Asbury University - Ashburian Yearbook (Wilmore, KY)

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MCKAY Business Manager -Ill I! resented by the Graduating Class et Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-Five in Hener et the Graduating Class et Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-Four. ASBURY CQi.i.FGr1'-I WILMCDRE-KENTUCKY 1954 I-lsllurinn 0vTllEMlf-- We have built our theme with photo- graphs ot genuine, unsophistioated student lite on Asbury's campus - This lite is not Warped - Neither is it stilted or unnatural - It is lite abun- dant, vibront, and harmonious because Christ-centered and Spirit-directed O PURSUIT OF WISDOM Wisdom is the principal thingy therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting get under- standing. The fear of the Lord is the begin- ning of wisdom: and the knowledge of the holy is understanding. -prov 4.7. 940 PURSUIT OF RIGHTEOUSNESS we eat? or, What shall we drink? or, Where- masaweecoe? usee ers the kingdom of God, and his righteousnessg and all these things shall be added unto you. -Maff. 673l, 33 Therefore take no thought, saying, What shall 'thlhll b lthd Bt kyfit To heguile from tret ond oare, to sober the heeolless and make joyous the pensive, to conjure a lcinolly remem- hranoe, to Woo o loving thought, to brighten a lonely Way, to hearten a Weary soul, to glority Groot - This is our aim vfllllfwllllllv 'IIIIIICATIDN' The Heavenly Father alone can give him due reward tor his un- seltish labors, his earnest faith, and his triumphant zeal - Never- theless, in part payment of the love debt we owe him and as a token ot esteem in which we hold him, we dedicate this, the nine- teenth volume ot the Aslourian to DR. HENRY CLAY MORRISON BETWEEN CLASSES But we all, wilh open face b holding as in a glass the gl of the Lord, are changed i ry glory, even as by the Spirit f H the Lord. -H C 3 18 DR. IIINRY CUIY MORRlSON e Lord saith,-them that honour me, I will honour , fCONIfN IS- Introductlon The Classes The Seminary Special- - ' Departments Qrqanizatten. Athletic Feature Inn ni ' ,- TASTY AND NUTRITIOUS S S S Q , Thy kingdom come. Thy be done in earth, as it i heaven. Give us this day daily bread. And forgive our debts, as we forgive debtors. -Man. 6 V- ga . z IA . ,. A AU V. ,ml -eg, I V, A .fl -f ,M ,-..V Y ff' ww ? 'nw' V ,. A 4 WV as A V 1 -VV -,V V f eff VV' A ,V -V . f 4: -. A V, f . y , 4 V 'V 'xgm 7 jk my, I 'f mi . if mv -F ,fgwl as f ff M 4 ,B 'V-Exif? , 'V R 2. fi-,M V - :W kj ,E H' f ..., fl , K. K d'-b Wk,35VkVV Q -wwyv VM-f'A,,'-2 -if V N 2. 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All the nations slzarr the hlvssings Of the students fllt'I'l',' For Ullfll one has lzrrn tha subject Of some tf'1uil1z'r's jlrayrr. Interlorutor: Is this Asbury College? Editor: Yes, sir. Is there anything I can do for you? Int.: I don't know. I have heard Z1 good deal of Asbury and this is the iirst opportunity I have found to visit here. Ed.: Then you must let me show you around. Int.: Oh, I'd rather not trouble you. Ed.: No trouble at all. Come on. For the -word of God is quirk, and pofwrrful, and R sharper than any two-edged sfword, pirrring e-ven to the difviding asundrr of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marro-w, and is a disrcrnrr of the thoughts and intents of the heart. H , - eb. 4.12. EL IGIO . U PAGE II Fra ni lffl 'lllelli MR. THE Tll li THE Yllltlli THE liISIl0l' .IXRTHER J. MOORE . . THE 'lllllf THE MR. THE THE THE TH E BOARD OF TRUSTEES 'PHE REVERICND BISHOP ARTHUR j. lWl0ORli, of the Methodist Iipiscopzil Church, Souih, I'rf5id1'n! lo rigfhli Rm. VVARRI-,Fx C. NlClN'l'lRl-L, DD. . . Wilmore, Kentucky j. l.. fiAUCll ,.... ..,. . . Wilmore, Kentucky H. A. l9rg'r'i's . . . VV. W. ll0l.I.AXD, DD Y. C. CURTIS, DD. . . ANllRliVk' -IOHNSON, D.l7. . O. H. Cixl,1.is, DD. . . REV. Arlington, Tennessee REV. . . Cincinnati, Ohio REV. . . Columbus, Mississippi REV. . VVilmnre, Kentucky REV. . VVilmore, Kentucky . . San Antonio, Texas REV. L. R. .AKliRS, DD. . . . VVashingtOn, D. C. REV. VV. G. VRAM, DD. . Nashville, Tennessee REV. VV. L. KIARK, 17.13. ......,.... . . Lexington, Kentucky IZ, VV, SAVAGE, Business Manager of Asbury College . . . . Lexington, Kentucky REV. A. P. JONES .............. .... VS Vilmore, Kentucky REV. C. VV. RUTH ................... Pasadena, California REV. H. C. MORRISON, D.D., President of Asbury College and Asbury Theological Seminary . ,.....,.............. Louisville, Kentucky REV. VIRCII. I.. MOORE, DD. . . . . Lexington, Kentucky I-'or Gall .vo l!IfZ'1'tl lhv world, fha! hr gan' his only hu- E R U D I T I O flflfhfll Son, fha! 'whosnrfvrr hvlirfvvlh in him should not I jw'rz.vh, hui fmtzw' fwrlasllrzg lifr. For Goa' svn! no! PAGE I2 his Son into Ihr world to thlldflllll Ihr' fworld. -John. 3:16, 17. HENRY Claw AIORRISON D.D., I,I..D. l,!'l'A'il1l'l1f of Ihr' College l1Iff'I'fU1'Ilflll'.' So Dr. Hlorrison, at the request of Dr. Akers, and the lloard of Trustees, has returned as president of Asbury College, eh? Iillifflfi Yes, sir. Illf L 11. : Illf f, rl. .' Inf H 11 For zmfu' an .wr l1Il'01lgll a glam, 11'arl11y,' 1111! 1'l11'11 fam lo fz11'.": uofw I know in party 11111 ll1w11 .vfmll I know Let's see, when was he president before? He was president from lfjlll to IQZS, when he had to resign on account of failing health. He must be well up in years now. How old is he, do you know? It seems that he said he would be Q7 on Rlareh Ioth-twenty years from now. Oh, I see. But how can a man in his seventies take over such a tremendous job? Sir, you are evidently unaware of the resources available to a Christian. Know you not that his God whom he serves con- tinually is able to strengthen him for all the problems he must face? You need not fear for Ur. Klorrison, for the Lord Cares for His own. REL l"l'l'Il as alxo I am known. 1-lrid 7I0"lL' al1i1l1'll1 faillz, hope, rhuriiy, Illrxf' f11I'l'I',' but II11' g1r1'al1'.vl of lhrsf ix thariiy. -l Cor.13:i1, 13. IGIO . Ml PAGE I3 TI-IE QFFICERS OF W EARL VV. SAVAGE JAY BENTON Kraxmx, M.A. Bzzsizzms M111111gf1'1' of Ihr Collwgf- Dran of .Men and I'rof1'ssor of Chvmistry RU DITIO 1':A'l'llliI, V. DODDRIIJCIC, M.A. Dum of 1170111171 and .-lsxofizzlf' Pro- fwssor of Hislory Not Mal wwf' arf .fujjlffient of oufscl-'Urs . . . but our .vzzfffzzfnfy ix of Gmlg 1,7110 also halh nzadv us abln Q PAGE I4 1nini.vIfrs of Ihr nwfw I1'.vlan1z'nl,' no! of lin' lftler, buf of ilu' spirir: for Ihr Ivitfr killvilz, but ilu' Jpzrzt gifvfth ll-fp' -II Cor. 315, 6. ADMINISTRATIQN VVILIAIAM HRAXIYI' lIlQGHliS,1VI..A., P11.D. Fkrzn I'IALs12x' LARAIZIQIC, BD., D.D. Dean of I111' Collwyf' and Prof1'.v.vor of Ijfllll of Senzinary and 1'1'0fr:sor of ,1fIllflll'llIIIfil'S and Plzysifs Grwk 111111 l,11l11z I NWA jmxxn RIIJGELL,B.N1L'S., M.MUS. Dwan of Cn11.v1'1'q'alo1'y 111111 IJil'l'l'l0l' of Piano IJI'I7llf'fl!Il'lll For the lofvr of Chris! COIZ.Y1I'tlill1'ffl Il.Y,' . . . Nofw 111211 R E L. I G I O rw' arf flIl1blI3'5lllf0I'.S' for Christ, as fflilllyfl Cod did br- E Jwfh you by Il5.' my pray you in CflI'iJf'5 sioad, ba? yr' "l 1 ' . -, 11101111 fl lo God -H Cm.. 5:14, 20. If A f 0 PAGE I5 FACULTY-CQIIFT J. I.l'C'Y ADAMS M.S. 1'rr1fr.v,mr nf Ilrnnr EI'0ll0ll1ll'5' IIILIJRICTII MARIE CROSS M.A., PH.D. l'2'r1f1'x.vo1' of P5yz'l10lngy IRICNF CIILLIS A.Ii. Prnfrrsor of qlrt FRANCIS MARION IIESTON M.A., PI-LD. l'rnf1xv.mr of lidumtivnrz MARGARET BOYDEN KILBY M.A. Rfgislrar and Instruftor of Psyfltoloyy Im! us lzold fast tht' flff!fI'55I0ll of our faith fwilhout R U D I T I O '1U!I"UI'flIl!f,' ff0l'hfI5ftllfflfllllllLl1Pl'07!ll5Eli,'l And let 115 l'0ll5ldz"f one Illlllfflfl' lu jwrofvokr unto lofvf and to ' Wad Mtn'-ks" -Heb. 10:23, 24. PAGE I6 CDF LIBERAL ARTS LAVREN ALFRED KING A.1s., Pn.D. Profrxsor of Enolixll JOHN MARTIN MAXEY M.A, Proffssor of ,Mafhe1r1111if5 SAMITPZL ARTHUR NIAXVVELL M.A., MM., 1s.D., S.T.B. PI'0fI'550I' of Rvligious Edumfion arm' Bible FRANK P. MORRIS B.D., D.D. Professor of Systematir Theology and llomilrlirs DAVID VVILLIANI NANKIVEL M.A. Profrssor of Biology Lf! a man Jo arrounf of us, as of lin' minislrrs of Clfrisi, lUl1f5fl"LUll7'dA' of Ihr vrzystfrifs of God. Morr- R E L' I G I O owvr il is rrquirrd in sfefwards, fha! a man ln' found E farlllful. -I Cor' 421, 2' Ki X X x l 0 yy ' j PAGE I7 FACULTY-CQLLF J. VVILLIAM LINCOLN NOFCIER M.A., B.D. Proffssor of Sofia! and Politiral Sfirncr ELMER E. OVERMYER A.B. Proffmwr of flrgumvntation and b Dnhatf RALPH D. PITRDY M.A. .Lvsistant Professor of Ilistory VVILDER R. REYNOLDS M.A., PHD. Profrssor of Philosophy and History PERMA A. RICH A.B., B.s. IN L.s. Dirfrlor of Library and Professor of Library Science r lVhat shall -we .ray than to thfse things? If God bf E R U D I T I O for us, -who fan he against us? llfho shall lay any- E thing to thx fharge of Gorl'5 flat? It is God that justmelh' -Rom. 8:31, 33. X . PAGE I8 OF LIBERAL ARTS ALTA L. SCHEVERMAN AB. Instrudor in Grrnmn ANNA LAURA SEBRING M.A., DOCTEUR-Es-1,li'1"1'kES Dircdor of Modern Languagws and Professor of Ronzancu Languagcs MARIE SPRAGIFE M.A. flssistant Proflxmor of English NVILLIAM DAVID TVRKINGTON M.A., TH.B. Profrssor of Nffw TU5fHll11'!l1 Language and Lilerature YANCY DAVID VVESTERFIIZLD M.A., Bn. Director of Physifal lidumtion . . . twafh a just man, and ln' :will izzfnrasc in learning. The fear of the Lord is Ilm bcginning of -wisdom: and R E L I G I O the knowledge of the holy is understanding. -Prov. 919, xo. - PAGE I9 ADMINISTRATICDN IIELEN BISHOP, A.B. Sffrftary to Businvss Manager MINNIE CARMICHAEL, A.B. House Dran LOIS FON'rAxNE Bookhffjwr MAY C. GORSUCH House Mother NEWTON KING, JR. Chairman of Radio Commission Mks. B. T. LANNOM Dining Hall Hostess H. H. MCAFEE Firld Rrprrsrntatifvc CHARLES O'1'r1.m' MORRXS Supfrintendent glshury Prvss ECHO MORTON Bookkrrjsrr MABEL TQAYLOR, R.N. Nursr' ELIZABETH rI'AYLOR, R.N. Nurse P. P. THORNTON W Supfrintondfnt Electricity, Watfr and Pofwer llfhat doth it profit my brethren though a man say E R U D I T I O he hath faith, and have not sworles? can faith safve I E him? For as the body fwithout the spirit is dmrl, so faith fwithout 'works is dead also. -James 2:14, 26. fi , N i! . PAGE 20 Then said Jesus unto them again, Verily, verily, I say unto you, I am the door of the sheep.--by me if any man enter in, he shall be saved, and shall go in and out, and find pasture. -JM' ,om ,. Sa teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts unto Wisdom. O satisfy us early with thy mercyg that We may rejoice and be glad all our days. -Psa. 90:l2, I4. MA. N IW"""'w, wk EERE? o ADMINISTRATION BUILDING- 0 OFFICERS C. RA1,s'1'oN SMITH l'r1'.vidw11 NIARGARFT PATTERSON Fifa-I'rrsidfnt RUTH LEPPE Srz'rz'Iz1ry ROBERT VVENDLAND Trwzuurw' IQDVVIN REEVES Chaplain ELIZABETH TAYLOR Chaplain ESE I 3 l l X I Z 1 5 5 2 ti fa Il .2 if i E E, 52 i 1 0 PAGE 26 :gssg -.Yigg blast- N--. T- bl warg? Nt: :N X. wb-F"...."1 T-w :N Q 'SU-qw ease NQ'Ns:. QE"-11: .... mg. Q1-.Rc Nb A. 'Q ldtaia N RQ 5 Qqxe B SQA SNS? 'VSEM g...,'QQ fs: ra NM Nob:- :fresh v-.mit-'T , 5 ' 3773, 4- SENIOR CLASS ROBERT ACELAR ILOILO, PHILIPPINE ISLANDS MAJOR-Rfligioux Edumlion Student Volunteer Union, '31, '32, '33, '34, Min- isterial Association, '31, '32, '33, '34, Foreign Students' Club. MELVIN JOHN ADDINGTON 625 East 76 Place LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA MAJOR-PhiIOJOPhy Ministerial Association, '33, '34, Constitutional Critic, Reporter. CHARLES ALBRIGHT R. R. No. 2 COLUMBIANA, OHIO MAJOR-Biological Scicrzce Wilsonia Debate Club, Men's Glee Club, '34, Ministerial Association, '31, '32, '33, '34, Choral Union, '31, '32, '33, Hughes Attendance Medal. E RUD Asbury l T l O -.- SENIOR CLASS MARGARET BALD 815 Tenth Street OAKMONT, PENNSYLVANIA MAJOR-FffHl'h Lucy Stone Debate Club, Chaplain, '32, Student- Faculty Committee, '33, ASBURIAN Staff, '33, Basketball, '33, '34, Library Staff, '31, '32, '33, '34g Asbury Choral Union, '33, French Club, '31, '32, '33g Big Sister Club, '33, '34, MILDRED BEASLEY PILOT MOUNTAIN, NORTH CAROLINA MA.IOR-IIOIHE Efonomics Guilfort College, North Carolina, '3Ig Philo- mathia Debate Club, Basketball, '32, '33, '34, "A" Club. MERLIN A. BISHOP WILMORE, KENTUCKY MAJOR-Religious Education Student Volunteer Union, '31, '32, '33, '34, Su- perintendent of Buildings and Grounds, '33, '34. ELIGIO bv'-H ll I l 5 a I Ek li Commit thy -way unto the L0ffI,' trust also in him, and he shall bring it to pass. find he shall bring forth thy l'ighfC01l5llt'55 as thc light, and thy jlll1gIllL'l1f as the noonday. --Psa. 37 25, 6. i I i 5 4 ff I 2 1 I I I 2 l ,L r l s Q I l E I 5 3 l 0 PAGE 27 5 ! 3 s 2 3 E i x i A 5 A 1 ,l 5 I x l 3 3 5 .. PAGE 28 llj!ll'fl'f0fl' swing fwe also are l'0ll!Pd55CLi abou! fwillz .ro grcal a dom! of fwitzzerxvs, lvl ur lay aside awry fwright, and 1115 sin rwllirh rlolh so Nlsily brsrl 11.9, and run fwifll 1'111lif11rf Ihr' ran' Mal is .wt bffore us' --Heb. 1 2 11. SENIOR CLASS HORACE E. BOLICK Rmmakrokn coLLEcrc, NORTH CAROLINA MAJOR-Rl'lifli0ll5 I:'rluralion VVilscnia Debate Clubg Advertising Manager of ASBIJRIAN, ,33, '34,g Business Manager of Artist Series Committee, '34g Orchestrag liandg Min- isterial Association. J. LOREN BRADVVAY IJIEERFIELD, XIQVV JERSEY MAJOR-liiologiral Srivncf YVilaonia Debate Clubg Spanish Club: German Clubg Basketballg Baseballg Asbury Choral Uniong Pre-Medical Clubg Synetlria. MABEL LEONE BURDETTE R. R. No. 2 MONROVIA, MARYLAND MAJOR-Sofia! Scinzvf Lucy VVebb Hayes National Training School, '31, y32, '33g Homiletical Association, '3.q,g Student Volunteer, '34. ERUDIT l O SENIOR CLASS M. OLIN BURKHOLDER 311 N. Walnut Avenue WILMORE, KENTUCKY MAJOR-Education Periclea Debate Club, Student Volunteer Union, '32, '33, '34, President, '34,g President Kentucky Student Volunteer Union, '34, A. S. F. Commit- tee, '32, Senior Gift Committee, '34, Collryian Staff, '32, '33, "A" Clubg Track, '32, '33, Bas- ketball, '31, '32, '33. MRS. CHESTER BVZZARD Speer Avenue PEN ARGYL, PExxsY1.vAN1A MAJOR-fl0!l1F Economifs Homiletical Association, '31, '32, '33, '34, Asbury Choral Union, '31, '32, Student VVives Circle, Y 3 Y 32, 331 34- - KITANG TOC CHI Pemxc, Crum MAJOR-Chemistry Ministerial Association, '33, '34, Student Volun- teer Union, '33, '34, Foreign Students' Club, '33, '34- ELIGIO Leif! 3 ll l 1 E 5 1 l 5 E I S E 1 4 11' ls ,, 5 , gi 5 li 1 ll I 5 Looking unio Jrsus ihe aulhor and yfnixher of our faifhg who for Ihr joy lhalnfovas 561 hffonf him rndzzrfd the fross, dwsfrzszng Ihr shame, and ix .wt dofwn at the Hgh! hand of ihe throne of GOJ- -Helm, 12:2. PAGE 29 I 3 E I I 2 I I1 3 I I x x 2 i I J I s 5 I E 5 E i a E I PAGE 30 5 I s I 5 S I S 25, E E S Thou thvreforo endure hardness, as Il good soldier of Jesus Christ. No man Ihat -warrefh enlanglrlh himself fwilh the af- fairs of ihis lifrg' that hr' may plmso him -who holh z'hosr'n him Io ho a soldizfr. --II Tim. 213, 4. SENIOR CLASS I MARY JORDAN CARTER Bromley Addition WILMOIAE, KENTUCKY MrX,l0R-Bi010yiC'Hl Sfifllff Basketball, '32, "A" Clubg Asbury Choral Union, '32. VVILLIAIVI VVALTER CARY VVILMORE, KENTUCKY MAJOR-History Henry Clay Debate Club, Synedria, '31, '32, Tennis, '32, '33, '3.I.Q Basketball, '32, '33, '34, GEORGE DAVIS CHRISTIAN 707 Pennsylvania Avenue ELMIRA, NEW YORK MAJOR-Rfligious Edzzfaliovz Ministerial Assnciation, '31, '32, '33, '34, EI F2 LJ EJ I T'l CD SENIOR CLASS o ESTHER MAE CLARKE VERNON, ALABAMA MAJOR-Iiiologifal Sfi4'n1'f Euphemia Debate Club, Asbury Choral Union, '31, '32, '33, '34, President VVomen's Homiletical Association, '34, Spanish Club, '31, '32, '33, '34.. DORIS R. COLE SIENYU, FUKIEN, CHINA MAJOR-Biologiml Scifncf Lucy Stone Debate Club, Vice-President of Jun- ior Class, '33, ASBURIAN Staff, '32, Callegian Staff, '32, Student Volunteer Union, '32, '33, '34, Vice-President, '34, Asbury Athletic Council, '32, '33, '34, Vice-President A. S. F., '32, Vice-Presi- dent Big Sister Club, '34, French Club, '31, '32, Classical Language Club, '33, '34, Library Staff, '32, '33, '34, Asbury World Museum Decorator, '32, Basketball, '31, '32, '33, '34, Track, '31, Tennis, '31, '32, '33, '34, VVomen's Singles Champion, '31, '33. LLOYD M. CONYERS sxoxev, ARKANSAS MAJOR-Rfligi0llJ Edumlion john Brown College, '32, Ministerial Association, 's3,'s4- E L I G I O IP-1 .w, if fr s 2 1 1 2 1 . 