The Panhandler May 19, 1944

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Special Alumni Issue: Greetings To You Defenders


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    In ~orch , 1943, the collP.r,e WO~ given a contr ct by th'? Wc.r Service to house , feod , and {"i ve the gr oun~ in-str uction to somo 47 c r oss- countr y st..i-' dent:; p'lr month . There wero 94 s tl~~nt.s in rc&ul4r nttenJ11n

  • .,_ s .;,.,!'\~ o" :-ublishnd by tac .. u ... _ "" 1 Coeur d' ;,ler:; ' s

    ;c r th Ide.ho Jur~icr Collc~e cnly Junior C llebe in t.~e !dnho

    p n:-.he.r-:!!e

    ....... ~- I ;:, ,H\!'l' "c.rv Ellc:-i u hlethr.! :r, Cl!lrn Poin~ner9,

    tn.-- ar. Vir i .ic For'! , ::>cLori ba ck round !or::"tlr col lo teochini:; nml of!'icie1 school lcnde:-shil' thnt ~rk r him., 11 qialifiod to (;\the th d stini s of the J"..UliOr Col:og

    cos nnd

    l!is mnjor fio lds in th o:-:nct sci onaole him to inatruct mnth r.iatlc1

    ch nistry '' hi.lo o th r rooulty in tho \llr ocror t .

    )If "' Pointnor t:oll:J this ctory ev ry opp or t\lni ty :

    A nut o t the who 1. J. pooch ot th rl ~ht ,

    A turn in the r ood , Fr uit soled that nleht.

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    :cry Eller: .uehlethnl r , sittinr, at t.M o!'fic d sk : Do you \ant :::om dic tsti tnk'Jn- - :Jr.:m thin c~nniatin of "ond, ot, o..nd th_ ."


    ! i:reciic~ 't.he r a..:-id &!" Ci'fth Of ":.he J . C, i~ t~e i:.:!ledia-:C ~-s~-~~r period . !~ wcn't be ~oo lon~ b~fcre c~e trill ~ee n bee.uti!"ully le:dsccped c~ .is v.: th :-.nn:r ~od~rr. buildi~~:; . A~ our su~er "i -h~ey: e r e cccpleted ~o th,; arth s.nC. 2o.u t : -c is lik-ly tho~ a SJ-pesse~&er bus ~-ril: ~e!".s:-c. r ': s-.uden"t:; f r o:n ~!:e ;:~l!.og;~al lace rea and f r o::': Sendpoir.~ ~o ~~e College end r~rurn each cey .

    r eT.':":CC~ ~o b ir. b~ i s ir. COiii' .'2 1 'l d 't' of I~i..o ..S "' " C!"!e an c ner or !., -1'.U' .1ill suppcrt the Colle ~ . Stua nta dl-

    :::irir~ edditionnl p r&o~~l r f r nc s !'u't re vec..r~ c v CIC~!'"C.G:S tho!""l to 1re cot-

    le '3 -.'it..1! e "Pcracm'd -pl ose fcMfard, not ~ion or. th rn. I shell willingly til

    ~ romptly r Sp ~d to ~11 r wqu ~tG .

    Orrin E. Lee



    The In~~rn~t~oual Ruio:ionz c:ub .of the north !co.ho Ju.~ior College at~~ded a northwas~ ?(; con.ference of J:n~ernational P.u la ~;.onR Clubs at Ho l y ::a.::ies colldge , , '.7a shin to:l , ?.~arch 24 and 2~ , 194~ .

    ThQ first d~/ of the co~f ~ronce waz s?en~ in robist~rin& c.nd a~t~nd1ng round tabl ~ discuseions . In th~ ~vening a bar.quot was held at the Spok!ln~ Po'tel. At thit tino , l.!iss i .r:.y He::iingway Jones of the C!l rno i;;ie E.ndowr:iont , 0:: 'Fr arik Lu.nk and Dr. Godshall were guett spoar.e r s .

    Sa tu r do.y the convntion wa r, concluded with odd1tionnl round- table discussions . MiGs Uo.ry Elli:in Murhlethaler !l.nd Hiss Donelln llor t on , .l . I.J . C. otuccnts, gavo popor s on "Glob~l W~r ~nd Its Consequen-ces. " Uiss Ford , ulso J . C.,

    pa rtic1p~tod in a panel di~cussion . Lur.cMon follow:.;d at tne co.fcte r ia r.hore ell dolcGntus w~rc guo&t3 or the Holy Namec Colhgtj .

