Ambassador College - Envoy Yearbook (Big Sandy, TX)

 - Class of 1962

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Quiet residential Terrace Drive in Pasadena presents our first view, a view that comes as a surprise to one chancing upon the campus un- awares. Your formal tour, however, will begin at the 363 Grove Street address. A brief glimpse of the busy offices in the Administration Building and then . . . W-99" WWQ L 9 1: If fisxf? I' 44 s in .JL I al' -fy!! IIN ' 'w . WK-L , , n, ' AU lu., gf' ' N ' -49 '94 'RQ 'Ma- ..f-1-','A,l 7 : TQSPEQQ 5932" - '62 if . qui Z -:- 18 '-418193 ' 30,B4g'HQ 5116 - usa ,fl ' +-A-114-129 1 H-no - 111 - no 1 A Z iiin 513 f,,.M5'Wi s x u f", ,:" -"J A ti. f, sam Aw :Xi QQ 'I lm i ' 1? QE x .W N: ff r, , 'X 'I .5 hir I aaa? at 4 ' V' 53 - Q , qywyw, ' 5 - If , , ,, f' ,uc Y ' fu' .- 9. vw ' , 1 ark 'L' .r',M"l ,fo .LJ l?""tf '-:H ., v, dal ,A Qlf xiii: ,I 1' 51 fn I' ' A :rw 41 , 3' :.,f'f'f ' ." ' si-",,f',' f",' 1, . M -y 1 f -.. af N, ,xr ,. . x,-S' r1J .4 f,. Jr s " . lf.,- ':.'S7y,Q 331 A .?',Wf .1 v' 3. 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Surging ahead with its unprecedented 30W yearly increase, the WORLD TOMORROW has grown to be the most powerful voice in radio. Foreign broadcasts in English, French, German, and Spanish add to a world-sweeping coverage. The phenomenal growth of the WORLD TOMORROW broadcast in these past two decades now speeds G0d's message to an audience of FIFTEEN MILLION! XX CSL 5' A Q A view from the Dubbing Room-giant Ampex recorders whirl, fl :EW A -at E each making its own magnetic tape recording, as the radio X broadcast goes out direct to local stations from the Ambassador College Campus. Multiple magnetic tape reproductions from ,fx these instruments are sent to 140 stations, covering the nations. ,f ,R QD M, :Ta fl T it l , ill f l + I ll T l X an-M51 v X !,5r4"n S I A S T. ti. fs., . 1 4 K it l- A . 4 PM l l Ambassador College Chorale: Cleft to rightj Front Row: Joanne Pfund, Carolyn Travis, Garnett Ziska, Madeleine Bansemer, Mary Ellen Crittenden, Esther Shrewsbury, Ginger Bramhall, Rebekah Stanton. Second Row: Karen Armstrong, Carol Nestor, Beverly Baird, June Steen sen, Paula Hegvold, Mary Ann 'I X X XX Williams, Patsy Riegel, Donna Fink, Kay Wiley, Peggy Lochner, Linda Ervin. C Ji Third Row: Mrs. Dorothy Williams fAccompanistJ, Nancy Kiser, Aldah Lindgren, Jan Rubin, Carol Judy, li it, ' Sharon Hedge, lvy Edelbach, Terry Smith, Judy Olsen, Joyce Sefcak, Barbara Ochs, Mr. Leon Ettinger t Rail CDirectorJ. X Q N A' I lv Fourth Row: Larry Altergott, William Swanson, Gary Prather, George Kemnitz, Ronald Miller, Anthony xi ' I ,AX Buzzard, Graham Davies, Robert Salmon, Allen Merager, John D. Schroeder, Gary Ervin. 'X , N-- Fifth Row: David Halpain, Walter Sharp, Robert Dick, Gerald Witte, Marvin Lindsey, Ray Dick, Robert i V Steep, Rowlen Tucker. -7 1 Back Row: David Bierer, Charles Crain, Lance Johnson, LeRoy Diem, Morgan Olsen, Dennis Pyle, C. Roy 'x N Hunter, Ivan Sell, Wayne Dunlap, David Albert, Loyd Hohertz, Jim Rudometkin. I I 5 I The Ambassador Chorale is heard at local churches near the college throughout the year and journeyed E to Texas for the tall festivals. Singing both sacred and secular music, this energetic group has delighted N audiences with such performances as Hanclel's "Messiah," and the Broadway musical "South Pacific." A small group, the Octet, has been selected from Chorale members and under the direction of Mr. Anthony Buzzard performs for the circuit of churches in Southern California. Ambassador College Orchestra: Conductor, Russell Reiner. Front Row: first string violin, Kathryn L. Meredith, Sally Davis, Joanne Ptund, second string violin, Joy Brian, Dwight D. Armstrong. Second Row: base viol, Gary Pratherg bassoori, Mary Ellen Crittenden, flute, Sharon Shepard, oboe, Anthony Buzzard, clarinet, Karen Tharp, Connie Boone, Third Row: pianist, Susan Armstrong, trumpet, Leonard Robinson, Patsy Riegel, French horn, Charlene Diem, Barbara Oaks. Q HA 1 j 45- xw wrlk , - ' ' 'A ' fl , ' .-5g,.41-' link' v in . f' ' , Q5 , Li g A X .f zigfx ,fem ' v ' fi 1 1 f 41 k I fgx, gg- ? f L Y . 25,3 ,ma at vm 4 3 any Q -n 9 . 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' I, .7 1,51 wiv' J,,4 i 4 M' if lf v J A ,Q f.,f , ' ' f A' V155 1351 xg .. fx - 9 M- ,Q - . f . ,W 'L .L ' 4 ., . . - W . L gs L l.,5Mj:fff'f f' f -f..ffZf"f .+f ?f'-6391, f 4.2fQ2fxsfl'f?Jf,,l.2.:ff'4:f.1F:Zia.'J:t"? N " E56:Lvzrsw:x':.l.,Al ,, .L L f ,Q f ROBERT EDWARD NEITSCH Gerrfpqif Qepcarfmenf cAa1'aL omsnnn Ministerial Assisfonf, Oregon '4f"1-1' CARROLL E Leiter Answering MILLER 22' MERLE BOYES K Vancouver, B. C, any E Secretory -.J -fl-A A w-,F .WM ,.., !fa?iH.4:"-' " 1 5 M ,,..,, MORGAN L. OLSEN Levfer Answering Deporimen? i FINK ,lugkcg-msg Pm! L Lh immune - K liiipfridl Schools 3 2 MAURICE LHIOY HERSHBERGER Prinfing Deparimenf 133' f-mf. . 'iw L .qv ' ".1-w'w'f4,'fIMf5p,.., V' - fu fr" fgfs, 's .2 O V 11721 ' - ..f:il'i5' Urals., Aw w .,,-, Q, sf sm- Sn- Q. 165m,fg,,,iMg:gZzMf',g,Q. V M,-.I W wsw' f q OWQQE ,os RKIHARD F. PLACHE Ministerio! Assisianr, CHARLES F. HUNTING, Ordained Minis7er, London CLARENCE O. HUSE Miniskerial Assisfom, N. Sydney, Australia The resounding words of valedictorian, Carl McNair, echo in the stillness of the LOWER GARDENS . . . "These are Ambassadors now facing the Space Age and preparing for The WORLD TOMORROW." v Class of Sixty Qnd ROY A. SCHULZ imperial Schenk aw JAMES DAVID ROUSH Laram?e,Wyomingf , Emum-no c. A, Kwan Bible Correspcnddnce Course f ' n.1F3fmus xnw ,Hbhdemakarf A ' Assistam Librarian JOSEPH KQKK SEAS, JR Minisfeii'g31,'Ass1s!onf. 7 f' A Mfsiduri ' .xmas sfxunz Loca! Elder CARL E. M:NAlR Ordained Mininer, Visiting Your O mass O AQ wms ROBERT MACDUNAID Ill ENVOY Photo Labarafary K Q I 2 LESLIE L. IMCULLOUGH Administravive Assistant Assisiant Regisfrar, Enqla nd h FRANK SIMPKINS Office Assisfanf N. Sydney, Australia N- mcuuo H. SEDLIACIK Bibie Corvespandenco Course 23 O Tri. -4 H 'L . . 5 S- , Ww'f4"' A. ' A QR' -if -Ke .J N ,Qs 'F .QQV A V 'qw if hm ' 11' Q' xg' X' , pg, A .. , ' A., - ,, , , W ' rl 1 V ww Q ' . J, ' QR, , 'ff - xii' -as ' K. , , XM. 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Com- petent leadership and instruction at Ambassador plant the seeds of thought that will bloom and bear fruit in the World Tomorrow. 1 1, f s . lf, X X Vx .ft X 5 xl 4 ,- ,l 1 , f L ' ' Qt - '?'S', f . N at . -lfsfif ' ll:- E f C- W- 1: X-QXSAN Ni afar-ff,-Ll -gr, A '., Xkbf , , '-is - 15253 .., .E a- f ' 1 -W w42f:11ela-lf" 4 f , , 3 .-ff: -1?E5g,?QQiqg- 2 lf-P+' .f - 11. 4 i5g:,e,,Lf g ff' ' S- 5-pl H T' A- Eg , - qs if Q l -- 1 ' Y, " -' Q' .- - A,i:.-.1-f' -.-- Tf, ...ff---:'f""' R Y, Z- 1445-,V In April, campus visitors would have found "picnic groups" spread over the grounds near lhe Library. The beauly of Ambassador's lawns are shared on ihe annual Feast days when thousands of local members bring food for a "pot luck" luncheon and a 'Friendly get-iogeiher on the lawns. A rubber iree, native of Malaya, dominates the setting. u 5 1,41 1 A , 1-4,-.M 1 ,J P, ' My , .., f, x , -, ,.- "'.- ., 5 'x . gi. -N Q' , V L", f Ny,-' ,QV lf' .4. f., JQN1 .v Q . 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I E. , if If gf - ,fl A :L ff W 4 .-ef"-tf J 45 W "'lff'w' . 77 n , ' . ' . X Z..-, X . 0 RQ: '-'fi " , f Kg .bd A? kT"'f"lf2-At.r ft! 'ti 5- ,N he 4'-2' ..4A P., 'QFM-:.w,L:EN.,-b .3 W4 E5 , - H' ,v , f 1 w m Q XTX ri 'K BOARD OF TRUSTEES sfsfgf- ,. .V f Y 'G il 'lg 'VJI LOMA D. ARMSTRONG Guidance Counselor of Women. . .Member of the Board ofrTrustees . . . Devoted wife and able assistant to herhusband. HERBERT W. ARMSTRONG Founder and President of Ambassador College ...Chairman ofthe Board of Trustees . . . Profes- sor of Theology and related subiects . . . Editor of The PLAIN TRUTH, GOOD NEWS, and The Am- bassador College Bible Correspondence Course . . . Director, The WORLD TOMORROW Broadcast. 1 'EN 53+ DR. C. PAUL MEREDITH Secreiary-Treasurer of the Board of Trustees...Di- rector of Ambassador College Bible Correspondence Course , . . M.A., Ambassador College. - iff f .X ffm A ' lil- BASIL WOLVERTON Member of the Board ofTruslees...ArTis1...Au'rhor of The Bible Story. MILTON M. 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The acquisi- tion of Ambassador Hall was truly providential. 1 "'1 32 GARNER TED ARMSTRONG Board of Trustees Vice-Chairman . . . Vice-President of Ambassador College . . . Co-Speaker on "The WORLD TOMORROW" broadcast... Professor of Theology . . . Instructor in Speech . . . Executive Editor of The PLAIN TRUTH and GOOD NEWS... M.A., Ambassador Col- lege. P X Vfffrtr, KENNETH C. HERRMANN Registrar... Instructor in Astronomy and Geology . .. Faculty Advisor for The ENVOY . . . A,B., Ambassador College. M.. YQ an-45"'a""" Her'-'f JACK R. ELLIOTT Dean of Students . . . Professor of Mathematics and Psychology . . . Director of Guidance and Testing . . . Director of Construction and Maintenance . . . Ambas- sador Club Co-ordinotor . . . M.S.M.E., University of California, Los Angeles: M.A., Ambcussado College. ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIO 'bv t'l'I'l"' inirf' RODERICK C. MEREDITH Board of 'l'rusfees...Second Vice-President of Am- bassador College .. .Guidance Counselor of Men . .. Professor of Speech . ..Associo1e Professor of The- ology . . . Senior Editor of The Pl.AlN TRUTH and GOOD NEWS.. . M.A., Ambassador College. HERMAN L. HOEH Dean of Insfruclion . . . Professor of Hisfory . . . Associ- ate Professor of Theology . . . Managing Editor of The PLAIN TRUTH and GOOD NEWS... Direcfor of fhe German Deparlmeni . . . Editor of ihe German PLAIN TRUTH, "Die Reine Wahrheit" . . . M.A., Ambassador College. X if Lucv H. MARTIN Dean of Women , . . Professor of Music. . . Direclor of Music Departmenf . . . M.M., Columbia University. BUSINESS VERN R. MATTSON Controller and Business Adminislrcdion Manager. GENE M. MICHEL Head of Accounting Depcrlmenf...Direcior of fhe Student Loon Fund . . . Assistant to the Controller . . . A.B., Ambassador College. STANLEY R. RADER C.P.A .... Audifor and Financial Advisor. R l i ' ' KEMMER PFUND Acrovniani, Payroll Depczrimenf . . . A.B., Ambassador College. L. KAREN ARMSTRONG Receptionist . . . PBX Opercnor. 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Instructor in moiogy . sponsor . . . World in French, Venir" . . . College. I 1 FACULTY RUSSELL A. REINER Director of Ambassador Orchestra. FLOYD O. LOCHNER Director of Physical Education . . . Professor of Teach- ers Education...Superintendent of Imperial Schools ...M.A., University of Oklahoma. HAROLD J. REED Instructor in Voice... B.A.,.lames1own College. ALBERT J. FORTUNE Executive Aide to the Vice-President. . . Instructor in Theology and Speech . . . A.B., Ambassador College. FACULTY DONALD G. WOFFORD Instructor in Spanish . . . M.A., La Universidad Inter- americana, Saltillo, Mexicog A.B., Ambassador College. DAVID JON HILL Associate Professor of Theology . . . Instructor in Jour- nalism, Geography, and Speech . , . Faculty Advisor of The PORTFOLIO . . . A.B., Ambassador College. Instructor in Speech ...Manager of the Mail Receiving Department. . .Selective Service Consultant . . . A.B., Ambassador College. ROBERT E. NEITSCH Instructor in German... Manager of the German De- partment . . . Editor ofthe German PLAIN TRUTH, "Die Reine Wal1rl1eit" . . . German Club Sponsor... A.B., Ambassador College. -egkf,-15" ,Q -V :az : 1"- li"2fsf',V' f vsiffzssfxfir it ' 1. -5 7' ERHARD KLAMMER Instructor in German... Speaker on the WORLD TOMORROW in German, "Die Welt von Morgen" . .. Editor of the German PLAIN TRUTH, "Die Reine Wol1rl'1eit." I IBERNELL MICHEL Assistant Director and Instructor of Physical Education ...Assistant Principal of Imperial Schools . , ,fA,B,, Ambassador College. - J. GRAHAM DAVIES Instructor in Portuguese . . . Director of Portuguese Translation. . . Sao Paulo, Brazil. I E I 523 E31 . E ? -rig! ,i r I R E 5 e cy.. 5 E if o L Y lf: if: I I L I . E2 I . lf' ff' V I I J V., 5. E E I 2, Yi l I lil ,. .,,, Q ,.f f pf, aa: ffivr 2 f221 kwin' L MARJORIE HUGHES Instructor in Literature . . . A.B., Ambassador College. 5 Nu GERMAN0 gg... ,, I., I if . Fig. I, IQ . rw lffiy I.fff2.1mai Qyw , , ,Q . :7,l,,i, . .ff f I '- Lag ' r All ll Teacher . B.S., University of if I f ZV- Ambassadorlfollego. FRANK P. INGLIMA Instructor in Italian . . . Director of Italian Translation ...Sponsor of Italian Club. FACULTY WILLIS J. BICKET Instructor in Biological Science. .. B.S., University of Illinois. sknbf"'.A JANET EICKHOFF Instructor of Clothing and Home Economics . . . B.S., Kansas State University. ANTHONY BUZZARD Instructor in English . . . Accompanist and Vocal Coach, Music Department.. . B.A., Oxford, England. DR. E. H. OWEN Lecturer on Anatomy, Physiology and Nutrition.., Kirksville College of Osteapclthy and Surgery. fuk-A JOHN G. PESTANA Instructor in Portuguese ...Portuguese translator B.A., Andrew University. J' f x 'S l 4 ,K m Q fi s Q7 ' i Wann, 'Y A " in 'Q ,X R jg L .1,.g 5 .X ' 5. 1 QE. A A 1 53--XA "f.1 . ,ff -w.tz."L ' fi-i5'f'Rf+ff" 'X if M I , f7i'J'fAV ,W if ' 'ff-':3""N'-Q ' " ' ,A 2-if Q,1""g""" NV.. - "ki . 