Ambassador College - Envoy Yearbook (Big Sandy, TX)

 - Class of 1961

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To the right is an interior view of the "dubbing roomv where multiple magnetic tape reproductions are transcribed of each broadcast. These tapes are sent to all corners of the earth and become the "World Tomorrowu broadcast in your area. ...J Q, "VI bhp! W Q M, gt EA burgeoning giant in the radio field, the WORLD TO- MORROW program haslbecome the largest user of radio power ion earth today. Beginning in 1934, broadcasting over tiny 100-watt station in Eugene, Oregon, the program has siiyrocketed' to world-wide scope and stature. The original, uncorrupted, message of Jesus Christ is now boomed to all the earth by over thirteen million watts of radio power weekly over more than one hundred stations in eighteen nations in English, Spanish, German, Russian, French, and soon in Jap- anese, Portuguese and other languages. The mission is being accomplished. l A hard working, well trained corps of news analysts keepsits fingers on the news pulse of the world. This skilled .unit sup- plies broadcasters and writers with the very latest world picture and changing trends. The never ending clack-clackingof the U. P. I. teletype machine keeps our News Bureau in direct communication with the earth's major news centers. W' W if n ,amiga PR ,sig ' 555 weiino. 1 sxvl 1 'Iv 'W fn 334 + H..-ff 4 if 2' Q WK-M WW ,151 QL, K f ' an 11, ' . ' , , viva., .ff .,, R f 'mu vm. ..,. in 2 ,f- 2, M Q f as 1 - x ' 1 A '- 'Wk 'f 3. 5 Q , 1 M' Q .,.mw ' :QW 1 W M" far-wed:-ff?f'i",1 . ,,. Q " K- , pycyrrpp y 5v1mf1eZZmf4 A dedicated staff of fourteen highly trained ministers and ad- vanced students is devoted to helping you find scriptural answers to the many personal problems and questions not solved or an- swered by any other means. Each letter receives personal attention and is the equivalent of a private consultation. Twenty typists are required to type the letters these men dictate. The most modern dic- tatiig machines and electric typewriters speed up this most important wor . ip' .L.-- 0 Nimble fingered typists work diligently to keep up with the thousands of daily requests for literature. Thirty girl students type out addresses to keep us current with this flood of requests. No small cog in our work, the Mailing Depart- ment addressed and sent, this past year, 5,265,000 pieces of literature apart from regular, monthly publications. J' ,. i 3 i -3 'L .4,io' zz-15? J., A me . 2, ,A Manager of the Mallmg Shi N ww S .f N 1 1 I . M. 'Aw H My fi Ai fx T' ' rjkfy. I8 1 4 'Q 5 ,. 'R i ' 1 fi. n Spa 'jx ui -, If EG An hour of study? A chance meeting? A few minutes quiet conversation? All these situations and others are provided to the Ambassador College student by the Library and its surroundings. -.I SA .QM ADMINISTRATICDN AND FACULTY :rr A world of knowledge lies at our fin- gertips. Competent leadership in the ac- quisition and use of that knowledge is a factor of utmost importance. "Whoso loveth instruction loveth knowledge." President ond Mrs. Armstrong HERBERT W. ARMSTRONG Founder and President of Ambassador College, Chairman of the Board of Trus- tees, Professor of Theology and related subjects, Editor of The PLAIN TRUTH and The Good News Magazines and The Ambassador College Bible Correspond- ence Course. LOMA D. ARMSTRONG Guidance Counselor of Women and Member of the Board of Trustees. -:I GARNER TED ARMSTRONG Vice-Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Vice-President of Ambassador College, Co-Pastor of The World Tomorrow Broadcast, Professor of Theology arid Journalism, Executive Editor of The Plain Truth and The Good News. DR. HAL B. LISMAN Optometrist, Member of the Board of Trustees. BASIL WOLVERTON Artist, Author of "The Bible Story" published serially in The Plain Truth, Member of the Board of Trustees. DR. C. PAUL MEREDITH Secretary-Treasurer of the Board of Trustees, Director of The Ambassador College Bible Correspondence Course. 4'-'Ss A HERMAN L. HOEH Dean of Instruction, Professor of History, Associate Professor of The- ology, Managing Editor of The Plain Truth and The Good News, German Club Sponsor. Pastor of the Fresno Church. as P lr Jr' ll IL 3 T-Tr-P Acoclemic Administration Wu.- 42:1- KENNETH C. HERRMANN Registrar, Instructor in Sci- ence, German and Journalism. Envoy Advisor. JACK R. ELLIOTT Dean of Students, Professor of Mathematics, Instructor in Psychol' ogy, Director of Guidance and Test- ing, Director of Construction and Maintenance, Ambassador Club Co- ordinator. RODERICK C. MEREDITH Guidance Counselor of Men, Profes- sor of speech, Associate Professor of Theology, Associate Editor of The Plain Truth and The Good News. Sec- ond Vice-President of Radio Church of God, Pastor of the San Diego Church. LUCY H. MARTIN Dean of Women, Professor of Music and Literature, Director of the Music Department, Librarian. kk 4l"""' STANLEY RADER, C.P.A. Auditor and Financial Advisor. VERN R. MATTSON Controller and Manager of the Business Department. fs KAREN ARMSTRONG Receptionist at the Administration Building. GENE MICHEL Director of the Student Loan Fund Head of Accounting Department. KEMMER PFUND Accountant in Payroll Department JESSIE EMMETT Secretary to the Controller , A. . . 2 DR. IWAN CZORNYJ 1959-Professor of Russian Lan- ua e and Literature. Russian Club g g Sponsor. QV'--uv DIBAR K. APARTIAN 1955 - Professor of French, In- structor in Typing and Etymology, French Club Sponsor, Speaker for "Le Jllonde Demainf' or The World Tomorrow Program in French. CHARLES V. DOROTHY 1958 - Instructor in Theology, Greek, International Relations. Spanish Club Sponsor. Pastor of the Redlands and Temple City Churches. LEON ETTINGER 1949-Professor of Music, Chair- man of Voice Department, Direc- tor of the Ambassador Chorale. DAVID J. HILL 1960 - Associate Professor of Theology, Instructor in Journalism Spanish and Speech. Portfolio Ad- visor. NOUVART C. ETTINGER 1949 - Assistant Voice Teacher and Coach. ERHARD KLAMMER 1959-Associate Professor of Ger- man, Speaker for "Die Welt von Morgen," the German version of The World Tomorrow Program. LYNN E. TORRANCE 1955-Professor of English, In- structor in Typing. FLOYD O. LOCHNER l957-Director of Physical Edu- cation, Professor of Teacher Educa- tion, Superintendent of Imperial Schools. DR. FRANK E. ROARK 1959 - College Physician, Lec- turer on Anatomy and Physiology. CAMILLE MARCAN Faculty 1954-Instructor in Violin HAROLD J. REED 1958-Instructor in Voice. RUSSELL A. REINER 1958 - Director of Ambassador Orchestra. BERNELL MICHEL 1959 - Assistant Director of Physical Education. 4-X. 51554 ALBERT J. PORTUNE 'PVK 1960 - Associate Professor of Theology, Instructor in Speech. Personal Assistant to Vice-Presi- dent. DOROTHY WILLIAMS 1954--Accompanist for the Vo- cal Department and Chorale. DONALD G. WOFFORD 1960-Instructor in Spanish. MARJORIE HUGHES 1960-Instructor in Literature L. LEROY NEFF 1960-Instructor in Speech, Co- ordinator of local Visiting Program, Manager of the Mail Receiving De- partment, Selective Service Con- sultant. CW VELMA VAN DER VEER 1953-Instructor in Home Eco nomics, Sewing Counselor. A !CQ f ,Q X 5' 0 Nr K . K x : ' ' 'n I XX . - N I E- 1 I l t Z. WALTER K. WESBROOK 'K 1952 - Instructor in Tennis, If Track and Physical Education. X 1 WILLIAM HOMBERGER Custodian of Buildings JAMES A. GOTT Director of Printing Administrative Aides ANNIE M. MANN Hostess in charge of Mayfair GRAHAM DAVIES Instructor in Portuguese. WILLIS J. BICKET Instructor in Biological Science. Faculty Aides ROBERT E. NEITSCH Associate Instructor in German MICHAEL P. GERMANO Associate Instructor in Teacher Education and- Swimming. AMBASSADOR'S lax -'fire-, g, El at .,,Z . ,I .2 5 S A OUTH ORANGE GROVE .. ..Q- S s ra 6 W ca L W E' 0. 4' D: H? 91 U2 i rr: , s. 5 A-2 5 cs Q wiv Q MANOR DEL MAR CQ? C fi Jil TERR ACE DRIVE Vigorous Activity! . 'd all around the campus everyone IS ardening, con- Outside, insi e, industrious. Office work, painting, g struction-these keep students hard at work. Purpose- ful classes-Bible, speech, languages, journalism, in- spire students to be academically alert. Tennis, track, volleyball, handball, provide physical recreation-a vital part of college life. Below you are thirty magnificent acres with the original two and a quarter acre purchase outlined in white. Carpet like lawns, a swiftly flowing stream, tall majestic trees make Ambassador stand out as a jewel in the South Orange Grove Avenue residential district CASA LOMA AD MINISTRATION BUILDING LIBRARY K sei-'Mai 421, V-.fn ..sL, . ..,. 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'lf ,LS i .LM-, .QW-Vf.LL..,,,fL ,MQ .e..f!!EEn.3s.m -,smiles ::..1f...,:::.'m1LL-V .-'V.g:w:z. "mg-VVV..VLr.ff.L VVV- ?4+sx..ee:m'.ff35ak L L ' ' ' .' ' V V L 1 - L .L V 3 L ' L - - f V - -- V' ,ymmghw Qs'-'-'- mm From left in clockwise fashion: Charles Hunting, Student Body Presidentg Richard Plache, Senior Class Presidentg David Mills, Junior Class Presidentg Howard Clark, Sophomore Class Presidentg Bill Swanson, Freshman Class Presidentg Beverly Baird, Women's Representativeg Estelle Thurman, Women's Representativeg Ivy Edelbach, Women's Representative: Donna Fink, Secretaryg Carl McNair, Student Body Vice-President. Guidance, insight and wise counsel are the necessary requirements for this unique group of students. From these weekly meetings come ideas, suggestions and decisions, which reflect a sincere interest in the student body and its welfare. ,ul ! ga , IJ! N Pkg ,,,..-v- 3 Z' 2' CLASS CDF 1961 N X . xy m i l V 44' A graduate steps forth to meet the World. Is he prepared with the answers or the means to find them? What chal- lenges lie ahead? What rewards? MAURICE LEROY HERSHBERGER Dover, Delaware Classical H. S., Springfield, Mass. Ambassador Dance Band . . . En- voy Staff '59 and '60 . . . Chorale and Orchestra . . . German Club . . . Social Activities Committee . . Student Resident Monitor . . . Bad- minton, First Place . . . Film Pro- duction Studio . . . Hobbies-Art and Cooking. 