Asbury University - Ashburian Yearbook (Wilmore, KY)

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,X ' ,X Ihr Aahurian, 1925 7 ' .Jxn-Xa -114114 ?1t'ZYt71g1 4-'X'X'l'X Q1-ra-1 -4.14.1 -v-U11 --TUIKZTQ-'7'Y4'1 -JUG' -'lin -'IIE Cz 45 I il W l 4 . 1 il, ,A 1 I U sf- eevegs, 'J U is 1' Q ' Conservatory of Music The Conservatory of Music has perhaps at no time in its previous history had such a bright outlook as at the present. Perhaps this may be attributed to the lofty ideals and aims of the conservatory, the precipitation of which is the production of thoroughly trained, highly motivated musicians. Since a thorough foundation is essential to such production, special attention is given to the formative work in primary and preparatory grades. Courses in piano, violin, and voice are so arranged as to enable students to re- ceive a teacher's certificate, diploma, and degree of bachelor of music. Frequent student recitals are given, which develop interest and create wholesome competition among the pupils. New pianos in studios and practice rooms are an added impetus. Nina Jeanne Ridgell, director of the conservatory, who has studied under world artists, and who keeps abreast with the rapidly moving times, has as her assistants highly trained, efficient teachers, including Christine Conrad and Decima Lowry, piano department, Suzanne Schulze and Evangeline P. Adams, voice department, Albert Smith, violin department, and Emma Lott, theoretical department. 96 ,YET X tbvnvl W Uhr .A5l11I1'iEIII, 1525 lk i,,,,1Xk ' . 'sf -.,xLn1.J4L1142-,1Q333L1' gi 1. me 'L-T1 K 'LI-. .MY 1153- mug. ny. 1. ,, 133333, ' --,,+- gr -7 I-7 'f fr ' -- A X ii Q X lf ,lgmgwgffff rx' ' lil - N ' fs f- ' Q X ,iff xx. MCf1iS Glee The .Xslwury Cwvllepge Men! Cilee l'lul1 was 4H'gj,'iIlllZCll for the purpuse nl rultirzitin 3.2 .xml cleveluping illl zipprerialtimi for the highest type nf 5Ill'I't'Kl :mil Nt'L'lllllI' music. It is our :lim Ku inspire tliuse for ulmm ue sing in temporal :incl spiritual things lsy our Carefully selected repertoire :mil supreme teelmique in perfnrmzlllve. XVe believe we l'illl "say it with music." J I isusuxxlzl. Iruixfz xVlI,l.I.X3lS, .111 lllllflllllhff 1'll'3'l' Tuzor- Slfflllll ll'lIUI'- Duuznr Ifigklzisnv .IAMES kikieux LESTER Svixxs BI.YI'llE XVHli.XI,X I.mi.xcKs Simuss Bzlrifollv- linisrmx Duuus linkin' YL'S'I' Brin- Uuknox Ihxxl-.5 XVlI.I,l.XM lluxx Wi-.suv Sovlfx Pmuz- Cinwif 97 ICC Il'kQ'0051.0'l0'iO0O I JV-10, Y 'l'RL'x1.xx l'HI'l'hR lilfflkfili XVHVIE lI.xRoi.n Yrsr Dkxrox Gramm' Rrmakr Cokxui. Dov NIORRIS Bwox Swami l.l. Hu in-'N Mah :iii Roulcsox :xl-QISRS X was Q fn. PERSONNEL Q - Glhe Azhurizm, 1523 oval? w p- 'A' . ,1 .X,1.1,, 41.1.3.1 ,,.,.x., M,,,,'.f., ,.I.f,DI.v -..,gi:I.p1 ...mgqlyirxu ,mg ,gn mg . lf lg, Wlgwl l l . lf 'l "wi mf - l g A U S n l,. ,R .. A X l , ' Girls' Glee Club The Girls' Glee Club was organized three years ago under the direction of nur most Cum- petent vmre department instrnftor, Mrs. Suzanne Schulze. The Glee Club is composed of twenty-sux members, all possessing consecrated voices. Their purpose is to exalt Cl1I'lSI through song. OFFICERS Roni FONTAINE . . ..... ..... P rmidml MYRTLE SUPER ...4 . . Ivifl'-Pl'l'5id4'lIl HARRIR1' HORNEY ..... .... . Srm-tary A X f ELIZ.-XBE'l'll HEIRONIMOUS . ....,. Trrasurrr : ONS ........ Lilfrarian GER'1'RL'me SHRYOCK . . . Chaplain A rAM .RABEH . . . Wzzxirzrxs Managrr HAZEL ELSOX . . . . . Rvporlrr f lllll Q ol A l.lwQg ,r A o ' V ff ymornx' AKERS AXNA BIESICKER Jocsux BROWNLEE CLYDE CHENEY ADELAIDE CROWE ff, IQOROTHY Dowxxxc -fH3zEL ELSON RUTH FONT.-UNE CEERTRUDE SHRYOCK lVIYR'I'LE SUPER ESTHER VVH1rEHURs'r IVA FULTZ RACHEL GILLESPIE Nl.-XRIE GRAY EL1zAnE'rH HEIRONIMOUS 98 ,W ll? fl.-XRRIET HORNEY HALL1E H. MOORE Anarrxs NEAL Ersns Russel. DOROTHY SMITH ANDIE TURNLEY CHRx'sTABeLLE Yusr aou scuzunaagnswcsoou Ann, aao uaugpouogonogum . ll, F5132 Aahurmn 1523 -4: --s- ' ',X. so fa . iflx 9 ,. N . x, . V' ' ,.f2N, H . is Q ITU mag nm? g.g.1.yc Mile '1."pl. -af.--fi. v1.1.1, Ynlgqg. 1.1. I. L, r.'r.'in'-..1g'g1Q1 -x ,Al-jzi N , 1 411 l L I ' '2 g 5, ' . ., H -465' - ' Asbury College Orchestra Among the musical organizations of Asbury the orchestra, by popu- lar acclamation, has preeminently won honors in the first rank. lfnder the baton of Professor Smith, the orchestra has gained a distinction of merit that is greater than that of any of the previous years. lts per- sonnel comprises the highest talent obtainable from the student body. The string and wood wind sections are superior to those of the past. Such compositions as lVilliam Tell, Overture to Tannhauser, Overture to Oberon, Lvnhnished Symphony in B lllinor, and nume1'ous other compositions of equal quality will give one an idea of the organization and its ability to present great masterpieces. Professor Smith, the con- ductor, is an accomplished musician and composer, as xvell as director of the orchestra. 9 9 S l soo sntgaoagnnao oon 4041, smo onngouoioooiasa. fm M f f fi Q Uhr Azhurian, 1925 c'u'oeQ.- i' ,.m. ,447 , , 13,1 -X ,pi 1 .,,1.1,l.1 ...fling 4,1.1.g.1 41.1.1.1 .igfy Y mmg ,.T.1,f,1f..iaf.x.x .mug .Jfrh .11-FUI - 'H' "- ' -fs - 1' Y ' ' I N rf ,Z -va Q, I, l The College Band Among the organizations of Asbury College an exhibition of some of the best talent is found in the College Band. This year, under the leadership of its new director, lllr. Victor E. llloorc, it has shown the most marked development and progress in its history. It is not only an organization of worth to the college in the way of advertisement, but because of the etliciency of its well-trained director it is a source of beneficial instruction in the way of the development of the talent of its members. From time to time it has given inspirational programs, both of a classical and a religious nature. Une of its most commendable features is the class of music rendered, including selections from Sousa's Com- positions and Classical Opera. IOO lUl lllL1B0Ol9'l0'lUO'B Qgfk GD0l000l0Q020CC1QQ1 ' X ll il Ellie Aahuriam, 1525 N j, gifts E511-f umm fri-1:31 nit-in M1-xg gums- ii i W' 6 I Glnllvgv nf e 4l l.bs Q ixprvnainn i p AM. ,- .zf ,4 an l Nl SV p S' i X l 5 - --A 9 fmfxfafmvl The School of Expression of Asbury College is one of the oldest special flepartments con- nected with the college. Since its inception, the head of the department, Miss Daisy Dean Gray, has ever sought to accomplish a great purpose. This brings us to a statement of the purpose of this special school. A definite need matle this department a requisite to the curriculum of the college. A train- ing of ministerial students demands not only doctrinization and theoretical information, but also the development of the powers of oratory. The work of the School of Expression has been to train students in the dignified and important form of human expression. Since conviction must exist behinrl all true oratory, training in this held of human endeavor makes conviction a pre- requisite. "The salient characteristic of oratory is its directness of purpose. The genuine spirit of oratory, as related to vocal expression, depends upon the realization of the purposes possible to a human heing, and of the means by which he can influence his fellow men, and the realtion of all these to their right expression through the voice." The School of Expression has further been of beneficial service in that it has given a simple, aesthetic touch to campus activities, and in that the instructors, through their personal influ- ence, have contributed greatly to the well-being of each life with which they have come in contact. As a student body we register a sincere appreciation for bliss Daisy Dean Gray and bliss Mary Corley, our instructors. IOI x JPQYL UH!! ', f N , I ,..,, is , V 1 Y Y ,.Q , A Uhr Azhnrwn 1923 I QW A, - 'IR IJ 9 ' v 1 , f ,4 Deg.. , 430 ,ff .XXX-YS! -X xx -1 A1 .11 -141-1 ...-uxggsg' 491 .3 rg-1 ,JY .3 .1-1 .11 11:16 3-ELLLZL ...Ig fpj'-:DIXTX ,mg Ax IT! .11-F111 ""' - gi ' F Y 'Z w g - if ' I i ,. f ia, Expression Faculty DAISY DEAN GRAY, MA., T.D. Director DIARY ELIZABETH CORLEY, A.B., T.D. ,-Issofintr in Iixprrxsimz IO2 :onSssm1'enuagnsm':oou . Jhvfb auo oco lCCCl00'0lC'GfI, My 1 ' ' ,.,2X, 1 E113 HDF ina f fD-:Tip mn ' x--1 - .ry running 11111 f LI- K- T X mi, 'fl ., ,Q 1 4:7 --,L 3 S Y -- 91' 1 L-.' ' Uhr Ashuriexn, 1528 Q I L m 1. P1 IX 3 I I l x u x X g X NJ : U I 522' F' I XV11.1.1A.x1 BRIGGS, 13.0. . . 11.-XZE1. Rrasn, 13.0, . IREN NORRIS, 13.0. . 1xIELVIN HYERS . . EUGENE THAYER . . EXPFCSSIOI1 Seniors . . . . ."1Vi11iz1m'11e11,"Srllillur "Re-Creation," Gran' L. Ili!! Lutz . "The Princess 170CZl110l1f?lS,'T l'irgini1z Ifzztxon Diploma Students IO3 . "Joseph in Egypt," T. G. Grifwfwmz "The Torch BC2ll'Cl'S,H Gforgr Krllry 195 01015331 0 000 lbfk 3GO 0Q0.l0Q0 OO0lCQ1 I 1 Img ."f . ,f . 1 Uhr Azhuriem, 1523 " ' I f , C15 .iw MM J,.,,,., ,.,,,,x., v,L1,E.1 Luigi-Frm -'Emu -fun mm CHRISTINE HAWKINS Exxxx THOMAS. . . BIAxRG.,xR1fT Bom: . . NEL1. OWEN . . RIINNIE KEHM MRS. O. C. IXIINTNER RL'TH SCH.-XIEFFER . P.-wr, PAW.-xs Certificate Students . . . . "P0llyana," E. ll. Portw . "1NIamm0n and the Archer," U. Ilcnry xo4 we Highway Blau," ,Hfrml Noywx . . "The First Sin," nl. lf. Jlvlziu "R0m:'o and ,IuliGt," S,II1f't'A'f7l'lll't 3 n ulganmg sw oon 49.11, amolonzniamoinnoiamx 7 : I , fm new I I . i All v Elie Azhurmn, 12123 . M10 ll! ng- . ggi'-L 1. 'tl' tn'--L Tix '..1'. Y pnfjgf I I 'ri V' fl- fi' 0 W J Q3 A 1, 'ls . l, ,-t. Fi X 1 XQXX Qlnllvgv nf W s LOLL5 l F3 fi ya 'W xl DMSKIBBEN ' - "'l'n11fln'.i fly ll ligffll lfml fmlfl lm Illllllf. ,I gflrfry 11r1'.'r Jlllljf, .llfffl on My anti nmurrlain mall .lm fIn1l',v fffflll f'i1'l11rry l11111gf." Swine one hzis well sziid, "Min see lWt'1lllIy where inn have learned tu lvmlt tru' it." A nmst vzlluxihle training is the :thi ity tu find hexiuty in minninn things uith :in npr-n and enlightened nzintl. The purpose of the instruvtnr in this depalrtlnent is to huild at fnundminn in gin that uill compare fnvnrahly with that uf the hest schools nf the vnuntry. llmvever, here the students have the opportunity nf flevelnping their tnlents surrnunded hy the religious 1lUI105Pl1t'I'E which :Kshury Creates. 'lihe student who wishes to make llI'l it seriuus stucli linds every IlKlX'ZllllIlLft' here, whether it he in the painting of canvases, in the hright tints of water colors, ur in the deliente shzulee nl pastel. If his tnlent lies along the lines of lrindsenpe gardening, architecture, interior cleefnrxltilig, or the arts and crafts, he is properly directed. The lure nf the rugged Cliffs, the sulvtle windings nf the Kentucky and Dix rivers, the his- tnric scene, nf hrave days uhen Daniel Bmme ruved through the wilderness, furnish rnnple inspiration fur pen znul hrush. The Art Class is organized into :I congenial eluh whose inemhers tzilte riecnsimml Q-Xl-ur. sinns to nenrhj plnees nf interest. The objective nf these Christian students is service fur nthers in life for Ilini who i- their Master Artist. 105 N Auth mmf, 6 X' , 7 ,Z l 'I ei 5 K fx5Z?f Q41 ,,,..,-f'i ffff' Bur tn the rifnrta nf Hu-sihrnt Erwin 'liulmmu Aki-ra, Aalmrg in rrruguizrh tuhag as an grnuring inatiiirtinu mhrrr high rhuratinnal attaiumrut ia mhanrrh by an imumm-ring hi-untinn tn thr lnftii-at ihrala uf Lflhriatiun lining . Hininn . Eeliruing that thrrr in nn :lash hrtun-rn apirit- uul fvrunr anh intrllrrtual rxrrllrnrg, Ihr aim nf A5-burg Olnllrgv in In srnh fnrth gnung mrn sinh iunnwn. mhn, with hvzirta aglnux mth minhs alrri. mill hr ahh' tn rnpr with Ihr prnhlrnm nf thr ings W3 V if Uhr Azhurian, 1523 mama 0 .X px ,1.1 .11 .1 .1 .1 .41,1,f,QjfLQg -111 .41 A a -x Q1 .pl -y -wr -171 g ..q.j:ij '.!F1'XDn QQE' JQI1 .gfmffl ' Y Y I I , l l ' . I I, 0 -..f ,'f J . Y nfvegf, 1 'ga y ' 'A 'X 'lin' Vxvmx Mn' Noluus IJil't'l'f0l' nf ilu' Sffmnl nf glrlx and Crafts Art Graduates LOKENE M1'1'Clf1ELL, CECIL N1CKIBBEN, HELEN HARNEY 106 :on um1'uoogn s.o'goo'n . limp :mo aoo,.iomo5ono3a'm1 , 'X j X ,g ' X Eh? 2-Xzhurian, 1928 xw jyi F' X QR Q A X x , N. . ' - X X lf . ,A , .gv Q 5113- gggk 4333.1 nmbimk, NYPL f-1.-1.5. fq.-M. H.-,.L, mrmg 1.M.1, gM.,g.1.w1g351:3L X , 53 1 1 - 45,15 1 1 1 wi 1 , T '- 1 Z1 Z- I ' 'H . ART ST L'DIO ART CLUB 107 H JOl Olll5tI3l010l000 QQ-dk -'lB010O0XlGll0i00C5QQ1 X , N I hr Anhnrwn 1923 1 '-V,- .-JY n n .1 -11-11111. vJ1'1J-1' -111145 -:man Arm --1EDX5f-'U71 EI' LCD TTT! v 1. , W ff? uf 1 Q. .L S351 p ' 151 '41 in V :E G'-1 512 , gf 45 W . lf 1 ,I . ,::- - .1 A Q9 Q, 39' V. . . rf ,H 1 , ' 3. x 5 -1. an ICU Ill ART SNAPS IOS We X 49-vo. 330 000-103030005301 f l' Uhr Anhurian, 1923 I 2 . t 1 t - - . tn Ygkjtntt, G'pif.'rt, g.".'i5'gL,jjiT"" lY -.L 4r in 41 1- - - - i 'KL A, Ng frgxyf t l s as if Y X ' jf-x K 4 K' K ' 'T-" " f' "' fix ., 4 1' iilnmv T rnnnmirz O 049 'amid un: wr. --1.4 There are innumerable lields open to women today. The professional world is widening its doors, enlarging its borders and bidding woman enter, she is entering and is given valuable service, XVoman, however, has one vast field which is exclusively her own, the profession of home making. This, as some one has said, is the biggest job in the world, all other occupations must take a lower place, for the wheels of lite would stop turning if home making were set aside. It is the privilege ot every woman to be trained in a skilled occupation. She needs this to enable her to take her place among the workers of the world. But a woman will never tind a work so freighted with dignity, beauty, and joy as is the profession of home making. NVe read in the thirty-first chapter of Proverbs a description of the true home maker, culminating in the latter part of the thirty-ninth verse, "But thou excellest them all." Home making is a beautiful as well as an interesting art. At Asbury College we are endeavoring to give the fundamental principles of home making and home management, as well as to prepare students for teaching. The work is as essential to the prospective home maker as it is to the teacher. Our aim and desire is to so teach and train, that those who go out from this department may go with a vision for service, as "unto the Lord." aoo otagaoseuooocgooo Ap-,-0, qqggqQq,3qq950,,3,53 I O9 x f J E NUKIBBEN DHQFJ-T, 1fDj5H' XM" -La ,mul - mu' MAY UM mm U11 FEP! -Q E -Inns N A -f . 0 wi P Anhurmn, 1923 ,wr -J 1.1: ..,,,-Q Jmx1..11- Fw .IH-If .1 -1 -J MARY Rxczuxzms O1,1x'14.R, l5.S.lI.F. IJil'l'l'fHI' of Sffmal nf llnmr lirffllrfzflify THE SEVVING ROOM IIO X JPQYK I hr Mhurtan 1923 PWM -1 L V M xx I -7- N'-. . X , h , A x I' s- - 6 ' ' 3 L gm, WUC HE., rrmgkf MBL mfmk ,.f,.1. f.-xi. fi.vgE3gYi.L..gC .-. C f. ..- 1. L Q xf .S , 1 I - + Y , ,--f -----f--- - --- - X '- -f z 5 L1 l ' f? Xlri III-.RVEY Gmdmm' in Ilnmr Iimrzorrzifs . DOMESTIC SCIENCE KITCHEN ICD lllLQdOD5.000'?DQQ Ill UMD? ann. 300 000-50Q0l000 llO3 : I 4,2 -1 p Ellie Aahurit111j'1HQB llarffllliywfl' ' t i 3 'Qi I if 1 Q .' tg ,,,V T Nye N l N ,MM -1. f, vg,i5,.1'-.at ,- . , 4, ,,., ., . , The Kitchen The kitchen, with its related departments. comprises one of Asbury's most attractive features. The culinary system, consisting of the kitchen, dining room, bakery, butcher shop and vegetable department, is furnished throughout with the most modern equipment obtainableg since all cooking is done by steam and electricity, the pestiferous smoke, so characteristic of a cooking establishment, is reduced to the minimum. The galvanized steel tables and shelves, together with all other articles of equipment, are elevated about ten inches from the concrete Hoot to facilitate the oft-repeated cleansing processes. In fact, every phase of system and administration contribute to that essential factor known as sanitation. The work is carried on through the various departments by approximately one' hundred Fifty students. The activities of each deparatment are supervised by a captain. This one is in turn responsible to Chef Gammage, a man well-trained in his art and capable of tactfully imparting his knowledge to others. To his versatility and geniality may largely be attributed the realiza- tion of the kitchen's three-fold aim of System, Sanitation, and Spirituality. IT2 X Jenn- Ji' 1 ,1 If My f?fGf .fiwl ,fs rf-XI fag fffwffif- lc,-A fpipj' ',,!:-rv' f 9 ws rf' QOILMX- , .. --f 11,1 ,PXXV K' ,lf fffaj JJ-XX fi' ww 'ff Nl x Q U f 7 59251 an W m 5.rgMip f 'f 011 Nix gi -fill 1 f - .mf ' 7-, .' 