Anderson University - Echoes Yearbook (Anderson, IN)

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TO ALL THOSE SERVANTS WHO FOUND THEIR GLORY NOT IN THE EYES OF MEN BUT IN THE SIGHT OF GOD WE DEDICATE THIS ISSUE The Echoes NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-SEVEN Published by The Echoes Staff of Anderson College and Theological Seminary Quentin Withrow Editor in Chief Clara Richardson Managing Editor James Shell Business Manager Foreword The Nineteen Hundred and Forty-Seven Echoes staff is proud to portray Anderson College on the threshold of " new horizons.” It is our sincere hope that we have adequately fulfilled this task. We congratulate our Alma Mater on her thirty years of progress and predict greater things for her in the future. Philip Gendreau. N.Y. First Graduating Class The First Faculty Left to right: Russell R. Byrum J. W. Phelps Bessie L. Byrum J. T. Wilson Henry C. Clausen Moving Ahead . . . Standard Accreditation by Indiana State Department of Public Instruction Member North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools Member American Association of Colleges Bringing New Horizons Old Main OLD MAIN, landmark of East Anderson for forty years and home of Ander¬ son College for thirty, is the heart of campus life. Around this big gray build¬ ing center the growing traditions of the school. Contents r Academics Religion Organizations Athletics Features All Anderson College and alumni around the globe were ' saddened this year by the serious and extended illness of Dr. John A. Morrison, president of the school through much of its thirty years. Stricken in June, 1946, following a long drive for accreditation of the College by the North Central Association, Dr. Morrison gradually assumed more responsibility as the present school year progressed. He addressed chapel services from his new wheel chair and constantly kept in touch with school activities through Dr. Earl L. Martin, who acted as head of the College during the year. « Postponing his scheduled sabbatical leave for 1946-1947 in order to serve Anderson College during a time of stress is Dr. Earl L. Martin, long-time teacher and officer of the College. Dr. Martin, as acting president during the illness of President Morrison, piloted the school through a year marked by record enrollments and further recognition and accreditation. f Dr. Russell Olt Dean of College Professor of Philosophy and Psychology Dr. Vila Deubach Co-ordinator of Student Personnel Professor of English Dr. Adam W. Miller Head Men’s Counselor Professor of New Testament Dr. Nancy Osborne Head Women’s Counselor Assistant Professor of Romance Languages ° fEn glist ALDEMAN’ u(at ion ofReli us Bduca • nSS ’ 55or OJ “ fntetcr ■ H.S. " ' Was Uc «tio n Asst istant in sil AX CHIEa Com P°i:iiov , uc „ri«Tb ' «J° M “ AHMNDr, A .B. ' " E " s!,,l Compothion ,, sE b ro ' C °- : rheology CHAWotte BSo applied Aj d : , B.S. usic KW - ISEY, B-S. ,„r in Greek S? HT CR ' H B.S. •W W Le, ctur er in Physics Secret ° ,h ‘ LOV,SI! CJOH N so K Registrar S.S, M.S. c L£Dw ASDs Comptroller ?A R1LLA Dea n Secreted WILMA PONDER, A .B, M.A. Librarian DjJ DECK e Alumni r Execute LEOtAD- Cata loguer WHITNe r ’ Cafeteria ARAX1A S. Ft „cb B.Th. ® E ’school W“ Board of Trustees E. F. Adcock, Anderson, Indiana W. H. Hunt, Hamilton, Ohio E. E. Kardatzke, Wichita, Kansas John A. Morrison, Anderson, Indiana John Kane, Anderson, Indiana Myrle Cross, De Soto, Missouri I. K. Dawson, Anderson, Indiana C. L. Quinn, Anderson, Indiana George Blackwell, South Bend, Indiana Paul Froehlich, Tenafly, New Jersey Harold Achor, Anderson, Indiana Dale Oldham, Anderson, Indiana R. C. Caudill, Kingsport, Tennessee S. P. Dunn, Chicago, Illinois J. T. Wilson, Norfolk, Virginia I Student-Faculty Personnel Council The purpose of the Council is to tie together all student activities of Anderson College and to stimulate co-operation and efficiency in all student organizations and committees. It gives immediate direction to student committees who promote and regulate ath¬ letics, publications, social life, and clubs. Ralph Hatch, president; Joe Crane, secretary. Chairmen of All-School Committees Serving Anderson College in various phases of student govern¬ ment are members of the all-school committees. Shown above are chairmen of these committees: seated, left to right, Georgetta Kinney, Social Life; Helen Wages, Student Organizations; Mary Youngblood, Publications; standing, left to right, Henry Dodson, Government and Regulations; Isom Crockett, Health; Bob Macholtz, Athletics; Charles Longton, Religious Life. Other members of these committees are: Social Life, Lynn Hill, Velma Snyder, Paul Whalen, Jim Hurst; Student Organizations, Thelma Whalen, Helen Hamlin, Art Coberly, Kenneth Kinion, Gertrude Naujoks; Publications, Elaine Schroeder, Melvin Goerz, Virginia Marsh, Margaret Dawson; Government and Regulations, Russell Wilson, Velma Riddle, Ruth Hefler Smith, Bill Miller; Religious Life, Simon Robinson, Melvin Acheson, Evajoy Smith, Mae Johnson; Health, Bea Morgan, John Shriner, Beulah Wood, Grace Austin. SENIORS RALPH HATCH President CHARLES SCHAFFTER Vice-President OLIVE SANTON Secretary-Treasurer 4 Wanda Helen Anewalt, B.S. Dayton, Ohio W.S.G.A.; Student Volun¬ teers; Dramatics Club; Christian Volunteers; Treasurer of Camarada; Vice-President of Cama¬ rada; Chairman of Wom¬ en’s Judiciary; School So¬ cial Committee; The Fool and Say It with Music. Harley Orville Benthin Anderson, Indiana Paul Orrin Bailey, B.A. Coolville, Ohio Men’s Glee Club; Student Volunteers; International Relations Club; The Sword of the Samuri. Norma Garner Borden, B.S. Stratton, Colorado Camarada Club; Spanish Club; Student Volunteers; Colorado Club; W.S.G.A.; Vice-President of Camara¬ da Club. Robert Earl Baker, B.A. French Lick, Indiana Oscar Clarence Borden B.S. Stratton, Colorado Sachem Club; " A” Club; M.P.A.; President of M.P.A.; Basketball. Joseph Byrum Benson B.S. Bessemer, Alabama Sachem Club; Southern Club; Debate Team. June Lois Burkhari Canton, Ohio Paul Raymond Chappell Anderson, Indiana Norma Eileen Craig Three-Year Certificate Henryetta, Oklahoma Mary Monica Cima, B.S. Madrid, Iowa Helen Hansen Crowell New York, New York » Ella M. Cleveland Clare, Michigan Walter Bernard Crowell New York, New York Cecil Albert Craig, B.Th. Henryetta, Oklahoma Ministerial Fellowship; Married Men’s Club; Youth Counselor at Arrow Heights Church of God; Sunday-school Teacher; Debate Team; Intramurals. Virgil Weldon Daley B.Th. Anderson, Indiana Booster Club; Eastern Club; Pastor Harrisonburg Church of God; Band. Charles Leland Daugherty, B.S. Anderson, Indiana M.P. A.; Booster Club; Intramurals. Howard Tarte Davenport, B.Th. Seattle, Washington Ministerial Fellowship; at¬ tended University of Wash¬ ington and Pacific Bible College. Doris Virginia Davis, B.A. Eustis, Florida Student Volunteers; W.S.G.A.; Spanish Club; Trio; International Re¬ lations Club; Cihu Club; assistant at Kirkland. Frances Marie Day, B.S. Kokomo, Indiana Fine Arts Club. Kenneth Harold Dean Columbus, Ohio Claudena Eller, B.S. Canton, Ohio Nawaka; Camarada; Dra¬ matics Club; Women ' s Glee Club; School Social Committee; Student Coun¬ cil; Women ' s Judiciary; Sunday-school Teacher; Christian Volunteers. Mildred Irene Engst, B.S. Provost, Alberta, Canada Student Volunteers; Grad¬ uate of Alberta Bible In¬ stitute and the Canada Missionary Medical Insti¬ tute. Clair Wilson Fiscus, B.Th. Anderson, Indiana Barbara Jean Haas Kalamazoo, Michigan Hilda Honeycutt Albemarle, North Carolina Loyd Earl Hargett, B.Th. Anderson, Indiana Booster Club; Instructor in Mathematics. David James Jenkins, B.Th. Republic, Pennsylvania Eastern Club; Ministerial Fellowship; President of Ministerial Fellow¬ ship; Chairman Worship, Sherman Street Church of God; Sunday-school Teacher. Ralph Victor Hatch, B.Th. Gordon, Nebraska Ministerial Fellow¬ ship; Booster Club; Vice- President Junior Class; President of Junior Class; Sunday-school Teacher; President of Senior Class; Interim pastor at North Anderson; Who’s Who. Mae Almeda Johnson, B.S. New Haven, West Virginia Student Volunteers; Cama- rada; W.S.G.A.; Inter¬ national Relations Club; Rec. Secretary of Student Volunteers; President of Student Volunteers; Chair¬ man Big and Little Sister Committee; Religious Life Committee; President of Park Place Youth Fellow¬ ship ; Sunday-school Teach¬ er; Christian Volunteers; Say It with Music; Who’s Who. Ellen Louise High, B.S. St. Louis, Missouri Belles Lettres; Student Volunteers; Glad Tidings Chorus; Student Council; Welfare Home; Old Peo¬ ple’s Home; Missionary in India for 8 years. Kenneth Eugene Kinion Sand Springs, Oklahoma Evelyn Amy Kissinger Jean Maxine Ethel Ruth Knepp Charles Frederick B.S. Kleeberger, B.Th. Woodland, Knepp, B.Th. Hastings, Nebraska Pep Club; W.S.G.A.; Dramatics Club; V i c e- President of W.S.G.A.; President of W.S.G.A.; Student Council; Sanctuary Choir; Radio Choir; Col¬ lege Choir; Who’s Who, May Queen Attendant. Clinton, Iowa Pennsylvania Woodland, Pennsylvania Eastern Club; Student Vol¬ unteers ; Ministerial Fel¬ lowship ; Chairman Nurs¬ ing Home