Goshen College - Maple Leaf Yearbook (Goshen, IN)

 - Class of 1926

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J, J, 0 I A A A A A A A 4 fuzulhg 9 FACULTY ff! ., H,, jj! .ff If :fjj X ff , I I rrm1flI,Ifn S5vA f X N7 5 4 M X, f W Ak A ,,,,x-iz X X 'yi F W, X ' X Q W S x N 1 Q V x k 1 A 7' N M, 3 f Q1 N 2 x K r WN 6 3 I xo? 9 W M 9 Z W QW Q06 , f 'Z W w 791 .2 3 5 4 Silo? Us K 7 'Z i 1 ra? 6 My 6 IX N 2 I 2 X DJ, i SANFGRD CALVIN YODER President Uniwersitv of Iona Q. W " f gi f' Q5 f ' " Wf Q N w X , ' f ,' I, Ag mxxvxxxvfaffff - k,,.v-. IU- ,whi K V, VK a WN 'F N ., 1 , , M ,,,. . , gm' .... W - V -I A .. f , 61' , f: ..,..., .1 av- , 'fx-AAL., 4h,..,f1xInc-!i,,....,,.i-:A ,. Q Q , , Y V A . . , , . ., V, 1 , I6 1 - , , , .,,. ' H UU, 4- V X 7 f ,V ,-, , X .V , ,-,, .,,. - XX ' A ' Q? :iuwxxQ5x l11ym' 3? f X V, ,,, 'F W W .Nt Q-Qsfgyff - Ml A Q i t A Q A X r ' ' in ' Xxx f Vg FACULTY h .X 5 ffm: W 2 ' Vg Z, i ff t 11 L i 'T TN S if . 5- 5 no NQAH OYER. Th. B. f' 5 X B. A. Hefston College-3 Graduate Stu- M Q dent, Franklin and Rfarshall Collegcg 1 ig 1 Th. B. Princeton Theological Seminary. 5 Q anus. 3 2 0 5 Biffle A Cf i A fc if 5 f 10 10 Y R 4? N . I u i 'i ii 2 6 i , gg, AEM at K - : 4 X! iw i X Ji f, .1 SAMUEL VV. VVITMERV, RI. A. "I B. A. Goshen Collegeg RI. A. Univer- 1 D sity of VVisconsing Graduate Student Jil, L University of Illinoisg University of B Q 9 Chicagog University of YVisconsin. mu f V Biologifal Sciences i D 1 X 1 K K 'Z 7 7474 'fit ""1f1 W W -vii, ff I Q - N. E -3 .,t fix., .,.. .lvzaf ,, W--Zzkfah-Q ,,4,.ia f i f i mr i 3 i , . rxxxxxxxxxxxirfff V U M 4 K' N47 qs, M K AV -TWV, AAs.xsxxAxxAxSQ XX N 'li ff , """"4tZ'rf1n?A4 1 1 f l .. . , -- - A .f.. . . . 5 Q , 'l'ff"sNwf1:cfrlfl 5' TS il-. ? - -fax? X A f 1 lt , Q 'ff i 'f f , lg gl FACULTY Ulf QQ Ii L ,I 5-5, t fi, lf ' ' i i X ' if . it ?" l 'Vi A DANIEL A. LEHMAN, M. A. f 5 l . . l Ii yl , B. S. Millersville State Normalg Ph. B. Wesleyazl l jf l University, CConn.J 5 M. A. Westerxi Reserve Uni- 'X E versityg Graduate Student, University of Chicago, ' flxq Lick Observatory, University of Michigan, Colum- 3 S bia University, University of Colorado. X , . ' l fllathenzatzrs and Astronomy ll l' V v L n ol Y if X HAROLD STAUFFER BENDER, M. A., B. D., Th. M. 1 ' B. A. Goshen Colle eg M. A. Princeton University, 15 g NN 2 B. D. Garrett Biblical Institute, Th. M. Princeton lol Theological Seminary. Geo. S. Green Fellow in l Old Testament of Princeton Seminary and Student l X Tuebingen University, Germany. If i . X " ' Q History and Bibliml Languages N P f Y l ' . If xl ' lliif 7 ,406 ,IoHN SYLvANL's LTMBLE, M. A. 1 . . if B. A. Northwestern Universityg Graduate Student V University of Chicago, Study Travel in Europe, WM NI. A. Northwestern University. ' Mg English l ll 4 MQ N H l . l Shui li ll Q ABRAHAM E. WEAVER, B. A. I N' A2 B. S. Valparaiso Normal, B. A. Indiana Universityg If Graduate Student University of Chicago, IQ2I-223 M Graduate Student University of Indiana. E f , Kiln g Edumlion i Q f NL gi , Q1 ' l LW l , nhl 3 , l o 1 iw A , ,..,... .. .............. ,.7?,.4,, 74.-tzalylgr.,-s.-WA ff-- mxigpsf """ " ". .fglslidx .........,..,L-, YIM... .... .. .,,,,4.?,,...,G.,.xN..- I y - ffl .... .,.. V. . .. L .,.. L,Lif:.57,,,.. 12 0 . , ,. I , , - , . . I QWiuuqxkm 'll!Ll'n, :Cf in guligif h F! .-,. -Wwasxe x Q7 it Q x ' .W . , ,U . . .ww , , 0 w t P f l tw . X X 0 6 1 9 x 0 f s it '4 FACULTY ALTA MAUD BIALLOCH, M. A. Ph. B. Parson's Collegeg KI. A. Columbia Univer- sityg Graduate student University of Iowag Latin student American Academy, Rome, ltalyg Student under Auspices of University Travel Bureau in Europe. Latin 1:1111 Frmzrh ERNST H. CCRRELL. Dr. oec. publ. Dr. oec publ. University of lllunich CGermanylg Research student in lllennonite History endowed by Bavarian Academy of Sciences C1920-235. Social Svienre and Gernian GUY FRANKLIN HERSHBERGER, M. A. E w Q l ali Q A " A 'ig ""!Rl 1,122 adam-- 1 I li .ii yi 'I x yr O lt li li wb! Nw N, l ill in Student Iowa State Teachers College: B. A. Hess- 351 4 ton Collegeg RI. A. State University of Iowa. Grad- l l X uate student, University of Chicago. , . A N g Ifzstory gf. r l . 911 Ei I lg 43 N lil: FRANK L. BLOUGH. Mus. B. K ' 9 . . . X Graduate Public School llflusic, Tri-State Collegeg pill 9 Pupil of W. H. Aiken, VVooster Universityg llflus. Q, l, Z B. Tri-State Collegeg Graduate Chicago Conserva- ' X tory of Nlusicg Director of lllusic Dept., Univer- sity of Alabama, Summers of 1913-14-I7-18. ll v t 59 fllusia 3 l x l i Y A X 6 lw W lf ,, ' l 3 U .-A.--.'--.--.,-.- - V , , A , , c 'A xssx X xsvbff ' .,,, .. ...,., ..,,.,:,x,W NMWM A ,t w .Nfl 32... Zfi...3Q,,,,.,Z :A y ,. 13 f , ..,, - l -W, - M- 7 W., R , ,.-, w11n,.N ,- ll? NQ'ff"'Wlll WJ' 5 Q V' 7-fi 3' V0 "" ' 1 ls C' 4.1R?:..-..,,2iisz.,,2 I O Lk Q if it 1 FACULTY 2 1 Q l E i N gh RYNOLD BARRETT HOHN, M. A. il ' T B. A. Central Wesleyaii College CMo.Dg A. . 'l University of Nebraskag Graduate Student, Teach- M9 er's College, Columbia University, Summer of 1924, , and year 1924-1925. 1 il , 1 Edumtzozz ll 1? lb 5105 1 1 I , 1 GLENN R. AIILLER, M. S. ' ' ly B. A. Hesston Collegeg NI. S. State University of !. I Q el? Iowa. 1 ' 0 Plzysiml Srielzfe l 11 l ll I l ' I 1 1 il 1' MAREL NIETZLER, B. A. D1 , 5 2 B. A. Goshen Collegeg Graduate Student Univer- .X 12 sity of Chicago. X l Ilomf Eronomirs 1 11 l :1 4 flag yi 1 tl 1 4 . fbi MARX' PEARL IXLOPFENSTEIN, B. A. X l ' Student ll-Iissouri State Normal, Cliirksvillel 5 HA. .7 l-lesfton Collegeg Graduate Student University of Nebraska, 1924.-25. ' 1 ag English and Sjweerh 1 xx i f Z k ui.-fx ' 1 lx 1 il ' 1 1 11 1 - 1 ' -' ..... ....... . . 2. --f- ,,:-., ...aw . . . S. ums-xxxxxx If H.. ....,. . ,. ......,. .. Wir., V, .. ..... . . A. .wud 'W' Q MAWWS- - ' . ' TNR A . -gl, i Qwn. ..... . ' xx - ' .. - C R x . L41 V, 2- ,kan .... .fW.',- , .,.. 11' ,-QL., ',,,..,1ii - f2:Q........:5l . J , 14 h . 1 ,, A , , , L.- . Iow a 'wm ufrfrz f sqft' f m Q e i L FACULTY 3 ' ig 1' i L l 1 f Q .i i X ii N l qu S in . . My fifi ws CHRIS. L. GRABER fill? 5 I , Hg ' Business Illanager if , .. Ml 2. Q A Z ' iitiiif ELIZABETH Hokscu CMrs.J BENDER, B.A. "Wi Nl B. A. Goshen Collegeg Student, Pennsylvania State I adl ' College l , 1 .4 Ml. Y . L , M atm in FT!! f A Q s i. ff joHN F. SLABAIJGH, B. A. l Q B. S. lVIarion.Normal Schoolg B. A. Goshen Col- - Q. l' legeg Graduate llluscatine Art Schoolg Student, In- wi ' , diana State Normal, Indianapolis Art School. My 'V' ll ii. ii U II ff ti . V, I 4 i ii' 'ul ,i ELSIE RIAE LANDIS, A. B. ,, Qi N Elizabethtown Collegeg Academy English and Science. l - I K. vo 1 A li f Q I . i i 4 2 lf 7, ' AMANDA FREY JS s ,V . 3 ,. Dean of W omen fi il: 7x . 0. ,Q . ' H lli' ' W iq A X I " 1' .1ii:'F"V?T A fi w""""' " A' WIfS'f"iw " 2 ' ' e A S -f -' f" . :QCA . --SL, f.44'f"-1. ,Zeb ..... -W2 up 9244 'ff.2,4,f1lliu Q.1gf l nl' l I i "" "' I lv , ,,,f,-'Af ' " 15 ,X.,,.,....Q, , X, A X 3 ,,., u, - f K, ,, It X X- s X, , , ls ""l""llC ESk4e'AQIkIZ IeEf x c ? fall- ' fwfr , X. N ,f - , . . - . A A . 0 - ---fff f-ff' X effff-xsssvp H i i 'ja qi -I 3 , II 2111131 IEUII . X fpyj . t f .l t 4' K 2 ll 4" .Il t. 5 i . il g . if ll 1' tw , . 5 5 r rl 0 Z ' 61 f l r t is. ll lv ll 0 T0 I , ti, v ' I l itll! f w . ll t . l l 1 livin jf l l r l I n ll l f to l 5 l Q 1 1? , ill l ' john David Brunk, son of the late Samuel and Susanna Brunk, was born near Harrisonburg, l lt Virginia, March 13, 1872, passed away at his home near Elkhart, Indiana, February 5, 1926, - lg aged 53 years, to months and 23 days. He united with the XVeaver Mennonite Church near ,J I Harrisonburg when he was sixteen years of age, and remained an active member throughout 8 , . . .. his entire lite. n ll X On September 2, 1897, he was united in marriage to Mary Kate Martini of near Hagers- ,W town, Maryland. To this union were born eight children the two oldest, Salome and Harrv 1 ll v . . . - . in ' l , 4 Samuel, are deceased. He is survived by his wife, stx chtldren, Carreno Brunk Brown, Her- ' Y Ml mtonc, -lohr. lX.tlton, Neimanr Arthur, Fannie Susan Mary Elizabeth, and one sister, Anna E. l X, X 1 Brunk. ',' l l Brother Btunk spent his life as a teacher of music. After having been trained in some of ill ' f? the well established Music Conservatories of the New England States and of Chicago, he spent f three years teaching Music in VVest Central Academy, Mt. Clinton, Va., Five years in Bridge- lu' water College, a college of the Church of the Brethren, Bridgewater, Va., and in 1906 he came 4 to Gosher, College as director ot the School of Music, a place which hc fi'led until 191-I-. The P g following few years were spent tn 'field work for the Church during which time he visited , ', dll? many congregations, giving instruction in hymn singing, and helping congregations to better it t f appreciate the best hymns of the Church. 7 lil 1 , - .... . . . ' Vlg Phe later ye-ars were spent tn conducting a Studio for music instruction tn both Goshen W, and Elkhart, Indiana. ln the early months of r9a5 he was again elected Head of the Music f Department of Goshen College, but on account of ill health he was unable to continue his work 'l 1 t , beyond the summer term. Mm : l Q 03, . X ' I S I ll , l I ,, ...... .,.. Raza .. .. .. , -lfwyxg ,s,,x,,,,iN',Z ,k i ,,.. ,,,,,. as ,--a .X . 5 me f 4 ..,. .....nw ...Q,a.- .-y ,,,,,,,,,,l9 4mmJhn, Mkkl. I aywwffgq . l la Q lg I , ., .. . I ' 1 at lff'4w4sQww'v1f , " 7- 2 'ZCZMSYVTE!"'Wf7"7T2 . -Q fe es W-7' f . lls ewfllig.. tai' X t. - .. , , . .. ,W ,, ., . .. 1' . T I Brother Brunk was one of the early leaders of the Church to recognize the need of a I I Hymnal thas would be an expression of thc fundamental beliefs of the Mennonite Church. As a young man he encouraged the different conferences to appoint music committees to publish at KI' hymn book for the Church. The Virginia and Ohio Conferences appointed such committees, T2 and the work was begun. Brother Brunk as editor was assisted further by an Advisory Com- , mittee consisting of A. B. Kolb, C. Z. Yoder, Noah Stauffer ,and a Compiling Committee con- Q sistingj oi Eli S, Hallman, D. D. Miller, and J. S. Shoemaker. The first edition of the Church X and Sunday School Hymnal was published in IQOZ. lx , A few years later ,the Church felt a need for more Gospel Songs suitable for Sunday School X and the Xoung Peoples Meeting, and a supplement was added to the Church and Sunday School PQ Hymnal, under his editorship. His next published work was Educational Vocal Studies in 1912. This is a method book in , elementary sight singing and graded exercises and songs, a series of studies for those who are I U interested in further study of music in preparation to be song leaders in local Churches. . After the supplement to the Hymnal had been used for a number of years, a Gospel Song Book was phublghefi bydthe Chugch uradel: hlis Edlitorslluip. This book islentittrdlliife fSolngs, ang , ff, maintains t e 1 ea s an princip es w ic t e uxc attem ts to insti in t e i e o t e yout I under her care. P 'N At the General Conference of the Church, held at Harrisonburg, Virginia, in 1919, he Y' again called to the attention of the leaders of the Church the need of a new hymnal, which Og would more adequately meet the needs for worship, to be used in the regular worship services , 1 of the Church. The committees there appointed tn prepare the hymnal had as leaders, C. Z. I Yoder, chairman of combined committees, S. F. Coffman, chairman of Hymns Committee, and W , J. D. Brunk, chairman of Tunes committee. These committees have had a number of meetings during the past six years in preparation for the new Hymnal. Their last meeting was held in ll 2 the home of Brother Brunk during the holidays just past. Their work has been completed with Q the exception of securing the permission for Copyrights of songs to be used. Brother Brunk lo had hoped to have the manuscript ready for the press by the last of January. l 4 He left one other completed manuscript ready for press which has not been published. l which is called "Salvation Story." This is a number of Gospel songs largely composed by l, l himself to words composed by John VV. Wayland. In this he presents through song, the Life 3 of Clhrgtbfrom its beginning until the resurrection, pointing out the way of salvation according A to t e 1 e story. 7 if Brother Brunk was not only a compiler of songs suitable to the needs of the Church, but he ,1 was one of the few men in the Church who wrote hymns and Gospel songs in the spirit of l the Church. During the last few years he wrote many songs to fill this need, which have not fp been published. l The passing of Brother Brunk is a great loss to Goshen College ,and a still greater loss to 42 the work of the Church in the field of music. x ,X Funeral services were conducted at the residence by Bro. J. S. Hartzler, and at Goshen College by Sanford C. Yoder and Noah Oyer, on February 8. The message was based on the ,M words of the Apostle john, in Revelation 14:13. Interment was made in the Prairie Street Cemetery, Elkhart, Indiana. l ly ' 1 fl' Ag 1 .l f 1 RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT AND CONDOLENCE Ml On February 9, at a special meeting, the Faculty adopted the following resolutions of Q R respect and condolence: 2 VVhereas our Allwise Heavenly Father has seen fit to call from the scene of his earthly I labors our dear brother and fellow-worker, john D. Brunk, and K VVhereas we had looked forward with much pleasant anticipation to his association with us in the education and preparation of our young people for the duties of life, and lg Whereas we feel keenly the loss of our brother ,not only as it affects our work in the col- LDZ lege but also in the wider and larger field of the musical interests of the Church, be it 6 Resolved that, although we feel a deep sense of sorrow in the passing of Brother Brunk, Xl ,Z wc how in humble submission to the Divine VVisdom and that we extend to his bereaved wife ' Q and family our hearty expressions of sympathy and condolence in their deep bereavement, and ' Q be it further X Resolved that a copy of these resolutions be forwarded to the bereaved, that they be pub- ' lished in the College Record, and that they be spread on the official records of the Faculty. ll , ' 2 7. fI"'I' M I"""'. iris. . MWwm" " """" """'t't ' S3 . -A :NIV 7:1 '... . ,,,., s v, aa . c - f. f 2241 ..,.....- 4 '11, ,,., vffizaa., 54 ,,..f1vv1iiZ4..,.......,W, . as . , -,d l 17 r S W x -I' ,K - 'M iv ff - 1 ' "' K ' , 5 E 'B 7 ' ,., X N . V E 4 'V H X..z I In Z 'X ii STUDENT AssisTANTs Q h x ii i i X K, N li I 'v f 7,l f i x i T50 5 I i RQ X Z li S I i "0 K K, ji 3, 3 l if 'f i i Qi lo 5 Q 3 V l ,I 1 Ni li ii! is Hi li li gm 'u l i V f -xxx ' . 'I llluxx i l i-I f Ap? F' '- 'J' L? h H, fs ' , s ' .5.. '- is i x.Q, ,, , 1 ,, ' o s if- 5 7 ...-.1,,,gQ.bZg4,A asg Ai L i, 4,,A. ,,. ., i ii, . i l l If, i g bl 5. i gui Wifi lv illi! il vlllll I Quai i 'I : ik? Mi W? X ,ri l 'JN ' . l l E! 1 :li bf' f ml fi ii' ij! i 1 1 H ji i . i 55 Albert Hershberger Gladys Louclcs Clive VVyse I. E. Burkhart S Algebra Bible Physical Ediibaiibii Bible W. T. Stalter Esther Brunk lVilliam Swartzendruber Delmar Hershberger 1 ,ii Botany Ass't. Librarian Zoology Physics ix hw E' ii! ll. Ji , Q , f L. 5. Wcldv lVIrs- lxatie Trover Sup't. of Buildings Cuisinicre JJ I V 3 s ' M ,, so . sW,M .,., W i . , , X NA i. h',. bss. i ,, , ox , M Z 5 G We i as as Z ...... ,i i..a,,y s i N af lliii' I i 'gf f L ill , is V .5 i i' i , h i BQ 4 . - , 4 b I - 'Q YN - h I K I 14 :J - . b i 7' 2. gf, V. 5 - b . J ' 7 ii A 'I 1 I l lbw fi il . i . o ' ff? i l . ' , mn 18 f F A r-y-og f - - -HF :'- "2 ar hw , L' 1'lQL,,- bhidnz' af!! 'inf Ali BUIUYB Y. - '1 .'1 Jr -', J, 0 I 'I 'Qlr . ...." .' .54-f Ei fl -'-1-if.-if I ' li! ' .- - ' ,' , N I ., ,:' Wi C' I ' "-- -1' . f: .Ei '.:Z'11' rr 1-.I 5 '.'-.f 'i' :-2 ' M F .j wr , nl X .-.. ru Tl -12- .yilz l N J '. W I I x I . 1 HI uf I L I xl ' 4I! U E 5, H l W gli ','.: MI it: 1 all A' ' wil ll! I 5: 11 , NX,x y A ffl ? ..1,.. ,, 5 ri-.,,,,- Senior Hrstorq Sadie Hartzler A history! A record where so much must be omitted and so comparatively little included! VVe were represented in our Junior year by eight members in all. Two dropped out during the year and one entered. This year two new members were added while two did not return to the class. So we are six. Y 1 ,,, W, . ,. , ,. X -X, Yi 7 X, ...A ff WWA qful!lIlll"f S , 5' E Ks - 47 f W lr ' .X , 5 s ' aw - X A , ' " ff fekf' fee Q , I VVe were, as six distinct channels, blended into one. For a short time we ran our course together. Three of us came from Iowa. One has not wandered far but has his home in this fair state. One comes from Canada, and yet another from Ohio. Before we came together here most of us had been in other schools, some of us have had the helpful experience of teachingg some have had work by correspondence from state institutionsg and what has helped to make our lives more complete-we all came from the farm. From North, East, and VVest we came to spend a few years together having a common aim-to receive further training for life's work. Only a short time ago and we were 11015 aware of each others existence. But we met. What a big, all-embracing thing friendship is. As we met we saw in each other characteristics that were beautiful and helpful and worthwhile. Because of it our ideals,were raised just a little higher. On the other hand, as we met opposite tendencies sometimes arose, they bade us build our fortifications stronger. So have we met-now that our history comes to a close we part. VVe part- 1l0t to forget each other but to get strength as we rememberg we part-with the ideals of an institution making our lives bigger and better, we part-richer because of the work of the classroom, the helpful guidance of conscientious instructors, and the spiritual influences of a christian school. VVe are glad we met. VVe. regret that parting comes so soon. As we look back over our past experiences we must believe that another will besides our own was planning the direction of our paths. We did not come together as a group of people miscellaneously thrown into each other's company. We were brought together to learn better the mysteries of life about us. We desired to prepare for more efficient service. As we look back we fear we have often fallen short of the goal we anticipated-not because of any fault on the part of others, but from our .own lack of endeavor. There are other factors in the history of a class. VVe have thoroughly enjoyed our associations with the members of the other college classes. You have done much- much more than we realize-to make our school life what it was. As we met you in the halls, in the classroom, in our games, in .our religious meetings you were a source of inspiration-an inspiration that will go with us as we leave. Q Then there is another factor. As we think back, how much is due after all to the faculty with whom we met. How much these few short years are bound up and interwoven with the ideals and influences of the leaders of our Alma lllater. The time spent here will always be a bright spot on the pages of our memories. Because -you have been a most potent factor in our history we shall always look back to you with appreciation and highest regard. "Go thou thy way, and I go mineg And 'God keep watch 'tween thee and me' Apart, yet not afar. This is my prayerg Only a thin veil hangs between He looks thy way, He looketh mme, The pathways where we are. And keeps us near." I ............. X 4- L:,4-1--f Atiiv-vxxxxxxviflf -- ---f- -- -s. ---, -Txvwfgf: 'QNX fx f I ,, ,Y- t,ttg53ff, I ..... 'vw .,,'f-haggj.-a,,..,fuvu.-1-19Z4..... WW 20 I ,.,, , - x- 7 . l ' 1 slY'4"""'X wwf Qs I 5' fs ' N A f . Q safllllll. fm 4. tt., f fwf J X x ' ' .5 , ,gt SENIORS x IQ i 7 ln MELVIN GINGERICH - - - Ixalona, Iowa 4. lbiajors-English, History Q . I Aurorag Graduate Hesston Academy l2Ij 1 Hesston College ,225 Iowa Public School fn Teacher ,ZIQ Iowa State University summer - 1 '25g Christian Worker's Bandg Pres. of Class I , '25, '26g lwaple Leaf Stall ,255 Y. P. C. A. f ' Cabinet '25g Pres. Y. P. C. A. '26g Capt. ' Senior Debating Teamg Aurora Pres. '25g 0 f Athletic Associationg Tennis Associationg 3 Pres. Student Council ,25. I 1 , Diligence, determination, and moral courage 1 l spell success for him. Statesmen would do 4 well to copy his code of morals "Is it right?" Inj not "Is it popular ?" il Illolto: "The Lord is my Slzelilzerzi, I shall ' l not iL'1171f.U 9 l .g r l l if . :lag SADIE HARTZLER - - - VVooster, Oh1o ' 4 V Ma'ors-En lish, Bible f J g X' Vesperiang Graduate Smithville H. S. '14.g 49, Teacher in Ohio Public Schools '15-'2Og Stu- l dent Eastern lVIennonite School '20-,235 ,N Wooster Summers '14, 'I53 Y. P. C. A. Cab- ' inet '26, Christian Worker's Bandg Student : Council 7263 Ivlennonite Historical Society- Xl Stax, , l She is not alwavs heard, nor always seen, 9' . ' . 2 but is ever present to assist in worthy enter- V prises. Her modesty, conscientiousness, and If noble ideals win the esteem of all. lp 1 flffottot "To run zviih patience the rare fllflf is , 'l set." Q 2 z -I c W.. ,..,... .......... . WW W v :ff-.. sxxXxxXxX.mf11 .WWSXQ . ...,....,. ,I.'