Asbury University - Ashburian Yearbook (Wilmore, KY)

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Q 4 . , 5,1 ,fy sg, - , .' ,'O"2w, K,:Q,iv?W..w BU I ESS MANAGER Left: WALLACE W. I-IARNED, A.B. Business Manager A business manager, Whose ingenuity and ability keep the college finances running smoothly. He is better known to Asburians as "Wa1ly.,' "v se Q 'W Y 5 . gt , s 22 A y its X5 2 . 'M T X 1 my , :X '4 A Q3 NXNM ' 2 s ,K 1 2- Y K 3 .. Q M L , rl xY 1 X Wx x X L 5 x A S 'Sf 'Q N g, :H x V - .a xx, . M, N , , . X. ,wx .s ,wt ' 'cm-:. -I ffl.: 'fm' Zgg 3 Above: MISS MARY THOMAS Dean of Women An understanding person, with a kind Word and ffiendhf Smile, who daily attends to the needs of the girls. Left: JAY B. KENYON, M.A. Dean of the College VV1tty and wlse IS ou1 dean H15 sympathetic lntCI'CSt in our every pioblem affords Us Sound advice and encouragement 7' zvgfg-,wry 2 - , ' , f 1 f .,. . erik kr.. T M ANDERSON W. W. HOLLAND B. G, OSIPOFF LAvE'r'1'A SERROTT M.A., D.D. S.T.D. E I I Philosophy is of two kinds: that which relates to conduct, and that which relates to knowledge. The first teaches us to value all things at their real worth, to be contented with little, modest in prosperity, patient in trouble, equal-minded at all times. It teaches us our duty to our neighbor and ourselves. But it is he who possesses both that is th-e true philosopher. The more he knows, the more he is desirous of knowing, and yet the farther he advances in knowledge the better he understands how little he can attain, and the more deeply he feels that God alone can satisfy the infinite desires of an immortal soul. To understand this is the height and perfection of philosophy. SOUTHEY. Instruction in Sunday School Methods A.B. 'vm' ig'-'P' ?.,.,..-R in v VE YY f f -I ,,,,f, , -f,..,,..,,., ...,.,.,,.,,k. , , M,,,,,,.4m4.,,.MMZMQ 1 ' ' 2 ""fI 'f?fi'2fZ : - t,,:z,1,.,s',,f2ei-f:,...:,me.mz 5 if 4- li.fi4.515-i49b',4',.Q?:Isv, "f G 1 , , ,,,,ggy U , ' Z' 'gf f fe , f 4726156 ' ' if f,,:j- ' :f,,,,f, pw f -V R 'S krbr ,.,..,,,..,., 1 Wg..-,M-.,,, f ,,, , f , V, V f2f""i"'f 'ww -fs. , f , , .R 'fi -if ' 3 4 -112Q4" ', 4' rf . -'- ,f Af' ,, 4,6141 K '. N G L I AND SPEECH And Gocl's love is the shrine where the poet must bow- Is his essence of life and his pure inspiration, It shines in his spirit and beams on his brow, Ancl is ever the harmony filling creation. But granclly, as onwarcl the swift ages roll In the sunshine, or path where the wild storm has muttered, The beauty and awe reigning on in his soul Will still thrill him forever, but e'er be un- uttered. FAVVCETT. First row: VVALLACE BU-ICE, A.B., ARTHUR F, FLESER, M.A. Second rofw: RUTH GARFOOT, M.A., GLADYS GREATHOUSE, M.A. Third ro:-ws EATHEL DODDRIDGE HOLLAND, M.A., ALBER'f T. PUNTEY, Ph.D. Fourth rofw: EVA TKAYLOR, M.A., RUTH VAN SCIVER, B.S. in ,L.S. Good morning, folks in radio land ff. 4 f 1 7 f X f" If' f , 4: V, if , V4 Special culture is the gymnastic of the mind, but liberal culture is its healthy exercise in the open air. Train your mental muscles faithfully for the particular service to which you intend to develop them in the great workshop of ac- tive life, but do not forget to take your consti- tutional among the classics, no matter in what language. That is the lcincl of atmosphere to oxygenate the blood and keep the brain whole- some. LOXNELL. First rofw: EARL T. BURNS, Ph.D., ROBERTA CORBITT, M.A. Second rofw: RUTH Fsss, M.A., VIRGINIA HAYES, M.A. Perfect con Juganon? Q . , A .aug 441 V., Es ,ir 'rs , x A V, V ABAQX5: ig E' , mm-r RUTH GALLAHER CLARENCE H. STEWART ELIZABETH WARNER V PILDD M.A., B.D. M-A. SGCI STUDIES A great nation assailecl by war has not only weigh their measure of errors, lies, and heinous its frontiers to protectg it must also protect its follies. Let us try to make ours light before good sense. One clay History will pass judg- her! ment on cacli of the nations at warg she will ROLLAND. just a few maps to draw! ff Q4 rt- ,Am 'ft My r , , w '12 ' ' 5 'K ,,,, Q vw, , , H sau" , f , , "fy yi f ,, VW , , ,!, ,ff , I , 0, EDUCATIO YCHOLOGY The educated young man of today has every reason to thank the stars under which he was horn. Behind him is the teaching of the civilized World-the poetry and art of Greece, the laws and institutions of Rome, the growth of Christianity, the Medieval combining of forces and evolution of rare prod- ucts, the Renaissance, the religious and political emancipation, invention, science, art, poetry and philosophy. Th-ere is every inducement to he a courageous, energetic and ideal man. BAKER. Right: O. B. DABNEY, Ph.D., J, VV. DEVOR, M.A., MARYBELLE DOVER- SPIKE, BSTALENE HARNED, M.A. Seein, eye to eye PHYSICA ED TIO f -I -- 'fm V ' .' -' ,y,.,4.1-zlflugxw f l f 1 ,M feng' way. zzz, f , 1 Y ' 4' -' 'nazi' vw- Y ' , ff: - . W f yi A, ' X ,. I :Q yi," 31,3 ' f V, ,ny if .. W Y , The winner f 6" f ww f 1 . I . . , I f, fa f, i yn l O i 4 Zi? .fxw 1. f MPV' 'I 4 'I iz' 91 - ' .. X770 f f ini' f'f' ,f -fxff I ' ff .V . ',,. A- . A- ' .,,.,f t if t... 1 3 t itih. f -.-. '1,V it 'ff f ' 'Z 2-if?-1 '1'1. 95f'5Q.'IH 32 X ' " X - ff-rvrtf-f ,,.,, ,.,, ,,,,, DICK RICHARDSON Y. D. WESTERFIELO M.A. M.A., B.D. A principle of education is that of the har- moniousdevelopment of all the faculties and powers. It is not the mind alone which needs to be educated but the tastes and the sensibili- ties, the moral and religious impulses and the body is not to be neglected while the mind and soul are being trained, for the ideal product of the schools will be a man as perfect in physique as he is clear in his thinking and conscientious in his life. PLATO. If U, li ., Q .,-,, . ' X ,lm lx" RUN B- Buch CELESTE JOHNSON ssl ' A B BLANCHE DEVOR B. MUS. 2'-33' it 'sw is X 5 91 . 1 J '74 ,Z Q 2 , Z, if ,,., Q EA . fm wi fo ,M , ,," ,, www ,wwf iw fi Chalk artist ' g The Love of Art is necessary to the complete man. Whatever may be said of the cold in- tellectual spirit, one attains a high standard of humanity only when he possesses a heart warmed and ennohled by a vivid conception of the Beautiful found in the rainbow, the color of the leaf, and the sparkle of the rills, works framed in nature and hung in God's great art gallery-the universe. Man sees th-e real spirit shining through material forms, and architec- ture, sculpture, painting, music and poetry follow. Noble thought and action, right and truth, all perfect things partake of the essence of Beauty. BAKER. Ivory hunter JLSIA BELL MATHERLY RACHEL OSIPOFF ERA PENISTON DOLORES ROLL MA. A.B., B. MUS. B- MUS., MA- 4,5 f 3' 7 yy ,I A' , ,ff f ,zfmwyy 3, ,,,,,f,. ,,.,, ,, - Egwvjyyjv Q ' ' ' " ' ' V X in I V,!rv ,f fiff 'twywygk 3' ,ffi?'724ff'2 1' M p if ,- ' L V V-43,53 , , , ., , , , .Q , k f ., xx "?'..."' Lux I1 SL A ' -'W'f-WS Cecn, B. HAMANN use Ph D HRH xll"l7 PAUL RXY x i "U" Ph.D. X. D XX IYH ru IH n ' X. ' 1 l ROHER1' F. WILEY ' ' ' A MA. SCIENCE We must use the right key if we want to fight paralyzing skepticism and destructive ma- terialism which are by no means the inevitable consequences of the scientific interpretation of nature, as we have been led to believe. There- fore, we must attack the enemy with his own weapons and on his own ground. We cannot ight tanks with cavalry, nor planes with bows and arrows. Science was used to sap the base of religion. Science must be used to consoli- date it. It is imperative for the layman to know something of modern scientific and philo- sophic thought, and to learn how to use it so as to avoid being misled and impressed by the reasoning of materialistic scientists who, even if they are of good faith, are not always free from error. LECOMTE DU NOUY. The missing amoeba - MRS. HOVVARD Presidenfs Secreiary Z. T. JOHNSON, JR. Buildings and Grounds MRS. KUSCHE Dean's Secrelary MRS, LANNOM Dietitian MRS, MIKKELSON Registrar 'NM' MRS. MOORE Clinic Hostess MISS MORTON Bookkeeper MRS. PHILPOT Business Manager? S ecrelary MRS. VINCENT Assistanl Dean of Ufomen Any college that runs smoothly must have an alert and capable administra- tive staig Asbury is no exception. We express our thanks to these Chris- tian men ancl women whose contribution to our efliciently-run college is in- dispensable. 1sTR TIVE ST FF K Clinic Asbury Press Bookstore Registrar's Office :Mu-7 K Library WQRKERS Business Office 'YW X ver 'ffwywx f 2 4 ww, X 91,1 ,f ' ff, f J ' .- ,... .---.,, ,7, 1 I . ,,. , ,, f ,,h,,,,,,, "4 , EMMA RUTH ANDERSON, JOHN BAGWELL LLOYD MURPHY, MARY ROSENTHAL SE ICR JOHN BAGWELL . . . . . , President EMMA RUTH ANDERSON ,.... Vice-President MARY ROSENTHAL . . LLOYD MURPHY , . . . . . Chaplain . . . Chaplain ANNA IVIARGARET LIGI-ITNER ..... Secretary BERTHA NELL KEY. . HARRY RUSSELL . . . . . .Treasurer . . . Treasurer BETTY WEBER BAILEY . Student Faculty Rep. ELLSWORTH CULVER. .Student Faculty Rep. EMILY EATON ...... A.S .F . Representative WALTER HARRISON. . .A.S .F . Representative VIRGINIA WEHR ....... JACK WILLIAMS . . . . . JEANNE MINGLEUORFF. . . LOUIS YOUNGS .... Freshman Sponsor Freshman Sponsor Athletic Manager .Athletic Manager CLASS OFFICERS BULLDOGS This year the Bulldogs terminated their four years of college life. The '49 ers registered another fond memory in their book of remembrances as they traveled to Daniel Boone Camp for the fall outing. Then there was the entertaining class play, NI Remember Mama," to which we can emphatically say "It was Gootf' The Junior-Senior Banquet in the spring afforded also a memory to be cherished. Realizing the need of a stabilized Chris- tian life' as they left Asbury, the Seniors faithfully attended their spirit-filled prayer meetings and Sunday School class, where Mrs. John Thomas' heart-searching lessons served to make this their most enjoyable year. I-IUBERT ADEY Route I STEUBENVILLE, OHIO Pgychology IMHIOV Student VolunteerS '2. 3, 43 Mmlsterlai Association 2, 3- Rom. 8:2555 UAH thing? lforlegggfitiwff for good to them that OKC EVERETT ALDSTADT LINDSEY, OHIO Chemistry fllfljm' 11 Choir 1' Camera Club 3, 4, JOHN ALEXANDER IIJZ4 Nlfillett St. 'l'Ol.lilJO, OHIO lfislury Mfljflf 5 3 N 1 ' ', .. ' ?rg?gent 35 ChoruS 2, 3, 4g Cflee Club lVl1n1steri.1I Assoenitiori 3, 4. 3, 43 Quartet Iv 3- 4' Phil. 32105 "That l may know him, H Tim 1.12. ff . for I know whom and the power of his resurrection , , ,H . - J ' ' , ' I have believed . . .H JOHN ALEXANDER EVERETT ALDSTADT I-IUBERT ADEY OELORES AIN-IMONS JOHN H, AMSBURY EMMA RUTH ANDERSON DELORES AMMONS 606 Fayette Sr. XV.-XSHINGTON, PA, llnmr ffmlzonlim' illnjor all!! SNUFS 2, 3, Christian Service Angus 1. 2. 3, 14, Home Economics U' 3, 3- 1. Chaplain .tg Student Xolunteers 2. Prnv. 3:63 "In all. thy ways ggknowl- edge him . , ," JOHN I-I. AMSBURY 2419 Bond Ave. EAST ST. LOUIS, ILL. Religious Education Major International Relations 33 Ministerial Association 2, 3, 4. I Cor. 9:27, 'KB'ut. I keep under my body. Frmd brlng It into subjection . . ." EMMA RUTH ANDERSON 1832 Roxalana RCI. DUNBAR, W. VA- Psychology MUj0f A Big Sisters 2, 3g Christian SCYVIQ? League 3, 4, Collegian Staff 33633413 brary Staff 1, 2, 3, 4-S SPam5h u 33 Student Volunteer? 2, 33 'Class SCC- retary 35 Class Vice-President 4. Matt, 6:33, 'fBut seek YC first the kingdom of G0d. amihls righteousness . . . Trans: Intern Associ. 3 Prov, Intern terial Matt. 1 4 4 X fff fi, 5 26.5-',:.,t',1-12 2 AW bf 4? 'fs V!!-'i 7 1 4 Q V 'xiii , Yi , f ' li it W 133 , 33 ,ik LOREN ANDERSON LOREN ANDERSON 4212 Hopkins Rcl. YOUNGSTOWN, Oz-no History Major Transfer, Cleveland Bible Collegeg International Relations 33 Ministerial Association 3, 43 Student Volunteers 3, 4, Daily Superintendent 4. Prov, 3:5-63 "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart . . ." JOHN W. ARMBRUST JOHN W. ARMBRUST 1181 Second Ave. AKRON, OHIO Religious Education Illajor Basketball 1, 2, 43 Softball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball IQ Ministerial Association I: 2, 3, 4- Prov. 3:63 "In all thy ways acknowl- edge him . . ." THE SE IDR JOHN BAGWELL Route 3 CARTERSVILLE, GA. History Major International Relations 2, 3,,4.Q Minis- terial Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Class BETTY WEBER BAILEY Route 2 KENT, OI-IIO Psychology flfajor Big Sister 33 Asburian Staff 33 Chris- tian Service League 1, 2, 33 Spanish WAYNE R. AUGI-IINBAUGI-I WAYNE R. AUGHINBAUGH 710 E. North St. TAMPA 4, FLA. Philosophy Jllajor Transfer, VVheaton College. Acts 2O:243 ". . , neither count I my life dear unto myself . . ." C ASS GEORGE E. BAILEY DAMASCUS, O1-no Biology Major Camera Club 2, 33 Asburian Stair 33 Chorus I, 2, 33 Pre-Med Club 2, 3, 43 A.S.F. Representative 1. President 4, Clubclldsjrigrzalixllii-2RePfegiEiti:e It Rom. 8228, H. . . all things work to- Matt. 6:63 "But thou, when thou pray- FaCu1ty'4.3' gefhfff f0f good to 1226111 that love est, enter into thy closet . . ." God ' - j Psalm 27:1-23 "The Lord is my light and my salvation . . ." JOHN BAGWELL BETTY WEBER BAILEY GEORGE E. BAILEY ,-"""""l, Wtww JEARL JACKSON BARR ,2 JEARL JACKSON BARR PARSONS, W. VA. Soriology Major Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 4Q Mountain Missionary Society 35 Stu- dent Volunteers 2, 3, 4. Luke 42185 ". . . He hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor . . ." BEULAI-I BEVINS BEULAH BEVINS 415 Dye St. ELEMINSBURG, KY. Socioiogy, Psychology fllajors Big Sisters 3, 4g Chorus 2Q Christian Service Leaguer15 Spanish Club 2. Rom. 81285 ". , . all things work to- gether for good to them that love God . . ." THE SE IOR CHARLES H. BEYNON, JR. 143 Charles Ave. STATEN ISLAND 2, N. Y. History fllajor tlllf7I'lIN 2, 32 Men's Glee Club 3, 4. ll Tim. 22152 "Study to shew thyself approved unto God , . ," CH.-'kRl..ES H. BEYNON, JR, ' - a,.i.f2,,v, 'S '- f A www ' Y .f. 'G 02. I. rf, LOUJANE HEYSTEK BEYNON FLINT, MICH. Home Economics Major Transfer, Flint Junior College. Rom. SZZSQ ". . . all things work to- gether for good to them that love God , . ," LOUJANE I-IEYSTEK BEYNON ROBERT JAMES BEYER ROBERT JAMES BEYER 16 Oak Terrace NEPTUNE CITY, N, J, Biology Major Camera Club 3g Collegian Staff, News Editor 3g Ministerial Association 3, 45 Philosophical Society ZQ Pre-Med Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Psalm 27:15 "The Lord is my light and my salvation . . ." CLASS DORIS JEAN BLAKE 1178 Waverly Place SCI-IENECTADY, N. Y. I-Iome, Economics Major Asburian, Personality Editor 35 Col- legian Staff 3Q Christian Service League I, 2, 4Q Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Student Volunteers 2, 4Q Class Vice-President 2. II Cor. 4.265 "For God . . hath shined in our hearts . . " DORIS JEAN BLAKE ff 'f I f , f .aff-f Phil. I l I Asbt teria Col. Z i a g Q X X N ,X x, XXX z se IRA W BLAKE l 178 Waverly Place STEWART SCI-IENECTADY N Y RAYMOND BOEHLKE GLADYS BOLLINGER MINN MILLERSVILLE MO N t . at-ef Kwik , . we . W-A-gig. , f - . . w-taxa-em, Am. -REQ? : ' ebiiiy 1 g g X gf lfzstory Major A Tran Phil. 4:13, "I can do all things through Christ . . ." IRA W. BLAKE llzstory Major Sfer, University of Minnesotag Ministerial Association 2, 3, 4, Matt. 5:16, "Let your light so shine before men , . ." RAYMOND BOEHLKE EIZgll,Vll fllnjof Transfer, SE. Missouri State College, Camera Club 4, Christian Service League 3, .tg Student Volunteers 4. ,l0Sh. 1295 H. . . be not afraid . . the Lord thy God is with thee . , " GLADYS BOLLINGER . L: 4 L NATHAN HARRELL BOND NATHAN HARRELL BOND 1635 W. 38th Place Los ANGELES, CALTF. Psychology, Biology Majors' Asburian Staff 3, Chorus 2, Minis- terial Association 2, 3, 4, Scribblers 25 Pre-Med Club 2, 3, 4. Col. 3:1-25 'K . . seek those things which are above . . ." MARGARET ELIZABETH BOSS MARGARET ELIZABETH Boss 4409 Highland Ave. Y cHATTANoooA, TENN. Psychology Major Big Sisters 3, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 42 Christian Service League 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra T, 2, Pre-Med Club 1, 23 Student Volunteers 4. Psalm 84:11g U. , . the Lord will give grace and glory . . f' JOI-IN W. BOVILL Joi-IN W. Bov1LL 407 Beech St. ARLINGTON, N. J. Psychology fllajor Ministerial Association T, 2, 3, 45 French Club 1, 2. Phil. 1:95 H. . . that your love may abound yet more and more . . ." 'ff - r-' ' 1 3' y ' 1 14.m,ax-ar aafmzf-QE' ,vi ' f + ' ,fn f rf' f 251 ijl,',,f Ky, S., HERMAN ljOYl'i'F'l'l'l JO BOWLING ZOLFO svIuNcss, ffm. WILCOE, W- VA- Pgyclzology Mf110f' Big sim 3, 43 Chee1'lwdSr1, 2, 3, 4. h of the just fl 1185 HBLVE the Pet Pros B435 the Shining light . . . JO BOWLING Pl1Nm.O!,l1y', Rfffjyfon flfr1'j01'.i, Camera ClUb,3' Chaplain N 'Minis terial Association I, fly, fl, l.icasIILLlcmli4l Superintendent of Missions 4, IIQHHNU tain Missionary Society I, 3, 4, 1' urer 3, President 4, P1-Ov, 316, "In allutlly wfgys lwlwfwl' edge him . . - HERMAN BOYETTE AlSllAllAM L. l5rmNnYm5IznY llmmv I Wins! fvl'lllNf,l4lltl,lJ, PA, l,.l'jlI'llfl!flHj7 flffrzjor Mllll5li,'l'lIll ASSf!fT1Zlllf1ll I, 2, 3. Phil. gimrg Nl press towarcl the mark lor the prize ol the high calling of ljocl . . ." ABRAHAM L. BRANDYBERRY ff JOY- jc Re Asburiz Secreta Cl'1I'iSti: Studen Rom. Of DON.-N LD L. BROXVN DONALD L. BROXVN LANCASTER, OI-no llixlory flfajor Transfer, Capital University. Mau. 62353 "But seek ve first th lilllililoin of God anid his righteousness . . ." C - CHARLES W. BUICE CHARLES W. BUICE 213 Atlanta St. CEDARTOWN, GA. Speech .fllajor V Camera Club IQ Chorus I, 23 Diploma Speech Recital 45 French Club IQ Ministerial Association ZQ Senior Play. H Thess. 3:33 'KBut the Lord is faith- ful, who shall stablish you . . ." LOUIS E. CAISTER LOUIS E. CAISTER Route 2 FREELAND, MICH- Religlious Education MHJ07' Ministerial Association I, 2: 3' 4' men glO1'lflCd 77 A t 4:zIg H. . - for all C Eod for that which was Clone. Radio 1 Prov. wt vb. xg. f If 03 " Y A f 25 ,,.,.,,4 if Z JOYCE JEAN CARPENTER BILLY DEAN CASE RQBERT CASE JOYCE JEAN CARPENTER 935 S, Holmes LANSING, MICH. Religious Education Major Asburian Staff 23 Camera Club I, 2, Secretary 23 Collegian Staff I, 2, 33 Christian Service League I, 2, 3, 43 Student Volunteers 3, 43 Student Fac- ulty I. Rom. I:I63 f'For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ . . ." THE S LESLIE CHAPMAN 1425 Helm St. HENDERSON, KY. I-listory Major Radio Choir IQ Ministerial Association I, 2, 3, 43 Class Chaplain 2. Prov. 3:63 "In all thy ways acknowl- edge him . . ." BILLY DEAN CASE FAYETTE, MISS. Psychology Major Ministerial Association I, 2, 33 43 Stu- dent Faculty I. II Cor. 9:83 "And God is able to make all grace abound toward you ..." IOR ROBERT I-I. COLLINS 1047 S. McDonough St. MONTGOMERY, ALA. I-listory Majolr Transfer, Emory University3 Camera Club I3 Chorus 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Pre-Med Club I, Quartet 4. Psalm 91:13 f'He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High . . f' ROBERT CASE 2102 Bailey Ave. JACKSON, MISS. Philosojhlzy, Religion lllajors Ministerial Association 2, 3, 43 Prc- Med Club I3 Softball I, 2, 3, 4. Rom. 82283 N. . . all things work to- gether for good to them that love God . . ." CLASS FLOYD COMTE 1908 Wall St. MLIRPHYSBORO, ILL. Psychology Major Camera Club 2, 3, 43 International Re- lations 3, 43 Ministerial Association 3, 43 Mountain Missionary Society I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Treasurer 43 Student Volunteers I, 2, 3, 4. Psalm I9:I43 "Let the words of my mouth . . . be acceptable in thy sight . . ." LESLIE CHAPMAN ROBERT I-I. COLLINS FLOYD COMTE CLAUDE T. CORBETT CLAUDE T. CORBETT 413 Clifford sf. PORTSMOUTH, VA. Biology flfltljol' International Relations 2, Ministerial Association 1, 25 Pre-Med Club 2, 3, 43 Student Volunteers 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Chaplain 2g Class President 3. Psalm 3218, "I will instruct thee and teach thee . , .ii THE SE IOR FLORENCE CRANMER 653 Columbia Ave. DARBY, PA. Rrligicur Ezlumfion .llflnjor Big Sisters 3, 43 Christian Service League I, 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 1, 2, 3, 43 Mountain lvlissionary Society 3, 4, Student Volunteers 1, 2, 3, 4. ll Cor: 4533 "But if our gospel be Ind, it is lznl to them that are lost . . ." FLORENCE CRANMER ZELLA CORBETT LOUIS COWHERD ZELLA CORBETT LOUIS COWHERD CAMPBELLSVILLE, KY. 7704 Bancroft Ave. CLEVELAND, OI-IIO Religious Education .Zllajor l-fistory flffajcfz' 'iiransfetg Lindsey Wilson junior Col- Philosophical Society 23 Pre-Med Club iegei Miiiisieiiai Association iv 2' 3' 4' A 2, Student Volunteers 2, 3. John 12:32, nAnd I I ' ,Wm draw all Matt. 6:33, 'iBut seek ye first the men iiiii0ime"'ii kingdom of God and his righteousness . . .ii CLASS BARBARA DEAN CROOKS 104 N. Walnut WILMORE, KY. DOROTHY MAE CRISWELL 417 Jackson St. HUNTINGBURG, IND. English Major' Speech Major' Art Club IQ Big Sisters 2, 3, 4, Christian Service League 1, 2, 3, 43 Collegian Staff 3, 4, Library Staff 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Phil 1121, "For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain." Gal. 23 20, "I am crucified with Christ, nevertheless I live . . .ii DOROTHY MAE CRISWELL BARBARA DEAN CROOKS I on f,., it 1 l Ro Big, 3i Chrrstrz Librarl Tfeasu Tri0 3, hn I JO bt dent John LET 4654 'QF .