Center; Sunday- Scbool Teacher; Tennis. Walter Kufeldt, B.A. Homestead, Florida Sachem Club; Southern Club; Ministerial Fellow¬ ship ; Photography Club; Secretary of Sachem Club; Vice-President of Photog¬ raphy Club; Choir Di¬ rector at Jackson Park Church of God; Chairman of Christian Action Com¬ mittee; Asst. Young Peo¬ ple’s Director at Jackson Park; Intramurals. Roy Elias LaShure, B.A. Anderson, Indiana Norma Anderson Lear, B.Th. Cincinnati, Ohio Student Volunteers; B.A. and B.E. from University of Cincinnati, Kappa Del¬ ta Pi. William Curtis Lee, B.A. Anderson, Indiana Dramatics Club; Booster Club; Secretary of Dra¬ matics Club; King ' s Male Quartet; Evangelistic Sing¬ ing; Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come. Alva Carl Lentz Anderson, Indiana Dwight Reber McCurdy, B.Th. Wheeling, West Virginia Sachem Club; Ministerial Fellowship; Student Vol¬ unteers ; M.P.A.; Married Men’s Club; Pastor at De¬ catur, Indiana. Charles Albert Longton, B.Th. Anderson, Indiana Secretary of Ministerial Fellowship; Chairman of Religious Life Committee; Student Pastor for four years. Helen Margaret McDermott, B.S. Greeley, Colorado Colorado Club; Camarada Club; Fine Arts Club; Student Volunteers; W.S.G.A.; Christian Vol¬ unteers ; Who’s Who ; At¬ tendant to May Queen. Lawrence Emmert McClure Winslow, Indiana Robert Lee McFarling Wolsey, South Dakota Ernest McCollough, B.Th. Roanoke, Alabama Southern Club; Spanish Club. Mary Jean Malott Cornell, Wisconsin Oral Eldon Maring, B.Th. Anderson, Indiana Mock United States As¬ sembly ; International Re¬ lations Club. Ethel Arlene Mauch, B.A. Liberal, Kansas Camarada Club; Student Volunteers; Secretary of Social Committee for School; Senior Represena- tive on Echoes Staff. Maurice James Mauch, B.Th. Cleveland, Ohio Booster; International Re¬ lations Club; Vice-Presi¬ dent Booster Club; Presi¬ dent of Booster Cub; Student-Faculty Council; Class President; Who’s Who. Gradif. LaNoyetta Mayo, B.S. Meridian, Mississippi Sachem Club; Fine Arts Club; GI Club; Southern Club. Marie Joiner Mayo, B.A. Hammond Louisiana Pep Club; Fine Arts Club; Southern Club; Dames Club; Vice-President of Fine Arts Club. Adam William Miller, Jr., B.A. Anderson, Indiana Sachem Club; Fine Arts Club; " A” Club; Inter¬ national Relations Club; Secretary of " A " Club; Ping-Pong Champion; Tennis; Basketball. Raymond Ruthven Neff East Canton, Ohio Jean Reynolds Newberry, B.A. Anderson, Indiana Pep Club; Judiciary Com¬ mittee ; Dames Club; President of Pep Club; Treasurer of Pep Club; Staff of Orange and Black; Assistant Park Place Organist; Powder Puff Girl. Thomas Homer Newberry New Boston, Ohio Russell Ray Renz, B.S. Ney, Ohio Feature Editor of Echoes; Secretary and Treasurer of M.P.A.; International Re¬ lations Club; Transferred from Defiance; Delta Sig¬ ma Kappa; Purple Masque; Dramatics Club; Basket¬ ball; Track. Iva Gertrude Peters, B.S. Whittier, California W.S.G.A.; Spanish Club; Day Dodgers Club; Student Volunteers; Treasurer of Day Dodgers; Young People’s Director Elwood Church of God. Frances Rader Rife, B.S. Anderson, Indiana W.S.G.A.; Dames Club; Student Volunteers; Chris¬ tian Volunteers; Superin¬ tendent of Intermediates at Arrow Heights Church of God. Nina Lois Powell Exeter, California Chester Allen Riley, B.Th. Elkhart, Kansas Married Men’s Club; Student Volunteers; Basketball; Baseball; Volleyball. Norman Sidney Ratcliff, B.S. Fairfax, Alabama Donald Gordon Roemer, B.Th. Franklin, Pennsylvania Ministerial Fellow¬ ship ; Vic e-President of Junior Class; Eastern Club; Vice-President of Eastern Club; Usher at Park Place Church of God; Basketball. Thelma Haught Samples, B.Th. Akron, Ohio Student Volunteers; W.S.G.A.; Transferred from Kent State Universi¬ ty ; Kappa Delta Pi; Theta Sigma Upsilon. Charles Austen SCHAFFTER, B.S. Sterling, Ohio Jemadarians Club; Eastern Club; Ministerial Fellow¬ ship; Vice-President of Senior Class. Olive Jeannette Santon, B.A. Huntington, Indiana Cihu Club; Student Vol¬ unteers; Spanish Club; Secretary and Treasurer of Senior Class; Band. John William Schmuki Anderson, Indiana Robert Lois Sauls Greeneville, Tennessee Belva Dodds SCHAFFTER, B.S. Cambridge, New York Eastern Club; Glad Tid¬ ings Chorus; A Cappella Cboir; Dames Club. Howard Gilmore Donald Joe Smith Shaffer, B.S. Fredericktown, Ohio New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Established church at Hartford City, Indiana; Pastor at Kittanning, Pennsylvania. Evajoy Belle Smith, B.S. Dacoma, Oklahoma Camarada Club; Student Volunteers; Fine Arts Club; Dramatics Club; O.K. Club; Christian Vol¬ unteers ; Secretary of Cama¬ rada Club; Treasurer of O.K. Club; Judiciary Com¬ mittee ; S u n d a y-school Teacher; Say It with Music, What a Life, The Little Foxes. Doris Turner Anderson, Indiana Nathan Leonard Smith Anderson, Indiana Helen Grace Wages, B.A. Bessemer, Alabama Pep Club; French Club; Spanish Club; Southern Club; Fine Arts Club; Chairman of Clubs Com¬ mittee. Ruth Hefler Smith, B.A. Grand Rapids, Michigan Dramatics Club; Camarada Club; Student Volunteers; Vice-President of Student Volunteers; Transferred from University of Grand Rapids. Lorena Rosetta Waldrich Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Carl Richard Studebaker, B.Th. Corning, California Ethan Henry Waller, B.Th. Fairmount, Indiana Ministerial Fellow¬ ship; College Orchestra. Jeanne Florence Gerald Raymond Coral Carlene June Rudella Weigle Walls Weaver, B.A. Weigle, B.S. Harrisville, Crestline, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Sachem Club; Pastor Wal¬ nut Hills Church of God, Cincinnati, Ohio. Harrisville, Pennsylvania Eastern Club; Dramatics Club; Student Volunteers; Christian Volunteers. Pennsylvania Miriam Catherine Paul Russell Whalen, Thelma LaVaughn Robert Wallace White, Weisel, B.S. B.Th. Whalen, B.S. B.A. Alliance, Ohio Nawaka Club; W.S.G.A.; Dramatics Club; Camarada Club; Judiciary. Cincinnati, Ohio Booster; Christian Volun¬ teers; M. P. A.; Spanish Club; Orpheus Choral Club; A Cappella Choir; Student Council; Vocal Ensemble; School Social Committee; Treasurer of M.P.A.; President of Freshman Class; President of Sophomore Class; Presi¬ dent of Senior Class, 1946; President of Student Coun¬ cil ; Director of Park Place Church of God High- School Choir. Liberal, Kansas Pep Club; Dames Club; Vice-President of Pep Club; Vice-President of Dames Club; Secretary of Junior Class; Vice-Presi¬ dent of W.S.G.A.; Chair¬ man of Social Committee; Women’s Intramurals; Who’s Who. Detroit, Michigan Dale Lyan Wilkins, B.Th. West Liberty, Ohio Spanish Club; Fine Arts Club; International Re¬ lations Club; Student Vol¬ unteers ; Band; A Cappella Choir; Mock United Na¬ tions Assembly; Family Portrait. Emery Columbus Williams, B.Th. Anderson, Indiana Eastern Club; Student Vol¬ unteers ; Sachems; Inter¬ national Relations Club; Ministerial Fellow- s h i p; Negro Welfare Association; Intramurals; Debate Team; Sunday School Teacher; Treasurer of Eastern Club; Sergeant at Arms of Sachems; Treasurer of Student Vol¬ unteers ; Orpheus Male Choir. Stanton Ray Withrow, B.S. Morris Harvey College, 1943. Charlestown, West Virginia Duane Arlo WlNDEMILLER, B.A. Anderson, Indiana Booster Club; Eastern Club; Writers Club; Busi¬ ness Manager of Orange and Black. Ewald Ernest Wolfram, B.A. Anderson, Indiana Sachem Club; Ministerial Fellowship; Student Vol¬ unteers; M.P.A.; President of Ministerial Fellowship; Religious Life Program Committee; Field Secretary of World Service; Park Place Church of God Sun¬ day-school Teacher. Quentin Carlos Withrow, B.Th. Anderson, Indiana Booster Club; " A” Club; Dramatics Club; GI Club; Orpheus Choral Club; In¬ ternational Relations Club; Treasurer of Booster Club; Treasurer of Orpheus Choral Club; Secretary and Treasurer of GI Club; Vice-President of Sopho¬ more Class; Ghost Want¬ ed; Who’s Who; Basket¬ ball ; Editor of Echoes. SENIORS NOT PICTURED Alverta Breitweiser Dean Edward Hoppes Woodrow McIntyre Walter Harold Mitschelen Ralph Starr Gladys Thomason Grace Teidman Martin Williams JUNIORS JANICE BRADLEY, Secretary-Treasurer JOE CRANE, President GLENN FALLS, Vice-President Esther Acheson Wakeeney Kansas Melvin Acheson Ogallah Kansas Cleda Achor Anderson Indiana Karl Alteneder Orofino Idaho Olive Arms Akron Ohio Robert Austin Fulton New York Mythella Baublet Wabash Indiana Gladys Beardslee Seattle Washington Dewayne Bell Sacramento California Charles Benson Sacramento California Vera Gene Bickle Louisville Kentucky Jay Bolton Fisher Illinois Doris Bowser Anderson Indiana Janice Bradley Charleston West Virginia Virginia Chappell Oklahoma City Oklahoma J. D. Chelette Alexandria Louisiana Isham Crane Sand Springs Oklahoma Isom Crockett Wichita Kansas Walter Duvall Valley Station Kentucky Gerald Elston Homer Michigan Marion Emrick Pritchett Colorado Glenn Falls Denver Colorado William Farlow St. Paul Indiana W. Shirell Fox Anderson Indiana • Imogene Franklin Fisher Illinois Harold Garr Tulsa Oklahoma Edgar Guyer Anderson Indiana Kenneth Hall Anderson Indiana Helen Hamlin Charlevoix Michigan Paul Hand Elm Grove West Virginia Pauline Hawkins Decatur Indiana Adrine Kalfayan Beirut