Asbury University - Ashburian Yearbook (Wilmore, KY)

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boa 10 'xuonns slorfw srl! uoq oinu salsi sm'fe1erfW .Yeh live arf! ni Bnstarbiw oi skis sd Qam 912 ind! 4 N . . I A F ' fl 3' Y ,I b. , 5. ,I x.' - 5 ' 1 I P j , , In X f ' F ,, X-, i , 4 v A ' . ' F- XX . V x N- 1, 1 xx , 1. Y. , n I I .J If D, ' - v , ' . xr , SN x H- IN , .V ,J .1-V .v . . e ' A : ' Xl f ff-'-..'Z""T . BOOK THREE . S E M I N A R Y A N D SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS -. 4-1-I z-.1-nl!! "Y 'Z' . ' J 93 gfv Zf THE AS BU RIAN 1932 HEXRY Cmx' AIURRISON, D.D., LL.D. Prrxidnzl of Ifu' S1'lI1illlI!'J' 95 XM iff, f Q Zan .ii Ill! y I if ii? fab ?- 5 X I WTHE ASB U RIAN 1932 l I If Lf L. R. AKERS, JR. Slzzduzl Pl'l'Jidl'I1f SEMINARY GROUP BARNES, BENNETT, OSEPIJFF, SHILTZ, MORRIS, AKERS, VVICK, CLARK, LIXINGER, VVEBSTER, VVEED, KIRKPATRICK jncox, XVESTERFIELII, IVI,-XCRORY, BRLINNER, LAINI2, LOAR, MAGARIAN, TYSINGER, LUCE, DAVIS, MILLER ALLEN, VAN METRE, BALDWIN, CLAPP, jEssUP, HARRISON, VAN Scvoc, SWEET, MCPHEARSON, I GUILES, IAYCOX 96 XXX 1 I ff 1 Q ,.0"'ff,d'y Z1" 3 --If 4531225-R1 A A 7 I f '24 -fe ' Fi, je-ll THE AS B u R 1 A 193 2 Life YVork-Ministry Life XVork- Student D Basketball Ministry' SlENlI0lE? GLASS E. RICHARD BARNES, B.D. XVIXTHKOP, MINNESOTA Teacher of Social Sciencn in Aelwu HENRY BENNETT, B.D. CLIC, SOUTH CAROLINA AJS, A-bury College ry lligh School. A.l3. XVo Ecard Follege Volunteer lfniong Ministerial Association: Mountain Missionary Society. ARTHUR SUMMERS CLARK, B.D. VERNON, ALABAMA Life VVork-Missionary AB. .Asbury College Student Volunteer Uniong Seminary Chaplaing Periclea. 97 SAl.ll,!'ff ffl "gf 225 V 1' F-1 IQ I THE AS B U R I AN 1932 SENIOR GLASS EARLE DELOS HARRISON B D 155 Gunsou Strut EAST LANSING, MICHIGAN Life VVork-lNIissi0nnry AB Alblon College Student Volunteer Dmon PAUL HUGH KIRKPATR K B D MANSFIELD, OHIO life VVork-Ministry AB Asbury College KENNETH BLAIR LININGER 44 Cardott Strnet RIDGWAY, PENNSYLVANIA Life Work-Ministry AB Aebury College Secretary-Treasurer Seminaryg Mmlsterxal Assoclatlon Q 98 X I NO' W, f 5 xxxlllffi 2 ' . J Ny M .pziiifilfax X1 Y Y s?E 1 .K Q l 4 f THE ASBURIAN MHQ ,Q in -1.,-1.,-1.1-1.,.g.:-1.i-,.1-,.1- ,.: --.,-..--,,--.1-,.,-1.,-,,- 1., ..-.,-,,-1,-1.,-1.,-,.-,., ,.,-:.1-,., ,., SIENHUR CLASS CLAYTON S. LUCE, B.D. :vu xv.-SI 1w.I1,-gp sw...-L YVILXIORE, KEN'lkl.'CKY Life XVurk-lNIissiOImry AJS. Asbury College' ALPHA JANE MILLER, B.D. MLRPIIYSBORO, ILLINOIS Life XVork-Missionary AB. Asbury College Missinnary in Malange, Angola, XVest Africag Student Volunteer. DON A. MORRIS, B.D. WILMORE, KENTUCKY Life YVork-Ministry AJS. A5bury College 99 Xwullff I, if -"f if 4, I x ' . -I 'GK x f 'diff Y X 2 -- ,' ,Q 1 , ..-- Q fb N- C 5 -K ., X, . X , X X' i THE AS B u RIAN 1932 SENIOR CLASS V. G. OSEPOFF, B.D. OMSK, RUSSIA Life VVork-Missionary to Russia. AB. Asbury College Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, l29, '3og Two Years on the Mission Fieldg Foreign Clubg President Student Volunteer Union, '31, HERBERT BALDWIN S1-IILTZ, B.D. GENEVA, OHIO Life VVork-Ministry A.B. Asbury College Vice-President Seminary Student Body: Men's Glee Clubg Choral Uniong Orchestrag Brass Quartetg Philosophical Associationg Hsburian Staff, '32, J. WALDEN TYSINGER, B.D. LEXINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA Life Work-Ministry A.B. Asbury College Basketbullg Baseballg Ministerial Associationg Henry Clay. IOO Xxlllfff Q ,0""f,1 7 43, f'j'iwx p n. vgl.-ilhfhi--2 4 y 1' l l',,- , f, ffl 4 E AS BU RIAN 1932 y Q? ,.,1-Z.1.,.1--.,-:.1--.:....,-,.:-.,R-1.,-:.,-,.,. 1.. --.,-,.1-,:-1 Life YVork-Ministry Life XVork-Ministry Ministerial Life Work-Ministry SlENlI0lR GLASS HARRY W. WEBSTER, B.D. 2121 South Sutter Street STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA LYLE A. WEED, B.D. KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON AB. Asbury College A.B. Asbury College Associationg Pericleag Basketballg Asbury Choral Union. CLAIR RALSTON WICK, B.D 62-l Center Avenue BUTLER, PENNSYLVANIA A.B. Asbury College Ministerial Associationg Mountain Missionary Society. IOI Xklllnlf Q youu, 7 2 , X X .1 ,E ... Y I ONTE SW xx-ii! D Hseel-cfye out of the Book of the L cl d cl Book Ono . . THE COLLEGE Book Two . . THE CLASSES Book Throo .... SEMINARY AND SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS Book Four . . . ORGANIZATIONS Book Fioo . . . . ATHLETICS Book Six . . CAMPUS MLPRQP NTS ggx I:- XQX -X be si sg? I I THE AS B U RIAN 1932 ALE -X vrsggxx NCB 73 MIIifdlIdUlcIr's and Jun DESSIE L. BALDWIN VVILMORE, KENTUCKY CIEORGE XV. BRLNNER Route T COLUMBIA CITY, INDIANA PHILIP S. CLAPP VVILMORE, KENTUCKY HAROLD j. DAVIS 945 Su-venth Avcnue BRISTOL, TENNESSEE WILLIAM E. GARRIOTT DANVILLE, KENTUCKY 102 XXX If ff! Q e"""f 9 23, 68 1 0. .a. ,up 1' iccmrs 95E? 15, S I THE ASB RIA uwz Q im NIiIdIIdlIlcrr's .annual Jrumiors FLOYD Ii. GULES YYILMORE, KENTUCKY EDXYIN .I.'xx'Cox VVILMORE, KENTUCKY LEE ,IAYCOX XYILMORE, KE XTUC KY HL'GH DEAN ,IESSLP GUILFORD, NORTH CAROLINA Amos L. LAINE VVAKEFIELD, VIRGINIA 103 XM Ivf, , Q-J,,u.r,,,f? SS X r "' 4 v 1 qw- -L .RQ N I THE AS E RIAN 1932 l iffgir F A 4' 4.12 '3l'Z3'01" --oz-: '-'ow' rx infix xx :crux xx 1133101 xx 2:2311 1-Qu r c xx HLA xx xvcxx 1-1 :Er 1' Mlildldlllcnrs .aunndl Juniors BOYD III.-XCRURY BETHAXY, OKLAHOMA OSCAR RIAGARIAN ORLANDO, FLORIDA C. R. IMICPHERSUN DEXTER, IOVVA MRS. RI.-XRGARET RANDALL VVILMORIE, KENTUCKY Emvxx M. SXVEET STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA LoL'1sE VAN RIETRE MITCHELL, SOUTH DAKOTA 104. XAXIILI1 X X 7 ' 1 V 9 1 4 1 x figs P .... 4.2. , wfbuc J Y ? lfxggf THE AS B RIA 1932 III IMIiGIIdIIlcrs .amcl Jlmmmuiors Bvknx O. VAN Some BARXESVILLE, OHIO Y. D. IVIfS'I'IZRIflIZI,lP IYILMORE, KENTUCKY Dipllfomaxn Students ELBERT C.-x1.v1zRT NEW' TREXTON, IXDIAX.-I IVILLI.-XM cIOI.DSMl'1'II PIJIIXVIEIV, NEBRASKA ATTIQLS IQIZID 1125 North Ninth Str:-vt TERRE H.-XL"I'E, INDIANA IVu.1sL'R H. IVILSUN sx'Lv.-xxu, omo 105 XAI II!!! Q 7 ,ig X , f ... 4 V Y X5-, v- NX , i 'N,x , I. xx , A xxx g X xx -FI X li. T XX THE AS BU RIA 1932 l - . Cook, COPPOCK, FERRELL, GILLIQSPIE, GIQEATHOUSE, JENKINS Speech Grafdlmatcs DlI'LOAI.-X CERTIFICATI5 jonx R. GILLESPIE MARION Z. JENKINS GLADx's M. GREATHOUSIQ RUTH V. COOK MABEL COPPOCK CAMERON FERRELL 106 XII I I 1, , Q g""f,"7 ZZ ? ST L ..., .gzliliii-I1 4 y I .,- ,Q , X I ef ?, , THE AS B RIA 1932 T -R-,.:-,,-1..-,1-,1,,.:-,.,-..:--.1..V.--,.--..,-..,-1 ,-,.,-,.,- 1.. .ABBO'lk'l', Anxmn, MASUN PARRISII, Plirfr, RUSSELL, VAxI,.xmi Art fGR'Hl'dlI!l1.HlTCCS ljifflfllllll DOROTHY ARNOLD M.-xxx' PHLT f:t'I'fifil'Ilfl' ICMI-RSON RUSSEIL jrzssm Anson' flrl Craft GRACE VAL.am: Axxs Ihxmusu Craft Craft NIQLLIE MASON Craft xo7 XAX ll!!! C "1 N A X -.. V Y gg fri' i.L S 41 -LI ' X W U Swag THE AS I3 U RIAN 1932 BIXGH.-XM, FLEMING, HoL'I', LIFSEY 1Y1Il.Ll:lR, NIITCHELL, SIIEPIIERU, S'l'EVS'.-KRT, VARDERSOL Home Ecwnomics GRADUATES Degree LOUISE LIESEY CAROL VANDERSOL Cfrtifcate CLARA BIRGHAM AUDREY MILLER EDITH FLEMING MARGARET MITCHELL ELIZABETH HoLT LILLIAX SHEPHERD RACHEL STEWART IOS XXX Il!! f Q SwII,Gf9 4 2 A f,-gjiwx .W .,gg,,fJ4,,5 .2 P , Y 1' '32 . ,lj '4 4 LEX? qfkf, f THE ASB R IA 1932 W - i S D.'XYIS, KL'l.I., :XMSTL"IZ. BOWMAN LOOMAN, N.1.cII'I'RII3I1, PARKER, NIORGAN Mnmsic GIr.:I1clu.a1tes NI.-KCDA LE x E A MsI'Lr'I'z Piano R. DEIIIAS Bowxmx Piano RL'TIInI,LA Inomfxx Piano and l'oiu' DEGREE BIXITIE LEE DAVIS Piano DIP I.oAI.x YANEII KL'I.I, Organ CERTIFICATES 109 5III,f,, NIU, , X 3. ,Ur X 21, QN --I AIARIQI, NIORCAN Piano DoR0'I'IIx' JXNE NACIITRIEB Piano GlQR.XI,IJINE PARKER Piano 1 1 s xLFi,z?lX g THE ASBU RIA 1932 " Iglggfxxxxmuwcm DAV1S, XVEI.sII, BROWN, BAI.p, NACI-I'I'RIEE, AMs'I'IgTZ, DAVIS, VVESTEREIELD, .ALLEN, EVANS, MCAI-'EE, MCAEI-:E H,4RBOI.D, BoRcIIERs, REX, PARRISII, BAKER, PARKER, LOOMAN, RUSSEI., HAMMACK, LAMB, M0oRE, Goomvix, SPAcI.nIxc, lvl.-XRKHAM, SOVVERS, RANsoM, MORGAN, RICE, JENKINS, MOORE, BURIQI-IOLDER, LAWRENCE Prrsox, NEEL, DAVIS, NlCAFEE. Avkosrom, EDWARDS, NICHTERLEIN, XV.-XRWICK, RIDGELI., BOWMAN, JENNINGS, PRITCHARD, lVlAlTL.-XXD CCOMSICTVSITOTY of Music Asbury College is especially fortunate in having as one of its special departments an excellent conservatory of music with a talented and well-trained faculty. It is the purpose of the Asbury Conservatory of lllusic to develop scholarly musicians and artists. All courses are designed to give the students the broadest possible culture and the opportunity to become thoroughly equipped as soloists and teachers. The recitals given by those who are receiving diplomas and degrees give much pleasure both to the students and to the people of the town. The music for chapel services and for other gatherings on the campus is furnished by members of the Con- servatory. Not oIIly is the talent appreciated by those of the college but the glee clubs and college quartet under the direction of members of the Conservatory faculty have met with much favor on their tOl11'S throughout the United States. I I O XXX ll!! 1 Q ' 'QQ .53 ,Va . , E N ' ' and Hopeful ioin company." x K 5 -'iz-. I ZH K ,:' f.3xf.- ' . ' N11 4,-aft ' 11 VY .-. -5.x '35:.,1 Qghpa 'Qi Cf 'we- WS? ivfivff T Q 'Ht 55191 ' B 'i 1 LM. , Q54 ' 'Q 6-1 ,N 'QE , Iiflnp 151' . 'I L nv 53 .Q 44 5: "M 1 ilu vmnriam 31nhn mrnlvg Fil-Iughva Burn HIZQI IB. 1352 Birh iFrhruz1rg 22, 1932 As Abram nf ulh ulrnt intn u sitrungr ruuntrg at tha' :all nf Erhnuah, an 3luhn mrsilrg FJ-lughz-5, bg nh:-rr faith in Gish, atirxnptrh thr avrming impun- sihlr. mithnut funha nr rhuratinnal appz-unal, he fuunhrh Aahurg Olnl- legr, mhirh mas in hh-nh iutu 21 hrantiful unity u rarrful training nf thy miuh mith huliuras nf hrart auh lifr, Eaunilrna in npirit, mightg in fuiih, with ax punninn fur tht uuula nf mrn, hr "hrlnnga tn Ihr Angra" Huh in Gab. I 4-1 'r 1.4. 'U' ...ww 1 1 1, .A 'X---'95 .. ,A V. , ui.. 11.1 ,ff 1. 'x JL. I , '..K J x. 1-, -.v w, ' k 4.,.. f':'. x'.'q"'!N if 42' ' f tg' .NV H51 1 x .1 1 , p ,u. Qv Y11 4 "" !.,,,,N! .. ., H. - "UF-6:51, .. v, ,rff TNQ hifi: : A Dixie.. 