- i 5 "A if ' 541, 4, l -' , 232 ' . 2 fo Olaf L26 ,fwyyg ,f, JANE CROOKS PAUL CROOKS HAMMONDSVILLE, OI-HO I-IAMMONDSVILLE, OHIO Religious Education Major Sociology Major Big Sisters 2,- 35 Chorus 2, 3, 43 Basketball I, 2, 4, Softball 1, 2, 4, Christian Service League I, 2, 3, 4, V01lCYb2lll I, 2, 4, Ministerial Associa- ibrarian 3 Library Staff Secretary tion 1, 2, 4. L lp 'd ' S' ' Pl i T urer 3, resi ent 4, enror ay' Tiiidlsm 43 Victory Center Ensemble Ii l0hf1 32163 "F0EdG0cl so loved the wor . . ." john 15:16, "Ye have not chosen me, but I have chosen you , . ." JANE CROOKS I PAUL CROOKS TOM 0. CROSBY, JR. Box 1504 JACKSON, Miss. .History llfajov' Transfer, Bob Jones College, Interna- tional Relations 2, 3, 4, Student Vol- unteers 3, 4. Phil. 3:14g' HI press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God . . ." TOM O. CROSBY, JR. .lil A' ELLSWORTH CULVER GEORGE A. CURRY ELLSWORTH CULVER GEORGE A- CURRY WINONA LAKE, IND. SOUTH POINT, OHIO Sociology, History Majo1's lllSl'07'J1 M0l0'f Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2, Presi- Transfer, Ohio State University, In- JOSEPH DAWS JOSEPH DAWS Box 16 DEKALB, MISS. llfzzthematics .lllajor dent 4, Glee Club 3 4, President 3, ternational Relations 4, Ministerial As- Phil. 3:13-14, 'KI press toward the Quartet I, 2, 3, 4g ,Student Faculty Sociation 4. mark for the prize of the high calling Representative 4. V A - 1: John 15:16, 4'Ye have not chosen me, and flu life - - - but I have chosen you . . ." John r4:6g "I am the Way, the truth, of God . . .H Lois DILLON vrNroN, VA. Home Economics Ilfajor Pasketball 1, 2, Big Sisters 2, 3.5 HOIT16 I Economics Club 2, 3, 4, Athletic Man- ager 2. Phil 3'13-14,3 'II press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God , . .U LOIS DILLON WW77' f X X s rsnxrsr rt, muvnaiz ERNEST R. DRIX'ER 141- Hiwlly- 5, N.-XSHX'II,I,E, TENN. flf.flfn',y ,lIf1jf,,- Psillln 'HIIIZ "For lu' shall give hi angels clmrgc over they , , , THOMAS W. DITTO VINE GROVE, KY. History lllajov' Transfer, Ohachita College, Basket- ball 1, 3, 4, Ministerial Association 1, 4, Softball 3, 4, Student Volunteers 1, 4, ASF Representative IQ Class Chaplain 3. II Tim. 1:7-8, U. . . be not thou therefore ashamed of the testimony of our Lord . . .U THOMAS W. DITTO BETTY DOUGHTY 48 S, Freedom Ave. ALLIANCE, OHIO Sociology Mczjov' Big Sisters 2, 3, 4, Christian Service League I, 2, 3, 4, Library Stailf 3, 4, Philosophical Society 1, 2, Spanish Club 1, 2. II Tim. 1:12, ". , . for I know whom I have believed . . ." BETTY DOUGI-ITY Amo EVERETT Dusors ARLO EVERETT DUBOIS 700 Chestnut St. ANDERSON, IND. Clzmzistry jljajw- Basketball 1, 25 Physics Lab Assistant I, 23 Pre-Med Club 2, 3' Softball 1 ' 1 'J 4 'JJ' Rom. 3:38-393 UFO, I am persuaded , , 2' JENE MARTINDALE DUBOIS JENE MARTINDALE DUBOIS ALBUQUERQUE, NEW Mexico Sociology Major Dramatics Club rg Library Staff 2, 3, 43 May Queen Attendant rg Scribblers Club 2g Spanish Club IQ Student VVives 3, 4. II Cor. 928, "And God is able to make all grace abound toward you . . . JOH J MUS Minister? Mountaii Student Isaiah 2 JAN Transfc Teache Psalm is JAMES f ::s:x.'i::':w,.. . 'Q was Se. ,. QSM,"- '9"Z , 352153 3253.42 MS. Q . I K ,Qs s' of ? aff, Bafmks f ,W , Qzfrfif it , ,2 0, W , ,fi faster: 5 Mia, - ll 32532255 s l flhjislil' 1 2 fflfiaai .si f 1 aiiisizisf 7 4, ,,, Sill' Wifi -' iizilslss Wffff 224 Is ef" ,- I-' 1 114232 2942511 32 gag, fl? ,W fm ,V y ,,.,l. jiffies f f 1 4 4 fm ,II I sw' "4 - Qasva:.1'z::rI-':- 11, JOHN E. DUNI-IAM ,lol-IN E. DUNI-IAM 840 Norton Rd. MUSKEGON HEIGHTS, MICH. Psychology Major Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Mountain Missionary Society 1, 2, Student Volunteers 1, 2, ASF Repre- sentative 3. Isaiah 2623, "Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace . . ." THE S JAMES W. ENTWISTLE, JR. Telfair Ave. AUGUSTA, GA. Sociology .lllajor Transfer, Howard College, Future Teachers 4, Ministerial Association 1, 2, 4, Senior Play. Psalm 9311, "The Lord reigneth, he is clothed with majesty , . .U JAMES W. ENTWISTLE, JR. EMILY EATON EMILY EATON Route 3 WASECA, MINN. Religious Education lllajor Big Sisters 3, 4, Christian Service League 2, 3, 4, Scribbler's Club 1, Chaplain IQ Spanish Club I, 2, Stu- dent Volunteers 1, ASF Representa- tive 4, Student Faculty Representa- tive 3. Prov, 3:5-6, "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart . . ." GR GLEN ESCHTRUTI-1 3 PECK, MICH. Biology Major Camera Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Ministerial Association 3, 4, Pre- Med Club I, 2, 3, 4, Student Volun- teers 4. I john 1:7, 'H , . the blood of jesus Christ his Son cleanseth us from all sinf' GLEN J. ESCI-ITRUTI-I ,x A, .f ff, CHARLES E, ELAM CHARLES E. ELAM INDEX, KY. English Major Transfer, Kentucky Mountain Bible Institute, Ministerial Association 2, 3, Mountain Missionary Society 2, 3, Stu- dent Volunteers 2, 3. Psalms 84:11, ". . , the Lord will give grace and glory . . .H CLASS ARCATIA LEE FLOYD BULLS GAP, TENN. English Major Big Sisters 3, 4, Christian Service League 4, Library Club 3, 4. Psalm 23:1, 'fThe Lord is my shep- herd, I shall not want . . .H ARCATIA LEE FLOYD DELORIS FOSSUM DELORIS FOSSUM SISSETON, S. D. Religious Education fllajor C'liristinn Service League 2, QQ Home l-It-onomics Club rg Pre-Med Club 3, 4. jcr. 33:35 "Call unto me, and I will answer thee , . ." PHYLLIS FULLER PI-IYLLIS FULLER en N. Uhfieh sf. UI-IRICHSVILLE, OHIO Voice Major Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Volunteers 2, 3, 4, Voice Recital 4. Prov. 3:5-65 "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart . . .U THE SE IOR HAROLD F. GARDNER wORTHv1LLE, KY. lfnglislz lllajor Nliuislcrinl Association 3, 45 Student Volunteers 1. l,.lfjllH 1.2723 , . the blood of Jesus Christ his Son Cleanseth us from all sin." HAROLD F. GARDNER WALTON GARDNER WORTHVILLE, KY, Psychology Major Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Volunteers 3. Matt. 11:28, Come unto me all ye that labor and are heavy laden , . ." WALTON GARDNER " ' ROY GAMBLIN ROY GAMBLIN Box 373 MERIDIAN, Miss. Speech Major Transfer, Meridian Junior College. John 14:2-3g "In my Father's house are many mansions . . ." CLASS WILLIAM B. GARNETT, JR. 1505 Morningside Dr. ASHLAND, KY. History Major Transfer, Ashland junior College? Ministerial Associatlon 3, 4- Rom. 12:1g ". . . PFCSCIH YOUF bodies a living sacrifice . . .H WILLIAM B. GARNETT, JR- ..-1 N rg A -. 1 x i, ,. X Fi-wsf. , X f x ,Jia Q 4' R gg N ag . A A' S , sw.-vii. W Am 3, -em, -. .Q ,Q S . -., ,XR LESS' ' N . A 75 'S ' 4 'ef .1 as , 669' v I , X A , '54, 2, AJ- 1 v Q5 Af , N R , N X , 'wif Q 3,411 A -9.:,:,,.:a.. .Rf--o I 1-was " - - 'ow ' gs- S . - R- . Q .gl-, .- mfe. -' ' fiaiffz. 0, I V' L, , . . it? few . ww: ,az 2474 2 ' 'iff Jr' Mi Mc por Phi .iw I- : vi 'wi me 1: uw I Iillilli ll 1 w s. R N 'Z sg S .3 7 E? I ffj ff - ' xW? WW? WJW Qlwznf f W jot-IN WILLIAM GARRISON DOROTHY C. GIERHART W 9,4 Vance 5, ARGYLE, WIS' 1LLIs GIERHART RALEIGH, N. C. History IUUIOV' N01-th Carolina State Col- lege, Ministerial Association 2, 3, 4, Transfer, Student Volunteers 2, 3, 4. john 14:65 HI am the way, the truth, and the life . . . JOI-IN WILLIAM GARRISON Ifome Economics Major' I3asketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Christian Serv- Ice League I, 2. 3, 4, Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 45 Mountain Missionary Sofflefy I, 2, 3 4, Softball I, 2, Student Volunteers I, 2, 3, 43 Student Vvives 35 WIHUCI' of "A," 3, Athletic Man- ager I. ROITI. 32233 ". . . all things work to. gether for good to them that love God , , 2' DOROTHY C. GIERI-IART ARGYLE, WIS, Biology Mgjgf- Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 4- ' - . U Mountain Missionary Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Volunteers 1, 2, 3, 4, Gal- 27203 "I am crucified with Christ nevertheless I live , , ," WILLIS GIERHART HERBERT E, GLASGOW HERBERT E. GLASGOW COEURN, PA. Religion Mrzjrfr Ministerial Association I, 2, 3, 4, Mountain Missionary Society 2, Re- porter 2, Student Volunteers I, 2, 3, 4. Phil. 4:19, 'lliut my Ciod shall supply all your need . , ." MARION GOODPASTURE, JR. MARION GOODPASTURE, IR. RURAL RETREAT, VA. Psychology lllojor Ministerial Association I, 2, 3, 4, SCC- retary 4, Camera Club I, Interna- tional Relations I, 2, Student Volun- teers I, 2, 3, 4. Il Cor. 5:17, "Therefore if any man he in Christ, he is a new creature . . ." JEANNE GORDON JEANNE GORDON 1420 N, Flower St. SANTA ANA, CALIE. Religious Education Major Transfer, Santa Ana Junior College, Basketball 3, 4, Big Sisters 42 Col- legian Staff 4, French Club 3, Chris- tian Service League 3, 4. Heb. I3:5, N. . . I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee , , ," Lf -17:- x r:-A-.. , A - ui., nl. 1 CATHERINE GREENLEE 226 21st St. DUNBAR, W. VA- Organ .fllajof hris- Big Sisters 2, 3, 43 CTIOTUS 43 C tian Service League 2, 35 French Club 3, Diploma Organ Recital -L3 MUSIC Club 4. II Cor. 12:93 "My grace' is sullicient for thee . . -' CATHERINE GREENLEE Chorus 23 Glee Club 2, M Heb. 1315' CARL EDWARD GROFF Route l BREMEN, OHIO Speech fllajor inisterial Association 1, 2, 3, 4. , U. . . I will never leave thee, nor forsake theef' CARL EDWARD GRO FF CARL HALVORSEN 6 Aspen Place BELLIVIAXWR PARK, N. Philosophy Major Chorus 1, 2g International Relations 25 Ministerial Association 4, Pre- Med Club 4, Gal. 22205 HI am crucified with Christ, nevertheless I live . . .H CARL HALVORSEN rl' 1 A "'3': t A' ' i if Y r f' V f THlfl,TNl.f'-. H.-XMYXIOND THELBIA l'lAMlN'lOND llv lf. l'latrl.s0n Ave. jliFFliRSONX'II.l.E. IND, Sffflflffffjj' ,ilfljof C-hritrian Sv,-,gcc L,.,,.,,,e , , , 4, ' P' - -v J- i l'rcnrh Vlnlw 13 Student yohlnmen I, 2, 514, Phil- 4302 "lint my God shall suppli- all your need . . JAMES K. I-IANLON JAMES K. HANLON CAIRO, W. VA. P5J'Ch0l0gy fllajor Ministerial Association 1, 2 3 4. Mountain Missionary Society 45 P,hi1Oi mphlcal SOCICI3' IQ Student Volunteers Ii 2: Fl-- Pmv- 335'63 Hffrust in the Lord with all thine heart , , 2' BRYAN LEE I-IANSFORD BRYAN LEE HANSFORD ' Box 8 5 2 BUCKLIN, MO. Speech Zllajor ' Transfer, Central College, Qhorus 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Ministerial Asso- ciation 2, 3, 4, Quartet 3, Student S ech Re- Volunteers 3, 43 Diploma pe cital 4. ohn 1 I2 'IBut as many as received J 2 3 ' him, to them gave he power . - I Matt. Basl Soft Ron he . 5 7 XZ M 1 JASPER HARMON ROBERTA HARNEY KENNETH HARRIS JASPER I-IARMON 301 Main St. WILMORE, KY. Sociology lllajor Ministerial Association I, 2. Matt. 282203 "Lo, I am with you always . , X' THE S WALTER E. HARRISON WINTER HAVEN, FLA. Biology Mzzjor Basketball 25 Pre-Med Club I, 2Q Softball ZQ ASF Representative I, 4g Class President 2. Rom. I2:I-2g ". . . present your bodies a living sacrifice . . ." WALTER E. HARRISON ROBERTA I-IARNEY MILLERSBURG, KY. Sociology Major Big Sisters 3Q Christian Service League 4g Spanish Club I. salms I2I:Ig "I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills , . ." IOR PHYLLIS I-IEDGES TOWER HILL, ILL. Philosophy, Religion Majors rov, 3:65 "In all thy ways acknowl- edge him . . ." PI-IYLLIS I-IEDGES KENNETH HARRIS coRuNNA, MICH. Religious E11lll'IlflOIl Illajor Ministerial Association 4. I Thess. 52253 "Brethren, pray for us." CLASS BRUCE A. I-IEISER 916 Getty Ave. DURYEA, PA. Clzfmistry lllajor Camera Club I, ZQ French Club ZQ Pre-Med Club I. Psalm QIQ "He . , . shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty." BRUCE A. HEISER S-..- DORIS ELAINE HESS DORIS ELAINE HEss 360 E, Water St. HUGHESVILLE, PA. lliytory fllajor 'l'r:IIIsft-r, Syracuse University, As- Imrizm, Assoviate liditor 31 Collegian 2, 3, 4, liditor 4, Christian Service l,I-agile I, 3, 4, Student Volunteers 2, 3V 4' l -lohn 5:4-5, . , this is the victory that flYt'l'l'0lnl'ill the world, even our faith . . ." ROBERT HESS ROBERT HEss 360 E. Water St. I-IUGHESVILLE, PA. Ifistory fllajov' Ministerial Association 23 Student Volunteers I, 2, 3, 4, Daily Superin- tendent 2, President 3, Student Body President 4. Matt. 6:33, f'But seek ye first the king- dom of God, and his righteousness . . ." THE SE IOR ROBERT E. HOWARD 109 N. Hague St. corumtsus, OI-IIO l'.fyrlIofogy Il Injm- -lirnl-Islcr, Ohio State Vniversity, Min- isterial .'hN'sUl'lIlIl0ll 3, 4, Softball 3, 4, l'Pl'- "f'3"S1 "Wherefore take unto mu the uholc armour of God . . ." BOBIERT li. HOXVARD EARNEST W. HUMMER DARLINGTON, Mo. .History Major Transfer, Ft. Wayne Bible Institute, Ministerial Association 2, 3, 4, Stu- dent Volunteers 4, lfllm 13123 "But as many as received hlm, I0 them gave he power . . ." EARNEST W. HUMMER LYDA JEAN HOWARD LYDA JEAN HOWARD OLIVE HILL, KY. Biology llffajor Transfer, Morehead State Teacher's College, Big Sisters 4g Pre-Med Club 2, 4. Rom, 8:31, H. . . if God be for us, who can be against us . . ." CLASS ALMA JEFFERS 211 Spring St. CHARLESTON, W. VA. Piano fllrljor Big Sisters 2, 3, 4g Chorus 4g Chris- tian Service League 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 4g Diploma Piano Recital 4Q Student Faculty Representative 2, Class Chaplain 3. Prov, 3:63 "In all thy ways acknowl- edge him . . ." ALMA JEFF ERS Cl' Gl tio del -Iol .,. ,. ff! 7, 3 A I Xl: xx ' 29 kv X 2 ,fl Z IX y Ely Z4 A X QNX K , .43 Q 8 'QQ A ..Q , ,.. 2, I Q ,K 'W I , at ,pug-.,3,f...,,4ii35f I... 51, .... 42, V R it . X. ui . A " 1 ,:' .. '.,:'4X".?VS?i.'.f2 iff." ' I if :Ei-if ' ,SW f ' Ba Mi He GERHARD T JOHNSON Box 437 CLARKFIELD MINN. Ifistory Major Chorus I, 2 3 4' Collegian Staff 4' I-I. RUSSELL ONES D KAVICH BURKESVILLE KY. 2310 xv. Jefferson Sf. ffisiory Illojor LOUISVILLE M- Transfer Lindsey VVilson Junior P5-l 6110109-I jllfljor F I I A , I s t l 1 R r , 1 , ' 7 , Y I il Colle e S r. - - - I r, 1 - 1 I rg - hal. 2:20, I am crucified with Christ, S ' I rc Y U ir l , , , , 1 I, St r ' eg x Y I 7 4 r L M, . s ., 2 I - H , H l SS,SS.S, I i s 1 l r , " 'lil' fu I is 3 ' ff' 'I , , Wil WM ,MZ MW' 'V ,.f ,, of L55 QW I Glee Club 3 4' Ministerial Associa- tion I 2 3 4- Radio Cho'r ' u- dent Volunteers I 2 3 4' ASIS Rep- resentative I Class Chaplain 2 john I5:I6' Ye have not chosen me, but I have chosen you . GERHARD T. JOHNSON Rom. 8:28' . . , 'ill things works to- gether for good to them that love God . . J I-I. RUSSELL JONES nevertheless I live , . .' J. D. RAVICH , RICHARD JOSEPH KEIM RICHARD JOSEPH KEIM 51 Merritt Ave. NEPTUNE CITY, N. Philosophy Mrzjor Basketball I, 2, Collegian Staff I, Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 4g Softball I, 2, 3, 4. Heb, I3:5g "I will never leave thee nor forsake thee.', BERTI-IA NELL KEY BERTHA NELL KEY ADRIAN, GA. Sociology Major Transfer, Young Harris Junior Col- lege, Big Sisters 4, Secretary 4, Basketball 3, 4, Christian Service League 3, 4g Class Treasurer 4. Psalm II7:2g "For his merciful kind- ness is great toward us . . .H 51 EDWARD KINZLER, JR. EDWARD KINZLER, IR. MILNOR, N. D. Speech fllajor Transfer, Oregon State College, Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 45 Minis- terial Association 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3 4. Rom. 8:38-393 "For I am persuaded . . ." Lols LANE KINZLER 4701 S, Columbus Ave. MTNNEARGLIS 7, MINN. Home Economics lllcljw Chorus 2, 4, Christian Service League 2, 3, Collegian Staff I. I Peter 5:7, "Casting all Your Cfffe upon him, for he careth for you. LOIS LANE KINZLER BILLIE JEAN KNIPMEYER PITTSFIELD, ILL. Biology lllajor Collegian Staff 3, 4, Pre-Med Club 3, 4, vice-president 4, Spanish Club 3, Class Secretary 2. Psalm 91, HHe . . . shall abide under the shadow of the Almightyfl BILLIE JEAN KNIPMEYER NAOMI KRAMER 724 lVlain St. DURYEA, PA. Biology Mfljflf Chorus 2, 3, Christian Service League I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, Pre-Med Club I, 2, 3, 4- II Tim. 1:12, 'Tor I know whom I have believed , . ,U NAOMI KRAMER 'HUB fi . ,Q .4 ft H.-NRl.AN R. LEVSEN HARLAN R. LEvsEN oor,ANo, s, D, lll.Yff1l'j' .llnjgr Ch-c Club 3, 4, vi w'11 Q - ls 1 twin. 5.25-52, , . . all things work Inlptllt-r lm' gnml m them that love Gnd . . ." ANNA MARGARET LIGHTNER ANNA MARGARET LIGHTNER 609 E. North Bluegrass Park Drive LEXINGTON, KY, Psychology Major Big SiSf6rS 2 3 ' Cheerlead . Christian Service Leagugr 122' Vice-president 33 Class S ' ecretary 4, Phil. II -HB 4 9, Ut my G d h ll all your needci . in a Supply BEVERIDGE L. LOCK BEVERTDGE L. LOCK BENNINGTON, IND. History, Psychology Major-Y Basketball I, Softball 1, 2. II Tim. 1:12, "For I know whom I have believed , . ." LELAND LOTZ DOROTHY JANE LOWE HAROLD McCOLLUM LELAND LOTZ JACKSON CENTER, OHIO English Major Transfer, Baldwin Wallace Collegeg Chorus 3, 4, International Relations 1, 3, Ministerial Association 1, 3, 4, Philosophical Society 1. Psalms IZIQ "I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills . . ." THE S SARA JEAN MCCURRY Route 1 WASHINGTON, PA. English, Speech Majors Cheerleader 1, 2, Diploma Speech Re- cital 4g Library Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Stu- dent Volunteers 2, 3, 4. Rom. 8228, ". . . all things work to- gether for good to them that love God . . ." DOROTHY JANE LOWE WEILERSVILLE, OHIO Music, Speech .lllajors Asburian Staff 3, Basketball 4, Big Sisters 2, 3, 4, Collegian Staff 4g Christian Service League 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4Q Diploma Speech Re- cital 4g Diploma Voice Recital 43 Orchestra, Secretary 3, Efficiency Manager 4, Psalms 37:55 "Commit thy way unto the Lord . . ." HAROLD MCCOLLUM MURPI-IYSBORO, ILL. Sociology .lllajor Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 4. Matt. 6:33g 'tBut seek ye first the kingdom of God, and His righteousness . , ." IOR CLASS JAMES MACKAY Route 1 MT. MORRIS, MICH. Biology Major Ministerial Association 2, 4, Orches- tra 2, 3, Student Volunteers 2, 4. Eph. 3:20, ". . . He. . .is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask . . X' ROBERT HAROLD MARSHALL HAIGLER, NEB. I Psychology Major Transfer, Birmingham Southern Col- lege, Ministerial Association 2. Acts 1:85 "But ye shall receive power . . ." SARA JEAN MCCURRY JAMES MACKAY l ROBERT HAROLD MARSHALL A ,JW ff! fl! I mf , . Ei X BETTY MARTIN BILL MEADE A DUANE A. MEIER BETTY MARTIN BILL MEADE DUANE A. MEIER XVILMORE, KY. Box 174 BYRON, MICH. fingliylz illnjor DAVY, W- VA- Religious Education flfajor Big Sistt-rs 2, 32 Chorus .tg Fhristian Piyfhology' Iflitory Ala-70,5 Softball 3. 5l"'Vif'C Ifililllff I, 21 3. 4- Ministerial Association I 2 3 4' ' I 1 . - , II 1 ,I , . P . ,. Mountain Missionary Societsi 2, 4g Rom' 838 39, Foilam lmv, 3,5-6, Ilust In the Lord with Student Volunteers I 7' perguadedu, I :Ill lllllll' hcnrt . , ' "' 4' l Psalm 9I:2g ". . . He is my refuge and my fortressg my God , . ." l l -I I SYLVBSTER MICHAEL ALFRED MILLER W, L. MILNER ."xBlpRDlflfN, OHIO 210 N Ash St R t 3 + ' OUR l'l11Io.mfwl:y Illajor WIC!-IITA, KAN. RANGER, TEXAS -llillll gilng "I-'or God so loved the Phl!0S0fJhy flffIj07' Philosophy flff!Zj0f w'li.,," ... ... .. uni Mmmerlal Association I, 2, 3, 4. Chorus 3g MIHISICFIHI Association .,' 4, . . 21 31 "l" ,H Isaiah 26:35 Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace. , ." John 3:I6g "For God so loved the world . . ." SYINIQSTER Mics-IAEI, W ALFRED MILLER W, L. MILNER Q 5' 'iii X7 +1 jlfiifwf V f -:wg gun! 5 JEANNE MINGLEDORFF BERRIEN MINTER WAYNE A. MONROE, JR. DOUGLAS, GA. JAKIN, GA' Box 347 Chemistry .Mayor Philosophy jlgjof POLOTKA, FLA. Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 2 Transfer Bob 0 A . . E11ffirl1,S f'I't'1IJllfl'0I'X f i .I V195 College, Chorus -7 P .7 33 Pfe'Med Club 21 Secretafi' 31 45 3, Miriisterial Association 3. , Spanish Qlub 2, 35 Class Athletic Irov. 326, "In all. thy ways acknowl- Manager 3, 4. PTOV- 335-53 'KTrust in the Lord with edge him - - -W Matt. 6:33, "But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness . . ." JEANNE MINGLEDORFF all thine heart . . ," BERRIEN MINTER WAYNE A, MONROE, JR, -ns., . i . 