Asbury University - Ashburian Yearbook (Wilmore, KY)

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I 1 .1 , ,, , ,, ,,,, , , -:J r L E 1 - U Ev A P , ilu. fr 'S fl . . . H5 1 w A E vhiraiinn How unseliish has been your devotion to As- bury College and to the Christ we serve . . . Your , time and talent have HOC been limited to your duties n as a teacher but you have given yourself to the needs of those about you. No problem is too smallw for your consideration and your understanding heart has led many into a deeper walk with Christ. just as you won souls for as you labored on the Burma Mission Field so are you still working for His Kingdom. We admire you in your many and varied roles . . . In the home, a gracious hostess . . . In the classroom, counselor, teacher, friend . . . Life, to you, is an adventure to be lived to its fullest in Christ. x Because' your vision has enveloped the needs of the world . . . Because you have served Him as a true Christian . . . Be- cause your life has challenged us to follow Him . . . Because of your invaluable contribution to Asbury College . . . It is to you, Mrs. Holland, that we dedicate the 1948 ASBURIAN. It is oar purpose, to fulfill-the Word of God when He said . . . Go ye into all the world and preach the.Gospel . .i . ,Now is our time of preparation to ourselves 'for 'ithe task of presenting the message of' salvation to those whoare in spiritual darkness. Here in an atmosphere' of peace and fellowship in Christ our hearts, -as well as our minds, are trained to meet the cries of a sin-cursed world. We will go forth as an army of Christian workers . . . school teachers, pastors, evangelists, foreign Mmuuowun wg' 3-1 i M , A. 4 'v ff' A ' ll r 7" an -FQ '14 f m in '. - J Q' 1335, ka, 3: H -.Sie M' 'hifi ,f Jg?"'ek3 ,v I ' 55?x2!," 1 if g.mw,kJ W,f M' um . 'Agway ":Q'vFf?f" ' 2-'sf f ' " ft 'fi , .swf Z. T. JOHNSON, PH.D., LL.D. R PRESIDE We are proud of our president, Dr, Z. T. Johnson, and he will be remembered as dear- ly as any of our college years. Under his competent guidance and faithful adminis- tration Asbury College has come to be recognized throughout the world as a school which successfully blends the principles of religion and education. We are thankful for such a leader, and in the heart of each Asburian will be forever respect and admira- tion for his versatile, Christ-centered life. 22 -C1 nw xx!! ff ,W e M11 ., 1.4" A ,,,, Q I , 633' . 1,,,1 , f X 1 , .1, 11,xg11f,f 1 11' ,114 nf, ,, ,X ,614 A11 1 frnynyfi , 1 V ,-11M I, , , ,,- 11 f ,. ,1, 111 f.: : , f f 17.1111 ffff' ,, 2,1551 X 1n:,1' 77,1 1 4 11 j1f'L1 1, 1351 ' , 1WZ7,, 1.1j,,5,,f M L, ,fy 6,4-yfyn 1lV,cy,f1pf,c ,Q gyf 11f,,1 X ,JQQX XM, , , JUQ, 1,!?1Mf,,1 m?4W'f,'w,ff1 V72 fm, ' M1114 '. wwf'- ' W1ff:,51'f 1,1 1 15'-f?fW"1l!?W .,, yiffw, Wgyvfyfdm X M212 MW' fwfaljf N. ' 1 11454, e 4, 1 1 fly, 4 G! M1 . ,,,, 1 4 ffanw 7 ? ,,,,,,f, X7 1, ,,',, Q 1 Z Eli ,I W ,. , My 1, 1 1,1 111 mx, 4 ' ,fm 1 H Q .1-, K1 M w ,ZW . 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The end of a busy day. Dr. Johnson has homework too x NX .,1,. 'A x B 1 5 2 X ...-., FRANCIS M. HESTON D Dean of the College and Professor of Education THE FACULTY We are privileged to he instructed hy men and women whose lives are wholly given over to the will of God. They are more than teachersg they are friend- ly, sympathetic advisers who help us solve the problems which we meet in our educational preparation. The world LUCY ADAMS T. M. ANDERSON DUVON C. CORBITT ROBERTA DAY CORBITT HILDRETH Cnoss M.S. D.D. Ph.D. M.A. Ph.D. Home Economics Bible History Spanish Psychology and Education RUEIAFESS RUTH GARFOOT GLADYS M. GREATHOUSE CECIL B. I-IAMANN ESTALENE MOTT HARNED Gyn-k MA. MA Php. MA Englzslz SPNUI Science Psychology 1 l l eff l WA Col!-fig i adj L A .fl L i l , 1 l F3 ' l I l , . Yltltsim lifflfi K it R115 . -L : 'Wh 24 '-L K needs trained ministers, missionaries, and Christian educators. It is the desire of the faculty that students from Asbury College shall help meet this need. This purpose can be maintained only by a balance of education and religion, and through their efforts and prayers they guide our lives into paths of Christian living. It is with gratitude that we remember their consecrated service at Asbury. VVALLACE HARNE-D, A.B Busirzess Illanagw' VIRGINIA HAYES EATHEL DODDRIDGE HOLLAND WILLIAM W. HOLLAND HAZEL TURNER KERNS RACHEL GILLESPIE OSIPOFF M.A. M.A. M.A., D.D. B.Mus. A.B., B.Mu Frenclz and Spanish English Religion and Social Sludies Piano Voice V G. OSIPOFF ERA XVILDER PENISTON AALBERT T. PUNTNEY PAUL RAY D. VV. RICHARDSON S,T,D, lVl.A. Ph.D. Ph.D. lVl.A Religious Education Mfusic English Science Pllyszcal Educatzon V' 25 nf. C H STEWART EVA TAYLOR RUTH VAN SCIVER ELIZABETH WILLITS WARNER 'A ig MA' M-A. Q, C, TIARNER In .M.A. . 665,31 ial Science English Music Librarian Social Studzes ' Soc Y. D. WESTERFIELD ROBERT F. WILEY LAVETTA SERROTI' ARTHUR FLESER DORIS METZ , MA. MA. A.B. A.B. A.B. A Mathematics and Physical Science Graduate Assistant Graduate Assistant Graduate Assistant 533 ' - f Educatioz Religion Speech Home Economics inf MRS. 1'1OMER JENKINS, AJS. Dean of H70fll67lI 'QPR sql will K .Qs af 'I DOROTHY GRIMES BETTY BOONE BUICE JUNE DICKINSON RICHARD DICKINSON FREDA DAYHOEF Graduate Assistant Graduate Assistant Graduate Assistant Sfudmf Tmfllff' Sflldeflf Tffafhef Piano Muszc Speech Jfvzatzon Typing LOUJANE BEYNON CHARLES BEYNON EUNICE WARD Student Teacher Student Teacher Student Teacher Aviation Afuiation French JAY B. KENYON, M.A. Dean of Men and Professor of Science RELIGION SOCIAL STUDIES Miss Serrott, Dr. Anderson, Dr. Osipoff, Dr. Miss Warner, Dr. Holland, Professor Stewart, Holland Dr. Corbitt 9 . ENGLISH AND SPEECH Front row: Mrs. Greathouse, Mrs. Holland, Miss Taylor, Miss Garfoot. Second row: Mr. Fleser, LANGUAGES' Mrs. Dickinson, Dr. Puntney. Mrs. Corbitt, Miss Fess, Miss Hayes, Miss Ward. 28 H'-fill K .nk 's i H ig, Q if EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY SCIENCE Front row: Dr. Heston, Dr. Cross. Second row: Front row: Miss Merz, Miss Adams, Mrs. Beynon. Miss Dayhoff, Mrs. Harned.. S econ d ronf: Dr. Ray, Mr. Dickinson, Mr. Bey- non, Dr. Hamann, Professor Wiley, Professor Westerneld. 9 MUSIC Front row: Mrs. Kearns, Mrs. Peniston, Mrs. Osi- PHYSICAL EDUCATION poff. Second row: Miss Grimes, Professor Tur- ner, Dr. Osipoff and Mrs. Buice. Professor Westerncld and Mr. Richardson. 29 Z. T. JOHNSON, JR- . . . MRS. MARY LANNOM MRS. CLARA MIKKELSON MRS. NANCY MOORE S1lP0""lfe"jeg ofmiwldmgs Dietician Registrar Clinic Hostess an 7'01L ECHO MORTON MRS. SARAH RAYLE MRS. VICTOR SCHROEDER Miss MARY THOMAS Bookkeeper House Mother Secretary to President Assistant Dean of W'0men Seldom seen and seldom heard from are the administrative oflicers of our college. But to these industrious workers the stu- dents of Asbury Owe many thanks for malcingitheir college years more enjoyable and complete. Through Mr. Harned's ollice go the financial assets of the student bodyg under Mrs. Milclcelson' s watchful eye we are re- gistered, filed and recorded in scholastic THE AD ratingg Mrs. Schroeder talces hundreds of cries and requests as an able secretary to our president, Dr. Johnsong Echo Morton's business tact helps lceep the general business office running smoothlyg Mrs. Rayle and Miss Thomas are gracious guardians in Glide and Fletcher where they assist in caring for the many girls students and from Mrs. Lannom's hand a grateful student body feeds thrice daily. ISTRATI I hs 'nf -lhfftif ISE! 'O sill' 5 Upper Left: Miss Van Sciver, Librarian. Upper Ri ght: Mrs. Lannom, Dietician. Below: Miss Thomas, Assistant Dean of Women and Mrs. Rayle, House Mother. 5 31 1 I Clinic Personnel ! 4 I i A I n I l 1 V v T - Asbury Press I V N 1 1 , I 1 I W I I N 1 X 1 I 5 f"F 1 j ,F .Q 1 -7' ' ', f A fi J f A ,,, ,5f?'a?a' 'rj Q' ,L ,fig fm Q f. C- "f4 Q ,gf avg,-f 'ij Qs ff 'yy 'swf -, lm. .wr ' --11,-ml: p., "f,.g.f1' -xg!" . iii? I 1 'Q c ' 4- A , f- A 'A ,lay gl' 'Nam M 5 L 1 , W. , 55. wig. r 1 1 A, In ,- , f 5' x 'rr' J W lfzf, ,-':'Ef:f if - ,ii-7 W' 3. , if , HJ, 7: v,f,l-:- -,L ,:, t , i Registrar? Ofice 1 S v 1 I s , 5, I 4. I Q 1 1 ? bl ,Q 1 ii Y I ,11 - 1, . f W gn, ' ..k,,4.. ' x 4 ' 4 , P.. .- 'G 922, r K ' . ' Z ' V' '- gk x wx-' N: . 9 - -fx , BllSil185S-Md71dg6T,S Ojfce N,-gh! Watchman Business Office Bookstore Deans' Office -Q m .x X wx, YN xv Axx Q . Tw QL X Q. fy J xy f qv g ffxc X N T sys '. -1, cl: E A? .X- ,., . , nl-4 -f X t-Fvx. ' Q L , wx 'X ,. , x 'Q 3' x .. A X W X ,. vqk ,-4. . .fig fs. Q js? ,AV . . ' i . . . J 233 N . I . .3 :I ' . ', V X - . 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You served well, and now the chal- lenge comes from the world . . . Go forth to serve, and as you go take unto your- selves the whole armor of God, lacking in nothing. 'P , gf gk 1,2 '4 xxxxw x xx xxxv x xx if f Z , 1 y Z W, 1 75. Q 4. Q 2 4 Q 5 gf W Q 4,, , x fy 4 I ,-fx f 4 A .gilt wil 5, 1 ' a xx xgx .NN Vx . . . .-v---swf' Kim: E Py xl: ill ii! gl 1 n 5 P I 1 E f 5 1 3 E I w r A ? L F 1 f 4 ! '1 'vw 'H ,Ji ii" W 4 sg 'R ,N V 5 K ! g I ' w X , ,l ,QARL LING, BETH CALUS, SO'Pfl!Ifl'1WT SWPIN, 'VV AVN nc Wuzuzm' I i n 's I 4 T38 wi a . 'i I .I I' if JI ii E, M ' fi " :gf z C' z ' E y M A w N ,fl ,fl Al 2s ,V - 'N I i wifi! 'ARA LEE ALVERSON JOHN PHILIP AEBERSOLD A Anchorage, Ky. Psychology Major Gal- 1515 A Cappella Choir, 1, 23 Ministerial Association, 1, 2, 3,1 '45 Student Volunteers, 2 3, 43 Chorus, 3, 43 ASBURIAN Advertising Manager, 33 Men's Cilee Club, 43 Junior Play, Senior Play, Class Treasurer, 2, 3, Collegian Business Manager, 4. RUTH AITKEN 1 100 First St., Colver, Pa. Music Mayor Isa. 43310 Big Sisters Club, 2, 3, 43 French Club, 2, 35 Student Volunteers, 25 Orchestra, 1, 25 A Cappella Choir, 2, Chorus, 3, 4. VERA ALLISON Columbus, Ind. SARA LEE ALVERSON 2401 Page Ave., Louisville, Ky, Religious Education Major Matt' 23.19 20 ' x International Relations Club, Secretary-Treasu 2 V' , ' 3, ASBURIAN Circulation Manager, 3, Collegiirilz Staff 1C:,.PiSlg5ng, President, 4. y i ' ' ' ANNA LEE ARMSTRONG 107 E. Ninth St., Metropolis, Ill, Music Major prov 3.6 Chorus, 3, 45 Christian Service League, 1, 3, 43 B' S' 2, 3, 4, Certificate in Piano, 23 Diploma in Piinojsfirs Club, DAVID AYcocK Speeclz and Psychology Majors II Tim. 2:15 , , , Girls' Trumpet Trio, 1, 25 Chorus, 3, 43 Orchestra, 25 Junior S - I M ' Mlllldgevllle' Ga' I Play, Collegian Staff, 2, 3, 43 Speech Certificate, 33 Speech 0610 ogy 51.7071 1121 Diploma, 4, Student Volunteers, 15 Big Sisters, 2, 3, 4, Softball, Ministerial Association, 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Volunteers 2 3 4- 1, 2, Christian Service League, 1, 2, 3, 4. Basketball, 1, 2, Softball, 1, Mountain Missionary Society, 3? , JOPN PHILIP AEBERSOLD RUTH AITKEN VERA ALLISON 1 4 0 ANNA l.l2l,i AR1v1s'1'RoNc1 www ,XYQQQK PHYLLIS CAMPBELL BARKER JUANITA BARTRAM .-1,-:Q . 1 . .r Vs-ii ' 7 .fsgjrjq . X l if ? s " sl- 1 X X t f . . B., , ,V I, E - :A -525 .- f L .. . , . V ., .,. .K .tp "s1...T 5 , .l . 4:-31 , . .X S 5, . - .vin 5-A . ' Q . .54 . -. " .Xk. .Q X .K ,oss . Nil- xL'- E A of gs 5.55.55 x. -' :aj K s 955' R , E, Y 1- .tl A . ,F . f.. 1. M sg... xx L . .. K.-Atv. Q. L 3.-issix.- . N . .- 3 X. Q XQ5 N"Q. igif., K 1 ti, - . . -. . sw-v.ws.-.-:..s...- x.......t , . X . . " IRENE J. BEAROR DANIEL BENGSTON RETTH BFRF-NTHIIN PHYLLIS CAMPBELL BARKER ' ' Olive Branch, Ill. lfozcr Jllajof Ps. 27:1 Chorus. l, 3: A Cappella Choir. 2. 3: A.XV.S. Treasurer, 2: Student Faculty Representative, lg Vice President of Claw. 3: Chaplain of Class. 2. JUANITA BARTRAM Amando. Ohio Iflomz' ECOIl0lllitf.f zllajor ll Thess. 3:3 Home Economics Club. 1. 3. 43 Scrihhlers Cluh. 2: Christian Service League. l. 3g Student Volunteers. 3: Philosophical Society, 2: Big Sisters Club. 2, 4. REVA BEAM ' Xenia. Ohio Music and Voice rlfojorx Prov. 3:5 Transfer, Evanston Collegiate Instituteg Chorus, 3. 4: Student Volunteers, 33 Nlountain Missionary Society. 35 Christian Service League. 35 Diploma Voice Recital, 4. 41 IRENE BEAROR Fort Ann. N. Y. l1'11gli.v!1,lI11jor' Rom Q S Mountain hlisionary Societv. l. 3. 4: Uiristian Service Lea ue 3: French Club. 3: Big Sisters Cluh. 2. 3. 4: Basketball Softball. 2, 3, 4, .'5xSBURI,-KN Staff, DANIEL BENGSTON 524 E. Ninth St.. hlichigan City. ln Rl'lifIl07l ,Uojor 1 BETTY BERENTHIEN 2335 Forsyth Road. Nlacon. Ga. Sociology flfajof' IV att 7 7 8 Transfer. Georgia State College for XVomeng Library Staff 3 4 Junior Playg A.XV.S. Treasurer, 4. MILDRED BIRNEY Spartanburg, S. C. English Major ROITI- 8323 Transfer, Spartanburg Junior College, Big Sisters Club, 3, 43 Christian Service League, 3, 4s French Club, 3. FRANCES C-HESNUT BLAKE 106 South Ford St., Corbin, Ky. Home 'Economics Major Phil. 4:13 Big Sisters Club, 2, 33 Christian Service League, 1, 23 Collegian Staff, 2, 3, Circulation Manager, 33 ASBURIAN Staff, 35 Home Economics Club, 3, 45 Student Wives, 4. ROBERTA ELAINE BLAKEMAN Nicholasville, Ky. HURLBUT E BONNEY 600 Tremont Temple, Boston, Mass. English Major John 14.23 Transfer, Vermont Junior Collegeg lVlen's Glee Club 1 4- Spanish Club, lg Chorus, 1, 2, 4, Radio Choir, lg Basketball 1, ELIZABETH BRAY . Bedford, Ky, Psychology Major II Tim. 1:12 Transfer, University of Kentucky, Class Tr as 4. C - - Service League, 1, 2, 3, 45 Big Sisters Clulijeg, 3,,4, hnsnan Joi-IN BROSE 1420 Indianola Ave., Columbus, Ohio Home Economics Major Gal. 6:14 Cl , M , Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 2, President, 45 wmlstry ajor PS' 19:14 Pre-Med Club, 1, 2, 35 Big Sisters, 1, 2, 3, Secretary, 3, Pre-Med Club, 1, 2, 43 Secretary and Treasurer, 1 Vice President Student Volunteers, 3, Christian Service League, 3, 43 Chorus, 4. 25 French Club, 2, Treasurer, 25 Chemistry Laboratbry Assistant 2, MILDRED BIRNEY FRANCES CI-IESNUT BLAKE ROBERTA ELAINE BLAKEMAN HURLBUT E. BONNEY ELIzA13ETH nlnw RHIQN' BRkNSH 42 X .X Q. "' C 'gm gg .I N ALBERT BRUCE JUNE LOUISE BRUMBAUGH MICHAEL XVALLACE BUICE Qu' , Fr . M ELIZABETH CALLIS REBECCA BlNGHAlNl CARNES XXILMA CARNES ALBERT BRUCE Covington. Georgia Rzrliyiolz Major Ps. 28:4 Ministerial Association. l. 2. 3. 4: Student Volunteers. I. 2. 3. 4: Nlountain Nlissionary Society. l, 1. 3. 4. Vice President. 3. President. 4. JUNE LOUISE BRUMBAUGH North Canton. Ohio Ifomr 1fl'0Il0lllil'.V 1lf11j0l' Phil. 4:7 Library Staff. l. 2. 3. 4, Vice President. 3. 4: Preahlecl Cluh. I, 2. 3: Home Economics Club, 3. 4. Treasurer. 4: Basketball. 3. 4: Softball. 3, -4: Big Sisters. 2. 3. 4: Christian Service League, 3. 4. NIICHAEL VUALLACE BUICE ZI3 Atlanta St.. Cedarrown. Ga. Spear!! Ilfajnr Rom. 8:23 Tr-m-for Bob lone' Colle'e' A Capp-lla Choir l " Certificate . 5 , h a 5 . . . L . . . ... . in Speech, 2: Diploma IH Speech. 3: Junior Play: Senior Play: Cheerleader, 3, ELIZABETH CALLIS -1619 South Seventh Sr.. l,ouisvillc, Ks: .lff .lfajor Ps. 10813 Cjwaplain of Class. 3. -4: Lihrarx' Staff, l. 2. 3. Chaplain. I: Christian Philoso hical Societv Secretarv. 2: Christian Service P - , League. l. 2. 3. 4: .'5xSFll'RlAN. Art Editor, 3: Cnllry:i.m Staff, cartoonist. 3. REBECCA BINCI-IAM CARNES lO6 Gillispic. Yfilmore. KV. 01111111 and I'0i1'f ,Url-inf' II Cnr. 4:17, IS 'T Scriblalcrs, 2. 3. 4: Philosophical Society. -. 3: International Relations Club. l: JUIUOF Plav: Senior Plavl Certificate and Diploma Voice Recital: Organ Diploma Recital, 4: A Cappella Choir, l. 2: French Club. 2. 3: Student Wfives, 3, 4. XVILNIA CARNES 200 E. Nlorrison St.. Xvilmorc, Ky. Home Ecozzomirx .lff1j0l' Phil. 4:13 Home Economics Club, 1. 2. 3. 4: Big Sisters Club, 2, 3, 4. 43 I U' Xalvmsgqq 'GNFU ,--i-in - S - I ill ' I fi I DANIEL CARY DUVON CORBITT, JR. ' 3419 Manor Hill Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio Wilm0f9, KY- History Major Matt. 6:33 Biologzcal Sczence Major Rgm, 3533, 39 il International Relations Club, 3, 43 ASBURIAN Business Manager, 4. A.S.F. Representative, 3, 43 Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish 5 I - Club President, 4. f I WILLIAM CAsc1N1 ROBERT H. CRATES I . 1541 Santa Fe St.,-Schenectady, N. Y. Winona Lake, Ind- ij Relzgzorz and Soczology Mayors Matt. 19:29 Spani,-1, Major Gal' 2:20 , Ei Ministerial Association, 1, 2, 3, 4, President, 43 Softball Coach, 4. Ministerial Association, 1 2 3 4. 1 , I 2 E, i ii LESLIE CHAPMAN LAMAR CRIBBS 5:15 1425 Helm St., Henderson, Ky. 104 McCullough St., DuBois, Pa, History Major Prov, 3:6 History Major Gal. 2:20 Chaplain of Class, 23 Radio Choir, 13 Ministerial Association, Transfer, Bradley Polytechnic Instituteg Softball, 33 Spanish Club, EQ . 1, 2. 3, 4. 3, 43 International Relations Club, 3, 4g Philosophical Society, 3, 4, I ii DANIEL CARY WILLIAM CASCINI' A LESLIE CHAPMAN 5 1 4 D Q UVON CORBITT' JR- ROBERT H. CRATES LAIXIAR Qmmzg I 44 .,1,. ' . . is-NAS-X , FREDA MAY DAYI-IOFF ELVA DeJARNETT EDXVIN E. DERRICK RICHARD P. DICKINSON IALIRA FREDA IVIAY DAYHOFF 13505 Casper Rd., Cleveland, Ohio Psychology Mlajor Phil. 1221 Pre-Med Club, 3, 4g Philosophical Society, 2. 3: Big Sisters Club. 2, 3. 4. ELVA DEJARNETT 900 Catherine St., lVIctropolis, Ill. Englislr Illajor Phil. 4:13 Transfer, Southern Illinois Universityg Big Sisters Club. 4. EDXVIN E. DERRICK . . Fosil, Ore. Hutory Illajor II Cor. 9:3 Transfer, Cascade College: Lens and Shutter Club, 45 Student Volunteers, 43 Mixiisterial Amociation, 4. yi PAYE DIN XY'll.l,lAM F, DOUCL RICHARD P. DICKINSON 5525 Charles St.. Bethesda. Md. Ilixfory .llnjor I Pct. 2:21 Softball. l. 2: Chorus. 2: Ministerial Association. -4: International Relations Cluh. 4. LAURA FAYE Dix Amanda. Ohio lltyrflnlnyyy and Sfrrdl .lftljnrx Phil. 4:13 Chorus. l. 2. 3. 4: Spanish Club, 1: Big Sisters Club. 2, 3, 4: Christian Service League. I. 2. 