Anderson University - Echoes Yearbook (Anderson, IN)

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■C ' Jfc i —iv ' {r % ■ i4 « % - k S Wt x if v ' ' ANDCeSON ANDERSON, INDIANA .. Vv iitLECEBB CBllEEE rs t 7T SSSw ' mSm uMmim ■JJJJJjJJHBSi, V V ' ■J j y -A fif£gf 2 1 CJ 3 % B T ' " oneci tcl It has been the purpose of And¬ ers on College to instruct and guide young men and women in their vocational choice, leading them to religious maturity as well as train¬ ing them in basic principles of the scientific attitude. This has been done on three levels. First, the physical level, by means of a well defined athletic program, has given us a keen appreciation for good sportsmanship. Secondly, the faculty has pointed us to new heights in a classic education. And paramountly, the entire fellowship of Anderson College has given us a Christian experience which is more like that life of our Lord, Jesus Christ. It is the aim of this " Echoes” to recall to each student these three levels of Christian education which made our endeavors in Anderson College so pleas¬ ant. The 1953 ECHOES STAFF Lois Denny, Editor an 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; E. F. Adcock Steele C. Smith, W. Dale Oldham, O. J. Flynt, Russell Olt, Secretary to the Committee. BOARD OF TRUSTEES E. E. Perry, Chairman John Kane, Secretary 1953—E. F. Adcock, Anderson, Indiana; W. H. Hunt, Anderson, Indiana; H. H. Kissinger, Hutchinson, Kansas. 1955—John Kane, Anderson, Indiana; Ray Keith, Exeter, California; George Blackwell, Indianapolis, Indiana. 1954—John A. Morrison, Anderson, Indiana; Denzel R. Lovely, Los Angeles, California; C. L. Quinn, Anderson, Indiana. 1956—Paul Froehlich, Tenafly, New Jersey; Harold Achor, Anderson, Indiana; W. Dale Oldham, Anderson, Indiana. 1957—R. C. Caudill, Middletown, Ohio; S. P. Dunn, Chicago, Illinois; E. E. Perry, Wash¬ ington, D.C. What, no heart! The lifeline. 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Attendants to the Queen: Evelyn Allen, Pat Beach, Queen Rowenna Dodge, Shirley Weins, Lois Vermillion. .VUvnce BOOSTER CLUB—f r Place PEP CLUB Third Place Cleanup 0 DRAMATICS CLUB CIHU CLUB SACHEM CLUB First row: Omer Blevine, vice presi¬ dent; Wayne Harting, president; Jerry Eggleston, secretary. Second row: Iona Blevins, Cathy Bailey, Elda Norris, Bar¬ bara McDonald, Butch Williams. Third row: Velma Van Hoose, Clarice Ratz- laff, Harold Stradtner, Warren Popp. Fourth row: Carolyn Tunnell, Myrna Dodge, Glen Bevis. Fifth row: Mary Kinser, Dorothy Hardin, Bob Smith. Sixth row: Lowell Hunt, Dave Wil¬ liams, Sharon Brown, Miss Deubach, Dotty Carr, Donna Cook, Neil Shriner. Seventh row: Ray Price, Gordon Howe, Don Pickett, Roxie Green, Jim Royster, Tom Smith, Ralph Lane, Jack Duff. Throughout the past school year, the Student Council has worked constantly to be of the greatest possible service to the students of Anderson Col¬ lege. It has consciously endeavored to fulfill what it believes to be its primary task—that of making Anderson College a better place to come to school. Its achievements have been notable. In addition to its regular functions of working with and for the student body in the various areas of campus life, it has worked actively to find solutions to immediate and pressing needs which have faced it this year. In March, months of intensive work on the need for a reception room in Morrison Hall culminated in the opening of the Schield Reception Room. After a tremendous amount of preparatory work, the matter of the institution of the Honor System has been brought before the faculty to be voted on soon. These represent only two of the many fields in which the Student Council has been working for this year. As the school year 1952-1953 draws to its close, the Student Council sincerely hopes that it has built a stronger and firmer foundation on which more effective student government can be founded. acutccl SeuuC The Anderson College Band under the efficient leadership of Charles Stanley, student director, has done much this year to spur the college’s athletic teams to victory. First row: Dona Belle Anglin, Gordon Gustin, Clarys Sergeant, Jack Mennox, Doris Klaassen. Second row: Bob Bailey, Kathy Snider, Marilyn Stanley, Lois Stephenson, Joe O ' Malley, Kirk Hise, Third row: Charles Stanley, director; Shirley Guthrie, Dona Cook, Frank Curtis. The Women’s Glee Club, the latest musical organization on the campus, is made up of approximately twenty-five girls. Its objective is to give further op¬ portunity to those girls who are inter¬ ested in performing with a musical organ¬ ization. Each semester’s work brings a study and performance of a varied rep¬ ertory of choral music. It‘is the intention of the club to be¬ come familiar with musical works that are old and new in both sacred and secu¬ lar fields. Music of a high caliber, dating from the era of J. S. Bach to some of our most contemporary composers, is per¬ formed. Women’s chorus has frequent opportunities to perform in chapel, for business and social organizations, and in all school concerts and festivals. Chorus members are selected by personal audi¬ tion. Mr. Ross Ekstrom is the organizer and conductor. ( Cee ic(S First row: Dorothy Hardin, Helen Frost, Evelyn Allen, Helen Watson, Wanda Betts, Rowenna Dodge, Bethea Kidd, Ross Ekstrom, director. Second row: Leta Eiler, Loretta Duff, Roseann Beckerman, Betty Jane Zumwalt, Lou Breitweiser, Jane Pugh, Romajean Ringle. Third row: Alta Grose, Frankie Watson, Dot Spangler, Bobbie German, Elzada Herring, Juanita Howell, Beth Batdorf, Kathy Marsh. oUefc First row: Florence Shotwell, Joyce Hodges, Nancy Turner, Barbara Best, Loretta Ratzlaff, Carolyn Tunnell, Clella Fleenor, Rowenna Dodge. Second row: Betty Walker, Barbara Marshall, Lois Ver¬ million, Marilyn Stanley, Bettie Brady, Lois Stephenson, Rbth Foster, Eveleen Shriner. Third row: Clarys Sergeant, Roseann Beckerman, William Arthur, Andy C. Erish, Andrew Bugg, Charles Stanley, Gus Miller, Robert Carriker, Oral Withrow. Fourth row: Glen Bevis, Robert Smith, Robert Fogli, Gordon Gustin, Wayne Harting, Paul Kirkpatrick, Leroy Fulton, Tom Kurtz, Daniel Harger, Neil Shriner. The Anderson College Choir carried on the traditions of previous years by making frequent appearances in Chapel and singing at several all-school functions. The high point of the year undoubtedly was the spring tour ot five eastern states. The warmth of reception accorded the choir by the host congregations, together with the strong bonds of Christian fellowship felt within the choir, made the tour a memorable one. The year’s activities were climaxed with the traditional singing of " A Mighty Fortress Is Our God” at the commencement exercises, and the presentation of the tour program two times during International Camp Meeting which followed. •i . Mmm good More home cooking First row: Wayne Harting, Velma Van Hoose, Feme Ed¬ wards, Dr. Deubach. Second row: Iona Blevins, Louise Johnson, Lucille Willowby, Elaine Harper, Malcolm Gress- man. Dedicated to encourage fellowship among English faculty and students studying in that field, the Iota j Epsilon Chapter of the national professional English i honorary society Sigma Tau Delta has supplied j numerous stimuli for the student toward helping him ! understand and appreciate literature to a greater extent. M embership is granted to students after they ' have completed the requirements of the national | office, including attainment in scholarship, interest | and achievement in literature, and creative endeavor. I I Sigma Zeta is a national honorary society which has as its purpose the stimulation of interests in the field of science. High scholastic attainments and ex¬ ceptional leadership are the major requirements for admission into the society. i J 1 First row: Marie Mayo, Zelpha Hurlbut, Gloria Olive, Dr. Buehler. Second row: Paul Ward, Reba Taylor, Joan Rob¬ ertson, Buddy Snelling, Janet Myers, Tames McFarling. LEROY FULTON Soccetcf ' The Honor Society of Anderson College, organ¬ ized as a model chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, first appeared in 1947 to give special recognition to students who excel in academic fields. The purpose of the Anderson College Honor Society is threefold: to promote (1) regard for scholarship and the prin¬ ciples of integrity on which scholarship depends, (2) discriminating cultural interest and appreciation, and (3) an awareness of significant events and move¬ ments of the age in which we live. The highest recognition the amateur thespian can receive is to be admitted to Alpha Psi Omega, the national honorary dramatic society. Admission is open to those students who have satisfactory scholar¬ ship plus active participation in both the acting and production phases of college dramatics. The Ander¬ son College chapter, the Lambda Theta cast, was organized in the spring of 1948. V«v.. . M M First row: Robert N. Smith, Barbara McDonald, Charles Hawkins, Malcolm Gressman, adviser. Second row: Mary Helms, Donald Pickett, Cathy Bailey, Dwight Dye, Nancy Polglaze, Richard Maness, Nellie Abell, Eddie Downey, Lucille Willowby. 