'J lu c' fa 5 t .4 X ...W g , ing. KELLY HUGH BARFIELD Logansport, Louislkzna Logansport High School Portfolio, Assistant Editor . . . Spanish Club . . . Social Activities Committee . . . Student Resident Monitor . . . Baptizing Tour . . . Mail Receiving Department . . . Hobbies-Operating Snack Bar and Hiking. VERNON HARGROVE Weinert, Texas Weinert Rural High School Student Council '58 . . . Envoy Staff '60 . . . Spanish Club, Presi- dent . . . Student Resident Moni- tor . . . Mail Receiving Department . . . Hobbies-Basketball and Hunt- KWW ff CHARLES F. HUNTING Los Angeles, California University of California Student Council, President . . . Portfolio . . . Ambassador Club, President . . . Co-Worker Depart- ment . . . Tennis, First Place, Sin- gles and Doubles . . . Ordained Minister. MERLE BOYES M eaford, Ontario, Canada Meaford District High School Portfolio . . . French Club . . . Mail Receiving Department . . . Hobbies--Letter Writing and Folk Dancing. K I i f fp is 'N ' S1 2 , lin? Q W -K . . . , -. , ' ' 'eff WILBUR A. BERG Jackson, Michigan Yale University Ambassador Club Vice-President, Executive Assistant . . . Hobbies - Tennis and Music. MICHAEL PERRY GERMANO Granville, Illinois University of Illinois Teacher of Science at Imperial School . . . Associate Instructor at Ambassador College. R MARIE COVERDELL DOCKEN Los Angeles, California L.A. County General Hosp. School of Nursing Teacher at Imperial School . . . Running, First place . . . Registered Nurse on College Staff, School and Festival Time. 43 f"w 41 dx x., 5 A X ,fx 'O XX Lk. af" Lnxfy VV' KV f, df' is I 5-,lisfyxf lkwmf s-lndfx 1 ' np 'N Jw it ZA M"i -if 1 A A we 'I X4 '5Qf1gi' 'Xia ff, f, -wg W W Haw., FIM! tax 'NN :Al gsm 5 C , w .A A " LUN: , 7 L f"rN ' C J' 'We Q-f . xx Y D XS 9' lui' Qi ul x 4 at 'I " "C'Qj-fvis-'nga ,1.,,W,. lm 1- M W - W J-V haf! JAMES F. KUNZ Dayton, Oregon University of Washington Ambassador Club, President . . . Teacher at Imperial School . . . Visiting Program . . . Letter An' swering Department . . . Tennis, First Place, Doubles . . . Ordained Minister. EDWARD C. A. KLEIER Monroe, Wisconsin Albany High School Ambassador Club, Secretary . . . Envoy Staff '58 . . . Portfolio . . . German Club . . . Social Activities Committee . . . Assembly Commit- tee . . . Correspondence Course De- partment. CLARENCE O. HUSE Oshkosh, Wisconsin Oshkosh High School Envoy Staff '60, Editor-in-Chief Spanish Club . . . Social Activities Committee . . . Baptizing Tour . . . Letter Answering Department . . . Hobbies--Gardening and Cooking. 1 WMWMMQQ W if LESLIE L. MCCULLOUGH Portland, Oregon Hillsboro Union High School Portfolio, Assistant Editor . . . Spanish Club . . . Ambassador Club, President . . . Tennis, First Place Doubles . . . Correspondence Course De artment . . . News Gath- P ering Agency. CARL E. McNAIR Camp, Arkansas Salem High School Student Council . . . Chorale . . . 'W bf A a M DONNA L, FIN K Delmont, South Dakota Southern State Teachers College Student Council . . . Envoy Staff '59 . . . Chorale and Octet . . . Ger- man Club and Department Secre- tary . . . Women's Club, Treasurer . . . Student Resident Monitor . . . Hobbies-Philately and Singing. i 4-Ll? Portfolio . . . French Club . . . Ambassador Club, Vice-President . . . 220 Relay, First Place . . . Bap- tizing Tour . . . Letter Answering Department . . . Hobbies-Hunt ing and Swimming. ROBERT MACDONALD III Lewiston, New York Carnegie Institute of Technology Envoy Staff '60 and '61 . . . Ger- man Club . . . French Club . . . Darkroom Manager . . . Hobbies- Folk and Square Dancing and Rock Collecting. 45 . , if f' if I 45? A7 f . , inn ' ff 1 27' Zag? ,- Uni lglyk Ill I -'11 . 2.1 ' 'Z '! f f - flies C-WAN, A 'V ' yy SI X Iyvhq ,U,,.f.,Fs- . ir-, P . .,, e fab. ' :gl it fwfaifffzne Q . ,5 wi, - ,"g1Fy,,"Q Jn v , M f iifec 5 ' if isdn. 'wwf M1 cf .i A -3 'ii A sz- iw 1-wr H M . . 2 ww! G' r' 5 v Mriig, Ryu , , ,f M My q . f .gwlflg-'fx ,K-vfMLi,!,i, , k 5,12 by D ' X 6 -X 'luffi ' 'rfrhlzph I J" S ua MORGAN L. OLSEN Pequaming, Michigan L'anse High School Chorale and Octet . . . Orchestra . . . Envoy Staff '58 . . . French Club . . . Social Activities Com- mittee . . . Mailing Department . . . ROBERT EDWARD NEITSCH Vernon, B.C., Canada University of British Columbia German Club, President . . . As sociate Instructor in German . . Hobbies-Swimming and Photogra- phy- PAUL E. PETRANEK Milwaukee, Wisconsin Marquette University Portfolio . . . Spanish Club . . Mail Receiving Department Hobbies-Boating and Writing. RICHARD R. PINELLI Chicago, Illinois Lindblom High School Spanish Club . . . Social Activities Committee . . . Baptizing Tour . . . 440 Relay. First Place . . . Mail Reading Department . . . Letter Answering Department . . . Hobbies -Reading and Cooking. CARROL E. MILLER Osmond, Nebraska Wayne State Teachers College Spanish Club . . . Mail Receiving Department . . . Letter Answering Department. X x X Q I! w A iii? 'I E x X M ' CARL B. O'BEIRN Dubuque, Iowa Iowa State College French Club . . . Baptizing Tour . . . Imperial School Teacher . . . Hobbies-Reading and Printing. I' PHYLLIS H. KNAPP Lamar, Missouri Southwest Missouri State Library Assistant . . . Mother of three Imperial School students . . . Hobbies-Sewing and Gardening. 47 165 af FRANK SIMPKINS, JR. Chillicothe, Missouri Neosho High School Ambassador Club, President . . . Spanish Club . . . Baptizing Tour in 48 . Letter Answering Department . Visiting Program . . . Hobbies Mechanical Work and Sightsee- g. JAMES WELLS London, England Chelsea Polytechnic Chorale . . . French Club . . . Stu- dent Resident Monitor . . . Baptiz- ing Tour . . . Foreign Office . . . Letter Answering Department . . . Hobbies-Photography and Music. W lf? . ah' ' PW il 5 'L' 'lin - X 1 ' C 'A r rrif ,Xf?'QtYt,iI'sff ft -i .X MF 'VXGCN 44, 3 I egg? . X P 51' K' 7 Q .fr ,X of W fl A f , W W. , Ei I Wi if ly!! WI X . ol ' I ,, W --- -Ms - ' .-A , rl ,1.1g.'qz1, IMA , xlw! X- 1 JAMES DAVID ROUSH A -- ' ' Jlf Basin, Wyoming University of Wyoming I .ai Social Activities Committee . . . , Li, 'll German Club . . . Spanish Club , . . , Imperial School Teacher . . . Mail J Receiving Department . . . Hob- I ri- -+- bies-Basketball and Reading, 7 M ROY SCHULZ Random Lake, Wisconsin University of Wisconsin Imperial School Teacher . . . Hob- bies-Collecting action photographs and Sports. xi A' rl "' .. 'M RICHARD H. SEDLIACIK Chicago, Illinois Austin High School Student Council '56 and '57 . . . Chorale . . . Portfolio . . . Spanish Club . . Baptizing Tour . . . Let- ter Answering Department . . . Cor- respondence Course Department . . . Hobbies - Photography and Phil- ately. ref-L a X.. my V W ESTELLE THURMAN Cloudy, Oklahoma Rattan High School Student Council . . . Envoy Staff . . . Spanish Club . . . Women's Club, Secretary . . . Social Activi- ties Committee . . . Student Resi- dent Monitor . . . Assistant Libra- rian . . . Hobbies - Sewing and Swimming. RICHARD F. PLACHE Springfield, Illinois Aurora College, Illinois Student Council . . . Chora le, Pres- ident . . . Ambassador Club, Presi- dent . . . Ambassador Octet . . . Baptizing Tour . . . Letter An- swering Department. R JOSEPH KIRK SEAB, JR Baton Rouge, Louisiana Mars Hill College Orchestra . . . German Club Filing Department . . . Ambassador Dance Band . . . Electrician Hobbies-Piano and Guitar. P -7 if ,.f. as 0 Z M14 f NX 41 ZW f. 4 ,ATHU an N Ewzj' I ,Iii " QA". I Q X V Q I we H If 'w wg xA ,. in if www n fm Yr My K Sf .1 qqyq, W . M . ,., ...A 4. z K Q K 5 ,, ,vm I 1+ X, -V ww .ii 1 ly. . f '. uve, ali' kv wi-, ,A A Wy- W we V? .. Q 9' 'ev avg Q ' M .f ,4 gf 5 " 1 -f nf-'QW' 'T' w Q "' W' fm, 'f -, f 3 Vg .5 gud' -A. ' ig ,f ,K , '4' W """1, 4 ,I .aff A f gi 1 ,lg M ' f of , A X, A , 4M,., , 1:-W 5, " I , 1' 'f ' ,Q if 1fA ' I ' -v , mv' , A" 5 ,Q-J' ,H , .J 0 4' N fl.. 4' 'A A' 'ff n 5? f . " if-," 15 N 4' 1 'A ,, .abr C1 ,,. . k . .fr .al . ,BX Wil 'i - . 4 il df 5 'A.' . 2, M., W f, :ff E as 5 9 , , Q ,,. . , 'uf X ,lg ii ? "fix ,a E 4 H , . rr.- v., ,f , H, HT' K 139, IK Ns .Y This Is Not The End But a Beginning . . ." Sober faces reflect the serious tone of the President's com- mencement address asfMr.Arnr strong pictures the formid- abletasks thatlie ahead N1 is J My hw Q fi' . W . af' srri ' Z1 4 'M I.. ,,,l Q,,... . 5 fffz -. a I 1 Q ik 'Pi an W mf . 5: 'W' 4: X1 'I , ,W . , , ,A+ 5,5 als 1 v + VG' ' . .K f J Q? xl! Jig! V .1 Q' "AA V WIN' my I: T M-I .-L,-5. f ,, Ai M. A 3? 5 , , .,-X, 1 4? ' 'HE Q Jifsw 1,4 ' "YL-' ,31 i?A5if WJSQKE Qf wk fn" A-gt Q. "Q 4. ' -135 RONALD DART RAY FISK LAWRENCE MUMME DIRK HUDSON CHARLES R. BLACK KENNETH E. Letter Answering Dept. Construction 8a Mail Reading Dept. Berkeley, Calif. Imperial School REGISTER Maintenance Dept- Gladewater, Texas Asst. Office Manager '--11' ARLEN SHELTON French Department 4 f Fw iw ,,b,,i 1. DONNA D, CARTER BILL McDOW'ELL JANETTE ELAINE IBM Department Minister SMITH - Corpus Christi 8: I..A.D. Typist San Antonio , Texas WILLIAM M. MYERS T.V. Production Dept. KENNETH R. MOWAT T.V. Production Dept. 'dvi-iam' 3 . ARTHUR A. KIRISHIAN Imperial School -bw...p- FLORENCE ANN WATSON Ministerial Secretary JOHN DAVID HAMMER Minister Sydney, Australia MARJORIE L. HUGHES English Dept. Sz Imperial School iigfx , X Gi , F 11 gtg f pq 4 ig-C 4. .. .4 F? fs '95 R1 v S , Hia' ' L Ng f :' we Q . N? new 15, ff.- . tux, Rx rein 5 ,pv- ,. 5 mf ff' 5 4 A 2' er X' ' ' W 5 W4-1 il X I W. 1 3 With the help of an Al- mighty God we shall suc- ceed. ,Ney 5' ir' Faculty leads way in Re- cessional March. 40" -QSM O .1 A faithful but outgrown system-Each of these cases' contains seventy- seven trays of thin embossed metal name plates for printing the names and addresses directly on the Plain Truth. A new electronic system is gradually taking over the entire task of filing and addressing the magazines and bulle- tins. ' - JUNICDRS XY fi Y-XXX NXWN fs IC.-J 'Q' f at jig? 