3. 4: Student Volunteers, I. 23 Scrihhlcrs Club, 2. XVILLIAM F. DOUCE , ' Nlartcl. Ohio Clzrrzirylry .Uajnr Gal. 6:9 Transfer, Indiana University: A.S.F. Representative. 33 Clam Athletic Manager, -4: Pre-Med Club, 2. 3. 45 Spanish Club, 2, 35 Student Volunteers, 2, 3, 4. LOUISE DUNCAN 1102 E. Division St., Decatur, Ill. English Major Phil. 4213 Transfer, Olivet Nazarene College, Big Sisters Club, 45 Spanish Cub, 3. DALE EARNEST . . Bedford, Pa. K Soczology Major Rom. 8:28 Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 43 Men's Glee Club, 43 Quartet, 1, 2, 4. jo ELLEN EARNEST 154 Arnold Ave., Lancaster, Ohio Psychology Major Heb. II :6 Big Sisters Club, 2. OAKLEY EDWARDS Route 4, Lexington, Miss. Plziloxoplzy Major Phil, 3:7 Transfer, Holmes Junior Collegeg Ministerial Association, 3, 4, PATRICIA EDWARDS 301 College St., Fort Valley, Ga. Svpllnifh Major Tim, I:I2 Collegian Staff, lg Circulation Manager, 25 Spanish Club, Secre. tary-Treasurer, 4, Big Sisters Club, 4, WILLIAM RUSSELL EDWARDS 301 College St., Fort Valley, Ga. Psychology Major John 15315 Softball, 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball, 2, Chorus, 2, 4, Men's Glee Club, 45 ASBURIAN Business Manager, 3, Class Treasurer, 4, Class Athletic Manager, 2. LOUISE DUNCAN DALE EARNEST JO ELLEN EARNEST OAKLEY EDWARDS -46 PATRICIA EDWARDS XVILLIAM ,RUSSELL EDXVARDS . . gn Ns N KN k r .wk Q N fi., N. QM 's I Q s vw X 555 si WENDELL ESKEW DONALD EVERETT NANCY MARIE EWING K .r Sv-r 3' '37 MEREDITI-I S. FALL ANNA FINLEH NADINIL I-INI-l:Y WENDELL ESKEW NIEREDITH S. FALL I Fayetteville, XV. Va. 469 S, Paddock St.. Pontiac. Nach. Science Major' Rom. 8:28 R,-lfgjml jfgjnr Luke 4:18 Transfer, Nvest Virginia XVeslcyang Glcc Club. -45 Chorus. -ig Ministerial Association. lv 3. 3' 4. Chorus. I' 3: Monk Glu, Basketball. 33 Quartet, 43 Pl'9'Nl0d Club- 3- 4- Club, l. 2: Basketball, l, 2, 3. 4: Track, 2. A. S. F. Repre- sentative. 2. DONALD EVERETT Pleasant Mills Ind. Hislory Nlajor i Phil. 1:21 ANNA FINLEY Class Athletic Nlanager, lg Basketball, 1, 2. 43 Softball, 1. 2. 4: Briscoe. Nic. yiyimwl. of HAXH 23 Philosophical Society, 2: Miiiisrei-ial Associa- Engjfxfjl jfnim- ps. 32:8 tion, 1, 2, 4, Volleyball, 1, 2, 4. ' . ' . , , Transtcr: Greenville College. Greenville. Ill.: Chorus. 3, 4, Girls' Christian' Service League. 3. 4. NANCY MARIE EXVING 160 Chenault Rd., Lexington, Ky. Psychology ikfajm Rom. 8.20 NADINE FINLEY glass Tieasurer, 2g Class Secretary, 4: Baslceiball. QD: Chginan SOS N. XY'ebsrer. Harrisburg, Ill. crvicc eague, 1, 23 Philosophical Society, 3: ,unior lay: cet- - - , - I leader, 2, 3, 43 Big Sisters, President, 43 ASBURI.-KN, Phoro Ediror, Snfmloff-l 'lin-mr Rom- I2-In 2 3, Students Volunteers. 3. 45 Spanish Club, 3, 4. or-IN WILLIAM FITZGERALD CAROL FOSSUM Frankfort Incl Claire CKY S D Speech Major G 5 I Home Ecorzomzcs Major John 6 37 Debate Club 1 Collegxan 1 2 Spamsh Club 3 umor Play 3 Certxficate Speech Recxtal 4 Dxploma Speech RQCIZBI 4 Tfamfef Nolthem State Teacher S College Home EC0n0m1CS Cl b 2 3 Pre Med Club 4 U RALPH FOSTER PATRICIA BISHOP FLESER way,m1,o,0 Ga Hammond WIS P-fycllology Mawr Rom 828 Speech Mafm Ga 6 I4 Mlnlsterxal Association 1 2 3 4 Ph1losophIcal SCICIY 2 3 Transfer Kletzmg College Nlountam lVlIss1onary SOCIEEY 3 Internatlonal Relations Club 3 Chorus 4 WILMA HAMILTON FOUGHT Fremont Ohlo DOROTHY MAE FLORA Versallles Ky Erzglzslz Major P I9 Relzgzous Educatzon Major 1 3 13, 4 Transfer Chustlan Normal Instxtute Chorus 1 Spamsh Club 1 Chrlstlan Service League 1 2 Blg Srsters Club 2 Spamsh Club 2 Chrlstlan SQKVICE League 1 2 4 1 2 Llbraray Club 2 JOHN WILLIAM FITZGERALD PATRICIA BISHOP FLESER DQRQTHY MAE FLORA CAROL FOSSUM RALPH VOSTHR XVIINA I-I.AxM11.ToN FOUGHT I 48 'wi W I .rs lb! I sl MARION GIFFORD RAY R' GLENN ERMA GRAY N. P DQ, N E, , 2' QQ ,VV,, 'N YHA Bi ff' 'WP' XVILLIAM B. GREYNOLDS SINALEE GROVES lzMII. HAERING MARION GIFFORD . Q Binghamton, N. Y. Sociology Major' Matt. 6:33 Radio Choir, lg Chorus, 2, 33 Christian Service League, 1, 2: Philosophical Society 2, 3: Spanish Club, 3: Big Sisters. 2, 3. 43 Student Volunteers, 3, 4. RAY R. GLENN Dahlgren, Ill. Religion .IWW-llj0l' I John 4:4 Class Chaplain, 35 Nlinisterial Association, 1, 2, 3. 43 French Club, 2. ERMA GRAY i . I Chandler-sville, Ohio Relzgzon Major' Gen. 18:14 Orchestra, 1, 23 A.W.S. Secretary, 3, Trumpet Trio, 1. 2, 3. 4: Big Sisters, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club, 25 Student Volunteers, l. 2, 3, 4, Christian Service League, 1, 2, 4: Collegian Circulation Maxxager, 3, 45 Class Chaplain, lg Freshman Sponsor, 4. NVILLIAM B. GREYNOLDS . . Ridgeley, XV, Va. Sociology ,Uajor Ps. 25:15 Henry Clay, 1: Ministerial Association, I. 3. 4: Philosophical Society. 2, 3: International Relations Club. 3. 4. SINALEE GRovEs Buechcl, Ky. Piano .lI11'0r ll Cm' 'S .1 , 4 ' 9- Diploma Plano Recital. 4. EMIL HAERING 1216 Judson. Evansville, Ind. Jfuyic .llajnr Ps. 42:1 Transfer, Bob Jones College: Quartet, 1, 2, 33 Glee Club, 4: Chorus. 2, 3, 4: Track Team, l. 3, 4: Philosophical Society, 2g French Club, 4, Diploma Voice Recital, 4. 3 KENNETH HALBROOK ' Neosho, Mo. V ELIZABETH fLIBBYl HAREN Epworth, Ga, A History Maj0,. Phil. 4:13 Religion Major Phil. 3:13 I4 3 Ministerial Association, 2, 3. Student Volunteers, 1, 2, 3, 43 Ph'1 h' 1 So' ' , , ' tian Service Leag3i:?p1l,Ca Clety, 3' Chris' l T UNE HARP A IVIARJORIE I-IANLON J ER , Palestine IH 1 Sharon Ave., SE, Atlanta, Ga. ' , Sodology Major Phil. 4:19 gslgllih M0101 Ch' U S I Le Ps. 32:8 I l . . . , B- ass. reasurer, g ristian ervice a u, 13 S 'bb , 1 ? Q Student Volunteers, 3, Service League, 1, 2, 3, lg Spanish Club, 1, 3, 43 Collegian, Proof Eejder, 1,CEiIeX:SEgR1g, 51 1 ' ' ' Student Faculty Committee, 25 Big Sisters Club, 2 3. Asburi ' 1 1 Associate Editor, 3, Student Volunteers, 5, lan' :V l 3 T1-IELMA HARDESTY JOAN HARRISON ,fl 1 I A Woodlawn, Ky. 2600 So. Humboldt, Denver, Colo. 5 T Religious Education Major I John 1:7 English Major ps. 91:4 Student Volunteers, 1, 2, 3, 4, Girl Treasurer, 4, Spanish Club, Transfer, Friends University, Chorus, 3, 4, Big Sisters Club 3 4- . Q 2, 3, 4, Christian Service League, 1, 2, 3, 4. International Relations Club, 3, 4, Christian Service League? 3i 4: . l If KENNETH HALBROOK . MARJORIE HANLON TI-IELMA HARDESTY k ELIZABETH QLIBBYJ HAREN l l l JUNH HAIIPISR, JOAN HMQRNQN ' 50 -t x K 'Q S H 5 W ,QNX s ,SQ N was is-. s U F 'S LEON HARTNAN ETHEL HARTZLER - SHIRLEY HASTINGS 1 , A 'gm 'WE is .. .fi . f TED HASTINGS RICHARD HEATH LOIS HENRY LEON .PIARTMAN . ' Tamms, Ill. H'5f0"J' Mayor Rom. 8:28 ' Softball, 1, 25 Basketball, 23 Collegian Staff, Sports Editor, 23 Ministerial Association, 2. ETHEL HARTZLER 1751 Fiske Ave., Pasadena, Calif. Sociology Major Deut. 31:6 Transfer, Pasadena Junior College, Student Volunteers, 3, 45 SP3DlSh Club, 3: Christian Service League, 3, 4. SHIRLEY HASTINGS 603 Lexington Ave., Wilmore, Ky. Religious Education Major' Phil. 4:19 Christian Service League, 3, 45 Student Wives, 3, 4. TED HASTINGS 603 Lexington Ave., XVilmore, Ky. History M'ajor ' I Cor. Io:13 RICHARD HEATH 4961 Madison Ave.. Indianapolis, Ind. Psyclzology Alajor Luk? 1736 Ministerial Association, 1. 2, 3, 4. Lois HENRY Columbus, Ind. Spanish M'ajor Luke 13327 Student Volunteers, 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary, 3, Vice President, 4, Big Sisters, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain, 4: Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4, President, 35 Mountain Missionary, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4. MARGARET ANN HILBIG 1953 Bancroft Ave., Youngstown, Ohio Music Major Gill- 2320 Camera Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 Big Sisters, 2, 3, 4. PAUL HILL 245 North Broad St., Bremen, Ohio History Major II Tim. 4:18 Class Chaplain, 1: A.S.F. Representative, 33 International Rela- tions Club, 1, 2: Ministerial Association, 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Presi- dent, 2, President, 33 Student Volunteers, 2, 3, 4. JOHN MILTON I-IINERMAN 501 S. Davis Ave., Apt. 1, Richmond, Va. JEAN L, HOLT , p , 104 Mill Sf., Y1, M-1, Hzslory Major ae IC ' P S. ' Christian Service League, 1, 2, 3, 4? Big Sister Cl 25.2 French Club. 2, Senior Play, Library Club S1 Zubg 24 3, 4g LAURABELLE HYLAND 219 Buxton Ave., Springneld, Ohio English Major II Tim . 1:12 Student Volunteers, 1, 2, Ch' ' S ' sophical Society, 2, 35 Big Sisif12,an2, 243225552 gi g3LPhilO. Club, 3, 4, Senior Play, i ' 4, lbtary CLAYTON A. IRESON, JR, 120 W. lst Ave., Willianwon, W, Va, Psychology Major john 15:16 Pxyclzology Majof' Phil , Student Faculty Representative, 43 Basketball, 2, 35 Softball, 2, 3. Class President 1- Softball 1 7 3 4 B k b H - 3.131 I4 ., V 7-, 15 3S8I3,1,2,3,4. MARGARET ANN I-IILBIG PAUL HILL JOHN MILTON I-IINERMAN JEAN L. HOLT "M m"W"i' ' "7 "1" ANN vmx'1:oN x, 1m1soN. JR' 52 Su km 'xl 4-K" 'fa N ' 5 U.,-,M 3 ,N S n Q ' sw. lr 1 is 2' 1 Bl3'l'Tli IRXVIN RUTH SMITH JESSUP PAUL T. JONES JAMES B. KENLEY 1 BETTE IRWIN I . Mamont, Pa. English Mayor Gen. 28:15 ASBURIAN Staff, 33 Collegian Staff, 2, 3, Associate Editor, 45 Orchestra, 1, 23 Big Sisters, 2, Secretary, 3, Spanish Club, 35 Christian Service League, 1, 2, 33 Student Volunteers, 1, 25 Trumpet Trio, 1, 2, 3, 4. RUTH SMITH JESSUP Cumberland , Ohio History and English Majors Ps. 37:5 Grorus, 3, 45 Christian Service League, 1, 2, 3, 43 International Relations Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 Big Sisters Club, 2, 3s A.W.S. Treasurer, 2. PAUL T. JONES U D Duncan, Ariz. Bzology Mayor Prov. 3:6 Transfer, Pacific Bible College, Orchestra, 2, 3, 45 Chorus, 3, 49 Ministerial Association, 2g Pre-Med Club, 3, 4. FREDERICK M. KETNER RUTI-IANNE SI-IOCKLEY KEY JAMES B. KENLEY I . 31 Jewel Ave., Portsmouth, Va. Biology Major II Tim. 3:10 Pre-Med Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader, 1, 2, 3. FREDERICK M. KETNER ' Hebron, Ohio Sociology Major Gal, 6:7 Transfer, Capital University, Ministerial Association, 2, 3, 4: International Relations Club, 2, 3, 4g Softball, 2, Philosophical Society, 3. RUTHANNE S1-IOCKLEY KEY I Tennille, Ga. Psychology Mayor Rom. 8:38, 39 A.S.F. Representative, 33 Christian Service League, 1, 2, 3, 4. Doms CHAPMAN KING Lizella, Ga. Sociology Major Prvv. 3 56 Christian Service League, 1, 2, 3,' 43 Student Volunteers, 15 Philosophical Society, 2, 35 International Relations Club, 2, 35 Big Sisters Club, 3, 4. WILLIAM W. KING Friendship, Tenn. Biological Science Major Rom. 8:28 Pre-Med Club, Treasurer, 3, President, 45 Student Volunteers, 3. EAN KINZLER Milnor, N. D. Religious Education Major I Chron. 28:20 Transfer, Kletzing College and St. Cloud Teachers College5 Chris- tian Service League, 3, 45 Student Volunteers, 3, 45 Softball, 3, 4g Basketball, 3, 45 Big Sisters Club, 4. 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' . 1, ya .,,,,,..,,,.,,.,:..,.,,,., ,. . , , gp ,. 5 5 . 2 ' II-wif! 5-I-"fs-sfeSii1.2Q1'f"2?a?. ' ' Q 5 af ... A . - 'QA -mi - 5Z':ff42x?.Q?1W Q13 -,gI:5:'.g'-1 1 1 g A J S' pcs? ,ff , 'fs , ' ., -'N 5 - .5 ff- ' " f-- -Z'-'I-fff:5:2?f:-222125: QQ .. 'i..xf..........r .... I I VERA KLATT Plymouth, Ind, 1 l Biological Science Major Col . 3:23 l Transfer, Marion College, I BETTY KUHNS I 1217 East End Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa, ' Music Major PS 27,1 Big sisfefs Club, 2, 3, 4, Christi S ' L , 4 Basketball, 1, 25 Chorus, 3, 4g agrenillhvlcgflufiagg? Iivfliligoggicii Society, 29 Diploma Piano Recital, 4, l ROGER W. Kuscr-IE 3 519 N. Lexington Ave., Wilmore, Ky, History Major Matt. 11.28 Nlinisterial Association, 1, 2, 3, 45 Softb 11, 1, 2 3 4. I ban, 1, Basketball, ai. ' ' ' Valley JEAN KINZLER W. 5 3 I I I I l F F I .QW . X I 5 N, X xx NX KUHNS nomar: W. Rl TSCHE M i ANNA BELL LANE CHARLES W. LANHAM RAYMOND E, LAN!-IAM KEITH A. LEAC1-1 ANNA BELL LANE 118 Short St., Bromley, Ky. Home Economics Major Rom. 8:28 Student Volunteers, 1, 2, 3, 45 Christian Service League, 35 Home Economics, 1, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES W. LAN1-IAM 315 E. Jefferson St., Clinton, Ill. Religious Education Major Phil. 4:19 Track, 2, 33 Softball, 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 45 Minis- terial Association, 1, 3, 43 Student Volunteers, 1, 3, 4. RAYMOND E. LANI-IAM 315 E, Jefferson St., Clinton, Ill. Religion Major Rom. 8:32 Freshman Sponsor, 4, Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 45 Softball, 1, 2, 3, 45 Track, 2, 3, Quartet, 2, 3, 4, Winner of "A", 33 Student Volunteers, 3, 4, Chorus, 3, 4. MARY JANE LEI-IMAN LOIS BLAKE LEIDIG KEITH A. LEACH D Q Litchfield, Ohio Mathematzcs Major Rom. 6:6 Transfer, Swarthmore College and Case School of Applied Science, Ministerial Association, 3, 4. MARY JANE LEHMAN 5808 Manning Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio Organ Major Rom. 315, 6 Student Faculty Representative, 4: Christian Service League, 13 French Club, 1, 2, Big Sisters Club, 3, 43 Chorus, 33 Diploma Organ Recital, 43 Junior Play. Lois BLAKE LEIDIG 1178 Waverly Place, Schenectady, N, Y. Home Economics Major Heb. 10:23 Big Sisters, 2, 35 Student Volunteers, 35 Christian Service League, 1, 2, 3, Student Wives, 45 Home Economics Club, 3, 4. CLARENCE E. LEMASTERS 'CARL C- LING 803Mg Washington St., Marietta, Ohio I 2,15 E' Pike St" Houston, Pa' . . Phzlosophy Major Isa. 41:10 Psychology Mayor Phll. 1 :21 b y A. S. F. Representative, 25 Class President, 3, 4, Basketball, 1, 2, A Cappella Clwir, 1, 2: Radio Choir, 1, 2: Chorus, 3, 45 3, 4, Softball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Winner of Quartet, 1, 2, 3, 43 Collegian Staff, 39 Menls Glue Club, 4- "AH, 2, 3, 4, Ministerial Association, 1, Orchestra, 2. ROBERT E. LINTER A . IN l EDWARD W LEV Seville, Ohio 111-27 120 St., Richmond Hill, Queens, N. Y., N. Y. History Major 1 2:20 Psychology Major Jas- 1:5 Winner of "AH, 3, 43 Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball, 1, 2, 3, Ministerial Association, Constitutional Advisor, 4. 45 Student Xoluuxeiainlgteigl S1LiaE?SZtuifj031al3,Rilafiuus Club, WINOANA LEWIS JOSEPH REEVESGJLOCKE 508 L - A -I, I K 1 . ' Peflnsville, NL FI E ' Ajxlngton ve imore lil C Hzstory Mdjbf PS, II9:II 0.7716 Conomzcs ajor 0r'i5'I7 Lincoln Club, 1, 23 Chorus, 1, Z, Mountain Missionary Society, 1 Home Economics Club., 1, 2, 3, 4, Big Sisters, Club, 2, 3, 4, Society, 2, 3, 4, Student Volunteers, 2, 3, 45 Ministerial Asso- Chorus, 2, 3, 4. ciation, 2, 3, 4. CLARENCE E. LeMASTERS EDWARD W, LEVIN WINONA LEWIS ,T 'nl Rx N s RS. Ks I N CARL C. LING ROBERT E. LINTER I JOSEPH REEVES LOCKE 56 I MICKY lNlcCORlXllCK DEAN M. McCOY EMQGENE MCELVEUX1 NANCY JANE McGUFF JAMES A. McKINNEY MADALYN McADAMS MONROE MICKY MCCORMICK D . Lansing, Ohio Hzstory Major II Tim. 1:12 DEAN M. MCCOY 946 N. Gray St., Indianapolis, Incl. Social Studies Major Rom. 1 :16 Transfer Ta lor Universit ' A Ca ella Choir 1 2 Quartet 1 7 Y yr PP 1 1 S 1 S Chorus, 2, 3, 45 Philosophical Society, 1, 23 Ministerial Associa- tion, 1, 2, 3, 4. EMOGENE MCELVEEN Cades, S. C. Home Economics Major I Cor. 10:31 Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 4, Chaplain, 35 Big Sisters Club, 2, 3, 4, Chorus, 3, 45 Christian Service League, 1, 2, 3, 4. NANCY JANE MCGUEF . g Creston, Ohio Soczology Major' Gal. 2:20 Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4g Softball, 1, 2, 3, 45 Winner of "A", 2, 3, 45 Orchestra, 1, 29 Big Sisters Club, 2, 3, 4g Chorus, 43 Christian Service League, 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club, 35 Philosophical Society, 3. JAMES A. MCKINNEY l Murphysboro, Ill. Speech Mayor I Cor. 10:13 Transfer, Ohio Wesleyan and Olivet Nazarene College. MADAI.YN MCADAMS MONROE U 306 Walnut St., Wil'mOre, Ky. Voice Majof' Prov. 3:6 Big Sisters Club, 2, 3, Cheerleader, 3, Diploma Voice Recital, Chorus, 3, 4. : :l z 3, A Cappella Choir, 1, 23 Glee Club, 3, 45 Chorus, 2, 3, 45 P 'l E-, 1 JAMES C. MOORE l Wilmore, Ky. I lf EE History Mayor II Tim. 2:15 Student Faculty Representative, 1, 23 Class Athletic Manager, 2, Quartet, 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Play, Assistant Director. 1 4 ROSALIE MORRIS l 1 l fl 1 ll 'l 1 1 RUSSELL C. MURPHY Springfield, Tenn, P51VCh0l09J' M0f0f Acts 26:16 Glee Club, 4, ROBERT B., MUSSMAN 2048 E. Third St., Newport, Ky. il if 620 Arden Ave., Steubenville, Ohio I'Ii.l'f01'y Major Eph, 3517-19 lg ll Rgzigion Majgf I John 5:4 Transfer, University of Cincinnati Evening College and United lvl ' philosophical Society, 3, 4, Big Sisters Club, 2, 3, 4, Student States Coast Guard Academy, International Relations Club, 3, 45 ,NE Volunteers, 1, 2, 3, 45 Christian Service League, 1, 2, 3, Ph11050Ph1C31S0C1efY, 2, 3- President, 43 Chorus, 3, 4. 1 ll -l fl NEWASSA BARNET1' MORRISON MARION S- NAGLE ,S , ' I Charlottesville, Va. I Brookside Ave., Basking Ridge, N. ' Relzgzon Major Phil. 1:6 Relzgzous Educatzon Major Prov, 33, 6 ,ll Big Sisters Club, 2, 35 Christian Service League, 2, 3, 45 Spa 'h Cl b, 3, 45 Ph'l h' lS ' , 3, SB' S' fl! Library Club, 43 Student Wives, 43 Chorus, 1. ms u2, 3, 45 Chiigtiigi Eiervicgclligague, 3, 3,Ig4, lsters Club' l Sis 513 1 :V JAMES C. MOORE ROSALIE MORRIS NEWASSA BARNETT MORRISON SE! 5 RUSOE s 1 J LL C' MURPHY ROIBIERT R, MUSSMAN m.exR1oN Ss N.-NGN? ' 58 1 it bl A . 'I' Vx s 'IE xl 5 ' Mk, XS, 'ls 'N NORMAN D. NEXVNAN IRMA JEAN NOBLE WILLIAM G. IJAT'fERSQN rl ' gi?-1. if ROBERT M. PETERS I-IAZEL PI-IIPPS ROSELYN CRAIG PRIDGEN NORMAN D. NEWMADI 109 East 19th St., Covington, Ky. English Major Matt. 6:3 Ministerial Association, 2, 3, 45 International Relations Club 35 Philosophical Society, 35 Scribblers Club, 3. IRMA JEAN NOBLE 13 Holmesdale Ct., Covington, Ky. Religious Education Major II Tim. Big Sisters Club, 2, 3, 49 Chorus, 3, 4g Christian Service Lea 1.4, :.e WILLIAM G. PATTERSON 111 El Portal, Santa Ana, Calif. History Major Phil. Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4, President, 1, 45 A. S. F. Representative, 3 ,2, 1 :7 sue, 1:6 1. ROBERT M. PETERS 331 S. Gordon, Wichita, Kan. Psychology Major john 14: 14, I5 Transfer, University of Idaho, Track, 3, I-IAZEL PHIPPS . u Mouth of Wilson, Va. English Major Ps. 121:3 Transfer, Brevard Junior College, Student Volunteers, 4, Mountain Missionary Society, 43 Christian Service League, 4. ROSELYN CRAIG PRIDGEN . Mt. Olivet, Ky. Home Economics Major Col. 1:10, II Christian Service League, 1, 2, 33 Big Sisters Club, 2, Chorus, 33 Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Volunteers, 1. DOROTHY E. RAUB 2416 Nameoki Rd., Granite City, Ill. Religion Major Phil. 4219 Christian Service League, 1, 2, 3, 43 Philosophical Society, 3, 45 Senior Play, Softball, 3, 4. EDWIN RAYLE Wilmore, Ky. Physical Education and So. Science Majors john 12:46 Transfer, Manchester College, Basketball, 2, Softball, 2, 4g Tennis Singles Champion, 3. WALTER K. REITZ Lafayette St., New Bethlehem, Pa. RUSSELL RICHARDSON 210 S. Walnut St., Wilmore, Ky. English Major Heb. 4:16 Transfer, Southeast Missouri State Teachers College and Kletzing College. BEN RIPLEY Ulrichsville, Ohio Spanish and Speech Majors Isa, 41510 Spanish Club, Chaplain, lg Junior Play, Collegian Photographer, 4. ADRIAN ROBERTS Psychology Major Ps. 32:8 Arab Ala Minist ial A ociation, 1, 2, 4, Vice P siclent, 43 Student ' ' , l , Voluntiizrs, 1,ss2, Daily Leader, 4g Mountaihe Missionary Society, History Major II Cor' I2'9 1, 2, 45 Spanish Club, 2, 45 Senior Play. Ministerial Association, 1, 2, 3, 4, DOROTHY E. RAUB V EDWIN RAYLE WALTER K- REITZ RUSSELL RICHARDSON . . BEN RW'-'S"Y .-x1IRI.LxN ROm:R'1'S we is .tx XNXYN T-ws ,saws .-XIUINIA ROGERS LOIS ROTI-IROCK JEAN HAGGERTY RUSSELI VINCENT RUTHERFORD JANE SAYGER VERNA SCRABECK ALOMA ROGERS 6015 15th St., Detroit, Mich. Biological Science Major Rom. 8:28 Scribblers Club, 1, 25 Big Sisters, 2, 3, 4g Student Volunteers, 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus, 3, Pre-Med Club, 2, 3, 4. Lois RoTHRocK 166 Vreeland Ave., Rutherford, N. Sociology Major II Tim. 2:15 Transfer, East Stroudsburg State Teachers College, Spanish Club, 2, 3, 43 International Relations Club, 2, 3, 45 Big Sisters Club, 3, 4. JEAN I-IAGGERTY RUSSELL 402 Columbia Ave., Lexington, Ky. Psychology Major Luke 10:19 Transfer, University of Kentucky, Big Sisters Club, 4, VINCENT RUTHERFORD Boulder Creek, Calif. Psychology Major Rom. 8:28 Transfer, College of the Pacific, Ministerial Association, 43 Pre- Med Club, 4. JANE SAYGER . i D Parsons, W. Va. Rclzgzon Major Prov. 315, 6 Pre-Med Club, 1, 23 Student Volunteers, 1, 2, 3, 4, Christian Service League, 1, 2, 35 Philosophical Society, 2, 3, International Relations Club, Treasurer-Secretary, 3, 4, VERNA SCRABECK ' I Walters, Minn. English Major Isa. 26:3 Transfer, God's Bible School, Christian Service League, 45 Big Sisters Club, 4. MIL O. GENE SMITH 3795 Gardner Ave., Berkley, Mich. Psychology Major Matt- 5533 Ministerial Association, 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Volunteers, 1, 2, 3, 4- ELIZABETH SPEER 1216 Slater St., Valdosta, Ga. Religion Major Rom- 551 Transfer, Georgia State Woman's College, Student Volunteers, 3, 4, A.W.S. Chaplain, 45 Christian Service League, 3, 45 Big Sisters Club, 4, Collegian Staff, 43 Chorus, 3, 4. FRANK W. SPINDLER MILDRED STANTON Cedarville, N. Home Economics Major John 15:16 Transfer, Cooper Hospital Training School for Nurses, Home Economics Club, 3, 45 Christian Service League, 43 Student Vol- unteers, 4, Pre-Med Club, 43 School Nurse, 2, 4, Soma STEPIN 1413 Chicago Ave., Sioux City, Iowa History Major I Pet. 153, 9 Christian Service League, 1, 2, 33 Home Economics Club 1- International Relations Club, 1, French Club, President, 2g Chorus, 3, Big Sisters Club, 2, 3g Student Faculty Representative, 3, Secretary, 35 Class Vice President, 4. 7 JOAN STERNER 718 Findlay St., Findlay, Ohio Ava, Mo. English Major . Ps, 19:14 ' ' ' Z Transfer, Findlay' College, A C 11 Ch ' , 25 Ch , , 5 Iillslory Major He I2 I Christian Service League, 3, 4?pPIiibZi:ary OC-lub, 2, 05:15 453 Bllg Softball, 15 Wilsonian Club, 2, 35 Chorus, 1, 3, 4, Glee Club, 4. Sisters Club, 3, 4, O. GENE SMITH ELIZABETH SPEER FRANK W. SPINDLER 62 DRED STANTON SOP-IH STEPIN Jo.-xw s'r1suN11R I s D N xii i s N X I e -.5 ' hxs S l Blk -5, N ww... 1Xl3YliRl..Y H.-XRIXION S'l'liVENS ROY STRIBLING JQHN P. SUTHERLAND KATHLEEN LENORE TAYLOR WILBUR N. TEASLEY CLAUDE TUCKER BEVERLY HARMON STEVENS . . 211 Main St., Wilmore, Ky. English Major Rom. 8:28 Class Secretary, 35 Spanish Club, 35 Chorus, 3, A.W.S. Treasurer, 3, Student Volunteers, 1, 25 Christian Service League, 1, 2, Big Sisters Club, 2, 3. ROY STRIBLING 101 Gillispie St., Wilmore, Ky. Religion Major john 15:7 Joi-IN P. SUTHERLAND 440 E. Mark St., Marion, Ohio History Major Gal. 2220 Ministerial Association, 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus, 33 Softball, 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball, 1, 2. KATHLEEN LENORE TAYLOR La Belle, Fla. Home Economics Major Isa. 43:1 Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 Pre-Med Club, 3, 43 Big Sisters Club, 2, 3, 4, 'WILBUR N. TEASLEY Troy, Mo. Religion and Philosophy Majors Rom. 8:32 Student Volunteers, 1, 2, 33 Philosophical Society, 1, 2, 3, 4, Ministerial Association, 1, 2, 3, 4. CLAUDE TUCKER 437 Oakland, Los Animas, Colo. Psychology Major Ps. 27:1 Transfer, Friends Bible College, A Capella Choir, 25 Chorus, 3, 43 Glee Club, 43 Ministerial Association, 3, Student Volunteers, 33 Junior Play. MELVA Voss 2714 E. 24th St., Granite City, Ill. Religious Education Major John 10:4 Christian Service League, 15 Student Volunteers, 25 Big Sisters Club, 2, 4, Philosophical Association, 2, 3. CARL WAGGONER , I 0 Wheelersburg, Ohio History Major I Cor. 15:58 Transfer, Kentucky Mountain Bible Institute, Mountain Missionary Society, 2, 3, 43 Treasurer, 2, President, 3, Student Volunteers, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 33 Ministerial Association, 2, 3. IXLMA JEAN WALDEN MARY PRISCILLA WALKER ' U Somerville, Term, Englzsh Major Matt 6 Transfer, Montreat College, Philos h' 1 S ' ' 5:1 Big Sisters. Club, 4, Student VoclEnl2irs,ogleUi1:- 3M3E,refSi'Her' ?7 sionary Society, 3, 4, Christian Service Leagiie ,3 4. team MIS' 4, Basketball, 3, 4, S fb ll 4' A S. i ' ' . OWS, 3, of 3 , 3, , . F. Representative, 4, DORENE WALLACE Paint Lick, Ky, Home Economics Major 0 I I sh :9 Student Volunteers, 1, 2, 3, 45 M ' M- - . 1, 2, 3, 43 Christian Service League, lcjugiali 431sIfigglryEcEgZgY, Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. 'CS EUNICE WARD Woodlcaf, N, C, Q Sf., Fla. English Major PS' Transfer, Womanis College of tha Universit f NROm. 11333 Spanish Club, 2, 43 Chorus, 2, 4g Lens and Shutter Club, 4. lmemational Relgdmls Cluby 3 Offh Carolina? MELVA VOSS CARL WAGGONER ALMA JEAN WALDEN is Q Xi MARY PRISCILLA WALICER DQRENE XVALLACH WNNE WARD 64 f -A 'M L X 2. N. 5 L N I N ,lkWSlillld S. Xvtxlllw, . X " x X9 'I fc N, is QN- : ff- KATHERINE WILSON WHITED FRANK G. WILLIAMS KARL E. WRIGHT RICHARD D. WRIGHT JOSEPH S. WARD, JR. 2000 Coker Ave., Knoxville, Tenn. Psychology Major II Tim. 1:12 Ministerial Association, 1, 3, 45 Philosophical Society, 15 Or- chestra, 1, 2, 45 Collegian, Managing Editor, 2, Editor, 4. GLEN WAUN 4096 Beryl Rd., Flint, Mich. Psychology and Biology Majors I John 3:21 Softball, 13 ASBURIAN, Advertising Manager, 4. KATHERINE WILSON WHITED 106 Gillispie St., Wilmore, Ky. Spanish Major Rom. 8:28 Radio Choir, 1, Orchestra, 1, 23 Christian Service League, 1, 23 Spanish Club, 1, 2, 4, Secretary, 2, President, 43 Collegian Staff, 2, 4, Feature Editor, 23 Big Sisters Club, 2, 43 Chorus, 43 Student Wives, 4. FRANK G. WILLIAMS l U Pine Hill, Ala. Mathematics Major Isa. 26:3 Athletic Manager, 2, Ministerial Association, 1, 2, 33 Softball, 1, 2. KARL E. WRIGHT 2408 First St., Moundsville, W, Va. History Major b Phil. 3:10 Transer, Kutztown State Teacher's College, Student Volunteers, 3, Boy Treasurer, 45 Quartet 43 Men's Glee Club, 4, Chorus, 3, 4. RICHARD D. WRIGHT , . Jones Mills, Pa, Philosophy Major Isa. 6:8 Transfer, West Virginia Wesleyan and Pineland College. WAYNE W. WRIGHT I . Oaktown, Ind. Mathematzcs Mayor ' Heb. 10:23 Transfer, Ohio Wesleyan University, Class Chaplain, 45 Min- isterial Association, 3, 45 Student Volunteers, 3, 43 Chorus, 3, 45 Mcnis Glee Club, 4, Softball, 3, 45 Basketball, 3, 43 Senior Play. MARION YAMABE Lake Lawn, DeLavan, Wis. Psychology Major Matt. 5:16 Transfer, North Central College and Wilson Junior College, Span- ish Club, 35 Chorus, 3, 43 Softball, 3, 4g Basketball, 3, 43 Collegian, 3, 4, News Editor, 43 Christian Service League, Adver- tising Manager, 4, International Relations Club, 3, 4, Vice President, 43 Athletic Manager, 45 Big Sisters Club, 4. HERBERT S. YENSER l Fostoria, Ohio Voice Major . Phil. 4:13 A Cappella Choir, 1, 23 Orchestra, 1, 23 Chorus, 1, 2, 3, lVlen's Glee Club, 33 Diploma Voicel Recital, 4, ,lunior Play, 3, Senior Pay, 4. JAMES YOUNG A Dansville, Mich. Speech and English Major Phil, 3310 Class Treasurer, 15 Class President, 25 ASBURIAN Editor, 3, Stu- dent Body President, 4, International Relations Club, 1, Scribblers Club, 2, President, 15 Junior Play, Senior Play, Certificate Speech Recital, 25 Diploma Speech Recital, 4, Collegian Staff, 2, WAYNE W. WRIGHT MARION YAMABE HERBERT S. YENSER JAMES YOUNG 66 N o Picture MRS. WINNIE SAGAR MRS. SANDUSKY BOWMAN MRS. VIRGINIA POER JONES MR. ROBERT MOXLEX' -W' X I I ,v 3 i 'Q ' 1 5 I V P 1 x W r ' .gi wk y? W N' Y 3 3 lx , 'S Al f, H, W. X l a X: , x ,r s E ,I X 1: L f 1' 3 , X , li . l Lf 2 . Q F , , Z X , X Q X4 Q S X' X N J ISXX . . 5 Nt 12 a 5 25 ,? 1. '11, I , X ' s CARD' NAL CAGERS BUSY PRACTIC E HGU RS I 4422 f T ma NVW uv LFTTE R THE BIG DAY fxfmfx X1sf-is:s1w:fQNiQbNFE?'ii :Tw YNiiiQXfNxxiN.X, 5 x X Y Xp,--X X is F X x Xilf x X 5 N 'XGNQ ww X N a XQQIQNQQS W 1 Y ' mNNNx i x . EQQSQ X FQQNR SNQTTS . QQQXS wks xxx X xl N - SNR . Xi XX sb Q x wi 5 wx A S LS B U1 I S ,YJ f9f QQ CLASS Our student body president, ver- satile Jim Young, remembered not only for his dramatic ability, but as editor of the 1947 Asburian, Who's Who, and president of his Sophomore Class. Advertising manager of 1947 As- burian, Whois Who and business manager of the Collegian, Jack Aebersold. -' . fs ttir 1 ,",', --s-' . ' ,.,. .. .," " ' ' e," 1 2 fi 4. 1' " '+ f ' ','-' I -' 'ff . :v.- G' '-2 'f' ,- "0 35 1'-' 12.3, ' 6 -i:5:af:1i52593. 1112: X Siler.-'S' 'i'k"1 e'-4- u , .t,, if . "'s' ' 7 1 , ' f. fW2 ' f , gr -A u se '- in ' I 'f - if f -' -' ' ff " '-f' A- e f-fff' ",' 1 4. f 9X ff Z-ff'955'f+f42?G? 'X'gFQXWWNR"f'9 X fr j -,'- f 4 . ' ' " f ' f X ff .t., ? f f -' . "-- .f , 'f - 1, a n f ya W''L1''fmfw-fff'fr46f'1s:'.:i--:rl 'ff f,1.."":5f:::' 'k" J .,,f "wwf: ' , " , 1 i ' if fiiifi .ess if . ' W I' -'s,- ' ' "-' I " J . . us :tml :ey Qfrai .... g l55:,5j113:55-5-ggfg 70 jf' fj W4-QQ X ,, ogg, 4, H4 ,, ,Y ji .33 c ,rflljffaj tlil lAJff"'4' MOU C N V J on IW ' , "' hi V Just a moment of relax- ation for Russell Murphy, member of the Men's Glee Club and Who's Who. The busy Freshmen spon- sor, Erma Gray, finds a few minutes to pose for the photographer. x as vu M.. ,XE X MNA- Q -'Ax l.l,,:J'. x 0 3 'Ss X K - 1 f .- 5 Kms ' R K-xgg , .1 President of Ministerial Association, Bill Casczni, -,ici meditates upon the Word ' ff-lm 1,5 which is his constant " .Q guide 4 ,- ' i'Y'-CQ! gym. ll rn, HH uv- 1 :ex in-gb. Presenting gracious Sophie Stepzn, the cient 'vice president of the Senior Class and member of Whos Who The artistic and dramatic ability of Beth Callis are only two of her accomplishments. She was also chaplain of the Cardinal Class urzng the Junior and Sen1or years and named to Tffhos Who Caught checking out is Lois Henry, vice p1es1dent of Student Volun teers and one o the campus spzr :tual leaders A loyal participant in the sports of the Cardinal Class is the Fresh- man Sponsor, Ray Lanham. A gentlemanfrom Georgia, Rus- sell Edwards, business manager of " A 155. .-gf-11 1 .,. Talented Phyllis Barker, of Whois Who and chaplain of the Panther Class, will be remembered for her musical contribution to Asbury College. the 1947 Asburian. Of course, you know June Harper, of Who's Who, associate editor of the 1947 Asburian, Collegian stab' member, and supporter of other campus activities. Joe Ward, of Who,s Who, manag- ing editor of the Collegian last year and ace editor this year. 73 NA, MZAIiCAI2'IE'l' l',:c:l n'rNmz, 'l'nmvms IM 74 OFFICERS CLAUDE CORBETT . . . . . .President HAROLD SHARP . . . . . .Treasurer ANNA MARGARET LIGHTNER ...... Vice--President EMILY EATON . . .Student Faculty Representative ALMA JEFFERS . . . . . .Chaplain JACK STOWELL . . ,Student Faculty Representative THOMAS DITTd . . . . . .Chaplain JOHN DUNHAM . . . .... A. S. F. Representative EMMA RUTH ANDERSON . . . . .Secretary MARY ANN STOWELL .... A. F. Representative BETTY WEBER .. .F ..Treasurer JEAN MINGLEDORFF .... .... A thletic Manager JAMES PONVELL .... Athletic Manager UN C CABI ET N T 75 First 'Row Second Row HUBERT ADEY ....... Steubenville, Ohio LOREN ANDERSON W ..... Youngstown-, Ohio Route No. 1 4212 Hopkins Road EVERETT ALDSTADT . - - -Lindsey, Ohio DALE ARMSTRONG . . .Mount vefgon, Ohio B974 32 207 Fountain Street JOHN ALEXANDER .U . . Moundsv1lle, West. Va. ROSETTA ATKINSON . i u ' Paoli, Ind. ' 123 Grant Ave. A DOLORES AMMONS ..... Washington, Pa. JOHN BAGWELL ...... Cartersville, Ga- 606 Fayette Street Route No' 1 EMMA RUTH ANDERSON . . Dunbar, West, Va. GEORGE BAILEY ...... Damascus, Ohio A Roxalana Road Box 94 We're in a rut X -Oli gl' 'gl uf' ' -,,u 3 . 52. 1 1 f'li1'.tt Rohn' M.-im lS.AXRlilCR ..,.... lfuimsville, Ky. 577 College Street ,Ill-XRI. li.-XRR . ..... Parsons, VVest Va. DAVID HEUKER . . .Asheville, North Carolina 64- Flint Street ll.-Xlll, l3lffElNlAN ...... . .GHl'y, Ind. 205 Roosevelt Street HEVLAH BEVINS ...... Flemingsbnrg, Ky. 415 Dye Street Second Row ROBERT BEYER . . . Neptnre City, New Jersey 16 Oak Terrace CHARLES BEYNON .... Staten Island, N. Y. 143 Charles Avenue LOUIANE HEYSTEK BEYNON . . . Flint, Mich. 421 West Tobias Street DORIS BLAKE ....... Schenectady, N. Y. 1178 Waverly Place IRA BLAKE ........ Schenectady, N. Y. 1178 Waverly Place THE 1 1 o CLASS Third Row GLADYS BOLLINGER . . .1VIille1'sVille, Missntlri NATHAN BOND ...... Los Angeles, Calif. 2115 South Bonsallo JO BOVVLING ....... VVilcoe, VVest Va. HERMAN BOYETTE . . . Zolfo Springs, Fla. JOYCE CARPENTER ...... Lansing, Mich, 935 South Holmes Street we'19" Fzrst Row BILLY DEAN CASE Fayette MISSISSIPPI ROBERT COLLINS ..... Montgomery, Ala. 1047 South McDonough Street FLOYD COMTE ....... Murphysboro, Ill. 1908 Wall Street Second Row ROBERT COVVHERD Bengal Ky FLORENCE CRAMNER . . . . . Darby, Pa. 653 Columbus Avenue DOROTHY MAE CRISWELL . Hulltlllgbllrg, Ind. 417 Jackson Street CLAUDE CORBETT ...... Portsmouth, Va. 413 Cliggor Street ZELLA DORSEY CORBETT . . .Cleveland, 3579 East 71st, Street Campaigning Ohio JANE CROOKS ..... Hammondsville, Ohio Box 4 DOROTHY COBB CULP . . .Arab, Alabama Ffrfl' Kms' ,1US151'11 UAXYS ,...A . . 17n'1i1l11v, 1V11SS. T H NOX 16 1!pXR1i.XR.X IWIKXN ....... X1ViImore, Ky. 10-1+ XN1.l1lll1I' Avenue I I Q R RU1i1'1R1' 1517SS11R1QAU1.'1i . . Los Angeles, Czl1if. 1100 Ind Avenue 1.013 1711.1.UN ..... . Vinton, VH. 1 I A S S THOMAS DITTO ...... Camp Taylor, Ky. 1514 Cardinal Drive Second Row Third ROW BILL DIZNEY . - - - Wilmore, Ky- JOHN DUNHAM . . . Muskegon Heights, Mich 1633 Temp1e Street BETTY DOUGHTY ...... Alliance, Ohio EMILY EATON ,,..., . XVaseca, Minn 48 South Freedom Avenue Route NO, 3 ERNEST DRIVER ..... Nashville 6, Tenn. CHARLES ELAM , . , , . . . Index, Ky 1011 She1by Avenue ARLO DuBOIS ........ Anderson, Ind. MARSHALL ERVIN .... Cape Girardeau, Mo Route No, 1 Route No. 2, Box 772m JENE INIARTINDALE DuBOIS , . Anderson, Ind. GLENN ESCHTRUTH ...... Peck, Mich 2312 Morton Street 191 East Lapeen S 53? 1 1 -W 1 Y . , ,., .- 5, , 4-3 , 1 LQ' ,xi 2:5 2 f , i is R if ff:-11 ,- ff -' -, .-::f.- yzfl -:fin-1 "ffl, -5' :TI A. A ' ' - " 1. "'i 1 " , ,X R M X., ,. .,., . . , ' X. ., ,SA ,. .,.. ..., X .. .. , XM. . .. A .... . Kgdsvs . . f.. . A - g 2 11 y.. xx igx v of 1 .qv 1 N . First Row KATHLEEN FISHER ..... Plymouth, Mich. 675 Burroughs Street ARCATIA FLOYD . .y .Bulls Gap, Tenn. DELORIS FOSSUM . . . Claire City, South Dakota PHYLLIS FULLER . 611 North Uhrich Street . . . . .Uhrichsvil1e, Ohio HAROLD GARDNER . . . Worthville, Ky. Saturday we scatter A Second Row VVALTON GARDNER . . .VVorthville, Ky WILLIAM GARNETT ...... Ashland, Ky. 150 5 Morningside Drive HAZEL GATTIS .... South Birmingham, Ala. 8324 3rd Avenue DOROTHY C. GIERHART . Crumpler, iVVest Va- VVILLIS GIERHART . . . Argyle. Wis- 1 .v nr 5 'wat nal ,,,,.s gl 'O Fir lf Run' lllfRl5l-XR ll kll .XSUUXY . . . , llolwllrn, llll. Nlfl SON kIOOl5l lf ll ll S . . . NVilmore, Ky. H03 ll Nl.'XRlON UOOIWIUXS PURE . . RllI'2ll Retreat, Va. -IFANNIT GORDON ..... Santa Ann, Calif. llll South Birch Street CATHERlNE GREENLEE . .Duubar, VVest Va 2 16 21st Street Second Row THELMA HAMNIOND .... jeffersonville, Ind 107 East Harrison Avenue sl.-UNIES HANLON ....... Cairo, West Va Route No. 2 NANCY HANSON . . . .Hustonville, Ky. JASPER HARMON . ROBERTA HARNEY ..... Millersburg, Ky . . Bedford, Ky. THE IOR I CLASS Third Row WALTER HARRISON .... Florence Villa, Fla PAUL HAYES DORIS HESS ROBERT HESS RUTH HILDIE . . Bruceville, Ind . . . . . . . .Hughesville, Pa 360 East Water Street . . . . . . .Hughesville-, Pa 360 East Water Street . . . . . . . .Pasade-na, Calif 10th and Vimonts Sts. 1379 Sierra Bonita it if 4 4 i ii l"1A11f Run' lill I Ili' 5Ilf.XN lxNll'lNll-'N FR . , . l'itlsli1'lcl, Ill. T H E Rmllc Nu 1 RUNVI X ROON , . . . li1'1'wlo11, Alu. N I O NXOMI IQRXMIVR ..... . . ivllfyklll, Pu. EQ-+ hl.1111 Stwvt Nlll.liON l,l7lDlU ....... Clilmvootl, Vu. 4 D A S S litsx 14 H:XRl...