.?Kv4W ..,. ,Wy wp ill, " 7 'LST e 35,14 f f .. ....t fvY'v',..,,.'fv7" 1 ' l .f1l . -1 .f t ' Zvffffflff " 21 4 f . git-4wi Q :',mnIllW7 -5 .ffg W f,..fw7"f?:s? X 4 F ,, Z 'ca ias:i1.,.1,,L wrt Q , ' 1 if S 'M ' T Christus lmperator gy, CChrist is Loran w Q A: g In the twentieth chapter of the Gospel of John we have given the record of an H outstanding event in the relationship of Christ and his disciples. It is the story of 5 , Thomas and Jesus in that moment of moments when the doubter is commanded to X l place his finger in the nail print, and to thrust his hand into the spear-riven side. The heart of Thomas melted within him, and in faith believing he answered: "lVIy l V, Lord and my God." His doubts were swept away. They found their culmination l ,Q and climax in worship and adoration. He may have been a doubter, but to doubt is n human. The other disciples too would see before they believed. In every case the I , result was the same. To each one Jesus became Christ the Lord. I YVe too, tonight, call him Christ the Lord. Our misunderstanding hearts some- ,1 times covet an experience identical with that of the disciples. Our imagination would of lead us back with lXIary lXIagdelene toithe door of' the .empty tomb, there firstito IQ ' f meet him face to face, and first to call him, "Rabbon1, which is to say lllasterug with X Peter and john into the sepulchre to witness the forsaken graveclothes: with the Q, disciples to the upper room where he breathed on them the Spirit of Peaceg or even fi y N with Thomas to be commanded to reach hither our finger. But Friends. retrospect is ,' f Q useful only insofar as it does not obscure our prospect. Our Lord promised to give ' log us a Comforter in his stead. One who should tell us the things that then we could T0 5 l not bear. One who should lead and guide us into all truth. One who should show l unto us the things of the Blaster himself. One who should be an interpreter of ' , the revealed VVord. And to this YVord we turn for a few glimpses at the lklajesty I l , of the Lord jesus Christ. One of the outstanding truths is the utterance of Paul wherein he makes him 5 6 the Lord of time, of creation, and of eternity. "By him were all things created, N wg that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible. Alllthings were ' D! created by him and for him: and he is before all things, and by him all things consist", B ' CCOI. 1:16-i7D. This sweeping utterance reaches back to the "beginning," back to X 4 the infinite and the eternal. Reason follows to the brink of infinity, there to pause , and gasp at the stupendousness of the revelation. Is there actually such an one whose E A existence is not from time immemorial, but from eternityg with whom finite mortals ll I ,, are vitally connected, and thereby assured of immortality? , ' , The apostle says, "In him all things consist." He is the controlling agent of 0 ii the universe which he brought into existence. The abounding and endless forms of ' life, the circling worlds, the planets seen and unseen, all have their existence, their V y" 1 center, and their unity in him. He is the creator of them all. "VVhether, in the - , X M heavens above, we think of the rolling spheres pursuing their trackless way through K 1 countless milleniums, or of those myriad shining intelligences who on hovering wings , 9 are ever ready at the divine command to 'post o'er land and ocean without rest' ,- li g all were created by our Christ and for him. And, whether, in the earth beneath, We r f think of its massive mountains, or its fearsome forests, or its swelling seas, or its 4 rushing rivers, or its limpid lakes, or its priceless hidden treasures, or its limitless life l 2 in the ocean, on the earth, and in the air, rational and non-rational,-all were created ' ' Q by our Christ and for him." Q , ff But this is too wonderful for us. The rationalist revolts, and the man of faith 1 S is overwhelmed. Each thinks that such stupendous truth cannot be so simply explained. , S Each would ask: "Was not the universe always in existence ?" But the word always A 9 involves endlessness, infinity, and we cannot conceive infinity either of things visible "f will L . x x' T' ' t W f ' Z I4 iMNv""" """"" ' r'r" ., ' I J Y ,245 ..,.....- M .,,:fr,'24.a.,'f..fa,....msiaf?2...Q....1,-Wq?M 22 ,X 5 7 ' i ff 'f'- l .1 ff 'ww f -2 - my, Qxxx ,:,, - .wf mms l .i ,,,, , . Wic4QxxQ llllffffll f 5 ? if YI? ? lg W' E X ,F - v , A is Xxxx Qgta-ai.,,1,,,,eiQz4,,,,,e,taif 'f N I u 4 1 : ' N I 3 f' L SENIORS I' X '75 ill- I ,W Qc ' l if x i X Q s il . . I. 7, f x tml ' il X EDVVIN L. NVEAVER - VVakarusa, Indiana I v . . . l ix'IZijOI'S-Ellgl1Sl'1, Latin 1 I I by Adelphiang Graduate VVakarusa H. S. '2Og 3 Q ' lllanchester College Summer ,245 Indiana il Public School Teacher ,2O-,245 Y. P. C. A. Q?" Cabinet '26, Record Staff y25, '26: Editor-in- Il S Chief of Record '26g Philharmonic Chorus S Q ,253 Illennonite Historical Societyg Athletic Association: Tennis Association. i Illoderation is not found in many people ,W ,N and in such various Ways as in Edwin. He W .ln has the commendable and somewhat scarce gift ' l ,i l, of minding his own business. Ililost of his say- 3104 ings have a tinge of philosophy in them. U l flloltoi "That I may inou' I'IfllI,H -ill ' I 1 f "S rg ' Nm' OLIVE G. NVYSE - - - VVayland, Iowa N i lg IVIajors-Home Economics, English Vesperiang Graduate Wayland H. S. ,225 l X 4 Iowa Wesleyan College ,23, '24g Christian 'vhli Worker's Bandg Y. P. C. A. Cabinet '26g Y, ll Student Council '25, '26g Sec'y of Mennoiiite , Will i al, Historical Society '26, Associate Editor of i f fl Maple Leaf '25, '26g Sec'y of Class ,25, '26g , I Philharmonic Chorus '25g Ladies' Chorus ,255 K n Vesperian Vice-Pres. '26g Assistant Teacher in 2, W N Physical Education '26. f lib VVise beyond her years is this Iowa maiden. l ,IQ l She is capable of great undertakings and faith- 'Q' , Q ful in their discharge. She is a happy combi- l: nation of friendliness, seriousness, and Whole- ul" heartedness. , X I r - - w Zlfotio: ' Get Wzsdonz, but u'zth all thy get- K 'V lv ting. get understanding." 3 l 5, V 1 V .f ' 9 In - I- Q a I. -- .-.--.- N-kwplilqy' F - 4: XsXwXXXvlI1 .,,,,7,g ..,. X,. . .. ,,.,, ska, W .,,A,, ,,,. M ucyfxvwxvxxw ku Il I 4 Q W-' --A-l fl - - - f Xb- -i 1 :I 2 i..T.fv4fzf , wqfem ,,,...uvv -lgQE WM7P?lSllyJ, 23 Q K. l s I my ii , , ..., ' l ,fffw f-ff. - , f111 X 'ff.1.v rf1.N-N X- , ,, 1 ,W ,f,. V, X , i 1 Y If ll sENIoRs Y . S1 J X or invisible. Our imagination can sweep back over multiplied milleniums, backward N and backward into the glimmering dawn of the hoary past, but not infinitely back- ' ll ward. Again, reason pauses on the brink of the infinite and confesses that there W l E must have been a beginning. But it cannot conceive of the act of creation. It cannot ,ii l understand how something could be made out of nothing. It can understand how i something could be made out of something. It can even comprehend how something M ilf ll .l could evolve from the amoeba. But it cannot comprehend an infinite and eternal Qi ll h i creator who was before all things and in whom all things consist. Reason leaves l E l us in hopelessness. It has no answer for the existence of the things about us. Revela- ,' l 110 tion refers us to Christ the Lord who is the image of the invisible God, the creator -l of all things: whether they be thrones or dominions, or principalities, or powers: all 11 5 things were created by him and for him. ,J ff If Christ is Lord of creation it follows that he must be the Lord of life. Paul - 1' 1 says, "In Him we live and move and have our being." Not only is he the cause of T of our existence, but also tllle cause of folur continuedhexistencs. gffdhe brought us Iinlto F I Z being, if he made us in is image, i e gave us c oice an se - etermination, i e '3 was made "in the likeness of menu and died for us, it then follows without fail that N ! y he will never cast us off if we make him Lord. VVe are his by creation, we are his W by preservation, we are his by redemption, we are his by consummation. fl 1 ln our quest for an explanation of life science gives us no consolation. Vernon ff le l Kellogg, a present-day leader in scientific fields, says it has not enlightened him to any ra Q degree about the origin of life or of conscience. Nor has it answered the question N y l which he most often and most insistently asks, and most wants answered: whether ix N J he has an immortal soul or not. He says it has never explained and does not know. l ll f Science pauses with reason on the brink of the infinite. Life has its origin beyond that ,Q ' ' unknown shore. It emanates from him in whom all things cohere. i lf f , The Lord of life will indeed bear some relation to death. Life and death are A fl, if eternal opposites. Jesus claimed lordship over both when he said: "I lay down my Q2 Hg life that I may take it again." The great foe of mortals is death. Our first parents ,Sf 9 realized this. Adam, however, clung to the promise of a Redeemer who should over- L l vig throw the prince of -death. He called his wife's name Eve "because she should be M the mother of all living." Her seed came forth in due tune, a partaker of flesh and ' 1 f blood. As a partaker of Hesh and blood he became a partaker of death, and every ' g 9, human heart would know if "through death he could destroy him who had the power Q E of deathv? If he lays down his life, can he take it again? This question burned N itself into the lives of the early disciples. Their answer was given in the negative. They knew not that he would be raised again. They knew not that it was impossible ' I , for death to hold him fast. They understood not that if he would conquer their tbl enemy he must close with him in battle. They knew not that if a sacrifice would be l Q l V sufiicient to liberate from death it must itself partake thereof. If he would be the 1 4 Lord of life he must prove himselfl the Loig over death. If "death is swallowed Q up in victory' then can we exulting y cry: " death, where is thv sting? O grave 'X where is thy victory? Thanks be to God which giveth us the victory through our 5 Lord jesus Christ." Upon this fact stands the structure of the Christian Church. il bg The existence of the church is the first and final proof that he rose again. If he lx' 2 has not risen again then our faith is vain. The resurrection is the keystone of the Q X ,W Arch of Triumph over death. lt is the rock on which the waters of unbelief and Q scepticism have dashed themselves to spray for nineteen hundred years. It is a monu- ment bearing the inscription: "I am he that liveth, and was dead, and behold, 'I am Wm Z ahve forevermoref' The natural man stands with reason and science upon the brink 'S wb ' T t gxqgriiivr s 'i1',i ""ff ' ssss 24 1 . T- I ,, . , G , , , , tex ,W ,H ,N A r--lr NIf"MNW"'fLff!If - " 5 fs a y. 2 'F My X' A -'2 f NF Q- 4 , !.:t.i2:j1.,.1,,2Qz4,,,. ..sMi X li ' ' r -i i Y "Z :QQ sl-ZNIORS NN! C Vin., yi ix i 1 2 .i x Y4 V f IRVIN E. BURKHART - Drayton, Ontario 1 ,xii i N Major--History E Adelphiang Graduate ,Hesston Academy ri il S 3 ,22Q Hesston College ,23, '24, '25g Pastoriof Q, Hesston College congregation '25g Christian ll W Worker's Band, Y. P. C. A. Cabinet, lklen- ill lk. nonite Historical Society, Student Councilg J 'i Editor-in-Chief of lNIaple Leaf ,261 Senior l , J Debating Teamg Philharmonic Chorusg Adel- 21 ' :ll V phian Pres. '26g Tennis Associationg Athletic X Associationp Assistant Teacher in Bible. .ilu He is studious in his habits, and positive N L in his views of the higher things of life. He in has a properly balanced amount of sociability, +0 il I humor, and spirituality. N I lllotto: "To ronzprehend the inrorlzprelzensiblf N fi l depth of eternal truihf' N l ' i l K I I, J ALBERT HERSHBERGER - - Kalona, Iowa 5 DZ lwajors-lNIathematics, Physical Science V X X Aurorag Graduate Hesston Academy ,22Q A Iowa Public School Teacher '24, Y. P. C. A. 4 Cabinet ,25, '26, Record Stal? 125, '26g lNIen,s 1 , Chorus '25g Philharmonic Chorus '25, '26: W Pres. Athletic Association '26, Pres. of Au- ll i rora Society ,251 Tennis Association, Student i Lecture Board '26, Student Council '265 Sen- ior Debating Teamg Capt. Varsity Basketball l Team '2 , ,265 Assistant Teacher in Algebra xv 1 6 D L Q E 2 . , S E I Q lndustry seasoned with a little play seems U ll ll 2 , . . . . 7 to be Albert s way ot getting along. Brilliant i in intellect, sturdy in purpose, he will make lx 3 , . . i , his mark 111 the world. M I l l I .. ,, 4 X fllotfo: Br' llzorough. ' E, 2, f lift 2 1,5 T T ni ml 5 jf 5 l 2 I -'l -4 , ' E 7 ,,,. .,.......... . WW W , ,v ,, H w Ccacxxcfmf, ,W k..,?,, , ., ...., .,.. , Wm., ,J ,,,,Q,.,.-c,.,c., .1 A - ""' 23 - Q : S' - f fm- , ,,,'Ii,hZ2'ZgZiQ-Z,,.,f1n i,.I7y,F, -' if .Q " 25 TT l-1 I k -nf. fag- 17 fm, . xx -fa-.wml sv .1 ,,v,,- . RQKWQKK IIIUW ,is ' 53 fe 9 5 if api ' ' - " ' - .v - f , f N sax - ww w, In 1 X 1 , i Q SENIORS . 5 M5 ill-if wil Y l if l li ' l R l is 1 l 7 3 l 4 Q0 i li f E. i 'f l lg To I . l 4 ig C E ' Y' KC ' 7, I 5 X of the unknowable and with lx1COdCII1LlS of old he asks: How Can these things be? ' They cannot be unless the Lord of life has been raised from the dead, and has become in the first fruits of them that slept," thereby dissolving the dominion of death. gg l 2 Our last glimpse shall reveal to us, not the Lord of eternity, not the Lord of V life, nor even the Lord over death. but the Lord of Glory. Upon the conclusion of S the plan of Redemption God "highly exalted him and gave him a name which is above in every name: that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, and every tongue , li ,nl confess that Jesus Christ is Lord to the glory of God the Father." He is crowned 7 with glory and honor. The book of Revelation calls him the Son of Man, the Son ll is . of God, the Faithful and True Witness, the Root and Offspring of David, the 5 lx Morning Star, the King of Kings, the Lord of Lords, the Alpha and the Omega, , ' l the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End. Surely the culmination of time i Q N, will reveal things glorious to behold. The eternal city will have its consummate limi magnihcence in the Lord of Glory. The new heaven and the new earth, the new i R 6 Jerusalem, the city foursquare, promise a consummation full and complete. In that Q, L, g day there will be consummate redemption, for "there shall be no more curse3" con- l summate authority, for "the throne of God and of the Lamb shall be in it 5" con- X ,VZ summate obedience, for "his servants shall serve him 5" consummate fellowship, for , ,Di "they shall see his face," consummate adoption, for "his name shall be in their fore- xw 1 Z headsf' consummate blessedness, for "there shall be no night there 3" and consum- i My mate glory, for "they shall reign forever." With Paul we turn our faces "unto the fl' W 5 King eternal, immortal, invisible, the only God, who is the blessed and only Poten all Q tate, the lxing of Kings and Lord of Lords." mt X 5 IRVIN E. BURKHART ' 1 I l ,lb Z s l 4 7 ' 2 ,f ,...... -. ........ Q LWLL . ,L .,,. --.,, N, -- f, W., ........ , X L? .c.. W ,,,. Z0 XXx sa w - W E Atl' La . x . . ,, ' ' I , Q X 'sum s , . I ff W. . f 7 -A ...iw .M , , , l lv . c 7 X sf ' - as W2 ffff sh . " 5' ' . sift X A . ,,, , W, I 0 ..,...,.,,, Q... .,,,,,.xmxXx Q . I .xx Q I I lg 5 ax, ll' . Commencement llleelc Calendar Q IP 11 xi l l l S x N I W ' Friday, June -l- to Wednesday, June 9, 1926 i I lg FRIDAY. June 4 , ly ,f Emblem Oration of the College Senior Class - l0:00 A. M. l N I +L Academy Senior Program ----- 8:00 P. M. 5 ll E I f 90 2 SATURDAY, June 5 3 l Musical Program, Philharmonic Chorus -- - - S:00 P. IW. as i wi Uv l SUNDAY, June 6 lol Missionary Sermon -'--- 11:00 A. RI. 1 Z2 Missionary Program 2:30 P. M- 9 Xll Baccalaureate Sermon v- - - - 8:00 P. ll. x li ' ll - l X I l .1 'lg MoNDAY, June 7 .. l l ll l Senior Class Program - - - - - - 8:00 P. M. ll 7 D 1 R Invocation - Dean Noah Oyer B f Class Presentation - Olive G. Wyse if Address - Edwin L. Weaver ' lx M ' Music - - - Quartet g D Gift Oration Melvin Gingerich .U Q 1 Address - Albert Hershberger Ql gil' l Class Oration - Irvin E. Burkhart , ,W ' Music - - - - - Quartet ,A l Ml Breaking the Wreath - - - Sadie Hartzler IK i 'If 1 K TUESDAY, June 8 IZ! Alumni Banquet - - ---- 6:00 P. M- Ill , l , ' al WEDNESDAY, June 9 xl. 5 Final Chapel and Devotional Meeting - - - 10:00 A. M. ld A N College Luncheon - - - 1:00 P. M. ,Il ,l l Commencement Address - - 8:00 P. M. W X' 'll 8 r ' 1 """ """"", X Qi "fa "" .t " Q' M7222 A7 ' """ ' " g Yfwi xx Xxxxx xi " ...sv ' " H -' -wma H - -----W, .As ws-----., . r ., -Allis X :1 fx Q- IMIIWX ..,,. ., .....,: A 27 .-,V H, ff,L,'.:,,' , , . ,, , !""'W"?F- ,f-frfvr-xii, N sift: f' 4-1 'Th -- . - 4 .- fn-.ff :ff-if Y 1, .wa fs- . f ,m Vx Q ' -aff: 'V L- ' I frfi,-1:-Q ,Q X, 1, h fs: ' :eval 'QQ-1 as fa 1 fr ,xf J ,X 4 ' 1:f:?f,i--.1S2272:-1,i..:ff1a?51,-QQ, gg 553: 5'f, ,i Lgg , LM ff?-l'?N .li f R4 ,, ,FJ 44-.4-Y-. , xg, g ,W ,QW 1 Hr' ' u' H Uv :iw ' if W Ms 1. W1 l LM! . H11 luv N . 1 W' Q x, ' fi I ,.N L: 5: W fl Q Wm W H j MXQJN 1. 3' I 'N www X' 1 H" fg Q X . 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Yoder gl I fi ' uv 5 nf 'L f I Dal Treasurer W- Swartzendruber i ll 1 It , Q l ll l H s Y 1 Qlll i zjl' ll ly 2 f l' l :lr X . g I kg l l 0 i ' l , lil, ESTHER BRUNK Lyman, Miss. 'X ' l 'Q Esther is dignified, deeply conscientious, rather l t, L quiet and reserved but a capable student. People ' ' U and books are her greatest interestsg her aim, M lg xl, nobility of character. , f ll. il S4 tu l . ,N t .5 t it . S W . 52 it 'lk CHARLES FRICKE Chicago, Ill. gl W i' 1 dlp ti Lots of pep and an ever-ready laugh dis- B 6 Q tinguish this Chicago lad. His wide interests A . 66 and ability as a speaker and artist cause his ser- W tl l vices to be in a constant demand. f tg I 4 ,il ly. l l l X. Xlb I A k Q r ' Y 1 l tl l 4 ls ll 2 AMANDA FREY Archbold, Ohio , W Miss Frey ig energetic, fond of walking and V ' outdoor life. She is a diligent student, and a frank tx DQ and open-hearted friend. The girls do not find her l A l to be as cold and unfeeling as the title, "Dean of I lbw XVomen", would imply. f a 1 l 3 x Q 3 ml ? A .. b 2 : Z S I j ,,, ,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,J au.:-I as vpmxxxxxxxiffl W, ,, , - , H ,,,,,Y,, 1 ,X-at M V f fi .0 .wir-ZH., Ss Y 4 x , .rm .15 .V V st ..1.. wwls...c,,,.,,..,ikh , fl , WH - f- fa' ff f X X 1 f f !' 1 ....... www N ,,,. wkwqem ,,,...fuv JV W, 30 A 1 , A .W,,.r,.wexQNwIlrLlf 7sXQWK,,,,, in A . W so X 4 am X XC- 7 ,W b , . f, SE, A Q ,VA sf Jimi -1-1 N . 'Q g-Ti W -2- 1 Q- Q2 L , , , r f ?-rl .A,. ft l O t It 3 , QQ JUNIORS Q M X tt ll Q ,z lb 1 l N l 9 wa. l t .4 KU l li JOHN I-IABECKER Vllashingtonboro, Pa. Q. li John is quiet, reserved, a careful and hard- X my ' 't all 4,5 fill H 1 working student. Rumor has it that he is to enter fl lf Eg, the medical profession. A, , , , , llwg l ' , L y f l is ELIZABETH GISH Lancaster, Pa. , l Kind-hearted, considerate and thoughtful, she 2 ef has won the respect of all. She is original in ex- 1 '- E . . . . . . 1 l t , pression, lmaginative, and appreciative of beauty. ' X t , it 1 X 'Z I ' ' l tl x f t Q r t lil l , 0 S+ ' t t K y l tm DELMAR HERSHBERGER Kalona, Iowa Y yi x Del is intensely interested in a few fields, and ,li informed in all. He likes to apply mathematical l Q ,ill interpretations to all problems. On the platform, ,K or elsewhere, he enjoys to indulge in debate. f g lm' " 1 ' ' ' YB , lb l ,al SZ Wlllf ll Q yay., U ,yy . 'tw A wt 2, i' BEULAH Loucxs Scottdale, Pa. Till 1' . it l Quiet, modest, and unassuming, but a kind all friend and an able student. Perhaps the fact that W gil 1 ll she is "always buried in a book" accounts for her A My J invariably prompt preparation for classes. 'uf I 1 i 5' y , . . lvl Q -t l l y S al l d ly ll V , X CLIFFORD MARTIN Goshen, Ind. X . , g Cliff is a gentleman, a business man and a il at keen student. His judgment and ability and his A l unfailing good nature make him one of the most 3 f , , , 1 tl widely known and best-llked men on the campus. Q 1 l y t l lt E ' T 2 E t 2 ff i .,..........,.. .. Xpiilixb W - af, fig? he ,, f,,, , ,um Yywwxxxxxxxsvaffff ,ma , ,, , .. -,,. UN, ,,3,X.,, I H ,,,,Ax X W, Avwxvxvx Y Jef., ull- illlfuf 9 ., mwqf ma .. 31 X f 'N K x , , 1 ,,, .., :Q X- 7 . t. c ii?T"ts 'f'fff1ff f Q 2 in . ls f .2 , , 2 , gX2,g,,,,g: fg N' Saad ..,,...,,,0Q,,,,.scs,f r 1 ' ' ' ' v - l 1 N F 4 ' -4 S JUNIORS X 7 I X HN p gg ,lt-. x Q 1 5 it Q Q LENA SMUCKER West Liberty, Ohio N f S The conscientious attitude of Misg Smucker in l l ill dealing with others predicts her success in work- ,Q l ing for humanity. She is serious-minded, altru- l- ',. 'N lStlC and energetic in all that she undertakes. l 4 W A. - l lla l : 1 X , S R l M l X A 7 if! WALDO STALTER Goshen, Ind. Q t 1 . . . 5 i' li, He has a wide acquaintance with the world bi f Q of thought. VVhether it be politics, philosophy, liter- l l jp ature or science, Stalter seemingly has delyed l ' Q li into them all. He is not inclined to exercise his ll N abilities with undue assiduity. , .4 ' ll ll ll r. if . 4 iq ll lf, l4 DORA SH.-XNTZ Elkhart, Incl. Q .ll ',t illll YVith her cheerful, optomistic disposition 'Dora X ' lit never worries about her own troubles, but is X Y lg always ready to help anyone else. She has a "get- ll ,fl K4 there" determination which is linked with noble ' Y 'l 'il purpose. , ilk , ll l W ,ll in Q , t, l l l l rata f E, 4 . HUBER1' lhiLLLER New Paris, Ind. li' illaf Hubert hag never been known to frown, for wk i Q he seems to be permeated with the spirit of good ' 46 nature. He always endeavors to get work done lt "on time". V , f. 4. l X l I l l 3. ,Q 'lllpy l Q 5' R 2 n rj ll ll . yi i r CATHERINE MART1N Goshen, Ind. l ll f I if Modesty, kindness and sociability are charm- l W3 U92 ingly mixed in Catherine. Her generosity and JS 2 friendly smile have made her a host of friends in il! U17 the one year that she has been with us. Possibly ml ' 2 she owes her ability to get along well with others ld J Q to her experiences with the vivacious "Tw1ns". 1 . x N lm l l t 4 l 2 S fl ,f I ,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,.., VW, Y . ..,, 1, . , xt ssssssxxxvzvf ,?,,.- , , ,,.. ., ..- .,., :,vJ,Z2N,4W ...,.,. . t .-..,,W,?SN.t,,,.,gui xilmf. I fw,,,.liii?-I -S D , ' ' , Q , .... ...ww ,, .,,ff,fh,fl?m ' ,,,..fill Ei:.:n7'7, 32 V ' ,, ,, ,. N, 'fn X, ft, X: Y it -Q 'mia tyyjf'Nsssg..ttfrrf1l11W'W:s f E t El Q X4 A 0 ts -. L ,, e . 4 . t - of X JUNIORS , x li ss WiLL1AM SVV.-KRTZENDRUBER Kalona, Iowa l l. X Possesses good common sense, intellectual hml ability, and is successful socially. His chief interest , N is Biology. Bill':: ability to make himself generally W Q. useful brings him into contact with most of the - . school'e: activities. Q 3 5 I it lt. , RUTH Yonex Goshen, Ind. t . Y Qi Unruffled by outside 1nHuences, always happy and generous, she has many friends. A good stu- IP dent in all fields, she has especially proved her Ulu 5 ability as an artist. l- t l Q 1' A 1 4 l ll JONATH-xN XVCDER Goshen, Ind. I -' John can be depended upon to finish well ' whatever he undertakes. VVhenever he hears of a l new device or experiment he ingeniously duplicates ' 0 it in the laboratory. t M t 6 x V ' w t yy LULU SMITH Eureka, Ill. L, Positive in her attitudes, straight-forward and f W frank, yet sufhciently sociable and generous to have Wx lk many friends. Lu enjoys a good time. but doe-1 not allow that to keep her from being a good student. 