'Z - . i Ai D 41 Each step upward brings only an- other step. An overall View of this World and its problems is the reward for diligent study and effort. LELAND RAMON BONNETT Eureka, Kansas Wichita University PAUL HOWARD ALEXANDER Columbus, Mississippi East Miss. JI. College , Fresno, California -R! -A Fresno City College Q 6 'f I 2, yi! L Xl! f N N gt:-,V 1-'EQI 5 Q. ix -gi-Vx S S'-K J.. 2 rex! re cF cc Arif- - I-it -iig:?'xi .A - MELBA ANN FLATT LOWELL BLACKWELL Cookeville, Tennessee Waynesville, Missouri Cookeville Central H. S. Kilgore H. S. DUANE COOPER Decatur, Illinois Decatur H. S. Juniors X f. x HOWARD SHERMAN COLBY Cicero, Illinois S. Dak. School of Mines GARY EDWARD ANTION Bridgeville, Pa. Washington Sz Jefferson College ROGER G. CLARK North East, Pa. DeVry Tech. of Chicago in LAURIE ABRAHAM Glendale, Calif. Pasadena Imperial H. S. if of :MN T53 LEROY W. COLE Jeferson, Oregon Albany Union H. S. WILLIS JOHN QJACKJ BICKET Zion, Illinois Univ. of Illinois 61 75" f A BILL EASTBURN FRANKIE HORNE Austin, Texas Memphis, Tenn. Univ. of Texas Treadwell H. S. ARTHUR R. CRAIG Nesbit, Mississippi Univ. of Mississippi RON GOODWIN CLARENCE T. GOULD, JR. Alton, Illinois Casper, Wyoming Alton H. S. Harvard G. S. of Bus. Adm. JOSEPH M. DAVIS, JR Marion, South Carolina Univ. of South Carolina 'IESYHL 1'-2 gas,-. . x 1 RAYMOND C. DICK Caldwell, Idaho Dallas H. S. VINITA HAYES Shattuck, Okla. Beaver H. S. MARLYS D. JANTZ Orangevale, Calif. San Juan H. S. ROBERT E. GENTET Wathena, Kansas Wichita H. S. East WILLIAM H. ELLIS Chicago, Illinois Wilbur Wright C. C. ARTHUR W. DOCKEN Minneapolis, Minn. Univ. of Minnesota CARSON GRABBE PAUL KROLL Silverton, Texas New York, New York Silverton H. S. Alfred University gf 0 C Ch I X H I2 , 10 2 1 ,,' 17 5 5 0' O ELLEN LINGO JAMES L. HAMMONS Kennett, Missouri New Cambria, Missouri Washington University Keytesville H. S. JERRY S. HORTON Wichita Falls, Texas Pasadena Imperial H. S. ALLEN M. GOYETTE San Antonio, Texas San Antonio College Juniors CONRAY L. JENNINGS Oneonta, Alabama Susan Moore H. S. LOYD W. HOHERTZ San Angelo, Texas Wall H. S. aiaaa. . aaal a NANCY MAE KISER JOHN ROBERT HAWKINS Chehalis, Washington Lafayette, Indiana Boistfort School Purdue University 6 o 0 0 0 0 O lb A . Q O ' "AA o O S A O 0 x Q? X s V ' s l 1 1 X . K N . X l R , ,. X -. A -'-- ROBERT C, JOHANNESON ERHARD KLAMMER Mitchell, South Dakota East Germany American Correspondence School Wilbur Cross H. S.. Conn, LYNN MARTIN Lenoxville, Pennsylvania Mountain View Joint School JQANNE PFUND Portland, Oregon Pasadena Imperial H. S. DENNIS PEBWORTH Dodge City, Kansas Dodge City H. S. RAY ROBERTSON Pisgah, Alabama JAMES LICHTENSTEIN Pisgah H- S- Gary, I ndiana CHARLES A. ROEMER DePauw UI1iVGfSitY Red River, New Mexico Raton H. S. il I li 'fl M iv 'Srl 5 .ml 3, il DARLYNE LONGWILL Middleton, Idaho DONALD D. SCHROEDER Idaho State College Crystal Lake, Illinois Crystal Lake H. S. Q RONALD C. MILLER Larned, Kansas Friends University CHARLES SHERWIN MCMICHAEL Los Angeles, California 32111121 H- S., Kansas MARGARET LYNN MCGILL Oakdale, Pennsylvania Wooster College DAVE MILLS Wallace, North Carolina Wallace-Rose Hill H. S. Junior Class President RALPH W. WARD Rosholt, South Dakota Custer H. S., S. D. DEAN R. WILSON Osceola, Iowa Gresham Union H. S. x:gti,T,-2,6 VE Il ... ROBERT FRANK STEEP ROWLEN TUCKER Milzuaukee, Wisconsin Chicago, Illinois Custer H. S. Carl Schurz H. S. WILLIAM D. WINNER Frostburg, Maryland Beall H. S. HAZEL MARIA THURMAN Rattan, Oklahoma Rattan H. S. Juniors BILLIE KAY STUART Branson, Missouri Pasadena Imperial H. S. EUGENE MORRIS WALTER Yale, South Dakota Huron College DARRYL LEE VETTER Kansas City, Illissouri LEONARD SMITH Northeast H- S- Keenes, Illinois Webber Township H. S. Q A 'fffafng If I I I fx ...Aa-:fp-15151, sa I 1 fl.:l,,-s -J: nlrgbllll' ' .,. J Q' ,, ,z . . lt ""g.f 'H' Qislilxfi Hi I-"2 p'.'fr I 'Ralf ' f1x,'-' 3 Ll Tl 703- ff 1 'f . if , I I - Q It X!-. ,.: ' lg, ,- ' 'R' U441- I 6 -f, --auf- .1 CLAYTON DALE STEEP MARY ANN WILLIAMS Milwaukee, Wisconsin B18 Sandy, Texas Univ. of Wisconsin Gladewater Imperial H. S. 9 'iffji flj ,' . s.A. A -QQ, 4 L w u ni: W Lg,-,F 55 . g.,,,5 f P im ' r - - ' , Electronic eyes "read" your address from a per- forated card and transcribe it to a moving tape to I be applied automatically to your copy of the Plain A Truth as is being done by this machine. r 70 i I " no - IW In A DAY ON THE CAMPUS rain. u,. . . A I , ' 'F-.z','2g'l,'-ff"'vf 2 ff . . I. n?"a,:,o. 'u ,r ', ' ' ' 1 r ll , . 4 1 9 u 9 s H 0 'u H ' Q p ,n ',k.ul. nun... :...'.A'oe 1 , 1 9 a,,: ' a f, ' o I ' , a ' u I n 0 1 . ,., 'JP' -- --H - s.ff,:-:-my-.,f, U O ' ' "- -"9 '. pr ' . 0 s n - ,"..-TT dgeiojo: . oln..v gs . 0 ' . " n I . - v g , n n I I . ll' 0 I . S l ' I I I . 'WV l .i 'ii I ' i I lv ' 1 U A inviting scenefWhaf could he more rei- n freshing than a dip 1nto thlS magmiicent poo The far end opens into a sunlit patio protected ' h b a green carpeted from w1nds and weat er y embankment. H Wigiiifff: ' oss .Qi i I .,v- I 71 W ake up Fr? 1' and Q . uf . Mo ' I-asses await yournmg Gxercige tQ Cm Early ,ia J .J Mr. Dorothy hOldS . . ' fons dass. evervonds attentxon m an lnternatxonzd Rela 1 W, in Sic: rt F? PIP!! f-hx . Wi: Above: VVilling hands create an ever more beautiful campus, Many Ambassador stu- dents keep fit working in the gardening and maintenance crews. Illiddle: We all have to eat. The girls may find employment opportunities preparing deliciously healthful meals in our new, modern kitchen. Right: An appreciative audience always enjoys the annual Fashion Show in which the young ladies of the Home Economics Department model apparel they have made. 2 1 1 13. 73 an 4 lg is 132021 zaszszm - ---s . mmmm, k me-an-assi The student body gives its undivided attention to a description of the college in England by Mr. Meredith. These student faculty meetings provide stimulated hours of instruction, entertainment and discussion. lf' '-..- fumm l Individual students and choral groups receive quality instruction from our Music Department. Mayfair's spacious lawn affords a pleasant setting for lunch for these students on the construction crew. Kings never ate in such pleasant surroundings. Just ask these men. Good news reporting is rare. Hours of strategy and planning go into each issue. Creative thinking combined with labor produces the Portfolio. 'ft 2 if , ' , 5 Q 0 6, ' 4551515 x " I4 scoops the news 75 Evening A day of work and study may be fol- lowed by Ambassador Club pictured here. "What about this subject?" Members are asked to speak extem- poraneously, thinking on their feet, answering pop questions, thus develop- ing original thought and a lively, in- teresting personality. Six minutes is the time limit on for- mal speeches and an evaluator is tak- ing notes from the second the speaker stands up until he sits down. He is an improved speaker the next time. "As iron sharpens iron-so one man sharpens anotherf' wff' x Jr fx Wi-3,-. ff yi as E- i 1 , , 5.-'v hs, Q -f snug, . ,,..,,, V' 1 L 1, X V " '-TQ " ff r Azeri' Engagements li1l"" nf A fake S'Mexican Revolution" is taken with good humor by the Spanish Club. i Handel's musical production "The Messiah" pre- sented by the Ambassador Chorale is an evening to he remembered. 1 W 5 st fA e I v? if .4 if ,Q lf' as , n ,,., n H w 3 i , , E' ' 'WC ., 1 A new ' fv W ifi in is is .,. , 1 1 A c r f s j r ., ,,.,,2. L, . ,W ...,. T . . . .. - Qiruew - r A X - , The Spring Concert of the Ambassador College Orchestra conducted by Mr. Russel Reiner. The precision and skill of the musicians was a delight to all who were present. The soda fountain and a Ffrench- type Cafe are always a dellghtful intermission from studies. C A. sw ff A f fix lx -ff, is A! , A ' 1' - 9 flf' . rfqap hn ,- ff aff N 5' ff f NK '- x .1 -1 x 0 l,a,r oy L fl O at , Q .' X 34, 'tail' m.,',r EQ XX? 1 iN ,f I Lisa? l' A , Qs' Q Q 'Qi- 61 0 , ,gl 'V X ,gs-f' 44' Next time A day in the great outdoors filled with fun, sun, and excite- ment. Barton Flats in the mountains near Redlands, Cali- fornia, provided the setting. Hiking in the snow, treasure hunts and games were whole- some recreation. A delicious outdoor dinner of hamburgers and chili satisfied many an appetite, sharpened by the in- vigorating air of 7,000 feet ele- vation. Returning home all agreed that this trip was a memorable occasion. 80 A Visit to Murinelcmci That first View of the Pacific Ocean for our freshmen-then hours of fascination watching the aquatic life in these huge tanks. Can a porpoise be taught tricks? A whale, a seal? Adventure never ends in our search into the created World. ANNUAL fffmg Qi uf M ill' i 'vf?'?-'XWEA 6 nga -J uk-QJ"J N19 BRUNCH A year of anticipation is cliznaxed with mouth-Watering ice cream, Canta- loupe, and assorted delicacies. Smiling students try to hide forlorn feelings for their departing friends. In- nerrnost feelings of love and concern are avidly penned in one another's yearbook. E5 i' if U it ' il 2 'SPA .. is M H' if if 1. ,t again, , 2 s-ii., SGPHCDMCD RES S t-iz" w'F'gFl7Lfi s.:"' ez: fin ' 4 i ' I X V 'A " ,. - l7!'i'H','Hflif1 1 LAIWMM 'V 'Wigs' Ylj 'IHA X X MIT ' -..' 4 . NS 5 1 'si f 1-"' -r W X in 3 M K M ' l 'li h lux hav If H ' 1, f ' . r n PM X' ' Us . :"', ' ., xg. Qgff-ff? jx. l'.. 1 '-Q-f":. ,. ,lv ,. lg - g lb H4 J -, Iffvl " . x A - . :fn- C45 H41, 3.51 55 un 'S gk JE Q n- 4- 5 ... S .0 ...Q L 5 . 'X X QL .. pw in 41 S "'5 ,sq 41 .-Q 5 1 5 'S Q ug -xg S 5 an i 5 1. '5 -S XQ B ooks are the written record of the " mistakes and successes of our fore- - bearers. "These things . . . are written for our admonition, upon whom the ends of the world are come." A ,i ,Z , 7' . Z .5 , 1' Ag , de x ,..Z Z , i ' ff , '4 ,jxl bfi , 365 '.'- 12741 DAVE ALBERT NORMA VIOLET COWAN HOWARD A. CLARK Wausau, Wisconsin Memphis, Tennessee Pasadena, California Catalina H. S., Tucson, Ariz. Treadwell, H. S. Yale University Sophomore Class President CLEDICE J. DECKER Indiana, Pennsylvania East H. S., Denver, Colo. PHYLLIS YVONNE DEBERRY Osceola, Iowa Stoutland H. S., Missouri WILLIAM FREDERICK DANKENBRING Jacksonville, Florida Shoreline H. S., Seattle, Wash. IVY EDELBACH Puposky, Minnesota American Correspondence Schools JEANNE ANN HALEY Salem, Indiana A Buffalo High School GUY L. AMES Leicester, Vermont ep g ' I JV! .M My Mountain View H. S., Calif, 86 ff ,,,.-,Y f 7 4 2 L :7'x , A, f a ':5l'f.,, ft N 5,,. - - 12: . :- f 1' - 'I . f ' , ,. ,Z-4 '4 4 7 f f ff , . an R , YYX J. GRAHAM DAVIES JANETTE CAROL CARL D. FRANKLIN Sao Paulo, Brazil CUNNINGHAM Lawrence, Michigan Emmanuel Grammar School, Grand Forks, North Dakota Dowagiac High School Wales Thompson High School X sa. 'N is KH' ARLENE E. BUNNELL New York, New York Washington Irving H. S. GARY E. ARVIDSON Warren, Ohio General Motors Institute P WAYNE HOWARD DUNLAP Stockton, California H College of San Mateo MARY MARGARET GUNTER Las Vegas, Nevada Kennewick H. S., Wash. R JANET VINSON BARNETT Searcy, Arkansas Central H. S., Painter, Va. DAVID R. BEDFORD Prestwood, Bucks., Eng. Liss County School 87 . -. -' ' A FREDERICK C. KELLERS V Charleston, South Carolina ,,.s:,, St. Matthews H. S. A I 17. :ff "1 ' BETTY Jo HAYLEY I V Memphis, Tennessee Hugh Morson H. S. 