11:7 '- if ,, v .,'..!,A-. , yi ,Ln 4. S' 4, I , .Q 'C -S? . BOOK FOUR . ORGANIZATIONS -'rf - ' "4" "1'1,:F' I I r I 1 'l. lg 'Wx 'Ju - Q. . er- A ow" . .-W I I :- -uh A 1 ' 4 H I f -3-1 u - w J k n' 4 1 , , W J ' ' x,,'3.,v -, '.+ "', V I " n ' "."iw -'X 'M ' 4 L .V -1-,,, ', I TMS ' 4 -1 ...- ,Q . gf' Z , f f Y f LAR 5 ik' Q go THE AS B R IA 1932 hog? 11- ' na OVERMYER, ARN1s'1R0NG, KENx0N, XVES'lkERFIEI.ll, XVENDELI. FRASER, AMsTu'1'z, COPPOCK, P,-x1"1'ERsoN, SL'Nm3ERc Sfcuclcnt TF.enfculty J. B. KENYON Fafully Rt'pfL'.ft'llfl1fi1'z" JEST.-X BELLE ARMSTRONG Fafulfy Ri'I'fL'5l'lZfllfi'L'E Y. D. XVESTERFIELD Fafully Rvpfufvrzlatiw NI.-XRFL COPPOCK Snzior Rl'fI'l'.Yl'lIfl1fi'Z'L' CLYUE VVENDELL Srnior Rrpm-.w11lf1lifz'c LUCILLE AMs'1'L:'rz Junior Rrpr'f:r11lz1IifL'1' KENNETH FRASER Junior Rrprfn'rzlaIi-vw MARGARET E. PATTERSON Sophomorz' Rfpr'f'.vfnIaIifz'r RODXEY A. SUXDBERC Sophomorf' Rfpr'csr111aIi41.'r ELMER E. OVERMYER Frcslz man Sponsor 113 Xxwlffff X :of ' . 1,6 Z - ,I M S 9 1 uf 1339 :E I- V I big ff A S F QNX .59 THE ASBURIAN 1932 " -L Y .. . , .. . Y .. .. ..-A-..-...-...-.,..,.....,.....,...,.,.,...,.,...,.,.,-,..,.,.,.,.,., ,.,QI,., ,rm Q Koo, ,Da ,Cm ,Ea M D, M M NK., my Asbury Qollllegialn T. CLARKE DAv1s Ediior-in-Chirf ll EDITORIAL STAFF SUE C. LOVEI..-XCE . . . . ,lxxofialf Editor IQENXETH C. FRASER . . . .llllllllfflllfl E.1'11o1' joux R. QQILLESPIE . glssl. .Umzoguzg Edzlor DONALD FONTAINE . BERXICE SCIIOONOVER . . Kraus Editor .-1551. Nmzs Edilor Amos RANSOM .... MAGDALENE AMs1'L"rz . RAY K. MASSER . . . EDXVIN REEvEs .... Ror:ER'1' R. XVENDLAXD . II4 NIABIEI. C01-'POCK . . . JAMIE H.-XMMACK . . M. OLIN BURRHOLIJER . ORRELI. YORK ..,. FRANCES RICE . . . . . . .Rvporivr . . - .Rrportvr . Reportrz Rfpartw' . . Reporfn xxxdlfff Q:0,w,,lZ7 2 1 A -.R ..:i?JfZftF ,E Fwarure Edilor Lilrrary Editor Jtlzlrtic Editor' Humor Edilor . . .Rrporlfr r I if ' -2 ., ,lf Z 'Z , Fx E -iixfzqi KJ' THE AS B RIA 1932 ,fe Asbury fC.j'OHCgi.HllITl If. COOPER NXCF1 1iu,rir1r.v.f Jlllllllflfl' KARL B. JusTL's . . . JESSE GREENE . . flssl. CD65 BUSINESS STAFF .JLf'l'A'l'fi5iIl!f .1Idllllfll'I' .J Jfvn'li.vi11g Jlanayn' CARLI-:ISE BROWN . JACK D. SHEPARD . . Cinulalinn Marzayrr EMILY JONES ......, Slvrmyrapfm' .kwzzograplzrr IIS XXAXll!f!f Q .0""f,, 9 ,.. .. .. ., M 4 Y f XTM- R QL -Q R WRX UE f,?A 'k. Y X THE AS E U R LAN 1932 2'2" , ' -- W 11 ..f.....:.,: :.:.E.,....f.--.f-f.'-,mx., MILDRED ALEXANDER . . . 1I5.Y0t'il1fE FRANCES FULLERWIDER . Urganizarion RUTH COOK .....,. ,-lrfzlvtir EMERSON J. RUSSELL ..... ,-lr: The Asbmuurialn JAMES VV. BLITCH Editor-in-Clziff VGC hw? EDITORIAL STAFF Editor DoR1s R. COLE ...... Ffaturf Editor Edilor JESSE GREENE .... . . . Pholo Edilor Edilnr HERBERT SHILTZ . . Svminary Rrprvsmfafiw Edilor JACK D. SHEPARD . . Senior Rcprcsmzlatifve RICHARD S. PITTMAN . . Frvslzman Rvpnwnrati-zu' 116 Xkdlfff Q sw' f,, Q 42, E -is X -gaxfx ..,. ..:i,-J4,,m.1 p 4 V f?fff?3 52 THE AS B R 1 AN 193 2 . The ASbl1TiHH GEORGE S. LICHTXER, III IIu5im'J.r Jlzlmzyrr Y 5,3 1115 BUSINESS STAFF CLARE S. HALL . . Jssr. Bu.fim'xx Jlanagyer ESTHER Amos .,.. Cirrnlaiinrz .llanayrr HORACE BOLXCK . . . fllifvmtixizzgf jlanngvr GER.-xl.mxE LAQEY ..... .wf,-fm,,f-ffpfw R. XVENDLAND . qlsxf. .-Idw. Mgzr., Sojwlz. Rap. NIARDELI, AMs'1'L"1'z . . . , Swzmymphw' I I 7 M Irf, , N ff X S Z 5 7' fx t -.1 1 iv WX .L Aw I X 5-fix -X J V IK' 3 JIR A THE ASB RIAN 1 ix dv.. . v-w cx u f'uxsniixxuzx'rx'Xsc1.wCJwu1!Cmuxx3oc2r3mxw-c3amLnmmm ggh, f MOn's Giles Cllrulb OFFICERS I. D. MOON ...... .... . Dmdor R. DELMAS BOWMAN . . . Iffompanzst ORRELL YORK . . . ...... . 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A ne - .-'z"'!'5uL, ,v, 'J,. s. n sid' .41 if 4 I 1. utr' v ' T? vin'-it ,.vr,..f A' R if 'tg 'I Q 2 ,Qu 1-'g't:'f', .,' A ' ' x .QV I 'fw , i,' 9 ' 55 , 1 D , N- , - Q, r A-ff , ' 2 Q ",. -D ' 1 ,Y Q' .1 1 -Tfx 84-'Wa ' ' ' g H HAQQQQ A , C 5 4 ' x f' fa A -. , L f 'Q .. ff , iw.: fv- 4.4 in-:I A Q- gr V nf-, ""M'r-L ns:-.' 4 i--Q kg ' X , x .X -X , ,f Q if Xa Lflx ffi, THE ASB RIAN 1932 ORCH ESTRA BAND 120 xxkwlff f Q ,v"'ff,2'y 2 ,, 5 .. ,,:s?!lZXXE V 3, 122 . 55,55 aj ! 1, ,Z THE AS B R 1 A 1932 i,Q , pw . I f aiiffkhuiq v i - JXDMIN 1sTR.xT1oX LIBRARY ST.-xFF I2l f QgNUQ2f 40, . 5 X 4 Y 4 V Y Q S - ,X Q -, ,Ls 5 if S9 'RP Wi, ' THE ASBURIAN 1932 5 92 -2115, ,rmch-L5 B' KJ' zoran:-:-:.:.:v.-1-Janusz.:oz-:ag-guage!on-zongegr -.-pmonzn-' -., - -.-Q:-r -vp'-' -' '-rn.-:ng-1 1- xx gg x xx ni R1 N- xx gg-wx if GERALD CARNER MACK STOKES KENNETH FRASER GEORGE LIGHTNER, III ROBERT VVENDLAND JAMES BLITCH L Y Pcricllcal Dczbautning Club DEVERE TIIOMAS HAROLD M1LLARD KARL JUSTUS LAUREN CARNER LEIGHTON SHEPARD EDVVARD DAVIS GORDON BARNES JACK Sl-IEPI-IARD VVILBUR WILSON VICKERY DOUGHERTY CLARK SHREVE DONALD FONTAINE I 2 2 1555. Mgffa .bfi . HENRY HIGH GLENN JONES RAYMOND P1'1"1'MAN RAY MASSER ROBERT MCDANIEL OLIN BURKHOLDER 6 1 X 5 fyf vac:-zum::-za:-1Q:-:Q:--:Anzac1-:Q:-za1.:Q:ac:ogQ:-:oz-JcwQ'-Ac:ac.vzo:':u:o::L-xo:-xc. :Q:o:r Y Z ' A X iff 7 ? THE ASB RIA 1932 R 6 4 . 3 g' mfg '- v,, . 133.59-u,Lk "fa, . .... III , I.,xcx' LRE WIXSIIIR Iis'I'HI:R NIILLER HELEN .AXXIJREXYF M.xRnHI.L AxIs'I'L'Iz UERALIIINE LIICRY VhR.xIxEI.LI2 M.Isox lucy Stone .'XI.I.ILwI: XVII.srIx XIARC IRITI' B,xI,n Debating Cllub NIACIl.Xl,E x If A xIs'I'I' I z NEI.l.lE Mxsox YIRcIxI.x XVIXSIOX CIRIIQROX FIERRHLL 121 1 Xxwyfrfl DORIS COLE M.-ILIIE B. EDWARDS ALICE Rxxsml S.xR.III VANCIQ LL'cII,I.E ARISI Ulf FR,IxcEs FL'Ll.EXXX'lllIiR f . ,f -.:i?!l7fxE..1 ISABELLE FELDER MIIRY Lou NIOORE Laxoxk QIRAYI' Iivalxx EVANS N.-XFTEI, MAY SARAII PIeI'rx' QYLGA AI'R.xRI0v,-I , C , 6 L 0, A wszxztxc 1 Fil .S '45 S AS- SX. 'O 'ik WX THE ASBURIAN 1932 Q xr EDWIN SWEET CLARE HALL BOYD MACRORY ORRELL YORK EDWARD ERNEY F Hcnry Qllauy Debating Club MILTON FLEMING LEONARD VVURTZ WALDEN TYSINGER FRANK KESSLER JOHN CLARK CHARLES FERGUSON CLIFFORD BARNES JAMES RANCH FRED PHILLIPS WILLIAM HILL JAMES ROBERTS OSVVALD BARBER FLOYD GUILES THOMAS PETTY KENNETH PRUITT I24 SKI!!! I fy 4 , 5 ff Efyikix. .,:sdJz,,:I.-1 4 Y :L 5? TH E A s B U R I A 19 3 2 -1.:- .. 1.1-1...,:-1.1.,,.,,- 1.: -.,f- - -..,-,.,-1 ,-,.,- 1.. - 1.4 -1 Sophia-dlclphia Debating Club N1ABEL COPPOCK BERNICE SCHOONOVER MARGARET PATTERSON FRANCES RICE MILDRED .ALEXANDER EACDREY RICE EVELYN BREXX BERNICE BURGESS JAMIE H.-XMMACK XVILMA RIJSSEL GRACE MORGAN 12C IVIABEL MORGAN GERALDINE HUX'l'lXC'l'0N EVELYN KILBY HELEN KIRK MARX' BUCII f Moz 3 1, f .- xx DOROTHY RICE EDITII FLEAIING DOROTHI' SPENCER DORIS xv.-XRXFR JANE KEIfXN LA FALYN LEWIS I 5 E 3 ,i Q 29 xx MI Cf RS -AAI . THE ASBURIA 1932 :.: - :.: - - - -, N NZ . I Qj1i4CQ1I'01I'1lIiiR Debating Club HAROLD NEEL CLAUDE THOMPSON COOPER NACE CLYDE VVENDELL FRANK ST.-XXCER RONALD SMITH JOHN SMITH ALFRED JONES EDWIN REEVES T. CLARK DAVIS ELMER OVERMYER RODNEY SUNDBERG 126 Xxllf, , GERALD ZIMMER LAWSON FRANTZ BENJAMIN LEVVIS PAUL POTTER ROBERT GREEN MORELLE VVELLS N I. I 4 X 1 X i , 5 .W xx MARION KING RALSTON SMITH IRVING BRANDI' .ARTHUR IQENX.-XX JESSE GREEN L'RvILLE NEEL RICHARD PIITMAN , A V f ..- ,Q A ,,Q- g Z f f 11-ik TH E A s B R 1 A 19 3 2 , f: , P SLE LOYELACE YANEIA KLL1, .XL'nkEx' NIILLER Dmm1'm' j. N,XL'lllRlhE IVIILIJRED BEASLEY :NIILDRED Rossms -al' hilomanthim Debating Club llozarwm' XVEIK mu' I.xm.x 'l'H0:zx'mv '.3lHf1RfR,XNI!Xl,l. RL IH Crmx FRANCES CJx.xxl:m:m' RL ru I-1s'lHER Drxx YIRGIXLX PRI'lcu.xRn Liu EXE: ll pIAlI0Nl.XS 'X Y RL ru Arzxkw Y27 Xxxllff 1 Q 'f 6 , SX , J , .XXEI.l.E AIXIIIUXYD -11HEl.M.X M.xR1xxn.xlH EYISIXN PHI. Iiourrrns x Smwzus l.Lcu Rrcxnxx MxR4:.xRr'r Ifxlmxx Nlvx L.xxG b A --fa:-:Q--sa :-. Q:-.c:-: Q:-:oz1:o:'.Q:-.0.-:o:-Lungs:-:o,-.'o:-, on-: az-.Q:-.Q:-gc:-.cg-:Q.-:og-:og-10:o f Y SENFI gi 45? fxffxfii X- Ez, K , E THE ASBURIAN 1932 NQxx3rxn3cxx:mcv3'1axzmugr3acmbanQyhc.unQm2Rwm.zx1a1zz:xf 3 3 5 3 ES E r -' ' Z..-,-E:.:.,..X,1A: .v,.,. Q ivvjvvfq-. , .1 . .. NN uw-mam mx- E.,-. -, NIINISTERIAL Assocl.-xT1oN STUDENT VOLUNTEERS 128 XAX llflfff Q50-Ifffcf 7 fa v s 6 i 1 O X f La 1X .fzgdllelbm L A Y 1' , if ff THE AS B U R 1 AN 193 2 v 92 L., A U ,"'iiv ' 1-vc 'Hi ROMANCE LANGLAGE CLL'1as CLASSIC.-XL LANGL'.,xcE CLLABS 129 mi X, , X51-""I'ff"y 23-I --SS f Y Y 5 -- - xx X xi ix sg? THE ASBURIAN 1932 f , ' A- Q -- Q5 f ,z 5 ,1 L' W .N J 'fem X 'TN -1- I 5 4' - . '- , li .ifmailiw - W , , , -. :oCxx 1j3ofx-31 CQ ao4x1g3nCjexXxxxxx10CB1CR1vCS'XX iuioc1oc1orv114xJui'1.11gg35f Y F RIUDNT.-XIN lXI1ssluN.-mx' SOCIETY XVuA1EN's HLJhIILETlC.'XL 1-XSSOCI.-XTION 130 b.W,'f4f' XX 50 ff' ,f 2 if .F ,5 1. 'f fiq p dzsdaffim A I Y .QU A ff THE AS B U R 1 AN 1932 -1.,-,1-1.1-,L,,,-1,. 1.1-1 - :.: --.--,-..- -.1-. 1..-.-.. 1.. -,.-1-1-3-1-. .1-.. .,.,.,- A , G D w v4 K 'Hsu ru-1a .I Q 0, 2" , 2'?'l'7 N A4 W A M fx : -if x QJEI? , Q . ' ' J .J ' Ji-, I' 4' W' ' ' f' :.awffv,:-I'sf-'SQA--' WY ' " W - . , ,-...-.g.g..-nu PRE-RIEDICAL CLL' B ART CLUB ISI x X X , xg ,,. f 2 I i jf 3-yffgxi ... .,:i?JlZf,a,e su -, xN,. .X X K N 1, . .X - X '3 is ,Q ii lf Lfliii. i TH E A s B u R 1 AN 193 2 Uufxx joxus l'r1'ri ini! a L braxuzv Tiucxmr I'i4'1'-Pwsidvrzl Synezrdliriiai In Asbury College, five years ago, a group of men, who were not preparing to enter the ministry, organized a club known as Synedria. The purpose of this club is to establish a better spirit of friendliness, and to strengthen the ideals of Christian living in college as well as in pro- fessional life. Dean sl. B. Kenyon and N111 VV. VV. Cary, business manager of the College, have very ably sponsored Synedria this yearg proving by their lives to be a real source of inspiration to the men of the club. Topics of general and vital interest are discussed in the weekly meet- ings, which are open to every college layman. Here from time to time, noted men, who are authorities in the various fields, are invited to speak, thus adding a real contribution to Asburyls life. 1 32 Xbl ll!!! Q e,,..,,,c 7 ?1' t 3 Y P 7 .jiggfff ff' THE AS B R 1 AN 193 2 g ,eg -,,,:,,:.:-,1-.,l,,,,:-..:-...-..,-...,.,-,,-,.,- 1., Q-1-0? MAUH, Coeeocx lift?