Goshen College - Maple Leaf Yearbook (Goshen, IN)

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V 1, Afyf.-Q"QgQ, ' 1 -1' . rg V V 1 1V , , ,MAN ' 1 1' , "K I I Wu" '11 4. If 1 1 1 '11,1,1 ' 11. 1 V , 1 V 1 f1VVVVV",1VV:V ' I 1l'11V:',', vi. .1 Ll M., 511, V 1 1- , ,1 1 y!,1 1 11- ' fi I 15, - 2 , . .1g..,-1w '.'1 M, 'fu'-., 1 1p'1'1v1 ' f 1 ,1 3. ,1- -.1 11 -,wx ' 1 , V .1 - V,,4 w il The 1928 Mr . lixlli N l Maple Leaf X15 If lm Volume XXIII QT T . 2' :gable N o 'I i i 05 Aoq ssnqxohd i 5 I "Iso " I Published by l lm The Junior and Senior Classes Im fr-if of ill I Goshen College N I Y Goshen, Indiana ll li I V V Q V, 4 I V joremoro we hahe essapeh. in the maple leaf of 1928, to give an intimate 'glimpse of the ,stuoent life ano to portray the true spirit of our Qlma 1-Iflater hp placing the proper emphasis on cherp phase of her artihities. This bolume is not in: tcnheh primarilp for intellertual eoifiration or for rultural hehelopment, but rather as a permanent retlertion of those pleasant mem- ories tohirh eherp frienh of Goshen College hioulo retain. mere ebents are soon forgotten: it is only the spirit anh trahitions which libe. Thus me earnestlp hope that this bolume may he a memento of a happp ani: profitable pear to eberp stuoent, ano that it may he instrumental in strengthening the honhs of frienoship he: ttneen Goshen Gtiollege anh her ronstituenrp, C0 e 2 2 1 1 7 1 h J 1 1 4 4 Q- 3 qw , gg j il i Estimation um Billiill A illrhznwn mhn fur Imrutu gram has rflirirnilg nrrm-D an hrnh nf Ihr hrparixnvnt nf HHZITIIIXIIIIIHIE a11h.5Xatrnnnn1g, mhn hw hvru a ruuataui inzpirzl- iiun In heiter Qhriaiizm lining, anh mlpum- anrritirial 51-ruirv has run- trihuirh largrlg In ilpfahlrnxirrmrnt uf Gllpriaiizm rhuraiinn, :thc Bhminr anh Seninr rluasw nf Gnahm Liullrgr affrriinnzltrlg h1'hiIE1fPT11i5 uulumr. 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H esston, Kansas D. D. Miller Middlebury, Ind. A. J. Steiner . ..... ...,. - ....,,.., North Lima, Ohio Edward Yoder .......... A, ......,.. Goshen, Indiana Sanford C. Yoder I ...... . -- ....... Goshen, Indiana Leidy Hunsicker ....... ..... - ......... B looming Glen, Pa. Henry J. Harder ..,....... L .,.....,,, ,L i,..... Didsbury, Sask. Edward Martin ........ , ...... .......... G oshen, Indiana Chester K. Lehman ..s..... ....,..... H arrisonburg, Va. A. I. Yoder .os....soo ...,...o ..... - - --West Liberty, Ohio A. D. Wenger ...,o ............. H arrisonburg. Va. Milo Kauffman ..... -L ....... Kenmare, N. D. Isaiah W. Royer ....,,. ...,..... O rrville, Ohio Harvey Shank ..... .... ........ . . Chambersburg, Pa. Simon Gingerich ...... ......... S. F. Coffman H. S. Bender ...... Wayland, Iowa Vineland. Ont. Goshen, Indiana Executive: Henry R. Schertz. David A. Yoder, S. F. Coffman, Aaron Loucks, S. M. Kanagy. Faculty: David A. Yoder, S. E.. Allgyer, D. D. Miller. Finance: Aaron Loucks, Orie O. -Miller, A. J. Steiner. Literature: Sanford C. Yoder, Noah Oyer, Paul Erb, Simon M. Kanagy, Chester Lehman. Executive Committee for Endowment: O. O. Miller, C. L Graber, A. J. Steiner, A. C. Good, V. E. Reiff, M. A. Yoder. Local Board for Goshen College: Sanford C. Yoder, B. J Schertz, Edward Martin, Sylvanus Yoder, Noah Oyer, Chris. L. Graber, David A. Yoder, f f 7 f ff f ffffkifkkhPkffkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkrlg!Vfiikkiiiiikikkikfkffxfxiii!.fffff fffffffii ' ""f 4-.-ax KX C LE Uiristophor Dock 11691- Cf 17711. the first Mennonite L-ilut-atom' in America and the author of the lirst ATTlCl'lL'Zl!'l textbook on pedagfoiry. was truly a pioneer in a noble cause. Goshen College, with her sister institutions. stands :is the culmination uf the initial efforts uf the niuus schoulmuster un the Skip- pacli, "Anmx'ic:l's Pcstzlluzzi " iff if ff A ,.f '41,-'. 4 x .Syl . 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A- r". , ffm.: ihw- . 1 V, iff-I -1, ,uf 1".,H1fz..,.'.K-' 224.75 ffffgqf - .. .- s. v .I ,sm,n,x Q 'J ' X 71 :f- 's' Q 2' A -11 ...'.-j,j7?1'1' -'K 1 - if q:2sg2-." if 'gf' 'iQ'f'bj Hifi' "mf" af A 4 Ol ., fi ' ' ' f X f ' ' ' 1 X ,craig g ff,If4f4f,:,' gfefgg gmt' '4,i,g:,zJ' e ff,6Tc?cfifwffwffwfff f . if if rg.. - Ah f y- 1,5 1: di 5 - Q i - Q7 H-if'-"3 """'- I -.AZ'E?'E?!f f",f-' '33 ::' "..'f"1'. 1 1-H' if , ,. wel it .. sax r , Eg ,ii ',-+,',ff 1" V-HQ, 'il ' a.iN- , . i , ' ru' r nw ,,f I iw. . f -I -e 4 ' ' ,li The Gltall tu Emp at Goshen College stands on the eve of one of the greatest undertakings in her history-a campaign to secure Endowment to properly finance the 3,53 institution. Only those who are intimately connected with the inner life of the college can appreciate what this will mean if carried to its completion. if It is a Well known fact that neither institution nor individual can do the l Ir if 1 A '1 l ,X best work when constantly harassed with financial problems. Colleges lfji are not founded for the purpose of becoming money-raising institutionsg 1,1 but to educate men and women in the various fields of learning, to build Zfii character and, if rightly founded, to build Christian faith as well. Whatever handicaps the attainment of these ends contributes to the defeat of the Qjj, institution. it Q, In the essentials that make a successful school, Goshen College flfjfi does not lack. It has commodious and well ordered buildings. Its campus is ample and beautiful. Its faculty ranks high in scholarship and teaching lt ability. Its student body is growing, and above all its spirit is Christian. iQ The importance of this Christian spirit is well stated in the parting words of Menno Simon, an early leader of our sect: "Hold fast continually to the spirit of Christ, to His doctrine and example if you would not deceive yourselves, For every spirit which is not rf, satisfied with Christ's spirit, doctrine, and example, is not from God and will be robbed of the light of saving truth." ,Q ,A Experience has taught many that Menno spoke with prophetic vision when he uttered these wordsg and he who is wise will safeguard his work UI by making it possible to put the attainment of spiritual ends first. jl 1 . At the last annual meeting of Mennonite Board of Education an fifl organization was set up for the purpose of raising endowment to ade- quately finance the institutions under its control. This organization is ,Q now operating and the men connected with it have entered upon their work . 1, with an enthusiasm that promises success. 1 Qi The successful completion of this Endowment Program will mean , for Goshen College: 11,14 1. Sufficient income to meet the annual operating deficit of the ' 4 college. tg 2. No annual drives for operating deficits. if Q 3. Accredited standing with standardizing agencies. 't 4. Greater educational efficiency. , 5. The release of energy for the purpose of building Christian. f character and the promotion of real Christian education. - 6. Stability for the educational system of the church. 'X In View of these far reaching results, the faculty, students, and " Alumni can do no other than to faithfully support the program which the jf Board of Education has so nobly begun. The Board needs financial sup- I port because endowment means money. But it needs more: it needs moral gg' 'Z ff! ffffzffynffff'ffiffffffffffffffffffAv2,Q0Vffffff2f2Z2722222122722fif ff Lv' f 1 yawn AQ Page Fifteen 1 1 fi 'l ff ff xii f A 4 V, 4 f! Z2 ? Zi support and righteous living that gives life to the institution and confidence fi fi to its constituency. Further, the men who are at work on these problems 1,1 Qi need the support of that inexhaustible resource that has never been if fathomed-prayer. Of this the poorest of the poor can contribute. , 4 2 In this hour when so much depends upon the success of this movement, 1, ,I Z1 Goshen College shall not fail. She shall again rally her strength to the All yi support of the cause to which she is dedicated and in which she believes. yi 7 She shall carry her banners to victory. 1 all Q1 THE PRESIDENT. .iid fl O4 X , qi Z1 iii QQ , , . if gf Zlhmmnstratnun gg, Qi President, sanford C. Yoder Q95 ,f' -1 1 Dean, Noah Oyer jg Dean of Women, Bertha C. Burkholder 1, 7, Registrar, S. W. Witmer Librarian, H. S. Bender i 5,1 gy ' Business Manager, Edward Martin if 7 , STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE FACULTY 1 i Administrative: President, Dean, Registrar, Business Manager. fi Admission and Classification: Dean, Registrar, Hertzler. E j Athletics: Bender, Miller, Weaver, Wyse. Buildings and Grounds: Witmer, Martin, Franck. Courses of Study: Dean, Registrar, Bender, Hertzler, Umble. if Debate and Oratory: Umble, Bender, Hershberger, Franck. 3 il Extra Work: College-Dean, Registrar, Hertzler. Academy-Principal, Registrar, Wyse. ,gl yi: Lecture Course: Witmer, President, Bender, E. Yoder, Umble. an Library: Bender, President, Dean. Zi Public Occasions: Hershberger, Miller, Miss Witmer. Publication: President, Dean, Hershberger. Q52 Recommendations: Dean, Hertzler, Umble. 1 X f Religious Life: Dean, Hershberger, Burkholder. gff Rules and Discipline: Dean, Dean of Women, President, Bender, Hersh- 4 Z: berger. Z Q Student Organizations: Hershberger, Lehman, Hertzler, Yoder. Student Library Association: Lehman. 7, if 72: ..,,. ..,,,, . . . ..,, .. ,...,.. ,,,, ,,,,.,,, ...,,,,,., ,,,,, ,,,, . , , , 6liff,ffxvffffffffffffff,fffffffffffffffffffnc2,8QVfffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffzffffffmqw Page Sixteen , 1 ' 1 ffw4+.', fEfmg,',f.f.g,ffw"!,14-.fQ-4ff'fgf:fffA4-Af,1,1-53511 ff fff.-.:4Af 'f.-+4.4,fff.-,:,5:f,,ff4r+,-.Aff ',-QI, rms-H' f ,ff+1+s fm-+.1 f,fi:5i41i,5D.4.: 12,7,of4gfnWwzf44a',,ff,f15 fm2z4'ffqgfg and A Ip H JE A EH' wr fN'fi,5W'ff'fvp'z'W!h12111f7fff2W7XW ...., ,,.., ,.,.,,... , ,. , ,,,....,, , V' ' Y f 1- - Q :E 'f r 'L ' f W L4 l, 11 Tj +L X ' ' 41 4 mf f 1 '7 1 1 1 EV EF ? J W ,QU ff, 1 M 71 gs i 'V 'V 'ri , Ni 4,4 N fu N ,191 N H N 7 I 1 i V ' 'f, , 1. 1 1 1, 1 jg? CV, lik .rf , uf N' A 1. ff Jw if 1' H35 F 'W 3,1 SANFORD CALVIN YODER, B.A., LL.B. 4 f jf? PRESIDENT QQ y l j ,L AL I AF 14 4 f if 1' 1 I 4 N1 l f' 'gj j 1 'Ji ,,Q 5g 32 rfi ZW' 3Q7fKffff'ZfZQf'fifL72LfYZ??227X?Yf!Y7J+Q2QQl'1f7!f2!f!ffY!7f2fffZ?7y2Q iff fl X57 I AQ , ,, Xf Page Seventeen 1 1 Vx f X, 1 f ff M6357 ,fffC,4:g1fff,g,f,ff5g,55555'.VfT :f7g,fFfff1.+Nfff,f,f-fff. f f ,fgrgfffffffqff 1 fff W f f, if 1 WwffwfwfwwwemoAGD E L ll-A QA 0WW'WWWfW7WW7Wf7Wf ff . ,,,,,,,,,..,,.,....... ,,.,, ff . fl l f ki t 1, , ff X f Q' 7 ' f'! jf f fl fi' X Ar. ff lfilw 71 if li Z ,rl yi 17 f ff ff 7 at A 7' W 6, NOAH OYER, Th.B. tj ,ffl B.A., Hesston Collegeg Graduate Student, Franklin and Marshall Col- ill! jr legeg Th.B., Princeton Theological jd' Q' Seminary. llEfl71,Bib::U yjt , I, 7x ffl Q5 cf 7 1? 1 4 15: '7 K 'X f A f f ' - X ,A I fy Z 7 Q1 ,gi 1? fii .1 f f fii SAMUEL W. WITMER, M.A. if E I' B.A., Goshen Collegeg M.A., Uni- Z versity of .Wisconsing Graduate Stu- dent, University of Illinois, Univer- 'Ji 'iff sity of Wisconsin, University of fig f Chicago. ,ffl Qt Regist'rrz'r, Biological Scienres fi Q, 4, 25' if Llif A52 23 'Z ig: if Qi if 51 if 73 Q 2: Ig f : 27 fe -"f f- ffil- l ,4,.f..'-..,,,,, 1 ,,f... ,.,f,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,if glif ff!!-VfffbffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffleZ9QT71fffffffffffffffffffffffffIfffffffffffffdg Page Eighteen LLd34-4!! X! I!! ' ff! f' 'f'!! f! !!frQ33LLf,-1555-L14-65.41 ! ywwwwfwwwwwmz-M AE IW! E gf ff Www fp ...., G ,,,,,., ... . .. ,,,, .... . ,. ..... . . . X X X ff ZH Zu Z X 7 4 Z Q' Z Z 1 1 'f ff! ff' f 1 5 f f f , 7 V! f , 6 'x fy Vx my X, ff 'f 1. 2, C ff ff ,,' f,, fm 7 X f,' V, X4 ,f I 1 1 7, Z, if 9 ,IV I ,I f ff' 1" f DANIEL A. LEHMAN, M.A. B.S., Millersville State Normal, Ph.B., Wesleyan University QConnecticutbg M.A., Western Reserve Universityg Graduate Student, University of Chicago, Lick Ob- servatory, University of Michigan, Columbia University, University of Colorado. Ma flzemal ics mul Astrmzom jf HAROLD STAUFFER BENDER M.A., B.D., Th.M. B.A., Goshen Collegeg M.A., Princeton Universityg B.D., Garrett Biblical Instituteg Th.M., Princeton Theological Seminary, Geo. S. Green Fellow in Old Testament of Princeton Seminary, and Student Tuebingen University, Germany fone yearj. Clzurch History mul Sociology Libmrizzrz JOHN SYLVANUS UMBLE, M.A. B.A., Northwestern Universityg Gradu- ate Student University of Chicago, Study Travel in Europe, M.A., Northwestern University. English SILAS HERTZLER, B.D., Ph.D. B.A., Goshen Collegeg Graduate Student, Garrett Biblical Institute, Northwestern University, University of Chicago, B.D., Yale Divinity School, M.A., Teachers Col- lege, Columbia Universityg Sterling Scholar, Yale Graduate Schoolg Ph.D., Yale Uni- versity. - .7 v Q' Erlucntion mul Psychology ff ff ' U X . 4 X 1 ..,........... .... ...... ..... .........,. .,......,,.. .,..,f. .,.,,,, ,,,,, . , , , , , firffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffl'2,8ffVffffffffffffffffffffffzaf1f ffffff f VV! fi Page Nincieen tggnggffggrgzbfffE,g,:f-f,fffg,5-4fffc-44ff+,5:fff1,+.Lwfc,f,j-ffff fn fff fha- ffm, freef- fy 'ff f 44 Vai' f I I agua" an 1, ,' f 7 Ai? ....... 4 1 fff ff fffff ffm:-D' ff WWW1zf,4WWwM.A1D at 7 'I f ff ff y X Q Z2 X Z2 71 7 fi Q1 yf Z X ,f ff, 71, lf, 41 7 , X, I X. 7, j i I X ,Qc K" Qi , ,lj 213 d it - 1 if , r, , K X ,g 6' fy ,. 'ff 'i ri ll. 1 . 1, di gif ,lf ' - ERNST CORREL, Ph.D. Ph.D. fEcon.J, University of Munich fGermanyJg Research Student in Men- nonite History Endowed by Bavarian Academy of Sciences H920-192353 Columbia University, Research Study in Switzerland and Germany, Summer of 1926. Social Science and German GUY FRANKLIN HERSHBERGER, M.A. Student, Iowa State Teachers' College, B.A., Hesston Collegeg M.A., State Uni- versity of Iowag Graduate Student, Uni- versity of Chicago. History GLENN R. MILLER, M.S. B.A., Hesston College, M.S., State Uni- versity of Iowa, Graduate Student, State University of Iowa, University of C-olorado. Physical Science IB. FRANK HARTZLER Goshen College, Goshen College School of Music, University of Southern California College of Music, Pupil of John D. Brunk, A. S. Ebersole, J. Sample, A. Bavani, J. Harold Powers, Frank L. Anderson, E. Warren K. Howe, Arthur Olaf Andersong American Conservatory of Music fChicagoJ. Music X f . f , X rf, .f ' 4 1 6124 Wx .Lx ,cfQ.2f1f,51 ' 7 f,fk.'2Lf8m ?f,Qff?avLcb1 7 Qkfflkfj, ,A ,fff fffffblw Page Twenty Eglgbfff !.:,-3Ef:,ff!,!Q5-4fff4.4,4fffQ,fF1f,fA+w,rVffmjff,1' ' ff' ' f+f1-.fn ff,'me,:, fm-,+.'f '+R f 45,5-w fWf7W7Wl77W!77lMwM Ap Le, Eg '77 71f72,"l'Y.fWJf'Wf ,, , .. ..., A 4,,,,,,A, ,,,.,..... . f EDWARD YODER, M.A. B.A., Hesston Collegeg Student, Univer- sity of Coloradog M.A., State University of Iowag Graduate Student, State University of Iowa, University of Pennsylvania. Grcel: mul Latin EDITH M. WITMER, M.A. B.S., Pennsylvania State Collegeg M.A., Teachers' College, Columbia University. Home LJCOIIOIIIICS BERTHA CATHERINE BURKHOLDER B.A. B.A., Hesston Collegeg Graduate Student Pennsylvania State College. French IRA STONER FRANCK, M.A. Millersville State Normal QPa.Jg B.A., Bethany College fWest Va.Jg M.A., Univer- sity of Virginiag Graduate Student, Univer- sity of Virginia. English f ff? fffffffffffffffffxffffffffnffffzfle2f8Drffx?22!22222722f7f7722fQ f fglif 2jQ,fnii22gfl Page Twenty-one Z 3 fi ff I f 4 XXXXX Ol SSXXS NXBXXYXX X X33 N AX XXXXXX XX xxxxxxxxxxxxxxki YQ 'Q 4 XXXQQSXYX ' 7 ,fl f, ff 7 QA my fa X X 5 7 ff 5 7 Q Q L44fr:65fffu:':6fff:EE!fff6fi:1ff!:Er4ffi:fcffff4-4-fifffifzfigidfff fl 1.-4-.c.4f1f,f,5dff ff ' f f f72f4fff47Z-ffffff 7 Zffffff 2 4!ffQoM A P 715 ,,,, 1 .,,.,,,,., ,. S at A EWWfn25112212Wffwwff Z, 1 f 7 7 7 7 7: 72 71 4, 7 f 7 7 7 4 f f 1 1 ARTHUR L. SPRUNGER, B.A. B.A., Goshen Collegeg Chicago Art In- stituteg Academy of Fine Arts, C-hicagog Private Work with Karl Kraftg John Her- ron Art Institute, Indianapolisg Exhibited at Hoosier Salon, 1928. Art f 1 . Lf ' 47 A ii is ,R NOBLE KREIDER ,321 School of Music at Indianapolisg Sorbonne University, Paris fFranceJg Pupil of Pri- ff, ,ff vate Instructors in Berlin and Paris. 53 6 'hr Piano 7' N X N . f, 'M 5. in ask . X I, ,L 23 171 CLAUDE FRENCH, B.A. B.A., Indiana State Normalg Graduate ,f A Student, Indiana State Normal. Mechanical Drawing A51 4 4: 251 1' EDWARD MARTIN V, -1- Business Manager Qig X, 951 . I ,fi 125 at mfff ,i'7fyA'IJ!A!14'f" ' ,f fffffifK2Lf80wfmff,fffnf,w1wffffZ?2f27777,26772777 A Page Twenty-two . 4,, 4 lii t MAH3,iE , Lifwisffl lac cwafffffeflfflcl il? I Qcahemp Jfacultp 71 ,A I , I 1 1, ' ' f Q13 1 1 f , . 41 A yf X 4 ff , f 4' ' 'f X, f. f, f, - Z , ff f ,ff X! I I 4 ff A X1 f f. f, ff g U. GRANT WEAVER, Es. Z f Millersville State Normal QPa.Jg Carnegie Institute of Technologyg l B.S., University of Pittsburgh. 5 7 ff vfj' Princzpcil, History and Social Science , T OLIVE GERTRUDE WYSE, B.A, Q l Iowa Wesleyan Collegeg B.A. Goshen Collegeg State University of Iowa. f English and Physical Education Q L 1, ff, , 'fo f X , 7 Il JONATHAN G. YODER, B.A. Z P1 B.A., Goshen College Q U2 ,, , ,1 Qflj Meitlzemcitics mul Physical Scieizcre f l ,jg J SANA TROYER QMrs.J WITMER, B.A. il B.A., Goshen College. 1 ,,, , I , Biological Sciences ll i ELIZABETH HORSCH fMrs.J BENDER, B.A. B.A., Goshen Collegeg Pennsylvania State College. Q Latin and Germavz if L fi 'T ' lf 1 77 L"'Q72'fif7!!,-'X f' f if ifff 'VKXAV4 1f!fffl021QL'l7Z'X '!f7f!f!!!fff7Zf7f!f7!!f'Q ' ff'ffffffZl'I'7M2l 5X 5 X Aix tix xxqs will XSS lx Qi S x Q S E X 5 i Q E 'x X S -Y Xi is XX :E xx Qs Si Qx sq ,QQ X v x X XSNX A XXX 1 XXXXXXXXNXNXXX QXXX Q NC-A fi OCX 'C QQ' 4IXXXXXXXXYXXXNXXXXXXXNNXXXXXX Q I' OSX f i ' OQNNXYA XXX f , ,NYJ .IIS NY CQ ilk QRXXXXXQXYQQNXXXY KI Page Twenty-tln'ec I, 1 1 4 f , , 4 l2Efff.:.5:,g,fffGf,f:,fffcg,f,:gff4,44ff+,g:fffA+.L.f f ,,A,,., ,, H I , X, , , , - - - J X 2 Y I I ,f' f Clllrltlc Giza: ers 4 4 if f ' A A - If if I A A or 5 X Z if' 4 if 7 1? A f X l f X Z' 1? X , V if 7 71 if 5 if 7' I I I I f f' ' ' - ' .7 X ' ' l vi 41 'X f A 7 7 E4 Q- fr ,fy jf ,ff f 4 if ff 9 Zf if fzg A ee I 15 ff, FRED BRYNER, B.A. 14 ' B.A., Goshen College 7 Science ff' f ,C ' X JOHN W. FOREMAN, B.S. Illinois State Normal Universityg B.S., Depauw Universityg Purdue f Universityg Columbia University. , QQ Supm'i1ztencIe11t of Goshen Schools '71 'f' f ' f A oRT L. WALTER, B.A. Zf B.A., Wabash Collegeg University of Chicago. nf P7"f'lIC'?'!lfLI of Goshen High School 7 ' I f , Qi DANIEL s. GERIG, B.A. Q51 B.A., College of Woosterg University of Chicagog Study Travel in Europe. Zgfl f L . , Z Histofry and Social Science Zig fl ,A QQ BONNIE DENISTON, B.A. QQ fj B.A., Indiana Universityg University of Chicagog Columbia University. 1 English Q fi, C STANLEY SCIHENCK, B.A. it B.A., Franklin College I, f Maflzemutfics I f, Q CLARA E. TRAUTWEIN, B.A. Q, 921 Goshen Collegeg B.A., Indiana University f f ' Botany 61 ' 7 1 5Affffffffffffffffw,421zz,14,2a2yywy2f,'aQZQneg , 3 f,4l,f,14yg7,?,Qf,2 74 Qyjj 2,132 9,252 oifyyjfggggj Page Twenty-four f X, f X1 'f ,Q 7, f 1 X,- I LLjjfflbf3ffffgfl-j-v!ffrij-5fffFr5v4ff'rQ15j'ffA-4-+Lv' fnfjjgfffff-Q-3'-FJ!! fffr-ifggrf-4-F14 " ' ' ' ',I-fzlfbgf-i E3 o o W X, ff iQ ' 'ffl gf, Stuhent Qssustants , fl ' ff 5 'f f of X , X X 'f A if 2 "' 7 iQ 4 1 y Q if ff 5 A 14 ici '7 1 f . 7- .. ...,, f , ,k '6 7 5 , I f f if if 5 X if 4 if f f 5 'z 'f 'f f 'Lf of C' 'fd 'X RALPH MYERS FRED BRENNEMAN C , . Zoology Physical Education if 4 my ' N , Q' ff DULA ROTH FORREST KANAGY 12 L71 Botany Business i f V , ,f, Q7 , ,f Xl BEULAH SMITH, B.A. ESTHER LEININGER IA 'j Assistant Lilwafriem Business ff, 1:45 E W' , W , ,V AL ff JOHN HERSHBERGER HOWARD MUSSELMAN jjj if PfLySiCS Botany , Al o QQ IV ,ig Z c' 5 2 Z Z if L 5 ful ,.,, f,,. ,.,,,,, . ,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,, W2 f"7f'7A7f7fffC"!ff"f 'f'f'ff"'f"ff fffffffffff-'XXXYFZIQUYZf'3' fffiffffffiyiflf77ff'1'ffffi"ff"ff.ffffZ'f'Q6 Page Twenty-five 1 f f, 1 f l , , fy, 4 . V 1 A X f . f .XX ff! ff ff fffdfaff ffl awff fff ff ' .eu f.++fff,+.:.-f,f.,.4.,,,., ,.,- -- ff' Hi, - ,am 1,1 A? ii iaijfffffi E A F c Q, 6 ZZ r 7 . K .. lf' Z2 1 xx i1 4 F' 34 , .af ..'f'- l1,!'-,.- 1?p.yQ,i, si Ig.. 4, V'-z'l'0ifll?J " 1 . -' f X ' A ' " ',' , . ff 41 27 7' , . f Z: Qhueu Z -X Zi Like weary pilgrims, we have reached an inn by the roadside. For if ,Ci four long years we journeyed hand in hand. They were happy years, 1j,Q iff" dimmed only by the loss of those who had fallen by the way. ,rf ffl In the beginning our party was thirty-six and we were very proud of that number-for on ahead, far in the distance, yet clearly discernible, if we could see other parties, and each was smaller than ours. Soon the end 741 of the first lap was reached. Before we lay down to rest we saw the party '71, Z3 farthest ahead perform some unknown ceremony, then disappear in the f' dusk. j J Finally morning came and we awoke to the clarion call of further learn- 7j ing. The captain whom we had chosen counted our ranks, and found that if fl twenty-two of our members had strayed and were lost. From a by-road ff We recruited three others, but they did not make up for the loss of our j7 f 1 own. So the second lap was tinged with a sorrow for those we had lost, jj and a weariness struck us that had not been felt at the first, till at last we ,Q ,fi were glad when the evening came, and we lay down to rest-tired-in our beds by the road. Again we watched the strange rites of the party farthest ff ' , ahead, and we marked what they did, with more ease than before. At last, V, jf' night weighed hard on our eyes and we slept. ' ' y' Again we awoke refreshed and happy-but no sooner had washed l Q7 the last traces of sleep from our eyes than we saw how savagely our ranks f had again been thinned. For this we were badly discouraged, till we looked 4 ahead to the single party that lay between us and the goal, for We saw that A their ranks had been stricken too, as well as the ranks of those behind. So f "ll 3' we knew that some loss was expected, and cheered once again, we strode f on toward the end of the way. Following an old custom, as we ended this ll third stage, our spirits prepared food, and made merry, and feasted with iiil X, those of the last group ahead. Then weary, but well content, we honored fill .ill our beds by the roadside again, while the ones we had feasted turned in at 2, if the ancient inn, and with the morning, spread out in the Wasteland beyond. ' lf Then we arose and counted the remnant of friends who were left. if Of the many who started, but seven had come through to the end and our Tfii 1' group would have been very small had it not been for those who had joined ,AQ jf us along the way. Eleven had come to receive from our College, better 171' f Li learning, to speed them along, making eighteen who dotted the end of the nf 1 route at our parting place. So we stood 'fore the wayside inn on the final 5 i day, as others had oft done before, and said our good byes and scattered r once more over the world. But could we take up our tasks as before? And V , could we forget our four-year companions? Ah, I'1n sure that the years fl? XZ we had travelled the road together had wrought in us each a deep feeling of f , QQ, kinship-a sense of a common cause that had held us so long intact, and ,V Q QV that will keep us brothers forever. -Merrill Ivens. ,fi Q 51 if ff A , 6l'4f!f7 i"7!7'6fffLfAf,9 e,'. ',f 'V ' A V TA V'ff A Pays' Tzvmzfy-six fl 1 1 Lgmf, :,,',,gf11C,g,-bf11.i,5511.+.rf411.i.g,:f 'gjgtfllf f f ' 111,.4.A.f ' If 1 f H 1 M1593 M Ll X ' ' ff X 5 Q , -X Y if 14 wQg lW. 'U'. W .QY lW . A 4 QS if an f . se 6 JOHN BURKHOLDER Q Harrisonburg, Va. X Majors--History, English. J I . fl Aurorag Y. M. C. A.g Record Staff '28g ?' Q Debating Team '28g Peace Oratorical , if Contest '28 5 Male Chorus '28g A Cappella jf Chorus '28g Eastern Mennonite School. Q Q sqqx 1 i . ' yy S r. , Q' v inf N f k 4 ix - f 3" . f 9' 1 4 D Qzl if 9 . Q! "' ' ,Q if EDNA cooK south English, Iowa 4 11 ax ' Major-Social Science 6, llj 'X Avong Goshen College '213 Secretary ' If Class '21g Philharmonic Chorus '21g Sum- T if mer Term, Des Moines University '23g jf University of Chicago '25g Student " Council '28g Record Staff '28. X E. J. CAMP Roanoke, Illinois Majors-Matlieznatics, Social Science Aurorag Y. M. C. A. Cabinet '27-'283 Debating Team '25-'28g Treasurer Aurora Literary Society '25g President Aurora Literary Society '27 5 Business Manager Maple Leaf '273 Editor Maple Leaf '28g Business Manager Male C-horus '28g Male Chorus '27-'28g A Cappella C-horus '26-283 President Class '26-'28. 7 L.. .. if 1 7 Q ' 9 Qu r . ihxx fmx mwmxx fih fmn fmwniu 1 P i4 . .6 M Saxrm Z R 'Q ii. L - B D fc- 0' , 5.9 , 1' 4 5 35 -5 XYXXYQLXXXBX SXSNXXS is Q 7 XYXXXX XX XXXXXXXXXXX .-... 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President '28g Treasurer 1 Q 'f Vesperian Literary Society '27g President gf 4 f DG Vesperian Literary Society '28g Inter- f if 35 Society Council '27g Student Council '27- Zig , A '28g Student Lecture Board '28g Secretary f ff l' l, E S. L. A. '27g Secretary Class '27g Record Wi . f Staff '27g Assoc. Editor Maple Leaf '28g " I President Ladies' Chorus '27-'28g A Cap- 1 A N il pella Chorus '27-'28, ,jf iii A' ' 4 an I f f I ' bw' 1 Xl 7 1 A ' ivf. A . . f- ffl ly, , ' , 9 4 fl Q 95 jf! A f f I X1 . Z, eq ,4 , ff 5 A 4 if l RALPH FISHER Kalona, Iowa 1 cl Q Major-English fi' Aurorag President Aurora Iiiterary So- :ij i ciety '28g Men's Dormitory Council '27g , U' Inter-Society Council '27. f ' w Ji i V' it : I if il" ' f Q in ' A f Q iii, i f X 'lil K fl l A m m 1 'm m miwim I Y , fl -1.- , C -A 3 A rv '1Vf?lff" vw 1 C 'Fifi'2142181-ryjfyifff AQ? 272725 ff?2iQ?k7Z.i9 Page Twenty-eight l V760QZOZO0VZ607Z007607XL00OO77A64 ffcf,55ff.4.5-cffdgfcfff f ' fff ' fffgfdff fffwffwfawfgzzzzzzzzafxff 5 W AQMIA , I E ,,,,, H Fifi ffwwwwfwffwfff 35 EDWIN HERNER Goshen, Indiana Majors-Physical Science, History Adelphiang Debating Team '26g Vice- President Adelphian Literary Society '2'7. JOHN HERSHBERGER Grantsville, Maryland Majofrs-Mathematics, Physical Science Men's Dormitory Council '28g Student Assistant Physics '28g Hesston College. MERRILL IVENS Bristol, Indiana Majors-English, History Adelphiang Debating Team '26' Secre- 7 tary Adelphian Literary Society '26. v.,., ..... I x ja 4 X , 2 -4, . L fa 47,2 Q. i A in 1-'Q W My Cf. 1 Ja 4 E, 4 Ui vw, 14?- J: I 4 49 i v 9, z ' KL . X I i .1 I I i . f 'f - I go' 2,-rl il il I 'WiWfEiZZWll 5 Zgovfffffffffffffff wffff fffff ffff f fffffffd Qi f, f, l 1 i ri '1 'ri 1 r Ps 1 f 1 ,Ai :rf fu f l.4.:g:f.gPffC,5Tg,',ffCf,fff5i55fy ,:l:,ff.f. fe:3fff,fg,f,f iTfffeas.-i, 47.7 - ,A f M favs ami, - 'f7ffW7fW7W?f7WffW7WWl"Mi,aAIp If-LE, i 9' T Zfffffiif '.' W ,f ff 1 . ..li+- if 'f in ww w a a a i i -- -f' i 'I ' A m y ! Vi 1 5 'Emil i , AMASA KAUFFMAN Goshen, Indiana 1, T ff 1 9,3 4 f' 5 gg' 4 3. i ? Mejor-Bible T Aurorag Y. M. C-. A. Cabinet '28g Stu- gig ,I N ' dent Council '25-'28g Vice-President Aurora Literary Society '27g Debating Qlij 12-' Team '25, '27g Discussion Contest '27g ll'Qgl Male Chorus '27g President Aurora Lit- Qjfjg .N erary Society, '28. EQ , .5 ll' i ' T A Q Q ir" ll a pf' 'v 'gi UP 'N -li I QI ij: ll 'Q 1 l i l 5' ii' iil it Vi n A' 'bb ll l rig I, MILTON SMITH Ashley, Michigan fr FQ . . ' " il Major-History W4 ll ,q 53 WCM wi Adelphiang President Athletic Associ- ation '28g President Inter-Society Council i l 'I 25: '28g Record Staff '27g Business Manager bifi ' 'il Maple Leaf '28g Debating Team '25g I President Class '25g Business Manager f Male Chorus '2'7g Male Chorus '27-'28. 