'af ,J"f"lvgu, ,D ' . KH 1 nl wi. f. I ,, mf U 'Allah-'.gl Hgh' ' - QQ., f mf -' K 334, N 'fi 4s g ' '4'.?:5',gl p K ' 'fat Zfvw Q c , , " " , , f ,I p S g xiii ffl' 3 MELVIN RAY OLINGER Vandalia, Ohio Brookville H. S. ALAN R. KNIGHT Fresno, California Imperial H. S. ANN JENNINGS Oneonta, Alabama Susan Moore H. S. BETTY YVONNE ODEN Oneonta, Alabama Gadsden Business College ROY O, HOLLADAY KRISTIN L. HARBO ROBERT J. PETRY Glasgow, Kentucky Seattle, Washington Alexandria, Virginia Bradley Central H. S. Paclfic Lutheran College Mount Vernon H. S. 6 A . l .A r' , a " my O I tv xv 5 .J X ' Q 25 I, ol ly! x.J - N j: ' I '23, 1 5 Y, V, ..- V A- A, if ,,z 1451 f 3.2 ,X JACK M. PYLE :Us Bee Branch, Arkansas Imperial H. S. DAWN RITA KEYS Logan, West Virginia Tyler County H. S. BETTY ANN IVERSON Chicago, Illinois Amundsen H. S. MARY PINELLI Dallas, Texas Rattan H. S. P H R E ARNOLD GOODFELLOW Bald Knob, Arkansas Bloom H. S., Chicago, Ill DWAYNE LONG Riverbank, California Modesto Business College TOM LAVENDER MARY LOU HARMON DAVID HALPAIN Cisco, Texas Bufalo, Missouri St. Joseph, Missouri Imperial H. S. Central H. S. Benton H. S af fi -inf A 55 15 I -4 042155. i ,Qu I 1 4 1 8 I l J 'f ' c Port Matilda, Pa. , 'N . .i Worth Twp. H. S. ' WILLIAM F E Harvey, Illinois Blue Island Community H. S. ' ' - . -fo xl f EARLE G. REESE 44" ls S " 'iff 5 X X 1 INGRID ESTHER SATERMO Seattle, Washington Lincoln H. S. KEN WESTBY Seattle, Washington Lincoln H. S. MARILYN RUSSELL Lufkin, Texas Huntington H. S. JOYCE FAY SEFCAK Taylor, Texas Imperial H. S. CONNIE BELLE SANDVOLD JOHN DANERI SCHROEDER Kansas City Missouri San Diego, California Wllllams Consolidated San Diego State College r 455, f ' Xxx Av st CAROLYN FAY TRAVIS Princeton Alabama Cedartown H. S., Ga. PENNY SCHMAUS Jersev City, N. J. San Fernando H. S. JUDI UNTIEDT Denver Colorado Aurora H S I Q. f 4 , 4 YA ' 1' . I s Q Q ' ' Z' ,x ' x Q' W 4 N f 9 44 0: 999 V4 , M A, ,399 W' iv! If 09 9o 39" O, AO' 5:1 f4', Igig - 43' BN 'J I KENNETH D. REDICK ERNEST L. WILLIAMS Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa King Edward VII H. S. PAUL J . ZAPF Festus, Missouri Festus H. S. Chatham, Ont., Canada Blenheim District H. S. JANET RUBIN WILLIAM HENRY GAYLON SMITH Milford, Conn. SHREWSBURY Pottsuzlle Tex Milford H. S. Hattiesburg, MISS- Pottsville H S Utica H. S., Michigan 3.22225-ii-S4231 Modern, high speed machines in our newly remodeled, offset printing de- partment produce a steady stream of quality publications including the Bible Correspondence Course in three languages, reprints of numerous articles vlghich lhave appeared in the Plain Truth, and our campus newspaper, The ort o 'o. ' X ' The offset printing department is housed in a separate building across the street from the ultra-modern Ambassador College Press building. N EW Alyl BASSADO RS e R - p 5 S R i A ij 2.2 0 ---ff ix rhnf- g -f-.,':f' '- A 522555 F X' fr my iq l' Lili rf' f' -'P in gi ' m U l-lk.. V+ Mm w"P"4lf1-Mf.1,k..A.,L JW fb 3- AA., mg il. Ma., """" ,.'q Sons and daughters from almost all our fifty states, even from nations abroad, seek the priceless opportunity to begin their train- ing as Ambassadors of the World Tomorrow. 93 Without our coeds, meal time would be rather slim. ,..4iC Wfiq hi J'F"""4 , Drink up fellows! The Freshmen MGet Acquointecin Picnic eee l M-Nx.,,,QM Food always tastes better 'NMHSN after a good game of ball. P i The year begins with the Freshmen Picnic, providing the students with an opportunity to get acquainted and to enjoy some active fun. P Q - fur qw 1 ' ' k W . 5 . .,,. .,... 2 , ,,,k,A,..f,,N: 1 , , ,N ,. In J. a - 4, ., ,. , . 4" 1 .fafgfgy . 3 ,, , ELF' if ' in ,K rv Q1 1 H nigga QQ le 4 M, Y ' K 1 , If nz f5"N N : L 'Wi'-"zu 4 t vwvlllaloaugf' 'l The blg moment IS here-Mountmg the steps to Ambassador Hall. . . . "May I present . . . ?" Mr. Hunting in troduces Paul Flatt. ebook C Q fc- 'F . W qi 53' 4' 3 0 'G g' 1 7 'iff-11:1 N 'Q mf Q I0 1 ,W QQ' Small talk begins the evening as students enter Ambassador Hall Sparkling smiles radiate under torch light. Faculty Refreshments are always a delight. i f 'M it s Reception cfm I , . J, , " ,1 AX Al' 9 T 1' ef'- . f dd: l' M QW 1 5 SG? , 1 'QV I f 1 'N I Big smiles and friendly greetings are in order. The orchestra plays softly. 1 1 Happy FI'eShII1eH emerge all Smiles. The evening is concluded as students discuss pros- pects for the coming year. ELIZABETH ROSE BAILEY ANTHONY F. BUZZARD LARRY GENE MARIETTA BOXLEY i Burno, Oregon W. Clandon, Surrey, Eng. ALTERGOTT Newton, Illinois Middleton H. S., Idaho Oxford University Windsor, Colorado Newton Community H. S. GEORGE BISHOP Pekin, Illinois Bradley Univ. DONNA MAY ATKINSON Coudersport, Pa. Coudersport H. S. L. A. Art Center Colorado State Univ. FLOYD DAVISON Huntington Park, Calif. Porterville Union H.S. VIRGIL LYNN COX Jonesville, La. La. State Univ. Kilgore College GARY SWAN DEMAREST Nyack, New York Northern Valley Regional H. S SANDRA JO BIRD Albert, Kansas Great Bend H. S. NADINE RACHEL BURLEY Cameron, W. Virginia Ashland College, Ohio Marion, Virginia G University of Vlrglnla GARLAND H. CAMPBELL, JR. RITA KAY BUTLER Pueblo, Colorado Centennial H. S. CALVIN C. BURGIN Etowah, Arkansas Senath H. S., Missouri F H MADELEINE L. LOIS ELIZABETH VAL J. ASPENNS GINGER BRAMHALL BANSEMER BRANDLIN Riga, Latvia Springfield, Missouri Sussex, Wisconsin Burlington, Vermont Farragut H. S., Chicago Hartville H. S. Brookfield H. S. Univ. of Calif., Berkeley GEORGE H. KEMNITZ Milwaukee, Wisconsin Rufus King H. S. JAMES M. EWING Seattle, Wash. Queen Anne H. S. CHARLENE DELORES DIEM Sandwich, Illinois Ottawa Township H. S. JAMES G. HAINZ Milwaukee, Wisconsin South Division H. S. LEW PAUL FLATT Cookeville, Tenn. Cookeville C. H. S. LOUIS GASKINS EVA ELLIOTT JAMES R. DOAK CAROLE JEAN COX New Bern, N. C. Bolivar, Missouri Amarillo, Texas J0'1eSUllle, LU- E. Carolina College Bolivar H. S. Morse H. S. Bl0Ck H. S. 102 GARY WAYNE ERVIN CHARLENE SUE BERNARD HUGH KELLY LAURA JEAN COUNTS Kenosha, Wisconsin DOUGLAS Waukegan, Illinois Pray, Montana Kenosha High School Gary, Indiana Northern Ill. Univ. Amer. Correspondence Horace Mann H. S. GEORGIA DANIELS Piedmont, issouri M ON A ZACHARY Clearwater High School Shreveport, La. Northwestern St. Col. Univ. of Missouri MARGARET EVANOW Chicago, Illinois Northern Ill. Univ. SALLY ELLEN DAVIS Duvall, Washington Seattle University 'ST F R E LEROY RENE DIEM Sandwich, Illinois University of Ill. BERNICE LAVONNE LANGE Hamilton, Texas Hamilton High School Oakwood, Oklahoma JUDITH ANN GUNTER Las Vegas, Nevada Kennewick H. S., Wash. CAROL M. JUDY Fresno- Ohio EDWARD ALLEN MARSHALL East Texas Baptist Col. Baltic Local H' S' .. ...Q P1 DAVID KENNETH LOCKE Bellingham, Wash. Burlington-Edison H. S. RONALD D. MCNEIL DE LEE HANS EMIL MICHAEL LEVY JERALDINE ANN JONES High Point, N. C. Tappenish, Wash. Oak Park, Ill. Spangler, PW?-Vlsjflvflflill High Point H. S. Cascade H. S. Drake University Central Cambria J01I1t H. S. Mui, 104 GARRY PIFER Gays, Illinois Sullivan H. S. BOB LAY Kellerton, Iowa Iowa State Univ. 4Q'Qv BETTY GAYLE JOHNSON Palos Park, Illinois Carl Sandburg H. S. LEE ANN LIVENGOOD St. Charles, Missouri Saint Helens H. S., Ore. GEORGE EWALD MERZ Christinenfelde, W. Prussia Cloverdale Union H. S., Calif F . I JO ANN GOODSON ARTHUR C. MOKAROW LUCRETIA ANN DENNIS G. LUKER Gravelly, Arkansas Palos Parkhlllinois LEONARD Ply7Z10Ufh, M whlgafl F0uIChe Valley H, S, DePaul University Chattanooga, Tenn. UHIV- of Delaware Gladewater Imperial H. S. 105 WALTER SHARP Leavittsburg, Ohio Warren Township H. S. PEGGY LaRUE LOCHNER Norman, Oklahoma Pasadena Imperial H. S. BARBARA ANN OCHS Milwaukee, Wis. Wauwatosa H. S. PAUL ROYER Canton, Ohio Ohio State Univ. W. Va. Inst. of Tech. FRANK SCHNEE Hagen, Germany Port Credit H. S., Canada Y --ff-"-"- H ..i... . 2 3 JAMES REDUS VIRGINIA B. MITCHELL JOHN E. PORTUNE NANCY RAYLE MARLING Kingsville, Texas Belmont, Louisiana Arcadia, Calif. Paris Crossing, Indiana Riviera H. S. Gladewater Imperial H. S. Oregon State Col. Indiana State Teacher's Col. 106 JOHN LUTHER SNYDER, JR. Fullerton, Calif. Houston, Texas Texas Col. of Arts 85 Industries DIANA LOUISE MAJOR Pasadena Imperial H. S. WALDO REEDY Peoria, I ll. Moody Bible Inst. JUDY M. OLSEN Pequaming, Mich. L'Anse H. S., Mich. JUDITH EVELYN MARSHALL Merrill, Wisconsin Paxton H. S., Ill. F R E sf X X f . EILEEN MCKINLEY ' I "i' Kenton, Manitoba, Canada DOROTHY JOAN OOHS Brandon College Milwaukee, Wzls. Wauwatosa H. S. ROBERT E. STEPHENS Barlow, Kentucky Southern Ill. Univ. its H BILL STOUGH San Francisco, Calif. Univ. of Calif.,Berkeley PATRECIA ANN RHODEN LARRY VAN LANDUYT JOHN R. SCHROEDER GARNETT A. ZISKA Pampa, Texas Grenada, Mississippi Kenedy, Texas Walla Walla, Wash. Pasadena Imperial H. S. Pasadena Imperial H. S, Univ. of Texas Ellensburg H. S. GENE WHITE Moses Lake, Wash. Upper Columbia Academy HERMAN WAYNE WILLIAMS MARGARET FAY SILVER Baras Corner, Lunenburg Co., N. S. Canada Sun Valle Cali LY, 'f- Verdugo Hill H. S. BRENDA JOYCE WILLIAMS Big Sandy, Texas Gladewater Imperial H. S. CHARLOTTE Y. SHEPARD Modesto, Calif. Oakdale Joint Union H. S. 108 WARREN H. WAIAN Los Angeles, Calif. Univ. of Calif. ALBERT LEE SWEEZO Anoka, Minnesota Anoka H. S. TERRY ALTA SMITH Richmond, Calif. Granite H. S., Utah JEANETTE ELLEN RAETZ Momence, Illinois Marycrest Business Col. DON WATERHOUSE San Angelo, Texas Pasadena Imperial H. S R E BARBARA JEAN TISCH WILLIAM H. SWANSON HELEN TRAVIS GLEN V. WHITE Watertown, S. Dakota Nacogdoches, Texas Hlmilalld, Tenn- , Seattle, Wash. Watertown I-I. S. Pasadena Imperial H. S. Ced2ll't0Wl1 H- S-, Gwrgla Franklin H. S. ALBANS Pass NWA GARSTON COLLE GE SOUTH MIMMS LONDON AIRPOR T AMBASSADOR Bricket CCLLEGE Wood, England The 1961 ENVOY presents the first year of the new Ambassador College in England ' vm 4, I Y., 4 , 5 K -C 9 ' f Beautiful, stately "Han- stead House," former home of the late Sir David Yule - now Memorial Hall of Ambassador College. Keystone Press Photos ""'-e-4-...,..i- V Music Holl Students leave the Music Hall after an assembly. On the ground floor is a large assembly and rehearsal room and three music studios are on the second floor. ABOVE: A view of the music stu- dios. Notice the stereophonic gram- aphone system which reproduces recorded music of the highest quality. LEFT: A music rehearsal being conducted by Dr. Abbott. Stein- way pianos and a Hammond or- gan aid students in learning both to appreciate music and to play the works of master composers. Keystone Press Photos 'I 'I 3 The Library Reading Room fx KN 12 A1 ' 1. F fl F'-:AU-VIEJ-1-Llgrmll H JUL E ff 'fix 13? ' 'T "f4-. - fy-41 ' ' M: .:'-x,-gr --x -:',- ff',p11""wE'.g'A::3' 2,-F1-NJ-lJ1'XiAwXII 2 Vx.