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IP ...- -. .. lxvf XX XAHQQE 5 EH!-B33-- mm.- iU1'h1- .. ,. ..., -. af.. ....i.'..g.1, ...y L.. -fr. f " ., I 1 1 l i is H ' W ' 4- b b ' Theological Seminary FACULTY F. H. L.-XR.-XRISE, AB., B.D., D.U. l'ruf4'x5or of Nvfw Tr.vlan14'nl Laurnmrfl - x -.5:zf WV. D. JXKERS, AB., DID. l'l'of4'.vsnr of Old Tl'5flllHl'lIl Lllllfllllljlt' F J I. l. AIURRIS, Ph.H., HD., D.IJ of by-1'5fl'lIll1ll3f' Tllfoloy-y cn, 1D'77'faC,T'6'2" S. KIAXXYELI.. A.B., BLA., B.D,, Sfl' Proffssor of Rrligioux Edumliulz G. XV. Rm0L'T, F.R.G.S., IJ.IJ. Profrssrn' of Prvzfliful Thmlngfy fL6I1VE of absence? C. L. H.-XXX'KINS. AJS., BIA. 'l'lBfz'x5or' of Tfnwlugy and Bilrlr UAQE1adf'f+'r" , . NV. E. Pl.-XRRISON, AB., NLD. Proffsmr of Bibliml Lilrralurr .fl XV. D. I L'RK1NGToN, THIS., MA. Proj'r:.mr of Pradifal Tllrology XV. O. ALLEN, H.D., HLA. Q Profrssor of Hixlorifal Tlzmlogy Rfp .I3. 115 fx-E? l00 UlIxQB63i'I10'i000 lrvfk. J aioooaicnmoioso non Q "Q Xia! W 0" , , 4 " " ' ' f l : ' 1 A H' MP J .-.L l X 3 2-.IIIIIIIIIJI -"" I :L I f'I Z il -Q , ' 1-:IA k 5 'Q Ql ' l i ga? QW N 1 i- ,,,,,, 9- Lum sa v - E TM. IJZSNSSEMXF :XS E2NXX .- Q qi! ' Nw N x. R S Xffiji M M . Qlnntvnin . Bunk GDM ----- Uhr Qlnllrgr Bunk Emu - - Svpnial Brpartnwnta Bunk Efhrvv ----- Svrminarg Bunk Hunt ---- Gbrganizaiinnn Bunk Ziiur - - - Athlrtira Bunk Six - - - Evminiarenrvz Uhr Azhnriau, 1523 W Cuff .ZZ QA? Q ff' gf r .X . .1 Q1 .Alamy 41-X1-1 -1-mf -In-nn -xg -mznm.-urn.-Jxsmn .nn -my Sefninafy SeI1iOI'S CHRISTOPHER C. BEVERLY, AB., HD. SALITPA, ALABAMA Vmcu. L. K1Rxv,xTR1ci-L, AB., HD. MANSFIELD, OHIO G. PAUL KELLER, A.B., B.D. SNYDER, NEW' YORK 116 X Av-as 'T X .l M, N Uhr Azhurian, 1923 v,X x -:Y ,. EHR- ESDP iills- Emu-QIEBQ mug TMJ- -u..L-'-'-.IL 'mm-75Lu-x- 1-ugly LMXQVKQIU- -fx .6-3 , 1 , .Ea -,L l l W l-i l -'- kk I 41 377: 5. ' -'- X 2 ' Seffliflafy SCI1iO1'S JOHN P.'xL'L P.-XPP.-KS, A.B., B.D. XILES, 0Hl0 XV,-Xl,I..-XCE L. BQYCE, AB., BD. CARMEN, OKLAHOMA MCLQWRY Euzon, A.B., B.D. VVHITE. GEORGIA II7 fm gi but :mo ooo.5uuo5oao oma f I f fir . H X Elie Aahnrian, 1923 . .K Qi, m , W 45 .- 5- '5 -Tr...-x,1..i.1 .mum -Jrmmrax-1"g-J -Jr-rugx -1-ma -mmm --film--id-M -Jim'--4111 EEE I '- i' H ...W - Middlers and J-Lll'liOI'S of Seminary EARL P. BARRIER, A.B .... CHARLES L. BLANCHARD, A.I3 MRS. ,IEANNETTE GRLVBB, A.B. . . RUTH M. Hocmxo, A.B. . . NIARY H. LESTER, AB, . BASIL T. GSBORNE4, A.B. . . FRANCIS H. STR1EBY, AB. . . ROLAND VV. SCOTT, A.B. . . 1 will T8 . . YVilmore, Kentucky . . Ashville, New York . . VVestervi1le, Ohio . . Pasadena, California Rush Springs, Oklahoma . Charlotteville, Indiana . . VVilmore, Kentucky . . . . Toledo, Ohio 69-10. amo uocnianoluoo omm I , ! r 40 Q6 Uhr Azhurian, 1528 EIITQ GiD-- EEEQ i!J?b1P,ELEE11 gm-xc -Qing. Qlmfi, nanxg pigls- 111111 11 Q ' A"-Q ?'6'Cf VM 'Pl """'9if'81"Q Y R3l,.Yg,J'!" D1l'l.OXl,X STVIBIZNTS Asbury Theological Seminary XVirh the present specialized status of education, it is next to an impossibility to get an adequate preparation for preaching the gospel out of any college curriculum in the country. ln the days of Harx'ard's early history, it was not so, for among the decreed purposes of that early organization there was expressed a dread to leave an illiterate lie in the dust. Harvard's early aim was to make preachers. Xvhere in the world is there a college now so motivated? Yes, there is one. It is Asbury College. There may be a few others, but they are scarce. So, if preachers are made, if prophets are encouraged and inspired, the college IIQ 4b-nh ooa oso5amo5ooo3oma 1 ,Z 9 1-" Wiki 9Q.ou.mA'-I Q .J:o1.A. 0124-o I hr Aahnrtan 1923 a EMM 7 . If . W. ' W ,. 1 ,f ., 0 J '- ' nqgegmi r r..M.1.,' outa-x -was -,mm -xin.l1mI--una um un mm ' ,, , is 1: :ni t 3 3 TH E0 LOGICAL ST UDENTS of today does not and will not satisfy this demandg this is the good and suflicient reason for the theological seminary. The preacher should be as well prepared technically for his task as should the physician for his task or the lawyer for his task. Young men choosing these two professions do not pretend to get a satisfactory training for these respon- sibilities out of the ordinary college curriculum. They pass on to the professional school. Should men following these professions be more highly trained and efficiently prepared for their task than the prophet of the Lord, whose ministry is as immortal as the souls of men? No, by no means, no! Let Asbury Theological Seminary give you a good train- ing for preaching the gospel. will in 120 lOD ll.l.lGCls'ltif'10' OO0 ML 300 500-lQflOl0CO CQf' f ff I Ellie Anhurian, 15128 Ju it t-in 1. gt 5.1. I I s' ,fix s X iwsfi , ,, , , -Hi I I. rf' - .1-xv --Us.-pc 44' .fx T, V X A -A N X . I , ,.!fe-- t x -1-fits, ggg1'1Jg1g.Y-R, . . . M ' . - L., r. L kX , Af v I- l ' ' . I L: . ig,-'ef-KL it F Hebrew Students Vnder the excellent instruction of Ur. XV. D. Akers, the llebrew classes have gained in numbers and a h igh level nt interest has been maintained. The secmul year students, three who took beginning Hebrew here, with one added from Prince- tnn, have been reaping the been following.: with interest benefits of all the hard labor of last year, they have the deliverance nf the Israelites from Egypt. The be- ginning Hebrew children are still in the fiery furnace of unpronouneeable laryngeals, elu,iVe vaeabularies, of similar letters and dissimilar Cnnjugatinns. They hope to emerge, however, without even the smell of tire upon them. IZI IOD IllxQG005.fl10 0 on as-n. amoxmoogamosooosooa J' iii 5 Uhr Anhurian, 1923 sweet.. .v , -x n-1.11 Ji -ug-x -JI1l'1'IV 311 '1 -.rx -Julia -Juuw - -mild -Fiif-'id'-14 -'Dail Jill -'EE -e-- 15. gv if ,' gl 3 I g S .- - X - f X I f!g1P.-w?mes..9s,g:Iz.1-ff' ":s.'?.-fm?-9 1 i. ',:. e ' t 4-,Pi-1"tis5:t" K g,Qeg,5,,.x3,:yEq',v:1Q R i Y, ,ug , O Qgfppfo - , -10:19. Greek "l call that man experienced xxhose mind is strengthened hy knowledge as the hands are hardened hy laliorf'-I.'fu'ro. "The great things of poetry and eloquence have been done by men who culti- vated the mighty exemplars of Athenian genius with daily and nightly devotion." -Lnrti Bl'01lff!lllItllI. "No language can he called 'dead' which has immortal literature in it."-James Rusxrll 1.0-well. "Let no one he afraiml of the name 'dead' language. No language is dead which' perfectly conveys thoughts that are alive and are as full of energy now as they ever were. An idea or a feeling grandly expressed, lives forever, and gives itn- mortality to the words that enshrine it."-I'ixz'0un! lfryzr. "For the mastery of our Own tongue there is no expedient so fruitful as trans- lating out of anotherg how much more when that other is a language at once so precise and so flexible as the Greek."-Jamm' Russell Lofwcll. "Theology is a science and the mother of all sciencesg and, like her daughters, theology derives her terminology almost wholly from the Greek."-Dorewtus .-1. Hayes. The importance of the Greek language may be effectively shown in but thirty- two pages from Plato, which contain 178 Greek words used 1728 times, and which have 1450 English derivatives. - 122 IOllllllBDIt1.010' 0OG 011, aoo oooiomoiouoiuom If' if ,Milli ---W-- M If n r' ffm' Tn n n Q E Qmllk IW 1 Xu 4 W W Q I X fm w M 11 if 0 'U V 1 I' X, M , I EJ? N Y- MX f mf, NV 1. , l Tv: I M 1, J ' fQfqf11v7 'f'44 ,jf ' hy 1' ciy '35 ' I J ,lv mum gf j M an M1 w XXJ Z M ' X A 1' U' J AD? Z f ffQZ4Wf, ,M 1' fbrganigaiinnn ,uf ..u-,ww 'r, .u .,I ,I., ,I . , ' Aw." :-' , . , ,j ,wx -..'l'-.- .411 ,II- . 1. ,. - ' Gu' ",',"I- X- , I, II I fg'!Y1, ,I I 'vr-, -, Hr", 'f",.,'1 , -l'A'v', ,' , 1 IIM, ,. ug' . 'I ' - . ,,,. " A". I W-U: A H., ",'1,1 ' ,' " 1 -qi m, ' , III f ,, ' ..,I',,, , . ,, .w I' ' ,.,fI 441 , IQ.-I 'lx- -".x I '46 ' X .II , ,,, ,N -1' ,H ,,,, - . .I I' , fa I I Na ' , II,I,rHI . , II II -ru, .. I ' -xx : - , I .. ,- . ' If-A - . A IT. I I I, -",.' ' ', .II I , .rf ,1 , 15, ,g . I, I, I ,I, 1 , .l. -Lf, 1, . 5 -' 1 "', ' I ,- I I ' v. 'Zi-,, IN. II I II , I I , ,II- ., 1 " ., , ' 4, - - 1' I .,Q. .,,I 'A,I- III 'I-1 IWIIIII , 4 I: II, I ,.!fI,. , ' ,',l.., ,N . Q- ,fu ' f ,,,'Ii , -IN., ye, I -,,1, ., 'vip 1' 3, ny f - I., . ,HI ,I'IvI,IILIyfI,-f.,fJ.1I' 1 I ' M z -za. ' i',III .I,fgy1-'MI . ',I', -' ,'m 1 w by ' . .'-mrfuf-gf" I,f'.'1I ,Ig ,II ., A L1-syjg ,' '-Nun' 'gnu 11? 'mg vu, 'KV .- 3.-,,, ", ug ., If,I.If, II IIII .. f f'A.'.-'ff ' '. ,, , fu- -I.-.,, ,,-f II ,-'U ', ,,n,y.'I ,, ,V I, Ifzfp,-II1,,' Iff -',2.af.-,"' ' w. 1119 Aahurtztn 1923 471 time ' ck , Q XN x x, . N Q ill, - , X, X 4 I E.. mn. mme, rgrjgg, 1. gt-U .,. 3,-3.1. pil. I. , ,H.I.., 1.1.-,.,,,- YU em.. up 1. L., X. I. 359.4 ive -6.3 1 . - -9,5 3 5 l 3 1 .. X- f A 2, 3 5, X . . X Tdu:StudenbFacuhy Councd The Student-Faculty Council was instituted in the spring term of '27, having as its purpose a greater unification of the school, through vital contact with college problems. In facing' these problems the council endeavors to crystallizc and promote the most desirable phase of under! graduate opinion. The council consi ts of four faculty members appointerl yearly by the college president, and seven students from the various classes, chosen by a faculty nominating committee and the student body. In becoming a member, responsibility as well as privilege is involved, and spir- ituality as well as mental ability is required. During this school year the council has fulfilled its purpose, and wel represented Asburian ideals and standards. IQZYJZS FAccLTY Pxoressox Kraxyox PROFESSOR Lfuunrze Pxoressmz Naxxrvur, Pkoressou fiRAY Srcnnxrs Sfnior Rr'fvrrsr11lalifw'.r Fmxces Saxnvs BEN DUV.-xr, S0flfl0Il1fN'l' R1'prr5r'r11uIifvrJ 1Vl.uu,xx '1l,Ul0R SAMUEL HILL 125 W U if Junior Rl'f7I'l'5l'llflIff'1'l'5 Gsxevti MCGUIRE VVXRNER Tnomesox l"rrxl1nmn Sf'0IlJ0l' llxvm Surrufx' Atv-vo. 3001000-100056001001 f I ' 0. . 5 I fy 55 if A ,A 5 lj, , w ig ,I 'hr Aahurmn 1525 , . Q--' . c N02-' -:DX-G1 -1 P1 1-1 -ftuztafx --uma Qin'-1'-I -may -sxgxa -1-1-w -:mimi 1.31-if-U CLAUDE A. Lovajov Sz'0'rlary The Life Service Department The purpose of the Life Service Department of A bury College is to aid young people in securing an education under Christian inHuences. This department receives funds from the friends of Asbury College scattered abroad throughout the earth, and these funds are placed in what is known as the Self-Perpetuating Student Aid Loan Fund. As such donations are received, the money is loaned to worthy young people for the purpose of defraying their educa- tional expenses in Asbury College, No interest is charged on these loans while the students are in the institution. VVhen they have been graduated, or for other reasons have left Asbury College, they pay interest on the notes at the rate of 5 per cent until fully paid. The notes are expected to be paid at the rate of zo per cent the first year, 30 per cent the second, and 50 per cent the third. As this money is returned to the fund, it is again loaned to other deserving students, and thus it perpetuates itself through the years. Although this department has been organized for only four years, yet during this short period it has helped scores of young people to secure an education, some of whom could perhaps never otherwise have attended college. 1 2 6 S f !00 Ull1'0O01.010'i0OC - Jthfb arxa1oo'o.iouolou'0 otl1 fm ll-S 'C Tillie Aahurian, 1928 gd, kt , EKU H Q45 fren- 1cgcgc!pxfn1c '1.'gi. it ,El-'r-'u ukgzlhxtyg or-1-pls. xt-X-Km Xoi -'ti ' -C if-3 ' it A ,Q ,L I- 1 i I- - 4l I - -, ' if X-- . Asbury Alumni Association The chief means of communication between the graduates of As- bury College after they leaye their Alma Klater is the Alumni Asso- ciation. This organization, augmented each year by a generous addition to its numbers, meets during commencement week to formulate plans for the coming year and to keep in touch with the affairs of the College. It has been a source of gratification to see the interest displayed by the Alumni Association in the various concerns of the College. The endowment fund began by the Class of '26 and taken over by the Alumni Association, is progressing satisfactorily, and it is expected that much good will be derived from this effort on the part of the Association. It is hoped that the ties that bind the alumni to Asbury may grow stronger with the passing of the years, and that from this peculiar insti- tution there may be constantly recruited into the ranks of the Associa- tion groups of peculiar people who shall help to bear the banner of full salvation to a lost world, and be ll blessing in the sight of God. 1 27 Jhvn. auo onosonosouosoua fx A mm Azhurian, was I - A I ' V Huw, 0, fb I , nnuea- I fir, . , IQy5ur..1xn,r.1 .fx-ug-1 .Jung gpm., JU 21-1 .qggg qggglgg .ifif-rigg.-1 Aug 41,111 -AIU .,.- - gi - 1 r ' 4:3 l 1, w 1 1 I .- - ,f . COLLEGIAN STAFF Lmvxs, E1,sox, Kammz, BAUER, XVHEALY PURUY, ODFGARD, Emov, MOORE, KING IIUTCHEKSON, CIIANDLER, JOHNSON S'1'vlaR, PRHMRU, PIQRSGN, KQILI., Ckmvsn 1 28 30l .llL150Dl.0'!O'i00B ibinv ilOO 0O0NlQQ5l0Q0 CGl x f1k IW is Uhr Anhnrian, 1925 ,JX FIX- W., 1333. IJTHQ QQEE1'-.V gggjzl hr., 5: . 1. fy pil, 3-Q E 1 A X A eff, 'TA 4 git ...ij ,' rife 'Y W' , F1 ofwlll' q , -UQ ASBVRIAN STAFF I3L'Rx1zm.nm:, Kassu-R, Tnrmrwox L NICGIQIRIZ, :NI.1.R'I'IY Z7 . ' ' 1. PM Moss, Pnvrma XVIIJQY, Mnmuz, PE'Il'IC6RD m-auf," MCKIIHIEY, I'.xU.1aY, Mnmzx, PLTFRS, Aklfks fb 1:9 !lH lg X JF-db Zffzy he zhurmn, 1923 s ky' , 4! - " X swung? ,- " -- -g M4 qrmlgmzrqmm 41.1.1.1 parm Arm .Juni-Un Jcmr Qin: -firm 5 ---Q - ' ' N l Y f ' ' ' Ap' . - - , I fi. 'K fy , T :A 1 33 55 311 .3 COLUMBIA LITERARY SOCIETY BOUTERSE, FONTAXNE, SHIPLEY Presidents for 1927-28 x30 fm U9 lCU .lliQGOOl910l00l M JCOQOQQQQQQQOQOQQQ1, r 1 4" X U P Aahurian, 1523 SI M L - .. k . . .. .1.yL. x . Q Y? x gw ,, EXE UID umbiin Y fflil JG, A, ,3- Jowufme., Cx Q 3 An. w-L.. ..'5 S., .N I: 'JI 4 "1 ATI! EN I A LITERARY SUCI ICI' Y lIU'1'cnEr:sux, FISHER, XVIIE.-KLY PI't'J'idt'I1lJ for 1927-JS 131 1 sl :gn assumes Ihvfb :Amo .lQ!l0l0C05ll0'l 0'k.L . ,Ga 8.31140 ,bLgf,a-mfw-u-u- c,7f,'.E.Lc2f-i4Ild- nail-2r.LCMg5.frw.v-si mm 5,32 Gm Mmm 715 . I xx N a I Glhe 2-Xnhuriern, 1523 "ff9'F'gfgo e -5 A -:v amy .11 -uw i' "1 A 'fn saga!! ' JIMH Au 'nm -'LLM 'Jim -'lm-E! J . I Y Q, 1 HOMILETIC.-XL ASSOCIATION MINISTERI.-XL ASSOCIATION 132 :09 tlm1'uoo5sv nissan L 40.0, 3DG OC0.l0QOlOU05Q'Gfl , I , 4 . Elle Aahurian, 1923 :af-T n" sm, IFEX- an' I'-121541253-J-.f.J"l jaw , . W ' QQ? ff F K .x K .312 I l SYN EDRIA ST UDENT VOLUNTEERS 133 X Q EBU 51 4'x I 'Hy Q Uhr 3-Xzhurian, 1523 QEQEJE- " ,170 , :i f f ..,x,x.1,r .,1.1,m .fnwm .,,.,,x.1 .,,,x.,f., -,pppy -Apply ..1,1.x,yj..f-r:z1x 4153137 .ug-1 .,mL1 ' 4--is J ' A ' ul , ', f--J ,, , AU . X' I , 4 . . , I v f . :A .K -. k. , 'HK . ,F A-, -A I .W -I M ' , ., . I 'wg .: A -- . ,Q ' -:sf-' -- 4 ,- V ,Q ' , ff: Wy ' ' wg " .., hx- -' ., M Q. LV -, . ' , 'F I , ..I. EDUCATION DEPARTMENT RELIGIOUS EDUCATION DEPARTNIENT 134 3D0 000l0Q0i0C050'G3, fm X Ah-om 9 li, 1 Ellie Aahurian, 1923 , Er Emsmf-'L were of 4'-' L -- G ts.. 5. 