Asbury University - Ashburian Yearbook (Wilmore, KY)

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Perhaps he doesn'f realize fhe significance of fhis conversafion as he sfands for fhe firsf 'rime overlooking Asbury Campus. Home, family, and friends are sfill foo real in his memory. Even less can he anficipafe fhe change hidden in fhe nexf four years. As fhe quarfers sneak easily by, he'll sfop many fimes in a favored spof fo nofe fhe differences he sees abouf him: fhe scarlef free beside Hughes, fhe rain and snow of gray winfer days, and fhe benches shyly invifing couples fo fhe semi-circle every dew-born spring. Buf perhaps 'rhe biggesf changes he will nofice will be fhe less obvious ones. Hours sPen'r in work and play, alone or wifh friends, open up new areas of fhinking and appreciafion for his alerf mind. Physical, menfal, and social fransformafion are meaningless, however, unless fhey are balanced by a spirifual expansion. The keen observer soon recognizes in fhe midsf of all fhis change one unchanging absolufe-fhe immufabilify of an efernal God. He who learns fhaf God is unalfering has a premise in which fo grip his life, sfeadied in fhe knowledge fhaf fhroughouf fhe variables of fime, God consfanf will re- main. Q7 NTENTS' X X RT TRH UTE T 0 ---------e ,,,,..,........-.-..-.--- MRS. GLADYS GREATHOUSE You have faurghi' us Jrhaf +o look a+ life is +o appre- cia+e I+. You have shown us how +o look-ro find a poem in a free, ro know warrnfh in a snow flake, and To see a lirfle bif of God In everyone. You have demons+ra+ed how +o appropria+e whaf we observe-how fo meer new experiences and as- similafe 'rhe good in Them. We observe you when we meer you in class, on campus, ar home, and you have become a parf of us. So if is fo you, Mrs. Gladys Greafhouse, +ha+ we dedicafe The I96O Asburian. 5 Y 1 2 5 2 T : Q 5 1 4 . 4 '--vu-.,v" f 1 Ng lv as-A Q! H an , 7 ---...,,,-5-MMYN K -.MM -wma.. N i N w 5 w I E r K X 1 1 1 , I I P V P o Friends are greeted - old and new, 5 but some people are never too busy. Busy schedules are broken every Friday as hall prayer meeting be- comes a part of the weekly rou- tine: and spirit grows as classes work together. A seed is planTed in The TerTile soil. From The rich earTh iT obTains The minerals and The nourish- menT essenTial To liTe. l-low impossible iT seems ThaT in This small parTic:le, There is hidden The po- TenTiel To develop inTo e lovely blossom .... a Tall, sTaTely pine .... or a mighTy oak. A sTudenT comes To Asbury. ln him, Too, lies a greaT poTenTiel . . . buT undeveloped, iT conTri- buTes noThing. lneviTably There are Two seeds planTed in his liTe .... a seed oT knowledge .... and a seed oT love. Only Through The inTeresT and The eTTorT oT The sTudenT can These seeds be de- veloped To The greaTesT possible degree. T-le, him- selT, decides wheTher The resulT shall be a small blossom .... a pine .. .or e Towering oal4. While girls, ghosts, and goblins watch the calendar, radio speech students learn the value "Hypocrit Night" lor boys' open housel culminates a week of scrub- of an eye glued to the clock' bing and rubbing, My W ' 1 KVA and "A Mighty Fortress" ends a quarter's work in religious drama. X , .Q , WML V, 13.34 'Z A f' 1 P Q QW Y ,"-:::-z'fk22. ---- -z al QW 1: - , ,. Q N To the freshmen it's all new, but old traditions are cherished at the heart of r in the hearts of some who are mely, Lherever they arej- 'Z in the excitement of the first bas ketball game, and the nostalgia of beautiful music. I PRESIDENT AND DR. JOHNSON For rwerwy-one years . . . rhe Presidehr of Asbury Coheqe . . . has fed The fecuhy and admihisrrerion come perenrly . . has upheld Jrhe sremderds of +he school . . has Taken an imreresr in every srudenr and campus aclriyify . . has given freely of his Jrime ro Improve As- bury and ro spread her influence. Thursclay's nine o'cloclr chapel was Dr. Johnson's hour. He liked 'falling parl in sluclenl inleresls. BOARD OF TRUSTEES Oulslanding members who . . come lrom all seclions ol lhe counlry . rneel annually al January Conference . malce plans concerning policies and pradices oi lhe college Fronl row, lefl lo righl: Dr. Harry H, Waller, Mr. Elmer D. Hinlile, Dr. Paul B. Brown, Dr. Hammell P. Shipps, Dr. Paul S. Rees, Dr. Wayne A. Lamb, Dr. B. C. Gamble, Dr. William A. Cannon, Mr. L. B. Gallimore, Dr. Warner P. Davis, Dr. C. F. Long, Mr. Raymond King, Rev. Lee Jeffries, Dr. Kennefh Hulcherson, Dr. Kenneih Fraser, Mr. Paul Eubanlrs, Mr. Charles E. Ranlrin. Second row, Dr. G. R. Tomlin, secrelaryp Dr. S. E. McCreless, Chairman of lhe Board, and Dr. Z. T. Johnson, presidenf of Asbury College. Third row: Mr. June S. Mifchell, Mr. Donald Rollings, Dr. H. A. Bulls, Dr. George Amos, Mr. Julius Bruner, Mr. George Luce, Mr. W. H. Dougherly. , , ,W 4......: 1 'Nrw S? 5 1 AS' -7 .1. 2' Q 'fi' .F . '-' ' gif 45'- I Xl' 5- ai A 5 Aflagr, . VICE PRESIDENT AND DEAN Dr. C. J. Pilce has won a place for himself in Ihe hearls ol Asburians by . . . lalcing an inleresl in lhe sludenls ancl Jrheir academic decisions . . . helping in lhe seleclion ol lacully members . . . presenling challenging and beneficial mes- messages in chapel DEANS OF MEN AND WOMEN . . . Excellenl hearing and visionll . . . A "sympa+hizing" ear lor a sludenhs Tale ol woe . . a demeril Slip in lhe College Pos'r01CFice ADMINISTRATORS Deans of Women MISS FRANCES L. JOHNSON MISS KATHERINE BARBER fi z fi' 'g,. WN. JULIA E. BEALL FLORENCE E. CRAMNER DORA L, HALL Z. T. JOHNSON, JR. CLARA B. MIKKELSON ADMINISTRATORS A uni+ed body of workers . who direcf sfudenfs academically, financiaily, and vocafionally . . who combine efforfs fo conducf The business life of Asbury ECHO MORTON L. E. OTTER E. M. PITTENGER ESTHER J. SHARP PEARL S. TINDALL RUTH L. VAN SCIVER G. VESTA VINCENT BLANCHE BOWMAN ARTHUR L. BRESTEL MARVIN CHILTON AUBRA WILLIAMS CICCORELLA ROBERTA DAY CORBITT' RUTH N. .EESS DUVON C. CORBITT' LEON L. FISHER' E. RUTH GARFOOT LETTIE MAN EOLDS GLADYS MILLARD OREATHOUSE CECIL B. HAMANN' W. R. HALLMAN HOWARD A. HANKE INOT Diduredl E. VIRGINIA HAYES HARRY H. HITCH DEVON W. HELBLING HENRY H. HOWELL OTHO JENNINC-S CLARENCE V. HUNTER' HELEN RICHIE LLOYD HARLAND R. LUTZ FACULTY ANNA BERGER MCNEELY PAUL R. MQNEELY JESTA BELL ARMSTRONG MATHERLY BASIL G. OSIPOEE RACHEL OILLESPIE OSIPOEE ERA WILDER PENISTON JULIAN M. PIKE MILDRED SHAEER PIKE ALBERT T. PUTNEY' DOROTHY B. RAINS JACK A. RAINSY J. PAUL RAY CUSTER REYNOLDS JAMES W. ROSE P. DAVID SEAMAN LAVETTA E. SERROTT WINNIERED SHANE WILLIAM E. SLOAN DOROTHY E. SPALDING RICHARD STEINHAUSER EVA TAYLOR FACULTY FACULTY JOSEPH A. THACKER ELIZABETH W. WARNER ANNIE LAURIE BYRNE WESTERFIELD ROBERT E. WILEY CECIL C. ZWEIFEL' 'D' " Ch 'rman GRADUATE ASSISTANTS HALDON KIME AUDREY KERR KENNETH KINOHORN RONALD TARRANT ELISABETH THOMAS REVA TUCKER NANCY WHITLOCK OFFICE STAFF ELSIE BUSBY LEETA HELBLING SYLVIA CHANDLER JOANNE GRAJCAR CAMILLE JACKSON OATHA JENNINOS HELEN JOHNSON MRS. L. E. OTTER NANNIE MOORE KATIE NEEE EREDA REEVES DOROTHY RUDD MILDRED SORROW BARBARA TOOLEY WANDA WITT HUGHES my gag? Hs. 'NK M 89, f at MFMOM 5, AL AU DWOM UM Q92 9 A ny? gd' 5 , 'W Ak 963 GARY MILLER .. JAMES BIOGS PATRICIA RICE ERANKIE MASTERS OSBEY SAYLER DEBORAH EDWARDS JIM TURRENTINE , JANIICE BENHAM DOUGLAS WEEKS , JOY KIRK .. THEODORE STRICKLAND BARBARA COOK . EDWARD CHANCE A-vN""n. Q33 fm. . CABINET W' ,gf , L E rZgfQZi'5., -g,.- , - ...,, , ,552 nef.1fs,,gwc gf,',gg3 VCP-Plif-d' iifff:2?isff5,a,5jr', X ,fir .gcyrifia X- ": 3417, fgzmmfif he GARY MILLER Trax' . .. . .Treaaurr r SILIGQM Ea .II, , .Siude-ni Eacuiiy .Cnao 'fi' ...,.ChapIaIn .. A S. E. . . ,.,,.,. A. 5. E. JIM BIGGS ,...AIhIe'icMa11aqe'r ,...A+h eiic Manager . . Lay hoId upon Ihe hope ser before usp which hope we have as an anchor of Ihe souI, boIh sure and sIecIIasI." F R E S Seafedz Deborah Edwards, O young Mariner ,... CaII your companions, . Launch your vesseI ,... EoIIow The Glearn. ---'Hebrews b:I8-I9 -AIIred Tenneyscn HMAN CABINET Jim Turrenfine, Ted Shiclcland, Joy Kirk. Second Row: Osbey Sayler, Frankie Mas+ers, Rice, Barbara Cook, Ed Chance, Doug Weeirs, Janice Benham, Pa? Firsf Row: CHARLES ABERNATHY ....., ,..,,.... B owhng Green, Fla. Rowe I JOHN ACHENBACH ..............,......,..,, Po1+sviIIe, Pa. 202 Norfh 9Ih SI. MIRTHA ACOSTA .............,,.,... ..IsIe of Pines, Cuba Sanfa Barbara DAVID ALEXANDER ......,..,,....... .,v.. K okomo, Indiana ISI2 N. BeII CAROLYN ALLCORN ,...., ......,...... . . .,Beer, Dei. RI, I, Buck Jersey Rd. Second Row: ANITA ALLEN . .. ,.,.,,. . . , ...SeIIersburg, Ind. 440 N. Indiara Ave. LORA ALLEN .. .,..,...., ..,.,...., . , ,..Deford, Mich. I542 Cedar Shoe? I RODNEY ARTHUR . , ,,... .. ., ..,,...,...,. Lima, Ohio Box 573, 3I3 S. RosedaIe Ave. DAVID ATKINS .,....., .,,... .... R o ckwood, Tern. III N, From? Ave., Box 72 I MR. GENE BABICH .... R , . .Kinqsfory Mich. T. I Third Row: MELINDA BAOANZ .,.... .,,......,... B Ioorningfon, Ind, 9IO Rooers Sf. JAMES BAILARD ,....,.,... .....,,..., . .. ..AIIo, MICI1. 5430 MCCOrds Ave, S.E. CARREEN BAILEY .............,...,........... Menior, Tenn. ROGERS OUIN BAILEY ,. ., . ........,,... Lyndon, Ky. B2I5 OId Wesfoorf Rd., Box 34 I I I KENNETH BAILLII . , ,,... Sprivqfaefd, Oho 603 Champion Fourih Row: LINDA BAIRD ., . , , .,.. owen kiddie, PQ. Howarfh Rd. JANET BARNES ....,.. ........ N ew Haven I3, Conr. 337 Marion, SI. VIRGINIA BARNES .. ..... .........,,., W eIIsIon, Ohio 522 Easf Rih Sfrecf JUDITH BARNHOUSE . .. ..,,,.,. East Palesfine, Ohio I75 E. Marfin SI. I I JOHN BARRIER ., . ....... .,........... . Wichfa, Kansas 2Ib N. Pershing Fiffh Row: HOYT BARTENFELD ,............, . ....,.,...,.. Dalton, Ga. Georgia Ave., P.O. Box 875 RONALD BARZ ............. ,.., .......... S p rinqfieldl N.J. 5II Meisel Ave, DUANE BEADLES .,...,.... ,. ,,..... .,.... C oIchesfer, III. KENNETH BEERS ..,,.,,..,., .,,. UIahviIIe, Pennsyivania JANICE BENHAM ..... , .........,. Kokomo, Ind. OOEW 389-S Sixfh Row: DORIS BENTLEY .,........., .,.......,. MI. OIive+, Ky, Box B6 BARBARA BER6 .........,, ....,....,... R oyal Oak, Mich, 214 W. I2 MiIe Rd. JUDITH BIDDULPH ,......, ,,,,.,,.. L os Argeles 29, Caliif. B50 N Hobarf I I JAMES BIGGS ......,,...,. .. ........ MiIIviIIe, N.J. 322 S 51h SI. DIANE BISH ., . .,....,.. ., . ..Wic:hifa, Kan, 700 Kansas Cow? Sevenih Row: GLORIA BISHOP ..... ..... .... E vans Cify, Pa. Rf. I REBECCA BLODGETT ....... .,..,.. .,... W a namaker, Ind. Box IZB NANCY BOOTH . .,,..................... Cincinnafi B, Ohio 3575 Edwards Rd. LAWRENCE BORAM ..........,,...... Easf LiverpooI, Ohio Ar-derson Blvd, JANET BOULTING-HOUSE ........,...,...,... CrossyIIIe III. Eighfh Row: EARLE BOWEN ..........,............ .....,. R fyerion, N.J. 40I Thomas Ave. SUZIE BOWEN ...........,. .,........,.,, N ashville 6, Tenn. B03 Poffer Lane CHARLOTTE BRENT ....,... ......,..,..... J ackson 9, Miss, 26l Secure Sf, JOYCE BROOKS . ......... .,.... ..., .,.,,. U r b ana, Ohio I24 LincoIn Place OSCAR BROWN ,.................,.. .... N ew AIbanay, Ivo. B07 EImwood Ave. Ninih Row: JAMES BURD .,......,...... ............... M ilwaukee, Wis. 3350 N. 4th ST. EDWARD BURKMAN ...,........ WesI CoIIfngswood 6, N.J. 5I2 Whife Hourse Pike JAMES BUTTS .,..,....... .,..... ....., L a ncasfer, Ohio I5OI W Fair Ave. BETTY BYRNE ,..,.,........ . ............,. For? Wayne, Ind. 38II Indiana Ave. ROBERT CAGLE . ...... . .,.,.. . . ,... EIIiiay Ga. IO Sprirq SI, I FRESHMEN Firsf Row: vuCroR CALDWELL ...4.,,.....,.. M .L.L.... Dalfon, Ca. A1'porI Rd., Box JANICE CALFEE ............. ....,...,.,.,, C Ianfon, AIa. RI. 3 MARGARET CALLAHAN ........ WIIIIanwsIown, N.J. RT. 3, Box M463 Lake Ave. I ' h NELLIE CARD ...,......... ,,.. ...,...... T I ffm, Onwo 25 Cfesfxfew Dr. KATHY CASLER .....,,.., . . .. .MansfIeId, Ohio Second Row: EDDIE CHANCE JAM ES CLAYTON 4I0 DeIroI'r Avc. 'Soi 'Sf 'CQIQQJE' 'Avbf M ,.,.SaIen'm, III. . ....,.. ....,.,. .,.,... R o me, Ga. Rf. 2 KATHLEEN COLLIER . ..,.. .... ....,.. A n derson, Ird. I8I0 SI. Rd. 67 W REBECCA CONLEY 4...,, . .,.., f Rf. 3 JANICE CONNETT ,...,... . .. Third Row: BARBARA COOK 409 I-Ilckory SI. I059 S. JaCkson ....WInCIwesfer, Ky. ..,FIo:'a, III, DansvIIIe, MICH. LARRY COOK ............, .,... D ar'syIIIe, MICI1. I059 S. Jackson ELIZABETH COULTER ...,,, ............ E asf Peoria, III. IOO CoIe SI. MARTHA CRAMER ....... ,....,., ' vVIIIfarnsfown, N,J. 308 B'ook'yr Rd. WREN C. CREDLAND . ..,, .. Cry5IaI Rfver, FIa. Box 922 Fovrih Row: VIVIAN CROOKSI-IANKS ......,. ..... M enfof, Ohio 40047 M unson Rd. JAMES LARRY CULLUM .... ...... C ovIngI'on, Terneszee 320 N. I-Hgh LOIS DAILEY ...,,......... .....,.. ,,..., P a rIs, Ky.. RI. 4 STEPHEN DANIEL .....,.., ..,. .. .Decafuq Ga. 640 P1neIfee Dr. JAMES DAY .......,....... ..,....., . HarnII+or, Ono Fifth Row: I09 Gregory Lane LYNN DENNISON .,.,,...... ...,....,. N ew AIbany, Ind. 72I W. Spring Sf. CAROL ANN DIXON ..... .....,,,.. M Tami Springs, FIa. '40 N, Royal Po'nC'ana Blvd. MELVIN DODDS ..,,.............. Kenrard, PennsyIvanIa I Box 4 ROLENA DUNBAR ......... ......,.,..,.. M orroe, I-AICII. 5337 Vlneyard Dr., Leedys Gardens I WILFRED DUTT ...,......,...,.,........... Marion, Ohwo 506 Verron Heighfs BIvd. Six'I'I1 Row: DON EDDY .... .......,....,........,.. C oIur'nbus, Ind. II28 UnIon RI. JANE EDGETT .,.......,.., .....,.,... P ifisburgh I, Pa. 1563 Woodbfe SI, LINDA EDMISTON .,...... ........ Y ourqsfown 9, OIIIO 39 Wesley Ave. DEBORAH EDWARDS ..... ....,.,..,..... E Iyrla, OIIIO ISOI Gr'Swo'd Rd. LAURA EDWARDS .,....... ......,..,... R fdwmond, Va, 3005 Baden Ave, SBVEHII1 Row: ELDON EDWARDS ELVIN ELLISON ,,.. ........ .....,....,.... A u rora, Ind. RI. 2, BOX 205 MERYL ESENVVEIN .,...,......... New Waferford, OIIIO Rf. I CAROL FALK ............, ..........,. L oLIIsv'IIe 7, Ky. ISI WII'rQI1Ire Ave, DAVID FALK . .....,,..,.., ..,.,.. Lou'svYIIe 7, Ky. l5I WIIfsI1Ire Ave. Eighih Row: JCI-IN FARMER .......... ...., H IIlsvIIle, Va. RI' I KATHLEEN EILP .......,. ......,.... . ...... B eIoEf, OIWIO BOY 209 ROBERT FORREST ...,..,... ..,.....,. M afhews Co., Va. Bavon P. O. GEORGE FOSTER . . ,.... ,..... . MIrr'eapoIIs, Mfnn. A 82I7 Wenfvforfh Ave. GAIL FREDERICK .........,,........... ..,,. F fora, III. 328 Hora Ave. Ninih Row: IVA FREDERICK ......... ....,......,,. Ludinqfon, Mich. T. I NANCY FROGGATT ................ WoodIyr'r'e 6, N.J. 337 Coooer Ave CAROLYN FRY ..........,. .... BrookIyn, MICH. I2O WashInqIon Lake JOAN FUGATE ..... ....,,.........,.. . Riverdale, N.D. 203 EOHVII1 SI. JOAN FULLER ,....,,.,.. . . .,.... ..,.. R orne, Nff. RI 5 FRESHMEN Firsf Row: JERRY GLEN GAINES ..,..V.............,,. Speed, Indiana II7 Meadow Ave. BRENDA GAUGH .. ..., .. ...,....... SI. Pefersburg, FIa. b0II 4th SI. S, GERALD GAW ...,.. For? Wayne, Ind. IBO3 HoweII ST. MARLENE GESELLCHEN ....,...,....,. .... H azeIfon, N.D. JOYCE GIBSON ..,,.......4,.............,. CIearwaIer, Fla. 1924 Ridqewood Dr. Second Row: LEANDER GILREATH ...,.....,..............., Menfor, Ohio Farnham Rd MARY ANNE GLOVER ..... .....,,...., C incinnaIi 8, Ohio 3500 Savbrook Ave. ALLEN GOETCHEUS .,....,,............,.,.... Muncie, Ind. 702 W. CharIe-S Sf, LARRY GRAY ,.,,.......... ............. P IITSIDUTQII 37, Pa. I306 HazIe-If Rd. JERRY GREEN ...,,,....., ....,,..,... . Tippecanoe, Ohio Box 24 Third Row: ROGER HAESSIG .......,.. ..... . ., ,MIIan, Ind. Rf. I, CATHERINE HANCOCK ............, .,... F aiI'fieId, III. N.W. IOIh Sf. KATHERINE HANKE ..............,...,.,..... Wilrnore, Ky. 52I N. Lexingfon Ave. MERIBETH HARRIGAN ,.... .,.,........., W aferiown, N.Y. II7 Meadow Ave. SARA HARRISON ........,................. Avon Park, Ela. 499 E. Green, Box 284 Fourfh Row: ROBERT HEATH .....,,........,...,............ Amber, N.Y. Oiisco VaIIey Rd. JACK HECKER ROBERT HENDERSON .........,...... .... B riganfine, N.J. 2225 Bavshore Ave. BARBARA HERREN ...............,........ ,.cynfhIanS, Ky. 302 N, Main SI. JOHN DOUGLAS HIGLEY . .......... . 400 E. Main Fiffh Row: JOHN HINKLE .. ..... ., JANE HOOLEY ....,.. .... ..,,. , . . .....BuIIer, Ind. ...,.,DavIon, Va. ...WeIIrnan, Iowa RI, 2 JEROME HOUCHINS ...... ............... M T. CarrneI, III, I23I WaInuT SI, DENNIS HOUGGY .......,......,...,..,.. Pznsbufgn aa, Pa. III PopIar Dr. LOIS HOWELL ......... .......... ..... D IJ nneIIon, FIa. Box 237 Sixfh Row: JOSEPH RAY HUDSON .,.................. Henderson, Ky. IOIZ Second Sf. ZANDRA HUEY ,..... .,.......................... A Ima, Gd. 4I5 N. Church Sf. ELDONNA HUMPHREYS .,.. ....... .... IOZO McClain Ave. ALFRED IDLEBERGER ......,....,.,..... 34 FIorence Ave. EVERETT ISON ..... .... . .,., ..,. . . Box 6I Sevenfh Row: SARAH MIRIAM JACOBS .....,,,.,. ' 595 McAfee Sf., N.W. KATHLEEN JAM ES ......,...,..... ...GreenfieId, Ohio IrvingIon, N.J. ..,.Crandon, WIS. ..,....AIIanIa I3, Ga. Apf, 58 M eservey Iowa JO ANN JANES ............ . .............,... Defroif, Mich, 3699 Weltzel KURT JARVIS ..,.......,..........,...., MarIIon, N.J. RI. 73 ELSA JENSEN .... .,.............,..,. S pencer, Nebraska Box 67 Eigh+h Row: SHARON JEWETT .... ...,....,...., .... N , LiIfIe Rock, Ark. 394 E. Mihfary Dr., Box 3I0 CAROLYN JOHNSON ....., ...,........ P arkersburq, W. Va. ZOI4 EIevenIh Ave, DALE JOHNSON ....... M ....,,...., BOWIIAQ Green, FIS, PATRICIA JOHNSON ...... ..,..,,. ,..,,, w Ilrnore, Ky, 200 JeweII SI. ROBERT JOHNSTON , ....... ......,..... .... C a SevviIIe, III. 400 HOIIywoOd Heighfs Ninfh Row: JOYCE JONES ..... ......,.. ,.,. ....,... P O r Isrnoufh, Ohio I042 23rd SI. KATHERINE JONES .....,........,... Miarni Springs, FIOrida I2I Deer Run REBECCA JORDAN ......... .I ............, .LIberIvvIIIe, III. I39 Sunnvsrde Place JOYCE KELLER .......................,.,...,.. EIIRONI WIS. 40l N. Church Sf. I JANICE RELLOWAY ..,.............,,,,.... camden 5 N.J. 3I4 N. 39Ih Sf. FRESHMEN Firsl' Row: CAROLINE KELLY ..,...........,.,... Bloornlnglon, Ird. 2Il5 E. 3rd Sl. JUDITH DIANNE KENNEDY ........,. .... W lwealon, Ill. I3I9 N. Websler GERALD KERR ..........,,...,..,. Loulsvllle I7, Kenlucky 85l Mlllon Ave. BEVERLY KESTER .,.....,..,........... Spruce Pine, N.C. Zl Walnul Ave., Bok 294 RUTH ANN KIBBEY ,,... , ....,........... Mallnews, Ind. W. 71h Second Row: CHARLES KIKER ..,.,.,.....,..... .... T ulla, Texas N. El Paso GWENDOLYN KINSEY ,..............,........ Excel, Ala. Box I7 ALYCE KIRK .,......,................... Lakernore, Olfo 23l6 Sanllarlurn Rd.. Box I9b BETTY KIRKPATRICK .,.. .,...........,.,,., V evav, Ind. RI'. 3 ELAINE KNIGHT ........... ........ W Inler Garden, Fla. ZI4 Semlnole Sl. Third Row: JOYCE KNISLEY ......... .... B alnbrldge, Ohlo RI. I RONALD KOTESKEY .................. Charlevoix, Mlch. Rf. 3 KENTON LAMB ,..,.. .... .........,..,. D a ylom I4, Onlo 79l0 Pelers Rd. LELLIE LANEORD ..,.,............, Slone Mounlaln, Ga. Rf. 2 DAVID LANGDON ....... ............. C olurnbus 4, Olwlo Il2 Blnns Blvd. Fourilw Row: HERBERT LANGE ................,... Clncinnall 23, Onlo lb39 Chase Ave. RENE LAUNSTEIN , ...........,......,...., Mason, Mlcll. 3506 Joseolllre Lane PAUL LAYTON ....,,....,.......,.. Ealrlon, New Jersey Box II4 BRENDA LEDBETTER ............ Sl. Clair Sllores, MICI1. 2232! Harper Lake LINDA LEE ...,.,....,.......,..........,.,. Clnlcora, Pa. Rl. 2 Fifth Row: JOHN LEGUILLON ...,...,...... .,...vvavefly, ohio Box I76 CAROLYN LEWIS ,,,.. .............., C olurnbus 24, Ohlo 2949 Ponlla: DIANA LEWIS ................,....... 2204 Norton Lane TIE LIM ,.....,.,....., ............... D lakarla, lndonesla SHARON LINDER ....,,..,.........., Clnclnnall Ib, Ohlo IB6 Parkway ......Bedlord, Ind. Six+h Row: RACHEL LIVINGSTONE ............, .... T rvon, N.C. RI. I RETHA LOCKI-IART ...........,,...,....,. Sl. LOUIS, MD. 7653 Florlssanl Rd. JUDY LONG ............................ Plnoenlx, Arlzona 3535 E. Amelia MARY LONG ........,......,.,......,. Wlncllesler, Clllo Rl. I JUDY LOUISE LOWERS ......,..... Easl Liverpool, OHIO M C 22 Westfield Sevenlh Row: BRENDA LOWMAN ,... . ,...., ...Greenville Mlsslsslppi 7l9 Falrvlew Ave. RONALD LYNCH ..,......,........,,,... Alexandrla, Ind. 2l6 W. Clwrcn JAMES MCCOLLUM ,.... .... ..., . C Tnclnnafl I3, Olnlo 2634 ST. Albans RUTH MCEARLAND . ...,,......,.,, Youngslown 9, Ohio 45 N. Hazelwood Ave. TIMOTHY MCGONIGAL .............. Delroll, Mlclwlgan 2540 Lakewood Eighih Row: DONALD MCKENNEY .........,,..,...... Lexlnglon, Ky. Rl. 6, Greendale Rd. JERRY MCKINNEY ...................... Henderson, Ky. I725 Washinglon SI. JAMES MAGEE .......................... Woodbury, N.J. IO I-Iesslan Ave. RUTH ANN MARRIOTT ....,.......... Conllnerlal, Ono Eoresl MARY MARTIN ....,...,............. Clay Cenler, Kansas Rf. 2 Ninlh Row: FRANKIE MASTERS .,..........,.....,,..,. Allanla, Ga. l273 Nlles Ave. N.W. PHYLLIS MATHER .....,..............., Canaalofa, N.Y. Rl. I, Box I43 ROBERT MAXWELL .....,.....,....,... ..., E lknarl, Ind. 304 Pollawallome Dr. THELMA MEADOWS ...........,........ Carrolllon, Kv. Box 264 GEORGE MESHROW .. ........... Harllcvd, Conrecllcul' 242 Trumbell Sl. FRESHMEN Firsi Row: MADELEINE MEYERS ....... ...4.,.. GARY MILLER ,.,, II6 N. Garden NANCY MILLER .......,......,....... PATRICIA MOATS 200 W. Stn SI. ..LaIce Cify, MInn. . .... London, Ohio , .,.. TIIIon, IIlIno.s ...CIrcIevIIIe, Rf, 4 GEREN CHARLES MOEGELE ,........... Second Row: 4II DarIInqfon R11 REGI NALD MONSON ....... ,........... 252 Housfon Ave. JUANITA MONTGOMERY .......,,,.. ISO? Audobon Pkwy MARILYN MONTGOMERY ,..,.....,,. f DON MORRIS ..,.. 4I7 Spdng SI. .LouIsvIIIe OITO ..Beaver Falls, Pa. ..........ParIs, Ky. I3, Ky. ...Grove Cffy, Pa. . ..Owosso, Mich. 3570 N M-47 CAROLE MORT .. ,......... ....,..... , . ..EIs4e, MICIT. 2I4 E Man- SI. Third Row: ALICE MURDOCI-I ........., ....,..., , ........ A Hoona, Pa. 2204 um Ave. , JANET MYERS ,... ........... .,.......... C o Iumbus II, Ohno I896 MvrIIe Ave. CARL NEFF ........................,.. ...WadsworII1, OhIo RI. 3, Box 37I AUDREY NELSON ..,....... ......... ...... S O pI7Ia, N.C. RI, I ,KTRICIA NICELY .,,. ., .. .,... New CaSIIe, Ind. ' Rf. 5 - Fourih Row: EMILY RUTH NICKELL . ................ ..... M adlson, Ind. 524 W. Second Sf. BARBARA JEAN OAKLEY ,.........,.... Peachland, N.C. o I76 BETTY OGILVIE ............ ........... Columbus II, OI'wIo l4I5 Duxberry Ave. MIRIAN OLSON ........ .... .......,,....... C I1 Icago 40, III. I473 W. Berwyn Ave. THEADORSIA PADGETT .... ............... M T. CarmeI, III. RI. 2, I-IIIIcresI Fifih Row: MARIAN PALOMAKI . ..... .............. I sbpeminq, Mich. IIB S. 2nd SI. JOSE PANSZI DALE PARKER ,........ ....,.,. ...FIernIngsburg, Ky. RI. 3 RAYMOND PATRICK .... ...... ,.......,..... . .... P e ru, N.Y. Rf, 2, TeIegraph SI. BRUCE PEMBERTON ........... ...,. R Iverside, Rhode IS. SIXIII Row: 40 EucIid Ave, LINDA PETERS ......,..... 308 Harker SI. CAROL ELAINE PHILLIPS CARY PHILLIPS ,....... JOYCE PITTS . .,.., ....... Gadsden SI. ,... ...... . 70I E. College Sf." RONALD PLACE ....,.... RI. I Sevenfh Row: BRENDA PLUMMER ,.... . ....,...... Rf. 6 SHIRLEY POORMAN JAMES POWELL ..................... RI. I, Box 48 JEAN PRATT ............... .......... Rf. I PATRICIA PRENTICE ................. I427 JuncIIon Ave. Eighfh Row: GLORIA PYKE .......,.......,....... 2212 N. Jay sf. " MARJORIE RUTH PYKE ...... 6930 Meadowlake ....MansfIeId, OI1'o Muncie, Indiana .Per-sacoIa, .......WiImore ....LaceyviIIe ...ConnersvIIIe, .....CresI'wood Kenrneff Square, . .... Racine, , .,.. Kokomo, DaIIas I4, REBECCA RADDEN ........................ ELOISE RAGLAND MELVIN REDFERN NinI'I1 Row: ARVIL REEB ....... 215 Cassidy Ave. ...I7.I.2. . . . . ,. "Hi 'Kline' kkif " 4026 MassIe Ave. HERBERT RICE ...,. PATRICIA RICE .,., NORMAN ROCK LYNNE RODGERS FRES Maia' 'Wf 'MATH 'sff ' 2297 'P'IEe'vvoo-d A BF 'H'"KehI'sIQ"""""' 'UiO'GE5en1HII'I'4riaf HM ....LexIngIon, Fla. Ky. Pa. Ind. Ky. Pa. WIS. Ind. Tex. Ky. . . .Owosso, MIcIw. Easf Nafick, Mass. ..LouIsvIIIe 7, Ky. RIpIey, New .....Decafur, Keeseville, York Ga. N.Y. .....DayIcn 5, Onfo Firsf Row: NANCY ROGERS .,..,...,..,........ Easi Si. Louis, III. 708 N. 74Ih SI. LINDA ROSS .....,....,,..... ....,...... L exihqioh, Ky. 42I Eoirfieid Dr. JOSEPH ROUS ,.... ..................,,.., A shIahd, Ky. 2799 Terrace Blvd. I AMANDA RUSSELL ..,....,.....,....,.,.,, KeysviII2, Ga. Box 286 I TIMOTHY SAKACH .............,..... WiIIoughby, Ohio Rf. I, Eddy Rd. Second Row: SUE ANN SAVAGE ,.,.,.,............... Lexirigfoh, Ky. RI. 2, Harrodsburg Rd. JOHN SAWYER ....,................,.. SiIyer Grove, Ky. 43I River Rd. CAROL SAYERS .............,...,.,..., Blissfieid, Mich. 304 N. Lane SI. OSBEY SAYLER ......,...... ......,... U rderwood, N.D. JUDY SCI-IOEN ........,..,........... New Albany, Ind. RI. I, Rairbow Dr. Third Row: STELLA SCI-IULTZ ..............,.,......... Newpori, Ky. 720 Monmouth ST. JUDITH SEALS , ........,.,..,.,.,......... Jefferson, Pa. Box 237 SYLVIA SEAMANDS ....,.. , .,,....,...,.. WiImore, Ky. Irdia and 200 Mapie SI. CAROLYN SI-IADDUCK ..., ,,.....,... A shIabuIa, Ohio 7228 AuSIinburg RCI. JOAN SHAW ....,,.....,.. .,........ ....... E I Iiiay, GB. 69 DaIIoh SI. Fourih Row: LORNA SI-IEPPARD ..,.............,..... Milwaukee, WIS. 2206 W. Ruby Aye. RUTH SHORT ...,.,...,................, .Gasporh N.Y. 760I Ridqe Rd, MARY ANN SKIDMORE ......, Campbelisburq, Ky. Cardinal Dr. MARY LOUISE SKINNER ..,,..... ..,., C ynfhiana, Ky. RI. 6 EDITH SLOAN .......,.......,.......,,.... Wilmore, Ky. 206 N, Walnuf ST. FIHI1 Row: RUTH LOUISE SMEDE ..,.. ......,... P ifrsburgh 2I, Pa. 620 E, Phd Aye. LARRY SMITH ...,,...,................ FI, IvIifcheII, Ky. Rf. I, Box 524, S. ELMER SNODGRASS .......,..,....,...... WiImore, Ky. 207 Main SI. LINDA SOFFRANKO ...,... ....... E asf S+, Louis, III. 70I N, 75Ih HUGH SORROW ..,.........,.....,....... Wilmore, Ky. 4l6 Huqhes SI. Six+h Row: LARRY SPEICHER .,................... ...., A Kron, Ohio 932 FIariders Ave, WELCH SPRAGUE . .........,....,.. .,.... F resno, Ohio LAURA SPRING ...................,.... MarysviIIe, Ohio IIO S. Oak SI. ROBERT ST. PETERS ........,............. Owosso, Mich. 205 SIraIIord Dr. NANCY STAHL ...... ........,...... ..... B e Ilaire Oh'o Rf, 3 Sevenfh Row: ROBERT STAMPS .....,.................... Jasper, Texas 447 CoIIege S+. JO'-IN STEVENSON .............,.... Bhqharhpion, N.Y. IOS Leroy SI. EARL STOCKDALE ..........,..,....,. Thorofosasia, FIa. RI. I, Box 90 HARRY STONEBACK .................... Camden 2, N.J, 4Ib Baiiey SI. ROBERT STRAIN . ...............,,. ,.,.. F rankIin, N.J. 5 Oak SI, Eigh+h Row: THEODORE STRICKLAND .... . . Lpcasydic, Ohio RI, I PHILLIP SUBLETT .......,...,.,... ....... B ascom, Ohio EDITH SWINSON .......... ......... G reensbofo, N.C. 2405 S Elm ST. DORIS TAYLOR ...............,..... ..... T oron1o, Ohio RI. 2 CRAIG ERNEST TETIRICK ............,. .BeIIeyue, Ohfo 3I2 Kinney SI. Ninfh Row: SHARON THOMPSON ...,........, Charlesfoh, W. Ya. I9Ib PrPsIon ST. GLENDA TICKLE ....,.....,...,....... Mouni Airy, N.C. RI. 4 GARY TOOLEY ...,.........,.........,.... Batavia, N.Y. Rf. I, Box l23 DOUGLAS TRACY . .,...... Karsas Cify 3, Kan. 2502 W. 5IsI SI. RENA TRACY .............. .,.... .... K inqsiey, Pa. RI. I FRESHM Firsl' Row: JAMES TURRENTINE , .........,..,.............. Corbin, Ky. Rf. I, Box 279 ROBERT TUTT .,....,..,.........., ........ N Iclwolasvllle, Ky. RI. 2. Box 25 RICHARD ULYAT .................... Baltlrnore 7, Maryland 34OI Yalaruba Dr. HAROLD MAX UNDERWOOD .,...,,,,.....,. Harrison, Olwlo Rf. 2 JUDITH VANAUSH ,..,... .....,....... Y oungslown 9, Ohio l745 Overlook Aye. Second Row: NANCY VANDERPOEL .,.,.....,..,... Chlcopee Falls, Mass. 8 Rlch Sf. FRANK VANLANDINGHAM ,... ..........,... F Iomalon, Ala. IOS Cllurcln SI. MARIANNE VAUGI-IN ,...... ......,., P ennlngfon Gap, Va. ANNA MAE VOLKMAR ........,..,..,... Elmer, New Jersey IS4 N. Main SI. ESTHER WADDLE ...,,..............,....... MI: Carmel, Ill. RI. 2 TI-lircl Row: WILLIAM WALKER ....,.......... ...... R elrolla, PB. B 3l ELLEN WALSH ,.,..,...... ..,.... ..... C hilllcoflne, Ohlo IBIS E, 7II'1 DOROTHY WARREN .,........ ,,,... ...... M a nsfleld, OIWIO 304 Sfurges Ave. JOHN WEBER .,........,................,... Fern Creek, Ky. Sealonvllle Rd., RI, 2, Box 647 CRYSTAL WEBSTER ,.... ., .....,....... San Francisco, Callf. Forl Mason Fourfh Row: DOUGLAS WEEKS .................... ..,., K irrgsfon, Mlclw, Cl-IARLENE WELLS ..,.,..,................,. Mlllbrook, N.Y. Verbanlc Rd EVELYN KAY WERNER .,.,. .,..,..,., .... T o ledo IZ, Olwlo BI6 Dryden Dr. SHIRLEY WHALEN , ........... ,... . ...., Worfhvllle, Ky, WANDA WHITE ., ..........,,... .... L exlnglon, Ky. Pine Grove FIHI1 Row: CAROL WILLIAMS .....,.................. Cedarville, Ol1IO 484 Brldge Sf. JERRY WILLIAMS . ................,,,,.. .... E quallly, Ill. Box 458 REBEKAN WILTHERS LEE WOMMER ........,,,....,..,..,..,....... McAllen, Tex. 50Slf,, S.9Il1, ADI. 3 KEN WONG ............,.................. Bogor, Indoneslu Sixfh Row: LAURENCE WOOD .,...............,...,........., Alma, Gd. Box I33 RAY WOODWARD .... ......,.....,. G eorqefown, Kenruclcy IO? Hlglnland Aye. .IOYCE WORLEY ..,.......,.............,.... Fairfleld, III, RI. 4 WELTON WRIGHT ............,............... Pigeon, MICH. 7004 Clabuesch ELAINE YOUNGBLOOD .,.............. .... N orcross, Ga. Rf. I FRESHMEN JACK McCULLOUGH Anlicipalecl . . . a new year . . . Freshman orlenlallon . . . a new class Acllvaled . . , class rneelings, socials . . . Sunday School, prayer meefings . . . counseling, praying, encouraging Accomplished . . an lndependenl' . . a clecllcaled a unnled-Mariner Class FRESHMAN SPONSORS RACHEL Home-Es The Salvafion Army Band sef +he fone in innfrumenfal music. Dr. Fraser was an enfhusiasiic soccer supporier THE FALL REVIVAL Revival . . . in Oclober . . . in The lorm ol a quier moving ol 'rhe Spiril. The Gospel . . . preseriled simply, praclically, dy- riamically Our Evangelisl . . . Dr. Kermelh C. Fraser . , former Asburian, presenl board member . . counselor, inspiraror l-learlrs slirred . . . Lives Challenged . . Our campus revilalizecl for Chris? Quiefness and depfh made The nighfly messages live. w""m-Q ifilg lf .lsr if J E 5 l .f-if no JA Sleeping quariers weren'+ fhe mosl spa- Soloisfs, lei? +o righfz Firsi row: Mr. Raines, Kalhy Rice, Alis Cone, Carol Erny, Marilyn Theabald, Cigug. Eunice Swyers, Carol Miichell. Margie Goll, Marilyn Sfanger, Joyce Adams. Second row: Bob Blackburn, Doug Higley, Con McDougal, Don Taie, Joe Yong. H C M E C Q M I N G Awelcorneio alumni , ""'? mg .refreshed memories. renewed acquaini- U Lcoiiel aiu Nl ll . a coniesl beiween baslceiball slars ol pasi and preseni ..an enierlaining preseniaiion of "Briga- w,jnv-r doon" by The Highlander class . climaxed by lhe inspiring musical program oi Jrhe Oralorio Chorus The Highlanders again capiivafed guesis wiih fheir version of Brigadoon. mfr, is 5,441 , llssif W' if A -L -:MAH -T .433 5 24-75 r- ms is X X, 13 if Q E m V E 3 ki r ' ' 1 si., W 51' ,H , .,1g. re . The members of +he dramafic group were friendly and made 'Themselves ai' home during 'The recepfion ol lowing The performance ARTIST SERIES The Bishop Players- . . organized under Bishop Gerald Kennedy, ol Los Angeles Area oi The lvielhodisl Church . . presenred an ourslandinq performance of Alan Palon's moving siory, "Cry, The Be- loved Counlryf' . . siirred our hearrs rhrough rheir dramaiic presenlarion wirh The use of no props and few cosiumes The emofions of The down-'lroclclen came fo fruifion in fhis infricafe sfudy of human moiivafions. 5 Couples, oblivious lo anyihing exlernal, enioyed Themselves in fhis social highlighf of +he quar+er. The sign oufside The library beckoned fo fhe warm hospifaliiy and refreshmenls of The receplion. PHIL OTT CECIL ZWEIFEL Highlanders Pioneers SOCCER ALL-STAR Becoming increasingly popular al Asloury, soccer is a sporl' which is as enioyable Tor The speclalor as well as Tor The player, lls rough and Tumble aclion and rapid pace keeps The Tans on The edge of Their seals, A+ The end oi regular seasonal play, 'lhe annual All-Slar game found The champion Highlanders pilled againsl The well-chosen and ever-rugged learn consisling ol The lop players Trom The olher Three Teams. The unbealen Highlanders were delermined To lceep lheir Tour-year record clear ol deieals which They did wilh a 3-l viclory aller a rough and gruesome ballle, The All- Slars were clearly oulplayed as Their only score came from a Pioneer combinalion in The closing minules ol The Tirsl hall. A good crowd was in allendance lo see lhe Highlanders play llme lasl soccer game of Their college days. JIMMY ROSE HAL KlME Explorers Mariners Campus All Slars, Back row, left lo righl: Ron Hiner, Pioneers: Don Turman, Highlandersg Jack Hecker, Marinersg C, B. Hufcherson, Explorersg Jorn Van- Landingham, Highlandersg Gary Herndon, Highlanders. Froni' row: Carlos Bonilla, Highlandersg Herberf Lange, Explorers: Gary Delesline, Highlanders: Ron Cook, Explorers: Ken Genfry, Pioneers. The Highlanders' Delesfine maneuvers around lhree All-Slar players on The way lo a viclorious goal. sa wn, iff? signify' Banlr row. lell +o righl: Doua Hiqley, Dave A+lrins. Jaclr Heclxer, Wilfred Duff, Da'e Johnson, Ea'l S'oclrdale, Geren Moegerle, Jim Powell, Tim Mc- Gonigal. Middle row: Jerry Williams, Duane Beadles, Sieve Daniels, Richard Ulyaf, Larry Gray, Jim MuCullum, Elvin Ellison. Fronl row: Quin Bailey, John Barrier, Gary Miller, Jerry Green, Chuck Abernafhy, Jose Torres. FRESHMAN SOCCER Wilh mosl of lhe players iolally unfamiliar wilh Jrhe lundamenlal elemenls of lhe game, The Fresh- man wenl info lhe season as green as Jrhe grass upon which Jrhey played. Their record of no wins and six losses is somewhal misleading, lor Jrhey were al all limes highly compelilive, lheir play being lceynoied by a slrong aggressive spirii and a delinile desire lo win. A good showing will be expecled from lhe Mariners when The soccer season rolls around in Sepiember. The Freshman held +heir own in a 'lough league filled wifh experienced players all though af iimes 'lhe going gof a Iiflle rough on +he goalie lfopl and fhey fried To use lheir hands when iheir feel failed. 'nes-Apu.,-i, I' T My-W, We N' ' New Back row, leff To Tighlz Marlr Garrison, Brasher Miller. Herb lange, Gorzlow Rails, Joseph Lineman, Ron Coolr, James Oalrs, Larry Clemens, Bill McAllis- Ter, Jaclr Taylor, Thomas EisenTrouT, Bob Crawford, Fronf row: James Collins, Bob Blackburn, C. B. Hufcherson. Harry Livesay, Jack Hazen SOPHOMORE SOCCER The I959 soccer season saw The sophomores cop second place in The league wiTh a record oT Tour wins and Two losses. The vasTly improved Explorers seT The scene Tor one OT The TighTesT TiTle races in recenT years. WiTh European imporTs Trom Ger- many and lreland, The Explorers' eye-calching sTyle oT play consisred oT a Tine oTTense, coupled wiTh a sTalwarT deTense. WiTh The dominaTing seniors OTT The scene, The sophomores will be The de5iniTe Tavor- iTes in The race nexT year. ln soccer iTs besi' To use your head when you can buf anyThing will wo'l: when you a'e a goalie wifh The opposing Team rushing you. .w" - ,ra . Q ' r . Baclr row, leTT To righT: lvan Zabillra, Joe PiTTs, Larry Snead, Ron Hiner, Don Procfor, Todd BasseTT, Marvin Valade. FronT row: Dave Collins, Ken- ne+h Fraser, Pefer S+ine, Milne Rench, Ken Genfry. WheTher iTs offensive worlc near The :wal lfopl or The defensive worlr of The goalie lbo+Toml The elemen+of1-eamworlc is imporTanT in soccer. E 1 ' TY JUNIOR SOCCER The vicTim oT crippling brealcs and hard luclc Tor mosT oT The season, The Pioneers closed ouT The sea- son wiTh an even slaTeg Two wins, Two losses, and Two Ties. Picked as having a good chance To challenge The seniors aT The onseT oT The season, They Tailed To gain The moTivaTion demanded Tor vicTory. The con- sisTenT and hard play oT The TronT line and Tough de- Tense oT The goalie were some oT The highlighTs in This season's playing. AnoTher year will find The Pio- neers a conTender all The way. w -- , , - V .......m,,m W--H 3.111137 :ME f, me Back row, leff lo righf: Tom Snyder, Vincenl' Mungillo, Graham Abbot Gilberf Crouse, Dave Germaine, Joe Alley, Gary Herndon, Dave Green. Fronl row: Alan Moulion, Gary Delesfine, Don Turman, Amos Tinnell, John Vanlandingham, Lemuel Shiu, Carlos Bonilla. Knees and elbows fly freely Hop, buf never hands which resulfs in an ofien game-deciding free lriclr. lbofloml sr I , .- 5 - l ' ,M ,,,-.-,:9'- f - P' .Q ' 1 'A f-1 .-Ajif V-Z s, 1 ,-. . :i . -A 4' ' - 1' -.zz - ,. i " -' 1, .V I, , hi. , , V ':"'2" U . ' Q ' l . ,JE 'I N' . ' 4 -.-' V- , 7 Mia, , Q 9' . , if "'. Mia is l-V 1 7 f : ,. ,, ,,,,c,,,,,J v- , A , 3, ,Q to ' if I M M33 xt 4 Q v 1. ' V 1 Q. iff si' V 5 FV A I Wi we KN lg. --:v .':vf5,:, - A, , is .1 ,wwe s 1. a ,N ey .Z 1 , y Y - fs. 15. ' , f of wi ,gi M 'A e i 9 23 , Q 1 l ' 2 I , ,,,, , - ,pk V Ni s s 4 3 5 l A r w if is 5 A- A Vai 2 5? i., z' -' :il -: i zffq ei Q,as,amiQA.', ge Jew , ,ix LL , ,flu fs?-f'sy4sM,5E,,ms.i,,s gm., SENIOR SOCCER Since lhe year lhal soccer was insliluled al As- bury. There has never been a leam like The High- landers. Tough defense and eicleclive execulion of offensive plays have been The 'rherne ol lheir play. An adepl forward line wilh experienced players and oulslanding learnmanship was a scoring lhreal which no one was able lo solve during lhe four years of lhe Highlander reign. The 3-I viclory over lhe Campus All-Slars was a mosl appropriale crowning +o a mosl glorious career. if .1 'Vi friendships deepen, and duties slide. L H and so does the snowy -L 4- , e. A Q-QW, MZ ,N 1- f F Q f, 225 Q15 22' fi rw: t f Ti 5 H -x " f rf: ' ' -fi , Q2 , me h ' . 'r fi if . Q If if fm 5 fm 13- wg rg 5'- : A '.1Q.k,.-if ff.-4 1YE5Ligi5:Bl X3 while activities roll Nofhing defines the Mason-Dixon Line like an inch of snow. The seed remains hidden Trom sighT, and There is no evidence oT growTh. BUT in This apparenTly inacTive sTage. a marvelous process is Taking place. The viTal elemenTs Trom soil and sunlighT cause The Tiny covering To break, Thereby allowing The shooTs To push upward Toward The air . . . and Their Tinal sTages oT development The sTudenT, somewhaT aware perhaps oT The possible growTh which resTs in his power, seeks To culTivaTe his seeds. He wanTs To learn .... he applies himselT To his sTudies .... he does learn. And gradually he realizes ThaT This acquired knowledge creaTes in him a desire Tor increased and greaTer knowledge. The seed of love is perhaps developed by a more inTangible process. As The sTudenT lives and works wiTh oThers . . . as he culTivaTes a closer relaTionship wiTh his Heavenly ,FaTher . . . he seeks To emulaTe The love OT ChrisT. He learns The real meaning of love. 5 X 3 . I Q It may be women's work, but it's a man's world, ' 7 ' Winter Saturday nights find girls at home, 'Q me W rg ,aff .4 5 until Twirp Week brings opportuni- ties for girls to open doors long closed. and sophomores exploring new areas of entertainment. Q-Iqgswgf , m2E?5K?i " S ' n.X,,4W,, :Em 1 .is' . W of 5233 M N15 may ,,. i 43 ie 5 QB," 1, pie. ,Q f. i ' is gf Q s pufimz at A mf-M361 Aw S, 'f 'W if Time passes. . filled with between-class songs in the night, snacks Q' quiet meditations, five .SO IN 'wb va 4 hurried conversations, T H E W I N T und praise at morning. 3 THE STUDENT BODY OFFICERS gsxassgwayk 5. it BUDDY GAINES RACHEL BRIGHT fx Prmfden? 'MM FR Vine-Prcsicemf whn . . . clans prayef fmcemmfj. . . . dams Safurday nI:yHfn"1grfmz1 . 5 .pervfzes dgfww CWUHZN gwybiem . pupervises Pep Ra Wy , . serves ow Smderzf-Fdcuffy Ccmvwiwee . xzrves on S+,den+-Fazufy Cowvwifxee . 5fS.lVT1G?S SfhiiiN6ddGVST1Ip'.rJN:V'NQ-Y and con,:'iemR,:1sfy, , .-forks faiffnfqffy' and dIHqcnHy. 