2 Z , 'E .Ind basicly tlzir, yifuing all diligrnw, add Io your fazib -vzrlusg and Io fvirlur knowl- l'd!fl',' ,elnd I0 kll0fLlflI7Cig6 lflnprralzfm' and lo lflllpfrafzfz' f5llfll'l1l'I',' and to paiiflme gocI'l1m'ss,' . . . -H Per, US, 6- f I l ll l PAGE 31 E . ! Q 5 5 E Q g A is 2 +5 fi Q i x I Q el f 5 A , UU' flllfll ffm! are :Irony ouglfl to bear Ille lIZflQfllll1il'5 of lhe fwcak, and not io pleaxe olzfsflqfcs. Im! Maury om' of us please his nfzghbour for his good lo fdifl-l'Hfi0ll. For L"Ul'Il Christ pleaxea' not hzmsvlf. -Rom. 15:1-3. O PAGE 32 SENIOR CLASS HAROLD COPPAGIC Box 36 'rR1iN'1', TEXAS IVIAFIOR-S0fi!l1 Sfiwnre RIITII ESTHER CORDIES 1451 S. Linden Avenue ALLIANCE, OHIO MAJQR-lfnglixh Philomathizn Debate Club. IRA ELBERT CRVNI LEx1NG'1'oN, NORTH CAROLINA M.fXjilR-S0filll Srienfe ERUDIT x f SENIOR CLASS LUCIA RUCKMAN DAVIS LA RUE, 01110 MAJOR-English Philomnthia Debate Club. REXFORD M. DIXON 115 Asbury Avenue VVILMORE, K1iN'1'UcKY MAJOR-Rrligious Edumtion Basketball, '31, '32, '33, '34. JOYCE V. EARLY VV. College Street Oxlfokn, NORTH cARoL1x,x MAJOR-Philoxophy Lincoln Debate Clubg Asbury Choral Union, l3I, '33, Milfisterial Association, l33 '34, l l fl ,S . it Qs ? i if El 1 5 Qi , 5 l I l E L I G I O Frar thou not,' for I am -with thff: ht' not disnzayedg for I am thy God: I will .rtrz-ngihrn tlzweg yfa, I fwill help lheeg ym, I fwill uphold Ihre with the right -ex, hand of my righteousness. --Isa. 41:10. l X ij ' PAGE 33 Vi-"iw" U W i 5 5 5 1 s , s 3 gi ii fi Q PAGE 34 I3 34 'Q 5 , 2 ! E s Q. SENIOR CLASS FRANCES M. EDWARDS !xICHOLASVILI.l5, KENTUCKY MAJOR-Biologiral Sfirnrc SAMUEL HOUSTON EVANS 425 Fifth Avenue VVA'l'ERVI,II:T, NEW YORK MAJOR-Rviigious Erluration XVilaOnia Debate Club, Asbury Choral Union '32, Orchestra, '31, '32, '33, '34, Band, '32, '33 '34, Ministerial Association, y3I, '32, '33, '34. CANDLER HART FELDER sr. GEORGE, SOUTH CAROLINA MAJOR-SOL'idI Scienu' 1 No fwmpozz Mal is f!II'llll'ti tljlllilljf Mm' E R U D I T shall jvrosjn-r,' and r+zw"1'y tongue tha! .vlzall rin' against fhwc ill judrjmfnl lfzou shalt l'0IIl!1'lIIll, This My hwrfiagc of 1110 svrfv- zmlx of lffv Lord. Isa. 54:17. 'C SENIOR CLASS CAIVIERON FISRRIELL R. F. D. NO. 4 NOR1'oLK, VIRGINIA MA3lOR-lfi0l0flil'lll S1'iI'nw Lucy Stone Debate Club, Secretary, '32, Basket- ball, '31, Diploma iu Speech, '33. EDITH FLEMING 1621 Nichole Platte ,xsHI..xxo, KIcx'I'UcIu' MAJOR-llomr Efonomirs Sophiclelphia Debate Club, VVomen's Glee Club, '31, '32, '33, '34, Secretary, '34: Asbury Choral Union, '31, '32g Big Sister Club, '33, '34. ORPHA CLARA FUGLF cAsIcvII,I,I5, 1vIIcIIIc:Ax MAJOR-llistory Chicago Evangelistic Institute, Big Sister Club '34, Iuteruatioual Relations Club, '33, '34g Bas- ketball, '32, '33, '34, Track, '33, "A" Club, '33 RELIGIO I ti 12 l YI: ha-Ur flwartl fha! it llallz ,It'l'Il said, Thou .vlmlt lrrw Illy 7lI'l!lflll0f, and half fflillt' 1','14'111y. lint I my unto you, Lofvc your t'IZl'llIil'X, blrfss fflflll flzat nzrse you, do goof! lo Ihwm fha! huh' you, . . . -Mntt. 5:43, 44. l E I l I S E. O PAGE 35 x 4 l E .E E 1-2 E SENIOR CLASS DONALD D. FONTAINE DENVER, COLORADO MAJOR-FfZnL'h Periclea Debate Club, Collegian Staff, '31, '32, French Club, '31, '32, '33, '34, German Club, '31, '32, '33, '34, Synedria, '31, '32, Il Circulo Italiano, '32, Editor ASBURIAN, '33, Student-Fac- ulty Committee, '34, President A. S. F. Commit- tee, '34, President of the Student Body, '34. LAVVSON MILFORD FRANTZ Main Street n1LLoxvA1.E, 01110 MAJOR--Iiiologiral Science Ciceronia Debate Club, Basketball, '32, '33, '34, Pre-Medical Club, '33, Asbury Choral Fnion, E '32, Spanish Club, '32, '33, Head Cook, '32, '33, '34- E 2 5 5 LELAND D. FREIDENBLRG 13+ N. Elvira Street ATHENS, PENNSYLVANIA NIAJOK-Religious Edurarion Lincoln Debate Club, Baseball, '32, '33, '34, Choral lfnion, '32, '33, Glee Club, '32, '33, Min- isterial Association, '32, '33, '34. FAGE 36 Thr' steps of a good rfzan are ordered hy E R U D I T I O the Lord: and he delzghteth in his fway. Though he fall, he .fhall not be uiterly fast dofwnj for the Lord upholdeth him -with his hand. -Psa. 37:23, 24. fi if 1 rw l SENIOR CLASS ELIZAISICTH P. GLASSON 109 East Morrison Avenue VVILMORE, KENTUCKY MAJOR-El1gll5h Big Sister Club, '33, '34, Art Club, Asbury Choral Vnion ' I '32' S aniwh Club f- ,3,,P1,f,31,5, '33, Collegian Staff, '33, Archery, '34, Practice Teaching, '34, SETH VV. CRANBERRY VVIQSSON, MISSISSIPPI MAJOR-Sofifzl Sfi4'r11'n Cnpiah-Lincoln junior Collqgc, '31, '32, Cicero- nia Debate Club, Baseball, '33, '34g Asbury Choral Union, '33, "A" Club, '33, '34, Mountain I . Missionarv Societ' '3, ' 4, Tennis ' , . 31 3 3 v 33, 3+ Track, '3 3, '34. HORACE A. GUILER BI.OOMINGDAI.li, S'1'EuBExvI1,I.E, orno MAJOR-Philosophy VVils0nia Debate Club, Men's Glcc Club, '34, ELIGIO E ' I 2 E , . 4 I Q I fa fl I 5 53 gs I But hz' fwas fwolnzded for our lransorfy- sions, he fwas bruised for our iniquilicxf the chaslisvlncnt of our prom fwas upon f1l7Il,' and -uilh hix slripcs we arc healed. -Isa. 5325. I Ti 'Q I 5 l I E I PAGE 37 il Z 's f i s 3 5 1 1 X 3, gi fi ,. Xi ff K l SENIOR CLASS HELEN GVILES VVELLSBURG, NEVV YORK MAJOR-Ilislory - Mansfield State Teachers College, '27, '28g Big , Sister Club, '33, '34, International Relations gg Club, '33, '34, Student Volunteer Union, '33, '34. , . it it CORNELIUS HAGER Rt. 3. XICHOLASVILLE, KENTUCKY MAJOR-Iliologiral Sfiflzrz' lfrench Club, '32, Spanish Club, '32, Ministerial Association, '32, '34. f 1 E 2 2 E Q C i 1 l O PAGE 38 5 2 5 1 ALBERT C. HALL 211 Maple Street VVILMORI-I, KIQNTUCKY MAJOR-Clzrmistry Henry Clay Debate Club, Intercollegiate Debate Squad, '32, '33, '34, French Club, '32, Student- Faculty Committee, '33, , . , 9 el g s 3 l lfilhholtl IIUI good from Ihrm to fwhorn if ix dun, fwhrn il is the po-war of llzine' E R U D I T I O hand to do il. Say not unla My migh- lmur, Go, ana' form' again, and tomorrofw I 'will Ql'L'l',' fwfzcn lllou has! il by Ifme. -Prov. 3:27, 28. -1 Y, lx 4 Xi SENIOR CLASS C. ARTHUR HALLBERG 411 S. Grove Street BOWLING GREEN, 01110 MAJOR-SOCid! Sfirnca Taylor Vniversity, '32, Bowling Green State College, '31, '33, Periclea Debate Club, Inter- collegiate Debate Squacl, '34, President Interna- tional Relations Club, '34. RUTH HOVVE Gkaxn LE111:1a, MICHIGAN MAJOR-Spmzixlz Michigan State College, '31, '32, VVon1en'sIlomi- leticzll Aswociation, '33, '34, Student Volunteer Union, '33, '34- RONALD H. HULL SOI Hammel Street AKRON, OHIO MAJOR-Philosophy l'niversity of Kentucky, '33, Lincoln l,ll11lIC Club, French Club, '31, '32, Spanish Club, '33, '34, Asbury Choral Union, '31, '32, '33, '34, Track, '31, Archery, '34, Synetlria, '31, '32, '33. RELIGIO i 3 1 5 2 Swarfh mv, O God, and kIIOfLU my fll'lH'f.' fry mfr, and kl10fLU my Ilmugfzis: .Intl .wc if fllrrw lu' any fwirlemi :way in mr, and frat! mr in ffm fway m'N'lz1sli11y. -Psa. 139123, 24. I 51 li .X 9 l 1 is fl 1 1 2 4 1 ti Q fl PAGE 39 E , l s E l 5 i l l il fi 4 i 5 PAGE 40 S E i Q s Q E t Q 5 5 But fwf' all, fwilh open face belzolding as in zz glam' the glory of Ilze Lord, are rhongcd into the same image from glory to glory, ffven as by the Spirit of the Lord. -II Cor. 3 :I 8. SENIOR CLASS CULLEN JONES 536 Lee Street, S. ATLANTA, GEORGIA MAJOR-Philosophy WVilsonia Debate Club, Spanish Club, '32, '33, '34, Student Volunteer Union, '32, '33, '34, Min- isterial Association, '32, '33, '34. GERALD HARVEY JONES 1,EAMxxc'roN, ONTARIO, CANADA MAJOR-Biologiral Srirnrf Lincoln Debate Club, ASBURIAN Staff, '34' Treasurer of Junior Class, '33, Treasurer of A. S. F. Committee, '34g Band, '32, Foreign Stu- dents' Club, Asbury Choral Union, '33, Archery '33, Syneclria, '32, '33. 1 ELON KEELER 601 Lexington Avenue VVILMOREV Kr-:x'rUCKY MAJOR-l'hll0J01Jhy and fxyrlmlogy University junior College, '30, '31, Henry Clay Debate Club. ERUDIT x-if l O SENIOR CLASS EVELYN KILBY BATH, NORTH cAR0L1x,1 MAJOR-ll0lllt' El'07l0lllil'5 Sophidelphia Debate Club, Big Sister Club, '33, '34, Basketball, '31, '32, '33, '34, "A" Club. ANABEL KNIGHT Turner Street s'1'ATEsv1L1.1a, NORTH CAROLINA MAJOR-FfL'HCh Mitchell College, Statesville, North Carolina, '31, '32, Lucy Stone Debate Club, Chaplain, '34, Big Sister Club, '34, French Club, '33, '34, Asbury Choral I'nion, '33, Senior Gift Committee, '34, Associate Editor of ASBURIfXN, '34, VVomen's III- tercollegiate Debate Squad, '33, '34, Student Vol- unteer llnion, '33, '34, Secretary Kentucky State Student Volunteer Union, '34. NANCY E. KNIGHT Turner Street S'l'A'l'ESVILLl-I, NORTH CAROLINA MAJOR-Sf1dHi5h Mitchell College, Statesville, North Carolina, '31, '32, Lucy Stone Debate Club, Secretary Choral lfnion, '33, Student Volunteer Union, '33, '34, Spanish Club, '33, '34, Big Sister Club, '34, Artist Series Committee, '34, Business Manager Collegian, '34. E 1 ELIGIO ffar. -I PC E . 3 lt 'S 52 st 1: gf Q! Q 3 1 E E 1 E s E 1 5 . -E .Q 51 K l Bu! .vazzrtify Ihr Lord God in your hearts: and he ready allways lo give an unsfwvr to rfvrry man that axhwfh you u rnzson of lhe hope that is in you fwith lrlerlelzfss and t. 3:15. 2 1 PAGE 4I ll Q 3 , li is 5 , 5 2 3 9 , i .Ind thou shall larva the Lord lhy God lwilh all Ihy hfrarf, and fwifh all thy soul, and fwilh all thy mind, ana' lwilh all Ihy SENIOR CLASS I SIERGIIFS VV. LIEACH KIYG'S MOLIYIAIX, kIcx'I'uCKY MAJOR-Chrn1i.vn'y Henry Clay Debate Club, Spanish Club, '31, '32, '33, '34, French Club, '32, '33, '34, Basketball, '3,l, '32, '33, '34s B11Sfl2Hll,'3I, '32, '33, '34, Tell' ms, '31, '32, '33, '34g Track, '34, Asbury Choral l'niun, '32, '33, '34, HA" Clubg Synedria, '31, '32, '33, '34. C. RITTH LEPPE 3629 N. Taylor Avenue ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI MAJOR-Romance Lanyuagrs Harris Te-acher's College, '31, '32, Philomathia Debate Club, Big Sister Club, '34, President of French Club, '13, Secretary of Junior Class, '33, Secretary of Senior Class, '34. EDITH LOVVRY WILMORE, KENTUCKY MAJOR-liiologiral Sriencf Philomathia Debate Club, Basketball, '31, '32, '33, '34s Tfflmis, '31, '32, '33, '34-S "A" Club- ERUDITIO .f1l'f'Ilglfll.' . . . Thou shall lolzw' ihy rzriglz- bm- as fhysflf. -Mk. ,2,3O, 3,. x L- PAGE bif 42 SENIOR CLASS IIA YDEN MCAFEIE 1.AKE1.ANn, 1f1,ok1nA MAJ on-E nglixh Southern College, '30, VVilsonia Debate Cluhg Spanish Cl11b, '31, '32, Asbury Choral Union, '31, '32, '33, Men's Glee Club, '30, '31, '33, '34, Synedria, '31, '32, Vice-President, '32. ORVILLE H. MCKAY CROSWELI., MICHIGAN MAJOR-P1,i1mp1,y Ministerial Association, '32, '33, '34, Secretary- Treasurer, '32g Chaplain of Freshman Class, '32, President of Sophomore Class, '33, Business Manager oi' AASBURIAX, '34, Library Staff, '32, '33, '34- MARY OVVEN MCLARTY D0UoLAsv11.1.E, GEORGIA MAJOR-Ellgfiill Georgia State College for VVomen, '33, Spanish Club, '31, '32, Big Sister Club, '34. ELIGIO ll x I il i I E 3 E S if E 3 Q. S. 5: . . . But llzis om' lhing I do, forgrllilzy rlmse' things fwllifll llfl' lwllind, and l'r'uc'h- my forllz unlo Ilmsw fllillyf fwllifh are bc- forzf, 1 jrfzxvs forward flu' mark for ilu' frrizr' of ilu' high falling of God in Cfzrixl .lwsus. -Phil. 3:13, 14. il 13 O PAGE 43 E El ll l 3 t 5 0 PAGE 44 I fwill lift up mine eye: unlo the hills, from 1-whence fomclh my help. My help fomflh from the Lord, -which made hezwen and earth. Hi' fwill not sujffr ihy f00t to he mowed. -Psa. 121 :1-3. SENIOR CLASS O VERABEL ELAINE MASON I372 Kenyon Street, N.W. WASHINGTON, D. C. MAJOR-Biological Science Lucy Stone Debate Club, Art Club, '32, Big Sis- ter Club, '34, Basketball, '32, '33, Asbury Choral l'nion, '32, '33, Collegian Staff, '33, Student Vol- unteer Ifnizzn, '33, Home Economics Club, '34, Ifniversity of Maryland Summer School, '32, CAPITOLA B. MATTINGLY 823 Cramer Avenue LEXINGTON, ki-:NTUCKY MAJOR-English Sue Bennett junior College, '31, '32, Philomathia Debate Club, Practice Teaching, '33, Big Sister Club, '34, Stuclent Volunteer Union, '33, '34, Ilomiletical Association, '33, '34, Reading Club, '33, '34, Editor Collrgian, '34. CORA NAFTEL MAY 211 S. Lexington Avenue WILMORE, KENTUCKY MAJOR-English Lucy Stone Debate Club, Basketball, '33, Big Sister Club, '33, '34, French Club, '31, '33, As- bury Choral Union, '32, '33, '34, W0men's Glee Club, '31, '32, '33, '349 Winner Tri-State Orator- ical Contest, '31, Winner Kentucky Oratorical Association, Girl's Division, '33. ERUDITIO fix, li it lN, f 1 l SENIOR CLASS I DOROTHY S. MERRILL 20 Duane Avenue BINCHAMTON, NEVV YORK MAJOR-1fi0,0Iifdf Scimzfc J Big Sister Club, '33, '34, VVomen's Homiletical Association, '31, '32, '33, '34, Student Volunteer Union, '33, '34, Spanish Club, '31, '32, Asbury Choral Lnion, '31, '32, Pre-Medical Club, '34. VVILLIAM MANSFIELD MILLER 822 Lincoln Avenue s'1'EUnENv1LLE, Ol-110 MAJOR-Speech Lincoln Debate Club, Art Club, ,32, '33, C01- lrgian Staff, '33, Choral Union, '31, '32, Moun- tain Missionary Society, '31, '32, '33, '34, Min- isterial Association, '31, '32, '33, '34, Diploma in Speech, '34,. MARGARET V. NIITCHELL MAJOR-IIOIHL' Economifs Rtclss LANDING, PENNSYLVANIA Big Sister Club, '34, Spanish Club, '32, '33, Practice Teaching, '34. ELIGIO l E a 5 Q 9 E L I Z 1 l Jud I hoard a grcu! fuoiw out of hvafvrn saying, Bnhold, thf Iabwrnarlfr of God is fwith man, and hr will dfwrll with Ihf-nz, and ihey shall he his jmojrlf, and God himsflf shall ha' fwilh ihwnz, and ln' Ihrir God' -Rev. 2123. 5 3 z i Q 5 1 o B 1 I 0 PAGE 45 i I lH'.S'l'1'l'fl you fhl'l'f'f0fl', bl'1'fhfl'Il, by fha nII'rI'ir.v of God, llzat yn jvrzxwuf your bodirs a living .S'Ill'7'if1Al'l', holy, zu'rf'j1f11blf :mln Gnd, fbvhififl i5 your rrasolmble Jw'-1.Iif'1'. -Rom. I2lY. PAGE 46 SENIOR CLASS I MRS. D. L. MOORE R. F. D. No. .I NoRIfoI,K, VIRGINIA Mnjok-Mzuic Asbury Choral Union, '31, '32, '33, German Club, '32, '33, Mountain Missionary Society, '31g XR'0TI'l6Il'S Homiletical Association, '31g Secretary of Artist Series Committee, '34. PAUL OTT I ownoo, NEW YORK MAJOR-Plzilosopffy Ministerial Association, '32, '33, '34, Glee Club, '32, '33, '34, Baseball, '33. ELIZAIHCTII GERALDINE PARKER 3oo3 Montana Street III. PASO, TEXAS MAJOR-Iiiologiral Sfifnu' Spanish Club, '31, '32, Asbury Choral Union, '31, '32, Big Sister Club, '33, '34, Conservatory Music Supervisor, '33, '34g Student Volunteer Union, '3.I.. EARUDITI I XL SENIOR CLASS I MARGARET E. PATTERSON I622 N. VV:lshington Avenue ROYAL OAK, MICHIGAN MAJOR-S13FI'fh Sophidelphia Debate Club, Vice-President of Senior Class, '34, Student-Faculty Committee, '32, Big Sister Club, '33, '34, Women's Debate Squad, '31, '32, '33, '34, VVinner VVomen's State Oratorical Contest, '31, Winner State Peace Ora- torical Contest, '32, T. ALFRED PILSON 3951 North Eighth Street PHIIIADIELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA MA-IOR-Rffigi0u5 Edufation Vniversity of Kentucky, '33, Henry Clay Debate Club, Glee Club, '31, '32, Orchestra, '31, Col- lrgzan Staff, '32, ASBURIAN Staff, '32, RAYMOND E. PITTMAN 711 Bazore Street S'l'REA'l'0R, ILLINOIS MAJOR-Spanish Periclea Debate Club, Men's Glee Club, '31, '32, '33, '34, College Quartet, '33, '34, A. S. F. Com- mittee, '33, Artist Series Committee, '34, Stu- dent Volunteer Union, '31, '32, '33, '34, Student Instructor Archery, '33. ELIGIO I 2 is ii it as fs Il a. 55 EE zs 5? 