Asbury University - Ashburian Yearbook (Wilmore, KY)

 - Class of 1929

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Y. 98 N !kQxi ,5 ,ggvff 'X , cg qi Sf- Cum 1929 ASBLIRIANZYNQXQ 4, -We-------D yi Bkooxs Mooks x P1-,wjidfrzt Q, . ikfe' ijjffg N H Soplzomores . fig 'dx 42 'fb 29, ffkvd 7,1v7-yn---Q 30 , I .9 ,--Qffff K A Xa Mx az NX f J Xp L., 'OE' 6-N, if fx , . .. f .I , 'S A'-' ' A '41 .. f r v ffm 5 diff' 74 Sophomore Class V' 'F ELAINE Arwoon ST. PETERSB HRC, FIA. A g . V J.-XXIE HERVEI' XVILMORE, KY. C'I.o'rILDE HAIR COI.L'MBL'S, GA. ' . K Axm Hass , YORKSHIRE, oum ISAAC Scunnan gm-3 YVILMORE, xv. ,, " Q .ALICE MYERS . '- SYCAMORE, OHIO 'mix . Y, ., 5 ' ?Qif,f' ' Q JAMES SLM' ' I ' PURVIS, Miss. 1 ff 7, VIOI..-X SXYICERT 9, Egg.. ,I KENMORE, OHIO , , fa -, . 5? 1 K ' : -' RI.-XRIE SPAXCIIER ,A PE'I'I2R5'I'0XYX, Iv. VA. Q D, U i I ,N , ' ' CI'I.xRI.Es No'I'sox ' IIIQPPNER, ORE. X 1 . - I7 ' XXv,XI.'l'liR XVI1.I.IAs1s V I'xInxx'II.I.Is QINTIQR, OHIO if X HAROLD XVIEAND swIssvII.I.I3, PA. 15 IsL,I,J V l ' , I 1 V. J 9 ,v Jflxklx y'IxsLfbIN' . If -, X' cuarguoxn, IN. ,c.Yx.' ,. X ,' L. . 'lr A I, . N I I X, ,1 5 f N' I.. L.. ZIERER I, N I- I I ' ' L ,pb f Q ' I X CFVITRVIIIF OIIIB A-V-Jury ,,' 1 v vw" .fy . I- .L 0 4 In ,JI l WL Y r ,R If ,,-" J 1 y 1' ,I , -I ' ' M ' ,I-X' Ioo . I I -Hg I C1T1el929 ASBURIAN , R -..R M.-1 I I -' XVI I ' 1. r ,1 ,HI , I, I ' Y f L. . ' I 859, , f "?.RC3Q4I"I Q' 91 I 1 ' X J? ,f .,1f29?5f. I - L I 'fv 1 fy x 1 f 1 11 ,Lf-V,-4 2.1, . 'I-mf ,, -.A , I. N LR Q ,f- n -OE 1 ' ,ju"" Y' Y gf .:-- ' b ,, ,211 :"i5""-'S2:7- J ,+..1ii,Lj., 5,5-2ff1,' l A 4 ' . -f Wg: -i I ,. If E, - -I I Q g,:,V. ll' ,W O , W D J ,fa X ,':',lw'y"L I ' IA' it 4"' Sophomore Class ff W- Qfffw' I-Q ' ' I -J X Z R. f , KENNETH ANDERSOY W4 " fi '1- Aw. om- M, I JOCELVN BROWNLEE ' X 1 NOR'l'HFIEI.D, v'I'. , I Q X .. di X I n . CORWIN BIEBIGHAUSER , I , ' I NEVVPORT, MINN. .I ' 5 I' N rr Q- Q I ,fix ILA BRUCE I ' - I BELLAIRE, MICH. 5, Q I -. A uvkuv I .,.. gi. , 1,. 3 I C HEI.EN.A EMIGHOLZ - TROY, OHIO ' i'-' -714 " ' ':wx:f" ' QAA, I 0-M' I, I ' ' A I . HfXZEI. COPPEDGE . " A' ,lb I A BROOKS, OA. D 4 ' ' . 1, ..,.,g I . 1 ' , QE, 1 ' FLOYD CIUILES .1 ' R I 11,4-1 ,,, LOUISE LIESEI' , ' FORI' IIALLEY, OI. , A GW wwf EDWIN jncox -,1ef51':I1f5ff: : -' 4 X, EAST VVOOSTER, RY. I ' . f ' J- HALLIE MOORE 3 'U-J . WILMORE, RY. b ' Agn, 'fy"" V FREDERICK PHILLIPS ' ir fV,,,,,, ' 'I'RINvvAI', OHIO if . 530 'R , ' ' 4 - HL , -I Q, f ' MARY E. MUTH ' COLUMBUS, OHIO , I '- j . 5 :jf . il " .Q ' if 'Q' E' CARROLL RARSOM A 1 MITCHELL, 5. D. A X vi HAIVIILTON VVATKINS IQ, BINGHAMTON, N. Y. Y 'L L' , L V q ' X 5 , . . , -.,., I Q5 M1416 ,Elf H IOI GAA qi' a O C O od-XO C-I11el929 ASBURIAN xx' ww K ?,.- ,, , .X f. A ,Gff'f"X , xv .OE Af I I- Age' 1 I ff'f."1':.f,f,'ff,'f ' , , .fy "2-92110 ,za , 55 F Sophomore Class AIJDA BERT DETROIT, K.-XSS. CIEORCE BRLQNXER COLUMBIA CITY, IND. ELSIE BRANDEXSTEIN Busurox, K.-XSS. "3 MILDRED COPPOCK ALLIANCE, OHIO , , L. I EDITH HENRY 1-' A 'I'owAxDA, PA. S. srl CECIL FOGLE DUXKIRK, omo 'QS Q ' IIERMAx Locxwoon " CABLE, OHIO .ARTHUR PE.-XRCE sALIsBL'Rx', x. C. W , X . - Enwxx PARIQER ' MEMPHIS, Tsxx. X .4 M. .ADELAIDE STAXDLEI' XVILMORE, KY. K,X'l'llERIXlE TIIOAIAS w.n'CRoss, GA. W X Q Nomux L.-XR.-XBEE L , , , 1 X 3 xsILxIoRE, In. Q ' I , LENA XX OOD 1 x VICKSBURG, mss. sr V I M" . , CIIRx'sTABEI,LE XL'sT Y .,.. Q q' s SYLVIA, K.-XXS. . xoz 'N Q 0 fy. FN ., IA-,,- X U Ca I Y fThe l929 ASBURIAN mfg? L if XV' , W2 ' Q , .ffkgiif 1. 9 Z' ', f ',ff'.ff'2x.f ,.E""' T' Q. Gfffwiflffxiz' .R . E5 , - 5 :Y , I9 ,gin 1:,,,g.,.,fM. 5.2 if ak! X3 - f f' 3 1 Q. Rif f ,j .A..J. ,. f,f,' f f N gO- NJ V f Sophomore Class RUTH BRAUND J-7 TOWANDA, PA. Q l'IILLlS CIIILToN X FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA N X 1 f X 7 J. GLENN BROWN , ' A TROY, Mo. , gg , E . MARX' DUNAWAY ' k Q. . DECATUR, GA V , T .A 5 if 9' I I'-' I W Q WILLIAM GARRIOII H "" -5 . -55... 1 ,jk MIVHJI LA GRANGE, Rx. J WW Luft I J 'J' -L F 76l',fv,, v,fL-4' 'f2:f'1 'I' FJ ' ,,. 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N , I . ff ' ... - C', IO7 me I929 ASBURIAN5 M Zigi., I I f f , 1 J V, 1 'f K , f f' Q1 ' .Q ' - I A .... , A v 1 aff' J, ff Z M' LQ".-1-'fg,4,.1..'X X9 A . mf- , 1 ' J ' -X X5 ff, Q - , - A X H Q ,xxx '. f'i3Q,23g::l7 X 'X 1' " - , ' n4q,4Zff'5y,.j5 D '.,'- qu 2 3 " . '.f,"f: ff " 9 -5,5 .ff-' .' I' f--'f' , 1 1 -.--.4 5 - . ' M Marg f' o W Sophomore Class G Q 6- ALBER1 AVERY , 7 V7 ,N P1.EAs.xx1'v1LLE, IND. ,C I 5' X -N Sun CRAIG T, I , Q, CKAIGSVILLE, VA. X ' Y X . P R' Im BR.-XXSI-'ORD jg A 5' XN'lI.LI,-XMSBURC, w. VA. I LSE Y 5. ARTHUR EDWARDS BRVIVTOX, s. D. EDWARD FERGUSON 1 ROCKBRIDCE wls. ij , I ' Joris Ewxxc Asnarkx, GA. L ,Q -. Q , MILDRED 'I R,-XMMELL Nj w11.MoRE, KY. , Rvm K.-XHL xmv ALBAXY, lxn. Dokorm' H norms cuwox, Tsxx. Am' L xx 1 I Q Q.-xnxx N. C. ftp . 0 f ' ?RrLvfc1':,r1L:Zc3xx'ELL f' df ' ' CSN Infsxa ?I.lXN-TS IBM XXASHIKGTOS, PA. 'P Qpfjm, 2 X' - Q AN, by PALES1I.,, W . QE' W , www Jw ? f X 108 'N f-Q 0 f"N Xb C358 fume l929 ASBURIAN CL,-QW? NZM UZV7 MM 41'J-' 7'f"3f ANL X , X1 1 Y CXVJJ "1 j!Xf'f' Freshmen fvv.-ff M52 ' f ,7. ?i'f'W1gj,'gf,g' 1. fx A ,t 1 ' f 'V l r,'7.1 -,-'I' ' W9 Q5 O V . X 1' f -'fp-H33-L4-4ki'.e2Q ' E55 PZ'?'5f5'i-'ff,JRYVJ X 1 1 ff 4, , ,ff V V - ya ff 1uf.fn-'faf'fff':f"f':ff1var' f . f S-Qf X H ' ' 1, X AGNEXR', G. BELL, E. BISHOP, P. BROWN, Coen DANIEL, Dxaxuow, Enm, M. A. Enxmkns Flmzllik, QQIERNHARDT, G. CQLASS, Iflowukmx, HAWUWTII Lllsxxlxc, Hoon, M. I'IuMP1-mar, B. joxss NmfL, P.xr1'Eks0N, P:Yl'l'0N, S1'.u'oN, Wmzsxncxnn IIO 6318 Hue l929 MBumAN -f S?- u9- gm ,6 O 1 --QQ gvx f , .fffazf ' X 'gg v X ,4,,, w"f,z.a:54. fff 'wif,-W,f',f.4VEwfan',snfvfy - 'O ,f Www XSlXf'U we Y mi? ...gm J? '90,- . My ,Q MV. I NR? M . QQQYQPJ Q9 .1559 , Off '5 Ar? JV. Nb- Wl' 'FV WM LW- 1V '+A' AGP Of' . 'Gb 9 by xr, .- -1 QS, W0 p 0 I -6 'D ar 4? '2iSssS:.:::- .:s.:..,.-g2f::.'.. Q A .Ev Qfiiifs .J-NV Kil- q,5 , ,gk ' ...My I f . .V N .ff MA , f , KI My I M. BIESECKER, M. BLACK, CLOAXIXGER, DE RUTER, L. HEIL ,ff , ' A ff' X ' E. JONES, H. LOCKWOOO, LARKINS, D. LANKFORO ,V f, ,QI J.,-1.P"" M NACE, PEYTON, PRO, RUTER, J. SHEPARO " ' A XL - E. STROH, SUMPTION, Swfxxx, M. THOMPSOX fy mfg-'I' I N X C. THOMPSON, TRICKEIT, VVALLINOFORD, HUNTSMAN, S. VVATKINS I I N 'F' III 6212 L51-.e 1929 ASBQRIAi , 'sg' .a , I -9,- ,n, .4 ..-.n....--.,.f ,xx .Q 5 , rw , fw' , .ff .-.. ..,,., Y 9, t 5 , -f"y"?Q'j fi "'-" yy x V' ,ff ff f fd Z , gf X ,Af Y ' Qi! fx -4f,f---- X ,nf 1-::' V X -f f . r XJ .,, . f 1 ,fig-,,4Qf' A M. 41" :V K, . if 1 :sNx"Q U X-J '-" 1..:.. f Lfigf ..'. ..f U Q ,',' us .4 YW 'Wh 'M N . ,. gy NK . Nix X x,-l X ,J wifi ,, Ea ' Y 5 5 ,- is Ian 1 Q 1. . , J cr is' jg liuock, BL'zz.u:n, Lim'uLlux1 lx lin: P'row -IIQXKIYS, O. -Iuuvsux, M. l.,xx1:, M.xRu1l.xxr R. Mcllumi, Nkumx, Rxcli, RIXEIIARIQ Rmluk RLKIIOLPII, Run-R, Sukkvss, J. C. Smxvs M. li. XV.x:,mfx, D. Wnlsllfx, XVNK. XXVEYIII-ll, P, NVIxs1,mx' II2 Q . Q A Qi.E'929 AsBu1riUiNQbi.E?D p rr fl M9 ff 0 rf JM if K fa- , .f , fwZTxy'2f - - 5 W . , X, f I QQ x QYQ- if xQ,ff 545' 3 EW '6"' L ' Y- ,w 5- E f si ' r 7 Mm Q,,Bf,,v YH 0' ud' L I m gr , f ' - ,.,E2:?'I" at , . hzlfffl. .- -,.4 1 .fm Ex fl L 1- BANKS, CR1ssEx', Emaon, Fulxrz, HMS L. HALL, HILKER, S. HILL, HUN'fING'1'0X J. G. JONES, N. LAxc, MA:-mc, Moxuusox, NICOLS OBIEN, PRATOR, J. ROBERTS, SCHMIDT SCHOTANUS, H. Sims, STANTON, STEVENS, VVACKER I I 3 N 'AX G o fm, 1929 ASBURIAN x Ti f my G ,xy aziicas '.-- M. ADAMS, D. BALDXYIN, XV. Bmm.E. XV. BELL, C. Bkowx Q Bnmxr, C1,.An..xucH, Cuts, Coxxmxrs DAVISON, Ekxv, I-IAm.lzxA, D. Han., M. F. LAMBER1' Q' Looms, Lover..-mE, ROL'sH, SHAW 4: G. I , . C S1-NLLING, Smkx, YERMILLION, XV1xs1ox, XY. Yovxc II4. .- U grae 1929 AsBuR1AN ." . ' . V' . I IW 5 J. ' , -Nr .. , 1 O 4 ir 1 41 ' 6 7912, I - 'fi , " M pal' T '51, qu P W I WGN , - ,1-7,-29,11 I, ffgfqg I A 219237 if 1 WM Q -. , A , .4 15,1 .I '?,,1,,',fI' R..- I ' 1 - A ' If ,f".f'c- f E-, , A1 ' - , I C V 'fiiliff XLQ -ID. - - 7 ,s:az1"7' ' --1 f . . - -' f,.,.. - fx' T: 1 4'1' XX HIZQSJ' Nw O W Q4 K f kj ,If U If 66 Y Q, ' ' n 3? Z, Mfg -37-'Q Czf . lcv ' X QQ 3 CAMPBELL, CARNER, OVERMYER, B. DENNIS, G. FERGUSON as ' L. GRANT, IREY, M. FERGUSON, F. KESSLER aj R. KING, M.. ROBERTS, C. ROBERTS, ROBERTSON M , MILLS, SIBERAL, VINCENT, E. BOBB fmt , - VV. VVILSON, VVATSON, V. VVILLIAMS, VVYSOR, B. MARTIN 1 . IIS Nr, ',, ,O fy W - - W of me 1929 AsBuR1AN I A. V- .f f :Wh 9.29 fy 'X I -WK 'Sl Axk 17 Y Y x A A wi W 5 X 1 5 'xhwslf 'Rein 'lalilliam 'David 3ikev's, fD.rD. flleclication., EO KDT. TU. KD. ofllcers Whom, early in dlsbu'ry's history its found fr sill 1 l ' 'I , t tt et to us su e to assist him in steeriiiff its course and shapin it cl ' o 9 s estinyg 'whose noble efforts then made a iieh contiilmtion to the struggling holiness sehoolg whose 'ripe scholarship, positive comietions ami mellow spirituality still loom large among the influences which keep Greater trlslmry true to its purpose, broad in its vision and constructive in its doctrine: ue, with 1'ei'e1'ence, honor and deepest love dedicate this, the fourteenth volume of Cffhe OLlSl71LTlLl7Ls 714 8. i A' 'T va 1 ', --' f4'4ffwf-ff.,:f,:Yf,-rf--, .. '5i,7""'X,M.jw , 4 ,QM ff' um f ,ai ,.., , ,f ff M2 ,Z f,, . ,,,X ,Ax A n Z f 1 ff ' " f v' '21fiiff'?1'f,Qf2ff':f 7, mfg' fx V nxxx, F' fMx ,J -xx-M-,v,,,,f X- , wf 9 vf,,,,,,, , , , Q., ' im X ff'f'Zff:j1i2: J , f aw L.,-5 MJ Yfyf f' l 'fha Ckxcikvel 3 ....i-.o....- 49- icq Kvwh yxg-MX: . Ygxoxillxfki Y , 'We MK our pvfxsefo G Qklr Xhqnks xo H Rm ffgewp, uohzln In LYCQYXKYNW. of fine Soi ,,,.,.,..-.--... W ' 04, 1 ..g....-..g1E..f.a::,:.':5 - , 116 ,X rv- 'ro-.A-.-,,.. M,fr, K , ff W P' me l929 ASBLIRIANM Conservaiory of Music , .Mus., M.Mus., Doc.M D 'eclor 1? WA I- Q--- I ,Q F .. Q 9 R!-v -L , B Qfaaff f ' 'C , 4 'y13fZ'if:f'4,.I,, X fg ,xx x X , 1 ,5 N -X ,pf U MUSIC ST UDENTS IW 05 QS? Music Faculty CHRISTINE CONRAD, B.Mus. M. EMMA Lo1'r, B.Mus. Co-Dirrrlor of Piano Dvj1m'lnIfnt A Dirarior of Tlzrory Drparlmrnt SUZANNE SCHULZE EVANGELINE AAD.-XMS Dirvrfor of Voifr Dfparimrnt Voir: DECIMA Lowkx' .ALBERT E. SMITH Piano Dirrftor of Violin Drparlmfnl IIS 0 , me 1929 ASBURIAN r p.f.rf'atgg-",'!" Q - ,Q - A1 , X nf flu , f4,',',ff,Wf f2X 5 .1 Aff: 4 f ,f QM v X ,M lj? 'f9"f:Z2E?jX - V ' -b-,.w-"- - - ofa v ....f . ' Q U wx X f fr-f1f2,4.,,o mf XgfQv41,f'.,9ff'f':5 ., .E .,1.,f'f. ,Q 4. .- ..:z,f.-CALL. . 1.4 - 1 'iff' Music Graduates JOCELYN HROWNLEE M,xRc.xkE'1' CRAMMOND MRS. CHAUNCEY ELLISON Diploma Dogrrr Diploma Lxxlm EVVING MRS. ROBERT Llfmnkxcu Am SHU'l"l'S Doynw' Dogrn' Diploma 119 I-X 0 0 f sifrhe 1929 ASBURIANQQQZQ M1 0 0 XJ -Du 'ff 1 f, "'?"'T"''A'f?2Yf7"'fV5'ETf7',-.T"' Q fl ..,, .-, ,,....,., , 3 1 f V gffy-55 fix ...JDJ , , ,f 4, ,W , fo, ' ,X ,fy 2 ff' ,' .f,3faf.',.f,1gf4 ,Q K, ' NN, ,N -Q9-A-C 'Qrlfff-r' Y Xxx ffw ,fzzri fffrv - Y K+ N V, , --x 4, , L .-,WC qi Q.. in ,gl l, fm 1 ,-,,,g:f, xv 3 . "' O N--S. ,.,, ,kr --vfgm - I 1, ,fa KqJf:J .J H : ,- f ,""j'f f' ' ,l,,,,:,.-QI.,-,"' 5. .Ny ' . A 1, ff?" 'J if ff sf' Q2-1' v BAND ORCI'lI2S'l'R.-X 120 if' XLf'1lhgT929 ASBURIAIQIWX Q dnl------- Q X, 53 SAX, ifffn ' 1 f' R ' 'W ,L ,w21, ",,fg4a.f.,,f A ' W. J ,Q I A I - Hx '- -QS-iii' K' I A. I Xf' -Q,---X OYXLQL., x I " 3,1 'xilg XJ 1:11 1 .ff .9, , 'Z H .':'.'f'+',. '.y 'I 'A ' .:v fy iwzeiaiifv 2119: 1. - mmf? if 5 kj O V? Girls' Glee Club PERSONNEL ELSIE BRIGGS FIIARLo'I"I'E D.-XVISOX I1ELEN COONS ELIzABE'rIfI HEIIIOXINILTS EVELYN MIIIIIS ELEANOR CRIssEI' JOCELYN BROVVNLEE IAXNIE LAORIE BYRXE MARIE BLACK CI-IRI'sTAI2EI.LE x'US'lA DOROIIII' AKERS EVELYX NEUMEISTER BEULAII MAE PRO RACHEL GILLESPIE MIRIALI LAR.-XBEE H.-XLLIE MOORE HARRIET PIORXEY RUTH WASSON ANNA BIESECKER GERTRUDE SHRYOCK IDOROTHY DOWNING HAZEL ELSON LOIS RITTER ESTHER JANE EKEY VIOLA SWIGERI' ESTHER VVHITEHURST CATHERINE SIMPSON ELOISE DEITZ IONE PRITSCII VANIZTA KULI.. .'lI'l'0Illf7!llli51 MRS. SUZANNE SCIIULZE, Dirvclor IZI ,,x pf 0 'Qfiilyf1?QjII1e l929 Assuagggjjpgmiib AI,,II U U V f'i "fy" - ,,'." h , ,,,. ..,- , , , ,,,..,2Q:- 5 E, .ff w , XA ,Q,f X ,af C ' I 1 O ONXO ,fx ina X, ,fm '-'flgm' fi, .1-fb, L. ROEESON AKERS JACK A1-HA GORDON BARNES ROBERT BROOKS JAMES B. CIIILOS J. LEMACRS STOKES BYRON STROI-I EDVVIN SWEET LEWIS THOMPSON Ii.