119 ' -- an of 'fo if ,... at-,,, X S H30 INTERCOLLEGIATE DEBATERS FOfen5iCS in Asbury Such activities as public speaking and debating should and do have high consideration in Asbury College. For in the years ahead no body of people will have greater need to speak clearly and persuasively than those who seek to uphold the VVesleyan doctrines of regenera- tion and entire sanctification. To the end, then, of developing just such ability is the forensic work directed. The years past have built up an enviable record of contacts with the best debaters of the state and nation, this year we expect to continue that record. Such schools as Northwestern and Florida State University, as well as schools from Texas, Nebraska, Tennessee, and our own state will be debated. The policy, in brief, will be the training of the greatest number consistent with a proper regard for our standing with other schools. 135 X Irwfb UB U 3 f xr' ,, ,'1.. L ff if L 'hr 1-Xzhurmn 1923 I K2 MI 'I b ' nnuggei if 'li i..:x .1-Im fqig-1 fmxmi,-JL-1.x..l, ' -I ff ' jlubill 4'1'LdJ1 A- - V-I -'LUI-1 Jlakm' -'LEU -fEEE . 5 Q gs' 'S' ' ' L C ub ucy Stone Debating 1 I I " A . 1 G V- sl. . WF f Q gs, WA, ,., I f I , :g m ' A,- A V an .'- V -I H A , . 5 'f A ' -ik 'j i , :g. ,RIN-I VVQQ Z -I Q A 1 1 .. 3 W ff" .. W X ., Q I Periclea Debating Club PERSONNEL .ALICE CBDECARD LLXDELAIDE CROW' MARGARET RAWLINOS STELLA XIENRY QIRACE 'FACKER IVIIRI.-XM LARABEE .ANNA BIESECKER RACHEL RICHARDS JF.-XXI'l'.-X MAY HELEN XVINSLOXV HELEN ANDREWS DOROTHY FIELD ELISABETII HEIRONIMLS RLHIRII HIZVERLIXG I-IIJITII CROUSE NIR5. HOW HAMILTON FLORENCE FELLOW M.-IRY DLINAWAY HELEN VVILEY Es'I'IIER XVIII'I'EIIL'RsT PERSONNEL :Z I PHILIP CLAPP R A ' :Q -' I ' . F Xt ' , . r , T ,f XVILLIAM Duv.-ILL 'if . Q 'X . w f Ffa 62 .' r 2 MELVIN HYERS 4, 14 I. -. ' XI ' - I -' A - Q VVINSTOX ININO 1 Ig' " I .Ev ' EDWARD RICHARDS ,LI .. ,Am ' Q, CLIFFORD SERMANS 'J J' , 1 ' LEM.-XCKS SIORI-is 4 ' x ELBER1' MORFORID 4 I f " 'E 3-1, 4, X' - , 1 , 1 MELVIN jOHNsON 'Q , '35, Q . , , 8 , ry . ' 4 EUGENE 'I H.-XYER -. -,Q 2 'E ' ,F L' L95 "- Q Fl HOMAS T HOMPSON " NP Q I - 4 , Lg 5 uf CARL STEPI-IENSON A "I "n f" 4' I fx J GORDON BARNES f V, b ,Egg ,- H ' , W ,f, '-:,Y,':."11ggg3 us j A ' ' - JOHN COCHR.-IN ,W , '- - fy E 3' ' D, SLTMMERS CL.-IRR 5 Q 3 'M . K , SAMUEL CIILL 4 I , Q, ,'. ROY HOTCIIRISS A A LQN4 h. ' LEONARD COCIIRAN , - ' ' ' Q f A , ,. ' r -, Q RALPH PURDX . ., H I SOLLIE MCCRELLESS ' f' " if A 'Q' M- ' -f 1 ' " ' ' A -f'--G -- 136 UBS Q? soe umguoagnac oom 00 omogonoxiaaoioco ana ff I 1 ""h'x EIB TTU- 'E1m.JL- Eflfufx-1-'13' 51-L17 1.91.5 ,jj...L Y1.fL,LYY..' Y Vg- 5.3 V V Y. xxii F, ' ,1 . 'xi .' 1112 Aahurinn, 1923 ,MA -J YA.-a. . .1 b . -X P1i1zsuxx121. LL'C11.1.li S'l'ROL'SIi EL11,x111a'1'11 1i1..xx'1'11w MAR1:.-xRE'1' BURR H.-x1u11H'1' Hokxm' N1111. Owux l1ER.X1.D1N1i XV11.1.1.xs1s f'11kx's'11.x11E1.1.E Yusr H1e1.ux Cooxs Lucx' 1N1A'1'11Ews IIUE1. ELSOX MMU' ELLA NIOURF .-Xx'1'1.x C'11.u1x1 CAR1m1.1, RAxsm1 RLW111 1111.1.1s V101.1i'l' Ni.-XR'1'1N Y1iX1'1'.X I,1jr1x,xR11 BE'IVl'Y 111' G1..xm's '1'R1x1111.r GENEVA 1V1CC1L'1R1f INA K. XXVOOD Dmus S'1RA1D1iR V1RG1x1.x Dsxxwn 1N1ARn,x1z1aT C'k.xx1x1ox11 ,. x . GG Pbilomatbia Debating Q' , 1 E . . an , : X I 1 XA, if ,, 1 V 1 V ' , V . 1 X. xp ". f - ' 'H' .. . A Q. ' ' " mx: N' X- 1 91. . ww , X l 1 FQ Q xfx I - Ciceronia Debating Club P1f11s11xx121, 1711111 1ioL"1'ERsE Rf'1l11iR'l' f'OKY1Z1.1. 1 ' 1 x1.x11Hs C1 1P1'Q1-'PER -5 Q ' 4 Ru 1311f11l, 5 'V - 151111. 17111111-' h BHK D1 YA1. fr- -' 11fm'.x1111 1iI'.l.1.1ER N 1 5. 11.114111 1.11:11111111'1' ' 1111111.11 Mor1111 'HF R ' c W' N1.1,5c1x M1111R1-i , ff Y1c'1r11c Monks 113 -'N' 5 I 17 " " 1 - 1z.xx11 Alma 1 , ,' .1 Q I.1.0X'IJ OLSON ' P111 P1a'1'11c11R11 '1'kL'x1.xw P0'1'1'liR 151111. PRFMRL' N 111155 PR1'lC11.'XRl1 1 , 1 . - - A 11,110,111 R1a1m1f121zx ' . P.1xL'1, R11111' ' -vf - .- - . . ' ' ' , "A 7' 'I " R. Ix. b'1'111x1ix' -: ' -1 livknx 5114011 P XVES111' S111-F11 4 A. NV. 'l.0XX'XS1fNIl XV.X1,'1'1iR XV11.1,1.x11s 137 Wg Ab-nk amo oao.1ouo5ooo oon f 7' im: 'he Azhurian, 1925 nqqefbr ' fgyo .- 5 1571171 II Im .AUII .Jrmmf -J-J-U' ' " -'LU-1' ' ' -'LI-IJ' I ' -mmm --D1UfH'FfK1X -ui? -JTTI -11113 , , I 1 'Z 3 I E I l i H Sopbidelpbia Debating Henry Clay Debating Club PERSONNEL VVAYNE ALLEE XNM. J. BRIGGS 3 MAURIQE BLIRRIIOLDER D l'1AR'I'wEI.L CHAXIILER , 1 3' v I , V AA ,V ,Q " RALPII CURTIS '- , .I -1 - -as EDWARD ELSOX ' ' ' Q is. 'Cf Qi. ROBERT FILLMORE . ' ' V Q . JOHN GUY ' ' C. B. HLITCIIEREON RAY JOHNSON C. VVALTER KESSl.ER 4- V s 'S' I .Y NORMAN LARABEE 1. , A , 1 MARION LOVEJOI' ELMER LEWIS STANLEY LOXNELL 2. . . ., .1-lr' ' 9 4 .-A,. y f '99, . . N K ' gif ' 1 4 ! if I ' " A ff' 'S I J A. K. MEZICR I -A A BROOKS MOORE . PERSONNEL EOXITA LAMP RLYTII FIGGE CLARISE MOREORD IVIARIAN S'I'EwAR'I' EEFA HICRS ESTIIER ROSERELLI' RUIII SIIAEEFER IRENE NORRIS IALIDRA LAMP MI'R'rI.E SOPER BECKIE YEAGER EVELYN NIZUMEISTER ALDIE TIJRNLEY ELSIE RUSSELL QIESTA BELL ARMSTRONG NTARGARET AAOORE Rrm' IIL'c.IIEs LORENE MI'I'cIIEI.I. I-ILOISE TIIOMPSON CI-IARIS SIJNDERLAND HAZEL REED 'K X . it x R' A 1 A 4. Ax A A 1-IEW 3 A A ix W C-IIARLES F. PANGLE .M-E, A vis --. R IRAVID C. SHIRLEY ALBER'l' SMI'I'II ' . - N - V, . V 5 'Aj EVAN P' THOMAS 'ri 1 'T Q .1 , A S Y 5' Rv T' WARNER TIIONLPSON Y 0- VV. BLYTHE VS HEALEX bv , . gl WM. VVILEY " S ' , ' , , . ONORARY RIENIBERS 5 ' ' C. C. BEVERLY EARL P. BARKER 138 JU-vfk I hr Azhurtan 1525 , X x UYKEYP u IJ ' x m Q 9 A xx N, ' , s I , , , - fffk- H . ' EEE- UD- LEE-V mg-1, 1.1, 4. rp 1.1. 1. ug-kv, rg,-xx-g 1-U-Iv 1-J-.-ix T -- , V X , ,,1, ' ' N 5 5 5 I l 4:7 - -5 I I T 7 - -. X V-Q 76744 2,7 , in X 105 llIklBDD5.01Vll00O ,:.. . .ng : . , FRENCH CLL' R SPANISH CLL' IS 139 Ap-yn, amo oooiomolosmxumx 9 .N...,. . :SHGV 5, 1- " 4, -, mv. ' , I O , 1 hr Aahurmn, 1923 ng9e.4.-2 H JA A k igs f ' r xii' -in x 1 -lx-14-1 flxmx-1,Q!s.r1m1Y-'Jung --'Liga f-'Lili L-IHuqQJim.x.x JEEE' -'UH JEEE cw N20 1 GERMAN CLUB CLASSIC CLUB 140 I0l ilOl'BDOll.0'l0'50OQ M 300 000-lClQ0l0O01UCf' x 47' a f' can no sera T-LLLH ' 75- ' " ' -. -' ' - , an S Uhr Anhuriam, 1928 , A "' -'- - A - FL - . B - . 1-A - - -I- an 4 x X . vw: 5 X .7 5 U rffi' - - ' -r"" ..5-.'l-,--W . --- 'xii' 'i as :: :-1 F3 TV? LIBRARY STAFF OFFICE STAFF 141 l0l lCllBiI-859305003 lvnfk acxogoougoaosooosooi lfwx Uhr Azhurmn 1925 a 59990 f ' ' ". ff' , 6, , , 0 Lao! I -. .f fg r qgPg?Si I' S QQ-lr x- A " TH' ...nr A n In .11 -Lg -1 .41 ,Kid A11 -71 Pg -1 41-1 4 -1 IYSLLJII Dllblf -'Lili -'DUE' -'lm -flu B ?-x A. 14, -l . RED-HEAIQ Jfxpllvp BILL CLUB L . . JQQQWJ-gf' EEZ! 142 - R360 1 O 'lui Y ClEl0 00Cl.lllll0l000l0G3. F " Qifk K Q Y '- -x 7- 'mv-1-Y g-'Q'-L47 1-MM, -- - x. 1 1. 1. ,, PYX A N,-f rf- li l f --+:-- lr: " -- 7' ' ' '77 'f 'N' K, ,. 2 X 539 1112 Anhurian, 1923 A Qmk Ni C' 4 f WL PIE CLUB BROTHER AND SISTER CLUB 143 ,Hill 9 aos umgnsagmsognoo Ann- amo ooogomosomossom I P qEQm , H C5112 2-Xnhurmn, 1923 ,D Pizvgfig + 'mT'f'1'1'1 WLM JDJ :ww Jw '1':'u:i1' Qxixfm JHQIHL ' Jw? Cm E.-'EE Q STATE CLUBS Q 0 Jw' 4. 1 1 L uf fl I x , A I ' QIL! U,',A'.,fx,:"' I Q NWI", r,.4f s Hi f :V P, -ll 1, , 1 L ff' J J . I . 5 I , 1 1 ,.-.1 V, 'Ni - p -I x fmf ,1,?v, ,V . .J ,Il ,Nj f' r .. I f A 9 5 u 141.,.r I 1 IPX", J f , 4 1 KENTUCKY CLUB ' ' OHIO CLUB s L!v'.ul., y' I, KN , LJ '. -. , ,1 ,.""'J f V E 1 A i f I 1 ALI I ,,f" . I 1 lx 14 . , 1. 144- EEF K 1 I 7 i' + V 1 ' K X ' X , 1, x f ,JA Ann. If' 145 'NX V mm Azhurian, was ,,,k I wi f -' '- ' J -' 1- Ylzbkig Lau-Lf 4-U1-- 1-1--1-XQ' f Q fx I '- F -'AE 'S fi w A, A X . Y .A Vx M-.l.A,,: vf-pn-vw. .,.4.4r.., . A . . uf'N,Qn L DNS- ' , i L23- KANSAS CLUB NIISSISSIPPI CLUB I 45 S I Annu aoogoaagumosoooxooa ,UB U5 ', 4 1-5'-if Q all " ii " 5 , ' FJW F ff f X ' f , I' . I' I' 'F' :P P I' 454 r I' . 'V Q L . ,f Uhr Azhurian, 1923 4 BM! '. L I ' mroeg- .4 , , 51.3-1 .w..1.r .AU-1 .41.,1.'.y ..,,,.x., JL, .1 fl W, . , .V .-'.f,x,l ,..1E1...,g-UM ,mg Jun -mg W, -, ,,,. ,. , E LU-I ' fix Z GEORGIA CLL' B FLORIDA CLUB 146 MQ . lair. H.- 1 Y 0' f""'f1 sf A 'M 1 QM f fffpvifff W W r' ff Va ff lUU lUl1l6Q01.0'l0 00B M 3BO 0Q'0lOl0l0QO1QGfl .1 t 1. f . N M I hr Aahurmn, 1525 ,MJX EIT!-. KID-. 35111 Q15 nggg- Li'nL,4kI:jQii11-15,p'1v rm-ax? ' 1- X . h Qgggul Q L i L ,, . .- -- . M. 4 ! NORTH CAROLINA CLUB NEW' YORK CLUB T47 :on umguoag.omcsoo,u 4910, aua ooogomosoooxoaa 9 1 IWW , X V ' r ,N ff Cfihv Azfhurian, 1923 ,WBJE ,Q fi ,wuz ,,.,,,.3 ..1,M.1 L.,.,f.x., 4.1.1.1 Lum ,..x.g,mf l3EIaUf-'EFXIX -mm Jxfp -'GQ 1 l s :sr 4: I ,AE ,Q-swag MH' ff PENNSYLVANIA CLUB CALIFORNIA CLUB 148 lOC UllllO0O1.0'l0' OO'G lhvfk 3Q0 00'Dl0G0l000lC'G1 X ,Lf-jf'l,1 y Nw -X ' 3, 5.1. A , x m XXVI :W 1 W M fx, - ' - Y Ihr Aahurmn, 1928 Q X ,NJX b Q W Y' , xx W q Q- Xklk f f, ,, - -fy Y-L ,'- - - .1- if V v 1574 rl x ' x,g,f' " ' A , P ,- ' my - X. I' ------...,-,., -,A s V ' N----. .. , ,M .+R -..- INDIANA CLUB TEX.-XS CLUB I 49 S l IQU llllQ0O0l.O'D0'l0O0 Qqfk iMl0 0O0xlCQO OCOiCQ1 of fm fx gf if E,yl 7 H W .1 Ill I U 4 H nggg,g?A- A4701 ,L if im .Jac ax .1 U . S f Uhr 3-Xahurian, 1923 11 -4-xg-1 -fx-mil' -'Ln ' 1 -'1-I-uk -uma' -.num W-TZIQEQ-'M-1-x -:vnu AED -:FEE , 'li 5 ' 41 l l awp DAKOTA? RIINNESOTA CLUB NORTH AND SOUTH DAKOTA CLUBS 150 Willy 30C OllLil0Dl.0fl0'i000 Nm! 30010B'0.v.l0Q0l00'01C'Gfl. 1 '- Uhr Azhurian, 1923 eff f 1, lu .-: - ' ,fi -... , Uri' WTELL, 4.1.1-'-' Z' Fix Juni in-.u LJ.1.1g11.Lg5 g X 438 Mig fl! ' , ' 1' ini X, i' LQ ,-V-A X f -F , Rxxi?-vtgiff, 2- 4 1 4 I HHH '7'I41lnn... ,..- 1 .Y rafzlihll n ,r NEW' J ERSEY-DEL,-HYARI2 CLUBS AIISSOKRI-ARK.-XNSAS CLUBS 151 so , unasnosmsuou 0'-10. can M 000103112000 BUT' ' M Uhr Anhurian, 1923 nqqgQ,?n I Xnf....vxu.U, ,,1.1.m ...YEIH -4.1-,M .,g,X.f.1 .41-Q31 .4142 -:ULU -JUID -'EEE X K , J-ff A, X, 5 7' LE in 4 ff "4f,-"us, ff-ws E " H 1 Nw 1 Z ri' f x. 5 , . uc Z LOUISIANA CLUB TENNESSEE CLUB 152 fm my IUl OIl1G501.010'iU0!l 40-wk amo oao3amo.5ouo om1 9 f ,X Q , X' ' Ihr i-Xzhurtau 1923 ff U , , , gm HIL:-..EIIL Q, -- mmf'- r' 'GU ' - - ' 00 " ' L1 ' Y I ff? 1 -5 Y, 4 1' gait 5 J Q' ,i ,. g Q - vi! I I 'I ' .I ,,,,,,wMA, - sez 2' J' 8 ILLINOIS CLUB FOREIGN STUDENTS' CLI' B 153 Uligq, 000 080 0003061 m u. I .,....-,MQMQ 9 , Q f lg Eh? Aahurism, 1925 nuve4, fiwx, ' n ity , -1.1.1-r -Au-x -mmm: -aaa-1 -fu1J...w Jun! -quita! -xiii-ii-1-X -HEEEIJ -I --f 'TY ' -f NJ'-1-4' L " '5 2 ' I il! . fm .C iglllfa 1,1 k e' I . , MA, n .!"', ,M I K E iam WEST VIRGINIA CLUB MARRIED m1EN's cLL'B , 154- n W6 X , I ,x 1 ff v .:?ls - .,.VA-- .1-1 2 111- ' - ' CL Y 2 iii -E 4, : gi - E- i, , xg if A Qi his in J .u I I I 1 f ,lgrfm ga f X , ' ' fl - , wr 'Y - - ffizf- , ' In .121 3 CL. ' 5?i? y- - ,- .. 'X f H- - " ff x H f ' Q we v , f .iif-7-Yi A X Z' ,Y '- V Y- A? Athlvtira 9 'iff' w l W 'f x 38: K,- x rf 73. Q, .ff m Lg YI? 'few' sa XL Jgrx 'Qffs ff , Q-- -f,'m,'4v- MH -my A ,359 'rvzf V, --I. viii 1 X 131551 'f :Q f ai F1 Tl IT ng gs' 1 . w Q 3: 2 r. f-1 . er 1. ' v A lk 5.1: F45 H: .5 El 51 3- lif V. E. fx I: ffl : , mi' it it M 5. av: ri, Q. F: gs EL ,. I if' ?s. 'Q b E I 3? u I, v, e Yxr Q 1 . ,. . 4. -'v -Aw, f"lf,1 'M' 1' .' "-' - .1 . ' ' , 1' I ' 1119 Aiahurian, 1923 Ellis- EIDE EBU- '-1 's..f 35,1-yi. img., g-1-1-its 1-1-X-'gcfit-xml-7 L-i-1-Lv U-1111: i g T 53 i l 'Stl . 'x y ENS . iff' Ashury Athletic Association CUACII Y. D. XVIiSTI'lRl"ll7I D QUFFICIERS Bi1,i.XVi1.1ax'. , . . . . . . IlAliii. Run .,., Nfrsox Momua ..... Ilowiuum IIH'i'i'ixc:iaR , . Cotxcii. Rliixiiiiiks Essm H ieits llouyxxn XVius'rox M.iuiueE l4L'iutiioi.iwk 1NI.xRoAur'i' Moores Ifroiuixee Faiiou FRA N ii Moss l'l.XCl'I,TY Anvisisks ,....l' . . ll1r'Al'l'1',flif1'Ill . . . , SH Vr'llll'j' . 7wl'l'll5lll'1'l' RALPH C'L'k'i is II. L. Q .xmvnuii llmuak Mooizr Omen Y. 17. XVESTERFIELIJ Puoi-'iissox -I. H. Kiaxwx Ashury College does not provide for intercollegiate athletics. An intercollegiate program places the emphasis upon the over-trziining of El few strong :uid vigorous students and at the same time neglects the great mass of students who need physical training most. There is provided, instead, 21 program ot intrzunurzil contests that includes the physical training of every' student. The games :ire played between the classes and other organizations of the College. This gives to the training program a wholesome zest and interest. It avoids the expense and denioralization of college life too often attendant upon intercollegiate contests. 57 5 1 ann. aaa oaosouosoaoxnma I I ,PENIS I'1'XIifl ff l is law at Uhr Aahurian, 1525 P?9?D,Y -i -'IPI-111 lux I1L.L'LJ.aEI LLJLJ- Lia?--xluzl-nmlihf i!U1-AID'-JIID IIE . Af 'll I 4-fff' i ' l X XS-5 J. .J ,.,..,,.,. J.,-.... . .. .... 'W--5-g ,, 1 u 3 Q is es: Senior Basketball Team COLBY Kfluaz-dj, HBILLU i'Bill" plays a hard and aggressive brand of basketball. He is fast and covers the floor in an admirable fashion. XVI LEY fI"o1-uvznij XViley is a tower of strength, and his cool, deliberate style of playing adds much to the spirit of the team. He follows up many of the un- successful shots of his teammates, and converts them into points. CAPTAIN GUY KCI-nm-2, JOHN john seems to realize his great stature, and has made his long form come in for every bit of its worth. Almost able to reach the basket from the floor, he is uncanny in his shots from under the basket. ELSON Kl"um'a1-112, ED Fd is a very good utility man. He lights hard all the time, and it is very obvious that he is at all times in the midst of the fray. l"l.-XNIILTON fGua1-dj, "HAM" "Ham" is a good defensive man, and plays the Hoor like a veteran. He is one of the main cogs of the senior scoring machine, a regular "terror" on defense. H ETTING ER fI'l0l'1l'lIl'I1j, Howano Although this is "Het's" first year on the senior team, his services should prove to be a valuable asset. JOHNSON fGuarflj , RAY He fights all the time, and seems an almost im passable barrier to his opponents. STOREY KForu-nrdj, R. K. He gets over the Hoor with agility and ease. His speed makes i't difficult for an opposing guard to cover him with any degree of certainty. He is also an excellent pivot man. 158 'LEM Y Ioo asmxamagnawcioom Ann, 3Q0 0O0.lQG020Cll0GFI 9 I I f ll' Uhr Azhurtan 1528 pp . QNX 5 J , A l fl' esx , . KX A pf' x s l i . lt rm Hs- BHD? GUI'-IEBL TIF GKBQ LLLJ' -W M- EEBQTELJQYGE- K ' X- ti ' -fr ,cell A-Qauu Junior Basketball Team CAPTAIN QELASS fl'l0I'Zl'1lI'lIj. "BOONE" Dan is a fast and elusive dribbler, an accu- rate passer, and has an uncanny eye for the bucket. Boone is always "fighting for the glory of the team." B L'RKHot.n12R fGu1zr1lj, B L'RK Burk has an eagle eye for the netting and, given a fraction of a second to rehabilitate him- self, can be depended upon to send the leather globule swishing through the hoop. PoTTER fCrnm-Aj, PUDDER He is a steady player, a true passer, his ehoot- ing accurate. Pudder is always there with a smile, willing and ready to play. P L' RIJY I f'l0!"ZL'!II'I1j , R.-x1.vH A man who, when called upon, displays good passing, and his offensive work is good in gen- eral. A calm, modest, hard-fighting player. PETTICURD fFor'zt'11f-111, PETTY Petty plays a brilliant brand of ball. VVithout a peer in dribbling, and a dead shot from any angle, his worth can hardly be etimated. RIOORE fGu11r1U, SLIM XVhen it comes to keeping the opponents' score down, you can always figure that "Slim" has lived up to his name. Lovejoy I G um-11 j , joy He has been called on many times during the past season, and each time he has performed in a pleasing manner. REDFERN fGua1-dj, RL'sTY Time and again he has demonstrated his value to the team, and without him many a rough spot could not have been traversed. '59 Av-vo. 1-- . ll! of N I l l I 4 'fli 4 i italy? E I he Azhurian, 1523 mzvel V 0 , V -a fi' FW' -ax R-x 11 1 -LD ,J rms Q-'I'X'ljI -11.1-1-r.,t.131n swim lsrmzae-frm -mm Jun tm 1 Z I H i "l , f Y . f 'f at I , ' N75 X5 ., , . .Me gg : I ga 1 ..,s.,,j . . .1 Rf.