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Built of rare imported materials and finished by Italian artisans, its fine woodwork and richly carpeted floors afford a cultural atmosphere. Its grounds and sunken garden provide a panorama of color and design. IQ:- 1im...L t E b .Y f.. h 'JV .Jqg 'lf-ia? 7 ' Nia-.j ' 1 f' A , 7l':"ff' ' I tg. 1 Estes -4-Lg. A garden paradise at Manor del Mor-colorful Snap- dragons blossom profusely in the foregroundp lively Begonios surround the pool with its bird both. Cascad- ing from the ,arbor are the brillioni red Bougcinvillecl -- native of Indio. A Boy lree overshcdows The group of five in the foreground, o pleuscnf selling for sfudy or conversation. A border of Floribundc roses skirts lhe garden lust inside fhe low brick wall. Mila I 2 . ' Alai FIG BRANCH SENIORS f 7 , 5 'ft' A31 ' , 11' I I . Le. ii FYI-sr - 3' z sf il Aix , iii? at Ni QV x Wig s LEROY W. COLE Albany, Oregon ALBANY UNION HIGH SCHOOL Ambassador Club... Spanish Club . . . baseball, ten nis, hiking.. . Ministerial Aide - Wichita, Kansas . . Visiting Program.. .Mail Receiving Dept .... "Be pre pared for what is least expected." ROGER G. CLARK Erie, Pennsylvania DE VRY TECH OF CHICAGO l96I ENVOY Staff . . . Ambassador Club ...Spanish Club. . .Portfolio Staff . . . electronics, mountain climb- ing, hunting, fishing. .. Instructor - Imperial Schoois ..."Give as much as you can." 46 PAUL H. ALEXANDER Columbus, Mississippi EAST MISSISSIPPI JUNIOR COLLEGE Ambassador Club.. .Tennis singles champion '60-'6'l . . . water skiing, fishing, baseball, travel... Instructor - Imperial Schools . . . "You can't always, win, but you can always hustIe." POINSETTIA 4 I N V H I 1 -A 'Q A rv LOWELL G. BLACKWELL Kilgore, Texas KILGORE HIGH SCHOOL Ambassador Clubg Vice-President . . . French Club . .. Ambassador Chorale . . . skin diving, model building ...Mail Receiving Dept .... "It's what you DO with what you know that counts." Tit!!! nf Vs- s B fr' , A in is I A va ,quiz ff HOWARD SHERMAN COLBY Cicero, Illinois SOUTH DAKOTA SCHOOL OF MINES 1962 ENVOY-Editor-in-Chief, '61 ENVOY staff... Ambassador Club . . . German Club . ,. Instructor- Imperial Schools . . . "Elton precedes accomplishment." LELAND RAMON BONNETT Wichita, Kansas WICHITA UNIVERSITY Ambassador Club.. . Spanish Ambassador Club . . . Spanish Club . . . electronics, horseback riding . . .Mail Receiving Dept .... "Time is to be wisely used." New -wk EUROPEAN FAN PALM MELBA ANN FLATT Cookeville, Tennessee COOKEVILLE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL 1961 ENVOY Staff . . . Women's Club ...French Club .. . Student Council . . . sports, floral decoration . . . ln- structor - Imperial Schools . . . "Prepare NOW! The opportunity WILL come later." ,Sy THOMAS H. BLACKWELL Kilgore, Texas 0 , , IMPERIAL HIGH SCHOOL, GLADEWATER I t A " K: . xx K I GARDENIA Ambassador Club: President...French Club, Presi- dent... Social Activities Committee , . . Ambassador Chorale. ..tishing, water skiing . . .Ministerial Aide - Eugene, Oregon. . .Visiting Program . . . Letter An- swering Dept .... "Enioy study, work, and play." 47 SENIORS ARTHUR R. CRAIG Nesbit, Mississippi UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI Student Body Vice-President.. .Sophomore Class Pres- ident . . .Ambassador Club, President.. .German Club ...Baptizing Tour.. . Visiting Program.. . Letter An- swering Dept .... "lt needs doing, do it!" N 15732 'gnu If I 'T yfs N, . , f rx, 3: LI A 'Iv li' ksfv N' T vyi- f xi? fx? ' 4? 1 9 ts., yt DNB ISM succuism 48 ax I I, 1- s ' ' 4 .XJ -f f- ax A A .. - It .Ms ' X 'ss u, 1 'ak S hs K XN , ,, . , . V , ' , y 1 lv 1 - -Q A. --lifts, I -' 74 Af ' , I m'?ri.j: I Q- 'pf' 14,2 ' -Q 4 -I ' A- , .' .' -. yr - , , 5 1 ..-.2,.,x. s. x, Q, 6, 1 AYP f I, ip . x ' x i xp ' . - '. M y 'r in 1 - PT' If .- If , TUV' ' x .r"Lf. u ,Q V, v, i, 1 , I , .n E -' 4 , 4 2-1-1, I ,X ,' ' - 54. 'f' ' N PT fi Q' ' V' . . 111 . , A In C. I-If f T: Nu r., X , N41 ..,.1..Ii- " . fi-' I an ,fl lzvfft I 1. .-A 'vigil--P'y 'f 4 .-ry . , . ,fgfflfi-I O :U fl 'E U , 1 N " '., K 1 x I H ', " '-L .1-fr' Nw I 1' ' ' 3. I' 5 'N s xi' .sul ' g is v , I 'ai 14 I Vfxxf 1 t 5,01 ' I l I CLARENCE T. GOULD, JR. Casper, Wyoming HARVARD GRAD. SCHOOL OF BUS. ADM. Ambassador Club, Vice-President.. .French Club... fishing, horseback riding, swimming . . .Assistant Of- fice Supervisor . . . "Patience, persistence, and perse- verance." MARLYS JANTZ Alpena, Michigan SAN GUAN HIGH Women's Club.. .German Club... swimming, bicy- cling, hiking, needlework, floral design . . . Co-Worker Dept .... "Actions speak louder than words." ARTHUR W. DOCKEN Minneapolis, Minnesota UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA Ambassador Club . . .German Club. . . swimming, con- versation ...Mailing Office Supervisor. . . "Determine your goal, then strive to attain it." BILL EASTBURN Austin, Texas UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS Ambassador Club . . . German Club . . . reading, con- certs, sightseeing.. . German Dept. - Translator . .. 'fDo what you ought, rather than what you like." ' x RAYMOND C. DICK Caldwell, Idaho NAMPA BUSINESS COLLEGE Ambassador Club . . . Ambassador Chorale . . . fishing, travel . . . Letter Answering Dept .... "Be completely dependable." ROBERT EUGENE GENTET Wichita, Kansas WICHITA HIGH SCHOOL EAST 1961 ENVOY Statt . , . Ambassador Club . , . German Club. . .photography, nature study.. .Letter Answer- ing Dept ,... "Diligence Ieads to success," 34 III , CENTURY PLANT NANCY MAE KISER Chehalls, Washington BOISTFORT HIGH SCHOOL, KLABER, WASH. Women s Club ...Spanish Club ...Ambassador Cho- rale and Octet... Ambassador Orchestra . . . Piano Accompanist . . . Radio Studio, Secretary . . . "Learn through serving others." WILLIAM H. ELLIS Chicago, Illinois WRIGHT CITY COLLEGE 1962 ENVOY Stott . . . Ambassador Club . . .German Club... Portfolio Stat? ...Social Activities Committee ... golf, history... Correspondence Course Dept. . .. "Learn to excel your own standards." my ff3fi?f.s-rg , LYNN MARTIN Lenoxville, Pennsylvania MOUNTAIN VIEW JOINT SCHOOLS Ambassador Club . . . Spanish Ambassador Club, President . . . Spanish Club . . . piano, archery, track, hiking, baseball . . . Mail Receiving Dept .... "Mistakes are part at learning," LOYD WAYNE HOHERTZ San Angelo, Texas WALL HIGH SCHOOL Ambassador Club . . . German Club.. .Ambassador College Chorale... baseball, swimming, basketball ..."Be willing to take correction." 50 BLUE PALM VERNON F. HARGROVE Weinert, Texas TEXAS A. AND M. Freshman Class President. . . Ambassador Club, Presi dent.. .Spanish Clubg President , . . basketball, hunt- ing, swimming, track . . . Ministerial Assistant -e Chi cago ...Visiting Program . . . Letter Answering Dept ..."Be sure what's right, then go aheadfl JOHN ROBERT HAWKINS Lafayette, Indiana PURDUE UNIVERSITY Ambassador Club1ViCe-President... German Club . . . sculpturing, camping, hiking, trumpet... Ministerial Assistant - Portland and Eugene ...Visiting Program . , . "Put in your best." SE IORS SARAH ELLEN LINGO Van Buren, Missouri WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY 1962 ENVOY Staff . . . Women's Club . . . German Club . . . hiking, swimming . . . Typist- Ambassador Col- lege Press . . . "A busy life is an interesting lite." ,Imi- YY' ALLEN M. GOYETTE San Antonio, Texas SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE Ambassador Club. .. French Club.. .Social Activities. Committee - Master of Ceremonies . . . Printing Dept. ..."Do whatever you're doing with your might." ROBERT C. .IOHANNESON Mitchell, South Dakota AMERICAN SCHOOL Ambassador Club . . . German Club . . . languages, travel . . . Mail Receiving Dept .... "EvaIuate your abil- ities, then tackle the task." CHARLES SHERWIN McMlCHAEL Salina, Kansas SALINA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Student Body President . . , Ambassador Club, Presi- dent.. .French Club.. .Student Activities Committee . . . Portfolio, Editor , . . Baptizing Tour . . . Visiting Program . . . Mail Receiving Dept .... Letter Answering Dept .... "Live a well-balanced lite." 5 .- f A GUADALUPE CYPRESS 4' liked QF-x 'L Q' 5' I ::L?1??L-l, .5 vi f,:+:'. ' - .-J.: I l '- Lg"-"1 1 Q v It . ' fir' ' 77: 'E'f'f- f 51 " -V ui " hh 'F-iz., .'? A 'faglf A ff?" if-a w I . QI' -in 'll V .5 ix M My QU., 'f 14,- I KX ll: V - II l" 1 . I it 5' . I - 1 I. gl ,.. QA- ..,.t. -.17 il I TI Sl 'W"..':,'L1,,. 2?2"'f' x ,jgfwngfmx-Q, v i i i 5,-Ex . wvifv' 4'5" ' - v, ' 5 xv ' M, 'I' 'I WE.-X 1, X ' 'INN ' I Q 4' ' th , 'L L5 3. fl I 46 , X RICE PAPER PLANT DARLYNE RAE LONGWILL Middleton, Idaho IDAHO STATE COLLEGE Women's Club.. .Spanish Club . . . Student Council '61-'62 . . . horseback riding, square dancing, culinary arts.. . Secretary . . . "Live THIS day to the fullest." 51 sENioRs CRYSTAL LAKE COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL Ambassador Club . . .German Club.. .Ambassador Chorale . . News Bureau ..."Put your hand to the plow, and never turn N . . gy! if I " JV - ff yf,4,'f,.: V N C, ir if - lg? IIII XX' A -3-is X Wa:'JQ? I 4 fi M? .t .N IH. N' 21:25 I-.4 :li 2? A we nf? 611 ,.'..g: .P-"-1 DATE PALM nf "fl 74", ,J . , Q Fi? 4-gv u I " -ze 543' . ' 'J ,-. .vig 1.24. ,J-.La -.ef P' - - c 1 Q...-A - .0"g fi: Wa WALLA Senior Class P ketball . . . Mail DONALD D. SCHROEDER Crystal Lake, Illinois . hunting, fishing . . . Ambassador College back." YuccA I A' IS : , ARTHUR C MOKAROW Palos Park, Illinois ag DePAUL UNIVERSITY 10" ! Ambassador Club Vice President Russian Club President tennis swimming hiking Visiting Pro A' Q, v, , portant things first ,,.r V -P A I DAVID HUGH MILLS llace, North Carolina CE-ROSE HILL HIGH SCHOOL resident.. .Junior Class President... Ambassador Clubg Vice-President . . . swimming, bas- Receiving Dept .... Baptizing Tour . .. "Why let things happen: make them happen." MARGARET LYNN MCGILL Oakdale, Pennsylvania COLLEGE OF WOOSTER Women's Club . . . German Club . . . singing swim ming, reading... Instructor, Imperial Grade School "Keep a smile handy for all occasions." M . X .I I I , L ' - '- 'N l -Q 1, f.' 'I a - a if f' .Q ' ' . N N 2 if , P' ,. ,f 'N I ' I . ' . I Q I 1 . I . 1 . l ' . . r - A '53 ,g:j,4.'-r,,,,, gram . . . "Success comes from placing the truly im- '- E,-.4 v f 52 sh L ' A of I til ' xv x r , ,A L X, If ,af f F XS," G66 s ,Q ya' 5' I if' Q rw I " 'LMA If lin' U L '- "'NY,I 'TWT ,nftlf ' , ' it xg ,,FvfQBE1lp QI X I Q 52 W 'Qffui '41 I I 7, 41 L I I F I 41 ,, l fl 'Y my f l l il I' + l 1 4 ,ll l will' -1 BANANA TREE RAY ROBERTSON ill ll Henagar, Alabama N N 2 if PISGAH HIGH SCHOOL if ' Ambassador Club... French Club . . .Social Activities -' LQ- Committee . . . hunting, fishing, swimming... Mail Re- ceiving Dept .... Visiting Program.. . "Listen, learn, and obey." MARGIE HELEN MEREDITH Camp, Arkansas SALEM HIGH SCHOOL Homemaker, mother of two sons and a daughter... German Club . . . hiking, cooking . . . "Things worth having are worth working for." LEONARD SMITH CLAYTON DALE STEEP Keenes, Illinois Milwaukee, Wisconsin WEBBER TOWNQHIP HIGH SCHOOL UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN Ambassador Club ...German Club. . . baseball, read+ Ambassador Club, President, Secretary . . . French ing . . .Mail Receiving Dept .... "Why rely UPON Self Clubf President. . . hiking, chess, trumpet.. . French alone?" Dept .... Letter Answerin De t .... "Knowled e and 9 P 9 ability are valuable when used." RONALD C. MILLER Larned, Kansas FRIENDS UNIVERSITY Ambassador Club, Secretary, Treasurer . . . German Club... First Place: pole vaulting, lightweight weight lifting ...Ambassador Chorale ...Chorale Manager '61-'62 . . . Ambassador Octet... Mail Receiving Dept. . , . "Why let it get you down?" 53 C J 14' - sm l A l so'L , 'gl' W SFIH a,.s,y1'fU S E N l O RS I 2, ,O nares- Ip' --ra-: 3 S .Q 9' aff? .Al gfrwf s f L Q I: ' 9 cb P' 1- G Q P 4 X yi x lil SP '- 'III f t ' af L my l"If't'.., ,Vit alll? 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"CorIstancy leads to achievement." 3 RUTH WALTER Portland, Oregon PORTLAND CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL Women's Club... Social Activities Committee... em- broidery, music . ..Music Dept. of Ambassador Col- lege and Imperial Schools . . . "Inspiration is the glow that warms us all!" DEAN R. WILSON Gresham, Oregon GRESHAM UNION HIGH SCHOOL Ambassador Club, President . . . Spanish Club . . . bowling, tennis, softball . . . Ministerial Aide - Port- land, Oregon . . . Visiting Program . . . letter Answer- ing Dept .... "Be determined!" ROWLEN F. TUCKER New Haven, Connecticut CARL SCHURZ HIGH SCHOOL Ambassador Club . . . Spanish Ambassador Club.. . Spanish Club, President . . . Ambassador Chorale .. reading, music . . . Ministerial Aide - Gladewater, Texas . . . Visiting Program . . . "Reach the summit, regardless of the cost.'t 54 RALPH WILLIAM WARD Rosholt, South Dakota SOUTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY Ambassador Club . . .German Club . . . tennis, weight lifting, half mile run... Assistant Supervisor, Mailing Department . . . "Always strive forward." CYCAD MARY ANN WILLIAMS Big Sandy, Texas IMPERIAL HIGH SCHOOL Women's Club . . . Spanish Club . . . cooking, needle! work, horseback riding ...First Place: women's tennis singles, doubles, mixed doubles.. . Library Supervisor ..."Strive to give, and be content with what you receive." WILLIAM D. WINNER Frostburg, Maryland BEALL HIGH SCHOOL Ambassador Club: President. . .Spanish Club . . . First Place: mile run, half mile run . . . mandolin . . , Baptiz- ing Tours . . . Visiting Program . . . Letter Answering Dept .... "Preparation takes time." ROBERT FRANK STEEP Milwaukee, Wisconsin CUSTER HIGH SCHOOL Ambassador Club, Secretary, Treasurer . . . German Club . . . Ambassador Chorale, Vice-President, . .Min- isterial Aide - Springfield, Missouri. .. Visiting Pro- gram . . .Mail Receiving Dept .... "Keep your eye on the goal," 55 Swirling through the fashion "picture frame," Ambassador co-eds make their debut with special creations in the annual Fashion Show. Home Economics classes provide the valuable experience and the personal instruction that results in these well-tailored garments. ?, -, "Forum, please come to order." A hush falls over the room as students put aside conversation to hear Student-Body President Sherwin McMichael. Assemblies and forums are eagerly anticipated by students and faculty alike. Educational, relaxing, informative, corrective-each is unique. Serious topics include admonitions to change our Way of life. The lighthearted side can be depicted by a student skit, and the educational by a film on travel, science or Biblical history. Hunting enthusiast, Mr. Garner Ted Armstrong, demonstrates both the intricate workings and the proper use of firearms. This "ten pointer shot in the wilds ot Colorado is his proof of a successful hunt. " - v Q 5 R QNX '-g a. .