-XRRY NV. XVFBSTER Boys, Glee PERSONNEL , JR. BRUCE Cox EDISON DLJRBIX XVILLIAM DLT.-XIII. EDXVARD ERM' JOHN CILWER E. B. XVILEI' GEORGE XVYATI' IZMERY YL'sT IIAROLD YL'sT VIRCII. SIRIZRAI.. .-Iarnr1:pI11Iix1 MRS. SUZAYXE SCIILIIJE, llirf-fim- 122 fi HAROLD NEEI. 'I'RL'sIAx POITER DOL'OLAs ROE JOIIx If. ROIIER I-IARRI' SI'RIcRLAxn XVILLIAM XYIIITE A ,OoE,.i.1,w,o EEE ,X N Q:-fggf CH1el929 ASBL1RII5NiYlQ- EQ N,, ' "'lit"" Q College of Expression IUAISY DEAN GRAY, M A., T.D. Dil't'l'f0lA f , ' -9. ,fx ,Ln 11 ,,m,,f,,- -if .J ,f ,f . I, ' ' ,' , , ,- lf A L 4 ' 'M 1 U f K I A ' 1 , ' 7 1- f f .ft v v M ,gj ' 1 115 'fi -. 5, !-7"77"'ff,fi77f7Tiy'fTf"7- - fx ..!.,L..v-4 ,' ' Q, My ruff' ig f :M .I ffA,,g AQ- ,I ,x -ZQQ.-.-fSx',QIZ1'f'4,j ,927 ' ' Qfffi 17' ' gcrgxxgig- v Kff XXV- Q2 ,f X 1 4' 1 i:,45"?'-'53' ' P' f-1111! ,' if ' - x su- -74 , f-,,4wrff,1,'f , .,ffj,j,q if 1 R ' MCE' Mn 5 "2ffZi'3zfZw2ffff'fgg ,3,Q',ff 6 WN '55 '14 5 X-1 M- --J U Expression Gralcluates M,uu:.,uua'r Home R.xl,m1 CURTIS J. HILLARY FIXCH MINI.-ul I..xR.xm5li S. Ii. McClua1.lass NELL OWEN I24 'X Q.-L..--ii K N 1 qlme I929 ASBURIAN-UFQETI-5? College of Ari WV iw X 4 SS, ,,.' , , , .- , nf 2 1,13 N ,-Ap: mf 1 ,f.:"?f"'?4z . A Q K -. , .J Q -C-1-1292-f?f7'?7" ,, my , 1,-1.21. ,, , 4 ,.Vg,,-xigww ' ' f':,f'Z'f ,-'-,.x.ff.g:f:- f"sQ,:-'vm,w:',w.'fv,f: wQ,::,g' , 3.-wa-1'h1lQ,,'pfswggg'-r-VfEffgiffgF12-My-.'i'2f.,:.-Viii-1122? 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' iv' vi K K I B 7 -,fi .jg Av' N .UH '- 'J 'Q-.1.5:-uwzgm.. .1-':::'5h -,, 57? wi" ,fmt --vayv-fr:-" ,QW , . L Cla f"N2 I , 7 jf ,X Q I ,,..,,fiff ,S 'f , J' fiffrfzy 5 , ' I ' "F , P", 'FQ' ,,,Q4,.,4:' yffl .,,.fF-. - , X, Rf W. f ,ff .. V -f M "if!11"fy,""fL',ffTqC',i'z'43:'b X .C , ff , ff ,. . ,ef ..,, ,,, .f6"Ni52 fa-X '- P'112211:ff" X ,, f fee- WW , V-jg, , f ,,,,, gugfw 9, x1-,IQ Rf' Q U Art Graduates OPAL 1'1,sv1x5 EUNA K. VVOOIJ Diploma Cl'l'fi'f1ql'Hft' .-KRT CLL' B 1:6 -x ,A K Q -Q 1 K -5 me 1929 ASBURIANEQ? fffii Af fsabwgwfwhvzk' ' Wwlwywm f fm AML M Wfffi if "dz-p,1lLff.,f QfMfMf if 26" 7 f, yfWVCL'wQ7 Q , ' V, R Home Economics D, .4 .',.,if- , , - QW , F 13' ,i5,j,Q --...q.f,Nf O 5- ,XMZ74 f "1 , 3 Qf,'l'1-Qif1?7',,.MN - YQ y-If Q x Jo' fm,-,g -IA -,X 1 "OE GN-X--,Q..,, x, ,. E l X Wg: fi :3,M7,, R 5' B X kj Q-'6 " Home Economics Graduates IONE PRITSCH LOUISE Lllfssx' HELEX SMITH HELEN XVIXSLOW Cfrtijfmtf Cfriifratv Diploma Cfrliffratr CUUKING CL,-XSS 123 0-ff? O odxw f'H1e 1929 ASBURIAIQLTDJ 0,5 Eff ' L Vw 'Zn ,N , - ,, fi., ., b ,XN w '49 -, A , Qing '1 N Q? ia? X6 XX X. W USXs,QX'- Q 5 qQ 3g4f,3ffVffi5:'f1'sfiiicziflw' -X Xal-A5 x.5""E30" ""' :ae wi' SEVVING CLASS KITCH EN YVORKERS 129 ,, O, ine I929 AsBumAN 3325 92 . f f 5-P0 - 'cb' O '-6' V if , . 3 R4 s f v X.-, ..., f x L, ' di ' X vi' f' r. ' Q' pf-ff 5103 NSS SQ Ei ffl-+ 1i1 3 1 R SX if 2 X 1 1 Es . I 'X X, i L' 5' M I X I 1 - E JE- ' ll Y xx AQ,x . Q , X. . -'Yiiwf if KITCHEN 130 1-N fN , Q , F fii-'Q me 1929 AsBuR1ANQjQ55,D C277TClT1CiS - CN Qfzkbury Executive Gdrancis cflsbury N Executive Jw Cghe ordination of Qlrancis oflsbury as the first q3ishop of eflmerican c5XCethodism is of deep sig- nificance to both Church and State. T50 the Ghurch it meant independence, and increased eff ciency. C570 the State it brought the personal and ojjicial influence which cflsbury exercised for nearly half a century upon the pioneer communities of the lkpublic, gifving them not only a most distinct religious momentum, but hedging them about with social restraints, which feebly enforced statutes could not have maintained long, It has been claimed for Wesley that he had a genius for organf ization as marked as that of Kchelieu. Cfdhe same may be said of Jzlsbury. Qrder was his passion. It was natural, therefore, that he should show marked skill as an administrator. Coleistorians will base their jinal estimate of him not upon his preaching, not efuen his sainthood, but upon his out' standing qualities of leadership. We always led the way, he would not ask his preachers to do anything which he would not do himself. 'Bishop cflsbury was not like a general watching a dress parade, but as one in the forefront of the fray. 'L , T 0 yfix 2 Cghe a emmary 2 FX, .17 g Qdministradom Q mf Graduates Glasses , ....,-1 ,,,.,,-1. .LQ 1 f' 1 ' ' I 7 N I .- .- F . m I J i '4 WAV' a . N 1 , ,,-,...-4 J 5 .ir 1 'tilt' :A .1 ','+ ' ' 'I 94:4 3 vm ' I 1 '4 -, ak'-.U NEI. uf' 1' 'Sr - f xv" X 2? 1 " , ..,, L2 D QQ if Eg , .N , ga --2V-R31-f:g4.?L--f,ffr1'fY ' X XX.Ql?5 - ' '1, Jaw... 11' ' Wx f? V X QWQTQ 1fQ,yQwJ fm1" 1: ' kj HIZNRX' CLAY RIORRISONV, D.D. Prvsidflzl J Vwfw ' 'fff 135 Qiig ?'1'hel929 ASBURIAN 3220 YV' c9h1r ni11ism1riun fBuilding , ,.,,, 5. ',,4, . - c ' F0 +99 QS-'CPS b"-- N --VWW N.. Q2 ,, x 'X Qzi N" "V' 7 em. 5 9 J, f?,i' ',-1':Qj.,Y" . X y MC? kj ff' Q3 6' 6 WY 7 MQW. 5 13, .www Qfip-iff EUQ' 17- J f MRL, ., 4 'LLL ry-urn-v E,0'.v-wv 'iff H 'ls'-lx.. WILBUR O. ALLEN, M.A., B.D. Fman II. LARABEE, B.D., 17.13. S. A. 1X1,xxwu.l., MA.. 14.11. Ilistorifal Tlzrnlogy Dwan and Rrgfislrar Rfliglinzlx EniIItl1liUll N. T. Lflllflllflfll' and Lilrralurf lfmxx P. Mmuus, 13.11, 13.13. ' DAISY Dux Gun. MA. Syslrmalia' Thrnlngy 1?ilflim1 E.x'-f'r'r.vxior1 WM. L. N01-unix, M.A., 15.13, Fruan M. Rssm, Pu.D.. 15.17. Sofia! Sfirmr l'sy4'l1nlog1y XVILLIAM D. FIQURKINGTOX NVll.I,l.n1 D. Amixs, 11.17. T1-LB., M.A. O. T. Lzlllgzunyr I'rarlf4'aI Throloyy and ,'lf0l0fIEfil'.Y C'1..wnH L. HAWKINS, M.A. XVALTER E. PIARRISOX, MD. lfnglish Bible amz' Tllrnlngy Rilflifal ljlfrrzlurr and Jlisxinux x36 'N O . fy Q.. f- , - C3 -Ae me 1929 ASBURIAN 55322 JXLJ xg mt 'r 1 N 4 'ses . ,. - Tiu , M ,fix 1,5 filly if 4 2 'l nwwf j Se1'liOI' Class MR. E. P. BARKER WILMORE, KENTUCKY Here is a truly humble person with ability far beyond that which is expressed. To do the right is instinctive with him. MRS. E. P. BARKER WILMORE, KENTUCKY Mrs. Barker shows her love for us in Z1 practical way. In her we find a thoughtful- ness which goes beyond the mere giving of material things to Z1 spending of herself for others. 137 y f Q35 i X ,t 1-V-35 9 , "K -N, - 1 v : 1. , ll lslln ' ' " '- - ' SCDIOI' Class -li2.LxN121'TE GRL'Bl2 RoL.exNn SCOTT XVILMORE, KxN'rt'cKx' TOLEDO, onto Mrs. Grubb has a contented spirit and Roland gives constant attention to immedi- wishes to have other people contented and me problems. Tlierefore, he is a good stn- happy. ller heart goes out to all. tlent. llis years in schnnl have just set the pace for greater things. x38 QV I l ffl W C . Jffw sllh fl , . Jr, , V ,. 'ff flf N' ' -A K WV- , M x,-lzwgwk i . lg, , -V 4:2 ,pf - ' X ll i Y 2 1 .'i - V mai: q 4f , ,,J JAVA vp, l ',o LAK-. my i 7 ffpf ,gs 04 JJ 1 L ' VJ fb v ' V WV' X-if on I 5. 3 '. 1. 6 I A 1 ' . . L , ' uk H, Kr" xx, . . 7, "X My "'. vc iivk Senior Class f 3 L 3' 3' ' wg", 'sf 1 E 'J- J I LL' f V v V, 5 , XVILLIAM BRIGGS FRANCIS STRIEBY VVILMORE, KENTUCKY WILMORE, KENTUCKY Bill sees life clearly. Fond of the best Strieby is prompt, careful, orderly, and ef- things-books, art, and friendships-he has a Hcient. His passion for bringing the Light permanent foundation for the building of a to men has made him conscientious in his useful life. preparation. 139 .5 4 v wif' Wg C1 if . fi fi rl O. ' g.f':- :,ffEf22,,gf..y q fxfw .--9 tiff K ' , G!A1fZf22f!f' M' ,j,3.v,,f,yf?,.,., x .54 X -5 2 ifg C . Z? f Z fi? " YQ. N., k K' ' 'V" ' X" X- 1 U 'Vw M-5 2 fn. -...gn K-1 '35'ffifi1Z'i252WW"..'Mif'71f' " N-f' 1 - . A 1 -'K Aas-gff-,f,iajg"-51973973 15245.-,X "1 fc ...ia - :. A - . .,-. -p . . wig? l5ll'l.0Nl.X STL ITISNTS A1lI3I3l.liRS .XNIW JL NIORS 140 O 'w me 1929 Assumxw L XL, XJ 2932 Rfk .mp r ,W 's'2k:'Tf,zgf-f2?T77T'?'-K Of- ' ' nQ :N A S- f H fed, y,f.cc2.m A 9 ZOX Y f -- O ' 'Q' W Wg., ':.i?rf v'f?s'1?fff:?'affJ.-Y'L"bL?Lvf"f'v2:'ffX -Q X ' ,.,, Afwfm 'Y ,-fA -. ,Q,,s1nf f,f,vf: ,aczww I , ...ff Xfgfzffmifff .,fQ.4,.' X X-V 0 2 Wx . f"'f""'7,2'j. :ii ww zf.145i15g'4 M My ' X Q ....gz....e..M , , , - - . - - TH EOLOGIC,-XI. STUDENTS SEMINARY BUILDING 141 ,rg O ' O , QQ flhe 1929 ASBURIAN K1 fx, fT ,iQ 517' gmkyw ' x f,,. ful", -J jw, Q H41 Ma- LJ' -Rf?" ll. f 1 0 jj O W 0 'N C1-l1el929ASBURlANnfXCNQ.+EbCD K1 Qlrancis an N Qjlsbury Educator Cdrancis U45 bury fx Educator n fBishop cflsbury was not a school man, unfortunate home conditions hindered him from obtaining more than a secondary education. f,But in the hour of his regenera- tion, a sense of his intellectual destitution was brought home to him, and was doubly emphasized when he heard the call to become an evangelist. We then became a miser of time, so eager was he to acquire knowledge. 'Despite unfavorable circumstances he gave himself to diligent study and became a learned man. e9Kost of his studying was done on horseback, he always carried books in his saddlebags. "I have been employed in improving myself in Cdfebrew tones and points, this being my horse- back study," he writes while on the road. Life to him was a long school-day-as long as the road he travelled. Ellie sat at the feet of some of lifeis greatest teachers, such as-pain, hunger, cold, opportunity, a vast wilderness, and a few great books. God, nature, and solitude were among his instructors. Jw fr .fb fI3ishop Qfllsbury made an impor- tant contribution to Qlmerican efflethodism by his interest in denominational schools. We was not indifferent to the value of education to his preachers, schools were planted throughout the connection. fBethel, the IQntucky school fnow abandonedj, was located three miles from the pres- ent Cfllsbury. The purpose of Cfllsbury Gollege is to carry on the work begun by fBishop C57-Xsbury. N I I l Y . "ff Lyiig ff fff f' e g f pf ' NN if l E 5 f 5 V! f f ' Qrganizations 2 ,Jw 1 ,H W 4 g CQQK k , ' fi f ' M ' ' X C , I MJ j X Qthletzcs 'N i Q U7 mf ff ij! M 7 Snaps Z iw A Q ! X J 4 M, f . Q. . N, f l 1 d F K , MQ? 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" ' - 'mf - ' vw514f-ef'-1gzf.f.- ,X .. kiwi ' ,, RELIGIOUS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT EDUCATION DEPARTINIENT 147 hx fN. 4212! time 1929 ASBURIAN -9: F5 Q. .,., .-. fW 1 -' -''f,fff71'7i?39'219E?f"l'G'QPf 5. 'N - .9 Q11 , ff'1:!Z24,?i5'j,g,g,f'V'f'.3,gf- ,,,4 wp - ,Q x ' 1' 9 4- ' A , V fm 'JI l""' Y X f 1'-X Q f! ff ', f ' j.TafQ1s,.."'03g,55:V1'5g' fw'.',!:fZ-'kfmfix-. 'v I 'QE' X X1 6111- fx fx 91' Y y4i9a.g'-."'5"" 'fff' My"'3'ff31f?'f'-"2'3f'f111!f7'' . f- 'N---...rv..--' RM. f, N. 'ffgfmzae'-p,g,,'f "1g'1g1'e2'9,Q112gg,fff- X X- KWX -- I N f4f,'2'f77j1! :3 131 .Zf',?jflJ.7 0, 5 C3 N' y! Q "' '5 ' ,:A-lr ,YD i xi X H I ' "'- 219. ,,.i .- MINISTERIAI. ASSOCIATION SYNIEDRIA 14.3 x K, fN 'lf G frgpii-ffrlqe 1929 ASBUMANJ 'Ri' ' I .v-72, -. ' X Q ,,9.g,X ji. ...QQ ,fjff f7"?.f ?if2+1f:?afff1N. X 5 j,i,-',--212.2 0 Q. 1 I f I lff, I Ji? X ' .2 Jeff? 1, 4-if-aff.f'f:fw' wiiizw' X 73 ...J 44' 3--fx.. V ' f.5,'fa'p"U'f':'.. 11.75-,' N , wff'5.f4q .,, ,-,,,,a,gv-, , fu, .- V- Qs?-aiai. JK, , . -.,' '2-f'1'f' "f ,, Q --...J WVOBIENIS HONIILETICAL ASSOCIATION STUDENT WIVES' ORGANIZATION 149 C213 ine 1929 AsBuR1AN 3320 ITL tp 1 TN luwkiv ,-.... if-4 .,, Q FX 17' .9 , . Q- W g -' - rx 2 if ff f .V -ff,fffL,.f-421 ,f-:J 1, b 1 0 I.-,Z X Ah., -f cv, ff' 'M 5,1 9-c '03 fi ,fx ,ff-A ' '- - f f:1'ff""f ' Q 9 0.25 Q-WMQ3', H " , 1. " Tf:'f'f7f59'f5fi",' ,if , ff? i25'f'f17', fi' f ff-2, : 4 M-'V f'5"d'--'---Wi! " Qfjsh U E 1 'SM """"' NEW lx QQ ST L' DENT VUL L' N TIC ERS MULYNTAIN MISSIONARY SOCIETY 150 - Q K V O - 1 ' me l929 AsBuR1ANMQ.X35O , ,,, Q., , f H .xx Q ffggg TM X , X GLUE "Cf-I X V W 97 f915,fff3tf3ii'f'1127?-X N .Q " -OE !15Xg,Q,, X " 2' xx xx N- 'w X '-J9o,,ft1 1-,mf vw f,-, rr f, Q f ffl .. N 1 W Qffww K 39,?'T2jpj?,g,,Wi ,441 gt . . Q if X xf' ...,,.....,..,....,.1-,.,.,..., ,,,,, , -Y--Y , fp, " . ,,,'-1. N... n ev SPANISH CLUB GERMAN CLUB ISI 0 fxx O O Qgigj me l929 As13uR1AN 3320 , 92 fJ?ANff7f'Q,S?----Q C11-.hw 1 .jj KD? 9 V547 3. 