5 lk . HJC" f .4 l lrr, fi , ,M , X X ,f,,Hf, , ,, ff, M, ' , , ,,f,f,, X ,,7C4,:QJfyf M14 , f , ,,f,,,,4f,,,' ,M ,. 'ff,,',,,., JA, ,, nf f, woo! ' x 'ff.1,7i,4ff,:,,'ff? if 'iffy fm f of yo? fy fi f fffof ff 2 ILENE MOSI-IER ILENE MOSHER CARDINGTON, Oi-no Religious Education flfajor Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, Chris- tian Service League 1, 2, 4, Pre-Med Club 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 4, Spanish Club 2, Student Volunteers I, 2, 4. Phil. I 121, "For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gainf' MARIE OWENS MOSI-IER MARIE OWENS MOSHER HAMILTON, OHIO Biology fllajor Christian Service League 1, 2, 3, 4, Collegian 4, Pre-Med Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Student Volunteers 2, 3. 4- Isaiah 41:10, "Fear thou not, for I am with thee , . ." 55 f , . ,,m,f, MARY SHOWALTER MUFFLY MARY S1-IOWALTER MUFFLY CRAIG, MO. Home Economics Illajor Transfer, Kletzing College, Christian Service League 1, 2, 3, Girlls Trio 3, 4, Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Volunteers 1, 2, 3, 4, Student VVives 4. Phil. 4:13, "I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me." wicaff. ff 2 if fi6.ffQ,2ig?C"2ff7j,1f'5fe,' 1273? fffozif ffif CQ! f ff 21,7 V, 1.2, Q LLOYD J ILENE MU'ZZY Route 2 . MURPHY 49 Louisiana St. DETROIT, MICH. Psychology Major French Club 43 II Cor. 4:73 ". . of the power may be of God . . .U LLOYD J MURPHY .49 CORUNNA, MICH. Honze Economics flfdjw Big Sisters 3, 4, Christian Service League 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 35 Student Volunteers 1. Class Chaplain 4- , that the excellency Gal. 2:20, 'KI am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I l1ve . . .U ILENE MUZZY MIRIAM LJAUMANN 1331 Gibbs Ave., N, E, CANTON s, OH1O Firm o flfojor Big Sisters 2, 3, 43 Chorus 45 Chrsitizrn Service League 4.3 Orches- tra 4. Rom. 8:28-295 ". . . all things work together for good to them that love God . . ." MIRIAM NAUMANN 4-v-V CMA IN E, N-XX LOR CHARLES I-I. NOBLE, JR, EMMETT RAY OSBORNE CALVIN E NAYLQR S27 Pom Aw. CHARLES H. NOBLE, JR. EMMETT RAY OSBORNE DURYEA. PA 28 Seal Rock Dr. P1-HLQ, OHIO f'l1'111i I ll 0' SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF' Religion -7ll0j0"' I 1 -f1'j'. llj0l' S . ., , eech - . . . . . Irnnslcr. Ixhiuh Vniversitv' I P Major Ministerial Associatlon I, 2, 4- 'imml Rclmi""i 3- 3- 4' l5rel7iIeditCllIE1i1J- Clhansferi University of Califomiai ff bodies Rom. SQJS: . . all things work to- Mattlf T205 icwherefolle by their gt-rlwr for good to them than love ruits ye shall know themg, God " 2553 I 5 4 I MARVIN HENRY OSBORNE RICHARD I-I. PETERSON DOROTHY PHILLIPPI MARVIN HENRY OSBORNE RICHARD I-I. PETERSON DOROTHY PHILLIPPI ' JACKSON, MISS. Route 1, Box 28 . Route 1 Speech Major BARTOW, FLA, MARTINS FERRY, OHIO Ministerial Association I 2 4 Psychology Major' Psychology .flflnjor ! 3 ' . Chorus 23 French Club 43 Ministerial Certificate in Speech 43 Christian Matt' 283203 H' ' ' and IO' I am with Association 2, 4Q Student Volunteers 2. Service League I, 23 Camera Club I, 23 Mountain Missionary Society 33 Spanish Club 23 Student Volunteers I. 4- you alway . . ." I Cor. 13:12-133 ". . . but the greatest of these is charity." john 10:43 'Q . , he goeth before them, and the sheep follow him . . ." THE SE RCLASS HARVEY L. PIERCE FLORENCE PIPER JAMES W. POWELL, JR. 44 Newbury St. 60 Oneida Ave. 401 Green Sf. BROCKTON, MASS. DUMONT, N. HATTIESBURG, MISS. Histor Ma'oV Religious Education Major Psychology fllajor LV 7 I Chorus 2, 33 Glee Club 33 Ministerial Basketball 35 Christian Service Transfer, .Mississippi .Southern Cole Association 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Stu- League 23 Collegian Staif 41 Pre- lege3 Ministerial Association I, 3, 4, dent Volunteers 2, 3. Med Club 3, 43 School Nurse 2, 3, 43 Softball I, 2, 3, 4g Athletic Manager Student Vo unteers 2, 2, 3- II Cor. 5:19' ". . . and hath com- l . l , mitted uinto us the word of Isaiah 26:33 "Thou wilt keep him In II Cor. 12393 ". . . My grace IS suf- reconciliation . u 'U perfect peace , I .H ficleflt I-OI' thee - . . HARVEY L, 1:-IERQE FLORENCE PIPER JAMES W. POWELL, JR. aa f if 1 L JOHN FRANKLIN PRIEST KATHLEEN PRESLEY KATHLEEN PRESLEY INA, ILL, Psychology flfifajor AXVS vice-president 3, president 4, C'hristian Service League I, 2, 4, mis- sion secretary 4, Collegian Staff 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Student Volunteers II 2. 4- I Thess. 5:24, f'Faithful is he that calleth you, who also will do it. H ZENA MARIE PRETTYMAN ZENA MARIE PRETTYMAN 1906 Malvern Ave. DAYTON, OHIO Speech Major AVVS publicity manager 3, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 1, Cheer- leader I, 2, 3, 4, Collegian Staff 3, 4, Big Sisters 4, Pre-Med Club I, 2, 3, 4, publicity manager 3, Softball I, 2, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, Diploma Speech Recital 4. josh. 129, U. . . Be not afraid . . for the Lord thy God is with thee . , 3' THE SENIOR JENNIE AGNES PROPERT 515 State St. CAMDEN, N, J. Rvligiozls Ifzlurafion Jllajor Bill Sirtcrs 3, Christian Service lg-01111310 I, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 3, 4, Plmlllhll Club I, 21 Student Volun- teers I, 2, 3, 4, Gal. 2:20, "I :Im crucified with Christ, ncvcrtlwlcss l live , , ," ,lliNNlE AGNES PROPERT ROBERT C. PUGI-I Route 1 CRITTENDEN, KY. Religion Major Ministerial Association I, 2, 4, Moun- tain Missionary Society I, 2, .4, Phil. 4:13, HI can do all things through Christ . . f' ROBERT C. PUGI-I Joi-IN FRANKLIN PRIEST Route 5 VINCENNES, IND. English Major Basketball 3, 4, Collegian Staff I, 4, Business Manager 4, Ministerial As- sociation I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, Soft- ball 3, 4, Tennis 3. Psalms 55:16, H. . . I will call upon God, and the Lord shall save me." CLASS PAUL T. PULLEN 1564 E. Washington St. CI-IARLESTON 1, W. VA. History Majolr Transfer, Morris Harvey. I Cor. 212, ". . . save Jesus Christ, and him crucified." PAUL T. PULLEN Prov 5 4 f 5 I f 5 Z 4 6 Z Z 4 Z 4 2 Y Q R z e Q 2 H Pr 3125. as 5, fy 2, so JAY O. PURVIANCE WALTER A QUIGG ' RONALD REARIC HARRIS, IOWA 734 chestnut st, Sociology I-Ljajor DELANCO N J 312 Franklin Ave, 5 t ' ' KITTANNING, PA. Transfer, San Diego State Phzlofoflhy fllajor PI- . -I, - P V '5-6' "Trust in the Lord with Ministerial Association 1, 2, 4 treas- Mi it ' l Pistol? TXIIHJOT ro ' 3'au'thine heart u t .H urer 45 Softball I, 2, 4-S Studeht Vol- H S erm SZ?ICl?u2nqI' 2' 39 Soft' J -'J J' unteers 1, 2, 4, Gal. 2220i "I am crucified with Christ Phil. iilgillgut my God ilmll SHPPH5 nevertheless I live . I .H , a 30ur need . . . JAY O. PURVIANCE WALTER A U16 ' Q G RONALD REARIC EVELYN REES NANCY L. REILEIN ROBERT E. RIEL EVE?-YN REBS NANCY L. REILEIN ROBERT E. RIEL 7 Woodland Rd' 44 Grosvenor Rd. 8 Geclney Way MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. KENMORE, N. Y. NEWBURGH, N. Y. P5J14'h0l09J2 fwlljw' Biology Major' Sociology Major' Blg Slsfefg 3, 43 Chorus 3, 4. Big Sisters 3, 45 Christian Service Asburian Photographer 4g Camera pm .- , U , 1 . J 1. League 2 3' Collegian Staff 3 45 Club I, 25 Ministerial Association 1, V' 3 il?'thiE ruff! ln the Elml Vlltll French Club 11, 25 Library Staff 3, 45 2, 45 Summer Social Committee IQ l 6 cart ' ' ' Softball 35 Pre-Med Club 3, +5 Ath- Class Sunday School Secretary 1, 2. l 't M: z fe' -. , . em mlgu 7 Psalm 37:55 "Commit thy way unto Rom. 82353191 "For ll am the Lortl . . fl persuaded . . ." 59 KAYE ROBY Route 4 ALLIANCE, OI-IIO Music Major Transfer, Taylor LniversitYS Semol' MARY ALLENE ROSENTHAL Signal Hill EAST ST, LOUIS, ILL. Sociology Major Christian Service League I, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 35 Student Volunteers Play' 3, Class Chaplain 4. 'M -lt 'h' ...H . m'1"J'IO' llllt I mal non lm Isaiah 41:13, ". . . Fear not, I will help thee." KAYE ROBY MARY ALLENE ROSENTHAL YVONNE ROUGHTON SANDERSVILLE, GA. Speech Major Big Sisters 2, 45 Camera Club 25 Christian Service League 1, 2, 3, 45 Home Economics Club I, 25 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Track Meet I, 2, 4. Rom. 8:285 H. . . all things work to- gether for good to them that love God . . ." YVONNE ROUGI-ITON "'r"'Y: be so asa? V ff fa wifi f 719 max 4 YC " f , -f,.ff,,f in , ,ff,,.,q,3 f 2.5, fwfr .45 ff ,,s j JBA-4 K JOSEPH B, RQGGLE5 .losEPH B. RUGGLES HARRY RUSSELL ALICE L. SCOTT CHWTFR5 KY HARRY RUSSELL ALICE L, SCOTT 3 U l 4 .1 ' ' 716 Southard St. Route 2 f.11y1f1,vll, fl1.rfor.r -lfzzjory KEY WEST, FLA. KINSMAN, OHIO :l'S""'ll Vluli 3. 42 In-rt-rnnrional Re- Pr'5'f'h0Z0!fJ' fwfljm' Religious Education fllajor allnllx " 3-,3-.41 llffelflcllf 31 Nlilllw- International Rel t' ' ' ' ' it-tml .NWN-mrmn 1' 3' 3,41 Wcrctaw Cl Q aions, president 4, AWS Secretary 4, Brg Sisters 4, -QQ Mountain Nlis.5,,,mn3 Smitty I i 355 Treasurer 4- Christian Service League I, 2, 3845 3. 4. '-I ' 3 S " ' .-., . S nihClb 'Softball 1,2'Stu ent uprrttrl 41 .rudtnt X nlunrttr. Eqhilii 5,13 14, .HI press tgmvard the P21 s Votiunigers I 2 3 4., ' -- 1- e- ef Of the pnge of the high calling ' ' ' Isaiah 58:10-xl: . , and the Lord of God . . ." Phil, 3:13-145 'II press toward the flmll guide lhcu conunuallv , I 60 mark for the prize of the high calling of God . . .H HARCLD SHARP, JR- HAROLD SHARP, JR. WILMORE, KY. Psychology lllojor Chorus 1, 2, 3, is ,Cilee ,Club 3, ,4: Quartet 2, 3, 4, Ministerial Associa- tion rg Class Treasurer 3. I John 1:75 ". . , and the blood of Jesus Christ his Son cleanseth us from all sin." GRACE ELIZABETH SHAW GRACE ELIZABETH SHAW Route 3 CARDINGTON, OHIO Biology Major Basketball 1, 2, 4, Cheerleader 23 Pre-Med Club 1, 2, 4, Athletic Man- ager 2. Prov. 315-6, "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart . , X' THE SE IOR MARGUERITE SHIRER 3101 Channing St., N. E. WASHINGTON, D. C. English, History .lltffzjors Transfer, American University, Chris- tian Service League 3, 4, publicity man- ager 4g International Relations 3, 4' Student Volunteers 3, 4. ! II Cor. 12:9g ". . , My grace is suf- ficient for thee . . f' MARGUERITE SHIRER RICHARD SIGLER BUCATUNNA, Mrss. Psychology Mf1j0l' Asburian, Sports Editor 3, Basketball 2, 3, Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Mountain Missionary Society 2, Soft- ball 2, 3, Tennis 1, 2g Track 1, 2, 3, VVinner of "A", 2. Phil. 4:13, "I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.H RICHARD SIGLER W 'H 'WW JOHNNIE M. SHEPPARD, JR. JOHNNIE M. SHEPPARD, JR. STAPLETON, CA, Philosophy llfajor Transfer, Georgia Military College, International Relations 4, Ministerial Association 4. Rom. 8:28, H. . . all things work to- gether for good to them that love God." CLASS ORIN M. SIMMERMAN, JR. 2205 29th St. ASHLAND, KY. Psychology .lllajor Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4. Rom. 8:28, 'Q . , all things work to- gether for good to them that love God . . ." ORIN M. SIMMERMAN, JR. SAMUEL SINK SAMUEL SINK MT. HOPE, xv. vA. lfiologj' il Iajor c'1lIIlL'l'Il C'luh IQ Collegian Staff 2, 45 Pre-Med Club I, 2, 4. l,51llIlI 42:35 "Yet the Lord will com- llillllll his lovingkindiiess in the daytime . . ." RUBY ARLENE SLOAN RUBY ARLENE SLOAN PESOTUM, ILL. Religious Education Mfzjor Transfer, Hannibal La Grange Col- legeg Big Sisters 45 Christian Service League 3, 45 Mountain Missionary Society 3, 45 secretary 45 Student Vol- unteers 3, 45 Future Teachers, secre- tary-treasurer 4. Psalm 32:85 "I will instruct thee and teach thee , . ," THE SE ICR JUNE ELIZABETH SMITI-I 126 Sapphire l':Al.l5OA ISLAND, CALIF. Sfw'i'r'l1 illajor 'lil'QlIlNil'I', VUIIIIIYII junior College5 As- hurian Stalf 3Q Big Sisters 45 Chorus 3, 45 Cliristian Service League 2, 3, 45 C'ullI-gian Staff 45 Basketball 45 Or- f'llt'NlI'Il 4, sI'I'I'I-tary 45 Spanish Club 3, 4, vice-presitlent 3. lkilllll 37245 "l7uliglIt thyself also in the Lord . , ." JUNIE IELIZABIETH SMITH MARK LYNN SMITH Box 17 BLOOMINGDALE, or-no Mzzthezzzatics Major Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Camera Club IQ Chorus 3, 45 Collegian, Managing Editor 35 Glee Club 3, 45 Ministerial Association I, 45 Quartet 3, 45 Soft- ball I, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Volley- ball I, 2, 3, 45 Winner of HA" 1, 25 Pre-Med Club 4, Heb. 9:I45 f'How much more shall the blood of Christ . . . purge your conscience . . .U MARK LYNN SMITH JAMES V. SMITI-I JAMES V. SMITH Route 5 VINCENNES, IND. History Major Ministerial Association 1, 3, 45 Radio Choir 1. Psalm 311235 ". . . the Lord pre4 serveth the faithful . . ." CLASS MARY JAYNE SMITH zwow W. 15th st. Los ANGELES, CALIF. Sociology Major Big Sisters 35 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Chris- tian Service League 45 Spanish Club 25 Senior Play. I Cor. 10213, ", . , but God is faithful . . ." MARY JAYNE SMITH MYRON RAY SMITH Box 17 BLOOMINGDALE, OHIO Clzenzistry, Bl0l093' -lllfllwf Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Chorus. 3, Glee Club 3, Ministerial Association 1, 2, Pi-e-Med Club 3, 4: Softball 1, 2. 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, Volleyball I, Q2, 3, 4, Vvinner of UA" 2, 3, Class President 1. Psalm 9121, "He . . . shall abide under the shadow of the Almightyfl MYRON RAY SMITH FRANCES MAREE SPRADLING FRANCES MAREE SPRADLING SPICELAND, IND. P53VCl10l0gy, English Mfl'j0f5' Big 3iSters 3, 45 Christian Service League 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Stu- dent Volunteers 2, 3, 4. John 16133, H, . . but be of good Cheefi I have overcome the world." MATTLE SOLOMONSON WEST LIBERTY, oruo Sjmnish flffajor Transfer, VVittenberg Colleges Cam- era Club 4, Mountain Missionary So- C16ty.2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, president 4. I john 127, 'f. . . and the blood of Jesus Christ his Son cleanseth us from all sin." MATTIE SOLOMONSON HAROLD LEE SPEAKNIAN Route 6 DECATUR, IND. Sociology Illajor Basketball 1 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3 43 T9Hf1iS 2, 3, Athletic Manager 3i Rom. 8:28, H. . . all things work to- gether for good to them that love God , , X' HAROLD LEE SPEAKMAN ELEANOR STANLEY ELEANOR STANLEY HARLEM SPRINGS, OHIO SOI,'l0l0g-11 llffajor Transfer, Kent State University, Big Sisters 2, Christian Service League 1, 2, 4. Rom. 8:28, ". . , all things work to- gether for good to thern that love God . . ." 63 ARVIL sTARNEs ARVIL STARNES - Route 1 EDEN, ALA. Religion llffajor Chorus Ig Softball 2, Ministerial As- sociation 1, 2, 3, treasurer 3. Rom. 8:28, 'Q . . all things work to- gether for good to them that love God . . ." MARY ANN STOWELL 14294 E, Sandusky Sf- FINDLAY, OHIO Plame Economics MIlj0f IVIARY HELEN STEWART WILMORE, KY. Speech lllfljflf . . , h 43 Col- , 5, lI315a?i1S'SihSff2i,323CSdJr1IliIJliis325 SPED- TranisfgrgudgilgeZggiiungeglegj5 - b 5 Certificate SPEC? 6' 3, ,4w , , t'- , hiilalclgl' ljigloma Speech Recital 4. Wives 3, 4, ASF. Represema we 3 ' . . . God is . , ca lfl I C . 10.13 U' ' ' Hbut Phil. 4313, I Carl do an t lugs or faithful . . . through Christ which strengthelwfh me. MARY ANN STOWELL MARY HELEN STEWART JACK RICHARD STOWELL lll7 I'IurCl Ave. FINDLAY, OHIO Psychology Majrir Chorus 2, 3, 4, chaplain 3, 4, Collegian Staff 25 Glee Club 3, 4, president 4, Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2g Stu- dent Volunteers 1, 2g Student Faculty Representative 2, 3, "PrOv. 315-61, f'Trust in the Lord with all thine heart . . ." JACK RICHARD STOWELL WR 2 Y ROY STRIBLING JANICE TAYLOR ROY STRIBLING A JANICE TAYLOR SPRINGFIELD, MO, PEOLI OHIO Religion Jllajor English jwajor Tm gf S I - ' ' , , I 'lx er' Outmest BaPt1Sf College Basketball 2, 3, 4, Big Sisters 2, 3, 43 Gal. 2:20, RI am crucified with French Club 1, 2, Christian Service Christ, nevertheless I live " Leagues? 4-I ' PTOV- 335-63 "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart . , ." 64 NORMAN TAYLOR , NORMAN TAYLOR NORTH WTCHTTA, KAN' Historylfllajofr Rom 8.31. KK If God beufor us, . - s ' ' ' - ,who can be Hgamst us' v i " 51 f lf- 7 I 5:5 I! 2,52 .fyf 5 Q54 f ffff f WA! Zia' 2 . og x jf' Z 4 TZ M , f 5? .., f f If ,... - .--yi 3,1 2545598 em: f-' .s fr.-rf ,. . ,,,,,f, A ff ..-2. V. I - :-415 939 5 .5 2 my 3 579, 43Zf :fro if 32 f Q. xr., fox 232.127, Q Z ' GSW ? I f QM I' 1.431 - . I 2-E'5i.EiE 'Zi 5 :W wi it i E Eiga-: 'Sift fllfllli 3.1 .!., a 12.2. I - wiv. I wi , ,gy ae. v Q532.',.14fi--.3. R .- .,,, ,,. . ,gtg .YS .4 'SES ,,,.,2.X,. ,,,. . . -..f:I.:.:. 1 ,. Ev: ' -we N . aff. f- .ff-15' it 52 21 Izga-I---if was-M' Zfiil-if for 1 f .. .As 5, S may - f , 4 ,224 S, . 232 2 x,,. 4, 2 ,wwf Wave - 91' '-WW' o 1 ,V'V2?dff'QX Wy! , .A . ,, ., ffwgqjgfpttif f aff MIM - ,A ar, wwf ' 2 M.: mr., .1 rm! in ,mf of g 555 PERRY ALFRED THOMAS PERRY ALFRED THOMAS sso E. Pike Sf. PONTIAC 16, MICH. Psychology Major Asburian Editor 3, Art Club IQ In- ternational Relations 1, 2, .3,.4, presi- dent 2g Ministerial Association I, 2. john 10:43 "And when he putteth forth his own sheep, he goeth before them . . ." MARGARET TODD MARGARET TODD Route 2 BROOKSVILLE, KY. Home Economics Major Christian Service League 1, 2, 3, 4, International Relations 3, Mountain Missionary Society 2, 3, 4, secretary 3, treasurer 4, Student Volunteers 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Chaplain 2. Psalm 2711, "The Lord is my light and my salvation , , ." THE SE IOR MARY ELIZABETH UNDERWOOD WOLF, KY. Home Economics Major Big Sisters 3, Christian Service League I, 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4, vice-president 4g Spanish Club I, F 2, Student Volunteers 1, 2, 4. Rom. 8:28, ". . . all things work to- gether for good to them that love God . . ." MARY ELIZABETH UNDERWOOD LILA FORREST VAUGHN 2311 Bolling Ave. LOUISVILLE, KY. English, Psychology Majors Big Sisters 2, 3, Camera Club 2, 4, Christian Service League 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2, French Club 2, AWS Rep- resentative 2, Library Club 4, Student Volunteers 2, 3, 4, Prov. 326, "In all thy ways acknowl- edge Him . . .H LILA FORREST VAUGI-IN 4'-lik.,- ROBERT I-I. ULMER ROBERT I-I, ULMER HURLEY, MISS. Sociology Major Transfer, Mississippi Psalm 103:15 "Bless the Lord, O my soul . . ." CLASS EDITH HELEN VOGEL 13 Mayflower Dr. SCI-IENECTADY, N. Y. Sociology Major Big Sisters 3, 4, International Rela- tions 2, 3, Student Volunteers 2. Rom. 8:28, ". . , all things work to- gether for good to- them that love God . . ." EDITH HELEN VOGEL x5"N. 'M' JOAN VOLKERS ROSE WAGONER LILA WALDEN JOAN VOLKERS oENN1soN, ILL. IJA'-1'l'lllll0g,l' illajor Aslwurian, Circulation Manager 3, Christian Service League 1, 3, 4, I-'ranch Club, secretary 1, Student Volunteers 1, 2, 3, 4. Psalm 3228, "I will instruct thee and teach thee . . ." RosE WAGONER Route 3 PARIS, KY. Hvonze Economics rllajor Big Sisters 3, 4, Christian Service League 1, 3, 4, Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, president 4, Library Staff 1, 2, 3, 4. Matt, 6:33, f'But seek ye first the kingdom of God and his righteousness . , ." THE SE IOR CAROL M. WARNER Route l XY'll.l.lAlNlSTON. MICH. llomt' lfl'0lI0llIil'3' 1lIajor llig Sisters 3. 41 Chorus 4, Christian Service League 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Eco- nomics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mountain 5llNSl"l11lf5' Sfwivty 3, 4, Student Vol- unteers 3, 4, lillllf lzeo-Fl: . - For to me to live ls Christ, and to die is gain." CAROL M. XVARNER , . ' ' 'AWQ2 , ,,,, V , l f f gg , 4 I 17,4-.--Q ji. CHARLES V. WARNER 45 Grove St. MIDDLEBURGH, N, Y. History flfajcr Transfer, Santa Ana junior College, Chorus 1, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Quartet 1, 3, 4. Psalm 27:1, "The Lord is my light and my salvation . , J' CHARLES V. WARNER LILA WALDEN 241 N, W. 29th St. MIAMI, FLA. Biology Major A Cappela Choir IQ Basketball 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, Christian Service League 1, 2, Pre-Med Club 3, 4, Softball 1, 2. Rom 8:28, H. . . all things work to- gether for good to them that love God . . ." CLASS MALVIN WARNTZ COBURN, PA. Philosophy, Religion fllajors Ministerial Association 1, 2, 4, Moun- tain Missionary Society 1. Rom. 8:28, ". . , all things work to- gether for good to them that love God . . ." MALVIN WARNTZ Sl ls if ga 3 I HELEN WATTERS 665 Henderson Ave. WASHINGTON PA. English Hlajor Transfer God s Bible School, Big Sis- ters 3 4' Christian Service League 3' International Relations 4. VIRGINIA WEHR 563 Harrisoii Az. HAMILTON OHIO Sficeflz vllajor C. ristian Service LC'l',ll6 - Iice-president 3' C,0liCgi'lIl Sri ' Spanish Club I -' Student Volunteer' I .. 