-, :: ' :- , Q E Laughter prevails fhroughoui X Q fhe Assembly as lhe world S traveler and lecturer Chris Gugos Tells his amazing ex- periences os one of The top- fen Criminologists in ihe Uniied States. -Q- x 7-7v A . - . A,,. it , X J? fall Who's guilty? Three freshmen tesied The accuracy of The lie deiecfor. Resulis were spectacular. f 3 A ' 1' Q as-'ff' 7 iff mic Aumr mum -...ss - TWO T THOUSA D REJOICE SPRI G FESTIVA E93 " 5255 , s , X tg ASQ X iiifigriifrfifiais Tw ? fff,-swsvggg f g . xax. X. if xv N -X X , W3 af? .. . ,s ms Y, qi ik ' W-R, rs'-m y' . if :V 2, .-,wir ., ss - "Have U seat-!here's plenty of room." Between morning and afternoon services, delicious pot-luck dinners were enjoyed out-door cafeteria style on the beautiful lawns of Ambassador College. 3 A. 135 f' :SFE A worm handshake culminates on heated doubles match. It's still c1nyone's bull! GET SET ...GO Itls Field Day! A day of thrilling action and tense excitement for all. Traditionally, the upper classmen have outstripped the underclassmen in total points for the day. Who will win this year? Field Day is the chance to demonstrate athletic abilities. A day of rugged outdoor fung then, we assemble on the spacious grounds surrounding Manor Del Mar for the Chili Party. 4 Q., QF' A blistering pace wins' Agility and co-ordination at its peak. 'Y Q afslifff l. X40 as ' ' If E . , f -A M . 1 J'f?g The winner's reward: a pin, cdmiraiion, and acclaim. 4 n Q af! fl'QCH'l1 i ef t ,X lm l Ambassadors mountain stream cascades l capriciously over waterfalls and spills into a tranquil pool, where bass and trout swim playfully. Students pause in the midst of a busy day to enjoy the view from its grassy carpeted banks. After a moments reflection, they too must hasten away to tend college A affairs. , 551: 'L'-ll , TJ? I l X ,X N fix Q.. 'QQ-N QSEQ W1 Wx M an Qgw-3 6 Quwn 'Y 7 X, ,kv .mf . -H ,. " z 1 . 1- , .- 5- n Afiwvfwew 31 ,mf ff- dy Q-'Z 'r ag , and a Q , ,..,....f .MQMNMMW fin , me ANTHONY F. BUZZARD West Clandon, Surrey, England OXFORD UNIVERSITY GUY L. Mounfaln View, Calxfornia MOUNTAIN VIEW UNION H. 5 AMES BEVERLY JEAN BAIRD RIS, l 4 s' Ng UQ :L gn -X, DAVE ALBERT Wausau, Wisconsin CATALINA H. S. Fresno, California FIzEsNo CITY coueoe J U I O R S 'I I "-5' , : ' TIE'-,-g . . miie ' Egg bsv E .-gg,-yi 7. , L 5 S- Q Y- b. Q I ix 3' -' it X ' I - , ,L r' - . Q A T' s JY' ff :A ,,-1. -Rt.:-g"' F2-7,1 -- 5 WILLIS JoHN BICKET ii sifgsf-.gg:gQ3q,,, ,Q,g,sgsi4,,x,,sq f' - - f f- X' s wi 1.13 A A liek, Zion, Ohio M UNIVERSITY or ILLINOIS ' ,5 .if U E ,:, , , E -s f I A WW HI? I i,,i,i LWLMM , ,ff f IL pwwkxkm 1 ,J r1IIlMi25I i Iiwfi I is y I . -1. , L ,A -V . ,h-.-, f i? 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I 41 n O -1 at 1. 7 of aku" ' I I: 'J q -' 'APS , V K , ' I M ..-,',j:' V b 1 ,ji-if irga- 1 " A .,,uf'J' H xx III xf Q 1 li x ff X ,xx :Eli I s R E' S. 1:1 X If N I al X Hills' ii K 1 1,3 -Q Q, I1 , .3 -u-:nu-1 Q 11 'NIT-if I-...fi vu'-W-:yt ORS ANKENBRING WILLIAM F. D Seottle, Washington SHORELINE H. S, E CAROL CUNNINGHAM kofc NORMA VIOLET COWAN Memphis, Tennessee TREADWELL H. 5. JANETT North Do Thompson, THOMPSON H. S. JOSEPH M. DAVIS, JR. Marion, South Corolino UTH CAROLINA UNIVERSITY OF SO ,,... I-rf' M RON GOODWIN Alton, lllinois ALTON SENIOR H. s. A M ' ' K1 .R ' 3 I , MARGIE EVANOW Chicago, Illinois NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY MARY MARGARET GUNTER Bend, Oregon IcENNEwIcIc SENIOR H. s. JUNIGRS DAVID HALPAIN Sf. Joseph, Missouri BENTON H. S. , ' I M ' -as JAMES L. HAMMONS Keytesville, Missouri KEYTESVILLE H. s. ,S g : 4 I -'11-li - 6+-in MW? I 'II V I I I I I I I II II I III III I I W, r I If I I II AI I I! y I I ,I ' i LeROY RENE DIEM Ottawa, Illinois UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 'Rm 4-o"",A CARL D. FRANKIN Dowagiac, Michigan DOWAGIAC CENTRAL H. s. IVY EDELBACH pos ky, Min nesofa I SCHOOL WAYNE HOWARD DUNLAP San Mateo, California COLLEGE OF SAN MATEO BERNARD HUGH KELLY Waukegan, Illinois NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY JERRY S. HORTON Pasadena, California IMPERIAL H. S, '1r"""" TOM LAVENDER Cisco, Texas IMPERIAL H. s. Wg X up ' Y - ' 5 mi' fs?" -'R g A Q. SEQ' at 5 2 lr E 3 P In 3 3' Z Ni- f 5 5 I T -1 'L O' " KD I I-39 1 g 0 ,,, rn :u . m Z IH In ,,, I 'Qi is -fi- I L 0'- l In Wifi lilo-' LIU'- l l Q I 'Iv,f..x L' I." I-E121 ' A14 A , Ill 5I'R'R'Ill H: ,f V will ,Ill l' fi ""f5lJ 4- lu . T l' .' ,J --:9iZ'f., Ali-I ,AJ -I ., , J . 1.13-bl J' 2359. l' Ml? IfU'7'IIIi5?-5' L ' . I - I L ' 1 L' ' l ve, I mlm fr Iv, . iw, ' 1' I lis , , i I,l"Q.f gf., I X T .-U, 'x5'.I'glI'6lgW I 'yn Il I OC 'N 7' 'If'-3ln'i.4jyl,I - 'I tl H Q ? E Jlil' 5 A QI. , I '-Xxx ,1 A 291, ,pwwf 1I"fX l. II, i h 54 I ',',., if I jim, , 'PIIIII , ' N . W I : MZQM,-,, -'i.,Ex1Lf:?1I,5 , U . mile, fi., 6,114-hR.,4,f' 'I gi, ' I Quin. mum, I,M,f,p4' ,M JV 'Iggy .QIYJV hw ,IQ 4 1,-,.--,pg I ,, J, N, ,,v ,, 11359, . Q, ILA' -Eli, 'TIN - Qvgbggjf, IQ, I Il'I'z'r-:.:.:, f -fd ",14'?- lffliu ' 'g-1,221.5 g-I 0-JIM I 4 ' fm, lsfg., "'?.r ax, -' I I "I f --f IWW' ,IZ-'IH llll Ilim-U If I FREDERICK C. KELLERS SI. Matthews, South Carolina UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA - AZ:-1215? -4- . , 5 WQ GLORIA ANN JENNINGS Oneonta, Alabama SUSAN MOORE H. S, BETTY JO HAYLEY lg T A Memphis, Tennessee - HUGH Monson H. s. '5' " , i , . IW w "A ax.: . .. Sm'- :Nt Iaxixu av g, - lx Y x y awe A 4' N sxlmipgfz.-Q . x1?l4'5i C -. . , X ., . X x xxx ': X. 'X X x - x X l ' su s , N is E Q 8' I . , ffigsggkg Xi n U' ggkiie , ,, X RMBRQMMMQ fif "'2ei! JU IORS DWAYNE LONG Riverbank, California MODESTO BUSINESS COLLEGE ROY O. HOLLADAY Charleston, Tennessee BRADLEY CENTRAL H. S. l 71 EARLE G REESE Port Matilda, Pennsylvania WORTH TOWNSHIP H S BETTY YVONNE ODEN Oneonta, Alabama GADSDEN BUSINESS COLLEGE EILEEN M. MCKINLEY Kenton, Manitoba, Canada BRANDON COLLEGE, MANITOBA 45- 1 A ,xx rm, A XVN .- - .. --511 - "X F' X' xi JQANNE PFUND Cr xv .Wk X e, Y Q: ft' F 915' 'X X 1. N W, ?f' J V' Oregon City, Oregon :J "- QQ-55.2 Q1-IUHi'.s.: IMPERIAL H s - Q A 435. ' iI4:5 N 5 if X ' ' -. S! Qaffi'-F - Q I MA. -on Nix, I .' 1 2 . f. ' ' 1 I' - .mg ,XJ rigx I .5 - P I ' X' x Y Q .EgeQfQ.1M'Q NQKXSI , Q T ix Qb- lx-, 550 -- , x gl X is sl X 11, -iitqxvk-sv.e,L-tis. - L, S ' ' N x "M, --.' R .w'1v -xt- , o -4 it 'fry .',i"-"-Iwi. ,,v.x:1jLj,-, X H, in, C qyv. It-'JU -Q ll Aix, A-, ?'1f,'f., ...1:'ft'.' L I I : 2. I' if - QR- A 1-4ff.I,"!' ei ' r I I 'T T. ,s" '- TE? A I 'I 1" M I 327515 'J N." . ,in -its 4, A - if is-.ling o h--- 45 - ,A iff' '55,-1 A- - ff -if it-.-t-1,4-1.1 . B - :O . I iss 14.nsAq. ani! I.-SE NAL X. -3 t Nj-'f'5l2K.i ilgl-,ifu-x' 'Nf.. :- Numlg'55i5iaN:v,.iYil?:lqfS.3A'Q.: W I i:":lif' 1 ' 'II "SL: X 412955 ' fl' 'T ' ' .. 53: Megs Mr-. T, , if Q ,ze Eff 'X N . A -also-:v..x-N Ogg.-.,s-og xg El- EQLY, 1f:i1! g1ii?Q,-QQ:.,-gx..F- - I gf .. - ,g e -G-L X- , -5 -rp-A 'xpf5TE11t"'. f-- E 4' I . ,.., ,.,,. I I - YV A 4 ,,.. - " LIE- WY nf A - elif, ' 1 ' ,J-Ji 1 'F' 1 1- N A f ROBERT J. PETRY Alexandria, Virginia MOUNT VERNON H. S. 72 'Nw' ww MW., DENNIS GENE LUKER Plymouth, Michigan UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE JUNIOR CLASS PRESIDENT EDWARD ALLEN MARSHALL Oakwood, Oklahoma EAST TEXAS BAPTIST COLLEGE JUNIORS 'VPS- PAUL S. ROYER Canton, Ohio oHlo STATE UNIVERSITY JOHN E. PORTUNE Arcadia, California OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY 5 ji' 7 JOHN DANERI SCHROEDER Coronado, California SAN DIEGO STATE COLLEGE JOHN R. SCHROEDER Kenedy, Texas UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS I E,i ,V ig EEE oE EEEo E 2 I I o E E F EEEE CONNIE SANDVOLD Kansas City, Missouri WILLIAMS H. 5. JAN RUBIN Milford, Conneciicut MILFORD H. S, WILLIAM S. SCHULER MidIo1hian,IIIinois BLUE ISLAND COMMUNITY H. S. f 3? 1 1,31 531, fam? W?M " lf!! 'I I 12, r 2,1 x' ,Mizz +- 7 1-rg ffziligzb La r mf! .4 - ,ff in Q .f " if VA - im ' I I III III I ' ' w A . - MI ii, v 6 -.--., 5 ' Q 45.5. AIIII --" fi . fi" 5a 1 '1r,if '5'INIII SSI fffii-.1',...,. e-.Q-f I5 'U 74 5. 3' I I Q ' J U N I O R S vfilk JOYCE FAY SEFCAK Pasadena, California IMPERIAL H. S, ROBERT LEWIS RUXTON Kansas City, Missouri UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS MARILYN RUSSELL Lufkin, Texas HUNTINGTON H. S. WILLIAM HENRY SHREWSBURY Utica, Michigan SOUTH MACOMB COLLEGE . ,7- ' ' f. , gs 'In' f-ff? I- 52" . -X ul f " q'Qa 'J' 'h,':L1- .N " f .ss ,,. f. c ' L .-if x N- I I sf, I zignifzks gff P' 4 N- I' QM Y' "V-,,-, 'Q 75 'RNA JUDI UNTIEDT Aurora, Colorado AURORA H. S. 'WU-ul' KEN WESTBY Seattle, Washington LINCOLN H. S. .IU IORS I we x I CAROLYN FAY TRAVIS Cedartown, Georgia CEDARTOWN H. S. GRETA GAYLON SMITH Pottsville, Texas PoTTsv1LLE H. s. WARREN H. WAIAN Los Angeles, California UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA ROBERT E. STEPHENS Barlow, Kentucky SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY .1 ef W + L fx -as-we -x3'.i""i X- , y ' "-2' N- , -ao P K--A . -1 Q -- . Q. PS: E' - - P -,Zgr -v ..-N W K QL gg - ' 0 wr l X if : - ' - F v -'4ri"'T' 551522 wi " - N' ' - Q ' . f H , 5- , x L QQ - -wifi' iisiuwfm' v"'.1 ' ,A I E i-ff 5 1- : Q' 1- me-Zia -'1 H1 'W Q X' Q X 'illlli JH .Wi ' ' 'beth N or ' Mi-ri'-5'--lf? hw ' Jzif:'Qv E I ' , :.,, Xt or I 5 X je erik -542 J '?? Q ' E fe A .f 'L B' 2 in b 3"'1 " L 'T' fwifmiiwzum. if ' v E V ' Q70 - i - llrn. Illli , if " 13" i i'Y'i'lIFliL'mUWflUWUmI' K 1 I E, E vs- , fii'mii.. L ll ' ' E -, ' . age miiwii.iw iw MQ I Allan xiw 0' 2 " ' ' i i Q ' ' 4 Y , .ip 'f 'E -5 'tii'iiWi' A S , ii i , ii in w' Q-f eil' x,f'X 'S E Wi ,J C'- 5- E X :- rg-Elffillgg, H71 ,ie .UL ., .' .1 J "A j? mil- S ,V ,jim-i f ff? l"f? QvfQ1iQv51a-:'.2jQQfI7'Z2:2 fb iii! Y5'lil'0liafllllEIOICOQIQFI E ' 3' I3 iis'Ef:fgs22l- 'mf i 5 I 1 ,i.,i Q LVM, - 2 pi I 5 2 I . H H av 1-1, ii L ' i E 'iii-giaigisif 'Z Q ' W , 1 i iv. efivggszn, '4!2':1 .J Q 1 2 wi + E- -'If , 1' -' "Tl CI,-LZ: fi i 'gi i I le if H 2 ii E7 nfl 'fx L i . .ell S i H 5- LQ i iii 3. 'Z ' E E I .laik :Ag , +24 l ' f , - ,VZ-.13 vr - - 5 f " 1 ,' S , is Emil T- llmlllllllhfall Y i,I,,,i f X X X I, ERNEST L. WILLIAMS Johannesburg, South Africa KING EDWARD VII H. s. ff" 'Q- nw MONA ZACHARY Shreveport, Louisiana NORTHWESTERN STATE COLLEGE PAUL J. ZAPF Festus, Missouri FESTUS H. S. 77 Pebbled walks, specially lighted for the Faculty Reception in September, wind their way among towering fan palms. Bril- liantly lighted rubber and podicarpus trees mark adioining walkways. The planet, Jupiter, brilliantly dominates the ,clear evening sky, Soft strains of music and the gaiety of the reception in Ambcssad tumbling waters from the stream. or Hall combine with the sounds of 59 -' if.. UL.: t.. at-:.g:.,: ' . 95 74 -:fit y X 4+ f f at , CAMPU CTI ITIE More than classroom training is required to become a successful Ambassador. Leadership, personality, and character are developed through Campus Activities. An exotic array of temperate to tropical plants surrounds Terrace Villa with an atmosphere of changing moods. The entrance is canopied by a South African dombeya tree. Potted cycads stand as sentinels on each side of the doorway while a cluster of bird-of-paradise plants dominates the foreground. This rich green foliage, accented by white Corinthian columns, is situated in front of beautiful Terrace Villa women's resi- dence. A short walk around this exotic garden reveals choice plants from around the world. Those who have traveled in Malaya would find the large broad leaves of the rubber tree lupper leftl very familiar. From South America come the pep- per tree and banana tree Ccenter backl. The European fan palm lfar rightj was brought from the Mediterranean. .lust beyond the rubber tree is the cabbage tree, an unusual plant with long slender spike-like leaves. Southern CaIifornia's des- ert-like climate is superb for this magnificent variety of plants. ANNIE MANN Hostess in charge of Mayfair. Living in the women's residence Mayfair, Mrs, Mann is the very close friend of our co-eds. Whether they come for advice or counsel or iust for a woman to woman talk, she is always a help and encouragement. Really concentrating - over I00 busy students ponder questions on entrance exams. Time out. Many thoughts pass through the minds of freshman students before they receive their next entrance test. Ready . . . set. . . start your freshman year. Incoming students from all over the nation gather in the Assembly Hull to ofti- cially embark on their college careers. Dean of Instruction Hoeh gives pointers for the days ahead. "Let's see now . . . Spanish, 4 credits." Poring over their schedules ,Sf Grientation Excitement mounts. Students arrive on the Ambassador campus from all over the nation. Classes are soon to get under way. After Orientation, new students meet the challenge of Entrance Tests. Then, new and old Ambassadors select and register for their courses of study for the coming semester. A thrilling new year has begun. 80 Ambassador co-eds select their courses for the year "What?'?!I You mean I have to go through the line AGAIN?" R gistration "Everything seems to be in order." Registrar Herrmann skims o f h ' ' ' ver a res mans schedule before the patient registration line moves on. "Should I sign for section A, B, C, or D?" l le CCNA gel d Room' O 'S sf-ltedu Rvsewo A studenlcheck in me Smiles broaden as registrants approach the end f h l o t e ine for a check of finances Last stop - the College Center Book Store. With all their books in hand, students are now ready to start a new col- lege year. Wx TIME FOR 'X . . . . . ' - ' Y Ambo1ssodor's picnics have many olchvnhes-ecxhng, playing, HUVS U qvffk refresher I C00i.i9':n0nC'd'e- There 5 Pien Y sunning, swimming--even hemrning. Every spore moment is f0" all fhff57Y P'Cn'C 90e"5' put to good use. f 'S - 2 .f f if' t .f ' 7 Eff' g 18111: I ir ' 'Q llil t 21 H . , ,- . , A its ,,,,,,,s ' r . " - 'V Y V. , or ' t '?"' 