Anderson University - Echoes Yearbook (Anderson, IN)

 - Class of 1950

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- -- — — - ECHOES THE YEARBOOK OF Atul tian GalLeae 1 9 5 0 In recognition of twenty-six years of faithful Christian service, this book is respectfully dedi¬ cated to Miss Anna Koglin. —The Staff AttAe iA n Gollene .... AolteAe yuaullt sfnoin all oven. JJte swonld co+neA Jo. Aeceive caul develop, a Jzeen AieApoetAiluliltf, JowanJU. Jiuilduuj a Jtellen solace Mi Auluclt Jo live. A uie Uo i Golleae .... suJteAe GU ' uiiian cUcAacteA UA empJtaAiyed gA a MuidamesUcd steed Atuie tiosi GoUeae .... MtUeAe. Afouttt deueJ pA. a diAcipline. of A U td and cUa uuUesi MjJuclt aA. Anitilled An ollcuaUuf. aene iatlanA. A+tdesUan Colleae .... AitUeOe Af uUli corned. Jo spsiosposie Jon. ocoufuiiiOHoi snufi uiti Jo Jtela Atveet JUe eoen- JwcneculitUf. Atee i of Jlte MtonJA. i « -4 mmi Norm Cook Photo Iftdeteoti College .., Mjltele sjjGC,ult f, and Atudentl M Ute sthein, Jouia ' id (fbeatesi sUnde iAtandiu j, and AnatnetiUaod. w wu « ■ ■ ■ w . « ' » - ' " “ ' T r w w fr-» § 3 3 ' OFFICERS OF THE COLLEGE John A. Morrison, President Earl Martin, Vice-President Russell Olt, Dean C. L. Edwards, Treasurer EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE John A. Morrison, Chairman O. J. Flynt W. Dale Oldham E. F. Adcock Steele C. Smith Russell Olt, Secretary BOARD OF TRUSTEES W. H. Hunt, Chairman 1950 John Kane, Anderson, Indiana I. K. Dawson, Everett, Washington George Blackwell, South Bend, Indiana 1951 Paul Froehlich, Tenafly, New Jersey Harold Achor, Anderson, Indiana W. Dale Oldham, Anderson, Indiana John Kane, Secretary 1952 R. C. Caudill, Middletown, Ohio S. P. Dunn, Chicago, Illinois E. E. Perry, Washington, D.C. 1953 E. F. Adcock, Anderson, Indiana W. H. Hunt, Anderson, Indiana H. H. Kissinger, Hutchinson, Kansas 1954 John A. Morrison, Anderson, Indiana Denzel Lovely, Lima, Ohio C. L. Quinn, Anderson, Indiana Dean Olt 11 inn m tjjrw wmm 1 IT • p m sit " fbtif ' ' i ' i , ' 1 nJH •i ' tilth g i,| £k5 1 J jr jT ' m. »j‘. jm a ] ■ .t. ■• $ JL £ rv f j v « . | ws JSHBB E£X f liiJ Robert Reardon, B.D., S.T.M. Assistant to the President Lecturer in Religious Education Vila Deubach, Ph.D. Co-ordinator of Student Personnel Professor of English Nancy Osborne, Ph.D. Head Women’s Counselor Associate Professor of Romance Languages Adam W. Miller, A.M., D.D. Head Men’s Counselor Professor of New Testament Wilma E. Ponder, A.M. Librarian Professor of Library Science Helen Holton, A.B. Secretary to the President Co-ordinator of Veterans’ Affairs Director of Admissions Louise C. Johnson, M.S. Registrar Assistant Professor of Education C. L. Edwards Comptroller Earl L. Martin, A.M., B.D., D.D. Professor of Bible and Applied Theology Anna E. Koglin, A.M. Professor of German Cecil H. Hartselle, Mus.M. Professor of Piano, Theory, and Voice Walter S. Haldeman, B.D., M.S., in Ed. Professor of Religious Education Carl Kardatzke, Ph.D. Professor of Education Candace Stone, Ph.D. Professor of Social Science Mattie B. Fry, A.M. Professor of Education Amy K. Lopez, A.M. Professor of Humanities Ingyr M. Lien, Mus.M. Associate Professor of Applied Music Mary Lou Barr, A.M. Assistant Professor of Business Education Gene W. Newberry, B.D., Ph.D Assistant Professor of Bible Ruthven H. Byrum, A.B. Assistant Professor of Art John A. Buehler, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Chemistry Valorous B. Clear, A.B. Assistant to the Head Counselor Assistant Professor of Social Science Leona B. Nelson, A.M. Assistant Professor of Social Science Zylpha D. Hurlbut, A.M. Assistant Professor of Biology Elbridge G. Mackenzie, A.M. Assistant Professor of Education Lewis A. Hennigar, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Psychology Robert A. Nicholson, A.M. Instructor in Theory of Music and Music Education Florence Orr, A.M. Instructor in English Jack R. Weaver, M.S. Instructor in Biology Myrl H. Ahrendt, A.M. Instructor in Mathematics and Physics Lucile Willowby, A.M. Instructor in English Frederick G. Shackleton, A.M. Instructor in Music Nancy Clampitt, B.S. Assistant Instructor in Physical Education Harold Frederick Linamen, M.S. Instructor in Business Florence Eggert, A.M. Instructor in Spanish John O. Carrington, A.M. Instructor in History William A. Koehnline, A.M. Instructor in English R obert W. Kerr, A.M. Acting Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Coach } Instructor in Physical Education Charles A. Endter, A.M. Acting Instructor in Speech Robert E. McDonald, A.M. Acting Instructor in History Theo Reynolds, A.B., B.S. Acting Assistant Instructor in Biology Donald B. Barnett, B.S. Acting Assistant Instructor in Physical Education Axchie A. Bolitho, A.B. Lecturer in Missions Helen Craig, A.M. Lecturer in Art W. Shirell Fox, A.B. Director of Publicity Lecturer in Journalism T. Franklin Miller, A.B. Lecturer in Religious Education Warren Polhemus, A.B., M.D. Director of Health and Attending Physician Mary Cathryne Park, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of English John H. Kane, Th.B. Executive Secretary , Alumni Association Evelyn Williamson, B.S. Assistant to the Co-ordinator of Student Personnel Beulah Woods, R.N. School Nurse Leota Hulsart, A.B., A.B. in L.S. Cataloguer Valera Notley, B.L.S., M.S. Cataloguer Alton G. Lee Chief Accountant Cynthia Kane Supervisor of Dormitories Calvin R. Withers Maintenance Manager Marie Dugger Manager J Dining Hall Vergie Bowlby, A.B. Secretary to the Dean Anne Conrad Manager, Alumni Office Harry Heath Manager, Book Store Faculty Not Pictured Henry C. Clausen, Mus.M. Professor of Vocal Music and Theory, Emeritus Paul Breitweiser, Mus.M. Professor of Piano and Theory of Music Victor J. Wiric, A.M. Acting Instructor in Business Treva McCreary Cockerham, Mus.B. Assistant Instructor in Music Harry D. Webb, A.B., M.D. Lecturer in Embryology Alfred E. Neale, A.B., M.D. Lecturer in Comparative Anatomy Vivian Ahrendt, A.B. Lecturer in English Composition Edgar Guyer, A.B. Lecturer in Bible Peter Tjart, A.B. Lecturer in German Glen Friermood Lecturer in Applied Music Margaret Friermood Lecturer in Applied Music Mina Trick Brown Assistant in Physical Education Noninstructional Full-Time Employees Not Pictured ADMISSIONS Joyce Yutzy Doretha Pirkey BOOKSTORE Esther Fair BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Dorothy Pickens Betty Hartley Leon Skorinko INFORMATION Mary Watkins LIBRARY Evah Belle Newton MAIL CLERK Marianne Seeley REGISTRAR’S OFFICE Joyce Sell Gloria Wagner SECRETARY TO HEAD COUNSELORS Hazel Dodge, A.B. FIELD REPRESENTATIVES Charles Cheeks, ThJB. Thomas Ramsay Russell C. Wilson, Th.B. Athletic Ticket Manager Manager, Snack Bar Euretha Sorrell, Th.B. Matron N I O R Evelynne Dreger, Secretary s Don Rice, President S E Glenn Rankin, Vice-President Treva Virginia Abell Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Attended University of Alberta, B.S. Robert E. Absher, B.S. Anderson, lnd. “A” Club; Football. Charles H. Alford, A.B. Beaumont, Tex. Attended Kansas State Teachers College; La¬ mar Technical College; I.R.C.; Science Club. Beverley C. Anderson A.B. Waterford, Ontario, Canada Triad Club, Treasurer; I.R.C. Joseph C. Anderson, B.S. Anderson, lnd. Jack Rexford Ander¬ son, A.B. Erie, Pa. Sachem Club; I.R.C.; Easterner’s Club; Band; Ministerial Fellowship; Track; Baseball; Intra¬ mural Basketball; The Andersonian. Luther Leon Ander¬ son, A.B., B.Th. Meridian, Miss. Southerner’s Club; I.R.C.; Ministerial Fel¬ lowship; Spanish Club; IV-C., President. Jack Edwin Allen, A.B. Dallas, Tex. G.I. Club; Spanish Club, President; I.R.C.; Minis¬ terial Fellowship; Gos¬ pel Teams. t Albert E. Augustson, James T. Austin, B.S. Patsy Austin B.S. Baraboo, Wis. Shawnee, Okla. Dixon, 111. Sigma Zeta; Sachem G.I. Club; Spanish Club. Club; Science Club; French Club; Intra¬ murals; Athletic Com¬ mittee. Glen A. Ball Athens, Ind. Grace Jane Ball, A.B. Butler, N.J. Camarada Club, Vice- President; Easterner’s Club, Secretary; Span¬ ish Club. Leon Dodds Barnes, B.Th. Erie, Pa. Ministerial Fellowship. Esther Mae Beaty, B.S. Lima, Ohio Dramatics Club, Secre¬ tary, President; Fine Arts Club; A Cappella Choir; Camarada Club; Green Inkers; Student Volunteers; W.S.G.A. Dan Bedsole Longview, Tex. Ambrose Milliard Berkebile Anderson, Ind. John William Bouseman, A.B., B.S. Alma, III. Booster Club, Historian; I.R.C., Vice-President, President; Green Inkers; Debate Club, Vice-Pres¬ ident; Sigma Tau Delta; The Andersonian, News Editor; Editor in Chief Student Publications; Track; Intramurals; Who’s Who. Ruth Leona Boyer, B.S. Franklin, Pa. Attended Edinboro State Teachers College; Berea College; Easterner’s Club; Cihu Club. Don Lee Boze, B.S. Flint, Mich. Booster Club, Treasurer, Store Manager, Vice- Fresident; “A” Club; G.I. Club; Track; Cross Country Team; Intra¬ murals. Frances Anna Brown, B.Th. Barryton, Mich. Cihu Club, Worship Chairman; Religious Life Committee, Secre¬ tary; W.A.A. Mina Trick Brown, B.S. Anderson, Ind. Pep Club; The Ander¬ sonian; Echoes; W.A.A.; W.S.G.A. Hubert Gordon Bunyan Huntington, W.Va. Barney W. Burgln, B.Th. Poplar Bluff, Mo. Norman C. Butler, A.B. Alfred B. Cain Louisville, Ky. Cincinnati, Ohio M.A.; Ministerial Fel¬ lowship; I.R.C.; Intra¬ mural Basketball. Marshall B. Call, B.S. Chester Cantley, A.B. Huntington, Ind. Rock Creek, W.Va. Dramatics Club; Sachem Club; “A” Club; Debate Club, President; Bas¬ ketball. Paul Clausen Anderson, Ind. Ella Margaret Cleveland, B.S. Clare, Mich. Student Volunteers; Dramatics Club; College Choir; Ensemblo; Pep Club, Vice-President; Ping-Pong Champion. Art B. Coberly, Jr. A.B., B.Th. Dundalk, Md. Sachem Club, Treasurer, Vice-President; Eas¬ terner’s Club, President; Ministerial Fellowship; French Club; I.R.C.; Student Organizations Chairman; Chairman of Gospel Team; Student Council. Henry Milton Coker, Jr., A.B. Houston, Tex. Student Volunteers; Ministerial Fellowship; M.A., Vice-President; Sachem Club. Glenn Alexander Cook Anderson, Ind. Gerald Johnson Culbertson, B.Th. Indianapolis, Ind. Sachem Club; Fine Arts Club; College Choir; I.R.C.; Illinois Club; President of Freshman Class. Donald Marvin Dean Columbus, Ohio Patricia Ann Dean Windsor Heights, W.Va. i Charles