5 sz t Z ,i 15 si -I ! S -5 ,t 3 5 - E 5 S 5 s I 5 Q . I I . . . Bu! Cod is faillzful, -who fwill not suffer you Io In' fflllfilftli almfur that yr' are ablf, but fwill fwiih lln' fL'llI17fllfi0ll also make a Away fo csrlllw, fha! yr may be ablr to llflll' it. -I Cor' 10:13. l E PAGE 47 'ii , l l 1 1 1 E 5 z 3 l E s S PAGE 48 i .lsle, and if slmll In' gi'7J1'lZ youu' seek, and yr' shall find, knofk, and it shall be ojwnml unlo ynu. For mfrry one Mat ask- wlll r1'1'r'if1,v'll1,' and lm Ilml smlewllz find- r'll1,' . . . Ik , -,.11.9,1o. SENIOR CLASS l'Al'I, KENNETH POTTER Amex, KANSAS MAJOR-Plfiloroplzy and Psyflmlogy Ciceronia Debate Club, Basketball, '32, '33, '34, "A" Club, Ministerial Association, '32, '33, '34, Asbury Choral Union, '31, '32, I-IDVVIN E. REEVES PACIFIC PALISADES, CALIFORNIA MAJOR-Pllilosojrhy and Psychology Ciceronia Debate Club, Basketball, '31, '32, '33, '34, "A" Club, Collegian Staff, '32, A. S. F. Committee, '32, Asbury Athletic Association, '33, ASBURIAN Stalt, '33, Treasurer of Junior Class, '33, Chaplain of Senior Class, '34, Senior Gift Committee, '34. ROLLAND R. RICE 831 N. Hobart Boulevard 1ioLL1'wooo, CA1,1FoRN1A MAJOR-Pllilosoplzy and Psychology VVilsonia Debate Club, President, '32, '33, Or- chestra, '31, '32, '33, '34, Collegian Staff, '31, '32, ASBURIAN Staff, '32, '33, Ministerial Asso- ciation, '31, '32, '33, '34, Student Volunteer Vnion, '33, '34, lfniversity of Southern Cali- fornia Summer School, '33. ERUDIT L ! I O T l SENIOR CLASS Q B ERN I CE SCHOONOV ER 214 E, Sandusky F1NDI.AY, 01110 MAJOR-llislory Sopliidelpbia Debate Club, Big Sister Club, '33, '34, Intercollegiate Debate Squad, '32, '33, '34, International Relations Cl11b, 33, '34, Associate Editor of ASBURIrXN, '33, Assistant News Editor of Collrgian, '32, Secretary of Student-Faculty Committee, '34, French Club, '32. CLARICE M. SHOCKLEY I3 Maple Street j1i1f1fERs0xv11.I,1s, 01110 INIAJOR-ljrlumliozz Miami University, '33, Euphemia Debate Club, Spanish CIIIIIW, '30, '31, '34, Student Volunteer I'ni0n, '30, '3I. JOIIN VV. SIMPSON 859 East Broadway s'1'1u'1'1-'0R1m, COXXIiC'I'ICL"I' MAJOR-llislory Cicerouia Debate Club, Basketball, '32, '33, '34, Baseball, '32, '33, '34, Track, '32, '34, UA" Club, Student Volunteer Union, '33, '34, Synedria, '32, '33, Ministerial Association, '34, International Relations Club, '33, '34, 1 . I 12 1 ,C l 4 I I U l E L I G I O Fork this Ihr fwill of Quit, mwlrz your 5I!IllhlfZ'L'eIfl07l, lhut yn should ahsluuz from H f0l'IIlL'fl1I0ll.' Thai mvwy om' of you should 1 knufw hofw to fmsscss his -zirssll in sanffifi- falirnz and !107I01U',' hess. 4:3, 4. gl il I I 2 'U .nib '00 l'1'l 1 I . l I Q 5 . if l I l l l PAGE 50 5 t ii E I l E ' 5 lin! nom! of Ilzmr' Ming: IVHIQJI' mn, ncillzar man! I my Iliff dvar' H1110 lllysrlf, so Mat I migffzl finish my l'0lU'5l' fwiflz joy, and lflz' mizzislry, whirl: I haw nwrz-vcd of the lmml .Il'.Yll.V. --Acts 20:24. SENIOR CLASS CHARLES RALSTON SMITH 2013 E. Cumberland Street PIIILADELPIIIA, PENNSYLVANIA MAJOR-Philosophy and Pxyfllology Ciceronia Debate Club, Baseball, '31, '32, '33, '34, Photo-Editor of ASBURIAN, '33, Athletic Editor of Collfgian, '33, Asbury Choral Union, '31, '32, '33s Meffs Glee Club. '31, '32, '33, '34, President, '34, "A" Club, Chaplain of Fresh- man Class, '31, Chaplain of junior Class, '33, President of Sophomore Class, '32, President of Senior Class, '34, A. S. F. Committee, '33, Ath- letic Association, '32, '33, '34, College Quartet, '33, '34- DOROTHY E. SPENCER 20+ W. Seventeenth Street ELMIRA IIEIGIITS, NEVV YORK MAJOR1'Ef1IlC0fi07l and Euylislz Sophidelphia Debate'Club, VVomen's Glee Club, '33, '34, Big Sister Club, '34, Latin Club, '32, Library Staff, '32, '33, Oneonta Summer Normal, Oneonta, New York, '32, '33, Asbury Choral Union, '32, '33, Track, '34. FRANK BATEMAN STANGER CEIIARVILLE, New JERSEY MAJOR-Philoxophy Ciceroniu Debate Club, President, '34, French Club, '31, Treasurer of Sophomore Class, '32, President of Junior Class, '33, A. S. F. Commit- tee, '33, '34, Student-Faculty Committee, '3I, '34, Synedria, '32, Intercollegiate Debate Squad, '31, '32, '33, Freshman Sponsor, '34, ERUDITI Xif SENIOR CLASS MILDRED L. STANIIOPE WVORCESTIER, MAs5ACuUsE'1"1'S I0 W. Oberlin Street MAJOR-Spanixh Missionary Institute, Nyack, New York, '17, '18, '19, '20, Missionary to South America, 1920- 1931, Big Sister Club, '34, Spanish Club, '33, '34, Student Volunteer l'nion, '33, '34, W'omen's IIomiletical Association, '33. RALPH VVILLARD STEESE Carter Avenue BARBERTON, OHIO MAJOR-Philosophy Geneva College, '31, Circulation Manager of Collfgian, '33, Artist Series, '34, Ministerial As- sociation, '32, '33, '34, Intercollegiate Debate Sqlwd, '33, '34- LILLY GERTRIIDE SVVURDS MAJok-Edumlion GORLITZ, GERMANY Hunter College, New York City, '33, Biblical Seminary, New York City, '33, German Club, '31, '32, '34, Chaplain, '34, French Club, '32, Student Volunteer I'nion, '31, '32, '34, Foreign Students' Club. ELIGIO iw ll il 1 0 E 1 l I liul ax il is mcrilfwz, lfyzf lmlh not swan, nor far hvard, 7lI'if,Il'I" 1111-vc vlzlrrfd info lfn' lzwzzrl of man, ilu' tflilzys wffifll Golf lmflz jwrwpanfd for Ihfnz tha! lofvr him. I Cor. 2 19. S 1 ii' El l 1 is l E il PAGE 5I 1 s ? 2" il Ei 3 l 3 E 3 1 1 s t l PAGE 52 f 3. ,Q E l Q l S s l 1 llnd lfmy that by 'wisp' .vhull Jflilll' as the lfrighlncsy of lhe fl'I'IIlllIl1L'llf,' and rhfy Ilzat lurn many to 1'igl1!c0u511css as ffm stars for ffzw' and rfvfr. Mzzrzy shall br puriffd and :nada fwlzite, . . . -Dan. IZI3, ro. SENIOR CLASS O ELIZABETH TAYLOR 1754 VVashington Boulevard CHICAGO, ILLINOIS MAJOR-Biological Sfiffliif Taylor Vniversity, '28, Frances E. Willard Hos- pital, '29, '30, '31, Big Sister Club, '33, Pre- Medical Club, '32, '33, '34, Spanish Club, '33, Student Volunteer Union, '33. MABEL IONE TAYLOR 728 East Avenue SIDNEY, 01110 MAJORlS0t'idl Scinzcv Mercy Hospital, Columbus, Ohio, Student Vol- unteer l'nion, '32, '33, VVOmen's Homiletical As- sociation, '32, '33, Big Sister Club, '33, '34. GVVENETH VV. THOMAS VVILMORE, KENTUCKY MAJOR-S1JL'1'Ch Philomathia Debate Club, Intercollegiate Debate Squad, '32, '33, '34, Big Sister Club, '33, '34, Freshman Sponsor, '34, A. S. F. Committee, '34, Stuclent-Faculty Committee, '34, ERUDIT NJ .5-. l O 5 : l SENIOR CLASS ROLAND M. THOMPSON MONROE, onto MAJOR-1'hiIo.fojvhy Ministerial Association, '31, l32, '33, '34 BURNETT GLENMORE TODD VVILMORE, KENTUCKY MAJOR-Biologiral Science Eastern Kentucky State Teacher's College, '31, Lincoln Debate Club. Q El Xi 1 , A 2 2 i SARA VANCE I 129 Knoxville Street FORT VALLEY, GEORGIA , MAJOR-English Lucy Stone Debate Club, Big Sister Club, '33, '34, Chaplain, '34, French Club, Spanish Club, Chaplain of Sophomore Class, '32, Library Staff, '34 2 3 3 S l 3 R E L I G I O SVU! by fworks of .r'iqh!f'0llJIll'A'5' fwlzich fwe umm dom: but mtardzng to 1115 llll'I'Cy fm safucd us, by flu' fwayfzing of rrgfncration, and I'1'll6'LUilly of lln' Iloly Ghost, fwlzirlz fn' shrd on us abundantly i f 5 S I PAGE 53 , ? , l f 5 I PAGE ' 54 I Q Sfand, lf1vr1'frn'f, flllfUill!j your loin: gift about fwillf lfltlh, and hafvizzg on lhc lnwzsfjblatv of l'iy1lf!'0ll5ll1'5.Y,,' and your fffl Mod fwilfz tfn' prfjraration of Ihr' gospel of praceg . . . -Eph' 6:14, IS. SENIOR CLASS Q PAYLINE J. VANIJERSALL N. Cory Street FINDLAY, 01110 lVIA,lOR-lf0lIlL' Efonomifxt lfincllay College, '32, VVomen's Homiletical As- sociation, '33, Orchestra, '33, '34, Big Sister Club, '34, Treble Clef Club, '34. DORIS E. VVARNER Clayton Avenue CLAYTON, NEW JERSEY MAJOR-Frrnfh Sophiclelphia Debate Club, Big Sister Club, '33, '34, French Club, Basketball, '33, Asbury Choral Vnion, '31, Mountain Missionary Society, '31 , Secretary of Athletic Association, '33, Chap- lain of Junior Class, '33, Secretary of Sophomore Class, '32, MARC IARICT VVARVVICK noivuax, cizokom MAJOR-Ilislory Piedmont College, '33, Big Sister Club, '34, Spanish Club, '31, '32, ERUDIT , SENIOR CLASS EDYTHE LEE VVELSH 4.04. Fourth Street LA GRANGE, KENTUCKY MAJOR-Biologiral Sfinnu' ROBERT R. VVENDLAND 333 Harber Street MANSFIELD, OIIIO MAJOR-History Periclea Debate Club, Treasurer of Senior Class, '34, International Relations Club, '33, '34, Span- ish Club, '31, '32, ASBURIAN Stair, '32, Collegian Staff, '32, Syneclria, '31, '32, Art Club, '32, Ifni- versity of Kentucky Extension Work, '33, MARTIN VVEST Star Route on, CITY, PENNSYLVANIA MAJOR-Plfilosoplfy Lincoln Debate Club, French Club, '32, Min- isterial Association, '31,-'32, '33, '34. ELIGIO gli fi I E I ,I 5 I I i Q I is E 5 l e I zllzofvr ull, Ialeiny ilu' sllirld of faillz, 'LL'lll'f'L"'lL'llh yn slzall ln, able' Io qllfllfh all tha fury darts of flu' fwifkrd. qlnd Iuka' Ihr hvllnri of salwaiion, and flzf sword of ilu' Spiril, fwllirll is ilu' -'word of God. -Eph. 6:16, 17. I 4 I ll I tl il QE ,. 5 l. 0 PAGE 55 1 1 S ' 1 6 5 S 5? fi 52 if 55 51 i f 1 5 l . PAGE 56 I S l s I 1 5 Z I if I l 3 1 5 Z , ,E il Iilcsyfrd are lfmse srrflxzllzls, whom Mu Lord 'UJIICIZ hu conzrlfz shall find matching: -ver- ily I my ulzlo you, Ihat he shall gird him- self, and nzakw Ihrm I0 sit dofwn lo meal, and -will L'0lIH' forth and svrfvc lhfm. -Lk. 12:37. SENIOR CLASS o KATHRYN VVESTERFIELD LEAKIESVILLE, MISSISSIPPI MAJOR-Englixh Morehead State Teachers College, '33, Library Staff, '31, '32, '33, '34s Big Sister Club, '33, '34s Classical Language Club, Spanish Club, Basket- ball, '32, '33, '34, Track, '32, '33, "A" Club. WVALLACE VVIGGINS c1anAR1'owx, GEORGIA MAJOR-Philosophy and Pxyfhology Perielea Debate Clubg Artist Series Committee, '34, Ministerial Association, '33, '34, President of Georgia Club, '32, '33, '34g A. S. F. Commit- tee, '32. G. ALLENE VVILSON koml. OAK, MICHIGAN MAJOR-English Lucy Stone Debate Club, Shakespeare Club, French Club, '31, '32, German Club, '33, Li- brary Staff, '31, '32, '33, '34g Big Sister Club, '33, '34, President, '34, A. S. F. Committee, '34. ERUDIT I O NJ SENIOR CLASS GLADYS ELIZABETH VVOLFE 0k'l'0XvII.I.la, MICHIGAN MrK3l0R1S0l'idl Scimzfe lfniversity of Michigan, School of Nursing, '27, '28, '29, '30, School of Literature, '31, '32, Big Sister Club, '31, Spanish Club, '24, '25, '26, '31, Student Volunteer Union, Pre-Medical Club. jAMES G. VVOODSON 105 Queensbury Heights MIIJDLESBORO, KENTUCKY MAEIOR-S0Cidl Srifnce Spanish Club, '31, '32, '33, '34, Basketball, '31, '32, '34s "A" Club: Track, '31, '32, '35, '34s Mountain Missionary Society, '34, GERALD R. ZIMMER 135 VVnll Street MARION, OHIO NIAJOR-E7lgliJh Ciceronia Debate Club, ELIGIO eq 3 :E El 2 1 f x i 5t 5, x l . lt it gi it 2 Z L li i E' 5 S g, l Q5 Si 2 ? I am crucified with Christ: mrfuc'rlh1'l1'Js I lifvcg yet no! I, hut Christ lifvrlh in mr: and the life fwhifh I now lim' in fha flrsh I lim- by Ihr failh of Ihr Son of God, fwhn l0'l.'I'ff mf, and yawf himsrlf for mf. -Gul. 2:20. O PAGE 57 resenting the IJNIIIII For God hath not appointed us to wrath but to obtain salvation by our Lord Jesus Christ. Who died for uk, that, Whether we wake or sleep, we should live together with him' -I Thess. 5:9, I0. 1 OFFICERS D If IE VV. COBB l'rr5id1'nI MAR Y B U CH Vic'1'-1'rnsidfn1 Rl"1'II LAVVRENCE Sfffnflary ROBERT M. SMITH Tn'asurz'r RAY P. PANNABECKIER Chaplain MARDIELLE AMSTFTZ Chaplain lllf flf E R U I E . PAGE 60 JUNIOR CLASS EVA AKERS AMOS c,xLI.Aw,II', VIRGINIA GEORGE VVILLIAM AMOS c.xI,I.fxvV,II', vIRr:IxI.x MARDELLE M. AMSTUTZ 312 E. Oak Street 0RIzVII.I,Ic, OIIIO HVGH A, HARNETT, JR. MELROSE, I'I.0RII1A GRACE PITKIN ISIRGE BURDIYIVIY xnw YORK MRS. CAROLLA BISHOP wII.IvIoRI:, KI-:N'I'UcKY LLOYD BOOTS BEAVER FALLS, PI:NxsI'I.v,IxIA .IANIES BORDERS 210 Lanier Avenue sIIAwMU'I', ALABAMA VVALTER G. BORCHERS 209 N. Xxvllllllll' Street WILMORII, Kr:x'I'uCKY FLORA BOYLE 3788 Ibis Street SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA D I T I O If ye Ihrzz hu risen -with Christ, .vfrk Ihoye things fwhzch are ahu-vw, fwhrrp Christ xittclh on lhf right hand o God. Sft your ajfrfizon on ihingfs ahofuf, not on Ihuzgs on Ihr mrfh. -COL 3 I 2 JUNIOR CLASS MARY ELIZABETH BITCH BAREVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA VVILLIS LEE CARRITTH IO6 Gillispie Street VVILMORE, KENTUCKY HERBERT SIGNOR CLINGEN I6 Forest Avenue GLEN COVE, NEVV YORK DEE VV. COBB 536 S. Hope Street 1,05 ANGELES, CALIFORNIA J. WILBITR COLE VVILMORE, KENTUCKY MURLIN DAY VVILMORE, RENTUCRI' CLAUDE S. DAYTON 4.30 VVindsor Avenue MARION, CALIFORNIA MILES DEPAGTER 4770 Holcomb nE'I'R01T, MICHIGAN BLANC!-IE EVELYN DOVVNING 2420 Second Street VVICHITA, KANSAS MAVDE BROVVN EDVVARDS 318 Central Avenue If0R'1' VALLEY, GEORGIA 1112 that is slofw Io anger is brilrr ihan the mighfyg and he Ilzal rulflfz his spirit Ihan ln' that talezrlh a fify. He tha! hail: no rulz owr his o-wn spirit is likf a riiy that is brokfn dnfwn and Lwithonl fwalls. -Pkov. 16:32, 25:28. ELIGIO .J E I l ERU X o PAGE 62 JUNIOR CLASS C ISABELLE GRACE EMPET R. R. No. 1 SUSQUEHANNA, I'lfXNSYl.VANlA lNl:XRC9ARl5T Gl2R'1'Rl'l7F FITHIAN 3503 Glenwood Avenue 1'0L7NGs'r0vs'x, 01110 ELBERT M. FLY 200 N. Fourth Street MARION, KANSAS XVARRIQN l3'OSSli'l'T 515 S. lVl:1in C.XI,llVS'lzl1l., KXXSAS C'L."Xl'DE VV. GALLUVVAY Roselvank Avenue X.XSl'lVIl,l.l'f, 'l'l'fXXlfSSlfE VVALTER YV. GARRIOTT 543 E. Muin Street IJANVILLE, Kl5N'1'UcKv MISS BILL IIARNFY 101 Bellevue VVILNIORIC, KliXl'L'CKY CHESTFR IIIEWVFS 101 Lexington Avenue VVILMORH, 1uaN'1'UcKY BEATRICIC IIORTON 620 Grahfnn Avenue ILLSINORE, C.'Xl,ll"0RNlA 15. FRANCES IIVUIIES VVILMORI-I, Klax'1'L'cKY IH1'5.wrl is Ihr' man that 'fLUdlh'l'fh not in thc coun.t1'l of Ihr urzgodly, nor slandrih in Ihr fway of sinnnrs, nor .fillrih in Ihr .wal of Ihr Sfllfllflll. But his delight is in Ihr Inu' of Ihr' Lord. -PSA. 1 11, 2. JUNIOR CLASS JOSEPH KISER ST. PARIS, OIIIO FRANCES KNAPP 1810 Young Street CINCINNATI, OII1O MARION LAMB IO38 VVOOdville TOLEDO, OIIIO RUTH LAVVRENCE MAYBEURY, WEST VIRGINIA ESTHER LEACII cOI.nEx cA'I'I:, ILLINOIS RUSSELL LEE 427 Lillll Street PEORIA, ILLINOIS HILTON MORTON 1430 W. SI Place Los ANGELES, CALIFORNIA VVILLIAM URVILLE NEEL 723 N. Washington WELLINGTON, KANSAS FOREST OGILVIE 4510 Evergreen Avenue JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA ROBERT B. OWENS RAGO, KANSAS Ql- rn Therefore lake no thought, saying, lVhal shall fwe eat? R E L I G I Q or, What xhall we drink? or, llfherefwiihal shall 'we he elolhed? , . . for your heafvenly Faiher knofwelh that ye have need of all these lhings. -MATT. 6:31, 3 K D , K PAGE 63 ,+ -Y -- -Y , JUNICR CLASS RAY PANNABECKER II3O Deiiroff Street GRAND 1.1:11Gr:, M1C111GAN RICHARD S. PITTMAN 711 Bnzore Street S'I'RIiA'l0R, ILLINOIS VIRGINIA PRITCHARD OIBANNON, KENTUCKY CHARLES REED R. R. No. 2 XEVV vv,x'11aRF0R1u, OIIIU ELMA REED R. R. No. 3 ASH'I'ABUI.A, OIIID MELVIN REYNOLDS Box 946 S1112RM1xN, NEW YORK ID. POWICLI. ROYSTIER R. R. No. 3 coswnox, K1eNTuCKx' LEIGHTON SHEPARD 203 Everett Square 1f0R'1' v1x1.1.r:x', G1-101161.11 MINNIE LEE SIKIES FORT Vs'III'lIIi, 1'Lo1z1n,x ROBERT SIVIITII Pottery Addition, R, D. 1 S'I'ElfIiENVII,I.E, 01110 R U D I T I O IVho5o1'fverther1'forf shall fonfess me lzeforf mm hzm I EEE X X XL.. PAGE 64 will I 1'o11f1'.v5 also lzrforv n1yFa1l1fr fwlzifh is in heafvfn But flL'll050l'RJ1'l' slmll dfny me before men, hun fulll I also dflly lII'f0l'!' my Fatlzrr. -MA'1'1'. 