48 I Sealed, leff +o righl: Debby Edwards, Jenny Bufler, Rachel Brighl, Dr. Ray, Miss Warner, Jo Belle Masfers, Kafhy Rice. Second row: Jim Turren+ine, Milan Barnes, Buddy Gaines. Jael: McCollough, Dr. Weslerfield, Gordon Bingham, Bill Swa+hwood. THE STUDENT FACULTY COMMITTEE The qap befween S1-Uden-f expression . U l and acl, The Consfifufion revision falres many hours. minislralive views is bridged by an aclive, behind- lhe-scenes represenlaliye body. E' 49 DISCIPLINE COMMITTEE Seafed, lefr fo right: Dr. Wesferfield, Miss Barber, Mr. Fisher, Miss Johnson. Second row: Mr. Thacker, Dr. Ray. Dr. Hunfer. Sealed, lefl' +o right Mary Francis Finch. Don Tu'man, Mr. PH enger. Second row: Gordon Ralls, Dianne Hage, Keiichi Takeda, Carol Ryan. Direcls sludenf life . . . Decides social issues . .. Disciplines in cases of necessily DR. Y. D. WESTERFIELD ............., Chairman DR. ROBERTA CORBITT PROFESSOR LEON FISHER DR. C. V. HUNTER MISS FRANCES JOHNSON PROFESSOR JOSEPH THACKER MISS KATHRYAN BARBER DR. PAUL RAY . . . loan fund provided by alumni and friends of Jrhe college Io assisl wo:-Ihy sfudenis in Iheir school expenses, DON TURMAN .,.. ..... C hairman ASBURY STUDENT FOUNDATION 50 i ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS Seafe-dc Nancy Clemans, Carol Erny, Margaref Shepard, Miss Johnson, Marian Yos+. Siandingx Mary Ann Wehr, Becky Kibbey, Jean Lowe, Amparo Arias. . . . an a prehensive "IiHle" sis of . . . a sel -assured "big" sisfer each Asbury girl finds herself a welcome niich in +he cenier of . . . fall quar+er's hilce and Chrisfmas pariy . . . winfer quar+er's open house Whelher OFFICERS NANCY CLEMANS ......,....,... I, . . President JIEAN LOWE .........,.......... Vice Presideni MARGARET SHEPARD .. .. ..,. Secreiary AMPARA ARIAS .,.... .,.,....... , Treasurer BECKY KIBBEY ...,.,,...,...,,....., Chaplain MARIAN YOST ...,........., Publiciiy Chairman CAROL ERNY-Big Sisler-Lillie Sisfer Secrelary MARY ANN WEHR .... Freshman Represenialive MISS JOHNSON ........,............. Sponsor . . provides Chrisiian Fellowship for Those who are inieresied in sporis and gives opporfunifies for parficiparion. OFFICERS HOPE WHITE .,.,..,................ Presldeni JOAN FULLER ....... .... V ice Presidenl FRANKIE MASTERS ...... ..., S ecrelary CAROLYN JOHNSON ,.. ........ Treasurer SARAH JACOBS ...... ..,....... C haplain PAT PRENTICE ... ...publicily Chairman DIANE BISH ......, ............. E difor MISS WHITLOCK ....Sponsor Sealed: Joan Fuller, Hope Whi'Ie, Miss Whifloclr. Sfanding: Pai Prenlice, Carolyn Johnson, Diane Bish, Franlrie Masfers, Sarah Jacobs. WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SPEECH CLUB Sealed: Richard Coppedge, Mrs. Greaflmouse, Chrislie Carrufh, Bryan Carroll. Slancling: Larry Draper, Jacllie Bundy, Kafhy Lloyd. Y X' xt Q I Sealed: Miss Garfool, Rosalie Brooks, Mr. Bresfel. Sfandingz Bill Baillie, Joyce Adams. ENGLISH CLUB 52 . . developmenr of individual iniliaiive and ialenis . . Training in various phases of speech arls . . provision of praclice in parliamenlary procedure OFFICERS RICHARD COPPEDGE .....,,......... Presidenf CHRISTI CARRUTH .,.. Vice Presidenf JACKIE BUNDY ........, Secrelary LARRY DRAPER . , .,.......,. Treasurer KATHY LLOYD ... .. ,,.. Publicilv Clwairman BRYAN CARROLL ., ,.... Sludenl Advisor MRS. GREATHOUSE ,.. ,,...,. , Sponsor , . offers opporlunilies Io snare ideas . . develops appreciaiion in line Iilera- lure . . slimulales inlere-sl in crealive wrilinq OFFICERS ROSALIE BROOKS ......,.....,..... Presidenl JOYCE ADAMS .... Vice Presidenl DANNY ROSE ...., ,.,... T reasurer NANCY NORTH .,.... .. .... Secrefary BILL BAILLIE ....,....,.. .,....,..,. C Imaplain CAROLYN BLACKMAN ....,.., Social Clwairman MISS GARFOOT ,........ ....,...,. S ponsor MR. BRESTEL ,,,, Sponsor Songs. . . Sfudy . .. Social aclivilies . , . Sunday services . .. Spanish . , . spolcen and shared OFFICERS ROGER WALCOTT .............,.,,, Presidenl MARGARET SFIEPARD ...... Vice Presidenl' MARIA PUERTA ,..,,......, Secrelary-Treasurer AMPA ARlAS ........ Correspondence Secrelary JOSE TORRES ,,,,. .,,, ..,,....... C h aolain CAROL SNYDER ....... .,44 S ocial Chairman JOSE FLORES ......,....... Pulnlicify Chairman MRS. ROBERTA CORBITT .. .......... Sponsor PAGE 53vBoHorn By means of . . . French plays . . a Chrislmas program alooul French cusfoms . . . a loanquel ,.,' Films . . . re- cordings A fluenr conyersalional knowledge of Jrhe French language is aflrained and French cul+ure and civilizaiion are underslood. OFFICERS CAROLYN BENSEN ......,.,.....,... Presidenl SUSAN HANDY ..,. ....... V ice Presidenl NANCY COWING ,......,.. Secrelary-Treasurer BILL COLLINS .,.4.......,,.......... Pubiciiy MISS VIRGINIA HAYES ........ Facully Advisor SPANISH CLUB Sealed: Carol Snyder, Roger WolcoH, Mrs. CorbiH, Jose Flores, Amparo Arias. Sfanding: Margaref Shepard, Jose Torres, Maria Puerfa. I i Sealed: 'Carolyn Benson, Miss Hayes, Nancy Cowing. Sfanding: Susan Handy. FRENCH CLUB MUSIC CLUB Sealed, Ie'f+ fo righiz Jim McPherson, Miss Spalding, Esiher Posi. Second row: Marilyn Sianger, Dela Pena. Jim Beckley, Sally Chmiflanci, 2 ,I ll: fr Wiih music as a common clenominafor, . . . fellowship among music and non- music majors . . musical growih , . . increased ap- preciaiion and slcill in performance . . professional coniacis and develop- menfs Ihrough Ihe local chapier oi Music Educaiors Naiional Confer- ence OFFICERS ESTI-IER POST .,.........,........,.., Presideni MARILYN STANGER ... ..,., .,Vice Presideni SALLY CHMITLAND .. ...i.. Secrefary JIM BECKLEY ..,,.., .,.. T reasurer JIM MCPHERSON ..... ....., Chaplain DELIA PENA ..........,....,........, Publiciiy MISS DOROTHY SPALDING .... Faculfy Advisor Seafed, lei? fo righf: Margie Erny, Miss Penision, Albin Whifworfh. Second row: Pauline Stephens, Kay Cheuvroni. ORGAN GUILD A branch of 'rhe Lexingion Chapier of The American Guild oi Organisis Whose purpose is . . . io uphold Worshipful siandards in church music by . . . increasing a reperioire of choir anihems . . . siudying ihe musical aspecis of ihe morning and evening service OFFICERS MARJORIE HILDRETH ERNY ,..,..i Dean ALBIN WHITWORTH ....... ,....Sub Dean PAULINE STEPHENS ... .,.. Secreiary KAY CI-IEUVRONT ... .... Treasurer DON TATE ........ .,.. C haplain . . parlicipafion in inlercollegiale lournamenls . , developmenl ol reasoning and crilical 'rhinlcing . , ulilizafion of slcill in exlemporaneous speaking and research Debafe Team David Blankenship Tom Snyder Dave Woerner Janice Shaw Ron Tarrani-Coach D E B A 'I' E 'I' E A M Sealed- Bob Pappas, Janice Shaw, Reynold Conneff, Chrisfie Carrufh. Sfanclingz Mr. Tarranf. A lnleresl' . . Respecf . . . Concern . . . Among sludenls and peoples of all nafions a nd cullu res OFFICERS NORMAN MURDOCK ...........,... Presidenf WAYNE HOTELLING .,. . . . , .Vice Presidenl ANN MUDD ......,.. .....,.., S ecrefary KENNY FULLER .. ,.....,..,... Treasurer CHAN6 PARK .... .... P ublicily Chairman PROP. THACKER .,. ............. Sponsor Sealed: Norman Murdock, Mr. Thaclrer. Slendingz Chang Park, Ann Mudd, Kenny Fuller. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 55 MISSIONARY RADIO CL Harry Weelns, Bob Millard, Mr. Pilre, Jim Upson, Billy ScoH, Vince Mungillo. J xx ff! N ff! xx ,Q 5 , 3 T : I ., , v ' 1 2 , 3 i- P i Sealed: Frecl Cooley, Julie Esfrada, Dr. Hamann, Jim Pierce, Wall' Shaw. Sfanding: Carlos Bonilla, Diane Manlrer, Lewis Webb. SCIENCE CLUB 56 A minisiry of service ilwrouglw ine means oi radio . . . operaied by licensed srudenls . . malcing coniecls io world Fields . . giving and receiving iniormaiion OFFICERS JAMES NEPSON ,.....,.,.........,. Presidcni ROBERT MILLARD .., HARRY WEEKS BiLL SCOTT ...,..,,. . VINCENT MUNGTLLO .... DR, F'lKE . .,,..Vice Presidenl .. . . . . .Secroiary ..,Treasiire .,..Cnaplafr ...Sponeo Films . . . Leclures . . . Discussions . . . seek io siimulaie inieresi ieries concerning lwidden universe. OFFICERS Jim Piriecc ,rs.. WALT snfxw ..... DIANE Monxsia . LEWIS WEBB ,.... JULIETA Esnwm .. FRED COOLEY .,,... ..... CARLOS BONILLO DR, HAMANN .... and clarify mys- secreis oi ine Presioienr .,,.Vico Presidenf .,.... .Secroiarv Treasurer ,Publiciiy Chairman Piibliaify Cnairman Cnaplain ...Sponsor HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 'll-lomennalcersw ol 'Iomorrow praclice an plan Ioclay . . . Monllwly meelings . . Salurolay niqlul program . . Valenjrine banquel , . Ueleqalion lo Slale Convene lion OFFICERS JANET MArLoY ,,....A.,V......A..4. CLARICE SWARTZENDRUBER ,. Vice Presidenl' MARLENE KlNG .,.4.... ...,.,..... S ecrelary Presiclenl DELQRES COWAN .... .,. .,.. Treasurer ALMA KlRKPAiRlCK .,,..,...,, Chaplain JANNCE BRADLEY ..., .. .Pubifily Cliairman KATHY NOGLE , .. Palm idly Cnairrnan MRS. THOMAS .. ....,.. ...Sponsor MRS. SHANE 4... .. .Sponsor Sealed: Janei' Malloy, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Shane, Alma Kirllpairiclr, Janice Bradley. Sfancling: Kaflry Naugle, Marlene King, Delores Cowan, Clarice Swarhendruber. x fx Reserve books , ., overdue lines . .. Currenl newspapers . . , all lorgollen as library assilanls seelc lellowslwip and a spiril ol unily llwrouglw rlmeir quarlerly meel- ings and annual banquel. OFFICERS Pl-llloLlPGREEN ,,.. . ,,........ Prcsidoni AMPA ARIAS .... Vice Prosidenl EAYE CRUISE . . ...Serwlar'y-Trczalznrer MARGARET Wl-lllE . .... Chaplain MISS VAN SCIVER , . .Spfnsor Seafed: Phil Green, Miss Van Sciver, Margaref While. Standing: Faye Cruise, Amparo Arias. LIBRARY CLUB S. N. E. A. Seaiedz Eunice Sharp, Alberfa Hoagland, Mr. Sloan, Janenne Heacoclr, Joanne Heclr, Adah RuTh Saxe. Siandingz Virginia PraTT, Jane SmiTI1, Bill Collins, Ardis WhiTe. SeaTed: Miss SerroTT, David STewarT, Jean Lowe, Judy BarcroTT, Dr. HunTer. Sfandingz Ruih BoTT, Joanne Young. provides meThocIs OT ChrisTian Educa- Tion Tor all Those who are inTeresTed in or parTicipaTe in The worlc oT The church OFFICERS JUDY BARCROFT ,.,,................ Presidenf RUTH BOTT ......... .... V ice Presidenf JOANNE YOUNG ... ..,... SecreTary DAVID STEWART ..,. .,... T reasurer DONNA MORTER .... .. .PubIiciI'y JOHN DUVALL .,., .... P ublicify MISS SERROTT .... ..., S ponsor DR. HUNTER ..., Sponsor A year of acTiviTiTy and accompIishmenT recogniTion Tor sTucIenT members OT The Teaching profession monThly meeTing TeaTuring panel dis- cussions, speakers, Tilms hosT To November K.S.E.A. Conven- Tion and Workshop delegaTion To The NaTionaI EducaTion AssociaTion ConvenTion in Louisville OFFICERS JANENNE HEACOCK ................ PresidenT JOANNE HECK ........, .... V ice Presideni' EUNICE SHARP .........., ...... S ecreTary ALBERTA HOAGLAND .... . ,... Treasurer BILL COLLINS ..,........ ..... C haplain VIRGINIA PRATT ...... ..... C haplain JANE SMITH ...,.. ....... L ibrarian ADAI-I SAXE ..... ..,,..... P uI:zIiciTy MR. SLOAN . ,. ..... Faculfy Advisor CHRISTIAN EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 58 CHEST FOR CHRIST The mofivaring force behind The yearly Missionary Conference . . . weekly meer- ing and prayer rneelings . . . is The compul- sion . . lo educale sludenls ro The 'rhe foreign field . . fa aid in The cullural adj need on uslmenl necessary for mission service . . lo supporl acliye missionaries by prayers and gills HARRY WEEKS .. Chairman Lefi Io righf: Don Turman, Barbara Calloway, Harry Weells, Joe Alley. 2 ' if 1 'ME' 1 4 5' ' W 5, . . uniled elllorl of all campus O lions To collecl funds for use Chrislian Service League, Mi Associalion, Asbury Sludenl rganizaf in Girls' nislerial Eounda- lion, and ,Foreign Mission Eellowship OFFICERS BREnroN suiaeoms ..,s,. ..i,... STANLEY LEwis . ..., ...vice LEON WILLETT s.sV...,..s. JANE SMITH VlRC5lNIA PRATT LOIS MERWIN .. THOMAS BEACH CAROL TAYLOR LARRY BRACKEN HUGH WARD .. JUDY GILLAM . DAVID CULVER Corresponding Recording Presidenl President Treasurer Secrelary Secrelary Daily Superinlendeni . ,...DaEly Super ... .Publicily Publicily D ies inlendent Chairman Chairman Chairman ...Pianisf ,...Pianisf I Y Sealed lefr Io right Bren+on Burgoyne, Dr. Hunfer, Sian Lewis, Jane Smifh, Hugh Ward Carol Taylor, Dave Culver, Judy Gillam, Leon WilleH, Jenny Praii, Lois Merwin, Tom Beach FOREIGN MISSIONARY FELLOWSHIP 59 METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT Paul Wesf, Jo Dell Walfers, Miss Serroff, Don Turman, Jim Pierce, Jean Lowe, Carolyn Ryan. bury in Ihe form ol Iorl and Lexinglon members ol The "Army" . . . dedicalion OFFICERS JEAN I-IARVEY .. .. JOY GABRIELSEIXI LYEI L RADER ......,.. TOM GABRIELSEN MR. LEON FISI-IER Sealed: Mr. Fisher, Jean Harvey, Gordon Bingham, Lyell Rader. Standing: Tom Gabrielson, Joy Gabrielson. . . college 'Isings' GORDON BINGHAM ,. , A sludeni orgenizelion in Ivlelhodism . . . Io deepen Chrislian fellowship . . . Io Iosler Chrislian educalion wilh unlorgelable periods of sharing ai As- . . . Sunday evening meelrings . . a freshman breaklasl . . a Halloween perly . . Chrislmes cerolinq OFFICERS DON IURMAN ...,,.,. ,. ,.... .... P residcnl JIM PIERCE .., .. . .Vice Presidem CAROLYN RYAN , , ..,., Secrelarv PAUL WEST .. .. ., ,, ,,.,,,. Treasurer JEAN LOWE ..,....,.. Church-Campus Relalions JODELL WALTERS .......... Board ol Educelion Sponsors . . . weekend meelings in Frenlc- Provides . . . e medium ol Iellowship lor Culliveles . . . e spiril ol Iervor . . . Lnily ....,,Pre'-Idenl .Vice Presidenf ....,SeCreIary ..,,..ChepIain ...Bendmasler Faculry Advisor SALVATION ARMY STUDENT FELLOWSHIP 60 GIRL'S CHRISTIAN SERVICE LEAGUE Seafecl: Lou Ann Jones, Barbara Calloway, Mrs. Hunfer, Jo Dell Walfers. Sfanding: Pafli King, Vera Seamans, Rulh Boff, Linda McElwain, Gene Hudgins. Cripplecl children . .. Orphans. .. Slum inhabilanls . .. Wilmores "older" resiclenfs . . . Graleliully leslify To lhe inspiralion, service, and loving hearls of This league of Chrisl- mas girls. OFFICERS BARBARA CALLOWAY .. ....... Presidenr LOU ANN JONES ., , Vice Presidenr VERA SEAMANS . . . ,.. Secieiary RUTH BOTT ,..,,., ,. , .,.,.. Treasurer LINDA MCELWATN ,, Earl'ameniarian-Librarian PATTI KING' , ......... ,publicifv Chairman GENE HUDGTNS . Missions Chairman JQDELL WALTERS .. . .Eroiecls Chairman MRS. HUNTER ...,, , ,. ., . Sponsor . . provides opporlunilies Tor service in iails, missions and churches . oilfe-rs limes OT feliowship and chal- lenge V . . promores spirilual eclificalion of fu- Jrure minisrers OFFICERS JOE ALLEY ,.........,..........,.,,. Presiden? DEVERN SCHWENN ... ..,. Vice Presidenr DON HOWARD ..... ,..,.. S ecreiary CHARLES SOMMERS ,,.. .. . .... Treasurer STAN LEWIS ,, ,....,.. . .,,....,. Publicily AL COOPER .. .,... Superinlendenr of Suppiies DON MAYS ..., 4,,.. S uperinfendenr of Jaiis TOM BEACH . . .. .Consiifaiional Advisor MR. HTTCH .. ..,,.., .Sponsor MR, WILEY . ,,.Sprnsor Don Howard, Mr, Wiley, Charles Sommers, De Vern Schwenn, Tom Beach, Joe Alley, Arl- Lindsay. MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 1193: 'IQ g,,,,,,..,..J CABINET WILLIS WILDER MARTHA SLOAN ... ELEANOR PORTER . ,, , . JOY GABRIELSEN, KEITH GEIG,-ER .. JUDY GILLAM, HUGH WARD .. JENNY BUTLER, MILAN BARNES .... ST,idenT-FaculTy DIANE I-IAGE, GORDON RALLS 4, Ash iry STudenT Foundahcn SALLY SADOWSKI, BOB CRAWFORD , . .,,AThleTir Managers ,4..PresidenT WILLIS WILDER ....Vice-PresidenT . .SecreTari,' ....Ireasurer ,un-Ha. ...Chaplains fi, MARTHA SLOAN BreThren, I counT noT myselT To have apprehended: buT This one Thing I do, TorgeTTing Those Things which are behind, and reaching TorTh unTo Those Things which are beTore, I press Toward The mark Tor The prize oT The high calling oT God in ChrisT Jesus. SOPHO Seafedz Jenny Bufler, Milan Barnes, Diane Hage, Wondering, yearning, curious. WiTh resTless exploraTions . .. --WalT WhiTman Philippians 3:I3. I4 MORE CLASS Gordon Ralls. Standing: Keifh Geiger, Joy Gabrielson, Hugh Ward, Judy Gillam, MarTha Sloan, Sally Sadowslri. ', 053 W, Q2 wwlh. s Firsf Row: GLEN ALLDREDGE ................,..... MI. CarmeI, III. 40I Wfzsi 2nd ROGER AMSTUTZ ...,...... ..... W adsworfh, Ohio 429 Credwood DAVID ATKINSON ...,..,,........., BIoorningdaIey Ohio RT. 2 PENSACOLA BAILEY ........,......,.., Salyersvilie, Ky. WILLIAM BAILLE ,,.........,..,....... Springfield, Ohio b03 Champion. Second Row: MARTHA BANTA .....,......,.....,. LouEsviIIe I8, Ky. 3939 CenIraI Aye, MILON BARNES .................. Rocky Mounr, N.C. 533 Na5hyiIIe Rd. BARBARA BEATTY ...... R.. I ...,.....,. Roseboro, N.C. T. MARTHA BELKNAP .,....... ......,. ..... M a rion, Ind. l5I9 W. 2nd SI. LAWRENCE BELL .....,.......... .,.,..,. L anghorn, Pa. Easiern Dawn, TraiIer Park Third Row: b W.Va. ROBERT BLACKBURN . . .. .Parkers urq, 2003 71h Aye. CAROLYN BLACKMAN ...,.......... Chicago 34, III. 29I4 N, Nordica KENNETH BLITCH .....,,........... Jacksonville, Fla. I629 InqIes7de Ave. Dayiori I4, Ohio JERRY BOCK ....................... 3535 Beardshear Rd, GAYNELLE BOWEN ....... ...,.. ..,... B e Ilevuex Mich. I23 N. Elizabeih Eourfh Row: DONALD BRASFIELD ....,.,.....,.,. BErmihqhan'i, Ala. RI. I5, Box 3I2 BRUCE BUCKLEY , ............,.,.. Jef'fersonviIIe, Ind. I835 Ufica Pike PHILIP BUMPUS ........,.......,.,... CIarksviIIe, Tenn, Box 3B9 .IENNY BUTLER .,......,....,...,..., GoIdsboro, N.C. RI. 4, Box 564 PATSY CAISTER ..,........,. ....... ..., M a rleffe, Mich B52 S Van Dyke Rd, Fifih Row: CLAYON CARPENTER .... .........,. P arkersburg, W.Va. 2II5 Ilfh Ave. BRICE CASEY .,..,............,. ..,..,. D anyiIIel Ky, RI. I PAUL CASEY .,..,...,.,, ......,. N orih Vernon, Ind. 409 Jennings JAMES CATTRAN .....,.............,,. Lancasier, Ohio 72I GarIieId OPAL CESSNA . ,,...... ........,..... . , ..WiIrrwore, Ky. 207 E. CoIIeqe SI, Sixih Row: LARRY CLEMANS .,........................ Lima, Ohio 537 W Grand RAMONA COCHRAN .... .,...,... .... D e cafur, Ga. 432 E Pharr Rd, NINA COFFIN ............,.....,....,.,... MiI'ron, Ky. RT. 3 WALTER COLES ...,...,.,........ N Li1IIe Rock, Ark. Box 30 JAMES COLLINS ....,..,..,.....,. W I-IyaHsviIIe, Md. 2007 Somersei SI. Sevenfh Row: RONALD COOKE .,......,..... Belfasf, Norrh Ireland 49 Richardson Si. NANCY COWING .....,.,............ BrookviIIe, Mass. 957 S Franklin Sf. ROBERT CRAWFORD ..... ..,............. P assaic N.J. I5 River Rd, I NANCY CROUSE ..,,......,......,...... Wilmore, Ky. 300 Maxey SI. DAVID CULVER . ,... .........,..,. L os AngeIes, Calif. Orieni Crusades, Box 45 Eighfh Row: DARRILYN DANDURAND .,......... ..... M Kami Fla. 3070 N.w. 70 Terrace ' DELORES DANIELS .............,... .... M obiIe Ala l64 LouEseIIe Sr, I ' SANDRA DAVIDSON .................. HiIIsboro Ohio R+. i ' SAMUEL DAVIS . ......,..,.. ........ s i. Pe1ersburg, Pia. I700 50th Ave. N, SUE DAY .........,..,..................... Pufneyl Ky. SOPHOMORES Firs+ Row: RONALD DEHN JERRY DEHN .,.....,...,. ....,..,,,.... N ew Albany, Ind. 2323 Shelby SI. Albany, Ind. 2323 SheIby Sf. ..........................Hous+on 6, Texas LOUISE DOBES MICHAEL DOU 3504 Audubon PI. Hong Kong, China 479 CasIIe Peak Rd., KowIoon PEGGY DOWNING ....,...,..,.............. Erhanger, Ky. Second Row: 23 Graves Aye. DORIS DUDLEY ..,............,..,. Rockbridqe Baths, Va. SAMUEL DUGAN ........,..............,.,, RossviIIe, Ga. 220 Beech BOBBY DUNAWAY ...,......,.,..... ,.., M iIfon, Ky. RI. 2 CAROL EASTERDAY . .,,,....,.. ....... O lney, III, Rf. 7 RICHARD EHLERT ,,,. ..... ..... C 0 ncordia, Mo. Third Row: THOMAS EISENTROUT .......,..... ..... L akennore, Ohio I344 Park Rd. POLLY ELDER ...,...., ................, B irmiriqharn, AIa. I3II-A N. 29Ih SI. ANN ELLIOTT ....,...,,..,.....,..,,.,........ Decafur, Ga. 26I8 Woodfdge Dr. JUDITI-I ENGERT .,.,........................ Callicoon, N.Y. CARL EVANS .4.,........ ....,...... ......... B I airs, Va. Fcurih Row: DALE FALL .......,......,.,. .........., T rayerse Ciiy, Mich. 6I2 MapIe 'Sh EDGAR RAY FARMER ....................... HiIIsyiIIe, Va. RI. I BRENDA FEEBACK .....,......,.., .... M iIIersburg, Ky. Box 29 SYLVIA FINGAR ........,,...........,........ Tampa, Fla. 3I0 E Fern SI. JACOUELYN FLOETER .................,., Saginaw, Mich, 5I6 S Weadock Fiffh Row: JOSE FLORES ..... .,.,. C hihuahua, Chih, Mexico PI-IYLLIS FORD .... ................. H arnmohd, Wis. MYRNA FRANKLIN .... ..,.. , . .......,....... Cynfhiana, Ky. RI. 4 MARGARET FRANKLIN ..,..... .,.. C IoyerdaIe, Ind. RI. 2 JOYCE FREDERICK .,...... ,..,.. ....,.. ,... F I o ra, III. 328 FIora Aye. Sixih Row: ALICE FREEMAN ................,,.... Crysial FaIIs, Mich. 4I7 Marqueife FRANK FRYMAN .,..,..,..,.....,..,...,..... Wilrnore, Ky. 2I7 JeweII DAVID FULLER ...........,..........,...,. Euclid I9, Ohio 20406 Cherokee Ave. EUGENE FULLER .............. ,........,.. E ucIid I9, Ohio 20406 Cherokee Aye. WARREN FULTON .....,..,.......... New Orieans 22, La. 3427 MandeyiIIe ST. Sevenfh Row: JOY GABRIELSEN . ........................ Indianapohs, Ind 306 W. Hampfon- Dr. A LLOYD GALLIMORE .........,............ Guilford, N. C. RI. I, Box IIB MARIE GANDER .........,......... ..,..... D anviIIe, Ky. I209 Sycamore Sf. MARK GARRISON .,....................... Wauseon, Ohio 3I2 E. EIm Sf. KEITH GEIGER .,,,.......,........... ..... P igeon, Mich. Eighfh Row: FRED GERE ................,............. New CasIIe, Pa. 302 W, CIenmore BIvd, JERRY GILL ................,..,....,.......... OIney, III. 502 N. Walnuf LARRY GILL .......,.....,..,............... Lexinqfon, Ky. I4746 Nafchez Trail JUDITI-I GILLAM . ,.....,.,....... Los AngeIes 29, CaIiF. 9I9 N. I-Iobarf BIVCI. CHARLYN GILLETTE ................,......, Lexingion, Ky. 3I73 Chaiham Dr, SOPHOMORES Firsf Row: ALICE GODSEY .. .,.. ,.... ,.... S pringviIIe, Ind. I. RONALD GORTON .,.....,..,....... Ausfin, Minn. 209 N. River SY, A I CAROLYN GOVICH .4....,,............ Ligon.er, Penr.. RI. I BETTY ANN GREEN ............... .... E vansviIIe, Ind 6l3 N. Kerfh Ave. JULE GRIFFIN ,... ,..,,.,...,..... .... S h oaIs, Ind. Box 65 Second Row: BARBARA GROCE ,.........,....... High Poini, N.C. 405 Oakview Rd. l DIANNE HAGE ,, .,.,.... ,.... . .,.. F erqus FaIIs, Minn. 408 N, Union Ave. ALMA HAND ,.,, ........,.,...,. , Gorham, III. GAIL I-IANDEL , ., .............., Cincihnafi 6, Ohio I642 Clavfon ARLENE HANSON ......,... ,... B eIIran'ii, Minn. Third Row: GRACE HARDCASTLE ............ Goodleffsvilie, Tenn. 305 Roscoe Si. PAUL HARTMAN ...,...,,...,...,, .... H ovleion, III. Box II7 JACK HAZEN ....,.. ..........,,....., A Iliancex Ohio Edisor' N.E. MARY HEADRICK .....,........ .. .. ..,RaIeiqh, M'Ss. FREDA HENDERSON ..........,...., Procforvihe, Ohio RI. 2, Box B6 Fourfh Row: LAWSON HENDERSON ...........,,... Morqanfori, N.C. RI. 5, Box II3 SALLY HENDERSON ..,......,..,..,... Maybeurv, W.Va. Box 256 ROBERT HENDRICKSON ,............. Braderifon, FIa. RI. 3, Box 237 B ELIZABETH HINSHAW ...,.,...,.,.,.. Richmond, Ind. 2736 S. E. SI. HAZEL HOAGLAND ......,,.....,.. LouiSviIIe I9, Ky. 4643 ScIIIe BIvd. Fiffh Row: ROBERT HODGENS .,.,,.....,...,, .... R aleighl N.C. SIU Rose Lane KATHRYN HODGSON .................. Defroiiy Mich. 7467 Sieger SL ALLEN HOLMES .......,,....,...... CornersviIIe, Ind. Rt. 4 C. B, HUTCHERSON . ..,,.....,.....,... Paducah, Ky. 26I LoveIaceviIIe Rd. DOUGLAS INGRAM ..... . .......,,..,.. Princefon, N.C. R?.2 Sixfh Row: DALE JACKSON , .........,...,....,... EIizabe+h, Pehn. R+, I, Box 854 EVERETTE JACKSON .,.,......,,..,. Dearborn, Mich. '4625 CuIver SHIRLEY JOHNSON .............. ....... B urweII, Nab. DONNA KANE ..........,....... .... R cisevilie, Ohio Main SI. RAY KELLER .. ...... . ..............,. Larucasier, Penn. I42 Eckman Rd. Sevenfh Row: HELLEN KESSLER .....,.... ...............,., M ode, III. BETH KINDINGER .....,.............. Mansfield, Ohio 445 E Haniey Rd. PATRICIA KING ............,...., Fergus FaIIsL Mirn, 607 W LincoIri n NORMA KIRBY ...........,......,.........,.. Paris, III. Rf. 3 CHARLES KIRKPATRICK ........,.. Mansfield, Ohio 84 Harvard Ave. Eigh+h Row: EVELYN KLA DALE KNEPPER .....,..........,,.. .,.. T oiedo, Ohio 5839 Rambo Lane JUDITH KUNKLE ....,.............. . ..Marion, Ohio 206 Nye Si. JERROLD KUYPER ...,..............., Norfhfield, Mirn. Rf, 3 JOYCE LAMB ......,........ ...... C adiz, Ohio RT. I SOPHOMORES Eirs+ Row: PAUL LASHBROOK .....,.... ...... B arbados, Wesf Indies Box I3B, Bridqefown . LARRY LEHMAN ,......................... SI. Marys, Ohio I -II9 S. Main HOK LIM ,....., . ........ ...DiaIcarIa, Indohesia RODNEY LINE .,.. . .,,. ..,.,. ....... S I ockbridqe, Mich I330 Kane Rd. JOSEPH LINEMAN . ,..,.. ,. .,.SI. CIa7r Shores Minh. 244I5 LIIIIP Mack Second Row: HARRY LIVESAY .,..,..... ....... , ,.,,... B en'ron,. III. II2 E. Bond RAYMOND LOUX ......., . .,.... , Browns MIIIS4 N.J. 2076 Exefer Sf. WILLIAM McALLISTER .....,... ,.,.,...,. C edarbrook, N.J. Railroad Ave. LINDA MCELWAIN .,.,.....,....,,.. ...Cur+in, W. Va. CAROLYN MCKENNEY . . . . . ..., Lexhgfon, Ky. GreendaIe Rd. Third Row: JAMES MCPHERSON ............. .,.. B arberforil Ohio 3699 EasIoh DIANE MANKER ..,.,..,........ ....... E asf SI. Louis, III, 520 N. I3Ih Sf. VIRGINIA MARCUS ,,........,............4.. Larsing, Mich. BI2 Lirvcoln DORIS MARRS .,...,...,......,.. ,..MounI Hermon, Ky. ALFONSO MARTINEZ , ., ., Marion, Ind. Rr. 2 Fourfh Row: DAVID MASON .,...... ,, ., ............. Menfor, Ohio Moreland Farms Mentor Ave. RUTH MASSEY ........,., .................,.. D aleville, AIa. Box 343 RICHARD MATSON ................ Grand Rapids 5, Mich. 252I Plainfield CHARLES MAURHOFF ,,....... ..... ,.... B r uih, Penn. Main SI. KAREN MEIER ..... ,.............. ..,. K e ridrick, FIa. Box B8 Fif+h Row: ROBERT MILLARD ,,...,.. , . . ..AIIoora, Penr. 407 Fiifh Ave, BRASHER MILLER ..............,. .... . ..PensacoIa, Fla. 8I5 E. Gadsden SI. CAROL MITCHELL ......,...,.,.,. ......... W indIaII, Ind. JEANNETTE MITCHELL .....,,.. ...,,.. M arIinsviIIe, Va. R+. 3, Box 3I LINDA MORROW ......., ............, W oodIyhne 6, N.J. 2220 WoorIIynne Rd. Sixth Row: MARY ELLEN MORROW , . .... Toronto, Ohio BI3 Darfels SI. DONNA MORTOR ,.....,..... .. ...Boones MIII, Va, Box 24 KENNETH MUNDAY ......... ........ , .,... F Iorerce, Ky. 7207 U. S. 25 ROLAND MURPHY .,........,.... .,............ B Iairs, Va. SHIRLEY MURROW ................ ..... H igh Poirif, 'N.C. I67 W. Homesfead Ave. Sevenih Row: DOROTHY NACE ...,.,. .. ..BordenIown, N.J. 603 Earnsworfh Ave! KENNETH NAYLOR .,..,.., . .,.. ..... L ouisville, III. JOSEPH NEWTON ........... ., ,.,. Waycross, Ga. 900 Semihole TraiI NANCY NORTH ....,.,... . . .... ,CincErina+i, Ohio 4205 Sherwood Ave. JAMES OAKES .,... , . . .... BIair:, Va. Eighih Row: CHARLOTTE OGLE ......., , , ,greemown Ind, R+, 2 ' DOROTHY PARTRIDGE ......... ,..... W iIIiamsIon, Mich, Rf, 2, Box I4b CAROL PATTERSON .,,......... . .. ...CincinnaIi, Ohio 626 EIIIOII VIRGINIA PAUGH . ....,....,,.... .. . .,SwanIon Md. Rf. I, Box I06 ' EDWIN PAULL .,.. . , .. .... Adrian, MICI1. I II07 Erie SI, OPI-lomones Firs+ Row: LESLIE PAYTON ........ . ....... . ... . .Cres'rwood, Ky. DAVID PEARCE .......,........,....... CharIoTIe, N,C. I6I4 Fountain Dr. CAROLYN PECK ..........., ..,...,,.. P IeaSanIviIIe, Pa. Venango Counfy - ROWENA PHILLIPS ...................... Deiroif, Mich. 8343 Ellsworfh ELEANOR PORTER ...................... Fern Creek, Ky. RT. 2, Box 378 Second Row: VICTOR POTTS ........................ Winchesfer, Ohio Highland Ave. SHIRLEY PRESZLER ..............,.....,. Braddock, N.D. EDISON PRINCE , ........,.,.....,..,. Phenix Cify, AIa. I5OI I51h Ave. GORDON RALLS ............,.,........., Arcadia, FIa. Box 345, 43I N. Lee Ave. A DONALD RINEHART ..,,.... ....,. ,... . E ucIid I7, Ohio I47I E. I96Ih SI. Third Row: RONALD RINEHART .................... EuCIid I7, Ohio I47I E. I96'rh SI. CHARLENE ROBB ...............,.... .,,,. S parfa, III. E, Main HERMAN ROCK ,..... . .,........,......., Deford, Mich. 5B3I Reed Si., Box 23 RICHARD ROHRER ...........,......,..,,. Bourbon, Mo. ROBERT ROLLINS .,,................., Oak Ridge, Tenn. IOI Georgia ST. Fourfh Row: DANIEL ROSE ,........,....... ...... 307 N . Walhiuf ......,WiImore, Ky. LUCY ROSE . ..........,................ Bryanisviile, Ky. Siar RT. SALLY SADOWSKI .............,...... TiIIonsviIIe, Ohio Mound Sf. DANIEL SCI-IROEN ...... Q ....... .,... R oanoke, III. RT 2 BEVERLY SCOTT ................... ..,,. M arshaii, III. RI. 5 FIHI1 Row: JOANNA SHARP ......,.......... ......... B mei, Ky. Ri. 2 WAYNE SHELTON .......... ..,,. ..... B r idgeviIIe, Penn. RI. 2 ANN SHEPHARD .....,..... .. ..............., Paris, III. 8IO MarsI1aII SI. GARY SHIPLETT ........................ HoIIy HiII, Fla. RI, 2, BOX 387-L NOLAN SHIPMAN ....,........,.....,... Butyrus, Ohio 224 E. RensseIaer Sf. Sixih Row: DORIS SHOVER .,...........,..,...,, CoIur'nbus I3, Ohio 545 S. Hampfon Rd. SALLY SHOWER ............................ Visia, CaIii. Rf. 4, Box 6, Ora Avo Dr. HELEN SITLER ................................ Iiasca, III, 424 Emmerson MARTHA JEAN SLOAN . ................. wiimafe, Ky. 206 N. Wainuf Sf. BONNY SMITH ..,............... Minrueapoiis 23, Minn. 7I36 Garfield Ave. Sevenfh Row: S. RICHARD SMITH .......,.........,.... Covingfon, Tenn. 223 Shelfoni Sf. CAROL SNYDER ........................ Woodbine, N.J. Ri. 2 LINDA SNYDER ...................... Uhrichsville, Ohio 9l5 N. Dawson Si. LINDA C-ENTRY SOMMERS .............. Chandler, Ind. CAROL SPANGLER .................. For? Afkinson, Wis. RI. 3 ,Box 68 Eighfh Row: JOYCE STAHLY ........,...,............... Newfon, Kan. SIO Myriie THOMAS STARNES ..............,..... Jackson, 9, Miss. 954 N. Presidenf LORRAINE STATEZNY ................... Crandon Wis. DALE STEPHENS .................,......,. Roanoke, ina. RI. I JOY STEVENSON ...................... Binghamfon, N.Y. SOP+HDM ORES Eirsi' Row: KAREN STOKES .,... ..., ..... ..., M eIroDOIis, III. I. RICHARD STRUBHAR ..,.,.,,.., .. ..., EsIherviIIe, Iowa 308 S. 7Ih FAYE STUARD ......,.,,...,.....,., ...... G eorgefown, Ky. Payne Ave. EUNICE SWYERS .,.......,.,........,. Washingron I5, D.C. 6339 Utah Ave., N.W. THOMAS TARRER ...........4.......,....,..... Decafur, Ga. 232 Third Ave. Second Row: JACK TAYLOR ,......,..,...,......,......., PensacoIa, FIa. 7I8 N. bih Ave. JAMES ALLEN TAYLOR .,., ....,..,... S ourharnpion, Penn. I73 MapIe MARLENE THOMAS ..........,...... ..... G Ier,daIe, Ariz. 3I23 N. 53rd Dr. JUDITH THOMPSON ,........,.....,.... Coiurnbus 6, Ohio 608 E. Svmmore SI. JOSE TORRES ..,...,,............ ...... ...,. O r ienie, Cuba Third Row: MARY LOU TOWNLEY , .,........,..,....... Saginaw, Mich. ZOZI Hancheif MARGARET TRIMYER .,..... ......,,...,.... A Hanfa 6, Ga. 747 Yorkshire Rd., N.E. SHIRLEY I-IUFMAN VALADE .,.,.......... Defroif 24, Mich. 8825 Marseilles WILLIAM VANMETER .,.... ......,.. .... M o osic, Penn. 477 3rd Sf. DORIS WALLINGEORD ..., ............,,... M avsviIIe, Ky. Mefforo Heighfs FcurIh Row: ROMA RAE WALZ .,... .......,.. .,..... E I Iis, Kan. Rr. 3 HUGH WARD ............... .,....,.. . ...,., J ackson, Miss. IOI6 Sruarf MARY ELLEN WARNER ,.,...,.... WiIIiams+or', Mich. 27I HOII' Rd., RI. I MARY ANNE WEI-IR ,..... ..,...,....,... H amiIIon, Ohio 563 Harrison Ave. RUTH WELLER .....,....... ........, .... L e nnon, Mich, RY. I I-iHh Row: MARGARET WIBERG ....,.. ......,....... W orcesrer, Mass, 33 Monraque SI. FANNY WILCOX ,,.,....,.. .............. B uena Visia, Ga. WILLIS WILDER .....,......, ............,...... C orbin, Kv. 707 Adkins Ave. EDWARD WILLIAMS ..........,,....,...... Weicome, N.C. Box I56 SANNA WILLIAMS ........ .,..,.... E Iizabefh Ciiy, N.C. RI. 2, Box 600 Sixfh Row: HELEN WILLIAMSTON ..... ...........,...... S arasofa, Fla. I234 Beniamin Franklin Dr. DORA WILSON .... ,....... .....,.....,..... J a ckson, Ohio 2I Vine SI. RICHARD WILSON .................. Grand Rapids 7, Mich. II74 Jefferson S.E. GERDE WITTROCK ......... ...,.,........,. V incennes, Ind. I204 N, Second ST. ROGER WOLCOTT ...,..... .,........... B irmingham, AIa. I4I5 IILII SI. S. Sevenfh Row: GREGORY WOOD .......... .....,.... J acksonviIIe II, Fla. I404 Magnoiia Circie W. REBECCA WOOD .,....,.......................... Fiora, III, IIS E. 7Ih CARLEEN WRIGHT .........,............., Housfon 2, Texas 2IOZ La Branch RICHARD WRIGHT , ....,.,............ ,.,. P ensac3oIa, Fia. lIO8 E. Jackson CAROL YOH ........,,..........,,. .,... V anWerI, Ohio RT. 2 Eigh+h Row: MARY YOI-I .,,.....,.. .......... ..... W i Ilshire, Ohio RT. I CAROLE ANN YOUNG .,.,.....,...........,.. AshIand, Ky. 25I9 I-iolf SI. NANCY JANE YOUNG . ...,.,....,.... .. ZI72 Oak Ridge Dr. WILLIAM YOUNGBLOOD ................., Rose HiII, RI. I JOAN ZINK ................ .,.,....... . .... N ewark 74 Fairrnonf Ave. SOPHQMORE CharIesIon, W.Va. Miss. , Ohio S NUM M ' 2 ,M , 3:22 A A L E555 3' Q, 33 EY PM CABINET ROBERT WILEY ..Piff-.iciewt ..,.Vmrv Pic-swIfmI JANICT SHAW . ,. . BOB WILEY Se if-mi DORIS WASHABAUGH , , CAROL TAYLOR FDLIIE PRIEST . .TIIJESBLIQI ..,..CiIf15,iIf1if-' CAROL SEELMAN JOSEPH PITTS . . ,. KATHLEEN RICE, WILLIAM SWATHWOOD , ...... Sfudenf Ff1fIIIIy CAROLYN RYAN, KFIICHI TAKEDA Asbury Sfuderwi I:oImdaIif ri AIHe+i: INAGVTFICIPEI MAXINE BALSTAD DONALD SCOTT . .. SANDY GENTRY KPN GENTRY 44.,. PiIIoIiQf'y Cnairmam Teach me Io do II'1y wiIIg Tor II'1ou arf my God: II1y spirif is good, Iead me inio II'1e Iand of uprighiness. umiied, PioneersI O pioneersI -P5aIms I43:IO J U N I 0 R Seafed, Iefi 'ro righf: Kaihy Rice, Bill Swafhwood, KeiicI1iTaIceda, Carolyn Ryan. Second row: Joe Pi+'Is CaroI Seelman, Washabaugh, Maxine Balsfad, Sandy Genfry, Ken Genfry. ,fum Km JANICE SHAW Never musi you be divided, in our ranks you move C A B I N E T Ed Priesf, Carol Taylor Doris Firsf Row: BARBARA GOWAN ALLEY ..., I09 Coldbrook Rd., Sparfanburg, S.C. ROGER ARMISTEAD ,....,....,. MAXINE BALSTED .......,.. MARY ANN BANDERMAN .... , GLORIA BARRETT TODD BASSETT ..... Second Row: PEGGY BEEVER JUDITII BETZ .....,. WILLIAM BICE ..... DAVID BLANKENSHIP RITA BLOMGREN SYLVIA BOWMAN .. ....I552 Harbor Rd., DaIIas, Texas BeIIrami, MInn, ......II I7 Parferson, Newporh Ky. ... ,,,...,.......,... Lusby, Md. .35 WccdIand, BInqI1ampIon, N.Y. 902 E. Beech SI., LaFoIIeIIe, Tenn. ...,,.RI, 2, Leesburq, GMC ...Box 434, EdgewaIer, Md, ...34I 37TH SI., AsInIand, K . Y ,..........,.MorrIs, MInn. I, Box 347, Roanoke, Va. JUNIQR CLASS Third Row: LAR'RY BRACKEN .. CHARLES BRADLEY JANICE BRADLEY .. REBECCA BRANTLEY ESTHER BRATTEN .. WILMA BRIGGS Fourfh Row: JACOUELYN BUNDY BRYAN CARROLL .. MARILYN CARTER . NEIL CHANCE ,... JACK CI-IANG ..... KAY CHEUVRONT . Fifth Row: SALLY CI-IMITLIN .. GLORIA CLARK PATRICIA COFFEE . ...RL 6, Box 352, Anderson, IndIana .22II Jennngs, Sioux CIIy, Iowa .......................AI'Ian+Ic, Pa. .I9I2 Woodrow Ave., Waycross, Ga. . I780 Hough S+., FI, Mvers, FIa. 2, Maruon, Ind. ,. .RL 2, Box 466, EIIzabeII1 CIW, PLC. 3IO3 E. FranLIIn, Mmneapalis 6, MInn. ...2363 lndIanoIa, CoIumbLrs 2, OI1Io ...M503 S. CoIIege Ave., SaIem, III. .............,...I-Iong Kor1g,CI1ina .. .... 2302 7II1 Ave., Parkersburq, W. Va. I, Rawson, OIwIo ,..I4I6 W. PopIar Terrace, York, Pa. ....,...RI, 4, Box 20, VaIdosIa, Ga. MARTI-IA JANE COLVIN ........., 32I0 I-ILIberI Ave., Erianqer, Ky. EMILY COLBATH ............. .. .3I49 Sfewarr Ave., I-IapevIIIe, Ga. DAVID COLLINS ..., 2007 Somersef SI., W, I-IyaIIsvIIIe, Md. Firsf Row: ALIS CONE ................,... 38II CedardaIe Rd., BaI+imore, Md, REYNOILD CONN-ETT U74-O8 Van Noy SI., FI. George G. Meade, Md. ALCIE COOPER ....,............... 3848 BerIcey Dr., Macon, Ga. DAVID CORNWELL ........ I42O CoIIeqe Aye., BarboursvIIIe, W,Va. RONALD CORNWELL ....................... RI.4.MarsI1aII, MIQIW. SHIRLEY CRITCHLOW .................. RI. 2, HarrisvIIIe, Pa. Second Row: PAYE CRUISE .............. ..,RI, 2, Box 604, EIizabeII1CIIy,N.C. BONITA GRUBER DODDS ....................., Box 4, Kennard, Pa. JOHN DUVALL .......... ,... 8 20 Haddon Ave., Camden 3, N.J. CAROL ERNY ...,..... ...., 6 25 E. ISI, NaIionaI CIIy, CaIiI. JULIETA ESTRADA .... .....,.....,.. S an Jose, Coda Rica MARTHA EWAN .... .... 6 IO S. GayIord, Denver, CoIo. Third Row: MARTHA FABER ........... RI. 3, ConnersvIIIe, Ind. DAVID FLORY ........ ......... 2 60 N.E. IIIIII SI., Miami, Fla. KENNETH FRASER .... ..... 4 O4I GrIzeIIa SI., Piffsburqn I4, Pa. MARTHA FRUTH ....... ............ R I, 2, Box 42, Carey, OI1Io ELLEN WHITE FULLER ................... RI. 5, Paris, Ky. RICHARD GARVIN .................... 225 IOIII Sf., Ashland, Ky. JUNIOR CLASS Fouri-I1 Row: KENNETH GENTRY .........,., .,.. R I. I, KenneII Square, Pa. SANDRA CALLAND GENTRY ..,.,.. RI. I, KenneII' Square, Pa. MARJORIE GRIMES ..................,..... Box IO8, VersaiIIes Ky. JOHN HAMPTON ...... The Dunes HoIeI, Box 63, Virqinia Beach, Va. SUSAN HANDY ........ 7708 CoIqaIe Ave., CIeveIand, Ohio JEAN HARVEY ... .......I4I5 TeaII Ave., Syracuse 6, N.Y. FIHI1 Row: EVANGELINE HATTORI ......... .....,.........,., H yoqo, Japan MORRIS HAWKINS .......,.... 903 Brenfwood Ave., LouIsvIIIe, Ky. CAROLE HENDERSON .... I9 Rubria Ave., WarrinqIon, Pensacola, FIa. RONALD HINER ..,... ........ 9 ZI8 ReeIJIes Rd., AIIIson Park, Pa. SARAH HINKLE ..,.. .......,..,,..,, C oIIeqe SI., Dayfon, Va. JOHN HOFFMAN ................................. Pigeon, Micn Firsi' Row: IRENE HOGAN .. . . . .... ........ M onlerville, W. Va. ..,,. .2897 Sydney SI., Jaclcsonville, Fla. MARY HOLZ ,......, DONALD HOWARD ..,. .,.. 3 I4 Fairlane Dr., Crawfordsville, Ind. GENE HUDGINS SANDRA HULL ,,.., .. I42O Parlcer Ave., Porlsmcufh, Va. .42 Marqarel S+., Johnson Cily, N.Y. KEN HUTCHERSON . ..... 6I6 Walaga Dr., Louisville, Ky. Second Row! THOMAS JENNINGS . . .IO6 Brinlcley Dr.. High Poinl, N.C. LOU ANN JONES . .. .,.207 22nd SI., Middlesboro, Ky. REBECCA KIBBEY ... ... .. ......, W. 7+h, Mallhews, Incl. MARLENE KING .... .. ..,463I Sylvan Dr., Daylon, Ohio RICHARD KRAUS PAUL LANE .. .. .32I W. Cleveland Ave., Vinlon, Mich. . .... IO2 Pleasanl View, Wilrnore, Ky, JUNIOR CLASS Third Row: LOWELL LANGEEELD ... .... RI, 5, Cynfhiana, Ky. LARRY LEE ...... .. . .... 4 Eleel' Rd., Warringlon, Fla. ALICE LEVERING . . ,..... R+. 2, Eredericldown, Ohio JANE LEWIS ...... ...4IO4 Usher Ave., Alexandria, Va. MARGARET LEWIS .9 I2 Thomas SI., Parkersburg, W. Va. STANLEY LEWIS . ,. .. . ...Minneola, Kanzas Fourfh Row: HOWARD LINDER . ..I56 Parkway, Cincinnali I6, Ohio RUTH LINNEMAN . .. .... ........ B ox 83, Parrish, Fla. EDWARD LINVILLE .RL I, Lincoln Hall Rd., Elizabelh, Pa. KATHRYN LLOYD ...,,............. Sun Valley, Idaho MARJORIE LLOYD . . ..3OO Twelffh SI. S., Briganfine, N.J. MARTHA LLOYD M300 Twelllh SI. S., Briganline, N.J. Fifth Row: VALENE LOFTIS . . . .l6OI N, Klein, Oklahoma Cily, Olcla, NEAL LONG .. .. , ..... . .RL 5, Shelbyville, Ky. EVANGELINE LOVEGROVE .... 602 Sherwood Rd. N.E., Allanla 9, Ga. JUDITH LUECHTEEELD .. ......,............. Box 267, Benlon, III. ROSE MQCALLUM ..... ......., 5697 Harris Rd., Jeddo, Mich. MARY MARTHA 'MCCOLLOUGH HII33 Wilson Ave., Sleulaenville, O. Firs+ Row: DONALD MCDOUOALL .. SHIRLEY MARION ,.... JOHN MARTIN .,...... ,. KAY MARX .....,.............. MARY CAROL MIDDLETON JAMES MITCHELL ..,..... Second Row: ANN MUDD ,........., NORMAN MURDOCH . . BETTY NEAL ....,,...,.. ROBERT NULF ,....... PHYLLIS OOILVIE TOM OH ......... Third Row: NANCY PANKUCH CHAN6 JIN PARK .... SUZANNE PEABODY .... DELIA PENA ...,..... CLYDE A. PHILLIPS .... .. JAY PHILLIPS .,..,,..,... I49IO Philomene, Allen Parir, Mich. RI: 2, Pinnacle, N.C. ,,Two Ridge Rd., SIeubenviIIe, Ohio H209 Avacado C+., Fori Myers, FIa. I, Sadieville, Ky. ., Box 484, Copperhiil, Terin. ....I9I9 Grove S+., Sarasofa, Fia. H2204 IIIh Ave., AIIoona, Pa. .,....Box I42, Rockwood, Tenn. ..,............,.BrocI:porI,Pa, . IRI Brehl Ave., Cohimbus, Ohio ........,.SeouI, Korea ..I7LJII Puriias, CIeveIarid, Ohio .......,...........SeouI, Korea ..,,,...,..Ri. 2, Bainbridge, Ohio .I43 N. San Gabriel, Azusa, Calif. . . .Brown SI., Porf Norris, N.J. ...,, .725 Granf SL, Camden, N.J. JUNIOR CLASS Fourfh Row: JOSEPH PITTS .... JAMES POLLOCK . MARJORIE POST .. VIRGINIA PRATT . WILLIAM PRIEST DONALD PROCTOR Fiffh Row: MARIA PUERTA ... LYELL RADER ..... ELAINE RESCHKE . KATHLEEN RICE .. HELEN ROBINSON CAROLYN RYAN , . .... 203 CcIIege Si., Wilmore, Ky. ,Box I55, Kenly, N.C. Judd SI., BrisIoI, Conn. . ..,.. WiIIawdaIe Rd., Kenneff Square, Pa. Box 83, Anfhony, Fla. , . ...,. 2l707 Finlan, SI. Ciair Shores, Mich. Havana, Cuba f , fiigc A5QiigQg'Ayg.Q'NgQy York 53, iw. Ri. 3, PraI+, Kansas . 847 N. Hobori Blvd., Los Angeies 29, Caiif. ,........,......262 N. Brooks S+., Columbus, Ind. ...,., .......Box 687, 720 Lee SI., KerrviIIe, Tex. Firsi Row: LEROY SCHULTZ .... Gow Rd., AppIeIon, N.Y. JOAN SCHWENN ..., .. .,.......,... Box 235, Bruin, Pa. DONALD SCOTT .....,.,....., RI. 3, Carfhaqe, Tex. WYNELLE SCOTT ..... .... 6 O3 Oakwood Dr., Clinfon, Miss. CAROL SEELMAN ..,. .....,.. 2 29 Pine PI., Sarasofa, FIa. JANICE SHAW ..,.. .,.... 6 9 DaI+on SI., EIIiiay, Ga. Second Row: WALTER SHAW ............. ,... 3 22 Jackson SI., Minerva, Ohio MARGARET SHEPARD ...........,, 2614 l8+h Ave.. Coiumbus, Ga. MARILYN LANG SHOWALTER ..,.,... 62l Coburn, WorIand, Wyo. ROBERT SHOWALTER ,..,..,....,.... 62I Coburn, Worland, Wyo. JANE SMITH ,,....,......... XI8 Cresfwood Ave., Wadsworth, Ohio LYNN ARDEN SMITH ...,,, 20257 Lorain Rd., Fairview Park 26, Ohio JUNIOR CLASS Third Row: LAWRENCE SNEAD ..... .... 