1 4 ' was , l raid Q6 li 3 ' , 1 DS fl i ' Z 1 il 4 'lf i 1 xg: , x, qi! me wif, V i 5 Z if ' r l 1 all Z A lf ill 'lim i A 4 Q 1, . l li iii' i Q if-5 TILMAN SMITH Ashley, Michigan 'Tw j mf Majors-History, English ff! l all ni ii , Adelphiang Y. M. ci. A. Cabinet ,27-'zsg 15+ A Q Secretary Y M. C. A. '27g Treasurer C I Athletic Association '275 Secretary S.L.A. l '26g Record Staff '26-'27g Debating Team . '27-'28g President Adelphian Literary se- fail 1- lji ciety '28g Men's Dormitory Council '27- 1 if I '285 Discussion Contest '28g Men's Chorus 1. lf E '27-'28g Secretary - Treasurer Men's Li lx jg l Chorus '27g President Men's Chorus '28g 'M - A Cappella Chorus '27-'28g President A yi 1 fig Cappella Chorus '28g President Christian A Q Q i Q Worker's -Band '28g President S. L. A. 1 liifnx m m m m , '28. ir ,J A, is ssis We 1 , if L " - ' ' ... "' '-,-AI ' .,L4,l.1,f,Q"'1' ','1Zg,.. ' A if new , ,f 'wfy7T,ff f 'nf f 'f lsZ,8i5T'f"H"""""?" 'wwssfg Page Thirty ffqf -4-A -ee-ff ' fm-aefv f-we-.-ffftf.aff4 A-7 frees-evvffg-+7 'ff ' ffgq, . f10MAXilpll-AF, 1 .. ff'f'fff4ffW3 ?f7fff7Z1'i'7741ffZ aff o so i 14 1 i fi . . . . A . - 1 y K ' .fi f, .-i 'ff 2 f ssxvamsnwzzsv vgg gg WILLARD SMITH Ashley, Michigan ' iy Majors-History, English '17 M l' QQ Adelphiang President Y. M. C. A. '28g A if President Men's Dormitory Association f.. 7.1 '27g President Student Council '27 g Presi- yf dent Summer Student's Association '26 Q President Adelphian Literary Society '27 Vice-President Mennonite Historical So- ciety"28g Men's Dormitory Council '27- , I y , '28g Peace Oratorical Contest '28g Hess- - ton College. My xa , 1, ' J 4 ' ff' X fir 'f . , , I ,. li J, i A 'X i , ,KU . E 34 gtg 1 ,f,. I CHAUNCEY SMUCKER lf-Q ff West Liberty, Ohio Eg! Major-Bible " Z P .Q ' f Adelphiang Y. M. c. A. Cabinet '26-'28g Q V, Student Council '27-'28g President Men's 543 ,X , , 3 Dormitory Association '28g Treasurer gc, A ,f i A ' w i 1 f Class '26, '28g A Cappella Chorus '28. Q, , 35 ' E ffm li W "5 5 ' ' 0 1 ' xii vy A 5 . as ei W lifji A fail i RALPH SMUCKER 5 A fl Dhamrari, C.. P., India g ff ,J - 4 r 1 H Major-Bible ,JL u - it Aurorag Y. M. C. A. Cabinet '19-'203 . ,ag Member Volunteer Bandg Member Chris- Ei " if tian Worker's 'Band '18-'20 and '28g Mis- 5. i H sionary to India '20-'27. f 'f iii J ' ' X' ' 41 f' f , ' V 1 . if 5, 1 . 9 N g , 4 5 fiwmx mv wn t fam-fm wfm msi f f. Q. Om, .. .. . .. ,,..,, ...,,,..,,,, ..,,,,. , ,..,.,,. , , , ruff! Q iwfefffffifi,f'f fff,ffffJ+:.'7lf9OVffffvfffzffffnfnyfffyfffff' 4 if ' f ffz'1fvzf.A5 Page Thirty-one 1 4 f 51 f , i l fi? 1 1 . .1 i .fl V1 ,f ., ,qi 4 -H M + 'l 'fL'fffti1C",f H H WWWWWQMWMAPLQ A LEAEwl pwwwwa X 1 f yi 2 .w....i4 2 X 2 ' ' Em iz i A 7' I n M fi r N fl f , ,im 5, g WILMA WELTY Nappanee, Indiana 'N 5' ' Majors-Home Economics, Latin ff L 1 f ' f iff' Zi Avong Philharmonic Chorus '25g Secre- A Q tary Class '28. X ff it i w' 4 ' ,riff 7 til Q . ffl Q n 'li 9 'Ui 7 2 vel X 9 . ' f ' 7f ir? Q .Yfi , Q, ' , 4, , A in .las M61 SAMUEL YODER Goshen, Indiana 'ffl Majors-History, English ' 'i : iff Aurorag Secretary Y. M. C. A. '28g X: Maple Leaf Staff '27g Editor Record '28g id Dormitory Council '28g Student Council '28g Debating Team '27-'28g Discussion Qi! Q,-L Contest '27g Peace Oratorical Contest f Q 4Q E '28g President Tennis Association '27g Q " -7, gg . . . ' , y, 5 Superintendent Mission Sunday School " i '27-'28g Male Chorus '27-'28g A Cappella , I' ! Chorus '27-'28. VM . , . . .,- .,- - . 'f', Q1 lZdiFtX 1m wMxx 1M m lAYx AhS l 5 '1 fff ?1g l as Zi FLORENCE HAWKS Goshen, Indiana VT21. Ai . . . M A W jf, Majors-English, History It ,N . Ferry Hall, Lake Forest, Illinoisg Uni- if: Q3 versity of Illinois. fig 4' 'IQ2 ZZ 6, 4 , if f r Z , ., ,X , Z., ,fr f Z: til f' Z: iff. ff i i 21 - gs,,, .t..,. . t. t..,t so t .. r,.. 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M if 4, Sanford Calvin Yoder, President of Goshen College Q Q22 MONDAY. JUNE 4 Qi Senior Class Program. ,, Z 1 X CAMPUS PROGRAM-7100 P. M. if Emblem Oration--- ........ . ......... .... - - .. .. ........... ...,.. .... .... ........... . E . J. Camp :Z Qfj Reply.- ..................... ..... . . ..... F. S. Martin, Junior Class if fl Gift Oration--- .... ......... . . ..... . ..... . ....... Chauncey Smucker ji' Acceptance ...... ..... . - ................... .... - .... .. S. C. Yoder, President of College ji ASSEMBLY HALL PROGRAM-8 :00 P. M. Z Invocation. Q1 Class Presentation ..... .. Merrill Ivens 'lj Q7 Reading ........... . .... .- ..,. .... . Edna Cook Music. ......... . ...... .... Men's Octette Address. ................... . ........ Amasa Kauffman Class Oration ................ ...... . Samuel Yoder Qi Music. .,.c,,l............................. .......... M en's Octette Breaking of the Wreath. 1! V f - If agp TUESDAY, JUNE 5 Literary Reunions ........ ..................... A - ................... .... 10:00 A. M. 321 jg Musical Program. ..,... ........................ . ,..,.... ...... 2 : 00 P. M. f Z M l Ch A 4, a e orus Z 7 Alumni Banquet--- .... ...... . .......................... . ..... . ....... . .... 6:00 P. M. f f 1 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6 Final Chapel and Devotional Meeting .... . .................. ............ 1 0:00 A. M. 22 21 College Luncheon ........,....... . ...................,..,......... ....... . .............. - .....,. 1 :00 P. M. zj Commencement Address .............. . .... ,...,. .,--,-.,...,,......,.,,.. 8:00 P. M. ig fi Dr. A. T. Robertson, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, ji Louisville, Kentucky. if Zi R ,.,.. , , . ....,. .....,..,..,,,. ,,,. ,,,,,,, , , .,,,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , f ,,,,, , , I , , Q 1 61,ffffA'7ffffffffffffff,fffffffffffffffffffwlgOVffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffa5 Page Thirty-four ffefiisffea-477 fff ctd: crfr:':!f'4-H4 eff47fas1.4iee.4-1 --- i .... ng v .... V J.- - fl! 177 ' 1 7 7 7 7 777W77mWW7Wl7WMQ ,Nl ,rx IU IQ? ji.. E A 5 0WWWfWM77W7777ZW77ZW .,... ......... , . . J , ,,,,,,,, g .,........ . V,... 7 7 Senior Qlbaractetimtiunsl John Burkholder-The owner of more cars than any other man on the Campus. Digniiied, kiddish, reserved, and frankg John can be either of these or all, just as he chooses. Ezra Camp-His impressive di-gnity f?J of carriage has been a virtue long and anxiously striven for -by the underclassmen. His keen executive ability has led the class successfully through three years of its history. , Edna Cook-If you want to ruhtle Edna just make mention of her car. Whether it be complimentary or disparaging, it has the same eifect. She is a hard worker but she likes variety. Jay Eberly-His personality is not an .open book but a book whose leaves must be slowly and carefully turned to get the true value of his capabilities. Ralph Fisher-A lover of poetry. He admires good scholarship, but regular class attendance is irksome. Verna Graber-"Let Rome fall a dozen times-that shall not change my mind." She has a marked antipathy for laziness and selfishness. Verna can do a piece of work in the time that the ordinary person takes to lament the fact that he must do it. I Florence Hawks-She follows a straight path to a preconceived goal. Her ability as a relator of anecdotes will be attested by both her many friends, and the College librarians. Edwin Herner-"Boys, here's the way we ought to do it. Now let's make out our method of procedure. I'll explain-and some one else will do the work." John Hershberger-His love for chess, and his absent minded ways have endeared him to the class more than a whole bag-full of enthusiasm. He never allows extra-curricular activities interfere with the study of science and mathematics. Merrill Ivens-"Squirrelly" is never happy but when he can find some question on which to take the opposite side. However, he very seldom convinces anyone-and is himself never convinced. Amasa Kauffman-"Amsy" has more wit behind that solemn expres- 777777777777777777777777777777777777777714 ZQEF7777777777777777777777479777 7777777777777 4 7 4 4 X I, 77 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 A 7, 7 J 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 f 7 7 7 4 Z 2 Q7 K 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 '7 14 ,. 7 ZZ 7 7 ff f 7 7 7 4 9 7 7 .L Q Page Thirty-five fffU5,g.fffi,g,fffL4,55ffxf4.4ff.-f,,5:fffA-4fff4,g,4:fff f ' ,, .,, .. W Wfffwwffwfwam A I3 .EE sion than one would suppose. Pleasantness and optimism are his fore most characteristics. Milton Smith-"Get out of the way boys! I want to throw out my chest." "Fat" not only gets ideas but he drives them home-sometimes. "Fat" is full of originality and "pep." He is never known to be despondent. Tilman Smith-A noted history student-notorious for the voluminous answers he gives in tests. He garnishes the few facts he has with a wise flow of platitudes. He can be depended upon to take the initiative in any worthwhile project. Willard Smith-The portliest member of our group. "Bill" hides behind a veil of shyness, a most mischievous and imp-like quality, that breaks its chains on rare occasions dazzling and startling his friends. He often sacrifices pleasure because of devotion to duty. Chauncey Smucker-By the scared look of his hair, ye shall know him. His determination and good sense will win success for him in his chosen vocation. Ralph Smucker-"My time is given to a greater cause than learning. I am reaping in a never ending field." Wilma Welty-Her favorite topic of conversation is, "Women and Careers." Wilma is enthusiastic and ready to try anything, once. Samuel Yoder-The most yfouthful personality in the class. Quick witted and ready of argument, a verbose orator and conversationalist. TO THE READER The Senior Class 'of 1928 Has gained a bit of honor, and this page Of extra space within the Maple Leaf To tell their graces to an awe-struck age. ff fff fff4'fff'f24' f' fffflfrleorifhklf,722f222fi7LZ22fQkkyhkkiikffffffff Page Thirty-six L,1fCL,fgAr.i,5,"f"fCf,:fJ!!,-59511.-1 .a4!!.4-55 1, 144f".f,'f33rff,' " T7 ',f,ff,-4-Aef. 046.411 l!f7't3f1:r'! fffcg 1 1,4-4.4. K WWWZJQLW A ID Ll E2 A 5 PWWWW e .. i ,.,..,,, g ......,A....,,. ,, ,,,..,.,, K . C z . i,' f, TR ,f F-HT -' , ',.' in ft . 'ff li W A9 'ff 'nfl lllllil. 'X 'sy ' I in ' ffjy ff' . lust 2,1 J:.:L,. e hi s L -ri T .gff 1 i 1. fl .1 f ,,. ,. .I 1. g , 'xv Y it " ,-H ' K"-x ' -" i'f" 1' illiu the Zluniurs . ff .ff ' ., If . ffl' ' 54. V A , As we the class of nineteen twenty-nine Look back o'er three eventful years of ours There fioods into our memory a mine Of golden thoughts and many happy hours. Three years ago we came, a motley crew: Some sixty strong, as green as greenest grass, All strange at first but soon our friendships new Did build for us our famous Freshmen Class. l l l l 1 A l i l I f With Nathan Reilf as skipper of our ship We braved the stormy intra-mural sea, And one by one we gained without a slip, In every contest-always victory. Those happy Freshmen days are gone for aye, But memories-they linger yet today. 'lr li l ll li x 1 4 f l 1 V 1 V , lv lr il, f But thirty of that motley crew returned To man that good old ship another yearg With Musselman in charge, once more we churned Into that stormy sea, without a fear. Debating, tennis, basketball, and track, Again were conquered by 'our hardy band. We forged ahead, nor careduwe to look back, The world, we thought, we held at our command. 1 , , r, 1 ll l I . , , I I ' f ff, ' l 1 , Full thirty strong we sailed as Juniors bold, With F. S. leading us through thick and thing At times we lost, and those defeats were coldg ll, i 9 X 2 Q YQ XXXFTO XYXX XXXXXXXXXXXNQXXXXY XXXXNXXXXXXX XXXXX K Z X X 6 ff ff 21 'ff 7 4 A 0 y, 4 f YSL XXXXX X, idx ! 4 . 1 But they inspired us to fight and win. Three years are goneg one year ahead we see, In that last stand we'll press toward victory. ly. il l I V' y A . r f P Paul Horsch Cecil Bender 4 l l , l l l l gf j ,f ' 1 1, f V I if 4 fffff ,gfccfffffycfxfx 'Z tiki' , UL? 7'fi!2,91Vf72z72222272,P2kA?2ZQPQLAQ5' 3132512 Mem lyf f. in X1 , , 7. X XX' ?xXxYxXX SNXXX I Page Thirty-seven LL5:f,5f!!q535f!!gr3i7ff!ff:fj!!A-.rgffffgfffggdcfffggiffff ff!+A4f. 1-+A-..ffff1i,:f.f f,f51r,:ff A33 L-J, f, 412. f WWWWYWWWYWQM All? L E A Ei - y fff' fffffffi 71 S A 71 'W' X I - . . 71 , ., 71 . t al f l W ' ' X I 11. 'er . X . 1 E14 41 ja mfs CECIL BENDER ' 1 , w Qwi l qw ? 7 9 Q' ff ' 7 Z1 - ,f X, I 453.1 7 l ' v .lj VC ' 1 5125 ,, . g 1 x 'a l if 'P 5 t Q. 5 Q E I if-5 .xl 9, f ,K X If 1 Q. . W "Zeke" is quite proud of his heritage and possesses an indomitable will while he strives to cover his common human tendencies. PEARL DETWEILER Ever know of "Johnny" refusing to do a favor for anyone? She has friends innumerable, for she herself is a jolly, loyal friend. She doesn't come or go with the tide, but her friendship once given will storm any gale. HENRY BOHN "Hank" is one who can say the funniest things in the fewest Words and with a grain of truth-therefore their effective- ness. He is too taken up with the joys of living to take any trouble very seri- ously. BEATRIC-E HERSHEY She seems quiet and subdued, but she isn't. As she returns to her Southern home, we will remember her sunny dis- position. 333 4 'itil ff 3 . FREDERICK BRENNEMAN 17' 5 ' .' 'f "' Energetic and always in a hurry, de- ff I i l . ..l, 1 - . . iff ' r 1 -'V-,,', P scribes this Junior athlete of ours. Al- .fjj t l " though "Rocky" has only come to us this 'fl ll ' 'e year, he has already displayed the "Class . f Spirit of '293' f - + I , 1: e E i 14 ..,,,. .n , ,, , 6l,4'f!X"77fX6'!fff!f 7 I f '4'ff 'fl02,f8Jl.fQ " 1 7X4 9. fkffffkt ,fffffzf XXXXXXXAIQ Page Thirty-eight i4.fcf,5!ffeAf! fgfrbffffggi, 1,4-.-3gL,gi,f.:ff,,4 4-Af, '4,5r'ff,E4f,f ffic-155,513 1-+f,a.fffft,g,5ff 'f '-ew ffCf:,5ff,4f,4 xref-Q,-.',f'.f,:,f,iT,:fi.4J VW WV ffwwm if f,A . gwqwfwalhd A IP IL-Q E ll-4 IFC' A E573 l' .'rfzffrwfwffif rfxfmlwg Q X f ., .H-W..--.W Q , . -r 1, . ,Q , 'swiiiwziivziiivf mvfwvnw ' if 5 , if Si iz ESTHER LEININGER Q Willingness, co-operation, ability and Q 'Qc kindness are words that must be used to 5 f' characterize our versatile vice-president. ' 4 She is a girl that does things and her 4 I accomplishments have no end. ' . f i S 1 ! 45 i ' A f J l ai is ' Q nd " 5 it: WILLIAM HALLMAN WV, The Canadian Northwest has something if of which to be proud. "Bill" is a con- ,ff scientious student. The future only can ,Q Q4 tell what he will "'B." ' 15 5 if. I I z z ' " 'ff MARY MARTIN Q QQ Mary is noted for her unlimited pep and Q self-confidence. She believes there is a If time for work and a time for play. Q jf ff 5 f , s Q iff ,, I ff LEROY HOSTETLER "I-Iokey" is valuable for exactness in ijfj everything. Very sincere in any task iff- given him. He is the greatest photog- .4 I rapher of all ages. .3 ,fi Q18 i 141 lf? DULA Ro'1'H V Her reserve and dignity meet to your surprise when you know her and lo, she gif: is full of j-oviality. This linked with in- gffj tegrity and earnestness make her a girl rf 3 well worth knowing. - fig f v . r Q " I 12 1 , , , f nmwnmmimnm I of .. ,... .. : Qiq -. :if ff fAf!ff!fL'X' 327 XZ 'f!,'Cf.fC'!,ffff! f',4P2,80lQ9ff77Af7ffX!!Xf7'1P7hZfA?Q ', ff 1 f f ff7fVAfiQ Page Thirty-nine X ffWlV77WW7 :7Zffl7WffZl0 l4.5:s5fffe5ffffeef,ffffe5aff'f5faffs:f,:f'ffA+f.fffc,iHfff f,'l-fr:i:!!f'!f-y-!-,ltf,iA-1-fa-.f!fff:gEfff page , Asa ,,f,,,,1 , M A IP , ILA. E I f swf W 'E ,xv mm wmvzlivrliilf 7 ,.., ,gh iv .,.-.! ,l Y! 3 A 6 ' ASTA X I KP 5 E K3 , i . -t 's , , X gc ld is lg' X pe '13, '. -A E e l l 'I l 1 '7 sl ' l: , r i f l l l i E S E k? , Q 52 Q S T a A F A 5 5 rs., PAUL HORSCH Known and admired for his pep, mixing ability, scientific knowledge and musical ability. "Snowball" is always on dot when anything is going on. ESTHER ROTH "Valuable things come in small pack- ages." Esther is a bright and industrious student, intensely interested in Home Economics, but there may be a reason. JOHN LEHMAN Usually quiet, but when he talks he really says something worth listening to. Once you learn to know him you will appre- ciate him. MABEL ROTH Worth her weight in gold, but like true gold, you must search for her real worth. WARREN LONG A good barber and a married man at that. He is very studious and a conscientious worker. L V! ff VV' 77kf22"7'5"?7Z"i'7f7777f777ffWQZQQDIQQ 'l 3, 12:02 ,, 'YLdf?l2iQ', ,fffff ffffl Page Forty 4-' K. .aw f ff. f f 'f ,f f ff ' 1 f f-Zfesf fcdzfzv faesfsfff ff f f f f W f f, ff,,,,.,, I ,-ff' f f l' r ig! 'WWA 'r 0.. " f1l r i Q M .ra e f F. s. MARTIN 5 gy Here is a man who is not worried by the f j4 co-eds, or at least doesn't appear to be. - A Capability, sincerity and chreerfulness lg A 14' are happily combined in F. S. He has demonstrated his executive ability by ' steering a troublesome class through the j i I fy Junior year. l f if 1 f .,f .swf p 4 . V l 36 MARY WENGER , 1 ,L "Miss Wenger" as most of us call her is a 'X worthy member. She is usually busy lygg qfj studying, but occasionally you catch a IQ glimpse of her quick witty nature and a ,ll I smile. li' Q! I f .. lil 12 we f El 15 . .xg L. J. MARTIN ,X You couldn't think of Goshen College ff' without thinking of L. J. He is known jf for his sociabilityg it is his first, last and 1 f only name. A more pleasing personality 5,1 is hard to find and we are more than 'fj-if proud to claim him as one of our number. 'dl . f fs ,I 1 4' Ely! . ' fk :gil lg V ' Q g , at 1 LEAHBELLE SMUCKER gf One of our quiet studious Juniors. She A I j f is usually jolly and always ready to lend " a helping hand to her fellow students. y ff, 5 t A 'fl I l l' il L i . . f fi l i 33 RALPH MYERS . gg Zoology is his business and basketball his g .ff hobby, and he is excellent in both. A man Q-Q3 5 ' not so widely known for social engage- ' , ments, but "true blue" at heart. S .5 . 14 l of " i V . 9 ,Pi fs- W . i' l 7 1 vi , r s 2 if 2? ff fnoffffffnf z z f2f21f72ffff7fZ. ',7ff7l0j4,QSfF9QZ. rfiifijyfyykgijf jygjkgyj y1,Q,2- fffg'.2zf2g5 Page Forty-one L4c3:,55ff4,ff,'ffCfcf-rffagdi, ,f..g,r.4ff'f4,,5:,.f,f',4+N,f,rf,f,f:fff f as fjifjlif TW+, ,f,,,f ,,,,, ,, ,, , f ffWeffwwfzfwMQM All? EE .. a Ll my A157 2 1 .asv1u 'k mlvf if . fi. . S 3 Qffr! Y . X I I ' E 1:3 G 7 ' I . ' . o is-aff . D ' . X fi ls W. iii' in, f ly 3 gl X 1 J I as ill- 1-Q XJ A l l l f ls HOWARD MUSSELMAN "Muss" says that school would be won- derful if he could forget about classes and take care of committee meetings and extra-curricular activities. But We are certain, however, that such a good student could not stay away from his studies. KATIE YODER The kindest heart in the world. No mat- ter how busy she is, she always has time to help you and has a patient smile for the whole world. FRANKLIN RABER A real leader especially among those more interested in the religious welfare of our fellow students. A valuable asset to the class. RUTH V. YODER A woman of ability, although she is very modest. An active figure in campus ac- tivities. l fl 0 2 X, Q 4 f Z 7 X IA ij' ff 4 6 K fl, A fffl '!,, 'fl 161 f X 15 2 25 17 M if if ff f, ff ' 1 Xl , l H flu fl. i l 1 12? '!, I 1' ' I i A E MARION SCHERTZ I l Another "Big" Junior. A good athlete and a loyal student. D ' Al so 3 rj ls .l :Fai IRENE zooK fl l y We are glad Irene has joined our class, because of her genuine worth. She is f, lid' noble in character a.nd sincere in thought. 1 14 :gf , v M Wwhiwlivlwflwhll if X, +. k ,. . , , ,, c .,,. , , 7' f'7Zf'7f7!AfQ4" f ffffffffiffffy FZISQH ' f , , ff j,,yfffAjl5 Page Forty-two f 1,1 i 1 W fl., xlgv Aff f77g ff 7 4 ff O 'ff 1 f X V f 1 lf, .ff f ff 4 15 vi f, ,f fl ,C ,Q ,, 1 A fl fi. ff 9 ZA '21 'f, AH 7 if f 4 , 1 l nf , , A. M My f! , Q, ,fly W! ,1 A 1 .f f, lf. 1 , E ,A , ,fa f 1 yi M VA 1 4 X, f ffl J Qemasf feeeefffgciga r f ,f , ' f ,, f f , ,Tm , Wm ,, ,, l, 7 ,f 4 A 7 f 4 1 , ' , A f 5, ' A N ' I 3-in . I f . Q ff f V ' 1 i 4 . 'Ei -- l ff 4 , , i i -. i -' - , 5 gf 7: .. I A lg f f 4 V ' f .9 ' ' i . 'i . E. 'T ' ' - -- , . . 'J 12. X 'Qi T ' 1 5 i' - f i . S ,J f" ggnj Kari it Y i tflli-'l 1. i.i ri - UA Qi i S - G x 2 'u l xl Q ev , :Z ' .-- Y--I-.1 ir .ww iv - i ', I -',- . . ,A W-If fj i L? ilauspltal import Z if After careful diagnosis of these cases brought to our attention during . ,f f in' f the past year, we prescribed the following remedies. All who followed ff- conscientiously our directions either have recovered for are speedily 1 N fjl recovering. I Name Ailment Cure Forrest Kanagy ,,rr,,,,,,,,r,r Unsubdued tresses ,.,..,., .Curling irion Dorcas Yoder rrrr....r rrrrrr,, V Stanley rrar . rr....,..rr,...rrrrsrrr, China Ada Lapp 4,.,eeeeeee- rrrer-, . Hard to diagnose rrrri,,,r, Specialist Silas Smucker TM Y,7,7,e,,7A,,, Argument ,rrrrrrr. .Pacifier i Ngya Blough, AeeereAeerArAAAerrr-, Talking ,,,ee,,,,,,,rr,e, ,,,e-,,. C ontinuous caramels l ' E Blanche Brenneman A-reAA-., Excessive speed ,,,,,,,rr,r, Speed limit l, Wilbur Hostetler rrre,,.r . Lonesome..- rrr.er,r, rr,rrr . Perpetual Leap Year Katie Smucker er..rr rr,,,.Mrr,e S elfish .. rrrrrrrr.,rr. e....r. T each school i If ' AI'CliS Ebersole , w,w-A r.Appe-, G ypsy type eeee,,v- Peroxide pf ij Mark Hertzler er,,,,r ,rrr,rr, M eddlesome rrrr rrrrr,. Confine 4 V Bessie ri-ey ,,,ee,,. .--,...LaZy. ,,,,e,eee,eeeee .,e,e,erie . .....-g.Take English Lit. A Esther Good ,,rrrr,.,, i , l -A "Good" girl r.r..,,..rr.rr All-day sucker 9 Cultivate a calliope .Fall on the ice i if Ralph Holdeman r,,. r,.,,,rrer L acking initiative ,,,,e,,,ee ig! j Pauline Herr. .err,e,,,, , iiirrii, Quiet rer,N,,,,,i,ii,iie,--,-,rr-,-, A 7 it Gladys Honderich er,rrrr,i, Sophisticated ii 4 ll , i i Lois Lapp rrr.... . rr,rrer Murl Eldridge Maude Mendenhall .. l jj Fyrne Miller r,rr...... . ' Allen Ebersole r,rro,,, Ruth Miller .rr.r,,,. Mary Royer.. r.rr -- .fl ill' V Ti Velma Steiner. ,r,,r .. John Bender ,,,..i f f Mary Yoder . l, -v i Martha Yoder r....,,,. Qiif Q fffxf f f Page Forty-four LeRoy Ellis i 4- Milton Bi-iiiik ,, .,i,Qi Hazel Stauffer o.,r..,. it 11 Icie Steiner rr,i,,i-r ' i Arthur Blough. rr.,rr Mischievous .Go to church i Adelia Hostetler ,,,e,,,,,.,-ee Extremely sober iier,,i-,,, Occasional smile -.--.--.Siour . rrrr,. Noisy... ,,.rrrrrrrr,,, Nothing to doin-.. Knock-kneed -..---Blonde .Cuttin' up. rr..., . .-.Bass voice .-..--.Freckles..-.--.. ..-.--.Curly hair--...-- .. rr,. .Modest rr,r,r,,,,,,i,,.iir ....,.,Victrola agent G.----Peaceful ....,-,.Homesick Earl Byler aa.r... ..ee ...rerr.. - F orwardness .,.,i - ...-,, I mmense r,..... A diet of sugar Rubber heels .Gio to school ..,-...Eat T. N. T. ...-...Ride a barrel .None .-----,Make a crazy quilt .Inhale hydrogen May dew Dry climate Frequent shocks ..-....MufHer Course in argumentation .......Visitors from W. L. Hide behind a piano A strict diet flflfgglb 'f 1. 4 2 Cl fl '14 If f xXXX3NA SEQ 'XX -nga 7 X dl Q W Qfl fi fl fl 1. ,ij .l f, 4 fail lil fel l il A Wg. 'll il ff 4 ff y I X, "il 1 If, 4 9 If f ., ,mica Lv.-we ,f,f,1f,5',' 15141-H.f-fH15,g35f'f.+.+1 f' ff-een 14.11-11-ef nz:jf',ff+f-1'-ggi'-fir-+1 'fi-1-1'-+1 - 'f'f'+tra:i.Blf+,+ff,',fTV1 ff,+f+g f .wif 15,5-,ff 1 ,I 1, AA? -A Ag ' 1 , J, lj My V j f 1 1 l 1, l' ' V J ' 1' 1 ' Pl 1 nl. f 1111 V 1 iii U 11 I1' , 1' . 1l, f 1 1! , 1 M Q11 1 li 11 i 11 lil ' 1 1 1! 4 ' 1 ll . 1 1 ' 1 1. 1,1 1,1 l 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 11 .11 ' l , Il 1 X 4 ff ff "f ff 7 I , O Z VA 4. ff' 7, A 4, "7 ,If 7, 24 ,al 1"-j f . 3 76 4 3 Q 9 X f f '1 1, f .fl L V! , 7 X, 1 1 'Q . ll ff 1 1 19 ll Ml? li "l ,lf ,1 Wi lf' . HN , ,f qi 'Ill ' 11 1111 f' 1 li 1 451 X' U 3,1 1,4 ll 3' , 14 Qi fi 'ii ,L 1 12 ,W ff! , gl fi Top Row-R. Miller, A. Blough, Brenneman, A. Lapp, Smucker, I. Steiner. i 'ln' Second Row-F. Miller. Good. Holdeman, Bender, N. Blough, Stauifer. 511 Thiwl Row-Hertzler, Frey, Honderich, Eldridge. V7 fl Fou.1'th, Ro-w-L. Ilapp, W. Hostetler, Brunk, Herr. ff ,fgl Fifth Row-V. Steiner, Ellis, Royer, Ardis Ebersole, Byler, Martha Yoder. Sixth Row-Kanagy, D. Yoder, A. Hostetler, Mary Yoder, Allen Ebersole. .ij 132 1l 711W . ., ,,.. . 44 151 ' f ffffff.ff'1' f ' f 1 'ffffftf'4iff'f4f1GQQ8s17f,fff,ff,f,fxfpff,'ff, ff,ug,p,fff,'p f ' 111119 , Page Forty-five QM 'f +V' fda-.Lwf'+,D ffT4 1' f-dx 1 J5L?'ffA,-xf. --if , .V mf f,:. ,. - -. , , X-, . A , f ' I 'X :J 1 ,NYY ,, M 116 'Mg Eli M f fl ff f A V Y ,l f'fW2'?ff'ffifff' 3 Plflwwii EL F1 ,La EZ EH E' AQ. O "M f,Wf.w ifii ,,,! 7 Q -X YQ' 1? 'AI '1 , ffl! , fl, iizjf ,i ,lx , fx MA, V1 nw Jxffe 1641 W V A fi' A 4. AVA Q 7 X' i x V :fr 5,4 ,fy QQ' 'QL 'E W LL, Ji, 14' FV ' 1 w 1 1 4 W V 111 l' . IKLI. Vi. w lf M, I l ,W ,w. v My gp a .r f , 1 1? 1 ,X , Ml U' 'A nw l j iw A, ff- 4--- .fv-fW- 'Q V K F-V mf W Af' NF , ,+V-,gm A.. ,. L , , f-if .-- , ,f whiw. Wy, Y..,.., wfjef ff, . ,',z" ,- -., -...4...,n., , '??"Lf' "" Y' Page Forty-sim V , ,aj LL,5:55!!!G5:,5f!f,:g,j:f!!A15!!f4-A-4!! .4 ff-Jffgjggff ff ffl.-f,g,f.f,'f,-64.411 ,ff ' .4155 4 y ffWf7W7WW?7WWWiZ'K4l A . i IL-i. g I ,,,, ,,,H,,,,,...,,..,f 4 7 ' X K f "m 'N -if 1, g Q , -11 f, X ms 9 K - f X " - J 1. ' ff Z F-?d,,-2 - N "" - A 1. 4 - f li EA F' , f ,, fgfff H 'gras !Q!!"!t!'f'!Q1!!!fQ1,- '!!!g!!!!' 151 gi MQ!!! ' Lf. VX f f If ' ' ' L 1 F-5':i1..:'..:1.f . E 2:15 fi ,452 EEZ! e' tv f Q ' ,h,,l:I,fv" XSL Hllfl 'Ulla al., -,SV 5':::l iid' ij, wi' ,av . J ff freshman Qtlass iliaistnrp In the fall of 1927, sixty-eight freshmen entered Goshen College to begin their college career. Yes, we were real freshmen and did our best to act just as was expected of us. Because ou1' class was the largest in college and made up practically half of the college enrollment, we were naturally expected to do big things -and we did! The latter part of September the Freshman Class was called tio order by the President of the Junior Class, and officers were elected for the year. Abram Hallman was elected Presidentg ,Louella Yoder, Treasurer, and Rachel Weaver, Secretary. The class chose Professor Hershberger as Faculty Advisor. On October 1, approximately fifty freshmen met in front of Adminis- tration Building at 5:30 p. m. and went in a body to the woods along the lower Elkhart river. After spending some time collecting brush, a huge bonfire was started and fifty freshmen began to relieve that "uncomfortable feeling" with roasted wieners, grapes, etc. In spite of a threatening rain, the social was a success and all went home feeling that they were better acquainted with each other. On the twenty-eighth of October, the gymnasium was the scene of a jolly Hallcwe'en party. We were scarcely able to recognize some of the members of our class, as we had supposed that most of the girls had, at least, outgrown "pig tails." We also discovered that we had some men in the class who by their clothes had evidently known what "hard times" were. After spending the evening in a regular Hallowe'en fashion, pumpkin pie and apples were served. No, it hasn't been all fun, we, also, have shown a real spirit in debat- ing. December 16, our men's team met the Sophomore Men's team in Assembly Hall, with the question ,of Japanese immigration at stake. The freshmen had the affirmative side of the question and were defeated 1-2, although they did very fine debating. The 1nen's defeat was a challenge to the women's debating team. and on Thursday evening, January 26, with much class enthusiasm, and with a still greater determination to win, the freshmen women met the sophomore women. Our team argued the negative side of the question of the independence of the Philippine Islands, and came out victorious-the judges' decision being 2-1 in our favor. We soon discovered that we had, not only debaters and "social stars" in our class, but also some real athletes. The women's basket ball team played some very interesting games and much fine spirit was displayed, although they were unsuccessful in winning the tournament games. This time the men came to the rescue and saved the honor .of the class by winning every inter-class game that they played. We have not excelled in everything. but we have earned a big place in Goshen College, and we hfope for a continuance of success in the future by following our motto, "Over the Alps lies Italy." -Elsie Yoder. rffffffflflkkk222227222222272272222720223292,V2f?22222?!222222f7722f722,Z? ff f f 512.22272-fi XXXXNX X XXX .XX .4 f XXXXXXXXX xXX 7 XXXX ,XXXL- 4 5 f X' f , f 1 4 O i4 fi .f 4 .