-XN IAEYSEN . . . Dol:111d, South Dakota Second ROW Third ROW A ANNA M. LIGHTNER ..... Lexington, Ky. JEAN MCCURRY ,,,. a Vvashington, pa, Q 609 East North Blt1eg,rass Park Route NO' NICHOLAS LOTZ ..... Jackson Center, Ohio RQBERT MARSHALL , . Haigler, Nebraska Rauf: No. I DOROTHY JANE LOXVE . . . VVeilersville, Ohio BETTY MARTIN .,,,,.. VVilmore, Ky. 207 North Walnut Street M.-XDGE INICCLYRE .... Reynoldsburg, Ohio BILL MEADE ...., . Davy, VVeSt Va. Main Street B X 174 HAROLD MCCOLLUM .... Granite City, Ill. DUANE MEIER .... . .Lennon, Mich. -unil- I an ...un su is D .Je 2162 Grand P 1 First Row ALFRED MILLER ....... Wichita, Kan 210 North Ash Street JEANNE MINGLEDORFF . . A Box 541' BERRIEN MINTER . . WAYNE MONROE .... Box 347 EARL MOREHEAD ..... 468 Beaver Street Presidential duties Douglas, Ga . Jakin, Ga Palitka, Fla . Beaver, Pa. Second Row ILENE MOSHER ....... Cardirmton, Ohio Route No. 3 HAROLD MURPHY ..... Springfield, Tenn. Mon on Apartment ILENE MUZZY .... . .Corunn:1, Mich. Roule No. 2 MIRIAM NAUMANN ..... Canton 5, Ohio 1331 Gibbs Avenue CALVIN NAYLOR ..... . . Duryea, PH. Route 27, Foote Avenue P-X9 .7 x u 1. I 4 ,la il I Q 1 1 F 3 'ff lxl'Af Nou' XIXKII7 UNYVNS . , . lllllllilllill' Ulnio lf? Nxillli Ii Slrvvl UURUVIIX l'llll l ll'l'l , . Nlll'lilIS l'it'l'I'kY, Ohio ROHM' 5110. l ll.XRYl-W l'Il7Rk'l-X , . . . .Hl'UL'kfllIl, Nlzlss Dumont L O I lflhlllllg, N11-A T E ICR .gl betomz' Row lxXlH1PI'Y PIxlNllX Ill ZEXX PRk11XMkN 1336 R EFVIEXV H XXIE PROPILRPI Rout No Del ea D L ORDOX R-XHNEX 309 Cawford Avenue Dis ton 7, Ohm GI wsboxo N Augustfx C1 FN EI X N RFFb Mmneapolu Mum W oodland Road Tfnrd Row ALICE RICE Pilntsvllle KAXE ROBX M'neng'1 Ohlo Route No 3 MARY ROSENTHAL L U18 Ill Slgnal I-Illl East Street XVONNE ROUGHTON q'1flL6lYlHC CQ Route No 3 JOSEPH RUCGLES Chqrters xx ff fi? Af, , First Row DAVID RULE ......... Ashland, 1413 Lexington Avenue HARRY RUSSELL ....... Key West, 716 Southard Street HAROLD SHARP . . .Wilmore, JOHNNIE SHEPPARD . . . .Stap1eton, MARGUERITE SHIRER ..... Arlington, A 4527 North Henderson Road Time to roll Ky Fla. Ky Ga Va Second Row MARY SHOWALTER . . .Craig, Missouri MARGARET SHUTTLEWORTH . Matthews, Ind. Box 412 RICHARD SIGLER . . . .Bucatunna Miss, JAMES SMITH ........ Vincennes, Ind. Route No. 5 JUNE SMITH ...... Balboa Island, Calif. 12611: Saphire Avenue all Q uf ,a p , Q1 . H vi filrvf Run' THE Xl,XRlx SNlll'll ,,..q lilooniingilzllv, Ohio linx IR NLXRX ,l.XNl-' Shll l'll .... Los .'xllgt'lL'S, Calif. IEOKVQ Wivst lqtli Street I I Q R NIYRON SMI l'll ...... lilooiningdnle, Ohio Box lf' ROBERT SMITH ....... Loveland, Colo. Q I A S S -'60 Harrison Avenue MATTIE SOLOMONSON . . YVG-st Liberty, Ohio Second Row Third Row LEE SPEAKINIAN ..... . .DeCatur, Ind. IANICE TAYLOR . . . .Peoli, Ohio Route No. 6 FRANCES SPRADLING . . . Spiceland, Ind. NORMAN TAYLOR . . .Wichita, Kansas BIARY HELEN STEXVART .... VVilmore, Ky. PERRY THOMAS ...... Pontiac 16, Mich. 600 North Lexington Avenue 330 East Pike Street -TACK STOYVELL ........ Findlay, Ohio CHESTER THOMPSON . . East McKee-rsport, Pa. 1117 Hurd Avenue Oak Dale Road NIARY ANN S. STOVVELL .... Findlay, Ohio MARGARET TODD ...... Brooksville, Ky. 1429 East Sandusky Route No. 2 - l First Row Second Row LILA VAUGHN ........ Louisville, Ky. LOUIS VVALLER ...... Nashville, Tenn. 2311 Bolling Avenue 2507 Acklen Avenue EDITH VOGEL ....... Schenectady, N. Y. CAROL VVARNER ...... IVilliamstoii, Mich. 13 Mayflower Drive Route No. 1 JOAN VOLKERS . . . Dennison, Ill. HELEN VVATTERS ...... Cincinnati, Ohio 1810 Young Street ROSE WAGONER ...... . . Paris, Ky. BETTY NVEBER ..... . . Kent, Ohio Route No. 3 Route No. 2 LILA WALDEN ......... Miami, Fla. VIRGINIA NVEHR ....... Hamilton, Ohio 241 North West 29th Street 563 H31-1-i5Q11 Avenue Grill Concert I F1 R 5 .Q li .rea 4 7+ -3. P First Row RUTH XVEHRMAN ..... Higginsville, Mo. Route No. 2 EDGAR XVHITE ....... Greenfield, Ind Route No, 3 MARION XVILKES ..... Daytona Beach, Fla Box 1788 ROBERT XVILLIAINIS . . . . . Pimento, Ind SAMUEL VVILLIS ..... . . Corbin, Ky 3 05 Fourth Street Second Row EDXVIN VVILSON ...... Detroit, 2I, Mich 19200 Manor ROBERT VVILSON .... . . Duryea, Pa 923 Getty Avenue GLADYS WINNICK . . . . Orbisonia, Pa Cromwell Street JOHN VVOODS ...... Los Angeles, Calif 900 North Hobart Blvd. GLORIA WURST ...... Donalsonville, Ga. I i K I r P ,. 'F I T H E I fi LASS ' , Third Row 1, 1 i. EDITH YOUNG ...... Cameron, West Va. li Route No. 2 if LOUIS YOUNGS .' ...... Harrisburg, III. 10 South Vine Street MARJORIE ZELLER ....... Salem, ohio 840 East Pershing Street il I-f N o Picture jf CHARLES WILSON E - l. ri ' J I ii' l he I JACK WILLIAMS, LUTHER STOKES, ANN BARNETT, G13N13v1l3v12 CfxRN12x 90 OFFICERS JACK WILLIARTS . . . . .President ANN BARNETT . . . . . .Vice-President GENEVIEVE CARNEY .... .... C haplain LUTHER STOKES .... .... C laaplain JANE LONG . . . . . .Secretary KATHLEEN I-IENDRICKS . . . .... Treasurer GENE PARKS .... JAMES FLORENCE . . . .... Treasurer BARBARA DEAN . .Student Faculty Representative DWIGHT MIKKELSON ...... Student Faculty Rep. BEVERLY BERCK ........ A. S. F. Representative CHARLES TURKINGTO'N . . .A. S. F. Representative GRACE SHAW . . . .... Athletic Manager . . . .Athletic Manager OJPHQMQRE CABI E Fzrst Row DUANE AELICK . . . Saginaw, Mich 239 North 3rd Street CRAIG AFFLECK ...... .Hammond, Ind. 901' Wilcox DOROTHY ALEXANDER ...... Louisville, Ky. 4112 South 2nd Street JOHN AMSBURY ....... East St. Louis, Ill. 2419 Bond Avenue NELLIE JANE ANKER ..... Congo Belge, Afr. MECM Wembo Nyama Lusambo JOHN ARMBRUST . . . . . . .Akron, Ohio Dr. Colby 1181 2nd Avenue Second Row MARIE ARMENIA ..... Staten Island, N. Y. 76 Burnside Avenue RICHARD ARMSTRONG ..... . Crossville, I11. - Route No. 1 DOROTHY ATKINSON .... Mingo Junction, Ohio Route No. 1 VVAYNE AUGHINBAUGH ...... Tampa 4, Fla. 710 East North Street i NOLEIHA BAILEY ........ Rock, West Va. Box 56 MURIEL BALDWIN ....... Argonia, Kansas Box 234 Third Row ROBERT BAREFOOT ....... Greensboro, N. C. Route No. 1 ANN BARNETT ........ East St. Louis, Ill. 2035 Pontiac Road RALPH BARRETT . . . . . .Col1iIIgswood, N. J. 320 Lees Avenue MILDRED BARRITT ..... . Lansing, Ohio 44 Maple Avenue CPERTRUDE BAUMBACH .... . Oil City, Pa. 7 Nlciuane Place SHERMAN BIQIRD .... . .DeQuincy, Ie,oIIisianH Route No, 1, Box 145 ,A 1 1 1 I J 1 Y' First Row N1-'ISON BFNJAMIN ..... .Northc-ast, Md. Route No, 2, GEORGE BENSON ......... Ravenna, Ky. 302. Sth Street JOHN BENSON ........ Nashville, Tenn. Brush Hill Road liEVER1EY BEROK ........ Baltimore, Md. 4004 Gwynn Oak Avenue BETTY BEVINGTON ....... Knoxville, Tenn. 1617 Valley View Road RAYMOND BOEHLKE ...... Stewart, Minnesota Sccond Row ELEANOR Bov1LL ....... Arlington, N. J. 407 Beach Street JOHN BoviLL ......... Arlington, N. J. 407 Beach Street ABRAHAM BRANDYBERRY . . .Youngstown 9, Ohio 6723 Bowman Avenue DONNA LEE BRASIIER ...... Phoenixville, Pa. 149 Church Street ELDEN BROWN ....... Kansas City, Miss. 3116 Linwood Street DALE BRUMBAUGH ...... North Canton, Ohio Route No. 6 Third Row CHARLES BUICE ........ Cedartown, Ga. 213 Atlanta Street DONNA BURCHFIELD ....... Louisville, Ky. Route No. 2 BETTY BURNS .......... Augusta, Ga. 235 Peach Orchard Road THE SOPHO ORE CLASS CORAL1E BURNS ....... East Canton, Ohio Route No. 1 Louis CAISTER ....... . . VVilmore, Ky. Box 21 GENEVIEVE CARNEY ...... Dunbar, VVest Va. 303 llth Street Fourth Row NAOMI CASE .......... Jackson, Miss. 2102 Bailey Avenue ROBERT CASE ........ . Jackson, Miss. 2102 Bailey Avenue VERDA MAE CLARK ....... Chunky, Miss. EVELYN CLAUSEN ......... Mobile, Ala. 452 South Broad Street KE1'1'H COLBY ......... Pontiac, Mich. 148 South Shirley Avenue JAMES COOPER ......... Columbus, Ohio 867 Oakwood Avenue First Row PATSY CRAVENS ....... Ann Arbor, Mich. 6615 Earhart Street DOROTHY LEE CRISWELL .... Lexington 28, Ky. 402 Dudley Road GEORGE CROOKS ...... Hammondsville, Ohio Box 4 PAUL CROOKS . ..... Hammondsville, Ohio Box 4 TOM CROSBY ...... . . . .-Iackson, Miss. 1715 St. Mary Street MYRA DAVENPORT .... . . . . Miami, Fla. 311 North Vfest 41h Street. They study on Second Row ESTHER DAVIDSON . . . . . . .Wilmore, Ky 200 Main Street ARTHUR DAVIS ........ Jacksonville, Fla 325 East 'First St. GALE DAVIS . .New Salisbury, Ind. VIVIAN DAvIs ........ Vine Grove, Ky. U RouteiN0. 2 CHLORA DEAN i . . VVhite Sylphur Springs, West Va. Box 692 ANN DECK . . . . . .Carlisle, Ind. Third Row GILBERT DIEEFENWIERTH .... St. Augustine, Fla. 118 King Street MARCELLA DILLON . . Ponca, Nebraska ROBBINS DORSEY . .Nushville, Ga. CIECILIA DUNCAN ....... Nashville, Tenn. 900 Riverside Drive PATRICIA DUNCAN . .... . . Nashville, Teim. 900 Riverside Drive CLYDE DUNN . . . . . Mebane, North Carolina T .. 'Int ow' I . R 1 FIAMES l:Nl'NYlSllF .,... .Mnriettzn Ga. Route No, I hlAXlX1-' 1'i.Xlli1f ,..... St. Clair Shores, Mich. HSV' l'opl.u lieerli Drive AI RFK I' l-Tu I. ......... Pontiac, Mich. -100 South Paddock Street AR1'llL'R 15.-All. . ...... . .Pontiac Mich. r 400 South Paddock Street PALIINE FALL ......... Pontiac, Mich. -I-00 South Paddock Street IRA FETI' . . . . . . . . . . Marissa, Ill. DUDLEY FISH HARRY FLINNER JAMES FLORENCE H.-XROLD FRENCH NIIIRIEL FRIZKE JANET FROST . NOEL FRY . ROY GAMBLIN . Svcomz' Row . . . . . . .LouiSville, Ky. 17-9 St. Louis Avenue . . . .VVeSt Bridgewater, Pa. 717 Nlarket Street . . . . . . . .LOuiSville, Ky. 1125 Roger Street . . . . . . .Shanghai, China . . . . . . . Plant City, Fla. Route 2, Box 289 . . . . . . . Logansport, Ind. 919 North Street Third Row . . . . . . . .Findlay, Ohio 511 East Sandusky . . . . . . .Meridian, Miss. Box 373 XVILLIAM GARDNER ..... . Worthville, Ky. OPHO ORE CLASS WILLIAM GARRISON ....... Raleigh, N. C. 914 Vance Street ELOISE GATES ....... .Dover, Fla. Box 73 NAOMI GETTXG ........ Columbus, Ohio 115 Sherman Ave Fourth Row CORNELIA GILBERT ....... Martinsville, Va. 6 Cross Street FAY GOODRICH ........ Youngstown, Ohio 171 Millet Avenue ROBERT GORHAM ........ Wilmore, Ky. 114 Wood Street LOREN GOULD ........ . Louisville, Ill. Route No. 2 ANNIE GRANBERRY ...... Hazel jurst, Miss. 18 Monticello Street DONALD GRAY ........ Elk River, Minn. Star Route , 1 First Row PATTY jo GREEN ....... Champaign, Ill. 1012 West Charles Street CARL GROFF . ....... . Breman, Ohio Route No. 1 PAUL GROUT . ..... q . El Paso, Texas 3307 Douglas DAv1D GUNNING . . . . . . . . .Kokomo, Ind. 1321 North LaFountain RAYMOND HAHN . . . junction City, Ky. ROBERT HAHN ., . . . . . .Pasadena, Md. Green Haven Laundry day JOANN HAINES CARL HALL . CARL HALVORSEN BRYAN HANSFORD JAMES HARMON Rout ROBERT HAvENs Second Row . . Greentown, In . . . . . . Portsmouth, Ohxo Box 453 . . . . .Bellmawr Park 6 Aspen Place . . . . . .Purdir1, Missour1 Box 7 .... . . . .Ashville,N C c No. 1, Weaverville Road 935 Foote Avenue Third Row Duryea HERBERT HEADRICK ...... Deaver, VVyommg Box 165 EDWARD HEGLE ........ Napoleon, Ohm Route No. 4 BRUCE HEISER ........ . Duryea 916 Getty Avenue KQATHLEEN HENDRICKS ..... . Jay, Route No. 1, Box 34 RALPH PIENDRICKS ..... . 12153 T11 Box 45 KATHLEEN HIGH ...... Ridgclcy, XVcst X 48 Carpenter ,NI ' Sf Ruin' Nl Xlill YY lliwmrxx ,..... Wytlwvillv, Ark. Nfl South l-rinklvu Rourxr llocusu-'1'1'llfR ..... . Findlay, Ohio 2l0 lmum .-Xvcnuv lrxnx -lF.XN lloxxxxkn . . . . Olive llill, Ky. Rnnrru' llowmxu l'lR,XXClfS lluuuvs FANNEs'r IIUMMER E1.A1NE IIUTSIAR BIARVIN JOHNS . HELEN JOHNSON JOHN li.-'KUFFMAN RICHARD KEIM . DALLAS KEl.l.EX' . XVESLEY KERSH HUBERT KILBURN FRANCIS KINZLER . . . . . .Columbus, Ohio 200 North Halgiit' . . . . . . .Br:1dentOn, Flu. l-lll lslll .'xVt'llllt . . . . . . .D:1rlington, Md. Sworzzf RO-lc' . . . . . .Milltown, Ind. . . Quinlan, Okla, . . . . . .Cumberland, Ohio Route NO. l . . . . . . .McClure, Pa. Route No, 1 . . . . . .Nepture City, N. J. 51 Nlerritt Avenue . . . . . . .CrOssville,Ill. JEAN LANCASTER Route No. 2 Third Row . . . . . .Hattiesburg, Miss. D-23 Briarfield . ...... . . Erie, Pa. 955 East 25th Street . . . . . . . . Milnor, N. D. SOPHO THE MABEL KINZLER . . . Milnor, N. D JILES KIRKLAND . . . . . .... .Dover, Fla Route 1, Box 240 JUNE KLINE ......... Marshall, Mich 602 North Kalamazoo ' 1 Fourth Row ARLIE KNIPLTEYER . . . . . . 3 14 Persons Street RUTH STRAKA LEACH . . . . .BellHower, Mo Fort Valley, Ga . Litchfield, Ohio ALISON LEARN ........ Stroudsburg, Pa , Box 175 ELIZABETH LEE ....... Binghamton, N. Y l Route No. 2 41 Riverside Drive . . Russell, Ky I l First Row Second Row JANE LONG I ........ Elizabethtown, Ky. JAMES MCKAY - - - - - - Mount M0ffiS, Midl- Route 2, Helmwood Route 1 , ' SHIRLEY MCKAY ...... .Detroit, Mich. J JEAN LOWERY . . Gastonburg, -Ala. 12782 wade I ELIZABETH MCMILLEN ...... Baltimore, Md. EMILE MCADAMS . . . Irvington, Ky. 437 Anglesea Street VIRGINIA MCFARLAND JOYCE MCPHERSONK . . . .... Jeifersonville, Ind. 726 East 7th . . . ..... Kokomo, Ind ' KATHERIN M . . .Mo land K . 718 south McCann E ADDOX re ' y CHRISTINE MCGUNEGILL . . ' D . .Municq Ind. DoRIs JEAN MASTERS ..... Elizabethtown, Ky. 2424 South Jefferson Route 4 ANN MCINTIRE ......... I.eXi11gtOIl, Ky. Tl1j7'gl Rgvgcf 2 Nicholasville Road , ' LAVERNE MERCK ....... Deep River, Iowa just ,, minute between' classes DWIGHT MIKKELSON ..... . Wilmore, Ky. Jewell Street HAROLD MILLER . . . - .... Plant City, Fla. 711 N0l'tll Merrin JOHN MILIQIER ........ Dearborn, Mich. 5265 Chase Road MARX' Dl1"l'O MILLER ..... Camp Taylor, Ky- 15l4 Cardinal Drive- RUTII lW1IlLLER ..... - . . . . Kokomo, Ind. 9l2 North Xvcbsror Street WL if M ui P P U F M S kll lp! YE liz ffli R xy I yillxipq R.IIILgrI, l'rx.ls It Ax.... grrxii-I XllXr'lllN'Nll lVoIIi1l.Is, li.I. ll ,x,, I. i Iiut ll Q'URlXXl4 Nluxixruxiixx Ri.ll'lt'llAl, Un. NNN Xlilkr-I I' .-m1u I XI -.u: I 1wx.-u ll -I Umm- MOORE' I , i0lliNViiit', Ky. lOl l .Ist it -lwu II Nu-IIII Hoyt-lyglw NIQIIRF , . , . Aliillliil, Kill. FRyl11E NlURFllE.XD ,.,, . Gillette, NVyOIIIing liox -'US Snofifl' R010 RORI-'Rl' NIORGXY ...... Mingo junction, Ohio Route l Boxxx' NRWRIXON ESREXX' . . , Clmrleston, NVest Va. l4l l Beech .-Xvenue CIAVDE MosIIER ...,. . Damascus, Ohio Box SR ROBERT 51L'ypLy ..... . Malvern, Ohio hi.IIII Street ERNEST RIURPHX '... . . . Box 3 LLOYD XIURPHY . ..... . Detroit, Mich. 49 Louisiana . Flushing, Ohio Third Rom' VIRGINIA OGLES . . . . . - . . . Marissa, Ill. South Blain Street DOROTHY O'NEAI, . . - . . .Ridgeley, West Va. 30 Knobley Street THE SOPHO ORE CLASS CLARA ORANDER . . Crumpler, West Va. EMMETT OSBORNE . . Philo, Ohio MARVIN OSBORNE .... . .Jackson, Miss. Terry Road EDITH OVERTON ....... Monaville, West Va. Fourth Row GENE PARKS . .....-. . Amite, La. HUBERT PATRICK . .Forest Hill, Md. LOYAL PEARCE . . . . .... Polk, Ohio Route 1 DELORES PERRY . . . - - - .Ridgeley, West Va. 196 Main Street RICHARD PETERSON ........ Bartow, Fla. Route 1, Box 28 ROBERT PIETY . ...... Farmersburg, Ind. Route 2 i "" I 1 i 1 ,W u I R First Row Second Row HENRY POLLOCK . . . . - . . .Kittanning,Pz1. JAY PURVIANCE - - - - : 421 Union Avenue , , , WALTER QUIGG ...... . LEONA POOLE . .R. . - .BloOm1ngdale,Oh1o 734 Chestnut Avenue oute 1 CARLIN RAINEY . . -..- . JOHN PRIEST . - . . . . Vincennes, Ind. 309 Crawford Avenue Route 5 RONALD REARIC ....... 3 - F kl' A' DAVID PROPERT . . . . . . . .Glassboro, N. J. 17 ran m mme Route 2, Delsea Drive NANCY REILEIN . - . - - - . 44 Grosvenor Road ROBERT PUGH . -R. .1. . .DeMOssville, Ky. HOWARD RICHARDSON . , , 0 . oute BOYD PURCELL . . Route 1 - . Stilesville, Ind. Third Row ROBERT RIEL . . . . . . . . 8 Gedney Nay M555 Seffvfff femedy BERNICE RIPLEY . . . - . . . Route Z . Harris, Iowa . . Delanco, N. J. . . Augusta, Ga. . Kittanning, Pa. . Kenmore, N. Y. . . DeKalb, Miss. Newburgh, N. Y. Uhrichsville, Ohio I 1 v i RODNEY ROBINSON .... . Box 42 HOVVARD ROGERS . . . P11Y1,L1s ROGGENKAMP . PAUL ROHER . - . - - . . . . . Carrabelle, Flu. . Milltown, Ind. . Milltown, Ind- . Salem, Ohio 748 New Gaiden Avenue lb ll 1+ gi gl ll' pl .ll If . f nv' ,I 1'lllISf Row KiFRAID RUSSEII. ..... . Xvivhitzl, Kan. I I I I 1 410 South Green l'lllZAREl'll SANITMETER ...... Louisville, Ky. -H14 South Zud Street 'IEANNE SEAIE . ........ Charlotte, N. C. l0l7 lhlorth Allen Street EDWIN SIIARI' . - . . . ..... Rutland, Vt. 65 Church Street ROBERT SIIARI' .... . . . - . . Rutland, Vt. I I S 65 Church Street GRACE SH.-XXV . . . . - . . . Cardington, Ohio Route 3 BAN STADLER . . . . . . . .Reids ille N. C. Second Row J Route I V , IVAN SHELBURNE ....... Taylorsville, Ky. Route 4 IQENNETH SHOW . -.-....- .Alton, Ill. 2411 Brown Street ORIN SIMMERMAN . . . . - . . .Ashland, Ky. 2205 29th Street SAMUEL SINR ..... - Mount Hope, West Va. RUBY SLOAN . GLENN SMITH . THERON SMITH VVINSTON SMITH RUTH SNODGRASS Route l . . . -... Hull, Ill. . . . . . . .Piedmont, S. C. 3 Orr Hill Third Row . ..... Bloomingdale, Ohio . - ...... Malvern, Ohio Box 285 . - .... Charleston, West Va. 1516 Crescent Road PAUL STEELE . . . . . . . . .Cincinnati, Ohio 1810 Young Street MARION STETSER ........ Paloboro, N. J. 540 Deaware Fourth Row BARBARA STEWART ..... . . . Batanzas, Cuba Apartado 222 LAVONNE STEWART ...... Mission Hill, S. D. LUTHER STOKES . . . .Homeward, Miss. PAUL STONEKING . . . Parkersburg, West Va. JOHN STRONG . . . . . - . . . .Harlan, Ky. 111 Green Street ' JAMES STYLES . . . - . . .Dawsonville, Ga. ,"' , .f. if .I Z -.,f 4 ,AA , W 41 ff' -"' " 'f v.v- 'Nw ,sbliiiliigw tz tilo 4 Z? -v., - ' ' .v'f'. '35J "" 1.2" l WW ff! ., ,, Y i pa I Pl ,Q I lf l v U F B . ll' l Q34 'inn-. al MAR1 LOUISE SUTTON . . ..... Eldorado, Ill. ITASCA TABER . . Rosiclare, Ill. ELNORA TAYLOR . . . . .Loudonvillc, Ohio First Row 2116 Illinois Avenue Route I CHARLES THOMPSON ..... Charleston, West Va. 320 Alethea Street BETTIE TISSET . . . , .,.. ,C0ruUna,1VIiCh. 