-,agat t, .-: ,. V- ff:gi.1f?q5:-. ' 5 t .' WI: it., L Qty, ' '- 7' Qi Q:i??:igffQ5??3i 54 535516 :tv ' f . ' ix.: fsg:wfff'l'9ffk1L'i-., ',-1.11 " " 3'-VX nary. .gZ'm2'f2'-.f-'ifierjgat . - ,Ky .,, V H ,-V . ,,4,..,?.x, . eg ,t 'K , , , . .zf f.1'e.ge,'f vfwiwgvsgf ' ' ' . eww, zdwwv-'K Q- wo.. .t ., Y-1 1'r:'f' .flu ' l ,t we , ,. g M,u.,.,.f 4 .A x . V v 3, ' 7-' 1515,-F361',5di?a "fe X ' .fwfr zsvfifs e. ' . M. .S '1"afssS 1 " ' ,os X , . 9 f , 1 1 Ks:-. .. :':,- V.-, '. r ' - " l 9 I A ' t .. 4. l if l pq! V Z 5 -.gteftni 'I t 3 f ,U ' l - - f '-- 1 ' f' ,,V," A .. " we f . A fl .E ' 1 x , ...S W i It . l Q " ' 1 K :.,9. 'V E 3 E at E 1 4 . :" ' ii 1 1' ii-,':::.:.. V A S W ? Vs.. E N -I Sophomore Basketball Team -IONES Klftilityj, DOC A tall lad u ually assigned to the position of center. Ile and his teammates use the aerial method of attack, balhing their opponents. Doc. also hits the "hoop" when points are needed. CAPTAIN XVHITE fFor-zmf-111, GEORGE VVhite, the elongated blond, better known as George, has proved his worth as a basketball player more than once by his scintillating speed in dribbling the ball. He is a most colorful player. ARNOLD fcyllllfllj, C. L. He isa fast man, and is capable of doing very close guarding. Though this is his first year with the "SDphs," we find in him the making of a good guard. DLYRBIN fCUllff'l'j4, EDISON On the account of height he can spring the ball from under the opponents' basket. He is a valuable man, and lights till the last minute of the game. 'THOMAS ff'i01"ZL'llI'I1j, DA LE Thomas has played in several games and has made a good showing. He passes well, and plays a consistent game. TL'CKER fcllllfllj, "Tuck" He plays stationary guard well. He seems to know by instinct what the man with the ball is going to do, so he immediate'y tries to beset him and keep him from accomplishing his purpose. REED fForzt-fu-IU, HIRAM Somewhat handicapped by his small stature, his play does not seem to suffer from it. He is fast and always moving. His speed and agility on the Hoor are other assets. SHARP fI"or-zuarflj, LUTHER Sharp is a new-comer, but he is a hard and consistent worker. He has the genuine "bulldog" spirit, and is a valuable worker. His playing is very commendable. 160 will Q? I0i ll.tlB00l5.010' BO0 4910, auu oongauoinooioexn f It Ihr Azhurian, 1923 .. sm-e me-is-asa has I-we -i 'l' f- Fl'e5l'lI'I'l8.I'l Basketball Team I,mHTFooT KGIIIIIAIIQ. lAl.XRRY llarry is a guard of unu-ual ability. Ile sticks to his forward with leeeh-like tenacity. lle is in' deed a good forward who can break away from him for a shot. XVith suvh requisites he should be able to blaze his way to giory during the remaining years at Asbury. Enw,-xkos f1'i0l'2L'1U'lIj, FR.txk1.1x Ile is not only gifted in the art of dribbling and passing, hut is a good hasketeer. lIis tire- less effort , determination and optimism have fre- quently' instilled within the team a new spirit of "hope" when they were lagging. CAPTAIN Enyvxkns ftluanlj, ."kRTHL'R The long and short of it is that he knows bas- ketball, he displays his wares on the Floor. His prowess is not only confined to guard, but he is also very good at any position. KXSLOW KG11111-fll. Russia. He has shown great flashes of speed in the games in which he has played. Ile is a good shot, and should be developed into a good player in his remaining years at Asbury. EWING ffillllfllj, JOHN Although he does not display' all the ear- marks of a cage artist, with three years remaining he should be able to compete for a place on the first squad. Gwvx fClFllff'l'j, UCHICKENH He plays the Hom- well, offensively and de- fensivelyg his passing is accurate, and his shots have been reduced to science. Many a game might have had a different outcome had it not been for the consistent and dependable "Chicken" NOBLIN fI"or'zc'anlj, Roi.,-xxn Although a little man, he tits nicely into the "Frosh" quintet. He is a veritable whirlwind when it comes to dribbling the ball. He is lit- erally everywhere, mixing in every' play, and his contribution toward advancing the ball cannot be over-e.-timated. REEF fF0f7C'!Il'llj, FLOYD Although his prnhle does not appear on this page, he has a keen eye for the basket, and his floor work is dazzling. 161 X as-n. HHH' Q fees a n I as ' 4 ' G - ..Q' r,,,n .Mn - t fill' ' , n 4 l., ' - ,. pl . . 6 f 1 , ,N-7" fy- I' 3 vi li., ' 'L i l :WJ ' 1' 5 I l ' L . A 1 U1 'Ni +4 v " rx fi. V 0 .. I ,J f l ml - f -'rs -4 -7 .Z 1-,, v ,kai-nt -'.:' 2 .2 .,,.'.1vV . '- 35e15,':51-QLQ.. 5 fl I , . .V , 5, ,is -5 --1 - yr, 31,52 mf f- . K P w,. eg:--5 . .-'Nei - s he - f H- - ,, -. . . ' if-we ' ' 1 -A Ffa. LJ ii- '- Wvkgp . 3Q0l0G050l0iO0O U01 ' ,L ' 'he Anhuriem, 1923 sufq'e,2,.? 6,1 7- r 1E'Y.nrn-ra .Jx-1-gn -Jnum' 41-11.111 -J1rYd'iL VJLMIJ -FLLIQJQ-ifnm JIU JIIID -'EE . . .ug 3, Z 5 l g is 1 X Lv WXNQWHQ 7? . SIX SENIOR AND JUNIOR GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAMS 162 X lo-vn. I! f In-E? Uhr Puahurian, 1928 - Q ty' 5 Emir- EDR UE'-g ini? ,EL HJ-IL "EK.Lu-- ALL' '.l".K'L umm- Lau-xg I-L1-lv 1-F13 w- 'r6TYF11 'kTffjj, , 1 W - I - I 1 I Z 3' ' ' 'A ' X I A ' 1 X H fi u g -1. " 1 Lfg , ini. ,, SOPHOBIORE AND FRESHMAN GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAMS fm 163 7 if has auo ooosomosoousnmm, 9 , ."y i 1 Uhr Anhurian, 1923 g - my A 'l, A X In 0, I .1 ,uf f , U 1 J . 1 1-' ' ' , l'QQ'B?.,:x 430 .- f A T! -mx-um -fum-1 JIW111 -'L'.14L1" ' f'1'Y4'l -'MD -num -34115,-'UV-l'X -Judy -4.111-fflUE ' :?Qa,sP:'i. QQTEQIQ , V 532554 rf: , Qi Ag 562:51 . ,., L VJ - --,wif 3 5 X ga, N Blix J 'M 2,531-r - t. Q fklfxfxf' - x .-Xl'-P ix .BQ ,k'c,3-- , W X x is a ,Q W-Mp. Q C ,Q ' 1 , ,X -- Q 1' 'lg Q -A an 455 ,. 5 ' in L P I ,axgix . . f2wf1,g-QSQS f SENIOR, JUNIOR, SOPHOMORE BASEBALL TEAMS 164. :ensuing-uomgnno' oon Ann. amo as'a.1omu5oom3n'mr1. my rl' 'he Azhurmn 1523 W. " ' Mm 9 XJ LF XX X L Kg., , EIB- mix- uns- mus lim.. manga m-x-x-+ S- UML- f'70'E' Y1 -saw A w ffzu ' 1 w 1 TENNIS SNAPS 165 aoa ulmxuoagfv-poison , lbvn.. acxaxsaognnmogouo noi Q2 fww "S 54145- , Irs, 1 u ' "NY -.saga in-PPV -I . I G Elite Aahurtan, 1523 llglml "' r r r o to e ng13F.g,?A ,gm 130 ,fl Y ff! -in -,xii-1-1 Jilgix Qilug -1 -:Linux -UQ? -J ,-Lifl -din? -:UIQ -'Eg :ff e --, +5 if i l . 'J f 1 ff,- l f . vi., Y st, . 'YQTT ...gf Jonxsox, BCRKHOLDER, Moorze, Lewis Trafk Lftler .Mm Asbury College Field Activities The history of the annual field day in Asbury College is almost as old as the institution itself. For years it was the custom for the Marathon aspirants to come out without any previous training to participate in the track events of that day. A great number of these events were held on the old hard limestone highway. In the last two years there has been marked development in these field activities. A new circular track has been providedg training on the part of the athlete has been instituted, and a greater number of events has been added to the program, with a greater number of competitors for the honors of each event. This development has been accentuated by the desire on the part of those in charge to provide clean, whole- some physical diversion for the constituency of the institution. 166 f 5 ICl 'llvlBOIl9'!Wl00O M 3l0QQQ0NSQQ0 0GC1CQf' ,w w ' , J X 1 A ,L W i 1g TR X Q r 1- W Nw . All -in ,X Vx!! mi 'A Y ' WA ,V 11 XX xtxx KX ' w XY W X , fi ' 1 WN W i I ni X Q 1:1254 ' -if 'fy' 51 " , .- 'X Qirmininrrnrvn :Q-Q. -,V 1:3515-i,-1.,'.. 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' 1..,H:g4 I'-H. up ,V ' ' -'Vnfx .-,,, 4 , A.. 4 , 'WV 15. 5 ,, . V, W 4.-.-' 4, VV V. -4 ,U .V In 2.4 4.V Q VJ .VTVH4 . W. . V, V .q.3.-- .V-C X , ..V.. 4 -V.. N" U14-' ' V',4 V 13 5.1. X' ' . 1' . VV,.WM ' 'I 4.-,. .v, X . . .V'.--I V R Vi ,.V.,. V y - IKU'1'..1'wf..x 'A ,V mx, ., K.,- I . Vi,-' V4'-'VJV1 .1 - .- 'V"3e.-'lv 4- V .V ,gk rv... V ...yu mtl:-WI, V , rm-NV... Mm . 44 'W I' ' ' V ,k1"v,u-V,,V4' 4,',-V, . , 2. 'VV',,., ,V V L V .X . ..V, 7 4 V.. U .yl av, wi." -'f' '-' V .,., IIA. 4.1, ..," .V .4 U x x V V ,U-'2 4 I hr Azhuriam, 1923 PA l -177 : 1 17- i 7 I 7- 5" , - - -1 '- 1'-' - '- '- px-1,151 x-'ifl-rg - - ' LA n ' s.-'1 ,gg " n' V S s 0 ,-,., A 'H N ,w KL ! xi xxx 'J' : 3 . um -' """v ,-- -A -, i -f A--,.... ' 1.12123-ff, f3,5-w. af -- .4 1 , qu 'K JU ,, ff 1- P ' - fa, ,- V 4, T Q-'aff' ' x:'Q,.gQ5i,i MT. CARMEL, "BABY ,xsBURY" 169 i9l llOxlBOIl010lf!OO Q-dk JQO 0CO.l0flD200Ci0Q1 X s. Qkiiif '1'f'f37?tf5,'5?y?"f'F' 1 - ,, ' if J' Flhr Anhurizm, 1925 I ,,.' 1 ,ff f' .-' 5Fg.?:A' ' 2.1.1.1 .,X,,,,., -'um-1-iimu imimj-,Un -:mmf AUD -'Egg CLEAN-UP DAY 170 i00 Olll00O5.fI'!D'Z000 Minn 3l0 0Q030Q0i000 0G3 Uhr Azhurian, 1923 X SLWM- Eg.. QZQ.. HEL, 1151511-f,LEg.., QE.. ' 1.1: 1. g. 1'p'f.'lx 1.1.1. pg 'gmpw 1.gg.1s. L1.'ux4 1" Q Oqff l 1 5 l - 1 - ' 1, J X N -' A x .X I ' 1 .W 3. ' 1 . Hn N --uf , 3 H' f 1 1- 5. . . Q ' ,tb -L: . A if x A 'EL M ' , gf 5 is M - 'EH A L A1 L-.K n ' ' xr , 4 ,,. - gs. I 'Y .Y vx 1 l l. -I Q. I h V A H ' . . -V J A b ,X I. 1 QQ -j A Ki IQ ' , av ' w - '. 5 pi J .1 V LLL- ' e, 4 'P ,V 'EX T 2,74 - 1 iw ? ' ' X : .- . f' " " , k 4 H-0 ' N 1 . . ,. ,n I ,,44,i., v, W X ' 'I al lf .1 7:1 A ,Z-f' ,, N., - --f-4 '4" Ny, X - .N " - 2, x' 'A . M . W I . -'vu tl . .. . l..' 'Q A .. , .,, , + 2, 335 1 J E I N -1 4 . 1 , Lf 'Sf' B Xu I. ' A 1 X .... 5 A l 7 0 . ' ,X 'F , . ,,, 1 7 Q Q'.5.y.'N15"- ,.,..,.'..?,,. -- . yy rn, Q4 -. A - ,.,W,. ..c . - 1' . W 'ffi-Q K. .A , .J-x .f,,,p -' , Mel., 2,915 -,if , .,....-.. ,PKI . 57 a 1 K .f 7 3- 1- ,- rt U ' A Q Y ' s ,. I L 4 ' ' 'V Eg x ,s..v' .' Qs ,., ' ' "' ' N- . , -' 1,'w',-. ...f If ' . P -.. ' .. . ,Af a " CLEAN-UP DAY 171 lUO1!lU'.lO0J1010i000 ann. aao amosomosooosoon .M - --r E W Uhr Anhurian, 1923 41 4 - ,, fb Q -JXjqXr1 .Jxqq-1 -i1'7iIf4'J.J.LI"' Jun- -mmm V-uma,-ufn Jud? AD? -'ml - A' 7 Y COUPLES I72 X JF-10: w ill 6 , f xx' Ellyn I-Xzhurian, 1523 M i w WED-xL "EII1TJ- .Gma- l l I 1-4: l , , Lf.: - Y " '- wx . X XX , XX G In 5 ' in ,Ik X , I g11.n,i53gg.x.g 1.79 1.1- 'LIMX4 Ki. , lf, - Y , ,. 5 G. Q 1 C51 G1 X fr Z 5'Ei"4Q-A Q L.. if-M". 119 U , 'fi lv.e,g5 33 . .4 gigfvfi' . f F' ff' M ,... ., Q5 I ' f 7 I . .M ' -0- v " ad, v . iulgulmissoepmaosoou PALS '73 4510, amo moogomoioso omm I X Uhr Azhuz-ian, 15123 .. I I 1 I, , i r w.,99? ' :T f -1.1.14 Jw., ..m,mg4,x,1,1-1 Jun Jmm -mam -Jun,-'Un -an Jun -fan If Y W 0' es I 'X J 1 - - -- ,.wf"'3 is wiht FIELD DAY 174- fm 1Ul Il.lGODl014l'lOOO M ilQOQO00NlClQ0 O00 0Q" 5 Sl' 2 i X A' X in 2 Anhuriam, was , EIB- SED- mmf- ffffh- .Liga Eng- -any-, mum- 1-Mig L-E104 BTYTMY X. 43 ?? sfggc " .J 3 zgiqphgk ' N 'Pf?,.c' ,Z FIELD DAY 175 fbi? 4510, 9 Q XZ' qfS""A"'-f , ,Q 1 E 0 29. 4 1 vqqgf.-:iT N7-.Iii -x 421.511 ,TYHJ '- LDL! --LIBTHJJQ-2 ' EXE' an XID N Uhr Azhurmn, 1923 . I - .Q .- 1 'V' In 1 , X K 1 s , .,,. W, , --QW - S" K? J IV, :'Q 9 , llllll 5 I ', , 3 Lg! M 2 1' , .-!'fQ.f xw W L I A:k" :"A,P if 'Ti "'V: 1 ':" ""'V" ' A "V, 1 :iff RN , X Q TOC ETH ER FREQUENTLY 176 aoo lnlgsaagnsosoon Ann, amo mnoganolouoinmx I I IT'-Fw "fx ' . Fllge Aahnrtaxn 1925 ,A . Qxx Y"""Q . 9 , W X A xx A- 5 , Y Y Y K,-'ff - . QL -. n - L rg. .'.'.'. 1-gggglw - Ig - x - x. 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Uhr Azhurian, 1528 4, bam! 1 Q -.g.-xx. .MX !:Jqg V: , -.,,:' ...:3iX,.,n' - - ,L 'vf if Xxx 1- : ti ' . . , ff I 81 ,0U .llxiB531fi1D OOO N APWYK 300 000lGQOlO001lCfl Sf KV Emp Azhurian, was X W .ff U, v 7 " - ' YH nupx-I -1 -11 1 -ebxu'-x Q1w1v.x'1 .Jr.Y,1n, -highly --'PLE -JDIE' -JUD -IKE - I 'y V Y U H S - W - - I 82 nosunxuoog, sw oon Ah-10. auu oaneiomosoem omx, Ellyn Azhurian, 1925 PA E!IXvfIDPY31D- mmm Hin 'mmf 2131- ,f-I-mx! I-I-1-Ik' - - V s ' ' " ' ' 13667 f' 4 " ji! fgfggj, A ,gg,g2i ,F f ki? T, ian A I. J ' 1 ff fi i 'T' 5 X H , DATJLONIZEA My 34 M - F , Oljb, My , , faq! -' XX Z xl, tb' ,395 .L-W W 1 , IEVQ , 1 3,44 fi. M if - 1 ,I ' '1ji4:: ,j .QA yi. Mfr' mf fff, ' - X -fyf-I .,4,,x:1 - Lf , W wi- ffwffi f, ' , I X X1 ,nz .ff W Ahuvrtiff Iiillfllikl 183 Ab-wk vmvntn I Uhr Azhnrran 1923 HMP I f A , , ae i T219 ' 0 ' ,. '. I , ' - ,fgor I fain .MU Jim Juusralrnzn any -all an an cm rm fa gzsgqli ,0-- H 1 ELECTRICITY THE NEW HOUSEHOLD SERVANT Electric power, supplied hy this company, is relieving thousands of housewives of such domestic drudgery as washing, ironing. sweeping, and wood-fire cooking, and providing comforts and con- veniences in the home un- dreamed of a generation ago. One hundred and eighty-five cities, towns and villages now are served with electric power hy this corporation. Our singIe aim is to provide excellent service at a fair price. KENTUCKY UTILITIES COMPANY INCORPORATED X IH!IUIlm o Q00 0 .itll Uhr Aahurian, 1523 I I EW I X QS +1 i I i i i eix . V A , Q EII1 CID EHS- EJf1iPf.M1B'-- AHA Cm- 11- .L-.L'-1-.tb E1-x-Ls-T11-JC, 1-UAIM Imnxs- GTTYGL g.,'f,'1 t if Ai 2 1 1 - :X x ' fx, 2. To Faculty and Students of Asbury College 'lihe best service possible: we consider none too good for our customers. 'lihose wishing to establish relations with a strong bank, we heartily extend our service. WILMORE DEPOSIT BANK WILMORE, KENTUCKY Four Per Cent cn Time Deposits IF IT'S Lumber, Hardware or Building GLASS MILLING CO. Incorporated Manufacturers of the Famous Material BOUQUET FLOUR. MEAL AND MILL FEED YOU WANT. SEE US "Standard of Quality" JONES-SAVAGE We Handle All Kinds of LUMBER CO' FIELD SEEDS. FEED, SALT Incorporated AND COAL Wilmore. Kentucky phone 614 GENERAL CONTRACTORS 335 E. Main St. WILMORE. KENTUCKY Quik Q K ,7 ,w ily - j!'lAAA,!'A!VL the f..- xf ef' jr' ,Al ,,1 ,fu 'I 'fb l ,Li ,cw . , K ' i ."--Verve Est f-Wfwva MM A 'iAfv4-vA ' Wwiff- fiwwrvt r' 1 , '. 1'1" . ,,, ,,r, 1 , 3 - 4 ,L " K L ' J 5 . 1. x , W 1 .xt ,. f , R 'HQ hx , 1 x x Ll-I 9 Qi CII 1 Q :r: Q NS I if A nl I' f y Q ' I 1 If Q- f N7 Duma . U : Tig Glhe Anhnrian, 1925 1' - ' -' wi C gf " '11-aa 'Uma aw ME Am 41:1 EEE I ' f A A COMPLIMENTS OF Plumbers Supply YOUR EYES Company HAVE THEM TESTED 1 INCORPORATED BY LEXINGTON. KY. SUPPLIED DR. C. W. BURKE Optometrist I Xi' Plumbing and Heating 'V Material X I . ' FOR 'I-HE NJA New Morrison Memorial lf? Library ,L I I3 x xl v JOHNS BUILDING IO8 NORTH WALNUT STREET LEXINGTON. KENTUCKY MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHILE IN LEXINGTON VICTOR BOGAERT CO. Incorporated STANDARD SINCE 1883 Jewelers and Importers 133-l35 W. MAIN 31 AVENUE . STREET ' Le Bogart BRUSSELS, BELGIUM KENTUCKY FRANCE .X 4fP"l'0P fligle ' X - I X. PMI! I gm- gn, Ugg. 1153, E 5.1.1. ',.g,',i1., -1.1.1. IL, 1.5 .1.,'ig,-1. ILL I. +I-, in I. 1, 1.4 -I , cf! X x ' - I I 1- . S ' ' X ,fs - 4- -ff sb Uhr Azhurian, 1523 OLD FRIENDS ARE THE BEST WILMORE DRUG COMPANY Herriford's Store Offers You Quality. Service and Courtesy in DRY GOODS. NOTIONS AND SHOES G. T. HERRIEORD Wilmore. Kenrucky ASK-INN You Are Asked-INN Io Enjoy Our Delightful Dinners Orders Taken for CAKES AND SALADS WILMORE, KY. COMPLIMENTS OF R. E. DEITZ Fine Groceries SERVICE QUALITY ITS HARDWARE PAINTS OILS STOVES TIRES VARNISHES HOUSEHOLD GOODS LINOLEUMS H GROCERIES H ANYTHING FOUND IN A FIRST CLASS GENERAL STORE. Try fohn P. Rowland 6' Son Phone 617 100 E. Main SI. WILMORE. KY. HOLMAN Phone 71 1 '35 MARKHAM DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS FRUITS AND CANDIES WE WELCOME ONE AND ALL-YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS M1 Cyl? Ab-on. aoo1oao..1amo5ooc3om1 My fi-f Ellie 2-Xzhurmn 1923 9 . M - 1 "Tariff A ' of V ..f ,f nanny.. ago, f .V .nor-x.xYJ .,. .,.f. -.m,13.4uj,,53L.,1mUj..gr:z1r Egg I1 mm I I 'Ti -Z Z E H S ' i SAVE WITH SAFETY REXALL DRUG STORE SIMS DRUG "For Asbury, Always" STORE WILMORE, KY. Lumber Yard Planing Mill Known for Our Low Prices COMES THE FAIR LUMBER K, Visit Lexington's Most Incorporated Popular Shopping Place I+ I The Farr Store LEXINGTON- KY' Where ifou can obtain up-to1-the- minute styles i Ready-to-Wear. Millinuery and A c ies at low- Contractors Builders est pun X ClQ0 0O0.30Q0i0CO 0GFI Uhr .Z-Xrfhurian, 1923 MAX it Elf- YFDE me Lumber and Building Supplies SMITH-HAGGARD LUMBER CO. INCORPORATED Building Contractors LEXINGTON, KY. Correct Footwear Styles for Men and Women A Style for Every Taste A Fit for Every Foot BAYNI-IAM SHOE CO. Home of Florsheim Shoes LEXINGTON, KY. , LACQUER ... ENAMEL If you are a lover of beautifully decorated furniture and wood- work you have a pleasant sur- COIl'lpliITlCI'lIS prise awaiting you in Foys Lacquer-Enamel. of This new, improved finish works like magic and dries with , a smooth satin-like lustre in AIhlCIlC Goods about three hours. Can be had in IZ beautiful Friend colors, also in black and white. The Foy Paint nk Company CINCINNATI. OHIO Dealers Everywhere X 010: : I ', f wi rv' I Ellie Azhurian, 1923 - 0 wk V I L, Q-,x.r,x,,1 .11-U-x -aiu gum-1 -Imusgucmxa Z-.UKBQJLIFUI -:EEST AID -e113 "'- -'E :gs 'l Z" 2 I H f I COMPLIMENTS OF CLAY-INGELS COMPANY, Inc. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Builders' Supplies. Face Brick, Common Brick Hollow Tile, Etc. Building Specialties 347 East Main Srreer LEXINGTON, KY. BRYAN -HUNT COMPANY WHOLESALE GROCERS WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR SUN KIST BRAND CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THIS BRAND B. B. SMITH 8 COMPANY Correct Annarel for Women and Misses Z64 WEST MAIN STREET LEXINGTON. KY. KINNEY'S SHOES FOR COLLEGIATE FoLKs If it is New We Have It LEXINGTON. KY. l45 W. Mai Compliments of HAMMEL'S Incorporated OUTFITTERS TO MEN AND YOUNG MEN College Music Headquarters THE' MUSIC SHOP LEXINGTON. KY. EVERYTHING MUSICAL Av-vnu Ng 9 C ISE? I C I . 0 Cu-:ul-D :f+LT"- -4- wg Y x' Uhr Aahurmn, 1928 1 fr ' I .. L -nu. " Tl'i ' g:-EQ ., LW ' F ,rf-f -5 1 U, ,. ,. fo T rl I ,f fl ' - 1 03 H H, A ' CI-IILL -if Ml f ff W f d 796 d-ocftoi '4' f,70d07d TC. ,Y'f7 ' Q ,,,pn.oL-IF-S JOHN T. GILLI QQ. yl 6523 A' PU" vc-I'-5 X J F 'fs c-rv-D VD Architects F- Slp. Jtp.-IPD' UE? qS SUNDAY SCHOOL AND CHURCH SPECIALISTS . Ci'--4-:ff-SD-'Q'-v ,, 5-I.. 257 f ' " fjz H exingyznfswixizwt Store CATALOGUES PUBLICATIONS M J Coats, Suits. Dresses, Shoes BOOKLETS STATIONERY 417 Furs. Millinery, Furnishings The Commercial e 'Xf' 5 . . ,lf F ,j0'.,'., 1, 1 Pflllflflg Co. E, M. GLASS. Prop. 224 ivflul-Jin St. Phone 3898 Lexington. Ky. LEXINGZSN' IjEfU-UCKY Printer of the Asbury Collegian one J DR. S. P. MOHNEY Clzfrofractor GUARANTEE BANK BUILDING LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Jw-vnu QQ610G0lQG0lO0OiQQ1 T'l' I f' , IE-Fw l Q , E Flhe Aahurmn, 1923 0 - .,," if 4 y bl , Y Y ogg-g.g.?V .I 5 px-my ...ix 11-xg -1,1-xfuru-41.11141 -:mum -:EEE imma -111111 Jam -lull -Im! E g,- f 3 W. T. SISTRUNK '25 CG. INCORPORATED Wholesale Distributors Fruits Groceries, Confections Largest in Central Kentucky We Feed Asbury College LEXINGTON, KY. STUDENTS WELCOME! The Superior WOOIQI1 .YQ,?,iiI1Vl "'?.TJ1- 'i:iz,.,:3':q:q:f::r.i: Companl' Ill 1' lliil'+'UIlYll'ill1S:'lllllb lcniiiiiail 'tl tl t -Lizlilsliwiganlilil what they want NOW LOCATED OPPOSITE PHEMX 1:13 EAST MAIN STREET Mitchell, Baker S5 Smith LEXINGTON. KENTUCKY iwcoiwofmreo . . . 230-232 W. Main St., Lexington. Ky. "The Quality Department Store" 835.00 ana uh i y ARMY GOODS HEADQUARTERS Gooo EATS sooo SERVICE MEN'S FURNISHINGS . . . . , , I Chill-Chill Sport Wear and Work Clothes. Riding Habits for Ladies and Men in Stock and Made fo Ofdff Ideal 'Lunch Room See and Eat for Yourself CORNER MAIN AND HILL Next to Woolix'orKh's 5c and l0c Store X 4QP1'0v ,W hig Ellie Azhurmn 1523 C -' .L 1 .119 Q-.t . . . - .' ' D . - ' .-- yu -'CHILL L54 L-.XCCZDL in ,,, ,L . N Q Em CID U33 F1112-'C-, - - ' -rg - -' A P Maescher '55 Co. Crescent Brand Hams, Bacon, Lard CINCINNATI. OHIO . L . IAS I SIMPSON BROWN Y. Wll l IN Simpson-Willis Lumber Co. Lumber and Building Material CONTRACTINC1 BOTH PHONES-LLICKY I3 NICHOLASVILLE. KY. THE BEAUTIFUL TONED BELLS In the Belfry of the Administration Building of Asbury College are DEAGAN TOWER CHIMES Donated by the Class of 1928 AND PRODUCED AND INSTALLED BY J. C. Deagqywrgc. CAMP SYCHAR Ohio State Camp Meeting Association MT. VERNON. omo AUG. 9-19. 1928 Beautiful grounds. with splendid ' I p plv furnished by .xrtesian ucll. Hotl l tories. d U0 len! arcommodatio A t l acre plot furnishes b dan! spa lor parking acrommodations. Acrcssible by B. U O. and C A. U C. rail- ways. also by good improved ro ds. For information write Rev E I' Shilt Sliadysidc. Ohio. Workers JOSEPH OWENS E. W. PETTICORD C. M. DUNAWAY KENNETH WELLS AND WIFE Song Leaders Young People's and Boy's and Girl's Workers Miss ANNA MCGHIE Berteau and Ravenswood Aves. MISS MAY C- GORSUCH Miss OLLIE. TANNER CHICAGO REV. W. L. MULLET, Song Leader W. W. ROBERTS JEWELER AND oPT1c1AN FINE WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRINC AND CLASSES FITTED To All Defects of Vision NICHOLASVILLE, KY. MUNNS BROS. LEXINGTON. KY. Blue Grass Meat Packers All Packing House Products Patronize Home Industries 300 000-108020001011 X ann. fw A Uhr Azhurian, 1923 51 -I1 W elwemsiw au.,-a.e1 AEI-E' ein..-fffm 1 my '12 KU , , DENTON-ROSS-TODD CO. Lexington's Leading Department Store Our Six Big Floors are Brimful of Fresh Seasonable Merchandise at the Lowest Prices Consistent With Good Quality Ready-to-Wear Millinery Mens Furnishings Lamps Domestics Underwear Silks Curtains and Draperies Linens Rugs and Linoleums Housefcrnishings Chinaware Glassware DELIGHTFUL SURROUNDINGS TASTEFUL FOOD BLUE RIBBON CAFE SI-IAKERTOWN INN THE PLACE YOU CAN ENJOY Shakertown. Kentucky HARRODSBURG. KY. Ask Bouter-sc and Petticord and Their Friends As to the Quality of Our Food WE ARE ASBURY'S FRIENDS SUIT or OVERCOAT ' v .F MA E TO ..L 1,3 MEZSURE I New Designs Honest Goods 5gggQQ9ggA3ggR1Nf ERNEST BEVERMAN Jos. c.. HASTELL Y ixii 'Mi Hastell Tailors BUTTERS BREAD BETTER 1122-1123 Provident Bank Bldg. THE MIAMI BUTTERINE C0- CINCINNATI, O1-110 CINCINNATI Compliments of TRENTON, N. J. X me-0. ,W illy ,tl ' ' I uf' Uhr Aahurian, 1523 7 Ugsqns ufmie ,QAQLY ILQ-Lib rgx-r-.Y x-LLL-. Ygqmxc- ' w s ,G-1 ' L H I 'F - L S A - C B U 1 0 t a 5 R A o H T T W I O F I R c Y M 5 A U T P lg! E P R L I I U U A E CINCINNATI Sl'll+lN'l'll"ll' COMPANY L S 7208 I0 WI XIX N'l'Rl'Il'I'l' FINCINN XTI, OHIO S Savoy Foods Whether it is Fruits, Veget- tables, Fish or Condiments. the Savoy Label proclaims the high- est accomolishment of Mother nature. Human Brains and Skill. oRDER "sAvoY" FROM YOUR GROCER STEELE-WEDELES COMPANY Founded in 1862 ' A DO YOU KNOW Newest Books of the Best Authors All Styles of Bibles and Testaments School Memory Books Fountain Pens Every Style Gift Pencil Fine Stationery Framed lVlottoes Engraved lnvitations and Announcements In Our Retail Store and Mer- chandise Department Prompt and Efficient Service Assured THE METHUDIST BUUK CUNCEHN Founded l789 420 Plum St. Cincinnati. O. fv f" ' .f x44'Q15,f,,ff",'ff J Q xl Oli 10 000 Ahab an 1 300026001001 3 I '.1Aj,.,, f ,. . J .iii .,, - gum - , , -.. . 3. , .- ,- WN- . , , . .-1, .,,., 1 ., "g'.1-, - ,,,rJif."L . ...-,.,,-.,',, V. ' . r I , - ',,-. .IV L.4,,:444-, on . u JJ, . 4- Q.,-11 4' . - ' - , - V. Q- A, ' yy , r- -.,'..'r- N. - n,. A f. 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GGLDBERGB 333 WEST MAIN STREET Lexington's Leading ul Tailors and Clothiers EZLQ. 1 3 ,X ifffvnr fm? A" . Uhr Anhuriem, 1928 PA F1354 QEDL kill Lia-QL Emu-L QG:LEgLVi1n.l'-,1ET!v- g-1:4-lx- 714-,QXLY4 1- - f, 'JI' 4-me , ,XX:a, f::,, 2,5 SPENGLER'S STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHERS Equipped with years of experi- ence for making photographs of all sorts desirable for il- lustrating college annuals. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY 0. K. LAUNDRY 'Efizffi'-2.'g'f1i2f5E5?f::f1fE,fP"1S'i5l?l::Ef' Annual of '28. Dry Cleaners Xifm and D er-S 7 . Y W geek, C2,Jam., "Our Name Guarantees Service" X lf' J. J. OWEN, Prop. KZ Wrfri QSM! OPWQMO 'ip 7 NLWVW-44 ffgf 0 0.4. of 41,-WRX FULTON, KENTUCKY al if Return Parcel Post Charges Prepaid shui X dv-vo. IQ Q, f ue, if 6 ZW ' wyl . ., iuij,-,T .ig iggfi i.A.4. ,. v1 ,fe iw I K' t wgf. -,,1, ov r"1'i Q.. 'Z ' c. gi: " ffifg 1 -'V 1xg'j',' . Uixx I ' f-wextxxi gy L 5 SLK g 2 S FURREMACY ' X LN THE SOUTHERN YEARJBOUK ETELD msg! 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IQIQPUU dm in QQ iwf A Literary Faculty XVILLIAAI BRANDT HUGHES, B.Ped., M.A. Proffssor of Pflysifs and Dean of the Collego DAVID XVILLIAAI IWANKIVEL. M.A. Profrssor of Biology JAY BENTON KENYON, M.A. Profrssor' of Cllemistry and Donn of A1171 ANNA LAURA SEBRING, Ph,B., M.A. Profzssor of Jlflodrrn Languagos XVILBER OLIN ALLEN, M.A., B.D. Profrssor of .-Inrivnf Languagos JOHN RI.-XRTIN RIAXEYV, M.A. Profvssor of Mathematics HARRY E. ROSENBERGERV, M.A., Ph.D. Profvssor of Philosophy FREDERICK RIONROE ESSIGV. Ph.D., B.D. Profrssor of Psyrholagy ffpllqz q HENRY JACOB HERVEYY, M.A. .Jssofiale Professor of Educalion INIRS. J. M. VVYATT, B.S., A.B. Dmn of lfomrn and Assistant Professor in English Lo' M ,I 20 'W-. f?-Il. IUO OIILMBOD 0 X - M ww A, Z if 0 - EDP- E552 ifY1L-,El'1-- KE-YL , 'fn-taxi M.-E-Ik, ukpnl. 1-p'rJLg 1-Lf-lx. lgnixu... 1111 uf, U J V XL U ' 1 1, X, .. E ' Uhr Azhllrian, 1923 ,JK :Til ' X . . Amgf ,LYVJS A Literary Faculty IA. ll FRANCIS INIARIQN H Esu . , . l'rofr.vxnr of Edufalion IQATHERIN Ii BIESECKER, KI ..-X. .ljjiiftllll Prnfrsxnr in Erzglish HEl,EN ST.-XHI. KING, AB. .ls.vi.v1unI Proffx.mr in Ilvllfffijfl I .X. H.XRCJI.lT BI.-xRcL's HIl.I.I.XllID, X Profwxsur of Sffllllijfl Y . f . xixlf EI. IX. lIAXVS'El,I., I3.I5.,S.5l1.I3.,KI.A. Profvxsor of Rwligioux lzklxualinn BIARY FoRsx'THE, B.S.. MA. .lssislanl Profvsmr of Ell!lliSfl BIARY L. R.xsxxL'sEx, MA. 1 .lssofiair l'rnfv5.vor of Lnlin mn! llixlnry Ep LAUREN :'Xl.FRliD KING, A.B. Dirvdor of .'1l'fllllll1'llIt11i0Il and Dwluzh' XVA1. L. NOFCIER, BLA., BD., Ph.D. Profvssor of Snfial and Polilifal Sfirmr NABIA ARRUTT, BLA. Profr.f.mr of Ilislory 21 IE-EQ X has Z- Mr lj I Uhr Anhurwn 1923 159342, h fgo, 5 :T ai ..vx.1.r.1 .,1.1q-3 -1111113 .14 .1 -g-1 -,mag -:mum -mmm ...1.1.mj.,iq.1 my an HE .1 Q, L ui L 1 g 3 41 1 Lg, 0, Z2 My Literary Faculty C. A. LOVIZJOY Iiu.vi1zf5.v Illanzlgfrr' of .Alxbury Collfgfq Sfnviary of Board of Trus1N.r,' Exzwuli-vr COVlIlIllffl't' S4'u'rl11ry of Liff SI'l'1'i1'I' Drpartmrnl AMY PERSON, A.l3. Rrgisfrar SVEA G L' STAFSON I3ookkr1'jwr Y. D. VVESTERFIIELIB, A13 .lilflflif Dirrrlor RIINNIE CARALICHAEI, .lsxixlalzl Drau nf lfomfn FERN TILLMAN Sfhool Nuryr LoL'1sE STYER St'f!'t'f!1l'-1' of Bzzsirzwss Ojfifz' VANETA IQCLL qlssislalzl in Bzzsilzfxvs Ojfft' ,ILDITH VVHITE Librarian l1EI.IZN HISHUP, A.B. Sn'rrlary Io Ihr Plwsidwzl FARR.-x DENNING S1'rrrlar'y Io lflr Dum Field Secretaries GEO. WY FULLER NEWTQN KING, JR. J. M. LITERAL GEO. W. RIDOUT HENRY D. GOUGH E. C. VVILLS lQUS.l.QBDQl,0'lQ'lDOQ M QQO OQQSGQQBOQQBQG1 f I ' ll . .llc ' 'K Ihr Aahurtain, 1925 AWA Q. Xe iw.. flue 5-'fflge 51-I-P Mfggrmwllg---1-e 4,-,ga I- Qtife. ff, X e :me r rr te., ff' ei' ' Svvnium llere we 'll'l' 'l Hruup ut 4 . ,, 15965 S ff C-Mexmssn Seniors, Huustilmg nut nf what we've dnneg llm' we re looking f0XY1ll'll the future, To :x life th:ll's just begun. YYe've been blessed by Christian l?11L'l1ll1KQ Hy :xsmciatinn denrg lfnrth we we gn, nur hearts Jlllllllllllgl Tn il worltl of sin and wueg And nur faith has not been shnkeng l':1l'1'5f11g One within our hmmn lint hm grown tn know nn fear. NVhu mn set this world clglnw. Farewell tn thee, our Alma Nlzlter, Tlmu are dear to every heart: XVe shall stand by thy trznlitions, Tlmfmnglm trmn thee we're fur npurt. 33 N AN-vflv 341010 QD 50801 0801001 J x -UQ IQW npgqegfz .- 5 . ..:xi1x.1 .11-unx -u-xii.: -aunt.: -11115.-unLuiix.nm .milf U41 mu x'1'Y1-IIE gf- Q.: j ' - Z N if fl Fihr Aahurian 1925 p '4 f l Q fl! V! I ' MJ , JIS..- Vn 'N it, X V I V lf! ' YlYl Senior Class BENJAMIN LIVINGSTON DUVAI., A.B. . . . Madison, Florida Lift' H'or'k.' Ministry Iblajor: English President Class, 'ZSQ Pre-sitlent Studi,-nt Body, '25, Pri-Nitin-nt Iiitilri-luli l,'0Ul'll"ll, '26, '27, '28, xvilllll-'I' Alumni 0ra.toI'i4:al Cvviitwt, '273 Iiitn-1'1-rillvgiattu Ol'IttoI'i1-al Contest, '27: Ilitc-I'f,-ollegiate lwliating Ti-um. '26, '27, '25, l'it'e1'oIIiIi: Ifaiw-Iisiv tfounvil, 'ZSQ Slvde-nt-Fa:-ulty Volnniitten, 'ZS1 "Asbu1'iaII," '273 Colle-ginn, '26, '27: Columbiitg Ministerial Assocaitinng Deli-gate Methodist Young PtIoplu's Coiivviitioii, Memphis, Tenn., '2G. HELEN VIRGlNl.A FISHER, A.B. . . Steubenville, Ohio Life H"ork.' Teaching MHj0l'.' French ViI'Q-President Class, '2E4g Aiht-nizig 'FI'1:II4'h Clulig Slipliery Rock State Nornial, '25 HARTWELL FITCH CHANDLER, A.B. . . . Mooers, New York Life Iffork: Ministry Major: Greek Intercollegiate Debating Team, '27g Business Meiuagei' "Collegian," '28, Columbiag Henry Clay: Ministerial Assoc-iationg New York Clubg Laboratory Instructor in Physics. 24- I0lSOIOnl'D00li.0'!0'ZO0G A. Affivnr 3Q0 06'0.l0H0l00'0 0'GfI X I he Aahurmn 1923 tl . E Nsiiili lun.. all f- Q, 2 A' Vs 1 'F- . Ax Q 4 ,i X 3 3135. fgg.. gag, rrrup- lg.'p'g.j.T gg. -,.g,g.1. , H.-'.-1. ,x.1.x.nEigq:y... mfggj.- nggxgi gg, 'WR ,GC -- V N 3 -Ji! ,L ' L9 . ,li .. VENETA-x ,ALINE LEONARD, AB. Lifr lfork: Teaching v Y .it , S6UiOI' Class -,lf-.4 M., A' N. ' . qi, .1,.V V I H... .. if-,Af . L+ '11 xf iq.iA5.:i.'l1 all. fail :r'131-if . illt. Vernon, Illinois Illajor: English XX'nman's Ilit--iwnllv-gzialv l'n-hutv Te-nm, '27, '2Sg Fniwxisii' l"uun--il, '2T: S:-1-iw-mi'y Sn-nior Vlnss, 'ESQ Pri-si-lvnt Pliiluinzithiu lwlvutv Vlub, 'BS1 Philomnthin: Polumhiag Illin-vis Stale Club. ERIIL A. PREMRU, A.B. . . Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Life lI'ork.' Ministry Illajor: English Chaplain Senior lflassp Miiiisti-l'i:il Assn--intif-ng Mnuntnin Missionary Society: MPn's Glee Club, '2Tg Oi'r-liestrng 'Asliuriaxnf' 'ZITI "l'ull-1:ian," '2Sg Asbury Artist. Si-rivs ljomniittez-3 Vlnssin- Club Mixxns E. KEHBI, A.B. . Lifr Il'ork.' Ministry l"lu111l::in nf Junior Plass, 'EIL '2T: lvllllll Pnnsiiluit Cin--"r'oiii'x 25 We Klidway, Pennsylvania Nlajor: English Pri-sid--m nt' Y. XY. H. .-X., '2T: Athr-nin. 300 0C.ilGD3i'V1Q OOO aoo1ooo3ouo5ouo o4x1 --- ,I ?l'r frui- 1 :.,.:gQ ' 75615 'fra' 1 , c - v 9, QM, i.N V ,fu I . N, V., 2,1 -,--V fjxvfkff gfl-Rf, vi ' 1 Y 31: if , ,, , ,Mn ' K., N ' '-.'f"'2L 3 V N , 55- ,N . vi ,tn-1 '-'.'. 1 ,- 121 , TN 1 P Arthurian, was 5' ,ff .,, . .: i n if h gm-ggi? 'MAME 7- , ...nut-1.1 -A-15-1 -4175115 -:L-1.11 7-ILLAJ' ' ' -'UDDI 3-KL11 --THI1-'infill -'EE' -Q -HIE 3:2 : 0115 ,if ' ' 'XB S 1 U- ' X ,f 1 X SCI'1iOI' Class IQDWARD LEE Rox' ELSON, AB. . . Elrama, Pennsylvania Lifw Il'ork: Ministry Major: Sociology Editor "1'ollegian," 'EM Pre-Side-nt of Class, '26g Manager nt' "ASbUl'i8l'l." '26, '2Tg Basketball, '26, '27, Athletic' Count-il, '26. 