3 4 Qorregponding Secretarv - ERIC G WEHRLI 6pQ XV, Bnlrimor - FLINT 5 MICH. lfiyforti -I ajor egian S f ' International t-- - ' tucent 'ounteers - 3 4. xv 'R L J 7 Y , , I V ' h L tg I, 2, 3, 4, Coll ,L . tt.1l'I-3, I . . ' S 2, . . if -, lations -' Ministerial Association , , , 4 J ,av 1 Y R, N S 1.',3.+,5 1 Il Inn. U I on I I S - 3 K U 0 , ,,, , , 1 R 4 l l 310, .t . l R m 12:1-2' . present your bod- ies a living sacrifice , . ." HELEN WATTERS I're.,hm'In Sponsor 4. ' John II:4o,' . . . 'gif thou wouldest believe, thou shoultlest see the glory of God." VIRGINIA XVEHR IDADELL ARNOLD WEI-IRLI IDADELL ARNOLD WEHRLI 532 Annin St. DETROIT 3, MICH. Religious Education .fllczjor Christian Service League 1, 2, 3, brary Staff 2, 3, Spanish Club I Trio 2. Phil, 3:10, HThat I may know him . . .U JAMES T. WELLS JAMES T. WELLS 2839 13th St. ASHLAND, KY. ,History flfajoir Li- International Relations 3, 4, Minis- , 2, terial Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2. Jer, 33:33 "Call unto me, and I will answer thee . . ." ,A ,,,,,,,,,, 5,4 ..,,,q . V, f, , P Ii. I ' 'Tha I may know Iim . .. ERIC G. XVEHRLI se WN Q34 f ,,.,1gf,, aeyfygfy I . MARY JANE WELLS MARY JANE WELLS 512 W. Logan St. TECUMSEI-I, MICH. Voice lllfajor Chorus Transfer, Vilheaton College, I 3, 4, Student VViveS 3, 4, Diploma Voice Recital 4. Rom. 5:1-2, H. , . we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ . . ." E GAR C WHITE ANN WHITEHEAD MARION WILKES D . Route 3 GREENFIELD, IND. History .Major Transfer, Purdue University, Interna- tional Relations 3g M1Il1StCf1?.l.ASSO' ciation I, 3, 4, Mountain Missionary Society 3, 4, Student Volunteers II 3, 4- james 5:16, "The effectual feryent prayer of a righteous man availeth much." EDGAR C. WHITE 804 Kyle St. Cl-IATTANOOGA, TENN. Religious Education Major Christian Service League I, 2, 3, 43 Student Volunteers I, 2, 3, 4. Phil. 41133 HI can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me." ANN WI-IITEI-IEAD , ,, 4, 347156, , - f I ,fwnfg-:IS ., ,, f,,-34.--,,,,,.,.,, fv, CHARLES H, XVILLIAMS CHARLES H. WILLIAMS PINE HILL, ALA, Psyrlzology Jlfajor Collegian Staff H- 'VI J, I inisterial Associa- tion 2, 3g Orchestra, llbrarian 3, prgsi- dent 4, Tennis 2, 3, PVOV- 335455 "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart." 53' Q' .III 346 Golf Blvd. DAYTONA BEACH, FLA, Religious Education Major Big Sisters, 2, 3, Christian Service League I, 2, 3, Chorus 4, Pre-Med Club 4, Spanish Club 25 Student Volunteers I, 2, 3, Rom, 8:37, ". . . We are more than conquerors through him that loved us." MARION WILKES I ACK WILLIAMS JACK WILLIAMS NEW BETHLEHEM, PA. Pfistory Major Ministerial Association I, 2, 4, Soft- ball I, 2, 4, Softball Coach 2, 4, Stu- dent Volunteers .I, 25 Class Chaplain I, Class President 2, Freshfnan Sponsor 4. 101111 3236, "If the Son therefore shall make YOU free, ye shall be free indeed." 68 JEANNE WILLIAMS JEANNE WILLIAMS 509 March St. DURYEA, PA. Voice Major Christian Service League II 2: 4f Chorus 2, 3, 4, F1'CI1Cl'1 2- 3v Student Volunteers I, 2- Rom. 1:16, "For I am not ashamed Of the gospel of Christ . . - f f tr 7 f l EQ? ii i' .I Y, P, j 5 , , 3 , .. .1 . x ifiifziii ill El U ' vu!! .. .275 5? I E, if 3 fi we gy M t. is 1 A-rr. fi vi 1645225 f in 1 I My ROBERT E. WILLIAMS ROBERT E. WILLIAMS ALFORDSVILLE, IND, Philosophy, Religion Majors Ministerial Association I, 2, 3, 4, superintendent of missions 2. Heb. 13:53 ". . . I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee . , -" THE S EDWIN C. WILSON 19200 Manor St. DETROIT, MICH. Philosophy, Religion Majors Ministerial Association I, 2, 3, 4. John 3:30, "He must increase, but 1 SAMUEL C. WILLIS SAMUEL C. WILLIS 305 4th St. CORBIN, KY. Sociology Major Transfer, University of Tennessee, Camera Club, vice-president 4, Rom. 8:28, ". . , all things work to- gether for good to them that love God . . ." IOR ROBERT LEROY WILSON 923 Getty Ave. DURYEA, PA. History' Major Camera Club I, 2, 3, 4, International Relations 3. must decreased, Rom. 8:28, ". . . all things work EDWIN C. WILSON together for good to them that love God . . ." ROBERT LEROY WILSON CHARLES XVILSON CHARLES WILSON 19200 Manor St. DETROIT, MICH. Biology Ulajor Ministerial Association I, 2, 3g Pre- Med Club 2, 3, 4, president 2. Rom. 8:1-25 "For there is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ . . ." CLASS GLADYS WINNICK ORBISONIA, PA. Home Economics Major Big Sisters 3, 4Q Christian Service League I, 2, 3, 43 Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4, secretary 4, Student Volunteers I, 2, 4. I Pet. 5:75 f'Casting all your cares upon him, for he careth for you." GLADYS WINNICK 5 ! KV X A xxx .1 f E M if Q Vx W 1 4 X 4. Sv 4 1 'X Q Q- -If .1-5,1341 , ,f,. f Qmmd f W WW WWWW ? W' MM WMM yWMMm WWW Mmm f WWW WWW WWWW WWW, WM fff,, fwgfwf X fwwwg WW, , UW ff0,, V Www Wfmgf W ,,,,U V ff HO,S HO THOMAS D I TTO CHARLES BEYNO N Mfr? CLA U UE CORBETT One of the highest honors bestowed upon an Asburian is that of being eiecteci to Who's Who, which election is by virtue of a majority of secret DORIS H A X ,M ',.,g,, fl- f ,M -,', ,7 ww., wif ' 'ff' I gd .jk 1,' ,N l,,Q-Q n ,,,. g .1' F7 iii:-'3-'fi'1" 5 " ii j ifss . 3 tri, A PM ' M ,. P ' ' .ii A 329, I DWIGHT MIKKELSON AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES S PERRY THOMA JOHN PRIEST Josapu RUGGLES votes from the faculty. Selection is hasecl on character, scholarship, lead- ership, extra-curricular participation and potentiality for future usefulness. S A WEHR JACK WILLIAMS v1RG1N1A 3oAN VOLKERS KATHLEEN HENDRICKS, JACK VVEASE My , , .1 AMES IfI.OR1zNCE, JEAN LOWERY JUNIOR OFFICERS JACK WEASE . KATHLEEN HENDRICKS . JEAN LOWERY . JAMES FLORENCE . MARION STETSER . BEVERLY EERCK . HAROLD FRENCH . . . President Vice-President . Chaplain . Chaplain . Secretary . Treasurer . Treasurer MARCELLA D ILLON HALVORSEN .... . . . .... Student Faculty Rejrresenlatifve KEITH COLEY ...... '. . . . . . . . Student Faculfy Represenlalifue PHYLLIS ROGGENKAMP . .4.S.F. Represenialifve DALLAS KELLEY . . . .4.S.F. Represenlali-ve CORINNE MONTGOMERY' . Hlhlelic Marzager BERT DIEEFENWIERTH . Athletic Manager RUBY VAHEY . . Sunday School Secrelary CLASS OFFICERS YELLOW IACKETS The Yellow Jackets were busy as bees buzzing around the campus and planning activities which kept their schedule full. One of the many diversions was the Junior Play, "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court," presented in the winter quarter. Then came the fall and spring outings when all the Yellow Jackets gath- ered in a "hive', to enjoy the out-of-doors. Last, but not least, was the .lunior-Senior Banquet, where they were hosts to the '49 ers. The spiritual life of the Jackets was not neglected. Their prayer meetings, espe- cially their fast prayer meetings during the revival services in the fall, were inspira- tional to all who attended. a 22 ik I, f',f X, jf I A z I i 4 R i , - -Q V' K First Rau' A4 Lili MARY ANN ADAMS ..., Appleton City, Mp. Route I . . R Ei DITANE AELICK .,..... Sagmpw, Mlch. L f 239 North 3rd St. EARL ALLISON ,....,. XVashington, Ind. SGW Sonny Route 2 1 I-'I,E'I'CHIiR .ANDERSON .... Tampa 2, Fla. A 1511 Morgan St. NICLLIE JANE ANKER . . . Cppgp Beige, Africa R Lusambo A .. Swmzfl Rau' RICHARD ARMSTRONG ,... Cmpsvillp, Ill. A Route 1 N0l,Ii'l'IlA BAILEY ..p... Rock, West Va. V' Ii 'N Bax 56 A A 1 MVRIIZI, HALDXVIN ...,.. Argonia, Kan. Box 234 k 'i ROHICRT BARIiI"OO'I' .... Greensboro, N. C. 3 N Route l -V ANN li.'XRNIi'l"l' ...... Eau SL Louis, 111. 1 2035 Pontiac Road ' X R. E , r Q, A . . L.. ' : E A 'd Gpppfvv ,,.,ffS, .n :fr , " , "JV: V Q' ' 'f 'H ,, R A .1 x 1 1 '.,,e.,,?!v ,, i A - ,If , f , , 65735 i ' Q ,. .. ...E O. , , , p 2: X 5 x B f . tg- mr K 2. Mi: f 3 'as if 5 I' I BILL BARR Huntington, VV. Va. RALPH BARRETT Collingswood, N, J. Lansing, Ohio Oil City, Pa. DeQuinCy, La. Pensacola, Fla. Nurtheust, Md. Q X '-'A flrxf Roi? CORALIF BURNS ...... East Canton, Ohio Route I Rl'SSlfI,l, C.-XI.CO'1'li ...... XVesson, Miss. Route l. Box 2-40 Another Da Vinci? C'l..-XVDII CH-XNlPl3lil.l, . . Accomnc, Va. l.'XC'li C'llRlS'l'I.AXN . . . . fllllflllllllll 12, Ohio 6015 Xorinnn. Dr. l-.X l'.l.N X Cl..fXl 5l'.N ..,... Mobile 20, Alu. 366 Fulton Sr. A lfllll Xflln Nl.'XRY C'l.OlCR ........ S1lllSl5lll'V, N, C. lfticoMi ff? 1 K XX ll.l.I.-NNI CUNll'l OX . . . . ljllxCYlllBl ky. l.XNll'.S C'UUl'lzR ....... C'oluml1us, Uliio l'.X'l'SY C'R.'XX'liNS ...... :Kim :Xrlwor Mich. ff' w-3 W ,,,,, 1 --XZ Q- l ff" Q. m l I L if nm 8' Ai X fl First Row BETTIE JANE CRENSHAVV . Mr. Wasiiingmn, DOROTHY LEE CRISVVEIJL . . Lexington 28 402 Dudley Rd. MYRA DAVENPORT ....... Miami, 311 N. W. 4th Sr, ESTHER DAVIDSON ...,.. VVilm01'e, 200 Main St. ARTHVR DAVIS ...,.. jzicksrmville, 325 E. lst St, SMF 0 II rf R of Cf HAIL DAVIS . .... New SIlll5lllll'-Y, VTVIAN DAVIS . . . . .Villr Clrovc, llmm- Ky. Ky. Fla, KV .1 Fla Incl Ky 'VM-mam 'T ,,is CHLORA DEAN . . VVhite Sulphur Springs, XV. Va. Box 692 ANN DECK ...... LOUISE DEMPSEY .... 8500 iifh Sf. Third R010 GILBERT DIEITFENVVIERTH 201 N. Dade St FRANCES DITTO ,..., 1514 Cardinal Dr. ROISISINSDORSEY . . . . DALE DOVERSPIKE . . . Box 42 CLYDI2 DUNN . - - . Carlisle lo, Ind. . .Tzimpa, Flu. . . Arcadia, Fla. Camp Taylor, Ky. . . Nashville, Ga. . . Salix, Pu, . Mebane, N. C. First Row MARSHALL ERVIN . ..... Salvisa, Ky. MAXINE FALKE .... St. Clair Shores, Mich 22837 Poplar Beach Dr, A1,1s1aR'1' FALL ...,.... Pontiac, Mich- 469 S. Paddock St. ARTIIVR FALL ........ Pontiac, Mich 469 S, Paddock St. IRA lilflvll . . . . Marissa, Ill Second Row DVDLIZY FISH ....... Louisville Io, Ky. 1729 St. Louis Ave. ROYAL FISHIBECK ..... North Troy, N. Y. 2 30 Fifth Ave. GIZNIZVIIEVE CARNEY FLINNER . Dunbar, W, Va. 303 llth St. HARRY FLINNISR .... VVest Bridgewater, Pa. 717 Market St. JAMIQS FLORENCE . . . VVilmore, Ky. Some even have time to write WM' "-. A4 ,yr 4, f' F 5? 3 1 5: Z 1 gg, in ew Q l J 'e Gifs fm wlliil ,, gr s I-s T yin I X ll I 5 '32 l L :IZV HAROLD FRENCH . . . Gadag, India L' ul I 1 NOEL FRY .......,.. Findlay, ohio I 11816 E. Crawford St. ' Q BILLY GARDNER ...... VVorthville, Ky. "" ELOISE GATES ..... .Tampa, Fla. 111 E, Amelia St ' f NAOM1 GETTIG ..... Columbus, Ohio 1 115 Sherman Ave B.. 2 Svconfl Ro-za' l , , A , CORNELIA GILBERT . . . . . Stuart, Va. Al Route 1 xi LOREN GOVLD ..... . Louisville, III. Route 3 fl' 55 81 I I, l . r DONALD GRAY .....,. Elk River, Milmn. Star Route PAUL GROUT . . . San Luiso Potose, Mexico BETTY HAAS . .... McArthur, Ohio Third Ro-za' RAYNIOND HAHN . . .Jackson, Ky. ROBERT HAHN ........ Pasadena, Mel. Green Haven Sr. BRUCE HALL ........ Georgetown, Ky. 400 Gano Ave. CARL HALL . ...... Portsmouth, Ohio Box 453 MARCELLA DILLON HALVORSEN . . Pom-fl, Nell. 174 First Row JAMES HARMON ...... Asheville, N, C. Route 1, Weaverville Rd. PAUL HASLETT ........ Akron, Ohio 1051 Aclcley St. ROBERT HAVENS ..... . . Duryc, PH- 935 Foote Ave. KATHLEEN HENDRICKS . . . . . Jay, Fla. Route 1, Box 34 RALPH HENDRICKS . . . . .-lay, Fla. Box 45 Second Row MAYNARD HERDRICH . . Los Angeles 42, Calif, 215 Chestnut Ave. ESTHER GARNER HESS .... Columbus, Ohio 9'3 N. Terrace St. KATHLEEN HIGH ..... Ridgeley, W. Va. 48 Carpenter Ave. IPIZLDA CARNES HOCHSTETTLER, VVilmore, Ky. 200 E, Morrison St, ROBERT l-IOCHSTETTLER . . .Findlay, Ohio 219 Lima Ave, UNIO Punch it easy! - N 1 x l l CI ' 112 " wp- 4 "aim-15 Q ""! U9 X: 'Q ,Q -- N9-'Y 179 7' 1 , 5-5' -qi First Rorzc' FRANCES HUGHES ...... Bradenton, Fla. 616 12th Sr., W. LEE JAMISON ......... Roanoke, Va. 1707 Orange Ave. DOUGLAS JEFFREY ...,.. Riverside, Calif. 4482 4th St. MARVIN JOHNS ..... . Quinlan, Okla. HELEN JOHNSON ...... Cumherland, Ohio Route 1 Svrond R010 VERNON JONES ....... Plant City, Fla. Route 3, Box 131 JOHN KACFFNIAN ....... MCClu1'e, Pa. Route l DALLAS KIQLLIEY . . Route - XVESLEY KERSH ...... D-23 Briarfield SK. H L' BERT KILBFRN .... 19 Forent Dr. Third Ro-zz' FRANCIS KINZLI-IR . . . JILES KIRKLAND ..... Route 1, Box 240 JUNE KLINE ....,.. 602 N, Kalamazoo St JEAN LANCASTER ..,.. 314 Persons St. JOANN HAINES LANHAM . . , . . frossvlllc, lll. uttieshurg, Min. , Erie, Pu. ' v .xllllllllx N. 11. . Dover, Flu. Marshall, Mich. Fort Valley, Gu. Greentown, Ind. lem! Rr Route ru' IfLIZABli'1'H LEE ,,... BlIlgh'lITlI'Ull N ROBERT LEFFEL ..... Loulssllle K 400 N. 42nd St. JANET LFVVIS ..... Clex elwnd Helghte Ohm 4004 Ardmore Rd JANE LONG ....... Ellzabethtoun Helmwood, Route 4 -IIEAN LOVVIERY . C1st0nburg A 1 Scfonfl Ron' 1012 LUCI2 ,....... Knoxville St. IQMILIZ NICADANIS . . . CTIIRISTINIQ MCGVNEGILL . 2424 S. Jefferson .NNN Mc'IN'I'IRE ...... Route l, Nicholasville I-1I,IZABIC'lxI'I MCMILLICN . . 437 Anglesea St. u i tg, 4 f' A Xxx ' A 3.16 wwx wg X wgwv mm lp PY' Q- QUT 3,1 f . 4 Ll in , ff f I 1 1 1 v 1 ,ibv 5 -4. ,il f :il ' z l 1 1 E A QQ 1 -2 . x N. X L -so '7 Y ix .,,, X Fi,-gf Row KATHRYN MIRANDA .... Detroit 3, Mich, JOYCE MCPHERSON ..., Jeffersonville, Ind. 414 E. Court St. KATHERINE MADDOX . . . BETTY RUTH MARTIN . DVVIGHT MIKKELSON . . . 223 Jewel St. HAROLD MILLER . . . 711 N. Nlerrin St Second Row MITRIEL FRITZKE MILLER . Route 2, Box 289 DOROTHY MIRANDA . . . 192 31 Hawthorne Sr. . Moreland, Ky. . Helena, Ga. . . VVilmore, KV. . Plant City, Fla. . Plant City, Fla. .Detroit 3, Mich. 19231 Hawthorne St MILDRED MOIR CORINNE lVION'1lGO1V1ERY . 568 Nlarlcey Ct., Apt. 4 Third Rom' CLYDE MOORE . 103 E. Tenny Ave. HOXVARD MOORE ERVILLE MOREHEAD . . Box 705 VESTA JEAN MORRIS . CLAUDE MOSHER 85 Box 87 . -..f1..- -. tr ' ...:c. .-rf-..:4,g.4q-1 " .-,.:.-.v..-14.9 .Q ... .. . ..,, xf-..,.r. ...,f,.. Andover, S. D. . Marietta, Ca. Louisville 9, Ky. . VVilmore, Ky. . Gillette, VVyo. . Lenarue, Ky. Damascus, Ohio 1-1-.. ..--.. X First Row ROBERT MITFFLY ......, Malvern, Ohio Main St. DOROTHY O'NEAL ..... Ridgeley, VV. Va. X 30 Knobley St. Two finger turmoil IZDITI-I OVERTON . . . Monaville, W. Va. 'I ARLETTA PACK ....... Shreveport, La. 5925 Lexington St. GENE PARKS . . . Amite, La. Second Row ' I IIIIBIZRT PATRICK ...... Forest Hill, Md. DIZLORIZS PERRY ...... Ridgeley, VV. Va. 196 Main St. VIRGINIA PIi'1'ERS ..... VVichita 12, Kan. ' 331 S. Gordon St. .X QM T. I,OlS XVIANT PITTIVIAN . . Charleston 2, W. Va. 941 Hazelwood Ave. IIISNRY POI,I,OC'K ...... VVashington, Pa. 65 XV. Beau St. U ,af is! W, A-4"V "UL-.fr F NJ ' f X 1 First Ro-zu DAVID PROPERT ...... Glassboro, N. Route 2, Nelson Dr. LEONA POOLE QUIGG . . . Bloomingdale, Ohio Route 1 MARGARET RANDERSON . . .Austin, Texas 2003 Sabine St. MARY RANDERSON ...... Austin, TEX. 2003 Sabine St. BERNICE RIPLEY ..... Uhrichsville, Ohio Route 2 Second Rau' MAXINE ROBBINS ,,,. .Jamest0wn, N. C. Route 1, Box 84 HOVVARD ROGERS ...... Milltown, Ind. ffl W ,YN fl- if i' Tl, PHYLLIS ROGGENKAMP . , PAVL ROHER ...... 748 blew Garden A JOYCE ROOKS . . . . . Route 2. Box 79 flihirfl Rom' MERTON RUNDELL .... 2000 Sunset Ave GERALD RUSSELL .,... 426 S. Green St ELIZABETH SANDMEYER . 4114 S. Ind Sr. EDXVIN SHARP ...,.. 65 Church St. ROBERT SHARP ..... 65 Church St. nl . Nlilltown, Incl. . Salem, Ohio . Stapleton, fill. . Austin, Texas . VViChitz1, Kan. Louisville, Ky. . Rutland, Vt, . Rutland, Vt. X ' - - V in ' 1 . "F" "-'- 1 no 1"-'-' 21. . .'.- "'5,"f'I . '- l "7'."f'-1... .i'f'- ---1-:ff -Q af.: - ,-..4.:. O-.',v:.A-Qlif - dv -54-U-f-'11-,' .A..'- .--4... ll, A --,-,-v,sg.s4.b,J..:...,..Q,i v 35 I1 M fl ,-Q i, XXI ll SI . Alton, Ill. UNH C XNI SIC IFR . .IIlC'kSOl1, Miss. 1 IINX SXIIIH .I.ihcrty, S, CI Bloomingdale, Ohio . NIZllVt'I'll, Uhio lrleston, VV. Va. . C'hic'ago, III. Reidsville, N. C. . .'XIl'lhC'I'SI, Ohio 4 INI x wi nu xxo SI XRYI s . Knk0mf ,, Ind. Q1-M 5 -4 f f ' ' X! 4 Z ' l ff ff I , Nu, I f ,, i""1fzx Q' X f f , V f X V V A Ji 1, - , I ' Z "A',' 114 X ,Pl 1 First Row PAUL STEELE ....... Cincinnati, Ohio 3574 Michigan Ave, MARION STETSER . ..... Paulsbofo, N, J. 540 Delaware St. BARBARA STEVVART . . .Mariana0, Cuba Calle Buenavesta 22 HARLON STOCK ....... Toronto, Ohio 922 Logan St. CLARA ORANDER STOKES . . Crumpler, YV. Va. Second Rau' LUTHER STOKES ...... Homewood, Miss. PAUL STONEKING . . . Parkersburg, VV. Va. We WLNQ4 ,,,, or V' 4' in LOUISE SUTTON . . . oi xclo 2116 Illinois A ELNORA TAYLOR . . Louclonxille Ohio Route l RALPH TAYLOR . . . Pelcla 1 Third Rom JOSEPH THACKER . . Charleston 'XY V 1503 Cresce t Rd RUTH THOMAS . . . LOLl1X1llC 2341 W, Oak Sn CHARLES THOMPSON . 320 Alrhe BETTIE TISSOT . . . 318 XV. Ol JACK TRAVELSTEAD . Route MERALYN TREFETHEN . . South Portland, Me. 1 Ocean Rd. BETTY TROUT ........ Roanoke Va BETTY JANE TURKINGTON . . VVi1more, Ky. 1 RUBY VAHEY ....... VVaC1sworth, Ohio IIILRBERT KAN XORCE . . . . VVi1more, Ky. WILMA VVARNER ,... . Chicago, Ill. XVII,1.ARD VVATSON ..... Newbern, Tenn. Route l D,Xl,1. V1 AX BRICIIII . . . Charleston, XV. Va. 1907 Crescent Rd lox' v12RNoN wAY1sRIc:H'1' . ' . Dyer-Sbul-g, Term, 1223 Merriam Avc. Amc rx Wmsn , 1 . Gimme back that nickel 1302 Hanover Ave., N. XV. 1 204 E Main St x 114 Wfater St. Brooklyn Ave. I SCCOIIII Ron' 5410 XV. Rice . . . . . . . .Memphis,Tenn. K 3801 Longfellow St, l 'W 1 , . I 4 . i M il ' X xl W 5 1,4 L .-.ref R Wy ! 'ilu 75-4 2. 'H-..., KP lf f V l First Row Second Row DOROTHY WELLS . . . Geneva, Ind. DARLENE VVILKINSON .... New Castle, Incl. 1920 Broad St. SABINA VVHEELER .... Congo Belge, Africa BEULAH VVILLIAMS .... . Ludlow, Ky. MECM Tunda 322 Poplar St. ALBERT VVHELCHEL . . . . . Chicopee, Ga. HARVEY VVRIGHT ..... Jamestown ,N. Y. 15 H. Ave. 85 Wicks Ave. RICHARD WHITMORE .... Atwater, Calif. CHARLES L. YATES ..... Harrodsburg, Ky. Box 405 526 Main St. MAE WIGGINS ........ Pensacola, Fla, VVANDA YOUNGS . . . . . . . Anna, Ill. 310 9th EPT 334 Main St. , A ,.1,., 4 ,, ..-lf..-H M ' :rf . v I -1 1 y. , .. M, - - , " " ' "' :-:fere3-.g- ' f' -" H " ' 2- . - W ' . . ". I-1'--1 -?2B"l'-GL TL! , ggi.,Axxwv...-L-ith:--'-'4-""'4'4':?sr1-914-:wa-1-.H159941-f.-e-A-25:9 -"- .slqli- ' pr g- -rgnmlarg-...zgai-s:.f,1:-:,,.:v.,. -.r ' 2 A -X l HELEN SKEEN, PHIL TOVVNLEY f' IZVELYN BRITT, CALVIN JOHNSON SOPHOMORE OFFICERS PHIL TOVVNLEY HELEN SKEEN . . . . EVELYN BRITT . CALVIN JOHNSON MARY SCHAEFFER JULIA KUHN . FORD PHILPOT . PATRICIA CALE . . President V i ce-President . . Chaplain . .Chaplain . .Secretary . . Treasurer . . Treasurer . . . . . . . .Student Faculty Representative LANGDON GARRISON .... . . . . . . . .Student Faculty Representative FAY BROWN . . . A.S.F. Representative " JACKIE MORGAN . . . .Athletic Manager DONALD HALL . . . . Athletic Manager CLASS OFFICERS TROIANS A most active and energetic class this year was the Trojans. The chaplains made a concerted effort to foster greater spirit- uality on campus hy placing the slogan "Pray Without Ceasingl' over the entire campus. 'QWe Will', characterized the determination within the class to attend prayer meetings. To prove their love for fellow classmates they celebrated l'Cll-lU" weelc, which means. Can l Help You. Their slogans, which were very clever. seemed always to get results. Among other recollections are Helen of Troy Day, long to he remembered hy the men of the class. and the inspiring posters placed on their hulletin hoard. f M, f fhff , I IiL7fIlfNlf li lfl.OlSIi ll.-XRXIIART . YURA l3AR'I'1I ....... . Row1axA lililillli , ....... First R010 HOWARD AC'1'OIXT I , ,.., . .Lewist0n, Mont. Box 1060 RICHARD ADKINS ....... British East Africa Tenwek, Kenya Colony DORIS AKERS . ....,.... jackson, Miss. 757 Lorraine St. SFFOHII R010 CiERAI,D ALEXANDER . . . . . Marble Hill, Mo. DORIS AI.I.Isox ....... . Columbus, Ind. Route 2 I.AvIxIi AMOS . . . . .VVinesburg, Ohio ' Third Rau' JACK ANDREWS .,..... .Roanoke, Va. 714 18th Sr. Ni.-XRY Axx ANDREWS .... . Roanoke, Va. 714 18th Sf. , A1.1,1-:x ARNER ..... .... C anton 5, Ohio l8l2 Ohio Ave., N. E. Fozzrflz Rau' lfl.l,liN ATKINSON ...... Curtis Bay 26, Md. I Hawkins Point Rd. PAUI, AUGIIINIIAUGII ....... Tampa 4, Fla. 7101 E, North St. ARNOLD BAKER ......., Richmond 23, Va, 13191 N. 20:1-I Sr.. Fifflz Rau' Hon liAl.lJRllJCli ......... Lexington, Ky. 837 E. 7th Sr. ARBOUR ...... . . Ashland, Ky. 504 Wflmeatley Rd. lARRY liARNli'l'l' ,...,. . Erlanger, Ky. 49' Forest Ave. Sixfh R010 . . - .Parkersburg, VV, Va. 1811 20th Sr. . . Lansing, Ohio l-H3 National Rd. . Zion, Ill. l3l5 Shiloh Blvd. Bye . . . for now! ff Y I K V I , .I . , .V .., if .,...,,,. I A A' S 0 P H O M 0 R E S ,. 4 AAAAA . lil f 'Z J I X I , ,f x f ,ff fm W W 1 fw , '-v f ABOVE First Row HELEN BENNETT- ...... Mount Hope, VV. Va. Box 725 EARL BISHOP ........ Route 1, Box 66 RUTH BIVANS ........ 230 N. Yukon St. HERBERT BOWDOIN ...... Box 42 TED BRANTINGHAM . . . . Route 2 FLOYD BRAUN ...... 