Lebanon Leonard Hill Clinton Iowa Miriam Kennedy Youngstown Ohio Betty Holder Colton California Georgetta Kinney Elkhart Indiana Jodie Hollaway Detroit Michigan Chester Kline Anderson Indiana Herman Johnson Farmhaven Mississippi Jeanne Lange Anderson Indiana Ruth Lenardson Allegan Michigan Margaret McCleskey Robert Macholtz Birmingham St. Joseph Alabama Michigan Richard Maness Lawrence Kansas Virginia Marsh Anderson Indiana Marjorie Mason Heltonville Indiana Evelyn Meyer Sweetwater Texas Lois Miller York Springs Pennsylvania Esther Oesch Caroline Pfenning New Springfield Milwaukee Ohio Wisconsin Eugene Powell Kansas City Missouri Virginia Quattrone Welch West Virginia Lawrence Reynolds Anderson Indiana Clara Richardson Sacramento California Velma Riddle Middletown Ohio Simon Robinson Rosemount Minnesota Robert Russell West Palm Beach Florida Homer Sauls Greeneville Tennessee Elaine Schroeder Muskegon Heights Michigan Milvoy Seacat Logansport Indiana Samuel Sharp Parlier California John Shriner Detroit Michigan Carl Smith Anderson Indiana Charles Solid Anderson Indiana Euretha Sorrell Lanett Alabama Edna Spence Hampton Virginia Vivian Swanson famestown New York Norman Sweeny Anderson Indiana Ralph Taylor Dayton Ohio Peter Tjart Castor, Alberta Canada Beatrice Toon Decatur Alabama Kathryn Traister Clarion Pennsylvania Agnes Tretfry Maynard Minnesota Earl Van Sipe Alpena Michigan Elvir Waurich New York New York Juanita Whitaker Welch West Virginia Ellyne Withrow Oklahoma City Oklahoma Beulah Woods London, Ontario Canada Iris Woolen Pueblo Colorado Robert Williams Indianapolis Indiana JUNIORS NOT PICTURED Verola Acheson Douglas Anger Sybil Ball Dorothy Brown Melvert Byers Grant Genske John Hand Helen Hossler Harriet Kramer Beatrice Morgan Dorothy Rauner Everell Rockhill J. D. Thomason Ethan Tilton Nelson Trick Lorene Trick Joyce Weiler Carl Williams, Sr. PART TIME Violet Beardsley Flint Michigan Margaret Benson Bessemer Alabama John Earley Montgomery Alabama Betty Fortner Anderson Indiana Joy Ikast Aslorg Denmark Nellie Raney Anderson Indiana Jean Longton Anderson Indiana Sam Priestley Tyrone Pennsylvania Violet Proctor Martins Ferry Ohio Roy Sauls Greeneville Tennessee Veneta Schmuki Anderson Indiana Eula Simon Sargent Nebraska Ruth Snyder Grampian Pennsylvania Sarah Stamps Anderson Indiana Arlene Stevens Elm Grove West Virginia James Walters Anderson Indiana Jeff Webb Flickman Kentucky SOPHOMORES AFTON BISHOP, Vice-President VELMA SNYDER, Secretary-Treasurer JOHN KINNEY, President Ronald Achor Anderson, Indiana Helen Anderson Cloquet, Minnesota Leon Anderson Annabelle Annis Meridian, Lansing, Mississippi Michigan Leon Atwell Arcadia, Indiana Albert Auguston Robert Aumiller Dixon, Union City, Illinois Indiana Grace Austin James Austin Glen Ball Leon Barnes John Batdorf Ambrose Berkebile Kenneth Bischoff Baraboo, Baraboo, Athens, Anderson, Midland, Anderson, Anderson, Wisconsin Wisconsin Indiana Indiana Michigan Indiana Indiana Afton Bishop Edwin Blake Norma Blewitt John Bobak Lorraine Boddy Emily Botts John Bouseman Mabton, Walla Walla, New York, Butler, Denver, Mt. Sterling, Alma, Washington Washington New York Pennsylvania Colorado Kentucky Illinois Robert Boyette Meridian, Mississippi Don Boze Flint, Michigan Larry Brooks Anderson, Indiana Flavy Brown Charleston, West Virginia Frances Brown Barryton, Michigan Genevieve Brown Huntingburg, Indiana Paul Brown Belding, Michigan . Hubert Bunyan Huntington, West Virginia Loyd Butler Little Rock, Arkansas Alfred Cain Cincinnati, Ohio Marshall Call Huntington, Indiana Chester Cantley Dry Creek, West Virginia Donald Cantrell Ulysses, Kansas Richard Cash Anderson, Indiana Jack Cassidy Middletown, Ohio Ethel Chalmers Huntington, Indiana Art Coberly Anderson, Indiana • Henry Coker Houston, Texas Glenn Cook Anderson, Indiana Norida Cooper Nowata, Oklahoma Fay Culp Franklin, Pennsylvania Donald Dean Columbus, Ohio Rollo Dennis Charles Detweiler Henry Dodson William Dreger William Eddy J. R. Edwards Jackson, Akron, Vero Beach, Garrettsville, Decatur, Sandoval, Michigan Ohio Florida Ohio Alabama Illinois Susie Emrick Pritchett, Colorado Joseph Espey Bessemer, Alabama Eugene Etheridge DonDeena Fleenor Fresno, Anderson, California Indiana Wilfred Foreman Rossville, Illinois Vern Forsberg New Castle, Pennsylvania H. M. Fraley Keaton, Kentucky Verle E. Fridley Margaret Germany Anderson, Union, Indiana Mississippi William Giesler Jamestown, New York Dorthy Goens Benton Harbor, Michigan Mary Louise Goerz Melvin Goerz Lutesville, Anderson, Missouri Indiana Claude Good Merino, Colorado Nancy Goodell Ina Jean Gorton Francis Gough Joyce Grandfield Jane Gray Kenneth Green Rudy Grubich Anderson, Evart, Alexandria, Nipawin, Sask., Butler, Arthur, Ontario, Cedar Rapids, Indiana Michigan Indiana Canada New Jersej Canada Iowa William Hall Joseph Hallam Jerry Hamon Marvin Hartman Evah Belle Hatch Jack Hayes William Heiden Anderson, Doniphan, Pasadena, Kalamazoo, Anderson, Pendleton, Greenfield, Indiana Missouri Texas Michigan Indiana Indiana Indiana Earl Henshaw William Hilbolt Maxine Hill Edison Hoffman Julian Holguin Juanita Humphrey James Hurst St. Louis, Anderson, Grand Rapids, St. Joseph, Carrollville, Bellville, Princeton, Missouri Indiana Michigan Michigan W is cons in Ohio Indiana Wayne Johnson Ralph Johnson William Johnson Herman Keeney Mable Kenney Jean Kilmer Clyde King Seminole, Cullman, Anderson, Anderson, Sullivan, Joplin, Anderson, Oklahoma Alabama Indiana Indiana Illinois Missouri Indiana John Kinney 1 Chester Kline Harold Kohloff Dorothy Koroch Marjorie Lammers Charles Lee Willie Legg High Point, Anderson, Milwaukee, Benton Harbor, Delton, Bloomington, Moss, North Carolina Indiana Wisconsin Michigan Michigan Illinois Mississippi Walter Lehmann Chicago, Illinois Philip Lemen Chicago, Illinois Charles Loewen Hutchinson, Kansas P. M. McPheron Anderson, Indiana Ruth McQuinn Middletown, Ohio Lolita Messer Detroit, Michigan Marlyn Meyer Ableman, Wisconsin I Robert Michael Anderson, Indiana Walter Miller York Springs, Pennsylvania Stella Morrison Council Grove, Kansas Ralph Morton Anderson, Indiana Felix Murrel Danville, Illinois Gertrude Naujoks Cleveland, Ohio William Neece Riverside, California Arlo Newell Stafford, Kansas Ruth Owen Golden, Colorado Edward Parr Montevideo, Minnesota Vivian Phelps Kenneth Potter Cedar Rapids, Anderson, Iowa Indiana Harold G. Powell Renfrew, Pennsylvania • Milton Proctor Franklin, Pennsylvania ■ foseph Puchek, Jr. Sharpsville, Pennsylvania Wilbur Qualma Clinton, Iowa n Thelda Quinn Bruce Radaker New Albany, Anderson, Indiana Indiana Eugene Ramsey Orville Ratzlaff Marion, Highmore, Illinois South Dakota Harry Redmond Erie, Pennsylvania Ralph Reed, Jr. William Rife Robert Robbins Haward Rogers Thomas Salter Arthur Sanderson Leon Seagar Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Metropolis, Pineland, Clinton, Mount Pleasant, Indiana Indiana Indiana Illinois Texas Io-wa Iowa Evelyn Seeley Russel Shankland Charles Sheets Gayle Shervey Victor Skorinko Billie Roy Smith Delores Smith Pound Lake, Creston, Anderson, Anderson, Palmerton, Decatur, Anderson, New York Ohio Indiana Indiana Pennsylvania Alabama Indiana Lynn Smith Velma Snyder Olympia Sommers Donna Stanley Elizabeth Steele Glenn Steele James Stewart Sayre, Springfield, Fresno, Tulsa, Dayton, Sidney, Moss, Pennsylvania Illinois California Oklahoma Ohio Ohio Mississippi Richard Swank Trotwood, Ohio Lucille Strawn Princeton, Indiana Darrel Thompson New Market, Iowa Jimada Walker Newton, Texas Frederick Stroebel Milwaukee, Wisconsin John Thornbery Middletown, Ohio Norman Walker Flint, Michigan Robert Sumpter Flint, Michigan Fern Tipton Sand Springs, Oklahoma Beatrice Wall Dayton, Pennsylvania James Toon Elora, Tennessee Geraldine Wall Dayton, Pennsylvania Lonnie Swann Bradenton, Florida Percy Tramel Eustis, Florida Devie Ward Muskogee, Oklahoma Alice Switzer Belding, Michigan Charles Treffry Flint, Michigan Wyatt Weeks Charleston, West Virginia Charles Thomas Dayton, Ohio Howard Walker Flint, Michigan Ralph Welton New Boston, Ohio Dorothy Whalen Cincinnati, Ohio Joyce Wilcox Vermontville, Michigan Wayne Wilder Luther, Michigan Blanche Williams Carl Williams, Jr. Frenchburg, Noblesville, Kentucky Indiana John Williams Maud, Ohio Merl Wise Cedar Rapids, Iowa Waneta Montgomery Lawrence Withers Rodney Wood Springfield, Anderson, Anderson, Ohio Indiana Indiana Two-Year Certificate William Worth Mary Youngblood Aimer ia, Bertha, Nebraska Minnesota SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED Lewis Barnes Lawrence Burzynski Willie Eggers Thomas Hogan Edward Lennon Donald Barnett Norman Butler William Evans Robert Hutton Robert Lutton Samuel Bebee Donald Byers William Fenelow James Hyndman John McCord Burdette Bidwell Melvon Carder Frank Gavel Joel James David Martyn Carroll Bloyd Gerald Culbertson Ernest Gross Thomas Jenkins John Miller Bryce Brown Margaret Dawson Raemon Harrington Ida Jolliff Kenneth Miller Leonard Walker Kenneth Watkins George Williamson Russell Wilson Hallicy Wood George Mingle Gerald Morgan Wesley Morgan Harold Nelson Mildred Nickell Charles Norton Nelson