Wesley Det- weiler, B.Th. Akron, Ohio Ministerial Fellowship; I.R.C.; Student Volun¬ teers. Betty Lois DeVol, B.S. Anderson, Ind. Sigma Tau Delta Thola Beatrice Dewitt, B.S. Athens, Pa. Attended Allentown Bible Institute; Minis¬ terial Fellowship; Dra¬ matics Club; Student Volunteers; Easterner’s Club. Jesse D. Dillon, Jr. Dundalk, Md. Evelynne Dreger, B.S. Garrettsville, Ohio Attended Cleveland Bible College; Cleve¬ land College; Camarada Club; Student Volun¬ teers; I.R.C.; Sigma Tau Delta; Student Council; W.A.A.; W.S.G.A.; Judi¬ ciary Chairman. William Dreger, B.Th. Edward C. Duty Garrettsville, Ohio Power, W. Va. Ministerial Fellowship. C. Walter Duvall, Jr., A.B. Valley Station, Ky. Intramurals. J. R. Edwards, B.S. St. Elmo, III. Science Club; I.R.C.; Spanish Club; Christian Volunteers. William T. Evans, B.S. Canton, Ohio Ministerial Fellowship; Intramurals. James W. Fair West Monroe, La. Karl Earl Faldon, A.B. Gloucester, N. J. Science Club. Leroy Falling Estella, Okla. Elsie Mavis Claire Gayle, A.B. Jamaica, B.W.1. Camarada Club, His¬ torian; I.R.C., Christian Social Committee, Vice- President; Sigma Tau Delta, Secretary; Stu¬ dent Volunteers; Fine Arts Club; The Ander- sonian. William Harold Giesler, A.B. Jamestown, N.Y. Easterner’s Club; Male Quartet; College Choir; Intramurals. Claude Good, B.S. Merino, Colo. I.R.C., Secretary; Boos¬ ter Club; Student Volunteers; Photog¬ raphy Club; Echoes, Class Editor, Managing Editor; Who’s Who; Col¬ lege Choir; Men’s Glee Club; Band; Orchestra; Intramurals; Fine Arts Club. Barbara Jean Good, B.S. Kalamazoo, Mich. William Shirell Fox, A.B. Alexandria, Ind. Attended Arizona State; I.R.C., President; Sa¬ chem Club; Sigma Tau Delta; Ministerial Fel¬ lowship; Echoes, Art Editor; The Anderson- ian, Feature Writer; G.I. Club; Model Assembly, Special Adviser. Vern Forsberg, B.S. New Castle, Pa. M.A.; Dramatics Club; Alpha Psi Omega; Eas¬ terner’s Club; I.R.C., Treasurer; Triad Club; Student Publications Staff, Business Manager. Yvonne Fortner Effingham, III. Kenneth Lee Good, A.B. Merino, Colo. Attended Sterling Junior College; Who’s Who; Student Council; Com¬ mittee on Social Life, Chairman. Francis Loyd Gough Alexandria, Ind. Ernest Hurst Gross, A.B. Anderson, Ind. Attended Miami Uni¬ versity; Booster Club; Dramatics Club; College Choir; Ministerial Fel¬ lowship; Baseball Team; Intramurals; Anderson College Quartet. Rudy A. Grubich Cedar Rapids, la. Maxine Line Grunwald, B.S. Rolla, Mo. Student Volunteers; Christian Volunteers; Camarada Club, Presi¬ dent; W.S.G.A., Judi¬ ciary Secretary, Presi¬ dent; Attendant in May Queen Court; Who’s Who. Edgar Lowell Guyer, A.B. Anderson, Ind. Jerry Dale Hamon, A.B. Austin, Tex. Attended University of Texas; Green Inkers, President; Fine Arts Club; Photography Club; Sigma Tau Delta; I.R.C. Herman Harwell, B.S. Birmingham, Ala. Attended University of Alabama; Pep Squad; Dramatics Club; Span¬ ish Club, Secretary; Cheerleader; Alpha Psi Omega. Dorothy Hazen Arcadia, Ind. Robert John Hazen, B.Th. Arcadia, Ind. Booster Club; Minis¬ terial Fellowship; Dra¬ matics Club; Students Volunteers. Raymond Hastings Anderson, Ind. Harry William Heath, B.S. Springfield, Ohio I.R.C.; Ministerial Fel¬ lowship; Sigma Tau Delta. William Earl Henshaw St. Louis, Mo. Edison R. Hoffman, B.S. St. Joe, Mich. Booster Club; German Fellowship; Basketball; Football; Tennis. Robert L. Hill, B.Th. Fairfield, Ala. G.I. Club; Ministerial Fellowship. Julian T. Holguin, B.S. Carrollville, Wis. William Gustave Johnson, A.B. Anderson, Ind. Attended Purdue Uni¬ versity; Utah State Agricultural College; Indiana Business Col¬ lege; Photography Club, President; Fine Arts Club, President; I.R.C.; Echoes, Photographer, Art Editor; Student Union Committee. Charles W. Joiner, B.S. Hammond, La. Maurice Rowe Joiner, B.S. Birmingham, Ala. Christopher Jean Kilmer, B.S. Joplin, Mo. Attended Joplin Busi¬ ness College; Sachem Club, Treasurer, Vice- President; College Choir, President; Minis¬ terial Fellowship; Ger¬ man Fellowship; Fine Arts Club. Ralph William House, B.S. Arcadia, Ind. James Richard Hurst, B.S. Princeton, Ind. Attended University of Colorado; Coe College; Spanish Club, Vice- President; Fine Arts Club; GJ. Club; College Choir; Vocal Ensemble; Cheerleader; A Cappella Choir; M.A. Gerald Edward Horst, B.S. Indianapolis, Ind. Ralph Byrum Johnson, A.B. Cullman, Ala. Triad Club, Vice-Presi¬ dent, President; Minis¬ terial Fellowship; Green Inkers; I.R.C.; Intra¬ murals; Student Council. Ryland Elaine Lackore, B.S. Kansas City, Mo. Attended Junior College of Kansas City; Cama- rada Club; College Choir; Women’s Glee Club; Echoes, Editorial Assistant, Faculty Edi¬ tor; W.S.G.A., Secretary; I.R.C.; Student Volun¬ teers; Dormitory Presi¬ dent; Christian Volun¬ teers. Marjorie Lammers, B.S. Delton, Mich. Student Volunteers, Correspondence Secre¬ tary; W.S.G.A.; Cama- rada Club, Treasurer. Chuck A. Lee, B.S. Bloomington, III. Illinois Club, President; Booster Club; “A” Club; Dramatics Club; Alpha Psi Omega; The Ander- sonian; German Club; Baseball; Football. Willie Thomas Lee Bristow, Okla. Lester Allen Kline Anderson, Ind. Emily Botts Knotts, B.S. Mt. Sterling, Ky. Cihu Club, Vice-Presi¬ dent; Debate Club; Dra¬ matics Club; Echoes; French Club, Secretary; Freshman Women’s Club; Science Club; Student Council; Stu¬ dent Volunteers; W.A.A. Eva Joanne Kulhavey, B.S. Shar sville, Pa. Attended Slippery Rock College; Camarada, Sec¬ retary; W.A.A., His¬ torian; Easterner’s Club; Student Volunteers; W.S.G.A. Chester Robert Kline, A.B. Anderson, Ind. John Waldo Lorton, B.S. Tampa, Fla. Attended Tampa Uni¬ versity; Sigma Tau Del¬ ta; Instrumental En¬ semble; Student Volun¬ teers. Dora Pauline Livingston Portsmouth, Ohio Jim Macholtz St. Joseph, Mich. Charles H. Loewen, A.B. Hutchinson, Kan. Booster Club; “A” Club; Cross Country. Phyllis Anne Long Anderson, Ind. Melba June McMillen, A.B. St. Louis, Mo. At t e n d e d Washington University; Cihu Club, Treasurer; Fine Arts Club; I.R.C.; Spanish Club; French Club. Ruth McQuinn, B.S. Middletown, Ohio Attended Butler County Business College; Cama- rada Club, Secretary; Student Volunteers, Secretary; W.S.G.A., Judiciary Chairman. Willie Lou Legg Moss, Miss. Edith Malone, B.Th. St. Louis, Mo. Attended Southwest Missouri State College, B.S.; Ministerial Fellow¬ ship; Christian Volun¬ teers; Dramatics Club; Cihu Club. William Aubrey Matthews, B.S. Moss, Miss. Attended Meridian Junior College; Dra¬ matics Club; Science Club; Student Volun¬ teers; I.R.C.; IV-C Club. Wilfred A. Meacham, A.B. Pasadena, Calif. Ministerial Fellowship; M.A. Carl Eugene Miller, B.S. Clovis, N. Mex. Attended Wetumka Junior College; I.R.C., Secretary; Booster Club; Dramatics Club; Alpha Psi Omega; Science Club; The Andersonian; Echoes, Religious Editor; Green Inkers; All School Social Committee; Glee Club. Helen Denton Miller, B.S. Anderson, Ind. Attended Oakland City College; Terre Haute State Normal; Camarada Club; Green Inkers, Feature Editor; College Honor Society, Vice- President. Marion Albert Mittan, B.S. Brookings, S. Dak. Vice-President of Fresh¬ man Class; College Choir; College Quartet; Christian Brotherhood Hour Quartet; IV-C Club. James C. Mooney, Jr., AB. So. Charleston, W. Va. Attended West Virginia Tech; Morris Harvey College; Booster Club; Spanish Club; Junior Class, Secretary-Treas¬ urer. Ralph Daniel Morton, B.Th. Ashland, Ky. Triad Club; Ministerial Fellowship; Religious Life Committee; Gospel Team, Chairman. John Austin Mowery, B.Th. Fort Meade, Fla. Triad Club; M.A., Sec¬ retary-Treasurer; Minis¬ terial Fellowship. Felix Parker Murrell B.S. Danville, III. Sachem Club. Gertrude Hilda Naujoks, A.B. Cleveland, Ohio Attended Western Re¬ serve University, Cleve¬ land College; Cihu Club, Vice-President, Presi¬ dent; Sigma Zeta, Sec¬ retary - Treasurer; Science Club; W.A.A.; W.S.G.A.; Who’s Who; May Queen Attendant; Student Council, Secre¬ tary; The Andersonian, Copy Editor; Clubs Committee. Arlo Frederic Newell, A.B. Eldorado, Kans. Booster Club, Secretary; Dramatics Club, Presi¬ dent; Ministerial Fel¬ lowship. Alvin Nusz, B.S., B.Th. Elk City, Okla. Attended Oklahoma University; Sayre Junior College; East Central State College; Booster Club. Evah Belle Hatch Newton, B. S. Anderson, Ind. Attended Anderson Business College; Cihu Club, Secretary; Sigma Tau Delta; Dramatics Club. Edward Von Parr Montevideo, Minn. William Curtis Neece, A.B. Riverside, Calif. Attended Pacific Bible College; Ministerial Fel¬ lowship. Donald Lee Puller, A.B. H. Eugene Ramsey Stockton, Calif. Marion, III. I.R.C.; Easterner’s Club; German Fellowship; Fine Arts Club; Sigma Tau Delta, President; Green Inkers, Editor; Sachem Club. Carl W. Peterson, B.Th. Loman, Minn. Ministerial Fellowship. Lloyd Warren Pfander, B.Th. Petaluma, Calif. Ministerial Fellowship; Science Club. Harold G. Powell, A.B. Jonesboro, Ind. Attended Taylor Uni¬ versity. Wileur Jay Qualman Clinton, la. Albert Laverne Ratcliff, B.S. Springfield, Ohio “A” Club, President; Sachem Club, President; Football; Who’s Who; Echoes, Sports Editor. Allan Raymond Powell, B. S. Hagerstown, Md. Almeda Rawlings, B.Th., B.S. Anderson, Jnd. Camarada Club; Dra¬ matics Club; Student Volunteers; Spanish Club. Carl Roach, A.B. Flint, Mich. Football. Simon Bisby Robinson, A.B. Wayzata, Minn. Student Volunteers, Treasurer; Ministerial Fellowship; M.A., Treasurer; IV-C Club; Intramurals. Donald Lawrence Rice, B.S. Independence, Mo. Attended The King’s College; Triad Club, Secretary; Ministerial Fellowship; Dramatics Club; Green Inkers; Junior Class, Vice- President; Senior Class, President; Who’s Who; Student Council. Aloma Ruth Saltzmann, A.B. Cleveland, Ohio Pep Club, Treasurer, President; Dramatics Club; Alpha Psi Omega, President; I.R.C.; May Queen Attendant; Who’s Who. Homer Schauer Erie, Pa. Forrest Richey Indianapolis, Ind. Orville P. Ratzlaff, A.B., B.S. Highmore, S.Dak. Attended Wheaton Col¬ lege; I.R.C.; Student Volunteers. Velma Maxine Schneider, B.S. St. Louis, Mo. Attended Washington University; Science Club; Student Volun¬ teers; I.R.C.; Fine Arts Club. Evelyn Margaret Seeley, B.S. Round Lake, N.Y. Attended Albany Train¬ ing School for Practical Nurse, P.N. Marion Merl e Sell, B.S. El Monte, Calif. Booster