1 l XM l ELI.:5 Zoox Eureka, Ill. 1 An impulsive, earnest man who puts himself bl whole-heartedly into whatever he does. He haf: X 7 demonstrated his musical ability by directing our 1 l choruses and leading our chapel singing. QV . ff I1' N l I E ' ixv-xxx lll ' , , . ... . ... . .,,,,-xx.. .,..,....,., . 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Q 3 seemed to be great excitement, and all clustered around the Ender to behold that 4 I 'M which he held in his hand. Several times after examination of the ob'ect, I saw them Mi X l . . . J . . wg 3 Nl hurl it away from the field. Nevertheless, they continued laboriously to dig- Looking l 1 'Q closer I saw that there remained approximately one acre of virgin soil to be turned. B -,Q 17 ' '4 g I wondered much concerning the purpose of the workers. There were men and 'ly , Q women toiling side by side, each with the same intenseness and seriousness. Yet often ,ll 92 merry peals of laughter came to my ears. Asking one of them, I learned that they 5 U Nl tl were digging for hidden treasures in the field of truth. They were sowing seeds, too. gl li 'N and confidently expected to reap an abundant harvest of life. They were the Juniors. 'L X J ,' it will Z1 l ip -5. 1 K N ei S I 5 I ........ . Y - , :J 4, J-VAQMX N:7La,sxxv,xXxx!zf,,, ,y,',- ,,,., , ., ... ,,... ..,-,, N i, . 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V04 1 Q So homore: Class Histor y 1, lb 1! l l The most valuable things are usually done up in small packages. So it is with l E . 1 A "The Sophomore Class." Although a small class we have done our best to make l things lively around the campus as well as in the classroom. N The class had an outing in the fall which consisted of a Wiener roast and marsh- Ih h llh h l'd'1-dh ' -1-h -B rnallow toast. t appened t at a t e ot er c asses ecide to ave an outing on L e N 4 same night that we did. Consequently all the good places near the college were taken. Not to be defeated in our purpose we decided to find a place and finally landed in a timber near Bristol. This did not detract from the good time but added to the Z excitement. 1 . . . . l The class with the aid of their able class adv1sor, Prof. D. A. Lehman, put out a 8 ' debating team that gave a warm reception to the Freshmeng debating the question of ' U. S- entrance into the VVorld Court. Although losing the debate as a result of weakness in delivery, we have nothing to be .ashamed of according to the critic's re- port of the affair. X l Basketball also added to our varied line of activities. Due to the fact that prac-- ' E tically all of the men of last year's basketball team were gone, it looked as if we would ' be out of the sport for this year. By good practicing and the addition of Snyder and Brothers the second semester, we were able to win seven of the nine games played ly on the schedule. In the tournament, We were nosed out by the Academy in a double , ll overtime game to the tune of IO to 9. In track athletics, this spring, we expect to do 5 our share as we have in every other activity of the college. Z, For the year 1926-27, we bid fair for an increase in numbers and with this a l, keener competition among our own ranks. VVith this encouragement we hope to make lm! a record which will be a real asset to Goshen College ' 1 'v . veg: i- nf? ,,, , .,.,,,,., , X ssxxxxslnvff - ..---...1,,e..,,,Cw,,!c . .... ..,. .....-,a-No.5 .1 Q ' s ' : Sea, ..., 38 4 J, J, .', J, .91 I A A A A A A A 4 res men ,y' ,,. N. y, 7 1 . .fx V1 If ff f .1 ff vx L ff--G'-N " ' "' W' ""-'fY1'I,'f:fT,1-QL1ff"Tff'f'f1'vT:'f'if" V ' 1 Q - E ' - lf' Q" L L ' E ffm T Eg.. FRESHMEN :wwf , -xg " MB, 1 I 71 W PW 1' I my .N INN 19155 li 2? EW tg' ' '.E ' ' 1 L' Ll AQ ' QM wa E Z L , 1 Mp R ml' X if! 1 WW QI' T 5 QW . 'N WM .W ' W' 'TQ uw 4 R M431 'X 'R I W M Z ffm' ' pl I Q10 YK? W VE f HW. UW? . IW 5. :WR 9 , my W1 W P ii, 'lil 'f 9? WH L99 W4 UL 2 R W 15 fb WX V? 1. fi I: , :L ' 'I 'X W , Mei wg ki K 5 S kiwi W E19 L. SMUCKER HOOVER M. MARTXN BRUNK F. S. MARTIN RoPP wap ALLGYER HERSHEY HoRscH SUMMERS Q R. SMUCKER S. MILLER WYSE EscH T. SMrrH ROTH MISHLER L. HOSTETLER N. MILLER E. HOSTETLER UQ .1 Rf H. SCHERTZ I. TROYER HALLMAN ZEHR W. LoNc STEINER f X '-X -., NELSON L. TROYER MYERS CULP , X, P N 224 iii . F-ff Ma yf.a...:f'D---, gs L. L E-E, f- H- .L.E "'4"' f 51- QE ww 3 5 'QA M' 'ELEEL' E E"E"EH 40 ,, 1! 1,11 II 1 1 ., ,,, p11 1 'QW111 FRESHMEN 1 11 ,',j'i, 1 11,-11,11 X I ' i 1,-15, 1, .1 , W-1' A 1,11 115 F D1 159 1"1 171,91 , 1 111-Q " 11111 .g1 111111 ' FW A 13322 1 .111 N1 1,1 .11l Q ,, A 11111 355111 ,. IME '31 V 1'?Xi ,1 9434111 4? 11' X ,NSU ,I 5- 31,11 , ,, 11 QM' ,1'7 411 11, 1, ,IQW F251 Imx 111,51 we 1, ik , E. 1, 1 1516 1 111 ,,1 ,1 Q' 11211 ,XI 11 1 ,1 W ,I If 1 1,11 1 -1 1 N1 111211111 , ,, ' 1 ,1 'I 111 1, ' 551, UWC , , sf! Ig- 111 -151 1 111 , 11. 1.4.1 N V 1 1 11 11 G53- 1 ,1 11 xv i'111.f fuxs ,I 1,1 W! ,RW li .-41 nf, 11 X111 11 I 1,1, I1, fl if 1' W1 ,911 11 ,,,, 1,,, 1,, 1L 1 '11 V , S111 M11 WIN '11 111 1 U 1v1,,' 1 17' 1: 1:71 I5 19 1 , V , I 1 111-'1 Z 1 11511 NIJ 1' ' W' 1, 111 111:11 C ' D N Q EW 1 A ' ,, 911 1 If gl 1 ' 71111511 11 1 1 111.111 W1 1 11111 W1 1 1011, ix 1 111 1' M 5 I 1 11111 1 M1111 1 f 11 11 Z KAUFFMAN REIFF WELTY GRABER L. j. MAR1'IN E. LONG 1' D? IMI-IoFIf S. SIIIUCKER R. Zoolc GINGERICH U' 4 may DKEYER STEIDER PLETCHER M. MILLER STAHIIEY HOOLEY EASH M. SI-IER'rz YODER EBERSOLE COCKLEY K. Z0oK V1 SMITH FISHER BENDER GL'MMER NX 1- F. MILLER MUSSELMAN LEININGER SLABAUGI-I GILBERT LANTZ .1 ii, W2 ,Q 1011 1-I1 19 W1 ,111 +::Q1 1 ' 41111-J li---J " ' I EQ!!-'U-1.-is 41 E l 1 i ertiiisfffqfssa iriurnlllllv . ,As 4' eg 5 ? ' I a if .,,.a?2.,.,.,,,A.s,4,,,,,a.s, a 1 ' r r 1, if 1, 2 lf ty ' l fill, I FRESHMEN QW ' M . yr. Grace Brunk, Lyman, Miss. Alvin Ebersole, Greentown, Indiana. li' r 5 I E VVilma Culp, Goshen, Indiana. Ralph Meyers, Bennets Switch, Indiana. E -X i W l William Hallman, Guernsey, Sask. Benjamin Stahlev, Middlebury, Indiana. r , ' 7 Al wa Emerson Hostetler, Orrville, Ohio. Ralph Fisher, Ixalona, Iowa. i n r X il Wilma Welty, Nappanee, Indiana. Paul Horsch, Scottdale, Pa. ,l Nathan Reiff, Elkhart, Indiana. John Allgyer, West Liberty, Ohio. l Q . . ., Tilman Smith, Ashley, Michigan. Esther Leininger, Elkhart, Indiana. , i r, ,. Z ,V Donald Gilbert, Ligonier, Indiana. Leona Cockley, Peabody, Kansas. ' WX Katie Yoder, Kalona, Iowa. Carol Gummer, Elkhart, Indiana. li go LeRoy Hostetler, Bellefontaine, Ohio. Leona Dreyer, Goshen, Indiana. i l li Omer Steider, Roanoke, Illinois. Mabel Wyse, Wayland, Iowa. , i i f' Ti Thelma Ropp, Goshen, Indiana. Esther Roth, Wayland, Iowa. ' W Howard Shertz, Roanoke, Illinois. Beatrice Slabaugh, Greentown, Indiana. W lol Marion Shertz, Roanoke, Illinois. Alma Zehr, Hopedale, Illinois. lu ,N , 3 Q Vera Lantz, Oak Harbor, Ohio. VVarren Long, Goshen, Indiana. , l 1 , Beatrice Hershey, Elverson, Pa. Mabel Esch, Washington, Illinois. i l l V ' Verna Gingerich, Noble, Iowa. Freda Imhoff, Roanoke, Illinois. i I Leatha Troyer, Kokomo, Indiana, La Verna Sommer, Farmdale, Illinois. l I , Elsie Long, Pioneer, Ohio. Maytie Pletcher, Goshen, Indiana. i, B Ol Lranbaiie snrnckar, Wear Liberty, onin. Mary Martin, Elkhart, Indiana. ' f A lg Nellie Miller, Middlebury, Indiana. Lucy Mishler, Shipshewana, Indiana. K Ruth Smucker, Goshen, Indiana. Inez Troyer, Shipshewana, Indiana. ,Z Silas Smucker, Goshen, Indiana. Samuel Miller, Middlebury, Indiana. , h 5 in Cecil Bender, Goshen, Indiana. Perry Nelson, Shipshewana, Indiana. l H5 Verna Graber Noble Iowa Florence Hoole Goshen Indiana I 1 2 - yn 1 ' f , I Emily Kauffman, Goshen, Indiana. Howard Musselman, Orrtanna, Pa. l Marie Miller, Kalona, Iowa. Ira Hoover, Goshen, Indiana. i S i l In f ll ' Luella Eash, Goshen, Indiana. Annie Sailor, Elkhart, Indiana Knot on 6 Lloyd J Martin Go hen Ind'an pictureil . , s 1 a. Z , I Barbara Hershberger, Kalona, Iowa Cnot IZ Kenneth Zook, Goshen, Indiana. on Picturey. W I . 3 Roy Zook, Amboy, Indiana- Mable Smith, Eureka, Illinois. Ar ' ' n Q a I ag Eva 51910913 Offvlllfr Ohm- Iva Sommers, Bennetts Switch, Indiana nd N12 Fannie Miller, Archbold, Ohio. Knot on plctureji ,ills li Milton Smith, Ashley, Michigan. S l S Floyd S. Martin, Goshen, Indiana. lnoi on piciurej. HM 1 l 4' l I S a : i 1' 2 I , 2 5 ,Z ,,,, M ,,,,,,,,, ,,r,,. , 6.40 --,.,...3....--. .... ---T, -sa. Ns XXX' rm " ' H --""4' ireffwi fifq """"" "" - ' """ iwgg'"wM"Ewk,, 7 Z' ya ...IW ye., Nqyx 4:,t .HiQhZ,l7'i'j, -,.,.r..,-?Z,g4ii..m,W,gill ,. - , K J., , 42 4 Xl We ixwwwrulflll K "?SX 'i774l"grAW''N'?2"'T2Q' 2 X 1'Zff' ew 5 sf 'f' f' 'ff I v fill AWN" 711 N 1 ' 'VWINZ J!!! '7.X 1 O , K l A i ,Q 2 'I 'Wi V 1 Q If x Q ri 'll r ', K fr l U il l l i x .i l f . all i X , l Q 1 ,N ,i T f l T04 . Q r 1 ily? wb . x N F h Cl H 'L N' FCS mdn dSS IS OTQ A 1 il The Freshman class began its career at Goshen College, numbering sixty-four, the largest class of the College. YVhile most of us are representatives of the middle west, , Nlississippi, Pennsylvania and Canada have also remembered us by sending their as- piring sons and daughters. 5 Although we were thrust suddenly into a new environment, we were able to ad- just ourselves very well, because we had come with a purpose. Hence, we scored , high, not only in numbers, but in intellectual abilities as well. A men's and a XVOIl'lCIl,S debating team were organized, both of which proved that, although Fresh- men, we were able to do real work. Neither did we lag behind in basketball, for the X Freshmen five were the victors in the inter-class tournament. A few class socials also ll helped us to get better acquainted. . l VVe have come here to form our ideals for life. Our aims are high and we have , thus far been able to realize them in a small measure, even though to others, at times, ,, our purpose seems to have been almost hidden in the background of the expression 1 ot ourselves. The motto which we chose early in the tall has been our challenge: , "The higher we rise, the broader our viewf, The knowledge we have this year ac- curnulated, our varied experiences that come with college life have broadened and 2 deepened our outlook on life. VVe are expecting great things next year. M l 1 l ll f 2 ' ci-,ma li mx- :N g,,.,?!- , .,,,,,-,,g,, ,img ,, .,,,,,,,,,.bS...,,c.W.i U, . X!! ff, .fill Y wmwasbfiif fra , 'f?z,fl.i"'fa,,.,,fn1 -f f Z..Qi.:Wm7W 43 I 1 -in I , , , . , - U., ' I I. . . QI ' f I lmmfW XWfY ' E 7, Q I, 7 I f ka fir f :,RI:.f2.,I,,,,,.4Aw,zg,,,.WA R , ia. .... ,,,,A.', f , . , , ,, . lv! U ? I If I gf I 1 I" I 2 I . lu. Q I f I .I I A I q' 4 . I ' Q 5 II BIIIUIIEIIII -E I -,-, p , I I 7 If ilu Lixnhlg 3RPllIl?l!II'Il'iIlI!P nf nur jfrxeuh mth X 9' In Efelluw Sflihtllf T I I ' ' la 5,8 5 Q' Iv f-f II 1 jfeailm 4 laura Lbruger I N . 5 f ' I VVHO BECAME ONE OF OUR STUDENT CIRCLE IN THE I, I 'Z FALL or 1925, AND CONTINUED IIITH Us UNTIL I :Y Ig g FEBRUARY 7, 1926. Arl' THIS TIME SHE RETURNED ,0 I TO HER HOINIE TO CONTINUE A LOSING STRUGGLE 4 I FOR HEALTH. HER DEATH OCCURRED APRIL 22, 1926, I H I AT THE AGE OF NINETEEN YEARS, FOUR MONTHS, fy" Z I AND TWENTY-Two DAYS. I - r I I L1-:ATHA WAS A GENUINE CHRISTIAN, A FAITH- II ' FUL AND ZEALOUS WORKER IN THE PRIMARY DE- Q I 9 PARTMENT OF HER SUNDAY SCHOOL AT KOKONIO, I9 INDIANA, A QUIET AND CONSCIENTIOUS STUDENT. Wg WE APPRECIATE THE WHOLESOME INFLUENCE OF II W HER SHORT STAY IN OUR IVIIDSTQ OUR ONLY REGRET 'II ,Pg BEING THAT IT WAS S0 BRIEF. WHILE OUR HEARTS 03 J! ARE TOUCHED WITH GRIEF, AND OUR MINDS RE- S Q'ALL 'SACRED MEMORIES OF OUR ASSOCIATION I 'frm f WITH HER, WE SUBMISSIVELY BOW TO THE WILL I Nm? OF HIM AT WHOSE DISPOSAL ARE THE TIMES AND fl' Q SEASONS OF ALL CREATION. RQ II I I I I W I 4 I I ID I III xI,I I' 'II , K ' 'll' I I I , X I -K I III I Q - D W I I I I ,fl ,...... I .,......,.. ' S , --f.,E,y, ,,,- --,,, QE , - , m,f..H-TA.. -- -"fA'4f :W -I -H-H'- ' 'E-'- rx E TTSII-. 3 I Q W ,,.I, JL A ' . .1 ,,,, ., 44 gf . N: xi Jian. V- L O ,.' L 'Q7 QQ: A lhl' il- 'ff LL A fy: :QQ X LW ui Qs2"fff'- - TW '3 gf,p l 225317 ' WP 'i: 2-222. ' li q A T 1' 'E 1? ,F ei , ,4 '- .S Q YF 'I'f2fi'i ' IIE 'Q E n 'ff-H3 ' 'i 'iff E3 W H59 4.1 ' :"l': -5:2 u B 1 ,lf in fl 1 ' '17 f ?9 lllr ' - f'11 ' .Vl!llI4NNY ' kW""K' HX "llU!ffl , A , KV' 4 5 4 ?f 7,4 fy Wi i,-. 3 X 5 X if N I I .S , i SENIORS 'IQ 2 fl l N BERTHA SHANTZ, Elkhart, Indiana 5 5 She says what she thinks, but nothing l . - . ,Q more nor less. She will make her life Lt, count for the good of others. f iw S l . FNQ - ESTHER lVIILLER, Goshen, Indzanzz iw Esther is best appreciated by those who know her. lliodesty is but one of YY her virtues. A fi ii S0 I. that . . flfgl' ID,-XLF BIXLER, Orrmllf, Ohm X ul all . . . . ' 1 He is an aptirrnst, but not blind to X' tactsg jovial, yet serious. judging from 4 his past achievements, we believe there Ll is in store for him a brilliant future. Q10 ji lv V W 'MQ fl Z , RUBY BONTRAGERV, Ixalona, Iozca " Vill . . . . gps Bright, cheerful, kind and true, dili- L gent in studying and faithful to every fi 44 trust, such are the characteristics of j Ruby. 77 A W hw . . . . 5 Q ELSIE SPRINGER, Jllznzer, Illznozs s t N 'Z A diligent student with an amiable 'ff personality, one who takes her work M seriously, but is always ready for a good , time. 9 f , fl 12 ' l i Z D ' K , l X Q E 1' N e - gf, I. -...I 46 X X A 7 Q 0 x lo J a ID l X is SENIORS VESTA JOHNS, Goshen, Indiana . Q V ,, 1 1 mfr, mx xv wall X 'X Z- SFL ixkxyxwrfflynfrllllfygff aid? fff fs fa in M 7 If VX In , f 1 1 N .f GL- X ff ' Q ,Ju fff, ,fC ff ff ,MX s ou U i A . I A Hoosier lass with a sweet and sunny disposition and with a voice of celestial melody. PAUL VVELDY, Nappanee, Indiana He takes life as it comes, but shows by his actions that he has learned that what of life does come to him, depends in a large measure on his own efforts. He is quiet and unassuming. HE'I"TIE BRENIYERIAN, Ifalona, Io-zca You may think she is quiet and re- tiring, but take a second glance and you will find a jolly and fun-loving disposi- tion. ll'lARY BONTRAGER, Kalona, Iozca lllary is a friend of every student, al- ways cheerful and never too busy to lend a helping hand. HFNRY BOHN, Illillersbulry, Indiana "Hank" always sees the humorous side of every phenomena. Moreoxfer, he D is a real friend- to those who know him. I V 'Z ETHEL OYER, Roanoke. Illinois l J 2 A smile for all, a Welcome glad, r I f 1 o tl A jovial coaxing way she had. 5 E 5 ri. 2 li. lx f i xl: 5 I . ! ' , . ..., . - -,, , , .....,.... .... ......i,.. . wa-If -7-23, ,V 7 w-WW- -A up-as We I ff q- ' -jljffaviffa NM :SM ' ' VX 'M' 'V l ,.,,,,,.,,aa , 4-7 0 ,1 1 11 1 I W W I J, , ..,,, :- f 7 mg, Xgx -W.-W7 1mxxX'xS . Y , ., Z 1'111,1 g M1 tuuwag ulfLl 4? Y 5 Q 5 sy ., 3 1 gf '1 -1-1 8 rn F4 Z ,WN ls C' !"ffW, leg- W N 4Q.me-2.,,,.,,,,,Q3z,a.,,ws.,f , L ,vu so J 3, M I H , , 'X nw f . I , x o 3 , I 1 1 '11 ll SENIORS " l I If 1 X TH. N215 I 11 xi l"' I . l 2 l' I 1 l 11 Program I l ','1l , , 1 I' ll Invocation ........ ..... S . C. Yoder el' X . I Class Presentation .. . .. . Ruby Bontrager ' Q, 4 Class History ...., . .. Esther Miller ' 'l Q - Reading ....... .............,.... E thel Oyer S Duet ........................................ Vesta johns, Mary Bontrager ,W ' 11" Address-"To the Stars through Difficulties". .. .........,.... Bertha Shantz ' ' 'I f Reading . ....................... . ......... ...... E lsie Springer , N ,, '1l Essay-"Literature and Life" .............................. Hettie Brenneman 3 li N I Class Prophecy ............................. ...... V esta Johns, Paul Weldy ' Quartet .......... Vesta Johns, Mary Bontrager, Elsie Springer, Bertha Shantz , ll I Oration-"Idealism" .......................................... Dale Bixler 1, f S y Benediction ................................. .... Noah Oyer W f l , , 14 11 X HISTORY OF THE CLASS i 'I ' s OF 1926 1 1 I' I0 1, . ' lg! 1 Ten happy students met at Goshen College in the fall of 1922, when our 1926 class had ' ,Z Q ,l its beginning. We, like most other Academy Freshmen, considered ourselves quite grown up ' i and wise because we had gone so far on the Educational Highway. However, we have changed l f Sl our minds and decided that as yet we have only made a beginning. ' H . , 1 i Our class was scattered almost as suddenly as it was gathered because at the end of the 1,5 1, . . . . " , year the school was closed. Six of our members continued their school work in other schools 11 k il during the next year and several others took up their school work a year later. WL," ligy VVhen school opened in the fall of 1924. we discovered that only two members, LeRoy Hos- W! 1 tetler and Bertha Shantz. of our former class returned. However, six new students appeared on ' 1 45 the scene to help us in our search for knowledge. LeRoy Hostetler was chosen as our president I lr for the second time and proved a successful leader. Minnie Kanagy, now a missionary to , Q J India, was our helpful class professor. In May, 1925, we had our junior-Senior banquet at the l ,,l if 11? home of Emily Kauffman, a member of our class. A formal three-course dinner was served ll il 1 and an interesting program rendered. B, l I ll The fi st few days after school opened in the fall of 1925, we were busy finding all the 1 11 42 membcxs of the Senior class of 1926. Vyle soon discovered that we had eight girls and three ' l fl boys. Four of these returned from last year and Bertha Shantz, now our president, is the I, ,' only member cf our original Freshman Class. Three of our last year members, LeRoy Hostetler, I ll, Howard Musselman, and Emily Kauffman, after seriously considering the subject, decided that l ,x they could not spend the year with us, and therefore joined the College Freshman class. 1 li 1 ll ,I 1 ' 1 ,' 1 The junior-Senior social we had last fall, near the river, will not soon be forgotten. l, Although it was rather cool and damp outside, we did not notice it for we were surrounded il ' l, 3, on all sides by trees, while in the center of the small open place was a large bonfire which -1, I ',1 kept us warm. 1 ll M Our class consists of four members from Indiana, three from Iowa, two from Illinois, and i , 1? one from Ohio. VVe have all worked very hard during the year, but in s ite of this, we shall 1 i112 P I fel Qi always look back with pleasure to the good times we had with our fellow-students. VVe will , lil, 11, soon be scattered to our various fields of service in life but may it ever be true service for I I 11: ,l the Lord. f will 1 'Mft ll 0 14 W '11 l 2 , i 1 1 It 1 1 I E 1 l S 1 .N W ..,, I X fl - V-Vi VVVV -VH r X: K ,vxxxxxx .4411 - , .N .L ,,,.,..,-....,,,..,. 1, ,A ....t..... .... . - -.1..1 w,,,,q..-t s--s xx-xx--if 14" 1 48 ix l ,W l lli'LlQ',4-w""4STS Q1Q1mi,,lfyif4z 5,iifiqw.fEf?f2f if if l f, ffl l j f,.gfJ2g41gff1.2e l f A, I ' V- - "'4"""""""""""'- - - ' X- 1 4' 47 ' ---I ' "m7g M-QMR N 1 li ll' l' Will lim QQ lA lil! rv sl Jumons lm,-, is MJ: iv 'I W 4 5 N l.'1'1fi?3 l , 1,1 ir A., W gl li. ii' lla lg Ill ml Q Nil P l 1 i- I llilll , WG , ,Sw "yall: Wil ai, W 1.1 yi ,. lvl ll ' .' llll lil ,nfflr , Mi X f, HM l fl Q l i .1 ,w'f'. lllii hill l:le'f1r:, l'1'V'k, 31 l - ' iii ffl lil V, llil l, , W p fi C, 1 Qecond Row-Gingrich, D. Leichty, Hallman, Book, Bachman. iqfiffl Uirst Row-Metzler, R. Leichty, Sherman, Slabaugh. ,lfffffl furfili-3 1 l plimjh if rllfl l i Ynl i. bl l ,N fi i i ,N gs , 'Sp . ROI-L 1 U I l lllll !,'f,i,-lg: Harold Bachman, Ashley, Mich.: Raymond Book, Sterling, Ill.: VV1nston Gingrich, Guernsey, liiillhl fnml Sask.g Abram Hallman, Guernsey, Sask.g Gordon Kauffman, Goshen lnot in picturejg David Mxgll Leichry, Noble, Ia.g Ruth Leichty, Archibold, O.g Floyd Metzler, Nappanee, Ind., Paul Slabaugh, li'-CW, lwviliq Goshen. vliffi l 'f K, llywiq, ll' ,il LlCl,m A W, , ll ,,lJ4 ll 4,1 3 ri 'Wim l we sf i ra w ' l, if -- f 1 iw' 'el ll 'ill 'v' F ,itil 1 MQJ1 ,ll 67: ii ' lllll r fl ll i""l:i lil lp il lf, Ll Q fl il fi , li ,dll i 1 W 3 If, vi l l l I vf f li, Ulf lx Ui' 1 1 l ', V ,L ll Wi, ,li l lllll , la i 17 ' l MD Bi l ffl 2 'Q 2 f l lf! if V Vlfllh I r lx if -' ff f l li -, i 2 V QW! Z 3 E Ill: Z M ms,YL: , , ,,, ,, ,,,1 5 A?,2Y HY, , Qi-X Aqllvc-xv-vi-2-'fVfi, -,X r .E x ..., , . ML, ,M W 4 V '---1-wi',. Y --Q 3,5 .rf f.x--Mx-,ENE fe ff-31 :ff-,,:,-,ffifflz -- A T' ' ' 49 ,t ,r, 'l nf 1 1 , Q-----1 , 1 , , ,, , ,W 1 it Il if f ' se? L We-Wwzpyyl N O 0 rl, fl ' X r l, 26.51 l of LVN A1 3 If-3 lg mr W x tl ll if-, , ll IX 155, gp li iraqi: r," .X l N ,J 3. or l if l E la , WI R y, W-it ll lil Ml mfg! , QW ,slip is r l i it, SOPHOMORES 'ly' Second Row-Chambers, Brown, Brunk, M. Yoder, Hartman, D. Yoder, Hershberger. f, First Row-Miller, Bachman, Graber, Widmer, Nafziger, Weldy. , ,lil ROLL L If jf l Q yllvfyf, Verda Bachman, Ashley, Mich., Roscoe Brown, Wakarusa, Ind., Orvan Brunk, Lyman, Miss., , E IQ gg' Elizabeth Graber, Noble, Ia., Elmer Hartman, Goshen, Homer Hershberger, VVellman, Ia., Ruth :, Miller, Kokomo, Ind., Mary Nafziger, Hopedale, Ill., Treva Sherman, Elkhart, Ind., Mildred H l dig Vveldy, Goshen, Esther Widmer, Wayland, Ia., Dale Yoder, Elkhart, Ind., Mvron Yoder, 1107 K Q, Goshen. ' ,A Not on picture-Naomi Byler, Belleville, Pa., Len Eston, Elkhart, lnd.g Dorothy Smith, 'lr Goshen, Ida Yoder, St. johns, Mich. 24, QQ W ,V X il' mg ll wi Q , ,r , ,, r -l , 1, will L fel N5 ' PWS W Ml Wil g lv 5 ill' 10 If Q ?, ,ir ,W l ,,, :fi KN 5 1 ilk 5:1 ' l ivy? FRESHMEN ll , I Second Row-Guengerich, Stauffer, Swartzendsuber, Brenneman, Miller l I Q First Row-Johns, Rohrer, Hoover, Buzzard, Cressman. l 1: Eliza Brenneman, Kalona, Ia., Gladys llsiigggrd, Elkhart, Ind., Vera Cressman, Kitchener, l ,D Ont., Edna Guengerich, XVellman, Ia., Bessie Hoover, Goshen, Ind., Daliiel johns, Goshen, r li , john Miller, Goshen, Ruth Roher, Hazenmore, Snsl-Q., Lloyd Stauffer, Goshen, Thomas Swartz- i ' endruber, Noble, Ia. A I Not on picture-Homer Blosser, North Lima, O., Hefen Long,GJshen1MarySchnur,Gosheng l 'N 1 ' Be-nlah Shank, Elkhart, Ind., Francis Sommers, Farmdale, Ill., Herbert Swartzendruber, Ashley, I , Mich. ll. D Z b , I N ' 5 ry "'mf"" Q' ' O' 'MYiXXXvaw!'