1 o 3 JUNIOR CLASS VVILBUR SMITH sAo PAULO, BRAZIL EVA LAVINIA STANTON 670 Windermere Avenue TORONTO, CANADA LOITISE TAYLOR 1804. VV:Ishington Boulevard CHICAGO, ILLINOIS TIIOMAS THORP IIURIIETT, NEVV YORK L. STANLEY TIETZE 501 Punta Gorda Avenue E. MCKEESPORT, PENNSYLVANIA CHARLOTTE TROXEL 32 Kirin Road 1'IEN'1'sIN, CIIINA DOROTHY VVEAVER 257 Main Avenue EAST TVVIN FALLS, IIIAII0 IRENE VVHITNEY KINIIE, MICHIGAN THERON VVILLIS 506 VV. Front S'l'A'l'ESVII.LE, NORTH CAROLINA ELLEN MAY VVILSON R. R. No. I CRAVVFORDSVILLE, INDIANA My son, despisf not the fhaslcning of the Lordg ncilhrr be -wrary of his rorrcclion: For -whom Ihr Lord Iofvcrfz he forrvfirthg 0-'van as a fallzrr Ilze son in -whom he deliglzlclh. -PROV. 3:11, I2- EL IGIO E I . PAGE 65 resentinq the Solvno ants It is vain for you to rise up early, to sit up late, lo eat the bread of sorrows: for so he giveth his beloved sleep. Blessed is every one that feareth the Lord: that Walketh in his Ways- -Psa. I27:2g lzafn. OFFICERS JANIES D. GIBSON Prfxident VERLA RUTH Via'-Prcsidmzt ELIZABETH SHAW Trmsurvr HERBERT NULL T feaxurzfr JOHN IVICINTYRE Chaplain BERINHCE OVERMYER Chaplain MAXINE BAIRD Sfrrelary IIE f flf I ERU SOPHOMORE CLASS MARY VIRGINIA ANDERSON TORONTO, OHIO KATHE PAULA AUSTEL AUE IN SAXONY, GERMANY LLOYD VV. BABB EAST LIVERPOOL, OHIO KATHRYN SUE BAILEY CAMILIIA, GEORGIA ELIZABETH MAXINE BAIRD VVELLINGTON, KANSAS EDNA MAE BALD OAKMONT, PENNSYLVANIA VIRGINIA JUNE BALLARD STEUBENVILLE, OHIO GREY CHARLES BEAMAN TROY, NORTH CAROLINA j X ,f I Xi! ' PAGE 68 CHARLOTTE D. BIEHN WEST CHESTER, PENNSYLVANIA MARTIN J. BRINTON EAST BANGOR, PENNSYLVANIA ELEANOR CARRITTH WILMORE, KENTUCKY OTIS C. CHAMBERS KLEEN KOAL, VVEST VIRGINIA NOEL BROMLEY CLARK REX, GEORGIA VELA HOWELL CLEVELAND FORT MEADE, FLORIDA MARION CLINGEN GLEN COVE, NEW YORK NELDA COX WILMORE, KENTUCKY HOWARD CURTIS MOOERS, NEW YORK GEORGE THOMAS DAVIS BRISTOL, 'TENNESSEE RITTH DEAN DUNAVVAY ATLANTA, GEORGIA Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heafvy laden and I fwill gi-ve you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn of meg . . . For my yoke is eufy, and my burden is light. -NIATTI 11:28-30. 1 SOPHOMORE CLASS HAROLD DITTT MARION, OHIO HESTER EASLEY NEVV CANTON, ILLINOIS DONNA FISHER I'I.UsHINu, OHIO DELI-BERT LINDLE FLOYD STURGIS, KENTUCKY THORNTON FOVVLER cHARLO'I"I'E, TENNESSEE CARL FRODERMAN VVILMORE, KENTUCKY FORREST FROGGE VVILVIORE, KENTUCKY LILLIAN GARDNER CORUNNA, MICHIGAN DAVID CIAITPP OAKDALE, PIINNsI'I.v.xNIA ELIZABETH GIBSON IIRIIIGEION, NEW JERSEY JAMES DAVID GIBSON wII.1vIORE, RIQNIUCRY VERNON CIOODHAND SIIARPTOVVN, MARYLAND MERRIMAN HAMBLIN UNION, SOUTH CAROLINA JAMES HARMON EVVING, KENTUCKY EVELYN IIARBISON IIYERSBURG, TENNESSEE LESTER HELD s'I'RII'I'HERs, OHIO ARTHUR HENDERSON vANOAI,I.I, ILLINOIS LOMA RITTII HOITSLEY EAST CANTON, OHIO ROLAND VERNON HVDSON 'I'oLEno, OHIO Bu! fwhfrf sill !lb0llll!1L'd, gran' did mufh mnri' abouna'.' That as :in hath rtiynml unto death, i"1.'1'n so might gmac reign through rightwozixnfss unto rlcrnal Ziff by Jvsus Christ our Lord. -ROM. 5:20, 21. E L I G I O E . PAGE 69 I 4.129 " I 1 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 P I I I I I I I I I 'EE I i 16 II EZ F? lJ EJ I PAGE 70 SOPHOMORE CLASS VVILLIS HULL IIINGIIAMTON, NEW YORK FRANCES H UMMER 'I'l'I'USVll.I,E, PENNSYLVANIA EVAN JONES VVES'l'ERVIl.I,E, 01110 MARK KROEHLER 1IING1f1,xMTON, NEVV YORK MINNIE LATHAM ASBURI' PARK, NEW JERSEY RONALD LAW U'I'1cA, OHIO EDYTHE LEWIS MOOERS, NEW YORK RUBY LIGHTLE nE'I'RoI'I', MICHIGAN KATHERINE MCAFEE VVILMORE, KENTUCKY JOHN MUINTIRE VVILMORE, KENTUCKY WALTER CLIFTON MASON IIIN'1'ON, VIRGINIA 'WILLIAM MAXVVELL v1'II,M0RE, KENTUCKY IIAROLD E. MILLARD EAST LANSING, MICIIIGAN VIRGINIA MIX RIIIGWAY, PENNSYLVANIA KERMIT JOHN NORD JAIvIEs'I'OWN, NEVV YORK MYRTLE NORMAN BYERS, TEXAS HERBERT NULL R1nGw.xY, PENNSYLVANIA li ERNI CE OVERMYER LINDSEY, OHIO DOROTHY PINO LANSING, MICHIGAN lirhold, lhc Lord'5 hand is not shortcnfd, ihal it Can- nol .vf11v1',' neithfr his ear heavy, that it cannot hear: ll'hcn lhe fmfnly shall mmf in like a flood, the Spirit of fha Lord shall lift up a .standard against him. -ISA. 59:1, 19. SOPHOMORE CLASS ORLOVV A. RUSHER SCOTIA, NEW YORK BERNARD RUSSELL PALwIET'I'O, FLORIDA VERLA RUTH HUNTINGTON PARK, CALIFORNIA GEORGE SHAFFER VA NIJERGRIFT, PENNSYLVANIA ELIZABETH SHAW CLEVELAND, OHIO HESSEL SHOTWELL IIICKEY, NORTH DAKOTA CLARENCE SIMPSON COLLEGE HILL, OHIO BENTON SNEARY ROSSRURG, OHIO . AWARE STEINHART WILMINGTON, ILLINOIS JENNIE LYNN STRICKLAND DOUGLASVILLE, GEORGIA ERIKA TAKARO ELUSIIING, NEVV YORK ROBERT TATE SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS MRS. L. G. TINNELL CASCADE, VIRGINIA LEE VARNER ROXBORO, NORTH CAROLINA JAMES VVESTEREIELD LEAKESVILLE, MISSISSIPPI GEORGE WILCHER CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA FAITH VVIRSCHING CHICAGO, ILLINOIS DREW WOLCOTT MAPLEVVOOD, NEVV JERSEY EVELYN YITST SYLVIA, KANSAS Let no man dau-i-ve himsclf. If any man among you .mmnellz to be fwisn in this fworld, Ift him bl'l'0I7lL' a fool, that he may be fwise. For the fwisdom of tlzix Aworld is foolisllness fwilh God. -I COR. 3:18, 19' Qi I2 si I Ti Ie EL IGIO . ,T PAGE 7l J' qnwnmxaxll' ,Ne resentinq the RIS W, wal: f A x-ha , Obey them that have the rule over you, and submit yourselves: for they Watch for your souls, as they that must give account, that they may do it with joy, and not with grief: for that is unprofitable for you. -Heb. l3ZI7. OFFICERS M EREIJITH SMITH Prfsident MARJORIE SAVAGE Virf-Presidmzt RUTH ZIEMER Trfasurer HAYDEN CARRUTH Trvasunfr FORREST CH URCH Chaplain AVA ANNE PIERSON Chaplain JANE HECKENIDORN Svfrelary flffll T1 FRESHMAN CLASS AGNES AEBEI' . . . IIARRY LOUIS .ADAMS . DWIGHT AMs'I'UI'z . . IZIIGENIA ANDERSON . RUTII ANDERSON . . r1illOMAS JOE .AVHRY . . RlfVfX BEI.I.E .AYIDR . . IEI,IzAI:E'I'II BAI.I.ARn . MARIAX BARBER . MAROAREI' BARTON . LOUISE BAXTER . . . . Rantlolpll, N. Y . . Bellville, 0 . . Orrville, O . VVaShingtOn, Pa . . VVilmOre, Ky . . Grnysville, Incl . . . .AylOr,Va Gap Mills, VV. Va - . -MCIlflI1ll, 0 . VVellingtOn, Kan - . Greenwoocl, Intl. JLrI.IA EI.IzAIIE'III l'lliAI,I.. . Clarksburg, Md MARYBERO. . . A . . Cedarville, N. J. JAMES EIJVVARII BESI' . Sulphur Springs, Tex j. R. l5Il,I.INCSI.IiY . VVlIite Sul. Spgs., W. VII MARY PIARKXHSS BIROII . . . Burdette, N. Y lfl'ZXNE'I'H IiI.wOOI1 BIRNEY . . Hopedule, O LAURA BOYO . . . . I.U'l'IIlER B. BRIIIOERS . GEORGIA BRUNIZR . LLfCII,I.E BYRON . . - VVlI.I.I.-XM N. BURTON . GRACE BUYERS . . . XVINOXA D. liONNIi'l'l'li . Harrisville, W. Va. . . . . Duliois, Pa. S . . Gainesville, Cm. . Stanford, KV. . . Lexington, KV. . . Odom, Ind. .- 1.II.l.IAN J, CAl.llVK'IiI.I. . Tarpon Springs, Fla. IIAIIIEN CARRUIII . . JOIIN VERNOX CARRUTII ANXAIIEI, CARSON . . l7ORI'S E. CARY . . . .WVilmOre, KV. . . .VVilmOre, KV. . Middleport, 0. . Wilmore, Ky. Wilmcmre, Ky. fiORDON CHAPIIE . . . . Erieville, N. Y. FORREST Row. CIIURCII . Winston-Salem, N. C. If any of you lark fwisdom, let him ask of God, thai R U D I T I O . - .1 PAGE 74 gzfvwlfz In all nwn l1l11'rally, and upbraidelh nol,' and it .vfmll ln' giqurzz lzinz. lin! ffl lzim ask in failh, nofhiny H1I"L'l'l'll1y. bins. I :Sy 6. FRESHMAN CLASS OPAL JEAN CI.liVlCI.ANll . . Fort Mexule, Flu RUTII COPPACIE . . . MALCOLM 'COX . CHARLES CRAIN . . DAVID II. CRAWFORD J. I'IAROI.l7 CROSS . . JOSEPH LOUIS CROUSIQ . . Trent, Tex. . . VVilmOre, Ky . . Nlinllezlpulis, MIIIII . . . .EIHICIIYOILPH . . ColIIInbDs, 0 . . Greensboro, N. C KIMBER FRANKLIN CROUSIA: . Greemburn, N. C PIO DABA . . . I'EuI'gOw, Ilocos Sur, P. I XVILLIAM II. IDIETERICII . . Iillinwood, Kas PAUL DOLBY .... . , Columbus, O POLLEY E. DOUOHERIN' . . . Azusa, Cal ELIZABETH DUNN . EMORY ELLMORE . . JANE LEE ENGLAND . MARGARET EI.IZABE'l'II CAROLYN FLICKINGER EDITH FLORENCE . . LORA L. FOSTER . . SARA F. FRANKLIN . WILLIAM E. CJILL . HERBERT CILASSON . EVAN VVILLIAM GOOD MILDRED ffRlSCOM . . . . .AlliaDn'e, O . . Gaithersburg, Md . . .ChillicOthe, 0. FAIN . . Nlidwuy, Ky , . .LOwelIville, O 7 . . VS ilmore, Ky. . . Corning, N. Y. . Glasgow, Ky. . Zzlnesiield, O. . . VViImDre, Ky. . . . Mendon, O. . Medford, N. J. MILDRED QIUILES .... VVellsburg, N. Y. LEONARD PI-QRCY HACKNEY . Iirieville, N. Y. JOHN HENRY HAMBLEN . . Sweetwater, Tex. M. JANE HECKENDORN . Grosse Point, Mich. Ei' E3 . . NORl.AN C. PIIENDERSOX . . . Vamlulin, Ill. I I VISRDA MAE HENRX' . . . . . Ashley, O. 5 LOUISE ROMOLA HERMAN . . . Berne, Ind. lVh1'rmci1l1al shall a young man flcansf' his -way? By taking lwwd Ilwrrio affording to llzy word. Thy fworrl R E L I G I llflfllt' I hid in mim' fIe"lll'f, fflllf I llliyflf 1101 .vin againxl Ihw' -PSA. IIQIQ, II. I o T J PAGE 75 .Q- N 5.3 PAGE 76 FRESHMAN CLASS F'I'I1IA'N MAE Hoon . . I,A'I'ON EARLE HOLMCRIEX lVlIiRRlLI. PIUTCIIIQNS . VVINIERED JAYNE . . EVELYN KAUFMAN . FDNA HELEN KIR'l'I.1XN' . JOHN l.AMB . . VVILLIAM LAIIIAM . OAKLEY LEIST . FMMETT LOGAN. . . LAWRENCE VV.-XRD LORD . RUTII MCAITEE . SARAH lVlCCAI.LA . EUNICE MCFARLAND . KATIIERINE MCSPADDIN . VVOODROVV lVIARSHAI.I. . EI.I.IO'I' C. MEANS . . . IHONALD lVIIlJDl.E'IiOX . . I'IOI.I..-XND lVlILI.ER . . IIANNA1-I MOON. . . IIARMON DAVID MOORE . KAIIILEEN MORGAN . REYNOLDS N.-XNKIVEI. . ROBERT ADRIAN OETJEN PHYLLIS OGDEN. . . FRANCES OWEN . . ,AVA ANNE PIERSON . . RAMITY PORTER . . HARRY ROGERS . . , VIRGINIA ROVVLANIJ-S . MARJORIE SAVAGE . . . . Corning, N. Y . Minneapolis, Minn . Economy, Ind . Elmira, N. Y . Greenville, Pa . Momloc, Ind . Economy, Ind . XR7llfYl0I'C, Ky . Stoutsville, O . . llartforfl, Ky Mission Beach, Cal . . Lnkelancl, Fla. . Cexiterlmrg, 0. . Tocoma, Wash. . New Albany, Innl. Greenalmank, VV. Va. . San Antonio, Tex. Mingo junction, O. . . .RogerS, Ark. . San Francisco, Cal. . . Vlleclowee, Ala. . Miami, Fla. . . .Wilmore, KV. . Royal Oak, Mich. . . Clayton, N. J. . . VVilmore, Ky. . Indianapolis, Ind. . . Hopple, N. D. VVillirImston, N. C. . Toronto, Can. . . Lexington, Ky. For ollzrr foundation fan no man lay than lhat is laid E R U D I T I O 'LU!llL'h is Jfsus Chrisl. If any ll1tHll54'LC0fk abidz' fwhizh ln' halh built I'll!'f1'llf70ll, lm shall I'1.'I'1'lfZH,' rrfward. -l COR. 3:11, 14. FRESHMAN CLASS JOHN SEAMANDS . LOUIS SllliI.BURNli . EARI. SMI'I'II . . HOWIQLI. E. SMI'I'II . MIsI:IfDI'I'II SMIIII . . IEI.IzAI2Ic'I'II SI'IsNcE . QIERALD S'I'ANDLIaI' . CI'IARI.Iss D. STOKES . BE'1"I'YS'l'ONE . . . LoUIsIs STONE. . . CLOYD r1'EMPl.Ii . Liao TPINNIES. . . Lois 'I'IIoIvIIxs . . fiAR0l.D TIIUMM . . RUTII VAN SCIVIIR . PAM VVADDEL1.. . ISABEL VV.xI,L.xcIc . EARNESI' VVEBII . . WILLIAM VVr:I,I.s . MIXRJORIIZ VVIII'I'Ia . GORDON VVIIIINIQI' . PAUI. VVIIITTICX . . LEON VVl'1"l' . . . BIiUI.A H MAE VVII.sO N JANIVI' VVISSIXGHR . . Makotfkx' VVI'I"I'wIcR . . . VVilmore, Ky. . . Bristol, Va. . . College Hill, O. . . Hapeville, Ga. . Sharpshurg, Pa. . . Birmingham, Ala. . . Randolph, N. Y. . . , . Seoul, Korea XN7illlillTlSCllVHlC, N. Y. v Point Pleasant, W. Va. . . . . Shauck, O. Eaat Randolph, N. Y. . . .WiImore, Ky. . . Friendly, VV. Va. . Dclanco, N. J. . Cedartown, Ga. . , Hartford, Ky. . . Belzoni, Nliss. . .MIIllens, VV. Va. Huntiligton Park, Cal. . . .Peckville, Pa. - North Easton, Niass. . vs7iSCITlZlIltUVYI1, Ky. . . Plain Dealing, La. , . Altoona, Pa. . . .Berne, Ind. LEONARD VVoI.co'I"I' . . . Maplewood, N. J. Es'I'IIIiIt MAIQ Yoctrivi . . Sugar Grove, O. CIIARLIES VV. YOUNG .... Pittshurgll, Pa. LUIIIIQR YOUNG . . . . Madison, Ala. RUII-I NAOMI ZIHMER . Toledo, O. Study fo show tlzysrlf approwd ufzlo Cod, a fworlcnzan R E L I lfzat lll'!'L!l.'fh nal to be ll5LllllIltf'd, riglllly di-viding the unrd of lrulll. Bu! foblish and llllll'LlfllL'ci QIlL'5fi0ll5 wvoifl, knofwiny that they do gcndcr sfrifcs. -II TIM. 2:15, 23. i Q 1, ll l I 4 S GIO E I 0 PAGE 77 RU xx O PAGE 78 THE INTERLCCUTOR AND EDITOR 1m'r'rIorulor.' But how strange that you had planned nothing for this page! Editor: Yes, sir, I was very perplexed about it. VVhat do you think Int.: Ed.. Int Ld.. Int Ed.. I should put here? YVell, I don't know whether it should have been here or not, but I wish that you had somewhere written an article explaining why you put a verse of scripture on every page. I was quite surprised. VVere you? Why, si1', should you be surprised if the words which have spelt very life to the students at Asbury and to people the world over for ages past are used reverently on the pages ot a college annual? Oh, don't misunderstand me. I didnlt mean to infer that the scriptures are incongruous with a year-book. It only struck me somehow as strangei IXIay I quote what David said in one of his Psalms? Surely. "The law of the Lord is perfect, converting the soul: the tes- DITIO timony of the Lord is sure, making wise the simple. The stat- utes of the Lord are right, rejoicing the heart: the Command- ment of the Lord is pure, enlightening the eyes. The fear of the Lord is clean, enduring forever: the judgments of the Lord are true and righteous altogether. lVIore to be desired are they than gold, yea than much Hne gold: sweeter also than honey and the honeycomb. IN'Ioreover by them is thy servant warned: and in keeping of them there is great rewardfy Now, sir, my thesis is that the Word of God which is of such supreme importance to man is not amiss in any place where it may be read with profit by a human being. Inf.: I think you are not far wrong. All scripture is gifven by inspiration of God, and is profffable for doftrinf, for reproof, for correction, for instruttion in rigf1teou5nr's.s'.' That the man of God may br perfect, thoroughly furnished unlo all good works. -II Tim. 3:16, 17. .l, Come now, ana let us reason together, saith the Lord: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be while as snowy though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool. Isa. I:I8. SE resentinq the N A ll Y For the eyes of the Lord are over the righteous, and his ears are open unto their prayers: but the face of the Lord is against them that do evil. -I Pet. 3:lZ. wr 1 Q fat? 0 MORRISON HALL' 5 FACU LTY SAMUEL A. MAXWELL iv1.A,, 1a11.M., 1:.11., s.'r.B. FRA N R P. MoRR1s 1a.11., 11.11. W11.111:R R. REYNOLDS M.A., P11.11. I VV11,L1A1v1 D. ,IlURKING'l'ON Mn., '1'n.B. IJAISY D. QIRAY M.A,, 1.11. FRE11 II. LARRABEE 11.11., 11.11. FLMER E. OVERMYER Prosiilwrzl of Seminary Siudvnt Body ASBU RY THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY Illfl'7'l0l'lll0l'.' I know a little abo11t Asbury Seminary. A preacher fI'lCI1Kl of mine graduated from here. Does it have a good enrollment this year? Editor: Yes, it has the best enrollment this year that it has ever had. Int.: Is it still fundamental? You bet it is, and has no apologies to make to anyone. I think that this sem- inary has a tremendous place to fill i11 this world. Look what it is doing: In an age of wickedness, it is sending forth men whose lives have been made holy by the power of God. ln an hour of doubt, it is sending out heralds with a positive message. In all era of discoiiragemeiit, it is sending forth men who possess the hope of the world. In a time of uncertainty, it is proclaiming to the world the unfailing Christ, a11d ill an age of futility, it is sending forth messengers with Spirit-filled, Spirit-einpowered lives to prese11t a gospel which makes life a glorious Victory. It gives to those preparing within its walls not only that which they must have to face life, but also that which will satisfy the spiritual hunger of the world. Ezl.: . . . and yo know in all your hearls and in all your souls, Ilia! no! ony thing llllfll failed of all Ilia good R E L' I G I O things quliirh tin' Lord your God spake lf0llfI?l'l1l7Zg you ,' all are form' lo pass unlo you. -Joshua 23:14. 