7e» TiKited eCcU£o t4. The International Relations Club is an organization of persons interested in the study and discussion of international problems and the promotion of peace. The club was organized in the fall of 1945, mainly through the efforts of the Social Science Department. In December, 1945, the organization was chartered by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. The most important of sev¬ eral projects sponsored by the club was the Model United Nations, held on the campus, March 17, for students of the high schools of Madison County and other near-by schools. cctccne yff First row: Harold Stradtner, president; Arthur Dye, Barbara Williams, Betty Wallis, corresponding secretary; Prof. Harold Linamen, Prof. Mary Lou Barr, Prof. Glenn Falls, advisers; Pat Gooch, recording secretary; Bill Perry, publicity manager; Lee Wilson, vice president. Second row: Don Hoover, Bob Hamel, Marian Harger, Nellie Rogers, Imogene Radaker, Kathryn Kresge, Theda Barrows, Mary Jane Rearick, Glenna Kennedy, Phyllis Hechinger, Gene Chandler, Warren Popp. Third row: Iwao Shino, Elwin Norris, Duane McCullough, Oakley Osborne, Bill Caylor, George McGillen, Myron Myers, Paul Hunter, treasurer; Tom Pierce, club reporter; Rob Car- riker , Jim Foreman, Loren Frendt, Ray Mesecher, Rennie Jack. Fourth row: Hal Counts, Bobby Oliver, Walt Sempsrott, Rob¬ ert Clark, Gordon Reitz, Keith Kissinger, Ronald McKnight, Carl Henderson, chaplain; Lee Hill, Paul Kimble. The FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) was organized on our campus four years ago with chapter members totaling forty persons. This year the organization had a membership of approximately sixty-five students. This membership count did not include those many persons interested in FBLA but who could not be members, i.e., businessmen of the downtown area and students who were business minded but who had other predominate interests. The purpose of FBLA is two-fold: (1) to promote better business practices for business students, and (2) to further the growth and development of the relationship between Anderson College and the downtown Anderson businessmen. During this year FBLA has accomplished a number of activities. Among them have been the tours through Guide Lamp Division of General Motors, Anderson, Ind.; National Cash Register Co., Dayton, Ohio; and the Eli Lily Pharmaceutic Plant, Indian¬ apolis, Ind. Other accomplishments have been centered around the academic aspect of the business department. These have been the institution of the night school course (Federal Income Tax) which receives regular college credit and the apprenticeships with various business firms in Anderson. The apprenticeships involve actual work in some business position—management, accounting, etc.—and give college credit. ' Inn First row: Wanda Cottrell, Lorene Williams, Jean Vanderpool, Imogene Fraysur, Eddie Downey, vice president; Nancy Pol- glaze, recording secretary; Donald Pickett, business manager; Ruth Phile, corresponding secretary; Charles Hawkins, presi¬ dent; Mary Helms, Professor Gressman, adviser; Ethel Camp¬ bell. Second row; Helen Watson, Dot Spangler, Alta Crose, Jolene Weeks, Marie Parkerson, Delta Farmer, Norma Salyer, Dottie Carr, Shirley Chapman, Hester Click, Cathy Bailey, Nellie Abell, Mary Cullison, Mary Fortner. Third row: NX ' ar- ren Pope, Aaron Aubuchon, Bob Carriker, Rowenna Dodge, Evelyn Allen, Jeanette Pylate, LaVonne Hales, Donna Cook, Gini Lou Donaldson, Dolores Tate. Jean White, Edna Bentley. Fourth row: Bill Barker, Leonard Brown, Arnold DeYoung, Tom Kurtz, Ray Price, Ralph Hatch, Don Ziegenbusch, Bud Swartz, Claude Turner, Mark Ehman, Bob Farlow. The Dramatics Club was the largest club on the campus this year with a membership of over 100 students. The club has as its purpose the stimula¬ tion and cultivation of an interest in dramatics among the students. The club kept busy socially with a Christmas party, a treasure hunt, and other various informal activities. The Dramatics Club sponsored two all-school plays this year. During the first semester, it presented " The Winslow Boy’’ and in the spring the annual " TOUR’’ play was taken through the Middle-West. This was indeed an active year for the Dramatics Club. ' And I lost my hat again” " Tell me, did you do it?” " And did you sign his name?” I oun- “Ptcuf ScCettce The Science Club is composed of stu¬ dents who have an active interest in the field of science. For several years the Club sponsored Science Day for high- school juniors and seniors. This has proved to be a worthy project. Each year the Club sponsors field trips to various places of interest, including always a trip to the Museum of Science and Industry, Aquarium, and Planetarium in Chicago. irk ' [ L , 1 1 ' nK First row: Dorothy Hardin, Miss Hurlbut, adviser; Wanda McIntyre, Helen Whit¬ aker, Dorothy Speagle, Elizabeth Germany, Barbara Best, Mary Ebersole, secretary- treasurer; Paul Ward, president; Jim Farling, vice president. Second row: Darlene Detwiler, Ruth Kilpatrick, Marilyn Burdette, Dorothy Spangler, Mary Kindig, Margie Rhodes, Janet Schrader, Barbara Marshall, Ruth Foster. Third row: Elberta Ebersole, Lois Ward, Beverly Barton, Adeline Friesen, Margaret Causby. Fourth row: Phyllis Nichols, Joan Westfall, Leta Rose Beavers, Gladys Bannister. Fifth row: Don Buckley, Earl Dyer, Charles Neilson, LaVonne Knox, Barbara Norton Ruth Crottinger, Loren Smith, Arthur Lumm. Sixth row: Gibb Webber, Paul Kirk Patrick, Ellis Giering, Keith Gray, Tom Kurtz, Gene Derrico, Duke Ellis. ' - ' A. ' 1 F ■ jU E|.a I First row: Glen Carte, Glenna Kennedy, Shirley Chapman, Rowenna Dodge, Janice Safford, Jerry Blevins, president. Second row: Jim Lewis, Bob Culp, vice president; Nellie Rogers, Alta Ruth Crose, Dorothy Spangler, Glen Cantrell, Bob Routt, Dan Greathouse, David Yamada. The purpose of the French Club is to encourage the study of French customs and to converse in French. Anyone inter¬ ested in French is invited to participate in the Club’s activities. Each year the Club sponsors a film production of some French Classic. f i I I Students interested in the arts can further develop their talents through the activities of the Anderson College Fine Arts Club. Group trips to museums, art studios, and exhibits help to promote art interest on the campus. Each spring the Fine Arts Club sponsors an exhibit of student work in the main lobby. The club activities are aimed at encouraging students to express and develop their artistic talents. First row: Alan McNeely, Walter Kane, Wanda Betts, Blanche De Young, Jean White, Alice Hatmaker, Rowenna Dodge, Robert Medlin. Second row: Russell Smith, Loren Smith, Aaron Aubuchon, Dave Beach, Nelda Lichtenhahn, Eddie Downey, Frank Watts, Professor Byrum. t A group of students who were inter¬ ested in stimulating the appreciation of good music on the college campus banded together under the sponsorship of Pro¬ fessor Ross Ekstrom to form a music in¬ terest club. Attracting those persons who were interested in music not only as per¬ formers, but also as listeners. Two important Chromatic Club proj¬ ects occur each year. One of these is an all musical public performance given at the gymnasium, and the other is the pre¬ sentation of awards to the graduating seniors, who in the estimation of the club members have done the most to promote the interest and growth of fine music on the campus of Anderson College. First row: Nancy Turner, Rowenna Dodge, Helen Frost, Elda Norris, Loretta Duff, Bill Arthur, vice president; Betty Walker, secretary-treasurer; Joyce Hodges, presi¬ dent; Kathy Snyder. Second row: Roseann Beckerman, Helen Watson, Barbara Best, Robert Carriker, Mary Kinser, Clarys Seargeant, Frankie Watson, Eunice Collias, Elaine Moore. Third row: Casey Malispine, Paul Kirkpatrick, Donna Cook, Wanda Betts. First row; Robert Lee, Norman Beard, Lowell Hunt, Fred Menchinger, Bob Deal, Jim I Royster, Jerry Egelston, Russ Smith, Fred Beeman, Loren Frendt, Jack Howell. Second row: Bob Moss, Ronald Patty, Jim Taylor, Paul Ward, Omer Blevins, Bob Freeman, Warren Gourley, Elbert Jones, Bob Stierwalt, Ken Kardatzke, Rod Whhalon, Bill Wright. The Women’s Student Government Association is an organization of all the women students on the campus. Its purpose is " to be helpful to every woman student in making her adjustments in college and in attaining the goals of ideal womanhood.” One of its major