Calvin Tayloi路 Randy Teall Barbara Thom Kathryn Thomas Bonnie Torkelson

Theresa Trexler Cathy Trice Troy Turley Stacy Turnbow Joneen Viborel

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Karen Viebrack Sallie Voltaline Darrell Wagner

Carol Wall John Wallender Rendell Walter s

Cathy Waterhouse Roberta Watson Randall Wheeler

Patricia Wilbur Roger Wilhelm Peter Wilson

Barbara Wise Wayne Wooldridge Ron Worley

Louise Wormuth Lar ry Wright Bonnie Wright

Gary Yergler Alan Zerba Paula Ziegele

George Kasakow gives aid and assistance to start a fire In the newly activated SUB fireplace.


Al Anderson William Baker Phillip Berendsen

Terry Best Terry Lee Best Raymond Basanka

Grant Braekus David Bwm Da vtd Carson

" I don't think we know that song . . "

Harvey Chandler William Chapin Wa lter Chestnut

Trudy Chisholm John Cobley Michell Compton Warren Conklin

Patricia Conner William Conway Marilee Cox Gary Crossman Ce1路aldine Curry

James Dodson William Doughty Kelly Drake Susan Eachon Robert Emehiser

)路l yron Emerson Gary England Dan English Henri Faubert Shannon Garvey

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Steve Gay Tom Gilmore Rick Grabenstein Heidi Gutierrez Edward llabcgcr

Stewart E. Hackett Robert Ha!tcrson Laura Hakala Derrick Hansen Robert Harriman

Patti Yacks high, on a cabinet.

David Ha sz Lily Hedlund Gary Heguet

Thomas Hickerson Rick Hlndberg Linda Hite

Sandra Irish Alan JeMings Kenneth Johnson

Greg Jones Larry Jurka vich Tom Keller

Gary Kempton Darrell Kerby Raymond Klein

David Kugler Roxanne Low Larry Lyons

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Charles l\:cNearney Sharon McPcek Robert McPherson Michael l\:cTaggert Mike Martin

Glen :\Iattox Jack :\Jercado Carolyn Miller Larry Morrison Ellen Mulvaney

Mike Nalonder Robert D. Oakes John Oborne Dane ll O:r Catherine Ann Ortega

S. U.B. card sharks . . .

Wesley Paulson Dale Peterson JoAnn Peterson

Pam Peterson William Peterson Paul Pickering

Greg Piller John Prescott Mike Pi路ettyman

Jackie Price L.J. Pugh Kim Redmond Kurt Robertson

Gail Roy Michael Ryan Charles Schlicht Bill Schultz

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students sit at rapt attention to the sounds of the Original Caste.

Donald Sears Carole Shecklor Sandi Silva

Russell Simpson .Ylichael Staley William Stephenson Mike Sternberg

Doug Stockdale Michael Swaim Larry Thomas Ira Thomas John Webb

John Weisz James White Michael Winkleman Carl Worthen Patti Yacks

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ORGAN

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STUDENT GOVERNMENT

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STUDENT BOARD

FRONT ROW: Bob Bishop, Chuck Durand, Bill Buss, John Keebaugh. BACK ROW : C.W. Hatch, Toni

Miller, Peggy Harrison, Pat Miles, Margaret Severson.

Approving student organizations, promoting interest and spirit, allocating fw1ds for the various activities were the main functions of Student Board this year . For the first time in several years, however, Student Board went beyond these traditional activities to more fully represent those students they serve . Working out a new Dress Code, Conduct Code, and Student Handbook were activities that will be remembered in conjunction with this year's officers.

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Student Activities Committee aggressively worked to provide numerous and varied socia l and intellectual di versions. Inaugerated this year was the series of firesides, featuring several members of the faculty as well as other interested individuals .


STUDENT ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE

FRONT: Margaret Severson. SECOND ROW: Charleen Hendrickson, AMette Bignall, Dave Risley. T HIRD ROW: Steve Deinhart, Randy Ma Corty, Leon Starchman, C. W. Hatch.

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PHI THETA KAPPA

SEATED, Left to Right: David Risley - Vice Pres. , Karin Fladwed - Pres. , Margaret Richey . STANDING: Rufus Cooke, Colleen Fee, Mary Fuller, James A . lllcDonaJd.

LEFT TO RIGHT: Karin Fladwed - President, David Risley - Vice President, Marga rel Richey - Secretary, Teri Pierce ti lstorlan, Rufus Cooke - Advisor.

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Uniting on a state-wide basis to emphasize the importance of legislative reform of education needed in the country by making students on campus and the people in the community aware of the needs of education through several community - campus programs, was the major activity of the student members of the IEA, a subsidary of the NEA-- the college student's professional organization for education majors. The officers of the organization were President, Pal Peterman; Vice President, Larry Haight; Secretary, Diane Peterman; and Treasurer, Paula Ziegele.

SIEA

LEFT TO RIGHT: George I<asakow, Barb Carns, Paula Ziegele , Sherry Hugdahl, Pat Peterman, Larry Haight, Lau1路ie Harris, Dr. Joyce Horvath, advisor.

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DRILL TEAM

LEFT TO RIGHT: Tina Blakely, Colleen Fee, Jackie Schmidt, Ruth Hennie, Stephanie Dahl, Corinne Schmand, Rita Eckhart, Sheila Roth, Kathy Miller, Kathy Linker, Charlotte Mikesell, Becky Steve, Cathy Dougall, Kathy Ortega, Debbie Epperson, Jo Cothern,

DiXie Bro, Linda Jencek, Kathy Kies, Margaret Richey.