-Pl'l'5lnll'Ill Fmxcss E. Rice Pr'v.viJn1I Big Sister Cllulb livery Big Sister of Ashurv College endeavors to be a friend of inspiration and comfort to her new college sisters, not only in what she does but in what she encourages them to do and be. She seeks pri- marily to give, not to takeg to help, not to be helpedg to minister, and not to be ministered unto. Various house meetings and social functions are held throughout the year bv the club, in which the girls hecome not only better acquainted with each other, but they also learn to know the entire College body better. The lives of all are thus enriched bv the living of the Big Sister Club's creed, which reads, "The more we love and serve, the better we areg and the greater our friendships are, the nearer we are to God." U3 xl-3, We f 4 .3 X X p A Y Y Xsx -. X ix - , S5 Fi f' S QB X X . wx xxx Eff X Q ,ful I -72 Q' 1 YQ IHE ASBURIAN 1932 -g.--,, -, ' J 1 4' My , 'sf A ,..-., .,.q.-..v..-,,.,.,.,,,-. uumyxxaimmngqnwiuggangragaggoimvmmmumggy 1 " 'W' r E '15 f Q12 ' 4 H lImtc:rfQQoHIlcgi.a11tc FLMIQR Ovfakmvxek JAMES RAXCK BERNICE Buxcess RODNEY SCNDBERG GVVENETH THONIAS EDWARD ERXIEY 134- Xxdlffff . Q 7 125. Dcb.a1t cv Team lC'enterJ, Comb ROBERT MCDANIEL BERNICE Scuooxovmz MARGARET PA'1"1'ERs0x ESTHER CRAXDALL FRAXK STAXGER 4 f, A f --f"'fwx, --1' fiiiifhffhxe Qqoccnqcoqoccaolcccpsocnar L Y Y IC Rejoice not against me, O mine enemy! vflmenlfnlllskallarisef' 1'flQ: 251 Nha. 45.: ' 11.52 2:5 , S 1-5 es n -3 ,gn 14.154 . 6?2 a xr ta" 1 n u.. I Yqmsns snim O ,sm ianisga ion saioisfl 0.92513 usda I U31 I nsdw fix' ff -s if M ff" if AT -BOOKFIVE H L E T I v..v,. ' '- M I , Q, 4 4 ...G -, v4 .f-.1 ,.. ' 1 . , . V. N . -w,-1 NL Y , He' W Y I 1- - H, ... , H, , P., T . RV X A fr x v Hi 1 rf- , 4, I .1 ' ' N' L X-4 T' 1 V , ,H , ft",-sl-r W, , 4 Q.-.Ht ., fm -v Lf . "SM U . KET L. Sa.p:r,'-' 5' ,. 4 TS ,- E, - , -" 3 .f A ,K if 4 1.9 5-W1 1 THE AS BU RIAN 1932 K Kg FP v I A 2-.- -1.-4.---.1--.f-,.--,.-- . -,.f- . - . -...- ..-..1-..:-1..-...-..,- -...-...-... 'I Y 2 -Y , Q Af. LANG, JL'sl'L'5, COACH XVlISl'IiRFlIil.Il, YORK, PELL R, SMITH, STOKES, COLE, F. jnxrs, BEADLE, XVl1,1,lAM5 Asbury Athllctic ASSO'Ci.2MTiOTJ Y. D. XVESTERFIELD ...,.. . . . ..... , Cflllfll KARL J ljSTL'S NIACK H. STOKES Praviduzl Trnnis NIXA LANG Dmus R. COLE Sl"l'l'l'fl1l'J' Tl'I1l1i,f CQILBERT xVlI,l.I.XMS R.-KLSTON Smrm Trruszmv Bzufbrxll ORREL1. YORK XVYNAX BE.-x01,5 B!l5A'l'f1ItlH Trarl: EVELYN PEL1, EMILY jnxss R11.flw'Ilfall Trad: '37 XAXIIAX S3,uIfu,Z? S X , ! V Y I Qi X GN X il THE ASBURIAN 1932 ' , gz A . :.1.1.1.:,.,.,..a-1-: 1.-C22 XLSES vc 1131301 mic-fr if-1 ,oe xx xx M. X221 grkf fl 3 -1 Balsllsnftballlll . Ekxi' . . . . . . Forfward ffllffllill OVERMYIQR . . . . For-ward STOKES . . . Fon-ward BEADIAE . . Cnzler SHEP,-XRD . . Cmlvr NEEL . .. . Guard YORK . . Guard JONES . . . . Guard SENIOR BOYS The senior basketball team is one of the snappiest on the local floor. Fast passing and plenty of lighting spirit mixed with cool head-work have carried the boys to more than one clear-cut victory. The sportamanship shown in every game is worthy of recognition. This fighting machine, composed of live "Red and Black" cogs have nobly upheld their record of past years, and every Senior is proud of his team. 138 ll f X l ! ek , 7 f SX l .W .agdlwaitz A v 'Yi Z r ff' THE AS BU Rm 1932 4 . X liuu Rum, Pl-.IiI. Iliri llt x RICE Ihxxrz iBaskCtba1H1 fftlfllllill RIS l,fH'lzI..XLl 1'iIllAiL'tIl'ii I Ill'Ql.'lll'l! . Crlzlrr . ffllrllkf . tlmunz' . frlllllkf . 111111111 Fm':L'f1rif SENIOR GIRLS Chalrncterized hy their usual fighting spirit, the Btllhlugs, frvrmer runners-up fur the rhnmf piun hip, steadily forged their way toward the vit'tur's vrown. This year they zltlded several new players to their line-up, :ind there uns ll emiserplenl display nf unexpeetetl Intent ahility. They were constantly aggressive, yet, hCC1lllN6 uf the Clezlu-Cut hrnmi of hrill they plalyetl, it uns at pleasure to meet this fnrmitlulvle uggregzitimi on the Hunr, 139 XXX il!!! Q:,.x-'Miz 7 22, is X , l 5 .EI Qi X 1 13, X I THE AS B RIAN 1932 N,,g3g,.,u,,43g.,-.,33x,r-in --.:- xmxivxmfunuxcxx rw-CDMYKJ-x1BR:og,m ,gr e I .N f . r.. cy:g as E, :O ' I yfzatw Basketball 3 I LEWIS .... . F omcard It Captaizz hinhn BLITCH . . . Forward BARNES . . . Cfnlm' l CROSSNO . . .Guard HV., fbn .Q I ' "-' s LANG . . . . - Guard -v:: i ,bbl NICI'l'I'ERI.E1X . Gum-iz' ':iV:bb CLINE .... . Guan! XVII.LIAIvIs .... Forfward JUNIOR BOYS Hard, consistent playing marks the performance of the junior team. Others may soar to dazzling heights of "super-playing" only to sink again into the gloom of Htough breaks," but the Grey VVolves continue their steady and often invincible gait. Often considered as "under dogs," they repeatedly have upset the confident hopes of championship aspirants. In fact, they threaten to have some very definite ideas concerning a championship for themselves this year. 110 Xxlllfyff Nm 1 X 3 fc Z 2 ' "- Wx F --H -1:i?4lh,f5-I2 A, V , X., 'g f 1 iv Q THE AS B R IA 1932 pp Q The must outstanding ch their splendid sportsmanxh strength maring or waning part nf every girl. These junior girls a gnml ahowing J .05 lBa1skctb.alll . INIORCAN . . . . . Ffll"l,L'tll'ti Cllflftlill lXlII.LER . . Frum-ard COOK . . - llIll'flL'l1l'ii BERCESS . -Ioxrs . . . . l7L'YKl,iem:Rcmx . Crlzlrr . fylllllal . . Guan! AI.Ex.xxnER . . . . Guan! Hfxxrlx . . - Guartf JUNIOR GIRLS aracteristics of the team that hears the colors of the Clan nf '53 are ip, smooth passwurk, and determined lighting. Instead of their 'wn varioux nccasiuns, steady and persistent playing if shown on the traits developed the more l-my consistent practice have given the and make them a team to he feared. Ill Xllil gy ll: wi, 'Z , 1, Y. ff ' 5 1 t 1' 55?e X l- s , ml X Qglgg THE ASBURIAN NMQ Z., - L.1 D' . ffl L22 lliiatslsietllnatlll jL's1'Us .... . . Guard Cajviain Lmen .... F 07"wlU'l7' Reeves . . . Fw'fu'11r'd CLARK . - Farfward Po'l'1'ER . . , . Cl'7Z1'l'l' Dixox . . . . - Guard VVoonsox .... Forfwartl Znuml-:R . .. . . Guard l SOPHOMORE BOYS The sophomore Yellow jackets suffered a severe blow in the early stages of the season when they lost the services of their star center, Cliff Barnes. But with fnr above an average team. undaunted courage thev read justed their line-up and immediately set out to prove that they were still of championship calibre Ihe te-mn of 34 shows an excellent knowledge of the finer points of basketball which places it 142 f QQ3.l!,fjf, 2 ,, 5 1-ro:-: :-: 1-: :-L '-: A Q Q Q Q. Q. .n..Q,-.Q,-,Q.-,c:.:o:::Q:-:GJ-:Q:-,oz-:aaucgn011:03.01-:cz-:oz-zu:-ga:o:' Y 1' ..- ,Q .,-fr 1 v .f ' ' ,'f 'Z if fl fa THE SB RIA 1932 A ii , E il 15 51+ P on-:oz-:uv-101-10:-so1-:on-10:-as 1-: Q r-: Q'-td'-'D 1-r Q 1-: on-:oi-.nv-Lo.-.0101-zexe:-.oz-zoLo.-.o.-. .-:aa-: . , :-:Q. i-.BQEQL -14' Ax es Y ' 1 Basket XVE1.sn . . . Cajvizzin Cora .... KIIABY . . . fm, .alll I-'fn'v.cari1 F0r'fu'arJ Fr1rfwar'ii A H A XVliS'l'liRlIlil n , A , , Crnlrr ELYIDCE . . For-zcani V Mokmx . . Guard Buiczess . Guard XVlxs'1ox . . Guard The absence this year of four charter memliers had no eliect upon the spirits of the Sopho- more girls' team. They reorganized and, with hard fighting and determination, have pushed forward until their team is one of the best organized on Asbnry's Hoof. The Class of '34 nflers basketball material that is above the average, and no clonht they will prove their right to some titles and honors that can he earned in this sport. ll-'Z x Xlllfi f Qf 32" ,S ' .VIII-. , -- f Y Q 5 Sf -1 5 K-if ssxgpir Q l v x k X I xx ni X 34 5' out THE ASB RIAN 1932 w :oz-za:f:.:xc:en:eo:-zo:-gon:or-gonzalu we 5 sormgxgot 1 Ugg xx X134 in ,ot xx ,al M 10531-xot 5 Eff 1 1 "xv, 4,33 egg - I -- ' V 9 21 'B 'f ..f1, - 2' fav- 'i 6 . 276 ,. get ., . . War if Balslkestballlll Sl-IEP.-XRD . . . . . Guard Caplain DEPACTER ,..- - Cnztvr SIMPSON . . . Y Foriwara' ROGERS . . . Fnrf-ward FRANTZ . . . Famcarti P1'r1'M.1.x . , . Guard VVIXSLOXN' . . . . Guard Lusx . . . . V Guard FRESI-IMAN BOYS The Class of '35 comes to us from various parts of the country with every expectation of putting out a winning team. Each individual man has shown a marvelous exhibition of true sportsmanship in being a good loser as well as a good winner. The future holds great possi- bilities for these Asbury "cubs," and by working together from season to season they should become a team to be feared on the basketball floor. 141 Nllf, f , O5 , faq --1' infra A L N' le , 1,-'Z 'A X , T E ASB R 1932 . ll fa, 11 T s R X if. , ,, ,A .A . ,. . . . . - .-.a.-.s.-.Q-.op-zo.-zo.-.ox-.Q T ,s -2 'v .-,o.-.o.- o.-.n.-.o.-.o.-.a.-59,e:Q:- of9.-.o.-.o:.:c.-.Q.-.qs Q - Q -zu, Q -zo -Q l v N ' 'Iii xl jg 4 P- I .-7 X A if t 4 A l I, 5 'l lBa1slkcl1:lb.a1llll Lowmu' .... . For-ward Cnplain BEASLEY . . . Cfnlrr CARTER . . F orfward RICE . . Forfwzzrd POPE . . . . . Guard NICll'l'ERl.EIN . Guard ORTLIP . . . . Guard HARNEY . . Fort-ward XX. FRESHMAN GIRLS Conclusively disproving the statement that all Freshmen lack experience, the Freshman girls' team present to Asbury's intramural activities a strong group of players. Because of the ex- celfent material found in every position, this team has been able to roll up good scores in every game. Their passwork, due to steady and persistent practice, is fast becoming Z1 science. From all appearances the "Tigreesses" will have their share of victories on Asl1ury's hardwood. 145 l XXX' l 'lf KU? 6 1 6 f .., 1402 -, , ., ... A V Y x ill 1 'W 0 -n Q. Q - 1. -Xl Qafzzreltl 5 3 'Qxx :I cf xl ' D QNX .' ' MV I 5- ' -.. is AX? 423 r ii jfiig s t THE AS B U RIAN 1932 ore - 1 A gginhkyx, i K. 'ea N 3 ,f. I t, , QLRIHAW s o E ii f BE S is 1 by A . Q 'Q WE U?':! i A235 3 it , A 1 .fav 5 I 2+ ii my -3 4,,,,W,:,,, .. Bamsllscctlnmalllll C MACRORY ...- Forward Caplain GL?ll.ES . . . . Forfward SWEET . . F0l"lAJlZI'L1 XVEED . . . . Cnzlrr LUCE . . . . . . Crntfr TYSINCER . . . . Guard Bmzxes . . . . . Guard jncox . . . . . Guard illllllff .