4 I76 Bancrofi' Circie, Tucker, Ga. MARY CAROL SNEAD .... ................. B ox 4I I, Tucker, Ga. MARY SPEAKMAN ............. ......,...,.., R I, 6, Decaiur, Ind. DONALD STALEY ..... ..... 4 6I8 Maplecresi' Ave.. Parma 34. Ohio MARILYN STANGER ...,,..,., 4l7 Hughes Ave., Wilmore, Ky. PAULINE STEPHENS .... I724 Gihon Rd., Parkersburg, W.Va. Fourih Row: PETER STINE ..........,....,. .... I II S. Siare, Newaygo, Mich. CLARICE SWARTZENDRUBER ...,...........,. ParneII, Iowa BILL SWATHWOOD .. BRYCE SWILER ......, KEIICHI TAKEDA ,,.. MARY TALKINGTON . Fiffh Row: MARILYN R. TARRANT DONALD TATE ..,.,........ CAROL TAYLOR ..,.. SADIE BELLE TETIRICK EVAN THOMAS ....., GARY THORESEN .... ......4I9 Laihrop, Lansing, Mich. ..,..... . , .305 MiII, Marion, Mich. .. .................,.. Kobe, Japan .RL I, Box IISI-A, Miami 44, FIG. .......I75 S. Main. Elkion, Mich. ..........,424 S. I4'fh SI., Herrin, III. Box I63, 46I5 Wesiern Rd., Eiinf, Mich. ... . . . . . .. .. .312 Kinney SI., BeIIevue, Ohio ... . . . . . . .332 Highiand Ave., New Casfle, Pa. IOI6 E. 6Ih Ave., Sauif SI., Marie, Mich. Firsl Row: JAMES UPSON ...... MARVIN VALADE .... JAMES WALKER ..... MARYLIN WALLER DORIS WASHABAUG-H MAMIE WEAVER ..... Second Row: RICHARD WEBB RONALD WEBB .... JUDITH WELLER .. PAUL WEST .....,. HOPE WHITE ....... MARGARET WHITE .. . .l49I Old Kings Rd., Holly Hill, Fla. J U N N 0 R ,25835 Hollmeyer, Roseville, Mich. .....3I2 E. Elm S+., Wauseon, Ohio Third ROW? ....Box 88, RI. I, Ml. Carmel, Ill. LINDA WIGGINS ... ....3O Wood Ave., Jackson, Ohio ROBERT WILEY ,,,, .RL I, Box 3I2, Caslleberry, Ala. DIANE WILLIAMS .... LARRY WINGATE .... FRANK WOOTEN . . ....34I7 Sherwood Ave., Columbus, Ga. .......34I7 Sherwood Ave., Columbus, Ga. FOUVII' ROW: 5523 New Lalhrop Rd., Durand, Mich. JOSEPH YON6 .. .......................,..CliIl:ord, Ind. RUTH YOST ......,.8I6 Washinqfon, Palmyra, N.J. DONALD YOUNG ..,. I2l McKinley Ave., Liberlyvillehlll. IVAN ZABILKA .................. . CLASS ...6I5 Emma S+., Anderson, S.C. ..,..32I Bellevue, Wilmore, Ky. .I44 Ridley Circle, Decalur, Ga. I437 Gage Rd., Toledo l2, Ohio ................Coalgood, Ky. ... . . . . . . . . .Singaporel Malaya .Box 36, Indian River Cily, Fla. ,..,.25I9 Holi S+., Ashland, Ky. ...2I4If2 N. A., Oskaloosa, Iowa I 77 FRESHMAN Firsi Row: JESSIE BRUCE .. WILLIAM DEI-IN ..., .... ... 2323 SIweIbv SI. REBECCA DORSEY ..., BARBARA GARDNER .. Second Row: LARPY GARDNER RT. 2 RICHARD I-IATFIELD ..,., . . .. . . JEAN LENTNER ,.,....,......,.. .. 70I5 Duce Rd, WALLACE MURPHREE ..,.......,.,A..... RI. 2 Third Row: BETTY PEACE .. LINDA PROUDFOOT ., .. PIaIns Rd. BARBARA SAVAGE .,............,., II3 Summit SI. ARLENE SCHRAMM . ,... .. .....,....., I39B Cleavaire Rd. Fcurih Row: NORMAN EDGAR TALBOTI RI, I SOPHOMORES HON CHUIN BON ....,. . .... .. ...,,. DONALD BRUCE . ..,....,............... ,. IO5 Kenfucky Ave, RICHARD GANTZ ., . ................ .. . Berf Groff Rd. Fif+h Row: GLEN POWELL .. . ,......., ..,...... . .. 2609 Maplewood Ave. DAVID SMITH ....,. .... . 54 CoIumbus Ave. JUNIORS PATTERSON JONES ,.............,... ,.... . . 2205 O'Connor SI. THOMAS MCARTHY ...,.....,.....,........ 2753 Kensingfon E. Six+I'1 Row: GLENN MCGUIRE ,,.. .......,..,.. . . RI. I ROBERT NICHOLSON ...,......,,...,,,.,,. RI. 3, Box 606 ARLINE STANDLEY IMrs.I . .,..,.......,...,,. . AmerIcan Cor'suIafe SENIORS EARL DONALDSON .,.,.,...,.....,....... IB70 I'IarIS MIII Rd. Seven+h Row: DAVID I-IOUCK . ,.,.,.,,.,.... 65 Jenkins Rd. PAUL MORTON .... ,... ........ ...,.,.,..... 708 WesImore'and Dr. WINT ..EIIIIav! Ga. New AIbary, Ind. ....SIweIbyviIIe, Ky. ....BeIIxIeI1em Kv. ..PIea5urevIIIe, Kv. , .... WaIIonA Kv. ,...,,..YaIe, Mich, ....Wedowee, Ala .....SIra7, Ky. .MenIor, Ohh .French LICR1 Ind. CIeveIand I0, OHIO . .SDICBIGDCII Ind. .DiaIrarI1, Indonesia ..........CorbIn, Ky. ..Mor.roeviIIe, NJ. ..SprIr1gfieIdA Obfo ....DeIawarc, Ohfo ...,..,MobIIe, Ala. ........CoIumbus, OITO ....WesIporI, Ind. . ........ ArcadIa. FIG. .PorIo AIeqre, Brazil ....CI'wambIee, Ga. ...BurnI I-IIIIS, N.Y .,CIwarIesI'on, Vv'.Va ER U TER AR TIST SERIES WhiTTemore and Lowe. Duo-PianisTs . . . delighTed The audience wiTh Their classical, romanTic and conTemporary musical selec- Tions . . appealed To The lisTeners Through Their in- formal manner OT presenTaTion . . . enriched The musical appreciahon OT all who aTTended The perTormance. we el? , A Z I H' Q ' 6 3 St ' ' ' M 2 1 lb 1 ia? L he iv Former Glee Club member, Dave Blackburn is currenlly singing wi+l'1+l1e choir. HAROLD HEDGPETH Comme' WESTMINSTER CHOIR . . composed of lorly slcilled voices . . conduclecl by a Weslminsler graduale and former clwoir member, l-larolcl l-ledgpellm . . concerlized llwrouglwoul flue worlcl, appearing willw leading orclweslras . . commended on llmeir versalile programs ol wlcle appeal 80 Quan. Glee Club members "mixed and me+" wiih clwoir members and flweir dales af dinner in Hue grill before +l1e program. X ,fuse L The recepfion in fhe library whisked quesfs info a land of dreams. Angel hair and candles grace-noled every lable- for 'those who cared fo looll al decoralions. ii' g V- X if M?5b.fY,i" ilgf ' me Q 1 422 f 3 it if , ' ,g ."' 'rl fi 1 DR. ROLLAND RICE MRS. NANOO KILBOURNE MISSIONARY CCNFERENCE Challenge . . . . lo go by love compelled . . . fo give willw open nearfs . . . . fo pray forllweimpossible Concern . . . . lorlosl lwurnanily . . . lor surrendered laborers Consecralion . . . . for an expanding World vision Q . . . of sell . . ol Jralenls . . of life einem? r be lg zllli llllllglllllmfr 82 I CHEERLEADERS FRESHMAN Leif +o righr: Brenda Ledbeffer, Caroline Johnson, Diane Bish, Oscar Brown, Kuri Jarvis, Becky Elodgefl, Linda Edmisfon, Linda Lee. SOPHOMORES Shirley Valade, Mary Lu Townley, Sally Sadowslri, Kafhy Hodgson, Ramona Cochran, Rebecca Wood, JUNIORS Barbara Alley, Kay Cheuvronf, Lynn Arden Smirh, Sandy Hull, Mary Carol Snead. ALL-STAR BASKETBALL Chosen as The cream ol rhe crop from each of rhe four reams, lhe Campus All-Sfars clash wilh an equally well-qual- Ilied Alumni in rhe highlighl of rhe Homecoming Weelcend. These boys conlinue rhroughour The season lo lead Their in- dividual reams and lo prove Themselves as real baslcelball players. Las? row. lefl' fo righf: Dale Srephens, Explorers: Amon Tinnell, High- landers: Ken Huicherson, Pioneers: Larry Clemans, Exporersg Harry Sfonebaclr, Marinersp Harry Livesay, Explorers: Dave Germaine, High- landers. Firsf row: Gary Herndon, Highlandersi Ken Fraser, Pioneers: Jerry Bock, Explorers, Graham Abboff, Highlanders: Don Scoff, Pioneers' Doug Higley, Mariners. SENIORS Rachel Hodges, Doroihy Haclrer, Marjorie Erny, Marilyn Theobald, Parsy Palsy Mason, Juanira Cochran. DON McKENNY HARRY STONEBACK GARY MILLER Lexinglon, Kenlucky Camden, New Jersey LOHdOI'1. OIWIO Forward Cenler Guard A .- ll ' 1-Q Q Af: " It ,Q . Q1-.4949 FRANK VANLANDINGHAM Flomafon, Alabama Guard mar, T' n A I W ,wgagg I at SMI his M ., aa: Biff? JIM TURRENTINE Corbin, Kenfucky G u a r d - I 1? yell I x. nf DON HIGLEY Bufler, Indiana Guard ii Spit Q' QL WAI LACE MURPHREE JERRY WILLIAMS DALE JOHNSON Wedowee, Alabama Equalily, Illinois Wachula, Florida Forward Guard Guard RODNEY ARTHUR WILFRED DUTT ELMER SNODGRASS Lima, Ohio Marion, Ohio Wilmore, Kentucky Forward Forward Forward M 3 JEL I 1 an 1 wyf MN .si x fffw sv . :..:.:,:. , .NEMA igkw R5 A Q 4' 'kim ww E232 WWW 4 Q ff tw 5A ,M 1. '55 51? - H, wav em 2 f 'S 9 '42 5 we j'-' 2 W, , . gg We . X 'Jil 9 'U' gawk, .HE ,W aw' 2Kf""'Whf uw af , gi.: h,., of., 'ZA' avi , gm EQQWEFB K 32235, 71 ei. in Q :Regex .aaa Um MN. ,. -wlbff 'I2',if?Qw.yM. mizzsxzxjsrf misses: ,gm wa ff sf wg gsm? LEE? - .A,. 522222222 0 gras.,-af wwlw JOE LINEMAN Deiroit, Michigan Forward 4, -q I ALLEN HOLMES Ccnnersvillel Indiana .Y Forward 'A .. ,Q - I I 1 LARRY CLEM ENS Lima, Ohfo Cenfer J ERRY BOCK Dayton, Ohio Guard of? Q ,ri IP' RICHARD STRUBHAR Esfherville, Iowa Forward W? 4 ad igpiiilf 33 5,162 B I .:.a .,,..s Mi V Q ,L if-Ji an 4 Y , ai I Smf QS' in ag? f ao. HARRY LIVESAY Benfon, Illinois Forward ,. ,M M. 4? 'Wa BOB BLACKBURN PHIL BUMPUS PCIFIYGYSIDUVQ. Weif VIFQIUIG Clarksville Tennessee Cenier Cenfer JACK TAYLOR DALE STEPHENS Pensacola, Florida Roanoke 1nd,ana Guard Guard "" -""El"H'N "'f ww W Q ' -f E ri II NEAL LONG DON PROCTOR JAY PHILLIPS Shelbyville, Kenfucky Str Clair Shores, Michigan Camden, New Jersey Forward Forward Forward mf 2:63 will or ,, ,grfiilriif 5:5155 Q :b ,ilk If .1155 15 .E V ,J H, j fs A . TODD BASSETT RICHARD KRAUS RON HINER Binghamlon, New York Vinlon, Virginia Pilfsburgh, Pennsylvania Forward Cenfer CGHIBI' iw 5 KEN HUTCHERSON Louisville, Kenlucky Cenler KEN FRASER Pillsburgh, Pennsylvania Guard ' Mag. 'WN A l X SA, , mm 5 'WQIRNW DON YOUNG Ashland, Kentucky Guard KEN GENTRY Kenner? Square. Pennsylvania Guard do mf' 'X Q' 'I' . W if' x A w, N MIKE RENCH Muncie, Indiana Guard BRYCE SWILER Marion, Michigan Guard . -:A an IQ' I asm K 'ar Av 331:55 Ii I .15 if 5-Q. jfj: 2 , rim y i T .. ,I-2,2 ' I,. . I-"'s'I'f':?i:Ifi'i:'. - - I .M H' HH ' -fwiwawez N ., he f . ,L ww W 5 ,,.Mw, an Ng f.. , .X .. 5 Y aw UQ 4 Zfgltirfim fl ffl, I "MV'i"I Fi f i? 5,12 51" fig 1 if ,gm . f, 24 Q. if 41 Z3 3 .5555 . A f I , 0 ....A.,,. ,A.. , W 35, Y-.af 2 if Q w .:f:22f. .-' - ' 1: 'R .1 B gf! tl. ., ghdwr , s:a., ,.,: '21- Q ' .... : f .' .51 . ..., N, Q Y wr N , bw K MITCH MURROW High Ro nf, Norih Carolina Forward f if aww M, Y qua, i i' Egg? W Iif2i5i2ifr-MWA M :rf 5111: ZZETJZ3 -::"::' .:E :- 1, fzfzi 'za X Ziilicif' ff zivsimesgzg: Q . , My may v,,m.a, wa, ...Hu 4 ,nm DAVE GERMAINE Aflanfa, Georgia six? 'S 5 559 2 Q ia U , .N WE'5qimS,w 2 A 5 71 ?.Ti'f3'Zi 17,2 as S: I. ' 1 fi Q22 f ? Q gli Ei Forward ,Q l ffmfifi 'L ir-will Y iighmp E 3 ' Sf GRAHAM ABBOTT Bedford, Kenfucky Cenrer GARY HERNDON Norrh Plarfe, Nebraska G u a rd H W' 1:21 W :' 5525 nr if 'fm . . FW ,pw AMOS TINNELL GENE MILLER Highland Springs, Virginia Rushville, Indiana Forward Forward GILBERT CROUSE JIM MCGUIRE Wilmore, Kenfucky Sfanford, Kenfucky Cenfer Cenfer I ,QF M A "fff5IQ,.f ' I VERNON NOSSETT DAVE GREEN Grandview, Indiana Philadelphia. Pennsylvanna Guard Guard GARY DELESTINE DON TURMAN Cecil, Pennsylvania Morresville, Norfh Carolina Guard Guard '1-W ,Xe xx' lr., 'affix f"+' - 14,15 I .f.I'V'w, ,t 1.43255 !ri.p,' rm 4'-nn ,pg 512: Mr 'xx .Q-P x""f'.xs ' x ffxx X ' fl? 1- ' 'T m' 5-5 K Lx 1,1 ,! 4' , Q' wi' QV.: A, 1, 8, M If 'ttf' ,ea ' A , B Qi I I'T4".'!i.'4I.1I.' :P fa e 1 ff .x F 5, ni, Wm ,wh M 'NN mama 2 J' :Q 4 S kk V Q iz Back row, leff fo right Sharon Thompson, Lellie Langford, Rufh Ann MarrioH, Amanda Russell, Lois Dailey, Zandra Huey, Charlene Wells. Fron+ row: Ru+h Shorf, Joan Fuller, Kafhy James, Marianne Vaughn, Carol Dixon, Carole Mori. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL The sporls scene al Asbury is noi allogelher a mans world. Girls baslcelball is becoming more popular all ol lhe lime and lhis year was no exceplion. Wirh an unusually line freshman who won lO games in a row including The Alle Slar game and 'rhe olher reams prelly well maiched, The girls baslqelball race was an in- leresling one ro walch. SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL Baci: row, leff +o righi: Doris Dudley, Linda McElwain, Donna Morier, Shirley Preszler, Darrilyn Dandurancl, Myrna Franlrlin. Froni row: Arlene Hanson, Brenda Feebaclr, Rufh Massey, Carol Eas+erday, Judy Thompson. RI in l B Fri 5 1 X , BB ,3 49 i if f" iv E ,4E E3 38 3 W-I-spf' 10-ef l s. L f ,6 A 44 l 3 S ,. .AF i ii - , X S. 182 wk? L. if 5 , ii, , ,, is 2 Vi r, .:,,,',':-v. 5 E ztps :E E:, . vzv ,lll I - 1 , L 34 5 Noi all The sporrs scene af Asbury is dom- inaled by males. Baslcerball is one of rhe sporls in which girls show inreresi and slcill in playing. The Jralenl of fhe newly arrived freshmen caused rhe girls league io be a righr race all The way. Specialors walched as fhe ieams execulrecl plays fhar resulred in exciring baslcer- ball. Back row: leff fo right Shirley Marion, Maxine Balsiad, Virginia PraH, Rebecca Branfley. Fron+ row: Sylvia Bowman, Marlene King, Sandra Genfry, Hope Whi+e, Alice Levering. JUNIOR BASKETBALL SENIOR BASKETBALL Back row, Ief+ io right Lillian Henry, Rachel Brighf, Mary Frances Finch, Marcia Wood, DoHy Hacker. Froni row: Dolly Cowan, Jan Malloy, Gerri Lawless, Joyce Redwine. a Y x v Frlendshups sparkle It's hard to go inside-to study or work fm., X N11 ' A W U , 'Y-W" f ' -' f . Q- 1. A f fr. 3 " V x' X4 v K ,ri ,iq A wi V 36x fx, A , 4 V unless there's a reason Strange, how the pastures of the soul Grow greener when Spring starts heralds The sea The arrival of spring is announced by a refresh- ing brealh oi wind . . . lhe lwillering of robins in The lreelops . . . The lhrilling sighl of a new green planl peeping from The surface ol lhe soil. No longer an undeveloped seed now, The planl will soon be lull-grown. A cap and gown . . . organ slrains of The Pro- cessional . . . a hand lighlly clasped aboul a coveled diploma-lhese mark lhe "spring" ol The sludemus life. The knowledge he has gained is signified by The memorable occasion of his Com- mencemenl. Bul even more imporlanl, his capac- ily for love is represenled by his Chrisl-like life. The lulure is ahead . . .The doors are open . . . beckoning. The sludenl. now a malure individual .. .en'rers... Intimate conversations After 10:00 it's come as you are and bring what you have, so ff a W, . We if . A A K ,A A3323 ' ,W 3, we ' ,R 5 Vg .. ,QM 'find .. ,. X, - Q 5 no mesa 0 sw ,. 0 is . ,Q AM k it gi K M S3522 are rarely ended by 6:15. which isn't too much after that last registration. Practice is tiring ,,.,-1 .arf but achievements are rewarded. K 'QQ ,max , is ,,,,g.'s-.. Conversations never Iag- even when studies drag, and it's nicer to be outside. e ff' aff lf' ,- X, h 5: A is A retrospective glance helps explain P R I N G why time passes quickly. GERRIE LAWLESS seleclecl by her class as Miss Highlander chosen by lhe yearbook sfall as Miss Asburian Characlerized by The genuf ine, loving spiril Asbury seeks +o encourage cledicaled fo lhe supreme purpose of uplifling Chrisl in all lhings MISS ASBURI N FOR 1960 RUNNERS-UP JENEVERETTE BUTLER Sophomore CAROLYN RYAN Junior JANICE BENHAM Freshman ROBERT WILEY Devofion . . . Juniorg Presidenl Junior Classy Biology and Chemislry RUTH ANN WASHABAUGH JUANlTA COCHRAN Capabilify . . . Enfhusiasm . . . Senior: Chaplain Senior Class: Seniorg V.-Pres. Senior Classy Elemenlary Elemenfary ART LINDSAY Aspiralion . . . Senior: Presiclenl of Senior Class: Philosophy and Religion BRENT BU RGOYNE Dependabilily . . . Seniorg Presidenf FMFQ Biology RACHEL BRIGHT Efficiency . . . .- res. u en o 1 WHO'S WHO isa: IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Oulrslrandinq ...in llie eyes of admiring sluclenis and proud lacully members . . as leaders, scholars, cilizens . . wiilw a will io serve ancl a wholesome, Chrisr-cenierecl per- sonalily lo back Jrlial service wiili love . . Jrliese nine Asburians represeni Jrlweir scliool as members of "Wl1o's Wlwo in American Colleges and Universiriesf' TOM GABRIELSEN BUDDY GAINES Versafilify . . . Consfancy . . . Senior? Pfeiidenf of band: l"li5l0fY Senior: Presideni' of Sfucleni' Body Philosophy and Religion LOIS MERWIN lnfegrify . . . Senior: Edifor PARECHOg Biology 1960 CABINET ARTHUR LINDSAY .rr.mT,mf .TUANTTA cecnrzfrn , ,V.vTfLf,ePrQmdQrf ermrnr LAWLESS rr . . SerrcTnry JOYCE WEST FRED QOQLEY Tr I T.eCd,Ufeff ART UNDSAY RUTH ANN WASHABAUGH, FRANK EDWARDS ., ..Chap'eTm JO BELLE MASTERS, GORDON BINGHAM ,,.. ST..donI'FacnIIy MARY FRANCES EINCH .., .., Asbury STndenT Eowndahon DON TURMAN , . Asbury STLTdenT Ecundahen JOYCE REDWINE, TOM SNYDER . . ATnIeTic Managers RACHEL HODOES, JACK MCCULLOUOH ,Freshman Sponsor JUANITA COCHRAN He ThaT dweIIeTh In The secreT pIace oT The mOsT High 3heiT abide under The shadow of The AImIqhTy, I WIII say OT The Lord, He is my remfuqe and my TOrTreSsl my g Wherever I wander, wherever I rove, The hrlls OT ' ' 'I , . God In I-Mm W' I I WSI The I-Inghlands Torever I Iove. -Psahns 9I:I,Z --RoberT Burns S E N I 0 R C A B I N E SeaIed Ieff To righfz Jo Belle Masfers, Gordon Bingham, Don Turman, Mary Francis Finch. Second row: Fred Cooley, Joyce Wesf, Frank Edwards, Ann Washabaugh, Jerry Lawless, Joyce Redwine, Tom Snyder, Rachel Hodges, Jack McCoIIough. T Ru? a+a day fh s almosf like H C L E A 1960 is Firsf Row: GRAHAM ABBOTT, Missionary: Main Sf., Bedford, Ky, Maior: Hisfory: Minisferial, 2, 3, 4: Sporfs, I, 2. 3. 4: Transfer: Lindsey Wilson Jr. College. JOYCE ELAINE ADAMS. Ccllege Teacher: Box I32, Rf. I, Tavares, Fla. Maior: English: English, 3, 4, Vice-Presidenf 4: A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4: Ivlusic Club, I, 2, 3, 4: W.A.A., I, 2, Social and Publicify Chairman 2: F.M.F., 4: Chorale, I: Chorus, I, 2, 3, 4, Messiah Solisf 3, Chrislmas Oraforio 4, Band, I, 2, 3: "Parecho" Sfaff, Associafe Edifor, 4: Sperfs, I, 2, 3, 4. VERNETTE ADKINSON, I24 N. Orange Ave., Arcadia, Fla. JOSEPH ALLEY, Evangelisf: 33 Chapel View Cf., Wilrnore, Ky. Maier: Philosophy and Religion: Minisferial, I. 2, 3, 4: Class President I: Sfudenf Faculfy, 2: Soffball, I, 2, 3, 4: Soccer, I, 2, 3, 4. Second Row: CAROL RIDALL ANDERSON, Medical Missionary: Rf. 2, Shippensburg, Pa, Maier: Horne Economics: Home Ec. Club, 2, 3: Transfer: Roberfs Wesleyan College. MARVIN E. ANDERSON, 2920 Oak Sf., Vicksburg, Miss. Maior: Speech: Minisferial, 2, 3: Band, 2, 3: Transfer: Mississippi Soufhern College. WILLIAM ANDERSON, RI.1i,SI1ippensburg, Pa. AMPARO ARIAS, Teacher: Sfa. Couz del Noofe, Habana, Cuba: Maier: Elemenfary Educa- fion: A,W.S., I, 2, 3, 4: Library, I, 2, 3, 4: S.N.E.A., 4: Spanish Club, I, 2, 3, 4: F.M.F., I, 2, 4: Chorus, 2 ,4: Easrer Pageant 2, 4. Third Row: LINDA ARNOLD, Missionary, Evangelist Teacher: 6IO Norfh Firsf Sf., Dennison, Ohio: Maier: Music Educafion: A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4: S.N.E.A., 4: G.C.S.L., I, 2, 3: F.M.F., 4: Chorus, I, 2, 3, 4. ROGER ASHLEY, Minisfer: 430 E, Main, Sparfa, III. Maier: Philosophy and Religion: Minisferial, I, 2, 3, 4: Easfer Pageant I: Sporfs, I, 2, 3, 4. MAURICE E. BAILEY, Minisfer: R.F,D. I, Ludingfon, Mich. Maier: Hisfory: l.R.C., I: Minisferial, I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus, I: Easfer Pageant 3. JUDY BARCROFT, Evangelisfic Missionary: Rf. 2, Lawrenceville, III. Maier: Chrisfian Educafion: A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4: C.E.A., 2, 3, 4, ViceePresidenf 3, Presidenf 4: Library, 2: G.C.S.L., I, 2, 3, 4: F.M.F., I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus, I, 2: Easfer Pageant 4: Saflball, 3. Fourfh Row: THOMAS A. BEACH, Evangelist Missionary: I-Iamlin, Kan. Maier: Philosophy and Religion: Minisferial, 2, 3, 4: F.M.F., 2, 3, 4: Chorus, 2, 4: Easfer Pageant 2, 4: Transfer: Kansas Sfafe College. EDWARD BECK, Missionary Evangelisf: I28II Woodside Ave., Cleveland 8. Ohio. Maier: Hisfory: Minisferial, I, 2, 3, 4: Sfudenf Pasfor: F,M.F., 2, 3, 4: Chorus, 2. JIM BECKLEY, Minisfer: 829 Wheeling Ave., Muncie, Ind. Maier: Hisfory: Music, I, 2, 3, 4: Minisferial, 2, 3: Chorus, I: Band, I. 2. CAROL BEEKER, Teacher: 2880 Kochville Rd., Saginaw, Mich, Maier: Elemenfary Educafion: A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4: F.M.F., I: Chorus, 3: "Collegian" Sfaff, 2: S.N.E.A., I, 2, 3: ASBURIAN Sfaff, 3: I,R.C., 3. Fiffh Row: CAROLYN BENSON, Teacher: 3622 Brush Hill, Nashville 6, Tenn. Maior: French: A.W.S., I, 2, 4: l.R.C., I: Music, I: F.M.F., 4: French, 4: Chorus, I, 4, BILL BERRY, Minisfer: IOO5 Magnolia Dr., Augusfa, Ga. Maier: Chrisfian Educafion: C.E.A., 3, 4: Minisferial, I, 2, 3, 4. FLOYD B'HYMER, Minisfer: 550 Columbia Ave., Lexingfen, Ky, Maior: Chrisfian Educafion: Minisferial, I: Band, 2. GORDON BINGHAM. Salvalien Arrny Officer: 6326 Marchand Sf., Piffsburgh 6, Pa Maior: Psychology: S.A.S.F., I. 2, 3, 4, Chaplin 3, Presidenf 4: Glee Club, 3, 4. Presidenf 4 Chorus. I, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, Presidenf 3: Warrior's Ouarfet 3, 4: Brass Ensemble, 2, 3, 4 Easfor Pageant I: Class Sfudenf Faculfy Rep.. 4: Junior-Senior Banquef: "Collegian" Slaff, 2 4. 