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Learning to enjoy life through recreation and group activity, the members of the Ski Club have become a pa.rt of li ving. They enjoyed several trips during the year. One to Whitefish Mountain during semester break and to Mt. Baker during spring break with additional night skiing at Mt. Spokane. They have a lso sponsored two dances to a.id in their most important activity, the ski trip to Mt. Baker near Seattle, Washington. Pat Thomas and Duane Sipila entered the Whitefish Slalom Open at Big Mo\Ultain gaining first and second place respectively. Pat's first place marks the first Ski trophy received in NIJC's history. Officers of the group are Sallie Voltolini, President; Duane Sipilia, Vice President; Margaret Severson, Secretary; and Pat Peterman, Treasurer.

SKI CLUB

FRONT ROW, left to right: Jim Crowe, Rick Lipshay, Patty Crowe, Barbara Thom, Sandy lrich, Marvin Farmer, advisor. SECOND ROW: Burt Lipshay, Charl es Lipshay, James Crowe, advisor, Margaret Severson. Jamie Schrock, Steven Shin. TliffiD ROW: John Spivey, Dennis Folstad, R ichard Frymire, David Watson, Sally Vol tolin, Jim Knott.

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FRENCH CLUB

FRONT, left to right: Toni Miller, Mnrgaret Ritchey, Ann 9.vendener. BACK: J\lrs. Bignall, PeMey Ramsey, Sheila Roth, Jo3Jllle Diltz, Dave Beck.

Le Cercle Francais or the French Club is a group organi zed to become aware of French history, culture, art, and civilization for those students interested in French through slides and l ectures. The ot路ganization's purposes are to prepare a student for life by broadening his awareness of the culture of France from its beginning to the 15th and 16th centuries and to open his mind and eyes to culture in general .

Members discuss the symbolism of Gothic cathedrals.

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SPANISH CLUB Margaret Richey, Kay Kincaid, Pat Diltz, and Leona Hassen are the leaders of the El circulo espanol (Spanish Club) as president, vice president, secretary, and advisor respectively . To give interested students the opportunity to learn more about the Spanish language and the culture and traditions of Spanishspeaking countries by providing the members with slides on Spain and Mexico, Christmas party in the traditional Spanish custom, and a party on learn-to-cook tortillas and gazpacho have been the activities of the club.

FRONT ROW : Kay Kincaid, Cathy Frymire, Mary Ann Lip shay, Jean Schenkenberger. Mrs. Hassen. Patricia Diltz. Barbara Thom, Jesse Montez. SECOND ROW : John Henera, Norm Jennings, Roger Luke, Sherlene llolle, Arnie Rathbun, Margaret Richy, Henry Herr em .

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VETERANS CLUB

The Veteran's Club provided its members with a variety of activities. Vets participated in a "Micro- College" on Viet- Nam in November, acted as doormen at sports events and dances, and provided their members with the opportunity to attend a formal dinner with their dates in May. They also assisted VFW and American Legion members in various community projects and sent representatives to the Northwest Collegiate Veteran's Convention in Seattle . Lyle Babbitt, President; Terry Ogden, Vice-President; Steve Gillett, Secretary; and Dan Holstein, Treasurel路 governed this group.

SEATED: Jack Hamilton, Dane Degenhardt, Dan Holstein, Mr. Keating, Doug Cope. STANDING: Russell Silcock. Helen Redmond, Dave Jensen, Lyle Babbitt, Fred Mann, Eel Connors, Pete Olson, Jamie Schrock, Wayne Kedish, Ken Meckle, Dennis Beauchamps, Dave Moughman, Mike White, Thomas Gray, and Ali Azadegan.

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Speaking at t he Micro-College Terry Ogden makes hi s point, whi l e Sister Edith Riehle and Col onel John McFarland wait their turn. Students listen attentively as a guest speaker discusses U. S. involvement in Viet-Nam.

Members of the Veteran's C lub act as color guard at the Memorial Day Services held In NIJC ' s gym.

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HOME EC CLUB

SEATED, left to righl: Garnette Roy, Wendy Frymire. Sharon Lampert, Nancy Anderson, Beverly Pollard, Ellen Balasclo. STANDING: Mrs. Florence Stranahan, Paula Jackson, Leah Solberg, Judy Solnl, Susan Smith, Donna Huhta. Beverly Jarst.-iad, Coru1ie Barker, Susan Erickson.

OFFICEHS--SEAT ED: Beverly Pollard , Ellen Balascio. STANDING: Sharon Lampe1路t, Nancy Ande1路son, Wendy Frymire, Garnette Roy .

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D.E.C.A.

FRONT ROW, loft to right: Sandy Sanderson, Joan Dennis, Melisse Kennedy, Bill Schwartz. BACK ROW: Bob Stoven. Wayne Gonzalus, Doug Weed, Candy 0' Brinn, Rick Braddock.

The Distributive Education Club of America is a national and state

affiliated group under the leadership of Rick Braddock as President and Joan Dermis as SecretaryTreasurer. The purpose of this club is to help develop, through leadership, future leaders in the field of business. Their major activity this year bas been participating in the state convention at Lewiston on March 21, 22, and 23.

