Huntington College - Mnemosyne Yearbook (Huntington, IN)

 - Class of 1939

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N797 SENIORS-Aft and F oreward Since no one will read this, except perhaps a Senior or two looking for his or her name, I have cmd take great liberty. Within the history of the senior, of course, came the usual school activities -his classes and experiences. However, we wish to discuss that finished product, the Senior. As is the universal case, the class began with many cmd ends with few, relatively and numerically speaking. We have been reduced in numbers by one-half. You say, "Ah! 'Tis too bad." But no, in quality our ranks are increased ten-fold. We were so much unprocessed iron ore. The refining has been hard: great heat, much pounding, some segregating of alloy has made us few only in number, but the richer product. History is the past with a present. He has leamed that to achieve he must strive. Drive and intensity are the traits to achievement. In the study hall, in the classroom, on the basketball floor he B marked by his drive. Achieve to what end? It is that the product might be an instrument fit for service. He has achieved to serve. Now he must serve to achieve. He has leamed more fully of another possession of his very own. Some call it personality. Let us call it his individuality, his sincere self, the radius of his influence. Many a hidden asset has been unearthed. All this is to be to the betterment of the channel through which he is to make his contribution. Then the history of the past has a future. The refining has made the senior a richer product. Ah! Yet we must remember an untried tool. We have weathered the storm of making. Can we master the storm of breaking? Many a once useful tool has found the ill-fated way to the scrap heap. We are again to begin another process. A process of breaking-a process in which many begin, and in which many are broken. Can he stand the weight of misunderstanding? The strain of underestimation? Can he drive forward in the absence of laud and shall only his tombstone bear marks of praise? Or, can he succeed when the world hails his success, or will he miss his mark midst the shower of conflict? Will his soul bear the same marks of distinction as his acts? The history of the Senior is that he was ever a learner. Will it be he was ever a leamer? I. R. W. I - H'0-MW

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M. SCHOENHALS. A. B. Instructor in Piano IRA GERIG Instructor in Piano I. E. MCMULLAN. A. M., Ph. M., Ph. D. Professor Emeritus FERN GALLAGHER Bookkeeper Y P 5 9 up 1 , .A, ,. L. A. MIDDAUGH Supt. of Buildings and Grounds f, fu- 777 MRS. W. V. CLIPP. R. N. College Nurse Instructor in Physical Ed. for Women CWithout Picturel L. W. ELLERBROOK. B. S. in Ed., A. M L Assistant to the President I 7 WV' M ,J CLARENCE E. CARLSON Pastor oi College Park Church 1 1



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LYLE COOK. A. B. Q North Star, Michigan "Biological Science"--"Cookie" Mnemosyne Stull. 39: Y. M. C. A., '38-'39: Philo, '37-'39: Philo President, '39: Class Vice-President, '39: Choir. '36-'39: Quartet. '36-'39: Pres. Soc. Club. '37: Basketball. '36-'39: Base- ball. '37A'39: Tennis. '35-'39. 4:11.41 7 .UV -If I ,ff Ju. J , 1 ' , X, V X jf JV 731 . V' u Mmvm 1. Bunrmoinsn. A.B. in Theo. f3 i Rohrersville. Md. "Biblical Languages cmd Literature"-"Burkey" Mnemosyne Ed., '39: Mnemosyne Staff, '3B: Volunteers 36339: Y. M. C. A., Pres., '38: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '39: Philo '35-'39: St. Union Pres., '39, Student Council, '38: Debate Team: '37-'39: Who's Who, '38-'39: Pres. of Class, '38, -7 ' . U Q 14-1. ,lJ1-.A,4,--'rin 1 1 Ulf. lu A ,G,u,l-Q. K mx L i . QW DON DAVENPORT, B. s. .3 7 Hillsdale, Mich. "Biology"-"Couch" Y. M. C. A.. '36-'39: Philo, '38-'39: Basketball, '36: Base- ball, '37-'39. ' . -9 A-Leo' ' , v I EALQION' : . l

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