Pierce Albert Ratcliff Carl Roach Lorraine Sommers Glen Sutherland Jack Taylor James Thornburg Charles Traister Clyde Waite FRESHMEN ROBERT SUMPTER, Vice-President OSWALD MURRAY, President IRENE JONES, Secretary-Treasurer CARL ADAMS Oak Hill, West Virginia JACK ANDERSON Erie, Pennsylvania HOWARD BENSON Jackson, Mississippi CARL BORMAN Chicago, Illinois RAYMOND ADAMS Denver, Colorado JOSEPH ANDERSON Anderson, Indiana VONCEIL BENSON Union, Mississippi JUANITA BRASWELL Lufkin, Texas MARIE ADCOCK Moss, Mississippi CHRISTINE ANGELOS Gary, Indiana BETTY BEST Birmingham, Alabama RUTH BRINDUSE Anderson, Indiana DONALD AKERS Liberal, Kansas JOANNE BAILEY Prospect Park, Pennsylvania LENORA BEST Birmingham, Alabama SHIRLEY BRYANT Springfield, Illinois PATRICIA ALBRIGHT Anderson, Indiana BETTY BAKER La Junta, Colorado VASSO BLACKMAN Cleveland, Ohio MILDRED BULATOVICH Bronx, New York JACK ALLEN Dallas, Texas ELSIE BARFIELD Baraboo, Wisconsin LEONARD BLEVINS Springfield, Ohio ADELINE BULLER Benton Harbor, Michigan BEVERLY ANDERSON Waterford, On¬ tario, Canada VADENA BEASLEY Central City, Iowa NAOMI BODDY Denver, Colorado FRANCES BUNDY Brock port, Pennsylvania EVELYN ANDERSON West Brooklyn, Illinois JESS BELL St. Louis, Missouri HARRIET BOELKE Buffalo, New York SHIRLEY BURLEIGH Detroit, Michigan GEORGE JOHN JAMES PAUL DONNA PAUL GEORGE CHRISTOPHER CERBUS CHEWNING CHILDS CLAUSEN CLAY CLAY COBLE COLLIAS Sharon, Orlando, Dundalk, Anderson, Hudson, Dayton, Huntington, Chicago, Pennsylvania Florida Maryland Indiana Indiana Ohio Indiana Illinois MARLIN ARTHUR DORIS MELVYN EDNA BONNIE DOROTHY PATRICIA COLLINGWOOD COOK COOK CORNELIUS CRAVENS DALTON DAVIS DEAN Natrona Heights, Sat ant a, Neodesha, Kansas City, Lexington, Charleston, North Apollo, Windsor Heights, Pennsylvania Kansas Kansas Missouri Kentucky West Virginia Pennsylvania West Virginia GEORGE MARGUERITE BLANCHE JUANITA FRANCES EVELYNNE EDWARD ESTHER DENNISTON DESGALIER DEYOUNG DICKIE DIEZEL DREGER DUTY EDWARDS Sturgis, Niagara Falls, Almena, Charlevoix, Los Angeles, Garrettsville, Power, Cincinnati, Michigan New York Kansas Michigan California Ohio West Virginia Ohio WILLODINE CRETA MAE AUDREY ANNA RUTH LOIS ROBERT YVONNE VIRGINIA EGELSTON EPPINGER EVANS FALLS FEATHERSTON FIELDS FORTNER FRENCH Middletown, Norton, Kansas City, Greeley, Doniphan, Bellefontaine, Effingham, Athens, Ohio Kansas Kansas Colorado Missouri Ohio Illinois Pennsylvania 4 LOREN FRIDDLE Anderson, Indiana AMY FRYE Ellwood City, Pennsylvania HARRY FRY Venango, Pennsylvania OLA GARRETT St. Louis, Missouri KATIE GIBBS Sharon, Pennsylvania ILA GOAD Princeton, West Virginia PERCY GOTTIER Filer, Idaho YVONNE GRAF Milwaukee, Wisconsin BONNIE GREER Detroit, Michigan MAXINE GRUNWALD Rolla, Missouri DOROTHY GUYER Anderson, Indiana ROSE HAMON Brooksville, Florida JOYCE HANSEN Walkerville, Michigan J. W. HARDMAN Piqua, Ohio ARTHUR HARRIS San Juan, Texas ARLO HATCH Nappanee, Indiana ALMA HAUSE Ft. Lupton, Colorado MAYNARD HAZEN Coloma, Michigan MARVIN HELSEL Kittanning, Pennsylvania ROSALIE HENSLEY Oak Ridge, .Tennessee MARGARET HETRICK Distant, Pennsylvania BETTY HIGGINS Silver Lake, Indiana BEVERLY HORST Los Angeles, California RALPH HOSECK Dallas, Texas FRANCIS HURST Hot Springs, Arkansas GEORGIA JACKSON Montgomery, Alabama NOVA JAMES Hickman, Kentucky NELL JOHNSON Plant City, Florida HELEN JOHNSON Erlanger, Kentucky HARRIETT JOINER Birmingham, Alabama CHARLES JONES Bradenton, Florida IRENE JONES Liberal, Kansas WANDA GWENDOLYN MICKEY RUTH MARY ROBERT DELORES DAVID JONES KARDATZKE KATZ KILMER KINZER KLINE KNOUFF KRAUSE Ft. 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E. TRIGLETH, Jr. PAUL TURNER Alexandria, Louisiana Hugoton, Kansas Pontiac, Michigan Dayton, Ohio Clarion, Pennsylvania Anderson, Indiana Madison, Mississippi Englewood, Colorado THELMA TURNER MARY AGNES VINES PAUL WAGNER LLOYD WALKER HILDA WESNER CHARLES WHITE MELVA WHITE RUBY WHITE Ft. Lupton, Colorado Bessemer, Alabama Brookings, South Dakota Detroit, Michigan St. Joseph, Michigan Louisville, Kentucky Exeter, California Sunnyvale, California RUTH WHITE NORMA WIARD LEE WIENS BERTHA WILLIAMS LOWELL WILLIAMSON AVA WITHERS CHARLES WOODS JAMES ZAZANIS Detroit, Michigan Warsaw, Indiana Anderson, Indiana Maud, Ohio Canton, Ohio Hillsboro, North Dakota Anderson, Indiana Anderson, Indiana FRESHMAN NOT PICTURED Richard Adams Earl Aldred Joanne Bailey Virgil Barnes James Barrett Laura Bentley Ruth Buckholz Kathryn Burzynski David Byrd Glenn Carter Jesse Cassell Vivian Caudill Arthur Christianson Clarence Clemons Wavie Condor Douglas Coulter James Cuneo Albert Denny Beatrice DeWitt Ruby England Karl Faldon Donald Folsom James Gritzmacher Charles Hardman Charles Hardy Edward Harter Charles Hill Robert Hill Ralph Hinderer Merrill Holloway Floyd Hooper William House William Howard Bonnie James Donna Kleyla Sam Koch Kenneth Levy James Litton Aaron Long Phyllis Long George McCoy Milton McGee James Macholtz Dwight Marshall Clark Maurer Oscar Melson Herman Montgomery Richard Moore Russell Morehouse Oswald Murray Carl Peterson Paul Pritchett Evelyn Raab Albert Rapsilber Richard Roberts Gloria Sanderson Glenn Sands James Sargent Homer Schauer Gustoff Schoff Herbert Schumm Ruth Shell Cecil Shultz Carol Simon Robert Smith Keith Spegal Thomas Spenser Robert Stapleton James Troutman Nicholas Ukrainetz Bennett VanAtta Donald Voss Joanne Williams Loren Williams Harry Willis John Wilson Raymond Wilson Charles Wood Mattie Wood James Woodward Ervin Wright ARROW HEIGHTS Anderson Church of God Pastors Left to right: W. C. Wood, North Anderson; Dale Old¬ ham, Park Place; John M. Clark, Sherman Street; W. E. Reed, Arrow Heights; W. A. Fleenor, South Meridian Street; George Skinner, Jack- son Park; Albert Stephens, Irondale. IRONDALE PARK PLACE ANDERSON CHURCHES SHERMAN STREET SOUTH MERIDIAN WORLD PEACE ANGER IS STEAM lM AN AMERICAN SNAP IT, BROTHER fire prevention AVMTION PALESTINE PROBLEM God’s Dreams Dreams are they— but they are God’s dreams! Shall we decry them and scorn them ? That men shall love one another, That white shall call black man brother, That greed shall pass from the market place, That lust shall yield to love for the race, That man shall meet with God face to face— Dreams are they all, But shall we despise them— God’s dreams! Dreams are they— to become man’s dreams! Can we say nay as they claim us ? That men shall cease from their hating, That war shall soon be abating, That the glory of kings and lords shall pale, That the pride of dominion and power shall fail, That the love of humanity shall prevail— Dreams are they all, But shall we despise them— God’s dreams! —Thomas Curtis Clark, from 1000 Quotable Poems. Used by permission. Freshman Sunday-School Class Because of crowded conditions at Park Place Church, college-age Sunday-school classes were moved to Old Main. Mission Workers Co-chairmen for the evangelistic project at the downtown mission were Earl Van Sipe and Fred Knepp. CLASSROOM PRAYER JAIL WORKERS WELFARE WORKERS Student Volunteers The Student Volunteer Union has a threefold purpose: 1. To provide and carry out an adequate program of missionary education among the students. 2. To stimulate a missionary interest and spirit among the students, to the end that they will exhibit concern and support for missionary enterprise. 3. To be instrumental in leading men and women to dedicate themselves to missionary work. The Student Volunteer Movement, organized in 1888 as the missionary department of the Student Christian Movement, stretches throughout the world to stimulate and encourage missionary endeavor among colleges and universities. Mae Johnson, president; Ruth Smith, vice-president; Simon Robinson, treasurer; Edgar Guyer, recording secretary; Esther Acheson, corresponding secretary; Dr. Miller, adviser. Ministerial Fellowship The purpose of the Ministerial Fellowship is to promote spirituality and to bring all the ministerial students of Anderson College into a common fellow¬ ship. David Jenkins, president; William Eddy, vice-president; James Shell, secretary-treasurer; Dr. Miller, adviser. Christian Volunteers Many Anderson College students each year spend their summers as Christian Volunteers, doing religious field work. Acting as vacation Bible school directors, as migrant workers, as apprentice pastors, Volunteers cover the nation. This project is sponsored by the Church of God Board of Christian Education and the National Youth Fellowship. Traveling Quartets EASTERNAIRES KING’S MESSENGERS RICHARD MEISCHKE Managing Director Anderson College stu¬ dents are playing a large part in the success of the national Church of God radio program, the Christian Brother¬ hood Hour. DR. DALE OLDHAM Guest Minister Radio Choir directed by Mrs. John Kane I In Memoriam LEFT: PROFESSOR JOSEPH WILEY 1896—1946 Professor of Mathematics BELOW: DOCTOR E. A. REARDON 1874—1946 Pastor, Park Place Church of God 1920 - 1926 , 1933-1945 QUENTIN WITHROW CLARA RICHARDSON JAMES SHELL Since no single factor in the school is more interested in The Echoes than The 1947 Echoes, it rates the position of first publication and has the privilege of writing its own