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CHORAL MUSIC

Jane Rey, Phyllis Morbeck, Linda Br ower, Barbara Paisley, Teresa Susedik, Rita Eckhart, Kathy Durdy, Cathy Holland, Everett Day, Pat Miles, Dan Adams, Helen Hughes, Ken Koentopp, Erick Mescher, Barbara Thom, Tom Reynolds. Troy Turley, Ray Garcea, Kathy McAnally, Shirlene Henderson, John Keebaugh, Doug Schiebler, Viola Campbell, George Peters, Gary Lynn, Robyn McCarroll , Rich Preston, Teresa Lien, Linda Hodgson, Betty Peterson, Leon Starchman, Bill Booth, David Clure .

Dan Hibbard looks over a picture of the choir while Mr. Kelly searches for his grade list to help the annual staff in identifying choir members.

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Linda Brower , Brynn Taylor, Rita Eckhart, Lynette Sharp, Viola Campbell, Barbara Thom, Kathy Durdy, Betty Peterson, Pat Miles, Barbara Paisley, Faith Neighbour, Kathy McAnally, Kathy Foutz, Teresa Lien, Ellen Balascio, Phyllis Morbeck, Kathy Holland, Teresa Suseci k, Jane Fey, Kay Kincaid, Jayne Job, Shirlene Henderson, Betsy Darling, Marsha Nwlally, Kathy Foster, Dawn Rainier, Candy Short, Bev Jars tad, Eileen Stuart, Helen Hughes, Linda Hodgson, Debbie Knapp, Robyn Mccarroll, Sandy Van Worme1-, Margaret Richy, Kathy Miller, Sheryl Snyder, Sheryl Peck, Chuck Hemick, J i m Walker, Doug Schiebler, Bill Booth, Rick Preston, Leon Starchman, George Peters, Troy Turley, Dan Adams, George Kasakow, Paul Campbell, Da vc Jacobson, Oa vid Clure, Everett Day, Ken Koentopp, John Keebaugh, Gary Lynn, Dan Hibbard, Tom Reynolds, Bill Kemp, Ray Garcea .

Stud en ts gather a1路ow1d the piano for an impromptu rehearsal sessi on .

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NIJC CARDINAL BAND

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FRONT ROW, l eft lo right: Eric Mescher, Juanita Reed, Joanne Diltz, Ray Garcea, Alan Zebra, Jon Harwood . SECOND ROW: Tom Reynolds, Mike Budvarson, Larry Jones , Karen Viebrock, Bill Kaurman, Pal P eterman, Karen Fladwed. THmD ROW: Everet! Day, Pal Dil tz, Rolly Naccarato, Bill Chapin, Km路l Robertson. Bill Booth, Dennis Burt, Faith Neighbor, Ken Koentopp.

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ENGINEERS' CLUB

FRONT HOW, left to right: Ron Walker, Jeff Hyenga, Larry Van Rolsum, Jack Wargi, Mike Daly, Stephen Razor, Gordon Johnston, Dave Husscll, E.'uming SucWlng, Joseph SueWing, Vince Johnson, John Shown, Larry Wright, Leo Bruderer, Terry Fairchild. BACK ROW: Paul Morbcck, Don Kilian, Huss Honsackcr, Steve Jolmston, Dan Douglas, Mike Fritz, Randy MaGorly, Dave Newell, Jim Kesenbcrger, Arthur Oliver, Hobert Dugger, Steve Voltllini, Ron Robinson, Robert Jorgenson, Dan Blood, Charles Shirley.

TECHNICIANS' CLUB

SEATED. left to right: Joe Miller, Janet Lewis, Kathy Kel so, John Wetzel, Dave Bussio, Wayne Crooks. STANDING: Dave Mnndykc, Lo1mle Pugh, John Whitehead, Leonard Cope, Donald VanKlceck, Doug Witham. Stan Wycoff.

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Continuing s uccess eluded the Cardinal Debaters during the 1969-70 season, though they garnered wins at the Yakima Valley College Invitational Meet. With a team composed primarily of freshmen, the squad holds strong promise for the future. Experience gained during this year's disappointing season coupled with new recruits should vault NIJC' s debaters into the limelight once again.

TOP TO BOTTOM : Richard Hyneman, Martin Durtschi, John McCann, Cathy

MacAnally, Jean Schenkenberger, Terri Mathes Peters.

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DRIFTWOOD

Isl semesler editor Lois Smith is shown conferring wilh Pischcl Yearbook flcpresentative Dale Qulncy.

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LEFT: The pressures of deadline always found 2nd semesler editor Lola Guimond equal

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BELOW--SEATEO: Laurie Harris. STANDING: Lola Guimond, Beatrice Barboudy, Elmer Barboudy, Phil Hudy. BELOW: To Yearbookers this is known as a special effect. Thanks Dave and AL

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NIJC CARDINAL REVIEW Producing an award winning newspaper was the prime activity of the 1970 Cardinal Review staff. In addition to writing, editing, layout, and proofing copy for the regular bi-weekly CR staffers unde1路took an alter路 nate week edition produced by mimeo - the Cardinal Abnormal. The inauguration of the second edition was to provide current coverage of campus activities and to clear the social notice story from the Review to allow more space for articles of greater social significance.

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CARDINAL REVIEW STAFF--STANDING, left to right: Brett Rogers, Larry Haight, Dave Risley, Steve Houchin, Bud Evans, and Butch Miller. SEATED: Judy Ferguson, Chuck Durand, and Jenny Davis.