2222 N, Michigan Ave, . Amelia, Ohio . Tulsa, Okla. . Dover, Fla. . Salem, Ohio . . .Saginaw, Mich, BELOW First ROW CHARLOTTE BUCKLER ..... . Wilmore, Ky. 111 College St. RAYMOND BUTLER ...... .Poland, Ohio 36 Highland Ave. MILDRED BYRD ....... .Centralia, Ill. Route 5 MARGARET CALCOTE ....... Wesson, Miss. Route 1, Box 249 PATRICIA CALE ....... Uniontown, Ha. 31 Union St. JAMES CAMPBELL ....... Columbus 2, Ohio 121 W. Patterson Ave. ABOVE Second Row EVELYN BRl'l'l' . FAI' BROWN ...... . . 83 Pleasant St. . .OlInste:1d, lll. Marblehead, Mass. LORANE BROWN ....... .Roanoke Va. 908 Penmar Ave, PEGGY JEAN BROWN BE'I"I'Y BROWNING , . . . . . Atlanta Ga 646 Elmilvooel Dr. . , I . . jackson, Gu RICHARD BRUNK ...... Cincinnati 26, Ohio -4377 Eastern Ave. BELONV Second Row MAX CAMPBELL ...... VVAYMAN CHAMPNEY .... Box 112 RONALD CHAPMAN ..... l4-25 Helm St. MAN SHEUNG Cl-IENG . Kowloanto . Quinlan, Okla . Elizabeth, Pa . Henderson, Ky ng Hongkong, Chin: 115 Waterloo Rd. RONALD Cl-ll'l'ES'l'liR .... Route 2 ROBERT CH RlS'l'OPl'l ERSOX . . . Brookville, Pu . Ponca, Nelm vsfy AMW! gr 4' W- O v fliers: .3 SQQ4' . . 35+ sy , Q z g flfivwws ' I -WV '. ,J Af - ' ."vA'f ye A 32 . ' QI. .- -ev ? - Reese - KW?-:ers -z-s,.gff.,,fg,- ,. .f ef, aff, ef-::g1s:e., A "i" 55353 "" 2 " PM 'iifsiffizfikgii First Row P5L'1 CI-IIJYG , . ...... .S60LIl, IQOFCZI 311-7 Sajic Dong IYZATIIRYX CLAY . MYQYS, lx?" Nlxxjonui C'1,1iAvEs .... Newton Fllllx Ohiflf Route 2 Second Row lloxuo Cfohnuxx . . NVilliHmi1l2l, Off. Amcra Cfoluxs ........ Montgomery, Ala. 1047 S, McDonough St. G11-:xx C'ox,1,1vmz ...,. . Mason, Ohlo Route 1 Third Row CVl.XI,li Cook ...... . VVarren, Pu. IO8 Myrtle St. Wn,x1.x flfNJl'liR ....... Columbus 9, Ohio 34 N. Remington Rd. NIMH f'HRY.X'IlZliR. ....... Louisville, Ky. 779 Palatlca Rd. Fourth Row -lull-.s fl0lfL'llM.XX fllI.lKl.IiS C'rn'lxf:'lnoN ' l'.NIlI Y ClRliSX'l'Iil.l, vlUSl'.l'lllNlf flRISVS'lil.l. Kuo, i'Rowla l'xl'n1t'l,x Ckowsox .Xl oxfo D xvls . fl IVU DI-.lloll C' xkol x x IM-l,ox1g 806 Philatielohia. sf. Box 7l Fifth Row .Route rl h lloute Box I84 Sixth Row Rlouzu 1. 5514 Crestwood Dr, Hfdffll 0 ut below . Covington, Ky. Queenstown, Md. Miclclleshoro, Ky, . Cynthiana, Ky. , Frostburg, Mcl. w v v , Gary, XV, Xa. Hayesville, N. CT. . Canfield, Ohio Kansas City, Mo. QQ? J W ww Xjywoyf, , , 1 ,cf , ffafffz , A X f ffm b- WMV I f 70, 'f 4 Mwfwrf A 7 Vyvfj , f if 7 1 f M , " lgfhlg ylfygfg , - ,fhfgfff Ax M725 " 7 Z , Lf , 1,1 .fffffjff df, 7 ,ftlffff 7 ,- , 4 ,, . . ' Rf:-2-'Q 2-6 'ff'.It.'j:t1mYvfgS',gvfb.4q ' ,, - I "t-- - ' i ,. f my-.A-rn X ,-A .,.wt , .. 1- fm f..:.02Sh. f .,t,..,f... ,A N. . . .. Q, ,Wig -' ' ' "1 fir- . .,f:::11 ug ' tl . . 'SQ 9 - , . ' 1 - -Y 9553? M Q " . rf. f 'i "'r'fiQ4M?f WWW ff " Y ' W " whiff V 'af-'f -7 34:-? ,111-L ,ff r f.24e,:-Aff Aff 4,1 -2 -,f W- "Zh zz-',4'ffff77i 1,3100 f , figfyffyffcfl? QQ ', . ff: ' f fx,f.w iw + 1 fwgfffiff 'V ' " fffyfffwrf , ' f7f c-ffl , 'WD f4f43f4'f" if 1, "fi 7 1. 1 1' ' , ,f,,',,1 4 mf , 4 f SOPHOMORES t 4 ,Z iff! fy 1 l, f ' X 1 ff 4' W1 'tiff t st, ,Q ttws- xp tt, 'S I X xy I, tx t ' X :tx tt t t.'tt N. i Q 5 X,-' l W 21? M. Is, . .,. K X 'Rm , -J 31. I I 'W f or l stgae' 'W l , ,f . , 'I S I mi ,yi R 49- 'Q' 4i:'S33'E"?: X I o mg. , ..,. , . ,X . . '-" ,itll l ,Aw iii s 4 l- ABOVE F irst Row CHARLOTTE DILLON ..... . .Ponca, Neb VIRGILENE DONALDSON . . Monroe City, Ind CAROLYN DORN ........ Anderson, S. C 2020 S. Main St. MABEL DORRELL ...... Route 1 . Camby, Ind ANN DUNAWAY . . . . . .Elba, Ala VVILLIAM EDDY ........ Oakland, Calif 534 37th Sr. BELOW First Row EDNA ENTRICAN ....... Coral Ridge, Ky. MARY ANN ERICSON . . . Windfall, Ind PAUL EUBANKS ....... . Decatur, Ala 51 1 Jackson DOROTHY EvANs ...... ,. . . Muncie, Ind 1426 W. 10th Sr. BETTY FENN . ...... . Clayton, Ala Box 333 CHARLES FINNEY . . . . .Kingman, Ind 5: F ABOVE Second Row BEN EDWARDS . . . . . New Burlington, Ohio Route 1 BERLIN EDVVARDS ...... Greensboro, Fla. Box 137 JERE EDVVARDS ........ Fort Valley, Ga. 301 College St. J. A, EGGLESTON ....... Martinsville, Va. 1406 Chatham Heights JOAN ELVVYN ........ . Halfway, Mo. Route l MARIETTA EMMONS ....... Lancaster, Ohio 424 Eastwood BELOVV Second Row LOMAN FISH . ...... Sherrodsville, Ohio Route 1 PATRICIA FoosE . .... .York, Pa. Route 4 JAMES FOULKES .......... Lima, Ohio 1541 Oakland Parkway RICHARD FULLER ....... Vhrichsville, Ohio 611 N, Uhrich St. ELIZABETH GAMBLE ...... Cleveland, Tenn. 2819 Broad St. CAROL GARDNER . . . . . . .Naperville Route 2 , Ill. L l First Row ROBERT GARRETT ..... . 1704 Bond St. LANODON GARRISON ..... 182 Main St. . Saginaw, Mich. . Prichard, Ala. DOROTHY GEE . ....... Martinsville, Va. 38 Ellsworth Sr. Second' Row 1V1ARGARE'l' GERNER ...... Sweclesboro, N. J. 314 Vanneman Ave. MARJORIE GIBSON ....... Portland 6, Me. 501 Brighton Ave. BILLY GLOVER ....... 110 E. College St. Third Row ALICE GOLDEN Box 193 JAMES GOOD . NANCY GRAF 5475 Burns Rd. Fourth Row EDWIN GRAN'1' 1 -131' Ei Fifth. sr. . VVilmOre, Ky. . Irondale, Ohio . .Pender, Neb. . ..... North Olmstead, Ohio Mt. Carmel, Ill. HAROLIJ GR1FFI1'H ...... Steubenville, Ohio 1600 Pershing Ave. BRYCE CSRONOUIST ...... Phillipsburg, Kan. Box 27 Fifth ROW ,11Hli0lJ0Rli f.lROU'1' ...... 2400 Texas St. CllRlS'l'lNli 1'1AllN DONALD 1'1Al,l ,..... . . . 26 W. Prospect St. Sixth ROW El Paso, Texas . Jackson, Ky. Mansfield, Ohio ...v , ,..-, I SA?'f5i'w.g,w " ,I -. 4:4-R. If :-,f,w,v ' f , f fm, .fg:fx3.:,R.1-A4-V, rf iff, . A .V A f" 5' -A: ." 'B-"Mi l I AWP. - ' ' A7 Q 1 if f A -' Y' f' K- 'T ,ff-if 3? ri A be 5 5 B X X w A X I sl A F A w r N A- 3 f I gf' ,M 51. " 9 ' X F Z-' ' 41-Q2-,.If3'5l:'.. w g , qfggw. .. A . ,..- . . .. xii F1 er , 4' Q f ,kr L gg R is f .Mg r Q rr A A, , M In 3 K fig ra "A,' I II I. .. , awfaffvfg... I w 5 AROLD IANKINS . . . V f V I d ., . 'rf ' " "r' m y ' ' - 61 3.1: n - I ,nf N f 2 1, nl, VIiRxA 1'1ARlilSON . . . . . . . VVayne Mich I I " . ' - ' 5 fii " 'Q : 1le,3I:':i' 4022 Sophia Sr. ' ' . ' ,ff A I' 135-42525 -. " " 125113321 1.IlH.XRD 111-,Gl.lz . .R . . . 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S wfY'!Q5 X V R ' 552' 'riffwfffg 2 A. Jw: ,wi ABOVE First Row VIRGINIA HEINMILLER . . Fargo, Mich. DONALD PIOWARD . . . Olive Hill, Ky. MONROE PIUGHBANKS . .Crisfield, Kan. LOUISE HUGHES ......... Pensacola, Fla. 2201 N. 12th Ave. EDWARD I-IUN'rER ...... VVashington, D, C. 1667 Good Hope Rd., S. E. VVILLIAM HUSON ........ Irvington, N. J. PAUL JOHNSON VELMA JOHNSON JOAN JONES DICK KARPAL WANDA KARR LEON KEMPER . ' 2724. S.. High. sri -212: College Si. 3 5 Augusta Ave. BELOVV First ROW . Columbus, Ohio . . Christopher, Ill. 406 N, Emma St. . . Wilmore, Ky. 203 N. Maple St. . . . . . .Breckenridge, Mich. . . . . . . .COrbin, Ky. Box 54 . Canonsburg, Pa. . , I I 1 .,f,f.- I 5 1 . ,gi A BC JV lf Second Row LESTIIR IKE ........... Tyrone, Pu. 615 XV. l6rh Sr. JOHN IRWIN ....... Upper Sandusky, Ohio 607 S. Sandusky Ave. ' DOLORES JACKSON ....... Newell, W. Va. 313 Gran: Sr. EVELYN JAMISON ......... Roanoke, VII. 1707 Orange Ave. JEAN JEEEERS ....... Charleston, XV, VII. Zll Spring St. CALVIN JOHNSON .... , . Box 15 . Pound, Vu. BELONV Second ROW RUTH KENRICK ........ Lockport, N, Y. 48 N, Adams St. HARRY KIDD ......... Springfield, Va. Route 1 MARY JANE KIEEHABER . .... Columbus, Ohio 187 Rathbone Rd. MYRNA BELLE KINCAID ...... Louisville, Ill. JEAN KING . . Dividing Creek, N. J. JESSE KING . . . . . Ford City, Pa. Route Z Y , X ff! f X 71, 'wi ,K X 2 f f, W f! 5 f' ' Q! Wm Nh X539 'ix ii? QS Q -- - - s ., 3 : w 's" -, -1 I ,..f..7gii,gz5., ,.,, - -- 1 ', ff" ' --..,: , ,.,, H , ., . ,.. .,f,, ., :.fg,.,,5 ' Z- ,. 1 if-' ' 9 .zf 1-52 P .g s-2 : l' ,I ,,. Q " , .4 Arr. , W ,-Sf,- ':..,,,r.1.,3,5 Q ...Q 11,,i'1:x"r f i i?,f.?l" , . N I. ' Qc'-YA 'ff . .f-f'. . 'fi A mb . W, , N.. f-'flwe-'fr ' wiv? f av' J A-Q lid 1 :'Xk5J4:a Iii QM.. ' if KENNETH KOLVA F irst Row . Lykens, Pa. 459 .NF Secoxid git. l Ophelia Va. GAZELLE KRENTZ . . . . . - I JULIA KUHN . . . VVest Lucasville, Ohio Second Row CAROLINE LACEY ....... Crothersville, Ind. 303 W. Howard St. LEON LACOAX . MARY LAURITSEN LEONARD LAW . ROGER LEAGII . CLYDE LEE . EDNA LEE . . . DOROTIIY LEONARD ICR NEST LEWIS . I-IOWARD LEWIS . ELIA LILLEY . DAVID LONG . DORIS LONG . JAMES LONG . .IOIIN LOVEJOI' , , , , , . . .I.0uisville, III. . . . . . . .Cheyenm-2, Wyo. 1918 Russell Ave. Third Row . . . . . . . .MObile,Alz1. 625 Euclide Ave, . . . . . . .Litchfield, Ohio . .Clarkesville, Ga. Fourth ROW . . . . .VValnut Ridge, Ark. Route 3 . . . . . . . .Roanoke, Va. 1425 Rugby Blvd. . . . Perry, N. Y. 153 N. Main St. Fifth Row . . Louisville, Ky. 939 Florence Ave. . . .... Gatesville, N. C. . . . . . . Greentown, Ind. Route 2 Sixth Row . . . . . . 7 Route 2 Vlorland, Wyo. ....,..VVorland VV , 620 Coburn Ave, , yo . . . . . .Darlington, Md. Gettin' ready for Teddy Wf'.f . gli HL X S0131-IO ORE V M vi iv , xv, ff! 2 22' Q as 4, f fn 'Wyj ei! 5 Z vlgf lz A, 5675, ff, 'V vig 97 I W, iff' ' V fy fy A 1'..',fv f. -7 , - .,, df A , 53. .ujgffzy ff I .wi f ffof, '2?7l?Z'Lf79?? 29 Q ff W2 Z ERN 4-z o Wig .aff ABOVE First Row JAMES MCCONNELL ..... Mingo Junction, Ohio Route 1 IRENE MCCORMICK ..... . Kent, Ohio Route 2 BRAXTON MCCULLAR ....... Wilmore, Ky. 203 S, Lexington Ave. JAMES MCDONALD ...... . Newton, Ala. Route 2 EDNA MCFADIN ....... . Franklin, Ky. N. High St. GLADYS NICGAPIEE ...... . Avera, Ga. Route 1 BELOW First Row THOMAS IRENE MILAM . . . . . Toshes, Va. EVELYN MILEY ......... Cynthiana, Ky Route 4 JACQUELINE MORGAN ..... Ridgeley, W. Va 5 William St. LEE MORGAN ......... Vallejo, Calif, 3029 Burnette St . SHIRLEY MORGAN ....... Connersville, Ind. 1958 Indiana Ave. PAUL MOUNTS ......... Henderson, Ky 1125 Helm Sr. i . 1 if. f f , gw . QP' , .4 s f I Q 153: film in '5 'fb' 5491 0 M- ' R .A Ltr, ABOVE Second Row GIXII, MCQUEEN ...... . Magnolia, Ohio JOYCE MAOOY ......... Hinton, W, Va. 318' Temple SI. VVALLACE MAISH ..... . .Wilmore, Ky. MARVIN MAYGAROEN ....... Pensacola, Fla. 2915 W. Gadsden St. JOANNA MEADE ......... Davy, VV. Va. EVELYN MICHEL ..... .... ' Fipton, Ind. 23316 N. Conde St. BELOW Second Row ERNEST MURPHY ........ Flushing, Ohio Box 3 FAE MUSGRAVE . ..... Bloomingdale, Ohio Route 2 LOIS NEWMAN . .... . .Salisbury, Pa. HUGH NICHOLS . ...... Nicholasville, Ky. 204 Richmond Ave. GWENDOLYN NUTIER ...... Delaware, Ohio 50 Chamberlain St. ROY OSBORN . ...... . Wilmore, Ky, i First Row ALLEN PARRISH . ., ...... Shelbyville, Ki' 30 E. Main St. ISAAC PATFON ........ VVest Monroe, La 303 Ludwig St. W7II,MA PELFREY ...... . Olive Hill, Ky Second Row DAVID PETERSON ........ ,l0I1f2Sb0f0. Illd Route 1 MARGARET PETERSON ...... Vienna, VV. Va 709 Urbali Ave. ERNEST PHILLIPS ...... Los Angeles 6, Calif. 1412 S, Harvard Blvd. Third Row ' FLORENCE PHILLIPS ..,.. Los Angeles 6, Calif 1412 S. Haward Blvd. FORD PHILPO1' ........ Manchester, Ky CHARLES PINKSTON ..... . Corydon, Ky Route 2 Fourth Row JAMES PVITMAN ...... Charleston, VV. Va 2806 Chesterfield Ave. GEORGE POPE . ...,. .Harlan, Ky DONALD PO'r'1's ......... Audubon, N. J 4l7 VV. Graisbury Ave. Fifth Row FLOYO POVK'lil.l ........ . Norfolk 8, Va 424 NV. 35th Sr. lVlARlI-1 FAITII PUx'rNEx' ...... Vllilmore, Ky 407 N. Lexington Ave DORIS R.-KU!! . ........ Granite City, Ill 2-4l6 Namcok Rd. Sixth Row C'AROL1xERna1, ........ Newburgh N Y 8 Gcdncy Xvay y llR.XXlil.l. R0llliR'l'S ...... Alabama Cin, Ala 23 Marston St. H limlsva ROnlaR'l's Up she goes! , , I uf - 1, 3 I . r 4 i - . . . Bethlehem, Ky. SOPHO ORES Ax an S3 FU- ff BARBARA ROU . ANNET'l'E RUPERT Route 3, Box 300 CATHERINE RUSSELL ALBERT SAVAGE MARY' SCIIAEFEER OREN SCIIAFFER ALICE SIMPSON VVILLARD SIRMAN HELEN SKEEN . BROOKS SMITH . LILLIAN SMITH . . ABOVE ABOVE First Row Second Row . . . Reddick, Fla. . . . . . . Steubenville, Ohio A . . . . . . Bay Horse, Mont. . . . . .Nicholasvillef Ky. Route 1 . . . . .McMinnville, Tennl Route 6 . . . . .Corydon, Ind. Route 1 BELOW First Row . . . . .Orleans, Incl. Route 1 . . . . . .Camden, N. J. 546 Bailey St. . . . . .Kenna, VV. Va. Box 78 . . . . . .Yoke City, Mich. Route 2 ... . . . .Camden,N.I. Apt. 458, 453 Beideman Ave. MARJORIE SMITH X RSSB NW' YS 4 2 . 'N -4'2" I SE-'Ogg R XX S X S2 VV,, X xQX ,www fm xx XS NX N . . . . . . .Detroit, Mich. 3969 Maybury Grand RUTII SEIFERT EVELYN SIIIzI.'I'ON PHYLIIIS SHIPLEY ROBERT SIIIRER HELEN SIMMONS NEVA SIMMS . LOIS SNIDER . EILEEN SOON . CELIA SOTO JEAN SPAHR . CARL SPIVEY . . . . . .Mount Vernon, Incl. Greensboro, N. C. Jonesboro, Tenn. . . . . . . .British XVest Africa . . . . . .Bloomingdale Ohio . Eldorado, Ill. . . . . .Niagara Falls, Ontario Mt. VerIIon, Ohio . Ysleta, Texas . Collingdale, Pa. . . . . . . . . . Pensacola, Fla. WALLACE STANLEI' ...... Tippecanoe, Ohio KSN RRR . RSS RX 'SSS ' X NN X N X N 1 S X Sl a--- ' S A S Ne.. .--"k"':"1P5':5f:f35': Q3-4 X -5kI:fifX":ff' .- X N Xe N, ,gg A . .,, S 55,159.- S . M S XI H N 51:5 sf fr, Slew"-1 rg4i5:.x'r':.2ex.xSQs X ig S51 X NN X X R X pg,f:g'1:'-Luf,-. f-Ins ,, ' - . for S...--+.s s.- , QR Q. ,. vi . X '.xix"" S K Vx X-. ' X L.: .A ' 'L f - 1 N 'fr :'-S-A 'A-.N 'aug Q ..-Sv . . .1 -1. --L : M 1 - w.,.::w- A .. K f'E'1' 1.'f'vQ?'f:J . . ' . . S Q I P' A .: :ings-:EE . I, .. 1, :: ,P ,ggegrkz c 5-K ,S-1, QS., MSG: XXX. , v , .-if-.SS.,y,:. , y.,3,,5,..4.., -1 RA.Nc,.S :R 5 -Sf .SN e Nigga .S-.:f.,,-Q,:.:j.:f,1fj- :5:5:f,,,':-I-1-R.. .gf:g::.-5,-35315: -.Q 5 E M, ,jx ,:-1. .I ' N SYN A :SNS ,Lmias 'fomvxlxs ...... . . F irst Row MARJORIE STEELE ...... .Dupo, Ill. 404 N. 4th St. HELEN STRAKA .......... Cicero, Ill. 2410 S. 58th Ave. CHRISTINE SWEENEY ..... Alabama City, Ala- 79 Highland Ave. Second Row PERRY TANKSLEY ...... .Iackson, MiSS. 1576 Capitol St. GORDON TATMAN ...... . Dover, KE'- Route 1 PAUL TERRY . . . . . . VVilm0r6, KY- Box 95 Third Row JACK 'lil-IEODORE ........ Hopedale, Ohio Carson St. XVILLIAM TI'IIELKlNG ..... Pleasantville, N. I. 116 XV. Delilah Rd. BE'r'n' Tiiozvm .,.,.... Muskegon, Mich. Route 6 Fourth Row Axczna ri-HOMAS . ...... . VVilmore, Ky. , MliRI,li Tnozvms . . . . . . Clay City, Ill. POLLY THOMPSON ....... Plant City, Fla. Route 2, Box 6 Fifth ROW Iivlawx '1'nuRM.xN .,...... Franklin, Ky. 314 McGoodwin Ave. IIELEN r1qllL7RS'l'0N ...... Minneapolis, Minn. 5132 Oliver St. .'XRI.liNli Trcri ....... East Liverpool, Ohio 1609 Park Ave. Sixtfr Row SIHQRWOOO 'fnmixx ..... . Atlanta, Ga. H., ix V 'R l 863 Cherokee . Tampa, Fla. 8645 Nebraska St. l'nn,11' '1'OlVNI.IiY .... . . .Saginaw, Mich, 1021 Hnnchctt Running Water on every floor E. SOPHO ORES X' f ,X f,,,2.fZ,,, ' Mfffhzqff' l , ' ,ffAi,Q'gf'm5 ABOVE First Row MARIE TYLER ....... 422 Main St. EARL VAUGIIN . 1708 S. 13th St., fRoute KENNETH VETTERS ..... Route 1 KELLY VICE . . . . - Q . . . MARCUS WALL . 206 S. Walnut St. JOE WALLACE ....... . Box 5 BELOW F irst Row . Oneida, N. Y. . Mt. Vernon, Ill, IJ Greenfield, Ind. . Hillsboro, Ky. . Wilmore, Ky. . Fairton, N. J. RONALD VVELLS ........ Tecumseh, Mich. 512 W. Logan St. BETTY VVHEELER ...... Congo Belge, Africa MECM Tunda WILLIAM WIEMEYER ...... 1815 W. 11th Sr. . Anniston, Ala. BETTYE SCREWS WILLIAMS .... Huntsville, Ala. 151 Park Blvd. LOWELL VVILLIAMSON ..... Route 1 . Amanda, Ohio BARBARA Woon . . . . . .Louisville, Ill. ABOVE Second Row JUNE VVARNTZ . ..... . Cohurn, Pri. CHARLES VVA'I'I'ERs ........ XVilmorc, Ky, 210 N. Maple St. CORILE VVAYBRIGIVI' .... , Charleston, VV. Vu. 1902 Crescent Rd. RUTH VVEIIR ......... Hamilton, Ohio 563 Harrison Ave. DAVID VVEINERT ....... . Preston, Nah. VELMA VVEISMILLER . . . . DeWitt, Mich. Route 2 BELOW' Second Row MARGARET W70OD . . Louisville, Ill. LILA VVOODROW . . Nash, Okla. BE'I'1'Y VVRIGHT . . . .Lothian, Md. NATHALIE VVRICHT ..... Moundsville, VV, Va. 2408 First Sr. LLOYD VVYATI' ......... Kokomo, Ind. 1800 N. Morrison St. LENA YOUNG ..... . . Kinde, Mich. FRESHMA OFFICERS ROBERT FOSTER . MARY Jo TANKSLEY JOANN GREEN . VVALLACE SWANSON NORA HARMAN . c ROBERTA BELL . . CLIVE DICKINS. . . VIRGINIA KAYS . . . . . . . . . Student Faculty VVILLIAM NAUMANN . . . . . . . Student Faculty JEAN WATSON . . A.S.F. BRUCE MILLER .... A.S.F. . President Vice-President . Chaplain . . Chaplain . . Secretary . T feasurer . Treasurer Representatifve Re presentatifve Rejtresentatifvc Represenlalifvc I-IAVILAND HOUSTON . . z1thleticManagc'I' LEROY HENRY . . Athletic Manager CLASS UFFICERS ROCKETS September saw a new, energetic group of Frosh-the Rockets-place their feet on campus. Under the capable leadership of the Freshman Sponsors, Jaclc Williams and Virginia Wehr, they quickly overcame all barriers and obstacles which faced them and triumphantly infiltrated into the ranks of college life in a manner that deserves special attention. Their attendance at prayer meetings and Sunday School at- tested to their zeal and determination to achieve in their lives the complete will of God. By the end of the fall quarter class ofhcers were elected, and they were on their own. I Q-a uv" I ' , ,. A. f f . ' I 1.. f- ,- f "'f 'f,f qi, ' Mimi - 2 .-v- , I , , ,..,,,7,,,., ...., ,. ,.,,,.7.,,1,,H...,?..,.,.zwZ-gf 1- f0,.,. bm., , ,.,,, M, X . of ,341 A f f .af-M4 14415-97 1 v- ,gfa4,i af , ,444 Ig, in I An- 6 ' if Z2 -. . , V' rf i nj., A 1 ff f' , 5 'F ' 1 r Q 4 Fx. I f 1 -. ,If , -A 4-. . .. , ., . . . 1-,.,., 1 2 1 Wi. 1, ' ' ' 'E 1 . I . .f ' . G -fa' 'a I-'irsl Rcfw Second Rofw CHARLES ADAM ......... Adam Rd., Marlettc, Nlich. BETTY RUTH ADKINS . . . . .Tcnwek, Kenya Colony, JUANITA ALLEN . . . 517 Ballough Rd., Daytona Beach, Fla. XVAYNE ARGANBRIGHT ........... Shelbyville, Ill. CHARLES ASBURY .... 102 Edgcmoore Ave., Sebring, Fla. CAROLYN ATER . . ........... Frankfort, Ohio JO ANN ATKINSON . . . .654 Xvalnut St., Lexington, Ky. IVIIICII twin has the Toni? '43 -sv-'-nr AUDREY BAILEY. . 1 Sharon Ave., S. E., Atlanta, Ga. HELEN BARTLETT . ...... Rt. 4, Elizabethtown, Ky. FRANCES BATES . . NANCY BAYLESS . MARILYN BEDWELL ALMA BEIRD .... ROBERTA BEIL . . . . . . . . . . .Chand1er, Ind. . .148 Edgar St., Dayton, Ohio . . . . . . . .Rt. 1, Dugger, Ind. . . .Rt. I, Box 145, De Quincy, La. . . . . . . . . .Gatlinburg, Tenn. Third Rofw GRACE BENNETT .............. Sandersville, Ga. VERA BENNETT ..... 15722 Lahser Rd., Detroit 23, Mich. ROBERT BENSON . . . 3622 Brush Hill Rd., Nashville, Tenn. PEGGY BESSENT ................ Finley, Tenn. SCOTTY BIERLEY . . ........... Germantown, Ky. JUANITA BINGHAM . . . Grand Cayman, British Wat Indies MARJORIE BIRDSALL .... 14959 Cavell St., Detroit, Mich. Fourlfz Rofw RICHARD BLACK. . . . . 800 Prospect Ave., Canton 6, Ohio FOREST BLOUNT .... 121 Capitol St., Hattiesburg, Miss. FLORA BELLE BOEHLKE ........... Stewart, Minn. JOYCE BOURLAY .... . .Newell Hill, Leesburg, Fla- ALDINE BOYER . . . .Rt. 1, Box 253, Kokomo, Ind. VELMA BOYER . . . . . . 1102 Jackson, Kokomo, Ind- LILLIE BOYINGTON ..... 627 Maple St., Natchez, Mi55. 2. '5 'aw' I I 6 62, " fl? 7 3 1 .53. JAMES BRASHER . NORMAN BROM . . CARMELITA BROOKS JOHN BRYANT . . . CLYDE BULLION . . IVADENE BUMPUS . . MABEL BURNS . . . First Rorw . . .149 Church St., Phoenixville, Pa, . . 410 North G. St., Oskaloosa, Iowa . . .707 E. Main Sr., Corbin, Ky. . .1013 Welkins, Mr. Vernon, Ill. Truscott, Tex. . .1309 Forrest St., Mt, Vernon, 111. Second Rofw Rt. 1, East Canton, Ohio RICHARD BURNS ............. Rf. 1, DuBois, P.. RICHARD CAMPBELL ............. Kinsman, Ohio RAY CARNES ...... 200 E. Morrison St., Wilmore, Ky. ROBERT CASEY .... 723 Richmond Rd., Willianwburg, Va. DOROTHY CHAMPNEY ....... Box 112, Elizabeth, Pa. JUNE CHAPMAN .... . .Maple Ave., Lake Ariel, Pa. ROSALIE CHESNUT . ......... Frost, W. Va. 1'l1zrd Kofw DOROTHY CH1:bb . . . .Rt. 2, Hadley, Pa. SYLBIA CHITWOOD . . .... Coalgood, Ky. GORDON CLARK . . . . .East Arlington, Vt. A- " E gm X . I ,qgoggvyg 1 Aff 4 ,ga 1 X X, 14220 Y A 54 'sf A , Qi' A 4"'o ,f g 1912 Sgdjgi 1 1,15 nf .,.Q4i. . AQ' ,.,, 2 I H I T -I Z-: '5I 1 A yi f 7: 'I :R 1.2 ERC ' FRESH BERNARD CLAUSEN . . .306 Fulton Sr., hlobilc, .-Xla. ELEANOR COON . . . . . .RL 2, Nlr, Vernon, Ohio CARL COULLIETTE ............... Slalom-, Fla. FRANCIS COYLE . . .208 Xvashingron St., Riverside, N. 1. lfuurllz Rom' RUTH CROOKS . . . . .Box 4, Haninioridsvillc, Ohio FAITH CROXVSON . . .... Box 13-1, Gary, XV, Va. BETTY CULP ...... ...... IN Ir, Oliver, Ky. MARILYN CUMMINGS ...... Rr. 1, XVaynesheld, Ohio XVILMA JEAN CURSTEAD. . Rt. 2, Box 22313, Uniontown, Pa. DORIS DAISEY ................ Frankford, D.-1. ANN DAMRON . .... 