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When we think of the graduates of Huntington College, we do not
think of the celebrities of Hollywood. nor the men and women who are ap-
plauded from the front page headlines of our metropolitan daily news-
papers. We look for the Alumni members of Huntington College among the
more vital walks of life. They are found in the various professions which
give stability to life.
Let us note the members of the graduating class of 1931. The seven
members of the class are found actively engaged as follows: Martha Bard
is serving her first term as a missionary in Sierra Leone, West Africa,
Mary and Irene Bergdall are teaching school in Illinois. Norman Brechbill,
Benjamin Davis and Ernest Gingerich are ministers in the United Brethren
Church in Virginia, Michigan and Ontario, Canada, respectively. Margaret
Cook has been doinng more studying and making better preparation in
H. C. and some extension work from Indiana University.
The account of other classes which graduated from Huntington College
would read the same in essence as that of this class of 1931.
The members of the Alumni association who have entered the ministry
total more than sixty. Of this number about forty are working in the
United Brethren church, with the other twenty in various other denomina-
tions. Some of the largest and most progressive churches of our denomina-
tion are being served by ministers who are members qf the Alumni as-
sociation of H. C. Rev. and Mrs. Clyde Meadows are located at Chambers-
burg, Pa., where they are sponsoring a building program which is a chal-
lenge to all. The church at Kitchener, Ontario, Canada is progressing under
the leadership of Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Becker. Many other Alumni mem-
bers have forvvard looking churches under their supervision.
At the present time there are two members serving as missionaries
on the African Mission field, in Sierra Leone, West Africa. Charles A. E.
Saufley is serving his second term, with only a six months furlough during
which time he studied medicine in England. Miss Martha Anna Bard is
now serving her first term, and during the absence of Mrs. G. A. Fleming,
is matron of the girls' school at Bonthe.
Three other members are engaged in missionary activity in China.
Rev. Stanton S. Lautenschlager and Rev. and Mrs. Roy S. Lautenschlager
are teaching in various Christian colleges in China.
Probably one of the most renowned mthods of judging the success of
prominent men and women in the United States is based on the appearance
of their names in "Who's Who in America." If we use this criterion, we
find that Huntington College is represented by three educators, Harold C.
Mason, Clarence A. Mummart, and Chester A. Phillips. There are others
whose names appear in the publication who have received advanced or
honorary degrees from the institution.
-J. R. P.
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