CR worke1·s strive to solve the problems of the world In one of their frequent rap sessions .

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FRESHMEN 63


FROSH Being a frosh is wishing you' re old enough to get into Rath. It' s getting home at 12 o'clock and apologizing to your Mommy for being so late! Also, it's being l ed out of endl ess fres hman hassles by Shei;yl Snyder , Chuck Durand and Debbie Drechsel.

John Andet路son William Anderson Gary Aresvick Ronald Asbury Patricia Arlt

Susan Babbit Stanley Bailey Wilene Bailey Ellen Balascio Lyle Baldwin

Donald Ball Vir ginia Balser Naomi Bai路aby Robert Barbe1路 Thomas Beal

Dennis Beauchamp Doug Beckne1路 Dennis Bedard James Bell Marianne Bennion

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Carla Berger Robert Berger

Jim Best Ronald Bewick

Ray Billingsley Conrue Bingman

Heflecti ng the concenh路ation and effort needed to find just the right word, Geo1路ge Peters toils to complete one of many assignments .

John Biotti Christine Blakley

Dennis Blankenship Dan Blood Belinda Bockstruck Russell Bolm Teri Bolstrom

Mollie Boman William Booth Steven Bowen Thelma Box Randall Boyton

Neil Bradbu1路y Bruce Bradshaw Helen Branson Dixie Bro Lany Brown

George Brown Leo Bruderer Michae l Budvarson Paula Burnett Gerald Burns

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Dennis Bw·t David Busick Kathleen Butler Kathleen Buvel Eleanor Cadwalader

Ricki Cameron Carolyn Campbell Viola Campbell Kathleen Capparelli Rudy Carlson

William Carlson Barbara Carns Alu1 Caron Kenneth Carpenter ll'lll.xine Carpenter

Michael Carper Steve Carson Harold Cat·ter Scot Casey Juanita Cass

Winifred Cheny J\lichael ClUford David Clure Phoebe Clure Jack Collison

Judith Colwe ll Steve Cone Jolm Coope1· Douglas Cope Pat1·1c1a Cothern

Phlllip Coulter Dolores Cowen Wayne Crooks Paul Crosby Shelton Cross

Gary Cuff Gall Curless Elmer Currie Gci·ald Dalebout Michael Daly

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Elizabeth D:irllng Jim Davis William Davis Everett Day Danny Dcedcr

Dane Dcgcnhnrdl Joan Dennis Charles Dcobald Harry Derashia William Dickinson

nosem:11路y Diemert Joa1mc Diltz Patricia Di! lz Gary Ditmore Laverne Dofclmicr

Nancy Donald Gary Donat Dan Douglas Tim Doyle Linda Drake

SUBCULTURE SUB culture---The card playing area of the SUB always seemed to have adequate

nwnbers, even without mandatory attendance.


Ed Drapeau Debbie Drechsel Monte Dumont Scott Dumont Floyd Duncan Dan Dunn Edward Dunn

Gary Dunning Barbara Dunsmore Charles Durand Judith Durdy J\Iartin Durtshi Dan Duthie Terresa Eddy

Irving Edwards Vickie Elu·lich Charles Eixenberge1· Michael Elkins Linda Elston George Emmett Deborah Epperson

Gary Epperson Richa:rd Epstein Susan Erickson Henry Evans Paul Ewing Terence Fairchild llfike Fargcr

Dan Ferrell Dennis Faulstich Mike Fee John Ferguson Jane Fey Duane Finney Jack FiMCy

Letsy Fisher Leona1·d Flatt William Florence Gerald Ford James Fo1·ell Kathryn Foutz i\'lartin Fraker

Deborah F1·ank William Frank Gayle Frazier Dale Fritzsche Paul Fromm Wendy Frymire Albert Fuller

Roger Fulton Marcele Funke Connie Gaines William Garcia Randy Gardner Gordan Garner Steve Gamet· JoAnne Diltz. bowed in concentration, works on one of the seemingly endless number of themes for English Comp Class.

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Elizabeth Geaudreau Marlena George 9.izanne George

Doug Gibson P:\lrick Giesa David Gilbert

Joseph Gilliland Don Collen Joyce Gonzales

Wally Grabenstein Earl Grantham Tom Gray

Janet Grebil Jay Gridley Mlkc Grolh

Lola Guimond Gary Gumaer Bert Gunsalus

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Dean of Faculty, Raymond Stone. won the appllluse of the audience when he joined In a folk dance with students during the first convocation p1路ogram of the year.


Patricia Guthrie Phillip Guyette Richard Haakenson Pamela llacl01ey John Hagerty

Douglas Halliday Timothy Hamnnn Jack Hamilton Kathleen Hancock i\1arvtn Hanks

Paul Hansen Michael llargravcs Tom Hargraves Linda Harpole Ruth Hanington

Steve Hanington Laurie Harris

i\largrel Hanison Jon Harwood

Ed llasz Herbert llasz

Bill Hasz DaVid Hatrock

A moonlight cruise aboard the Oanccwnna was one of the first allschool actt vi ties of the year. Those attending the fu.nctlon had a "high ole time" as shown above. 71


Richard Hatrock Jim Hawkins

Wade Hawley Jeff Hayenga

Ronald Hayes Rn.ndy Heinemeyer

William Hembd Stephen Hendricks

Charleen Hendrickson Ruth Henning

Clai路ence He1路man Cara Herman Larry Brown monkeys around with the new television camera.