obituary. How many, many times the editors have rendered heartfelt thanksgivings to all the powers for the universal compassion which is shown them for their indiscretions in being such—a compassion which prompts a lenient world to goad and pull them through to the end of a hectic year! As the saying goes, " If we ever finish this job, never again will we be fools enough to—” But no one would believe us. Neither do we. Thanks to a fine staff for a job well done. THE EDITORS CONFER The ECHOES STAFF AIJ ' BlJS NESS Faculty Adviser . Professor Newberry Editor in Chief. Quentin Withrow Staff Secretary . Ellyne Withrow Business Manager . James Shell Managing Editor . Clara Richardson Associate Editor . Kenneth Hall Art Editor. W. Shirell Fox Circulation Manager. Russell Wilson Advertising Manager . Gene Powell Club Editor . June Weigle Class Editor . Donna Stanley Features Editor . Russell Renz Sports Editor . Melvin Goerz Associate Sports Editor . Charles Thomas Senior Editor . Emily Botts Artist.Mary Prokos Staff Photographer .William Johnson Contributing Photographers.Marion Sell Wilfred Foreman Advertising Staff . Sam Sharpe Arlo Newell Flavy Brown Circulation Staff . Robert Macholtz Harold Powell Arlene Mauch Robert Russell Going to Press The Andersonian Editors Confer Li VI i ■ f gv -V T .1 - The Andersonian A new part of campus life in 1947 is the Andersonian, official college newspaper. At the start of the second semester the editor in chief and the business manager were elected follow¬ ing a widespread subscription campaign. A staff was quickly organized, and a week later the first weekly edition appeared, a seven- column, four-page publication. Heading the staff were Kenneth Hall as editor in chief and Melvin Goerz as business manager. Working as news editor at various times were Wilfred Foreman and J. D. Chelette. Other editors were: Velma Snyder, feature editor; Mina Trick, social editor; Fred Stroebel, sports editor; Joyce Hansen, girls’ sports editor; Elaine Schroeder, exchange editor; Viggo Mad¬ sen, art editor; Mary Youngblood, proof edi¬ tor; Alice Switzer, Gertrude Naujoks, Mary Goerz, copy editors. Reporters and feature writers were: Duane Windemiller, Margaret Dawson, Jerry Hamon, Edgar Guyer, Walter Miller, Shirley Burleigh, Ruth McQuinn, W. Shirell Fox, Audrey Evans, Esther Acheson, Earl Van Sipe, Dean Stork, Harry Fry, Bob Macholtz, Frank Robertson. Business manager was Bob Williams, assisted by Joe Puchek. Harry Redmond was circulation manager, with Clarence Powell, Marlin Colling- wood, and Vivian Swanson as assistants. M. P. A. The Men’s Progressive Associa¬ tion was organized for the pur¬ pose of promoting good will among the men students of the College. This year’s president has been Oscar Borden. Seated: Her¬ man Johnson, vice-president; Os¬ car Borden, president; Russell Rentz, secretary-treasurer. Stand¬ ing: William Rife, sergeant at arms. Dr. Miller is adviser. W. S. G. A. The Women’s Student Govern¬ ment Association strives to be helpful to every woman student in making her college adjust¬ ments and in attaining the goals of ideal womanhood. The or¬ ganization has been under the leadership of Evelyn Kissinger this year. Seated: Lois Miller, vice-president; Evelyn Kissinger, president; Ina Jean Gorton, sec¬ retary. Standing: Elaine Schroe- der, lounge chairman; Evajoy Smith, judiciary chairman; Wil- lodine Egelston, publicity chair¬ man ; Grace Austin, treasurer. Dr. Deubach is adviser. Boosters The spirit of the Booster Club is reflected in their emblem, the cross which stands for the strength of religion, and the fleur de lis which symbolizes loyalty to a cause. The club exists to carry out projects that will lift Anderson College to a higher level as a Christian school and to promote a Christian collegiate spirit among the students. This year marks the tenth anniversary of the club, which was organized in October, 1936, for the purpose of boosting general college functions and especially athletic functions. Maurice Mauch, president; Gene Powell, vice-president; Melvin Goerz, secretary; Don Smith, treasurer; Dr. Schminke, adviser. Donnie Dawson is the club mascot. Camarada The Camarada Club is a fellowship group whose purpose is to promote the interests of our Alma Mater—sponsor service projects for her benefit; to cultivate a finer fellowship among the women of our college—to assume a more practical spirit of Christian friendship and arouse a greater appreciation of life itself in all club members and their associates. The name Camarada is Spanish and means comrade or partner; it symbolizes the club purpose. Jeanne Walls, president; Norma Borden, vice-president; Barbara Haas, secretary; Velma Riddle, treasurer; Miss Ponder, adviser. State ' • . Cihu Club C1HU is simply reaching through To people whom we never knew, To those of other tongue or hue, To places where we don ' t now do, And asking. tl Friend, CAN 1 HELP YOU?’ ' This club was organized last year by a group of Freshmen women to promote fellowship among the students and to be of service wherever a need is found. Norma Blewitt, president; Gertrude Naujoks, vice-president; Marlyn Meyer, secretary; Genevieve Brown, treasurers Dr. Hurlbut, adviser. Pep Club The object of the Pep Club is to promote school spirit and good will in athletics and to support other worthy college projects. The Pep Club Choir has given unlimited service to the school, the church, and the community in its various musical programs throughout the year. Cleda Achor, president; Thelma Whalen, vice-president; Esther Oesch, secretary; Jeanne Newberry, treasurer; Dr. Cline, adviser. Sachem Club Sachem is an Indian name for leader or chief. The Sachems incorporate the finest aspirations of manhood in their motto: God first, others second, self last. The aim of the club, which consists of some of the most active men stu¬ dents, is co-operatively to create and maintain school spirit on a high level. Gerald Elston, president; Art Coberly, vice-president; Walter Kufeldt, secre¬ tary; Leonard Hill, treasurer; Samuel Sharp, reporter and historian; Bill Eddy, sergeant at arms; Dr. Kardatzke, adviser. Dramatics Club This has been an active year for the Dramatics Club. Plays presented included Family Portrait, Saturday Evening Ghost, and a group of one-act plays. The purpose of the club is the development of personality and talent through creative interpretation. Earl Van Sipe, president; Audrey Evans, vice-president; Arlo Newell, secretary; Melvyn Cornelius, treasurer; Dr. Eaton, adviser. International Relations Club In its efforts to further the ideals of peace, the International Relations Club sponsored several projects this year, most important of which was the Model United Nations Assembly held on the campus, April 25-26, for students of the nine Madison County high schools. The club, an organization of over fifty persons, carried out interesting monthly programs including presentation of a number of chapel speakers. Community interest in the group was emphasized in the acceptance by over 70 prominent Anderson citizens of invitations to serve as city sponsors. The club is affiliated with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the American Association for United Nations, Inc. Officers for 1946-47 included: W. Shirell Fox, president; James M. Hyndman, first vice-president; Charles M. Benson, second vice-president; Burdette Bidwell, third vice-president; Dewayne B. Bell, secretary; Ola M. Garrett, treasurer. Dr. Stone was faculty adviser. G. I. Club Russell Wilson, chairman Larry Lawrence, vice-chairman Joe Puchek, secretary J. D. Chelette, treasurer Wayne Johnson, chaplain Dr. Stone, adviser The purpose of the G.I. Club is to perpetuate the fellowship created through patriotic service to our country, to enable the vet¬ eran to make proper adjustment to civilian life, and to assist the administration of the College in promoting an academic program adequate for the veteran. The club has fostered an esprit de corps among the student body by concrete expression of their ideals. Spanish Club The purpose of the Spanish Club is to discern the spiritual signifi¬ cance of the needs of the Spanish¬ speaking peoples, to encourage interest in Spanish as a language, and to create a missionary interest in our South American neighbors. June Weigle, president; James Hurst, vice-president; Melva White, sec¬ retary-treasurer ; Dr. Osborne, ad¬ viser. ' Sfi V ■a ' llNL j« INK japm: : jpr jftjnp H 7% ■ ■. _ • ■ j ft : fc► :■??. 2gK » jH If j Fine Arts Club The Fine Arts Club is a new or¬ ganization on the campus. Its major function is to promote and encour¬ age art in the four fields of litera¬ ture, music, drama, and painting. LaNoyette Mayo, president; Mar ie Mayo, vice-president; Mary Prokos, secretary; Joseph Puchek, treasurer; LaNoyette Mayo, publicity direc¬ tor; Arlo Hatch, membership di¬ rector; Grace Teidman, social di¬ rector. Robert Michael served as president during the first semester. French Club The purpose of the French Club is to promote the use of French as a language and to aid the student in conversation. David Martyn, presi¬ dent; James Stewart, vice-president; Dr. Osborne, adviser. Debate Club t The purpose of the Debate Club is to foster interest in intercollegiate debating, to promote clarity of thought and self-expression, and to study techniques in the forensic field. Edgar Guyer, president; John Bouseman, vice-president; Shirley Burleigh, secretary-treasurer; Earl Van Sipe, director. [U 1 r ? 