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COLLEBIATE FRESBYTEHIAN The Westminster Student Fellowship of the Collegiate Presbyterian Church is one of fifty-two Presbyterian student centers located at state colleges and universities throughout the United States and maintained by the Presbyterian Board of Christian Education. The Iowa State student center has played an important part in the work of the Ames church since its organization in 1911. Not only has the group sought to provide a church home for the hundreds of Presbyterian students who come to Iowa State College each year, but it has also sought to train these young men and women to be responsible church leaders when they take their places in the world. Dr. Walter Barlow, pastor of the Collegiate Presbyterian Church, is the director of the student center and is ably assisted by Miss Janet MacKenzie. President of the student council is Russell L. Sawyer. Other officers are Miriam Eller, vice-presi- dent; Lila Hood, secretary; Maurice Gormly, treasurer; and Prof. L. ]. Murphy, advisor. The entire program of student activities, both religious and social, is planned by the student council and carried out by the Back row: Miller, Anderson, Knock, Sutherland, Elliott. Front row: Hendrickson, Hood, Gormly, Prof. Murphy, Sawyer, Eller. Student committees under the general guidance of the pastor and his assistant. Official boards of the church have from the first been open to students who serve with local church members as elders, deacons and deaconesses. Students also gain valuable experi- ence by teaching Sunday School classes, ushering at church services and singing in the choir. Students serving on official church boards: Elders: Robert Buck, John Gibbs, Walter Gormly, Norton Ives, Joseph Knock, Theodore Millen, Russell Sawyer and John Woodworth. Deacons: Donald E. Anderson, Maurice Gormly, Norman Miller, Richard Percy, Keith Chandler, Lloyd Boxwell, Merle Rowles and Lewis Morris. Deaconesses: Frances Bennett, Doris Braden, Myrtle Campbell, Mary E. Hall, Ruth Hendrickson, Lila Hood, Margaret Jeffries, Celia Miller, Ruth Nesler, Caroline Palmer, Velma Sorenson, Eloise Sutherland, Bonnie Thompson, Thelma Trepp and Georgina Vaniman. The fine work carried on by the above group is entirely indicative of the true church spirit that exists throughout the campus. They give their time and effort that others may share with them in the joy of true fellowship and good character.
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ROGER WILLIAMS Theta Epsilon, a national sorority for Baptist preference girls, was organized for the purpose of training college women for active leadership in the church. One of eight chapters throughout the country, Gamma chapter was established at Iowa State College in 1927. While in college, members of Theta Epsilon cooperate as individuals and as a group with the Roger Williams Club and the local church. Delegates are sent to the national conventions which are held biennially at the various colleges where chapters have been organized. The 1939 meeting was held in April with Purdue University acting as host. Roger Williams Fireplace Top row: Smith, Gray, Schade, Good, Garrels, Salmons, Clocker, Pangborn. Second row: Sherwood, Larsen, Bauman, Raak, Moehn, McCrory, Pearson, Humphrey. Front row: Farran, Merriam, Hartman, Campbell, Losure, Mrs. Gamble, Shakespeare, Altenbernd. Roger Williams House Officers of the local chapter are: president, Ruth Losure; vice-president, Jeanne Campbell; social chairman, Elene Raak; secretary, Jean Hartman; treasurer, Helen Mer- riam; and program chairman, Mary Shakespeare. Other active members are Margaret Altenbernd, Lucille Baumann, Evelyn Carlson, Eleanor Cheney, Lorraine Clocker, Grace Farran, Charlene Garrels, Ruth Good, Beulah Gray, Catherine Humphrey, Delphine Kinnear, Dorothy Kinnear, Norma Larson, Josephine McCrory, Beryle Moehn, Betty Pangborn, Elinor Pearson, Joyce Ann Salmons, Marjorie Schade, Ruth Ann Shaw, Margaret Sherwood, Elsie Smith and Luetta Taylor. 
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Frisbie Fellowship, the Congregational student center on the campus, is for the benefit of young men and women of the college. The religious and social activities of the organization are open to all students in the college and the aim of the group is to maintain an active church affiliation for its members. The religious life is provided for in Sunday morning Bible Forums, led by Professor Jean Hempstead, and through Sunday evening fellowship discussions. Transportation facilities to the downtown church make it pos- sible for fellowship members to attend the services there. Friday and Saturday night firesides and parties keep active the social life. The group is governed by a cabinet of ten students with an advisory board of faculty and the Congregational pastor, the Reverend Arthur McLaughlin. A party held the first Saturday night in each fall quarter to welcome all of the new students, a party held the second Saturday night to welcome all the old students and scheduled parties held every two weeks throughout the year are traditional at the Frisbie House and each June a farewell service is held for all graduating seniors. FRISBIE HOUSE 1 . " • il i • m H ii»iiiikf iM. ' Kf! P|W||N al 1 t ■ ' M fTsVTS T 1 1 W " B " 1 Fellowship Key members: Robert Aylesworth, George Brown, Jane Darger, Merrill Edmunds, Genevieve Findlay, Carroll Fruth, Pauline Hall, John Hoerner, Helen Moreland, Caroline Nuckolls, Louise Nuckolls, George Plasterer, Cameron Stafford, Lois Swain, Robert Swatosh, Virginia Van Camp, Ruth Warye and Dale Williams. Advisory board: Mr. and Mrs. Jean C. Hempstead, Miss Fern Goulding, Miss Gertrude Herr, Mr. Arthur Anderson, Mr. A. D. Oderkirk. Officers: George Brown, president; Virginia Van Camp, vice- president; Merrill Edmunds, treasurer; Cameron Stafford, secre- tary; Jane Darger, devotional chairman; Caroline Nuckolls and Louise Nuckolls, social chairmen; Carroll Fruth, publicity; Paul- ine Hall, social hour chairman; and Dale Williams, Interchurch Council representative. A Christmas breakfast is held the last Sunday morning of the fall quarter at which time the male members of the group prepare the breakfast and the women plan the program. At the Easter breakfast held during spring quarter the order is reversed back to normal and the breakfast is prepared by the women while the men plan a suitable service. Guests at both of these occasions are the members of the advisory board and the pastor and his wife. Standing: Plasterer, L. Nuckolls, Edmunds, C. Nuckolls, Davis, Mineit, Stafford, Adamson, D. Williams, Brown, A. Williams, Spencer, Moreland, Nelson, Fruth, M. Wallace, J. Wallace. Seated: Hoerner, Hempstead, Boeye, Darger, Mrs. Hempstead, Mrs. Dana, Van Camp, Hall, Findlay, Royden, Florine. 
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