SUsan Hermann Henry Herrera

Juan Herrera Daniel Jlibbard

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Robert Higgins Michael Hill Richard Hiller

Jessie Hodge Linda Hodgson Casper Hoffman

Michael Hogan Sidney Holden Kathy Holland

Rober t Holliday William Holliday Patricia Holm

Donald Holmes Kenneth Holmes Donalyn Holovk:l

Daniel Hol stein Ron Holle Sherlene Holte

Juliann Horton Dan Hosford Ron Hotchkiss

Steven Houchin Robert Huggins Christopher Hughes

Games People Play (ln the SUB that ls) include: "what do my notes REALLY say," "C' s In the middle of WHAT?, 11 and "Artificial nowermaklng for fun and profit."

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Donna Hunt Hugh Hunter Raymond Hunter

Donald Hutchinson Michael llymas Ann lhly

Paula Jackson Mike Jacobs Joan Jaeger

Sharon Jaeger James Jamieson Beverly Jarstad

Linda Jcnlcek Roger John Gordon Johnson

Stephen Jolu1son Thomas Johnson Vance Johnson

NIJC fans cheer their team on to . . . Well, anyway they cheer their team.

Ronald Johnston Cynthia Jolin James Jones Jean Jones Larry Jones

David Jorcl'\n Jerry Jorcl'\n Robert Jorgensen Grant Juelfs Larry Jurkovich

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Jean Kaehner Janelle Ka lsk'ld Igor Kasakow James Kauffman William Kaufman

Scan Keane Wayne Kcdish Tom Kellas Clifford Kellner Kalhy Kelso

Willi am Kemp Melisse Kennedy

Larry Ketron Clay Kibbee

Roge1路 Kibbee Olga Kiernan

Kathy Kies Donald Kilian

Kay Kincaid l\llehael Klug

Oonagenc Knight Wade Kobs If you want Lo know lhc censored eutline for this picture,

please contact Lola Guimond or Lois Smith.

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John Koefod Melanie Koep Tom Korn Randy Korgseth Nick Kuprienko

Wanda Kurt Laurel Lafon Linda Lahti Kathy Lanter Kent Larsen

Francis Larson Linda Larson Marvin Larson Ted LaVole Lawrence Lee

Joe Smith laughs as Debbie Dang and Jean Schenkenberger debate over whether Jean gets a diSCOWlt.

Kathy Lenker Kevin Lennon Terese Lewis

Galla Lien Teresa Lien David Lindley

George Linney Mary Lipshay Michael Lishka

Christie Lockhard Lanny Long Virginia Long Mike Loomer Vikki LoWl'Y

John Lubbers Roger Luke llichard Lund Albert Lundbeck Donald Lyden

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Richard Lynch Cnry Lynn Kathy McAnally l\Uckcy McCall John McCnnn

Robin l\lcCarroll Timothy McDoungh Robert lllcFacldcn Gene McGlocklin James Mcintosh

Scott McKahan Wil liam McKcen Susan McL.'\in George MeLeru1 Tim MeQuinn

James Madsen Dean Magee Leonard Maitland

Da v!d lllruidykc Leo Mangum

Patrick Marmon Laura Ma1路qucz

Ellery Masterson Daniel Matheny

Teresa i\la thcs Nancy May

''We have all the Information but we can't give it to you. "

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Thomas Mayberry Edith Mead Gordan Mead

William Mead Deborah Mellon Deborah Menge

Lany Merri.field Robert Merrifield Eric Mescher

Jill Messman Mary Mikesell Douglas Millet路 "Are you sure this is supposed to be sandbox 102?"

Edward Miller George Miller Harold Miller James Millet路 Mark Miller

Monte Miller Thomas Miller Roger Monda Jesse Montez Alan Moody

Kathy Moore Lillian Moore James Morbeck Phyllis Morbeck Terry Morgan

Randy Morinili Everett Morris Marcia Morse Linda Mossburgh David Moughmer

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Doug Mousseau Michael Mlll路phy Melaine Mw:ray Randy Murray Don Murrell

James Mykle bust Roland Naccar ato Rick Nagel Charlotte Nearing Terry Needham

Larry Nehlick Mary Nelson Nicolette Nelson

Eugene Neumayer Mary Newton Jerry Nickerson

Colleen Nicolson Judy Noordam Darrell Northrup

Karen Norton Linda Novak Wanda Nul ph

Marcia Nunnally Earle Oborne Candy 0 ' Brien Draftsmen a lways try to complicate every thing - -even tic tac toe.

Terry Ogden Joyce Olu1emus Ted Oien

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Doug Olin Arthur Oliver Maurice OU vie1路i Donald Olson Kenneth Olson

Marjorie Olson Jerry Orcutt Stanley Orr Cathy Ortega Geraldine Oster

Barbara Paisley James Palmer Calvin Pa 1路ker Paulette Parriott Gary Peasley

Edward Peone Meta Perry Patrick Peterman George Pete1路s David Pe te rs

Randy Peterson Karen Pe te1路son Michael Piekarski Michael Pierce Donald Piersall

Robert Pittsley Carol Ponsness Dawn Potts Annette Powell Robert Priehi

Donald Purdy Ronald Quincy Anders Raiha Catherine Rainier Penny Ramsey

Dean Randall Jerry Randall Edie Rasmussen steven Rasor Arnold Rathbun

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Sherron Reasoner Billy Red Helen Redmond Juanita Recd Charles Remmick

llarvey Re1u1er Darlene lleynolds Steven llcynolds Tom lleynolds Greg Rice

"I just can't figure out why Mr. Kelly won't let me join the band."