318 West Oliver Street MERALYN TREFETHAN .... South Portland, Me. 1 Ocean Road Don't forget my Halo Second Row BETTY TROUT . . . - ..... . Roanoke, Va. 1302 Hanover Avenue, N.XV. BETTY TURKINGTON . . . . . . .Wilmore, Ky. 204 East Main Street CHARLES Tuiucmcfmn ....... Wilmore, Ky. 204 East Main Street MARY UNDERWOOD . . VVolfe, Ky. RUBY VAHLY ........ .Elyria, Ohio 453 Cleveland Street HERBERT VAN VORCE .... - . VVilmore, Ky. Browlclyn Avrinm L Third Ro-is , l3oR0'1'nx' NVAVIS ...... . Lexington, Ky. Route 4 D!-IllORAll NV.u-KER . ...... Pasadena, Calif- l4T' North Hill Avenue xVll.l.lAlNlXV.-XLKIER . . . - . . .Viennn,XVest Va. '00 Fnvottv Street C'u.nu.r:s W.-xkxicu ...... Middleslwurgh, N. Y- 49 Grove Street Wu.M.tx XVARNISR . . ,,... . .Chicago,1ll. 5rllkl XXRSK Rid' SIYCCI I lXl.u.vlN XV.wx'm . . Coburn. Pil- in First Ro-lc' 11 K11- XX xx HRH H1 ...... , XVest Va. 1901 Crescent Road Bun NIIIEIIIN ....... Nash, Okla. lxtlt XVEXSE ....... Memphis, Tenn. 3801 Longfellow Street PRIC XVEHRLI .... . . - .Flint, Mich. 638 West Baltimore Street DOROTHX VVELLS ........ Geneva, Ind. TAMES XVELLS . ....... Ashland, Ky. 2839 13th Street Second Row MARI JANF VVEIIS . . . . . .Tecumseh, Mich. 512 West Logan SABINA WHEELER ..... Lewisburg, West Va. Box 306 ANNA VVHITHEAD . . . . . . Chattanooga, Tenn. 804 Kyle Street LOIS VVIALT - . . .' . Charleston, West Va. 941 Hazelwood Avenue VIACRIE WILRES ..... Daytona Beach, Fla. Box 1788 DARLEXE WILKINSON . . . . . .New Castle, Ind. 1920 Broad Street Third Row CHARLES VVILLIAMS ....... Pine Hill, Ala. JACK VVILLIAMS ..... New Bethlehem, Pa. 725 East Penn Street THE SOPHO ORE CLASS JEANNE WILLIAMS . - . . . . .Duryea, Pa. 509 Marcy Street NANCY WILLIAMS . . . . . . Washington, D. C. 493 5 Albemarle Street, N .W. FRANCES WILLIAMSON . . . Bremen, Ga PEGGY WOODFIELD . . Galesville, Md. Fourth Row JOHN WRIsToN . . . ..... Friendsville, Md LUCILLE WYNN . .... - . . Plant City, Fla. 306 Ferrell Street CHARLES YATES . . ..... Harrodsburg, Ky 526 Main Street WANDA YOUNGS .......... Anna, Ill 334 South Main Street P - - - r . .- .- RN 'SXSW 'QS Sffkxs? R, bam PERRY TANKSLEY, PHIL TOWNLLY MARIETTA EMMONS, SHIRLTX bm X11 PERRY TANKSLEY . SHIRLEY SMALL .. MARIETTA EMMONS PHIL TOWNLEY . . . PEGGY JEAN BROWN PAULINE ODELL . . . OFFICERS . . . .President SID STOCK .................,... . .Treasurer . . . . .Vice-President MARY SHAEFER . .Student Faculty Representative . . . .Chaplain BOB SHIRER. . . . . .Stucient Faculty Representative . . . .Chaplain PAT CALE . . .. ..... . , . .A. S. F. Representative . . .Secretary LEE JAMISON . . . ..... A. S. F. Representative . . . . . . . .. . .Treasurer FAY BROWN . . . . . . . . . . .Athletic Manager JOHN TO'MPKINS . . . ..... Athletic Manager FRESHMAN CABI ET First Rofw HOWARD ACTION .............. Box 1060, Lewiston, Mont. GRACE AITKEN ...... 100 First St., Colver, Pa. DORIS AKERS ......... ...757 Lorraine St., Jackson, Miss. GERALD ALEXANDER .. ............... Marble Hill, Mo. DORIS ALLISON ..... ..... R outc 2, Columbus, Ind. EARL ALLISON ........ ..,. R oute 2, Washington, Ind. PHOEBE F. ALLISON ....... Route 2, Washington, Ind. Second Rofw . LAVINE AMOS . .... ............. ..... W i nesburg, Ohio JESSUP ANDREWS ....... Roe, Ark. Have you paid your radiator fee? BEATRICE APPLEGARTI-I .............. Route 2, Cadiz, Ohio ALLEN ARNER ........ 1812 Ohio Ave., N.E., Canton 5, O MARY LYNN ARNOLD .... 307 Fifth St., West Parsons, Tenn MARY ATKINS ............ 408 Matamoros St., Laredo, ELLEN ATKINSON .... 1 Hawkins Pt. Rd., Curtis Bay 26, Third Rofw PAUL AUGHINBAUGH .... 710 East North St., Tampa, GERALDINE BAILES ................ -..Mt. Nebo, W. FRANK ARNOLD . . .1319 N. 20th St., Richmond 23 MOSES BALDWIN ............... Route 3, Ozark, ELOISE BARNI-IART ...... 1811 20th St., Parkersburg, XV WILLIE BARR, JR. .... 1107 Jackson Ave., Huntington, YV. Tex Md Fla Va Va Ala Va Va NORA BARTH ..... 1413 Nashville Road, Lansing, Ohio Fourtlz Row WILMA BATES ...... 510 Jenkins Ave., North Charleston, S. C EUGENE BELL .......... 317 Nlorcno Court, Pensacola. Fla GORDON BENNETT ...... Kennedy Road, Lowellvillc, Ohh HELEN BENNETT .... ...,. B ox 725, Mt. Hope, XV VR EARL BISHOP .... RUTH BIVANS .. ...,Routc 1, Box 66. Amelia, Ohii M210 Norrh Yukon Sr., Tulsa, Okla ROBERT BIAEDSOIE .. ...llnrlrc 3, Rox IOQ, Plant Ury. HA 7 ll! L bil ik .1 uni jg! ,535 rl" ull' D' 5. nv" ull" nv' C l P ,f Firxf Kofw DONALD BOODY ........ 70 jackson Ave., Gihbstown, N. J. HERBERT BOXVDOIN ......,,..,..... Box 42, Dover, Fla. XY'll,lNlA BOYER ...... 1102 Xvest Jackson St., Kokomo, Ind. TED BRANTINGHAM .............. Route 2, Salem, Ohio FLOYD BRAUN ..., 2212 North Michigan Ave., Saginaw, Mich. EYELYN BRITT ...................... Olmsted, Ill. FAY BROXVN .. ...83 Pleasant St., Marblehead, Mass. Svcozzd Row LORANE BROWN .......... 908 Penmar Ave., Roanoke, Va. PEGGY BROWN ............ 640 Elmwood Drive, Atlanta, Ga. BETTY SUE BROWNING .................... Jackson, Ga. PAUL BRUCE ............ 1001 Lafayette Ave., Coliric, Ind. C. BRUNDIGE ........ 9 South Union St., Cambridge, N, Y. RICHARD BRUNK .... 4377 Eastern Ave., Cincinnati 26, Ohio CHARLOTTE BUCKLER ...... 111 College St., Wilmore, Ky. Third Rolw EUGENE BURRY . . . ..... Route One, Geneva, Ind. CHESTER BUSSA ..... ,....... B ox 66, Friendship, Ohio RAYMOND BUTLER ........ 36 Highland Ave., Poland, Ohio MILDRED BYRD . . . ......... Route 5, Centralia, Ill. ORRIS BYRUM . . . ......... Route 2, Altoona, Ala. PATRICIA CALE ..... .... 3 1 Union St., Uniontown, Pa. CLAUDE CAMPBELL . . .................. Accomac, Va. THE FRESHBLAN JAMES CAMPBELL MAX CAMPBELL .... FELDA CARNES . RETA CARPER .. VELMA CARPER BETTYE CARTER CLASS Fourth Rofw 121 W. Patterson Ave., Columbus 2, Ohio ...,....................Quinlan, Olcla. ....20'0 E. Morrison St., Wilmore, Ky. ....Bettsville, Ohio .......................Bettsville, Ohio .703 West Burgess St., Mt. Vernon, Ohio RONALD CHAPMAN .,,..... 1425 Helm St., Henderson, Ky. Fifth Row HAROLD CHATTIN ............ Route 2, Washington, Ind. MAN SHEUNG CHENG ...... 115 Wateloo Rd., Kowloantong, Hanglcang, China NADINE CHILTON .... ..... R cute One, Reidsville, N. C. RONALD CHITESTER .......... Route Two, Brookville, Pa. JACK CHRISTIAN ..6015 Yosemite Drive, Cincinnati 12, Ohio ROBERT CHRISTOPHERSON ................ Ponca, Neb. PAUL CHUNG .............. 311 7 Sajic Dong, Seoul, Korea ' First Row MARJORIE CLEAVES ............ Route 2, Newton Falls, Ohio MARY CLOER .......... 825 E. Liberty St., Salisbury, N. C. DONALD COLBURN ................ Q .... Willamina, Oregon ALICE COLLINS .... 1047 S. McDonough St., Montgomery, Ala. GLENN COLLIVER .............,.... Route 1, Mason, Ohio GALE COOK ................ 108 Myrtle Ave., Warren, Pa. XYILMA COOPER .334 N. Remmington Rd., Columbus 9, Ohio Second Rofw A MARY CORNATZER ......... 779' Palatlca Rd., Louisville, Ky. JAMES COUCHMAN .... 806 Philadelphia St., Covington, Ky. Big Sisters come in handy CHARLES COVINGTON .................. Queenstown, Md. ROBERT CREECI-I .......... 1630 Pell Rd., Dayton 10, Ohio EMILY CRISVVELL ...... ....... B ox 71, Middlesboro, Ky. JOSEPHINE CRISXVELL . . . .... Route 1, Cynthiana, Ky. PATRICIA CROWSON . . . .... Box 184, Gary, W. Va. , Third Row RICHARD DAVIS .................... Lake Landing, N. C. CHARLES DEAN .... . . .104 Walnut Ave.. Wilmore. KY. CLEO DEHOFF ..... ...... . Route 1, Canfield, Ohio WAYNE DICKSON ..... ...... .... V e mon, Colo. CHARLOI TE DILLON ........... Ponca, Nebraska EVANGEI INE DINNING .. .... Route 3, Gleason, Tenn. VIRGILENE DONALDSON ., . ..... Monroe City, Ind. Fourth Rofw CAROLYN DORN ........... ........ P elion. S. C. DALE DOVERSPIKE .. ................ Box 42, Salix, Pa. CHARLES DREBING ...... 3426 Dudley Ave.. Baltimore, Md. DORINE DURHAM .................. Route 5. Tipton, Ind. JAMES EARIE ........ 1961 South Broad St., Trenton. N- DORIS ECKLEBERRY .......... 214 Grant St., Newell, NV. VR- XVILLIAM EDDY .. .... 534 37th St., Oakland, Calif. 5'- 1 S if 0,1 I nl dl 1 gl fl gf!! IK 5 IMI K' if 'E :il ...Ib uni ani .ow will ,bi ,3- ,n nv' 0" v. ,u D o P, vo ' s af' .dv ' I , P I"il'.vf Rn-'IL' IWN IfI1XY.oXIII1S .. ,, III-'RI IN I5DXY'.-XRINS ,, XVII M.-X IQDXYARDS . . .-XRDYTHE EKDAHI. ,. DONALD FI,XY'EI.I, . . AIO.-XN ELXYYN .... ,IFRI5 ISDXYARDS .. . . ., .Route I, New Burlington, Ohio HE A - - 4 - - r - r .BOX 137, Greensboro, Fla. . . . .301 College Sr., Fort Valley, Ga. ...........Route 3, Galatin, 111. F R E ..,,...........Route 2, Aurora, Ill. . .146 Bradford St., Bennington, Vt. .............Route I,Halfway, Mo. A S S Svvond Rofw IVIARIETTA EIVIIWONS ...... 424 Eastwood St., Lancaster, Ohio Fowl!! R04-w EDNAA ENTRICAN '..... .'.-.'A...'.--' C Oral Ridge' Ky. HENRY FORD .... .... 1 132 Thomason Ave., Tharrant, Ala. MARY ANN ERICSON .,................,. Wrofoii, Ind. JAMES EOULKE5 ---A --'-- 1 541 Oakland Parkway, Lima Ohio RICHARD Escorr ...... Rexall Road, wrrgirrorowrr, New Jersey EUGENE ERAZER "" 1020 18th Ave-I Colummbusr Ohio PAUL EUBANKS .".' 511 Jackson St., Decatur, Ala. IRVAN FREDRICKS ............ Rr. 1, Ballston, New York LARRY EVANS ......,'..h..,,.. Key Fork! Va. RICHARD FULLER ..611 North Uhrich sr., Uhrichsville, Ohio BETTY JO PENN ...' Box 333, Clayton, Ala- ELIZABETH GAMBLE ...... 2819 Broad St., Cleveland, Tenn. CAROL GARDNER .....,............ Rt. 2, Naperville, Ill. Third Rofw Fifth Rofw LOUISE FIELDS ........ 1014 Highland Ave., Avon Park, Fla. PAUL GARDNER .......................... Woi'thville, Ky. MARGUERITE FINE ...... 110 Overlook Ave., Trenton, N. J. ROBERT GARRETT . ..1704 North Bond St., Saginaw, Mich. CHARLES FINNEY .................... Kingman, Ind. LANGDON OARRISON ........ 182 Main St., Prichard, Ala. LOIVIAN FISH ..... ........... R t. 1, Sherrodsville, Ohio MARGARET GERNER ..314 Vanneman Ave., Swedeslnoro, N. ROYAL FISHBECK .... 2146 Broadway, Schenectady 6, N. Y. MARIORIE GIBSON ...... 4112 Woburn St., Cleveland, Ohio DONALD FISHER .. ....... Rt. 1, Stanley, North Carolina VUILLIAIVI GIBSON ........ 326 Fulton St., Je-fIersonvilIe, Ind. PATRICIA FOOSE .. ............. Rt. 4, York, Pa. BILLY GLOVER ...110 East College St., Wilmoie, Ky. i 1 1, l f if if li' 9' gil P l :lr First Rofw l 1 ALICE GOLDEN . . . ............. Box 193, Irondale, Ohio l. JAMES GOOD . . . . . . . .Sterling, Nebraska BILLY GRABEEL . . . .... Ava, Missouri GLORIA GRAF . .. ....... Georgetown, Fla. ROSE GRAF ....... .................. G eorgetown, Fla. 5. ' LELAND GRAHAM .. ..... Route 1, New Burlington, Ohio I SAMUEL GRIMES . . .... 275 Southern Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio ii .I Second Rofw THEODORE GROUT .......... 2400 Texas St., El Paso, Texas , ALAN HEARING ..., .... ' 1226 Judson St., Evansville, Ind. 5 x Freshmen Reception ! - 1 CHRISTINE HAHN .. WARREN HAIR .. BRUCE HALL .... ..... 4 00 Gano Ave.. Georgetown, Ky DONALD HALL ......., 26 Wlezt Prospect St.. Nlansfield, Ky ELIZABETH HANBERRY . . . .junction City, Ky . Ky .................Hustonville, .9-4l5 Harrison St., DeQuincy, La. Tllirrl Roma' HAROLD HANKINS .... EMMA LOU HANSON VERNA BARBISON PAUL HASLETT ........ ELEANOR HEIL ...... 320 VIRGINIA HEINMILLER . EDXVIN HELM .......... ...Rt. 4. Vevay, Ind- ... .. ....,... . .Hustonville. Ky. . .4021 Sophia St.. Xvayne. MiCh- ....33S Alvin Place. Akron, Ohio East Blain St.. Nlount Vernon, Ill. .Fargo, Mith- . . . . .Kimmell. Ind- 7 l'An11r!.1 Ro-za' HDXVARD HHNNIZ . RI. NU, 5, Brix 000, Pensacola. Fla. lzomeR'1'.fx Hlcscalws .........,.,..,..... Rr. 4, Www- lnd- l3li'l"l'Y Alli.-KN HOOD ..ll3 lim l,ouisi.1n.x St., Knoxville. Twil- 1voNAl,n Hoxxmxleiv ......,...,...... omg- Hill, Rv. lffxlzlilswis Howl-7 ,. ...limo Davis sr., lansing. Nich- ,rxlicile Him-iris ..r...,,........ Rr, 1, ixlmrm, Ky. ICIUISIE 1-iluzillfs . ...wi N.-.ni im. .-xv.-,, P .-ii Maia, Fla. F l 4 sushi' in-thi ptfi 1 ..-- ci' is li 1. if f' Firsf Row LOLHSF HUGHES -3:01 North llth Ave., Pensacola, Fla. EDXYARD H1'NT1iR ,,.. 1667 Good Hope Rd., Southeast, Xvashington, D.C. wi1,1,1.A.ixi HUSON .. ...mo oar sf., Jersey city, N. J. DONALD IRXVIN .......4..... Rt. 1, Cozaddale, Ohio JOHN' IRXVIN .....,.. 445 South Terrace, Columbus 4, Ohio BETTYE SCREXYS .. ,..... 151 Park Blvd, Huntsville, Ala. ALICE JAMES .... ................... W ilmore, Ky. Svcomi Row EVELYN XVEBB JAMISON ..1707 Orange Ave., Roanoke, Va. LEE ROY JAMISON ...... 1707 Orange Ave., Roanoke, Va. JEAN JEFFERS ........ 211 Spring St., Charleston 2, West Va. DOUGLAS JEFFREY ........ 4482 4th St., Riverside, Calif. METTAXVEE JOBE ........ Rt. 3, Box 32, Greesboro, N. C. BETTY JO JOHNSON . .1818 Bigley Ave., Charleston, West Va. CALVIN JOHNSON .................. Box 15, Pound, Va. Third Rofw HYRTLE JOHNSON ............ Rt. 4, Box 83, Kent, Ohio PAUL JOHNSON .... 2724 South High St., Columbus, Ohio VELMA JOHNSON .... 406 North Emma St., Christopher, I11. GENE JONES ..... .. .203 North Maple St., Wilmore, Ky. JOAN JONES ........,. 203 North Maple St., Wilmore, Ky. VERNON JONES ............ Rt. 3, Box 131, Plant City, Fla. EDXVARD JUSTUS . . . ..... High St., Frankfort, Ohio THE FRE HMAN CLASS Fourth Rofw RICHARD KARPAL .................... Breckenridge, IV1ich. PAULINE KARR ...... .... B ox 54, Corbin, Ky. WANDA KARR ........................ Box 54, Corbin, Ky. PATRICIA KAUFFMAN 4724 13th Ave., S. Minneapoils, Minn. LEON KEMPER ........ 212 West College St., Canonsburg, Pa. RUTH KENRICK. . .. .... 48 North Adams St., Lockport, N. Y. HARRY KIDD .... ............... R t. 1, Springfield, Va. Fifth Rofw MARY JANE KIEFHABER. . .187 Rathbone Rd., Columbus, Ohio MYRNA KINCAID ........ .................. L ouisville, Ill. CLIFFORD KING... .......... Heston, Kans. JEAN KING .... .... D ividing Creek, N. JESSE KING ............... .... .... R t . 2, Ford City, Pa. CHARLES KLOSTERMAN .............. Mineral Point, Vifis. KENNETH KOLVA ............ 459 North 2nd St., Lykens, Pa. . ' , it 1'4s-g.-i::-,:-.,i-.gfafi1 ' 'f . . . f- . .... . ., 3 il g Q'3,2??jf if I 1-' Aff W ZZ ffy 7 X 1 , ., , K -4 , 4 f ,V ill., M 4 1 I ff rw, Z 3 c 33: , g, 2515.2 rf' . rfzfi- W 5 ,A,, ' f--'-- ., I M ff, W W, . nw! f.. f g 1 . ff First Rofw GAZELLE KRENTZ ................ .......... O phelia, Va. JULIA ANN KUHN .................... West Lucasville, Ohio CAROLINE LACEY ...... 303 West Howard, Crotchersville, Ind. LEON LACOAX .... EUGENE LAMB .... MARY LAURITSEN LEONARD LAW. . . . ....................... Louisville, III. .. ...... 1235 Elinore, Dunsmuir, Calif. .. . . . . . . l9'18 Russell Ave., Cheyenne, Wyo. - ..... 625 Euclide Ave., Mobile, Ala. Second Rofw ROGER LEACH .... ......................... L ifchaeld, ohio EDNA LEE .... ....Rt. 3, Walnut Ridge, Ark, Forty-niners in reverse ROBERT LEFFEL, JR.. . . . . . . .1341 Earl Ave., Louisville, Ky. DOROTHY LEONARD ....... 1425 Rugby Blvd., Roanoke, Va. EARNEST LEWIS .... . . . . .41 East Ave., Bridgeton, N. HOWARD LEXVIS ........... 939 Florence Ave., Louisville, Ky. JANET LEWIS ...... 4004 Ardmore Rd.. Cleveland Heights, Ohio Iillffrli Row ELIA LILEY ..... ..................... G atesvrlle, N. C- DAVID LONG .... ............Rt. 2, Greentown. Ind- .IAMES LONG .............. 620 Coburn Ave.. XVOFII-Indy XVY0' EUGENE McCORIVIACK ........ Rt. 3. Box 232, I-IarrisbUl'S- IH- IRENE MCCORMICK .... ......... Rt. 2, Kent, Ohi0 JAMES MCDONALD... ....... .... R t. 1. Geneva, Ala- EDNA IVICEADDIN ..... .... N orth Nlain St., Flinklill- KY- Fourfh Row GLADYS MCGAI-IEE ............... ...RL 1. Am-la, Ga- GAIL IVICQUEEN. . . JOYCE MADDY XVAIIACIS MAISH. . . ROBERT IXfIAR'I'IN .... CAROLINE INIAYES .... ...............M:xgnoIia, Ohio 318 Temple, Hinton, YV. Va. ISIS North Portland, Kokomo, Ind. Possum Point Farm, Centreville, Md- Friendship, Tenn. MARVIN INIAYGAIQDIN. 1015 XV, Gadsden St., Pensacola, F13- fi .f " I , ,. 4' f, J rn 4.4 15' an H' if 'I ,gi 3,44 Lp. gd pf! gil gs! Ml K ml T' 'VS 'Oo get N v'n P f fl First Row THE JANE lNll5l'1fGl5R. .. ..,...,........ Rt. I, Loveland, Ohio EYEI YN' lNllL'Hlfl... . N133 North Conde St., Tipton, Ind. LEROY lNllKElS ...,......., ............. P ageton, W. Va. P I THOlNlAS IRENE lXlll.AlNl ..... ............ 'I 'oshen, Va. R E S H A EYELYN Mll.EY ............ ........ R t. 4. Cynthiana, Ky. GLADYS lNllNTER. .. . M1341 Earl Ave., Louisville, Ky. NIILDRED lNlOIR .... ......... A ndover, South Dalc. C L A S S Second Rofw JACQUELINE NIORGAN ...... 5 Williams St., Ridgeley, W. Va. LEE MORGAN .............. 3029 Burnette St., Vallejo, Calif. SHIRLEY MORGAN ..... ......... R t. 1, Connersville, Ind. PAUL MOUNTS ..... ....... 4 O1 Burdette St., Henderson, Ky. HOXVARD MUNTZ ...... 546 N. Legion Drive, Buffalo, N, Y. CLIFFORD MURPHY .............. Rt. 2, Nicholasville, Ky. FAE NIUSGRAVE .... .... R t. 2, Bloomingdale, Ohio Third Rofw JANET NESTLERODE ...... 924 Russelwood, McKees Rocks, Pa. HUGH NICHOLS ........ 204 Richmond Ave., Nicholasville, Ky. JANE NEIBEL ........................ Rt. 3, Napoleon, Ohio MARGARET NIGHTINGALE ................ Salineville, Ohio GWENDOLYN NUTTER. . .50 Chamberlin St., Delaware, Ohio PAULINE OIDELL ....... ........ B ristol Hotel, Miami, Fla. ROBERT OVERMIER. .. .... Rt. 1, Upper Sandusky, Ohio JOHN OZLEY ....... JOHN PAPPAS ...... Fourth Rofw Mills, Ala. 204 Gillispie, Wilmore, Ky. MARGARET PARKER. .. 