107 Jack and Rachel someiimes had a hard fime geHing names and faces iogefher. THE CLASS OF 1960 Eirsl Row: , ELLEN BOGGS, Inslruclor oi Arl al K.M.B.I., IO5 Asbury Drive, Wilmore, Ky. Maior: Ari, Chorale, 2, Chorus, 2, Taughf Elem. Drawing in '59 and '60, Transfer: K.M.B.I. JOSEPI-I BOGGESS, Medical Doclor, Greenville, Ky. Maior: Pre-Med, Science Club, I, 2, 3, Baslcelball, 2, 3, 4, Soccer, 2, 3, CARLOS A. BONILLA, Medical Doclor, Calle I5, Aves. 2f6 iP24l, San Jose, Cosla Rica. Major: 'Pre-Med, Science Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presidenl 3, l.R.C., 2, 3, Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4, Soccer, Transfer, Miami Universily. MIRIAM RUTI-I BOTT, Salvalion Army Officer and Missionary, 94 Cedar Cresl, Tuscaioosa, Ala. Maior: Chrislian Educalion, A.W.S., 2, 3, 4, C.E.A., 3, 4, Vice-Presidenl 4, G.C.S.L., 2 3, 4, Officer 3, 4, E.M.E., 2, 3, 4, Olzlcer 3, Soilball, 3, 4, Transfer, Jaxsonville Slafe College. Second Row, DORIS BOWERS, Minisler's Wiie, 305 Morrison Sl. Wilmore, Ky. Maior: Chrislian Educalioni C.E.A., I,G.C.S.L., I, E.M.E., I,Chorus, I,CIass Secrelary, I. MARK BRETT, Chiropraclor, 464 W. Main, Danville, Ky. Maior: Biology, Science Club, 4, Chorus, 3, Transier: Greenville College. RACI-IEL BRIGI-IT, Missionary Teacher, Rf. 2, Findlay, Ohio, Maior, Hislory-Second Educa- lion, A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4, S.N.E.A., 3, 4, G.C.S.L., I, E.M.E., I, 2, 3, 4, Sludenl-Eacully Commiilee, I, 2, 4, Chorus, I, Sludenl Eacully, I, 2, Vice-Presidenl, 3, Sludenl Body Vice- Presideni, 4, ASBURIAN Slarlf, 3, Baslcelball, 3, 4. ROSALIE BROOKS, Teacher, IO3 N. Maple, Wilmore, Ky, Maior: English, English Club, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Presidenl 4, S.N.E.A., 4, G.C.S.L.,, I, E.M.E., 3, 4, Chorale, 2, 3, Chorus I, 2, 3, ASBURIAN Slali. 3, I-lead Secrelary, Baslcelball, 4. Third Row: RICI-IARD BUDDEN, l8I6 Union, Saginaw, Michigan. BRENTON BURGOYNE, Missionary Medical Doclor, 28 Bagdad Rd., Durham, N.l-I, Maiorz Biology, Science Club, 3, 4, Radio Club, 3, Minislerial, I, 2, 3, 4, E.M.F., I, 2, 3, 4, Presidenl' 4, Chorus, I, 2, Easler Pageani, l, 2, 3, ASBURIAN Sporls Phoiographer, 3, Soccer, l, 2, 3, 4. JOI-IN BUSBY, Salvalion Army Olrlicer, 646 E. Morningside Dr. N.E.. Allanfa, Ga. Maior: Philosophy Xi Religion, S.A.S.E., 2, 3, 4, Band, I, 2, Brass Ensemble, 2, 3 ,4, Ambassadors Ouarler, 2, "Collegian" Slahf, 2, ASBURIAN Slali, 3, Transfer, Georgia lnslilule oi Tech- nology. NINA BUTCHER, Evanngelislic vvorlc, Rl. 2, Bidwell, Ohio. Maior: Psychology, English Club, 2, A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4, Speech Club, 3, G.C.S.L., 3, E.M.E., I, Chorus, l, Ways and Means Commillee, 3. Fourfh Row: NORMA BYRD, Teaching, l226 Slone Rd., Charleslon, W. Va, Maior: I-lislory and Psychol- ogy, A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4, S.N.E.A., 4, F.M.F., 3, 4. BARBARA ANNE CALLOWAY, Missionary, 320 N. Palo Allo Ave., Panama Cily, Ela. Maior: Chrislian Educalion, English Club, 4, C.E.A., I, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club, 4, G.C.S.L., I, 2, 3, 4, Presidenl 4, E.M.E., I, 2, 3, 4, Chesl For Chris? Commilfee, 4, Easier Pageani, 3, 4, Soilball, 3. Cl-IRISTIE CARRUTH, Teaching, I34 Asbury Drive, Wilmore, Ky. Maior: Speech and Dra- malics Educalion, S.N.E.A., I, 2, 3, 4, Music, l, Speech Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presidenl' 4, Debaie Team, 4, Chorale, l, 2, 3, Chorus, I, 2. 3. ADELAIDE CASTLE, Missionary Nurse, Rl. 3, Flemingsburg, Ky. Maior: Biology, A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4, Science, 3, 4, S.N.E.A., 3, 4, Spanish Club, 4, W.A.A., 3, E.M.E., I, 2, 3, 4. Fiffh Row: DONALD E. CAVIN, Minisler, IO7 Burlon S+. Sparlanburg, S. C. Maior, Chrislian Educaiion, C.E.A., 3, 4, Minislerial, I, 2, 4, Chorus, I, Band, l,SollbalI, I. EDWARD Cl-lANDLE'R, Minisler, Box 52, Excel, Ala. Maior: Hislory, Minislerial, I, 3, 4, Sludenl Paslor, 3, 4, Transfer, Universily ol Alabama. CAROLYN CLEELAND, Missionary, 24lO Apperson Way, N., Kolcomo, Ind. Maior: Chrisfian Educalion, A.W.S., I, 2, 3 4, C.E.A., 2, 3, 4, Music Club, I, Spanish Club, I, G.C.S.L., 2, E.M.E., I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus, I, 2, Easier Pageanl, I, 2, 4. NANCY CLEMANS, Teacher, i924 Wendell Ave., Lima, Ohio. Maior: Secondary Educalion, A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4, Presidenl 4, S.N.E.A., 3, 4, G.C.S.L., I, 2, Pep Cub, 3, Chorale, 3, Chorus, I, 2, 3, 4, Vocal Ensemble, 3, 4, Junior-Senior Banquel. IO9 C L E A 1960 Firsl' Row: JUANITA COCHRAN, Salvafion Army Officer: 432 E, Pharr Rd., Decafur, Ga, Maior: Elemenfary Educalion: A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4: S.N.E.A., I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presidenf of Slafe S.N.E.A. 3, Chaplain 2: M.S.M., I, 2, 3, 4: Chorale, 3: Chorus, I, 2, 3, 4: Easler Pageanf, 3: Who's Who, 4: Class Treasurer, I: Vice-Presidenf of Class, 4: "Collegian" Slaff, I, 2: ASBURIAN Sfaff, 3: Cheerleader, 4. WILLIAM COLLINS, Missionary: 4IO Marlin Ave., Royal Oalc, Mich. Maior: Hisfory: S.N.E.A., 3, 4: Music, 4: F.M.F., 3: Bancl, 3: "Collegian" Slaff, 3, 4: Transfer: Forf Vv'ayne Bible College. FRED COOLEY, Missionary Engineer: I429 Faircresf Sf. S.E., Canlon 7, Ohio. Major: Eco- nomics and Sociology: Science Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Publicify Manager 4: Speech Club, 2: Spanish Club 2: Minisferial, I, 3, 4: F.M.F., 2: Easfer Pageanf, 3: Class Treasurer, 4: "Col- legian" Sfaff, 3, 4: ASBURIAN Sfaff, 3: "B" Baslcelball, 4. RICHARD COPREDGE, Missionary: 23 S. Carlen Sf., Mobile, Ala. Maior: English: English, I 2 Music I Spe h 3 4 Minislerial I 2 FMF I 2 u ly 3 I I I I Second Row: ec,,: ,,:...,,,3,4:AllCampsP.a,. DELORES COWAN, Missionary: 4097 W. 4990 Soufh, Sall' Lalce Cily I8, Ufah. Maior: Home Economics: Home EC. Club, 3, 4: S.N.E.A., 4: 6.C.S.L., I, 2: Hall Chaplin, 4. SARAH MURPHREE CORSON, Wedowee, Alabama. GILBERT CROUSE, Minisler: 304 Maxey Ave., Wilmore, Ky. Maior: Hisfory: Glee Club, 2, 3, 4: Chorus, 3, 4: ASBURIAN Slaff, 3: Soccer, I, 2, 3, 4: Baslcelball, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT CUNDIFF, War Creek, Ky. Third Row: RUTH DAVIS CUNDIFF, Ml: Carmel H.S., Lawson, Ky. RONALD CU RTISS, Club, 3, 4: Chorus Senior Banguef. FRANK DAWSON, of Alcron. GARY DELESTI N E. Speech Club, I, 2: Psychologisf: 821 Beclcer Sf., Hammond, Ind. Maior: Psychology: Glee 3, 4: S.A.S.F., 2, 3, 4: Band, I, 2, 3: Brass Ensemble, 2, 3, 4: Junior- Minisfer: Rf. I, Gambier, Ohio. Maier: Psychology: Transfer: Universify Docfor: Box l3l, Cecil, Pa. Maior: Pre-Med: Science Club, I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus, I, 2, 3: Easfer Pageant I, 2, 3: "Collegian" Sfaff, 2, 3: ASA BURIAN Slafi, 3: Soccer, I, 2, 3, 4: Baslcefball, 3, 4: Soffball, I, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball, I, 2, 3, 4. Fourfh Row: MARTHA DOUGHERTY, Nursing: I308 Monlana Ave., Nafrona Hgls., Pa. Maior: Psychol! ogy: A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus, I, 2: "Collegian" Sfaff, 2: ASBURIAN Slaff, 3: Baslcefball, I, 2. LARRY DRAPER, Minisfer: 7I7 McDaniel Aye., Marierva, Ohio. Maior: Speech: Speech Club, I, 2, 3, 4: Minisferial, 2, 3, 4: Chorus, 3: All Campus Play, Tech. Sfalif, 2, 3: 'lCoilegian" Slallf, I, 2, 41 ASBURIAN Slaff, 3. BETTIE DUNN, Chrislian Service: RI. 4, Versailles, Ky. Maior: Speech: A.W.S., I, 2: Library, 2, 3, 4: F.M.F., I, 2, 3, 4. FRANK EDWARDS, Minisfer: 482 N.E. 32nd Sf., Boca Rafon, Fla. Major: English: C.E.A., 2: I.R.C., 3: Speech Club, I, 2. 3, Treasurer 2: Minisferial, I, 2, 3, 4: F.M.F., 4: Easfer Pageanf, 3, 4: Class Chaplain, 4. Fif+h Row: SAM EDWARDS, 2IO N. Walnuf, Pinclcneyville, ll. Maior: Sociology: English Club, 4: Library Club, 4: Transfer: Soufhern Illinois Universily. MARJORIE HILDRETH ERNEY, Music Teacher: 900 Easf Jackson Sf., Pensacola, Fla, Maior: Music Educalion: A.W.S., I, 2, 3: S.N.E.A., 2: Music, I, 2, 3, 4: Organ Guild, 3, 4: French Club, I: Chorale, 2, 3: Chorus, I, 2, 3, 4: Who's Who, 3: Class Ollficer: V. Presidenf, 2: Sfudenf Faculfy Represenfafive, 3: "Collegian" Sfaff, I, 2, 3: ASBURIAN Sfaff, 3: Cheerleader, I, 2, 4. OTIS ESSEX, Minisfer: 208 W. Main Sf., Wilmore, Ky. Maior: English: Radio Club, Presidenf, I, 2, 3, Trusfee, I, 2, 3, 4: Sfudenf Paslor, I, 2, 3, 4, MARY FRANCES FINCH, Missionary Nurse: Oalc Sf., Jenlcins, Ky. Maior: Biology: A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4: Library, I, 3: Music Club, I: W,A.A., I, 2: F.M.F., 2, 3, 4: Chorus, I, 2, 3, 4: Class Officer, I, 4: Bakefball, 2, 3, 4: Soffball, I, 2. III Gary Herndon can siill hold up his end of Hue line, buf Ron Curfis is bagged. THE CLASS OF 1960 'WWI' Wi? mi Firsl Row: PATRICIA FISHER, Teacher: 2209 Hale Ave., Louisville IO, Kenfuclcy, Major: English: Eng- lish Club. 2, 3: A.W.S. I, 2, 3, 4: Library Club 2, 3: 5.N.E.A. 3, 4: Chorus I, 3. KENNY DREW FULLER, Missionary: RFD 5, Paris, Kenluclcy, Major: Philosophy 81 Religion: Science Club, I: I.R.C., 4: Music Club, I, 2: Minisferial, I, 2, 3, 4: F.M.F., 2, 3, 4: Glee Club, I, 2: Chorus I, 2: "Collegian" Sfaff 4, Polifical Edifor: ASBURIAN Sfaff, 3: Edifor of "Talking Yearboolru: Jr.-Sr. Banquef: Transfer: Abraham Baldwin Agriculfure Colege. TOM GABRIELSEN, Salvaiio-n Army Officer: 306 Harnpfon, Indianapolis, Indiana, Major' I-Iisfory: I.R.C., I: Minisferial, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club, 3, 4 Chaplain 3: Chorus, I: Band, 2, 3, 4- Chaplain 2, Presidenl 4: Class Officer: Sfudenf Faculfy Rep., 3: "Collegian" Sfaff, 2: ASBURIAN Sfaff, 3: Sporfs, I, 2, 3: Warriors Ouarfef, I, 2, 3, 4: Brass Ensemble Bandmasfer: Jr.-Sr. Banquef: Who's Who. EDGAR GAINE5, Minisfer: Cornell Arms Apfs. SF Colombia, Soufh Carolina, Major: Philosophy 8: Religion: Minisferial, I, 2, 3, 4: F.M.F., 4: Class Officer: Chaplain, I Class Presidenf, 3, Sfudenf Body Presidenf, 4. Second Row: JAMES GENTRY, Minisler: R.R. No. 2. Salem, Indiana, Major: Psychology: Minisferial, 2, 3, 4, Sfudenf Pasfor, 3, 4: Transfer: Purdue Universify. DAVID GERMAINE, Physical Therapy: 2232 Bel dere Ave. S.W. Aflanfa, Georgia, Major: Physical Educafion: I.R.C., I: Sporfs, I, 2, 3, 4. ff PATRICIA GLASS, Elemenfary Teacher: 4IO Lexingfon Avenue, Wilmore, Kenfuclcy, Major: Elemenfary Educafion: Chorus, 2, 3: S.N.E.A., I, 2 ,3: ASBURIAN Sfaff, 3: Jr.-Sr. Banquef: Transfer: Nyack Missionary College. ROY GLASSCOCK, Minisier: 1640 Milford, I-Iousfon, Texas, Major: Philosophy 81 Religion: Minisferial 3, 4: Chorus, 4: Transfer: Lon Morris Jr. College, Jaclcsonville, Texas. 'Qc I ' Q-IIILI-ICXLEN Third Row: MARJORIE GOFF, Missionary: Burwell, Nebraslra, Major: Music Educafion: 5.N.E.A., 3. 4: Music Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 4: F.M.F. 2, 3, 4: M.E.N.C.'E., 4: Chorale, 3: Chorus, 2, 3, 4: Chorus Soloisf, 4: Transfer: Hasfings College. PAULINE GOVIC-I-I, RI. I, Ligonier, Pennsylvania CLEO GRAHAM, Randolph, Nebraslca, Major: Chrisfian Educafion: C.E.A., 4: G.C.S.L., 2: Chorale, Chorus, 3, 4: Easfer Pageanf, 3: Transfer: Chicago Evangelisfic Insfifufe. MICHAEL GRAJCAR, Minisfer: 253 Cemefary Sfreef, Elizabefh, Pennsylvania. Major: Psychology: Minisferial I, 3, 4: Sfudenf Pasfor. Fourfh Row: CLAIR GRAY, Box 636, Keene, Ohio DAVID GREEN, Salvafion Army Officer: 2555 Germanfown Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. Major: Psychology: Glee Club 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4: Band, 4: ASBURIAN Sfaff, 3: Sporfs, 3, 4: Salva- Iion Army Sfudenl Fellowship, 3, 4: Brass Ensemble: Transfer: Connecficuf Teachers College. PHILIP GREEN, Minisfer: IO5 Travis Lane, Whifernan A.F,B., Mo, Major: English: English Club, 4: Library Club, 2, 4: I.R.C. I: Spanish Club I, 2, 3: Minisferial I, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club, 4: Chorus I, 4: Easfer Pageanf I, 3: Class Officer: A.S.F. Rep., 3: "Collegian" Sfaff, Sporls I, 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY HACKER, Teacher or Social Worker: I355O Sfahelin, Defroif 23, Michigan, Major: Physical Educafion: Easfer Pageanf, 3: Sporls I, 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader, 4: Jr,-Sr. Banquef. Fiffh Row: MICHAEL HALL, Missionary Docfor: Box 76, Lamonf, Florida, Major: Chemisfry: Science Club I, 4: Easfer Pageanl' 2, 3: Class Officer: Afhlefic Mgr., 3: Sporfs, 2, 3, 4: Tumbling Club: Secrelary-Treasurer. PAUL HAWKS, Hasfings, Michigan: Major: Hisfory: Speech Club, I: Minisferial I, 2: Sporfs. CECIL HAZEN, 20 Porfersville Rd., Ellwood Cify, Pennsylvania. JEANENE HEACOCK, Teacher: R.R. No. 3 Cardingfon, Ohio, Major: Elemenfary Educalion: A.W.S. I, 2, 3, 4: 'S.N.E.A. 3, 4, Presidenf, 4: G.C.S.L. I, 3: Chorale 2, 3, 4: Chorus I. 2, 3, 4: "Collegian" Sfaff, 2: ASBURIAN Sfaff, 3. II3 The ies? inning af Cenienary was a senfimenfal +ime of friendly chaffer, food, and family fun. THE CLASS OF 1960 Firsf Row: JOANNE HECK, Teacher: 542 Illh Sfreef, Corvallis, Oregon, Maier: Elemenfary Educafion: A.W.S. I, 2, 3, 4: Library Club 2, 3, 4: S.N.E.A. 3, 4: G.C.S.L. 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3: Class Officer: Treasurer, 2: "Collegian" Sfaff 3, 4. LILLIAN HENRY, Teacher: 3l8 Wesf Sfreef, Tampa 2, Florida, Maior: Home Economics: I-Iome Ec. Club 2, 3, 4: S.N.E.A. 4: G.C.S.L. I: Chorus I: Sporfs 2, 4: Transfer: Florida Sfafe Universify. GARY HERNDON, Salvafion Army Officer: I208 Wesf Ilfh Sfreef, Norfh Plaffe, Nebraslca, Maier: Sociology 81 Economics: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Class Officer: A.S.F. Represenfafive, 3: ASBURIAN Sfaff, Sporfs, 2, 3, 4: Warriors Ouarfef: Corner Trio: Transfer: Nebraska Sfafe Teachers College. HAROLD HESTER. Teacher: 2IO Wesf Main Sfreef, Wilmore, Kenfuclcy, Maier: Hisioryi S.N.E.A. 4: Sperfs 2, 3, 4. Second Row: HEYWARD HIERS, Minisfer: Roufe 2, Pave, Georgia, Maier: Speech: Minisferial 2, 3, 4: Speech Club 3, 4. ALBERTA HOAGLAND, Teacher: 4643 Seffle Blvd., Louisville I9, Kenfuclcy, Maier: Ele- menfary Educafion: A,W.S. I, 2, 3, 4: S.N.E.A. I, 2, 3, 4: Treasurer, 4: F.M.F., 4: Dorm Chaplain, 4: Easfer Pageanf I, 3: Chorus 2, 3, 4. RACHEL HODGES, Teacher: Knellwood Drive, Collinsville, Virginia, Maier: Elemenfary Educafion: A.W.S., Chaplain, 3: S.N.E.A. 3: G.S.C.L. I, 2, 3, Secrefary, 2 and Vicee Presidenf, 3: Chorus I: Class Officer: Freshman Sponsor: Cheerleader, 3, 4. JOSEPH HOFER. Minisfer: I4I N. Fernwood Avenue, Pifman, New Jersey, Maier: Psychol- ogy: Speech Club, I: Minisferial I, 2, 4: F.M.F. I: Easfer Pageanf 2. 3: "Collegian" Sfaff, Circulafion Mgr. 3, 4. Third Row: WAYNE I-IOTELLING, Missionary: 2I3 Clyde Ave., Falconer, N.Y. Maier: Hisfory: S.N.E.A., 2.4: I.R.C., V. Pres., 4: Spanish, 2, 4: F.M.F., I: Tumbling Team, I, 2, 4. RONALD HOUK, Minisfer: Sparfa, Michigan, Maier: Philosophy gf Religion: Chaplains Club, I. FRED HOUSEHOLDER, Medical Missionary: R.R. Ne, 2, Olney, Illinois, Maior: Pre-Med: Science Club I. 2, 3, 4: F.M.F. 2, 4: Chorus I. 2: Sperfs I, 2, 4. SHEN DAT ING, Chemisl: 4 A Cusfems Road, Nagu Chi Wan, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Maier: Chemisfry: Science Club 2, 4: I.R.C., I, 2: Transfer: Hong Kong Baplisf College. Fourfh Row: RHEA JACKSON, Music Teacher: Box 854 R.D. No. I Elizabefh, Pennsylvania, Maier: Music Educafion: S.N.E.A. 3: Music Club 3, 4: F.M.F. 3, 4: French Club 4: Chorale, 3: Chorus 3, 4: Chaplain, 4: Transfer: Malone College. ETI-IEL KEARNS, Missionary Teacher: Apf. I, I2O Noble Rd., Piffsburgh 5, Pennsvlvania, Maier: English: A.W.S, I, 2, 3, 4: English Club 3, 4: S.N.E.A. 3: I.R.C. I, 2, Officer: G.C.S.L. I. 2: F.M.F. I, 2, 4, Officer: Class Officer, Chaplain, I: "Collegian" Sfaff I, 2: ASBURIAN Sfaff, 3: Sporls, 3. PAT KELL, Teacher: l2I Asbury Drive, Wilmore, Kenfuclcy, Maier: English: English Club, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: Transfer: Oliver Nazarene College. Evmn aRisroL Kino, R+. 2, rrsniioff, Ky. CLQKLPVLM lvl-'zfqqj Fifih Row: DENNIS LAMB, Indusfrial Engineer: 4I0O Courf Avenue, Paducah, Kenfuclcy, Maior: Mafhe' mafics: Science Club 2, 4: Radio Club, 4: Spanish Club I, 2, 4, Commiffee Chairman: Minisferial 2, 4: F.M.F. 2, 4: Glee Club 2, 4: Chorus 2, 4: Easler Pageanl I. 4: Sporfs, 4: Dorm Counsellor, 4. GERLENE LAWLESS, Missionary Teacher: Box 846, Collinsville, Virginia, Maier: Arf: A.W.S. I, 2, 3. 4: S.N.E.A. 3: I.R.C. I: Arr Club 2: Chorus 2: Class Officer: A,S.F. Represenlafive, 2, Treasurer, 3, Secrefary, 4: Sporfs, 3, 4, "A" award. DONNA LEE, Teacher: 24IO Apperson Way, Kolcomo, Indiana, Maier: Elemenfary Educa- fion:A.W.S. I,2, 3.4: S.N.E.A. I, 2, 3, 4: G.C.S.L. 4: Chorus 3, 4. ALMA KIRKPATRICK, Teacher: 864 Smifhfield Sf., Mingo Juncfion, Ohio. Maier: Home Economics: A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4: Home IEC., 3, 4, Sec., 3, Chaplain, 4: S.N.E.A., 4: W.A.A., I, 2, Sec., 2: G.C.S.L., I: F.M,F., 2: "A" Award, 3: Chorus, 3: Baslcefball, I, 2, 3, 4. 115 Any break from 'Phe cafeferia rou+ine was we!come- a quick lunch at 'rhe Dine-a-mife or fhe afhlefic ban quef THE CLASS OF 1960 Firsf Row: ARTHUR LINDSAY, Missionary: 4I4 Soulh Main Sf., Kokomo, Ind. Maior: Philosophy and Religion: Minisferial 2, 3, 4, Publicify Chairman, 4: F.M.F. 2, 3, 4: Easfer Pageanl 2, 3, 4: Class Presidenf 4: "Collegian" Sfalf 2, 3: Who's Who 4: Transfer: Indiana Universify. JEAN LOWE, Direclor of Chrisfian Educafion: l295 Sevilla Ave., Akron, Ohio, Maior: Chrisfian Educalion: A.W.S. I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-presidenf 4: C.E.A. 3, 4, Secrelary 3, Chaplain 4: Library 3: I.R.C. I: Speech I, 2, 4: G.C.S.L. I, 2: F.M.F. I, 2, 3: French Club I, 2: M.S.M. Church-Campus Represenfalive 4: Chorale 3: Chorus I, 2. 3: Easier Pageanf 3, 4: Class 'Co-Chaplain 2. MARY ALICE McCORKLE, Louisville, Ill. JACK MCCULLOUGH, Direcfor of Chrisfian Educafion: Box 3I2, Carbon Hill, Ala. Maior: Chrisfian Educalion: C.E.A., 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Music Club 3: All Campus Play 3, 4: Easfer Pageanl I: Freshman Sponsor 4: Cheerleader 2. Second Row: JAMES KAVANAUGH McGUIRE, Secondary Ieacher: Box I83, Sfanford, Ky. Maior: His- fory: S.N.E.A. 4: M.S.M. 3, 4: Dorm Council 3, 4: Sporls 3, 4: Transfer: Greenville College. ELIZABETH MAGARIAN, College Teacher: P.O. Box I47, Hasfings, Fla. Maior: Mafhemafics: English Club I: A.W.S. I, 4: S.N.E.A. 4: I.'R.'C. I, 2, Treasurer I, Vice Presidenf 2: Music Club 2: Spanish Club I, 2, 4: Liferafure Discussion Group 4: Chorale 2: Chorus I, 2: Easier Pageanl I: "Parecho" Sfaff 4. JANET MALLOY, Teacher: 3008 Iroquois Ave., Flinf, Mich. Maior: Home Economics: Home Ec Club I, 2, 3, 4: S.N.E.A. 2, 3.4: Chorus I: Sporfs 3, 4. SUZANNE MARTIN Third Row: PATRICIA MASON, Teacher: 4I7 Easf 7fh Ave., Gasfonia, N.C. Maior: Piano: Music Club I. 2, 3.4: Organ Guild 2: Chorale I, 2: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4. ANNETTA JOBELLE MASTERS, Teacher: II3 S. Kingslon Ave., Rockwood, Tenn. Maior: Elemenlary Educalion: A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4: S.N.E.A. 2, 3, 4: G.C.S.L. 2, 3, 4: Chorale 3: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Sludenf Faculfy Represenfafive 4. DONALD L. MAYS, Evangelisf: 23I 33rd Sf., Ashland, Ky. Maior: Philosophy 81 Religion: Minislerial I, 2, 3: F.M.F. I, 2, 3. SIGNE MEIER, Teacher: 208 S. Wanul, Wilrnore, Ky. Major: Elemenfary Educafion: Transfer: Taylor Universify. Fourfh Row: LOIS MERWIN, Missionary Teacher: 23 Church SI., Allenfown, N.J. Maior: Biology: A.W.S. I, 2, 3, 4: Science Club 4: Music Club I: F.M.F. I, 2, 3, 4, 'Daily Superinfendenf 4: Chorus I, 2: Class Chaplain 2: "Collegian" Sfaff 2: ASBURIAN Sraff 3, Associafive Edilor: "Parecho" Slaff 4, Edifor 4: Sporfs 3. LOREN EUGENE MILLER, Minisfer: R.R. No. 5, Rushville, Ind. Maior: Philosophy 81 Religion: Chorus I: Baskefball I, 2, 3, 4: Soccer I, 4. MARY HELEN TANOUARY MORRIS, Minisfer's wife: Roufe I, Wilmore, Ky. Maior: Ele- menfary Educalion: A.W.S. 2, 3: S.N.E.A. 4: G.C.S.L. I: 'M.S.M. Vice Presidenf 2: Class Chaplain I: Sfudenf Faculfy 2: Cheerleader I, 2, 3: Trio Accompanisl I, 2. ALAN MOULTON, Experimenfal Psychologisl: 2l3 N. Maple SI., Wilmore, Ky. Maior: Psy- chology: Minisferial, I: Glee Club, 2. 