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NIENY JERSEY, M.-XRYLXND, .XND DEl.AXY:XRlf CLUBS C,-XLlFORN1.'X AN D NURTHXVESTERN CLL'llS '54 "X Q me Q-1---Q QQ? 1929 ASBL1RIANm,f'Q!1,f -- ,O f' Ugffffy Z J, ' L4 S ff""7' S ,off lf- L NWS' IW' ,.fJ I ill . ,5 I J-ff 1 ' ""j '7J7"f' ILLINOIS AND INDIANA CLUBS NEVV YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA CLUBS ISS I. o 0 Qigl me 1929 AsBuR1AN kg-2.5230 ! 155 ,, ,4 xx 249'-'x Bfw ff- ,ff ,A ixfvp :gli -, , , , , ,Im fg-f 2 f , X - ff 3 X1-Qfw-X zo. x.- 6 -NX-Xlgjrg X-F5 ,gliyfffsgw . z, 14? : f"az,.,, f,1,, "'fW'-A' fl ,,-7 Gun' 12 ,fb 59' KANSAS CLL' B DAKUTAS .XXII MINNESOTA CLI ISS 156 Q-,,il.l. fx, N Ci-69 fm l929 ASBURIANLECY x. Xing!! e ...f 1 f 2, ,' x ff, ff, 3, H if 7 2 ,f "" Al, , 1,111 1' 'x Omxfff ax 1 X, X 'VV f A f3.:'f-'- Q jjjf,ji-,f'l,,.,3gf,f,1,,am: xx -V ,,--- "" K-X fi ,f X -X 'XX ., X., W, X ,, , ' L CAROLIN.-XS CLUB LOUISIANA AND ARKANSAS CLUBS I 57 Ffhe 1929 ASBuRIAg 'AA Sui, , ,p fy Y. ., ,. 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A Aix , .hui ':.- , V, H: ,Zin IN , ,jj:,z,,:.f :A C Q x - J .l?5.Ali,'3,:,:g,o: xxbwj X542 U ai . ff emx I -ff f ' 2 GEORGIA CLUB IONVA AND MISSOURI CLUBS '59 O ' O f me 1929 AsBuR1ANArf:'-52352 - f u x A Ye. u .C ' gifgwi "'Qs9 Q ,ffifj X f Lf' .4164 32? f5,2,.,If 521:-'eiiiii-96:"j,b5X X U ft K , , ., ,,, ,Z .7 C . - X Q 'Q"Of , x- 1 A-f V' , 1' if A. 1- J - '-- O 'xx ,, X, X-:gf ' "w.g"vf2fa11.f:y- ' f,1'1-Xl X, X 1 gg V Xu - wwf" 4 f- vi' N ff . '- f '2'f5QffjQ,, fffL3,!Zf,gQf:fR57fLf?ffQ.f ' 9411311 , it iw " 42? fA ff MJ 1 L- 1, x. V-ffa 73 Q Ax1..uz. mm, MISSISSIPPI, ,xxn Tlzxxrzssms cmns l FOREIGN sTL'm2NTs' C1111 Xi I I 0 6 , Q O7 w f-ffhe 1929 AsBuR,1AN fb? MMQWMQQJW '95 ' 'vi 2755, I Q ,,. - I Lff?vZ'2f.2Qf',f,:f'? Ii, A Wm ,, QW f '- ffff , in 5fx,w,,f4 , Y V Q 3I'X f ' . r I ' 1 073 f -4 Q-4 pf 'J 'fm 75: 1'aaf,55'i1' -f I ' ' ' - -. Gififff 2 'X 5' X" GMX! " 1 f?"K"w'1C22:. Q' ' ' , G ' 'W ff' 7' I 4 ' 1 , f Q 'dbmzginf WM w,w,J3,,,,,,Q fff44'6Q,-Q ZA . LMI, . ..., . ,. ., OKI..-XHOKIA AND TEXAS CLUBS XI FST VIRGINIA IND XIRCINIX CLUBS 161 F- 9 O frhe 1929 ASBURI.-QLNI 5 ta GMM elfyfrypjn 1. M -. ?f?4"1'451" wfgynr-V",:f 5 W3 4 .,,,,-,.,. 1 ,- 54,1 Q, ,F - ,wfiikf R.-X.,?W f ff xfkiw , , A . X ., "' ! I f , .fi fin. 2 fl ru, -54-'-'iii-' rf-'N x X " f ,ff " Qfffffg U F 6 3 fu N, , , jx, 'mix ,zffffpgf-x 7"-Lzgwl' K -. r 1, '-QJM..-f' N 'Z' - "fz,3,,,,,. L' ' ?:'2y:,:':f , 'wjv X. N, Q fa' . X ?Qyffff'f1,1iZQ fivff fn .X X-gq,M,7,,,4ly,4,7,Zg:,,, .. T 46... - ' f"4,:f:- fl, ,, 1, Y K-' -C gf U , . -ivy. . , F .. V , 6- . , ' Collegian Staff jourslxx BROWXLIZE, Bri.-XLTRICIE lhwuqz-rouwk, Summzs CLARK, Hum. FLSOY ROBliR'l' FlI.I.MORE, NIADELIXE IQIZLSO, XV1xs'mx KING, QQEXEVA x1CC:L'lRE llmuik l.. Momui, NELSON Momma, '1'RL'M.-xx POWER, JAMES PR11'cHARn IQIJXV.-XRD RICHARDS, IIERR!-fR'l' Slrllylvt, Mxnmx '1Q,XYLOR, Doxnrmu XVOlCOI'l' 162 - fowl-1-Q 'xx- frhe l929 AsBuR1,5NXf Q,,,, -CO X.f i W XJ . I , 3.11: "wi , Qt R RQW1 - .R ' --Q0 X f f :1'?'i'Y'?ii-WR ' - U'nT'?l'?14,',?ffvil72 ,'Z.fffff"N X XN.4Lf" hm it ,1iM1:,4fciy:??'v5,'?,Lf' , m3'FT..- U Q4,y,1,f ,W-110 - ,. it 4. - ,fix-:Why 5 U 5' - ..,,. .rv M:-Q .V ,R FQZE5' QL- ? s ' M R 5' -' ,V 11 ff Asburian Staff DOROTHY LAKERS, EARL N. DORFF, DOROTHY A. DOwNxNc, PAUL GRIFFIN SAMUEL J. GILL, RUTH HILLIS, HARRIET HORNEY FRANK KESSLER, w7AX'NE LAMB, DONALD MCKAIG, G. NELSON MOORE MARION L. TAYLOR, THOMAS THOMPSON, FREDERICK SHILTZ, EUNA K. WOOD 163 A O Y me 1929 ASBURIAIXLFJXCQ Vi, v,,, O4 .... ..--.., f'f'if'E, ' x fT , --f- vii' , f'9'2Z26g..7f?,AQ5?Q?'f'i1if kfqv Ng r- 0 ,X 1 f K f f -ff 1 37,11 2. ir'-R -x Q Q. C--Q,',y5f1:,,x,' gig fmx L xr EJ xi ----..,g:, X-N., .4 'Z y5:2I,ff5,,'j ' " :j.z"X3Q13D,f3.ZzQ.y' f ,lf-,ijff , -, f r6x,--.-f Y Mlewif, 2iSf,l'5f'G 1 . J U 0 yy EW' 665' ,,, X, Q., ' ,T A fvofs We Rave 0. group of Hw best "pac-is' Tlxeq work, M69 shmh, V -f--f""f'A"'x,k V they PDGQ ffblx LIS,- Qmfll find ifxeul. Glvfuws hir' in V Thai cuvacuxe can find. 1 i r i 164 Sw ' me 1929 AsBumANjcQ5j35b Bum. IRVIN VVILEY Direrlor fgzefwiif 2f,'fvMZJV1gO'ffwJ fM,,,.fwf-fw1,mM1M , ,f""'fg" Qvw-AJL WN-L 04- """X Qhvjj M GMU QW 53112 Q' Tebaiing k x 1 Ki aff, K I fx ,T f li Zi f , Z E fi ti . 1 V. 1, r ,QI-un 41-f s 4,3 i' L., ,, Vi: 1-. ,y,f'f ff . 1 VU., vw 1 6:4 kxf, ff ' 4 .I if - ff: f 1 . , q,,,'., fs 07' ' A 1 ' W if 7, e f 'Vi xi ,W H V-. ,,"',,- Q41 --'Qs ' 'nuff' ."52':1:f fa. 'f fpi -nm' . 1'-Lf lif' 'f " ?' ,5 fx, f J 1-I . .3 -5 "2 gy, -f'Av-...,- V 3 i ' i f '- fg ? , fww' N' ,. Ewa ' 1 f ,X ,M wi' X -11,7 U V, W 79.0-if 3 M-1255 TE ad-rak..,cA, ' 5- YA JI .Qvyrllrx-A - .. 9 ME lfafv'--f'f"'g?"Y'jj'f'rvvw?--x ix A FTM-Y-M , : 'Q' 1 .112 V'b5k.",','V.u ' 1-I ., .: D ,WKQL7 H421 I, If I ff, x N gif' x md -ff' --f ,f V if , '- ki ff, V I ,,':7i2jf!:j,..'VV,. ' ,. , f ,Li,E3Af,f ' in ,J ff' .J w Wen.-5' fflff f'-5' 5 K! 'f XJ S, x N I L' xxx: Ciceronla Cox, Cl,'I.l'lil'l'I-'R, Dmu-'I-', Guts, M,xR'1xx INICUUIRIE, H. Momma, N. BIOORIZ, V. Moons, Moss Num, OLSON, Puuufx, P0'l"l'ER, Pxlrclukn Rlsnlfmxx, Rmz, Rmvr, SUPER, STROII Towxsxfxn, 'I'1xxrfl,1., VI-IRNIIILION, XVILFY, Xvll.I,.I.XMS 166 cj , '4kf'ILe 1929 AsBuR1ANff,X'igF3fg,b 1 ,I-437 surf 'X L if-Q-Q' ,L , 5, WXJX Q' 1 f fc 4, rv.: X. ,WIS 4 ,fy if "f f xg T5 , wX,?fQ,5,QW -V w6,,,Tf ,. 5 ig- V , . V 0 4 35, A V -1.5, T. 'fr' -izsfw T Y ' , In -sw 5 1 ,N V ,i 5.-ka? Wh , Q ,,. A X e ,. of , Q' -S ' ., - " ' - " "." ' . ---' " "-'HY ' "A V X Q , ? 'K ' , Q :ii 81 :f.'f:'f.: :s"'21y,, Philomathia BLACK, M. BOBB, E. Boas, Cooxs, CRAMMOXD DENN1xG, Dowxlxc, ELSON, H. FIGGE, fiILLIS HORNEY, MARTN, MATHEWS, MCGUIRE Moons, OWEN, PRESTON, RANSOM, STROUSE TAX'LOR, L. VVOOU, E. Woon, VVILLIAMS, YUST 167 QQ me l929 AsBuRrA1iIDeg5i,5:g: -Us -1 f? f, v- . T7'ff'7T'f:f5?1I'fT-. EQ ff , Draw. --O., Zvi ' fl 1 , .f,ffa4":.Q?' X fwxx ,F X. 'f f ,. ff ,Z fn' ff ff 'ff-fizfi' H .f J " N 'Q'-'Q Z 5 fJx 'lf f ,' 45'fXr.frL1 7923 1"'iff1:'f'7f'j2z2 ' X -'. f X C, C5 kj f f xv' ' Q Z G 14 . ' if -x v K if , jf ' , ' 9 1 5 Z 0 ,. 5 y - Q U K5 NX qi X xxx I PCI'iC.lC8. G. Bxkxlis, BROOKS, Cxuxlix, CIIRISIIIE, Cluxkx, Cfmrx DL'v.xl,1,, Gllflflx, Ulm, linens, Klxu lumix, lN'IcCaus1.lass, INICK.-un, 1NImu-umm, Pxrrvxsnx PRATOR, Pram, Rlcnums, STOKES, Snpxuzlik 'l'. '1'llfmPsnx, II. NV.xrK1xs, xvlilfll, NVllsnx, 12. Ylsr, II, Yrsr IOS 'True 1929 AsBu1i1XiQifS 5g3?2 ,Y N . 1' . r ,,-.,sQf3"'1..Wf 'E -Q .05-CXf2:ff 0 X N. .116 N--S-QQ! A X XNQJZ O BMX ,V q 5 q :bm 3 . .EQ R. ...ml y QV .. ai- - .. , , QW. 1 15 ,, , ,b,A R , ,:Q.q.... J M, 4 X 4 P xx-.. ,, f A.1 V ':' f I: ,,-: .EE :,, :T :':, E? L' A ,.,' I.: ' i' F , " :5.5g.:, ' x t la '- V :L iff, ' f' 5 "', '- M . E E gi Q R ,M A if ",,, . 5? E 4- , - R .. ..E:i 55 ' "' . , - Q' A X . "' , 35? .nfl ,Qi ,.... , .Y ig: It Q X X Y ' I 5 5.3 1. Lucy Stone ARERS, ANDREWS, BERT, Brzws, HIESECKIER BROWNLEE, DUNAWAY, FIGGE, QPILLESPIE, HEIROXIMUS HENRX', HEVERLING, MAGILL, MAY, A. MYERS J. MEYERS, RANDALI., LARABEE, SHEPARD, SPANGLER STANDLEY, VVHITEHURST, BYREE, VVINSLOW, W1NsToN 169 0 EQ Q Y 45512554 fum., 1929 AsBuR1ANfk5fX3L3O 535 ',, I .5 m fx ,t..7m,J .,,V V m.. fxx A Iifihjw,-'1.u,-VQQX ? 'li-, x fCvQL,ff! ,ff ,ff 41 xg X- .. O xX,m,MZWA.E ir: AV 14 favs, I K5-fy 6-"' if J to 3 J V x 'Q X qi I 4 Q 4 . f L, , 1 . N4 6 .f Henry Clay Bukxllmmak, C.xRm'lusRs, CURTIS, linwnms IERNY, FlI.1.Al0Rli, Count, Gyurzs IIUMPHREY, F. KlZSSI,liR, W. Knassmfx, 1.1212 Lliwls, M. I.0Ylf.IOY, I.mv12I.1., B. Momma l'.4xxr:l.la, l'lIlI.I.Il'S, Rumen, lwxxnlfr, XVx wx' 170 Q-il,-kJ? gi- . fume 1929 AsBuR1ANQkQ3,f.xp fi , f Lx Q ... Q WC- 5 W X' -9fi?f'?17e'ff-:fy Q S 212 XX S 05 US,Q,,,f--x M Q OXO Q f X S RQ,!"5 Nfey 'W QQ! " R '65 ff S S " E -.zf Z , -:Z-2 4 H, 'i :zzz 2555: -A : ' ' +'--:5-j:p:5,,. Q 1- . 1' if -:-1 I is i n 5 ? , Sophidelphia BUCHER, C,xBRER.x, Cmlrz, Ex11OuOl.x HONTSMAX, KILRY, BURTON, LOVELACE MORFORIJ, N. MORRIS, M. MORRIS, NEOME1s'rER ROSERELLY, SCHMIOT, S1-IAFER, SVVICERT, THOMPSON 17x fx- ,fy O OA cgigij Crhe 1929 ASBURIAN "L -,-fy' yy -1... 4 nv, C L7 , f 'Z1411515if'f'75?fg'l"fL'Q? C D .9 A f gf, 'ijIfl3i1g.3f:j,:.?T X "bd F ' , - ,.,,f if x ,,g, ,, 'i Tw' ,C +jf"'igff,,?":j1 ' x, , ' ,Q, e , ' . X ' 3. , f , SJ 'fx f .. 3' ibm . ' N l kplx K-4 L-1 c,vx.v,L ix, xxiukl V K ,J 'L 4,A....,l Lgimke W qwefeg L2 1 14 X A9 fQ. ,eg I Sven K wx Intercollegiate Debaters QiII'l-'IN, Illix'leu1,1x1:, llIl.I.I5, Rum, I,mx1vx.l, 1XI.AR'1'1x, Alckilluls, L5Yl?RMYliR, llxkxlzk ROOT, Rousll, Scmum, S'l'.wn1,EY STROH, L. THOMPSON, '1'R.XMMliI.l,, XYILLIAMS, XVINSTOX 172 1 Ville 1929 ASBUMANEQ? Jqifzlefics Y. D. VVESTERFXELD Dircrtor yffv .M- -ww W SM 133 , We A , 7VH,,QffQ.':,Nkf. 4-p,,.,A,L , . - f 4 ' fir' '14 ff' , 5 i- -Q5 f-72,9 ,f F. -V '37-ff "f W, '- W "1' , 2217 g Nif- 'OC' ca X X 1 - f .,- Q X.,NsmJ'A,T XS' X X-.v.5??WMi:,,d,i,', ' 2 'lg 155151, f X XLJ-fx.: wx, Qfwx E A .MI ',5:.f1fZf:i,' 1 1:24-vi F371 . 4 5 0 MJ tv ''i4f,a,,g,.LQ:21:3?fg' f4?:,' 'f 'XJ U -1-1' un- . SITNIORS '74 FQ- o , 5 5 ci ziiifff' me 1929 ASBUMANJ Q J. ,, .W : -' " f,11,ff,jff:f"jf,-',Q.'QQ ,X W I fm' jg Niuhfx X Qxflgf ij bf X f It ,j 7.3 N52 XXX mx--1Qd,,,--X M190- f A 1 fl ffneewff f -X G X-f ff 'S WX 'f7"fjf':2Lf.if,'j, J 4g5'gfv1:fg'H ?" W Q ,I V , My ff, :f'V,:,f,f.,,f5,, ,ffm ',p,,,,LQ l... ml 5 ' 6 I 5 1 L- 1 JLINIORS 175 O fx 'Q' O KXXQQ QQ! f'H1e i929 ASBLIRIAN YD 0? Qf . rw FN f fx. 9 .yw I ,ff wi: A 1 ,J , , Z I ' f " Off .ff f95"L.Zf .,?g,,,1. " N- .Qy.,.,...ZN'-- 7 , ,412 ., ,ff v xx 6 Xuffg "" N-Xssgj mf "xx MX, I, - fggfgjgglf -' "f' '7 , , W .Lf nr ...A V 4 1 I r SOPHOMORES 176 x,', .. ix Pye 1929 ASBUREJBQQ5 Sf? W ,-if , f- 1 ,f .14 A 'TNQ . ' K' Q3 V way X ,fax gn: f ,VV .ff ,,,.f - 23, .11 Rf' ,M iff x , X- 'X. 0 if X f.. X ff f ,-,,,f,Qifu2",V2fl15ff"'f X KX ' O U 2-f A FRESHMEN 177 fu., Q me 1929 ASBURIAN Q -is 5-A 7255 0 'v"""' A -M X Q V ,. , , Q: -ff ,,,.-- ffzhlv- '51 Q,',X,,- N, 1- . A'-' " jf' Af . Nb- 5Q'jyN H '-6' 5' Z! 3 W . 1 n , I 2 I ' , 1 ibjifii 1 Q Q M ' U : q . R f, - ,- .H ff 4 'ww' .ga N K " . 9 -1 1- ,.." ' I A Aj. fm -5 I I v ., xi,,x ,, q ' WT W 0, . ,lx - ..--..,- --....,.-.' '- - Y X K . TENNIS SN.-XPS 178 N f- ' f'Q' ' 1 f me 1929 AsBuR1ANiEQ'3gO Aw,fE 7' wi .NV wr C3-...N ff Q We M f ff, 'Qgiff-?iff2,.:.,"iX Q 29 4' SSQ., X X . Xl' 9 " ,wx -" ,..iQ.,g,.:L,Q..f' A-ff' ' A 1 f 9 4 A, -A M- W , I If' VmWmMw fx WMm Q I::iEEg!EEiiEE5F:g!Ei CALISTHENICS 179 A -,fxx 0 , O , KX , fume 1929 ASBURIANSQJSEZO xy! A ?-l----33 c' 'X Qu,-'Z HZ I , f , ef 5 my n 0 I I 5 . 1 if 6 -D: 'M 14? --fffw-F-ww,-.. f ' f Q ,223 00 9 Q xp , ,,,,. 1.,,, 1 , f .,,, .... --....,. . I f-'44 Q' , jL.g':I.j ,,. 4 . X K I, I JJZQZZ ,557 31,1-j.p5,j,f,,,, KN WO X --,Q '-f , M, ' . '1 241 ' Ni' xnxx 5 'QT Z Q,.7f32gE3l,fjf,- X y g, rv' .--- aw- 'X 54 5"f?17f?,,,,-ff .if n - C5 Q xl - Q 15" I ,I Y: 5, 4 ! ' QWL' . 4 my .. , , - :... 17 , 4 N- A , ,,,. M- . S, LZ w h, ,p r W' 'T?"' 32 . Q , up , pjrnnwf, A W ..4,,-A - 4uEd?",.v4r' x am- Q- 1 V ' Q-' X :,, K 1., ' ' ' ' - ' S cr-gt H1 -X-":'S'Qff+'jx-i li' A 1, x f EW A . lu' ' - F, , . ,TT wx' , ' " '53 P 1 -5' JY - N Q. Y - --- -Y Hi N. fl., TRACK SNAPS 180 il-ffhiwmnlxiwf Q SkXysk,iN-'Lf e - .C o -DJ wk 9:21 , hMC9,,,-,,x K f, . Q? ,?.Qm, X. X f " ,fmj pf' Aw. UX:::Q1cQp---F25 6XX...i.?..,f X--,! " "'L X , X552 v U pw- f Xml? h,,....,6fe,' OX"i LJ xy -1: ,,,,,, , SENIORS JUNIORS 181 fx fo O ry Q V, me 1929 ASBl,1RIANl?f3!Q . fi fi -,e --,mwah-7-a,,6 ,. rw A I ,,.f7,j7:21.,',,,,1gSL,,,",:.'.? JA - 'f'f':':fLf,fZ WV, ' Q f....f X Af' if 420' :- ' zvfiw - x4Q4k- sf g,,,!Q f-NX Q fx ,. ' --,aagf,12f,4 ,-51,31 1 xx , V Sim' ,M X , 2 'A , ,4,'gg-Nz, V 'fy ,.f-.'L,f,7' .U if x ni? wr X 55,f"f27w5Qz.,J,1,,:f,Z'f.1fwY'?'f KN 1-if! xl Q S... Ny. f , SUPHOMORES LETTER ST UDFNTS :Sz cj. 1929 AsBuRtL8LiQi FQQhEiC Snaps G, NELSON Moons Plmlo Ediior f ,,NL'6fvj4 V .1 A , X JR HJ!-X. K Ai, vuvfg 1 V . f"' 1 -fx-f vvcflfcfzx ,ff .97 Jr..-'if'-'Y' '-VV-w-if J-0, .,Q4,W4.2.Z.2-...X n wi Z i . 57.-f,g1x7l,t D: ,M gg 1' f .v f' ff5'?'77"'VZ2:2--1, H fi .,.,xQ9'-'--x. . , ,fz uv, a Q5 X--'fo x .ay Rf -' illv Q ' Wx .. X 1 5,21 H 13,153 U4-, ,457 Q. 21,5 . I at,- '51 --. MUVNT CARMEL 184. 