1 " . . A " , A g1,-' 5 ",g . ff' ' . ,W , 2 Egjlf f V ' j g, LLKL- f-.,. -'Q t i ,.,. .. I 3 Q M4 Miki? ,iris We i ,ALL .f ' 'f r -r ee i Yes. WHO U W' oPs o careful n :re Proves Ch H ow. Walking Udvehfurous Q enging 10 Ambassadors. many The Freshman Get Acquainted Picnic is the "send off" of a new college year. Strange faces soon become familiar faces and timidity fades as each expresses himself by participating in swim- ming, ball games, tennis, horse shoe, or trying to walk the tight rope. Ambassador is fast becom- ing their new home. - Umm m 'N Healthy , Qpflefife make fried chickens 5:21 ,lgforczl outdoor bed f Wwe Us U Y Qood. s nf" A Warm and lasting acquaintance between faculty and students begins as the college year opens with its gala Faculty Reception. Beautiful music resounded from Ambassador Hall as colored Hoodlights blazed across the campus. Hundreds admired the newly com- pleted Water fountains and their mirrored reflection in the pool. l.et's get acquainted! No longer stares upon, freshmen students start warm friendships. Passers-by on South Orange Grove Boulevard are attracted by the splendor and beauty of this magnificent sight at night. Towering above the heads of guests, glistening fountains add an atmosphere of dignity. t sal' 544 ff! .Scenes d bebindihe - 7 . f o """' K ' M i :Weds tion' bossodor Pveporo Am Ambassador Hows color ffqm th . dazzling ch d - richly com le ltghted italian fouq? .eller reflects rofnbo Pement this ,com pan. The wl-,gre one 'YS of O SGP Peruvg nc' 'U95 GH mahogqn y. 'ir A discussion of events of the college year in the formal An elegant setting -the sunken gardens at night with maiestic atmosphere of the Faculty Reception. Ambassador Hall in the background. Fountains send streams ot' brightly lighted water high into the air. MBASSAD "ls there any new business?" President Craig asks members of one of the eight men's Ambassador Clubs. AN It's a ioyful time, when the Russian Club gathers around the piano and sings favorite 'folk songs. Mr. Pestana tells the Portuguese members about his native land, "A small, picturesque country, filled with gay costumes and colorful flowers." , .,.. G x Y V' W We A M f Z ff X? .,.. X ff' Q Qs if 3' ,lk ,, W2 ' Www, ,.,iVx ,v wwf' X ,kwa in F QQ, 1' ,f Ladies Night-Our co-eds are welcomed to the Tuesday Night Ambassador Speech Club by President Clark. ' if 1 :jg -6 mf ff' M Q f .A-. 2+ li ,xt It it Ulm sw A night to be remembered commences with these beaming faces. Flowers are exchanged and faces light up with ioy. An evening of dancing, gaiety and laughter is about to begin, which will long live in the memories of every Ambassador student. The Sophomore and Ministerial Dances were among the most enjoyable evenings of the college year. On the nights of November 22 and january ll, students and faculty stepped out with their partners to the Moose Lodge in Glendale for an occasional "John Paul jonesn as well as the usual ballroom dances. A dessert of delicious Danish pastry kept everyone coming back for seconds. in.1wAnm'wu1im.1v "' 'lg' - t-in 1 1 The Moose Lodge sparkles with smiling faces as everyone puts his best foot 'Forward and dances the two step. Waltzes, cha cha chas, fox trots, rumbas and sambas, plus a fast polka make the evening pass quickly. A full panoramic vista ofthe dance and its vast sea of people spreads out before musical entertainers on stage. Q' The vim and vigor of bygone days is "Bugler's Holiday" flows out through these trumpets recaptured by our barbershop quartet. as students give the orchestra a break. Q , A real live rock and roll show? lt's all in fun as laugh after laugh responds to an attempt to "demonstrate" this modern fad. A picturesque ballad lends itself to the Melodious voices bring back scenes setting of beautiful music and dancing. ofa snowy wintertime. 'lk I' 9 -fi .rj Ll t if 2 ,f Z' Tense moments are brought to life! The frantic, hair raising account of "Driving instructor Meets Woman" is portrayed vividly. Nerves are frayed on every cor- ner and stretch of the way. After a treacherous ride, persistence wins out with the lingering words, "When may I take my next lesson with you?" QL Z' ,Z ff" , K Z -,?'-' 4' fi , -5 .gr ,S X ' fi if-if' A ' ' A i tk' 3 F - ri- 45' K at .x tt ,if Qi 7 f X Santa Catalina Island, just a few miles off shore, is our destination. A two hour tide by boat and a hearty lunch of cold chicken with all the trimmings, All arrive safe, sound and "rating to go." Boarding the "Magic Isle" for Santa Catalina. Pigeons in Avalon's main square are grateful for the nearby popcorn stand. Land ho! Our first vi island from the ew of the bow. If's only an electric car, but it will travel AvaIon's city limits-the only area open to public driving. Houses built from ship hulls, Spanish haciendas and Indian styled houses fill Avalon, the city recapturing the atmosphere and beauty of "Early California Days." The gorgeous colors on the deep Pacific end an eventful day Ummm. A drumstick meets Mr. Clark at sea. "'SEf"!W!F'1"!"': ' Mike and Marilyn for anolher "Shall we call him Parson Brown?" head for lhe hilllop ioboggan ride. The bus is a mile away buf fresh mountain air renews vigor and enfhusiasm. Five in ci chorus line accompanied by accordionisi Doroihy Ochs Hill-climbing, the non-professional way, is demonslraled by Ernie. f X it A G- N ., ,D .1, ref .9 gt, -w V, I K 491. A Y . . . . V as We if ' , 's ' A t W it W Ai hw H, , A -s ,t :ff . ,,, at , if ga , - Delicious hot chili, steaming spiced punch, delectable pofato 'fi L salad and buiiered French bread nourished and fed the hungry. ,Wt Wheee! Away we go! ,xwT,, .h L6 E A i' K One, Two, fhree, HIKE! A-'ru""' M. zu ' ' 'T' A football scrimmage A - H K xg in the snow. t ,D ,, L , N gg? K ,f i iff' M ,V a. , J lfkrky . if Ski enthusiasts glide along the ski trails as wind and snow wash their faces. just across the range, toboggans slide clown the slick run-producing thrills and laughter. In the late afternoon, snowflakes blanketed the area. Amid this snowy setting an entertaining talent show was presented- a finale for the clay. 89 -A- 7 tillzfi igfrysgz, . , if 'uixigjff 'ilwliii u E K1-. cali.-Sf. X1 i f 1 e u Fellows gel into the aci-harmonizing Nimble fingers produce beautiful melody. Time ora un p. for a Saturday nigh1's gaihering in gf . . . Singin' our song - side by side by side Ambassador HaIl's "Rec" Room. h le members as They banquei A "Gay 90's" almosphere delighfs C ora t decorations in the Assembly Hall. amidsf Turn-of-the-cen ury Any place is the place for music- even ai an outdoor picnic. Fe, Fi, Fiddle I Ohl. ..a cozy tire adds warmth to the Recreation Room as songsters blend their voices around the hearth. 1 Sounds good!! "Southern Bells" unite in beautiful melody to the enioyment of those gathered for Mayfair's Southern Plantation Dance. i others "entertain" elsewhere. Plunk . . . plunk "Would you like to hear an original recording by the great When YOU Sing - - . sing Caruso?" Music rings throughout the home of Mr. Herbert W. With YOUF WHOLE l'IeC1f'f. Armstrong as the entire Music Appreciation class gathers for an evening ot stereo. The speaker is "one who knows" and can demonstrate as well as answer the eager questions of the attentive listeners. A 5 Demonstrations add clarity and zest to the program and develop a more personal interest in the topic presented. e'-fs it Welcoming the Club is just one of the hostess' many responsi- bilities. One responsibility is developing an appropriate topic into a lively and informative program. A co-hostess assists in planning the program, assigning speakers and appointing special committees. "Women, better able to serve God through hospitality, cul- ture, and femininity," is the theme woven into all activities of Womenls Club. This thread is apparent in the topics chosen for each bi-monthly meeting, topics such as good grooming, nutri- tion and fashion. It weaves graciously through the special pro- grams and through the welcoming Tea planned for the ministers' wives during the January Conference. Every activity is designed to encourage sincere warmth, poise and social experience. Each member has the opportunity of being hostess at one meeting and sharing the responsibilities it entails. Friendliness and sociability are the keynotes to this Tea. Meeting and becoming acquainted with the ministers' wives and other guests makes this a very scintillating afternoon. Young women develop and employ poise and the finer social graces in an elegant and hospitable setting. The college year is over and students relax, remmlsce and discuss plans for the summer. he The Annual Brunch in the cool and secluded Lower Gardens. A hearty break- fast of fruit juice, scrambled eggs, beef with mushrooms, hot biscuits and butter, and fruit cobbler with coffee is quickly served by the Womcn's Club. Faculty and students converse and sign autographs in the '61 ENVOY on this morning of Commencement Day. Thank you, Mr. Armstrong, for the autograph. Our Editor 'For 1962 signs a new '61 ENVOY, 'sf'- YIM: A breakfast with friends. 93 DER , I J h-4 i if X-1-:tx 1 f- ' ,W , A' Y x K fr' 3 r X, XX - ,J ix .lain - Q' fl?-,YM - --gg , 'X Y Y, o -XX: sr:-Q -so X K ...Q X Pls 5 S' gf MXN i.4x --T-- Q J Elegance unequaled-Ambassador Hall's Faculty Dining Room glows with warmth amidst fine rosewoods and beautiful furnishings. Richly stained teakwoods and masterful paintings provide an outstanding setting for regular classes as well as for quick moments of study through- out the day. Music rings throughout the studio of Mrs, Martin as students use the music facilities of Ambassa- dor Hall. "Let's sing." Vocal talent is developed in Mr. Ettinger's walnut panelecl studio. '7 v LARRY GENE ALTERGOTT Windsor, Colorado COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY SOPHOMORE KAREN ANN ANDERSON Tacoma, Washington WOODROW WILSON H. S. lk I I I fnk SUSAN ARMSTRONG Pasadena, California IMPERIAL H. S. vig VAL J. ASPENNS Chicago, Illinois FARRAGUT H. 5, SOPHOMORE -'I II 'II 1 I N Ti ...,, ,,u EEERR ??-'Z K., , Ill Q-f" Y l'- - V' 7 W P4 I I "1 I I I Il! A-. N ,I .Q , Al - 1 .nik M ' A N. if P 2 ui I "l"y4 Z 'ln' Il nl -....-....-. ffl? , Q ,,,gf P X DONNA M. ATKINSON Couderspori, Pennsylvania MADELEINE L. BANSEMER Brookfield, Wisconsin BROOKFIELD H. S. SOPHOMORE COUDERSPORT H. S. SOPHOMORE UNDERCLASSMEN LIBBY ROSE BAILEY Middleton, Idaho MIDDLETON H. S. ANNE BARNES Springfield, Missouri PARKVIEW SENIOR H. S. 5455531 GEORGE J. BARRETT Wayne, New Jersey NEWARK COL. OF ENGINEERING SOPHOMORE I .I . . z . ,.T AQiA- ' .- K -I ff, qi I , .i,, ' I A Y .... . ' f' MARY JO BAILEY ggi' II fTs'!E'.Je:0: G' 1,3 ' V I, t ,,.., A . . A X .459 if 1 JERRY LYNN BAKER Kilgore, Texas SHIRLEY BATTLES Knicsone JUNIOR comics Pc1SGderw,CDlif0ff1i0 IMPERIAL H, S. SB W :L VA Ig sf I , ,L-:I-I 'f 3 Q Q qi . Z i :Ty I X Ax' I' l x 4 T A ' - "Y, 'f" ' E, - w"?sg4'F IQ QI' S f 5- X Ctjfvff ,ya iTi'OCq1 E E A fJW35Vf1Yg wg. , ESE? B Z-SWMgof fi, f s- m lb QQ? ' 'z :et-g1s'z.g1--"I'-egyffz. 32:1-' .' " , f k. '- I Q .,',,,z "geg'1Tilgf5l', 365' -9.3 '5 Z, ' 5' 's - .uv I. -:.-an 5wizvg:v',..'l,ief.ef1'.' :f- Q.-4 f fa M 'A ef,Qi1.Q,'f I5 Wg' 53 ' 52597 . ff- - ' fl' 44: -'P' 1 3 3 ii , ',A?JEisfi'4"l-qmJrQF.2'9gggif?-.1 7' J' . f 'og -0 'H J 4 5 sq' :1.':h3-fe-BV-Q.-H -',. - -- - 1 -"- A- 4' ff-. 1. was S2 at-n '. 'af O- 'ag I ., .r.Z+s' , A iid, "'-H"-lg-f5'rfit of ' ."f1" ff' ' fi" ytff' 11371 u:,q 5 p . '32QQgQ55 f,f c: f- A A ' of f' . mx' is f . fa -kxia-Q 59 California The land of date palms, giant sequoias, sprawling orchards, and the Rose Bowl - that's sunny California. Sprawling vineyards, beckoning beaches, snow-clad peaks, and the glitter of Hollywood manifest a pro- ductive, plenteous state. ff' :Z . f 2 lil ill. , l ? N4 ff? 4'- 1. 'Inq I",I4I.I' . CONNIE LOU BOONE Union City Indiana l MISSISSINAWA VALLEY H. S. H0 '-1 , ia Q. lil! - g Q I- I A 5 .31 9 a PAULINE ANN BAXTER Bloomfield, New Jersey BLOOMFIELD H. S. dur' WILLIAM CLYDE BOST, JR Newpori News, Virginia NEWPORT NEWS H. S. .aw QP ROBERT FRANK BERTUZZI Fredonia, New York FREDONIA H. S. FRESHMAN CLASS PRESIDENT QM MARIETTA BOXLEY Newton, Illinois NEWTON COMMUNITY H. S. SOPHOMORE ps. DAVID L. BIERER Unioniown, Pennsylvania GENEVA COLLEGE Nw- YM... WILLIAM C. BRADFORD Ponchafoula, Louisiana PONCHATOULA H. S. .H t, , ,Q,,,vv"TRi yt, ... W sz. , 3' . f S. ARCH BRADLEY Sunnyvale, California SAN JOSE STATE COLLEGE H X xx ,f X C Z ix x X 'f MLW XX f ll X . J ML f GINGER ANN BRAMHALI. Z fl' Hartville, Missouri I XX HARTVILLE H. 5. j QM i soruomons ARI-ENE BUNNELL f -'ii-7 f ,i C New York, New York f WASHINGTON IRVING H.s. f i sornomons A vqfl, u , l s"zD'f5 UNDERCLASSMEN JOY ANN BRYAN Baliimore, Maryland IMPEHAL l-LS' RITA KAY BUTLER Corlez, Colorado CENTENNIAL H. S. SOPHOMORE 4502! A sw W N... A N 'wr pal! CHARLES EMERY BRYCE . -QV Mix ,, Tumpson, Texas Q, , . we ,. ' - ' UMPSON H S GERALD nov ckosweu. Longview, Texas 41 A MAPERIAL H.s. kb X Q M.: NORMA JEAN COKOMATCH Republic, Pennsylvania Irving, Texas REDSTONE H. S, IRVING H. S, ALLEN DALE BULLOCK FRED ROBERT COULTER San Mateo, California COLLEGE OF SAN MATEO LAURA JEAN COUNTS Pray, Montana PARK COUNTY H. S. SOPHOMORE CAROLE JEAN COX Jonesville, Louisiana BLOCK H. S, SOPHOMORE CLEDA DEAN COX Janesville, Louisiana IMPERIAL H. S. J!.fX f X if! g SONJA DANE Roseville, California ROSEVILLE UNION H.S. X, f ' fa f '22 Ckil' 1' A s i- A X cb: Xlll as I ff "Tb 9 D ' E 33 X 5 j X ir X J CHARLES RONALD CRAIN XX XX X K IIA Tk, Gladewoier, Texas I 'ig IMPERIAL H.s. X XP X' N I J XSS. I '44 A i I' XfNx' 'fer g et ,L A .eeswgs -so C X Q , x xx :X is K . N 5. X Q x . K 'Xxx I X - XXX C Y XS c X X i W I X NSXX if x '- F Q25 X sig X as X 1 'Rf XX ' X Pacific Northwest Lumbering pines, towering fits, rushing streams fuse in the fertile, green valleys from the craggy slopes to form the scenic Pacific Northwest. Ambassadors from the Pacific Wonderland have seen Nature in its purest form. u ,A D Tj '727?E' - , r . ff? .7 Z ?ii7if"' I E7- M "i'f??fi'ii ' W J , E DAVID A. DAHLGREN San Gabriel, California IMPERIAL H. S. 5 3 MARY ELLEN CRITTENDEN Muskogee, Oklahoma MUSKOGEE CENTRAL H.S. ., Z 7 , A if 2 i KAREN KAY CURTIS Oak Creek, Colorado AMERICAN SCHOOL FRED DAVIS Tucumcari, New Mexico SAN JON H. S. HILDA JOY DAVIS Jackson, Mississippi FOREST HILL H.S. SALLY ELLEN DAVIS Duval, Washington SEATTLE UNIVERSITY SOPHOMORE 697' -if ,:. ' ' 9 i , W, 'TT X74 2-J 1 , Q ,, fe. --4-ii i- E.