activities is the planning of an all-school formal. The Men’s Committee was organized in the fall of 1951 under the Student Council. It plans an annual formal and deals " with disciplinary problems of the men when such are referred to it.” The Future Teachers of America was organized on our campus in April of 1952. The forty-two members of the or¬ ganization have profited this year from their participation in field trips to the Twenty-Ninth Street School in Anderson, to the School for the Blind in Indianap¬ olis, and to Ball State Teachers College in Muncie. First row: Fern Edwards, Marie Kufeldt, Wanda Betts, Lois Vermillion, Mary Jorden, Nadine Holliman, Betty Lightcap, Kathy Snider, Eunice Collias, Billie Jean Meade, Nancy Polglaze. Second row: Joanne Kellogg, Mary Helms, Gladys Ban¬ nister, president; Ruthie Mae Smith, Ereda LaFoe, Ruth Kilpatrick, Gerry Olsen, Elberta Ebersole, secretary-treasurer; Barbara Bixler, Wanita Cousins, Iona Blevins, Erna Wesner. Third row; Elvin Davis, Gilbert Fritzler, Dave Cox, David Beach. J First row: Donald Buckley, Don Francis, Jerry Blevins, vice president; Ronald Crump, Donald Ziegenbusch, Donald Adair, Mark Ehman, Gunner Troxel, Ronald Fair. Second row; Ron¬ ald Jack, Tom Nelson, Millard Knapp, secretary-treasurer; Ar¬ thur Lumm, Dale Parlette, Gene Moses, Ronald Bowman, Ray Price, Loren Smith, Tom Kurtz, president. m sfi M ' 1 -•SX First row; Mary Kindig, Betty Bowen, Edna Bentley, Elda Norris, president; Vera Lybarger, Jeanette Pylate, Dorothy Carr, Annalee Topper, Jolene Weeks, Janet Shroeder, Kathy Snider, Leta Beavers. Second row: Jean Mowrer, Hester Click, Shirley Shepherd, treasurer; Helen Frost, Norma England, Lois Brofford, Roxie Green, Ethel Campbell, Marie Parkinsen, Norma Jean Salyer, Delta Farmer, Adaline Friesen, Loretta Duff, secretary. Third row: Pat Lienniger, Leta Filer, Ronda Conaway, Freda Myers, Gay Childers, Bobbie Germany, Conna Cook, vice president; Beth Batdorf, Ruth Stevenson, Jeanie Pugh, Shirley Moshier, Sharon Brown, Alice Eldridge, Virginia Donaldson. “Pefi First row: Janet Long, Lois Vermillion, Betty Lightcap, Blanche DeYoung, Beth Williams, Freda LaFoe, Fern Ed¬ wards, vice president; Ruth Phile, Wanda Mclntire, Barbara McDonald, president; Mary Jordan, treasurer. Second row: Evelyn Sickle, Eveleen Shriner, Jean Shrock, Barbara Norton, Joanne Kroll, Eunice Collias, Ruth Foster, Clella Fleenor, Lois Ward, Barbara Best, Alice Hatmaker. Third row: Lenora Lewis, Wanda Cousins, Wanda Hand, secretary; Lavone O’Neal, Erna Wessner, Ruth Kilpatrick, Twila Barkerstock, Janice Safford, Joyce Reynolds, Margaret Causby, Betty Sue Keasler. The Pep Club and school spirit are considered synonymous words around Anderson College. PEP stands for Christian Personality, Education, and Progress. Founded in 1934, the Pep Club has the honor of being the first club on A.C. Campus. An outstanding feature of the club is its all-girl choir which enriches many programs with inspirational singing. Pepsters sang at many revivals, the Marion Veterans Hospital, and Camp Atterbury, besides sponsoring an all-school skating party and furnishing printed programs for the football and basketball games. The year’s highlights were the formal and the annual original musical presented in the spring. First row: Ernie Rangazaz, adviser; Glenn Graham, secretary; Jim Cuneo, treasurer; Dave Ryner, Edison White, Dale Grubbs, chap¬ lain; Charles Armstrong, Paul Freeland, Bill Perry, Richard Mock. Second row: Clifford McDaniel, Bob Chapman, Herbert Schuum, Harold Scott, president; John Snyder, Rodney Whalen, James McFarling, Richard Stanton, Franklin Beaird, Richard Chandler, vice president. Projects to promote the four C’s of the JVC Club—the Church, the College, the Coun¬ try and the Club—are a major portion of the club’s activities. Opportunities are given to the individual members to develop leadership ability through work on these projects and programs. This year the IVC Club presented the play, " We Live Again,” and for the first time it presented a free-throw trophy to the basketball player with the highest free-throw shooting average in regular season play. ;4KdcUOK Due to Camera repairs Sachem all-school pictures are not available. (cc6- First row: Dave Williams, Robert E. Smith, Rosser Nalls, " Butch” Williams, Glenn Bevis, president. Second row: Paul Ward, Charles Schneider, Howard Russell, David Yamada, Lester Alexander. Third row: " Tyke” Patty, Fred Menchinger, Don Pickett, Morton Hamblin, Paul Kimble, Bill Wright, secretary; Richard Lau. Fourth row: Duke Ellis, Richie Brown, Dan Jerni- gan, Don Vaughn, treasurer; James Merzouk, Robert Deal, Wil¬ liam Westlake. Fifth row: Lee Hill, Lowell Hunt, James Eakman, Elvin Davis, Perry Hensley, chaplain; Glenn Falls, adviser; Charles Moore. Sixth row: Paul Carder, Kirk Hise, Joe Didier, Bucky Snyder. " A man’s mind plans his way, but the Lord directs his steps.” Members of the Sachem Club, a group of men striving always to new goals in the fields of religion and campus activity, are truly men whose lives are being formed and directed by their Lord. Sachem is an Indian word for leader, and Sachem Club members have been leaders in creating and maintaining school spirit. Demonstrating their leadership, the Sachems award a scholarship each year to some worthy high school graduate who has planned a life of service to God and mankind. President Gorden Howe presents grand winner Kathy Marsh with Trophy Other winners are Elda Norris and Green Hankerson. First row: Gordon Howe, president; Prof. Burt Goody, ad¬ viser; Jerry Egelston, Gene Derrico, Nolan Younkman, Charles Hawkins, Aaron Aubuchon, Bob Hamel, Charles Nielson, Ray Mesecher, Glenn Ferguson, Ronald Young, Hal Counts. Second row: Don Lau, Forrest Shaffer, Paul Riddle, Edward Schweikert, Bob Sprague, Carl Nisbet, Tom Pierce, treasurer; Gerald Johnson, Allen McNeeley, Jim Taylor, Ronald South, Jack Duff, Olin Matthews, Paul Kirkpatrick, vice president; Norris Thompson, secretary; Randall Peacock, George McGillen, Jim Royster, Eddie Downey, John Franks, Jim Vines, Ellis Giering, Arthur Dye, Omer Blevins. A threefold purpose, illustrated by the triangular emblem, is embodied in the Triad Club. The three points pertain to religious, academic, and social activities of college life. An original all-school amateur hour, morning prayer meetings, week-end evangelistic trips, and an all-school program were contributions made to campus life by the Triad Club. Outside this realm, the club has also contributed directly to the church-at-large by supplying it with outstanding youth leaders in the fields of religion, athletics, and edu¬ cation. Cihu Club (3iAec ( CctS First row: Miss Florence Eggert, adviser; Bettye Jo Lenon, Jeannette McClurg, Rheba Taylor, Mary Ebersole, Pat Adair, Gerry Olson, Clarys Sergeant, Mary Parker, Elaine Moore. Second row: Gertrude Davis, Betty Walker, Mary Jones, secretary; Roseann Beckerman, Wanda Betts, vice president; Dorothy Hardin, president; Ruthie Mae Smith, Elberta Eb¬ ersole, Gladys Bannister, Nadine Holliman, Mary Cullison, treasurer; Marie Kufeldt. " Can I Help You?” may be heard coming from all corners of the campus. The Cihu’s carry this motto wherever they go, even around the world as many of the members have gone out into the service of God. The Club also sponsors a missionary project each year. Although the Cihu Club is a young club on the campus, it has many activities. It pre¬ sented a play, sponsored an all-school skating party and co-sponsored the Memorial Day picnic. The Cihu spirit can best be presented through the words of its hymn: " Oh, CIHU says, Can I Help You?’ Be this our motto true. We’ll serve our fellowmen always. Our love to Christ renew. Let all who this our slogan choose Be faithful true Cihus, To love and help someone each day And always think, ' Can I Help You? ' " First row: Velma Van Hoose, Mary Helms, secretary; Carolyn Burchett, Earlene Neill, Jean Vanderpool, Pansy Thompson, Eleanor Abell, Janet Myers, Joan Robertson, Marilyn Stanley, Theda Johnson Barrows, Second row: Shirley Squires, Doris In¬ gram, Ruby Eighty, Evelyn Allen, Rowenna Dodge, Roberta Eighty, Betty Gobble, Dorothy Rider, Carolyn Tunnell, Joyce Hodges, Garnetta Eash, treasurer; Eavonne Hales. Third row: Ross Ekstrom, adviser; Veneta Collins, vice president; Mary Kin- ser, Iona Blevins, historian; Phyllis Bard, Betty Wallis, Nancy Schroeder, Elaine DeKraker, Marvel Carey, Eorene Williams, Eois Denny. The Camarada Club was organized in 1942 to help satisfy a need which was evident among the women of the College for another social club. The Club has worked to fulfill this need by extending to its members and other students a hand of fellowship , and service This year the Club, in an effort to continue this attitude, has sponsored an all-schooL skating party, the all-school Christmas caroling party, a CARE carnival to raise money to help with flood relief in the Netherlands, the operetta, Ha 7 isel afid Gretel, and a freshman breakfast hike. First row: Lovell Sorrell, Dave Beach, Bob Farlow, Chuck Stan¬ ley, Eugene Slack, Dick Ogle, Norman Beard, Harold Stradtner, David Lynch, Joby Taylor, Bob Smith, president. Second row: Arnold DeYoung, Dave Cox, Gordon Gudtin, Clyde Watson, Ted Cooke, Don Weber, Gilbert Fritzler, Eddie Jones, Bud Snelling, Sherrill Hayes. On steps: Bob Moss, Russell Smith, Dusty Dye, Bob Russell, Arlo Anderson, Bob Riggs, secretary; Elbert Jones, vice president; Paul Outz, Neil Shriner, James Creamer, Dean Flora, Adrian Shoemaker, Bill Arthur, Gib Weber, Guy Neil, Jim Williams, Lee Preston, Ralph Hatch, Bill Upton. The purposes of the Booster Club include the promotion of Christian character in the students, a collegiate spirit on the campus, and service to our church. The club has as its emblem the fleur-de-lis, symbolizing loyalty to a cause, and a cross, symbolizing strength, on the background of a shield. Activities of the year included " American Tribute,” an all-school musical program. State Stunt Night, and an all-night prayer vigil. With a successful year past, the club looks forward to a future of increased service. Stecdmt T u6£tccUcoH Jack Howell Jerry Egelston Wayne Davidson RICHARD BROWN JACK HOWELL i I i Millie Schweikert, Nellie Rogers, Romajeam Ringle, Mary Ann Hinkle, Lois Denny, Coach Nancy Clampitt, Wanda Hant, Sharon Brown, Donna Cook, Clarice Ratzlaff. Other players not pictured: Darlene Detwiler, Joan Kellogg, Lenora Lewis, Shirley Miller, Evelyn Sickal, and Pansy Thompson. 1 High Point player Winners Clarys Sergant and Norris Thomson Champions Eddie Downey, Clarice Ratzlaff, Norris Thomson, Clarys Sergant, and Pansy Thompson. -4s ' Richard Daudert, Paul Riddle, Omer Blevins, Paul Ward, Norris Thomson, Coach Wysong, Dan Harger. Gilbert Fritzler, Lowell Hunt, Norman Beard, Jim Royster, Fred Menchinger. Janet Long Rosie Carr Iona Blevins Cathy Bailey Future Anderson College students Outstanding Music Student Charles Standley Receive Syford Poetry Prize Jerry Egelston—First Prize O. er- ' O, ' O J aiJcs Recen Glen Bevis j ' ropky ctHCm icuiCC VALERA NOTLEY HOUSE Her friendly help to the students who met her in the library, where she worked as cataloguer, is remembered in the hearts of those who knew her. ROBERT H. REARDON, B.D., S.T.M. Assistant to the President, Instructor in Religious Education and Applied Theology. ADAM W. MILLER, A.M., D.D. Head Men’s Counselor, Professor of New Testament. VILA DEUBACH, Ph.D. Director of Student Personnel, Pro¬ fessor of English. NANCY OSBORNE, Ph.D. Head Women’s Counselor, Professor of French. ANNA E. KOGLIN, AM. Professor of German. CECIL H. HARTSELLE, Mus.M. Professor of Piano, Theory, and Voice. LOUISE C. JOHNSON, M.S. Registrar WALTER S. HALDEMAN, B.D., M.S. Professor of Religious Education. WILMA E. PONDER, A.M. Librarian CARL H. KARDATZKE, Ph.D. Professor of Education C. L. EDWARDS Comptroller HELEN HOLTON,. A.B. Director of Admissions, Co-ordina- tor of Veterans Affairs. PAUL BREITWEISER, Mus.M. Professor of Piano and Theory of Music. CANDACE STONE, Ph.D. Professor of Social Science. INGYR MARIE LIEN, Mus.M. Associate Professor of Applied Music. RALPH NOYER, Ph.D. Visiting Professor of Education and Humanities. LEWIS A. HENNIGAR, Ph.D. Associate Profes ' sor of Philosophy and Psychology. MATTHIAS NOLCOX, Ed.M. Visiting Professor of Education. JOHN A. BUEHLER, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Chemistry. JOHN 1. OWEN, Ph.D. Associate Professor of English. ROBERT A. NICHOLSON, A.M. Assistant Professor of Theory of Music and Music Education. MARY LOU BARR, A.M. Assistant Professor of Business. RUTHVEN HOLMES B Y R U M, A.B. Assistant Professor of Art. ELORENCE ORR, A.M. Assistant Professor of English. VA LOROUS B. CLEAR, A.B. Assistant to the Head Counselor; Assistant Professor of Social Science. ZYLPHA D. HURLBUT, A.M. Assistant Professor of Biology. LEONA B. NELSON, A.M. Assistant Professor of Social Science. LUCILE WILLOWBY, A.M. Assistant Professor of English. ROBERT GLENN FALLS, M.B.A., C.P.A. Instructor in Business. JOHN O. CARRINGTON, A.M. Assistant Professor of History. NANCY CLAMPITT, M.S. Instructor in Physical Education. FLORENCE JEAN EGGERT, A.M. Instructor in Spanish. BURT E. GOODY, B.D., M.S. Instructor in Bible. HAROLD F. LINAMEN, M.S. Instructor in Business. MARIE JOINER MAYO, M.S. Instructor in Biology. ELAINE HARPER, A.M. Instructor in English. MARIE STRONG, B.S. Instructor in Bible. GLORIA OLIVE, A.M. Instructor in Mathematics and Phys¬ ics. ROSS EKSTROM, Mus.M. Instructor in Applied Music. JAMES P. BROSNAN, B.S. Acting Assistant Instructor in Physi¬ cal Education. ERNEST P. RANGAZAS, M. S., P.E. Dir. Instructor in Physical Education. TREVA ABELL GRESSMAN, B.S. in Home Economics Assistant Instructor in Home Eco¬ nomics. MALCOLM GRESSMAN, A.M. Acting Instructor in English and Speech. JEAN L. HOLT, A.M. S. Instructor in Library Science. I I HELEN CRAIG, A.M. Lecturer in Art. PAUL EDGAR WILLIAMS, A.B., B.D. Lecturer in Greek. I i JOHN H. KANE, Th.B. Executive Secretary, Alumni Associa¬ tion. VAUGHN PETTIGREW, B.S. Lecturer in Physical Education. W. SHIRELL FOX, A.M. Director of Publicity. JUANITA LEONARD, B.S. Lecturer in Physical Education. BEULAH WOODS, R.N., A.B. School Nurse. DAVID R. TROUTMAN Chief Accountant. JEAN SNYDER Secretary to the Dean. LUCILLE STRAWN, B.S. Assistant to Registrar. ELWOOD PHILLIPS Book Store Manager. JEAN OSBORNE Office Manager of Student Person¬ nel. CHASE STIERS Maintenance Manager. THOMAS M. RAMSEY Eield Representative. Faculty and Staff not pictured LEOLA FORD, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Biology. JOHN WYSONG, A.M. Acting Instructor in English. HENRY W. LOEPP, A.M. Lecturer in Psychology. JOHN R. ASHCRAFT, M.D. Director of Health and Attending Physician. EARL C. GREER Dining Hall Manager. CHARLES FREDERICK GAUS, J. D. Lecturer in Political Science. through the 1. Come on in window. 2. Being informal after a for¬ mal. 3. Bring the young’uns to our party. 4. Eat up! Not raining indoors. 5. Grandma and the wolves. 6. Look what Santa left us! 7. Food and fellowship. 8. Twin tunes. 9. Together with Christ at Easter. • • -• 1 f- R ■ ■ t " f 1 J L ■■■ - ■■■ ♦ » 1 GRADUATE School of THEOLOGY GENE W. NEWBERRY, Ph.D. Theology. A.B., Th.B., EARL L. MARTIN, Th.B., A.M., D.D. Dean of School of Theology, Department of Theology. HAROLD L. PHILLIPS, A.B., Th.B., B.D. Preaching. JOHN W. V. SMITH, A.B Ph.D. pending. Church History. T. ERANKLIN MILLER, A.B., B.D. Religious Education. M.A., Other Members of the Vacuity ROBERT H. REARDON, A.B., B.D., ROBERT A. NICHOLSON, A.M., S.T.M. Ph.D. pending. The Pastoral Ministry. Church Music. ADAM W. MILLER, A.B., A.M., D.D. Biblical Literature Chairman of Adminis¬ trative Committee. pOut (i adcuttin “Pfia- eA an First row; Dr. Gene Newberry, Kenneth Prunty, George Kufeldt, Dean Earl L. Martin, Lynn Smith, Dr. John W. V. Smith. Second row: Charles Alford, John Holeman, Jerry Harmon, Wilber Qualman. Se tool 0 ■s ' iM ' ir. - I ‘ vi:j j! ' nV Setter Ccu O iee C: v;£V -» ' ! Neil Shriner .. president Hubert Murray . vice president Blanche De Young . secretary-treasurer Treva Gressman . adviser Eleanor Abell, A.B. Frank Bennett, A.B. Omer Blevins, Jr. Alberta, Canada Curwensville, Pennsylvania Middletown, Ohio Camarada Club 3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3. 4; Who’s Who. Gladys Bannister, B.S. Erie, Pennsylvania Cihu Club 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; FTA 3, President 4. Glen Bevis, B.S. Cincinnati, Ohio Sachem Club 2, 3, President 4; Baseball 1; Fine Arts Club 2; Science Club 2; A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Chromatic Club 4, President 3; Ministerial Fellowship 4; Who ' s Who. Carolyn Carmichael Burchett West Point, Georgia Marvel Freeby Carey Samuel Cornelius Long Beach, California Kansas City, Missouri Triad Club 3, 4; Andersonian Staff 1, 2; Base¬ ball 2, All-Conference 3, 4; IRC 1, 2. Rosella Whitehead Carr Princeton, Indiana Cihu Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club 1; Soeurettes 1; Student Volunteers, Secretary-Treasurer 2. Jerry Carey South Whitley, Indiana Jane Bradford, A.B. Decatur, Alabama Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Dramat¬ ics Club 1, 2; Soeurettes 1; Andersonian Staff 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Vice Presi¬ dent; IRC 3; Fine Arts Club 3; Green Inkers 3; Student Council 4; Chair¬ man Religious Life Com¬ mittee 3. James Creamer Pasadena, Maryland Mary Cullison, B.Th. Louisville, Illinois Cihu Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Dramatics Club 4. David Cox Owatonna, Minnesota Joseph Didier, A.B. Los Angeles, California Sachem Club 3, 4. Eddie Downey New Sharon, Iowa Elvin Davis, B.S. Eustis, Florida Sachem Club 3, 4; IRC 1; Men’s Glee Club 1; FTA 3, 4. Gertrude Davis, B.S. Apollo, Pennsylvania Cihu Club 2, 3, 4; Easterners’ Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3; IRC 4; Soeurettes 1, Robert Deal, A.B. Hickory, North Carolina Sachem Club 2, Secretary 3, Historian 4; Stu¬ dent Council 1, 2; French Club 2; Science Club 3, 4; A Club 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Conference All-Stars, Most Valuable Player 3; Ministerial Fellowship 4. Blanche De Young Almena, Kansas SeKca% Arthur Dye, B.S. Lebanon, Indiana Triad Club 2. 