    Tno Ho r tn Idaho Junior Cnl h t;C H~s reprosan tod l>y nor( ' lq;a tt.s than a:-iy oth r par ticiputir._: Bchoo l. rs . :::il ter Gridloy and ~r1 . 1arl Ogg utt_nd~d as club eponsors . The s~ulonts present wer e the followinl": Geno Mc lHllun , chainnttn ; Ma.ry Blli..n iruehluth!llor , o retary : Don Ila t!o r ton , DoLoris Hanson , Virg1n 1Ll Ford , Cl i. r:i Pointner , Roy Apl t , ilcliti flt\ Prosse r , wid Phlll lo H11men:: .


    Nor th Idnho Junior Coll c go campus on tho wost l!lkooho ra is :slowly but surely bo i n~ develop d . Woll - surfoccd r Clnd wulks now lttd into the p:-1 01-r.: buUdinc:;s nd u.rour;h the o.viution . Tho utility li:i s n r c in:;tolled ; the b"'ach htos hud s. pnrtinl cl on- up and th l ,000 t r ees plantod (\ long the dike uro growing Wi311 . Some day it wil 1 be n beautiful c~ mpus. Studllnts who h ve lltt\>ndod will be proud of their pnrt i!l thh dove l opml.nt .

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    If I) TEACHE R

    ?:. r; E!!rn ! !euhle~'lo.l~r nn.d Do!le 11 ~ l!ort~c cc~?let~~ ~ semast~r of ?ract:ce te:iching th:s yec.r .. ndor the sun ... rv~ sion of Hrs . L:aude :: . Lc\cbc . They- 4l-0 ahed b3ck a..11 fo rth f r o= ~he City Hsll to Cen--;:-:::.1 sc.100 l seve r al t i::':e s n do.~ . ':'hey did their ? r ectice tc~chir.b in the sixth

    &r~db , and were ~opt bu~y trying to keep !lha d of ci1c pupils- - espec.:s.11:, i.e. a r i th-mctic .

    ::or., e~er the:; go, it 's o. t;.roe t -!.n6 of "ffello, Uiss ;.!- -- . '' So they now haYe th.a tradenar7. of ''teacher s . "

    Since the dcpnrt~re of ~~e aviation progr am , a net:" eourso in fa:-:: c~chinery and out.omobile : eoai r hns occupied th~ c s~ s:ction o~ the indu~trio.1 nrts buildi - . :-he r.GGt ond h9s been o .-cupi~d duri11g tho school yon r by :,n O."" iation muchnnics course de~i gned ? r it:inrily for hiGh school juniors or.d seniors . !hirty-fi ve stucents corollvd.

    The s~et.e vocQtional leaders h~ve i~ciectcd th~~ ~ho col !GG CC~?~S is : bocO!:li.: tha for e.cV".!nced ocndon-

    1 ~~aininb ir. ~or~h !do.~o . ?os~ mlr ple.ns indic~te th-t eoch nigh 6Chool will or~er tc aom exton~ spccicl shop courses with tr.e o.dvur.c .. d t.:rid.!'lini; re-ser ved i o r c lo.q;e, well - equ!p;:>ed cente r, ~s t~e Col l ege cs:.~~ Cl!Y ba .

  • e.., r...:.n-; el< stu~ nt~ an ;o~tc~ ~cquair.~d .

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    The second ~cjcr event on tho cal~ndar wr.s the Ecllmn:;cn ;iarty held in the Junlcr Colle; e t1u.ditoriur.i, October 30 . An orgJlbo Ono oi' the mo:it ::iucocHisful ttothering1