- - 'X t , t sf! llllmy Y E SEMINARY BOYS The Seminary team is composed of veteran basketball players who gained their training through four years of effort on the college floor. Their playing, both on the defensixe and offensive, has made an excellent showing, making the games in which they participate interesting and exciting. The Purple and VVhite players show hard fighting and good sportsmanehlp which have given them the record as a team of no mean ability. 146 Xhl llfff Q No""'f4 Q J F Y ,..- ',2 E2 iff e? X 1' fs? 42' ' THE AS B U RIAN 1932 J? 9 Cow, Buren, lVlORG.-KN, DouoHEu'n', KULL, Sroices, LANG, Mfxcxokx' Tennis YVith each succeeding year, tennis has grown in popularity among the students of Asbury College. It is recognized as one of the most profitable as well as enjoyable of sports, and the fall and spring tournaments are met with much enthusiasm. The lNIen's and YVomen's Singles were won by KI. Stokes and D. Cole, who well deserve the title of championship. The outstand- ing playing of the others have also won them letters. 147 XXX llfff Qfu-11,29 71, so 5 ... D 1' u,.u,.... k?l gi fx gi: THE AS B RIAN 1932 ri g .i -4 1-:.1.1.:-.o.-:op-t 1-: wqcnr-5' Coiicn XVHs'1'ERIf1ELD, TIIOMPSON, S. BRADWAY, SMITH, CLINE, HILL, CLARK M. BRADVVAY, Liz.-xen, Tkrciusrr, HULL, joxss Scmiforzbgophfomorie Boys The Senior-Sophomore combination is unusually for- tunate in having almost a complete line-up of veterans with which to begin work this year. Add to the already proved ability of these boys in batting and fielding, good sportsman- ship and cooperation and you have a team that will be hard to beat. According to all predictions, the Senior-Sophomore Nine has an excellent chance to emerge victorious at the close of the season. 1 4.8 XAX ll!!! Q:v""f,Z Q a s L A Y Y i f I-ilk l f THE AS B Rm 1932 NVEs'rERr1E1.o, XVHVIE, CLIXGEX, HIGH, SIMPSON, CoPr31..xxn NIILLARD, DEP.v13'l'ER, FRASER, BE.vxi,vx, KEXNAN Jrmniorsfreshmiam Boys The ilunior-Freshman baseball team is somewhat han- dicapped this year as only two players of former years have returned. However, the1'e seems to be plenty of good material among the new men, and a little inten- sive practice should reveal new stars on Asbury's dia- mond. There is little doubt but that this group will give the other teams cause for worry in their run for the Championship. I 19 XM f Q ,.,,,n' if Ef f 'TX f :QE ' P --1 A v 1 THE ASBURIAN 1932 ......1-,.1.:.L 1-5- A ,:-,.:..,..: ' I r. l---., , 1 ,. I, IVV ,',.A f., 'T 1 1' " v,, f' QL? --. ,L " 1 6 ' lf mf' I 1 ,1f"f L S ei I f il ms ' ' BASKETBALL NAS? WINNERS BASEBALL BURKHOLDER, JUSTUS falso Traclej, REEVES CLINE false Traclej, HILL, THOMPSON VVOODSON falso Trackj, HUNT, PELL, BARNES JONES, ERNEY false Trackj L+ 522 . gf ,fff 4 Wi 47 if ,Er T H E A S B U R 1 A N 19 3 2 , fa L 1., fin , XX L , '- 5 57 ,Z f Z., K Ex xy Qlmell. TENNIS UA" WINNERS TRACK COLE, STOKES. LAXG Ialxn Baskflballj LEXVI5, jrmxles, DL'XKI,EBERCER, BEADLE DoucHER1'x', Mokmx, BLITCH Ymzx, COP:-AGE, NEE1. 4 f I X W , H Qi X x R X - xx x X - . X XQXKJBQ M THE ASBURIAN 1932 'bi' if , , ' I 4 X J -9. x bm Iv . V' ., 5' J K :L ,r' W I 1 ,,m.,, , , ff x ' I 1 42: '1Iv:1:OKIIOII,M1I'IILOl1Z02CZ1IImilhirDIL A12022I'LZZ'ZIZ0l11'1I1'.1.'.1.',D24I ..IEIQ.. Ill: .. PIQIHIXETQ.. 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X 'a ..i':i?i,t5i isa, A V Where man rezgns X lx "" ,gif A , Supreme x 4' V4-' ' 'sv X ' fm e x N if-1 A 4. 1 I 1, , , ' X X . ,. , . xx' . - ' 'ntl "U Af . N f 22 :S 42 X ll ll I . 8 . 1 . WS' I That hard , . 1 v water! ' Below Zero Isn 't that moonlight heavenly? 'L ,Q L HX VA' V? as-wi, " 1 114, '-u... ,g.' J 41' .eg N gl .-fn 1 1m "1 Q From An A ll gles Ashurjfs Presid en The firin line Three g of Docto The F re guide to English The Phi and his wife How do feel? three ts 8 enerations TS 5hman,s losopher you Glee Club in Action The from' of parting If C0771 L' Hey Maa'fQ.' IVf7at's the hurry? If Eftfner could see you now! The club? new tenor The pilot A kia' and a goat 'YK f ,fff -'WY 'Q 'Nw 22251 i? I all yu N fe, x x 's n w s - w. xy T24 2,21 'f-5424- 'K' K 'X ' 1, K 'mor-2 U N .A1..,.. .2,, 4:12, 1: fir .. ' 2 N xy X bil W X + ,. me ' VW .,. .fs -X . 'U IIN 5' Q " ' "iff ' 'lif' 4- is .y , -'. 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SX I S 'X I Z 4 , 5 P if 4 C at x X fm 3 ., , I THE ASBURIAN 1932 W5x.a.xx3fr11C:cixxmxxmo!o.x1zz :unxx1cr'wCxxnCH:xx I The House of Distinctive BRYAN -HUN T Jewels Diamoncls, Watches Im-urporalh-ll Cloclcs Platinum and Dlamoncl Wizoiesale Grocers ' Jewelry LEXINGTON, KY' Fine Stationery Designers and Manufacturers of Class Wlzolesale Distributors for Pins, Rings, and Fl'3f9l'nlfY jewelry Sun-Kist Brand California , Canned Fruits Victor Bogaert Co. llna-nrpuratedl You W'ill Be Pleased With , This Brand Diamond I mporters and Manufacturing Jewelers Ask Your Dealer For It Lexington, Kentucky Paris, France Brussels, Belgium IF IT'S Lumber, Hardware or Building Materials YOU WANT TO SEE US JONES-SAVAGE LUMBER COMPANY INc'0lu'olc.x'rr:n GENERAL CONTRACTORS WILMORE, KY. HARDWARE SPORTING GOODS SMITH-WATKINS 236 East Main Street LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY QUALITY MERCHANDISE EXCELLENT SERVICE x Xl lin f .5 d.,,,, f, X 3 ,L 5 277 ' ,FS 4405K L --H I 3, 1? ij fff THE ASBURIAN 1932 Take Care of Your Eyes Compliments of Have Tlgm Tested y Company RI: Incorporated E 610 East Third street LEXINGTON, KY. oxb lk' johns Building 108 North Walnut Street and Heating LEXINGTON, KY. ' Mateflal LUMBER YARD PLANING MILL COMBS LUMBER CO. flncorporatedl LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY CONTRACTORS BUILDERS The HEALTH of the FACULTY and STUDENT BODY of this COLLEGE is being PROTECTED by the use of Pasteurized Dairy Products Furnished By Lexington Dairy INf'0Rl'flRA'I'l'll, 716 National Avenue LEXINGTON, KY. 1XXl.i,i,A'ff Ego 12? afq faa is! 1 if if A ffgf All i THE AS B U RIAN 1932 of H. W. Peters co. CLAY-INGELS CO. INf'0IlI'0R.X'l'EIJ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Builders' Supplies Face Brick COTHHIOH B1'1Cli Hollow Tile Etc. Building Specialties 347 East Main Street LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Jewelers and Engravers 5174-78 Washington St. BOSTON, MASS. Ojfciul Jeweler to Classes 1930, '31, '32, and ,33 Periclea Debating Club Lucy Stone Debating Club Henry Clay Debating Club Sophidelphia Debating Club Ciceronia Debating Club Philomathia Debating Club Intercollegiate Debate Team Asbury College Glee Club Asburian Staff Euphemia Debating Club D. T. DAVIS, Dist. Mgr. Box 551 LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY MUNNS BROTHERS Blue Grass Meats JOHN SEXTON Ea CO. Manufacturing Wholesale Grocers CHICAGO Established 1883 Make the LAFAYETTE Your Head- quarters When in Lexington Special Prices For All Student Par- ties With Personal Supervision THE HOTEL LAFAYETTE LEN SHOUSE, JR., Manager LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY sirlifff 4 , ss ff .infix siege Y li r L THE AS B U R 1 AN 1932 There's a DIXIE Dealer Near You NJOY n s o ICE CREAM Cnmn or THE Blur GRASS BOOK STORE DINING HALL ROY GUYN'S We Can Supply You With Any Boolc on tl'1e Mar- lcet at Pulmlisluerqs Price All the Outstanding New Books Are Now Available Bibles and Testaments In All Styles of Bindings LOOSE LEAF NOTE BOOKS In All Sizes and Bindings FOUNTAIN PENS AND PENCILS Orders Promptly Filled The Bllllk lillllcelll 420 Plum St. Cincinnati, O. FIRST AMERICAN BANK WILMORE, KY. Cordially Solicits Your Bank- ing Business We Pay 4'H on Time Deposits Delightful Surroundings Tasteful Food Slualcertown Inn The Place You Can Enjoy SHAKERTOWN, KY. Lexington,s Popular Shopping Center Tlve Fair Store Compliments of A FRIEND and College Dry Cleaners Z, X swf f x N' ff ,I h. 5fiQ? ssflgl I THE ASBU RIAN 1932 KXiYiX!3XYSCDQfXXS1'0CLY-YW-J0iXJC1-3-1 H. A. CHURCHILL- I. T. CILLIC Architects and Engineers LEXINGTON, KY. SAVOY FOODS Whether Fruits, Vegetables, Fish or Condiments, the Savoy Label pro- claims the highest accomplishment of Mother Nature, Human Brains, and Skill. Order "Savoy" From Your Grocer Steele-Wecleles Co. Foumled in 1862 f'hi4-nun, lll. Compliments of A. D. ROBERTSON CANDY CO. LEXINGTON, KY. MITCHELL, BAKER E6 SMITH Ilu-orpnrnted flsburians' Patronage Salicitea' "THE QUALITY DEPARTMENT STORE" Lexington, Kentucky W. T. SISTRUNK Ed' COMPANY Wholesale Distributors Fruits, Groceries, Confections Largest in Central Kentucky We Feed Asbury College Lexington, Ky. 4 '1 N A sdfellk ., , ., . 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KILBY xy R1'ylAf1'11r 111111 I11yt1'111'ln1' of Pxyclzfffffgy WII.LIAM BRANDT HUGHES B.P12n., M.A. Dum of Ihr Coll1'g1' 111111 Profrsxoz' of Plzysivs I8 XAXIIA 1 Q -.-" ' "Oxy 7, up 5 ... -zQ7?"Lf - , . .H ,,,.. A, I THE AS B U R 1 AN 1932 1 1 1,--..-1..-1.,-11-1.1.11--.T--.1-A.f--..-,.1-..1-..f-1.,-,... 1.. --..-1.1-1.1-1..-1..-,.. J. BENTON KENYON KI.,-X. J IJIIIII of .Urn 111111 l1'11f1'1'.vr11' of I,'l111111.1l1'-11 FRED H. LARABEE D.D. 1967111 of St'lI1iIll1l'j' 111111 J,1'.vixf1111t Pr11f1'.v.1'f11' of X1111' 7'lXfI1llIt'I!f Lllllffllflflf ETHEL V. DODDRIDGE KIA. 1711111 of 1f'111111'11 111111 ,1.v.w1'i11f1' l'rr1f1'x,1111' of 121111111-I1 19 xxxdlffl Q:-0""f,Ly ga, M is A Y i:S - S E -7-1 jg S Q 1N'X X 53 I THE AS B II B IAN 1932 IFIa1Icu,III1fcy NABIA ABBOTT M.A. PI'0f't'550l' of Hislory LUCY ADAMS M.S. ProfI'.v.v0r of Home EC07l0IHiI5 VVILLIAM DAXVID AKERS A.B., D.D. Profcssor of Old Tfslanzent Language VVILBUR OLIN ALLEN M.A., B.D. Profnxvol' of Hisiorical Theology JESTA BELLE ARMSTRONG A.B. Imtruftor in Art PHILIP S. CLAPP A.B. Professor of Biblifal Literature RIARY ELIZABETH CORLEY MA., T.D. flssofiale Professor of Spceflz 20 XXIII!! f Q s""af7 32 55 --If A 'KTTH V f ,zz THE AS B U RIAN 1932 N. I , . I .. I, . III lF.a1cIuIIlty BIARY FIIRSYTIIIQ B.S., M.A. .'lJJ0l'il1ll' Pf0fl'5.f0l' of Engflixfl and .lflingf IJt'I5lll'lNIl'llf DAISY IDIZAN QERAY MA., T.D. ProfI'.v.ror of Spwwll FRANCIS RI.