109 Poczilionzos Sr., Louisa, Kv. Fifllz Row MIRIAM DAVIDSON . . . . . . Box -1-13, h1iL1wgiy, 1'J. JOE DAVIS ..... .......... H ayvsvillc, N, C. MARY DAVIS . . . DOLORES DAXVSON FLOYD DAY .... MARILYN DeLONG . PATRICIA DENNIS . .1051 Vinewood Sr., Do.-rroir, Mich. . .921 Marcy Ave., Duryea, Pa. 3021 S. 4th St., Louisvillu, Ky. 5514 Crestwood Dr., Kansas City, Mo. 'rff . . . . Rt. 4, Tcrrc Haute, Ind. . W f 74 r f 1,7 I 1 W1 I ff ,, ,z . 13.151, 65252 f' ' 1.2 , 5,9 5 V 7 44" 1 f , jj 4 f 4 Q A 4, -. 52 9, i",i 2 5 , if ff' if 4 , A S. -.- ,.' .sl f -, I x 5 . ' it ' yi' ' x A L l 1 1 I. 1 n-if 6 'f il, V 1 .A 1 rv-,MW DAWN is 1 . 1 1 .. 'if-' 2' , ': : : v,:f.z,fg: 4 1? N F . 1"i?'if7 Q, W V 4- ,r ,yzii i I I I ' fi ' T ' .E '? IV A ' 1 . 1 f-f. ZAZQLI MZ ' 9 J ,QW 1 I :Q . ,A E I 'V L. Rx ! R , i I -f:f", f, - D, fir V, 'w4f.f. 'ia ' L' 2' -2 t"' 3. 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"ff , , , ,, ,, lv Q, 6,5 f 5'f,j,,MoQ,?f, ffzjf logfr f 7 44616.54 155. f f J ,V 1 , ,V,,!, ,,,, ,, 1 22741 ' 41:1 5 , , I Mi v. f V Z 'Dv 11 x 44' , w 4 of , l,,V . .. . , lllf '. f 1 . . ,.., . -4 :lj 5'-' r' X017 OU wi V if - " f ,, ' ' , , If ,I , Z 64 , 'ff 5 sf 3x ff, QW 5 1 W r X f 5 , , 1,,1g'ff, iff L . iv 1 3 ' of WM, . ,I . 4, to 2 I , V ,ei . . ia . . 1 Q' f 1 J KENNETH DENTON ..... 25 Orchard Rd., Akron 3, Ohio CLIVE DICKINS .... 5579 Ridgewood St., Detroit 4, Mich. TOM DILLON . ,............... Ponca, Neb. RUTH DIXON . . . 12106 W. Outer Dr., Detroit 23, Mich. N11f1.V1N DIZNEY IZARI. DOLBY . . . HOXVARD DONAHUE . . .Box 44, Hallstead, Pa. Here lo stay! Er- 1'ii"5l R0'w A Second Rofw BETTY DURHAM . MARY EADS . . IRA EAST .... RICHARD EDDY . . RUTH ENDICOTT . . DONALD ENGLER . MILDRED ERICKSON EUGENE ESTES . . LOIS EVANS . . . . 628 Vermont Ave., Fairmont, W. Va . . .615 Clayton St., Georgetown, Ky . . 1910 iLaurel Ave., Portsmouth, Va . . . . 534 37th St., Oakland, Calif . . .Box 575, Winona Lake, Ind . . . . .1034 6th St., Catasauqua, Pa 3905 12th Ave., S., MinneapoliS. Minn- Third Rofw . . . 708 Park Ave., Mt. VCHIOH, Iu- ............Sarah,KY- MARGARET EWING . . .231 Loudon sr., Lexingfon, KY' MARTHA FARR . . ANN FEHRMAN . JOHN FINCH .... DOROTHY FINLEY . FRANCES FINLEY . RUBY FINLEY . . . . ,323 W, Park St., Lakeland, Fla. . . 232 Seneca St., Byesville, 01110 .Russell, KY' , . . .Briscoe, M0- I-'ourilz lion.: .Briscoe, M0- . Briscoe, M0- JEAN FITZGERALD .......... Rr. s, Frankfort, Ind- MARLENE FONNESBECK 3428 Portland Ave., Minneapolis, ROBERT FORBES . . HOWARD FORD . ROBERT FOSTER . Minn. . . .941 Summer St., JackS0n, M155- ...Svlvesfefo Ga , ,RL 2, Columbus, Illd- First Rofw EUGENE FRAZER . . . . . 1020 18th Ave., Columbus, Ohio HUGH FRAZER . . . 1020 18th Ave., Columbus, Ohio KENNETH FRITZ .... ..... M icco St., Sebring, Fla. STANLEY FRODERMAN . .......... Coalgood, Ky. KATHLEEN FUGITT . . . .605 N. Lock Ave., Louisa, Ky. ELSIE GARDINER . . . .... Rt, 3, Quaker City, Ohio EUGENIA GARRISON . . . . 914 Vance St., Raleigh, N, C. Second Rofw WAYNE GARRISON . . . 220 Chestnut St., Elmer, N. GWENETH GEISTER .............. Decker, Mich. NANCY GEORGE . . SCOTT GEORGE . . . . VIRGINIA GORHAM . . LELAND GRAHAM JOANN GREEN . . . . 650 Wood St., New Bethlehem, Pa. . . Rt. 1, Mingo Junction, Ohio ...........Salvisa,Ky. . . .... Rt, 1, New Burlington, Ohio . .l4815 Stout Sr., Detroit 23, Mich. Third Rofw DAVID GREENE . ............ Rock Elm, Wis. DONALD GRELLA . ..... Rt. 1, East Sparta, Ohio FLOYD HALE . . . . 905 Lamar St., Mt. Vernon, I11. 1' X5 f - eff' ff' f 1 ' 'Lf n al? '- 75 , '1 7 ,, , , , FRE AUDREY HARDIN NORA HARMAN . JOHN HARPER BETTY HARRER SH . . 1-5 Qu 51l.'X' 111 Ili G l'IlllIf!l 1 , ingwn, KV. rove Sl., Pctrrmlfmirg, XV, VJ 1037 15l11 :XY-'t'., Cfolumbub, Ohm .195 ltlrn br., Pontiac 311111 R If-1: ELIZABETH HARRISON ......, Sid Sz., Nlillville, 1'-14 RAY HARRISON . .2020 7th St., N. XV., XY'1nrr-r Haven, 151.1 FRANK HARVEY .... 1616 15:11 Ave., Parlzeulmrg, XV, Va JAYNE HATFIELD . .6508 Highland Ave,, Pennraulcen, N.,I RETTA HAYES ............ Rr, 5, Nlt. Vernon, 111 JOYBELLE HEEFINGTON . . 400 Lulu: St., Chowchilla, Calif LEROY HENRY .... 609 Randolph Sr., Thonxnwille, N. Cf lfifl lx R ou NEAL HENRY ........ 219 Nliltoli SI.. Camnien, N, 1 ROBERT HOLLAND .............,. Attica, Kan MARY LOUISE HOLMAN . .1931 Oren Ave., Flint, iN1ir1x HAVILAND HOUSTON . . . 207 1V1111cr SL, Fort Vnllev, Ci.: BEVERLY HUGHBANKS ..........., Cmtield, Kam, CORINNE HUGHBANKS ............ Criafir-ld, Kan RAYMOND HUGHES .... 510 Coral Ave., liridgi-lon, N, ,1 .. ,f , , 4.-4, ,. , 'MW ff N . - W ' fm' .. 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Must have had a caller Second Rofw DONALD RAY JOHNS ............ Quinlan, Olcla. BETTY JOHNSON ...... 109 Lambert St., Bremen, G3- MIRIAM JOHNSON .... N. Lexington St., Wilmore, KY- ' JANET JONES .... 13624 Eaglesmere Ave., Cleveland, Ohio WILLARD JONES .... WILLIE JONES . . RICHARD JORDAN JEAN JUDY . . . VIRGINIA KAYS . . . DOROTHY KEMP ELDAMAE KEMPER AUDREY KERR . . ROBERT KING . . DONALD KINKER HELEN KIRK . . JAMES KIRK .......... Hotel Herald, Painfsvfllef BURRELDENE KIRTLEY . . 1004 W. 12th sf., Owensbofoi . . . . . . . .Rc. 6, Chatham, . . . .1312 Hardy st., Hattiesburg, M T lzird Rofw .214 W. Sth Sf., Sf. Charles, M0- Va. iss . - Circleville, W- V3- .......-.-- .214 Castlewood Dr., Lexington, KY- . . . . .Wachtel St., PGICOSJCSY, Mich' 12 S. Central Ave., C2lI10l'15bUfgv pa' 1130 Lincoln Ave., Steubenville, O hio - n . .RL 1, Box 95, Marshall, Mich. 1035 Ruhlman St., Portsmouth, O Fourth Rofw hio . . . . . . . .Box 403, Palntsviue' Ky' MARIDEE KNIPMEYER ......... Rf. 3, Piffsfieldf JAMES KRAUSE .... 321 W. Cleveland Ave., Vinffmf JANE KUNKLE . LISLE KUNKLE . D i . 'Su Walnut SL, Blairsville, , , .S, Walnut St., Blairsville, Ky. Ky. Ill. Va. Pa. Pa. I i E F 1 ,I l- ,. r FRESH Fifi! Rofw RICHARD MCNALLY . .47 Hillside Ave., Belmont, Boston, EARLINE LEDBETTER ........ Rf. a, cedmown, Ga. MHS' CLINTON LEP-LE-R . ' .....-.'. Decker, Mich- CECELIA MAKER .............. Lamberton, Nlinn. JOE LE-IGH-1-Y i D i . ...-. Rt. 1, Pemberton Ohio DARRELL MANN . . . 1017 XV. Bishop Sr., Santa Ann, Calif. LEINEKE . . . . .4620 F t Rd., Fl' , M' h. , FRANK en on im IC fourth Row ROBERT LENZ ....... Nueva Gerona, Isle of Pines, Cuba ROBERT MANN W B. h S ll ROBERT LEONARD . . 321 N. Turner St., Youngstown, Ohio i ' ' '1017 ' is op L' Santa Ana' C3 lf' , , JUNE MARLOXV . . . . .807 Nliller Ave., Vienna, NV. Va. WILLIAM LEWIS ............ Belgian Congo, Africa I LEONARD MARTZ .... 424 S. State St., Big Rapids, Nlich. Second Rofw PATRICIA MEYERS . ..... Pleasant sf., cymham, xy. WILLIAM LIKINS .... 128 Crescent Ave., Louisville 6, Ky. ROBERT MICHEL ...... 35 Gilbert St., Blrcsdell, N. Y. JEANNE LITTON ...... -435 Highway Ave., Ludlow, Ky. ROBERTA MIDDLETON . . 2849 Plunkett Ave., Schenectady, FRANCIS LOCKWOOD ...... Box 43, Bowersville, ohio N- Y- ESTHER LOGSDON . .N. Mammhony sf., Miiiefsbufg, ohio BRUCE MILLER - ------- - -5f1mWi1'f- P1- NGINO ........ 888 N. A ., Al , G . . FRANK LO , ve t ama a Fzftlz Rofw CREADE LOONEY . . ........ Patterson, Va. ' ILLIAM LYKINS Vanceburg Ky JUDITH MINTER . .... 1341 Earl Ave., Louisville, Ry. W U i i I i . I y i LEE MITCHELL ............... Montezuma, Kan. ROCLU RICHARD MITCHELL . .118 S. Penn Ave., Xvellston, Ohio RICHARD MCCLAIN .............. Danville, Ohio SUZANNE MITCHELL .... 260 N. Pope St., Louisville, Ky. NQRMAN MCCOY . . . . . 803 W. Sth St., Anderson, Ind. BEVERLY MOORE ....... 3222 Short Sr., Ashland, Ky. CARL MCKENNA ..... 619' S. Oakley Ave., Columbus, Ohio JACK MORGAN . .... 14170 Plainview St., Detroit, Mich. CHARLES MCLELLAND . .127 Cooper St., Hattiesburg, Miss. MARSHALL MURPHREE . .150 Sth Ave., New York, N, Y. 40" First Rofw XVILLIAM NAUMANN . .1331 Gibbs, N. E., Canton 5, Ohio JOHN NEGLEY .... . . .Rt. 1, Moundsville, W. Va. BOYDE NELS ON . . ....... Rr. 1, Monroe City, Ind. LARRY NELSON .... 1002 Maryland Sr., Mobile 20, Ala. DORIS NEUROTH . . .10385 Neurorh Rd., Blissfielcl, Mich. DOROTHY NEUROTH . . 10385 Neurorh Rd., Blissfielcl, Mich. JUNE NEUROTH . . . ...... Rt. 1, Blissfield, Mich. One way to cool off Second Rolw BARBARA NORRIS ..... 205 E. College St., Wilmore, Ky. DORIS OSWALT . . ......, Rr. 1, Mansfield, Ohio MARVEL OSWALT . ...... Rr. 1, MansHeld1 Ohio JO.HN PAPPAS .... . . 204 Gillispie St., Wilmore, Ky. NELSON PARNELL ...... Rr. 3, Box 318, Osceola, Ark- LILA PASENOW ............... Roeleforel, Minn. ELIZABETH PAUL . . . 109 cerrrer Ave., Mr. Ephraim, N- J- Tlzird Rnfw JAMES PAYNE .......... ' . Rr. 6, Connersville, Ind- ARTHUR PEARCE .......... Rr. 4, Durham, N. C. ESTHER PEARSON. .900 N. Hobart Blvd., Loe Angeles, Calif- JAMES PEMBERTON . . 1521 Fourth Ave., Asbury Park, N. DONALD PHILLIPS . . 123 Washington sr., Toms River, N- J- l RUTH PIERINGER . . . 88 N. William St., Bergenfieldr N- J' MARY PIZZADILI . . ........ Melo sr., Felton, Del- 1 Q Fourlh Rofw PATTY POE ................. Germantown, KY- CAROLYN PRITCHETT. . 5121 Wright Ave., Baltimore 5, Md- LLOYD PROUTY ................ Lockhart, Fla- GREOLA RANDERSON .... zoos Sabine sr., Austin, Tex. WILMA REDMON ......... Box 193, Mt. Orab, Ohio VERA REINMUTH . .3540 E. 5rlr sr., Loe Angeles 331 Calif' RONALD RHOADES ......... Rr. 2, New Castle, Ind. Q J' Q1 T if W 'of .Y ffl, . . .Unionville, Mich. .......Elb:i, Ala EUGENE RO-AN 1213 Dawson Rd., Albany, Ga . . . . . . Patriot, Ind. . . Stapleton, Ga. . . . . . . Nepton, Ky. SARAH ROUGI-ITON East Church St., Sandersvillt-, Ga CARL RUCKER ...... Langley, Ky. ROGER RULONG 121 Grant Ave., Moundsviile, XV. Va FERNE RUTHERFORD Box 228, Boulder Creek, Calif. DORIS SANDERS 1438 E Fr Iowell Rd., Tucson, Ariz DERREI.. SANTEE Rt, l, Tippecanoe, Ohio RAY SARUWATARI 1896 NV. 65, Cleveland, Ohio ROBERT SCOTT Belden St., liberty, Ky. ROBERT SECRIST 13516 Benrler, Detroit, Mich. A FRESH 5-IARTH.-X SEYNIOUR, 3-1 I"enn.5vlvani:i Ave., XV, ."u1wx'illv, N.C. DONALD Sl'-I.-XFFER . .555 hlildred Ave., E, St. Louis, Ill. Nl.-XRTH.-X SHARRETT ........ Rt, I, Kingston, Ohio Nl,-XR-IORIE SH.-XXXL' . . . . 1416 N. Arn!-N St.. Saginaw, Shih. I-'uurlfz Rua: JEAN SHOES-1.-XKER , . , 129 N. Que-rn St., hlt. Sterling, Kr. AGNES SMITH . . . ...... Rt. 1, Box 335. jay, Fla. BETTY JOY SNIITH .... H34 W'il1:ird SK.. Covington, KV. CORBIN SNIITH . . . 126 Sapphire Ave., Balhoe Inland. Calif. EVISLYN SNIITH . . .112 N. Row St., Kannzipolia, N, C. VIRGINIA SMITH ......... Box 35, Mt. Vernon, Ill. KEITH SOINIERS . . . 1516 WH-sr Nliclngan Sr., Saginaw, hhflm. lfiflfl Rau' PAU1, SPEAKIN-'IAN . ......... Rr. 6, Dt-cnrnr, 1nr1. 1. C. STAFFORD. . .... 4700 lloyd Sz., Aalilniid, Ky. GENE STANLEY .... 62 N. liurgum SK., Coluxnhux, Ohio RAYIVIOND STILES . .1357 Springhill Avu., Nlohili- 17, Ala. JANE STUMP .......... -41712 Ind St., Pikeville, Ky. . Rt. 2, Reese, Mich, XVALLACE SXVANSON . 817 22nd St., lVlinnc:ipolis 4. Minn. Xvilson, Louisville, Ky. FRED SXVISS ............... Rt. 2, Sidnuy, Ohio . -1 .,.. ..., l?2iiix.fE, . fi , 7 .A.. 9 ti , E I 0 ,f V . . will ' 1 - 3 , -13 kr.. . 1 tx Q. 1 M . J, fb' N i 1.1. ,Jai ' "-' 1 K ..., .. 6-if: I 1 fr I .S W? rf ' - '-"' . I 1 W 1' .. ' f ill -"4 ' . ' -'-- A -1 X , ',-1933525 rf", .. ' ' 153' ' f 1 'I - ' ': 'QL-f:f?Qff','gQjt'-4 531231 . :QQ gl ' q., as 3, ,Q I-A 1 shi. f 1 . 4, -1 . 1,1 -f -yqfn., , 3 gt , ' 1: .,. Q f gig. A S-5521.-1 1 5 5 tl ., 5 , . eg ' my f 5325352 . I aff' 2 3. Lxfgbtirx' SV-w:.v ekfr .i'3'w . 1. av. Q :,, x ,a.1,QX. N. Q-af , Q4 . . Q 19' P 1 WS A V A ' K 4 f ef:"I 'gt E A X vi' N . I3 Q ,. -1,5 t " 1'.j.x,1ie17f7i. .1 - Q . , '3' ffi- 1 . qw., - .t.'cif.J- Ag, 5 , S155 S 5. Qgygfzffff 5 . -fa 3 , A f 1? f 2. X 251 .1 , -f W iff' . f57f 75 ff My f ffm "Ns First Rofw MARY JO TANKSLEY . .1576 W. Capitol St., Jackson, Miss PHYLLIS TAYLOR . . . 45 Williamston Rd., Dansville, Mich EDXVIN TEMPLE . . . 5149 Keyser St., Philadelphia 44, Penn CATHERINE TOWLER ..... . . . Rt. 3, Chatham. Va JULIAN TRACY .... ........ A 1-bovale, Va JOHN UNDERXVOOD ............... Wolf, Ky ROBERT UNDERWOOD . . . 206 Morrison St., Wilmore, Ky Surrounded! Second Rofw ALTON VERNON .... 723 Merriman sf., Dyersbufg, Term- JOANNE VEYDT ............ Box 55, Cecil, Penn. MARY BESS VIVION . . 3950 Woodlawn Dr., Nashville, Tenn- EUNICE WALDEN .... 241 N. W. 29th St., Miami, Fla. RICHARD WALKER .... 334 E. North St., Kokomo, Ind- MARGUERITE WALLS ....... Box 261, Natchez, Miss. FRANCES WARD ..... 200 Cocker Ave., Knoxville, Tenn- Third Row .JEAN WARDEN . . . 3827 Woodmont Lane, Nashville, Tenn- JOYCE WARNER ......... Rf. 1, Williamston, Mich- ELEANOR WATKINS . .3510 E. 29th si., Kansas City, Mo. DONALD WATSON ......... 2612 Judson, Akon' JEAN WATSON . . . 3924 15th Ave., S., Minneapolis 7, Minn' ANNA WEASE ...... 3801 Longfellow, Memphis' RICHARD WEI-IRMAN ........... Higsinsville, Fourth Rofw ROBERT WELLS . . . 307 E. Burg6SS St., Mt. Vernon, IRIS WEST ..... JUANITA WHATLEY MIRIAM WI-IITAKER JAMES WIGGINS . . CHARLES 'W'ILSON . ESTHER WILSON . . ....o ,Amsterdami 255 S. 9th Sr., Gadsden, ..........Malone, .Ellenroni 21 Vine Sr., Jackson' 6, Cullen AVO-1 Evansville' Ill. Tenn- Mo. Ohio Ohio Ala, Ky. Fla. Ohio Ind. X: 7 f Z My if ff, 7 Z ,ff X MILDRED WISEMAN DONALD WITTBRODT . . ROBERT WOOD .... ANAZINE WRAY . . RICHARD WRIGHT . . HARRY WULFCAMP . . BERNICE YARBER . . . CHARLES YATES . . DONNA YOCUS . . . RALPH YOUNG .... CHARLENE ZEDAKER . . MILDRED ZUCH ........... TRIB TUE FRESH First Row . . . . . . . .271 Middle Rd., Davenport, Iowa . . . . .Garfield Rd., Auburn, Biich. . . . 2710 N. East Sr., Lansing, lklich. - - - - - - - -Box 336, Grayville, Ill. . .2408 First Sr., Moundsville, XV. Va. . .220 S. Lexington Rd., Xvilmore, Ky. . . . . . . . .Box lll, Gary, XV, Va. Second Rofw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .RL 3, Box 13-1, Hartford City, Ind. . . . . . . . . . . .RL 5, Salem, Ohio , . . . . . . . . . . East Norwich, N. Y. . . . 302 Greenwood Ave., Mr. Vernon, Ohio ............Rz.l,Ncglcy,Ohio Q "The steps of a good man are ordered of the Lord',- Those who knew Bryce V. Gronquist can testify to the reality of this verse in his life. Although Bryce was in Asbury for only a s.hort time, he was truly an example of Christ to us. I-Ie spent much time in prayer, and his daily Walk exemplified that quiet, humble and friendly personality, which was so eminently his. One of his favorite verses was talcen from Isaiah 26:3, "Thou wilt lteep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in theef' QL 'gi '31 f' lf' -Q-'if .l",fj J Fl'-1-'az-' " ' Q 2.17-Q '33,--. .' A WI TER QU RTER DOROTHY ALEXANDER 4112 S, Second St. LOUISVILLE, KY. JOSEPHINE BABER Route 2 VERSAILLES, KY. CHARLENE BAKER Box 44 HAMMONDSVILLE, OHIO JOYCE BARTRAM Route 2 AMANDA, OHIO CHARLENE BORLAND WILMORE, KY. VESTA CAMPBELL OLIVE BRANCH, ILL. HAROLD CHATTIN Route Z WASHINGTON, IND. CELIA COCHRAN 1202 Washington St. LA GRANGE, GA. ELAINE CUPIT 1718 Bailey Ave. JACKSON, MISS. HORACE CUSHMAN 104 Third St. ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. RAMONA DAVIS ELBOW LAKE, MINN. CLARA DECAPITA 1011 Norwood Ave, YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO EVANGELINE DINNING Routc 3 GLEASON, TENN. RUTH FUST 421 Gwendolyn LOUISVILLE, KY. LAVVRENCE GEORGE 4717 Terrace BIRMINGHAM, ALA. VVILLIAIVI HAHN Route 3 ARCANUM, OHIO CORILESS HANSON 2719 Beck Ave. 66 10th St. ST. ANDREW, FLA. FLETCHER HARDY Route 6 DANVILLE, VA. PAUL HIGDGN Route E REPTON, ALA. MARY ANN HODSON Route 6 KOKOMO, IND, ELOISE HUGHES 2201 N. 12th Ave, PENSACOLA, FLA. ROBERT HUGHES 134 Second Ave. MT. EPHRAIM, N, J, METTAVVEE JOBE Route 3, Box 32 GREENSBORO, N, C, NETTIE LANE 118 Short St. BROMLEY, KY, JEAN BROWN LEVVIS 115 Broad St, ELMER, N. J. ROSS LILLARD STEPHENS CITY, VA, MARILYN LOY LANESVILLE, IND, FRANCIS MICHELS .J oute 1 ALBION, ILL, SPECIAL First Row ESTHER MILLER . 21o N. Ash St., Wichita, Kan. MARY MILLER 1514. Cardinal Dr., Camp Taylor, Ky GLADYS MINTER . 134.1 Earl Ave., Louisville, Ky DARLENE MOIR ....... VVebster, S. D JANET NESTLERODE .......... , , . . . 924 Russelwood Ave., McKees Rocks, Pa VIRGINIA OGLES .... S, Main, Marissa, Ill Second' Row ZELOTES OLIVER . 150 Bailey Ave., Macon, Ga JUANITA PRESLAR . . . Route 2, Dyer, Tenn CARL RAINEY . 309 Crawford Ave., Augusta, Ga ALICE RICE ........ Paintsville, Ky RODNEY ROBISON . . Box 42, Carrabelle, Fla GEORGE ROSE 3631 Bond Ave., East St. Louis, Ill Third Row EMMA RUNDELL . 161 E. 42nd St., Latonia, Ky BETTY SHANEBECK ........... . . . . . . 1215 Maxine Dr., Fort VVayne, Ind MARK SHUGART .... Route 3, Marian, rndf RHODA SHULL ....... Power, VV. Va XVANDA SHULL . . 215 Bellevue, VVilmore, Ky MARGARET SHUTTLEVVORTH ...... . . . . . . . . . . Box 412, Matthews, Incl. , ff M ,, I I Y ' if M K 7, 'MIC- ' , We vs. J rw-..""' N 5 STUDE TS Fourth Ron' ELDON SMI'I'l'I . . . Route 21, New Albany 1 PATRICIA STOXXIELL ..... . . . . . . . . 1117 Hurd Ave., Fimllrly, 1 PA I I i I ' I LL THOMAS .... Box 51, XX attsbury., P1 RAYMOND THOMPSON .... . . .521 llickory, IIZIXIIIII, Cjilll TOM "1'1'LL131' f . .-... 120 N. Bonsall :Xvc-., Glen Olflcn I 1 CHARLES TI,'RKING'1'OX . . . . 204 lf. Nilllll Sr., Xvlllllllfl Fifth Row D EB ORA H XX'A LK Ii R ..... . . . . . . 2 '- Y llill Xv l':1s:11l1-1111, C 1l1l ......145,-, .-U., RICHARD XVEHRLI ..... 638 XX". 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W fm, f B. X W 4 V , , - Q, A W , V A' 2 fn , f ' fb - 4, ff , , :MV 74 fn, ' ff' K' 1 y ,, ,. W f ' ' 'inf ,qv A , g""i,v , , t It 1 .Agmgi NN s Lib ! W Q Xg V 6,-tx K x sy. E1 1 ws, l s N W Qs li ml Nl ii l iz 3, fl il, fl i E 7 ff x 5 ii ml: 1 in :mf 32: ,:: fi: W , ,W , il ,X mi mg, , 6 ,ig A l , . F' 3 I N INISTERIAL ASSOCIATIO with aPPf0Ximafely 300 men enrolled this year the Ministerial Associa- tion again lived up to its tradition of spiritual emphasis among the men. T ' . . ITIS g1'0up conducted Weekly meetmgs in Talbot Chapel with an evange- listic and pastoral Program- Special speakers were invited each Weelc t0 add a fuffhef Challenge- Under the eflicient leadership of Carl Hall, the Otganlzation Supplied student ministers for the twelve missions in the sur- founding areas for this college year. Their activities also included street meetings and home visitation. With Q'Preach the Word" as their motto, they not OUIY Peffflirmed a Worthy service to the World hut also gained ra t' ' - P C ical experience In PaSf0ral Work. The other oHicers were Ronald R ' - . came' Walter Qulgg, Marion Goodpasture, Abe Brandyberry and Paul Bruce. 128 , I I I I 5 4 I 1 l if l 9 I z r E I i. I I 1 I ll 5 4 it 1 4 l 1 I . l i l I w GIRLS' CHRISTIA SERVICE LE GUE ,i11-L, The purpose of the Girl's Christian Service League is to help each girl develop a well-rounded life of Christian Character, Service, and Leader- ship. This purpose has been well achieved this year under the able leader- ship of Alma Jeffers and her cabinet, which includes Ruth Snodgrass, Helen Johnson, Earline Ledbetter, Kathleen Presley and Marguerite Shirer. The organization promotes a friendly and congenial atmosphere among the women. Meeting each Friday evening in Bernard Chapel, practical and inspirational programs are presented by members and outside speakers. The Girls' Christian Service League cooperates with t sociation by sending out girls to aid in mission wo-rlc, street meetings, an home visitation. A U9 ,,, , . -1--- -:,----,.-,V--,,b vc, ,,lT,-A Z V .Au -WML ' -, -U ' ' zip:-BI.: :p..ya.i4La-.as-4.a.,gg-.F ,+,f - 4 - i N E J he Ministerial As- d ST DE QLU TEER 1 3 This very active missionary organization meets at 12:30 each Cl3Y to pray for Christian workers everywhere. These daily meetings ffigether with Sunday afternoon services are times of blessing and challenge as We listen to the missionaries present the needs of the world. The fall quarter reach-ed a climax for t.his g.roup when thCY Slwnsored the Missionary Revival. Many heard and accepted calls to the miSSiOn field during this time of special missionary emphasis. With Harry Flinner as president, the Student Volunteers have made many advances. Loren Anderson, as Daily Superintendent has also added much to the life of the group. Gther members of the cabinet are Wilma Warne-fs Edith Young, Beverly Berclc, Claude Mosher, Marjorie Zeller and Gerhard Johnson, 130 N. l Q 7 MOUNTAI ISSIONARY 1 T -' .fl 1 f. .. 