?' 'fiS:1ii"' ' ,, ' ""' 4 ' Z W .V "' E' , Q . " '- ,f ' ' ' . - . .Es . s ,, ,,,,,..,:w l W, .... . . ,, ,,, ..,,, ,, .Lam an 50 l x .x L i X .iQ l .QQ I X l , N l X -1 ,A 4 -3 1 i l Y I , , :L , -f ,-,.W- -L -W.-.w, ,. MHZ, 'W14'4wxQ'x5-. -Q A ,gig X, -"M , E f, Q 5 ff 1 7 ' 'I '- VYT Ze ' X- ff- ? f X Fsifnfffffmvyfz L -Q. gf. 1 is 477111 Ns, ZZ, ,.,,, Ww gX I' git , 'af WA 5 1 '13, V Wm g , I . ..., ..,.,,,,.g: A,,,,,.xwQS I ' . ,Q .'.l y 4 ,,,z,' li x,-lfil i wiv i l fr W l fl Q l A, 7 l If 'i l If M F1 ll ,li y vl ' l 0 f I l 5, l l fl o l l' Special Students Bonfield, Mary, Goshen Bender, Elizabeth Horsch, Goshen Brinklow, Reginald, Goshen Blough, Arthur, Holsopple, Pa. Brenneman, Paul, Elida, O. Cripe, Ray W., Goshen Cripe, Rol.ert, Goshen Cripe, Florence, Goshen Croop, Anna, Goshen Croop, Clark, Goshen Dale, Dorothy, Goshen Deahl, Albert, Goshen Detwiler, Pearl, VVest Liberty, O. Guilliom, Ruth, Goshen Gardner, Lorraine, Goshen Graber, Joseph, Noble, Ia. Histler, Margaret, Goshen Hartman, John, Wakarusa, lnd. Hite, Raymond, Elkhart, Ind. Kurtz, Ezra, Goshen Kurtz Paul Goshen Ixauffman, Emily Goshen lxauffman Mary VVest Llberty Ixitchen Mary Svracuse Ind Ixohler Ixarl, Elkhart Ind Leer, Eston, Elkhart, Ind. Loucks, Gladys, Scottsdale, Pa. Mellinger, Mrs. Bernis, Goshen Norris, Bonnie Belle, Goshen Piatt, Dorothy, Goshen Parker, Ellenor, Goshen Peterson, Clarence, Elkhart, Ind. Rockwell, Elizabeth, Goshen Rockwell, Grace, Goshen Roth, Dula, Bellefontaine, O. Rowe, Faith, Elkhart, Ind. Stauder, lllarieg Goshen Smith, Beulah, Elida, O. Stauder, Faye, Goshen Swihart Swihart Swihart , Earl, Goshen , George, Goshen , Grace, Goshen Swihart, Naomi, Goshen VanDusen, Raymond, Elkhart, Ind. NVeaver, Edwin, VVakarusa, Ind. 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Fourth Row-joseph Brown, VVakarusa, Ind., Katie Rhodes, Kalona, Ia.g Paul Kortemeire, Freeport, Ill., Stanford Mumaw, Dalton, O., Daniel Hooley, Harper, Kans., Joseph Buzzard, Metamora, Ill. Third Row-Velma Steiner, Orrville, O., Matilda Lambright, La Grange, Ind., Orrin Nafziger, Hopedale, Ill., Henry Mumaw, Elkhart, Ind.g Lena Stalter, Gridley, Ill., Clara Mumaw, Wakarusa, Ind. Second Row-Nelson Stauffer, Goshen, Ind., Maud Egli, Blanden, Ia., Virgil VVeaver, Goshen, Ind., Howard Springer, Minier, Ill., John Swartzendruber, Manson, Ia., Joseph Mil- ler, Blanden, Ia. First Row-Glen VVeldy, VVakarusa, Ind.: Ella Rhodes, Kalona, Ia., Blanche Ropp, Kalona, Ia., Katherine Nafsinger. VVashin.qton, Ill.g Bonetta Gingerich, Kalona, Ia., Cathryn David- hizer, VVakarusa, Ind. Fourth Row - Golda Blough, Gobhen, Ind.g Mary Nafziger, Hopedale, Ill., Tillman Imhoff, Metamora, Ili., Tillman Neuhauser, Eureka, Ill, Earl Staulier, Goshen, Indy Homer Springer, Hopedale, Ill.g Orlo Blough, Goshen, Ind. Third Row - Laura Schertz, Eureka, Ill., Lela Schertz, Roanoke, Ill William Graybill, Freeport, Ill., Wilmer Ulrich, Eureka, Ill., Darwin Ferguson, Elkhart, Ind., VVilbur Smucker, Tiskilwa, Ill. Second Row - Ruth Miller, Goshen, Ind.g Ruth Smucker, VVest Liberty, Ohiog Sadie Kennel, Roanoke, lll.g Cora Baer, Archbold, Ohio, Gordon Stichter, VVakarusa, Ind., VValter Hooley, Buda, Ill. First Row - Silvia Hostetler, Elkhart, Inrl.g Mattie Imholi, Roanoke, Ill., Alice Hartzler, VVakarusa, Ind.: Mary VVeldv, WVakarusa, Ind., Luella Baer, Archbold, Ohio: Luella Short, VVaseon, Ohio, Edna Shank, Elkhart, Ind. G Not on picture - Samuel Birkey, Kouts, Ind., Emery Egli, Blanden, Ia., Wayne Buzzard, Elkhart, Ind. J .,...... W f , A K, ,, ,, Q ,jbxvxxxxxxwrbfff .,.,,,, ,:,,.iIZZKQ,W ........., ...., , ,... ,.w?igivwN 4 ctct gS ,,l Y v 1 ..,..... -Wino.. .,,, ffffiLl,,'f5fy,,..1lAr Ql 7?, 52 rirnxixes 5 Q51'na1112-zftixnmts B - ., '.'.'.s . .'.' .J . ,'., I . ofa"-'. . . 'I J, -1' lv, 3, ,M J, A A A A A A A f I o 0 Q Q . . l Q - Q - , . ,xxx Jl Il l K K Il il l I I fl I el. X I llll 1 I Po tli 6 V X f X l if I I Z P 6 I 'I 'fl il ag? N 1 l I ,I I l li lf' . 1 ,,NXX F Q...u4.. ,..,.,,,Afey f I l I, ,., --V- x- - .. . l54L"KXQNw"lllI ,. N15 5" 5 A LY - ,fi Y. W. C. A. BRUNK B. Lorexs SHUCKER l'l.-XRTZLER X'ODER GISH SMITH SHANTZ XVYSE G. Lo LICKS ESTHER BRUNK BEIQLAH LoL'CKs LENA SMUCKIIR SADIE HARTZLER KATIE YYODER .. ELIZABETH GISH LL'I.u SMITH DORA SHANTZ . .. OI.IVE VVYSE .. CQLADYS Lotcxs OFFICERS . . . .President . . .Serretary . . . .Treasurer . . . .Devotinal ..Bil11e Study lllission Study . .Il1'e1nberslzip . . . .Extension . . . .Sorirzl , ...................... Employment "VVhon1 having not seen, ye loveg iII whom, though now ye see him not yet he having ye rejoice with joy unspeakable aIId full of glory: Receiving the end of your i'uth even the salvation of your souls." QI. Pet. I :S-91. iiiwe .A ' ISE-Q1 ' M" ' " H I 1 l i I lx ' I f I- D 9 ' ,,,, VL . -v, , , vwwxxxxxxxvkbfnff - L' , 1.......-Wm....,,mI,'-ZA., f',,,u.unII:'.f f I A I , .7 - .f A 54. 1 4 1 , , , l ,,,, ,,,,. f - - Q , - by -fu,-.W fm l Y , l M ,V I .xwluwxkxwwfrgllyynl A E? Q E M 4 ,AQ TW va vp' -ie if me Q 1 Q , ff W ffl I',.u-FZ'Ti1.,.1,,,..L4?Zg,,,.LWsQf x X ' l ' l , ll E 1' - Q l ' -2 w l 113 Y. M. C. A. il L- lf ,X ' x 2 X l ll fl N ll ll 5 . . ' l 3 Q! , ' uwlll ' f '-Q' I 1 L . 3 , P , f 0 2 1 4 x ND 5' u l v V Q f J lo A L Il l l ' I l. l GINGERICH SNVARTZENDRUBER NIARTIN BLYRKHART WEAVER ill' j l l FRICKE HOSTETLER Zoox HERSHBERGER SMUCKER .N lm . N . f H . l l ll l VW OFFICERS Qx, l . 'Z INIELVIN GINGERICH .............. . . .Preszdent N f WILLIAM SWARTZENDRUBER . . . . .Sefretary , V1 'N ., CLIFFORD RIARTIN ....... . .Treasurer gl '- M fl 7 ' w rl' D I. E. BURKHART . . .Devotzonal N fl I ' Q N Eowm XVEAv12R . . . . . .Bible Study X .ul N CHARLES FRICKE .. . . .lllixsions ,N ' l D LEROY HOSTETI,ER . . . Hlenzberslzzp ,",j1- N ELLIS Zoos ......... ..Extension y ALIZERT HERSHBERGER . . ...... Social 'llll X 4 l CHANCE' SMLCKER.. Employment llf rg ' ' X l ' ,lf Q ff fi ll . . . W 'I 1 "But we all, wxth open face beholdmg as m a glass the glory of the Lord, are li 1 Q . . . . ,, ' A V changed IDYO the same lmage from glory to glory, even as by the Spmt of the Lord. My ,. fI1.Cor.3:18J. 3 . S - l 7 lt ' X . Z ' Xxxxxxxxxx Ill-4 ' Y , ""' ef' 5 ' --- AQ-Qwkx-wQ,iZ1' fake. ..... -wr . . 'fZzalL,""54,,.,.f1lv "' 3fJ,,..QQi-S77ff- L- -Q . .1 3, f ffff,,.4 ,V X 55 aunxg X -q f Z W fg Z'-' ff . , l , - . Y a . , , . ., - . . 5 lg Y h ff, ff Sf, ,Z .. E Zswif r? F qyattr A ff, f t -v-- R ,11Mvi, f f , X, s xq llll I If I . 1,. .. Uounq Peoples Christian Association The Young People's Christian Association is responsible for the largest work of the college. "To Know Christ and to Make Him Known" is its motto. The leaders of this organization, the cabinet members, their co-workers, and many associa- tion members feel keenly their responsibility in living the Christ life in order that His light may shiize forth to draw fellow students closer to Him. It is their earnest desire that each member of the association consider his responsi- bility as a Christian and a member seriously. Christians only are solicited for mem- bership. The association needs and desires more who are not nominal Christians but true disciples of Christ, not lukewarm professors, but possessors of warmth, not passive but active members. lt needs those whom the love of Christ constraineth. The in- dividual members help or hinder the work which this body has outlined for itself. The membership committee tried in the beginning to make plain to solicited students that Christian loyalty was the only qualification for membership. What qualification could be greater? The following purposes as outlined by the constitution should make every mem- ber think seriously. 1. "To lead students to faith in God through jesus Christ." Looking back on our endeavors we wonder whether we have succeeded as we should have. Have we as Christians led our fellows to Christ, or have we driven them farther away? Have we by our charity, sympathy, and kindness drawn them, or have we repelled them by our indifference, selfishness, and criticisms? 2. "To lead students into membership and service in the Christian church." This body has tried to uphold the principles of the Bible. It has tried to show each Christian his relationship to the church. lt has endeavored to bring the challenges of the church to its young people. It has succeeded in obtaining responses, hut realizes that there is still much to be done. 3. "To promote their growth in Christian faith and character, especially through prayer and the study of the Bible, as well as to stimulate well rounded development of mind and body." The Devotional and Bible Study committees have had special charge of this work, the Bible study classes, devotional meetings, and Prayer Meetings being arranged especially to strengthen the faith of each Christian. The Social committee, by arrang- ing social functions, has tried to aid in an all-round development by encouraging whole- some social activities. The Employment committee believes in developing the body by supplying exercise in the form of work. It also encourages a spirit of labor and thriftiness. 4 "To promote throughout the college a positive moial and ieligious spirit The Cabinet has keenly felt its duty in hung up to this purpose It has tried to make each member feel that he owes something toward the fulfillment of this pur pose A positive and a Christian college spirit has been cultivated The association hopes to rl velop this spirit more stronglv each year 2 I - . . ,, Q . . . T c . N 1 X Yvsxsx 'll1 ' ' U K - Y -gn' v rx- H , W, ,fff -I A X g,,,,7. ..,,., ,. .. ,.,, .,,7,,X., M . . .,.w.:,. ,.....a ff ' ' WW- .- Z1-4 xx . i 'SX .. 4! ,,,,, .sygfl Y ':xlQNxgs,jE4Z, 1029. .... .-ffm , if Zag., 'g2ffa,i1iviziZz..,.,...: H N ?1,57ll-Tiff 56 ,xxQQx Q t , - 4 . ' , X . QAM - 'Mc JV - I Y . . . s. Wea l 1 Anza - , ws . W s W f or s,':,e"'Q , sf1'vf, r sNXAf f ' '7 C' s wYf'lT"'fW7 L . -six, r 'iszezmsdi 5 I 5. "To challenge students to devote themselves, in united effort with all Christians, to making the will of Christ effective among men, and to extend the king- dom of God throughout the world." The Extension and the Mission committees are directly responsible for this work. The former does practical mission work in the community. Those sick and in prison have been visited. Gospel hymns and messages have been given. The lllission commit- tee has fpromoted the study of world conditions among the students. A bulletin board with mission news, challenging facts, pictures, and posters has been changed weekly. f"Four hlission study classes were organized to study India, South America, VVorld Religions, and Missionary Biographies. The mission drive was arranged by this committee also. After inspirational talks and music, the students were asked to pledge the amount they felt led to give. The funds were used for the erection of an orphanage in lndia, for the support of Mr. C. Lehman, for local missionary effort, and other causes. The amount subscribed was 395900. The financial committee faithfully helped in the preparation of this bud- get, and took care of the general expenses of the Y. P. C. A. throughout the year. VVe do not wish to be boastful in telling what we have done, for we know that after we have done all that we can, we have only done our duty. VVe have been unprofitable servants. VVe realize, too, that "though we bestow all our goods to feed the poor, and though we give our bodies to be burned, and have not love, it profiteth us nothing." ESTHER BRUNK FOREIGN VOLL'NTEER BAND The Foreign Volunteer Band is an organization in Goshen College of those who have dedicated their lives to the privilege of bringing the love and the light of the Gospel of God, as exemplified in the life of His Son, jesus Christ, to those who are buried in the darkness and superstition of heathenism in foreign lands. VVe believe that every Christian has a share in making Christ known to the lost, and we deem it a privilege and not a responsibility to be the ones to carry that message to those in darkness. We rejoice to know that we have been so fortunate as to have received "The Light," and in turn desire to have those less fortunate individuals share our blessings with us. We do not minimize the importance of the work at home, for that u 1 .v 7 fr W ill' 1. rm? l 6 Nl , l l ll l ' u l 1 l n' 6 .- ll N X I U , . r v T' M l l uf . 'lj lr 4 is essential in order to carry the work farther. It may even be necessary to keep the most devoutly consecrated and strongest leaders at home but to us has come the call g of the need in foreign lands and we have answered God-"Here am I, send me.', 1 The purpose of the Band is to promote a spirit of Christian fellowship among the ll! membersg to stimulate and help the members to secure adequate spiritual, intellectual, ,l physical and social preparation for their future work, to strengthen and keep active 1 the missionary purpose of each individualg to share with each other common prob- lems which have a bearing on the realization of our life purpose, and to consider actual 2 problems which missionaries are facing on the field today, and how we can best pre- pare to meet them. fl, S i r -----'- V- f-, U ff'-gyfg ffff 1-vw X f'g'x"x'xX'Z"' " fir 've' ' 'r"efa,i.jf, " ' 'r '-Lego' rrvxxn- M, if I fc' ',.' N A' 5 . s- i '12 .,. riffi2Z4lg?'i'if2f,4,11IV QTi.517 57 The Band has its regular meetings every Monday evening. 'lhe most of the -, ,,, , Y Q l - vi f -v- Q- 4 f - XX ifvxqyr xg , ,i I ,i 1 sl ,!'wwlf1r"' QYs 5 Q s if 'I -. - N1 ' .2 l N X -74 ,- ,,. ss N- g 4 - 4 . of nw 17, Y 1, .-- .ix .1 ' 1 2 S ' 'P f if IL X X ' Aw ,,,-G-X ff SQ 4 ' f ,W X.. , i I E X. Q 7 7 1 I 5 ll i l 1.45, I I l Q I WP lf time this year has been spent in the study of the book "The Progress of IfVorld-Wide lVIissions," by Robert H. Glover. "jesus, and shall it ever be, A mortal man ashamed of Thee? Ashamed of Thee, whom angels praise, VVhose glories shine thru endless days? .r a . I - ., I isa iii. 0 ' Ashamed of Jesus! sooner far Let night disown each radiant star, 'Tis midnight with my soul, till He, Bright lNIorning Star, bid darkness flee. Ashamed of Jesus! empty pride! I'll boast a Savior crucifiedg And O may this my portion be, llly Savior not ashamed of me." ELLIS Zook THE CHRISTIAN VVORKERS' BAND The Christian's great motto should be the same as the one Christ expressed in His sacrificial life among men-"Give Thyselff' There is no religion which is so capable of giving new life for old, new thoughts, new actions, new outlook and a new upward look as the religion which jesus Christ brought by giving Himself. If Christ did anything that was the result of a compelling love then it is just as abundantly true that the Christian who is filled with that love will not be undutiful in expressing it. The Christian VVorkerls Band purposes to encourage a deep missionary spirit, to squarely face the call to home and foreign missions, to study the qualifications of successful workers, and to seek to have students dedicate their entire lives to His glad service. During the year we received worthwhile messages from a few outstanding men in the mission work of the church. Brother T. K. Hershey spoke on a devotional theme, giving illustrations from his experiences in South America. He said that a good preparation for Christian work is to study, obey and act, and pray. Another ' very challenging message was the one given by Brother D. D. Miller on the lives Qual and experiences of those missionaries to India who, in a very real sense, have given ,fi I their all-Jacob Burkhart, Sister Friesen, Mahlon Lapp, Sister Mrs. George Lapp. I 'Q Brother Joseph Graber gave us a little glimpse into his own personal experience when W he spoke on "How the Call Came to Me." President Yoder, who is also the Secretary N! of the Mission Board, gave us a most illuminating address and burdening challenge P 3 on the subject "Prospective Mennonite Mission Fields." a W Z . Another feature of our year's work was the discussions ofitwo very practical , If topics. These were taken up in a series of meetings on each topic. In the first we . Q studied "Unoccupied Fields in America," such as the Indians, Negroes, Eskimos, lum- il Q bermen, sailors, miners and our own rural mission fields. Brother Charles Fricke Z also gave an illustrated lecture on "The Slavsf' These meetings brought before us D 1 l gs , - 58 wexkgrlirifyfffllin g " 'S 1,4 'A 5 ' s 4- avenues of service in which Christians at home may and ought to engage. The other series was on Personal Evangelism and struck at the primary and fundamental method of doing missionary work, giving a practical study of different types of "In- q.1irers." ,........ cct, t Ras 'V f I . ii y i .,, l s x Y N All of these meetings have been inspirational and educational and all have pre- sented to honest thinkers two courses of proceedure. The one is the open road to im- mediate missionary endeavor which simply means a life of faithful and consistent wit- Yl I I X N1 w W 4a f :I ,X I 1 'anim x X! YQ: I H I 'I' f 1 e sr slifw W L I 2 A A ' I f ' f fu mn X 1 1 lf YY 1 ' . 1 - nessing ,for Christ on the College campus or anywhere. The other way is the hemmed in, selfish, indefinite and indifferent Christiant ?j life that is anchored to some com- mercialg"ieconomical, or scientific problem or social situation rather than set free in the liberty of the Holy Spirit through our Savior .Iesus Christ. The lldaster mission- ary as well as the chuI'ch needs men and women who can formulate hypotheses and diagnose mighty social or political or industrial situations-moral or immoral, but the primary purpose in any case must be the exaltation of the living and untrammeled Christ. NVe cannot afford to "inoculate the world with a mild form of Christianity." ELVIN SNYDER H ,I 7 B y STUDENTS' LIBRARY ASSOCIATION X l ' I lg lf OIr'P'1CERS in 2 ELIZABETH GISI-I .. ......... .... P resident l pill TILMAN SMITH . Iril?-Pl'FSil1FIlf tj I VERNA GRABER ...... Secretary 'I l f i CLIFFORD IVIARTIN .. ..Trefz:urer E L ESTHER BRIJNK . . . .............,... . . .Librarian is : Boon COMMITTEE I I F IJROF. D. A. LEHMAN ................ . . . Chairman Q1 k I DORA SHANTZ ....... ........ I ivan I. 4 I, SADII3 HARTZLER .. .... I 'esperinn ' I if ELSIE SPRINGER . . . . Philomathenn I DALE BIXLICR ..... . . .Cir-eronian I EDWIN WEAVER .... .... fl delplzian l fall AMASA IQAUFFMAN ................ ..............,. A umm 9 , . 'Q A well-equipped library is a very essential part of every college. Good books li i furnish a considerable part of the knowledge a student acquires in the varimvs fields of f I' learning. In a sense, they become his teachers as truly as do his professors. The recog- nition of this important need of good, reliable books led to the organization of the Students' Library Association in the early history of our college. All the members of the college and academy literary societies are members of the association. The officers are elected from the society members. The finances are drawn from a certain per- cent of the regular term fees paid into the literary societies. In this way the associa- tion is certain of support. Every year it is able to enlarge the library equipment by purchasing a number of standard works for the various departments. The selection of books is made by a committee composed of one faculty member, and a member from each of the six literary societies. It is the aim of the committee to select books which will be useful to the greatest number of students in the general departments. 5 i e ' :x::unzv,,"- e Ulm ' -- ,,.. H 59 h ye ,. - 7 4 g 5- -Zi T 17 .. t , During the past school year a total of over four hundred volumes were added to the library. Of this number the Book Committee of the S. L. A. purchased forty- seven. The funds contributed by the literary societies for this purpose were approxi- mately one hundred dollars. With these annual additions the library is enabled to meet the increasing demands of students pursuing a wide range of college courses. "fl 3 N' 9' 5 i e 'ff ll lvl y 151 1 , ..,,, ,, - L 7 . - av.-,,,,.a.e L- .3 . ,iw ff- ff tllSi qWNW"U""'l"lW5 N X R f , ,un f f NN um in N ' i X , . N Q, , f if 1 K1 T - T S . 7 N ll' v ill X y 1 l i N , Q5 , , S . 1' ELIZABETH GISH 'l STUDENT LECTURE CONIMITTEE If 05 PROFESSOR S. VVITMER . . . ...- Faculty X PERRY XYODER ........... . . .Adelphinn l ALBERT HERSHBERGER .... Aurora DORA SHANTZ ....... .,..... . -Ivan ll GLADYS Loueics .... ..... I' 'esperiarz EW ELIZABETH LERABER . . . . . .Pl1lI?.llZUf,lF.HIl S 1 HODsIER HERs1-IBERGER ..........,................ Lzceronzan X , fhirs committee is composediof students representing each of six literary societies. ' The chairman of the committee is a meml er of the faculty who has general oversight L' of the work. This consists of selecting the l:est and most appropriate talent obtain- ug able. lt also has charge of ticket sales and publicity. l The different literary societies are providing these lectures and entertainments l for the purpose of bringing to the student body some of the best talent in literary ' 1 work. These lectures are provided with the idea of extending the literary societies y x and also for giving to the friends of the college an opportunity to attend programs of f , this nature. rg, lt would be impossible to succeed in a program of such magnitude without the 'lil eo-operation of all concerned. The student body has given its undivided support to X tl the entire course. The people of Goshen and neighboring communities have shown X great interest in these numbers and seemed to appreciate the opportunities afforded. X Due to this loyal co-operation the course has been successful. l X' I The lectures were given in the college assembly hall and consisted of the fol- av II owing numbers: MT -I. Smith Damron, "The Potter and the Clayf' Lecture, demonstration with l potter's wheel, display of pottery and chinaware. l mx A Sul h 6 6 V Pal 5 ul Edward Amherst Ott, "Sour Grapes." A popular lecture on Heredity. Wherihiko Rawei, A South Seas entertainment. Sidney Landon, Impersonations ofihlark Twain, Longfellow, Josh Billings, Poe and others. Everett Kemp, Interpretative Reader. l x ll: St rl 1 l f r ,I Ll' lulll I T .ul v , I sl E lk i I i u V! , X fi ii ' ilxl 4 , il i f V X A65 l My all l T. lil, 4 V N The course this year was exceptionally good. The committee aims to get the best talent possible with the means at hand. The financial condition of the committee 'f " Q has made it possible to select even better talent for next year. Arrangements have 1 'lf i S been made to secure a number of noted lecturers. They will present a wholesome, ml, N constructive program of varied interest that will appeal to all. 1 9 PERRY YODFR ' l 'G ix 9 ', lgsixsvzbm .T .. .,. . .. ....