-XRION I-IESTON lNI.A. Profr.v.for of Edumiirnz HIAROI.D RIARCKS HILI.I,ARD B.D., 1NI.A. Professor of Spanixh NIIIHN RIARTIN BIAXEY NLA. Profzxrsor of .wlllfhflllllfiff SAMUEL ARTH UR AI,-XXXVELL B.D., S.T.B., BLA., ILDIVI. Profvxmf' of Rrligious Edzzmfiolz I. D. MOON AJS. Dirvflor l'0icr Dt'f3l1l'fI71l'IIf L llrrld of 2 I XXX ll ff f Q sX""'fz!? ' 52, ,sg Y I X Xziizij- .N N N THE ASBU RIAN 1932 :.l - 1F.a1fcrumllty 1"R.'XNK PA-xu, Momus B.D., D.D. I'rnf1'x.vor uf Syslrzlzalic Tllrology and Ilomilrliac Ilwln XVu.1.uAI N.,XNKlN'liI. M.A. l'rnfr.r.v1n' of Ifiolngy NVl1.1.1,xA1 LINCULN NKDIVCIER M.A., B.D. I'rnffs.wr of Sofia! and Polilirzzl Sfirrzrr ICRA XVILUIQR PFNNISTON AJS., B.MUs. 1,ilAA'l'lllI' Pijn' Organ 1Jt'f7llI'1lII1'IIf RALPH D. Prkm' AB. I11.vIl'1u'I0r in l3'Ju1'11Iinn VIVIAN NORRIS PUTNAM Prafrsmr of flrt PERMA A. RICH A.B., B.S. IN L.b. l.ihrarinll 22 XN11f,f, ..,, ,127 22, 53 7 Y 1 ea TH E A s B R 1 A 19 3 2 1F.a1TcTumllty NINA -IILTNNE Rlncnu. B.ML's., M.ML's. Dirurlvr fj0II.fr'l'-T.'lI10l'j',' C0-l,iH'l'f0f Piunu llrparllrzrnl HARRY EM Iiksox ROSIZXH lanclalc Pu.D. Pr'ofz'5,mr nf Plfilnsoplfy AI,T.k L. SCHEL RNIAN ln,vll'm'l0r in Grrnmn ANNA I,.xL'RTx SERRING PMB., NLA. lJirn'lnr nf .Vodrrzz I.11nguagrJ and Prufr,unl' of Frnzflz .ALBIZRT SMITH Dfl'1'4'lor of fiulin and Nffillflfll lll,fll'lIIll1'llf Ijrparllmvzl XVILLI.-XM Ilbwln 'IQIQRKIXGTUN NL."-X., 'I'll.B. I'rofr.vsor of Nwu' ?-fildlllfllf l.a11yuagfr and I.1lvralurr XYANCIZY Dwm W'EsTliR1f1El.n lN1.A. Dirrflor of I'l1y5ie'aI ljduralion Mas. -I. M. XVYATT A.B., 13.5. .flssistanl Proff.v.for of Enylislz 33 XAXIIAI, Q:e,...,,2 7 3 .FS 1 S' 'K 2, ss. ii fi S33 '32 THE ASBURIAN 1932 XX 7 X-ICE BANKS, BISHOP, CAImIcHAE. F I, OXTAIXE, GORSUCH, HAxI,Ix, -IOHNSOX, KING, KL'LL, LENIZ, MCAIEE NIORRIS. SLACK, S'l'OL"1'. 'IiAYLOR, TIIORNTON, XVEED PIELE x BISHOP, A.B AIO1miIn1IistIrna1ItIiOIm Officers FAYE E. BANKS S4'rrI'I1Iry nf Pzllllifily Offffr' . MIxxIE CARMICI-IAEI., A.B. Sl'fft'fIlI'y Io Ifu' Prfsidmzl Housr Dfan LOIS FONTAINE HAzEL HANLIN, R.N. MAY C. GORSUCH Boolekcrprr Nufsr VVI LMA MAE JOHNSON, R.N. fVIlI'.Y1' CH-XRLFS OTI L . , " Ex' MORRIS SujrI'ri1zIr1zdr1zl .lslzury Prfss THOMAS V. STOUT Sllprrirzlnzdfnt of liui NEw1'Ox KING, JR. Fzrld Rrprrscnlzziiwf' ldings and Grounds VANETA KIJLL .lxsisnzlzt Bookkf Iiousu Wlotlzcr AGNES MAY TAYLOR, Nurse MIIIIJRED SLACK .II 5515111 ni Bookkfwprr' P. P. THORNTON Elvctrifian rpm' ALICE VIRGINIA LENTZ LYLE A. WELD Dirlizian Bookslorc MdHdgl'f H. H. MCAFEE Fifllf R1'p!'4'.n'!1llllf'vB 2-1- XAJIAX Q :,u'u,l, 9 21, 053 , ,, I R.N. f ' ' piety, Charity and Prudence instruct Clmristien at the Palace Beautiful. nf' QE -i R91 -3 'ig .3 f , .5- "?e,fi.. I 'u - 5 ' 'Y S821- s ga, 1 - R Q11 bfi,- "":-Q1 Q 1:-.j 82 ppb.,-' A-. wlrffjf 1-'gg -it ' H25 Tk 'ff 551 f134.'1? 2: 'ff R . I l , 4 1 I 1 1 v 1 1 I 1 I 4 i sansbmq Ima Qihsrlo ,iisiq ,noiimoaiq .hffimsaa aaslsq sd? in nsirtehrlg nuuani H-2-'ny .BooKTWo. THE CLASSES "FIPS" - L - 'QI'-'P Q Ne. Ah? U .f.-- . '- 33 . . I v 'gfw-'I - ali .1 .... " . a V -Q , ..'N . 1- 1 , I 1 1 IIT.: i v-. 5. f' if afar: 1. in ..- 4 THE AS B U R 1 AN 1932 2 HAROLD D. NEEL Pl'L'5idl'lIl Senior Class Uffifccrs NINA WARD LA xc FRANK M. KESSLER Vice-Prvsidvnt Treasurer RUTH Lynn Acxmv CLAuDE H. THOMPSON Sefrrlary Chaplain QAOQJ 27 NW WV XS ,Lg 7, ,.- 5 ' ... Y Y f SENIOR GLASS RUTH LYDIA AGNEW, A.B. 23317 Ali-xunrler Avenuu Louxsviruz, Kaxrcvcxy illajor-Social Science Fleur de Lys Club, '30, '31, '32, Library Staff, '30, '31, '32, Class Secretary, '31, '32, HELEN R. ANDREWS, A.B. 1518 East Thirty-ssventh Street MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA fllajor-English Lucy Stone, '28, '29, Orchestra, '28, '29Q junior Class Secretary, Spanish Club, Vice-President, '32, Big Sister Clubg Asbury Missionary Society. "QQ, QW Philomathia, '30, '31, '33 University of Minnesotag Choral Uniong Mountain O SlENlIUlR CHLASS YNXELMA ARCHER, A.B. 'lll1'J Lml'--ln .Xxwlxllv Sll.KDYSll!F, OHIO .llzfjor-lfnglisll Nluskingum Collegeg Spanish Clulw, '30, '31, '3:g Young XVOmen's llumileticnl Assucia I iong Asbury Choral Union, '313 Big Sister Club, 31, '31g Class Clmplniu, ,321 Nluun tain Miasionary Societyg Kentucky Stale Holxncss Awsoclatxon. .lol-IN T. BANKS, A.B. numonua, Kmvrucxx' .llujor-Religious Education SENIOR CLASS GORDON BARNES, A.B. VVILMORE, KENTUCKY fllzljor-Education ericlea, '27, '28, '29, '31, lNIen's Glee Club, '27, '28, '29, President, '28g French Club, 29, Student Council, '29g George XV:1shingt0n University, '29, '30, '3rg Shakespeare Club, '32, A. S. F. Committse, '52. MARTHA BARNETT, A.B. HARROD, OHIO illajor-Sociology Young VVomen's Homiletical Association, Big Sister Club, '32, SENIOR GLASS WYNAN FLETCHER BEADLE, A.B. U00 Ifioosvx'-'lt Str--ut 1.,xF.x1'E1TE, LOL'ISl.-XX.-X ,ll1flj07'-Fl'CllCll Southwestern Louisiana Institute, Track, '29, '30, '31, '32, Basketball, '29, '50, '31, '52, Baseball, '29, '30, '31, "A" Club, '19, '30, '31, '32, Fleur de Lys Club, '31, '32, German Club, Spanish Club, Student Volunteer Union, President Mountain Missionary Society, '32. MARY BIESECKER, A.B. 52 Columbus Avi-nue DEL.-XXVARE, omo .llnjor-English Syracuse Summer School, '30, Ohio State Summer School, '31, Asbury Choral Union, '31, '32, Spanish Club. SENIOR GLASS , ELSIE BRIGGS, AB. VVILLOVV BRAXCH, INDIANA Illajor-Religious Education Sophidelphia, '28g 'XVomen's Glee Club, 128, '29, French Club, '28, '29, Asbury Choral Union, '31, Mountain Missionary Society. CHESTER BUZZARD, A.B. Speer Avenue PEN ARGYL, PEXSSYLV.-XXI.-X Illajar-Religious Education Orchestra, '30, '31, '32, Men's Glee Club, '3r, F32 N, , ox. I V. SENIOR 'CLASS HAROLD CAMPBELL, A.B. IIT Slllilllull Axwuut- nM"t0N, OHIO Jlujor-Religious Education Ministerial Associationg Iklnuutain Misaionary Sucietyg Liucolng AQbury Choral Vuiun LAUREN R. CARNER, A.B. NYACK, NEW' YORK Jlujor-Philosophy Periclea, '29, '30, '31, '32g Student Volunteer Vnion of Kentucky, '29, '30, '31, President 'gtg Asllurmn Staff, '3og Callfgfzan Stuff, 'gtg Nyack Miefinnury Trcxining Institute. SENIOR CLASS MAUDIE CARRUT1-1, AB. VVILMORE, KENTIQCKY Jlajor-Englislm French Club, '29, Secretary to Dean of Nlen, '29, '51, '32, Big Sister Club, '3z. ELTON W. CLINE, AB. GUIDE ROCK, xEl3RAsK.x flfajor-Cl1c'111ist1'y Friend's University, ,295 Track, '30, ,3I, '32, Baseball, '31, '32, lx1E'I1yS Glee Club, '31, '3 xv... " -.iw SlENll0lR CLASS MABEL COPPOCK, AB. T11 XX'1'1gl1l .Xxw-11110 AI,I.I.XNCE, OHIO .l lrzjor-Spcccl1 It. Vuiuu College, '28, Snphimlelphin, '30, '31, '3:g I.llTI'l1l'j' Stuff. '30, '31, '32g XV1:1ne113 ee Club, '31, 'gzg Germaxu Club, '30, '31g Big Sisler Club, 31,.'.3:g .1.vl1m'if111 Staff, '31, Lollrylan btaff, '3:g blucleut Fllfllltj' Cnmmxrtee, 315 Unit Com1111ttce, '32, RUTH CORBETT, A.B. 3721 A1'f-hwolul .X1'--11u-- AKROX, 01110 .'lIllj0I'1I':llQllSll XVo1nen's Glee Club, '32, SCl'I'CIIl!'j-'lNI'C'2INllI't'l' AANl3lll'f' Choral lvlllllll, '32 wg SENIOR GLASS MARIE CORNELIUS, A.B. DEMOSSVILLE, KEXTIQCKY fllajor-Biological Science French Club, '29, Spanish Club, '29, '30, l3I, '32, Big Sister Club, '31, '32. RACHEL DAVIS, A.B. HIGHLANDS, NORTH CAROLINA fllfljfll'-El1gllSl'l Philomathia, '24, Asbury Summer School, '26-'29, Taught School, '25-'31, Shakespeare Club, '32. g,,r 'J 5:.2"L-v' ' 2. 3' SlENlI0lR CLASS T. CLARKE DAVIS, A.B. LA RUE, 017110 Jlnjor-HlSt01'y Band, '28, Ciceroniag Ministerial Association, Class Chaplain, '31, A. S. F., '31, Editor Collfgiarz, '3z. GENELLE ALICE DAY, A.B. YVESTFIELD, IXDIAXA Jlnjnr-Ifnglisll Mountain Missionary Society, '30, '31, '31g Young XVomen'Q Homiletical Association, '30 '31, 'gzg Afhury Choral Vninn, '31, Big Sister Club, '32, SENIOR CLASS ' FRED DERUITER, A.B. 1 Sixty-:-2cx'cIItl1 Strem-t, HARVEY, ILLINOIS 1'lIIljUI'-HlStOl'5' Synetlriag Mountain Missionary Society. EDWARD ERNY, A.B. 5709 Midway Park CHICAGO, lLLIXOlS X Ilfajor-Philosophy German Clubg Men's Glee Club, '29 '30, '31, Trackg Intercollegiate Debate Scuad ' o I l , 3 '31, '32, Henry Clay, Basketball, Baseball, Synedria, '29, '30, Collvgiznz Staff, '3og Stu dent Factulty Committee, '31, Athletic Council, 'gxg Artist Series, '32, SENIOR GLASS HOWARD FOWLER, A.B. CR.-XIYFORIISVILLE, INDIAN.-X iIlnjnr-Biological Science XVabash Collegeg Ministerial Association, '32 JOHN ROBERT GILLESPIE, A.B. ST. ALBANS, VVEST VIRGINIA fllajor-Speech Collfgian Stuff, '32g YVinner Triangular Or:1toric:iI Contest, '31 SIENJIOR GLASS LENORE A. GRANT, AB. VERMILLION, OHIO Illfzjor-Biological Science Lucy Stoneg Student Volunteerg Big Sister Clubg Collfyimz Staff, '3 NOBLE GRAY, A.B. WILMORE, KENTUCKY Hlajor-Psychology , I o X SIENEIUR CLASS MRS. GLADYS MILLARD GREATHOUSE, A.B. u'rLx1mui, xnSx'1'L'cxx' J Illjfzl'-SITCCCII JESSE S. GREENE, AB. C.xMPufaLLSl3L'RG, xEx'rL'cKY JlajoraPhilosophy Ciceronia, '30, '31 322 A. S. F., '3og .lslfurian Staff, 'go '323 Cnllugian Staff im! SENIOR CLASS CLARE S. PIALL, A.B. VVILXVIORE, KENTUCKY rllajor- Philosophy Henry Clayg .llsburian SALUNIA HILL, A.B. 42 Champlain Street ROUSE5 POINT, NEVV YORK fllajor-French Basketball, 729, y3I, '32, French Club, y29, '30, '31, ,32Q Staff, '32, Ministerial Association, Emory University German Club, '32. . -1 SENIOR GLASS RUTH I-IILLIS, A 11lT Myst Tnvxny-fifth .B. Sfl"'m'I OKI..-UIOBIA CITY, OKLJUIOMA lllajor-Spzlnislt Spanish Club, President, '16, '30, Philomnthln, '17, '18, qlflfzzrian Stnllf, .292 Intern. lc-ginte Debate Squad, 'ZQQ Stumlt-nt Vnluntver Vninn, '27, '19, '31, '33, Ret-unling Sem? tary '29, German Club, Prewillent, '13, Intercullcgialtt- liway Contest, '28, ! THEKLA HOFFMAN, R.N.A., A.B. SACUIN, TEXAS Allzzjm'-Science Young YVnmen's Homileticnl Associutinng Big Sistc r Club Student Volunteer Union J 1 EX' LIBRIS "- '53 A .'r'.Y 5Sf. J.,-A SENIOR CLASS RUTH HUNT, A.B. 225120 XYolc-wrt Ave-nuu ASTORI.