3, 4, Business 'Manager 4: Chorus, I, 2, 3, 4: Band, 3, 4: Brass Ensemble, I, 2, 3, 4: S.A.S.F. I, 2, 3, 4, Presidenl, 3: "Collegian" Sfaff, 2: ASBURIAN Sfaff, Business Manager, 3: Soccer, I, 2, 3, 4: Soffball I, 2, 3, 4. Fiffh Row: CHARLOTTE MUELLER, Teacher: 2020 N. Cooper, Colorado Springs, Colo. Maior: Home Economics: Horne Ec Club, 2, 4. VINCENT MUNGILLO, Medical Missionary: 6006 Theofa Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. Maior: Physical Educafion: Library Club, 2, 3, 4: Radio Club, 4, Chaplain, 4: Minisferial, 3, 4: Chorus, I: Easfer Pageanf, I, 2: "ColIegian" Sfaff 3, 4: Soccer, 3, 4: Soffball, I, 2, 3, 4: Baskelball I, 2, 3: Jamboree, I. 2. MITCHELL C. MURROW, Minisler: I67 W. Homesfead Ave., High Poinf, N.C. Maior: Hisfory: Spanish Club 3: Minisferial, 3, 4: Glee Club, 4: Chorus, I, 4: Jr.-Sr. Banquel' Chorus, 3: Baskefball, 2 ,3: Soccer, I, 2, 3. BETTY LOU MYERS, Chrisfian Educafion Direcfor: 804 'E. Lalzayeffe, Olney, III. Maior: Chrisfian Educafion: A.W.S., I, 2, 4: C.E.A., 2, 4: Library, I, 2, 4: Home Ec Club, I, 2: G.C.S.L. I, 2: F.M.F., I, 2: Chorus, I, 2: Easfer Pageanf, 4: Transfer: McKendree College. II7 Dave Woerner and Gordon Bingham were responsible 'for many shafiered dief records. THE CLASS OF 1960 Firsl' Row: KATHERINE NAUGLE, Teacher, Box I6O, Rl. 3, DuBois, Pa. Major: Home Economics, A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4, Home Ec Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Publicily Chairman, 4, S.N.E.A., 3, 4, W.A.A., 31 l:.lVl.I:., I, 2, 3. RICHARD J, NELSON, Minisler 81 Teacher, Rl, 4, Box 45, Elgin, III. Maior: Philosophy, Minislerial, 3, 4, S.A.S.E., 3, 4, Brass Ensemble, 3.4. VERNON NOSSETT, Psychologislg Grandview, Indiana. Maior: Psychology, Minislerial, 4, Sludenl Paslor, 3, 4, "Collegian" SIaFl, 4. EDWARD NOTSON, Missionary Avialor, Commerce Sl., Franklin Lalces, N.J. Maior: Philosophy 81 Religion, Radio Club, 3, 4, Minislerial, 2, 4, F.'M.E., 2, 3. 4, Transfer: Houghlon College. Second Row: LINDA OLDI-IAM, Direclor of Chrislian Educalion, Rural Rl. 3, Connersville, Ind. Maior: Chrislian Educalion, A.W.S., I, 3, 4, C.E.A., 3, 4, G.C.S.., I, Chorale, 3, Chorus, I, 3, Easler Pageanl, 4. - ERNEST L, OTTER, Melhodisl inisler, 207 , Main SI., Wilmore, Ky, Maior: Hislory, I.R.C., I, Minislerial, 3, 4, F.M.E., 4, Glee Club, 3, 4, Chorus, 2, 3, 4, Gospel Team, 4. BOB PAPPAS, Eleclronics, 7I3 New Jersey SI,, Clearwaler, Fla. Maior: Speech, Speech Club, 2, 3, 4, Minislerial, I, 2, French Club, I, Debale Team, 3, Tumbling Team, I, 2, 3, 4, Traclc, 2, 3, 4. DEANNA PATRICK, Teacher, I8 Long Aye., Winchesler, Ky. Maior: Music Educalion, Music Club, 2, 3, 4, G.C.S.L., 2, 3, 4, M.E.N,C., 4, Chorus, 2, 3, 4, Transfer: Morehead Slale College. Third Row! CHARLES PENN, Minisler, RI. No. I, Olway, Ohio. Maior: Hislory 81 Secondary Educalion, S.N.E.A., 4, Minislerial, I, 2, 3, F.M.F., I, Glee Club, 3, 4, Chorus, I, 2, 3. JAMES F. PIERCE, Medical Doclor, Box I56, Gonzalez, Fla, Maior: Pre-Med., Science Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Music Club, 3, F.M.F., 3, Easier Pageanl, I, 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer, 3. ESTHER E. POST, Salyalion Army Officer, 59 Judd SI., Brislol, Conn. Maior: Music Educalion, A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4, Music Club, I, 4, Presidenf, 4, M.E.N.C., 4, S.A,.S.E., I, 2, 3, 4, Chorale, 2, 3, 4, Chorus, I, 2, 3, Band, I, 2, 3, Salvalionaires Trio, 3, 4, Joyfulaires Trio, 4, Brass Ensemble, I, 2, 3, 4, Junior-Senior Banquel. SHARON WILHELM RANALLI, Missionary-Teacher, 6050 Livingslon, Toledo, Ohio. Maior: Malhemalics, A.W.S,, 2, 3, 4, Speech Club, 2, 3, F.M.F., 2, 3, Chorus, 2, Band, 2, 3, ASBURIAN Slall, 3, Cheerleader, 3, Transfer: Uniyersily of Toledo, Fourih Row: FAITH RATLIFE, Teacher, 2OI E. Maple, Irvinglon, Ky. Maior: Hislory X1 Polilical Science, A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4, C.E.A., 4, S.N.E.A., 2, 3, 4, l.R.C., 3, Chorus, 3. GLENDON A. RAVENSCRAET, Teacher 81 Coach, IO8 N. Church Sl., Cynlhiana, Ky, Major: Secondary Educalion 81 Hislory, S.N.E.A., 3, 4, Minislerial, I, 2, Traclc, 2, 3, 4, Sollball, 2, 3, Soccer, 2, B Team Baslcelball, 2, 3. JOYCE REDWINE, Missionary, 773 Duncan Park Dr., Sparlanburg, S.C. Maior: Chrislian Educalion, A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4, C.E.A., 3, 4, G.C.S.L., I, 2, 3, 4, E.M.F., 2, 3, 4, Easler Paqeanl, 3, 4, Class Chaplain, 3, Class Alhlelic Manager, 4, Baslcelball, 3, 4. MICHAEL RENCH, Medical Missionary, I204 Alden Rd., Muncie, Ind. Major: Pre-Med., Science Club, I, 2, 3, E.M.F., I, ASBURIAN Slall, 3, Soccer, I, 2, 3, Baslcelball, I, 2, 3, Sollball, I, 2, 3. Fif+h Row: CARL RICKS KATHRYN RIEKE, Teacher, 5260 Lochloy Dr., Minneapolis, Minn. Maior: Elemenlary Educalion, Home Ec Club, 2, Organ Guid, 2, 3, Chorale, 2, 3, Chorus, I, 2, 3, 4, Easier Page-anl, 2. RONALD RISNEAR, Doclor, Box II, Easl Springfield, Ohio. Maior: Pre-Med. lChemisI'ryI, Science Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Minislerial I, 4. BEVERLY NEUDER RIFE, Chrislian Educalion Direclor or Missionary, 988 Tibbelswiclc Rd., Girard, Ohio. Maior: Chrislian Educalion, A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4, C.E.A., 4, W.A.A., I, 2, G.C.S.L., I, 2, 4, E.M.E., 3, 4, Easler Pageanl. 3. 119 Compeienf guidance in many areas faciliiafed well rounded developmenf. THE CLASS OF 1960 Firsl Row: ROLAND RUTLEDGE, Teacher, Rl, 2, Cryslal Springs, Mississippi. Maior: Malhemalics, S.N.E.A., Tumbling, 2, 3. ADAH RUTH SAXE, Teacher, Albion, Illinois, Maior: Speech, A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4, S.N.lE.A., 4, Publicily Chairman, I.R.C., I, Speech, I, 2, 3, 4, G.C.S.L., 2, 3, Publicily Chairman, F.M.F., 2, 4, Homecoming Commillee, 3, Easler Pageanl, 2, School Plays, 2, Religious Drama Play, 4, Tumbling, 2. CLIFFORD SCHELL, Minisler, Ml. Slorm, Wesl' Virginia. Maior: Chrislian Educalion, C.E.A., 2, 3, 4, I.R.C., I, Minislerial, I, 2, 3, 4, Easler Pageanl, 4. DEVERN SCHWENN, Evangelisl, IO5 S. Elm Sl., Wilmore, Kenlucky, Maior: Philosophy and Religion, Minislerial, 2, 3, 4, Vice Presidenl, 4, Class Ollicer, Chaplain, 3. Second Row: LANE SCOTT, Minisler, Rl. 3, Carlhage, Texas. Maior: Hislory, Minislerial, 3, 4, F.M.F., 3, 4, Transfer: Lon Morris Jr. College. WILLIAM SCOTT, Missionary, I342 S. Fleming, Dallas I6, Texas. Maior: Psychology, Radio, 3, 4, Treasurer, Speech, I, Spanish, 3, 4, Minislerial, I, 2, F.M.F., 3, 4, Chorus, I, 2, 4, Easier Pageanl, 3, 4, "Collegian" Slalll, 2, 3, Circulalion Manager, Spanish Newspaper Edilor, 3. VERA SEAMANS, Teacher, 65 Penninglon Sl., Newark 5, New Jersey. Maior: Ele- menfary Educalion, A.W.S,, I, 2, 3, 4, S.N.E.A., I, 2, 3, 4, 6.C.S.L., 3, 4, Chorus, I, 4. RUTH ANNE SEAMAN, Nurse, 2I8 W. Main Slreel, Wilmore, Kenlucky. Maior: Psy- chology, Transfer: Weslmoreland School ol Nursing. Third Row: WILLIAM SECREST, Business Adminislralor, 707 Wilson Ave., Columbus 5, Ohio, Maior: Economics and Sociology, Flying Club, 2, Soccer, I, Baskelball, 2, 4. EUNICE MARLENE SHARP, Teacher, I2 Hillside Avo., Millville, New Jersey. Maior: Elemenlary Eclucalion, A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4, S.N.E.A., 2, 3, 4, I.R.C., I, F.M.F., 2 EDWARD SHAW, Teacher, Rl. 3, Thomaslon, Georgia. Major: Spanish, S.N.E,A., I, 2, 3, 4, Spanish, I, 2, 3, 4. LEMUEL SHIU, Chemisl, IO Hereford Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Maior: Chemislry, Science, 3, 4, Minislerial, 4, F.M.F., 4, Soccer, 3 4, Transfer: Hong Kong Baplisl College. Fourlh Row: ROBERT SHORT, Minisler, 1909 Logan Ave., Middlelown, Ohio. Maior: Philosophy and Religion, Minislerial, I, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA SIMS, 7I7 E. Baxler Sl., Orlando, Florida, PHILIP SMITH, Minisler of Music, I224 Jameson, Benlon, Arkansas. Maior: Church Music, Music, 2, 3, Publicily Chairman, 3, Organ Guild, 3, Dorm Monilor, 3, Glee Club, 4, Chorus, I, 2, 3, 4, Presidenl, 4, "Collegian" Slalil, Pholographer, ASBURIAN Slafl, Pholographer, Couriers Ouarlel, I THOMAS SNYDER, Minisler, R.D. No, 4, Overlook Dr., Overlook Hills, Sleubenville, Ohio. Maior: Speech, Speech, 4, Minislerial. I, 2, 3, 4, Debale Team, 4, All Campus Play, 2, Easler Pageanl, 2, Class Officer, Alhlelic Manager, 4, "Collegian" Slail, I, 2, Tumbling, I, 2, Soccer, 4, Sollball, 4. Fiflh Row: CHARLES R. SOMERS, Minisler, IOO W. lalh Sl., Rock Falls, Illinois. Maior: Psychology, Minisierial, I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Chorus, 4. DONALD STAHL, Teacher, IOO Belhel, Wilmore, Ky. Maior: Chemislry and Biology, S.N.E.A., 3, 4. JOYCE STARLING, Home Missions, Box IO, Longwood, Florida. Major: Chrislian Educa- lion, C.E.A,, 3, G.C.S.L., 3, F.M.F., 2, 3, Easler Pageanl, 4. DAVID STEWART, Minigler, Elizabelh, Indiana. Maior: Chrislian Educalion, C.E.A., 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, Minislc-rial, I, 2, 4, Chorus, 2, 4, Easier Pageanl, 3, 4. 121 Y.D." always Iisfened fo a good excuse, bu? some 'times if was so hard fo gei' in on 'Hme. THE CLASS OF 1960 Firsl Row: COLLEEN OVERTON STRATTON, Teacher: 23 Chapelview CI., Wilmore, Kenluclcy. Major: Elemenlary Educalion: S.N.E.A., 2, 3, 4: F.M.F., I: Chorale, 2, 3: Chorus, 2, 3: "Collegian" Slafl, 2: ASBURIAN. 3: Cheerleader, 2, 3. ONIAS STUCKER, Minislerg IO2-B. Belhel Ave., Wilmore, Kenluclcy. Major: Philosophy and Religion: Minislerial, I. KIZZIE SULLIVAN, Teacher: R.R. 2, Springville, Indiana. Major: Home Economics: I-Iome Ec., I, 2, 3, 4: S.N.E.A., 4: Easier Pageant 3, MARILYN THEOBALD, Teacher: IO4If2 W. 2nd St, Flora, Illinois. Major: Music Educa' lion: A.W.S., 3, 4: S.N,E.A., 4: Music, 2, 3, 4: Chorale, 2, 3, 4: Chorus, 2, 3, 4: Band, 2: Easier Pageant 2: Soliball, 2: Cheerleader, 4: Chorus Soloist 4: Transfer: Soulhern Illinois Universily. Second Row: AMOS TINNELL, Business: P.O. Box 355, Highland Springs, Virginia. Major: Psychology and Sociology: Glee Club, 2, 3, 4: Chorus, 2, 3, 4: Class Ollicer, Treasurer, I: Soccer, I, 2, 3, 4: Baslcelball, I, 2, 3, 4: Sollball, I, 2, 3, 4: Traclc, I, 2, 3, 4. DONALD TURMAN, Missionary: Rt 3, Mooresville, Ncrlh Carolina. Major: Psychology: Spanish, 3, 4: Minislerial, I, 2, 3. 4: F.M.F., I, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club, 4: Chorus, I, 2 3 4: Easier Pageanl 2, 3, 4: Class Officer: A.S.F., 4: Soccer, I, 2, 3, 4: Balceiball, I, 2, 3, 4: Soflball, I, 2, 3, 4: Traclc, I, 2, 3, 4. BENJAMIN TYLER, Rt 3, Box II8-A, Hemingway, S. Carolina. JOHN VANLANDINGHAM, Engineer: IO5 Church St, Flomalon, Alabama. Major: Malhemalics. Third Row: JODELL WALTERS, Missionary Teacher: Rt 4, Box 359, Laurel, Mississippi. Major: Ele- menlary Educalion: A.W.S. 3, 4: G.C.S.I.., 3, 4, Cabinet 4: F.M.E:, 4: Transfer: Jones Counly Junior College. RUTH ANN WASHABAUGH, Teacher: 30 Wood Avenue, Jackson, Ohio. Major: Ele- menlary Educalion: A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4. Vice President 3: C.E.A.. 4: S.N,E.A.. I, 2, 3, 4: 6.C.S.L., I: E.M.F., 2, 3, 4: Who's Who, 4: Chorus, I, 2, 3, 4: Easier Pageant 3, 4: Class Olllicer: A.S,F., 3: Co-Chaplain, 4: "Collegian," 2: ASBURIAN, 3. LEWIS WEBB, JR., Medical Missionary: 2I5 Able Avenue, Covinglon, Tennessee. Major: Pre-Med.: Science, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4: Minislerial, I: F.M.F., I, 2. HARRY WEEKS, Missionary: Box 97, Kingslon, Michigan, Major: I-Iislory: I.R.C., 4: Radio, 4: Spanish, 4: Minislerial, I, 2, 3, 4: F.M.E., I, 2, 3, 4: Band. I, 2, 3: Easier Pageant 2: Tumbling, I, 2: Chairman ol Chesl For Christ 4. Fourlh Row: SHIRLEY WELDY, 308 S. Elchart Walcarusa, Indiana. JOYCE WEST, Teacher: 3400 Lydia Lane, Granile Cily, Illinois. Major: Elemenlary Educalion: A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4: S.N.E.A., 2, 3, 4: F.M.F., 2, 3, 4: Chorus, I. 2, 3, 4: All Campus Play, I: Easier Pageant I, 4: Class Officer, Treasurer, 4: ASBURIAN Sialt 3: Dorm Oiclicer, Treasurer, 2, Vice President 3, President 4: Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3. RAYMOND WEST, II2 Main, Wilmore, Kenluclcy. ARDIS WHITE, Teacher: Gordonsville, Minnesola. Major: Elemenlary Educalion: A.W.S. I, 2, 3, 4: Library, I, 2, 3, 4: S.N.E.A., 3, 4: G.C.S.L., 2, 3: F.M.E., 3: Chorus, I, 2, 3: "Collegian" Slalt 4 Fiflh Row: ALBIN WI-IITWORTH, Organislq lO2I Schiller Ave., Louisville, Kenlucky, Major: Minisler ol Music: Music, I, 2: Speech, I: Organ Guild, 2, 3, 4: President 2, 3. Vice Pres., 4: Minislerial, I: E.M.E., I: Glee Club, I, Accompanist 4: Chorus, I, 2, 3, 4: AII Campus Play, 2: Easier Pageant 2: "Collegian" Slalt I. GALEN WIGHTMAN, Minisler: 3I7 N. Franlclin, Mounl Pleasant Michigan. Major: English: Minislerial, 4: Transfer: Bay Cil'y Junior College. LEON WILLET, Missionary: 26 Chapel View Ct, Wilmore, Kenlucky. Major: Philosophy and Religion: Minislerial, I, 2, 3, 4: E.M.E., 2, 3, 4: Chorus, I, 2: Easier Pageant I, 2: Class Olilicer, Alhlelic Manager, 2: Baslcefball, I, 2, 3, 4: Sollball, I, 2: Soccer, I, 2. NORMAN O. WILLIAMS, Minisler: Cedarville, Ohio. Major: Philosophy and Religion: Minislerial, I, 2. 123 1 J ? by :Q Franfic Chrisfmas card selling and +l1e Alumni banquel' were signs llhaf lime was geffing short THE CLASS OF 1960 Firsi Row: ALVIN WILSON, RI. I, Elizabelh, Indiana. JAMES E. WILSON, 304 S. Broadway Park, Lexingion, Kenlucky. Maior: Speech, WI-IEElJ'ER WILSON, Teacher: RI. I, Box 405, Wadsworih, Ohio. Maior: Hisloryq S.N.E.A., 3, 4: Minisierial, 2, 3: F.M,I-., 3, 4: Tumbling Team, 2. HARRY WINSLOW, Missionary: Winona Lake, Indiana. Major: I-lislory: Minislerial, 4: F.M.F., 4: Transfer: Greenville College. Second Row: DAVID WOERNER, Minisler: 5807 I9ih SI., Tampa, Florida. Maior: Speech: I.R.C., I: Speech, I, 2: Minisierial, I, 2, 4: College Baker, 2, 3, 4: Soccer, I, 2: Track, 2: Tumbling, I, 2, 3, 4: Debale Team, 4: Proiecl Chairman, 3, 4. MARGARET YOUNG WOERNER, MinisIer's Wife and Teacher: 5807 I9Ih SI., Tampa I0, Florida. Maior: Elemenlary Educalion: S.N.E.A., 2: 6.C.S.L., 4: Transfer: Valdosia Siaie College. VICTOR WONG, Teacher: 430 Soulhview Avenue, Cincinnali I9, Ohio. Maior: Chemisiry and I-Iislory and Poliiical Science: S.N.E.A., 3: Science, 4: I.R,C., 2: Chorus, I: Technical Direclor of The "Talking Yearbook," 2: Technical advisor for Chevalier class proiecl, MARCIA WOOD, Teacher: Box I33, Alma, Georgia. Maior: Elemenlary Educaiion: A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4: S.N.E.A., 4: Baskeiball, I, 2, 3, 4. Third Row: JANE WOODI-IAMS, Social Worker: I35 Norih Courl, Gaylord, Michigan. Maior: Psychol- ogy: A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4: Spanish, I, 2. Tl-IELMA YAKE, Teacher: RI. I, Slurgis, Michigan. Maior: Home Economics: Home Ec., I, 2, 3, 4: S.N.lf.A., 4: Baskefball, 3. MARIAN YOST, Teacher: Box 36, Indian River Cily, Florida. Maior: Elernenlary Educalion: A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 47 Library, 2, 3, 41 S.N.E.A., 2, 3, 47 l.R.C., I. JOANNE YOUNG, Missionary: Box I74, Raymond, Minnesoia. Maior: Chrisiian Educaiion: A.W.S., I, 2, 3, 4: C.E.A., 3.4: F.M.F., 3, 4: Chorus, I: Easier Pageani, 4. Fourlh Row: BARBARA BEVERIEIN RUSH, Teacher: 2326 Lumpkin Road, Columbus, Georgia. A.W.S., I, 2: I.R.C,, I, 2: F.M.F., 2: Baskeiball, A Award I: Chorus, I, POST GRADUATE STUDENTS Fiffh Row: BOBBY RAY MARTIN, RI. 2, Slaplelon, Ga. ANN SHEPARD, 26I4 l8Ih Avenue, Columbus, Georgia. 125 "Mary" . "Mas+erl" Early pracflces were somefimes sleepy. Miss Serro'H applied impelus offen appear Prayers Palience perseverance . . . combine lo porlray EASTER PAGEANT cm+d5+re.., Way Trullw Life The play came alive during performance. The worlr was enclless. 126 LOIS MERWIN Edifor PARECHO if-Q Leff +o Rigl'1+:Ericl1 Hamm, Lois Merwin, Joyce Adams, Paul Lane, Elizabe+l'1 Magarian. Wrifing willm a Purpose . . lo provide experience lor crealivily and crilicism . . lo uphold Clwrislian ideals and morals . . lo cllallenge spirilually and Inlelleclually . . lo enriclm and enliven lilerary apprecialion . . lo edily and inform Magazines are impaiienfly read on delivery day. LYELL RADER PAUL HARTMAN Sea+ed: Joanne Hecln, Ardis Wliife, Ted Burlrman. Second Edllof Manaqlng Edlfof row! Everelfe Jaclrson. THE ASBURIAN COLLEGIAN A perioclical reporl ol campus aclivilies . . . FDGSI . . presenl . . . lulure by a slall wlio . . . plan . . inlerview . . . wriie lor luis glory. Sealed: Larry Clemens, Joy Gabrielsen. Second row: Marilyn Slangerl Eill Baillie, Ivan Zabilka. if -1+ Xff ,m- F 1 TODD BASSETT . Business Manager Flrsl row: Below, Sealed: Kalhy Rice. Second row: Carol Blaclrman, Carol Milclwell. Mifchell. BoHom, Lefl' 'lo righlz Ann Elliof, Alis Cone, Brenda Gauglw, Karen Mier, Nancy Cowing, Judy Kunlcle. Fred Cooley, Larry Draper. Second row: Vince Mungillo, Dulre Brasfield, Bob Crawford. Leff fo righf: Linda Baird, Meribelh Harrigan, Linda Morrow, Joe Jack Hazen, Kafl1y Hodgson. Joy Gabrielsen Evererle Jackson Larry Clemens Marilyn Sranger Bill Baillie Ivan Zabillca Ted Berkman Vic Caldwell Reynold Connell Marlene Gesellslwen Joanne Heck Sian Lewis Jaclc Marlin Bill Collins Kennelh Fuller Erich Hamm Dan Rose Sadie Belle Teririck Joe Holer STAFF Carol Easlerday Buddy Gallimore Jack Hazen Kallwy Hodgson Harry Livesay Linda Morrow Vernon Nossel Pauline Sleplwens Dan Brasfield Bob Crawford Fred Cooley Vince lvlunqillo Ann Elliol Alis Cone Brenda Gauglw Karen lvlier Nancy Cowinq Judy Kunlcle Hofer PETER STINE SADIE BELLE TETIRICK Ed far Associafe Edifor Pefer S'rine Sadie Belle Teliriclc Ken ,Fraser Kay Clweuyronl' Marllwa Ewan Janice Sliaw Reynold Connell Joseplw Pills Waller Slwaw Paul Lane Emily Colballi Ken Genlry Sandy Genlry Marilyn Slanger STAFF KENNETH FRASER Business Manager MargarelSliepl1erd Bryan Carroll Mary Tallcinqlon David Collins Jean l-laryey Mary l-lolz Marlene Thomas Doris Wasliabauqlx Evangeline Loyegrove Rullw Linnennan Judy Belz Rila Blomgren Josepln Newlon Beclcy Kibloy Leff Top, Darkroom sfaffz Joe Pills, Wall' Shaw. Cenler, Layouf s1'aFf Becky Kibbey, Bryan Carroll, Clarice Swarfzendruber. Boffomz Ari' s+af'F Paul Lane, Emily Colba+h. kg E Ti ' Sf Secrefarial slalif, Firsf Row: Marlene King, Doris Washabaugh. Second Business s+ah': Firs+ Row: Janice Shaw, Kay Cheuvronl, Mike Rench Row: Marlene Thomas, Jean Harvey, Judy Befz, Mary Holz. Second Row: Joe Lineman, Marfy Ewan. Pholography sfaffz THE ASBURIAN Willing heads, hands and hearls unile . . lo represenl every aspeci ol Asbury life . . lo provide meaninqlul memories lhrouqh pholographs, lilerary expression and arl lo leave behind a yearboolc which upholds Chrisl and l-lis Way Sealed: Dave Collins, Rila Blomgren. Sfancling: Joe New+on. Library Slaff: Marilyn Slanger, Mary Tallringlon, Margarel' Shepard 131 SENIOR RECITALS God - given musical Jralenl . . . Years ol experience . . . "superior" ralings al dislriclr and slale conresl . . . piano diploma from Hue Nalional Guild ol Piano Teacliers . . . Junior recilal . . . divisional and line arlrs programs Hours . . .and lwours . .. olconcenlraled praclice brillianrly display Jrlwemselves al The momenl of a Senior recilal . . . and in Jrlwe vasr opporlunilies ol The lulure. SongsoipraiseiromrneIiearr T H E C H O R U S . . as wirnessed in ine performance oi Sainr- Saen's "CI'irisImas OraI'orio," November 29, I959, and ai Minisiers Conference in January by . . . ascore oi young people . a conducror . . soIosisIs . . accom- panisr dedicaied Io The Task oi proclaiming The Message 'rI1rougI'1II1e medium oi song. PHILIP SMITI-I MELINDA BLOANZ RI-IEA JACKSON . JOE YONG .. DON TATE ..,.... ALBIN Wi-IITWORTII OFFICERS ...President ,..SecreIary ... .Chaplain . ..CnapIair . .Librarian . . . .Librarian 3. 