-f Y , ... LQ, GARY SWAN DEMAREST Old Tarpan, New Jersey NORTHERN VALLEY REGIONAL H.S. SOPHOMORE Gary, Indiana HORACE MANN H. S. som-iomons L1 .ff - -- CHARLENE sue DOUGLAS 5 :ii 73, , , L jg? K Y x 5. 4,,W -. vin J-H3 ,,,. i:,., .LLA,Z ,'V:AVL.1',,- , T- " I X I I , L I' ' H ,fan fa A-J y' ' w f -tt"P1Qff1' A fi ll' ,. 'T " ' I ' , L-L, fig, L my do I T Q ' ee I ai L, Tb ,- Roaenr mcx I 'ff e ' ei I l .. i - Y, '1 Pasadena, California will if I " ' : i X 5' I - -' .Y IMPERIAL H. s. A Q E ' ,' I ELLEN ARLENE ELDRED S' ' , 5.-:E , ,gf Puyallup, Washington I x -'W PUYALLUP H. s. V fe t "" , ' 5 5 5' 'A' ' - I O H - - , , as as -f I 3, Irs, .AF 'P-vi -1 CHARLENE D. DIEM QS' Ottawa, Illinois 'ii OTTAWA TOWNSHIP H, S. o,HoMo,,E evA muon S Boliver, Missouri BOLIVER H. S. SOPHOMORE GARY WAYNE ERVIN Kenosha, Wisconsin KENOSHA H, S. MORSE H. S. SOPHOMORE SOPHOMORE JAMES R. DOAK Amarillo, Texas 100 ft L if KW' ETQJT ' ii: A. at X ' ' -r X - 4 ' ' T' if' 1 an F XX- ' . l u yu X , . . T:-isl e fa'-:B - . Qs? - , I 5, - 'i' .L ff -Wi : ' Q51 Q31 JXXTS-5 -- , are--H' ' ' J'-7 : - 1 B at I E - lt- un Great Plains "O beautiful. ..spacious skies...for amber waves of grain" aptly describes Americas Great Plains Roll ing hillsides speckled with grazing herds and waving fields of golden wheat testify to the enormity and greatness of America's breadbasket. LAWRENCE EVANS Bloomington, Illinois BLOOMINGTON H. S, JAMES McKELVY EWING Seolfle, Washingion QUEEN ANNE H. S. SOPHOMORE ROBERT E. FAHEY Cleveland Ohio FENN COLLEGE JULIUS FINK, JR. Tacoma, Washington LINCOLN H. S. I .l f f Y f 'rw E EE ,J ' 1 X Y ' ' ng? UNDERCLASSMEN H I ld! 5 3 I v X ROBERT L. GRAY Milwaukee, Wisconsin ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY , w Tvs LEW PAUL FLATT Cookeville, Tennessee CENTRAL H. S. SOPHOMORE 4 ' 'Nw . f S...'sf-r Q . Q MW? 1. 1? X STEVEN JOSEPH GRAY Lake Oswego, Oregon LAKE OSWEGO H. S. 3 L . - ' S- 1 'wgzzfiff In a JUDITH ANN GUNTER Bend, Oregon KENNEWICK SR. H. S. WILLIAM G. FREELAND SOPHOMORE Denison, Kansas DENISON RURAL H.S. KV JOAN GOODSON Gravelly, Arkansas FOURCHE VALLEY H.S. SOPHOMORE ,ls 19' JAMES G. HAINZ Milwaukee, Wisconsin SOUTH DIVISION H.S. SOPHOMORE I DeLEE E. HANS Turner, Oregon CASCADE UNION H.S. SOPHOMORE WEN RONALD GENE HANSON Williamsburg, Michigan mvense cw sms Great Lakes states by steel m111s belchmg contmuous SARAH HANSON Longview, Texas IMPERIAL H. S. DALE HANWAY Columbus, Nebraska UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA LINDA MARIE HERZOG fm' S 2 SHARON DAWN HAYNES Butler, Indiana BUTLER H. S. mg? 1 1 K Eli -E Q 'ww ' I I I+., i 1 rgigi-E9 1 HELEN RUTH HOHERTZ San Angelo, Texas WALL H. S. C. ROY HUNTER Los Angeles, California IMPERIAL H. S. fqo....,.f. , K? f '71-I ns UNDERCLASSMEN MARCIA 5. HOUGHTALING Miami, Florida DADE COUNTY JR. COLLEGE KEITH M. HUNTER Kansas City, Missouri SOUTHWEST H. S. 45? JANIE HUFFMAN - Beaverton, Oregon HILLSBORO UNION H.S. LLOYD J. JAMES Golden, Colorado GOLDEN H. S. so , bV Qs! z fa gg E ?f'f s Q gl ,155 ' 'i""f0 ill ,l QM UH ,gn ,Z ,Q nf , ,, E51 f " ' A ll WERNER O. JEBENS Homburg, Germany SCHLEE SCHULE, HAMBURG DAVID GEORGE lonia, Michigan IONIA H. S. .fan BETTY GAYLE JOHNSON Palos Pork, Illinois CARL SANDBURG H.S. SOPHOMORE ' JON HUGH JOHNSON Kewonna, Indiana KEWANNA H. S. LANCE E. JOHNSON Knox, Indiana KNOX COMMUNITY H. S. law' VXA T' fy gy M 54255-' 212157552 35 1512521552252-sfs,':e2 fs2ifis2'g g.iTfgi gg.g P 32351253',:,,-25,5132-fwz f 2,:.v..,m3f1f-2 f.wP22im552, . , N , W' 7+ s , ,wif . .. -' J . if ,fff ' V ., -li JANET CYNTHIA JONES Greenford, England MANUEL DOMINGUEZ H. S., CALIF 1 It' JERALDINE ANN JONES Ebensburg, Pennsylvania CENTRAL CAMBRIA JOINT H,S. SOPHOMORE CAROL M. JUDY Fresno, Ohio BALTIC H. S. SOPHOMORE GEORGE H. KEMNITZ Milwaukee, Wisconsin RUFUS KING H. S. SOPHOMORE CLASS PRESIDENT 17" CONNIE KOBERNAT Albuquerque, New Mexico ALBUQUERQUE H. S. 104 A Z ff ! lg Z ff ' wif 'S T' X-,...f'fy izija ff V Y T diff NSE? I Xlf--ixxia v--1: ,ij ,5.,-- " Yxigefg gg gg Cyglxafrjf E 'gf ,f fig. z Off-.LL wif Xa- he AYKAX Vi xx -gf-if ,E Jlhfbff D :Q ,i f - rx V-nv - ' ' E KA I M ,SS f-R f- fx UNDERCLASSMEN ,I 41 I 2 I A ? I I 2 I " nyIu, umm! IE M- "':II'Kf,i"f-Y'i ,,,,f5 LUCRETIA ANN LEONARD Longview, Texas IMPERIAL H. S. SOPHOMORE EMIL MICHAEL LEVY Oak Park, Illinois DRAKE UNIVERSITY ARTHUR W. LANDING SQPHQMQRE Chula Vista, California H Q SAN DIEGO STATE COLLEGE ' ' E I ,A , K' f . J 2, 4 BERNICE LAVONNE LANGE Hamilton, Texas HAMILTON H. S. SOPHOMORE BOB LAY Kellerlon, Iowa IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY SOPHOMORE ,4" I11 I 'WI ALDAH ELLEN LINDGREN Escalon, California ESCALON UNION H. S. DOUGLAS DEAN LINDLY Eugene, Oregon UNIVERSITY OF OREGON my hs, x I-Qs' SHIRLEY E. LINDNER Milwaukee, Wisconsin MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY , If 1,-5 5 xi' . PAV ii ,1 I . ,569 ' I 5::5 . . Vxw91l. -s "' f , I L . Lf sv' '-f 'l nqu li New England States The quaint, colonial brownstone cottages and grace- ful stone walls coexist side-by-side with ultramodern skyscrapers, expanding industries, and the honking horns of an exploding metropolis exemplify the active life of the New England area. Il A ecrr for ssii ' X i2Zfe i9f P93 if CQ- xy-f nj LINDA ANN LOVELAND gsm LEE ANN LIVENGOOD Columbia City, Oregon ST. HELENS SENIOR H. S. SOPHOMORE it ,Avg Y I y f M1 Q I PEGGY LURUE LOCHNER Pasadena, California IMPERIAL H. S. SOPHOMORE 1. . 1' . rx gg .. .1 , . I I W3 1- if 11 mi- . .f f e f . . r 3 . Ii lv i ,I 5-gif V . Q., fx , V fi? ii A In MV. r t. V ,,1.,.M- DAVID K. LOCKE Bellingham, Washington BELLINGTON-EDISON H. S. soPHoMoRs 132, ,K ... fi. fy, I 5 -i ,'. S ff? f ug.. -fe---fr DIANA LOUISE MAJOR Pasadena, California IMPERIAL H. S, SOPHOMORE NANCY GAYLE MARLING Paris Crossing, Indiana INDIANA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE SOPHOMORE JUDITH EVELYN MARSHALL Paxton, Illinois PAXTON H. S. SOPHOMORE Jef oUlUfh,Minnes0ia ANNETTE MAssEY DENFELD H.s. E Pecos, Texas PECOS H. S. 105 "'--- gsm- , ffii-5--V-,f 1 A it '4 ill I Ny ,:. ' IX is ii V f O ' r 'eww s KENNETH J. MATTSON ,K RN, xiii 5 W RUTH E. NEITSCH La Mesa, California I Ox Q5 nj' ng A1 A 5 - gnc 5 Vernon, B. C., Canada HELIX H.5. . ,W , ---A fa Iill , Q! 'H , " SCHOOL OF NURSING ALLEN GERALD MERAGER ' '15 'i , l' i .2 'Q ' A ROYAL COLUMBIAN HOSPITAL Seattle, Washington -, I, If -. Yi Q L if-1fgYN ' BALLARD H.s. ' 1 I I f i - " - fl 5 72 2- 57" I F?E.f4- Y I J H55 f F tame- A . I by """"f UNDERCLASSMEN gk HENRY D. McFARLAND, JR. CAROL ANN NESTOR Redwood City, California Finleyville, Pennsylvania LINCOLN H. S. MONONOAHELA SENIOR H. S. GEORGE EWALD MERZ Christinenfelde, West Prussia CLOVERDALE H. S., CALIF. SOPHOMORE ,A,. RONNIE D. MCNEIL I bg L BILLY NETTLES High Point, North Carolina I 15 , W Douglas, Georgia HIGH POINT SENIOR H,S. -3, .-1 SOUTH GEORGIA COLLEGE SOPHOMORE WILLIS M. MILLER S Norman, Oklahoma IQ OKLAHOMA UNIVERSITY X ,inf P! Liv 4' ,nav 1 L I f . ll . f ,I M . I SCARLETT KAY MURPHY DONALD A. MEADORS McConnelsviIIe,Ohio BARBARA OCHS Otweil, Indiana MALTA-McCONNELSVILLE H, s. Milwaukee, Wisconsin OIWELL H.s. wAuwATosA I-I. s. soPHoMoRE Q. . - x,. I' , W Wa VhfQf?:QxLI:I, .I A Q-4? ., Hg 5.71131 ' 1-3 . A42 I if 1:2 2 'Wi ' 1 I , :ai 5 J I gp. -'. ' 1- 'we '-Ikelli., ,, , A2 ' ,gg , aah. 5 f ' V fin- :I I 'I APN M65 , hwy. I H I I-L., :I i Higivieh- f r, "'- I'-f ' 4' f , '4 I ' ., -S.. Wi? 'r w' '-WTF? 3'- I li gi., Lizlraihir 12- vit? 'Yiilegx egg QQ' 552 , "J, AQ'-1 Iii' F QXQBA QIII -I - 34,35 I --t has its ' f 'I "Id I few' 'fr' iii Z -. f , 14. 'fa-I 1 : .gigff ,ff f 8 I -- - If ,ff , 'R..5i:75:aN-aff, -A-as-e:'g ,I- f , 2 ' f"' Jw f- Jigznmqff .QEV AT -.imap , , 9 I' ' - fri? gifs. f gs f E 1' s T if IT' - I, egg.. A A 4 t,g,,..- -Y 1, . .I -r - if ff ff- f 4- - 2 1 ' I lmw3F?FEsfe ig if? I I .gf I 5 gg JOHN WILLIAM PETRISOR ' Xlf " X fig Monroe, Washington I IIII' it X o u.c.L.A 'lvbt ' 494:-sb --B . ' I' X f JUDY M OLSEN 'Ji' J H It A- , '. . ,i:3N,fFLa!xQ.:,- JJ In X X L Anse, MIchI9o1r-I 71 " " 'IQ ' l X XX X VANSE H. S. . AI it f i A SOPHOMORE -' 1 '-4 I 1 f' Illf llv lf it I :I A ljyl If 'Y I pew, -X r efvr QMW N q R il: ll F - 1 'X Y '," , , N I ' mfg N f-,fr H nawfew Wei 'W - 54.8 I ,ggi I T x I 1 Q . , Q l -I III ,1 ' ,I TM 5- X ' Qi an XII X U . l l, VY.. , , I ,I 7 up ,, O gg rf 23: f 'Q VI A A I T1--1"" y ' -E-2-j QI, 1 T H- i GARRY D. PIFER ' 'E :FI I ? - vi-'J Gays, Illinois j - N- 233- . .1 M I, M -f gi! SULLIVAN H.s. Q- - -exon QT- ROGER 5-.PAGEL soPHoIvIoIze er A .ff ir T'1.-,:?.--- : Glencoe, Mmnesoto I 4 .I Y . A 4?-ge-f h ' '1 - - GLENCOE H. s, " T'-f'f1f,KA - 4, -' , 1 R -- ' .... -Q . MV I- GI. A ip 4 , , - . M -- w-.it YV Blue Grass Area From the warm, family atmosphere of the "Blue Grass" region come Ambassadors packing nostalgic memories of 'lcornbread with black-eyed peas and plenty of Southern fried chicken." I .I" """,iQ11Q' Y- i X' " 1-,!,5-1155 ?-. s. , - vibe V! fl, aff ' : H E7 '-'lf-A-f ' Quik ' ' II' ' . , -Q ' - 'I' N , ,I ,vi F" , f'!1T"l" ,I fi- , , , K u fr e ff e Q' f ' , ' ' ""'-'-, "1 -T1 ' o E -2250 - K1-rjfi , EMILY MAY PEASE Eos? Arlington, Vermont ARLINGTON MEMORIAL H.S, PATSY ANN PATTERSON Tyler, Texos IMPERIAL H. S. 49" 5 DAN WALDO PORTER Baltimore, Morylond FRANKLIN SENIOR H,S. GARY DEAN PRATHER Boulder, Colorodo UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO MARILYN JOANNE PRATT McMinnville, Oregon MEMINNVILLE Hs JAMES D. REDUS Riviera, Texas RIVIERA H. S. SOPHOMORE ,Egfr--X .5 Q15 DONALD LEE PRUNKARD Washingion, Pennsylvania WASHINGTON 8. JEFFERSON COLLEGE WALDO REEDY Peoria, Illinois MOODY BIBLE INSTITUTE SOPHOMORE ,J-"' DENNIS E. PYLE Glcldewater, Texas IMPERIAL H, S, PAULADEA RHODES Springfield, Missouri AMERICAN SCHOOL Southern Sea Coast This land of sleepy alligators, impenetrable Ever- glades, and resort-peppered seacoasts holds many attrac- tions for visitors. Ambassadors from this area are accus- tomed to many land-locked lakes, towering palms, multicolored orchards, overflowing with huge lemons, luscious oranges, and tangy grapefruit. f':' -3 J-fi CQ . I . Jr , gfrftfi I fd- I xx ,S . ,X , W , ig "QQ , I sf- E' r,-, E r ff ' - aacr I r ,,, 2 ,,kgE: , .Q ,,,,, I A i PATSY JOAN RIEGEL JEANNETTE ELLEN RAETZ Dodge City, Konsus Momence, Illingig f DODGE CITY SENIOR H.S, MARYCREST BUSINESS COLLEGE SOPHOMORE SOPHOMORE 108 if I E' fl I 5 Iv L my IIN in f Il RONALD RAY RILEY Coleman, Texas TARLETON STATE COLLEGE 'Q , A K . 1 I. f UNDERCLASSMEN JEAN MARIE RITKE Milwaukee, Wisconsin CUSTER H. S. um..-f' -..-:Fw QQ-. . . Z-R '-Q-, uuwuanazaqau-f 4. ...nr Q- ' -qi-.4.Agl.a.varA4A mmwu 5 - -ll.:AlllAluAfa.rAr,,,,1,.l-n LEONARD ANTHUS ROBINSON Aransas Pass, Texas ..,.,,,,d,, V -...fn-.,: , , , ARANsAs PASS Hs Z. --t'.31:'p,' ,f if 5 . .dnlllgq 4 .1- Q--E., ALICE MAY ROTHERY Portland, Oregon DAVID DOUGLAS H. S, -rs -X, .MQ . 'fir ij. MICHAEL EUGENE ROWELL Carrollton, Texas CARROLLTON H. S, JUDITH CAROL RUSSELL Lufkin, Texas HUNTINGTON H. S. ROBERT L. SALMON Brookings, Oregon MADISON COLLEGE, TENNESSEE JIM JAMES RUDOMETKIN Alhambra, California 'W--in DOROTHY ANN SCHEFFLER Meadow Grove, Nebraska MADISON H. S. ,......., If rg. skllll ll ' ,,, jig' ,L f -ails A 4 fill' 'W K 0' LOS ANGELES CITY COLLEGE I 'Hb 'Y f :gy-V-'fffl BETTY RUPP 4 DAVID ROENSPIES Dayton, Pennsylvania FRANK SCHNEE Lombard, Illinois DAYTON JOINT H. S. 5? iikk J I 41, Hagen, Germany GLENBARD H. S. PORT CREDIT H. S., ONT., CANADA IVAN L. SELL Melvern, Kansas MELVERN H. S, fl vi? 4 .L f + if l 155- P' xxif rf il' r Y 5 R' SHARON LaVONNE SHEPARD Modesto, California -S THOMAS DOWNEY H.5. g?f Q LYLE SELL Melvern, Kansas KANSAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE lj' frf, to dxf ESTHER RUTH SHREWSBURY Utica, Michigan lMPERlAL H. S, WALTER SHARP Leavittsburg, Ohio WARREN TOWNSHIP H.S, SOPHOMORE CHARLOTTE YVONNE SHEPARD Modesto, California OAKDALE H. 5. SOPHOMORE 110 MARGARET FAY SILVER Barss Corner, Nova Scotia, Canada NEW GERMANY RURAL H.S. SOPHOMORE N. ,ga JAN SIMMONS 53 Vkkh gw' yn Littlefield, Texas Limeriero H. s, UNDERCLASSMEN I 1 A . 1' ,Q if DAVID ELMER SIMPSON Louisville, Kentucky LOUISVILLE MALE HIGH ry we IX - ,W A ,, We -V -L T, , 9:1 I s f xl 2 fegfi- X Q 1.1 if - fax --fri? TERRY A. SMITH Salt Lake City, Utah GRANITE H. S. SOPHOMORE OPAL JANICE SPEERS Sunkist, Oklahoma PORTERVILLE UNION H.S, Indian Territory Prodigious, marshal,-like rows of ponderous oil der- ricks, grazing herds, and multicolored zifrifacrs produced by native Indians- in ways, Olqlahoma's O.K.! Valley ofthe Rio Qifande Many a delights 1i 1i Rio Q Grande Valley! ..t its cfiitflelbaiicl spiidwling E, cotton fielcliif ofinorthern New WW 5 Mexico and2fBig the quiet this A 3 robust .section iiinarure-loving, eeil Oatdoor Ellnn ' , type. A iei. A A an 1 KAREN ouvm THARP . I Lynn, Indiana LYNN H. S. PAMELA ANN STURMAN Utica, Michigan UTICA H. S. was ANITA EILEEN STAMPS FRED L. THOMAS Pampa, Texas Piedmont, Missouri GROOM H. S. Q CLEARWATER H. S. M luv' nick EDWARD suivuviens ' 5 Moab, Utah MESA JUNIOR COLLEGE fi' JUNE DOROTHEA STEENSEN BARBARA JEAN TISCH Findlay, Ohio Watertown, South Dakota FINDLAY SENIOR H. S. WATERTOWN H. S. WILLIAM H. SWANSON SQPHOMORE Denton, Texas IMPERIAL H. S. Q. som-somone X i -S " Ei '1:.',,g: :IWW ,... ALBERT L. SWEEZO BILL STOUGH Anoka,Minnesoto JOSEPH DAVID TOBIAS San Francisco, California ANOKA H. S. Brownsville, Pennsylvania UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SOPHOMORE BRASHER JOINT H. S, SOPHOMORE ANNA GRACE TOPASH Galien, Michigan GALIEN TOWNSHIP H.S. TOM TOUSSAINT Newport News, Virginia NORTHAMPTON H. 5. HELEN TRAVIS Cedartown Georgia CEDARTOWN H S SOPHOMORE iw .aa-vs- A wie- 522994 - . . -Y . .JI '- l Yl7l!llF 2 A- 106211 - 54332 2 , Q V V fd A Ssgega Sinai. -4f,F?..3g?e esbslapre. 