-X, LONG ISLAND fllnjor-Social Science Baaketball, l3O, '31, '32g German Club, '31, '32, 1151111111111 Staff, '31, Spanish Clnbg Latin Club. MARION Z. JENKINS, A.B. BETIIESDA, OHIO l1IIljOI'-EllgllSl'l Muskingum Collegeg Orchestra, '29, '30, '31g Young VVomen's Homiletical Association '31, '32g XYOmen's Glee Club, '32, Big Sister Clubg Asbury Choral Vnion. SJENJIOR GLASS I FRANK JOHNSON, A.B. EGLON, YVEST VIRGINIA fllzzjor-Plmilosophy Potomac College, '2Sg Ministerial Association, '29, '30 '32. GLENN JONES, A.B. sAL1x, PENNSYLVANIA Illnjrn'--Englisl'1 Baseball, 329, '30, '31, '3zg Periclea, '31, l32: French Club, '29, '30, "A" Clubg Synedria, 7 29, 730, 31, 32, President, 3:3 Basketball, '32, SENIOR GLASS FRANK M. KESSLER, A.B. nr"1,v -, ...Nb hart Fllwt btluet YVICHITA, KANSAS lllujor-l"1'ench enry Clay, '29, '30, '31, '32, Band, '31, '32, Concert Meister Orchestra, '29, '30, '31, '32 ivnerlria, '30, '31, 32, Asbury String.: Trio, 30, '31, '32, Asbury String Quartet, '31 slzurmn Staff, '29, Frencli Club, '29, '3o,'31, '32, Spanish Club, '31, '32, Italian Club, '31 RGSALYN KING 303 North XV:1lnut Stn--t WYILMORE, KbX'I'L'CKY fllajor-Speech and Biological Science Spanish Club, Art Club, Vl'omen's Glee Club, Basketball. List? N l SlENllOlR CLASS CLAUDE KINSLEY, A.B. LAS .ixm,xs, cor,oRAno ,llzzjof-Rcligioiis Ednczitimi NINA WARD LANG, A.B. PEARSOX, GEORGIA illnjor-Biological Science ilnmathiag Basketball, '29, '30, '31, '32, Athletic Crinncil Secretaryg Tennis, '29, '30, I, '32, Track, '3ig Vice-President Class, '32, Secretary Artist Series, '32, Big Sister Club, French Clubg lN'Iount:1in Miwiunnry Society. SJENJIUR CLASS LEWIS G. LANKFORD, A.B. SHAVVNIUT, ALABAMA Zllajor-Philosophy Ministerial Association, T. D. LARKINS, A.B. CLINTON, NORTH CAROLINA Illajor-Religious Education Synedria, '29, '30, '313 Spanish Clubg Art Club, J29, '30 SENIOR GLASS DWIGHT LAWSON, A.B. IJEERI IELD, MICHICXX -llfzjor-Spaxiisli Spanish Club, '29, '30, '31 323 Periclc-3, '29, '30, Men! Glee Club, '31, '32, Afbuq Choral Union, '31. PRICE LEACH, A.B. 1513 XV1-st Tenth St1'o.3-t PLAIXYIEXY, TEXXS Jlfzjoz'-Biological Science Student Volunteer Union, '31, '32g Pre-Medical Club, '31, '32, Mountain Missionary Su- ciety, '31, '32, French Club, '32, Texas Teachers College. SENIOR GLASS BENJAMIN R. LEWIS, A.B. NEVV IWATAMOR.-XS, OHIO llifajor-Biological Science Basketball, '30, '51, '32, German Club, Track, '30, '31, Ciceroniag Synedria LOUISE LIFSEY, A.B. FORT VALLEY, GEORGIA fllzzjor-Home Economics Certiiicate in Dietetics, Piedmont Hospital, '5og Big Sister, '31. Syneclria, '3o: German Association, '31, 'gzg Studunt Volunteer l'nion of Kentucky, '31 French Clu SENIOR GLASS GEORGE S. LIGHTNER, III, A.B. QUEEN AXXE, M.XRYLAND Jlajor-Philosoplmy Club, 'gog Advertifing Manager Collfgian, '31g Philmophical D g Business Manager :IJ- bunan, ,321 Perlclea, '30, '31, '32, GLADYS LOFTIN, A.B. CATfUY.'KB:X, NORTH CAROLINA Jlajor-Biological Scnence b, '23, '29, Lenoir-Rhyne Summer School, '29, '30, '31. SENIUR CLASS SUE C. LOVELACE, A.B. VVIXTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Jlajor-Philosophy Philomathiag Class Secretary, i305 Student Faculty Council, 'gxg Collrgian Staff, '32 Artist Series, 'gzg Spanish Club, '32, Philosophical Association. W. CARMAN LUCAS, A.B. KNAPP, wxscoxsm Illzzjor-History Moody Bible Institute-g VVisconsin Teaching College, '25, '28g University of Iowa, '30 Ministerial Association, '32g Mountain Missionary Society, 332, Men's Glee Club, 132 Wilsonia, '32. QL... SIENIICOR CLASS EVELYN MARKHANI, A.B., B.MUs. VYILMORE, KEXTPCKY Jlnjm--Biological Science ESTHER MOE? AB. 213 Coll-Ago Avanti.: wiLMoRs, xEx'rL'cKx' fllajor-Biological Science Student Volunteer Vniong Asbury Choral Vninng Big Sister Club Institute. Chicago Evangelistic Allen County Public Library 900 Webster Street PO Box 2270 Fort Wayne, IN 46801-2270 ccwhen at first I tools my pen in l1-and, Thus for to Write, I did not understand, Thar I, at all, should make a little book." - COPYRIGHT, 1932 - JAMES W. BLITCH, Editor-in-Chief n GEORGE S. LIGHTNER III, Business Manager SENIOR CLASS F. COOPER NACE, A.B. G23 Lake View Drivi- Comixcswooo. NEVV JERSEY illfzjor-Philosophy Orchestra, '29, Ciceronia, '30, '31, 'gzq .Jsburian Staff, '31g Business Manager Callfgian '32, Senior Gift Committee. G. RUSSELL NACHTRIEB, A.B. 246 North Clifton Avenue wicuir.-1, KANSAS flilajm--Philosophy Men's Glee Club, '31, 'gzg Student Volunteer Ynion, '31, '32, Philosophical Association 73I, '32, VVilsonia, 'gzg Spanish Club, '31, 'gzg Asbury Choral Union, '31, '32, SENHUR CLASS HAROLD D. NEEL, AB. T212 North XYAl9lllI1LLl'lll Stwwt XYliI.I,ING'l'OY, KANSAS JInjnr-Pl1ilumpl1y lC6I'l'llllIl, '29, '30, '31, '32, Mc11's Cilee Club, '29, '30, '31, '32, Spnuifll Club, '29 allryiun Stall, '30, .lsburifzn Staff, '31, 'l'1':1c'la, '29, '30, "1, '32, liasketlmll, '50, "1 "2 J J Y .7 -Xsbury Choral l'l1llll1, '31, '32, lreasurer A. S. F. l'u1n1111ttcc, Suumr Class P1'emlcut "A Club, 32. ELMER E. OVERMYER: AB. LIXUSEY, OHIO zllrzjor- Philosophy iccronin, Class Treasurer, '30, Claw President, '51, Frnlmmnu SIJUIISUT, '32, Basketball 30, '32, Intercollegiate Debate Squzul, Debate CU1ll'll, '32, Ministerial Afwciutinn, Phil owpllical iXN5llCliIIl0!l. SENIOR CLASS GRACE PARKER, A.B., 104 Bethol Avenug B.MUs VVILMORE, KENTUCKY flffljor-English Latin Club, '28, Asbury Choral Union, '31, '32, Big Sister Club 3 3 Shalxesperire Club, '32. EVELYN PELL, A.B. PILOT MOUNTAIN, NORTH CAROLINX ll-Iajor-French Philomathiag Greensboro College, '29, Basketballg Athletic Council A Club Fleur cle Lys Clubg Class Vice-President, '31, Big Sister Clubg Colligzan btalf 31 Freshman Sponsor, '32, Q3 E. , .Q 2 ,,, QI ,' ..ff'lxi,.fJ- 4 :Q A 'H' V ' W' : fl - ' f L -, ' -M, R L Q 3-rr, .1 ,yijii at -f 1 V ., fm, Q, S ,K , . R V V. Q R Wh. Nl F V xg:-z '.-Av x Rig a 8' 1 5 SENIOR CLASS FRED PI-IILLIPS, A.B. TRIXXYAY, OHIO Illajor-Physical Sciences Henry Clay, '29, '30, '-QI, '32, Track, '29, CLIFFORD I-I. PRATOR, A.B. 115 AIIIII-I'smI Am-Ilurg rom' vALLIaI', ouokma ,llfzjor-Freiicli Periclea, A. S. F., '30, Collegian Staff, '30, Synedria, Sflliiflll-Filflllij' Cnmmittee, '30, Editor .451lll!'i!17l, '31, Chemistry Lalmratory Inxtructor, '51, Instrurtur French, '32, French Club, Senior Gift Committee, Orchestra, '29, '30, Orepheus Chorus, '29, Men's Glee Cluh, '30, '31, Choral Cnion, '31, Spanish Club, Italian Club, Intercollegiate Dehate Squad, '30. SENIOR CLASS HELENA RABENSTEIN, A.B. 1005 Occidvntal Drive REDLANDS, C.-XLIFORXI.-X fllajor-Foods and Nutrition Cornell University, '29, German Club, '31, '32, Pre-Medical Club, '31, '32, Student Vol- unteer Vnion, '31, '32, Big Sister Club, '32, Vniversity of Kentucky, '31. FRANCES E. RICE, A.B. 47 East Main Street R1PLty, NEW YORK illajor-Latin Sophidelphia, '30, 73I, '32, Sodales, '30, l31g VVomen's Glee Club, '31, '32, Big Sister Club ,3I, '32, French Club, '31, Art Club, '32, Collegian Stalf, '32, Basketball, '32.. 'T SENHUR CLASS Lois RITTER, A.B. llRIS'lflI., l'l1l'HRlll,X ,llfzjffr-Iinglislm Mountain Misxionary Society '29, '30, '31, '521 XVmncn'4 Liles Club, Stall, '30, '51, '32, Young XVn111en's Hnmileticzll Assncintion, 31, '32, Big Si-ter Clulw, '31, '32, French Club, '32 MILDRED O. ROBERTS, A.B. 11805 Elm Axwfxiixp CLEVELAND, OHIO .llujnr-Social Science Philomathiag Student Council, 'gog .1,rluu'iun Stull, '31, Fleur ale 1.1 Senior Hifi Cnuixiiirree. '29, 31, 32QI.ll1l'ilFX Class Chnplzlin, '50 5 C'lul1g Bzlsketba A. 'S af' nion College, '29, '30, Kentucky VVeslcynn SENIOR CLASS DONNA ROBINSON, A.B. 111 East Sixth Stlwvt NEWPORT, Ksxwcin' fllfzjar-Latin University of Kentucky, '30, Sodales, Spanish Club, Y3I, 'gzg Big Sister Club, Y32. '31g French Club, y3I, ' LESLIE M. ROGERS, AB. 67 Ril21lll1OUfl :KVOIIUU MT. STERLING, KENTUCKY .7lfIajor--Religious Education College, '28, Ministerial Association, ' porter, '3o. 29, '30, '31, Collzgian Re 1 Z SENIOR CLASS EWING F. Ross, A.B. ILD.. No. I1 CIRCLEVILLE, orno fllfljm'-G1'Cek and Latin THOMAS EARL SCOTT, A.B. 2731 Ave-nuw E FT. VVORTH, TEXAS D Jlzzjor-Biological Science Student Volunteer Union, '30, '32, Cabinet, '31, '3" bp nnish Club S5 muh ing - , , . riclea, 29, 30, 31, -g Collryimz Staff. '3.zg SENIOR CLASS PAUL SHAW, A.B. L57 XY-fst I-loin.--out Aw-into BARBERTOX, oino J Injor-Physical Science Lincoln: Spanish Clubg Mountain Missionary Society. JACK D. SHEPARD, AB. 315 Church Street Four VALLEY, GEORGIA fllajor-Education dent Epworth League, '32, 325 Srnedria, ,2,9, '30, '31, '32, French Artist SCTICS Committee, '32, Asbury Club, '29, .Jsburian Staff, Choral Union, '32, Presi- ,f ,C 2 or .3 'El 1 SIENIIUR CLASS GORDON H. STANTON, AB. 14112 Hr:-so-4 Ptxsixlvrgm, C,XI,IPORXI.fK J IIlj0l'-- Philosophy MACK B. STOKES, A.B. SEOUL, KOREA J1I1j0I'ic?l'13Ck Orchestra, ,29, 'gog Band, '3x1 Student Volunteer Vniong .'I51IIIl'ilIll Stuff, '31g Collfgzian Staff, '3xg A. S. F., '31, 'gzg Pc-ricleag Senior Gift Committeeg Busketlmll, '31, '32g Tennis Champion, '5I. ,,.- 1--,, ,.,, . lzflvfl ,z 4.291 en saicl Evangelist pointing . . . Keep that light in your eye and go up directly theret AS B URIA NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY TWO Published by the Junior Class A S BURY C OLLEGE WILMORE, KENTUCKY SlENlI0ll?, GLASS KOICHI TAKEDA, A.B. 177 Yalm Cll0 Kose, JAPAN Illrzjor-Philosophy Ministerial Association, '30, '31, '32, Philosophical Association, '31, '32, Student Volunteer, '30, '31, '32, Classical Club, '31, '32g Foreign Student Club, '30, '31, '32, CLAUDE THOMPSON, A.B. BETHLEHEM, MARYLAND Ilfajor-Philosophy Cicernniag Class Treasurer, '29, Baseball, '39, Class President, '30, A. S. F., '31, '32, Class Chaplain, '32, Business Manager ffJ'IIul'1CZ7l, '31g Business Manager Artist Series, '32. SIENJICOR CLASS MARGARET THOMPSON, A.B. 100 Betha-l Avenuu WILMORE, KENTUCKY fllajor-History Spanish Club, '29, '3Og Asbury Choral Union, '30, v32Q Shakespeare Cluh AGNES BELLE TOWN, A.B. 203 South Jefferson Avenue DENISON, IOWA xllajor-English I ll SENIOR CLASS STANLEY TRICKETT, A.B. CANTON, PENNSYLVANIA fllzzjor-HiSt01'y Basketball, '29, '30, '31, '32, Baseball, '29, '30, '31, '32, Synedria, '31, '32, Vice-President, '32, Pre-Medical Club, Philosophical Association. Avis RACHEL TURNER, A.B. RUSSIAVILLE, INDIANA lllrzjor-English Mountain Missionary Society, '31, '32, Student Volunteer Union, '31, '32, Young VVomen's Homiletical Association, '31, '32, Asbury Choral Union, '31, '32, Big Sister Club, '3z. SENHCOR CLASS MRS. WALDEN TYSINGER, A.B. LEXIXCTOX, Xflklil CXRfWI.IX,X .llrzjor-Ifl1gIisl1 uwhington, D. C., '26-'27: A. S. F. Committee: Homme, N. C., '27-'12 I 'XI I arrogure, Tenn., '29, .301 x'I'ilIHLf YVrunen'f Ilomileticzll .Xwvcintil CAROL VANDERSALL, A.B. Ixwnrnw, nmo J lfzjor- H mm' Ifconomics X. hw 'C . galwfft SENIOR CLASS MRS. HARRY W. WEBSTER, A.B. 2121 South Suttr-r Street STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA fllajor-Social Science Basketball, '30, '31, Spanish Club, '30, '31, Women's Glee Club, '31, '32, Class Secre tary, '3I. CLYDE R. WENDELL, A.B. S39 Davids Street MARION, OHIO Illajor-Philosophy Ministerial Association, '29, '30, '3x, '32, Ciceroniag Class Chaplain., '30g A. S, F., '31, '32, Athletic Council, '31, Student Faculty Committee, '32, Mountain Missionary Society Philosophical Association, President Student Body, '32. FRE Rnd SlENlIOlEl CCLASS I-I. GILBERT WILLIAMS, A.B. ZLZZIQ XYIllIIw Slim.