Huntington College - Mnemosyne Yearbook (Huntington, IN)

 - Class of 1943

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successful Spring Festival climaxed by the crowning of Virginia Williams as Queen. 24-Radio announcers could get some pointers on making spicy announce- ments from Rita. 26-Dale Pence was elected Student Union President for 1943-44. 29-Spring is come! Buds, leaves, flowers and love is come, too. Milton Lind- berg represented the Chicago Hebrew Mission in chapel. 30-The Juniors show a lack of original- ity by skipping. 31--Mr. Sukman presented his Huntington Township Band in a chapel program. APRIL I -All Fool's Day. Uust today?D Mrs. Herman Gooclin presented an Ameri- can Hag to the college in memory of the late Mr. Herman Goodin. 2 -The Theological Department was in charge of chapel. 5 -Art students are dashing between the studio "2-Hights-up" and the gym pre- pairing for the Concour's grand Opeli- ing. 6 --Rev. C. E.. Carlson spoke in chapel. 7 -Paul sees Rachael, again. 3 -Becker and Brindle went sight-seeing in lover's lane. 9 --Zeta sounded it's gavel in chapel. Coach Howard wonders "where is there a man who never broke a law?" 12-Could their be any Senior wondering if he is going to get everything done by commencement. I3-Rev. A. B. Mclfain spoke in chapel. 14-The Meteorology Class is still looking for a sunny clay. I5-What can you do when it snows on Campus Day. I6--lnaugration of the new Student Union President, Dale Pence-one well de- serving of the honor. I9-The Seniors have a class meeting. 20-Juniors and Seniors trot down to the hotel for a nice inexpensive meal, while the Seniors are "receptionized." 21-Campus Day. Was11't it? 22-Dr. Demaray opens his Creek book. 23-GO0Cl. Friday vacation. 26--Senior lnvestiture. 27-WC burn the midnight oil. 28-Exams 29-Ditto 30-Ditto MAY 1 -Dr. Truman Yuncker of DePau Uni- versity was speaker at the Carden Day exercises. Alumnus gathered in the evening for the annual banquet. 2 -Baccalaurate Services at the College Park Church with Bishop Ezra M. Funk delivering the address. 3 -Commencement Day! Diplomas and anxious Seniors seen on the campus. 77

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13--"Were it not for a man's faults he might live and die without ever hearing his name mentioned." IQ--Hi, Carter! Becker is seeing Brindle. 20--JUSI luck that Manchester beat us 59- 57. We really had them worried. P"-Washington Banquet. Margaret Row- den, Ev Collett, 'Lois Ziegler, Coloma Leitner, Blondie's Big Ben, and other celebrities were here for the occasion. 23-The day after -the Washington Banquet. '14-Rev. Virgil Harris spoke in chapel. 25--Juniors and the rest of us bid "au re- voir" to Doid Rabb, Bob Rathfon, and Bill Warner who leave for the sunny south and Uncle Sam. 26-Zeta members spent the evening ad- 2 miring their baby pictures. Mildred Rawley and Mrs. Bergall seem to have changed the least. S--No man has become a faiilure without his own consent. MARCH 1 -Coach talked on "love" in Sociology. 3 ting- Rachael and Paul Allen are in the first stages. -A very appetizing program by Loew's frat! l Barber Birdsall showed his skill and Schumm did a toe nail cut- ice cream eating specialty. 4 -Big skating party. Everybody is put- ting their blood in the bank for the Red Cross. H. Cfs a grand place to be. 7 -"A situation not frankly faced has a habit of stabbing us in the back." 9 -Honor students honored in chapel. 10--H. S. band played in chapel-and the band played on. The moron was seen in the botanical garden hunting for a defense plant. Il-Cot your ticket? Athletic banquet coming up. I2-ul present to you the Foresters, short on height"-Coach Howard. Dale and Doid received 3rd year sweaters. Boag, Sam, Rusty, and Dick were awarded Zlld year charms. Harwood, clark, and Hanauer received Ist year major Barker and Becker received letters, Zurcher a student mgr. letters. minor letter, and Giny, johnny, and Ferne cheer leader letters. 15-Short course. Becker is still seeing Brindle. 16-She liked tall things- High heels, Sunflowers And slender sky-bound trees. She succumbed to the force of gravity And married A gentleman Of circular rotundity. I6-Are the juniors wondering who will be Queen of Spring? I7-Loew's Frat appeared in their true col- lors today. St. Patrick is quite an in- fluence, isn't he? ls--Paul Graham, ,4l, the husband of Hazel Park Graham, '42, spoke in chapel. 19-A pitcher of water, speeches, cam- paign managers-and pretty coeds- all doing their best to out do Miss Paula Harwood. 22-Gipsy Day! CAII Bum's please noticej 23-Ed "enthused" is chapel on army life. The Juniors sponsored the successfully 76

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HUNTINGTON COLLEGE HUNTINGTON, INDIANA fSuccessor to l-lartsville 'Col'ege, founded in 19505 "WHERE CHARACTER AND CULTURE BLEND" 1897 1943 P 'lihis Christian College Offers Courses Leading to AB. f'-- A BS. AB. in Chemistry -- Th. B.- B. D. Degrees A two-year Commercial Course Leading to a Diploma Two year courses leading to a diploma are offered in Bible, Commerce, Industrial Chemistry, lndus- trial Mechanics, Industrial Electricity, Aeronautics, Radio, and Agriculture. SUMMER SCHOOL First session-May .t to June 25 Second session-June 28 to August 20 Fall semester opens September I For Information Address the President, l'luntington College, Huntington, Indiana

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