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X-. , N-ff L x., 'fi' w-1 V , .XQXQ - QW Cx AS fm VK ,f , xx JS C- 'Q-Q? f XX A XD OXX-9 X fwfr:-M if 3 'I 3 is Y 5-swears ue1,Q,,g2: N Jqfterword W ISHOP ASBURY 'was one of that modest eompany of heroic souls 'who huild larger tlzan they lznofw. If you seek for the results of his labors you will find them in our Christian eifvilization. Hose' many temples dot our landscapej hofza' many worthy institutions trace their ex- istence to the sacrifce of this lone circuit rider! lVo age ever needed more deeply tlzan our own the light that fell from the life of Franeis jsbury. Its his hgure stands for all the tomorrofws in a place of honor, the fact that on horseback he rode two hun- dred se1'enty thousand miles and prearhed .sixteen thousand sermons, will he a re- lvulze to those at ease in Zion and an inven- tive to spreading scriptural holiness in the land. Uye offer ourselfves, as a Christian Col- lege, upon the altar of a nefic' conseeration that to .tmerica might he gifven that de- wotedness, that faith in God, and that love of our fellofwmen, exemplzfed in the life of Bishop Francis jshury. r-.9 Q' use P5- zb' A -1 I' 'IGEQGE -'S 191 ffm l929 ASBURIAN rf Q D-'kf"D Y af cr' Q- cn 8 r D Ni' fl 5 so FJJU Alf 'fp ' USPXPDY X43 I7 1 Au iw -sm .mx ' af - 10 .- V 5 ,zcpfffflfifit 5- A ' simfk J 1 68 f ,f Q 1 ol f 3 Y an . 1'?jjjgg'j5jfj1 .ffM,j,,,g?g,Qffj'? g m, 1, fo, of .PQ if fr xjya 8 5- if 'sa f f A' sf sf N F " " 7 Xa f Q Xp owl E40 J P43 ' 'A AQ, 740 was ' 9- 'I . 5 . . 74-KJ ii! The ASTJUTIHH S FIHHHCIHT Report, - f JQPO . 'P cps Cuzzfzizhlllizll Dope ki 0-' RECEIPTS SlIbSC1'lDtlUl15-73 annuals SI.6Q ...... . Donations from kind and benevolent friends . . "VValt" Kessler, for extra space ............. . Y. D. VVestertield, for use of staff 1'oom on Saturday nights . Advertising . .. . ......... ..... . . . . Hrihe from Orpheus Chorus for picture in the annual . . . . Tips from Potter, for putting picture on sweetheart page . . Hush money for Collegian Staff dates across the hall . . From Nellie llloore, political appointment fee ......... Tip from Elmer Lewis for putting his picture in the correct place . . A 123.37 D 1,000.00 59-00 10,000.00 5.00o.0o .tow 84.00 178.00 22.00 Total . . . N EXPENDITURES , Printing . . ...... . . ljiigraving . ....................... . Stall Banquet-at College Coffee Shop lH2lIllblll'gC1'S iff 5.10 eaeh . . Stamps tfor lfditor's and Business llanagt-r's letters to sweethearts . X U-Drive-lts for Staff members-to and from classes ..... . l. P1 Campaign expenses for Editorls race . .... pl Campaign expenses for Business lxIZlIl2lf.fCl'lS race . . ' Use of Stalills mind . ....... .... Chewing gum for the Editor ........ lfxtra Cost of improving Hazel Elson's picture . lfxtra to Ray Swanger for lights in staff room . A little ext1'a to profs for excusing staff nienihers from class work . . 515.406-37 S 1,000.00 800.00 1.60 14.22 54.00 1 32.00 3,000.00 8.00 .1 5 15.00 ji .00 42 5 .00 Total expenses . . . Proht .. ....................... . . . QNO'l'lf: lfditor and Business hlanager will spend a year 2llTl'02hll. l 192 D ,fs -Q----- fi 5 C5015 ' me 1929 ASBUR.IANQl-fX'C-C-E..?'oll3 1 S 5,480.97 5 0,925.40 ff-me 0, 1 e 3" 'fo-ff -6' X ,I I ' st' I . ' ' ' , 'fi e JPL? ' . gl: rig- ' -V 555- -1 R ' lv' xv ef A V-,':.x,.l ' . - .Y . -34 e A . -. f e ,,. SY- 1' A u ,:,,?,e. .3 .37 , J f - Y "1 -:Y-fn ,C . V ff-' l .1 -- - .fm . :lfff-3 ,ab I 'fu A' 71 -' .4 Cheap, reliable, adequele X , ff I ie 'ee e service or domeslic., llee, eqricul urelxemmercial 'ee ee end mduslrial require. f 3 menls.JVew serving '2'20 communilies lhrouqh i800 mules e irans- reission lines. ,x x xy, r Knmwckv UTILITIES ' - e COMPANY N 9 0 , oe , ffrl-.e 1929 AsBuR1ANj4Q??O ' 1 Jfwfugf Ac W7 BLM, jf-4. 'ee ""3 f ,U , . - QW f Def? Ha Aff? I ,Abu-G vt: 4,yvL ,To Faculty and Students of Asbury N441 College 1011 Z The best service possibleg we consider none too good for our customers. To those wishing to establish relations with a , strong bank, we heartily extend our service. 4-6400 ' ILMORE DEPOSIT BANK WILMORE, KENTUCKY Four Per Cent on Time Deposit Save With Safety John Rowland AT YOUR G Son Rexall Drug Store QUALITY OROCERIES AUTOMOBILE TIRES L HARDWARE. PAINTS Izx SCHOOL SUPPLIES QUEENSWARE TUBES Slrns Drug Store AGENTS FOR THE "F0"A5bU"D Al11'0lJS" Danville Laundry and Dry Cleaning' Co. WILMORE, KENTUCRX Corner Main and Lexington Avenue WILMORE, KENTUCKY DV!! fx Q Q , OJXL me 1929 ASBURIANAYSRE-tb "We Welcome You One and All" A if? W .1 -Qu F '59Jf-"CFR ef on X WEE' EFX-A2eef"' U CB- "" TQ' 'f U, '--WU COLLEGE COFFEE SHOP Clean, Quick, Consiclerate .Service TRULY ASBURIAN EARL N. DORFF CLIFFORD SEAMAN3 Owner Manager LET's Go To COLLEGE THE ASKJNN DRY CLEANERS FOR THE WILMORE, KY. BEST MEALS IN 'X' WILMORE Special Tables for All Occasio Guaranteed and Complete Service 401 N. Lexington Ave. Phone 7ll Qffers You Quality, Service DRY GOODS, SHOES GROCERIES Fresh Meats, Fruits, and Candies Holman 8: Markham WILMORE, KENTUCKY and Courtesy in Dry Goods. Notions and Shoes G. T. HERRIFORD WILMORE, KENTUCKY GLASS MILLING COMPANY MANUFACTURERS OF THE FAMOUS BOUQUET FLOUR, MEAL AND MILL FEED "STANDARD OF QUA1.iTY" We Handle All Kinds of Field Seeds, Feed, Salt and Coal Phone 614 WILMORE, KENTUCKY 335 East Main Street N fx O O OGXU C1-hel929 ASBURIANJEQJQCK? I 5 E E r i I s , fi f'V'A"AI Glide-Guru'fbnl f511rm11cc,' HkVa 0 ,Affe5'9fCe7w,f ,T f ' A 'Q 'e2'CP2ela4Q , A 'af Q3 -6' FOR DRINKS UZLHAT SATISFY Delightful Surroundings TASTY SANDWICHES Tasteful Food MASON DRUG CO, Slxalcertown Inn Mmm Though' in Drugsu The Place You Can Enjoy WILMORE, KENTUCKY SHAKERTOWN' Ky. IF IT'S Lumber, Hardware or Builcllng Materials YOU WANT TO SEE US Furnishers of the Material for the Hughes Memorial Chapel JONES-SAVAGE LUMBER COMPANY GENERAL CONTRACTORS 'NCORPORATED WILMORE, KENTUCKY 522222125 Pl3'1Tf.'2lIZ'SY KELLER FLORAL The . . COMPANY Commercial Prmtxng COIT1p3.I'ly "Al lllc Sign of llle Rose" E. M. GLASS. Prop. PHONE IB9B LEXINGTON, KY. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Printer of the Asbury Collegian CORRESPOND ON VICTOR BOND IT MEETS THE DEMAND FOR GOOD APPEARANCE AND PERMANENCY ATLAS BOND CABINETS A POPULAR PAPER IN A HANDY CABINET WILMORE. KENTUCKY , o or ,fx N fl-l1el929 AsBuR1AN V55-BO T , T z ygiggw .,, When You Go to Housekeeping Be Sure to Ask For PRINTING College Clula Coffee TUNIS, PAYNE 8: WHITENACK, Inc. PCI1f6COS1Z8.l Distributors COITIPQIIY LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY H. A. CHURCHILL and JOHN T. GILLIG ARCHITECTS LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY N - -A - 4'-n.. Y Architects for the Hughes Memorial Auditorium now being constructed for Asbury College Maescher Eg? CQ, Munns BI'O'Cl16I'S INCORPORATED Crescent Brand LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY HHMS. BHCOI1. Lard BLUE GRASS MEAT PACKERS All Packing House Products CINCINNATI' 'OHIO Patronize Home Industries O Glue l929 ASBLIRIAN 93 rw 'f"""IW?5?"?'?'Q"' A 1,419.7 "" , f ,ig , ,, ,LX .1 ,X I-rj ,f A410 -Qj,f'7'L',.f5fEAJbQg..f. :Q JZ" 11, 'vi,4, fag. X ,J x 'I ,fi ,ff fg .- 'Q'i?160' . ,av i '3'gf5W2,i7Q,2,:l ,V ig 'rg ,,,,.,V 5 ffairivy JA W. T. SISTRUNK E99 COMPANY INCORPORATED Wholesale Distributors Fruits-Groceries-Confections Largest In Central Kentucky WE FEED ASBURT COLLEGE LEXINGTON, KENTUCIQ Laboratory Supplies Fine Chemicals ScIentII"Ic Materials Ainsworth Balances Sterling Chemicals Pyrex Glassware Freas Ovens Thermometers Microscopes Special Apparatus CINCINNATI Lumber Yard Planing Mill COMBS LUMBER CO. INCORPORATED LEXINGTON. IQENTUCNI SCIENTIFIC CO. CINCINNATI, oHIo Contractors Builders O.fIQ, Thi'-icy-ef -Kg- Q7 . ...A xifiy CII-Ie I929 ASBURIAIQW, Q-ix, E Q 13 O.. f I . lf 'T 4 hiv ,I 'gfjiyi-,., ,.i X. 'TQQ ffl? ff f 'Ui 'I ,fx KG Ref - if 4 1 'mf 6' Consult Us When in Search of the Newest Boolcs OF THE BEST AUTHORS, any style BIBLE or TESTA- MENT, Loose Leaf Note- book, Fountain Pen or Pencil, Boxed or Pound Stationery, Church, Sunday School or School Requisites. Catalogue Promptly Mailed on Request. THE METHODIST BOOK 366 Compliments of an ATHLETIC GOODS Friend CONCERN ESQ fl7Oundecl 17891 420 PLUM ST. CINCINNATI, OHIO COMPLIMENTS OF Plumbers Supply Company INCORPORATED LEXINGTON, KY. SUPPLIED Plumlning' and Heating Material FOR THE NEW AUDITORIUM Talce Care of Youl' Eyes HAVE TH EM TESTED DR. C. W. BURKE OPTOMETRIST JOHNS BUILDING 108 NORTH WALNUT STREET LEXINGTON, KY. E-1-l1el929 AsI3uRIAN , G13 U xl jn, .ATA . - - , . ., . ,. . , 4 T524 Lf , fxffi.-T' '--A C .. .fi ,IK-.LA ,ffgza 1 K L 'Xa Zi'-. f f, " " 27"!Zi?-i4'A: ffif 'iffwifbj-'. f -1 f' 'Q . f.....'1' N "' Q CTA-Q f X. f T' ef 'I X- - - ,f ww , 1 'A -L' iff' " ,.i5-f'i43i?ff?'r:e'-'rf , R. 5 fa Z5f 19 'ef CJ O. K. LAUNDRY DRY CLEANERS AND DYERS "Our Name Cuaranlees Service" J. J. OWEN, Prop. FULTON, KENTUCKY Return Parcel Post Charges Prepaid KINNEY'S SHOES for Collegiate Folks If It is New, We Have It LEXINGTON, KY. I45 W. MAIN THE DENTON COMPANY INCORPORATED Our Six Big Floors Are Brimful of F1'CSl'l SC8.5OI18.blC MCfChandiSC Ar the Lowest Prices Consistent With Denton's Standards of Quality Ready-to-Wear, Millinery. Under- wear, Silks, Men's Furnishings. Lamps, Domestics, Linens, China- wear, Curtains ancl Draperies, Rugs and House Fumishings. Glassware. LEXINGTON. KENTUCKY Students Welcome BRYAN-HUNT .?g:.:3IL3z.:2r.:zI"L1':i ':gzI'2z::i:.i COMPANY wl1OlCS8lC Grocers LEXINGTON, KY. 'I' Wholesale Distributors for SUN-KIST BRAND CALI- FORNIA CANNED FRUITS You Will Be Pleased With This Brand Asia YOLIR DEALER FOR IT w ie in town. College women like to shop here because they know that they can always fmcl here what they want at the Right Prices. MITCHELL, BAKER 8: SMITH 230-23? YV. DIn.iu St. Lexington, Kg. "The Qualify Department Sloreh ii.?0l!0biiRGinINI BUTTEPS BREAD BETTER MIAMI BUTTERINE CO. C'INrINN.aTI, OIIIO O cgi qhe 1929 ASBUMAN fx, C3 .... -. ,- f' ja M- Q ,f-530' ,-- W f'f'Wj5f" IT9i1Gi'nw .lg - -9? ,X O if X , cj N f' U3 f- fu' ' l --- .Of---N"f'.! X f 'I ' ' ,U,"5':7vf'f3',CQQ"ff'7' - - XX.. . 'MWf Ef'1,,C7 "W, X V. 5 '5' 'M' X-96' qffzffgfi-ff 1 . Lf ' KJ House olrllljistinctive Jewels . DIAMONDS WATCHES Xxfliether FI'LlltS, Vegetables, CLOCKS Fish, or Condiments, the Savoy PLATINUM AND WHITE GOLD Label proclaims the highest ac- JEWELRY complishment of Mother Na- ture, Human Brains, and Skill. Victor Bogaert Co. UNCORPORATEDJ Order "Savoy" from your grocer JreWClCfS and IlTlp0I'te1'S LEXINGTON, KY. Steele-Wecleles Co. PARIS, FRANCE BRUSSELS, BELGIUM sfamiafd sim 1833 Founded in 1863 Let this advertisement forever be cz reminder that GGLDBERGQS appre- ciates whatever Business we receive from Asbury College, whether large or small. GOLDBERG'S 333 WEST MAIN STREET Lexingtonis Leading Tailors and Clotlziers O J fume l929 ASBURIANODQU , T to 0 ...K V. . Q: fgfggiiwg J NQN ,-QQ Z1 ' ,f , .f,f,f2i'Z.b.f?f E ' , fx Tvfyffxs ff ' . xp r ' "'7f?3'E' 1' " K-1 U The Lafayette Hotel LEXINGTON. KY. Headquarters for ALL Students. Parties for college organizations given special consideration. LEN SHOUSE, Manager MEYERS BROS. Army Coods Headquarters CORNER MAIN AND MILL STREETS LEXINGTON, KY. SPORT AND RIDING APPAREL For Men and Ladies WORK CLOTHES. FURNISHINGS LACQUER '39 ENAMEL If you are a lover of beautifully decorated furniture and wooclworla. you have a pleasant surprise await- ing you in Foys Lacquer-Enamel. This improved finish works like magic. and dries with a smooth. satin-like lustre in about three hours. Can be had in I6 beautiful colors: also in black and white. The Foy Paint CO1I1pa11y CINCINNATI, OHIO Dealers Everpzvhcrc COMPLIMENTS OF CLAY-INGEL CO. INCORPORATED WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Builders' Supplies Face Brick Common Briclc Hollow Tile Etc. Building Specialties 347 EAST IVIAIN STREET LEXINGTON. KY. UKIIOIDII for Our Low Prices" The Fair Store LEXINGTON. Kr. Visit Lexington's Most Popular Shopping Place-THE FAIR STORE IYIIC-rx' you C'll.l'l obtain up-tIv-lille'-lliilnll4- Ntylq-N in Rrvilaly-to-IW-ixr. Millinery, mul A1'1'4'ss0ri1's nt lowest privvs. COMPLIMENTS OF T. C. MOSS TRENTON, N. J, ,-X Q O fx S J q'l1el929 AsBuRIANjfJsD-OO , - "J is at ou' a n ner Again" QUE are America's largest school annual designers and engravers because We render satisfaction on more than 400 books each year. Intelligent co-operation, highest quality workmanship and on-time deliveries created our reputation for dependability. .IAHN 8: OLLIER ENGRAVING CO. Tbotograpbers, Artists and Makers of Fine Printing Plates for Black or Colors. 