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Bark Row: Prof. Tim Rieman, Carl Showalter, Prof. Claude XVolfc. Paula Sheller,
Jack Jarrett, Wforth George
Front Row: Garnet Hyde, Miriam Royer, Eli Netzley, Paul Burkholder, Howard
Hcrshbcrger, Sue W'eaver
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The leader of all religious activities on campus, the Manchester
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Christian Association, affords religious opportunities for everyone on
campus during the week as Well as on Sunday. Its specific duties are
to help stimulate and coordinate existing religious functions, to super-
vise special activities, such as retreats, and conferences, and to meet
needs not otherwise provided.
Membership is open to all college students contributing time, talent,
and resources to religious activities.
A cabinet, chosen by the college community, carries out the admin-
istrative functions of the association and brings under one head the
efforts of the various sub-groups. Paul Burkholder serves as president,
with Eli Netzley as vice-president, Howard Hershberger, treasurer,
Mim Royer, secretary, and Prof. T. XVayne Rieman, faculty advisor.
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Featured speaker for Religious Emphasis Week was
the Reverend Bob Sherfy, pastor of the First Church
of the Brethren in Harrisonburg, Virginia. He is a
graduate of Bridgewater College, sister collegelof
Manchester, and received his B.D. degree from Beth-
any Biblical Seminary in Chicago.
"Your Life Is Not Your Own" was used as the
theme and spotlighted throughout the week activities
concerned mainly with one doing as he pleases since
he owned his own life. Reverend Sherfy presented 11
number of inspirational messages, and then closed
the week with a special dedication service.
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As the name suggests, this organization is for the
fellowship of those students who are interested in
the needs of missions and the possibilties of becoming
missionaries. An important phase of the group's
activity is acquiring information about missions,
both home and abroad. The club also has sponsored
several deputation teams.
Burl: Row: Byron Swayer, Phil Myers, Bob Burns
llivayne Yost, Tom Connelly
Sriuuil Run: Gary Tisor, Howard Hersliberger,
liarbara NVinkler. Don Srocksdale
ilvflllal Rnu: Mrs. Lulu Netvley, Joyce Naragim,
Shirley Ford, Martha Miller, john Fox
lfruut Row: Alta Ritchey, Gwen Bard, Dorothy
Roth, Doris Hall, Mary Lou Smith, Ciloria Andere
Burk Raw: Dave McConnell, Dale Rummel
Srrunil Row: Ray Swihart, Gladden Schrock, Giff
Ammerman. Merle Rummel, Rev. Orrin Manifold
Tliirif Row: Don Stocksdale. Bob Lenker, Barry
Deardroif, Marion Perry, Curt Weddle
Ifruui Rolf: Rebecca Shanlxster, jean Driver, Char-
lotte Nichols. Arlene Saggars, Arlene XVoIf, Irma
Established for those interested in part or full-
time church vocations is the Ministry Fellowship.
The club helps to acquaint its members with the
current problems of the church and aids them in
developing their spiritual lives. This is accomplished
through outside speakers, discussions, worship pro-
grams, and singing and recreation. Merle Rummel
was president with Irma Gall, vice-president, Arlene
Wfolf, secretary-treasurer, and Rev. Orrin Manifold,
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