3. 4; IRC 1, 2, 3. 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FBLA Club 2, Vice President 3, President 4. Dwight Dye, A.B. Anderson, Indiana Booster Club 1, Secretary 3, 4; Green Knights 1; Men ' s Glee Club 1; Debate Team 1; Dra¬ matics Club 1, 2, 3; Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4; Easterners’ Club 1, 2, 3; Ministerial Fellow¬ ship 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2. Glen Ferguson, A.B. Elkhart, Kansas Triad Club 3, 4; Mir isterial Fellowship 1, Secretary-Treasurer 2, 3, 4. Gerald Egelston, A.B. Middletown, Ohio Triad Club 2, 3, 4; Freshman Class President; Student Council 1, Secretary 4; Green Knights 1; Green Inkers 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; A Club 2, 3, 4; Andersonian Staff 2; Baseball 3, 4; Alaska Club, Secretary 3; Syford Poetry Award 2. Elbert Ebersole Defiance, Ohio Leroy Fulton, A.B. Leidy Greiser, A.B. Morton Hamblin, A.B. Daytona Beach, Florida Hatfield, Pennsylvania Hamilton, Ohio Booster Club 2, 3, President 4; Science Club 1, 2; IRC 1, 2, Treasurer 3, 4; Green Knights 1; Men’s Assembly, Secretary-Treasurer 2; Stu¬ dent Council 3, 4; Honor Society, Secretary 3, President 4; Who’s Who. Triad Club 2, Chaplain 3, 4; Ministerial Fel¬ lowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Easterner’s Club 1, 2, Treasurer 3, President 4. Triad Club Warren Gourley, A.B. Anderson, Indiana Booster Club 2, 3, 4; Freshman and Junior Class President; Green Knights 1; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; A Club, Vice President 2, 3, 4; Student Co uncil 1, 2, 3, Vice President 4. Gordon Gustin Osgood, Indiana Robert Freemen B.S. Indianapolis, Indiana Booster Club 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; A Club Vice President 3, 4. Ralph Hatch Erie, Pennsylvania Charles Hawkins, A.B. Indianapolis, Indiana Triad Club 2, 3, 5, President 4; Charter Presi¬ dent Green Knights 1; Dramatics Club 1, Vice President 2, President 5; Alpha Psi Omega, President 3, 4, 5; Cross Country 1, 3; Football 4, 5; IRC 3; Spanish Club 3; Student Council Secretary 3, 4; Andersonian Staff 4; Forensic Club 4; Ministerial Fellowship 3, 4, 5; Student Volunteers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Wayne Harting A.B. Greenfield, Indiana Triad Club 2, 3, 4; Stu¬ dent Council President 4; Director Model UN 2. 3; IRC 1, Vice President 2, 3, 4; Sigma Tau Delta 3, Vice President 4; Who ' s Who; Chairman Fritzlar Friends 4; A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Minis¬ terial Fellowship 1, 2, 4; French Club 1; Science Club 1, 2, 4. Perry Hensley, B.Th. Daleville, Indiana Sachem Club 3, Chaplain 4; Ministerial Fel¬ lowship 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4. Nadine Holliman, B.S. Riverton, Iowa Cihu Club 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2; Stu¬ dent Volunteers 2, 3, 4; FTA 3, 4. Gordon Howe Erie, Pennsylvania Jackie Howell, B.S. Lapel, Indiana Booster Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 1; Green Knights 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Class Vice President; A Club 2, 3, President 4. Lowell Hunt, B.Th. Hamilton, Ohio Sachem Club 2, President 3, 4; IRC 1, 2, 3, 4; Ministerial Fellowship 1, 2, 3, President 4; Green Knights 1; Student Council 3; Stu¬ dent Volunteers 1; Athletic Committee 4; Golf Team 2, 3, 4; A Club 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who. Ethel Jeffcoat, B.S. Forkville, Mississippi Camarada Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4; Literary Club 1. SeKC(n Elbert Jones, A p Fort Meade, Florida Booster Club 2, 3. Vice President 4; Mixed Chorus 2; Ministerial Fellowship 2, 3, 4; Stu dent Council 3; Cross Country 2; Football 4 Track 3; A Club 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who. Mary Jordan, B.S. Greentown, Ohio Pep Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Soeurettes 1 FTA 3, 4. Aubrey Kendall, A.B. Wesi Point, Kentucky Triad Club 2, 3, 4; Who.’s Who; Echoes Staff 1, 2; Student Council 3; IRC 1, 2, 3, President 4. Mary Jones, B.S. Fort Meade, Florida Cihu Club 3, Secretary 4. Kenneth Kardatzke, B.S. Elmore, Ohio Sachem Club 2, 3, 4; IRC 1; Track 1; Foot¬ ball 2, 3, 4; A Club 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Echoes Staff 3. Freda LaFoe Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Roberta Eighty Satanta, Kansas Janet Long Anderson, Indiana Garnetta Lash, B.S. Aaron Long Wheeling, West Virginia Charleston, West Virginia Camarada Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Dramatics Club 1; Student Volunteers 1, 2; French Club 2; Science Club 3. Colleen Morgan Koenig, B.S. Royal Oak, Michigan Pep Club, Secretary-Treas¬ urer 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 1; IRC 1, Student Council 1, Social Chairman 3; Sci¬ ence Club 3; Homecoming Queen’s Court 1, 2; State Stunt Night Queen 2; Chairman May Day Fes¬ tival Committee 2, 3, 4; Andersonian Staff 1, 2. James McFarling B.S. Wolsey, South Dakota IV-C Club 3, 4; Sigma Zeta 3, 4; Science- Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4. Earlene Neill, A.B. Detroit, Michigan Camarada Club 2, 3, 4; Echoes Staff 1; French Club 1; Soeurettes 1; Science Club 2, 4 ; Sig¬ ma Tau Delta 3, 4; IRC Secretary 1. Charles Newberry, B.S. New Boston, Ohio Booster Club 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 4; A Club 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2; Fine Arts Club 2; A Cappella Choir 3; FTA 3, 4; Student Council 3. Section, Fred Menchinger, B.S. Benton Harbor, Michigan Sachem Club 2, 3, Secretary 4; Green Knights 1; Band 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; A Club 2, 3, 4. Russell Miller Bedford, Indiana Hubert Murray, B.S. Charleston, West Virginia Booster Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Vice Presi¬ dent; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 3, 4; A Club 2, President 3, 4. Emerson Mutterspaugh, B.S. Anderson, Indiana Booster Club 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; A Club-1, 2, 3, Vice President 4. Janet Myers, A.B. Anderson, Indiana Camarada Club 2, Treasurer 3, 4; Soeurettes 1; IRC 1; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 1; Sigma Zeta 3, 4; Glee Club 1. Estel Neace, A.B. Detroit, Michigan Elwin Norris, B.S. Noxapater, Mississippi Booster Club 3, 4; FBLA 3, 4. Randall Peacock, A.B. Flint, Michigan Triad Club 3, 4; Ministerial Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Volunteers 1, 2; IRC 4; Sci ence Club 3, 4; French Club 4; Dramatics Club 4; Sigma Zeta 4; Who’s Who. Donald Pickett Blue Mound, Illinois Everett Parks, B.S. William Perry, B.S. Anderson, Indiana Cambridge Springs, Pennsylvania Booster Club 2; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, IV-C Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1; FBLA, 3 4. Publicity Manager 3, 4; Andersonian and Echoes Staff, Business and Advertising Man¬ ager 2, 3, 4. Michael Rickard, A.B. Robert Russell, A.B. Herbert Schumm Fairmount, Indiana Anderson, Indiana Willshire, Ohio IV-C Club 3 4; FBLA 3, 4. Booster Club 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 1, 2; Andersonian and Echoes Staff, Circulation 2, Advertising Manager 3. Dorothy Brown Rider, B.S. South Charleston, West Virginia Camarada Club 2, 3, 4; Soeurettes 1; Dames Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2. Charles Schneider, A.B. Lutesville, Missouri Sachem Club 4; Ministerial Fellowship 1, 2, 3, Vice President 4. Ruthie Mae Smith, B.S. Bastrop, Louisiana Cihu Club 2, 3, 4; Student Volunteers 2; Sci¬ ence Club 3; FTA 4. Sylvan Snelling Kendall, Florida Agnes Price Torch, Missouri Paul Smith, B.Th. Duncannon, Pennsylvania IV-C Club 2, 4, Vice President 3; Ministerial Fellowship 1, 2; Football 1; Baseball 2, 4; A Club 3, 4. Robert N. Smith, B.S. Fairview Park, Ohio Booster Club 2, Vice President 3, President 4; Who’s Who; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Dra¬ matics Club, Stage Manager 1, Business Man¬ ager 2, 3; Alpha