Greg Richardson Lee Richmond Robert Rickel Robert lllcler Dennis Riegel

Michael Rinaldi Judy Robertson Ronald Robin Ronald Robinson George Rodgers

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Hichard Roe Ted Roof Axel Rosenlund

Shiela Roth Terrance Roth Vici Rucker

Phillip Rudy David Russell Davi cl Russe 11

Ricky St. Amancl Jeanne Sala Keith Sampson

"Photograph the clucks?" Butch Miller, camera in hand as always, contemplates his assignment from Cardinal Review editor Jenny Da v1s.

Kenneth Sande Stanley Sanderson Marvin Sandow Ned Satterlee Charlie Saunders

Charles Scates John Schan Cynthia Scheel Jean Schenkenberger Douglas Schiebler

Corinne Schmand Glen Sch II ter Jacq碌a lynn Schmidt Ricky Schoener Karen Schooler

James Schrock Sherman Schrock Dale Sch1路ocder William Schwartz Sharon Scrafford

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Tim Selman I<e1meth Shade l

Lynette Sharp Michael Sheppard

Charles Shirley Oo1ma Shively

"I don't get it!" Chuck Durand seems to have missed the humor of Jenny Davis' last commen t.

Darlene Shriner Michael Shriner

Roi Sigler Russell Silcock Robert Sims Arlene Slinkard Wayne Slusher

Hetty Smith James Smith Lois Smith Mike Smith Pam Smith

Susan Smith Pepper Smock Sharon Smoot Stephen Smoot Sheryl Snyder

Terri Snyder Julianne Soini Kenneth Solberg Leah Solberg Stephen Souther

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Lewis Speelman Randall Spencer Susan Spivey 'rhomas Spooner L..'lrry Stark

Patrick Starr Steve Starr Marilyn Steele L..'\1-ry Stein Leland Steinbrenner

Stnnloy Steiner Becky Steve Willy Stevenson Shelley Stoddard Tim Stolz

John Stone Robert Stovem Delores Stowell Eileen Stuart Euming Sue Wing

Joseph SUe Wing Arthur SUilivan

Jack Sumner Ted Sundberg

Charles Sweeney Anita Swendene1路

Brynn Taylor James Taylor

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One of the most overwhelming successes of student government was the well attended Town Hall meetings.


Maui路ice Thel'l'ian Terrill Thom

Margaret Thomas Bill Thompson

David Thompson Louise Thompson

"Once upon a time in a land far a way . . . . "

Lynda Thompson Steven Thompson Richard Thorp

Terrill Timmons Jean Tlnda11 Douglas Todd Billie Tompkins James Tompkins

William Torgerson James Troutman Dan Truman Neil Tucker Michael Tuel

Milton Turley William Tlu路nbow Debbie Turnbull Rocky Turner Carl Twidt

David Ul van Van Vandiner Gary Van Hom Dorothy Van Kleeck Bessie Van Rossum

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"Hey, are you s ure this is President Schuler' s car?"

Larry Van Rossum Sandra Van Wormer Carr oll Vams Gr egory Vester

Shiraz Vira Linda Vogel Steve Voltolini Geoffrey Wachter Larry Wagenius

Darlene Walbridge Elizabeth Waldron James Walker Kathy Walker Ronald Walker

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Michael Wall Jack Wargi Vicki Wanen Ron Washburn Robert Waterman

Deborah Watts Douglas Weed Clu路is Wellman Robert Wells Jeff We1m

James West Kirk Westfall John Wetzel Rodney Wheeler Barbara White

Gar y White Tommy White John Whitehead Greg Whiteman Florence Wiklund

Jean Wilhelm Phillip Wilkes Rodney Willard David Williams Susan Williamson

George Wilson John Wilson Melodee Wilson Jerry Winchel Douglas Witham

John Wixson Kath1路yn Wolters Mark Worley Dennis Wright L'\rry Wright

Stanley Wycoff Beverly Yager Carol Yandt Steven Yates Kenny Zehm

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ACTIVITIES

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The Wostern Savoyard, Opera at NlJC

CONVOCATIONS Original Cnste

Mike Sulli van, Classical Guitarist


The Origina I Caste, two concerts

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Glenn Yarbrough

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LEFT: George McKelvey, a comedian with Glenn Yarbrough . BELOW: Page in a SUB concert.

The Gentlemen's Agreement

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THE CRUCIBLE'' by Arthur Miller

STANDING, left to right: Gail Rochester, Bowen Wilkes, Chuck Scat es, John Wilson. SEATED: Pete Olson, Jill Messman, Gary Judd.

ABOVE: Karin Fladwed and John Wilson.

LEFT--STANDING: Lola Guimond, Bill Kacbner. SEATED: Sh:i.ron

Sc1路aiford, Joneen Viborel.

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Corlrmc Schmand and Bill Severson In two of the lead roles.

LEFT TO RIGHT: Unda lllte, Bill Severson, Bill Kachncr, Tony Fairchild, Bowen Wilkes, and John Wilson.

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CAMPUS DAYS

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The Pie Eating (and throwing) Contest

Patty Wilbur

Sleazy Rider and the Four Pushers ride the wild bed.