1 ■ ■ 11 f y $ I 11 11 ft I Sj 11 1 t 1 i | -v | | K A | 1 . 1 { Wm H " ' -ft ' .|B f SB i JL 1 SM ' ' m Lk J M B ' J A mar ■ wm ’JPUL. 1 r ‘ L_ v ftgl R m ft e V ftjj , i IBl Photography Club The Photography Club was or¬ ganized to familiarize the amateur with the essentials of good photog¬ raphy and to determine the finer points of picture taking. This year’s program has also given emphasis to developing technique and a knowl¬ edge of the use of camera ac¬ cessories. William Johnson, presi¬ dent; Rudy Grubich, vice-president; Jeff Webb, secretary-treasurer; June Weigle, social chairman; Jerry Hamon, publicity chairman. The Green Inkers This group was organized this year to promote interest in creative writing and its techniques. Contri¬ butions are made regularly to the campus newspaper in the form of stories, essays, and poetry. Arlo Hatch, president; Jerry Hamon, vice-president; Mary Midkiff, sec¬ retary-treasurer; Dr. Cline, adviser. Colorado Club This club was organized two years ago for the purpose of promoting fellowship among the students from Colorado and to stimulate interest among prospective Anderson Col¬ lege students from that state. Ray Adams, president; Betty Baker, vice-president; Naomi Boddy, sec¬ retary-treasurer; Dr. Deubach, ad¬ viser. Eastern Club The Eastern Club is the oldest sec¬ tional club on the campus. It was organized six years ago for the pur¬ pose of creating fellowship among the students from the East and to assist some worthy Eastern student financially. The project of the club has been to raise an annual scholar¬ ship fund. Art Coberly, president; Donald Roemer, vice-president; Jane Gray, secretary; Vivian Swan¬ son, treasurer; Dr. and Mrs. Miller, sponsors. Dames Club The Dames Club was formed three years ago to further social activities among married women students and wives of students. Meetings are held monthly which promote the club intellectually as well as socially. Jean Barnes, president; Thelma Whalen, vice-president; Lou Espy, secretary; Ruby Roemer, treasurer; Mrs. Earl Martin, adviser. College Choir Ensemble Women’s Glee Club Men’s • Glee Club Anderson College Band RALPH STARR, Direct Southern Club The aim of the South¬ ern Club is to support some needy Southern student and to further the cause of Anderson College. Joe Espy, president; Doris Davis, vice-president; Esther K u f e 1 d t, secretary- treasurer. ATHLETICS Coaches Anderson College’s athletic program is viewing new and much greater horizons. It was three years ago that Dr. Clifton White came to this small Indi¬ ana college. Anderson had dropped intercollegiate com¬ petition due to the war, but Coach White arranged a sched¬ ule consisting of approximately twelve games. The next year he arranged a full schedule of both basketball and baseball. " Coach” didn’t stop here. He saw the need of, and helped plan, a good physical plant in which to take care of physical education. This year he needed some help. Frank " Pop” Hedden, who has completed his first year at Anderson, came from Butler University. His basketball squad has had a successful season and we are anxiously looking toward the new horizons in track and football. COACH WHITE " POP” HEDDEN Cheerleaders What would our basketball games have been without cheers? And what would our cheers have been without leaders? At every game we had at least two of these unsung heroes and heroines to direct our cheers. DEAN STORK, NELL JOHNSON, EVELYN MEYER, JIM HURST “A” Club The " A” Club, advised by Coach White, is composed of boys who have earned their letter in some sport. The of¬ ficers are: president, Tom Newberry; vice-presi¬ dent, Quentin Withrow; sec¬ retary, Bill Miller; treasurer, Grant Genske. The club’s activities are highlighted by a banquet for all athletes near the end of the year. Women’s Athletic Association Last year for the first time a Women’s Athletic Association was organized under the di¬ rection of Coach White, but due to lack of interest they made little progress. This year after a slow start they elected officers and have had a lot of fun and competition among themselves. The of¬ ficers are: president, Maxine Hill; secretary-treasurer, Irene Jones; recorder, Thelma Scott; rep orter, Joyce Hansen. Left to right: Loren Williams, Dick Adams, Emery Williams, Don Byers, Joe Puchek. Cross Country For the first time in many years Anderson College competed in cross-country track. Soon after school started " Pop” Hedden called for the boys wanting to run the three- mile course. There were several fellows who turned out, most of them having consider¬ able high-school experience. On October 19, they traveled to Canterbury College, formerly Central Normal, for their first meet. Although Canterbury has been competing in cross country for several years they were not able to cross the finish line soon enough and the Ravens defeated them 37-41. (The team having the lowest number of points wins.) Because of various reasons this was the only dual meet that " Pop” was able to schedule. However, on November 9 was the " big” meet. That day our boys went to the state meet and entered the little state. Dick Adams placed second, Loren Williams seventh, Don Byers eighth, Julian Holguin twenty-first, Harry Fry twenty-second. When team totals were taken Ball State and Butler tied for first with 44 points and Anderson came next with 60, claiming third place in the first state meet in which it ever competed. Although they did not have many races in which to run they showed their ability in these two meets, and we are expecting bigger things next year. i ft Barnett Scores Again!! Basketball This year’s edition of the Ravens’ basketball team was the best, most potent to ever represent the College in its hardwood history. Their season’s record of 16 wins and 9 losses is not especially outstanding, but considering their competition it is one to be proud of. Most of the boys had played together or against each other previous to coming to college. Joe Anderson, John Wilson, and Bill Howard were one of the state’s highest scoring high-school trios in 1943-1944. Joe and John again poured in the points this season. John was eighth in the nation and first in the state with 515 points; he broke the old record of 465, while Joe ranked high in the nation and fifth in the state. The high light of the season was the game with North Carolina State, one of the nation’s best teams. Sparked by the sharpshooting of Joe and John it was a nip-and-tuck battle all of the way with the Red Terrors victorious 68-65. The Ravens won sixteen out of twenty-five games for an average of .640. They defeated every team they played except North Carolina State, Dayton Univer¬ sity, and Canterbury. They were never beaten by more than 10 points while they drubbed Giffin College 82-24. They scored 1,504 points for an average of 60.4 to their opponents’ 1,137 for an average of 45.12. Time to dress? Waiting! Time Out! Don Barnett Joe Anderson John Wilson Ray Wilson Bob Smith 5 t • ■ ► ' " ■ , - ' -af - a Dick Roberts Merrill Holloway Ed Hoffman Bill Howard im Woodward . . ' ■ Charity! Music! From the corner! SEASON’S RECORD Anderson 72 Tri-State 38 Anderson 97 Indiana Tech. 49 Anderson 43 Wabash 31 Anderson 82 Giffin 82 Anderson 66 Oakland City 40 Manchester 59 Anderson 57 Anderson 51 Huntington 45 Anderson 65 U. of Havana 42 Canterbury 47 Anderson 40 Anderson 71 Defiance 46 Anderson 54 St. Xavier 42 Huntington 71 Anderson 70 Anderson 45 Manchester 40 Tiffin 70 Anderson 60 Anderson 70 Concordia 28 Anderson 64 Fort Harrison 41 Cedarville 47 Anderson 42 Anderson 54 Tiffin 37 N. Car. State 68 Anderson 65 Anderson 82 Cedarville 32 Oakland City 56 Anderson 51 Canterbury 51 Anderson 42 Dayton U. 45 Anderson 39 Anderson 57 Defiance 50 Anderson 68 Hanover 35 THE ALUMNI GAME Anderson 75 Alumni 42 Football For the first time in the history of Anderson College a foot¬ ball program has been started. For the last few years foot¬ ball has been discussed on the campus, and this spring the first call for players was sent out. " Pop” worked with them for a while, but because most of the boys were active in baseball or track it was dis¬ continued until next fall when the Ravens will enter into a full program of inter-col¬ legiate football competition. Intramurals Happy or haggard? Regard¬ less of which, these are the boys that represented Mill’s House in the intramural basketball league. After many an exciting game these fellows proved to be the champions. The league was composed of eight rough-and-tumble teams of basketball-loving boys. On many a Thursday night one can hear the fellows racing back and forth over the court, between interruptions of the referee’s whistle and the timekeeper’s horn, to deter¬ mine who can throw the ball through the iron hoop the