Club; Student Council, Publication Chairman; Echoes; The Andersonian, Photog¬ rapher; College Photog¬ rapher. Victor Skorinko, A.B., B.Th. Palmerton, Pa. Ellis Robert Smith, B.Th. Eaton, Ind. Attended Ball State, A.B.; Washington Uni¬ versity, St. Louis; Minis¬ terial Fellowship. John Robert Smith, B.S. Anderson, Ind. “A” Club, Treasurer, Secretary, Vice-Presi¬ dent; Sachem Club; Track; Football; Basket¬ ball. Lynn H. Smith Sayre, Pa. Tom Ainslee Smith, A.B. Lebanon, Ore. Attended Pacific Bible College; University of Oregon Extension; I.R.C., Vice-President, Sigma Tau Delta; Gen¬ eral Chairman 1950 Model U.N. Assembly. Alice Stork Belding, Mich. Lucille Ann Strawn, B.S. Princeton, lnd. Cihu Club, Historian; Freshman Women’s Club; Spanish Club; Student Volunteers; Band; WA.A. Richard Lowell Swank, B.S., B.Th. Trotwood, Ohio Attended Miami Uni¬ versity; G.I. Club; Fine Arts Club, President; Green Inkers; Triad Club; Ministerial Fel¬ lowship; College Choir; Vocal Ensemble; Stu¬ dent Council, Govern¬ ment, Regulations Com¬ mittee; Band; Orchestra. Lee Charles Theodore, A.B. Pontiac, Mich. Booster Club; “A” Club; Glee Club; College Choir; Dramatics Club; Tennis; Intramurals; Science Club; Fine Arts Club; Alpha Psi Omega. Allan W. Thompson Masury, Ohio Charles F. Thomas, B.S. Dayton, Ohio Band, President; Minis¬ terial Fellowship; G.I. Club, President; Booster Club, Treasurer, Presi¬ dent; College Choir; Baseball; Intramural Basketball; Spanish Club. Peter Tjart, A.B. Castor, Alberta, Canada James W. Stewart, B.Th. Moss, Miss. Triad Club; Ministerial Fellowship, President; Southerner’s Club, President; Sigma Tau Delta; Intramurals. Clyde Henry Waite, B.Th. Jamestown, N.Y. Ministerial Fellowship, Vice-President, Presi¬ dent. Walter Jack Warnock, A.B. Cincinnati, Ohio Green Inkers, Vice- President; French Club; Science Club. Virgil F. Trick Anderson, Ind. Kenneth Warren Watkins Anderson, Ind. James Garrison Toon, B.S. Decatur, Ala. Triad Club, Vice-Presi¬ dent; Student Council; Dramatics Club; Stu¬ dent Athletic Commit¬ tee, Chairman; South¬ erner’s Club; Intramur¬ als. Percy W. Tramel, A.B. Eustis, Fla. Spanish Club; “A” Club, Secretary, Treasurer; Student Volunteers; Dramatics Club; Base¬ ball. Charles Edmund Treffry, A.B. Flint, Mich. Triad Club; Ministerial Fellowship; Dramatics Club, Treasurer; Choir; Band. James Elwood Walters, B.Th. Cayuga, Ind. Triad Club; Basketball. A. Byron Westlake Creswell, Ore. Carl Cornelius Williams, B.Th., A.B. Hastings, Nebr. John C. Williams, A.B. Maud, Ohio Triad Club; Ministerial Fellowship; GJ. Club; Intramurals. Obadiah Williams, B.S. Cincinnati, Ohio I.R.C., Vice-President; Green Inkers, President; Fine Arts Club; Dra¬ matics Club; Ticket Manager; Glee Club; Debate Team; Cheer¬ leader; Track; Fresh¬ man Class, President; “A” Club; French Club; Student Council; Alpha Psi Omega. Leonald Allen Wiens San Diego, Calif. Loren R. Williams, B.S. Summitville, Ind. Booster Club, Treasurer; “A” Club; Basketball; Track; Baseball; Cross Country. Ralph Edward Welton, B.S. New Boston, Ohio Joyce Wilcox, B.S. Vermontville, Mich. Attended Pacific Bible College; Cihu Club, Treasurer; Dramatics Club; Alpha Psi Omega, Cast Secretary; Student Volunteers, Associate Librarian; Christian Volunteers; W.S.G.A.; Science Club; Green Inkers. George Faxon Williamson, Jr. Anderson, Ind. Robert Earl Williams, A.B. Elwood, Ind. Ava Marie Withers Cummings, N. Dak. Wilburn Halicy Wood Anderson, Ind. Beulah Meta Woods, A.B. London, Ontario, Canada W.S.G.A.; Spanish Club; Student Health Commit¬ tee; I.R.C. Merl Leslie Wise, A.B. Cedar Rapids, la. Glee Club; I.R.C.; Green Inkers; Photography Club, President; The Andersonian; Dramatics Club; German Fellow¬ ship; French Club; Base¬ ball. James Richmond Woodward, B.S. Lapel, Ind. “A” Club; Booster Club; Basketball. Joyce Grandfield Wiuff, A.B. Nipawin, Saskatche¬ wan, Canada Cihu Club, Historian; Sigma Tau Delta, His¬ torian, Vice-President; I.R.C.; W.A.A.; W.S.G.A.; The Andersonian, So¬ ciety Editor. Lowell James Williamson, B.S. Canton, Ohio A Capella Choir; Mixed Vocal Ensemble; G.I. Club; Booster Club; Fine Arts Club, Presi¬ dent; Student Council, Government, Regula¬ tions Committee, Chair¬ man; Intramurals; Who’s Who. Jack Cousins, Vice-President Marilyn Butgereit, Secretary Joe Batdorf, President JUNIORS TWILA E. ALEXANDER Union City, hid. HOMER D. ALLEN Mitchell, Ind. SYLVIA ANNE ALLENDORF Federalsburg t Md. EVELYN A. ANDERSON West Brooklyn, III. PAUL R. AUMILLER Union City, Ind. JOE T. BATDORF Midland, Mich. VADENA R. BEASLEY Central City, la. DARL L. BECKHAM Ponder, Mo. CLARENCE J. BELLAMY Ashland, Ky. FRANK E. BENNETT Curwensville, Pa. SAMUEL S. BETTS Scio, Ohio GEORGE D. BLACKWELL, Jr. Meridian. Miss. ROBERT Q. BOGGESS Springfield, Ohio NORMA JUANITA BRASWELL Lufkin, Tex. DON BURNS Anderson, Ind. LEE BUTGEREIT Benton Harbor, Mich. MARILYN BUTGEREIT Benton Harbor, Mich. BOB BUTTERFIELD Modesto, Calif ESTHER CANTLEY Satanta, Kans. DONNA LEE CARPENTER Anderson, Ind. JOHN CHERNEY Torrington, Conn. JAMES O. CHILDS Dundalk. Md. HENRY D. COLE Cedar Rapids, la. FRED GEORGE COLLINGWOOD Arnold, Pa. DONALD L. COLLINS Chattanooga, Tenn. ORVILLE BERT COLLINS Barbaboo, Wis. MELVYN T. CORNELIUS Kansas City, Mo. JACK COUSINS Kittanning, Pa. RUSSELL B. CROSTHWAITE Morehead, Ky. ' Zc sUt (fci THOMAS LEWIS DeVOL Anderson, Ind. BLANCHE ELAINE DeYOUNG Almena, Kans. ROY RICHARD DOCKTER Bergen, N. Dak. MARY FADUKOVICH Joliet, III. NAOMI LEE GOLDEN Erlanger, Ky. CONSTANTINE J. HANGES Oklahoma City, Okla. JONATHAN HART, Jr. Levoisburg, Tenn. JOHN LESTER FIELDS Piqua, Ohio HARRY ALFRED FRY Venango, Pa. DEAN ARDEN GERIG Akron, Ind. GERALD LEROY HAYS Tulare, Calif. MARVIN PHILLIP HELSEL Kittanning, Pa. JOYCE HENSLEY Kingston, Tenn. CHARLES E. HOOK Farmers, Ky. RAYMOND L. HORNE Laurel, Miss. GUSTAV JEENINGA Chicago, III. THOMAS JENKINS Anderson, Ind. LYDIA JOINER Hammond, La. CHARLES W. JONES Bradenton, Fla. HERMAN A. KEENEY Anderson, Ind. CHARLES D. KLINE Anderson, Ind. CLARENCE KNIGHT Harlingen, Tex. JACK KNOWLES Birmingham, Ala. AVON KNOX Pryor, Okla. ROY L. LIGHTY Satanta, Kans. EDWIN DALE McGRAW Elwood, Ind. ALICE IRENE McGUIRE Miami, Fla. RUTH McKINNEY Zoe, Ky. FERN MILLER Stratton, Nehr. CARL ALONZO MUNSON Anderson, Ind. DOYLE L. NEWTON Anderson . Ind. RUTH RITTER Benton Harbor, Mich. HA WARD ELWOOD ROGERS Metropolis, III. EDA ROSE Booker, Tex. CAROL LEA OLSON Indianapolis, Ind. PAUL EDWIN O’NEILL Anderson, Ind. ORAN W. PASS Tampa, Florida DORIS MAE PEELER Washington, D.C. CHARLES PULSIPHER Alma, Mich. THELDA QUINN New Albany, Ind. ZELLO ROUSE Anderson, Ind. GLENN JAMES SANDS Grand Rapids, Mich. BETTY LOUISE SCHLIEP Harvard, Nebr. JAMES C. SEBRING Erie, Pa. EDWARD J. SMITH Beckley, W. Va. BARBIE SPENCER Anderson, Ind. JOYCE DELORIS STONE Anderson, Ind. DEAN L. STORK Defiance, Ohio BILLY JOE THOMAS Ashland, Ky. RICHARD LEE UMMEL Claypool, Ind. KENNETH IRVIN WALKER N. Apollo, Pa. NORMAN WALKER Flint, Mich. SANFORD EDISON WELLMAN Morganton, N.C. WILLIAM WESNER St. Joseph, Mich. SHIRLEY NAOMI WILLIAMS Columbus, Ohio DONALD PAUL WRIGHT Anderson, Ind. JOANNE MARIE YUTZY Toledo, Ohio PAUL YUTZY Toledo, Ohio SENIORS NOT PICTURED RONALD M. ACHOR OLIVE H. ARMS, A.B. ROBERT C. AUSTIN JAMES L. BARRETT JOE DAVID BLANCHARD BURDETT BIDWELL JOHN BOBAK, JR. LOYD GARNER BUTLER MARLIN W. COLLINGWOOD ISOM R. CROCKETT, A.B. EDNA FLORENE DAWSON EUGENE CALVIN DYER MELVIN DAVID GOERZ NANCY GOODELL MERRILL E. HOLLOWAY JUANITA C. HUMPHREY JOY ELIZABETH IKAST CHARLES FRED KNEPP ETHEL RUTH KNEPP RUTH MARIE KOCH THELMA LaVONNE LITTLE LAWRENCE E. McCLURE CARROLL T. McDOLE RICHARD CURTIS MANESS, B.Th. DAVID MARTYN MARLYN LOIS MEYER, A.B. JOHN EDWIN MILLER, B.S. GEORGE W. MINGLE, B.S. MILTON EUGENE PROCTOR BRUCE H. RADAKER, A.B. LYNN E. RAMEY HOWARD GLENN RANKIN ROBERT RUSSELL ROB BINS EVERELL JAY ROCKHILL, B.Th. ELLA MAE RUEFENACHT LEON SKORINKO EURETHA L. SORRELL, B.Th. GLEN O. SUTHERLAND WILLIAM A. THOMAS RUTH FERN TIPTON EDGAR B. TYLER JOHN HENRY WILLIAMS SYDNEY JACKSON WILLIAMS JUNIORS NOT PICTURED HELEN E. ACHOR HAL RICHARD BAUCHERT KENNETH A. BISCHOFF WILLIAM D. BOWSER ROBERT C. CARTER GEORGE CERBUS CLARENCE M. CLEMONS JACK CONRAD CROUSE LEWIS D’ALESSIO FLORENCE DAVIS FRANCES EVELYN DIEZEL JAMES GORDON DUGGER RALPH EUGENE EARNEST OTTO ENGELMANN, JR. J. BYRON HALL DOROTHY LOUISE HALVERSON DAN HARMAN TRUMAN A. HARRIS WILBER BRYSON HATCH HARRY HINEMAN JOHN HOREVAY TIM KARAMITROS WILLIAM ARTHUR KELLY KENNETH HOMER KNIGHT LaWANDA FAYTHE KOGLIN HELEN BROWN KREPS RICHARD OLIVER KREPS ALTON GERALD LEE DON RAYMOND LEWIS JAMES HERBERT LITTON LEATHA McFALL VICTOR GERALD McKELVEY RAMONA JEAN MARTIN ROBERT LEE METZ ARDELL ARTHUR MILLS CARL ALBERT MUNSON RALPH EUGENE PORTWOOD FLOYD COLLINS PROCTOR THOMAS TALMADGE SALTER WILLIAM T. SEBREE AUSTIN ELMER SOWERS FREDERICK JOHN SPONHOLTZ CALEB BOYD STANDAFER DANIEL GRAHAM SWEENEY CHESTER TAYLOR RICHARD N. TAZELAAR FERD THOMA THOMAS N. THOMAS BETTE L. TROUTMAN EARL ARTHUR VELOSKY PAUL RAYMOND WAGNER LAWRENCE THOMAS WITHERS JARVIS C. WIUFF CHARLES WILLIAM WOOD Douglas Oldham, President Jean Nolan, Secretary Charles Whitmill, Vice-President SOPHOMORES MARILYN ADCOCK Anderson, Ind. PAUL F. ARTHUR Charleston, W. Va. SARAH ELAINE Atlanta, Ga. NORMA J. ALLEN Distant, Pa. BURNEDITH L. AUTRY Detroit, Mich. LEROY BOHLING, Sr. Ovid, Mich. LEROY P. ANDERSON Erie, Pa. BARBARA BERESFORD Anderson, Ind. ALTHA BORDEN Stratton, Colo. ROBERT BOYER Anderson, Ind. MARTHA JANE BRADFORD ARNOLD F. BRANT Decatur, Ala. Kalamazoo, Mich. MARJORIE BULLER Benton Harbor, Mich. THOMAS COCKERHAM Campbellsburg, Ind. WILLIAM OSCAR BURDETT St. Charles, Pa. PATSY COLLINGWOOD Natrona Heights, Pa. DRUCILLA CIMA Madrid, la. PALMER COLLINS West Palm Beach, Fla. PEGGY COLLINS Wheeling, W. V a. HAROLD CONRAD Parma, Ohio KENNETH COOK Juniata, Nehr. SAMUEL J. CORNELIUS Kansas City, Mo. CALVIN CORWIN Ashley, Ohio ROBERT OSCAR DEAL Hickory, N. C. HERBERT DIETZ Columbus, Ohio LEOLA CROSTHWAITE Morehead, Ky. WILLIAM CLARENCE ELLIS Scott Depot, W. Va. STANLEY FLUCK LEROY FULTON Lansdale, Pa. Daytona Beach, Fla. PHYLLIS ELAINE GILLESPIE WARREN GOURLEY Owatonna, Minn. MILTON HAMON Kerrville, Tex. Anderson, Ind. RICHARD HARP Atlanta, Ga. MARY LOU FUNDERBURG Huntington, Ind. ROBERT GRAY Anderson, Ind. CHARLES