4, X 83135 'H :fx f I . I. i"'I'Z .jr -'fffi 'V'7" ' UNDERCLASSMEN of AX N9 52 0 Z 24. 4 ' . Q 1 X f kb! LARRY VAN LANDUYT Pritchett, Texas IMPERIAL H. S. SOPHOMORE l mltlhk -, g if DON WATERHOUSE San Angelo, Texas IMPERIAL H. S. SOPHOMORE CHARLES PALMER VORHES Bridgeville, Pennsylvania DOLORES MARIE WELCH Sand Springs, Oklahoma CHARLES PAGE H. S. BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY LYNDA MALANE WALDEN Section, Alabama SECTION H. S. 1 40 - F f f r if 'Q - - I .ff I 3 . fi I ,. 2 1 eg! t.fQEma M . 3 " ANDREA CAROL WANN Fanshawe, Oklahoma FANSHAWE H. S. ELAINE ROSE WENDZEL Erie, Colorado ERIE H. 5. ROGER W. WEST Elderon, Wisconsin WITTENBERG H. S. GENE WHITE Moses Lake, Washington UPPER COLUMBIA ACADEMY SOPHOMORE kx.,.,,e'j ,f,. 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J ALL , I ICE ,N ILIIIL 1 I, if wr ff l' N , fi Q ' : I .'IllllllllllI"' .llblllllldll Mllln , MM X 'ml' L, LY!! fly f if 'f 5.1-' I ' "' 2 . gg I 'L I, ,giggfggg fg,,,f ' I Milly I' gl H. WAYNE WILLIAMS W 1, L 3 ffm' I Sun Valley, California ',g., " X X f , X I I , 3 X I gl ,ln I II VERDUGO HILLS H.S. 'Mgr my ,jlilgkgivxlllxmh ,i I' L l. zu' I Ill gf ' IPL! Egg GLEN VALDEN WHITE soPHoMoRE :?AijgIq94'5.'w,.-ik? ' ' 'llll E yi l EE Seattle, Washington 45.-gg,.f'4-:.e'M I lg ,L , it ,. . ii I-ia.LL91iz?idifggQ.' ' ' .' W- Lx FRANKUN H- 5- Ti 25111- ei , i k- soPHoMonE Southern Sea Coast The land of riverboats and leisurely fishing-the MISSISSIPPI Basin has held its charm throughout the Midlcndikxcs MIDLAND H. S. GERALD WITTE years. Many young men and women have journeyed Mm E. Wncox from this richly historic region to become history- EASTQ,f,'jSQL'fQQ,',Q3'fLfl'.j?jfQER5,TY making Ambassadors. . NK' N .5-J 'IW-prkfix V 8 Y -if GARNETT A. ZISKA lil f-+ ' S on Ellensburg, Washington X' V ELLENSBURG H. s. nes vIvlAN KAY WILEY SOPHQMORE Dallas, Texas '- ' EAST TEXAS STATE COLLEGE . , Lea. "' "Ze, 1 , - H6222 lg! L4 - ..g,, . , ,E -f , p. V' 45 . If:- --L-- "' e'-Zta LZZIWLQ WMI "5 235 L25-1 14:25 ni- rm. , -... - .. sg'-' Ewa, ,, I . . II ' .al.L.,..I:: 5-ff----.5 5, .. HQ .mm fu .f,m1,,, Dian. ,ui ul- tummy: IM I .f'ff4 Li2.E."I I .. l fl I . l.. fl2gI,,,la:l. 5 ,I XS!! 'llUIlLll1IllIivL Ii-'LM f l ,T -4 , rg 2' - ' f fgflizzaz ,,,., Ji-" '--C BRENDA JOYCE WILLIAMS Big Sandy, Texus J. KENTON ZLAB IMPERIAL H. S. Modesto, California SOPHOMORE CALIF. STATE POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE the Sunken Gardens Of Ambassador Hall A spectrum of colors greets the eye as students meander through the SUNKEN GARDENS for a few relaxing moments before the next class period. Fountains are illuminated for night scenes. Passing motorists on South Orange Grove Avenue frequently pause a few moments for a better view. This breath-taking scene is in keeping with the traditional Ambassador College atmosphere of cul- tural and inspiring grounds to aid in producing a true appreciation of the beauty of nature accentuated by the creative talents of man. '1 - V- W, 514, , .' .I-ppl. 1 .4 H W4 ,K Y. Nc. :,x...g. W 'hw' -A Xa. ,, 1X V wi.. 1, 1 N .nl ...L- - gf. A5,.,,,,!g,r F f fp, . Y? .I xx in . WMM V"Yf-lwm Mwwh . A . ,qi- FAX.: , iw., X 1' wir 1 iw wx'-n TX, ,Q F' L , "Mk ,f av. X .KJX A. ,vw 1 'K' " S-wqxang, -' , I ,r':::'1".-,g,-1: v ' ' n, ' " hx HY? f . .w-fr'5"-HW! an '-Swfq X M 24?-'xi .5'e',-ifmffxa ' ,fr . -, ' WMA. A., ,fi-,jf.i.w.Tg.,5..-5 . I 'wh w...x-..., - 1-vga ' V, ' " '51,.'l,,Q- ., Us A 1 1 QQ b li ug if ' , V, . -Ai . N 34. 3439! ..., . w We K, mf- , , .. I4 2 x AM. X . E . X ' vxk iq-, - , .,.T,,.1s. 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FR If up wif l H' if x .1 a 0 .X 4 ,f-f'4f'!l,ff"'4f!, I tg. t l -' l' H ff"f , K C , if "1 K K - lk Igllrs gli! ' Y l ' Ml Wi ll W' :Xwixx NWN XXX F T f N xx Nw NXXXWxllll4l'i f1 ' , l K Wl it I L f. , V , Uk ' O If H , 1',.,, , - N I l -wg, , ,M lf, rw in Q 5, 1 W 5 A A HEARTY TEXAS WELCOME. Speakers convening from states east of the Rockies add flavor and variety to the spiritual meal prepared for this audience of thousands. Here minds are filled with inspir- ing objectives, charged with zeal, and spurred to action. Life becomes full and abundant. Spiced with wit, analogy, and humor, a thought-provoking feast is enjoyed by an atten- tive congregation. In sober concentrcnion, the vast audience records with pen cmd ink the knowledge cmcl stimulating challenges fha? are fo be used in productive, happy lives. .4 Qlt...AtQ.n A "hot" curve ball chal lenges any batter's skill, "Let's whirl this one around together." Memo ments "Remember the Good Old Days?" The Festival Concert of the Ambassador College Chorale transferred you in time to the golden era of the GAY NINETIES. Bustles, bonnets, buttons, and bows, high collars matched with spots, derbies and handlebar mustaches mad gay and colorful show'-a refreshing flashback in American fun and favorite songs. Joined as one voice and blended as carefully as the light flufty cakes that grandmother used to make-the Chorale's presentation was a highlight in the festival to be remembered. Under the superb leadership of Mr. Leon Ettinger, this was a most successful Festival Concert. e a romantically Jie rw tgp.. lV,."n... gg Tv-- ' E 1 get 'M-A, s able 1,4 'ni ,- 15 A w to Refreshing sermons, old and new friends meet- ing-a grand feast long to be remembered. y JT'-Q r sm yt . W X ',. A - V ni., ., . s., Af-gui' M -, Z -W el, fm it r ws., r , , he ,gi -L f, 1 W, Q 4,555 - V n Lg- K. if e.'3AexggiVrMLk k FM "'gl"'g' 125 1-3?4ffQw'fr1,,.fS'i3,g fb? 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'VL , 22,312-1P'qi: 51- fx.-W.:-ffz,::gvj , -A 1 f ' lfwf.-.A --fyf ,W www, f V ,,, f,f,f4 , ,p,g .K qv. 'xfflfi' f' Ming .V "fi 91153: J 1. , ,, X, 5? -.W ,. a,aa:a 515 -4. v... ..... ..-.. , - ...r U, V , """'- n-.f.... s s m u k 9' V- l, zzpis. V-:eig'v'o:..asn1-vffcwlf .3 ,-. wi ' f Nd 4 FORE ORD ucked away in the quiet outskirts of l.ondon's "green-belt" is one of the busiest and most booming enterprises in Great Britain - AMBASSADOR COLLEGE, U. K. Bursting forth from amidst briars, underbrush, empty stables, and bare buildings, this now-thriving institution has doubled in size since it opened its doors to students in the autumn of 1960. With a growing work in Europe, Asia, and Africa, a need arose to found another Ambassador College to prepare trained personnel to serve the ever-growing list of co-workers with literature and counselling. ln early 1960, the offices were opened, temporarily using rooms in Memorial Hall. Then, in the autumn 35 students en- rolled for classes, instructed by nine full-time faculty members - and another Ambassador College was born! Since that time, the College faciligfies ehayefgrown continually. Last autumn the student body swelled to 65 in number- now taught by T5 instructorslifffikjay, we find modern classrooms and an outstanding library in a beautiful and cultural setting. The professional quality recording studios located on the grounds are equipped to take care of radio broadcasting needs far into futii?egBesides all this, the greatly expanded office, now occupying its own building, auickly processes the of letters received from the many European and African listeners of THE WORLD TOMORROW ofvTBHE PLAIN TRUTH magazine and the AMBASSADOR COLLEGE BIBLE CORRESPONDENCE-GEjllQlBRlSLEi Jeef recently, new haghfquelify printing equipmem has been installed in the printing department to facilitate the increasing demand for the many booklets and fepflnl Ofilcles belngrsrpvbliihedr-A A 4+ t 'T ttp, .L :il A 6 6 B With the adveritfg ltt Qfrilifvlrland more"powerful means to preach anrieliitiiblish the time ilii G ospel, we look forward 'to the rapid end eemfefeed growth of me new AMBAssAL5oR, COLLEGE. - it i,iiill 6 A R I K L ,V I it . K .. Lj?:15...f . . Q . , J . sf X ze, ,,e"' e,-.wif K, f. A Ni4s.,.,5Sf.:i.3 e. ,ri ,. . .K ir 5. ., 3 .. , u fy! " X3 2?g"f'fi'V:., 1,44 fri? .JY 1" 0-O'lf ,if 7 I P1 4. flzfifi S F? , ss f W A! fi ' WM, FJPJX JW, AM41' li? ljfqn! gig 'Y ,f ' Z WWJJFN If f f 0 " V 1 MM4 ff W. I Z . . 2,1 f 5 - ip' 5, 1 f y. ' , v , 47,177 is .. .. ,ff If ,I l A , Z1 fnff 'fffy 6' . K4 'NX Z' l Q , I if ,f,, . ,xi Y! f is . I , if N., 'gc f 'sg ' ' I This picturesque, snow-covered footbridge crosses the winding stream in Ihe Japanese Gardens. For pictures of these beautiful Gardens in full color, see pages 162 - 163. .-N 7 X W f ,X mf r 'cf W 1 ff f' , Z ff ff K 5 X AM' X Q..--rg-1.,.....A .., V" fb ilildlif . ,aww .. 1 Y f ar fff7? ' 'v- ,N -as -i , .wx , 5'-'.... A A Wiz . 1 K .Z ff-ez' , -mw imyef. fx.: 14smff:.Qewrs: J Here is the Music Hall sifualed in a winlery scene. For another view of this building in full color in Cl summer selling, see puges 138 and 139. , u-xifm "iA qilllgllll .. ZA .,. f gifmv A Statel 61110 NM, ' 1' 'll!V?igK'xx v .,s p , Q ,fic i Hall fn' Mr. Richard D. Armstrong's portrait keeps silent walch in Memonal Hall. asf This sparkling foun min welcomes you upon entering the main enlrcxnce. FACULTY DR. BENJAMIN REA PRINCIPAL Professor of Theology, Spanish, and International Relations. Speaker for EI Mundo de Manana, The World Tomorrow Radio Program in the Spanish Language. 4254149 ff' ERNEST L. MARTIN College Registrar. Professor of History, Geography. Instructor in Theology, Speech. I' ix-.X CHARLES F. HUNTING Controller and Manager of the Business Department. Instructor in Theology, Tennis. Director of Physical Training. iz .......ww-1-'-4-"""""' RAYMOND F. MCNAIR Pastor, Churches of God in Great Britain. Instructor in S eech p . Men's Guidance Counsellor. ,.an. DR. KENNETH ABBOTT Head ofthe Music Instructor in Voice and Music. Director of the Ambassador Singers. HARRY W. HOLYOAK Instructor in Instrumental Music usic Department GEOFFREY E. SHAW Instructor in Voice K. STAVRINIDES Instructor in VioIin 138 Above: The building onthe right was formerly the "Hunt- ing Lodge" ofthe Yule Estate. By completely remodelling the inside, can ample assembly hclll ond o practice room has been mode clvcliloble on the ground floor. The upper floor is partitioned into three studios to occommodote o voriety of musical study. The Music Holi is situated beyond the sunken gardens, providing on enjoyable cmd refresh- ing walk for students going to ond from classes. Left: Artists' sketch viewing the Music Hull from the eost. 139 SHIRLEY A. JONES Librarian. Instructor in Library Science REFERENCE ROOM Besides ihe Britannica and Ameri- cana, sfudenfs have ready access to French, German and Spanish en- cyclopedias. Bible helps and many other reference works are also available. 140 From this department can be pro- cured informaiion on any of the many varied subiecis taughf at Ambassador College, t A, viww V f-1' J: 9. . B K sv' 7 Y -, Q 1 I j, :rl i, ' gi' I"1'.l 'f WV, V, y, x I 'f I, '- lil .. - iw if 'A A L K- K K .I A :Q A 3 f V l' F el E Www ' 'ia 4-3 MTL, , , , L5 U J' :Q V I Q' , I 9 , V Vi , T X ,ii R we my ,, ,al-as I W I M 'Vx-.V may , x L E i , if ky, , ' Sy s 7 we R ,,w"'v E - E A 0-, 'Tx in , N ,iii ,L ili Hi : L- E 1 J inx 1 2 illilllllillll mm Wllllililllkllii ?'f'v'i"f'll'llIll l LEON WALKER Secretary to the Principal. Office Manager of Spanish Department. Instructor in Typing, Spanish. 0n.,,L K V .. ---....,,,,,,- JAMES WELLS Letter Answering Department. GERHARD O. MARX Associate Editor of DIE REINE WAHRHEIT. Manager of German Department in Britain. Instructor in German. DAVID P. WAINWRIGHT Professor of English, Composition, Literature, and French. Office Manager of French Department in England. Assistant Registrar. ROBERT C. BORAKER Director of Letter Answering Department. Editor of CHURCH OF GOD NEWS, British Edition. Instructor in Journalism and Typing. ENVOY and PORTFOLIO Advisor. LY bf' The iowering sentinel of MEMORIAL HALL. If The spcirkllng mantle of fhe Mall. 0 m WJ. X NM: L 'Alb X 05 BN f X il. mf' " - W - ' "XZ ,gia rw "- W Q .Am -fl' ie 0' 3 W" N The J Carpet . . FNS fa! xx uf 34" , 1 F xp ff f X X , 0 w' Js 4.:.,: Aff 'TQQ 1- 3 m Q' KI 'S 4 xfxg '-G X l . -mb Xxx ml, X 'X .5- -f 1 lv- ? ,, Q 1 L1 i ' nun lg 'X ,DQ W 1 4 M W 5294? I W f l v Ur R if 4, Wx Zi, nl A1 M I H.. . if " X53 W? g 41 + u ,, MHAKXQ W YW 1 ,,, , 7 ,,, WM ,fx QW ,AWA WT ,ww W In,-A MX .MQW X l f igv5 4b PX! ,LJLQ ' Q2 , I 1 'Q ! f X. IETJFHX. 2 N M04 xx M ff! Aa figfkyl r X X QQX "fi, N' 1 7 Jr 4 a Q f f , F 3 61,7 X620 Qrxq X x I f ff Q P Mf , I X x ix f 2 . u f X QI I f X XD X Q X -. 'ff P X0 X W 'S' I X .., X U -4 :fs X X wal X-- - -- iii.-4: ,, , - l- : .----+f+ --1-l.i,k Q 1 -f-----4 - -i- .., .. i.