'ZTQ i'l'lRl'l'Illl1ll of Basketball, '26, '27g 0I'Fhl5Sll'R. '25, '26, '27, '28, Hand, '25, '26, '27, '28, Alumni U1ato1'if'al Contest: Varsity Brass Quartet, FRANCES B. SANIJYS, A.B. . .... . . . Los Angeles, California Major'.' Science Two yt-ars at l'nivvrsity ot' Faliforning Student Faculty Councilg Homiletical Association, Columbia. IJAVID CLARK SHIPLEY, A.B. . . . North jackson, Ohio Life Il'ork.' Ministry Nlajor: Philosophy Ministerial Assotiation: Columlviag Hvnry Clay: Vlassic Clubg Senior Snonsor Class of '313 Stuslvnt Fa'-ulty Committee: Presicle-nt Columbia Literary Society, '23, Editor "Asburian," '272 Interwollegiatte Dwlultt- Team, '25, 'ZGQ Orr-hestra, '24-'ZSQ Band, '24-'2S. 26 Ann. ama oouguuosooo omw Q Lf, ,Will ,:. .. I 5 u ' Uhr A h ruin, 1923 X' AQ,!,g!,,.i EE' Cazwg my gm-HUM I-we gg '..i2q'f SefliOI' Class FLORENCE Z. FELLOW, A.B. . . XVindfall, Indiana Liff Il'ork.' Teaching .llrIl1j0I'.' English Earlhnnl Pnlle-.'1.'e-, '23, T353 Baslcvtluall, '27, 'ZSL l,'ll3ll'lUCLll Girls' Tram-lc, '2Hg Simnisli Plulu, '2 Ln:-3' Stonw, 'SM Ath--nin, '27, T283 lnilinnu Stat-J Vlulf, '2T. '2s. -lol-IN .ANSLEY GUY, AB. . . . . . . . Kliami, Florimlzl Jlajor: History Om,-111,-sim, '25: He-nry Clnyg Syiwdring Spanish Uluhg volunilwiag F. F. F.: Bnsk.-Niall. '26, 'Qi 'ISC Baseball, '27, '2N. ADYLEIN EWING, A.B. . . . . . . Ashburn, Georgia Lifr lI'ork: Teacher Jlajur: English and Education XV4slf-yan 1'-illvgv, '24g Athening Fra-nr-h Clulwg Georgia Stan' l'lulig Vim-u-I'rvsimlmil NIA Gvnruizl Huh. '2T: S--1-ri-tary ol' Roliginus Educ-ntinn Club. '27, 27 ,M X Av-n. aaoxoougomoaooosoon 9 I P Azhurizm, 1923 M2 Wd: f h I fi , l ,kc - nl-a'onis0 lgluipl' .rx lXvI1I -11-11111 -Jnxqg ?1x'1f.!'i -11,14-i -11 'gpg -1.1.11 ..rQXEf..-E':1m Jing .mm -:Kill "" ' TS' lpf f' , 1- I Til' 1 3 Z 1 l M ff' 'l W , 0 Y f I U , S6I1iO1' Class XVILLIAM J. BRIGGS, A.B. . . . . VVichita, Kansas Life Il'ork.' Ministry Major',' Mathematics Columbia, Vice-President, '26, Henry Clay, Ministerial Association, Kansas Club, President, '26, German Club, Lyceum Manager, '28, "Ashurian" Staff, '27, Bill Club, Tennis, '25, '26. MYRTLE ROSE SOPER, A.B. ......... . St. Petersburg, Florida Life Ifark: Teaching Southern College, '25, Critic Spanish Club, Columbia, Florida Club, Vice-President and Critic Sophidelphia, Volunteer Band, Vice-President Glee Club. R.-KY N. JOHNSON, AB. . . lliineral Wells, Texas Life IVork: Ministry Major: Science Columbia, Henry Clay, Superintendent Ministerial Association, Intercollegiate Debate, "Col- legian" Staff, '27, '28, "Asburian" Staff, '27, Basketball, '26, '27, '23, Baseball, '26, '27, '28, Track, '25, '26, '27, '28, Chairman Forensic Council, '26, 27, Chairman Athletic Council, Student Council, M. XV. B. 28 ,HH Mig IOO IIC'-QBOQMXVQQ OCQ M, CIQOQQCOMQQOQQCQQCG1 I 9 1 Ihr Aahurian, 1923 .P 'f4xt mm- Hlk- XLLUL- Ellis- Jigga, MH-yu 'Egfr , -g.g.'g.I., 1.14.1-.4Y'gpX.y..gQg1, cn " -fri ,,--3' W, , ,f"'X ..,.4-K x! x XE E S6I'llO1' Class ELIZABETH HL'TcHERsnN, A.B. . Lifr ll'ol'k.' Teaching " ' x llll V X EE- .E-K X NSEM r i A ,f , '- Q QQ ' g 533495. fit' . Glasgow, Kentucky Rlzzjor: Education Atlu-nin, 25, '26, '27, 'ZN1 llunmr liclitm' nl' "1'ulll'1.Il2lll" Stufll '2l3: Nl,-ws R1"l34Jl'll,'l' ffl' "1f'ollf-giu11" Stuff. 'STL Yii---I'rt-sul.-nt ui' Kt-nluvlcy Stung 4'luI., '28, Bl4Olllt'l' und Sistvr l"lul1, Cx'RL's l'lL'TCHl2RSON, AB. . Lift' ll'ork.' Ministry . Glasgow, Kentucky Jllajor: English 1'1'--siili,-nt 1' l' Athi-ning llvnry Vlziyg Minis!-'riul Assrru-iutiuli: "4"olln-ginn" Stuff, '28, Bl'lfllli'l' und J Sistf-r cflul-3 T1-nnie, '27, I'11'simli-ilt of Kcntuvky Stan- Club, '27. PSI.-XRY LEE, A.B. . . . .Dunn, North Carolina Life ll'0rlc.' Teaching Nlajor: Education Tear-lmers College, Gre-envillv, North Furulina. '25, Columbia! Svv1'etal'y of Class, '27, Homi- lt-tical Association, '2S. 29 auo umgaougnao nom lb-vfk amo ooogamogqoognqa . l, . Uhr Anhurmn, 1523 na-r9'e.:,,: ,Mi 'e ff '-' .rx unix .JIEL -JIXZZT-11145 -mia-1 -11.1113 --Tllf-'iifxn -'IIE -'H11 -'EEZ - - 5. .. XVILLIAM ORsoN COLBY, A.B. . Lifr Il'ork.' Teaching Allie-nia: lvlac.-Xlastf-1' Collvgrm-. '25, Spanish 1 Synuclria1 Basketball, '26, '27, 'ESQ Baseball, '26, '..T, 'LS EDITH STERNE CRoL'sE, A.B, . . Lifv lf'ork.' Evangelistic VVork Lucy Stone: "Collegian" BELL lRv1N QBILLD NV1LEY, A.B Life Il"ork.' Teaching Class Prosiclr-nt, '27, President Syneclri . . Delavan, liinncsota Major: Education l'ulv, '26, Bill Ululmg President Minnesota f"lul1, '25, " ' 3 Track. '26, '27, '28, Academy Coavli, '2S. . . . Greensboro, North Carolina .lllajori Biological Science Staff. '28, Columbia, Band: Ola,-liestra. . . . Halls, Tennessee Major: Latin a. '27, President Athletic Association, '2Sg Intercolle- giate Debating Team, '26, '27, '28, "Collegian" Staff, '27, "Ashurian" Staff, '28, Basketball, '25, '26, '27, 'zsg Baseball, '26, '27, '28, Track, '26, '27, F. A. A. XV. 30 Av-.fx amo ooosuaosoom odi : I If f Ui .5 'hr Azhurmn 1928 -.QT ' Y.. mil, K . mi , K 9 , X .Ak . , x Q ,vp , ' X V, , , i EEE- CHJL EEE? Eliza-.Lamb ilu-Xb Lug- HMQTIQ-1-,HBHL EEAJLT -ff -535 A ' - gsm Q f I as SCI"li01' Class HAZEL BI.-XL'DE REEn, A.B, . ..... ..... . Toronto, Ohio Lifr lfork: Missionary to South America Jllajor: Biological Science Siudvnt Yoluntw-rg Coluinliing Prv-Mqdif-al Vluhg Snlnlxinlvlpliia In-lnninx: Plulig Rusk.-U.all, '25, '26, '2T. '25, Vuptuin. '25, '20, Sn-'4'l'm-l2ll'y Athletic Assn'-ialion, 'isp lxitn-iwnllz-giatw In-I-:iw Tblllll. 'TM Junior-S+-niur Oratoriczxl Vmitvst, '2T1 Plvsinle-Ill Humil--livul Asso:-iutiwn, '28, I-QVAN P. TH4JNI.XS, AB. . . New Castle, Pcnnsylvzmi:i Lifr ll'ork.' Ministry .lllljllff Hhtnry Minis!-'riul Assol-iulirnig H--nry Flay: Voluml-iup Clnssiv Club, BI.-XRGARET LUCINDA THOBIPSCJX. AB. . . . . Monroe. Ohio Lifr II'ork.' Miasionary to Africa .llajorr English Stu-lvm Vnluntner Banslg Young XY-um-n's Homih-tim! Association: Class Sw-iwtsxry, 'So 11 Gift Comniittcv, '2T. '3S. 31 X Avwflv HQ BS f-, f x ff 1 P Azhurizm, was .igqgagxi " 41 L-3 IUiX I Lfsrm 1 In Lyn immig--urn -um Jump -ug' 'I :!:x qi VJXXJ .J ' f SCI1lO1' Class DAVID HOUTERSE, A.B. . . . . . Atlanta, Georgia Lifc lI'ork.' Salvation Army Major: History Ministerial Assoi-ialiong Bandg Ol'f4llQStl'21Q Baseball, '27, 'ZSQ Track, '28, President Columbia, '27, President Cine-ronia, '27g "AslJurian" SHUT, '27: II1teI'1'ollegiate Debating Teamg Varsity Brass Quartetg F. A. A, XV. LURENE B. AIITCHELL, A.B. ............. VVindfall, Indiana Life Iforle: Singing Evangelism Major'.' Biological Sc. fB.S.l, Dip. in Art Metropolitan S--hool of Music, lndianapolis, three and one-half years: Orchestra, '25, '26g Basketball. '25, '2lig "L'olleg'ian" Stan, '26, "Ashuri:m" Staff, '27, Sophidelphiag German Club: Art Club, SQt'l'E'i.ZlI'1', '2S: Class Gift f'OI'l1l'!litit'I': Asbury Artist Series Committee: Atheriia, Vice-President. '27g Girls' Track Team. RICHARD RAYMOND MILLER, A.B. , .... . . Columbus, Ohio Lifz' lI'0rk.' Missionary to Africa Wk I Major: English' President Student Volunteer, '27, Atheniag Ministerial Association. b 32 fini if? :ou nm3uoagn.rv1o'c-.1-noon Qifb auo ouuggcnmssooo ama, 9 f ,- Elie Anhiman 1928 ol XX R iiiliisli o K , 9 , l , ,Q l ,W i min- un- un- ini-mms, my can-f mac mm-. may T.-1-.QTQ fu 'Q -Qso SCI'li0I' Class JESTA BELL ARMSTRONG, A.B. . . . . Hari-oclsburg, Kentucky Life lI"ork.' Primary Teacher JwI!lj0l'.' Biological Science Sophidls-phiag Pre--Medical Cluhg Athenia: Art Clubg French Cluhg Basketball: Coiisi-i-vnlory Student. RIALCOLM C. VVALDEN, A.B. . . . Atlanta, Georgia Life Il"ork: Ministry Jllajor: Spanish Lambuth College. '25p Columbia: Ministerial Associationg Track, '27, '2Sg Baseball, '2G. NI.-KRION ELIZABETH STEWART, A.B. . . . Pallock, Louisiana Life Il'ork: Missionary to India Jllajar: Education Silliman College, '25g Columbia: Spanish Club: Sophidelphizig Homiletical Association: Student Volunteer. 33 X """" !lQ'i ll3 T1 Z 4 Uhr I-Xnhnrian 1925 paoggg maya -,Wm .,l.1L,E .,r:1:1yl.a-ilu -,um -ininmfglmsml--mm-iq-1-X amf cm am If U .-'-' E 7 S6I'1i01' C1355 NV1LL1AM BLYTHE XVHEALY, A.B. . ..... VVellington, Kaneae Life IVOrk.' Ministry AKIHjfII'.' Ancient Language Intert-ollegiatw D+-hating Team, '2T. '2S: Tl'eaSUl'l'l' Flaws, 'ZSQ Henry Clay Debating Lluh Athr-nia Literary Society: Glee Club. 'ZZSQ Basehull, '25, '26, '27, '2Sg Ministerial Association "tQ'n11c1giai1" Staff, '28, REBECCA FRANCES YEAGER, A.B. . . Mineral VVells, Texas Lifr lI'ork.' Teaching Major: English Athenia: Sophide-lphiag Form-nsiv Vnunvilg Spanish Club. XVILLIS HENRY KIRKPATRICK. A.B. . . Valley Center, Kansas Liff lI'0fle.' Ministry 1VIajor.' English Ministf-Vial Assuviritioug Aths-nia Litvrary Sn:-ivtyg Rvligious Erluvation Clubg Plassic Cluh 34- 300 Ollkl00It10'!0'?O0ll x dvr-:YL ,HHH Q, Y A I iff . 1 P Ashurian, 1923 " X. ' 3-alll? iirnk nip ramp- 23-.L amy! 3aq!3o E, 5-45, , ,, , 4. X SSI'llOI' Class KIARY RIORL,-XX Powiiul, AB. . . . . . . . Fresno, Ohio .lIl1j0l'.' English Athi-ning spanish Vlulig llinnil-4:i--nl Assnirintitm: uhm i"1n1,3 ..t,h1,,,,,1 .'.,11,.:,. RIAT1.-XS XIID.-XL, A.l5., Theological Diploma . .... Chihuahua, llexico Lifr ll'ork.' Minister to Mexico Illajor: English, French Athr-nin Lit.-rury Soviuty: Ministerial Assuvizitiong Spanish Club, '24, '25 '26, 'ZTQ French Cluh, ':4. '25, -zu, '-'T FLORENCE M. LEAMER, A.B. . .... Pine Castle, Florida Life Ifarlc: Teaching Illajorf English, Etlucation Vulumhiag Spanish Vlulng Hollins Vnllvgv, XVinti-r Park. Florida. '26, '2Tg Mnnmuuth Vulln-gi-, Mminlouth, Illinlvis, '25, Stznti- N--t'nu:nl and Imlustrizil Svlifrol. Elmrlule, North Imkntzt, '22, '23, '24. 35 flilll Q6 aou notgtungfvsucznoon lmifk 3501000-10301000 061 1 I A l, Flhv 1-Xnhurizm 1523 nq9uQ,?f ' 5 'L i n -x-bm .4-pi-x -JLLAJ' " -'Luau -umm -mmm A-Tlililf-Irma -QE' UI! EEE ll l f 5 c I XX U- - --as - CLETUS LAMP, A.B. . BONITA FAITH LAMP, A.B. Life II'ork: Teaching Sophidelphiag Columbia: Classic RALPH HORST, A.B. . SCI'llOI' Class Cluhg Intercollegiate Debate Team, '2Tg Associate Editor "Asburizin." ' 36 will 6 . .VVilmore, Kentucky . . VVll1T1OI'B, Kentucky Major: English Richmond Hill, New York 3U0 !Clg16305,0!sl'l-1000 Rim 3Q016003QQQl000l0G3 fI l' N ' Uhr Aahurian, 1928 Q X mm- tru- mug :my gmac. IxE"5f"EH1:JKf may -ggmfm-fucaunu um-.T Senior Class RACHEL RICHARDS, A.B. . . . . Grinnell, Iowa Life ll'ork: Teaching Illajon' Education EL'cEN1o L. FERNANDLZ, A.B. .............. Manila, P. I. Lifr Il'ork.' Ministry jl1llj0I'.' Biological Science frflieological Diploma and Teacher's Certificatel Delegate to Student Yoluntt-or l'onx'L-ntiffu, '26, '2S: Chaplain of El Cirt-ulo Castellano, '26, 'Zip President of Foreign Students' Club, '2Sg Critiv of Spania Chiva, '27, '2Sg Ministerial Asso- 1-iationg Fundamt-ntzll ASsc.t'iationg Columbia. STELLA CONRAD, AB. ...... . . Arborvale, VVest Virginia Liff ll'0rk.' Home Mission VVork Illajor: Biology Athvniag I-lomilt-tical Association: Mountain Missionary Society. 37 J0l OllxlG90l010 000 Q-'fy 3Q0l0Q0lQQOlOD01CO1 If-N ' Glhr Aahurian 1923 N f mn'ouQ,? "X -x 11.1.1 .fx.yJ.x ...aww 41.1.3.1 Q1 'vw -JLG-21:1 -11211 f-'Fill JE' 1111 ing ---- ,Q - 1mm . -vm-n SCI1iOI' Class C. IQILDOWY LOVEJOY, A.B. . Liff lVork.' Business l"lL1.4'lul "H '05 "W '07' B .1 U r, ..-. -, -M .., ALICE OLWE CDDEG,-XRD, A Liff lI'0rk: Teaching Atlwniag Lum-y XV. JAMES ENNISV, AB. . Liff lf'ark: Minigtry aslcvilvall, '26, 'ESQ Bzxsm-bull, ' Afln-ning Synxadriu. B.U. Dvyrfz' Sloneg "1"oll-fgiau" Slaffg For .-Xtlldilliill Glft Committve, 38 fri? . . VVilmore, Kentucky Nlajorx English ZIP, '27, '28g Bundg Ol'l'h0StT'llQ . llinneapolis, Nlinnesotzx lllajor: English ensilg Counuil. Pocomoke City, Nlaryland lllajor: Sociology 30l Ul.1l'GODl.!i'!C'10DG kqfb 0Q0 000iCQ0lODOlCGfl I 1 'he Azhurmn 'IEEE up . AI gg i ' X A ,Y x+ , JF K ' -.XXX . Q I , ' ' K l BTN EIU- 161352 fm- Heian Jim-XL V 1-mf un, 'mx-rg 1-Vg.-r-rv 1.1.1-XQ i ' W 3 if , - , - Q ,-. X f . as K K ' F' S61'liOI' Class RUTH FONTA1NE,kX.B.. . . . Lifr lI'ork: Teacher of Music Unlumlviug Ifiw-xl-'li Vlul-3 Spziiiish Vluhg In-gin-v in Miisi Room: BRDCE G1..iziER, A.B. . Lifr ll'ork.' Mifsionary .-Xllielimg M--11's Glu- Vlulu, '24g 411'-ilu-slim, '24g Asbury . . Denver, Colorado Major: Englifh Hirlw lil.-V Vluli "fi '35, 'QTL 1ll't'Silll'lll G1--if Vlul., '2 'STQ P11-sich-lit 4,'olunihia. '27, Prvss, I' Band, 'ESQ Spanish Vluh, BIARJORIE Min' STRixTTox, AB. . Lifr lI'nrlc.' Teacher . llinghaliiton, New York Blajor: Philosophy '27, 'ihg Stink-lit Yoluiil-.1-1' . Pikeville, Kentucky Hlajor: Sociology Uliio NYvslvyui1 Yxiivm-i'sit3, 1 bg Columbian: Spuuisli l,'lLll,rQ K--nluvky Club. If-lO lllxlBDDl.013 000 A- 39 Arun. aao ooogomolouosoma if L E 'ni Azhuriam, was pqqF,,TE L F- i '31'?JXlI:1:1 .11-1,371 --QFEQJ -21.11.25 -Jimi! -Milam' --1IIg4'If2fX7l -HIE? -XID -IIE ,b..-,-,A , ,Q SCl'1lO1' Class l'l.-XROLD ANDREW BURNS, A.B. . .... Dayton, Ohio Li-fr Il'ork.' Christian Service illajor: Education .-Xthvuin: Miuisti-riail Assnvitttioiig Uhio Clullg lit-ligiutis Etllivutiumil Ululig Classic Club. RUBY M. HL'GHES, AB. . . . . Greenville, Ohio Liff lI"0rk.' Teaching lllajor: Education Soplmidelphin, '20, 'Exp Atheniag Spanish Vlulw, '2Sg Wheaton Colle-ge, Illinois, '23, '25, .ARTHUR YV. BREXYINGTOX, AB. ........... Delmar. Blaryland Lifi' II'ork.' Christian Educational and Missionary VVork Nlajor: History Columbiag Ministerial Association. 40 ,MISS gi :oo nm1uoa:3.o1o'csoon Ap-40, auo ooogomoiouo ooa K! up I hr Aahuriam, 15123 iff! . a m HDV iTT'I- XLHEIE ,UAH-T LT-I' - -IL "ELx1QK 1.1-Q'-.11 7 ,111-Iern-'L-.r-1-Q I- l - If-4 -1,1-. .- vw N X x 0 Q ff x I i fag . . ,I Q o o i . . i 1-Un. 1-1-moe T L 3 A5 , W Y , qu: - - NX 44 2'-5 A. 'I ' 7 4,42 :riff 'ILL' 121 'fa yxf . U. w 9' " 1 A N 5 5 1 J 1 5 4 n K x -,f cb. '- " ' , ' -V '+ , ua' . ,. R i pr , .,.-u . -n Y ,E '. 'K N- ., S CI'liO1' Class DIIQDITH XVHITE, AB. . . Huntington Park, California Romam G. XV1Nx, A.B., B.O. Lifv Il'oflc.' Missionary to South America . XVinslow, Arkansas Jlajor: Education ' Collc-ge, '2-ig Univ-grsity of Atheniag Stuuhint Yoluntve-rg Spanish Club: Arkansas TL-ar3l1v1's KI,-XBEL P. RIICHEL, A.B. . .-krkamsns. '25, . . . . .Tipton, Indiana Lifv If'ork.' Missionary to Africa Alajor: Biological Science Studi-nt Yoluntn-org Atln-ning XV0lllf'l1'S Hmnih-tivnl Assovifltinn. '25, 'ith SPc'l'etury XX'Ollll"l1'S Homilvticnl A5S0I'iA1liUl1, '2lig S4,--'lx-tul'y Stud-:nt Ynluntm-r, '26, '27, 41 ICQ ilOLi000iN,0l000 N A-vo. fm wfi S! 1 .-" 7 W . - Uhr Anhurmn, 1923 . -QA' 'creg.:E JL!!-In Y -yn-m .fx-mu -'mum v-'LD..:1'l -'LLUaJJ' "gil -'ll-JILVXW -IEE? JIT -IKEEJ ...nav- SSHIOI' C1855 R. K. STOREY, AB. . . . Jasonville, Indiana Lifr lI'0rk: Ministry Jlnjor: History Columlving Ministvrialg Ui:-1-1'n11in S.-XLLIE ANN VV.-XTTS, A.B. . . .XVil1l10l'C, Kentucky Lifr lf'ork.' Teacher Jblajur: Science Cululnhing Basketball, '25, '24ig Spanish Cluh, '26, '2T. PAIJI. CQRUIQT, AB. . . Pasadena, CHlif01'lliZl 42 0-113 E112 Azhurian, 1523 EEEM- YIDM IEHJM Fiki-4113-V .um-xg Tgfg., 1-'g-'m i-g-1-ngT1-x-r- 1.1Lj'IN- I-1-up ng a fa ,L-gi b--ai .N -'1 V 'P .Iv Y fa .931 f"x ,, , kr-I A S61'liO1' Class A.Ym1.ET PERSON,.'X.B.. . . . , . . Jlajor: History - Yin--I'i'i-siilvixl Vlziss, '2Tg "l'ullvgiun" Staff, 'fbg Tlwolwgivzul II--nlil--livzil Assn'-i:1tiu11g Philonialhiu, '2.i. KI. D. LOAR, AB. . . Lifr II'orlc.' Ministry Athi-niu: Ministvrinl Afro:-iaxtiolig Grnek fillllrg Rum' IRENE NORRIS, AB. . Life' lI'ork.' Teaching PLO, Inlgn-Q3 "Aslvul'ian" Staff, '2T: Sophirle-lphi:1, '27, 'ZSQ Asbury Art Club, 'LT .V x, . i iiiqqav in 41? rig --..Y - E ' fx,--. J' . Hector, Minnesota lliplnmn. YSL Young XY1nni-n's '21Sg Athvnin. Rloatsville, W'est Virginia jlajor: Philosophy xwsn Virginia club. . Charleston, XVest Virginia Alajor: Englbh 1 'isg Ann-nm, '26, '27, '2S: Frenm-h Vluln- -l., 43 Q50 .llvlG335010ZO0Q Av-10. auo ooo5aao5ooo3uma iflxlp . Uhr Anhurian, 1923 Q- . f 476-' -' ' -bpm .num --QSXDLQ -41-LI' f' -'1'Y'l:l -JLLILAID-Ililuleli-"EIB,--'L11'13l -mum' -4111--4312 fri' Q --'T' jr 5 "1-'- - l ai .. 