-I Iurzthxxcn, xmv J missy IlIf1jf,r- Philosoplty er College, '29, '30, Bzxskctlwzxll, '31, '521 Baseball, '31, '32, Ministerial Assorintion, '31, J g Student Volunteer l'uion, '3Ig Philrvfophiczil Association, '31, '32, Treasurer Atliletic X I S50l'l1lfl0ll, '323 XVilsonia. LACY LEE WINSTON, A.B. 211 HI-nipurt Ax'--uuv XYFIZSTFR CROVES, lVllSS0l'Rl J lnjnr- Philosophy cy Stone, '29, '30, '3x, '3Q:.Cnl!I'g1izIz1 Staff, 'gag Intercollegiqtel Dflllllfl Squarl, '29, 'gog Student Volunteer lnmn nt kentucky, 30, 313 Nyack rlfllllllllg Institute, '32, SENIOR GLASS IRMA B. WOLFE, R.N., A.B. ORTONVILLE, MICHIGAN Jllajor-Spanish Basketball, '31, Student Volunteer Fnion, '31, '32, Spanish Club, '31, '32, Big Sister Club, '32. ORRELL YORK, A.B. 571 Fernwood Drive AKRON, oH1o lllzzjor-Social Science Houghton College, '29, Orchestra, '30, MCH'S Glee Club, '30, '31, '32, Synedriag College Quartet, '30, '31, '32g Track, '30, '31g Basketballg .-lsburiazz Stalif, '31, Collfgian Staff, '32, Henry Clayg Artist Series Committee, '32. 1 1.47. My ,L THE AS B U R 1 AN 1932 L AIORELLE XVELLS Prefidnzl Juni or 'Class Offi ccrs Rum V. Coon l,iCf'-l'fe'5f.i1'lII 1 CLARK Sums r Trfasnru ESTIIER Amos RONALD J. Sxum Snwlfzry Cfmplaizz O 'I 3ff.l,',fQ4 51, ,fi , A f x 3 T - il if 29 'N WT 1, T H E SBURIAN 1932 551361 K ' , fd X 'UCP' 'K-XZ 'fix C!! 'UL 821 10 El'- K 72 XAXIILX Q:'WH'f,7 , 2 U 9:1 J lll1IIl1I01I' Class -I Essl E ABBOTT CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ROBERT AKUTAGAWA 1771 Wes: Thai-ty-nfrh Place LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA NIILDRED ALEXANDER 105 Pearl Street LANCESTER, PENNSYLVANIA IVIABLE ALLEN 205 North Vvalnut Street WILMORE, KENTUCKY ESTHER AMOS 2192 Bellfreld Road CLEVELAND, OHIO LUCILLE ANISTUTZ 312 East Oak Street ORRVILLE, omo ALEJANDRO ANCHETA 396 North Main Street HARRODSBURG, KENTUCKY OLGA AXVRAMOVA SOFIA, BULGARIA VIRGINIA BAKER 36-19 Thirty-iifth Street MOUNT RANIER, MARYLAND 4 'f ' N ft-jim --ff 'nit-JZHERQ 4 I ,,- ,Q, , 1' 4' . ,f' X 2 lc f fp f - f 5 1 Ef , , f Ii I' ASB RIA 1932 V 'g . ,,.,,. Junior Cllalss A LDA I3 EA M .Ex N TROY, NORTII CAROLINA Im. HELEN BELLE Smith Ballard Stn-I-t RICHMOND, KI-INTIICKY CLARA BINGHAAI KEN' MILFORD, OHIO JAMES BLITCH 2250 PL-url Str-'vt j.-IC KSONVILLE, FLORIDA I'I.-XROLD BUND XORTH FAIRFIELD, OHIO ROBERT D. BQWAL-xx TOMPKIXSVILLE, KE XTUCKY EVELYN BRENN 502 First E ST. 101-xx, KL-xxsas ELNICE BLRGESS 5014 Rav-'mm Str.,-et CINCINNATI, OHIO GER.ALD CARNER Amraota City BERAR C. P., INDIA 73 If life X Q 221 o 5 X O V I -qw., 'ks-f".' M- ,--MS.-.,., S g, -L Q S -lfx A Q A - X A X- 4 THE ASBURIAN 1932 ,?uL,., A ,Da ,. ,0 ,.. - ,, ,DCE KX-E L. ,f . ,B ,., ,K ,., ,.,. .,. ,N ,z,Cg,A, ml, 74 xxbmyl ly! QW, + 0 2 , I 5 ,, Junior Class RUTH V. COOK Court PII'I.-1- XICIIOLASVILLE, KEN'l'L'CKY HLGHIE L. CRAIN CLAYTON, OKLAHOMA ELLIS IDAVIS II. II. NO, 1 MILL SHOA LS, ILLINOIS XVICIQREY IJULGHERTY B-an Lomond .AY1-'IHIQ AZUSA, CALIFORNIA DOROTHY DL'NKELRERGER SEDGVVICK, KANSAS JOE EDXYARDS XICHOLASVILLE, KENTUCKY ISABELLE F12I.m3R ST. GEORGE, SOUTH CAROLINA CHARLES D. FERGESON CROXYELL, TEXAS IQENNETH C. FRASER 11227 Bvx-gen Street BROOKLYN, NEVV YORK 4 Y 1- fC 42? f U v H 4 THE AS B RIA 1932 ,,.,,.,,.,, :,, ,.,,.,,-.,.-,,- :.1 Junior Class FR.-XNCIES FL'I.LlZNXYIlDFR 311 .I.-:mis-m Sl:--wx CRAXYFDRDSYII LIZ, IYIDLXNX MARY f3UODXYIN will 1'ul'ng-' Avmlu, S,XI.liM, YIRCHYIX FRA NC ES GR,xxR12RRx' XYESSOX, MISSISSIPPI RuR15RT QERITITN Ss Vilull An-lulv XYIXCIIIESTER, KliY'l'l'CKY .IANIIE H.xx1x1.xcK SPRIXGERTOX, ILLINOIS H.-xzm. HANLIN IC. Il. NH. 9 POR'I l,.X XD, INDIAYX Tmm.-xs HARRIS lllll' Ififlh OAKMONT, PEXX5Yl.V.'XXI.-X EL1z.xm2TH HURT MIIUXX, TENNESSEE CJR.-KCI? E. jonxsux SETI! Park .Xu-nllu MINXEAPOLIS, MIXXESOT.-X 75 sN.?.'fff, Y 3 ff, I 4 , QR hifi? ,L ' , L Y E gi X '4fL ,II A B .X-N x - N W . 'X Af I. LV I I 1 'Th an . yen FN" A' -: , 4-'bf' V X H ,vc A , R i L. ' "f ,, , I Il ... . - THE ASB RIA 1 932 I..:..L 1. .I .,, .- I, I, :5 ,z 52f11 --J-l-?1-Wim , 0 W '-. f- -- AB ,. nav 11 :.:-:.-- -.- - 1' ---11.1 -.- , . xx gf- xx-za xx xx -1: 1- Arn r 76 XAIIIAX Q eX""', 9 2 cb 4 1, f 'fvfxxx -11 -Jiihfi,-2 Junior Qllass VIVIAN JOHNSON NEVV ALBANY, PENNSYLVANIA EMILY JONES R. R, No. 3 VVESTERVILLE, OHIO VVOOLARD R. LANG PEARSON, GEORGIA AUSTIN IYICCOIG R. R. NO, 2 VVHITE PINE, TENNESSEE ESTH ER MILLER SHELBY, OHIO IXIARY LOUISE MOORE 1410 High Street DENVER, COLORADO IVIORGAN GRACE 'I94 Hondersouville Road ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA RUTH OSBORNE ZELLVVOOD, FLORIDA THOMAS PETTY 302 Johnson Street CLINTON, NORTH CAROLINA A Y x ..- ,Z T E ASB RIA 1932 Junior Class ALICE R.-XNSUNI S01 East Fifth .-Xu-nu4- MITCHELI., SOUTH ll.XKO'l'.X ,AUIDRIZY RICE 2325 Iinstun A x'--nuv MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA .IIRINIIE ROBERTS 315135 Sulfinu Stn-vt LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA IAQCIA RUCKAIAN L.-XRUE, omo IVA LTER SCARBRO you BLTCKLIN, KANSAS IXIILDRED SCOTT T25 Purrv QI r--I-l SA ND-IQSKY, OHIO AI.-RRY SHIEARIZR 528 I"l'anklin Sum-t FREEPORT, PENNSYLVANIA CI..-KRICE SHUCKLLY I II Muplm' Str:-ct J EFFERSONVILLE, OHIO CLARK SH REVE DAM.-XSCKQS, OHIO F 7 7 Qwifff 4 f x N adlifk ggi! -1 Qigfr Sw-TQ THE ASEURIA 1932 QW?" Y r , an l Junior Qllalss IRENE SLATER R. D. NO. 1 IOWANDA, PENNSYLVANIA RONALD J. SMITH 1023 XVilsOn Av--nue STEUBEXVILLE, OHIO CRISSTIN E STANSB LRY VVESSON, MISSISSIPPI FOREST STRONG H U NTSB URC, OHIO M ELVI N SWAN N EASTON, MARYLAND RAYMOND E. SXWINEHART BOVVERSTON, OHIO AGNES IYIAY TAYLOR. R.N. 175-1 XVashEngtOn Buulevarfl CI-IICACO, ILLINOIS RACH EL TAYLOR ROYSTON, GEORGIA 95: , - v ' f ,JE , , -s 2 1 If f ' 1 5 2 I, -A FRANCIS S. VVHITE 6129 Stafford Avenue HUNTINGTON PARK, CALIFORNIA LEONARD VVLIRTZ PIGEON, MICHIGAN 78 XXx'I1f,f, Q S0 "nz y 4 0,7 c 5 fgjixvk --H f:7s,:fJ9f1Ewe 0 T ffl "X 171 THE AS BU RIAN 1932 J o A 3 'Q 1. jk -v "Zi "11'-11'-3Z'11Z'1T1'lI"Iiii'-'1'I'2. '1".I.'II1 111.'.1".1Lll1l'111'.3l'-IY'-1.9-3,0lC"l1lO1 RALs1'0x C. Smm Pfushlrzzl Sophomore fC1oss Uffiocers VIRGINIA Wxxsmx Fmxx B. S'1.xxuH: I'1w-Pnsidnzl Trl-asuru' 1701415 XYARNILK K.'XKI, .lL's1L': Sn'l'ulary Cllllfifllfll U29 79 1 1, 'f Xx Ill , Q I x fvl X f xx . ll I 5 sf Qi I .29 S 3 L - I f T THE ASBU RIA 1932 .,. .,. :.,.,:-, -.- V.--F -.- -.,.,.: -.,-,.,- Z., Z., ,.1-,., ,.1.,, 3... .,-:.- - - 80 XXI Il!! f Q ox.-.,,llf7 Iii. SOpIh1OmcO1r'O Class ROBERT ACELAR VVATSONVILLE, CALIFORNIA BARLETTA ACTON EUBANK, o HIO CHARLES ALBRIGHT PAUL ALLEN VVILMORE, KENTUCK COLUMBIA NA, OHIO Y IYIAGDALENE AMSTUTZ WYANDOTTE, MICHIGAN IVIARGARET BALD OAKMONT, PENNSYLVANIA GLENNA BALTZELL PLYMOUTH, OHIO CLIFFORD BARNES WILIVIORE, KENTUCKY IDALLAS BEACHLEY HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA IMIERLIN BISHOP VVILMORE, KENTUCKY HORACE BOLICK CONNELLY SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA J. LOREN B DIVIDING IRVING BRANDT NORVVAY, MICHIGAN RADWAY CREEK, NEW JERSEY ROBERT BROWN GE'I'I'YSBURC, OHIO BERNICE BURGESS CINCINNATI, OHIO OLI 21, X Q ,gig 255-E RUTH BROWN AKRON, OHIO N BURKHOLDER WILMORE, KENTUCKY 4 Y ,' ' f- 4 I III ff THE AS I3 RIA 1932 ,fe Sophomorc CIIQISS MRS. CHESTER BL'zz.,xRIn PEN ARGYL, PENNSYLVANIA GEORGE CHRISTIAN 1, ELNIIRA, NEW' YORK 5' ESTHER BI,-IE CLARK VERNON, ALABAMA .IOHN CLARK CH.-XRLO'I'I'E, NORTH CAROLINA IJORIS RL'TH COLE SIENYU, FUKIIIN, CHINA H,xROI,O COIIIIAGE RRESS, 'I'Ex.-Is IRA E. CRLAI , ,, LEXINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA G. EOw,xRIJ DAX'IS BELL CALIFORNIA ' , eq LOIQIS DENNIS MARCUS IIOOK, PENNSYLVANIA , -S' RLTH ESTHER IJUNN ALLIANCE, OHIO MRS, AIARTHA IJLRNELL FERNDALE, MICHIGAN JOYCE EARIA' OXFORD, NORTH CAROLINA .IOSEPHINE ELLWOOO BALTIMORE, MARYLAND LOUISE ELVIIJGE CHAMPLAIN, NEW' YORK S. HOUSTON EVANS VVATERVLIET, NEIV YORK CHANDLER FELDER ST. GEORGE, SOUTH CAROLINA CAMERON FERRELL NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 81 Rfb? 2 f 5 .-, VAQIZIEE' 1 L V Y Q - Q EP Ep N XM x ' 'NT ffm THE ASBU RIAN 1932 x-u Sophomore Cllalss EDITH FLEMING ASHLAND, KENTUCKY IIIILTON FLEAIING ASHLAND, KENTUCKY DONALD FONTAINE DENVER, COLORADO ELIZAII ETH CILASSON XVILMORE, KENTUCKY CORN ELIL'S HIAGER NICHOLASVILLE, KENTUCKY LESTER C. I'I.-KRBOLD BIRDS RUN, OHIO VEIAIA HILL X L. " EAST BANGOR, PENNSYLVANIA A ,ggi 'Q VVILLIAM F. HILI. F 3 IIEFIANCE, OHIO XYNA AKRON, OHIO RONALD HELL QIACK I-IL'LL SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA G ERA LIII N E H L' NTINGTON ex N 'ff-. v 'J fr I AW I HK' I X? XXXX I X N N Q' I Y N ,.-4.1.12 ' ' XX my DN ' X Q X N AX I X , ,. LANSING, MICHIGAN N A I . I'IOXVARD NIEWELL 250 Q' VVILMORE, KEN'I'LvCKY -- 'K MRS. IXATHARINE LIEWELL X' -A WILMORE, KEN'I'UcKY . ,JAN ' ALFRED L. JONES A DESOTO, MISSISSIPPI -I. IVIELVIN JONES MEMPHIS, TEXAS LAVINIA .IOYNER BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 1 XO X KARL jUsTL's BRIDGEPORT, OHIO 82 NXAI Ilffff Q S,.W,,f 7 4 Iv ., 'I fx ff 2 . 5g?N Id' urx 0171-V5 Al I ,, .. Y J.. K Q V, fi 7 I X Z if is if , 'Q THE AS B RIA 1932 I -1.1-3-,.:-:.T-,,-,.1-,.1-,.1- :.: S-ophom orc films C.