-9 1 A .4 7 X XX Xxx QX SIRQQXQNQQX Page Forty-s Ziff X "XA3535fX!D5:i-JXX.jIQ5X!,4A4X ff!-,f,:f!f.1i,Uff ff ,-1-ug! .f:,f,If!!f,-551.111-4-1-.4f!f:!:6.:fff 111.-tgdff,-.4ifff.-c-.44 ff,-,534 f XIX 'Xl X. X f 4' K , X f , Q X,f ff f X Z X Z . 1 Vx X Z . x . If f ,X X7 'X ff 1 f X X I X l f', 1 X iff f 1 X If X4 X 1 Q" 4 '14 f g i l 1 V. fl! V 34 cl A f X f X , Q1 7 , Qfwfffwfmnffwwfwfmwmf AE! X jf... Eg A WWZWVXWIXWXXWXWJXXZ ,,,. ..,,, ,,,,, . . . .. ,,AA,,,,,A,,,.........., . .... f of 4 'X 14 X XZ 'X 7 .f 14 X .7 X 'X 'X PX 'X AX -f 'X i4 'X 'X ff if 17 'X 3? X EZ 'X 'X 'X if :J X 35 :X X 4 fX 'X fX fX XX 'X fX 'X fX 17 AX ,7 ffl .fl .fl Xl EZ if 17 Z X 'Z Top Row-A. Rrenneman, N. Brunk, Gnagy, H. Brenneman, Yeager, Aeby. Second Row-O. Smucker, L. Hostetler, Hallman, Good, Heatwole, Graybill. Third Row-M. Yoder, Shrock, Elsie Yoder, D. Roth. Fourth Row-Case, Esch, Mast, Miller, B. Zook, I. Roth. Fifth, Row-Adams, S. Brunk, B. Herslmberger, Getz, H. Zook, Leinbach. Sixth Row-Gerber, C. Schertz, Horner, Harper, C. Nafziger. ' .X if .7 if 2, XA f , - . ,,,,......,.. ,, ,.,,.,,., ,,,. , ,,,, , ,,,, ,. ,..,,, ,,,,,,, , QXQ74'XXXXXXXf'XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXZPZ82'VXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX7fXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXAQ Page Forty-eight Y Ll,,fEf,5f!ki,g,f!!Ef,g,E,ff!gDf5!!.4394!!.4:,5:fl!A-4AJ!! ll ff ff! ff-c-A.4fff.fDg,:fff1?f,f,-4ffffC,1,-'ff1fn5 ff,-1-far. f ,ffm ywwwwfwwwwwmolmi j QE A gf QWwkfvfzfwfyffffzif,9 ff f X, ...,, . ,.,,,,,,.,.. . . . . ................. , ,A,,, f Z2 4 1 f 7 4 Z 71 71 7, fi 71 Z: f 4 fi 5, 4 Vi 4, fd 4, 5, X, 6. jf X. X, 41 A, if ji Q: Q: f, Q 7,3 X fi 2: Q Z, 4: Z: f 5. Q, X, X , f f 51 251 Top Row-H. Yoder, Diephuis, Shoots, Esther Yoder, Keiser, Musselman. yi? Second Row-Wenger, E. Brenneman, Umble, E. Hostetler, F. Nafziger, O. Yoder. f,' , ,, Third Row-Bixler, D. Hershherger, Weaver, Kaufman. ff , 'ff Fourth, Row-Cook, D. Zi 7, ,, fg Smucker, E. Schertz, Loucks, T. Weaver, Gerig. Fifth Row-Headings, R. Yoder, Camp, Zimmerly, M. Smucker, A. Yoder. ' Sixth. Row-Slabaugh, Burkholder, King, L. Yoder, Kreider. 4, :lm , r, F, X7 ff, ,X ,,! X fl fl , . fx, 7 ff X ' 1 ' A ,jr fl' fd "Fl N fr I , JV fl .11 ,J ,gi .QA 1 4 :il 4, .Qi ' 4 1 fi fr 11 ffl uw X, A 'fn E! ,N fr Ji ,rf ,r. ,ffl ,. il J i W 'lx fm w ,P .fa f l, ,fi ll! ffl ,w Af Q X f: ............. ..,.. ,............. ......... .,,., . ,,,.,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,f,. . , , , , o grffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffgfffffffffmf2,30VffffffffffffffffffffffVfffif nf f i.fz1,1f,' . Page Forty-n ine fr-f-H +-f . f.. Lx f - AQ A +,, ' 11,1 "'f,L,LtAf-!fH-v-'fff-1-n-fflfHlf-v-fff'-v:y-v 'ff-fr-v-11-'A-4,4 ffPgm'! T4 'X ZQ fl 7 1,2 fgfw ',I 'ff A Q X!! T7 M! A4 ,W if 3 ,fx wif Ui' mx ,ffl 3 4 59 :V ga! A ff: aff ,A ,f'4 ,fl , 1 1 ,f', l ffl H311 ffl ,mf Lfffl 5 G E52 W -A M5 22 -W if 43 7, f, , f' f lff 7 .f if if ,f f"f?f ff , ,I ,,,f fiff' iffkkffkb 2,3AV!Zkfiffffffkfklfiifkfi2227 Vkkffffflki 4 A5 Page Fifty -Laf.f.f14e.:'nff44neffLL:eHfLiA-411 ' f f f fff ff,ffw fffvfntff 'Mae ffm-1 ff-crew 7 A fl ff 2 7 4, Q 4 ffWffW?Wf7WWWWlt'm . . ,.,. . , ,. A . Lf? LXWW cm if f S A I Z ' ... X 'l -A .Y Hi' 'eff..f1M,f1,+A .V 1- 2' i war f lf i-.,-fl-.fa -....A.l -MISL ii., l4i'c"'4,f,'," lj V- "'L ' ' 'hip' 5, ,... 2 1 - f. ,. . , y 7 if Ui eff - ' ' A L'-ff 1: " L- wiv? The general aim of the average American high school is to prepare a selected group of young people for college entrance. This also is the purpose of the Academy, however, it is not the primary aim. Constant endeavor is made to develop the physical, intellectual, social, moral, and spiritual life of the student. We think that a student who has been de- veloped only physically, intellectually, and socially is not yet prepared to serve his fellowmen to the best advantage, therefore we aim to develop the moral and spiritual aspects .of the life of the student. The modern tendency is toward procuring a higher education. We are all consciously or unconsciously influenced by this trend. The question of educating our young people has been decided for many years. The question now is where shall We educate them? Hundreds of our young people are attending schools whose influence tends to draw them away from the principles of the Faith, the Church, and God. In many homes are found young people who for some reason have not been privileged to obtain an early secondary education. Sometimes such persons for various reasons do not desire to attend a regular high school. The Academy appeals to such students. Many advantages are offered to students in the Academy which are not available in the regular high school. The Academy is especially favored in that it offers to the student the use of the equipment found in the college laboratories. Our laboratories are therefore superior to those of the regular high school. The students have free access to the college library of approximately nine thousand carefully selected volumes. The city of Goshen has a large and well equipped Carnegie library, which also may be used by the student. Tennis courts, athletic field, and a gymnasium provide excellent opportunities to develop the body physically. The social and spiritual contact which may be made with the mature college students gives a decided advantage over the regular high school. The student has the privilege of entering various extra-curricular activities, such as literary societies or choruses. A wholesome religious atmosphere is fostered by the Young People's Christian Association in various meetings, such as Bible study classes, devotional and prayer meetings, and lectures. Again, a period is set apart each day of the school year for chapel services, when all students are expected to lay aside for a short time their studies and worship their Creator. During the past year several changes have been made in the organiza- tion of the Academy. A plan has been formulated whereby the lower classmen are assigned to a study hall which is supervised by an instructor. Along with this supervision is given a course in "How to Study Effectively." This plan has resulted a marked improvement over the former plan of studying in the reading room of the college library. Several changes are contemplated in the number of type of courses that will be offered during the coming year. Three courses will be offered: A college preparatory course for students wishing to prepare for college entrance, a general course for students who are not expecting to enter college, and a Bible course for students who desire to procure a greater knowledge of the Bible. U. Grant Weaver, Principal. P. 2 5 A XLXXQ XXX 43 I cl ff XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXSXXXXNLXLNX ff Q, .f, f f ff I ? Q 5 YI 2. f f , f , l 4 .U Ki 2 fi 4 .4 . l X . , f' , f f , f f, i 4 ,TW ,,.. ,,,, ,,,,, , ...,,,, ,,,,, , , ,,,,,,, ,,,, , Vffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffr2,8orfffffffffffffffffffffnfff, if f, 1 Q fffff +8 Page Fifty-one il ffigffeHff .... 7 ..,. ug W ,,,, m lm --.- L-m -m -m fi' s as 'ff X f if Zi . lg 41 F sass so an M.-- , gg QQ Seniors if Z: ' ll W! WQKHlB lW.U l l Q 71 1 k X 1 5 X l if Z: S i EZ QQ ' W if ,.., L ELIZA BRENNEMAN if 7, 5 -,.b Q Always smiling. She is modest, but en- 7Q li p ergetic. If you want help, ask Eliza. 41 I A f if Q, Lei ' f ,. if .f- - L7 ff 9, , , . . i if ' ' 1 HOMER HERSHBERGER ' X Q S A ' Studious, hard-working, and ever ready 'X ,. f 1, 'X I , P. - ' to do what is required of him. He is de- A , ',:' .gr i I termined to know and to do the right at ' ' ', A "" 4 I 4 all times. Homer says, "Back to the land , , , X Q' for me." ' Z X f z 9 ' lil X aff! - iff--'L ,4 ' ' 'X A pk ll ' f .ff LYDIA HERSH-BERGER 32 f Elle gi A very "studious" student is she. If we I L ' ever have women presidents, look for if Lydia as a candidate. jf 1 lf: ' ,X . il lg' .4 f' l :sy Z ' 'f J s f Z llgil ' 'X iff i -f lisa 12 , ' ,.-ff -' QQ. . 5. ev A. if f is FLOYD Moons :Q L, I . 4 The lanky, Lancaster lad. His stature if jf "-i, H- 1 ll gives him a lofty outlook and we hope jf v , J" ' E f that this will coincide with his later jf 24' "" 5 l r i , achievements. j Q of i lg f . . H4 xl. l Q Q4 -gg A 1 14 VT Pie l 1 if ,gf i , VELMA HERSHBERGER :Z f ' Simple, modest, and sweet. A true type 1,-gl . , ' of the Puritan maiden-Priscilla. :Z 1 I:-5 . ,Z I 'l l Z7 is l S if S 1? V ' 5 4 QE if l fix' Q ' X ' 5 if if 4,, 1 ,f v If , ul , 4 ,Zi ' lg f, if 1 f , , f 5 ,..,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 4 ,,,,,, 5 ,,,.K, rllllfnlkrllkllrflf 1 I ,f QMUff.Qffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffflo2,9QVffffffffffffffffffffffyfffff22!222fQkQ7?215 Page Fifty-two 1 ffceefffafsf ---- . .-.. --,, . .... .O .... .... , 2. .... .-... .... ,,,, , 777W77W7W77Wl7QM0 JW AA ji! mf' if A ewfwwyavyyyyfywyggyyjWyfffa 4 ' "--' ffr- - -,--,-..,.., ....,Y 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 7 f 4 G. F. PRICE "Cap" Price, a World War Captain, has had an unusually wide experience. He distinguishes himself as being the only married man in our class. "He hails from Welsh Wales." l Q i , . 2'7" Q. New-W-. , f fl R, . 1 i I fs , l wtmrwriivaiv' s E ' JS Hg Q Se 4 1 , he A "K . X'1 4 X A l ii ' 4 l fi , BERTHA NOHEJL , . 1 4 4 Bertha has a winning' personality and a l jr? 4 vu 7 fine Christian character. We've been l 'pf N 4 glad to have this girl from "Chi" with fs? - 1 X us. Z 19 . 4, 4 i Q MARK ROTH , I 5 A kind-hearted and good-natured fellow X A , 75 , 4 is Mark. His "long baskets" are un- ' 17- f , A equaled. 3 fill 5 7 ee if ,Q 3 ff lexxfy l ' l ,A--Ne l" ' li X Y "'v . Q DOROTHY sM1TH l 'Nil A - 1 , f A sunny disposition, a friend to all, a , Q, 1 -.Q , f diligent student, a voice of rare qualityg ilxpii 5 " , l 4 such are the characteristics of "Dot," 1 ' 1 7' A EJ - , 2 4 1 L J- W , ' 5 X V ,O V ,ge , A GEORGE SMITH lr L it., r Z An optimistic pessimist is "Smitty," our , llfsf X Q' songster from Ohio. He has proved 1 4 himself a capable class president. We ' gigggi Z look for the same success in his future ' , 4 undertakings. A 1 ' Z 1 W 4 4 f-rs Q 4 MILDRED WELDY i , Q 2 At first acquaintance she appears to be 'l , Q3 rather timid, but you later find her ' 4, bubbling over with life. Give her a task I to perform and she'll do it. Y tsl ff I wi 3 1-gl Z l, 1 4 X QA f A' f V 'W if 7 g..f1f -V- ,.. J ..,,,,,, , !,,4, ...,,! 4,,,,,, , r lxlrlrl Yffffffffffff4fffffffffffffffffffffffffffi.2,9QVfffffffffffffffkfkliff24222 4 Q22 2, 2 1: 4 1,4 Q Page Fifty-three Lg5fr5!f4:.ir5!ffnfd-ffffi15:fffA-44ffJ:fd!fe1:eH4fc1fa:rff f ffffeefff fffffrxfff-feeL4L.:e44fff1id ffneininfsdi ' X! J!! I I f X If f " ' ! y4w444W4W44444444444QM A lp M A E?Zh44444f4w44W7W47W4Y7Z W, ,,,, ,,,,,, , , ,,,. ,....,....... - .A,V ,, ,,,, ...X 4 H4 4 A 4 4 4 4 X 4 4 X 4 4 4 4 4 X 4 4 .X 7 4 , I, ,fl '4 l X4 ,fi 4'l fi 4 4 I 1 ,i .7 4 ,A ,4 fd 4 ,4, x, J ,V ji ,L i 4 1 '4 I, Ilaisturp nf tha Qrahemp Qenint Glass The Academy Senior Class of 1928 had its beginning September 17, 1924. Twelve students registered as freshmen in the Goshen College Academy. The homes from which we came were in only twvo states-Iowa and Indiana. Our purpose in coming was that of delving into the wonder- ful field of knowledge. In a few weeks we met to organize, when Wayne Erb of Granger, Indiana, was elected president. Afterspending six or seven weeks in school one of our members left to take up other duties. With the reduced number of eleven we safely journeyed until we reached the end 'of the first semester. Soon after the second semester began we found that not only were two of our number missing, but also, that two new members were added to our ranks. We then continued our school work until we rea-ched the end of the year. When the time for the opening of another nine months' term arrived, eight members of our group returned to register as sophomores. We were also happy to admit seven new members to our class, which brought our number to fifteen. This year we came together from various parts of the country: as far south as Mississippi, as far east as Pennsylvania, as far north as Michigan, and as far west as Iowa. Our class was organized, with Orvin Brunk of Lyman, Mississippi, as president. It seldom happens that the advanced classes of a school are larger than the freshman classg but the Sophomores were an exception, as our number was larger than the year before. During this year the class did not experience any growth in number. One member was admitted at the second semester and one stepped forward into the J unior Class. Our sophomore year was not honored with many special events, but when we reached the end of the year we had the assurance that we were making progress in our pursuit of knowledge. The time for the opening of another school year arrived September 22, 1926. After registration we found that only six of the sophomores of the year before had registered, but we gladly welcomed five new members to our class. Three who had been with us during the freshmen and sopho- more years were now too far advanced and stepped up into the Senior Class. We were happy to be juniors and our vision of the time of graduation Orvin Brunk, who had proved his ability as president of became brighter. the Sophomores, was elected president of the Junior Class. This year we represented the following states: Mississippi, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio. We were only eleven in number, but we retained our courage until we successfully reached the end of the junior year. The most notable event of our junior year was entertaining the Seniors at the annual Junior- Senior Banquet. The time to which we had looked forward with anticipation ar- rived September 14, 1927. We then registered as seniors, but we found that there were only three members left of the original class that regis- terd as freshmen in September, 1924. We now have eleven in our group, two of these were added in the junior year, five when we became seniors, and one at the beginning of the second semester of the senior year. As seniors we came from our homes in the various states of Indiana, Illi- nois, Iowa and Ohio. One was born in Wales but his home is now in Illi- nois, Our president is George Smith of Elida, Ohio, who joined us in the senior year, and has proved himself an able leader for our class. We are happy to have safely reached our goal-graduation. 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Q U4 44 if fri 34 Q' -fp f nf .7 f fx Baci: Rou--M. Yoder, Summer, Swartzendruber, Hartzler. Z 'A 391 Front Row-Metzler, Grabill, Yontz. I.. Yoder, Christophel. fy X A 'X 41 17 ZZ OFFICERS ig President ....... ......,.....,...,........,... ,......,.............. R u by Yontz ng Qi secretary ,,.,... .,...,,.,,,,,..,,.... L e Verne Yoder Q7 f, Treasurer .,.,.. ..,.... llr Iary Swartzendruber 6- 97 Q4 if 1 f I f 17 41 ROLL if X ' . lf' 21 John Hartzler ...,...... .............. ..... G 0 shen, Illdlalla gf ffi Carl Metzler ...,,.,,,,...... ....,. G oshen, Indiana Frances Christophel ,eeddd .....,.. G oshen, Indiana 37 Mary Grabill ....,.,,.e,,., ..., E lkhart, Indiana Mabel Summer ee...ee...e.e ..d.. . Ashley, Michigan :Z Marguerite Yoder W, .....,., ....,,.. G oshen, Indiana if J La Verne Yoder .,ee...,,,. .-ee.,,. G oshen, Indiana ,43 Ruby Yontz .,................. .............. G oshen, Indiana if Z1 Mary Swartzendruber ,,,e,, ,....rree-,,,,..,,e,r,r,.r K alona, Iowa If L51 Willard Jacobs .......,,....,. .... . Tohnstown, Pennsylvania lg f' j if I 12 4, if f ae, ,,,,.,, I I 4 ,,,,, 32 glffffff VfffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffflP282'la?7722!2222f22222fyyjjj22222 Qillgj ' ' YM' Q6 Page Fifty-six 1 . 11415411 ---- ---- ---- - --- ---- ---- 'tid 11:ceef11ffef'4 ffuin' 14514191 XXX XXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX ff Z 1 f 7 7 3 f 1 f x 2 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I jfresbmen Back Row-A. Steiner, Blough, L. Kauffman, E. Zimmerly, E. Bixler. Front Row-U. Cressman, V. Good, R. Schrock, E. Amstutz, A. Weaver, N. Stalter. President ....... Secretary ..... , Treasurer . OFFICERS Lee Roy Kauffman Una Cressman Edna Amstutz 7 7W7WWI' .Ia o r QI I I J Q5?12W11111W11111111111 4 7 1 I Z 4 Z 4 Z 1 Z Z 1 I 1 I 1I 1 I f I 1 1 1 1 X 1 I 1 I I I ZH I I 5 I I I 1 QI 4 1 4 1 f 1 1 1 I George Blough ...,. Lee Roy Kauffman Ivan Martin ........eeee. Elain Zirnmerly ..,.... 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A L 4 X V-,elfrh -tv , X , - -I I ' " ' l. 1 I 4 , Q . , - , 7 if X ' 57 7' if 41 I if nf -ff 41 -4 if i 1 f , , X 4, ,fi , M 6 f ' if 7' if I L4 ' f , , X it X 'Q l I 5 ' ff 7, 'X I ,I X , ff , , f f 4 'X f X If 'X 'Z I 4 Top Row-Herner, Smucker, Yoder, Bryner, Eberly, Dykstra, Kanagy. ji' QQ Second Row-O. Mendenhall, Smith, Frey, Borneman, Russ, Bohn, Brenneman, Ellis. Tliircl Row-M. Mendenhall, Fretz, Agnes Aschliman, Hershberger, Sommer, Long, if if Leininger, Miller, Adeline Aschliman. ff' Fourth Row-Erb, Hertzler, Witmer. Yoder, G. Hershberger. ,X , ' 1' f , , X 21 Clarence Holaway ...,,,.... Nappanee, Indiana Gerrit Dykstra .,.,,,,. Paterson, New Jersey Iii Edwin Weaver .........,...... Wakarusa, Indiana Orpha Mae Huffman ,,l,,,,,,, Elkhart, Indiana , ,f 'fjll Majory Russ ....,.......,... .,...,. G oshen, Indiana Lydia Hershberger .,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Kalona, Iowa Xj Owen Mendenhall .............,.. Goshen, Indiana Willard Smith ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ashle Mich: an if f yr g , , iff Ruby Yontz ....,.,...........,,...... Goshen, Indiana George 'Bosse ,..,...., ,..,,,,. G oshen, Indiana ff, f Blanche Brenneman ,...,..,.,,...,,..,, Elida, ohio Jay Ebel-ly .,,,,,,, ,,.,,,e,,,,,,, D ayton, ohio Nelson Starr .......,......,.,....... Goshen, Indiana Mary Fretz .,....,v..,...,... Markham, Ontario aj Forrest Kanagy ..... ...,.,..,........ C able, Ohio Jonathan Yoder ...,. ,,,..... G oshen, Indiana gfi Robert 'Bender ..,..,.. ......... G oshen, Indiana Silas Smucker ..... .,.,..,, G oshen, Indiana jg 54, LeRoy Ellis .....,,....... ,....... G oshen, Indiana Alma Sommer ...,. ...,,.,,... D alton, Ohio gy? ,jj Amanda Frey .,.....,..,,,, ,,.,,,, A rchbold, Ohio Fred Bryner ....i i,,......... G oshen, Indiana , ff, Adeline Aschliman ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Wauseon, Ohio Edwin Herner .........,,,,,,.,.., Goshen, Indiana fi, Agnes Agchliman ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, W auseon, Ohio Clara Bohn ...,.,.......... Millersburg, Indiana 7,5 'A John Overdeer ........ ......... G oshen, Indiana Fannie Miner .,.,,.,A.,A,,,,,,.,,,A Arghbgldy Ohio TZ ,I Mera Dinehart ,.............,.., Elkhart Indiana - - , - QQ Catherine Brown ,.......... ,.,. G oshen: Indiana Egther Lemmger """""""" Elkhalt' Ingiana ff fi Marie Long .....,.,,.,.,,......,..... Goshen, Indiana B111 Stuckman -------'------'-"-- Goshen, In 1353 if Qflj Mary E. Borneman ...,....,.., Elkhart, Indiana Emma Kauffman ---------.-- WGSI Llbeftyv 01110 fy ,, , ,A 7' V7 A if , I X gan, ..,,,,.. i,,,, .....,....,,,.. ....i.., .,,,. .,,,,. , I ,,,,,,,,, , , I ,,,,,, I , ,,,,,, H42 IfflffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffleZQQVffffffffffffffb'77Q77fZfff ff' ffffi C7f'X'Z7A2iQ - Page Fifty--nine . fe t 11 is t- qs,- QAPI 11-3 I 1 Fl AF F rzlffw ,. ,if .5 ff: we , 2, I .1 , 'Vi L, ell L, 'r ,I il-jf :yi 'ry 5:2 ' 'f li! ll ' 55: .I'lf 1:5 lr? .jf 252' .f ,r':r-1mQ- 'gi 37 THE SUBIHER SCHOOL Tie Sxnzter Session of 1927 opened on June 11. During The first :ff fe? fees: our iizoer of reefgsaz' sideztts Tas increased by the group 'K . , , , , , ,, -' , I , v Q Q 4 "1 Tag-is atezcez tie louzg Peop-e s Ilsitute, conducted nj: tie College. ' At tie Q,-Use of tie institute a deff-t-tional rneeing. fodovced by luncheon ' and a sc-:ai sour. Tas hegd at College Point. Paul Erb. of Hesston, Kan- sas. :ac csarge of titis Tneetirig. 'lfiis constituted our only college smial 'ij for the s1:f::ez'. One of the features of the Y. P. C. A. was the Mission Sunday Scam-. conducted at tne ll 11133 Bztcs Senwl. ten nziles north of Goshen. yi Grcxps of about four or ive Tent out every Sunday and took charge of the three Sxztdan' Sch-ml Classes. if L., J: : -,:.,..-, 1 -, .J , , ---,.- .. - ,. '-,.,' : ' - 'Q' A-.ez' Le iLs.s-d,-: ciosed. .nere .-.as some ag1la.1on lor litezaiix actlity. Wissard Sith. Estliez' Leininger. and Forrest Kanagy accord- jffff iziglp' arranged a progfrax which 'ras presented in the Music Room of the :jg Cnlege. Feafgres of the prog-ar, were: a reading by Paul Erb-"The Zigi Bess." gif-'en Wits musical aceoripanirnent by Sylvia Hostetler--and a ,114 'rotation contest by the Aschlirnan tr-ins. 522 One of tae sig events of the smfrfzei' 'F-'as a trip to the sand dunes Q5 along Lake Michigan. .Although this trip :nas planned for tlze Physiog- mpg' Cass. otner students were excused Ironi classes to emo? the trip .pi also. 312 .Ls a result. few folks :were left belfdnd. A picnic dinner gave us tae energy to climb the mountains of clean, white sand. Atletic actifivies 7-'-211: lintited. due to the lon' enrollment, but tennis received the major emphasis, Vie all feltftlmt our summer had -4 proitaog' spent and tnat We had gained new and lasting friends. Zz Jonathan Yoder f 1 NN Q N 'P QQ. 1 ii S S. Xl X, SV YQ if 56 Q, 5. YI S: S. Xumlxxglnx XXYXK Pax 4:73 A A 4 icisfeffeiafffeeefffchifffdnga , '7 7 77Wf7k !! ! !!!i:!g-'iff' 7 "v" ' If f 1ff4,f 1 if f I 1 . , " f- . f'f'ffff ff-,,-ffff,ff,vf,,"""if" f t ' -- -'V- V,.. A , , of -- '-'ffj.ffZXfXWf!!Vl77Ws ' ' 7 he 7 A - Q "-N' 2 A' J 2' 7 3 'K' 5 : e fi- 15 Q i.-1 e. F. 7 W ' , - :Ati ' 4-' 'A-...sl5!7:'5 F621 N AU" Z CM g ' .71 4 The Buble School io- f ft The Bibi s 11 1 . , V 7 lege course. It Coffgusoomoa-2 E1g5bSn0fC3l1leietlflunctions as an integral part of the col- 4 services of two instructors. The large am0uai1l-LaIE3BqQf depaffmellf and requires the :Lf ,f ri m Colfege and Academy, is designed to meet oneo f 51 e work which 15 offered, both :rf f ers of the College and those who have co t' 3 .e maJ01- purposes of the found- 4 tenance of a Strong religious life at the Coillgllue 50 suppoett it, namely the main- :fi 5 of Young ueople for active service in the cburzf. an the training of a large number X During- the pa t . , . ' ,a 4 in the usualway, 'vristh iixdhrglie 5:11250 of thgi3'B1ble Department has been carried on 4 0116-half of the Student body is enronergi Cfiurses b? the students. At least QV? X the unper-C1355 Students are maiorin i B.bl e c asses. vvhile no less than six of P-Q, 4 number of Students who are taking SBHEHQ ioleiiq It E gratifying to note this large if 4 mental-y and advanced' and it is to be hgped tile? hoth elective andlrequired, ele- ryji f l RTOW and develo Th - - . 3 f 9 deuartment will continue to V' Z New Testamentlbut C0illir3SplgiiS3l1s0 lgfgiergd iizniish Bible Courses' both md and 56' . e - ,J ' f and Hegzsegv, Church History, Doctrines, Practical Thegfggfglfgngaiiggilaies, both Greek H2 u t 11 - . , , ' t' If , 4 to get adfgniegv gtahriiii taken adv anced courses in the Bible Department are able 5 33131. two Eraduateg of thi' 351165'-'glgafilliievetlheilglgicrzgc senlinaries. During the past I ' ' - ' ' 0 I e ' yi we 1?'f2Df5?t i22i12iiCi?nS5L?2 ll? 4' Due to Sf Y' . 5' t 15 gfatlfbqng to note this recognition, .af , 3 9 requirements for the aoad - - - WM V 110 nermlt academy t d t . gnu Cufflculllm It has been imDo--'bl l' ' Q' coming year other 31-linaiflll S to take as much Bible as has often been desired. Foiflthg .:' 7 tra Bible Work in the AEZEEHYQQS Izrgev liflng made so that those who Wish to take ex- Z. fy ln Bible. However th h y 0 59' n fact It Wlu be possible to specialize i credited diploma, nor CIQSIFEIE'-FZ fidieibliggelieiiyge course' Fu not be able to get an ac' V? D ff . 5 . rance wit out takin -ig - ' Z I , A new f fy . - Y I g' ex ra work. X .I 7 the A- B- fl92'1't:: dblifx Tgfthe Rlble Work was the Tcqulrement that all candidates for X . - P 0 at least six hours of Work in B'b1 - - W A , put mto effect for the first tune durin th . 1 e. This requirement was , 7 there has alwavs been l - g 9. past 505001 Year. As a matter of fact 'rf I 7 few have graduated witlfiouatrglie electlpn of Blble Courses at Goshen College and verv li , 6 Six hours a minimum requiremefliqfllfed amount. The action by the Facultv fo make li: ' -f primarily to show the value which ti1Se'g9lelf"a confirmation of this. and is designed ' gd of the curriculum necessary for 3 c0mDai3xet5anP3acweilupon ghs liibqle courses as a part I , The -t- i I if -1'011n e 1 eral Arts course. 'fi 7 mental knowledge of Ch ' - - . 4- UID aSiS is placed on g -1- 'if I fy afld Sound methods of stliidganiiyisalfhi ddregt Bible shidy' as Well as on S31l0f2G'I51!iD 'Zi 5 rd tlanvstudent as Well as the- Christiane wesixgn of- the instruction to equin the Chris' '53 1 A gamlng the fundamentals of Christianityogoei-hwtlth arm convictions and beliefs fe- 13" L-1 world. able not only to defend the faith but t a he may gg out mm the modem A Dractlcal way to modem rob Q 0 P1'0D21g3te It and apply it in a ff S . 1 f D lem- and needs. , ' I pecia eat f - hd Blble Term in -Tanllgdgr Zndhliegigie Dep??tme"t.WQ"k for the rear were a Special i gg? .q:il1iSt?KI'S, Week at the close tfF"f1'fi2t'1SS'ci1i' tleanagli' is Special instructor' and ' X mis ers' ' k Y 9 rm, e ruary 1-1-17, 1923, continued amisallgfls Stgelgaiuflcgzslskfuli :End has met with wide endorsement. It Wilirll: Erb, S. M. Kana8'Y, Walter Yoiigr carndhii mire S' F- Coffman' D' D' Miller' Paul ,9 5,1 the central states attended. Y ' " - - Yoder. About fifty ministers from Q ' H. s. Bender. f 3:1 ff "'c Sidi ffffffffffffffff , j lc' " 'oo 'faeee .. . , , 19.1, fffffffffffffffzffffffpze.vffffffyfyy,Z,4 1 J , if Pllge' Sfrfy-one L4ctt,a,,' ," ' 1 13553111 V ff ffgcfg f-.5if4f.4f,f,,Lf ' , G E , , i f2WVY?77fW77Vf7WV7fQ ff f f 1 - 7 fy' f f X if Svpeual iglhle Ulerm 13 7, . If if S lf fi ...gt If 4 I 4 if Q , if Q s. M. Kanagy, M.A. .4 Z: P Pearl Klopfenstein fMrs.j Miller, M. A. I' f , .,... g " as 1 :if .E L 4 9 X X X 7 fr 37 41 7 541' Q X X 4 X X' ' ' f, ' K , lf' f ffi f ' I X f f ff J -X 1, X 7 X 4, Q 22 will 'f pi' 'f I A if f J , ,ff , lf f X , . f . ff fi! ng lgj my, 'f ,fl Z '75 Back Row-Troyer, North, Reedy, G. Yoder, Hartzler, Hartman. ' 5 X X A4 X 7 X Front Ron'-Davidhizar, Hostetler, Ebersole, Horst, M. Yoder, Eberly, Litwiler, fi Hartzler, Good. j X Ui SPECIAL TERM ROLL 17 If Ada Burkhart ........ ..................................... E lizabethtown, Pennsylvania 1 Bertha Davidhizar .... ................. W akarusa, Indiana gf fl!! Esther Eberly ............ ............., D alton, Ohio Magdalene Ebersole ...... .......,... K alona, Iowa Esther Good ............ ...... H opedale, Illinois ip Glenn Hartman .... ............. G oshen, Indiana ,if Mahlon Hartzler ...... ............. , Wakarusa, Indiana Q1 Dorcas Horst ........... ...... W hite Cloud, Michigan I7 pfij Dora Hostetler ........... ........ M iddlebury, Indiana if . fit Margaret Hostetler ..... ............ E lkhart, Indiana ii Esther Litwiler ....... . . ............ Delavan, Illinois if jg Samuel Miller ..... .... W alnut Creek, Ohio I ii Homer North .,,,, ...... N appanee, Indiana jj fji Orlin Reedy ..... ............... C ullom, Illinois if 'ji Ora Troyer ...... ................... M io, Michigan ' Glen Yoder ,...... ....... S hipshewana, Indiana gp J Mabel Yoder .... ....................................... O rrville, Ohio pg Q .. - ,, ,,,,. ., ., ,,,,., . I riff i ffiofj av'ffffffxf,ff7, 716 -' ' ii. Q "'. M029IVffffffffniffffffffffffyffff fffffffffffffblg Page Sirty-two rfffff7f7222222722222222222222722222222244232,fkkiikkjikkkkkikkkfliif2222 'PQQZZ f 1 1 7 HD 1 5 f Y if f v, X lf X I f 4 aff X 1? The fllbristian life Qtunierznce The second Christian Life Conference of Goshen College was held February 17 to 19. The first conference was held in 1927 and it was generally felt at that time that the spiritual possibilities of this type of meeting were sutliciently great to war- rant another conference this year. This year's meeting has not been a disappoint- ment and it is hoped that the Christian Life Conference will be an annual event for some time to come. The Conference was in charge of the moderator, 'Bishop O. N. Johns of the Beech Church near Canton, Ohio. Harold S. Bender of the College served as as- sistant moderator. Irvin E. Burkhart of the class of 1926, a student at the Southern Baptist Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky, had charge of the devotionals in all of the sessions. Walter E. Yoder of Washington, Illinois, led the congregational singing, and the College Choruses under the direction of B. F. Hartzler furnished special music at all of the evening D1'0E1'2mS. In each session the discussions were directed toward a central theme. The theme of the first session, Friday evening, was "The Abundant Life." President S. C. Yoder of the College spoke on "The Abundant Life, the Purpose of Christ," after which Abram J. Metzler of Masontown, Pa., spoke on "A Life of Whole-hearted De- votion to Christ." In both of these talks the ideal of a deep and rich Christian ex- perience and of a life consecrated to the Master was held up. On Saturday afternoon the central theme was "Fellowship," I. E. Burkhart spoke on the theme "The Need for' Fellowship," and C. L. Graber, of Goshen on "Christian Altruismf' A. J. Metzler spoke on "Building for the Future," this subject having originally been placed on the evening program. The speakers of the afternoon appealed to the Christian brotherhood to work together unitedly in the spirit of love people of the the problems In the Young People and the Future." H. S. Bender spoke on "The Mennonite Church, Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow," and S. F. Coffman of Vineland, Ontario, on "Workers Together with God." The work of the Mennonite Church in the past was reviewed. Her triumphs and her defeats were pointed out, attention was called to her achievements and her failures. Young and old were admonished to build upon what the past has accomplished, working together in the Spirit of Christ, and ac- complishing the Work which God has for us to do. and forbearance. We must make sacrifices for each other. The young Church and the older people must learn to know each other and solve of the Church together. evening, the theme was much the same with special emphasis on "The A. J. Steiner of North Lima, Ohio, preached the Sunday morning sermon on "Giving God a Chance in Our Lives," pointing out that the Christian must avail him- self of every opportunity for letting God speak to his soul, thus being led to a deeper Christian experience. The theme for Sunday afternoon was a doctrinal one. "Things Most Surely Believed." Noah Oyer, Dean of the College, spoke on "The Meaning of Faith," S. F. Coffman on "The Salvation Which is in Christ Jesus," and A. C. Good of Sterling, Illinois, on "The Christian's Walk." The iinal session of the Conference was devoted to the theme of "Christian Service." C. F. Yake of Scottdale, Pa., led a Fellowship Hour at six o'clock on the subject "How Shall I Serve?" The regular evening meeting followed this with two talksg one by O. N. Johns on "The Supreme Motive for Service," and another by Paul. Erb of Hesston College on "The Unfinished Task." The Christian with a genuine experience could not fail to have been stirred by these talks to enlist in the great cause of Christian service. G. F. Hershberger. I V ff 7 7 7 ff ff 7 ff if 17 'f 'X ' f 4 3 4 l 9 X Z 2 X X 7 M ' f . v X I 4 ' 1 .V O fl 'iffkyfyzg Page S ixty-three ! , f A If ff GQ J 1 f i.4,5,:f,a ffA:,-'f.4f,'!D5,fff!fe,5-cf ffm-if f'4:,5:ff,'.f 4-,c.ff,f.g,g,iyf,'fm- 'Jw fJ,+1Esgfff+g,f.f, ' f ,f "1 ' A ,,,A, fi I l 5 . L f 1 5 . if ii j f fi! f i X f w Q. . ' if fb ' 'wi . 'Zi f f . N if X! If .A 'N ,J tiff i - Qi Q , . 'fa -'Q 5' .1-' I fff "Nfl" ' :V lw A if gf, f 1' , 'f " Y ..,,Y ' 1, f , 72 . fy 7: 77 iii 1 C X ff fi A fl 7' iQ it l 24 X . Q7 ff ifi f X -A 1751 if Z '4 A 'Q 7 iii First Row-M. Hoke, L. Eash, E. Mast, R. Folker, M. Fretz. X4 Second Row-E. Kauffman, E. Long, K. Troyer, I. Slagel, V. Judson. ff' id .LY ROLL W Rornayne Folker ....... ..,........,....... .,... G o shen, Indiana 1, Vera Jane Judson ..... ...., B ristol, Indiana Q 1 11, Katie Troyer .,..,....... ..... A mboy, Indiana I ii Edna Long ............. ....... G oshen, Indiana glpil xfjl Emily Kauffman .... .......... G oshen, Indiana , 5 3,5 Mary Fretz ,..,.,...,.,.., Markham, Ontario 5 Q fjl Irene Slagel .......,......,.... ....... F lanagan, Illinois 1125 Wilbur Huneryager ...... .... W akarusa, Indiana Q4 jig! Elmer Mast ......,...... ..... E lkhart, Indiana igl "Qi Louella Eash ,,r.,,.,., ..... G oshen, Indiana ng Kathryn Schuster .,,.. .....,. G oshen, Indiana Eg Ethyle Woods ...... ....... G oshen, Indiana ,gg Leora Gallert .... Kalamazoo, Michigan 1,4 I Mildred Hoke U-, r,.r. .......... G oshen, Indiana if :ig Kin. .....f... .. ......,.. ,,,,,,, ,,,, . ,.., , , ,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,, , , Qi ' 17 ,c7fffffVff ff fro91Vfffffffffffffflelgovfxffffffffffffn Vfyfnyfffy ffffncyffffnqi Page Sixty-four z.Qe.fff.44ee.f.f..44.1eer4z.eefr4ff ff ff ---- T ---- e--- ie- ---- ..rf--- 'ffnifzfffffff-j ff ,' ..... A? Wwfwfwffwfwfffg X 1 f f 4 The Young People's Christian Association, composed of the Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A., is a student organization which provides for most of the religious and 2 . .Qt Q. 192711928 7 3 4 f f f 1 f,, fi social activities on the campus. Inasmuch as the Christian religion plays a big part f. in the life and activities of Goshen College-the primary reason for the institutiorfs f , existence being that of Christianity as understood by the Mennonite Church-the f. Y. P. C. A. is considered the most important organization on the campus. X . . . 71 Its aims as outlined in the constitution are: 7, ill To lead students to faith in God through Jesus Christ. yj 120 To lead them into membership and service in the Christian Church. f f3l To promote their growth in Christian faith and character, especially through QQ prayer and the study of the 'Bible, and to stimulate a well rounded development of mind ff and body. Q. Q41-' To promote a positive moral and religious college spirit. Q' Q53 To develop and foster a strong missionary interest. 4: Membership is open to all members of evangelical churches and an attempt is made af to enroll all such students. In order to better carry on the work of the association, the organization is 4, divided into two parts, one for the women and one for the men. The two divisions work 4: together on all projects of general interest. Both are alike in organization. The work . of each association is carried on by the following committees: Devotional, Bible Study, f . . . . 41 Mission Study, Extension, Social, Membership, Finance and Employment. The chair- 4: men of these committees form the cabinet. fi The Devotional committees provide for a meeting each Thursday afternoon after ,jj the last class period. This meeting is for all students, as well as faculty members, and all were urged to attend. About sixteen sectional and sixteen conjoint meetings were .1 . . fr held. The sectional meetings were often of the open discussion nature, and these as well ff, ais time conjoint meetings proved an inspiration and help to all who availed themselves jf' o t e opportunity o attending. The attendance was usually quite good. Z, i The P. C. A. endeavors to uphold high social standards. 'Besides the various fi socials provided by classes and literary societies, the Y. P. C. A. arranges for several f , throughout the year, the primary ones being the get-acquainted socials at the be- Z . . Qi ginnmg of the school year and after the Christmas vacation. Some money was also 4. expended this year in furnishing and redecorating the men's social room. K, The year was closed with a surplus in the treasury. The annual drive conducted Z: by the Finance Committee was a big success, the total amount pledged being about 7, 53800. A considerable portion of this, however, was pledged by faculty members and fi affeglv oglasidetfneridg present vsliho pledged for a three year period under the provisions f, o e uca 1ona oar 's En owment Program. y, 4, The year on the whole has been a successful one. Looking back, we see places fi where improvement could have been made. Though not every student has fully met the challenge to give his all to Christ, the Y. P. C. A. has earnestly endeavored to pre- 43 sent this challenge. We are grateful for the blessing of God upon the work of the year. fj Willard H. Smith. X f X 4 X f 6: Vi 4: f ,V ,, y 0, iff if .,,, I, ' X ,X ,X .41 , f I f gf 2 7 Z Zi 9 , f 21 ? 1 ..... as ..... ..... ..... . . as .... ........ C, ,,.,.,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , . . . . f 6VffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffkZ82VffffffffffffffffffffffffffX!f'ff'.fffkfffff K6 Page Sixty-five ,f.-ee. X ',1g,f:ff,'1.-4-4.ff,f,g1g,:,-ff.f,f,++,,gf 'e.I3:fff'ffH9,.1.fff,-4-.Mfff f f fmawf. f 'ffA+,f1 ff-5,-4 145,153 f-55,4-1 Q?2'L',?,57f.f'7V?757fff4W177 gwf-4 frflflfzgmmdf A 113 L4 FZ' A Ei QW'7WfWZEZ77W77li77!l77Z INF, ,,,,, ,.,.,. ,,,., . , .. ,,,,, ,.....,. Y .,... .....,..... . .. .. ..., f fff 7' ,f,f ff, f f, ffm ff ,, ff fi fl' 1 1 ,J -X, If it ffy. i i 4 I , yi i 1 i I fy ,, 419. E. 625.9 2 ff ff Q 4 My ,U iff 0 I X l' Slmzding-Fyrne Miller, Beatrice Hershey, Ruth V. Yoder, Dula Roth, Esther Lein- l W inger, Mary Fretz, Leahbelle Smucker. f f Smtefl-Ma1'y Royer, Verna Graber, Pearl Detweiler. ,ji V Verna Graber ...,.,. f Mary Royer ........... H 4 i A, r L' ' IM 'V if Beatrice Hershey ....,.. if Ruth V. Yoder ..... ii Fyrne Miner ......, . ji 1 Esther Leininger .,... 'Qi 4 Dula Roth ............. M- Leahbelle Srnucker ly, fi ff, 4. ,!. " 1 Pearl Detweiler ...... . Mary Fretz , ..,......,..,. CABINET ...,.....President .........Secretary .,.......Treasurer ......,...Dev0tional ....,.........'Bible Study Mission Study ,..........Membership ........Extension ................Social ...Employment ' A V111 ,fi ,,f . F 1 ,I V4 .ffl 'x gl iiri fi' Ly' fZJ'z,fir,f, f 5lfk,2Z4?2f?ASf2gQ5MX222fQfQ7fQf7Z?QL7kL?222Zl?222,5Zf?2?2f2:i 1 Qi fi i pi 4 ff f, f 0 I ,Vi 1 , 4 X f f A 2 X 64 VI 54 ,gf f 4 5 5 f K Q fi fl I A 2 592 J 4 ,fi 1 L4 V1 of if fi f f 4 ff if f, 7 X 4 ff 7 2 Z 4 Q Page Simny-six 1 1 1 1 1 i If A l 1 f I I is 4 i ' ' ' ' ffffilji f-f4!f'!Ajjjf1'f.-C-4-4-115' ' 17153414 . ff-H-H, ','!4jf.',1 ',,-H-1 U,-+11-1 1 ' ,eww f 'L' ' -i A JI-+A sf J , ff iff 13 f ' 4 7, 4 1 1 ' O 0 O ff 1 31111 an Q 7 so M ooooooo so P! cc, if ,. ,fi QV V41 1 1 Vi, ix ,iff 71 A , .A ii ff' Q li 'f , f' Ei' ' f , y,4 'Xe ,im i ' iii ff 'ff 1 f Sfrmding-Tilman Smith, Forrest Kanagy, E. J, Camp, Amasa Kauffman, Chauncey 'V Smucker, Leroy Hostetler, Howard Musselman, X SPvflfGfI-F. S. Mai-fin, W. H. Smith, Samuel Yoder. 11 CABINET , 721 W. H. Smith ...... .,.......,............ ......... P r esident ' Samuel Yoder ....A ...,.... S ecretary Hi 1 F. S. Martin ......... ........ T reasurer 1 Q ,"' xi Amasa Kauifman ..... .,........ D evotional ii! f fi, E. J. Camp ............. .......... B ible Study if , ff Chauncey Smucker Mission Study J 'ip Leroy Hostetler ....,. ....... M embership fl ', Tilman Smith ............. ........ E xtension ,ii 1 1 , I r 4 Howard Musselman ................ Social ii ui 3, Forrest Kanagy ..., .,.. E mployment I gf i 115' 5 1 i I ,cz i 5 Q3f3rfffff1f1iWfffffffffffwfffffkfkkhkkkk27,3744Z3AM2?Z!f2ff2X22222Z,QjgQfy 4 1 ' V ' A34 Page Sirty-sevmz ff,-gggfffcgcrff ff! If ff! If f-gg:fffg5,ifff,4-55 ff-,iff f f A3 i . JI-4 ii E .WW A i . . . . ,?'?2fW7WfWYWVfWWW Uribe Qtbristian Workers' 3331171 President-Tilman Smith Secretary-Mary Royer The Christian Workers' Band has as its aims the following: 1. To encourage a deep missionary spirit. 2. To cause every Christian student, in deciding his or her life work, to face the call to home and foreign missions. 3. To study the qualifications of successful workers. 4. To seek to have students, after the above consideration, to definitely volun- teer for some special phase of Christian work. According to the constitution, any student may be a member of the 'Band who desires to study prayerfully and sincerely the problems of both home and foreign mis- sion fields, and also any student who has decided upon some specific line of Christian Work. The Band met this year on Saturday evenings from six forty-five to seven forty- five. The attendance averaged around sixty. The missionary correspondence of the Band which was begun last year has been continued with helpful results. Band members agreed to write to our foreign mission- aries, to inquire about their work, and to assure them of our interest and prayers. The personal letters received in return have been read at the meetings and have brought the missionaries and their work closer to us as students. One meeting was spent al- most entirely in reading letters from India and South America, and in prayer remem- bering the requests made. On several evenings, speakers from outside the Band were with us. President Yoder, Secretary of the Mission Board, gave two illustrated lectures on Home Missions -one on the possibilities for missionary work in the Central American States and another on the Southern Highlands. Professor 'Bender gave an illustrated lecture on "Switzerland," showing some of the Swiss Mennonites and their homes. Brother Ralph Smucker, missionary on furlough from India, spoke at one meeting on "India's Contri- butions to the Culture of the World." Brother A. H. Lehman from Moody 'Bible In- stitute addressed us on "The Soul Winner's Personal Qualifications." Some of the most helpful meetings of the year were informal chain discussions on the subjects "What Christian Workers' Band has Done for Me," and "What I Have Received from the Christian Life Conference." A ' Mary Royer. foreign Volunteer iganh For those students interested in the foreign mission program of our church, Goshen College has an organization known as the Student Volunteer Band. The Band receives as its members those students who have definitely dedicated their lives for missionary service in the foreign field and who are willing to be used in the place chosen by God, wherever that may be. The general program of the Foreign Volunteer 'Band is broad. Its purpose in- volves three things, which means that this group of students is to be a living force in the dissemination of proper missionary interest among the student body. The first duty is toward the volunteer who has made the specific consecration of his life in the service of God on the foreign Held wherever the spirit of God might have led him. By association and prayer, the life purpose of these individuals is to be kept active and alive to the direction of the Holy Spirit. The next step of the voluntec ' is to obtain intelligent information concerning the needs of the field, qualifications necessary for the missionary, and methods of qualify- ff f7Afz,ff7Af!2,!9fZ?Om Okfkkkfkfkkkkfa 2.83Viikififlfkikihh71272222222222fffffffA4 Page Sixty-eight -Ldsesffreasefffeeffffeafdfffrgafff ll ll ' fff f fn ffffe.:e1'fff+e1:fffffgf-jlfff-fy fnainifewi ff !W77 7 77Wl7WWl? AEE E M752 ZWZWZWXZXQ1 FX wfffw X H ,,,,, or r or r 4 f f ing himself for that particular service. For this purpose the band chooses some book relative to the need and makes a careful study of that particular field. Either China, Africa, India, Japan, or Latin America are studied intensively. Most of the recent foreign missionary literature presents the material in such a way as to point out the qualifications necessary and methods of qualifying for such work. The proper at- titudes necessary in the volunteer student are revealed in such a study. Usually once a year, a member of our Foreign Missions Committee gives a special talk on this aspect of preparation. The last thing relative to the purpose of the Band relates itself indirectly to the entire student body. It is to provoke thought relative to missionary work among the Christian students. The Volunteer Band is not a secret organization. The con- straining love of Christ must be at work among the students when individuals are responsible for the evangelization of the world as Christ's universal program. The Band is responsible for interesting others in foreign missions. This can be done by giving public programs, stimulating interest through getting missionary literature in the hands of the students, and making the Weekly meetings a center where interested students will come for intelligent information. The -Band must be more than an in- fiuence, it must be a living force for Christ on the college campus. This past year, 1927-28, has been exceptional. We have had four returned mis- sionaries from India in our group. Brother Ralph Smucker led the weekly meetings during the first half of the year. We chose to study a book entitled, "Building With India." Our missionary students were in a position to present the Oriental people to our Band. In this way the book presents India from a missionary edu-cator's point of view. India is the wonderful land which is moving forward so rapidly into larger and more intimate relations with the world of our day. We are interested in her problems, aspirations, and accomplishments. A vital relationship exists between the home church and the foreign church. The progress and success of the one depends to a large ex- tent upon the interest taken in the other. A single thread unites the home and foreign work. Christ is in the center of all the work. Our duty is to direct all individuals toward that one goal-Christ. Mary Fretz. Zlntersucietp Cltnuncil The Intersociety Council is composed of representatives from each of the four college literary societies. These representatives effect a permanent organization con- sisting of a president and secretary. The functions of the organization are varied. It acts as a clearing house for all intersociety difficulties, which may arise or present problems. These difficulties are met by the Council on the basis of a rigid code of rules previously adopted by the societies. Besides the function of a court, this council meets in cooperation with a committee of the Faculty and arranges for four public literary programs each year. This particular function of the Council is performed on the second Monday after the beginning of each semester. A word might be said about the code of laws which regulate the activities of each society. The intersociety laws provide for the establishment of the Council and name its procedure. They regulate the solicitation for membership at the beginning of each year. This point is the one which most frequently calls for a hearing of the Inter- society Council. The code further provides for the combining of societies in the public programs. This organization has, as on other campuses, been found an important organiza- tion in the regulating and adjusting of intersociety relations and activities. Milton Smith. r fffffffkiikkkkkkkhkkkffkkkikkkkz277727544292,VkkkkiflkikkkkkikikiijzkifffY' 512222 7 no AQ Page Sixty-nine The Students' Library Association functions mainly through its book committee, whose business it is to choose books to be added to the college library, and pay for them with the funds at their disposal. Every student who is a member of one of the school literary societies is also a member of the Library Association. The funds with which the association carries on its work are drawn from the literary societies which give a certain per cent of their regular fees for the use of the 'Book Committee. All faculty members have the privilege of suggesting books to the book committee, which they wish to see added to the library, and thus none of the departments of the College are neglected. The association has been functioning for a long period of years and the accessions made possible through its efforts are by no means negligible. Of the nine thousand books which are now in our college library sixteen hundred and thirty-five were given by the association. Sixty of these were added during the past year. The funds avail- able for the work this year approximated one hundred thirty dollars. Our college library is growing and the Students' Library Association has con- tributed its part in making our library grow in total number of volumes as well as in quality. The Work of the Association helps to make the interest in choosing books more NNE Xx XX si .st .SX is -S ish mawaffzaso :erase :Qc oo.:fD4:" E""2'5"" -Xx EQHQOE. Hg-img -Y si :3.Ef99:15 E E'EWl-gm RX SSS Si S3 wi?-2225. U1 gs msmeeafae .-. si 35:2 2 :aiiig 3 'GQ 3 if ii icuii ' as . if-i EE 5 E: 5 F" 2 if 5052 535' i if 5055 EOF! 3 si 2522 522: :Q EQ :mp-g tis fs cn. fm 5555.2 552. U1 :X esmsstv amii. Q ..Q: : P1 :Og g: . 25.222 52. 1 I If ' H1 I ' h sggisesv as-:QE fi fs. ca sm 5 1: . sz as-5-det mess? 5 'Q 3 mb' 51392575 I gg 01535 'D mir. U1 :Qs QQEHQEA 55w5U'3 'XX Fiigmflom Smog? D"m'.:1i3?T'I3 I3"I3'C5l3"D" .SX :Qs -is gg Nl ISN in . .... X xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxi XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXYXXX ff vital and also stimulates judgment in making worthwhile choices of reading material. ' X , fi,f ,K uf, 'f f Prof f. Tilman Smith. I l lecture Cltnmmittez 1 S. W. Witmer .......,..... H1 S9 O E C? '41 XXXXXXQQXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 51 Pres. S. C. Yoder ........ ........ , Faculty j vii Prof. H. S. Bender .......... ........ F aculty Z fa" Prof. Edward Yoder ........ Faculty QQ Prof. John S. Umble ........ ..,,,,., F aculty fi Verna Graber .......... ....... V esperian if fi Dorcas Yoder ...... ,............ A von if E. J. Camp ...... ......... A urora fi Paul Horsch .................,...................,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,.,,,,, Adelphian G- F- Price ..................................................,................ .................... H omerian ' The Lecture Committee is made up of the chairman, Professor Witmer, and Q a representative from each of the literary societies. This committee, with the aid Q and advice from the faculty lecture committee, has charge of selecting the best talent f available for the year's lectures. It is felt that such a course is an extension of 4 literary work as well as an opportunity for the people of the college community. The 5 Lecture Committee also has charge of publicity and ticket sales. The city was can- f vassed and a considerable number of people attended the lectures this year. Z Z 7 ff!!! XXXXKXXXXXXX4 'ffl' X 47.1ff4771!l02,80YA'7fXf7f7f!f!!!A7!7!A7!!7!XXXXXXXXXXXXXAQ Page Seventy 1155555165511 .... .--- ..-.- .-.- .... .... .... - . .. .-.-- ..-- .... ...- ..- f '- "-'L T '14 .-: . .K "" . , . . , ,I , , - , f ZW7 VW? W 7 7751 7 Mmm . . . . Q L- " , .?li'7.iffj557ZWfWf7f5W7W755 5 5 The .purpose of the Lecture Committee is to arrange a program of lectures that is literary and educational, as well as entertaining. The course this year, with the loyal support of the student body and college community, has been successful in every way. Six lectures were offered, as follows: "Alaska" by Edgar C. Raine. This was an illustrated travelogue through Alaska. "An Evening with the Stars," by Professor B. R. Baumgardt. This lecture was also illustrated with remarkable stereopticon slides of the heavenly bodies. "Slow Smoke," by Lew Sarett was an inspiring nature lecture by a man who is both a woodsman and a poet. "Bobby Burns," by Albert Stump. The lecturer interpreted the life of this in- teresting Scotch poet by reading from his poetry. "Vivid Stories of Animal Life," by George F. Morse. Mr. Morse is a noted zool- ogist, and gave these thrilling and interesting stories of animals from his own personal experience. "Ultimate America," by Frederick V. Fisher. This lecture was illustrated with extraordinarily beautiful views from the American Southwest. Dorcas Yoder. Goshen Clllullsgz Quhuhnn Society President ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,rr,.,,,,,,.,,,........,.,,,....,..,.,,.,,......,.... Howard Musselman Vice President ..,... ..................... A da Lapp Secretary ...,.....,... ......... R uth V. Yoder Treasurer ,,...,.,..........,,,,,....................,.................,................ Pearl Detweiler Growth of interest in the Goshen College Audubon Society of 1927-28 has bccn evidenced by a large increase of membership over the preceding year. The aim this year has been to stimulate interest in bird study and to better appreciate bird life. Lit- erature is available to further interest and to bring in new information. The work of the club has been varied including field trips, special meetings and individual study. Addresses on bird study were given as well as illustrated lectures, showing birds in their native haunts. Contests were staged to stimulate individual work. The Society has proved iwelf awake and working. Some of the individual lists numbered one hundred ten identified birds. One member of the Society does official banding of birds and the results he has obtained have been exceptional and have cer- tainly proved interesting. As a result of the wide interest shown and the work accomplished our feathered friends on the campus have grown larger in number. The Society has had a very suc- cessful and profitable year and is looking forward to the next season. Ruth V. Yoder. is . v i lk' rffffffffffflkkkkkikkkkkkkkkkkkkk525kk55A6285V55552f5!25X52555f7555455555 3555522455575 Z 4 4 4 X X , If X 5 5 5 5 ,X 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 ff 5 X X X 5 X 4 X 4 4 X Z 4 X X 4 4 5 5 Z 5 5 1 4 5 5 5 K 5 5 5 5 5 Z 5 .Q 4 59 , , , Z ff' 45 ,, 5 5 4 5 5 5 5 Q Q Page Seventy-one 1 , 1 1 f Aw .4 1 1 .H ,Li 3, ,. , r X, I, f iff ffm-ee',f'fD5,f-!!,fgg,f,:L:"f'.1aA-41ff-g,f,-,,'ffA-4-4Jf,f,f,f,:4:ffff4fgff1-,f,:3:fffffLf-,4fff+4.4fff,4:f:f gin: 'H f A f f f , 1 1 If 1 igaffffffefm VYWWWMWL991'ff477"77f9ADM A jp II ,E L4 E A fl, ,. ,.,,,, .... ,... , ..,. ,.......,..,.,,, ff ff it l Qhelpblan literary if f ,f V ' X fm, ty Zf If ff ff ma 7 1 LO f f if AQ 0 7 ff , '4 ,ff iQ ,, , . fx U21 ,-Nfl 2, iff fig '54 1 . ' '1 A V ,fl if 'fm 1" 'fy ,, '1- , W . 1 3: 1 ffl 4 I 'L' 1. if ' , A 0,7 i mf ,. 