99 Li? on we 9 F UI' 'Y 99.6. Measure for measure, Prof. Raines finds Ihis is Iime +I1a+ counis. Joyce Adams, Gun Ah'-r"j1e, L'nda Arr,o'fI, Tow Beach, Me-'Tnda Baganz, Curse' BafIey, Pen :coin Baney, Linda Baird Madria Ba'i+a, Judy Barnnouse, I'o,r BarIenieId, Ro'iaI:I Ban, Todd Eassrzir, Jnnce Bennam, Gordon Bingham, Diane Bisrz, Roberr BIacIcbu"r Rebecca Blodqerr, Larie Bowen, Gayrieiic Bowen, Laffy B'ackcr, CIiarI03 B-r1'iIoy, WiInia Briqfgs, Joyze Ann Brooks, Biucn Bucidey, Priiio Bumpue, Cna'Iciff- Brerr Paisw Ann Caisrer, Vicior CJI:'IweII, Bryan Ca'ro'I, Jannes Carvran, Kav Cneuvronr, SaIIy Ann Cnmirfin, GIor'a CIark, Nvi. Cemere, Klirfffn C Ve' A2 Core Liiznbeu Co4Iief Rcbere C'aw- fnyfz Difd C. .cv Roc ' L,u"i'S, N"v'3'e' Coei S'ce" Cfcuiff De orei Dina Sse DJ, Samfa Da-fdsc' Tenn, Dc.4."n:, 3: , Myfoffe Erw CaroIlErrev, Marina Faber Brenda Feeback, Dave FIory', PnyII's Ford, Mafqarei Fra'Ic'.'w, Kennern Fraier, Nancy Froqqafr, CaroIyn Fry, Eugene FuIIe' Marie Cvnnied Fred Sera, JW", GW, Cnamn S' cire, Roy' Sassccak A'ice Godsey, Mwriowe Scif, CIFO Gruiilni, Pnirz Owen, AIIe'i G-Cirfiigiz, Grace Hard- c.15iIe, Saran Hairlon, Jaik I-Iazen, Jiniria I-Icacocn, Roberi Iiendriciison, Sman Hinkie, EIimIua-In Hinsnaw, A'LneiIa IIoaqInnd, HazeI Hoaqinnfi, Irene Hcqar, JoseDIi HoIIis, Jare HooIey, Loi HoweII, Roberr Henderson, DaIe Jack- son Rhea Jackecn, Tnomas Jennings, Joyce Jores, Ca'oIine KeI'y, I-Ie-Ien Kessier, Bern Joy K'nd'fq2r, Joy Kirk, CnarIes Kirkparfck Ronaio Koiesify, Richard Ivaus, Q .I If ' e, 1 Ifizxae Dena Law , 9.1. L.i5'c':C? B'4f":i Lf-:p't"e' Crow Lew'3 Q." L'n . Rama Lo:.I'x-'t Jud, Luecnhi I Lnrr, Lee. Uiwc 3 Marci U2 ' Mama Rfrari Mu' Rosed Mime Ti'-W Mziflaffiw C1021 IxfCK'n'e, JJ'-'QL Mfipieror M1zef'e IVe.e'5 Cr' M":,'D', P.. rf' .1 Mears, CHI' rg Mooic'Ie, I2eo"',i :i Menon, L'nzi3 Morww, Ki-i:no'Ii Muf- .im M"cne Birry Neai, Rol'fiI N'gIioson, Milan: O sow, bneai Ortrrr D5iIe Parker Dania Paffck DnI'n Pf:n.i Edson Prince, Giorfa Pyke, MeIxin Rediefn, Ki"i'yn Ricke, RonaI4I R'rfiIiurI, Herrnar Rock, Lynne Rodgers, Nfinc, Roderf, Lirrii Rc ', Amanda Ru3:rrII A'IfJiie Sciiracion, DJni3I Sciiroe-", B 'I Sic", Ven Snwwon. Ma qarer S'iopIi1'd Ca'oI SiI man, Maw' L. Skinrec Ei1i'IIi Span, Marrna J. SIoan, Rurr Sane-de, Bonny Smirn, Pn'I'p Sm"rI', L'nda Q iM's.', Mir. Sri-iwnar Jcmcc Simi, Ixfafim Shng-:Q R"'I'nr"i S'euf I-Ing' Sre:-ren Dm i vena" E1.":c- Swyir' R'c'3'p1 SI'ub"nf, Lani' :'3': C:'o Tarn. D311 T3'G, Er el' TDIVQ- Ma"i,n Tneooa 'J AMOS Tri- , A en TCi"f'Tfff' Don.zI'5f T,"'r'J" R'J'n'L1 Uixa' JJNES Union, Ive"- 'f'r'f- Nauqra' Ma", EVM Verne' Dons Vv'asnobaug", Rum A. Wa Iwapauqri Myne Weaxief, J..1. Vv'cII0r, Kuff WeIIe", Juwe WCSI, Marqiarei Wniie Amin WH Iwovit, Rebecca Wood, Weiior Wrom Cmoi Yon, Maw You, Jogepii Yong. ana 'Y ww .... , ,fs me I F-irsf Row: Jim Caffran, Ken Munday, Ted Jennings, Go-don Bingham. Second Row: Amos Tinnell, Richard Kraus, Gilberf Crouse, Don Mc- Dougall. Firsf Row: Ron Cu'+is, Dave Green, Don Turman. Second Row: Ernie Ofler, Milch Murrow, Lyell Rader, Ken Fraser. Training . . . during llie numerous praclice ses- schedule of public and prlvale engagef sions of fall and winler guarler . . . drilling mem . . memorizing . . . pre-four experimenling. Triumpli . . . in llie lwearis of llwe liome-coming men as Jrlwey view in relrospecl a iob well Travel . . . lo llwe souilwland regions of Florida . . . done . . . Asbury nobly represenled . . .....Cliaolain Georgia . . . Tennessee . . . willi a demanding souls won lor The Kingdom of God. OFFICERS GORDON BINGHAM ,... . ....., Presideni KEN FRASER .. GARY HERNDON .... ...Vice-Preszdenl' l-YELL RADFR - GLEN ALLDREDGE TODD BASSETT ..... GLEN ALLDREDGE .... .. . , . . .Secrefary Business Manager . . . . .Librarian 134 DON TURMAN AMOS TINNELL Ci-lLBERT CROUSE . .... Assislani' ALBIN WHITWORTH .. . .... ...Chaplain Publicify Manager Plaiform Manager Plalform Manager .....Accompanisf Y L 5 fin f 4 Q l S., A. HD if e me K 5,1 , f "' 'I Nw f 17 """ ' su., H. ui was il 2 W Firsi' Row: Lynn Denison, Glen Allclrecige, Jaclr Hazen. Second Row: Larry Sneacl, Charlie Penn, Doug Higley, AI Moulfon. ALBIN WHITWORTH Pianisf Firsi' Row: Phil Green, Bob Blackburn, Tom Gabrielson, Gary Herndon. Second Row: Phil Smilh, Dennis Lamb, Peier Sfine, Todd BasseH'. JACK A. RAINS Direcfor Xi W 494' Q Firsf Row: Kay Cheuvtonf, Sarah Harrison, Dolly Cowan. Second Row: Joyce Sfahly, Jean Harvey, Kafie Rielce, Mary Holz. Third Row: Pauline S+ephens, Alis Cone, Carol Erney, Marfha Dougherry. JOYFULAIRES Esfrwr Post oianist Susan Handy, Karhv Rice, Nancy Panlcuch. 'I36 Firsf Row: Carolyn Lewis, Sandra Davidson Grace Hardcasrle Second Row: Charlef Brendl, Margaref While, Miriam Olson Rhea Jackson Third Row: Linda Ross, Carol Milchell Marilyn Theobald MARlrY:1iTHEOBAlL' AUS CONF CAROL MVCFELL KAY CHEUVRQNT WILMA BRIQGS OFFICERS i i i i l Firs+ Row: Sally Chmillin, Barbara Groce, Nancy Clemens, Second Row: Linda Sommers, Verneire Adlrinson, JoBelle Masfers, Pa+sy Mason. Third Firs+ Row: Delia Pena, Joyce Adams. Second Row: Evelyn Klass, Sue Day. Third Row: Phillis Malherly, Sarah Hinlrle, Eunice Swyers. WOMEN'S CHORALE WILMA BRIGGS Pfanisf JOYFUL - AIRES . youih wiih a vision ol Chrisiian service . lalenis uniled in a minislry ol song . dedicaiion lo one Supreme Purpose Audiiions . . . lhe lirsl lwo weelcs ol lhe guarier Rehearsals . . . each Wednesday and Friday al 4 p.m. in Jael: Rains' siudio Performances . . .a scheduled visil lo Lexingion. Tuesday morning Chapel These girls complemenl lhe lVien's Glee Club wiih lheir own lime ol fellowship and good singing 137 Row: Liz Couller, Beih Joy Kindinger, Marilyn Slanger, Wilma Briggs. Firs+ row, leff fo righh Sharon Jewell, Mary Ann Glover, Jerry Gaines, Marian Palomalxi. Second row: Dale Knepper, Ernesr Teiiriclc, Elmer Snodgrass. Firsf row, leff fo righf: Elaine Knighf, Arlene Sclwramm, Jane Williams, Sara Harrison. Second row: Vivian Croolcshanlr, Ed Prince, Sara Hinlzle, Linda Prouclfoor, Carolyn Allcorn. ASBURY Firsf row: lefi fo riglmfz Joan Fugale, Don Morris, Arvil Reeb. Second row: Meryl Esenwein, John Hinlcle, Ron Ban. COLLEGE BAND "Praise The Lord wiTh The luTe and The harp . . . praise Him upon The high sounding cymbals." --Psalm ISO The Asbury College Band, wiTh iTs . . . winTer and spring concerTs . . . performance aT MinisTers' Conference . . . selecTions in The Gym Jamboree program Provides . . . a medium of wholesome musical expression Tor insTrumenTalisTs Proves . . . a viTal and dynamic parT oT school life BAND Carolyn Allcorn, KenneTh Baillie, Ronald Barz, Oscar Brown, PaTsy CaisTer, Vivian Croolcsnanks, Wilfred DuTT, Joan FugaTe, Tom Gabriel- sen, Jerry Gaines, Mary Anne Glover, Sara Harrison, Gary Herr-don, John Hinlcle, Sharon JeweTT, Dale Knepper, Elaine KnighT, Judy Lowers, Don McDougall, Don Morris, Alice Murdoch, Marian Palomalci, Carolyn Peck, Edison Prince, Linda ProudiooT, Lyell Rader, Arvil Reeb, Arlene Schramrn, Elmer Snodgrass. Ernesr TeTirick, Richard UlyaT, Jane Williams. Glen Alldredge, Don Morris, Bob Henderson, Wilfred DuH'. Froni row: Alice Murdock, Carolyn Peck, Richard EllioT. Second row: Gary Herndon, Oscar Brown, Ken Baillie. KENNETH KINGHORN DirecTor 139 Firsl Row: Mary Holz, Ma,-ge Posf, Ron Curfiss, Jean Harvey, Judy Lowers. Second Row: Dave Green, Reg Russell, Joy G-abrielsen, Eunice Swyers, Gordon Bingham, ' 2 l l E Z 2 E N wavy LVATION ARMY 'JM SAB OFFICERS n4i"l,br,N Banu 'f1?f P-GRWFQT ' Blnndna 'N ,, "F-1'--are Fx. 'SNL V Firs+ Row: Joyce Gibson, Norman Mur- doch, Ken Baillie, B.lr Col.ins, Richard Ulyal. Second Row: Jane? Barne, Glen Alld edge, Dic'-1 Ne'son, John Busby, Bob Henderson. 2 E BAND I Srnarl Uniforms . . . Shiny inslrurnenls . . . Sparlclinq laces . . . even al 6:45 a.m. The "Army" band is on lhe March . . . lo Chicaqo . +0 Allanla To campus revival rneelings, lvlinislers' Conlerence, Chapel vvilh The Banner ol lhe Cross helcl high! Warriors Quar+ef Gordon Bingham, Lyell Radery Torn Gabrielson, Gary Herndo Firsf Row: Nancy Norfh, Esfher Posh Gary Herndon, Lyell Rader. Second Row: Bill Ba'llie, Ron Gorion, Bob Crawford, Warren Fulfon. TOM GABRIELSON Band Master 141 McHEN RY BOATWRIGHT Baritone presenfeci an enjoyable evening of classical and semi-ciassical music sef in +he fines+ of American Traclifion. sang wifh The beaufy and resonance which has made a name for him among +he culfured sef Iiffed fhe audience +o heiqhfs of new apprecia- 'rion in fhe ar'rs RTIST SERIES 'S P X if "Ji"-ff--NW 'i2.Mg9.a.m. 'We . There were fhe human rowers wifh hurlling acrobais going up and over GYM JAMBOREE Flying fhrough +he air wilh fhe greafesl' of ease is Dave Woerner co-coach and lop-acrobal of 'the fumbling feam and . . . The big nighlll The performance of lhe annual Gym Jamboree. A whole year's worlc and Training be- hincl ancl now comes The chance To "show lheir siuiclf' Wilh lhe blare oi bugles and a hearly yell. 'rhe lum- blers slream our, resplenclenl in lheir purple and while uniforms, and ready To give Jrhe anxiously awailing crowd a program ol rhrills and chills. Uliliz- ing lhe Theme of Jrhe Civil War, bolh lellovvs and girls perlorm al lheir besi lo presenl an evening worlh remem- bering. And, of course, The fradilional clowns of every show-big ones, liffle ones, faf ones. skinny ones-all fhere fo make fhe show more enioyable, while . . . exe-culed by fhe 'leam members. As lhe Civil War ended, so dicl fhe iam boree, wilh a final flurry of cannon balls Nearly everyone al' Asbury plays +he fasf-moving game of ping-pong. For many years fhe Orienfal sfudenfs have dominafed the +ournamen+ scene showing The slcill aHained in fheir nafive land. For Those wilh alhleric abiliry olher Than Thai re- quired by lhe maior sporls, opporlunilies are given lo manilesi These abiliries in lournamenl comperli- Tion as well as in regular physical eolucalion classes. Many sfuden+s find relaxahon in ihe many varied aquafic opporrunifies provided in 'rhe swimming program which range from classes in fhe various abilify levels as well as aqua-lung worlr and vfa+e'-ball. M I R Love-l5, love-30-so runs fhe scoring counf of lhe fasf moving game which is so popular in fhe early 'Fall and spring. Two payers, Gary Hern- don and Tom Gabrielson, have vied for rhe championship for rhe pasf lhree years wilh many well-played and close mafches resulfing. The weigh?-liffing room is a good p'ace ro s+ar+ for rhose fellows who a'e in eresled in building their bodies or who iusf wan? 'lo rrim 'lhe +ummy. ,M A 1 ly, S R T 2. ' 2 A fi 2 Maj ' 5 A X 1 A yr 1 ...v-W' f --ff, Eager fingers await rhe ball in an a1"remp+ fo gain a poini for fheir side in volleyball, a sporf which bridges ihe gap beiween baslcefball and sofball and serves as a valuable condiiioner. O+hers prefer +o expend 'fheir energy by running around 'rhe +rack or fhrowing The shoi'-pu? and discus. The annual All-Campus fraclr mee? finds many in+eres!ing races and coniesis. The populariiy of baslrefball makes ihe iormalion of a "B" league necessary for fhose who lack +he abilify and fhe +ime +o qualify for ihe varsify learns. Wx F 1890 IN THE PROGRESS OF ln order lo meel lhe demands ol a progressive world. Asbury College has found il feasible lo ex- pand her lacililies and lo open new areas ol acliv- ily lor her sludenls. This change in scenery is ac- cenled by new and beller plans for lhe fulure. The 1960 CHANGE Highlander and Pioneer classes of l96O and I96l are collaboraling in lhe conslruclion of amphilhea- lre which will seal approximalely IOOO and be lhe scene lor numerous programs. Anorher progressive slep underfalren by lhe college is lhe addilion of duplexes which will house facully and married slu- denis. These houses will be fhe inifial parl of a whole new and modern housing proiocf. x -if S R or ,V iui, 1 is ir. March-i960--The new boys dormilory, shown here in lhree slages of developmenl, will house ll5 boys and is expecfed 'lo be ready by Seplember. This building is a most valuable assef lo Asbury College and lends ilself fo lhe nalural beauly of lhe campus. Purposed Fine Arfs Building l l PROGRESSIVE PLANS If plans go as hoped, consiruciion will begin in July on lhe Fine Arls Building. designed lo meel one of The biggesl currenl needs on Asbury's campus. The budget which allows 3350.000 for +he building and Sl00,- 000 for equipmenl and leaching facilifies, provides means for praclice rooms, Teachers' sludios and classrooms. a band and orcheslra room, a Glee Club and Chorus room. recilal audiiorium. and a music library. 148 bxggzfiiviffmw www ew-1 X, W K A y iw gm Y. ,A Li' A Q X - 1w,5,h5 , W W as W -W ff J: -. Q Q Q L K 'N ' f ,M 7. R QW . A hx? X' ..:,.,, -I -'-- 1 mf- A f M hw Eizggigk 'Him' ' M3655 'i " iQjf3f4g?B Q"Ww-- '1-ai' M, k A L 4 4 . A R, my , Wffgggf V MW' QifSz,,,v:.,,,:fxwJwki5w25m QM x. UWA xw was ,A ,Q K W fixvii vw. 'M' K f asm,- 149 m,. ,,,..v-we AM M MIS SBWCI ' I SYATMI DAN'S SERVICE STATION Lexingion Avenue WILMORE, KENTUCKY FRIENDLY SERVICE TO ASBURY STUDENTS Business Always Appreciafed GENE SNODGRASS, Owner LEXINGTON AVE. BARBER SHOP 2I5 Lexingion Ave. WILMORE. KENTUCKY FITCH'S I G A WILMORE Solid Comfort Good Food and Firsi' Class CONGRATULATIONS Service Are Cusiomer Aims of TO SENIORS OF I959! ' dh! A SCUDDERS ICE CREAM . . . . Jessamme s Farsi Drive-In WILMORE, KENTUCKY Regfauranf 'On Ky. 29 ai N'viIIe CI'ry Limiis COMPLIMENTS OE SIMS DRUG STORE Two Pharmacisfs HUGH B. SIMS, SR., and HUGH B. SIMS, JR. WILMORE, KENTUCKY THIS BOOK ENGRAVED BY SOUTHERN ENGRAVERS 803 IvIcGavocIc SIreeI NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF I959 THE WILMORE BANK WILMORE, KENTUCKY SUTHERLAND CHEVROLET COMPANY Sales-Service NICHOLASVILLE, KENTUCKY O.K. USED CARS CIIRPENTER'S DISH BIIRN NICHOLASVILLE, KY. CHINA GLASSWARE POTTERY Thousands of ifems for your seIec+ion If II comes from Bogaer+s II says "You cared enough Io give Hwe very best" VICTOR BOGAERT Jewelers I27 WesI' Main SI. Lexingfon, Ky FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NlcHoLAsvuLLe, KY. ASHLAND FLORIST W. L. RANKIN, Proprie+or JAY PI-IILLIPS, Agenf 3? Paid on Savings Say if wi+I1 Flowers-Bui' say I+ wi+I1 Ours O FIowers For all Occasions Member FDIC Corsages our SpeciaI+y Phone 3-2266 656 E. Ma' PERSONAL AND AUTO LOANS LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY COIVIPLIIVIENTS BRYAN-HUNT CO., INC. OF WHOLESALE GROCERIES 185-201 E. High S+. CRANE CQ, LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY COIVIPLIMENTS OE THE BEN FRIINIILIN STORE J. C. 84 MILDRED I-I. CRINER WILMORE, KENTUCKY NICI-IOLASVILLE, KENTUCKY COTTRELL'S BAKERY Sou+I1Iand Shopping Cenfer COTTRELL'S I.G.A., Food Liner, and Bakery 5I3 E. 3roI COTTRELL'S BAKERY 8: RESTAURANT II9 W. Main COIVIPLIMENTS OF SHAKERTOWN GUEST HOUSE A place Io go for fine 'Food SI-IAKERTOWN, KENTUCKY Cornplimenrs ol PEPSI-C0lII LEXINGTON, KY. COMPLIMENTS SAUNIER IRON WORKS OF 2I0 S ruc SI. Phonjmlbo THE FARMERS BANK Member Federal Deposil Insurance Corporal' Anylhing in Iron, Machine and Boiler Old accounh apprecided Works. Welding of all kinds. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY New accounls invi+ed NICI-IOLASVILLE, KENTUCKY B EA U M O N T I N N I-IARRODSBURG, KENTUCKY CALIFORNIA CITRUS COMPANY Service Wholesalers Fresh FruiI's 8: Vegefables I28 Soulh Broadway Tel. 5-5965 or 3-3883 Lexinglon, NEALE FROZEN FOODS, INC. Formerly Nic Nac Foods Phone 2-2995 LEXI NGTON, KENTUCKY Besl Wishes Io Ihe Graduales ol I96O lrorn ASBURY THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY WILMORE, KENTUCKY Ky l DIA PRI G HOLI ESS CAMP MEETI G FLOVILLA, GEORGIA -OFFICERS- MR. VV. S. lv1cKlBBEN, Presidenl ....... . . . Social Circle, Ga. REV. J. O. FULLER, Vice Presidemk . . . . Nashville, Ga. REV. R.'O. EDEN FIELD, Secrefary . . . . . Macon, Ga. MR. C. S. NEWTON, Treasurer , . . . Homerville, Ga. -WORKERS- DR. JOHN R. CHURCH DR. HARRY BLACKBURN DR. Z. T. JOHNSON E. CLAY MILBY, Singer August ll-21, 1960 COMPLIMENTS OF DOBBINS MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH WIIRLIJ GOSPEL MISSIUN Headquarfersz Marion, Indiana World Gospel Mission, an inlerde- nominalional organizarion wilh 209 mis- sionaries minislering The Gospel on I4 fields around Ihe world. is Ihanlclul lor Ihe missionary zeal of Asbury College. More Ihan one-lourlh of The missionaries of WOM. besides five ol Ihe seven mem- bers of Ihe adminislralive slalil and olher workers in Ihe WOM headquarlers, sludied al Asbury. WOM wishes C5od's besl for Ihe sialil, sludenls and Ihe I96O gradualing class oi Asbury College. HARROD CLEANERS "The Oualiiy PIan+" Licensed Sanifone Service Pickup Service a+ Asbury "On 'Ihe Road +o Damascus" BEALL'S GROVE CAMP Worlcers lor I96O: DR. I-I. M. COUCI-IENOUR DR. DELBERT R. ROSE PROP. LOREN BRECI-IEISEN Phone 456 REV. CLAYTON S. LUCE, Presidenl' oadway I-Iarrodsburg, Ky. DAMASCUS, MARYLAND OF 590 On Your Radio Dial CHEF SEARS CBS in Lexing+on NICI-IOLASVILLE ROAD Compkmmfj of CROUSE BROTHERS TEXACO SERVICE STATION CROUSE BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION CO. DAVID CHARLES KIMBER SAUNIER BROTHERS CQWUMENTS GENERAL BLACKSMITHS OF In Business Since T883 . . . .IESSAMINE CLEANERS Iron Repalrs - Forgung - WeIdmg Sh p g cI R p g FAII Typ T The Besi' in Dry CIeaning L M p 1. "In by I0--0U'I' BT' 5" I53l65S S+ L g+ K + ky C WI IKM WI K I ky KING REALTY COMPANY Y P Y 6- REALTORS Bu+ you can + b y b H Farms: Large 81 Small 5550, """7 . 303 N Hw W I 'r S+ I WILMORE KENTUCKY UI. 8 296i NICI-IOLASVILLE, KENTUCKY Complimenis ol JEAN'S BARBER SHOP Main Sl Wilmore, Ky. Complimenls of HERRIFORD'S DRY GOODS STORE WILMORE, KENTUCKY HOTEL LAFAYETTE LexingIon's Favorile I-Ioiel Besf Wishes "BIBLE HEADQUARTERS" I44 N. Limesione Lexinglon, Ky. SHUMAKER'S Ar+is'I's' Supplies Typewrilers IPor+abIe 8: Sfandardl Complimenls of MASTERS GULF SERVICE 235 E. Main Sl. Lexingion, Ky. IO6 S' I-exlnglon UL 8-ZOSI COmp'Ime'Mf JAY'S UPHOLSTERY at FURNITURE WELLS GROCERY U I Main Sheei- Wilmorel Ky. 3l6 Main Sfreei' Wilmore, Ky. JIM En-uNeToN , 8. . soN COmP'ime'RS of MOTOR . co. eAueH-cox Dodge-Plymou+h Sales and Service NIC!-IOLASVILLE, KY. WILMORE, KENTUCKY PIQNEER' RESTAURANT THE WINDMILL RESTAURANT Reservafions or Packaged Food on fhe Your I-'losi-M. B. Hall Call 9I29 Nicholasville Road THE SPRINGS MOTEL On U.S. 68 one mile soulh OI LEXINGTON, KY. IO0 Air Condi+ioned Unifs-Radio Telephone-Free T.V. in every room QB Dining Room BECKER LAUNDRY CO. Six Locaiions Main Planl'-S. Lime 8: Euclid Vine 8: S. Lime E. High 8: Euclid Wallon 8: Aurora 4'I'h S+. 8: Broadway Soufhland Shopping Cenler Laundry and Dry Cleaning Storage I57, DISCOUNT CASH AND CARRY l202 Versailles Rd. IQ78 I-Iarrodsburg Pike 939 Winchesler Rd. 265 Euclid LEXINGTON, KY. CAMPBELL IIUUSE ll0TEL LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIO RUTI-I B. PAGE Telephone 4-3488 IO6 Esplanade LEXINGTON, KY. "Beau+ifuI complexions and nalural make-up our business" MULLIKIN MOTEL I6 Rooms each wilh 'file Ioalh-New-Modern Beaulyresl' maH'resses-Cen+raI Heal-TV I2 lvliles Soulh oI Lexinglon, Ky. Telephone Nicholasville TU 5-553l Owners-RUPERT AND RUTH PAGE STERLING SILVER CYRSTAL FINE CHINA P. EDW. VILLEMINOT Jeweler - Silver Smilh LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY IO5 Wesl Ivlain Slreel 368 Soulhland Drive Telephone 2-32 IO Telephone 7-732 I COIVIPLIMENTS OE KENTUCKY PRINTING PLATE 00. Prinlers-Engravers LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY 60171106171 ell t6 0 SLEEPY-HEAD HOUSE The SouI'I1's Mos'I CompIeI'e Facfory-Io-Consumer Furnifure Sfore RETAIL DIVISION OF SOUTHERN BEDDING CO. Incorporafed Main a+ Broadway Lexing+on, Ky. ND WORLD'S BEST KNOWN RESTAURANT lne' ' l, Q ' W1 JEAN DIZNEY WILMORE, KENTUCKY COMP'-IMENTS Clean-Comforfable Family Rafes OF LYLE MOTEL Wll.MORE METHODIST CHURCH U- S- 27fEdQe Of TOWN LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Hosf Church of Asbury College ROBERT L- ANDERSON- BD- DD- MRS. PAUL GRAVITT, Mgr. Phone 7-6427 LEXINGTON'S FRIENDLIEST SHOE STORE VVENNEKEHS SHOES Where famous manufadrurers bring fheir values MEN'S - LADIES' - BOYS' 25 - soy, savings l53--:55 Eas+lv1ain Lexing+on, Kenluclcy BEUPUHU I95O Harrodsburg Road Lexingfon, Kenfuc Dial 7-1732 Dial 7-1732 Lafaylette Shopping Eentar Pnrtuitllrle Cummercial A Memorable Year 0 Congratulations to the Student Body and Faculty of Asbury College upon the completion of another outstanding year of accomplishments. 0 The Staff of your annual has worked exceedingly hard to give you a superb book that portrays the highlights of memo- rable activities. 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