One of the week's dances

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EARTH DAY

April 22 brought many people to an awa r eness o[ our environme ntal status. Guest speakers, displays, panel discussions, and films were the sources used to inform both students and the com munity. Virginia Tinsley and Larry Haight were the organizers of th e teach-in; th ey wer e assisted by many stude nts who wer e much concerned about pollution problems.

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BLACK SEMINAR Another phase of ecology is the social plane where man must learn to coexist with others. A " Black Seminar" was held on May 6 to inform students of the problems that th e black race has to cope with in this country. Speakers for this program were brought here by Jamie Schrock with the aid of SAC. Donald Haley, president NAACP, Seattle chapter John Spivey of the B. P . P. adresses the panel.

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FORMALS CHRISTMAS SEMI-FORMAL

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SVVEETHEARTS' BALL TECHNICIANS' BALL

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1970 GRADUATION


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VO-TECH

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Richard Hansen Forestry

Richard Dickerson Data Processing

St:utley Hughes Welding

Jl'an Frick Arca Supervisor

Cla1路ence Haught Vocational Director Leonard Durkin Aulo Mechanics

Dian:i Granger Praclical Nursing

Leonard Cope Drafting and Design

Clive Crimmell Body and Fender

Carl Krueger Forestry

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Dale Parsons Vocational Counseling

Ronald Rodgers Me r chand ising and Mktg.

Jack Steve lndustrial Electronics Leslie Ratliff Auto Mechanics

Harlan Siebert Industrial Electl"onlcs

Clarence Stilwell Forestry Herschell Ri ebe Industrial Arts

Donald van Kleeck Drafting and Design

John Sprinkel Mach ine Shop

Tom Hobb Merchandising and Mktg.

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PRACTICAL NURSING The Practical Nursing program offers both c lassroom and clinical experience desig)1ed to produce students capable of assisting professional staff in complex situations and nu1路sing in less critical situations. Through cooperation with Kootanai i\lemorial Hospital, Sunset Terrace Nursing Home and the State Board for Vocational Education, instructor Granger produced personnel to fill the staJ1ing needs of :u路ea health ins titutions.

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DRAFTING AND DESIGN Mechanical Drawing, Applied Mathematics, Human Industrial Relations, Basic Surveying, Systems Controls, as well as various types of Drafting Work comprise the heart of the two year Drafting and Design program. Under the direction of, Instructors Cope and Van Kleeck, Students receive up-to-date ti-aining in the modern, fully -equipped Drafting lab, which closely approximates an industrial working situation.

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WELDING Instructor Hughes coordinates the practice activities and instruction in theory for welding students . The program conducted in Idaho's newest and most modern facility includes electric shield arc, oxy-acetylene, and helianc welding. Also included is study of metallurgy, figuring and tempering, layout, fabrication, blue print reading, and safety practices.

FORESTRY The Forestry Technology course is divided into two six month terms, November through April. Classes are held six hours pe1路 day, five days per week. The six months break between terms gives students a very desirable opportunity to work in their chosen field, under greatly varied conditions. Classroom work includes study of math, engineering, survey, drafting, botany, aerial photo interpretation, silviculture, and mensuration. Forestry students are under the guidance of instructors Hansen, Krueger, Stilwell, and Waterman.

MARKETINGMERCHANDISING The Marketing-Me1路chandisi ng progr am offers a unique opportunity to the student with a sincere interest in the retail, wholesale and service industries . The student works for a firm that cooperates with the college program as a paid part-time employee. The student is able to earn part of his expenses during the course of study, and at the same time build a background of experience in a career field. Students work under the direction of instruct ors Robb and Rodgers during their 10 month program. Formal instruction in accounting, advertising, salesmanship, economics, and personnel management is included concurrent with the on-the- job experience.

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DATA PROCESSING Bill Dickerson supervises the 11 month course in Data Processing. This program prepares the student for the position of computer programme1路 trainee. Beyond the work in data processing and programming fundamental s, students receive instruction in industrial psychology, mathematics for data processing, accounting for data processing, and computer systems. After he has concluded the two semesters of formal training, each student spends one summer working as an intern, training in a commercial data processing facility.

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS

The Industrial Electronics student is trained in the principles of electricity, magnetism, electron physics, semiconductor physics, and the characteristics of resistance. Advanced instructions apply these theories to practical use in radar, microwave, and transmitters and receivers. Each student is assigned a workbench with its own power supply. Here, he puts into practice the knowledge be bas gained in the classroom. The student develops an ability to build a circuit and test it, and to troubleshoot a circuit and repair it. Th.is program lasts two years. In the second year students attend special classes providing the necessary background for the Federal Communications Commission tests. Siebert, and Steve are the instructors.

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AUTO MECHANICS

Students in the Auto Mechanics Program learn to apply the lastest technological developments available to automotive repairmen. During their 11 month course mastering the techniques of Electronic diagonsis equipment, Hunter wheel alignment bay, and the complete array of traditional tools provides challenge for every individual. After completion of the course, each student has ~n understanding of the major mechanical components of the automobile and a background of practical work. Instructors Ratcl iff and Durkin provide demonstrations and close personal guidance as Auto Mechanics students work on the projects. Many members of the college community "volunteer" their vehicles as work samples.

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MACHINE SHOP Students in the Machine Shop program r eceive instruction in the use of metal lathes, milling machines, grinde r s, dr ill presses, saws, and bench work a nd layout. Instruction is primarily by demons tration. The relatively s ma ll class size makes individual assis tance by instructor Sprinkel one of th eir program's outstanding features.