817 W. Washington Boulevard - Chicago Telephone MONROE voso Q' -.xl e 0 Il0f Su - 9 dn Il? "N O 0 s 0312 jioffhe 1929 AsBuR1A1si-543324: THIS BOOK PRINTED BY BENSON V17 pl 'i .fx , F fi 3? 21 f x rl S I P LARGEST COLLEGE ANNUAL PUBLISHERS IN THE WORLD HIGHEST QUALITY W SUPERIOR EXTENSIV -SERVICE 'FQ PRINRNG Fl N HVIT. Q ENN COLLEGE ANNUAL HEADQUARTERS s km- ...mn . F . 5 , A, ff 3 3 , - , . , A 25 If 5 : A . . J, J .. VH' s ' ' . 1 S I - . ' , ,, D, , ri I V x' I ' . V g . ' X A ' V , A f 3 V' ' Q:-i..-., --, R . 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President ini I 21 Q- Cgrhe 1929 ASBURIAN fx fp , I t'-f'x?T'3fVf1f 'eififcst f ,,.-.-,lv-V -1..afe A' f , ' 0-Y-,.i2,,,, 'X if 5' l ' 2 ' He--1 ' .ff I . , Mid- QQQ4ZwfZwe5,gf:-,f Prgfwe' af s.- f47:gZ,fjg5,Ln,,H,.., .., Zffa ' V f ?'zf:." ,f Xa A ' L' 1 I I ' ' t ,J NE e as r - 45 - 'r , Q4:,i21g5'v,"3u,f" f V4 , ,iff-'ii ' , ' I , 1' ' r ' , W I 1 Q! eff ' f M Q Rtav. Guy' XVn.sox CI..-HIDE A. Lovejoy' lf.r1't'111ifvr Srfrwlnry Busirzrss .llanayrr ANNoL'Nc1NG REV. GUY VV1t.soN, ExEct'TIy'E SEcR13T.fxRv "VVith the remarkable development of Asbury College along all lines, there has arisen an imperative need for a well-organized tield department, supervised not only by a man of unques- tionable piety, but of exceptional business ability as well. "VVe believe that the Rev. Guy L. XVilson admirably fills this vital need. He comes to head up the third major department of Asbury College as Executive Secretary. He will serve as Life Service Secretary, Publicity Director, leader of the field forces, and Superintendent of the depart- ments of Evangelism and Missions. "He is well fitted for the task he assumes by virtue of his background of religious training in Asbury College and a home life of unusual spiritual content, as well as in a number of years of successful service as an outstanding evangelist. "He has had business experience along school lilies of special value. He understands and appreciates the importance of team work and is thoroughly at home anywhere he may be found among his fellow-men. He is a warm-hearted, line-spirited, congenial, and earliest Christian gentleman. and I bespeak for him a whole-hearted and appreciative reception on the part of the friends and constituency of Asbury College everywhere." Lewis Romssox Arenas. rs .15-X ,"Q ' M or 5 fs.-if t fm. 1929 AsBuR1AN Yffssfs c ggi- XJ. YV. B. HUGHES, M.A. Dfan lf 6fQ9,f Z V'f"7'! 1 rjZ ,M ,fqclminisiraiion f 1,1 . fi! R.f xx Q 1 .7 VIRGINIA FISHER, A.B. J. B. Kuxvox, M.A. NI.-XRY FORSYTHR, MA. French Chnrxistry and Dean of .UNI English CATIIARINE BIEsEcxIaR, M.A. MRS. 1. M. XVx'.u'r. B.S. lfnglislz English and Dran of Ifomrn FRED M. ESSIC, M.A., PI-I.D. ANNA L. SEEKING, MA. DAVID XV. N,-XNKIYEL, M..-X. Pxyrhology 1UoI1rrn Languagr.v Bioloyy lIARnI.n M. IIlI.I.l,-XRD, M.A. FERN N. TIIIMAN, RN. Sf7lllli5ll .Yursr XVILLI,-XM I.. NOFCIER, BD., M..-X. S. A. M.-xxwrI.I., B.D., S.'l'.B., MA. Sofia! and Poliliml Sdrlzn' Rrliyinus lfduuzliuu 24 A "N or f . f'I11el929 AsBuR1AN 5,0 A , f' "'W ?f' xq '?'Q'f'3ff? WM A .fm fz -' x f Wi Qf'?"Q?i'7 252 ?'f'.'f5,.m?iL4- , Q -X '?' 1 A '...-.,f..t:'rg-,M ---' 'p f ,fafff .Ol Cv ,B " ""2 2445, X35 O Us gnfg Lv 37' R W 0 eq Fl..T-....,.,,.. .-, . P Qjfv 14. -.v ' 1 H. E. ROSENBERGER, M.A., P1'1.D. Mrxxlu CARMICI-IAEL, A.I1. Nasu ABBOTT, M A Plzilosoplly .lsfistafzt Dum of lfomrn History MRS. EVANGELIXE Amms Ni.-XRY CORLEY, M.A 1 Vain' Exprrssion LENA B. NOFCIER, A.B JOHN M. MAXEY, M.A. XVILBLVR O. ALLEN, MA B IJ Librarian M!llhl'IllHliE5 Grcvk and Laluz HENRX' J. PIERVEY, M.A. FRANCIS M. Hesmx M A Education Education MRS. E. P. BARRER, M. A, AMY L. PERSON, M.A. English Rrgistrar 25 ?The l929AASBL1RIAN Q5 S.. ii? rw f.. J, lilgpbszv.. .w'f'fLff1 X Q A gy.. W N 1 ,Q ,Lf,.3?.,Q,,..,lg , , Q K D ,'.f'-we ,.fgfff.W5f if ,wk -.X Y F .ZX-. 9...,.X U , . ',,, X Y Xfif f-f-. .. Y vi! If 44 .'-..,..f-f-,v1f2f,5",1:2I:.'f4'.'.1f',:w'.',L3"U," , . .- ' XM- 12 "N----...ii,..f X..rO 'fxQff,C2i2?ff3.:ff:,'-' 41f1"7'f X RJ ' W N fl, .gf V. dc., f' . 1' .5 -,535-V , ff, z -5: Y , an , 1 -ff Q-7,7f,,:-,fc,g,',3f,,4zf.f:f.f ,v,,4,.,- mi - fa, U X! '-3'ffff,if2. U Ten of the Thirty-fxve Members of The Board of TfUStCCS Xvgbgi F. Ii. B.fXR'I'I.E'I"I' BISHOP FREO H. FISHER ll'inlrr Park, Flnri.f.1 Nrqv Yorl: Cily, .Vans lV0l'.f' MRS, M.-xxx' l'I.xRR1s ARMOR BISHOP H. M. Duliosla J. L. G,xL'Gu Talr, Gvnryiu ll'i1151o11-Salrnz, X. C. lfilmnrr, Kv11I114'l',1' IE. S'1'.xx1.lax' joxlas, D.D. GEORGE XV. Xfxusuw Nrfw York Cily, :VNV York La'.YiII!!f0lI, Kflllmky XV. XV. I'IOI.L.-xxn, 13.11. C. C. Y.u.,xms CIAREYQE TRLE XVIISOX Cinrizmuii, Olfiu llvlroil, Jfifllijlilll ll'11.flfinglnn, D. C. 26 . 'rxx fc -- -E-.-l-1-A---fc 'AX, 1 cg: gf qge 1929 As13uR1ANikxES2 Q x., .Ms - N , .-:,.,?s"' ,,,. ,, A 2 .ff A1 " of O. A ' -f X Vw- 6XX i3..-f N .XYZ www? , ..,M. X XQff16 WW H A K ... - . Q fa U 65 1 J l Student-Faculty Council RUT11 FIGGE JM' B. Kuxmx A. XV. TOWNSEND, JR. CLARICH MORFORIJ FRANCIS M. H12s'1'Ox GORDON BARNES VIOLA Sw1cER'1' BYRON STROH BRAINERD CHRISTIE FRED H. LARABEE MARY CORLEY 27 FX. QQ gum l9z9 AsBuR1AN 5220 -4 fc WSW- -5 'W X ,231 ' e N f -...,..if., X --, . X ff5'x-...! Hes H O 'Cf REV. GEORGE VV, FULLER REV. Nliwrox Krxc, jk. Firld RFPl'EJl'llfll1i17l' Fifld Rc1br'e'scntalifz'L' OFFICE SECRETARIES HELEN BISHOP Frouuxcra BURNS Loulsr Srrrk Sm-rvln1'y ln Sm-uw-l:1x'y Ku S1-1-n-tary In President Akers Executive Secretary Business Manager ASBURY ALI' MNI ASSOCIATION FRANK Monuusox Dk. VV. L. Norcm: J. R. P.-xkxm Am' I.. Psksox Second Vice-l'r4-siulonl PI'L'Sil'1'llL 1-'irsi Vice-Pm-siris-lxl Svvrclary-Trvnsrlrmr 28 fx f-O O ,Rb f Ffh.. l929 ASBuRIAN4 4. F' 3 , Www view? ff 33335 f if Nw mf wiffxfqf Seniors 292 wif T QQ- ,gf f' kfigiljlii? A --Q , gffj X I X , M29 XX' - . ' , - . ' -,f ,. fn If .,:,11W. H ' ' ' fy wh f . - W x- ' M an 71.1 f, 1- ' N ' -4:',"T:.1r'Z"" 'V ' 1- ' .:-f,f.f:- ""iZ1"w1" F V X , 2: '43 v N . " 7' aff? ff" 17, i'v.fZZ,' 'fwzill ,' Gil, , ., f, I 1 . 'E I I, f, X . A-fr X vs ,,f 154.14 .,.,, YJ if ! 1 A I PI.-XZITI. QJLIYIER f 111lIA't'0l ' 2 X x, 30 QEKQ f"?The 1929 ASBURIANQ-QQF5? 4' XKIFX-B-N ---- ----- MMD-' xx.,- I , 1 I. . I . Q f N ,fit 7 1 ,659 lx, 7 f '9 S t , V 51 .5. :,.. , 1 Q i X f l if ll 411, 0 l ' ff ': i " , .' I 10 l-nfl .itll ' rl um-12' SeI'liOI' Class llI.fxRGARnT Bonn XVINSTUN limo Ml'rCHELI,, SOUTH nAKo'm Avn.l.A, INDIANA Major-English hflajor-Philosafvlly She has intellect, a charming personality, and XVinston King needs no introduction, because is one of those persons upon whom one may he has made an unusually Hne Collfgian edi- depend. Added to this is the genius for tor this year. He has many sterling qualities friendship. VVhat more could we ask? which all recognize. 31 s w f-sgflw X Y X '-.,-. AXS iw l lllll, ml 'r 'Q , as 5275 l'-fl 'J ' K lf A .: g I X X L - , 'l -ill, 0 N5 X . .- in nl.. .- ., s . Qs l- ,vfgfr-r w dw X X,ljygiSfW5!x"1 :WZ ' .I ,K K flfwaf A A P ,rx X l X Xxx M "milk 1 ll . lily -9219! .PX ul--ni. ,- 'X M F XXX A xx ft.-f-'1 QW' J f , SCHIOI' Class 'I V 'x,. X llYlwN S'l'uu1l Axxx 'li.Xl.l3U'l"l' xuxlu-ixmx, 01110 l1XBl.XSL'LS,UlIlU lklnjur-llixlory Mnjui'-Grrrk, I.uIiu Bu-nu has high stnudarcls and hopes. llc is She is quiet in that delightful surf nl' xx inmginntivc that happiness is lmrdg his glmr makes the ring of her lquglm-r gill xhe calls Cllllllill lllNillS he flffillecl. ln N.'Yt'l'lll inure uelcmue. She is llllllllI'Q'll tor iutcllu nays his imlcalls :xml their fulhllment llzlvv tual hrilligmci as well gs fur qrqisxip gllwilirx made their impressinu on the campus. 32 .L I , fi V -"4 ' 7' -1 ' ,fran ht by , 4 y 1 wwf M li f .FW 4 W A ' E . n A l y ' fi- I WI ! J I V ' iw 5 , 'V , . I 9-N, -A h , 4 Vp - f A i. ' fin M ,f f f, 5 f , ? it- M - X Y ' . ' x' 'Ai W K Y Ml L W. 1 f fy ' K W fu, it Mick SeI'liO1' C1355 Llioxfxlto H. COC!-IRAN AI.-RRY CR.xwIfo1w s'1'oNliwAl.1,, GEORGIA GREENVILLE, TEXAS Major-Englisfz Major-Enylisfz Leonard is one whose affections are warm Mary knows the value of conscientious effort and ardent-no uncertainty here. He is out- Though moderate in the expression of feel- spoken, but is tempered by good judgment. ing, she experiences the deeper emotions. 33 xxv Ml 'ffxm SCHIOI' Class lflmmiiclz L. Momma Yioi,m' M.xR'r1N unliimliws, mum IIRUXYNSYII I lf. l'l"XXl-.SSFIE hi1ljUl'-l:i!IIOjfi!'l1l Sliflllf' Mziim'-l"1'w11rl1 Ilerc is ll faithful, innntely lmnest, perfevili Violcl is not from U:-Orgili. hui She 1135 the sincere, and przictivnl person, who slwws by soft ape:-th uf the Georgian. She is gracious his quiet sivtions that he has high iilezlla. ill Il11llHN'l'. quick In Nm- the plmgqm gidg nf - lite, and ready tu take advantage of it. 34- 0 -0- 8. s ff. :,,, JH, K I, I, ,, , as-urn fm fnlffxddl . f fe L I "1'jgMf uf, e l if, " l ' 644. 'ova 1 izzwmf Wf' zf,,,if'2,fffieIj Senior Class , bylaw'- 2.'ff7'046A41 2 E u I . S16 f ' ' ' I ALICE DAY I-REDIERICK HILTY COATESVILLE, PA. lvlfl-lOl'-Fl'l'7ll'll SHAm'sInE,0H1O . M, Major-Philosophy E 1 ' Alice is so quiet and reserved that many Fred is one of Asbury's friendly, honest, kind, I would not suspect her of being an "A" stu- and steady students. He will attain results Q44 dent, but anyone well acquainted with her through persistent effort. 44444 a, has profound respect' for her opinions. ffm l X ll WN f N Y 9' li ,w x N N I lirx Agn i A ,gl N ,NH 'X W, Q Xl if Wa l - ""- F737 ai il ' 1 I x A X R ll .. -fm' l 0 4 w ' X ll -wily Q X , 1 , x ' ' ul if X la Xl X l My XXX M Xxx li N SCIIIOI' Class slliNNlE AIYERS KANSAS c1'1'x', MISSOURI lVlllj0l'-llldllftllillll Fund of all lovely things in life, color :ind mrmony are strong in Jennie. There is ll relinexneln and reserve allmut her nhirh i num 1llll'll1'llN'C. KI.xLiR1c1i BL'RKH0l.lWlfR XYIIMURE. KliNl'L'CKX lNlajur-l:1I'114aliuu llis nptimism, his habit of looking on the lwriglmt aide of everything, his unilerstnniling nf people, :incl his illtcllectilzll powers fnre- vzht xi uwfnl life for "l3urkie." ,fm .. , if fefffffvfa fw A X ,"' fl L11 S ' f,': i f ' V K- :gm L 'l "' t Q " df ,L L s is WW L W N- ll -L i A,,'f,J,4 """ N' JL , A QM ,flllfzi . SCHIOI' Class RAIMOND H.4LL LA BELLE, FLORIDA Major-liioloyical Sfifrlzw Raimond is usually our entertainer as we wait in front of the dining hall. His clever say- ings and amusing ways while away many terlious moments as we wait for the bell to ring. KI.-XRY LATHAM XVILMORE, KENTUCKY lVIajn1'-EL1'114'alion Mary is Competent in teaching religion to young peopleg besides teaching well, she is considered one of our best singers. She has the lot in life of making others happy by her music. 37 x xii ,ilgli WAN T AX x 9154 M " .u i Xhlibli l l N X AM 1 'l . will A X : xl , J Q K XX-75,333 fr Q Nh gy h l' . S6I'1iOI' Class Ri-x1,rH Pram' RL TH Hiivisnrixc MT. VERNON. OHIO HliI.l,IXGll.XM, w.'xsulxG1'oX lhlilkllll'-Fl'l'!Il'll Major-Sofia! Srirmr llv has the teluleiicy to go through life milillr Ruth is of ummml ability, especially in pu ml ll10Cl9l'1llUlj'. Ralph is orderly and quiet in ting her idx-:is over to her nmlienve. She his work :mul is quick tn turn Ll friendly hziml. true, lrustix'orxl1y, :ind efhciem. 38 sk! , I J 1 ' J Wlffiffwg We 4 XM 1 fl fr i f V i - f :Y A 6 gf, ,f f lx ,Q A f j f2igl? - Rv 9534. W Ui". NW no ft i swf- 1. 