0 PAGE 83 RUDITIO PAGE 84 SENICR CLASS o CHESTER J. BFZZARD Spur Avenue Prix ARGYI., PENNSYLVANIA A.B., Asbury College, Men's Glee Club, '3I, '3 '33 VVILLIAM B. CRANFORD sIf0'I'sYI.v,xxIA, VIRGINIA A.li., Vniversity of Denver, Iliff Schoc ology. CLARKE DAVIS LARUII, OHIO A.l3., Asbury' College, A. S. F. Comm CHESTER FINKBEINER coxxIsI.I,, w,xsHING'I'0x Il of The ittec, '34. A.li., X'x7llllilIIlCttC lfniversitvg lVliIIisterial A550 7 34 ciation, l33, '34g liusklitbnll, l33, Fwd Ih1'flnr'1c of God fzvhiclf i5 anmng yolf, faking flll' ofvzwigfhi llzrreof, no! by C0ll5I'I'tliIlf, 1111! fwlllilzglyg :ml for filthy lu1'r1', but of a ready Illilldj , . . Iwi mvzplvs fo llzc fiork. -I Pct. 5: ny rn- 2, 3. B., Asbury Collegeg Henry Clay Debate Club. l E g I I S I 2 I I I i I SENIOR CLASS f E ' I O 3 I l 5 I I I I 5 U Y 5 I I I l NOBLE C. GRAY 5 T VVILMORE, KENTUCKY l A.B., Asbury College. E l 7 5 I I l Z I I E E . I l CLARE S. HALL VVILMORH, KIINTUCKY l E 1 Q 5 5 2 3 I I 4 i I I Z I E E 2 l CLAUDE R. KINSLEY 5 I LAS ANIMAS, COLORADO I V A.B., Asbury College. V 5 l l 2 I 2 I l z l E BENJAMIN R. LEWIS l I I I E 5 NEW MATAMORAS, OHIO 5 Q 5 I A.B., Asbury College. Q l E E l l I , 2 l l I ie I l l 5 flmide in mr' and I in you. I am the -vinr, yr' are the Ilranrlzfsi III that allizlfllz in 7l1l'-, and I in llilll, flu' R E L' I G I O samz' bringfflz forth Illllfll fruit: for fwiflmul mr' yn fan do nothing. -Jw 1524. 5- . I PAGE 8 5 X SENIOR CLASS O JOSEPH Il. LEVVIS 508 N. Lexington Avenue VVILMORF, Ki2x'1'L'CKY A.B., Asbury College. GEORGE S. LIGHTNER VVILMORE, KENTUCKY A.B., Asbury College, Student-Faculty Commit tee, '34, Manager Asbury Bookstore, '33, '34. BOYD E. MACRORY BETUANY, 0Kl.All0lVlA A.B., Asbury College, Henry Clay Debate Club Asbury Male Quartet, '32, '33, Glee Club, '32 33, lenms, '32, '33, Basketball, '32, '33, '34 Baseball, '32, '33. GEORGE RUSSELL NACHTRIEB 246 N. Clifton Avenue vs'1CH1'i1x, KAXSAS A.B., Asbury College. E R U D I T I O Ye are the lighzf of ihc nworld. A rily fha! is xft on a PAGE 86 hzll rafznol hr hul. Lf! your lzghl so Jhllll' before mm, lhat they may :fr your yood fworlcs, and glorify your Faihrr whirl: is in lzmlvwz. -Matt, 5: 14, 16. 1 4 I I l 5 I SENIOR CLASS E I ' l 2 l E. E. OVERMYER 3 LINDSAY, OHIO A.B., Asbury College, President of Seminary Q Student Body, Instructor and Coach of Debate. l 1 E E 5 GORDON H. STANTON 1443 Bresee Avenue PASADENA, CALIFORNIA A.B., Asbury College, Graduate VVork at Uni- . versity of Southern California, Lincoln Debate Club, Ministerial Association, ,33, y34. f l l I 3 I i s 3 1 E I RAYMOND E. SVVINEHART f R. F. D. No. 2 rsovvrzksrox, oIIIo Diploma, Kent State Teacher! College, '24, A.B., , Asbury College, Mountain Missionary Society, , '34g Student Volunteer Union, '3.Ig Ministerial Association, '3.t. EUGENE TIIAYER OAKLAND, MARYLAND AB., Asbury College. LAMBERT G. TINNELL UNION HALL, VIRGINIA A.B., Asbury College. f Hr' lhat hath my rollzmandnlmzls, ami kn'ju'lfz tlzwnz, hw R E L il is ffmt f0"UZ?f!l mn: and he Ihat loveth me Jllall bw lo-vvd of my Father, and I fwill lofvu him, and fwill nmnifvst nzysvlf to him. -Jno. I4.:2I. IGIO Q X PAGE 87 ERUD PAGE 88 MIDDLERS AND JUNICRS ' ALEJANDRO QUIRICOL ANCHETA sux, PHILIPPINE ISLANDS JAMES W. BLITCH VVILMORE, KENTUCKY HAROLD J. BOND xoR'I'I1 FAIRFIELD, OHIO ROBERT A. BROOKS WIIITEBURG, KENTUCKY DIETRICH B. CORDES 202 Gillespie Street VVILMORE, KENTUCKY LOIIIS DENNIS VVILMORE, KEN'I'UcIcY VICKREY DOITGHERTY AZUSA, CALIFORNIA GEORGE MOORE EVANS EOLIAN, TEXAS ROBERT M. GREEN 58 Fitch Avenue VVINCHESTER, KENTUCKY Herein is lofve, not that -we lofved God, but that he loved us, and sent his San to be the propiliation for our sins. Beloved, if God so lofved us, fwe ought also lo lo-ve one another. -I JNO. 4:10, H. MIDDLERS AND JUNIORS CLAUDE W. GROTH FARMINGTON, WASHINGTON RALPH HEDRICK ALDERSON, VVEST VIRGINIA CORNELIA HOLBROOK 838 Milan Avenue SOUTH PASADENA, CALIFORNIA KARL B. JUSTUS VVILMORE, KENTUCKY AUSTIN MCCOIG VVHITE PINE, TENNESSEE JAMES G. RANCK HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA VVALTER SCARBROUGH BUCKIIIN, KANSAS MORELLE VVELLS 2102 Bailey Avenue JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI SYLVIA RUTH ZINN 451 Locust Avenue MORGANTOWN, VVEST VIRGINIA Put on lho whole armour of God, that ye may be ablr to stand against the fwile: of the de-vil. For -'we fwrestlf not agaiml flexh and blood, but against principalities, against pofwers, . . . -EPH 6,11 I2 . . , . I Ei fi , I :Z 24 2 3 I 5 Q 5 E A . I3 if 4 L 52 I 4 QI If V 5 31 II si gi 3 5 S3 I GIO PAGE 89 I1 Q! QS I1 I is II I I I 1 I 1 I I I I I I 5 15 1 1 I I1 4. I I I 1 I II I I I I I I I Q I I 1 I E V -. A J A Y V 1 SPECIAL STUDENTS O VV. J. COMPHER I.0VE'l"l'SVII.l.lC, VIRGINIA JOHN F. CVLVER MI-XDISOXVIIIIIIC, KI'lN'I'ljCKY B. GVYLER GLEATON 1,05 ANc11I,1as, cAI.I1'o1:xIA REGINALIJ F. GOFF CIARKSBURG, ox'1'A1zIo, CANADA MABEL IIARTMAN KICIILY s'I'A'1'I0x, PIINNSYLVANIA IIFNJAMIN W. ,1oIINsoN ECLON, VI'I'1S'l' VIRGINIA FRIED P. JONES wII.y101z1c, x1cx'1'uCKY IIAROLD KICLLIERMEIER s'1I1cU1I14:Nv11.1.1c, 01110 GII,BIER'1' NRE roocuow, I-'I:KI1zx, CIIINA AVSTIN CIIARLIES THOMPSON CONVVAY, s.0U'1'1I CAROLINA EE II II R U D I T I O Nnfw faith is lffr .vzzllytanfr of fflillfjj hojmrl for, lfnf cfui- dwlln' of lf1i11g1.1 not .w1'11. . . . hr fha! C0l!ll?fll In C011 IIIIZJI lfrlir-11.-I llmf lm is, 111111 lfml fu' is a re-w111'd1'r of fflflll lfml Ililiguzlly SITA' flilll. -HER' Huy 6. 0 PAGE 90 A man hath joy by the answer of his mouth: and a word spoken in due season, haw good is il! He that refuseth instruction despiseth his own soul: but he that heareth reproof getteth understanding. -Prov. I5:23, 32. resentinq the SPfflRl fl' III INIS Ye shall have a song, as in the night when a holy solemnily is keptg and gladness of heart, as when one goeth with a pipe to come into the mountain of the Lofd- -Isa. 30:29. f 8 'l Q 1 L, N Q, ,, 1 . 0 , -4 'am ' - pa A K . , , ,dw ' ' I , a l ,A W , ,Q 4- . ., - 6 , . i v I . 0" "' 8 Wil , ' , is Y V4 '. , s Q . ' s M . - -f ., - l J, ls a' s .3 Q Q' Q K ' . . , . . f. """.i , ,9...,, fri A. 's . 'a-gg. Q f , W f ' I . Shu. t mai . s t qi is x . . - . 'I . . . Q Q5,5f-Lf4'!'- i pst Jn' - i -uk. A ' , ,, A A' f ff? 1 " . .Q Ja,-, ." ' ' 'V '. fl 3' , ff". U 1 I Q A Q4- ' ' 4' ag - . r ' ' J f' ' , .,,-M-,x.,,, L,,, 'U , fn , U 4 63 , L ta. Q, , 'T ,AAX L V 'l . , 'Q' ' "li ' . "W , ,-" if 'A Ai -- A j. tf' A '- Wa-N -.W f ' "' " .,f 5 , ' , - ' xp, g H A , , , I a 1 f - :gf I -' ,f -'v A A g ' f ' 1 J 'Uni' 1 572. Y fm... ' . -. , J' jj," 1 ' p af. -' "W ' m ' 5 -. 4- . n f Q 5 M , ' 4. M""Lf:1:-..,, A' . ' gn, U , - , " 1' ., ' i ., Q , . 4 'Q W2 in Q ,gf ' l- A :Sim fi' ET. , U, 'ff '1 if H CGNSERVATGRY OF MUSIC Illfl'l'l0l'llf0I'.' That was a lovely building we just passed. Ifflitor: VVhich, the girls' dormitory? Int.: I don't know. Glide-Crawford Hall was the name of it. E 11. .' lm' Lil.. Inf Inf hd.. Yes, that's it. The conservatory of music is located in the basement. The stu- dents you see here are those who are studying some branch of music there. You know Asbury has an exceptionally line conservatory. It is fitted with individual practice rooms for each student. There are more than a score of pianos so that no one need wait for his tu1'n at practicing. Then besides all this there are- -a thousand discords? -a thousand dis-oh, no, no. I mean there are several fine studios for the pro- fessors. VVe have some very accomplished students, too. Each spring the grad- uating students give recitals in Hughes Auditorium, which- -hardly anybody attends- -hardly--oh, no. I see your tricks. No, sir, there are good attendances at these recitals. Yes, I believe you. I beg your humble par-I mean, I humbly beg your pardon. hIL'S1C STUDENTS , Brlmltl, Goa' is my J'Kll7!!lfi0IZ,' I -will irusf and no! ln' afraid: for lln' 1.11111 Jl'!10"L'6Ih is my .vinvzgflll and my trump ln' also is lII'li0lIH' my salfualion. Tlzrrwforc with joy xlmll yr' ilrafu, lzealvf' our of lln' fwflls of mlfvu- REL 11071, . --Isa. rzzz, 3. er IGIO . I PAGE 95 MUSIC FACULTY Eflilor: Seriously, though, thc good essence Ofbillu' conservatory must of necessity be thc f2lCllIfy, :nn I not right? I11fw'lof'11tor.' Yes, you arc forrcct. lid.: Then I should like to commend to voul' uttc-ntion and imfstivzl- . - 1 U- v ti txon the 1llCIl1bCl'S of Ashury's muslc faculty. Xot only are they thoroughly compctc-nt as musicians and tczlclu-1's, but they zn'c also God-tearillg men and women. It is 21 1'2lI'L' and vziluable combina- tion. YQ Nlxx jufxxxrc RIIlfII'll,T, : l3.ML's., M.Ml's. M. l,xm.x I,o'1'r, B.Mus. CII-1fiI'J'l'fIII' of Piano Drjlarlnwnl Dwmz of Lo11.wl'1'z1lr,-1'y llirnlor of Piano IJ1'jJr1r'Hr11'z1f R U D I T I O Im! ffm word of Cflrixl rffwwlf in you rifhfy in all lwix- PAGE 96 1lom,' ffllfllfllff and lllillllllliiflilly om' flIl0fll1'I' in pmlnzx am! hymns and sjnzrzlzml illllfff, xzngfzng fwzlh grznw 111 your lffzlris lo Ifn' Lord. -CDI. 336. MUSIC FACULTY ERA VVIIDIQK I'1sx1s'rox VAxr:'1',x IQIQIAI, NILTSTUS A.B., li.MLs. Dinfffor of Pipf' Organ Dl'f7!l7AflIIl'Ilf Il15fl'lZtkfUI' in Pipe Organ ID1'f7l1I'flIIL'Ilf I. D. Moox, A.B. .ALBERT 12. SMITH Dil'l'L'fflI' of Voizv IJ1'f?fll'lNlt'IZf Ilinflrn' of Sffillfffll' Illjffllllldllf llwparmzurzt Praisr yn lin' Lord. l'rai.f1' lflw Lord, 0 my soul. lfflzilw I lifvr will I jrrzzisv ffm Lord: I will .vinff 1JflIi.YF.Y unto my God fwfzilw I lnwv any lzvizzg. Praisf yo ilu' Lord' -Psa. 14611, 2, Io. R EL IGIO . C PAGE 97 MUSIC GRADUATES DEGREE IZDNA MAE BALI? B.Mus. Piano NIAVDE BRUVVN EDWARDS B.MUs. Piano GEORGE EVANS B.ML's. Piano ELBICRT FLY B.MUs. Piano GIQRALDINE PARKER B.Mus. Piano I CERTIFICATE ELEANUR CARRIITII Piano IEVELYN HARRISON Piano E R U D I T I O Srrmr Ihr' Lord lwilh yI6lLflll'.Y.I',' Cllllll' brfore his pres vnrc -wifi: singing. Kno-w yr that Me Lord lm is God E il is fn' Ilia! halfz made ns, and not 101' o1n'si'lfv1's,' -'w arf' his pwoplv, and My sllfrp of his pasiurr, fi-SX -Psa, xoo:2, 3. Q I PAGE 98 I MUSIC GRADUATES DEGREE MRS. D. L. MOORE Voice I CERTIFICATE MABEL ALLEN Voice BILL HARNEY Voice RUTH LAWRENCE Voice AVANELLE M. SMITH Voice 0 God, my heart is fixedg I fwill Jing and giwe praise, R E L efven -with my glory. flfwalee, psaltery and lzarpg I my- self fwill afwalee early. I fwill praise thee, 0 Lord, among the people. -Psa 1081-3 IGIO . x PAGE 99 MEN'S GLEE CLUB Mom! ...... R. l3I3I,xI.xs lifmwxlxx . . . V. R.xI,s'Iox SMIIII . . IQXRI, li. -ll sms. l"i1',vI Trnur Ilfmwxklm kIIcIx'I:I.I, Nffbklll I,l-I WI:I,I.s CUFF I Q I-'RS . . . . . , . . .llilwfm . . .IIIIIVIIIVIIIIIU . . . . . . l'1'r.v1Ilr11l . Il11"f1Ir.v.v .lfrzzlrzgfm lim iflflll R.xxxIrIxIm IJII l'NI.XX RAI Pxx'K.xI:IiuKI,I: xV.Xl.'Ikl-IR Sk'.XRlIROL'fIIl I JI-I If CHRI: GI-1rmc:Ic llxvxs I'Iu'II.I.I-2 Nl-ll-fl. C. R,xI,s'I-ox SM I'I'II JXIfS'IgIX MQCIIIIJ XVII I,I.xx1 ISL RTIIX xlosIcIfII f'RfJL'Sl-1 ll.xxI1Iix' MCAVIQI1 .S','mz1J YQVIIIII' lifzu Bm IJ NI XVRORN C'II.xI4I,I-is .'XIIzR1f.III C'II.xRI,Iis SIIIKIQS 12I,I:IzI4'I' lfI.s 1.L7'I'IIIiIQ liIc1Ivr:IcIis IIrJIz.xcIc llI'II.I-:IQ Iyuu, wIL's'IL'Q Ii.xIzYIis'I' 'WIQIIII XVII,I,.xI:In R0f:l'fl!F jrmx T. SIa,xxI.xxIIs l'.Xl'I, O'I"1' -I.xxIIcs RAYCK R U D I T I O . . . fn' zzfwjwizflmf jiIIjf1'I'.I' 1111111 lfn' lmlrd, and lfm flmzzhl fv'1Ii.w Mr lmzzzly of lfrflirlrm, . . . nm! In my I E lll'1lf.Vl' flu' l.nl'Il,' fur' My urrny r11IlI1I'wlfl fur l'q'l'l'. 0 PAGE IOO -Il C'hrmI. 20531. WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB QQFIFICERS I, D. IWUUX .... ..... . 4... D zrnlnr Fnxx Mm: l5,xl,1u . . . . .lwnnzjmzzixl Izmlwuc XXI-Il.5lI . . N.xrf'1'l-il. Mn . lfirvf .X4UfW'!llIIl l'1VIil.YN Dum vw: Izmir! l11.lcx11xr: limfn lflmu-ixcli NI.KRfl.XRli'l' KIiliI.llR VIRHIXLX Mix N I',IJX'l'IlI-1 XX lil.5H Yf .NIH mmf Sufwrllllf Su ff 1'il.If.XIHi'l'II li.xl.1.A C'lfxRl,rV1"1'r: lilmlx jul: IlHcm:x1mRx XRD IM ,....I'r . Il11.vi11r,v.v llrzllzlgfrl' HN: Mnuux lixlclzllilc Mxklnx C'I.xx4:riK f'1lJI'l'll Lriwls Rum' l,rm1'1'1,r: NAI'l'l,l. Mu Ilwzm x Y1's'1' 1.1110 Gmcri lima!-1 ICMIIA' Iixixxs SL rx Ci xunxrfu 'flflmffllf RL VII I,.xwRlaNcls Mm. l'NI,fJRhXCIi lIoL'r:1lL1x Dowwm' Sm-txcrik Ifk.xxn'1as HIWIIIIES Iimu R1-:En .Iml 415 yr QL'o11l.l ffm! fnrn .xlmfzhl Jn In you, flu yr film In fflflll likf'fLcix1'. iii-:wg mmf il ,vfmll lu' ff!-tw: llllfll R E L I G I O yung gfnml llll'!l.YlHAl', j11'r,vyr.1' Jnfwll, lllhl .Y!l1lA'1'Il In yfrlflrr, ---Luk K. 1,1 31, QQR. PAGE IO! S. HOUSTON EVANS RU THE ASBU RY ORCHESTRA lfiryt fiofin .' ROLLA ND RICE KA'1'I1ERINE MCSPAIJIIIX Ru'I'H ZIEMER NIABEL ALLEN PAUL KIXTNER Srrond Violin: ROBERT SMITH MERRIMAX IIAMBLIN EUCIENIA ANIJHRSON FLORA BOYLE HERBERT NULL l"i0la.' PAUL MCIX'l'IRE DITIO E I E I 1 ENN M Xi-. 0 PAGE l02 1Xl.BFR'I' 12. SMITII, llinwlnr lfwllo: ELEEIII' FLY Ifaxs Viol: VVIIILIAM CROSS CIIESIER BUZZARII Cftlfil1l'1.' JOHN C.,xRRU'I'II POLLY DOUGIIERTY Fluff: GERALD STANIILEY EDITH LEWIS Tl'!lllIb07lI'.' CLOyn VIQEMPLE PAULIXE VANIIERSALI .1110 .' VVILIIUR SMITH FRANCES FIUMMER 7 V IILMM GOOD WILLLIM IBIETHRICH liarilonv: T"'l"'f"'f-' Drums and Tymjrani: XAYIIILIAM L,-I'I'II,xM PAUL DOLBY EMMIQI' LOGAN Piazza: JOHN MCIXTIRE Praise lfinz Quill: ffm Iimlzrrl and danfr: praise him -will: slrilzgwd izzxirulmwly and organs. Praiu' him upon thx' loud fylllllllli' jlraisz' lzim upon the high .Wllllltllillfj vyfzzlmls. -Psa. 15014, 5. 71I'IIll1ll0IlL'.' JOHN T. Sri.xM,xNns DAVID tinuwroklm CLOYIJ 'IQICMPLE Hlll'ifUlll'.' XV1LL1,xM Illmrcxlcll NORLAN llrixnsksox KIMBICR Ckousla Goknox CIIAPHE THE ASBU RY BAND A!.maR'1' SMITH, ljirrrfnr 1wI'IllI1j7I'f.' XVILLIAIVI l,.fX'I'lIAM FMMIV1' LOGAN 105151111 Ckouslf IJI'lHlI.Y.' PAUL Dmnv PAUL McIx'1'1Rb1 RICHARD llucmas LOL'1s SlHiLBL'RNE Praisw ya' lfn' I,rml. Pnzixw God in his .vu11z'l1u1ry.' jwrnisr him in IM fvrnmnzrnl of flli jmfu'4'r. Prazsf flllll flffiifll lln' souml uf flzc fl'lllllfTl'l.' jvrazsr lnm Lwzllz the jvsallry and llarjv. -Psa. r5o:x, 3. Cymbals: O.fxKI.m' l.lQ1s'1' lel'l'1i.Y.' joux CHxkRU'1'11 ROBIQR1' YOUXG l,i1I0l0.' CSHRAIJJ S'1'Ax1m1,lfY .