1l r- " 5. , ,Y , SC1'liO1' Class XVILLIAM XVARREN Monnow, A.B. . . McComb, Mississippi Life ll'0rk.' Ministry Ilflajor: English Columbiag Ministerialg Bill Clubg Spanish Club. HELEN IRENE KNOWYLES, A.B. . ...... . .XVilmore, Kentucky Major: Education Columbia: Asbury Art Club: Spanish Club. JOHN R. VVEBB, A.B. . .VVoodward, Oklahoma Life llfork: Ministry Major: History Band, '27, '2Sp Spanish Clubg Ministerial Associationg Columbia. 4-4 IGC lllkl3D0l0'lbli00G Wim 300 G00lClC05OQO CQTl . lr' UQ wid-i A x If l 3, xx I yi . Y L 'hr inhuman 1925 l" . l . xi M v A ' A X l IP X if' EHR- HIL. 1335? 1r'43g...gq3,, KLML 5111. f.H.1. 1.1. ,. 1,1 U-1. i.. 1.5.1, UJQL vb .. gsm l l l , I E 1 mi ' ' 7 - : Y, 2 Q T12-155711 Nfl-lf t I, 'gr T4 1 X-1 gg 11 NV- 'l 't , Se1'1iO1' Class bfi , . ,,xgl,r -- -3,-0, ,fx i I A -lL'LI,-X JENKINS, AB. ..... . . Edison, Georgia Liff lforlc: Foreign Missionary ,Vaj0r.' English Anllruw ljullt-ge, 'L.f, 'ilig Studi,-nt Volunt wli' r, '27, '23, Baski-thall, '27, '23, Sr -4,- rotary Georgia Vlul-, 'Ng ifoiunilming Ili-ligious Edu'-ation Clulv, '2S. CARL S. STEVENSON, A.B. . . Binghamton, New York Lifv II'ork.' Ministry Jlajor: History Ministerial, Polumliing Pt-ri-Aiea, Presidtlnt, '32, 'Z-l, 'flip "Ashui-ian" Staff, '24: Forensic Coun- cil, '24, '26, '27, 'SEQ Originator of Inter:-ollvgintu Iili-luiting in Asbury: Track, First in Five- Mile Event, 'ZIL GL.-iDX'S BE.-XTRICE CLINE, A.B. ....... Bennettsville, South Carolina Li-if ll'ork: Teaching Asbury Collugi,-, 'A w, 'ZSJ Athenia: Ori-lwstra, '25, '25, SE'fI'0l3l'Y of German Cluli, '27 '2S3 SClll0l' Girls' Basketball Team, '27, '28, Church Choir. I0l llll5Q35010'l0OB 4 5 S l 40-wk amn oooiaaoiooo oma 3 4 QL L CMS' Wiki' Bv'1"" x u M x THIS IS THE PROPERTY OF yjffillllef 5 Q if I hr Anhnrmn 1923 A ,le W v I i, A 'N . K' " wi , pnueu- Ji , ' X470 F. 43.11 .X,X,1,f ,,1.1J3.1 .qqqq 4Jx,y,gq 41 4.1.1 -qqgq Qrqqg ..,1g-55.11 urn.-1 Jung' xiTI LLC! ' 13, "A -' J 1 , Z I 2, f I ,i F3 F 'L 4f SCI1iO1' Class HOWARD E. HEDINGER, A.B. . Lifr lI'ork: Teaching . Remington, Virginia Iblzzjznx' Science Syneclrin: Columbia: Base-hull, '23 'I T, 'LEXQ Tl'l'ilSUI'L'l' A. A. A., lb. RIARGARET HIOORE, A.B. , . . . . . .7.ll1j07'.' Engliah Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Allin-ning Swvlilmidelpliiag Intel'-Tollegiate Iwlrzite Twain, '26, '27, 'ZSQ "AsIniriz1u" Staff, '27g "4"Ol1egian" Stuff, '2Sg Athletic: l,'0Ul1Cil, YES. I'IOYV.-KRD C. IQELLER, A.B. . Liff Ifork: Teaching . . N. Buffalo, New York Nlajor: Sociology Cii-e-rolxiug Atheniag Syucdriug Orc-hvst1'a: Bandp "Coll-eg'iuix" Stuff, '20-'2Sg Debating, '24 'ZSQ Artist Series Committee. 46 X 30C 00O3'B005.tI'l9' !!0'O s Qkfvnr fllIO 00'0Ll0l0l0C'01ll'C?l .J 1 , - x 1 FJ ,gi l X - 'J ."'.f mf ' 51112 Mahurian 1925 Ox ff wud? ' . P I PWJP "M1f5e511JLn i"'ff'f 4 L L9ff-EK':fw :yM- fA E. .Q4i' - ,fsfff I 1 1 4. ' 25 -S 'Y 1 ' 1 1 . 5 , 45 1-' ff. ADEQ . il K -sq' -- X X41 fl if x.,'q X Kli '11 ff! XX 4, N S H: V - X . ..f n , pa em.,,.y13..' '1 fvgv, Y " ' " ?'+""' ,m 3.1675 I' Mi, X - f f., V . SCI1iO1' Class MRS. PEARL Hll,I.I.XRIl, A.B. . ELCENE R. TH,-XX'IiR, AB. . Lifr U'ork.' The Nlinistry Ath--ning 1'4-rxvh 1- 'Xlinislvriulg Spnnisll l'lu1 REBECCA ETHEL N.n'LoR, AB. . Liff' lfork: Niiisionary . XX7il11lOl'C, Kentucky . Oakland, llarylanql Jlzzjor: -English . . . .Beloit,Ohio Illczjor: Education Alhn-nin: Hm11iln-li4-all Assnviulinng Mount L'ni-,n 1'nllv:.Ag Sinn' Xorxnnl l'nll1-gc, K-fnt, Ohio: Missionary In-pnrt1uv11t, l'lliX'1'l'Sil3' ol' Nnnkinu, Vhinn, 47 WHS S ! ICO ilIxQBOOl.0O0'l00O 4910, aoolooogumoloso omm f Q' E Uhr Anhurian, 1928 j V pf f' i",Lf w-wel. fQ-7 .- ff bmw -1101 -m, -ima -117173-'1'J.LJ' - Jun' -:mu -xml isrmzfj-mm -mm Jam Jan "" ' -3: 3, , i B I Z i I 'I 1 l 12 iiggim ff r: I X X O J SeI'1iO1' Class STEXVART H,ARRISON FISHER, A.B. . . .Montevideo, Rlinnesota Lifv llfork: Teaching Major: Science Trzick. '25, '26, '27g Athcnia: Sym-dria. CHR1sT1N1z LORRAINE HAWKINS, AB. . .YVilmore, Kentucky Liff ll'ork.' Music Director Illajor: Science Spanish Clulng Columbia: Music Cluhg "Co1lugi:1n" Reporter, '2G. CHARLES H. VVHITMAN, A.B. . . . Mansfield, Ohio Lifr If'm'le: Ministry Nlajor: English Atheniag Asbury Press, ' a, '26, '27, '2Sg Ministerial Assoc,-iation, '2Sg Spanish Club. 48 :oo som3uomg.nmm1guo'n . 0-nk amo1ao'o:3omo5 ono sma. -v7 X X, Uhr i-Xzhuman 1925 X . ' X Ng l K 9 V 0 I I ,, , ' , f ' "Q l Em- im- time Ffh- mme- mime 'Emuu nm-. mu- me-1-k 1-l-1.1, 4.1.14-T anew? ' was-wa -... , M . . .. , . L., , ,, If J 1 S6I1i01' Class ANNA FELLOWS, A.B. . . Prospect, Kentucky Life IVOrk: Missionary Major: English Volunteer Bandg Atheniag Spanish Club: Kentucky State Club. VV. G. DRUM, A.B. . . . . Clairemont, North Carolina Life II'ofk: Teaching Major: Science Columbiag Syneclriag French Club. NIARY ANNA QUIGG, A.B. . . . . . Delanco, New Jersey Life II'ofk: Christian Service Major: English Homiletical Associationg Spanish Club: Atheniag Glee Club: College Representative, Summer, '271 "Collegian" Staff, '26, '27, 49 fll-:EF dv-vfk amn oooiumoiouoinon f if G Uhr Anhurian, 1923 m:ue4., I Aiyoi.. , f , x. -nr nm .1 .1llL41zl ,Ji,1,pgV.,1.,.x.1 .,y.x.p,' -,1 qgq .f.X,x,1 ,3mi5j..ig1.x Jug .qfn dwg A.-, 15, :Q ,Z ' 7 2 , F I Q Jn' ' 5 vw i Q -,,,N,gQLwf25 fl... xv' , - H 3 . , , , . x SeI1iOI' Class D.-win RICE. AB. . ....... . . . . . . . Bonnie, Illinois Liff ll'0rlc.' Ministry and Teaching Major: Mathematics anrl Physics ELSIE XXI.-xRc,xRizT fiL'ST.fXFSON, A.B. . . . St. Cloud, Minnesota Lifr lforkx Teaching Nlajor: Spanish l.uvx' Stonv, '26, '27, '2Sg 1'olumI+ia3 '1':1ylf:1' Unixvrsity, '26, F-DiUllSl1 Club, Freni-h Clulvg Gorman Afluhg Prvsiclni-nt Spanish Club, '2Tp Buski-tlmll, 'Z28. Rm' L. HQJTCHKISSV, A.B. . ......... . Fairmont, lllinnesotn Life ll"or'k: Ministry Pprivlvng Ministvrial: Atlwniag BI:u'.Xlzuste1' 1"oll+1g4-, 7 50 :un sung-uomgnsmzuoon Ahab ouo oaosomoioao uma. Uhr Anhntrian, 1923 Y ,.x .. - i xx - y Emi- LID- XLHD-f ITU- - - elim, umm EILLQL- 1.1.1 -.t-JL mm? umf-x-at-U-xv ki'-111+ HIGH x-A37 -fl I F", I I S S 7 .I i YJ if ' My l l M X 4 9 ' 1 i S61'1i01' Class HELEN NIA-XRGARET XVYLIE, A.B. . Lift' ll'nrk.' Christian Service Hnmile-tival Asst-L-iatirm, 'ETL lleport--r. Ort-gon Agrivultural Stall- 1' ISAAC CLAYTON VVRIGHT, AB. Lift' ll'orle: Ministry lllajor: Education . . Corvallis, Oregon '2Sg Classical tfluls, '27, 'SSL Luvy Stonv. '2Sg L1'rvlumhi:11 ollvgt-, 'ilg Lll'1f'g"'Il Statv Normal School, '26, . VVllIllOl'E, Kentucky ,Majm-.' Classical Greek and Latin Ministcrinl Assoc,-iation. ELIZABETH ABERCROMBIE, A.B. . . Hanceville, Alabama Liff' II'orl:: Teaching Manryvillt- Full--ge: l':it's0n and Jllajor: History N,-wmlm Cgllr-gcig Columlving Spanish Plulr, '2S. SI muff 3"S"'k1GfN5-"90'fS000 is-vfb amo unt-n.3mmo5ouo o'ca ff z' L Uhr Anhurian, 1923 QV' A , X f is I X ' . .1 I " , - rw'o'e.4 - "Y n -x,l.1.1 -z1'LLl'X -may Quia ...nxut -umm -min: -Jmml-wmv -'tim -:UID -IEEE -We 'fzj 5,,1" 41- L :li 'Z l T 3 , 1 1 2 S6I'llO1' Class PHILIP S. CL.-XPP, A.B. . . . Bellingham, VVashington Life IVork.' Ministry Major'.' Ancient Language Xvashington State Normal, 'Zig Ministerial Association: Pei-if-lea: Classic Clubp President Classix: Clubg Glee Club, '2S. LOIS ll. COLLIER, A.B. . . . Poulan, Georgia Life Ifark: Teaching Major: English Atheniag Fremh Cluhg Georgia Stnto College for XVCIIICHQ Universtiy of lVyoming. GLENN P. CANTRELL, A.B. . ....... . Rocky Face, Georgia lllajor: History Reinharrlt College: Emory Universityg Ministerial Association. 52 ml? :ou nm1nomg,o1m'c1oon 4910. A auo oao5nmo5osa3uoa. f K ' Uhr Aahurmn 15128 ll' ' A NQQ?f -- , M N Q 1 A XX x x . , m I - - N. x , j - 1 ' ' '- -A - -'- K - 'I',L4l1'X1Y1X'-- '- - L. X " , I -ns: I F , n 3' 0 wp. 0 "1 . , ': Mgr' W.igcx.Q!'mP' 1 v, 4. Ye-,,fLvg,xmny-I X - N 5L:'G',Ta ' - ,"fl-"'-- . - r-,xv 2' .' 5. I X , - .-.v 4 1 - ' ,hx 'AL' tw x' X N in 1 X 'l ,X . X 1 x 5 -QQ www znriwgw aa.-5. S6I'1iO1' Class Gl,.xm's lulaxra Illcxsux. A.l3, . . . Ruskin, Tenncsscc Lifr ll'nrk: I?ll5illC'5N c'ill't'L'l' .1I11jn1'.' Englixh Vwllllnlfiznp S1-:mish 1'luI H.,xRn1.n -I. IJ.-wus, A.l3. . .... Bristol, Tennessee Lifr ll'nrk.' Ministry lllljllll' llrrck and Latin IXliuiSl- rixnlg Vluswiv-:li Vllllv. Iflflflli AIIRIAM R.'xsuR, AH. . . . . Iimokvillc, Ohio Life II'ork: Teaching .1lllj0I'.' Education Vulumhial: Spunislm Vlul 300 iIllQBD3l900iO0U 53 X mm- H968 z I Q? I hz 5-Xnhurian, 1923 nn'ce.t. I , t fgbs, Juxnrw -xxx-1.1 T11-14111 , f - 3 . rn 'W 1 ' f' ,, , 9 NQDQQQ .., - f f .msn .11-nw JMU J.,mJ i-:milf-w-M .mmf Mm am "'- '.:i- iff I Z - I' l l vig, ., . X -:Ms-.,.4,., 41. .N Q-N-5-...W '... 3,1 1 I' i "CW X:..,,. "1 A --'--.Q wrf i imljkxw. '-- , X I .N A V. M! V ,xx . NNN' Q W ., N, - . , i x ,:' i 5" 'X 'i . X X'X .. X.. .ig,.,".w -Q- A, A X . -rw X"'W'fi.f n '3:L.i5!.:,!:,l . xx "'A'wg-NM" ' X A . api, I 1, w W: , 5- . 6' f.. io . . vi .' R ' .P , ,. f XE' 3 ," -' . X " ff: ffxtiiw-'? if ' Un.. X ff-A '-xwngi ,VATY f .33-: X A Q V ,,, x- -.zz N ..,. - 1- 'mr-:MQ ' .v -tu.:-..:-1 " 'iii ali.: . Awww lfffi 2 w 5 f-" F, :RN JU' X S N W 3 Xx ' , X 5 . Q. -is X xx il i ' . Ng i f X' W . . i X xxx ii 3? SSX xx ixkxx ' i QW ,z f w X F X XX wiv X Xi xxx X WMM ,X ni is 1 , K xy N f ix XS x X Y lx i w X f Q U vii -Axw I 3 r -Q .Q Q, Q ' ' ,A .. :Y X x v .X x, Q x N1 ' W 1 N f ' ' x 5 if . xx N X Q Rx , K . X' vii ,wb X Qvgg .N ' , ' X - X , gk.-i.. CHiO1' Class AIIQLVIN -lnnxsnx, A.l3. . Lifr llvllfkf Ministry Alt!-f!Il'.' English Minisln-1'inl. I'vriv-I4-np Iinnilg Un-In-sl1:1g 1'1.flu1nIn:i. fNI.xRG.xRlz'1' CONNUR, A.B. . nil!-f0I'.' Education Atlu-ning I-Inlnllvtii-nl Assm-iutilnip Mountain Missiinlnry Suvi:-ly, Byknx Romzms. AB. . Lifr lI'orl:.' Ministry Mujmz' Spanish Ministn-rinlg Athi-ning I-25111413 I'n'w-lu-sti':i3 Sunil'-nt Volunti-m-1'g SlIi1lliSh Club. 54- . . . Leipsic, Gino . . .... . New Albany, Indiana . Tzillnlzih, Louisiana Avnfb aouxaaqgamoiouosnmrn X . 'X PWEV' uma :no . ., . -'..,J-AVH if if . 1m.'LLA5A, ' . X 'Y in 1' - fi - - - , ,X f -- H V ,5-'Z ' F - UHF Azhurian. 1925 -- . hs L . I Lf. lim i . .- .x PX QQ . Q X I . 5 -5:3 Y ,, ,, Q '-.H Q-rig, gf ,,5.,,W us. -- 1. ,,,,.. .gi .I ' Q--f fvm, f- Xa iff -ff- , J,- SCHIOI' Class MRS. Hm"1',l. li,X.X1ll,'I'UX, AJS.. Hovr Al. H.u111.Tox. AJS. . . Lifr ll'urkf i1'E'1ll'hillg,f . Argmiiu, IQZHINHS Yi-1'-l'1'-rsiili-lil .Xlhl-'liv llgishi-ll-sill, '21 . Vziplaull, "N Iins.-I-sill, ,nl ..1t.um, '37, Jxg I nuzivil "'T' Qin'---Iriw' ltlblllllllll Iilflix IDILXIA Hicks, A.B. . . . . . . . . Hickory, Virginia .Uzzjnrf Srivm? Vulunilvinig Athl-'lin' lnullall. 'Z Lis, lizxslu-ll-null, '25, '21 N, Vulilaiili, g Supliiili-lylxzzx. ICLNYR Gam' Sr..-wrox, AB. . . . l7IllCgfl, Georgia LL'l..x IJL'Ki2, AB. . . Dr-troit, Michigan Lmls M. Si'ix'm', ,-LB. . 5 S i f X .I, ,FEBS . . Klacnn, Gcorgizi Ibm. aoo uongauosooosooa Allen County Public Library 900 Webster Street PO Box 2270 Fort Wayne, I N 46801-2270 Q iii V LH fe ,,f ggle-:L 1 M Qfaleihe X K . Pama RFB Ehompgnw fu ,,4.,3 , x. -X? "' i xiii? 'X 3" t 1 tiff F ZA 'S X 1. K Hi i 1 "2 8 T: W J , i ' ft 12 e be Tb o ' Q ti X xfsm U !1f-- N f"xAjy.k11X- ix, f I wa J ix ii .E Lt. , -M Af " wx' ' I l it f- -1511 25235 amffnalgfv k ,l 'Yi ' L' .wn,en! 1' .3 NN X I hr Anhuriam, 1923 ngqear- kg Q -df! if-,in 5 ,Y .1 ,I ,1 ,ql v,1,u1.3A ,..r,1m .1 Y-.? .1 .3 .3 4,1 .1 , 51 ,JI .13 q ,nigga ,ff ,327 ...Lg .1 fx JUJE' .11 171 QLQEE 4 Pd l ' ' ' 5, MISCELL.-XNEOL'S SN.-XPS 56 :ou nm1'oamf5nom' oou 4010- amoiocogouoiooo ntin If ' 1 .hp Aahnrian, was X Ee Pier ee efeeeeele'-fl-Ll-0'-ies 125' '-1-'af A -i l ee X, 1 sv' 3 ' l l l me 'se Av Jw l mmllil Q 1 ummm GQ , as f - if - A 190014 ET swab y ya is J A 5 A K God l go J , i " X m, -twik i l 3, I5 fl t ill xy X l,:tff'Biil - XVe, the Class of '29, entered Asbury realizing that the great, central purpose of our college career was preparation for life's work. Knowing that our characters are much as clay, which friendships and circumstances largely mold, we have felt the need of a Nlaster Potters skillful handy therefore, we have chosen to lay ourselves at the feet of our Lord jesu- Christ that His will may fashion us to His glory. Yvhile here in Asbury' College we have been striving to make ourselves true Asburians in spirit and in lifeg we have sought so to root and ground our faith in Christ that we may stand as unshaken, unwavering beacon lights in a world of darkness and tumult. To this end we have endeavored to find and to experience for ourselves that deep, abiding, confident knowledge of the Truth, which comes alone from "a life hid with Christ in God." And now, nearly three-fourths of our College days have sped leaving behind them the impress of new knowledge, friends, and best of all the mellowing, ennobling infiuenee of a life lived with God. These past years, too, have witnessed mistakes, shortcomings. He then our goal in this last remaining year, before we stand on life's threshold, to make every past mistake a stepping-stone to new heights of wisdom and characterg to use every opportunity for the develop- ment of great and noble personalities, to receive as a parting heritage from dear old mastering, impelling desire to take up our cross and follow the Master of Life. 57 X U ', me Asbury a 0-nk ::oo oo'n.10mo50o0lnd1 W 1 hr Azhurian, 1925 Q1 .1 ,xg .nn-In .11-1 ,py .wr-pig 1.Ipj.Qf..'Y1I-Lx Qpug' 44171 LED Z Y I 0.f if 58 I X unior Class , VICTOR E. Mooms 24, S YV. S. River Drive MIAMI, FLORIDA RI TH HIEX'ERLIN'G 207 Texas St. RELLINGHAM, VV.-XSHINCTON ROBERT FILLMORE Moomzs, NEW YORK LUCILLE STROUSE C'HILLIcoI'IIE, OHIO ALLEN XVALTER TOWNSENIJ 370 State St. VVAYCROSS, GEORGIA QUO IIOV-lB3Qi.0'D0'i00O 49-nth amo osogmmoioaosson Aff? 51112 Aahurmn 1523 A view ' -x 9 ,. , X, , NN I - fix K 8 , ' li HEI- ALCEXK H.'21KQ,IL1-I-Y-W QQB- 1-EAX1- YE , ,.j"f, 1 , .J 1.1.1. i l 3---il , 7' --X k . Y G," Junior Class l'.-lu. P. PETTICURU 348 Kendall Place C0I,L4MBL'S, Omo MlxRc.xRlfT KI. CRANINIOND 815 XV. Allegam St. Lxxsxxc, lVllCHIC.-KN Hmmm L. Rlcmlus 264 South 18th St. CoI.uMm's, Onm Lum' S. RIA'1'THl2XYS 324 Persons FORT VALLEY, GEORCI.A XV.-XRNER P. Tmmvsox IJEFUMAK Smuxcs, FLORIDA Q? 52 X 'sfgl' A , "L 44, 1 ig gif' l VT' a.,, x' , 445, KJ C., 5. p-. I 7. V4 A E . 5 4 X A, 4- , ,xx ,K- 1.4 -5: A F., 1 f N fa 4, . 1 59 ml? z' ,- -4 521 -Q In-'fb mmcxoouiouoiooosuma f I ' 0? 4, Uhr Anhurian, 1923 vqqefew "I, Abc .5 ' ...sx px .1 .1 .11 .U .1 ...pxml 7.4 .mm .2 1.1.3.1 -4.1 1.1 ...Lyla ,JQm3f...FI.x.x .41.x.1.f .41 .IDE I . ,Ad I 60 My Junior Class B. FRANK Moss IIO9 Central Ave. OCEAN Cnv, NEVV JERSEY VIOLET RIARTIN 502 Key Corner BROVVNSVILLE, TENNESSEE EMERY Y UST SYLvxA, KANSAS HAZEL E. ELSON ELRAMA, PENNSYLVANIA NIARION A. LOVEJOY VVILMURE, KENTUCKY MFUSUIOLS CDO!-"'90'C300'0 - Jtrvnv mon aco 500010001011 ! -Z Uhr Azhurian, IEEE 1 1 . F sm qnk W- A s g A ff Junior Class 'l'RL'A1.xN XV. Pu'r'1'1zlz Gaxssuo, K.xxs,xs QEHXIEV,-X O. AICQELIRIZ Rfrute Nu. 1 XVxLx10RE, KEx'rL'cKx' Luyu H. OLSUN CROFF, NORTH DAK0'IL.X RI.-XRG.-XRIZT BI. Bums SOI E, Fourth Ave. INIITCTIELL, SOLHIII D,xK0'l1x R,xx'x1uNu XVILIJIZR Columbus Road MACON, Gsoncm 4" N ukq Y J xx i H . X , u 12-i:" -f ' F '. 1' ' A x ,. Qi' 1' ., ' ' Y gil? A , -wks tj' 1, J Uxil rs 'Sq V . . fl 2 'v.., ' -' ' Y xflf, f:".- IT ' ' ', X" 'A ' Z' "T I .. I X-' :IM Q 1 2-ei , "x- ,, .-"MV ,V Y , .,,..,, V.. x ' ' -- xx-Q K1 ' V .. , X ,mfdga -,y . .yi 16 x 1- ' X ig -, Q f ,. 9 5- v . HJTO' . ' fp 1 :gtg it QW VJ? , 'Lf ' 4. cl '51 ' .Afnv-. ' 61 Milli aoo stmxuoognswcgsoo lfvvtk amogoongqmogqumgnma f 6' 1 'VS Flin, Azhnrizm, 1525 f 9 A "H I .I , .Y f f,, . 