AUTO BODY REPAIR The Auto Body Repair course is a complete basic program designed to give students sufficient knowledge and training for placement in an automotive body repair shop. Instruction includes light metal welding, basic metal straightening techniques, panel repair, wreck rebuilding, panel replacement, gl ass replacement, trim r emoval and replacement. Cllve Grimme is ln c harge of the 10 month body s hop program.

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SPORTS

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BASKETBALL

FRONT ROW, left to right: Terry Needham, Mgr . Don Holom, Ray Billingsley, Lew Speelmon, Mike Shepperd, Mgr . BACK ROW: Jim Ferguson, Steve Yates, Mike Conroy, Bob Shaper, Ted Reef, Don Dunsmore, Marlin Harris.

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The 1969 - 70 basketball season will be long remembered by NIJC supporters as one of the bleakest seasons on record . Though this squad was beset with problems from the first tip- off, the major complications resulted from the lose of three starters following disciplinary action. As any sports fan realizes, s uch a difficulty definitely makes the d ifference between a winning and losing season. The brightest spot in an otherwise lackluster season came with the squad's victory over a tough Walla Walla team. Overtime periods in several games, however, was an indication that though the team wasn't able to mount the usual successful play, they never lost the determination to represent themselves and their school to tb.e greatest extent of their capabilities.

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BASEBALL

In late season play the 1970 Baseball team found their form and compiled a 9-7 win- loss record in the last 16 games. Unfortunately, they opened the season with a disappointing eight game losing streak for a total record of 9 wins and 15 losses. Alan Callahan and Dave

Siroshton were the leading batters, hitting . 313 and . 293 respectively. Pitcher Roger Junttila ended the season batting . 385.

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FRONT ROW, left to right: Don Munell, Dave Siroshton, Allan Callahan, Dan Dunsmore, Roger Junuila. Duane Sipila, Jack Collison, R i ck Schoener, Marlin Harrls. BACK ROW: Ch1路is Wellman, Gary Van Norn, Gary Yergler, Grant Jeulrs, Dale Jo nes, Rick Hansen, John Webb, Coach Jack Bloxom.

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GIRLS' SPORTS

Sue McLain (above) and Jane Job bad the honor of being

chosen for the Pine League All-Star team.

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NJJC Girls ' Pine League boasted a fine athletic r ecord . The Cardinals tied for 3rd place in volleyball and took 2nd in the basketball competition . A baseball team was also in fine standing among the area colleges associated in Pine League sports .

FRONT, left to right : Toni Miller, Vivian Russell, Linda Hite, Jayne Job. Carmen Latina, Darlene Shriner. STANDING: Jackie Stephans, Debbie Frank, Tina Blakely, Kris King, Jean Schenkcnberger, i\Taralee Foss, Coach.

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TRACK FHONT ROW, left to right: Mike F ee, Monte MU!er, Chuck Ekicnbcrger, Vern NP.1 1man. Aldwin, Handy MaGony, B il l Schwart<\.

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B.~CK HOW:

Jim F cl路guson. Tom Mc Quinn, Lyle


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WRESTLING NIJC fielded a wrestling team for the first time in the school 's history this year. Highlight of the season came when the Car dinal Matmen defeated t he Eastern Washington St ate College squad. Continued success was denied the grapplers during this season largely due to the problems fac ing a first year team. Lack of depth caused many matches to be forfeited or necessit ated wrestlers competing out of their weight class . No pre-season recruiting and limited facilities al so added to the problems. With all but two member s of the 1970 squad returning and a more aggressive recruiting progr am, next year should produce a mo1路e balanced and competitive team .

Bob Berger, 158, scores points on a reversal.

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Mike Groth, 142, applies a "cowboy" as he struggles to pin his opponent.


FRONT ROW, left to right: Cary Miles, Dan English, Mike Groth, Euming Sue - Wing Back: Coach Bil! Pecha, Dave Watson, Dave Currie, Mike Fee, Art Oliver, Bob Berger, Manager Dan Litzenberger.

Steve Voltolini, 167, struggles to get both shoulders of his WSU opponent to the mat.

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GOLF

For the first time since 1968, the golf team broke even in dual match play. Two loses a t the season's close brought the season mark to a 4- 4 record after an impressive opening during which the team took 4 of the first 5 matches. Several losses were by narrow margins. Gary Humphrey was th e golfer with the best individual r ecord for lhe season with only three losses. Next year will bring only two returnees from this year's s quad : Scott Nichols and J eff Hayenga. who was lost to the squad this yea r for most of the season as the result of a broken leg.

LEFT 1'0 RIGHT: Scott Nichols, Jim Anderson, Gary Humphrey, Chuck Chase, Ron Worley, Tom McFar land, Coach Warren

Keating.

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LEFT. top to bottom: Linda Orechsel, Toni

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Linda Hite, Vivian Hussell, Jane Fey.

BELOW: Dave Bladford and Butch Miller make a stunning rescue after Bob Hubof crashed during half-time at the Montana game. Chuck Dur and obviously doesn't want to get involved.

First Se mes ter Rally members Chuck Durand, Bob Hubof, and Butch Miller backed up masco t Debbie Dang a t all public appear ances .

RALLY

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Yearbook 1970 Driftwood  

A publication of North Idaho Junior College

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