1 vxelm f t ' l Wiz! .f ff. SenIlOI' Class ELEANOR rl1RIESC11MAN FORREST BROWN MOUNT lIliAl,.'l'l'1Y, 01110 13LK'1'oN, 01110 lVl21j0l'-Sfifilll Stinzcv Major-Rrligiolfx Edufaliozz A thorough student is Eleanor. She is quiet Allowing the better influences of life to domi- and reserved, but when called upon, her an- nate him, Brown has cultivated Zl nobility of swers show conscientious effort. soul which marks him from other men. A steadfast devotion to spiritual values is evi- dent in him. 39 XxX XXX senior Clasts I'3LBliR'1' S. BIORFURIJ Cl,Axult'l5 KIURVORIN IIII.I,SIZOR0, okliuox lun lsmnm, mzrtmx Mnjol'-Edllmlinll Majm--lfinlagfitul Sfirrztr Elbert is hest known as the tenor who has XXX- always think of Clnrice with ntfectiu done so mneh to advertise Asbury. In what- hecnufe we rcrnemher the tilncs she sung ever Held he enters :lfter leaving: school uc llk and hmm milling she hah lveen to he nt wish him Iife's hest. help whenever the UL'k'ilSi0I1 slcnlnndeti it. 40 1 V 7lf'll' -f' f ,V l", fpwfgff f-f' -' WI W Q ,A - 4K I 74 , I 'V' ff - ' ' . WN' 'IWW' X1 ' ,, . I I 1. B Qlgg. ' fihll Wil' f i f ' 1 1 41 1 . em if . if f X. ,- tugs, A ' il , ff .N 155' ':'.'7lyl! - I 1 f kt- f--m--"Hahn . wa f r . 'll 2 fqilfll f f X gl f 'lv ,fjjb aff, Q 4515.5 fp! if , 1 " ' 4:7 ff! 11.0 ' it f'4L Senior Class M.xR1E Srrmcuu I-ilfLlEN AI.-XGILL PEORIA, ILLINOIS wEs'1'1iRv1L1.E, 01-110 Major-Enylislz Major-English VVith a definite purpose in life, Marie has set She is conscientious and exact in her work, herielf to the task of preparation. No student and besides, is always the same smiling girl has been more diligent or faithful. Such ef- while doing it. She is 21 high type of college fort brings returns in a life well-lived. woman. QI f f 'V 41-ff? ii ., N lv f.f'fz f ' V 1 . 1 5 . Svf fyf 4, -Q4 VW X 'V ' 1, v i v ,1- 1 4 r JAX rfjrjvljf yyi JUN y, if yn W jd i 'J ad if -fy Jff if i J, " 1 .1 1 J f I J gs' 1' .7 f ' ,J 14X ,,' ' y I5 af , .7 L 'I I, . 1 ii, L . In ' ll ' Ki' J i. jf X 1 Ji i fl i lfif? 4' ,K X' , ,'.i '--1 ,J , ' iv!" ' ' if . 4- '-J 'sw J t ' x .1 - i A, .' .' . f ' J' ,, Ll! Senior Class ra j J I f 0 -- N 5 4 J , 1 , X ix i , . !X ,X hI.XRYlN Bi3.xnLi5 f1IER'l'RLllIf bllvlmcx , 0 1 J J LA1fAx'li'1"1'li, l.0U1s1.xx.x wussixmnx SPRIXGS, sm lll n.xxul.x U - . , . . . . . . 'j Milj0l'-l1Il!llI.V!l AI1l.l0l'-1:IOIIl!lll'Ill Aclfllzi' i w . . . . . . KJ ' A jolly, good-nntured fellow is Marvin. Gertrude has been ll kind, tender, pzmcul Since he is highly emotional he reacts quickly and m-Hicicnt nurse. Quick tu fvcl our weak tn spiritual illHll0lll'l'S. The hettcr things hzlvc newes, Nhr has vzlrcli for us with xylllpgnllrtin ZlI7iilC13ill his life. hands. NYhiIe cnrriing thc lumlcns of 1 4.2 nurse she has llllllit' ll gnnd srlmlnstir record 'li rx- ANMJ ww ' I I.. ,1 , ' ' -1 V, I if for l f - '- I I i f I . 512 Y NSKI IBQZITXZ A FA, ,.a. g I TE, I . ' ,ffl xf I I I. fig Senior Class LUCY MATHEWS FORT VALLEY, CEORCIA Major-Englisfz That soft, Southern brogue of Luey's has won her many friends. She is Southern friendliness in person. She adds her hit of happiness to Asbury with her brown eyes and flashing smile. I 43 -IQIIN GUYER HUDSONVILLE, ILLINOIS Major-Biologifal Srifflfr john has the ability to win trust. He is a dreamer, and an idealist. These character- istics lead to greutnessg they generate Z1 mag- netism which is irresistible. l T' 1 l 'Nl v I l w nv " Y., "gmt 4 - X www A 5. t l kx..4,AN ty - y -ll E X XX N ' l 1 ,I it ffl l' I 1 ' fi: W5 ' 0 . y X x vs .N Q1 X " '-'M ' "XX l-g av I ry Q X 5 '3 , T X . . I x P' X -gsvwwh - 5 tx Y S . .x QKNQ QL l QXXA XV f t v N 1- -it worm. w et. Y 7 r 5 ' 1 s , 'X I A X X lyfl , 5' Senior Class Nd . 'p' - xr , xl S. E. lxICLREI.I2SS Rxvxinxn LINDIQR SAN .-xxioxln, 'rlixxs MARION, IXIIIAXA Mztjm'-Ezzgflixll INIaim'-Rrliginilx 1i.iuli1lin11 'Snllie" is either laughing nr smiling all the Here is patience PCl'50llll'lt'tl. A man uhm can inte. If anyone needs :1 clependnlwle permit rim the college truvk :mtl keep eu-rylmdx just cull nn him. lumpy, :mil :it thc :anne time lw am exrellem slmlcnt, tlcaerves thc :itlmirnliuu nt ull. Um halts :tru Ulf In him. H A246 4-Q77 Q5 ' Ffjj- ' V f V' "I -'W ' 1 W W, 4 f i. I fit l. n f fl ., ' '- ' A ' UIQ ill' I B ' tllkilf ll. M I e X ll a! X ,gm ," ' I, I ll 'f zf'1tl ff f fl uf, X fn , fp, I ff ,- - I I I I. 04 SCI'll.OI' Class LLOYD POE RUTH ROBERTS LEIPSIC, OHIO EAGLE ROCK, CALIFORNIA Major-Religious Edufaiion Major-Bioloyifal Sfiwm' "Spike" is always full of fun and life. He From sunny California, Ruth has brought a is somewhat of a tease, too. But in spite of share of that sunshine to Asbury campus. that, Asbury's campus would be incomplete Love of happiness is natural to her. without good old Poe. X 45 'A . 3 . lk '11 I xx ' if ' x.-.,,.f' ..,...., , L .. THE 1929 ASBURIAN QA :Year 2-Book Q3'Ef49f5'K9 Ggga E6 Tzablishecl by the Students of ASBZURY COLLEGE 'ZOJilmo're, Kgntucky qjolumc XIV i El.. X V XSilt"'- 'NW . r l wg !-A .XXX Wh i t li V - lil . 1 NWN XX r X. 9 V 'if Q l 'X '97 fwpr ' 1 Q' x - - 1 N l'J'.-"ii ,, w R N Q 1 l rf-i' 'mf 72" "-f- lin? .lj All K My ' R ,es it ,Rss , . A ' QNX X Xt 9 M lflflbl X l if H N Q it l. NNN QQ l X k SeI'liOI' Class N FRED ALEX.ANDER ENIOGENE BAKER QA OXFORD. KANSAS JACKSON. GEORGIA Major-Bioloyiral Sz'if'1m' Major-Laiin Fred has a very friendly disposition as well Exnogene is truly feminine. She has the wnm- as executive ability. He can he serious, hut anly virtue of patience which helps her to usually he is laughing and making everyone endure when it unuld he easier to fight. else du the same. 46 if My MWA .mjffl 7 f. M M O0 ' ll U 1 1 ff I-M4 " - , Q 'xml :eb- Q, qyfo f f ' I ,L Fr M 3412i 6' Q, If 1, - i i, , ff' ffifffv' X 1 ff 7 ' Senior Class wyyifffp WM EDGAR REDFERN ARGONIA, KANSAS Major-Biological Scirnrc Realizing that greatness consists in giving one's life to the needs of humanity, Redfern has offered himself and has been earnest in obtaining his preparation. A. XV. TOWNSEND, JR. VVAYCROSS, crokcm Major-Englixh The instinct to express convictions with de- termination and courage is found in A. W. He has a fine sense of humor, combinetl with rare musical ability, with which he brightens the pathway of those who know him. Nil lit, f ,rl 'fx n it FL 'Slings YI , A X V. L i . K-rx xit i sl N X SGHIOI' Class RKCH.-mn llxlmns lln.n,x llnnztnizmt-in XYILMORIZ, Kvix'l'UCKx' n,xsnnt'Rw, xnmn ILXKHIX lh'11lj0l'--Cflflll islry IN I njur-E nylixlz ll1etl1ree"P's,"persistence,pnise,:1nd power, lluving the :thility to make friends, Hilda ure evident in Dick. He came tn Aslttllj lu leaves hehind rt host of them. A versatile rugged persistt-nt'c, hut lvalves it with putter. student, shi' might he envied hy thnsc less fzlvnretl. 48 "xA'i'Cj7' ' ' flil W 77" " Q f ,QT ,-- cow 1 he Z1 l l '1 l l1 1 e o f so , 111 11-11.11. A . ' e pt - 1 l l Senior Class l l -IAMES B. CfIll,lJS IQIDIE IC1.1.1o'1' ' MIDDLETON, GEORGIA 1. ll Major-Physical Scirzzu' -' When known, Childs becomes a valued ac- l' quaintance, His aims are high, his motives 1 wholesome, and his conduct is that of Il gen- tleman. He is untiring in his efforts, and 1: strict in meeting his obligations. ll l 'iv K J. 'J sHADx's11J1-2, Ol'1lO MHjOl'-EdlZl'dfi0lZ Having the ability to concentrate, Kidie has been a good student. She has learned the art of fulfilling well the daily tasks. ' - 1,1 ll 1 1 A xl Wd' i 9wgj'?!f,M ,,, , sf' -i7M'AL"'fff'.f I ,vu . sf- AX ss . ' xc " UV RLY., , Q1 2' Senior Class J CN- A Guam RomNiaT'r1z CH.xRi.ias Pizrrx' C0l.UMnl.x Urrv, INDIANA Cl.lX'lOX, xmuir c.xRorxxA lwliljlll'-lfllflllill Mzijnr-Sm'ial Sfirrm' She is a good student and Il trustwnrthy girl. Charlie is cliaracteriied by a genial telnpern Uusm is so fine :ind true-blue that we know ment, and the lmppy zilvility of turning way she will he :1 siivcvss in life. and nn-:ins to his own ends. 50 fflffff 1,4 l SCHIOI' Class RAYMOND VVILDER RUTH KELLEY MACON, GEORGIA CENTRAL, NORTH CAROLINA Major-Biological Sfirnu' Major-Edumfion Raymond likes the pleasant things of life. Although she is new among us this year, Ruth The harmony which he sings is but the ex- has won her way into our hearts by her pression of an inward harmony of a pleasing bright, cheerful smile and her pleasing man- personality. ner. Sl tx X f t X N 1 1 e , I , . GQ wil-Q. ' ' J - by 5,5 , K X,.,..-1 , A , J , ., 1. x lr X0 I -N v4.4, Q 'UA-, Jeff-fl-4-4 ' if sfi A l ' I X jf 145 :Lp I 5 Y - f 1- l tht MJ' ,K ,Aw 'i x 'X Fife ? . - -- XXX ' illlxxu fmpvk' Cf n C -: A-Htl. .1 3 M XXX N XL nv, XA If dvvx., i2.,L, 1 1' fi , - f S . , V'-A442 LV' MYIKL wt enlor 355 ,4Mzf, LLvNt,.,J44.LM, ,,,,3 A ""' rf ' 'L'-'4A!. X I C, .,,,,..,., 'P f1Q THELM,-t Cox Muvtx DURST f""' ' ' VVILMORE, KENTUCKY t:RAx'l'svIl,1.E, MARYLAND lj! A ". . Major-liioloyiuzl Sfirzzn' INlajor-Rrliyioux EniIll'l1li0Il 1 Thelma is reserved in that way which we Deliberate and cautious, Durst acts slowly. not only allow hut admire. She is pleasant This assures self-control and dependability- tn ull, but tn those who are of the inner circle clmrncteristics sadly neglected in our time. of friends, she is gracious. K 52 li ' 'iz ' lf" .ii -' Jffij ' ' gin W, ' QM PM e f l wwf -'W ff 1 M I W p Q ,ff f"" " ' .- 1 l ,I I -f. -I 3- I I if 47 , IX f 55 ,9 1' W l I f fi WJ l it 442l6 ' ,1fV, 1 P'Q7 1 ,fsff In ' I I. I..fI 04 p Senior Class NIARY ELLA MOORE LAAIBERT TINNELL ' MOCKSVILLE, NORIII CAROLINA UNION If1AI,I., VIRGINIA l MHj01'-lil'l'l1tll Major'-Biologiral Scicnu' I" Her brown eyes and clark hair speak fm' Lambert is big in body and big of heart. He ll themselves of charm and zittractiveness. Her has been persistent in building a clear mind, pleasing personality will insure happiness tu and in developing the force to express that WI someone. mincl. Il I .-. L ll S3 X. iv -. ," ,I.Q . -,I , s f'.f,Ls:e Iss s -. 1 gy- n i 1 ' l H , ANN X' .n-I MPT A Ax ' - - 2 W M if - - li X WW " " 1 ' ' . , Yhdllikiz S81'liO1' CIHSUS B. FRANK Moss. JR. hull-XL BLEYINS OCEAN crrv, NEW JERSEY GLHNMORA, l.0L'lSl.-XXA Major-1'l1ilosnpl1y Major-Sjuznixll Friendly, easily touched to sympathy, and al- The youngest member of her class, she is to ways ready to give assistance-are expressinns be cmnmemled for her scholastic achievements which describe the faithful Frank Moss. which have shown not only a brilliant mind but diligent application. 54 v I S ,ffm QE of ,f 1 R' f - of W W abil Wy ll ' - fix W X 9 , X' , I W , xt: M.: X . X I 15' Milf SCI1iO1' Class H,AROLD YUST SYLVIA, KANSAS Major-Biological Sficnrc If Harold is to fulfill his possibilities, there will be achieved a life career which is inde- pendent and which not only allows assertive- ness, but which demands and rewards it. GLADYS WESLING P . HARRISON, omo 'all-,Muni Major-Education Although an attitude of reserve veils her from most of us, those who have passed that veil have found a charming and hospitable nature. Gladys seeks achievements of true worth. Allen County Public Library 900 Webster Street PO Box 2270 Fort Wayne, IN 46801-2270 JW U Copyrrghl Earl N Dorf Editor Thomas E. Thompson gt usiness ana CY Aa 'ZX' 4vl7 QB 4 SIP ' mils -. Wy: gn 1 1 S S 5 4 Asburian of 1929 1 2 - 5 P P G ' 4 2 by z B . w 5 A 4 P B 4 5 B M g T AP ff X In iff r f i .X W l. jf!!! i iff!! M ly SCHlOI' C1855 CHix1u.iss GR.xN'1' VVILMORIZ, KENTUCKY Major-Rrligiozzs Edufuliou Charlie has an engaging personality. Friend- liness and goodwill are evident when hc i ill'DllIlLl. The time given to associations hu not hinilered his good work :is Il stnilcnl. Aggr lflmix ll. liR.XX'l' XYll.MORli, iiEx'l'L'cKx' lNl:ljoi'-Rrligfirlizx Eihnufinri essive, courageous, :ind outspoken, yu Nelf-controlled, lfil will force :irtinn whereur he goes. llir IIHIIIHCI' lb persuxixivc. Xl l he is tender and syliipntlwtic. .xlxi ll'.I ' J xU"CT'1' ' 'W ' Se1'll.OI' Class RALPH CL'R'r1s MOOERS, NEW YORK Major-Religious Education Free from harmful prejudices, Ralph is agree- able to meet. An atmosphere of refinement surrounding him is indicative of rx soul trend toward life's highest values. 