- -F sf V ,, H -- ---- ---wif -Q -ses-XX-'w'l' ' , ,f ,,,.. ................. . Y-.p-Y-,ZW ,s , - Wusexg -- ,,,,, 6ffVVyQj,,1 fum W X R - f 2 's,..:Sf" "ce ' ' e r, .74 ug 4 60 7 94' i r 'ff - - 77 ' ' IFCQ1 'W 'mx i Q -1 ev -v, ..JM' - ' xx' "" f f,f- vw Qx.. N ' , ' if' 'x 2 55, 7, ' ,-, 5 f 4 .ii K W 1 , - V P. 4' Mfr' s Wm "" 'X' . + " Y Y i r THE STUDENTS' coUNciL E V Q n xi. 3 President - Ellis Zook Secretary - Ruth Yoder li: ' Q E Vice-President - Esther Brunk Treasurer -- William Hallman. i Lp' ' Vi i ' The Students' Council is composed of representatives from the various classes galil tixlkn and from each of the two Y. P. C. A. organizations. It is organized so that students ,553 shall have an oopportunity to assist in the development and maintainence of the best ltfiipk V . standards of college life and work. It is the aim of the Council to cooperate with the 'J 'li' l faculty in establishing these standards' ey f H. Q' . . . 3 ,Q . This year action was taken and resolutions passed on matters of conduct in the N 3 .aw Reading Room, Halls, Chapel and Public meetings held in the Assembly Hall. These ff Hill resolutions were adopted at a mass meeting of all the students. iq: X 'll . , . . . i' ,El W It was also through the cooperation of the Students Council and the Faculty lit that the recreation room in the basement of the College Building was secured and ' i furnished for the college men. wld W, The members are: 5 'll iii 7 ' I Q Seniors - Irvin E. Burkhart, Olive YVyse, Albert Hershberger, Sadie Hartzler. lim hiv Z' Juniors -- Esther Brunk, Waldo T. Stalter, Ellis Zook. i ir, ' X Sophomore: - Amasa Kauffman, Perry Yoder. X 'N Freshmen -- William Hallman- l qi i Academy - Dale Bixler, Elizabeth Graber. N i Y. W. C. A. - Ruth Yoder. l Z Y. lVl. C- A. - Chauncy Smucker. it fi , il i i 44' W ea pi . 43. i . f, K T X 9 . N i i ,Qi l ' ' it d H wi 1 lil K ' Y i l All , img i K r. lx D ' YQ i Ei X J 1 iii, il 1 X 3 i , fig: . ig , if T- X .lla 2. i H' 7 ...- ...... -. ... -- i - L-v -Lb-wb'XmxxX"""f .3 """"""' "'- 1P"'WJ""f "" """" T" W:QQ""'ffx""'. .7 il.. 'axe' .2 " Sffby, ffff -114 'J 61 XI QI I I 0 I I I aI I I 11 fg ft 'f'A -R X ' o' T fly- s new f X H- L. E f 2 -I ' 0 P 5 M .a,t.L,ttt Q X A I N , , , A f I , . W 4. ,.,.,,,,,:i3f,,,,.xws? I I , JUNIOR-SENIOR DEBATE I I XI f, I I I I I I I I .I GINGERICH BURKHART A. l-IERSHRERGER VVEAVER I l STA LTER NIARTIN :I DATE, DECEAIIIER 4, 1925 SIiNIoR DEBATERS I 3 JUNIOR DEBATERS I Ixrgzztifvej Iflffifll1!11'i7,'ED I MELVIN fTINGERlCH, Captain I. E. BIRKHART AI.lZEIiT HERSHRERGER EDWIN L. TVR.-XYER, Jltrrnate W. T. STALTER, Captain CLIFFORD TVIARTIN DELKI,+XR PIERSHRERGER CHARLES FRICRE. Jlternaie I THE QUEST'ION WAS: "Resolved, that Congress should enact 21 law 92 TI Docs 7 Drxx NOAH Ox ER of Goshen College PROFESQOP D b GERIG of Goshen High School NIR H F IXOSCOE or bfilcm lhnlt und 'I 1LlSt Co V X 0 decision ot the pdges II as gn en IH ITIOI ot the llCg"IUXC I I D. HERSHIZERGIER FRICKE I I If Im! IIII Ik, 5 I Z II' I Il I I I II I I 0 LL NW I I III I I I R I I I I I embodying I concededf, I z. Ili I I ,I II I I I I I the essential provisions of the Huber Unemployment Bill, constitutionality L Y 4 'D A D , '. . Th EW 0 W ,Q "LZ Wm - . . . . . . I ,I . - - - I , - I I . R. R ' l ' L ' ' I I ? mil' v I I I I TA MAA ,X Tgwxxxxxxxxiu, V 'N 1 l,w,,,., ,,,, I .... , Y .... .. .,,,-..,,, ,, ,Nwxxvxvx I 'T' Q ei News , , ,, ,Jet Y , , I f .fm ..... ..vn,wA,. MII' 14-., nam ..,....,:- V164 ' " ,v.l 62 II I I 'I I I I II II I I 4 f'WWff'f'K'frrll?7 ef it G 1" E 'Q ' FRESHNIEV-SOPHONIORII DEBATE it 2 ti ' A ' 2 K' KX 5 -it . p W I 5 1 .f i -Q. X ff :. f 'MQW C ff' R J M' ff E fee XMfA' 9 L E ef E A f - ,fm 'Q 'f X" Txe.l,N.M,T.M,x1' S Y ff 3 "T I IM XN 'f fimm,-2..,,,-.,,,,cXfiZ,,,,.,wg R M Y 7 R L T U ' ' if x M V' M X Q n x x Q 1X 5 5 S 3 'N X Wg 5 if Q' ' i 5 i 1 X 2 3 ii i P1 1 i ee R I 2 ii CADIP HERNER IVENS FREY ii 2 HORSCII Zoori FISHER BI.-XRTlN sg 'N th D.-XTE, DECEAIBER 18, 1925 'f . tv: YQ b0PHOMORE DEBATERS FRESHNIEN DEBATER5 Q W E 7 qi C.-iffirnzatiwb cJNVf'gIl1i'Z'L'j A ig fi E. -I1 CAMP. Captain PAUL HORSCH, Captain i 'i fi EDXVIN HERNER IQENNETH Zoom i, INIERRTLI. IVENS RAIPH FISHER AMS .Q LEWIS FREY, .llternate I.. J. FXIARTIN, .Jim-mzzr ,S .Xb . X V. pu THE QUESTON WAS: "Resolved, that the United States should enter the World E ' i' i Court." .5 E R hilt i jL'DGEs i i' 'i P i MR. C. E. SToL'T, of Salem Bank and Trust Co. lt? ,VZ PROFESSOR G. G. STUBBS, of Goshen High School. i Ni 1 w lib? PROFESSOR R. B- HOHN, of Goshen College. . Sy ,i i fl I W2 The decision of the jucles was given in favor of the negative. 5 f WX K F it t 2 T ' 2 . .C teee e w,,,,, , , , . -, ' 2 63 I E I ,I 1 I I: ,. ' A -',f - f - f- fwnvfffeex -M f1mf'i'.- 6: - A S 1 X?U4Wk 1'y i X ' . S' Q 2 W ,ff ' ,Eff X -1-. O -5 ff I .4 QF.. 4' R A 'Q 'y f wmf MV T I 'LII-sz . ....,,,,xig,,,,NxQ I W S , vows, A,,, I f A N .I , . . . A a Q ,. . 5 S WOMEN'S-FRESHMEN-JUNIOR DEBAIIL I I A X Ii' I I l I I 'I I WN' I I ,I A II I XI 1 I X-I 3 QI 'TI I. 'FH il I I X K I gy I Il. 37' I N' I f VI YI I. ,,,,, Y I I A Ami S Y f FREY X'ODER SMITH RIIARTIN I Z 'A CoI:I4I. EY CL? LI' RO FII EASH Fm A .W 1 A50 Q DATE, JANUARY 22, 1926 'I QA. AIENIOR DEBATERS FRESHAIEN DEISATERS f 1, . . . ' fff QI1ff1r111atI'Uej f?X76'gHfl'U6', I 1 fxkl.-XNDA FREYV. Cnpmin LEON.-X COCKLEY, Cafvmin A5 I ' 1 49 RUTH XODER XVILNIA QIQLP S LL'LL' SMITH FSTHER ROTH I CATHERINE RI.-XRTIN, Illm-nrztv LUELL,-X EASH , dim-:late I I I W , W THE QUESTION YYASZ "Resolved that Z1 de artment of Education Should be f ' - I - I ' P I 4 added to the PreSIdent S Cabmet. ' 3, 6 E .IEDOES I we PROFESSOR D. A. LEHMAN, of Gohen College. 'A Fa f . I f MR. GRANT HINIES, of the News Book Store. If A K PROFESSOR A. E- KREIDEI1, of VVitmarsIIm Seminary. X ,1-I d Ji, . I . A U s . . . . pl . mf. I T6 GLISIOII of tIe JL:dgeS uaS gIveII III favor of I IS l1CgZlflVC. I I I I 3 , I V S :,,,,,,, cgiiv ,.,,,,,, , Sxiggwxxxxxxvfuffff H.-I AM- -'-f I,-lyaww ----'--w"- f--- f..' - --I- A X S5515 SSS- -K-Ax-Ss! I X X V ,,., A -I' 64 2 fr i 5 , 'W QQ x I li V iff: l X. i L Y r -I l 'f ff! s . QM I-a ll-ff - Z ,gqgzmncf-:nd Literatu and Forensic Not only have the high ideals of the Literary Societies been maintained in the past year but advances have been made. There is a continual striving for progress. As the year progressed advances were seen in the xx orth of the programs. The pro- grams were of varied types ranging from philosophical discussions to the finest humor. The best humor was possibly the mock graduation exercises of the Senior Class of Knocks Kollege. By varying the types of programs the aim of thorough literary development has been more nearly achieved. The past year has certainly been a very prosperous' one for the Literary Societies of Goshen College. The inter-class debates were among the big interests of the first semester. The interest shown in them was fine. The spirit of debating became so strong that even the women could not resist it, and as a result the Junior and Freshman classes put women's teams into the field. The debates showed intensive work and were hotly contested. Since it was not possible to enter the inter-collegiate debating league this year, the inter-class contests were the extent of the debating at Goshen. An entirely new feature at Goshen College in the past year was the Discussion Contest. Although it was new the contest proved to be very interesting as well as educational. Each speaker was permitted to speak twelve minutes. During this time an intelligent analysis of the subject was given. The purpose of the contest was not to persuade but to inform. The subjects were thoroughly analyzed and piesented to the audience. The great variety of subjects added much to the interest .lit , W 3 W -- .. . 'ljY.tf....txsQ-wvfrfrayq ' fa g ' 1, , j"" "M - XLX-L . .3 .... ., ,,. . .... 2 W X I G r X L. , X fb X fxx ' ' RU' Ni X x W ,x X ' 1 7 V K Y Q all v X K rl' ' , x I s r 2 i n of the contest. l T Seven subjects were discussed in the following order: "Religion in English 'p f Poetry", Chauncey Smuckerg "Relativity", Jonathan Yoder, "Crime", Amasa Kauff- j fl man, "Prose Satire", E. Camp, "Melancholy lH.EIlgllSh Poetry", Ralph Fisherg rl j "Imagism", Merrill lvensg "Capitalism in the American Government", Paul Horsch. law The judges for the contest were O. L. VValter, Principal of the Goshen High Schoolg l Q Fred R. Conkling, head of the English Department of Manchester Collegeg and " H. L. Overdeer, pastor of the First M. E- Church of Goshen. First place was N Z awarded to hir. Horsch and second place to Mr. Yoder. The prizes of the contest ind were fifteen and ten dollars in gold, given by Mr. Sam Lewis of Goshen. The "Sam , , Lewis Contestn is to be an annual event. ' K1 There was heard a cry of "Peace, Peace", but there was no peace. The thunder f of oratory was heard, the fight was on and that to win a peace contest. Goshen 'Q College, the originator of the now nation-wide inter-collegiate peace contest, has again 5, entered the field. The contest this year was local in nature. There were four ora- ' tions given on the peace question. The subjects treated were "International Peace- alg How Accomplished", Cecil Bender, "The Rationality of Peace", Charles Frickeg 1 "Necessary Preliminaries for Lasting Peace", Howard Schertz: and "A Plan Whereby H VVe :May Establish a Permanent Peace", Samuel lyliller. The orations were judged ' ,il for composition by Dean Erb of Hesston College, and for thought and organization . by Prof. J. M. Kurtz of Bowen High School, Chicago. They were judged for 1' presentation on the evening of the contest by S. L. Yoder, pastor of the St. Mark's Di lli. E. Church of Goshen, Prof. A. E. Kreider of the.Witmarsum Theological.Sem- A 4 inaryg and Pro-f. VVarren Hlestand of the Elkhart High School. The first prize of Qs fifteen dollars inhgold was awarded to lylr. Fricke. Mr. Schertz won second place ,f'1 and ten dollars in gold. The prizes were given by Attorney B. F. Deahl. The 15, "B, F. Deahl Peace Contest" is also to be an annual feature at Goshen College. ' -RALPH FISHER. X' ft Z 7 ' ""f" .lllllwfjiff " 'xNW'b" ' " ""f fjgiefswg Ar"e-- tt-i ' ' ---- -sm -xx X., ,gsm as W- - s.q,,.. - I .Mia -, 65 ,f ,f .Y 7 Ir bg I I ix I Y in S QI Y 5 I ? ff u 5 I I 2 I i P I 'zu 5 1 5 W 1? X4 5 l x 'D I 5? 1' 5 19 IP X' W I Q hi b 'MZHIPEIQEXLEHP7 4 , X W' ff.. ..x,- MW xxxxx Q , ,I ,f 1, f, : ix .xx,, I-m-4.I..,.,,,,,-I J AVON I ., - - , , 1 -,I QxQXX?" I I-A Qi X ff, ,iff 1 -fmwlg, ?Jy!,,Ayf!If.f.vXX5- X ? ig, NNN X ?flLWf I if Q 5 NL I,-,, , x ,, 'f , s , I .f:"f- fs-' -f Iv- - " L "T aw K ff? PM QiIJ,,,.4 4, 0 " f R f , l X I U X 9 X X I N 1 W I M N 3 I I : H5 f I , I Y X l . 'I 50 E. BIIUNK EIGSTI B. SMITH SHANTZ Yonex NIILLER Zoox M. SMITH SOMMERS HERSHEX' ROPP VVYSE CUII1 IMHOFF L. EASH VVELDI' ZEHR R, BRUNK L SMITH M EAS!-I G BIIUNII , ..,... . .......,...... K uri, ,,:,,,,,,,.,,,: ! .II vs-wxxxxxvimfff , .. .W ,Yam If .IIN 1- I ' YE X, AX Nw ' V 'ITWQ -. . .I , , ' lnif1.......fvv:v f I --2 ,,,,..fnlI -Z Qfgw... OU w Q , i " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' YX '40 V llNRx , - Z? -, xWf'u x 'lllllllf gsf'!- 5-M Q 5 ' "A Y 'Y' X X- f f yj xi 'B Q. f"' + 2- 5 W isf.BM,- 0 if I 4 Y W Q 1 N 'Y E X 1 ,Q N AURORA sv . M 2 1 2 E QE Q . E U ' V Q 5 Af .N E' Q ,N ' E Q' W , W W NE igbfg aw W 3 wtf h 1 fl W i M R: 1?kVf"1l A 5' '- K9 WU? W W Q f' +1 QW ' f zwszii f 5 f1rNf 5 rx- 1 sim, 63 A 43 '51 V l , v 2,21 X., WJ i m i 11 27-XM. ty 75, . QW W l WD QQ? 3 4 Qu im rm? ., ,ff WH I ff :fgu M -Q ffwr ff' x Psi 55 424, I 13 U N Qs F! fx, Q p A , n, 'Q 1' W4 1' gk b 35.41 i 'QQ X Y y 'I Y ' P ', 9 STALTER SWARTZENDRUBER D. HE7:sHBERcER GINCERICH A. HERSHBERGER ws BQ wk E f Q If CAMP YODER IWIAUFFMAN HABECKER ' fi, f Y' Ms , ALLGYER HALLMAN Ram-' E. HOSTETLER ' '. S W 'N I XJ 7 BENDER STEIDER L. HOSTETLER SMUCKER - iw 4-so , . Zoox FISHER FREY MILLER MUSSELMAN Y E5-:ffm ' ',ag"F-Q f'f- -' 1, -,- -- -M Q--X , .gg "X'WxxX"'A7"Q41',.3+ -xi "mf J' -1 .,,f. A - 11:14 V-my-A.-ig., ,,.-..-XA-.-hx.,--, gm! I f' i 1. ,,,,,,.,.,f2, X wfR,,ffff 67 f,I I. . I I,, 'lx .I I I xv' I.-I i If ,,. I I H-2----I, W r H q 'KI' ' - 'I . 'L f --J' ,i 'Qi2 xwfw - "'f""'ff f. if V . .. nw ,gwfff NWS NJ!! f Aga! f - gm Nw? yy, X -A ,. .I i 5 V X4 YQ V L Q CZK' . 12- J "Q,-6 ' vw I5 .. 2 XI: U' 2 iff ' , I 'V f Q 0 ,ff f ., . 22. 0 X L2 1, V ' ' I" Wu W aw! L09 If' 1 2 WI VESPERIAN QNX P i W3 f 4 5 Q7 H L 'l 'Q aa ,I J' '9' I ' I III P N15 , ,Q IEW? L '-EW ' , I' I :Ir I I ki .W A "Q .II 533:14 QW? EW f .jf I Nw, . If f I I, M W If ,L N .I.,.I.. 9 NJQII 55316 W 'R' 'I .bv I' . I-I U39 ga i EQ! L. ' ,I ., ,IN X., IMA 'M M N' IMIZ F IHEW ' gy 1 I, I .u Y. 1 if IH! E11 ff'L ' : W l IIN IJ WI' I II I I,-I Lf L IX. jx' ' Mifrlig 1 ylf ITV II I IA-3 MQW M '- I A -, I. Q' tfml RI IV. ' Q ,fi ,I I -ff if 4, N 'fb 7' ' IISW I W9 Nl' I Ii , If .. V I V5 fll Q I Wi' ,f Mig 1' 1, I In 'IW FIM I 114 I l I E ,XII ,LAT I N1 135552 F Sp IEW 3 QJPI' !,L2M YA I I swivxi "' I . 'A I" I . I iw' GISH HARTZLIER R. YODER FREY C. MARTIN VVYSE NM' .fl fl LENA SMUCKEP HUFYMAN LEININGEII LOUCKI: REYNOLDS I Z I Ijgf' I, I Bmnrorzn PLETCHER M. NAIARTIN MISHLER D. YODER al Wgw' TROX'ER LEAHBELLE SMUCKEP R, SMUCKEII LANTZ COCKLEY X E' W Im X J RUTH fIRABER STEINER DREX'ER M., IWILLER pf F. MILLER LEINGIZRICIE HOOLEY SLAB.-NUC!-I GUMMER Q WY E V" '5 I Y N If II V+, ,L .. I-ll'...,,ML,Q,,,.,,, E H ,f If :- -'----in-M' XXN'-'Q -----'- f- ' ' QL. - :ff .rt - N ' . -1. H ' - Y V I V V N f C A A, ,. .ffl :Yum-2 if , I I YEA! ,-A , .,f,, ,-qnzj 111 'fn' 68 J R X . x' P w wx. , . cg A Q 3 if Y QV ADELPHIAN fj jgff rf PM-'Q W . MM F RV G 1 m v M 'fs iw 5 51 GSH if 5 4 1 1 . My 3 is , K ,flu 'I w M 11 wx 4 1 Q' ' I Z ll' . x X1 x Qfxiflffl 2 "'f1 Xxx, QQ , f, 1 m A U I M if f M L NJ 1 1 JZ , ll N 5 N . . Q0 4 3 1 1 P' Q I YI XJ 1 f e l w , 1 , 5 J. i f 1 ' ' I I X w Q , 3 1 nj I f '2 3,7 ,. sf 40, + U W ni :nfl Y Z I . ,K 5 51 'Z .a Nl X rfym' ' f HWS , ,iq MVN, , P r' X .17 ' Q W , 2 lla W Y WW I , 'QW ,g Wye f Hg HE bi 521 QW H A x :V f ,Q 'y -Q' f' LrFh ? I w 17 Y U "U WM . rib? Fmcxs Wanna C. MARTIN BURKHART E. Zoolc QMSM Q U, " 'hu IVE NS Yonex SNYDER SMUCKER 1 1 ,gg Qi MJ 1 Eaaksoua SMITH REYNOLDS L. Mfxmxm M. SCHERTZ ,,,g"!,W'Ii ugly., I xvfu 'E , Hokscl-I H. SCHERTZ F. MARTIN HERNER Wy 1293 H' ' Y' ' 'Xl + LoNc NELSON MYERS S'rAx-usa' R. Zooxc Umuxbgs ,L132'. jzi ,yi W 51? W' MI jzfimq JU A 1 +L" "mt" n ---' K - ,,.,.f,,..f,, Q5 . Y --v--wa-W -V-I .. fi- .. " ,. -,A."T 41.4, 69 , rr Z., H x...,f,,, K ,, ,- ,Y - , .,, , XX 1, V, . .. V ' V, KW Q rf rw r MW' f'iJu7LE M r':"NMW'V Q e -ff " 1 e Q , ff QE M24 rr d .Q X3 ,, d. Q M . ff, 0 1 3 f 1 X Q 1 KU Q ' v 1 X' Mi 3? Y r l d 3 d I ,Wil 13 sffrlgy K . X ,7,7fr,7,y r mr ww Q X' rwfflf f We wr nf f 'fblagxxil r :FW U X 5? S ' N1 V XX Fr W fr ffl v , E V3 , " g 11 Q3 5 wg D f, 1 ikefi T X' '7 r -1 Mr I x Xa X , , r 5 , I fr rir W 1 ur X12 W WP l, fl 927' 1 mera H ee ee Third row: Stauffer, RI. Yoder, Brunk, Hallman, G1I1gI'1Ch. Second row: D. Yoder, Hartman, Swartzendruber, YVe1ty, Book. - First row: Hixler, Leichtv, Hershberger, Rletzler, Slabaugh, Bachmail. Sf, y wr ' gajg Nw WH r , Q E Wi W" X r I ,, , b F . rg, 7 S, 1' , , 'M ,rffarir We m,f'j4' 5 Z 1 Qgfogfg? PHILOMATHEAN Q gr rlx fbi V V d rf 3 7, Y, , ,- in ,, in V MW: lr M ,Wh VW ,Wi ' S fr d, Vi 5 fs 7 H N W 'r w Q 3 Third row DI Bontrager B1enne1nan,NafL1ge1 VV1dme1 H Brenneman Long 3, R Bontrager Second IOXX CJ1abe1 Shelman Bachman Lerchtw Bxler Schantz I First rou Xodez Nhller ohns Buzzard SIT11th Sprmgel Oxer V ,...... - ........... 1, :-Y.. , .. .,.....j ..... ..,,.,. ..,1..., x,KX f ' I, 3 Z . . . 1 " F 1? Y : ' 1 -v 1 I -2 y ' 1 ,. ' ll : fd - 1. - , ' , . ' ' , - "le ' 1 V Y , Y , I ' 1 N Y ' v 1 L v- a x 7 . ' 1 ll' X Z 4 - D 4, x tx 'Q R 1 Qxbrbxmxmxwrfufffl f , I W X AN D A xv sv A 0 K P"' i I2 4 T Q I-V, ,JQOQWM1 nf ,M -f -f A Lv.. 70 r CICERONIAN I Wi 3 E K fy ' N 'x ,. X X, ,,Xxx A X-,.m, Wff,4 , ,MX , X A Q mx-f x y D -' ATHLETICS Q W H my X1 , N u, n ft! ' -V .. -Q W ix M, , ,, X, X - : .'7' , I -.-. A ?9 fx , l ui , U iVf !" "-1 . alg xmr 9, .,: 7 , . X V X -x ,: .-- - - QL ' S 'A Ivk f fQ - - Va i Q , ',,lf..m,,, 'g, W ,, ixsww. U, ,,,ff,,,,,E N " . bv 4----'-MW-'S Axiffff-xwwy A . f ' V X ' 'A 1 X N QQ Wy. W , , X ,, U ,Q ' ,V u 1 5 K 1 2 I1 5 M 5 5 0 AV f , , i M' W I M Q iw 0 6 T Qai W 1 5 y 5 Q Q? X I 1 9, U t B X ' f f N 4 L if 129 3 I 4 wi ' A 'I 2 Qu ' S v 1 X l w fl A N +1 l -e. f f S , 2 of ly ,. f yy Z' "-Q 5 ' Q .- .H 4 ZWH. .. . .. tmwxtifihjx. 1 .4?l::Y:?Ti,- , ., fr :-,,,:E?:,V!v V 2 X V. V I 'lV.' If ..v . X.. i-. ..N,.x., uv' f 71 w i 1 .- . ,,.. l ,i W, -v- ,, ,,,,, ., , ,.,, . ,.W,. ,, , iWxkWS7"'l"!ll Q f' .ef Q 9. nf , ff' W rs W- N I . X. I I u ff l T-jf PHYSICAL CULTURE - 1 li Everyone bows to strength Whether mental or physical. The mental giant is a Im f useful person Worthy of admiration indeed. And we look at a physical giant much in 'Ii Sli the same way we look at a powerful locomotive. What latent strength is visible l and when in motion how smoothly the different parts work together to the end of Wil I ' motion and speed. 1,5 N ' . . . . 4 V ' Now although athletics are not primarily for the development of strength or 4 speed yet these are aims for which many strive. And the applause which greets the QI ,I LIU team which works the basketball down the door swiftly and surely bespeaks that igl ' these traits are appreciated by all. But the glow and exhilaration which comes to the S l 1 n n a X-Q , athlete as he plays are after all the prime incentives for the effort expended. 1 it i I Physical culture has been emphasized during the school year perhaps more than SI il l any year in Goshenls past history. The requirement that every student shall et a l V 1 . . . . g g 5,02 minimum of three hours of exercise per week extending through five days gave an I il X impetus to athletics which was extremely beneficial. In order to be able to meet , ' these requirements facilities had to be furnished for taking exercise. ii' f i - 1 . . 111 , Speed ball, a game played at various places, notably the University of Michigan, My l was introduced in the fall. This game partakes of the nature of .football and basket- I li fo? ball giving opportunity for speed and outdoor exercise. Three teams were organized in 'V I and some exciting games were played. 5 lI ,I I, il The coming of cold weather of course eliminated this game and basketball was 1. l Given attention. By having supper at six two full ames could be played after four ll if 1 1 1? . - 'f' . .g . - N A ' in the evening. A schedule was arranged with nine teams playing. Every fellow 6 ' had the use of the gym two or more times a week. 3 NI 1 I H , 'nl After Christmas the teams were arranged according to classes. This method gl' gl f of division really aroused more interest although it left some of the teams rather weak. W I At the close of the season a tournament was played, the College Freshmen winning I ' I f the championship. During the season one ex-student game was played which resulted l , in a victory for the College team. ij Q l Tennis was not so popular in the fall but this sprin as soon as the courts were W ' . . . . .g , , Q l I 2 111 condition they were occupied a large part of the time. A mens and womens ' UM sin les, men's doubles and mixed doubles tourne have been arran ed for. These ' 4- li g Y . . g. . if fx I ' games have not been played off yet but the men's singles championship hes between ' fl' I Burkhart, Horsch and Hershberger. I ' Ii n . . . l ' wif Baseball received some attention but there are hardly enough fellows lnterested yi l i to put up very good games. A track meet is arranged for which will be held at i' 'i the close of the school year. y li K l K 'yi 0 1 nnnu u i K Last but not least as a means of obtaining exercise is pitching horseshoes. This 1 9 is a game that can be and is played at any time of the day. In this game there also M I bg is a tournament in the process of being played off. FA 1 XI Xl .5 With these various opportunities for exercise the student body has suffered little I ' IS from illness. And the professors will testify readily that 'because the play life of the Ia S students has not been neglected better classroom work also has been done. lf " i X l L -ALBERT HERSHBERGER. 3 0 2 5 .f . .-1- ------,.--- MW .-1 .... . . ggffessssvwffff ,,,,,, , ..., ...,..-,,k,..WW, . ......... M,.,Le,x MII yy - G gz .. 1 .E K ...... 'f a Q' .1 J, , it :W . W., - I . f!f L.1 72 t , , H ,, - - - ,,. Y, . . 5 XXQ""f-Q 7t:ru1n Wfggys f fi st ' A 3 fg fr , A f'-'ft I ' f l SN - X THE COLLEGE RECORD STAFF My 772 , x f f Tl 2 I Bw 1 t I l ql ll N A ,. 5 I ll QA 4, Sll 1 H' - if x Q Q 1 l Til il 2 A ll Q T X 1 l i 'l lg? T04 l Y il :N lr! ly - l tl Y 4 5 1, , I t N. l i l nl ill l Ay lb l W2 Q l 9 l ' 1 Q A L. SMITH, XVEAVER, GISH, HERSHBERGER, l A T. SMITH, NIETZLER, ALLGX'ER, FIUFFINIAN, ZOOK, T y CSRABER, YYODER. SMUCIQER, LTNIRLE I 79" el JZ Etiitot-in-Chitf ................................ Etitt-in Wtttvtt, '26 Vt itll Q l Associate Editor . Elizabeth Gish, '27 ml: . , , l l 6 Literary ..... ................. R uth Hoder, 27 ' li' yng Religious . . . ............,......... Ellis Zook, V273 Lena Smuclcer, '27 Q lf Q tl, Ag College News .... Tilman Smith, l28Q lllary Huffman, 'ZSQ Lulu Smith, '27 S ll is Y bf Alumni .. ....... .. . ............. lllabel llletzler, Faculty ' , f Athletics ...,. Albert Httthbtt-gtt, '26 T ill f Wi 1 la? Stenographer .... ...................... J ohn Allgyer, l2Q l 59,9 Faculty Adviser . . . ......................... ..... 