    ar.d bl eek 'th .. ra lfU.3 c.rrS.j "' by tht W"S o hauso pa.r ty nnd p icnlc at Mr1. dee oration co::::ni, composed o!"' OeDe - Gridley Is on Htty 6 and 7 . Hi kl~. boat-Mc!.!il l &n, Relph Dulin, 1.!elis:.o Prosser, ing c.nd dMcinG providnd ontorttinment Phyllis Hii;gl:r.s, Clara ?oinwer, ~d for the :itudcnts ~d thoir Nnvnl cueata, OeLoris He.Mor. . Ji. black a:itl orange aellim.g while sa:10 c f the hcrdier soula ventured corn stalk:; c.nd be.l~s o~ hay produced L"l into tho icy cl11tchos of Lnko Coeur d eerie effect, truly i:i keepi~ \Tith the Aleno . The bouutiful sprin:; moon found H&l loween spirit. Severd sc.ilors t.ed the men "ccmfortcbly" r upot'l ln5 on the fro::i the u.s.o. halc~d cor..sume th - cream rocks of Silv"'r Dc.nch Vlh1.le tho WODell puffs , coke imd pickles, end contributed wero doir>e their best to olumbor through to the evening::; !'un. {. otc : ?;'ino bt.les the inhuman crW'lch of numoroua appl11 of h!:y were up via the fire b"'in;; conswed b:,r DeLor is Hanaoh . After escop.!--make ye ~r :-wn conclusions 1) a rci;ul ~tion throe hc.ur a , inte rrupted b)'

    Turkey imd sll the ~in:::lin~s . ~ervcd ct Mrs . Gridluy's ho:;re consti-c:.it1::d Thnnksgiving per~/ on Noveober 21 .

    Christrncs til:ie found the eolle&e students o.t the hor.e of the Christianson~ for th~ traditions! Christl:les celebretio~ The food committee COLsisted of U~lissc

    Prosser and Clar~ Pointner . "mazing cs it ncy sounl, dishes were done by Pr~& Le-e und Deon Christic;nson.

    $~ of the other 9Vents Of the y~ar inclu:Ld Q tht..ctcr pe.rty to 5pd:cr.. to me

    t~.s natine.;:; -:>c.rfornr.nco of "Tho OO\.lf'h Gf r ls " held : t 'the Fox th& 1 os t ~!' Octol::E~ n 1fo,, Year 1 s formal dnnco i.n th~ eudi-toriwn which followed a T.intt,~green theoe , e heyride on Februcry 16 that emdi"d t".t !!r s . GridlE:y 1 s f'or refreshr.en"";s ru:d de.ncin;;, an fun session et t.i-\,. ho;n.c, of Mr . c.nd l!rs. O. E. Lee in~arch A going cwr.y pcr ty ~...s held for ~'.r .

    the cea.scloss screuchin~ of n cuckoo clock, the thron~ eroei b r ii;ht, shining, end r~venously hun~ry, reedy to cons\111 the hu:;e brcnkfrst pnpc r t:d by Vininia Ford, DcLorls Hanson, Claro Pointn~r, ud Mrs . i;ridley . Followin: en c.r.tive day, the tired but contented 11 ttle party s tag ger"d ho:r.e to collup1r;; in the tir1t conver.ient spct.


    Uond'-y,. Ui~y 15, the r.nnunl boat trip to Er ston wrs m!'dc vii. th s tud enta end f~cul t"J vth.C' enjc:yr,d ".n ott6rnoon tf

    ~cn'!s c.nd swiJ::mlin;; . A picnic supper ,,., held on the bcoch cornnlctc with the "tru'! " toles furnish!.d by Pres idont Lee.

    The hst event of th-, yenr was the trcditic.nal fo?'T.Wl &r~dU'tir.n cinner d the h ct: of Dr . Md !~s . O;:;,. Uay lk Dc.ncin~ vrc.s -:njC'.f

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    S UJ'/J1'vl f\ SESS JO fJ Bocau!ie of tho cor:tinuous ee::i~"lci or.

    the port of bus!neaS?:le~ fo r trci~dc ~ecrctarisl help, the Junior College ~h~s sum.m:.r is p. ;r.i.~s a six- weeks 1 s~e :ae saion froc J~ne 5 to July 14. Class~s will bo held in the ~ornincs fro~ a un-til noon, with apucie.l night cours~n o:i Tuesday nnd Thursday e v\..ning3 f r o:n 7 to 9 o'clock.

    Pr - or. r oll:nc.nt prospects look VJSry good . :: ~ro will bo se~1eral r egular

    st~e ?: ::: who wil 1 continue thoi r studies and r;.,.n.; Ii vy vrlvco will "tuke o.d1a.r.t!lgc.. of' tn opportunity to g t speciuL :: .. d t: h1inG in sho r thund , typ ,;-ri tin&, cx:dc-kecping nnd offico mncnin

    H!gh cchool c~nior3 ~ith :;o~:sfactor~ rccor do wi ll also ~e rer~~tt.ed to atte~d thiD specinl rJmn-r ~r-~~ n .

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