57 ,l.A2b' Hrxzlal. ELSOX IQLRAMA, m5N1xsxLvAxIx Major-Sofia! Sczfnu Beneath a happy, carefree air 'ind a broad joyous smile, Hazel carries a nature that can be as serious as her loynlti to her fI'lE'IlCS 1 deep Dwi ff l L i Whit X 4 fl it ,Ara Ass l A- l X "lg ,I j , - NY V-xi' A,o,,qpv.ziAJ I ' , Aix 1' 7 , 5 N iff ' . - f My -' ive' ff ' ' F N l e "Q furlfve "'f'El"l'fJ'l l A 'Nilw .f M11-0' MM-f s ,t -X Felt? A wx NNN lilly" lf' ' 1- -4' X ,f X X ,, -st ,,,'.2'g,f.s, . .. I ,-b " ,IQ AX Zz. 3, ,Kay I A M ' fiaffl su-3 ,,A,7 - f, if Z,- ,'2 , I , fe , SeHi01' Class PAUL IelUx'15'r'r Siuuit Mu mi Yosi' NVILMORIE, KliN'l'tfcm' L'RliIGlll'0X, Plixxsx1.x'.xx1.x Major-Ezlgflivlz lNlajur-Ifinlnyinzl Sfirfm' Paul will he remembered as one who per- To those who are not acquainted with her. severed until he accomplished what he desired Sarah Maude is serious and quiet, hut her to dn. One nf his gifts is his ability to think friends Hud her to he witty, mirthful and alto- clearly. gether entertaining. 58 YLWQ7 ff 4 ' fl' jf ii , LUCILLE STROUSE CHILLICOTHE, Ol-110 Major-Biologiml SCiC7ll'l' 1 ffl? .wt o 7 W Q a A WIP' ag ,f, My We W X 1 5- . f '. ,f -e flyj glgliy, fo ,li mi JWPQ i wiv M,f'W! A i. I j ih V V : ffl S6I'1iOI' Class RUSSELL XVHITEHURST XVILMORE KINTUCRX Major English Lucille is rather reserved and retiring, but An innate optimism lends to Russell an air those of us who know her have found that of being at peace with the world which makes she is a good sport, and that friendliness him admired by those who know him lurks behind her reserve. 59 l fa I, wg , X X wt j EX liz? ff . t X 'walmv -t ' X - h X lyk- A-ly" f K R552 ,ltlgy A 9 , K jg '.': W ' L. N . Senior Class P. F. NEXYTON RI1R1.xx1 Ifxouz MIIJIAND L'l'l'Y, .t1..tlz.xM,x C.Xl.I.l0N. onto lVIIlj0I'-llltllllfllllllll Mzijor-Ili.vlory A jolly good fellow is our Flftclier llnll mon- Miriam has llll attitude of reserve :ind mild- itor. To hold in check the prnnkish spirit of 'Nw Hl1iCll is lwuutiful. This imlicntes a forty boys, and keep their love is not llll easy aenae of values whivh knows no Compromise. tzisk. Newton has done it. llis hoys are sorry to lose him. ' r 60 .iw ' s Wlf l fw , d ' ' kX, . -f 1 X 11 I X , f l ffl f f W ffq hr f , ffl! ,'X"'ff, Vx ' 'I A fr 'I' 1 F' "'f',v lnfl ' l, f 4 1. -' JIQ s if 'L , , SCI'llOI' Class MRS. C. XVILLIABIS WILMORE, KliN'l'L'CKY Major-Grrrk Courage and endurance have characterized this life. She has allowed no obstacle to keep her from earning her degree. ORIN M. SlMM12RA1,xN WILMORE, KENTUCKY Major-Rrliyinus Eduraiian It seems that he has heard the call of ambi- tion, which has made him passionately inter- egted in making the world better. That call has kept him through four years of school while providing for a family. x , ' if X ,ml rxm x li AN ssl X is -X .37 w 59 ' ll' 'i L lv f m : X A ,fxw u li in xp .FXX . ..., T --.-g-.l, XX .flxl "i5f'l4'l SCHIOI' Class RIARIUN Iuwlzjm' IQSTI-1 ER XYH1'ri2HL'RsT WILMORI-I, K1iN'1'UCKx' wu.MnRE. KlZX'l'L'CKY Majm'-Che'n1i.rlry lXIajur-Frr11z'h Marion has I1 cheerful smile. llc has the Demurc, helpful, rclinlwle, and loyal-are unusual qualities which will keep that smile words which fit 1-fsthcr. ller disposition permanent through life's tcsts. lmril to cqunl. 62 .WAW7 .W '-"" f wg' f M 'ff :ff QM jx K5 M MM, f . f" fe! Me alll 'f f 5 ' . , - U vi f 7A, l ln I f .f- M! l " , J 1 . W. if - z""WQW'x2lr f X ,D pq ,Yip Z A was. fplf fm i f We f- J, . if ffl Ji m ' 1 ffm. N15-it , ,, . ffff ml 1: 1. - JQ, S61'1lO1' Class J. E. CATRON AUDREX' XVESTERFIELD NVILMORE. KEXTECKY LEAKESVILLE, MISSISSIPPI Major-Biologifal .S'rir11fi' Major-Spanish Here is a man, marle by patient, persistent ef- Once known and loved, Audrey is never for- fort. VVhile holding a responsible position gotten. Nothing clouds the beauty of her and caring for a family, he has won his de- ideals. gree. To such men, special honor is due. 63 .1 QW ,1" 2 AX , F 'Nix hx T xN M?g1 x . af m l i 0 'f in ss 'll ' ff l X "li senior Class . Q ANN,-x Bnzsncxuz Exiuiu' YL'sT Dlil..-UVARI2, 01110 sY1,vIA. KANSAS lhlfljlil'-Ec!llt'llllUIl hlajnr-Ilinlnyiull Szirrln' All who know Anna love her, for she pos- Giving himself to his task, he has achieved sesses those qualities which are sn essential results. He is industrious, intelligent, and tn a pleasing personality. Ar wnrk she is courteous. tlmrnugll anal determined. 64 iCff' .W M f '40 1 U l lt 4 ' 'K' s- jiil1 7eY"'?Fss 1 X f i Us " R J-LX , 'S ' QQ f f 2 U 5 j " ell . f ' -4 g , ez iii M Q ,S 1. :f4 , "H senior cuss if 1 4 I0 , VVILLI.-iM DUVALL COLLINCSVVOOD, XEVV JERSEY Major-Philosophy He is a philosophical person of many inter- ests, and quick to be attracted toward prog- ress. Keeping in mind his scholastic record, we can predict Z1 promising future for him. A EFFIE BLACKFORD WILMORE, KENTUCKY Major-Biulayira! Scirnff Effie is so demure that she becomes 21 pleas- ant change from the modern type of her sex Gentleness is u virtue in our century. N Gdoreword f with those who rank as builders of our nation, Cdrancis Cfllsbury, the first iBishop of cyflmerican e7b'Cethod- ism, stands. Qn the foundation of a religious civilization which he sought to build, our country has enjoyed the blessings of liberty and prosperity. dl century has passed since the pioneer bishop traced the continent on horseback. C55ihe Q5-Apostolic spirit that, moving from land to land, drew about it the destinies of a mighty people, and shaped a civilization, Ghristian at heart because that heart was preached into it- that spirit is but faintly seen by modern Gilmer- ican eyes. C50 recall this spirit by presenting the glorious romance of the "'Prophet of the Long 'f1Q1ad," is the aim of CCs5bhe 1929 cyflsburian. l - U W gli., -rx xx 'Ewa'-' iii! ' X- Xa infi x S6I'liOI' C1335 BIARTHA ARCHER RAYAIQND SWALCER LAWSON, KIZNTUCKY LAWSON. KtiN't'L'cKx' lVI:1jor--lftltlralfolz Major-.llulhflmtiics ller prvst-tice hrentltes faith, assurance, :tml Depemlzthle mul uhliging is our Cnmptts pu ppt-tttlclwss. Quicktofeel forthe unfortunxitc, licemrtn, Ray. Though strict in the dia sho will give mul forget the gift. cltztrge of duty, he is kind :tml gentle nt lu-nrt. llis cvtisecrattutl life is at rehuke tn errnr. 66 ls W Q N W1 f M ' A f-.-'YM S I 'V ' K f A fit UMW lx YH . ff f , Q. ' I Faris Q-h ' so A fl? 1 "" "- "l11J?'pM7'Wllu'll f' JPN' ' 1: ll , X 'Wlil' 'ff fv l' , Vff- '- ff ff f f ff-l. ,H l ,Lf ml A '14, SeI1iO1' C1355 LLOYD OLSON PHILIP LANc1L1.13 WILMORE, KENTUCKY HINSDALE, NEW HAMPSHIRE Major-Philosophy Major-Biological Sri:-nc: True to his calling, Lloyd thinks deeply upon Phil says little and thinks much. He is true, life's problems. Yet, meditation which de- for there are those who trust him. Many mands seclusion does not hinder him from be- friendships are his on the campus. ing open to friendship. 57 I I, 1 J W' l 'H l -. ,ar ' l 1, N Q A sl: Axbx ll 'M 'fl Q ' " i ll' A 0 lx I X Q .- N. : W A .. my QL- .X ,ww l ,f ,X X N Xygrygw , l u NN xx l XX ,fl-5.4-4 x -N ln, Xxx Senior C1855 ELMER LEXVIS EL1z,xmz'1'H H EIRUXINIL s llOYl.liS'l'OVVN, PENNSYLVANIA YYILMORE, KENTUCKY Major-Biologifal Svirlm' Major-Ilinlnyiml Srirlm' I'hc good nature and the tendency to take life A my of aunahine on n rainy day. An un easily and not too seriously are evident in selfish disposition, nn lll11l1'll1l6 manner and Elmer. Ile is resourceful, and one who can xrinsome smile-all go to nmke up Elizabeth always be trusted. NVe love her. 68 3. Jn' K , ,Li MV V C p l ,fax r.-'dlyf b i ii , , . f ' -D 70 ' 4 4 9 , fi- 'Mg ly f , ,f. , V R' My art y Qy v Q . Ev ' ZH: - n Z nga", 1 ' 4 , W 1 '1 ' wifi I f' Mi, I fv, X ,- A , ' A- V. '14 Senior Class ALICE LAN C. A. SWEAZY SHANGHAI, CHINA WILMORE, KENTUCKY Major-Cfzzfmislry Major-Rrligious Educalion It is a privilege to have known Alice, for He has been a worthy minister of the gospel her brilliant mind and quiet manner have in our midst. As president ofthe Ministerial made her loved by all. After she returns to Association he has directed the spiritual life China we hope she will remember Asbury of the school, well. and all its associations. 59 'N N fi Sr U P T1 VJ fy J... ' P Ai . 'L i - lf if 6, il NM ll ,fx ' , QU' QP' r L., ji., 1 ls ff - 1 ,fu 1 N f v Wx W n W lY'i l ls t H' H llf f , . xx ab X 4 Y Q VX 'Q K " ij- I v 'I J -six MJ-Y' 'l 7 efxalx ,ff wif F . fi' fs, l J . 1. 'x. lv ' - X' ,- 1 'l' Senior Class 3 iw al Q f A. BLAIR GRUBB wu.MoRE, KENTUCKX' Major-Rfligiozzs ELill4'lIfl0Il This is, indeed, a fortunate man to have the sweet wife he has. But one may expect it nf so dependable a young man. IXIELWN Hrlzns TOMS RIVER, SEXY JERSEY Major-l'71iln,vnfl1y His steady nature, deliberate judgment, and quiet assurance are qualities not undesirable in this hectic age. His "at peace with the wnrltl" hearing is enviable. He has done his work well. 70 5, e 2323?-so f l' if -'1 ,, 1 M ug. TQ? ' A- 'Til' 77Z2Q,,f5 -r ' " 1 e F Q 'QL f X741 A -V llllf " A 8 fu f E52 K -jiifll ,f fy V K' ' it f fa fl S61'li01' Class Vicrora Ii. Moons MIAMI, lfrolulm Major-l"l1ilosoplzy It is hard to characterize Vicg he is so many- sided. His friendliness and optimism have made him one of the most popular boys in Asa- bury. Conscientious effort in solving school problems has given him a place of leader- ship. AI.'XRG.tXRlE'1' CR.xA1A1oNn LANSING, Mlculczrxx M aj or-Frvn fl: Enriched by an appreciation of the arts, Mickey recognizes values. Being an excel- lent student, a capable musician, and realiz- ing life's meaning, she rises above those less gifted. l! 55 K N X li. NWN" YR RW" N ' X V X V 'MXXAWNQ YY T tw wt, wh 's mx Q., N href -J , K , i 1 l - X 1 yn- -sift .- s is C ls ii "--- -- N lv it tl , X if . K ' 4 ll: 'isis fit A lil, - ss ' f Abxx - f- 31 llffl. Xxx .fig "'W5ff'f' 5 l V i . ll X N. . X Semor Class X i X X X. jul-ix Cocuiux Minus Gtmnsox s'rONr1w.-xl.1., c:li0Rc:I.x s.w.xNx.xll. GEORGIA lVlZljOl'-Ellflliih Major-Englixli Vision direvts this life. john has had at She speaks trzlnklxx hut :ulvisedlyg her opin- drszmi which grips him with such pnxxcr inns :ire respected. llziving the more pru- thzit ei'cl'y :wt C0l!fl'il1llit'S suinetlting tu its nounucnl l'llill'lll'tC'l'lPllK'5, and living highly fulhllmunt. Ile has lint hccn disnhedicnt tu cmotimml, she will he hcnrd uherever she the vision. goes. 72 ! A Yagi .ax c 31 .3 Q 11,45 l if ,ffew ff 4 If ll fly, A ,,.--f 3 W . " X 1 ' Q X Mil li 1 Q 5 if l . I ' X' 'pi We f l' f 1 I , 'A' A l 4 ' , ,X l ,,,ff.lll f4 SBHIOI' C1355 NIARGARIZT liirm' V. R. liirm' WILMORE, KENTUCKY VVILMORE, KENTUCKY Major-Spanixlz lVIajor-Biological Scif-zzzr Aggressive and full of vigor, Margaret al- Kilby is the steady, dependable type. Al- ways attains. Her marriage did not take the ways the same ready smile greets you. 'lk keen edge from her energy. She is hack with smile, to love, to lift-is hif aim. us, full of life and ambition. 73 fn ' ,sl lt flat , SCl'1iO1' Class Ru1nsR'1' Infmlnuclt nm' smuxos, NEBRASKA Major-Rfliyious Edmalinn Lembrich is a good student. He has the steady qualities of dependability and honesty. If a man is an honest student, he Cannot fail in life. 74 Romain' li. Sx11'r11 lllil,AXY:XRli, OlllO Major-Rrligious Edmalion His lot in life seems to he making people happy. The most acconnnmlating hop' in As- bury, he has earned the friendship nf many. His good nature will win for him in the foreign field, where he expects to labor. I Q." QQQH M I Q 4" , 7 i f X. -Wil!! ' If . 'il s l I if , '--" "' 'xllil lliil I-'iiiill ,li , ' if If lr V -J Al J Senior Class TRUMAN POTTER GENEVA NICGUIRE ALDEN, KANSAS VVILMORE, KENTUCKY Major-Philosoplzy Major-Frenfh His affections are sincere, and his ideals are Good looks, good SCIISC, g00d humor, laugh- for honest, kind, and normal manhood. Any- ing brown eyes, and dark curly hair make up one with these virtues will be sure to have the Geneva we love and admire. the respect of his fellowmen as he goes through life. 75 ,f 1 ,Xl ff lf Igg- fff l l . ff' fH9nmQNwMf eeaa M e ff 7 f XX N f'x X! fj-3 'g , . ffl llmflll Ill I 9 f as l 4,",f'if? r eewqW7AmMMw, Q f c ffmrfffor-1,rr - la ",-llfff, ffffffl, lul,I,'ffy1,Ag,lll lr N "' ' -.,J,lIr ' II. w E r l ,M , M H , X W "ZWf2o5"' X Z ,Eff X Zrdelm f X , ' Q- 140' ' 'ff 'X - if .M F XZ 7 , 4,5 S 'XX 'C ll , l f f fo are f f X- GS ff fif r H ,,lff.l:n' E' 1' 'i l.1is!M,y IJ l lllfllllw l l ux Ill I W ll , ' 1 V r lr IHS 'rl l I 01 .l l ll 1 l ll ll l' 'll 'l i'H 'EE ,. . f , ,rr lf: l or rsemWMWwwf 4 ii S! wllql r ,rr Ar' 'Y in rl! 