5 lohn Umble Nam A., ' . I Business lllanager ...................... Chris Graber, Faculty I l A tl mf, 5 - 4 ll? T" i Y ills 1 5 il ff f A t--,tt v FWFFVNIHL 'iFwFFiFQll't. ax Z YAVV Q. X 2 2 K X M, ,ff ....... 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"M-,lg .XX 5 Q I v V, v 0 J, , QV! x'r u 1 , I L A A A A A A . .M .Q 4 hIfU1fIEI1 1 . . ' ' v 'Q ' ,, ,. - . , ,, s - s . I 't 'f'5f'fflIl!"' i., fee: ' , 'fe'- ' s e P ra s xv Bi Y I. -f- f f "TO THIS END WAS I BORN AND FOR THIS CAUSE CAME I INTO THE WORLD" V These words spoken by the Saviour show that he had a clear conception of the purpose for which he came into the world. All through his life His mission was before Him. He never allowed the allurements of worldly position or honor, nor the voice of applauding multitudes to turn Him aside. All the misinterpretations, misrepresentations and threats of evil men did not intimidate him into silence nor submission. He lived, and labored and endured and fully accomplished the purpose for which He came, i. e. "to bear witness unto truth." Again and again as He approached His end He voiced the need for someone to take His place. The apostles clearly understood and accepted the challenge. They went everywhere preaching the VVord and upon the truth as revealed in Christ Jesus they established the Church, through whose organizations and efforts these principles have been kept alive unto the present day. Y In this materialistic, skeptical, Christless age, when there is so much doubt in the eternal verities, so much distrust among men and so much dissatisfaction regarding manys own inner experience, the challenge comes anew to the children of God to make known to man those divine truths to which Christ bore witness while here. The battle today is not waged by frocked men alone but by gowned men as well. It is not confined to the precincts of the seminary, but is carried forward to the school room, the college class rooms and laboratory, where doubt has strongly entrenched itself and is sowing the seeds of unbelief which when ripened into harvest can but yield spiritual destruction and material loss. Today the Master is depending upon His Church to,rally under His banners all her forces in defense of truth. This includes a consecrated, self-sacrificing ministry that in the light of modern speculations and philosophies is able to give a reason for the hope that is within, It includes a sanctified, intelligent laity that along with all their other knowledge has personally and individually learned to know God. It includes homes that are built upon the foundation that standeth sure. It also includes schools that are rooted and grounded in the Word of God, schools that can see the harmony between God and nature and can give to Philosophy, Science, Literature and Art a Christian interpretation. To this end was Goshen College born and for this cause it came into the world, that it might bear witness unto truth. It shall be her highest aim to help her sons and daughters in their quest for God and to lead them to an experience of Salvation through faith in Christ jesus. It shall be her purpose to help them separate the good from the evil as they draw upon the world's stock of knowledge for their use in life. It shall be her desire to guide them into safe paths as they search for new truths in the uncharted regions of earth and sky and sea and air, yea, it shall be her chiefest delight to see them transformed into sons and daughters of God, moved by a new life through faith in Christ Jesus. To this end we pray that God may keep us humble and hold us steadfast and true to this purpose. -S. C. YODER. ' Z", L - "i o 'mN""""' " Q' H fi .... - : e N T--f e .,,. 'fff7ZLQi'Er,,,4.i1lv QQ...:, I I 76 ' N L" 'fm X 'L - s' ""W"'iii'?' xsC r- f X N ' I O ALUMNI Y " OFFICERS 'yi President ........... ................. D R. S. T. MILLER l' First Vice-President .... .... . . PROFESSOR H. S- BENDER fi Second Vice-President .. ......... F. S. EBERSOLE I' Recording Serretary .... ....... M ABLE METZLER AK Corresponding Secretary ...... ........ M RS. S. W. VVITMER 5 Treasurer ....................... PROFESSOR S. W. WITMER f There are no doubt alumni of Goshen College who do not know what has been going on' at the college the last two years. I have had the privilege of seeing the students this winter and wish to say that they compare favorably with us old timers of twenty-five years agog that the problem of Goshen College is not numbers or quality of students or a prepared faculty, but the great problem for future develop- , ment is financial. The alumni of every college or university owe a certain allegiance lf to their Alma Mater. If they cannot make large donations the small ones are always acceptable, showing a spirit of good will and good wishes. The future of Goshen 3 College, it seems to me, ismore assured than ever before since the Church has been , taught that Goshen College is her institution and that the Church must and will ' sponsor Goshen College. , During the last twenty-five years friendships have been formed at Goshen College which certainly have been enduring and most satisfactory and which cannot be come- l, 4 pared with any material things. lylany of us would never have had the privilege of a college or university training had it not been for Elkhart Institute or Goshen Q College, and in going over the list of graduates I think the success of each, as we 1 classify success in life, compares very favorably with the graduates of any other college it f or large university. TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1926: The future of Goshen College ' ' depends in part upon how well you are equipped to fill your niche in the Churchx and ,l in society in general after you leave Goshen. The Church would not be willing to ' spend money continually on a losing proposition. However, as I see the student NB' body, I think the Church need not fear as to this. We who have been in college Q and then start out into society and endeavor to put into effect our previous training, sometimes forget that the life in a college or university is more or less idealistic, that the sooner we can get on a level with the men and women who have not had X l college privileges Cand they constitute the bulk of people most of us live withj and think somewhat in their terms, the more effectual will be our efforts, and many 'KS' sharp corners made at college will not need to be so painfully rounded. It is true 4 that frequently people who meet a college graduate expect too much. But if the four years at college were spent in a real "honest to goodness" way, and by continual hard work, close application whether in business, professionally, socially, or otherwise, , l and without being in too great a hurry to completely change the fabric of society, Q there is no reason in my mind why it will not be possible for everyone who leaves Q L the walls of Goshen College to fill his place in life successfully. And never lose Tl I sight of the fact that the more you put into your endeavors the more you have a right I to expect. l The future policies of the Alumni Association, are not yet fully developed. But Q in general, an endowment fund has been started. This should and will be augmented 5 from year to year. The Alumni Association will no doubt direct the expenditure of ' Ji! this fund. The amount received last year was encouraging. This year it will be f more substantial than last year. It is the hope of the Board of Directors and f officers of the Alumni Association that We can keep up the spirit of Goshen College ml, in our association, that we can play a part in her financial program be it large , or small, and that at least every Goshen alumnus will wish her well. 2 F I ea? 'A' Q - - ..,, 77 ll. ti . ri X 'li lxg 1 t 1 1 lil at 6 T! V .,,,, K. ,, ve. s- y ' MEZZ , 'WNSNYUIUIH . Qs SWK f " ' Q 9 1, -6 , 1 .4 'vo i . W, ,,,,,.,,,,.s f ' , :M ,IJ 1- 'l IVIENNONITE HISTORICAL SOCIETY tml :li The Society entered upon its second year of activitywith increased interest as i well as membership. An active campaign raised the total membership to one hundred- I nine for the year. Officers for the year were as follows: ,i A" I Presidwzr . . . . . . . PROFESSOR H. S. BENDER 4 .. ' . l ,IFF-IJ7'F5ll1C'711' . .. .... IXTELVIN GINGERICH Serrelnry ..... ...... C Drive VVYSE P 1 Trwzszzrer . . . ...., C. L. GR.'XBER " Librm-ffm .. DR. E. H. CORRELL l lXIeetings were held monthly during the year except in january and April. The following programswere rendered. October-Introductory Program by members of if the Society, November-The Founding and History of the Elkhart Institute, S. f Hartzlerg December-The History and Principles of the IVIennonite Brethren in ig . Christ, Timothy Iirennemang February-The IVIennonite Church Fifty Years Ago, , D. J. .Iohnsg hlarch-The hlennonites of Iowa, G. F. Hershbergerg Nlay-The +9 Story of Hesston College, Noah Oyerg and The Story of the Eastern Mennonite , School, Elizabeth Gish. In addition a special program was given for the Short Bible Term Students during February. S ' One of the purposes of the Society is to care for and increase the hlennonite Historical Library of the College. During the past year a large number of valuable volumes have been added, many by donation, others by purchase. A total of over rl ,N sixty dollars was received and expended for this purpose bythe Treasurer of the i Q Society. In addition a large and very valuable collection of seventy-three titles ,Z Ceighty volumesj was secured from the library of the Mennonite Publishing House at 7 Scottdale. The cost is being distributed over a number of years. Altogether some- f thing over one hundred fifty volumes were added to the Historical Library. The Librarian of the Society is at present engaged in preparing a new system of classifica- , 9 tion for the Historical Library. The most notable acquisition of the year was B without doubt the copy of the edition of lylenno Simon's Works of 1646 which is is extremely rare in this country. The Society expects to publish at a later date a , ,A catalog of the Historical Library. A recent very valuable acquisition is a series of T copies of old unpublished manuscript letters and reports of conferences in Switzerland, ,,,, Alsace, and the Palatinate dating from 1573 to 1700. The manuscripts have not f been thoroughly collated but are apparently very rare. They were given by D. B. K' 49 Swartzendruber of Kalona, Iowa, from the library of the late Bishop Frederick Swartzendruber. The Society was actively engaged during the year in the advertising and sale of A , various recent publications in lwennonite History such as the first volume of the Men- A 9 4 nonitisches Lexikon, Das Schweizerisches Taufer-Mennonitentum by Dr. Correll, and , 4? the Gedenkschritt CQuadricentennial Nlemorial Collectionj. ll? Q No separate publications were issued by the Society during the year but the S I mtl - D 1,1 S u W . 2 . . -.. R . 1, 4 ,ff ..----. - .f.----'------ ,-sa: y-- - ,fl-J - V- Y NY XXXX X xX"""" ' '-we ' " """"'f r"fkzQ"'f5' """" ' ""' ""' vNv7."Q--ct'tsr"cc" R-. f , ...I - -. - f 78 .uqq,Q,. w , ,sh ,.,-Qxfl-1.. 4.,',.,, .4 ,fi ,view-N-1 fe 1. -N M ps - gp V X if Q, Z? 'vi li l ll xqswuluym IW I 1 3 fx f- pgs M first Review Supplement to the College Record edited by the Faculty was exclusively a Historical 'Number and contained '1 number of very valuable contribution: by members rf the Society and others. Historical contributions also appeared in the - lblay lLlIl1hLl' of tne Reivew Supplement. In this way the Society is 'xttemptirg to 1 isc arge 1 part of its :onstitutional obliffation in the diisemination of knowled, t in . Mfennonitc History. ' , The work which ,the Society undertook in the preparation of an edition ot the , .I Letters of Conrad Grebel together with a biography has developed into a larger I I undertaking than was anticipated. During the year a considerable amount of work 1 iw t 'N' l -f -'A x' Z -1 .- . I , -- -' 1 ' Z II: ' -1 lr I x s X s 1- - ,. , J- f I '- s ff " ,x 1 V 3, '- ' V ' L14 x 'Q rf' Q ,CQ '1 . "fi ',7 . - r, is ' Q Y 't -1-J " ' 1' six, .2 ' rL.-we-Zifz. - r Xffh -51, Li, ,I 4, Q is ,. , , , ,,,x5M',Akv.-wxf., .., ,.,,.-,.-'4lZ,,,....xwssf v I 1 ' i Q X 141 v 1 l 1 ll NJ' R V lsr, r Y V 5 s ,f . . lfl , l 1 yr K . , . 1 . , xr l 5 f , 1 . 1 K , K f is v' I I I t fl h . . I . I . H. - . el , 9 ' L' "Ill l t to was done"by the editors, Professors cm-ai and Ilender. No definite date has been Q ' set for -the publication. During thc year new letters and :sources were discovered in Z ' - , . . . . . . , r 3 ,f Swiss Archives, ot which photostatic copies have been recured. Professor Lorrell ll proposes to visit St. Gall and Zurich, Switzerland, during the coming summer to I gl ly complete the archival research necesrary to a thorough study of the subject. 1 ,I v , 1 1 ' 1 A w . I E505 rlhe Society has also undertaken to rupport and promote the hnancial :support sq? ll, .3 ot the lllarbeck manuscript which has teen prepared by Dr. Loserth. To date :aornt-A ' V thing over one hundred dollars have been gathered and forwarded through its efforts. I, , li It is hoped that the work may soon be brought to a successful conclusion. ll! lf N ,Z During the year information concerning family histories was requested from H' 6 Q 2 several sources and supplied. 1 l N . f . . . . , , , I . Ml lhe Society looks forward to a continuance and enlargement ot its service to lar X the College, the Church, and Historical knowledge in general in the field of lNIen- ' ,ly - - ., i A i L nonite I'I1sto13. 5 lr! S I 5 I V b f r ,ir I H ll 1, l ll r l I 2 9 la? I all . f H y s V i f ll , I "2 ss. 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I I L A A A A A A allege 1712 E -.. fif s....c.. x.x,N JK? ,Q 'V , ,U 1 , .fax,,...,.,,, , V Calc-:n Sept. 16 Wednesday. Registration begins. The men take a hike to College Point for a get-acquainted Wiener roast while the women have a social in the Reception Room. Each newcomer gives a brief autobiography. Sept. 17, Thursday. Registration con- tinues. The Freshman class numbering dar 'VIiss Frey, and Mary Martin sustain sprained ankles as a result of the out- ings. Sept. 26, Saturday. A rainy, drizzly day. Students begin to talk about being overworked. From the viewpoint of the baker, college may not be a four year's loaf after all. - , I , 1 UWKSW"lllll 'C K 'i f""fQf'X f"'W7 ' W. XS- s I X -a P 1 y 1 67, boasts the largest enrollment, while the Junior class comes second. Bro. C. F. Derstine preaches in Chapel Hall in the evening. Melvin Gingerich conducts the first devotional meeting on "First Things First." Sept. 18, Friday. Get-acquainted So- cial is held in the Reading Room. Dr. Correll impersonates a sentimental Ger- man school girl. Sept. 19, Saturday. Girls begin to decorate their rooms. The stores up- town do a rushing business in cretonne. Sept. 20, Sunday. Dean Oyer preaches. The new students are as- signed to their Sunday School classes. Sing in Reception Room after Y. P. M. Sept. 21, Monday. President Yoder delivers term address. Girls of Kulp Hall have their first house meeting. Sept. 22, Tuesday. New students still registering although school has been op- ened for a week. Sept. 23, Wednesday. First regular Prayer Meetings of year. Sept. 24, Thursday. Marion Schertz goes to the hospital in Elkhart. Sept. 25, Friday. The World de- feats Iowa in a baseball game 7 to 4. Freshmen have Wiener roast on College Point, the Sophomores go to Bristol, while the Juniors take to boats and 'have a social south of Waterford. Charles Fricke Miss Frey and lVIiss Gish lose their way on river and return at II :3O Sept. 27, Sunday. A group of young folks sing for aged people in vicinity of College. The first quartette goes to the jail to conduct services. Sept. 28, Monday. Boys begin to solicit for new members for the literary societies. Everybody gets excited but no one gets hurt. Sept. 29, Tuesday. The weekly Bible Study groups organize. Sept. 30, Wednesday. Bro. D. A. Yoder conducts chapel, while Bro. T. K. Hershey preaches in Chapel Hall in evening. Oct. 1, Thursday. Students have their seats assigned to them in Chapel. After supper, the girls play games on the campus. Oct. 2, Friday. The girls demon- strate how the boys congregate in front of Administration Building after meals. The Sanhedrin goes boating. Oct. 3, Saturday. The boys make their first attack on the dirt in East Hall. Oct. 4, Sunday. Bro. S. Hartzler preaches in Chapel Hall. Oct. 5, Monday. The women begin soliciting for new members for literary societies. The Auroras entertain their new members at 7 :OO. ' Oct 6 Tue day Bro A L Buz zard from Illinois conducts chapel ' f' lf ',"- 3 Q,Y.iI'. R Z f if gif, F - , , . , c . . . . umm 0, , , - ,MH v-14-YJ M ww X151-: f-, - .Y ..... ug. A- . 9 all 7 X -y. 0 N --11,4 WEQM. ,USN f X gf .y1a.....,.fwf.: . "f,-Jag., A .,, .fun " 4...... g,,,C,,, :,,., .f, 1 1 Tilglil I fm, Y tr Y1f.f.WikQ 1l11Uy 'N 'V iav - H ' ""'4 "N" ysfxigrfip?-'j,fQf. . Q , I 0 ' ' - fl Y I ' 1 Oct. 7, Wednesday. Nellie llliller, Ethel Oyer, Ezra Camp, and Samuel Q i Yoder go to Nliddlebury to hear a lec- Q 1 1 g ture. They Sit in the hall until 8:30 1 l Z Q and then are informed that the lecture 7 'WS lx has been postponed. "All dressed up si X and no place to go." ' X I' il Oct. 8, Thursday. The girls discover 1 ly N that Treva Sherman sleeps with her 'l 9 mouth open, and that she can eat slices Q N of apple without waking up. So they Hp 3 ,' next try beefsteak, but she wakes up as- f 1 4 tonished. lylabel YVyse remarlcsg "Bly, X l but I'd hate to wake up and find a piece l A QB of beefsteak in my mouth. I'd be afraid l , I I'd have bitten a piece off of myself." l X ,1 Oct. 9, Friday. Ralph Fisher and Tilman Smith listen in on the Hersh- I 1 l ,V berger's radio to the world series and I 0 Q arrive fifteen minutes late for chemistry ,Q l recitation. lVIelvin Gingerich's enter- 1 l tain the college Seniors and lyliss lx rl ' l Louclcs. Academy juniors and Seniors l 'l ,ia X hlavelizhoutirkg in the underbrush along , 7 1 t e art 1ver. I , 3 Oct. IO, Saturday. Wiln1a Vvelty and lp! Olive Wyse visit Beulah Yoder in the B 'Z country. Mrs. Hohn visits the dormi- 1 X tory. 5 Oct. II, Sunday. Bro. I. E. Burk- l ll xx hart preaches. The lllartins entertain ll' ' 3 college students. fu Q Oct. 12, Nlonday. Avons receive my new members. The lecture course is 4 Z announced in chapel. Miss Louclcs ad- ml l vises students to buy two tickets. Stu- ,y l 9 , dents become enthusiastic. l 'T l l If' Oct. 13, Tuesday. A willing group l ll ll of students help J. D. Brunk harvest Q his onion crop. tx al Oct. 14, VVednesday. Speed-ball is iii - 2 introduced to the students. The Fresh- i S- men lost ,to the rest of the school 2 to 1. ,lj Q The Historical Society gives its first pro- ,ji gram. C. L. Graber tells the students W ill, f 1 1 4 5 . 5 ll .fy..' A ,.-A. .-...-.......- . WF-A - - - Af .... ---Vasa. NN-XXX-'DH' . ., ...,,,,,. ...WWI ..,...., ...,.,.:....--..W..x Q 1 Q . v ills . '- 1 . gmiwllyy ,,,, g 83 X I , 1 1 1 . ,. ,,,. I , ..,. ,L - , , ,, , . 1 .M I s11:11"e sw-111111111111 f s- ' B ee - 2 1 . 112 rea- 1 ' ' 9 Q 1 1 - . N , - M, 11 v 7" 1-1. that this is their one chance to join an Thelma Ropp, Marie Miller, Nathan organization requiring no dues. Reiff, Wm. Hallman, Omer Steider, 111f l Oct. 15, Thursday. Ladies' Chorus and John Augyerfflke qmner m Elk- 111 - - h hart at Esther Leiningers home. Sec- j . 1 organizes. Mary Bontrager has a birt - onds 0 h. ke .1 th He dinin X day and is' carried to the attic by way hall H C 'C n 1' e .CO ge g l of celebration. ' A 1 , ' 1' 31 ' Oct. 16, Friday. The Vesperians and I ?Ct' 26' yI19l?d?"tt-I' Sn3dEhDEgFr02 1, ' l Adelphians have a social. Meanwhile ,liiyqzstoll . xfuotter :nd C ay' 5 1 0 another group pulls taffy and pops corn C U C is le a CH C ' ,1 ' in the kitchen. Oct. 27, Tuesday. Speedball teams EW' 1 l r anized as the "Blues" the "Reds" " . 'f.FdIhffh Og H ,, ' .' 'N I heggielylaiigiildai re a m 0 as and the Grays . The new Physical i 1 ilu O 5 S Th BTH Education program is announced. fl , , 1 r en- , 11 Ft ' 1 .un ay . C 6 S d Off. 2s,1vedm-Bday. B111 Hallman 1 W 1 terta1ngNell1e entertains one group an f H , t the diuin han d ri U dimer L Nona another. a. S m O g U nb I iw . i with a chef cap on his head. Paul Weldy Q7 , l ' OCY- 191 Mollday' The hfsf Show' goes to sleep at the table. A real snow. . f l 1 fall- The first goloshes appear. 1' lvl Oef- 201 TUeSdaY- 7 The Ffeshfheh Oct. 29, Thursday. 'Deaf and Dumb g , f have debate tryouts. Ixulp Hall women table in dining mom. The Southern 1 l have H11GfhC1' house meeting- folks have a special table and sing ml 1 1 Y ,, ,, . , 7 r X 1 Oct. 21, VVednesday. Ixulp Hall DIME Land In fhe kel of K' lll 1 girls give a reception to the day students. Oct. 30, Friday. Bro. S. M. Kanagy ,fe 5 ' The Freshmen have more debate try- conducts chapel. The Freshmen have a 11, 5 1 outs. Professor lVIiller and chemistry stu- hard-time social in Science Hall. Cath- 1 ,QM dents go to South Bend to hear a lec- erine hlartin entertains the Juniors. I li ture 011 "Tantalum". The conferring parties in the matron's B FH - t r d r I d . 1 X f Oct, 22, Thursday. An algebra table O Ce me rea C O app es an popcorn 1,,. , consisting of Esther Brunk, lilabel Oet- 3I1S3tU1'd21Y- The Auroras and , VVYSQ, Alum Zghr, Nia,-Y Iylartiny Blade Avons give a program at Samuel Yoder's If :ul hliller, and others forms in the Read- SCh001- Several Qf the eollege fellows 1,51 1 2, 2 ing Room after supper a11d noisily solves hfly b0Xe5 heighglhg to glfls teh 01' j i Ill quadratics. Professor Bender appears, eeVeh Yea1'S 0 - 1, I . n ,AL gg and there IS a dreadful s1lence. NOV. I' Sunday. Charles Frickex 1,31 Q Oct. 23, Friday, VV0f1d-F1-eshman Homer Hershberger K Co. run out of 05 ' dv l, Baseball game. The VVorld is defeated. gas and l0Se fhell' WHY agalh- Some Stu' , jf? , 1 Sisters-all meeting. Vesperians and Adel- dems 20 fo MI- B- C- Church t0 hear l ' 'Q phians give a program in the country. Hhfflhflh H115 THU home 50 35 t0 1 'lg W Homer Hershberger attends and runs get lh bl' I0500- W1 ,Z 0Ut Of 825- Nov. 2, Monday. junior women try i1 1 1 1, ' out for debate. Y 1,1 1 v' 5 Oct. 24, Saturday. Esther VVidmer, Elsie Springer, Leahbelle Smucker, Eva Steiner and 'Mabel VVyse go hon1e with Treva Sherman a11d Mary Martin. Ot. 25 Sunday. Alma Zehr Nov. 3, Tuesday. The women en- Jo1 their first Phssical Education class Nov 4 Wednesday The Freshmen girls try out for debate A warrior in 3 we e ' "' fri' as Y 1 ' ' " """1" eww ."', .1 ' 'ge L Y X- ' . . . i ..,, 'X '5f2,,A U . -Nu, I' ?fw,f we Q- f ff.