3 -, 5 2' 2 uf flu Yi 1" 2? A ,QT M- 4 . A , "tg f Q f 1 Off ' 175 fi EH i jf i 4 I , First Row-Diephuis. M. Smith, L. J. Martin, Eberly, E. Hostetler. 1 Second Row-Lehman, Kauffman, F. S. Martin, M. Smucker, Myers. ' ,N Tizird Row-C. Smucker, Long, I. Roth, Horsch, W. Smith. A 141' Fozrrtlz Row-Graybill, Brunk, T, Smith, Ebersole, O. Yoder. Q MQ' Fifth. Row-Kanagy, Kreirler, Byler, R. Yoder, Blough. f 1' Bottom Row-Keiser, Raber, Herner, Schertz, Good, . AV 3 jf ff fffffff f ' A'." ff U41ff'fw2,QerAxfnffffffff,ff,f,wyrf,g4fy, y af, ,zfffpqfg Page Seventy-tu'n 1 ff, i ,f i f f L4d:f,5 ui,-gff!:g,1Dff!n3,55ff,4-A-4f!ff:,-3:ff nr.-4-Mfr ffm-6,411 fff4,,g,g.f,f,f:,c.-.ff f .f , 1 ff,-'.f,ff4+1ff,4-H+ f ,V ' ?'2W777W7Wf?fWf7Wf?iD3gfif,,A-mb i ,, A If-A 'fi gg W l 1' A51 Y 'VC f , X' f fx, r I ' gf W esperlan lluterarp 71 A, - fm X , ,Hi 1 iz M A, ,Xi fi V 2 Zi fm X' 564 151 ff, xi! A 23' H ' if. 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Bender, Musselman. i4 a M.. ,,, :Z Ciilff OV 'fW2ff'1'ffffL4f 'ff'f'lf f fffrffff if afffkyk2fQQr7ff2nQfQ72727,?AZQflhyi Oz. 0 22 Page Seventy-four 1 V 1 1 fl f, qu ,l I A ' 1 ' x I V V , L f 'f 41 V f , f f ' ' ',.fI,.4ff f f 11,55 1: ' iff?-v-Hl1'f.' ' ',ff'fLvLAw. ,+H1.-ef,".,-vrj Lg+.fv-411' 'YM ff ' ff' r,4,1 ,g ' fmweef59f'ffffwoffMrLiLfwf fe5fe'fe'QMA"TQ1 LEM 11.4 E3 A ff" wi f e WP?" 7 I , E - , 7 1 v 1, Qhun literary 15 1 f , , fi ' 4, 7 L 1 f X o ,9, Qi' 1K A 7' 1 A o 'fl if 7' " e 41 1 Z2 'f ,f fy ,ff A , NA if! 15 eg .f ' f ' X , " 'f 14 5 f , 1 jj ,M of wi, ff fig f? 1' Ai. . 31 7, gf V J f .N f - Tff 1,ff 252 Z1 N ,Q V, gs N J "1 , ,V , ,AI ff? M3 'M UF f H , f aio ki Xl f ,f .7 if ' W C EQ eg? First Row-Smith, H. Brenneman, Miller, Esch, Judson. 'Qi ,ff Second Row-Schertz, Cook, Welty, Leinbach. ,ed 71 Third Row-D. Hershberger, Eash, Camp, K. Yoder, Fretz. jflfif Fourth, Row-Roth. A. Brenneman, Nafziger, Aeby, M. Yoder. ,4 'J Fifth Row-B. Hershberger, Zook, Adams, Hershey, Horner. ' V Bofto-m Row-Fl. Rrenneman. B. Brenneman, D. Yoder, Ebersole, Honderich. f X1 . , . V . .,,,. ,,.,,,, . , , , . . , , , 1 dr 4 :yy Y'wyffffffffffyxfjfyfxfifffffKf!!f!ZbZgaVf7fff7!1'yjf'y!f?hL' vz77f1f!f7,Xj, ' ff f o '4fff2,4Q Page Scucntb-hun Lagnfm X-'+A f!EfEf:,f!!,!gf,f!.ffFf4!!f-E15:f!!A-4+Jff4,-i1:f!f '.-... TJ. . Q.-. 4:,.- .... AL..-- ff35ffff,4-A4 ff:,5:,-rf,fD5:,ff,-1':g:,4J f A4 ff ffwygggffffgfgfygfgggngomm AD M23 IRT F' QWYWWWWWXWMXWMMW X , ,,,,,, H I ,V,, , ,,,,,, ... 5 f f X iiaumeruan llterarp Mildred Weldy Freda Hertzler Hilda Byler Dorothy Smith Homer Hershberger Mary Roth Velma Hershberger Floyd Moore Eliza Brenneman John Hartzler Una Ciressman ROLL Edna Amstutz Ivan Martin Frances Christophel Anna Weaver Bertha Nohejl Elma Bixler Elam Zimmerly G. F. Price Helen Long Irene Slagel LaVerne Yoder Lee Kauffman Mary Widmer Ethel Sinclair Mabel Summer Lydia Hershberger Ruby Yontz Carl Metzler Mark Roth Alta Steiner Nora Stalter Willard Jacobs Bertha Butte f f 112222 G34?pf?7,?:?Z?Q inC624f7,Qf?A42,83VffiiiffffkdkfbVXYQXQQQXQZ,ffffffffffffml Inge Seventy-six 1 vi .il 1 Lqrff. ffufc.-gffcgnf-!ffgD55f!.4-.1.-4ff,-gg!.fA4-Hu',ff,:g:f:ffff.4+,wf',fhL.5:fff,fff,g,v. ffw+,ffff1,i,' f ave- ,fa-H vases. f,f.4-ff ,f.fi,5+ +1gfD.4.1 f W ii444if44fii4Kf 5 544 s QM A DLE. s a HL. EJ. Eff ,ei r af .'f72fXWfi'f2ffffw?fZ Q 12 , , 12 nrmltnrp Cltnuncll af f ,C I7 If 34 , X, IC' W7 i 4 i!T4 .6 , ,j . ,X 7. if ff i6 if -4 .ff ' f 6 W Stunfling-Musselman, Yoder, Lehman, Burkholrler, W. Smith, Hershberger, Hallman, Hostetler, Horsch. ff Seated--T. Smith, Smucker, Myers. President .............................. ....... C hauncey Smucker :fl Secretary .................,.................,...............,,..............,,,.......,..,..... Ralph Myers I g, Member-at-large ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,e,,,,,,,,,,,le,e,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,l,,,,, Tilman Smith f-5 i The Men's Dormitory Association is an organization of the upper classmen established for the purpose of cooperating with the administration in maintaining good conduct among the men students rooming in East Hall and nearby rooming houses, and, 1 ff in encouraging a spirit of good will among all men. f f' During the first part of the school year, Dean Oyer called a meeting of the upper fa classmen. The work of the previous year was discussed. It was decided that the or- ganization was a great improvement over the old system of hall management which was used in past years. Officers were then elected for the coming year. j? 1 The Work of the organization is carried on by representatives of the upper class- , j men. The President, Secretary, member-at-large, and one representative from each of ' 'Q the sections of East Hall, and from the nearby rooming houses form the Dormitory E54 Council. This council meets monthly, if necessary, to consider and act upon the various matters that arise in connection with student conduct in East Hall and other placesg jf f and also to discuss the matters which concern the men in general. ll 3. Several socials for the men were arranged and also meetings were held where V5 subjects which concerned the men were discussed. The association has been reasonably successful in carrying out its purpose. The 1 'Z men have been made to feel that the success of the organization. depends upon the ,f cooperation of every man. It is in reality an honor system of government and the men in most cases have taken their responsibility seriously, endeavoring to make the work of the organization a success, Chauncey Smucker. 152 1? EZ lf ff!XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXfffffffffflfkffffflefiygeI7fYf!f72fO7if7f'Zifi'Q1l4'i2L1Ali A' H 22146 r Page Seventy-seven Lzgig, f ,I,ffxf:,gEgff,gi4,fff41r,4ff5:,5:,'ffA+Ar.ff.f,:,5:fff f f.f4:f,s5fff ff -... ,,L..-. ---- -... - -.- --- f f ff 'ff fWW77'7Vfd?M A E3 .A....,. n. QW7W7WWW7WffWVfW 7 i2 f X Science Qllluh 7 - f Presldenf, ,.,-.4,..,,,---, ....................,. F . S. Martin X Vice President ,,,,,. ......... H oward Musselman X X Secretary .,,,.,-.,,,,,,,,,,, ................ P 3.111 Horsch X Treasurer ,vA4.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, .................. C '6Cll Belldel' X X Committee Member ..,...............,............-......,...----........ Prof- S- W- Witmef The new organization, the "Science Club of Goshen College," is filling an import- ant place in the student activities of the institution. In previous years there existed similar organizations, such as the Chemical So- ciety, which held regular meetings for a number of years. However, in the past several years no organization of a strictly scientific nature has been formed. In view of this fact a meeting of the advanced students in the biological and physical science depart- ments was called on January 11 of this year to consider the advisability of organizing a Science Club. Thirty students and professors were present at this meeting. F. S. Martin was appointed temporary chairman of the organization, and a committee of three others was chosen to draw up definite plans for the new organization. As set forth in the constitution the purpose of the club is: 111 to provide an or- ganization for the exchange of knowledge relating to the biological and physical sciencesg Q25 to aid its members in preparing and presenting material in a scientific manner, Q35 to unite all those who have a common scientific interest. All students who have completed six semester hours of work in either biological or physical science and who are planning to continue their studies in either of these sciences or who have com- pleted twelve hours are eligible for membership. There is an executive committee com- posed of the president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and one additional member elected by the society. This committee directs all the activities of the organization. The constitution provides for fifteen meetings during the year. These meetings are held on alternate Wednesday evenings. Each member of the club is required to con- tribute at least once in each year a thorough discussion of some subject related to biological or physical science, Abstracts of the discussions are preserved by the or- ganization and filed in the library. Six regular programs were held during the second semester. Glen R. Miller, head of the physical science department, spoke at the first regular meeting on "The Oxidation of Ferrous Sulphateng John Hershberger on "Pranks of Electrons", Dr. A. C. Yoder, a prominent physician and surgeon of Goshen, on "The Great Transformation," a study of the chemistry of digestiong Howard Musselman on "Warblers of Northern Indiana"g Prof. S. W. Witmer, head of the biological science department, on "The Mitochondria of Plant Cells." At the last regular meeting John Burkholder and Fred- erick Brenneman spoke respectively on "Magnetism" and "Synthesis of Rubber." Those instrumental in starting the organization have found that their fondest hopes for it have been surpassed. The membership has increased until we have a total of forty-two members, almost half of whom are women. Unusual interest has been ex- pressed in the meetings not only by members 'of the organization, but also by the rest of the students and members of the Faculty. To add a bit more interest to the organization a banquet was scheduled for May 31 and with so many capable women in the organization it proved to be a com- plete success. F. S. Martin. Qi f LQGZZ 1. 72 'mf ?f,1.i2z 'ikkiggerld Xkkiin 1 7f2Z7Q722f?22,5Q ?222222ffffffA Page Seventy-eight 1 L44,f,5ff,g,g,,g,fffL,g,f,fff.f,55ff4,,:,4ff X fl ll f ,,di,,, V ,, , , , . WWWWMQM , ,,,,, ILA .. ,,. i7'7ZWVZWVYZWYWVYYVVYYW X 1 I I 'Y fi if 7 . 7B ff f I? X : A X , r I r ' K Z: Qlumm Zlssuuatnun if, X 1 f' gf The time soon will be here for another class to leave Goshen College and become 1 1 fi members of our Alumni Association. Graduation means a great deal to young folk :ff ff and I think it should. However, membership in the Alumni Association will also mean more as the years go by. College ideals of necessity are high and they should be, but if the ideas that were obtained at college do not work to the letter when one is out in if! 5: a different environment, that should be no reason for discouragment. lg I 'would suggest that the graduate find out what his new associate thinks and 7' what hsmethod of reasoning is, be that in business, profession or otherwise. If he is jjj ffl able to do this, he will save himself some embarrassment and will be more successful if fi in putting his own ideas across. I always like to say a few words to those who gradu- iyl Qi ate with not the highest scholastic standing, since I have seen so frequently that the 4H student with ordinary intelligence and the love of his work is exceedingly successful :di 7, when he goes out into society. The student with the highest scholastic standing who ff is satisfied to rest upon his oars after graduation is doomed to failure. Competition is ff' fr keen and it is continually becoming more keen. It is a case of survival of the fittest, fi and one will never stay fit, regardless of his preparation, unless he keeps becoming jj ff more proficient in the thing that he was trained to do. X ' . ,x fl I would say for anyone who graduates from Goshen, there are two things nec- QQ essary for SUCCESS. The Hrst is work and then more work, and the second is a J, W' f' deep interest in the thing you are doing. It seems to me that personality and the I gi shortcomings that many of us have can be overcome, after a proper training, by a close X 1 application to our vocation. As I know the graduates from Goshen College, the alumni ZH are just as successful as any from other institutions. The larger our membership be- jf X ' - 1 I comes in years to come, the more we will hear from different ones of the Alumni As- -4 X U sociation. It seems to me that with the definite program that is on foot for Goshen QA 4 A , . ,lf 1 f , Q' the College has the brightest future that she has enjoyed since her inception. CV X, ,V . iff The Mennonite Church which is after all the foremost constituency of Goshen L, ju College is awake to the fact that she needs a standard college of high ideals for her fm Zh young people. I feel that the leaders in the church realize this as they never realized Z1 it before. As the institution becomes older and her ideals become more crystallized, 71 both the alumni and the church will take still more pride in keeping up her traditions. Z' So I would congratulate the graduating class and would say that success is before Q every one of them if they but go and get it. That means effort, diligence, patience, f cheerfulness, and all the other attributes of good character. lg!! f wig, f Dr. S. T. Miller, President of the Alumni Association. I 4 n f lfflv .6 yi Z if Zu :Ita if ...e.f -, - V QB I j, 7 1 X A AU 7 Z X a Y mzffffyyzz2zzzyzzzfffyfffffzfyf22222141MtWyfyzfzzfzg2f2fyyfy,92zzz ,vyfzzfzzfykie Page Se venty-nine 1 ff I ff X fffgjgff.-fn-L-1,f'f ff ff ff! ff ' ff' 'fff f 45635 5:55541 Liiiif WXZWZZZZQZXWXWY7 72523 IEEMXXXE ei A 9WfZZWy Y y7W77ffW f f f 4 1115132 jllilennunnte Jiamstumal Society President .......,, - .... V .. ....,..A ,. ,,.,,v.. M--- .A....... H. S. Bender Vice President .eee, - r...........,.... ,.rrvrrr W illard Smith Secretary rrre............rr .. .....r.. - .,,...rre .....,.i . .. ...e .Silas Hertzler if Treasurer ,s,err......... - ...,.,.........r,,srv......,.,.,.rssr.s Edward Yoder - Librarian .,,.,,i.........rrsr,....,rrrr...,.vv,iiiiiiiisii Y. ....is E. H. Correll 4 The Mennonite Historical Society entered upon its fourth year of activity with a large membership and good interest. The two outstanding features of its work, namely the presentation of public programs on Men- nonite History, and the building up of the Mennonite Historical Library, if proceeded with the usual vigor. In addition two new features of the work tj of the Society for the year should be noted. At the April meeting steps if were taken to encourage peace work in the college by the appointment of FZ a Peace Committee composed of the following members: Prof. G. F. Hersh- li! berger, Chairman, S. C. Yoder, C. L. Graber, Milton Smith, C. K. Bender. The second new step was the authorization of the publication in book form ' f of Prof. Bender's bibliography of American Mennonite Literature which If has been appearing in the Memionitc Quarterly Review. The book will be published during the year 1928, though the exact date of issue is unknown. if It is to be hoped that additional publications of historical value may be jj issue-d by the Society. ff Four regular meetings were held during the year, as prescribed by f the constitution. At the first meeting, held on October 14, J. S. Hartzler of Elkhart, formerly for years a member of the college faculty and adminis- tration, addressed the Society on "Looking Back Over 70 Years." He pre- sented a very interesting lecture on the progress of the Church in his life- if time and included a large number of interesting reminiscences of early leaders. The second meeting was held on March 21. At this time Dr. vf Correll gave a brief report on the Hubmaier Quadricentennial, and four stu- dents presented histories of various congregations in Ohio: Oak Grove in Wayne County, Martin's in Wayne County, Bethel in Medina County, and Bethel in Logan County. The histories were given by Katherine Gerig, Ellis Hostetler, Leonard Kreider, and Mary Yoder. At the third meeting, Q held on April 13, Prof. G. H. Enss of Hesston College gave an interesting illustrated lecture on "Russia, the Home of the Mennonites for a Century jj and a Half." At the final meeting, May 11, Dr. Correll gave an interesting .4 and valuable address on "Mennonites in Economic History." 1 7 The Mennonite Historical Library has had a splendid growth during if the year. Altogether nearly five hundred books were added, in addition to pamphlets, almanacs, etc. A very large number were secured by the Presi- -4 dent of the Society in the course of a summer's trip to Ohio and Pennsyl- 35 vania. With very few exceptions all the volumes were donated by inter- fd ested friends. The accessions were chiefly of early Mennonite literature of this country. A complete report was given in various numbers of the College ,Q Record during the year. Outstanding among the accessions were the if second edition of the Ausbund, 1751, early Virginia Mennonitica, and com- ,7 plete files of the publications of J. F. Funk at Elkhart including the Herald of Truth, Herald der Wahrizeit, and Me1m0m't1'sche Rundschau. If Extensive files of early Sunday literature were also secured. The Society Tj hopes to continue to collect Mennonite literature and literature of Men- nonite History so that students of Mennonite History may have complete resources for study here. Already the Society has been able to aid a if number of scholars doing independent research. H. S. Bender. f fmzfffffzf-'ffffmfffffffffffffffl-129DVffffffffffffk2221171772222QQQQQJWQQQQQA5 Page Eighty P wr' 1 Q f Q., I I 4k 'Q 1: ' 'fi x ' X , N In Am 'lx Y .y I ' , 'I l num ' in Y J-W m , THE old and picturesque Castle of Passau on the Danube was the scene of the preparation of the first Mon- nonite hymnal, the Aushund Since that time the appreci- ation of music in the- church har- been continually prof:- ressinyr. The work of the college choruses is significant in this progress, ff ' 1195 4- . f...,.. .gxv I,-, V. .,,.-mlb, Lv vy-5' "7':. ' , -1 " JVM hr 5 :I -Tn . , '..' . ' 1. ' , .1 acrfw' 1 - 'r 'N i 'Qt-Cf"L -ffl, I ff. M. . , , , wr, x. ' , .J-' 7,1 ,, , 41 . , V f,,-K'l , A AP. Q Q DPW.- -,, 4 'E., 1 4'. , ,r-R ,A M, . ,V ,N V .. , M " - I ,.,1.N.v- , HAI 'K em: 4 , Q 1,- +. 59,1 4 , 1, A 1 , . .1-v 4 J L a , , f , x -4... ,., ., qv,-V L f-"ff" err Q' A - FZ .j',gv ' FZ- :Q-312 1 V.,-' '--. . ' w.,: v , 1 ,., .wavy .. 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I Secoml Supremo-Hilda Byler, Naomi Camp, Fyrne Miller, Luella Yoder, Beulah Smith. , First Alto-Ardis Ebersole, Esther Good, Verna Graber, Elmira Schertz, Luella Hostetler. 4 Second Alto-Alta Brennefman, Elizabeth Burkholder, Ruth Heatwole, Lois Lapp, Dorcas Yoder, Elizabeth Graber. LADIES' CHORUS PROGRAM 4 The Sun Goes Down ..........,.,,,..,.,,.,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,. - Jesu, Word of God Incarnate ......,.,,..,,,,.,.,,,.,,..,,,,,,.,,..,...,., Ladies' Chorus 4 Lift Thine Eyes ..,.... .......... ............,...,....,,........,............. 1 My Task .............. ......................... ......,....,...,,....,.....,,........,......,. , B. smith, V. Graber, E. Graber 3 Come Unto Me ..... . Q God is My Guide ...,... ..................Spicker ,........Gounod-Harris ....e...Mendelssohn ..............Ashford ..............Salter ............,......Schubert , Ladies' Chorus f Sunset ................... .....................................,.................,........................... ...... a rr anged by Parks l L. Eash, B. Smith, V. Graber, E. Graber 1 O! Holy Father ....,...........................,..................,........................................ ................... M oderati 3 By 'Ba.by1on's Wave ......., ........................,...,............ ........ G o unod-Harris Ladies' Chorus Q Reading ...........................................,, ..............................--... ----........ S 6 lecbed j O, Wert Thou in the Cauld Blast ......... ....... M acdougall j De Sandman ....,,....,,,..,.................................... ....... ....... P r otheroe 1 Sparkling Sunlight ,,.,... 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I: lm ii is f' Ii .gf L31 tt . ilk., 'U limi' iii. f , U3 5 i mi J, i Q Svcmul Ron'-Hu1'kl1olrie1', Martin, Yeag'er, ID. Smucker, J. Bender, M. Smith, Ebersole, Nafziger, O. Smuckfr, Mast. Firsf Row- Prof. Hzirtzler, Yoder, Kaiser, G. Smith, T. Smith, Ho sch, Musselman, Hostetler, Hallman, C. Bender, Cami. X Page Eighty-t wo f f ,A A 1 M, ff f xxx-f-V+. ,f,a,:.:gffd:r+4 inf,-1 ,ffniiff-65:4-l P176 77f927Z?Z2??b27?W7W, Adilzfli' ,,,, Zi ccc fc S,efwffffwfwffwg'2'1WffQ X . ' I C' 1 f Zi ' ff, if f , PERSONNEL i4 Z' First Tenor: John Burkholder, Edgar Frey, Ora Keiser, F. S. Martin, Samuel Yoder. Z3 ,ff Second Tenor: Tilman Smith, George Smith, William Yeager, Donald Smucker, Paul Q ff Horsch. jf' fi - - Z: Baritone: Howard Musselrnan, Allen Ebersole, John Bender, Milton Smith, Ellis If f f Hostetler. ' Q fi -f Q: Bass: Orrin Smucker, Clarence Nafziger, William Hallman, C. K. Bender, E. J. Camp. X l I A -X' f L 'f A If at ITINRRARY I M March 29-April 13, 1928 'ff Elida, Ohio Flanagan, Illinois Walnut Creek, Ohio Metamora, Illinois ,J ff North Lima, Ohio Tiskilwa, Illinois yf Canton, Ohio, fMissionJ Sterling, Illinois Q1 Q' Louisville, Ohio Freeport, Illinois j fn Smithville, Ohio Chicago, Illinois, fHome Missionj fi ff' West Liberty, Ohio Chicago, Illinois, QLincoln Ave. Missionj f Fisher, Illinois Chicago, Illinois, fMoody Bible Inst.J f, Hopedale, Illinois If' fd' 'X iff PROGRAM ig ,,, , 'X 43 PART I 'Q ff, ' X QC: Lord's Prayer ..... .. . .......... Burdett ff f ' Largo .............,........... ...... H andel 1 Q Soft as the Voice ....... ...,................ ........ S c ott ff fi' ff f ' f A Q: PART II 5 X Nature's Praise of God .................... .................... ........ B e ethoven Saved by Grace .................................l..... ........ S tebbins fy The Son of God Goes Forth to War ..,..,.................. ....... R obinson IZ Z3 ' PART III fi' 54 ff The Sands of Time are Sinking ....,... .................... ........ U r han gif It Is the Lord's Own Day ....,.,,,,,.... .........,..,.............. ....... K r eutzer 37 1 , X PART IV g Negro Spirituals f I , 5 Z: Swing Low, Sweet Chariot ..... ...... .................l.. ............ R e d dick Qff ,QQ Steal Away ......,.................,..... ......... S lave Song Qljj Heav'n, Heav'n .................... ..,....L.......,....,,. ....,i, B u rleigh PART V , , At the Close of the Day ............. .................... ......... N e vin QQ Hallelujah Chorus 1MessiahJ ,.,,. ,.,,.,, H andel Tin Alma Mater. ' 7 ffl if ff xl if Z , f 'Z f ' 7 f 'X fi , ,,,,,,,,w glY!fffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffflf'ZB0l'ff7!!f!!!!!f!fff!ff!f!f7!!f ffffff-f77!!lW2l6 Page Eighty-three 7 f A ,fl ,f M' M.,-1-V+, " fd-at .1 f' " 1 f , 1 f. .-,-1-.411 ff ff.-V-1 f 'f ' ' f ' '- 'r f if 1 , I V! f H llahuzs i,QBuartette if if if 34 -f if Q51 2? V if A ,ffl Z E. Graber V. Graber Smith Eash ,pf MUs1o Q? "When the morning stars sang together" what might have been the burden of their chant? What was the meaning of their harmony as it was iff borne to the watchful, listening firmament, bending over them? These little stars far, far above-knew they aught of earthly passions which bring Vi in their wake a fervor to the soul of music? Knew they of the halcyon pleasure and rollicking joy and rapturous gaiety which soar on lilting wings? Knew they of the vehement hates or the mad jealousies or the 3, panting fears which snatch with pitiless arms? Of the bitter torments of H sorrow which rend the soul and bring thru their throes the poignant sweet- , A ness of resignation? Of the yearning tenderness, the ardent, unseliish 11 devotion of love that is immortal? And after these turbulent passions 3 have stormed the heart, knew these stars of the enveloping peace-the peace of God-which calmly and fearlessly awaits what life offers? Ll- Or, in the purple of dawn as they sang, perhaps these morning stars knew only of joy and gladness. Leaning "over the bar of heaven" and iiigl hearing the song of man through the eons of years, perhaps the chord ris- lil ing to their ears caused them wonder and astonishment. Perhaps it was not given them to understand or interpret the meaning of this song of man. It may have seemed akin to a cry! To be able to interpret the need .of the heart of man, is it not a gift of God? Surely it is a gift, and one that must be given in great measure I ll ll, if fff,ff f f ,.f1,8lfrfL v 1 f f,o, '4.if ,fffMf2,,1f,3,2,' fk, 1 2 i Xfffffllg Page Eighty-four -4,j3f,5!!1Eg53ff!!gf,i!!!ff,jL4f!A394!! I ffgjifff f' " XIX,-4-.Ala 4+-elfcfff-v-.1,-1' 155:51 vu- uf,-,-... f H1 ffWffWMmMmfffffffffffffffMMf 0 SA r2 L E A iw ri Mp 5HlIen's QBuartette Keiser Smith Camp Hartzler to those who have recorded their sympathetic responses in a form which we call Music. In the selections which the Goshen College Choruses have studied during the year, effort has been made to prepare songs which would satisfy a real need, both by entertainment and uplift of the soul. Some of the outstanding numbers of the A Cappella Chorus are: "Beautiful Savior," Christiansen, "O Savior, Hear Me," Protheroeg "Lord Our God, Have Mercy," Lvovskyg "I'll Never Turn Back," Nathaniel Dettg "Sanctus" from "Mass in B Minor," Bachg and "Blessed is the Man," Tschaikovsky. Those of the Male Chorus are: "Pilgrim's Chorus," Wagner, "Nature's Praise of God," Beethoven, "At the Close of the Day," Neving "Hallelujah Chorus," Handelg and "Viking Song," Faning. Those of the Ladies' Chorus are: "God is My Guide," Schubert, "Jesu, Word of God Incarnatef' Gounod-Harrisg "By Babylon's Wave," Gounod-Harris, and "Rose of My Heart," Lohr. With a few additions, the A Cappella Chorus is made up of the combined Male and Ladies' Choruses. The Chorus numbers forty mem- bers. There have been numerous programs 'given during the year at the College and city and country churches. The programs have been well re- ceived, and encouraging comments are coming in continually on the work of the organizations. The choruses also sang regularly at the bi-Weekly summer vesper services at the College. Beulah Smith. rfffffo5V7202222222222OkkfkkkkkkkkkkfQASZQEVf722!f2f22f722ZfZQXZQPQe"f ' C' f' ' Pam' Eifllu ry-ji if I gf 4, 4 4 ,, First Row-Eash, Hershberger, Gerig, U. Smith, B. Smith, Leininger, L. Yoder, V. ' ' f!n':x5:' ffffddzffff ff! f-4-4,4111 ffffgrffmf'ff+5fffi41 W'fW??7W?WZfWWWM5fMfA 113 IIMTE A F 04444Wwwwwwwwffwg X., . . . . . ,A.,A,.,.,,,,..... . . . , ,.,. 4 4 144 if 2. QI Cllappella Cliburus Q Q' f Z 5 f P , 1 I Lf T7 f 4 if i .14 if . .4 , if ' 4 X X 441 ' I f l A l ' 7 ' A " M 0 T ' 1 if f R if F 4 i f ,f ' ' 7 fl 4 L. N ,Hg -if 'nf ky C if ii . A ' 27 X 4 4, X. p 1 . - -4 , - A . ,, gifs if , ' X 5 7 I , g if :Z Fourth Row-Martin, Yeager, D. Smucker, M. Schertz, C. Smucker, Ebersole, 'X Mumaw, Nafziger. If Thirrl Row-Prof. Hartzler, S. Yoder, Kaiser, T. Smith, Wenger, Horsch, H. Mussel- jf man, E. Hostetler, FI. Camp, Bender, Hallman. ,f Second Row-Slagel, N. Camp, Byler, L. Hostetler, A. Hostetler, Good, D. Yoder, ff Lapp, E. Graber, E. Schertz, Burkholder. V14 Graber, Brenneman, Heatwole, Zimmerly, M. Musselman. fx, ff T 4 ' 4 PROGRAM ' if A' 1 vf All U PART 1 17 Invocation ..,.......,......... O Gladsome Light ..,... Break Forth ................. Anon Sullivan Brightest and Best ...... .................,.... f ,- 4 . PART II .......Dudley 'Buck -,ll I'll Never Turn 'Back ........ ........................... ,,,,,,,.,. D e tt 41 Listen to the Lambs ,....... ..,..........,,,,. ,,,,,,.,., D e tt Q PART III Q Shadows of the Evening ....,,....... ....,,..,,......,...,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, H a stings X O PB3.Cefl1l Night ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,v,,,,..,,, --,,,,,,,,..A- G Q rman Irish Tune from Country Derry ..,..........................., Percy Grainger J . PART IV B931-Ullflll S2.Vi0r ......................... .............,............ ,.,,.... C h ristiansen Lord Our GOd HaVe M91'Cy ,,,,,,, A,,,,, ,,4.,,,,,.,, --,-A4..---, L V 0 Vsky O Savior Hear Me ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,4,,,,,,,.,,,, ,.,.,vv,,.,,,,.-v G 1 uck 7, 1 PART v ig Blessed IS the Man ................................,.,,,,,,,,,, .,,.,,,,,,, ,,,.,,.,,, T S chaikovsky SKHCWS Cfrom the Mass in 'B Minory ,,,..,,,,,,.,,.,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,.,,.,,,.,,,, B ach 4 7 if QL if .A , , 4 . 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' I 1 f . xA f f. , f, , fl-I X' , i A 4 ff, ' Z1 'f ff xx , l 1, X .e , fi Qi? 36 Q , yf 5, .. A , , ,, 7 . V., 4, , A, ., fy .j il if f ,f oi ,gr ,X , I". yf 1 7 , Q, y .ffl Jufnioo'-Neg.: L. J. Martin, Alt., Horsch, Bender, Capt., F. S. Martin. if lil - 1" Cjlf Question-"Resolved: That the McNary Haugen Bill should be enacted as a 1 V .1 farm relief measure." 5 f Judges: W. G. Adams, County Superintendent of Schoolsg J. W. Foreman, ' f ji Superintendent of Goshen City Schools 5 and Dean Oyer, of the College. I Decision 3-0 for the Negative. Q, ij: 5 : I . , X X, . V f 1 A t EZ.Zf22f77fz2f22zz72,?72722,0kzyfyzkk2k2w.fl4Z9fl22'fiZ5zf772Q.fy,e77j.5,3 by ,A ,Q 1,Qj.5Q41 QQ Page Eighty-seven .ff 4 Lg' fr"-'uf 1 'fff-' !,ff!f,',',fy.-f -Q-ff. ,,f-f.'ff,f fu., ,,!,-, fl.,-I 1, 1. , V t J! ,, E, ., if , ,,,, g,f7iZ0Qu'Wl,?, , .I H471 f4,ff,jaM A f LA M A Ei 0: .V I ,Lyn Y .A t I li 9 2 .i :Q Jfresbmanzivupbumure share W ,f,w if is .1611 jf: 1 fr W i Andi M4 .445 10 ' 1" uf, ' , 'VII Q -' Wy. . ,. 1. n r Q I ', r , ' . 1, 1 4 XY? ff, ' . 'f M qv , 1. a f ' Rf M ffl! Fw f 4 V of K 1, 1 W. .xii Sr,'I2f',,.o,-1-Nw.: Rbersole, Alt.. Blough, Smucker, Capt., Hostetler. if W ,"N ff gf , Q ' I :Q ! e W gf 432. EV' . f :iii M gi f ag 6 'T . , ,L .7- 1-., M . rf 'QQ M211 f " fx 1 w ky., , ,f ff, . ,f. f rg. Frsslmfun-A ff.: Graybill. Alt.. Hostetler, Brunk, Capt., Kreider. gg .V . ,U ,Q +56 'I Question-"Resolved: That the Immigration Act of 1924 should be amended so as to admit Japanese on the same basis as Europeans." Judges: Professor D. S. Gerig, of Goshen High Schoolg Rev. S. L. Yoder, of Mfg ga Q X XV. . 5 Q 15 5 X X. .Q 5 Qi Q. X. N U N rn xr Q. Qu S Xi Ta X. bg H gg. 5 ,Qu rf 5- 5 N- 7 X, 44 xv ro S' 05 XT 2' XX EU X. Q, si ii Q11 Q1 A1 N 5: x, Q.. 5. S. XI X. Q: N2 Suenxauilxna. QkmA TQXXXX St. Mark's M. E. Churchg and Professor Edward Yoder, of the College. Page Eighty-eight , . 5 L4gg:,5,5fff,:,fE,g,ff!.:5f-fff.:f:,g,5ffA-.A4fAffg,5:ffAf'fc.+f4Af ,'fm:yAffAfn-+g,:ffAffaf,,g,:fffff.-,L.1LfAf'ff,L.c,a, ffev-f,-411,15-,-,4f r -bf A. fa-46 ffm-1 4 ' ' fm? ' " WWWYWQWVWWWWWWMQM AQIQLEQ ILA E A 151 Qi A ' P ' twfz, ,AA, ,A A, A, A A Av. ' f nj - l Q jfresbmanziupbumnre womens ZBehatz 2 VX f 1 , . w +- ? 7 7 f 1 , 7 Z it fl W yi ggi X" HZ-' Wfl 1 w ffm X , A ff 9 Z' X I t. n A fy nfl f , ,. 7. 3,1 ' if , 6f fffiz pf 1 oi f if 52 lil X la f- N 'fi fA 21 W ye. ll! ff A f 'W 1, , ,y Z' Sophomore-Aff.: A. Lapin, Alf., L. Lapp, Tl. Yoder, Capt., M. Yoder, Q51 Q3 ld ff -X 41, , f ' Y AW 'A 'QQ fi Til 7 '53 5. gal . ,!, jf A 15,1 tlfj 344 Z f f f ' fi f 1 ff f O f 7 5451 '- M f V4 ' 'f , 54 if E4 Freshman-Neg.: Zook, Alf., Schertz, Heatwole, Capf., XVeaver. if l i A l ,eq r" ' ,Q Question-"Resolved: That the United States should immediately guarantee the independence of the Philippines at the end of ten years." Judges: B. F. Deahlg Professor Butcher, of the South Bend High Schoolg and ,ig Principal O. L. Walter. of Goshen High School. n f ,iii Decision 2-1 for the Negative af fx' C1 7 i ' fl M 'fffffnffffffffffffnf ff,f:fff,f2fzf f,cfffyff'f.G2f92r7Qwfmfffiknffzfffvz fyyvfvf A ' fff f . Q ' ffffff 'AQ Page Eighly-nine LL5:f,5!!A35f!!!D5!:!!!Cf,5-4!L.5:5iL!fi6dffA+g!!f ff .fffu-,4fff.-4-,grill 1 7 .fi ' 1 ' 4 f 1 . 1 ff if , , A,W A if 2ff22e222fMW 2 , 2? Rebate ilietnetn .gf A strong program of inter-class debates resulted in some of the best contests held in recent years. Great interest was shown in the Freshman W and Sophomore try-outs and every class chose a strong team. In the Freshman-Sophomore debate the affirmative argued the ne- 1 5' cessity of an amendment to the so-called Japanese Exclusion Act as a move in the direction of better racial understanding and of prevention of future 3 v wars. The negative insisted that race problems are best solved by keeping ,fl the individuals of widely differing races apart. On this principle and on their contention that no pressing immediate need exists for the proposed amend- ment the negative staked their hopes for success. All of the debates gave fp evidence of careful preparationg but neither the constructive speeches nor Z the rebuttals showed the finish that was evident in the latter contests. Wide diversity of opinion among competent judges showed the evenness of the debate. 1' l In the J unior-Senior deb-ate the affirmative was unable to convince the judges that the surplus of farm products could be marketed as pro- posed in the bill. The negative insisted that a bill providing for handling I f the surplus of any product so as to guarantee a profit to the producer would 1 encourage still greater over-production and, in the end, defeat itself. Their j contention that the bill was unsound because it dealt with only one phase of the farmer's difficulties also had weight. nj In the women's debate the affirmative argued that independence ja of the Philippines was necessary to restore world confidence in the demo- 'fi cratic claims and altruistic intentions of the United States, that an im- , mediate guarantee would bring most of the benefits of independence, and f that the ten year period would be sufficient to provide for the proper safe- j 1 guarding of American interests and for the stabilizing of economic and po- ffl litical conditions in the Philippines. The negative, while not denying Yi ultimate independence to the Philippines, succeeded in convincing two of the pf, judges that an immediate guarantee of independence was unnecessary and 1, j that independence in ten years could not fail to result in political disaster and economic ruin for the islands. The debate was without question of high calibre. Careful preparation was evident in the organization of material, jf as well as in the wide scope of material introduced. The debating technique ,ll was that of experienced debaters in that personalities were avoided and that every consideration was accorded the ability and point of view of the opposing team. The debate interested the audienceg therefore, a 'good de- bate. if The informal post-debate critiques seem to be growing in interest. iifl Debaters, judges, and others meet with the Committee on Debate and Ora- V f tory for a discussion of the work of the teams 5 but usually before the ses- 4, , sion ends such related subjects as the theory of judging a debate and 'yir whether it is possible for a judge to render an unbiased decision also receive 3 attention. QL1' A new feature introduced this year permits the audience to render , a decision. After the ballots of the judges are in the hands of the chair- man and before the results are announced, the audience votes. Audiences jf I showed keen interest, although not all present voted. ff i John Umble. j 1 .ffl r ff ff fffffvffffn, ufzvf, ffkfkkkkkkkkfkh-9 1,QmF2f2?f,?ff Qffffyfbll hy 72192, I, 7 ' 4? fzfvffnziil Page Ninety 1115132 33. ji ZBeabI Zlnnual React QBraturical if At the annual B. F. Deahl Peace Oratorical Contest, Prof. Hersh- l beiger presided, appropriately outlined the terms of the contest, and intro- 1 duced the contestants. ' definite contribution to the program for peace. The orators, as the manu- Q, scripts proved, had made a serious effort to study the problem-a world 'X problem The three crusaders constituted but a small voice, it is true, but ' Willard Smith, Forrest Kanagy and Samuel Yoder have, through their ' rung-4ff.L,g:fff ' fff 4-64 ref-.af Ffa Afffffesafefizeeied , f " ff ' ' 'f ff! 1' lf!-+1-1-v X! ' I! ' f f WXXWXWLZZXLXLX4Zfgffffl' Q Md A 113 Y if TZCE A 15?hjf'f'77WWWYZWYYWYYYVZYZZ f X if dluntest 22 X ff , ,, , -X 4 if .VX ff -I if if 27 V! 'X if if 17 4 l 6 Yoder smith ' Samuel Yoder ,eie .. .eeeee Y .eii,.lri. -. ieeee ,.... ...r rrrr T h e Strategy of Peace l Wlllald Smith e,...,,,ee,e.e.e,,eeiiee, . ..,,. ii., . e.,es eeiieee.r .ere . . .Must We Have War T 4 .7 Forrest Kanagy ,rerr r irri . .rersesrerrrrrrrrro,er., .,., . .eer, . Y ..... r .... s...r O utlawrv of War LZ 4 Judges: Rev. Overdeer, of the First M. E. Churchg Rev. Godwin, of if the St Mark's Methodist Church, Rev. Stuckman, of the First Brethren 31 Church X 7 Winners: Samuel Yoder, first, Willard Smith, second, Forrest if Kanagy third. X 5 Centuries ago thousands went forth as crusaders for what they con- ' sidered a principle and a cause. On May 4, at Goshen College, three daunt- j less crusaders spoke thoughtful orations on subjects related to the cause ,Z of world peace. 'Q 6 'f 7 12 The orators delivered their speeches in the order indicated above. To put the matter tersely: Forrest Kanagy appeared to strive for effect through positive statementg Willard Smith excelled in general organization QQ of thoughtg Samuel Yoder won his appeal through his pronounced oratorical if effects and his superior oratorical manuscript. Lack of space will not per- mit actual quotation from these splendid expressions on peace, but a sum- jf mary statement of the three should say: "We need not have warg we must outlaw warg and that, through the strategy of peace." The prizes, awarded by Rev. Overdeer, were in gold: first, S15 to Samuel Yoder, second, S10 to Willard Smith, third, S5 to Forrest Kanagy. iz While each oration admitted faults of compositiong while each speaker showed a lack of "having spoken to the trees", yet no one could have failed to observe that three loyal sons of Goshen had made a 'X me 'X unstlnted efforts, spoken for Goshen College, in a crusade for peace. ' 3 14 I. S. Franck. lp 17 'x ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,..,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,..,,.,,.,. . ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,.. . , .,.. . i 4 l f XfffffffffXflfffffffffffffffff!!!!!!!!,l' effffffffffffffffb W7A'f7!!!! ffff,4f,fA7ffA5l6 Page Ninety-one L4,f,:f,5f!ff-f:i:,5f!!gf,i,f!!gf,3fD!!.4-A-4 XX4551fA+4Jffg,jirfff.4:ggff1a1C3:ffffCf,g,5fffCQ,4,4fff,-f:,fdff , f A. 1, 1 ,f. f V, f 1 7 WfWWM,A.1l3 ...,, Fi ?:ZfWW7??Wf?W77W?WVffZ ,P g X , , 4 gp Eusnussmun Qlluntest Z1 if A 4, X, X f Q fi A Z: ,4- AZ 54 Q? 2 Q Holdeman Martin fi f. Zj John Bender ,........ . ..A.nn The Footsteps of Fashion in America Ralph Holdeman ..s.ee..,,eeeee ee,,.,.,,.e,.eeese......,e . ......,,......ee..,e., Penning for Gold kj Henry Bohn, Jr. ...,..,,....eee,..e,..,eeee,eee,,.re,,eee,,,.,,.r,......ee....eee Prehistoric Animals iffl Floyd Martin ,,,...e,,e.l..,e....ede T ,ev,,is,e,.,...eeee.e,e.,..,,....le,.e,,,e Progress in Aviation f Y Judges: D. S. Gerig, of Goshen High School, Merle Stump, Prin- Q cipal of Dunlaps School, Dean Oyer, of the College. ,fy Winners: Ralph Holdeman, first, Floyd Martin, secondg John 'ffl Bender, third. A f The Annual Discussion Contest, April 20, one of the best public pro- f grams of the year, brought out the usual number of interesting topics. Eight entrants had signed, but press of other duties reduced the number , to four prior to the contest. Public opinion was practically in agreement mf with the judges in the award of first place, but there was wide divergence Q43 of opinion as to the placing of second and third. Q1 The rules for the contest were the same as in former years, each li' ii contestant delivers an expository address on a subject of his own choosingg Q the speech is not written out and committed but each contestant speaks f 1 ' from a committed outline without the aid of notes 3 each contestant avoids 35' all attempts at persuasive oratory, confining himself to a simple, unembel- lished but interesting presentation of a subject matter. , Z1 The winner of the contest spoke on the growing commercial de- 4, mand for the work of the pen-and-ink artist. The novelty of the subject- 51' material, and the clear, simple presentation showed that this contestant Qi could not only "pen for gold," but also talk for gold. His address was il- lustrated by a series of original charts showing something of the method of A the pen-a.nd-ink artist and the various kinds of sketches for which there is ready sale. Second prize went to a clever, worth-while presentation of the recent remarkable advance in aviation. The easy and entirely unaf- fected stage manner of the winner of the third prize as Well as the humor- ,jf ous interest of his subject matter kept the audience in a pleasant frame of , mind from the beginning. jg The following Goshen citizens donated the prizes for this year's J f , contest: Mr. A. G. Hoovens, first prize, Mr. J. M. Yoder, second: and Mr. , 3 and Mrs. E. K. Greenwalt, third. Sam Lewis who furnished the prize 'Q' money for the first two years has retired from business. John Umble. rv' 1 fn' 'fvffffffnVffffvffff'L 'Af f 1fw2,,80r7fzf7ffffAffyffnwykffzfff 7 ffff,fffffffffAlQ Page Ninety-two IFF? ' W s, C ,,,, C ,, ,MW f, if ,,' apls leaf Staff gg 4, X1 X. fi 7 A: Z1 7, X 7j X W' , f ,rl N 4, if f 14 .y if fi fi if if i - Q 'if it si 2,9 12 i if I 1, Sz'm1rIing-F. S. Martin, Roth, R. Yoder, Holdcman, Ebersole, ll. Yoder, Hostetler, if, L. J. Martin, Leininger. j' f f If ii Seater!-Musselman, Smith, Camp, Graber, Prof. Benrler. CM' iii Q41 fy L' 3 1 THE STAFF :Tj 2 Editor-in-chief ....,,.. ......,....,,,.,. ..,,..,... ...,,.,............ E . . 1. Camp, '28 iff f Associate Editor ....... ........ H oward Musselman, '29 ,Q Associate Editor .......,........... ..,....,....... V erna Graber, '28 ,Q iff" Business Manager .......,...,.....,.. ....., M ilton Smith, '28 f VA Assistant Business Manager ..... ......,. F' . S. Martin, '29 Z, ,'f" i if jj Chairman College Life ....,,.,,,.. ......,. I .. .T. Martin, '29 V1 ,,,4 Q7 College Life .............,..... ......... E sther Roth, '29 ' i College Tiife ....,.,. ..,... .......,. D o rcas Yoder, '30 fl , , ,M Photographer ..... ,....,,...,...... ...,,... L e roy Hostetler, '29 14 fb AM Assistant Photographer ,..... ......... A llen Ebersole, '30 14 . , 73, Artist ............,.................... ......... R alph Holdeman, '30 A14 Assistant Artist .,.. ..,.... R aymond Yoder, '31 Stenographer ......,.., ......... E sther Leininger, '29 3 'gf Faculty Advisor ..... ............. H . S. Bender, '18 'ff du iije ,LA ,, if if' it ' P if 1 : 'cv 94 f if ff , Q if ffyf yfffffffffnffff,fffffffffffkknfkfkkk2QQ6VfQ2Z,7f7!A72Zf. 72 21? 29,2 fp " 4 1 2' ? i 295222140 ' Page Ninety-three Qgff, fffgjgffmgffffgmgffffawf,f+.gEff,uf4+fff,f,:g1yfff fffgffff flfigjff ff WXXXWVWWVWVVIZWKMQMI A D E f 1I"ffAE',A W'f7ZZWfW!!!V!Wl!Wf , ,,A, , .. ,,,,,, ,,,. ,,...... , X X X Breath Staff .5tmzdznq-Leininpger, Guemqerich, Rurkholder, Lamp, Byler, Cook, Hallman, Bender Hostetler, Horsch. Seater!-Prof. Umble, R. Yoder, S. Yoder, Kanagy, Prof. Hertzler. THE STAFF Fiditor .................,,.., ........,.,.,............., ....... S a muel A. Yoder, '28 Associate Editor ....... ............ R uth V. Yoder, '29 Religious .....,.... ...... ........ J o hn Burkholder, '28 Religious .,.. ....... ................. L o is Lapp, '30 Literary ............ ............ E dna Cook, '28 College News ...... ............. P aul Horsch, '29 College News ....... ......... A delia Hostetler, '30 College News ........ .............. J ohn Bender, '30 Alumni .............. ......... S ilas Hertzler, '13 Athletic ,...... .......................... E arl Byler, '30 Typist ................... ................. E sther Leininger, '29 Typist .....,.............................. .. ....... Edna Guengerich, Acad., '29 Business Manager .................,.. ..,...,.,..,,...... F orrest Kanagy, '30 Assistant Business Manager ,..,.,. ...,... A bram Hallman, '31 Faculty Advisor .....,....,....,...... . ...,...... T ohn Umble, '01 , 7 1 7' ,ffl wx, f ' fl:2,8aF5ygfff,V,7A 7,ffy:vQf7f,zfff,1 ff ffoffffffmlw Page Ninety-four TH EC ! THE pioneer Mennonite 41 --P-I forefathers succeeded in transforming the wilderness into well tilled farms. While labor allowed them little place for recreation, their spirit of democracy and simple living is reliected in the system of intra-mural athletics now found at Go- shen College. ' V ,. .If R ,-.,,, 1.3,- 4, ax , W-. 11 X X , . . 1, N - 5 if . 4' :Sim V. '31 J" e 1, um' - .- :ri .V ' 1 12' -2 Wi-'.sf,M" ,ff A ' .J W 1' nn... 54,1 . -wwff, figs: M125 V-HE' 'Y ,., ma, .. ,H wx f SQgf:f.cl-- -1 -hw X'I" 'L ' l- . - 9. f.,,-Mira, ui --rn. f-V ,wf ,- L,g,'g,.: H , s.,n' - m .,: L -gif. 2 ' A ' .:g., A, Uv, " '75 ff5fI"'r'4' JH W' r LEWYQI - aft' 1 A T,1yz,,'- " f N1-'Qsi , . :N-,,c.L. S? ' , 1.3 3, 1 . ' A I. ' inf' '. ' -.. ' .a K . 53- - . A .- 1, . - , 1 . ff I.. Q , ', 9.-. ff. ' 'Lai T , 5. 4, ,mx -w25?.f . ' - A -1-'.1Q-Z.. 427' '::3,f Q ' ' w.4..., a, 197' Q " ' 1" . fvt-23 ,g 1, 1 4 :1 -4:1 5- .,g' " TJ-, ,lj ' -k.' ,. Q . f Y--'f-Rim ' .' Q, MJJZH, , 4 mf ggggigmf 4 - r 5'-f, , ,, A 5, , , ' wp ' Q ' . un, .Kg .-nc. .x . - , , g-41 , JW, K. .1.' 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Each association has a simple organization consisting of a presi- lf dent, vice president, and secretary-treasurer. These ofiicials with the faculty direc- tor of athletics make up the executive committee which formulates and controls the ' general policies of the respective organizations. The major and minor sports are organized and promoted by special committees, the chairmen of which, work in co- operation with the executive committee for the furtherance of the various sports. ' Through this unique organization thc general athletic policies of the College I li X are carried out with a fine spirit of cooperation. 'rj ,r . The financing of the athletic program is just as unique. All enrolled students are members of their respective associations. Athletic fees are paid through the inci- dental fee from which an annual per capita appropriation is made to the faculty ,Vi athletic committee. This committee in turn furnishes all equipment and provides funds for the athletic improvement program. " Through this splendid organization students are given a maximum amount of good recreation. Milton Smith. , 1 51,97 LyQc?Af272if,?2 ff Q22222.ffz!7?k2fr-QQQQSVffkfdkikifkkkkikffiif222,l,1 4 fif f 'tff'i5???.1Q Page Ninety-five fi 1 ring Lf f f' 'ff,g,5:f ,nc fx ' -.-. ' -- .... ,..- ... ..... --.- ...- ,.... -... W,ZijiZ2WZM 4ff,af?54fW,gQjyi'1Ai1'f5 j'LAjf!EL'f':i!f!i :- A gr' awzwfwffwffwfwwffq WJ ,,,,,,,,,,,,, M r ,,,, , ,,,,,A, ,,... . ... A ,,1 , , . ...HV f f if ff 15 Q. 1 f , Basketball lg if 14 12 fi A fi Z1 29 1:5 Zi if , , 7 , P4 ff fx L' ' 'ff ' Eff riff ,fi ,,! A7 f if , ,Z 5 'f if , 3.1 COLLEGE FRESHMAN TEAM Back Row-Gerber, M. Smucker, Brunk, Hallman, Capt. ' 'A ' f fi Front Row-I. Roth, D. Smucker, D. Roth, if f , Basketball during the past year has succeeded in holding interest for an exceptionally long season. No small part of this is due to the in- 14 lg creased gymnasium facilities. The season opened Nov. 12 with an inter- class schedule running through the entire season and to be climaxed by a gfj tournament. The Sophomore and Academy teams had difficulties in keep- lf 4 ing their schedule so that the first part of the season included a few class gp li? games, "pick-ups" of various sorts and literary society contests. In the 5, latter the Adelphians won two games and the Auroras one. Z Q Z3 About midseason a tournament, based on percentage and in which L," each team met each 'opponent twice, was arranged. Four teams competed: fjix Senior, Junior, Freshman, and Academy. The Freshmen came through without a defeat, their worst scare coming from the Juniors who held them QQ- to an overtime game, but which finally ended 27-21. Second place was shared by the three remaining teams. pg, SCHEDULES AND SCORES First Game Second Game Freshman-Senior ,,,,. 111 r,,,. . ..... 19-13 25-17 fl il Senior-Academy ,,r.,.. .....i... 1 7-6 10-12 2 Freshman-Junior rr,,........ ..,.,.......... 4 1-13 27-21 ' ' Academyqunior ,.... - ........ ..,... - ..-.-..22-21 17-19 Q f J unior-Senior ,............,... - .....,.. - ........,.....,. .26-12 25-31 Freshman-Academy .,.,.. ,.,...,., 2 8-13 26-20 ' 4 1 'Z nj if I 1 , X , f . . .,,,, ..,,,.,,. . .......,,,. ,,,, , . ...,..,. . ..,. , ,..,, ,,f,,,, , l f' ' 77 2 7XfOC'ffffAfX,'IQVXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXAQZQDVAfffffffffffffffffffffffffff!!!!!f7!!!f!Al5 Page Ninety-six L4,5:f,5!,i!:f!41Efif!fEf355!lAq44!!Li,5:Klf.4:g4!fg,5tf!f fff.-iv f+mfff Y X X, , ,,,, A ywwwmfwwwwfmelhdf Ap IL-1 Ei A 0177 ff.2fIn1jZZZZZZgf5Cfff7ZZfW fp ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,K ..., . . . ,....,f. ,,,,. . , X X 4 Z1 7 fx 71 7, X: Z: 72 71 4: 7 4 Zi ,fi Q: ff. Zi. ff f. 42 X it V X 4 ffl .ff Z , X ,,i lf ,. ,fy ff, Q51 Qi X. lf.: ,jj 7: Qi 22 X. 41. 71 Q fi f fl 4. flfr 'ff' 'Vt ff, 'fff ffl ff. lf. ff, 72 Z. ff. X, 4: X, 4: ,fl gf i-mffglz SOPHOMORE GIRLS' TEAM Back Row-Good, Il. Lapp, Hostetler, A. Lapp. Front Row-Mary Yoder, Ebersole. Miller, Capf., Steiner, Martha Yoder. STANDING OF MEN'S TEAMS Games won-lost C21 Total Pts. Oppon. Pts. Freshman ...a. ...,....,.. 1 -16 0 1.000 166 97 Senlor ..,,. ,0... . 2 4 .333 100 123 J unlor ........ ...... 2 4 .333 125 150 Academy ...............1,... . ............. 2 4 .333 90 111 Among the women, basketball reached a new high point, both in the interest and skill shown. Six teams, Junior, Sophomore, Freshman, Academy, and the literary teams, Vesperian and Avon-Homerian, were organized. Keen competition prevailed among the class teams. All seemed to be equally matched. Each team met its opponents twice during the season and concluded with a tournament conducted on the elimination basis-winners playing winners and losers, losers. The Juniors led through- out the tournament on the winning side and the Sophs on the consolation side. After a hard fight the Svophs came out victorious. The two literary games resulted in victories for the Vesperian team. 5 1 1 .11 24 Z ., X, 2,1 fi, 7 , 1 I! Z f 1 ff 1 ,A f 1 211 X11 ,f 411 ,W C1 .lj .41 41 Z If .4 71 .jf Z 4 1.1 3? ,fl If f f , J 1 A 1 , V1 ,lf ff V, 1, 1 ,f 1 1 ,- A T1 ,QQ . K, 1 111 'XA V1 .. F1 V f X ' f Vfffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffflvla0VXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXYXAZfff 7. f 7 ff 4 Cf22'4fVW Exo Page Ninety-seven 1 1 i-4,1133-, ',fffgii1'.'f " ' 'J fa-.3-1, gy- ,V 'rf-I-,5:f.f,",4-4-AJf.ff.:3:cf, ',ffdE,:f!ff-.LAAf.fff4-41.41ffq:,f,:f,f'f4-4-,A-ffrff ' f' ' X' 1 Wifff f' 'fffffff"' WMRZIW A D ILI E IL-I E1 A F 0Wf7ZWl47Z57lf'7W7 77fV77Z' ,,,,,,A.,,,,A ,,AA I A ,.,, ,,.., ,..,.. I ,...A........AA,.,,,, I .....,. , My lf V if ,f A , f' Q M , RQ f I. 1 I. ,I I I4 .I ' f I ff' V i7 ii, - f,j Z1 if ff, ff 4' . A ff. f ff' SENIOR - JUNIOR V IA f ,Q yw :QI , 1 .,, ff f ff? f f f If lv 1 if T f II ' ' if , J ACADEMY ACADEMY GIRLS jj , If ,if if A I if I jp 411 ,gf ,Y,M Q4 ,ff f, '7 M, ,I 'I , H if! izj 12 H JUNIOR GIRLS FRESHMAN GIRLS 5 . fi W b 541, f ,Ip If ff C! Vf 'Y A If I .,, ,4 13. . f if , ,, ,,4 ,, if gf I 'f' 39 yvl. :gg If I AURORA ADELPHIAN A2 if AZ 32 'f , ,.., ,., ., , ,,,, . - ,,,,.,, f " ,ff ,flf'fVf'7',fX!Af0A ffl'f7f'VflfhfffffflclfgoVffffffffffffffffffffffVfffffffffffffffffilg Page Ninety-eight - fff,,5:,g,fffCg,f,fff,f,5:fff,4:,5,:gff,4:,f,:fff 11.55511 ' fff wf+.f.4fff,f,5,5ff f ' ' 'f ' ' f ffWffQ?WffWf7WM9m D if LmF1,A WW- f W W igasehall The spirit of the great American Sport, the game of games, has evidenced its presence here at Goshen College. When the grass begins to grow and the trees begin to leaf, when all the little street urchins gather in the empty lot to "choose up," then we know that spring is here and the fellows start rummaging through all the old trunks and store-boxes in the attic in the hope of finding their old worn out shoes, and baseball caps sell at' a premium. There are only two ways to spoil an ideal spring day-just two and no more. One is to fan out and the other is to miss a good fly. You don't care if you break a bat and incur the just wrath of the Athletic Association for not having the trade mark up. But if you miss that Hy or fan out-you are absolutely fit for nothing but to be cast out and trodden under foot of man! And it takes a lot of time and rationalization to perceive and explain to others just why it happened. The spring season has'just nicely started so we haven't had many official games as yet. The famous hurlers of the group are Tim Smith, Dwight Roth, Ralph Fisher, and Ralph Myers. The receivers are not so plentiful, but Fred Brenneman, Milton Smith, and "Ike" Roth rank at the top of the list. Samuel Yoder. 4 r X 4 X lfffffffkklkk2kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkfkk722218ZQLViiikiflkkikkkkfffkiib24, 7' 9, , fff 46 Page Ninety-n das A jp L E : 7 ef' ' ikffiii? Track Junior , ,....,.,,, Freshman .AA,,7. Sophomore ..... Senior ooo,,,r.., Academy ,,e,,, Event 11.00 yd. dash ,..,.... 220 yd. dash ....,...., -1-LO yd. dash .,..,,..,. One-half mile ........ One mile eeee,..,..,.,,,,,,, RESULTS OF TRACK MEET OF MAY 10. 1928 .......3T12 points TRACK AND FIELD RECORDS School Records ....1O.2 sec....... ,...2-1.6 sec ....5S sec ....2:22.S High Jump ...,.,....... , - Run. Broad Jump Pole Vault ,...... Discus Throw 12 lb. Shot Put. 16 lb. Shot Put, 5, 41, ao' 3" sioflls ,...106' 3" 35 2" 36' 5" , Holder Date Morris Neterer..1916 Morris Neterer,.191 6 .W1916 John Bender ...... 1. YVoodWorth 1928 John Bender ...,.. 1927 B. F. Stoltzfus.. 1916 Tilman Smith .... 1926 Ezra Camp ........ Wilbur Shenk Donald Gilbert, John MacLean... 1927 1927 .1926 .1921 1928 Results 10.4 sec. ......,,. . 26.1 sec 59.5 sec 2:22.8 . 5:19.3 5' 1" is' eff 10' ....... 101' 8" 37' 8" 298 ..,.,,.,..... .o,..,,.3212 " ........15 " ........12 1 Vilinner H. Musselrnan H. Musselman Abram Hallman John Bender John Bender Sharon -Brunk Sharon -Brunk Ezra Camp VVilbur Shenk Sharon -Brunk Sharon -Brunk A' Q, Zi? if ,A .fkfi 5, Ez ,bf - f' ' . ' , .f f' X., ., af, 'KA Cf 14 V if f. if if Q? UZ 'f .47 717 Ei -if, 4: iff ,. if f ff rf, P .CK :Q J f- I, E91 PX, :'. , 1.61 A ff, yf 'l'. V. 1 f", "X, t'f', 'V , f. 1 f, 1 fy ' f nf. f, . ff, ill' ff 1 'ff rg, f, EW :74 if :Q :M ff' ,ai ' TH. 1 l f f fzfsfffz ,V f,"!,f'ff','!!!fffi1Qi Page Ons Hundred . ,. f 11455-411-ea-fff-es11ff'f-Lwfff-isgeffff 'L+-fffrr 'W ' '- fr ' -' fWf7fWfVWff7Wf77V44mMl.AD ,,,, 1 .Fr P ?l ff-'ff f 72: l F25 , l :I Q Zllenms gig LES ,1 , FY: if f Qi ll if :,: ,yj if j l', . rl 1,52 X Fx rg, F3 1321 QV We U57 bij: wi i THE TENNIS SEASON OF 1928 ,fill Although tennis has for many years been the most popular form of athletic " recreation at Goshen College, interest during the past few years has undergone a xii Qi steady and healthy growth, reaching a new high-water mark this spring. The five Q -Q courts, among the best in the county, accommodate as many as twenty players at once, gf I and at practically any time between the close of the school day and dark, a glance at ,lfji the courts will show them in full use. In fact, playing became so popular as soon as -1 weather cleared up, that the standard reservation rules of years past had to be revised :. 1 to afford opportunity for all those wishing to play. If student body and tennis interest .a continue their growth for several more seasons, steps must be taken toward the laying ,I i out of additional courts. 