197 Rockwell Ave., Long Branch, N. J. WILLIAM PARKER. . ALLAN PARRISH .... WILMA PELFREY. . . JOHN PERDUE .... VIRGINIA PETERS. . DAVID PETERSON ...................... ...............4545 Drexel, Chicago, Ill. . . . .30 East Main St., Shelbyville, Ky. .Olive Hill, Ky. ...Penhook, Va. Fifth Rofw ..865V2 W. 43rd St., Los Angeles, Calif. .Rt., Jonesboro, Ind. ERNEST PHILLIPS ..... .... 1 728 Ave. O, Galveston, Texas FLORENCE PHILLIPS .... .... 1 728 Ave. O, Galveston, Texas FORD PHILPOT ...... .............. M anchester, Ky. CHARLES PINKSTON .... .... R t. 2, Corydaon, Ky. GEORGE POPE ......... . . . ..... Harlan, Ky. --..- -, K i',:esf:m 225111 :-2 ,g,.:.'i, - .3 1 eagsfxf.-r P. :ixs-iitklfi-: 7' ture:-:sz-iw:-:Z-.-..-.V-.1 :fr f sas wow'- ,:5. I I ,-.,.,-,3.e,3g,3g,g I eg:-1 'axis Rss Zigybvf-ri.1+,g:i I' . Ly: ' ' Q vi" -' 53? ' , ' ,QI -Qif'i5.f':-?i'j? sir- --s' f 5 2 ::. .1N ff,'i.,,,tt"- ' . "'fi: 2.f:-fx zfzriif , i .,... .'.'. er -' ' X iifivsil 'T . . . -- f -:qi-1:':.f 1 ' ' ,5,.,..,, ,g,a.sg.s,z:g.g ., . I ,ig . ' V -55:5 ' ' - ' Q-' Q5 -:I 1' - I il reset, 7 ' e"RRiRs Q P X R I M Ni ax we A M X 5 .SN "" Q- vie Sr X.. T . I . W xii S gif '-e s RX: XXX xx L SSX, Smale N X-15 sgifivi' Q A 'xiiimxwii gwgqr 3:53, Six? a N5 xg ' 4 QQ ta tx e ' XG Ks X 2-QR X .3 . EX . 3 . N X 6 5 xv y A X t W Q eg If N2 N S 3' gg? tx K X t X , x 4- X X WN QS N x N Q t X we NR W? xx X XXX ska. QA., ...Ns N ew Q if ang.,-g.gi':g.--1: -f , X 5 b X sg . X ,, s i t X 5 Q- it t I f.. RS he l 14 First Rofw DONALD POTTS .... 417 West Graisbury Ave., Audubon, N. J. FLOYD POWELL ............ 424 West 35th St., Norfolk, Va. MARIE PUNTNEY .... 407 North Lexington Ave., Wilmore, Ky. MARGARET RANDERSON ..... 2003 Sabine St., Austin, Texas MARY RANDERSON .......... 2003 Sabine St., Austin, Texas DORIS RAUB ..........,. 2416 Nameoki Rd., Granite City, Ill. RUTH Rl-IOADS. .Q. ................... corona, s. Dar. 1 Second Rofw BETTY RHORER ......... 20.4 South Walnut St., Wilmore, Ky. CAROLINE RIEL .... ..... 8 Gedney Was, Newburgh, N, Y. Everybody rides but us! . BRAXELL ROBERTS. .. . . .25 Marston, Alabama City, Ala. ELOISE ROBERTS... ..... .... .... B e thlehem, Ky. BARBARA ROU ...... ................... R eddick, Fla. ANNETTE RUPERT .. ...Rr. 4, Box 3, Steubenville, Ohio CATHERN RUSSELL .... ....... 1 f ...... Bay Horse, Mont. Third Row MARY SCHAEFFER ............ Rt, 6, McMin.nville, Tenn. GLORIA SEALE .... ...205 6th St., Ravenna, Ky. RUTH SEIFERT .................. Rt. 2, Mount Vernon, Ind. ANN SHANEBECK ...... 1215 Maxine Drive, Fort Nvayne, Ind. EVELYN SI-IELTON ...... Rt. 3, Box 532, Greensboro, N. C- PHYLLIS Sl-IIPLEY ................... Rt. 5, Jonesboro, Tenn. ROBERT SHIRER. H4527 North Henderson Rd., Arlington, Va. Fourth Rofw MILDRED SHULL .... ...215 Bellevue St., Wfilmore, KY- RODA SHULL ...... ................ P ower. XV. V3- PAUL SICKLER .............. 4632 Viro Rd., LaCanada, Calif. LILLIAN SIEVERTSON. 22469 Fairmont Blvd., Shaker Hts.. Ohio HELEN SIMMONS ..... ..... ...... I 'S looxningdale. OMG ALICE SIMPSON ....................... Rr. 1, Orleans. Ind- EDXVARD SITHENS .... N00 East Sassafras St., Millvillc. N- III I I.-NN SINIITI-I ..:Xpt, -ISS, 45? Bit-dmnn Ave., Camden, N, bl. pi. 5'--' sur ,. .-nf , . ,..-If :fu uv' Q 9. f :F Z 4 ,n 't ' l , 0 n . A' Q HI-'I I5N SKI-'IfN SHIRI I5Y SINI.-XI I lfirwf Rn-xt' Box 78, Kenna, XV. Vai. 'SIS Hcxniaumui, Saginaw, Mich. i'uififN sixifuii-x' . ., . bs lim- Av.-., N.-prime City, N, J, 4 l RICH.-XRD SINIITH . XY'-XNDA SINIITH. .. C.-XRI, SPIYEY .... PRESTON SPRLIIELI. THOINI.-XS STEELE ,,.. HANLON STOCK .... HELEN STRAKA .,.., LIVINA STRING. . . PERRY TANKSLEY. GORDON TATMAN I3-llg South Arch, Alliance, Ohio . ,...,.............,.,.,.. Loyall, Ky. 'Ill North Davis St., Pensacola, Fla. Srmmf Row Box 105, Pell City, Ala. Rt. 1, Falmouth, Ky. ...922 Logan Ave., Toronto, Ohio ...2410 South 58th Ave., Cicero, Ill. 1, Mario.n, Ohio . . . .1576 Capital St., Jackson, Miss. 1,Dover,Ky, Third Row PAUL TERRY ......,................. Box 81, Lancaster, Ohio JOSEPH THACKER...15C3B Crescent Rd., Charleston, W. Va. JACK THEODORE ................ Carson St., Hopedale, Ohio XVILLIAM THIELKING.1l6 XV. Deliah Rd., Pleasantville, N. BETTY THOMA .................... Rt. 6, Muskegan, Mich. ANGIE THOMAS .... .... M ain St., Wilmore, Ky. MERLE THOMAS .... ............ C lay City, Ill. PAUL THOMAS .... PEARL THOMPSON POLLY THOMPSON HELEN THURSTON ..... ARLENE TICE ...... THE ESHIIAN CLASS Fourth Rofw ..........Box 695, Falls Creek, Pa. ........,.Gi'mlet, Ky. Rt. 2, Box 6, Plant City, Fla. .5132 Oliver St.. Minneapolis, Minn. 1609 Park Ave., East Liverpool SHERWOOD TIDMAN ......... 863 Cherokee St., Atlanta, Ga. JOHN TOMPKINS ...... 205 East Gordon Ave., Roclcsville, Ga. Fifth Rofw PHILLIP TOVVNLEY ........... 2021 Hanchett, Saginaw, Mich. MARIE TYLER ................. 422 Nlain St., Oneida, N. Y. WILDA VAN LANDINGHAM .............. Monteagle, Tenn. KENNETH VETTERS ......... ...Rt. 1, Greenfield, Incl. KELLY VICE .......... ................... H illsboro, Ky. ANN WAGES... ..... 3767 East Tulare, Fresno, Calif. IVIACUS WALL .... .. .206 South Walnut St., Wilmore, Ky. I . -i ai '- gm L. X " Qs ,A it . ,5 "-s' ..,. .'!':J'7:f ,' ..f71I.6'L5Z3':5.:v4i7'.5?'i5 V V TV' P -I ' ,. I- 'ls' I l .. . ,V .1155 :pp af ,.,Q1.2f.a.:, -I 1 f , ., 3-.1 I ,. ',1 I re A I ' ef f I , ,. , . ,, .- ' ,-4.5.:.5.,.:.,.,.:.7,y I. ,Q ,.-,' J, 'l'f2.' 7 :ffjfi .f ' 'fi :f . ', A. ,. -if Z favs-vs: ,' , -,:i:f.' 'f f, . I A I X A A. , F Q It t cf X s , ff V ,Q , 7 N bv 3 4 Q .l we QQ I I T 'T gs, I f Q F. fl' Q ' " ' 9 , Q . we x mmf W X gig, X 1 Ns it . gg it Q ' First Row JOE WALLACE ...... ............. A Box 5, Faringron, N, J. IMOGENE WALTZ ......... 41944 20th St., Santa Monica, Calif. LELTON WARD ...... 1709 Mitchell Ave., Chattanooga, Tenn. JUNE WARNTZ ................................ Coburn, Pa. MARIORIE WATKINS .... .......... M ontovia, Md. WILLARD WATSON ................. Rt. 1, Newbern, Tenn. CORILE WAYBRIGHT. .1902 Crescent Rd., Charleston, W. Va. Second Rofw RUTH WEHR ............. 563 Harrison Ave., Hamilton, Ohio RICHARD WEHRLI ..... 638 West Baltimore St., Flint 5, Nlich. Say goodnight now! DAVID WEINERT .... ................ P resron, Nebr. ROSEMARY WEIR... .... zss East Esril, scmsbufg, Ina. VELMA WEISMILLER .... ........... R f. 2, Dewitt, Mich. RONALD WELLS ..... .. .316 Acacia St., Altaclena, Calif. JOHN WESTFALL .... ....... ....... P 0 ca, W. va. Third Rofw BETTY WHEELER ......... MECM Tunda Congo Beige, Africa WILLIAM WIEMEYER ..... 1815 XVest 11th St., Anniston, Ala. MAE WIGGINS ................. 310 9th EPI-I, Pensacola, Fla. DOROTHY WILLIAMSONA053 21st Ave., S, Minneapolis, Minn. LOWELL WILLIAMSON ................ Rt. 1, Amanda, Ohio WANDA WILSON ...... 135 South Xvater St., Coshocton, Ohio ROBERT WITBECK ......... 3020 Minerva St., Ferndale, Mich. Fourth Rofw CHARLES WITTENBRAKER. .1120 S. 3rd Sr., Dafamie, NVY0- .Louisville. Ill- BARBARA WOOD .... . ....................... MARGARET NVOOD ..... ...... Lo uisville, Ill. HAYBERT NVOODALL .... .... N Vvaverville, N. C. SHIRLEY XVOODFIELD .... .... G alcsvillc. Nd. BETTY XVRIGHT ...... ...................... l .orhian. Md. NATHALIE XVRIGHT .... 2408 lst Sr., Moundsvillv, NV. VR- THE FRESHMAN CLASS OWEN WRIGHT LLOYD WYATT. GENEVA YORK. LENA YOUNG.. MILDRED Y ZUCH .... . . . . .. . . .901 Catalpa Ave., Lima, Ohio 1800 North Morrison, Kokomo, lnd. . . . . . .Lake Odessa, Mich. . . . . . . . . .Kinde, Mich. . . . . .Rt. 1, Negley, Ohio N o Picture KARL CROWE JOYCE GAGE EDWARD W. HALL SAMUEL JEFFCOAT BRAXTON McCULLAR JAMES T. TOMPKINS H omesick! Y 1 . 1 I Rott' Um' l5UR0l'llX l.1xI1I-iR ..4... l'il'Cllt'l'lk'lil0NVll, Ohio U lloutc L J I-f.xNNIf l.l'l'll'fN ......... Ludlow, Ky. 435 l-ligllway Ave. l5ONN.X Alli.-KN Lowi-' J .-Xbll-iS lNlt'CONNIs1.I, lQSl'llliR lXlll.LlER . MRS. J EAN lXlURPllY l'iNGl,lSll O'liANl0N ROY OSHCRN . . . . . .XVeileI'sville, Ohio Box 46 . . . . Mingo Junction, Ohio R.D. l . . Wlichita, Kan. 10 N. Ash St. . . . . . . .Detroit 3,MlCl1. 49 Louisiana . . . . . .MOrgantOwn, Ky. Ro-It' T-zc'o . . . . . .COlumbus, Ohio lJORO'l'llY SHARP . . . .Wilmore, Ky. NIARK S1IUr:ART, JR ..... .MzIrion, Ind. Route 3 DONALII Sll1lGlil.MAN ....... Louisville, Ky. 419 Belgravia Ct. hrVll.l.ARI7 SIRMAN ...... . Camden, N. J. 546 Bailey St. MRS. Ll3'l'HA SMITH ...... Indianapolis, Ind. 42714 N, Lansing St. Row Four MARJORIE SIVIITH ........ Detroit, Mich. 3969 Nlaybury Grand CELIA SOTO .......... Ysleta, Texas Route l, Box L MARY STRICIQLANO ....... California, Md. 2536 M01-se Rd. RALPH FIQAYLOR . . . . . . . La Bell, Fla. DANELLE PAUL . ...... Orange Lake, Fla. H BOX 31 , Box 124 EVA IHOMAS . . .... . . Wilmore, Ky. RUTH PIERINGER ....... Bergenfield, N. J. ROW 1 , 88 N. Wfilliam Sf. EVELYN THURMAN . . . A .... Franklin, Ky. JAMES PITVTMAN ....... Charleston, VV. Va. 314 MCG00dWm Ave- 28o6 Chesterfield Ave. BEULAII VVILLIAMS ...... . Ludlow, Ky. JO PLATT . . .... .... P lant Cty, Fla. 322 Popular Sf- JEAN POSEY . . 313.6 Rosglyn. Abe.. Ind1aI1apOlIs, Ind. i v Row Five . . MRS. LEONA RASMUSSEN 1 i . I Wilmore, Ky. EVELIN NVINSLOW . .R. .2. Elizabeth City, N. C. 103 B hl St. Om et e MILDREO WISEMAN ....... Davenport, lowa Row Three 2710 Middle Rd. MAXINE ROBBINS . ...... Jamestown, N. C. JOHN UNDERWOOD ......... Wolf, Ky. Route 1, Box 84 ALICE SCOTT ........ .Kinsman Ohio EARL VAUGHN ........ Mt. Vernon Ill. y 7 Route 2 1708 South 13th St. No Pictures BETTY SUE ANIBAL PAUL PULLEN CLEMONS SHULL VVAYMAN CHAMPNEY ALBERT SAVAGE NEVA SKINNER MRS. VIRGINIA LAW MARTIN SEITZ EVERETI' W7RIGH1' 1 MRS. VIRGINIA PHILPOT ROBERT ULMER KA'I'PlLEEN CRENSHAW DOROTHY SCOTT VVALLACE STANLEY L '5iii5?ff if H wi . I : :Q q , l H I S I2 ' g N .. i Q ' 1 I V I 963 I 1 sg! I' N I a l W L N N F w 2 r 1 F L. Q, k P, R, V. E In response to the Great Commission, "Go Ye Into All The World," Asburians have accepted this year the challenge of a world vision through daily prayer and through mes- sages of returned missionaries. In the program directed by the Student Volunteer Union missionary emphasis was highlighted by the Annual Conference held in November. Pre- ceding this event students pledged 57,000 for foreign missions. As a result of the mis- sion program many s.tudents now are preparing for service around the world. The cabi- net includes Bob Hess, Lois Henry, Walter Reitz, Virginia Wehr, Wilma Farner, Karl Wright, Thelma Hardesty, Edith Young, and Dr. Hamann, adviser. iHome-mission responsibility is ably carried by the Mountain Missionary Society which supports the work in the Kentucky Mountains. Miss Lela McConnell, president of the mountain work, visits the campus annually and from this institution draws many workers. Officers of the society are Albert Bruce, Floyd Comte, Margaret Todd, Herman Boyette, Lois Henry, Robert Pugh and Professor Wiley, adviser. Student Volunteers A 122 . xg Mountai1z Missionary . .5H1v-1-,,- , ,, -5 , - 1 111 - . " 4 K "gg-5 9' -' - - - f - A ' - -f f...4-.gr1'ps2,-ulfofw.--q15?!f2. ' ,"--f'g.,..i:!.f'N's" E"y'i.Lf.35ITf: - ' ..,'-.',. ' .,1 4' Gm- iifii -.'ir,.-xr '-.4 V - -' - Y .. r . .V , . 1 . ' f "lsf'5-3?f'4'f."ff:.i Q . ' ,A A 5 .- " --gg,fQ,y.,.gg,"zgL.,'sQ .. .- 1 U ' , 1 - i.- 3' z 1.31, L. 1 ,, V, , J. X A,,.,. s..,.,v g-,, fax, 5 .P ,,gX..,,,, 25. t . 'A 'T K ' 2 . 1 1' 'w-'-ffwl-f:,1 'lt-?"Zfi"f:' ffl '-ri'1f.-"IFEX . W. .. .I , , -7 V. v- , -,fzr-J -,' -f,,,- -' .g.-- -V.-e-:. R.-' X- A 1. ' - -9 - 1-'N 'f -. ' -' '- -. . zff. 2' Jw.. 2 hw- '-1 ,.,,. , . 5 k .3 f -5- 14:-,gg - :ly-..:,5:i55 ey-V A 13 V- x o f s- .61-AN -H f .- , 44-1 .:: .'w..,.,-V 7',JZ!g,.r,:g' gg-giruxb ' ""l1'I ?".1'1Zs-- ' 'xl .afgscv-...4li.3L.Q'f. . . , i Multitudes in the valley of decision . . . a World perish- ing Without Christ . . . missionaries in the harvest fields of the world . . . needs that must he met . . . the cry of the heathen . . . It is for these that mem- hers of Student Volunteers assail the Throne of Grace daily. Daily meeting ,xx Xxxtx fd ff? X , 5, 'wwf- ' f 1 Ministerial Association . . . . . El will fear nn wil i.- W ' K'---mae' 37: , Q, Propagation of the Gospel through local missions, Chapels and street meetings has been a major part of the Ministerial Association program this year. Under the eH'i- cient leadership of Bill Cascini, the Association has launched a program to repair chapels and to extend the Lord's Work in and around Asbury College. Meeting in Talbot Chapel for services each Friday evening the organization has sponsored excellent pro- grams for the men students, bringing to the campus talent and speakers that inspired and encouraged its members to greater heights for Christ. Other officers are Wfalter Reitz, Joe Ruggles, Harvey Pierce, Ed Levin, David Aycoclc, Ronnie Rearic, Herman Bov- ette, I-larry Flinner, and Professor Wiley. Girls' Christian Service League 1' 'W -"W-"1 ' v'f",-i'1'-wwwwrvfr fl-'JE qyvgv-qv-71. s - .P g A " V - , -' ' ' ' f . . - ' v "':l"' 3- fevriiifiei 'w.""'1 , .t3..L-'- 'f- "fi ivlij,-. :fl 'ff V ,. . ,. an . if., -W, 4-I e-v-vS'- ' .J-' . -- -1. 'A - . 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During these hours together the women students express themselves in testimony, in song and share in the blessings brought by outstanding speakers, campus talent and through the joint programs with the Ministerial Association. These organizations also share in promoting mission and chapel work through the year. Rosalie Morris is president. Her cabinet includes Virginia Wehr, Marion Yamabe, Marian Stetser, Jane Crooks, and Doris Hess, with Mrs. C. B. Hamann as adviser. 4' a tw i L Through prayer our souls are strengthened . . . made calm and quiet he- fore Him. Problems arise in our lives and Without the source of comfort and help we find in prayer, we could not be victorious. Daily we approach our Father in meditation or in voiced prayer, and through communion with Him our souls are directed by the Holy Spirit. In His presence there is everlasting joy and peace. Methodist Church Fast Prayer Meeting f f Our souls are fed by the Word of God and through I-Iis teachings we are instruct- , .fi 51 1 ed in the Christian life. During the year ,, we have been privileged to hear many Spirit- , filled speakers who reveal to us the truths ' of the Bible. f I fi BISHOP MARSTON Free Methodist Church Q n i DR. MCCONNELL w N Kentucky Mountains ROBMXPI 1-HUNQ' lx 0 rea We feast upon the words of these leaders knowing that we need added spiritual strength to withstand the enemy of the soul. For these who come to minister to us. we are grateful, and we praise God for the way of holiness they preach. PASTOR WILLIAM HARDY England 4 A 1 . l s I l I V 1 I F BISHOP CORSON Methodist, Philadelphia, Pa. BISHOP SELECMAN, Methodist, Dallas, Tex. How can we praise Him enough for the glorious victories of this year! Into our souls He pourecl blessings which we coulcl not contain, and our hearts rejoiced in His love. Through our revival services we were drawn into a closer walk with Him and into a closer fellowship with each other. The convicting power of the Holy Spirit . . students seeking Him . . . shouts of Victory . . . a successful year of spiritual blessings. ntrat mg heath with nn.: S N x S X Xxx x W X XX M xx sv ww x 4 w w 1 . fl I wi"-N V M x 1 1 E 1 If 1 119 . 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 a s .s1 If 1 11 14 wi l if - 4 - ? 2 ii 1 : 1 . ' 31 e 3.-5 1 51' f 11 41 1 1 I 4 US is Sl: ! ix! It X11 1 1,1 1 . 1 3 ' Jil '11 1- 1 53' 1 1? QP: 1 ' fx 1 il Tl S . I I MEL! R! 1 .X 1.-1 it ii 1 Y ll Q 3 1 1 2 1 1 Q 1 11 ,N 1 J 111 1 1,1 1 ' z 3 5 sr 11 1g 2 :: ' i 1? 'i E 3 ! V I 5 1 1 iQ 9 5 f1i I ' k , s gi li 3..1 , 1" 2' 1. le If 1. r 5 1 5, PE, E13 5 ,f N S X XN ESX Q1 xx J . ww' x Www N X EXW w X Q , g an ,.,.. A x . ' X fihwp X. , A M R X W X ' NSQNRN x ffl b 1, X XSS? N' ., S, is b sb .X,.,, ,. 4 vm 1, ' 3586 , 'Q W , M M ff f za 'fn 'Af' www YQ x x X-1 if 4 v ' Www Q 2 4gDC99 C MMITTEE "DC" is a word spolcen of with care at Asbury and yet in its full meaning the Discipline Committee refers to a group of our faculty administrators who help govern the campus on a basis of Christian stan- dards and ethics. It is the duty of these in authority to plan and coordinate all cam- pus activities. Rules and suggestions for the conduct of the student bodv are for- mulated by them. Their aim is to provide a wholesome atmosphere in which Christian character may be developed through friend- ly social fellowship. E Xu '1- 5 , Mr l l Student Facult N .W .V N, One of thc must important :tutlcnt groups nn Cann- pus is the Sfllllelli-F1lClllQ'. Cumprisctl uf rcprcscntxl- 1 . . . . l IIVCS from t-nah of the tour clznscs, tngtltlmcr with l faculty members, this committee acts as ll guitlc fur the stutlcnt hotly nntl shares tlutics nf thc snciall nntl governmental lifc. Asbur Student Foundation I An 0I"1lllllllIlUIl now in its I-th wan' nl st'rx'it't' un ' l- 1 . l our campus is tht- .Xslmry Stutlcnt lfnuntlntinn, tnrznt-tl ' :Intl lnrnntzunctl tor the pnrpnw nt ran-Ing lunwlw tnr worthy stutlunts who ntltcruiw unultl lu- flllllllflllllf unnhlc tu vurnplt-tt' their t-tluvaltinn alt .XNl1lII'-X. lfuntl- 1 usually are nhtzlinctl hy wtutlt-nt suh-vriptiun, alumni :mtl fricntls. 4 1 cf EY ,..,..., 11 JOSEPH WARD JACK AEBERSOLD BETTE IRWIN MARK SMITII Mf'f":' f 111 1 1 H11 11 111 1 11, 11 QFQ + '-11l1 1 1 l .1??Ql ' ,f f 11 1 1 Q E1 1 ll iQ 1 1 1 l l 1 11 1, 1 U i 11 l 11 ,lil 1 . 5 1 l 1 5 1l 11 M51 1 i 'l I if 1 1 1 11 ' :.' 1 2 1 1 1 5. 1, 1 1 .11 1 11 111 1 1 . iw K 1 . 