-xf?4l'Lxt px .5 V' 5 QT' , ".-S-:N 1-1u3,,!,5.JI plan, I-g -f L mx -: I- I , Xjbkqx-"'x"1-flfr' - in-17 i W 1 1-V-' --1'-VIL-4' he - , wwf-, -- lfx ififn if, L rs E: 'LP' if raw., IX: li' "'A ' " , Amy- W jk " ...aff 1113 - A fl' i ,- ., if 'I mln A ZW, j fs WLS' a n F1 Q, ga , 3935" i v IE The Student Dining Hall f f"f'WA'W VI ' -15256 1 ' I fm Il I' " " wir if' 1, X' ' 1 ix ' ' "7 wr - fl H ' . .5 ni .X ' . H - - . A , ' Y ' Q' ,, ' 1-2' J, X? "f Wi r nf' Jdlf- W fl xrsraanmgyjih , , '11 ,f Q N 1 i, ,ff'f'9fff i 9-4 i 'ii' f' H4 nv? 563 TO CULTURAL LIVING 1 I1 53 I 4331? 1-24" I : rg. I I' I I I. ' II, II I: I .4.I.f,,,, ysfone Press Photos Closses Typical classes in progress. These pictures show the First Year class in Church History and the Third Year class in International Relations Clower picturel being conducted by Mr. Mere- dith and Dr. Rea respectively. Ambassador College maintains a high ratio of competent and experi- enced faculty personnel to students. For the first year of the college in Eng- land, there was a ratio of one faculty member for every four students with the advantage of providing personal- ised instruction. FACULTY RECEPTION x FACULTY CHANCELLOR HERBERT W. ARMSTRONG Founder and Chancellor of Ambassador College Professor of Theology and related subjects. PRINCIPAL DR. BENJAMIN L. REA Professor of Spanish, Geography and International Relations COUNSELLOR LOMA D. ARMSTRONG Women's Guidance Counsellor RODERICK C. MEREDITH Professor of Theology and Speech Athletic Director FACULTY ,gr ig RAYMOND F. MCNAIR Instructor in Theology Men's Guidance Counsellor Pastor, Churches of God in Great Britain 120 ERNEST L. MARTIN Registrar. Professor of History and Instructor in Theology ROBERT C. BORAKER Instructor in Journalism ENVOY and PORTFOLIO Advisor sw, ',,. DR. KENNETH ABBOTT ,'Q?:7f:L"f Instructor in Voice and Music 'vii AJ Director of Ambassador Singers Z, lj, 1 If ',. 'UE , DAVID P. WAINWRIGHT Instructor in English, Literature and French SHIRLEY L. ENGELBART Librarian The new, fully-equipped Music Hall set amidst the beauty of the English countryside View across the grounds to the Music Hall from the Japanese Gardens. Swqgfr :www r Some of the beautiful trees and shrubs bordering the gardens. Japanese Gardens lf.. lf? .ew 4 q , I c .Sr V ,. ki" ,I 4 , ,' - 1 2 ' A A me Q: 4, J K , N 1 5' il , , " if- 5l?B q,g 5. wh., I . 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UPPER LEFT: A group of men stu- dents gather on the Memorial Hall terrace overlooking the gardens and rolling hills of the open countryside. LOWER LEFT: The student assem- bly hears an art lecture given by Mr. S. Morse-Brown, one of Britain's mas- ter painters. His portrait of Mr. Rich- ard D. Armstrong now hangs in Me- morial Hall. Keystone Press Photos The Grand Hall and richly carved staircase leading to classrooms above. INTRODUCING ROBIN JONES student Body President , - I . 1 t i V f ,,,,k ky X nge THE STUDENT BODY These pages show that what is being accomplished is not the creation of a different institu- tion. You are seeing new faces, new sights, but the college is the same-Ambassador. And as always, Ambassador life has many problems. Class- es, work, and social activities mean crowded schedules. For guidance and assistance, these young men and women of the Student Council, both willing and able to lead in college life, have been chosen to help their fellow students. My LEFT TO RIGHT' Carn C th . a erwood, Upperclassmen Representativeg Ruth Myrick, Womens Representativeg Robin Jones, Student Body President: Guy Engelbart, Student Body Vice-Presidentg Lois Chapman, Ex officio, and Gunar Freibergs, Fresh- men Class Representative. vn-Q I PETER NICOLS Bristol, Gloucestershire STANLEY G. OLSON Fiistorp, Nygard, Sweden MICHAEL A. BARLOW West Ham, London VONDA M. HUTTON Victoria, B. Columbia, Canada Y FIRST JOSEPH JONES Dudley, Worcestershire MICHAEL A. BOUSFIELD Johannesburg, South Africa YEAR , , ,, .,,.,l. K K . .,,. . 3 ' 45 g ,. if WILLIAM T. COUPLAND Nuneaton, Warwickshire WILLIAM F. CABLE-SCOTT Woking, Surrey GUNAR FREIBERGS Cooma, New South Wales, Australia First-year Class President :WYQKMHW SHEILA COSTELLO Y 1 f fl, Dublin, Eire f " lm L - f N 3 N f' f JOHN G. HOWELL Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales MEL F. PEACOCK Luton, Bedfordshire PETER B. LONDON Leigh-On-Sea, Essex IAN PATON Mitcham, Surrey MARGARET LAWSON Billingham, Co. Durham Ev, 0 ff' F11 K X , Ns NOEL C. WATSON Londonderry, N. Ireland ' 18 JAMES J. YOUNG Edinburgh. Scotland EDWARD SMITH Tulse Hill, London REGINALD C. PLATT Dagenham, Essex ROYSTON E. PAGE Bristol, Gloucestershire FIRST L ve. -Si JV' .. xi: : A COLIN J. A. WILKINS Radlett. Hertfordshire 'Q- SLYVIA F. WILKINS Radlett, Hertfordshire YEAR .5 f1..,,b, 2 TIMOTHY B. POPE Surbiton. Surrey JOHN M. SANDERSON The Vumba, Umtali, S. Rhodesia I ,4 SHIRLEY PRESTON Maidstone, Kent DESMOND SEATON Belfast, Co. Antrim, N. Ireland KYRIACOS J. STAVRINIDES Limassol, Cyprus 133 r""'lf all THIRD YEAR LOIS L. CHAPMAN Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.A. BENJAMIN R. CHAPMAN Woodland Hills Calif. U.S.A. GERHARD O. MARX Hagen, Germany KAREN L. MEEKER Odessa, Texas, U.S.A. N Cx I-f .V . H I, 2 ""A RUTH MYRICK U j Portland, Oregon, U.S.A. P f V 1 " I 1 ' ifljff-1 v ROBIN G. JONES ' Epsom, Surrey br- "' ff , ll ' if J' 76 . . v,3, xw - 4 NJN! -9. X2 X-Z gfffk-2 GUY L. ENGELBART Leigh, Nebraska, U.S.A. Guy's final year has been a busy one. Apart from giving sermonettes and helping in the Mail Reading Department, he was President of the Ambassador Club and PORT- FOLIO Editor. His friendly, helpful attitude has been of inestimable value to the new students. FOUR 51 1 M CARN A. CATHERWOOD Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Third and Fourth-year Class President Carn's wit and keen sense of humor enlivened the Ambassador Club and PORTFOLIO of which he was As- sociate Editor. After completing a baptizing tour in the United States, Carn came to England and was em- ployed in the Mail Reading Depart- ment. While in England, he has had the opportunity to give sermonettes and take part in other ministerial activities. y, ,, tim . . w-" I . f. W' MI' v gtg 18 ? 'Mgr' L, eggs 2' ff, 41.1. 52 f , 0 L fi fl' ,I W bww f Q ,,,.. . CLUBS ll W 1 ,D . bln . . adam- R0 . G Enge1bart.tVP1cilgY?a0yston Page . - ny afltfa ' Presidenbman, Setge u ts pwsem: Ben Chap QQADOR CLUYl?arv51XSl3f5Treasurer. AMBAg:ecretaYY1 Ger Jones -4.', w,.f --if ., gt! ,.:. Q ,1,.: R 3 ,,.. I-4 FfRENCH'CLUB: An opportunity to apply classroom lessons to everyday speaking . -r situations is the. purpose of the language club. Proficiency and accuracy of speech is 136 emphasised, Mail received as a result of the French broadcast over Radio Luxembourg has required the establishment of a French Department. me Ponrrouo STAFF ,Faculty Advisor Roamu' C, BORAKER Editor Guy ENGELBART Associate Editor CAM CATHERWOOD Reporters Emukg MARX COLIN WILKINS Ii BIN JONES VONDA HUTTON o EDWARD SMITH Sammy PRESTON Lols ARMSTRONG " 2 Q hp 4 A 0- A al PORTF 2 'f AUM? U is -. M s f 5 f f fy 1 I Q' 7 - i OLIO gina Edward ZTAFF B MrB H1-11 Cath mith'C ack row ' , ny En I flefg to Robfnfififss Facu'3?Z'C3f.?QfsAfS0Cii!'a25z,f'5d1 gfonda Huttbjnd Gfffhard Colin Wi11f2Z' A"'1StfO11g1 Chaggfigfy Pfesifgi Front POW.- and Lo is Xmas X WOMENS C LUB. Mr. and Mrs. Silcox are present as guests. SPANISH CLUB. N Staff E 65 OXND 009 Pr' B na GY wxngilfxxawgs a Direcwt HOWARD SILCOX Head Gardener 0 Av' '55 if. A-f KEEPING THE GARDENS IN TRIM: Horace Pooley, Harry Templeton and John Symonds. v, tiymoffig WAT ,, ebui1 ' Wt CH ' d' 11 M 131111 11138 3 1.6 ggi 11613 QXQHA Ur , 38 PAINTING DEPARTMENT: Dave Fin- efu11yg S-arg id lay and Elmer Woodie. Uarded 6, at MYRTLE S. HORN Warden and Head Cook ,ff-'sf Mrs Fri . Ckel- and Mrs Sea - f on, Dlus many of the Wom 611 Students , help M rs. Horn Wit CARPENTER DEPARTMENT: Wally Burnett and Harold Scott. h Preparing t 6 X I ix, I I K ig., 119 meals my KEY' 96 0869 Regex G9 C0 OFFICE STAFF Our rapidly expanding office now handles over 1200 letters every week from Great Britain, Europe, Middle East and Africa. Newly decorated and furnished, the oflice building is installed with modern and up-to- date equipment. Ol Sun... A view of the mailing office. Mr. Desmond Seaton is the supervisor of this vital section of God's Work. F . ' efllilgglfgfme 9509 W 111 f e 025513 Jo n J ed 11 9 ' 11 X' ' are Sev Swell a my i eral Studezgsgonafd How GS, A ISO 1 MAVIS FINLAY Office Receptionist and Switchboard Operator 6, ,v"tX .A 6 F '1 vi' qw' ,nal ,V f- Ka ,cf 69 'of XX QFD V X W' if E xi xx I .Kawai W 'S "DIE WELT VON MORGENH- Gunar Freibergs and Gerhard Marx answer the many German letters CLAUDINE WOODIE Bookkeeper and Secretary to the Controller LEON WALKER Secretary to the Principal and Office Manager of the Spanish and Offset Printing Departments. At the start of the second term, Mr. Walker joined the faculty as Typing Instructor, Wllmm received from all parts of Europe. -1' rc1 asrt A " I J Head 0f1?l2f:BlE?lRt3-i' .gnsliggrglililiartment ' 1 : I" " '75 -Vet' Pia:- ir 'vis-f'f Mt Fi' ' 5 I ' '44 WQE2: Ji' A ' 2 123 I- - ' if , ' Q g E5 If JN MEMOMM HAH IIMD lull? MISTMNS k'iiT'I17 an-VMI' ,3,:,M4wa,,: .f L fy ff , -. 