'Cf ' The old-time tournament interest was once more manifest, in each of the five i 1 ' tournaments staged. The n1en's singles perhaps attracted most attention, when Sam- ,ig uel Miller, freshman, and Paul Horsch, junior, fought to the finals out of twenty-six lfg , entrants. The freshman and the last year's champion played a very close match which ffl 3 ended in a victory for Horsch. The set scores were 6-4, 4-6, and 6-1. 1 The most interesting match of the tournament occurred when Jonathan Yoder lil l eliminated Leonard Kreider in the fourth round, in three very close sets that required 13 Q a total of sixty games for the decision. The set scores were 8-6, 10-12, and 13-11. It ij' 3 was the closest match in years. Nj , The men's and women's doubles, and mixed doubles have not yet been completed, 4 because of illness of some of the contestants. The women's singles was won by Ruth 1.3 3 V. Yoder vs. Pearl Detweiler. The men's doubles atfray for the class championship cup 35. seems to l.e between Kreider and Miller for the Freshmen, and Musselman and Horsch A for the Juniors, with the odds slightly in favor of the primary department. In the it Q women's doubles, the outstanding favorites are Alta Brenneman and Pearl Detweiler, 1 paired against Lois Lapp and Ruth V. Yoder. As far as the mixed doubles are con- cerned, Leonard Kreider and Ruth V. Yoder will probably meet Jonathan Yoder and , Lois Lapp in the finals. , 1. E5 ivffffkkkkfa-7',?'?f.2 ??2f2?,? kk! 277' QEZQQDM 2?,'.2f,Qf25fzyfA 7 , Lx. ,4 Ze Q Page One Hundred One Lqmgf, ffG5E,gffE,5,f,ffffg,5-4fffe.1,4ffag,g:fff.4f4.fff4,fdfff If ffff f f -fffff.f.gff f f , 'fffn4-v-1 X !VW!!f ffZ712Z4Z7V7W!Zl?M P If-A E 4 A K fW.r5ifQV'! V7 iBbpsitaI Qthucatiun In any complete system of education there are three kinds of de- velopment that must be made in order that the education may be funda- mentally sound. The primary purpose of educational institutions is to develop the abilities of the student and bring him to a realization of the full power of his capacity. If, however, the student spends all his time in the development of his mental and spiritual faculties at the expense of the physical, he may not even realize his goal because the mechanism which keeps him going has been allowed to deteriorate. The value of physical education can easily be demonstrated. There are perhaps four objects in physical education of varying importance: C11 Restoration to ,a normal, physical condition, thatis, medical or corrective gymnastics, Q25 Preservation or development of physical vigor, that is, the upbuilding of muscular, nervous, and respiratory systems, Q35 Develop- ment of skill and better control of the neuro-muscular mechanism for certain mental and moral effects, Q41 Removal of monotony-valuable for its diversion and enjoyment. The first three come directly within the scope of our program of physical education. The courses given by both the physical education di- rector of men, and the physical education director of women are outlined with the primary purpose of giving the kind of exercise that will stimulate the physiological processes, and not only build up tissue but also clean waste products from the brain and nerve cells. This will have a marked ef- fect on the mental powers and their efliciency. Physical education has had a long but rather stormy history. The early Greeks of Athens and Sparta were noted for their grace of perform- ance, beauty, and strength of body. They were interested in the physical development more for aesthetic and contest purposes. The Romans empha- sized strength and endurance, because they were primarily interested in conquests, and trained men for military purposes. The Swedes emphasize the physiological aspect so much that their work smacks much of the clinic. The Germans love the beautiful and enjoy working out intricate and fascinating drills. The Americans love peppy and progressive work. A combination of these is the ideal toward which men in the field of physi- cal education agree we must work. That is certainly the ideal for a school sponsoring a system of intra-mural athletics. In such a system, competi- tive games hold a very valuable place, for it is only in competition that the student finds himself up against a problem which requires his best for a solution. In some athletic events, like the broad or high jump, the pole vault and hurdles especially, the athlete must master himself and be adaptive to the last degree. In mass games he must learn the spirit of fellowship, self-sacrifice, and fair play. Repeatedly situations arise in a basketball game in which the golden rule must be applied and individual- ism discarded. One learns the art of taking defeat gracefully, because he has found victory in having worked faithfully toward a goal, having done his best, and acknowledging his victor the better man. During the past year much has been done toward the realization of our objects in physical education. The department has been fortunate in being furnished with a heating plant, warm and cold showers, dressing rooms for the men and women, and drinking fountain, in the gymnasium. Some very valuable equipment has been added, such as mats, a spring board, and tennis and track equipment. Fred Brenneman. f f:4w'fff,cfcc I' g " A-ZSWQ' f' Qf f 1f5,io2fif,f' ffgfifffffffxw Page One Hundred Two 4 LLEGEQLWE AS our fathers journeyed across mountain and plain with their Conestofra wagons to make their home in new lands. so we have travelled through another college year to broaden our horizon and to develop a bet- ter appreciation of life. . ! .F xii- Azria Q-' I ff "T 411-, 2 4 ' V. ,G f e . N, M,-.,..,4,, x 1 4 r 1 H if. 1 Q ru ' ,IE . r ' ' ' 4 v ZF. .lfrff . ,. . ,,,,,,,, L ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, fl 4 55 COLLEGE LIFE September 14-Cars are arriving from all parts of the United States bringing XXXXX 4 X556 XXXYNXXXX , ff' XXX? XX X XXXXI5 .QNX F 5 f, rf!! 1 ' . I ff 1 f ff 4 ff f. f Q fi ff X1 V, gf: Q, X 4 7 SQ: .QS T 4 ,Cl ,I I l. l .,,. Q, Of f. ,fy f students and many of the old friends of Goshen College. All trains are bringing good people and glad tidings from distant homes. September 15-Registration stands at two hundred. Everybody is smiling. September 16-That great parade of classes starts to move this morning at 7:50. The parade will long continue forward! Forward! September 17-Principal Ulysses "S" Grant Weaver, Captain G. F. Price, and fifty other boys and girls make a bigger and better Academy. The Y. P. C. A. term social with Howard Musselman, chairman, is the anticipation of today, the joy of to- night. President S. C. Yoder talks on "What I Would Do if I Could Go to College Again." September 18-Kulp Hall looks like the great Congress Hotel with every room lighted with a seventy-tive watt bulb. September 19-The concrete results of a college education are once more most forcibly brought to our attention by the visit of Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Burkhart, Mr. and Mrs. William Swartzendruber, and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Zook. After graduation, the same names get new degrees. September 20-President S. C. Yoder delivers a term address to the student body immediately following chapel exercises, on the subject, "Is Christianity Scientific '?" September 21-Professor Bender makes brief announcements concerning the athletic policy and our good conduct in the reading room. Mr. 'Bender says the l'OO.l1 down stairs is a reading room and not a court room. September 23-Junior men's plans which were aired this morning prove to be failures. Warren Long fmarriedj takes the Women home in his Nash sedan. The men come home in their old Fords. And they call this democracy. September 24-Fifteen men try out for membership in Male Chorus this year. William Yeager, Ora Keiser, John Burkholder, George Smith, John Hershberger, Ellis Hostetler, Arthur Blough, and Orrin Smucker made the grade and are greeted by the old members of the organization. September 25-To warm things up a bit Mr. Harry S. Roth, the Superintendent of Grounds, kindles the fire in the boilers. P. S. The first of a good year's service. September 26--New students are invited to visit the literary societies. All are urged to make "The wise choice." ' September 27-Found on registration card of Barbara Zook: Question: Give your parents' names. Miss Zook: "Mamma and papa." September 29-Adelphians triumph over the Auroras in a closely played base- ball game, 3-2. September 30-Freshmen hold an outing at College Point. They miss five bottles of pop. Cause yet undiscovered. Upper classmen suspected. October 1-Paul Horsch-Junior-went splash!-into the fountain this morning. Paul, it is claimed, drank the Freshmen's pop. Weeping in Kulp Hall. Another suit for Gi1bert's, the Cleaners. October 3-All the literary societies have refreshments after their programs. The campaign for new members begins immediately following adjournments. At the end of the day the Auroras hold a slight edge over the Adelphians while the Vesperians decidedly out-do the Avons in solicitations. October 4,-Men's Dormitory Association meets with Dean Oyer as chairman. After a discussion of the history and future plans of the organization the following officers are elected: President, Chauncey Smuckerg Secretary, Ralph Myersg Men1ber-at- large, Tilman Smith. 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I Q dj October 10-Sociology class under Professor Bender attends Indiana Social X ' Workers' Conference -at Elkhart. 'f f ,ff pi October 11-'Bible Study classes meet. 7 X f f' 4 October 12-New masculine and feminine warblers vie for A Cappella Chorus i membership in annual try out. f October 14-Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Frey and Ruth Miller leave to spend the Week- ' f , 4 4 QB if 4' end in Archbold, Ohio. jf fH October 15-President Yoder leaves for Holmes County, Ohio, where he will f f XU f X f X conduct a week's series of meetings. 1 , October 16-First Vesper service of the year. Address by R. R. Smucker on 1 4 . "Missionary Victories in India." Esther Leininger entertains Martha Yoder, Ruth Z , Heatwole, Lois Lapp, L. J. Martin, Howard Musselman, F. S. Martin, and E. J. Camp f , ij 71 at her home in Elkhart. , 4 Q: October 17-Ruth V. Yoder returns to the campus after a short vacation with ff papa and mamma in Orrville, Ohio. . f f ' ff' QQ October 18-The finance committee of the Y. M. C. A. raises S250 for redecor- 94 jj ating the men's social room, and for current local expenses. Q, October 19-Professor S. W. Witmer and Dean Oyer are in Indianapolis today fri attending a convention called by the State Board of Education. Z' October 21-The Academy Juniors and Seniors have a social down by the river. 7: . October 23-Ellis Hostetler and Ross Gerber improve their afternoon by visiting Q- old friends here in the city. 7 October 24-Russell Kaufman threw away his crutches today. He's happy. . 5 October 25-Milton Smith Qupon parting with his professor, feelinglyl "Sir, I'm ffl indebted to you for all I know." Z f, 9: Dr. Hertzler: "Pray don't mention such a trifie." ifff f: October 26-Vesperians and Avons have a conjoint meeting-a love feast. ji Z: October 27-President Yoder leaves for a week's stay in Iowa. Women's de- ,Pfi if votional held in Shoup's woods-subject-"Worshipping God." 7: October 28-Edgar C. Raine gives a highly appreciated lecture on "Alaska." if Mr. Raine is the world's greatest authority on this subject. 53 October 29-All classes out for the evening. Seniors at Vera Jane Judson's, ff Juniors at Mary Martin's, Sophomores at the College Farm, Freshmen at the gymna- if Zj sium, and the Academy students in the social room in Science Hall. It is a memorable fkf C" evening for all. October 30-A. H. Leaman of the Moody Bible Institute delivers the morning ser- fi mon- 1 1. gf October 31,-Every society is discussing Hallowe'en. in November 1-C. L. Graber leaves for two weeks' organization work in north- 1 7 l f fa 2 f 2 6Eikkkfm4f22222222f72222k2222!2kkkkkkkkifl2,31-Wkiikiiffikkkkzdiih72222 ?2ZZ22,?Q?fQZA Page One Hundred Five l.4,f,:,f,4!!bf,5fffffJf,-4-!ffff3j5!!f4-,lf4 I ffgdffxtgifff 111.-414-H!!,L,f,fEf!!!.-4-fL.fxff'ff4-4.4fff.-r-Qff74:+ffff7',HL.+v' ' cLE77+fv1. .ff Wf'7f?7WW7 WW?WW'M LE L+ 977 7177f??47f??7W77W 71 7 7 f If X, ' -Z I 7' ff, , X pf, 7, 7 f 4 f. X 7 7 X, ff 7 X 7 7 , A7 x Q4 X, , A ,X 4 Z, , 4 f 2 7' 7 4 X fi fi if 117 7 7, 7 fi if 7' 3f 7 72 ff X f 77 7 7 71 Af ff ij Q7 ff ,ff 4 iii 17 47 7 ,, ff A. 4 72 74 if 'Z ,x!y ,VO -7 ff, if 47 17 ff' Qii W 7 7, f fp if 'cf 17 Z1 7 71 Q: 7 ,QA .4 7 7:41 di 747 ,, ,g A ' i A 7 Q, i ff , vm, ff, ' 7 f 7 if X71 K7 7151 ff 'Ji L77 fx- X ff' I Z7 i7 7 , '7 ffw, ,, ,A,,, , ,,,, ,,A, ,,,,,,,, ,,,7, . , , ,, ,,,,,, 6? XV 'ffffffffffk'fff7!fffXff'f7!!ff!!!f!!!!f!,l0 DWf7f!ff!!f!f7AO?7f7!!fX'ff!! X ff 7ffZ7!!f AQ X Page One Hundred Si: 2a,5,f,577fg,53g,f77Dg,f,f77gE,5577.5,g,g,77 7765577 7 ' 777 777 I ,E 1 in ,g ff,...L....L,W77W77w77777777QM, A A ,QW77777777i777W77777W77Z 7 lg COLLEGE LIFE western states and Canada. November 2-Duck hunting is being promoted by Professors Glenn Miller and Jonathan Yoder. Tours leave before daybreak from the southwest corner of the cam- pus. Students of honorable mention are Henry Bohn, Jr., "Fat" Smith, Ezra John Camp, and Samuel Yoder. They never intended to get those ducks anyhow. November 3-The annual meeting of the "Sister's All" is now in progress- had a lovely time. Executives of the Men's Dormitory Association help the men enjoy themselves in the basement of Science Hall. November 4-Dean Oyer, Milton Smith, Tilman Smith, Willard Smith, Dorothy Smith, and Mabel Summer leave for Ashley, Michigan, to attend funeral of Mrs. D. S. Oyer. November 5-Howard Musselman, Henry Bohn, and Silas Smucker spend the week-end in Bluffton, Ohi-o. Raymond 'Book of Sterling, Illinois, is visiting on the campus. November 6-Thirty college students attend the address by Rev. Tulloss, presi- dent of Wittenberg College, at the First Lutheran Church, Sunday evening. November 7-Executive Committee of the Indiana-Michigan Mission Board meets at the College. November 8-E. F. Martin, 'Business Manager, sells his farm and equipment at public sale. No, not for the college cash register. November 9-National Education week is being observed. W. L. Adams, county superintendent, addresses the student body on "Modern Trends in Education." November 10-O. L. Walter, principal of the Goshen High School, gives an address on "Home Bettermentf' November 11-Professor Guy Franklin Hershberger attends the annual conven- tion of the World's Alliance for International Friendship through the Churches. Twenty students attend the Civic Music program at Elkhart. We observe Armistice Day-half- holiday. For once we're glad there was a war. November 14-The Auroras entertain the other literary societies in a political way. They make a session of congress real for one hour. November 15-A new bulletin board, a creation of last night, surprises the stu- dents. November l6-Rev. LeRoy Ellis, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Goshen, conducts chapel exercises. We are observing National Prayer week by special chapel talks and group prayer meetings. Rev. Ellis is spending his second year here as student. November 17-Now that the eighty foot smoke stack is connected to the boilers some students are back to their work-the fires are breathing much easier. Our sick radi- ators improve rapidly. D. J. Johns addresses the student body in devotional meeting. November 19-President Yoder attends Mission 'Board Meeting in Chicago. Ruth V. and Martha Yoder, and Elsie and Esther Yoder are dinner guests of Esther Lein- inger at Elkhart. A November 20-Ray Johns entertains Pearl Detweiler, Beatrice Hershey, Chauncey Smucker, and William Hallman. November 21-"An Evening With the Stars" was the subject of Professor B. F. Baumgardt's most entertaining lecture. November 22-A number of the professors are giving pre-Thanksgiving tests. Such exercises make post-results and general Thanksgiving more possible. November 23-The halls in Kulp Hall are being re-painted this week. All hail to the girls who made it possible. 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Aww T62 if 71 Lf XZ' V X 4 A f 4 14 ff 4 ' y fff ' X Zi .f W if J, f yj, 2 5 f 4 ,f 12' , ' 1 f I ij' A I l N 1 4 J 4 wi 'r if 1 V1 1 ffl " 1 r V. 4 lj , 1 X , X '14 Q , 5 , AAR 1 4 A , 3:1 , XM' ' r 1' ' ,. , , 41, 7 4 ,Ag ,y V I x 1 ' I 4 F ' lil AV 5? 13 if I , 1 V, , .. jr 3 I, -,, L' V' V , .f ,V ,f ,V -,,, 4 ,,,,,,,,41,,, ,f ' fy, 'ffffifxfff 'f 'fl ff' IVADLSUFPQ fmw4ff4f,fxif'zfiwyyffxffff ffffzfffffffffd 5 f f f f f f f f f f 7 4 7 X X X X f X X 5 X X 4 X 4 4 f 4 X 4 4 5 f f 3 f f f f 5 4, 7 Z 4 7 4 4 f 2 Q f 4 Z 2 f 7 f f 7 4 Z .4 Q Page One Hundred Eight 545415 nifczinatfffilijffkfifffceifffaeeefffcfidff ff ' fff:f.a5f'f-ef-Affffeifff. ffffr:-:ec.'fff:g:f.4f+e.fl4f 'I f I Mffwfwwwwlf M. A .IP , , Ll F1 HWY? Z fi Wrfwfwff COLLEGE LIFE visit the College. November 25-Madame Schumann-Heink's concert in South Bend is appreciated by fifteen college students. November 26-The gymnasium heating plant was completed and tested this morning. That makes for warmer play and exercise. November 27-The College Life barometer is now normal. We have appreciated our visitors. Our delight is in Thanksgiving. November 28-Doctors Yoder and Miller complete the physical examinations for HIGH. November 29-Ivens: I'm afraid I'm going to die. Cookie: "Why, what's the matter? Ivens: I just broke my lifetime fountain pen. December 1-Glad December is here with its anticipation of home, of vacation of Christmas and good cheer. December 2-J. L. Stauffer of the Eastern Mennonite School, Harrisonburg, Va., begins a series of evangelistic meetings at the College. A number of the students and professors of biological and physical science attend the all-day session of the Indiana Academy of Science held at Notre Dame. November 3-All old Ford drivers, which may or may not include faculty mem- bers, are inspecting the new Ford. December 4-Bishop E. L. Frey is visiting at the College. He conducted the de-- votional exercises this evening. December 5-The men of the College are installing steel lockers in the new women's dressing room. December 6-President Yoder is speaking this week at West Liberty, Ohio. December 7-Delmar Hershberger, graduate of the College last spring, is ap- pointed Junior Physicist for the Bureau of Standards at Washington. He will visit at the College and assume his position, December 19. December 8-Overcoats, icicles on the fountain, and colder weather, are a sign that skating parties are in order. l December 9-C. L. Graber, endowment campaign manager, leaves for Oklahoma and Kansas. December 10-Dr. E. H. Correll, head of the department of political science, fol- lowing the suggestion of the Chamber of Commerce, is having his classes in Principles and Problems of Economics conduct a survey of the economic value of Goshen College to the community of Goshen. December 11-Oscar Burkholder, pastor of the Mennonite Church at 'Breslau, Ontario, visits the College. December 13-C-hapel exercises held in gymnasium. Male Chorus sings to test the building's fitness as an auditorium. December 15-Rev. D. Park Lantz, missionary to South America, conducts chapel service. i December 16-Goshen College spirit is demonstrated this morning in preparations which broke all previous records by events which resulted in the sale of six hundred eighty annuals. "The 'Better Book of '28" will be distributed more widely and more generously than any Maple Leaf has been. The Sophomore Men's Debating Team de- feats the Freshman Team. December 17-Professor Lehman: "Horsch, name some of the heavenly bodies." Horsch: "Blondes and Brunettes." rfffffffjikk2kkkiikkkfkkkkikkkk7722722A42.92:V2f?22fQZ72!22,?ZVffkijkf32,?22222,?ffffffA Page One Hundred Nine I V H 1. V, I w 1 f , Mm?-',,+U. fmtch, ,,,f,,,,U 7FA,, TM , M-L, A M V, ,., ff 1f'T1,FffA H "" ' '4i:.Mw,."fm ' H-H fwfr li ,,,,,, fvl , , , , .,. 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Z December 20-The choruses have a dress rehearsal. Marion Schertz, Samuel Y i, Yoder and Vera Cressman, who tied for first prize in the Maple Leaf subscription con- '7 Q test, receive t-en dollars each. W1 jf December 21-A Christmas tree standing in the ice of the frozen fountain lil fl pedestal is a beautiful new feature of Christmas on the campus. The chorus or- :fi jf ganizations give a program of Christmas music. There is a capacity crowd of ap- A53 A preciative friends. s ffl. W 1 ,. Qt December 22-What we call the "other parts of the world" are now being made lim ifjv brighter by the smiling faces of two hundred school boys and girls who have re- if ff turned home to make much Christmas cheer. We wish the World a Merry Christmas Xj. f and a Happy New Year fl 7 . VO 4' December 23-Most all the students sleep at home. Breakfast, dinner, and sup- ,Q f 'f per-unusual. . 1 Q December 28-R. R. Smucker, Mary Fretz, William Hallman, Mary Wenger, and if Beatrice Hershey are Goshen College representatives at the Annual Convention of the f Student Volunteers of America held in Detroit, December 28 to January 1. Q54 Q' December 29-Paul Horsch to Bill Hallman: "Bill, how far is Guernsey from lf Winnipeg ?" 14 lljf Sam Yoder: "That depends on which pasture you put her." 12nd prize April ff Joke Contest, by Milton Smith.J i fi December 30-Professor in Astronomy: "Wh91'8 is the north pole?" f ' Ezra Camp, half asleep: "I don't know, I told "Fat" to bring it to class." if ffl January 2-Life is again starting to make tracks and squeaking noises in the jf IZ, shivering snow. X' January 3-Cars from the east are arriving hourly but those coming from Illinois Q X4 and Iowa are delayed. It is a cold day to leave the family Fireside. ff January 4-The long procession of 1928 classes starts to parade this morning. January 5-Two cars of junior and senior men arrive from Illinois. Late-ex- K7 cuse justifiable. January 6-S. M. Kanagy head of the Mennonite Home Mission in Chicago ar- lj j 7 rives to assume duties as special instructor in the well attended Special Bible Term V7 School. Professor H. S. Bender and C. L. Graber leave for Orrville, Ohio, to attend Sun- fl 4, day School conference. 'I V January 7-Male Chorus presents a half hour program of sacred music at the fl ' .11 Methodist Church. A' f,4, I' f Z, January 8-Thirty college students attend Methodist revival meetings. 21 January 9-The get-acquainted social for the short term students is on. Dean ' 4 qi Oyer and C. L. Graber speak. Leroy Hostetler gives rural routes or street numbers if, 'CA' of the new students along with colorful personal histories. " f January 10-President S. C. Yoder attends the General Missionary Conference f at Atlantic City, New Jersey. - ,yy January 11-The Junior Debating Team wins the Junior-Senior Debate. The Annual debating score for the Juniors is now marked with three capital "V's." January 12-Freshmen and Juniors are now carrying away the Christmas tree 523 and store box ashes of last night's bon-fire. Mr. Powers, Methodist Evangelist, con- 3 li ducts chapel services. '4 f .1 vf Ze ff--f . D-:M ........... ..... ,.....,.,,, . , , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ifffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffl-92,9DVffffffffffffffffffffffVfff'7 af, vffffi Qiavffaw Page One Hundred Eleven ,-,A Y Y Y, A , , W- ,, , , , 1-M ,W -f-M -4- F'-Y, f---A ff-v-A ,, ,-L-v-V , , 'I gf ,. ,.. , ,V ,,., V, V -gf-,111 A ' I 'A LQQQQ, ,1l?4.L-fi? As. 0 mf 4 ff "' f"7' ' r1'l A-----..- ,,-,! fV,,g,Y 1 5,47 1 1 . ,M ' l I4"' ' ' nfl wif! H f Hg, HA M M L, U 7 ., , wt ' I MA. 1 Qs' AN ju' iw wi -. 5' . 14 A V1 ' 4, ,, W, V 4 Hi M, , I, J Iii 1 M fl' N ,' Nl ' 14 - fffl WA .N M? A inf I TE 'w , . 9, ,NH ,VH4 ww, . VL wx , lm' 1 ti J .l' ' 5 . rw 1 , M, Q51 wi, , r M51 1 1:13 it 9 if IVA :M 'ikff D: A. rfj lx jr lx :WN H Y if Yi ' 1 4 1 M' sd? l if 1 Ei! Q-ggqqgg - f V-:Q WW, V , L gA AA TA g 4 MM ,L Mgt - , , J, IQ PUIJL' One Hundred Twelve . .-4-A-r ff,-1353 qv' ffwfff f fgfgf cfim g g ,CF li ?" fQ li COLLEGE LIFE January 13-The Schnabel Studio is working patiently getting hundreds of in- dividuals "all set" for thirty-odd pictures. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Frey return to their home in Archbold, Ohio, owing to severe illness of Mr. Frey. Edna C-ook, Verna Graber, Howard Musselman, Warren Long, Milton Brunk, Ada Lapp, and Irene Zook of the Oral Expression class give a program assisted by the Ladies' Chorus. January 14-The Goshen Chamber of Commerce issues a statement endorsing the campaign for an endowment of S150,000 for Goshen College and appeals to the en- tire community to contribute. Mrs. Glenn Miller gives a birthday party in honor of Hilda Byler. January 15-Raymond Yoder: Isn't it funny that after a boy gets his B. A. and M. A., his P. A. still supports him. January 16-Bishop J. A. Heatwole of LaJunta, Colorado, who is visiting his daughter, Ruth, conducts chapel services. January 17-Twenty-five men visit the College today. These brethren represent the Indiana-Michigan Conference Mennonite Aid Association. The president, D. W. McKibben presides at the meeting. ' January 28-Male Chorus sings at the Methodist Church. A number of girls sacrifice study periods. They show a remarkable interest in-ah-music. January 19-Dr. Amos Showalter, Goshen Alumnus, and authority in liver- worts, is visiting the College. He gives a highly appreciated lecture to the science students in Aurora Hall. January 20-Lew Sarett, poet, woodsman, university professor, and lecturer, de- livers his most noted lecture, "Slow Smoke." He says in closing, "I have sensed at Goshen College a high type of moral character, the spirit of true religion, and the lack of smartaleckism and sophistication." January 21-Professor H. S. Bender gives a talk on "Mennonism in Switzerland" followed by an illustrated travel talk. , January 22-R. R. Smucker delivers a sermon at Vesper services. Special music is presented by the Male Chorus. January 23-I. Z. Musselman of Orrtanna, Pennsylvania, is visiting his son and daughter, Howard and Mary. Mr. Musselman gives a birthday dinner party in honor of Howard. Ruth Miller, Henry 'Bohn, Martha Yoder, Ruth V. Yoder, Milton B1-unk, and Mary Musselman are guests. Father and son will leave tomorrow to spend several days in Chicago. January 24-Professor B. F. Hartzler and Beulah Smith present music recital. January 25-Dean Oyer returns. He with C. L. Graber, O. O. Miller, and I. W. Royer were principal speakers in all day programs given at Kitchener and St. Jacobs, Ontario, and several points in Ohio and Illinois. January 26-Using the words of professors, "The best debate of our years," the Freshman-Sophomore women's debate results in a victory for the verdant Freshmen. Teams are supported by a demonstration of class loyalty. January 27-Fifty members of student body and faculty hear St. Olaf's Choir in South Bend. January 28-President S. C. Yoder gives an illustrated lecture at the Christian Workers Band meeting on "Our Central American Neighbors." Fannie Miller of Arch- bold, Ohio, visits friends. January 30-I. W. Royer, Orrville, Ohio, visits his daughter Mary. C. L. Graber is home from a speaking tour in Canada and Illinois. Vi! ff w 'ui ij V 1' V, J: i. ,fl ,. N, . V x 55? 7 Q21 , 'i rl it lf ' ,Egg 'i . 4 J" 'ii 14,12 14 .VU i ffl , '1 .fl iffl 1 1 LQ if A .fl r',4 ,fi f if l l ,L . 2' 1 4 I . ri ,MH AL. ,, , .If X4 I ' 1 r l S M fi il J! . 