E. HARRIS Columbus, Ohio MARILYN HARRISON West Plains, Mo. RALPH HOAR Emden, III. CHARLES HAWKINS Indianapolis, Ind. LEROY MARK HOFF Hastings, Nebr. LORENE HENDRIX Nashville, Tenn. ROMAYNE HOUGHTELIN Ovoatonna, Minn. HOWARD G. HOWELL Beckley, W. Va. PAUL SHELTON HUNTER PAUL JENKINS West Palm Beach, Fla. Roanoke, Va. DORIS JOHNSON Fairfield, Nebr. THEDA JOHNSON Midland, Mich. MARIAN JOHNSON ORVILLE JOHNSON Creston, Ohio Farmhaven, Miss. BEVERLY JUNE JOHNSTON Arnold, Pa. CHARLES EDWARD JONES Indianapolis, Ind. KENNETH KARDATZKE BONNIE KEARNS AUBREY VALENTINE KENDALL Lindsey, Ohio Hamilton, Ohio Kendall, Fla. CASSIE KENNEDY PHILIP KINLEY GARNETTA LASH Prichard, Ala. Hutchinson, Kans. Wheeling, W. Va. LUCILLE LENNEX Dennison, Ohio LOUIS LERNER Arnold, Pa. GLENDA MAE LITTLE Bastrop, La. HERBERT LUCAS Middletown, Ohio CLIFFORD McDANIEL RAMONA GERMAINE McGRAW Casey Creek, Ky. Huntington, Ind. RUTH ANNE McNELLY Portsmouth, Ohio RUSSELL MILLER Bedford, Ind. GENEVA NELSON Monticello, III. GAYLE MILLAR Milwaukee, Wis. JAMES W. MOHNS Milwaukee, Wis. ANNE NICHOLS Chicago, III. JOHN W. MILLER Cactus, Ariz. COLLEEN MORGAN Bellevue, Ohio STANLEY NICHOLS Chicago, III. ROBERT LYNN NISWANDER Defiance, Ohio JEAN NOLAN Lima, Ohio DOUGLAS OLDHAM Anderson, Ind. DAVID IRVIN PARKER Kendall, Fla. RANDALL PEACOCK Flint, Mich. MERLE PHILLIPS San Diego, Calif. JIM PICKENS Charleston, W. Va. R. EUGENE PRICE Hickory, N. C. JEAN RATZLAFF Stonehoro, Pa. NATALIE REAGAN Federalsburg, Md. TOMMY REDMOND Big Spring, Tex. RICHARD LEE ROTHMAN Nashville, Tenn. SHIRLEY SEARS Midland, Mich. CLIFFORD SEXTON Anderson, Ind. ELSIE COBURN SEXTON Anderson, Ind. FLORENCE SHOTWELL Scranton, Pa. JACQUELYN SIMMONS Daytona Beach, Fla. ANN ESPEY SMITH Bessemer, Ala. JOAN K. SMITH Oak Grove, La. PAUL SMITH Duncannon, Pa. ROBERT NORTON SMITH Fairview Park, Ohio RUTHIE MAE SMITH Bastrop, La. MAXINE THOMPSON La Grange, Ga. MARTHA STRICKLER Anderson, Ind. VIRGINIA TITLEY Anderson, Ind. BARBARA JEAN SWITZER Belding, Mich. MARVIN L. TUTTLE Danville, III. JUNE PHARES WALKER Eugene, Ore. RODNEY WHALON Fulton, N. Y. PAUL HUTCHINS WARD St. Elmo, III. VIRGIL WHITEHURST Dunkirk, Ind. MADALAINE WESTLAKE Creswell, Ore. CHARLES WHITMILL Anderson, Ind. MATTIE WOOD Casey Creek, Ky. MAURICE CLINTON WRIGHT PALMER YALE Alexandria, Ind. Fairmount, Ind. SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED BILL N. AMEREDES WILLIAM B. ATSALIS CHARLES E. BARRETT DAVID E. BENTLEY ADELINE BULLER BRANT DONALD BRUMFIELD CARTER LEE BYFIELD GEORGE CAMPBELL WILLIAM B. CLAMPITT OLA G. CROCKETT PATRICIA HELENE CROPP PAUL D’ALESSIO ELVIN T. DAVIS JOSEPH ANTHONY DELWEY NOVA LILLIAN DUGGER ELMEDA DUNAGIN ALBERT C. EASTERLING ELBERT MASON EBERSOLE WILETTA FLEENOR ELDINE FRAZEE ROBERT LEE FREEMAN ROBERT EUGENE GRANT MYRON RAY HAGEN TROY ODEL HALL ROBERT M. HARTLEY PAUL HARTZLER CLIFFORD WILLIAM HEARD HARRY SUMNER HEBENTHAL LEROY M. HINES HARRY A. HOWELL ROBERT LEON HUFFMAN BENNY EUGENE JOHNSON Sidney McClellan CHARLES AARON JONES ROBERT A. JOSLEN INEZ JEAN KIDD JOSEPH ROBERT KNOTTS SAM KOCH VIVIAN JUNE LEWIS AARON WILLIS LONG DUANE McCARDLE JACKSON EDWARD McGILL DELORIS JEANNE MINNIEAR MARCUS HAROLD MORGAN EMERSON MUTTERSPAUGH KELSA WILLIAM NIXON WILLIAM N. OBLINGER EVERETT LEROY PARKS WILLIAM EUGENE PATTERSON DORIS MAE PLEASANT BONNYLYNE W. PORTWOOD TOM RACON PYEATT WILBUR ALBERT RAPSILBER ELLEN JUNE RICE MARY LOUISE RICHARDSON EDITH JOYCE ROUSSEAU HOY EL WOOD RYAN KENNETH EARL SEELEY DANTE ANTHONY SCHIAVONE ROBERT ELLSWORTH SMITH TED C. SMITH THOMAS EUGENE SPENCER ROBERT HAROLD STREATY CHARLES RUSSELL SWINFORD BARBARA E. TAYLOR ROGER TILFORD WILLIAM W. TILLMAN M. E. TRIGLETH GENEVA MAXINE TRIGLETH VELMA RUTH VAN HOOSE ROSELLA ANN WHITEHEAD ELDON LOWELL WILLIAMS MARION WARD WITHERS CHARLOTTE WOOD HAROLD GENE WOODS THOMAS G. WRIGLEY Phyllis Palmer, Secretary Gerald Egelston, President Betty Harp, Vice-President FRESHMEN F: BARBARA M. BAIR Springville, Ind. P: DOROTHY LEE BROWN So. Charleston, W. Va. E: MELBA J. BAILEY Huntington, Ind. O: PHYLLIS JEAN BLUHM Bertha, Minn. G: FRANK E. BALES Atkins, Va. Q: DERREL DUANE BROWN Trenton, Nehr. H: KARL H. BASHLOR So. Charleston, W. Va. R: LORRAINE E. BULLER Benton Harbor, Mich. WILLIAM C. BEAMAN S: TRENTON JOEL BUTNER Wilmington, Del. Anderson, Ind. J: NORMA BEATTY Cobalt, Ontario T: JERRY G. CAREY South Whitley, Ind. B: THOMAS BARRETT ANDERSON Baltimore, Md. L: BERNICE A. BILLINGS Louisville, Ky. C: ARTHUR E. AUSTIN Lake Placid, Fla. M: LAUREL L. BIVANS Stanley, " 4Vis. D: JOHN J. BAILEY Hugoton, Kans. N: IONA GLADYS BLEVINS Middletown, Ohio A: PAT ADAIR Pryor, Okla. K: JO ANNE BEVILLE Daytona Beach, Fla. A: CAROLYN J. CARMICHAEL Lanett, Ala. B: VIRGIL E. CARR Canton, Ohio C: EARL L. CARTER K: GERTRUDE ELIZABETH DAVIS Apollo, Pa. L: MARJORIE ANN DENNIS Cincinnati, Ohio M: WILLIAM K. DEVER St. Albans, W. Va. D: CONSTANCE JOAN CLARK Bondurant, la. E: CHARLES T. CLEMONS Mitchell, Ind. F: FERN C. CRAWFORD Cornell, Wis. G: CHARLES N. CROSS Anderson, Ind. H: MARY LOUISE CULLISON Louisville, III. I: PEBBLE FAY DANIELS Collinsville, Miss. J: DONNA LEE DAVIS Long Beach, Calif. Barberton, Ohio N: MILDRED ELOISE DIEL Kinderhook, N. Y. O: CAS 1 ARNOLD DOWNS So. Charleston, W. Va. P: PEARL ADLINE DUVALL Guymon, Okla. Q: DWIGHT L. DYE Sharon, Pa. R: RONALD LEE EDWARDS Anderson, Ind. S: BARBARA A. EGELSTON Middletown, Ohio T: GERALD EGELSTON Middletown, Ohio F: GLEN CAREY FERGUSON Elkhart, Kans. P: BURD ANN GRAY Butler, N. J. J: JOAN DOROTHEA FOSTER Louisville, Ky. T: GORDON GUSTIN Osgood, Ind. B: MERLIN WENDELL EICEMANN Point Pleasant, Mo. L: HAROLD THOMAS FREED Ellwood City, Pa. C: RAYMOND D. ELDERS Huntsville, Ala. M: NILA GERIG Fort Wayne, Ind. D: KATHRYN LOUISE ELLINGSON Hamilton, Ohio N: GUSSIE CHARLOTTE GERMANY Palco, Kans. E: JEAN I. EUBANK Albion, Ind. O: DONALD LOYD GOOCH Midland, Mich. G: ENOCH RAY FINLEY Huntington, W. Va. 0: LEIDY GREISER Anderson, Ind. H: ALMA RUTH FISHER High Point, N. C. R: DONA LOIS GRIFFITH Anderson, Ind. I: LOIS ELLEN FORTNER Effingham, III. S: ROY DALE GRUBBS Timmonsville, S. C. A: MARIAN RUTH EGLY Danville, III. K: MARVEL MARIE FREEBY Long Beach, Calif. A: ROBERT DEWEY HAMEL Anderson, Ind. K: GORDON A. HOWE N. Apollo, Pa. B: BETTY HARP Atlanta, Ga. L: LOWELL H. HUNT Hamilton, Ohio C: NANCY C. HARRISON Valdese, N. C. M: JOIE D. JARRED Covington, Ind. D: RALPH WILLIAM HATCH Erie, Pa. N: JEAN JOHNSON Charleston, W. Va. E: BILL ROY HENRICKS Tulsa, Okla. O: EDNA EARLE JOINER Birmingham, Ala. F: DORA MAE HEWITT Anderson, Ind. P: ELBERT LOYD JONES Fort Meade, Fla. G: ARDA CAROLA HIDY Trenton, Nehr. H: KATHRYN HISSEY Reedsburg, Wis. R: CLARABELLE KEMLER Van Wert, Ohio I: MARGARET ROSALEE HOOVER Aurora, III. S: JOYCE KENNEDY Daytona Beach, Fla. J: Q: MARY ELIZABETH JORDAN Greentown, Ohio JACQUELINE HOSEK Anderson, Ind. T: BONNIE MAXINE KERRY Harmony, Pa. : A: WILLIAM PAUL KIRKWOOD New Kensington, Pa. K: LANORA MAE LISTELLO Centralia, III. B: DOROTHY JUNE KIZER Tulsa. Okla. L: HAROLD DALE LONG Charleston, W. Va. C: LEONARD JOHN KLAASSEN Owosso, Mich. M. JANET ELLEN LONG Anderson, Ind. D: MELVIN H. KOHL Springfield, Ohio N: WILMA RUTH LYKINS Dunbar, W. Va. E: RAYMOND KOONTZ Flora, III. O: WILLIAM EUGENE McCONNAUGHEY Alexandria, hid. F: DAVID EDWARD LE VIERE Ellwood City, Pa. P: CLAUDE JAMES McCOY Tucson, Ariz. G: FRED LICK, Jr. Fairview Park, Ohio Q: LAURA LEE MAKINGS Trenton, Nebr. H: BETTY JANE LIGHTCAP Anderson, Ind. R: LOIS E. MANHE Milwaukee, Wis. I: BETH LIGHTY McPherson, Kans. S: GEORGIA ELIZABETH MARSHALL St. James, Mo. J: ROBERTA RUTH LIGHTY Satanta, Kans. T: DOREEN HAZEL MARTIN Bowdon, N.Dak. B: FREDERICK G. MENCHINGER Benton Harbor, Mich. C: EUGENE MENDENHALL Farmersville, Ohio D: PATRICIA EVELYN MILES Flora, III. E: BARBARA ANNE MILLER Los Angeles, Calif. F: EVELYN R. MILLER Cushing, Okla. G: JACQUELINE MONTEITH Springfield, Ohio H: VENAH JEANNETTE MOSER Louisville, Ky. NORMAN PIRKEY Anderson, Ind. RAYMOND A. MOWRY Waynesboro, Va. J: JANET EVELYN MYERS Anderson, Ind. RUTH POWELL Hamilton, Ohio A: DALE LESTER MEANS Punxsutawney, Pa. K: EARLENE NEILL Detroit, Mich. L: MARVIN LEROY NUSZ Elk City, Okla. M: LEROY OESCH New Springfield, Ohio N: PHYLLIS PALMER Charleston, W. Va. O: GWENN PARKER La Porte, Ind. P: WILLIAM PERRY Cambridge Springs, Pa. Q: SHIRLEY PETERS W. Liberty, Ohio R: BETTY LOU PHIPPS San Antonio, Tex. A: MARILYN C. REID Cedar Rapids, la. B: PAUL RIDER S. Charleston, W. Va. C: NANCY ROBB K: HAROLD SCOTT Noblesville, Ind. L: NEIL SHRINER Detroit, Mich. M: MARILYN SNIDER Vandergrijt, Pa. D: ROBERT ROYER Massillon, Ohio E: RUSSELL LEE ROYER Greentown, Ohio F: CHARLOTTE SABOSKE Oil City, Pa. G: HEWA RUTH SCHIEVE Anderson, Ind. H: CHARLES SCHNEIDER Lutesville, Mo. Springfield, Ohio N: THERON SORRELL Lanett, Ala. O: JAMES SPONHOLTZ Elgin, III. P: CHUCK STANLEY Tulsa, Okla. Q: DORIS TERRELL Trenton, Nebr. R: WILLIAM L. THOMAS Ashlayid, Ky. I: BETHAL SCHUTJER Grand Rapids, Minn. J: EDWARD SCHWEIKERT Lancaster, Ohio S: BETTY ANN THOMPSON Detroit, Mich. T: PANSY THOMPSON Grand Cayman, B.W.I. FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED GILBERT L. ACHESON JACK RICHARD BAKER THOMAS F. BAILEY PHYLLIS I. BARD JAMES SANDFORD BASEY DAVID B. BATDORF ROSE ANN BECKERMAN RICHARD B. BERGDAHL ERNEST GERALD BILLINGSLEY JACK C. BINION AUDRIA MAE BLACKWELL AGNES BOBAK DONALD BOYD BOWERMAN LESLIE CHARLES BUTGEREIT DONALD R. CAVENDER ALBERT B. COMPTON JAMES R. CUNEO BETTY RUTH DAHMS BILLY RAY DAVIS SMITH DAVIS VIRGINIA RUTH DeFOY ROBERT F. DODD, JR. EUGENE ELWYN DOOLEY RICHARD DUER ROBERT LEE DUGGER FRANCES LOUISE DUTY ARTHUR NELSON DYE WILLIAM FELTS, JR. FREDERICK W. FINNEY DONALD GEORGE FISHER FRANCIS L. FLANAGAN THELMA JEAN FLEMING MARION WALTER FRAYSUR BETTY JOYCE GOBBLE JOHN WILLIAM GUNTER H. LAVONNE HALES RAYMOND C. HAMON WAYNE HAND DANIEL G. HARGER WILLIAM BURT HARPER WAYNE L. HARTING EDNA MAE HARTLEY CARL WILLIAM HAWKINS MYRTLE HILL SHIRLEY EUGENE HOWARD, JR. JACKIE C. HOWELL WILLIAM EDWARD HUNTER LESTER SAMUEL HYSLIP ROBERT CHARLES IRLE LIZZIE JANE JOHNSON CALVIN WRIGHT JONES BEVERLY JEAN KALINOSKI BETHEA LORAINE KIDD ESTELLA ROSETTA KIDD GERALD DOUGLAS KING CLARA ESTELLA LORTON CAROL JUNE LONG ARTHUR C. LOEWEN EDITH MILDRED LINDERMAN CLIFFORD WAYNE LIGHTY ESTEL EUGENE LUDLOW JEANNETTE McCLURG CAROL IRENE