Psi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Sigma Zeta 3, 4; Green Knights, Secretary 1; Glee Club 1. Charles Stanley, B.S. Tulsa, Oklahoma Booster Club 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Student Director 4; Dramatics Club 2; Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2; Green Knights 1. Marilyn Snider Stanley, B.S. Springfield, Ohio Camarada Club 2, 4; A Cappella Choir 2, 4; Band 1, 2, 4; Glee Club 1; Dramatics Club Neil ShrINER, A.B. l, 2; Student Volunteers, President 1; Soeur- Detroit, Michigan ettes 1. Booster Club 2, 3, 4; Green Knights 1; Science Club 1; A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2; Ministerial Fellowship 2, BuRNLEY SpENCER, B.S. 3, 4; Chromatic Club 3; Bowen, Kentucky Track 3; Junior Class Vice Sachem Club 3, 4; Ministerial Fellowship 3. President; Senior Class President; Student Council Pansy Thompson Grand Cayman, B. W. I. SMCa% Norris Thomson, B.S. Wichita, Kansas Triad Club 2, 3, Secretary 4; Tennis Team 2, 3, 4; A Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Forensics 3; IRC 2, 3; Andersonian Staff 3; Student Volunteers 2; Dramatics Club 4. Velma Van Hoose, B.S. South Shore, Kentucky Camarada Club 2, Vice President 3, 4; Sigma Tau Delta 3, President 4; Student Council 4; WSGA President 4; Who’s Who. Lois Fortner Ward, B.S. Effingham, Illinois Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3; Science Club 3, 4; Soeurettes 1; Dames Club 4. William Upton, B.S. Lapel, Indiana Booster Club 2, 3, 4; Student Manager 2, 3, 4; A Club 2, 3, 4; Intramural Director 2, 3; FBLA 3, 4; FTA 4. Betty Walker, B.S. Hazel Park, Michigan Cihu Club 2, President 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Student Council 3; Soeurettes 1; Chro¬ matic Club 4; Science Club Secretary-Treasurer 4; Who’s Who. Rodney Whalon, A.B. Charles Whitmill Fulton, New York Anderson, Indiana IV-C Club 2, Vice President 3, 4’ Science Club 4; Football 2, 3; A Club 2, 3, 4; East¬ erners’ Club 2, 3. Charles Wood, B.S. Anderson, Indiana Booster Club 2, 3, 4; IRC 1, 2; Student Man¬ ager, Basketball 1. Edison White Beth Eighty Williams, A.B. Akron, Indiana Dallas, Texas Pep Club 2, President 3, 4; Student Council, Social Chairman 4; Andersonian Staff 2, 3; Soeurettes 1; Dramatics 1; IRC 1, Vice Presi¬ dent 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 2. SCKCM Paul Ward, A.B. Elmo, Illinois Sachem Club 2, 3, 4; Tennis Team 2, 3, 4; French Club, President 1, 3; Science Club 1, 3, President 4; Sigma Zeta 3, President 4; Fine Arts Club 4; Green Knights, Treasurer 1. Robert Webb Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Seniors not pictured Phyllis Bard Roseann Beckerman, B.S. Frederick Beaman Jay Bolton, A.B. Marvin Carmony Veloa Goody, B.S. William Eddy Paul Freeland Charles Harris, A.B. Robert Henson Verne Hidy Ralph Kirkwood Betty Lightcap, B.S. Herman Lippert, Jr., A.B. Jeanette McClurg Claude McCoy, B.Th. Clifford McDaniel, Jr., B.Th. Fred Menchinger Ardell Mills George Newell, B.Th. William Patterson, B.S. Edith Pollard James Raines John Robbs, B.Th. Harold Scott Maurice Sergeant, B.Th. Frederick Sleet, B.S. Alice Swaggerty Mary Taylor, B.S. Charles Walter Kenneth Watkins, B.S. Ted Wattron Virgil Whitehurst, A.B. David Yamada, A.B. Tokyo, Japan Sachem Club 4; French Club, Vice President 3; Ministerial Fellowship 3, 4; Who’s Who. Nolan Younkman, A.B. Lafayette, Ohio Triad Club 3, 4; Ministerial Fellowship 3, 4. ' « IW W ak-BaBWr V .-m MI B wfi OpHIlK] f WtSm ’ K k ME-Oy « " wB uw IMl " ' Xm Hu ■ ft a «qfl K -j| iti First row: Glenn Bevis, Velma Van Hoose, Betty Walker, Neil Shriner, Nellie Abell, Iona Blevins, Lowell Hunt. Second row: Wayne Harting, Paul Ward, Elbert Jones, Robert N. Smith, David Yamada. Charles Allen Doniphan, Mo. Donna Belle Anglin Nappanee, Ind. William Arthur. South Charleston, W. Va. Pat Adair Pryor, Okla Aaron Aubuchon Wichita, Kan. Kathy Bailey DeSoto, Mo. Theda Johnson Barrows Midland, Mich. David Beach Mt. Pleasant, Mich. Franklin Beaird Lockland, Ohio Barbara Best Birmingham, Ala. Wanda Betts Scio, Ohio Sethard Beverly Chicago, Ill. Barbara Bixler Creston, Ohio Iona Blevins Middletown, Ohio- Minnie Lou Brewer Elkhart, Kan. Letha Wood Brogdon Jackson, Mich. Margaret Ctusby Morganton, N. C. Robert Chapman Falfurrias, Texas Veneta Collins West Palm Beach, Fla. M. Ted Cooke Greensburg, Ind. Waneta Jackson Cousins Columbia City, Ind. Lois Denny Bluefield, W. Va, Arnold De Young Almena, Kan. Jack Duff Jackson, Mich James Eakman Plumville, Pa. Elberta Ebersole Anderson, Ind. Fern Edwards Anderson, Ind Howard Eldon Anderson, Ind. Bob Fogli Chicago, Ill John Franks Savannah, Tenn Elizabeth Germany Union, Miss. L. H. Gilliam Wise, Va. Betty Gobble Anderson, Ind Dale Grubbs Crawfordsville, Ind Robert Hamel Anderson, Ind Wanda Hand Leesburg, Fla Mary Helms Anderson, Ind. Lee Hill Poplar Bluff, Mo. Joyce Harwell Charlotte, N. C. Dorothy Hardin Clinton, Tenn. ,v1 ■BAK -• M %w Carl Holm Boyard, Neb. Doris Ingram Bainbridge, Ga. Gerald L. Johnson Cadillac, Mich. Betty Sue Keasler Sikeston, Mo. Paul Kirkpatrick North Webster, Ind. Joanne Kroll Bluefield, W. Va. Marie Kufeldt Homestead, Fla. Donald Lau Cleveland, Ohio Lenqra Lewis East Prairie, Mo. Ruby Lighty Satanta, Kan. Norman Lofland Liberal, Kan. Barbara McDonald Lima, Ohio Wanda Mclntire McRoss, W. Va. I. Harpole McMuIlin Cleveland, Miss. Clemmie Mayes Detroit, Mich. Charles Moore Hickory, N. C. Lawrence Moore Elkhart, Kan. E. Eugene Morrison Throckmorton, Texas Rosser Nalls Silver Spring, Md. Barbara Norton Ceresea, Mich. Richard Ogle Hutchinson, Kan. George Pentz Eldred, Pa. Ruth Phile Ravenna, Ohio Thomas A. Pierce Franklin, Pa. Nancy Polglaze Ravenna, Ohio Clarice Ratzlaff Stoneboro, Pa. Mary Jane Rearick Distant, Pa. Joyce Reynolds Tiltonsville, Ohio Paul Rider Charleston, W. Va. Robert Riggs Anderson, Ind. Jo Ann Robertson Nowata, Okla. Jacob Sailsbury, Jr. St. Albans, W. Va. Beth Schutjer Grand Rapids, Minn Edward Schweikert Lancaster, Ohio Norman Seeley Grove City, Ohio Iwao Shino Tokyo, Japan Eveleen Lorton Shriner Tampa, Ela. Joseph W. Smith Portsmouth, Ohio Robert E. Smith Apponaug, R. I. Robert L. Sprague Maroa, Ill. Harold Stradtner Michigan City, Ind. Jean Vanderpool Coleman, Mich. William Westlake Pomona, Cal. Arthur Williams Anderson, Ind. Carl " Butch " Williams Springfield, Ohio David Williams Punxsutawney, Pa. Oral Withrow South Charleston, W. Va. William Wright Oakland, Cal. Ronald Young t Waynesburg, Ohio I r I Juniors not pictured Edwin Abplanalp Gilbert Acheson Lester Alexander Charles Armstrong Minnie Arnold Janiece Barnett William Bowser Paul Carder Richard Chandler James Cuneo Billy Ray Davis Glenn Eckman Nila Gerig Betty Hanges Greene Hankerson Daniel Harger Paul Hunter Daniel Jernigan Enoch Finley Joseph Hallam Leonard Klassen Bernard Lallathin Glenn McAlister B. Eugene Mendenhall Evelyn Miller Carl Nisbet William O ' Dell Paul Ouzts Thomas Pickens Agnes Price Helen Pruitt Ralph Renbarger Howard Russell David Ryner Ruth Powell Seeley Laurence Showalter David Sleet Woodrow Starkey Wayne Strobel James Taylor David Temple M. E. Trigleth Donald Trisler Mary Vines Cecil Watson Willard Yeakel 1. Watch those pounds! 2. " Peach of a guy.” 3. That’ll teach you! 4. Four smiles and a clown 5. Just playin Santa. L 4 1. Bored. 2. Look Purdy. 3. Waitin’. 4. In the book. 5. Umm ! Good !! 6. Glamour plus. 7. The Intellect. 8. Spellbound. 9. For me? Arlo Anderson Hatfield, Pa. Janice Anderson Lima, Ohio Evelyn Allen Distant, Pa. Richard Altman New Castle, Pa. Paul C. Ashton Washington, D. C Bettie Arthur Flint, Mich. Twila Bargerstock Kittanning, Pa. Francis Bathauer Anderson, Ind. Norman Beard Akron, Ohio Rosa Bollmeyer Ashland, Ky. Walter Braten Peoria, Ill. Billie Brawner Nashville, Tenn. Wanda L. Brawner Nashville, Tenn. Allan Brumfield Portsmouth, Ohio James C. Burchett Toledo Ohio Marylin Burdette Fullerton, Ky. Pat Clawson Lucerne Mines, Pa. Eunice Collias Chicago, III. Wanda Cottrell South Charleston, W. Va. Hal C. Counts, Jr. Roanoke, Va. Alva Jay Dean Barryton, Mich. Gloria DeFilippo Holland, Ohio Elaine DeKraker Grand Rapids, Mich. Gene Derrico Chicago, Ill. Dean L. Flora Springfield, Ohio Ruth Foster Springfield, Ohio Andy Erish Farrell, Pa. C. Robert Farlow St. Paul, Ind. Gilbert Fritzler Flint, Mich. Phyllis Fritzler Flint, Mich. Ellis Giering Grove Gty, Pa. William Gobble Anderson, Ind. Glen Graham Butler, Pa. Roxie Green Phoenix, Ariz. Lavonne Hales Kansas City, Mo. Tom Hansen St. Paul Park, Minn. Jim Hess Baltimore, Md. Mary Ann Hinkle Cozad, Neb. Kirk Hise Temperance, Mich Joyce Hodges Medford, Okla Juanita Howell Piqua, Ohio David Johnson Baltimore, Md. Harold Johnson Hartselle, Ala. Marian Johnson Anderson, Ind. Edward Jones So. Charleston, W. Va Robert Kearnes