Franklin College - Almanack Yearbook (Franklin, IN)

 - Class of 1955

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Page 8 text:

lfirst row: Ar-litli XYiiiiv1-Ie llraclv ett and Kath- "I'liornpson. Semiml row: Heli-n Jvzm KIl'l'lcllziml. Pal- ti Spahr. Tliiril row: Marilyn Ma- jor, llillie- Simwluill, .l-tyco Kniuhl, 3l.ir:5:irr't Cross. w-11 s.4 ,.- 'f Since 1948, Franklin College has had an active chapter in Phi Alpha Theta, national honorary his- tory fraternity. Dr. I. George Blake is faculty advisor, assisted by Miss Mary Owen. Officers for 1954-55 included Joyce Knight, president: Katie Thompson. vice-presidentg Ardith Brackett, secretary: and Billie Snowball, treasurer, ,iq .fr .I 14' Phi AAD! az Them M Sz' Wldl PM Eta Sigma Phi at Franklin College ' the national honorary classical lan2i...g fra'.ein.ty's Delta chapter. Dr. Margaret Powell, a graduate men. ber, is facility advisor for the o 'g',ini.:' tion. There were no active members r chapter this year. but Margaret ' - and Kathryn Wright, freshmen, , ' their pledgeships. These wonv il be eligible for membership N become juniors. Eta Sigma Phi members must h" 'C a major or teaching program in the rlafs ' l ics. ' I.:-lt ln right: l-xziihy l.Xriuln. Ur Nlzir 'ar I Vooell. mlxisor. llziruaret Taylor

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'N i f N First row: Jim Orl-isky. Frzink King, Dtirtmthy Johnson, Nt-Iliv Hrimwn, .luily Univ- cuck, I'fIi.c:ilmth Hivh:ii'il-zim, S.-i-H1141 riixxt Triiily Iioetncs, Vziiwilyii .lu-lil, I.uis. Spell- iniin, Iutlilw Riiln-i'ts, ll:il.- l'f.ltl!n-lnzui, Dick Fisher, .I-:hu 3lv1'l:iiu. Ran' Arnlrmvc Chi Bela PM Furthering of interest in the natural sciences is the aim of Chi Beta Phi, a national scientific honorary fraternity. ol which the Alpha Delta chapter was recently founded liere at Franklin. Requirements for membership in this organization are a 1.5 overall scholastic average with at least a 1.5 average in the sciences, Polential members must have completed a minimum of 20 hours in the science department or be cur- l rently enrolled in enough courses to complete this Qoehour requirement. Besides the above, a student must have shown a marked interest in the field of science to be eligible for membership. Chi Beta Phi met twice a month with a variety of pro- grams throughout the year. and was privileged to have some outstanding figures in the field of sciences as guesi speakers. ' Serving as officers of the group during the 1954-55 school year were Frank King, president: .Iim Orlosky. vice-presr dent: Dorothy Johnson, secretaryg and Dick Heiney. treas- urer. Dr. C. A. Deppe acted as faculty advisor. ,v .fg



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Two qualities necessary in every outstanding' painting are depth and di- mension. An urtistk form and color muy be superb, but if his work is flat and lacks contrust he will not have many patrons. A personk lilo is much the same wuy, The most intellectual, cupublc und sincere person, if hw lacks 11 well- rounded personality. will not he uhle to svll himsvlt' to many pvoplc. Depth und dimension muy he added to owiw collogv studentk life by pair- ticipution in extru-curricular activi- ties. Meinbvrship in Frunlclin's Var- ious clubs, councils und organizations not only giws studt-nts truining in cer- tuin fields, hut ulso offers entertain- me-ni und, most iniportunt, gives the student thi- opportunity to improve his ziliility to work und Cooperate with utlM'1'S. ii 51 ' l u l ' I I I

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