5 1'1" 1' . Z . . ii' 5 . vff fr 'W' ' "The organization with a vision and a burden" can well describe the Mountain Missionary Society. Through pledge drives and concentrated effort the group contributes largely to the support of Mount Carmel Bible School, High School, and Radio Station which is situated in the very heart of the Kentucky mountains. This work of faith, known as "Baby Asbury," is under the direction of Dr. Lela B. McConnell, con secr ated alumna of 1924. The Society meets each Tuesday in Bernard Chapel to discuss their home mission field and to pray for its many needs. Yearly trips are made by the Motuntain Missionary Society to Mount Carmel. Presiding over the group is Herman Boyette, who has given many students on campus a vision of the need of the mountains. 131 :li - . ., .. , .. .. ,., . ..1- -f ,.. .,g,...A ... N -1.1" fy. Af.-..e-4 .-.....:-g:.5gg331....c,.,:vg1Y-25: g:1L:cxi5rig-,3:4i::Z-- ,1:L,67: -- 5?-cgi: film: v-,41.?:,g'!LLd'k'.1 ,- Pai . f i ' REX. DE VS EERD THE CROUSES Song Efuangelzsts How we praise God for those times of spiri- tual uplift that come during the revival seasons. During the fall quarter Dr. Z. T. Johnson and Dr. Tony Anderson, .preaching alternately, ex- pounded to us the Scriptures. In November, the 38th Missionary Conference featured Miss Caffrey and other noted missionary spealcers. DR. JOHNSON, DR. ANDERSON it-f' I xx,- NH55 L .Xl l lxl N, Illx. ll,XXl REV, SKELTON Dr. Anderson leading the fall revival l33 A 4 .pn 141413-A--brag .aan-A-95-on -aa.-vq.f..g--a... ,A-n,....u-1+-Q MR, CULVER DR. VVARNER DR. AND MRS. KUHN MRS- THOMAS I34 ii' PIRITUAL We are forever indebted to these consecrated servants of God who are giving unreservedly of their lives in service to Christ. The needs of hungry Europe were presented to us as Dr. and Mrs. Kuhn, from Asbury Seminary, spoke in various meetings on the campus. Th-ey had spent the summer in Europe engaged in evangelistic worlc. Dr. Warner, a former missionary to China, brought several messages during the fall missionary conference. Rev. Culver, a world-wide mission- ary, brought us stirring messages on the needs of the world, and stressed especially the demand DR. MCP HE ETERS LEADERS for missionaries. The Seniors will always remember Mrs. .lohn Thomas, a former mis- sionary to Korea, whose inspiring Sunday School lessons sent them forth better-prepared for Christian work. During the Ministers' Conference in February we were challenged by messages from Bishop Arthur Moore, of the Methodist Church, and Dr. C. A. Mc- Pheeters, pastor of the Metropolitan Methodist Church, Detroit, Michigan. We are grateful for the opportunity of listen- ing to those who have served long and well: their instruction and admonition have meant fI'1LlCh IO US. isisiiov MOORE 135 f ww? V, f-.., -.ti : 2'6I2":7i 4 SO For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that Whosever believeth in him should not perish, hut have ever- lasting life. John 3:16. Q' GO Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to- every creature. Mark 16:15. Rl R LO , Lo, I am with you alway, even to the end of the world. Matthew 28:20. Ez. aa- A9 2154 Aiw- , www gg: if f f f 4- ' fm 50.1327 s f U Jw, ,. l , ., 1 H f.. LV . if 2,3 my LI, f - 19 yy ,w -',-- f. V -sv f If X- f 9 6415 y f 5 2 - 1 , i f f r f wi 4 4' 5 f 1 9' 1 ' ly Lf ' ,N A 1' X X x f f , ff I , ,X 42 W f X, fff, pf ,Z . X 7 f 4 'ff V7 1 7 A V X Q if Ya' ffff ' ,-1, gf 9 1, , f fff ,, w ,W f 'L qw ,f ff any W! " 417 V' f ' ', fj, ' 4 , ,f X , on . , ,H MZ , . 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Louisville Philharmonic Orchestra This year the committee decided to present three outstanding artists, one each quarter, instead of the regular number planned in previous years. thereby present- ing the best artists available. U X Trapp Family Singers Artist Series Committee FIRST ROW CHARLES BUICE . SPf'f'fff PHYLLIS FULLER . Vain CATHERINE OREENLEE . Organ BRYAN HANSFORD . Spmll SECOND ROW ALMA JEFFERS . pi,,,,0 DOROTHY LOWE . , y,,g,,? ,md gpmy, -IRAN MCCURRY . . Sjufffh WAYNE MONROE . G S1,,L,,U, '?-g QEML Aqfifd 142 eff? -,,. 1 , 1 L ,li A w K l'1mm .xp ,',L. If Yf 1f'1'4 ll xf ,,',ff If Xl f.','f if l'uif r l'hi1f Sf .,',-, ff Q-," V4 A ,diiizlailz-if A .LA DR. OSIPOFF This year the orchestra has continued to grow in quality and quantity under the able direction of Dr. B. G. Osipoii. If has a good representation of strings, re6ClS and brass. As a result of many tedious hours of practice the members of the Ur- chestra have acquired a degree of Skill which will be of value to them and to oth0rS during the rest of their lives. The per- formances from special scores arranged by their director were an unusual feature Of their many campus activities. A group of 150 voices blended into a harmonious whole composes the Asbury College Chorus. These students like to sing and enjoy using their talent to bring happiness and beauty to the lives of others. Assisted by the Art Department, the Chorus, under the direction of Mrs. Rachel Osipoff, presented a Yuletide program of favorite Christmas carols in Hughes Audi- torium. An outstanding program was pre- sented at graduation when the Chorus, with the assistance of the Speech and Art De- partments, sang the oratorio t'Elijah." IHS 'TA 'T MRS. OSIPOFF fl. 0 .V flu i 'ng M l MR. BORLAND 7 The Asbury College Men's Glee Club has a distinctive place in the panorama of Asbury life, both on and off the campus. It is com- posed of thirty-six selected voices and directed by Professor F. D. Borland, Jr. Heading the organization of th-e club this year is Jack Stowell, of Findlay, Ohio, with Ellsworth Culver as Business Manager. The fellows which make up the club form a very cosmopoli- tan group, representing many different states, besides two representatives from China. The high-light of this years activities was the Fourteenth Annual Tour. The trip provides an opportunity for the members to present the Gospel in song to many audiences and also extends the influence of Asbury. This year the Glee Club toured the southern states many eiiclencts of the wor'inv out sf o 5 purposes in incliiiclual lives. le repertoire of tht Club inclucts rt igious lcncun hymns and typical American songs. At every concert, an opportunity ig gii n liar rli members of the Clul to giit tieir personi O ' , , , , - , ix b L G dy Tl L ' l- -l g classics, Negro spirituals, arrzingeinents of well- 7 V l C K b K ., c ' S 'L' 1 L' , , . , E .. 1 . tl of Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Florida and Georgia. It has brought baclc to the campus a glorious report of the 1 4 ,Q testimonies to the grace of God. Alwnvs an invitation is given to tliose who want to have their spiritual needs met by tlie Savior. THEME Out of my life may jesus shine: llflafee me a blessing, O Savior, 1 pray, llflrzke me a blessing to ,tcmzconc today. ,,.., .,,-. . ... 1 . n' ""' . ,:-. 'Lf V -Chatfi-' Y"'3"'- '-L'g'.if51f Z'3 r4rH:11i'il:-'5lJf .iT- ' I-,A' - ..2:-, , L 7: 'T .wif4axwsiiwz4i45I3ltdY-iv7rF'fPfF. I . ' ,,,,, Ambassadors Missxonaires UARTET Through the ministry of song Asbury quartets are do-ing much to win souls. They engage in many revival meetings and Week-end services during the school year. This year we are fortunate to have four quartets on our campus. In November the Ambassador quartet traveled by plane on a special mission to Havana, Cuba, to participate in a seven-day revival meeting. The members spent tedious hours learning songs in Spanish and preparing testimonies in that language so that they could minister directly to the people, but they felt it was well worth their effort. Ambassadors C'lmrlcs Noble, lillswortli Culver, -Tack Stowell, Harold Sharp M issionaires Teal Smith, Charles XV:1rner, Mark Smith, John VVooCls King's Messengers llownrcl Moore, Floyd Braun, Ed Grant, Nlarvin johns Crusaders livcretr Alclsrriclt, ,lmnes Harmon, Bert Dieflienwierth lioh Collins , . ,tau 1, 2 .4 4 Redemption Trio With voices blending into harmonious songs of praise, the trios go out to carry the Gospel message in song. The opportunities of service Redemption Trio Ruth Bivans, Lorane Brown, Jacqueline Morgan Gospelaires Lillian Smith, Mziry' Muffly, jane Crooks Visionaires Maxine Falke, Meralyn Trefethen, Donna Brasher ' 'Q ,f , e s Gospelniri s for these girls have been varied, including radio worlc with the Echo Ensemble as well as rhi- furnishing of music for the chapel services, for the prayer meetings, and for other religious services on campus. Visionaires 01 149 497 X K I X V 149 4 -na - '-i A K 1! P l 2 i I 1 1 The Aunts come for a visit An evening mingled with laughter and tears, joy and sorrow, will be remembered by those who saw and lived, 'QI Remember Mamaf' Ir is the story of a happy and humble Norwegian family in their struggle for adjustment in the new world. The audience was captivated by 'Qgracious Mama," whose sacrifice for the happiness of her family, MRS. GREATHOUSE Director caused us to be even more grateful for the love of mothers. The audience in turn laughed at the droll peculiarities of the three sisters, a contrast from "bossy Aunt Jenny" to the shy and bashful "Trina" "Dramatic Katrin" presented to us the MISS SERROTT Stage Director a 3 Z W f X 4 f ff, X rf, Hffyff ywrf 0,41 QWH T7 if f ,, '37 M3 11 ? 1 11 111 re f ti f:-fy :Nz 4 11 1 U 1 il ' 25 1 5111 H 3352. 11: 1 111 ig fw, 1 A X! slg fil Ze .1 ,, . if ,ey , 7 ff? X , yhf ,W ,f, fi! V ,, n f ff . 4 4 - ' ,Q H ' '27 ...,3Q,,,.s..l-.a....,N,if.vf..m,,,,.,.,,vr,,.,,,,4,,,a,fvfwa,,a4zi.o.wms.ff-rM , V , A "Please, Mama" desire of a young lady whose passion for writing was accompanied by disheartening experiencesg yet in the end, her dreams were realized when she received recognition for her work. Nor could we forget "Uncle Chris" whose firmness was ex- ceeded only by a kind and generous heart. A wonderful performance, '49 ers! P Kalriu .Uzuna . Papa . Cflrislim' Nrlx . Dagmar . fllr. llyflr . 5111111 Trina . .Alunt Jenny . .rlunl Sigriil . Uncle Chris . 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MARY lIIiI.1iN S'l'liXVAR'l' The dream is over Mr. Fleser blocks the play The play is cast E The class of '50 successfully presented "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court," a side-splitting comedy, which is a new version of o-ne of the most humorous hooks written. In this clramatization the Yankee from Con- necticut, Hank Bennett, young' engineer just out of colleg-e, is anxious to try his hand at every kind of mechanical device. He is knocked cold hy one such device and wakes up to find himself in the court of King Arthur- hut all? well that ends well. Thanks to you, Juniors, for ia wonderful production! . CAST Hank Bennett . . .... DALLAS KELLEY Marian Bennett . . . DONNA BRASHER Mrs. Bennett . . ESTHER DAVIDSON King Arthur . . . EMILE MCADAMS Queen Guenefver . . i . . NAOMI GETTIG Sir Sagramor . . JACK TRAVELSTEAD Launcelot . . . . EUGENE BELL Sandy . . . JUNE KLINE Elaine . . . . . JANE LONG Clarence . . HAROLD FRENCH Me1'li1z ........... PAUL ROHER Queen Morgan Le Fay . . 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"And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus." Col. 3:17 I X 6 -7 7 -v 3 rw i mix "t 'fa "" , ,,.,5' ..,. , .5 Z1'CA,,x, -LK, ' fflhm,:wz?fwz gzmi if . mi ' 5 :bf -. f:w.,....gp: . . OMMITTEE Authority, leadership, understanding- these words characterize those who serve in this group. The D. C. Committee, which, in its true sense, means the Discipline Committee, refers to a group of faculty members headed by Dean Kenyon, who have the important taslc of governing our students in their social activi- ties. There is not another group on the campus more willing to help the student who is having difficulty adjusting to college life than these Christian men and women. Even in matters pertaining to discipline these administrators strive to apply the principles of Christ. In each of these tasks they endeavor to uphold the Christian ethics which are a part of Asbury. "Discipline, like the bridle in the hand of a good rider, should exercise its influence without appearing to do sog should be ever active, b0'fh as a support and as a restraint, yet seem t0 lie easily in hand. It must always be ready t0 check or to pull up, as occasion may require? and only when the horse is a runaway should the action of the curb be perceptiblef' STUDE FACULTY A representative group com- prising both students and faculty administrators, the Student Faculty Committee endeavors to promote the welfare of the student body in its social and govern- mental life. The students serving on this committee are elected annually from each of the four classes by their classmates. An organizatio-n which has helped many Asburians is the Asbury Student Foun- dation. It was created for the purpose of giving Huan- cial aid to students -in As- bury who would otherwise be unable to complete their college course. Funds for this purpose are derived from student subscriptions, alumni and friends. ASBURY STUDENT FOUNDATION x ......., It I I I I: I z I ,I If' I I II I I II I I I I 1? 'I Ill II 1 I I I K 1 I 'I DVVIGHT MIKKELSON Editor THE 1949 SBURIAN EDITORIAL STAFF . Top: Features, Sports, Make-up Editors DVVIGHT MIKKELSON . ANN BARNETT ELOISE GATES BETTY TURKINGTON . CLAUDE MOSHER . . IRA EAST .f . . ROBERT RIEL . ROBERT SHARP . Associate Editor . . . . . Literary Editor . Features Editor . Sports Editor . . Photographer . . . Photographer . . Photographic Editor ELNORA TAYLOR .... Photographic Editor PHYLLIS ROGGENKAMP . . Personality Editor KEITH COLBY . BERNICE RIPLEY . JANELONG .. . . . . . . Jlffalee-up Editor . . Secretary . . . Secretary ANN BARNETT .flssofiale Editor . . . . Editor Bottom: Photographers, Photographic Editors X x XNNSQA ,ktw EMM? ka'.I5,gf fr'f- ' I rod I wig-f,ya,a ' Q- 4 n fi' I va Wien ,gm ,I -gm-s::: -:fwfg-1 N' twig' If 5 ' A st 5 t ,M .,,, gg r , ,.,,ig2v, 4., V at I-, ,Q 5, , I N Q, sm 1 K.- 'IKWZI4 'I Belofw: Literary Editors, Secretaries we 4, 5 - T- cf ., Mt.l1iliw "i+ E225 lm n Tile, ,JS on B Sl BUSINESS STAFF CHARLES THOMPSON . . . Business Manager JAMES FLORENCE . . . Aldfvertisirzg Manager' DALLAS 'KELLEY . , Xldfverfising Representatifve ROBERT HAVENS . . ,4dw'erli.ving Representative RICHARD ARMSTRONG ..... fldflleflisillg Represenzalifve HELEN JOHNSON . . Circulation Manager MAXINE FALKE . .... Secrelary CHARLES T I'I O M PSO N B 115i lIl,'.f.Y A111 nagfrr r , :yn L ls , ,,,, , , ,mf ,bw ,f W 1 X ,5 DORIS HES9 JOHN PRIEST Erlztof Iiusirzess Manager Through the lceenness, wit and speed of Doris Hess, Editor, the Collegian becomes a vital, living part of Asbury each Saturday as eager eyes scan its pages for the weelc's news. Backed by top-notch assistants, who are appointed to their office on the basis of experience and merit, the paper is indeed an excellent publication. Some of the special features this year in addition to the campus news are, World News, by Claude Mosher, Kampus Kalei- doscope, by the Stag, and From the Halls of Asbury, by Charlotte Dillon. ,V fm. fl! ffyffgw, ffffmm ,fff ,M ,, ,,fff,,, 4, f X Y !f ? ' f f ff 1 fff ' fff ?' ffwiffai Lf, ' 7 f 7' V 1 O 'fyf f "mf 4 ,vff 1 I ff jf vw 1 1 1,1 fff y, X fwff 1 X f 4 1 fl 47 f 'ff 4 1 "7 ,ZW 'fin I f iff 1 fff "TQ M ffff ff ,fffjff ' IQ fm! f74f4'Z"',f in 1 . N C. .., ,,-5 'Os . ' X' ,X X, 8.x-,..,..aul ROBER1' SHIRER, Managing lidilorg l'iI.URIiXL'l-Q lmnx Ymxmg-,lf1z.-im, ' PIPER, A'mc.v-Fmlzznw lidzlur. lixlrwxnx, !.'irful:1fiff11,- Suu ll N , flAlll11 .Uf11nm,r. Collegian Staff by "r The members of the In- LIBRARY CLUB IN TERN AT -....i....-,., A. . -,.. , Miss Ruth Van Sciver assisted by Mis-s Jean Holt, has made many im- provements in Morrison Library since last spring. Through the efforts of these two women, 1,600 new volumes pertaining to science, language, na- ture study, and other im- portant fields have been added. 7 ternational Relations Club, through films, speakers, and debates, are afforded the opportunity of studying current World events, problems and pol-icies. This year the International Rela- tions Club sponsored the first moclc election to be held in Asbury. r IGNAL RELATIONS CLUB ENS Darla rooms and cam- eras are two familiar words to members of this club. These camera en- thusiasts meet weekly to study the principles of the camera and the art of enlarging, developing and printing. Members are given a chance to ex- hibit their skill as pho- tographers in an annual contest. Forty women students and their advisor, M-iss Lucy Adams, comprise the membership of this organization which is af- filiated with the National Home Economic Clubs of America. These mem- bers contribute annually to the support of a for- eign student who studies Home Eco-nomics in America. H SHUTTER J, 'XA ECO GMICS g, if s PRE D CLUB The Pre-Med was organized for the purpose of giving additional information and instruction to students in- terested in medical worlc. The first "Science Open House" was presented this year. In addition to field trips, the members enjoyed films, speakers, and lectures. For those who wish to speak Spanish more fluently, the Spanish Club offers an ex- cellent opportunity. This year in order to enlighten themselves concerning the customs, culture, and habits of their neighbors south of the border, the members carried on correspondence and shared their letters with one another. AN CLUB FCREIG STUDE TS Each year Asbury Welcomes into its family many stu- dents from foreign nations all over the world. Most of these students are sons and daughters of missionaries who have been or are now serving in various countries. This year Africa ranks first with a representation of nine students. The French Cluh affords those who speak French the opportunity of participating in programs which will en- ahle them to employ the language more efficiently. Directed hy Miss Virginia Hayes, this club meets twice monthly to enterta-in with drama, poetry and discus- sion groups. I X0-WJ, fl 71 LE CERCL RANCAIS TURE TEACHERS The Education and Psy- chology Departments have again organized a chapter called the Future Teachers of America, a branch of the national and state organi- zation. Its purpose is to en- courage students outstand- ing in scholarship and per- sonality to engage in one of the important professions of organized society. The Associated Women Students of Asbury is .an organization for the purpose of promoting a bond of real Christian fellowship among the women on the campus. In addition to o-ther activi- ties this group is responsible for the appo-intment of hall chaplains and Big Sisters and presents a gift to the dormitory each year. ASSCCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS INDUSTRIAL LIFE We tend the cows, svyeep the Hoors, Dry the dishes and stack the hooks, We work and study, play and sing, We wouldnat exchange it for anything. " X7 A 4544-Yfizw 1 1 ,gm f ay? ,V , " 2? War" 541239 e I fy-f 1,4 f ,,z ,,, 1 , .g,',,0C,mf, .,,H,, H. DV?-I' 753: f S 2, fsfcf IW' W- , M- WF' 2555? , ,. ., fV, .- V bm, 7, , ., . V :zz ff! f f ff ff! at I X f 21. W ww, 24? ff? ff ,f f I , I, ff ' I ff 1 if f ' 2 f M ,fi Lf? M "'15if" fwfr rl XS Xurx 44 ,?E'g711i'3ff?W' nr.. i w it fmvx. s T1 1 ff uw-Q 'x v W'-M -Y ,,,,., . 'fha-Q yu, 3 , N sl .aoux 1 M- Yru :zany P if- -'--. Yin rzzsw 1 i MOW6HK2Q'dI?77WfCf am! f www! T58 f 6'1wZZ?77?77s7c5?3 571134 .Tzlici affjom bv 51.37 l:I'27Z--- fgan' Aearf are ,07??:f 127 przzyalf c I fm " h i?7Zm Wifi !'f??7ff'7?'f'f H6915 aglzgf' find er U Wdfymf canffeyaifbfr. rim? 5 ou may Il,-'-'T'-'fl www-mWff',3gu1 my , Lim EQ. . If: . Af... :i-'Q M-- Y' ff:-3 g?'.:.a 42? 511: 361' J ...-. 155'- Fai an . ...Lt 115 . '1-.. . rf' Zz. . 1- I 1 S 1 L X, ff 1 '01 FV 1505 ff , ., ff , f, , ff f 'f 01 ' , ff f ff 4 ' - X , , ff f EX yy , , ff? fm, , f f fain , f y 1, ' ' f -fm fgfyf ff , " ,, f ,ff lwfwffx ff fr f f-fz?Q4f,2y?f5fzv ' 7 f 2? Y. D. VVESTERFIELD Thanks to the mentors, the teams in the various sports are ever improving. Combining encouraging remarks with new ideas, they are always with their teams, urging them on to their best efforts. Most of the coaching is. done by students CONNIE JOHN ALEXANDER HOVVARD LEVVIS MONTGOMERY MIKE SMITH si., DICK RICHARDSON who are selected by the athletic depart- ment. This department, headed by Mr. Westerheld and Mr. Richardson, is ever striving to build up sports and increase their usefulness in the lives of Asbury stu- dents. Jos THACKER 1 'ii' ' - ' -1"-Z4"W ' 'f f f , V 1 ' 1 4 ff' ' -, 5- ' ' , 1, 1 V VT' 4 3 ,V .,,. 1,37 I , , ,df 6 1 f - ,.,. , ,- V Q11 I. .11 71, fy .,W, h9,.