greatest number of times. Tennis This year, largely due to the enthusiasm of Fred Knepp, manager, Anderson College entered a tennis team in intercollegiate competition. Although they lost their first meet, they came back to win the second, and they are look¬ ing forward with high antici¬ pation to the remainder of the season. The complete team includes James Thornburg, Samuel Bebee, Edison Hoff¬ man, A. W. Miller, Jr., Kenneth K i n i o n, Oswald Murray, Howard Walker. Tennis Record Anderson 2 Manchester 4 Anderson 5 Huntington 2 Golf Record Anderson 3 Anderson 6 Anderson 9 2 Anderson 6 Anderson 5 Wabash 9 Wabash 6 Canterbury 2l 2 Franklin 6 Wabash 7 Golf Another new horizon was viewed when Oscar Melson, Dick Roberts, Jim Troutman, Bryce Brown, Charles Sheets organized as a golf team. Oscar Melson, one of the state’s best, paced the team with scores near par or under par. He was followed close behind by Dick Roberts who was medalist in a meet with Wabash for scoring two over par. The fellows have a record of which they do not need to be ashamed. K Another progressive step in sports was taken when Anderson entered into full competition in track. Considering the average size of track teams ours is small, but it has made for itself a respected place among its opponents. The team has three big guns, Dick Adams, Art Cook, and John Wilson, who have scored most of the points. Although these three boys had had a lot of high-school experience, the majority of the team was inexperienced. At the first meet these three boys did most of the scoring, but as the season progressed the other boys gave a fine scoring punch. So far their season is highlighted by the winning of a five-way meet at Terre Haute. The Ravens collected 55 points while their closest opponent was able to accumulate only 34. As the season is not yet over, we say, " Good luck, Ravens.” Track Record Anderson 40 Ball State 92 Anderson 42 Butler 94 Anderson 64 Canterbury 37 Franklin 36 (This six-way meet also included Indiana Central, Rose Polly, and Hanover.) Anderson 44 Earlham 102 Evansville 17 Anderson 90 Canterbury Indiana 57 Central 19 Happy Landing, Art Atta Boy, Lee Up - - - and over, John . r , 1 1 Ravens I J. WILSON J. ANDERSON CHUCK LEE M. HOLLOWAY Baseball Record Anderson 11 Indiana Tech 2 Anderson 14 Ft. Harrison 2 Anderson 16 Canterbury 5 Anderson 2 Indiana Central 3 Anderson 3 Indiana Central 1 Anderson 4 Manchester 9 Anderson 2 Manchester 11 Anderson 4 Ball State 16 Anderson 11 Earlham 6 Anderson 12 Huntington 6 Anderson 4 Manchester 8 Anderson 4 Manchester 1 FEATURES THELMA WHALEN WANDA ANEW ALT GERALD ELSTON KENNETH HALL 1946—1947 Who’s Who Among Students MAURICE MAUCH Helen McDermott JOHN SHRINER in American Universities and Colleges PAUL WHALEN THELMA WHALEN QUENTIN WITHROW fill QLhu UM o _ pnowyruRWB lh» AKfRlCAW I J| vwvERsniEs [ HAND C70U. tab ' s. I MODEL UNITED NATIONS all-school steering committee On Friday and Saturday, April 25 and 26 , scores of students from Madison County’s nine high schools converged on the campus to participate in a Model General Assembly of the United Nations, sponsored by the College. Its success is shown by the photographs on these two pages and in the numerous requests made to make the event an annual affair. Planning was under the supervision of an All-School Steering Committee. The Hon. George J. Mathieu, di¬ rector of the Language Di¬ vision of the United Nations Secretariat, addressed a mass meeting on Friday night. THE " BIG FIVE’’ . ..... NIGHT MASS MEETING GENERAL ASSEMBLY FRANCE ADDRESSES THE ASSEMBLY presenting THE PRESIDENT! CHILE speaking THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION IS the 2,500 People Who Have Attended Anderson College During Her Thirty Years of History. We Have Had a Part in Her Outstanding Past. We Have Faith and Works Ready to Invest in Her Challenging Future. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OFFICERS George W. Blackwell, ’28, president Elmer Rich, ’41, first vice-president Robert H. Reardon, ’40, second vice-president Helen A. Holton, ’46, recording secretary John H. Kane, ’21, ’39, executive secretary “OPPORTUNITY” ALUMNI BUSINESS 1. Keep alive the friendships, ideals and loyalties gained at Anderson College. 2. Enlist young people in kingdom of God service with preparation made at Anderson College. 3. Publish the Alumni News monthly for alumni, friends of the College and prospective students. 4. Raise $30,000 during the College’s Thirtieth Anniversary year—largely by the use of the " Living Endowment” plan. m 7 M-OVSlMJ EIt itMfj Sunday ' ovemoer S9 7 “OPPORTUNITY” ALUMNI EVENTS Nation-wide College Sunday, November 9, 1947 Homecomer’s Harvest Festival, November 25-26, 1947 Membership Renewal Day, May 15,1948 Reunion Banquet, June 11, 1948 Initiations State Stunt Nite One of the first events of the school year that forwards student acquaintances is the State Stunt Nite program, annually sponsored by the Booster Club. The program is made up of skits presented by the stu¬ dents from various groups of states. Names such as " Texas” and " Michigan” are tagged on students from this time forth. NUFF SED! [ : 4 •: $ m Kjo if:yjr wjfll For the Best in: FLOOR COVERINGS CLOTH AND VENETIAN BLINDS SALES AND SERVICE Charles A. Durgan DURGAN’S FLOOR COVERING Phone 7290 Eighth Main Anderson, Ind. Compliments of Munson’s Appliances GAS RANGES VIKON STREET WALL TILE CUSTOM-BUILT KITCHEN CABINETS 204 E. 9th Phone 2-7470 Congratulations To Our Alma Mater On Her Thirtieth Anniversary The Booster Store Compliments of MILLER’S CAFE Phone 9805 1403 Meridian St, Anderson, Indiana Pearson’s Music Dept. ANDERSON’S MOST COMPLETE MUSIC HOUSE ALL NATIONAL BRANDS BAND INSTRUMENTS and ALL LEADING BRANDS OF RECORDS PEARSON’S 1415 Meridian Phone 3357 CHEVROLET Cars Trucks Sales Service Genuine Chevrolet Parts And Accessories HUNTER MOTOR CO. INC. “A Service Institution” 11th Central Dial 6618 Congratulations To Our Alma Mater On Her Thirtieth Anniversary The Sachem Store A. R. CRIST Doctor of Optometry DEPENDABLE SERVICE SINCE 1926 Lenses Duplicated One-Day Service 2 W. 10th St. Anderson, Indiana Gadberry’s Grocery Lunch Fine Meats Quality Groceries “Let’s Go to Gadberry’s’’ Cor. 5th College Phone 4012 Office Supplies Safes Every Office Need Fountain Pens Portable Typewriters RENTALS — REPAIRS — SUPPLIES FOR TYPEWRITERS — ADDING MACHINES Everything for Every Office MiU l Jiu aiilA, Right on Meridian Street at 1212 Phone 4404 The East Side Jersey Dairy Producers of Best-Ever Dairy Products Produces the Malted Milk that— “Made Its Way by the Way It’s Made” DAIRY BAR STORES 1009 Central 722 Broadway Anderson, Indiana CONGRATULATIONS TO ANDERSON COLLEGE ON ITS THIRTIETH ANNIVERSARY AND TO THE PROGRESS MADE DURING THAT TIME. WE ARE PROUD OF OUR PART IN THIS SPLENDID YEARBOOK AND FOR THE CO-OPERATION OF ITS OFFICIAL STAFF. NINETEENTH AND MAIN WHEN IN NEED OF PORTRAITS OR WEDDING PICTURES, AT HOME, CHURCH, OR STUDIO, CONSULT US AT 1011V 2 MERIDIAN. PHONE 3170. WHEN IN NEED OF KODAK FINISHING, CONSULT US AT THE STUDIO OR THE FINISHING PLANT AT NINETEENTH MAIN. PHONE 2-4493. WE ARE READY TO SERVE YOU AT ALL TIMES FOR ALL PHOTOGRAPHIC NEEDS GORDON ODELL STUDIO IOIIV 2 Meridian St. Kresge Building Anderson, Indiana Phone 3170 Post Office Cafe GUS S. PANCOL, PROPRIETOR 16 W. Eleventh St. Anderson, Indiana Home-Baked Pies Our Specialty 24-HOUR SERVICE “Where the Athletes Eat” WEDDING FLOWERS CUT FLOWERS CORSAGES PLANTS Flowers Telegraphed BOUQUET SHOP 31 W. 12th Phone 8910 fRADf.MARK MO. U. $. PAT. OPP. COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Phone 8834 t TOWNE SHOPPE Ladies’ Apparel and Accessories BERTHA CASTETTER Phone 5962 832 No. Main St. Anderson, Indiana STAR LAUNDRY 915 Main St. Phone 2-7509 Anderson, Ind. Smith-Alsop Anderson Paint Company 1411 Meridian Phone 4161 ANDERSON, INDIANA Compliments of - Thrift “E” Super Market Anderson, Indiana “Anderson’s Most Complete Food Store” Star China Company ★ “Buy your China and Housewares at the China Shop” Phone 7122 Corner 9th and Main Window Shades Metal Trim Cabinets Floor Covering Radio Service Janitor Supplies Appliances Robert Miller, Proprietor The Floor Store Anderson, Ind. 934 Main St. Phone 2-2875 Elwood, Ind. 1405 Main St. Phone 1453 It’s • Scltu te ib., One. for MEN’S AND BOYS’ WEAR Please Your Friends with a Tasty Dessert Alsop’s Pies Phone 2-5712 Phone 6678 Comer 8th Main 2808 Lynn St. Anderson Compliments of BANNER STORE May’s Comer Store Drugs, Sundries and Cosmetics “ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE” Anderson’s Dominant Thrift Store It Pays to Shop Here Phone 9721 702 E. 8th St. A Home-owned, Home-operated, Popular priced Department Store Compliments of Baker Paper Company Oshkosh, Wis. Birkett’s . . . Sporting Goods Everything for the Sportsman 1133 Main St., Anderson, Ind. Phone 5717 Compliments of Clair Call 15 West 11th St. The Store for Men J J Menk r foJea i “DeLuxe Tailoring” 1133 Meridian Street TRY OUR DELICIOUS STEAKS AND CHOPS Victory Restaurant “EXCELLENT FOOD” OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY GEO. ANTON, OWNER Phone 9853 21-23 W. 12th St. OUR