-1 I ? E'-' F ' X 7 SPORTS DAY 'P P 1961. tudent Activitie FIELD TRIP to Houses of Parliament A ?.:. .g 145 146 , 'k EH ik . chanting u End of Term Dance. The Music Hall was transformed into a breath of Spain, complete with o "Senor and Senorita" mural and Spanish rebets turning up at the intermissions. if ut' fuk Scenes of a memorable evening for Am- bassador co-eds. Our dances keynote vari- ous themes and even places-Spain, for instance. An invigorating evening, scintil- lating conversation, and tasty refreshments for all. EN gning 4 'k 'K -Y- 4"i4k+r 1+ 1+ if 'ki 'K-K-K 'k 'V-K -x 'k -K 147 From left to right: Frank Brown, First Year Class Presidentg Ingrid Satermo, Secretaryf Dennis Pebworth, Student Body Vice-Presidentg Robin Jones, Student Body Presidentg Edward Smith, Third and Fourth Year Class President: Jeanne Haley, Women's Representativeg and Michael Bousfield, Second Year Class President. What do the members of the Student Council do? Each week the Class Presidents and the Women's Representative met with the President and Vice-President under the supervision of two faculty members to discuss student problems and to plan future student activities. N4 H W X if x NWIAJ 'X' KLA? 2 7 EV! X I J 4 x 'n w ,- my N w w iv M, X JV 44 , -w W Jr f ll l -2 L 'n lx W, X, J X141 W H ,11 I U x S 51141, -B- R GERHARD O MARX Hagen, Germany Pioneer Student of Ambassa- dor College in England... Faculty Aide . . . Manager German Department... Associate Editor of DIE REINE WAHRHEIT . . . PORTFOLIO Staff . . . Sermonettes and Visiting Program . . . Baptis- ing tour in Germany and Dodge City, Kansas, AUSTYIU- U.S.A. DENNIS PEBWORTH Student Body Vice-President ...Lecturerin Piano . . . Vice- President of Wednesday Am- bassador Club . . . President of Spanish Club ...Sermon- ettes and Visiting Program. 4th Year Student 150 ROBIN G. JONES Epsom, Su rrey. Pioneer Student of Ambassador College in Eng- land. Student Body President 1961 and 1962. PORTFOLIO Staff 1961, Editor 1962. Sermonettes and Visiting Program. Baptising Tours in British Isles. BENJAMIN R. CHAPMAN Woodland Hills, Calif., U.S.A. Pioneer Student of Ambassador College in Eng- land. Manager of the Recording Studios. President of Monday Ambassador Club. Editor of 1961 and 1962 ENVOY CEnglish Sectioni. Sermonettes and Visiting Program. Baptising Tour in British Isles. '55'1'F"-if 'S . -,. . 1 4.:g'. - ,. -.. .., . . a'.'. ,. n'- ,. ii L'-'unfsf I:s:... The Graduating Class of 1962. These students can look forward to a busy and enioyable future in the Work. Jack M. Pyle Gladewater, Texas, U.S.A. f " , I If as The third year Students have- one more year of : training at Ambassador their life vocations. -79 College before they assume LEFT: Janet V. Barnett Searcy, Arkansas, U.S.A. CENTER: Colin J. A. Wilkins St. Albans, Hertfordshire. RlGl'l'l': Jeanne A. Haley Salem, Indiana, U.S.A. J 7 ,J , Ingrid E. Satermo Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. rd Year tudent -Jjiz Edward Smith ff X Lambeth, London. fi Third and Fourth Year A il lil Class President E I 151 W, V.. -W ., Us es, gpg cf . V - Q Lf? :qw ,, 'M5'g.w, A 4 ,395 ,mh- TQ ' T - wrt ,. . in ,wr me f. ff, . :' ' 1 ij, jk ff: S, ,.., , W , T 1 13+ PRlNTlNG DEPARTMENT This department, under the capable direction of John Jewell, employs one full time person-H. Hoffmann, ot press to left-as well as many students. John Butterfield, at the center press, is a late addition to the student body. His wife works port time as the department's sec- retary. RECORDING STUDIOS These modern studios, under the direction of Beniamin Chopmon, are used to record The World To- morrow ond El Mundo de Manana radio programs. 152 ,af ., 5 f P b N, 4 " -W 1 X wish I fill 'il all 'il 'i l Q 4? fl-Beizrf 'cm 1- ef G' Ld 'Q' tr 1 mn. , Eff? Q t ,Q , LF 4 Ml ,., ziifjzl t ,- 1.1 1-V.. -In :ily sy, VN r 3:44 HHN -Lfflwlz' nikki 'Nh' viva Piiljg W law, ,W L!! 4 wi in i i i i E tit 5 re S ff, wr V . fL- wlgfegrzrxivmwtfftft- 1: 'Q M ' 4 - A .I --'huzg-QI' E 1 V . , . ffifggl K ' "Wifi LM ' -,J , . f 3 ,ff 1 ii' "Q i i A l --N ' ' gg, A,-.5 gy l. Stand directly over the pair of pictures you wish to view, about 12 to 18 inches away. 2. Hold a small hand mirror next to your right eye, alongside your nose, as shown in the sketch. 3. Now tilt the mirror until the re- flected image in the right eye coin- cides with the image received in the left eye. 153 .gl 1' . I V, ,-K A 1, . QW Q in . Q ,,,,....f---f-"" ggm, 11 1 64 S .4- hk . gi li 'X 334. , sew li M S .ri if E fx La '42 wi i- 80 K E f 5? WOMEN'S CLUB This club helps the ladies to develop poise and personality and to be proper hostesses. The combined Monday and Wednesday Night Ambassador Clubs honor the ministers and their wives with a formal banquet. 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Michael W. Barlow West Hom, London. William F. Cable-Scott Woking, Surrey. William T. Coupland Nuneaton, Warwickshire. 1 if X.. 8 James J. Edinburgh, Ian Paton itcham, Surrey. .-1. .E 'F R L41 Desmond Seaton Newtowncxbbey, Co. Antrim, N. Ireland. mug . Graham J. Howell Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Peter B. London Leigh-on-Sea, Essex. Stanley Fostorp, Sweden Secon Shirley V. M. Preston Maidstone, Kent. A HS Joseph Jones Dudley, Worcestershire Kyrmcos J. Stavrmldes Limctssol, Cyprus. Year Sheila Costello Dublin, Eire. ef? Q ....,,.. .. ,,WA Reginald C. Platt Essex Tlmothy B. Pope Surbiton, Surrey. ,s Mel G. Peacock Luton,Beclfordshire. Royston E. Pctgehi Bristol, Gloucestershire. 159 .With . ,x V Q, :V gum., X. 6 I 'N 'Q im ' ' Ar 5 ar' N Over 450 people attended the Festival, coming from Great Britain and all over Europe. A large marquee provided an adequate auditorium. A second marquee served as the dining room. 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'V+ , x Q rv u Q 1 it V-I , ,N I emi? ng , :fifigf nVw.4 , .Z 3584-sg ' I - 'fd Br A f 1 . V Y 1' ' ' 1 ,, A f M, 1 'H 4 V , ' M ink ,mv " 1. . Ji, ' ' 'W wg 'f g m, Sf" . -. . L A quiet, peaceful scene near the winding stream in the Japanese Gardens. ln the Spring this area bursts with color-particularly from the many varieties of aza- leas as you see pictured here. Exotic Japanese Garden 43 f X I A Q51 fn-1-'J If 'Zvi' .X xxx N Below is the stream at one of its widest points, and you are looking toward Memorial Hall. Notice the array of blossoms and greenery that enhances the beauty of this peaceful scene. It makes an inviting and quiet place for students to study when the weather permits. 163 This is ihe main Men's Dormiiory providing housing for some of ihe students. H is locclied only o shor! distance from Memorial Hail. rr' i siss ri'8fQ'5f"""k isircltion no...,...U, these, or other, responsibilities ww... ' 'through coiiege who wishes to work his way Drop Lane Gates. Af present this is being used as Main Entrance fo grounds. LEFT: Paul D. Anness Brighton, Sussex. CENTER: Helen G. Burchill Blackfown, N.S.W., Ausfralia. RIGHT: Frank Brown Orpingfon, Kent. Firsf Year Class President Flr t Year LEFT: Peter G. Edwards Harlow, Essex CENTER: Alys M. G. Jones Woking, Surrey RIGHT: Richard J. Frankel Nilgiris, South India. .ai LEFT: Edward J. Gore Bermondsey, London. CENTER: Brian Evans Newcastle-on-Tyne, Northumberland. RIGHT: John A. Jewell Cardiff, Wales Students taking a break to listen to some of the many selections already acquired for the music library. The beautiful and rich tones are enhanced by stereophonic sound! Mary Hollis Leicester, Leicestershire. Graham A. Gaskell Brisbane, Queensland Australia. E ssyr AMF? w., LEFT: Michael J. Hustwait Rushden, Northamptonshire. CENTER: Valerie N. G. Jones Woking, Surrey. RIGHT: Bill Stratton Cromer, Norfolk. LEFT: David John Osgood Whitchurch, Bristol. CENTER: Gordon Terblanche Germiston, South Africa RIGHT: Janice M. Steel Ccibramatta, N.S.W., Australia. .,.. :effigy ' f-1121. .Tr ' Fred A. Lawson Billingham on Tees, Co. Durham. Hilary M. Massey Watford, Hertfordshire. "Let's have a song test!" Group singing is always popular when Ambassador students gather together. LEFT: Calvert C. W. Howard Belmont, Co. Offaly, Eire. CENTER: Jill Coleman Salisbury, Wiltshire. RIGHT: James S. McBride Belfast, N. lreland. Fir t i N. ' 's N HERE' David Townson 5. 'f v Q I X ' N , " I - 'aol Bal' Shaun T. Saward Maidstone, Kent. Bolton, Lancashire. John A. Thomas Doreen E. Wood Harry Templeton Kidderminster, Liverpool, Caernarvonshire, Worcestershire. Lancashire. Wales. Office Staff '45 l we Patricia Grantham . ie e Wood Secretar to Mr McNair R reston Arllfa P in . , Cloud Y ecephonisf SW., Chie kk we' I l' 300 e I chbocird Operator l 1 l 7 Seated at the desk in the right foreground is Ronald Howes, the only full-time employee in the office. Standing by the post lat left centerb is Desmond Seaton, Manager of the Office. Kitchen Staff Myrtle Horn In charge of Kitchen Stall Warden over women students. The Kitchen Staff: Cleft to rightl Mmes. Seaton, Milner and Fricker are helped by many of the women students in preparing the delicious, whole- some meals served here at Ambassador College. Gustav Olson Mr. Olson manages the farm which sup- plies the college with fresh eggs and, in the future, beef, wheat, and milk! fc W2 I' Q . 4 .Q W Hi, Swv S as William A. Bowden Heather Bowden Director of Buildings and Grounds Depart- The dePC"'fmen7l5 SGCVSTUVY- Heclh'-ff lolned menf. Mr' Bowden was the Esfqie Mun. the student body in the second term as a age, Under Lady Yule, 'Full time student. Construction Crew: Cleft to rightl Philip Wagner, Herbert CBertD Chadd, James Feld, Bricklayersy Wallace Burnett, William Marlborough, Peter Marlborough, Carpenters, ' Derek Wright, Electrician, Donald Akam, Plumber. ..,.......-f -e..................-,-. .,.,. ,, -no-4 Mr. and Mrs. Howard Silcox Mr. Silcox is Head Gardener. Gardening Crew: Horace Pooley, William Osborn, and John Symonds. -........m..,....., ....... , ,....,. w-................- H. --Mmeww .kin - ' up-sw shi bf Alfred Symonds, Night Watchman and Sarge. David Finlay and Elmer Woodie, Painters. ,T.fM.f.,w MM ,mu V ,,,. . 0'34""lHUr my VYM 'N 1 +5 ,?1' wp' 4' QW ' , . H K S?-my ,, ' vg'h m l gi: .X 4?Y1f 6 lk Q f --.. Q 'fin N KN N 5 V k.-k .S ,KN I -vf -... ................ ma, new F15 1 A ,lf .f,f,, VWQSEM sunk S.. -E ' W5 . WF? 5 , q,,W,5,k , S . 1 .1 N., . 2 3 W, .vw A I 44 S5 n.,, .1 Rf 'V Q 11 K 2 l 1 , if ' N Y STAFF on Lidktory, THE 1967. ENVO Heh 'co rkghth B. Strcmon, B. Cob-Xe-Scott, B. Chopm F. Lawson, Kon Pokon, M. Bous'c'xeXd QSoXesH. PHOTQGR AYHER 'XX Cable-Scott Br BEPOWYERS rid Satefmo R EDYY obln jone X S5001 NYE EDYYDRS Edward S9301 101 fx Gerhard Marx james Young Nlichaex Bartow W-1, I jack Q le Stanxey Okson Frank Brown , 1 - Y , 1, ,xt Bd! Cou9Xand Mike Bousiiekd 1 :qv Q Paul Nmess Shir1ey?reston .A . v 'lx O , lj 7652! K CLQ-1: I 5 X Z 1" f 2' ' Ni 5 X C if Y pn -p-N.: Lf ,fl C' c- -Q lvdcglnrx X ' :Y Y T115 O l -7 ' I 5' 'H Yi Q 0 ' 1 o x 1 I-1 Q ' 1' cu 1...--fX, J P :Q r 1 T1 0 0 , , X xo 5 U ' 2 1 f' , is Q Q YQ-2 Qlgio OP' -nn.. of gsm verb 512915 X o ,Za ,Kang On 1' 4 -,,, i 7 I ' 1 mx Q QQ K Q-0 -' - Y"A'.f'4O" gm- X. Q M -.,..,0'w- 4-X.-Aw-V K, ,. , WA' ,.. .- f. S iffu'm,, Zn 'L , M ,V ,,, , fx b . Q, -:nf - .A Nw. I nf I I l i S i 1 1 Views t E C Dedicated and responsible men, working harmoniously, strive to advance the rapid spreading of God's message to all Australia. i l ,I ,Tv ,fy-, ., N PN, , 2 Y' FMVXW f J fm Rf S . V7 K ,Q X .W Ku H KV, wwf X ,ffl gffp Y ,Q A . ' 2 1 Q , . 1 fl V I l M !' nf .. A X mu -. HHH 'mmlwlw K 'fa '-"1 ' 'EJ m iz W "' 'WW' :"" wi' Modern equipmenf- including this Mulfilith Duplicator- symbolizes the progress and development of the Australian Oflice. E QI, K K sf Annual Conference Two busy weeks of early January are part of the full lives of a group of Gods servants as they converge on Pasadena for the 1962 Ministerial Con- ference. Concern for local items is mixed with the happy smiles of greetings and the joy of once again returning to the dignity and richness of Ambassador College. The air is filled with news of new developments, growth and expe- riences. Yet amidst the activity is the serious work of discussion, formulation and decision. First Row Kleft to rightlz Mr. Norman A. Smith, Mr. Raymond C. Cole, Mr. Herman L. Hoeh, Mr. Garner Ted Armstrong, Mr. Herbert W. Armstrong, Dr. C. Paul Meredith, Mr. Roderick C. Meredith, Mr. Raymond F. McNair. Second Row: Mr. Gerald Waterhouse, Mr. Bryce G. Clark, Mr. Charles V. Dorothy, Mr. Dean C. Blackwell, Mr. Albert J. Portune, Mr. Basil Wolverton, Dr. Clint Zimmerman, Dr. Benjamin L. Rea. Mr. Kenneth R. Swisher. Third Row: Mr. R. Carlton Smith, Mr. Bill L. McDowell, Mr. John David Hammer, Mr. Hal W. Baird, Jr., Mr. Jimmy L. Friddle, Mr. George Meeker, Mr. Leslie L. McCullough, Mr. Allen D. Manteufel, Mr. L. Leroy Neff. Fourth Row: Mr. David Lee Antion, Mr. Roger Foster, Mr. Dale Hampton, Mr. Ronald Kelly, Mr. David Jon Hill, Mr. Carl E. McNair, Mr. Richard Prince, Mr. H. Burk McNair. Fifth Row: Mr. Billy l. Glover, Mr. Al Dennis, Mr. Selmer Hegvold, Mr. Alton B. Billingsley, Mr. Sidney Hegvold, Mr. A. R. Jantzen, Mr. James F. Kunz, Mr. Harold Jackson, Mr. Wilbur Berg, Mr. Frank J. McCrady, Mr. Lester McColm. Missing This Year: Mr. C. Wayne Cole, Mr. Ronald L. Dart, Mr. Bob Hoops, Mr. Charles Hunting, Mr. Ernest Martin, Mr. Pedro Ortiguero, Mr. R. H. Roenspies. vw GQ' .J '59 ' Xa' E1 W, 5 Q W' I v n ?v'r ,, - .....- 5 4-uv Q , 4' x A 4 4 M Q .fx 1 V K ,,- l 4,I ? .3 A' i , M' W - I ,Pig lg 'Ill' 'M 'M - an Growing in Knowledge The Ambassador College Graduate School of Theology- Irs purpose, to provide an able and effective ministry to pro- claim Christ's Gospel of the Kingdom of God by preaching, by radio and television, and by the power of the printed word, to all nations, and to pastor local Churches of God. l iaer if l iffli Wi- ,,li 1 'f ' l' 'lx ' 'l"e We-.i....,.,, . we , lil ll sl 'll t i rec c tl sl ' ' 38" 7 7 nv -,- Qin, JI,1.v,, v lrl . 1 A if iii if i ! .firiillll l l , " ll l JN X 'u x ll Wi 'l xml W . 1 l, tm, , l ' -L12 l- i f"l' i' rl f ' ' A graduate school class in session in the Rosewood Room of H5 V Ambassador Hall with Mr. Armstrong in charge. Ministerial personnel receive a large portion of their training in the field - L under the direction of senior ministers and are privileged to T-555' return to the campus every few years for a semester of con- 5,51 5 Q centrated theological instruction. fwjf, be Jsfitrrg -xii i'13Ef5'l . :aww ey 1 A-:Ya ,ff - ,f r ll' 1 8 2 flj,J'H:Wi ji., 2 gd iw , Kg is -is .