1 2 El 1 5 1 1 3 1 113' 55251 1,13 I 5111 El l i !"1 11 1 1? I C I '51 '13 11- si 115 3 11 flil I it 2 1 11 HN lift li! 3,15 gil 1 gil? 1l ,H Zi' l 21:1 'EI . may THE The voice of Asbury College continued in its usual dynamic manner this year through the medium of the weekly publica- tion, the Collegian. Edited by Joe Ward, the Collegian was one of the important unifying elements of the college. Con- taining a variety of news, features, sports and columns which held special interest for each student, the Collegian touched every phase of our life at Asbury. The editor's key assistants were Betty Irwin, associate editor, Mark Smith, managing editor, Marion Yamabe, n ew s editor, June Harper, feature editor, Bobby Gorham, sports editor, Virginia Wehr, society edi- tor, Harold French, cartoonist. These staff members were aided by reporters, assistants and the business stall, headed by Jack Ae- bersold, business manager, who gave the student body of 1947-48 many outstanding series of C ollegians. NANCY REILEIN BILLIE JEAN KNIPMEYER A is A V . 0 i 1 v i l 4 AS RY GLLETIAN ff" ,?, 7, ,. ' I V ,, : . i rrrrrrrsrrrr:rrrxaf,H,-f,uQ,'ws,, 5 Z I 1 X S THE STAFF g HW' 1 6 ',f MXNR h NS... Q ,. .1 -. Q' , . K : ' Jw'- - Q J ,M . ng' ri .Q f' i K r. , ' -1 wx 171 X LX: 1' :rn E M f ' """ h ,AA1, f f -- V V - '--'- :exp-1 -- -- --- A.m..,,.,- . .. Q: W ,, I Virginia XYvhr, Holm Gm-lmm lfmmn Ruth .XlHIt'I'S"l1, lifwlw Ilvyur. Niflfiflll X,ZlIT1?lbC 1 I 1.37 k I 1 ! i I i THE ASBURI PERRY THOMAS DAN CARY Editor Business Manager Top: Literary Editors Bottom: Photography Editors DORIS I-IESS Associate Editor 'K M Sweat, toil, tears and rubber cementg endless days and sleepless nightsg never has a student body owed so much to so few-TI-IE 1948 ASBU RIAN STAFF: EDITORIAL STAFF PERRY THOMAS -. . . . Editor-in-Chief JUNE SMITH .... . . Photographic Editor DORIS HESS ...... . . Associate Editor RUTH YVEHRMAN .... Plzolographic Editor GENEVIEVE CARNEY . . . . Literary Editor DORIS BLAKE ....... Parsozzality Ediior DICK SIGLER .... . . Sports Editor DOROTHY JANE LOXYE ...... Sz'Cn'I11ry EDDIE SHARP . . . . . Photographer MARY SHOXVALTER . . . Se'Cr'efaf'y BUSINESS STAFF DAN CARY . . .... Business Ilffanager GEORGE BAILEY . .qldvariising Rfrprrsrfzlatim' GLEN WAUN ...... Xldwcrlising Alazzager JOAN VOLKERS . . . . Circulzziion .Ifllllllflff JAMES POWELL . . . ddfvertising Represcntalifvc BETTY XVEBER . ....... Svcl'e1ar'y ,,. lflnn ED SHARP DICK SIGLER Secretaries Business Staff E59 Irv E I ' 1 Il X 5 J 139 Kenyon Home Pre-Med The Kenyon Pre-Med Club purposes to give additional scientific knowledge to those students who are preparing for a medical career in prep- aratory courses. Founded by Dean B. Kenyon the club is privileged annually to hear speakers who present valuable information and advice to members enabling them to more ade- quately complete their education. Economics Through the instruction and guidance of their sponsor, Miss Lucy Adams, the members of the Home Economics Club learn the pre- requisite for a successful home life. Practical programs concerning the problems which con- front homemalcers are given and from these educational iilms, lectures, discussions and demonstrations the women students receive practical benefit. I E1 3: 5sn as T: fx 'N x 1 f,f,, X! 1 X f 1 ,f Q, f,Wz , ,Wh f, 7 ff f f f f f f .f if D xii , ,f X ., ., 1 'i w i uh 'ESQ 'J : L ii ' - X5 X , ff- -dnl? .ak , wsakws. 3. 3' F' 2 ' fpfI f"'f ' N -it I A 1 I w. K 4- '11 ' is I WJ ' M fat!! B r K be sr ' F ' 'V' NBL! x , 1. ru .fx X-, .. U. J , , 'K s , .ef , - . , N N hy, lk li 2 ' A 4 .1 x N, Q '30, Q , I 'X QQ 9 f in If Q' x I 4 V r X Sa 4 IE l 1 ls 'I I Y H C. 'Q-1 .hymn vff-f-v- --W--ff'--vw-cv--ff 5 4 1 i E Q I Librar fficers The eflicient and careful supervision of Mor- rison Library is handled well by Miss Ruth Van Sciver and her staff of student officers. This year the morning-til-night schedule among the staclcs was shared by Jean Nlingledorfli, Dorothy Criswell, Harold French and Jane Crooks. Le Cercle at Francais Sri Le Cercle Francais is one of the two lan- guage clubs at Asbury and strives to entertain its members twice a month with unusual pro- grams of French manner and custom. The membership includes students of the French classes with Miss Eunice Ward as their adviser. David Rule has served as president. Cther officers are Joe Thacker, Harry Flinner, Bruce Heiser, Helen Slceen and Duane Aeliclc. a Us . 1401 in ? is ji Q' vi an 's Foreign Students Into the Christian fellowship of Asbury Col- lege have come these students from Japan, China, India, Korea, Cuba, Africa and Mexico. Some are sons and daughters of missionaries serving in these lands while others are natives of the various countries. This year during a special Student Volunteer program these stu- dents testiiied to the will of God in their lives and their consecration to His service. Spanish Club The meetings of this club are of cultural, as well as educational value, to the Spanish students on our campus. Programs which ac- quaint the student with Spanish life md cus- toms are presented, and through this l-:nowledge Spanish is made more attractive. This year the special events of the club were the Fall party and the Spring banquet. . 'xxx . fig .-'..,g ml' -. ii 1 ?iK ll 5 M . . 1 eff . . I El! ff: 1- ' 44 .0 ,E Ei 1 ip, st. . T gg A r 1-5: N M5 A 1. fix 2 ,.A, I 4 . Q ,'L'a, . ser !Q -'I l, If ,, a Q A E1 'a vi Q5 3 6 . w 1 1 4. X n 5, if i , 1, 'f I , 59 nits.. V V, z" 5 162 if f ff f Vw ff' . f,f,,,ff 0 f ,- ,4 fgm pi A ,.,, ., ., , ,, V Wg I if f ,4 f , 1,44 W W f f , 4 , Q17 f 'A W QAQW, f 'fvw If , L, ,QZZ 4 ,f W4 ,Q , f 6267 ' f f4f f K f Q' 1 f if f 1 fffft' 7 " X f' 944. iw ZW, f QR X 5 AXfX-X Q R x K. :Q w xwxwx XE' :I 5 F . Wifi N fax x A ..,. X Y gig R E S Q. X5 ,X Xxx Y R , X 7 'H ,Q AMBASSADORS CRUSADERS ,,, i QUARTETS 'im wilt if-5 hmmm '- up--it vw'i"' W' li Representing Asbury in an effectual ministry of song are these quartets, the Ambassadors, Crusaders, and the Asbu- rians. Going out from the college for revivals, week-end services and tours, the members, through their testimonies of singing His praises, win many souls to Jesus Christ. ASBURIANS On campus our hearts are stirred in chapel services and in revival meetings when these quartets sing. Through their long hours of practice and preparation they are ably fitted to sing to others of Salva- tion and to keep their talents full conse- crated for His service. y 'J 'TRP l 5 Sharing Ashury's musical spot- f l , light again this year are the Mes- , , senger's Trio, comprised of three A, i 5 Sophomore girls, and the Trumpet Trio, whose itinerary has included Z v r week end trips, Youth for Christ meetings and varied s rvices in churches VICTORY TRUMPETEERS TRIO Not only do these girls use their musical talents for the Lord s ser vice elsewhere but here on campus their testimonies are alm ays a chal lenge to each of us Ashurians will long remember the programs led by the trios in the memorable class prayer meetings and 1n chapel and rex 1val SCFVICES ln Hclghe Ml SSI NL I lx N 1 RIO 2 . .I D! . , 2, '-' l 4 'Z , a ll . l i .if 4 ii-Q If '. 1, . 5 , l u V ' 1 ll J l , ll ' P l . m I 5 ' . . I i A 1 g . l - , 2 Q l l l l'E Q igl yi ' :fl I W 0 .I l s ll i 3 1 1 1 , 'E t ' A I I Ig Y ' ' S. e il lyil lit L, 1 :' l "sl gl 'si I 'ff li 6 el f ii".' i' gi 146 l 1 ll 1 ORCHESTRA Musical ability is a talent with which God has blessed the lives of many students here at Asbury. They have not buried this talent but they have consecrated it to Him that it might bring forth much fruit. So it is with the members of the Asbury College Orchestra, and the music pro- vided by this group is always appre- ciated by the students. Under the capable direction of Dr. V. G. Osi- pofl: the members gain efficiency and they are achieving a degree of mastery which will be valuable throughout their lives. .., 'egg 'T x xi' by DR. OSIPOFI 9 CHORUS Under the competent direction of Pro- fessor O. C. Turner the members of the Asbury Chorus have learned the art of choral harmony. At Christmas time it is their custom to present for our enjoyment Handel's- "Messiah," As we have listened to the triumphant, "Hallelujah Chorus," our hearts have joined with them in sing- ing the praises of our Redeemer. During other times of the year and especially in PROFESSOR TURNER the Easter season, they bring to us songs which bless and inspire. This chorus of one hundred and seventy-five voices de- serves our praise because it has benefited the life of each Asburian. I 1 f ff f ,aff Z if f X ' We 4 f W f 1,0 Xf Z, Vi f,gV,W PROFESSOR 'ITRNIQR For the first time since 1942 Asbury Col- lege has organized a lVlen's Glee Club. These thirty-six members were selected by the director, Professor O. C. Turner, on the basis of their vocal ability. In this way MEN'S GLEE CL the best male voices of the student body are blended into a harmonious whole and they serve as musical messengers of the Gospel. After long hours of training and practice the Glee Club toured several of rhe north- eastern states giving concerts in various churches. God has used their abilities for His glory. 'N', ' ,Q w 'D , F.. v A? 5. f 1 o e! 3.4 P " 4 55.1 V4 7 ' . 1 V , ,:2uxnl:aUr:iuu-uxmsnv-unnnvmfsusa On ' '1 ucial , W . ' 1 ,Ku 1... - I 4 4 f few f , 5324 MMV' ,W 'WL ' vf , v f W y ' ' 1 22ff?29.l,v?"XZf 4397 WZ! 5822 5XL'L3'QY2af, ZX, .4 ,f,,!7,' ,Qi,7.5,3!jQ, , 7! , X f W I , Zip!!! f,1',ff7'wZ wif KWZM ff ff f WW X ,ff , ,f ffl' , f .V 144, ,ww " ,,f,f f ,ff ' ' ff WffA,,,,f , H ,fff . fffff x , 1 X . fre V .1 ,. ' ..3k 'A'5f"f:1 W, ,. WL -5 ,. V ' xfzil .wf-1, 1 1 xi, . -rw, JM xx.. if-1, ?i! E5 Q4 41, .1 2, P 2 ,- 'Eff 1 L r If , 4. 'H' ,A . 4 1 Q.Vy. ' .I y. in .Q ' -' 1 afi1'fY'Q r ' xi: r ' 'Q "Kira . k mf U 1 .L :Xe . ' 1 I f gs g E x xg Q 1 , x Q. . : - wr -Q25 .Q Qi , f,iE'Wi..Ng, bij. I. 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During the winter quarter two programs were presented, Paul lxfialcovslcy, a talented violinist, and the famous organist, E. Power Biggs. The series was hrought to a stirring climax in the Spring when students heard Donald Dame. soloist with the ihfletropolitan Qpera Company. DIPLUMA RECITAL Top Row VERA ALLISON .. - ANNA LEE ARMSTRONG .. . .. PHYLLIS BARKER .. . Bottom Row REVABEAM .... REBECCA CARNES . . . . .Voice and WILLIAM FITZGERALD .. . . Speech . Piano Voice . Voice Organ Speech f I 154 f 'L :if I i . , 2, I1 L or J Ae. 1 Q si 2 , "1 I 21 ji. C L. E , A If 3? A 5 . QW' AF. F'- fi s . 4. -Az .v ' f LV. si QX Mm P' ' 'Q 4. ' if s """ R "1-ng.. " X I 7'Of' RUN' .1!'l1jriA'r' RUN PA1'R1c'I,x Ijmisr-in 5 fw'uuf' B14 r rw Kmfvw l':.mfw SIN,x1.m-' Gnowfs 1'!.:f:u Xlxm .Ixwr I mu: xv Uygmz EMU, Hl.Xf.jRINQ3 I-pfl ND XI H N XIOYROF Ivfliffl' F'Uff077I ROW HIfRBFRT Yrfxsm V010 I.--KMFS X,0l'NG Sffccfv 155 I I I I I I I I I I :ran xr I II SE IGR PLAY Under the direction of Mrs. Gladys Greathouse the Senior Class presented "The Barretts" on December 4 and 5. The setting of the play was in Elizabeth Barrett's living room at Fifty Wimpole Street, and the stage was furnished with the beautifully elaborate period furniture of the nineteenth century. The plot cen- tered around the love affair of Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning, who was jealously opposed by her tyrannical father. How could we ever forget the performance of Beth Callis as the gracious Elizabeth or the portrayal of the poetic Robert Brown- ing by James Young? CAST Henrietta . . .... . . JEAN HOLT .7IliZlie . . . . DORTHY RAUB George . . . WALTER REITZ Oetewius . . . 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N K P 3,6 B-'Z fe - .I :K fn. v. . 11- X :rj I .- .r" . A '.. '56 x ,E Pl .4 . .ffm 'u I.. -1a sv, '-J. I .Q J, 2? , .V if-, ,Ja -fr xr 4 "' D . ga 1 ,M Q W 1 R.. lj: -I' . v' 1 f , r i . i 4 CO CHES We pause here to pay tribute to those who have led us in our athletic program. These leaders have planned, directed, and led our teams in battle. They have or- ganized the players and prepared them for the action to come. Each play was care- fully planned hy these coaches and much credit for each victory goes to them. We want to express our thanks to them for making this a fine year of sports. Y. D. WESTERFIELD DICK RICHARDSON CLASS CGACHES 'WW' 1 'FQ dna' 'ww f ,W , bn-imnd wining ' I f ' K if E ei if if v. wg 4' i X 8 BASKE TRoJANs wresbmenl This team, coming together early last Fall for the flrst time, proved their merit on the court through a successful season, challenging Sophomore supremacy in a Yea, Fmsh! two-game playoff in February. TED BRANTINGHAM ,IACK THEODORE HARLAN STOCK DONALD HALL DONALD HOWARD CHARLES DEAN EDWARD JUSTUS GEORGE Poms CLIFFORD KING PRESTON SPRUELL me BALL... YELLO W JACKETS Qiopbomoresj Ashury's top pacers of the current term ciimaxed their victorious season in a deci- sive win over the Frosh. This is the second consecutive year of court victory for the Z team' Hurrah, Clmmpsf Q CHARLES TURKINGTON PAUL CROOKS HERBliRT Y.-XNYURK I1 I'i-IW SMH!! lf.'XlCNlfST NIURPHY ...i '- ! .. ii? . !4 iv A .rv gr if- in I2 r-L L. L1 Le an Z .. J ii ka 1 H Ad CLYDE DUNN DWIGHT MIKKLESON omx slxmenxmx WINSTON SMITH GLENN LENOX 163 - ILS' w F P i i Y r L 1 r i 1 P 1 1 f M r I , i l g. 5 E .v .3 3 . F 1 1 1 , ,,..N. I ,A w., :Wfwfl W ,W 42, 7. 'fn O f ,f , AUM z . U2 I f" Ma.. 4 s , , iii ....,i..w Q ., . , . 1 WW .,... - ,.,., kv " N-wwwrmwmem-iswfwwem-,xwwwm X N 4 ,,.,,,,, MJ., ., '-w'-- J 4 1 rw-4 ,,. 1 fa r-, Ga . 1, M fwnnmff, nwffmf pmzfwmvwidyxfmuzmmrdwumzm. fmfzura naman mia: ...- s s 'L M .5 . --fx N. 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Brumbaugh, E. Haren, M. Yamabe. JUNIQRS Left to right, back row: D. Lowe, D. Gearhart, E. Winslow, F. Piper, Smith, Taylor, Front: R. Wehrman, B. Key, Z. Prettyrnan, Gordon, I. Mosher. SOPHOMORES Left to right, back rozu: B. Berck, C. Burns, E. Taylor, G. Shaw. Front: F. YVilliamson, lNI. Sutton, RI. Trefethen. FRESHMEN Loft to riyhf, luzrl' row: ll. Allison, D. Durllzllll li. Ron, xl. Rupert, lf, llliclmcl, 1"1'0f1f5 L Dum, .I. lfdwnmls, sl. lllurgzln. BOY'S SCFTBALL SENIORS Left to Right: Standing: Lanham, Wright Everett, Aycock, Ireson, Cascini, and Douce Kneeling: Hinerman, Sutherland, Ling, Cribbs Edwards. JUNIORS Left to Right: Standing: Woods, Powell, Sigler Smith, Alexander, Ditto, and Hayes. Kneelingi Youngs, Murphy, Priest, Meier, and Smith. SOPHOMORES Left to Right: Standing: Lenox, Gorham, Quiqq, Armbrust, Crooks, Simmerman, and Williams. Kneeling : Moore, Smith, Rearic, VanVorce, and lwikkelson. FRESHMEN Left to Right: Standing: King, Braun, Stock, and Brantingham. Kneeling: XVehrli, Irwin, Theodore. Tennis ranks high in the sports of As- bury. The tournament played in the Spring and Fall bring much interest to the students and faculty. Much rivalry is ex- hibited as friends match wits and skill.- j TENNIS This year the tournament played in the Fall was packed with action. Rayle and Pope came up in the finals of the men's singles to battle for the title. Popes' fast serve and the terrific baclchand of Rayle made this quite a match. Both boys played fine tennis as Rayle finally pushed himself into the championship. I-Ianherry took the girl's singles, while Pope and Collins captured the doubles championship. Prettyman and P rie s t walked away with the doubles crown. To these champs, we give congratulations. X . 6 ! .L 1 g' ' z? , I 2 A ' . . I I 1 , i 5 1: :x fi ' 4 , . I 5 E 1 v n I 1 M 'ia r l I. I3 ' ,L I, , , if. 3, ei i r Y . VLX r ' i r 3 Q! , ' 5- I 2 I . 3 iii. .32 I :5 K .. 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U E N'H'Q:"'3ci -4 H 'eil' 2 k . 1 V X x ' J . . , 'V ,. 5 ' ' W.. .JIl, ,. ,xv-, ,v 3, .x s X, N i ' l "' tt Q. ' sa O- N 'Q .fi Q sf. 5' K' 5 b X7' ,-' 1 if V :Q . ', 1 Q iff' L - 55:1 J! K my lx ' I 4 z,!Q , fl, , ,, f.,V,- EVM' ,. i M 1 Q- ' gn N , ' ft' ' X j Qg-inxfffif 'y.'ff-.fray tk- " Q: . 6 S "1 v x ' . 4. .' P "J 4 ' Q ' if Q . ,, Aff .2 ' - - N "V f . 50, Q tsl 5 2 42 '35 Y I U' , mi s uv, . ,A 'E ,rv . gy W H J I , "fy Q - . v Q ' by -A X-1' .fwig 1 is -i f 11' . A 1 L '. . J : la"'W4' 1- 'W - Nh- ' X- ' ..- a -uf y 1 r-'GW if 1- nn V 451 H . Q D inns-.,- 1 I """" 'W ' 'f '99 vf vmzmf A ITMTF l 1:11 -r - - 59 1 . , - . Q , 'X Q I ' P , ' ' -D ' ' , "Q 2-5315 ie? x 4 N W .... ' " ' - 1 4"1" gp4wq.,w-,. qqwiffqfp ' L N, is ' - K , 1 f 4 I 4 R: , 4 lk' -mr THE 1948 ASEURTAN STAFF PERRY THOMAS DORIS HESS . . GENEVIEVE CARNEY . . DICK SIGLER . DORIS BLAKE . DANIEL CARY GLEN VVAUN . GEORGE BAILEY NATHAN BOND Hun-ay! We go to press. EDITORIAL STAFF . . . . Editor . Associate Editor . Literary Editor . . Sports Editor Personality Editor BUSINESS . . Manager . . . Advertising Manager A. . Afdfvertising Representative . . . .fldfvertising Representatifve JUNE SMITH . . RUTH WEHRMAN ED SHARP . . . DOROTHY LOWE . MARY SHOWALTER STAFF BEN RIPLEY . . JAMES POWELL . JOAN VOLKERS . BETTY WEBER . . Photography Photography Photographer . .Secretary . . Secretary . . Aldfvertising Representative . I . Adfvertising Representative . . Circulation Managff . . S eeretary Slant yu. The publication of the 1948 Asburian would not have been possible if these to whom the staff now pays tribute had not given generous help and support. For their cooperation and forbearance with us we say, "Thank youf' JOHN T. BENSON, Benson Publishing Company, Nashville, Tenn., our publisher. p ' W. P. CAMPBELL, of the Southern Engraving Company, Nashville, Tenn., preparation of photographic copy. ARTHUR GREY and FRANK O'NEILL, Chidnoif Studios, New York City, our photographers. - MRS. JOHN THOMAS, Wilmore, Ky., Sunday School teacher of the Junior Class, advisor in the preparation of our theme. DR. A. T. PUNTNEY, chairman of the college publications committee. MRS. CLARA MIKKELSON, college registrar. . A DR. Z. T. JOHNSON , our president, and the FACULTY and STU- DENT BODY of Asbury College. . i M Q . - , Q s 1 S 1 ! fi rl! if 'C 'i sfi 2 1 1 C i I I I I I 6 Q Ea I f I Q H I H I X r I , Y, N2 I 'fl if 3!! 