SLOGAN: “As good as the best, better than the rest” COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE SERVICE Higgins Son CLEANING and PRESSING 317 Cottage Ave. Call 2-6680—We’ll Do the Rest RADIOS APPLIANCES Complete Repair Service Home Heating Supplies Courteous Service—Satisfaction Guaranteed Stewart-Wright, Inc. 926 Main Dial 6814 COUSINS Anderson s Leading Jewelers 10th Meridian Anderson, Ind. ATLAS BROTHER jra£8», t jHSp HH| ■ !a| ji ' fc. » iff 1 | ff] §® ' J| WE GIVE PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE 24 HOURS DAILY Milner Hotel Barber Shop 106 East Ninth Street Tunnel Taxi Is the Place to Go if You Want the Best Barbers 6694 Phone 6695 W. M. Johnson—Irvin Hoffman C. E. Becknell 17 E. 12th Anderson, Ind. Irvin Hoffman, Owner Manager HAMBURGERS 10c Not clothes at the lowest price, but the Buy ’em by the sack. You’ll like ’em the way we fry ’em. Best Clothes • AT THE PRICE! Hill’s Snappy Service Bin i For the Finest in Music Music and Hobby Shop QUALITY SINCE 1880 INCORPORATED 12th Jackson Sts. Anderson, Ind. • Phone 9305 Meridian Street Anderson, Indiana Your Musical Headquarters for Anderson COMPLIMENTS OF Smart Apparel 1010 Meridian J. C. Penney Co. EXCLUSIVELY AT ROTH’S 1030 Meridian Phone 5539 Rothmoor . . . Swansdown Carlye . Dorsa . Paula Brooks Charles Armour . Margie Joy Compliments of Park-N-Shop We specialize in the Finest Meats STEAKS CHOPS ROASTS LOWELL - HARRY - EDDIE 622 E. 8th St. Anderson, Ind. Compliments of Baxter’s Beauty Salon Phone 4988 1007 E. 5th St. Anderson, Ind. Specializing in All Types of Beauty Service Compliments of Vanderbur Shell Service Tire—Battery Service—Lubrication Gas, Oil and Accessories Road Service Dale Vanderbur, Owner Phone 9936 724 Milton Ave. Anderson, Ind. McCreary Agency REAL ESTATE INSURANCE Phone 6122 417 Anderson Bank Building “KNOWN FOR FINE DIAMONDS” £2 DeLAWTER’S Jewelry Store £2 13 W. 11th Street “Your Jeweler for over a quarter of a century” FOLAND’S Quality Plus Service 1229 Meridian Street ANDERSON, INDIANA WALLPAPER PAINTS GLIDDEN PAINTS • PAINTERS’ SUPPLIES HOUSEHOLD NEEDS • PLAQUES • GIFTS Phone 2-1214 RETAIL AND WHOLESALE Sauter’s for Shoes BOSTONIAN FOR MEN RED CROSS FOR WOMEN Geo. L. Jones WALLPAPER AND PAINTS 7 E. 9th St. Phone 3675 1201 Meridian Phone 2-2418 SOUTH SIDE SQUARE Compliments of McAllen’s FINE FURNITURE 1222 Meridian Phone 2-4448 The Behrens Co. “Red Spot Folks” 1221 Meridian Dial 3029 ARTISTS’ SUPPLIES PAINTS WALLPAPER IT’S NOT HOME UNTIL PLANTED Plant for Permanence Plant Perennials and Hardy Bulbs from lVTORTH ACRES x GARDENS R. R. 2 Box 84 Anderson, Indiana SEND OR CALL FOR CATALOG VISITORS WELCOME Compliments of The F. C. Cline Lumber Company 2-2315 400-432 Main Compliments of The Madison County Lumber Co. Anderson, Indiana 1421 Jackson St. Phone 6631 Best Wishes to You in the Future— LEW THE TAILOR LEWALLEN TAILORS Smith Floral Company The Best in CORSAGES and CUT FLOWERS AT ALL TIMES We Telegraph Flowers Anderson, Indiana Dial 4467 Booksellers Office Outfitters DECKER’S, INC. “67 Steps off Meridian on Eleventh” Dial 4467 Stationers Athletic Goods Broadway Sales Company 633 Broadway Anderson, Indiana Phone 7715 Partners Everett A. Hartung Earl D. Morrison Paul D. Anderson INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH Wholesale and Retail Distributors U. S. Tires and Products Kelly-Springfield Tires Fleet-Wing Gasoline Quaker State Oil Accessories and Parts SALES AGENTS SERVICE “If you can’t buy a new car or truck see us for a good used one.” GRAY’S BARBER SHOP 706 E. 8th St. AGENT FOR DRY CLEANING HOUSE TRAILERS Rebuilding—Parts—Accessories LARGE SELECTION OF NEW AND USED TRAILERS Service by Factory-Trained Mechanics CALL 6070 CALL Johnson Trailer Sales 2600 Broadway The Wright Store for College Men and Women For the Clothing At the I Want to Hoyt Wright Company 911 MERIDIAN For Good Food and Friendly Service Shop at Foodland BERNARD BATHAUER Phone 8038 812 E. 8th Anderson THE C T7 A D C ROEBUCK NEW E AIa-U COMPANY THE MODERN STORE FOR THE MODERN SHOPPER ITS DIETZEN’S IF YOU HAD A MILLION DOLLARS YOU COULDN’T BUY A BETTER BREAD The Tools Are in Your Hands Congratulations and best wishes to the Class of 47! Regard your diploma highly! It is title to the most remarkable set of tools in all the world—knowledge, wisdom, the habit of thinking problems through. With their help, you can take the shapeless future into your very hands, and fashion it into a successful lifetime. Like any fine tools, these must be properly used and painstakingly cared for. They must be sharpened by initiative . . . tempered by experience . . . kept efficient through constant use. We know the tools are in good hands. -Delco-Remy- DIVISION, GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION Wherever Wheels Turn or Propellers Spin Compliments of DeLuxe Cleaners Startzman’s Grocery PRESSING WHILE U WAIT Phone 9879 Ask About Our One Day Cleaning Service Corner East 5th Nursery Road Dial 2-6316 1100 Main St. • Compliments of W. C. McLain, Inc. Consolidated Building Service Co. Your DODGE AND PLYMOUTH Roofing - Siding - Insulation Dealer Phone 2-1258 1519 Jackson St. The ALIBI Genuine Factory Parts General Tires Fountain Service Veedol Oils Famous Chezburgs Fendix Undercoating Mike Lemon, Owner Motor Scooters Phone 8277 14th Jackson Sts. Anderson, Indiana 924 Central Ave. Phone 3371 Surber Son Klus Flower Shop TAILORS Flowers for “Let Us Make Your Next Suit” FUNERALS WEDDINGS Phone 2-5418 Anderson CORSAGES FASHION-WISE CREATORS Phone 3115 423 East Eighth St. Compliments of W. H. FORSE 0 A LOYAL BACKER OF ANDERSON COLLEGE Compliments of (Wen " Em " FURS EXCLUSIVELY 99 ELEVENTH AT JACKSON STORAGE — CLEANING — GLAZING REPAIRING — RELINING — RESTYLING LIBERAL FURNITURE STORE We Specialize in 3-Room Outfits As low as $199 through the years... 1 4 i • . . . that is all, but such echoes of days spent which can never be forgotten, when you with others joined youthful and vibrant voice in the classroom, the gym and on the campus. through the years, our acquaintance with you, just across the way, will be one of .fond memories. We only wish to keep our place beside those whose echoes you recall whenever your mind travels back over those pleasant and profitable years spent in ANDERSON COLLEGE. COMMERCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT GOSPEL TRUMPET COMPANY Join Together to Protect Each Other MEMBERSHIP IN THE “LAYMEN” IS OPEN TO MEMBERS OF THE CHURCH OF GOD AND THEIR FAMILIES Maximum Death Benefits Are Now on the Following Basis for All AGES 10 TO 70 INCLUSIVE 10 to 20 $1,000 21 to 30 $900 31 to 35 $800 36 to 40 $700 41 to 45 $600 46 to 50 $500 51 to 55 $400 56 to 60 $320 61 to 65 $240 66 to 70 $160 Membership may be obtained for children as soon after birth as they are known to be normal and healthy. The maximum benefits for children are as follows: Birth to 1 yr. 1-2 yrs. 2-3 3-4 4-5 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 5-6 6-7 7-8 8-9 9-10 $600 $700 $800 $900 $1000 The cost for children is the same as for adults. EVERYONE PAYS $1.00 A MONTH There is nothing mysterious or complicated about the “Laymen.” It is a simple, inexpensive plan whereby members of the Church of God and their families have “joined themselves together” with the common purpose of mutual helpfulness and protection. You owe it to yourself and dependents to get complete information. In addition to the above benefits you may have additional benefits by paying another dollar a month. LAYMEN of the CHURCH of GOD Box 820, Anderson, Indiana Rooms 550-566 Citizens Bank Building YOUR CUSTOMERS WILL WANT THE DOUBLE PROTECTION of uide OUT BEAM HEADLAMP UNITS Guide Sealed Beam head¬ lamp units give your custom¬ ers DOUBLE PROTECTION throughout the long life of the unit. They safeguard against dim-out and black¬ out, to provide the best in Sealed Beam lighting. There is NO DIM-OUT, be¬ cause the sturdy Guide metal-backed Sealed Beam headlamp unit is permanently sealed against dirt, dust and traffic film. It stays bright and efficient—maintains a safe standard of lighting throughout its long life. There is NO BLACK-OUT, because the Guide Sealed Beam headlamp unit has a self-contained bulb within the sealed unit. If a lens is cracked, the headlamp will continue to give safe lighting until the damaged unit can be replaced. Tell your customers about the advantage of DOUBLE PROTECTION with Guide metal-backed Sealed Beam headlamp units. They will want this EXTRA margin of safety that you can offer at no extra cost. GUIDE LAMP A UNITED MOTORS LINE Guide Sealed Beam replacement units and Guide lamp service parts are sold by United Motors Service distributors. DIVISION OF GENERAL MOTORS ANDERSON, INDIANA Let SA FETY Share the Ride Replace with GUIDE ★ ★ ★ Stay in the Fight — Buy More War Bonds Courtesy WORLD SERVICE Anderson Indiana Gospel Trumpet Company Foreign Missionary Board Board of Christian Education Anderson College and Theological Seminary Board of Church Extension and Home Missions Now Engaged in Our Greatest Soul-Saving Effort Yet THE TRUTH TO MILLIONS "


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