-I NTON, I'IfNNSYI,I'.N NIA I-1vE1.x'x Hum' BATII, NORTH CAROIJNX I,l,m'n INRIYHIIIIZI. DF'I'R0lI', XIICIIICXN 4 V r IIIZR,-XLUIXE L.-XCEX' FOUNTAIN CITY, INDIANA III.-XRIUN L.-um T01.Enn, OHIO N.-INNIE Lxwsux LAIYSON, KENTICKI SISRGIIQS LEAQH KINGS MOL'N'I'.-IIN, KENTIQCKY KI.,xR1,xx LFIJIXIN CLAY'l'0N, NEIY JERSEY RL'ssE1.L LEE PEORIA, ILLINOIS RL TH ELLA Lummx XV,-XRREN, ARIZONA N EI.I.IlZ Mxsux IKHISIIINC ION, ll. C. RAY BIASSER BRIDGEPORT, OHIO IVALTER N. IIIARTIN BRADFORD, OIIIO NAFTEL MAY IVILNIORIS, KENTLCKY HAYDEN BICAEEE IYILMORE, KIENTI CK! RUBERT McD.xx1E1.s MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE IIIARY LUWIZN IXICI..-IRTY DOUCL.-XSYILI.E, GEORGIA Ss XXI Il!! f Q :Ox-Hffzf? ,E 2, .ISSN f f If fr st. , "-i- , L km Q gi, 1--1-M-.rf i-Q I ' .W IEW I H mifizq- ,. U., ,wi ' r ,,,,s,..ei, ii DE S 'Q X jg" . A i . sf fig Xxgte-4 l 1 fl, ,,-5-,VJ 1 -.-- Z,,pwu.,,w-QK- "Christian before the cross loses his burclenf, As a tolien of our sincere appreciation, we cleciicate this volume of the Ashurian to MR. W. W. CARY who has so unselyqshly given his time and his effort to Asbury College. DICATIO S 5 A Tl 5' OX.. ,RE 3 :QQ ,Q XX ' X Q fl, I, T H E A S R U R I AN 19 3 2 .2221 A ' ,, V' Sophomore Glass DOROTHY IXIERRILL BINGHAMPTON, NEVV YORK AL'IJREX' IYIILLER , CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OHIO I VVILLIARI NIILLER ,N , MINGO JUNCTION, OHIO A, 'T 'A MRs. D. L. IXIOORE NR J- NORFOLK, VIRGINIA R X IVI - I ARRL INIORGAN RUSSELL, KENTUCKY RUSSELL IVIORGAN P MIAMI, FLORIDA . , CIERALDINE PARKER h- EL PASO, TEXAS I ANNE E. PARRISH R FOUNTAIN CITY, INDIANA ESTELLA PATRICK MAUMEE, OHIO 7 , V IXIARGARET PATTERSON ' ROYAL OAR, MICHIGAN K s. 15 - , - IYIARY ELMA PELT - AMSTERDAM, OHIO 1- QR? 5, .Z Y CE.. S P Y . ,Qu I ,A , A ARAH ETTY E' f N 53. X CLINTON, NORTH CAROLINA f I RAYMOND PITTRIAN 'Q' 35 ,, sTREATOR, ILLINOIS I G PAUL lx. POTTER ,.."" ff A ' ALDEN, KANSAS R S, . A NVINIFRED POWELL Y' EREsNo, OHIO V' A.-'ff ,IAAIES G. R.-XNCK I HOLLYVVOOD, CALIFORNIA ROBERT C. RANCK Y' CENTERVILLE, INDIANA af, 1 EDWIN REEVES PACIFIC PALISADES, CALIFORNIA 84 NNW! Q .-"' "f, Q 4 f, , 5 f ij -Ax F ... .,:s.4le,,:.-:Z A v.-ann:-.za--nw :A-'Q'-'Q'-'Q 0 Q Q Q Q Q .Q Y . .o.-.n.-.QA o.f.c.-.cz-go.-no 1-za:-zu:-'f I .,, 'Zz 93 1 14, 1 I.Kj4 II if THE AS B RIAN 1932 ,ge Sophomore fCII.a1ss ROLLAND RICE HOLLYXYOOD, C.-XLIFORXIA ENIIL Ross CIRCLEVII.I.E, OHIO BERNICE SCHOONOVER FINDLAY, OHIO ARLENE SHAEER BROOKVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA IUCN.-XLD SHAI-IAN . TL'NXEI.'IL0X, NYEST VIRGINIA LILLIAX SHEPHERD GREENXVOOD, IXIJIAXA CHARLES XVESLEY SIMPSON STR.-XTFORD, COXXECTICl.'T CARLTON SIXBEY MAYVILLE, XEVV YORK JOHN A. SMITH , AKRON, OIIIO RUTH SMITH T CONVVAY, ARK,-XXSAS . LEONARD SMOOT ' - VVICHITA KANSAS CEDARVILLE, SEXY j ERSEY RALPH STEESE ' 4' FRANK BATEMAN STANGER . BARBERTOX, OIIIO LETA FERN STOCKTON VYEST FR.-XXKFORT, ILLINOIS RODNEY STOCKTON VVEST FRAXKFORT, ILLINOIS RODNEY A. SLNIJIIERG PORTLAND, OREGON DEVERE L. THOMAS VAUCHNSVILLE, OIIIO GWENETH THOMAS VVILMORE, KENTUCKY Ss XXI Il Aff Q f"""f,' 7 Qzl ig 1 Q3 ff -L XX ifiqfgf If Dig i. TI-IE ASB RIAN 1932 w-Axxvmxxxmfxxvcxxgxxx-Cnxx mz:z:z:mx-rur1ocmmNfvw- Sophomore CIEISE RICHVIOND KENTUCKY IIRAGE II.-XLAIJE llF'I'ROI'I', MICHIGAN I3 URN ETT TODD I , DOSTKR VINCENT Q I' RRDNWDDD, GEORGIA l IJAIJHNE IVAKISLEY ,ng STEELE, NnR'I'H DAKOTA IV V , A DORIS IV,-XRNER , CLAYTON, NEW JERSEY . 1,1 III.-IRG.-XRET IVV.-XRXYICK ! 1- ., BISHOP, GEORGIA 'f If is ' IJUROTHY IVEIKERT S , SPRINGFIELD, OHIO . Q . xii' I 1 'f, " - I' . ILDYTI-IE VVELSH 'Q' LOUISVILLE, KENTLICKY I I ' I ROBERT VVENDLAND Q MANSFIELD, OHIO INATHRYN IVESTERFIELD I.EAKESVII.LIi, MISSISSIPPI I I if R .5 ' ..,, E:Q5, . . R, 0 86 NXAIIIAX Q.v""f, 7 '- -- XVALLAC E -IAAIES C. XVI-IITAIAER F.-IRMERVILLE, LOUISIANA ANIT.-X IIRNA VVIGKAIAN LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA IVVIGGINS CEDARTOW' N, GEORGIA G. ALLENE XVILSDN ROYAL 0.-IK, MICHIGAN VIRGINIA VVINSTON VVEBSTER GROVE, MISSOURI KI,-XRVIS XVDDD VVILMORE, KENTUCKY JAMES G. VVUODSON PINEVILLE, KENTUCKY GERIALID R. ZIAIAIER MARION, OHIO - 1, W e 2 , 1 5 - ... .JAFQJZXE .2 A K I -lb, ' k ff THE AS BU RIAN 1932 , 1 , Rlcluxn S. IJIVIMI MAX l'l'f5ifIr11l IFrc5hm a1n fCll.Hl.S5 Uffi1CCT5 NIAIUON KING Trrakrurrr r Vlluixxu PR1'rcH.xRn I In'-P1'4'.ml1'11I ORX'lI.l.E MCKAY Cfmplain x fq Q fo O 87 1 MTI? 2 , 5 M.xRDEl.1, AMSTU17 Svfrflary Y V 5 3 if -2 no THE ASB RIA 1932 fwtmgg ' .- -fi , ,..- :., - I.: ....-...-,..- F Freshman Cilalss LOUISA PAMMIZRMAN . MARDELL AMS'14U'l'Z . lJOIiO'l'IlY ,NXT . . Pnn,iP R. BAKER . OSXK'.Xl,D BARBER . . CIIARLES G. BEAMAN . IVIILDRIED liIiASl.IEY . . MRS. CAIKOLIAA liisnoi' . I,r.ox'u D. Boors . . XVALTER BORCIIERS . . JAMES BORDERS . . CARLEISE BROWN . . MARY EI.IZABli'l'II HUCII Iinmoxn lfU'l"l'S . , lfRAxR CAR'1'ER. . . MARY JORDAN CARTER XVn.i,1AM CARY, JR. . . I'IERnER'r CLINCEN . YVILBUR COLE . . IIANNAH COMER . QELENN COPELAND . ES'l'llliR CRAxnAi.r. . . Ruin DAVIDSON . CARL S. DAVIS . . DOROTHY DAwny . MURLIN DAY . . . . Cynthizinn, Ky. . .Ol'rville, O. . . St. Peter, Minn. . B llx' lington, XV. Va. . XV:ishington, D. C. . . . .TrOy, N. C. Pilot Nlonntnin, N. C. . . VVilmore, Ky. . Beaver Falls, Pu. . . XVilmore, Ky. . Shawmnt, Alu. . . Syracuse, N. Y. . . . .Bnreville,P:1. . . Somerville, Tenn. . . Fort Myers, Flu. . . VViImOre, Ky. . . VVilmore, Ky. . . Glen Cove, N. Y. Sienyu, Fukien, Chinn . Tuckerton, N. J. . - . Columbus, O. Binghampton, N. Y. . . Bigelow, Minn. . . Mill Shoals, Ill. . . Yuma, Col. . . Wilmore, Ky. 88 XXX ll!!! Q 5""'f,c9 eafs .syi . t .. I ,.- ,Q IIQZQZI7 f THE AS B R I AN 1932, Freshman Class lNlIl.ES DEPACTER . - . Detroit, lNliClI. lNlAL'DE BRDWN EDWARDS . . . Fort Valley, Ga ISAREIILE IEIIIPET . . lN'lERRlLL ESENWEIN . EVELTX EVANS . . .AGNES IPERCUSON . lNlARGARE'I' FITIIIAN . . DELBERT FLOYD . . xv.-XRREN FossE1'r . . LAwsox FRAXTZ . LELAND FREIDI-:xBURG . XVALTER XV. CS.-XRRIOTT XVILLIS GRAEEF. . . HORACE GUILER . BILL HARNEY . . CHESTER HEWES . . HEXRY HIGH . . . DONALD HOCENMILLER FRAxcEs HIJGI-IES . . ELLA LOUISE JEXNINCS XVILMA lx1AE JOHNSON .AME-.LIA JONES . CIJLLEN JONES . GERALD JOYES. . . FRANCES JANE KEAN . ARTHUR KENNAN . . . SUSqll9ll1lllllH, PII , New XllfllCl'f0l'll, O . . Fort Valley, Ga . SteIIl1eIIville, O . XYOIIIIKSIOXYII, O . . Sturgis, Ky . . Czilclwell, Kas . . Dillonvnle, O . . Athens, Pa . Danville, Ky . Rosslyn, Va , Dorset, O . . XVilmDre, Ky . . XVilmore, Ky . Rowlesburg, XV. Va . . . . Gorham, Ill . XVilmore, Ky . . . .Uwoss0, Mich . . . . Gle-nd:Ile,C:1l . . Marianna, Pa . . . . .tAIl8l1IH,GJ Lemningtnn, Ont., Cain . . FniI'l'ield, Ill . . Nobscott, Mass. Xxl llff! Q:-N""'f,z Q ,sg f , Y ... ! f E . X g - -K X . X. ii- iii 'tis R A T- .,-,,,-,,,-,,-, -W -1 - ' f Freshman Class MARION KING . . MARY HELEN KIRK . FRANCES KNAPP . . l3OROTHY KREINER . PAUL R. LANGDON . . HERBERT LARKINS . Do'I"I'IE V. LAVVRENCE- Rum LAWRENCE . . Es'I'IIER LE.-XCH . . CHAI DENR LEE . LA FAUN LEWIS . . HOMER LONGENECKER I. FREDERICK LORE . ARLIE Lush. . . AvAxELLE MAITLAND TIIELMA MARIINDALE VERABELL MASON . MARGARET MASSIE . KA'l'HERlNE MCAEEE ORVILLE MCKAY . VVILBUR MEISER . RALPH MICHEL . HAROLD MILLARIJ . . MARGARET MITCHELL LUCY MILDRED Mo'rT MABEL IRENE MUTI-I 90 XAXilfff ' -'G 4 'O R f- ifzxxxd N. IQJLJJJ E-.E . South Zanesville, O. . - Greensboro, N. C. . . Cincinnati, O. . . Delanco, N. J. . Grove City, O. . - Clinton, N. C. . Bluefield, W, Va. . Maybeury, VV. Va. . . Golden Gate, Ill. Chyung Pyung, Korea . . Wilmore, Ky. . . . Birmingham, Kan. . . Carrollton, O. . Bigelow, Minn. . . Wilmore, Ky. . . . VVilmore, Ky. .Washington, D. C. . . . Nashville, O. . . Lakeland, Fla. . . Croswell, Mich. . . Columbiana, O. . . . Imler, Pa. . East Lansing, Mich. Rises Landing, Pa. . .... Corona, S. D. A P f T' Mt. Mourne, N. C. 1 l I THE AS E R I A 193 2 Freshman Class DOROIIII' JANE NAQIITRIED . . . Wichita, Kun YVILLIAM VRVILLE NEEL. . ELAINE NICIITERLEIN . ELSIE OLIVER . . . lNi:XlljORIE Or ILII' . . PAUL OTT .... RM' PANXABECKER . . RUTH PERKINS . . ROBERT PERSON . . ALFRED PILSON . . RICHARD S. PITIMAN . ELIZABETH ANN POPE . . BEULAH POOR . . VIRGINIA PRITCHARD . KEXNETH PRUITT . M. HOWELL PRYOR . OMER B. RANDALL . PAUL RAYMER . . CHARLES REED . ELMA CYRENE REED . DOROTHY RICE . . YVILLARD ROGERS . . CHARLES ROWLAND . . WILMA RUSSELL . EDRA SHAEFER . . LEIGHTON SHEPARD . - . XVellingIOII, Kan. . . . Tuckerron, N. j. - . C IIII tinentnl, U. . . FOII Lee, N. J. . Owego, N. Y. . . Elkhart, Ind. . . Delnnco, N. J. . . Fort VVhite, Fla. . . Philadelphia, Pa. . . Streator, Ill. . . lvlll0IlIOXVll, Pu. , Vllilmnre, Ky. . . O'BHllI1CI1, Ky. . . Hollywood, Cal. . .L:InsiIIg, Mich. . . Butler, Mo. - Vllilmore, Ky. New XVaterfOrd, O. . Astuhula, O. . . Ripley, N. Y. . Ainsworth, Neb. . . VVilmOre, Ky. . .VVichita, Kan. . . Bonnie, Ill. . . Fort Valley, Ga. QI 1 XX Illlllfo 5 Z x ex ga., fs Y ia' Q- x ie -V Qi Q, xxTf'jiQk1s Fle x i RIA A 193 Lag , ag I THE AS B 2 -f",,,,g5 ,-IQQ Q - I- A U H - b - i U ' H - - 14 xx yo. M M Freshman Cllanss DOROTHY SHULER . . . El Monte, Cal. LOUIS SHURLOCK . . . New Galilee, Pa. MINNIE LEE SIRES . . . . Fort White, Fla. MARX' ROSE SIMMONS . . Greenfield, Ind. JOHN VVESLEY SIMPSON . . . Stratford, Conn. ROBERT MARPLE SMITH . . Steubenville, O. PAUL SNEAD . . . Nyack, N. Y. DOROTHEA SOWERS . . . . . Herrin, Ill. NELLIE PEARL SPAULDING . . , Pasadena, Cal. DOROTHX' SPENCER . . - . East Athens, Pa. RACHAEL STEVVART . . . Saranac Lake, N. Y. LILLY SwORns . . . Goerlitz, Germany XVALTER THARPE . . Fort Valley, Ga. LCCILLE THATCHER . . .Minneapolis, Minn. LYDIA THORNTON . . St. Louis, Mo. SARA VANCE . . . . Fort Valley, Ga. EVEIIYN VAN DYKE . . . Canton, Pa. CUTTER VAUGHN . . .LexingtOn, Ky. DELPHIAN VVEST. . . Stafford, Kan. MARTIN VVEST . . . . Oil City, Pa. MIKE L. VVHALEY . . . . Ozark, Ala. VVILLIAM w7HlTE , . .Toronto, O. HENRY EUGENE WILCOX .... Wilmore, Ky. CARL EDWARD WILLIAMS . . . Lexington, Ky. HAZEL LEE WILLIAMSON . .Bristol, Tenn. G. H. WINSLOW, JR. . . 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