-,W V 1, A , fi ff 6 tx W V , :1., J ,fc V: fgyyw 4 kr 111 . . JACK XVILLIAMS LOUIS YOUNGS l lj ff ff fgx 11 wx 1, 11 fx iff? X f!0f I fffi fx f f f 141 1 Xfgf i 1 1 7 f Z 1 f X17 fC ff ,1 1 1 1 1, 1 ' Mi xff f X 7 M14 1 IFXIMII Y ,f ,fo 1 11 7 6 , 1 1 71 'Af cf .f - fn ' C nf W f ' ff 1 1 , , 1 f2,f,, 11, . if ,1,,',p ,. V' an O, ff 7 I 1 X Q 1 LETTERME "A" WINNERS l The "A" winners, pace setters in the sports, are selected from each sport on T the basis of ability and sportsmanship. They are representative of the high standard of athletics that is maintained in Asbury. 1 I V h Boys Basketball: Dwight Milclcelson, Myron Smith, Ted Smith, Harlon Stoclc, Herbert Van Vorce. Softball: Ted Brantingham, Paul Crooks, Bob Howard, Howard Lewis, Duane Meier, Dwight Milclcelson, Harlon Stock, Jack Williams. Tennis: George Pope. Track: Jim Foullces. G irls Basketball: Jere Edwards, Dorothy Gierhart, Jeanne Gordon, Connie Montgomery Grace Shaw. Softball: Pat Gravens, Gail Davis, Phyllis Roggenlcamp, Barbara Rou, Helen Simmons, Track: Evelyn Winslow. i 175 5 4 l I , 1 r F RESHMEN N The Rockets are an up and coming bali club with spirit that makes them I hard to heat. With practice and experience they will provide in the coming years outstanding competition for the other campus teams. JOHN FINCH WILLARD JONES ROBERT KING LISLE KUNKLE RICHARD MCCLAIN ,Hi f i I 1 i x L I iz 4 4. if vig it 1 1 i v I A I i E K "fir L 'rg- H 6 94" xiii S fm Mfiff.fQ,' D A fi V , , X D ROSS ROGER RT LONG R1-xi SARDVVATARI ROBERT scoTT PAUL SPEAKMAN P et , A ig , lil ti 5 ! X , Qi asf be ' ' 4 g Auppppp we L. V 5 1 Q ' , 'akfif Q VV - ,,.k MN X was ' .t ,V i R . c ...,tg,g,, , ,M a 3 ,, i i2 E A F: Rl f if gt 5 -me 4,1111 wifi gqwzrff .t..,.,. , . 5 CQ 1:4 K., :sr 14, J 1 224 ,fe- ' z " ' f S X I4 4 ,gl 524 15 ?j2 i - ,322 ,si 1 5 4 45251- 1 SOPHOMORES The Trojans, havmg lost two players since last season have been seri- ously handicapped but are still capable of a good game of basketball They have created lots of competition against all comers and although not win- i I l , . , 7 I gl ri 2 2 ' ning consistently they have been hard to bowl over ROBERT BALDRIDGE EUGENE BARBOUR TED BRANTINGHAM RONALD CHITESTILR RUISIQRI' Li.'XRNlil lx E l, 1. f 2 . 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Q 'TW' s IM" s Il ! sv RICHARD SIGLER MARK SMITH MIKE SMITH JACK NVII.I,I.-XNIS I.Ol'IS YUVNU5 SEN IORS The Bulldogs, supplemented by some additional talent since last year, have presented a formidable team this year. Characterized by scrappiness and hard playing, they have been flies in the ointment of all their op- ponents. H- niiiu 179 9 ' sql gl N '40, l --1' ,V h FRESHMEN soPHoMoREs . . t . . S d : B ll, I, ff ra nghz, fun row: Rou, Allison, Morgan, K 'k, S 4 Leziiolifollgbiiivfli' "i'2'f,aHfZi1f'Yili,2ffie'6vafd,els"i.'ln5,'lH?ayi0f Dorn. Mifh-fl. Gfaf. Thgyson. Third f015iirGVehr,gZr, ' ' een GIRL'S BASKETBALL The athletic-minded girls of the campus find basketball one of their favorite pas- times. The Jackets in the past two years have held the title, but this season the Bull- dogs sank their teeth into the championship and carried it off. All four of the teams have played good ball. The Trojans with scrappy playing and sportsmanship were always hard to down. The Rockets have proved their abil- ity and have carved their niche in campus basketball. Next season Asbury will be looking for more of the same kind of ball from the four contenders. ggi' fo flghl, Ffiflif fglv: Monlggomery, Wilkinson, Berck. Second WHY 21 e utt n ' ' . . . - i ' seyo 31-aylzgmpggtnd 'OW' Trefethenw Demp' Left to rxgbt, first row: Mosher, Taylor, Shaw, Key. Second row- ' ' ' Wimlow, Piper, Gordon, Gierhart. in . "" . K s ' I ff, ,V V N . J i ,r X , - t f M -, S1 3229 ' ' V . 1 L I W' .2-sWP2ZZ:?z,c, 4. 3 ,5 v:,I?' -qi - . 1 fix 1 ff fl if-,Nd . ,,.., N W I ir ,X 2 V Q ,, 5 f X T T . :- i 4 I. ll 5, f If A Q Q , - - M, .Q . X ix aw QV. A- -,gran TU BLING A jump, a roll, a twist on the bar, all tell the story when tumbling activities begin. To those who like the sport, the beat of feet on the floor and the thud of a body hitting the mat is music to their ears. The tumbling team under the direction of Dick Richardson furnishes plenty of recreation for those who enjoy this parti- cular activity. Apparatus work, coached by Joe Thacker, is a vital phase of the team's doings, providing thrills for the on- lookers and spills for the doers. The outstanding feature of the year, which brings enjoyment to all, is the color- ful, gay, rollicking Gym Jamboree, where the tumblers show their wares. Not the least in the affair are the clowns and the human cannon ball, with their various other antics. This department of Asbury athletics promises to be a growing attraction, giving sport life a big boost. The team Top: A ringer! Bottom: Suspended Hold th1t post I Safe! The umpire calls "play ball," and the season is underway once again. That familiar cry rings out over the diamond every fall and spring when the class teams participate in a tournament which presents lots of friendly rivalry and close competi-1 tion. The players are enthusiastic and play with a will to win which provides a lively affair for the spectator. Some genuine talent has been displayed on the field particularly on the mound. Good, tight pitching featured the fall tourney and will probably be the big factor in the forth-coming spring meet. The Bulldogs, by virtue of I-loward's ZGM Eye that ball strong right arm, battled their way to the head of the procession this fall. They, no doubt, will carry on their winning ways this spring but not Without some hot com- 7 petition from the Trojans who paclc a real sting with their top-notch pitching, and from the Rockets with their combined pitching and hitting. The long stretch A hot one Rob, winds H cf ei FRESHMEN Left to right, front row: Ross, Froderman, Saruwatari, E. Frazer, H. Frazer. Second row: Stafford, McClain, Phillips, Negley. Third row: Jones, Rulong, Davis, Finch, Leighty. JUN1oRs Left to right, kneeling: T. Smith, Case, W Smith, Mikkielson. Standing: Mosher, Fishheclc Van Vorce, Dorsey, Simmerman, Coach Alex ander. 11 -H-nl A as ,gg .E ,WM,W,,f,,, Foulkes returns What a racket-some of these players do wield! Tennis is a popular sport among many at Asbury. Highlighting the year are the tournaments which are played each fall and spring. The tourneys provide plenty of action and entertainment for all partici- pants. A dangerous contender In the fall tournament Pope and Collins took the men's doublesg Zena Prettyman and Bird Powell captured the mixed dou- bles. The singles were not entirely played oil: but Pope and Collins were considered the best in the Held. Une of the two would undoubtedly have won the singles title had they been played to completion. The Champs I .,i,,,,.,., H 1 f f My Z 1 'Ax . .3 i at 'tm . -1 if ai if "-is gr N, V - ws, - gif, Ts 9. fi- 4 I Qimqh I fl s 'LWQQRNB Sai- E . ..,, N ,. cc.. . i Q .mg wiig'-. I . L, 4 Q ' Eg E , If if I '25 I !!!!!!m x N 'Z' . 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Ba nham's Y Beaumonr lnn Becker Laundry Co. Ben Franklin Slore Benson Prinring Company Benileyville Camp lvieeling Beulah Camp lvleeiing Beulah Grove Camp Beulah Park Holiness Camp lvieelr- ing Blackford Eleciric Company Blue Bird Body Company Boyd, Thomas D. Bradshaw's Fishing Camp Carl Heinz Jeweler Cedar Village Resiaurani CoHrell's Bakery Cozy Corner Resiauranr Crouse Broihers De Boor's Laundry Delma Srudios Dine-A-Mile Dixie Cream Do-Nui Shop Duryea lvieihodisl Church Emily Rix Frazer Farmer's Supply Siore Fine, Dr. F. H. Foio Cenier Frirz Priniing Company Gaskin's Fishing Camp Gaugh and Cox lns. Co. Gillispie, Dr. V. C. Graves Cox 84 Company Grocers Baking Company Guyn, Kuriz 84 Hager Hannan, Dr. J. R. Harlan Wells Hemphill Pharmacy Herloeri Lugg Herrilord, G. T. Hesier's Highland Lake Bible Conference Holbrook's Huich Shop, The Huichinson's Groceries lshmael 34 Glass Johnson Hall Keller Molor Company INDEX Kenlucky Uiiliry Company, The Kildow Hoiel Co. Lad and Lassie Laiayeile Hoiel, The Lake Ariel Meihodislr Church Lexingion Herald-Leader Lexingion Room, The Lexingion Telephone Company Lexingion Typewriier Exchange McCullar's Flower Shop lv1angel's lvlar'rin's Deparlmeni Siore Meyers Miichell Baker Smiih Corp., lnc The Mi. Lake Park Holiness Camp Meeling Naiional Associaiion for Holiness Nicholasville Drug Slore Peerless Laundry Phil Rosenberg Pinksion, L. R. Pressman's Deparirneni Siore Pyrolax Borile Gas Richardson Phoiogra phic Service Roberis' Jeweler Roberi's Jewelers Roggenkamp Moior Company Saunier Brothers Scudder's lce Cream Silver Heighis Camp Meeiing Simms Drug S'rore Simpson Park Camp Meeiing Sisrrunk 84 Company Sleepy-Head House Smirh, Dr. Lawson Souihern Engravers SJrainlooock's Deparlmeni Siore Srare Bank 8: Trus'r Company Slalom, Dr. Slirrup Cup Resiauranf, The Suiherland Chevroler Company Tinder-Krauss-Tinder Union Gospel Press Vicior Bogaeri Company Villeminoi, P. 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For informalion wrile: Rev, I. E Sleyer, 939 Sixlh Slreel, Charleslon 2, W. Va. SILVER HEIGHTS CAM MEETING P Silver Hills, New Albany, Ind, AUQus+ 444, 1949 Workers: Gaddis-Moser Parly Rev V E Hard. A . , , Inq Meals Caleleria Slyle ROOms and Meals reasonable Wrile A. A, STONE, S Wallace Aye- Louisville, Ky, GCY. Bild -l-F6-55, BEULAH CAMP MEETING Repfon, Alabama lon U. S. 841 Annual encampmenl' begins on Thursday before firsl' Sunday, closes second Sunday in each July. Presenling oulsfranding Holiness Preachers and singers. REV. HENRY A. SCREWS, JR., Pres. Hunlsville, Ala. BEULAH GROVE CAMP Mendon, Ohio Aug. 2-I4, I949 Evangel's'r-J. E. L b f S009 Evangelisls-Frank angnllera? Dibclchgldgl llllqhr lll ris Ciiy BEULAH PARK HOLINESS CAMP MEETING Eldorado, Illinois Augusl 4-August I4, I949 Workers: Dr. S. H. Turbeville, Dr. James DeWeerd, Mr. 81 Mrs. Raymond Knighfon. For furlher informalion wrile lo Rev. William M. Henderson, Anna, Ill. BENTLEYVILLE CAMP MEETING Benileyville, Pa. July 7-I7 Workers: Rev. Harry Jessop, Dr. Harry Denman, Rev. Henry Screws, Rev. and Mrs, Eldon Fuhrman, Rev, and Mrs. lrs Wood, Mrs. Edilh Gallagher, Prof. Samuel Waller, Rev. Edgar Waller. SIMPSON PARK CAMP MEETING near Romeo, Michigan inviles all Asburians lo ils 85+h session- Augusl 4-I4, I9-49, and offers Congralu- lalions lo lhe Gradualing Class. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE PROMO- TION OF HOLINESS, INC., is an organizalion for lhe spread of Scriplural Holiness. Wrile: H. M. Couchenour, P. O. Box 533, Boynlcn, Pa. HIGHLAND LAKE BIBLE CONFERENCE HIGHLAND LAKE, NEW YORK l949 Summer Season-July 3 lo Sepl. 5 WYALUSING METHODIST DURYEA METHODIST LAKE ARIEL METHODIST CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH REEVES C. HAVENS, JR., Paslor R. C. HAVENS, SR., easier L. BRADLEY HAVENS. 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A Jusi' CIownIng - THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR DRY GOODS COmpIImen+S of Noiions ard Shoes I I ORD THE WILMORE BANK G- T' HERRIF V ' WILMORE, KENTUCKY I "SISTRUNK" , ' The Big House W. T. sl315g3N7K ef co. H WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS lLargesT in Cenfral Kenfuckyl Fruifs, VegeI'abIes, Groceries, No'IIons, Confedions Ho+eI-Res+auran+, Fouh+ain Supplles LEXINGTON, 3 I, KENTUCKY CROUSE BROTHERS Sales and Service WILMORE, Kamuciw ...,.,.,.........A..A ..-. A...,..4,.,.A...... ig A-A- A Sid I 76,4 ff New if D M I M Q ii WWW ' J E B E B vii 10 ' Discoun+ 'ro Preachers and Religious Workers Wri+e for Li+era'rure and Prices BUY VAGABOND AND BUY THE BEST i "Famous for fine foods" mine-J4. mfg K. A. DQNEY WILMORE, i4ENTUci4Y J. W. Mccumrocr QW' 151 135 ff? 15, JT E' Y. ng.. I ii-- .H- .gifz H. K,-, Siu: . . ,Si-SL figfz' :iiftf .wi . 52. ,. ri? ... 4 1- 2,4-N! 'f"2 -fr , VN 12525 1' Q1-:L 175 'HZ 723 4513 im LFS' Ag' V: . lg: ,ue , L. QL- :Y rim ,afjib 151:11 j 70-'i ,yas 552.4 .2112 - A ,.14,. 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KENTUCKY Q,j,g,fwj,3. ,N fm- 1551353 . :+a...f-,mail fi:- A' 31.25.32 ' " ' w73-1'.+v Lf ,sis Exam 5.-5:-La.uff:k -as-511 :. xr.:- M IB COMPLIMENTS OF SLEEPY-HEAD HQUSE The Sou+I1's Mosi' C mplefe F I y fo Consumer Fu nlfure S+o e -Q- RETAIL DIVISION OF SOUTHERN BEDDING CO. lncorporafed "We Work TI1a+ You May SI ep d ay Lex: gfon Ky , .4 .rw -1 0. b e .-J fm f-----f--fav-1: -f' 21-f n:' : 5w7 THE IEHUECH sHoP MEN'S APPAREL Alfggz 'Trousers .S .t UI S 'Sporl Jaclce+s .COM s 'Swea'I'ers .Dresses .shlrls 'Slcirls 'Shoes 'Blouses 'Ties .Hose BeHer Qualily ancl Smarler Sfyles Aclloining l-lu+cl1inson's Cleaners WILMQREI KY. COMWMENTS PHIL ROSENBERG OF JEWELER l5l Easl Main S+. I LEXINGTON, KY. S Nexl 'ro llle Shand ICE CREAM 'X 94 Fea'l'urlng-Naliohally Aclverlised Wa'rcl1es-Diamonds-Cos'rume VVll.lXAORE, KENTUCKY Jewelry and Silverware ni ,. .. PEERLESS LAUNDRY 81 DRY CLEANING CC' llncorporahedl LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. Phone 335 T49 N. Broadway T F HESTER'S Clofhes college men wear COMPLIMENTS LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY OF ROBERTS' JEWELER NICHOLASWLLE' KY. HEMPHILL PHARMACY Drugs-Sunclries-Foun'rain Service IOI So. Main ST. Nicholasville. Ky CompIimenTs OT V. C. GILLISPIE, lVI.D. Phvsician and Suraeon CompIimenTs OT STATE BANK 81 TRUST CO. ITIARRODSBURG KENTUCKY Wilmore, Ky. P. O. Builclinq CompIimenTs OT CONGRATULATIONS A To The class of I949 V -+- ASHLAN D FLORISTS LEXINGTON, KY. CompIimenTs of I THE KENTUCKY UTILITY CO. RALPH BARRETT, Campus AgenT Vlfilmore, Ky. ' WHEREVER YOU GO-REMEMBER THIS . I MEST gUCCeSsTuI'ToIIcs early acIopT meThocIs of equipping Themselves Tor bigger lOeOS I yflincreaslng Their oyfn worTh. Some Iceep noTebooIcs Tor The names OT Shen? ein jg' 'WEST Emi clon T wanT To TorgeT. Some Clip news iTems and classify '-.- i t .L niqm Wim OF S sr ready reTerenCe. Some work by day and sTuCIy by . donur- be JYOIO Eugglio OSE.IilGYy+VV2aTiverhyour rTyeThod-when success comes- J . I G en ' - ' WOFHI more Hmm money in Hue bank? UFC reguarly wlTh your neighbors. ITS LEXINGTON HERALDLEADER LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY BIBLE E-R-RIESITOR AND ILLUMINATOR NICHOLASVILLE I An Advanced Bible STudenT's QuarTerl ' TreaTing on Lessons as given by The lnTeZ naTional UniTorm Lesson CommiTTee J. GH-BERT HICKS ProprieTor A QuarTerly in MonThly ParTs-l92 pages Price, a quarTer, 37 cenTs NICHOLASVILLE, KY, Also, a Tull line. of SUNDAY SCHOOL LITERATURE Tor all deparTmenTs 0 Samples Available You are always welcome Address Make This your headquarTers when in union eosPEL PRESS N. ,I , . ic oasvulle Box 6059 Cleveland l, Ohio BEAUMGNT INN ln The hearT oT The KenTucky Blue Grass Region, Tor Those who seek comTorT-reTine- xcellenT Tood and TradiTional SouThern ' l'losloiTaliTy menT-e Parlors and GuesT Rooms furnished wiTh An- Tiques Famous Tor Hickory-Smoked Hams and Fried Chicken ExcepTional GiTT and AnTique Shop CHARLES M. DEDMAN H T, C. DEDMAN, JR. f' uk". ana er e Everyday in The Year M Q S sf-,xx-,VB-If'f,x P 'n A A Excepir ChrisTmas Day Telephone 2 ,, .A ,-..., Q: ' A -'rv-r-K1-'F?3?35Y-1-ii-f'i'+ ,.. Y-, , tgp, ,:,F33.+..,:-3:-nur:--:+x-was-fF5-'C' ' ' Iv1cCULLAR'S FLOWER SHOP In I'II5T0l'IC Harrodsburg I06 Maple Sireef Wilmore, Ky, Flowers for Weddings, Funerals, Pariies Boun-feous Meals gf 1-he "OLD SOUTH," Corsages a specialiiy Telegraph Delivery Service I FEATURING CounI'ry Ham, Fried Chicken, X , a"d,SIeaI' THE LAFAYETTE I'IOTEL Special cafermg for formal Dinners and PaI"I'IeS Congralulales Ihe Class of '48 Modern Rooms Phone 200 for Reservafions LEXINGTON' KENTUCKY Life Aufomobile Fire Wafchmalxer and Jeweler INSURANCE I i K 207 E. High Sireei Phone: Office 2I27 I5l E. Main S+, lNex+ Io Sirandl Lexingion, y. Lexingfonl Kenfucky Residence 3960 Complimenis of Complimenis of in J ang! llc-wdie LexingI'on TypewriI'er Exchange 'Only ChiIdren's Shop In "Underwood Typewri'rers" I-Iarrodslgurg' Kenlucliy I44 W. Shori Lexingfon, Ky. HERBERT LUGG Major EIec+ricaI Appliance Dealer SUTHERLAND A CHEVROLET COMPANY SALES-SERVICE I Car Insurance-Washers-Radios Nicholasville, Keniuclcy I GASKIN'S FISHING CAMP WURLITZER Spiny pianos On Ioeauiiful Herringion L I4 THE GLOBE STORE a e IZI wYomI"9 Ave- Scranfon, Pa. FISHING SWIMMING LUGGS DEPT. STORE I BCSATINQ I 700 Main S+. Duryea, Pa, y FRITZ PRINTING COMPANY Commercial Job Prinling 8: Engraving Book Worlc A Specially Wedding Invilalions 3rd Sl. al Upper Phone 5470 Lexinglon, Ky. BAYNI-IAM'S "Shoes of Disfinciienn Louisville Lexir-over - 4... CARL I"IEINZ, JEWELER Regislerecl Jeweler, American Gem Sociely Elgin and Hamill-on Walches Columbia Diamond Rings IO2 W. Shorl Lexinglon Ph, 2010 ISHMAEL 8: GLASS . WATCHMAKERS Experl Welch and Clock Repairing All Work Guaranleecl ISO N. Upper SI. Phone 7897 Lexinglon, Ky. BRADSHAW'S FISHING CAMP Boals, Mo'I'ors, Colleges, Rooms, Meals, Swimming Pool 'Where Asburians like io go" Phone Burgin 2I7I We Were Wise COMPLIMENTS OF CQMPLIMENTS TINDER 0 KRAUSS 0 TINDER Oplicians--Pholographic Supplies OF I45 N. Upper Slreel Lexinglen, K-,'. MARTIN'S DEPARTMENT STORE MEYERS NICI-IOLASVILLE, KENTUCKY Lexinglon, Ky. Sporlswear and riding apparel for men and w0mef1 Complimenls of GUYN, KURTZ 8: HAGER Nicholasville, Ky. OF Funeral and Ambulance Service LEXINGTGN TELEPHONE Complimenls ol Incorporaled STORE Main Sireel Nicholasville, KY - -- - 1-v-rr-eff-4-:L . .-- -iw-I 1- - ' "wi 7 ' T -, vig., .:g- . ...: ,. T,-:,.ii '," .: H FARMER'S SUPPLY STORE O'NEAL and W. M. MASTERS, Owners I04-IO6 S, Lexingfon Ave. WILMORE, KY. FEEDS-SEEDS-COAL For besf service, Gulf oil, gasoline, anii-freeze, I'ires, laalleries Dependable service wifh a smile for Asbury's good and GocI's glory. 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Spencer, W. Va. HOTELGOVERNOR CABELL T HOTEL STRATFORD Hunfingfon, W. Va. Parkersburg, W. Va. 0 0 9 Hofels where Chrisfians feel af home. No alcoholic beverage of any kind sold in any of fhese Hofels. c. KILDOW LOVEJCY Presidenf and General Manager . . Ng,,.Lye,.:- vm-v' Complirnenls of S+ainboocIc's Deparlmenl' Slore Phone IOO I IO9 Main Slreel Nicholasville, Kenlucky HUTCHINSON S Groceries and Fresh Meal one 284I Ph Main S+. Vv'iIrnore, Ky. "Bes+ Wishes Io Grac.Iua'res" Man in Ile ham ROBERT'S JEWELERS The Home of all Nafional AcIver+ised Compnmem of Waiches and Jewelry s IO5 E MAIN STREET I COZY CORNER i Lexing+on's Diamond Slore 203 Main Slreel Wilmore, Keniuclcy f BEST WISI-IES TO TI-IE I949 ASBURIAN FROM BLUE BIRD BODY COMPANY FORT VALLEY, GEORGIA The Sou+h's oldesf and Iarges'I' manufadurers of all s'IeeI bus bodies Expresses Appreciafion for Pasf, Present and Fufure Business-Exfends Best Wishes 'ro Class of I949 COMPLIMENTS OF DR. A. E. BAXTER - AND DR. LAWSON SMITH Lexmerou, KENTUCKY SAUNIER BROTHERS General Blaclcsmilhs lron Machine ancl Boiler Works See us for anyihing in lron repairing of all lcincls. Forging a Specially. Elec+ric and Aceiylene Welding A Phone 886 I53-l65 Saunier S+. Lexinglon, Ky. Complimenls of BLACKFORD ELECTRIC CO. Main S+ree'f Wilmore Complimenls ol BECKER LAUNDRY CO. 395 S, Lime Lexinglon, Kenluclcy Congralulalions Class of '49 SIMS DRUG STORE PYROFAX BOTTLE GAS FARMER'S SUPPLY CO. IO4 Phone 324 E. Vine Lexinglon. Ky. I-lOLBROOK'S Shoe Repairing-Hal Bloclring-Re-weaving IO4 E. ' Main Lexinqion. KY. Cfbmplimenls of DR. STATON NICHOLASVILLE, KY. W K L X Dial 1300 I000 Wall Broadcasling All ol U. K. Baslcel Ball Games Complirnenls of Gaugh and Cox Insurance Agency Insurance-Real Es+a+e WILMORE, KY, phone 2494 KELLER FURNISHES Asbury Official Cars and Truclcs KELLER KEEPS Asbury's Cars and Trucks in Topnolch Condilion KELLER SOLICITS Your Palronage for Prompl and Efficierll ' Service KELLER MOTOR CO. NICHOLASVILLE. Kenfucky .. . -am..-5. -.5-nxa.-.21-F-1b ei 5-'Z-5' ' F Liga? tr' 324 FOR GOOD FOOD THE LEXINGTON ROOM ' or THE KENTUCKIAN HOTEL LEx1NeToN, KENTUCKY ' Complimenis of HARLAN WELLS Groceries, Dry Goods, Shoes Complimenfs of VICTOR BOGAERT COMPANY Jewelers and Imporfers Esfablished Since I883 I27-I29 W. Main S'IreeI L ' gion, Keniucky Main S'rree'r . Wilmore, Ky. JOHNSON HALL A fireplace, plush rugs, flourescenl lighls. Wrile a leI+er home from our privaie wriiing Tables. Coming from 'I'he river soon CEDAR VILLAGE RESTAURANT I I:3O-I :3O luncheon 5:00-8:00 dinner THE STIRRUP U. S. 27 Lexingion, Keniucky CUP RESTAURANT Main ai Ashland I Parking Faciliiies U- S- 25 Lexingion, Keniuclcy RICHARDSCN PHQTOGRAPHIC SERVICE Processors of all Informal 'Asburian Piclures FORMAL PICTURES "Por+rai'rs of Dis'rinc'rion" 24 hour roll film service Speed-Qualify-Economy E E amin d Glass FH d iP. EDWARD VILLEMINOT Y e Dr. H. H. Fine . 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