McPHERON EUGENE MADISON CALVIN BROMLY MARSHALL BEVERLY RAY MARKLEY CURTIS MATTHEWS RICHARD RALEIGH METZING BILLIE RAE MILES PHILLIP WAYNE MILLER ORVILLE ELSWORTH MORRISON HUBERT HENRY MURRAY JOHN WILLIAM MURRAY BENJAMIN M. NELSON, JR. JERRY LEE NELSON WILMA LILLIAN NUSZ JOSEPH LOUIS O’MALLEY BLANCHE LOUISE PENTZ CLIFFORD CARLTON PETERS NAOMI CLAIRE PFANDER DOROTHY PICKENS THOMAS FRANKLIN PICKENS MAURICE ADRIAN PICKERING ROSCOE POLING, JR. ROBERT NEAL PRATHER RICHARD QUESENBERRY JAMES HENRY RAINES GEORGE W. RAY MELVIN RIGGS RUSSELL ARLO ROBOLD HOWARD JAMES RUSSELL THOMAS MILTON SARVER SHIRLEY MAE SHIELDS H. RICHARD SHOCK DAVID PIERCE SLEET HOWARD WAYNE SCOTT ROBERT EUGENE SHORT RUSSELL EDWARD SMITH SYLVAN D. SNELLING DOROTHY MAE STERLING ROBERT LOUIS STITES WILLIAM LUTHER THOMAS BARBARA E. TILEY D. RAYMOND TROUTMAN CHARLES HALFORD VANDERBUR THOMAS DEXTER VanDYKE RONNIE J. VANNESS THEODORE NORMAN WATTRON DOLORES JEAN WEBB ROBERT PAUL WEBB C. VANCE WEBER HAROLD OSCAR WELSH, JR. RONALD LEE WILLIAMS RALPH VERNON WILLIS JOYCE ELOISE YUTZY IndetUost Galleae ... ..V X • Aulte ' ie .te-liaian and education Aain hand ' d do- .build GlfU tian clta ' iacte’i An Jten. Atudenti. ' 4 im JNL, ■ v - ■ •• ■■■ A? Wi " " • . S , . .. ’■ v ■ ». «■ ■» ■ « r ; , ; . , , ?v ' • • • L ' fj ■ a-J;; - ; . • T v - ... • » y.v 1 • ■ • . v -• ' ' ■ ' ;■■ ■•. ' ' ■ ' • ' ,-j ■’ •• - • ; ■ • . • ' • •. » « ‘ r«- •• 1 flj 1 T __ -nr MS ' |W S ' Leading students to seek a deeper and more vital religious experience, Rev. Maurice Bergquist shared with us some of his experiences as a world traveler during Religious Emphasis Week of the Spring semester. Leaders in When he visited the campus during Religious Emphasis Week for both semesters this year, Rev. Herbert Thompson thrilled his listeners with his inspirational Gospel singing. Religious Emphasis Dr. W. Dale Oldham, college pastor, shared with us some of his religious beliefs during Religious Emphasis Week of the Fall semester. Ministers in the City Row 1: Rev. William Flee- nor, Rev. George Skinner, Rev. Raymond Hastings, Rev. John Clark. Row 2: Rev. Dewayne Bell, Rev. William E. Reed, Dr. W. Dale Oldham, Rev. Na¬ than Smith. i 1 W- ' i T ' jlill Jlv l ’ W j 1. l jl 9H j MINISTERIAL FELLOWSHIP Row 1: Ralph Welton, Glen Ball, Ralph Morton, Robert Niswander, Russell Royer, Charles Kissell, Cassie Kennedy, Thelda Quinn, Paul Arthur, Ray Elders, Lloyd Pfander. Row 2: Bill Neece, John Williams, Simon Robinson, Robert Royer, Robert Huffman, William Kirkwood, Ed White, Luther Anderson, Ed Schweikert, Russell Robold. Row 3: Leroy Bohling, Jack Allen, Bill Evans, Ed Smith, Charles Det- weiler, Richard Rothman, Wilfred Meacham, Bud Cain, Lloyd Tate. Row 4: Dale G rubbs, Wilber Hatch, Philip Kinley, Robert Hill, Bill Hazen, Charles Thomas, Lynn Ramey, Wilbur Qualman, Zello Rouse, Charles Jones. Row 5: Ray Wagner, Harold Scott, Carl Williams, Norman Butler, Alvin Nusz, George Williamson, Art Cober- ly, Arlo Newell, Ralph Johnson, Henry Coker, Willie Lee, Clifford McDaniel, Leon Barnes, Eugene Ramsay. Row 6: Dr. Eugene Newberry, ad¬ viser, Carl Peterson, Bill Ellis, Horace Pulsipher, Charles Schneider, Byron Hall, Glen Ferguson, Dwight Dye, Don Rice, John Bobak, Dr. Adam W. Miller, James Stewart, president. Religious Life Committee Row 1: Prof. Walter Haldeman, Frances Brown, Val Clear, Dr. Earl Martin. Row 2: Dr. Adam W. Miller, Don Collins, Jack Cousins. Main Dorm Prayer Room Each dormitory has a room which is designated as a place for quiet prayer and meditation. STUDENT VOLUNTEERS Bow 1: Twila Alexander, Maxine Thompson, Shirley Williams, Leola Crosthwaite, Marvel Freeby, Jean Ratzlaff, Lucille Lennex, Mildred Diel, Jean Ritter. Row 2: Joyce Wilcox, Joanne Yutzy, Lenora Listello, Ruthie Mae Smith, Thelma Hendrix, Evelyn Anderson. Row 3: Charles Hawkins, Dr. Adam W. Miller, adviser, Philip Kinley, Sidney Johnson Leroy Falling. Row 4: Byron Crosthwaite, Marion Fraysur, Sam Betts, Charles Jones, Kenneth Seeley, Charles Kissell. Orville Ratzlaff, jff 421 ■ W 9k Ik W ML • ' 7 M w 11 m » • y A ' T 1 j BBn f m 1 Ss Ml ■ m f ' JL ft fi rtf f ill I m L 1 | lljlf ill |jjjjj !j j f u iUV 1 11 1 tip 11 1 w ml HI fig ' 1 j: East Hall North Hall Prayer is a vital part of dorm life. n si- Campus Prayer Meetings Morning Prayer Meeting Main Dorm m CHAPEL SPEAKERS Dr. Frank Laubach, re¬ nowned missionary, educa¬ tor and literacy expert. Dr. Sherwood Eddy, inter¬ nationally known author and speaker. Dr. Elmer George Hom- righausen, educator and theologian from Princeton University. Indebban Calleae... Aultete .dtudentd Aiud time Aa stela . Aietcveen cladded, and ettfCtf, .the .beauty ot camfuid Aij,e. ORIENTED FRESHMEN Brother 1 wM . ' -mg DR. JOHN’S THIRTIETH YEAR RUNNERS-UP j ! STATE STUNT NIGHT TRIAD ALL-SCHOOL AMATEUR HOUR The SACHEM CLUB Presents CLEOPATRA rr. RAYMOND HORNE ALOMA SALTZMANN WHO’S ALBERT RATCLIFF MAXINE GRUNWALD DONNA CARPENTER WHO CLAUDE GOOD KENNETH GOOD DONALD COLLINS JOSEPH BATDORF MARILYN BUTGEREIT PEP’S FIFTH ANNUAL MUSICALE %y$ii CAMARADA OPERETTA “Pirates of Penzance” fatdorf KILMLR if i m jpjffli • • § Iv • w 9 1 1 f l ?%Bl Hi Remember 1 ' Jr { 1 N v Wim THIS United Na« onS JAMES H. ELDRIDGE SdenCe Ci “ County Day DR. THURMAN P. RICE Row 1: John Mowery, secretary, Gus Jeeninga, vice-president. Row 2: Paul Yutzy, president. M. A. Composed of all men students on the campus the Men’s Assembly has for its purpose the promotion of goodwill among the men of Anderson College. The organization functions through a Men’s Committee which co-ordinates all phases of college life, especially social and intellectual, which are of particular interest to men. Row 1: Carol Olson, secretary, Lucille Lennex, treasurer. Row 2: Marilyn Butgereit, vice-president, Maxine Grunwald, president. W. S. G. A. All women students on the campus ad¬ just better to college life and develop a more pleasing personality through their membership in the W.S.G.A.— Women’s Student Government Associa¬ tion. During this year special speakers have been invited to lecture on subjects which are vital in aiding members to attain the goal of ideal womanhood. The IV-C’s YOUNGEST of Anderson College’s social clubs, the IV-C’s was organized this spring to help meet the need of more men’s clubs. Its name stands for the four C’s—church, college, country and club—which members seek to serve. Officers serving the first term are: Leon Anderson, president; Forrest Richey, vice-president; Paul Hunter, secretary; Richard Rothman, treasurer, and Virgil Trick, historian. Charter members, left to right, are: Row 1 —Virgil Trick, Paul Hunter, Dick Rothman, Leon Anderson, Forrest Richey, William Patterson; Row 2 — Paul Smith, Paul O’Neill, Dan Sweeney, Clifford McDaniel, Norman Velie, Virgil Whitehurst, Howard Howe; Row 3 —Charles Harris, Thomas Cocker- ham, Randall Peacock, Simon Robinson, Rod Whalon and Kenneth Cook. mm Jlllf “ft MAY QUEEN MAXINE GRUNWALD Attendants: Seniors —A 1 o m a Saltzmann, Betty DeVol; Juniors —Ramona Martin, June Walker; Sophomores —Anne Nichols, Martha Strickler; Freshman —Dorothy Kizer, Phyllis Bluhm. Inde ian Galleae ... sivlte ' ie a Atudtent ahou ind ,Uil spAace amo-na Mto-ie. at Aimilan. Waited, jtwiauali AxabticifLotiott A t a M-aiietu. at campus activities. sIlllllS Row 1: Dr. John Buehler, Billy Joe Thomas, James Macholtz, Raymond Horne, Dr. Nancy Osborne, Donald Wright. Row 2: Kenneth Good, John Cher- ney, Joe Batdorf, Paul Yutzy, David Batdorf, Ralph Johnson, Warren Gourley, Henry Coker, James Bailey, Marilyn Butgereit, Gayle Millar, Dr. Earl Martin, Dante Schia- vone, Richard Harp, Calvin Marshall. STUDENT COUNCIL Purpose of the Student Council is to stimulate co-operation, encourage efficiency and co-ordinate all activities of Anderson College students. The Council serves as the official representative of the students in making their views known and caring for their best interest in matters which relate to their welfare. In order to achieve these goals, the Council works closely with other organizations and with the college administration and faculty. The Council has eight faculty members who are placed according to administrative position. Student membership consists of the president, vice-president, and secretary; the president and secretary-treasurer of each class and one additional representative for each fifty students; presidents of the Men’s Assembly and Women’s Assembly and chair¬ men of the all-school committees. Officers this year are (at right): James Macholtz, president; Charles Kline, vice-president; and Raymond Horne, secretary-treasurer. Em PUBLICATIONS STAFF Vern-Forsberg Business Manager Marion Sell Photographer Barbara Taylor Staff Secretary ECHOES STAFF CLAUDE GOOD Managing Editor Gordon Howe Ralph Hatch Irene McGuire Earlene Neill editorial assistants Phyllis Long first semester features editor , not pictured William Johnson, art editor Norma Allen, clubs editor Aubrey Kendall, class editor Marian Johnson, senior editor Joan Smith, features editor Ryland Lackore, facidty editor Carl Miller, religious editor Albert Ratcliff, sports editor TM3QUTZ ANDERSONIAN STAFF Jane Bradford, copy editor Marilyn Butgereit, feature editor Billy Joe Thomas, news editor Joyce Wiuff, society editor Donald Wright, sports editor Dick Maness, advertising Marvin Tuttle, circulation manager RAYMOND HORNE Managing Editor 1949-’50 Columnists: Dan Harman, Ola Crockett, Raymond Horne. Reporters—Row 1: Joan Smith, Irene McGuire B e t h a 1 Schutjer, Paul Clausen. Row 2: Philip Kinley, Ava Withers, Claire Gayle, Avon Knox. Row 1: Earl Henshaw, James Wal¬ ters, Charles W. Jones, Don Rice, Richard Swank. Row 2: Charles Treffry, John Wil¬ liams, John Mowery, Glenn Rankin, Beverley Anderson (treasurer), Maurice Joiner (secretary), Ralph Johnson (president), James Toon, (vice-president), George Blackwell, Vern Forsberg, James Stewart, Eu¬ gene Ramsay, Allan Powell (his¬ torian ). Row 3: W. Shirell Fox (adviser), Palmer Collins, Raymond Horne, Don Collins, Jack Knowles, Aubrey Kendall, Jack Cousins, Herman Keeney, Kenneth Walker, Charles Kline, Charles Hawkins, Ralph Port- wood, Kenneth Good, Dick Harp, Ralph Hoar, James Fair, Jarvis Wiuff, Chester Cantley, Ralph Mor¬ ton. TRIAD A formal banquet, an original