'rl lu, II 1. ll Il ' h r rl r ll Wh yuh ,lx 7' - ,lllr 'K ,lil 1. ,V l w w r Q , Q Q El Sri. 2 V Jr 1 acceptance of the X Gall 7.Qjl1en john Tfzlesley issued ' ia the call for workers for the NLM' world, Qlslmry lrearcl, went to his knees, hearlcenecl to Qocl's voice, A? and fuolunteerecl. who 2 shall say where the influ- i 1 J HQ lx ri K fJ5?aQWWWwlVll'rr ZZQQQHXTQHZ 4" all 'll'll- ll ll l l 'Wesley of the 'ldestern X3 lllrlll ' H' M l , ll ill 'f'2lOf'J' ln Ellilr ll 'wil Vlll 'llll Mmlllxl ll l ' l r MGH A .FL If r ., HV l l ' .. V. ',' vi-I 'A A 1 ' ' R 4l?En Ij'M!l1 fm In H 1 or rl All C - -rg -fy, , 1,11-,fan , lf r,'r M r r f frse ex gr X - -ef' 5, le fl "ll r ' faliigfwwmweemawlq l mrrfpkggh s .fw Q , f 2...-.1-All ...T.XI" l:'f 5 rfr. 'wgagf l?: e:.!gli,l J f ! ll lf ,' g x I j e re: ,l f 5, l g lf ll ' of l ll gl. l I ' ll , I ,luv I 'flxxta rv? l ,ll ,l'lw1lfl " f. 84 .3 r'r' x N 7 K llll 'lr rr lr lvl uf ' 5 r QW Z22fJMWm3WmWWWMwsQ SWQg?-gXK?QQf E , V fif. 1 ' 1-L E , e ,J1nu1unUgrr II LMM K we QazggsammmwimwmEEgm3E?ggmsfi?sLg,Q?i W lllllf as ll e l lll lli ?5 2iZ???2?g3ig2 ?Q3iE+E5ikiEaEfFZf5?fI SWMQQQ?rg??!51??r?5iQ?fSQ?fiWAi'?7 -gr A - 4 3 - ,,cse- gif? r ' wi- f g MM -7X.N.r 5 7 SMM , r x x 'K Wlr seal ,N C X . I ,V X ,042 7'-77-'ff-4 . WMWD. 557W SBHIOI' Class L. Romssox AKISRS, -IR. AIIRLXM L.xR.usEii NVILMORIZ, KEx'l'L'cKx' u'uMORE. Klix'l'l'cKx' lN"l:ljc1l'-lillyflfxfl lNl:ijol'-lfzlylixll Bob is in luve with life. lfenr :md auxin-ly Liltwioila in lUllIHlCI', xllfiillll is typically ai hive uu p'uce iu this unture, which radiates lwlle uf the Blue Gmw. She will beautifully optimism. llis enthusiasm rum high. fill the duties nl :my ulwliguti-wn. 71: f , ., ,f . . . Q f4 A 1 fix lx ! f , . -E A E W - E 'V ' m iv l 7 f ,., ' k 1 if F ' ' lv' ' ' QM? - ' f 'lv' 1-N ? Z , figagzil fWW,y f, i ffl Wil .f gem If J .1 V 19 415: MWX . ,hz f',ff lmll Pi V. f.-is XXQ SeI'1iOI' Class ROBERT FILLMORE HELEN COONS MOOERS, NEW YORK RICHVVOOD, 01110 Major-Spa11i.vl1 lVIE1'l0l'-Ellfjlijfl Bob has good nature ingrainedl Interested in High ideals, practical common sense, and life, he inspires others to live trulyg thus he originality make her Il lovable person. Cap- brings happiness to his fellows-and to him- able and interested, she has played her part self. in college life. 77 gm gflal 'fn V W, , fflfa- 55 Xl' 0 X f l :M - .1 --. : , T psf '. ' Q S6I'1l0I' C1355- -l. O. HIBIIZS EVANGELINE KLUDAS s'1'ERl.INr7,0Kl.AHoMA 500118 MlI.IS, OREGON Majmwr-Cl'4'1'K' lNInjo1'-Biologliral Sfirlnu' Himes has fought Il good fight. Coming tu Mrs. Kludns is respected and loved by all Asbury in middle life, he has surmounted thu Aslwurinns because of her gentleness, unselfixln CliH3wultieS wllivlx it brought, and leaves ua ness, and humility. NVQ: know that in what with nn cnvlzllwle l't'l'Ul'Cl. ever sel'vlCe she ent:-re she uill do lu-r lve-I 78 - f fe 'e is , 2 2: ....K.Y N ' ll A V 'll X f A li J S6I'1i0I' Class MRS. 131555113 ALLEN WILMORE, KENTUCKY Major-Religious Edufaliorz Mrs. Allen is very industrious and is deserv- ing of praise, because anyone knows that it is difhcult to keep a home cheerful, and at the same time contribute much in the class room. 79 l"l.'XRRY S'rR1ckLAxn Vk'II.MlNG'I'0N, DELAWARI3 Major-Sofia! Scivnff A new but welcome member of the class Strickland has shown himself to be resource- ful and one who can be trusted. A good tem- per makes him agreeable to meet. 1 v .X ' . f N-. H ,JM f X ff? t ,ff . vw . T A , 'WFX X 4 .gil ' 5 A Xi I N 'D ' N -XX? t -XXX M, xx X ft. , SCTIIOI' Class NV. li. Illnmuf Hi-:wx flYliRXI.XN H'll.MOKli, KliN'liL'L'KX wEs'l'rn'ln, ixnl.tx,x Major-liiologfitfll xflflltl' lhlIIj0I'-Ellflliill I'liwunprmniaing in his stand fur truth, Brandi llelen is :I diligent xtutln-nt, lmving the mild- hns been at furve lun' right in tht' student lmdy. news, firmness, good judgment, and lnnderntiun lle has ll I1ll55itlll lm' the Iilling nl' thc nn- uhich urn- most nttrn attained nith more ex lurtnnzite whicll nill lend him into paths nl pcrietire. service. Sc J 'WU "" 7 -'WW' ff ' .7 "1 I ff" f '- , 1 In K W ! ,I ' f f' - :AW ,X-,, . gall - X- fe il If ff- l.. we-.W -I f g ll" Y 'I-I milk, , ' 'X ,fl jd V, H! I I X I will WMU fw fel ff! vvbv ! fl lm I fKf!,,.' "Willis ' Jmyjfff M .f' I . XXQ- Seflifll' Class NE'fTIE HELNVIG GEORGE XVYATT STANFORD, ILLINOIS WILMORE, KENTUCKX' Major-English Major-Chemistry If sincere and earnest effort count for much, George is everybody's friend. He is always Nettie will attaing strict adherence to duty is pleasant, ever prepared to chat-or argue. ingrainedg she must accomplish the daily ta,k. This suggests a promising future. 81 U Q' fi' , ' A xt , is 'mix ' l f .gQvl,'SfM'A I I . ks V "ns Elise' 5 4 --+-.u -P .- in A N A M '! -.": f'r my SCI'liO1' Class CH.xUNclax' Elilsux EDNA STINIE XVILMORE, iuanruqiqy sux 'l'.xxxERY, x'IRm:lx1.x Major-Rrliyfoux lidzzmlion Major-Etfnmlimz Making the most of his time, he has developed Broad prnspectives and enduring motives di- a philosophy of life truly Christian: it has rect this life. Being deliherate in her judg- given him a puiae which attracts attention. ments and choices, an even and fruitful life is before her. S2 .X V. ., b , lo ll W I , 'N H' ' I i :lm I X i s-ff ! ix' 1' ' li l? . A If K H - l, 4 Mm 'f , ,' -Aux J I . ff!! . - -I.: XXQ S6I'1iOI' Class ESSIE HICKS HICKORY, VIRGINIA Major-Biological Scinzfc Amiable, winsome, and thoroughly natural in the class room or on the gym floor, is this lovable girl known as Essie. She is admired by all who know her. V. O. PRIDDY WILMORE, KENTUCKY Major-Rfligfious Edufalion It takes courage to labor through four years of school when you must bear the burden of a home also. Priddy has accomplished this task. The urge of a holy ambition has made real diliiculties seem trivial. 33 - 1 i -K QXVHA4 5 I i t l vw Jf ff Ziyi itll, it 'n AN yt nm,- kd:' fx I Q 4 ll A ' i ' 'l ' xx l ' 'Q ff I Y - 'L i ly 0 Nil i , l. t fastllilw s- - 'f was , N ,345 sf Wt .Nxt 4 . 'ss ' cl A It ' N xx Nyweg: .Z .X K ' kswxs u E X ,L QW!! X " 90 . 1-. l ti sxsx .X 11.-Mft its SCI1iO1' Class RUFL's CASE XVARREX Bowtix VVILMORIE, Kl2N'1'UcKY u'u.xtoRE, REx'l'L'cKx' lviI'lll0l'1Bi!1Ill!lil'!ll Svirlnr BInjor-li'ialnyit't1f Sfiflllit' A successful texlclwr in the Acatdexny this He speaks quietly, hut thinks dynamically. year, Mr. Case has clemonstrutctl his nhility. His visinn of the nectls of men has made him Besides at well-trained intellect he has :1 snul ll Hlllllfl' of men. lle is :1 model student. gt that is nwnkt- tn spiritual values. loyal lirieml, :tml Il gentleman. 3+ f f ff pg f ,W V M 9,253 ffiifffz WM . W' D funiors K '01 I XX W, QA I ,PR XX ' if i -X X ' i x X ' W 4 -.- - 3 xy 'ii Ki X gf-W J i xxx Qn iowa ship 6 N Xx qjery early in the voyagelhe is X ' b' ted himself to CL piti ess r M: 'X I XX A X , Ztfafiination. Cgfe diisfictled in " H NX y h' otwes, an weig e is I lWLi ll!HlVf11" m i,L1ff1Hff aiigibiitions A-the result was this: W X Hivjhirher am I going? CEO ylwliili n i the wide ww fo do? 61292, "FMT ' fl f A:f!llii NXXX . ,,p C6 ' h 7-7 My lf I li ' i ii Yl li NX E7f?"i"m , ""f:lfffR'Qff' f 0 Wm Yolo' ,Gi et X Z i A Ilfslfdg i ggi? IL-.i!l!i X know my oun eant. no g L if W X money? M05 I am going to 5 I, fi s g s e ' ,ME live ro God, and bring others ..:,s. ne' ii so to do. Cyferecj 15116 ,un- iq-Y 4 rg ef g , gg gieeewlglg coveied secret of '5 wrys f ,rliii W ' mum s ,Q , life in Qmerica. T V ' H " ' 'W s i hu., ' a li lj e gg? i N ix it J WQ. qzsgvipyzvp, K LA W' K XX i ' w i s, 55 A s iv : '-'- -Ee 1 'e'2An122Hg.f f' .. I N iff:-,i,.i W W W ff ii l5ga'XkN'UWif"- 1 Ai.- 35?ffimi'1 v ini N .fegrrfgserfsfffilvw1,:'fm3n'f45l'Ml nf i 4 i ENN i"AS-.HWS 13935!,f'i2Q?W' i v '2 Y'Pi"3fH"-I"i:f1':fi!-.MIAQW ffW+7W'9'-Ex Xs- i"fQ,n :EW sf,i"i+w'Tr 4-e- feeizzajiiwyg. i ng X 5 N i Ei X iii! X .i XX JH ,' I. 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' ff ' , T, ' Q -X J , , V ,M f LXO X? 1 XXUXN-Qwqy--Q, OYNQ x ' 'V-' i?f?1ff'7 WJ -f G Q mxx f?"?f'1vf",z,z,,,x 1 ,IXS5 1 ,yysf ' -' ' 4. ' I' 8. U'r11'F1r:f:E ST. , IIS, 0. BRUCE COX ' BERMQE II.'x1,11EM.1xx 111s'r1ao1'1', MICII. 1-3. Roc11Es'1'1a1:, 01110 MADELINE KE1,,so L1'1.E A. XVEED C1.,w1vmx'r, nm..-1. KI..KM.Yl'll E.x1.1,s, ORE. .EDWIN SVVEET MRS. LENA TAYLOR s'1'oc1c'1'oN, CALIF. VVILMORE, KY. 87 A- 'F O KN A - T M 0 f--. 2' - 0 vfxg A fthe 1929 ASBURIANFQ-3? SZ gg iff, K Y 'Af I' ILP? L Y 1 t f 1' 3-f 3f,1:Zfv,? ' Lx --y . ,f f '- of A ,,y,,',j,L Q k- V ' -Q X. KYB' ' 'X f f . 9 . XRD X ,if 'Q3fff:'?'H"?5 N y, f N - V 'wi' , ' 'cf' fn Q -14 0 - .X A- 5 I' ,,,',f,. 1,, i4,f,zff-?.' 5 -'QW' V , 2 4 Q ak-f ' 4 '7 KJ' U Swv J fi I ,ui ,7 '. Wie 14'44,-4 fz .f.,-.,4..,f .5 4 4k fl 6 7.1, 11 , - -nxia yr - X " k 'ffvvfy Q-44.0-'Q V .1 4 A . K , , -4- 1 -aff'-ff .. . I I-'- ,1 --ff-'L 1 l.1I1l01' C1355 S'rraLI..x HENRY c,um1NcTox, mlm f:0RDON BARNIQS :XXXIE SIKFS WILMORE, KY. FORT WHITE, FLA. STANLEY LOWELL PAUL XVARTENRE lmsrlxcs, MINN. wassrm ckovss, Mo. CORA S'1',xxl.m' '1'nml.xs F. -FIIOMPSOY .xL1,l,-wen, omo JERSEY crrv, x. J. 88 fm l929 AsBuR1A1xigS35?P 'FE .. , .,,,,ZZx9Q. AE" ,. ,, X - ' .'- f ,xllfq A, f ' ,fqq My I' ,. ,1,,fI,',K ..- f1.?Z3f 9 OX L , f gfwffwfa f f . ..V , f' f. ',f3fffff,,. 1ff,f,12:12i?'SK'af,s' M fa? .1-6' f-v - A .1 -715225 2 i K L, 'L 0. . in :X 3 , N 5 J , is l llI'liO1' Class XVILLIAM BIiNl"IEI,D Sroxx' Po1x'r, x. c. MAURXNE AUAMS COLUMBIA, LA. HELEN FosTER SMITHFIELD, omo PAUL LEE CLARENCE XVILLIAMS SHREVE, oruo VVILMORE, KY. S9 , o L Q 55125 fume 1929 ASBURIAN '1'm5LM.'x BLVAN UAVILAND1 KANS. f3LADYS XVILSOX SIDNEY, OHIO 32-'eo W 2 Nj!! If '- . 6 -:A. f4,fQ1?CQ0 r .- , 7 , ' , 4 f, ' "" 177'',i'3,1g5:frf2f,gf. a -,QQ W ' ' .,,:1,z .,,1 ,.,. Q 1''f,,z',,1j1.i1,jg.,.-,,.'A ..,. g41-.!iT!1x.f U ' My , f-L,-dry, fi WM, JUIIIOI' Class EI.IZABli'I'Il Gxuzu K .. XYILMORIZ, my KX CEARNER HUTI' HELEN IIARNEY R0CKv1LLE, Mn. XYILMORE, KY. L! JUANITA MAY I-TUNA K. Woon X-VILMORIE, KY. vxcxssuzc, Miss. Ilouuk INICDAXIEI. Dow.-xI.n MQKAIQ: n.xx"mx, num XYIIAMIXGTON, num. I go fx-f Vie 1929 ASBUREQ-f,f9QEQE'?? xf Q Q, 1 rj M3-1 Km W, Q,U:.ffXXW f QQ? fff if K X N Ui-.Q,i5,..g xx. gb, , ff? R A W5 N WN X, Yi,fWf1i5,',. . J N2 1. Qfuf' 5.5, . L1I1iO1' Class EDISON Dukum COLUMBUS, omo VIRGINXA CANNON HILLARY FINCH AKRON, oH1o XVILMORE, KV. PAUL HUFF DOROTHEA VVOLCOTT muxxsm, lowix cnavsmxn, or-no NELL OWEN JANE SCUDDER FULTON, KY. VVILMORE, KY. QI K-X Q O: AM O J . Qhe l929 ASBURIAN km " XJ Q- . 4,2 J'5.4,WM C3 ...,. --- ff- . , A Xnznwlguz, W I I I JZ , If fix QU? X - ff uf 'ff 0 f .V', ff: -. t f FN -Q2--'Q ff, -1, QQ? gf! ' xsvf 0 ..- NX gv-,wwf ,f f 5 MsEi.::f5,7,f - , P Mb" vw' QL-Q 'Y . f',f Ei-6 H wif MPM X. A W I HL t L , T V! N -.MU .il jf V fr X , W' F4 Ay I G JLIHIOI' Class SAMUEL J. Gm. novmz, N. J. RICHMOND COMER BI.-XRIE GRAY x,AMBER'rvn.r.E, N. 1. EI,KYlI.I,E, n.L. VVAYNE LAMB Cr.Au.x W.xx1sLFx' FUl,'l'ON, KY. s'rEF1.F, w. n. Pk1sclI.L.Ax NICPHIZRSON G. Nmsox Mnmua nlaxwzx, IOWA c1an.xkv11.x.r:, x. 1. 92 KX "N V O G, , L- x Qrge 1929 ASBURIAN-,XCQFKTSD ff Tiff ,ff Q I 'QI .,f"'i5'!.mf' f' X, 'ap- My ITA Y yflpl Junior Class DIXIE CARLOCK WILMORE, KY. MARIA LUISA CARRERA MATT GARDNER Los ANGELES, CALIE. COLDSBORO, N. C. PAUL J. MANN JULIA MAE STOCKTON KANSAS CITY, Mo. EAST ST. I,oUIs, ILL. CATHERINE SIMPSON HELEN SMITH SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS GALLION, oIIIo 93 KX O O rv figfigj CH1el929 ASBURIAN J fy Uyv-VX D: 'fr 5. , rg KN I -1 fi F , . . Q- -wf, , 39' vw. TJDQNX .fi......!""'N ,Agf-'Z " , X ,gfff , 1 " . 5, 'fi G ' fx ff V: xx ,Qgx X4, K ,xg --,X 41 f' X f " ,,,0Z5-'xg-"1 , '23"w r 1' 4 ,- -4--X " ' ff Q. , ,ff W! -fl 'J M61-I ZW P 3vQf0:7fgff2Wfyzi9-fP35"'f-' :Q-Jw-'f ' r...,,4 55 KJ X 'f Q' Q l '004' 'KW f WM M'W Wd 3327 M! QM ei! ,X 15 Af My KV' Jumor ass yd' C1I.,xms II.xl.mzxx,xw ra. 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