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Page 39 text:
Alpha Beta Chi
President ...... .....
Vice President . . . . .
Secretary ..... . . .
Sergeant-at-arms . . . .
Beta Chi organized in ICj.tO, for the
purpose of creating a greater public in-
terest in H. C., has completed its third suc-
Speakers and lecturers met with the
club at various regular meetings. Future
problems of college men held prominence
as the main topic of discussions.
Due to existing conditions, the yearly
project, which had been the aim of the
. Samuel Pierson
organization upon its formation, was drop-
Names for membership were voted on
at the first of the year and according to
constitutional requirements the membership
is limited to only a small number.
The uncertainty of college participa-
tion for men and the absence of several
caused Beta Chi to disbancl "for the dura-
tion" during the latter part of the second
Page 38 text:
President ...... ...... ....... . . . Frank Engle
Vice President .... ......... D ale Pence
Secretary ..... . . . Riva June Williams
Treasurer .. .. Bolo Diiienbaugh
.ln this free land of ours it is the de-
sire of youth to have an opportunity to ex-
press and exert itself in influencing those
things that go to make up the activities of
life in which they live, an opportunity to
think for themselves and to put those
thoughts into some type of action.
Huntington College gives every stu-
dent an opportunity to do this very thing
under the guidance of the Student Union.
This organization is directed by a president
who is elected at the close of his Junior
year, taking office on Commencement Day
and holding office until the following com-
The Student Union president is also
president of the Student Council, whose
membership is made up of the president
and four representatives of the Senior
Class, the president and three representa-
tives of the Junior Class, the president and
two representatives of the Sophomore Class
and the president and one representative of
the Freshman Class. The Faculty advisor
for this group is appointed by the College
The meimherstof the Council and of
the Union as a whole showed a very out-
standing spirit of cooperation and unity
throughout this year. While this organ-
ization carries a great influence over all
student organizations, it sponsored this year
as college wide features, the skating parties,
ticket selling contests, Washington Ban-
quet, purchase and maintenance of a Ser-
vice Honor Roll, and the Friday morning
Chapel program. ,
Page 40 text:
The Alumni Association of Hunting-
ton College had its beginning in the year
IQOO. Few permanent contributions, how-
ever, were made by the organization in its
formative years. The first to gain recog-
nition was the purchasing of numerous vol-
umns for the library, followed by the furn-
ishing of a hardwood floor for the remodel-
Two contributions which will be car-
ried forward for many years to come are
the News Letter and the Permanent Fund.
The News Letter was started in 1936 and
was published four times a year. ln 1940
it became a monthly letter and money was
raised to finance a student secretary which
would assist Dr. Loew in its publication.
The Permanent Fund, built by personal
contributions, is at present used as a tu-
ition loan for students who would other-
wise not be able to attend Huntington Col-
lege. The fund has now reached the thir-
teen hundred mark.
The Alumni Association with over six
hundred members has just started on the
road to success. The officers have many
worth while plans in mind which will be
of great benefit to the school. If ever you
come back and see a new building added
to the campus and on the outside are the
words "Huntington College Library" you
will know that the Alumni Association has
accomplished another one of its dreams.
T h e officers- o f t h e Association
are F r e d A. 3 s
Loew, '02, Pres-
ident: Galen Col-
clessor, '38, Vice
S w a l e s, '20,
Treasurerg a n d
F e r n e Brindle,
'46, Office Sec- L i
retary. Dr- Loew
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