- -Sac ,c-..cs.f2,,-f A , 1.. .....'f 'v.1z- ,, .N 'aka-., g-2 f,,,..,.111 -1 P I - ,.-, 2, A hllf i ' 1 r fl 1h S Y h ' u W S G 1 . 1, . . . . 75 X, th C 1 .1 - I M1511 1 5 l , ' - - " 1' 1 f 1 , me ssse X we-'ff' .f . . .... .. .. ..... if QW 0 11f . 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'X l Stalter is the champion cipherer. l l, 5 1 Nov. 10, Tuesday. Samuel lyliller l ff N falls downstairs at 6:30 A. Mi. 5 ', l ' Nov. II, Wediiesday. Armistice Day. 0 Everyone becomes jubilant on account of 5 having a half-day's holiday. Charles i N 4 Fricke attends an auction sale and thinks ' that he is buying eight chickens at sev- enteen cents apiece. He discovers that the price is 51.35 apiece. The girls . come out to witness a speedball game. All ,1 As usual the "Grays" are the victors. V Nov. 12, Thursday. "Volume One" N l falls off a chair in the Reading Room. ' 5 ,A He alone does not appreciate the joke. L1 s lx Nov. 13, Friday. Elvin Snyder l Li l f' speaks in chapel on "The VVorld's Need ll ll of Godf' A number of students attend I N - literary at Esther Leininger's home. 1 l, . 1 , all Nov. 14, Saturday. Miss Landis be- ' ll X comes inquisitive as to who took Beulah il lx Smith to the football game. Bro. D. D. 1 ' My Miller and joseph Graber speak in l Christian Workerls Band. l V n li YL . . ii ' 1 E 1 ,Xml """ " """" 1' ,,,.. - f-GI-1 fi--Y---A f--- - - -SBS.-ilPcXXmpcXX'z""f -:MQ-.v -.-. f .. f--. - ,,,..v.,,,4,,........... , ,,x,,,,,',,, ,,,,.,,. x ix l -1-1 1 -A 1-- g Tiff' f I- --1 2 1 . . . IW x Sq"lll!I!f N' :if fr 5,'f'i""gffATT?!'i"N'l""ffM??sm iv?" X f 5 Y ifffnsif i"f'.sL.Af. -' .f , . .. ,W ,,,,, ,,,,.s N... . 0 l 1 .5 .Ze . lx Q? . . - if Nov. 15, Sunday. lyllssionary Day ter for home. Those who remain have at the college. Bro. Joseph Graber a social in Reception Room to console S preaches, themselves. 41 Nov. 16, Moiiday. James Amherst Nov. 26, Thursday. Twenty-five pres- Ott gives his lecture "Sour Grapes". ent for the Thanksgiving dinner at the Some students take a ten minutes' walk college. Specials were chicken, cran- " fter the lecture berry sauce pumpkin pie and ice cream- . X 21 . D 1 v I NOV. 17' Tuesday. Basketball game Boys have a hare and houndsvchase. ' flq between VVorld and Frosh. Joseph Nov. 27, Friday. Miss Ixlopfenstem X Graber plays his farewell basketball entertains friends at A. E. Ixre1der's. l X game before Sallmg for Indla' Nov. 28, Saturday. Students who re- qlf Nov. 18, Wednesday. Nlinnie Gra- mained at college study hard to get ,Q , ber speaks to the Foreign Volunteer ahead of those Who Went home. tl Z Band Attorney Anthony Deahl gives a NOV 29 Sundav John Habecker lg I 14 ' rl ' Y - ' E shave' addless OH Thrift' "steps out" and goes to church at Elk- ! l Nov. 19, Thursday. Professor Hohn hart' 'Z gives a chapel address on "Thrift." NOV 30 Nlondav Sadie Hartzlm. w 'J ' ' . " . lol Nov. IQ, Thursday. Professor Hohn goes F0 Sleep In the ,Beading Room' lx N gives a chapel address on "The Contri- Rawel ,lectures OH Th C Samoan ' bution of Sociology to Education." Presi- Islands' 'l 4 dent Yoder speaks in conjoint devotional. Dec, 2, Wednesday, Professor Um- Q f Auroras and AVOHS give 21 program in ble forgets to go to English class. W. T. X 1 the C0UUf1'Y- . ThCY take 21l0l1g all Stalter speaks his mind- to Esther Brunk 1 abundance of critics, chairmen, etc., but who goes to Call him, ia? no Vesperians are allowed. Dec 3 Thursdav Elsie Springer re- NOV, 2Q' Friday, Attorney Zogk ceives a' box of -Pennsylvania apples. speaks in chapel on "Character Build- Ofhel' glflg Obllglllgly hClP her t0 CUTS' ingf, The students who have made ar- them UPSfa1I'S- i N' rangements twenty-two days previous Dec. 4, Fridav. Juniors and Seniors H hear McCorn11ck sing at South Bend. debate on the niet-its of the Huber Un- Nov, 21, Saturday. A dead day at employment Bill. The Seniors win the Q the College, debate but Professor Umble congratu- . . . Lt : th ' th ' 't . - N0v.22, sunday. Bishop D. D. Mil- 'HT 6 lumois on elf Saum' fo I 1 . . fesror YV1tmers treat the Junior team Y, er conducts communion services. ,- h W, I Kilt an oyster supper. ll l NOV' 23' lwonday' During the Dec 5 Saturday President Yode1"s , 9 Sourse of a round-table discussion on birthday' Students Surprise him by U0- 6 Crime the Auroras discover that - - - f b W R I h F21 t d Y . . .1 f V. mg to his home to sing. T. lx. Hershey NZ I 3.961 hier Speil fl fl m 'lm or HO' goes with students and Tilman Smith, Q a mb mms Spec aus' mistaking him for Homer Hershberger lol Nov. 24, Tuesday. Adelphians de- thumps him on the shoulder several ,MZ feat Auroras in a basketball game, I3 times. . 'A l to 12' Dec. 6, Sunday. Bro. T. K. Hershey Wow 23 Wediesdav rlhanksgiving vacation begins at 4 OO Students scat preaches at the college Students con duct services at the County Inhimary . 2-- .ii We Z Aw Mg, 2 . . . V . . - X . , . - . . . . . . . . 2 . . l 3 . 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Iowa girls de- feat World in a basketball game. Paul Horsch is referee. Dec. IO, Thursday. Mrs. Rodman's death is announced in Devotional. Pro- fessor Umble leads the meeting. Subject: "The Gift and the Giver." Dec. II, Friday. Mr. Timothy Bren- neman addresses the Historical Society. Dec. 12, Saturday. Esther Leininger entertains sixteen students at her home in Elkhart. Dec. 13, Sunday. Christmas chorus renders a musical program. Eighteen students attend Vespers at the Presby- terian Church. Dec. 14, Monday. Vesperians and Adelphians give a public program. Charles Fricke becomes excited but is of "good cheer" nevertheless. Dec. 15, Tuesday. VV. T. Stalter, Wm. Swartzendruber, Harold Cham- bers and Delmar Hershberger stay up till 2 :3O A. M. airing their opinions and convictions. Dec. 16, Wednesday. Sophomore- Freshman debate. Frosh win while Sophs feel blue. Open house at Kulp Hall. Boys demonstrate the process of turkey-gobbling to saucer-eyed girls. Booster meeting for sale of Maple Leaf. Dec. 17, Thursday. Bro. I. W. Royer conducts chapel. Bro. E. -I. Ber- key conducts devotional. Students ser- Dec. 18, Friday. Christmas vacation begins at 4:00. Students rush for home. The students who remain feel blue. Jan. 4, lllonday. Iowa-Ill. basket- ball game. Iowa wins. Jan. 5, Tuesday. School opens. Many students go to the Sth Street Mennonite Church to hear the Bluffton College Glee Club program. Jan. 6, VVednesday. Fifty-two short term students enrolled. Professor Umble almost misses the "goat," but halts it by the use of a prodigous amount of lung power. jan. 7, Thursday. Students get per- manent kinks in their necks looking at Venus at 2:16 P. NI. Term social in evening. Boys make so much noise in carrying chairs back to dining hall that Miss Frey gently interferes. Jan. 8, Friday. Revival meetings con- ducted by Bro. S. M. Kanagy begin. Bro. S. E. Allgyer conducts the devo- tional. Albert Hershberger on way back to East Hall sees an open window, at- tempts to throw a frozen ground clod into the room, and breaks two windows and a transom. He remarks: "Don't let a little thing like that bother you." Jan. 9, Saturday. Boys go skating on river. Jan. IO, Sunday. Sing in Reception Room after Y. P. M. Jan. II, lNIonday. Stalter and Bill are afflicted with a psychic illness which prevents them from attending classes. Albert Hershberger gets a notice from the Business lVIanager. "Please pay S5 for broken windows." Jan I2 Tuesday Professor Bender gives an illustrated lecture on MCd1CV3I l enade the faculty not missing the jani- Cathedrals K1 1 a "".1iIWf'1" S- 1 PvXXXXX - E., fn ' '---' - xx ---a'5ia f Q Q N Z 1 1 1 7 1 E N1 '11 5111 1 1 I 1 1 1 11. 1 1 ' 1 I I 1 W 1'. 9 1 1 1, 11 .1 V S 1 Q 1 ,1 '1 B l W1 1 N 1 1 ell I KI l A 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 1 . , 1 . 7 . . 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Louella Eash loses her music. Professor Miller visits the Au- roras. Jan. 19, Tuesday. Short-termers at- tend a concert at the High School. Jan. 20, Wednesday. Dr. Correll ex- his opinion concerning his Ger- presses man class: "I believe that youlre bright enough, only I don't believe that you Work." Beulah Smith and Dora Shanti: stay up all night to study English. Jan. 21, Thursday. Juniors defeat Sophomores in a basketball game, I2 ro 9. Jan. 22, Friday. Junior and Fresh- man women's debating teams clash. Freshmen win. llliss Frey becomes'elo- quent: "Of course, you people know how a census is taken. That is, if you are old enough." Jan 23 Saturday Charles Friclce gives an lllustrated lecture on Immigra tion in Christian Worker s Band Jan. 24, Sunday. A dead day around , the college. lVIany students gb to the ' country for dinner. lg f M Jan. 25, Monday. L. lllartin is li observed in Reading Room reading the if art department of "Time". It seems aql 1' strange that attending a basketball game -I N at South Bend should have such an ef- 1 1, fect. The Auroras dramatize Martin 'll Luther's trial before the Diet of VVorms. lvl, 1 Jan. 26, Tuesday. Seniors and Soph- l 'l 11 omores have a basketball game. Burk- ' hart makes one basket-all by himself. 1 Seniors win I5 to II. 1 1 -lan. 27, Wednesday. Illinois and Indiana state pictures are taken for the llilaple Leaf. Dinner is late half an hour on account of low gas pressure. 1 1 1 Jan. 28, Thursday. Fourteen degrees V below zero. Snowdrifts in the attic but 1 Y the heroes brave the storm all night. 1 1? Bro. I. VV. Royer conducts chapel. 1 jan. 29, Friday. Examinations be- . . , 1 gin. Algebra students get their D s and 1 h look glum. ll ' -lan. 30, Saturday. Students make sl use of this opportunity to review. ' Weather suddenly becomes warm. . Jan. 31, Sunday. Ice cream is served Pl X in the dining hall for dinner. Warm "'l weather continues. Lewis F rey's Ford BQ loses a wheel at the college ent1'ance. 1 1 'x 1 Feb. 1, lllonday. Literary Societies i 7 1 elect officers for the second semester. History students begin to worry about 1 the examination on VVednesday. 1 , 1 Feb. 2, Tuesday. Students begin to 1 wish that they had studied harder dur- ing the first semester. Bro. H. V. Al- brecht conducts chapel. xl 1 , l . Feb. 3, Wednesday. Exams finally 1 are over. Sighs of relief. Oral Expres- , ' sion and Dramatic lnterpletation classes give a public plogram Bro D D Trover conducts chapel Z W mi.-K4 V - 1 1 ' . . . 1 I S 1 1 1 N 5 7 ,, , , , .,,. , -,V ,V , , , .gr eswwsx n g.- .,. ,, . ., ...,. .,,, ..,, , .... ., ,, ., ,,,...,u,.gu.., I Q Q5 ,jf S. , A Q ,Ss ' X 'NK ,N xx fa. ...., I .K " W- . -. , ' " xl .... uv .,,,v1-, Ma, V ' ,,..,,1 A' to 4.........7i. ., . 4 L, 1 flI7ld1fAc?1- E 88 V, - , 1 '.1,141'1f1.,f1f1 , , , ,, . 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Y. P. C. A. con- ducts annual drive in chapel. Avons and Auroras entertain other college literary societies. Mr. Camp, chairman,.directs everyone to look to the left for the punchbowl. Everyone looks. Feb. 6, Saturday. Grace Brunk goes to sleep at 8:00 P. NI. and is awakened at 10:00. She gets up thinking it is morning. Feb. 7, Sunday. Bro. C. L. Graber preaches on "The Course and Crown of a Devout Life." Students attend re- vival meetings held at Olive church. Feb. S, lVlonday- Funeral of Professor J. D. Brunk at college. Dean Oyer preaches the funeral sermon. No school activities all day. Feb. 9, Tuesday. fMission Study classes have their first meeting. Feb. 10, VVednesday. H o w a r d Schertz conducts an auction sale of the oil paintings by the art students. Up- per class girls are defeated by the Fresh- men in basketball. Feb. II, Thursday. Rev .T. E. George of the Brethren church lectures don nton n on Vocations Feb I2 Friday A group of college students are entertained at the home of Ras ohns Short terms students hare a fareu ell social Feb I3 Saturday Short term stu dents lease for home Omer Steider rs taken to the City Hospital Feb I4 Sunday President Yoder preaches Creamed chicken is served for dinner at the dining hall The follow ing equation expresses the composition: Pork : chicken :Z 9 : 1. Feb. 15, lllonday. Bro. J. A. Ressler conducts chapel. Feb. 16, Tuesday. The Sanhedrin visits "Admiral" Chambers and threat- ens him with persecution unless he prop- erly performs his duty in keeping East Hall in the pink of condition. 'Feb. 17, Wedrresday. Thelma Ropp visits the hospital. Mrs. Oyer speaks to the girls in prayer meeting. Feb. 18, Thursday. Harold Cham- bers conducts devotional. The study centers on John I. Feb. 19, Friday. Professor Bender goes to Ohio in the interests of the His- torical Society. A partial quarantine is placed on Kulp Hall on account of much sickness. Feb. 20, Saturday. Among those on the sick list are the following: Elizabeth Gish, Sadie Hartzler, Lena Smucker, Esther Brunk, and Oryan Brunk. Feb. 21, Sunday. Dean Oyer preaches using as a text John 1 :7. Feb. 22, llfIOIld3.Y. Professor Cor-- rell's Economics class visits the News- Times Printing establishment and the Home Telephone Company. Feb. 23, Tuesday. Professor Miller and D. Hershberger prepare beautiful colored solutions for the course in Quali tatrve Analysis Feb 24 Wedxresday Domestic Sci ence girls bake bread and treat Qualrta tive Analysis students Avons defeat Vesperrans in a basketball game Dean Oy er speaks to the men in prayer meet 111g on The Young Man and the Church Feb 25 Thursday M1ch1gar1World basketball game The World suns Nlel lie lllrller and Olive VVyse are locked vl-. f X ff X xx W , , rc is - ' V I -Y' l . . n , i - . . 1 Y - 7' I . D- -7 ' KA . ' - X r ' ' - - 1 V L . . . 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Ruth Yoder en- li il i ll tertains a number of friends, among X l gr l them the matron and the Dean of 1 li, , WOUXCII. In their absence Freda Imhoff gl nl l and lklabelle Smith assume these offices. l X ll lVIar. 1, lN'Ionday. lklarch comes in ,.i like 3 lion. li lklar. 2, Tuesday. Rev. Rich from gl Rocky Ford, Colorado, conducts chapel. 0 N M1's. Page speaks to the lklission Study , '2 ' classes on "India." 'It ff li l X ' lVIar. 3, VVednesdav. Dean Over l +' gives a second talk to the men in prayer 1 qi . i ' meeting. Q ll . i ' ll lblar. 4, Thursday. Rev. Rich speaks :I Bl in devotional. B! . lg , I I w e lVIar. 5, Friday. The Home Econom- N Q5 f ics students conduct a pie and doughnut , sale. Omer Steider returns to school ,N from the hospital. The basketball tour- l 9 ney at the H. S. attracts some atten- Q Q t10I1. 1,6 ll' 2 Mar. 6, Saturday. Beatrice Slabaugh fl? ' , becomes sick. She is taken from Kulp V l' x Hall to her uncle's home. 9 S i FD X liar. 7, Sunday. Leahbelle Smucker, l Ng K 9 Ruth Brunk, Lulu Smith, Ethel Oyer, ly li ' lklilton Smith, Tilman Smith, Ezra I 7 Camp, and Chauncey Smucker eat Sun- ' A day dinner at Ruth Y0der's home. lklary X N4 Martin also entertains friends at her l i , home near Elkhart. , I lklar. 8, lllonday. The Inter-Society l , i, Literary Council meets and begins to X y, i draw up a new inter-society agreement. V g fm, if . ' , S U 2 Y ' 9 ,.. .. .,...,.... , FMF, Y ,, ,.?ZY:' W, ,.h,,,,,,,,, XV xx vwxxxxxiffl ,,w:'.X.,Zi,., , .,.. .,. ,m,,:f,,Z , , Ww?,,-As KNNYNVK K .V , Nt ..- WZ - X sin., -s ,., y - 91 . , , ,, ..,. l , , ,V ,'- uv, f - x Wy mg, -NX -. vw mm ' , 1- Aw A - X : - s' F 1 ' 5 f 2 F .. 1 V. b W - i f . ' '- "' ' Nwfsksswffvfvrnf g 4 . f .. Z X .. .f . -. 2 ' N w azure ...-.1,,.Liw4,,,.,us,ff - ' ' . - 1, , , , ,, , - vwllf .. . ' I X , I 1 .3 4 f, .Y C . l X N 1 mr! liar. 11, Thursday. Professor Hohn Pa be These meetings continue at noon every finished by candle-light. In the Junior's day of the week. first game, Stalter makes three personal ffl, 1 - fouls within five minutes and is then put 9 4. 1 Mar 9 Tuesday Everett Kemp 2 :L 1 , ' ' - ' out. g - I il gives the last number on the lecture ,X course. Mar. 20, Saturday. The basketball , xf Mar IO Wedllesday Between them tournament continues, students becom- Qi . , . . , . . , Stalter and Herner furnish a pie, a lag :EW TuCPhe?Elied'fa51Eshmen Wm - chicken, and an angel food cake towards 0 e as Omg H n 0 ' ' . I I ll a feed ID East Hall at 10:00 P. NI. Chlilsr' 215 .sundiiaf Sgfmgr begms' QQ The Hershbergers, Tilman Smith, Ralph lc en an me me or mme ' N, Fisher, and VV111. Swartzendruber help lNIar. 22, Monday. In the early 3 dispatch the provisions. Herner fails to morning the city policemen attempt to get a piece of his own pie. catch an auto thief who seeks refuge in IQ ' ' coal bins and tin can piles back of Kulp K speaks in devotional on "Spiritual Food." lllar. 12, Friday. Avons and Auroras give a program at Ruth Yoder's home, while the Academy Literary societies give a program in Elkhart. A group of students leave for Chicago to attend the "Christian Life" conference. liar. 13, Saturday. Ruth Brunk and Beulah Smith take a flying trip to Ohio. lvlar. 14, Sunday. Esther Brunk gives a talk to the children at Clinton Frame Church. The Volunteer Band gives a program at the Prairie Street Church in Elkhart. liar. 15, lllonday. Students return from the f'Christian Life" conference. lXIar. 16, Tuesday. A number of stu- dents go to the First Baptist Church to hear the lecture "Dying on Third." Edwin YVeaver attends. lllar. 17, NVednesday. Vesperian- Avan basketball game. lNIar. 18, Thursday. The first day in Rlarch on which no snow falls. News reaches college of the death of Olive VVyse's mother. lylar. 19, Friday. The basketball tournament begins. Lights go out at supper time and supper is hilariously Hall. A number of shots are fired. The horror-stricken girls relate their various impressions at the breakfast table. iXIar. 23, Tuesday. lWen's Recreation Room is opened for business. Betty Bradford's dog begins taking electric treatments in the Physics Laboratory. He shows signs of having a powerful voice. lNIar. 24, VVednesday. The girls play an outdoor baseball game. Freshmen win IQ to 15. The boys enjoy the game as much or more than the girls. The tennis courts are rolled. Historical So- ciety gives an "Iowa" program. lllar. 25, Thursday. Bro. C. L. Gra- ber conducts devotional continuing the study of john' 1. lllar. 26, Friday. The Avons and Adelphian societies give a public pro- gram at the college. lXIar. 27, Saturday. Several students are stricken with Chessitis. The new recreation room and the inclement weather undoubtedly are to blame. Mfar. 28, Sunday. Bro. D. D. Troyer 5 of the Clinton Frame congregation V preaches at the college. l .4 lllar. 29, lllonday. The Vesperians 2 I if, give a program on "Ideals" in the As- f f sembly Hall V V 1 1 W f N X ffl. Q N . Q 1 , 5 1 vwCxxxXXcv,m,,, A ,,,s,,,,,,, ,,,, uwV',.AWWvNx,,, K , ff f wwf 'nf' 'n ,m Wg? 'XX "' N - 4.. .,.. ... 1,2 HW, f-1 2,71 . . .. EMTVMWXL . ,A , gl., 1 1 ,.. .... .. ....... ,,.... . ,I - - f ,zgqlqvliz . X XX .,,.W'X-YQ., ,,... X S X K ' 1lf,,v..iP9?is X Q li 5' I0 ! ,, L . , .Ac Xxxx Xl 7 Q .tx if Mar. 30 Tuesday. Charles Fricke posts the names of those aifllicted with Chessitis, giving them a chance to work off the disease in a tournament. Mar. 31, Wednesdayf. Professor Y, X 1 X e' s 423, J l U Q S I Y . 1 E l V H lkxx vig l li ll fl I W it? li i r ll Wi l 2 K il l lol l T if il he s l i i' l i 9 i 'T ff is I Nl if ' - .S ij V' Miller is sick with la grippe. Apr. 1, Thursday. Miss Frey con- ductsdevotional completing the study of John I. A temporary bird club or- ganizesn with Howard Nlusselman as president. Apr. 2, Friday. Many students go to High School Auditorium to hear the Goshen Choral Society sing f'The Seven Last Words." Apr. 3, Saturday. Eggs and sherbet for supper. A white Easter. Apr. 4, Sunday. Nlany students go to Elkhart to hear the Easter cantata given at the Prairie Street Church. Apr. 5, lVIonday. The Avons enter- tain all the other societies by giving the Komlnencement Program of Knocks Kollege. The class colors are Dark Black and Old Rose. Apr. 7, YVednesday. Olive VVyse rc- turns from Iowa. ' Apr. 8, Thursday. The men discuss "The Blessed lwann in devotional while the women consider "Things VVorth While." lkfany students hear the ln- diana University Glee Club sing at the high school. Apr. 9, Friday. Vesperians and Au- -roras give a public program. Amasa Kauffman asks: "If this old world blew up, what would become of us ?" Apr. IO, Saturday. The Adelphians clean out the fountain, getting it ready for painting. A missionary from Ni- geria, Rev. Joseph Ummel, speaks in Christian VVorker's Band on "The N1 Q O x W4 fx If f Q X 'S' Tm: l v , l , , g ...... .... . .. ......... ,--- ,,,,,,, V lgfxxw fXLc,,,dAV5f4ff-V ,.-,. sf-Qx-S --fi.-..-. v-Q. a..-as-,af .fzffzfff 4 A , i 5 w f 1 1 , - , L . ivwsswffufn . f" ' Q - - - A f X,Q,x - N - . 1 if X V6N" 1 lllll X .K 9 X I i 0 N U W, .Y . - i f 'lf I L l XZ J Needs of Africa." Boys roll tennis courts Some Kulp Hall girls have study periods and level the baseball diamond. taken for scaring their friends. i APT- 11, Sunday- DOU1 Shanti and Apr. 22, Thursday. The early risers Q E Flizabeth Graber go for an early morn- take a bird xvalk. It begins to rain be, BN f l mg ramble and End 3 Salafnandef- The fore breakfast and rains all day. Bro. W X rm College STTOYUS PYCSCIHS KTTH? Easter S. NI. Kanagy conducts devotional us- ,A , Q Ewmgel- ing as a subject "The Overcoming Life." il M Apr I2 Monday Professor H S - - - V l ' ' -' . ' L' Apr. 23, Friday. Discussion contest. l i llc- Eendlfr niakes allltluilcelillents In thi Students get new ideas on "Capitalism" il 5 ' . eadmg Com' C OC ers are move from Paul Horsch, on "Relativity" from 1 l 5 P to the cloak rooms. Henceforth no more Ionqthan Yoder and on ..BaChe10rgv ll I W, , s 1 Y , , rx , I if mme! from Amasa Ixauffman. glut! Apr. 13, Tuesday., Tennis season Apr 24 Saturdav TOO much rain T 4 905 Opens with a racket' for tennis. YVhy not study? l El Q Apr. 14, Wednesday. Dr. lVIaude Ar- . H- ,N thur speaks to the women. The chorus nuii2'r231Q liTlV'i-goijxyliiglilgmlg l' ' ' ll reor anized I, is partia v g t L ,- I . ' J 43 0 attend eatha Troyer s funeral. 