- RELIGIO PAGE 103 Maki' FI,Il.'XI3Ii'l'H Coklizv, M.A., 'l'.I7. DAISY Di-pix GRAY, MA., T.I7. SPEECH DEPARTMENT Editor: -and we are no less proud of our Speech Faculty than of the lllusic Faculty. Infz'rlor11for.' Yes. Eff.: It is a eoinparatively new department, hut has grown by leaps and bounds. Inf.: Of course. Hd.: A very high percentage of the student body is enrolled in one or more of the Inf Inf speech courses. lfh, huh. lad.: Proof that our professors rank very high among the speeeh teachers of Kentucky lies in the fact that- Sayl Are you listening? llo you think Vin a talking machine? XVhat? -oh, yes, yes, eertainly. -er-what did you say? E ful E fl.. 1l.! Never mind. All 1 want to tell you is that in the past few years Asburians have done this: txviee won the Kentucky Intercollegiate Peace Association Contest, won honors in Interstate Oratorieal Association eontests, and for several consecutive years carried off highest laurels in the lfastern lientuelcy Oratorical Association eontests, besides others. ,ls that right? Great Scot, tell ine soine inore. ' Nothing doing. D I T I O 'l'ln' Lori! fill!! fmlh gi-wi: mr' lin' lllllyllt' nf Ihr l4'lll'lIl'1I, Ifml I should lvmfu: firm: lu spark Il fword in .wlmnl I0 flllll ffllll is 'LL'1'lIl'J'.' ln' 'LL'tlA'l'll1'fh lllllfllillfj by lnnrzrilzgf, E R U O PAGE IO4 fn' mwkwlrflfi mlm' fur In lnar as lln' lvarzzrd. -Isa. 5024. SPEECH GRADUATES IJIPLOMA Mus. D. L. Momma BERNICIQ SCHOONOVIQR WILLIAM MANSHELD Mll.I.ER Eurzw MAY W1I,soN ClZR'l'IFlCA'I'Ii Mxxxn: LEE SIKISS Tlmi yr may ln' ,lf1llIll'l1'5.Y ami lQllIl!1ll'A'.f, ilu' .YOIIJ uf R E L I God, 'LCi1!l01l1 rrbukw, in lfn' rnidsi of a !'l'00kI'ff and jw1'fvr'r.w' Illlfiflll, anmny -'uxhonz yr shim, as ligffflx in flu' world' lluldizzg f0I'f1l Ihr' u'o1'd of liff. Phil. 2115, 16. GIO E I ---1 . PAGE I05 1.4n' ,I I L,., I 13 . 1.AV- , . , I ' 7',g f ' A fm 'K it , .:h, ,,, N 1 'n- I ll fe A,. 1. V2" I E - VA, , Hull, llallbm-rg, Grrtnherry. Htl-ese, XV0leotI, l'2l1'l'UlIl, Cole, Thumm, Dieterieh, Glasson MEN'S INTERCOLLEGIATE DEBATE ELMER IC. OVERMYER Cnaclz of Dfbafing RUDITIO PAGE IO6 Illl1'l'10!'llf0!'.' VVho ure these? Editor: This is the Men's Debate Squad. May I introduce them to you? Int.: Surely. lzd.: Mr. ----, this is the Men's Intercollegiate Debate Squad. M. I. D. S.: XVe are mighty pleased to know you, Mr. -L. Inf.: And I nm very happy to know you. But I d0n't believe I've met this gentleman in the corner. lid.: Oh, I do beg your pardon, both of you. Mr. ---, Mr. Overmyer. Mr. Overmyer, sir, is the debate eoneh. Let me assure you that he is ri most excellent one. Last year, under his tutorship, the traveling squad won five of its six deeision debates with other schools, Inf.: That's splendid. . . . in rlnflrim' .vhmxirzg Illlt'0l'fllf?lll4'.Y.l', grafuily, Jin- rurzfy, .vomzd sjwrccfz, Mat fannol ln' 1'ondcm1zcrl,' Mal hr ffm! is of Ihr contrary par! may ln' axhamvd, 111141- 'rz zz 'Wil thief 17511 0 nu. .. ly UH J' yfy -'I1t.2:7,8. Illf .Ji Q- - f, infra .sam- ,, -AEK K fm 7 it ji 4 A .6 Qs, Q 3'- si 4 may 5 to fr f 8 R E l':1Itvi'son, Swhoonou-r, Thotnns. XVilson, Knight. Iinilvyq Nlaiy. Gnilws WOMEN'S INTERCOLLEGIATE DEBATE 1'f!!ll'llflIf.' Do yon have ai gootl XYomens' Dehnte Squad, too? Iitfilflr: NVell, I may he prelinclieetl, air, hut my Cnnclicl opin- ion, anti l lwelieve not mine alone, is that this is the lmest VVomens' Squucl Asbury has had in years, lzzl.: ls that fo? lid.: Oh, yes. Not only do they work well together as tif'- huters, hut several ot' them have KilSYillQ.ILIi5llx'll tliemselvea in other branches, meh as oratory and tleelzimntion. Inf.: rlillllflf fine! There mint he eonsiclerzlhle honor in he- longing to rhiw clelwztte squticl. Ed.: XVell, cltnlhtless there if some honor, hut they e:n'n every hit of it. Besicles meeting two evenings every week to przietiee their tlehzites, they :lo Il great deal of ontfitle work on them. l11l..' Oh, th:1t's not so good then. lid.: NVell, not so hurl. It gives them :ni excellent knowl- M.x:zr:xRr1'l' l7A'l"l'liRSUN edge of enrrent controversies :incl gootl experience in 1l'j,,n,-r nf my Ifllpy-1r1llfyi111, puhlie spezilaiisg. l'mnr fiviillfllff 1931 U"aHc in fwinfrflll fIIlL'tlI't1 lfl1'iII Ifllll arf uilhuill, rr- lffflllillfl lfif' Iimr. lf! JWIII' yjvrrzfz lw IIIQLIIJJS Qui!!! R E L I G I O gfrmw, sw11.vo114'J mill: mil, limi yi' may kzznac fmfw yr Ollfllll In nzzxzcrr mwry num. -Mull. Ms? 6. PAGE IO7 resentinq the IGII Sfllillll 5? ! F f, if i E . j 8 . E ' 3 . fi 3 1 1 L H Q - S , 5 5 L He that dwpllelh in the secret place of the mos! High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the Lord, He is my refuge and my fnrtrms: my Cody in him will I trust. -Psa. 9,151 2. 3 ' - y Pkolassok FRANCIS M. HIiS'1'ON Ilrad of lhn Departmfnl of Edumtion PROFLSSOR GEORGE B. BURKIIULDER Priluiijzal of High School lil' III Y ' W' Barker, Coppovk, L'Il1l,!'l1II01'1HII1, Kintner, Latham. Morris, Morrison PRACTICE TEACHERS' DIVISION SUPERv1soRs EARL P. BARRIER Scirnce and Thrology MAUDIE CARRUHI MARX' CHAMBERLAIN Typing and Shorthand Spanish and English MABE1, Corvocxc Ous C. KINTNER English and Speoch Mathomatirs and Sfifnce RUBY LATHAM Latin MRS. GAILE J. MORRIS Bible HELEN MORRISON History and Sorial Science For the ryvx of the Lord run to and fro throughout R U D I T I O the quhola rarth, to slzow himself .strong in the behalf T . PAGE lI0 of thorn Lwhose hfart zs perffrt tofward htm. -II Chron. I6:9. HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS O BIT RTUN B. BUSVVORTII 739 N. lfzxst Avenue OAK PARK, lI.l.IN0l'S JAMES R. CIIANDLICR ISOI S. WV Fokr SMITII, Akklxxsxs MERIZDITII N. INQIIAVIEN G.x1x1ss11f114o, VIRGINIA EMILY VAVGIIN ICYANS zoo N. Maple Avenue VV11.x101u:, KliN'l'UL'KN' BE'l"l'Y GAYIE Route 2 l31xc:11,uv1'1'oN, New YORK RICHARU lll'GllliS N. Lexington Avenue VV11.Mo1u:, liliN'l'UCKY CARL A. LINDMARK, JR. 719 Sherinlzln Avenue l'1.A1N1411z1.11, Nlaw j1s1ts1a1' VV. PAITL MCINTIRIC 316 Lexington Avenue VVILMORIC, K1zN'1'UcK1' MILDRED P. NICVVICLL S1111 lfokn, KANSAS BEN SAXON 506 College Street '1'141:N1'ox, '1lliNNliSSI'1I41 SHIRLEY VANS AGNIZNV 21 S. flyde Avenue KISSlMMliE, F1,01u11,x I am fonzr lim! lfzfy mfgfzl hzmw' lifw, llllll ffm! Iflwy miyhf llllqfl' if mon' zllzznzdazzlly. I am Ihr youd xllrjl- R E L I G l f14'r1f,' lfn' good slzrpllwli yi'L'I'ffI his lift' for Iflc sllrrp. -Jno. 10:10, 11. . Q PAGE Ill l'R.XC'I'lCE TEACHERS l' NDERCLASSBIEN Vatllln-M1 Iizlllurel. Ruth Bun-rs, .Inhu Hmvrs, lluth Blanks, Muurimf Iirmvn, XVYIDIIHC C'uXVsn-rt' Uwslc-5' t'1':xin, Nurmzm Idwlwurd IJQTI-ny, lim-x IG+lxx:11'nlS, Rm-x'. Ottie S, flzxlwlxl--11 l.zu11hg-rr H1-rlriv-k, Virginia H uglufs. XVm. Arclvn Haynes. Paul Kiutm-1', Wilbur Kimuer, lllmmu Jam- Mm-Vis. l'lar'emw- Mulliyzzlu, ary Alf-A11-1-, Alurpznrx-L .In-un Nfvfm-i4-r, Mrs. Surzllu Rayle-, Uhzlrlvs S. 'l'lmmas, H4-rhert Yau V011-1-, Nullo Simon, lmvial Smith, lluvis H. Xvklllgllilll, Yi1'g'iuia1 XYitt. R U D I T I O Thu ffar of ffm Lord if Ihr llwgfiluzing of knofwlrdgw: lvul fonis flasfvlxf fwmionz and zlzstruflzozz. Zlfly Jon, PAGE lI2 fzrar fhf' insfrzzfliorz of iffy fallwr, and forsalec no! the law of thy moflzrz. -Pm. 17, gl TH ESI 1STOCLEA AI,I'HAlJEL1'H IA Interior-utnr: XVh:xt. is this "Thy-mistoc-Iva?" Editor: That is tlw high Sc-howl buys' Alixhkltillg' 1-lub, It was foumlvd in 1927, and fm' six years has lmm-u giving the boys thu suviul :md f471'0!'lSlli irzxiniug' flu-y 11m-rl, Int.: Vx-ry good, vwry guml. imln-4-ri, And is .Xlpllzulvlplxizl 21 rival club? Ed.: Rival? No, thntfs tlu- girls' dn-hating 1-lub, l'Ull!l1lEll in 193 povk. 11's il corkf-r, ton, I am ffm l't'A'Zll'I'fl'1i071, and Ihr lifw: hw lfltlf bl'1iL"UfIll in mv, though fm fwfnr dmd, ywl shall 111, lww: Hnd fwhommwr lifwth and Ixflzvfvfllz in mf shall nf'-'wr din. -Iohn 11:25. 26. 2 llndm' the fl'PllOI'ZL1Shi17 of Miss Cop- PAGE II3 iw Y HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL JAMES VVOODSON, Coach CHARLES ,THOIVIAS BEN SAXON IDAVID SMITH VVILBUR KINTNER PAUL IQINTNER Gi, R U D I T I O lVho fL'dl'l'7lLL'ff1 thy. life from l1L'SlfIlI'fi0ll,' fwfln ffllwflt PAGE II4 Nh Ihre fwzilz lo-vzng kzmllufss and fl'Ilt'lt'7' vnfrzfzxr, lVh0 5llfi5f1'1'f!l Ihy nmufh fwilh good Ihings: so fha! tfly youll: is rnlwfwnf likn lln' mgflzfs. -Psa. I03I.1,, 5. .1 Has! thou not known? has thou not heard, that the everlasting God, the Lord, the Cre- ator of the ends of the earth, fainteth not neither is Weary? there is no searching of his understanding. -Isa. 40:28. nl"QSGl'1ti1flq the IIIIHANII IIGNS For as we have many members in one body, and all members have nol lhe same ofice: So we being many, are one body in Christ, and every one members one of another. -Rom' IZZ4- 5. 0 SEMI-CIRCLE LOOKING SOUTH 0 K ,4 lhmtzxine, Km-nyfxn, Sprzxgm-, Kilby, I.i,Lgl1tmxr, S4,'h4!0Ili3Vt'1', Stz1m:'m', ThOmaS, Smith, TVs-:nu Bailey, VVOIr'ott STUDENT FACULTY COMMITTEE J. B. KIEXYON DONALD D. FONTAINF QTEORCE S. LIcu'1'xER BERNICIQ SCHOONOVER Romzru' M. SMVHI . D0llfl'l'IIX' VVEAVHR . DREW VVOLCOTI' . . K.x'l'uRx'x SUE BAIIJA' FRANK B. S'1'ANOlak . ETVVICNI-1'l'II THOMAS . FAC L: LTY R EPRES IENTATIVES Mmurs SPRAGUE VV1I.msk REYNOLDS MAROARIVI' KILBY STL DENT R EPRESENTATIVES Bfar yr onc anoih1'r'5 burdfns and so fulfil the lalw ofCl1ris1. .Alml lr! IIA' not mcnzny in fwfr!! doing: for in R E L I G I O dur .wason fwc 5111111 wap, if fwr fain! not. w -hal. 622, 9. Presidrfnl of Sfudvnt Body . Selninary Rfprfwntaiifve . Sfuior Rvprwsfntatiqfe . Junior Reprzwnlalifue . . Junior Rfprfwrltaliwe Sophomore R!'1D!'t'5l'7IfIlfT'Z!6' Sophomor: Reprcswnlatifw . . .frvshlnan Sponsor . . Frerhman Sponsor PAGE II9 , ,, , Y 'W ' H .. , I 0 , ox w . ,5 J f Z Q If 'H AWK: . , Q ,,:, Y I 7? A Y I 3 42- A f , fig 1 W Q if 1-1 , 4 fa, , I 'W f my 0 -MQ 9 1? , 4 get Z Z 1' E Q ,, Y W I, . f nw f q 3 ' ' it M W wg I g 6 4' PERICLEA DEBATING CLUB VVAIILACE VVIGGINS RAYMOND PI'l"l'MAN DONALD FOXTXINE OLIN BURKIIUIIIER ROBERT VVENIILAND ROBERT SMITII IIAROLD MILLIIRD L . PAGE l20 RAY PANNARICCKER VVILLIS CARRUTII VVILLIAM BURTON REGISTER BILLINGSLEY FORREST CIIURCH VVILL VVoI,coTT IIAYDEN CARRUTH IIILTON NTORTON IJREVV VVOLCOTT GEORGE DAVIS ,ARTHUR IIENIJERSUN IIOWTIRII CURTIS VERNON GOOIIIIANII LEE VARNER ARTI1I'R IIALLBERC Not of fworks, lest any man should boast. For fwf arf R U D I T I O his "LL'0fA'llII1Il5hifl, rreatfd in Christ Jvsus unto good fworks, -'wlziflz God flllffl beforw ordained fllllf ue should mmlk in thrzn. -Eph 29 IO fi A 5 I aa 0 .... 4- WEE . if I up A V ..,E A iK -- ,::,Q A f ' I it ' 1' ' ,,,:A.. Q LUCY STONE DEBATING CLUB IAN.-XBEL KNIGli'f SARA VANCE ALLENE WILSON MARGARET BALI: DORIS COLE CAMERON FERRELI. VERABEL MASON NANCY KXIGIIT MARJORIE SAVAGE VERDA PIENRY EVELYN YUST RUTH NICIAFEE RUTH ZIEIMER BEATRICE PIORTON MARGARET BARTON FRANCES IIUGIIES But the merry of Ihr Lord ix from 0-'zmrlasti-ngf to rfvrr- Iaxting upon them that fear llllll, and hzs ffgllfI'0ll5IlL'J5 unfo childrfnlr childrfng to .vufh as kerp 111: fofvenant. Psa. IO3 II7, IS. NAETEL MAY IDOROTIIY VVEAVER MARnEI,I,E AMSTUTZ MAUIJE BROWN Enw KATIIERINE MCAFEE SUE BAILEY RUTII DUNAWAY EDXA MAE BALD Q fs 3 Y ea -3 3 S N 2'V '5- 'iw I .. 3 har' ARIDS REL IGIO EEE I I Q F o ,Y PAGE I2I up 'U H L ,.KV, ,iiu I K A Ag :,:,3 1' M J V,L , L A .2,, .5 2' ,QL yi 2 r HENRY Bow MACRORY CLARE HALL JAMES RANCK ICLON KEELER CLAY DEBATING CLUB ALBIQRT IIALL VVILLARIJ Rooms VVILLIAM VVILC1-IRR D1E'1'k1c1l CORDES -Y AL PILSON SERGILTS LEACH VVILLIAM CARY JOE AVERY IIARRY ROGERS EMMli'l"1' LOGAN ERNEST VVEBB Thfrrfnrc, my lzwlofurd Izrflhrrn, bf ye steadfast un R U D I T I O mofvrablf, alfways abounding in Ihc' work of Ike Lord E fflfldlllllfh as yv knofzc thu! your labour is noi zn warn in lim Lord. -I Cnr I5 58 X j 0 PAGE l22 4: Wh X' ' L Q. X ff JA I ku! Q' 3? 6. i ' SOPHIDELPHIA DEBATING CLUB HELEN MORRISON fIRACE MURGIXX FVELYN KXI.BY MARGARET -PA'I"I'ERs0N BERNICE SCHOONOVER I70RlS VVARNER IZIIITIEI FLIQMING EDITH LowEI.I. NIARY .ANDERSON MA RGERY XVITTXVER I,UcII.I.E BYRON EI.IzARE'I'II SPENCE PoI.I.Y DOUGIIERIY I,ORA Fos'I'ER .Wy slzffp hvar my Ivoivf, and I lenofw lfzvm, and they follofw nw: and I!li'1'1'-lHlf0 llzrm ftrrnal liffg and tlzfy shall nwvfr pzrrisfz, nrzlher shall any man pluck them ou! of my hand. -JUG. 10:27, 28. NLXRY BUCII DoR0'I'HY SPENCER SUSIE VVILSON FLEANOR CARRUTII ERIKA 'IQAKARO FAITII VVIRSCIIING .AVVARE S'1'liINIlAR'I' RE 'ff LIGIO PAGE I23 Y f ..,.,:, R , I if 1f??f5f.:1Zi"... I '-I 1 3' -v l 3 V Al I f ,.E I lz i' I A . Q ,W i I xv Wh .. 1 FRANK S'rAxc:ER Iinwm RIQEVES joIIN SIMPSON C. RALS'I'oN SMIIAII f1liRAI.D R. ZIMMER PAUL Po'I"I'ER SETII QIRANBERRY PAGE I24 Q O m Z O Z If G rn Us :V Z' Z CD ROBERT CDETJIZN CHARLES STOKES XVOOIIROW MARSIIALL DWIGHT AMSTUTZ ELLIo'r MEANS JOHN T. SEAMANDS CLUB FLIIER1' FLY RICIIARII PI'I"I'MAx DEI-I COBB LAWSON FRANIZ URVILLE NEEI, JIMMIIE GIBSON HERIIERI' GLASSOR .Ind IIL' .said lo 11111111 all, If any lllllll -uzll 101111 11111 R U D I T l O 11111, lvl 111111 I11'11y 11i111sclf, and lulev up 1115 uosr dzuly and follofu: mr. 111' fha! is lrast 1111101111 you all 1111 same 5111111 bc gfrvat. -Ik 3 ,, n 4. I ,, .WL 5' 5 f , ,I . , 5 ,V ,I WI '9- 1 "' 4 I I "' fy . VV VV AV I A ,. .,., ,Q ,Q 'V lim fl "I .J f I ,gg ' ' H 'I V J 9 Aff V mV xg PHILOMATHIA DEBATING CLUB LUCIA R. DAVIS CAPITOLA MA'I"I'IxI:l.x' MILDREI7 BEASLEY CIVVENETII 'IQIIOMAS EDITII Lovvkx' RUTH LIQPPIQ VIRGINIA MIX Acxxs AIIIIEI' JANE IIIQIYKIQNDORN MILIJRIEII fIRISCOM AVA IAXXE PIERSON JANE ICNGLAND 'l'fn' llllfflfl uf lfn' l,nrIl rlzrallljvrlfl HIIIIII1 nlmul them llml fmr him, nm! Iiwli-zwrflll f!ll'lI1. . . . Iflwy llml swrk lln' l.nrII shall nul 'ZLYIIII any gfoml llzingf. -Pm. SL 27, I o. VIRGINIA PkI'I'cII.xIuJ EVELYA HARIIISIJX Rum' LIGHTLE BIQRNICIQ OVERMYEK CIIARI,0'I"I'E BHIIIN DoR0'1'IIx' PIXO R EL IGIO EEE . PAGE 125 '24 ..,, I Q f 4 x 2 its :J D ll X -w 3 fa War .I if, 2 1 I , ' 3' .M Q .,1, 'U V + A 5 WILSONIA DEBATING CLUB IIORACE BOLICK ORVILLE MCKAY CIIARLES AI.BRIGlI'I' SAM H. EVANS IIAYIIEN MCAl1'Eli ROLAND RICE I,I.m'n BABE Ifllaarsmu- NUIII. HORACE fIUII,ER KIMBER CROIJSE JOSEPII CROUSE MINOR SMITH LOREN BR,Invs',xY VVARREX FOssIz'I'T l'IIiRBER'1' CIIINGEN CULLEN JONES MILES DEP,xO'I'Ek MIZRRIMAN IIAMIILIN CIARENCE SIMPSON if if i If 3 -.4 1 Ilr fha! dfwfllrlh in ffm serrwr plum of thr mon Hzgh R U D I T I O .rhull allidf' Illldfl' lin' .vlmdofw of MO zflmigllly. I -11.111 I E my of Ihr Imwf, ln' ix my rrfzzgf' and my forii .U Psa. QI 0 PAGE l26 ,ww rf? if ,M fw:Jf'f :with 2 f 4 I .ey if EUPHEMIA DEBATING CLUB 1is'ruER MAE CLARKE CLARICE SHOCKLEY M1Nx1E LEE SIKES QIERTRUDE rFINNELL M,xRcARE'11VVARw1cK CAROLYX FLICKIXGER LAURA BOYD JEAN CLEVELAND FVISLYN K,xu1fM.xx J UA xnxx CALDWELL 1l7!l0llI ,lll'L'l' I in llI'll"U!'ll buf thfr! and ffH'I'l' ix nom' upon rarlh llmf I dfszrv beszdv tfzrf. I 11ll'Ul" pu! my trust in ffm' Lora' God, Ifmi I may dI'l'llU'l' all iffy works' -Psa. 73:25, 28. GRACE BIRGE VELA CLEVELAND VVINIFRED JAYNE MARY BIRGE REVA AYLOR REL GIO 9 J PAGE I27 5 E RU f af ,qi 'iv s I : uf V I v gp? , s A A T , s DLL A' mf K'V:' I ' , A..-' 'xg-Z ., D- S A Sss A L ff. We A f 'afh ' :I ' "' 5' . ' g ' ' f f' ' 31 :'- rra , , f LINCOLN DEBATING CLUB JOYCE EARLY ROXALD IIULL LELAND FREIDENDURG VVILLIAM MILLER GERALD JONES VVILBUR COLE DITIO A E O X--gf PAGE l28 CHARLES REED STANLEY 'IKIIETZIC VVALTIZR f3ARRIO'l"l' HAROI.IJ DUTT BERNARD RUSSELL JOHN MCINTIRE RUSSELL LEE ROLAND HUDSON VVILLIAM LATHAM CLAUDE CQALLOVVAY PAUL DOLBY EMORY ELLMORE Lay noi up for yoursclfves treasures upon earth, fwherr moth and rust doth corrupt, and fwhrre thiefves break through and slcal: But lay up for yoursflfves treasures i lafvfn. n le 4 -Matt. 6:19, zo. Davis, Ovvrnlyvr, Tlmums, 4 4- ., 'mfr' if Mr 4 1 . E . 