'tl Vi -:S 5? as SE .fl ,. 1" 'f 'gn OUR D ERTISERS The 1948 ASBURIAN staff recommends the following pages as a student guide to successful buying and expresses its deep appreciation to these patrons for their part in making this publication possible. S o 1 S' F F U' 1 so 5' Q ll U qenuuq' oiauog 3 4 i ' i EHID UPF ST UIU 550 FIFTH I-WE. NEW YUHH UMCRJ pLofogralaLer L,- THE 1948 ASBUHIAN Flowers for Weddings, FUHSFBIS. Pa"I'I95 I Q P ' SUTHERLAND Corsa es a S eenaI+y MCCULLAR FLOWER SHOP SALES-SERVICE 203 S. Lexingfon Ph 458' WIIFTTOFS, KY. One Car Insurance-Washers-Radios Nicholasville, Kenlucky Complimenls of DR. J. R. HANNAN, D.M.D. IIFOI, Keepsll - W HIVIGIFI S+. Niclwolasville, You Are Always Welcome Where 'rhe EIH-e Mee+ +o Ea+ NICHOLASVILLE DRUG STORE Main s+, wgimorel Ky. J. GILBERT HICRS FIRST NATIONAL BANK Merriber F.D.I.C. I NICHOLASVILLE, KY. We AppreciaTe Asburians and Their Business Wiih Us c - A Ompllmenls Ol TRUETONE RADIOS - RECORD PLAYERS BEN FRANKLIN STORE RECORDS Home Cmeff-Na+iQna"v Known" WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE lc Oasvlllel Ky. Phone 23 NicI1oIasviIIe, Ky. JESSAMINE SUPPLY CO. Comphmems of FIRESTONE TIRES HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY ROBERTS' JEWELER Phone 49 Nicholasvillel Ky. Nicholasviile, Ky. HEMPHILIL PHARMACY Drugs-Sunclries-Founlain Service IOI So. Main ST. Nicholasville, Ky. MANGEL'S Feminine Apparel 2IO Wesf Main ST. Lexingion, Ky. Bes'r Wishes COCA COLA BOTTLING WORKS of Lexingfon, Ky. rw "' I f I . r XS . COM PLIMENTS i of U. R. PAHIE Jeweler Harrodsburg, Kenfucky -N I S Suse COM PLI M ENTS OF BROWN'S BOOTERIE INCORPORATED , BeHer Grade Shoes 'For Women and Children I38 'W. Main ST. Lexingfonl K In Hisforic Harrodsburg AVALON INN, INC. Bounieous Meals of 'Ihe "OLD SOUTH," FEATURING - Coun'I'ry Ham, Fried Chicken, and Siealz Special caiering for formal Dinners and Pariies Modern. Rooms Phone 200 for Reservaf CompIimenTs of STATE BANK 8: TRUST CO. HARRODSBURG KENTUCKY Complimerfrs of claw! anal Jaaaie Only ChiIdren's Shop In I-Iarrodsburg, Kenfuclcy CompIimen'rs of McGURK'S SHOE SHOP Shoe Repairing and Hai Cleaning Under New Managemend' Ma F1 and Lm Lexingfon, Ky. NICHOLASVILLE, KY. Complimenis of BILLIE-ANN SHOP Harrodsburg, Ky. Complimen+s of THE KENTUCKY UTILITY Co. BEARD 8: BEARD Ladies' Ready-+o-Wear l H M ,. H. . 4 -------xi-xx-'1. 1 T V THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR DRY GOODS ' 'W' No'l'ions and Shoes s ca. T. HERRIEQRD ' WILMORE, KENTUCKY L ' 4 4 E 1 -T .N COMPLIMENTS WILMORE 5 AND I0 Last Resorfz Six quarfs a day Business Phone II37 Home 9008-R SUPPLY CQMPANY ALMA S. MOORE SHOPPE Dis+ribu+ors of Qualiiy Proclucis Anhques lg3:'5VS:1a::ef' S?ra?eHes Rugs for 4' Years LEXINGTON 6 KENTUCKY 329-33I Main S+. Cincinnafi 2, Ohio ALMA ALLISON KENT ALLISON COMPLIMENTS SCUDDEPJS ICE CREAM Y WILMORE KENTUCKY 'J li I ' PK I ii ' Ii I . 'TI ii. ,. , I I III I All ii fs? .- .U ' ' VE ii f" X .If ' 'III I -I . if Iliili H lfllil U -Ei H. ry Ir Aly. Y., gf, xml W- V1 I .- .qw iv' M74 I.. I-J.. If! ,VI-5 Q: V1 .2.".w 1- I I Q .I-. .,.- 4 vw i.?.' vi . s I 14.4. Impj iggug-un-' SJI! , I V.. :.:l.'1I I . .krfl si. 'Ifvf I S .3 . I-I.. .IM .. .'--4 , .N I, .i . M. . -1,- i' ' ' I I ,.',:. . ' rw - 5 I-J , ' IX'- v.-.e Tiff vi'--5 :I .rig X. .Q 'ff 5 A. o..h 9 I .1 I--. ul :I R11-I . If ,' ' I i H3 I I I Complimenls ol DIXIE CREAM DO-NUT SHOP Those Do-Nurs you'll never forger A. J. LYNN 8: COMPANY Audi'I'ors-Si'a+is+icians-Accounfanis Slarlcs Building Louisville, Ky. Asbury's Audiiors Since I933 Complimenls of V. C. GILLISPIE, M.D. ' Physician and Surgeon Wilmore, Ky. P. O, Building Complimenls of HARLAN+WELLS Groceries-Hardware--Dry Goods 324 Main S+. Wilmore, Ky, This is noi ALL The Slrudenl Body bui on Ariisf Series They SWARM 'ro The DINE-A-MITE Complimenls of THE WILMORE BANK Complimenls of WILMORE COAL, FEED 81 FARM SEED COMPANY Complimenls of BLACKFORD ELECTRIC CO. Main Sfreei' Wilmore, Ky. Complimenis of PHOENIX LUGGAGE SHOP J. B. RHORER, Manager I Phone 2328 I 33I-35 Easf Main S+. Wilmore, Ky. H4 E' Mem Sl' Lexmgfon' Ky' s Huron-nNsoN's MYERS LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING Headquarfers for New and Old Sfuclenfs Main S+., Wilmore Phone 2721 Lexingfon, Kenfuclcy SPORTSWEAR AND RIDING APPAREL FOR MEN AND WOMEN Complimenis ol WILMORE LUNCH Pies Our Specialfy Main Sireef Wilmore, Ky. Besl Wishes of Gaugh and Cox Insurance Agency INSURANCE-REAL ESTATE Wilmore, Kenluclcy Phone 248' COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF WILMORE ELECTRIC SHOP Sales 8: Service 232 Main SI. Wilmore, Ky Jeweler I5I 565+ Main MANHATTAN RESTAURANT Nexf Io Slrand Thealer 228 E. MAIN LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY We Specialize in Goocl-Sleaks-Chops-Coffee-Sandwiches DIAMOND, WATCH. JEWELRY AND GIFT STORE Asbury Sluclenls' Choice of Jewelry in Lexinglon, Kenluclcy Young's Bakery, Inc. Baking-Af-IIs-Besl' You Order-We Will Make If CAKES OUR SPECIALTY Lime 84 Vine Sl., Lexinglon, Ky. C. P. Royce, Presidenl HUTCHINSON'S Groceries and Dry Goocls Expresses Apprecialion for Pasf, Presend' and Fufure Business-Exlends Besl' Wishes fo Class of '48 I Main Sf., Wilmore, Ky. Phone 284l lI's AII in 'Ihe Way You Loolc al' ll! FRANKLIN DAY. Vice-Presiclenl' K. J. DAY, Presidenl S. F. DAY, Secrelary Complimenls of R KENTUCKY WHOLESALE COMPANY lncorporalecl Exclusively Wholesale Grocers PIKEVILLE, KENTUCKY Direclorsz K. J. DAY, FRANKLIN DAY, S. F. DAY, Phone I3 Errors in Ouolalions Expecled and Subiecl Io Correclion 2 ' ' ' M. "':v, .1" Y ' - ' " .- f . - , .Af --ev V , ,, .,,. 'NWN V-::msmmv..e..4...-eve.-A. -e--+-1u+'.e:w.ge,.,,-f-W,-.,,,. ,--. --,3.4,Mi, .I . ""' " "' -"- " - . Afm iii"'Q' ' -l5V"'f.'.5?i 5:0-+1133-wweqf PEERLESS LAUNDRY 8: DRY CLEANING CO Ilncorporafecl LEXINGTON. KENTUCKY. Phone 335 ROBERT'S JEWELERS The Home of all Na+ionaI Aclverfisecl Walches and Jewelry IO5 E. MAIN STREET Lexing+on's Diamond Siore Complimenis of WILMORE GROCERY COMPANY ANDREW F. JOHNSON, Owne.r 40l Lexingfon Ave. I Wilmore, Ky. COMPLIMENTS OF ' wi-IEELERFS Ken+ucIcy's Fines'r Furni+ure SI'ore Lexinglon. Keniucky Complimenfs of VICTOR BOGAERT COMPANY Jewelers and Imporiers Esfablished. Since I883 I27-I29 W. Maim Sfreef Lexingfon, Kenfucky Eyes Examined Glasses Filled Dr. H. H. Fine Opfomefrisi' I24 N. Lime Lexinglon, Ky. . ' . W. Fr?-L'-P '-11-iwrvwvf xxxxg :5Q"'.fNY."7"fi'F:""K'f e ..:.'r."f. . U-"?.-. : """'WR"" 'N COMPLIMENTS DE BOOR'S LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING 265 EUCLID AVE. LEXINGTON, KY. W. T. SISTRUNK AND COMPANY Eslablished I89 I lncorporaled l907 WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS Fruils, Groceries, Confeclions Largesl in Cenlral Kenluclcy We Feed Asbury College 6OI W. High SI. Lexinglon, Ky, Evangelisl' June 24-July 5, I948 Musicians REV. JOSEPH BROOKSHIRE THE ASBURY QUARTET Golden Jubilee Year I948 DELANCO CAMP MEETING I948 Flelcher Grove., Delanco, N, J. Rev. Howard F. Shipps, Presidenf .Delan.co, New Jersey Evangelisls Augusr 26-Seplemberi 6 Musicians REV. HOWARD SWEETEN MR. O. C. TURNER DR. HARRY DENMAN MRS. HILLMAN COFFEE Golden' Jubilee Year I948 DELANCO CAMP MEETING I948 Flelcher Grove, Delanco, N, J. Rev. Howard F. Shipps, Presidenl Delanco, New Jersey CAMP SYCHAR Mounl Vernion-, Ohio Augusf 5-l5, I948 EVANGELISTS: Rev. Henry Screws, Jr., Rev..Willia.m Kirby, Re.v. Russell Delong, Rev. S. H. Turbeville, MISS Janie Bradford, Miss Eva Clausen, Miss Homiei Clark SONG LEADERS: Rev. Waller Mullel, Mrs. Eglllh Gallagher, Secrelary Rev. E. E. Shillz, Avon. Parnk, Florida, Pres. Rev. C. R. Wendell, Bellevue, Ohio FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 6Ih 8: Slevens Slreels, Camden, New Jersey Sunday Services, ll:OO-7:30 Sunday School, 9245 Wednesday Bible Hour, 8:00 p.m. "The Church With the Tower Chimes" NELSON M. HOFFMAN, Paslor X 2' 1 ll g g il l T" f 'E T.. JZ? :J Q - Q 1 S N -l A' ' 5 1' T-:TE Q11 2733 W ,A M .y 3,9 QC "E nv"""' :TZ 3176 'I .suite Q 'I ll 15' F20 il V771 W 1-'IZ '5'g.'1fT'5g f a ,A+-sg, gfw 415: if ill' vc I 74 F ,, . sf 4: 4' ' fd' 5 W .v 4, Y F' if S, I Q 'nS' v:'f 'C ' "'P4?wsS - - ALnae6kw3:z xw -fgggb4 W X, Q 'V tv:-I. A -- V . .. .. 1 -- fe- 4 .x m l ,A A - .V J A - , -,w r -V , 2 -- ,. . ,.f.,.,.Y ...- . - . , ,. .t .- - I I Y . - ' 3, ' vw- - u.s1gwf.u.:-..:.s.:au.-saab5..s1a4aacfa1s.-aiaL2sas.'.-,s4, ' ' " - ':-'uf -1'3',,,- "-wifi?"'"'QQ:jgjgf115:LgifR?:L'3!-L:"f,54,:1:.--Q' ' 'fi-'C' ' jf Qi -' 'Y FRANK L. MCVEY, JR. DAN D. BROCK Telephone 2677 BROCK-McVEY COMPANY lncorporaied Disiribulors of Plumbing, Healing and Tinner's Supplies Vine and Sou+hea:l'ern Sl'ree'fs LEXINGTON 34. KENTUCKY II For Nalionally Known Brands in Men's Clolhinq GRAVES COX 81 COMPANY LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Tel. 2647 Experl' Corse'l'iere EMILY RIX FRAZER Q coiaser si-lor Complimenls of MONTGOMERY WARD AND CO. I73 E. High SI. Lexinglon 4, Ky. Life Auiomobile Fire THOMAS D. BOYD INSURANCE Congralulales The Class of '48 207 E. High Slreel Phon.e: Office 2l27 LEXINGTQNI KENTUCKY Lexinglon, Kenlucky Residence 3960 KENTUCKY CLEANERS Nexl' 'Io Greyhound Bus Slalion 252 E. Main Sireel' Lexinglon, Kenluclcy Complimenls of LEVY AND HERMAN Ball Band Rubbers-Star Brand Shoes Davis Tailored Suils-Adam Hals Q, 'ff wi? ff-A X s New .Q 'flNf L.:.s:g5fy.-we Q . '+, - esffw-ss-Q-5 ' 5 , R.s..sw.s5.1-'ff 35' . 'M . .L K y - . x,,. N N .. . -- 'Q .3 A A -, . se- L..h , -. Guess Who Won? II6 So. Upper Sf., Phone 7084-X Lexinglon, Ky. Dial I300 IOOO Walls Broadcasling All of U. K. Baslcol Ball Games PYROFAX BOTTLE GAS FARMER'S SUPPLY CO. IO4 Phone 325 E. Vine Lcxinglon, Ky. Complimenls of BARNEY MILLER Records-Radios-Phonographs "Where Radio ls A Busiress, Noi A Sideline" . fm-.xggqqvggq-'nmgyx-Qu-:v:r:r'rr:':'.Fr.'A'?.""""'. . FW". 1-FYNFJ Z'7'Xf" " ' FVRI i n-H ' . CARL BAIN, Wa-lchmalcer Precision Welch Repairing Walches, Jewelry, Diamonds Repair Work Guaranleed Lexingl' All I77 N Lime on. Ky- Mosl People Lisien Mosi Io WLAP Lexinglon's ABC Neiworlc Slaiion KELLER FURNISHES Asbury Official Cars and Trucks KELLER KEEPS Asbury's Cars and Trucks in Topnoich Condiiion KELLER SOLICITS Your Palronage for Prompl' and Efficienl SAUNIER BROTHERS Service General Blaclcsmilhs Iron Machine and Boiler Works See us for anyfhing in Iron repairing of all Icinds. Forging a Specially. Eleclric and Ace'I'yIene waning MOTOR CO. Phone 886 I53-l65 Saunier Sl. Lexingion, Ky. Ken'I'uCkY S. J. YEARY LUMBER COMPANY LUMBER BUILDING MATERIALS, e. E. APPLIANCES Phone I3 Nicholasville, Ky. SWEENEY ELECTRIC COMPANY Incorporaled Complele Facililies for Eleciric Molor Rewincling Repairing I97-I99 N. Limestone Lexingion, Ky BEST WISI-IES PROM THE UNION TRANSFER AND STORAGE COMPANY Lexingion, Keniuclcy The new, The consianl. The old! I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 3,-H I l-1 I I I I I I I I I I V I 1 I i I .MW g , BLAKE'S INSURANCE AGENCY Savings 84 Loan Building 265 SIaIe Sfreelr SCHENECTADY, NEW YORK THE MITCHELL BAKER SMITH COMPANY, INC., Lexing+on's Qualify Depar'I'menI' Sfore Frosh Frolic PHOENIX HOTEL Lexing'I'on's Famous Hofel Since I797 LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY COMPLIMENTS I I OF SLEEPY-HEAD HOUSE The SouI'I1's Mos'r Complefe Fac+ory-'Io-Consumer Furniiure S+ore -Q- RETAIL DIVISION OF' SOUTHERN BEDDING CO. Incorporalred "We Work TI1a'I You May SIeep" Main a+ Broadway LGXIVIQIOVI- KY' eyzagqmluvlw x A. C. MACHINE AND WELDING SERVICE EIec+ric and Ace'I'yIene Welding Machine Work, Cushman Scoofers Phone 4244 - 4I3 E Vine Sfreef LexInQI0n 34. KY- STANLEY SAUNIER IRON, MACHINE AND BOILER WORKS 2IO Spruce STreeT LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Phone I7I-Io4O NighT I623 Sa n'I'a VisiTed FIe'I'cherI COMPLIMENTS OF DR. A. E. BAXTER AND DR. LAWSON -SMITH Leave your Laundry and Dry Cleaning as You Drive inTo Lexinglron aT Our PICKUP STATION 529 S. LIME STREET CROPPER'S LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING I Phone 2IO. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY IO5 Wallron Ave. 24I E. ShOrT IO4-I06 S. LexingTon Ave. Wiimore, Ky. , Incorporafed 24 I-Iour Service Phone 2030 Vine aT SOuTheaSIern U LexingTOn, Ky O'NEAL an-d W. M. MASTERS, Owners FEED-SEEDS-COAL Cusfom Grinding-Tools Sharpened Phone 2602 20I Woodland Ave. STONE ELECTRIC COMPANY ' Lexing'rOn 22, KenTucky GULF Oil-GasoIine-AnTi-Freeze-Tires-BaHeries Dependable Service Wifh A Smile for Asbury's Good d G GI y POWER AND FIXTURES an od's or LIGHT WIRING APPLIANCES GOODWIN BROTHERS COMMENTS OF DODGE PLYMOUTH TINDER 0 KRAUSS 0 TINDER Ccmpieie Service Deparimenir Opficians-Phofographic Supplies 450 E' Mah' SI' I-GXIHQIOH. Ky. I45 N. Upper STreeT Lexinq+On, Ky. GQ 'Htl Q lr I I 2 .lg ,W N 'l,' . KI.. 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WHEREVER YOU GO-REMEMBER THIS Mosi successful folks early adopf mefhods of equipping Ihemselves for bigger jobs by increasing Iheir own worlh. Some keep noiebooks for the names of people Ihey meei and cIon'I wani Io forgef. Some clip news ifems and classify 'rhem in Scrapbooks for ready reference. Some work by day and sfudy by nighl, wilh IiIIIe iime for play, Whaiever your mefhod-when success comes- clon'I' be Ioo busy 'ro s1iII afiend church regularly wifh your neighbors. II's worlh more Ihan money in Ihe bank. LEXINGTON HERALD LEADER LExlNeroN, KENTucKY COTTRELL'S BAKERY H 'I M i I' I Jus' Around The Corner From am The SOUH1 S Largesf Shoe Sihore I28 N. VINE BAYNHAM'S "Shoes of Disiinc+ion" Complimws of LouIsvILLE Lsxmerom NASHVILLE CENTRAL BANK '35 E- Main LEXINGTON. KENTUCKY Faslesi Growing Bank in Ihe Blue Grass Area . I. a. -'-.JJA..L,'. - .:. w-uegquvw-' . .v--..--v-gg-q-:,l.. .. . . mv.-4 xuvx-4 . .. 'I JHNUPWPFF - S- V. -, -.I -,N-, -i I. I-!N""?'-'W'-'1"wf""55? "' f - . A ' . . .,. ,,... -... K .. ., . vi z. , .. - ...M -f m ., -. ..-.-.. X , . , CARL HEINZ, Jeweler ' Gp Feafuring Elgin and Hamilion Wafches Ken'I'ucl:y's Largesi' Sfore for You'I'h Columbia Diamond Rings LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY l02 W. Shorl' Slreel Lexinglon, Keniuclcy Complimenis of Q GLIDE-CRAWFO RD HALL Leff Campus R 1' s: U P Mrs. L. Jenkins, P p Inq ' I: B k Door OF LEXINGTON TELEPHONE Complimenls ol ' lncorporaied RESTAURANT 203 Main Slreel Wilmore, Kenlrucky Complimenjrs of ' "Wenneker's Sample Shoe Sl'ore" LEET BROTHERS FURNITURE Famous Bg31312jj5E'Se""e'e STORES Sgijhell:rEIi2lh+l3'9IEITgl19Q'Z5 Main and Broadway Lexingfon, Ky, '35 E M phgme 2027-4 L gf Ky FIVE FRIENDLY HOTELS UNDER PERSONAL DIRECTION OF C. KILDOW LOVEJGY I-IoTEI. RITZ HOTEL NORMANDIE Paducah, Ky Columbus, Ohio HOTEL HERMITAGE HOTEL SPENCER ROANE Louisville, Ky. Spencer, W. Va. HOTEL GOVERNOR CABELL Huniingfon, W. Va. You will always find a warm welcome al each of These Kildow Holels. To serve you is our pleasure. Modern rooms and good food. THE KILDOW HOTEL COMPANY c. IcII.Dow LOVEJOY F Presidenf and General Manager I I .L " '1 PHX- 'mmmmv.,4.x4.um..--..E- w.f.mv.e1:sm.u.k,1.:..u..y..,L- ' " '- "'z,1,ag - -17 Lg CQ--W-11-4.., f,,1+,,:4.-,-.Q,,,,..Q,g.,ggh, ,'ff.'Q Q.' , A 'A 'Q S , 47 i f " 'A . ' h N I - .-A-,' -,-:L-Ag-.hguai-5-1+ -...Egg 1,-5--Sw Effezzkk-ll, - V. . .KE A-I.. .5 Et, . 'r . ' DLQSJ V, + X it , -wax QQ . X 'WL 's In lm "Zz":9"' -:binln-4,215.4-za-5S.:.a-M112 i f SMlTHER'S LUMBER COMPANY mg It 3 F' "' TWH .1 iIn ll ll .B 5 I .gf CONTRACTORS FOR JOHNSON HALL WILMORE, KENTUCKY ANNUALS CATALOGS PHOTOGRAPHS ART WORK 6, o ., . . Am--N SOUTHERN ENGRAVERS 803 McGAVOCK ST. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE I 1 i f - - .. ':-'-".-' ':-".-- A .- ..-..- . . 1 . f,.,g,:.vgf.v:m":e-3fw'rs'-x9:-j'f'1j:wf5zs-?tifwfrfvf,'CP-if 3 ff V "' " ' b ' M, 0 d igg I . - . .'l'..X.-A5-""'Q"'i , wives. 31""'3?57f " ' -... . ...- - L. ,-. , .L . Grazing in The Kenfucky Blue Grass my ui e Incorporafed "The Doorway To Fa'hion" LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY FRITZ PRINTING COMPANY Commercial Job Prinfing 81 Engraving ' Book Work A Specialfy Wedding Invifarions 3rd ST, af Upper Phone 5470 Lexingion, Ky. HESTER CLOTHING CO. "CIo+hes Thai' College Men Like 'Io Wear" IIO S. Limesfone Lexingion, Ky. LEXINGTON PRODUCE CO. AND MCGORUN BROTHERS 224 WesT Vine ST. Lexingiron, Kemhucky FOR eooo FOOD THE LEXINGTON ROOM OF THE KENTUCKIAN HOTEL LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY The Iogigiery Shfop 4Ol LexingTon Ave. Wilmore, Keniucky Admiral Radios-Refrigerators-Thor Washersflroners New and Used Furniture Boughf-Sold-Traded NEAL DEAL FURNITURE COMPANY BEAUMONT INN HARRODSBURG, KENTUCKY Phor-e 2685 .,,' . an . fl., V- - V. . 15 . 35I W. Shorr ST. Lexinigfon, Ky. U .ini CongraTuIaTes Q' ifvfzm.--jf., I- -Q, -f.,.'l'.-.7- sig, , , IIT-Sh ff, -9- , ,,.-.. if-ef. 555, 1- . 1' Th CI Ja, - feixf ' e ass 'wiasalg' R ,.--E- ' 7i5?.24gQ-.-.- 'hx E: flfifffgifige I -Q i -:Q - .wx -' se ISHMAEL at GLASS of - 3 I ,H . iSfvg95'rW-.QQ'T I 3 -I .,,' WATCHMAKERS I948 Tfgxvgiriglg ip-' 1 as Experi' Waich and, Clock Repairing 174,46 Z fffi All work euafanfeed ,, .... . .... '- .5 I50 N. Upper ST. Phone 7897 Lexing+on, Ky ii i' Ni' ' l IJ g I 5.4 I I I A :PJ ii ii T f X mv, - E - . . -- , ,I J, ,, . . . ., ,- .. ., .,.. E ,..,..,., , ...., .,.,,, -.- V , , . . -, Y, . .. , , , A , ,, .. 4 S ' 1'WQ l x ' . fx-in -. ' nv 'gg..:1.g,,.-,..' -.5 gg--sl-551'-' 'f"f' Jw 1 '-"' ' ' ""- ---,. -.-- '--:A-"'.-N ' - -',1'..'41.E- 3.7 -'..':.. z-."..-V' ' rf . J.. - - -v v- -' - -A - 4 A f, - -- J ' - Y - .f - ax.tcE1:1-.1-Sus-wb--:aguaif 1. .E--E,-15-if-53,Ev', ' ' ' - ' ' ' M 1 r, 1.,, , 7,3 . E- M F N :ft -11: fl .NN F W: u..,,h ,E I, E. , . 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