'V' A. Th .dn Cwlbkbll l-Oi pictriifiesliire taukrc-irrai Drilriirtliirsiretccii- .Apr'.26' Nlonday' Howiird Scheffz 0 Q f - climbs into a tree to beat time for the , , 7 tmues her lectures. . . . . . Al' 4 N girls singing the Avon song 1n the lxulp .X ll Apr. 16, Friday. East Hall is opened Hall studio. r ' , lf for the inspection of the girls. They be- A T d B C W L . 7 Z come somewhat envious when they see . Pr' 27'k ues ayh I 'S eig- ff 1 thc well-kept and nicely-furnished rooms. ggi? Spea ti at t fel Slsaogf tu y ,lb lk The lVIaple Leaf Staff has its picture awes on e le 0 ' ' 0 man' 1 E06 fakfffl- V Apr. 28, VVednesday. Rev. Paul M. '54 x - ' K 'Z Apr. 17, Saturday. Leahbelle Smuc- Bro? gf tl? EFghSh,,I6T1tl,leIian dgiriih ' A. ker, Beulah Smith, LeRoy Hostetler, Speaf m C dpe on Hman a ' M John Allgyer, and Chauncy Smucker nesjs' ,Ln , l ICHVC fOr Ohio- Apr. 29 Thursday. Professor D. A. A ?P " . 7 ' is 5, Z Apr. 18, Sunday. Every student IS Lehman gives a talkfn Chapel' il invited out for dlllllef. is fl'lC f:lI'St Apr- 30, Friday, A dllfnmyi Whgse , W J Teil: that' the old dlllllel' has had for anatofny Consists of the property of f ll . 4 21 Ollg Ume- Leahbelle Smucker, Ruth Brunk, and SM Apr. 19, Nlonday. The Adelphians Elsie Springer falls from the second X X l W entertain the other societies by giving a Hoof Poffh of Ixulp Hall' Tllman N x v l Z A ,la 7 5 musical program. The Tennis Associa- tion adopts rules governing the use of the tennis courts. b Apr. 20, Tuesday. Beulah Smith adopts a canalv bv the name of "Tony H Apr 21 Wedne dav Lexus Frey goe fishing ai d catches a mud puppy Smith and Ralph Fisher run to the res- cue and carry the victim to East Hall. Professor llliller smashes a bicycle rack with his "Fierce Sparrow." ll'Iay1 Saturday. Elvin Snvder gives an illustrated lecture on Christian Stewardship in Christian VVorkers Band Howard Shertz pushes Leah T 5 Z nu.-1741 l N . 3 ll tl li ,X 4 . . y , . il if ' ' ' ' U ff ' . . ,, . . . , f i I , S . . , s n . 1 . ' I 'If ,- ' - Y ' - lf K 4 S .1 - r . ml. Na Q x . D T? S Q . i f 1 I . ...... - .... . ....... . is -if ,J-Y .... ---W f swssw-sxwfbfff -. -. ---..-.. . sa-.. ,. .... ........... . .... . .. ... cess-.. ,x Q Mwgfsis v - . fl f II 'v X A w-Hu' Miyagi' misc., A N fx., gm, .,,.. ,gs -X -K... , .se L N 4- ' 'zzz ....... .ev ..,.w f ,2e., J' ,...fi 2 f9f,........:+.. V- -yfllf . a.. 1 i I A vfnrfvfhf. . .Q is ' sc -'mm!flIlI"'W ' fs QV: , M , ,. A A f i, x ' ' ' kk E ll R ff i N I l l 5: S ' K A X li l -x i. ll ln E, l 74 I U on lex f 2 Y ll Lil il lol if l I i Q . i l I 1 ,C ! lol l .', -V X .aiu 2 l i 5 Dr 'I r 4 1 3 l 1 Z 'Q li 5 i' 5 Avy ,.. ..,............. ml l' belle Smucker about in the "Fierce Spar- row." Mary Martini takes a flying trip in the same vehicle. Supper is served picnic style in the grove south of the Ad. Building. May 2, Sunday. "Admiral" Cham- bers, Ralph Fisher, and Albert Hersh- berger go for an afternoon stroll and are caught in the rain. They come home barefooted carrying their shoes in their hands. Esther Leininger entertains a group of friends. lllay 3, Nlonday. The third Hoor of Kulp Hall is quarantined on account of diphtheria. lllay 4, Tuesday. Dandelions and onions for supper. llflay 5, VVednesday. Bro. D. D. Mil- ler conducts counsel meeting in the As- sembly Hall. lllay 6, Thursday. The Adelphian Fountain is put into operation. lliay 7, Friday. A steak roast on the river south of College point-The "Admiral" gets up the bunch. Students Serenade hflary Bontrager. May 8, Saturday. The Vesperians and Adelphians entertain the other Col- lege societies informally in the meadow near the dam. Everyone has great sport playing "dare-base." lllay 9, Sunday- lVIother's Day. Bro. C. L. Graber preaches at the college using the text, "Behold thy mother." -May 10, Monday. E. Wiebe, Principal of an Oklahoma denomin- ational school conducts chapel. Professor Correll shows pastelle pictures to the Vesperians and Adelphians. May ll, Tuesday. Mary Bontrager rejoins the student group and the quar- antine on third floor of Kulp Hall is lifted- May 12, VVednesday. State Inspect or, Mr. Vogel visits classes and labora tories. -ai! .. M- 1 - N-.,3Z?:.,.,..,Y ..., --w, c - W.-,-. --3 A fu gg z- O . ,QNX - -.yy f.f,,, - 49' W -931 ' 4' , fwf ' ffffsfg. i' ,, .finniigay i '1 f I 0 1 S Ev 1 l 'E 1 9 Q5 -ix I -4 ll V I I 1 l l i ll -i li 2 ' bw! - 1' V N 'I as f 4' x X 1 , , , .1 ,. . r 'll?"'KieKNw""l'ffff X71 . ,xN, s afari 3.,.1,,giesZ 4,, ff' I I H T i e l X ll .Y i X May 13, Thursday. Mr. Vogel thing- Girls of Kulp Hall hear tin can speaks in chapel. The devotional and rattle, SYOHCS patter ag21iIlSt Windows, si: Social Committees of the Y, P, C, A. and other fearful noises. Lulu Smith 2 conduct devotional meeting and social on weepS. RUSS Ffel' efemblfi lVIiSS Loucks if l College Point. The boat races arouse is afraid to get up to lock her own room, ll great interest. Many students after- and Dora Shantz alone is fearless enough Y i ward go to Baptist Church to hear to go out on the porch to see what is .. De Moss Concert Singers. the Irlattlir- li Ajay 14, Friday, The Adelphians lvlay 22, -Saturday. The Freshmen ' in l and Avons conduct the student body and have an Outing: In Splte Of the fact ' visitors in a trip around the world. that the day is extremely cold and 5 Nellie Miller impersonates Nokomis, the gloomy they report a good time. Some I old Indian. of the stav-at-home's run oft with some fri ' if ii lVIay 15, Saturday- Only three more of the we Cream' QQ Saturdays till school closes. lVIay 24, lbiondgy. Esther Lginingeg Q i M , 16 Sunda. Bisho D D throws five ringers in the course of a H 1 as v 5' p ' 1 X lVIiller conducts communion services at game of horseshoe- l r f the'college. Nlanv students. attend the 51213. 25, Tuesday' paul Weldy. geti glzllonhs- S- lweetmg at Clmton Buck wet in the fountain. Del Hershbergex 'ol ' ure - and Zeke Bender decide that if a girl f . . , N lN'Iay 17, lVIonday. Campus improve- turnslone down the best thing to do IS , ment day- The Professors come out in to Quit hef- l thelf Shift Sleeves- Tifle Aeadefnl' Soel' Because of going to press this account 4 etle? gwe 3 pregram' Admiral acts as closes here. There are numerous inter- ff chairman, while Treva Marcella con- Sting events vet to Come. Qu Saturdav l li !! ' ' ll V duets-the Heart and Home depart' the 29th of lVIay the Biology class ac- pfini ment m the newspaper- companied by Professor VVitmer, is to l 3 Mas. 18' Tuesdavn Charles Fridge visit the Sand Dunes at Lake Michigan. 4' - , ' - ' , - T . - , H 1 .- gives an illustrated lecture on the life INCH WCdU9bdH5- .lllflff 3' the U11 C1 ' X gf John G, Paton, Bro, Oscar Burk- ami-nations begin, and already there are holder of Breslau, Ont.. conducts chapel. 1UdlC3U0f1S that the 2lgC"l0f1g fear Of . T .. . x h - r 't b ' t f fp lklay 19, Wfednesday- President exams -at no ie- een eraqlca-ed rom lj 7 . the enlightened minds of tu entieth cen- y Y oder appears at College after a siege of tum, Goshen Colle C qtudents The Q the flu. Professor Witmer gives an H ' - - - g N ' . ,, . ,, nals in tennis will also reveal who shall illustrated lecture on Birds. Dean - ., Over Speakg to the men of the upper be the champion tennis player. The I I x . . semi . - ' ' ' '-finals on the winners' side will be M51 3? Crjglldsgtidggspemtlon m the Dlayed by Albert Hershberger and Paul i l C p M e' Horschg on the consolation side Profes- ' 'Q QMHS' 20. ThUT5d21Y. Winstori Gmg- for Glen Bliller and l- E. Burkhart will 7 Cf1Ch forgets t0 study at his reserved vie with each other for the entry into X table in the Reading Room. Results the championship match. There is a l ,ag unknown. slight suspicion as to who the final con- Q Ria.. 21' Frida... Junimgseniol, Ban, tenders will be. but since "there is no Wi quet. -VVm. Swartzendruber imperson- argument with faten we Shall reserve 1 Q MCS Burkhart so effectivelv that some our predictions until some future time. l S think the imitation surpasses the real Au Revoir 7 i f . . ,ii 1 'B - J, ...... . .............. H.. .f ,Y,,,,. , 1 Xxg Savssssssxxxxxwlifff , ,, ..,,.,.. .,,I.,ZKvmW ...,.. ,,,-.,.,,w,:,kS,,, Ng Mi .MQ fvi,..'f.., We '- ' . : 'f 1 Y e f1i......fv2:w ., .,.-ffimlfmg-Q,,...u: -Q" f..Q.i1.J Ill 96 Kenna-as aus: I FLK' N? Y Y VIQAHPPIIE EIXESI I l H I1.R.KBLENEY1TlOY'1 l '-' Gu c -J . ' I an V. J ' 'S ,GITXVINY 'lviffflzf I 'f ml-lv AH ' lf! J:.'!.G:dl SGI I 1 EAN5 ERVICE .., v W nljwymzgj QI F T L F. F T FUGT WUZE CUSS 11 I u ld Art C I-IFB 0 I NRIIOHAL CONTEST All RMRRVCAH c. I. P.x. wffqnfsm Awww 0 ' SO 'WE EA msg 5,.,,ill.v., 155956 2 as - 3 ,455- ,. X glliilhldk xs lf' I -a ry-A-I . A XRST 'indiana S PRIZE lol F Y, Sq ,Qs xp' pk. 3' 191. I qc - qg. . 'X' , ,L ,N "HAY .gh ,,.2,n Nl ma R Ir' mann vu sms! 3 ff '., .. . A X A1319 SERVICE IS PRIZE WINNING SERVICE HE above picture tells its own story. Seventeen prizes in one year is a record of which We may well be proud. Let us help you put your annual in the prize winning class. -I Wrz'fe usfif' complefe z'nj9rmaz'z'0fz. INDIANAPOLIS ENGRAVING COMPANY W'ul.rin Building INDIANAPOLIS 1 INDIANA 5' 'S 97 ll NEVV 1 , I1 Paclman Floral Shoppe My Memory Book Hluqtmted 1 309 S. Blain St. 524 Goshen Ave. A new loose-leaf book for recording I Goshen Ind- Elkhaftylnd- interesting events of student lite. New f egects inlbindings. ,, Two Complete Stores size I0-9, I-H pages, boxed cloth 52.00 l ' Kraft Leather, 153.50 ldlornl work for all Ofcasions ' THE NEXVS BOOK STORE I PRICES VERY REASONABLE Goshen, Ind- NEWV NEXV XEW7 NEVV NEVV NEXV NEVV NEVV IN' EXV SUITS TOPCOATS S H IRTS - HATS TIES S HOES GLOVES CAPS COLLARS Step Right ln Young Man! Dorff stand on ceremony-Come and see' what's what-It will be a great pleasure to show you- XVe want you to know that you're as welcome when you come a-looking as when you corne to buy. SAM LEWIS CO. Society Brand Headquarters .ff 15,55 519 X in ff! Goshen Typewriter Exchange New, rebuilt and used machines bought sold, repaired, at lowest prices. JH Kfnds of Typezuriters FULL LINE OF ' :vs mam A ll .Q S O my :TX xl? -6,74 Q xgifszw ....,.. , 4 271- 'A N4 il uuulls g , - - r, H , ,4 ning, 1. ts - . r . , S G- ,1 Q 1 1 Y Q. rw.. ' T f 1- ' "Jill . ,. j- 1 - - V L l OFFICE SUPPLIES Agents tor the New No. 4 Corona Phone 530 - l0S N. Illain St 93 THEIWHLADELPHUXy "HOUSE OF PURITYU HOME MADE ICE CREAM AND CANDIES College Trade Solicileal 110 SOUTH MAIN STREET, GOSI-IEN, IND. 1.3 T - 1 I l The Newell Bros. Co. l M- E- OVERHOLT il 'l . V - . "THE STORE ON THE SQUARE' li For all KODAK Servwe READY NOW Also Complete Showing of Clotheg and Picture taking in the homes, schools, oubzooms or outdoor groups. Pictures Dress Accessories for rl colored true to life, in oils if desired. Summer VVear . IO7 YVest VVashington St. E PROFESSOR HOHN SAID: ' With reference to the subject of heredity, "You can't inherit a wooden leg, but you can inherit a wooden headfl "Some people have a Rolls Royce taste and a Ford income." In reply to this question in Secondary Education: "IVill there be any reading besides the text book ?" "There might be, but I would rather have you fundamentally sound in on-e text than half baked in I1 dozen." TIVER' HOUSE FURNISHERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS EFFICIENT AMBULANCE SERVICE .99 L. SIMON COMPANY MENS XVEAR HART SC.-XEI-'XER X MARX CLOTHES Knox Hats Florsheim Shoes llzmhattan Shirts Hansen Gloves ESTABLISHED IN 1863 ULP FU ERAL HOME ' ,.l4:Af,5W2f'-.-'ggf - -Q. ii. -f,ffy,.t,mfg1r.g T 'V L. i ' W. 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R Your Sweet Tooth ls Annoying - UE ,LQ Q . . t ,HURT ORDERS You, Satisfy It Uvith A11-American Cafe Morse's Preferred OPI-QX DAY .JND XIGHT Chocolates Next to lnterurban Station At All Dealers ichmond Distributor R- M- Sfemfn 5- Stemef' 100 BEYER BROTHERS Ivholesale Grocers GOLD SHIELD PRODUCTS 215 E. CLINTON ST. PHONE 231 GOSHEN, INDIANA ji.-.l. ,:, ig W, ff- Y,- i DR C R YVEAVER S ,QQXUNLASSQQ . . . endmoa 'ff-este, M, 5 I oST1:oPr1 TH X A Room 43 and -H Hawks-Gortner Bldg. Swv C693 Phone 399 The Gilbert Cleaning and Dyeing Co, DR. E. L. HAY DEXTIST PYOIIIDI SCTVICC RIOdCI'I1 1I6tl1Odr H3yy'k5-Goftngf Goshen, Indiana 125 E. Lincoln Ave- Phone 463 1 Phones: Office 152 Residence 2 on 152 Now greater values than ever before- Closed cars in colors. Roadster S290 GOSHEN SALES X SERVICE CO. Tudor S520 Touring 5310 Coupe S500 Fordor S565 .111 prires F. 0. B. Detroit. 306-308 South lXIain St. Goshen, Indiana 101 Salem Bank CHQ, Trust Company Capital and Surplus 3250000.00 A Consolidation of ELKHART COUNTY TRUST CO. 8: SALEM BANK Established 1900 Established 185-1- VVe solicit your patronage, be it large or small. Hou Are lnuited To make This Bank Uour Headquarters FURNITURE RUGS DIUXPERIES -J J dm 5' ll' V XVE CAN FURNISH YOUR HOME 4. 'Ill' 4,-11,41 in arf attractive, but inexpensive manner. im ..' ' s . . - QE., Qui' Stock 15 comprised of many beautiful NQQZLQX w x 1 . . . . . 3112155 glea m suites and pieces that will outlast a lifetime- -: f 5:5533 ll ll ll x " l THE SMITH-CLARK CO. "HOME OUTFITTERSH 210-212 So. llllain St. Goshen, Indiana Phone 371 .--.-.l72 lil? Y lrlir- H WY '-l-lv, Yf?fi f WiYi l- fAkf WW Y- Make the evening more enjoyable by Drs E. A. Carpenter having refreshments at the DENTIST PARADISE 1 Ice Cream, Sundies, Superior Chocolates N Special consideration given to students. , Appointments adjusted to your schedule Hot Lunches and fees to your budget. Opposite Court House Phone 312 127 E. Lincoln Ave. Phone 56-1- l fi 102 DR. S. T. MILLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON X-RAY LABORATORY 506 S. Second Street. ' ELKHART, INDIANA Yellow The Leather Goods Store HARNESS AND ROBES Cab TRLINKS, TR,AXN'EI.ING BAGS, LADIES' HAND BAGS, AND SMALL LEATHER 24 Hour GOODS Cab and Transfer Service I U5 EM Lincoln Ave. Phone Phone 86 Goshen, Ind. A little philosophy inclineth Il mnn'S mind to atheism, but depth in philosophy bringeth men'S minds about to religion. - Bacon. VVithout kindness, there can be no true joy. - Carlyle. Nothing is more ridiculous than ridicule. - Shaftesbury. A Ridicule is generally made use of to laugh men out of virtue and good Sense. hy attacking everything praiseyvorthy in human life. - Addison. Riches take wings. comforts vanish, hope Withers away, hut love Stays with us. Love is God. - Lew Wallace. A Plaufs Dry Goods Store To BRETZ for Glasses XT I XX h B' . I ' Not t e rggeSt Store Nw Petz But The Best OPTICIAN OPTOMETRIST G h I dl GOSHEN, INDIANA. OS en, n lam! A Gver Miller's Shoe Store Phone 49 103 Compliments of You PAY LESS AT- , 9 TIONA c N evo DEPARTMENT .STORES Goshen's Chain Department Store Il'E IVISH THE GREATEST POSSIBLE SUCCESS T0 THE CLJSS OF 1926 INTERSTATE pllbft' Ef0lll,00lIl GAS, HEAT, POVVER AND LIGHT Phones 531 and S50 Compliments of N 0 B L E ' S 1 DRUG AND BOOK STORE K Opposite Court House Complete Line of Drugs, Toilet Articles, f Stationery, Books, Bibles, and Office Q Supplies- Good Shoes Hosiery Too "TRY BECK'S FIRST" 10-1- X I Lew Miller DEALER IN Shoe Shop Goshen Electric SUNDRIES BICYCLES WM. S. YODER, Prop. REPAIRS STUDENTS' TRADE SOLICITED 112 E. Washington St., Goshen, Ind. Our U'ork is Gzmranteed 109 E. VVashington St. WHEN BUYING BREAD SAY Cream of Wheat Bread It is the Best Home-Blade-Bread Ask for PURINA- Pure Whole VVheat Bread. VVAKARUSA BAKERY PHONE 42 Ferndell Grocery F N. Hascall Co. U'orId'.v Finest Prodzzfts DECORli:,g2IQ'N1gICTURE U' E' Mast! Pfopfiffof' Q CARDS FOR ALL occ.4s10Ns VGROCERIES, FRUITS AND ii Students invited to VEGETABLES 1 1 visit our store while waiting 227 S. Blain St- 3' for cars. Phone 607 Phone 608 Opposite Izzterzzrbmz Station Sow the Seed of Thrift and learn the lesson of saving by opening a savings account with us. Once started you will soon understand why it is that people who save for a purpose are able to see that pur- pose grow quickly into realized fulfillment. Accounts can be opened for as little as a dollar. The State Bank of Goshen 105 X400 gLT U17 fc 5. 4530 d oo Q 0 Ao cf' F7 A an' 190 campus. CHRISTIAN Institution devoted to the training of young men and women for Christian Service in the active pursuits of life. It has a Faculty of Christian Men and VVomen who are trained in the best institutions and well equipped to give instruction in their respective fields. The following courses are offered: College, leading to A. B. degree, Teacher Training, Bible, Academy. Reasonable rates, excellent environment, commodinus build- , ings, ample laboratory and library facilities, and beautiful FOR C.1T.JLOGUIi OR FURTHER INFORIEIJTION ADDRESS THE PRISSIDENT, OR DEAN, Goshen College, Goshen, Indiana Il'flt.v J. N. Ifolf Shoe BIt'lx'ay5 rllillzfr, Hen' SL .,, ,,,N.... . Co., Dmmfer, Pa. Co. .1'kron, Pa. Q ,.,., .. l . X Nut brown side leather, Patent vamp, Held mouse I V pony cut lace. Made in or grey cab quarters, pat- I X J . misses', childrenle and ent cut out collar, child's 35. 1g.'?13f5i'1f-f5'I.,3 V ' Xt, V growing girls'. Misses' misses' and growing girls Ns ff J 55 . X i t Xia and childrens in stock in YVe manufacture a good -ilt '--Z ' ,, C and D widths. serviceable snappy line .4-'fab fx : ll'olf If'e1l: Il7l'I7l' IVHII of. 1ntants', childrens, fi H -1-1fQ5SgQ 'ffg-z . . ' A rn1TsesM Band growing Q f Z'5ag:7 ""' ' gn' s' c 'ays. A'yf'i" R , KVV.. , mi: no ji '."' x, Both firms under one manage- "-' -' ment. Mcliays and XVelts for J 4' wholesalers only. Deliveries in " ,fff four to six weeks. Samples and ,Q prices on request. TI-IE LASSIE LADDIE SHOE COMPANY i Akron, Pa. -- Distributors -- "I-Ionest Shoes for Little Feetl' Wall l ' Pictures ED. NY M EY ER Paper Frames 85 Paints DECORATOR 85 Shades 106 l Olympia Candy Kitchen V Headquarters of X i GRUEN and ELGIN VVrist XVatches Eli effl llfiifll High Grade Home lVIade Candies and ii u 1' l Delicious Ice Cream ' Headquarters for i Sheaffer Lifetime Pens College Trade is Cordially Invited , if KRUG Sz CROWELL Corner lllain and Clinton Phone 519 Square Dm! Jewelery ., Il IN CHGOSING YOUR FGOD Full many a flower his hornito blush unseen, and waste its sweetness on the "USE TASTE" desert air. - Gray. Did day light saving make you miss if your Breakmif Today? Flowers are the emblems of our own pelmoui Coffee Carefully Pfevefed and great resurrection, emblems of the bright :erved Huh Cream' and better land. - Longfellow. Gilijilen lQC5liIUl'Ulll sis YVe specialize on lVaffles X Pan Cakes. Surely he is not a fool that hath un- l2l L. Lincoln Phone 181 wise thoughts, but he that utters them. -- Bishop Hall., He who determines to love only those who are faultless will soon find himself alone. - Vihischti. He that doth a base thing in zeal for his friend burns the golden thread that ties their hearts together. - Jeremy Taylor- 4: :li Il: ik Q15 - Ladies of fashion starve their happiness to feed their vanity, and their love to feed their pride. - Colton. sc ag. ss sa an Grant me honest fame or grant me none. - Pope. No true and permanent fame can be founded except in labors which promote .Eevifissaeflm3Q5i.fi:QhHikSEUmHCrg e , LUNCHES ICE QCREAM CoLD DRINKS y WEAVER 81 PLACE ' PARKSIDE . G foeef ies c-5 M eats q-5 Auto Supplies Students always welcome 107 Deahl 81 Deahl Attorneys-at-law Salem Bank Sc Trust Co. Bldg. GOSHEN. INDIANA Telephone 4-1- ll i. U GOSHEN FLORAL CO. ry Growers of Choice Plants and Flowers V for all purposes Store: 108 E- Wa'shington St. 3 Green House: W. End Pike St. PHONES 5, Store 87 Green House 104 i i The C ollege Record: Reveals the tenor of our thinkingg Reflects the manner of our doingg Represents the spirit of our college. It contains the following departments: Religious, College News, Literary Societies, Alumni Notes, and Athleticsg also many articles of literary value. Price: One year 531.00 RENT A FORD U Drive It Chris Yoder Garage PHONE 440 AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES FISK TIRES ik RADIOS 203 VV. Lincoln Ave. Goshen, Ind. 2 years 31.75 ROGERS E? WILSON Pianos, Player Pianos, Orthophonic Victrolas, Radios, Sheet lVIusic, Records, Musical Merchandise of Every Description E. C. WILSON GEO. V- ROSCOE GOSHEN, INDIANA 108 Catering to Students Always l H "Trade Uvitlz The B0-vs New City Drug Store E. J. Erickson, Ph. G. J Higgins EG? Snyder r Opp. lnt- Station So. lhlain St. men's wear ,. GOSHEN' IND' ll 203 South lllain Street Phone 172 VVe Deliver 11775 YW- ,,,,, ,,,,, ,Y Only a Photograph whether it he a snapshot of scenery or a portrait of a fellow student, can bring back to memory the pleasant recollections of college life and keep close friendships in future years. The Schnabel Studio N. E. Cor. llflain and VVashington Sts. Phone 316 Goshen, CLOTHING and HABERDASHISRY can easily he selected from our large stocks of everything that is new- Price? Lowest in many years. VVC ask comparison KOH LER CH, CHAMPION 112 So. Main St. In 109 This .Jlnnuat Printed bg he Qgnslgmr rinierg SCHOOI Annuals-fCOmmerCiat Printinq t 621 South Seventh Street Goshen, Ind. Qxpplwriaiiumt XVE HAVE FINISHED OUR TASK. THIS NUMER OF THE MAPLE LEAP ADDS ANOTHER VOLUME OF HIS- TORICAL VALUE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OEGOSHEN COLLEGE. IT MAY NOT BE PERFECT IN EVERY RE- SPECT, BUT XVE BELIEVE ITS MERITS XVILL COMMEND IT TO OUR READERS. IN PASSING XVE XVISH TO PRESS OUR APPRECIATION: TO THE BUSINESS MEN OF GOSHEN AND VICINITY. THEY HAVE MADE POSSIBLE THE PUBLICATION. THEIR ADVERTISEMENTS MEAN NOT ONLY A SYMPA- THETIC ATTITUDE BUT ALSO A'BUSINESS INVEST- MENT. VVE ADVISE OUR READERS TO RETURN THE EAVOR IN TRADE. TO THE INDIANAPOLIS ENGRAVING COMPANY, FOR EFFICIENT SERVICE IN ENGRAVING. TO THE GUSHEN PRINTERY, FOR HEARTY CO- OPERATION IN THE ASSIMILATION AND PRINTING OF THE BOOK. TO LEROY HOSTETLER, XVHO, THOUGH NOT A MEMBER OF THE STAFF, PLAYED THE ROLE OF PHO- TOGRAPHER-IN-CHIEF. -THE STAFF 110 -Wy! 92,-aecJa.,M, W 5 fic? 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