all-school amateur hour, and morning prayer meet¬ ings are a few of the many channels through which the Triad Club is contributing in a positive manner to the various student needs at Anderson College. The granting of a seventy-five dollar cash award to a deserv¬ ing student is the club’s chief function in the academic aspect of college life. May the Triad Club ever strive to attain its purpose of contributing to the religious, aca¬ demic and social needs of all students at Anderson College and Theological Seminary. -It : § J Row 1: Ryland Lackore, Eda Rose (president), June Walker (treas¬ urer), Patricia Dean (secretary), Claire Gayle (historian), Evelynne Dreger, Maxine Grunwald. Row 2: Theo Reynolds (adviser), Virginia Titley, Marjorie Lammers, Geneva Nelson, Velma Van Hoose, Martha Strickler, Esther Beaty, Patricia Austin, Jane Ball (vice- president), Barbara Switzer, Eva Kulhavey, Juanita Braswell, Helen Miller, Ramona Martin, Shirley Williams, Phyllis Gillespie, Merle Phillips, Norma Allen, Lucille Len- nex. CAMARADA “It’s the little things that count” could very easily be the motto for the Camarada Club, for its members believe in the effectiveness of the daily Christian life. This club put its beliefs into practice during the past year by sponsoring a breakfast to bolster the spirits of lonely freshmen, a caroling party during the yuletide season to cheer shut-ins, and the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta The Pirates of Penzance to afford relaxation to weary students. We encourage this club to cling to its ideals and to find bigger and better ways of show¬ ing to the world the spirit of Christianity. “God first, others second, self last” is the motto of the Sachem Club of Anderson College. There is something thrilling about a group of men bound together by a common loyalty, and it is especially true of a brother¬ hood united to serve and increase its capac¬ ity for service. The spirit of the Sachems is co-operation; their goal, excelling in all branches of worth-while collegiate activity. Each year this club contributes a two- hundred-dollar scholarship to some student who could not otherwise attend Anderson College. May the Sachem song ring out as never before! Row 1: Dr. John A. Buehler (ad¬ viser), Albert Ratcliff (president), Jean Kilmer (vice-president), Tru¬ man Harris (secretary), Art Cober- ly, Jr. (treasurer). SACHEM Row 4: John Cherney, Marshall Call, Donald Puller, Gerald Culbertson, Jack Anderson. Roto 5: Billy Joe Thomas, Byron Westlake, James Austin, Thomas Redmond. Row 2: Dean Stork, Gus Jeeninga, Louis Lerner, Paul Yutzy, Henry Coker, Lee Butgereit, Carter By¬ field, Felix Murrell, James Ma- choltz. Row 3: Edgar Guyer, Joseph Ander¬ son, Joseph Batdorf, Danny Bedsole, Isom Crockett, Carl Munson. Let’s All Cihu, a booklet written by Dr. Frank C. Laubach, inspi red the name for the Cihu Club of Anderson College. The letters, in this small but significant word, stand for “Can I Help You?” Members of this group work together in service projects, play together, and worship together, aiming to promote friendship and fellowship wher¬ ever they meet others. During the past year the Cihu Club sponsored an all-school skat¬ ing party and a chili supper for members and escorts. Sending CARE packages to foreign countries was one of its service projects for the year. To serve mankind is a worthy goal, and we believe the Cihu Club of Anderson College has attained it. CIHU Row 1: Florence Eggert (adviser), Gertrude Naujoks (president), Ruth McKinney (vice-president), Avon Knox (secretary). Row 2: Joyce Wilcox, Bonnie Kearns, Frances Brown, Romayne Hough- telin, Ruth Ritter, Lucille Strawn (historian). Row 3: Ruby Lee, Vadena Beasley, LaWanda Koglin, Elsie Sexton, Ruthie Mae Smith, Ava Withers, Thelda Quinn, Joyce Wiuff. Row 1 : George Cerbus, Homer Schauer, Lee Theodore, Loren Wil¬ liams (treasurer), Arlo Newell (sec¬ retary), Don Boze (vice-president ), Charles Thomas (president), Charles Whitmill, Paul Clausen. Row 2: Tim Karamitros, Claude Good, James Woodward, James Mooney, Bud Cain, Charles Loewen, Charles Lee, Richard Maness, John Bouseman, Douglas Oldham, Dr. Eugene Newberry (faculty ). Row 3: Ernest Gross, James Childs, Ed Hoffman, Robert Hazen, Robert N. Smith, Paul Jenkins, Philip Kinley, Orville Collins, Lowell Wil¬ liamson, Gene Dyer, Warren Gour- ley, Norman Walker, Everett Parks. BOOSTER Loyalty to a cause and the strength of the Cross is the interpretation of the familiar Booster emblem, which embodies the jleur- de-lis and the Cross. The club endeavors to motivate Christian character through ath¬ letics and fellowship. Activities of the year were highlighted by the sponsoring of “One Great Hour” through the World Ser¬ vice Office of the Church of God, in which each member contributed to world missions. The Booster chorus scored again, present¬ ing its program entitled, “Musical Vaga¬ bonds,” under the leadership of Ernest Gross, with Robert Nicholson as guest conductor. May the wearers of the Booster black sweat¬ ers ever radiate Christian personalities that comes from loyalty to a noble cause. ►w d. PEP stands for Christian personality, ed¬ ucation, and progress. Founded in 1934 to promote school spirit at basketball games, the Pep Club is the oldest social club on the campus. During the past year, the club choir presented a musical program at the Veterans’ Hospital in Marion and sang several times at Park Place Church. An all-school roller skating party was sponsored by the club on February 10. The fellowship of this organization is enhanced by weekly early morning prayer meetings. Christian personalities are evidenced by the positive way in which the club aids its mem¬ bers to achieve a well-adjusted, happy life. May the Pepsters ever strive to attain that for which the letters PEP stand. PEP Row 1: Jackie Simmons, Phyllis Long, Aloma Saltzmann (president), Betty Schliep, Carol Olson (treas¬ urer), Naomi Golden. Row 2: Ella Cleveland (vice-presi¬ dent), Blanche DeYoung, Vivian Lewis, Marilyn Butgereit, Anne Allendorf (secretary), Marilyn Ad¬ cock, Marilyn Harrison, Donna Car¬ penter, Jane Bradford, Dr. Mary Catherine Park (adviser), Doris Pleasant. Row 3: Doris Johnson, Gayle Millar, Fern Tipton, Joy Hensley, Beverly Johnston, Natalie Reagan, Joyce Stone. Row 1: Val Clear (faculty), Carl A. Munson ( president). Row 2: Aubrey Kendall (third vice- president), Jack Cousins (treasurer), Claire Gayle, Dr. Candace Stone, (promotional adviser), Mildred Diel, Joyce Kennedy, Betty Harp, Palmer Collins, Carl Miller (secretary). Row 3: John Bouseman (first vice- president), Marjorie Lammers, Erna Lois Manke, Fern Crawford, Marvel Freeby, Nancy Robb, Laurel Bivans, J. O. Carrington (adviser). Row 4: Treva Abell, Jo Anne Be- ville, Lowell Hunt, Bethal Schutjer, Janet Myers, Orville Ratzlaff, Byron Crosthwaite, Rudy Grubich, Dale Grubbs. Row 5: Leroy Fulton, Melvin Riggs, Bill Burdett, Gus Jeeninga, Harold Conrad, Raymond Koontz, David Parker, LeRoy Anderson, Wilbur Hatch, Dick Harp, John Bobak. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB One of the most active organizations on the Anderson College campus, the International Relations Club was founded in 1945. The aim of this group is to study and discuss contemporary world problems. It is affiliated with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. The first in a series of model United Nations Assemblies was held in 1947, and interest in this event is annually increasing. Indicative of the influence of the International Relations Club of Anderson College is its current membership. Row 1: D r. Mary C. Park, Lucile Willowby (faculty), Marilyn Adcock (secretary-treasurer), Aloma Saltz- mann (president), Charles A. Endter ( adviser). Row 2: Robert N. Smith, Joyce Wil¬ cox, Theo Reynolds (faculty), Esther Beaty, Charles Lee. Row 3: Eugene Price, Dick Maness, Fred Collingwood. Row 4: Orville Collins (vice-presi¬ dent), Wilbur Hatch, Herman Har¬ well, Philip Kinley, Melvyn Cor¬ nelius, Obadiah Williams, Carl Mil¬ ler. Edgar Guyer, secretary-treasurer Helen Miller, vice-president James Childs, president Row 1: Gertrude Naujoks (secre¬ tary-treasurer), Theo Reynolds (faculty), Zylpha Hurlbut (adviser), Joy Hensley. Row 2: Dr. John Buehler, Myrl Ahrendt (faculty), James Austin, Glenn Sands, Jack R. Weaver (fac¬ ulty), Charles Kline, Oran Pass (president), George Cerbus. Row 1: Joyce Wiuff (historian), vo ? Kn° x , Dr. Vila Deubach Lucde Willowby (faculty), Evelynne Dreger. Row 2: Claire Gayle, Marilyn But- gereit, John Lorton ( secretary ), John Bouseman, James Stewart, Dick Maness, Wilbur Qualman (treas- xit cL- Childs (president), . Shirell Fox (faculty), Florence Orr (faculty), Dr. Mary C. Park (adviser). S IGM A Robert Nicholson (director). Roio 1: Ella Cleveland, Merle Phil¬ lips, Dona Griffith, Evelyn Miller, Barbara Taylor, Phyllis Gillespie, Bonnylyne Portwood, Betty Harp (historian). Roiu ‘2: Margaret Collins, Esther Beaty, Phyllis Bluhm, Evelynne Dreger, Fern Tipton (secretary- treasurer), Joan Foster, Ryland Lackore, Ramona Martin, Martha Strickler, Donna Carpenter (ac¬ companist). Row 3: Doris Johnson, Joyce Stone, C. Jean Kilmer (president), Douglas Oldham, Paul Yutzy, Robert Boyer, Tom Pyeatt, Paul Clausen, Claude Good, Richard Tazelaar. Row 4: Paul Jenkins, Charles Wood, Jim Hurst, Lee Theodore, Wayne Harting, Ernest Gross, Lowell Wil¬ liamson (vice-president ), Joe Bel¬ lamy, Henry Coker, Isom Crockett. COLLEGE CHOIR Participation on the Christian Brotherhood Hour, international broadcast of the Church of God, is perhaps the most widely known activity of the Anderson College Choir. However, this is only one of its many functions. Music contributions of this choral group enrich the services at Park Place Church, and make more effective our annual International Camp Meeting which convenes in June. The May Festival of Music is another major role which is taken in stride after the traditional ten-day concert tour, which this year was routed through Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, and Okla¬ homa. The choir was honored this year with an invitation from Radio Station WLW, Cincinnati, Ohio, to furnish music for a Christmas Eve broadcast, repre¬ senting all