-'1- Q x f lifff f'Q32,vf 5 ' .-,:ef:'.,LgQ? 1. A--v ,. 'PL - X, N 'wa 5 W -f',,5ss.ff1-' I '--ix ' 'f W1 " 11 -L 'T' ' fx.--. 1e:.'f.i5'i"" ' 1' f-.ff ,- . r EA T-'ec-. xl.. L- 1 :j::::es,,15,i'f's s .,. ,aim--1 : ' 45, ., gysgk N Fun ,lm . i ' 6 '-11' - '-2:5 -I ,A -2- . N. -' ,Q .z JV - If 4 -6 .. 'L raeum ,- 'QQ - sk f -5 1-'M . fvrvult .L Q. .Q an Il.:-,V ,,1,Q.Yv VXJH' 'u-51,20 1 -2 i .'.f ,bf J. if 'vga-l '4's." . -J. , , fx- "4" . S f J: -'N mgygge -ab g - :il-li -+- . 1 - . awp -. ...f ,fa ,, .gf , ,',,qj3,L.i3t,.,,.:4f,.,, 'X ,Q ., - - -. , V 4. I, ,. 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M7 if iw . iaswSQ?ii3'77kfL'7f ' i 5525251451- Y g ifiy ffmenf 1 "5 If if f , 4: T i . Q .. 7 fi' HUGH MAUCK Secretary-Treasurer of The Radio Church of God Manager of Mailing Office, Circulation Manager, U edition of The PLAIN TRUTH . . . A.B., Ambassador Coileg gi l -1. -ks., .-f"""m ,,? -fx Mn 'NL L'zWV"f:'75: , ' 4' f Aff mi , Y . ' Co- , lll"f" 'Wi R 4 NW ' A gnilg-4"Iif5 sertung , -:fx ,R . i .W ' A ' " -eff-f -wr. -2 QDD? -gffg 'N ,X 151 . Lx .Q i , S 5 mg, Q f 513852 f Q X, L'-' , K me Mr W + X G ,,,..-..,- igm-M' W f Q mv , . H , 'rr ' 5 4 ,pa A 2 , 0 y A gl .,,, A 'Q A 4 I 1, A ui 'N ll, ,Q w Ng. N 1 Qing, fav-3 5 2,3 M ra .J A Q l. A 5 nl jp .. :-,. u H fl . dnl " .0 .MJ u 1 1, ,K I . , L ,ff ' Mtg? ,wfw ri' 4 ,..a-- X 5Z'vJ1m.. 4, MW ig., Q? V S ,M .fd sf 13, N ag 5' Q38-2 . ,nz NM. 1 9 x f' Q Az.-. Y , 7 f X XX wi ,ffftfr , 5, " . Beehive of Aetivit t t ' CABLNETMAKERS W i s Bea 1 s Q if i .eee 2 eeee if fa? i if ' l . ' M fi is 31 9 1 , t, k'.. L-',. fm2si5511D.fgfw75l,i1f I 'gig' tri M Returning toward the Library from our tour of the Press Building, we pass the shop area and other departments where a variety of duties are performed in keeping Ambassador College productive, useful and beautiful. Rather than interrupt our hundreds of employees, let us Catch a few glimpses of the work they do. ,311 fy 5 Meet-aAN1cs A9 Q l fl J 2 1 .. Q.. , X - 2- PAINTERS A C5 .Lf -,kg .-A QQ, K -QA 'F 5. im Xp X X Congregalecl on granite boulders of The recently completed Medifer- ranecm style garden is our slclflf of gardeners whose labors are pro- ducing lwcre ai Amlzassoolor C4 Forelasfe of C1 world fo come where even ihe deserts shall blossom forth in beauly. u C YX f Q , if if 'SVA JS fl' ls: gif ' f ' -fx YQ 'X , I "'X A 5 XX 1 l I N ' ' l -L-5-ii, "YV: ' 'W' Mr--- 1 5" iyiwwxm ll ff ll ' I Q ' W f A li . r r ll rf! 4,1 sf XXEQXNKX 1 pl l l f l ff ' , ,YV V fi --il V '-,5 A ,A N .xxx z' 1,f' 'Q ix ll I A ' f ' " V- -'- 5 l 'l-r 1, V5f5l'lK " -X X ,xl " I ,2S',,ll',j ' .. ' ,, 11 I? -QR ,L 1,3 ,f f if .K - s X ..' 12' - 4' 6, ff' ' V- -'Q Y - 'TT ' ""' X "N, M551 l .,l Y l ' ll J' , N Q., . """f' ' ff'--4'-gif,-1-' ' f .4-,, re U 13 'g""' M' 'qt' l ' , '---1-M f IV' Gardening rs our Pleasure A prlvcie four for u bofcmy class conducted in person by Mr. Gar- dener, Head of fhe Gardening Depcriment. Thrrry acres of spacrous grounds-a garden spot rn the mrdst of a merropolrrnn area of over Hve mrlhon. Many drlrgenr hours of dresslng and caring for the lawns and shrubbery have prepared the Campus for your pleasure. 331 "MQ Q. mf SIL i- Wm m ,wif-gggh ual-3 1??QSij:Ef.:' A ew, CJ if X1 fa-f :ik '- ' ' r -if 1?',,, '1 -.Em 'w.g,...+:.eLa-mia..-a.. ' 1 5 yew, fQ..:fav '.. My f1'g"""'..a- fs """'-fI5g1.:g.g ' "' 1 " 4 .,-f raQ"1 A .,,, 1 rv - f ff, , Garclenin 9 's our Pleasure A privale four for ca bolcmy class conducted in person by Mr. Gur- dener, Head of the Gardening Department. Thirry acres of spacious grounds-a garden spot in the midst of a metropolitan area of over five million. Many diligent hours of dressing and caring for the lawns and shrubbery have prepared the campus for your pleasure. Irxlf ,,.,,,,,,v. --, 82 ue! 'wnfvvwm iii ,fv ffwylbf K LK. bi" N1 V' '.,4f it I M '41, ng Custodian nf o ihe ,ky di? H54 aiu ' Q . IHC? X N it I1 f is ,fg'55zffzi, fr ., ., ,Ni ' -Q ' 1' axis sf ' 3, - ,. ML, i .915 . Q? wff' N4 N-v Ol' 5 aw. 'Mm in 'ug -L. L1 ...,-, sw .- v. I If ,193 13. -' sw L h . , - ,K 42 I K ' 4 7- -19 . J' m. Md I bg YJ? fW5' '95 fi ,P " I . A wg ,. We :W V fl , I H 5 U' . S' g E142 SF .ia-fx' 1 " W L' , , :Ti I 1 , ,,- I -4' X of campus life snaiches and patches of At k I 'bn each new sliuatlon wnfh real guarded moments show the 4, life so rewarding -4 WGS pw-Q .fm IFN WIWF fvfwwzssemrz 7-Q .1-f""" '? A QQJVQLSJ 'Q mn ff: 5 461 uf, Ji ,,.. i' Th Making of CHI This ENVOY is a yearly publica- tion of Ambassador College, cap- turing events of the past year and preserving them for our memory in the years to come. A thematic format in mind, the Editor-in-Chief begins preliminary "dummy" layouts, upon which all l plans depend. In a flurry of pencil shavings and ink spots, the staff artists search out and pro- duce appropriate art to add interest and thematic unity to the ENVOY. Page headings are hand set with our own type while other copy is sent to nearby Holly Type. A final proofing check to see that all is in order, next stop, our yearbook publishers, Mirro Graphic in Glendale. , t t l o -wc V5 all necessary captions, headings, and write-ups. L xvuig, QL' . U Assignments in hand, our photographer busily prepares for an afternoon of accomplishment. The Staffs of the 1962 ENVOY in Bricket Wood and Pasadena would like to express their appreciation for the assistance of all who contributed to the success of this venture. First, to Ambassador College for the privilege of designing and producing their yearbookg then to our thousands of subscribers for their growing supportg next, to our major contributors whose experience and patience proved invaluable assets: S. K. Smith ---- - Cover Production Mirro-Graphic Division of American Yearbooks - - Printing and Binding Holly Type ---- - - - Copy Setting Robert's Photographer - - Portraits in U. S. T. H. Greville - - - - - Portraits in England And finally, to the dozens of individuals who contributed photographs, portraits, art and information without acknowledgment here and in many cases without monetary reward for their services. Copy writers work sidefby-side with the layout crew to compose O 0 O Introducing the Faculty and Administration A Abbott, Dr. Kenneth . . Apartian, Dibar K. Armstrong, Garner Ted Armstrong, Herbert W. Armstrong, Loma D. . . Armstrong, Karen .... B Bicket, Willis J. .... . Boraker, Robert C. . . . Bowden, William A. . . Buzzard, Anthony F. . . C Czornyl, Dr. Iwan . . . . D Davies, J. Graham .... Dorothy, Charles V .... E Eickholf, Janet ...... Emmett, Jessie .... Elliott, Jack R. Ettinger, Leon ...... Ettinger, Nouvart C. . . A Abraham, L. ....... . Albert, D. J. .... . . Alexander, P. H. . . . . Altergott, L. G. . . . Ames, G. L. ....... . Anderson, K. A ...... Anness, P. D. ...... . Armstrong, K. S. . . . . Arvidson, G. E. . . . Aspenns, V. J. . . . . Atkinson, D. M. . . . . B Bailey, A. M. W. .... Bailey, L. R. ..... . Bailey, M. J. . . . . Baird, B. J. .... . Baker, J. L. ..... . . .. Bansemer, M. L ...... Barlow, M. W ..... Barnes, A. A. . . . Barnett, J. V. . . . Barrett, G. J ..... Battles, S. E. . . . . Baxter, P. A ..... Bedford, D. R. . . . . Bertuzzi, R. F. Bicket, W. J. . . . Bierer, D. L .... . Bishop, G ..... Black, I. E. .... . Blackwell, L. .... . . Blackwell, T. H ...... Bonnett, L. R. . . . . Boone, C. L. .... Bost, W. C ........ Boustield, M. A .... Bowden, H. ..... . Boxley, M. ........ . Bradford, W. C ...... Bradley, S. A. ... .. Bramhall, G. A. ... Brown, F. ..... . G Germano, Michael P ......... Gott, James A. ...... .... . H Herrmann, Kenneth C. . ..... Hill, David J ...... .... . . . Hoeh, Herman L. . . . . Holyoak, Harry W. ........ . Homberger, William Horn, Myrtle .............. Hughes, Marjorie ........... Hunting, Charles F .......... I Inglima, Frank .... J Jones, Shirley A. . . K Klammer, Erhard .... . . . L Lochner, Floyd O ..... .... Bryan, J. A. . . . Bryce, C. R. .... . Bullock, A. D. . . . Bunnell, A. E. . . . . Burchill, H. G ..... Butler, R. K ...... Buzzard, A. F. . . . . C 't Cable-Scott, W. F. Campbell, G. H., Jr. Chapman, B. R. ..... .... . Clark, H. A. ..... . Clark, R. G. ..... . Cleary, J. A. ........ .... . Cokomatch, N. J ..... . . . Colby, H. S. ..... . Cole, L. W ...... Coleman, J. . . . Costello, S. ..... . Coulter, F. R. ..... Coupland, J. ..... ... ..... Coupland, W. T. .... .... . Counts, L. J. ..... . Cowan, N. V. . . . Cox, C. J. Cox,C. D. Cox, V. L. . . Craig, A. R. ..... . Crain, C. R. .... .... . ... Crittenden, M. E. .... . . . . Croswell, G. R. ..... . . . . Cunningham, J. C. . .. . . .. Curtis, K. K. ..... A D Dahlgren, D. A .... Dane, S. L. ...... . Daniels, G. ................ 200 Dankenbring, W. F. ....67 Davies, J. G ......... .... 6 6 Davis, F. W. .... . Davis, H. J. ..... . Davis, J. M., Jr. . . . ....99 ....99 ....67 M Mann, Annie M ..... Marcan, Camille .... Martin, Ernest L. . . . Martin, Lucy H. . . . . Marx, Gerhard O. . . Mattson, Vern R. . . . Mauck Huh .. , g ...... McNair, Raymond F. Meredith, Dr. C. Paul Meredith, Roderick C ........ Michel, Bernell .... Michel, Gene M. . . . N Neff, L. Leroy .... Neitsch, Robert E. . . O Owen, Dr. E. H. . . P Pestana, John G. Pfund, Kemmer .... Portune, Albert J. . . Preston, Anita ..... dents Davis, R. A. . . . Davis, S. E. ..... . Decker, C. J ........ Dema-rest, G. S. . . . . Dick, R. C. ..... . Dick, R. A. . .. Diem, C. D. . . . Diem, L. R. . . . Doak, J. R ....... Docken, A. W .... Douglas, C. S. .... . Dunlap, W. H. . . . . E Easrburn, W. R. . .. Edelbach, I. M .... Edwards, P. G .... Eldred, E. A. . . . . Elliott, E. D .... Ellis, W. H. .... . Ervin, G. W. .. .. Evanow, M. N .... Evans, B. .... . Evans, R. L. .... . Ewing, M. ..... . F Fahey, R. E. .... . Fink, J. U., Jr. . .. Flatt, L. P. Flatt, M. A. .... . Frankel, R. J .... . . . Franklin, C. D. . . . . Freeland, W. G ..... Freibergs, G. ..... . G Gaskell, G. A. .... . Gentet, R. E ...... Goodson, J. A. . . . .. Goodwin, R. E. . . . . Gore, E. J ........ Gould, C. T., Jr ..... Goyette, A. M. R Rader, Stanley R ..... Rea, Dr. Benjamin L. Reed, Harold J. .... . Reiman, Milton . . . . . Reiner, Russell A. S Shaw, Geoffrey E. . . . Silcox, Howard . . . Smith, Norman .... Stavrinides, K. ..... . T Torrance, Lynn E. . . . V Van der Veer, Velma W Wainwright, David P Walker, Leon ....... Wells, James ....... Wesbrook, Walter K. Williams, Dorothy . . Woiifard, Donald G. . Wolverton, Basil .... Woodie, Claudine .. . Gray, R. L. . . . Gray, S. J ....... Gunter, J. A ....... Gunter, M. M. ..... . H Hainz, J. G. ..... . Haley, J. A. ..... . Halpain, D. L. . . . . Hammons, J. L. . . . Hans, D. E. ..... . Hanson, R. G. . . . . Hanson, S. J.. . . . Hanway, D. . . . . Hargrove, V. F. . . . Hawkins, R. . . . . Hayley, B. J. ... . Haynes, S. D. .. . Hedge, D. S ....... Hegvold, P. I. . . .. Herzog, L. M .... Hesket, T. D. Hohertz, H. R ..... Hohertz, L. W. . . . Holladay, R. O. . . . Hollis, M. ...... . Horne, F. G ........ Horton, J. S ......... Houghtaling, M. S. . . Howard, C. C. W. . . . Howell, G. J. ...... . Huffman, J. A. .... . Hunsberger, D. G .... Hunter, C. R ..... . . . Hunter, K. M. . . . . Hustwait, M. J. . . . J James, L. J. . . . . Jantz, M. D. ..... . Jebens, W. O. . . . . Jennings, G. A. . . . Jewell, J. A. . . . . Johanneson, R. C Johnson, B. G .... Johnson, J. H. ... Johnson, L. E. . .. Jones, A. M. G. .. Jones, J. C. .. .. Jones, J. A .... Jones, J. .... . Jones, R. G. .... Jones, V. N. G. .. Judy, C. M. .... . K Kellers, F. C. .... Kelley, B. H. .... Kemnitz, G. H. . . Kiser, N. M ..... . Kobernat, C. M. . Landing, A. W. .. Lange, B. L. .... . Lavender, T. D., Jr Lawson, F. A ..... Lay, R. L. ...... . Leonard, L. A. . .. Levy, E. M. . . .. Lindgren, A. E. .. Lindly, D. D. .... Lindner, S. E ..... Lingo, S. E. .... . Livengood, L. A Lochner, P. L. ... Locke, D. K .... London, P. B ..... Long, D. ....... . Longwill, D. R. Loveland, L. A. . . Luker, D. G. ... . . M Major, D. L. .... . Marling, N. G .... Marshall, E. A .... Marshall, J. E. ... Martin, J. L. ... Marx, G. O. ... Masse A y, . Massey, H. M. Mattson, K. J. . . . McBride, S. ............ . Mcliarland, H. D., Jr. ...... . McGill, M. L. ........ ... McKinley, E. M. ... ... McMichael, C. S McNerl,R. D. .51 103 103 103 167 103 104 159 150 168 104 .70 .70 104 .49 104 104 104 .70 168 104 104 104 104 104 104 .50 105 105 105 158 .71 .51 105 .73 105 105 .73 105 .50 150 105 168 106 169 106 .52 .72 .51 106 Meadors, D. A. Merager, A. G. Meredith, M. H. Metz, G. E ..... Miller, R. C .... Miller, W. M. . Mills, D. H. ... Mokarow, A. C. Murphy, S. K. . N Neitsch, R. E. . . Nestor, C. A. .. Nettles, B. L. .. Nichols, P. .... O Ochs, B. A .... . Oden, B. Y. Olsen, J. M. .. Olson, S. G. ... Osgood, D. J. .. P Page, R. E. .... Pagel, R. S ..... Paton, I. ..... . Patterson, P. A. Peacock, M. F. . Pease, E. M. . . . Pebworth, D. . . Petrisor, J. NW. . Petty, R. J. .... Pfund, J. .... Pifer, G. D. ... Platt, R. C. Pope, T. B. .... Porter, D. XV. . Portune, J. E. .. Prather, G. D. . Pratt, M. J ..... Preston, S. V. M. .... .... . Prunkard, D. L. Pyle, D. E. .... Pyle, J. M. .... R Raetz, J. E. .... Redus, J. D. ... Reedy, W. R. . . Reese, E. G. . .. Rhodes, P. .. .. Riegel, P. J. ... Riley, R. R. ... Ritke, J. M. ... Robertson, J. R. 106 106 .53 106 .53 106 .52 .52 106 106 106 106 157 106 .72 107 158 168 159 107 158 107 159 107 150 107 .72 .72 107 159 159 107 .73 107 108 158 108 108 151 108 108 108 .72 108 108 109 109 .53 Robinson, L. A. . . Roenspies, D. R. . Rothery, A. M .... Rowell, M. E .... Royer, P. S ...... Rubin, J. R. ........ .... Rudometkin, J. J. Rupp, B. O. .... . Russell, J. C. ... Russell, M. . . . Ruxton, R. L. . . . S Salmon, R. L. . .. Sanderson, J. M. .... . . . . Sandvold, C. B. . . . . . . . Satermo, I. 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