1 C, K, , M, .gunna Mi' L 5. fp gif V f 115' ' v aa -zq 5 fl. X X FUR P151 Qs 1, i1 wb .4459 F wi MUSIC Ruth Niyriciis rnany hours of diiigent practice and con- X centrated eifort have made her an accompiished per- X X MM Of' former at the keyboard. Whiist in Engiand Qiiuth is a X tudent from Pasadenai, she has been studying . , 3:1 oi Dr. Abbott and received her t Coiiege oi Musici and A derny of Music. H N H 5 'tais Z' : A R transfer s tuteiage ' oi Hoya yai Aca and reei . ' er- under the A.R.C.M. tAssociate L.R.A.M. tiiicentiate of the Ro, Teachefsi degrees. At her many concerts ' s Niyrick has never iaiied to give a stirring p Mis formance. Kg: The Ambassador Sin . gers. Left to fght: Ci d' . Myfrrrsdirgiae Mr Vifainwrigixit lsdfgzdlamtzfemweekeff Ruth Th , ytvia tffiikins, Lois Chapman Michael Borrsfield lgngelbart. fohi Berk 3' mv 509 501195, and Dr. Abbott QConductor3,, X Oupiand. Musicglregimsted Social s M 1et Don ad . J.. .V, SOI.e5'1g?,1 1 , the Ofr D ij! ' c 1 Gr. if , 0 lege Von Robin Jones, Mr. An i L nstfllm Brig 6? rqusatet tak . bott qn5tSh:2131nWrigfft Pgrt in the Wm' i ylvia Willfdutumn M 1113, Ruth llsical Myfici I ,gy fX5shr4S'ff"l ' fn 51555551 V :--f1 g1 ,m,i1v ., " ' l sp 5557 f 1. Kiwi 5 kggfrfzki ,. fr", : :gi ' - V , 5 I fliirllgllr i fig mi E, l Tit ff Q ,Q l 'Q Vail? F2 '-5 .? , it M iii .t fflltx, 5 -535:-2' fs ff -r w ww ' i fyzjfgp Recording Studios at Ambassador College, England L-:E .J A Wwwwwpwwww EL MUNDO .J , rage-g f the like This Xatge 'Galaga . Dr. Benlamm i L +...,, T . Shi? Portion of the St . nd. IOS was original! .V 3 CO ' W Nearing completion. Well along in its construction The large window will be stained glass Belo th' , . , w is. a large inscription plaque will be mounted. Q The 1961 ENVOY Staff In En lclncl , -ffyfz-"i ' 1' ' -if 1 mf. ' ' V l Y! rl L ,R , x,s?3,.: I If-rm. , .r if Robert C. Boraker, Faculty Advisor ,-fy, .4 K-jr aixqirjii i f ' , J Benjamin R. Chapman ' f ,. fp. N my,f'ripA .JW 1 Wm. F. Cable-Scott 7,5 :gm f "3" i ' Michael A. Bousfield Qc, ' Na., ,H-A . , , "" 1 ,gg V: gf 1: T 3- MV Ma g i: I is i i' I .- , Mmae Q- K , N f,- ei -a V. " in 3 r 'f :-'xx 2- r B N, ws" . f - 1 - 1 32 Q. -.wi 1 f ' , "Fe '? lg f' -L ' 551 . 1 , in 'A: V '4 . as :V if " 'V i ty 'W' 'W z::Q,i'f,, 'lil f. if P M' , Q A K A moment fqxirelaxation and conversation on the terrace w , ,J-f ' - Q, J , V, . i - ,, A iw, L AUSTRALIA The Sydney, Australia office maintains the excellence of work- manship and industriousness that is reflected by our work world wide. It is a good representation of our field ofiices in other lands. wi , 5, -sg,-,,,'g,,f,W,.. 1 A V "M: if, , , , '1-iff-2ga?i9fk 'l .,, V is ' xg - ":1:ar4"?:i ffff-ffZ'3iQr?ff""'-1, , Q Y K' :,gf"m.Y'i' A - "Nw '- 5 1 'Xi A N 9 I 1, 'A - AND AROUND THE WORLD C, W n.r4--EL-r- nnlim 1:14 E' rl -""n""p ra ,JIILJ I9 Sydney, capital of New South Wales, and location of the foreign oflice for evangelistic wor ' Australia. k in the continent of F Festivals in Australia .. 1,331 S ' yv ...n-wh' . , b0",'L .ww ., fn, 1,Lw,w:-3-L k an fe 'f+:f.:sPfsz: sf. +3 A if I ' u 'i.L'!I.:ae .a,s ,, J n ffifiwsgfyrfwa' , " Q , '5.'f3"1? ,J",,f3:iQ-- L- V, , i, ' 4, eyg......,,sL,,.s! eff? so a ,a . .saaaaa be , A, The Church of God in Australia with the famous old Sydney bridge in 'mpg fQjfxLfEs,4, the background. Th1S zealous congregatlon grew to this SIZG 1n less than '35f:f.'gl:?1Qq'Q.?w a year's t1me. Many blg smlles show the enthuslasm and zest these peo- ',,,,,--,fxi gxggbfjixis ple possess. X, . 1' r ."rQ'-X- ' - X "fn- 1 ,gxq M 'rl 71 lx 'J 4,3 X wi n nu- 4 1 Nay E ,I I .-if .l"'b"g iwA.!L"l is Q -' 2 .,:' - - ,.vnmsW ss ' 5 , "MA" i . -4 - .,eN e fx I LLZVQB y,., ,W fr f 'if 3 , 3:21 1 V i fn Y u ,a Q a a I ' A N d ' . , A H si sm- ' I hfl'Q'QjllIiQ1f,,. A M d y ,M , 3 .','.,. Mn'-I . as-,east 4-A. an 1 - I 'I"'," 'K' AI .4-lvvv' 1 Lvf:g.iLwLw Typlcal Sabbath SSIVICS ln the ' V' ,.,,.-s ' ,',',jCxs'4'Av.5. V Phlhppines. Mr. Ortiguero is speak- ,' . ",X'f",' f 'nf' "M,'t'l. . . F, ,V gm 4' ,Wing sax mg- ,,.u.,w . ummm 148 The Philippines . .. ., ,ry ,. E Q , A 4 p i x . I ' ' ',',g ,V 8,5-Q ', ' ff.. ii,L V at in, b i T4 ' ....-A f'-' ' A in -5 rw- Qf sq K A hi I iiw liiaiixxi is 331g V f Q Q , P, N F L -Lf 4- ' s .. - E J A ff" -as 7 A 4 1 :li4i.'.i:l,Rt1l, , ,. v"""" .' - New congregations in the Philippines. Mr. Pedro S. Or- tiguero Csecond from right in miles to the island of Minda- nao to see these people and M others. After joyously receiv- "M ing him they listened very at- tentively to his counsel. above picture! traveled 700 A as it-51232 is 0K."?U'iwv A rapidly growing congregation. Six hundred enthusiastic members gather under this tabernacle roof to hear God's word on Pentecost. I- fl-Q gg, l -mmwm 'WHS ill Milf .1 l ,N,i?,T-pgs In . vgxh B. ""' YW-V, ,N M , T15-fit ff -.V U -1 ml awp warm- :U rl' . llu' 'Li 4 I 4 !rrr'vArv'vvs-i- 'i ...Q - A I in is aaW.l53r"G ' 150 X 'X ,, .M bw-:Q " ,J Q Modern Transportation in Africa. xii, 'Wx -1 S '. 4 v""""" A , , -:viii 1 ' . M I P , 'V '. L ' Ai E , g 9 9 5 9 W-"" vi W Y i Q In .f i 'Y ' . in 9' ,. . ! ii e A qi i I' i 'i q W i n a a f 4 ti i i ' 'wx-s"'L! J Nix' iMwambU1a Standing beaide a banana Stalk' A small African Congregation. V, ,ff N X 4 .. 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Hundreds of letters hourly pour from this postage meter which seals the envelopes and ,affixes the proper amount of postage. WEJL CME You N e 1 Q oo X m f Y , J Q ' X 1 K i , f J f I That first glimpse o .a plac o has chosen for His people .a meet ' this nation becomes a grea -s thri each year. Old friendships are e- newed, new friends innumerable. - command to "go up from year to year . . . to keep the Feast of Taber- nacles," brings us real joy. M ,1 1 xfsggdez, 5 ? 3 ww ,A fm ? mm W W 2' t W x ' 521, V "x i jwwh ,-1,71 , ' " ,. :Y ,. X I ff 1 ' 1 + z J W 'X ' A' N X M Y W k Ja 'Kiwi ' 5 Ar' , x ' QL 1. 1, mafia, -,,- H ,MQM N W K ,Wm Rfk, A , ,X X we. , U .www 4' 2 da A x qw ,lm gf 'iw WV , 'K . ,M,,,...,,,, , 0 E ji '1 'qw 5 F sg . W An Attentive Audience Receives Instruction From Goci's Ministers To berncicles 5, .Q Y' V 4 Q Ka ,L 1 if! f A L ' n 4? Q 1-W ix Q 'i ' S X Wooded Acres o Green ll X5 A 8 W Y l Af Ml? swim l A, W: fa' 1 ' 5? -'f E i 4 Ar xg, . K . 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Z . - xX X , K fzl I, 5.1 f I ff f W' , VZ 1K yyfdtlxg A 1 so V ' f .aQQf9" Q' 'mlxx ..u. -HM X ' U' E 161 gms J ,,,, TMJ, V gig, ' K' :off-' We b mf AQ as .4 ww. nw- ww' 4 ',f i- Q A ,ml ..,u,Zit""""q':r5jL5 . .,4'. .2 if, 'Hs s ' ,gag-:'d:3't.'Q"-13-ll , . ,, -. ,. - R - "' qt! 'D H f.,SfZ'N""""""""-' uv.: I' 1 :- gli 1' -:T 'V MQ. Q .fag '-..-wry. My 9-r ' -. me Q-- we ,qi . L WN .M 0 if s s ,- vs HSM' X-.fsafv-xA5"?vxs-' Q Q 932 3' 'I Q T s .. ', - , my '-- T , . Mum i X. W W ...A - ytfgg- ,.,,,1h1l'i C!-J Q XR ao. Q 5 4' xr sm . ml..- - .. W fs .3 ff... s..f"J-t'- ff-.F Spacious grounds provide adequate parking facilities for the growing number of cars that fill the Tabernacle grounds during the Festivals. Deacons and their assistants smoothly direct hundreds of autos to their places in only minutes. The immense Tabernacle, appearing as a bar of silver on a green velvet carpet, is being emptied after the morning services. Thousands walk leisurely over beautiful- ly contoured, wooded slopes to the redwood dining hall for a delectable dinner and congenial fellowship with one an- other. Many return to tents, trailers, cabins, motels, and hotels. The afternoons are often spent in a variety of planned events that include boating, fishing, swimming, riding, square-dancing and a host of other activities leav- ing one relaxed and refreshed. After a day of spiritual and physical feasting and an afternoon filled with activity, all can say they have experienced the real joy of Abundant Living. Busy Moments Agile fingers busily prepare trays of appealing and nutritious food for hun- gry diners. An after dinner chat relieves the monotony of an after dinner chore. ond Reloxotion Warm smiles, enthu- siastic handshakes, and loving embraces of old and new friends exemplify the close family-like ties of spiritual brothers and sisters. The ENVOY display provides a tantalizing glimpse into the plans for an exciting, new, and even more colorful edition. A count of our 1960 subscribers b states in map form was a thought provoking View of how scattered our church brethren really are. The Ambassador Chorqle presents XX I I South Pacific Y x 1 is 'if 1 "Inspiring . . . colorful . . . sparkling" . . . these are the words that aptly described the Chorale'smagnificent pro4 duction of f'South Pacific." Presented first in Pasadena and then at the Feast of Tabernaclesg a-new, exciting and unique format was one of the year's highlights in enter- tainment for all those who were privileged to attend. The first portion of the' programlincluded traditionally formal sacred and semi-classical music. After a brief intermission the evening's program turned to the surprising treat. Balmy ocean breezes and swaying palms of tropic isles were the setting for our singers now dressed in Polynesian attire. Music from the famous Broadway musical "South Pacific"p by Rodgers and Hammerstein and a' variety of other selections filled the 'airy The energetic response of the audience'sl applause evidenced their approval of the excellent presentation, and all were left indelibly .im- pressed. More Fun ...-'D-"' I Q Il Talent to defy descrip- dtion is seen and heard at the annual "Fun Show" presentation. From the hilarious "British are coming" to the romantic tone of a lovely duet, this show offers relaxing entertainment for all. 121 rass r ,1- -I 1-gf' as 1515 Q 2 if Mr. John David L. Rea Hammer . 5 i Mr. James Kunz Mr. Robert Hoops f Wh- i , 'way' Mr. Lester McColm Mr. Hal W. Baird, Jr V fa. on , , , a Ns' , N 3 S Mr, Ernest Martin Mr. George Meeker From stations in the Orient, the South Pacific, Europe and from every corner of the United States, this group of God's ministers has assembled at Ambassador for the 1961 ministerial conference. No vacation period, this is the opportunity for serionso-discussions of problems of the ministry. New decisions are madefto forward the work of God. Each minister returns to his area renewed in zeal and dedication better equipped to serve you. . .M Q 3 615 Mg ., +1539 , ,',5?I.3fS.x.Q:.,"""'1fQ-r...VR 3 . . '..Q"1i-.-1. 