2: -F' 2 fb , ii 9 :,, , E Q W T YVilsun, Stzulger, Foutaim-, 9 'YQ' if Mvliuy, Amstutz, Fly, Jones, lzuth, Mulutire XYUIR-utt, C:1r1'ulh, L'hu1'L'h4 ASBURY STUDENT FOUNDATION COMMITTEE DOXALD FoN'1zuxE ...... . . . VERLA Rum ..... AI,I.IiNE VVILSON . . GERAI,lJ JONES . . . C Looxss Senior DONALD FoN'm1xE FRANK STANGER f3VVENE'1'H THOMAS AI,LENE VVILSON Sophomorz' VERLA RUTH DREW WoLco1'r Prcsident . l"il'L'-PI'E5idl'l1f . , . Srfrflary . Treasurer REPRESENTATIVES Junior Frrxhz MARDELLE AMSTUTZ ELBERT FLY f2liRALD JONES ORVILLE McKAY III!!! IIAYDEX CARRUTH FORREST CHURCH Seminary lligll Sfhool CLARKE DAVIS PAUL MCINTIRE ELMER OVERMYER . . . not one filing halh failed of all the good Ming: R E L I G I O whirh the Lord your God .vpaler concerning youg all ary rome to pusy unlo you, and not one lfzing halh failfd lheroo f' -josh. 23 :14. . D PAGE I29 IAXABPIL KNIGPl'1' . . EI.I.Iax MAI' VVILSON IDOROTHY VVEAVER . VVIIIBUR COLE . . Dnuaw VVOIICOTT . . MII.I:s DE P,xc'I'ER . THE I934 ASBURIAN RICIIARII S. PI'I"I'MAx Efliior'-ill-Clliff EDITORIAL STAFF VV V . . flssofialv Editor Organization Editor Circulation Manager , . Feature Editor . . . Photo Editor . .ilthlviic Editor I EEE Xa... 0 PAGE I30 E R U D I T O Exfrjwl tln' Lord build the housw, Ilmy labour in :vain I tlml lzuzla' il. Thr Lord hall: dont' grmt things for Il,f,' QL'!ll'l'f'0f fww arf glad. Psa. I27:Ig I2623. THE I 934 ASBURIAN ORVILLE H. MCKAY Buxinrxs Illanngfr VV V BUSINESS STAFF VELA CLEVELAND . ..... . . JEAN CLEVELAND IEEE VV. COBB . , PIORACE ROLICK . GERALD JONES . . . . Slwnograplzcr . . . . . . Slwnographer . fluixtant lizzsinrss Managfr . . . . . L-ldfvcrfising Manager . glsyistant .Aldfzffrfisirzg Managm' 111' Ilia! llandlrlh a mafffr lwisrly shall fm! good: and fwlloso trluvlvlfz in ilu' Lord, happy is ln: The fwise in lzfarl shall bf fallml f'I'llt1I'l1f.' and ffm 5uw'lr1rs5 of Zfzv lips inrrwm'll1 Ifllfllillff. -prov. 16:20, M. REL I G I O .U PAGE l3I MODERN l,.XNCL'AGl? CLIRS CLASSICAL LANGUAGE CLUBS Y dijo lfhoivri' 111' aqui el jnufbln han f0lI1L'7lZ6l!l0 R U D I T I O ri obmr, y nada lm rwlraeni afzora dw lo gm' han pen- Jznfo lzafwr. .lfmm pups, duscrzzdzzznox, y fonfunda- 0 PAGE I32 mm all! sux lI'l1Illll5 . . . 'I ' -Gen. 1116, 7. XYOMEN,S HOIXIILETICAL ASSOCI.XTION BIINISTIZRIAL ASSOCIATION .Ind ln' said unm lfzfm, Go yr info all Ifn' world, and jwrmffz lim gm-jwl In ciwry w'f'al11rr. 111' Ilmt br- liwfvwlfz am! is llafvlizml .vlzall bf 5Ili'1'm1,' lm! fir llmf brlimvffz not .vlzall ln' Lflllllllfd. -Mk. 16:15, 16' Al 0 PAGE l33 BIG SISTER CLUB iAl,LliXli XVILSON . . . . . l'n'.vii1r11l Doius COLE ...... . I'iu,'-I'n'5ii1wz1l MARDELLE Azvrsrurz . . , . Swrrrlary PAULIXE YANDIZRSALL . . 7'rwas1u'rr SARA VANCE . . . . Chaplain I11lwrIor1zlo1'.' VVhnt is the "Big Sister C'luh"? l:n'if0r.' Vlvell, to he very truthful, Nir, l'm not vm-ry well zuvlualintecl with the eluh IUlIClllIlC'I'j' and methods. As you van see, it l'UIll'Cl'll5 the girls only, Int.: Dont you have any iclen of what they flu? Oh, yes, I know a little about them. Frum what I can gather, it is one nf the must praisewcrthy organizations nu the campus. lt is composed entirely of LIPPEI'-ClLlS5Yl'lEI1. At the beginning of the sclinnl year, auch member finds for her- self amine new girl und befriends this prutegmie :rs Z1 hig siatcr until ahe has an np- pnrtunity to make other friends nnrl enter the swing of school lite. R U D I T I O lfi'lofc1'd,.lwl zu Inav' mn' llll'0lhI'li.' for flffvl' is of Gudg PAGE I34 and I"U1'ly our ffm! lIl'U1'ffl IJ bon: of God, and know- wllf God. Ilr ffm! 1Il'7JI'ff1 1101 Ix'Il0'bU1'f!l no! Cody for God ix lofuc. -I Jim- 417, 8. . -fy",-N xx + I 3.33. " ' K ARTIST SERIES COMMITTEE RAx'MoNn I'1'1"1'MAN . . . . . .Clmirnmzz NANCY KNIGlI'1' . . ,....... Ilnrirss IIoRAcE Boucx . . . ..-. Businfss Aflazzzzym' RALPH STEESE . . -.Idfvrrlixing Managvr MRS. D. L. Mooklz . --.-f Sfcrffary VVALLACE VVIGGINS . . . . Host Edilor: l'm a little better informed about the Artist Series Committee and their function. Ask me about them, go ahead. Interlofutor: All right. VVhat is the Artist Series?. Ed.: Each year this committee, elected by the Senior class, arranges for five or six high-class educational and cultural programs to be given by artists and lecturers of national repute. The programs are Hnanced by selling season tickets at the opening of school and charging reasonable admission at the cloor for those not holding tickets, Inf.: VVho are some of the artists and lecturers? Ed.: This year we have had Art Young, archer, hunter and lecturerg the Bernat String Trio, and Elliott james, lecturer on liquirl air. This is only a partial list. My shucp llfur my fvniff, and I knofw lhrm, and if1z'y fnlfofw 7lIl'.' rind I giwf unto lhrm Mrrnal lifrf and R E L I G I O Illry xhall nrfvfr perish, nfilhrr .vlmll any man pluck lhrm out of my lmnd. -Mlm 10.27, 28. o J PAGE I35 'Q PAGE I36 IJ NI IE ECONOMICS IJI1l',XR'l'NlENT ART CI.l'B lim' 1cf1rf.vrw'Qw1' nIl'jlIA'l'f!l nf Mr fwzllrr ffm! I .vfmfl gfimw' ,llifll .ffmll lll'i'l'l' llllrylg 1111! lln' 1'LL'1Ilr'I' lfml I xfmll lliT'l' him .vfmlf ln' in him II mcwll nf '1L'llf1'f .Yflfilljfillff uf' inln r'7'frln.vlif11f lifr. -jim, gil 5. l'RliA.Xll2I7ICAI, CLR IE C.X.Xll'L'S ENGINEERS ll'ilf1fmlJ llfll ffflllll from lflrflz In Qiffllllfl il ix Juv, QUXZWII il if in lfn' fvrmwr' nf fflillf fmmi lu flu il. Say NUI llIl!U My llrigfflivfr, Gu, ami rflnn' ugfaizz, ami Ionzor- rn-zc I will gfiqvy' fLL'fll'Il llmu !lIl5f il lly Iliff. -Pruv. 3:27, 28. PAGE l37 PAGE l38 S'l'l'lJENT VULL NTEIZR INION FOREIGN S'l'l7lJI2NTS Cl,l'I5 .lml lzallz nmdr of our blood all nalions nf Vlll'Il for In draw!! on all flu' fum' of flu' mrlh, . . . Tlmt tlwy .vfmuld sfwk lfn' I,nrlf, if lmply lllwy llliffflf frfl Ilfln' him, and fm! him, . . . -Acts I 7126, 27. .. .......i. ..l But Daniel purposed in his heart that he would not delile himself with the portion of the king's meat, nor with the Wine which he drank: therefore he requested . . . that he might not defile himself. -Dan. hs. resentinq the AT Il l f I I I S Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God. Give none offence, neither to the Jews, nor to the Gentiles, nor lo the church of God. -I Cor. I0:3I, 32. KM Wm as 4 Q' L' 1 k ,f- 04, . 'r 1 1 'T I K A fy -Y 'r 1 .-1. ' f J---5-'b . ww H if xl' r ,Q is Y W, K. , 1-s. A ,Q MW? V '- ,Q 1 4 ,mf .14 A135-H45 K ,Sf gk . K Q is S, Q A, A . . ,f- sg, Q V at ss Xl' 4 V 4 QA , ig. fl mdk ff? M Q P Q If 4 4 J xieab, .1 s , ,ya 5 4 ,fi 'fx J A., Js'i -5: N A 6 - 4- i Y 7 . A . Jim if' 5 1 1 Wfiiffgiw' fbwfmf' XY1-su-1-fxeld. In-wis XYzu'1u-r, l':1uuzLber:lu-r, Murgzm lu-uvvs. Slwlwuxwl Colm-, Justus, Smith ASBU RY ATHLETIC ASSGCIATION Y. D. VVliS'l'ERlfIliLIJ . . BENJAMIN Llfwxs . . DORIS VVARXER . . . . RAY PAxx,xm:cKER . ffRACE MORGAN . . Iinwlx RHIZVIZS . DORIS Com: . . . I.mGH'1'0x SHHPARIJ . C. RALSTON SMITH . KARL jUs'l'Us . . My foul hafh hfld his sfvjhs, his -way lmfur 1 kvfvt, ami not dvflir1."fI. Azilhrr hafvr I your bark from Ihr mm- mandmrzzf of hix H1155 I llafvr 1'Sff'l'll1!'1l Ihr fwords of his moulh mon lhan my mrn'5.mr'y food. -job 23211, 12. 1,7Al'.Yid1'l1f . , S1'r'r1'I11ry 7'fL'llJlll't'I' Ifaslzfllzall liuxkffhall . Tumi: . Tennis liasfball . Track EL Coach IGIO PAGE I43 FRESHMAN PANTHERS AMS'l'lL'I'Z . , . ,. . . Cllf7ftlilZ SMITH . I..'xMB . Youxc . CII.-wily: . CRAXN . D1r:'1'z . N,xxKlvEL . llr gfifzvlh jmfmr lo lfn' fainl' Iforumxl . Umm! Fnrfward . Cflllrl' - Guard Ifurfwzmi . Guard . Guard lhwy Mal fwail upon ilu' 1,0111 shall rffzwfw lfffir 5ln'r1gf!!1,' ffzvy .vlzall nmun! up fwflh 'lL'illfl.Y as l'llfflf'.Y,' fhwy .vlmll fuzz, 1111.1 not bv E 1uwll'y,' and lffwy Jim!! walk, 1111.1 not faiui. PAGE I44 -Isa. 40:29, 31. RUDIT E ,fa-wh SOPHOMORE CARDINALS M AXVVELL Srmlfmk . F ROGGE . r1iA'l'E . S NEA RY . Dfxvxs . ,IONHS . fl00IJIIAXU . . . . . . Forfward lfapmin . . Conlvr . .Forfward . Guard . Guard . Guard . Guard . Guard ll'fml? know yf' not thu! your body if Ibn' lcmple of Ibn Iloly Gboxl -zulzirfz is in you, whiff: ye bafve of God, and yr arf no! your ofwn? For yz' arf' bought -wiflz a primg lfnfrfffore glorify God in your body, and in your spiril, wbifb an' GUll'.f. I Cor, 6:19, 20. 0 PAGE l45 JUNIOR TSGERS DE P1xc'1'ER . Lars . . Coxx . . ROGERS . . VXNCHNT . FRANTZ . . CARY . . PANNABI-:CKER Cajrinin . Guard . Cwnfer G uaml Fnrfward For-ward . . Guard . Guard . Guard Kun-w ye not lhal Zhfy fwhirh run in a raw run all, hu! any ren'ifUe'1h the prize? 'So run, Ihat yr may ob- tain. :Ind mfwry man illat Jfriwrllz for Ilw maslery ix fl'lIlf5l'fz'Il1' nz ai! illzngs. -I Cm. 9:24, 25. 0 PAGE I46 T7 of 35 . 6 5-'-H' 0 'Q RUDIT E Q05 -v S , nw- . 5 R, 'Y 54-n"l91 W 0'- " A LIGIO 3l""TP SENIOR YELLOW Lmcn . P0'I"I'liR . Rm-:vias SIMPSON DIXOX . HALI. . Woonsox SMITH . JACKETS o Cnjbluiu Forfward . Center . Guard Fo rfwa rd . Guard Fo r-ward . C f urn' . G ua rd For fwr know fha! if our rarrhly housv of lhis tabrr- nacle fwfrc dissolwfd, fwv ha-vw a building of God, . . . Nzrrnaf in Ihr lll'll'Ul'll5. For in lhix fun' groan, rarncsl- ly df.x'iring to 111' rlolhrd upon fwiih our housv 1-which ix from hrafvrn. --II Cor. 521, 2. 0 PAGE I47 1. 'X ff, ..-. S9 ms, K' f M ,:.., : 5511 x3 5 ' M "' X . ig N .. Rs-em Q5 ., , SEMINARY PREACHERS W , A ,N ig. 5 Gif . . Q L x JUSTUS , , . . . Guard Clllblllill Q Mzxckokv Foffnvafd ' BI.1'rcH . Forfwzmi .. ' ' N Ovuxmyuk . Guard LEWIS , For-ward RANCK , . Cnztrr f' Cokuus . . Cfvllvr' K 11111 haw' r'v11o1zf1u'd Mc hidilfn lfzings af ffisholuxvly. not walking in t'l'6lffiI11'J.V, nor hrmdling the word of God df'n'itfully,' but by llIllIlif1'Jfllfi0ll of Me trulfz connrzmzrlirzy ozzrsvlfvws lo wzvny lIIllIl'5 corzsciffzzcc in fflc' Jiglfl of God. -II Cor. 4:2. 0 PAGE I48 N Q-- X K -:A 1 RUDITIO . .L, A-. gg sq , A J .-k. 9 0 FQ il N t tt X if 2 'I A 9 ik Q NX F R :je KR , if si is, Ra 3' gl -- :I-It krkk k.,k ' 3,6 :tg s ' - , -Q- -et: ,. ., as ss Ig A X BE Z, t is I E LIGIO if su W in I 1 lr b S X B I W WEARERS OF THE "A" VVM. lVlAXWE1,I. . Baseball, Basketball, Track KATHERINE VVESTERFIELD . Basketball, Track SERGIUS LEACII . Baseball, Basketball, Tennis EDITH LowRY . . MILES DEPAc:'I'I-:R . l70RIS COLE . . .l. . . Basketball, Tennis . Baseball, Tennis Basketball, Tennis C. RALSION SMITII ....... Baseball flRPllA FOGLE . . Basketball, Track .Im-IN SIMPSON . , .... Baseball lVllI,DRED BEASLEY . Basketball BOYD MACRORX' . A . . Tennis FVELYN KILBY . . . Basketball FoRRr:s'I' FROGGE . . Basketball EIIMA REI-:D . V. .Basketball EDWIN REEVES . . Basketball SEIII CIRANBERRY . . . Tennis IIUGH BARNETI' . . . Track HAROLD COPPAGE . ,Track LIilGll'lON SHEPARD . . Tennis EDITII VVELSII . E . . Basketball REX Drxox . . . . Basketball MARTIN HRINTON . . Baseball JAMES Woonsox . . , Track VERNON GDODIIAND . . Track PAUL P0'l"l'ER . . , Basketball MARY JORDAX CARTER . . . Tennis . . Track j. VVILIIUR CDLE . . vi Y limi' yr om' llll0fhl?f'.l' b1H'dL'llJ, aml .to fulfil ihq lafw of Cllrixf. .Ind lvl us not be 'weary ill-'LCFII dozng: for in dur sfasozz fwfr shall reap, if Awe fault not. -Gal. 612, 9. " PAGE I4-9 0 PAGE I5O SEN KOR-SOPHUMORE J UNIOR-FRESHMAN BASEBALL for lfn' gran' f'l'llfI'A! 10 all I lilzms and -'war wmzsly, and go BOYS BOYS of God ffm! III'i?lfl1'llI ,vulfvuliorz lmfh up idly lusts, -wa .rlzoulfl lifuz' Jobrrly, right flly, in this jrrzwfzl vworld. -Tit. 2:11, 12. urn, Tmching us lfzai, dfnying unyod- MAT CLASS Fm' lzmlily fxH'1i.w' profilwllz lilllf: fm! fl01HilII'.V.Y if jvrofimlzlw unln all fflillyi, flll'l'Illfj fu'nr11i.w of tfn' lijz' lfml nnu' ix, and of Jfml 'l,L'!lil'll if In IKOIIIW. Tfnx is ll flifflkflll Xflyillff nuff fworllly of all r1z'1'1'j1l11lif11l. -I '1'im. 4:52, 9. PAGE ISI F F TRACK I7Ifr"I'I0l'llf0I'.' lid, you're pretty proud of your athletic teams, aren't you ? Iillifllll' Sure. Int.: VVell here's a chalice to prove their prowess. Tell me how Ld.: In! Eff.. many meets this track squad won last season. I'm sorry, sir, but you have a mistaken idea about our athletics. VVe do not have interscholastic sports as do other schools. Ours is entirely intramural. This is the picture of those who have Won lette1's in track. I think you are wrong in not having interscholastic sports. You cannot develop nearly as good teams by so limiting your athletic program. VVhat of it? VVe have an athletic program adequate for the needs of the student body. Beyond that, is it not unwise to major on sports at the expense of education and religion? Int.: lVI-m-m--you're mighty stubborn, but "almost thou persuadest me." .-Ind tfn' ffzild gfefw, and fwaxfd Jlrong in spirit, filled R U D I T I O fwzlh 'LUi5d0lfl.' and ffn' gram of God -was upon him. .-Ind .lexus znrr1'a.vml in fwisdom and Jralurf, and in I E fzwour fwillz Cod and man. . PAGE I52 -Luke 2140, 52. TENNIS Eflilor: Now sir, do you see the broad grin all over this picture? v l11f1'rlof11f0r.' Yes. I-,1l.. Int Ed.. Int Ezl.. Inf lfrl.. VVell, itls that "winning smilefl ' Oh, I see-the winning smile. Sure, and rightfully so, for these are the winners over a field of more than two hundred tennis vlavers. Oh tennis is a ma'or I , n J sport here at Asbury. At least half of the student body par- ticipate actively in it. Remarkable l Vvould you like me to point out the champions? Yes, I clonyt mind if you clo. Doris Cole, center, won the ladies' singles and Sergius Leach, extreme right, won the men's singles. VVe have two tourna- ments each year, one in the spring, ancl one in the fall. Cole and Leach were the winners last fall. The outcome of the spring tournament remains to be seen. . . . -he shall ho a fvessol unfo honour, sa1z1'1'ihf'd, and 1111111 for Ihr mas1fr'5 usc, and prrjnarrd unto vfufry good -work. Flu' also youthful lusts: but follow right- 1'0ll5IlE'55, faith, vharity, pfarf, fwith lhem tha! fall on Ihr Lon! ou! of fl pure hrarf. du Tim' 2:21, 22. --i i 1 RELIGIO E3 PAGE i54 GIRLS' BASKETBALL 1111 Ixllhx I111wzu'1 l.1l.11ri, H111 W1-sh-1'li1-111, 4':1pt:1in, V111 -'g " " ' I.mv1'y, Czxlvlzxixl, l'1'llIk'l'I Jiuyh-. l'u1'w111'd' 4111111113 H1-1111, hu SICNIORS lg XXI111-gurl, I4'111'w1u'1l1 M111-, Ifo1'w1u'dg Iluld, Guzlxwlg X'Vvlsl1, slvy, Guurmlg May' llll:x1'1I. JYNIOICS 1'u1'zv1', I"L1l'XY2ll'dI Sims, l"1m1'wu1'd5 Silu-S, f1L1ill'1lQ Fuglv. 111-413 St:11111u1 01' Ril-my tluurml. -111111 111' lll11f1l1 ll1tl.l'l' 11111 kIl0f1,L' 111111 Illllll doth 1101 11+zw' by 11111111 only, 11111 by Muwry funn! 1,1111 jJroNr111'l11 0111 nf l111' l?l0ll11l of lln' 1,0111 110111 1111111 11fL'1'. T111'r1'- fun' 1111111 5111111 krrjv ffll' ro111mzU111ll11'l1l.f nf ffll' 1,r1r11 My God. Dent. 813, 6. GI RLS' BASKETBALL SOPIIOBIUIKICS Biulm, Vzlptzlilm, l"llI'VN'2Ll'llQ Fisllvr, If'm'wur:lg Vliugen. I4'orw:1r1lg Tillllvll, Vvlxtvrg Iiutll, Guzlnlg Luwis, LQll1lI'l1Q Harlvisnm, flL1ul'dg Six-inllzlrl. Gllallwl. l"Rl'1SHMI+IN GrisL-mn. VZXIJLRHII, l4'm'wzu'4l: Mmm, F01'wm'4l: Hllglillhl, Ifmxxalwlg .I:1ynv, Cult:-rg NYaddvll, Guard Ahlwy, Hllzlrdq All-rgaux, Guzurxlg Kirtleyv lluursl. 