Hamilton, Ohio John Keck Utica, N. Y. Bethea Kidd Anderson, Ind Ruth Kilpatrick Payne, Ohio Paul Kimble Hamilton, Ohio Margaret Kindall Norton, Kan. Mary Kinser Middleton, Ohio Nelda Lichtenhahn Denver, Colo. Richard Lau Cleveland, Ohio Bettye Jo Lenon Sikeston, Mo. Ted Lopp Sikeston, Mo David Lynch Dayton, Ohio George McGillen Nappanee, Ind. Alan McNeely Racine, Wis. Rosaline Malinak Ontario, Canada Barbara Marshall St. Joseph, Mich. Dale Means Punxsutawney, Pa James Merzouk Sutton, W. Va. Ray Mesecher Chester, la. Elaine Moore Phoenix, Ariz Robert H. Moss So. Charleston, W. Va Charles Nielsen Arlington, So. Dakota Geraldine Olson DeSoto, Mo. Paul Riddle Middletown, Ohio Jim Royster Royal Oak, Mich. Jean Shrock Ithaca, Mich. Nancy Schroeder Muskegon Heights, Mich. Janice Safford Anderson, Ind. Faye Schock Hughson, Cal. Millie Schweikert Lancaster, Ohio Clarys Sergeant Tucson, Ariz. Forrest Shaffer Robertsdale, Pa. Adrian Shoemaker Lima, Ohio Evelyn Sickal Burlington, Mich Eugene Slack Fort Wayne, Ind. Lavon O’Neal Satanta, Kan. Ronald Patty Sapulpa, Okla. Warren Popp Petaluma, Cal. i Donald Richardson Winfield, Kan. Norene Slack Columbia City, Ind John Snyder Franklin, Pa. Leonard Snyder So. Charleston, W. Va. Lovell Sorrell Springfield, Mo. Richard Stanton Bement, Ill. Joseph H. Stephenson Ellettsville, Ind. Ronald South Springfield, Ill. Shirley Squires Port Huron, Mich. Robert Stierwalt, Jr Wabash, Ind. Jack Strunk Ottumwa, la. Donald Tawney So. Charleston, W. Va. Joseph Clinton Taylor So. Charleston, W. Va Herman Terry Heidelberg, Ky. Donald Thacker Nitro, W. Va. Joyce Trick Anderson, Ind. Carolyn Tunnell Anderson, Ind. Donald Vaughn South Bend, Ind Lois Vermillion Pekin, Ill. James Howard Veatch Bloomfield, Ind. Mary Vermillion Pekin, Ill. Bill Walker Blacksburg, Va Betty Wallis Pryor, Okla. John Ware Urbana, Ohio Frankie Causby Watson Morganton, N. C. Helen Watson Paris, Ky. Gibb Webber Anderson, Ind, Donald Weber Anderson, Ind. Erna Wesner St. Joseph, Mich Joan Westfall Piqua, Ohio Ray P. White Kittanning, Pa Shirley Wiens Chula Vista, Cal. Henry Williams Indianapolis, Ind Sophomores not pictured Orvas Adams LaVerne Alt Thomas Anderson Lawrence Arnold Richard Bartlett Roger Barton James Basey Huston Bever, Jr. Richard Brown A. Jackson Bugg George Bush Howard Darby Elwin Drummond Duke Ellis Cristeen Estes Clella Fleenor Loren Frendt Jean Wilson Fulton Rodney Hale Harold Harrison Jack Harvey Lena Jackson Verna Joiner Kenneth Karrh Lillian Kitchen Richard Kortokrax John Lawson Robert Lee Jay Lewis Wayne Lyon Martha McVicker Billie Meade Bill Meredith Richard Mock Harold Morton Marvin Moser Robert Neace Meriem Nicholes Mary Johnson Parker Carole Kuntz Pentz Howard Pentz Roy Poor Lee Preston Alva Richardson Bob Sloan Herman Smith Jack Taylor Lee Trick Wesley Trick Elsie Tubbs James Vines Frank Watts James Williams Edgar Wilson I Donald Adair Pryor, Okla. Fred Anderson St. Louis, Mo. Raymond Asher Caney, Kan. William F. Barker, Jr. Bellefontaine, Ohio Beverly Barton Sand Springs, Okla. Charles Bates, Jr. Concord, N. C. Joyce Bates Concord, N. C. Patricia Beach Mt. Pleasant, Mich. Margaret Beamer Frankton, Ind. Leta Rose Beavers Hugoton, Kan. Joe Bennett Rossville, Ga. Edna Bentley Ashtabula, Ohio Glenn Berry Bellefontaine, Ohio Gerald Blevins Akron, Ohio Gordon Boelke Durham, Kan. Betty Bowen Muskegon, Mich. Ronald Bowman Anderson, Ind. Jerry Brandon Vinemont, Ala. Louretta Breitweiser Anderson, Ind. Elizabeth Brown Claremont, Minn. Leonard Brown Liberal, Kan. Sharon Brown Wichita, Kan. Archie Bryde Eaton Rapids, Mich C. Donald Buckley Decatur, Ill. Ethel Campbell Winchester, Ky, Dorothy Carr Mt. Sterling, Ky Glenn A. Carte So. Charleston, W. Va A. Gene Chandler Sikeston, Mo. Shirley Chapman Falfurrias, Texas Myrien Chesnut Elkhart, Kan. Grace Childers Dayton, Ohio Hester Click Frankfort, Ind. Bob Cole New Orleans, La. Ronda Connaway Delta, Colo. Donna Cook Fairborn, Ohio Dolly Copeland St. James, Mo. Alta Crose Anderson, Ind. Ruby Crotinger Piqua, Ohio Evelyn Cull Marion. Ohio Ronald Crump Louisville, Ky. Thomas Dean West Monroe, La. Virginia Donaldson Charleston, W. Va. Loretta Duff Middletown, Ohio J. Clark Duke, Jr. Vallejo, Cal. Bobbie Jean Edwards West Monroe, La. Mark Ehman Atlanta, Ind. Leta Eiler Rochester, Ind. Alice Eldridge Garden City, Kan. Wilma Emberton Anderson, Ind. Norma Englund Willmar. Minn. Delta Farmer Reading, Ohio Alice Fausnight Hartville, Ohio Hans Fichtenberg Rubesheim, A.M. Rhein, Germany Benjamin Fields Evansville, Ind. Elaine Fineout Lansing, Mich. Jeanne Fish Oak Park, Mich. Frank Curtis Madison, Ill. Richard Daudert South Haven, Mich. Sue Ann Davies So. Charleston, W. Va. Jean Davis Monroe, La. Ivis Foster Cohasset, Minn. Donald Francis Lima, Ohio Imogene Fraysur Owingsville, Ky. Adeline Friesen Winton, Cal. C. Leroy Fluck Lansdale, Pa. James Foreman Bellefontaine, Ohio Mary Fortner Effingham, Ill. Edward Foggs Kansas City, Kan. Helen Frost Miami, Fla. Bobbie Germany Palco, Kan. Jean Getto Canton, Ohio Patricia Gooch Midland, Mich. Mary Goodrich Lawrenceville, Ill. G. Eugene Grater Olathe, Colo. R. Keith Gray Anderson, Ind. C. Daniel Greathouse Ferriday, La. Lois Guysinger Huntertown, Ind. A. Wayne Halbleib McNabb, Ill. Clara Mane Hall Jackson, Mich. Clyde Harting Greenfield, Ind Carl Henrierson, Jr. Franklin. Pa. M. Elzada Herring Big Spring, Texas Keith Hetrick Distant, Pa. G. Katherine Hinkle Clear Fork. W. Va. James Hoar Emden, 111. Donald Hoover Aurora, Ill. George Hunter Citra, Fla. Ronald Jack San Jose, Cal. Robert James Denver, Colo. Darrell Jones Decatur, Ill. Walter Kane Anderson, Ind. Robert Karnes Oil City, Pa. Glenna Kennedy Oak Grove, La. Mary Kindig Rochester. Ind. Joyce Kinner Elkton, S. D. Keith Kissinger Russell, Kan. Millard Knapp Benton Harbor. Mich. Kathryn Kresge Cleveland. Ohio Tom Kurtz Lima, Ohio Gerald Kruithoff Allegan, Mich. ' W. ' Ralph Lane Modesto, Cal Patricia Leininger New Bethlehem, Pa. James Lewis Newark, Ohio Robert Loney Pomona, Cal. Ward Love Anderson, Ind. Arthur Lumm Wabash, Ind. Vera Lybarger South Bend, Ind. Duane McCulloch Denver, Colo. Ronald McKnight Kalamazoo, Mich. P. Maynard McMeekin Glendale, Ariz. Ray " Casey " Malispina San Francisco, Cal. Kathryn Marsh Union City, Ind. Doris Marshall St. Joseph, Mich. Bob Medlin Indianapolis, Ind. John Mefford New Martinsville, W. Va. Shirley Miller Meadville, Pa. Jean Mowrer Wabash, Ind. Jack Munn Springfield, Ohio Freda Myers Lewistown, Ohio Myron Myers Lewistown, Ohio Lorene Nelson E. Lansing, Mich. Thomas Nelson Midland, Mich. Phyllis Nichols Elkton, S.D. Elda Norris Liberal, Kan. Regina Nye Springfield, Ohio Oakley Osborne Franklin, Pa. Mark Panton Grand Cayman, British Indies Marie Parkerson LaPorts, Ind. Dale Parlette Lima, Ohio Marlene Peterson Big Rapids, Mich. B. Raymond Price Sapulpa, Okla. Shirley Pruitt Lakewood, Ohio Jean Pugh Lindsay, Cal. Jeanette Pylate Meridian, Miss. Glenn Quam Willmar, Minn. Imogene Radaker Meadville, Pa. Gordon Reitz Buffalo, N. Y. Margaret Rhodes Anderson, Ind. Charles Ridgway Hot Springs, Ark. Romajean Ringle Walkerton, Ind. Jesse Roberts Auburndale, Fla. Betty Robertson Nowata Okla. Robert Robinson Franklin, Pa. Nellie Rodgers Stanford, Ky. Mary Ruehle Toledo, Ohio Norma Salyer Mt. Sterling, Ky. Alma Sampson Chicago, Ill. Dolores Schabacker Rockford, Ill. Janet Schrader Cadiz, Ohio Walter Sempsrott Lebanon, Ohio J. Loren Smith Anderson, Ind. Shirley Sheppard Welland, Ont., Canada Dorothy Spangler Anderson, Ind. Dorothy Speagle Hickory, N. C. Henry Staggs, Jr. Quitman, La. Lois Stephenson Ellettsville, Ind. Melvin Swart Dayton, Ohio Dolores Tate Charleston, W. Va. Milton Tingle Meridian, Miss. Lloyd Tomer Greensburg, Pa. Ruth Stephenson Ellettsville, Ind. Fred Strombeck Hazel Park, Mich Nora Stroud Chattanooga, Tenn. Wayne Sullivan Sand Springs, Okla. Thomas Smith Fairview Park, Ohio Kathleen Snider Springfield, Ohio John W. Snyder Franklin, Pa. Ella Sonnenberg Ontario, Canada Analee Topper Akron, Ohio Ann Sauls Trick Chattanooga, Tenn. Samuel Trick Anderson, Ind. W. Gunner Troxel Broken Bow, Neb. Claude Turner, Jr. Lima, Ohio Nancy Turner Fountaintown, Indiana Helen Vail Quitman, Louisiana John Washington Columbia, South Carolina Luther Watts Baileysville, West Virginia J. R’. Webber Pueblo, Colorado David Weber Lamar, Colorado Jolene Weeks Quitman, Mississippi Dorothy Wert Carlisle, Pennsylvania Helen Whitaker Cleveland, Mississippi Jean White Detroit, Michigan Lucille White Barryton, Michigan R. Thomas Williams Alexandria, Indiana Thelma Williams Tulsa, Oklahoma Nancy WJssler Defiance, Ohio Jesse Woodward Anderson, Indiana John Worthington Paris, Kentucky Don Ziegenbusch Lima, Ohio Freshmen not pictured David Bailey Robert Bailey Douglas Baldridge George Banks Elizabeth