Protestant churches in America, and the Columbia Broadcasting System for a Palm Sunday appearance. GLEE CLUBS Row 1: Robert A. Nicholson (di¬ rector), Jean Wilson, Bernice Bil¬ lings, Bonnie Kerry, Barbara Beres- ford, Fern Miller, Romayne Hough - telin, Lois Fortner. Row 1: Paul Yutzy, Jack Knowles, James Raines, Dwight Dye, Dan Bedsole, Robert Hamel, John Mow- ery- Row 2: Marilyn Snider, Phyllis Bluhm, Pebble Daniels, Burd Ann Gray, Lydia Joiner, Evelyn Miller, Shirley Peters, Carolyn Carmichael. Row 2: Fred Shackleton (director), Dick Harp, Robert N. Smith, Charles Stanley, Raymond Wagner, Robert Tunnell, Dean Gerig, Ralph Hoar, Gordon Gustin, Bill Oblinger, Raymond Mowry. Row 3: Gayle Millar, Arda Hidy, Janet Myers, Maxine Thompson, Phyllis Bard, Agnes Wise, Dorothy Brown. Row 1: Charles Hawkins (vice- president), Esther Beaty (president), Dorothy Kizer, Constance Clark, Ruth Powell, Colleen Morgan, Carolyn Carmichael, Nila Gerig, Robert Smith (business manager), Charles Endter (adviser). Row 2: Joy Hensley, Paul Arthur, Paul Hunter, Nancy Harrison, Marilyn Snider, Jean Nolan, Anne Allendorf, Barbara Miller, Marvel Freeby. Row 3: Charles Whitmill, Merle Wise, Dan Harman, Dick Maness, Jane Bradford, Drucilla Cima, Beth Lighty. Row 4: Sam Betts, Tom Cockerham, Aloma Saltzmann, Gayle Millar, Beverly Johnston, Jean Eubank, Geneva Nelson. Row 5: Philip Kinley, Obadiah Wil¬ liams, Chester Taylor, Altha Bordon, Mary Fadukovich. DRAMATICS CLUB “Soeurettes” Row 1: Lois Fortner, Barbara Mil¬ ler, Lenora Listello (treasurer), Marian Egley, Betty Dahms, Mari¬ lyn Snider, Bernice Billings. Row 2: Nancy Robbs, Marvel Free¬ by, Nila Gerig, Marjorie Dennis, Shirley Peters, Lorraine Buller. Row 3: June Truesdale, Mary Culli- son, Alma Fisher, Margaret Hoover, Barbara Bair, Mary Jordan, Patsy Adair. Row 4: Laura Lee Makings, Jo Anne Beville, Arda Hidy, Ruth Terrell, Phyllis Bluhm. •in Row 1: Marcille Kell, Sarada Dean, Louise Peterson, Evelyn Schneider, Viva Austin, Sammy Grubich (presi¬ dent), Betty Duer. Row 2: Mrs. Russell Olt, Mildred Trick, Mrs. Walter Haldeman, Gloria Wagner, Dorothy Guyer, Lois Fors- berg, Grace Rouse, Evelyn Burgin, Mary Ramey. Row 3: Margaret Butterfield, Lois Upton, Betty Proctor, Nadine Powell, Agnes Treffry, June Allen, Rhoda Kline, Audrey Smith, Marianne Seeley, Phyllis Thompson, Vasso Toon, Wilma Nusz. Row 4: Mrs. J. A. Morrison, Joyce Sell, Vona Weins, Margery Hall, Verna Proctor, Naomi Pfander, Ma- dona Kline, Ethel Sebring, Jane Easterling, Mary Coberly. Row 5: Marjorie Childs, Dorothy Greiser, Allie Lee, Kay Williamson, Ruth Sands, Rose Tate. Row 1: James Cuneo, James Raines, Dwight Dye, Harold Long, Robert McDonald (adviser). Row 2: Norman Velie, Richard Berg- dahl, Charles Stanley, Paul Ward, Leroy Fulton, Milton Hamon. Row 3: Fred Lick, Ronald Edwards, Leroy Oesch, William Henricks, Bob Short, Dale Grubbs. DAMES CLUB Green Knights mm ffpro Los Buscadores Row 1: Maxine Thompson, Betty Schliep, Irene McGuire, Sarah Best (vice-president), Florence Jean Eg- gert (adviser), Pansy Thompson. Row 2: Paul Arthur, Herman Har¬ well, Raymond Mowry, LeRoy Hoff, Eldine Joslen, Paul Hunter, Bill Westlake, David Parker, Richard Ummel, Rudy Grubich, George Cerbus. German Fellowship Row 1: Mildred Diel, Elsie Koglin, Charlotte Saboski, Prof. Anna Kog¬ lin (adviser), Esther Waurich. Row 2: Evelynne Dreger, Jean Kil¬ mer, Peter Tjart, Dan Bedsole, Gerald Hays, Harold Conrad (presi¬ dent), Earl Velosky (vice-president), Gus Jeeninga, Barbara Switzer ( secretary-treasurer ). French Row 1: Dale Grubbs, Dr. Nancy Osborne (adviser), Claire Gayle, Gwendolyn Parker, Earlene Neill, Betty Thompson, Glenda Little, Carol Olson, Dorothy Kizer. Row 2: Donald Wright, Jack Ander¬ son, Dari Beckham, Paul Ward (president), John Cherney, Ted Smith, Walter Warnock. Green Inkers Row 1: Walter Warnock (vice-presi¬ dent), Kathryn Ellingson, Bonnie Kerry, Roberta Lighty, Avon Knox, Jean Kidd, Dr. Mary Cathryne Park. Row 2: Orville Johnson, Raymond Hamon, Jerry Hamon, William Koehnline (adviser), Obadiah Wil¬ liams (president), Virgil Carr. Easterners Club Row 1: Anne Allendorf, Dr. Mary Cathryne Park, Jane Ball, Eva Kul- havey, George Cerbus. Row 2: Natalie Reagan, Burd Ann Gray, Ralph Hatch. Row 3: Leidy Greiser, John Cherney (vice-president ), Dwight Dye. Row 4: Daniel Harman, Wilbur Hatch, Bill Burdett. Row 5: John Bobak, Louis Lerner ( president). Fine Arts Club Row 1: Carol Olson, Jacquie Mon- teith, Jean Nolan, Donna Carpenter, Blanche DeYoung (vice-president), Doris Johnson, Ruth McKinney, Beverly Johnston. Row 2: Ruthven H. Byrum (ad¬ viser), Kenneth Knight, Eugene Dyer, Lee Theodore, Homer Schauer, Melvyn Cornelius, Orville Ratzlaff. Instrumental Ensemble Row 1: June Walker, Betty Harp, Row 2: Claude Good, Dick Swank, Miss Ingyr Marie Lien (director). Donald Puller. BAND Row 1: Dan Harger, Dwight Dye, Row 2: Fred Shackleton (director), Walker, Charles Thomas, Barbara Stanley Nichols, Charles Stanley, Dennis Neal, Joseph O’Malley, Mari- Bair, Raymond Hamon, Melvin Dale Grubbs. lyn Snider, Herbert Lucas, June Riggs, Claude Good. Indz ' i ' Lan Go-Ueae .., Mt-lte ' ie aood Apxt4id.ma td tip. d ' Uump.hd. a i MictoJiif, 04 defeat. A C GRIDDERS Row 1: E. Williams, Mgr., L. Butgereit, B. Ameredes, A. Ratcliff, K. Kardatzke, C. Byfield, J. Barrett, K. Nixon, D. Schiavone, J. Cousins, K. Seeley, N. Velie. Row 2: H. Bunyan, R. Tunnell, R. Whalon, K. Walker, T. Redmond, F. Sponholtz. N. Walker, C. Vanhoose, D. Ummel, D. Sleet, J. Horevay, R. Kerr, Head Coach. Row 3: R. Absher, C. Harris, M. Holloway, R. Freeman, R. Short, H. Murray, J. Macholtz, D. Batdorf. Not pictured, H. Schrenker, Assistant Coach, G. Dodd, J. Mohns, G. Miller, B. Seebree. RAVEN RECORD AC OPP. AC OPP. 19 Earlfiam 14 19 Taylor 31 14 Manchester 7 27 Indiana Central 20 0 Ball State 35 13 Canterbury 7 26 Huntington 14 19 Franklin 13 Conference Game Second Place in Hoosier College Conference BOB ABSHER Most Valuable Player, Tackle DANTE SCHIAVONE Tackle CARTER BYFIELD Fullback DAVE BATDORF Halfback BILL SEEBREE Center DAVE SLEET Halfback MERRILL HOLLOWAY Center KEN KARDATZKE Guard KEN WALKER Quarterback it " . ; MB GERALD DODD End DAVID LeVIERE Tackle DICK UMMEL Tackle CHARLES HARRIS End HUBERT BUNYAN Halfback BOB TUNNELL Tackle aa ri GRID HIGHLIGHTS ! ♦ V • « Row 1: George Cerbus, Harry Fry, Julian Hol¬ guin, Dale McGraw. Not pictured, Billy Joe Thomas. Row 2: Calvin Marshall, Paul Ward, Don Boze, Truman Harris, Don Barnett, Coach. RAVEN HARRIERS Second in Hoosier College Conference Third in Little State Sixth in Big State First in six of seven dual and triangle runs. VARSITY SQUAD Row 1: Bob Smith, Jim Woodward, Russell Smith, Jack Howell, Loren Wil¬ liams, Les Butgereit, Robert Kerr, Coach. Row 2: Everett Parks, Ben Johnson, Mer¬ rill Holloway, Chuck Harris, Joe Ander¬ son, Robert Freeman, Warren Gourley, Ralph Willis, Paul O’Neill. RAVEN BASKETEERS “B” SQUAD Row 1: Kelsa Nixon, Fred Menchinger, Jerry Carey. Row 2: Chuck Vanderbur, Fred Finney, Warren Gourley, Don Barnett, Coach. Not pictured, Bill Upton, Virgil Whitehurst, Gerald Egleston, Shirley Howard. ANDERSON 58 HUNTINGTON 64 ANDERSON 59 EVANSVILLE 84 ANDERSON 52 DAYTON U. 64 ANDERSON 71 HANOVER 68 ANDERSON 69 J. MILLIKIN 65 JAMES WOODWARD CHARLES HARRIS bob freeman ANDERSON EVANSVILLE ANDERSON BALL STATE ANDERSON J. MILLIKIN ANDERSON FRANKLIN I ANDERSON TAYLOR LOREN WILLIAMS MERRILL HOLLOWAY ANDERSON ROSE POLY ANDERSON IND. CENTRAL ANDERSON EARLHAM ANDERSON CONCORDIA ANDERSON MANCHESTER JOE ANDERSON BOB SMITH ANDERSON CANTERBURY ANDERSON HUNTINGTON ANDERSON EARLHAM ANDERSON FRANKLIN ANDERSON HANOVER JACK HOWELL EVERETT PARKS RALPH WILLIS JAMES WOODWARD MOST VALUABLE PLAYER and INDIANA COLLEGIATE ALL-STARS HOOP HIGHLIGHTS OF 1950 RAVEN RECORD SEASON’S RECORD Won 10 Lost 10 Second in Hoosier College Conference CONFERENCE RECORD Won 8 Lost 3 CHARLES HARRIS LEADING SCORER and SECOND TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE VARSITY “A” CLUB JIM BARRETT Trainer ELDON WILLIAMS Student Manager Row 2: V. Whitehurst, K. Kardatzke, L. Wil¬ liams, W. Atsalis, J. Litton, T. Harris, M. Holloway. Row 4: J. Bellamy, D. Schiavone, O E. Hoffman, C. Harris, P. O’Neill. . Williams, Row 1: D. Boze, C. Byfield, J. Woodward, W. Gourley, R. Smith. Row 3: E. Parks, P. Trammel, C. D. Quesenberry. Marshall, Row 1: Dave Sleet, Gene Price, Harry Fry, Marshall, Ralph Hatch, Jerry Carey, Bob Tom Clemons, Fred Lick, Obadiah Williams. Gray, Russ Smith, Truman Harris, Bill Ob- Row 2: Don Boze, Dale Grubbs, Calvin linger, Virgil Carr, Carter Byfield, Coach Bob Kerr. CINDERMEN Upon completion of the new track, it was expected that the Ravens would field a more representative team than heretofore. Led by Russ Smith, Carter Byfield, Obadiah Williams, Calvin Marshall and Harry Fry, this expectation proved true by virtue of the fact that the Ravens were victorious in three of four dual meets. There was much optimism about the Raven’s chances in the Hoosier Conference meet. CARTER BYFIELD Track Highlights of 1950 HARRY FRY BOB FREEMAN RUSSELL SMITH RUSSELL SMITH DON BOZE TRUMAN HARRIS CALVIN MARSHALL “RIP” RATCLIFF HARRY FRY RUSSELL SMITH Track Highlights of 1950 t I iH CARTER BYFIELD CARTER BYFIELD Don Boze’s Basketball and Football Champs CARTER BYFIELD Intramural Director INTRAMURALS ATHLETICS FOR ALL ROBERT FREEMAN Intramural Director Faculty Play Group Intramural All-Stars I- A sL J mm u i VI III W1 it Ml Row 1: Norm Velie, Kelsa Nixon, Fred Men- chinger, Chuck Vanderbur, Hal Wood, Norm Walker, Virgil Whitehurst, Jack Howell, Paul Smith. Row 2: Russell Wilson, Ass’t. Coach, Bill Atsalis, Jim Bailey, Cas Downs, Hubert Mur¬ ray, Fred Finney, Everett Parks, Rusty Hol¬ loway, Tex Litton, Paul O’Neill, Jack Ander¬ son, Bill Wright, Tommy VanDyke, Don Barnett, Coach. RAVEN BASEBALL SQUAD porting a new coach and many new faces in the lineup, the future success of the Raven baseball team was unpredictable. Off to a rather slow start due to lack of adequate pre-season training, the Ravens showed marked improvement with each game, and chances of a successful season were good. JAMES LITTON JACK HOWELL JIM MACHOLTZ EVERETT PARKS CAS DOWNS JACK ANDERSON VIRGIL WHITEHURST HAL WOODS PAUL O’NEILL CHUCK VANDERBUR FRED MENCHINGER