1l'fm .vfmfl ll5t':'lln! iIlf0 lflf' Iliff of ffll' l,r1111.' or -zcfm ffm!! .Yllllld in his fmly plzlfrf 111' lfml llllfll tffllll lzamlx, and a ,burr fn'nr1,' fwfm hath noi liffwd up lliy .soul :mln Tllllily, nor sfworn flr:'1'iIfully. -Psalm 2413, 4. PAGE l55 ARCHERY lfzlitor: Look at that proud picture, sir! llIft'I'10t'llf01A.' Yes, I am looking. hi.. 1111 lid.. 1111 Eff.. Inf Aren't they a valiant set of archers? Fine! 1,11 wager they shoot like gentlemen'-fair and tar off! Ha, ha. Oh, donlt he too hard on them. Have you ever tried to plant a shaft in the gold at forty yards? No, l'll confess I haven't. Perhaps for that reason I had better retract my somewhat doubtful compliment. How long have you had Archery at Asbury? This is only the seeond year, hut it seems to be flourishing. This past fall we had the privilege of having Art Young here to give a lecture on his hunts with the bow and a1'1'ow. VVe were greatly interested in it. He even consented to shoot a few ends with some of the members of the archery class. He also gave us some good, sound advice. You were right fortunate to have him. Ya ham' hward lhal if hall: luwz mid, fin rye for an R U D I T I Q ryf, and a moth for a tooth: But I Jay 1lllf0 you, That yr rfsisl not wil: 11111 f-wl1o5o1'fzn'r shall .vniifv flux' on lfly riglll rfffek, fllfll fo llim lfn' Offlfl' 11150. Q . PAGE IE6 -Matt. 5:38, 39. A merry heart maketh a cheerful counte- nance: but by sorrow of the heart the spirit is broken. All the days of the afflicted are evil, but he that is of a merry heart hath a continual feast. -prov. I5:I3' IS. resentinq the f If A f ll I S But as .he Which hath called you is holy, so be ye holy in all manner of conversationg Be- cause it is Written, Be ye holyg fo' I 'lm holy- -1 Pef. ms, le. GATEW fi, X f - Q ,M -i 3, CASE STUDIES N0 No No No No No No No. No Financier Queen of the hive. F r e s h from the country Lecturer Still in his prime Model Husband Setting the example Use of leisure time Argumenlation and Debate .lml fwl1alsu1'1w'r yu Jn, Jn if lnrurlily, as In iffy l.ora, E R U D I T I Q nm! 1101 Ilfllfl llll'll,' l.'11f1-willy llml of lln' Lorrl yr' shall rrwifvr lfnr rmcurd of lllc llIflL'i'llllIllt.'.' for ye 51'l"U1,' lflL' Lord Clfriyl. C . - ol. 3.23, 24. 'yn K Q PAGE ' ' ' lbl I DIPPY DITTIES "Many b r a 1' e hearts are asleep in the deep-so beware, bewarefv "Just a-wearyin, for you." "Gone are the days, when my heart was young and gay-" "This is the Way We Wash our ears so earfy in the morning." "Light she Was and like a fairy, and her shoes were number ninef, "In all my dreams, your fair face beams." "Here We sit like birds in the Wildernessf' ELIGIO YNY,-m"Ff. ' 5,5-fps ,www I x F . x ff PAGE l62 lm! all billwmrsx, and fwflllfl, and !lll!fl'l', and rlanmur, and Nail .ffP1'IIlQillfl, bf pu! aiway from you. twirl: all nmliur .Ind ln' yr kim! our Io llllllfflff, lnzdrrllmrind, fnrgiqvizzg orzf lI7I0f!1l'I', wfcwz as Gnd for Cflrisfs mkw fmflz forgiiwz you. -Eph. 4:31, 32' .V K 1.13. A le i any., ai Q 3 Enya 4 'V-9 R- K Z I. ,.,f.,h A 1' KA Q 7 w' suv .mil Vfkhh gtg H 1 'll' 'U' ,WRX A . "'A 1 , i fxiif rs f M51 21'-. .ws 41- n Q h 3 .,, ,N L r pq nj Q Ara . .B 3. I f ,yn 4 v S ,, L, A252 . il ,K an ff! 1' 7' 1 WWQLW il? 'bi' e 2:'2""'A "' 'M 'V+--t. M i sms' in Q Q52 ii A A 4 f. Q s -A v-A1 1 . .. , 'f ..'- :: S , Qiq: 'A . , 4:,:: . X ::' N-3 ' X .- , Mylan M N5 Q f- ,V 5 e e SYBILLANT " A-4- SYMPHONIES f is 6 www ,S 31 3, ...A 3 sg 1 I M .gif ,sl , fi! J, K ,. ,Q L , N I . fd' . re ve ee -e -e llr t'tl7'1'f,1ll for zmllliflgg lull ill l'i'1'I'j'l!llIlff fly jwruyrr and .vzzjwplifzlliolz Quill: lfl!lIlh'5ffl'L'lIl!f lvl your r'f'q11wsl,r ln' nzailr kll04'LL'll unln Gnd, .Ind lin' fzmrw of Gnd . . . ,vfmll l'rr'ff your lll'lll'lA' uml llllllfli lllfflllyll Clfrixl .h'.vu,v. --Phil. 426, 7. And the dawn comes up like thunder." Oh where, oh where can my little dog be." Some think the World is made for fun an' frolicf' Rig-a-jig-jig and away We go: High-of High-of High-o."' "Home, home on the range." Down the river nf golden dreams." We Won,t be home until morning? ERUDITIO PAGE S63 I wr ef -r I POET'S PAGE "Hail to thee, blithe spirit! Bird thou never Wertgv We are not here to play. to dream, to drift, We have hard work to do and loads to lift." It isn't the fact that you're dead that counts, But only,hoW didyou die?" Work-Work-Work, Till the brain begins to swim, Work-work-work, Till the eyes grow heavy and dim!" My face, I donlt mind it, For I am behind itg It's the people in front that I jar.', "Most all the time, the whole year 'round, there ain't no flies on me, But jist before Christmas, I'm as good as I can bef' Dig a grave and let me lie ,Neath the wide and starry Q L 1 , ,ax i .s i 'Q NP .sky." xl mfrry lwarl tlvwllz good lilw' a lzzrdifizlu' but a R E L I G I O lIf?h'l'II spirit driwlll ,tim lmmxv. ,I mlm Iflal hllfh I E frzrmfs must slfffw lllllljrlf friwmllyfv and lllrrf is zz Lag, PAGE I64 frirml llml .vlirkwllz rlrmv than I1 lfrnllzwr. -Prov. I7:2zg 18:24. nk! 'I , if 4' V-rg.. " .,. ilk S"X ' ' ,-1-V .1 1 "., .' 'lf FAMILY ALBUM l Ray, y.mr'f" 'v' Fftlnkie, , Bernie, Georgie, xi Bobby Wendland, Anabel, Charlie, Olin, Doris C., Mickey and her sister, Cap, Lawson, 13111 godlznfsx fwillz forzlvzzfnzvnt is grval gain. For -we llfllllffflf nolhzng mio 11115 world, and 11' I5 wrtzzzzz 'we frm furry nolllzng out, .Ind hrrfwng food and raunfnl lvl 115 lu' flll'fl"LUlfh fvnlfnl. -I Tim. 616, 7, 8' Doris W., Seth. ERUDITIO PAGE xT o I 6 5 I CAMPUS LIFE Bread line. Study hours. "Giddup bossief' Before chapel. Picture day poses. "Second floor, pleasef' "Catch me quick." When China was in flower. ELIGI -. 1. - -1. I PAGE 166 92 C. wi! Q 'fill I my lllllll you, Lori' JYIIH' 1'111'11111'.v, l1l1'.v.v 1111111 I 1t 4HIA.Yl' yllll, 1111 11111111 lo lf11'l11 H1111 lmlr yflll, 11111f Ill for lf11'111 fu'l111l1 1i1'.vp1If'f11lly 1111- you, llllll f7l'lHl yung l'xl'I' if yr lam' lf11'111 fkflflfl In-tw' yon, fu! m'111'11 lzafzw' yu' Awlm. 5:44 i'? we 3 Q ' .QA ' w i Q iw A , .1 Qi, .Mkph ,ML Sf- 'Af-TQQQSQ?- 1 ft- .. ww A: it ." -3f rJf'1 'iJZ:f's-2 .xii - In-1f'?i'.: ww-.V STRANGE AS IT MAY SEEM- Stretched out for a nap. A negro on a coal pile at midnight. Bagging big game. I ,MX . . . ' 29 'L Four generations of big sus- A "Lt ters. A Q. As-Berries 'as-beans. 1 Q X We're off! fln more ways i , . LEQHVJ' Vt 2 than one.2 , . 31, A 'L - V 1 , L JJ What goes up must come W if- ,gist z A Lv A down. 1 V ,. ' LM: 1 - A swan eating marshmallows l in a snowstorm. 1 A A n 1 W w .lmi ulzzllsfw-z'f'r' Jw' .vlnlfl ask ill- .my llllllllf, ffm! will I E R U D I T I O X Jn, llml lfn' lfllillfl' may lu' fffilfl-f7r'd III Hn' Son. If yr' E .vfmll ask rlnylflingf in my IllIll11', I fwill do tl. If yr' Inav' mr, Mrf my 1nf111m1mfmf1ll.f. m l4H3, 14, ID. PAGE ' . . I 67 t E L I G I O l . g'f PAGE I68 THE INTERLOCUTOR AND EDITOR Co-ml: Ed! O-oh, Ed! lNIay I speak to you for a moment? Edifor: Sure. XVill you excuse me for an instant, sir? Interlocutor: Certainly. Co-ml! VVho is your friend there? Ed.: Co-1 Ed.. Int Elf.. Illf Ed.. Thatls lNIr. -, a visitor whom l've been showing about the campus. Come, let 1ne introduce him to you. fd! Oh, no. I'm in such a hurry to get back over to the gym where welre decorating that I wouldn't have time. But listen. VVonlt you invite him to our class party tonight? I-Ie would probably enjoy it, and I'm sure weld be glad to have him. Bet held be tickled pink. Thanks for calling me over. I'll ask him right away. Itls getting well on toward supper time. Shall we walk back to the dormitory? Yes, we might as well. lNIr. --, how would you like to go with me to our class party tonight? ' Class party? I wasn't quite sure whether you permitted those here. I thought that Asburians didn't dance. Why of course we don't. But does a person have to dance to have a good time? You must come with me this evening, and welll find merriment and jollity enough to make a statue laugh. All without a taint of rioting or dissipation, too. XVil1 you be there? Inf.: 1,11 be there with bells on. Come around for me fifteen min- utes early. .Ind 'Z,C!llll5I1t'7Jl.'l' yr' shall ask in my nmmf, tlzal will I do, llmt My fllllflfl' may lm glorified in IM' Son. If yr shall ask any Ming in my IIIIIIIP, I will do il. If yr lofuf mr, lcvrjl my commanflmrnis. -john 14:13-15. READ 0lJll ADS Compliments of MASON DRUG CO. "Anything in Drugs" Wilmore, Ky. OF COLLEGE DRY CLEANERS Compliments of HOLMAN AND MARKHAM R. L. BLACKFORD SIMS DRUG STORE The REXALL Store A F 'end to Asbury Wilmore, K Compliments of PARITS CLOTHING CO Lexington, Kentucky COMPLIMENTS OF DR. V. C. CILLISPIE and DR. R. C. BOCGS Dentist Post Office Building WILMORE, KY. COLLEGE CORNER RESTAURANT STEWART MOTOR CO. Repair Work, Gas, Oil WILMORE, KY. Meals Lunch Fountain Service A. A. LYTTLE fs? CO. v Garage b Furniture and Paints B. S. HEWES Wilmore, K Wilmorea Ky. C""'P'ime"tS of HERRIFORD'S STORE Jones-Savage Lumber Co. R. 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BEST WISHES FROM THE UNION TRANSFER 55 STORAGE COMPANY LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY LEXINGTON 'S Compliments Of POPULAR SHOPPING Kaufman Clothing Co CENTER SMART APPAREL FOR COLLEGE MEN LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Photographs for tl'1e 1934 Asluurian Made By SPIETH STUDIO PORTRAIT AND COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Phone 521 Olney, Illinois ALL MAKES .N lang , ---V SALE OR RENT F R 0 M Special Rental Rates to Students While The Leader entertains positive con victions on all subjects of State- and Nation- F R I E N D wide importance, its editorial policy is influ- enced by a desire to be fair, to be informa- tive, and to promote the moral, social, and economic welfare of the home-loving reader. THE LEXINGTON LEADER Once upon a midnight dreary, While I pondered, weak and weary, Cramming for examinations On a book of history lore, While I nodded, nearly napping, Suddenly there came a tapping As of some intruder rapping- Rapping on my chamber door. Thought I, " 'Tis some student scrapping, Scrapping near my chamber door, Only this and nothing more." So I said, "I'll just ignore it, I won't blame those freshmen for it. They're not cultured -I de- plore it- Like the noble Sophomore." So I settled down to cramming, Cramming for the big examming, Facts into my cranium ramming, Facts from history's musty store, Names and dates and events jamming In my head so tired and sore. This I did and nothing more. While thus deeply concentrating, Came the sound exasperating Once again the silence breaking, Interrupting as before. "'Tis some boys who lack dis- cretionf, Said I, with a wry expression, "Come to hold a bulling-session Here upon my chamber floor. N ,Tis the height of indiscretionlv Mustered I, becoming sore, "Surely that if nothing more." THE RAVEN fWitlv apologies to Poe.Q By W. COLE So I gave a shout, "Who is it, Coming with a nocturn visit? Will you state in terms explicit Why you're knocking on my door?" No one answered to my calling. Then there came the thought appalling, Sending cold chills spineward crawling: Thought I, ",Tis the monitor, Come to sentence me to hauling Coal for twenty hours or more, Which has happened once be- foref, Staggered by a thought so shock- ing, I-Iurriedly the door unlocking, Fingers trembling, knee-caps knocking, Open wide I threw the door. There instead of my conjection, Even most minute inspection Could reveal in no direction Any person near my door. Said I, " ,Tis those foolish Freshmen Playing tricks to make me sore, Only this and nothing more." Dazedly my portal closing, I was quietly reposing In my armchair, lightly dozing, When there came the sound once more. As I glanced about me, searching, Suddenly I noticed, lurking In the gloom, a raven, perching On the transome of my door, Watching me with evil smirking From his perch above my door Terrifying me once more. "Alasl" I cried in tone despairing, ",Tis an evil omen, bearing News most terrible and scaring Of what morning has in store. He's a liendish incarnation, So I gave an exclamation, "Tell me, Raven, I imploreg In this big examination Shall I make a passing score? Quoth the raven, "Nevermorel, Staggered by this statement crushing, Tears into my eyes came rushing, Sorrow up within me gushing As I sank upon the floor, Then I cried with nerves all shaken, 'icould you be perhaps mistaken? Can I not, O Mr. Raven, If I cram four hours more, Cram until the birds awaken, Make at least a passing score?" Quoth the raven, "Nevermore!, Then he flapped his wings gi- gantic, Gave a croaking laugh, Satanic, Throwing me into a panic As it echoed o'er and o'er. Out the window he went flying, And that laugh so terrifying Heard I in the distance dying, As I lay upon the Hoot, Swooning with the horrifying Thought of doom impending o'er To be lifted, nevermore. 9 7 THE LIL' BRACK SHEEP Po' lil' brack sheep dat strayed away, Done los' in de win' an' rain- An, de Shepherd, He say, "O, Hirelin', Go fin' my sheep again." An' de hirelin' say, "O Shepherd, Dat sheep am brack an, bad." But de Shepherd, He smile, like dat lil' brack sheep Wuz de onliest lamb He had. An, de Shepherd go out in de darkness, Where cle night wuz col' an' bleak, An' dat lil' brack sheep, He fm' it, An, lay it agains' His cheek. An' de hirelin, frown, "O, Shepherd, Don, bring dat sheep to melv But de Shepherd, He smile, an' He hol' it closi, An' dat lil' brack sheep wuz me. 1 A SENSITIVE MAN By POLLY HALL Keenly he felt another's stab of pain, Yet never winced at suffering of his own, No one for help appealed to him in vain, And yet he seldom made his burdens known. To see a stranger hurt upon the street Would chill his blood and turn him faint and white, He shared the poor man's agony complete, But, struck himself, he deemed the injury slight. The men like this who still to us remain, Who never flinch from blows that must have stung, And yet so keenly feel another's pain, Must find life bitter-sweet upon the tongue. -From the American Boy. b Interlocutor: Thank you sincerely for the interest you have taken in me and the time you have spent in showing me about. I have enjoyed- Editor: I beg your pardon, Mr.--, have you met Mr. McKay here? Int.: No, I have not had the pleasure. Ed.: Mr. -, Mr. McKay. Mac and I, sir, have labored together on this book. He is the business manager. Int.: Fine! I must congratulate you two upon your work. Ed.: Well, thank you, but there are sev- eral others deserving of reward, too. The Asburian staff in particular put in a great deal of hard work on this annual. You may be sure we owe them a debt of gratitude difficult to pay. Then there is Mr. john Benson. His help was invaluable when we were planning the book. The Benson Printing Co., too, went more than half-way in giving us all neces- sary aid and advice. Do you remember the honeycomb design on the class pages? That would not have been possible had it not been for the efforts of Mr. Charles Hoy and the Jahn 86 Ollier Engraving Co. They did their best for us in every way. And how did you like the photography work? We are pretty proud of it. It was done by Mr. Fred Spieth, who co-operated with us to the utmost. Int.: I am pleased to learn that. Now, Ed, I fear I shall have to take my leave. Ed.: Goodbye, Mr. --. Iim sorry to see you go. 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