Batdorf Ralph Binkley Donald Boese Elfrieda Breitkreutz Lois Brofford Eva Bullard Hugh Bynum Glenn Cantrell William Caylor Robert Clark James Cockerham Charles Courtney J. Robert Culp Carl Dailey Wayne Davidson Billy Arnold Davis Ellijo Davis Edward DeBolt Paul Decker Robert Denniston Bobby Dial Myrna Dodge Barbara Dowdy Paul Dunn Thomas Dye O. Earl Dyer Kennith Fadely Edward Foggs Mary Forkner Clarence Franklin Shirley Guthrie Marion Harger Mary Taylor Harger Gerald Hartman Charles Hughes James Infinger Jerald Jestice Arthur Keesling Joanne Kellogg Wanda Kerry Donald King Doris Klaassen Lloyd Lambert Barbara Leonard Robert Lucas Dan McFarland David Martin Linda Mauler Nilah Meier Gene Miller Robert Miller Jack Minix James Moore Donald Myers Guy Neal Dale Nye Jo Ann O’Dell Bobby Oliver G. Douglass Owens John Pentz Charles Pickens Kenneth Pickens Eileen Powers Pearl Maudell Prier Merrill Pyle Earl Radaker Loretta Ratzlaff Almeta Richardson M. Leo Roberts Arthur Rogers Donald Rooney Robert Routt Jackie Samuels Daniel Schemmer H. Peter Slagle Dorothy Smith Edward Smith George Smith Donald Snell Lilly Snowberger Mettie Starkey Myrtle Starr Paul Startzman Benjamin Stewart Eva Mae Stewart Pauline Thomas Jack Tilley Jack Trick June Tussy William Vencil Hubert Warner Jim Webb Henry Williams Leroy Woodcox Eugene Young Eugene Zimmerman Edward Zwickel Ned Harpest, Chairman, County Institutions; Norman Beard, Director; Miss Strong, Counselor; Arthur Williams, Vice Chairman, Fritzlar Friends; Bill Wright, Chairman, Hospital Committee; Joyce Harwell, Chairman, Shut-Ins; Lavonne Hales, Vice Chairman, County Institutions; Betty Jo Lennon, Member, Planning Committee; Wayne Harting, Chairman, Fritzlar Friends. Through Christianity in Action Many Students Were Provided a Chanve to Work for Christ. Religious Emphasis Week Brought Us . . . In the Prayer Vigil . . . Every Monday Morning . . . And In the Dorms. First row: Jim Rains, Orvas Adams, Edison White, Mary Parker, Jean Davis, Glen Bevis, James Merzouk Professor Haldeman, adviser; Walter Braten. Second row: Lawrence Moore, Ardell Mills, Morton Hamblin, Lowell Hunt, president; Don Buckley, Tommy Dean, Paul Carder, Bob Deal, James Royster, Randall Peacock, Don Lau. Third row: Gorden Howe, Dusty Dye, Eugene Morrison, Don Francis, Leonard Snyder, Charles Schnieder, vice president; Edward Schwiekert, Herman Terry, Rod Whalon, Paul Kirkpatrick. Eourth row: Andy Erish, Frank Watts, Dick Daudert, Harold Johnson, Jesse Roberts, Omer Blevins. The Ministerial Fellowship has added another stone of progress in the building of God’s Kingdom during the school year 1952-53. This has been done by a full social life on the campus coupled with verj’ active Christian action in preaching, praying with the sick, and building unity with the total student body. The Fellowship has instituted ministerial retreats based on the pat¬ tern of state ministers’ meetings. These retreats have added excellent practical experience to the unexcelled academic preparation received here at Anderson College. Working friendships established between pastors and alert preaching students insure greater progress for the Church of God than has ever been experienced before. First row: Mary Parker, Marie Kufeldt, Nancy Turner, Sue Davies. Second row: Alice Fausnight, Wanda Brawner, Wanda Betts, Pat Adair, vice president; Dorothy Wert, librarian; Nilah Meier, Elaine Fineout. Third row: Joyce Harwell, Jeannette McClurg, Frankie Watson, Roseann Becker- mann, Gertrude Davis, Betty Jo Lennon, treasurer; Janiece Barnett, Dorothy Speagle. Fourth row; Tom Pierce, Martha McVicker, Dorothy Hardin, Nadine Holliman, Arthur Williams, president; Helen Watson, Alice Eldfidge. Since the formation of the Missionary Prayer Group in 1926, there has always been a group on the campus which has prayed, studied, and prepared for missions. This year, the principal project was the painting of the Sherman Street Church of God. The group also heard several returned missionaries speak on the needs and successes of the missionary program of the Church of God. i " Berk” Preached Brother Dodson Sang Over Two Hundred of Us Prayed Every Morning at 7:00 And Many of Us Found A " Closer Walk” Youth Dared to Attack the Problems of Mankind The Pastors Were Always Glad to Counsel Or to Get Right in the And Gave Us a Chance " Game” With Us To Help in Church Planning DR. MOFFITT Each day directed our path toward God, Many serve in Youth Advance .W " f " ;wessne.. " Workers nf Quai ttet art m acti ' vrties RELIGIOUS LIFE COMMITTEE The Christian Thespians Alumni in Christian Service. B Oc4 t 4d( ‘€ntc n4 w W W E are fellow»laborers of the Kingdom, each according to his talents and calling. Some of us are preachers; some are teachers. And some are publishers. Our duties are different. But our objective is the same. A world turned from evil. A world acknowledging Christ and obeying His precepts. We who are publishers are responsible for a vital link in the chain of Christian witness. If this link is to hold, we must use our every resource in forging it. Working, hand-in-hand with other Christian agencies, we cannot, for a moment, slacken our effort. One weak link will impair the strength of the whole. Gospel Trumpet Company anderson, Indiana Compliments of McALLEN ' S FINE FURNITURE 1222 Meridian STAR CHINA COMPANY " If worth having, we have it " MILK and ICE CREAM Produced by East Side Jersey Dairy 722 Broadway ANDERSON. INDIANA PHONE 7122 902 Main Street Anderson Indiana I OFFICE SUPPLIES and SYSTEMS Gifts Books Greeting Cards for Every Occasion Stationery Games SPALDING and RAWLINGS ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT Jantzen Sportswear McGregor Sport Shirts " Play hard with the best and win " DECKER ' S PHONE 4467 PHONE 4467 67 Steps off Meridian on Eleventh GUIDE THE BRIGHTEST NAME IN LIGHTS RIGHT LIGHTS - BRIGHT LIGHTS from BUMPER to BUMPER One source for all your lighting needs, PLUS solid product quality. These are the things you can depend on when you buy GUIDE LAMP products. AUTOMOBILES BACKUP LAMPS — DRIVING and PASSING — FOG LAMPS — PARKING — SPOT — STOP and TAIL — TURN SIGNAL — LICENSE PLATE LAMPS — HEADLAMPS — MULTI-PURPOSE UNIT — .SFAT.Fn UNITS — SELF-CANCELING TURN SIGNAL SWITCHES — GLARE-PROOF REAR VIEW MIRRORS. TRACTORS HEADLAMPS — STOP and TAIL — IMPLEMENT — DUAL PURPOSE. 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Wholesalers 1417 Meridian Street 0WINNS ' EAST SIDE DRUG STORE 802 E. 8th Street Prescriptions Accurately Compounded Priced Reasonably FOUNTAIN and FOOD — WHITMANS CANDIES FREE DELIVERY PHONE 33191 Compliments of ANDERSON COLLEGE BOOK STORE ‘f COMPLIMENTS OF BANNER STORE ■ 5 ’ Try Our Delicious Steaks and Chops VICTORY RESTAURANT " Excellent Food " OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY ! Phone 9853 i 21-23 W. 12th St. GEO. ANTON, Owner ANDERSON, INDIANA THE WRIGHT STORE FOR COLLEGE MEN AND WOMEN For the latest in fashions, look in the windows of... HOYT WRIGHT COMPANY 911 Meridian Street ARROW PONTIAC SALES SERVICE 303 Pendleton Avenue Phone 4485 R. H. Motor Co., Inc. SALES and SERVICE FORD 24-Hour Wrecker Service Dial 2-0275 516 Meridian Anderson, Indiana faA»I.MAIK tio. U. I. rAT. Off. COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. PHONE 8834 MtMtl• ELEVEN EAST TENTH STREET SUITE 1 GRIFFITH BUILDING TELEPHONE 6119 Students of Anderson College: Me are grateful Happy that again our thanks can go out to the student body of Anderson College for an¬ other year of successful business relationships. You selected us to do the individual portraits for your annual " Echoes " TiTiat greater tribute can we ten¬ der than the finest in oijr line of work? It is good to know that the many fond memories of your college life will include your friends and b isi- ness associates. Your negatives will remain in our permanent files for years to come. Thank you I EAST SIDE DRUG STORE TOM DEARING, Owner COMPLIMENTS OF STRATZMAN ' S GROCERY 1804 East 5th Reliable Prescriptions Reasonable Service Meet Me at Tom ' s tor Sodas and Sandwiches 702 East Eighth St. PHONE 2-3243 POST OFFICE CAFE Gus S. Pancol, Proprietor Home-Baked Pies Our Speciality 24-Hour Service 16 W. 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The maximum benefits for children are as follows: 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 to¬ gether” with the common purpose of mutual helpfulness and protection. You owe it to your¬ self 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 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 $1,000 The cost for children is the same as for adults " For Friendly Service " FORKNER-MANGER LUMBER CO. 507 East 29th Street Phone 3-3381 COMPLIMENTS OF J. C. 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