4' :1g..en,.:n if "ff-" " -'f ' '-fi ii. ,fp-- -..,,g-3 f'f.,gg,gi-ff' 1'f ,' f K 1 f er: QM... f ' , A ,. ii1ftEW1"f'5:'f 1 . K . , -F - ,,,.,,r ,, Ministers FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Wayne C. Cole, Mr. Raymond C. Cole, Mr. Herman L. Hoeh, Mr. Garner Ted Armstrong, Mr. Herbert W. Armstrong, Mr. Roderick C. Meredith, Dr. C. Paul Meredith, Mr. Raymond F. McNair, Mr. Gerald Waterhouse. SECOND ROW: Mr. Dean C. Blackwell, Mr. David Jon Hill, Mr. Jimmy L. Friddle, Mr. Albert J. Portune, Mr. Norman A. Smith, Mr. L. Leroy Neif, Dr. Clint Zimmerman, Mr. Basil Wolverton, Mr. Kenneth R. Swisher. THIRD ROW: Mr. Pedro Ortiguero, Mr. Roger Foster, Mr. Alton B. Billingsley, Mr. Charles F. Hunting, Mr. R. Carlton Smith, Mr. Bryce G. Clark, Mr. Allen D. Manteufel, Mr. Charles V. Dorothy, FOURTH ROW: Mr. Al Dennis, Mr. Selmer Hegvold, Mr. Dale Hampton, Mr. Ronald Kelly, Mr. David Lee Antion, Mr. Richard Prince, Jr., Mr. Billy L. McDowell, Mr. H. Burk McNair, Mr, Harold Jackson. PASTOR' . GENERAL 2 ARMsTRoNG,."HsRBERT LOMA DQ . Pastor General of the Churches of God. Chan- cellor of the Colleges. Fall semester in England. Spring semester in Pasadena. EVANGELISTS p ARMSTRONG, GARNER TED and . .SHIRLEY H.. s i. - 'Co-Pastor of zhsrlworld cellor of the Colleges. I 1 COLE, RAYMOND and MYRA Superintendent of the Churches in the field. Pastor at Eugene and Salem. HOEH, HERMAN L. and ISABELL .Pastor at Fresno. Dean of Instruction. s j 5 AMCNAIR, RAYMOND and 4 y A Director of the Churches offathe. British Isles: Faculty Member. I A A I I MEREDITH, DR. C. PAUL and CLARICE Director of the Ambassador s College Corre- spondence Course. A MEREDITH, RODERICK C. and MARGIE , 5 .Second Vice-President. Fallygiserhester in Engel, A land. Spring semester in Pasadena. A SMITH, NORMAN and CHARLENE Pastor at Sherman Oaks. .Director of the Broadcasting Studio. I ' mmlsrsas ANTION, DAVID and MOLLY. ..i or ,Qi .ppp ,Pastor at City ...L , A J ',,.,,7,W rlol Where has each sen BAIRD,:HAL W- JR- or .etr , Locallillder at Chicago,iTMilwaukee, andfBloom- ington. BILLINGSLEY, ALTON CDONJ and MADELINE Resident Elder at San Diego. BLACKWELL, DEAN and MAXINE Pasteryat Chicago, Milwaukee, and Blooming- P CLARPQBRYCE and Pastor at Springfield and St. Louis. COLE, WAYNE and DORIS Pastor at Akron and Pittsburgh. Spring semes- ter at Pasadena. DENNIS, AL and MARY JO Localjlillder at Redlands and Temple City, Cal- . DOROTHY, CHARLEST3and JO ANN i r.tlr 1 Q Pastor at Redlands Church. Faculty Member. FOSTER, ROGER and J ANICE Formerly Pastor at Los Angeles and Long Beach, presently Pastor at Corpus Christi and San. Antonio. . JIMMY and,tlMARJORlE I i.i, Pasffilfltdhte Seattle and Tacoma. I ' rris is HAMMER, JOHN DAVID and NATALIE Assistant Pastor at Sydney, Australia. HAMPTON, DALE and JEAN Pastor at Portland. HEGVOLD, SELMER and IRIS Loca1gElder in charSQ,Of Visiting Program in , p g gl ,D The entrance to the 1000 acre Radio Church of God Tabernacle grounds Qtifgigg Sandy, Texas. This is the view that greets the breth- . ren in States each year when thy come to observe A annual A sl.. fed In thelcist yeor? HILL, JON and AUDREY p lliastor at Temple City Church. Faculty Mem- . srs. er. I J... r HOOPS, ROBERT and DOROTHY I I Local Elder at Pittsburgh and Akron. HUNTING, CHARLES and VERYLE Iiiocal Elder at Pasadena. Student Body Presi- A ent. x 5 JACKSON, HAROLD and MAEBELLE. s Local Elder at Chicago and New York. Spring Semester at Pasadena. KELLY, RONALD and NORVA clli Pastor atfSacrame-nto. Assistant at Fresno. KUNZ, JAMES and JOY ' Local Elder at Los Angeles and Long Beach. MCCOLM, LESTER and LAURA Local Elder at Salem, Oregon. MCCRADY, FRANK I Elder at Chicago, Milwaukee, and Bloomington. Spring semester at Pasadena. McDOWELL, BILL and ROSE p Formerly at Corpus Christi and San Antonio, presently Pastor at Pittsburgh and Akron. MCNAIR, BURK and BILLIE SUE Pastor at Denver and Pueblo. Formerly at Gar- den City. MANTEUFEL, ALLEN and SONDRA I Fall semester at Pasadena, Pastor at Wichita and Garden-City, Kansas. MARTIN, ERNEST and HELEN Associate.Pastor at London, Bristol, Birming- MEEKER, GEORGE and KAREN Associate Pastor at London, Bristol, Birming- and Manchester..Controllerfgof the Coilege. NEFF, LEROY and MAXINE ' Pastor at Los Angeles and Long Beach. Faculty Member. and RQSALIA Representative in the'PhiIippines.' f F PORTUNE, ALBERT and DERITH Pastor at San Diego. Faculty Member. PRINCE, RICHARD and CAROL. Pastor at Hduston anclZ3Dallas. I :ff REA, DR. BENJAMIN and I-IAZEL Associate Pastor at London, Bristol, Birming- ham and Manchester. Principal of the College. SMITH, CARLTON an.d,BEVERLY j. Pastor at New York City. SWISHER, KENNETH and BEVERLY Pastor at Gladewater, Texas and Minden, Loui- 31331 I . s s WAQTERHOUSE, GERALD D. Director of the Churches in Australia. Man- ager of Church Offices in Sydney. WOLVERTON, BASIL and HONOR Local Elderggat Portland. Artistand author of "The Bible Story." Member of the Board of' Trustees. ZIMMERMAN, DR. CLINT and BERTHA Elder at Pasadena. Director ofthe Letter An- ffham ancliManchester. Registrar of thef1fCol1ege.i swering Department. - iis. 0THERSeiSAIDING FIELD INCLUDE A I K John Bald at Chicago, Ill.g Charles Black at Gladewater, Texasg Cecil K Battles at Houston, Texasg Allen Dexter at New York Cityg Vernon Har rove at Chica o' Tomm Blackwell at Portland and John Ha - , g g , y W kms at Eugene, Oregon. - 7 l 1 .st f-,,, .,,.. ,., t. in any -in 'If' . Q 4' X bi fr fi 1, gf! or e ll 5 .4 :Qui Mrs. Ernest Martin Mrs. Benjamin L. Mrs. Raymond Rea McNair Mrs. John David Hammer Mrs. George Meeker f K i "' l' A ,J ' New A Mrs. Harold Jackson Mrs. Lester McCol1n Mrs. Basil Wolverton Mrs. Robert Hoops Mrs. Pedro S. Ortiguero ' V . A unique privilege was afforded the wives of God's ministers in the January, 1961 ministerial conference, when they sat in with their husbands to learn how the two together might better serve God. Their duties as faithful and diligent wives and mothers is but a portion of the great service which they render. Advising the women of the Church in homemaking, child training, house keeping, and fulfilling i the offices of secretaries, counselors, and musicians typify many ofthe usual duties in which they are active. i s t g i i ...ke 5.-.,r:,-.rf .L , .., . Q 3 5 2 6 ll of 1 Mrs. rs. Raymond C. Cole, Mrs. W. Armstrong, Mrs. Rod- Mrs. Charles V. L. Friddle, Mrs. L. Leroy Neif, A1 Dennis, Mrs. Mrs. R. Carl- Mrs. Selmer Mrs. Richard 175 '40 The Camp Ground is a continually changing scene. Aluminized steel booths, buses, trailers, tents and a selection of other temporary dwellings provide homes for an expanding number of campers in this "eight-day city." A friendly smile and a cheerful welcome greets every visitor. Neighbors for o While A Camper's Life is half relaxation, half sand, and all enjoyment. Those who try, come back year after year for new neighbors and another sample of Texas weather. Deocons Standing left to right: Bill Evans, R. H. Roenspies, Alton B. Billingsley, James Bald, Sidney I-Iegvold, Roy Hammer, Keith Thomas, A. R. Jantzen, Buck Hammer, Bill Quillen, Bill LaNore, Bill Rapp, Al Carrozzo, James Duke, Lee L. Sefcak, Arthur Roesler, Gene Carter, Malcolm Martin, Adolph Romike, Sr., John Kriedich, Robert Spence, Harry Frahm, Kenneth Iiams, Eldon Stewart, A, C. Larsen, Bill Homberger, Mrs. Joseph Schlitt, James Cotner, Alfred Mischnick, Mrs. Roy Hammer, Mrs. Malcolm Martin, Mrs. C. O. Battles, Vernon Jones, Mrs. Eldon Stewart, Widd Boyce, Mrs. Austa Milstead, Annie Mann, Elisha Crim, Mrs. James Bald, Otis Rowell, Mrs. Theo Gerringer, Warren Heaton, Nevelene Swaney fasstj. Kneeling left to right: Joseph Gray, Harold Krueger, C. F. Williams, Valden W. White, David Henion, Joseph Schlitt, Johnnie Hooks, I. E. Starkey, Tom Justus, L. R, Lusby, Alan J. Stark, Dale McDaniel, Harold L. Treybig, Otis Cole. A delicious potluck lunch satisfies keen appetites. ' An assistant deacon speeds the serving of piping hot coffee at a spring festival. 178 4 f A 1 vu "4 W Q , il l ,Q I 4 Us 0 -6 A 3'-iq'f"4 , ., , f . , . V 5 1, ,ffx M pq. ' ,fx,,i.m, .fn 40. A brief pause in a busy day. if 1525, M641 i .r-...L, Our deacons and deaconesses are responsible for helping regulate a busy "city" of more than 7,000 population. Maintaining order and pro- viding efiiciency in directing traffic, serving at tables, and offering sound advice on the prob- Details of registration, festival pro- cedures and activity are provided to each incoming auto at this booth. msg . 1 w lems of daily living during the Feast of Taber- nacles are some of their functions. J' ,. 179 f'?L ferr" """"ss x Q 804' X E .dQ" Items Interest t t tttttt iii!! .ttf EF' Personnel PUBLISHING AND SPECIAL SERVICES Birnbaum, Jane Braden, B. C. Briggs, Lawson Cain, Earl T. Carter, Coesta Chandler, Jeanne Compton, Neva Dart, Mrs. Ronald Davis, Norma Decker, Vera Dennis, Norma Doucet, Nelson Ervin, Linda Fischer, Kenneth E. Glover, Bill Helge, Ralph K. Hill, Mary A. Hite, Carolyn Horne, Della Horton, Mary Leskey, Mary Luttrell, Billie Faye McDonald, Donald McDonald, Minnie Mauck, Fay C. Michel, Shirley Miller, Larry Register, Kenneth Robinson, J. W. Schoon, Donald E. Schultz, Letha Anne Sefcak, Gary Sefcak, Lee Seelig, Bob Stott, Dorothy M. Swaney, Nevelene C Watson, Florence Williams, Isaac Wilson, John 5 fa . 5 'gli '. In 1Wl04'+ ...i ' in- D., fl N,- 1. -N --... 1 ff- Q Q . u x ' - .xg ' 4 .es :I 193. '-il? Y! ,Mm , as 1 " ,,....-' ,,.,.-- 12 rx Z i Yr., ff 4 :ff-F E 11 E A L f Y ii ..,. M-. IIA , ., id--A was-,S alia-1 if CONSTRUCTION, MAINTENANCE, AND TRANSPORTATION Bagley, Harvey Bettes, Allen Dean, Fred Evans, Bill Fisk, Ray Gardner, Burlyn Glover, Dennis Harris, Deon Homberger, F. W. Jamison, Homer J ennings, Doris Knapp, Paul Koo, Eddie Krieger, Warren Kuhlmann, Max Lading, Ray Lindsey, Marvin Lading, Ray May, Merle McCormick, Cecil McMullin, Raymond Miller, Norman Morris, Paul A. Rapp, William Roberson, Chester Robertson, Quentin Ruxton, Robert Schippert, Arch Shelton, Ray Simpson, James Smith, Edmund Starkey, Ivyl Unfried, Dave Wendt, Donald DORMITORY AND KITCHEN STAFF Bailey, Marjorie Kuhlmann, Ilene Mann, Annie M. Mott, William D., Jr. Pope, Ada Rude, Noel Starkey, Dolores Untiedt, Margery ,K Z5 - Daily exercising through the 'year pre- pares each enthusiastic participant for his specialty in a day jam-packed with vigor- ous athletic events. Awards and medals are presented to the champs with an overall award for the one scoring the highest number of points. Events progress from early morning to evening with a break at noon for a relaxing lunch on Mayfair's lawn. The last event before dinner is the spirited faculty-student volley ball game. Climaxing this exhaust- ing day is the traditional hamburger fry. It's not as easy as it looks. So now, what's your excuse? .-i,-. Four frauleins in a flight to the finish. l 186 'WA MV' Z6 'N N. Leap frog, anyone? i L Field Day ,- A X,-W A frantic block is foiled in a furious game of 7? 