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Page 15 text:
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Paula Wengel, Gene Gorrell, Betty Schmidt. Helen
Risley. Second row: Rosemae Neher, Carol Neese,
Melvina Bailey, Millie Thurston, Nellie Brown.
Third row: Ardith Whipple, Rosalie Fitch, Carolyn
Gitzen. Anna Lou Lawson, Joan Adams. Fourth
row: Nancy Graumann, Marilyn Zellers, Phyllis
Speak, Joann Schaefer, Betty Lou Russell, Joyce
Gordanier. Fifth row: Irene Fuchs, Connie Sunde.
Virginia Spaulding. Mildred Schaefer. Jean Strobel,
Dorothy Sargent. Sixth row: Howard Murphy, Bar-
bara Schaeffer, Phyllis Wertz, Marilyn Shepard.
Seventh row: Keith Heiney, Bob Dole, Richard
Blackmon, Arthur Turner, and Dewey Findley. On
Stairway: Griffith Brackett. Charles Maughan.
Thomas Quindlen, David Taber, Kenneth Chastain.
Charles Speers, Don Lambert. John Atwell, John
Waugaman, and Raymond Spencer,
row: Betty Jo Powell, Wayne Dunbar,
"Churchmanship" was the goal each member of
the College Youth Fellowship strived for this year.
ln many ways they achieved their goal.
Students regularly attended the church of their
choice, actively participating in teaching Sunday
School classes, playing the piano, and singing in
This interdenominational group has worked co-
operatively in outside projects. Every Sunday
afternoon a group of students went to the Masonic
Home hospital where they conducted a short devo-
tional service for the invalids. On Tuesday eve-
nings the group conducted a midweek service at
the Masonic Home and Johnson County Home.
Another highlight of the year occured in the fall
when the fellowship went to the East Side Christ-
ian Center in Indianapolis and did manual labor,
painting furniture, walls and woodwork.
The College Youth Fellowship is also support-
ing a Korean war orphan through their gifts, and
deputation teams have gone to other campuses in
the state to help establish a youth group similar
that of C. Y. F.
Officers of C. Y. F. this year were Gi-n Go 'rel
president: Betty Schmidt, vice-pres 'ei l
Wengel, secretary: and Wayne Dunbar. .isu
Helping these officers conduct Sunday nig' .
meetings are the nine committee cl, 'rmen: pi'
jects, Tom Quindlen: missions, Carojn tiitz
fellowship, Howard Murphy: Christian prol'
Ardith Whipple: promotion, Irene Fdchsg supp
Kay Claibourn. and Christian faith, .lo Ann Fm..
This first year of the C. Y. F. has pr: rl that
denominations can work in harmony.
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First row: Gene Gorrell.
Vera Pacala. Rita Miller,
Irene Fuchs, Ann Mullen-
dore. Second row: Barbara
Schaefer, Sue Scott.
G e 0 r g e Leissner, Don
The Franklin College Christian Association or-
ganizes to guide the students' spiritual life, and is
made up of a representative from each of the so-
Officers of the organization were Rita Miller,
presidentg Gene Gorrell, vice-president: and Irene
Fuchs, secretary-treasurer. Dr. Matthews is fac-
ulty advisor for the group.
The main project of the council is to sponsor
Religious Emphasis Week in March of each year.
During this week, noted religious leaders, both lay-
men and clergy, talk with students and help them
with their problems.
Seminars, special convocations, evening pro-
grams, firesides, and personal conferences make
Religious Emphasis Week a part of the life of
every Franklin College student.
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First row: Pam Boyer, Lois Spellman,
Sue VanAntwerp, Betty Lou Russell, Mil-
dred Thurston, Carole Neese, Joyce Ulrey,
Joann Schaefer, Pam Herring, Jane Stout.
Second row: Barbara Schaefer, Sally Allen,
Irene Fuchs, Elizabeth Richardson, Julia
Secrest, Virginia Megorden, Sue Scott,
Marion Kuechler, Leah Hooker, Martha Lu
Cole, JoAnn Tinkle. ,Third row: Cedric Cox,
Frank Johnson, Dale Armour, Dick John-
son, Bill l-luckabone, Norman Bruner, Irvin
Martin, Don Cornell, Bob Dole, Paul Lan-
sing. Fourth row: Jack Merrill. Joe Paris,
Walter Howard, Randy Norris, Fred Kurtz,
Jim Reffert, John McClain, Joe Kelley, Jim
Steeves, John Pacala.
Show business reached its peak at Frank-
lin when the guys and dolls of the Concert
Choir flew to Miami, Florida in May. ln
Miami the choir sang at the opening ses-
sion of the lnternational Kiwanis conven-
tion and at the womens session before rep-
resentatives from the 48 states and terri-
tories. Other concerts were given in Fort
Lauderdale churches. Trans-Ocean Air-
lines flew the choir to and from Miami free
of charge-courtesy of its president and
Franklin alum, Orvis Nelson.
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