NORM WALKER 1% P Wt N ‘1 , i Fy-y mi i uAfil Ralph Willis, Percy Tramel, Joe Batdorf, Jim Bailey. Not pictured, Paul O’Neill. ; It I! RAVEN GOLFERS I Kneeling: Coach Elbridge MacKenzie. Standing: Dan Harger, Lee Theodore, Paul Ward, Dan Bedsole, Tom Pyeatt, Jim Austin. Not pictured, Ed Hoffman, Truman Harris. RAVEN RACQUET SWINGERS YOURS TO GIVE Today is a very significant day. It illustrates something impor¬ tant about America. For today you have what everybody wants and every American receives: an education. Yes, you will get more education—perhaps formal, perhaps not. But already you have enough to use your own intelligence to help solve your own problems. You can think for yourself. When things aren’t going just your way, you can help to make them better in the classic American tradition. You have learned that other people of other origins, beliefs, colors have a right to happiness too. And you know the rules of fair competition: to be a good sport—win or lose. These are qualities that made America great. Today, more than ever, America needs good sense, tolerance and sportsmanship. They are yours to give. Best wishes from Delco-Remy DIVISION, GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION ANDERSON, INDIANA WHEREVER WHEELS TURN OR PROPELLERS SPIN Church of God World Service ANDERSON INDIANA Home Missions Foreign Missions Christian Education Free Literature Ministers’ Pension and Aid Anderson College and Theological Seminary Pacific Bible College EVERY PERSON GIVING TO THE LOCAL CHURCH EVERY CHURCH GIVING TO WORLD SERVICE " Let’s Go to Gadberry’s” FINE MEATS QUALITY GROCERIES Gadberry’s Grocery Lunch Corner 5th and College Phone 4012 ROEBUCK and CO. CONGRATULATES Bob Morrison, Inc. SALES AND SERVICE FORD Your Friendly Ford Dealer Dial 2-0275 516 Meridian Anderson, Indiana Hamburgers 10c “Buy ’em by the sack. You’ll like ’em the way we fry them” Hill’s Snappy Service IT’S DIETZEN’S! AT VOUR GROCER’S F0R CARNTAP " your best buy " If You Had a Million Dollars You Couldn’t Buy a Better Bread. It is a pleasure for us to greet the class of ’50 The Music and Hobby Shop INCORPORATED YOUR MUSICAL HEADQUARTERS for ANDERSON Phone 3-3309 12th and Jackson Streets Anderson, Indiana 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 The Behrens Co. Red Spot Folks” O ARTISTS’ SUPPLIES PAINTS 1221 Meridian WALLPAPER Dial 3-3029 U. t. f AT. O ft. COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Phone 8834 Not... Clothes at the Lowest Price, but the Best Clothes at the Price Bing ' s Quality Since 1880 1002 Meridian Street Anderson, Indiana Smith Floral Company £2 The Best In CORSAGES and CUT FLOWERS WE TELEGRAPH FLOWERS 700 High Street 22 Anderson, Indiana 8 West 11th A. R. CRIST Doctor of Optometry DEPENDABLE SERVICE SINCE 1926 Lenses Duplicated 2 West 10th Street One-Day Service ANDERSON, INDIANA GUIDE LAMP DIVISION General Motors Corporation OUR SLOGAN: “As good as the best, better than the rest” COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE SERVICE Higgins Son CLEANING and PRESSING Call 2-6680—We’ll Do the Rest 317 Cottage Avenue Anderson, Indiana May’s Comer Store DRUGS, SUNDRIES AND COSMETICS “Always at Your Service” Phone 9721 702 East 8th Street The Alibi Mike Lemon, Owner FOUNTAIN SERVICE FAMOUS CHEZBURGS Phone 8277 14th and Jackson Anderson, Indiana Compliments of LYNCH CORPORATION Anderson, Indiana toddy, seems a faraway cry from the methods used when Johann Gutenberg first devised versatility by the use of his crude movable types. Those basic methods, now universally adopted, and standing a monument to his memory, have never changed. We Americans, to whom PRINTING has become such an integral part of our daily existence, use it in our business, for educational advancement, and entertain¬ ment in every walk of life. Be it the daily newspaper, billboard, sky-writing or the ether-borne wave, still to PRINTING do we concede the sphere of endurance and permanency in the transmitting and recording of our thoughts. SO WITH THIS COLLEGE ANNUAL ... the pictures, slogans, club names, and advertisements of contributing firms . . . how they call you back every time you open the covers. We at Commercial Service sincerely wish for you, students of A.C.T.S., many, many occasions of happy reminiscence as you browse through the pages of ’50 ECHOES. out utetUdti ) etvice The F. C. CLINE LUMBER Ph °- 400-432 Main Street 2-2315 MERIDIAN ' Compliments of McAllen’s FINE FURNITURE 1222 Meridian Hardware — Paints Electrical — Mill Supply 7(aufman ' p Klus Flower Shop Flowers for FUNERALS WEDDINGS CORSAGES 7th and Meridian Dial 4491 Phone 3-3115 423 East 8th Street RENTALS — REPAIRS — SUPPLIES for TYPEWRITERS — ADDING MACHINES EVERYTHING FOR EVERY OFFICE ‘TKiUen, Right on Meridian Street at 1212 Phone 4404 ANDERSON, INDIANA m ( y • f A ELEVEN EAST TENTH STREET SUITE 1 GRIFFITH BUILDING TELEPHONE 6119 Students of Anderson College: It has been a pleasure working with you, and making all the portraits reproduced in this book, and to become acquainted with you personally. We want to express our appreciation for your patron¬ age, and your orders for additional portraits. May we remind you that the negatives of all the photo¬ graphs in this book are kept in our permanent file for years to come. If you wish to place an order now or later, you may do so by calling at the studio, telephoning or writing to us. We will be glad to give you information regarding styles, fin¬ ishes, sizes, and prices. For those of you who may remain in Anderson, we would be pleased to have you call on us for your future photographic needs. Thank you J Yours very truly. PORTRAITS WEDDINGS • CHILD PORTRAITURE . COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY . FRAMES It’s Schuster’s, Inc. for MEN’S AND BOYS’ WEAR Phone 6678 Comer 13th and Meridian Streets Anderson Sporting Goods INC. TROPHIES FOOTBALL BASKETBALL Phone 5828 1028 Main Street Anderson, Indiana Fine Chinese and American Foods THE GOOD EARTH 13 East 9th Street Phone 9643 .S ' TAR CHINA COMPANY “If worth having, we have it” Phone 7122 902 Main Street Anderson, Indiana Photo -Engravings 1027 MAIN STREET ANDERSON,INDIANA Office Supplies and Systems GIFTS BOOKS B B GREETING CARDS FOR EVERY OCCASION B B STATIONERY GAMES Spaulding Rawlings Wilson Athletic Equipment £2 B JANTZEN SPORTSWEAR £2 B “Play hard with the best and win” D E C K E R’S Phone 4467 Phone 4467 67 Steps off Meridian on Eleventh JOE’S RECORD SHOP 1231 MERIDIAN STREET Phone 9471 MORGAN’S MUSIC Charles Morgan, Owner CONN—SELMER—OLDS—SOLOVOX GIBSON—JESSE FRENCH PIANOS Phone 9471 1231 Meridian Street Anderson, Indiana For GOOD FOOD — and FRIENDLY SERVICE Shop at FOODLAND Phone 80:18 812 East 8th Street Anderson, Indiana Compliments oj SAUTERS FINE SHOES 1215 Meridian Street CLINE LUMBER COMPANY 400-432 Main Street Phone 2-2315 The Madison County Lumber Company Phone 6631 1421 Jackson Street Anderson, Indiana EAVEY’S SUPER-MARKET FLOOR COVERINGS y N WINDOW SHADES CABINETS VENETIAN BLINDS JANITOR SUPPLIES DECORATING SERVICE “The Finest Food Market in North America ' ' 1808 Meridian Street Anderson, Indiana THE FLOOR STORE Robert Miller, Proprietor Anderson, Indiana 934 Main Street Phone 2-2875 El wood, Indiana 1405 Main Street Phone 1453 Compliments of J. C. Penny Company Best Wishes to Anderson, Indiana Class of POST OFFICE CAFE 1950 Gus S. Pancol, Proprietor Home-baked Pies Our Speciality 24-HOUR SERVICE C p 16 West 11th Street, Anderson, Indiana “Where the Athletes Eat” Compliments of American Playground STANDT’S JEWELERS Device 12th and Meridian Streets Co. Surber Son TAILORS Anderson, Indiana MADE-TO-ORDER CLOTHES Phone 2-5418 Anderson, Indiana Your Friends and Neighbors Broadway Sales Co. Will Tell You 633 Broadway Phone 7715 CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH • It’s Pleasant SALES AND SERVICE • It’s Satisfying • It’s Convenient Wholesale and Retail Distributors • It’s Economical U. S. Tires and Products Quaker State Oil To Shop at the Accessories and Parts Banner Store A BETTER STORE FOR THE THRIFTY “If you can’t buy a new car see us for a good used one” R. R. Byrum Paul J. Byrum Quality Homes 1400 East Eighth Street Phone 2-3678 COOK BLOCK AND BRICK CO. Producers of Better Concrete Masonry 2013 Mounds Road Phone 5997 Compliments of Startzman’s Grocery 1804 East Fifth Street " 6oe i 4-6 ' IfeaAA. CailtecbicU si t J+tcL iAa+i. " aJ. rf-aAJtio+i MODERNIZE YOUR HOME WITH Sonitary and Easy To Clean NATIONAL ‘s felittve, TILE Fire Proof Stoin Proof Color Fast Economical NATIONAL TILE MANUFACTURING CO. ANDERSON, INDIANA Established 1 889 The Wright Store for College Men and Women For the latest in fashions, look in the windows of . . . HOYT WRIGHT COMPANY 911 Meridian Street Congratulations to Class of 1950 Alumni Association Room 125, Old Main ANDERSON ART GLASS COMPANY Glass for every purpose Seventh and Main Streets Phone 7467 Dixon Electric Co. 1012 Meridian Street Phone 2-3215 Anderson, Indiana 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 “For Friendly Service " F orkner-Manger Lumber Co. 507 East 29th Street Phone 3-3381 MEADOW GOLD ICE CREAM Beatrice Foods 1817 Columbus Avenue TRANSIT MIX CONCRETE CO. Ready-Mix Concrete Madison Avenue and Big Four Railroad Phone 2-6275 Simplex Mfg. Co. Welding and Machine Work Sixteenth and Jackson Streets Phone 5212 McMahan Leib Co. WHOLESALERS 1417 Meridian Street Citizens Banking Co. Anderson, Indiana Culligan Soft Water Service 1104 Main Street Phone 9302 BOOSTER CLUB Best Wishes to Class of 1950 CAMARADA CLUB Oldest Men’s Social Club on Campus Comrades to All Organized October, 193( Officers for 1950 Congratulations to the Class of 1950 President Adviser Vice-President Treasurer Secretary (Semester I) Secretary (Semester II) Historian Eda Rose Miss Theo Reynolds -- Jane Ball June Walker Pat Dean Ruth McQuinn Claire Gayle Best Wishes to Class of 1950 CIHU CLUB ‘‘Always ready to help you” The Green Knights Congratulate The Class of 1950 The Triad Club of Anderson College Stands United . . . RELIGIOUSLY . . . SOCIALLY . . . ACADEMICALLY Towards the Building of . . . Better Informed Citizenry Stronger Christian Character Increased Spirit of Comradeship AUTOGRAPHS


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