9 " 1 f f K " ...f-1:U4,x,,.,., JMR., -,1.m.y --mlm .mum -Jan -Im! nR1?9gL?g :Q If .1 PGY.-vXrYf:1 -fJL:l.4L9l 1 ,Y 9 lr Y - , -1 -X , , 1:-L :S '51 . Q 2 1 Sf, Q if Y iii W . My 62 W6 Junior Class RALPH D. PLRDY Route NO. 3 MT. VERNON, OHIO LYOA MAE VERNON TIFTON, GEORGIA AIORRIS H. BURKHOLDER VVILMORE, KEN1'UCKX' QILADYS 'FRIMBLE East Colonial Drive ORLANDO, FLoRm,x ELBERT S. NIORFORD 1200 Mississippi Ave. PORTLAND, OREGON :on umg'uomg.oso' oon Ap-411, 3l0 000.l0QOlOC01QGfl f I ' Uhr Azhurian, 1923 EHFJ ig mix 11:11-S-Migf,iniE,L Junior Class R.xL1-H CL'RTls Moomes, Nnw Ymuc M,-xkx' EL1,,x RIOURIE IVIOCKSYILLE, Nmrm C.xRo1.lx.x C. XV,-x1,'rER liI5ss1.15R 2508 E. First St. XVICHITA, K.xxsAs CHARIS .l. SL NllI2Rl,.fXNID N1lDIlI.liBL'RC, Nlaw YORK ALLEN li. RIEZICK Tmsmx, MARx'L.axn " :on us-gaomgosonsooo aou1aoo:1umo5ooo5sm1 -WA Uhr 1-Xshurian, 1923 -'1..LIJ-' 1 ' -'ED -IILIHAI 1-IHALEIQ-'IH'Ul -'SILT -AID -'IIE r-qqegb M ,W 7' 'f r g X7 gn n .1 .17 .11 -1,21 --1JxQ11gxf1fL'1 K N ' 4 i QW AN' 64 IWW - : 7 I I - Junior Class ELAIER C. LEWIS 64 S. Hamilton St. DOYLSTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA FARRA G. DENNING UNION CITY, TENNESSEE EDGAR REDEERN ARGONIA, KANSAS ELIZABETH A. HEIRONIBILVS 303 N. VValnut VVILMORE, IQENTUCKY HAROLD R. YYLTST SYLVIA, IQANSAS :oo nmx-songs-nm' ooo Aw-un., aao oaogamosouo oma 9 f Uhr Azhunan 1523 . , X X "NX . . Q ,vu E115 an LHC! frmgmfsn.. mmm 411- ---.11 um! ul-xg 1-M-fy L-1-1-rg rv " 453' ' - Q sv I 1 1 : ' ' " X X4 22: JL11"liO1' Class BYRUN F. STROH B.-XRBERTON, Omo H ELEN E. CHUNS Rlcmvoon, Omo GRIN M. S1xm12Rx1.,xN XVILMORE, KExTL'cxx' f2L'STA ROBINETTE Route No. 6 COLL'MBI.-X Crrv, Ixnmxfx L. R. AKERS, JR. XVILMORE, KENTUCKY ff 1 .'3. X 65 1 ..-x ,X FTS -i1x.'+ -f-Q Ah-nk auo oooionosooosomi f f ' gi J xx 2 ' ri . P ,f X -7' , , 1? A V ,A ' '.- ' 1 ,, .1f,i 4,0 .. QTQQQEA- '-vhgfk-f , X K f X, f ' 'ffyxxk Y4 xi ,f x I hr Anhurian 1Hnlumr X111 1925 Hilgrrr tlyrrr ia nu niainn, tlyr prnplr prrish . . . Eift up gnu: rgrs, anh lnnk nu tlgr Erlhsig fur tlgrg urr mhitr zllrrubg tu harm-at . . . CSn gr into all Ilyr nxurlh, zmh prrzlrh th: gmaprl in rurrg rrrumrr.- Braun-ha 29:13, John 4:35. fllark 15:15. Ehitrh amh Huhlishrh hy tlgr Stuhrnta nf Ashurg Olnllrgr milmnrr. ilirnturky I 'I ,, ,mn I he Azhurmn 1923 i U v I JT, . 4 N5 , H J , ff, ff ' FDVEUL fg -f ' T, ...nux-lux, .11-1-4.1 ..gfKDQj g,l.x,3q ,,1.!.m .4 -111.1 ,,x-mg .iflgfgf-fir-xx 11 I y TTD E13 'U' ' 2,3 -' 1' , 1 1 g 1 n-11: " " f 66 Junior Class IJAN R. GLASS VVILMORE, KENTUCKX' HILDA BIBELHEIMER XVAsHBURN, NORTH DAKOTA EDWTN H. GRANT VVILMORE, KENTUCKY CATHRYN GARIBLE Bradford County SUGAR RUN, PENNSYLVANIA NVTLLIAM J. DUVALL 4.23 Lincoln Ave. COLLINGSVVOOD, NEW JERSEY 0l .l'tl'COOli.!iD!l'i0U0 Aff? Il50 0Q'0SGfl0i0C010Q1 Sf I U P Aahuriam, 1523 A Q ,f N T 'F A A T TSYQQSH Ein' :EEE gmt' E2JP MEL Qi-5 HHUETQBUL LUX? " v f-xi' uf-7 JUI1iOI' Class CHARLES NV. PETTT' CLINTON, NORTH CAROLINA ESTHER RI. XVHITEHIQRST XVILMORE, IQENTUCKY V. O. PRETTY VVILMORE, KENTUCKY ANNE SHATTUCK 23 N. Prospect Ave. NORRIS'FOXK'N, PENNSYLVANIA AI.-XRVIN VV. BE.-XDLE Route No. zz LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA 1 1 1 .67 My AVN11. moogooogamogooosooa , ! 9 G, 5' Uhr Azhnriem, 1923 rfqqeQ,t " -.3 Aiyc ,f f F -x nxnugr fn -1-gg: .Jpxuux -11.14-I N O E' 1 ' 68 1,1-15 .41 qlpy -131421 ..4L1j3f-'iiabx -midi' -411 -4113 I 2 -i I I - Junior Class S. E. MCCRELESS 419 Peck Ave. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS LILLA MARR 803 E. Grand St. SPRINGFTELD, M1ssoURx NV. B. MOORE Route No. I RAYLAND, OHIO FRANCES NEEL ALASKA, VVEST VIRGINIA P. F. NEWTON VVILMORE, KENTUCKY :no uns-uomg.nao' uon Jw-vfb amosonu.-somoioso oexm Sf Uhr Anhurian, ll-IES H, . EIT if EDD ii-, L-,lib LIAL'Y:'JQLL1"4JL Junior Class CHARLES Lmms H.-XNNIBAL, MISSOLYRI ESSIE E. I-I1cKs HICKORY, VIROIXIA ROBERT LEMBRICK HAY SPRINGS, NEBRASKA RUTH ROBERTS 4.820 Algona St. EAGLE ROCK, CALIEORNTA FRED A. ALEXANDER OXFORD, KANSAS ,X - 2,: X R5 9 X x ,ANX , Q jp. 5 R' - T W - . X qjighjmg 1.U.1, 1. gg XL4 zg j ' , 4 TR Q 5,1 - . , U 1- ' s,- Z 4 461 4-0 WW .41,0QQ,d0N. 59 . 1 , I x U ' R -I f K9-vfb amo ooolumoiooo uom fm 11112 Aahumm 1925 mqqeib Q 4, 147-of 5-'f x-I I x xx I .fx-141.1 -J1'2i7Jg1'Y4J.gLaL9 -'Liam -uhm -Luth --PC1551-'ff-1 LLEY LED EEE if S I 1 zlzzl in i u 1 s f L . S. L I 70 S l JLlI1iOI' C1aS'S FREDERICK A. SHILTZ 3838 Lincoln Ave. SHADYSIDE, OHIO ANNA M. TALBOTT DAMASCUS, OHIO VVINSTON L. IQING AVILLA, INDIANA AUDREY O. WESTERFIELD LAKESVILLE, MISSISSIPPI C. W. ELLISON VVILMORE, KENTUCKY I0l .lOxl'63Q3,0'l0'l00Q kim 350 000l00,0l000lCQfI , ' l fTEf Uhr Aahurian, 1928 EEE! CID EEE! 1351.1-X-X-'ij-V KICXL1., vgfgfj., M-if i i l il Junior Class MELVIN E. DIQRST Route No, 2 c3R.-XNTSVXLLE, MARx'L.xNn FRANCES L. Hucx-nas CLIFTON, TENXESSEE R. GIBSl'lN STRONG XVILMORE, KENTUCKY .ANIANIBA Coox 3 Court Place NlCHOL.ASX'lI,LE, KENTUCIQ J. E. CATRQN 20+ E. College St. XVILMORE, KENTUCKY zou ssmguaasufvoocsorm aao aaogouosoooxuos 1.1 iawzm Tlhe Azhnrian, 1923 ff "H r .. . , .7 V fi smug?-: J, x fic ,- .J I XB -X.vxQ.IY.11-11111 -4 I "I -111115 -' 101:13 -1-pu -Axim! -ASEE--Jinfnlv -uumi -11.111 -:IIE 1 l I l Z1 WT CW' ' 'If' L ,, Rf' Ur ' E I 72 IE-EQ Junior Class .ANDREVV B. GRUBB .II5 N. Lexington Ave. WILMIJRI2, KENTUCKY NIARTHA L. ARCHER Breathitt County LAWSON, KENTUCKX' 1. N. PAULEY SHARON, VVEST VIRGINIA ANNA M. BIESECKER 52 Columbus Ave. DELAWARE, OHIO ALTON D. NEALE BEALETON, VIRGINIA :Uu ....Ka'BDAlQX"l5'l0DQ M QQGQQCB-SQQQQQQQ QG3. x 1 Junior Class CHARLES V.-XNI7lX'ER XVILMORE, KEX1'L'CKX' .ALICE LAN CUNSTANT XV. RIUTH 39 N. VVarin St. CoLL'MBL's, Omo xi.-XRIE SPRAGLE I32I Hawett St. PEORIA, ILLINOIS PAUL H. HL'X'ETT VVILMORE, KENTUCKY -1.-0" Y' ' 4- " ' , V, f ,, 1 Lf ,f f . 4 A-x A ,-, X 350 UIESGSI1 H1000 X Q fgw 9: X I P .7-Xahurian, 1928 L A 5' " L L 1 Mg HE CID EDJ f'EI1-1ET--13?'EKLQ-- Iikkllvf D1-19 .QJLLLL Q!-III'-I V-O ff. .53 I- 5 7 i - 3-,V 1 ,Q JI , .z ffm. Arvn- amo moo3oao5oso3uo1 L f U.,-:NN IR 1 , 'hr Anhnriem, 1925 oe. 0 U fe' , 'X E7 ...vxn.r.I .11-141-1 -Jfxuu E-'l'l.'.L'.Y ' f, Q k"' V. A Z , 2 'Q Ni S Q fx Q 5 ' '35 ' RV, E:-1 x-.,. 0 'A 74- IIIEU .q.1,1.y 4.1.1 ,gg j.,m3f..f-fun -,ugpy Ax IT! QUE 'I Z 7 +I l i Junior Class RAYMOND B. HALL LABELLE, FLORIDA VERLIE PARISH MAUDE, KENTUCKY ROBERT K. SMITH DELAWARE, OHIO HELEN M. OVERMAN XNESTFIELD, INDIANA LESTER T. SPINKS 6502 Caddo St. CEDAR GROVE, LOUISIANA :oc eans-uoag.moo'c1oon Ann. aoo oaogauosoao uma. : I ll, ff fu IW , X x ,pf Ihr Aahurmn 1923 - , fi 3 xx up EE! - , ' V K 4 'V V. 1-rrng mam- fIEj--,B'-- ximmrfanms- um- unk um.. Emp M.-H.. Q f-fs, " ' gm., l E: A Q ,li-rv . 31 f i li . . V? W Junior Class CHARLES B. DICKERMAN FT. SUMNER, NEW MEXICO CLARICE BIORFORD 1200 Mississippi Ave. PORTLAND, OREGON fjMAR H. VANLANDINGHABI HARTFORD, AALABAMA RUBY L. LAT.HAN VVILMORE, KENTUCKX' RIELVIN Hi'ERS Toms RIVER, NEW JERSEY ' 75 flaw muuenumguaagwso ooo lb-dk auoioooiuuo ooogomi f y' Ehr hnrtrinr uf hrart lguritg as taught by 31nhn Hlrslrg is in Ashurg thr high ntzmharh nf Qlhriat- ian rxprrirnrr zmh lifr i T . 1Hurrmnri1 . Uhr rarnrut rnhraunr nf thr mail' nf 1923 han hrrn tn pnrtrug Ihr ihrnls, Thr prugrras, unh the uiuiun uf Anhurg. filing thr pagra nf thin unlumr huth summnn plrzumnt mrmnriru in gram in rumr, smh inzpirr grrntrr zral fur Ihr iIIawIrr'z mark KT W v' Z C, 1 Q, "H 1' ...J , ff nqqeygz 5 ' 1.x.x3 ...xn,r.1Y T11-.Un .J1.1,w'Y4..I.1,g-1 76 .1 Uhr 2-Xzhurian, 1923 -axial? A-mm,-1-Linn V-:Blat -'i'IIIl--IEE! Junior Class ALICE DAY COATESVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA Wx IYIATT R. G.ARDNER 208 N. VVilliams St. olnsaoko 0RrH AROLINTQX? G , ,N ' C .' ' ' .- X Ry, MRS. BESSIE ALLEN VVILMORE, KENTUCKY LOYD J. POE LE1PsIc, OHIO ELIZABETH BLANTON Box 52 . Cl-IAPLIN, KENTUCKY lUC ."lB00!i.0'l0lDOG Av-vfb oau uoogomogouosoexa Sf Uhr Azhurian, 1925 , X X X I 4 N -,, X. Qsmgsfa EIB- IEDM HEEL SXIJL-img... 55.1. Q -1.-I., . 1 E Xu N 'JK A Xxx X n' XN s f , HX-iuiggxxxg QWJXK- Lgisxi ELLXQL ,Q-ff, . I B H-5,5 " " - AZ, -,i 5 Junior Class EVANGEIJNE Ii1.L'1ms ScoT'rs MILLS, Okecox EDNA K. STLNE STAR Tfxxxear, VIRGIXI-X RIARY E. LATHAA1 WILMORE, Kxmucxx 77 ,J Q my WW wf'6VJ x J N C u w f-, X I Q ' M Uhr Azhurwn 1523 pu-ggi? Q, S -i1.,x.1.1,1 -img .Jxvmn -J'.L1J" -man -:mam --nun .-Imnf--Er-L mm Ln! IEE 1 5, F' l':""'g""sz MISCELLANEOUS SNAPS 78 W Wy, 00 Ol0l0lO8Ol0'Qfl "'3""""""G'A""" ""' """"' if xc T xl . Ellie Aahuriztn, 1923 ,NJX W3 s i f mx - - .W A x I as - t lfl Y . .Y ctr. 't.., . ..1'. '...Ji, ".lfgLT't., - . 'r.."L- i. Ll xv,-1 lf. v -Q5 , - F- L - W ---L f -. A ,K - ,Y. .,,?-- - ,- X g u -F, t.x L-S a fi-is Svnphmnrva .Q i s CO'-Lp ' T i Tho u? " "E" .W ii smmdm Q lm T lg T rn 6, if X ' Q J ,. rl ul T E.M.ltlBBEN fllollo: XVe Labor, not for Time, but for Eternity. Colors: Green and XVhitc. OIfIflCERS Emu. DORFF .... .... . . . . ..... Plvxidwzzt 'I'Hox1.'xs 'TNHOMPSOX .... . . Vin' Prrtvidrrzl Dokornm XVOI.C0'l'l' . . .... Srm'1ary STAXLEY Lowsu. . . . Trmxurrr The good ship Asbury paused to take aboard a new crew in the fall of '26. This motley crowd mustered two hundred strong. Placement came next and each "I"reshie" found his place in the great lines. Leaders were neededg Paul Root was elected first mate, Jimmie Pritchard, second mate, and Juanita May recorded incidents. Days passed under the supervision of the upper sailors and the new crew was brought to the first deck to work. XVith the steward's directions the main deck was scrubbed clean. The lirst victory was scored and recognition won when the emblem of green and white was Haunted in the girls' victory in basketball. The crew returned this September to set sail again. The ship has been renovated, and the crew diminished to one hundred and teng but determination reigns to make this the most profit- able year in the ship's history. The crew has a new spiritual outlook, and upper crews look on in approbation. The Sophomores are prepared for a big season on the sea of life. This crew pledges allegiance to the commander of Asbury for aye. Long live the Spirit of '30, 79 iw iaoislttiuoagfvoo oou Ap-yn, aoo ooogaqggqgmggqx ff, ef Glhe Azhurian, 1923 mwah- " fgo . , A xiw -nf 11.1.1 .,y.1,3.1 ,.q,m,1'V,.1,,,x., 4,.y.y.1 ..,.1,X.y ,Mig ...11,i.yj..i nm ,Ugg .4111 .4113 A-'V 1-A - -:T -E f f , - 1 ' l , I l L . I W, I A NEUMIiIS'1'ER, RICHARDS, RL'ssELL, Roo'1', HORNEY, Hum' LAxcDox, Woon, Cxow, BARNES DORFF SL.-XCK, TAECKER, GRAY, HARDWICK MOORE, FIGGE, ALEXANDER, STOCKTON, MCPHERSON, HICKS So x ANHYL f 9 W . E!I5vEEDs-X515-f 1'l1il4L.EEI'- Is1L1'1- Ualuk Mari- 'ILL1.v2,uJLI-x-R 1-U-Iv I-1-,mx-4 E-X ,X Xif , a .ati 1 1. W., 1 ., ,rf'. lk QV' Y ' 41: ,,., ?'-P? ral ,, ST.xxl.Ex', McBL'RxE1'r, Tuonvsox, HEIBIGHAUSER BALDWIX, CR.-XMM THOMAS, HILLIS, SHEFHELD, Fekcusox TPIONIPSOX, FOGLE, KELSO, Owsx R.-XWLIXCS, XVHITE THOM.-xs, GRUBB, Tuzxuz, TAYLOR 81 Z aoogumguaaeuouocgoos Auth :nmo1ooo5ouo5oao3om1 fig Eli ', ' 1 XXX X X1 J JC? V v J Y C rv Mk M., vv T ,Af uf, H' ,oulfj 4iVll,wL' 1 W I Uhr Aahurian, 1923 nqtjef? M S q- " , .mx-1.1 .au-1 -1rf1fm,,+21g.u -'Manx -mm!! l-null-'LQFHWX -Jun' H-LID -JRE 5 . -- N xl I X Wm fn if , q L -1' CL HLJLL.. . fir 'Y ' ,W -XX 16 Y N ' C ,K J WA! 0 new NICDANIEL, BLQUNNER, LAMP, LOWRY HALL, DURBIN SCUDDER, LAMB, OWEN, NEUMEISTER I-LxLuEM.xx, FIELDS, INSLEY, Glu. PRITCHARD, Cmzkalm VVAMSLEY, Sums, LININGER, SEAMANS S2 I0O5OlOmi'0005.4I10' U0u L 45111, aao oaogamolomosuma X , Q KNEW? u ' M y ' , :he Anhurian, 1523 , ' K, ff XX A-+ I 5 uf ll HIL- Eng frmi--714351 ng-1-x. vga., .,.'g.g,. H.1.'fQ 1, L ,gym " X , ,, .. I- 4l P 4r l ": 12' 7 1- K ' 2 f I A -' ff r , qs. 5 .XJ V, Y . A' ' 4 Q. . 5 1 I SIPES, CARLOCK, jokmx, Lomax XVHITE, Lowxm, RIPPER, Dowxxxc, XVEED, Mmnows HU, BACCLURE, Excuz, PEARCE STOKES, Ros1xE'rTE XVILSON, FL'1.'I'z. LACKEY, Loxmux S3 l0llOlIlG0050'l0' 00G 45.43, 35, ' J Uhr Anhurian, 1925 ng9g.J.,:- L N 1 X-YY -x x-1' r fn-U-R .-mm 11 .mg 1111741-ru -1 .Jxqapx Ya-1 :gg .JIQ-fjf-:ill .Iggy .JLLI1 .4DI1'1- - - .ra sv , W, Ta ai g - Ja l F W .vw Www f v J MAT, HEss, HENRi', GAUGH SMITH, SCHILTZ, VVERTENBE, TRAMMEL VVOLCOTT COMER, BUTT, CLARK, MCPHERSON BEVINS, PAULO, MCNAY, GREEN 84 6 :oo nm1ummgnso' oo'u 49-10, amu uu'u,5qqg5qggggq:q , C ,M 19 1.7, ,T , V ,auf if . J ,,.-- ,,,6,,q, ,flauii '?,,'r-v ' ,v-' '.,.H I -A-11 ...an-in-fav: fm., -aw' :Ai X V4 ,Qkf if .aa f:f,y+-,:M J ,W ,u J CY' ,Y f!!! X! 'V Ellie Azhurmn 1923 NES! 25' Ill rv5h1m1n qll g X .Q X :' xy 'erli .- ' .J -1.7 ,, J e R Q 'Emi' 2 Jn", l , 'lx VI I msg- :rn-. mms- ini-'1-1-'ne,.wrx-n Lain- wagging--.1-Lu.-'-'se .1 7- f f.'K'J ,,'f, ffl . -' 3 in l -:I -ff: E 3 if , J ss . ALE WWI X A 'I i M . i Q, 460 if Nl a Z '. U 2 X' .3 5 od 0 , 1,1 6 on 1 We ,I ' of ctmsxiss l l lllxlivf '- About September 13, 1927, some one hundred and ninety high school graduates hade tearful farewells to fond parents and started on their pilgrimage to a little village in Kentucky! lwluegrnss region. An enthusiastic, lively Hock of young people they were, indeed, as starry-eyed and eager they faced the Big Adventure of going away to college. XVhen their trafns pulled in to the little XVilmore station they found awaiting them a friendly crowd of older Aslwury students. The next few days were filled with a whirlwind of sensations new to the young people. They were made much of in the skillfully planned Freshman XVeek activities, and soon they felt thoroughly at home. Then school hegan in real earnest. Soon came the fall revival. and many Freshmen found a new and wonderful relationship with God: now their hearts were in glad accord with Ashury's Christian atmosphere. Thus the year was well begun, and shortly the Freshmen were a very vital part of Aslwury's student body. In religious, scholastic, athletic and social activities they entered with such lively interest and energy that rfzinyx rnoqwuf. VVith such youthful eagerness, joy of living, bubbling enthusiasm and vigor, what hut success? 35 fl! Mig lb-db ooo aao,.3oao5omo3oc1 7 f .' Q ' fd X ie, I 1-1 If Jn Ihr gran' nf IBBU, rraliging thr nrrh nf a rnl- lrgr mhrrr Erst things might hr plarrh Erst, Hahn Brslrg Eughrs mas lrh In fnunh Asbury Cinllrgr . Brhiratinn . Us mn' hrlnnrh Alma illlatrr, niahr pnssihlr hg Ihr pragrrs aah sarritirrs nf Ginifs saints: fus- Irrrh aah hrurlupril rhuratinnallg aah spirit- uallg Ihrnugh Ihr Iirrlrss rifnris anh far sighIrh lrahrrship nf grraI rxrrutinrsg rrprr- srntrh in Ihr walks nf Iifr Ihr mnrlh nurr hg rnnsrrratrh alumni, this unlumr nf Ihr 1-Xshurian is rrsprrtfullg hrhiratrh 1 H ,fx cw AV j A I " - P nhurian 1923 .e, 9 JW? "1JU"""'fI1J'.i"" " J""' " A " nuwei? . 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The instructors, through their beautiful Christian characters, seek to create a spiritual atmos- phere ahout their pupils. They are loyal to the school and to the principles for which it stands, and are intensely interested in their work. Thus the department is prospering under their in- struction. ".U11sif rrligion'x llral insjwirrr, I! ftczzlcrs ifn' soul, and lifls it lfiyfz .-111.1 willy: it fu-ill: xulzlinn' tivxiruxv, ilntl filx if In lfrsfwzzk lin' Dr'ilj'." -JXDDISUN. 93 3Cl5lIlxiG335'li0!l000 300 0005QQ0lO00 CC1 was Z I he 1-Xzhurian 1523 N-WIP-J- fg -.f, - 5' -11:1-1 I, -flu-1 -Jr'-xfwf-'Liza gums -:mas -an 'Jmiaj-ifn EYE' LED H13 "'- ' ff- : N' 3' fl- : if ' gf- is- A 55 34.3.5 ,yi wwf" Music Faculty ,lm fm. NINA LIEANN12 Rmcizu., B.Mus. Dirwfloz' of .Uzzsif and Co-Dirrrror of Piano Dwparimrnl MRS. CHRISTINE CONRAD, B.Mus. Co-Direflor of Piano Drparfnzrnl ALBERT E. 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