1 volley ball. N Is fifty winks his measure? .If fly ,gi Qin iff fig 573 'ri The bar is tripped by the vaulter in his first 32 attempt. fl! 'ls N x ,, if '7 fl V I Sixteen pounds of shot about to be put. A hasty return '4nets" a hard blow. Striding ahead in the relay race. 187 ,H h Holden sedan, A SfODov 'd with t e d 'ver Din el' in A . Crossinghthei glgglies. Note that the ri 1Judf?s.HifZZ to rlglzsttrggiqa fag Mr PO t used to all. 1 139, Natal' es and S611 I' ateflio I une 011 h' is on the 'ight' 19 Hammer gfnd Gene H use' Frank LIS refllrn fro r Ony H Ughes 5 Oflgusk' 'U the p ' -f""'?! Q-,.-4.qg,,....a , am all th le, Ch hil' , mer and Mr. Pfsftnew arrivafigles Hefngg, Une- 'H Austra- Visits to Australia cmd The Banquet time at the Chevron-Hilton during Mr. Armstrong's visit in November, Left to right: Charles Hefner, Dexter Faulkner, Shirley Faulkner, Mr. Armstrong, Natalie Hammer, Tony Hammer, Frank Longuskie and Mr. Waterhouse. f siii fy N ,fe ,v ,I wr ,pl ,- ,..n A growing Church in Australia, the seeds of truth beginning to be spread in the Philip- pines. Below: Views of the Sydney harbor from the M.L.C. Building K center j where our offices occupy one-fifth of the entire sixth floor. f5ltil1eav,,5 . rw 1 l,,.f" .-f ,4- rn Hundreds gathered at this taber- nacle on Mindanao to greet Mr. Waterhouse, Mr. Portune and Mr. Ortiguero. 5 .1-,Lf Philipphes E-QI s. Orflgvefo Pedr0entagive in the and s Rgiiiiivpine Islands The congregation at San Nicolas pose with their pastor and Mr. Portune. Church .leaders on Mindanao with Children are always curious when a camera- Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Ortiguero MT- O1't1gl19l'0- man is around. family. .V,-.a ann pqgu..-...eq i ...1-.q gg.-1--.q -,...........,.,, -up-pq 4.-1--q --.--q The Staff at Pasadena I left to rightj: Estelle Thurman, Secretarial Assistantg Howard Clark, Theme Editorg Charles Roemer, Artist, Roger Clark, Activities Editor, Leonard Smith, Junior Editorg Mr. Herrmann, Faculty Advisor, William Shrewsbury, Sophomore Editor, Frankie Horne, Secretarial Assist- antg Howard Colby, Layout Editor, Floyd Davison, Photographyg and Bob Macdonald, Photography. Seven consecutive issues of the ENVOY lie on the table in the foreground. Each represents a year of growth at Ambassador College. Each has reached out to a growing list of subscribers and strengthened the bond of unity between Headquarters and those of you scattered around the globe. In front of these yearbooks is the colorful, photographically produced Prospectus, an invaluable aid in providing convincing pictoral proof to radio station managers of the scope and purpose of the evan- gelistic work that emanates from the Ambassador Campuses both in the United States and in Britain. Many of the pictures shown in it are made available for ENVOY publication. A few of its pictures were the product of this ENVOY Staff. I 'Q 0 Q Xl! 'K IH T .v-l'hs...4-u- , lm", n ,f -.-.- l 'Sf s.-5 .a -tl-A .pu --V--4 and Mr. Robertvligl Ukduleflcotf, Ben Cha . ? ra er, Faculty Advisori. s ggi, 3 Acknowledgments The world wide scope of this issue of the ENVOY makes it an extremely difficult task to list those who have had a part in production. Photographs have come from amateur and professional sources as well as the Staff. In some cases a credit line has been given, a few are listed below and others are unknown. Acknowledging artwork has presented a similar problem. A second staff worked on 36 pages on the campus in Bricket Wood, England, and is pictured with us here. Pictures, copy and correspondence were flown back and forth in a steady stream. Early skepticism changed to confidence, as page after page was delivered intact and minor revisions accomplished. The conclusion: It can be done, our two campuses can share a common yearbook and then share this production with thousands of you. Our Cover .................................. The S. K. Smith Company Printing and Binding .............. .... M irro-Graphic Yearbooks Individual Portraits ................. .... R obert's Photographer Many Campus and Classroom Views .... ........... M aynard Parker Portraits in England ................ ............... T . H. Greville Grounds and Classroom Views ...... .... K eystone Press Agency, Ltd. Q- K N35 li' 1,41- G 191 Foculty ond Administrotlon Apartian, Dibar K. . . . . Armstrong, Garner Ted Armstrong, Herbert W. Armstrong, Loma .... Armstrong, Karen .... Bicket, Willis J. . , . . Czornyj, Dr. Iwan . . . Davies, J. Graham . . . Dorothy, Charles V. . . Emmett, Jessie . .... Elliott, Jack R. .... . Ettinger, Leon ....... Ettinger, Nouvart C. . Germano, Michael P. . Gott, James A. ..... . Herrmann, Kenneth C. Hill, David J. ...... . Hoeh, Herman L. . . . . Homberger, William . . Hughes, Marjorie . . . Klammer, Erhard . . . Lisman, Dr. Hal B. . . . Lochner, Floyd O .... Mann, Annie M. . . . . Mattson, Vern .... Mauck, Hugh .... Marcan, Camille .... Martin, Lucy H. .... . Meredith, Dr. C. Paul Meredith, Roderick C. Michel, Bernell ...... Michel, Gene M. . . . . Neff, L. Leroy ...... Neitsch, Robert E. . . . Pfund, Kemmer .... P Portune, Albert J. . . . Rader, Stanley R. . . . Reed, Harold J. . . . . Reiner, Russell A. . . . . Roark, Dr. Frank E. . Smith, Norman ...... Torrance, Lynn E. . . . Van der Veer, Velma Wesbrook, Walter K. . Williams, Dorothy , . . Wofford, Donald G. . . Wolverton, Basil . . . ,za f o QE if Students A Abraham, L ...... . . 61 Albert, D. J. .... .... 8 6 Alexander, P. H. ..... 60 Altergott, L. G. ...... 100 Ames, G. L. ..... . . 86 Antion, G. E. .... . . 61 Arvidson, G. E. ...... 87 Aspenns, V. J. ....... 101 100 Atkinson, D. M. .... . B Bailey, L. R. ......... 100 60 Baird, B. J. ........ . Bansemer, M. L. ..... 101 Barfield, K. H. ....... 42 Barnett, J. V. ....... . Berg, W. A. ........ . 87 Bedford, D. R. ....... 87 43 35 Bicket, W. J. ...... 61, Bird, S. J. .... .... 1 01 100 Bishop, G. ..... . . . . Blackwell, L. ....... . Bonnett, L. R. ...... . Boxley, M. .... . . . . 60 60 100 Boyes, M. F .... .... 4 3 Bramhall, G. .. .... 101 Brandlin, L. E. ....... 101 Bunnell, A. E. ....... 87 Burgin, C. C. . . .... 101 Burley, N. .... .... 1 01 Butler, R. K. ........ 101 Buzzard, A. F. ....... 100 C Campbell, G. H., Jr. ..101 86 Clark, H. A. .,..... . . Clark, R. G. ......... 61 Colby,H.S.... ....61 Cole, L. W. .... .... 6 1 Cooper, L. D. .. .. . . 60 Counts, L. J. . . .... 103 Cowan,N.V. .. 86 Cox, C. J. ........... 102 Cox, V. L. ........... 100 Craig, A. R. ......... 62 Cunningham, J. C. . . . 87 D Daniels, G. C. ........ 103 Dankenbring, W. F. . . 86 Davies, J. G. ...... 87, 35 Davis, J. M., Jr. ..... 62 Davis, S. E. ......... 103 Davison, F. A. ...... .100 DeBerry, P. Y. ....... 86 Decker, C. J. ....... . Demarest, G. S. ..,. . . Dick, R. C. ......... . 86 100 63 Diem,C.D.... ....102 Diem, L. R. .... ... .103 Doak, J. R ........... 102 Docken, A. W. ....... 63 Docken, D. M. ....... 43 Douglas, C. S. ,...... 103 Dunlap, W. H .... .... 8 7 ff 1 JP M NJ f 1 ' . A a ,NNN Lani fi A " wx ,ll I 'iw 421319. ffimlm .ear ...,QQ-wi . 3 5 , or .4 "'s Students E Eastburn, W. H. . . . Edelbach, I. M. . . . . Elliott, E. D. . . . Ellis, W. H ...... Ervin, G. W. ... Evanow, M. . . . . Ewing, J. ...... . F Fink, D. L. .... . Flatt, M. A. . . Flatt, P. ...... . Franklin, C. D. . . . . . G Gaskins, L ...... . . . Gentet, R. E. ..... . Germano, M. P. . . . Goodfellow, A. H. Goodson, J. A. . . . Goodwin, R. F. . . Gould, C. T., Jr. . Goyette, A. M. . . . Grabbe, C. .... . Gunter, J. A. ... Gunter, M. .... . H Hainz, J. G. .... Haley, J. A. .... , Halpain, D. L. . . . Hamrnons. JL L. . . Hans, D. E. .... Harbo, K. L. ..... Hargrove, V. F. . . Harmon, M. .... . Hawkins, J. R. . . . Hayes, V. W. . . . . Hayley, B. J. .... Hohertz, L. W. . . . Holladav, R. O. . . Horne, F. ..... . Horton, J. S. .... Hunting, C. F. . . . 62 86 102 .. 63 103 103 . .102 .. 45 .. 60 ..102 .. 87 ..102 ..63 .43,35 89 ....105 62 62 64 64 ...104 87 ...102 86 89 64 ...104 88 42 89 65 63 88 Hershberger. M. L. . . . 42 65 88 62 64 42 44 Huse,C.O. I Iverson, B. A. . . . . J Jantz, M. D. . . . Jennings, C. L. .. Jennings, G. A. . . J ohanneson, R. C. Johnson, B. G. ... Jones, J. A. .... Judy, C. M. .... . K Kellers. F. C. . . . Kelly, B. H. . . Kemnitz, G. . . Keys, D. R. . . Kiser, N. M. . . Klamrner, E. . . . Kleier, E. C. . . Knamo, H. P. . . . Knight, A. R. . . . 89 63 65 88 65 ....105 ...104 ....104 88 103 ...102 89 65 65 44 47 88 Kroll, P. ...... . Kunz, J. F. .... . L Lange, B. ..... . Lavender, T. D. . Lay, R. L. ..... . Leonard, L. A. . . Levy, E. M. .... Lichtenstein, J. P Lingo, E. ..... . Livengood, L. A. Locke, K. D. . . . Long, D. D. 64 44 .....104 89 105 . .105 104 66 64 105 Lochner, Peggy L. .... 106 104 89 67 Longwill, D. . . . . Luker, D. ..... . M Macdonald, R. . . Major, D. L. . . . Marling, N. G. . . Marshall, E. A. . Marshall, J. E. . . Martin, J. L. . . . McCullough, L. . McGill, M. L. . . . McKinley, E. M. McMichael, S. . . McNair, C. E. . . McNeil, R. D. . . Merz, G. E. .... . Miller, C. E. . . . . Miller, R. C. . . . . Mills, D. H. .... Mitchell, V. B. . . Mokarow, A. C. . N Neitsch, R. E. . . O O'Beirn, C. E. . . Ochs, B. ...... . Ochs, D. .... . Oden, B. ...... . Olinger, M. R. . . Olsen,J.M. Olsen, M. L. . . . . P Petranek, P. E. . Pebworth, D. . . . Petry, R. J. .... Pfund, J. ..... . Pifer, G. D. . . . . Pinelli, M. P. . . . Pinelli, R. R. . . . Plache, R. F. . . . Portune, J. E. . . Pyle, J. M. .... . R Raetz, J. E. .... Redick, K. D. . . Redus, J. D ..... Reedy, W. R. . . . Reese, E. G. .... Rhoden, P. A. . . Robertson, J. R. 1105 .. 45 ..107 ..106 ..104 ..107 .. 66 .. 45 .. 67 ..107 .. 67 .. 45 ..104 ..105 .. 47 .. 67 .. 67 ..106 ..105 46,35 47 106 . .107 .. 88 .. 88 107 R46 46 66 88 66 H105 .. 89 .. 47 .. 49 ..106 89 ..109 ., 91 ..106 ..107 .. 90 ..108 .. 66 .lfhofh '. -x Q. ll fNv1 1 is' Sh. J 1 Students Roemer, C. A. . Roush, J. D. . . Royer, P. . . . . Rubin, J. .... Russell, M. . . . . S Sandvold, C. B. Satermo, I. E. . Schmaus, P. . . . Schnee, F. . . . . Schroeder, D. D Schroeder, J. D Schroeder, J. R. Schuler, W. S. . Schulz, R. Seab,J.K. . Sedliacik, R. H. Sefcak, J. F. . . Sharp, W. R. . . Shepard, C. . . . Shrewsbury, W. Silver, M. .... . Simpkins, F., Jr Smith, G. G. . . . Smith, L. .... . Smith, T. A. . . . Snyder, J. L. . . Steep, C. D. . . . 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