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Freshmen look pale, upper classmen despair, Faculty for once has perfect roll calls. February 1-Arthur Bough, bass, accompanied by Cecil K. -Bender at the piano, if presents a program to the pupils of the Goshen Junior Hlgh School. February 2-Professor D. A. Lehman, instructor of Mathematics and Astronomy, returns from Colorado to resume his work. Paul Horsch in Goshen Daily News-Times writes: "Students are in final throbs of examination week. After one o'clock today, the weal and woe of two hundred students will be at the discretion of a merciful HJ faculty." February 3-Paul Horsch visits brother in Chicago. Earl Byler slips home to mamma and papa for a day or two. We greet fourteen new students who cast their jf lot with, us at Goshen for the second semester. Allbert L. Stump, noted lecturer, de- jf livers an entertaining 'and instructive lecture on the subject, "Bobby Burns." 13,1 February 4-Professor H. S. Bender leaves for Hesston, Kansas, to deliver several addresses at the Christian Life Conference at that place. if February 5-Frances Loucks, Lois and Ada Lapp, Esther Brenneman, and Edna If Guengerich were dinner guests at the home of Gladys Honderich. Clara Schertz and Arlene Yoder visit friends at Bluffton College. Professor and Mrs. Ira Franck, Prof. B. If F. Hartzler, Milton Smith, Edna Cook, and Hilda Byler are dinner guests at the B. J. Schertz home. if February 6-Enrollment for second semester stands at 191-time for lunch. Mr. if and Mrs. Roth entertain six college girls. February 7-Men's Dormitory Council, an invisible but potent organization, meets ff at 6:45. , if February 8-Looking into the future jf A Jester: Howard, what will be your life's vocation? if Howard Schertz: "Well, ...,.......,................ if I farm then what will "Dime" do? i6 fFirst prize-April Contest ,..,................ Esther Leininger.J February 10-The Vesperian Literary Society entertains the Adelphian, Avon jk and Aurora societies at a much enjoyed Valentine program followed by a delightful tea. 3,31 Adelia Hostetler is toast-mistress. Edna Cook, Ralph Fisher and Merrill Ivens give rn-ost interesting toasts. Come again Vesperians! Come again! . February ll-Milton Smith. Ezra Camp and Fred 'Brenneman are in Illinois for the week-end. V fh February 12-Alice Aeby and Barbara Hershberger spend week-end visiting in Chicago. February 13-Mark Smucker is credited with the remarkable discovery that 5000 miles of razor blades laid end to end would reach all the way from New York to San Fmancisco. I February 14- QL Dee: What do you think about? Zeke: Nothing at all. Dee: Don't you ever think of me? Zeke: Yes, all the time. if A February 15-We experience the greatest drive of all the years. Annual Y. P. C. A. drive lasts but a few minutes and results in contributions by visiting ministers, lj faculty, and loyal students amounting to S3,800.00. These occasions make Goshen Col- lege permanent in the minds of youth. February 16-Forty-five bishops, ministers, deacons, from the east and west, if and nearer home are enrolled in the special Minister's Week sessions. February 17-Paul Erb, Dean of Hesston College, conducts chapel exercises. jf rf ffffffffffffffffffmfffffffffffffdfkkkk2,Q5Vfikflifkkkkkkiffkffb ?222QQyQ2 2,?,f2if72i5 Page One Hundred Fiftnmz ww +1..f1+i --- Z 3 ' W3 ' Tivnrlf' f A LQ Big YAQQX, '7 Of Arn, Yxgfffivl- 1 27' V451---v-1, . - ,, ., -A .Y F ,-QA, 4. .. All, ,' T1 ,Q f f F , V V YIM, I yi. 1, 5 I fqli ,fl . W r E W' Ili 1 Y, 11: Q' j. V UA , H! ,Q W 14 M N., '1 f 11 1 if H w,,, V 1 M , 5 , J 1 W f V , I gf V lin wsu.. ? iii? I 151 QW V 5 M lip W F lf? J ,I W 211 f H3 Vial Hi? E, Arl g N: v M 5 M NJ, UL! V 'M W lil ,- V '4 , , . Y , 4 Q1 , 4 1 'fm-'l,g,f,g, L, H 'rf Pugr Om' Hundrfd Si.1'tf'en f,g,5fg44ngi,fffCg,55ffx..:.4fffefefff'siaff.' ff ffhfmf.ffff4wv Leaf-sffffe.4er-frm wffe.a'ff+e4 Hsin fair fffzbe-I +1555 , , ff, Wff7W7WW eM A3511 A ff f I p,jQZ?7??WXWVVffff 1 ,,,,, ,,,, ,...., - , V..... .,VL - Ls. - , I X 7 COLLEGE LIFE February 18-From one thousand miles or nearer people are coming to attend the Annual Christian Life Conference. First session today. February 19-Sunday School expands to unequaled propo1'tions. Results of Christian Life Conference. February 20-Leaders are busy you know. At three and four and five o'clock this morning, ministers leave for Texas, Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, etc. February 21-C. F. Yake, Scottdale, Pa., editor of the "Youth's Christian Com- panion" addresses students in Aurora Hall. C. L. Graber return trip through the East. He reports substantial contributions to the Endowment Fund and that numbers of students are planning to attend Goshen College next year. s from a four week's February 22-Fred Brenneman, athletic director, lectures on sportsmanship and basketball. February 23-Rev. J. A. Beery, evangelist, speaks at devotional meeting. Irene Slagel, Louella Eash, Betty Burkholder, and Wilbur Huneryager, voice students of Pro- fessor Hartzler, present public recital. February 24-Professor and Mrs. Ira S. Franck entertain Willard, Tilman, and Milton Smith. Esther Leininger entertains four students at dinner in her home in Elkhart. February 27-"Everything comes to him who eats hash." February 28- Ellis: "Got your Trig. Abe?" Abe: "Yep, I've got it all here in a nutshell." X Ellis: "Oh, you've memorized it, have you Y" 3rd prize in April Contests-Silas Smucker. February 29-Born-fine new Science C-lub, with forty-odd members. Professor Miller addresses first meeting. March 1-Dr. E. H. Correll leaves to lecture at Chicago University on "Economic Aspects of Exclusive Agricultural Religious Groups." Inter-class basketball tournament results in victory for the Freshman class. March 2-Professors G. F. Hershberger and H. S. Bender leave to attend the peace conference held this week in Chicago. Classes use open evening for parties. Soph- omores and Seniors are entertained at the home of Silas Smucker. Juniors make their own fun in the social room of Science Hall. Barbara Zook entertains a group of fresh- man girls. It is diiiicult to say what befalls the academy students. March 3-Rev. A. H. Leaman, Mrs. Leaman, Cleland and Eunice Leaman, and Margaret Anderson of Chicago are spending the week-end here. Rev. Leaman speaks to the Christian Workers' Band. March 4-Rev. Leaman speaks at the regular monthly Vesper service. March 5-George F. Morse, eminent zoologist and curator of Boston Zoological Park, gives an entertaining and instructional lecture of first rate to the largest crorwdi of its kind in four years history of Goshen College. Balcony and main iioor are crowded. Chorus organization gives an hour's program at the new Church of the Brethren. March 6-Willard Smith returns from a three day busness trip to Ashley, Michigan. March 7-r-.Paul Horsch fwhile waiting at double crossing for freight to passi: "Boys, Why not pull across this one track and keep it clear at least." March 10-Sam Yoder fwhile waiting on freight trainlz "Say, I'll bet they're hauling something in there." March 11-Today brings visitors from afar. Millers, Rohrers, and Masts from Ohio, Shellenbergers from Kansas, Fortner's from Illinois, and Bontragers from Iowa. 5... ...., ., ..,. ..... ......,.., . . ,,,. , ...YY . 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Election of oliicers follows-results: President, J. Forrest Kanagyg Secretary, Allen Ebersoleg Treasurer, F. S. Martin. The Y. W. C. A. elects Pearl Det- weiler, President, Mary Royer, Secretary, and Ardis Ebersole, Treasurer. March 16-Dean Oyer attends meeting of North Central Association of Colleges. Professor Hartzler returns after brief illness. March 17--'Bluffton Glee Club members visit friends on the Campus. The Freshmen nose out the Juniors in an overtime basketball game 26-22. Exciting ?-ooooh! March 18-Fifty students attend the program of the Bluffton College Glee Club at the Eighth Street Mennonite Church. March 19-Work is being started on the tennis courts. An active tennis season is just around the bend. March 20-Among the members of the Record Staff it is known that the women will put out the next issue. Men are in great need of a vacation. We wonder if it is a challenge. March 21-Audubon society inaugurates a contest in the identification of birds. Does a bald eagle have hair on the top of its head? Dr. E. H. Correll speaks to'Men- nonite Historical Society in Assembly Hall. March 22-Professor Noble Kreider, instructor in piano at the College, delivers a lecture on the appreciation of music. March 23-The event of all events 'of the year, the Junior-Senior banquet, goes down in history. Much preparation-unusual appreciation. Donald Smucker unwill- ingly indulges in midnight walk in the country. March 24-Floyd Moore and Elam Zimmerly are recuperating after a strenuous snipe hunt last night. March 26-Esther Leininger had spent the noon hour looking for "Fat" Smith. Finally she was heard to say, "I want 'Fat' Smith." Edna Cook: "Well you can have him." March 26-Dr. A. C. Yoder of Goshen, our special friend, addresses the Science Club of the College. Even the dullest see through the "Chemistry of Digestion." March 27-With two hundred and fifty magnificent painted slides, Dr. Frederick Vining Fisher, renowned orator, lecturer, and traveler, brings "Ultimate America" to us, an America so grand and so powerfully attractive. March 28-The Chorus organizations of the College present their annual spring concert to several hundred music lovers who crowd the Assembly Hall. March 29-The big bus pulls in at 12:35 to carry the chorus boys away. They are off at one o'clock. We cheer and sing the College Song-the girls rush down to the arch. The Glee Club is off to meet the thousands-our friends and supporters. March 30-A new addition of Webster's according to Don Smucker: Boys, why didn't we add more stops on our initiary fitineraryl. I wonder where all the people are who live in this tenintated district. While speaking to his host on Sunday at dinner, "You say you are an assayer fassessorj- of taxes." They sure have a lot of consolation fconsolidatedl schools in this country. Page One Hundred Eighteen 77 X!!! fl ' f 1 ,f f fi 4 ,Cx f f f .1 ry V7 if X ff F L4,fDf,4!!!ggi:,54'!C,1:,f,f!ffi3j-,f!.-.s-.-L,f' -Enid! "A-4-4.01.5-gm-ff, " "' ,-t,.i.ff,ff,.b5c,f' " ',yf,ttd,y , ',f, awk, ,lv 1 'f,,A-,gg ,lf fl, 1 f I DCE. , s s lla if 7: i7 X , . K I ' v ' I jj' COLLEGE LIFE 1 X f ly ' 71 March 31-Chorus bus leaves Allen Ebersole in Marion, Ohio. Mistake discovered ,ji Qi too late. He catches up in three hours and it takes three more to cool his ire. if April 3-Eggs for breakfast. yi April 4-Vacation is given an early start. Many students are rushing off for ' home this afternoon. The air is filled with Easter happiness. April 5-Those that are in Goshen watch for the telegrams from the Male llfj 6 fy Chorus. Z. April 6-Good Friday is not so delightful. It rains for the Chorus. April 7--Chorus member, George Smith, loses his sideburns. They were just an pjjl fri experiment. 1. ,lfifi April 8-Joy! Joy! Joy! Easter's here. Scores of college students are home to fl, boost their congregations--young people's meetings. fi j 7,51 April 9-It's time to start "to get going" for school. April 10-With a shower of good mornings, school starts on the last hop to N51 Calf victory and commencement. Q V April ll-Dean Oyer has a birthday. April 12-The men are back. Professor Hartzler is still with them. Now let's f 'lj catch up on these appointments. 'QQ April 13-Professor Enss of Hesston College lectures on "Russia, the Home of ,VAX I 7 Mennonites for a Century and a Half." yi! ,f April 15-College Choruses sing at Vespers and Professor Enss speaks. Choruses also sing at the Rock Run church. ' April 16-Sophomore women take the honors in women's basketball. I April 18-Howard Musselman speaks to the Science Club on 'tThe Warblers of 1,4 . 1' Northern Indiana." Some bird. ffl 71 April 20-Ralph Holdeman wins fifteen dollars in Discussion Contest, F. S. Mar- if I tin wins ten dollars, and John Bender wins five. The winners talked most interestingly 1 l on "Penning for Gold," "Progress in Aviation" and "Styles and Fashions." ' ,ff April 21-Fishermen Paul Horsch and L. J. report that all the fish that com- ' iff monly reside in the waters near Goshen have gone down to Elkhart to the Annual fl QQ Fish Races. kli ' April 22-College Choruses sing at the Christian Church in Goshen. if Qi April 23-Eighteen students abandon the dining hall and choose to eat steak on :lf .J Q52 sticks. Remember, that is a sign of spring. QL April 24-We get a new schedule. Classes start at 7:30, one hour and a half ' Q. fi for lunch. The last period bell rings just before sundown. ' 1. April 30-If you have the "flu", you should not attend classes. We have heard 1 il M: that numbers have taken advantage of the announcement. ll aj May 1-Esther Leininger, Milton Smith, and Silas Smucker each get a dollar as ,N j 51 first, second, and third prize winners of the April Joke Contest. Associate Editor, Mus- aj 4 selman, has charge of the ceremony. jf fi 2: May 2-Professor Witmer speaks to the Science Club. Some people are still ,jj rushing around trying to avoid the "flu"-others wait on the aiiiicted. if' Z' May 3-Mr. Jacob Brenneman and family of Alberta, Canada, who visited here Z: for a few days, leave with their son and our student prince "Rockie", Fred, to attend the jjj Mission Board Meeting in Ohio. my Qjj May 4-The printer is waiting for the last line of the "Better Book of '28." The f fi 21, following is the forecast until these school days are over. The above is all past. I 1 fl Z: wait here with my watch glass, the future month passes before my eyes. Thirty days L ,U I see at a glance. I write as the scenes before me are spread. Ai EZ 76 ..,, as ,..,,,. ,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,.,., .,.,,,, , 1 Z Vffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffk2,93riff?7222f2!f27?22f7f22222222QQZQQZZZLQZAQ Page Om' Humlrwl .X'1nvnv-u ,. f,. ,X ,X ., ,VX ff 1 lf! ' ' ' '1 , A6fE'EQf6d"fj1'if,512-ifliagiylffffrzf4zfzQfwfzfzZ2f122 fl , Q 0 COLLEGE LIFE if . I May 7-The professors will see the first marked signs of a welcome springtime- ff spring fever. if May 8-The spring showers make a few anxious about mushroom hunting. 17 May 9-We want dandelion for dinner. May 11-Prophecy-Four boys shall be caught down town beating 1'Llg'S. May 12-Folks will begin to talk seriously about the visitors that will be here in just a few weeks. Some of the men will be making appointments for commencement week. May 134Although the spring chickens are very young at this time of the year, lf, a few will have unusual dinners at Johns', Miller's or Henry's. ifl May 15-We want a weeks vacation. Got to go home and take care of the If vegetables. Qff May 22-The vacation was grand. The vegetables are all gone, along with the first strawberries and all that and all that. -Better try a week's vacation for vour health. We Want two engagements announced in a big way-suppose we get it. ' May 25-We want a party. We want a big fire and lots of eats. if May 26-We want to go to the Sand Dunes and kick sand and see the great if phenomenon. LQ May 27-We want ice cream for dinner. If you please, we will have some more ff in the evening. 'X May 28-Let's get together and study. ' May 29-Seniors want to be excused from exams. They should learn not to beg if in their latter days. June 1-Academy class program will be given this evening. if June 2-XVe want to see a thousand people from-away off some where. And a few others. Remember the Chorus program. Lf June June June June tonight. June 34Baccalaureate Sermon will be preached by President S. C. Yoder. 1 4 o-Alumni banquet. Men's Chorus will give a program in afternoon. ' 6-Commencement exercise. The day is full and the door will not be locked ,X ff 7-"Highways are happy days." "Goshen College we love thee." Z ' f fx f if The excellent services of the oificiaux of Goshen College have won, and have in- 1:2 deed deserved, the highest regard of the student body. ly, V .Q ff',f,ff." ,X . , 1 , 7 ,,f .X ff 7 f 9 . 7 7 ? 4 I '.i" 'fvffuffafffffflv2,8QVfffffffffffffffffffffffVfffffffffffffffffAQ Page One Hundred Tzrcnty . 4 4 2 5 -College Senior Class program. 'Q -4 Z f . :A OFFICIAUX Zu Lf? '4 ,Q ,,, 4 my .f .Q 7 if r ' ' ' 1 Dr. E. L. HAY G0 fe the Dentist OIYUIPI3 X-RAY Candy KIICIIGI1 Room 20 f01' HAWKS-GORTNER BUILDING Home-made Candies and Goshen, Indiana ICC Cream Office 152L - Phones - Res. J 152 Main and Clinton Streets The Smith-Clark Co. HOME OUTFITTERS Furniture, Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums DRAPERIES AND WINDOW SHADES A SPECIALTY WE CAN FURNISH YOUR HOME IN AN ATTRACTIVE BUT INEXPENSIVE MANNER. OUR STOCK IS COM- PRISED OF MANY BEAUTIFUL SUITES AND PIECES THAT WILL OUTLAST A LIFETIME. TERMS TO SUIT. Phone 371 210 So. Main Stl. Hawks-Kauffman Hardware Co. Established 1855 '- 112-116 East Lincoln Ave. Phone 3 A Good Instrument and a Good Teacher Assures a musical success. Our Pianos are dependable. Prices are Right. Terms reasonable. Come and hear the wonderful orthophonic, Victrola and Victor records. Yours for 55 years ROGERS 8: WILSON il Culp Funeral Home 311 South Main Street ' EPH CULP gl SONS Established 1863 A SUPERIOR AMBULANCE SERVICE SIGMUND SORG J e zo e I e 1' 1ST WITH THE LATEST 116 So. Main GOSHEN, IND. CONGRATULATIONS to all the Graduates. We take this opportunity to express our best wishes to all the students and faculty. May we serve you in the future? Please remember us, we appreciate your patronage. Wait for Dr. M. L. Smith's new book with its thrilling, dashing ro- mances, "Tales of Terror," "Behind the Firing Line," etc. Inspiration re- ceived from working half a day in Kulp Hall. Professor Hartzler got a new pair of shoes. Henry Bohn excitedly re- marks: "That is why that big herd of cattle passed the college the other day." Prof. Witmer: "The muscles of the body had better be gotten out of a book." John Lehman: "Do you mean the drawings ?" N I f11in-n1n1 i1n: u F. N. I-Iascall Co A DECORATING PICTURE FRAMING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Students invited to visit our store while waiting for cars Opposite Interurban Station. D. S. RIGGLE Plumbing 81 Heating 228 S. Main Street Phone 71 Compliments of Goshen Sash E6 Door Co. ESTABLISHED 1869 GOSHEN, INDIANA, U. S. A. BEYER BROS., Goshen Deahl ef Deahl "The House of Service" Af'f0fHeYS WHOLESALE Phone 44 GROCERIES AND PAPER Goshen, Indiana N i J f - E x FOR YOUR Clothing and Heberdashery Needs FASHION-PARK CLOTHES INTERWOVEN SOC-KS B T DO BS HA S ALLEN-A UNDERWEAR ARROW SHIRTS KOHLER 6? CHAMPION The Newell Bros. Co. "The Store on the Square" NOW READY Complete showing of Clothes and Dress Accessories FOR SUMMER WEAR FRANK AND FRANK Gruen and Elgin Wrist Watches C f , 21 6 - " " if Q m i l f A :Q M 1- Mfegzas se SPECIAL MEALS Sheaffer Life Time Pens Phone 301 Opp. Court House 106N M . St G h I d. KRUG Ee CROWELL ' am " OS en, H lam SQUARE DEAL JEWELERS R e ez d t h e COLLEGE RECORD A MONTHLY STUDENT PUBLICATION PORTRAYING THE SPIRIT AND ACTIV- ITIES OF THE COLLEGE. Keep in Touch with your Alma Mater ONE YEAR 31.00. TWO YEARS 31.75 :I GOOD TEETH The News Bookstore The place of bespeak REAL SERVICE GOOD BREEDING for the Choicest and Latest in Books, Stationery, and self I'6Sp6Ct Loose Leaf Books, Fountain Pens, Desk Sets, Kodaks, Mottoes and DR- E- A- CARPENTER Greeting Cards for all 125 E. Lincoln Ave. Phone 564 0CCf1ISi0HS BEA TIF L HOMES for sale at all times in RACEMERE MANOR ADDITION just across the street from Goshen College Smokers LUMBER COMPANY Permanent and substantial beauty is expressed in every line of our homes. You will be pleased with the exceptional advantages, comforts and conveniences found in the interior arrangements. Not only will you find them attractive and practical to live in, but the beautiful surroundings and wonderful environment in which they are placed will appeal to even those not interested in nature. They are located on the banks of the Goshen Canal, giving one the advantages of a summer home as well as one for winter. See us before buying. SMOKER LUMBER COMPANY MR. AND MRS. ROY SHOUP New Paris, Indiana Gosh-en, Indiana Phone 7911 Phone 1062R 'ras . LY Fnlli vn L. SIMON CO. gbgavgg, HART SCHAFFNER 8: MARX SPRING SUITS - -I -L ll Fr-e,5H,NeESE 9528.50 532.50 837.50 , KNOX HATS Exclusive at HEI HES N0BLE,S FLORS MSO L ,,,,,-,. - .. - .1 Purina Whole Wheat Bread Eating Wakarusa Bread is like lov- ing an old maid-you cannot over do it. We App1'er-inte Your Patrmzaign WAKARUSA BAKERY E. J. HIRSEMAN, Prop. H' 0' Green Coal L. J. Martin ef Bm. Ei Supply Co GOSHEN, INDIANA Exclusive Agents. for Anaconda Fertilizers Fo: Painting and Wall Paper We thank the Administration and individuals for previous cooperation. American Milling Co. Feeds Gas House and Salvory Coke Hard and Soft Coal Cor. 1135 S. 8th Goshen, Indiana Corner Gth and Clinton Phone 968 COMPLIMENTS OF Goshen Sash 69" Door Co. ESTABLISHED 1869 m L 'wnmns Cafe THE STUDENTS' FAVORITE A. V. HARTER SPORTING GOODS Wholesaler and Retailer - N 'xy W ix. 5 V .-2 059 I XX H , ' 'iii ,Q MCKAYS MILLER. HESS Sz CO., AKRON, PA. Patent Leather Sandal Gunmetal Front Strap Both firms un er one mana,emen . e iveries i A. N. WOLF SHOE CO.. DENVER, PA. Patent Leather Tie Gunmetal Trim d 1: t D l n four to live weeks. Samples and prices on reque t THE HIGHLAND SHOE CO., AKRON. PA., DISTRIBUTORS Jolly Good Juvenzle Shoes From behind a dish of corn flakes, "Say! the water was cold in East Hall this morning. How was it over there 7" Hostess: "I don't know." Cecil Kolb Bender, lst prize February contest. Gentleman, approaching lady: "Say, Miss, I'd like to have a date for- Lady, interrupting: "Why, I thought you were married or at least middle aged." Gentleman, in a stuttering tone: "W-W-Why, Miss, I've just been sick that's all." Ralph Myers, 2nd prize February contest. There are two kinds interest Personal and 4 per cent We Pay Both City National Bank The Bank with the Chimes Clock Luncheon Service Sodas New City Drug Store E. J. Erickson, Ph. G. Opp. Int. Station South Main St. Goshen, Indiana Phone 172 We Deliver Cigars Candy "' 1 ALDERMAN'HOTEL GOSHEN, INDIANA DR. A. C. YODER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 113 South Fifth Street Hours: 10 a.m. to 12 m.g 1 to 6 p.m. Evening hours by appointment only W. O. VALLETTE M. D.. D. D. S. Special Rates on all Classes -Jf Dental Work to Students CALL 25 or 406 OFFICE 113 SO. FIFTH ST. H o iE5EEOEii1NRN's The Shop for Tires, Tubes and Service NENV-WAY VULCANIZING Main and Jefferson Sts. Phone 184 Opposite Interurban Station. Gilbert's Dry Cleaning Co. Phone 463 125 E. Lincoln Ave. SALEM BANK BUILDING KUPPENHEIMER CLOTHES STETSON HATS WILSON BROS. HABERDASHERY r- I College Trade Appreciate-d. Hudson 1 Essex HENRYS TEA ROOM S A L E S A Good Place zo Ear and S E R V I C E Corner Sth and Madison POPULAR PRICES 110 Jefferson Goshen, Ind. SE5 ICE Fort Wayne- outh Bend Moron COACH SERVICE I I l'.' CHARTER A PRIVATE CAR FOR THAT TRIP "Keep Your Crowd 7'nqr2t7m1"' Bus Terminal 211 West Berry Street Fort Wayne, Indiana IINIIIIDIIANA SHEWMQHE QOTIRQIIIDOIRATIION ELECTRIC RAILWAYS MOTOR COACH LINES LIGHT AND POWER Beckvs Drug and Book RICHMONDS CLOTHES St 322.50 Ore for Collegve Men THE PENSLAR STORE Represented by Opposite Court House C. F. Garringes Goshen Indiana Goshen N. Main St. H l 1 1 I ,A 1741 1400 QOQLTU Hg 05.3" sznN'io0.4M Q19 054: Y CHRISTIAN Institution devoted to the training A -if of young men and women for Christian Service gg. f in the active pursuits of life. It has a faculty of Christian Men and Women 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, Bible, Academy. Reasonable rates, excellent environment, connnodious buildings, ample laboratory and library facilities, and beautiful campus. For Catalog and Further Information Addr-ess G. F. HERSHBERGER, Secretary, or S. C. YODER. President Goshen College Goshen, Indiana Qin Qtpprerizriiriil A final word of appreciation is due to those who have contributed to the success of this book. To Harold S. Bender, our advisor, who has given us helpful sugges- tions and criticism, to the business men who have helped to make possible this publication by their advertisements, and to those who have contributed articles, we are truly grateful. HTHE STAFF. q i - A Strong Friendly Bank Under State Supervision ,'f' 7 What a Good Bank Connection Can Do One way to test the value of a good bank connection, is to open a Checking Account with this bank. Such an account will not only offer you the safest and most business-like way of handling your personal funds-but our cooperation will demonstrate the many ways a good bank can prove a friend in deed. Your Checking Account is Invited. The State Bank of Goshen Established Fifty Years Ago Capital S100,000.00 . n . ..-J DR. S. T. MILLER PHONE J or L 399 DR. C. R. WEAVER Osteopath PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON X-Ray Laboratory 506 South Second Street ELKHART, INDIANA HAWKS-GORTNER BLDG. Elkhart Welding Ei Boiler Works, Inc. We Furnished Heating Plant for the College Gymnasium. ELECTRIC WELDING Oxy-Acetylene Welding and Cutting Boiler Repairing of All Kinds New and Second-Hand Boilers and Machinery Sheet Metal Work A2132 South Main Street Phone 3008 ELKHART, INDIANA Blough Bros. Ei Mehl Hardware Co. GENERAL HARDWARE AND SPORTING Goons I 118 s. Main st. Phone 390 THE CREAM SUPREME Maple City Ice Cream Co. When you think of Parties think of us C. J. BONTRAGER 8z SON, PHONE 186 g 1 1 1 f 1 The Goshen Milk Condensing Co. Mall Llf3CtL11'91'S of MILK PRODUCTS AND ARTIFICIAL ICE Goshen, Indiana The Philadelphia House of Purity HOME-MADE Ice Cream and Candies College Trade Solicited 110 South Main St. PHONE 49 , f X evzn ui Q retz OPTICIAN OPTOMETRIST GOSHEN M- INDUANA Men's Wear HIGGINS 81 SNYDER Trade IfWth the Boys BICYCLES Sundries and Repairs Students Trade Solicite-d LEW MILLER 112 E. Washington Street GOSHEN Professor: "I'll either have to get rid of this cold or get a clean hand- kerchieff' "Doc" Correll shouting at Milton Smith during Economics class: "Say, Mr. Smith! Why can't you pay attention to what is being said? If you want to carry on a conversation with Miss Cook, why d0n't you get a date with her?" Fat: 'Tm game! I'll go if you'll ask her." N -J Goshen's Business Progress has for nearly Three Quarters of a Century been a determining factor in the development of the facili- ties and services of the Salem Bank and Trust Com- pany. This institution aims always to keep pace with this community's growth, aiding business houses and individuals to make the most of Goshen's position as the trading and financial center of this district. Salem Bank EG? Trust Company Goshen V i 1 5 Compliment of YOUPJNLBS8A1'f ' 0 - 9 A1'4,JNAL C EPf4.R7l' .RBI Headquarters for Young Men and W0men's Wearing Apparel The Milestones of Life Indel- ibly Marked by Photographs n Photographs Whisk you back through the years: They keep fresh always the memory of life's triumphs and joys. Whenever the big moments of YOUR lifetime occur, visit the family photogra- pher! Mark life's milestones forever! Photographs Live Forever THE SCHNABEL STUDIO Paul Horsch was indicted for stealing three bottles of pop from the Freshmen, October 2. Next morning the class rallied around the fountain to Watch the hero take a bath. Orrin Smucker: "Elam! Give me the name of a great Jewish fighter?" 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